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Dr.WMTTIER 10 WESTM.THSTRT. ' (NEAR JUNCTION.) KANSAS C7V, MISSOURI. Regular gridutt ail V -tl r J eutnoruatf by tna stat, and concad d to te ttie lead- n7 and moat auc caaaful Spaclaliat In BLOOD. NERV. L. oUSandUIHNARV DISEASES Nervous Debility II7TA Ms JUajr Gloom? Sjrmptoma Cure. Lost Vitality Perfectly mm4 PnammUy i?ntorA Syphilis CunJtorUU WTLSaf Mercury. Urinary Diseases QmkMr Rmitrnd aW Thorvmjkly Cmnd. "W la Dr. H. J.Wnl titer Inrar- Yy r1r UbljaoeeaaafulJ Bccaaaebc 7 Paaaa a pcwanlsea that ha BaaaaaaaaaaaaasB nawt f uifliL Avoid cheap rnre-alU aad aaskiUed phyilclaae. and coatnlt Whlttler la pereoa or by letter (siring rvroou) aad receive tba caadld opinion of a Ttelaa of Im npcrUoc, maqweeUoaed ...HI a4 vtrUaf llTity. MEDICINES from oor ova la bora lory fur aUhed at email cost aad shipped anywhere aecxre from ebaervaUon. TREATMENT atwf eent CO.D. FREE CONSULTATION. URINARY ANALYSIS. 0ca boora to 4 aad 7 to 8. SoaJay 10 to l 4 ..tJI To llroJth and fmTfrflr. V4 UlUwl forgrf. stamp to prepay C!l or addreaa !a strict cocSdccce DR. H. J. WHITTIER, IO Waat Nlntn Street. Kanaaa City, Mc Ir, Cos's Sanitarium Iltaaad BreaJway, SO. , CTKA5SU CUT. kind forir Very considerable rainfall T1 will occurjduring the first week 5?rSUt5 in September and severe Btonns. pA f G 1 M M O H S vffii3 The storm wave or that per- bff ASiff iod wil reach the Pacific coast aboul September 1st, cross the fcSv5f?S - -.rr.ir.V close of 2nd, great central val- ht? WfcqjUiTO leyJird to rth, eastern states Ctb.. Warm wave will Header, did you ever tafco Sii;iio'3 . I i.ivm ifFniMJiwiB. thn "Jcrvn rv cross tue Liver Medicines?" Everybody rccda wesfof Rockies country about rem!y; .u 13 sa or September 1st, great Central 3rd, and cause constipation, when the waste rV. I mat snoaiu uo camra ou remains in euaiexu Bia.ca wm. thrbodvandrjoIaonthawholnaxt-i , ... iinai auu. neavy .eeung u aue to a UOai wave win cruas uic torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache, wpstof Kockies country about una wmgcBuoawtu i - , Glwwuwt) iveep ino uver acuvo dv an September 4 th. ereat central occasional dose of Simmons Liver Kee- r, ... . o,u I cjatox ana you'll gex na or tneee trou v" " 1 Dies, ana give tone to too wnoie sys- n , . , tcm. tor a laxative bimmons Liver September, rainfall will be iculator is betteb toxn Pnxs. it generally above average along but and near the 40th parallel from i:vcry packno lias tho Itcd Z m.:i..r.i..i.:. -n fianin on mo wrapper, u. 11. i uuaueiuuiii iu ciiic i-i- ZeUiu & Co.. rhiLtddnhla. mg oil towards drouth nortu and south and west of the sec tion mentioned. A drouth will around the district. Dangerous storms will occur from tho 10th to 23rd and kill ing frosts following the storms of that period. THIS SANITARIUM 1 a prirata rvoapitai a jntat boroa for xaoaa aiatcieu wiui iseoical and aoricicaj dtMflra,aol taaanplleU wita all tba reme dial mtana kaown to acleoca aad tba latut .nstnimenta required la mod era aurgery. SO ROOMS For tb aeeoTBiBOdatloa of ratienta. to- rUtr witn oar complete Braee-Maklnc Iprniit, make mplai thla tbe latmet aaJ oldest and tbe ooJr Utoroogbly eoulrped Saaitanam la tbe Wert. SURGICAL Oieraitooa for . tbe rare of Varicocele, iniwsjBtrtctoro aad rutula axa of dally OCCOf TPDCOb WB HAVK A neatly pnblUbed book, tnnatrated tbroiurboat. aoowtnc tbe Sanitarium, wita tmKorrapha of many petlaota, waica wUl a mailed free to any addreee. For further Information call or addresa ilL C U. COE. KANSAS CITY. NO. Push The Mos. fro a tbe Farm anj Home. l our JUvoU In l our Life. To get a quick growth on a pig, firtt get the rlfiht kind of etoct, tb?o !c?d pl-nt j of Trioui kia'Je c! food season and it ig nniawfui to destroy their nests or eggs. Mr. Cleveland is frequently I :..! i : i t. OCCUr all I -lcullcu M 1111 wuijj mm in ilia . - I i t i excessive rainialllv'l,"iV'lls tumugcuus in ins convictions, but on some mat ters of importance he shows a liability to change just as many other people do. In his former administration he made an or der forbidding officials, appoin- Most rains will occur during ted by him, to participate in . r 4 . 1 .1 .1 ue nrsi mira oi me monui anu politics. He forbade any office east during the middle third, holder from engaging in a polit i . . ....... I . . i . ... temperature will occur from pui wuen lie wants 111s own par- about the 15th to 20th. y antl as many or tlie Kepubli cans as he can get converted to his un-Democratic principles of rrold monometn.llism. li pnrnnr- Without rooJ Llood roars ng tbroogbl0 1 your tuna yoa am aoon look wrinkled aaiii t.n mc uicuiucia ui uis Jriel up. A fcw dcaie of BSKt' Blood mliinpt tr rm rnf nml tnnlr Inrifier and Blood Maker will change your I . 