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MAnaitAMi nKrunMOAN paok Timrx H-I-K-t-J-l-H-H-J-t-;-:-!-!--I-H-I-H- H From QurExchangesU O. 0. Clillcutt, proprietor of tlio Miami Livery liani, want to tlio coun ty seat Tuesday it) buy an automobile to put into sorvlco In IiIh llvory busi ness. Ha returned with a brand now Overland car. Tho nulo livery lino from hero to Manilla)! Is now an os tnbllKhcd fact and tlio citizens of thin part of tlio county muy fenl that tlioy lmvo boon hrotiRht into much donor touch with other pnrlM of tho county. Wo hopo .Mr. Chllcott will find plonly of ImihIiiokh for IiIh now car uud that he will soon lmvo to put in nnotlier one. Miami News. Tho county court took action Thursday of last week to appoint a successor to J. M. I'nrks as road over seer of District No. 10, Tlio cholco of the court fcol upon Lent Jenkins, who had a potlltou befoto tho court signed by n largo number of cltlionn of tho district. Lent will do alt In his power to mnko tho roads of Dili trtcf No. 10 tho bust In tho county. Miami News. Horn, to Mr. and Mrr. David, at their hciinc Month of Miami, Sunday, Kolirunry S, IP I I; u son. Mlunil Nowm. Horn, to Mr. and Mm. Hnmiiel Uoy- nolds nt their homo at I'rosr-att, Ark., Sunday, February 8, liill, im eleven pound boy. Miami News, Miss Tonrl Caiupboll, of Rlator, and 13. 1;. HIchariiHon, of Mlumi, wet married at IiIkIi noon Wednesday, Fobrunry 1 1, tho coromony boliiK per rormcil by Uov. V. 1. Ilurrott nt hit homo in tho iioulborn uuhurbn of tho clly. Miami Nowh. MIKM MAItTIIA DAVIS. Miss Marthu Davis died nt tho homo of hor sister", Mrs. M. 1'. l'ltz- Patrick, Monday, I-Vbrunry 0, 19M, nt tho iiko of ill years, tun months and four days. ' Sho was tho daughter of tho late Josso II. and Sarah 11. Davis. Sim was born April G, IS II), on iv farm near Cordor, Lufayotto county, Mo., niid moved to Kntlno county about tho close of tho' civil war and linn beon a resident of Sallno over slnro. Silo leaves n number of brother and sisters, hnlr brothers nnd half ulsters to mourn her death. Hy her roiiuost no funeral sorvlco was hold, but tho romnlns woro tnkon to I'IsKiili nnd with a song and pray or woro laid nway until tho last trump shnll sound. Illnckburn Record. 'MIIH. KMAUinil Itl'llKLMANN Mrs. Kllzahcth ltubnlmann died nt tho homo of her son, Kred, In Hluck bum Saturday, Fobrunry 7, 1914, at tlio ago of 87 years, two months and NOTION OP ITNAL HKTTMIMICN T. "Notlco is hereby filven to nil crcdl tors nnd others Interested In the cstato of Andrew J. Mcltoborts, do ceased, that wo, llonjnmln L. McHob erts, Aloxundor II. Mcltoborts and ICrncat L. Mcltoborts, 10.x rs. of said cstato, intend to malto Final Settle ment1 thereof nt tho noxt torm of tho Trobato Court of Sallno County, Mis nburl, to bo holden at tho Court ilbuso In sntd' County on tho first Mtmday of March, 1914. DHNJAM1N L. JlcnOIHSrtTS, ALKXANDKil II, McltOIlKUTS, BRNK8T L. McHOIlISltTSi Uxrs First insortlon, January 1G.U01 1. Fifth iiiBertlon, February 13, 1914 NOTICH OK I'TNAL 8KTTMC.MHXT, Notlco is hereby given to all crodl tors nnd others interested in tho estate, of Allco S. Knglaud, deceased that I, Hurry M. Hnglnnd, administra tor of said ostatOj Intend to make Flu al Sottlomont thorcofiat tho noxt torm of the Probata Court of' Sallno. Coun ty, Missouri, to bo holden at tho Court House1 In said County on tho first' Monday of. March; 1914. HARRY M. ENGLAND, Admn First insortlon, Jan. 30, 1914, Fifth Insortlon, Fob. 27, 1914. