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FAVORITE- fri rT!r.iiip(i!P:n!iiit;',iiiii!iir FOUNT, 0FHEAST mm GMLY 82.75 SEN D NO MONEY. Cutthii ad. out, and wml to us, state your wfL-li and k.tshi. abo num ber cf nuiiea around botlj it boat and K'l. a:. ii wr will mill this lEA'jTlftl'. fURTRIMMtD tEAVES CLC : A t:.?l 'o Juu t'i' exurcss. t .t).U.. .iijec t to examination. Yon ri. r: nn.17,0 and trv it on v.ur nearest eirres of b'pand k lound (M-rfcetl sailtfutorT, riaril, at rep rtuMHl anil the aoal s m..'J tahie in ' '.'.:.. )'(. ,-..'-..V fr t:.or tiplnjo, "'JX-1 i'.v,; it tto eiprcse Y'-V? ?' rfv:Vff irrfr:;et2.751 S ; - will aveiarrc 10 to 6i renta (ur rii h l.ow miles. THi; 2 IS LA TEST STYLE FOR FALL and WINTER, m&oe from an eilra Da aa4 kravr all wool blarkerfcl.it- miilM karilna Ke. Tercloth, 57 Inche? Ion?, rerr full sweep, tf-inch upper rape, extra full. I'pper nr aid lam .tare, wllar, beauti fully trimmed Willi black rtaltia pal fori upper cape trimmed with three row and eollar with two rows of iaa aohalr braid; cloth button ornament-. This eapa la tae taller aide Ihroutkirat and equal to caret that sell at more man uounie tne pnre. nriie rerfrte rieak (alal-itne. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICACP . (Daara, Boekoclt U. are Uwroockli reliable fcilleti SEND ONE DOLLAR WKlTH'Ul.NLl LtriUllM. AMKD. and we will send I you by freight, FilalGHT PAID, C. 0. 1., aukject to e lamination, tble bamlxme Karal Hlae iarblt draw your fob, depot, and if If j.:.r4'4tf--,... i found aerfeHlreatlafccicrr. B.'.-i ' '.J rH.ll at eso.00 to fPlu JO. 00, pay ut frekbt 6.nk'vei Offer lew with preartl, Kork -TH IS hA'SDOM! 3T3AYESTOKE l made, rat. traced, let tered and polmhed in very latest atrle, from lant Raval Hue Clow Uiafci JlirliV, I, aea-dnlniel!kl, aad baiariea, kteklj Mll!ird, afdliiF color. ttrawifiiM h SO iackn kick, lSlarhnnldeatbiv. Hrileft.riHecimlliiTlTlMaadiiliM. Address, SflARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO. SEND 0NE.D0LUR f retirht aueut Our Special Prl, .tetH I9.S0, less the 11.00, or 38.50 finif I'l'i' c"i he' 1,1111 we,Ph" ,'-0 Pounds, and the frelk'ht will be about SOccaii fr joo-lli.-. rmicrw IIHDIHB GUARAHTEEi more wind, more shuke, caiTiea more screen and will do more and heitei work than aar mill you can buy forl-UOO. Hill wptrat. wild aecd tnm kat la aae eacraii,,., ,m acparale tkc fmU and, su h as timstard plpcon grass, etc.. from flax on once foini JhrouKh the mill. I, liaprr:KU;afr.rti.vcradW Uj. Made of the very lst material We furnish wits none wire wheat hurdle, three sieTes, wheat acreens, E?ler- ?"m and 044 -'eTt harlev (rteve. Ca rlty, 0 kuakf Ii pr kaiir. . 50 1, nr fptclal Offer Price, Order at oaca. Hrile for free Arriraltaral laplcaieatCililmrHe. ,LAM1. SJARS-RfltBUCK CO- . CHICACO, III (Sean, ajeback a Ca. ara tbaraagklf rallabto kdliwl TRUSSES, 65c, $K25 AND UP I FACTO KV FK1IES, less than one-third the price charged by others, and Wf 1 I N GUARANTEE TO FIT W PERFECTLY. Say W 01 w Let her you wish our S5erckTraM orour dl.it Hew lark kWirnlbi Klaatla Inn iliutrated aboTe. cut this ad. oat and send to ns with Oi l bi'kUAi PSillaaawd, State your Urlaht, ,l,ku Are, howlonjf yon haTe been ruptured, whether rupture is large or small; also state number inches around the body on a line with the runture, say whether rupture is on right or leftside, vn we will send either truss to you with the under J 'illng. If It 'a aol a pcrfrrt It aad eaail ta traiaea tkal "ll at three tines ear price,youcan return it and we Jill return vour money. VVR'TE FOR FREE TRUSS CATALOGUE ZlthS'ih. f trauM. including the Sn aio.00 Ua Trna n ir tkatearat alamt aay cane, aad Mrkwt4l far ) I J SEARS, ROEBUCK & Co. CHICAGO Notice : Ve are selling more real estate than any firm in Sumner county. Wby? . Because we have a larger list to select from and can make better prices than competing firms. We have ten farms and fifteen ' dwellings that must be sold at once. mm mm i as i rrlce, S9.98. hLL&(fJl-.ili 5' - ,! heU.Wrnt f' .' ' " A " ' onler. He - i'lMti-'L O'IWa t ut this ad. out and eeud '''irii- I to us and we will send you LL&tvZ J S! ) thlHfia.l. mil bv freight (tfJ2f3l tion. Kxamlne ttat your ,i 'tiki I fp i til freiehtdepotand If found V2.