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The GAZBTTBta delayed ft few
fcour8to waltftctlonof the judi
cial convention.
The convention was called to order
at 10 o.'cloctyiafd after organizing with
H.D. Freemw, chairman and B. J.
CanneHlp'secre'ary an adjournment
uraa tktnmntll 2 o'clock. The reso
lutions reaffirmed lallerjience to the
principles of the Omaba platform and
- demanded a clean judiciary.
f Hon . Wm . Whitelaw of this city was
nominated by acclamation.
Lack of time prevents a better re
port. In the Flcll Again.
Uncle Jeff Bower has again resur
Tected the Sylvia Banner after a
isleeD of some months. The Banner
is airain a populist paper. Success to
you Jeff.
Free Nupper.
Tbe Salvation Army people will give
a free supper to the poor children of this
city next Saturday evening. Also Ice
cream and cake will be served to all
w
Liberal to Link.
The jury In the case of A. J. Lusk
in the United States court et Wichita
last Friday failed to reach an agree
ment. The Judge however reduced
bis bond to $1,000 which lie gave.
A Mlek Boy.
"Willie SchaU, one of the twins,
known to everyone in this city has
been in a percarious condition at the
home of his parents cn west Fifth
street foi tli9 last 2 weeks from an at
tack of typhoid fever.
Headquarter for Mower Itepalra.
Sickles, sections, ledger plates,
guards, pitraans and pitman-boxes rur
nished at 33,1 per cent. less than regu
lar prices.
Geo. McKwstky & Co.,
At Devier's Grocery.
tire.
The Are department was calledlast
Saturday evening to the home of Wm'
Wimplebeg's at 201 Ninth street west.
The loss was about $125. The general
supposition is that tbe tire was caused
by a mouse getting into a box of
matches.
Tbe Lucky Number.
Peter Bertram, of Wichita put :in
the lowest bid for furnishing the steam
beating Jflxturea at the reformatory.
93,085 was his bid.
"The bids ranged from 18,975 to
$12,300.
A Card.
1 wish to return my sincere thanks
to my friends and neighbors and espe
cially the K. Vs. for their kindness
and help during thu illness, death and
burial of my beloved husband. May
God's richest blessings ever bo tliino.
Mrs. Mauv JJonnett.
Died.
Mrs. K. Willley died very suddenly
at Kansas City last Sunday night. She
had been partially paralized for the
past two years ninl -received another
htroke Sunday. 11 r. C. B. Willley left
Tuei-day evening to attend tlio funeral
which was held yestcrduj.
Miss Elizabeth Tharp, daughter of
Zeno Tharp, of Troy township, died at
the homo of her sister Mrs. William
Miller, on Tuesday, Kept. 17, of con
sumption. She wiil be laid to rest to
day in the l'artrihgu cemetery.
Mrs. Miner Crippen, died Tuesday
at her homo in Lincoln townshin, aged
43 years. Mrs. Crippen had been a
sufferer for the last ! years from
dropsy an 1 since June 1st she has been
conlinedt) her bed. The body was
liid to rjst on Wednesday in the
Dunkaid cemetery two miles south
west of Booth.
Ticket Aouiluutc
The populists of Bell township nom
inated the following ticket last Thurs
day: Trustee, C. K. Mauk.
Clork, L. Y. Bradshaw.
Treasurer E. II. Murrey.
Constables, J. B. Jones, and B.
Fluke.
Head Overseers, 1st district, Luther
Brown; 2nd district, ;jud Cresswell;
3rd district, B. F. Knapetiburgox; 4th
district, J. Ramsey.
The Two Juhnk"
are both artists. Give them a call and
be convinced, if you need anything in
the line of barber work. Xo. 8 east
Hberraan, back of the Valley KUte
bank.
Wedding.
Milton E. Hollldav and Miss Ada
larpless of Haven, were married in
this city last Thursday at the resi
dence of Mr. Hi nt, on F avenue.
At the residence of tlio bride's par
ents y.r. and Mrs. Hugh Johnson,
Miss Dora Jolirsm to Mr. K. A. Jones
of Princeton, Kansas. Itev. Ir. Hall
officiating.
