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Oldest Leg House In Missouri.
I'robably the oldest occupied home
Id Missouri li tha on known as tha
Bwnfford home, tine and on bait tulles
north of Hay vtll. Tlil old structure
li of the okl double In',; nd rltjf and
tick chimney pattern and waa built
almost a century . The da' Ik not
known, but It li remembered by tbe
Oldest iielsons It la said that Dili
bulMInc was built by a man by tbe
bain, of M Kle, who wan believed
to possess a (treat amount of valuable
minerals, which were discovered In the
cliffs surrounding this plare. "Uncle
Natlum" Swafford bi'raine owner of
It more than 65 yearn ao and up until
about three years au, when he dld.
t.e and hla family lived there. Mra.
Kwaffot! died later and the remander
of the family, which consists of two
daughters lived there until a few day
at. Tbe old Ion houxe cunsis's of
two roomi, aniT between them I a ball,
from which both rooms are entered.
Tbe floors are of the old fashioned
hewed Ion kind and on the west Is the
Mute Wants Education.
For the first time at the 1'nlverslty
of Missouri, a deaf mute has applied
for entrance. He has written Iean F.
B. Mumford. of the college of agricul
ture, asking that be be permitted to
enroll for the course In sericulture
Iean Mumford has advised him to en
ter fur the regular classes Dean
Mumford waye a mute able to read
could sriend much time In the agricul
tural library and could do laboratory
work with the written Instructions be
fore him. "I shall not rive the man's
name now. as It mlgtit embarrass
him." said Iean Mumford. "If be
comes we will do what we can to give
him an Viea of modern met hods of
farming I know every teacher wl'.l
make a sre-cial effort to teach the un
fortunate man. His home Is In North
State Fair Plana.
At a Joint meeting cf the state board
of agr.cul'ure and the Missouri state
fair board a contract was awarded to
Ft. F. Seliera of Slal!a for the con
struction of the woman's building on
the state fair grounds at a con: of
tT-tVOMh Well s tand of St. Ijoula was
secured to furnish music for the fair
during the first week In October, and
Secretary John T S'.lnson was author
lied to arrange for airship races as a
curtain raiser on the opening day.
A Psrkvble farmers' Institute.
A farmers' Institute has been organ
ised at Parkvllle with George II. Tug
g'.e. departmnt of agriculture of park
collse. president: W.' G (iinn, first
vice (resident,! J. W. Itreoner. second
vice president; C. V Hreen. secretary;
W. i; If e!. treasurer It la planned
to hold leg-.ilar annual niee'.Itigs In the
Kansas ty Theaters.
feginning Sunday, Vanh lit. Al 0
Fields' drearer Minstrels will oocupy
the stage at the tlrand for a week
The p:ogran Is a vajle-l on.. Intro
duiiug minstrelsy of ail a"-, frvin
the old fashioned clog and buck and
wing .laming to tie nuts', modern pro-Ct-
The Willis W o -d will have another
double Mil f,,r the weik l ginning
Mon.U). March M oira N'ethemole
wl'l !k the attraction th.y first three
nltliis and W-dtieday iiu'ltre Ihir
In at the last half of the week I'orothy
No'ton will c o;! to stage In a new
fiuisiia! con,.dy entitlit "W'ld.w
J. ires" Matinee ?.i!unday
(ienrge Artl tn "Srp'itnnK" wl'l he
the aitrm-tlori at the Stinnett for the
Wek cominenrli.g Mundav. March 14
Mr Ar!l U an eminent rliarscVr
actor and a (;reat trot Is tn st"e for
the p.v.rons of this ixipular theater
The star W supirted by a finely bal
Stock Judging Medals Awarded.