7L, . , l.nU .t.n .Itint nn kMltlT frMh uJ 3 WCCtUCS. A 1113 .'If. youthful appearance. Sold and guarantees) j Lleveland tO lack IirmneSS, by your popular dnwr-t. II. I Soeed. Pntlior tlmti tr. 1, n t1i Qooo sion of it in a marked depret MICCrtl'DI'C KTIV fllMP f A VV I I iieu an street a interests dominate everything else, Mr. cannot be killed at any season, Cleveland has shown that he and a doe cannot be killed for h9 willing to change his plans five years, or until July, 1900. ant principles to accommodate It is lawful to kill other deer the Shylocka and plutocrats between Uctober 1st and Jan- that run the moneyed institu uary 1st. tions along that thorouchfare. Wild song of insectivorous birtjs cannot be killed at any OUT OF THE COMflON. Michigan has decided that for judicial purposes an oath administered by telephone is binding. In 18S2 it took 324 bushels of wheat to pay for a self-binding reaper, while a better one can be bought this year for the price of 187 bushels. a Miss Douglass, the champion markswoman of England, re cently scored fifty-seven bull's eyes in succession with a re volver at a twenty yard range. It is said that Mrs. Edmund Yates carries her husband's ashes around with her in a lit tle casket which is fitted into a traveling bag of special design. The cats of the Isle Man are as destitute of tails as if they were guinea pigs. It has nev er been accounted for, but in spite of being unscientific, it is a fact. yilllllllllllllimiiiiiiiiiiiimuuiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif(Mii.,i,iUlllullllia 3 Which Shall It Be ? ocit orders for ITigh Grade Sewing Machines, Bicycles. Vehicles, Baby Carnages, etc.. placed with local and retail dealers with three to six middle-, men s profits, or with the old reliable CASH BUYERS' UNION, with only one small profit above actual factory cost. If you are a money saver there can bo no ootitt as to your decision. Write to-dav for one of our illustrated catalogues and note the unapproachable bargains we are oiTerin;: 30 differ ent stvl.; Sevan? Machines, ransrinj? in price from SS.00 to 830.00 Kicycles all fityks and prices, from 810.75 to 375.00. Those of the latter price being erpjil to wheels sld by ap nts and di;l.-rs at $ 1 25.00. We show 150 designs in Laby Carriages tho latest, the handsemtt all new patterns, many d!il,'C:i.,r:port:-,,ons- We hanJJc everything under the sun in the VJi?.h2HAnNESS -NE. BUGGIES. CARRIAGES. PHAE-' TONt, HOAD WAGONS. CARTS. HARNESS. SADDLES, ETC . at prices out of reach cf competition. IM DIAMOC Alk-k Ana.io. i endless variety, at only 10 t r oent. above Ivt" actual cost to build in wriiir.-r for cata- frZ Cial catalogue for each line. Address iu full a- CASH BUYERS' UNION, D 8ao. 159-161 W. Van Barca St., CHICAQO. ILL. niitnniniiiiiiiMi!innniiiMMiii'MMinin7iiiiMinniTtiHiiT?TTnnffrr -1 nffHiinnnTir finj irlti A cood foomy pn Some hoe raisers bare tbe bet etock ob- taioable, bat thej do nut succeed In gettiDg them as large at a certain age as others. Tbe most of tbe bos that are raised in our country have good enough blood in tbem to m&ke a last growth it properly cared for, but we all bae eo much pushing work on tbe farm that we neglect our bogs more than anything else on tbe place. If we expect good re sults we must do our part, and wben we do this we will be prod ted by it. We often notice In a litter of pigs one or two small ones, and we ge n erally know why they are smaller than tbe others because they do not gt their share of milk from the dstn. When we see a pig that is gettiojr behind thft rent we should mana some way to feed it and keep it growintr right a loo?, lor just as it becomes etuntrd we will Hod it a poor !