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Drive Rheumatic Pains Away,
Relieves Backache and Blad
der Disorders After A,
Few Doses Are
Sleep disturbing bladder weak
nesses, backache, rheumatism, and
the many other kindred ailments
which so commonly come with declin
ing years, need no longer be a source
of dread and misery to those who arc
past the middle age of life.
The new discovery, Croxonc, over
comes all such disorders because it re
moves the very cause of the trouble, 1 1
soaks right into the kidneys, through
the walls and linings; cleans out the
little filtering glands and cells, and
gives the kidneys new strength to do
their work properly. It neutralizes
and dissolves the poisonous uric acid
substances that lodge in the joints
and muscles, causing rheumatism;
and makes the kidneys filter and sift
out all the poisonous waste matter
Sir. nuil Mr. 0. .i. Wonzcl ur.d
Jlra. Otis Pomhorton wont to Mar
shall Wodnesiliiy In Mr,
Mr. Iloiuiusy of MurHlmll cninu out
laut Wednesday anil took Mr. Mltehol
mid children for u rldo In his cnr. As
thoy wero returning homo thoy pirns
vd through Norton and when thuy lit
tcmptiMl to climb tliu hilt south uf
Norton tliu car rnn buck down the
hill mid hacked on nn embankment
which camo very near causing tliu
cur to turn over.
Cuss I'louril of NelMnn was visiting
friends In this vicinity lust week.
Mrs. (Mark of Marshall Ih vlsltlnp
her brother, .1. S. Wilson, anil family.
Miss Null llonlwrlght of MurHlmll,
who will teach nl the brick school
house next wlnte. camo down to
.Inhn Will I'm Inst weok tin d took din
ner. 8lii) wan looking for n hoarding
t'laco In tliu neighborhood.
Mr. mill 'Mrs. Otis 1'umburton and
children, Hoiijiimlu and Virginia, at
tended n play given by tho IiIkIi
school graduating clnsn ut Slater
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ditto liiiiiliuurlr. Ititllrontln liavu nood
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MISSOURI TfcLEGHAPIIY SCHOOL.
418 Tltiu (lunninty JJIdir. .HU Louis, Mo.
New & 2d Hand
Special Low Prices
on Paper and Paper
Second Hand Furniture
Bought and Sold.
12G West Arrow
And Money !
N making trip of any con-
i leiieth, passengers
can save much time and often
some money by purclinsing
No waiting in line at large
Union Stations to rebuy ticket
or recheck baggage.
Tickets issued and baggage
checked through from this sta
tion to your destination, , "
I will be glad tb figure with
you 'on the .best Tate and help
j ou select the route that will
best please you.
Questions cheerfully answered
Much of the pleasure of a journey
doponda on getting started right
Missouri Pacific R. R.
S. R. Smith, Agent,
hone 32. Marshall, Mo,
Tho Greal Stcol Railway of tho west
and southwest. Tltn rond your
friend will recommend.
AND BLADDER MISERIES
from the blood and drive it out of
It matters not how old you arc or
how long you have suffered, Croxonc
is so prepared that it is practically
impossible to take it into the human
system without results. You will find
it different from all other remedies.
There is nothing else on earth like
it. It starts to work immediately
and more than a few doses are sel
dom required to relieve even the
most chronic, obstinate cases.
It is the most wonderful remedy
ever made for restoring the lifeless
organs to health and strength ami
ridding the system of every particle
of uric acid, and you can take it with
the utmost confidence that nothing
on earth will so quickly cure sucli
You can obtain an original pack
age of Croxonc at trifling cost from
any first-class druggist. All druggists
are authorized to personally return
the purchase price if Croxonc should
fail in a single case.
Mrs. h. C. Hickman, who has been
ilck so long, Is n llttlo better. Iter
Juugliter, Miss Lulu, who Is In St.
Mary's hosiltnl, Kunsus City, Is also
onio what bettor.
Horn to the wife of Anility Swisher,
May 2 1, n girl.
