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uicn uiu,, Miasouui.TnurjsDAT, FtuucAKY Is, iooa
KIHO OF ALL LINIMENTS
cunzs raizur.iATis?.! and all pain
t a r
3. s. w ;
READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE
'I much Eicted with ihfnmatism, rri!e
TA. C. NuJ, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kns, "going
tVU o'i crutches tad euiftrinp prtst deal of pain.
1 rn iu.lucrj to try Ballard'a bnow Liaimcnt, hicfj
cj:( I inr, oft'.T osinj three 5V bottles. ITISTUiS
CXKATKST LINIMENT I EVER USED; htrerec
t t:in e:-.'!e l it to enrabef of pe:ons, mil erpresi
tV't.iirlTri cs being benefited by It. I cow walk
ttjihout crotches, ami am Mt to perlora great
C ii of 1 .Lt labor oa the farm."
ThTwEE SUES: 25c. 50c AND SI. 00
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
OPERA DRUG STORE.
VJfZ CHA.1CE NO ftt
4 2 ir 4 sxrjr
fimi mKrh VrS f !l 4mc-'Ho ol Ihwndei
' rHCC OPINION is ir-Ukililf.
tl'iii l'd 1Bb.
MILO D. STEVENS & CO,
I4TM STRCCT. WASHINGTON. 0. C
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Opposito u. y. k.
WASHINGTON D. C. !
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I liiM v the lilanii'.l liu.v. i l tli, l,,.,
WAN 1' 1' ! loil t. Iioncm with a oi i-.irsing kind that I
jniii'i: Hi 'ii f' - : Hiiii 1 1 1 1 1 to uf j sv ip.-.l fruiii iny if., I a'l wait
p:i i f l.r ix .i. i' i nil) m Ciovrin ing and watchitig by gm'! Of
lllflll M .til Si I V K'!
).ir K npiiU. I t
H..x One, Cc-
()jr Uatibing Oiler.
Wo !. i . i- i i f'T.-fiiig tho roail
its .f Ti:i Ti;;i.rsi: the host
jnsil!o in.; -; 1 1 1 1 1 to itulnlgi'
th.'ii- tasti- !.r .xl l.tor.tluiv by
c '!.! in : i h" i . ;.l b.trgain you
s. . i . ii r ;i I v( pa'i". IJ.-ail
it, ami t i) i. vi lis tlio (uiioof
tho siii'-i i ip' .. ii fo, the lii-t
f !?.! i". or in .: 1 1 "I pHul n ailing
lip t.i this 'I ''. Just think' of it.
Tilt: '1 'i i-. jl tx
Woi. I i 'is 11 .-I '. .;i.p.iuii)),
Oosn,..;,. 1 t.'P,
l!r ii" of ! lf i.' s.
Tot ..l, .t
Our ott'or for tho four is just
Ol.o lull, or f jAHt,
A if W V
U. & A.
DR. G. N. SHARP,
VikI MHtititaoturrr of
I'HItlllj ICrniodK'K ; ;
ll.iv.' v.ni i c.)ii.!i -r isn- miff.-rinv
ri.in ii K-t,H If . try I r.
tm;n ami i.r.Nw i:i:ir.i)Y.
il yu'i an- tr.niM.'d with Iii.li.tlmi
r ..:u.n h t rt mill.- ur
l or j ' . 1 1 1 1 h an. J m. I.i-m npj'ly
I'lii-w tM'.l n iu. ili. lia vt urcl
kti.. tlicv 111 cutvj tiu. Try tl.-iu.
n li r.vlal tnxiltli-H tn-.u.-.l l.y n
llt-VV ilil-1 Wullilrlflll Im tliinl. l'i,- cnr.-,l
l-rui uii'iil ly it uioin-y r (utni.'l
I H,.(iw ti? iiiu-'ii. Wriirv nUi Well
l-.!li.i.. t, tn-.'lt ih-ciiiiH i.f Wdlnrll.