-'V jZitJ-t VM perfectly aatialaitory and SSL Si1 -" f'- i Canal to Flnnlnr IliU lk.! i. u .1 .-sj.tp.l U65c. i i i & Hi Aiotber launlty Cim. Mrs. Emma M. Williams, wife of the Mctbodist Spreader at South Haven, was adjudged Insane by a jury omrosed of Dr. F. G. Emerson, W.E. O. Rush, A. A. Llchtfnberojer, Ab Shearman,' D. C. House and Tim Kin?, In probate court Sdturd;iy The complaint was 3!ed by C. L. Crook ham of South Haven, and she was convicted upon his testimony. Mrs. Williams' condition is violent, and they were unable to briDi; her to Wellington. She has been. in 'the asylum twice before. Her first de rangement occurred in Illinois, and resulted from grieving over the death of a child. She was afterwards sent to the Topeka asylum from Garden City, where she overworked herself in nursing a sick friend. Her recent de rangement was brought on by over work at nursibg B. N. Legrande of South Haven, who was injured recent ly by an explosion of lime. Hil day Kate s via Santa Fe Route, Hi-tween points west of Missouri river both of which are located withic two hundred miles of each other, the S.utaFe Route will sell round trip tickets at one fare for rouud trip on December 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31, 1899, and January 1, 1900. Final limit Jan uary 4, 1S.-00. Through tickets from points westof Missouri river to local points east of Misr-ourl river whose distance apart shall not exceed the- two hmiclrec! .uile limit, will he sold for the sum ol cue line fa.e and the f ire ai,a nc tbirJ, respectively. Fur tickot, f Oiderj and information rpgarrtinn these or other rates, apply to T. E. Furdy, agent, Wellington, Kas. Constipation Can Be Cured. Medical s-cience is constantly mak- i.-.if new discoveries and improvitiu' on !d methods. Due of the latest dis coveries is Bailey's Laxative Tablets, fjr the cuie of Constij ation, Sick Headache, Biliousness and. Liver Troubles. The active principle i the genuine Cascara Sagrada, which mikes actual cures. The tablets are chocolate coated. Twenty tablets in a ten-cent package and sixty tablets in a twenty-five-cent package, and one tablet brings relief. Roue genu ine unless bearing the signature of W. J. Bailey, Chicago, on outside wrapper. S-11 by II. F. Smith. The Rock Island holiday rate will b2 one fare for the round trip for all p ints within 200 miles. Datf s of sale December 23, 21. 25, 30, 31 and January 1. Return limit January 4. As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu tation. D. B. Johnston of Richmond. Ind., kas been troubled with that ail ment since 1862. In speaking of it he says: "I never found anything that would relieve me until I used Chamber lain's Tain Balm. It acts like magic witn me. My toot was swollen and paining me very much, but one good ap plication 01 fain Balm relieved me.' For sale by all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman left Thursday for their home in San Fran Cisco, Cal. SURE CURE FOR CROUP. Twenty-Five Years' Constant Use Without a Failure. The first indicatition of croup is hoarseness, and m a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy is given as soon as the child be comes hoarse, or evenafter the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack it is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. We have yet to learn of a single instance in which it has not proved tffectual. No other preparation can show such a record twentv-flve years' constant use without a failure. tor sale by all druggists. Mrs. M. W. Oweus and sister, Mis: Hazel Spicknall, arrived from Colo rado Springs Thursday to stead the holidays with their father, W. R Sp'ckoall, aod friends. Volcanic Eruptions Are srand. but Skin Enintion! rnh i;r of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures t.. .1.