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A Butler Dog Story.
A lIUlo Incident showing Hip fidel
ity of dot; to bin mater ocrnrn-d
in llHtlt-r recently according to a local
JiHnt. Juki about dark a f.irm-r paxn
In K al'K ll)" went aide of the square
accidentally dropped from hi wneuti
a sack of rorn. Ilia (1k. a black
and while beast, half bull do and the j
ou.t-r 11.1. i Juki idlu cl.. aw th
tack fall, and Instead of continuing
on with the waiton stopped and took
up a position whew he could watch
It. Ho stayed there all nlxht, and
when the morning earn he wag still
on duty. Some one on th west Bide
cf the square, noticing with what
faithfulness he Iliad kept his vUll,
pave him a good breakfast, and when
his master came for the mick he ex
hibited evidences of great Joy.
For his pride's sake it is to be
hoped Ilaron Munchausen did not nee
this in the MeU Times: "A Ilacoa
township farmer had been bothered
for week w ith a large flock of black
birds. Seeing them perched on bis
barn one morning he ran to the hoime
for his shstgun. Quickly proceeding
to load It he discovered that he waa
out of shot. Grabbing up a paper of
tacks, he poured the contents Into
the gun. and then hurrying to the
barnyard he turned both barrels loose
at the Book. Imagine his surprise
when he found that he had tacked
every last one of the birds to the
barn roof. While calling his wife to
aee what a good shot he had made, he
was again surprised to see the fl'ck
of birds fly off with the roof."
Clinton After State Encampment.
The plan for securing a permanent
encampment grounds for the Missouri
National Guard is under advisement
and a committee of officers from the
national guard expects soon to visit
Clinton to inspect such sites as may
be offered for the annual state en
campment. The Clinton people are
ready to offer several sites which they
believe will fulfill every requirement.
The requirement of greatest Import
ance Is the securing of a site that
will permit of a good rifle range, a
range about 200 yards wide and 1.000
yards long. Transportation facilities
anj a rifle range are the requirements
which the committee Is trying the
hardest to solve.
Died at Hi Daughter' Door.
Frank Mover of St. lxuls fell dead
In the dooryard at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. O G. Morrow In Spring
Jeid. His death was caused by heart
disease. He was the oldest engineer
tn point of service on the St. Ixiuia,
Irou Mountain ; Southern railway.
He had been In the employ of that
tf.ad for 3T, years. He was CI years
old and survived by his widow and
five children. Mr. Mover was presi
dent of the Mojer-Morrow Manufac
turing company in Springfield, manu
facturers of men's furnishing god
He had been here on a visit with his
laughter for the last three weeks.
The body was sent to St. I-ouia for
To Walk From Joplin to Springfield.
From Joplin to Springfield on fool
Is the novel trip planned by the boy
department of the Joplin Y. M. C. A.,
nlue youngster having signified thett
desire to make the Journey. J. S.
(iravelle. Instructor of the boys' de
partment, I to accompany the young
pedestrians and the Start 1 to h
made during the Christmas holiday,
an entire week to be consumed In
the round trip Journey. The dis
tance between the two cities Is alniut
90 mile, and Mr. Gravelle believe
that SO mile can be coveri-d each day.
An Enterprising Parson.
The Nat lor Advoate tel! of an en
terprising parson: "Rev. Kakers last
Tuesday morning hied himself to the
tall aud uncut timber with a cross
cut saw and other tools needed In
getting out logs. It wa the com
mencement of the new M. K. church
for this city, and those who were o
ready with their "It can't be done,
will now have to sit tip and take no
tice, for Rev. Fakers I going to get
out the log and have tnem sawed
up Info lumber with which to erect
the new church edifice."
"Wets" Carry Independence.
Independence went "wet" In the
local option election by a majority of
K6. The total vote was l.Siil, which
Is the largest ever polled In the his
tory of the city, although In a special
election the vole is usually liht. Of
the votes cast 6J4 were "dry" and
1,010 were "wet." Of the four wards
of the city, only oae, the Fourth, cast
a "dry" majority. This Is attributed
to the letter luy Saints, who are
very numerous In that ward and are
strongly against the liquor tr-irtlc.
