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A WOMAN IS IM DEDT.
It fcli-Otfru I'lr e Cents It Worries Heron
aluili ns it I Hitter finio.
Tlio financial InnivellAtts of many
womth Aroeortiliicleil altera plan Which
ili mind of tho avtM&o vnnn Amis dlf
Jlcnll of cmiipralienMori. Debt rests
upon their minds with ft weight Dint Is
npt to l5 In Inrerso ratio to tho nmo tint
InvplveJ. Viva cents Weighs as heavily
tipon their consclanees as S, but when
tho obl!fratl6n mount-! Into tho hurt'
dreds or goes entirely past their power
of liquidation tho burden becomes light
ts summer air and they cast It aslilo
Jauntily. It is In small matters, how
ever, that tho'r peculiarities nro most
noticeable. Mm inalto merry over
their ways at tho soda fountains and
tho fashion of half a dozen of them
walking to the counter upon tho nff
tfestlon of ono nnd taklnff a "Dutch
treat" ach payln.fr for her own gloss.
Their fathlon of disputing over- tho
qucstloi as to which Bhall pay the faro
when "two or thrco pro gathered to
gether" on tho Mrs has also served to
point many Jests.
Hut thero is n phraso of tho matter
that lias escaped the critical masculine
attention. These samo women who
accept tickets and candy nnd car faro
nnd lunches lit the hands of men with
no opprcssivo ncnso of obligation what
ever have a very different feeling
when nnothcr woman pnys tho bill,
l'or some mysterious reason they can
not bear to bo Indebted to other women.
"What do you thlnlc about this?" said
tt well known Indianapolis lady it day
or twoago. "I wasonon IUluols street
ear nnd next to mo was Mrs -, with
lifer arms and a shopping bag full ol
packages. Tho conductor was coming
nnd alio was about to lay down her
bundles nnd explore tho depths of her
bag for a nickel. so to save tronblo I
paid her fare. Sho thanked inn and I
thought nothing more of It till the even
ing, when her servant girl came to my
door and handod mo five cents which
Mrs. said n'ie owed me. Kor n
moment I felt dreadfully Insulted, and
Was on the point of sending back a
hharp message, but t reflected that she
probably meant no offense, lint If she
liad paid my faro I never would have
dreamed of returning It, nnd what
would sho havo thought of me? Just
think of n man sending a message to
his neighbor to pay a live cent street
car debt! Certainly we women nro 'ruin
crecturs'" Indianapolis Journal.
."Are there any Iron springs here?"
nsked ono visitor of another. "Well, I
rather gnus thuc arc. The springs oa
uy bed last wero K)iid." Harper's
flood's Is the Best
Ihc Judgment of Long
Mr. Grant IF. Sarnea
Kldnoy Troublo nnd Hoart Difficulty
"Rlehford, N. Y , Jan. II, 1893.
"Myself and my trite hare taken aereral bot
tles ot Hood's Baraanarilla with cratlfjlnc re
sults. For yearn I hate bad kidney trouble,
urn also lirart tllUlriilljr. I was unable to
Bleep on my left side tor years. Hood a Santa
rmrllla baa done me a rrea t deal of rood. lam
freo from kidney trouble, and can sleep on
either side now, tnanlts to Hood's BarsaparlUa.
My wife has bad a chronic sore throat for more
Hood's s Cures
than twenty years. It always troubled her
more or leas, but far the last six months, since
taktns Hood's baritanarllla. snohaa cot bad a
soro throat except once when sho took a slight
cold. We cheerfully rreommend Hood s barea
tnrilla as ft mod rrlInl!otoed! Ine for the blood
and to build up the system. I consider It ho
bent inedlelne In Ukc." CHANT W lUnNES.
aoort's Pllla arc the best nttcr-dlnner Pills
at digestion, cure bcadarhe. Try a box. 15c.
Eight doctors treated me for Heart
Disease and one for Rheumatism,
6ut did me no good. I could not
speak aloud. Everything that I took
into the Stomrch distressed me. I
could not sleep. I had taken all
'rinds of medicines. Through a
neighbor I got oue of your books.
I procured a bottle of Green's Aug
ust Flower and took it. I am to-day
tout, hearty and strong and enjoy
.lie best of health. August Flower
saved myjife and gave me my health.
Mrs. Sarah J Cox, Defiance, O. 9
OHUANH are wttlioot question the BEST. They
WOHUrStXIIlUlTlONH, and for forty yean
best musicians bare declared them mperior to ail
Don't be hamboKed Into buying; Inferior organ
5 ORGANS m
""'t' hi, whue
the interior, or musical portion the chief thing in
any musical Instrument- 1 unedeuUflcally and
poorly made. In quality of tone and durability they
don't eovpar wtth llcson A Jlamlln UIIUANB,
yet the latter are but Utllt higher In price. That
"the bet U the cheapest" U true of organs an4
pianos If anywhere.
