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r TP PC CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
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ly at the ssiDie tiino thoroufrhly."
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GOT THE WRONG BABIES.
Curious Mixup That Occurred Recent
ly in French Hospital.
A curious mistake occurred yester
day st the hospital at Amiens, says a
correspondent of th London Mail.
Twu young women had recently been
attended there. One had riven birth
to a boy, and the other had given birth
to a girl. Yesterday their babies were)
taken from them to be vaccinated.
After the vaccination the babies, in
their swaddling clothes, were returned
to their mothers, who went away with
them. Soon afterward one of the mo
thers returned to the hospital in
trs. Mar child was a boy, but on re
turnlsg kon she Ulseevered that the
name, had handed her a gtrl. She in
sisted on her boy being returned to
fc". A scane of great confusion oc
curred, as nobody knew the address of
the other mother. At last, toward
nightfall, the other mother arrived,
greatly excited, complaining that she
had been given a boy la mistake for
her girl baby. The change was duly
executed, and the two mothers went
away happy. '
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5 WACHINGTON D. C.
Katscrite Ut Tia: Tii'ijum:,
Practical Young Man Quieted ths
Fears of His Fiancee.
Not long ago a young man, most not
ably unblessed with worldly goods, met
and won a girl whose decided personal
charms were In no wise lessened by
the fact of her possessing fully enough
to at least keep the wolf howling at a
dUiance. "IX you know, George." she
one day said softly, ' I am almoet sor
ry that I have any money not, of
ioure, that I think you would lovo
me the less, but well " "l am not.
ihanst," ha replied, feudly stroklm
h r 1.0ft, brown balr. "Ton know I d
love ym if jm h4 not a penny, but
I'm glad you hae. You see. I know
thut. should I die. yon would be well
provided for." "Hut supie I KhouM
tile?" nue whlMpered. "Weil, then Id
he well provided for, darling," he an
nwercd, lor lie Is a practical young
Fins Health In Open Air.
The healthiest perilous in thw world
are gypi.U s. and they live io tlie open
air, tut there is an erroneous idea
that gypxlos are people who dfy the
elements to destroy their health. On
the roulrary. they are very careful,
Indeed, of their h-ailh. era though
living out of doors. They never go
to bed with the draft blowing over
them, but have free circulation around
them, yet proteite. from rain and
wind. WhJle sometimes seemingly
scantily attired, they always are
warmly clothed Untuth. wearing
warm underclothing. The consump
tives who yo to places for their
health are how living exactly a the
gypsies, aud because of the d inane
being considered contsglous, they
mujt live In font. It is hero that the
efficacy of pur air la being fully dein
oDbtraled, or it often effects a cure,
if the putii-Ll la cot too wr.k who
the treatment begins.
DR, G. N. SHARP,
And Mauufacturer of
Family ICeiueUiea. t I
IJavo you a couu or are suff.TlnK
frmu h cold? If .i) try I)r, Miuri.s
COL'dll AM) I.l'N'tJ ItKMKDY.
If you are troubled with lul!t(i-.tluu
or.tonmcl) trouble Urte
For a'.l (xiliM uii'i lubes ap(Ij
Thf ti'nted remedies have cured
tUrs, tht-jr will curcov. I rj tljem,
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Geo. G. C(Kk departed for St.
Louis Friday night on a real es
We will give you the Tiunt'NB
and tho Now Idea magazine one
year for $1.00.
Watt Dawson, wife aud child,
were down from Butler to spend
Sunday with relatives and
The rain here tho past week
will be a great help to the gar
den truck and farm produce in
Mrs. Linthium, of Pittsburg,
Kans., daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Peter Pearson, departed for her
home Mondry noon, after a visit
to friends and relatives here.
For Sale Cheap, a seven room
house and barn on lots 1 and 2,
block 115, Rich Hill Town Com
pany's Urd addition. Address
owner, Mary Olson, No. 443,
Soutn 2nd West St., Salt Lake
City, Utah. 4t
If you need more soil on your
place, just turn the hose on the
ground and you will get a good
mixture, 'JO parts mud and 10
parts Marias des Cygnes. But
the water's muddy condition is
doubtless due to the heavy rains
and no one is to blame.
