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RESTORED TO HEALTH.
THANKS TO PE-RU-NA.
Friends Were Alarmed
Advised Change of Climate.
Mias MUdr.nl Kelar, 718 13th ttmt,
N. W., Wanliing-toa. I). C, writ:
"I can aafely recommend Prruna for
cntarrh. t hitd it for year and it would
rDil to no kind of treatment, or If it
did it wu only temporary, and on the
slighta-at prurucatiuu the trouble mould
wva it sicA a Afatf fAf my
trltndt were 'Jarmed about me. and I
wot advlte , to Jji' (Ate climate.
Then I frVew Peruna. ami to my great
for found It helped ma from the tint
dot I took, and a lew bottle curve ma.
"It built up roy constitution. I re
gaiueil my appetite, and 1 ferl that I
Kin perfectly well mad strung."
We have oo file many thousand teU
mooials like the atove. We ran give
cur readers ouly a slight gh in rave of the
vast array of unsolicited endorsement
lr. llarlman is receiving1.
means a, day of hard labor to hotivr
keepera. Hut there is great satisfaction
in seeing the line full of clean clothe.
You ran always rest awured that the
clothes will l snowy white if you uw
It Is pure and is gaarsnt-a-a-al sot to
Injure the mt delicate fabrics, tiood
houarka-epera everywhere rn.lor it
and one trial mill e hu"icicfil to con
ruirs you of ita merits. Sold by grocers
svrrywhere. I-arpe package fac.
IPs anay bs a his to assist yon tat
deciding. There are say asanhrr of
destrsbls trips cheap toe which
tos c aosks this asaa9r to th
Moaatsiaa of Colorado, the Lakes of
Micaigaa ssd Yiacoasin or to th
Portland Es position. Let as scad
yon rates and particulars, Freo.
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eV. N. U KANSAS CITY NO.21.
$3.50 SHOES &.
W. JL, TBla BaassB Ba4 SKnra
M a lutt thmm I oit.rf
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aaae aa4 aar luasar laaa stbar iaka.
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lai W a.iaai AaalW- 'aa..ai.
faaf aar tjriln m Ul mot nwUiwir.
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aarsas la-aar. M.I. Iksla (uar
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pHaa l,4Ha t.r IU 1 kk to. lUIIImUs
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To Save Swiss Sctnsry.
AHbouth every Hslns is A torn ho
lilkerper, the uaiion die Dot
of the fact that hott-t keclD
ca bo overdone. A lisitue has Just
tren formed, fur f j.rfmrv.Uon ol
pU'ttiremuo (Ilea fro-n cotnuieiciai
vandal, m. The 1 ague aii' will
travel coiialantty lo the couutry, re
porting on lanritir-apea threatened b)
the creation of new botela.
The Teat ef Ctnlua.
Farmer Ueehaw Waal, 'poe the
railroad need reKulatln. Wbo'f
competent to do It?
Farmer Glddap Waal, th-r"i loti
o' men. Sim ftrown 'd make A food
one, for Instance.
Farmer Geebaw Sim Iirown!
What's ho know aliout repulatln'?
Farmer Glddap A heap. ! occt
regulated a 2 watch.
Th Feafoml Wbal's tho matter
with the goatT
Tho Rooeter He ato A bunch of
wildcat mlntnic stock and cow bit
tomarh is bothering him.
Tho Peafowl Pcrres him right He
oiifrht to know better than to monkey
with those lndlpecfible securities.
Peflanre Ptarch ta guaranteed blargeet
and bat or nrney refunded. II
ounces, 10 cents. Try It now.
Ec-vcry woman luiasints ehe'i A per
fect image of her feminine ideal.
A man's last will and testiment l
In A measure a dead give-away.
Bra. WtaaaaWs Saatfalns BfrBU
T" th! Waajitaa, nraM ID. raru, raaaeaa S
f i y - r" r ' IrB
Tho ascent of tho Udder may be
difficult, but homehew we never io
tlce the splinter until wo begin, to
alldo down again.
rsB tni r a Mors
Rail Crow Its)! BJoa. Larr S-oa. ravrka
otaia T Km Owopacr. Kuu S braat, iaa.
Grayce I waul to Introduce you to
lleggie You needn't bother. Bhe'
too ugly for em.
Grayce How do you know that?
You've never seen her.
Reggie True, but everybody say
she's such an awfully sweet girl.
