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s ..? MISSOURI STATE NEWS f Bomb Found In Boiler. A nitroglycerine bomb of sufficient power to have wrecked the plant was recently discovered In the plant of the Meyers Stone company at Lake Hide, a Btatlon on the SouthweBt Mia aourl electric line, ten miles north east of Joplln. There had been no labor troubles or other dlfliculties and no motive for the attempted crlmo is known. The bomb was placed in a boiler of the plant and the death of Kngineer 1 laker would un avoidably have followed an explonIon. i Civil League at Aurora. On the day the local option law be came effective in Aurora, an organiza tion wan perfected known ns the Au rora Civil le:i(.'iie, which has for Its purpoHo the better enforcement o! law, assistance to officers in law en forcement and the public pleclKe. ol Its members that they will support for municipal and local officers, mily those who stand for civic righteous ness In its most comprehensive nenae Partisanship is to be eliminated. Sedalia Woolen Mills Burned. The Sedalia woolen mills, a larse two-story brick bnlldlnx In which 'JC people were employed, burned re cently together with its contents. The origin of the fire Is not known posi tively, but it Is believed to have been set on fire nfter being robbed of goods The water pressure was so low that the fire department was not able tc fight the flames successfully. The loss is about t.Vi.ono, with $?,ri,00(i insur ance. Stone Presents an Old War Claim. Senator Stone has undertaken tlif collection of a claim against the gov eminent dating back to the Civil wai when Union forces stabled theli horses in the Catholic church in New Hamburg. lie has introduced a bll. appropriating $25,000 in payment ol the damage done to the church build ing. Senator Stone also introduced s bill appropriating $125,000 for a pub lie building in Clinton. Blown Up By Natural Gas. The home of J. W. Sage, a m chanlc. was wrecked at St. Joseph b an explosion of leaking natural gas The hair was burned off Sage's head and Hubert lioyd, a deaf mute room er, was blown through a window while asleep and badly injured. Al the doors and windows in the house were blown out. but other member of the household escaped harm. A Realistic Game of Cowboy. While playing that he was a cowboy and his four-year-old companion wat an Indian, Ned H. Siarmer. 11 year old. shot and killed George lilaksly at St. Joseph. The Ikjjs were alone In the room of the Starmer house. A double barreled shotgun was used Just one year ago the little sister ol the dead boy was killed by a horse's kick. She Never Rode on a Railway. Miss Margaret Davenport. fC years old, died recently at her home in Kan sas City where she was born Janu ary J.0, 1S41. She was rtie daughter of James Davenport, who moved tc this county from Kentucky in 1838 He died In 1SSS. Miss Davenport never took n railroad journey and wac neve- outside of Jackson connty. Clinton County Goes "Cry." A', the local option election in Clin ton county the county voted against the saloons by a majority of 250. Clin ton county will now be wholly dry with the exceptiou of Cameron, which has not voted upon the question. Plattsburg, the county neat, will be dry, too, although it gave 24 votes in favor of saloons. "Bill Club" to Dine. "Bill Club No. 1 of the World" has fixed the date for Its annual banquet. The dinner will be given at the Snapp hotel December 31 and the guests will stay to watch the old year out and the new year In. Another feature of this year's dinner will be the ad mission of the wives and sweethearts of the members. A list of speakers is to be announced later. England Buys Mules. The Hrltish government has bought 1.500 mules In Missouri, which are be ing assembled in Lathrop for sMp ment to New Orleans. The nnirnals are destined for Hombay. India. A shipment of 500 mules last year was so successful that the business prom ises to develop Into large proportions. A St. Joseph Musician Dead. J. Marshall Williams, for ten years a soloist with Sousa's band in New York and for two years in grand opera in the metropolis, died at Chillicothe recently after u long illness. For six years he lived in St. Joseph where he organized one of the bent choirs of the West. Found Petrified Log. Some miners, digging a