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tconutl: ; headache,' Kidneys mt that UICEC orpana >rra (heir functions, "what lameness of tlio [t yellowness or the skin, J'bad taste in the mouth, Stnples and blotches, and lie story. .uo, . i" The great alteij(Mve and tonic Hood'sSarsaparilla Gives these organs vipor and tone tor the proper performance of their functions, and cores all their ordinary ailments. Take it LUEUA IHE^TKE SEPTEMBER Present, the Talented Character Comedian Mr. James Kyrle Mac Curdy and an Augmented Supporting Company in the Big Dramatic Scenic Success OLD CLOTHES MAN A PJny thnt Creates Smiles, Thrills. Tears and ll h e e r s NOTE:— The Boxing Exhibition is perfectly proper for Lady Audiences PRICES: 25-35-50 AND 75C. Not always the Cheapest, but always the Best, you will find the Photos at . TRWATTON STUDIO V,, WHEN YOU ~|RE 0ETTING GLASSES Get them right. Absolute satisfaction in the relief of Headache and Eyestrain. A. B. MACDONALD EAST SIDE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. STILL IT THE OLD STAND E. M. GRELLIN HAS BEEN FITTING SPECTICLES ' "IN CHILLICOTHE FOR 20 YEARS Dr. llrthur J. Simpson, SURGEON AND OCULIST Eye Ear Nose Throat Practice devoted to Surgery and Diseases of the Eye, Ear Nose, Throat. Special attention given to surgery of the Eve, Nose and Throat. GLASSES FITTED ^PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mrs. Harris is ill at her home on Bridge street. Rev. C S. DayhoS of Meadville was in Chillicothe Wednesday afternoon. Homer Banks of Hale transacted business in the city Wednesday. D. C. Allen of Liberty is in 1 ' the city the {guest, of relatives and friends. Pauline Weber, clerk at the Farmers' store, was unable to work Wednesday on account of illness. A. W. Muliins, Jr., of Linneus was in the city Tuesday the guest of fr:ends._ J. B. Williams of Lamar spent Wednesday in tho city the guest of friends, Dr. L E. Tracy returned Tues day evening from a professiora) trip to Tintf. G. S. Corning of Avalon was i> Tuesday afternoon business visitor in the city. Mrs! M. L. England has returned from a week's visit with relatives in Trenton. Mrs. S. G. Turner of Kansas City is attending the bedside of her father, D. A. Creason. Mise Lynne Light or Meadville who hr-s been the guest of friend* in the city returned to her homi Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sparling- have returned from an extended visit with friends in California and Colorado. John Dunn of the Soldiers' Hom< in Leayenworth, Kas., is in tht city the guest of his brother-in- law, J. H. Felt. Father Cummins who has beet) in the city the guest of friends returned to his home in Carrolltoi) Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Weaver and daughter, Louise, are in the city the guests of Mrs. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. West. Miss Mary Henry entertained at twelve o'clock luncheon Wednesday in honor of Mrs. C. T. McHugh oi Bloomington. Ind. C. A. Ziegler and E. S. Inman of Medicine township attended the regular meeting of the Woodmen of the World Tuesday evening. M. L. Scovill and wife of Guthrie, Okla., are the guests Fred Helf and wife. They formerly lived in the north part of Livingston county. Mrs. Charles R. Hughes and daughter, Margaret, of Kansas City, Kas., are the guests of Mrs. Hughes' father, Dr. J. W. Greene, at Eden Greet 1 , fruit farm. Kansas City Times: Misses Elva and Carrie King, 1513 North Seventh street, J-Veat Side, have returned from Chillicothe. Mo., where they spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Williams