TbeUuon & Hamlin Fumo, constructed cm our
peiu to be-
est improvement In pianos of the century. bend
for Ulusirsted CATA1XKJUES, sent ttta to any ad
dress. Where no dealer is reprcsentlnjr oar Insln.
menls, o sell to tlie public direct from the factory.
H & HAMLIN ORGAN HKO PIAhO CO.,
Trroeit 5t., BjiU nftn Are., Hew York I Wabuk
hi, Cfutijji WjM El., Kutu City.
roir ad 'i-"K'itai
we vlll ttiitl you tr r fmo puuml lKxolonrowa
iiWe nr tlMMtnf ruiiah n jKJtt iit uur inwtm
,At haw rhrMt. but lioir uri und Kowdt1'
UULLIiNti, AtboUE, uFllikY & CO.,
, ICVTOWyvBI OITSf.
flsmnlrs tt rir,.ffKMlf fr nfe'itr'
H'e Offer Vou a Itemeilu
ir hlch nsiirr tiafttu to
lAfa of Mother ana Child,
Kob Conjlinwient of Itt
ftttn, fturror unit MM:.
AflcrutlpximoUMiieof' Methrr's Trlead I
BYi4iiatliiilcMiM anJilia not sp.rit4u that
iHtnts aftfr rl i mI In siirii tasrs.--Urs.
NM(10IC l.J' II JSII l'.Ul,it8b.
N Ljr -p i it prxsad "on rewlrl of
1 1 ir (l .' U- ji: a wMuibfritualtcairse,
(M.Dri:!,i itiiuir.fwu c.,
MM4 KIT aU DHVWim,
LAMPS AND SHADES.
The Fashionable Womon of To
Day Abjuro Gnu.
Some of the Newest nnd Most I'opalar
l'atlerns for Shades The I'aTorlte
Shape .Tntt Mow Seems to
He the l's;oila.
Tlicro Is no question of household
(esthetics tnoro carefully conslilercil
nowrutnys by tho fnslilonablo hostess
than that of artificial light. Tho glaro
of jf lnss Is doomed by her to bo very In
harmonious with artistic and luxurious
Rurroundtns, belnp only appropriate,
according to hor Ideas, for halls nnd
ofllccs- Sho tnbooos It entirely from
her drawlnrr-room, rolls It with sllh
shades In tho dining-room, and uses It
under protest In tho family bedrooms,
Insisting, howorcr, on was candles nnd
shaded lamps In her own room nnd
boudoir. A chandelier Is to her nn ab
horrence, nnd whero hor ballrooms
nnd reception-rooms nro so Tory lnrtro
that eras la a nrcesslty, sho uses brnclc-
cts mado to slmulato candles or dummy
lamps, with gas pipes creeping up In
side, nnd tho jot concealed by shades,
or tulip-formed globes of colored or
"Mrs. has brought out tho love
liest set of shades from l'arlsl" Is an
exclamation often heard, nnd tho
greatest Interest Is taken In tho last
new fashion In this direction. Thcso
articles do luio nro very expensive
Over on the other sldo a modoratc
sized shade ofgood materials costs from
310 to S20; for chenp finery on a shado
Is just as objcctlonnblo as on a gown.
Common laco and t ibbons will spoil
tho effect of any shades, whllo a cheap
sllh that Is half cotton never looks
well when lighted. Many ladles havo
become) qulto expert slim'-Tjakers; but
whllo Jt Is qulto possible for nn
amateur to copy successfully tho best
examples. It is by no means as easy as
it looks, as It requires tho greatest
neatness nud finish, any bungling or
slipshod work becoming dreadfully
apparent when subjected to the search
ing light rt tho lamp within. It Is
very Important that each phaso of tho
work should bo thoroughly finished
before the next Is begun. Ilcfore be
ginning, therefore, with tho shade,
tho framo should bo first covered with
thin slllt of tho samo color, stitched
neatly over tho wire, and all flutlngs,
plnltlngs or ruchlngs should bo made
qulto separate from tho frame, and
tacked beforehand to just tho slzo re
quired. In sowing on, th stitches
should bo very small, but ns few as
possible Edges, too, should bo turned
In as liltlo as possible, as otherwise
they look rough when tho lamp Is
lighted. If bows or rosettes are used,
tho rcquisito number should all be
mado before sewing In any ono, so
that they may bo compared and found
to bo exactly alike. Although all this
mlnutlno may seem unimportant, It in
In details such as thcso that tho great
difference lies between amateur and
Wo givo in tho accompanying sketch
several of the newest and most popu
lar patterns for shades. Tho favorito
shape just now is tho pagodn, which
has quite superseded tho umbrella
form, which used to bJ so popular. Its
picturesque contortions nro much
easier to cover than the flat circle or
dome l'ink Is a color frequently used,
on account of Its clear, becoming light;
but tho warm shades of amber and
malzo are also very popular, and whero
not a great deal of light is needed red
Is a delightful color for a shade. Pale
greet, is very harmonious with deli
cate hangings, but has the great dis
advantage of being distinctly unbe
coming. Tho fashion of keeping a
lamp In tho room In the daytime,
which, by tho way, is quite an Ameri
can custom, complicates the question
of shades not a little, for It Involves
not only tho consideration of tho har
mony of the surroundings, but a
bedizened laco and silk affair, which
looks very well and gives a soft, pretty
light at night, but which has a gaudy,
meretricious appearance when sub
jected to tho searching light of day.
