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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1903.
S AT SIIOl S AT 110 MI- M-, S. ..," KANSAS AVENUE. The Mr good, horries is .bout iv rnnci'i Tmlr it At fZf ' N 709-711 Over. H "W".- 1 HUMS, il UVLKI "' $ "5, - cantaloups are now on the j ..-.... 4 , -r-r "-k 'aLvtovanutn-il ' - , - - - - ? U . br.iia to be on the safe side. K ' . , H' T" ' xf V VV A popular drive just r, is out To- j ' . u , 7 - " .,... . ' ' t ' .' ) j P'Ki SVHiUf to the daisy 111.1. 1 ' ' ' 1 V . t . AUERBACH X"'"' Tt.e rity lrc- i.!.,vm,nt agency has M , ' - " t ' ! Sf " 1 -1 'V V X X GI1FTTFI 'f' "mtU'cC. Tit.- Vine wood train orders will be "V j ? ' '.' .J ' t" ' V PATRIOTISM' AND FASHION Mr and Mrs. Morris X. Sehlegel arc- H , 1 - ' ' - ' '": N V visiting relative in Illinois for a coupW ! B 4 4 - f . . y:-'. --ijj'v f'or.Rr.-ysnu.n 'a!derhe,l was a via- u f ., ' V I . S i. .. .y 1 lt..r in. ih.f s.s.i,!i of the 1, glslaturs C , ; , - , t-c . . yuua.-i-. T , v r 3 Tho M ian l.ri.lg! will be closed to- 'b ' " J j , - v i rlf-'ht w cult the tu.'.Ui approach Is being ! Ej '"'b , ' , , & " .. . - cc-oM t .i. 3 . ' f U - ; - ' i - 1 atif T'ti-v of Atohisnn has taken a j H "V f . , . t i ' ' - i .,f -: ' ' Potion in th ;!. e of Adjutant Gen- j f - - . V," l 1 i . , , a ' .' 1 Pt-:iJi. rn's orchestra at opening of the 41 f; . 1 L -4 tiriili..!!" ihinlay evening. The pub- ' v ' J ' .' ?f It ! ;ivibly unncv.ss;iry to ?a 1 g f V . , I " ) VhZ lh' VnnrXh of July is otie wetk ;H . - . --" ft " ' j g J I.. M. I'-nw.-U of Top.ka iias 1 .n 1 - ' , -mL' , - e;,,,.. ... Hl., rerarv of tlu- St:ite rnd.-rtak- : fe ' " f , " f' as-eiat.on. ( ' 1 fc.. J h.-'V- , , ' - Jet vmr sirinfc- chi.-kon for Sunday i v'i I ' u i ' I f t i ' .-w':i 'V-.- r l-r.-lstm.-h .V Walla.-'s, . jl . t c f0 Kansas ax enoo. ii - -.'';,--: J ,.r " v T C -t '--r 1r Tt'.f s;a. timise prouods are in use i V-i - i .'-si - no:!!: uith hoys .li,MiiK ball arm U t I f J ' --' ' f J .Viss J.-s-ie l:,!IV left Wednesday for j j! 5 t , . . i J...-.SO..! t . ' air.ii-l tti- annual mt-.-ti n i ,: : s"-,".: ij cf .'! ri.-iian Svientists. M 4 if stenop-t a(liic I i I 5 ? . $ . . . f - I in the house . Vl . ? f j - -.: -. S -.' f I ion. It .o"V: ': S i ,v .es'f.S . I ka colored g enroll I I ' , ' ) J ji I a the hous- fj SPECIAL! ' V r il ftvo ; Men's Blue 5; I prf. I Vrr-f i I rVl i ,7 ff I V.; 1 1 J L j Lj - "They are it wear no others." Guaranteed Patent Leather Low Chnac CJ CA Stylish Potav and other OliUCS, oa. correct lasts, in guar- anifea jaieni ieainer jo siyies ail swell lasts, with military and low lie1!. Uiueher and juaia lops io.w fciiue values at Sole Aqents Stetson Fine Shoes $5 and $6 LINK ARMS ' THE 4th. Huff did the r-nmrilitlees o.-riul 'r;inu. a To; tie- only paste iat sessi.m. :d if...s' band will a free e.,.., .-rt at Wa.-diinm.m and F enth Mr-."" Saturday ev.-mng. C. p.aker. f'.rnier president of thfl city ra'iway, stvs li- d.jesn't know in V-hai tMSsire'S he will engage. The Top' ka. fni..n-Xln. TW hasehall p-tf t- i-iv.1 t-eon playe.f yestfrda .n he.ei pi.srpi.nfd till next Thuis- 'It-' heavy shower Wednesday nijrht r.'ele many of the present and form-r resUl'-n's fit North Topcka. rather tierv- 4-US. Ciiarles Islie. a younsr man living at Ten k (. reek, was thrown from a Santa train last evenine and seriously hurt. A bed of pretty ereen foliape hrtwyrv rh 'ast. and north wines of the hens" rpells the governor's na..ie H-A-I-T-K-Y. Small boy3 and a number of ladi" ),;.ye b"ou working oniong the members f th- legislature the past two days with M" d pi- tares. Th. Key?" uiele enrps have oome fr'a.'i their 'aiTipinEt trip on the aa. The Tain Thuisday night ii o rnu.-h for them. Th la-a number of the Urotherhood of St. 1'aid heiure nurse, an "iM K lk- c.ie. it." will ! Kiven at the F'.'-t M. K. c hun h I.-idBht. l"r r.eis- bill to j.a y the legislature S ' wii.h was aine..d'-d b.y ue- s-jn-: :J!."i..t pass.