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mm MORS Bit CROPS IN ISO Another 60,000 set. tiers from the United Slates. New dis tricts opened for set tlement. 320 acres of land to each ae tier, 160 free 'bstnestead and 1C0 at $3.00 per acre. "A vast rich country anil a contented proa. TAeroua people." Extract Jrom ctrtxtyndenet af Sattmal Eikitr, vrknt rliil It H'tilirn Canada, in Actt, tffoS, tti an intiiraticn. Many have paid the entire cost of thelt farms and had a balance of from $10.00 to $20.00 per acre as n result of one crop. Spring wheat, winter wheat, oats, barley, flax and peas are the principal crops, white the wild grasses bring to perfection the best cattle that have ever been sold on the Chicago market. Splendid climate, schools nnd churches In alt localities. Kallways touch most ol the settled districts, nnd prices for produce are always good. Lands may also be pur chased from railway and land companies. For pamphlet!, mart and Information re gal ding low railway ralea, apply to Superin tendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or the authorlied Canadian Qovernment Agent! J. S. CRAWFORD, I2S V. Ninth St., Ktottt City. He.; C. 1. BR0U0IIT0N. m Mmhanti' Loan C Trull Bid, Chlcafa. Mined. COLDS DAY CURED IN ONE. Monjon's Cold Itemedy Relieves the Jicnd. throat and lungs almost Immediate ly. Checks Fevers, stops Discharges at the nose, takes away nil aches nnd pains caused by colds. It cures Orlp nnd oh. fttnate Coughs and prevents l'ncumoula. Trice 23c. Have you stiff or swollen joints, no mat ter how chronic? Al jronr druggist for Munyon's Ithcumatlsm Itcmedy and see how quickly j-ou will he cured. IC you hnve any kidney or bladder trou ble set Munyon's Kidney ltemwly. Munyon's Vltnllier makes weak men Strom; aad restores lout powers. Do You Love Your Child? Then protect it from the dan gers ol croup to which every child is subject. Keep DRDJAYNE'S EXPECTORANT In your home all the time, then you're ready for the sudden attacks o ctoup and colds. Neglect may cost you the life o your child. It's safest to be on your guard. Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant is the best remedy known for croup j it gives quickest relief. Sold eueijtficre In three size botltcs $1.00, 50c. 25c mmmm Positively cured by these Little Pills. They nUo relievo DIa- I tress from Dyspepslu, In- I digestion mid Too Hearty I mating. A perfect rem.' edy for Dlnlness, Nnu- Ifcca, Drowhlnoftrt, Had Taste In tlieSloutli, Con t Ied Tongue, I'aln in tho Hide, TORPID I.IVE11. They reirulate the llowels. Turcly Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE GARTERS iTTir WlVER jeljbi CARTER'S iTTLE YlVER PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-SimileSignaSuro REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. FOR PRINCIPALS TIRE OF LONG FIGHT STATEMENTS BY QMELICH AND PAINTER INDICATE A DESIltE FOR SETTLEMENT. BILLS TO AID AGRICULTURE. AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS CONTESTANTS HAKE CLAIMS Both Candidates Maintain Election on Orlfjlnal Vote and Also on Amended Returns From Recount. One Measure Provides for Stat St tlstlcsl Board. Cold in Head CATARRH USE ii isaaiejaTaaaaSeMlsIl elriia sMiii n Vi 1 aiM SSBes AT ALL DRUGGISTS Sent postpaid by C. II. Keith Mgfr. Cleicland O. SEED BARLEY SO els. a bu. I Per Sailer's catalospaje ill. Il.irffi&t (.rowers of seed barter, oats . wheat. I SeitS. UUIII. l-ui.iut,, ka"l v.v.,. .1.14 I (arm steal mine worm, ms ci.io nro- or.i cud lOo in (tamos and rrcriva samples oil Itiarlcr jrleldinr 173 nu. per acre, nilitnni IWollac lirast. uats, apeur, cic-. etc., easily urnrth tin. GO to cet a itart with. Or. tend I IMoand we addu sample rarm aeea novelty I I never teen br you ueiore. ISALZERSEE0 CO.. Boi W, U Crone. Wis. ELECTROTYPES InsrcntTarletT forsnle Mtio lowest prices bj . K.HUMMlMtWlirirKlO.,l.rfCklt Live stocs Ann M1SCULAME0US Jefferson City. That the contest for lieutenant govornor lists bocomo tiro soruo to both Gmellch