and sou, George, returned Tuesday from Superior, Neb., where they have been the guests of Mrs. Williams' brother, Frank Stubbs. Mr.jand Mrs. O. E. Smith and children, who navo been the guests of Mrs. Smith's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Pinkloy, led \Wdcesday afternoon for their 'loino in Viuita, OitU. Mrs J. N. Pus' 1 au<1 Mrs Charles Ailitou and ei.UJreu, who have been the guests of J. H. Me Cuiston and family, North Walnut street, returned to tneir homes in {Richmond Wednesday afternoon. The beauty bee's a honey maker. It "honeys"up one's thoughts; it sweetens one's life; it's nectar or, one's words, and drops sip by sip, into one's heart when Hollister's Rooky Mountain Tea is used. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.-N. J. Swetland Drug Co. Manager Myers of the Luella announces the appearance here in a short time of that popular stock favorite, Miss Grace Hayward, supported by a clever company anito be seen in a week's repertoire of successful plays. Luella Monday night. PROBABLY!^ 0 ATM-S.U. Couabia, Mo, Srpt 11—The openiug convocation of the Uni- ver-'iry af Missouri was held ih s moruio-. The advance enrollment indicates aii attendance 2,500 students, an increase nearly 300 over any previous The opening address was by Presi<J<--nt Jesse LIVINGSTOH COUNTY WORTH $35,000,000 Has Not Sufficient Tax to Own an Equipment to Keep Roads in Good Condition. Tho farmers of Livingston county would do well to visit and inspect the model road built by the Austin Western Road Machine company, of Chicago, 111., on the Chillicothe and Utica road. This grade was thrown up by the Austin Western New Era Elevator drawn by the J. I. Case traction engine. After sufficient grade was thrown up by the Elevator machine, the work was trimmed up with the ordinary grader and was then rolled with the J. I. Case steam roller! This is probably the best built road in North Missouri and demonstrates that our gumbo soil cm be made into ihe best roads in Livingston county, if properly thrown up. The cost of building such roads when properly equipped with machinery will not exceed §125 per mile. The farmers of this vicinity should wake up to tho condition of our road funds. A county worth $35,000,000 has not sufficient tax 0 own an equipment, that will to 1 large extent solve our road pro- problem. The machinery that built the Utica road was sold to B. J. Meek ind a number of associates to be used on the American bottoms, seyen miles north of Chillicothe. These Illinois farmers are accustomed to this sort of machine and feel they could not gel along without them. The city of Chillicothe bought ono of the Austin Western graders ind the other was sold to a South Missouri man. —_ ^. • • >» ~ THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheumatic troubles. Sold by all druggists or two months' treatment by mail for SI. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mo. testimonials. ARE CUTTING CORN. Northwest Sampsel, Sept. 12— Special Correspondence. — Corn cutting is the order of the day in these parts. Uncle Peter Johnson returned Monday from a three weeks' stay at Excelsior Springs, where he went for the benefit of his health. Jess Palmer, wife and babies of Chillicothe are visiting at J. W. Bills this week. Arrived at the home of J. T. Ware luosday Sept. 4, a Joo Folk Democrat. Lock Springs captured three gimes from the Ludlow ball team Friday and Saturday, the lust by a score of 1 to 0. Ware's Colts skinned 9 "Polecats" at Sampsel Sunday, score 2 to 1. W. C. Hutchison of West Jackson transacted business in these parts Monday. Ed i)awkias of Monroe City visited home folks over Sunday. A. J. Thompson, M. V. Chaney, Marve Walker and families visited the Widow Waie Sunday. C. D. Pepp?r bought a load of furniture at Lock Springs Saturday. Charlie says ho is tired of sleeping on the floor. Mi^s Annie Dawktns, stonog- raoher for the J. N. Johnson Canning Co., visited with T, E. Dawkins and tainily Sunday. M. W. and A. W. Thompson traded in Chillicotho Monday. 