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A man who has been running a race vith steam and electricity for years, finds himself suddenly stopped. It seems as if a cold hand clutched his heart His brain whirls ; he can hardly see. "What is it?" he asks himself as the attack passes. If his question meets a right an swer, he'll be told that his seizure is a warning to pay more attention to his stomach, which is already deranged by irregular meals and rich foods. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach " and or gans of digestion and nutrition. It eliminates from the blood disease breeding poisons. It makes the blood rich and pure, and furnishes a found ation for sound, physical health. "About ten years ago I began to 'have trouble with my stomach," writes Mr. Win. Connolly, of 535 Walnut Street, I,orain, Ohio. It got so bad that I had to lay ofi quite often two and three days in a week. I have been treated by the best doctors in this city, but got no help. Some said I had cancer of the stomach, others catarrh, others dyspepsia. Then I wrote to you for advice. You advised the use of your 'Golden Medical Discovery" and "Pleasant Pel lets.' These medicines I have taken as directed. I commenced to get better from the start, and have not lost a day this summer on account of my stomach. I feel tip-top, and better than I have for ten years." Keep the bowels healthy by using Dr. Pierce's Pellets. They don't gripe. Staple Groceries You will find it to your interest to investigate quality of goods as well as prices. We have a well deserved reputation for cairying the best (juality of goods at rea sonable prices. Give us a trial. Frambers & Bruniley Call and see us at our new place of business across the street from the old stand. Produce handled at highest market price OPEN EVERY DAY qjMPHOTO studio Over Pdstoffice MAKERS OF None Better Few their Equal FARMERS you can save ten dollars per cow per year by using a CREAM SEPARATOR You can make more and better butter and raise better calves than is possible with any other system. For further particulars see or write D. F. GARNAND, SWSS1 6 SimOHEY TO LOAN ON SUMNER COUNTY FARMS SEE OB WRITE SUMNER VHITSON, Mm PINE mm The Appraiser! at Werk. 0. A. Nuichi-r, United Stales agent fur tue O-ajre Indians at Pawbka, U.T.. has beuii tue lea.-ing of reser vation 1-infis for agricult ural purpose. I lr re it f ore practically all tlie rt serva 1. n has iieen leased ftr raziiijf pur po-e- to LMitle'iieu, wlio brought In it' at icf rd fiitn I lie i-ouib and west. The leas n of the O-aire iaods fur icily j.riailiurjl purps is rr irarded as the most important event id in insioiy 01 me reeraiin. Pncucftiiy 1 KjiM'on acres of 'the richert farming land in the southwest will b? placed within the reach ot resporiM'iie ppri:t)3 at reascnabie rental. Millions of busiie's of corn an 1 sv iieut will come aDDually from land that has Lever been furrowed by h plow. The Income of the Ome Indium will be increased and the changed Ci niilions from grazing pas tures will hasten the breaking up of the tMhai relations and lessen year by year the trntst against allotment. Agent Mit'Cher is leasing the land in 160-acre tracts which, pending allotment, will be designated as the individnnl prnpeit of a member of the trib . Thus each In inn whr consents t'i cbiMu ownursliip to a 160 acre tract of lanl will receive ieas money. Stubborn Iodi;ms will b en couraupd to e'a'm ) p fl by eeini' others receive irar-e ru rpy. T.n t ns wa.v pntt ffl'v all i 'w n.-l : 1 e claimed Hi'd l?Hsed. A sent. Mits'-hei has hoi n ni 'iC't' l"-'-"s n-nr miriths, and it h exprced rUt with in the next, t lir-e ui' ii! Ik hundred ot white farmers will enw ilif reset v--tion. Many of them will come from Kansas ann.Mis-ouri. Agt nt Mitseher wili nnf, )eae laa' racts of land for farm'n: purposes. tiereby preventing the practice of oU'-Vasing. Leas-s will be mad only t persi ns who are fincnciall) able 1 1 cultivate the land m a proper manner. Tiielazv mm, looking for a place where" he can get che-tp land that will provide bin i living with a minimum of work will not be able to retain bis leas", it is the purpose of Agent MitschertT develop to land in the most substantial manner, and be believe that only substantial farm ers can do it. Leases are being made to run from three to five years. An order was" issued lately by Agent Mitscher requiring every white resi dent to send his children to school not less than Ave mootbs in a year. Persons who do not comply with the order will he removed from the reser vations. Pawnee county, to which the reservation is attached for judic ial purposes, will be asked to give the reservation its proportion of taxes