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WUMLIi Cannot afford to be sick, they say. So, very often, they strng- fle along and eep up, where other -women go to bed. To such women the value of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription is be yond computa tion. It cures the common cause of ill-health in woman, de rangement or dis ease of the wom anly organs. A temperance medi cine. It contains no alcohol, opi um, cocaine, nor other narcotic. "I had female trouble for eight years," writet Mrs. L. J. Dennis, of 828 East College Street. Jacksonville, Ills. " For three years I suffered continually. Words cannot express what I suf fered, sought relief among the medical profes turn and found none, until induced by kind friends to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. When I began taking this medicine I weighed ninety-five pounds. After taking ' Favorite Pre scription ' I was built up until now I weigh one hundred and fifty-six pounds more than I ever weighed before. I was so bad I would lie from day, to day and long for death to come and re lieve my suffering. I had internal inflamma tion, a disagreeable drain, bearing-down pains in the lower part of my bowels, and such dis tress every month, but now I never hr.ve a pain do all my own work, and am a strong and healthy woman. Thanks to your medicine. I consider myself a living testimonial of the ben efits of your ' Favorite Prescription.' " Dr. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG i SICK WOMEN WELL PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HERRICK & ROGERS- ATTORNEYS Office: Opposite tne ourt House, West WELLINGTON, KANSAS HACKNEY & PITTS LAWYERS Special Aitt'ntlnn pivn to sill matters in volving the title to Ileal Estate Office over Wellington National Bank H. L. WOODS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Practices In All Courts. Office directly In front of court bouse, in old office of Ueurge & Schwinn. WELLINGTON, KANSAS. T. H. JAMIESON, M. D. Over Security State Dank. Practice limited to Diseases of Eye, Ear and Throat. Hours I to 4 p.ra J. H. FRANKLIN DENTIST OFFICE: Over The RACKET Store D. P. WETZEL, D.D.S. DENTIST Prices Right. In Marble Block, Wellington J. A. REA, M.D. OFFICE: Over Engle's store RESIDENCE: First house, in second block aoutli of M. E. church, w0et side of street, Wellington, G. VV. WARD, DENTIST. Over Wellington National Bank. The same careful attention will be given to all work, which in the pest bas proven so satisfactory. Lowest prices preval at all times. Call and see me. BUSINESSDIRECTOJIY W. F. AUBREY Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. 4th Street, between Main & C. Try us HOTEL WARD Best Si a Day House in the city South Washington Ave If you want to bor row money at the lowest rate of interest ever made in this county see you want to sell your farm, see 0 If you want to sell your farm or city property, see Notice of Final Settlement. In the Probate Court, Sumner Couuty State of Kansas. Estate of Fannie E. Howe, deceased. Creditors and all other persons interested in the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified that at the next regulrrterm of tbe aoove named court, to be begui and held at its courtroom In the court house in the City of Wellington, thinner County. Kansas, on the first Monday in the month of October, A. D lswO. I shall on the 12th day of October. 1900, at 2 o'clock p. m- apply to said court for a full and final settlement of my account as ad ministrator of said estate. Witness my hand, this 8th day of Septeni ber, KM). - n.II. HwE. Administrator of said Estate. First publ'shcd In the Voice Sept, 13, 1300. A VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY. The Jury in the McDioiels Case Finds Some Justification for the Shooting. The case of the State against Zack McDaniels of Caldwell, churned with shooting Wood Smith with intent to kill, returned verdict after the noon hour Friday finding the defend ant nut guilty, and he was discharged. The evidence against McDaniels clearly proved that be shot Smith, but tLe testimony of Smith, which was corroborated by other witnesses, showed that the shooting was justified to some extent. The case went to the jury at 11 o'clock that morninp and the verdict was reached at 12:15. McDaniels and Smith were running rival town herds last spring, and grazed their cows on the commons in the, north part of town. The grazing landswere limited, and they had fre quent quarrels over which herd was most entitled to the grass. They came to blows often, and one day in May, McDaniels, aiter'an a-sauit by Smith, shut him with a bulldog revolver. The wound was nut striou, and Mc Daniels was arrested and released on bond to appear at the September terra of court. f barley Anderson, who recently arrived from Gaive.