A Child Burned to Death. ,
The three-ycarold son of Kveral
Sculilngs, who live ton mile north
of llotdeti, wa burned to death re
cently. It If supposed that while the
Child was alone a puff of fire from
the iloxe Ignited hi ulght gown.
A Bride cf 17 a Suicide.
Mr. Frederick Surrase. a 17)ear
nld bride. Committed Suicide at her
home near Carthage by drinking car
bollc acid. lU-r friends attribute her
art to emotlouat Insanity, Intensified
by readme chiap novel.
Some Interesting Facts.
The Columbia llertld has compiled
some very Interesting facts as to the
"first" happening In the state. Ac
cording to the Herald: The Arm Hap
tint niltili-ter to preach in MIhhoutI
was the Itev. John Clark, who came to
the territory in 17HS. The first Meth
odint church In MIkhoiiM was built in
St. Uiuis in ISJij. The first fresh)
terlan congregation In Missouri. Con
cord church, was organized at Ilelle
vuc settlement, Washington county,
August 2, 1816, by the Rev. Bamuel
GlddlngH. The flrSt Protectant par
ish organized In Missouri was at SL.
lxiiiis in IS 19. The first presbytery
of Missouri was organized In 1817.
The first ordination in Missouri was
that of the Rev. V. 8. Lacy, a :e
byterlan minister, March, 1824. The
first Kaptist association in Missouri
was founded in 1S16. The first Cath
olic parish was org.-uilied in Mis
ouri at St. I,oula in 1770. Tre first
Bible class west of the Mississippi
river waa organized In 1S17 In Wash
ington county. Mo. The first preach
ers of the Christian church in Mis
souri were Klders Thomas McBride
and Samuel Rogers, who came to Mis
souri In 1819. The first Christian
churches of Missouri were organized
in Callaway, Hoone and Howard coun
ties between lS2i and 1830. The first
presbytery of the Cumberland Presby
terian church west of the Mississippi
was organized In Pike county In 1820.
The first Lutheran church was or
ganised In St. Louis In 1829. The first
settlement of Mormons In Missouri
was In 1831 In Jackson county. The
first duel In Missouri was fought on
an island near Ste. Genevieve, be
tween Rice Jones and Shadrach liond
In 1801. The first veto by any gov
ernor of Missouri was by Governor
Lates vetoing an act forbidding duel
ing and providing a whipping post as
a penalty. The first liquor legisla
tion In Missouri was an act of March
lit, 1S0.'. which fixed the license for
keeping tavern at $23. The 'first luna
tic asylum In Missouri wi.s estab
lished at Fulton In 1847. The first
magazine published In Missouri was
the Catliolic Cabinet and Chronicle of
Rellglou!! intelligence, published at
St- Louis In 1843. The first beer
made In Missouri was at Hellofon
talne In IS 40. The first tobacco fac
tory started iu Missouri waa at St.
Louis in 1817.
Didn't Deserve It.
At the county farm a few months
ago an old woman, broken with age
and fe ble and bent with years of toil
was taken Sn and given the necessi
ties of life. Her story of how she had
bet n cast off by relatives was pitiful
In the extreme. Her husband hal
been a soldier at the time of his death
nine jears ago; she applied for a pen
sion, but it was not until a short time
aso that hhe found that her patient
waiting had been rewarded by an al
lowance of fl.Ou? back pay. She bad
become more feeble and worn, how
ever, and was unable to appreciate
her good fortune. It was not long us
til she died. It was soon after her
death that "coals of fire" were
heaped upon the heads of those who
had cast her out In the time when she
was dertltute of friends and projierty
and bad left her homeless and penni
less. It was found that the sum of
money which bad been left at the
poor woman's death waa to go to
those relative who would do nothing
for her tn the time of her most urgent
need. Joplin News-Herald.
Stat Blue Book Out.
The official state manual, "blue
book for 19e7 and 1908. Issued by
Join K. Swanger, secretary of state.
contains much historical matter not
previously published In the manual.