Certainly nothing Is mora ugly ur In
worse tasto than a number of light,
flbnsy concoctions composed of gauze
and laco filling up every corirjr, and
mr.ktng themselves obviously felt In
tho room, and when It Is possible both
lamp and shado should bo banished
until tho time comes for lighting Of
late years, howorcr, lamps havo be
come component parts of tho orna
mentation of tho homo beautiful, and
aro frequently not only too heavy, but
too Intrinsically valuable to bo moved
hither and thither It such cases,
thcroforo, tho shade must necessarily
bo adapted to the general coloring and
scheme of decoration. Indeed, it would
bo qulto possible to havo day fahados as
well as night shades, which might
solvo tho difficulty satisfactorily. N.
Ilotr to Was!) the Hair.
rorwashlng the hair, particularly
tuch ns Is Inclined to bo oily, nothing
la better than tho common hard soap of
the kitchen A woman who has used
it frequently herself and seen Its be no
il ts tested In othsr casos proscribes It
with strong faith. "Mnko a strong
suds," sho says, "rub It quickly on the
hair and wush It off again at once.
ftcr that, uny scented soap or wnsh
may bo used In the tray of un ordinary
"Why, Johnny, what mado yon late
this morning?" asked tho school-teacher
of a weo boy In hilts.
"Had to cat my supper."
"'Supper' In the morning, Johnny?
Oh no, you forget; now what's tho first
meal yo J cat every morning?"
"Oat-m?al'" replies Johnny; Mthnt
wlmt.l cats for my supper every morn
ing!" Harper's Vounj I'ooplo.
Ills Suspicions i;iclU d, ,
Mr. UIllus Maria, do you know any
thing about tho habiib of tho nw po
liceman on this block?
Mrs. IIIJIub Xb. How should I?" Do
you know anything alout him?
Mr Illlltts All I know In that tho
grocery bills nro about twjco ni big as
they used to Ikj. I suspect him of be
ing a vegetarian.--Chicago Tribune,
He Wanted to Know,
"Now, remember," said tho school
teachor, "a contagious disease ts one
rou can catph."
U u tpuuleluif n dlscaso?' asked
No: horv rldlculotusl"
"Wf 1, 1 of Ua outsit MwV-Trutk
Be on your Guard.
If some grocers urge another baking
powder upon you in place of the "Royal,"
it is because of the greater profit upon it
This of itself is evidence of the supe
. riority of the "Royal." To give greater
profit the other must bo a lower cost
powder, and to cost less it must be made
with cheaper and inferior materials, and
thus, though selling for the same, give
less value to the consumer.
To insure the finest cake, the most
wholesome food, be sure that no substi
tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted
Nothing can be substituted for
the Royal Baking Powder
and give as good results.
Trades That Affect the Troth.
Quicksilver miners follow tho most
unhealthy trade In tho world. Tho
fumes of tho mercury produce constant
salivation nnd the system becomes per
meated 1th the metal, tho teeth of the
unfortunate men drop out, they lose
their appetite, become, emaciated and
ns n rule seldom livo longer than two
years. Chloride of lime, employed by
bleachers, frequently destroys tho en
amel and dcntlno of tho teeth. Hut
phosphorous, used so largely In tho
manufacture of luclfcr matches, nlTects
n very largo number of persons, women,
girls nnd childron greatly preponderat
ing. People who work In soda factories
are alTcctcd by the teeth becoming soft
and translucent; they break oil eloso
to the gums. Dr. IIcs.sc, of Lclpstc,
states that bakers ore likely to suffer
from carious teeth on account of tho
flour entering the mouth during work,
collecting on and nround tho teeth,
whore it decomposes and generates an
ncld destructive to tho dentine.