-tnn, tells many pathetic incidents cf tbe flood of which he was an eye witness, one was of a woman who was found dead holding an infant, which was found tobealive, in her bands. The poor mother's instinct, as shown in ber attitude, was to hold her bab3 above the waters to save its life. Itwasthe mother's bve dominating in the awful catastrophe of flood and death. A man who had lost his entire family came along and when he saw the babe alive he begged for it and his request wa granted. The whole inciJent is doubtless one of the most touching recorded in history. Caldwell Ad vance. To Cure Lajrippe in Two Days. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to c ire. E. W. Grove s sig uature on every box. 25c. Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little iinpres sion on those whose digestion is pood You can regulate your liver and kid- neys w ith Herbine and enjoy health and buoyancy of spirits, rnce, : cents. A. M. Stanley, Druggist While proper tare shoald be exer cised in treating a bad cold, it is not necessary to be confined to the house when you use Krause's Cold Cure, and the cure is infallible. Sold by II. F. Smith. Druggist. OAIS3TOU.IA, Bears tho ) tCUjJav8AiftavS (felt Miss Anna Kretschmar and her mother, Mrs. Kobt. Kretschmar of Medford, passed through Wellington over the Rock Island Saturday on their way to New York City, from which place they will sail next Tues day on the North German Lloyd steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. They will visit relatives in Germany, and expect to visit Tans before re turning to the United States. Job Couldn't Have Stood it If he"d had Itching Tiles. They're terribly annovinjr; but Lucklen s Ar nica Salve will cure the worst case of Files on earth. It has cured thon- sands. For Injuries, Tains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salve in the world. Trice, 2'c a box. Lure guar anteed. Sold by F. 15. Snyder, drug gist. The jury in the case of James Howard, on trial at Frankfort, Ky., for alleged conspiracy in the assassi nation of Governor Goebel Thursday morning returned a verdict of guilty with tbe penalty fixed at death. is, by no means, the dreadful disease it is thought to be in the besrinninsi. It can always be stopped in the beginning. The trouble is : you don't know you've got it; you don t believe it; you won't believe it till you are forced to. Then it is danerer ous. Don't be afraid ; but attend to it quick you can do it your self and at home. Take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, and live care fully every way. This is sound doctrine, whatever you may think oi be told ; and, if heeded, will save life. If vnn hava nn trla if free sample, its agreeable taste w;li Surpriseyou. SCOTT & BOVNE. Chemists. 409 Pearl Street. New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Administrator's Notice. STATE OF KANSAS. ) SCMXER COCXTT. ( In the Probate Court in and for said county: In the matter of the estate of Thos.V. Og den. deceased. Notice is hereby lren that letters of ad ministration have been granted to the undtr slewd on the estate of Thos. V. Ocden, late of Bald county, decease, by the honora ble, the probate court of the county and state aforesaid, dated the 1st day of September. A.P., 1900. Now. all persons having claims asainst the said estate are hereby notified that tliev mut present the same to the undersigned for al lowance within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate: and that If such claims be not exhibited within three vears after the date cf said letters the shall be of rcver barred. B F. OiDE. Administrator of the estate of Thos. V. Oeden. deceased. First pub'lsned in Voick s'ejtembrfi. lftti COItSiiliipM Hope for Iter. "She has been in New York society !or several years now. and no breath jf scandal has ever been attached to aer name." "Ah, well, she's young yet. Brooklyn Life. One Tli' i rr. "Pa, why c'o they (: i it "cold cash'?" "Because people i :ie a habit of Veezing to it, I guess. "Chicago fimes-Hrald. An t nciunl Accident. At Stroud.-burp, l a., recently a gust f wind blew a baby carriage into a :reek, where the babv was drowned. Sometimes ((alte Early. The very latest thin? in door locks is the night key. Chicago Daily News. Generally Other People'. Many people express opinions, hut lew form them. Chicago Daily Xrwa. Jim McCulinch was up from Cald well last week. lie savs that Mr. and Mrs. L'lias. Anderson, survivors of tne Galveston storm, are at the home of Mrs. Anderson's father, Dr. Xobie, at Caldwell. "Buck" Ander son and his children are at Renfrew. U.T. Tiny arc destitute. The re port that "Hack" Anderson and fam ily we'e drowned was started by a teleramreceived by Dr. Xoole from his daughter, asking him to send two tickets for herself and husband Caldwell people naturally supposed that the rest of the Auderson9 had been lost. Jell-O, The New Dessert, pleases all the family. Four flavors: Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry. At your grocers. 10 cts. Try it today. When you cannot bleep for cough ing, it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat, and make sleep possible. It is pood. Try it. For sale by all drug gists. The prohibitionists will have no candidate for county attorney, W. II. Schulte haviDg refused to accept the nomination. The rest of ihe candi dates will be nominated by petition. CASTOI12A. Bears the 4 ' W YM lb M .'