Among other things the names of all
the congressmen who have repre
sented Missouri In the lower house of
congress since 1520 are Included. A
list of the members of the various
constitutional convention held by the
state and all of the various legisla
tures, with some historical fuels, fur
nishes Information that heretofore It
w very dlfllciill for anyone to se
cure. The first legislature had 17
senator and 40 representatives. The
preseut legislature ha 34 senator
and 143 representative, la the first
legislature Howard and Cooer. then
the most thickly settled counties In
the state. hd three senator. No
one senator represents Howard. Coop
er, Camden Moniteau and Morgan
counties, but none of the thu-e coun
tie last named existed In 1S20.
Oregon County' Ex-Clerk Indicted.
A special grand Jury In Oregon coun
ty ha Indicted Joseph It. Johnson, ex-
county clerk, fi shortage In hi ac
count. Johnson's term of office ex
plred last January. He ha been coun
ty clery for 20 years. The committee
that examined the books reorted a
shortage of $3,500. Suit will be
brought against Johuatou' bondsmen
(or tbl amount.
Miourlans and Hot Biscuit.
Walter William laud another no
ble Missouri Institution: "Hot bl
cult 1 one reason for preferring Mis
souri Indeed It Is several. Itrvad I
the staff Of life. Man may live on
toast, crackers, cornhreud. cruller
anything Into which cereal enter a
the chief constituent. Mere living,
however, doe not satisfy the Mtsaou
rlan. He tuslst on hot biscuit
Three time a day I bt accustomed
average, though by the perversity of
cook he does Dot always attain the
NEW STRENGTH FOR OLD BACKS.
No Need te Suffer Every Day from
Mr. Joannnh Straw, CIS North
Broadway. Canton, a. I)., says: "For
three years I suf
with rheumatlpm in
my lln'ibs and a
dull, ceaseless ach
trig In my back. I
was weak, languid,
broken with head
a 1ns and dizzy
spells, and the kid
ney secret Ions were
thick with (olid.
I was really In a
critical condition when I began with
Doan's Kidney Pi:!n, and they certain
ly did wonders for me. Though I am
81 years old, I am as well as the
average woman of 10. I work well,
eat well and Fleep well."
Sold by all dealers. f0 cerjfs a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., tfuffalo, N. Y.
HAD NO DOUBT OF HIS FATE,
Mr. Jerome Evidently Was Aware cf
Hi Wife' Culinary Ability.
Soma weeks ago the wife of Juifge
Blank, of Pac ific avenue, lost her cook,
and since she had no other resource
she rolled up her eleoves and for a
week provided such meals as the judge
bad not enjoyed since those happy
days when the Plank did not keep a
cook. The judge's delight wa so great
that by ay of appreciative acknowl
edgment he presented Mr, lilank
with a beautiful ermine cloak. Quite
naturally, the incident was a good
deal noised about among the social
acquaintances of the Planks and a
plrit of envious emulation was de
veloped In certain quarters. It was In
this mood that Mrs. Jerome recited
the story to her husband. "What do I
get, Jerry?" she aBked. "If I will do
the cooking for a week?" "Well,"
said Mr. Jerome, "at the end of a
week, my dear, you'll get one of those
long crepe veils." San Francisco
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory If the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness. It Is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty r.nd fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying;
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as It can be applied
much more thinly because of its great
er atrenglh than otter makes.
Riley and th Weather.
While going to the office of his pub-
Usher on a brlftht morning la Septem-
ber, James Whitcomb Riley met. what
seemed to him. an unusually Urpe
number of his acquaintances who
made the conventional remark about
the weather. This unremitting ap
plause pleased and amused Mm. When
Rreeted at the office with "Nice day,
Mr. Klley,' he stopped at the door and
answered drtilly: "Yes yes I've
heard it very highly epoken of."
A little fun.
A Utile play.
A little latiKlifrr
Iy by day.
A Utile IkmjI
And we'll confess
A little bit of waywardness
A little rrlrf
A llttW woe
A duwn the later
Year we go.
A little love.
A IMtl- strife,
A deal of hop
And tbl i life.
Corps In No Hurry.