shaft near Sarcoxie, discovered a petrified wal nut log at a depth of 240 feet. The outside had turned to stone but the i Inside of the log could be crumbled between the fingers. Only One Vote for Liquor. Only one man knowingly voted for open saloons in Hume recently. Four others cast a "wet" ballot by mistake. The total vote should be 121 "dry," one "wet." Hume was already a dry" town. i KANSAS HAPPENINGS Even Drug Stores to Close. Even the drug stores are to be closed Sundays in Topekn and per sons wanting prescriptions filled must have them attended to Saturday or else endure their ailments until Mon day. Some time ago Mayor (Jreen signed a Sunday closing ordinance which requires the closing of all pUces of business, except drug stores, on Sunday. Even thci;o ure restrict ed to the sale of necessary medicines. Hut the dnigihts met and r.n ot them signed an agreement to cos". Pastes May Ee Restored. n. ! Wagirener, attorney for the. Missouri Pnclllc railroad, KiV-nis to bo pf the opinion that the new anti-pass law which becomes eff Ttlve on Jan uary 1 In KiiDFns is unconstitutional. "I am not hj hup?." ho nakl recently, "that people won't ride on passes next year. I think the law Is uncon stitutional. It provides that no free passes shall be issued except to cer tain favored classes. If this is not class legislation. I rad the authori ties wrongly." To Call Railroads to Time. Members of the Mercantile club of Kansas City will appear before the board of railroad commissioners at Its meeting and ask for a rehearing at once to require nil the Kansas rail roads to erect passenger stations in Kansas City. The board has made an order requiring freight stations to be erected in that city and made a rec ommendation that passenger depots be built. The beard could not order the passenger stations until after a hearing. Buy Their Own Bonds. Foreign investors will get no chancechance at the $4t).000of refund ing bonds to be issued In January by Cloud county in place of Missouri Pacific railroad bonds then coming due and of which $20,000 will be paid. Home people have subscribed for the entire issue, there being 22 subscri bers who take from one to 1G of the $500 bonds each. The last of the $10, 000 has been subscribed. County Officers Raid Joints. The county ofilcers headed by Coun ty Attorney Charlton and Sheriff Paxton, raided the saloons of Coffey, rillo and arretted five Jolntists. A large quantity of liquor was secured. The county atorney has started a court of inquiry which will last sev eral days and which promises sensa tional results as far as this city ad ministration is concerned. Ouster proceedings are threatened. Over 300 Attend Farmers' Institutes. The farmers' institute held at Leotl was a great success with over 800 farmers and their families to com pete. Organization was made with 8. E. Lee for president and K. C. Gerard for secretary. Discussions were on wheat and live stock. Messrs. Miller and Kinzer from the state agricultural college were there assisted by local speakers. Saline Lost the Case. K. Zanditon of Topeka. arrested at Sallna for conducting an auction store without a license won a victory in the district court to which he ap pealed from the police court. In the police court Mr. Zanditon and three employes were found guilty and fined $400 each. The store will he continued there as a branch of the Topeka store. Passed Consular Examination. Tho announcement was made by the department of state that nine candi dates for appointment as consul had passed the recent examination. One of the successful candidates is Dart ley F. Yost, of Downs, at present clerk of the district court of Osborne county. Burglars Blow Open Safe at Lyons. ISurglars entered O. H. Tlcknor's meat market at Lyons recently, blew open the safe and escaped with from $20 to $25. The safe was completely demolished. The explosions were beard by people living in the vicinity but the work wns done so quickly that no one arrived in time to inter fere. Detectives are nt work on the case and believe they have a clue which will result in the capture of the thieves. To Enlarge Federal Building. A bill to appropriate approximately $10,000 to erect an ad.lition to the Federal building In Kiinsas City is to be introduced at this session of con gress. Tills will be the