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Viniah Indian. Reservation 1 President Roosevelt on July 15 signed the proclamation providing for the opening to homesteaders and to we site entry of the unallotted lands In the great Uintah Reservation In .Utah. The Reservation contains 2,445.000 acres, but the Military and Forestry Reserves and such Mineral lands as have to be withdrawn under existing laws will leave 1,069,000 acres avail able for entry. Registration for the land will com mence August 1st and close August 12th. Registration may be made at Grand Junction, Colo., and Vernal, Price and Provo, Utah. Prospective settlers may register at any one of these places from 9:00 a. m., Tuesday, August 1st, until 6:00 p. m., Saturday, August 12th. To obtain registration, each appli cant must appear at one of the regis tration places and show himself duly Qualified to make homestead entry Send postal for "Book of Presents " Send for KC right a- way. It's purer and more efficient than any Bak- I ing Powder that costs three times as much. 25 oz. for 25 c. All grocers Truths that Strike Home Your grocer is honest and if he cares to do so can tell you that he knows very little about the bulk coffee he sells you. How can he know, where it originally came from, v In each package - of HON COFFEE you get one full POUfld of Pure Coffee. Insist noon getting the genuine, (lion head on every package.) ( Save the lion-heads for valuable premiums.) . - SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. (Dross BaDD Is highly endorsed by housekeepers everywhere. It purifies, whitens, cleans and Preserves'- ttheCIothe Try it, and yon will always want it. Your grocer "will sell yon a large 2 -ounce package for only 5 cents. Remember the name. (PIIJESKO MONEY TILL CURH-3r7S, s JanaJsnnJ-DS.THORMTOtl Ml NOR -Km OAa at. KA1SA3 CJTY. Mo. ( W. N. U, KANSAS CITY, NO. 32, 1905. THEDAISY FIT KILLER tVS, yam " qlnlng-room. sleeping-room tnd plaefl when mes nvre Froume ome. Clean .newt. will not ol 1 or lu ll re avnyUilntr. rw them once. yon will never be MKiaut them. It B4 krept br demJ ers. fnt prepaid forll. Mmrl (16J acres) by written application to be made only on a blank form pro vided by the Commissioner of the General Land Office. Registration cannot be effected through the malls or by an agent, except in the case cf honorably discharged soldiers or saiiors, who may present their appli cations and due proofs of their Quali fications through a igent of their own selection, having a duly executed power of attorney, on a blank for that purpose provided by the Commis sioner. No person will be permitted to act as agent for more than one sol dier or sailor, and no one will be alloved to register more than once or in any other than his true name. The procedure necessary to secure lands in this greatest of government reservations is outlined in detail in a pamphlet just, issued by the Passen ger Department Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. Write to S. K. Hooper, Gen'l P. & T. A.. Denver, Colo. Do you know the secret of the Wave fS& Circle? Wonderful! on't delay. another day! agues Mfg. Co. Chicago how it was blended or Wltrt Wnat -or when roasted? If you buy your coffee loose by the pound, how can -you expect purity and uniform quality t LION COFFEE, the LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES. Is of necessity uniform in quality, -.strength and flavor. For OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE has been the standard coffee 1m millions of homes. LION COFFEE h.ny v at oar factor lea, -and until opened In your hone, fcaa no enanee of beina adul terated, or of comlna In contact with dost, dirt, genu, or andean bands. re id: bua Tmatlsk oa RicmJ saorrtcr AT.3T. SiSr Thompson's Ey Patar UDDER'S PASTILLES, relief for Sold by all lminrtats. or try mail. Sft rnl. BXOWBUjG(fc,Bfn. nharisesown. Haas CURES Hi.EC UJL list mis. I Couch bxripTTatH Oooa. UM m time. Pol a try iruniwu. mm i-i L SHORT KANSAS ITEMS Junction City will have a 500-barrel flour milL Wichita flour mills are to use oil for fuel. Io!a wants the state militia en campment. Strong City is having a big nat ural gas excitement. ' The Rock Island may make Her ington its operating 'headquarters. C. J. Devlin has left Topeka for Illinois and will go on to Europe. The government is to establish a tree nursery near Garden City, Kan. Wichita and Wellington are candi dates for the national guard encamp ment. The six women who smashed joints at Industry, near Abilene, have been arrested. The Iola Portland Cement plant will enlarge its capicity to 5,000 bar rels a day. John Blair, who was "The "Village Blacksmith' for forty years at Fort Scott, is dead. It transpires that the "Eastern man" who wanted an electric- light franchise in Ottawa lives in Lawrence. E. F. Murphy has been appointed assistant attorney general for Sher man county and will try to "bust" the joints. There have been only thirty-eight strikes in two years in Kansas, and most of them were settled by arbi tration. A. B. Canady, who shot and killed W. R. Brandenberg at Fort Scott for ruining his 16-year-old girl, will be