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:,S3, ZAX2IA, K '' PMWrgg Ekaouri, Kansas and Texas Commission Co. J. R. VAN VOORST, at Dloxluaon County, Is rdr, Buy ud Krabw erf Firm. Wolldt a abaroof yonrbulna. ll Ifcirsstt, call Is salsamea. he been ! (Mil Satisfaction goaintd. ft, iu in pleased to Inquiries Boon ITI.Ut nock Biekuc. Kansas (Alt. Mo. TOO LATE TO STOP leader of Peasant Party in Rwalt 6aya ProgTM of IJberty Cannot Ba Sttyed. Abilene Steam Laundry. Pi-fact Work- RonblaMo Assuoles Ui all DIoklnaOB county J. B. OOODWIW Propiitttf. , kittfakr. tmrt.'"t-' f 1 Discharges ln A -24 HOURS A BEAUTIFUL FACE JS&auann c.Cpl ""' rfauloah Mikss Kw Nssea. lawmal U Ciue. UyMlsks v .... rTBEAUTYSKIN - tarfMilnniM art ufuM4 warn rsttBSat, CHICH ESTER CHEMICAL .CO., Jrteaim Plt, rUalphl.P. 1 PARrlkK a I HAIR ALAia fr Is siviroelT any condition of fH-bmltt that to not benefited by U s oooasioaa, w oi aR-fl'-ANS TabuK. for sal by Dru rlsta. Th FlveOent paokat I enonnfc M 2n ordinary occasion. .The family botU 0mtSOOtaillpplyto" mivii rva S CENT! I68AIIMIS SXCH1CA60. PERFECTION WICK OIL STOVE r . Q I i MB . l-La a, API CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL If you deRMF aotvi bjbmw n, w THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY WeaK , Hearts .Ardutolndl,estloB. Nlir.nlrJOlry en hundred people who bin heart trouble an nimmber whan It iu iimpl Indlfe. ton. It la solenllflo loot that oil eaaee i kwrt disease, sol ortanio, ar Dot whr Waotabl to, but are Iho diroot result ot hvuV ftMloit. All food taken Into th stomach lunk fail, tJ uriut dlruttoii (armnltan mlltlhttloiiuoh, pufdnrlt upofmlnMlh hurt Ttala Intorforu with Iho ootlM W t hurt, and la tho aouraa ol omo thai Hoata hut oltal err in bacomaa iimuU. Mr. D. lUrt HmAL O . am I Kodot IMaU Wliat You tat and nltovoa tha atomach ol all trala and tha hnrl ol all praam. aKiumii li.M Sim bom 14 (kMoakokW Su.vhlck Kill lor SOa, fMw ha a. a BoWiTT 4 00., OHIOAOO Sold by Townsend, the Drag" rwt, Cor. 3rd & Broad w v. V ,EXPinieN YEARS' vmm Dkw ' r 1 CorrmoHr ka, Adtom aenmnf tkMf and Vapnp kan nT ftiklr atMruin oar oinntoo fr wbtthr u rsntlnn U prrbablr ptM(ah,& Otmi m unirav nMHlTftn,Mntfal. HA? On PiUutt niit fr. OMt k-enny for (wtani; jpavKMit. rtiitt Ukn torv'tteh Mann A CO. noalvtjr Cfhwio. taottct, wlthiMrtcburnaj, tnUK A Hurfl r lfTRld WaMktf. fjMtaMt ffr jnUUitfi Of ny .wwiuflj k umai. Tnn, S a ai 5i. Jr r St. wow o. C Till 4v PRESEITS A DARK PICTURE ka Pradlohj Unloa Oovommwil Qranta Conatltutlonal Right th Oroateat Striko In Hlatory of : of World WUI Raault ; k Tnrk vWi lnaMoxla AlUdra. tosaar ot tha Paaaant party in Rua al arrlTad hero Friday. Ha purpoaea tourtoc tb oountry, leotttrlDC In f fmitom In Ruaal. Ha jalrmdy haa been lOTlted to apeak at Hairud and TaM. W. Aiiaain aaiu npon bhi trriral taat na would not be inmrlaed If tha now duma Is now organlaed, 'It la now too lata to atop the program of uoeny u niw ala," bo aald. "The liberal eentlment la ao broad oast and general that It will oome to the front In aplta of all oremment oppoaitlon." ; u, Aiiutin aald that th eoodltlon of th poorer elaaae In Buaula la ax- tremely aeaparat. no wu"i -,A M,., in. than 1.000.000 DOr- ona will dla In that oonntry during the next three monthi from aww tlon, ' nnia th MHiatttutlosal riahta de manded by th Russian peopl ar Immediately granted, Mr. AJiaain eerted there will b on of th great, est strike