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artture , Babies and children need proper food, rarely ever mcdi j cine If they do not thrive wrong. They need a liii! j help to get their digestive i machinery working properly, j Dr. ' U. Carter and Mis Ella Iniportaut Announcement ror aooerij Crirr went 10 Kau.-as Cii v Thur.d.iv Ue ZJib and l'oid of mis momn morninu to visit friends for a few Ue Missouri State Bosrd of v"nen'1' j,vs and Young Women's Christian a,socl xti-, t.,i., v A u-.rtJatioos will hold their annual mentis n-sd:iv afterrooti frm,, a visit, villi " "-" -"j h-r t l.nd Mk. rrnolia Purnell. t the is wrnesllj invited. r O e :. Miss Id.t Giirnltart returned Iioim Wednesday after n week's visit to licr friend. Miss Ellicl Webb, of tliSl city. Miss Mary Hare went to Ktisas City Wednesdav morning to enter These meetings "re alnjs frangl I wiih great good 10 the work of Chn limiitv Hud tbe noblu women ot !::svuii who tire standing up for the chinch nml f.r society are piicdcs j ewels hi the bee hive of the stag's religioui lnliorers. Mrs Diniol Knhn, of St. Louis. if) or tod LIVER OIL WH mWHOSPHITL$otUHEt.SODA will generally correct this I difficulty. J If you will put from one- j fourth to half a teaspoonful j in baby's bottle three or four I times a day you will soon see I a marked improvement. For j larger children, from half to j r A 1' , ! a leaspoonrui, according to age, dissolved in their milk, if you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish- a it ing power. It the mother s I milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emu!- 1 1 rr m sion. it win snow an errect at once both upon mother and child. oc. and f t oo, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWSE, Chmis, Nr York. iip.n training as a pnrcsiotial Ims- wn.s ,h(1 iNTKI.U(iKS0KU editor k pi tal nurse. inn huu to extend a cordial invitation Mrs. J. It. Silver and daughter, to Ihn ladies ( Lexington to go to Miss Mary, left Friday morning for Xloberly, which we take great pleasure Grand Rapids, Michigan, to spend in dol ig. the winter. ...... I ivi ic iiuiieu nine. Carl Atheno, tbe joung man who is guest of lier cousin, Mrs. l uiitf h0 bury himself at Kansas City for six F.wing, left Wednesiay morning for days.snd Tuesday that he had mad-all her lionie at liuckner. arrangements to be buried next Mon- The pursuit of "Hossie" Francis day evening. There is no ltiw to was as tame as minting lor squirrel prevent any scieunuc experiment inai compared with the chase after the nun wishes to sn'i'-et himself to, Leavenworth convicts. but he Visited the oltioer at the city Kansas City paper says: It is hM 10 ,u"ke sure lhal 110 o'Tcllon understood that the ladies who com- uui oe maue. p..se the Up-to-Date dub at Rich- Atheno says his condition will bp mond never wear gowns that are out cataleptic while he is under ground, uf st yle There will be a tu'e running Into the ivki. i . . . ,., ci In n with three thicknesses of gt-.is bur's (.renin Vermifuge removes the " unhealthy tissue upon which worms electric iig.ii just aoove r.i- thrive; it brings, and quickly, a healthy bend. With this exception he will In condition of boly, where worms Monot buri ,d nnJer ,ix eelof earth exaeth For sule hy 11-2ti1 exist. Price, 23 cent. Cren'biw A Young. Misses Katie and Florence Lillis, former residents of Lexiui;lon, re turned to ttieir home at Kansas City Thursday moroiriL' after a business visit hire. Judge John E. Ryland left for In- diaimpnlis, Indiana, to seek tretttmeut for cancer at the hands of a celeora- d specialist. e sincerely trust that he may obtain relief. Many people tresu Bering fearfully from Indigestion or dyspepsia, when oou piuitle bottle ol turbine WJUld brioz about W. G, Ti: :!ips.in, of Kansas City, pcr.t Tuc-iav titli the family of T. II. !?!ilitil. Mi-s Satali '.Vii'ker, nf near I'age City, arrived Thurvday afteriiotm to visit frie tiils. Lcioy I'.niniT. wife and little sou, went ti tiLis'uv Friday moruiutt to visit reht lives. C. M. KtKtr, of Fayette, Mo., spent Tuesday with i lie family of his nude, I'bilip Keller. Mis FaiiDic Sawyer went loin depLUjeuce I'riday morning to visit friend? and relatives. Miss Lucie Nicholson went to Kansas City Thursday atterooon for a vi.