released. Steele Cortelyou of'Muscotah, an em ploye of the Panama canal commis sion in Panama, died recently of yel low fever. The methodists have purchased a homestead in Topeka to establish a home for 'superannuated Methodist preachers. After Frank Jarrell resigned from the Topeka Capital the paper had to do something; so it reduced the length of its columns. Eldorado has begun suit against tha Missouri Pacific to compel that road to maintain repair shops and dlvisioa headquarters there. Complaint comes from Northwestern Kansas that .there has been scarcely enough wind "this summer to keep the windmills in practice. A syndicate headed by W. M. Leet of Great Bend has bought 16,000 acres of Santa Fe'land in New Mexico to sjart a Kansas colony. Judge Dana of Shawnee county has declared the law exempting the prop erty of secret fraternal orders from taxation constitutional. Warden E. B. Jewett of the state penitentiary will go into the brick making business at Niotaze after he retires from the prison. Taka Suda, said to be the only Jap anese telegraph operator in the United States, is employed in the Western Union office at Wichita. J. A. Laning, the evangelist who was arrested at Troy for making away with a promisory note, has been held for trial in the district court. v Mrs. John Peters of Wichita found her husband in a saloon and before a large and enthusiastic audience she gave him a good horsewhipping. - Alexander Garrett of near Derby, who hid his money in an accordion, is now playing a sad tune, because robbers discovered the hiding place. . The biggest sunflower liar is tread ing close on the heels of the man who raises whopper ears of corn. The whopper potato man is about due, also. Carr Taylor, attorney for the state railroad board, is making a bid for much laudation from Kansas papers by attacking the railroad rates on pa per. Mrs. William C. Cooper of Ottawa, whose 3-year-old daughter Helen was stolen away by her father, has been recovered by the mother in San Fran cisco. George Saylor, a foreman of the Floto, shows was found dead alongside the railroad track at Pleasanton and it is believed be was slugged and thrown from the train. The man found murdered and robbed near Silver Lake a few days ago. has been identified as William Winsor, a farmer of near Abilene. He was sup posed to have bad about $300. The opposition proposes - a contest of a recent school election in Dixon township, near Wellington,' Kan., be cause it was held on Saturday, when the Seventh Day Adventists could not vote. The Union Trust company of Pitts burg will finance the Chanute-Port Arthur pipe line, which ' will be 650 miles long and cost 17,000,000. There is a 10,000-barrel refinery at Port Arthur. . The work of disinterring the bodies in the Fort Hays military cemetery for reinterment in -the national ceme tery at Fort Leavenworth has begun. Many of the soldiers buried at Fort Hays died of cholera in 1863. Following the example of some farmers of Leavenworth county, a number of Shawnee county farmers have organized a .beef club. The farmers kill their own beeves and dis tribute the meat among themselves. Mr .and Mrs. T. W. Dill of Lincoln are the parents of twins. They have been married twenty years and have had twenty children, eleven of whom are living. When it comes to the real genuine article of ."effeteness" the east "ain't in it" with Kansas. The tough young sters at the state reform school are to be provided with pajamas, tooth brushes and nail files. By the foreman's strict 'economy In the matter of space and by crowding ont much of the reading matter, the Concordia Empire managed to squeeze the advertising in its special . edition last week into forty pages. The Speech the Feller Said. Uvea of umpires oft remind ua Of a speech a feller said. That there's other things more awful Than in jjest a being dead. "- Kansas City Drovers Telegram. . TYr. Dsvtd Kn!i Fmrlte Reraexly si adapted to both eeaes and ell asree. Cam KMrt.y .nd Liver complaint, end oxlnee the blood, tl tlMmffgl Blobbs I wonder why Wigwag's clothes never fit him. Slobbs He likes to give the impression that he gets them from London. - C36.00 per M. Lewis' "Single Binder," straight So cipar, costs the dealer some more than other 5c cigars, but the higher price enables this factorv to use higher grade tobacco. Lewis' Factory, Peoria, I1L The dread of the aged is that they shall soon be incapaciated for work; the dread of the young is that they shall soon have to work. tBK THE r-AMOTJS -.' Red Cross Ball Blue. Lonro x-ox. package 5 cents. The Boss Company, Sou .Si Bend, Ind. Wonderful Radium Clock. The radium clock of the Hon. J. R. Strutt is the most mysterious - and most efficient machine in existence, and the twelfth of a grain or radium that supplies the energy is estimated to be . sufficient for a. run of 10,000 years. The small glass containing tubc, having two aluminum leaves at tached to its lower end, is supported in an exhausted glass vessel. The positive cbharge, left behind after the "beta" rays are carried away, is passed on to the leaves, which separ ate until one of them touches the in closing glass, when