The wedding was to occur at !)
o'clock Wednesday evening but owlni;
to the train .which was to bring th"
groom to the city at 4:5-3 being seven
hours late ilia cere:nony did not take
place until 1 o'clock Thursday morning
VEIU4XAL
MIm Kata Rnwlnv. of Lincoln. Neb..
Is visiting her Bister Mrs. 11. 8. Fos
ter.
Mr. Jas 1 wood, of Nlnnescah town
shin was a Gazette visitor last Mon
day.
Geo. McKeown, of Abbyville called
Monday and Bet up the date of bis
paper one year.
Miss Eva Beem the popular money
order clerk at the postofllce returned
Monday from the national meeting of
postal clerks.
F. J. Altswager editor of the School
and Fireside, left for a two weeks va
cation last Friday and will visit
Chicago and other points.
Mr. J. 11. Walker, of Nlnnescah,
township was a Gazette visitor last
rrk...ln0 TTrt liuo n.iM l,ia lurm unH
JLUUiauaj. UD una a.'ivt " J i"1"
will spend the winter visiting friends
in Missouri anu oiuer puima.
Will F. Gaston, of Haven, was a
Gazette caller last Saturday. Mr.
Gaston is one of Iteno county's lead
ing educators and has charge of the
Haven schools.
Eev. A. II. Mahan and wife of Ar
kansas City are spending a week in
Hutchinson, llev. Mahan had charge
of the Baptist church at Arkansas
City-forsome nine months.
For 14 Cents.
Hereafter the New Clarendon Hotel
will serve meals at 15 cents instead of
20 cents as heretofore. Mr. Masters
requests us to state that be is prepared
to take care of as many as will come
either for board or rooms.
An old Settler Clone.
Feter Bonnett, of Medford died at
his home last Saturday night. Aged
39 years. The funeral wai held at the
Methodist church In Sterling at 3 p.
m. Monday afternoon, the K. P. lodge
of that cify having charge. The. re
mains were laid to rest in the Sterling
cemetary. The funeral was one of the
largest ever held in the county, the
procession being over a mile in length,
lie had been a citizen of this county
for fourteen years He was a law
abiding citizen, upright and just in all
his dealings with his fellow man. He
leaves a wife and three children and
scores of neighbors and friends to
mourn his death. Truly a good neigh
bor and a worthy citizen has passed
from this earth.
Miami Townahlp.
The people's party voters of Miami
township are reqnested to meet in
Turon, October 7th to nominate a
township ticket.
J. A. DkBard, Com.
I.otla Township
The people's party of Loda town
ship will meet at their regular vot'ng
place on Saturday, Sept. 21, at 2 p.m.
for tbe purpose of nominating a town
ship ticket. J . 1. 11 1 ATT,
Committeeman.
Sumner.
The populist voters of Sumner town
ship will meet at the Antioch school
house Saturday, Sept 28, at 2 p. in. for
the purpose of placing in nomination
u township ticket. J. L. Gill,
Committeeman.
Reno.
The people's party of Iteno town
shin will meet at their regular voting
place Saturday, Sept. 28 at 1 p.' m. for
the purpose ot nominating a township
ticket. Geo. Si'Ancienhicikjeii,
Committeeman.
TowiiNhip l'rinmry.
The populists voters, of Ninnesch
township will met at Red Hill school
house Saturday, Sept. 28, at 2 o'clock
p. m. for the purpose of nominating
candidates for township officers.
Geo. B. Davis, Com.
llaveu TowiiNiilp ('miens.
The populisss voters of Haven town
ship will meet at Haven Kansas at 2
oVock p. m. on Saturday, Sept. 23 for
the purpose of placing in nomination
candidates for the township offices.
G. S. Bishop,
Member Central Committee.
Xollce.
