Newspaper Page Text
W. L. DOUCLAS
SUT IN THB WOULD
Ksespss Gallows Third Tims.
Kansas City Unafraid and hopeful,
Mra. Aggie Myers for tho third time
lived through the day set for her
death upon the gallows for the murder
of her husband. Similarly has Frank
Hottman, her accomplice, sat In his
cell reading and smoking cigarettes.
First they were sentenced to die Juno
.29. Gov. Folk granted them a respite
until September 3. A few days be
fore that 'date he granted another re
spite. Recently the case was carried
to the supreme court of tho United
States, and both will have another
leaso of life for at least two or three
months while that august body Is ex
amining the voluminous records of
A Killing In Monroe County.
Paris Dcnjaniln Sager, a farmer,
was shot dead, and his con, Claude,
aged 21, fatally shot by John Sebas
tian, an aged farmer. Tho Sagers
had rented a field from Sebastian, and
wero to pay Sebastian for rent half
tho crop of corn crown thereon. They
quarreled over division of tho crop,
and Sager and his two sons attacked
Sebastian, 'It Is said, with corn knives,
whereupon the 'latter drew a plstoi
and shot two of his assailants.
May Be a Harrlman Enterprise.
Kansas City The Chicago, Jollet &
Kansas City railroad, recently capi
talized in Chicago at 112,000,000, Is
said to be a project to give tho Harrl
mau system two Important outlets
through Kaunas City. One is to the
Atlantic by way of the Baltimore &
Ohio Southwestern and the other Is
from Chicago to the southwest.
Threatened With Litigation.
Marshall The ownership of the
new A. C. Stewart chapel of Missouri
Valley college is threatened with lit
igation affecting its ownership. The
Cumberland Presbyterians and tho
Presbyterian Church of the U. S. A.,
It is said, both lay claim to it.
Buried Beside His First Wife.
Clayton Hufus A. X,ewi8, in his
will filed here, requested that his
body be burled between those of his
first wife and his deceased son, be
cause tho former was the mother of
all his children.
Horse 8ets Barn On Fire.
Trenton Joo Phillips, a farmer,
was in his baro feeding, when a
horse kicked a lantern from his hand
and knocked Phillips senseless. Tho
horse and burned burned, but Phil
lips crawled out Just in time.
Six Grandsons His Pallbearers.
Maryvllle Six grandsons acted as
pallbearers at the funeral of Henry
Toei, aged 78, a pioneer. He left CO
descendants, and his death was first
In family for years.
Sick Man Kills Himself.
St. Louis Louis Magel, G5, a sta
tlonary engineer, sick, shot himself
and died at his home. He Was a ma
rine on the Monitor during its fight
with tho Mcrrimac.
Burglars Damage Bank 8afe.
Maryvllle Burglars blew off the
doors of the safe in tho Northwest
em bank at Burlington Junction, but
secured only $15. The safe was badly
One Cent Damages.
St. Louis John M. Strong, a boxer,
who was put off a Missouri Pacific
train and "caught cold," was award
ed one cent damage In bis suit for
Killed Self Instantly.
Wand Charles V. Pope, public ad
minlstrator of Gasconade county and
a Justice of tho peace, shot himself
through the head and died Instantly.
Woman Fatally Burned.
St. Louis Mrs. Catherine McDon
nell, 48, was probably fatally burned
while watching u bonfire of leaves at
Bride Took Children With Her.
St. Charles Joseph A. Dickson and
Mrs. Florenco Megrow were married
at the courthouse In this city. Two
children accompanied the bride.
- Golden Wedding Anniversary.
Eureka Col. and Mrs. D. D. Meek
celcbratod their golden wedding. Col.
Meelv has held many offices In Wood
In Jail at Carthage.
Springfield. Hamilton , the young
murderer of an ontlro family Is In
the county jail at Carthage, Mo.,
a raving maniac. If ho continues to
be violent, ho will probably be re
moved to the state asylum at Nevada.
Nelson Chesman Dead.
St. Louis Nelson Chesman, founder
of pioneer advertising agency In busl
nes In St. Louis 32 years, died la tit
To Every Home
as with Joyous hearts and smiling face3.they romp and play when In health and
how conducive to health the games In which they indulge, the outdoor life they
enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome
diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved,
not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an injuri
ous or objectionable nature, and if at anytime a remedial agent is required, to assist
nature, only those of known excellence should be used ; remedies which are pure
and vholesome and truly beneficial in effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy,
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has
come Into general favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate
of its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use.
Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, because
they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reputa
ble physicians as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an
original method, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and
presented in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are
used to promote the pleasant taste ; therefore it is not a secret remedy and hence
we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent
medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication.
Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Flg3
always has the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly
printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size
only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having
printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fail to get
the genuine you will not get Its beneficial effects. Every family should always have
a bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial for the parents and the children,
whenever a laxative remedy Is required.
Uns Iiobm l tlx
HOES FOB XVESTBODT A All FBlTEa.
Try W. t., Douglas Woman's, Mlsaes Bad
Children's ihuai I (or style, lit stt wear
iney xrei oinar ma.
If 1 could take you Into my tart
factories at Brockton, Mass., and show
you how carefully W.L. DougUta shoes
or made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, in oeuer,
wear longer, and are ol greater valua
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you cm obtata W. L.
Douglas eboei. Hit name and price Isataaieeo
on the bottom, which prelect! you agaion nsn
prices and Inferior ehoes. Taka no mahttlt
tuts. Atk your dealer fer W.L. Douglas shoes
and Inilet upon having then. . .
fait Color tylttt us til: "ot mar brauf.
Write for llluetratrd Catalog nt Pell Stylee.
