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Happenings in Missouri.
Rediscovery of the dark.
Tl) Arcadian Valley I.nnd rntiRres
at ronton rioted with addresses of
i(v. Il.idle ami Archbishop Oleumm.
J.ter tlio vltltvr were drlvi n about
tint vtille) BiemliiK Into Arcadia mid
were shown some of the beauty spots
f t!m Onuk. The an hbii!ii;i iire
re.led (iov lladley In addressing the
lutoiliiK and called the Arcadia valley
the tranlen spot of Missouri. The gov
ernor enlarged on tlie otiiiortunlty
presented by the Unrki an.l hy the
Arcadia valley fur dairying, aayliit;
that this possibility ban been too much
overlooked He explained that the
two tt)i he owna, which together cost
Jil:n 1 11(1. pay hlra 6 per cent Interest
In an Investment of $2,000. The soli
and gram of this region, he laid, are
Heal fur dairying. Thl It but one of
the many opportunities Missouri offer.
He concluded with the statement that
what Missouri need most la more In
tensive farming and leas intensive
politic. A Missouri song composed
by Mr. R. W. Car and Mist Alice
iay, wan tung by Mr. J. H. Curran
and a sextet from Arcadia academy.
H. M. Filossom, representing the nusl
r.ess Men' league, of St. Ixmis, con
gratulated the land conates oi Hi
work and said the Oork had "just
tcen rediscovered." Mr. Hloascnn be
lieved there were great agricultural
. rrortuultie In southern Missouri.
Get Share of Public Building,
y.t'ioiirl mill receive her full share
f public building In the bill n
to be repor'ed to t!ie house by Repre
aent.it Ive Ilarlhol.lt of i-'t. IxmiIs. and
St Ixu:k will receive liort.ooo. the gov
entn.cnt's estimate of the cost ef re-
iiiil ff !S nl.t rut.',imft liouye. Th 1
reed uf the cities In Missouri have
been considered carefully, and it 1 be
lieved not a single member, of the
leless.-t.-m !H hive rinm for cotn
plain'. Itoonv'.lle will le given a t'.'V
Oo.l !m'Hlr:i: Fulton will ''t 1'1'V'oO
lor a building, and al-nit llO.oi-O for a J
site. Other buildings w-ili be: I j
Soto, building $.(i,i..i.i, fite $10,000; j
R..l!a. building $;. ; Chlllle the.
bull tins $75,000; Io;dar HlulT. bullitr.g
$"."(): Marshall, building $70,000;
Aurora, biilldiug "'i.('00; KxceUlcr
tfprlr.g. buildiCR $05.ooo.
General Church Council Ends.
The genera! council of the churches
cf Christ In Christian I'r.lon. com
posed of a!out 100 delegates from ten
or ewelve states held their quadrl
ennlal meeting at Kscelslor Springs.
Rev. A C. Thomas of Excelsior
Springs , vice moderator; Rev. I. U
Vamlament of Italnhrldge, Ind., cor
respon.licit secretary, and Rev. V. II.
Paker cf MctClure. O.. recording r-f re
fur? Anton the prominent ministers
Of that organisation present were:
Rev J M McKlbbcu, el tor of the
Church of Christ Advocate at Washing
ton Court Houi-e. O : Rev. C. II. Sehleh
of Ouiah. Neb ; Rev. C S Fair of
Mllo, U ; Rev I K. M-ek of Wood
ward. O. All the churches In the city
were used by ministers of the general
A Dlvort in Twenty Minute.
The thurti-tt divorce suit In that
JadMal circuit was 'rid In Judg Nat
Ht-.rltm's court at KIrkvtlle, when
Willi C It's, proprietor of a small
department store, was granted a dl
vorce within twenty minute after the
suit wa tiled. His c.iarce against his
wife was Indignities. The defendant
did not appear In court.
Back to the farm. j
"Pack to the farm." Is the slogan
of the first women's land congress
ever held In. the country, wblrti con
vened at Arcadia with Mrs. John A.
