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PHIDAY, Aimili 3, 101 It
maiwitamj niipnnricAN
Ho! For Chicago!
Travel in Luxury!
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
Time tables and full
information gladly given.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
O. E. HAWTHORNE, Agt.
Chicago & Alton
County News
ri-H4-H-H-l-H-H-t-:-K'-I--H-l-H;
XK I.SOX.
Hov. Fred Shorter conducted cer
vices at tho Christian church Sunday
Mornlnc, uut on account of tho re
vival services which wcro being hold
nt tliu l'ftabyterlun church by Itov.
Clyde Hlielton of St. LouIb, thcro wcro
no sorvlcea nt tho Christian church In
tho scvcnlng. Ituv. Sheltou closed
his nicotine Sunday evening nnd
whllu thorn wcro not many additional
to tho church, ho succeeded In ro - or -
KiiuUlug tho church nnd Sunday
Nchool. Judgo Ilylnnd wilt bo tho ro
gulnr pastor of tho 1'rcHbytortun
church now and will preach on tho
third Sunday of each month.
I'. M. SnndldRo nnd wifo woro
guests of Mra. I,. J. Saudlduu Sunday
nt dinner.
Hov. Fred Shorter spent Sunday
with M. R Wlloy nnd wife.
Mra. Duunuvant nnd daughter,
Florence, bavo returned after an ex
tended visit with rclutlrcs In tho
country near here.
Tho Lcaguo contost, which was
held ut tho Methodist church on tho
night of Friday, Alarch 27, wus u very
Interesting nffnlr. Ilev. Spears of
Arrow Hock cumo over und nctcd ns
teacher, nnd tho opposite sides re
peated In concort tho answers. Tho
following woro tho points to hu learn
ed and Riven: The twenty-third
1'salni, tho Lord's prayer, tho hcatl-
MAKES BACKACHE
QUICKlYilSAPPEAR
A. Few Dotes Relieves All Such
MUeriM. BUdtWYVeakme,
Kidscy Trouble and Rheu
matism Promptly Vanish
It 2s bo longer necessary for any
one to suffer with backachlnc;, kid
ney trouble, have disacreeablc blad
der and urinary disorders to cantend
with, or be tortured with rheuma
tism, stiff joints, and its heart.
wrencWng pains, for the new discov
ery, Croxone, quickly and surely re
lieves all such troubles.
Croxone is the most wonderful
remedy yet devised fsr ridding the
system of uric acid aad draviug out
all the poisonous imaurklcs which'
cams such troubles. , It is entirely
different from vil other remedies. ft
is not like anything cist ever used
far the purpose. It acts on the prin
ciple of cleaning out the poisons and
removing the cause.
It soaks right in through tlte walls,
membranes and linings, like water in
a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and
makes th kidneys sift out and filter
away, all tlte uric acid and poisons
frjom the blood, and leaves the kid
neys and urinary organs clean,
strong, healthy ana well.
It matters not how loag you have
suffered, how old you are, or what
you have used, the very principle of
Croxone is such, that it is practically
impossible to take it into the human'
system without results. There is
nothiag else on earth like it, It
starts to work the minute you take it
and relieves yen the first time you
use it.
It you suffer with, pains in your
back; and sides, or have -any signs of
kidney, bladder troubtes. or rheuma
tism, such as puffy swellings tinder
the eyes or in the feet and ankles, if
you are nervous, urea, ana run aawn,
or bothered with urmary disorders,
Croxone wIH quickly relieve you of
vour mlserv. You can secure an orig
inal package of Croxone at trifling
cost from any first-class druggist.
All druggists are authorized to per
sonally return the purchase pace if it
tails u ft tingic. case,
St Louis
City
itmlon, tho Tun CommnndinuntH, tho
golden rule, tho I.onmie licnoillctlon,
tho twclvo nposlles, tliu tioohu of tho
lllblu and nil their division.). Hitch
contuntnnt wan to learn also wlioro
thesu points may bo found in tho
Hlblo. Mr. Alonzo Staples and Mr.
