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Is Pc-runa Useful
Elioull t lirt of tbe inToikn'ji of IV
tuna bo submitted to aLj medical ex
pert, of whatever school or nationality,
l.s would be obliged to adait w ithout
terre that fftch one of then wsjcfuu
doubted value la chronic catarrhal (Ur
ease, and bad itocd the test of ;nnuy
years' experience In the treatment ol
tnch difOfues. THESE CAN t?. NO
DISPUTE ABOUT THIS VHIAT'
efT.cacionj and universally used berbal
remedies for catarrh. Eitry iigreiiot
cf Pernna has a reputation of iU owa
in the cure of tome phase of catarrh.
reran brin,-: to the home the COZI
BIKED KNOWLEDGE OF BLVEHAL
ECHC0L8 Of KXLICEirE in the treat
ment of catarrhal creases; brings to
the borne the scientific sLLU and knowl
edeof the modern pharmacist ; and lott
but nolleast,brin3 to the home the vast
snd varied experience of Dr. Eartraan,
In the use o f catarrh re modies, and in the
treatment of catarrhal disease
The fact is, chronio catarrh ii a dis
ease which is very prevalent Kany
thousand people know they have
chronio catarrh. They have visited
doctors over and ever again, and been
told that their case Is one of chronio
catarrh. It may be of the eom, throat,
longs, stomach or eome other Internal
organ. There it no doubt aj to the na
ture of the disease. The only trouble
li the remedy. This doctor has tried to
cure them. That doctor baa tried to
prescribe for them.
BUT THEY ALL TAILED TO
BEISO AST BELIEF.
Dr. Hartaan's idea is that a catarrh
remedy can be made on a large scale,
as he is making it; that it can be made
honestly, of the purest drugs and ol
the strictest uniformity. Ills idea is
that this remedy can be supplied direct
ly to the people, and no more be charged
for it than is recmary for the
handling of it.
Ko other household remedy to uni
versally advertised carries cpoa tho
label the principal active constituents,
showing that Pcruna invites the fall
Inspection of the critics.
Poor Pair.t is Expensive
If nrf ii tuh eiwiih to rc; i-it I i
rrcry ycr r t!ie p.-jvui
l I..1V1! jj a li.ir.je if f to rn.r,
t!.e fjuliiy of the piii.t u-rd mar cut
l.:i t y.iiv. Tut if it i iirit!.'c tu
i.t t!.e J aii.tii-.g l.-il! i!. n I n tii? Ir-t
anMHir.t poii .e f-r yrir. it it of the
u!irt iir.ruit tht rais.t !
rr.j.le v l'uit Whit Lcti a:,d the
brM of LiiimvvI OiL Tb'rr arc imita
titi( iii the ixm cf a!.ci.rl Mute
l-rJ, and thrre ar tu!titu!r in the
furm of retily prrparrj pir.tv.
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alxx'lutrljr pure, and the Dutih V'f
vn Ibe title 4 rry krg it jimr mt.
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Jcplin Motor Flr Wagon.
Jopllii, aej far uh Known, hat the?
only motor cur c.iuvitt i tnio a fire;
fltjIilliiR ni aratw. Bump time apo A.
C. WViiti, th motor rar ilrhir (iamry
OHfl.-ld call "Uio wild man froiri Mi
sotnl." rlKt:-il up a C0-gul!oii ehrmlea!
tank on an orJInury motor rnr frame-,
convert Inn a ijIk toiirln oar Into a
quick fire errvlro machine. A Ms i-!l
was rU'Kil In fro.it and t!i tnnchlne
riven to the city for a trial. 'I fi city
council naiiu-d a comtultU to iukoU
at for thee pure'liase of the ma
chine. It has bwu found almost lnili-IK-nnaMe
and since Its use was Iv-gun
tho ronlar honu? drawn apparatus has
not been used once, the motor car
bi-?.tlng; It always nntl exiltisulslilnj;
the blaze before th horses arrived.
Cot the Flvt Dollar.
A crary man walked Into a batik in
ProokfU-M, jKkd a revolvi-r In the
face of the cashleT. and demanded $5.
the amount was small and the pun vat
big, so the catlt r didn't argue?. This
so encouracfd the unbalanced man
that after leaving the baak he tried
the aame game on a Justice; of the
pt-ace. The justice preferred to keep
the money, however, and grappled
with the lunatic. The man Is now in
Jail, where he will Btar until bis men
tal condition can le Investigated. He
is said to be a descendant of royal; y
in Swedf n. t
New Missouri N. G. Officers.