Mr. anJ Mrs. J. It. Hedges attend
(id tliu baccalatircalu sermon nt .fnr
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson attend
id a ptay given by tliu high school
trudtiatlng class at Slater Saturday
night, May 23.
Mr. Charley (lamer, In company
a lib his two Utile girls, went to Nap
ton Saturday evening to visit tliu
tinner's father, Mr. (lamer. Tliu
llttlo girls, Kathertnij ami Jtilln
Mario, will spend n weok or two with
MIsh Molllo Wilson and Mister,
.Mrs, Clark of Marshall, attended
services at Orearvlllo Methodist
church Sunday aftornooii.
Mr. Itobort Long shipped a load of
'ul IN ami a load of hogs Monday
(Ira nt Hush was transacting busi
ness 'lu Kansas City Muvcral days lust,
Mrs. Ilalley Is In Oklahoma, Ok.,
Mrs. .Joe Dlrknrd and Vuy Itnzell
was shopping In Marshal.' '.ost Tues
day. Dorothy and Margery Wilson went
to Sedallu lust Tuesday to vfclt their
aunt, Mrs. Martin, and family.
Misses Mary and (Irucu Cllft wero
snopping in Marsholl lust Wedneu
Mrs. Limbeck and llttlo daughlur
wero ICausiis City visitors several
days lust week.
Mc. and .Mrs. Win. Ho.ell vlsltud
Irlends it tho MeCluro liirniu In Imli
ponilonru last Saturday mid Sunday
.Mr. anil Mrs. U. (. (Juthrey at
tended tho I. O. O. F. and Hnbeku
slalo assembly ut Carthiige, Mo., last
week and also visited relatives
Kunsas City severul days.
Mrs. A. L. Cook loft Haturdiiy for
lewa wliorn she will mako tin extend
ed visit with her sou, Iteuben. and
loiitiuctor Put Frelos transacted
l.tifclnesu In .lopllu lust week
Fireman Tobuy und wlfo vlil l -.
shortly for it HO duy trip through I lie
Train Muster Muniuelto ami Annul
lleneillet attended u mceiliiiupr the
commllteu In Hlonmlnitton last week
Hun llerlder transacted business In
Kunsus City laHt week.
Tedo Hupp tuia purslmsod a new
llulck of tho Utlllum Auto Co
.1. K. Johnson of Hurdln. Mj.. vIb-
Ilea lust weok nt tho homo of UU
duughtor, Mrs. D. A. Marblo.
Several mouthers of tho C. of lVa
went to Odessa Thursday to uMcnd
tliu exercises thero'.
airs, .nary luioadcs Drown, ol
Hope, Ark., Is visiting with homo-
Miss Dorothy Huff who tuught In
tho hlgn school tho lust turut left Frl-
lay for her homo In Furmliigton.
xMIsb Mauret und Suo Montgomery
who attended high school hero lust
term loft Friday for their liuuio In
Harold (Jauldln spent Sunday lit
Cvfrs. Jim Iilch, of Fuyotto, spent
vveok-end with Slater friends.
Miss Cutherlnu Scarrett of Kunuac
City Is visiting friends hero this week.
Ervino Klvltt. of Kansas City,
Hiwnl Kiitiirilnv In ci.ii..
iur. uiiu mrs. Miirviu j.uwior
Oreurvlllo uttondod the bIiow In town
Mr. und Mrs. W, 1'. ltii'ffel of Ulus
gow spent week-end ut tliu homo of
Mrs. Ituffol'B sister, Mrs. 11. It. Stud
Ing. H. V. LuwolJon has boon elected to
tench, tho Now Prospoct school next
SMtu Moad who was ro-eloctod to
teach iiext term ut the Good Hope
school bus resigned to accept a
t 3i . r
schorl rnr his It m r.t Mclz, Mo.
Sirs. K. 0. Wheeler Is veiling this
week with iota'. Ives f;t Marshall.
W. V. Hogcrs spent a few days
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clydo
I).-Allen in Mobcrly.