George Aloxnndcr wero tho captains.
Messrs Ucorgu IJaltor, Ilcrt Whlto und
Mrs. Joo Crockett wcro chosen us
Judges. "A tlu" was tho decision
handed In ns tho losing Hlda was to
treat tho winners. It huu not yet been
decided what will bo done.
Mr. and Mm. Albert Cluto enter-
tnlnud tho members of tho M. M. club
and uulto u number of other nner.tii
nt n card party Thursday night.
Mr. Geo. Macktur has routed tho
farm belonging to Mrs. Annlo Parker.
Mr. A. O. Jones, who has been cn thu
farm for Homo tliuo Intend icolng to
Scdulla to work, nnd his wife will llvu
with her daughter, Mra. C. II. DavK
Mrs. Jones hats been in poor health
for Home tlmo.
Mcssm Walter Drown, Dan John-
sou, wm. Thompson, II. 12. Staples
nnd Doctors L. I. Shucli and M, 0.
MrAllstur woro In Murshall ou busl-
iicss Wednesday.
Miss Mildred Fern Whlto Iiiib been
on tho sick list several days thlu
week.
Mr. Harry (lopliart of Missoula
Montana was hero the first of tlio
week ou business, llu has been In
Texan a portion of tho wlntor with hid
wlfo, whoso health Is bad. '
Mr. Clifford Uarnhurt and wlfo of
Doonvllle wero guests of Mr. und Mra.
Louis retry tho first of tho weok.
Tho ladles of the Wednesday cluh
wero most pleasantly entertained in
tho homo of Mr. Howard Smith on
tho afternoon of Wednesday, Mnrch
25. A number of special guests wero
Invited nnd each guest watt given ti
beautiful carnation ns n souvenir of
the occasion. An interesting fcaturo
of tho evenings entertainment wus n
biblical contest in which Mra. II. T.
linrnes wou tho prlso.
Mrs. Shanty Owens and baby spout
Wednesday night the guest of her
brothor, Mr. h. F. McCluro.
Mossrs Wosloy Williams aud Davo
Plrtlu drove to Marshnll Monday
uftornoon and returned Wednesday.
Mrs, Nettle I.lgrtctt had school In
nor room Saturday In order to mulco
up for tho duy sbo lost whllo tnkluK
the tcachar'a examination, few
weeks ago.
Mrs. Goorgo Aloxnndor and dau
Kilter, Miss Lavlnla spoilt Thursday
n tho country with Mra. Jijmps Ale
andor and family.
J. W. Plrtlo rocolved word tho
luttor part of tho week that his son
in-law, Mr. John Dugglns, who was
recently seriously injured wbllo at
work for tho Moso Land Milling com
pany, was much worse
W. C. Fisher of Marshall wan horo
Tuesday on business,
,McA. C. A, Jones and children of
Orand Pass, who havo been visiting
Mra. Jas, Jones of tho country have
returned t,o' tholr homo.
Mr. nnd Mrs Percy Gillespie bavo
roturnod to their homo nftor a short
visit with tho former's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. Qlllospla.
Mr. Wheolor Hltchoy roturnod
Saturday from a visit with relatives
in Qrlonta, Okla. Ills slstor, Mrs
Earnest Joffroas and her husband uc
companled him homo and will visit
vyllh their relatives in the country
uear hero.
Mr, J. I). Sawyor, a painter who
formerly lived hare, was in this vicin
ity tho first of the week.
Dr. I I. Shuck, P. M, Saudldge and
Lewis Putry drove, to Marshall Tlmrs
day morning In tho Jirmor'3 car.
Mlsi Tutt Mst, is uttcnd'.uc
Synodical cello. u nt Fiilim rnmo In
Thursday for a V,:Ao visit with her
mother, Mrs. II. T. Barnes. '"
Miss hols Mnrr of Rldgo Prairie
was tho guest of Miss Tutt hist Fri
day nlgbt.