-d the bouse by a vote .-, .".,(- . i j ; . i nono aeainst. Tr.- W. V. (iavitt M-di..-iil nmpiiriy s!,.;;. - ' . v. I-..1 tons of their r-emerlies :-. - a . i.-H this Mi rk. Their for- ' .-:! 1 1 ;i - H in. reasin e"ery year. .-':- .M . J. Field is eon.iuetiuir po !: .-..mi dunr.K the i,hs-nee of Judiic ' "' -a 1 n : i It 'Hi. w ho iias p.tn.. to St. Krare is to i;jkf- depositions in the Dewey Men's filue Serge Coats, all-wool, untitled sold elsewhere at $2.50 to S3 Tomorrow here at $1.90 It's the day of all days when you desire comfortable clothes you may be going on a little vacation trip prepare in time tomorrow's suggestions are money savers correct in fashion and better than you can buy elsewhere at the same price. Keep Cool in an Opting Suit for Only $5.00- Correct, cool, stylish Coats and Pants made of flannel and homespuns (t? I in plain and norfolk styles many made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx, $ wno maice oniy tne oest are $iu buits tor i ; Flannel Trousers are the Style See Ours at $3. 2d styles very stylish made Flannel and Homespun Trousers correct fashions in dark, medium and light fabrics, tailors ask 5 for same materials all sizes tomorrow for $3.00 t The Greatest $10 Suits Ever Offered in America. Values that are wonders, and you need only to look to become an enthusiastic buyer choice is offered you from several hundred strictly . union-tailored Slo suits in light and dark newest fash ioned fabrics suits that are being offered by "exclusive" agents at S15 We will show you now at $15 Suits That Excel The grandest, the best, the greatest offer of all is the finest Alfred Benjamin & Co. and Hart, Schaffner and Marx correct hand- tailored Suits that possess indi viduality, quality, art, perfection of fit, as good as tailors can make at S30 and and better than other stores, 20 & $25 here at v j Interesting "SPECIALS" for the 4th. See! eorf mem in i V. C. BOTH la W: 1 Great Sale of MEN'S STRAW HATS. Immense Variety f The has J'. 1-s n I .k Kieeh T..r hunt ularv. the T.awrenee editor. s all The mean things he ka. was in the rity ng for r.ew" woids for skel. t. e.l out -re s of six e- as! Kv.iTis plaee. n (ioidon stl'. unearthed an y TTsember f.f ! exeej.t Kepiv ova .-..iiiiiy. ! wf A 1 r Mfrd in by w. d On account of at nf.any their Sso '.Uldy ei;iz. mand v.111 i e ns have 1 by the ti 1 on th west of North To ei. The Hood evi Indian I'aveyai'd. le1 house of repre 11 dtii-intt the extra aenmtive tdutnfller n t he first roll on 11 hsontoes but they day niu'ht. the e Mid the Clavitt is ma kinr sj .e. i a i b . w Ideal Styles! Correct Shapes! 100 dozens of "Panama Shaped" Straw Hats that are riprht ; feather weight, light weight, and ventilated. Panamas in Splits and Cantons at $1.00 Panamas in Porto Kiean and Manila, at 1.50 Panamas in Milar.s at 2.00 Panamas in Mackinaws at 2.50 Panamas in fine Javas at 3.00 Stylish Yacht Straws-Tn roirsh brafds. Sennits, Splits anil Pineapple braids, at 81.03 S1.5Q S2.00 Young Bros. N. Y. Straws are correct iu Vaeht and Panama shapes, at S2.0Q $2.59 83-OO Yacht and I'e.lnra shapes, in ronh l'ra'uis. enr Suunil and sp.it Cantons quality. In to on.y Oww rouh and ready at $1.50 $1.00 Yacht Klbl Sennit, iuil Sn! Pineapple braids, iu wide brims. - mi The Manhattan Shirt An ideal assortment of entirely new and different patterns, with cuffs attached or de- tacnert, plaited or plain Ironts, light aim uan; colors extremely iasiuoname at. Extraordinary Sale of Men's Negligee and Fancy Bosom Shirts-Cuffs attached or detached; in figures, stripes and dark effects; also in silk plaited bosoms in all colors - all ouda and ends of Shirts that sold last season for $1 to $1.50 your choice ot the w-hoie bunch now at New Mohair Shirts Unquestionably the fashion shirt ot the season - with sort collar and culls, or with enfls oniy and Pongee Si Shown only here now at $1.59 and $2 50C $2.50 Thin, Cool Underwear In fine French lisles, Pique (1 lisle. Ncwsilk and Silkine. in blue. nink. ci hite and lancy colors, ihe finest qual- f ff W y ever sold for PI'UU Imported (g; -y ity Pure All-silk Underwear and usually sells tor $o.UU our price is... ItiifiT u v Cool Pajamas in fancy colors - the only garment to bleep in with comlort were l.o0 now. ... 