Three tiic.'.ais ore awaplr.i to the
Winiieis In 11, third aim unl live Km k
Judgil.g contest held for the s'udi nts
In the short course hi the college of
acriciiitute if the Cn!ers!t (lf Ml
oiirt C T. S'el.m of lluncetoit. Mo,
Wen Iho I loliand I'el i heron medal as
the le t JiicKe of I'eK henn hoines
The medal was offered by tin- lloiland
ik k farm ol Spi liigfield W C 1'rew
Ft, Jr , of Clai ksvllie, won the Culver
Aberleeti Angus inel,il for proficiency
J:i Judging beef cat'le. Tbe medal
was offered bv liul M Culver of Fd
gertoii. Mo. The Klnl.K h farm swine
medal offered by the Klnbich farm of
Klrksvllle. was awarded to Glenn O.
Yeder of Hoidin. for prof.ciency In
George B. Ellis Resigns.
C.eorge II Kills has resigned as sec
retary of the Missouri Ktate lUiard
Of Agritultnre. He will be uccer-.-d
by Thomas C Wilson of St. laiuis
rounty. Mr Kills will become mauag
lmt editor of the MUsourl firmer and
Jlri eilcr. a stock Journal publlvlnst by
Ml.lam ll'-lh al Columbia
Wsrrensburg Veteran Dead
Frederick It.iur, a civil war veter
an Btcd 71 vears. was louml d. ad In
lis lioii.e at Wf.irre nshutg !! h.H
I ..I ! hi seen by iielghho'a for sever
al days and they broke open tils dH)r
io I found h I in lying dead on the
Fire at Moundvllle.
The biisl'n'ss section of the town of
Moundvllle. ten miles southwest of
Ncvrt.la. s wlpc-t out by fiie. only
li.- s'wie re.riilnlng huht houses!
mite I J
Would Develop Coal Flelda.
An enthusiastic mass meeting la
the luterest of securing the eilenslon
of the Interurban railway from Klrks
vllle to I'nlonville and possibly north
to Seymour, la, was addressed by
Frank Funk of Rbelby county, promot
er of the Hannibal Klrksvllle Inter"
urban railway. Farmers living along
the projKxed route fur many miles
were present. Th line from Klrks
vllle to t'nlonvllle would open up one
of the rirheitt and mol extensive coal
fields lu the s'ate, now wholly unde
veloped The t'nlonvllle Commercial
club has taken up the project and Is
directing Its energy to the securing of
th extension. Several railroad sur
veys have been run through here by
various Interests, but the route oer
which It Is prop')S'-J to mnv'TU'i the
Interur) in line Is declared the mot
feasible jet proposed.
Road Oragoera at a Dinner.
The commercial club of Harrison
vine gave a dinner to 192 enterprising
farmers In appreciation of their ef
forts to keep the roads In condition
by dragging them. D. Ward King,
the Inventor of tlie road drag; Curtis
Hill, the state highway engineer, and
'"Hock Rotds" Simmons, the big to
bacco grower of Kaymore. whose
hobby Is rock roads, and a number of
Iint'.er business men attended. W. H.
Scruggs, president of the commercial
club, presided. K. S. Wooldrldge. vice
president of the Hank of Harriaoovllle.
originated the plan for this entertain
ment and the result will doubtless be
the organization of local road drag
gers' clubs throughout the county, one
main object being to connect all tow ns
In Cans county with we!l gralej. well
drained, well dragged roads
State Militia at U. cf M.
A Columbia company of the Missouri
National Guards will he mustered Into
sen ice by .'a; laln J'aul Hunt, or
Adjutant Frank M Hum bold of J ffer
son City. The cox-nry has seventy
Ore rr.en enrolled It will consist
largely of Cnlversity of Missouri stu
den's. who live In Hoone county. The
company will be assisted In drilling
and maneuver everclses by Captain
Hersrhtl Tu;es of the I'. S A., who
Is commandant of cadets at the di
versity of Missouri.
Would Relieve at Joseph.
Senator Stone has offered an amend
ment to the Hlvers and Harbors bill
whlh was seut to the committee oa
commerce. The bill as It came from
the bouse provided an appropriation
of ITS.OOO to Improve the Missouri
river at t-L Joseph., provided St.
JoM'ph sLa:i fj:t.lh a like .uiKiunt.
Stones amendment provides that the
government shail appropriate tbe en
Teacher Farmer Bulc-de.