Curran In the chair. The congress
was held under the auspices of the
Woman's Missouri Home Uevclopment
company, an oranlation which was
formed laht January for the purpose of
cooperating with the governor and
othi r olll'-Ule fur the development of
state resources, and Inducing people
to settle on the unoccupied land In the
suite, for there are more than 12,000,
000 acres which have cover been
touched. Arcadia la one of the moat
picturesque spots in the state, and a
tent city was erw.e! for the accommo
dation of the dleates. The unique
feature of this convention or congress
Is the agricultural exhibit shown In
the fields. Instead of putting fruits
and vegetables In glass ars and bot
tles and standing tbem In rows on
tables, or tying the grain In wisps
and slacking It iu the comer of some
exhibition hall, the delegates were
taken over the country to see the
product. They drove over Ideal
country roads, saw the picturesque
herd of Angora goals, the Missouri
aiule in Ms native habitat, the sleek
cow driven home at mliklug time by
the little Arcadian maiden and the
ranches, which are pastoral Idyl
worthy the brunh of a great artist.'
Of equal Interest with the agricul
tural exhibits hown at Arcadia wal
the exhibit of the loom Industries. The
women rtnsicked the district for rag
rugs and women "kivers" made by
tl,e early women settlers.
Tor the Hostess
Chat on Interesting Topics of Many Kind, by
a Recognized Authority
Woman's Home Missions Elect.
The Missouri Woman's Home V'l
siunary society cf the Methodist Epis
copal church held a two days' cession
at Sedalia. The society has a total
membership of 13".oo0 with $l.r,00..".nJ
worth of property In the United States.
The following officers were elected
( r the ei suing year: -resident. Mr.
M. L. Curl. St. Iouls; vice president.
Mrs C M. Putton, Webb City; X!'
W. F. Jon(. ?edilia; Mrs. J. W. Bush,
Kxr.tas City; conference secretary,
Mrs C. 11. Spencer, Kansas City, re
cording secretary. Mrs. E. A. Steele,
St. VjanU; treasurer, Mr. C. O. Davis,
No Home Rule Amendment.
No "home rule" amendment will be
submitted to the people at the Novem
ber election. A decision to tbl effect
was reached at a conference at the
Hotel Jefferson of members of the
Civ! league of Et Louie, tne St.
l,oul Hoard of Freeholder tod the
City club Cff Kansas City. The rea
son gUen for reversing the contem
plated s.-tlon of submission of a home
rule police, exrlse and election re
form aatendment is that the submis
sion of the prohibition question will
overthrow everything else and wilt
endanger the adoption of all amendments.
Farm Course at Bummer School.
For the first time, course In agrt
culture will be given at the summer
S!otl cf 'be I nlvertlty cf Missouri.
J. I) 1-1' i tT. director nt '.he summer
session, lorued a i'.nte.ti. ut estimat
ing the summer at'.tiJante at Jou, or
an liunamt if IS per cent over last
sum iit r
Captured After Nine Years.
Nine irius alter his from a
prion In Mlnsiurl II. It. Hate was
bruit lit 1 a k on the steamship Car
mania f:o;n Liverpool In rllirne of
two M IjhiIs police. unVers. Hales,
who hntr.o was In St. I.ul. w.is
servli g a sentence of 12 years for rob
b. r when be br..y. J.ul The Mis
souri autl-.o-l les bear. I if hi arrest
In Lt.g mid for rol.!" ry ji. riTWei
were sent on t bilsig b'.ui back at
the cxplialli.ii of l'l sentence there.
A College Steer's Big Gain.
A grade H re ford steer, owned tr
the college of agriculture of the Uni
versity of Missouri, has gained an
avcrxa of 6S pounds a day the last
SO days A gain of I'- pounds a day
for that length of time is considered a
good record. The ;-er ia two year
old. Two mouths ago It weighed hsO
pounds; today It weighs 1.170 pounds.
The steer will be slaughtered and the
An Old Fsshloned Tea Party.
