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KANSAS STATE NEWS.
The Kickapoo Indian reservation in Kansas has been surveyed into eighty acre tracts for i lbtmenU Governor Humphrey will go to Ohio to attend the reunion of his old regi ment at Massillon, but he will not make any speeches, and will take no part in the Buckeye canvass. Lawrence. Journal: That times arc hard in Kansas ia well illustrated by the fact that two leading citizens of Independence had trouble over a game, the limit to which was 25 cents. The first sample of Kansas sugar tested this year at the chemical la ora tory at Fort Scott, came from the Medicine Lodge factory and ' was found to contain 90 per cent of glucose. This grade entitles the factory . to govern 'ment bounty.' The national headquarters of the Sons of Veterans, which have be located in Topeka for the past year were moved last week to New York City, where the new commander-in-chief, Barlow S. Weeka, and Adjutant General It. Tobias and Quartermastor General J. V. B. ClarkBon will take charge. Desirous of extending the purposes, as well as knowledge, concerning the Ottawa Chautauqua assembly, the management has decided to maintain in the Assembly Herald hereafter to be published as u monthly, a depart ment of social science, with Mrs. ftoble S. Prcntis of Newton, in charge. The report of the warden of the'state penitentiary to the auditor of stute shows the expenditures for the month of August to have been $11,702.07 and the receipts $8,049.03. Expenditures oyer receipts, $3,653.04. The amount of coal supplied to state institutions and sold during the month was 11 1,(58 1 bushels. The whole amount of coal mined at 'the penitentiary since the opening of the mines at that institution is 13, Kit), 490 bushels. The name Emporia, which is Dome by one of the prettiest towns in Kan sas, was suggested by G. W. Brown, a Pennsylvanian who settled in Lawrence in an early day. His native town was called Emporium, a word which signi fies a trade center. In the entire world thero are but three cities besides Em poria, Ks., bearing the same name one in Nebraska, one in Florida and one in Virginia. It is needless to add that the Kansas Emporia is the best town in the lot, and is a credit to its name. Kansas City Star. The new bank law of Kansas goes into effect September 21st, and there after the banks that are not operating under a national bank charter, will be under the supervision o? Charles F. Johnson, the state bank examiner. Some interesting facts concerning the Erogres6 of bank matters in Kansas ave been gleaned from Mr. Johnson, who states that up to date 14.) banks have complied with the law. Charters for new banks and for a re-organization of old ones under the new law arc pourinjr into the office of the secretary of 6tate in large numbers daily to be tiled for record. It has been estimated that tho farm ers ot Kansas will not receive less than $250, 000,000 for their products this .year. That may be a little steep, but to be perfectly safe, put the amount at $150,000,000 and then think of what that amount of money will do how much indebtedness it will pay; how many mortgages it will wipe out; how many improvements it will make; how much it will buy in the way of comforts and necessities which the farmers need. Kansas is going to get squarely on her feet this year and everybody is glad, because she has been so plucky and has so cheerfully taken the risks and as sumed the hardships which were nec essary in the work of developing the state. Kansas City Star. Frof. F. H. Snow's scheme of exter minating chinch bugs by artificial in fection has been introduced in Missouri. In a letter received at the university recently from EL J. Walters, professor of agriculture in the Missouri College of Agriculture, a partial report of the experiments conducted in the Stato is made. Eighty per cent of these are favorable, and of the rest some are doubtful owing to carelessness in fol lowing directions and inattention in muking.obsorvation. One oi the far mers, in