5100 Natural Balbrigrgan Underwear Double seat, silk faced, feather stitched -50c grade for 29 Union Suits Underwear Sen sible, superior make, cool and perfect fitting only here at 18 styles good Summer Under wear in Sea Island Cotton, French KalhriL'san usually 75c elsewhere S0 '50c Cool Vacation Clothes for Boys Cheap. 503 Boys' Wash Suits, Choici 50c New Fancy Hose specially for the 4th, at. .25c and 50c A special sale right when you want it - a deal placed 500 Boys' Wash Suits on our tables worth up to $1.25 in Piques, Galateas, Madras, Crash and Grass Cloths pretty combinations in bailors, .Russian Blouse, etc. it's a big bargain at our price buy your summer supply at Extra Fine Wash Suits - elegantly made, prettily trimmed, high class, worth 62 -now. . Boys' Wash Knee Fants- included in this sale Duck, Galatea and Madras Cloths worth up to 50c now Table Knee Pants Suits - 2' i to 1(1 years, nil-wool, pure wor ser;ie, n.ack tluOets, fancy cass. meres, saiior uurtolks siyies, former .-la.'.'a aud up, choice 200 Knee Pants Suits 4 to 1 years, Norfolks and double breasted styles, navy biue clicviuis. fancy cassimeres and tweeds, well maile and spiemhd wearing, values, choice Fine Knee Pants Suits'-11 to 10 years, made of tine imported series, oassimeres and homespuns in inis seasen's most fasluoaab.e novelties and slaples, fo.n t. ; T-Oti and Sv.i i values, choice Young Men's Suits 14 to Hi years, single and double breasted styles, in all wool . cassiuicre-i. cheviot and pure worsted, plain colors, fancy niUtnres, former 27. 0? and a few ski.oj values, choice f&U I 25c Sr I tfls, navy Miip. " A j mil duulile breasted 7k UUI M $1.45 1 $5.03 I 1.000 Pairs Boys' all-wool navy blue chevi ots. weried and fancy cassimere Knee Pants, a to 17 years, actual il.uo val- C(r lies, choice Sale of Boys' Straw Hats -Stylish seuults ami split straws, only ... 3 to 25c Boys' Blue Denim Bib Overalls b". ear, loiuurrow, nn.y Boys' Wire Buckle Suspenders. Tio neer niaxe. la;- kinu. it.inurrow... Boys' Bathing Suits, In Worsteds, special I9c ...8c 69c i aimitrmTW'&'rWal,'m"r'''--V """'"''rTmrcr'"" i i i "in m .w n i Minimal i , in1 n itiii 1 ' 1 nin bovs on the .state house grounds t'nrow rn found j t.oonn ranss. It was prt-at fun to see the senaloi-s and represeiital ives ueiiere w.e return of the ( ross-tti ks. A few of them tried their hand:-; with some ?uc- 1 up and given longitude and ( eSS. dilator to lis remedy at horn for malaria fever Tl the k vai'd of the fir IS full of fUbbc t' CO! li'.on sttune; up to i - T he rei en t ra ins . :;o I.ollu'ht U! 'rth Ti p.-ka stoek' t IMp: start. tie of : !nev. Special ( ift'ii'er rusenlei ry htr a lay-off from htratitiir bii y 1 and is turning his attention ti who leave teams standitiK unan. This inurnins ho pluek. d driver w ho went into his forgotten oundle after he his weight. Three dollar iimnn (ine for leaving a t Three sissers who were North Totieka flood had few extra clothes. On r--hie ot the river they were the bundle in a wntjon and 1 a ken to the .Auditorium taken riders. those hared. laundry shop nfter a had lifted up ? is the miii am unrutrh-d. rescued in th" with them ix reaehing thif. re told to it would for th. put v h I'P it t the- mud washed oil A T' : "land, d he ei,i i ". i5 snia. .TT-d by d -mlietl- on the ks Kinan e.iati ere cents a pi.-'.' To kou-e-. to T'ne i. k . d u ri n g t h-"1 ra i n en at one load at that, obb. ; y but it is p.-r-.! di n;i ro e regtilati rig Nion ...