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TQPEKA STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 14, 1900.
2 'SP0RTiN6IIEWS. The Brooklyn Suburban Handi cap of Saturday Istlie Next Big Event in the Racing Calendar. ETIIELBEIIT FAVORITE. Jean Beraud, Kilmarnock, Kin ley Mack aad llalfaello Are to Start and May Surprise the Belmont Colt. ter horse, if he was giving'her "lumps f weight. McCue handled him . in wretched style during that race, losing much ground at the first turn, so that with a good rider Kinley Mack Would have beater her several lengths. Bar- faello is an uncertain animal to relv upon, lie looKect to nave tne tsrooaiyn handicap won but JK.iniey juacic Deal him out easily. He is a horse that may run a good race, and again, when he looks to be a sure winner, will per form badly. John Bright will have a strong following if he Is sent on. DRANK TOGETHER. New Tork, June 14. Tha next big event on the racing calendar Is the Suburban Handicap, for three-year-olda and upward, which will be run at fcheepshead Bay on Saturday next, the cnenlnar dav of the Coney Island Jockey iub's meeting. A good day and a fast track are all that are needed to make the race one of the beat that have ever tuken nlane in this country. A good day means that the attend ance will be perhaps the largest ever pe-ri at an eastern race track, while a fat track means a small but select lield. which will insure no rough, riding. It can be safelv said that if the track ' la fast there will not be more than half a dozen starters, with allowances lor one or two more. The field that will irobablv snort silk for .he race will ba Berry Belmont's crack colt Ethelbert, winner of the Metropolitan Handicap nd the special race with Jean Beraud; Harness & Brossman's black whirlwind. Imp; W. C. Whitney's Jean Beraud and Kilmarnock ; Kastin & Larrabie's Kin ley Mack, winner of the Brooklyn Han dicap, and J. E. Madden's Approval. The other two that are said to be rrobable starters are E. P. Simms' The Kentuekian. which ran a mile at Mor ris Park in 1:39. and M. Murphy's Itaffaello. It is also said that the west ern horse, John Bright, which, in one of his wins at Louisville this spring, beat the world's record for a mile and a sixteenth, when he defeated Bangle and Batten, will run. He has never been seen in the fast, but those who have seen him perform in the west say that he is entitled to consideration, should his owners decide to send him on for the big event. Ethelbert, by his two victories this season, has demonstrated beyond a reasonable doubt that he is the best horse in training today and one of the best that have been racing in years. His presence in the race will keep many ownersfrom sending charges to the post. He will go to the post one of the biggest favorites that have ever started in this race, and racegoers in general do not see how he can be beaten. Next to him the Whitney pair are in demand. Although "Ethelbert defeated Jean Beraud with the greatest ease when they met in the special race at Graves end a week ago last Saturday, those who follow races very closely expect to see Jean Beraud' run a much better race, on Saturday. When Jean Beraud quit against Ethel bert at. the end of six furlongs . many of his greatest supporters gave him up and stated that he was a sprinter pure and .simp!. But he won them back again by his performance in the Brook dale Handicap, In which he came home the winner from Imp, after making all his own running. Kilmarnock. Mr. AVhitney's second string, is looked upon to furnish the surprise. of the race. In his few starts this season he has shown that a mile and a quarter will suit him to a dot. He has only 10 pounds to shoulder itv the big event, and this will make him a very dangerous horse. Kinley Mack, Kastin & Larrabie's representa- . tlve, will not lack for supporters in the big race. His best races have been run over the Sheepshead Bay track, and he Is looked upon as a dangerous