reporting the result of his experiment to Prof. Walters, speaks as follows: "I used the infected material with best success' I think it is a great blessing to the farmers of Missouri that you are taking up this matter, and I am more than thankful for the beucfit I have received." "August Flower" For Dyspepsia; A. Bellanger, Propr. , Stove Foun dry, Montagnjr, Quebec, writes: "1 have used August Flower for Dys pepsia. It gave me great relief. I recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a very good remedy." Ed. Bergeron, ,GeneraJ,. Dealer, Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I have used August Flower with the best possible resul for Dyspepsia." C. A. Barrington, Engineer and General Smith, Sydney, Australia, writes: "August Flower has effected a complete cure in my case. It act ed like a miracle." Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes: ' ' I consider your August Flower the best remedy in the world for Dys pepsia. I was al.-iost dead with that disease, but used several bottles of August Flower, and now con sider myself a well man. I sincerely recommend this medicine to suffer ing humanity the world over." G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A. 'Improvement the Order of the Age." The Smith Premier Typewriter. The Smith Premier Typewriter has met with universal favor becauselt has Interchangeable , v.in iY,a nwnitnr to do the work of two machines on one; because ithas a duplex RIBBON MOVEMENT; Oecause 11 uu oait.iv- ings: because Ithas a perfect and perma . . Yuamiisa all the tvoe are denned in ten seconds without soiling the finger; because tne worn can nun oat raising; the carriage; because It is a mod ern machine, and ia the acme of perfect!. n. Send for illustrated catalogue. ltd w th St . Kansas CItv. Mo. A. C. PENNIMAN ft SON, Ajsts., GEO. F. MACK AY, R. R. & Steamship Ticket Broker (Member American TicKei uroners ass n;. Correspondence Solicited. Railroad Tickets bought and sold. FORT SCOTT, KAS., and JOPLIN, MO. Reform In Men's Dress. Mies Kate Field is in receipt of a hys teric ietter from a New Yorker who signs himself "Eezrednad,'' asking nay, begging her to institute a reform in men's dress. Eezrednad dislikes the conventional dress suit for men because it has become the distinctive dress of the waiter and servant He says that a movement should be made looking to the introduction of a suitable dress for waiters other than a gentleman's dress suit; and he pleads to the ladies to take the matter in hand and insist upon a reformation. She replies through her paper as follows: "Women have enough to do to reform themselves. So long as they sweep the streets with their skirts and otherwise show a total lack of sense and cleanliness in their attire, it ill be comes a pot so much blacker than the kettle to labor with a stronger vessel. If. however, gentlemen would return to the knee-breeches of their grandfath ers, they never could be mistaken for their own waiters. Moreover, this change of garb would revolutionize manners and carriage. Trousers have made men careless as to physique and grace. Put them in knee-breeches and make them no longer ignore their calves or the importance of a manly gait and the deportment which should accompany a fine figure picturesquely clothed. Perhaps this is the reason they cling so persistently to the hideous but secretive pantaloon." The Boy to Blame. Lady Customer 'That pair of slippers I bought of you a short time ago have worn out" Clerk "Bad Leather, ma'm? "No; bad boy." ru.u Ask for Dr. Rudd's Remedeis. (TAKE NO OTHER.) Dn. Rpdd'3 Vegetable Liter Relief, for disorders of the- Liver. , OR. R HDD'S KIDNI'Y and rheumatic cure. For all Kidney Troubles and Rheumatism. Dr. Rudd's Neuralgia am Pain Cure, Cures all Pains and Aches. Db, Rtdd's Celebrated Flux - peciflc, sure cure for Flux. Dlarrhooa.