Tom M( Ke'vey, a prominent Jas;nr
county teacher farmer, cut his throat
at his home, sev.u miles southeast of
Carthage He recently aoid bis Tarm
for $''.i sn acre, but decided that the
price was too low and had brooded
over the fait until hi mind haJ be
He'll Manage the Columbia. Herald.
Klihu K. ChlMers has bought an In-ti-rvst
in the Columhi He'i'id News
paper company and will bor.ixu lmh.
ress manager if the pajK-r. lie Is a
son f II F ChlMers. t litor vt tl:
Troy Free l'r ;v and ,r. sldei t of
the Missouri Fuss a"M.i l.i Ion
Increase Signal Corps.
The tlfu.i r.ups of the Mlwuil Na
tional UuardJ In Kansas C.ty :,1 lie
Increased fr ni H.'. to lmi nu n. Ca;.t.
C. W Sass and l.uut K iiiy 1) Car
re t hate receive.) s.l, h V Contv
from ileiiera! Clii'k of I lie Natl'i 1. 1
Capt. Atwood C't.
Cs;t S:iuiel N Atwood. the !.!.!
it..ii tn Itarij r luni), and pioNaMv
III southwest Missouri, .led at h.s
hotne m ar l.v. d r. agod leu yeais Mr
A' wood was bom In J MO. near Lon
don. Kngiand lie was p:ei lit li. i,
Jneeii ictoila was coronated W lien
.'Id years oid Mr Atwood came l.i
America and stint a numtui of years
as sailor oil the Ureal Lakes, and rlli
'.! was promotil to cnjtalu of a
steamer, which position he held until
a few jears ago. when l.e came to
Fietcr, and has been engaged lu ftuit
growing He w ns a l'is,.iial friend of
Abraham Lincoln. William .McKtnliv
and Manns A l la una
Will Prosecute Creeks.
The police at St. Ji s ph threw out
ihe drag net ami brought In all Idle
or strange Wrvt ks Numerous crimes
aie traced to tireeks there, many of
whom have turn chased out of Omaha,
!Vs Mou.es and other cities. It Is
claimed that tbe C. rek cngago lu
business, i stah'lsh a credit and close
up st'.er Indiiiig wholesale houses
out of thousands of dollars
A Farmer Killed in a Runaway.
Vach Young, a farmer whose borne
was near I'altnvra, was killed In
runaway Ho was hauling a hJ of
corn when his team took fright and
ran Young was thrown under bis
w.n-on He was about ': years old.
Smallest Mlssourlan Dead.
Stephen Hemlngton of I'latte Clly,
sul.l lo 1 Missourl'a smallest man. Is
dead He was kS years old. He waa
three feet five Inches tall and welshed
71 pounds He was born lu New York
OF HUMAN LIFE
ALL ELSE SECONDARY
The tremens success which has fol
lowed La. T. Cooper during the past
year with bis new preparation baa ex
ceodod anything of tbe kind ever be
fore witnessed In most of tbe leading
cltlea where tbe young man baa Intro
duced tbe medicine. Cooier baa a
novel theory. He believes that the
human stomach la directly responsible
for most disease. To quote bis own
words from an Interview upon bis ar
rival In an eastern city: "The average
man or woman cannot be sick If the
stomach Is working prop-erly. To be
sure, there are diseases of a virulent
nature, such aa cancer, tuberculosis,
diabetes, etc., which are organic, and
are not traceable to the stomach, but
even fevers Ckn, In nine rasea out of
ten, be traced to something taker: ir.'o
the stomach. All of this balf-sl. is.
nervous exhaustion that Is now so
common, is caused by stomachic coo
dltlons, and It Is because my rem
edy will and does regulate the stom
ach that 1 am meeting with such suc
cess. "To sum the matter up a sound di
gestive apparatus that Is doing IU
full duty, getting every particle of vi
tality out of the food by transferring
It to the bowels In a perfectly digest
ed state this above all else brings
Mr. A. C. Prock, chef of the Brock
Restaurant. Market District, rtoston,
Mass.. who is a staunch tx liever In
Mr. Cooper's theory and medicine, baa
this to aay: "I bad chronic Indiges
tion for orer three years. I suffered
terribly, and lost about thirty pounds.