- -yij n : 1 lucut, siav viu, running ana rever aores, Licers. jjous. i-eions. Corns. Wartc Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Best Tile cure on tart'a. Ddves out Pains and Aches fin. lv ;rts. box. Cure guaranteed Snlrt by F. B. Sayder, Druggist An evangelist who has been workirg in a Sumner county community has succeeded In making so msoy conver sions that he will soon be obliged to move on for lack of raw material to work on. He wasn't working in Wel lington. Topeka Capital. Story of a Slave. Tj be bound hand and foot for years bv the rtinira nf rtice; Jo t -, -.-uv. a me uii jonn of slavery. George D. Williams of fanxtict.r nr;i. V ..iuuwvsi.t!, iuiv.u., icus now sucn a slave was made free. .He says: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bit ters, she is wonderfully improved and able t do her own work." The su preme remedy for female diseases quick ly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, mel ancholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, sicklv, run down people. Every bottle gua'r-i " vvuu. vJUIU uy r. D. Snyder, druggist, - Dr. F.S.Hand returned from Ar lz-ma Friday night. C. C. Curtis is here from American Falls, Id., to spend the holidays with lis family. T. If. Jackson of Oxford, and J. P. ichson of Nardin, O.T., father and brother of W. M. Jackson, are visiting iu Wellington. Dr. S. W. Spitler has bought a 160 acre tarm in Seventy-six township of the Matthews estate. The consider ation was II;500. Miss Mary Hayes came down from Topeka Thursday where she Is at tending Bethany college, to spend ber holiday vacation at home. Carl Frederickson has filed his an nual account as guardian of Floyd R, Ryland et al, minors, showing a bal ance of $1,843.27 due the estate. Al Cobean received a letter Friday announcing the serious illness at Hackney, Cowley county, rf Mrs. C. O. DeTurk, formerly of Wellington. Sberiff-elect C. C. Sbawvc-r will ap point Mart Copeland undersLerlCr, aod retain John Hlnchcliffe as office clerk and jailer. Beoj. Westlake will be court bailiff. Judge W. T. McBridewa presented with an elrgant ebony, gold headed cane, appri.i.riutely engraved, by the November jurors of the Cowley county court at Wiofield Friday, The friends of thelate General L:iw ton have already started 10 ra e a fund to pay off a mortgage on his win ter l;oni2 In (Jalifuruia. The mort gage will be lifted too late to do the brave general any good, but it will help his kin. H. R. Honey and wife arrived fmm Mankatu Saturday to spec d Chris:mas with the family of L. J. Williams. Mr. Jloney is editor of the Maokato Advccate, and Mrs. Honey is a prac ticingphysiciau. Prob ite court notes: Tl e repirt of the sale of real c- tate belonging to Reuben R. lioer;--, decked, hasl een 11 lea.... Henry Massey Irjs filed i.ii annual account as executor of Win. Massey, deceased.... J. W. Yeiger, guardian of Earl McFaddeo, a mim-r, has tiled his annual account. C. J. Stillwell came in from Brad ford, 111., Thursday, on real estate business. He brought a couple of Illinois men, D. J. Phoenix and Tom Howes, with him. Mr. Stillwell has built a $1,200 home in Bradford. He will return to Illinois Saturday or Sucday. Because the ecliptic and the equa tor are not in the same plane, but are separated by an aDgle of 23 degrees or thereabouts, yesterday was the short est day and last night the longest nigatof the year. Today, the days began getting longer. Ordinarily, the days begin getting longer on the 23i of December. Real estate deals: J. M. Nestor has bought of A. E. McKinley, a large number of lots In Geuda Springs, for 1200.... Sarah E. Courtrigbt has bi.urlit a quarter