the charge is con veyed to the earth and the leaf falls back again. This operation, repeated minute after minute, will contiuue so long as the machine lasts. By means of a coherer, such as is used in wire less telegraphy, the action can be made audible, and an electric bell made to sound at every discharge. Getting and Being. Some frivolous people - throw away valuable years in the vain endeavor to get into good society, says Uncle Hiram. Sensible people just keep on being there. Kansas City Drovers Telegram. Sound as a Dollar. Montlcello, Minn., Aug. 7th. Mr. J. W. Moore of this place stands as a liv ing proof of the fact that Bright's Dis ease, even in the last stages, may be perfectly and permanently cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills. Mr. Moore says: "In 1898 three reputable physicians after a careful examination told me that I would die with Pright's Disease- inside of a year. My feet and ankles and legs were badly swollen; I could hardly stand on my feet and had given up all hopes of getting cured when a traveling salesman told me that he himself had been cured of Bright's Disease two years before. "He said he had taken to his bed and expected to die with it, but that he had been cured by a remedy called Dodd's Kidney Pills. "I commenced taking them at once and I am thankful to. say that they saved my life. After a short treat ment I was completely restored to good health and I am now as sound as a dollar." The first attempt to ilustrate news was made in 1607. It depicted a flood In Monmouthshire, Eng. Warning to Housewives. The average consumer of baking powder docs not know that a reaction occurs iu the process of baking. When ever a chemical reaction takes place, the nature of the original materials is entirely changed, so that .the sub stances which remain in the food to be eaten are very different from those which composed the baking powder before baking. For this reason, the statement that a baking powder con tains alum or cream of tartar is worth less so far as informing the consumer as to what he eats. What the con sumer wants to know is what goes into his stomach, not what is. in the can. Food prepared with a cream of tartar baking powder does not contain any cream of tartar, just as food pre pared wilh alum baking powder is free from alum. In the case of the high-priced trust baking powders, this bread residue consists of Rochelle Salts, the active ingredient of Seidlitz Powders. That is, when food pre pared with these trust baking pow ders is eaten, the consumer is taking a dose of Seidlitz Powders. Rochelle Salts is a medicine and not a food, and this constant dosing will seriously derange the digestive organs. Prof. Wiley, clicmist of the vUnited States Departirect of Agriculture, has - de clared in ubttance that "A loaf, of bread made from a quart of flour leavened with cream of tartar baking powder contains 45 grains more of Rochelle Halts than is contained in one Seidlitz Powder. At a hearing before wtho Comiplttee on. Public Health of the Massachusetts Legisla tutc, cn a bill designed to prevent this wholesale dosing of the public, the fol lowing eminent Boston physicians tes tified against the healthfulness of Rochelle Salts, and strongly recom mended the passage of a law which would prohibit the sale of powders which left this dangerous drug in food: Dr. Hartung, Dr. C. O. Kepler, Dr. F. B. Foster, Dr. G. M. Palmer. - Why should the consumer pay forty five or fifty cents per pound for bak ing powder when the best baking pow der in the wcrld can be made to re tail at twenty-five cents per pound (the price asked for Calumet Baking Powder) and leavn a fair manufac turer's profit? The manufacturers of Calumet Baking Powder have for years made a standing offer of fl.000.00 for any substance injurious to health found in food prepared from It. Bread made from Calumet is en tirely free from Rochelle Salts, alum, lime or ammcsia a ivo'iarrc o?.seal DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS ThnimnfliWrtttnTPltiW.m T, Mima,, and SacetT Valuable Advtos Absolutely Confidential and Free There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicate, sensitive, refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain questions in regard to her private Ills, even when those questions are asked by her family physician, and many continue to suffer rather than submit to examinations which so many physi cians propose in order to intelligently treat the disease ; and this is the rea son why no many physicians fail to cure female disease. - This is also the reason why thousands upon thousands of women are corre sponding with Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn. Mass. To her they can confide every detail of their . illness, and from her great knowledge, obtained from years of experience in treating female Ills, Mrs. Pinkham can advise women more wisely than the local physician. Read how Mrs. Pinkham helped Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning, la. She writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: "I can truly say that you have saved my life, and I cannot express my gratitude in words. Before I wrote to you telling -you hovr I felt, I had doctored for over two years steady, and spent lots of money in medicines besides, but it all failed to do me any good. I had female trouble and would daily have faint ing spells, backache, bearing-down pains, and my monthly periods were very irregular and finally ceased. I wrote to vou for your ad vice and received a letter full of instructions just what to do, and also commenced to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I have been restored to perfect health. Had it not been for you I would have been in my grave to-day." Mountains of proof establish the fact that no medicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for restoring1 women's health. 