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ABILENE WEEKLY DEFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 19, 1900. TWELVE PAGES.
Woman's I Life is hard enough as It is. It is to her that w im-p our world. and everything should be made as anci, as ftftfrcihln for her at the time of childbirth. This is just what MOTHER'S Friend will do. It will rank u babv's comiuif easy and painless, and that without tak ing dangerous drug's into the sys tem. It is simply to be applied' to the muscles of trie abdomen. It penetrates throudi the skin carry ing strength and elasticity with it. It strengthens the whole system and prevents all of the discomforts of pregnancy, The mother of a plumb babe in Panama, Mo., says: " I have used Mother's Friend and can praise it highly." Get Mother's Friend at the Drug Store, $1 per bottle. The Bradfleld Regulator Co., ATLANTA, GA. Write for our free 111 ustrated book, "Before Baby is Born." Delluy's Balmoline. Riverside Stock Farm. Chapman, K., Keb. 13, 19U0. Dr. 11. II. Iklhiij, Hrnvtr, Cob).: Ucnr Sin I huve (,'iven your Biiliu olino a thorough trial in our stables for the lust three years and llnd it the most ucurwui. cure for horses and 'cattle In the shape of a salve I havn ever trie !. It is especially adapted to Dealing neabled shoulders ol burses. I have also uncil it for sore tvalod cows and llnd it splendid. 'I can highly recommend your Balmoline to all stockmen. We use so much that I buy It in lurifo quantities ami think there Is notliiiijr like it (or hr.Hliiijr Sores on stnek. ;.' . lie-ijiiictliilly yawn, 0, L, Tuisuiit, b Prlro 8ft mid We. Fur s.ile In IhVkliisiin county, Kiih., Iiy nil ili'iigghts lu Abilene; BeralTunl (V Klui'k, Kn1erirls; .1. 11. Meln tyro, llorlngton; li. I'. Applel);iugli,Snl ,111,111; 11, E. Hi'tiiiliui, Cli:inmin: .1. H. Kolililii., Woodbine; Ki'li'hel'sld .V llonniyer. Unlio: W. K lliilniuoiill A Co., Mlini'liesli r: II. it. Junes. Industry; J, Hrlinilll,',', (iyiHtim Clly. Send BttentiinirHiiitiiileto 11. II." Iclluy, MTr, I1. 0. litix A lr,3, Kin. A, Miniver, tinln. JOUR FAVORITE FAMILY FOODS ' HECLA COPPEE, MUROOOK'8 PURE SPICES, "OPT" FLAVORINQ iXTRAOTS AND- YOUR ROOM MAS THIM ALU LIDIESSILKraSTSACO 25' OR SILK SKIRTS FOR BeiitTnffdtaSUk, mulrt to ymir meaur rtioicBofWilur, H'tilar$h. as vales: 10 lw tile our kim-iK Vo arc llnrou'!ily iv point, hi sUik rcfiTi'ime. ScikI to-lny. 1'articulur fret 1 ECONOMY WAIST A SKIRT M'F'U CO. JU N. KUifli ilia. Kansas City, M THE EE UAL BENEFIT,-? OF NEWARK, N.J V-tl the me t liberal Llfo Insurance Ca In the World. 0. O. COURTNEY. K.n.!iI14tj,, XAH3AS DITY. For Farm Loans In Missouri, Eastern Kansas and Obi, Uhoma at favorable rates, see or wrist Thi Dimlng Invistrrunl Comput Ixtta a lilwr, Iimi Oltjr, Mk x i i i 1 ft HKINLEY N01IFIHD. The President Informed of His Nomination by Republican Party. THE RESPONSE OF )IR. M KIXLLY. tlx Keferslothe Maintenance of the tlnlii bl ilard, the I'ra.ervaltun or h Pro- leotlve lanfl an, I 111" Knlargn- meiit it( Our Market. ' j Cnnliin, ()., .Inly 13. Yesterday Villiiini MelClnley whs notified of bis I i'm, I nnmili lti'iM 1) V tin' l'eillllllilil II pnrty for llie highest olliee ill llie (;ift nf the rcpnlllie, Selwtoi' I.cl(.'(V of M;is:ielilisetts, llllllill(f !' Iiotili entiim sM'iili. I'resideiit Mekinky's j'eplv u.'is ns follows: 1 s,'i'iilir l.i'.li!" nml ll"iit!"ii. n i.f the' s t i ti , !t 1 1 n ('(.iniiilitei-: Th- mescuK" l,leli yu lil-lnn t'l mi- Is i.m- 'if siuriM llOI.nl- 11 IS lllSH 11 ,'l!l,lll"MS In iltily. A KlnKle llnmllllltliMI I'm' He' ''Hill- "f pn-iil. ill liv li itrf.it I'iU'i.v hieh In y,i' i. ill uf III lius I n liliitiiiihiint ill I I' HI,. IIS N II iliKlill.'llnll Whilil I k.:i. fully i li.'lisli. Tn I'.'i'. lve linen linuiis i-i-iK tii i iii 1 Jr. m by the sinne pnrty Is III! i'Xil'l'Slnll 111' IVKIIl'il mill Illi'ilKI' nf eiiiilliiiiiil ennlMi'iii'i' fnr wlileh ll Is iltltl- Cllll In lllllke ml Hie IH'kllnWli-'lKmenl. If 111, VI 111 1K exeeeils He- hnllur of llie nlllr-e nf preslilellt nf llie fnlli-ll Btllti'S It Is llH' I'l Spnlisllllllly Willi ll llttnelli'S In ll. IImvIiiK liei'll Invesleil with Imlll. 