M.uiy w l.o Ii.ini- i.iilf. n-il for y-.'ir cim-.l
liy niw tr ;il:n. iit. rite fr mi.-mloii
M.inkn r.x;iiiiiii;tllnii an.) (nHlc fnt-at
t ln t 'miMiill In 1 Kpnrl incut tiftlie
CASCAIONt MIUICIM CO.,
Rich liill. Mo
In th sl,inli i,f tho !-.l apple
trtf, l'se v;iit'd liig, iuv,
f ' i" lliul the vnici' onto 1
h'.ul. arrows f.oni with i'.nh
i!tl, till it's li.mlv ;i whipor
til !m Tll-.TO is n hlolV
1 ti iik t!n Ins', tin1 !! iss. 'ijn' mo
w it ii l (, i.!i. mr-..ml th, trot
tli.it i ni. i;n w ulii'ir I w.utt'd
fur .MM!, has h.u)-. 1 to an hl
clti'-tnut tr.'f. In t!i. si;nhf
t!i fl.l a'-'il.' tr.o. uhi'i'i. vnii
d.igors 1 h.iitso fi- tlitff, an
ax and a cutlass, you ,s.v; aiul I'll
stkk all tln'so things in the noxt
gi.iy whosins. "In t. Sha.lo of
tho ( U1 App'.'Troo.'1 .lossauiinc
Tho list iiumtior f f too lovttiiv
icouiso was gitn last Saturday
r.iuht at tho oHra Imiiso and is
sio'i'll of by thoso w ho atton.lod
as th. best fiioof tho iHiinlicr,
Mossrs. Oonrh, Il ilo.;. M Kib
h n.Toinpl, '.'!, and ,.thors who
took it upnti t hi'ins.'lvos to g'.ur
antoo th tin.nu ial basin for thoso
i ntoi tainiiionts, dosorxo groat
cro.lit for tlioir oiToi t to thus nf-
fold fill" (.'it i '.oils Ml .liiortniiitv
to enjoy MH li intolloi tu,, tioits.
1'iu lo John l'l ii'tor, a Mexican
war , tiTun is a constant t a lor
of tho Tiaiit m:. an.l noer l. tu
'hi .subscription pvt bvJuEd.
The Missouri State Board 'of
Agriculture co-operating "with
the Agricultural College and the
State Com Gravers1 Associa
tion will hold a Corn Contest or
Missouri boy in connection with
the 4th annual State Corn Show
to be held in Colunidia the sec-
'ond week in January, 1907.
, There are to be two classes of
prizes for the boys, one for boys
,1") years of age or younger and
i another for boys more than 15
years old and under 20. In or,
der to give a number of boys an
Corn Growing Contest
opportunity to get ia on the pre- 10 ers to be forwarded to the
iniums at least 15 or 20 premi- State Corn Show,
urns will be offered in each class, i Geo. B. Elijs,
The highest premium will proba- Secretary Board of Agriculture.
bly bo $20 in cash. j
Every boy who reads this let- jt itintm Demands.
ter and who wishes to enter this E
contest should apply at once toft tje recent miners' and op
Prof. M. F. Miller. Columbia." fi'ators' convention at Indianano-
Secretary of the Corn Grower's
Association, and he will be fur
nished with a copy of the rules
for entering the contest. Where
good seed corn can be secured in
the neighborhood it is advisable
to take the kind of corn that has
proven the most successful, but
if no improved corn can be ob
tained then a small amount- of
seed will be furnished by the Ag
ricultural College upon applica
tion to Prof. Miller.
Corn is the principal crop in
most every county in the State
of Missouri, and it is with a view
of arousing a general interest in
the improvment of the corn crop
in lx.th the yield and quahty that
this duon.tntion ill be bed.
and also for the purixse of got
ting the farmer Uys of the State
intonated in scientific Agricul
ture, Every couuty should organize
a local corn show and corn grow
crs' association, and the citizens
of the county should aid this
movement by offering premiums
for exhibits at these local corn
The State authorities do not
propose to offer any premiums
at the lood ohows but will award
premiums for exhibits only at
the State Show. No boy hhould
be deterred, however, from mak
ing an effort, Ixi-auso his county
is not organized. Every by
w ho desires to entvr the ctntest
will bo given tho opiortunity.
