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Women S offer
much' needless pain when they dehy usiuc: fVirhii
for their female troubles. Cardui lu.s been l'ounl to
rc-lievc headache, backache, pain in the aide and diz
ziness, arising from deranged organs. It docs more
than relievo, if used persistently, many have writ
ten (o say that it cured thorn.
It Will Help You
Mrs. Maxwell Johnpnn. Tainoa. Tla.. writes: "Cardui mTefl
mo after doctors and evervtlHnz
lag with numb spells ever since I was 1G years old. One day I ? i
d'l'iti' d to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I a.i f 17 .
that it has eured me. I advise all suffering women to give Carj.ii j"
a km? and fair trial." !
Mrs. Johnson cufTered years. Have you? Do you wish to?f j
But why suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair triaL
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IUVS CF INTEREST FRfiU NEiSH
L0RtN6 CITIES AS TOLD 11
. CUR UCH.KCES.
Word has i ikim J A 'i ib n Ihal
J'.k'" WiuiMitt died at hi li u.e
in bilo'iiii Spiii.gs, A li in. li-,
two weeks ago. Mr. U'.di-nit
j foi ij.i-i iy resided at Adinuitu.d
: 1 1 ru-d two tci m ha Judge of the
c'.uii'.v tout t f nun this di-lucl,
i '-.i.g a ti.euiM.-r "f that body
- i i . i 1 1 if present court bouse
v. built. Many friend here
, a i.! i gu t to learn of the death
o f tiii popular gentleman.
' Adrian Journal.
L! r. McAninch reports that
i ;i:-ers near Pdpinville have
leo-' t;y .u;T.red great loss by
Mitsui of stock dying from
!;;. lie said that U. W.
.M-.i.;g..mery of that section had
i; u to
iL.id of sheep, one bull
t he; .d ef ttvck belong-
itr parties had also
1. T:.e totk is supposed to
I. w: bti-n bitten by a dog a week
of ten days uk'o and which so far
Ls li!:i)wn is still ut large. But'
!1 r D.m.
Mi r-.-rs. Hippie & McSpadden,
...ti ii j'.or.s for curbing and pav
1 t h e public square, com
.:. iicsc v.ui k with a large force
? iiiU.U M or. day morning. The
ilr.e being two leet further
:o!n tho building!., makn:g the
'.'. it u.ui h wider a decided
..proWiU'-ijt, as on any busy day
.1 w -t;l; a aio not wide enough
ai-f-i:ii-datoih people. When
'( ur'.i ig is nil in around the
;; .u v.-oik on tlw paisg will
1 From pn sent indicati -ns
(1,'iii't not that the firm will
iny out their contract to the
iter. IJ.U's Co. Kecord.
I met a kid, the other day, who
iM.i" a mkmi ot me. He held his
vi hvit llrgi'rs up to makes
. tt-i V. and, whiie I'd most Jor
-v lieu it, with glee 1 turned to
iiii it mi ;i:i old time signal
1 it :-.s :'cil n.e t" swim, "Sure,
1,1. Fin or!'' 1 answered then
ii tr-ute. "Just wait,"
-i:.'il 1 run and get my
1 1.' - u l'."' All, me, the times
vi ! i t in these most
.. !- rn day.-! The ways of kids
1 r . t ju-t like my boyhood
;-, "ii.- uit:" The words
'. ji'-i.il t- tie they took
n ... 11.) j y. We needed no
!, .00. that, when I was
i-t .1 1. : -K c. Post.
Fn; follow s: is a quotation
.'1 ti.i Ne .iila M ail on the sub
of ilul no lir.es: Nevada
h s ii t-hanee to be consider
i i n in im w!m built electric
v a-.. i i- o.''''g i uiako a real
.1 1 1 to mi'M mother line
, 'to 1.1 1. 1.1. mi is Mr. Philips, the
' li. 11; wh.ibuilt what is known as
t'. ' ..
licit line whii h was pur
-1 b'y t h e lleims. Mr.
1 - is woikif.g on plans to
I a ioi" fii :n Army, which is
1' ui'ilir of coal fields, to
, i'-r-i li'ins., theu north to
i !, Sv..'.t or Nevada, nnd thence
t Kfin-; City. A man who lias
!:);: :ni fleet tie line is the man
w h ' Ni .id:i wants lo get close to
iM .lh i.g oil to him. The Mail
! iiiI'itii o.l from a reliable source
t.. .t Mr. Fhiiips w ill be in Nev
iii the m ar future.