Hcspect I due to the man on hi
last Journey to the cemetery, and the
New York cabman who was making
for the Central station fchowed the
proper feeling In driving for some dis
tance along the procession without
trying to crocs It. Hut at lat he
could contain himself no longer.
Turning hi horno across (he bears,
he said. In a cabman's whisper: ' U'k
'ere. my fare la a 'utry, an" your
Man and Wife Fatten tn Crape-Nut.
The notion that meat Is n-esnary
for real strength and the foundation i
of oMd flchh Is ho longer as prevalent
Kxct-Hsive meat eateis are usually
sliiPKish. a part of the time Ixtuuse
they are not able to fully ditet their
food, and the undigeitcd portion 1
changed Into what U practically a
kind of poImici that acts ui-on the
bhHid aud nerves, thus getting all
through the sytem.
"I wa a heavy meat eater," write
an 111, man, "and up to two yeats
ago, was In very poor health. 1 suf
fered with indigestion so that I only
weighed f5 pounds.
"Then I heard alniut Grape-Nuts and
decided to try It. My w ife laughed at
me at first but whea I gained to Ki
IhiuihU and f' lt so fine, she thought
he would eat GrapeA'ut ttK.
"Now she Is fat and well aud bat
stained 40 pounds We never have in
digestion any more and seldom feel
the desire for meat. A neighbor ef
ours, ii years o!J, wa tnuM--d with
Indigestion for years; wa a heavy
meat ef.tcr, and now since he has been
eating Drape Nut regularly, he nay
he I well and never ha indication
I could name a lot of persons w ho
have really been cured of indlgentloti
by changing from a heavy ineat diet
to drape Nuls " "1 herv a Keanun "
Name riven by lutuiu Co, liattle
Head the little bowk, "The Ko4 to
W ellMiie'' lu J kg.
C0HTAG10N k QUESTION CF
Elnks, drain, eating; and rooHr.g
titer,;!. rk room linen and f!oth:ti
frequently carry the lr-d'-d d!s-a-giTtn
unnoticed by the bouwhold.
Thorough and hygienic cleansing I
the best afurd against Infection.
nd urh a af'-ruard 1 fo'jnd In the
universal household necessity liorai.
This simple preventive carries tn it
self, disinfecting; qualities which ea
ter the fabric or act npin the nl-)'
to be cleansed In a hygienic manner.
ellrilTiating every unwholesome prop
erty, rendering it contagion-proof,
while at the same t!ae Boraz it cf
ifr'f at harnlt an $a!t.
Unlike most disinfectants which de
pend upon their strength of odor or
barir.fu! to tbe stem qualities, to ar-
rf st or prevent contagion. Borax is
Nature's remedy, being easy to ob
tain and easy to arply, a simple so
lution In hot water being all the app:i
catlon ccecsra.T ad rcq-.i!.-;n; co
prescription, it can be obtained f.-oa
ar:y grocer or drupri:t la convenient,
economical houM-hold packages.
In addition U ItR disinfecting quail
ties. Borax Is' especially a household
necessity, and can be used for soften
ing water, cleansing and whitening
clothes, clearing the skin, whi'eniisg
hands, makes an excellent dandruff
remover and can be used on the finest
laces or most delicate fabrics without
injury, whlie as an adjunct to the
bath It removes all odor of perspira
tion and leaves the skin soft and Tel
ety. Preacher's Comforting Remarks.
At an evening prayer meeting In a
Maine Tillage the senior deacon,
Dominicus Jordan, arose to make ap
propriate scriptural remarks about
the death of the late Miss Simpkins.