Even tiling depends upon
your turves. It is nerve force
that causes the train to direct
the motion of your body ; it is
nerve force that causes your
heart to pulsate, and end the
Mood through our veins : it
is nerve force that causes jour
Monuch to vligcst foJ, jour
kidneys to f.itcr the blood, and
the liver to tecrctc Lilc.
In fact, nerve force is the
jowir that runs jour boJy,
it you feel worn-out, irritable,
nervous, cannot sleep, or eat
well, have pain or misery
anywhere, jour nerves are
weak, and jour tcm run
down. To restore thisviuli'v
take Pr. Miles' Nervine v hii h
will strrncthejj an J bud 1 tip
the nerves. Vcu catsnct r?
hc.ilthy wiihout strocr ctrxe?.
r r rl:bn-n yr !. V
Vin. n.l Anil-T ain 1111. tlv b. a
mv 1 1-1- iHtmijikM... t-'' i Kk-r
ti.-ii lit,-. Kun r.uml ,'KiUtrrn.
l.mr. t.t. al -Olil il(t ..it
i-.v 1 Qil V4 .u. h arJ 't.
r.M lu i lift, ..:n4 t'r. W.l.'
Niuc. io UM t isn 1. i.U
).. ! r"s. t WJ J 4
MUI P I . TiM'KJ
4Z r)tui. tu. Nc-w t., ia.
Dr. Mitr.' Nfwtw la 14 v yur
ru3?.t. 'll uutlH . a.
rr.l tMIK ..l fc.n.t ( ( . , fcj
bat it will be better if a numVx-r
cl boys from the same neighVxr
!i d can enter the contest.
It will be well for every boy
entering this contest to get
copy of the last annual report of
the Board of Agriculture in
which may be found a great deal
of Information that will be valua
ble to him in the selection of the
best cor a.
After the corn is matured next
fall a selection should be made of
19 pars to exhibit at the local
corn show. This will afford the
wja experience that will beval
cable to them in the selection of
hs, Ind. The miners of the
southwest territory, which in
cludes Missouri, Kansas, Arkan
sas, Indian Territory and Texas,
asked for a raise of 12 1-2 per
cent, while the operators wanted
a reduction of 13 per cent.
The . demands of the miners
.t as follows:
1. y?e demand that a general
avaae of 12 1-2 per cent be
maJj in all wages and that prices
be based on the following: That
Prontenac, Kan, be the basing
point for district H; Jenny Lind,
Krebs, I. T., and Thurber Tex.,
for distnet 21, and Bevier, Mo.,
fLstrk.t at a differed
established f,r coal of less
than average weight at places
named in the basing points.
2. ' Wc demand a run-of-mine
3. That the differential be
tween machine and pick mining
be 7 Cvnts per ton.
i. A uniform day wage scale.
o. That no boy under 1(5 years
be employed in or about the
0. That all internal differ.
ences, both as to prices and con
ditkms, be referred to districts
affected for adjustment.
7. That eight hours constitute
a day's work.
M. Tho readjustment of en
gineers' and firemen's scale.
V. That any contract bo made
to become effective April 1, 1'AVi,
and expire March ol, l'A'7.
When the scale committee had
pivsentod these demands W. C.
Perry, president of the Central
coai utul coko company. Kauris
City, Mo., announced that the
operators had arrangtsj no de
mands in writing. "Tho opera
tors demand," tiiid Mr. IVrry,
"that we tjtke the contract made
in l'.V'l in 1 "lttsburg, and which
took effevt in SeptemKr, l'A"1!,
nsaba&isfor a now agreement,
and, furUier, that all prices
named therein be reduced uni
formly loixTtvnt. Th opera
tors demand that tlic ivntract be
uioJirlod, so that in all the dis
tricts U, 21, and 23 there will In?
uniform prices. We further do-
laaud urul ivgard as imiortant I
that there shall bo some security
from the tuiners that the now
coutract be carried out to the
Tluc. J. Kty, formerly a resi
dent of Bates county, and a bt
thertoour fellow townsman M.