-at a nd Last shu. -i Watts of Top. lousie at Chiie! v. a s a a r. b d i r r- t aril' ka gradu go Musical the g.dd ved a fie, diploma, cert at the r that she the last umhi 'gisiatui'. event ir; ?r of the watching they could call for the saiv". making application they found the clothes had been distributed among other food sutterers. Mr. and Mrs. I- V. Ismond have re cently moved here from Hamilton, Mo., and i xpeot to make Topekn their inm '. 'I la y are investing in Topeku real estate and just row are building two mod. in i-.ittai.-es on Harrison street, between 'I hu t. -oith and Fourteenth in Orchard I lace addition. J). V. Paxton. proprie tor of the New Model, is their son-i.i-la w. A premature celebration brought out the sh( riff's force and all the police around th- station last night. Some young people on Van Buren street about a block from the county jai started things by firing Ida nk c artridg i from a revolver. Sheriff Lucas and th depute s took it as a signal that a jai delivery m being pulled off at the ei; i.iil. and the police got the same idee i.oout the county bastile. The young celebrators were round a lecture on latitude, time. Mrs. Kvalyn Bradford, the depart ment president of the Woman's Uelief corps, who has been stopping with Mrs. Pi iuiy. the junior vice president of the department, hi Id a very successful meeting with the presidents and relief committeis of the various corps of this city and will have today for Kansas City and other points in the flooded dis tricts in order to visit tho sufferers the re. The Republican Flambeau club of Topeka. wiil go to Ottawa on the Fourth of July to assist in the fun-making at that town. The 40 mernb"rs of ihe club have been di ailing on Van Buren street every Mond.iy and Thursday night for some time in -preparation of the event to be pulled (iff the fourth of July. -Ottawa lias provided about f.iO'l worth of fireworks lor the occasion. The expen ses of the trip are paid by the commit tee at Ottawa. The janitor at the city buildins has a force of men at work today cleaning the Auditorium. Since the relief om mittee of the Commercial club moved out the hall has In i n in a state of dis co der. Boxes and household goods are idled in a chaotic mess 'all over the building. The men are trying to bring the hall back to its original -state of cleanliness and get the remaining quan tity of relief goods to some place where they can be better takn care THEY'RE IN 00U Members of Legislature Sure They Did Kight. Not House Members Think Should lie Voted. Relief of. ...1 Li'v3 L 3 L A COMMON COMPLAINT. Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in the head, inflammation or sore ness of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge of mucus matter, headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, and even in this early stage is almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back into the throat and stomach, and the blood becomes polluted and the Svat e m contam i nated x r.iia a continual neaaacne, my cneens naa grown purple, my nose waft always stopped up. my breath had a sickening and distrusting odor, and I coufelied incessantly. I hoard of S. y. S. and commenced to use it and after taking several "bottles I was cured and have never since had the slie-htesfc symptom of the disease. Hiss MARY B. STORM, .Northwest Cor. 7th and Felix Sts., Joseph, Mo. 1 1 c in- Cl; It afie find st disease the catarrhal pois . then the sufferer gins to realize w hat a -gulling and sicken- rl rh is. ease Cata; ts the kidneys unaeh as well as other parts of the bod-. It is a constitutional ami as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc., are never more v.iaii palliative or helpful, even in the beginning of Catarrh, what can ?ou expect from such treatment when it becomes chronic and the whole system affected ? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. can reach this obsti nate, deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up the diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are healed and the. excessive secretion of mucus ceases when lu-w. rich blood is comiiio- to the diseased parts, ami a permanent cure is the result. S. ,S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for Catarrh in alt stages. Write if iu need of medical advice; this will cost jou not jing. Th" SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA, ,) V F FOR HARVEST FIELDS. Topeka Free Employment Agency Is Busy. The city free employment bureau is jusy this week with the harvest help a-oposit ion. Inning the past two weeks more than HKi pei sons have registered at the bu . i au in the office of the commissioner of lections at the Auditorium for work in :he harvest fields. The persons regis tering have given their home addresses -Tom points as far east as Massachus etts and New Yoi k. Nearly all of the New Knglar.d states are represented in the list of those wishing to go to the aarvest fields. Nearly all the eastern states are represented and as far north ;fl Minnesota. Not many persons from ."c-ii.ts west of the state of Kansas have applied. li.uisday was the first day on whiett the excursion rates for harvest ban is jf one tent a mile were good. Bp to midnight Thursday the Topeka bureau -tnl out at least :00 harvest hands. It is announced that the wages are $2 -er uav. but many believe that more than this wiil lie paid for help for the leaser; that people who have been in Tcnc-ka this week from the counties in ihe wheat belt declate that it is almost impessible to secure enough help to take care cf the grain. Pourtn of July Rate3, Santa Fe. On- fare plus aOe for the round tr'p. Tickets on sale July 3 and 4. good re turning July 7th. A few of the minority the house held a small ; meeting this morning to talk over the : acts of the bodv. i "My county," said Representative ! Linn of Cowley county, "sent several j hundrtd dollars to the flood sufferers ar.d twenty-one boxes of clothing. The I people of Cowley county are not salis j Red with that, but they expected a re , lief measure to tie i'assed." ! "I am sure that the western part of ; the state was in favor of a relief hill." I said Representative Tatum of Kd wards I county. "1 think such a bill should 'have been passed, and I was in favor ! of such a bill and would have voted i tor it if I had a chance." i "I came here with a Bill prepared to appropriate S.I.O.OUU for the relief of the flood sufferers," said Representative Hale of Rush county. 'It was turned down in the committee. Some of the members argued that it was unconsitu tional and others that the people of tha counties did not need the aid contem plated in the bill. So far as I am con cerned I can not see that such a bill would he any more unconstitutional than many bills passed by the la st session to appropriate money ;:nd to which there were no objections on the ground of being unconstitutional. Some of tha members argued that the bill carried too large an appropriation and that the' state could not afford it and others that even that appropriation would not lie sufficient to render much relief. But ttiat amount would have hem better than none. This ST'MiaO would have bfe.i a ta?; of two mills on the dollar. ' There is a disposition on the part o: some to blame the governor tor the bill not going through, but the governor had nothing to do. in my judgment, with the legislature failing to act on th" appi opriation. and no member of the. legislature should hold the governor responsible for tlv members' failure to act on anv bill. If a member conscientiously- believed a bill ought not to pas he should consider it his duty to vote against it. If he believed, as I do. that the people along the valleys needed some temporary relief, he should ha', e voted for it without regard to an other man. I hope that the people wili live down this calamity, and no doubt many of them wiil, but the situation seems to me so deplorable that the legislature should have granted them relief. I am not blaming any legislator fcr anv stand he took for rr againit have been passed for the relief of the flood sufferers an. 1 hoped