$ k$ Si3 Botkin, living iu Northwest Wei lington, slipped and fell on the porch Friday morning,dislocating her stioul aer. Dr. F. 0. Emerson, who was called to wait on her, reports her resting well. There are thousands of people, suf fering untold torture from l'iles, be cause of the popular impression that they cannot be cured. Ta bier's Buck eye Pile Ointment will cure them and the patient will remain cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. A. M. Stanley, Druggist Corn-huskers' sprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts, burns, bruises, severe lacerations and external injuries of any kind are promptly and happily cured by applying Ballard's Snow Lin iment. Price, 25c and 50 cents. A. M. Stanley, Druggist. CASTOniA. Bears tt A 1118 H3V8 AI.V3VS Banffy Signature of When you have no appetite, do not relish your food and feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Frice, 25 cents. Sam ples free at all drug stores, OASTOIIIA. Sears the A lr' ''M M Ha" Always BGUJ Signature J. W. Haughey went, to Wichita Thursday to remain until after the Wichita carnival. From Wichita he will (ro to the I.O.O.F. grand lodge meeting, when he will be installed as grand master of the I.O.O.F. Eev. S. Price lias received a tele gram from Madison, Wis., saying that bis daughter, upon whom an opera tion was performed Thursday, was doing splendidly. Belle Plaine Def3nder: Belated Jubileers are stringing borne from Wellington yet tnia week. . . .The one great secret to the unparalleled suc cessor the Sumner County Jubilee, is that enormous wheat crop of 1900 7,000,000 bushels, besides the many other bounteous crops. Wellington would hardly think of having a parade without the help of its aoti-borse th'ef association, which can turn out seventy-six men. K. C. Star. Geo. Wolz has returned from Mt. Pleasant, la., where he resigned his position with a milling firm. He bad bought an interest in a mill at Ponca City and will move there soon. id ui. ueu. it. ruitzs reai estate advertisement, this characteristic avnrnccinn to fnnnrl- TKo.-o vacant lots in a high state of cultiva tion." Pete Brouirh. son-in-law of J. C. Robinson, returned from Colorado Springs Wednesday night and went to his home in Kingfisher Friday. Mrs. Brough, who is at Colorado Sprines for her health, Is much better ana tr tier neaitn continues to improve will come to Wellington about the middle of October. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Cough! Signature of Invitations have b;en received bv Wellington neoule to the vreddin? of Chas. Jewett Humphrey and Miss Harriet Louise George, to occur at the home of the bride's father, Austin Geortre, at Ypsilanti, Mich, on Tues day, October 9, at 7 o'clock p ra. Mr. and Mrs. Humchrev will be at home to their friends on North F street, Wellinglcn, after Decmber 4. HUMOROUS. Vifc "It takes two to make a quar. rel." Husband "True, my dear. Where there's a will there's always a won't." Chicago Daily News. If a man is engaged to a girl and the elopes with another man, th party of the first part is saved fron petting a mighty poor wife. Chicagt Daily News. Muriel "Your brother proposed to rat during the service in church last Sunday." Zoe "You mustn't mind lim. He often talks in his sleep." The Smart Set. Learn to be a worker. Every man'i tuccess is founded on hard work, backed by honesty, a little commoa sens and a good deal of taste. Atch ison Globe. "What!" exclaimed the orator. "What two thing9 are helping man kind to get up in the world?" The alarm clock and the stepladder," an swered the dense person in the nu of the hall. Baltimore American. The Cruel Man Daggs "I think Miss Hinote's vocal tolos sound bettei when one is some distance off." Waggs "Undoubtedly now the farthe away from her I can get the better I enjoy he- singing." Ohio State Jour nal. He Was Gene jous. When the queen, during a stay w Scotand, visited the Tay bridge, one feature of the at tendant ceremony was the presenta tion of a beautiful basket of flowers. The (pieen emiled as she took it, but Dundee was not yet satisfied that it sad done all in its power. The pro vost stepped forward with a low bow. "And, your majesty," said he, "yon need not return the basket." London Outlook. ODD EFFECTS OF CARGOES. Sufferings Caused to Sailors at Sea by Coffee, Sugar and Tine Lamher. It was in ore of the little river fronl eating hone in Brooklyn frequented by Failors from the coasters which art loading or unloading. A big, powerful tailor, who looked as if he had never in his life known what it was to be ylck for a cay, entered and took a chair opposite a longshoreman who had al ready ordered and wn waitir.g for his dinner. As the sailor was looking over the bill of fare with that critical and hesitant eye that characterizes Jack ashore from a long voyagj with a dis criminating wa appetite upon him, the waiter brought in a cup of steaming :oifee and set it down before the long shoreman. As the o('ior of it reached the sailor's nostril lie bent upon the cup a gaze of concentrated distrust and hatred. Then he turned deadly pale, rose from hi9 was and daggered to ward the door, relates the New York Sun. "Been drinkm a little too much for your tonnage, mate?" af-ked the pro prietor, helping him to the door. "Haven't had a drop to-day," said the man. "It's that coffee."1 "What'9 the matter with thecoffee?" asked the proprietor, angrily. "There ain't any better coffee than that on the river front." "That's all right," replied the rail or. with an effort, "but I just got in off a coffee ship this morning.'' "Oh," said the proprietor, comprehending!)