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ZZ f - "SfHl f f - - "" ' ' - 1 " f: MR. T. DORWIN. . M If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the plow of per fect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to directions, and take no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs; they poison the .' body and depress the heart, while .Duffy s : Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens : the heart action and purifies the entire system. It is a food already digested. It is the only whiskey recognized as a medicine, and contains no fusel oil. This is a guaran tee. Dufis Pure Malt Whiskey has stood jevere test? for fifty years and has always been found absolutely pure and to contain "great medicinal properties. CAUTION. When you ask your druggist or srrocer tar Duffy' Pure Malt Whtekey ba aura yea get tha genuine. It'a the one abso lately pure medicinal whiskey and la sold Mly In scaled bottles never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on tha label, and make anre the seal over the cork ia unbroken. Price, SI. 00. Medical booklet and doctor's advice tree. Dully Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. V, What The Goat Ate. An old negro down In Georgia was told to take a poat to ttie express office, his '-gorUship" having been sold to a party at a n'virby station. The goat was placed in a lnx nnd a tag tied to the box, showing the point to which it was to be shipped. Upon Ij is arriv al at the express office, the agent ask ed the old negro to what point the goat was to be sent. The negro told the agent he would find the name of the place on the tag. Looking again the agent failed to find anything to indicate the destination of the box and its contents, and so Informed the old negro. Thinking the agent must be mistaken he replied, "Dar 'tis where de goat gwine, on de box." "No," answered the aeent, "you. ace mistaken, and there is nothing to show where to send the box." Finally, the old darkey made a thoroiiarh ex amination himself, and looking up, after convincing himself the tag was missing,' laifl, "Fa gawd, boss, dat goat done et up where he gwine." Open the boweis ana get the cold out of your system. Kennedy's Laxa tive Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at the same time allays the in flammation of the mucuous mem branes. Contains Honey and Tar. Drives out the cold and stops the ough. Absolutely free from any opiates. Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Pleasant to take. Sold by w. w. gibsott. Aiie boring Hill jsew Era has pre pared a number of helpful ."Don'ts," among which are these: Don't ask the editor to publish a list of wedding gifts. Don't add to the terrors of death by tacking stanzas of doggerel to a death notice. Don't lug old clippings Into a newspaper office and tell the editor you have brought him 'some thing to fill up with. Take him a cab bage; he can fill up with that It is a mistake to use a violent cathartic to open the bowels. A gen tle movement will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious consequences later. De Witt's Little Early Risers are recom mended. " Sold by w. w. Gibson. ; Census bureau figures for five years ending With 1905 show an enormous expansion of the printing and publish ing industries. The cost of materials - used in the making of newspapers and periodicals increased 920,000,000 in five years, the value of the paper alone jumping from 37,823,829 to $58,966,258. Tke total number of publications in creased from 18,226 to 21.400. The number of dailies jumped from 2,226 to 2,445 with a circulation of 19,624,275 for week days and a Sunday circulation of 11.539,521 copies. The number of weeklies increased from I2,979, with m circulation of 39,852,052, to 15,040, with a drop in circulation to 36,733,597. The monthlies jumped from 1817 in 1900, with a circulation or over 39,000, 000, to 2,500, with 62,776,155 circula tion. - ,; the Kansas legislature. For the news of the coming session of the Kansas legislature, as well as all othnews, subscribe for The Topkka Dailey State Journal. 100 days for $1.00. Send iu your sub scription at once. Address: Topeka State Jovrsal, Tope k a Kansas. If fc (33 Mr. T. m.. porwin, a prominent Syracuse, Duffy's citizen of N. Y., says Pure; Malt Whiskey is the best tonic of the age and trusts that it will help others as it has helped him." I now comply with your request and send photo. I have taken your Malt Whiskey and consider it one of the best tonics of the age. As it has helped me I trust it will help others and highly recommend its use to my many friends-" X. M. DORWIN, 101 Woodland Ave., Syracuse, N. Y., July 2nd, 1906. uffy's Pure alt Whiskey Corn Stalk Disease. Cornstalk disease is the name given to a peculiar affection of cattle which they contract while feeding in corn stalk fields in the late fall and early winter. The disease is peculiar in that many animals