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICH. Notlco Is hereby given that letters of admlnstrntlon on" tho estate of Mary J. McCnlllstor, deceased, woro granted to tho undersigned, on the 24th day of Jnuuary, 1914, by the I'robato Court of Sallno County, Mis sourl, Alt porsons having claims against said cstato are required to exhibit thorn to mo- for allowance, within six months' nftor the dato of said letters linn.iflf- nfaiili natntl llflfl it annli clulms bo not oxhlbltod within one year from tho dato of tho last insor tioiuof the publication of this notlco tlioyshnjlbo forevor barred. . JAMEQ T. McCAIjLISTHIl, Admr. First Insertion,, jRn3.0(; 191,4k FourthlimertlOB, 'jrb,; .'20. a 8 1 4 i eight dnya. Mrs..ltubclmnnn, noo Schnllor, was bom In Hndon, Oormany, November AO, 182(1, and camo to tho United States about 18 IS and settled at Mas coutah, III,, whero she lived until Dcccmbor, 1908, when sho camo to Ulackhuru to muko her homo with her son. Sho was married to Mr. Ruhelmnnn In ISTiC, and to thorn woro bom three children, and Frod, of Mlnckburn, Is her only survivor. Tho body was tnkon to Mnscoutah, 111., and tnld to rest hy tho sldo of her husband nnd children who had pre ceded her to the happy laud whero she so wanted to go. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frod lUiholmnnn nc- eomimnled tho remains (saving Snn dtiy night. Tho sympathy of this outlro com munity goos out to this family In theli sorrow over tho death of this nged parent. lllackburu Record, W. R. Moore, wo understand, has purchased Will Uear.loy'H barber out fit and will open up a barber shop ns soon ns his eon returns from tho Iwr- bor school In Kunsas City. Arrow Rock Statesman. Married:. Paul Jaeder, of Now Haven, and Miss I.odlu Kllers woro married nt tho homo of tho hrldo'n pnnuits, Mr. and Mrs. II miry Kllers, north of town, at II o'clock, Thurs day, Fobruniy 12, Kill. A big re ception was given them after the wed d in Arrow Rock Hlntosmnn. (ii,KNiioitFi'-i.rrMi:iKR. Married nt All Saints ehurcli, Tues day moriiliiK nt eight thirty o'clock, .Mr. John Olendorlf mid MIhm Orn Snltzineler, Rev. ('. J. Strasburitor officiating. Aloyro Oleudorff, broth or of tho groom, and .Miss Leila Snltx- meler. sister of the bride woro tho witnesses. The bride was most be comlngly droesod In white satin. The hnppy couple, aecumpnnlcd by Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Taylor, hoarded tho fast train at Harmony for St. Louts, wliero they will spend tliolr hencymoou. Thu groom Is tho son of the Into Chris Olendorff, a young farmer of good (innlltloH ami popular among his nc(unluttiucoH. Tho brldo Is tho nc compliHliad daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Den Snltxmlnr. This couple lmvo known oneh other for yenrs nnd both havo n largo elrclo of friends who wish thorn much happiness nnd pros perity In their' wedded life. With these tho (Holm Joins. After tho honeymoon thoy will ho at homo to their many friends nt their homo In tho West IJInsgow nolKhborhood, Ollllam Olobe. Mrs. C. II, tlanios met with n paln ( ill ncclilent at the skating rink Sntur duy nf toiunou, when sho fell nnd broko tho largo bono In hor leg. Just abovo tho mikle. Mrs. Ilarnes has tho sympathy of all her friends who deoply rogrcat tho unrortuuuto occur ence, und hopo for her spcodly recov ery. Sluler News. IRKXi: DAVIS. Irene, tho llttlo sis your old daugh ter or Mr. and Mrs. l T. Davis died Friday of pneiimnnlu, after a. short Illness. Funoral services woro hold Saturday nt the homo conducted by tho Rev. Mr. Roberts and tho romnlns taken to tho Rehoboth cemetery fur burial. The boroavod parents and mombors of tho family lmvo many sympathiz ing friends who offer condolonro In their bereavement. Sinter