1 iln nut iimler uppnilse either. Anyniie who hns hnriie Hi,, iinxli-lles nml leinlelis of Ihe prislil-llllill olliee, espei'lli lly ill time nf iiiillniinl ll'lnl. cminnt ennlimplate iiHKtimliiK II ll siennil time ivlllimit pro fniiiiilly I'l iillzliiK the severe exiiellniis enil the sni. mil nlillnnll.UIH Wlltf ll ll ImimseS, nml this feellnn Is iieeclitllnteil I'y the innmi'iitiiniis prnlilenis whli'li nnw press fur w-tt lenient. If my countrymen sliull t rnnllim Hie licllnn nf llie rnnvenllnli lit 1 1 1- imiliiiml election In Novcmher, I shull, cnivliiK I'lvlne ulilnnee, iiiul'-i-inke the cxulleil trust to mlmliilsler It fnr the Interest nml honor of the country anil tile wcll-MllK of the neW peoples Who Ikivc h.i-niiie llie oli.lecls nf nur eiire. The ilei-hilllllnll nf principles n.lnptell by the cnlivellllnn hns my hearty llpprnVlll. ' At some future ilnte I will consliler Its Slllijeets III iletllll llllli Will by letter colll- mniileiiti, lii yniir rluilriuiin a iirnre fnimal ueieptiiiice of the nomination. on n like oeeaslnn four years ncn I , Siilil: "The pnrty that supplieil by leuls- ( latlnii the vast revenues for the coieluct of our Kt'ciilest war; that promptly re- . sloreil Ihe creillt of the country at Us rinse; that frnm lis abunilHiit revenues nalil off li hi rue share of the debt In- i cnrreil hy Ibis war, nml that resumed spcle payments anil placed our paper run-eiiey upon a souml anil eiuliirlnu ba sis, can he safely trustee1 to preserve both nur on illt anil currency with honor, sta bility and Inviolability. The American pen;',!,; huh) the financial honor of our H i v '- 'nnient as sacreil as our fin Mr. ami ran be relleil upon to miarii It with the smile sleepless vlllnnee. They held Its pr. servailnn ahuve parly fealty, and have often deniniisiriiteii that pnrty ties n-all nnlhliDf when ihe spotless creillt ol' "Ur country Is threatem-ii. ilullar pnlil to the farmer, the r.-iu-r aia Ihe pensioner must enn- f irever e,llal 111 piu'chaslnn llnd -'.istioyhiK pnwei tn the dollar paid V llnV'-rillnellt I'l'eilllol'. air Indiisti-lnl supremacy, nur pro- :! Ivr en 1 hi fit y. our business ami r im- vlal prospi rlly. our labor nml lis I'MV.'U'ilS. our IlllllOliai eieilll lion e'n - reei y. nur pride, financial honor and nur spl, mild free citizenship, llie hli'lhrisht nf every Aniei-lcnn, are all invoiveo in Ihe penillnif enmpalmi, and thus every hniue In the land Is directly and Inti mately connected Willi their proper set tlement. 'iinr domestic trade must be won back and our Idle worltlim people employed In Kiilnful occupations at American wanes. Our home market must Ins re. stored to lis proud rank of tlrst In the orld ami our forelirn traile, so precip itately cut off by adverse national leg islation, reopened on fair and equitable terms for our surplus agricultural and iiianufacturliiK products. ubllc confidence must he resumed sml Ihe skill, energy and the capital or our country flint ample employment at home. The Kovernment of the Lulled Billies must raise money enough to meet both lis current expenses and Increasing needs. Its revenues should he so rnlsed lis to protect the material Interests nf our people, Willi the lightest possible drain upon their resources nnd main taining that high standard of civilisa tion which has distinguished our coun try for more than a century of Its ex istence. ' The national credit which has thus far fortunately resisted every assault upon ll, must and will be upheld and strength ened. If sufficient revenues are provided for the support of the government there will he no necessity fnr borrowing money en I Increasing llie public debt." 