3 1,700 Woman's Kidney Troubles For social, medicinal or household uses I. W. Harper whiskey i . the best and safest. The most popular high grade whiskey on ihe market. Sold by M. L. Higgine. ^ a • i^ Bean the ""^ ^ TIJB Kini Y.iTilWS_MjKj Pfllgllt Qignatnre of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS $750 Office in Herman BWg. North Side So- Phonos 88 and 212 I'OK SALE buys a 5-room cottage near First ward school. Ground 100 feet square. Good neighborhood. Water and sink in kitchen. Inquire at this office, dtf will buy one or the . most desirable cottages ,u town. Ground 105 by 112. Five rooms down stairs; large attic that ;an be converted into two bed rooms at small coat. Fine cellar, water fn kitchen and yard; b-rii ,ind woodshed combined. Newly papered. Fire-place and grate. Inquire at this office. dtf For sale—Cottage iu Gravcs- ville, three lots; two wells, everything in good condition. Price S550. Will t;ke team and wagon or cow as part payment. William Misenhelter, at Connty Infirmary. 10 room house, best location in Chillicothe good cellar, -coal and wood shed, brick walks, plenty of shade. Lot 80 by 118, 5 blocks from square, good garden spot some fruit. TELEGRAPHY Maupin's College opened a new department of teleg- >raphy today. The equipment is new and modern. . PROF. JOHN I. RICE w ho has worked asjiight operator, day operator and agent in the railroad service, has charge of this work. He is also an experienced, commercial teacher. TELftoUB;F8IEN08. of of ear. made He said that high quality in faculti and high quality in students, not nurnbe B made a great university. He argued that unless ttudonts were t> t epared to labor, ready to grab greodliy at the work offered and iive cl?an, moral lives they should no home. The universit' stood for high standards, for attainments and for wholesome living. For sale—Hard coal baseburner. Inquire at this office. Ssdtf FOB BENT F"OlTRBNT—Good 7-room house; 6 office rooms, best on north side Beware of Ointm-nts for catarrh thut Contain Mercury, us nu-rciiry will sun-ly rti-stroy tin- .si'iisc "f smell ami c-omploti'ly il<;nuic,- tin' wlmli- sysli-iii ivlifii rati'rtiiB it tlirmiiili Mm mu- i-ous surfai-os. Much nrtti-li's shmiHl never !«• used except mi pi-.'siM-iplloiis Troiii reput- nlile. physliMnns. us th« diiiniiKe lliey will il is ten r.ild tu the ttood >•<«> <•«» possibly derive from Ilieiii. II AI.I/s OATARKH (TUK miiiiutactiii-ed by K.S. Cheney & Do.. Toledo, O , contains no mercury,nml Is tnkcn In- ternully.nctliiK direetly upon thelilood :>ml mucous sliiTni-es of the system. In Inijinu Hall's f" tnrrli Cunt In- sure you lu't thecon- uine. II is tnken Intei-nnlly nnd made in Toledo. Ohio. t>y T. J.CMien.-y A Co. Ti'sti- inoninls free. Sold l>y nrmwlsts. I'rlce, T.JC per liottlil. ] Tnke Hull's Kninlly Tills forctmstlpntlim. | PROTRACTED MEETING STARTED Norville, Sept. 11.