News. Russel Leroy Cllno, sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. O. Cllno, nged 19 months, diod nt the homo of his grnndpnronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. James, nlno miles northwost of Shitor, Tuesday, Fobru nry 10. Tho funeral services con ducted by Rev; W. I. Rohorts, woro hold at the resldcnco Wednesday afternoon nt 1:30 nnd tho remains laid to rest In Rouobatli cemetery, Sinter Rustler. lllllTIIH. Rom to Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Allen, Tuosdny, Fobrunry 3, a daughter. Rom to Mr. and Mrs. CJeo, Flzo, February 0, twin boys, Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Carroll, Saturday, Fobi;uary 7i ft son. Slator Rustlor. Dr. C. Lowls Fowlorj pastor of the Baptist church horo, says In n letter from Lexington, to tho odjltort "Will ymt plenso say. In your puper, this week and noxt,. that our revival meet ing at tho Daptlst church In Swoot SprlngB will begin on Friday night, tlio 20th of Fobrunry. State Evan gelist I). I. Montgomery and his son, a. fino Blnger, will bo with us in tho meeting. Wo cordially Invite all tho citizens of Sweet Springs to bo with us and; to oo-ppornto with us In this NAMES ARBOR PAY OOVISRNOK MAJOR HKTH TUBS DAV, APRIL 1 I AS DAVTO PLANT TRRliS. Governor Major Issued n proclanui tlon setting apart April 14 iih Arbor Day for thu planting of trees and shrubbery. Ilo retpiests every public, prlvnto and denominational subool to plant treees, shrubbery nnd Mowers around the schools mid to take Kitl In literary exorclsos. ""I MUggcst." snys tho Governor, "Ihul tho public ttxurclso bo such us will Improfrs the ehtldren and clttzuns generally with tho Iiiipmtunco nnd value of tnnklng school grounds at tractive evidence our Interest In eilu cnllnnal affnlra mid encoitrngo for- oslry. I ulso suguxst that each toneli ur or board of education ImpresM up on the people Arbor Day tho progros- slvo and wholesomo school lenlilu Hon ennctcd by tho logisluture of It 13, under which 1,7 Ifl wont; rural school illetrlt In nnd K,7 weak towns or vlllano schools wero mIvmii speclsl aid." TDK L"SI Jl OASOL1NK. UHsollne, Geo, Fitch tolls us, was originally utl for donning gloves anil eject I tig hired girls through I he kitchen roof, hut Im now been tan Klit a groat enrioty of InUriwilIni; tricks, Mir-li as runnlnn niitnmnhlles, ttuioplnnua, motor bonis, wliidinlllx. streut cttra, hmrum, corn shellers snd lilojolts. My Hih uld of gswillno we esn travel 00 miles uu hour through tho n I r, l,,0 iiiIIm over Isnd nnd 1 fot into thu icrouud with tho grnntest ouse. a Ktiiinii or gAsoiinu osit do us much work In an iour iih n horso esn do In a day, nnd It dostn't lmvo to bo bsddvd down at night. It can drive nu auto 20 miles uud while doing this It can cuuso three rtinawHys, a collision, a 120 lino for wputHllug, and an (nunest. A gallon of whiskey nt a Saturday nli;!it danco esn cuuso n groat dual of tiouhlu, but It Is tamo nnd kittenish bosldo n gnllon of whl. water which Is conducting n Joy ride. Ousollno Is n clear, nervous liquid which li composod of speed nolso nnd trouble In equal parts. It Is mndo of kerosene reduced to n moro violent stnge, nnd Is kindly supplied to the reslloJM portion of niHiiklnd by thu frngmentM of tho lato Standard Oil Co. Will Move the Pennant. Poechor Ilros. confectionary, known ns "Tho Pennant," will bo moved In to tho building on the comer of Ar row uud Lftfnyette, before tho 1st of Mnrcli. This store has been remodel ed nnd generally Improved rocontly by Mr. Iluckuor, who owns It, nnd will mako a very nttractlvo plnco of business. soul suvlng