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DODGE CITY. KANSAS, THURSDAY. OCT. 6. 1898.
TWENTY-SECOND YEAR. VOL. XXI. NO. 52.
SENATOR BAKERS SPEECH.
It Ahoanded In Patriotic Truths.
Tbe Opera House Filled.
The opera Louse, Monday night, was
filled with people, who came from all
parts of tbe county to bear Senator Baker
speak ou tbe issues of tbe day. The
Cimarron band was present and played
several patriotic airs- The Dodge City
band made delightful music ou tbe occa
sion. A large number of Gray county
people were present. The Cimarron
baud was dressed in white duck suits and
tbey attracted general attention.
The crowd was fully up to expectation
in numbers, tbe mirth provoking Jerry,
with bis circus yarns, attracted some
people to tbe rikk.
Senator Baker bns a pleasing manner
and be "presents a striking appearance.
He is slow of speech, but bis voice is
clear and bis gestures are graceful. His
speech was a patriotic one and struck the
patriotic chord, as was evidenced by tbe
'frequent tumultuous applause. lie said
in part: For several years be bad a
warm feeling for our people. He showed
it. (Meaning the appointment of Hon.
M. W. Suttuu as Collector of Internal
He appeared not so much as a partisan,
A3 two years ago, for tbe issues are differ
ent today. The people were distressed
then. We were told that there would
never be prosperity. But you look well.
You are dressed well. Your creditors
are paid. Your property is worth more.
There is general prosperity over the
breadth of the land.
Tbe .Republican party always bas is
sues. It never bas fads. It never bas
been a twin with any other party. Sena
tor Baker made these statements in clear,
forcible and ringing tones that were
beard distinctly in every part of the
We pledged the people in 1S96 that if
McKiuley was elected prosperity would
come; that silver and gold would be at a
-parity; that Cuba would be free and in
dependent. Have we kept tbe promises?
On tbe 4th of March, 1S97, President
McKinley called congress in session for
revising the tariff laws on tbe statute
books. Manufacturing Interests were
prostrated, when President McKinley
assumed control of the government. You
will remember that laboring men
inarched up and down tbe land, exhibit
ing their misfortunes. The Coxeyites
were traversing the couutry and march
ing to the capital. I.am glad to say that
these armies have been mustered out,
and that General Prosperity bas marched
his army in-.
When congress convened in March.
1S97, it addressed itself to tbe proposition
to carry out the wishes of tbe St. Louis
convention. One thing, that it was not
to do wa3 to sell interest bearing bonds
in times of peace. (Big slam at Cleve
Tbe Dingley bill provided duties on
wool, Mexican cattle, salt, lead, bides
and many other articcs in use by tbe
people, and produced in tbe west. Not
a single proposition in that bill was
voted for by a Pop in either branch of
congress. Everything is worth more to
day than then. The Pop and Democrat
would Tote to put a duty on the articles
you raise in Kansas.
Mr. Baker related tbe story of the
farmer who traded bis Short Horn cattle
for sheep, and said he was so ashamed of
his treatraeut of the sheep that he could
aet look them In tbe face. He sheared
from the head down. It was true in re
gard to the opposition's course in con
gress. They said a panic would come if
McKinley was elected President, but In
stead tbe greatest prosperity is here that
was ever felt in the country. The bal
ance of trade by more than f 600,000,000
was in our favor. We have exported
$2 for every $1 imported. This sum of
money must be paid to the people of this
country. He spoke of tbe various ways
the money may be used. Our securities
Abroad are being taken up, but many are
held because they are valuable.
Bank Commissioner Briedenthal says
there are $50,000,000 in Kansas banks on
deposit, and $25,000,000 more in the
Rational banks in the State, making a
jptal of 75,000,000 in the hands of Kan-
xtma people. $50 per capita. Money en-
v for all business.