In conclusion the deacon said: "I re
spected Miss Simpkins, the members
of this church respected Miss Simp
klos. the citirens of this town re
spected Miss Simpkins. but now she's
dead and gone to the Lord, and the
scripture s&Jth. 'The Lord Is no re
specter of persons." Exchange.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Vf taru pp:letlrw. m tbr c&as. Trk ts
Me4 -nwa etf J rr 1 atn ! mmr
curv d.-&Joe.siid lH It by f-mt'laouaa rein'M
lkrAfbeM la au4 bj mm HifaT.e4 ciio vt XS4
kjucu ilofEtc vt tM EosatbiM Tn.
lul m 1ofian.4 T" ti e ruffit'.lt Kanavf mi-rff-c(
bArlti. Sb4 ba It l eul'tr j l-a lMt
w I th rvuit.au4 uium tb iclajn -nal )- can l-e
t&Ses ut &a4 lit tut rtCirtf u s .-raiA c ajdl
lion. brlDjr !il S sptnT4 f mr: B'&r nt
out (.f tea a- riawj Sv i.;r-s. vt;rh I. noc'iij;
Stfl fta U:.!l.e4 0ttV4l 4 lb r g c t. wcr1mrt
W e r' v on ii ii .txt ttsj c&w of
tv'u.t Utae4 IT t .i.-ti mat run to rra
tliibi lClUfraCui. ?-rM ?rrj.Ti tr.
f J Cht.hVLO.,IwU.
Ua. a i ao.r ftJT cijcutJctUA
Truthful Boast. .
A party of traveling men In a Chi
cago hotel were one day boasting of
the business done bv their res:ective
,., wh(n on f the drummers said:
; ..No hoiJse , ,he Cfntry. I am proud
i , K... v.. mor. and women
pushing its line of poods thaa n.irie."
j "What do you sell?" he was ask"d.
j " Haby carrlaEes!" shouted the drum
mer, as he ilea Irom tue room. suc
The extraordinary popularity of fine
white pxm1s this summer makes the
choice of Starch a matur cf great im
portance. Ih-fiance Starch, being free
from ail Injurious chemicals. Is the
only one which Is safe to use on fine
fabrics. Its sreat strength as a ;i!Ten
er make half the usual quantity of
Starch necessary, with the result of
perfect finli.h. equal to that when the
goods were new.
Burglar on to th Job.
Purglar (routing the sleeping; head
of the family "Don't move or I'll
hoot! W'har' your money hid?" Head
of the Family i struck by a bright
thought) "It In the pocket of my
wife' dress." liurglar "That- ail
j rl.h, l n jug. ,ake lhe dreaa.
Important to Mother.
Fxamine careluily every bottle of
C.VSTOK1A a ife and sui-e remedy for
Infanta and children, and - that It
Hear, the .
Signature of (jU'fl&&UX
In Vse For Over :tt Years.
The Kind You Have Always Ikmght.
Fatalities Among Seamen.
lVath from accident among s-a
men number f3 er 10.000, five time
higher than In "dangerou occupa
tion." Lemon, Chocolate and Custard Pie.
i It di-r not ri'.juirr" n rxr-nrnseit cook
'. to muke .kh1 (. from "ol K-I'tl-.." Jual
pr.M-r r.Kl Uu of oil ll-.tri .-nla
; r in tlte t-a a.K r'-a!v f.r lnkm--tiat
, uim.. At ttriN-t n W it mi -r yu. a a-a. a
: OrJer a ( w p. kt" t-day.
j Never tell e 11 of a man. If you do
i not know- It for certainty, and If you
J know It for a certainty, thou ak your
j self. "Why shou'd I tell It?" Ijixater.
FITS. St. Yitua lXano nd a'! Xmois
l.ara p--mll utl lurrd t'V IV. Ki:nr
tin-at Netve lir-'.oivr. NnJ !. r Ktw KM
trial Knttle ml tnt:. Ir. K. H K..iw,
IA., Vl Area M-. UiU.U 1( h . IV
America 1 the land of the free,
where one n:ut pay for everything
1T ioii. xiH ( I iitiir.
I a K.-.I a IU1I iiae an.i i.si Ibaw
whit AU inxrn. "v. f kaw.
A man iuut stand iect, u.4 be kept
ervct by other. 3d a reus Aurr;lu.
Thl I. I i II K .'' 1,'ilMMl l
IW v iC a. W K I Ito Sf
There are cmutl rad
Bide to the srave. Cicerxv
Suiilru l-.ave tn aI t.-r Ijii'
lioittr i.r to iti-t it. iMr ii
la Mia' tailiili. I'v-Wha, til.