Grayce George say that I satisfy
hi soul hunger so thoroughly that we
need have no formal engagement. He
ray that In spirit wo are already one.
What do you think of that?
Gladys All very pretty. But Just
the same, 1 wouldn't let him talk me
out of the engagement ring.
These Extravagant Time.
F1rt Billionaire How much do you
suppose Ailorblit ts worth?
Serond Billionaire Nat over twen.
ty five million.
First Billionaire -U that All? Why.
I Always considered him A well to-dfc
Th Massacro of Language.
City Editor Well. hat's new.
Reporter Man suicided over on tho
City Editor What ele?
Reporter A retail merchant ha ar
toned and two prominent cltliec
A playwright's occupation ha a
pleasant sound In name, but there's
more work than play about it. Ail
From Changs in Food.
Tho train depend much more oa
the stomach than wo are apt lo sup
pose until wo take thought In th mat
ter. Foed the stonara oo proper food
easy to digest and contslnlog tko
proper amount of phosphate aad the
healthy brain will respond to all de
mands. A notable bonsewtf in Buf
"The doctor diagnosed my trouble
a a 'nervous Affection of th stom
ach.' I was actually so nervous that
I could ant sit still for five minutes
to read tho newspaper, asd to attend
to my household dutle as simply
Impossible. I doctored ail th time
with remedies, but medicine did no
My physician pat ma on all tort
of diet, and I tried many klnil of
cereal f!s, but none of them agreed
with me. I was almost discouraged,
and when I tried GrapeNut I did so
with many misgivings I had to faith
that It would succeed where every
thing else had failed.
"But tt did succeed, and jou don t
know how glad I am that I tried It.
I Wl like a new person. I have gain
ed In weight and I dont have that
trrrlblo burning aensatton In my stom
ach ary more. I feel ao trrBg
asaln that I am surprised at myself.
Tbo street noises Ihtt used to Irritate
me so. never notice now, and my
mind I so cla-ar that my household
dutle are a real pleasure.'
Namo given by Bostum Co., Battle
There's a reason.
Now why vii this great Chang
mad In th' woman?
Th stomach and tho brain had not
been surptied with the right kind of
food to rebuild B7d strengthen the
nerv centers tn ttese organ. It 1
absolute folly to try to do this with
medicine. There I hot one nro way
and that Is to quit th old food that
ha failed and take on Grape N'ut
food which ts more than half digested
in the process of manufacture and Is
rich tn th phosphite of potash con
tained In the tatural grain, which
unite with albumen and water the
only three uhstance that will make
up the soft gray filling In the thou
sands of delicate nerv centre In th
brain and body. Grape Nuts food I a
sure roaj back to health in all such
I SHORT MISSOURI ITEM:
Nevada's school population in 2.4H.
George W. R-a(ie, a cerita-nsriao,
ll-d at Osceola Monday.
Kti!'rf-on has wild '..'f' bond to
build an eladrlc light plant
The Ha-d Mn and the lM-gr of
Honor are In aa-sslon at JVff'-raon City.
Rava-nwood's new combination town
ball aud opera buu I airnost com
pleted. The local option election held la
Merophl March 14 ha b-n declared
Lincoln Institute at Jefferson City
will have a new glrl'a dormtntory to
Ix-kalb I becoming known as a mne
Ical center. One music teacher has
The postmaster at Sedalia. Mo., will
be allowed three additional letu-r car
riers June 1.
Bostoffice discontinued: Cody, Mo,
mall to Rogersville; Cau. Okla., mil
Nt-ck City, Purrrll and Alf a, in Jas
per county, will build a Joint water
Aurora people believe the town's
new overall factory will put it over a!i
Mrs. Joseph Balmr is demd at S'ur
geon from the effect of poison taken
with suicidal intent
J. W. Bolton, who left Nevada sud
denly sometime ao, is under arrest
in Birmingham. Ala.
The body of Ixitta M. Edwards, who
was killed at Snyder, was taken to
Rich Hill for burial.
The grand lodge of the Degree of
Honor ha declared Itself Independent
of the supreme lodge.
A postofflce has been established at
Lleblg, Ripley countjr. Mo, Samuel
The Missouri Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows held its sixty-seventh annuai
session in Bt. Louis last week.
A Jefferson City man who makes a
buainea of disinfecting homes calls
himself "The Furniture King."