I was a physical wreck when I started
thia Cooper medicine, a month or so
ago. TtxJay I am as well as I ever
waa In my life. I am no longer nerv
ous, my food does not distress me
In the least, and I have a splendid ap
petite. I am gaining Crsh very rap
idly In fact, at the rate of a pound
a day. I would cot believe any medi
cine on earth could have done for me
what this has dune. It is a remark
able preparation, and Mr. Cooper de
ervea all his success."
Cooler's New Dlscorery is acid by
all druggists. If your druggist cannot
supply you, we will forward you the
name cf a druggist in your city who
will. Don't accept "something JjFt as
good "The Cooper Medicine Co.. Day
Analysed by Chemists.
Apropos of President Taft and Lis
recent decision about whisky. Richard
le Calllenne said at a dinner at the
St I! eg la:
"While I was living In Uverjool
there aroe a hot whUky discussion.
Was pot still whisky the inly whole
some one. or was patent still whisky
the one rum poisonous dru.k? Cheml
cal analyses were applied to every
"A Liverpudlian entered a pub!'."
house near the Albert dm ks one
litght and said:
" 'la yer w hlsky pure'
" Well. I should think so.' tt.e p-.ib
llcan answered It's teen paraiyied
by three anarchists ' "
$100 Regard, 100.
ttVkt t-rs h at at vl CrAsl C m sssr tt s w,c-v
tow Isrsysa ftUer- U f4' lu sk. il rVa.i- 4 ttiat M
( lATTtk Ha- t t, 'frtj I j-f t i;sr ni l itw mi
Njt Hi. t is . (is Hie,lgi I-lerf.lti ' n'r7b
lltllC li tiist'MU itaj OasWTJSf K'v i.'K A f.''l J
s,.:.i trrvattne.' Its. trh t nrv m-
W T, ftflstU k U;wsf Iti t-s,l sal. n J -c..s
rts'-sv-ej i: pii-to. i.'sf--r. i.sy-.i r g t s
f-U.-.'.1iiWa vf t C . asr f.f t tm ft" r-.
"rl W !T tHI'lir 11 lw .t'jl re, llM 1s,.
ki r-a l ..'w si , tt J t-.-rs.t t. e
sv IT is') tw.lh I". its r..ril:i v s 1t, itw
lis It Is. .a-t 1 - v Ut It aWJI W
Af --..t f.Sf .Ml l'-tll-:..',tAJ
A 'A fB I .1 llln A lOeMO. O.
a- ' I 'riv4 twta " '
IftJU li. Isalii.) Ti. tXtf fX4a1UlkJsl.
"wht it. In'!. .rlit r ihrtu n r ! r,
k u you t'.u.lt imi" '
'No, )nt J-.tm tli.rk h. l i'hiiv (
Hi-urn n Itiw iim k m'm: ytm m
phh t( h r thnn ym ilo I lu r
llva I'ls" la I .pldrtMle.
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I "It y , (; i . .! v A....:i- l, i
in r u j. .. 1 1 . A i . j m,.i.i
nil. I I lv.;vinii. iKHSk't 1MI
The diminutive i li.nns of halo', an-
Selilolll Ileal y lllol.t.il to l.e (ill nil
they are too sironi; to .e I r,ii u
Hear white rlelhes are a sifn Ihst Ihs
hivok.i4-4r in. bed !. lali Hiuc.
lan e. ,.i,,r, A cents.
Always bold In mind that i veu fall
lire can be Ihe ali'hat-t of snct-css
to i t ii r a i oi i i osr hit
Th- 1 A A i I k I hi
- tv i.lvj Ih.rs II ,1 T , i, sUt. It V
It i1itfin't tjikr nut Ii-nt to U-coqh
Mr. "W iNstlsiw 'a Ka.tsrhli.( Mv rt.
T f r hi 1. 1 . -a tn i h . sif u )i. ii 1 1, , ,i a n ,
Vk as Uta l M sto 4- S 's n lylril i.i4 ...... i.Uaai.