th world has ver seen. Th Rnsslan navy will Join In the molt from th first, h declares, and will be aulckly followed by th army. - . "Th conditions ra Russia na im plored during th last year," said th peasant leader. "Thirty millions of people In Russia are today practical ly on tha point of starrauon sou uur n M.r) Anril and MaT It Is likely that 1,000,000 people will die. It Is my deelrs to appeal to tne American people to help my distressed country men, but whatever money may be raised hers I don't want It to fall Into the hands of the Russian gor ernment officials. Th American re lief committees should bar their own representatives In Russia to dis tribute tne runaa. t DtinilAn anvernment does not grant a constitutional form of govern- ment the greatest smite in me nw tory of the world will follow. It will be a greater strike than that of U00. There has been a great change among tha peopl alnca th previous out km. w n thAT have a central point of organisation and a point of concentration. If in government Ignores the demands of the duma th. otrlke Will follow. It will ba In March or April and will have the support of th navy. Tne NHiMuinn, Mked from th crown by th last duma hav not been granted. Th people want personal liberty, freedom of th press and ffnamAiai AMitmi. The Kovemment may grant some small concessions but If there Is a atrilco reoemon win follow. Tha peopl will then Insist on a republic. The army will In time Join the naval revolt which will be followed by the strike of th rall mot mnlnvML the Kovernment tele graph employes and the working peo ple In all the large mines ana notar ies." , . MISSOURI LAWMA&foS. Sonst Sidetracked Prohibition Ap. ' praprlatlon for Jameatown Expo. altlon To Pravont Rebate ; . Jefferson Cty, Feb. 18. Th sen ate adjourned Friday until t o'clock p. nv, Monday, but the house de clined to take th customary week end vacation and will hold Its first Saturday sitting of th session. Th senate paaaed bill by Sen ator Kinney, which provide that any minor who represents himself to be ot ago for to purpose of getting a drink shall bo fined not more than $25. ... - ' Th senate paaaed Senator MoDv vld's bill to prohibit dleorimlnatlons ant rebates In' th matter of Insur ance. - " Prohibition was killed In th senate n far at inaat aa this aeaalon Is oon- oarned, when Senator Peck, author ot senate Joint ana concurrent resoia- Mm r in nfwihlhltbwi ItiAamnm. aaked that'tt be re-referred to the oommlttea on oonatltntlonai amena ments. Th senate Friday paased th bUl iipproprlatmg 46JX0 for th Miwoa rl xhlUt a th Jamestown xpoal- Uon. The boose dlsousaod a bill to ap propriate 111,000,000 from th treas ury of th state for good roads. It finally decided that the bill shooM go through the eonunlttea. Dodoes' the Ravens Tax. London, reb. 16. A. gUautie schatn on th part of a firm of distillers to defraud th revoiue Is reported to bavs boon un rthod by kiland rov nu otfloera. Th latter It Is assert ed, discovered a syitom of underground pipes through whlrh whisky was con veyed from th distillery to th duty paid warehouse, whence It was dia- tr but'd to th trada, thus escaping ths tax of t 71 per gsJlon. Tha rsveoii aathorl lea ar said to hav dmandtd tha payment of a Cn of t -V-O on the emu? d liquor. Tt KMtat Will b brcmht U0 to pr'.i- Get Rid of Scrofula nnhaa. onmtlntia. Inflnmnnltona. son rj tha avalida and aara. dlaosaas ot th