--ler. It never will grow ns fast as th othi r. This is why eome breeders be hu uneven lot of pigs. Alter tbe pig nr weaned and w begin to feed tbem we will find lb larger ones crowding the smaller oor away from tbe trough. A good i Ira would b to take all tbe smaller ones and put tbrm by themselves and give them all they can eat of various kinds of food, each as sbipstutf, bran, corn meal, wholewheat and an occasional feed of oil meal. Yoa cannot set a quick growth on a pig with corn. They soon gt tired of it, become feverish and begin to root in tbe ground for something cool their scorched rumarbe. The pig that h a good rang will always do better ihun tboee put up in suisll pDe no mat ter how yoa fed thro Exerci i a ra-btUI gtM! f-i hi or.lr t nrr.)nr A fast croWlh. Do DOt Shut Game birds may be killed between the following dates: Turkey, prairie chicken, pheas ant and quail, November 1st to January 1st, and woodcock, turtle dove, meadow lark and plover, between August 1st and January 1st. It is unlawful to ship deer, turkey, quail, pheasant and prairie chickens from the coun try where killed, and it is also unlawful to trap or snare game at any time. Wild turkeys may be killed between September 30th and March 31st. The shooting of ducks and geese or killing them with explosives between sun set and sunrise is prohibited. It is predicted that before many years the sunflower will come into general cultivation in this country. As a plant it has no superior for vigor, rap id growth and prolific yield of seed, leaves and stalk, all of which can be utilized. The seed are especially good as feed for fowls, and when mixed with grains they are relished by all farm animals. Fifty bushel of seed to the acre is a fair yield, and this will pro duce fifty gallons of oil worth $1 a gallon. In China a valu able fiber, used iu silk weav ing, is obtained from the stalks and they are of service as fuel and a oource of potash. The Orientals mix their tobacco with cured suntlower leaves, and make a yellow dye from the llowers, which are also rich It is felony to kill fish with!" honey and wax. The sun- dynamite or other explosives, "overgrows riotously in the or poison. Nets and trans of United States,, and stands all all kinds are prohibited. A extremes of weather well. Flain minnow seine, not exceeding 0 it is one of natures great fifteen feet in length, may be gifts, but as yet unappreciat- used for citchinir bait. ed. Globe Democrat. Gaaraataed Cars. We authorize our advertised drug gist to sell Dr. King's New JPhcoyery for consumption coughs and cold, upon th's condition: If you are af flicted with a cough, coll or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and u.e this iruiedy as directed, giving it a ftir tiut, and experience no benefit, yon my r-iurn the Nuttl-j and Lave vour uionry not mke this little Digs in a tighten and conflu : that Pi. Kings New Discovery ctuld tbem to com if you want to burry , Le reiie.i on. 11 never disappoints, tbero into tb market. Tu tbeapest TiUl bottles frei t W.C. Gastons. way to raise bogs Is ths quickest 5rug bture. Large sire 50c and Patrick Grove, with several aliases, the worst all 'round thief and cracksman in the country, was arrested by detec tives in St. Joseph last Monday. He was wanted in Denver, Min neapolis and several other places for stealing diamonds retard-.!. We could and other valuables, also for Otfer did W not know I rVtViInrr nn pvnroq irnln nan St. Joseph. He made his es cape from the St. Joseph jail some time last year, we think it was. OLD WINE IN HEW BOTTLES. If it is worth while to be religious at all, why not be in earnest about it? If we are preparing to live in a world where we may not stay a day, why no prepare to live where' we shall have to stay foreverf It onght to be reason enough or doing anything, to know hat God wants it done. The Bible is full of pjomises of the same kind of help from uod that a worldling may ex pect from his money. God's work never waits for the man who isn't ready. The man who will not set his face like flint against all sin, cannot expect to receive par don for some sin. The only teachable people in anything, are those who know their ignorance and want to get rid of it. Nothing but sin ever made anybody doubt the divinity of Christ. UeioreAdam ana rve were turned out of Eden, God gave them a promise that pointed straight to Chxist. When God answers our pray ers of faith he lets us know it. A man may be made believe that he has gold in his hand when he has not, but he cannot be deceived about the unspeak able peace of Christ. There are some who enthrone God npon the hills of intellect uai speculation, wno never think of extending his kingdom down into the valley of real life. The man who has been with Jesus never has to wear a badge on his coat to proclaim the fact. Rain's Horn. tfiS k t eww " r r rAtllg o ftflsi ft-0 fsfe a ft 0 of the celebrated Jewel Stoves and Ranges. An investigation will con vince yoa of their excellence for cooking or heating purposes. A Jewel Stove costs no more than many stoves of a ranch Inferior quality. Our trade-mark: on every stove is an absolute guarantee of perfection. Ask for a Jewel; take no