—(Special Correspondonce)—P rotracted meeting* commenced at Pleasant Grove Sunday night Albert Wilson and family, Miss Iva Pierson and R. Dudly spent Sunday and Monday here. Miss Clara Hibler returned from Breckenridgo where she epent a week with Mr. Cartwright's family. Jim Belshe and Honor Stuckcr loft for the Normal Monday. Jim Silvey is attending Maup• in's college. Messrs. J. T. Hargrove, O. H. Snaders, P. Kestcr and son, Charles and U. Faubion are expected home from the south week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Shearer spont Sunday at Slaglo mill. Mr. Murrell will teach school at the Butler this year. Mr. Nor man resigned. Mrs. Naucj Preston of Indiana spent a fe-v days this week will with her brother, W. Price. Mrs. Sillio Coulter and Iva Webber were guests of Mrs. Garnet Thompson Sunday. Most farmers are busv cutting corn. It is better than uxpecti-d Mr. Darnell nnd A. Shafor p is- ced here Tuesday on the road to Oklahoma where they havii purchased land and will permanently locate. Miss Ella Hargrove spent Tues day with Miss Anna Summervillo Miss Imo Coberly was a gucs of Honor stucker Saturday nigh and Sunday. Mrs. P. Kelly visited her daugh ter, Mrs. A. E. Braun, Sunday. •llijO 2781) 2730 2250 2080 r.itiSJ 1800 nw 1320 llOd 1100 J100 1000 880 8'iO 710 7"0 7'iO 500 •180 4(30 1 10 •!!() •too -JO 180 1C', 81 80 I! -It! 2- of square. Inquire C. L. Waite. a30 dtf. For rent—Cottage of 5 rooms, attic and cellar, well located. Inquire at this office, dtf For Rent—Large front room on ground floor, electro light, door opening onto front porch; near square. Inquire Lock Box 402. lisdS' Mary had a little lad Whose face was fair to POO, Because each night he had o drink Of Rocky Mountain Tea.—N J. Swttland Drug Co. To Remove FrecWes a Pimples FOR RENT—The Bronddus home, corner Dickinson and Polk streets Apply to A . B. Davis. dtf HELP WANED—MALE 5S^n^Tho^sTn^mi, BrlcklayJiyr, I'las- terinir Trades pay $5 trt $sday. Me tem-h you tliormiffliiy In time nuiiitlis. .Position Kimninti-fd. Frei? t-atnloK. Coynes Prude School. !St. Ixiuis. Mo. WANTED «.-«; *-ve the dyspeptic from many • -,,"f .^s-rv and enable him to eat '^.nte«rte WubM. They prevent SICK HEADACHE, cau«= the food to assimilate and nourish the body, give keen appetite, FLESH Wanted—Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel and collect for firm of 8250,000.00 capital. Salary, §1072 per year and expenses. Salary paid weekly and jxpenses advanced; references required. Address with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Chillicothe. Mo. A DOW dUooTerj, '"Id under a ponHlre guarantee and money refunded In everr case where It ft"' «« «nio« frcuklea, pimples, UTor- EPOU, Bun-tan, •allow- neas, collar dlscolora- tlone, blMkheada and all eruption* ot tne lUn, no matter ot bow long ••» »tandlng. Cures ordlnarr •Sf" cases In 10 dart, and the -^ - - wont In 20 dar». .ft™* «,««» antaca are removed tb« skin will b« olea? sotr bealtny and beautiful. No possible barmcanresuli from Ita use. W cent, and 11.00 at leading dmg stores or by mall. NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Paris. Tenn. sold by Clark's Pharmacy, N. J. Swetland Dru.if Co., and others. LOST Lo^it—Poeketbook containing 855 in currency, two §20 bills and three S5 bills, and pass over the Milwaukee, Chillicothe to Ka use City. Finder return to this office and receive reward. Ilsd2t Lost—Between town and G. H. Lawson's farm, pocket surgical case. Leave at office of Dr. H. M. Grace and receive reward. Ilsd2t A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILE ltchiAAit, ; Btlnd, BleedItiB. <PrOtrndUig : ;Plle». ^rteSto^je authorlzetftq wrand moni.y4f. -JjmraH~si;,-e0 «'to .H- UP-TO-DATE ARE BRANDED UGH SPECIAL AND GUARANTEED. Lucilo Tenable, Jackson township, made a good gain Wednesday. Leaders are marshalling