A rmti ;t ir.it
rl"i like a fifih
.ll ri'.l.i . x
. aa liswMi..
a . fc4saivs--Jy V'
A TRAIN LC AO OF TOBACCO. j
Twenty four Carloads Purtd far
La! Smgia Hinder Cigar
What is probably the btrgest lot of ;
all fancy grade tobacco b-ld by any
factory in the t'hlied Rules tas Jjst
been purbaal by Frank P. wla. of
I'eoria. for tb manufacture of lwls'
Blngle hinder Clgare. The lot will
make twenty fwir carloads, and Is s- i
lected from what Is considered fcy eg- j
perta to be the finest crop ra!e-d tn
many years. Tbe purr b ase of tobarro
la sufficient to Usl tbe fsclory more
j than two yeara. Aa eitra price was
I paid for tbe sel.-cilon Kmokers tf
' Iwls' -''r:rle U.nder Cigars wiilapp.e-
.ma KMjft. i it.
I'fjrta Ptar, January Jd, tV9.
Traveling Man Get Even.
A trsi -lir.g i.'iko called on the iran
ager of a larre New Y'ork onern 'h
oihr !y and sent bis lard In by ihe
boy at the outside ga'e The ),oy
inii tiTu) bar k lazily ai d told the
traveling man that tbe manager
wouldn't s-e Lira
"Well, you go and ask Mm for the
j card I silt In." said the laiier.
j In a few minutes the boy rerurT.ed
I 'rum his second trip "Say." remarked
I the N-v. "the boss told n.e to tell yci
! that he tore up tbat card, but te sect
a nil kel to you to pay for it "
Tbe traieiirg man was deeply in
stilted, r.ut be dwlded bo get back aa
best fcn could. He opened his card
case sr. a ciew out ano'ber card. Land
ing It to tt.e b.y.
"Give t.:: to your boss." he said,
"and tell Li:.i thnt ITI keep the money
My taMs are two for Eve Much
Tl - cat iger rushed out of the gale
to finu i e travelog man. but be was
too late The man had lef'.
Where Resinol Ointment Is Known It
Is Considered a Boon to Humanity.
If tbe soothing and healing prop
erties of P.esinol Ointment were nn-
i erally known It would be universally
j used lo the exclusion of all otiera. It
Is indeed a boon to fcuxacity.
W. J. Callan. lirook'.yn. N. Y.
. An Apprecated D strsction.
! "So you think the automobile tas
n.ade life much pieasaf cr"
) "It has for me," ar.bwer-d the com
! fortatie citizen. ' I drive a fast torte
i and n.y n-n ride a bicycle. The au
j lomohile bus taken tbe minds of the
i ! ice eff both of us "
Important to Mothers.
Kxai;.:r.o carvful; y ry tu!t of
TASTuRlA. a mfe ani rur rrn-e-y fvr
inla:.ti auj t!iiiarr.. anu thut it
Filature cf OJfMUii
in I se ror Over :ut Vears.
The Kind Yuu Have Aiwayi Rough..
The English Way.
"Ilo you think baseball will ever get
a foothold In :lig!aadr
"They play ti witi,e "
"As strenuously as we do"
"Will, no They serve tea between
Innir.gs. I und. rstand."
V(u'tt l;..k'K you o f.;r- tbat i.:f
f:.i!! c !i:b is in fur mt;.uj u.-a
"V.v if- I. m j'-i-t vonrj It," ricj
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
'r Wl. I.,m !'.. 1 cf :..r ll'.i orr.s'.snv
rs.iii jiiv .ir.-s in 1 t.. 3 .:. s I '. s . : . .-,
Ti urs.yl. r s r n w ti 1- rii,v i, r. 1 T .
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'' Un.n.s it.k.sis.
' 1 1 fan-.ilv !) ce;. '.; J
i'vt;. tin ! ni TN y l.i.ve an ei
ll.i-.le I r;v ,ite !..,,. -
i3eautiful Post Cardn ,'ry.c.