(Mrs. J. D. Smith nnd son, J, I) Jr.
were chopping la Iloonvlllo Friday.
Mr. Joo Duunuvant lias been ut
work ou tlio lawn nrojnd J. MMfak-
or's ho u bo thin week. Hu took down
tho front fenco and mado tlio eoncrnl
appearance much better.
Mrs. Conovcr and daughter of
Peculiar, arrived, (8nturday morning
for n visit with lira. I,. M. Noisoti and
family.
Mr. L. Fowler of tho country was
transacting business hero Saturday.
AltltOW ItOCK.
J. II. Sawyer arrived Monday on
thn mall hack for a visit with friends.
Ills Ilettlo Cooper and Mrs. Pink
.McCart of Cooper wcro shopping In
town' Monday.
Tho new plank walk recently tint
down by Gibson Scott Is very much
appreciate by thoao In tho west end.
W. It. Palmer of Hlachwatcr was
here tho first of tho wculc arranging
'.clcphono lines nnd putting In now
shoncs.
.11 m Marshall and wlfo of near
ntnckwntcr woro dinner gnosis Moti
lity nt Inu homo of W. II. Kdwnrds.
Mien ltoxlo Pearson, who had hern
visiting relatives In Cooper sUipped
off for a fow duys visit hurii with her
numerous friends boforo going on to
her homo at Llttlo Hock.
lien Duvall nnd faintly of Cooper
woro visitors Tuesday nt tho homo of
Irn Wnck?ly.
Henry Kllcrn and wifo from north
of town wero trading Monday with
our merchants.
J. P. Wpbh mndo a business trip to
Kansas City Inst week.
A. M. Hall of lloouvlllo wns smll
Ing on his frlouds herw WcdnoHilny.
Claudo Wei In ami Karl Martin
Aero transacting business tho first of
thu week in ICnitsnn City.
W. "'. Lawlw..i of Cooper was nm
lV.z l!io crowd in town Tuesday after
noon.
Thn voire of tho frog In ngnln heard
abroad In tho luud.
Mr. Ooodo and wlfo of WooIdridgK
arn guoslu nt tho homo of K, B. Stono
(Ins (Irlos nnd wife of thn conutry
wero town vlsltont Wednesday.
l 1, l.ViiMlnt. .if him. UliMi.li.1
ford wus a guest lnut- w'K,tttXilho
homes of R. U. lleutlcy and Dr. Mc
Gulro.
L. A. Wllinnrtlt nnd son, Frank of
Cooper vwo transacting- busluesn
horo Thursday afturnoou. .
Karl lllnnkcly and wifo vf Utirdcn,
Kansas, arrived tho first of laot week
and will make an extended tIkII here
with relatives. They nro now at' tho
homu of Irn 'Hlukcly.
Genu VnhAraddll uud family of
nenr Naiiton wero visiting Friday nt
tliu homo of "Mrs. W. II. Diggs.
Henry Morris and wlfo und son of
Iloonvllln wero visitors Inst week at
homo of his parents, Mr. und Mrs. T
11. Morris.
Will Knmmcyer and wlfo front
west of town wcro among the shop
pers hero Saturday.
Tho steam boat, Seott, passed down
tho rlvor Sunday morning from Kan
pan City. It stopped at our wharf to
put off soino goods for Claudo Wells,
Jrssa Klurhloii and family, Ti. J.
ICaterman and family of. Cooper woro
town vlsltora Saturday afternoon.
This section was visited with a
heavy down pour of rain Saturday
afternoon and night.
June K. King and son, Joseph re
turned from the Short dlorn live
stcck salo ThursRuy ovenrng and at
tended tho Mmionlc reception, where,
they expected to moot tholr wives.
Tho rnln however, l.opt tho ladles at
home, so tho men spent tho night, or
tho lialanco of it, nt tho homo of F,
Q, Ilnrnhlll, nnd returned to their
country homo Friday motrnlng.