There will be a township convention
of the populists party ot Grove town
ship, lleno county, Kansas at the Por
ter school house, on Wednesday the
23th day of September lS'J-5 at two
o'clock p. m. for the purpose ot nomin
ating a township ticket for the Novem
ber election, and to transact all other
business that may properly couu be
fore the convention. A full attend
ance i3 eacnestly requested.
A. L. Nelsov,
Central Committeeman.
Just Read.
A car load of the finest steel ranges
ever shown ia this market.
Geo. McKinstby & Co.,
(in with Devier.)
Pablie Male.
Wednesday, September 25, 1S9-3 at
9 a. m., at my farm 2 miles west and 2
miles south of Haven, 8J miles west
of Mt Hope, and 81 miles eait of Cas
Ueton. i horses; 3 work Inrses; 1 span of
mules; 1 pony; 1 fine two year-old
lnir.se colt: 4 hrood sows'; 17 shoals;
43 head ot' cattle consisting of; 7 year
ling steers; 7 jearling heifers: .' two
ear old heifers in calf; 3 spring calves;
2 fresh mildi ciiug; 12 milch cows fresh
in October; :: three year old milch
cows; all of the milkers are line dairy
eows; 1 press ilrill; 1 one-horse drill; 1
barrow; 1 mowing machine; 2 sulky
plows; 1 new cultivator; 1 disc harrow;
1 lister; 1 corn planter; 1 corn drill; one
half interest in a header; 1 jump seat
carriage; 1 sinule bujgy: o hay racks
1 set double harness; 1 cooking range;
1 heauna stove; 1 rsew process gasoline
stove; 00 yard of carpet; 7 Windsor
chairs; 1 sofa; 2 bedsteads 1 large- cup
board; l bath tno.
Tekm of Sale: Twelve months
time without interest if paid when
due; If not so paid to draw 10 per cent
interest per annum from date of sale.
Purchaser to give a note with approved
security. Five dollars and under cash
In hand without discount. Over that
aonout 10 per cent allowed for cash.
Free lunch at noon.
G. II. BENSON.
J. P. McCokmick, Salesman.
Joint Marshall, Clerk.
No Cure Ma Fay.
Johnsons Lightning Pile remedy Is
guaranteed to cure Blind, Ulcerated,
Itcbinir or Bleeding Piles. It absorbs
the tumors, acts as a poultice, allays
the itching at once and gives instant
relief. It is prepared only for piles
and is not a "cure all" for the ills the
flesh is heir to. A fifty cent hox will
cure y.u, or your money will be re
turned. For sale by all druggists ia
Hutchinwn. If your druggist does
not carry it send direct to me.
W. L. Johnson.
86-tf. Hutchinson, Kansas.
New Harness Stoop.
Mr. C C. Colee has severed his con-
nanHrtn oiiih ilia nlil firm nf .Tnnpft &
Colee, and has opened up a new shop
at 0. nueruian Birtjet easii wuere ue
will be pleased to meet all his old cus
tomers and as many niw ones as lie
can. If you need any repairing done
this is the place to go. Don't forget
the vlace. No. 6 Sherman east. 3-tf.
Stop and seo the splendid Buck's
white enameld line of steel ranges and
cook stoves at Geo. McKinstry & Co.,
(in with Devier).
TUE BEAUTIFUL ROCKIES. CTI
They Contain tbe Grandest Scenery
and the Klchest Uold Mlues lu
tlie Known World.
For unknown wealth in fabulons rich
mines of gold and silver and sparkling
precious gem stones, not to mention the
lovely scenery, our own Rocky moun
tains excel any region on earth. The
Illustrated Weekly, of Denver, (founded
1890) illustrates the choicest scenery
each week ami tells about the wonderful
west. Also, true stories of love und ad
venture. This big family paper con
taining eight large pages, fifty-six col
ninua, will be sent on trial three months
(thirteen weeks) for ouly ten two cents
stumps; club of six for a dollar bill
Handsome gold rings set with beautiful
Rocky .mountain gems are given free as
premiums. Address as above and men
tion Tkb Gazette when vnu write.
Streetor.
Strector. the popular restaurant
tnan. U serving meals at 15 cents, at
the old stand.
