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J A SICK. I
A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.
Mrs. Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. 769 W.
lth St., Ixfe Angeles, Cal.. President
Woman's Benevolent Ass n. writes:
outttr at with la grippo tor seven
wweat, mn4 nothing I coul4 do or tmko
btlp4 mo maUl I trferf Ptnima.
"I felt at once tbat I hid at last
aeeured the right medicine and t kept
steadily Improving. Wltbln three
weeka I was fully restored, and I am
glad tbat I gave that truly great rem
edy a trial. I wilt never he without
In a letter dated August SI. 1904.
Mrs. Marsh says: "I bare never yet
heard the efficacy of Peruna question
ed. We still use It. 1 traveled through
Kentucky and Tennessee three year
ago. wbft I found Peruna doing Its
pood oi it. Mucb of It Is being used
here, also." Henrietta A. S. Marsh.
Address Dr. Hart man. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Atk your Drufgttt tor m trto Ptrona
A I mm ate for I Al
Supplies All Household Needs.
A firm Id New York ha contracted
to supply a large number of complete
houses. Id eluding decorations and the
engagement of servants, for I50.OO0.
Sure Stimulus te Conversation.
When you meet a man and are at a
toes for a subject of conversation k
b(ra to tell you about his troubles.
Every housekeeper should know
tbat If (bey wia buy Defiance Cold
Water 8tarrh for laundry use they
will save sot only time, because It
never sticks to tbe Iron, but because
each package contains If ot.one full
pound m bile all other Cold Water
Starches are put up In pound pack
ages, and tbe price Is tbe same, 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Ptarch is free from all injurious chem
icals. 11 your grucer tries to sell you a
Uoi. package It Is because be baa
a stock on band which he wishes to
dispose of before be puts In Defiance,
lie knows tbat Defiance Starch baa
printed on every package In large let
ters and figures "If ota." Demand
2eflanra and save much time and
money and the aunnjsnce of Hie Iron
ticking. Iw-fisRce never sticks.
Don't discuss children. The chances
are you are boring those who have
none. If you have none, you are
sure to bo mortally wouudlng those
Mow s ThlsP
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Um't dto(U drrf. The Udy bcf
veolng fvu you ar ftcoriiift may
live com direct from rrl. eArlng
Important t MotXf
ttrnnt wWttilj bom nl CATOftJAs
Mf wi4 ur rmm4j tot inf tt ma4 rlfctarra.
! Css Y tTt 0 Ytar.
Tbe aua Tea lia XJways Buihl.
If boya were the teachers, the
teachers would learn things htey have
forgotten e long they don't know that
they ever knew them.
a irNMTri ttsi row run
Don't Indulge In personalities. Tbey
Invariably return worse than they
Diaapptar In the Sea.
Btattstlclans find that something
like I. coo vessels of all aorta disap
pear In the a-a every year, never to
be beard from again, taklug with thcui
llfvo human lu lng and luvllvtng a
money loe of $100,000,000.
Daatha From Cancer,
A Krvnch physician, Dr. Koucault.
has found that In 11.048 deaths "uvea
tnai. il by hint. 7f. or T per cent, re
sulted from cancer, ell cuuld not
find that heredity was a factor In tha
v -r vt
HAVOC WROUGHT IN POUT AR
THUR BY JAPANESE.
THE SEVASTOPOL IS DAMAGED
Last of Russia's Big Battleship At
tacked by Jap Torptdo Boats
and It la Poatlbiy
TCKIO. The city of Port Arthur Is
deserted. No sign of life la visible In
the atreeU. Many of the buildings
have been burned, while hundreds of
others have been shattered.
Every part of Port Arthur la visible
from 203 Meter hill. Only a few sol
diersdolng patrol duty appear oo the
streets. It is probable that the resi
dents of the city have gone to dugouts
back of tbe fortifications.
The Japanese sheila search every
part of tbe city and harbor. Tbe guns
which have been placed on 203-Meter
hill are In a position to do great dam'
age la the city.
The spellers of the harbor present a
strange appearance wltn the turrets.
masts and funnels of warships show
Ing Just above the water. There is
not a vessel afloat In the harbor.
The docks and buildings on the wa
ter front are torn and burned.
The Sevastopol Badly Damaged.
Tbe Russian batleshlp Sevastopol,
the only Russian warship that escaped
destruction, being docked when the
other vessels were sunk after the Jap
anese captured 203-Meter bill, eecaped
from Cue dock and harbor last night
and anchored under a Dfotectlue
mountain. Japanese torpedo craft at
tacked the battle ship and It Is report
ed they successfully torpedoed it. The
vessel was badly damaged.