HWKKT HPHINCfl.
Tlifc Indies of tho Methodist church
missionary society nro Holding n
lunch today In tho building formorly
occupied by tho Now York Store.
Thoy nro offering fried chicken, beqf
loaf, sandwiches, coffee, plo and caku
all for twenty-flvo cents.
Messrs Wayuo and F. C. Hayman
of this county bolong to tho Alumni
of tho Mechlgan University nnd wore
Invited to attend a grand banquet at
Am Arbor ou tho 4th or April. The
two gentlemon are still undecided as
to whether thoy will attond or not.
Mr. J. L. Goggin celebrated his
seventy-third birthday on Monday
tho 22nd, Mrs, Goggin surprised
hln by inviting a few ot his old frl
ends to tako dinner with him.
Mrs. J. II. McGuIro beautifully en
tertained a largo nutnbor of her fri
ends on Thursday the 36th with a
",4a" party. Tho wouthor looked
very threatening, but' nobody stayed
homo and wo wore fully ropald for
our walk by having a vary good tlmo
Indeed. Tho house was beautifully
decorated with rod and white carna
tions nnd an olcgmt lunch was serv
ed. It couuuwncaU to rain cry hard
about C o'clock, but tlio ladles nil
managed to got to their liomt-s s.ifo
and sound, though noma of thorn
wero not very dry.
Tlte burnrng of tho Gem theatre
on Thursday morning was very tin-
furtunnto for the young man who was
running tho picture show, for though
tho building was fully Insured Mr.
Shacffcr, tho owner of tho picture
bIiow, was not, and hla nil was luve.it
cd In It. Tho generous people of
Swcot Springs have an usual come
tiohly to his assistance.
Mr. C. W. Williams nml fnmllv.
lolng residents of Sweet Sprlngn will
romovi)' to Wnrrcn&burg In thu near
future.
Thu C. K. Smith Stores Company
held, on Friday nnd Saturday of this
Week, their annual Implement de
monstration lit tho bsRcmuut of tli"lr
buildings on Milter Mrcet. Experts
from tho vnrlousi factories nro hrre
demonstrating tho dltfnrcnl Imi la
ments. Mr. Smith nervcti frea luinh
at all hours during tho two days.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Morrison v. ho
havo been here several weeks with
Mr. aud Mrs. T. C. Hood, loft on
Tuesday for their homo In Montana.
itov. Xenoplioii Hylnnd of Itlxglns-
vllle will preacli nt tin Presbyterian
church ou Sutidny the HIMli. I!uv, J.
Vj. Wylle, tho pitstor of tho rliur h.
goes to southwest Missouri for n
homo mission tour. Ho will bu at
t'orsythu and at thu rchoul of the
)znr);s for about two weeln;.
Mra. Forrter, n former resident of
Sweet Springs luft ou Thuraday lor
Canada, whero sho will spend tin1
summer.
Mr. nnd Mra. H. F. Orenr and Mr,
John Orenr of Kansas City spent sev
eral days recently visiting the family
of 'Mrs. Snrnh Owens.
Mlsti Mnry I). Wilson ts tho guest
for a few duyr, of the fiimlly of her
grandfather, Mr. T. 0. Merry on l.o-
runt street.
Mrs. Gcorxu Winston spent n part
of thu week visiting relatives mid
fi Inula In Scdalia.
Miss Myrtle Smith iipent Tliuriidity
shopping In Sodnlla.
Tliu rnttngn prayer meeting was
held on Friday nfternoon nt the lionu
of MIssch Anglo and Odlo Horry ou
Locust strcot. Thirty odd ladles
wero present.
Hov. G. K. Shniiklln spent several
days In Kansas City visiting thn fam
lly of Mr. J, It. Allen ami other
friends.
