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ARCADIA VALLEY SANITARIUM OF OSTEOPATHY
ttr Bonanza IRONTON. MISSOURI. H ERR 55 H FAITH ft i Ovsnoad V II MVKft.fttOMCT VIUMT O ROAMS. KM W I IMPROPER TREATMENT II jj 9 IK Smrt rleht unfl start rts-fct now fl' J? 9 V 1 for llvef and kidney troubles is worse thim no treatment nt ull. You can't afford to let dociom exrwlinom on you or to take worthless nostrums that will only wmvair the dlacase your life depends uu It. Smrt rlirht anil start rtrt t now ty riujinir a boule or lr. .1. II. ttrLran'M Liver and Uid nry Jlaliu. It will cure you it will build you up und make you strong, well aud hnilihy unain. Snd for our booklet "Sound Sen-ne" It tolls you atxmt these diseases and how to discover tliein in yourself. A bottlo Jit Tour Druggist's If he doesn't keep it. send us tl.uuandhis name, and we will express yen a bottle, charges prepaid. THE D8. J. R. McLEAN MEDICINE CO. St. Louis, Ho, Unless a check is soon put to their operations, says an exchange, the trusts will commence buying large tracts of land, put up chosp ehaks for tenants, import cheap labor from southern Europe, as the anthracite mine owners have done, put their cheap laborers on the lands and, re ceiving cheap transportation from the railroads as they now do, they will to in a position to crush out the small farmers. A majority of the farmers have been warming the vipers that will sting them to death when they get good and ready, which will he at so distant time unlets their heads are scotched. Louisville (III.) Ledger. General Nelson A. Miles has been the object of no small amount of abuse because he reported conditions and facts touching the conduct of the United States army in the Philippine Inlands, and some even go so far as to cause one to infer that the General went there on his own motion for the purpose of criticising the administra tion, but the fact is that he was Bent there by President Roosevelt, under instructions. But the veteran of the civil war, who saw service also against the Indians and during the Cuban war, can stand all the abuse and misrepre sentation which the politicians fcr revenue only can give. The people have faith in General Miles, and will sustain him. Elkader (la.) Democrat. The Orlhomonic Era, of Indiana, commenting upon an interview given out by Senator Simmons of North Carolina, says: "The Orlhomonic would inform Mr. Simmons it is not Mr. Bryan that will control the next National Democratic Convention but the great Democratic principles in the Kansas City platform. Tho battle of 1904 will be a conflict between true Democracy and plutocracy. In this battle there Is no middle ground. It is not the election of the noble states man from the western city which bears the name of Lincoln, bo much as it is the salvation of the nation from the gamblers, the trusts, monopolists and alien masters. It is a war for the very life of the republic The re public of Florence fell through the cunning of wealth. Our nation is In like peril to-day." i The Backward Season has com pel led us to offer Goods at than Manufacturers' Cost! Less No. 1. 200 Ladies' Sample Linen and Cloth Skirts at about Half-Price. 0 No. 6. Price. $500 worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats and Caps at Half- No O $1000 worth of French Artificials In 1W. Zr. Silk Velvet with rubber stems, 200 Ladies' Silk Veils at Less Than Half-Price. 1000 yards Silk ChefTon Vesting at Half-Price. 100 Children's Fine $1.00 Trimmed Hats at 35c. IVr) 7 $1,000 worth of Men's Shirts, Under iyJ J , shirts and Drawers. Ladies' Sum mer Unioni5Suits at Half-Price. No "3 worth of French Valencienne 111. J, Lace, Ladies' Lace Handkerchiefs, Men's Silk Mixed Handkerchiefs at Half-Price. No. 8. Steel Enamel Ware, Screen Doors, Window Screens. Screen Wire. Win dow Shades, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper. No. 4. 10,000 yards of Embroideries Insertion at Half-Price. and lJn $2,000 worth of Children's, Youths', nJ. J. an(J Men,g clothing at Half-Price. $2,000 worth of Babies' Misses' Ladies' Boys' and Men's Shoe? The best makers in tho United States at Less Than Cost of making them. IVq Q Try our Cherry Phosphate, a 10c j lJt Bottle makes twenty drinks. A Fine Gautemala Roast Coffee at 10c per pound. Best Java20c p6und, two pounds for 35c. Cuspi- f dors 10c, Kitchen Reflection Lamps 30c. Lanterns. our Very Fine Green Tea 45c per pound; the f best. Sweat and Collar Pads for Horses. Agent 9 for Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves. Anything you want at Bonanza. GREATER BONANZA. Next to the