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A person with Constipation and Stomach Trouble is always the first to succumb to Sun Stroke, Heat Debility and Prostration Cholera, Colic and Diarrhea are more fatal in Hot Weather because vitality is lower they are the direct result of Constipation. It is a mistake to suddenly check diarrhea, the danger is Blood Poison. A physic is also dangerous as it weakens the patient and reduces vitality. Treat the cause with Mull's Grape Tonic Constipation and its attending ills are caused by decaying or dying bowels and intestines Mull's Grape Tonic revives and strengthens the Bowels so that they are enabled to act naturally and eject the poison from the system, everybody should take it during hot - weather. - It wards off disease, builds up the system and. purifies the blood. Typhoid Fever and Appendicitis are unknown in families where Mull's FREE BOTTLE COUPON Bead this coupes with Tent- name aad address Moll's Grape Tenia, Stomach Tenia, Constipation Cure and Blood FnnJer, to , TOHIO CO., 148 Third Ave, Keek Island, 111. Give full address aad wiits plainly. The M.W bottle contains nearly three times the Mo. sua. At drug stares. . The genuine has a dAte and number stamped oa the label take as otaar To treat Pimples and Blackheads Red, Rough, Oily Complexions, gently smear the face with Cuti cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water, and -bathe freely, for some minutes. Repeat morning and evening. At other times use Cuticura Soap for bathing the face as often as agree able. No other Skin Soap so pure, so sweett so speedily effective. Cntteurm Sop combines delWate medietas and ami. H.nt properties derived from Cuticur. the s;reat S k La Cure, with the purest of clemosinir infrredients end th most refreshing of flower odors. Two 8sps in ooe si on prtes namely, s Medleinsl snd Toilet Soap (or Sdo. Potter Drug : Chem- Corp., Sole Prop.., Boston. SasViilsdrze,"liew to f reserre, furily, and BearrHf COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEBE. SAvnth Tfar under Mine Tr!ncltal. Located near the Stat University. Thorough and up-to-data courses In Gregg Shorthand, Touch Typewriting UooKKeeping, uututnerciiu lw, tuiKinKt rBQiuau ahtp, etc. Dormitory fur joung women ; rewwonal-l board and tuition. Our 60-page catalogue free. Write to-day to GEO. H. BE AS LEY, 1001 Cherry St., Columbia, Mo. dftJLfto rwner of Columbia Normal Academy located in tste same dtr. WHEN ANSWERING ADVERTISE MENTS PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPER. ' FOR WOMEN trmblad with ilia Decnliar to their a ex. used sis a douche; is mjLrvelously suc cessful. Thoroughly cleanses, kills disease perms, stops discharges, heals inflammation and local soreness. Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in pore water, and is far more cleansing, healing, eermirirtal ml economical than liquid antiseptics for ait TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES , For sale at druggists, 60 cents a box. Trial Box sad Book ot instructions Prae. The r. F-AXTOM com pant Boston. Mass H E S T E K ull'sGropeToniG (FREE) FOR Hot Weather Dangers CONSTIPATION STOMACH AND BOWEL TROUBLE Grape Tonic is employed. As a Stomach Tonic it is unequalled. SUFFERED ALL HIS LIFE. ' The endorsement of E. B. McCordy cf Troy, Ohio, proves that the severest forms of Constipation are promptly cured by Mull's Grape Tonic He says: I cave your -Tonic a thoroush trial. It is the only remedy that will cure constipation. I do not believe anyone snffered more therefrom than 1. as 1 bad been afflicted with it all my life. For days my bowels would sot act and then only by the use of stronc cathartics, that were fast mininc my health. My Stomach and Liver wera deranced and I snffered with inward piles, the pains of which would at times raise me off my chair. I spent much money with various doc tors and medicines to no avail. "Soon after I started Mull's Grape Tonic my bowels besan to move regularly the pain left me and my cenerai health built up rap idly. "1 heartily recommend it as an absolute care to which 1 am a living witness." Until Mull's Grape Tonic was put on the American market there was no cure for Constipation. Let us send you a bottle free to-day to show you that it will do all we claim. Good for Ailiag Childrei and Nursing Mothers. and your dructcist'e name, for a free bottl f rrom your arucgiar. .