their forces for Saturday, the big day,which closes the contest. The standing today is as follows : Ruth Francis, Chilli Vernio Grouse, Chillieo. .. Louife Josliu, Chilli liu-z C"X, Graud K Kuih Thompson, Cream K.. EuU-rp-j Club 3adio Bradford, Chilli... Imo C.'berly, Chilli Nola Thompson. Chilli... Ooa C. Lowey, Chilii ... Eva Fleomken,Moore<iY Luc-He Vouablo, Jackson Mary Grauo S.tay, Chilii Gwroett Thouip.sou,Sou. p Laura Bird, Wheeling Pearl Vonanl, Fairvicw May Brookshier, Chilli... Cora Carey, Bide M. •• Joseph JtKu-u-, Midiuiuo . Ethel Gann, Siirupsol .. Eva Toner, Monroe Loyal Kuiijhts, Chilli . .. Hazol Estep, Chilli ... Banna Korr, Green Gladys Mo wry,' Sanip . " Len i. Morris , Chillioo . Bessio Provolt, CliiHico.. Mrs. S. H. Price,-So.pro. A.!e«a BushnolI.Bluo M.. Clara Parker, Chilli.. . tfthel Gillmartin, Chilli Nlary Lamb Myrtlo M.-\r:.in, Chilli . Xanthia Doweli, Chilli . Anna Sinnmorvillo, So. r. Lucile Thompenji. Gladys flosman, CUiili Ethel G-m- Laura Hudson Bernard Bailee llutli Page, Chilli Cora Clark, city Maudo Flushes, Chilli. Flora Hudson, city . f . ilaude Loo, Chilli . . . Ouise Krouse, . . -' The conditions of this contest will bo as follows: The tirdt priz} in this contest i;> ,n olegant &!00 Victor piano, iu ; uporb walnut case, which will >o given to the pensou or ory.-ini- atiou in Livingston county re oiving the highest number o: votes. With the piano arc' in eluded a late btoul or bunch and t silk scarf. The second priz-j is a SI00 Co umbia Majestic graph<tpr.e:ip, ti.e inest talking rinchino manuf.u-- .ured- Tiiiu ma'jhine has n m;>- logany case, an-l ;v mechanism which plays from ten to liftr-pi pieces at one wiruiiu;/. The winner of this priz'! will bo iillowi'ii the choice oi any horn in this eton of S. A. Stone, from whom boti prizes havu br'-n p'jru/m.scd. Tfii- prize wiil go t., ;•-.< ;> r-"n or organization rerfivii! : •!:.» soct-nO highest number ui v -Lcs. The thinl priz.i wi.l be a hand some gold watch, Klijin, WfiHhan or American niovcuii'ijc. with g.-lc tilled i'casu warranted t»r twoiii. years. Votes will be i^-iu-ci for mou«.i paid on subscription to U>* D.iily and Weekly CONSTITUTION at the rate of 200 for every 8! foi renewal tubsiiriptiuns and HUO ft •'• every SI piiid on new subscriptions. Ou every club of six now subscribers to tho daily or wovfch CONSTITUTION, ;ill brought or sc.u\ in at one tiim<, votes wiil be allowed at the rate of 400 for every dollar. 'Tickets issued for voles will bo good for one week fruiu tho date stamped on their bjck. Tickets which do not bear tin CONSTITUTION'S dated stamp OL. their back, or tickets whereon the dato has been altered or one name • erased and another substituted or tickets which are placed in tho bo,s more than ono week after the date of their issue will not bo counted. Candidates may be entered at any time, this contest being open to any person or organization in Livingston county. The publishers of the CONSTITUTION reserve the right to reject the nomination of any candidate which is not made in good faith. This contest will end at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon of September 15, 1906. ~ ^ CHARSED WfH PEONAGE. Cape Girardeau, Mo., ;• ept. 11— '•Neither slavery uor involuntary sji-vitutle, excuDtas a punishment for crime whereof the party shah have been duly convicted ehali exist wi'hin the United States or in any place subject to their jurisdiction." Charged ty iudictment with conspiracy to violate this, the Thirteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United States, nine Missourians went to trial in the United States district court today. The defendants are Charles M. Smith, James Smith Rex Smith and Charles M. Smith •jr Lee Rogers, William Woods J * . »-.. » » Lydia E. PinKham's Vegetable Compound is Especially Successful in Curing This Fatal Disease. TY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY BATTLE GHIGKAiVIAUGA, j CHATTANOOGA,SEPT.18-20,1906. '.