paid to Pawnee county to maintain schools for white children. Judge Haioer held lately at Ferry that taxes of all kinds can be levied against resi dents in the Osage country. A law of 1899 said that only court and territorial taxes could be collec ted. Horace Speed, United States district attorney, is of the opinion that if Judge Hainer's decision is good law the Osage reservation is en titled to all thebanpflt,8 arising from taxation that are enjoyed by the peo ple Of Pawnee county. The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 50c. CASTOniA. Bean the T C'J Ha Aiwaw Bough L. F. Duggao, district manager of the M. & K. Telephone Co., was , ir the city Saturday on his way to South Haven to make arrangements to put in a telephone exchange at that place. Thin, pale, ansmlc girls I need a fatty food to enrich their blood, give color to their cheeks and restore their j I health and strength. It is $ safe to say that they nearly t all reject fat with their food. COD LIVER OIL. WHHYPOPHOSPHlTLSQfLIMtlSQDA 7 ' is exactly what they require; it not only gives them the im- J I portant element (cod-liver oil) $ in a palatable and easily di- gested form,but also the hypo I phosphites which are so valua I ble in nervous disorders that tt iKttallv arrnmnanv anemia V I SCOTTS EMULSION bal fatty food that is more easily digested than any other form of fat A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health. I You can get it in this way. We have known per-1 sons to gain a pound a I day while taking it , 50c. andff.ao,alldroggisti. SCOTT & BOWNE, Ocmitts, Nw York. 3 I Tin Finn To Take f Yort. J Wm. Nyce, H. McKnlght and Wm. SheriOi.naud F. L yan of Caldwell, were in the city TuciU?. The Kramer brot hers e-tiniBtf tl;r the repairs to their eievatr, wl'ih bursi Tuesday, will cos. 1.500. We pray the-i, hed him not who askest thee to take something, sail to oe the same as the Kocky Mountain Tea made by the Malison Medic inj Co. 3.) cents. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cure biliou-n-ss constipation and headache. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. For sale by all druggists. A remarkably life bke portnit. o' the laf Tho- Richardon ham"; over the cashier's desk id Richardson & Co', dry goods store. When you feel that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse your stomach, tone ur your liver and regulate your bow els making you feel like a new man. For .'ale by all druggists. Kmi! Roser left over the Snnta Fe Tuursday for St. Louis, called ly telegram saymg that his brother, Albert R'iser, was riving. Ilerbine sweetens the breath, bright ens the eyes and clears the complexion w tienit t.ie slu'hten ill effects what ever, nr (I ensures the natural bloom of health. I'rice, 50 cents. A. M. Stanley. Chas. J. Tlnmphrey and bride :ir rived from Ypsilanti, Mich.. S'ir.du night and are comfortably qurti-ren in their home on North F street. For all fresh cuts and wounds, either on the human subject or on animals. Mallard's Snow Liniment is excellent: while for corn-huskers' sprained wrists, barbed-wire cuts and sores cn working horses, it cannot be too highly recommended. I'rice, 25 and 50 cents. A. M. Stanley. Mrs. Thos. Richardson and norc Miss Fannie Smith left Thursday evening for a month's visit in Mis souri. .Mrs. Richardson has a brother at Shelbina. Mo., and a sister and other relatives In Marion county, Missouri. Krause's Cold Cure cures colds with out loss of time from your work or business. Take two capsules at night before retiring and two or three the following day. Result? Cold gone cured. Cost 25 cents. Sold by C. W. Schwmn, druggist. The literary fans of the County High school regard the twenty vol umes of literary digest presented by Dr. W. M. Martin as the best gift the library has received. The volumes are bound in morocco, and Includes all the literary digest from 1890 to date. There are thousands of people, suf fering untold torture from Files, be cause of the popular impression that they cannot be cured. Ta bier's Ituck eye Pile Ointment will cure them and the patient will remain cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. A. M. Stanley, Draggist. Richardson & Co. have a window reproduction of "Lunette," which a work of art, and is very ingenious. An electric moter moves the flying figure, which is dressed to represent almost perfectly the Midway attrac tion at the Jubilee, The display was gotten up by Frank Miexsellaod Tom Taylor. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy, and find it to be a great medicine,'' says Mr. E. S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It cured me of bloody flux. I cannot speak too highly of it" This remedy always wins the good opinion, if not praise, of those who use' it The quick cures which it effects even in the most severe cases make it a favor ite everywhere. For sale by all drug gi-.ts, The Ministerial union met this morning and decided upon union Thaoksgiviog services. The services will be held at the Presbyterian church, and Rev. C. H. Stull of the Baptist churt h will preach the ser mon. He will be assisted by the other ministers. Invitations to the marriage of Mr. EdT. Hackney of Wellington, and Miss Mabel Clare Rogers of Washing ton, Kas., were sent out this morning. The ceremony is to occur at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rogers at Washington at 3 o'clock p.m., Wednes day, November 14. They will be at home to their friends in Wellington after December 20, next. Invitations are out for the wedding of John Camp of El Reno, O.T., formerlv of Wellington, and Miss Minnie Newbold of Wellington, the ceremony to occur at the home of the parents of the bride expectant, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Newbnld, tn this city Wednesday evening, November 14. at 8 o'clock. After a few days' sojourn in this city and vicinity the bride and groom will go to El Reno tolive. ' Conway Springs Star: There is a little fun in store for Asa Barnett's club of old-timers and regular chair warmers some night after election. They have sealed a shoe box and each ene has deposited a guess as to the majority which be thinks either Mc Kinley or Bryan will carry Kansas. His mme appears upon the slip on wbicb be made his guess, and when those guesses are read off there will be some hearty laughs. While in Bowling Green, Ky., re cently, we inquired for Dave Brunn wick, formerly of Wellington. We were told that he was living to Col umbus, Iod, where be was engaged in the clothing business. Id speaking oi rirunswicK tne other day id W. II. Maddy, Mr. Maddy says that while he was county treasurer he received a letter nearly a year ago from some of Brunswick's folks at or near Colum bus, Iod., (as he remembers the place) saying that Brunswick was dead. A Bohemian was billed for a speech at Johnson's school house in Caldwell township ;last Friday night, and Charlie Richardson of .Wellington, was sent there with the polypboue to hold the crowd. Johnson's school house is in a Bohemian settlement. The speaker failed to show up, owing to a hemorrhage of the longs, and Richardson, being equal to the occas ion, made a fusion speech to the crowd. The Bohemians -say the speech was a good one. New Time Card. The new winter timecard on the Santa Fe will go into f fleet next Wednesday, November 7. Sevpral changes are announced ia the Wei I lug loo t ruins. Train 2 ., the Southern Kansas pas spng'jr frmn .ne eat, arrive at IC:5j a.m. undr the nw time cird, instead .if 10:2o. as heretofore. The P.inhand!e tr-iu will no west at li:05 itisua! of 10:40. Tl:e fjst, mail, trnin 4iT. will ariive at. the samp limp hit will rippart fr ('a'dwell 20 mmuies later t nun no, leavini' at 11 o'chrfc i.m. Trin 4'.N iH depart at. 5:5 P.m. instead of 5:10 The Southern K:-s'i pifspfier p inj eat wj;i ic-tve it 5:10 undr lie :ew time card, in stead of 6:05 Local 222 will riepirt at ti:l5 a m.. instead of 7 o'clock. Train 525 on the Hunnewell branch will lve at 6:40, instead of 7:20 Train 5 V. will leave at 10:55 a.m. iostad of 10:.T0, as at present. There are no other important, changes. To the Oeaf. . A rich lady, curerd of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr. Xicolson's Artificial Ear Drv.ms, gave Jio.ooo to bis institute so that deaf p'eople un able to procure ir-e. Ear Drums, may have them fre:. AddressXc. 4379c, The Xicholson Institute, 680 Kiguth Avenue, New York. 'I he ruotoan juie uetween the .Sumner C'nuory llu m- (,i evm ind the diiliuc 0 Indian t; itu Satur day aii.tr m on resulted 'n ; score of 21 to 0 11. rari.-r of the i.emu to ini. The. Inuiaiis played good im'I, but tl'py were too slew for the cyclonic move ment j ot the Cm n'.y HiL'h school hoys. The game opened with the ballon Wellington's side, where it remained neailyali the lime. The bail was lost by both s:des vprul times Lhrouuh fumbles. Wellington did ex 'vpilonaily pr-ity work. The play ing of the two Roberts boys deserves special mention. Prof. Price did qually gojd work, racking seveial good runs. Wellington made three touchdowns in the first half. The game was orderly throughout, and a large crowd witnessed it. The receipts were about $G5, $20 of which was cleared to pay on the fence which has been erected around the grounds. Bismarck's Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tre mendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneya and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Only 25 cents at F. B. Snyder's drug store. The current issue of the Railroad Age has the fol'owing Incorporation notice: Incorporated in New Mexico totuild a railroad 155 miles long (r m Lake Arthur, on the Pecos Valley & Nori heaster", to the Texas state 1 1 1 e, on the El Paso & Northwestern, 18 miles from El Paso, Tex. This is the proposed branch of the Pecos Valley & .Northeastern to El Paso, Tex., sur veys for which hve been madp. Capital stock, 17,811,000 Incorpora tors: James J. Hagprman, Colorado Spriogs, Co'o.; Dnton H. NichoN, Araarillo, Tex.; William A. Otis, Colorado Springs; Anthony C. Camn hell, Roswell, N.M.; William F. Greenwood, Colorado Springs: Don D. Donohue, Roswell; Addison R. Tem ple, Tex. To Cure a Cotd in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Al. druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 2.ic. No book has yet been written that will fully describe the mauy aches and pains that mankind is heir to. And if we do n t look after these ailments, what is the result a short and miser able existence. In order to overcome serious complications, it 'is necessary So have the system in thorough order. "Longavita" is specially prepared for just this purpose. . It is a boon to those whj are emaciated or run down. It will put snap and vim into you, give you a clear and bright expression, an elastic step, etc., placing you on the top rung of health, strength and happiness, all of which will prolong your life. If you wish to live to a npe old age, read "Longavita1 ad. in another column. Everybody needs it, n ThutmI Aaatokt. It la considered not at all unlikely tilt the moment the British troops in vade the Boer territory the women will take up arms against them. And they would be no mean foe to contend with. The average Boer woman is thorough ly trained to the use of the rifle, and her enmity toward Britishers i very bitter. In fact, it Is. stated that Presi dent Eruger has had great difficulty In restraining these Amazons, and'that he has promised to allow them to take the field as a last resource. Cincinnati Enquirer. Qnlte Odd. "There ia something paradoxical about the (fcntists," remarked Mr. Snaggs to his wife. "What is it?" " "The more prosperous they are, the more they look down in the mouth." Pittsburgh ChroniclevTclegraph. To (uet a Baby. An Irish philosopher say the only way to keep a baby quiet is to let it howl Chicago Daily News." Mtfnie to Be Clrtllied. China Is often alluded to (whethei correctly or not it a question) aa a be nightd region, but there is one little kingdom, the Hermit kingdom of Corea, that is entitled to the palm of dark ness aa far as civilization and modern progress goes. The trouble with China U tLat the people will not adopt ja tern of the foreigners, while Corea, It aeema, cannot. Missionaries and others have been endeavoring to instruct the Core&a in the nee of American tools, bat, with all the labor involved, they prefer to do the work as their forefa r (!i(J. Washington Tim ea, TaeatUa Ecobokt. "Will I was away, Kitty, you. iaT4 tome kouse money, of course?" "Yea, Harry, I saved a lot; but I spent It all ea ice cream." Detroit Free freaa. ,- . . SCHOOL AND CHURCH. A training college for Sunday Fchoo" teachers the first of its kind In Eng landhas been opened at Hands worfh, Birmingham. Dr. E. J. Banks, former consul nt Bagdad, has undertaken to excavate the ruins of the historic lr of the Chaldees for the Snuth:uian insti tution. Rrr. Dr. Patrick, of St. Pa'ifl's church, Dundee,. Scotland, has signi fied his acceptance r.f nomination to the principalship of Manitoba college, Winnipeg. Rev. Henry J. Callis, the pastor of the African Zion church of Syracuse, X. Y., was born a slave. He is a Hampton graduate, has studied law, and tmoe declined a nomination fer member of the Virginia legislature. Some of the English clergy in the diocese of Natal and Pretoria have been reduced tothe humblest poer ty, owing to luck of funds from Eng land and the multitude of war ap peals for money for other purposes. . Rev. Dr. Curtis, pastor of Mount Auburn Presbyterian church ut Cin cinnati, has been devoting his church sftrrtci to the especial intrrrrt of stuwt railway emphyM. Th Cin cinaati street rr.'