"I The administration of President Mc
Kinley contributed to this great result
The long suffering people of Cuba
were relieved Tj President McKinley,
: said Mr. Baker; and he spoke of the di-
ptomatie peace tneve of the President.
f The people said he was going too slow,
hit wisdom was shown by later
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the subsequent action In congress, when
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,ww was Toieu to piace our army on a
KS-,wmr footing; and the appropriation re-
tr .jsmisu. ie Tote ox every member m we
hnb ami coiac, oat irom uh dm
Jhrwsrd 'there was a party in congress
Apt faUed to Tote to provide mesas to
' the war. - These Totes were sot
The BepsbHea party
iKthhsCYof thsatrr. The
came to the Republican party through
tbe administration of the war.
Tbe vote ef congress to enable tbe
President to use the army and navy for
the suffering people of Cnba, was re
ferred to. The results are known to all.
He spoke of Dewey's achiBvements.
He sent the Spanish fleet to tbe water's
depth, but old glorj- floated in the air.
Cervera's fleet also rested on the bottom
of tbe sea. Tbe boys in bine marched
up the hill at 1 Caney aud our flag
floated on Cuban soil.
Whenever this country was in peril,
some gieat power put the Republican
party iu control. No nation of men cTer
accomplished what the Union men did in
1SG5. A race was liberated and a nation
was maintained. A Republican adminis
tration settled the issues growing out of
that war and a Republican administration
will settle the issues growing out of the
past war. McKinley "s name will go
down in bistoxy like Abraham Lincoln's
In speaking to the opposition to war
measures, Mr. Baker said the opposition
saw that glory was coming to the Re
publican party by reason of the war, and
tbe struggle commenced on the measure
to provide war taxes. Tbe Democrats
voted to tax the tea on your breakfast
t.tble, but they would not vote to tax the
wealth of the country.
Of thoe Democrats who have such
faith In McKinley, he said, if thoy have
tbe faith they profess they should vote
the Repoblicau ticket the State, congres
sional and county tickets.
There are greater issues now than in
He referred to the graud voyage of the
Oregon. Tbe questions now are the
construction of tbe Nicaragua canal, to
float the greatest commerce of tbe world,
under tbe American flag. To build up
our navy, to be the equal of the greatest
power of the world. So that we cannot
only shoot the ships but sink them.
The dominant is-ue is to build up an
Americau commerce. n
No one in this country is afraid of tbe
soldiers whether the army shall be
20,000 or 20,000,000. This question is
Porto Rico is ours. We shall keep
faith with the people of Cuba. If they
are not capable of self government, that
island will be annexed to tbe United
What shall we do with the Philippines?
Senator Baker was conservative on tbe
expansion question and he did not com
mit himself to the broader views of the
policy of the great mass of the people.
The island of Luzon will be kept. The
Nicaragua caual will enable us to sweep
from oceau to ocean in tbe defense of our
country. Mr. Baker showed by tbe tour
of tbe Oregon and tbe promised increase
in our commerce, tbe uecessity of con
structing the Nicaragua canal.
We are on no crusade, but a commer
cial crusade, and we will supply tbe
world. Tbe question, what we should
do with our surplus Droducts, was com
ing on us, but tbe war precipitated it
and opened tbe way. Our great resources
Tbe issue as Mr. Baker sees it: We
are all for McKinley. The people of this
country should Bttnd by McKinley, and
for his administration that has done so
much. Tbe people will stand by bim in
the settlement of these great questions.
Shall we send to congress Simpson and
Botkin, who are not in harmony with
the administration of McKiuley? Vote
for the nominees on the Republican
ticket. Long and Bailey.
Tbe State of Kansas properly belongs
to the Republican party. It was placed
there by Republican bullets and ballots,
and we will place her there in 1893.
The issue is not stock yards, insurance
and school hooks. But shall we stand
by McKinley and the administration.
Leedr said nothing but what found re
sponse in the Spanish heart. He said
your commander-in-chief is a "weak
man.' We sent DeLome home to Spain
for saying "McKinley is a weak man.'
We will send Leedy back to Coffey
county for saying the same thing.
Mr. Baker said the stock yards were
located in Missouri, where the greater
part of business was done. McNall has
not turned in the usual fees in insurance
by at least $9000. Hs has done one
thing; that is a shame on the State of
Kansas; $35,000 have been collected by
his "road agents,' who have never
turned over a cent to the State.