James B-ach. a Livingston county
farmer, was seriously injured Monday
by being tramped on by his horse.
The press of the Excelsior Spring
Call broke last Thursday and the daily
was delayed until nearly 7:30 p. m.
Wolves have been killing pigs near
IJberty and the Advance suggests
that President Roosevelt be sent for.
The burglars who broke Into the
house of an Ozark county, editor on
Saturday made a mistake, of course.
The member of a burial association
down In Southwest Missouri get to
gether twice a month and hold dances.
Mrs. Bernard Quinton is under ar
rant at Chiliicothe charged with kill
ing her ten-year-old stepson with a re
volver. St. I,oui capitalist are arranging
to erect forty bouses in Jefferson City.
The capital seem to be growing In
Mis Ada E!io:, the "Tombs Angtl"
was married In St. Ixmm Tua-sJay
night to Alfred Sheffield of Harvard
The state encampment of the G. A
R. I-(ar!mmt of Missouri was held at
Urookfla-ld on Wednesday and Thurs
day of last meek.
Some Eclipse amateurs will give a
concert at Nealmore Saturday night.
After that it is thought the town will
hardly Needmore concerts,
Thomas l Ruber, mho mas defeat
ed for lieutenant governor last tail,
ba movaaj to I-eliaon w here he a 111
engage in the banking bualncss.
Spa-aking of big hailstorm stories,
the Rich Hill Review tells of a calf
at Eldorado whose ears were severed
from Its head by hallstonts In a re
Twenty-one persons ar employed
In the Columbia posloffice. The work
of handling the love letters of the
university students Is said to kt-ep six
of them busy.
Southwest City has a blacksmith
who earns enough money shoeing
mule eight months of tho year to be
able to practice law duribg the rw
An effort la being made In th vicin
ity of Bland to form a stock company
and build an elevator at that town.
Tho people over that may want to
c grain go up.
Nolo K. Page, former manager of
tho Buckingham club in St. Louis is
undi-r arrvat in St. Joseph In conna-c-tion
with an all-ieed shortage In the
fuuda of the club.
Tramps at Trenton one night iat
week rang doortwlls and created a
geiia-ral dlxiiirlance In consequence oi
mhich the local police mere said to
b on the "alert."
The following compose the nam
U-srJ of nianaga rs for Asylum No 4
at Farmiiiai.ou, Paul P. liiuih.y, 1
Soto: B. C. Jonea. Poplar Bluff, John
W. Hope, Jackon.
The ea-lrhrBled Rata-s county bee
casaa has been settled out of court.
A. Hanf agreeing to move his bers
so they rsnnot soil tho clothing of
Mrs. Elattrom, his neighbor.
Because the girt at the state Indus
trial homo In Chllllcolhv wero refused
pariulkaloo. to go to tho circus several
of them raa away and the authorities
had A hard tim rounding them up.
The Western Iedgrr and the In-oc-hom
Bemocrat have been consoliditta-d
Editor Muaday announces that th
subscribera of eerh will in the future
"a-e two show for one admlaslou
A. Ia.1v. postmaster at Chilu.
wee. ts becoming tin J of hav.ng
mould be humorist tall him he la no
Indy and has begun counting tliam
The number I now above sod. it is
Hero 1 something for the women to
think about: I'mier the new Miaaourl
game law, which will go into effect
in June, the earing of the fa-aiher of
anv mild birds oo somen s hats is for
Busiueat mas suspcuda-d la la Witt
for ten minute the other day mhlle
tbo merchant and their nupiova-es
rtiasa-d a groundhog atnit he stin ts
The little animal mas dually capture-!
M Aeatsnsbt Sermon. I
Thsf twlc In two m th
prearhar txk th tet. 'All l ars ha.' !
sve their t;f!on in ke lake tLat
buma-th mlih f:r and brlmst'ine. "
The old d-sna ook-d o!-jn, Tbw
te rearhH band over and said;
"Bill, ole toy, lt'a yi an' mo owlt
the f,(lt!n' tuniuass!"
"I want you to use tack that par
rot He us- dM-alfyl language"
"But only In Spanish, itia am, ooly
"Yes. I know."
"But how can giflin know?'
"I udia-d Bpaaisd to find o"t "hst
Rural Justice I swan! That tbar
toll gate keeper ain't g'A nary bit
Caller Think not?