and Polntor Is evidenced from statements Riven out by them. In a statement as follows, Omellch maintains that his election was as sured by the recount: "Tho time for making claims In rof erenco to who was elected nontenant governor Is past. Tho facts ought to bo fully understood by this tlmo by all thu peoplo of tho ntnto, as well as the mombors of tho legislature. Tho orlglnnl returns, filed In tho offlco of tho secrotary of state, and with tho speaker of the houso, gavo mo thirty majority. On account of amended re turns from various products, in cor rection of mistakes alleged to have been made In the original returns, somo fifteen precincts have been re counted and all of St. Louis. By this rocount, my majority has been In creased to 212 votes, unless some 3500 votes In tho city of St. Louis are not counted on account of technicalities which do not affect cither their legal ity of their honesty. Tho only objection offered against these ballots Is that ono of tho Judges did not sign his full Initials. In view of these fuels, I can havo no doubts but that my title to this offlco, If It Is awarded to mo by the legislature, will come frco from any doubt or taint of Illegality, nut this question, as I have said, la not to be decided by nowspa por statements of my opponent or my ftelf, but by the members of tho legis lature, nnd I can only await their de cision In full confidence that they will award mo tho ofllco for which I havo received a plurality of tho votes, Painter Reviews Contest. In addressing tho Democratic cau cus Painter rovlows hla caao In part as follows: Gentlemen of tho Democratic confer once: In tho first place 1 want to tmnk you for your kindly courtesy ta iik tlirrnii-limtr fMct lnnf.dr'iwn.mif fir.hr ' Thoro are friends beforo mo, mads since last August, when I was nomi nated, that I shall always lovo. And I want to say that, however partisan they may he, I hnvo made many friends iimonc tho Republicans, and I believe I havo tho respect of every Republican member of this assombly. According to tho original returns as admitted, even by Mr. Gmellch's at torney, I had a majority of 73 votes. According to tho amontled returns, likewise admitted, I was elected by 27 votes. Tho Joint assembly. In which my party had a majority, thought a recount should bo had. Against this I enterod no protest. A Democratic caucus agreed that a committee com posed of live Democrats and five Re publicans should be nuthnrltcd to do this recounting. Tho Democratic cnu cub selected Ave Democrats and a Re publican caucus choso five Republicans Rules Were Adopted. The commtteo met and unanimously agreed to curtain rules under which the count began, and under which rules tho recount progressed until tho city of St. Louis was almost recount ed, Under these rules 2201 votes woro thrown out as not complying with tho committee's rules. I am In formed by members of the cnmmltto that in these 2201 votes rejected I was the greater sufferer. Tho Republican members of tho committee Insisted on enforcing all of their technicalities, and tho Demo crats, living up to tho commltteo's rules, agveed that all of these ballots which were only technically wrong should bo rejected. Finally a precinct which gave Mr. Gmellch a large ma' Jorlty was t cached. Under tho rules adopted and acted upon by the wiiolo committee unui this proclnct waB reached Mr. Gmellch lost In this precinct onopgh votes to give mo a majority. Tehercupon tho Republican members of tho committee refused to abide by the rules and In elated upon counting these ballots for Mr Gmellch. For the tlrst time tho Republicans began to Insist on count nil honest ballots, whether technically good or not. Tho Democrats stood on tho rule and tho commlto split. Columbia. Three bills of vital Im portance to tho agricultural Intercsta of tho stato will bo Introduced at th present session of tho Missouri legis lature by tho representative of Iloono county and other legislators. Tho bills were drarwn