This party was given by the dear
est ofI don't like to say old ladles;
guess I bad belter say the bwites
was over seventy y-as young-. Fhe
lived )n a house we all loved for its
Iradltloiis, for It stately old mahog
any, for Its beautiful willow ware,
and, best of all. for the charming gen
tlewoman who presided over lie do
main with an air and grace that are
simply Indescribable. She bad enter
tained the mothers of the young girls
whom she wee entertaining on this
day with the game old china, the same
deliriously brewed tea and the same
brown, crusty sponjre cake of a vel
rety textur. Fhe alway made It a
practise to entertain the glrla once a
year. "Just to keep in touch." she
said. Fhe read this poem of the
legend of the "willow" war In re
sponse to any Inquiry regarding her
plates. I give It entire, knowing full
well bow many readers will welcome
It and to bow ninny It w ill bring back
happy childhood memories, for many
of us had grandmothers who used
"willow-" plate and some told tbe
storlea woven thereon:
On rrin'trr.n's tM l waltlnr for me
A rNie vith irnef'r tm-al plid;
Prend ami jrllk. nri'I lrri-ii ind crewm.
An! ih mug mnriied. "For a gnnd
An.t I rat my popp-r and wonder where
Tlint won.1. rful turn! may te.
tVber- th slijr is whlt and the ewrth f
Ti-.at on irr r'a'
-nri'lrr i. vmi mn 'rnst fvrrrfrng
Tell ne lh "i-r nf tt all;
to tie l.'nK-i:i-l Wr.li know how to
Pi"l n Hn.-of ttve u tht et!e smsJl?
T.f i-rir.'-eAK hair !n a f-i'rr tle
T it rx-rftTy iroi.l. not flits Is Mo.
!!-- rt. the If.iit without sr.y watt?
T-!l me the siorr. s-rnn.Jma. do."
W- m tit'.s the If-erol. rentilrl'-s el,
o? tl . noin.tiirln. rl' h In Und and goM;
f I.l-'hl rnlr, and Chang the a-ood.
VA'ho loved f-urh eth'r aa Vvera should.
How tt'-v Uid In tie grdnrs hut a
Thn tl-w away to the beautiful lle:
Thouih the cru-t father pursued them
And would have k!!ld the fcarpr pair.
Put kindly tKwt-r, y pity stirred
Char.ited e-h Into a beautiful t4ra.
Omndms ruts her epectsrlwi oo.
And showa me on the plate
T mandarin's bouae. th latand Ironw,
The boat, the brldir. the gatf :
"llfTf la the erwnae tree where they
ITm they ar mnnlna away
And ovrr all at tbe top to aew
Thv tir.li are making love alway."
And TNe t! " 1 1 ftrwrw am if ttrw
Hlranae fa:ui till my hd.
Till grandma tMla me. muth too enow.
It's t!m to gn tn b4.
ytut 1 rirvam of a land atl htu and wtiii.
I Ihe liwn take tt elr fllsht;
CHrr the arrhlna bfidit" tl.ey p-o
On of ttie Imrr hirda fto tw lew.
trcnt ih. little h.tuae witn the t umed-up
Cmw t.ny lorda and ladiw and twiav-a.
And tt iHhd-il turna to a willow trve.
And at Ut I s-rm my-lf tr be
An ai.ir wandering throush
That beautiful (juor llltla Ian.) of bliM.
was bo eountlr.g of rre in.ply
the b-nt three band wltinllig ot vt
four. Vbtre were Un ts tit favorw.
After five sts of favors lad been
us d rtfrrsbmenta were served, tb-n
fdaylr.g waa resumed until all the
favors Lad been used. At the last
earJi loser brought an extra favor for
her favored partner and her alf.
which called forth much merriment a4
tbey were large paper ' k blown
out and tied at the top with various
colored ribbon. They were to carry
the favors borne In and they ere
needed. It certainly waa a Try Joily
party and the Idea ia adaptable to
all card parties where the hostees
desires something out of the ordinary.