factor, more so if the track should be soft. It Is not known, whether Approval is In shape again. Before ho met his accident while being worked for the Brooklyn handicap he had run a phe rmmenHl mile, and on this his owner, John Madden, made no secret of the fact that he thought his horse would be the winner. But Approval ran into the fence and had to be declared out of the Brooklyn. It cannot be seen where Imp has a chance In the big race, although she can be put down as a certain starter. In th race against Jean Beraud. in the Brookdale, the latter beat her after making all his own running, and with everything in her favor, as he was conceding her age and weight. She has been re turned a winner only once this season, in the 1'arkway handicap, and she was very lucky to win that. Kinley Mack, which she defeated, was much the bet- THE PEOPLE'S STORE. NEW MDEL : I Dry Goods Dept SPEglHL RATES A. EW.M0D' Tom Sharkey and Bob Eitzsimmons Had a Pleasant Chat. New Tork, June 14. Tom Sharkey nd Bob Fitzsimmons presented a novel sight on Broadway this afternoon. Thev strolled Into the Delavan house about 3 o'clock and drank to each oth er's health. Fitz had his left hand swathed in bandages. The ex-sailor asked Bob how he felt, and when the latter" replied ' Bully," Sharkey seemed apparently relieved. "I notice you have had a good deal Of hard luck lately," said Sharkey., "res," replied Ifitz, good-naturediy, "I have had enough to make a dozen men quit. But that is fate, you know, and it is no us to grumble." "Is vour hand getting better, and when do you expect to light again?" Tom inquired. Fitz answered that ha had hoped to be able to put on the gloves pretty goon, but could not say when. He thought it quite likely that he would be able to step into the ring about August, but not before then. "Will you promise me a match as soon as you are ready to scrap again?" Shai'key asked. - . Fitz replied that he was always pre nnred to meet any one. but thought that Ruhlin or Jeffries should receive the preference. "If, however," continued Bob, "you whip Ruhlin arid Jeffries does not face me I will certainly give you the first crack." Here the conversation turned to other topics and then the pair parted. Just as Fitz reached the door he was met by Gus Ruhlin,, who cordially greeted the Cornishman. MOSEY SAVEBS FOR I Payday and Saturday A V t DREYFUSS IN TROUBLE. Extra fine, full bleached long cloth 36 in. wide- loc, 18e- and 20c values Friday and Saturday, yd lOc Lonsdale bleached muslin 36 in. wide vHope" brand Friday and Sat urday, yd Ge IZha grades White "P. K." and White Dress Duck Friday and Saturday, yd 8c Fine sheer, book-fold white Dimity 20c is cheap for this cloth two pat terns Friday and Saturday, yd 8e loc, 18c. 20c qualities Fine printed Dimities Stripes, figures and solid colors new and stylish designs fast colorings Friday and Saturday, choice, yd.... 12o All wool French Challies were boc All new. and dainty, styles Friday and Saturday, yd 39e "Scotch Lawns" fast colors good A styles light and dark colorings X fancy and plain Friday and Saturday f yd 3C $ One lot light and medium color . ings Lawns and Challies Friday and Saturday, choice, yd 2V2O 4 4 FOR THE "Fan" Manager Finds His Pampered Players Anything but Grateful. Pittsburg, Pa., June 14. A shake-up in the Pittsburg team is promised. Presi dent Dreyfuss will invade the eastern league tomorrow in search of material. A telegram from Boston says Dreyfuss is due in Sorimrfield. Mass.. and that h will look at players all along the lino. Dreyfuss is fighting mad. The loss of Monday's game in New York provoked him into a declaration which set the boys thinking, Eitid he said they had played "rotten;" that they had put the game on a platter and forced New York to take it against her will. He also told them Something was about to drop. The news that Dreyfuss had' started in- search of new players causes uneasi ness among certain old players. In New York