section of land In Caldwell township of W. A. Van Sickle E. L. LanSeld has hoimht 80 acres of land in Pd.lt stine township of JS.U.Caorleld . My son has been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I per suaded him to take some of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy. After using two bottles of the 25-cent size 'he was cured. I give this testimonial, hoping some one similarly amiciea may read it ana De benefitted. i nomas u. nower, oiencoe, U. For sale by all druggists. The news of 2lst: Upward of 2,500 seamstresses have been thrown out of employment by the decrease in the demand for soldiers' clothing."... The session of the senate yesterday was taken up mostly in listening to anfl-expaosion speeches by Hoar and Hale.... A Missouri Pacific train was held up and robbed just out of Kansas City yesterday. Little money was secured.... Mrs. Noah Brown of Cin cinnati, was badly injured by a cellu loid comb which 6he was wearing 1n her hair, exploding. ...A New York court has decided an Interesting case. Richard T. Abbe sued his brother. Max F. Abbe, for $10,000 damages for cnculating a report that he had been flirting with a woman not his wife. The court ruled that charges libel lous against a woman were libellous against a man, and that the single standard of morality applies to both sexes. The defendant had set up the charge that it was not libellous to ac cuse a man of immorality.... New Yorkers have a new way of getting drunk: by eating brandy drops. The brandy drops are kept in all the 'tore?, and sold to school children. A haodful of them is enough to intoxi cate. An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the news of the day and for the money there is in it He is presumed to know of what he writes, and he generally does. When he writes as he does in the Leader Courier, Osceola Mills, Pa., with out fee or hope of reward, that "Cham berlain s Cough Remedy acts magically, and we have found none better in our household. If you have a cough, try it," it may be accepted as an honest expres sion, worthy of credence. For sale bv all draggists. Attempted Train Wreck-lur The Clipper says that an ittemnt was made to ditch the easthonnri Santa Fe passenger train at the water tank west of Argonla on Tuesdav last. which, fortunately, was discovered h one of the men employed at the sand pit Justin time to prevent another serious wreck. Someone had broken the switch lock, throwo the switch and spiked it down to that it could not be easily replaced. Had not the fact been discovered and reuorted. a disastrous wreck could scarcely have oetn averted. There is no clue to the would-be train wrecker. Some people are so superstitious as to believe that the attempted wreck was the work of the Argonla hooooo, but be that as it may, it is hoped that the guilty party will yet be apprehended and punished to the full extent of the law. Will Lociti Here. Welliogtoii is to have a wholesale fruit and roduce ho-ue. L. P.. and T. W. Jenkins of Newtou. who were ia Wellington Tuesday wi:h that purpose in view, have rented the first and second story rear rooms in th PatUison block, and will be ready for business by the first of January. The company will be kDown as the Kfv stone Produce coropaoy, and the house Here will be a brunch of the Kevstone Produce Co. of Newton. Several men will be given employment, and the business will add maierlally to the interests of Weliiugtoo, - Special Clubkla; offer, Twice-a-weck Times Ji.co, with the YUIUS, JI.5O. Jerry' Simpson's Bayonet f r.oo.with tht 1.50. There is renewed talk bf the nossi biUy Hmt t he government will cutotl the fast, mail from Kansas City t. southern Kan-ns. Tne war expenses are too heavy to permit running use less fat mail trains at the govern ment's fxpense. With the fast mall off, St. Louis will get Into certalu Kansas territory as early as Katis.is C'uy. Al L'chtenberger observed