Rural Justice I know It, by tck'
Here I wanted to catch them thar city
automobile feller for fan ri2icg and
he goes to work and warns them to
slow down. How does he thick I'm
going to get a new pair of boot and
a "biled" shirt if I can't collar a few
fine? Chit-ago New.
Ins. st on Getting It
Rome rrorers say they don't kp
Defiance fctarrh. This Is tfraus th
have a Block on hand of other branSa
containing only 12 m la t package,
which thay won't be able to sail nmt
lacause lfitnc contaJn 14 os. tor
the same money.
Do you want 14 os. instead of 12 ox.
l "r same monay ? Than buy Denaoos
Etarch. Requires no cooking.
Where other quit Is Jut wher we
get our second wind.
RAILROADS AND PROGRESS.
In hi testimony before the senate
committee on Interstate commerce at
Washington on May 4, Prof. Hugo R.
Meyer of the Chicago university, an
expert on railroad management mad
"Let cs look At what might have
happened if we had heeded the pro
tests of tho farmer of New Tork and
Ohio and Pennsylvania (In the TO's,
when grain from the west began peter
ing to the Atlantic seaboard), and
acted upon the doctrine which the in
terstate commerce commission ba
enunciated time and again, that no
man asay bo deprived of tho ad
vantages accruing to him by virtue
of his geographical position. We could
cot have imI of th Mississippi a
population of millions of people who
are pro parous and are great con
sumer. We never should Lavs sees
tho years when w built 10.000 and
12.000 miles of railway, for there
would have been no farmer west of
tho Mississippi liver who could have
used the land that would have been
cpened up by tho building of thoso
railways. And if we had not seen tho
years when we could build 10.WO and
12.000 mile of railway a year, we
should not bave to-dsy oast of tho
Mississippi a steel and iron produc
ing center, which I at once the mar
vel and the despair of Europe, because
we could not have built up a steel and
Iron Industry If there had been no
market for Its product
We could not have in New England
a gcrat boot and shoe Industry; wo !
could not have in New England a j
great cotton milling Industry; wo
could not have spread throughout New
York and Pennsylvania and Ohio man
ufacturing Industrie of the most di
versified kinds, becaute those Indus
tries would have no market among
the farmers west of tho Mississippi
And while tho progress of th!
country, while tho development of
th agricultural west of this country,
did mean tho Impairment of the ag
ricultural value oast ef tho Mississippi
river, that ran op into huadrvda of
million of dollars, it meant Incident
ally the building tip of great maao
facturlng industries that added to tho
vaJu of this land by thousands of
million of dollars. And. gentlemen,
thaaso things wear wot foroseoa to tbo
TO'a. Th Stat as is en aad tho public
men of this country did act oeo what
part th agricultural development cf
tho west waa going to play la tho In
dustrial development of tbo oast. Aad
yon may read tho decisions of tbo
Interstate commerce commission from
th 8 rst to the last aad what I on
of the greatest characterises of those
decisions? The continued Inability to
see the question In this largo may.
The interstat roamerco enmnila
slon never can see anything mora
than that the farm land of sctao form
er Is decreasing in value, or that som
man who ha a Sour mill with a pro
duction of Arty barrels a day I be
ing crowded out. U cover can see
that the destruction or Impairment of
farm values In this place means th
building up of farm value la that
place, and that that shifting of value
I a necessary lactdent to th Indus
trial sod manufacturing deveiopmamt vt
this country. Aad If m stall giro
to tho laterstato romaaerca? eossailo-
ioa power to regulate rate, wo shall
ao longer havo oor ratea regulated
on tbo statesmanlike basts oa which
they havo bean regulated ta th past
by th railway moo, mho really havo
been great statesmen, who really havo
been great buljder of omptraa. who
havo had aa imagination that rivals
the Imagination of tbo greatest poet
snd of th greatest Inventor, and mho
havo operated with a courage and dar
ing that rivals the rvursg and dar
ing of th greatest military general.
But mo shall hue ur rale regulated
by a body of elvtl servant, bureau
crats. mho besetting sia th world
over I that they never ran grasp A
situation In a lartre way and with th
grasp cf the stateness; that they
never can see the fact that they aro
confronted with a small '.!; that
thst evil 1 relatively small, and that
It cannot bo corrected oicept ty tk
reattou of evil and atu whivh
aro lonmtfly greater than th w.
U.st is to bt corTocted."
The Young Physician.