for tho state board of agriculture by the secretary, Geo. R. Ellis. Ono provides that all county fairs bo articulated with the stato fair, tinder tho direction of a body com posed of the stato fair board nnd two or moro dolcgates from each of lha county fairs. This governing board would meet annually to malto provis ion for a uniform classification of tho llvo stock exhibits and tho stock-Judging events In tho various fairs. Tho bill also provides that the stato appro priate money for promlums on horti cultural, agricultural and llvo stock exhibits. Another bill for which tho board of agriculture will stniid sponsor, pro vides for a state statistical law llko thoso now In effect In Kansas and Michigan. It porvldes that tht as sessor of each county tako a census of live Rtock, dairy cattlo and poultry, so that an Increase or decrease In tho production may bo determined at any time. A third bill provides for tho estab lishment of a stato Immigration bu reau, as part of tho board of agricul ture, and a stato employment bureau for farm labor. The latter would not Interfere with any bureaus now In ex istence. It would aim to provide suit able employment for Immigrants, with a special vlow to bnlldlng-up tho dairy Industry In southern Missouri. Senator A. E. L. Gardner, of St Lou I? county, will Introduce a bill In tho legislature to deprive shorlffs of tho right to select petit Juries, plac ing this duty upon tho courts. Another measure provldos for In creasing tho salary of election Judges and clerks In the various counties of the state from $1.50 to $3 per day. This bill will not affect tho city of St. Louis. An act providing ror poparts of births anil deaths also will ho fath ered by tho St. Louis county senator. This bill makes It mandatory on tho parent or medical nttondant to report tho birth of a child. Tho bill carrios a penalty of a fine of not loss than $10 nor moro than $100 and nn addi tional penalty of thirty days In Jail Cured by Doan'a Kidney Pills After Years of Suffering. P. A, illppy, Depot Are., Gallatlu, Tonn., says: "Fifteen years ago kid ney dlscaso attacked mo. Tho pain In my back was so agoniz ing I finally had to glvo up work. Thon camo tcrrlblo attacks of gravol with acuto pain and passages of blood. In all I passed 25 stones, somo as largo as a bean. Nino years of this ran mo down to n state of continual weakness, nnd I thought I never would bo better tin. til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Tho Improvement was rapid, nnd slnco using four boxes I am cured nnd havo never had any rotum of tho trouble" Sold by all dcnlers. CO cents a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. TRAMP JOKE IN GERMANY. AIMED AT FAT FEE JOB. Senator Booth Proposes to Change Law on Insoectlon of Oil. UaPUtUC t't'TS HKKII rOTATOKS farts InfluninC n i. tmriu, nlanter utanta IhiMn. J twmn cif u tt,l.lMl nvcrV llVfl DlinuUL Nil fKld ir nnt kittiiiiii'tiirir tunniir returnud. I'rtrn IfJiO. s.mdnrdrrnr write fur partlculara. Agenti wanted VI ""fTU t'Kl I A M COMPANY, lMn, O ThntKirnl. Tour Me mar t wurth a turtuua, Vttfuuhlf ffUttS tmnk tftl. If , aft FN ST. LOUIS DIRECTORY J3 W THE MARQUETTE Over, Tbtf iArtfett lltel In Su lmm Mi eU YMiinpU)D north nt tfntnii Hmilon. Kurnnsxan Wan. tlUl and Ui). Flrnnrnnf. CnfftunflAr Mtno limn a lament an th laniunt rmy atirx i;ttie. illanrr A Wuiami Hotel Co, 4 noiM ror your winner, wiiu una uHir, Deere Vehicles "SUyOo lha lot!" Aak your dauler or VPHH DEERE BUCpY FACTORY.St. Uul. SWhJ fur 1XWK1HI,- uauruii or a HOVST Y IfaritloMbHrttrtr, Jefferson City Senator Booth of Dallas county Is preparing s bill which ho believes will pnvo tho way for the enactment of a stntuto law two years from now which will glvo tho stato nnolderablo revenue from coal oil In- l- o. ills uin requires tno coat on ' 'orfl to report to tho govornor the n mount of fees received for In specting oils and from whom. The hill rovldes n penalty for failure to mako such a report. Tho law now rornilres