Folk, at the request of Adjutant Gen
eral DeArniond. has commissioned
these officers of the National P'iRrd of
Mirsotirl: J. W. Allen, captain; Char
les DauRlaa, first lieutenant, and
Floyd Ganihill. second lieuter.ant cf
j Company K, SUth battalion of ln
j fautry, wilh rank from July 12; John
I C. Taussig, captain and commissary of
! the First rf-simoiit; E. M. Shankland,
first lieutenant, and Homer H. Martin,
I sectnd lieutenant of Company F, and
' Clyde ?e',ls, second lieutenant of
; Company H. ail of tee Second regi-
Work for Prof. Hyslop.
Prof. Hytiop should ko to Greene
county. At a recent burial there a
dove was released, as the custom of
the Woodmen of the World. Instead
of flying away, the bird fluttered about
and flt w down to the casket in the
Krave. The undertaker took It out
and aca'.n tunx-d It lxe. when it flew
straight to a twin sister of the dead
i young man and perched uin her hat.
She r moved it and it n sled on her
j p.rm until tVe tiok it home with her
i resolved to ke p It as lotsu as it lives
A Smithville Pioneer Dead.
I Charles liornecker. nr.. a i.luncvr
rei.n!eiit of i?ii:ithville. w.t found dead
j in b'J at the home of hi ton In law
j Mr. Huriitcktr Ininr!y owned the
propt-rty Uon which a hirte number
' of iic tif Snilthville now tand
I He wai one of th- I'le.nioUr of the
i Q'.liu-y. Omaha & Kansas City rail
j roc.d wl.n it was buiit throusht
I A Bjll Fight on Wheels.
I !i-c. r,t).v Motierly had a bull fltht
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'n K.-. . i lit- uiiiiiiiiii urir ui'i:i;
loadi d In a nil k oar w hen they befran
to fl:!.t. Their owner laved the
matador and tried to atop the battle,
but were plad to Bet out of the car
alive. The bulls were allowed to fiKht
until they became tired and quit, when
they were rehalti red and tied with
much KtroiiKer rope.
An Obliging Constable.
A Callaway county mail was arr-t-ed
fur Illegally aelllim liquor, but the
e!ill;l!iK constable nave, him permla
atou to carry aoine article Into his
house before khIiir to Jail. The con
Ktatile was a patient man and befor
he Rut tired of waiting the Jolntist had
potten out through a back door and
n-achid satety In the woods.
Reaped Where They Had Not Sown.
To Monruo county farmer are
puuN-d. One f ili.-tii found Ma bl.ie
Krana pasture overgrown with a tpieti
did crop of timothy, though no seed
had ! n nowed thereabout. The olh
rr cut a fin e crop if hay where nottv
had N- n planted The farm. r are
llli'!!iu-d to be IU ve the at;e of Kolvolii
ba r t'.irm-d.
Nearly Drowned Trying to Save Son
ltamind Cornwall. U ear old. imii
of one of tho bii mine outlet of
Aurora, wait drtiwned ill the lalv
j 1 1 II mtid nar hu father' hone. In
! atteiupiiio; to rescue I. Is b.iv, Mr. Corn-
Wall c.une lu-nr me-tlr.! diiiili. being
taken from the water In an iiiieou
j fihot Hi Little Brother.
Flojd Hackley, 11 years eiid. shot
' h!a brother il. nier. s )iar eiid. wl'.h a
j nedver. The ball tru k the l'y in
: the fare, but did not p'M lrate tl.e
j skull. Kloj 4 s ivs the hmtini was
aci-tovn:!, Hit Ms e-oin;ki,iion s:.y it
Brave Columbia Girl.
A team ran aay In Columbia with
an iH .Mr)ld clrl. Hh imlled at th
lliu anl euirt bridle broke. Still the
mil atisnl (-it. shoutlnx to i-o 1 In
the stre. t. -Get eut of tho wu! Get
out eif the Way!" tine of tho horse
fell and th ulrl leaped frtn the
wauou and aeiicd the etlnr by the
brid'.o U-foi other fci lp catue.
A Galena Clrl Drowned.
Mlt Ceille Matthew, 1 year edd.
rf Celt ua, was liruwiied In Ihv Jainen
Lawrence County' D ittinctlon.