campaign." Sweet Spr ings Herald. POSTPONED SALE The public sale, -at the farm of F. C. Salmon, six miles northeast of Mar shall and 112 miles west of Norton, is post poned until Monday, Feb. 23 Beginning nt 10 o'clock, a.m About 35 head of Hor ses and Mules and a lot of Farming Imple ments will be offered. FreeLuncIi at Noon. SALMON & RtiOADES. StnlK ft OJil.4. nt tt Tlcito. tn Onntr. f". Trunk J. ibrnuy luiitu i outli tlutt li U cau4 riitliK' ni urn rum or v. J. i w u I hi; Luntn.w In tint City r T"lnU County nJ (tin In ufurftalil. uil thnt M (Irni will pty tbn turn of OKI! !lt;NIUU:l 11U1.UMIH lyt cncli nnit I'vrf y ciai ',.( Cdtarrh lbt cannot tx furcJ li'y tbu uo ot llall't Cutarrli Cu. ntANi: j. cni:Mnr. Sworn In lWon mo eliA nilncrll'oil In tar tirrit'urv, tbU OtU Utjr of IKwmUr, .i D.v JSsU. Hl. A. W. MMiAROK. Noturr rubllc. rUlPn rurrh Cum H UUn latotnilly uii ttJ Ulrctly ui'un th und inuroui u fact' or tho ayitrm. SouJ fur ltmoull, i J, ciF.jjr.y & co ToicU, o, RoM by all DnvsUtt, T3!, 'Talp llall'a rinl1f 1'IIU tar Mmnllnntlon. Pntlioliuryof Wlillo Dlnn-hoen Of Ai Hillbilly I latched Chicks, Cmtse nnd Cm c. The following nrtlclo was written by IJ. I,. Wodbrldge, it former Mar shall citizen, of the Kowler, Colo., ugg farm, ami was handed to us by V. A. Illghtshou of thu Marshall Produce Co.: Premlies: that forty per cent of all chickens artificially hatched In the country die of a certain well defined (Unease; and (2) that death generally occurs within ten days after hntchlng. Conclusion: that with such n ulni- llnrlty, the rauso of tho disease must lie one nnd the same. I.Ike nil others, I encountered this mntndy soon nfter I began with poul try, mid for yenrs 1 lmvo bent nil the forfw of my study nnd thought to wards its elimination. A year be fore tho nclunl discovery of the germ by Rutlgor nnd Stoneburii I had be come convinced that tho germ must eonitj from the parent stock, und In timated as much In u published nrtl- i e. Of courso tho discovery of the germ liidlcntoi! how the disease could dsvolop, but did nothing towards Its treatment or povcutlou. In studying tho problem, I first wanted facts to work on: not theory. Two of those facts stood out: PACT ON'K. That the proonc of the gorm did not uotossntlly mean thu actual sense. Post-mortems on hundreds of patents In it hospital In Germany, developed the fact Hint In every case, the lungs of tho subject showed Hint nt one time or nnotlier they bad been allocked by tuberculosis: that tho at tached portion had lienlnd, leaving only a st'sr, tho perton dying of ano ther illssuso than tuberoulotl, hnvlng thrown off Hie tuberculosis stlsck. FACT TWO: Tlisl the victims of the attack of white dlurrhe-sa wato rately over the heu-halched chicks; only tho artificially hulehed one; and that thsroforo the latter lacked something which was supplied by na ture In tho handling of chicks. During tho hatching season of liU I 1 lost somo fifteen hundred chicks from the disease. At thu latter part of thu season It occurred to mo Hint tho temporaturo of thu body of tho lion whero thu chicks hoorcd was about 101; whereas my brooders woro running at from !)