Postoffice. IRONTON, MISSOURI. Summer Incursions. ARCADIA COLLEGE -RND- Unusually low rates to Colorado, Yellowstone Park, California and the great northwest. Descriptive matter and full particulars Union Pacific K. K. Co., 903 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Fob Salk On any reasonable terms to a responsible party, a good organ Call at this office for information. Graham Flour, Kye Flour and dlings at Ironton flour mill. Mid- beroen doors, poultry notting and screen wire. Bonanza, CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Fob Sale Cheap, for casb, the Zwart homestead and adjoining prop erty. Address inquiries to J, A Zwart, Farmington, Mo. Mrs. Laura. S. Webb. Vle-P resident Momrm-s Demo crat iC Clubs of Atom burn Ohio. "I dreaded the change of life which was last approaching. I noticed Wine of Cardui, and decided to try a bot. He. I experienced some relief the first month, so I kept on taking It for ; three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It off and on now until I have pas ted the climax." ' FeinrJe weakness, disordered mensea, falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow a woman to thechange of life. Do not wait buttake Wine of Card ai now and avoid tho trou ble. Yine of Cardui never fails to benefit a Buffering woman of any af ;e. Wine of. Cardui relieved Mrs. Vebb when, she was in dan ger When you 'some to the change of. life Mrs. Webb's letter will raean more to you than it docs now. But you way now avoid the suffering she 'tndured. Druggists , sell $1 bottles, of Wine of Cardui. -OF THE- Ursuline Sisters Jill The system of education pursued In this iiiBuiubruii ih uuHigneu to uuveiuu me mora i intellectual and physical powers of the mi- jpils; to make them refined, accomplished ana U'eiui mf Diners 01 society. Put lis of denominations are equally re seive'i allint'jrferencewitn their convictions being carefully avoided. -T ERM S- .'OFi BOATMEN'S BANK, ST, LOUIS. JOHN HLBERT, DEALER IN Doors, Windows, Sewine Machines. Bic;i.. Repairs, Tinware, Graniteware, FurnA- . hire Made and Repaired, Picture; 'Frames Made to Order. Also. Undertaker and Embalmer, Capital $2,000,000! BUBPLUS, $1,000,000. Ironton, Mo B .J.LICKLOD, President. WM.H.TH01IS0N, Cashier I imea at t ia office and will rln nromnt atUntlnn Will Practice In all the Courti of the gists. '"" ioni'i' of hi. patroi J)H. A. 8. PRINCE, 485b DENTLST, ; Ironton, Missouri, TENDERS hltprofriiilonal services to the peo ple t tbla teotion. He will be round at all Board, Washing of Clothes, Tuition n Kng linh, and all kinds of Useful and Orna mental Need'e Wort, per Session of Five jnontns, are .'tuu.inj payame in advance, erms for instruction in Music, Foreign Language, Drawing and Painting can bi had by applying as below. Attached to the Convent, and totally aepa .ted from the boarding school, if a S6LCT DHY SCHOOL n which the usual branches of sound and practical education are carefully imparted. Terms in the Day School will be, for the present, une uouar per Montn. Information mav oe had bv atmlvinar In peiBun or uy inner, to MOTHER MART AN. SiiOBrlnrem of lie Convent oith.UrulinobUtri,Arcli,lroD itonncy, mo. v H. IK. COLLINS1 LIVERY AND FEED STABLER IROJSTTON MO OTICETOPICNICERS AND EXCURSIONISTS Hacks, Sorlne-Wacron. Sinele and AVULMO UKgKBi 1111 C'OllllfiU jHF rlages and Two-Seat sd Carriages, with oom Detent drivers; als a, the best of Sitddl Horses for Ladies an d Gentlemen can be had at REASONABLE JiATKS. Grave's Tmteless Chill -Tonic has stood the test , 25 years. Av erage Anmsa! Sales over One ani a Ha if Million vvuna. . iwra u js recom or niern. appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c. j wuh cv ery botue is a r.T cent, package of Crovo's Black Root. Uver Pills. I II Ull IIMMIIIIWIIIH CHICAGO Th ree Elegantly Equipped Trains leaving St. Louis Daily, comprising Observation Cafe Cars, Parlor Cars, Dining Cars. Sleep ing Cars, and Free Reclining Chair Cars. Leave ST. LOUIS 9:22 A. M., 9:05 P. M., 11 132 P. M. Arrive CHICAGO 5:22 P. M., 7:30 A. M.p 8:02 A. M. Any further information will be cheerfully given by asking your Home Ticket Agent, or addressing J W. D. WOOD, TRAY. PASS. AG'T, ST. LOUIS, M0. ARCADIA VALLEY POULTRY PLANT, Barred, White and Buff Plymouth Rock Eggs for hatchlnu, 50c a sotting. Also have "Sunn IlATcn" Incube tors and brooders and other Poultry Sup plies. J. C. Medley, Arcadia, Mo. FRISCO SYSTEM. St. Louis, Memphis & Southeastern R. R. Co. Shortest and Best Line Between points in Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas and principal points