Dr. C. K. IMpor has gono to Colum
bia to attend tho closing exercises of
Stephens College, where his daugh
ter, Julia Marie, Is a student.
H. M. Martyr who recently under
went an operation In Kansas City, is
able to teavo tho hospital and Is
spending a few days with frjends In
ltny Hastings who taught last seas
on in Malta Hcnd will teach next
winter in (ho Marshall High School.
Tho members of the Senior Cliiss
showed their appreciation to the
others of tho school who took part
In the Senior piny, by giving n recep
tion nt the Princess lco Cream Pnr
lor Saturday night, after the play.
Thoso present wero those who took
part In thn ptay and members of the
faculty who assisted tho play.
A farewell parly wan given Friday
night at the homo of Miss llcrhlcu
Tfllery for tliu teachers of the high
school who wero leaving tier for tho
sumtucr. After tho uvciilui! had been
spent very pleasantly the crowd ro-
paired to the Princess for refresh
Mrs. It. C. llarksdulo mid sons,
Ilnlpli and Clarence, left Monday for
their new homo at llranson, Mo.
'.Mrs. C U. IMper was u Marshall
Fred Koch and Sam Hill and fami
ly and Miss Udim Qulsenborry spent
Suniluy In Louisiana.
H. It. Davis, former prlnilpul ol
tho high school will spend tho sum
mer nt tho university.
Darker Drown, former principal of
the grade school lies left hero for
his homo In Wurrenslmrg. He will
spend the summer ul the university.
'I ho Sunilny school nttouitaneo for
YOU CANT EAT
Multlludoa of pcoplo loso their
upH.'tll. Klinily ilim'l cam for any
thing to nil. Tlio dinner ln-ll has no
Interest (o them. They lnullin lliolr
lireakfasl. Tiny ma'y nlbblu a llttlo
of this and n llttlo of thut. but they
do not care for It.
J.unrli has lost all of ltn charms,
nllliounli thry try to cat something.
Dinner about the same.
Thero lit nomcllilng positively
wrong, of course, but no disease that
can be named. Just out ot surls,
That Is all.
H Is In this Itlnd of a condition
that I'onma nets very beneficially
Aftor using l'cruna, Interest In food
Is revived. Ilrglnnlng with n. tea
spoonful of l'cruna beforo each meal
will generally quickly Improve tho
nppotllo and help tho digestion.
Thousands of pcoplo can testify to
this. Liberated from a slavery that In
nlino.it unbearable. Tho slavery ot
having no Interest In life. All used
tip. Yet one docs tint know exactly
why. Talio IVruna beforo each menl
Hill cm will get liluo again. Fields will
look green once moro and llfo will
lm pleasant. You will feel that you
arc good for something and the world
Is a good placo to live In. Verona
will do It. Not as on urllflclnl slim
ulunt. Simply a tonic that stimulates
ni'netlto In a natural way.
Thoso who oblcat to liquid medl
elnes con now obtain Poruns Tabttts,
In the Circuit Court of Saline County
.liiKhoui'i, mi- the Jiny Term,
W. .1. Kntil und Harry Knul)
partners as John. Katil &.)
vs. UMvll Ae.
U. W. Klmmermau ) tlou by
Now on tills 2 I til dav uf Anrll.
Il.l l, W. J. Kaul and Harry Knul.
I'uriiiurs as .lonn Kant a kiiiih, plain
tiffs In thu nbovo entitled cause, be
furu the undorslgned Clerk of tho
circuit court of Sullno County. In
iieuiion, iiuving men their petition
lid the uffldavlt of their Attornev.