buns, rickets, dyapepsla, catarrh, wastlnfc an only some Of uo iimww n It Is a very active oru, Busmg nsvos w th wool system. , ... .. ... , . -:, p ' Bradlaates It, euros sU Its manlfartsllong, aw) batldi op ths wbols aystanv . Accept no aubitltut. UEatlFIEll THE yaflCEERS Vlea-Pwldent Water -Pleiee OU Company testifies la Texas. ; rt Admitted Oanulnonooa of Dso mnt But HI Memory ConoMik. Ing Transaction Wa Poor. Anth Ti nib ltV A. N. Flnley of St. Louis, vlo president of th Wsters-Plerc Oil oompany, testified before the Bailey-Investigating oom pany Friday that he never naa any business dealings with Senator Bai ley. . Mr Ftabu stated that he wa mane nraaMont vlicai th oomtAnv vii re organised In February. 1900. . The books of the oompany www aithmittari to tha committee. f An ex amination la bains made to ascertain th fact regarding the so-called Bai ley deal. . a,umt3muA u to a I1JW0 Tononer n.Aa unn A a.rtbbllnc aooount of Texas oases," Mr. Flnley admitted approving the vouchers and saw me handwriting on a slip of paper at tached, which read "civil cases," looked like that ot J. P. Grual. sr. Th witness Identified the handwrit ing but could not remember the voucher. A to a telegram bearing the no rattan "Slirht draft drawn br J. W. Bailey," he said the writing was his, but he could find no reoora or tne transaction in his tiles. ' What was the understanding among the officials and higher employes of the Waters-Pierce Oil oompany as to the power or influence by which the company's troubles In Texas were overcome and th oompany permit ted to oontlnue In Texasr asked Mr. lVplrs . 'v ' "I do not know, other than that Judge Johnson and Mr. Pleroe came to Texas and made a satisfactory set tlement They were legal matters with whloh I did not concern myself," replied the witness. Nabraeka Floods. 1 v Linooln, Neb., Feb. 16. The Plntte river flood Friday carried oui two more railroad bridges, that of the Missouri Paolflo near Louis ville, and the Rock Island at South Bend. Conditions Friday night were worst around Springfield, South Bend and Louisville. People living In the bottoms near Springfield received warning to' move to higher ground. The warm weather continued and the Ice Id the Platte was breaking up fast Publicity to Prevent Aocldents. New Orleans, Feb. 16. As a pre ventative for railroad accidents com plete publicity Is suggested by Julius Kruttschnltt, director of maintenance and operation ot the Hantaan Hues and vie president ot the Southern Paolflo. In an interview Friday he said: "The persons responsible for accidents, whether officers or labor ers, should b known to th public in order that they may be made to feel the weight ot popular displeasure. ' NvM Appropriations. ar.-VI.. Vah 1 K Th BflVa! "miiwui - --- appropriation bill occupied th entire time of to nouse xnursaaj i, almost oompleted. The single remain- Lug section is mat morwasuw naval establlahment It was allowed to go over until Friday when It la ex pected an effort will be mad to- re duoe the number of battleships pro vided for In the bUL CURED TO STAY CL7.E0 How sn Abilene Oittsan Found Oom- plot Freedom rrom suanoy ; Troubles. If yos eow frooi backache ES Proa ariaary dlrordara- tnw but dlwaa ol th kldaaya, Be enna to staj earad. Dau's KJdaar PUIa make laatlag euros. AbOuM paoBk, SMllty. Bml m obm ot m & D. KllBBOt B Baat orl Fifth gtr-t, , K. , V aavaf "1 SIS BO, Bt OBO WOrtl BMBBch about Dobb's Kldsey Pllte U lb. ... ..... i u,- vaana an wnica naa bBa 9oblkaa la ear AMIa sapm ' .. haa snrM partaanao, aaa i wba-la aad kldas Uoabt BiBC aata yoar iBwdy. Belor. Dkbb' KMBsy nii, UU a. acrucmi K 1 bad Baal alaatat Bod varlOBt rmf- a. k. aa - .tMn uvthlBB Ilk, UattaC bsaelt. Tbara wr day, wbaa I was Bat- Ord WtUCOBWBVB, SBCBacBBBBd -, earMl bm as 1 u raanr ai aaj nam w --a p ak claim rBBOa for to. For sals bv all deal are. Price $0 eents. Fos'cSr-r.r.Ibtjrn Co. Bu?a!o,N Y. ol A""r.t fw th TJnitd P:,it- 'iraa, th !