-it with relatives. Lr.iher Cren-liaw trrived from St. Louis Tuesday alteriiocn to spend a week wilL home folks. Mi?s Mary Weis returned to Kan- as City Weduefday after a visit of ten days with home folks. Mrs. II. W. Lirupkin went to Kan- sis City Wednesday morning to visit home folks for a few days. Mrs. Dr. P. S. Fulkerson spent Wednesday at Wellington visiting herister, Mrs. Henry Core. Born, to the wife of Charles M W illiams, nee Tevis, Wednesday murriing, November 13, a girl. Lymao F. Ileeder left Wednesday evening fur his Lome at Hatesville Ark , where lie is practicing law. A marriage license was issued Fri day morning to George Curry and VI iss .Susie Williams, both of Alma. Mrs. M. L. Smlthers weot to St Louis Thursday to remain over the li-ilidajs with her son, J. A. Smi titers. Herblne Bweetens ibe breath, briiibteos tbe eye sod clforH th complexion with out thesligbtekt ill t fleets whatever, and fDBurei tbe cmurat bloom ol heiltb Pries, 00 ct-oti. For sule by Crensbaw & Young. ll-2rol L.areuce huincy announces to his fner.ds in the county llmt in addition to the trurisler busiiie-.s he conducts hra.clai.s feed ttable. Lowest rates and bc-t -c-rviee. tl I'i-ir!a- M"i.u' went to Kaiisa i!y Thursday nuirnlr.if to attend airlift by the Knife and Folk club boat tl.e Ceales house. Waktki Two women, well rec oiutiieiided. sisters preferred, to take the iijaoat-iiinitof a colleiri: boardinir club. Address, William Jewell Col lege. LlU-riy, Mo. tl William Silver ;tnd daughter, Miss Chudia, left Monday night for the.r home at Si. Louis, after a visit of a few days with relatives and friends in Lexington. Mrs. Audrew Tucker and little daughter, Mary, of Lincoln, Neb., who was the guest of her father, ILetiry Braocu, Mrs, John Egg lesion iiiid other relatives left Friday morn- as it he were neaa. ihe Collin is l.uer than is ordiuwriiy used, large enough to allow him 144 cubic cf air lie says be breathes so little that cubic foot of air will hist him an hour while he is in tbe cataleptic state, btr should he wake up during the txper: mi'iit it would be necessary for thus' aowve to break the glass in order l give him air. The hart and lungs d i not suspend action entirely, but their action runs very low, hi sajs. Stiff Prices for Heel Cattle. In the sale of fifteen Shorthorn steer.. prompt and prmaoent cure A tew at the Chicago stock yards, on edni s- ooFg will do more for a weak stomach ac 1 1... l,i.ri,..ui . i.rina nf il.u v,mr than a nroloneed courts of anv other ' " " " J nienolno. Price. 50 cento. Fjr sale bv reailZ iil. I lie sule was Hindu ntfi 1U Lrensnsw xonng. 11 'Jail soli Miss Anne Ireland left Thursday makin,, lhe value of the sieers mme fi morning for St. Joseph where she thnn 9m eftch- Two crs ()f c, e' wui umciaie as mam oi minor ui i.uc werH Hj,0 ,,,1, dliring lnH ,.iy ut gfi 8' , 1 i marriage of her friend, Miss Helle b,h ,.,!. hin ,., .,...1. nil,ri, . ! X.jf................... . . . . mzer, to Mr. James Baldwin, next Tne USH WPr ,s fi -or 'n C.1 V ..5-- Tliesday. Mowrv. of Oenesee. III., and r m- d Mrs. Nick Ilaerle, quite aged and to h ive been bought f r exhihitmn tt .1 n... j.. .. ... iku P.itil tuuiuci in uus Jiiicnc, maue a idisc m a . 'j. step and fell, ut her home in East Leiingtoo, Wednesday afternoon, sustaining a double fracture of one of her arms. (OS iii ..' n m (its (is (US (US to (l to to to to to to to WINTER SUPPLIES No doubt you arc thinking about buying y0Ur winter supplies and the intent of this advertise, ment is to tell you how to make your money g0 futhcr than you dream of. Note following prices i Others stores charge you 75c a pair (or overalls, my price is - 59c Oth r stores charge you 5oc a pair for other overalls my price is 39c The best miner's pants in the city 43c Oihers charge 75c for negligee shirts, my price is 47c Extra heavy fleece lined underwear 35c Others charge 50c lor same goods The best work shirts lor only Hotter underwear, worth 75c for $1.00 all wool underwear for $2.00 all wool underwear for $3.00 silk and wool underwear - 25c wool sox for 20c cotton hose 13c, 2 pair for 12 jc cotton hose for 25c and 35c fancy cotton hose 39c 4?c 79c $I.1Q 19c 25c 9c - 23c CLOTHING $iS.oo suits for - - $10.49 j $5-00 Stetson hats for 15.00 suits for - - S.4Q j 2.50 hats for 10.00 suits for $6. 