Wl'h old ace come th kro W!
of loot vi poi ( .u.iliv
CUT THIS OUT.
Fin Rtc:pe for the Quick Cur ef
Cough n4 Ceid.
M'.i half frtti'n cf Cr.renlated oil
of pSni w!"h two ounce of g'ycTise
and Va?f a pint t;f fir A wblnky; ke
i-!l earn time arid oe la 6 rwt of a
teapro:.f'.il to a laM-yafol ery
ThS 1 the formula prescribed) ly
the renowned throat and Jur.c jee al
ts t who ej'a'uVxbed the tar.np for va
sunr.ptiv In Ike pine wood of Kaiee
ar.d ifi'itf remarkable C!i? attracted
w Id.-r;red attention m.t.g the Rad
ical fraternity. He de'lar- tl.t It
will heal the lungs and care any
cough that Is curable and will break
up sa acu'e ro'd la 14 hoMrs. The I
grediect can be secured from aay
pret-cr1pion drogglet at a troail cost
and 1 easily mixed at bcrte.
Pe sure nrt to bay the orl'.Eary
buik oil cf ilte Bt-r patent medicine
Imitations, a they wi;i t.rodaoe nas-
ea. The real "Concentrated" oil of ioe J
Is a product of the laboratories of tbe
Globe Itarscacfutif al Co, Dayton.
Ohio, and Is g-yaracV-r-U ucder tte
National Pure Fool and Drug act. It
ecmea put op for medicinal tu is
half-ounce rial enclosed la tia srew
top cases which protect H from heat j
"What doe old Eynier ttse a cj h
register for? He's the ot'.y j-erscra in
his place cf business that hard'r a
cent of the money."
"I know It, but old EyDjpr on"t
trust even himself."
Use the tt. Thst's why they boy P-d
Cross liU t.iut. At kadjrj grxxvn, i cent.
Thy s-jm of duty let two words con
tain Be humble and be just. Horace.
rm (TRi n ix e to it hat.
PA7o l 'IN I V knt tt rjniriu lornw trT mmm
of ivti u. h. td K--: T -r -fu i'.ja iM
Insomnia Is one of the Infant ail
ments that is contagious.
Lewis" Single Binder Ciirar Via a rirh
tJiste. Your deaier or Lewis' Fartory,
A crack is a person who thinks you
are a crank.
-r y k ' Sk READ ERS nr
t 1 9 I I 1 I W ' mmmmmmm trr MltrMK
r Jf tfT - I)atUtf vJ taOUl'
.;. 'iUi' ill r - l miT
I- , 'iV1 f - 1 HAIB BALSAM
I t ' . . V ' I '. . " f 1 la..-- r-t-
F & : i . t . i-e rj ja l.J fc-wflvana ?i
f -t-J'-i CVi T. '' ' .- ' I aa rnrr.. c-If
h 'TeK I Us8E!ILcngCiS:n:8T!:;I::-s
c5."Guar2 the speeoy way.
wTTTlTrKan.,. City, No. 50. 1907. ",1"". TSXpZl'$ tjS WalST
Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells
are easily distinguished from other makes, which
equal them neither in quality cor repute uon.by the big
Wat auaa aaa. ia c a. Mr. eaw.
which appears on every packace of Winchester
goods. The big red VY is to guns and ammunition
what the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world
over. Therefore, for your own protection tvlway
Look for the Big Red 17"
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. IAm ujr MMa aaaaa'Ma. ( . ,4-cp '- S
fata) ayjxslat. iT aaW J V J J
mJ.m lit aanxv aurlatM mf V : - - '
! JT o fWmd aw- vaAaaat AaM aWejr ar. v. V
I W a (aka mvij (w-WJLa U3
1 $ S Oft tism
. I- lc"-a r-fciaa
iriii iu. w
a;il-. K .4 t-r lh M .V a.rr. i ' I Ihm !.-- a-'f ha
NO MORE MUSTARD
Tn! EC-iN'TiFiC -NO k.';iS
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
FEFPEK IT-ANT TAKEN
DIRECTLY LN VASELINE
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