ARCADIA VALLEY SANITARIUM 010STE0PATHY
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IS HEALTH VCRTH
$1.00 TO YOU?
If It 1, and ytm am one of th
emintless mfferiTi with liver or
k ilnty tmnblfx, the wny to health in
opfn to ytm in lr. J. U. McLean's
livor Kiitl Kttlney Halm. It haa
brouuhb lit-aith ani rouuwftl hope to
demniirini: thousands it will to you.
Hradaclie, Constipation. liriinf ss,
I'ain in tlio Back I'htH and Jlo
Fliuhv-Swelling nf tlio HandR nnd
Pat-t. Don't pans tlu'm by lightly,
thoy arot indications of draau tfisi
eaao liver and kidney troubles.
Iont wait until yon are beyond
lip avo vour lif" now; to-day.
A bottle of lr. .1. M. Mr Loan!
Uver ttud Kidney Bulm
Jit Your Druggist's
It ha doesn't Iwp It, send ns $1.00
and hi l'fimo, and we will fT press
n a ooino cn.irgts pp-pnui.
rite for booklet, "bound Suuse"
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1 1 THE OS. J. H. Mclf AiysECiCWE CO. 8 1 1
A special dispatch to the Globe
Democrat from Dublin, Iud., says:
"Idoal Sunrise, a valuable Poland
China hog, owned by Mino Lukcns of
Oieco, was to-day Bold, in a sale at
Mack to a stock company for if 15,700.
Ideal Sunrlae took the first prize at
the World's Fair at Chicago in 1893 "
Cleveland has denied , with a great
show of Indignation the alleged inter
view in which he was quoted aa saying
that he was not a candidated for presi
dent. His denial is generally ac
cepted as an announcement that ' he
will bo a candidate. He has cot in
formed the public what ticket he will
run on. In view of the fact that he
supported the Ropublican ticket In the
last two campaigns, perhaps ho in
tends to try honors with Teddy
us to offer Goods at Less
than Manufacturers' Cost!
K Mn 1 200 Ladies' Sample Linen and Cloth
"11 V J UV ttkUUV .1-J. Ctrl, I J. AXW
$500 worth of Men's, Boys' and
Children's Hats and Caps at Half-
jVTfw 9 $1000 worth of French Artificials in
1W. . Silk Velvet with rubber stems, 200
Ladies' Silk Veils at Less Than Half-Price. 1000
yards Silk Cheffon Vesting at Half-Price. 100
Children's Fine $1.00 Trimmed Hats at 35c.
Vr 7 $1,000 worth of Men's Shirts, Under
llLF. shirts and Drawers. Ladies' Sum
mer Union Suits at Half-Price.
In those day6 of fast motoring and
high railway speeds, the story of the
first steam carriage will be particu
larly Interesting. A writer in the
Philadelphia Public Ledger says that it
was in July, 1829, some little time bo
fore George Stephenson had solved
the problem of steam transport, that
Sir (ioldsworthy Gurney made his
famous journey in a "steam carriage"
from London to Bath and back. Gur
ney was a surgeon in Marloybone,
greatly given to the working out of in
ventiocs in his sparo time, and it took
him soma years to complete his first
"motor" in his back yard in Albany
street. Ho accomplished the journey
to and from Bath at the rate of fifteen
miles an hour, and there was only one
disturbing incident, when a crowd
assembled at Molksbam sot upon the
machine and, having burned their
fingers, threw stones and seriously
wounded tho stoker. This Gurney
journey stands as the first example of
locomotion by steam in this country.
The smallest locomotive in the
world is owned by VV. A. Smith, a
jeweler living at Meridian, N. Y. The
Meridian correspondent for the New
York World says that Mr. Smith made
this machine working at odd tlrnes
during a period of three yearB and the
correspondent describes tho affair in
this way: "The locomotive is of
heavily plated gold acj the boll,
whistle and driving wheels aro solid
gold. Tho trimmings are of silver.
Tho locomotivo is b!x and a half in
ches long and the tender is three
inches lonu. The boilnr ia
fourths of an lech In diameter, tl
smokestack Is two and one-sixteoath
inches high, and the other parts are
In proportion. Kerosene is used for
fuel and steam is raised in lops than
two minutes. The whistl "blows, the
cell rings and every par of the loc
motive wojria perfect1.."
$500 worth of French Valencienne
Lace. Ladies' Lace Handkerchiefs.