. C. ar.d W. R. Uunn, capitalist-,
and jMouiotei s of Ft. Scott,
were In lore the city council
, TV. -day ninht with a proposition
1 1 pp. natural gas from th
t vi.iliouia li-.-lds to Nevada, the
pi !iv for s line to be DO cents per
tlious.i!.d tuiiio feel. They are-
, the m. :i who had an agent here
.-l ine tiaio Uk'" making tentative
contracts with our peoplo and
hue been completing arrango
r.in.ls t,inv.o to ask the franchise.
They declare that, if given tho
f 1 loihise, Nevada will have
liiatuial 4; : 1 s by winter, as the
loiupany now lias a lino to
b.ott uiul it will only be
ia cessary to build u 5? inch lino
from there lura. The maltr.r
w conidereI by the council
Tuesday night and a tornmitWe
ofhvecouncilmenand five promi
nent citizens was named to cm-
Jer tho matter and report to
ine council next Mond-y Eigbt.
A man, aged probably twenty
fWe yeara, rried In Metz by
team last Sunday. Hi name in
said to be Ileganer, but in replv
U those asking who he wa mt
1 name wa given. lie de-
eiareunewai rrom bprinKfteid, ! MJH, s j J . Kord. U no. Ir.U-r-but
it is known that he ha re o a-j Oil O... Kar: C.ty.
ided near Hume for some time, rin:..y, bookkeeper. F.ipra (,
and sot long ago worked onajst. Iai,. r; e o- F.ake, bw
farm north of town. He seemed i keep -r and ,teno., Live Svxk
to be chock full of business and Co .. St. L.u'.s.
wanted to locate here. Claiming i ifVou exr t to attr.d L;
tcbe an experiencd telephone r.. CfJ within the next
man he called upon Mrs. F. Mani- twelve norit?.. writ at or to
fold and proposed to buy the
telephone business. Mrs. Mani
fold acknowledged that it was for
sale. She did not care to make
the Bale on Sunday, however,
but if he would call the next day
they would fix up the papers and
he could take charsre at once. Ik-
claimed to have the cash and had
ordered a Springfield oank to
forward it to him here. licganer
then circulated the report that
the Metz telephone exchange
was his. Late in the evening
Marshall W. H. Catherwood re
ceived a telephone message from
a Rich Hill liveryman instructing
him to collect a livery bill from
him or place him under arrest.
A friend near Hume telephoned
that he would stand good for the
bnh Reganer posed as a single
man, but on Monday his wife snd
two children arrived. He re
mained here till Tuesday waiting
for his money, but for some
reason it failed to come. Many
are cf the opinion that the fellow
was of unsound mind. Metz
CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Mr. Leonard Powell, who has
just accepted a splendid steno
graphic position with the
Northern Pacific Railway, St.
Paul, Minn., writes us that the
demand for first-class steno
graphers far exceed the supply
and has referred to us to fill a
position at $''5 per month. Mr.
F. B. Harvey, who recently com
pleted four bookkeeping course
has just accepted a position as
bookkeeper with the bank atb'yi'-g some record t'ights may
Moberly- j be e.vpecU-u.
We are pleased to acknowledge! F.verybcdv knows the fellow
a very pleasant call from Mr.
Sievers. who was recently placed
with the andalia IUilway Co.,
a 1. liuis, at (0 pet month. Mr.
aeivers sptike of a number of
former Central Business College
Iniyswhoare holding tirsl-clasf
',T . T-'i . X.' . - I
In every country ia every .;.4i.t North. South, I'a.;:, Wot :M ve
ea. Wherever you -u, yoii'l! r.n.l n-Jwer-er t and alw-jv tho same ia"
quality, Uste ti ivor thq's uhy ui sales exceed nil tl'r bottlvU been.
ftottU4 Only At Tt
ST. LOUIS, WO.
j'.;vi' ,r. in St Louis tnjrs
ra' ic r.- from 7'3 to Si V) jx?r
Frar.r.i S jt.ivan, leno., TraSlc
r-,,t. Ma rc. st. Louis, atf
p-r nnth. Mum F.bel Moody,
kUt:-, , Hanker' Trut Co. St.
Iy.:jl. M. f'.oi Tnrr.or !..
irg h'-r.' jfrs'ihic work for Lxey
Mfg. C, 8eda!ia. Miss May
M h"!, Uno , Jones Mercantile
Co , Kar:a City. Min Ulanch
Jor;f, hue Stock Co. Mi
, Mab-ri f!,ort, u.no., wilh nitd.