-. "If that's the case I'll fix you off in the corner where you'll be all right." A table was set for him far from the others, and there he ate his dinner in apparent peace. Now there was in the eating house a landsman of an inquir ing turn of mind who !iled to under hand the wherefore of all this, so he questioned the proprietor, who has b9en long on the river front and is him self a graduate from before the mart and has sailed in many waters of the world. "Xothing queer about that," he said, in response to the Linesman's ques tion. "He's been out on a coffee ship, that's1 all. He won't want to see or smell coffee for weeks, let alone taste It." "Do they feed them nothing but cof fee on the coffee ship??" asked the landsman, in the innocence of his soul. "tfeed'em? 'Tisn't the feed. It'sthe rmell that knocks 'em. For a week or ten daysit tea 't bad; in fact, it's rather l pleasant smell, t at of the green berry, but after that it begins to get en your mind. In damp weather if It's a lor.ir voyage it's something ter rible. I've seen m whole s-hip's crew tn a dead calm over the rails, just get ting breath enough to swear between times. If anybocjr had been going by they'd have thought there was a sllip ful of lubbers- getting the worst of the ground swell. By and by a breeze came up and didn't take any orders from the captain to get us astern and to windward of our cargo in two seconds. But ve hardly had strength enough to work that ship the rt of the voy age borne and if we'd struck another calm spe'.l I reckon we'd have all dropped overboard from pure dis gust." Green Diamond a Rare Gem. One of the rarest gems in Queen Vic toria's collection is a green diamond of marvelous beauty. It has never been set. Chicago Chronicle. Woald Yoa Haasf If you had to find five good friends, )T be hanged, would you feel easy? itchison Globe. Proiperoai. Sister Sold anything lately, Arthur? Disconsolate Artist Yes, most of my !urniture. Th King. Safety of the Malla. Out of 17,000,000 pieces of registered mail handled annually in the United Etates, the los3 has been only one thousandth of one per cent., and in the transmission of ordinary letters the loss is but seven-thousandths of one per cent. Chicago Inter Ocean, J.: ARMY AND NAVY. ..:. t Military Proa-reai of Tneie iVo;ilc Kicerdi That of Other .Nation. v::e? her war with China, Japan has n:;; !o more progress as a military and naval power than almost any other oat ion in the world. Of the $82,500, C00 war indemnity she received from Chin she has spent $29,000,000 on her irmy and more than $50,000,000 on her navy. At the beginning of that war Japan's army on a peace footing con sisted of 69,000 officers and men. This, has since been increased to 143,000 on a peace footing and 540,000 on a war footing, relates the Little Chronicle. Since the war with China she has vkled four first-class battleships, six first-class cruisers and a large flo tilla of torpedo boats. Besides these she has nine second-class cruisers, five third-class cruisers, ten coast de fense vessels, two first-class and 1$ second-class- gunboats, four dispatch boats and a torpedo depot ship. The Japanese navy is now larger than the Russian navy. The naval and mili tary officers are as carefully trained as those of European nations. Jap anese naval students are to be found at Annapolis, in this country, and in all the best naval schools of Europe. Her new w arships are among the best that float. Two of the new battle ships are exact copies of the great English battleship the Royal Sover eign, and our own cruiser Charleston was modeled after the Japanese cruis er Xaniwa. CLEOPATRA USED COSMETICS. The World' Moil Ilraatifal Woman lard Artificial Aldi to Comellneai. When Cleopatra made captive the aeart of Mark Anthony, the victor of l'hili-ini. she was 24 years old. At this B.'e women of the orient begin to show IsiL-ns of a decline of their physical c charms. The.fact that the star-eyed Egyptian was then in the height of her t eauty warrants the assertion that she wisely used whatever cosmetic art was Inown at that time to improve her per sonal ai'p"arance. And even if she had not employed the salves, etc, there i certainly one thing she would not have fail d to do, and that is to darken her eyebrow. All the women of the orient darken their eyebrows and eyelashes to-day, just the same as they did thou sands of years ago. I'roof