in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory. Daily Through Ser vice Between' Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Hgxie, Ark. Lv. Hoxie 5:30 a. m., Ar. Cape Girardeau II 130 A. M. Lv. Cape Girardeau 2:30 p. M., Ar. Hoxie'8:30 P. M. 5 TO fARMERS" J HIGHEST MARKET i f jHr? PRICES PAID FOR i I Cattle, Hois Sleep! g j 1 NAGEL'S MEAT MARKFT f IHONTON. MO. v ROBERT BAIRD, Physician and Surgeon, ; ' ARCADIA, MO. Tenders Ms professional 'service! to the people oi this vicinity, At Iron Mountain Wednesdays and Sundays. OFFICE! Cottage Hotel, Arcadia, Mo. ' Through car services between Caruthers ville and Memphis, Tenn. Close connec tions with Iron Mountain trains at Hoxie, Ark., Naylor, Mo., Poplar Blufl, Mo., Wil liamsville, Mo., Delta, Mo., Sikeston, Mo., Oran, Mo., and with Cotton Belt trains at Delta, Mo., Paw Paw, Mo. With Illinois Central at Cape Girardeau, Mo. With St. Louis & Culf (Frisco System) trains at Carruthersville, Mo., and Cape Girardeau, Mo. Through tickets sold at all stations to points on Frisco System, and at principal stations to all principal points on other lines. E. F. Blomeykr, G. P. A,, " Cape Girardeau, Mo. Bryan Snvdbr, Traffic M'g'r, . St. Louis, Mo. Academy of Music Ironton. Mo. Audit Minn, 50x87 feet. Stage, 23 x87 with otenlng or proscenium 16:6x12. Two dressing -rooms, one on either aide of stage, and a I ar ie room underneath . Four Scenes Street, Yi ood, Kitchen and Parlor In grooves Fitted with allordlnaryappnrtenances. Hal seated w th chairs, and gallery with benches Beatlngtapacltyabout500. ' The towns of Ironton, Pilot Knob and Arcadia, with a population of 8,000, are within a radius of one mile Ironton In the centre. Forter ns.etc.aDplvto GUANDHOMME. Sup't. ic ... ' . DE. W. J. SMITH, Graduate American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. CONSULTATION FREE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Board, Room and Treatment, Jio to $15 per week; Special Rates to parties de siring Board Without Treatment ..... This Institution is designed and constructed for the comfort and accommodafion of patients who seek relief and recuperation and the recovery of lost health. Its location is admirable for this purpose. It is on the Iron Mountain Railway, 89 miles south of St. Louis, and 640 feet above that city. Nestled, at the foot of Shepherd Mountain, embow ered among majestic trees, just off the main street, and free from its noise and dust, and alongside, and connected with, the famed Emerson Park, with its shady walks and drive ways, Sylvan Lake and Grant Spring, and their attractive surroundings, no more beautiful or restful retreat for the invalid and convalescent, or the weary and careworn, can be found in all America. WM. K. EDGAR, President. E. D. AKE, Vice-President. MANN RINGO, Cashier. IFON COUJMTY BANK, IRONTON, MO. Capital, $10,000. Surplus, $5,200. Does a General Banking Business. Accounts Solicited Insured Against (Burglary BOARD OIF DIRECTORS: .G. WHITWORTH, Sr., W.R.EDGAR, J. M. WHITWORTH W' H. WHITWORTH, , MANN!RINGO LOUIS MILLER, E. D. AKR. 5i AUGUST RIEKE, PROPRIETOR A nitmoiGnn Donn Dnnnf 5 UUllulOUi ljuof pjJUl ; IRONTON, TOO. 'Ike Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Anheuser's Famous Brew on Tap. Saloon one door north of Lopez's. Collins i Smitli Grocery Co., DEALERS IX Staple and Fancy Groceries, Provisions, Candies, Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco. The highest market price for Country Produce of all kinds. We solioit a share of the public's patronage, assuring thorn fair treatment, low prices and pure fresh goods In our line. Eespectfully, Collins & Smith Grocery Co., IRONTON, MISSOURI. TUST OPENED .AT.... HILBURN's ANNAPOLIS STORE THE FINEST LOT OF ' CALICOS AND OTHER DRESS GOODS, HATS, CAPS AND SHOES Ever seen in the South End. Also a line FRESH GROCERIES ALWAYS ON HAND, Call and learn the prices before buying elsewhere. , n7A.Ii.3E THE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE! -TO- St. Louis, the North and ICast Connections made In Union Donot at St. Louis with throueh trains Ex press Trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit. Buffalo. New York. Philadelnhla. Boston, Washington and all principal Eastern cities. Only One Change of Cars to San Francisco and the City of Mexico Through cars to Galveston, Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Sau An ' tonlo, Laredo and El Paso. Free declining Chair Cars to Texarkana For tickets, sleeping oar berths and further information, anniy to Com pany's nearest agent: , BT. LOUIS, ' H. fe. ToSvnsknu, MO. , O. P. and T. Agt.