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v ' 1 " li ..I n'l.l M.A In,..'. : . ..
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e ' si.. l-.y.l.. , ,!. i. .Art'l '.
I'.. el t'i.l. i..; n y ; 1 . v. . . Ka:.
I l.e di-i vlt lli- fi m r.i ,
ilo;u dee. st'ul . at U avt.
to i en eal lui, h.
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;c hti t '. ry
I I KIIV lV IV 1-tlNkl
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The I it t. n who witi-Iijs
w 111 in v er in v i ..ji u,'.. f
" o i4 tlirve
tttf rr card leas ivl dlfcslioa and out m. on. He eatiM ai sal shav-
infs lor all Ike food he (di out i4 hit food. Ihe rrsulc ts tNat lis svasa.H
rus "vk" Ihe wenoa id live ory ,4 u (i-ilna sa-j tulnua arv ms(m.(v1
sud lb man sufirrs Use saiscrvcw o4 tlivvpaa aaj ike styw vl ssmisvssaKwe,
r rrrmHlkrm rse sroaaecA, rttr fe cirlrr t re sf
" lttlom mn BBtHrlam n4 tr-c mp a)eerys,
r. PUrw-i Hldm Me4)cl scerci-r. ir . aa
tMillni rxmrdr. at ha roarnrfear ytysAiM a
cV s rae prl mt tomdt aelc y its sis,
!o the slrictest sen v. "CyyIJcw Meditwl Disooveey" t a tnaiyeewx SMvl.
'" civilmiBS nenSM-r intosicaatt svr tMrvK, J tt as tree Inttw akxsuj
at IrvMn Ofuuia, cxcine and other .is onerous droit. AU inrrv2au pcuurd oa
lit eatttiJe vsrwiyoer.
IVsa't lei dealer drlisJe you lo kl caw r-ei-ai. TWee is M SMyiacW M
Slomaeh, liiTf and M.hkI "uI m okI" at "Ul,'e Mrcwl ISisctstetv."
A L r-' lilil
TREAT YOURSELF to tho DEST,f j
Tbe tjlh Wall Tsnl
" . f m mm ( gl4gr A lawg
sw jua ir.rsur.vi m rm mmm
A'' l ft pVf rV f- A'mJ JarT t "T
'f t!ft 'U r v -! e-ei tVk tt-
CiMTf m Ui tr iseVU. eVaui d..juu rar t-MsJfsU
IU Tmk Ct. K T.
1,000 Overland Cars
O-jr aTU In Kinsu baT erdr -J ft
this sexton 1, (tm t-reriand sulotr(...
Nenraskatjts -Lu ;.tu
Tr.vis" has l.Cs Oy er;sj fr'r .
It has captured ti.e cities. tKi. New
1 Tort City ias l.'t uvriii.d tr.. y-r.
lWM'fr- taj.e ivo yrs.n;s,o
W'!.:r.Ilvl &' i'tliiadelr hia ti-i
O.r ir-r.ri lit er r.ir-i-l t . ? "i
Over.ar.es f r t.i '' . w..r:r. rt (r.r-lar..-.s
o s.ffiy i im.iLri It v s
yesr Tt at s a lr.rgT sae ut ar.y c----rr
to years turo f-wr hsi -v. r i.r4
, rf r' Overland, f : sf!a-.s. i j i
Is ! t.-.e crriLi'..a ot a rr tjar ske
I ITie Simple Car
i Tr.e 0'"e rt the '.Herind !s rr.a rlr
i ii lo us n.i.t.( s.n t o.:! A S-i-jr-
cij ni'j an niaxr 'f.e car in f..eV.--1
uts. 1'i.in a jn!l r.rssrj to r a.--.. 1
ai l tw sward to reverw f-asr. are r
": i-r r.icn s;e-i iter is tu..:.
r lo lie. tat s-.rer
Ar.y rrisn with I' 'rrrit lr.s---j--t..t..
.sn nn an over.ai.a a t!..-..-,i
li sr. J Ui. k
There was never a car -y easy to rirt
fwr -j tur to keep in trd.r.
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