In the write-up of Alfred Bry
ant and Miss Nellie Jones of
Hume a week or so ago, we made
an error by stating it was Roy
Bryant, a brother of the groom.
As Roy kept company with a
a young lady named Jones, the
article was misleading.
Ulysses Simpson Grant
Prowel), who previous to last
week had whiskers as long as
his name, now presents a rather
toad like appearance since giving
the local tonsorialist an opportun
ity to prune his Vandyke beard.
We mention this to introduce
him to the readers, for many of
them might not recognize him.
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A PROMPT, EFFECTIVE
REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS Of
Ijtinbtgm, tfolaffea, Kmuralgla,
Acn Teihkt, Omimreh,
Amttunm swtrf LMOrlmm
GIVE QUICK RELIEF
Applied exiornklly It afforrts lroo. la.
uul relict tmui ixtln. wLil. peru.AO.bt
rMulin are N'liv t-l.vtrxt by taking li In-l.'roil,-.
url(yln tha bluod, OIwoItIbs
lti poluuuu .uUtuo. uul rtikOTlfis U
trots Hit r tictu.
TEST IT FREE
If rem are suflerlng wlch Kheun'Sttsm.
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in lur s lrl.1 butu. t -LilorS." sad
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li twmOl ItiEliMATIO CUH COMMir,
' j Oipl eo, i.La..Slract,t aiMs
Tho recent action of the legis-
lature regarding the prohibition '
law has aroused the people to'
thinking seriously on the liquor
The question as to whether or
not the state could preserro its
financial stability in the event of
the saloon license being cut off,
is a matter of little consequence.
When one realises the enormity
of the wealth spent in a&loona
which would be transferred to
beneficial sources and the bene
fits to be derived from a com
munity in which there are no sa
loons, the idea of granting licen
ces seems preposterous. . .
Take for example, Kansas.
Granted that joints exist in that
state and no money is turned In
from the liquor traffic save by
fines, then notice that drunken
ness is not as great In that state
as in Missouri, especially among
the coming generation of men,
who are the hope of our country.
Missouri, even though a stato
in which licenso is granted, hvi
about 40 counties with local op
tion. This number is increasing.
Missouri is awakening to the
realization of this evil and in the
course of a few years, will take
action against it. If a score of
men could be saved through hav
ing no open saloons, it would do
more good than all the licenso in
the State of Missouri.
Frisco Time Table.
In effect Sunday, June 9, 1907.
No. 112, Paeaettfcer, 1Z.01 p. m.
No. 114, Mixed 4 30 p. tn.
No. 11.1, Mixed '.......9.30 a, n.
No. Ill, Paaecojrer 3.30 p. in.
No. 112 connect at Uaton with
day train for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connect at rknaanton
with fast trains for Texas aud Ok
lahoma points, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger for Kanitna City, arriving
at Kansas City 10.00 p in.
O. II. CONOTER, Alft.
Missouri Pacific Time Card.
NORTH BOUND. ST. I.OCIS AND K. C.
No. 208 Leaves 12 M p. m.
.4:M a m.
No. 210 Leaven...
No. 203 Ix-are
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that cough when you can curw It with
Uallnrd's llorehouad Syrup, aiuts
cure for t oughs. Ilronchltls, lufluan-
an. Croup aud Pulmonary Dlneaaes.
Uuy a hot t Is and try It.
11. It. laughter, ltjhalln, Miss.,
wrlten: "I have two children who
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renieOlen, hut I must say your Uorv
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Meeting Dales of Courts
Circuit court meets In Butler 1st
MomJay In February. May and
County court mectA 1st Monday tn
February, May, August and No
Probata court meets 2nd Monday
In February, May, August and No
Meeting of Township Hoard
First Wednesday alter first Tues
day In April.
First Tuesday after first Monday
Third Monday of November ol
each year at oflks uf the township
Friends and subscriber, to this
puper will confer a (svor upon ut
by ordering their legil notices
printed in this psper. They can
thm tee for themselves whether Ihs
notices art correct or not.
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