The tremendous price In life paid by
the Japanese for tbe capture of 203-
Meter hill has been redeemed by tbe
utter destruction of the Russian fleet.
The Japanese fleet will now go into
The Japanese are working their ad
vance on the shores of Pigeon bay on
comparatively level gTound against the
Talyankow, Idzrhan and Antzeshan
forts. Tbe approaches to the forti
fications are easy, but tbe forts are
enormously strong and the near ap
proach will be all the more difficult
as the sapping of trtnrbes will have
to be dona through frozen ground.
The naval runs mounted on 203
Meter LIU w ill be able to cover the ad
vance of infantry against any of the
MUCH FUN FOR LAW SON.
Still Waiting for the Irate Colonel
NEW YORK. Tbomaa W. Lawson,
after waiting two daya for Colonel
. C. Greene to call upon him In his
"own Iloston office" and make good
his threats by donounclng him, sent
Gn-ene a telegram calling Greene a
liar and inviting him to come and
-bring fcla pihtol with the notches on
"Thoma W. ILawiion't al lacks on
the stock market have caused mo to
lose 11 million dollars trying to protect
the stock holders of my Greene Con
solidated Copper mine," said Colonel
W. C. tlreene, president of tbe com
pany. "It waa this Iocs that enraged
me and made me publish an open let
ter denouncing Iwson as a liar, a
faker and a charlatan." Greene aeemed
to regret that he had published the
ALL THREE ARE INDICTED.
True Bills for Beckwith, Spear and
CLEVELAND, O The special ve
nire of the grand Jury returned five
Indictments ak'sltm Mrs, Cbadwlck,
four indictments against President
Hcckalth of the Cltirens National bank
of otwrltn. and four acainst CaMur
Spt-ar of the ranie concern.
Tho train hearing Mra. Chadwick
pulled into the t'nlon station here at
2:10 o'clock Wednesday. An Im
mense crowd was in and around the
station. P.scorted by the deputy mar
shals who accompanied her from New
York. Mrs. Chad irk alowly crossed
the platform and entered a waiting
carnage, which Immediately started
for tbe federal building.
Naw Oklahoma Road Manager.
ni.OOMlNOTON, HJ W. E. Crane
of Jacksonlvlle, during the last year
coal traffic mauaner of the Chicago,
Hurllngton Qulncy system, has been
apKlnted general manager of the Fort
Smith & Western railway, with head
quarters In Fort Smith. Ark.
The Spanish Cabinet Rtaigned.
MAI 'KIP. Tbe entire cabinet has
resigned. The resignations were con
sequent on a disagreement of tbe min
isters about the proposed military re
forms and tb king's refusal to con
firm certain nomination presented by
tb war miuister.
She Mutt Qualify for $44,000.
Ml SKOGKE, I. T. The PiMiofftce
department baa notified the postmas
ter at this place that his bond has been
doubled on account of the big business
transacted. It waa raised from 20,tHH'
to 140.000 and Postmaster Hates, who
will retire within ten daya. waa com
pelled to make tbe additional bond.
Tbe new postmistress, Miss Alice Rob
ertson, tall! have to qualify on a bond
You can't always tell how much re
Hgton there Is In a family from Ue
Jaa nf Ika ! lui-i.
HOUSE NOTIFIES THE SENATE.
Washington Greatly Stirred Ovtr the
Impeachment of Swayne.
WASHINGTON. Tbe committee of
tbe House of lieprexeritallvcs ap
peared at the bar nf the Kpna'e
Wednesday and notified the Henaw
that the House bad lmp"ahed Juries
Charles Saayne. president Pro Tent
Krye Informed the committee that the
Hcnate would prt-d In accordance
with the notice. No nx-trage from tbe
House has been received In years that
so profoundly impressed the Senate.
Representative Palmer spoke for the
committee saying: "Mr. President, la
obedience to the order of tbe House
of Representatives, we appear before
you and in the name of tbe House of
Representatives and of all the people
of the I'nited States of America we do
Impeach Charles Swayne, Judge of tbe
district court of the I'nited States for
the northern district of Florida, of
high crimes and misdemeanor in of
fice; and we further Inform the gen
ate that tbe House of Representatives
will in due time present articles cf
impeachment against him and make
good the same. And In their name we
demand that the Senate shall take
order for the appearance of aaid
Charles Ewayne to answer said lza
The president pro tem. said: "Mr.
Chairman and Gentlemen of the Com
mittee: Tbe cbair begs to announce
that tbe Senate will take order in the
premises, due notice of wblch will be
given to the House." The committee
Immediately retired. The entire cere
mony consumed lees than three min
utes of time.