SIOO Itewnril, SIOO.
Tho readers of this paper will bo pleased
to learn that thero Is at least one dreaded
disease that sclenco boa been able to cureln
ell Its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh (Jure lathe only positive euro now
known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh
being u constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. 11 all's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly
uporvtbe blood kml mucous surfaces of tho
svitcrn, thereby destroying tho foundation
of tho disease, and giving tho patient
strength by building up tbo constitution
and assisting naturo in doing Its work. Tbo
proprietors have ao much faith In its cura
tivoponers, that they offer Ona Hundred
Dollars or any rasa that It fails to cure.
Bend for list of Testimonials.
Address, F. J. CIIKNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
t3br"Sold by Druggists, 73c.
"In abort, 2C Is a great personage. (Sup
pose I address blia: My honored master'!"
"'onsensol a scamp like thatl" "Say,
what would you pull'' "I should simply
write! 'My dear colleague.' " Lo Journal
I'ortane Seeking Kmlernnts.
Many a poor family that seeks tho west
ern wilds In tho hope of winning a fortune,
Is preserved from that Insidious too ot the
emigrant nnd Irojticrsman- chills and lo
ver by Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Bo
effectually decs that Incomparable medic
inal defenso fortify tho sysu-m against the
combined Influence of a malarious atmos
phere and miasma-tainted water, that pro
tected by It tho pioneer, tho miner or the
tourist provided with it, may safely encoun
ter the danger.
"Whit makes Soapsuds cbareo you double
price for your laundry workt" "Hecause
my clothes are not largo enough to lit any of
tbo other customers."
Fnunxtss and purity are Imparted to the
complexion by Glenn's Sulphur Boap.
Uul's Uair and Whisker Dye, ioc.
"I TnoconT Tompkins had given up using
tobacco!" "Ho has; he only smokes tbu
cigars his wife gave him for bis birthday "
CEzenau's Pills aro a painless and effect
tal remed) for all bilious disorders. SSccnts
r box. Kor salo by nil druggists.
Hai.r tbo tlmo when a man Is considered
had at heart It Is his liver Instead.
A rVROR Oysters on (lie ball shell. N.
a aawaaa aaasa a.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, May St
CATTLK-Ilesl beeve I 4 61 & 8 a
Mockers 19) ft 4
Katlre cows 2 5) 8 4 00
HOGS-Uood to choice hear., in 7 K',
WHEAT-No. Z ret 1 ft 6S
Xazhard U ft U!(
COItN-No. z mixed it a U
OATS-No. S mixed WH
ItVE-Kat M e l
FLOUU-l'atent, per sack .... I T5 ft 1 10
Fancr 10) Oil)
HAY Choice tlmotbr IU ft 9 00
Fancj prairie 7 00 ft S CO
nnAtf. a & (a
IIUTTKIt-Cholce creamery.,.. B ft a
CIIKEbK-FuU cream It ft lttf
KOaS-Choko 10 I0H
CATTLE Katiies and shipping SCO ft 4 40
Texana. 375 ft 4 10
HOOS-lIeary 800 ft 7 o)
SHEEP-Falr to choice 4 0) ft S S3
FLOUIt-Cholce J 10 ft J ti
WHEAT-No 2 red. W ft JJ,
CORN Ko. z mixed. 3)iO U
OATS- No. 5 mixed 31 ft J:K
nVE-Na S (9 ft 80
I1UTTE It Creamery ft M
LARD -Western steom IS U ft!0 37$,
IOItIC 2I3S fttl M
CATTLE Common to prima . & to ft 6 00
HOas-Paeklnir and snipping.. 0 6) ft 7 M
SIIEEI'-Falr to choice 4 3) ft i a
FLOUll-Wlntcr wheat 3 2) ft 38)
WHEAT-No. 2 red. 71 ft 7IK
(WHN-No.2 4t),ft 41 X
OATS-No. 2 30M a)H
UYE 67 ft M
IIUTTEH-Creamery 2) ft 3)
LAKD II 21itlU 43
POItlC 5)64 JJtt
CATTLE Katlre ateers 31) ft 4 89
HOaS-CIood to choice 0 CO 770
FLOUR-Oood tocbolca 3 00 ft 4 43
WHEAT No. S red 7)ft 77l
CORN-Na oiij ui(
OATS Weatern mixed XiiH S
HUTTER-Creamerjr SO ft 2u),
PORK-Meaa. 17 60 22 10
DON'T BE FOOLED
by the dealer who
brings out some
thing else, that
navs him better.