«»>. will ni'i'lir tin' f»r- • i.l tin' Mill tli' r,f I'liil'K- ii.-:.'d til i'i-|.'l.r:iK- I in- 1 .vltli ;i i-.-iinioii <>' tli-. Mrs. J.U/.Lang and S. Frahe Of all the diseases known, with I R Pink ^^^^^,l""l- which wonioii arc ainictcil, tliromc f£,'. e "J f,, r } .,. ;1 rs witli what tlie' .!.."*• '"'l |c "l women arc alHictei, tironic disease, is the most fatal, in fact, unless early mid correct treatment is applied, the weary patient seldom survives. lieiun- fully aware of this, Lyma E. 1'inkham.'early in her kidn.'VtnmbU- an 1 , t-sti..!! .f t J ! ' . ami I sullVml M, with that U-an-i-' in-IcouM Itanlly walk amss ll-.n •' i-ii-et-r c-ave i "' ith " '">' j' h . vsiri:m "'"' '";•'' ''>.',,., n,. caietr, K.i\e , ,, n1i , v \\.Ki-t.-il.Ii- r.iiiijwmiul U n' M '" " • E. 1'inkham. .-'arly in her career, K ave | ^^Xvii.ti.liI.-T^mV.imiul ,i,,. v <"" "'"''*; exliansivi: study 1o t.h« subject, and in j ^ to s . ty " it . i,. ls ..ntir-ly nirwl ' ' ! " "' pro'lncin"- her great roiui'dy for my mvl ; Wllr ic, luivf no m..i Knrlii- anil woman's ills — Lvdia E. Vinkhanrs a iiIthaiiail synii.ti.ms Iiavi. ilisr*;"' 1 ';: , ,T ._!.!„ f n . nr ,»,,n.l _u.-nu c:in'fii1 tn T i^niint uriiisL'VOUr imillrl! 1 -" "'- 1 -. 1 •'"" . Vegetable Compound—was careful to seeVnat it contained the correct combination of herbs which was sure to control that filial disease, woman's kidney troubles. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the only one especially prepared for woman, and tli -• •>"" I, kidm-y trouble to trv it . Mrs. .1. \V. Lnnjf. of 6;H»«1 Ave- nv.e, New York, writes : Dear Jtii". Tinkl-.am:— I have l,e,-ii :i Rival: sufPr chilly prepared for women, and thoti- t ^ u ' b t Jly l,:i'ekV!..-d al.*'" "','"' :!"'' sauds have been cured of serious kidney ! ..^ l ^ ( . un f H ,^\. I heanh"' Lyuiii dcran^crnentaby it. Deranfreinentsof , pj^khamN \' l ^.-tabli- C.imji"" "'™ 14 ;' *u.. r....,;,,i,i<. rii-ffnn« nnicklv riffcct. the I l.-i.lri,.*- lii-^jmt 1 - :md I l^'tTMll r ;ikt- It, lll'.i tl:i'-LOU --V ILS A l,:il r Ii !;. !-! i I'.iir". UNION PACIFIC CVERLAND LOW aaiss the femininn organs quickly affect tl« kidnevs. and when a woman has such symptoms as pain or vreipht in the loins, backache, bearing-clown pains, scalding or burning sensations or deposits In the urine, unusual thirst, Bwellin<r of hands and feet, swfllinjr under the eyes or sharp pains in the back, running thi-oujfli the frroin. sir .n i,ln,-v iliscuse: aui'l'i U-irm''' lk ':,'' j '":, has i-urt'il mi- wlieneviTytlf'•l«'linil ««•«• I havo rwoi'imi-n.U-il il tnK "I I't">I'lo :ui they all pruiM; it V.TV liwlr i»rrs. Piukliam'B .anttinij In vitsition. Women trouble, or en.r f</rra from kidnej , female weak ness, nre invite,! to pript'.y cmnmun mavin'fcr IhatheVkldneys are affected , ca-e will, 'lnkiu. and should lose no time m combating | Jlus.-,. ihe pris«nt si the disease with Lydia E. Pinkhains ! the da^nter-in- law ] d- >d ,a .\.. Testable Compound, the woman s, ham, her assistant '>« '"-V^ ^ rcmedv for woman's ills. | ar..l lor tw«...t.v-ti « •• ' ^Tt^? 6 - of N^ J . « ntLS . knowledge tho t will i-lp yo« .-as Dear Mrs. Pmkham:— ! . 1,1 ..£0 is free antlwavs tlpful I cannot thank you enough for what I.ydia • Her at.