that tho sev eral Inspectors report to tho governor, but few of thorn report, and thoso who do report mako It In such a way that cry llttlo can bo gained from them. Tho coal oil Inspector of St. Louis mnkes his report as required by law, nnd last year turned Into tho stato roasury more than 15,000. He is the only inspector on a salary basis, tho excess of the foes received being turned into tho stato treasury. The other inspectors of tho stats toep all the fees they rocoivo. Senator nooth thlks that his bill will glvo tho legislature Information on which to frame a bill placing the coal oil In- pectors on saiarios and turning tho feos into tho Btate treasury. Tho fees Is 12 cents por barrel In this state. In Nebraska the fees are 10 cents per barrel and the Inspection s done by a chief Inspector and sev eral deputies. Tho stato makes money, Senator Booth says, and ho would In stall some such system hero If the re ports show that the stato would r.ot le tho losor. Some persons who claim they know have told him that the state would reoilvo $50,000 annually from such a system of inspection as Is now oper ated In Nebraska. Mr. Sport Hero Is a llttlo some' thing for you drink a glass of beer to my health. Tramp Light or dark? Flicgondo Hlacttcr. THE PERUNA ALMANAC. The druggists havo already beon sup plied with tho Poruna almanac for l'JO'J. In addition to tho regular astro nomical matter usually furnished In almanacs, tho articles on astrology aro very attractive to most people. Tho mental characteristics of each sign nro given with faithful accuracy. A list of lucky and unlucky days will bo furnished to thoso who havo our almanacs, free of charge. Address The Poruna Co., Columbus, O. Willing to Take a Chance. The other evening a particularly woo-begone and sotiBCful looking per son stopped James J. Buckley on East Sixth street. "Glmrao a dime for a bed, won't you, mister?" nsked tho stranger In that half whisper they always use. Buckley looked at him for a' min ute thoughtfully. "Well," says ho, se riously, "bring tho bod around and It I think it's worth the prico I'll glvo you a dime for lt, of course." Cleve land Plain Dealer. QUI Strikes at Allen Labor. Jefferson City. A bill to curtail tho wholesalo employment of alien labor to tho detrlraont of native-born tollers will be Introduced In the senate by Senator J. L. Bradley, of St. Franco! county. Senator Hratiioy s proposeu law limits the number or foreign ia borers that may be employed by any 11 rm or corporation llconsod to do bus Iness under tho laws of Missouri to 10 per cent of the total numbor of em' ploycs. Naturalized cltlzons aro placed In tho sanio category ns tinnaturallzed. flow's This? Wa oITfr Orp Hundred Dollars neward for any caar fit Catarrh tnat cannot be cured by ITall'a Catarrh Cure. P. J. Ctir.XEY A CO.. Toledo. O. We, th unde-rftlgned. haye known F. J. Cbeney for the last IS year, and believe him perfectly hon orable In alt buslnrM traniurtlona and financially abio to carry out any omurations maao Dy bis nrm. Wai-DiNO. Kin-nan A Manvtv, Wholemlo DruMleu, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cvtro la taken Internally, aetlnc directly upon tho blood and mucoua surfaces ot the system. Testimonials sent free. 1'riee 73 eentt per bottle. Sold by all nrurctata. Ta'ie Hall's Family l'UU for cpns'.loatlon. What His Wife Gave Him. The boss builder was standing on tho edgo of the great cavity at Thirty fourth street that thoy have beon dig ging for tho past fow years, when an Irishman walked toward him. "Look here," ho said. "Didn't I fire you yesterday?" "Yes," said the Irishman, "and I don't want you to do lt again, either. My wlfo gavo me tho devil about It when I got home." Now York Times. EKTRMMRT IKCREISE II FARM HMDS. 