Immediately after the House of Rep
resentatives met Speaker Cannon an
nounced; as tbe committee of seven to
prepare the charges against Judge
Charles- Swayne of the Northern dis
trict of Florida, who was impeacheJ
Tuesday, tbe following: Palmer of
Pennsylvania, Gillette of California.
Parker of New Jersey, Llttlefield of
Maine, Powers of Massachusetts. Clay
ton of Alabama and DtfArmond of Mis
souri. PEABOOY MAY WIN IN COLORADO
Throwing Out Fraudulent Votea May
Seat the Republican Candidate.
DENVER. COI- Tbe supreme court
has reudered a decision to throw out
all of tbe votes In the Seventh and
Eighth precincts. This may mean the
seating of Peabody. Many more pre
cincts will be investigated.
leonard Rogers, a well-known Dem
ocratic leader; Police Captain Iyee and
four Democratic election officials of
Second precinct of the Seventh ward,
in the recent election, were placed
on trial In the supreme court this
morning charged with attempt to com
mit election frauds.
The prosecution says !t has evi
dence that these men cast 260 fraud
ulent Democratic votes and fifty-four
Illegal Republican vote. One hun
dred and fifty two of these ballot
ere cast with mythical names. Tbe
fraudulent votes were capt by the
Democrats for Republican candidates
to avert suspicion and for the pur
pose of draalng the Republicans into
Another Osage Lobby Caae.
Mt'SKOtJEE. I- T. Another Osage
lobby has started for Washington to
work for the allotment of the Osage
lands to tbe members of the tribe in
severalty. Tbe lobby is composed of
leading men cf the nation, and it Is
said It Is the first time tbat tbey all
have agreed upon the manner of al
lotment. It aa tbe Oi-age lobby
which caused the secretary of the In
terior so much trouble last year. They
got drunk and remained drunk until
tbey "went broke," so It is said.
Moscow Students en a Rampage.
MOSCOW. There was another stu
dent demonKtratinn here, at wblch the
students shouted "Down with arbitra
riness:" Tbe ton council hat tele
graphed to the minister of the interior.
Prince 6vlatop Mlrsky, a petition
in support of the ttinlo memorial.
The Humane nwiety has asked fr
permission to aid In the relief of the
Sufferers lr Itessarabia.
Dr. A. A. Ames la Free
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN Dr. A. A.
Ames, ex mayor of Minneapolis. I now
free. Judge Elliott of tho district
bench mauled the motion of Mr. Kerr,
special county attorney, that all lti
dictments for bribery and corruption
agaiust tbe much tried mayor b J
A Knsan Chargtd With Forgery.
OTTAWA. "lien" chhIs of ljine
haa been lodgde in jail here on charge
of forgery. Woods Is accused of pass
Ing bogus checks on Ottawa and lue
parties. The comi !:ot against him it
made by Lane parlies who look up bis
Alleged Desarttr Arretted
WICHITA Earl FoMrr, charged
with being a deserter from the regu
lar army, was arrested tu-re. He is
being held ponding an Investigation
of his cat.
Part of Ariiona to Utah,
WASHINGTON. Senator Kcarnt
introduced a bill providing for the an
ueiatlon to l ltth of a. I tbat portion of
ArUona Ijlug north of tbe Colorado
river. The portion of Arizona affect
ed Is about Mh) i"ar miles tu area.
It la north of the Grand canyon and.
on that account, lnoceIUe to au
thorities of Ariiona. It Is it I J It now
forms a haven tor criminals, aed the
purpose of the measure Is to give
I'tah criminal Jurisdiction over thn
LATE MISSOURI ITEMS
IteU wood's fiew f.jw-rs hwie it to be
appropriately ripened with "A fcju'b
hVvctat sltig'm railing tbemlv-
tbe Ye! brothers gsre a concert
at PUtto the other n)rL!,
A storm broke clown many tel-graf.-h
wires In Northwest Miwnirt last twit.
The subscribers had a beilo lime, at
The Parkvllle Gar,-tt printed about
a pa-e of Santa Claua lttert this
week. A marked copy of the pap?r
was e'nt to Santa.
The people of lawson are said to
be atirred up somewhat. Half of tbem
are aaylDg that the town was name-d
after a relative of Tbomaa laason of
ItosHin, and tbe otber half are denying
State Auditor-elect .TA". W. Wildi
has appointed S. T. Gresham of Farm
ington to be chief cierk in bis office.
Mr. Gresbam was formerly superin
tendent of tbe Farmington schools
but ts now an attorney.