an odd thing last niglu: a man walking iu the middle f Main street with a lantern, leading the way for a teijm. It was one of the darkest nights imaginable until the moon came up behind the clouds. Thespeciacle of a man out with a lantern hunting the streets in an effort 10 kepp off the sidewalks was unusual, anl served as a forceful argu men; in favor of street lihlicg. The Santa Fe has pat on a .new night train from Wichita to Kansas City. The train leaves Wichita at u:ou o'clock, and precedes the regular night train from Oklahoma nnrl Texis. The new night train carries a ruumao sleeper. Steve Jones- is reported very low with pneumonia at hU huma south. eaft. His daughter Is jut lecovering rn m pneumonia it 14 Don't Stop f taking Scott's EmuLion t? Km p t a kin j it until y on &r t cured. It '!!lheal your lyri. u J Jitc ) jv rich blood inuiu- ft mer ss in v!iit;r. It's cJ r liver cl! Kile my, !1 (Jrc; 4 BUGGY WHEELS $6,90 nM.i,iuBi, iiwm PiTTVr. tired ni waded, heiirh ft. 4 In- S ft. I In. nr a f t spoaealMdorll-ain. For any other j 7 mtiniiiaoiii ,v" "u 1NILUH, otaM aiM vhM wmntAAmnA ... .Ill by freight C O. n. EU1IM THK1 at your f reldht depnt and then aay rrafcrkt ' """ana 'Went rharnt, SEAW.ROEBUCHiCO.datjCHICACO.ILU SEND ONE DOLLAR Cut thl ail out n,l n.l tout, atata nnmhrWhu annu tnn ft nn, K.. toontalde and are wlllun thla Bam T.. k. I..... lubject to (uminatiuD. Taa u If ftmnrt iAU;.. mini tiiril.n.u.... . .7' . to tn ti,;. v.i, : v frtbrkt aaaai m K kpii hi wLi. . - a.iHitio.,., a . 7"' """J" "r Tl fit iui innai aSVa.'..i."".!" IBUT ned iron , Z V"': J??? I tl bow,. Japan. " " aincB rront and rear. Huurnj, BtanS, KUtoUCK & CO. I,1C. . Chicago, I fflflara BuU a. r . . .... . .. 9 ' . lit. ' - laiai aataiy rauaait auaa ...THE HIGH-GRADE... NEW ROYAL Family sewing Machine Posesses all the modern improvements to be found In any first-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years ..MANUFACTURED BY.. ninxis sewing iiacrwe co. RCCKF3PD, U1IX0IS SOLD BY.-.. ' ,. AJ7 V mm A Thousand Tonmrt Could not express the rapture of u"ale,phl"' Pa- when she fminri ft.t ri. t..i... t " v . ay ,jf, xvinji s iew Discovery for consumption had completely cured her of that Kh.h... i . . Tn earsh8i rfl;u,e llfe a burden. Al other rarnadu. ..J J..-. . . ive her no help, but she iy of this u'f ii r)on removed the paio in my chest and I can now sleep J"' 8SmetninrT I can scarcely re merrrner Hn n Kr t . . ----- "iu(( -'ctuir. x reel lite trien tip c. , eTerone who Sn. tS Vi ,B? 't.2ffw Discovery for any trouble of the throat, chest or luow. Price 50. and $ 00 Tria bottles fri p d . tore; every bottle iffl- A Bli Barjala. For Salt. 160 botm nf .iiuiwi laiiu in this COUntT. rliean . , --- muu uii easy terms. Addrew the Yorcij, Welling- On, tlBMS. Blsmtrck'i Iron Nerve t yMhe sltof his splendid health. Indomitable will on,i te..i ----- ..... uiiucuuuiu encrry are not found whpr ctnmnt. t v.Uutj,a auu ioweis are out of order. If VtlT Vflrlt fAnA 1 lut3c quauues ana tne success tnev bnntr nwOr v;x- T;r-T,- They develope every power of brain and DOdV. rinlv lr . T? T o 1 Store onyuer s uruj Personally conductea excursions to all points east, vU Great Rock Island ?te LeTe Wellington every Sat UrflaV. Piitlman T...; ..... $2 00 In Ph loo,. aorn.. t. , . ii in . n 9 l" ttljn'llo ana h.ix) to Boston. Reserve vour ao- COmmodntinna UJI r .. ..ii ticulars of agent l)r write to E. W Thompson, A.G.P. A, T.A., Topeka To Cure a Cold in nn, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine it i et;S".. A" dnl''sts refund m mey f H falls to cure. E. W. Glove's "KUiiiure on every box. 25c. Monthly Report Cards. We have them in the best fonn. Call on or address the Voice. 75c per hun dred; less quantities ic each. To Cleanse th,j System Effectually yet gently, when costive or ouious, to permanently overcome habitu al constipation, to awaken the kidney and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, use Syrup of Figs, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. 