of this was found in the graves which contained not exactly eyebrow ptucils, but tiny boxes filled with a black paste and small wooden implements for applying the tame. This was used not alone by th women, but by the men also, says a London exchange. Even manicuring was know n in those ancient days, because we are told by the best authorities that l'aris had most shining nails and darkened both his eyelashes and his brows. It would be an easy matter to ridi cule all the various ingredients of these slaves, but it would be injustice to do so, because some of them have been used ever since through all these cen turies and have thoroughly proven their eflicacv. WOMEN'S PAY IN RUSSIA. Thoae Who Work for a Living- Get Small Keuinof ration for Their Servlcea. "Can women practice law in Russia?" The question w as asked cf Miss Alice 6erber, the woman lawyer, by a writer in Success. Miss Serber replied: "O, no! the great majority of the men of my native land would be hor rified at the idea. The women of Bus da who desire or are forced to work for their living can become dressmakers it a dollar and a half to two dollars a week; they can be school teachers at a little more. None of the professions is open to them, except medicine, and for this they must have a certain high status in society, and must have large means to defray the great expenses of the women's course at the university. There is a considerable number of women doctor in Russia, but most of them studied and obtained their diplo mas in Switzerland, where the atti tude toward ambitious women is much more liberal than in the domains of the czar. A woman servant in Russia U doing well to receive $20 a year for her services. The wives and daughters of the peasants work harder than the men. They bear nearly an equal share in the labor of the fields, and in ad dition have all their household duties to attend to." THE LOVE OF EXCELLENCE. H Sense of Thing Well Doae Haa a saiatarf Influence on Character. There la a great satisfaction in doing things juEt right, writes Orison S. Mar den in Success. It is a perpetual tonio to feel each night that you have not been slurring things during the day, that you have done everything you at tempted just as well as it could be done. This sense of completeness, of things well done, has a most salutary Influence in strengthening the charac ter, and bringing all the faculties into harmony, in qualifying us for better and higher work. Mean Hamaa Xatare. "Jones always wants his vacation tl last man in the office." "What's that for?" "He geta a keen relish out of the fact that we are all working with nothing (o look forward to while he is joyously HU." Detroit Free rress. Earthquake! In a Year. At the seismological observatory )f Quarto, near Florence, observations f more than 170 earthquakes were made in the year beginning Novem ber 1, 1S93, and ending October 31, 1699. Cheap Excursion Rates TOICOLORADO on June 21, July 7, 8,9, 14 and 18, aud August 2. Tickets from points west of Missouri river, and east of Colby, Kansas, to Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou, Futblo, Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, and return, will be sold by the AtRa(e of One Regular Fare Plus $2,RoundTrip Return Limit Oct. 31, 1900 Best Line to Denver! Only Direct Line to Colorado Springs and Manitou Take a 1 vantage of these cheap rates and spend 'your vacation in Colorado Sleeping Car Reservations may be made now for any of the excursions. Write for fi'll information and the beautiful book "Colorado The Mag nificent" sent free. E. W. THOMPSON, A.G.r.A., Topcka, Kansas. JOHN SEBASTIAN, C.P.A., Chicago FARMERS TK have the material on hand for DO til i all white pixe going fast. Secure yours before too late. We can figure cheap beds alsa Fee us at once. Rock Island Lbr. Co. S. X. Dnowx, Agent. On Eighth St ,west of Washington Ave. Prestoti Wyckoff, Rome Kansasr Breeder i f and Dealer in pure bred SHORTHORN UATTLE A few choice young bulls for sale also some good draft horse?. FARMERS you can save ten dollars per cow per year by using a CREAM SEPARATOR Yon can make more and better butter and raise better calves than is possible with any other system. For further particulars see or write DP fiARNAND at the Celluo nard . r. UAKiAm, Ware Co. ! More Lafo Burger The Well Known Auctioneer. Cries sales in any state or territory. I am booked for tbe largest stock sales in Kansas and Oklahoma. My patrons do ray best advertising Write or call foj terms before making dates. -TAKE THE Missouri Pacific R'l'y From Kansas City to St. Louis and the East Elegant Service, Low Rates For further Inforcratlon address J. H. LYON, Western Parseoxei Agent, KnnwsCitr. Mo Just forty-eight hours is sufficient time to cure a bad cold when yon take Krause s told Lure. It will not nau seate the stomach or constipate the bowels and is pleasant and safe to take. Costs 23 cts. bold by II. F. smnn, uruggisi. For sprains, swellingR and lameness there is nothing 10 pood as Chamber lain's Fain Balm. Try itj For tale by all druggists.