Mra. W. ('. Hall and Miss Mattle
Hall lire both uulto 111 with grippe
at their homu on Dklsy ttlreot.
Mr. und Mrs. A. L. Foushca of Str
oud, Oklnhoiua, wero hero this week
'visiting (Mr. nndilrs.-C. 10. Ferguson
on Miller tftrnet. . .
Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Ilaya went to
Kansas City early In tho week for u
low nays stay.
Tho deacons of thu Presbyterian
church, who had thu "every member
cnnvnss" In hand completed tlirlr
work thin week nnd gave In their re
port to an officers meeting ou Friday
night.
Miss Ula KcavU returned to Soda-
llu tho latter part of the week to re
sume her position as stenographer In
Dr. Cnnnady'H office.
A Inrgo number of lloustonln
people worn In Swt nt Springs on Gat
tinlny attending tho Smith Stores
Company's demonstration of farming
Rheumatic
Twinges
yield Immediately to Sloan's lin
iment. It relieves selling and
swollen patts Initantly. Rcducss
Inflammation nndqulctithatagon
Ulng pain. Dont rub It pen,
trates.
SLOANS
LINIMENT
Kills Pairi
rites quick relief from 'chest and
throat affections. Have you tried
Sloan's? Hera's what others sayi
KUt Inm RhMunattun
Mr tnokhtr has u4 ne (Oc. bolttt
at Skin's Unlrotnt, and althoufh she
GwJ tor CM uj Croup
A liuu bo nest door hid croup, t
ntt th motdtr SImii's Unimtnt to
by. Mi rsTn him Mine dross oa eoser
before (oitv to bed, end he set ud with-
Neurelsla Gob
Soen'e liniment is the bret m edi
ct ee In ike world. Ithss rillsved nie
of rtenrtltts.. Tboee pelns have all (rno
and I can tni.rrsef your (Jelncet.dld
tojithe.ira. t U. l)U.r.3X.
At all Dealer. rVUe Me., 66c.eVtl.tO
Shaw's' Inainsctlse Booklet ea
Hen semi frae.
M. UM. S. SIMI, he, M5T9N, HAS.
B ffe .sj Tfr
THU I'AHCKL POST.
Postmaster Heipli of St, Louis Arrang
ing to llriatf Producer nnd Con
wniiiors in Touch With Knch Other.
Postmaster Colin M. Sclph of Saint
Itils, Mo., has renotvod Instructloni
from Postmastcr-Qoncral Hurlcs to
proparo and organize his offlco so ns
to bo an intermediary between tho
produce farmer, dairyman and poul
trymnn, and tho consumer living In
Saint Louis.
Lists will bo printed containing tho
names of nil fnrmcra In Missouri,
Illinois, Jown, Arkansas nnd Okla
homa who wish to ship rggs, butter
und general produce to consumers in
Saint Louis via pnrccl post service.
riicso lists will bo distributed by
fetter carriers to patrons of tho Saint
Louis post offlco or supplied to con
sumers In Saint Louis on application.
Postmaster Selph has sent out a ro-
ticst to farmers, dairymen and
poitltrymcn of "Missouri, Illinois, Iowa
Arkamms nnd Oklahoma to 'send In
their naiiiM and addrosses nnd tho
kind of produce handled, also whe
ther thoy handle butler, eggs, gener
al produce, fruits, etc. Postmaster-
General Iliirleson Is very much In
terested In this now scheme to bring
tho producer nnd 'consumer together
by direct salo of delivery through
parrel post nnd has Instructed Post
master Sclph to uso every tiosslhlo
mcnu'j to obtain thu information from
I ho fnriucrii in relation to what thev
irrow und proMuco and to give thu
plan tho widest publicity.
Those who deslra to havo tholr
names Included In tho produce lists
should scud same to Postmaster Snlph
at once. Ho will publish not luter
than tho sixth of April, a bslletln for
distribution nnd thereafter will pub
lish sumo souil-monlhly, totitnlnlnit
lull Information.