0 Yesl 0 Yei! Everybody! Say, neighbor, if you are going to have a sale of farm property, remember that J. W. Anderson, the old reliable Southern Kansas Auctioneer, is ready and able to do you a first class job. Address, Mul have, Kansas, or dates will be, made at tne YoiCK office. Prevented a Traredy. Timely information given Mrs. George Long of New Straitsville, Okio, pre vented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors, but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured, her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack of pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest, and lung troules. Only 5oc and Ji.oo. Every bottle guranteed. Trial bottles free at F. B. Snyder's drug store. The Rock IslandaWall Map f United States liitiob'Mt odjred t tin piYh is very large and especially adapted toschn.il i.urposes. .E.-irv it-nch. r of i,'eog'.'lhy and every business office .Miu:it h ive one. It wiil hes.;iitp.st paid to mi, addrtsion receipt of fif rcen certs lustampsnrcolri. Add res John S. basUan, G.P.A., Chicii., m Rheumatism Cured In a Day. "Mystic Cure" fur rheumatism'aud neuralgia radically cures 'n one to three day.. Its acMon upon the ft.-ni is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at onco the cause and t lie disease immediately riJnppears The urstfinsie rrpPilty benefits. 75 cents N)ld by H. F. Smith, druggist. Wel lington, jg Hicks' Almanac. Hick's Almanac for 1900 will be larger u Deuer man ever. Reirular crice 2 With the Voice, 15 cents. Give ns a trial trip. See notice on firrt column of this Fgt- Hw'g This? WeofferOne Hundred Dollars Rewnrd for Ii 'n. r . l",',,ra can not do cured br Hall's CntKrrb turn ' K.J.i'Blnn.trn ...i.j We the undt-nlpned, 'have known K. J I nanpv rnrtK. ... K . . . . C, ' .uvmlihtii jcars, ana re eye . J ni.iB in mi uusinea Iran. sactloni. and finnnnlally tble to carry out but rihin nies"leJJruf?gtsts, Toledo Wrw.?iS;. t!?; .MiRT,' Wholesale iliill'a (,'alarrh r-.. i." ..1 . surface of th, .ymT TZlsl 1 if W Sold by .11 druwW Teatimonfils freT nall'i FaaWr Pllia ar. h- kT.. " e,, Summons. St.e th "IV)0 Taylor Kobfirt'wn. Pa- Y Wn inT-.f .?LIC.E that yoo har, uo iiairitt t.ourt or Bum- Yhnu Jh oy ADner Pyle tod lhoin. B. firgwn nd that unlesa Vou an- Kfare Ui? b7 MW Pla,ut'ff on . 18th day of January. llMn. aid petition will be taken as true and Judg ment rendered against jou accordingly. forecloln a mortgage eiecuted and del Hrered by Taylor Eobertoon and Samantha RKoberUon to the rJouthern Kan"0rt f tin Company datd June lit, on the followlnj-descrlbed real tstat, tn Bumner ConntT. Kanua t.i.. tl. " . . nuartpr anrl the, nneth k.'if e ..-Tr.1 681 quarter and the south half of the nort h "a , .. ... ... uui.rmjipi (al and the souihwrst quarter of the northweat nuirt"r i.i: v mcraie ui r-aia reaiesute Without aLCrm oArr.ant t ... . it.. ". . . by ald mc'f tgage. ' " J tMh ? my ,nlthe ,loa, of S'1 court th'setbdayof Ixjcembcr, J8W. : ISeall . W. H. OVKKH OLT7. F R Clerk of l,l TiKirli t r,.U HHRirK A ItCMiEi g. AtO-nry.rpitHr' Mrtt muiisiiia la the Voloa Dec. 7 1-J. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blool All the blood In your bodv Basses throurh your kidneys once every three minutes. 1 ne Kianeys are your blood purifiers, they fil ter out '.he waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheu matism come from ex cess cf uric acid in the blood due to nrle'wl kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble. 1 If you are sick you an make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is soon realized, it stands the hirhesi for wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sola onus merits bv alldrueelsts In fifty- cent and one-dollar siz es. You may have a samnla bottlft hv mall r J own vi ..HUnuia. free, also pamphlet telling you how to find Bom of Swamp-Root. out 11 you nave money or ciaaaer irouDie, Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer tt Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. rfcatefrayWl REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Madoa Well Man of Me. proiaoos tho obovo reenlts In 30 dayv B acta powerfully ana lulckly. Cures ban 'ill other t Jo-:;rr.euwi!Irfra;Q thair kx4 maibood,aDdoldl mm t.UI is.f.ci licir youtbiul ngor by tulnf 1XV VO. It Qulr. 