'SOUTHERN ALBERTA 13 A MIQHTY GOOD COUNTRY." No slrongor or bottor ovldcnco can Jbo given of tho merits of a country than that which comes from tho testi mony of tho sottler who has deter mined to succeed. This Is why wo reproduce- tho following letter, which speaks for Itself. These people wero In duced to go to Western Canada through tho solicitation ot a Canadian Government ngont, who secured for them tho low railway ratos. "Carmangay, Alta., Canada, 12-lG-'08. "Mr. C. J. Broughton, Canadian Gov ernment Agency, 135 Adams Street, Chicago: Wo had audacity enough to tacklo tho proposition of buying four sections ot land in Southern Alberta, thirty miles east of Clalrsholm and heading up on tho Little Bow, and our two boys each got a homestead ad joining. Wo fenced thrco sections and tho two homesteads, and built a house, barn, corrals and granary, and havo since enlarged somo of these build ings. Wo hnvo broken 200 acres ot land, which has been sowed to oats and wheat. During tho scvero winter of two years" ago tho winter wheat killed out somewhat, and our crop yielded only ten bushels to tho acre, but tho spring wheat went 24 bushels to tho acre. In this couutry wo must bo prepared for storms and cold, at times 20 to 30 below -zero, yet on tho wholo tho winters aro mild; nnd whllo thoro arc exceptional crops, it is fair to say that tho avcrago farmer can dopond on having a yield In averago years of from 20 to 25 bushels to tho aero for spring wheat; and winter wheat In our immediate neighborhood yields from 25 to 30 bushels to tha aero on the average. Wo havo now quite a bunch of horses, over 50 In all, about 350 sheep, aftor having sold 140 for mutton this fall. Wo havo 20 head of puro bred registered Shropshiro, which aro worth f 20 each. Tho average prlco received for mutton sheep was $5.00 and a llttlo over. Pork brings 5 and C cents a pound. Wo havo about 30 hond of cattlo on our ranch now, and last winter they picked their en tire living from our pasture, running to tho straw stacks for shelter at night. "The lncreaso of land values has been extraordinary. Our land four years ago cost us a llttlo less than C.OO an aero. Wo hnvo sold ono sec tion for $15.00, but wo would not sell any moro for less than $25.00 per acre, ns wo expect tho railroad within four miles of our ranch within the next 18 months. Southern Alberta of West orn Canada is a mighty good country for any man or woman who loves outdoor life, nnd who wants to got good ro turns for tholr labor and Investment. "Wo havo been pleased with our treatmont from tho Canadian Govern ment, and can heartily commend South ern Alberta as n splendid country in which to locate. "Yours very truly, (Signed) "JAMES S. AINSLIE AND SONS." Prof. Jinny on says: Curoacold and you prevent Consumption. His opin ion Is now shared by the leading physicians of tho country, and the wonderful cures thnt nro being made by Munyon's Cold .Remedy havo at tracted tho attention of tho whole medical fraternity. These llttlo sugar pellets break up a cold in n few hours, and almost universally prevent Bron chitis and Pneumonia. Measure to Raise Salaries. Jefferson City. Bert Dummlt, of Pelrco City, Mo., secrotary antl treas urer of the Missouri Court Reporters' Association, arrived horo and will work for the passago of a bill to In crease the salary of the countrr stenographers. Stuck. "My wife is always sticking mo for inonoy." "That must bo pin money." Ex change. Do not neglect constipation, for this con dition poisons the bloou and leads to chron ic ill health. Gnrfleld Tea, the mild herb laxative, corrects conlilttiou, keeps the blood pure, nnd the health Rood. Of course wo all believe that It Is better to glvo than to receive until somo ono passes around the hat. 1'II.r.H CUltKt) IN O TO 14 DAYS. TAKO OINTMKNT t a (rtmrantced to cure, any rim nf Itrbtng. jltlnd. lllrodlnrf or 1'roirudlnir l'fles In G to 14 daya ur money refunded, fitic. Hear Tuberculosis Talk. Jetforson City. The senators and members assembled In tho house of representatives Thursday afternoon and listened to an address by Dr. Wil liam Porter of St. Louis, Dr. J. I. Katon ot Bismarck, and I)r, Lucky of Columbia, on tho subject of tuhercu