The reneiwned Lawrciife cjunt)
Sunday hoed map which turn nhlhii
ji In the cfi'intriei, e,f hurop and wa
tt pride of the Ameriom deleeate at
the l.'v.t World Sunday arTu,! con
Eli at J- ruhah en has Just under
Koi'.e ltd annual revision. For year
l.awrine county ha led a?l conn tie
of the t t.ited S'.ates In the Sunday
school woik, and the t.,atiilea now
belns collected show that her rteord
remains I:: tact and ber place as the
banner county cannot be questioned
This condition i the re-.tilt of syt m
atic and Intelligent plwtis Mh have
covered r:.nny years and whhh Lave
Ikh n followed by inteiiitenl men and
women who are Intensely eJevoied tx
the work. I'.riefly FtaJed, there if
a Sunday rchoeri within rvach ef every
home, being a schoo' In every rural
public school dittrlet and Bimet!liiet
two or more. There are CO public
school tlstrlcts out of one hundred in
which every home is connected wlh
a Sunday srhoei! and two where every
person is conne-cud. Two whole
townships have every heme conne-ctcd
and over 30 homes in the rural pari
of the county, with every member ol
the home niomtteni of the Sunday
schools. Out of a population of 31,0'X
In the county the enrollment In the
Sunday schools is S.SCO, the largest
percentage of any county in the
I'nlted States. In 1S72, two years af
tor the county association was on;an
lzd. the; first county nia;j was made
and In lVi the present map waf
Ftarted. It is made of muslin and l
3x15 feet. The scale Is four Inchet
to the mile. It has been exhibited in
more religious gatherings the world
over than a-:y ether insp la t-zistence
The New Court Building.
The con. mission which has la
charge the re-ctlon of the rt Jti
pre:i! cou-t buildin? met at Jefferson
City and inspected the new building
which is altncst finished. Judge W.
C. Marshall, ex-ntpreme Judge, c'aalr
Oian of the commlBS'hin, has had direct
supervision of the work of construc
tion. He was present as was Mr. Hill
of the Hill-O'Mears Construction com
pany of St. Ixiuis. the contractors, snd
Mr. Mariatn. the architect. The con
tractor a mured the commission that
the building wuuld le ready for oc
cupiincy by September 1. This will
give the J.idge of the rewirt and the
clerks seimethlng more than a month
to move into the new quarters be'fore
the n;e eting of the October term of the
court. October 9. The Joint commit
tee of senators and repress, ntatlves
appointed at the jH Ie.siniature to
audit the accounts tr be ps Id out of
the special appropriation for tie
bulldir.!:. ban taken no actlen yt.
The contractors have ndvanc.-d the
money to linlhh th work, and the ap-p!-.'.r!n:t
:y of $:i:.e"'i is lyir.s; in the
Judje Hawlsy cf Manhall Dead.
JuiUe Ct.:;r'en M. Haw ley, 71 years
old, died at Ir.a house in Matha!l of
heart disease. Judge Haw ley was
lejrn in Ne w York and remove-d to St.
Iouis In the early 'C"s whre he stud-le-d
law r.nd was ndmitu-d to the
bar In lM'.j. He thea came to Saline
county and taught achcxil several
year In connection with his law prao
tic. In 1S70 he was elected juhtice
of the -ace of Marha!! township
which jeitiein he has held continu
uusly stnc that time. In.ltfOi be was
also flecte-d to the o!tlin of police
Judge of this city which ee.liion he
held at the time of hi death in con
nection with the office of Justice of
the pi aee.
61 Deal In Lima.
Ived tiled convening all the hold
ings of the Ash Grove White I.lme a
Koctatioti to H e Ash Grove I.ime and
Tort land Cement ceuiiatiy. The old
Ash tireive concern owned 19 lime
Vi'.r.S in A;-!l tiro'e. Galloway, Kver
ton, GreiltfielJ and Cartha. The
t!ev company l lncorMirated under
the ht of Maine, and Is capitalized
William Jewell Alumni.
Tho it. Ixiula a'.umtil of William
Jewel! colli gel haee been holding their
2eth annual u.e.iiu in Gut city. The
two eiuleot graduate of the college' J
pKk. nl wi re T. W. Tate, of IajuU,
and John It Mimn1, of Klrkwood, who
were Kraduate St) year ago. A reo
lutioii p;.-i!,'lm; acltance In ralKiug
the million duiiar endowment fund
One cf Seining Party Drown.
II. W. King wiii drowned lit Huff's
lake, foar mile north ef Marshall.