-lOBS'a--J E TELLS SEGuETS God. IteojatJElrt Blstoiy al tha Raaao-Japatvtaa war KxiOaW Why Ba Fafled. Hi TrooUaaoma Ban Franclseo School Question, Rtariy batuaa. EE IS A t!EF,CIES5 OEITIO RukM Oowfwent haw UeeeV E - aname Prsosutlom, to Prevena - goBthins Offlelal ldlotmi Press rtoaohlng Publla. a TaalKaira- IVh. li OeOTal .t.1... klatn raf fh RuSSO- Japaaesa war whloh was oonflaoated . - .vwflpnmMit. tuts at UT ua nu,,a.. a . last beoome aooesslbL doplte the most extrom preoaauooa to p'"" " galling offlolal Indlotment from reoh ug the public Th work Is remar kable for It historic rata a th oloe- tng chapter of to war rrom w y- . t ' ..ainhiif and tor th 01 MHO Bum""""1 merciless criticism of the men ana measures which to iwropais " mate swept Russlo and tte army to dcftit- To work consist of three bulky solomes lespeottvely devoted to the baMJ of Ltsoysna, of the 8b river a uabia, Th voluminous gen- ml orders, statistics, reports and other dooBmentnry matter, wiu. . 1..-1 -- aaitit, moat amas- 'OUWBUBHJIM, w " lna- revelations of disorganisation and TTT .rj -r of dlsobedlenoe of specific and urgent orders by cer tain general officers entrusted with Wgb commands In the Held, notably General Kauioars, agtuu -formidable Indlotment la trruned. sad dling npon him enure rtwpuuoiu".- nn of the war ar baeed oblefly on. a oomparleoo of the warUk aptrit of the JapaneM, their prepJtoess and valor, wiuon ne sbt . iaa nr. ana their seen bu abUlty to maintain the numerical su periority necessary to assume th of fensive with the disadvantages of Russia, owing to the Inadequacy ol th single track railway from Europe, with commanding omcera uukuw" orders and tn a hopeless state of oon- ... AH,U nunVMU. With lOW piawu auiu viua, y r state of morals and confidence among the troops, and continuous uw horn of Internal troubles and of In suit and reproaches against th Th general pathetically oonolude that If Russia had been united and ready to make th sacrifices neces sary to safeguard her dignity nd in tegrity the ."valiant Russian army would hart striven ou ue iubduod." The Mukden volume open wiiu a sketoh of the early event of the war, showing that there were divided aoansala from the outset over the Os tein of Port Arthur. nil armloalaii Startled New York. u vnrk Tnh iil With a roar that was plainly beard aoove tne street ,.ia nf tha tritv. a hua oil tank In the Standard OU company's storage at Constable Hook, K. ... expiwwu Thursday. So great was the conous- aa, arinovra mora than a mil distant were shattered and buildings many miles away were anaxen ao se- 1. thai manv hnllavMl th dlS- imvij auw J " tarbanoe was caused by an earthquake. Three workmen were ngnung Ma. wtilnh had BtBrtad nOr th big receptacle which contained 400 barrels of kerosene, but the oll.igmtea in some anannaa iirtlrnnwn Bnj, Buddenlv thef came a tremendous report and th great tank was torn TO fragment A UirdpsaraBhlo