Men's Silk Mixed Handkerchiefs at Half-Price.
Steel Enamel Ware, Screen Doors,
Window Screens. Screen1 Wire. Win
dow Shades, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper.
10,000 yards of Embroideries and
Insertion at Half-Price.
$2,000 worth of Children's, Youths',
and Men's Olothine at Half-Price.
$2,000 worth of Babies' Misses' Ladies' Boys' and
Men's Shoes The best makers in the United States
at Less Than Cost of making them.
Ma Q Try our Cherry Phosphate, a 10c
Bottle makes twenty drinks. A
Fine Gautemala Roast Coffee at 10c per pound.
Best Java 20c pound, two pounds for 35c. Cuspi
dors 10c, Kitchen Reflection Lamps 30c. Lanterns.
Try our Very Fine Green Tea 45c per pound, the
best. Sweat and Collar Pads for Horses. Agent
for Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves. Anything you
want at Bonanza.
Next to the Postoffice. I RONTON, MISSOURI.
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DE. W. J. SMITH,
Graduate American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
CONSULTATION FREE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Board,
Room and Treatment, 9 10 to $15 per week. Special Rates to parties de
siring Board Without Treatment . . . , ,
This Institution is designed and constructed for the comfort and accommodation of
patients who seek relief and recuperation and the recovery of lost health. Its location it
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.
WIS. K. EDGAR, President. E. D. AKE, Vice-President.
MANN RINGO, Cashier.
IRON COUNTY BASIK,
Capital, $10,000. Surplus, $5,200.
Does a General Banking Business. Accounts Solicited
Insured Against 1 (Burglary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS :
. G. WHITWORTH, Sh., W.R.EDGAR, J. M. WHITWORTH
W-H. WHITWORTH. MANN:RINGO
LOUIS MILLER, E. D. AKE.
Unusually low rates to Colorado,.
Yellowstone Park, California uud the
(treat northw est. Descriptive rnattur
and full particulars Union I'aelfio U.
R. Co., 903 Olive street, S'. Louis, Mo..
Fon Sale-Ob any r easonable terms
to a responsible pc ,y, a good organ.
Call at this office fy information.
Graham Flour, Rye Flour and Mid
dlings at Ironto n flour mill.
Screen doo rs, poultry netting and
croeri. wive. Bonan.a.
CA STOR I A
lor I nfants and CMldren,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Fob Sale Cheap, for cash, tho
Zwart homestead and adjoining prop
erty. Address inquiries to
J. A Zwabt, Farmlngton, Mo.
A sallow completion, dizziness.
Diliousness and u coated tonmie
nrn rmim i.: r iP
and kidney diseases. S tomach and
bowel troubles, severe aa thev are.
give immediate warrdnff bv nain.
but liver and kidney troubles,
tilousb. less nainfnl at tho ofjirt era
Jnucb. harder to r.nrn- Tiwlf nA
BJacr ;-Draucht never fails to bene-
m u'.seased liver and weakened kid
ney s. It stirs up the torpid liver
to throw off tho m jms of fever and
fue. It is a certain preventive
o t cholera and Bright's disease o
J he kidneys. With kfdneys re
inforced by Thedtord's Black
Draught thousands of per wns have
dwelt immune in the raidrt of vel-
low fever. Many families live in
pertect health and have no other
doctor than ThnrlfrWI'a Ttln.V.'
Draught. It is always on h and for
use m an emergency and saves
many expensive calls ot a doctor.
Mullins, S.C., March 10, 1001.
I have used The dford't Black-Draught
forthree years and I have not had to 50
.u a uuuur suite 1 nave ocen taKing ic
It is the best medicine for me that is
on the market for liver and kidney
uuuDjcs anu uvsdedsi. Ann nther
f complaints. Rev. A. O. LEWIS.
R.J. LACKLAND, WH. H.THOMSON,
DR. A. 8. PRIJVCE,
TENDERS hisprofonnlonsl services to the peo
ple of tula motion. Ho will be found at all
lines at his office and will give prompt attention
o the daminda of his patrol -
The system of education pursued in this
intellectual and Dhvsical cowers ot the du-
pile; to make them refined, accomplished
ana useiui memnera 01 society.
Pupils of all denominations are equally re
aeived alllnterforence wltn their convictions
being carefully avoided.