losls. Dr. J. T, Miner, member of the houso from Lewis county, presided and Introduced the speakers. Hidley Signs Stone's Commission. Jofferson City. Gov. Hadloy has signed tho commission of William J Stono as United States senator for a term of six years from March 4 next. Tho commission was executed by W C. Irwin, who was chief clerk under former Secrotary of State Swangor. and Is a splondld specimen of artistic penmanship. This is tho first com mission over Issued to a Democratic United Statos senator from Missouri, which was signed by a Republican gjvorncr and drawn, by a Republican clerk. Thoso enjoying prosperity should al ways bo ready to assist tho unfor tunatc. Domosthenes . f The Auctioneer's Hourglass. An auctioneer of Philadelphia col lects all sorts of objects pertaining to his ancient calling. Ha has, among other things, an Interesting set of nuc tloncor's hourglasses. Tho auctioneer, a century or so ago, concluded a sale, not by saying "Go ing going gono!" and rapping tho countor with his hammer, but it was his better method to turn up a free running glass toward tho end of tho bidding, and to end the salo Irrevoca bly when tho sands ran out This saved confusion nnd dispute. The auctioneer's glasses In the Philadelphia collection aro pictur esque Ono Is of tortoiso shell and mother of pearl. Another Is of ambor and gold. A third is of teak and Ivory. Cause for Complaint. Jones, the dairyman, loved his llttlo jouts occasionally, antl at such times celebrated riotously. Ho was pro--allcd upon to sign the pledge, and this plcco of news was given wldo publicity. But in a few weeks Jones turned upon his temperance friends and again sought old-timo friends and acquaintances, "Tho Idea!" grieved Jones, as ho told the waiter to dupllcato an order. "Mo driving a milk wagon, and thoso fellows advertising that I am on tho water wagon!" Judge. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTORIA a safo and suro remedy for Infants and children, and seo that It In Uso For Ovor !$0 Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought Mra. AVInalow'a Hnotltln flymp. TOrcntldren teething;, softens the Ruros, reduces In Osmmauoo, allays mta, cures v tod ooltu. 23c a bottle. Could Only Guess. "How many ribs havo you, Johnny?' asked tho teacher of physiology. "1 don't know, ma'am," giggled John- ny. smilnnlnc around nn nnt. tnnt Many n man has lost his life In try- 1 "I'm bo awful ticklish I never could lng to collect tho living ho thought tho world owed him. WHY stiller witli Cella- A Great Care. -Her hair turned win stiller witn eve trounics, nuiclc re- n "a" imucu iioi liof by tisins PCTTIt'S KYK SALVE, 23u. I whlto In ono night from trouble. perfectly All druggistsor Howard Bro..HulIdIo, N. Y You might say of a legal woddlng, "Certainly knot." Delia Really? What nature of the troublo? Colla Chemical. Judgo. the Smokers have to call for ly-wis' Single 1 Believed by Murino live Remedy. Com. nin.i., ;.,,. in net It. Yni,.' .lonler nr I'ouiutctl by Experienced Physicians. Mu- WrTrtnrv. I Win. 111. r PB. 0.M. 1 Bninrt: bootlicsi Kyo .Pain A happy medium ought to make good at a spiritual seanco. Qjbk, . t " Do you know of any woman who ever received any benefit from taking Lycha E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound? " If any woman who is suffering with any ailment peculiar to her sex will.ask her neighbors this question, she will be surprised at the result. There is hardly a community in this country where women cannot be found who have been restored to health by this famous old remedy, made exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs. During the past 30 years we have published thousands of letters from these grateful women who have been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never in all that time have we published a testimonial without the writer's special permission. Never have we knowingly" published a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine. Here is one just