Survey. tiraahlnafnn Fah 1L Th nt Tbn-iiln naaand a bill to DTOVld for on Investigation of the water resourees ot th United States, xn mveoiytar .i i. a. Ka, mail hv th director HI, M W J of tie geological surrey. Both ondet- ground ana surrace wawrs m Investigated to asoertaln their fitness n MMhiui bam and tor majtufooturing pBTposes. An amendment wa added to th measure wmcn permits wir atlnr, hAtwaan th state and th gs ral government In insJdn pu&ro- graptuo Burvva. . ' COAL LAUD ARSA3. SMrotary of th Interior Send th nate Statement snowing , Amount Patented and Vacant. ' WoBhlnrton. Fab. 16, ConHriytnc with iwsolutfcn of Inquiry th secre ar nf tha, Interior Frldar sent to th senate a statement snowing by townships the area of coal land In th rarioo states, the title of which ha passed from th United State. Th statement deals MPMtaHy with th anal area of Oolorado. Idaho, Mod tana. New Meutoo, North Dakota, Ongoa, South Dakota, wssnuigion, kiu and 17 tab. and tn addition to showmg th extent of eosl land In th patented areas, shows U oa atao not patented, on vaoant lands and oa Indian naervatlons. The total area tn those state In whloh eosl I known to exist I as ft'lrws: On patented land ,5o acres; not pi""w ts an anrnai vmaanL 1L1W.854 aero! Indian rotwratifm. 1,TM,i7 sores la a'. !!.!. the ltno of coal Is oor.;(Serd probbl In !11 Urgvt ar a fiJflwi: On rot'-onhjid land Mr; not pBwo WW lit; tt-'tr.t Uk3 A tt0,UV, !.!' If Conor Tks Prompt Action on Immigration uil nummmmm " Will Do the rtest. tra,ahtna4y,n . Winh. - lg. aa KayOT Schmlte and his aAsootete or await ing the action of congress on the Im migration bill and th result of Beore- . oufa aiaanllatlnria With th TO uaaj aawa "a- Uo tntrnmmt o nth San Fronolsoo sottooi oontroversy. , I. rha mil whloh the admin istration bellev will lolv the ooo- he labor labor problem, is sou to m aaiiafaAinrv tn thj, Jaoanes WJUI V a,.,... government, and another, and perhaps final aotuereno wui oe who au WiUte house Friday. Th failure of oongress to tok soma aetjon oa the Immigration bill Thura day was a disappointment to th mem bers of congress from California and to Mayor Bohmlts and the members of th school board, but they feel oon, fldent that th measure will be adopt ed without serious opposition. ir ,.-.. m,i,naiiaT nlrht aald ha look- ed for oo amicable settlentent of all tha auesaoosi as issue at rruij oonfereooe. Mayor BohmlU's proposition for sep arate Schools for the Japanese ohil a a., haaai anhmltted to the Toklo rorerameot and the Japanese embatsy . . . a-,. .1 mllra. hopes to he aoia to uouv-a- w u" a. in ajw-natarv Boot Friday mornings. H this snggestlon Is not ao- oeptable to Japan uoyor rxuiuuu, - At. j th. antuvJ board will UH9 UNUMiai. v. ' agree to abolieh the Oriental schools la San Frsnolsca : MISSOURI LAWMAKERS. The Jtou Pasted the Simmon Bill for Nomination or um -- enators Comrnltto Rsports, - r.taUw. mti Vah. UL The senate oommittae on eleotlons reported tavo. .Ki fha, (Meld hill tor a xen- MIMT U-ta-u ', ral primary Uw and tiw Coppr bill for olty pnnuuT w. A Uaj Bjvuabo sa. " corporations recommended th passag of Benator mimorers mu iwyibiu utl-trast Jaw to punish trust organis ers. It originally purposed to mak the offense a misaemeuuor tn committee changed. It to make the of fense a felony. ; w a strict party vote th bouse committee on railroads voted to re port favorably th Majors "Jim-Crow" bill. The