Senator Baker paid Kansas a beautiful
eulogy. He said tbe State was 30 years
ot age, and it was the foremost State in
the products of the farm. It is not ex
celled in the world in fertility. We nave
developed a wonderful people. Kansas
is a mighty empire. We have more
miles of railroads, and more school houses
thai any other State. He did not know
how many school ma'ams. There were
shurehes in great number. In 189S we
are going to hitch our car to the stars,
and oar flight will be onward and up
ward. -He addressed the eld soldiers end the
young soldiers la the meeting, and corn
ed the bravery of both. He bad
far the lifts aad tears for the
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of 1S98. without exception, will vote for
jthe McKinley administration, and they
will see that none but true men are put
Ringing applause greeted Senator
Baker as he closed bis speech, which cc-
jcupied an hour and twenty minutes in
delivery. The people were well satis
fled wi:h the speech, and many favorable
comments were made ou the thoughts hs
expressed, and which occupy the minds
of the American people.
Tbe County Printing.
In the District Court, Monday, Judge
Price granted, on tbe application of N.
B. Elaine, publisher of the Globe Re
publican, a peremptory writ of man
damus upon the Board of County Com
missioners, compelling them to turn over
tbe county urintinsr to the Globe-Re
publican. It will be remembered that
wheu Commissioner Nic May rath was
ousted, J. W. Ilarshbergir was put in
his place. Tbe supposed "new board"
proceeded at once to rescind the printing
contract with the Globe-Republicax,
and the majority of the Board made a
contract with J. E. Lucas, of the Ford
County Leader, to do tbe county print
ing. An agreement was made that both pa
pers could do tbe printing, but tbe pay
should go to the paper which the court
designated as the "legal paper." Accord
ingly, a suit, upon ait agreed statement
of facts, was presented to the courr on
Monday. Attorney Ed H. Madison pre
sented tbe rase for tbe Globe-Retubli-cak.
and Reeves & Kirkpatrick for the
Leader. Both sides offered legal opin
ions, but Mr. Madison's plain statement
of tbe statutes covered the facts in the
case, upon which the opinion of the
court was based. Iu rendering his deci
sion, Judge Price said tbe Board of
County Commissioners met on tbe se
cond Mouday of January of each year.
Tbe judicial construction of tbe law by
tbe Supreme Court was given by Judge
Price. Tbe life of the Board extends for
a period of one year from tbe second
Monday in January of each year. How
is tbe Board dissolved? he asked. Not by
death of a member or other cause. No
court or statute says so. He s-iid if the
entiie membership of the Board changed
tbe organized existence of the Board is
not changed. Tbe membership is
changed, but not the organization. The
change of organization does not come
about by either decease or resignation.
The Board is determined once a year in
January. The Board as organized iu
June had no legal existence; but its life
bad commenced in January, notwith
standing the membership bad changed.
The Board iu June bad uo right to re
scind the printing contract made iu Jauu
ary. Any change iu membership doe;
not make a new Board. He inquired :
Must the Board be changed every thirty
days by reason of resignation, decease or
otherwise? Tbe Judge said be took the
view as prescribed in tbe statutes.
The printing was awarded to the Ford
County Leader on the alleged supposition
that the board as organized in June was
a "new board." On this point Reeves
& Kirkpatrick argued in defcuse of their
client's claim to the printing.
Tbe peremptory writ of mandamus was
granted. Reeves & Kirkpatrick, attornej's
of J. E. Lucas, gave notice that tbey
would appeal tbe case to the Supreme
Court. Mr. Madison stated that the At
torney General bad given an opinion
substantially as given by Judge Price.
Col. Fitch of the 21th Kansas pays the
regiment a fine compliment. Iu tbe
Wichita Eagle be says:
"They are a tine lot of men and obeyed
orders. Tbe Twenty-first was admittedly
the finest regiment of men at Cbicka
raauga. Tbey were selected as tbe escort
of honor for General Breckcnridge, and
agaiu for Secretary of War Alger, when
be visited us. These signal marks of
distinction are alone a sufficient answer
to tbe charges made against the officers
by the newspapers. I did my duty to
the men, to the State of Kansas and to tbe
country. That's all that is required of
an officer, and the record of the Twenty
first Kansas will prove tharldid that.