The favors may be as elaborate an
the purse will permit, the ones at the
party described consisted of bon bons
in fancy boxes, imported chocolate.
salted cute In dainty receptacles, pa
per aprons, neck ruffs of Bowers, fans.
parabola, paper hate, post cards, etc
rail sffi! "
KOTEw THAT AUt Of MTIT
Brief IWtntisn et Matters a
Ottor at Jr"eof C'ty.
Off.tlal ni G:r-avte.
THI lfAt wftsr.
Foliow the Leader.
Try Uii for a Jolly outdoor amuse
ment. It wa used at a party given
In the country but It may be adapted
to erery-day play. At this party the
hostess told the children to shut their
eyes tight until they beard a bell
ring. then, tbey were to open their
eyes and follow closely the paper trail.
A baket bad been filled with Ccely
clipped paper, thi strewn in
circles, squares and most Intricate
maies; eometime It would apparent
ly be entirely lost. At theae points
tht re would be a banana, an orange,
a stick of candy or something a a
bait, then a scrap of paper would re
veal the trail, which finally lead into
a delightful little grcvo where a pic
ric supper was served. It is a bit
like the god old game of "Hare and
Hounds." All children love a mysteri
ous play et this kind and It U not
much trouble to prepare for.
J.frTou Cily T:.e pa.-l li'V.s t
djutry cf M.s:jri, dirtig 1 )), e
peril it a,t jon;-r.. J"a
tia.se tie Crst factory Vera c;rvJbg
here, the ra.'e o! tii crtMp'it v.A
ing Cat for 1V7, the prevras rovr
year, by !t per ceLt, sad ttat fur
lSri'l br I2 i.T ctrit. aoccrd:ig - -
raaee lt-formatioa from t-e Vs'. V4
iMfjk of the bureau ef ltTr uti.lr-s,
made public fcy Coxa'aajoter J. C. A.
Five pearl bufcsi fTartf. femr of
which are In Ll to-jLty. ar.d tie
otber in Pike co;c.:. rej-jf. an out-;
put arooui.t;r.g to lO 'li.Tii bi'.j.v- :
and blink. lutd at IJCT.TX, tor U.e
twelve mocth ia qiei-;oc. Thoutaiiis
cf rough ar.d vlf rxjs &el tbel were
cociuxed 'n tjrulLj; out ti.it vxtt ar
ray erf smooth, ttisitg. uci ;ar:
button of rlres, van leg from a 5.i3i
etr of a quarter of an Itci '.a thcee
whh:h measure an ini at.i a taif
acrot and wbk-h are ued ch:y f.r
omaa,er'aJ pur?.'e, ta r.d a Ea
lsi.!Eg touch to fez-aie wea.".t.jr ap
parel. The blat'r.s are the plain roiti
dlse-s whlf-b are cut fr-j-Tn tie ro'ri
shells, and ce-d Cclshlnr touci.es ia
the way of tie Ut pel. eh asd tie
four hole for the tire-ad. i-efare tiey
become buttocs r 1 haie the lastr
and r.an.e of pearl.
One Missouri factory sr.lr;e-I it c-t-ptit
as fir e:i.st a Oera-ir.y acd ts-?-land.
which fact ;ik Ms-ly ivr e
Mlr.sourl pearl button 3 fi1er
tl.ere are many surh fact or. e. Ia ad
dition, rearly every state in the I tlca
used tie Mifsouri output in 1 !?:! aid
during ti.e early jirt c! ti.1 year.
Psita h's sr. g'xy aa4 to get
Uar .p Sfs trs.t ! to g-t
Isst trs tari to kp lurr.