John D. Myers, stilting, among other
ilium's, tnnt thu above named dufoud
nt, u, W. Zimmerman, Is a uou real
dent of this State and that tint onll
nnry process of law eun not.be served
upon him. It Is thereupon orderud
by tho Clork nforosalil In vacation,
win puuiicuiion no made, notifying
mm tuai tin action lias been com-
'eneed nculiint him. lor nut It on In
ttnehment. lit tho Circuit Court of
saiiiiu County, Mlnsourl, foiiuded up
on, two Judgments, duly rendered
uKalnst lilin In favor of thu plaint lfrs,
onu for the sum of Three Hundred
three ($303.0U) and onu for tho sum
oi hoventy-rour and 05-100 (17-I.Ofi)
Dnllnrs, with lutorost thereon at six
percent (0) per unniim from Oeto
her 22, 11)10; that his property has
been attached and that unless ho bo
ml upm-ar at the September term of
said Court, to, bo holden nt tliu Court
llouin In Marshall, wit i n the, County
of Sullno, on tho 21sMluy of Septem
bor, 101-1, and on and beforo the
third day thereof (If tho term shall
so long rmitlntio nud If not beforu tho
nd or tho term) judgment will bo
rudcrod ngalust him and his nronor
ly sold to satisfy thu sumo.
It Is further ordorod. that, a cony
crcuf bo liubllshud In tba MarMliull
llepublican, u newspaper liitblishod in
U county of Sullno. for four weeks
successively, tho Inst Insertion to bo
at least flftuuu days befora tho com-
nieneomont of tho Soptejubor turm
10H, of said Court.
A true copy.
. W. n. 8C0TT,
i , Clork of tho Circuit, Court, '
First Insertion May ,16th.
Fourth Insortton Juuu 5th,.
last Sundny was as follows: Itaptist,
289; Christian, 2CC; Methotllst,
ICS; Presbyterian, 117; 'church of
Miss Ircno Powell of (lilllam
spent Saturday evening In Slater.
Miss Lavtnla Yerby went to llitRhcn
villa on last Suturday to octiro bi.aid
In tho vlllagu, Shu lias thu lhifslies
Cltlu school for tho coming term.'
Tho school houuu Is situated about
one-half mllu out of town on tho rail
road. Mr. A lo 15. Vest arrived on Wed
nesday from St. Louis, for it fow
days stay at his cotliiKu on thu
Thu Alumni Association secured
Mr. Wultor Williams of Columbia lo
deliver u lecture on next Tuesday co
ning at tho high school nuditorl t.:t.
Ituv. (l. h, Cuffuuin of tho Motltudlsi
church Is to preach thu baccalaureate
sermon on Sunday tho 21th ut the
Mrs. J. M. Harks was In Sodutlu on
lust Monday tho guest of frlunds.
Mr. howls Muutler has purchased
u lot ou Pino street from Mrs. A. P.
Wilson, will remove to It thu Iioiiku lie
recently purchased from Mr. Will
Diinkeubrlng, mid will occupy It mi a
residence niter remodeling It. Mr.
Mueller will built n modem home for
Mr. Danhcnbrlng ou his lot,
Mrs. W. C. Hall left on Wednesday
afturuooit for Kunsus City where shu
will remain for several weeks visiting
bur sons, Joseph (.., James and
Mlsii I.ltllo Drysdnki of Lexington
Is (ho guest of Mr. and '.Mrs. II. h.
Spiirgeuu at their cIcKimt now lioiuu
on Ilrldgo street.
Mrs. Klchnrd Ilerry, .Mrs. K'atc
Wright and Miss Aualu Uorry spent
Tuesday lit thu country with Miss
Mary 1). Wilson.
. Mrs. Norrls or Sedallu was hero
last week visiting Mrs. (leorgo Win
iitou and Mrs. David lleavis. Mr.
Norrla camo from Medulla and spent
Sunday, Joining Mrs. Norrls ut thu
lioiuu of their relatives.
Mr. William Ilellainy of Marshall
spent Sunday lieru wllh tils fatlier'ti
Messrs. Docker, J. .1. Smith and
John McOuIro motored lo Murshall
Monday In Mr. McCulro's machluu,
and attended the Republican Conven
ilon. Mr. (lilhurt Tevebough und riimlly
or Huustonlti motored up ou Sunday
ar.d spent thu day with frlunds here.