senate took up for engroas taent the Cooper bill to amend the ia.hi ta ikw - It la ths bUl prepared - - - by Herbert 8. Hndley, attorney gener al, and mdorsea Dy uwwm m.. hill whloh nrovlde IB Duuuun. " ' r for the nomination of United States senators at the general eieoutn, wo naasAd hv the house Thursday morn ing by a strict party rot. - By a rot Of 10 to XT tn now, .1.4 -V.. WalmalnV Bm. ami flaQ penUM urn , b law Thursday afternoon and passed In stead the committees suuauuua n tgnuen nous diub. - Sleepers on Trolley Line.: St Louis, Feb. i!. The first trolley . nm tn Illinois left Bast St Louie Thursday night for Decatur, nt, vl Bpringneld. itto Bitwpn, were operated. The "Decatur mode the Initial trip from this end of the line and th "Springfield" departed . . m 4wm rwvttnr. The two can are duplicates and equipped with ten section. K bertha There- Is the', usual smoking room for men and dressing room tor women. in--w of curtains, the berths are separated by pulling up from the floor a parti tion built on th plan of th roller top of a tesk. . .' Arrested for "Ekjack Hand" Outrages. WUkesbarre, Pa., Feb. IS. As the result of a series of "Black Hand" out rages in the mining settlements In the vicinity of Pittston, Italians were arrested Thursday. They are charged with attempts at' murder, dynamiting and shooting at houses. Nearly a wagon load of stilettos, re volvers, guns, dynamite and other ex plosives were secured, tn seven houses searched at Browntown, a suburb ol Pittston. ' ' " Public Sale. m j...W.I aarttt aall at ntlbliO Ijn uiwaa, a II sale In Buckeye township, 8 miles ,a. ahll.na H 11 miles Sast of Talmage, on Mrs. Wm. HuoksoU'a farm, on Friday, Msrch Isl. oommenolng at 10 a. m. sharp, tha , following property! - - , 9 head of Horses -11 head of Cattle 30 head of Hogs v ' -' Farm Implements aoUlffl, All anma ni A1A Bnd Una AXtUUXU?. Al. auua v. a- . der cash; sums over $10 a oredlt of 9 months will be given on note with ap proved seourity of 10 per cent Inter- eat; II paid when due only per cent. Interest will be eharged. No proper ty to be removed until settled lor. S rer cent, oil for cash on sums over io. ' ' " . Free lunch at noon. ALBERT G. HUCKSOLL, 0. B. CHAMBERS, J. N. BURTON, Auctioneer Public - Sale. The nndersicrned will sell at pnbllo auction at her resideno on West First Street, Abilene, on , Wednesday, Feb. 27, commencing at 1 p.. m. sharp, tha following property: . Good Work Horse. Farm Implements. Also ohiokens, some corn and horn grown potatoes. Household Goods. TERMS: All sums of $10 and nnder cash, sums over $10 a credit of 10 months will be given on note with approved seourity at 10 per cent in terest; if paid when due only 6 per ceut interest will be charged- No property to be removed until settled for. '' "- MRS. S. Y.R.DAWSON J. G. ENGLE, Auctioneer. First publlahed In the Abilene Weekly Bo Sector Feb. H, HOT. I QhwlHta On I a Tin A cm TVoAntlnn. klllCiUl D wait, uuuw uwuuvu- In the Dutrlct Oourt ot Dlckloaon County, State of Kauaaa. ., - - Bertba Bchleaaner, Flalntlff, : va. . . . '. ' Clua. Dl.A. n.,..Aan, IKJWi, Haa,.vnwiwHH, - , Know AUHen By TheaeFnaentai . Tbat by virtu ot an execution to me di rected, -laaue-d out of th PlBtrlct Oourt or Dickinson oounty, Btat of Kama, In tlio above entitled Cause, I will, on Wednesday, the Doth day of March, A. O. MOT, at o'clock p. m., of aald day, at tha front door of the court house