EABrS SCiLP CRUSTED
"Obt Ettie dagireT. mm
oeeti c .l. bga t break eart am Vs
e4 as. 4 we aa4 tk beet tfwtors t
treat s-r. l-.t J 4j4 txst d kvf T
A. Tiey ai!.i t 9 aad Kara. Hf
scaup waa a miA scaisr mS eeer. Tim
Vvrut tt4 rtrirras was wn erve.-e tAat
ih eo-sid tot rest, txj or Birit. Wa
aad aVr? glT e a.11 wSk-w w-e
read tt tie Crtlrura Brfi. Wi at
mat g5t a cake at OitV-sra op.
toi d Ortieara GhT-fSt mad on boV
Ue c C-.tiTC kef-'vew. atdl fos
Icwed t'.rc-jjtxA carf3iTy. XTurr tie
trst dte c tie C-sticsra EjtatJ.wt,
we Mi tie CstJcttfa Eo f."e:r asf
SM-ived tie Csrit-ara Olfnaeci. Tia
she be-faa to 1.;ti3w rap-tdl-y aa4 la
two 1 tbe acaise cs c"J kver
bead aad tr t-air i-gi U grvw. I
a very siort tl. ale was w 1 Eta U
tew sixteea years cf age inA a J-to-tar
cf tealti. W cd Ids CJ
rsra atc-.t tve week. TX-
clarly. atd then we ccuid aot tea sba
tad been a;e-.ed ty lie dtaa. We
cei bo other trea-rztj a.tT we
fo-jEd cvt what the Cut.'.nra Iu-ckOs
xtld Co for ter. J. risi a4 IZjs M.
ftiX Jiu Vraa, Ky, Oct. 13, 11.-
A Paper Party.
Try this for fun: Deliver tbe invi
tation neatly wrapped in fringed tis
sue paper tied la a bag of tissue pa
per. Slate fully that guests are to
come arrayed la paper costumes. The
women, of course, will manage easily
and the men can do so with some help
from their feminine friends. Negligee
shirts of plaited paper, cuff and belt
of paper; the latter of w hat I known
a leatherette. A prlrw to be awarded
for tbe best costume will add test to
the occasion. There are so many
snide of paper that there may be
favors for ach one. When It comes
to eetting the table pjr even to
natkln ring may be used. Tissue
paper flowers, lantern, fan and
paranoia all will add to tbe decora
tive scheme. A hat making contest
would be Interesting.
Wins Colonist Dame Scholarship,
The weholarahlp In American cltlsen
ship offered by the Missouri (Society
of Ct'l'iiilal liwmi s of America in the
I'nUerslty of Missouri baa beta
aw anted to Selvn 1). CiiUin of Har
rlsMivUle. This scholarship gives Mr.
Collins t.'otl a ear for four years.
For a Bridjj t Arrow Rock,
Senator Warner Intrud jre,l a b!U tJ
au'liorie tint St. luU at Knnrns Oily
Klectilc Kiilay c. ii.jmii) to l.uilj a
In !! a rims the Min-curl rUer at or
near At row H-k. It must W locate 1
so tut as to Interfere with aavlga
tlon. Celebrate g?th fiirtbdsy.
V. W. Tappim-yer celebrated his
birthday am.lv er-.ary at Irake.
He l father of eighteen children,
ranging In from C.J to ;T. yearw.
the largest, lient known and most
prouilr.ctit faii.lly In li.ittcor.a.Ui countv.
Mall Robber Sentenced.
(ieorge rlbol.r.g, who (urneJ state'a
evl.ieme and testified agttlnst William
l.owe, at St. Ixuils, was sentenced In
the trdetal ctuirt tn seine i year In
the penitentiary and to pay a Cue ef
IJOcu fur robbing the n.al! and hold
ing up a MUiiurl racifio train near
(ilet'ci e tiitt was se nti nced to
e."xe 13 ear.
2, COO Miners to Rssume.
Two llKnis.iiid it. al mliiers In Ft.
Clair county will resume work after
having been out for nearly two
mouth. Agrecmetil were signed by
the toprrnuutlies of the l ulled Min
ers and Independent operators, giving
the miner the Increase tleaianded.
Boilermaker Get Rals.
The bullcrinakrrs employed tn the
e voral railway shop of the Missouri
1-scitl-: Iron Mountain system have
boeu granted a wage Increase of from
1 to S cents per hour.