-T ED R M S-
Board, Washing of Clothes, Tuition n Eng
Huh. and all kinds of Useful and Orna
mental Needle Work, per Session of Five
Months, are $90.00 payable in advance,
arms for Instruction in Music, Forelgi
Language, Drawing and Painting can hi
had hy applying as oelow.
Attached to the Convent, and totally sepa
tted from the boarding school, Is a
SOLOCT 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, One Dollar per Month.
Information may ds had by applying In
person or dv letter, to
MOTHER MARIAN, Superioress
ol he Convent of the Unalise SUun,Arcadla,Ir
aiVERY AND FEED STABLER
gVrOTICETOPICNICERS AND EXCURSIONISTS
.vHacks, Spring-Wagons, Single and
Double BuEgteB: Three-Seated Car
riages and Two-Seated Carriages, wlhh oom
petent drivers: also, the best o Saddl
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen canbe had
at KKASONABLK KATK3.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood tho test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One end a Half Million
bottles. - Does this record ox merit appeal to you 7 No cure. No Pay. Ouc.
Encloted witn every Dome is a Ten uent. package of Grove's Black juot uver puis.
Three 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.
Arrive CHICAGO 5:22 P. M.,
9:05 P. M., 1 1:32 P.M.
7:30 A. M., 8:02 A. M.
Any further information will be cheerfully
given by asking your Home Ticket Agent,
j W. D. WOOD, TRAY. PASS. AG'T, ST. LOUIS, M0. j
Doors, Windows, Sewing Machines, Bicycle
Repairs, Tinware, Graniteware, Furni
ture Made and Repaired, Picture
Frames Made to Order. Also
Undertaker and Embalmer.
VlnLTK. R. EDGHR
Will Praotlce In all the Courts of the Staff.
TO f ARMERS
r""l highest market
yT prices paid for
Cattle, Hob Steep!
NAGEL'S MEAT MARKET
Physician and Surgeon,
' ARCADIA, MO.
Tenders his professional 'services to the
people of this vicinity.
At Iron Mountain Wednesdays and Sun-'
Uffick: Cottage IIoljpI, Arcadia, Mo.
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, Uklahoma,
Indian Territory. Daily Through Ser
vice Between Capk Girardeau, Mo.,
and IIgxie, Ark. Lv. Hoxie 5:30 A. m.,
Ar. Cape Girardeau 1 1 130 A. M. Lv. Cape
uiraraeau 2:30 p. M., Ar. Hoxie 8:30 p. m,
Through car services between Caruthers
ville and Memphis, Tenn. Close connec
tions with Iron Mountain trains at Hoxie,
Ark., Naylor, Mo., Poplar Bluff, 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. Blomever, G. P. A., .
Cape Girardeau, Mo. .
Bryan Snyder, Traffic M'g'r,
St. Louis, Mo.
Academy of Husic
Auditorium, 50x87 feet. (Stage, 83 x87
with opening or proscenium 16:6x13. Two
dressing-rooms, one on either side of stage,
and alarge room underneath. Four Scenes
Street, Wood, Kitchen and Parlor in grooves
Fitted with allordlnaryappurtenances. Hal
seated with chalrs,and gallery with benches
Beating capacltyabout 500.
The towns of Ironton, Pilot Knob and
Arcadia, with a population of 8,000, are
within a radial ot one mile Ironton in
Forterms, etc., apply to
. - 3. GIUNDHOMME, Sup't.
BiidweiSGP jjeep Depot i
The Finest Wines, , Liquors and Cigars.
1 Anheuser's Famous Brew on Tap, Saloon one door north of Lopez's.
Collins & Smith Crocenj Co.,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Provisions,
Candies, Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco.
The highest market price for Country Produce of all kinds. We solicit
a share of the public's patronage, assuring them fair treatment, low prlcei
and pure fresh goods in our line.
Collins &c Smith Grocery Co.,
IRONTON, - - MISSOURI.
HILBURN's ANNAPOLIS STORE
THE FINEST LOT OF
GALIGOS 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.
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE!
St. Louis, the North and ICast
Connections made in Union Denot at St. Louis with thrWh trains Ex-
Bress Trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland,
letroit, Buffalo, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington and all
principal Eastern cities.
Only One Change of Cars to San
Francisco and the City of Mexico
Through oars to Galveston, Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Ban An
tonlo, Laredo and El Paso.
Free Reclining Chair Cars 'to Texarkana
For tickets, sleeping car berths and further Information. bddIv to Com
pany's nearest agent:
H. C. TOWNBKND,
G. P. and T. Agt.
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