) UJJk and says that It Is
"jiwi as goou.
y m Doctor Pierce'
Jtr I Dlseoverv Ii nuar.
V -aP anlttd. If It don't
! VU1V, U
i ovirir rase, vnii
havo your money back. No other medl
clno of Its kind is to certain and effective
that It can bo sold so. Is any other
Ukoly to be "Just an good"?
As a blood-clcautcr. flesh-builder, nnd
strength-restorer, nothlug can equal tho
"Dlicovery.'' IW not like tho saraapa
rlllas. or ordinary "iprlug medicine."
At all seasons, and In all easel, Jt puri
ties, Invigorates, and builds up tho whole
yatoin. For every blood-taint aud
disorder, from a common blotch or erup
tion, to tho worst scrofula, It Is a perfect,
pennaiwuti gwrMtctQ remedy.
Ws tfj I I
Ant Pathos "Only thrcehundrcd franca
for a ircnutno Hcmbrandt, snd so well pro
served, too, that It is really very cheap.
What does the picture represent!" Broker
"Can't Ton seel Tho battlo of Bcdan, per
Baccol" Mondo Umorlstico.
m i i
AntTot reasoning nla mode do Dumas
acrlbed tollosslnl "I don't llko spinach,
and it ts very fortunate I don't, becauso It I
did llko it I should cat It, and I can't endure
To Cleanse the Hrstem
Effectually yet gently, vrlion costlvo or
bilious or when tho blood Is Impure or slug
gish, to permanently euro habitual coustipu
lion, toawuleen tho kidneys nnd liver to a
healthy activity, without Irritating or weak
enine tbem. lo dlsnot headaches, colds or
fevers, uso Byrup of Figs.
Mrs. PRtMLBT "Florence, you must pro
sent mo to tho gentleman jou aro engaged
to." Florence (to her sister) "Dollle, go
quick and ask mamma what his namo Is."
The Santa l' ltnute
is the Ideal lino for your trip to Chicago
this summer, Thlrty-slx mile shorter than
any other lino botweca Kansas City and
Chicago. No crossln gs at grade, fast time,
palatial vcstlbulcd trains, freo chair cars,
depot In Chicago In heart of city, rales as
low as anybody and accommodations bet
ter. Any additional Information desired
will bt furnished upon application to
OtonOK W. UinENBrcii. P. &. T. Agenr,
Santa Fa llouto, Kansas City, Mo.
"What wonderful self-command Jones
possesses " "What did ho dot" "Met a
man with a terrible cold and left him with
out suggesting a remedy."
Mrs. lltxoo "What 4ocs a silent partner
mean, dearl" Blniro "That's n term, my
lore, thai I don't think It would be possible
to explain to you." Detroit Freo Press.
It Is easier for n man to find his own namo
in a newspaper when it Is thero than it is
for blm to locate a double-leaded article with
a scare-head. Puck.
Mamma "Well, did you get homesick tho
least bltl'' Iiennle "Ko; thero was a par
rot there that scolded just like you, and I
wasn't lonely once."
As Arulo It IsdilUcnlt to persuade an Indl
vldual uho rides u hobby that bo had better
Unto a Wklk. Ulixzard.
A rtnsox may bo completely carried away
by a balloon and yet not really enjoy it. In
JUST A LITTLE
pain neglected, may become
. . , LUMBAGO.
Just a little
may make a cripple.
Just a little
may make serious Inflammation.
Just a little
may make an ugly scar.
Just a little
will get a bottle of
ST. JACOBS OIL.
A PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURE
Years of Comfort against Years
of Pain for
JU8T A LITTLE.
A copy of the "Offielsl Portfolio of the
World s Columbian Exposition," descriptive
of bslldlnzs and crounds, beantlfnUy Illus
trated In wster color effects, wilt b sent to
any address upon receipt of ioc. In postage
stamps by Tiik Ciustta A. Vocxuta Co.,
Directly opposite entrance
to World's Fair Grounds
Within 300 feet of the
OOthSt. Depot I.C. R.R.
One-half block from
OUR EXPOSITION MAP AND PAMPHLET BENT FREE
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOgo SHOULD BE U8ID in EVERY KITCHEN.
Kaaav-aVsVkAI rssrs M 1
DO MOT BE DFCEIUFn
with TAttr. KnatrnMn, and Pilnti which lUla
thbanln,lnjurt thslrorvnnrl burnred.