In tbe city of Abilene, Id the oounty of Dickinson, state of Kansas offer for sale and sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, for cash In hand, (for want of goods and chattels) the following described real estate W-wlti Lots three, (3) and four four (4) block twelve (19) In tbe town of Wood bine, In Dickinson Oounty, state ot Kansas, taken as tbe property of Bonert Blndt and to be sold to satisfy said elocution. Ulven unuer njj dbuu a. uij uaia ui a. city or Abilene to Is 18th day of February, A. D. 1807. i. B. FAVOB, Bberlff of Dickinson County, Stat of Kansas. C. 0. Townbb and 0. B. OHAwroao, Attoineys for Plaintiff. St-t rirst published In the Abilene Weekly Bo lector February 14, 1BW.1 Sheriff. Sale Under Execution. In the District Oourt of Dickinson County, State of Kansas. . - Bertha Schleatner, Plaintiff, vs. - - , ' " BobertRlndt, Defeadant,' ' Know All Men By These Present: That by virtue of an eiecutton to tne di rected, Issued out of tbe District Court of Dickinson County, Kansas, tn the above en titled cause, 1 will on Monday, the 5tb day of February, A. 1). 1807, at two o'clock p. m. of said day at Robert Kindt's livery barn Io Woodbine, Dickinson County. Kansas, offer for sale and sell at public auction to the bigheBt bidder for cash in hand the following goods, chattels and personal property, tc- One carriage. Are top buggies, one spring wagon, one dray wagon, one bay rack and wagon, one road cart, one trunk wagon, two saddle, one set dray harness, four set of doubledrirlng harness, one black team dray horses, one span gray mares, on bay mare, one bay driving horse named Randolph Hearst, six livery horses,one unbroken west ern mare, one Jackass, two stations, taken aa the property of Robert Rladt and to be sold U satisfy said execution. Given nnder my hand at raw office la the City of Abilene, Dickinson County, Kansas, this tsth day of February, A. I), luff!. J. B, Favor, Sheriff of DtcktBSOB Oounty, Kansas. , 0. 0. Townim, and a S. Obawtobd, Attorneys for flaintl. Stt ILA JLJUWil the srnoiitiEsr cciistitotioii Rhnunatista Is caused by a sour, acid condition of th Mood, brought on by chronlo constipation, weak kidneys, poor digestion and a gensraj slnggUh condition ol th sytn. BeoauM oi these tagnlarit th, rviua and wast m.ttert ?l the body ar not promptly expelled, but are left to sour ondlerment, producing lrritettng acku which r takea op by the blood and duttribut! to ail parts of th. syatom. Th'S send maU ter weakens and disss th. Wood ao that instead of supplying the body with no-.riah.i51r, healthful propske, It deposits the P$ " g loaded intotL ac'is, Berves, loncS aid Joints, and EhrumaUgtn geta rompl control of tbTsystein. tool aufli almos sxstantly with tha "awwSihthw hive interW. of frdxn. during wl.ci the? UvTte constant dread ol the next attack when on exposurs to live IB consHBst u' . ,,i.Ja -411 eana the Bimio- cold or damptass or soma other irrnntlariVy will esua th STttip- tom to return. II th can it not removal Kbnmatism wilt, prcr and rwch a point whar it beromes incurab!, and th etror, st eonatltutioa will break down. 8. 8. is. ha been wring R,urntif-i for more itt- fity year, it euacae u'eo vnmm m. 1 m t. - 1 ri - -1 V t""Ti"! I fcv S jlr.ar own into th Hood and removir.- fwuLT Va.-lwL.. j 411 ,- qI the ' 1 r'"rt-l l i-s; t!.ewi rr r" I ti ' oi j-1 v a 1 r . t ' tl 'i I - 1 " . J -v t ' 1 r e . Jill. ",' I ! ' - ' '