Jimmle Hutchison Is 95.
I'lu-ie "Jimmy" itu'.cliUon ci lebral
ed his ninety fifth birthday anniversary
at i.ls borne iu Chlllicotho, surrounded
by a !arce r.umber of Ms children.
grAr.dchtldren, great grandchildren and
frii.n.is. Mr. 1 1 utli I -on . who wa burn
in county, Kentucky, came t.i
that county with ht wife In a covered
waitoti In ISIS. .
Girl Striker Made Cosd.
The kill who struck Id a Sedalla
PM-rall factory thre months ago be
lame if a reduction of wage, and
ct lal llsl.ed a civoptjrattve lactury on
their own responsibility, havm met
with .i"h sucic that they have been
cuiipt lied to doubie their preneut ca-p.i.-!t
To Contest a Dry Victory.
The h;r,il up: Ion election in Webb
City Ki bruary I I being put to the
test. The petition of the "wets" con
tain twelve count and charge tech
nical Haw In calling the elecllon and
Illegal votes, tl. JJ. Ashcmf!, John 9.
Noll. William F. r'ehnuan and W.
Ra:ii.mr nieei the petition The mayor
and the city council are the defend
ant. The result of the election was
Llins votes g.Inst the tale of Intoal
eating liquor and l,l& totes for the
a!e of Itiloxloat'.ng liquor. The "dryt'
bad g majority of (7,
A Novel Euchre Party.
Tl.la pretty card party was conduct
ed like a cotillion and waa a great
success. It was given for 40 guest
and the table were scattered through
out the large rooms of a spacious
country bouse. In tbe first place each
guest found her place at table with
three others by means of a souveulr
When all bad arrived and were
seated at the tablo the hostess was
very particular to personally Introduce
each partner. If unacquainted, which
mado every one feel more comfort
able. Then the bell rang and playing
began, four game were to be played
and tbe oers were the ones te move
going to a table fur favor, these ttu-y
gave to the winners at the other
tables, who were taken to the table;
of the Ins. r and thus tbey met an
rntliely new set of players. There
Very distinctive are the convention
al designs on some of the new lUle
An exquisite chactllly scarf for eve
ijlt.g wear ha some of the design out
lined with gold thread.
Chameleon Is the fitting name given
to the two-tene-d taffeta which are so
popular this spring.
Hide clonings of waists and coats
are a pronounced feature, not tnly
of gowns but of suits.
Smart little coal of plain color are
worn with cheeked, striped or change
Bide voile or silk
1'ar pins for tbe cetk are to le
worn a great deal. I-arger ones are
eon as the sen advances.
I.lnj-.vrle ribbons this season ai
wider limn usual, so that when ti.-d
the tie1 is i! CH-nslilerable klie.
The "Back-to-the-farx" tciexe. as
I conceived by ilitf "art's inixigra.-jca
oommissicfcer, John H. Currac. axd as
put into tais:a:e form by fcini sod Gov.
Ha.1 ley two set-ki ago by the ortrxi.1
ration of the National Firm Hsiei
association, received a uitatfa Is.
petus when Jota M. Gleta of New
York, a delejate t3 the Ct;fe'ce of
Cbaritie and Correction, and director
of the Russc-1 Se Foundation, called
upoa Mr. Cutan acd astured him ot
hi yffipathy and sup;ort. Mr. Ciena
ha t-t-en a member cf the Nat tor. aJ
conference for years and is consid
ered a power tn Ita work. Mr. Gleta
heard of Mr. Curran's sc!iewie at tfce
or-eclr.g of the cor.feresce, when Got
Had'.ey s;oke of the bvrk-to-tie-farai
EornEcst Mr Glecn irEiEedHate'y
et out to ifim particulars aSoct the
p reject. Mr. Currar. outlined to Mr.