ItKlSN OF HIGH CARS IV AL.
St. i.ouls lu a Blase of Glery. Seven
Weeks or Dnlnte.rnpied Galty.
The name of America's greatest car
nival center St. Louis will be blaz
oned on the skies of gaiety from Septem
ber 4th to October lUth, 1895. The
eighteenth annual reign ot carnival will
prevade the city, and for seven weeks
European capitals noted for their seasons
of mystery and regal entertainment will
gracefully bow to the superiority of the
city on the banks of the Mississippi.
September 4th will mark the opening
of the Twellth Annual St. Louis Exposi
tion. This splendid feature of St. Louis
Exposition. This splendid feature of
St. Louis's carnival period will remain
opeu until October liKh. In addition to
Sousa's world-famed hand, many new
attractions will be offered. JSepteniber
4th to 14th, the celebrated French Equi
librists, the Kius-Nors, will appear.
September 5th to 23th, Caicedo, ''tha
King of the Wire," and Louis Oloriz,
"the Man Monkey" by their unique en
tertainment will di'liitht the fun-seeking
publii:. September 3(Jth to Ootuher 12th
Ivan Tscnerolf's celebrated educated
the Russian dug", are carded for a series
of wonderful pielorui:mces. October
10th to l'.lth. Price Kokin, the (reate
Japauese Juggler alive, will xj It an en
gagement, while Buck Taylor and troupe
of intive Sioux Indians and Mi.-s Corne
lia C'ainvbell Bedford, of New York
Doiuonstrator of Cooking, will appear
every day during the Exposition sensou.
The mysterious personage. King Hotu
and his retinue will nive a daylight par
ade September 2.Sth. This is one of the
most unique attractions of the carnival
season in St. Louis, and is grotesquely
staged. October 7th to 12th, the world
heater, the trout St. Louis Fair will he
the chief attraction. On the evening of
October 8th. His majesty the Vailed
Prophet and royal court will parole the
principal thoroughfares of the city, fol
lowed by the famous ball, which is
kno'vu of throughout the land .
All tbe St. Louis thontres, during the
season of high carnival have billed most
excellent attractions. Among the num
ber might bo, novitioiie I "Trilby" "Ly
ceum Theatre Com pan v," Chas. Froh
uiau's Stock Company, Hoyt's "A Uluck
Sheep," I)e Wolf Hopper, etc.
Tho management of the Missouri
Paoilio Railway and Iron Mountain
Route constantly having the interests of
St. Louis in mind, will sell tickets from
all points on the system to carnival city
and return at greatly reduced rates. Foi
copy of the program giving the features
of the carnival season in detail, address
company's agents, or H. C. Townsend,
Oeueral Passenger Agent, St. Louis,
Mo,
Geo. Mcbinistry & Co., (in with
Devier) aieelosing out sulky plows at
less than cost.
A ( The Osarks.
The land of the big red apples, is an
attractive and interesting book, hand
somely illustrated wi'h views of Couth
Missouri scenery, including the famous
Oloen fruit farm of 3.000 ncres In
Howell county. It vertains lo fruit
raising in that great fruit belt of
America, the southern slope of the
Ozarks. and wili prove of great value
not only to fruit-growers, but to every
farmer and homeseeker looking for a
farm and a home.
Mailed free. Address,
.1. E. Lockwoop.
Kansas City. Mo.
The "Two Jnhn3" are situated back
of the Valley State bank. Give them
a call for a smooth shave.
A LADY
Who hod bought one of our fine
men's all wool suit3 that vou read
about so much as being worlh nearer
$10.00 than any other amount
How she liked it? Sho replied that
her "hubby" was more than pleased,
that it woro so well, always lookeaso
well and gave such good satisfaction
for the money.
We've got more of 'em, do you
want one?
We're offering some awful good
things in shoes this week.
New Daylight,
Shos Si Clothing HOuse.
WANTED: Several trustworthy gontlemen
or ladles to travel in Kansmn for estab
lished, reliable house. Salary 3780 sad ex
penses. Steady position. Kneiose reference
snd self-aililress-d tnmped eoveloue. 'the
IH.minlon Compiiny, Third Floor Oiuaha Blpg-.,
Chicago.