other. You w"U never regret your purchase. For Sale by G-. M. Dewey &Ch. K 101 m a m m GEORGE N. ELLIOTT 8c CO., Abstracters Real Estate AND LOAN AGENTS, KE YTESVILLE , MISSOURI. SSBaWalaVaWBaaaVBSSaaaVaaaVaVBSSSSSaWaVaalSSSSSI Having purchased the Knappenberger Abstracts we have the only complete Abstracts of Title to all the land and Town Lota in the county. Will furnish reliable Abstract, Loan Money on unincumbered real estate at a low rate of interest, buy and sell real estate," ex amine land titles, prepare conveyances, and pay taxes for non-residents and others. Office in Court House. In a recent letter to the manufac turer Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rihford, N. Y., fays: It m-v be a pleasure to you to know the high esteem in which Chamber lain's medicines are held by the peo ple of your own state, where they must be best known. An aunt of mine, who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to visit me a few years since, and before leaving Lome wrote me, asking if they were sold here, stating if they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not like to be without them." The medicines referre I to are Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of cold and croup; Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, lame back, pairs in the side and chest, and Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. These medicines hve been in constant u.e in Iowa for almost a quarter of a cen tury. The people have learned that they are articles of great worth and merit, and undqualed by any other. They are for sale here by W. C. Gaston. GBAVZS OF A N ATI OX. George Washington is bur ied at Mount Vernon, Virginia; John Adams at Quincy,. Mas sachusetts; Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, Virginia; James Madison at Montpelier, Virgin ia; James Monroe at Richmond; Virginia; John Quincy Adams at Quincy, Massachusetts; An drew Jackson at Nashville, Tennessee; Martin Van Buren at Kinderhook, New York; William Henry Harrison at North Bend, Ohio; John Tyler at Richmond, Virginia; James K. Polk at Louisville, Ken tucky; Millard Fillmore at Buffalo, New York; Franklin Pierce at Concord, New Hamp shire; James Buchanan near Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Abra ham Lincoln at Springfield, Illinois; Andrew Johnson at Greenville, Tennessee; Ulysses S. Grant at Riverside Park, New York; Rutherford B. Hayes at Columbus, Ohio; James A. Garfield at Cleveland, Ohio; Chester A. Arthur at Albany, New York. Aunust Ladies Home Journal. A I-ovelu Head of Hair Is something that every woman should be proud of and is something that every person can have if they use Beggs' Hair Renewer. A positive guaruntee.with every bottle. Sold by Sneed, the druggist. Sore Eyes. Weak Eyes TNFImATHIZXJ EYES. a) A1SO 1I9, HJlUltS, urtAu g LATI0XS, ULCERATIONS, etc. (INDIAN EYE SALVE. Quick relief to the abided. JJ ( A afe, aure and pleasant remedy. Weak KTea tMren Kittened. tailing Eye) ( ftlgnt KealoretL C Also a certain cure for PiU, Fever Soret, 9 Bum and Chapped Hands or Salt RheumA 2 ALL DROGCISTS SELL IT AT 20 CEHTS. 'LS " ' 1 Uncle Davy Graham, one of Shelby county's closest observ ers, says that he can remember when it was harder for a man to raise money to buy land at $1.25 per acre than it is now at $25 per acre. Shelby County Guard. HOW TO CLZAK HECKTIE3. Take eighteen grains of white powdered castile soap, five fluid drachms of strong aqua ammonia, twenty-four grains of granulated saltpeter. First dis solve the soap in one pint of warm soft water; then add the saltpeter, and after it has dis solved, add the ammonia. Set aside over night, or the equiva lent ten hours, and then it is ready to use. Take a cloth or small sponge, and after wring ing it out of this mixture, gent ly rub the ties until all dirt disappears. ooli 7 DR. T. J. MOORE RESIDENT DENTIST. Salisbury, - Missouri. The oxlt painless tooth extractor in bar iton county, using Odontunder, Lhlorolorm Vitalized Air, Cocaine. Gas and Electricity for extracting teeth without pain. Tried by hundreds and pronounce a success. Hav ing had 25 years experience, stands at the head of the profession. Uold Killings. Gold Crowns and Bridge work done in the latest styles. Full set of teeth only Eight Dollars Dental Parlors, - No. 315 8. Broadway.' T. J. MOORMAN. ATTORN'Y-AT-LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, KEYTESYILLF- 910. SVOfflee with Crawley A Ron J. A, COLLET--) Att'y-at-Liv jd farPiitilic, Colltetloas a Specialty. tfOfflc In Court-Honss, np-etairs.