." (i! Indies from floor) to SC. I raised tho tenipcrnluru of tho brooder ten degrees, nnd the dlsoaso stopped. Rending and thinking alt the Inter- veiling time, started tho hatchings of 1!US, ulili hot broodsrv; floor of (under) brooders rovorod with nn luch of (confined) sand, covered with aiiHim leuvft. Tim (tiio last) sa- sou, I loat only about a doyen chicks; all the caves I had, nnd killed them us soon as symptoms 'nppnared. This was gratifying, hut I was not satisfi ed. It wns unipioHHounbly u fact that u hot, well ventilated tompora luro prevented the disease, but WIIV? And I never rested till I final ly got It. And I glvo It, to you my friends, with my warm rognrdi. I believe It to be the rou I, only, final solution of tho trouble. That observ ance of tho llttlo simple laws of dlKea Hon will obliterate Hilt scourgo uud Hint Its violation will nlmoH surety dovelop tho trouble. My only won der Is, Hint some observant person has not run upon this patent fact long uro, but lu nil my reading I have never seen n hint which Indicated un understanding of tho mnttor or even u suspicion of it. l.ol ma dispose of tho "gorm" fea ture of this nrtlclo Just hero and have douo with it. As stated above, tho presence of tho germ need not necos Enrlly produce tho disease. I used iggs from hens this year with no dlsenso; from eggs from the snmo lions last year I had tho troublo nnd plenty of It. Thcro must bo uu acute causo to devolop this disease, A heal thy boy overloads his stomach with green apples: result, Intustlim! dis turbance i lmvo received several catalogs from an custom breeder proudly displaying certificates from high authority that his flock contain oil no hens with infected ovaries. Let mo say to tho brothor that If ho vio lates, tho law laid down herein, his chicks will have white diarrhoea Just llko any body's oIho, When a mammal recolves birth Its first iustlnct'is to (hid something to cat, and nature-supplies tho demand, close at hand. When avian young rocolvo birth (or "uro hutched") they do. not need food. In tho caso of a chick, tho ubsorbed egg yolk, tnkon into tho body Just prior to oxcluslon through tho umbilical cord, will bus tain Ufa from flvo to eight days. It not only needs nothing, but should liuvo nothing, for nt least 7" hours utter hatching. At tho end of this tlmo the yolk is fairly digested aud tho chick becomes hungry. Feeding during this period Is harmful und tro- quontly. promotes nuce, dlgestlvo disturb- Tho normal temporaturo of tho chick la about 98'.4. At hatching It Is but llttlo morn than skin and bonos; tho egg yolk making up u largo percentage of tho nppurent wei ght of tho chick. At the end of thu three days' period It weighs loss than nt hatching. Now It is obvious that with such a frail bodily complement, tho power to crent or hold heat Is small. In other words, It Is f-nslly chilled. Hence nature provides Us powerful assist ance: tho warm, downy feathers of tho lion, whose, body stands conveni ent to tho chick, like n stove, tem perature to I. Instinct tells tho Itttle fellow Just what to do and for the first fow days he Is right up closo to "the Uro." Now nolo the dlfforenco under tho present nrtlflenl conditions. Hatch ed at tcmpornturo of 101 then down Into tho nursory whoro thermometer shows from Sfi to yo. No apparent harm yet, hut watt nnd two. Then Into tho brooder whero particular dir ection say !." to 100, three lnchw from (cold i floor. And lu from three. to live days, Hm trouble sets up mid you lose tho regulation 10 iter cent of your chicks. How ilo I inaniig? Why, somo tlilng lik this. I try to have a vac ant Inciilmlor standing by, honied up to about 100 on Hie floor of thu nur sery tniy, umk tray removed, .lust us roon a possible, without dnngor to hatch, I remove tho chicks and place lu the other Incubator. In 21 hours, , thoy ar removed to brooder, showing' ll'i, 3 Inches from floor, which ls wim sand, and some alfalfa leares on top. Thus I have no white diar rhoea. The reason you hare It Is, that the) t hick cannot keep up enough beat to prevent the ork yolk Inside Us little