received a few days ago. If anyone doubts that this is a true and honest statement of a woman's experi ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound write and ask her. Houston, Texas. "When I first hegnn taking Lydia 13. rink liam's Vegetable Compound I wns a total wreck. I had been sick for three years with female troubles, chronic dyspepsia, and a liver trouble. I had tried several doctor's medicines, but nothing did mo any good. "For thrco years I lived on medicines and thought, I would never got well, when I rond an advertisment of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and was advised to try it. "My husband got 1110 ono bottlo of tho Compound, and lt did mo so much good I continued its use. I am now a well woman nnd enjoy tho best of health. "I advise- all women suffering from such troubles to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. They won't regret it, for It will surely cure you." Mrs. Bcsslo L. Hicks, 819 Cleveland St., Houston. Any woman who is sick and suffering is foolish surely not to give such a medicine as this a trial. Why should it not do her as much good as it did Mrs. Hicks. Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesn't need to be rubbed all you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and congestion, and reduces the swelling. Sloan's Liniment is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. Prlco, 25c, COc, antl $1.00. Dr. Earl S.Sloan, Boston, Mass., UJSA. Sloan' book on horsna, cattle, sheep and poultry aent free. COLT DISTEMPER .kill 11 1 Oan b handled rt Mine na!ti?!!3!!i'.,lMt r,raertr er Known for mini In foal. .!f.?9!''l'?'"-t tocureonaoaso. Uouulll hnttl.i si.nS misSriSi"! IWT "arndialn-..orMnl aiprau pita br noi.Yi?.JIt..fii:hoV h0!' to PouMn throat, lur fr4 SPOHH MBOIOAL OO.. racabtsaadBsiltrLWiUti, OOiherl, InrJ., U.S. A. Tlmao Tired, Arlilnir nit nf Ynura UrM Allan's r'i:t-Kaw. iM at four Druggist's. YYrllo A, M. Olmsted, l.oKor,N. V tor wmple. Fee Offices on Salary. Jefferson CityHarry C, Vatca, rop resontaUvo ot the Third district of lluclianan county, la to Introducs a bill which t'rovldca that all officials In counties having a population of over 60,000 and k'sa than 150,000 shall 10 placed (in a salary Instead of tho present foo basis. Tho agitation in behalf of this meas- uro was hroucht up by tho citizens of Tho moro a girl smiles tho less she means It. Urge Electric Headlights. Jefferson City. Ono of tho meas ures for which tho railroad organisa tions of engineers and tlromen will ask tho general assembly, through representatives now on the ground, Is an enactment compelling all tho rail road companies In tho stato to equip all tholr eiiRlues with electric head lights. Many of tho companies havo Itch cutcd in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Ition. Never fails. At druggists,. The words coined In tho mint do not lncreaso our vocabulary. Wrlto Murine Kyo nptnedy Co.. Chlciiirn. lor Illustrated Kyo Book. At Druggists. Hard to Keep Quiet, She I should think tragedy parts wero very hard on a woman. Hrj Pantomlmo partB aro a great dcaj moro Irksome. There Is no Safer Remedy for 11 Couch, or throat trouble than "Ilrown'B llronchlal Trocliea." 'St conta a box. Bumnln frco, John I. Brown & Bon, Boston, Maaa, Yon can roly upon the friends you buy If you havo enough monoy to kcop them bought. HUslsLtl'JilLUkM'imu'ltll f:V.tflllkiM;(f1vnH Home Treatment 121 Granulated Lids .,,1 treatment of or' 0'.'t flmo Eye 'VSThempton't Eye Wa.tr IU. MoIKTOSU celebrated NATURAL UTERINE , SUPPORTER lMWP?S,KSu,.0'u, l!unu"1,, PARKER'S " HAIR BALSAM IClsaaKS ana. baautirus tha t in.Tjr jsiuihi ataaura Oray aSJiajJ"'rii' A. N. J. B .m re 11 1.1. renocs. Last raauKl (1009-6) 2268. Buchanan county and St. Joseph, be-1 mtod up tholr passenger engines with cause It was biillovcd somo county ct , thoso headlights, btit train crews want fleers wero malilng too much money. thorn to go on freight onglnes as well. IRIRaU PIMOE, ,oo, retail.