may have died before the owner has even suspected its presence. As Moore states, cattle that net perfectly well at night are dead on the following morning. The definite cause of this disease has not been determined. The rapid course of this disease usually results in the death of the animal before one is able to detect its presence, however in some cases the sick have been observed very carefully. Moore states that one owner found a steer down and unable to rise. Its head was extended, rest ing on the ground and moving con tinually from side to side; this was kept up for several hours when he died. In some instances the animal will get down on his knees,' lay his head on the ground, froth at the mouth, and groan and die within two or three hours. Other animals will simply appear dull, show great weak ness, walk with a peculiar jerky movement of the hind legs and in a short time fall and seem to be in great distress. A large number of the veterin arians report that the organs of cat tle dying of cornstalk disease are normal in appearance Moore. How ever hemorrhages of the heart have been observed beneath the pleura and under the capsule of the liver. As to medicinal treatment, very little can be done as the animals are usual ly so short lived after contracting the affection that ' they die before any mediciue could be of benefit. Dr. C L. Barnes, in Mail and Breeze. K GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c Baker will pay 6 cents per pound for good hides until further notice. "The good die young. "What makes you think so? "You ,have passed middle haven't you?" x age Then tell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how it cured your hard cough. Tell him why you always keep it in the house. Tell him to ask his doctor about if. Doc tors use a grcst deal cf it for throat and lung troubles. I bad a trriU!e coM n,l cwsrh and waa threittene4l with ii,M-nmri. 1 inert Ayer'a Cherrr l'ectomi aixi it ev m,niick and per fect relief. It nrtiiilv a iumi wondeifnl tomb mrtteiM."- KK.M - 8ITXAI. Shmuc Kulls, S. Dat. - KaAeJ.C Ayw Co.. Lowoll. mLmmm. n 9 S4KSaP42SL1A I iters "US. saw One o hasten r.M.:n. w riC-. Have Yotfl a Friend? THE HOMES OF KANSAS- The cabin homes of Kansas! - How modestly theystood Along the sunny hillsides, , Or nestled in the wood, They sheltered men and wowen, Brave-hearted pioneers, Each one became a landmark Of Freedom's trial years. " The sod homes of Kansas! x Though built of Mother Earth", Within their walls so humble, Are souls of sterline worth. Though poverty and struggle, May be the builder's lot The sod house is a castle Where failuresnter not. , The dugout homes of Kansas! The lowliest of all, They hold the homestead title As firm as marble hall. These dweellers in the caverns, Beneath the storms and snows, Shall make the desert places "to blossom as the rose. The splendid homes of Kansas! , How proudly now they stand, - Amib the fields and orchards All o'er the srailinti land, They rose up where the cabins . Opce markeq the virgin soil, And are the fitting emblems . Of patient years of toil. God bless elie homes of Kansas! From poorest to the best. The cabin of the border. The sod house of the west; The dugout low and lonely, The mansion, grand and great, The hands that laid the hearthstone Have built a mighty state. -Sol Miller. , Bill the Convert. Now that the revival meeting has started( we can tell them of ene con vert they are going to land. It never fails, and it has been tried a good many years Here, we rerer to our friend, Old Bill Shiftless. .Bill is ust as sure to get religion at every union revival meeting held in town as the sun is to rise tomorrow morn- ng. Old Bill never starts until the meeting has gotten under good head way. Then he will labor under deep conviction for about three nights, in the meantime asking the brothers and sisters to pray for him, and then he will blossom forth in all his sancti fied regeneration and purity. Bill's religion lasts about as long as the meetings sometimes a week longer. But he will be in and occupy a front seat every night. In the meantime his wife has to get up in the morning and build the fire and milk the cows. Mrs. Shiftless never gets converted. She seldom has time to go to church and can never get to a revival because Bill is so fervent at that time that he forgets to -do any of the chores. When Bill comes home singing Jesus Paid It All" arid says, "Wife I have been saved by the blood of the lamb," she smiles weakly and says, 'I am glad to hear it." Poor woman. she has seen him get religion before and knows it won't last him any longer than a jug of Kansas City booze. Mrs. Shiftless is one of those patient, enduring women who will get their crown without going to a revival meeting to sign up for it Osborne Farmer. A man with a sprained ankle will use a crutch, rest the ankle and let it get well. A man or woman with an overworked stomach can't use a