Burglars who entered the resldenot
of a lawyer at Centralia got $12 from
the servant and onlr $4 from tbe
lawyer. Eut then Centralia Is not the
only town in which the servants teem
to have tbe best aide of the servant
T. D. Hunt of Columbia has one ot
the stones used In tbe first mill ever
run In Boone county, and tbe enly mill
in the early days between St. Charles
and Boone's Lick. It waa a hand mill
and was patron) red by people tor many
miles around who did not care to
make tbe long Journey to either of the
above mentioned place.
Paradoxical as it may seem. In
creasing business has compelled Post
master Bostian of Independence to
lessen the tine of the postoffice,
Frt-e delivery has caused more help
to be needed behind the enclosure.
bile most of the people who former
ly went to the office now get their
mail at home. Hence about ten feet
of mail boxes in the postoffice have
been cut out.
The board of directors of tb
world's fair has approved the contract
with a Chicago wrecking company to
remove the exposition buildlnirt. The
exposition company is to receive $400,
(KH for the buildings.
The revival In the Metuodist church
south, at Jefferson City baa Just closed
ilh seventy-six additions, and the
church now claims to have the largest
congregation of any Methodist church
In Mlsouri south of tbe river.
The ham of a farmer named Red
hair, who liver Bfesjr Falrplay. waa de
stroyed by fire recently. While Mr.
Redbair ia no: suspected of wilful In
cendiarism, St ia teatvd that he care
lessly allowed his hair to come in con
tact with some of the hay stored in the
It It rumored that Governor-elect
Folk will appoint Speed Moby, editor
of the Cole County Democrat, to the
position of pardon rlt-rk. This office
as created four years ago. but Gov
ernor Dockery. deenimg It tnneccs
sary. did not appoint anyone and d:d
the work hiniM'lf, thereby saving th
stale its annual salary cf I2.0O0.
Senator Nick M. Bradley of War
rent-burg. ho represented Johnson,
Cat's and Ijifayette counties In the up
per house during the past two general
attmblis, waa one of the mot in
fiucutial men In that body, and also
one of those a ho sever had any cause
to fear the anti booj'e movement. Sea
ator Bradley might have retained h!
seat In the senate, but voluntarily re
tired to make the race for circuit Judce
of the diadrtct composed of JohnM
and Casa countiea. to vtich poitun he
wat triumphantly ek-cted.
In apite of the fact that he wa
aare who the state's governor Is.
J. W. Greer, who lived near Gallatin
has moved to Mississippi.
The Chiliicothe ConMitullon bt-t oa
Folk and it is Uow belting on Kt'rrns
ltr uator. But then. Fate uua
evens thlnss up tor the gamller.
t'oKiU'ville jut cannot g-t ahead ot
t!-at;e. A snow fell at tbe first name
plm e Sunday aud r iw rj the drwbt
I'D t another ti ll at Osage.
A I'tr.cato book agent named Video
while crotMiiK a railroaj track at B
worth, as struck ty an engine and
thrown seven fevt out onto the risht ut
ay. Being a t-ook ext-nt. the acvi
dent (in! not hurt him In the ictst.
lu offering an annual prUe tor the
bet-t mile of giKl road lu Ca county
the l-euk ot lUrrixinv ;l!e is doing
mucb to iuip.ro the roads ia the ti
ciuily ot liatri.)iilile.
The state board of agriculture ws ill
hold a farmers' lutitute at Warrens
burg ou Dcccmtx'r 12.
"The Mysterious Siranser." which
a clever cartmit IntdxlucvJ t the
public Jus.t after the election, and tfc
idea for which was s;iKt.te4 ty Mis
souri s tew p(tiou iu tbe Republican
column, ha- mado uch a hit tt.at a'r
rtady the "siranser" is being uvenl by
euterpriMug c;r Kalers as a catchy
A Howard county grand Jury de
clan a that the ewipty poor farm 1 a
"vlUttac t civ ili.-atiou." auj rvixim
nieiuit that improvements bo made at
The only copy of tbe fir! M,un
neapape rpvib;ihNl wtu-t if St. l.viui
that Is now in evttinee ha t-ren pur
chased by thv Siate It Morn ! n lety,
and la now in tbe tuureum ot th
rlety at CoU.mh:a. It is "The M a
aourl Intelligencer and li.n's ljk Ad
Vetiuer," and was pulUheJ at Fiauk
liu. lu llowatii tv.,a:, oo A;nt li.
Frw tfvfl So t.