President Dreyfuss had announc ed that he would take the entire club to a theater that night If they won the game. They did not win, but Dreyfuss said the theater invitation held good: that the club would go from the theater to the train for Boston. The only play ers to accept the club president's invi tation were: Williams, Leach, O'Con nor, Zimmer and Leever. This has caus ed some little comment in Pittsburg. Four of the players who did not go with Dreyfuss to the theater almost missed the train at midnight. Pitcher Leever, the club's stand-by, left Boston today for his home, Goshen, where his sister is dying. WIXL PLAY WITH DETROIT. Santa Fe Excursionists Special Cuts for the Occasion. Ladies' ready-made white "P. K." Dress Skirts two rows of embroidery inserting (angle wave) all round box plait in back 13.00 is the value Friday till 10 p. m $1.75 One lot fine high grade white wash skirts no two alike Some embroidered in braids Some with embroidery in serting Some with applique work Values are from $4.00 to $6.50 Choice Friday till 10 p. m $2.98 Ladies' full bleached, ribbed gauze vesta Taped neck Wing sleeve sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6 Friday and Saturday, each 5c Our 25c number Ladies' full regular made, fast black, seamlesscotton hose Sizes 8, 8, 9, 9Ms Friday and Saturday, pair 19e Our large and varied line of -Ladies' ready made Shirt Waists Whites, A Blacks, and Fancies none reserved. Y Sizes 32 to 44. Friday and Saturday v we will allow from our already low A prices a discount of 10 per cent. A Ten different styles in Beauty Pins. V Some gold fronts: some with setting: 4 FOR SANTA FE EXCURSION. We are going to give special rates on our Men's Clothing for this week end. Come in and buy your suit or furnishing goods from us and you will have enough money left to have a good time on your excursion. .'v. is -rr-v-'-' , v- Ed. Seivers, a Kingman Boy's Rise in the Base Ball "World. Wichita, June 14. Ed Seivers, former ly a Kingman boy, has just signed with Detroit to play ball in the American league. Last year Seivers played with the team at London, Ont., and made quite a reputation as a pitcher and he is now signed to twirl the ball for De troit. Seivers is a we31 known ball player in this part of the country. His first semi professional work was done in King man about five years ago. Three years ago he played part of the season with the Kagles and was considered one of their best players. Since then he has been playing most of the time in the Canadian leagues. Sells Bay Filly by Red Chute. Lexington, Ky., June 14. Bowerman Brothers of Lexington have sold the yearling bay filly, by Red Chute, dam ivalica Bells, by Bow Bells, to Dr. J. C. McCoy of Kirkwood, Del., for $1,000. The filly is a full sister to Dr. McCoy's Kentucky Futurity candidate. Dr. Mc Coy is chiefly known as the man who sold the trotting colt Boralma to Thomas W. Lawaon of Boston for $17, 000 just before Boralma won the Futu rity last year. H. K. Knapp of New York and O. "H. Chenault of this city shipped two car loads of yearlings east this afternoon, where they will be sold at auction. Fifty yearlings owned by Major T. J. Carson, K. C. Cowden of New York, S. C. Lyne and Charles Moore will go to morrow night. J. B. Haggin has let a contract for a residence at F.lmendorf farm, this coun ty, to cost $125,000. He will make his summer home here. some sterling silver; some pearl with settings. Regular values from 5c to 10c each. Friday and Saturday, choice 1c Japanese Folding Fans and Palm Leaf Fans. Fi'iday and Saturday, choice lc Ladies' Satin Stock Collars. New shapes and plaited. All colors 25c value. Friday and Saturday, choice, lOo Special Rate on Blue Serge Suits. Our regular $10.00 Blue Serge in single or D. B. Sack Styles. We will sell this week at $8.50 Special Rate on Youths' Suits. In ages 14 to 19 years. In neat Cassimeres or Black Cheviots. A big bargain at our special price of $4.50 KEEP COOL By buying one of our Alpaca Coats for $l.O0 Or a better grade at $1.50 Blue Serge Coats, at. ,.