result of a visit to Washington of W. It. Childs, postmaster. An Old Time Kansan Dead. George V. Townseud, sr.. Ci years old. for half a century known in po litical and business affairs of north eastern Kansas, died at St. Joseph recently. For many ars he was in business in 'Proy. Want Trains Restored. The Missouri Pacific, through Its action in taking off eight passenger tralnB in Kansas December 8, appears to have made trouble for Itself. The Commercial club of Osborne, which is affected by the new schedule on the Central Hranrh. has filed a formal complaint with the tate board of railroad commissioners asking that the former service be reinstalled at the order of the board. This is only one of the petitions that are on their way to the board from nearly tvery town along the Ou'rul Jiranrh. A TERRIBLE CONDITION. Tortured by 8harp Twinges, Shooting Pains and Dizziness. Ilirara Center, CI 8 South Oak Street. Lake City, Minn., says: "I w as so bad with kidney trouble r that I could not M straighten tip nfter cooping witnout sharp pains shooting through my back. I had dizzy spells, was nervous and my eye sight was affected. Tho kidney secre tions were irregular and too freonent. I was !n a terrible condition, but Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and I have en joyed perfect health since." Sold by nil dealers. CO cents a box. Fostcr-Milbiim Co., Puffalo, N. Y. THAT SWEET CHILD. "You'll be too old to sit on people's knees soon, Dolly." "Oh, no, I won't, auntie! I'm not half as old as sister and she sits on Mr. Wilson's knee. I'm never going to be too old for that sort of thing!" BLACK, ITCHING SPOTS ON FACE. Physician Called It Eczema in Worst Form Patient Despaired of Cure Cuticura Remedies Cured Her. "About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my face and a few covering my body, which produced a severe itching Irritation, and which caused me a great deal of suffering, to such an extent that I was forced to call In two of the leading physicians of . After a thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced it to be skin eczema In the worst form. Their treatment did me no good. Finally I became de spondent and decided to discontinue their services. My husband purchased a single set of the Cuticura Remedies, which entirely stopped the breaking out. I continued the use of the Cuti cura Remedies for six months, and after that ever splotch was entirely gone. I have not felt a symptom of the eczema since, which was three years ago. Mrs. Lizzie U. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave, Selma, Ala., Oct. 28, 105." Charming an Audience. A young lawyer with political as pirations was about to make the first Important speech of his career. Ho knew Spenker Cannon, and ventured to ask his advice in the matter of ad dressing an audience. "My son," cald the veteran, "find out what Interests your audifnee and talk to it on that subject. If you find you can't strike tho oil of its attention, stop boring it." Success Magazine. Laundry work at homo 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 ko much starch that (lie beauty and fineness of the fabric is hidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys tl.e appearance, but also affects the wear lug 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 strength than other makes. Equal to the Occasion. Pa I caught young Smith hupping our Maria the other night. Ma Goodness gracious! What did you say? Pa I ssid: "You are getting on fast, young man." And what answer do you suppose ho made me? Ma Dear knows! What did lie say? Pa He said: "Well, I'm holding my own." There In mrp Catarrh In thtt ..rttnn of trie wintry than all oilier (ll.ea.ra l-ul l"setlier. and uwll the luat few year, was .ui'inieeil lu I Ibi uralile. r - r a n-al liianjr years flucl.ir. l-roliuuru-i-il H a linal ll.ea-e an-t pre.rrltiml Im-al rt'lii-ltr.. anil by rnUlitiy f4l 1:. to cure a-lltl l-.ru: ireatttient . ppin--uiu-eil 'I InrtnuMt1. btiieD'-a lint pr.iT.