'i-liree nnd one-halt years of legislation iri.l administration have been roncludi'd since these words Were spoken. Have (hose to whom was confided the direction Hi' Ihe government kept their pledges? The i rd Is made up. The people are mil unfamiliar with what has been ac cmnnllshod. The gold standard has been realllinied and strengthened. The end- . less chain hns been broken and the drain j lipoll Olir glHO I'CSCIM. Iln monei iii.fl lis. The credit of the country has been advanced lo the highest place among all nations. We are refunding our bonded debt hearing three and four and live per rent. Interest at two per cent, a lower rale than that of any other country and already more than pmirti.twi) have been so funded with a gain to the government of many millions of dollars. Instead of W to 1, for which our opponents con tended four years ago. legislation has ben enacted which, while uillUIng all tonus of our money, secures one tlxed value for every dollar and that the best known to the civilised world. A tariff which protects American lain and Industry and provides ample rev enues has been written In public law. We have hover Interest and higher wages; more money nnd fewer mortgages. The world's markets have been opened to American products, which go now where they have never gone before. We h.ivi passed from a bond-Issuing to a li,i:iil-nylng nation; from a nation of borrowers lo a tuition of lenders; frnm dehi li ncy in revenue to n surplus; from fear to confidence; from enforced Idle. Hess to piotuahle employment. The pub lic fulth 1ms been upheld: nubile nvdet lias been tuuttiliiuuil. Ave nave pros- ptvPy at home ami prestige aoroau. t 'liorlunately the' threat of hait jus' been renewed by the allied parlies without abatement or modification. The gold hill has been denounced and Its re peal demanded. The menace of 1 to 1 still hangs over us with all Its dire con setpietui'S to credit and con'ldence. tc business and Industry. The .enemies ol of sound currency are rallying their scat le.ed forces. The people must once more unite nnd overcome the advocates of repudiation and must tint relax thetli energy until the battle for public honor and honest money shall again triumph. A congress which will sustain, and il need be, strengthen the present law can prsvent a financial catastrophe which very :i.vv r.; the republic Is li.tenatrt lo H'l . '.. . Not -.ulnied with s?;;ut n;? Cie mfr rei.ey iir.J m-illt if the goivrniri -iM. oui tAW. iM:.-alt.- e.3 fcrn trf iff lav. i.T.ai-ti-d :r th ,'rtv w- !o'i nf w (tresr In 1--"T, tut thj Dir::lty net, pa" I 1 .I)..,;, r" , til.- will th'' penpil' i Xl'.'f'o il at -.; prei oiihi' N'n.-t j b- r, once s:iti:uli!t. s ,.: ;' the Idle f.'C'.vrh- li-' : the laborer and to th .-iK'Unn In th. U.w , iileh ill '..'r'.s. mj.-ii,1 :. :".'l t.-r'e. I fi-.:.r f.il turns for thel" toll jr.,! Iiuv.-'rm nt. Snail we go hack to a tiuifT niilch brings de-tiep-nry In our revei.u- s and d' st.'U.'.bn to our Industrial tnti r;..'lf"r? Our platform of Hue deciand. "Ihe Ha waiian h-Ianls should be control! -i by the t'nli.'il Siii'.s. and no fori'bn ; W'T should b permitted to Interfere with them." This purpose lias bci: fully nc conipilsheil by nnt'i'SritlT. am1 i'1'! '..'::!" from those beautiful Islands in:tlclpaled In the c'liiveioioii fni whii h ou so 'iik to-day In th. gr-'ii' e'lif."' r.e- nf na tions at Th" Iii'..":e sr.- n affirmed h' fore the world the Monroe ilectiPie and our adherence lo It mat our det'-m-inul'.nn not to partleloa'c hi lb., complications of Ktirnpc. We I. a'.'" l.a.tpily end'-,! lb riiil'npfon aldal.fe jr nlll'SclveS i uf tin hoi's In the I'. I't'te ,' ,ln,,r lu rlili a ti'. ' a coitipi litii.n lit th' orlenl. H am. I lii: which wire uot proi. Seen, allil olil I'll. I tbem Mill-d l.ol be P l;in.-S vrt!.'..ib!'' har wh'le the nocn , f."lr and npinl ,.sl Iraile of He h. iv lui. 1 1 noii lu r - veil f".'e-.