But then so did every other officer and
every private io tbe regiment. No man
iu particular is entitled to the credit for
the splendid accomplishments of the
Twenty-first Kansas. Everyman, from
the private to the highest officer, helped
to make the record.
"Speaking about their rations, they
had fresh bakers' bread nearly the whole
time. None of these boys know what the
regular army hard tack is. They bad
fresh meat once or twice a day and beans,
vegetables, etc. There couldn't be any
complaint about what they bad to eat."
Col. Fitch made a statement regarding
some "kicking done by members of the
Wichita company. The men generally
sre satisfied with tbe treatment they re
Continued success can come alone from
merit. Dr. Sawyers"Wild Cherry and
Tar is steadily increasing in sals because
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The Ba4 Treatment Clamor.
The alleged bad treatment of soldiers
is a Democratic deception practiced upon
tbe people in order to-carry tbe elections.
A Washington telegram says :
Tbe instructions which have been
sent out from - the Democratic headquar
ters in Washington to every State in the
Uuion have been to raise as much clamor
over the alleged bad treatment of soldiers
as possible, and keep the free silver i5t:e
iu tbe background until after tbe elec
tion. At tbe same time instructions were
giveu to see that none but free silver
men were nominated for congress. The
calculation bas been that by these tactics
the gold Democrats and many of tbe
Republicans could be blinded to tbe real
issue and led along a false trail. As soon
an the election was over, the Democrats,
realizing that there is really no great sub
stance to the camp horror issue, would,
of course, relegate it to the background
and claim that the election could only be
regarded as indicative of a great change
of opinion on tbe money question.
Among tbe first of tbe sound money
men to discover the deception which was
being practiced upon tbera were the Ger
mans of Iowa. Word came to the Re
publican congressional committee that
two of tbe leading German papers of
Iowa, which up to this time have been
sulking in tbe campaigu on account of
feeling agtinst the War Department,
have now come out strong for all the
Republican congressional nominees iu
the State. Both of these papers printed
explanations of their change of attitude.
Convincing information, tbey stated, bad
reached tbem (hat the Democrats have
been using the camp honor clamor sim
ply as a disguise for the real issue, which
is free silver or sound money.
The eudurance of Santa Fe trainmen
is being taxed to tbe utmost to pull the
company through the present great rush
of business, while officials of tbe car ser
vice department spend sleepless nights
telegraphing in search of cars to handle
tbe freight. Protracted efforts have been
made during the pate few weeks on the
part of tbe company officials to get their
cars off freight lines. "Please locate,
report and send to the nearest terminal
point on our line all cars bearing our
mark" is tbe substauce of telegrams
which have been traveling over the wes
tern States for several days. The major
ity of these message have their origin iu
The company officials deny th.it there
is a scarcity of cars but shippers report
inability to secure cars speedily from the
lines entering m Topeka. The roads are
doing their best and hope within a few
days to have tbe rolling stock where it
can be reached. Even then there is
doubt about the supply being sufficient to
meet the demand. The coming of
thousands of cattle from tbe west and
south to feed on tbe Kansas com crop is
partly responsible for the scarcity of
cars. Add to this the grain rush owing
to low rates and tbe canse of the difficulty
is easily discovered. The trainmen are
suffering too, although tbey are making
long runs and big money. At divisiou
points when trainmen finish a run they
are being called for return trips before
tbey have time to change their clothes or
visit their homes. This has occurred an
nually on the Santa Fe for several years.
Sam Carpenter, who has been em
ployed en the railroad here for tbe past
five years has been given charge of a
section near Dodge City, because he has
shown good judgment and careful work
while here. His promotion was a grati
fying surprise. Garden City Herald.
A report coming from Albuquerque,
N. M., states that 4000 freight cars for
the Santa Fe system are to be built at the
car shops in that city, and that 200 men
from the San Bernardino aud Topeka
shops are to be sent there for that pur
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Kalamazoo Goiset Co.
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County Clerk's Office, Dodge City, Kansas,
Board of County Commissioners met in
regular session. Present full board.