The llUItm Hun H.ota I'd II Mi It imflJnt,OrlPr
l.Iarable, nnd theconiuroff mm lor no tin
or rUm puck Age with ever? pntrliHK
T MlLOItr.ll PI. VI Ml.
iixiui utrsT rm ua irif
CJ" Orift It sr mr Kt fnWa
vifl SI t-af fcr I.t.l nnbr t
H.J. UlilISK. I'.bU.h.r,
Ulji.t llllhBU.Nw Vork
aonuiu inis rans nvr umim nvk
Positively euro Bilious AUacku, Con
stipation, Sick-Headache, etc.
25 cents per bottlo, at Drug Stores.
Writo for samplo doso, free
J. F, SMITH & G0."'f!ew York.
i i i i-
a carton of
a carton of
uesirs ot mutilans.
RntimUl Tta p
iuil&eatnrlsii'rve. OtanuJiTut 1V iXhHL.H.Y.
l' Utter vfctilrTat Noitarvtef
Untofl (fry jt
O, , IV. I. hN IlKIt, M. II, .llall Dept. l,
-oVlcL.cir'-'J'lmntor. Olilcnuo. ILL.
Tbswrfi rani. M4 U U UDMi
DON'T FORGET ,Jl.i
jrmau. ot Tiflln,OUlo, uiak. nrtl.iis llsrlilner
end Tools for Boring and DRILLING WELLSs
w-auis run rirta.m am, ,n nu.
'fl Mornhino Habit Cured In 10
i liars. Nn mr tilt cured.
1 1)11. 1. rrt).I-Hh.N. Lebaaon. OUo.
arxtxi rail ru ta mn u. t w
WHEN WItlTl.NUTO AI)t EUTISLIIS PLCISK
t.U 11 at r .aw th. AdvrrtlMnc.t la tals
e . . iLyvsrr-.
v ConsaraptlTea and people U
U wbohaTe wesklongsor Aitb-H
C nil, iUoaUnw PitoiCor. for
R Consumption. It bss eared H
yn tbousand. It bss notlnlar-H
Helon. It Is not bsd to take, H
Efl It ntbe b'jitcooihsrrap. H
JQ Bold eTtrrnhere. 83e. fj J
A. N. K.- D
Next You BUY a Pieco
of CHEWING TOBACCO
Horse Shoe Plug
NO BETTER TOBACCO MADE,
Built of Steel Deamsand Fire-proof
Tile. Only three stories high
Absolute security against fire
Each room completely furnished
Light, airy. Comfortable rest as
sure J. European Plan
$2.00 per Day
For each person, two persons In a
room. No Motel Extortion
Rooms may now be secured by
mall or telegraph
Chas. E. Leland
Sixtieth St. & Madison Ave.
X4 ooeupjia; mow sfac thaa th
fast follonlnf vUl bo Interim at t.W
mt year. Tho if rtlkt f men oiolff
larKt or small herds Ii that It p7 io
Urertlst tho brands.
TV t. nnMNV.
Clarutnore, Ind. Tor.
b. Ii. WAGnDOnRMQ,
P. O.. Vinlta, I. T.
seh tar, nnd.r
tlilnrljlil. It a n t on
east or llol.ss
I. It LIP. hL
W. H. NODIiES,
nii r oir-rop
Hants. fcssd I
Ulf UHi, O. X.
b, b. rnA-srann,
Fostoffloa, Vinlta, Ind. Tor.
Lr I lartl
wlrt la tltt.
f'atlls r taia
t tar taly.
ails aa Cskla
Chouteau, Ind. Tcr.
Clrclsonn.ek.eltli.r U on riant sldn left
ildei O H "Ids orsr-robbeJ
nip Cons on neeki y on slils anit hlpi sum;
brsail.J V oh o on If fl side lion, brand C It
an l.ft shonlder or tliljli Itaots on Chpot.au
snd Pryor creeks 19-"
" OEOROB W. OliAHE
roitoflloo.Vlnlta, Indian Territory'
amoota crop lai
J. left ear. .sill la
i k Ilsn(sa Prr
s ataai.U, t-M
n. n. TAYLon,
rostoQlca Vinlta, I. T.
' Bmota eropni
sail tfui ib to.
'fh . .
eom. eattl. la
It.n;. aa im.
ail cr.sk, r.al
tallea a. f Tk)
P. O. Vinlta, Ind. Tor.
AUo soma branded
under biopa In
rach earl rang.
"HZ St rlrer, t e 1 r a
uiiui west ot Cbolsea.
O. TO. UAT3KJ,
Postofflco SallsiL, Indian Territexyi
tad ardtr bit
taaa or ...
I tax star. t
.ff Raan t
Mmo 1 aM.ilaal.tli
.bt brus4 i V f.ia si.
r a. AiiLEN,
" f IUn ctt th.