Mr. 13. h. Spurgcon lest u lino
horuu ut his farm ou Monday nlnh
of this week. Tlilti Is tho third flu
horso Mr. Hpurgoon has recently tost
Mrs. A. P, -Wllsrtn goos to St.'LOti'ls
next weuk to visit friends' and wit
ness Ihu puKcunt.
Mrs. Hogsett of Kunsus City will
urrlvo ou Wednesday nvenlng to visit
her aunt, Mrs. J. I J. I locker.
jiiss Charm Denliam arrived at
homo on Wednesday afternoon from
hexluglnn, where sho linn been ut
school for the past session.
A largo wagon containing a trcmen
dous huyframo has Just pussed the
iiuusu illicit wtin about forty children
and young pcoplo, n part of whom are
Miss Mary Hughes' music class, ou
their way to tint spring grounds for u
picnic. Flags wero waving and mer
ry sounds of laughter and and talk
wero malting tho crowd very gny 'ns
Mrs. Ilurkhurt of Okluhomn City
win arrive next week to visit the
family of her fulhur's, Mr. T. C. An
Mrs. Delia Coram left on Wednes
day for her homo in Wnrrensburg,
accompanied by her sister, Miss
Myrtle Smith, n far as Soduliu.
.Mrs. Kdwln llerry went to Sedallu
Tuesday to attend a meeting of tho
hpcncer-McCiii'-u Chupter of thu
DattBhlers of tKI2. Thu Chapter
marked tho g.rovo of Mrs. Hurry's
glatld-fulher, (leii'l David Thomson.
Miss Hula Keavls lias loft Sedallu
and gono to MlggluHVlllo, huvlng mi
cured uu excellent ppsltlou us sto
uogrnpher wllh the f'-m of Luko IIds
lu thu latter city.
Miss hydla Pnrkhurst wont to
Houstiinla on Tuesdoy morning for it
Islt to lier brother. Dr. Purkhurst.
Miss Kllnuboth and Master Hoy
Kennedy went to Sodatl.i on Kumh
uu attended thu wedding of their
iMor, Miss Hoso Kennedy to Mr.
Dr. J. M. Anderson and U. w.
Dennis loft this week for llontrl:o.
Nob., on a business trip.
Mr. Will Heilger will upend Satur
day night and Sunduy with his rum-
Mrs. Win. Illnkloy leaves on Mon
day, 2Cth, ror Coliiiubl.t to attend lle
eoinmoueoiiioiit pxervlseJ ot Christian
Colltjgu, whero her daughter, Miss
Murguorlto UlnUloy, will bo rruduat.
'Hcv. (, B, Khauklln of Mm cAxrU.
Hun church Is giving n series of lllus
trutod lectures nil "Tho Hlblo" ut his
church pvbry Sunday evenlnir. Tin.
rorvleea consist oj; tijn loetures.. Tho
first wus glyou last Sunday evenlnir
aad thoy will contmuo for ten con-
M&theirifes Earned tlm Coimok
Moro than 250,000 "Mothcra" !n country horncn
nro today enjoyina thb comfcri end convenience;
Gas Lighting and Coohing with Gas
These greatest cf modern conveniences cro
today avnllablo for oocry homo no matter whero
It is located.
Tho modern farm homo can have Ita ovn
miniature Ran plant the Pilot-Outdoor Plain
which su)jjlle3 pure homo-mado Acct;'!.'noa
better Htht than Iho city homo onjoys.
The World's Standard
The Pilot-Outdoor Generator l.n n r.lniplc, cnrwi and
perfectly conttructed gas niachlno built on u new piluciple.
The Pilot 'Outdoor Ocncttitor ouinda oe.t ef docrson
top of iho pound- awny from tho licuw or bu"d!ng3 It lights.
Around iho entire macklna is built u hcv," i'.-tabli shell
of lubatantlal tbect ctrcl. The cpacm between are fllli-d with
n wonderful new Itest prorf, Insulatlrg n."-i:.'-.S. This kcopa
tho wr.rinth Inuldt the nachine end the culd oulrtilc.