- S III n L.tlnll to ill ,1, I'M. A Just war has ben wand for humanity ami wllh II have eono- new problems mid re sponsibilities. Spain has he, II ij eti'd from the western hemisphere nml our flag Moats over her former t.'rrltory. Culm has been liberated and our guaran tees lo her people will be surred'y exe cuted. A heiillleent government has been provided 'or I'ortn Rico. The Philip pines are ours and American authority must be supreme throlighonl the archi pelago. There will le' amnesty broad and liberal hut no abatement of nur rlslns, ro aliamloninenl of our duty. There musl he no scultle policy. We will ful fill In Ihe Philippines the (il;!!-:itinns Im posed hy the triumphs of nur arris ami hy the treaty of pence, by International law; hv Ihe nation's sense of honor; nml, ,'iore than nil, by Ihe ri'-'hts, Interests anil conditions of the Philip, iae people themselves. No ontsilie Inlerl'lTeliee blocks Ihe wav to peaen and a stable I'overiiiiient. 'Pu' obstructionists are here, in.! elsewhere. They mav postpone but tiny earnot defiat the realisation "f the lilyh purpose of this nation to ivslore order lo tile Island- and to establish n Jnit and generous g ivornir.ont. In which Ihe Inhabitants shail have the largest participation for which they are cap able. The organized forces whlcu have been misled into rebellion have ben dis persed by our faithful soldiers and sail ors, and the people of the Islands, deliv ered from anarchy, pillage and oppres sion, recognize American sovereignty as the symbol and pledge of peace, justice, law, religious freedom, education, the security of life and proiierty, and the welfare and prosperily of their several communities. We reassert the early principle of the republican party, sustained by unbroken Judicial precedents, that the representa tives of the people in congress assembled have full legislative power over territory belonging to the Pnlted States subject to the fundamental safeguards of liberty, Justice and personal rights, and are vested with ample authority to act "for tho highest Interests of our nation and the people entrusted to lis care." This doc trine, first proclaimed In the cause of freedom, will never be used ns a weapon for oppression. I am glad tn be assured hy you Hint what we have done In the fiir east has the approval of the country. The sudden and terrible crisis It! China culls for the gravest consideration and you will not expect from me now any further expression Hum to say that my best efforts shall be given to the imme diate purpose of protecting the lives of our citizens who are In peril, with the ultimate object of the peace and welfare of China, the safeguarding of all our treaty rights nnd the maintenance of those' principles of Impartial Intercourse to which the civilized world is pledged. I cannot conclude wit bout congratulating my countrymen upon the strong national sentiment which finds expression tn ev ery part of our common country and the Increased respect wllh which the Ameri can name Is greeted throughout the world. We have been moving in untried paths, but our sies have been guided by honor nnd duty. There will be no turning aside, no wavering, no retreat. No blow has been struck except for liberty and humanity and none will be. We will perform without fear every na tional and International obligation. The republican party wub dedicated to free dom 44 years ago. It has been the party of liberty nnd emancipation from that hour, not of profession, but of perform ance. It broke the shackles of 4,tW0,iw slaves and made I hem free, and to the parte of Lincoln hns come another su preme opportunity which It has bravely met In the liberation of 10.imi.ikKI of the human family from the yoke of Im perialism. In Its solution of great prob lems, In Its performance of high duties. It has the support of members of all pin-tics In Ihe past and colilldently In vnkes Ihilr