crutch, but the stomach must have rest just the same. It can be rested too without starvation. Kodol will doit. Kodol performs the digestive work of the tired stomach aad cor rects the digestiye apparatus. Kodol fully conforms to the provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Recommended and sold by w. w. GIBSON. Some Alfalfa Don'ts Geo. Purdy, a successful alfalfa grower of Kansas, gives the following don'ts to prospective experimenters with this useful plant: Don't sow acy "nusse" crop. Don't sow on freshly plowed land no matter how nicely prepared. Don't let weeds or grass get overnix inches high without clipping Don't Clio or mow when wet with rain or dew. Don't let it stand It turn ing yellow; cut it. Don't sow old seed. . Don't sow less than twanty-five lbs. per acre, one half each way Don't sow on land that will not raise 250 bushels ot potatoes to the acre. Don't sow twenty-five acres, sow five. Don't pasture it. Don't put any of the rotten manure anywhere but on your alfalfa bed Don't depend on "culture" cakes or soil from some distant field: Don't let water ever stand on it. Don't let it go if a thin stand; disk in more seed. Don't be arraid you will kill it. Don't replow the land; disk it. Don't wait for it to '-stool;" it ner er does. Don't try to cut hay until It- takes the field. Don't sow on any land not well un derdrained. There are two varieties. Farmers Advocate. Go to " the Hardman elevator bran and shorts. ' , for TOerfem ansaa TDorf A . ! Issued every Saturday, and entered Into the postoffice at Wa-Jveeney. Kansas, as second class mail matter. - Bfrtvottstieo March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, DEC. 291906. Onion Pacific Tine Table. Mountain TIme.l WIST BOtJND. No. 101 Fust Express Due.. 2:00 a. m. No. 103 Western Lm't... .Due.. 7:45 p.m. No. 153 Local Freight Rue.. 4:45 p. m. CAST BOCSD. No. 10 Eastern Lm't. .Cue.. 5:30a. m No. 102 Fast Express.. ...Due.. 10:53 p. m. No. 154 Local Freight..:. .Due.. 8:10 a ni. Tickets sold and baecane checked to all ooints in United States and Canada. E. E. Morse. Agent. The Mai! and Breeze says that the first white girl baby born within the limits of the present state of Kansas is now living in Kansas City. Her name is Mrs. Susan A. Dillon, and she is 5 years old. When she was porn, Kansas and Nebraska tiad not been thought of, and the land now known by those names was thought to. be but little better than an actual desert. Charles Scran ton, prosperous farm er, living on Walnut creek iu Rash county, raised this year from , three crops of alfalfa three crobs of bay which gave him ten tons of liar worth $7 per ton, or $70. He also threshed nine bushels of alfalfa seed worth $9 per bushel, or $81. This would make a total of $151 from those three aeres of alfalfa in one season, or a little better than $50 per acre. Mr. Scran ton is now seeding a sixty acre field of alfalfa. - . j TAKE A GOOD DAILY. The Topeka Capital on Trial Three Months Only 75 Cents- The Topeka Capital pub ishes a first-class daily. It has the largest circulation of any daily in Kansas and is one of the most popular newspapers in the West. It makes a specialty of reliable and complete market reports. It gives the news of . the whole world, including the full Associated Press reports as well as a complete special news service. The Capital has its own correspondent at Washington, Vnd prints more Kansas news than all other dailies combined. The regular subscription price is $4.00 per year, but the Capi tal is now making a special offer, good for a short time only, by which you can get it on trial three months, for only 75 cents. Send at once to Daily Capital, Topeka, Kansas. ' ' . NOTICE. Effective December 1, 1906, the charges to be made by the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany on less than carload shipments ' detained in its freight depot or on platform altar allowing forty-eight (48) hours, from the first 6 p. m., alter being unload. ea, will be as follows: (not in cluding Sundays or , legal holidays) 1 cent per 100 pounds or fraction thereof per day. Minimum charge on any ne consignment will be 25c. An extension of time will be made on . freight des tined" to . inland points, ac cording to distance from the stations. On freight destin ed to points, 5 to 10 miles from- the station the free time would be 5 days, 10 20 miles from station the free time would be 7 days. Yours, truly, - R. E. Moksk, , ' Agent. THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Vor all Goofftts and assists hi axpeliinf Colds from tbt sys tem Of ganxiy marina; im Boarais. a certain relief for croup and whooping-cough. Maarhr mil nlh.r cough oures are HfJi& I constipating. J23?ft especially thosV SX "-ZZ containing Opiates: r V k Kennedy's LajoUiT ya-a I Honey A Tar mores fr' KENNEDY'S il OOITTATJJISO . mrunumuKiuTonor , (X DaWTTT CO.. CHICAGO. U. . 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