On this nccmtni wo nrc cblo to offer a perfect grs plant
which will glvo pathfastiry, rccnorslrtl scrvk'c, on lop of tho
ground oil the year 'round l:i wlnfr's cold or trammer's heat.
It Is illfTcivnt from u" cthe r Acctylen- machlncr. Different
from tlnno dctlgncsl lo Ik Installed In ccllsra ef buildup, and
these which nro txitirtl In n pit cr holo In tho grouni1.
Tho Pilot-Outdoor Generator, eni Imi pl.iecd rnywhere.
nut of doors, lw hind tho Imhi, out in tho pasture nnywliero
you like. It makca nbrolutcly no d'T.Tctuo whi ro you place
It. It wotko perfect!;', uivay from tho hou:v, out of doora on
lop uf the ground.
It fitrniihea goo fnr lighting nnd cooling Juit Ihu woy city
homes gel the gus they uu from thu ouuldc.
A Hundred Ucca for Acetylene
Acetylene Is urwl In n hundictl dllTcrent wuyo In mnny
tmluntrlea all over ths world till it l.i lmlay ona cf tho inoi t
tiniverwlly uued gasca, wo know unytblng about.
Hundrodn cf thousanda of automobile: aro lighted with
Acetylene from llttlo generators or Pruul-O-Llto or Scutch
Countless numbers of llttlo Acetylene Umpn nre used by
miners In their work beneath tho Ktnvind Locomotive head
IIkIiis ami paiusongnr coaches aro lighted with Acetylene
Llnht-houers and buoya uno Acclyleno rarts of thu Pananui
Canal are lighted entirely with Acetylene The uo of Acety
lene fur welding and cutting inenl.i has become onv of tho
big factors In the great metal Industries of tho world
The story of Acetylono and Its uses Is one of tho nut
fascinating commercial stories of the age. It would uka
races to tell.
serutlve Sunday evenings nnd his
extrication H looking forward to it
grT.L treat lit IIi-mii.
Miss IMIth .'renin ot the country
north of town Is the guest of Mrs.
ll'jttlo Parsons for Commencement
Dr. Duel; Parsons after spending
sumo montbti with relatives returned
this week to his homo lu Missoula,
New concrete crossings nro being
put down lu sovoral places over town.
Indigestion'.' Can't Rut? No Apiiellln?
A treatment of Hreeirlc Hitters in
creases your ttppctlto; statu IikIIkcs-
lion; you can eat everything. A real
spring tonic for liver, kidney nnd
stomach troubles. Cleanses your
whole system nud you feel fine.
Klectrla Hitters did moro for Mr. T.
D. Peobhi's stomach troubles than any
medicine ho ever tried. (i'it a bottle
toduy. Due und $1.00, nt your Drug-
Hiieklen's Arnica Salve fur Ilrzuma.
W. A. Well and wn'u unit Mrs. Will
IlcliniHii wero shopping Monday in
C. P. Hudson and wlfu uf Hlaekwa-
ter wuru lu town Monday afternoon.
Mr. Hudson hud some repairing done
ou his cur mid .Mrs. Hudson was call
ing at tho homes of Mrs. (leorge lllng-
hum and F. P. Morris.
.(U'liu VuuArsdcll und little sou,
orest, of near Nuptou wero among'
tho crowd in town .Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Sam Fisher returned tho Unit
f (ho weok from Kansas City where
she spent several duys with her hus
band, who hits employment there.
Mrs, Watson Dlggs wus shopping
Monduy ut thu County Seat. t
Harold" Turloy, wlfo and son, Mrs.
Purlloo Htnghnm, Hurl Tu'wiisond ittiif
mother, wero transacting business in
Dr, Lawless of tho enmity wus on
our streets Tuosduy morning,
Mrs. Crump of Columbia visited
1 ere last week wllh her slater, Mrs. J.
1 . Spenctv
L. A. Wllinurth, of Cooper, wus lu
own Tuesday inorttlug,
T. U. Morris went to Marahall Tues-
fl l iM Ml
day to liavu some deutul work done.