co-operation In Hie future. I'liinilOtlee to Notify lov. Hno.etftt. New York, .Tilly 13. The commit lee appointed to notify titiv, lluosevclt of his iiiiinliintion to the vice presi dency held an Informal nioeliiip; lust nielli in this city. Only Hi of the 4.1 uioiiiliei's of the eoiiiinitlee were pres ent mill roll call "its deferred until to-day ivheii the ciiininittee is to re port on the train to Oyster liny. Sen ntor Woleott. of Colorado, called the liieelitiif lo order. A special t mill has born placed lit the service of the com mittee nnd it will leave the New York side of the East Sixty-fourth street ferry at 111:1(1 n. in. to-day. The Oiiebwl Murder l' (ienrpeltmn, ly July 12. The mo tion of the defense for a eontiiitiance In the case of ex-Secretary Caleb Powers, charged with beiuo- accessory to the (loeliel murder, was overruled by .lnde-c ("ontrill. The judp.0 ruled it Whs Ihe fault nf the defense that witnesses were not present. The de fense afterwards tiled a special de murrer fo the iiiddictineiil iirninst Powers holtling- that it is invalid be cause It names Powers as an iioccssory and does not name n principal. Fire lit A ('"nieiit factory. Outnliei'luiiil, Md.. July 12,-Tho mill, warehouse ntnl cooper shop nnd office of the Cumberland Hydraulic Cement company were destroyed by Are yesterday. The loss may reach $i;o,uiio . Mason Patera Renominated for Toner, Paoln, Kan.. July 12. Mason S. Pe ters, of Kansas City, Kan., who served in the Kifty-tifth congress, was nomi nated yesterday for Ihe third time by the democrats nnd populists of the Svcond congressional district. NOTIFICATION PLANS. Speaking to Take Place from the McKinley Porch at Canton. M'KISLEY'S PART IS IHE CAMPAIGN. The President Intends to Confine His Par ticipation In the Cumpalga to Bis hpeech To-Day mud His Letter uf Acceptance. Canton, 0., July I'l. Preparations have (iliotit been completed for the uotilieiitioii of President McKinley of his renoiiiiimlioii. Two large line's, one covering the upper portion unit the other druped over the uwnings of the presiiletil's I101112 on .North Market street, are all the decorations Hint will meet the eyes of the visitors, llai-li of the house a large tent has been put up nut! lu re the nolilicalion committee will have luncheon, niter the cei't'inonics are completed. The speaking will take place from the tanimis front puicli tit the McKinley residence, unless the weal her pre vents, ill which eient the opera house will be used. Canton is getting really for a large crowd. The loeul commit tee buying charge of the arrange ments say the notification will be much more of an event than it was four yeurs ugo und that a larger num ber of people will be present than on that occasion. It is probable that a number of speeches besides those of Senator Lodge und President McKinley will be made. Senator Iliiiinii, Senator Fiiirhanlis und Kopresentiitive Tay lor, of this congressional district, tire to be culled 011 for short nddresses. The business houses of Clinton lire to be closed for part of the day to af ford employes an opportunity to par ticipate in the demonstration to their townsman. The publication of the alleged plot against President McKinley did not disturb him in the least. He drove out with Judge Bay in the morning and walked aboufhe htwn and porch, chatting with visitors during the aft ernoon. During the day Senator Clark, of Wyoming, cnlled with the delegation from Hawaii, which par ticipated in the Philadelphia conven tion. There was a brief discussion ol alfaira of the islands. Comptroller Dawes arrived from Washington in the afternoon and Senator Fairbanks, of fndiana, in the evening. MrKlnley's Part In tho Campaign Canton, 0, July 12. The campnign of 1900 in Canton will not be a dupli cate of the campaign of 1H96. It il not the present intention of Mr. Mc Kinley to make speeches to delegates who may visit Canton during