T S-1 of Cita 5s ei'rT?y fm'V
fal. CaWr there are ft larte tStt
ai! we.gf lr.g It tr"vnin fr.H are
i35nvfi A J vfc;o (Jo w,s. Kt
hw msy b e-"n Inm f'vnne-a to
etg,ta ia;t after s!r.g. 'f-jce
fv f'T IKiSltf. .!" f-.W!
J,rfl'-lc- three erofs per yemr. tlet
ftAHimm grow ail the r. .
The sxa:i tfn rf Werss. !a Da-
bon-:ey, ii cetjrfed f'. I't fegrp!
i4 serp'. a ts: '..tt la lhli'l
the priests k paar;ss of l..0 htt-
pertt A all sljt, wklch tbey feed w
birds a4 frr.gs brwtjgit to ths cj
tftnn lv the Bat'vee.
"Great thing this Georg-jl t'ltttf;
styt a u.:;v;:i eicracge. -Even ia j
wmr we ci?ver aave eTKJiign ikv w j
bury oor bt-st
Gve Base Coin to ChurcH.
Dowias IScftlieil NoncotfyraiSsit
are gerting rid of tie'r bas cola by
pittine it n tbe co'.lectioc of tie local
Free Church coard!. Ttit IniScfmect
ts made by the couecU s treasurer.
Oldest Alcoholic Beverage.
Next to grape wine. It Is be'iered
thst Japanese sake, or rice wise. H
the oldett alcoholic beverage known
to man, its use In Japan Ct'.ing hack
over two thousand years.
Something Like a Beacon.
A lighthouse shortly to be la opera
tion on Lennard island, on tbe wetrt
coast of Vancouver Island, will be th
most powerful in America, btr.g ot
ahlA -candle power and. visible tor
Value of Sense of Humor.
Of all the charms, both lEterectnal
and physical, which the great Creator
has besowed npon womankind, surely
the gift of laughter Is the most to ha
Doing Great Work,
rionsant. Mo.. Dec l-.h. Spec!a:)
That Dodd'e Kidney Pt:i are do4s
a great work in curing the more ter-
r:b forms of Kldtey Disease, sack as
Bright s Diseise. Dropsy asd Diabetev
everybody knows. But it must a.w
be noted tbat they are doing a stiil
greater work In wipirg out thousands
ot cases ot the earlier stages of Kid
ney Disease. Take for Instate. Mrs.
Pe.er Bwrteau of thia place, fche
I have been subject to pains in try
hack and knees for about three years.
but since ! have been taking Dodds
KLlney Pills I have been entirely
Others here tell similar ttories. Ia
fact. In this part of Missouri there are
scares of people who have cured the
earlv sTmctoms of Kidney Disease
with Dodd a Kidney Pi'.ls. The nee of
the Great American Kidney Remedy
thus saved tel only the lives of Kid
ney Disease victims, but thousacdt of
oil er Americans frott years f tuSer
Astrologers Were Wrcrn.
According to the astrologers, tha
wo-ld was to have cotre to an end on
Re-t. 1, 11SS. Ttey had observed
wl'b awe that at sunrise on that day
lh re weuld h a conjunction of ail
the placets In Libra and no doubt the
an ument was that such a collection
wc i! he altogether too mucb for the
ba'ince of the universe. When it ar
rived. Sept. 1 proved to be a very
oKInary twelfth-century day. In 1514
astreiogy plucked up courage to try
agviln. This time there was to he a
uu: versa! deluge, on tie strergta of
the meeting of three placed a ta the
tljv of Pisces, and a private Noah's
ark waa actoally built for the occa
siot by a devout believer at Toulouse.
The year lilt provtd to he a period
Japanese aa Scientitta.
"No east em nation is m.vre atroag
.y tepretccted than are the Japasc
In the Ectisb aobatt vt science,
sat the In.Joo lancet. "Ttey r
ss as undoubtedly string faculty
I ortgina! research, aed they com
t'.te this facu'ty with a sharpt'gSt
rdttess at Ui the posKltul'.ty of the
practical atpUcatioa of the frut'a of
rtarh Tte Japanese cteniUt
uni'ca tn pvcser or oiifttai-Tj or raa
f,r.lih rhrm'.st and lb r-racceal la
tu;t;on o! tte German. There arw
several iit :r.g pithed Japaoeie ckvos
I who are fe'.'.owt of the EngllS
Chemical society, who were cie-ted
to their fellowship oa accovat of their
coi-T't-iitcs to or'.g'.sal science."
It't cxwar4:y n strike a loy ttia'Jer
than jourw-X eclt ss you are a parent
er t.-arter. aed bate a l c stick.
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