Mr. KtnK left M.irnha'1 w uh a lserty
to Kiltie dt rt:ig t.he im;ht. Hu com
pa.ii.i.n fotiiij las K dy tl.e ii-xt Uioru-
The Wether cf Eighteen Cead.
Mrs. I'.ivu, 'uati. wite e.f J. hu H.
I're.Nnrui e.f Je.'ferr.o') city died re
rei tlv. Mie wa .'" year old and the
im ;)'. r of In e l itdren, IT of wl.ur.i
li J t-.i 1 1 gtove n.
An I'rportant Cat Settled.
At Libert v a ! phono -ii,aue
w tkii.au d.sf ' uid l;in alone, the'
ld,w..;k lu front f the hHu of a
w.u.iau e.f that p'.a.'e and the kited the
company f r ela!tiai;v. wluutui; the
suit in tho cucult tMurt- An appeal
a tnki t the ninni court, but
the eon:;r.y lest there. The
rae in tni;-vu tai.t. rk It will .itii the
piv ii ity r!h; In tu--.- go'wlim at"!i.i
the a: l .. s aud the n'u nf t le-
l h.'l.e AI.J COUlJii.Ule to du UitB
waiting ro thc r.n.
Vounsvter Had Reason t Enpect
'Sartttthinj WoulJ rtapren."
An f'ld c till'iaiti. rather j -r.r ' y and
'! In '.i:ew.at yo'Kh'ul a i t f
LV.I.l itniy f.t.r,fl, tm a here1) in
tt ,r-J")lt tfce day, r;at-) the
Woman's Home Com'snhja.
VV,t's the mutter, sor.nyr f e
Si-kc-d a small urrhia who lay e. thf
Bras Juf arrets the walk ani ared
Intently. -Why doo't yuti co atd
"Oon't wanter," th Viy rephe-d.
"liut it is Cot nsMi.'sl," the ,,
Ge-nsn !f!e-!( -j.;t a .,T t1 r,
quiet. s ty don't ye.-u ruin mU.xsl V
"Oh, Ira j!iit wauic'," tbe little fel
low answered- 'Tni Junt awaltin t::i
you jret c;. A man painted that
bt'iua aboLt C.'teta E;inut.-i a;o.
TWO SISTERS HAD ECZEMA.
Cut'cura Cured Scalp Troubles cf
Two Illinois Girl Another S:s
ter Took Cuticura Pills.
"I must c've much. jra'.s to aT! the
Cuticura Remedies. I Uaed but one
cake of Cuticura Soap and one box tf
Cuticura Ointment, aa that was all that
was required to cure cy disease. I
was very much troubled with eczema
cf the bead, and a friend of mine toll
me to use the Cuticura Remedie.
which I Cld, acd aa glad to say that
they cured my eczema entirely. My
sister was also cured of eczema of the
head by using the Cutienra Reiaedita
Another sister baa used Cuticura R
solent and Pills and thinks they are
a splendid tnnlc. Misa Edith Harr.mer.
R. V. U. No. . Morrison. 111., Oct- J, OC."
In Ms will Stephen Swaia cf the
parish of St. Oiave, Souibwark. Eng
land, gave to Jchn AbUot and Mary,
his wife, elxpenc-e each, "to buy for
c-ach cf them a tailor, for fear the
therlfTs should tot be provided."
JoLn AyWtt Stow left the futn cf
Cve guineas f.i.r the purchase of the
ptcture of a Tiper biting the hand cf
tie rcfcucr, to be prcsen'.ed to an cntl
cett K. C. ss a rrn-iacVr cJ "Lis la
Bratitude and insolence."
The extraordinary popularity cf fina
white g'yods this sumaier makes the
choice of Starch a matter of great im
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
frotn all Injurious chemicals. Is tk
only one which Is safe to use oa fine
fabrics. Its great strength as a stiffener
ciakes half the ut ual quantity of Starch
eecc-jsary. with the result of perfe-ct
finish, equil to that when the gooeia
Aa e;ld brick laltoratory in Mldi!
tewn. Ce;nn, which wa torn down
Saturday, has beta jut to maay users
since Its crei-tlon in !?:;. Originally
It wai a g unhousv, but It has sincej
been used as a luifpfta). cn eating
house, a earj eater shop, an icc-hoa-,
r. I aa tlectrka! Iab,ratery.