body from becoming chilled; that it, rallliiK below a temporaturo of t8 V& aud here It Is: acultl'innas of IndiRea Hable material, which tho chick can not possibly asslmtlute, and soon, lu a few hours i'tmps. you see the re sult, and say your chick has white diarrhoea. Have you tiny "bottle' linblos in your house? That is, wore any of jour children raised hy baud, lus'.uad : of by the natural wuy? If so, do you recull how particular the nurse was to get the mllh warmed up Just right before feeding! If it got the 'ood any was cold, digestive trouble was euro to set up. It's nature's offort to gel rid of something It can't handle, and sometimes think that white diarrhoea lu chicks la also an effort of nattiro to rid the chick of Indigest ible matter. Only thu little chlek la not strong onotte.li to stand tho opera tion. In my first brood last February flvo chicks, at two days old, escaped through tho wire game ot thu bi nail er, nnd had been out lu the cold brooder house, In freezing tempera ture fur sumo time before 1 fo.md thorn, thoroughly ahlllod. I put them hack In tho broooder nnd in a couple of days I had five cases of while dlnrrhoua. Per contra, not long afturwnrds, In opening a hrnodar house door whero thore was another brood, ten days old, ono escaped my notice nnd got out lu snow soveral Inches deep. Half an hour later I found It iloiiudorlug lu the snow cold nnd crying. I put It back lu Hm brooder, and there wns no bud result, WIIV? Simply becnusc there was nothing to cause It. Thero was no undigested yolk or food to chill. And now do you gat my point? I simply assert that white dlurrhooa. Invariably, except In tho fow canes, from oxtenml lufostion.-ls cauiod 1IV TUB CHIIJilNG OF Till: UGO YOLK IN TIIK UODV OF Till? CHICK. Is that plain? Yuu can see why white diarrhoea takes place within from one to five days from hatching, nnd why we nay that If wo can get tho chick over the first tun days, we are safe. All this looks simple; Just u llttlo physiological fact, but I will ask you to consider what It menus. That Is, If I am right, and I know I nm from numerous experiments. It mcaim a complete revolution In tho construc tion of incubators. No one will bo right unless it furnishes u warm, woll OVER 03 YEARS' CXPCRIENCE 1 Fsel'llB.E.-.i TriAoc MAnaa Drsiafia COHYRICHTB &C. A nrono pending n ket rli uttl itrcditlnii my i It, iitvniWt ia imtliahlv tiliMilattlA. t orn pltntatilA. I'omtuuillr. ;.ii. iiaiinBons uiiatuu lloniiirTotlyfouUAoiitl.tt. ilAIIOBOOX ui I'attuu 1'iit frvo. iMt ucncr.fur ociiriiici'utL'iitii. I'itiiiitu tnkvu tktuuiili Muun ttculTO iwclal iwtkf. wlttiout iturue. 1 tuo scieminc itiericait hnjuiinlr llluttrat4 wnklr, Iivwt rlr. ruUtlun ut uiiy fciantltlci lourul. , 'Icruu, tJ s ttui four tuonpM, )U awatr)l h0wilr. MWt Co,30 '''"''"'nBW'YorK Seeking MeaMa andBiveugth For tlio.ic ills peeuliaii loAvomon Diy Ficrco -. , recommond3 life "Favorite Pruriptidn" aa HE ME. REMEDY" rr-fililliMlrii mwm Mmii"T Mtwwn, amagiaii A mcdidno prepared by reRularprnduatotl physiIclflnof unus ual exporiencoin tr- u'liijr woman' 'tlieW carefully udBptetl to work In harmony with tlio mojtileheute feminine constitution. All meo'icino dealers hnvo soltl It v. iih satisfaction to cus tomers for tho papt 40 yoari. It ia ikjw obtulnabta in liquid or ougnr-contcd tablet form nt the drvfr store or send COone-cent BtarajH for a trial box, to dlulFalo. Rvsry wwran fnsywiiti foily tixl ltM'r M Tr. riw, Invalids' ll.M antlj ;r v InMif.t, N. Y.,r.n.l -my -a mrc that lr i' J v .n w. tvptan ful . ntiui.i. rtinliiliiil cnnMilcruttoti, ond tlmt oxpf iticcJ i .nikhl atlr.cj will to