such relief would lie granted." TABIC OF SKXATE ACTION. The members, of the house this morn ing likened the action of the senate in defeating a flood appropriation relief bill and then ' passing a resolution thanking the people who had donated to the relief of the sufferers to the min ister who went to see a widow who was in destitute circumstances. He prayed, with lvr and spoke words of cheer and left. On his way from hev house to his home he met a man on a wagon taking a load of provisions to the widow. The members of j nian was swearing at his horses, indignation i "Where are you going?" asked the minister. "I am taking this load of pro visions to the wblow and I'll get there if these horses wiil travel," said the man. "Your donation would be all right." said the minister, "if you but had grace to go with it." "Rut the senate didn't have the grace to keep still after refusing aid to the destitute," said Representative Hale. Union Pacific Washout. Clay Center. Kan., June 28. The TTn ion Pacific train went no farther east Thursday than Clay Center, because six hundred feet of track is washed out rear the Bradbury place between Broughton and Wakefield. The freight did not come up in the morning. There is a big force of men working to repair the washed out track. Chicago and Return $16.00 via San ta Fe. Tickets on sale June "1 and July 1. Final limit returning September 15. WHISKY PIPIT. Stock !5uyer, of Hall's Summit, Leaves Debts Hehind. Burlington, Kan., June 2S. Court K. Condit. a prominent stock buyer of Hall's Summit, has disappeared, leaving a number of debts behind him, and while' some of his transactions are dif ferent from ordinary business transao- : tions it is not charged at litis time that ! he has committed any criminal acts, i Mr. Condit went to Kansas City i Wednesday cf last we k with a load of hogs. A few days later, so it is rcporl i ed here, his wife received a letter from : him dated at Chicago, in which he said : that he had been trying to quit drinking i and to straighten up. but had failed; . that his debts were getting to.) much for him and that he would go away and take the Keel.y cure. He always had the idea that the Keeley cure would kill him. but it is said he decided to take it. "kill or cure." A Burlington friend of Mr. Condit said that he was in the habit cf drinking about a quart of whisky a day. Saturday evening the State bank of Hall's Summit ran an at tachment on Mr. Condit's bank stock, live stock, forty acres of growing corn and in fac t everything that could be lo cated. The bank sued for .$!.ii) due on notes and account. F. N. Connal is the bank's attorney. There are a number of other debts, some of which are secured by chattel mortgages. Viola, aged 17 years, who was report?! missing. The message. Harris stated, was to the effect that his daughter waa married. He asked Lieutenant Madison for two officers to go with him to George low ens' home, 412 Vine street, wheia his daughter is said to be staying. J. T. Roll, 1101 Kansas avenue, has the book views of Topeka Flood formerly owned by the Mail and Breeze. GARDEN SEEDS RECEIVED. Government Sends 7,500 Pounds at Request of Mr. Curtis. Fifty bii; mail sacks, each containing 153 pounds of garden seeds, were unload-.1 fhursday at the supply station cf tin count y commissioners. This supply cf garden seeds. 7,a pound in all. is the gift of tbe department of ntjrhailt are- ef the United S-.ates to tha lined sufferers of Shawnee county and was si cored iom.j the reqiii st of t'onpressnia a ChuTles urtis. The li t includes lettuce, radishes, b.its aud tomato.s. hi ad.iuiea to other a:ities. The eons-it;o,T!ient oin:-j through the I'rilol States mall to Mr. Cur tis, who imneiiiately turned them over xt the county commissioners for tiistribu tie :i among these who tie. d them. It is thought that by plantinF these seeds light away the larrm rs in Hie ri-h Kant valley imiy be able to grow enough lo furnish I la m with that