Excursions to Texas anil the South
Are you contemplating a trip south
southeast or southwest? Do you know
that the Mo. Pac, in connection with
C. It. I. T. Iiy. at Wich'ta and diverg
ing lines at Ft. Worth is the best,
shortest and most pleasant route to
above mentioned territory? Close
connections at all points, the splendid
equipment and good service afforded
by their route make it to your interest
to investigate facilities ottered by our
lines before starting on your journey.
Cull on or address.
IM. LlEMBACn,
Agt. Mo. l'ac. Ry.
The Tcxrm t nuimy.
Manager Cain has been fortunate in
securing the Texas Company for the
de'ectation of his patrons, Monday
Sept. 23 and 24. This play is highly
spoken of by the press and the com
pany is well balanced and give the
Star a very creditable support as the
play has never been seen here we pub
sh the following extract:
A large audience was at Greenwell's
opera house last night to witness the
performance of "Texa3," or "The
Seige of the Alamo" a play ' founded
upon a great historical event in the
war between Texas and Mexico. which
every Texan and every school boy in
the state familiar with. The slory
of the play is in harmony with the kc
counts of the capture ot the Alamo and
the massacre of Howie, Crocket and
their brave band of Texas pioneers,
the dramatist having warped historical
events only a little bit in order to pro
duce a desired effect. "Texas'' is a
play that evtry patriotic Texan and
every school child in the state should
witness.
The orchestra is the best heard in
Fort Worth this season and the band
muit be beard to be appreciated.
Miss Maude Sutton is a clever and
beautiful little soubrette and at once
danced her way into the hearts of the
audience. The specialties were all
good, Messrs. LaRose and Scott, musi
cal artists, being one of the many
strong features of the show. Fori
Worth Gazette, Dec. 9tb. 1801.
The Hidden Life.
Deep down beneath the billows angry
sweep,
Heyond the fury nf the raging sea,
There is a world of silent mystery.
There coral mountains lift their hoary
head".
And sea shells li in glowing amber beds,
And all is wrapt ia deep eternnl sleep.
Deep beneath the world's distress and
pain,
T'.eyoud the fury of the eyeless storm,
To noble souls there is eternal calm.
There fancy si's in bright illumed ewes
And hoards the treasurers of the stormy
wave.1,
And quiet truth and beauty ever reign.
CLAnr.xcE IIawkes.
In September Lippino'.t's.
FOR $6.00
MACHINE SHOP.
HUTCHIH-OX MACHINt SHOP l'Jl,t2Ud
1J wet "barman. Holler Kngioe aud Ma
chine regiilrlnf . tiusollne Move cleaned and
repaired,
CONFECTIONERY.
TrjKARK. Com l & Combt proprietor. AH
Kinds or fruits snd coot drinks. Makoa s
"peelsltr of Icel cream. Speelal ratea fflven
for parlies and picnic, rirat dour south of
Martin's.
JEWELRY.
HENRY ZINN, Jeweler and Sntenllllo Opti
cian, oarcle a neat line nf ladles' and,
gonts watches, solid cold rinics. flue optl rh'K4.
solid g'rid apectaoIeK, eto. Makes a specialty ot
tenting eyes ana lining upmncies.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
COMMERCIAL "SHORT ORDKR HO USB
V- Wm. Rcinick, proprietor, 2(H) NorlU Main
street. In Midland block. Every thing first class.
Anhei.uer Bus h Hop Ale on leu, 15 and 5 ceut
homes, a trial or jur ni our lame makes a reg
ulur customer. Oysters a areelultr.
NEW CL ARENDON HOTEL, M. L.Mus'ers,
vronrietor. No. 12 South Vain street,
Mrata 15 oentK. Dhv board br tho week fiU.UO.
Newly furiilahed rooms. Ever) thing neat aud
Clean, uutiury in connection.
MATTRESS FACTORY.