U ;r.t G:.ia Co. Kataa City.
President Ho'oblr.s, Central Bo
ness College, Sedahi Mo., for
onet-fhis new college journal.
C'me on 'felless,' the swim
Tl.e !i-m among the Udies is
ofwetimes the goat among the
If swearing Cuently is oratory
Cicero couid take lessons on the
There will be no opposition to
a afe and sane fourth if the vote
IS tarwe.1 J UlT 0.
me fellows have the idea that
tJ show their bravery they must
be cruel to aniroais-
To the average man real
martyrdom consists in going to
church on Sunday morning.
History fails to give any record
of where a man's opinions were
changed on account of a curb
It is the knocker who puts the
highest price on his property
after the booster has made it
The true base ball fan does cot
mention U12 aext game until he
has he'pfd play the last one
T::e Reno colony may cow gtti 61 lue osecbert
Uncther ks.k at their delinquent ithe Autoujob.Ie Club vo'unteere
i hus,nds ir.ce the big fight is to ' the u'e ct the;r hlnes fo
i be taken t Nevada. J carriC voters to and from th
Ti.e man who paints the townj
regularly Usually liv-s in a house i
that has n t bt-en tickled withal
pi'.r.t brush in ten years. j
It costs jlOCO for repairs!
every time an airship lands.!
When the "poor
takes to i
tells the same story to hit j Fints iili7 uctil 'ovember 30th
! friends fouiteen times before he.rturo 'itait 3 days.
remembors that he has told it to;
inm a resay. Warsaw Jimcs
I oMn ar.J Itie.vcle Repairing.
i itfa' Joe Anderson.
t ' - - v "A dvi i
THE WwStfEl, DAY
C:?.EC!CSS CF STITE Fill Il
mimm c:r. 3?:.
In thir T rt U sr. th;a
ing d jy of th ti?. fair a emt
drawing card, the dlrevra cf
the state fair displayed n.cltt
jadgmtnt ia tsreing that day
over lery largtly V.:t Modern
Woodmen of Ar.r. hat
already commenced -, t tor
the blgest ls,l sen Log Ii;:-
ir.g evr he; lin th itit. Ttt
fair dlrec'.. m Lire d-!;rr.Aii
0.t.Zri a Mrxiern Voodaaa
day and hir iTi (ItZOfjO
in ch prbca V, '.Voc-Jxec,
w.il prove tir;eeu.r.g: attrfcctv
Uj the 1 ". '.v r.rs. vrs of tht
order :a this su. S.me cf lie
bt dril.i E....ury ca ia ti-i
L'ciU-d Stite. w':..-fther cr.r.r ect-
ei w.?.h Un.d S:s.'. ar-iycr
noi, are to w 1 zz.i i.-
Forester's D-rpi.-.mtLt cf th-
Modern AVvydxas a- 1 tl.e hand
some prLtra T.li no c attract
ilirgeracwr cf tie--- tAt-f
from this ar. i a lj.z'.r.g
Aside frm drilL. Vz iv.
tgs of wara.-.i other fe;i pcrt
peculiar to the Modern 17 cod en
the days pfram wLU iaclcd?
somecf the fe-e-t ntcts daring
the week asd an airship t'.z'ux bT
the fa ous ".VrlK-ht L roth era.
V.,thout doubt the Modem
Wc;dmen diywlilbe the tctt
inVercstl-g aJ attractive day
durlrg the entire week.
SCRCCL FF.3FGSITIC Ci'HlES.
Tue prorosition to issue bonds
on D jtler School District totiie
amount of $C3,C for the par
lse of erecting a new High
School building suitable for the
needs of the district was carried
at a special election Teesday by
a vote of ill f:rani 117aaimt
the proijsiti.:.n, the vot stand
cg almost 3 1-2 to 1.
Tuesday was an idoil day for
the election, ard workers, both
for and against, gathered early
at the ijlls. Many members of
polls, and worked faithf ally antil
the last vote was cast.
A heavy r;te for the proposit
ion was cast eariy giving a head
which was never overcome
j -AVW.fwu vMia 111 A3VUII
i Pacific Cdena, Lranson andHol
lister. Missojri and White Hirer
Summer Tourist Rates, Pertie
Springs, Sweet Springs KcAleitor
and Houstanu, daily, May toXh to
Sept 30th. K. A. BAILEY,
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