kind of ,rue:s iens for the next few- months. Searching lor Eis Daughter. Beavenworth. Kan., June 2f. William Harris of Mi Louth. Jefferson county, drove into Leavenworth from MeLouth. arriving here at midnight. He stated at po'.i e station that he had received a telephone message from his daughter. Ask far a Moratorium. St. Petersburg, June 2. Finance Minister Witte today received a depu tation from the mercantile community of Kishineff consistiner of two Jew s an 1 a Christian, asking fur a moratorium for bills of exchange and other faeiiitifi rehabilitating the credit of those wh. suffered from the recent events at Kishineff. M. Witte promisd to do ev erything possible to inert the requests. Scald head is an eczema of the scalp very severe sometimes, but it can be cured. Loan's Ointment, quick and per manent in its results. At any drug store, 50 cents. ; THE GREAT HEADACHE CURE SAFE SUBE Fourth of July Rates via Union Pacific One fare plus fifty cents for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 3 and 4, good returning July 7. F. A. LEWIS, C. T. A., 525 Kansas Ave. Phone 53. J. C. FULTON, Depot Agt. Phone 34. "The people of relief bill. They ron.pUment of a many counties ii fered from the ture made an. my county favored a wisheel to return the few vears ago wh"ti in western Kansas suf drought and the legisla appropriation for the farmers of those counties to use in buy ing seed wheat. The money was. loaned through the commissioners of the coun ties and 90 per cent of it has been paid back. Such an appropriation could IDE. L pmm PILLS CURE What People Say: J. R. W. McKride of Indiana polip, Int cf th? Indiana supreme court, says : "They are simply rr, arvtious in their instanti-tue-ous relief-" "Dr. Ml1s ppln Pills nver fail to cure hfRiiache in any form, and I have given them to little chlMrer Tvith the b-st r .'':lts r.nd without nnv ill effects a'tcrwar-.l. "When my riauh'T was confined the v freatly r?Ucvlatd her suffering In fact ive consider them full kr;il tender for any kind of pain." Mrs. William Huberts, Elmwoii'i. IU "Dr. Miles' Pain Pills are a perfect rem edy for pick headnh.-. I a in never with out them." Mary Kun.Tt. Kf-ilev ille. 111. "Dr. Miles Fain Pills rever fail to cure hcidache, paiu in the back of neck, cold ALL KINDS OF PAINS AND ACHES. rains. riPtiralgia. cr In fact any pain. T have taken them with best results, and have given them to others and they never d:.snnrint." Oiihert K. Houser, MiiforU Center. O. "I recommend Dr. Mills' Pnin Pills tr headache or any kind of Pain." K. J. I-ierlif.iztr, teller Commercial bank, Ce kna. O. "Have used P'i!n Pi!1 in my familv witli the best of results. Thev will do all yci claim for them." A. C. Hunton, Ashland. Ill- "I can not speak too highly cf Dr. Mil? Pnin Pi!l.. ap T know them to he a positive cure for headache and neuralgic paiui." Thomas, Drisht, Marcr.su, IV.. "nencral Charles Dick, the emlne-nt ce-..-pr. fsmp.n from the famous Garfl-M ci:. trict 'if Ohio nays: "I believe there is remedy so efficient for headache as Ir. Miles' Pain Pills." Wm. B. Pell, general secretary Hom Frontier and Foreign Missionary society, nf the United Prethren ir Christ. Daton, O.. writes: "I am never without 3 supi? of Dr. Miles' Pain Piiis and derive mosi excellent results from their use.' I. X. Lagrar., elder in the Pr?5hytcri church at Franklin, Ind., has lor.g suffer.! irom chronic neadache, but he says he hf at last found enlace In Dr. Miles' Petis Pills. He says nothing can equal them (fi giving' relief from intense kead&ch m any pain. FAIN PILLS Are a Quick, Safe, Sure and Speedy ! Irritability, Seasickness, Backache, Cure for Pain of any kind. They are ! Rheumatism, Nervousness. Blues, far superior to any remedv ever be- Sciatica, Stomachache, Sleeplessness, fore used for Headache, "Neuralgia, I Dizziness, Periodic, Bearing Down and Ovarian Pains, Etc. Sold by all Druggists. 25 DOSES, 25 CENTS. DR. MILES' MEDICAL CO.. OKhart. Indiana.