U Pry, did Jan. 20 last, at his
Lome in BucLhn. L'a, He Iwd
been ailKted With rlioutnatism
for u.any uairth and this doubt
lesawatthe csuse of bi death,
lie K;o.v a widow, txihiugh.
tors, a lister r.d twt brv ti ers
Ti.e city was full of rp!e Lut
Saturday and math bayins &zl
selling was dony.
Mrs. IL P. James pes.t firt
of lat week vi-i.irg relitiros
and frienda s.t Butler.
Mis Alma Miller rftuie,
last Friday, from a visit to h?r
sister, Mrs. VanBuskirk, at Iola,
, Tne e L'pse of the mocE. li&t
j Thursday night, canw:-d quit? a
nnmoer oi persons m l.ica 1LJ
to lose more or less le?p.
V"e acknowledged a pleasant
call from and Mrs. Dennis Mil
ler and Mrs. E. M. Chaniberlian
just after the food last week.
P. W. Benedict is taking cat
the partition and otherwise re
modeling his storeroom on Park
ava, with a view to enlarging hi
Mrs. Sid Ilolloway has M.ld cfT
her household goods pre;aratory
to leaving the city. She will pro
bably locate in Kansas City or
Word from Mrs. II. B. Tem
pletonat Key West, P.a., says
she and her children are en ty
ing themselves greatly, 'he lit
tle girLs are fast recovering frcm
the whooping cough.
C. G. Week; and P. J. Wise
man, democratic candidates for
county tlerk, r.re devoting good
deal of their time and attention
to their inlitic;il feno-s prep ara
tory to capturing the nomination
at the Democratic primaries in
May. Boys, you cj,iu lxit fret
it if 3-ou put up your fences tn
rails high and ".stake and ridei""
them besides, and if you n
barbed wire, wiil only mal
..e- ui- urenus oi .vi is. w .
T.Duvall will W glad to karn
that the lady is getting better
quite rapidly. Tl:e sanitariuru
treatment and the Michig.in cli
mate is restoring her to her ac
customed health. She expects.
to remain at Battle Cree k four or
nve. wee ris longer, then make a
visit to her old home near Terrt
Haute, Ind., on her way home,
Judge Duvall lk lonesome and
says he has go.nl grub at tho
Merchant hotel and plenty of it.
still it's not like homo. He cant
talk hack st the e.k.
3 ... i I, fct
fMc from p crecm c! brto
IN THE WOULD
Mikes hom; baking: easy. Nothing
can be :ublitut.d tor it in nuking
quickly ar.j pcif.ctly, d;lizzU hot
biscuit, hct-br5ads, muli'ms, cake an i
pastry. Insures the tool asainst ilunu
A Cream ef Tartar Prtitr,
fre from alum er frrtot
Oar y .-1 frk.-i-I, Vrk
S iss-n, canie in last Fri ll j ar.i
renewal Li ubscriptxa to
Ed Murphy and wife Lava r-?
moved to P!eas&nVi, wlierc i
ha.s apsitioa wi:h the BLiker
Kev. J. R. Strong, cf the Park
avenue M. E. Church, sotsth, fil
ed the pulpit of Xlvi lato Rev.
Busby, at Sheldon Lust Sanday.
W. W. Burrows, of the Pap'ss
riile neighborhood was ia the city
bast Ttiarsdjy. attending to mat
ters of business, azl cali-.sj at
the Tiuiicxu off ce.
Hie valentine .vcL!, Ly t'-i.j
j Endeavor Society of the Chris.
tian Cirjrch at the Lome of Mr.
, J. W. Jamis..n Ust night, was a
great soei ;d success and highly
enjoyed by c-veryotie xreent.
Peni.-n ilKtk were never
more promptly sect to the ild
f,t,ms than this quarterly pay.
L.,,. s....... v.,n. hor th .r,
s-nt in Monday evening lud tho
c h e cks ret u med Wednesday
morning, and they came ia qtaa
IUrve Juhnsoa is speidiag t!io
j greater ;x)rtioa of his time now,
1 farming. He Iihs the presixit
!of quite a Urge crop this year
i and thinks he will reap quite a
h.tnest if h, ran only keep hU
fence in shr.p so as to to ks p
I the other fellows' st.vk fn-ui
' running over his premise like
they did two ycrs go.
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