!u;y rnmpr.iJeM gra4 frpp transportation to employs and thrfc families to nn-1 from th church. In a number of our oldest and lar gest universities in tlie college e;rc!a a Wacher is never addressed or spoken of as president or professor, but only ah plain "Mistrr." It is "Mr. EliotV "'Mr. Hndley." not Pres ident Eliot or Hndley. The reason ii an inherent modesty, which dislikes to assume titles of. distinction and prefers- the forms of democratic quality. RSWURES OF VOLCANOES. Som ( taa lMfflroltln Eneoaaterefl la PtegraBhlaa Theaa Wan der Talle la Actios. Aa things go these days, the pho tographer i the man who ia at the front, whether it be nt El Caney, or oS Morro, or at Manila, and one has but to make any danger worth while to flrwi some one of the amateur or pro fessional brethren taking it with his samera, to hand it down as au imper ishable and indisputable evidence of what man will risk and accomplish. When it was reported In Honolulu last trammer, or rather when Honolu lu wm enveloped in a thick cloud of moke, It knew without any further reporting that Mauna Loa was once more on the rampage. And so it turned out, the great volcano, through new fissures and vents and ,new craters, was pouring out great masses of lava, which made the eruption one of the most striking of recent years. When It was made known from the island of Hawaii that the spectacle was likely to prove unique, two par tics started out from Honolulu for the great mountain, accompanying them being Mr. Frank Dewey, a pho tographer, who did not mind such a thing as danger in his desire to take a snap at a full-fledged eruption on the plank of Mauna Loa near the sum mit The main outburst formed a lake of boiling lava 100 feet in diameter, from which huge masses were thrown 300 feet in the air. From a breach in the one a flood of lava 44 feet wide rushed down the mountain side at a rare of 30 miles an hour. A dozen vents near the great crater were throwing lava in the air, which cov ered the surrounding territory with 'a thick coating gliding down and en veloped in a thick smoke. Lwer down a new crater not so large as the upper lake threw great moMea of lava and solid rocks in the air weighing hundreds of pounds. While the onlookers were fascinated at the sight, there was considerable danger, as on one occulon the wind blew thick columns of sulphurous smoke toward the party when they were on their way home. The running lava behind them prevented a retreat and death from asphyxiation surely threatened aa the black dond ad vanced In a menacing manner. Just as It was about to cover them, a vio lent guet of wind opened a gap archei like a tunnel. Through thia the ter rifled tourists nuhed and reached the pure air on the other side In safety, falling upon the ground exhausted ih4 Mcome by their fearsome erpe ritb. They also suffered from hunger and thirst, and it was under these circum stances that Mr. Dewey took the riews, his eal causing him among Other things to lose his shoes, which were burnt off his feet by the hot lavas. However, he got back to Hon olulu rafely, and was. delighted at hid Success in catching one of the small cones in operation, as well as pho tographing some older lava beds and the at&lified rivers of lava of other days. Philadelphia Times. The Taakee Trait A little boy in Eargor, Me., wai suf fering from a severe cold and his moth er gave him a bottle of cough mixture to take while at school. On his return he a&ked him if he had taken the med oia. "Xo," he candidly replied, "but Bom? Jonee did. He bked it, so I rwapped It with him for a h&wiful of twM". . .. ' Caaated Him. 1 am taJdng a religious eestoi fof pur church," said the young woman af the door, . "I don't expect to live here any knjf kr than thia week," ald the toaa yiU tad answered the belL "O, well, that makes bo Bifferesc far jw name, anyhow. Thar wire brings In the biggest Sat fceto 1 trWMtoneagcHa Journal , : . . i.insV tuvr'', inor time. njr A.io'i'll 1 iM''!';,,,Mv, i tiawuuo 'hri'i'i!''1 1; A M ii 1 1 a n t N 0 od 0 r. MvVWjUVT Many "ty'u 601,1 tT hut - -f 7 v i,s y tC':''--,'':?-. .'I v. ':..,' v-" V: J LW.Johnston THE AUCTIONEER Dates made at this office. Address ROME, KANSAS GUN, BICYCLE AND SPORTING GOODS .. DEALERS. Novelty Repairing and Electro Plating. We repair Guns, Bicycles, Sewing Ma chines, Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, and all other Light Machinery and Electrical Apparatus. We also repair and re-cover Umbrellas, fit keys for Locks, etc. We do all kinds of Grinding and Pol shing, Soldering and Brazing. We are Experts at our Busi ness. All work Guaranteed. COME AND SEE US. D (Successor to J. M. McKee.) Wholesale Produce! Will pay highest cash price for your POULTRY AND EGGS Call and see me and get prices. FARMERS yE have the material on hand for S3 all white pine going fast. Secure yours before too late. We can figure cheap beds also. See us at once. Rock Island Lbr. Co. S. X. I5i:owx, Agent. On Eighth St ,west of Washington Ave. win r CASH ProduceBuyers .Dressed Poultry, Came, Furs, Eggs and Butter 204 DUANE STREET, NEW YORK Write for our present - ' Cash Paying Prices FETTERS & SI ATCHISDh mm