4S and - 5.40 ! 2.00 hats for 7.50 suits for ... 3.79 j 1.50 hat; for 5.00 pants for $3.00 and - 3.25 j 1.00 hats for 4.00 pants for - - 2.50 1.25 and 1. 00 caps lor 3.00 pants for - 1.75 : 75c caps for 3.00 r tin proof chick conts - 1.79 50c caps for 2. go rain piout duu crats , - 1.24 I; 25c caps for HATS 1.49 1.19 9c 89c 59c 2!C the iiverage weight being 1,572 p.uml OVERCOATS AT HALF PRICE ! A reduction of $5.oo to $10.00 on every Tailor Made Suit and a reduction of $1.00 to $2.50 on every Tailor Made Pants When you can buy at such figures, why throw your money away by buying ol hir m priced houses; come where your trade is appreciated and you can get $1.50 in good- lor every aonar in vasn. tcral thh There is probably do disease more dl. tresaiog and aoooyiLg tbao piles. Tab- ler's Buckeye Pile Oiotroent is daily carioaT cases of years' ttaading of itching ....... l.i .-l I.. ... .1.. V I J vjjy wiiu went l'j Ll c lIVW Grand opera house Monday tiigln realized the fact that "Brown's in Town." The play was well Kaged and every character portrayed In a manner complimentary to the deliu- eator. It was an evening of fun and and bieediog piis. The cure begios on any audience, in any opera house, the Brat application, a little perseverance may depend UD0U an evening of makes tbe cure com plet. Price,50 cent. nalloved nleasore when '.Rrna n's in in bottles Tubes, 75 ceots. For sale by , ,, . , , , . . p,.n.h.- v,.,. ' Town." Manager Waddell is lobe congratulated on bringing such plays to Lexington Oscar Audreen, who represents the St. Louis Paper company, went over to Richmond Friday morning to attend the funeral of the late Geo W. Trigg, which took place from the For all fresh cats or wounds, either on Methodist church, that e.lt v. during a. i i- r ' " ...j.. a.. ... . ' u.,Jtue afternoon. for crira.hunkfra' nrainH wrialai. harhnii wire cuts and sores on working borses.lt J'jn"e lcaM Davis, while en cannot be too highly commended. Price, route from Kansas City to bis home 25 and Mcenis. For sale by Crennbaw & at Marshall Thursday evening, stop Xoao- ll-Zml nH ,.ft an(1 onent. Him niirlit in f...v I - 'I'-" " w.w ...n..v ... WM Mrs. Ed. Mark gave a surprise ington. While in Kansas City Judue Crenshaw A Youog. The drought throughout Lafayette county is getting to be most d is iressing. luere Is not a running stream in the county and should things freeze up before rain comes suffering to stock will he inestimable. party Thursday night In honor of the 4 i l h birthday anniversary of her husband. The Turners and a num ber of other friends wese Invited In and tbe occasion was an enjoyable one. WANTED Several pertons of character aod good reputation io each state (one to this couaty required) to repreaent and advertise old ebtabliahed wealtny buainesy boU9e ol solid floancial standing. Salary flS.OO weekly with expenses additional, all parable In cash each Wednesday direct Irom head tfficr. Horse and carriage furnished, wbea necessary. IMerencu. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Manager, 318 Cuxtoo Bunding, Chicago. Davis senteuccd Pinky Iilitz to live years In the penitentiary. An appeal was taken. 2 2 That is a mistake, but you don't make any mistake when you take your Watches, Jewelry and all kinds of work to VENABLE for repair Fine work asp eclal ty. Diamonds reset and new work made to order. Next door to Donle Weber The will of the late llency C. Wul lace, Sr., has been hied for brobaie. The sons of the deceased, Henry C. una t. L.ee vtauace, are named as executors wl'.hout bond. Miss Irene I'oynler, of Dover, who has been the guest of the Muses Nieh olson for several days, will return to her home today. 