GEO. W. GEATtT CO. No. 814 north Miin
etreet. Mattresses made to order. Old
feat era made na good na nerr by our hit air
process renovator. Pillows & Mattresses kept
lu etocu.
For Farmers Only.
We want to buy all the
Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Cr.b
bage, and in fact, all the pro
duce the farmers have to sell
We pay highest market price
and IN CASH-
Yours Ilespt.,
SCHALL&CO.,
Produce Merchants,
Stone building 1st door north
of Rock Island Passenger depot,
Hutchinson, Kansas.
Bless
The Babies!
Trier must be watched very closely the year
round to seethat no Irritating skin trouble breaks out
on them. If they have anything of this kind write ua
abantit. W ture them, or It doesn't coat you a cent.
If You Have Any
akin or Mood disease, such aa
Eczema,
Salt Rheum,
Tetter, Etc,
When we guarantee to cure you or ask no pay, lau t
that enough to convince you of the merit of
Our New Skin Treatment.
It ts based on sound principles and that's why we
euro 65 per cent, of our eases. liead this: fM
Ksnsna Citv. Mo.. May 11th. 1893.
Radford Ecsciua Co.: , , I.
Gentlemen: Our baby, 11 monthsold, suffered
three months with Kczctna o( the face. Atier it.
three weeks' course with tho KnJford Lc7.enia A
Co. I am happy to report a complete cure. 1
heartily endorse your system.
P.. II. WAOOtfNEtt.
Mgr. Standard Pub.Co..4' East uth atreet.
Latkb March 6, lWtt. .
Gentlemen: Your favor at hand. In reply I
will say there has never been a return of the
Eczema on our baby's face since It was cured r-
by you some two years ago. Respectfully,
Over 400 Patients Curst! Last Year. V
7 Wrlto na for Symptom Blank, which we fA
4 send you to II 11 out. rJ-
1,. u. n.uwuaBn. r
i Rooms 335 and ::! New Uldira Bulldlns, yV
,A Kansas City. Mo.
FIVE
FACTS.
TIIE
Great HecklfehWe
Cheap
Outing Excursions.
ITirst- Tho Cliic'ii!(',K'ick Inland &
l'aeihu Ky. runs thruiiitli Vtstihule
Trains daily Chka.u") to Denver, Color
ado, Springs nnri 1'iipIiIo, It-avinif Cliic
ago via Katun City il'iily at (:(Jl p. m.,
and via Oinnh i at 10,000 p. m., arriving
iiioutituiii cilii'S second moruiiif;.
Second.. Theregular Tuuit Cur
to C'uliiurma via Ivansns City ruu ouco n
week, and Itaves Chicago ewry Thurs
day at 0 p. in., Kurms City at 10:50 a. in.
every Friday. Tickets bi.sed -in teoond
clim rate, aud car runs on fastest trains,
aud known ms the i'lullips Kocl; Lilnnd
Tourist Excursions, Car arrives at Col
orado Springs Saturday, 7:35 a. m.
Third. Many persons aro Inlying
farm lands in Texas, Kausas and Oklubo
aui. i'lie Uieat Kock Island Route runs
to all this territory
Fourth. For Mexico City the
Rock Island runs a Through Sleeper
from Kansas City daily at :40 p. ru. via
Topeka, SlcFarland, Wichita and Fort
Worth and Austin to San Antonio. Two
Houtes from there International R. R.
to Lerado, and Mexico National to the
City of Mexico; Souther" Pacific nnd
Mexico International vli Jpcflord nnd
Eairle Pass to City of Mexico.
Connections are also made at Fort
Worth vi3 the Texas Pacific to El Paso,
and over the Mexican Central to City of
Mexico.
Fifth Send to address below for
a souvenir called "The Tourist Teacher,"
thus gives mu:! information to tourists.
Sent free,
JOHN SEBASTIAN Q. P. A.
Chicago.
ft;- ANTE!): Several tnutwnrthr eentlemen
or ludiea t Irnrel in Kansas for tab
l lhe 1 house. 8alry $:yinr.rt expenses. St. ady
iM.tion. Kndns nfi r 'nee and self a ddres'ed
stamp- d envelop Tne Dominion Company,
laird floor, On.a'ia VMs , Chicago.