492atai t oaho rtr.i
mr'T--'i elr ,Iie mouus
rjHgM of Cow creek.
mpoJ ot rtjttl
Pryor Creole, Ind. Ter.
Soma ateers branded
atrlpe acroia tbe nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop and split earn ear
Range near 1'rjor
F. B. SMITH,
tween U I a
oreo k and
l.ennpali, t. u.
O. P. WILWAMS.
Miami, I. T.
M a r k i
Falrland, Ind. Tor.
aid. tins, crop
ami apllt a
ili'l'.lnt.ft Hang, soalb
west of lila..
Jsck.t, Ind T.r
W. P. niNao,
Nowata, I T
iioih uii -on
bit t.ri , crop
and em bit
tha cross I' on
and nnd.r- ."" Jonb.
bit l.ai smooth crop I. It.
Cattle sold only for tfilptnen
! crcra near
JOHN8TONH & KBBLHtt,
lloHIt'HVlllo, 1 T.
ton right sMenoint
har th. bir J
on rigm uur ith
I out Ibe cross Vsri
I Tf ira i ff
ul ud ksTtsaf aiMks. -
tS 1 dtiivajcjCtit Zrj
j7 As 3mJ? Li!
I Vas?i tritVs5r5 1
J. o. JNJfAJr,
A4lr, India Tyrlfarr.
J. T. M'BPADDWf,
lrtrco at Ohelwav, IndlMi Tar.
L . t
O. V. IIOOBR0,
Claremoro, Ind. Ter.
oa left lota
I bsroa l.rt
I hip, Xaas
I said sic.pl
P. O. Vfnlt'a, Indian Torritory.
Urflu sod iplll
rsaded J B oa
Jio torn. J oa
aft law, B a
Ida, E on hid.
.IU. w.t. .
, WUI psr tM 00 r.wsrd for eourl.it.a aaj d
a at.allag an aolnsl la tkla prsnd.
Chelsea, I. T.
Strip, aeross tk.
kf.rki Croo off tka
. (Ti ,,.. l.rt mm.
.Ivh nnd.Nlnni In
iCrWRsit Itsnr. fonr ratles
Four Mtlo, I. T.
Itinre on Tonr MO.
K) nllts soutbenst o
Cke opa, Kan. Vsrk
split in right r
llorse brand, Uonlef
HouiJer. No co ttli
old txoept for ship
Vinlta, Ind. Tei.
ta IWI ind a I
a rrtxk r.tw
t tatf .tral.
Chelsea, Ind. Ter.
liinc-i Ksrtk el
J B. CAMPBELL,
All'iure, Ind. Ter.
Z on lid. C
Hnrcrs C on
left should at
J. K. ORUTOHPIELD,
Pom. brand, t VI oa
left tlilei other, ban
?X S on right side
ell ear ernbL.1i un.
dribit In tight llsagi
Irn mllri soalb of Clar.
Prjor Cii't'k, Ind, Ter.
Ring. 1 mils, wes
or rrjor Creek, Ind
I'olnt of l.ft hori
tswrd off. 1131
Vinlta, I. T.
Uruii off th. left sir,
nnderblt In right.
Itange north and .ill
llorta brand: O T
Poat-Oflice Claremore, Ind, Ter.
IL right sld.i
Poitoffice Vlnita, Ind, Ter.
Zar mark, er.p.tr l.l)
nd crep sad asdtis
csaraa a araadafa
C'oodjslllttU, Ind, Tor.
flAma lir.mla s ..
Irlt hnilM.r .
M X "n )il Pangs
'ii cancieei. spriDBt
'itiioa, ln-l. Ter
ii I fiat hlva i. .
joint or right hip ho ii
righV ni eiop
llsng. nn Kointnjr
'"k ,.? nation
Nn csttla sold eieent
mcli 13 M
nr lnlla tloo
nflllfftglf 11.1. i.b.a
n x oiH.r,?',i
aawaw B o fKffJI&UmIi al
aav WwrK?fr I f
-sj Zi i iaijnJi iOaa.
" ---JMiV't i'7irr!kv-
aC"feg Ksft nir, " " nil i
,ft 8, O. WILLS,
Vlnlla, IndUit ('trrfiory.
l . O on esrhlilp bone i
PZJff3 tume data mm on l.rt
TSSa) ,!'1 "lEa crop
TiLlSill ir'L Whin
amULtf Unk.stieii miles sonth
tMRrJl writ nr Vlnlia tloo
J, O, HALL.,
Vlnlia, Ind an Tnnllory.
iimira An Curl ercek.
vi reward ror coiitIo
tlon of Ihert or these
ST. IIIIIIMAN, I'lictopa, Kan.,
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
The largest stork In sonthern Kansas.