W. U DOUOLAS, Dept. 13, Ureckten, Mass.
Over 300,000 American
firmer, who have set
tled lu Canada during
the pant few y tars testi
fy to the fact that Cana
da ll. bevonil nutation.
the greatest farming land In the world.
of wheat from the harvest of 19 menu good
money to the farmer of Western Canada when
the worltl has to lie fed. Cattle Railing. Dairy
lug and Mixed Farming are also profitable calU
lugs. Coal, wood ami water in ntmndaucei
chnrche and school convenient; markets easy
of access. Taaeslow.
For advice and Information addresa the Super
intendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or
any authorised Canadian Ooverntnent Agent.
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Niatk Street,
Kaaiai City. Mitionri, or C. J. BROUGHTON,
Roost 430, Qoincy BuiMiag , Chicte, Uliaoii.
V&i i IftaVSBBBaVsW ) atsRSV
all flight long from, toothache
neuralgia, or rheumo-tistn
'kills the pain quiets the
rterves end induces sleep
At ll defers! Price 25c 50c 61.00
Or: E&rl S.SIotMv, Bosot,MoLSs.U.S.Ae
ALL-STONE CURE. "OwwMrt Calculus Cure"
""a W WSSSai VWIIBsl e a Certain Remedy FOR QALL STONES,
Htonxs Inthe KlilrnM, Stones In the Urlnnry llladdarur Uruvol, lillloiitn'ob, Hallow Completion,
jauuaiou aua an oiomitcn J rvunit ipituimir rrom niii'iumens. sv rii sor fiiremur.
svasi. LmasMj.it, astrv Aoris uraaa avense, era. tiuuia, amis.
Wrought Iron Wardrobes.
A Oorman Arm is achieving success
In tho Halo of wrought Iron wardrobes.
They aro Btipplled in four dlfforont
sizes. Tho great advantages tbo ward
robe possesses aro extreme durability,
convenient ventilation and cleaning,
and easy of transportation. Tho door
Is made of wire netting, and as tho
top slopeo obliquely tho contents are
visible at all times.
A Good Record.
Out of all tbo external remedies on
tbo market we doubt If there is ono
that has the record of that world
renowned porous plaster Allcock's,
It has now been In use for sixty years,
and still continues to be as popular as
ever in doing Its great work of re
lieving our pains and aches. It Is
the remedy wo all need when suffer
ing from any ache or pain resulting
from taking cold or overstrain.
Allcock's Plasters are sold by Drug
fists all over the world.
It Is easier, to look over another's
faults than it In to overlook thorn.
A Lnner in CUetao wliest
"I A aft AaJ terr arwrimttlnr mllaeki tt
KhrumallitK, and Tartarllthlni it I hi enlr
rrmrii thml Hon not ttrhuth iitttrftrt vUh
Tmrttrlltltlmm rarelr falls twwns it supplies
ihs blood with the necessary sntistancss todlssol vm
and rernnse trie iw'smi of rheumatism urloacld.
frse stasis ssS sir rWsk lt ss Iks , Bra sf aetaras.
mm rr. w,mh.
Bsissaua oiils,n.,l..tt falls .,! tsra
Colo Aaeats for In 'I'artarlllklne t o. I
SSXSZ TfcwpHsft Ea Watir
A. N. K. B
Life Is half spent before one knows
what life Is. From the French.
Lewis' Single Hinder straight Be cigar.
Made of extra quality tobacco. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory, l'eoria, III,
Many a man's popularity Is duo to
bis lack of self-respect.
Success in the Gulf Coast Country
Here is an example of what YOU could do.
150 Bushels of Corn from
One Acre in 15 Months
Mr. John Closncr has a farm near Hidalgo, Texas. He
has raised three crops of corn on one piece of land in the last
fifteen months. Each crop yielded not less than fifty bushels
to the acre.
He docs not have to wait for the ground to thaw in the Spring.
Almost as soon as he harvests one crop he can plant (or the next. He
is not afraid that the weather will be too wet or too dry or too cold. Ho
waters his land by irrigation and has an inexhaustible supply of water.
If you will write Mr. Closner at Hidalgo, Texas, ho will tell you
more about this country. There have been many other instances of
remarkable success in the Crulf Coast Country, of which I will be glad
to tell you upon request.
Wouldn't you like to have a small farm there where success does
not depend on uncertain weather with irregular rainfall ?
Vow the land is cheap and you can get it on easy terms. Twenty,
acres will cost you about $500. The cost of clearing it is about $5 an
acre. The cost of water for irrigation varies. You may want an
artesian well of your own; you may get water from sumo river; or you
may get it from your neighbor. But the cost is not great, and those
who have tried it have netted from the first crop a sum which has paid
all expenses and left a good surplus.
Take a trip down there and see for yourself-
that's the best way. Kvery first and third Tuesday
of each month, we will sell round-trip tickets to
any point in the Gulf Coast Country and return.
I l M at the following rates :
I -fesj-r Ff0m Chj
From St Louis, . .
From Kansas City,
From St. Paul,
From Minneapolis, - -
These tickets will be good 30 days and they
will permit you to stop over at any point. Low
rates for one way tickets on some days, also.
Let me send you our books describing the wonderful crops produced in this marvel,
ous country. Don't delay, write me to-day.
JNO. SEBASTIAN, Passenger Traffic Manager,
ROCK ISLAND-FRISCO LINES,
joo La salsa St. Station, Cklcagt, III., or 70a Frisco Blag., St. Leul. Mo.
S) Si .,
aatata arm at Jt teasa.1
faoauM tf thea ugly, grimy, gray hair. Uaa " LA ORIOLE" HAIR RltTORIR, Frio, tt.00, rataH.