the summer and fall, even if he should re main here all the time. The presi de!, will be so much occupied with public business that he will have but little time to devote to the campaign. He says his position is much different thnn four years ago. Then he was a private citizen and ns the candidate of his party felt justified in taking the active part he did in the campaign. Now he is president of the whole peo ple and feels that he should give his attention to the many quest urns ol government pending and constantly arising. It is the present intention of the president to confine his partici pation in the campaign to his speech to-tlay and his letter of acceptance. Various clubs nnd delegations hare telegrnpbed asking when they can he received by the president. The re plies have "snid that the length of the president's stay in Canton is Indefi nite, nnd that he enn mnke no ap pointment for the reception of dele gations. Those who call to pity their respects will be received lit. times when the president is not engaged, at they would be were he in Washington. Hut the president will not make speeches from the front porch to vis iting delegations. Mora llodlna Taken from th Saale. New York, July 12. Twenty-fom bodies were recovered from the holt! of the burned steamship Suale yes terility, which makes the total liumliet of deud taken from this ship alone fill. Most of the hoilies were so badly burned or mutilated that recognition was impossible, but several were Identified by initials or names on ar ticles taken from parts of clothing thnt Bonietimes remained. All ol tbem appeared to be of workmen In the holds of the steamship. Orent pumps were worked in the Pnnle yes terday and by 2:20 p. m. the. vessel was floated. The ship was In nine or ten feet of mud, and when she finally freed herself from this body she seemed to jump fully two feet out of the water. Harpar Hrnn.' Publishing Plant. New York, July 12. The big Hnrpei A llros.' publishing plant will be sold under foreclosure 11 August 9. Th( Bole will include the right to use the name Harper & Pros., together with the real estnte, machinery, stock, copyrights nnd authority to publish Harper's Weekly, Harper's Monthlj Magnine, Harper's Bazaar and Har per's Pound Table. The real estate Includes the Franklin aqunre real es tate, valued at $1,200,000. Aisln't Hold Ilamoeratle Ticket, Louisville, Ky, July 12. Cen. Simon Holivar ltiickner, who was Qen. Palmer's running mate on the na tional democratic gold ticket in 1890, i as come out against the nominatiot nf n ticket this Year. Gen. Bncknei favors adopting a platform denounc ing free silver ana noi nominating A ticket, leaving the gold democrati free to vote as they choose. John F. Laeey was renominated fot congress by the Sixth district repub lican convention at Albia, la., yea-terdajr. Hood's Pilte Are prepared from Na ture's mild laxatives, and while gentle are reliable and efficient. They Rouse the Liver Cure Sick Headache, Bil iousness, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c per box. Prepared by C, I.Hood & Co.,LoweU,Mass. AGRICULTURAL iav tlrno and luiiiivy and Ira prove tlu'iroon illtiun If their ticket carries them to the WEE HOMESTEAD LANDS ir iN WESTERN CANADA Secure for yotirwif and your aoni a herit aire, vohUiik yuu noltiliiff. In tUe count ufa few yearn It will YIELD YOU A COMPETENCE an It has done tliousandi of others, who falling elsewhere, to day nave cmnrorta blt) liomei. Yield of what U phenomenal and priced the liiirhest, owing to eitra quality of grain and LOW RAILWAY RATES THAT EXIST. Climate healthy, fuel plentiful and taxes merely nom Inal. Write for particular ami experience of farmers tu the nearest ajfent of the Canadian Government 01 Supt. of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to J. S. CRAWFORD, Canadian Government Agent, 114 W. Ma gt., Iuhi City, lo. DEATH SENTENCE REVOKED. TtiotiHndi