Giecn his p'.xn f.-f o.-gr..i.t.g a cor
poration to pareha.se t-csettled tracts
cf good farmirj laud far tie opetir-g
cf farm colonies. ea.?a cf which wlJ
have tbe benefit of sar-ervls.'cn by
trained firmer. The farxt are to be
f made ivallable '.a ber'Tf e-a -.s pt-
tle capital to start, who will pay a
certain amount each year out cf ;h
profi:t of the farm. In an endeavor to
get capita! to start the pro.Vct, Mr.
Curran ha visited phiiacthroputs la
the east and hat cbta;r.e-l at:acy ascur
ar.ces of aid. The Kael Saxe I'Duttda
tion Is cot ia a p. s;:U n to g'. xoney
to the project, but Mr. Oltcn can in
fluence r. any to t-.s etil.
Limit to wstju'i frage,
Woctier Lv citalMd lie r.i.U tt)
vote la Kraia, a prcrixc. of Austria.
They w:U be allowed to caat lbir
ballot la person acd skX by proxy.
There la, however, cae lisiiUiioo isa
posed on theia. X tpeclai Ud of Ch
Cut baa been ai lotted to tXem far lie
cxerciae of tbl right.
rr Tor m: ttu m.rc
Ee-i ( Biw. tae beet F3
. laaj-jp t eau pwcaji( ewiy i CKSiis.
Soeia tr.ea put on haxei
boardiag bouse aaiary.
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Three cf the big truck llr.e cf
M!!-i;rl had a hea.-lnt before tfie
slate board of equalnattoa relative to
the taxes cf lt;I0 They were tl
ilurl'.r.g-en. tie M;suri PaclSc ai-d
In an c; '.t:t fi'cd la the supreme
court la tacc tn w Mcji a ! the J.iJgcs
I ror.rur, Ju:e vvelon oottt tr.al tt.e
j tf!e b-.'ird cf -Jrr.til a:'.r.er has
1 Cte autV.orlty t j rreoVe l'i.er.es '? den
I Us! for pra-'.Mt.g f-ajI. drcelt asd
-p set l at Ion fa tl.cr patirau
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dutu. Ti.e eaeii ia.e Jroa
Kar.-Jt City, slctr th state beard of
i ilen-a! e v.vii.licr it ad fvioivf tie
j license if J l!.r..er Will it:; u pr.
i tice dtu'Htr la ttia state.
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Are You Dieting
And thereby hoping to cure
yourself of that annoying'
stomach distress? If so,
we want yoa to try a better
plan tH llostetter s
Stomach Bitters. It
tones the entire digestive
system and prevents any
after-eating distress, such as
Gas on Stomach, Sour
atestlon. Heartburn, Co
livrncsSa billousnrss and
Malaria. Alwavt ask for
An tneotlve tchsm tar Windew Deeieralteis.
The V 'aojrt hc-irv! c rj.:l.-.-id aad
waV.04.ee f.cs;.otr are Ktev-t'-t-f
tcre at J the is' ,tar?ce cf A'tv-r-
ccy tie sera! Vii.sr. tiey ertcj
ct a t-- !.!.? of f:Ut rites i.i
tits state wrvh Ve ---ti-i'g'eJ
atv-al i :se 1. The Lea KliJit w:.l
he a rvjj.-'.i.-a in a.ot of the classify-
wv.i fr.-ta tie r vsen: titri Tr.e
ra;:rv-.j.! have Wea (two a .'.ice l.-,t
tt-.ev i-re'ix'x' t p-..t SBtj 5errt ta'iSi
ln.-ivair ttv iT't rate aci thla tte
tvard .l! ii'ii tu ;rvrs;t.
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trverse-Siaatw r.fM. fervhe all
pre', reoor.'.s f.r ;-4at:tr.)', :ilv.y
and n"' l pr.siJet-ea. drla,; tire
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aac ic!..f iua'ic uialetuMic by Ceiu-
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Vurvaa pf Utwr staUstwa MUsui i a
lrvJ jetton cf cvnn cl fty; the mod-
era ptfe ot ff aawaa'ed la It
ta 8T.Ti3.isj p.',. aa c-.aiired KJk
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