On motion the following bills were allow
ed: A. Russell, snlary county treasurer $3C8 35
W H Preston. J P fees, state vs Steph
ens i ss
W H Preston J P fees state vs Wheeler 2 CS
H B Beil, sheriff fees state vs Wheeler 31 26
L R Miller, examining county treasury 2 U)
t tUrkpatrick, examining co. treasury 2 00
II A Cord, associate examiner 12 CO
FllPrather, salary county snpt 125 00
J M Kirkpatrick, salary county attor
ney and fees.... 170 00
J E Lucas, stationery 10 00
W XHarper, salary and fees fc9 CO
Geo S Potter, work court house 6 CO
W 2f Harper, fees case sending boy to
reform school 7 50
G W Crane Jfc Co, stationery 23 30
TE French, clerk's fees 4 10
LBader, making key 1 00
C M Simla, road viewing 2 CO
J D Brcivii, road viewing 2 00
IIu3S Bealmwar, road viewer and team 4 O)
James Zeigler. road damage 5W
S Dodswortb Book Co, stationery.... 41 03
F Bader. work for courthouse 4 60
I PKaglin, papering supt's office 4 00
F C Woodbury, nssoiate examiner 12 09
Mike Kenedy, work court yard 24 CO
US Crane, salary and expense 23 V
W S Amos, supplies for county poor.. 8 30
Dodge City Water Co, water for poor.. 2 37
J S Martin, care and board sick pauper 87 30
Win Leathern ood, care sick paupar.. 3 30
John Murphy, care sick pauper
J F Oneal. care and board for Rachel
Eversou three months
Frank Gosba, care and board for Mrs.
Kelly one month
John S-traetor. care and cleaulngroom
of John Mitchell 3 00
Strange & Summersby, supplies for co.
poor 14 93
Frank Boesel, board and care Emma
Augeman. insune 30 CO
R W Evans supplies for county poor.. 4 00
W J Fitzgerald, supplies county poor 5 2t
UL Shelly, keeping county poor .. . 113 60
J W Hicks, carpenter work on court
house 2 00
W B Smith, meals for paupers 5 0C
J M Bell, meals for paupers 2 30
S J Crumbiue, physician's attendance
county poor 1 ft"
HR Brown, supplies county poor and
county supplies 25 20
Dodge City E L Jc Water Co, light and
water for court house 71 53
W F Pine, medicine 6 months for coun
ty poor 25 20
McCarty & 31 11 ton, surgical and medl
cal attendance county poor 196 30
Report of viewers on road petitioned for
by Albert Temaat and others was approved
except Heury Lampe vras allowed $30.00 for
The following bills were allowed:
SLPiue, road viewing 2 00
JHUiubach, road viening 2 00
Ed Hain, road viewing 2 00
Heport of viewers on road petitioned for
by J C Kimbrel aad S A Currey was laid
The following bills were allowed;
J H Leidigh, road viewing 6 00
W II Beck, road viewing 6 00
u V Bartlett, road viewing and team.. 12 00
Report of viewers oa road petitioned for
by J T Everett and others was approved and
road not allowed.
The following bills were allowed:
X J Smith, road viewing and team 4 CO
C E Argabright, roid viewing and team 4 00
phllArtwein. road viewing 2 00
On motion the Board adjourned to Tues
day, October 4,3a.m.
Tuesday, 0 a. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment. Full
A rebate of 5100 on valuation tax 1S97 was
given on lot.- i3. 7, 3 aud sw nev section 1,
township 27, ranged.
County treasurer instructed to receive face
of taxes on block 6. Dodjf e City, Kaasas.
Report of examiners of county treasury
On motion following bills were allowed:
HBBell, boarding prisoner $100 40
H B Bell, Jailor and Janitor 134 CO
H B Bell, taking Leonard Tattle to re
form school 34 62
Arebate ofi0.5 was allowed on taxes on
lot S, block 12, Dodge Cltyf
Quarterly report of couaty superintendent
On motion county treasurer be Instructed
to receive $30 for all taxes due on lots 1 and 2
block 28. Dodge City.