$3.50 Blue Serge Coat and Vest $5.00 Special Rate on Fancy Worsted Suits. Our regular $12.50 pure Worsteds, in stripes or mixtures. All made in the latest fashion. This week at S10UT5 See Those Fine Suits In Youths' sizes we are selling at $7.:0, either in Worsted or Fancy Cassimeres. Neatly made and fin ished, for only A Big Line of Men's Neckwear at 25c aid 50c . In Tecks, Imperials, Clubs, Etc. Special Rate on Fine Worsted Suits. These are all handsomely made of pure Fancy Worsteds. Perfect in every detail. Our regular price, $15. Special price $12,75 Special Rate on Boys' Knee Pant Suits. To fit ages 9 to 15 years. Made with double seat and knees. A big line to select from. Suits that sold at $3.00 for $2 45 A Great Selection in Fancy Shirts. With our without detached collars, or to wear with white collars, at 50c 75c Sl.OO Men's Hats. n Fedora styles, all colors at SI 00 SI 50 SI 93 $2 50 S3 00 New crusher in Grey or Brown, SI 50 Half Day Shoe Sale. Take advantage of this half day sale the oppor tunity does not come every day. Every price quoted iss bona fide cut price.; You know that the '" New Model " always has just what it advertise. Don coma in on Friday or Saturday and ask for Shoes advertised for Thursday or Friday only. Friday Morning. I Saturday Morning. Boys fine- Kid Lace Shoes McKay I Men's $3.00 fine Vici Kid Lace Tan tiuAri fi-er'.Mlort torn viilii ! lm Cnn Would hfe erood value at factured bv W. R. UsherFriday $3.50 Saturday a. m .....$2.47 a. m $1.90 Child s Tan Kid Lace Every pair guaranteed All sizes Three widths Friday a. m $1.10 Ladies Dark Tan Lace Im. Turn Koxed quarters Latest . style toe Excellent value at $2.50 Friday a. m ,, .. .... ..$1.90 Straw Hats. Friday Afternoon. Men's Tan Lace Russia Grain or Calf Up to date toe Good solid honest goods Well worth $2.50 Friday p. m $1.79 Youths' and Boys' Russia Grain Lace Solid as a rock Good value at 25c more money Friday p. m. Boys' 1.75 value.... $1.48 Youths' $1.60 value.:..... $1.40 SATURDAY EVENING. Ladies' Black or Tan Vesting top lace J Strong value at $1.75 Saturday V a, m $1.39 A Men's Vici Kid Lace Low cuts Black J or Tan Every pair guaranteed V Saturday a. m ..$1.90 Saturday Afternoon t and Evening, j Ladies Inaia Kid opera siippera-tianu (nrnod Htnrrtav r m 49c T Ladies' $3.00 Vesting Top Tan Shoes All sizes Good value Saturday p. m. $2.45 Men's WTillow Calf Bals Welt Sewed Excellent value at $4.00 All sizes Three widths Saturday p. m..$3.00 Gilt Edge or Glycerole Shoe Dressings 14 Black, Brown or Tan Combinations 8n Carpets and Furniture Dept. t Spring; sale on all our Carpets and Straw Mattings. One of the best lines of Matting to select trom. Your choice Friday or Saturday of any of our 75c, SSc or $1.50 Straw Hats, for 50c Parlor Mattings, per yard 30c Dining Room Matting, per yard 25c Bed Room Matting, per yard 12120 Velvet Carpets, per yard 9Sc MoQuette Carpets, per yard ,.79e Brussel Carpets, per yard 69c 3-ply Ingrains, per yard 87c 2-ply Ingrains, per yard 30c 1-3 Wool Ingrains, per yard 35c Cood Cotton Ingrains, per yard 30c Oil Cloth for floor, per yard 19c Large. 3 yds by 3 yds $7.75 Brussels, 3 yds. by 3Vj "Us 8.25 Rugs, 3 yds. by 4 yds 10.25 Rugs. 3 yds by a yds,..; 15.00 Kitchen Cabinets $3.00 Extension Tables, Golden Oak.... 4. SO Folding Beds. Golden Oak 14.00 Canopy top Folding Bed 22.50 Maple Cane Seat Dining Chair.... Sic Elm Dining Chair 90-j Oak Cane Seat Dining Chair $1.00 Oak Cain Seat Dining Chair with continuous post $123 One of the most complete lines of Iron Beds, 17 different styles. prices from $3.50 to $20 Every bed - guaranteed to be as represented. Woven Wire Springs $1.50 Spiral Spring $2.25 Spring Cots $1.50 Mattresses at the lowest possible prices. Low Prices on MILLINERY. erman; Chicago, Griffith and Chance. AT BROOKLYN. Score by innings: RH B Erooklvn 0 0 1 0 0 2 fi 0 211 12 0 Cincinnati 0 001000001 4 5 Batteries Brooklyn. McGinnity and Far rell; Cincinnati, Breitenstein and Pletz. AT PHILADELPHIA. Attendance, 5,700. Score: R H F. St. Louis 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 7 11 3 Philadelphia 3 1202120 11 IB 0 Batteries St.' Louis, Sudhoff. Thomas and Robinson; Philadelphia, Piatt and McFarland. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Games Games Per Won. Lost. Cent. Philadelphia 27 Brooklyn 25 Pittsburg 23 Boston 19 St. Louis 20 Chicago 20 isew lorK 11 Cincinnati 17 15 .S5 16 .610 23 . 500 20 .47 22 .470 24 .45-; 23 .425 25 -4u5 m am Tr- ACTS GENTLY ,r- II V tH ON .l-5' AND -r (jDp BOWELS WoPATION 0,rUAL PERMANENTLY BUY THE GENUINE MAN'FTJ BY iTnrcPNi fir. Cyrp N.V. ' 03 Salt 6Y lt CPU6GIVTS. PmCC 30c.ftft eorrik Ruhlin Fets Forfeit Money. New York, June 14. Gus Ruhlin, the Akron giant, was paid $500 today by the stakeholder of the Ruhlin-Fitzsim-mons fight. This is the sum he is en titled to for the failure of Fitz to fis-ht him June 15. The other $300 of Fitz simmons' forfeit, which was $1,000, is to go to the club. After Billy Madden, Ruhlin's manager, had pocketed the $510 he announced that he would gladly iei Kunrni ngni: f ltzsimmons as soon as the latter's hand is well again, and w ill be ready to clinch, a match as soon as Bob is. AMERICAN LEAGUE. AT ST. JOSEPH. Score by innings: It H E St. Louis 0 0140005 10 12 3 Sioux City 1 000300004 9 3 Batteries Maupin and Kling; Ferguson and Cote. AT rESMOINES. Score by innings: R H E Des Moines 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 9 3 Denver 0 0000000 00 5 0 Batteries McFarland and Lowman; Mc Nelly and Sullivan. AT OMAHA. Score by innings: R H E Omaha 2 1 5 3 6 0 0 0 17 14 0 Pueblo 2 1004104 012 11 10 Batteries Burrel and Lauson: Black burn and Snock. WESTERN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Per Ct. KEMPER & PAXTONS. American League games Sunday, as follows: Minneapolis, 5.000; Kansas City, 5,000; Chicago, 6,000; Milwaukee, 4,000. Peitz was always considered a good catcher before the present season. Like Corcoran, he is not playing his usual good game. Slagle leads the Phillies in the num ber of runs scored in the May games, having 28 to his credit, followed by Del ehanty with 26 and Lajoie and Thomas with 24 each. He made 39 base hits, with a total of 47 bases, and made three sacrifice hits. The Phillies during May made 12 sac rifice hits and stole 40 bases, Flick lead ing with 9 bases stolen, followed by Slagle, 7; Thomas, 6; Lajoie and Cross, 5 each; WTolverton, 3; McFarland, 2, and Piatt, Delehanty and Douglass. 1 each. Bernhard, of the Quakers, is still keep ing up his record as winning pitcher, having officiated in seven games during the month just passed, winning six and losing one, with a total of eight won and one lost. The Phillies lead the league in long hits, the average showing that up to and including May 31 they have made 42 doubles, 33 triples, 11 home runs, a grand total or 216 bases. One or more hits have been made by Selbach in 33 out of 36 games. "Bond Hill" Billy Hart, the former Brownie, who divided honors with Frank Donahue in the old days, is pitching phenomenal ball for the Clevelands. . Tebeau has 10 pitchers and is negoti ating for another. A Mound City paper says: "It was reported from Boston while the St. Louis team was there ear- Sale of Yearlinga. New Tork, June 14. A number of yearlings, the property of the Dixiana stud, were sold by auction at Graves end today, those bringing $500 or over being: Alabama, M. Murohy, $2,000; Quesal. A. Featherstone, $7,500; Him yar, M. Allen, $10,000: Hiflight, T. Welsh, $2,100: Lombra, If. Roche, $750; Floo II, J. Holland, $600; Floroon, C. Brown, $1,400. Challenge to Sprinters. Chick, a Clay Center. Kas.. sprinter, issues a challenge to J. M. Keagy, of Alma, Kas., or T. W. Crouther, of Nor way, for a match race, of .seventy-five yards for $50 a side. NATIONAL LEAGUE. AT BOSTON. Score by innings: R H n Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 8 01 6 0 Pittsburg 0 0000000 00 3 1 Katteries Boston, Nichols and Clark Pittsburg, Phillippi and O'Connor. AT NEW YORK. Score by innings: RHE New York 0 2000003 5 8 0 Chicago O000000O 00 5 6 Batteries New York, Hawley and Bow- Omaha 23 Pueblo 16 Denver 17 ioux Citv- 13 St. Joseph 13 Des Moines 13 10 13 15 19 IS is . .552 .531 .40-S .419 .419 ly in the week that Tebeau was nego tiating for a south-paw pitcher, name not given." There may be batters who can hit the ball harder than McGraw, and make more long line hits, but there is none in the league who has a better eye for a pitched ball than the wiry little bundle of nerves 'that plays third base for St. Louis. A pitcher has got to be excep tionally good to get him even to strike at a bad ball. He shifts his position constantly in the box, so that the pitch er finds it almost an impossibility to get a line on the plate. One moment he is up in front, the next back to the furthest corner, but wherever he makes his stand be assured that when the ball comes up he will be facing it correctly to see if it is over the plate. Now he is one of the best men on the infield in the business. He can pick up hard hits with the best of them, is a strong thrower and not a bit afraid of the base-runners who come tearing down his way. President Brush has the only team in the league with a salary list of less than $40,000. The average cost of running a team through the season is from $60,000 to $90,000. Of the eight clubs, New York pays the highest and the Reds the low est. Washington Post. Brooklyn has signed a coming young ster from the Chester (Pa.) club. His name is Bert Everson. A glance over the statistics recently compiled shows that Philadelphia and St. Louis are the only teams which have not drawn blanks. Brooklyn has been goose-egged the greatest number of times by Philadelphia, St. Louis and Chicago. SIXTH AND QUINCY. Telephone Exchange Burned. Sterling, June 14. During a thunder storm Wednesday the telephone office here was struck by lightning. The office is in the second story of the State Bank building, and was burned out, the floor falling into the room below. The gro cery and dry goods store of W. B. Wir shing was much damaged by water. The Squires block, occupied by O. B. Beck lam's furniture store, was also damaged by water used in extinguishing the fire. No estimate of loss sustained by the fire has yet been made. A Wealth of Beauty. Is often hidden by unsightly Pimples. Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, etc. Bucklen's Arnica Salve will gloriiy th i face by curing all Skin Eruptions, also Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils. Felons. Ulcers, and worst forms of Piles. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Waggoner, druggist, 731 Kansas ave. Daily Populist Paper. Independence. June 14. The Inde pendence Evening Star is a new daily paper which has just made its first ap pearance. It is published by A. T. Cox, who also "edits the Independence Star and Kansas, a weekly Populist paper. The Star is Populist in politics. Inde pendence now has two daily and four weekly newspapers. Oklahoma, 5 ; Arkansas City, 4. Arkansas Citv, Kan.. June 14. The Ar kansas City Grays played the second of a series of three games with Oklahoma City on the home grounds. Score: Oklahoma, 5; Arkansas City, 4. Marion, lO; Hillsborro, 5. Hillsboro, Kan., June 14. Marion de feated Hillsboro here Wednesday. Both pitchers did good work, Hillsboro getting four hits and Marion six. The score was 10 to 5. Batteries Marion, Maltby and Riddle; Hillsboro, Mutersbaugh and Rif-fel. Base Ball Gossip. In two games at Allentown last Sat urday, Joe Delehanty, a brother of the Philadelphia crack, made nine bits with a total of 14, and another brother, Jim, made five hits, with a total of seven. It was a good day for the Delehanty fam ily. Tebeau can see no call for ball play ers to join the American Federation of Labor. Pittsburg players are not in fa vor of it, and Manager Fred Clarke is dead set against it. O'Hagan played 2S games for Roches ter without an error, and Tom Bannon played 24 games for Montreal before be made an error. It has been learned from an authentic source that Hoy receives $2,100 for play ing with Comiskey's team. This is more salary than any outfielder on the Cin cinnati team receives. There were 20,000 people at the four SUPERIOR MERIT. Remarkable Curative Properties of a Remedy for Indigestion and S.omach Weakness. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a prep aration for tne cure of dyspepsia and the various forms of indigestion and stomach trouble, owes its great success as a cure for these troubles to the fact that it is prepared for disease and weak ness of the stomach and digestive or gans only, and is not recommended or advised for any other disease. It is not a cure-all, but for any stom ach trouble It is undoubtedly the safest, most sensible remedy that can be ad vised with the prospect of a permanent cure. It. is prepared in tablet form, pleasant to taste, composed of veg etable and fruit essences, pure pepsin and Golden Seal, every one of which act effectively in digesting the food eaten, thereby resting and invigorating the weak stomach; rest is-nature's cure for any disease, but you cannot rest the stomach unless you put Into it some thing that will do its work or assist in the digestion of food. That is exactly what Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets do, one grain of the digestive principle contained in them will digest- 3,000 grains of meat, eggs or similar wholesome foods, they will digest, the food whether the stomach is in working order or not, thereby nourishing the body and resting the stomach at the same time and rest and nourishment is nature's cufe for any weakness. In persons run down in flesh and ap petite these tablets build up the strength and increase flesh, because they digest flash-forming food which the weak stomach cannot do; they in crease the flow of gastric juice and pre vent fermentation, acidity and sour, watery risings. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be found at all drug stores at 50 cents per package. Soldiers to Hold a Reunion. Randolph, June 14. A- meeting of cit izens was held here to consider the ad visability of holding an old soldiers' and old settlers' reunion here this year. Mayor A. King presided. It wd's decid ed to hold a reunion, and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 29. 30 and 31. were the days chosen. The following officers were elected: President, O.King; vice presidents. Ed Secrest. Fred To buren, B. F. Glunt; secretary, S. A. Moon; treasurer, E. V. Johnson; direc tors, E. T. Schoefield.Wm.Peterson, Geo. Pickett. Jesse White and C. H. Pome- roy. Homer Boles, John Larson, B. E. Backman and John Parsons were elect ed a committee to assist the officers in the arrangements. Life and Death Fight. Mr. W. A. Hlnes of Manchester, la., writing of his almost miraculous escape from death, says: "Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble, which ended in consumption. I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day. All my doctors said I must soon die. Then 1 began to use Dr. King's New Discov ery, which wholly cured me. Hundreds have used it on my advice and all say it never fails to cure Throat, Chest and Lung troubles." Regular size 50e and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Waggoner's drug store, 731 Kansas avenue. Lightning Kills Stock. During the storm early Monday morn ing lightning killed four cattle in the Ratcliff pasture east of the city. One of the cows belonged to William Purnell, another to H. A. Purnell and the other two to Cyrus Kauffman. A team be longing to Ratcliff was also badly injur ed. The lightning burned them around the eyes quite seriously. The cattle kill ed were along the barbed wire fence. Coffeyville Journal. Mrs. E. W. Early, Marlon, Ind., who has been ill for years, writes. "I was tired, could not sleep or eat, and was rap inly going into decline. Doctor called it blood disorder, but could not cure me. I am now in perfect health and give ail the credit to Begg's Blood Purifier. R. W. Squires, Pharmacist, 732 Kansas avenue. Glorious News. Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Washita, I. T. He writes: - "Electric Bit ters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years, lerribie sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doc tors could give her no help; but now her health is excellent." Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter. salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, builds up the strength. Only 50 cts. Sold by Wag goner, druggist, 731 Kansas avenue. Guaranteed. Low Prices on MILLINERY. I i Summer Excursions VIA mmt 5 PiCTOf The Union Pacific will place in effect on June 21, July 7 to 10 inc., July 18th and August 2nd, Summer Excursion rates of ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP plus $2.00 from Kansas and Nebraska points TO Denver, Coloralo Spriaj3, FisTsl, 0jd.cn anl Salt Lake. Tickets good for return until Oct. 31st. For Time Tables and full information call on F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agt., or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent. Killed by His Horse. Goodland, June 14. Jus Sanders, 12 years old, while herding cattle for Geo. Wilson, fifteen miles northwest of this place, was dragged to death by his horse yesterday. The horse stepped in a hole, throwing the boy off, and his foot caught in the stirrup. New Schedule to the East. The Vandalia-Pennsylvania . lines changed time May 27th. - They now have three through trains .daily, with sleep ing and dining cars, St. Louis to New Tork, leaving St. Louis 8:44 a. m., 1:00 p. m. and .11:35 p. m. Ob 8:44 a, m. train there is also a Baltimore and Wash ington sleeping tar. " Write to" J. M. Chesbrough, assistant G. P, A. St.Louis, Mo., for folder, showing complete service. Clark "Wants Army Place. Leavenworth, June 14. Captain Adna G. Clark, late of the Twentieth Kansas is seeking an appointment to the regu lar army and has enlisted Senator Ba ker in his cause. The captain, in com pany with Postmaster Caldwell, of Lawrence, called on Senator Baker to day and talked over the matter. . Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. Persons with indigestion are already half starved. They need plenty of wholesome food. Kottol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs are being re constructed. It is the only preparation known that will Instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles. It Is certain to do you good. All drug stores. Monthly payments. Long or Short ; Time. Privilege to par. Capitol Building and Loan Assoc'n, 534 KANSAS AVE. TOPEKA. HACK LINE removed to No. 519 Quincy Street. Call up 'phone 170 for Hack orders. Wanted a few more horses to board. Best and Health to Mother and Child MRS. W1NSLOWS SOOIHTJTG SYRUP has been used for over FIFTY YEARS BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS for their CHILDREN' WHIL.J5 TEETHISO, with PERFECT SCCCES3. It SOOTHES th CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC and is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. 8ol4 bv Druggists in every part of the world. Be sure" to ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup'- and take no other kind. Tren-ty-five cents a bottta. WE'LL DO YOUR HAUL1XQ RIGHT. Topeks Transfer Go. 509 Kansas Avenue. Office TeL 320. House TeL 391. F. P, BACON, Proprietor. -BEE ME ABOUT STORAGE. DENVER, COLOBABO SPRINGS. PUEBLO AND RETURN, $24. Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st; stopover al lowed at Colorado common point3. Is it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas' Eclec tric Oil: A cut? Use Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At your druggists.