Ho who is fise to the present dutt
breaks a thread ia the Uk iu. and
C::d the faw when he may have
furgoltca the causes. Henry WajJ
lie 11 her.
If vou k ih l-sn! i'u!. elear, hite clothea
um- J;d t iu. Liue. Lai 2 ox.
pi. Lage, 3 ecu:.
What is clviliiation? I answer, the
power of pood women. Kmersen.
Schnapps Tobacco is Hade ENTIRELY from Flue Cured
Tobacco Grown in the Piedmont Country.
The Imitation Brands Have Schnapps
Quality Only On the Outside
Of the Plug
Hunilrc'ls of imitation brant!? arc
cn sale that look like 'Schnapps to
bacco. The outside of the imitation
pluj;s of tobacco is Hue cured the same
as Schnapps, but the inside is tilled
with cheap, llimsy, heavily sweetened
air cured lob acco One chew of
Schnapps will satisfy tobacco hunger
longer than two chews of such to
bacco. The color, sire and shape
of the tags, plugs and packages of
certain imitation brands cf tobacco
have been made so
Schnnrps that thev have
accepted by buyers under
uku iney were getting
riumciont proe't lias been s
. ...lfi .1. r . .1
u. Ls;.iou-;i me laci fua certain
brands are infringements and in it
lation of the trade mark laws, vet tho
trade will continue to
upon by these infringers
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J. J. REYfJOLDG TODACCO C0r.!PAr;Y, cv-t
7 l fs'TTl
FHr "". '3 f'r. --r ft
wii ft t,w, c r::i'b of
r eMraeti.er.f V, tit way ty
a-e ivir,-:-.re.l, th.s t. w in a
ir.sr.rr to ehr, (f..;r tc -:; N?
ty. I?'! !jn;."!tj o-.:d
ly satU'a'to'y jf irci'r 'r-.-'.'t) was i
Eleo Ut jre.5rr. t!:e f'vt -er.Vi
t'.iK fA P'Sfh, WhI'h In -.--.', y. j
a'-'-gb '$ sttjeti, wit.Est tl: '-,:. jf '
the ; ''!. Try Ier.aiace f-'rh atd I
ou wi:l t ;- a k'.'y e-j.-prlwd t t
ti.;roved ppre cf Ji,-t cfi.
The b trr'jr t.-:l the tr-e e.f a
TV "3 ke ! '- .f '
tfc;!d s rr'.'h' r, and wi-.H to fait
I.'it when ;te Cp bi t'e .;
:nin chimed la he ejuit rik!6? ad
te,,k a LeaJer tLra'! tt wSriow.
your wife as y:i love yctr
-;ul; b:it stake tr as j'.i wj.'A
sfcike a $,!ura tree Rjrt.aa lrrrt.
ALeLOHOL 1 Hi t tir
ficss art tesfcozzz s rroe
NotNakcotic. 'cl '-
A nprSrrt Rmr dv for CrJca
I tort . Soar S 3Drack.Darr2ea
ru-ss arel Lo ssotSoxf.
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wa MSrvs mmj-. w. -
Fyswrt Copy of Wr;pef.
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the belief in the famous i'ledmont region, re-
reel any otlierand has a u ho!eM:tu stim-
until the suit
J reetc"wr IT.t Vea'i C i.
r.';-r i-i ('- w
i fj-.e V.'r.t .t .'.. of tho '..
j ,.r e:.ut,, ,
! 4.-5, aj.ilrerja.-y u; J sr.
W. N. U, Ki4t City. ea. Jt. "X
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Tfts Kind Yen fa
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Mt 11- tu ' - u a jj 11 i' :i i. 1 j u 1 .- i
UWMM rmm in. mmm
already entered and now pending to
protect Schnapps is decided. A
great many of these imitations arc
claimed to be "just as good" as
Schnapps, but there is only one gen
uine Schnapps. Ie sure the letters,
on the tag, and stamped on the plug
under thJ tag spelt S-C-I I-N-A-IM'-S
and then you have it the most
wholesome tobacco produced, with
jut enough sweetening to preserve
the mild, juicy, stimulating tpiahty of
the leaf tobacco. I:pcrt tests pro e
t'.ae cured tobacco, crown
takes Ic-s sweetenin s than
ulatmg. sati-t lag trVect on chewcrs.
It t!ie tobacco you arc chewing
don't satisfy you uu re th.an the mere
habit of expectorating, stop tov!ir.g
yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco
u. Winston-Calem, f', C