On motion county treasurer be Instructed
to receive $10.00 for assignment of certificate
on s 50 ft of lot 31 and e 5 ft of s 51 ft of lot 32,
On motion following bills were allowed:
A Russell, clerk hire 1 year 52OO.0O
K Kirkpatrick, county supplies and
burial of pauper 23 20
MMGwinner, supplies county poor.. 100
On motion county clerk be instructed to
notify all parties owing seed grain notes to
the county to pay tbe same at once, and if
not paid to torn the notes over to the coun
ty attorney for collection.
County treasurer be instructed to receive
$25 in full for taxes on lots IB, 21, 22, 23, and 34
F W Boyd's addition.
Tbe following bills were allowed:
T S Lane, salary $24 00
JW Harshberger, salary 21 00
HE Brown, salary 15 CO
On motion county treasurer be instructed
to receive $15 for assignment of certificate of
all taxes up to and including year of 1836 on
lots 19. 21 aad 23, Shinn'a addition.
The following amounts of county warrants
Warrants, principal $3,000.34
Warrants, interest 1.4S2.23
On motion tbe Board adjourned.
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Polk Cliue, chairman of tbe Democra
tic county central committee iu Paw nee
comity, says : "Jerry Simpson's circusr
yarns are jjettiug a trifle thread-bare."
Kansas otiht to get up aad give
wild wienl bowl of joy just ouce to clear
tbe microbes of calamity out of hr
lungs. Today the reading of a Kansas
batik statement is as stimulating as a
drink of brand,.
Dr. Sawyer's Arnica aad Witch Huzcl
Salve naturally stands iu such esteem
witii tbe public in tbe curing of y-kiu
diseases, eczema, piles, burns, scalds,
cuts or flesh votind3, that argument to
prove its worth seems quite unnecessary.
Sold by W. S. Amos.
Our seamen asked for a bisrger navy.
Jerry Simpson voted agaiust it. Our
landsmen asked for a freer market. Jerry
Simpson voted agaiust the anti-optioit
bill Take him on land or sea aud Simp
son has been seriously a mistake, uo
matter bow successful he may havo been
as a humorist.
Am Enterprisiag- DrngSlst.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising thau W. F. Piae, who
spares no pain to secure the best ot
everything in bis line for his many cus
tomers. He now has the valuable agency
for Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Cough and Colds. This is the
wonderful remedy that is producing sueu
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Our little boy was afliicted with rheu
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to put bis foot to tbe floor. We tried iu
vain, everything we could hear of that
we thought would help bim. We almost;
gave up iu despair, when some oce ad
vised us to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
We did so, aud tbe first bottle gave so
mncb relief tbat we got a second one.
and, to our surprise it cured bim sound
and well. J. T. Bays, pastor Christian!
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From Chambers' Journal.
A man was asked the cause of bis fatlu
er's death and replied tbat "while ad
dressing a large outdoor assemblage of
people, who were listening to bis remarks,
with tbe greatest interest, a portion or
the platform npon which be was standing
gave way beneath him, whereby be was
precipitated several feet with such vio
lence as to break his neck.'7 The man's
father was banged.
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if your stomach be disordered, you have
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fected you have a pinched look. Secure
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good looks. '4Electric Bitters' is a good
Alterative and Tonic. Acts directly oa
the stomach, liver aud kidneys. Purines
tbe blood, cures pimples, blotches and
boils, and gives a good complexion.
Every bottle guaranteed. Sold at W. F
Pine's Drug Store. 50 cents per bottle.
Three Deeters is CssssJKstles.
From Benjamin FrankUa.
"When you are sick, what' you like
best is to be chosen for a medjeine in the)
first place; what experience tells yon is
best, to be chosen in the second place;
what reason (i. e., Theory) lays is best
to be chosen in tbe last place.
But if you can get Dr. Inclination, Dr.
Experience and Dr. Season to hold a
consultation together, they wttl give youv
tbe best advice tbat can be taken.
When you have a bad cold Dr. Inclina
tion would recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and
safe to take Dr. Experience would, re
commend it because it never iails tof
feet a speedy aud permenent sure. Dr.
Reason would recommend it because it
is prepared on scientific printipiesasdt
acts on nature's plan in relieving thjst
tangs, opeBiaf the secretions aafresisc
iog the systssa to a natural and hsslthjf
conditio. Forsalebx W. S. Asm.