WOOD & MKTAMO COFFINS.
Practical Kmbalmer. Telegraph orders at
navaroueeeo. P.Tangalist 7olfe'i new papsrl
. Dotou wantabrlaht,
LDllllil Ui lUl uospei papr, pud
Oospel paper, put-
Indbtn Kattout Bubacrtba for ' Jobnlhrae-Blg.
i sueu n id Laaroin
laen." unig un I
r,u aildr.is "Jobi
per r. bpeolmea eopl.a
tree. Addteis "John Threa-Slxteaa" Oa, Via-
IU, tlb.rokM Nation. lu.l Ter
Do jou know tht tho tldo of Immigration la
turning to the
southwest:3: texas p"'n
Vltnss tho phenomenal growth within tho
rnst year of
Vclasco, North (lalvcton, La Porto,
WlndtltoMt, and other colo
nies along the line or
And do you know that tha
eonncetliu?. as It di.ee, St Iiu'a, Kansas Cltr,
Cnlcsgo. tbo produetlro plains anl prair
ies ot Missouri Kansar nnd the In
dlan territory with
Dcnlson. jhcrmtn, Dallas Port Worth. Waxaa
hachl. Hlilsboro, Waco. Temple, Helton,
Taylor. Q nearlllo. Henrietta, Auatln,
San Anlcnlo, Houatcn and
The Orcat Cotton Belt of Texas
affords comfcrts and c mvenlencs to its patrona
uneoialledty any other soUTIiwgST MSB,
being tho uKt.r i.ine la lbs tooth-
nest runn ng tho
Unrivaled Wagner I'alace Sleeping and Par
ler Cars and
Tree Reclining Chair Can On All Trains.
Kor f irih r Information aa to rales, routes,
map. time lablie, al tplngcaraccommodatlona,
etc . tall on or audress .
A. fAULKNUU, aen. IMas. & Ticket A'gt
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Itillway System.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
O. X. HBOTOn,
Gea TlcUot Ageal fur Kinsis and Indian Ter.
Solid Through Trains
rrom Kansas City ,o Chicago,
Si. Joseph, Denver,
St. Paul and fiiinnsapolli.
... . v"t"
Vt.tiliuleil urnnliic llooiu Bleeping; Car,
Iteellnlna; ( lialr Cars (S.at. Free).
Throusli Cloeplns Cars From
TEXA8 POINTS Via HANNIBAL to
Via Ml4c?iL Kansas & Texaa Hallway and
Chicago, Iturllngton & (Julncy It IL
Onlr One Changs of Cara to
vTHE ATLANTIC COAST-.
AND EASTERN POINTS.
4Tralna Daily Datwe.n ST. LOUIS, ST. M
PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. L
Sleeping Car St. Louie to Orroha.
D. O. IVES, II. C. ORR,
Oea l'iu, A Tit A'gL Ass. Oea Pas. A'g
ST. LOUIS, MO. ICAN.CITY, MO
C It It AT
fANSAS OITY, 0
Omaha, Puoblo & Donver.
rallnjn Enit Slteplnjt Can u& 7m
nEOLTNnro oixais oaas
ST. LOU 10 AMD WICHITA.
II. O. TOWNSEND,
onrni ri senger I
A. D. CUBINE.
Uaaufaeturar of and deal.r la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Does all kinds of boot nl
loo trork, rnaraBtceiRg a If
and satlgractlon In OTCrr re
ipccL Fartlcs dcalrlng trorlli
can cend tkolr names and ad!
drosses and will rocclre a circa
lar rjriTinu fall directions liow ta
nicasuro tho foot,
J. TT. CDBIKE, fortius, feu doaa
otlilnp elio for years and Is f Irbj M
ler MtltTaelJon la tie boot batlae Um
in tuaa In the West.
DIE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0U1S.
THE BT. LOUI8 KATIOWAIj
Located at Kaat lt,I.oal, IH-i
Dlreotly oppoalto tho otty of Bt. Iul
Uuyort for all iloacrlptlon of Lire Btotl
ulwayg la attendance, and wllhlntuj
routtdt of thu BiooU Yard U 7J
Cminlnir f3omnanv. ulth a oanaoltf 'Of
ilaturbttirlnir 1.000 hood of tuaito &)l
wia fork I'aok'lrtif EsUbllahtnoaU wlW
LmniAlIu ln..l.i,nl,ln.V ininY) hoM
r '"V. rulaaBaaaBawi'
.. yv..j .w. .i.u ,.v, lua .,v - .m
'llJAAO H. XKOX, Prdtj