-D l alarrli fc. tie a .nt It in iunftl tfla ea. ami i hen-fur reiiutrrarni.iltiitl ii;altrca:-.rriit. Hair t alarrh Cure. imnuta''ttiriil hy K.J.I lifi.ey A ('u.,T"leilu,Obli'. la the only Int1tult.iiml cure un the markrt. It la takuo Interna'ly In i)ot a from 10 drop to a tea.po"nful. It art. illr-cl!v mi llii l.ionii and inticuii. mrla i. uf the ylein. i:n- ..tTuroiin bundled dollara for any re II falla I., cure. bo4 fur ctrrulara aud tltiiou'al. Addrent: F. J. III N&Y CO., Toledr, Ohio. bold ij lirutrw'iau. "'--. Taae uail a I onil.y JMUa for constipation. Point of History Cleared Up. The Dentist Now, open wide your mouth and I won't hurt you a bit. Tho Patient (ufter the extraction) Doctor, 1 know what Ananias did for a living now. illustrated Ultr.. Your Wife, Mother r Sister Can make l-rntui, CIiopoIhI; and Custard ph'S tiettt-r than thn HxfM-tt cook by uhiiik "'OUK-I'IK." bh nil tin- incrcilirniii ur- in ihv puckiiK'' rr-uil v fur Imini-thiitH uhh. Kach package, tiotmh fur two lurKo pii-M, 10 cents, oriler to-ilny from your iiruo-r. More men ar lnjnrod liy liavinc thlni-'H mailt; i-usy for tlietn than by bavins their jiaths bofot with difll cultis. C". 1!. 1'arkliurst. mm 1 DRANK WITH HI3 FEET. Clergyman Knew the Best Place to Put the Whisky. There was no fire in the smoking car and everybody was blue and trem ulous with cold. "My feet fairly ache," said a clergy, man. Then a drummer, winking nt his nelGhbors, pulled out a flask of whis ky. "Here's the best filing golns for cold feet, friend." lie said. And the clergyman extended tils hand for the bottle eagerly. "You bet it is." said lie. He poured a huge drink Into the glass, lifted It toward tho drummer with a "Here's looking at you, sir," and then, flipping off his boots, emptied tho whisky into them. "In two Minutes my Ice-cold feet," he said, "will be In a warm glow. Whisky poured Into tho boots varus the feet like a hot stove." For Cigar Smokers. When you smoko a cigar you want a good line. A poor cigar I a niiik abomination and a stench in your own nostrils and in those of your friends within smelling distance. Tho trouble with most of us is to find a cigar with rich, sati:-fying nrnma and easy drawing qualities without paying an exorbitant price for It. H remained for Frank P. Lewis of Peoria, 111., to solve the problem for us. His Lewis' Single Hinder 5c. cigar Is without doubt the peer of any brand of 10c cigars on the market. The Lewis' Single Hinder cigar is wrapped in tinfoil and reachcB the smoker ns fresh ns when leaving the factory. Its smooth, rich, satisfying smoking qual ities are a delight both to the palate and the nostrils of cigar connoisseurs everywhere. In spita of the fact that the Lewis factory employ no travel ing men tho sales this year will ex ceed 9,1100.01)0, the demand being cre ated solely on the high quality of tho tobacco used. Builds Church for His Own Use. George Smith, who, a few months ago, created a sensation in the dis trict court at Reno by kneeling in prayer in the midst of a murder case and asking (iod for light on the evi dence in the case, and who later se verely criticised tho Judge for pass ing tho death sentence on four con victed men, has built himself a church on the crest of a high hill, several miles northeast of this city. The church is right by two large roads, constructed at much expense. The building Is small, but artistic. It stands in a country unsettled, and Smith, who lives nearby, Is the only person within miles of the church. Tonopah (Nev.) Sun. Starch, like everything else, is be ing constantly improved, tho patent Starches put on the market 5 years ago are very different and Inferior to those of the present day. In the lat est discovery Defiance Starch all in jurious chemicals are omitted, while the addition of another Ingredient. In vented by us, gives to the Starch a strength and smoothness never ap proached by other brands. A Delicate Job. Doctor The Increasing deafness of your wife i.s merely an indication of advancing years, anil you can tell her that. Husband Hum! would you mind telling her thai yourself, dix'tor? Philadelphia Intpilrer. Important to Mothers. Examine cari'tiiily every but lie of CASTOKIA u sate and sure remedy for infants aud children, and see that it Hears the Signature In I'so For Over :( Years, The Klud You Have Always UoughL All the Earmarks. First Tramp (reading advertise ment) Man wanted to chop wood, bring up coal, take care of garden, mind chickens aud children. His Pal (groaning) Oh, these mat rimonial advertisements muko me tired! Illustrated Hits. aim: vol it i.oTiir, rwi:nr l'ne lied Cross It.tll lllue hihI iii;iKr tlirm while ug.nn. Luce '1 .. tiai l.ug'-, j I't-tiU. A woman can keep n secret if no body cares whether she does or not. OSI.V llK I'llllOMI) (II1MV: That Ik I A1ATM K llltuMool IMNK l.