\ ice is . ree mitu . lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoands a Woman's Rismedy t Woinas Ills. \\Vre of tin- <>|'inuni III"» a bout now that :i wni'ii (:<> concerning ynui-'Fall ami 1- ti'l- Suits will IK' in.'Vilor =4V \v,' i-eaii:ui you. i),.ir ::••«' Suits arc i'n-^nn t'ne Tiiiioi-iiiLr Simiis of llnv ..best makers, am! ready lorr choosin.-- ''' V1 -' ! '. v style, kin.l tiii'ii nl f:tll fasbions ha:-i luniori'd in tiio nuiidti.ir "U- choii-e ^ r ;ii-m(;i.l-i. The Taacring is Perfect,; TE- rics are Unusually Handsi We're riirlit, sun: llr.it we a suit ti> yoiii' liking- unit you'll bo surpriscu wliuli Icai-n how much suit exec you can «tt here for a it price. It will atl'oi-i! us tin: ;/t of |ilcus;u-c to shew you l!v styles, il you will d:-tij> ' nl look. Yon :uedn't tliii'k <- ini; -just tonie in :inil si."-'* new. Our time is all yinn; iiro new anil w:int the bus! PRICES AR.E RICH" wland § 01 West, S'.cie Square NtWLAND & .D1DJER, Benjamin Stone, Benjamin Fields and Floyd Wools. The Smiths are wealthy land owners. Tha first three are brothers and Chaa M. Smith, jr., is a son of Charles M. Smith. The other five en They act like Exercis r riiiu 'll.' i-nr ivindmv..!! Hi. I (•.\1'» - M1 nl.AM'.vu .-..11 ." j P-ke's Peak, Colicgsate t\ ,v t. Massive, Hell Gate, j erman Pass, Red Rock < j All I'lun yi.ur l>ii!i'i-iiili.or Culif so -i- li> tiiflii'li' 11 trip l»'t-.v vt'iTiiiil .-nil l.:iki' i'1'y ''In I, \x|.— tin 1 ri.ini' tlir.ii'.i-'i Iilay ...HafssTo ThePacifieC For sale by Joseph Batta Minteer & Williams. Moreil Law, G 665 Scheidley I Kansas: C.H.Speers,C, Den,' 83430 ''••{<! OH T " H. G.KAILL, ASST. GEN. PASS. AGENT. 901 WALNUT ST. KANSAS. C.ry. Mo. | Rock Island Trains to 1 V^olorad' Cciorads Hxpress r.ciivi'r, 11:"" A. .M. Co&rado flyer ln H. M. Daily from Kansas City 8sso, Fas! iasJ Tin ..... r rains fluily l),-sr .V'-rvn-,' 1,1'f '.vi-i' Uivi'i-aiiil l'i>loriitli ,\ll of I lifin ari- lust i.-:i!i.sMi>' n til.' Mit iai-" iri.ir^ wi-si t IiHs ,'r uitli I In- Itiu-k Isla ms tl:r IK-SI loiilIiT. J. A. STEWART, ; ii. Air- nt ?.-33tii^"r Dtp-1runt;lit 412 413 Jtt-ytrtt BaiJdintf KaA^AS CITY. MO. WABASH RATES Ifyouwanito goto New York now is the time, the rato is very low, first class tickets and first class service. Hoineseekers excursions, fare plus 82 tor the round tickets on sale first and Tuesday of each month, limited One trip, third CANDIDATES' The CONSTITUTION Tuesday ot eacn monu., uu,.-^ any for return 2ijlays 4rom_date of, * < . ONE FARE PLUS S2 Krtr t Si*- rn'jhii r rip ^ 1th nii:iiiiiiii STrv-r.v Tlli-.-il:i>- i\arln>! Si'pl ,'iii Hrli.b.M-. Nuvi'llilx-r. mill |:.-i-'-ln.. .. I'.-iii. Inrlu^ivf I't-i.in St. £':;ul riini Mimi.'r.prdis f> points Minnesota, North Dakota. Manitoba, Western Ontario and the Canadian Northwest unit on ill.' lirsf nm! third Turs- .inys iiii"in:r Si.f::'-r.i'».M-. Ortc- points In Montana and Idaho, Norlhecst.- ern Oregon, Eastern V/ashing- :on and Eastern British Columbia. tc the finest agricultural hintls in the Great Nortluvo»t. Low ratt's alTord an excellent ojipor. tuuity to jiccui-u a farm iu a rich and ;,'i i o«'in;,'' country. whi-n: yields are lar^'i;. wlii-ri: c.NcclleiU riuu-kets ate ni-ar at hand ami \vliL-t-f u-ri.iratcd dis't-icts IIIX-MTII splundiu o;i[ir>rtunities and sunj crops. Tickets hoar lirial i-ijtiu-n limit, of 21 (.lays, with li!,eral- stopover prix'ileirus. (!u Wc'st via tlic j^[orthern pacific Ketwo^n «t. Paul and Mini, ami []!,> I'lK-iik- N.jrih\t.- For rates niu IXB.CARDi: 3O8Mis»oupt.

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