Mrs. Hllxn Alexander who has been
Iho guest or her sister, Mrs. (leorgo
l-'liiKlium, for the past two weeks, re
turned to her home In Cooper Tues
day. .Mm .Murshall and wlfo of nenr
lllnckw.iter were dinner guests Wed
nesday at the home of W.H. Kd wards.
Miss LobsIo Purcell, of Hnneeton.
was a guest this week of Miss Margie
Tho roudoverseer T. K. Hoggo and
helpers have made splendid roads In
tho flat east of tho cemetery. It Is
will graded up with a HO-foot con
itetu culvert well drained which
makes It a flue drive way.
Will Klchmun nnd Hitch Crali:
took a motor trip lo Slater Wednes
Look Ahead Before Painting
IT is a cood plan to consider the patntinu question from all ancles, especially
from the point of the future condition of your house. You can readily
picture how your home would look weather-beaten and vorn from the
use of inferior paintj on the other hand, consider the up-to-date, well-preserved
appearance it would have if properly painted with a ijood paint. With
these two pictures before you, it is almost impossible to believe there could bo
so much difference in results.
When you buy your paint, keep these two conditions in mind -they
represent the difference between LA CROSSE CO. PAINT and an inferior
paint. LA CROSSE CO. PAINT wUl wear for years' after the inferior
paint has cone with the wind and changes of climate. Call, at our lumber
yard -we will estimate the quantity of paint necessary for your buildkgaH
give you any further information you desire.
Lighting and Cooking for Country Hornet
The ntsrlrn rf tho PILOT Is to bring a clear, clean, safe
llnht and rplcU. coot cosy cooking orrvlce, to tako the place of
the drudgery, dirt and Inconveniences cf keroseno lamps and
Iho dirt, heut and libar of tho olJ coal or wood atovo
Convenience in placo cf back brcoklng labor
Cleanliness instead of dirt, grlmu and ashes
Dcautlful city-ll'o fixtures in placo of unsightly kero
A cotl VJtchcn l.-.iicad of n hot, stilling ono
Order instead tf confusion
Comfort Instsad of dim, hot, smelly tights
Zak'.y Irutuad cf constant risk
Twenty rr.lnutw onco a month or bo to put Union
C.-vbldo and water In tho PILOT, Instead of u half hour
ciry day filling lamps-
Llht always on tap In every room
Darn lights, fastened tn permanent Iron piping and rrotacted
by htuvy glau globoj Instead of dangerous Umpn ami lanterns.
Automatl: igniturs Instead of matches
All these and ir.cre costing no moro than yott ur now
paying for kerosene.
The proof 1: shown In 1.1 years or tat Ir.fac lory results
In tho large factories wo have been compelled to build In
Newark, N. J. and Chlcaco, III. to take care of the sudll7
Increasing demand for PILOT Lighting Planta
in our salesmen and dealers In moro than a thousand
towns and villages throughout ilia country.
Consider Your Women Folks
They're the ons who have to spend half their days In thu
Ucrncnr grime or filling, cleaning and carrying, oil lamps
around tho heute. In staving away their strength and health
over hot, cranky etcves.
Ask tho "Mother" in your house how much this beautiful,
clean, always-ready light nnd a real gas range will iiienii to her.
Ask yourself H sho hasn't earned this comfort and conven
iencewhen you consider Its low cost a thousand times over.
Then writo or phone me nnd let mo come out and show
you how little thU entire Improvement will cost.
Do it today white you have it in mind.
C. L. ROARK
2205 S. Kentucky Ave., Sednlio, Mo.
OXWELD ACETYLENE CO., CHICAGO
Mrs. W. II. Dlggs nnd daughtur,
Mies Nora left Thursday for a visit
with I. O, Dlggs and family ut Stlll
wnter, Okla., ulso with Will T. Dlggs
near Lumar, 'Mo.
Stonowall Whlto and ramlly receiv
ed their furniture Saturday and tuov
id Into tho property or Will Klch
mun. Shnrley Sheinwell visited Hay Dick
ton In Mnrshnll Saturday uluht and
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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