1 1 m . City and Farm Property For Sule. No. 1050, 6 -room brick bouse on Main street, f 1,600. No 1051, 2-story frame bouse on Franklin avenue, fOOO. No. 1060, 1 story frame cottage 00 Main street, f 1,600. No. 10S1, 2-story brick bouse on Franklin aveaue, 2,C00. No. 10SO, 2-Hory brick bouie on Main Streei,f2,000. No. I'll, 200 acre farm (improved) near Page City, 50 per acre. No. 182, 120 acres' (improved) 9 miles east of Lexington, (30 per acre. No. 154, 90 acres (improved) 6 mi'es south of Lexington, (55 per acre. No. 165, 167 acres (improved) 4 miles N W. of Corder, Mo., (55 per acre. N ). 183, 80 acres (improved) 2 miles aoulb of Lexlngloo, (65 per acre. F. LEE WALLACE, 10 l'2if. Lexlngloo, Mo. hVnv roa Hint la the Uteris build Ing. Apply to Uus Haerl. For clear, brief ntwa read lbs Hi. Louis Chronicle, 6 csots per week. Lllbura PUBLIC SALE ! We the undersigned will sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder on Thursday, November 21st, 1901, On the Diiling farm, 3 miles south of Lex ington, the following described per sonal property, 'to-wit: One farm wagon; one buggy; one cultivator; one 14 inch breaking plow; one double shovel plow; one Diamond plow; one McCormack mower, good as new; one sulky hay rake, fjood as new; one set wagon harness; one set buggy harness; one family buggy horse; one work horse; one fresh cow and calf; six tons bale oats, more or ess; twenty-five barrels corn, more or less; household and kitchen urniture and other articles too numerous to mention. Purchaser must settle for propsrty before removal. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale Begins at 10 O'clock A. M. CATHARINE DULING. C S Mitchell & FEED STORE The best and cheapest line 0: ept in Lexinpton at the Frc at. teea More, we do a exchange business with the for wheat or corn. Our Flour hst on the market. Phot Personal. Will the Udy who fell in a swoon last Thursday, In Iront ot tbe poHtolllce, coll at our htort? Ubo suffers from bilious nsss. Dr. Caldwuli's Syrup 1'epxln will surely cure bT. Hold by Lroy Farmer. I'd Lute Last Night? Thon you don't fofcl Jut the bext today Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepin is vory effective for sick heariachp, biliousniM u'r diHordi'red stomach. Hold by L-roy Farmer. 11 2m2 BULL I'UK BALE. Youiiij bull tor sale; enod size: oood color; cood individual; thoroughbred. 8 22 T.B.Campbki.L. Masc of crrs or Rlue is used in roasting LEON GOFFEE It is nil coffee pure coffee strong and of delicious flavor. 1 C ff . I . I ooinc couccs urc vuriusncti wuit I a cheap coating of ecus, trine or' other equally noxious sulistaiu'cs. ThemaM Inauros uulturm in fl nnr D Uuulill It nF Tf ?! Dr. T. B. BakS Successor U) llnssell & IUnw SURGEON DENTIST Office over Schawe & Weis, Ccl 10th and Main Streets. Nltros OxlJo GsGire Cigar Clippings pranulated and coarst 30 - Cents a Pound illNES LEY'S SMOKER Supply Your Table From our (.plemlid stoik of cerieB. Kvery article cart.fl frt-hh and prices the very Io Prompt Delivery. Egffleston & Ewing. Ceo. 1. 5nvti?, d. i. VETERINARIAN. I'Mon in Lttxtuf ADMINlSTUATUlfSNOTBl l...cr of H(lmmltr;ill'" S,.l,.innii W. Kihl. k.. I. "., to Uih iiiKlrrslk- I " 'h'' ' ;, U' Ii.t. 1KPI. hv llir prcihate cHiun cniinly. Mis-ioiirl. BJi...i All pn...H ,:n '' .,.., (. r: in Burt to tin' iiiimmiM " iri(-v o 1 III f k' r-Jllll'l"' ... .... i...,,.r tirm' 1 mi. r llii 'lull- 01 no " " , . .11,-fe DDi-luili'il Irom itnV .,i mill f ii-tl -Iiim- I ' " .....tin') yi-nrs fioiu tin-Uateoi tiircvpr hnrrtxl. . w luuit., .i.t ..r ;'-'';r; ;ms1ii.;i 11-1)115 Ailuiiii',lr With every purchase of .VM worth of Teas, Coffees and Spices we will give This Week Only 16 lb. Best Uranulated Sugar. ThU Ih to hriug to your mind that our store Is now located at 1119 Main St Lexington, M0. Mo. Coffee and SplccCCo. ! JIH V talil ! Mc Jicinc ! Year b'auGffc.1-5 yRo'ned - m r0DU tug: tor Marshall. Trigg, Agent.