-. for tin- Oki. Mum ol V.. W. .Ko V.. ImiI llui W14 uvur to Curu u told In uuu J'uy. 'ie. it would ui-i-in, in but li blind and deaf. 9k ST PATRICK H.A.r a. I I IRELAND -WJ aT S! JACOBS OIL Drive all aches frem the body, cures Rhcumatiam, Ncurnllu and CONQUERS PAIN 25c ALL DRl'GUISTS 50c. fl B'(S7D3 S1MGILE aBBMPEK SKA82ilir St them toi o ? Vicaf! I .III A H .V 1 K 313 -Girl Dolli'Drrtr. ilh Separate Guimpe auj Coat. To Teach the Future Mother to Dress the Future Child we have prepared The Bulterick Rag Doll and a scries of patterns of attractive Dolls' Drewr. etc. This doll n nliout 18 inches high, printed flat in eight colors on durahlc cloth, quickly and easily made up. Remember it is but a step for the little ones from the making of pretty clothes for thrir dollies to the more useful accomplishment of making dainty parmcnls for themselves and others. For this reason we make the following P 1 ftt . For 25c in (tumps or coin we will mail you The jpCCiai Ulieri But'.rrick Rag Doll, and the two all, a-live Doll' " " I'allcitu, dmvtn above iSrnd at erne lo The Rug-Doll Department THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING CO., Ltd., Butterick Building, New York. Only One Crop of Land Don't Forget This and Don't Forget to Buy Your Share Now Before it is All Gone. You Can Get Rich in South Texas in a Few Years on an Investment of $210, Payable $10 a Month Without Interest. Read the Following: St. Jo, Trim, April 20, 1007. Dr. V. Simmon, Pan Antonio, 'IVxaa. D.'r Sir: I luive jut-t ii tuiii t Hum n '-it to vmir uri.nuo uti- rniirh, wlif'tc I liavr trn tor the iurpM t-t initiatiiii; tin i-oinlit iont of foil, i Innate, rumfiill, etc., ami iU uiiaiiiilulity to nnn-i.il iarnniif;, t lin k ((row nig ml fruit. 1 found niinlil itina rrnlly lirltrr 1 In n rin toil, nml full, lip lit r privi ntal mil" in your lili-mtitrc. The m il mviik to Ik of lino ii.ili(y ami ol Mirli variety it to luaKc ilivrraiiit'il tattninic ray toiti piolil.-ttili. While on tlie nni'li I li"'l the pleamne ol 'uMlinjr Hall, Kteiicliiiian. Turkey Creek. Witi'lmill, Muley Cow nml lleailiii.n-ti ih piintuiex I ilnl not kee tin; Vn'.uw panful-en hut wan nmureil ly di-inteieteil parties that, it wuh even tietter Hum lliat vhiili I exainniril, unil lu-heying lair. I e.otio Inline perfei-tly .-at ixlieil that )oll Law lite liet 1. 1. .pout ion, for the poor man. in Suntlnvt-t Tcxa. On farniN ti'lj. union your ranch 1 kiw line eropx rtouin without iirin lion, unit this I eoiisiilir niuil kalile in nv nt the Meie ilmin-ht, uhnla obtain tit tin tune over the enure xlate. I nm sure thm will prove to Is' a fine fruit enovinK itvliou, e4,ei-iallv for grapes, tie uinl hern', ami that tiie Hater miiIy is Hiitlii'ienl nis-tii certainly to he proved hy t flim iiik nrteMan u lis in ainais paitr. of luntuie, and thin tilni Nettles the 1 1 ink (.o-ewin pioioFit ion. Vuu li.nu my lii ally i-mlnr.-euiftit on both nir Louis and plan of sale. Veiy 1 1 uly vn'iii, nit T. I-', l os i i;i! l!enn ml'iT on jr f n tiu k or fuilt f .no of li-mi In I i IIIO a. n in th fmoi-t i-ouiiliy in the wld, and (wo (nun loin tor yJlu. Write for literature and name of nearest 0);nit. DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS, 215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. SHOES AT ALL i.ron tviny' MEMBER Or THE fAMILV. MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND cm W. L. Doufffam maraVe mnd mora mrr- mmn'mtXTBO.ta.OO mna J.Whom Uia , . iimh an omp mmnuraclurmr HBO wmria. world, AVscawM Ihmv hold mhmpo, tit mmllor, mrnmr lonowr, iV mrm or Brmmtmr vmluo fnan anjf mtiomm L IHm mtomld ta.dmn. ldi-dmy. W.L.Oouo1mm $4 mnd $B DIM tdgm Bhomm emnnot bm mmuallmd af any or lam. X If CArTION. v. I,. IteiiKlaa nmnn ami i.rl-o Is ar-iiiiiie.1 en lH.to.in. Tub fin fciih Mitiil.. S-.lilli, til 1i.t lite il-:ilera ev.r j her.. Sha na!lt from fir-fury In an, iai ol l ho wurhl. Illui.lralr.1 ctl,.n Itnv. W. I.. IMH ll., llr.M I, Inn, Hnaa. n nil. till fnrmM SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. 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