of peopl condemned to lit If ttiatr fihylclam who uld their case nu bopj leu, are toitiiv enjoylni perfect heHb, etuw kj otir absent treatment. For 2.1 ynn bat! mccessfiillv practised Miicneilo llcnllni 1M our graduate are all having the best nf sucom Nuidp In inv form readllv vieldn to our mftk edand no matter what your condition or whMt ra live, we can restore you to Imnlth If ; etMltoumlile. If Itli not we will f-nVlj tea yon 10. If von are amiciea in any way ahnuld not neelect wrtllni to in ai "lice. OMt of our traaimem 11 Dmaf r inn. compared in the vaiuc your nriinn ui IATI ana. leuumoniaii on retiuapi. DB, O. 4BTIN-" PSYCHOLOGICAL SAMTAItlDH, Kansas ( lly. Kan ll rvr, ftrt nt OvHM Until. A GOOD INVESTMENT. . ... Vila avarff d&v V, All companle. In the oil field. In Southern Otlla fornln, wblcn r to grets producer. In Ihe world. (Some well, producing a. muoa al loo Barrel. day, worth ll.OO per barrel, an nany well. enty-f.Te year, old are Mill flow. Onr company ha. 1280 acre, of oil land In the. richest oil district In the .late. Some of the . . naluhhnra lianaa Ik U DCIl wen. are uu, iichlvo. , With almost absolute assurance tliat we coral nence drilling our well, and that each and ?ery one will pour forth an uninterrupted flow ol weaun ioriuiui.uiivv..v.. The officers and director, of our company am ... . .... un..A,.an Hnu,irlftl st.anlltni KU men wiiuhu .u.iwm - - re beyond question and we lnvlie tlieclo.e.1 lne.tlgatlon. The highest reference, will gladly be furnished upon request. nr a .hm-t time we will .ell a limited amonnl f non-asseisable .took at ten cenua.hart, (partalue 11.00). Erery cent of money received on the sale of stock goe. Into- further develop, tent and lust a. soon a. oil la struck the pried .,, nHi. .j.nM until, nrobabl. i .Dares win iu..j .- - r - tai very short time, It will reach and passth. na,,h,at full par value niara. nrua n - dewrlblng our prospeou and proiwsltion. It wUlcost you nothing to Investigate iliis. WrIM at once as the stock will won be ail i iinced. W don't want a cent of your noncy until 701 have fully Investigated our eomi'imy. nduslrial Oil Co.. A. 8. Holllngsworth. Src'y. 324-320 Laughl n Bld'kT. Lot Ance3. Cal. id links to On June 2 1 , July 7, 6. 9, 1 0 & 1 8, nnd Aug. 2, tickets from points west of Mis souri river nnd oust of t'olhy, Kns.,tii Heu vor, I'oloriido tunings, Jlutiliou, l'uolilo Suit Lake City and Ogden, .ftuli, und re turn, will be sold hy the Great Rock Island Route At rate of One Regular Fare Plus $2 00 for Round Trip Return Limit October 31, WOO, BEST LINE TO DENVER ONLY TtTHEI'T LINE TO rm.OHAIR) SI'lilNliS AND SlANlTllU. Tuko advantage of those clioap rutps and spend your Vtii-atlon In Colorado. Sleeping Cur reservations may he made now for any of the excursions. Write for full In format len and fhe beautiful hook "COLORADO THE IAI,N It 1CKNT aent free. E. W. THuMPS-ON. A. (i. P. A.. Topeka, Kaa. JOHN SKHAST1AN, U. I'. A Chicago. DESIGNS " 4 vaanc.v&Dlffi J PATENTS AND COrYnlGrllS OHiaiNtU DVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY 1Lnt.a In "InHtnllVA A aPA " FREE Rnnk "How toobuin Palente" Charon moderate. No fee UU patent it mured. ' mm : S 'VON'! ...4. I PARKER'S . ' HAIR BALSAM rfj CKanM and bourn Uk bak. ' 0 enwious a huurianl froath. t.-i J Mtver fail. B;"o rT ir Hair to It Tonthful Color. Cum scalp dimuM Miir taUaa IA ,Mil.l'mDrag'a A Why chance the Derou. fake regulator! now on the market when none" are. vent, all the 111. thai woman 1. heir to: cure. female trouble, and Invigorate, the entire aye. tern; curing nervoutnea. and MSToam TU1 PliCI or HMD to BMIMTUL TO B1PFT HOIM, Failure impossible. Bend 11 00 foron. monthl lupply. Further particular, and Interesting samphlet aent for .tamp, tVLBlRISOK CttEMCAl CO. Boi 293 Iain. Cilf, P. STOP THAT O VJ Wl I I r-i a 7 ncnnAOMCo !IICUUI4UIIL WILL DO IT. fieasant to lane; no Daa , () effects; Give? immediate nUf.Q . ..M T.I..'