Remember,
Tbe Eagle Grocery,
Always haa
in stock,
Flour and Feed, at
Wholesale or retail,
besides the freshest
stock of Groceries in
the city.
And at prices that will
astonish you, so you
see you can't afford ta
miss them and feel
justified.
The
Eagle Grocery,
No 15 South Main 8 tie
k) Accoo)n)o4tioi7
1- r l
10 OflJUitUb 1
On receipt of 8 cts. In stamps
we will mail, postpaid, to any
address a box of 20
"CityTalK"
Cigarettes
Or, on receipt of $2,50, we
will ' express to any address
1000 "City Talk " Cigarettes.
"CITY TALK" Cigarettes are
made of carefully selected and
naturally sweet Virginia and
North Carolina bright tobacco,
and are the equal of any high
priced brands on the market.
Your money back If you want it.
W. F. SMITH & SONS CO.
Sole Manufacturers,
WINSTON. N. C. U. S. A.
384,255,128.00.
Ta 8p'nt annually for tobacco. TbnnB
-1- sunds nf men die every y
year from
that dreadlnl disease, lancer or the
Stomach broiijr lit oil by the use of To
bacco. The use of tobacco is Ipjurlnus to the
nervous system, promoto heart troubles
aiTec's tlio eyesitrht, injures the voice,
and makes your presenc e obnoxious to
tlioe clean and pare from euch a ttlthy
habit.
DO YOU USE TOBACCO?
ir yon do. we know you would like to
quit the In liit, nnd we want to assist yon
and will, if veil say the iml.
How Can Wa H!p You? Why, ny In
dm in you lo puiTium a box of 1 (ir.Li t)
Tuiim'i'o A.vriimTi:, which Is n prrnar.
tiou voinpoiindeU strictly of herbs i.nd
l-otits, which is a Ionic to Hit fyotom:
ulso curei tho iili.ico Habit and
knocks (,'lirnn-tt f lllv.
How Oo Wo Know It Wiil Cure You?
Vint, by its tin usrtiuls and thoiiMVitia of
curt'; Seeiu'd, by tlio iiifreiucd di-iimnd
for Ir liom tlio n osi rv'pntul e wholesnlo
I onus; Tbird. we know what it is com
puted of. and that the prpantln will
clean the system of nii.-otlue, and will
c.irn-el nllennrs nf llip jnist.
Your D.nvgisl Has Colli lor s:i!o. Tf he
bat not ai" in lo set it fi.r yuu. If ho
trios to :i I in (.Of sninetliins Just 118
Kooil," iiir-M on having Colli. If be will
not order il I'm- yon. send ns (31.(10) dol
lar, ar.d rccvlve a box ol Ot.lli postpufj.
l'.t ni. inl ei. Cni.t.i Ci kks.
Ju nxnst ciS". one lmx nlTccts ft cure,
but we ffiiiiruiit-.-o:! boxes tu cure anyone.
Colli Remedy Co.,
v liisRinsviue, mo-
..n
C. W.STHH0OB,
TIou.ip, Sicn nnd Ciirritifte
jmiiitinc Tiain aiidDecotative
l'aptr llttngir..
Buggies Lurnei
11
Second Iluml Bugeieg and
Harness bought and sold.
First door South of postoffine.
ft RETAINS RUPTURE
1 1 WHEW ALL OTHEt8 FAIL.
ii
The Dr. Harvey
Human Hand Truss.
J1JST IKE USING YOUR FINGEHS
YOU KNOW HOW THAT IS I
For Descriptive Circulars Address
n. I. PEARSOX A 0.,8ol MAil'ns.
r.:altO Building, KANSAS CITY. MO.
Meutlon ibis paper when wr uok.
r.. v. rj'tz r-rsi. .
HBVRY C. KUMPP, V. Prsst
R. D. COVISQTOX, Cubltr.
Missouri National

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