MAT HIS EXnJttKMX. rVOVTJ.
In th ear'y Mt It ma Bt.a!y ta
dny iA a pr-tw..r.g 1-y t, rv-
aoat.y Bv-e a-vary ctj t-a rgi.r
rour,d of iia'v kts "i'art. ia
taoaa t f a ylaT man a b' (taxi reava4
a .m tc A ti;eii ,' ira rv',g iti e. 4 'u
ha-t mi.'ai e;r'(tlulr a.
aruV7uni t rie ten. t tf ir u,.nt
e aa rr"ra V! t. r.r tia- a.-ai .14
sfyv-. ii. nmaail liwo
etiaL fa-a-Ua-a BIXj aS5.;e tm.A li a.
f-t,;.aAjiari-t'i Uj tt-M at c.!,tierii-. a aj a
Hik I t r I. lje . b
tit- cure a.f Iwa ait.or-airif ctaaaa- t
women. Ha b4 early 0t.vrd tit
by r.Tr.i':T:jg tha va-r--t4 -.a t-itract ,f
ir'.a tum mr otaaj .c.t,i p.ants in ti
r.iTlil I'fa.piltn w tL-OUt Ir.a a..aa- tf aa-
fct .la praa-r.;.l-tfi irariar!v nffrj
such rata. Later, in tt tV p.aca .
retnady ta-f.ratra por. :t 'n a atiSja-ea. j
w Ija l-r-ii. i,m eaTaV.iibeaJ a IsVira-
v-y al Buflato. N. Y.. shar ra-j.ar.y
aj'ial:rtad ct,aw!:ts sera pit '.a ri, .-? tv,
ay-eur iiy pr-tira e. t praacript kiq awl
ptit it In aliatve fr si wt.t W. .I par
f the t'nitad tava. Tt. rawT. w a-h
be uidm Ir. P;arra's I tttri Praae-;a
lion, ts ntt a pat-nt meow-ise' tn
nimmita acca-ptanca of toe tv-m. tii a
t'.riic f.ir wt.fr-n. savt a rf . ir f'aS-
Conviction Follows Trial
When laDjing loose coffe or sujriiiEjr vocr (rroecr tAjpetiA
to have in bis bin, how do you know what you are
getting ? Scmio qutr stone about oofe thai t ao! la bulk,
cotiM k told, if tbo joojie who LazkL it (rocrj, care-i to
Could act Axrroax.t of Eaere talk Lsvaj jarg-iaJa-1 k Hoca of
boasekeepera to me
the leader of all package coffees for over a quu-ter
of a centarr, if they L&J not foand U superior to mil otLcr brasds ia
Purity, StrengUx, Flavor and Uniformity?
CBMB BW OMBS BO aWSII I ll SmaBrtA. TSrSTW
tills a aaa latstSao BiBBlasrlj.
U Otc vervJIart of aOLLIONS OF
BOIJSEKIXPESS st oars tso exavtec
yomt of Use aaiaErits of UOS COFTaX.
It costs yoat tmt m trine to bwy a
packAfla tt 1 tb ca&le4 wvay to
con'tac jrovirmvclt. axnd to Basvke
yon m PtHMAAENT PVTI CHASER.
LIOX cximg "b a-M ia I tk saaiaas paa-aaraa,
aa4 fmcsm foa as par. aaai caaaa as sua al aa ear
L a avaaa i oa aeary vacAar.
feaaa caeaaa I -aaa caaa tor aaaala aaartt
SOLD CY GROCERS
WOOLSOS WltT CO.. Toilo.
WESTERN MACHINE COMPANY. ALCIA, IOYA
Taos Snoa wroro AaM
Croow Ms et St. laoasa Worrars Fair
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nry;l aaa v.aUaa raa naaanawiaaa laaa.. aa sa aar Saaa. Vaaa a-a A I
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IB a. a.fao. Vaav aul a awa
aaaaa t al SS Ba BaaS la saaaaa
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IV 1 1
:5.C3t.Ci:ra,i $!5.C3 ta-Sar:. Wii. $21.13 ti!rilKi.Wjas.
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Tklots oa Ul fo!rf UtJ May lata. Fo all lafeatka Writ r Ca8 oo
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M VtaM 749 Kitke7- tUSSAS CiU.t.3.
ftf Csr k attar C.ahty t aaaaa Citr
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la a,g a..a-rr.'- Jr. trrraai aa::
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