'r ) J gurely t&.toree Ncrrjttt T-.-'A Lc:t Vitally, ijipoiency, Klal Uy tmlfd'OOB. I. Tower, Fall a- 'S aorj, TVutio? Di-tiwc aul til cfiU ci scii- l ata or excaaaDd IcdiKieUao. V''-.c'i uafltt oneti rel jdr.l'iiinesnorEarriijfe. U '.oti '.lvcur jbrr.. rti it.hctett of diwue.biil Usax-r. rvf fr;f j and I ircd t uUdcr, brtnj. i-t i-cl f ,:'.ovr to rile ibn k and r .u:Irj t. ..- (i cf '-.v..!U It irardd eff Inecaty rul Coasumption. ltuict on haing EETITO, M vtber. It ca be caxtM In tort rocket. By null, r er elx lor CS.OO, with port ilrt written frnaranteo to cure or ifca4 iho money. Advice and circular free Adrtrew Royal Medicine Co.,JffiB , For sate by F. B. Snyder. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH FEf jfJYROYAL FSLLS MfV. Alwura. relinble. LaWlra. ak Pniprirt (r 1 11 If lltTllK M E.fCLIU In &d and (Mi metallic boxea. teali-d with blue rbbia TnUr urn other. Kfna dnsraw aab.ll tallnnaaad imilationa. BuyoryourDniiil, or aend 4r. In wnmrei .r Part Ira la ra. Trati. mna'aU and " Krlirf fur LAdlr." ta ir'ler, by rrlum Hell. IO,00Teimouiaia, bo! J by all Lminrma. CHICHESTER CHBMICAL OO. tlo TIadlaon hqaarv, PHI LA, PA. Maallaa Ula aat I ' Is r-nrh 4 i.u ' ia Ctn-.rK Q ' on , M.h. r ' lnti j tt!3 ti ' in l-jiM-heoa. i! i . ...-.r. 'I n,. . .Inn.rativ :1 - 1.-. i..r t l.j - or the ii . i-o;-ifi 1 1 1 1 '.r eo: 1 1 altTJ , J. Albert WiliamsJIaD PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Craduaed from Btllevue Hosjiul M dical College, New York City, 1073. Graduated from College of I'hvsicians and Surgeons, Cincinnati. O., 1876. For merly Surgeon for X. P. R. R., and Sur geon for Webb Gold Mining Co., of Cali fornia. Physician and Surgeon for all chronic diseases of men. women and children. All the latest and improved appliance for examination and treatment. Twen- tv-fivp Vfara in Vinwnitil roi'1-.l t general practice, cge and experience combincu, must insure confidence. The most difficult cases solicited. Success so sure that I truarantee a rtirtv tnmm, . ment is seen and felt from the first hour of treatment in all cases undertaken. Diseases of Women. T)inl!Uemfni. nfthA anmh ion.., 1 causlntr pain In the back, excetuWe o'eanty Dei ViiUmipsm. npnralirla nulm Kr.m.i. .1. .'' lessnewi. and ill disenae lu-iislniiig to their sex. iDiprtiteuii-nt aeeu ana felt afteeii.. firm hour of treatnient. Catarrh of Head and Throat. The trpati.ivfit ..f ...fu..n .. . . , ...v vauirri nailery and other appliances are usd. Every Testlge f u. . iraTcu nine rrgiuceu without pari Nodther treatment h...us. 1 . M ' ca. A perfect cure for l.te. Looa-alniitt i,wl;1 "a we ir you can n.id a linirle! raae fif rtarrh ....... 1 . cured by any other method. ' There U no dse-e to larnperfd with or quicksand pretender", b tu in and our i f j. ' " -a,,,rru. ana yei lliire ll no disease more easily cured U properly treated. I need not remind you of the (lan. rera IhatltirrrMinrl a nen.l,...!.. . The must common danirerla that It will ex tend to the eyes, ears, lururv voire and Into thestoniach from swallowlnif the mucous while eatinir. drinking warm drinks and whlleyou are sleeping, causing eatarrh of the Stomach. Inrlimeatlnn H.sn..n,iu r I day you.are poisoned. The worst case of Piles rnrevl !n n treatment, without Vnife. detention from business. City reference: consult.-.tfnn fni an A pennanently located at 309 Washingtc ' veuue, tiiingxou, Kansas.