&o Dr. Rudd's Genuine Cough Syrup, Instant oure for Coughs and colds dr. rudd'sckkam toilet Soap, Cures all Skin Diseases. For raw surfaces on children It has no equa. Die Rcdd's Cough Car y, a delicious Confection. Cures Coughs, Colds and Croup instantly. Manufactured bt thr CHERRYVALE Ref. Cherry vale National Bank. MEDICAL CO., Cherry vale, Kansas. U. 0. DALE-TIE MACHINE. Makes a complete tio with one movement of the lever. Saves 40 per cert, in cost of bale ties. No delay in waiting for ties; make them yourself. 8000 in use. U. S. HAY PRESS SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicians. Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists. Real Estate! I have a large amount of un incumbered REAL ESTATE In the City of Fort Scott, Kan sas that I will trade for Desirable Farm Prop erty, Horses or Cattle, or STOCKS OF GOODS. I have good property and will give a good trade Call on or address OSCAR RICE, Fort Scott, - - - ISarusas. PILES! FISTULA! And all other DIREASES OF THE RECTUM Cured by Drs. THORNTONS & MINOR, of Kansas City, Mo., without knife, ligature or caustics. NOMOMBYtobe paid until patient is cured, we also make a specialty oiaiseasos of women and diseases of the skin. Beware of all doctors who want any part of their fee in odvance either in cash or by note. In the end you will find them expensive luxuries. Send lor circular giving names oi uuuuwa mi imis been cured by us. Office No. too West Ninth Street. Rooms JO, 31 and 33 Bunker Building. pyName this paper every time you write. wAWY LAD Yean get a valuable secret that cost iuoVTuO, In d a rubber shield for SO coats. Mrs. V. M. APP. CO. 118 K. th 8TREKT. CT. LOUTS. MO. FAT FOLKS REDUCED I I M. .iht .uKnnniini). nn it i. liA a redaction of 126 lbs." For circular. addrtwa, with 8c, Vr. O.W.F.SN YDEK. McVaokar'aTbeatr. Chicago. 111. xf i me WEAK STRONG P'JfMM f la Ncttoui Dabillty. Lett Tttaltty, WeakaoM X&IAL ( end LMcij, teat tree for li cent poUfa. iiinu Bt. Yirf Offla, 11T IT. Stk Stmt, BL Lnls, lb. and Wblakey Habit cured at borne witb ooc pate. Book of par ttcolarssent aTBEB. B.M.WOOLUCY.MJ). CM mU WMttlwll (tt DR. HENDERSON, 10 and 104 W. 9th St.. Kansas City, Mo, A Regular Graduate in Medicine. 27 years' prao tice 12 in Chicago. OLDEST 121 AGS. L05E8T LOCATED. Authorized br the State. Caret Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Charges low. Thoutanda of eases cured. No Mereury need No time loit from business. Ktdioines seal & Cora Benlaal Weak, MIVHT LOSSES, ril Debility. LOSS OF SEXUAL POWER, Ipo(.et riw Dbllll7, Ooasrrbea, flfett, BlrloUr, Sjpallla, Canal, Irrtoat ft Frliat Mm mm. everywhere by mail or express free from gaso or breakage. " eiperlene. are important. Slate y.nr cm and Mad for terms. Coaiultatl., free, personally or bjr letter. D fill if 'r botD -. rail DUUK of picture leal aealet la plain eorelope for eeaU ia tttatpa; il0??r.:;RHEUMATl$Q cut It will aot ear or help. BUbw (er circular. t'KKI HOBEUH tt ABATUBr. PTT Fl rmles SUPPOSITORY J xliXi (J Isa sovereign remedy for Piles (bleeding, itching, blind, inward, etc.), whether of recentor long standing. It gives instant relief, and effects a radical and permanent cure, No surgical operation require'! Try it and relieve your sufferings. Send, for circular and free samples. Only 50a a box. For sale by druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of price. AIAKT1N KIDV, Lancaster, Pa. THB OLD DOCTOR'S 3 LADIES' FAVORITE. ALWAYS BTT.TT.w and perfectly SATZ. The lame aa naed by thoaaanda of woman all over ttia Onltad Btatoa, In tb OLD DOCTORS private mall praoMoe. for 88 years, and not alnft-l bad raaUj Money returned It not aa repreaenteo. Bona e eenu iiUmpt) for saaled partlealara. Dr. WAXD fc CO.. 117 If. 8th St.. St. ItraiJ. U0 RUPTURES CURED! j 5 years experience in treating all varieties 0? Rapture enables ua to guarantee a posi 'ive Cure. Send 4 cents in stamps for par ticulars and treatment on Hernia. Volta-Medico Appliance Co., 1 IS N. 8th St.. ST. LOUIS. HOI IVbtIbtv CITRXD witnovt the vse of kallfl, Bsuiianon rree. can or write DR. Rusir Offloe, 800 Fin St. BT. LOUIS. MO a w. publishing ca 35.- When writlno to advertise33 please state that you saw the adrertiM treat in this MDer.