given to hor nbMilutoly Iiec. Dr. Pierce' Pleatant Pel.'cfs regulate ail ineisorete ttomach, l!v crandlnnctlt. Suncr coated, tir.y enrmSt rat? to tcJic at candy. ontllated nurnery. I used to think Hid panting ot chicks Inside the lneu tistor wai from the high temueraUtre. Not r bit or it; it's from the Impuio ulr. Chicks do not mind a tempera ture of KM; they waul It. I lmvo often seen them run right under Hie brooder which stood at 120 three lu-r-kes from the floor, and stay there. For what la a brooder anyway? Why uro we so particular about the oxact ttnperaturo7 Take the stove In your sitting room. Are you careful to ep It at Just the oxaet temperatura? At our house, when It got it little v arm tloso to tho stovo, we move back a little. We don't put the fire out. Ami lu the natural way, when thu llttlo chick nets cold, It runs fur tho hen, and gets close to a teniixm lure of lol. And so I try to have a good warm place for the little fellows to go. They play -wt In the cold brooder house, scratching In the traw for the chick feed (for I never iud anything but grain", from thu ery start) and whon they gel en ough, and their little legs show red fixna the cold, they scamper tor the uood warm hover anil soon warm up. Thero are other collateral potute I would like to cover In this article, but 1'. is already too long. You have the Men: put It (n practice, and see how many more aud how much better chicks you will raioe. I colculati d to I'm,, a certain number of chkk ; :roiu the scourge liiKt h anon but I k'U waitically notu ; my broodur luu- .' 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Enjoy the superb smoking Cars the luxurious upholstered reclining chairs free of extra charge, in the Chair Cars the delicious meals and perfect service in the Dining Cars the palatial Pullman Sleeping Cars and Observation Cars on The Only Way Chicago Kansas City Time tables and full information gladly given. CALL ON OR ADDRESS O. E. HAWTHORNE, Agt Chicago & Alton Ml . , Bee, IT E E LB m m B B filled rapidly from tho hundreds turned out from my incubators. One at a crowdod time, I had to put s llttlo fellows In a hover Intended only iiO; Jammed thorn In most un way, as i had no other place for Hut nt that time, nnd 1 never lost ono n them. NHW FRANKFORT. .Miss Ietn Schollunberg, of Gilliam, spent Sunday with Miss htsxlo I. en;. Mr. and Mrs. A. Saner wero dlnnc gpests at the home of R. Jordan, o Ollllam, Sunday. Mr. Paull, or St. Louis, is visltut Harry Melal. Mle Mary Sponrs returned to he home In Kansas nftor a visit of sev r al months with relatives hero. H sinter, Mrs, Seott Hawkins, nccom Vianleil her. Misses Nolle Lewellen, Kmma Met then and Mary Rogers visited Jci Cooper and family Sunday. Judge K. McCortnlck Is still quit sick. Mrs. O. II. Reldenbach ontertnltict a fow friends at dlnuur Sunday Tli'j.st present Here MIeeee Uernlce Kltcltct and Anna Wlllmlug and Moeers Chns. Lewellen, Carl Sclimltt, Henry Wlllm lug aud Sllth Morn!. Mrs. (iennovlove Worley has been .Ub t sick at hor homo on Wost North -treet for tho last week with grip. Pntronlzo our ndvertlsorr. REMEDY RELIEVES AND BLADDER MISERIES from the Hood and drive it out cf lie system. It matUra nut how old you arc r ' ow long you have sutlcred, Croxonc i! ro prepared tint it is prattKu. .possible to take it into the hum .1 ytem without rc.ults. You will t I ic different from all other reined; i There it nothing cbc on earth l.xe it. It Harts to work immediately and more than a few doses are sel dom required to relieve even tho most chronic, obstinate caien. 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