. Uairl.il hm PnarlaiH fnl iAlDiwnce. We do not hentut to recommend -tJ XSfih . of ttiei powden to ftnron attBtrtof m wiU. hidob or nowrlgi. American Remedy Co. W 4h A Penn. Sis. ktniilCltv. flo. flJ :;::::t:::;j PILES CURED BEFORE YOU PAY. We Positively Guarantee to Cure Pllet. Vita tile aad All Dleeaaea ef tke ReetM. ud 41 not uk for one cent of pay utll the patient ll lind-you to be the Judge, Tou art not res fjulredtoglvea note, make I depo.lt 01 PUt payment before taking treatment. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS. flr.H fnrrtiir lTpflflBnnVof 104 MEM OODUlft tag orer One Tbouund TMtlmonl.lt, KunI eanal AAAraacam nt tumnlat Wat haVal flUrfllL Willi to lospe of them tnd tee whit tbej uj ttfu llt VIU BUillt BUU NVUVU OUR LADIES' BOOK. We treat nearly a. many women a. na M have l.sued a confidential book of teetlmowj from former lady patient.. It will he ml M to any lady requesting it. 9THANDLL ST3, KANSACITV, ar Dr. HENDERSON 101 and 103 W. 9th St., KANSAS CITY. MO. 77i Oldett in Age andLfrt.mntHll A HriiHlnr tiratiuntti in Mrtitrinr. Anthoriaed by the State to treat CIJTfO.VO, MuroLU AXD sreviAL DISEASES. (Jure, guarantee.!! or mimey re- IllUUtHI. AH UlPlllUlllwn ituiiiourv. many lor uw uu uhjii-,iij v. in jurious medicines nwnl. No de tenuon iroin ousiness, ihupbw . - j:,,.m .M.n..,.l ktr mail .ml a. n uiavaiivo u,rv u., MalAlt.aa aa.ii. avarv. where, free from gaze or breakage. No tneili. cines sentC. 0. D., only by agreemuni Charge, low, Over 40,(J0 cases cured. Age and experi ence are important, otaui inm n.... for terms. Consultation free and confidential, persouauy or oy letter, c i l i,f.i,.naa Tlie resnlt. of ocm.ua. a, tl,(ul fol. and Sexual Debility. (i0saniie.ces es c Rustng loswR ny nreams or wiw, ww pimples and blotches on the face, rushor of blood I .f i i 1. ....t..uaA l.luna anil Ml IIIO lieail, IHIIUS1U ububuu. ......... forgetfulness, bashfnlnens, aversion to society. loss of sexual power, losa oi mauiiiaai, i,uif ence, etc., cured for life. I can stop nigli. losRes, restore sexnai ih,w-i-, nw... u. . ... brain power, enlnrgo anil strengthen wcuk parts, aud make you fit for marriage. irf Badicnllycnwd wlt'i a now and and tiled strumentu, no pain, no rleteij. tion from business. Cure gunranteeu, liooa: and list of question, free sealod. VARICOCELE, HYDH0CELE,PHIIOSISa nil klndsof , , r. permanently eurod Private Diseases or money refunded. arrl for both seies-W pages, 24 picture. bUUK trnp to lif, with full description of above diseases, the effect and cure, sent snnled n plain wrapiier lor v cem iu 7"""-" -ahntild read this book for the information il contains. N . B. -State case and ask for list of question, Frt$ ifutriim of Anatomy, for men only. DRCot'if .NIURIIM Thl. Sanitarium la a atil.t fifty rooms for the accommodation of patient ana I. supplied with all the latest remedial mean, known to science, and instrument n quired In modern surgery. Rupture. Pilci. Fistula, Stricture lit Vlf cocela are radicallv ana narmanentlv cured u j our .urgtcai oivratlon In from Or. to flfteea dara. No medicine or local application will ever cure these trouble., We annually enni hundreds of thl. claxof patl.n'. leaving them In a vlgoroua, healthy condition. OrganM Weaknesa. Nervous Dabllttv. Prematura Daollai f Manly Powers, Involuntary Vital Loas, tm paired Memory.allental Anil.ty, Aewncfi . Will Power, Melancholy. Weak Back, d foal tred affection., am ipeedlly, thornnfhly nd permanently cured. If vol art afflicted wti anv disease rrqulrlng either Med cal or Kurftaj .klU, and cannot visit na, write a deecrlpllon m jvur can ana w wiu eueariunv answer, givt or opinion, together with probable coal a are, and such other Information a. yon Hair. Address all communication, to laeltartom DR. C. M. COL I6thaad Wy.ndott.. Vatirae riUt U. emu 9ii w.i.ut Mflsas uiy, mt LADIES kllinloiiif KoinilaT mda