Consumers In Saint Louis who do
sire Huts should mnku application
now.
Fiti:cuLi:s
Now Is the Time lo Get Hid of These
t'f.ly HjioIn
Thero'u no longer tho slightest
need of feeling nshuined of your
freckles, ns thu proscription othlne
double strength is guurnntccd to ro
move ttu-su homely spots.
Simply get nn ounco of othlno
doublo htnmgtli from any druggist
uud nnply a llttlo ot It night aud
inornlirind you uhould soon sea that
even thu worst freckles havo begun to
disappear, wlillu thu lighter ones
havo vanished entirely. It Is ueldom
that mora than an ounco is needed to
comttlrtcly-clfYir the skin and galu u
lfomitlful clear eomplrxlon.
Ho suro to ask for the doublo str
ength ptlilue as this l wild under
t'.ucrantoo of nioiiey bauk, If It fulls to
rumovo freckles,. (1-?&2I 5.-IR)
, Adv.
The (,'trntcst of The.so.
I'ulth, liopo and charity aro thrro
(treat blessings of thu world, and thn
crcatost of these, to our mind, Is
faith. No noble deed was ever done,
no lofty Ideal was over reuchod, no
hln.li nnteriirlso was ever carried to ful
fllhuont without faith; no (treat city
ever grow without It, no Krcut dream
ever catno trito without It, no creut
llfo wan over lived without It. Kiilth
In our frlcuda and loved ones, faith
lu tho world us a whole and faith In
(tod nro nil that mnku llfo worth
whllu lu this world or the next.
And yet tliero nro snmo of us who
cultivate cynicism aud suspicion.
What iiroflteth It. O yo of llttlo fulth?
UlgitluHvlllo Juffersonlun,
"lloohter Day Juno Oth"
Now thnt "lion Day" Is past, tho
next IiIk day In tho poultry world will
Jio "Kooster Day", which will bo ob-
f.orved on Saturday, Juno cth. "Swat
tho Iloostor" will bo tho sIokuu on
Ilcostur Day. Tho rooster Is tho dir
ect cause ot u loss, to Missouri farm
era and poultry raisers alone, of fully
threo million dollars every summer,
n loss that could be provuntoil hy tho
simple expedient of KettliiR rid of
tho ndult mala birds ns toon ns the
hntchliiK season Is ovor. It la tho
fortllo ess that spoils lu hot weather.
An Inferttlo crk will keep for wcoks,
even when subjected to a high tern
pernturo for wcoks at u time. A gen
eral observnnco of "Iloostor Day"
throughout thn atnto will mako Mis
souri ogs sought nftcr In tho fancy
egg markets of thn world, and will
add millions to tho incumo of our
poultry ralsors.
A TKXAH WOXDKK
Tho Toxas Wonder euros kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolve grav
el, cures dlnbotos, weak and lama
backs, rheumatism nnd all Irregulari
ties of tho kidneys and bladder In
both men aud women. Kcgulatea
bladder troubles In children. If not
sold hy your druggist will be sent by
mall on rerolpt of $1.00, One small
bottle two months' troatment and
seldom falls to perfect a euro. Sond
for Missouri testimonials. Dr. K. W.
Hall, 3026 Olive street, St. Louis,
Mo, Sold by druggists. adv-tf
Hot flashes dirslness, fainting spells, headache, bearing-down II
feeling nnd III of n klndrjd nature nro nature's danger signal. II
The femolo disturbance or irregularity back of theso calls for help, U
rlvQuld havo immeillate caim and attention. Otherwise tho delicato II
femato cqnatltuticn coon brcako down.
tnr mnrn itnn 4t) r.n his been
sands of women y -sr atur J car throuclmu t lu long IlfA
This wondrfnl!y fneeesifnl rcmrdy Isipir'a ntrnflh tn tho cntlro system
psrtieulsriy lolh8 0.'cr.s.idislIrxUy fmlrili r. Kcrvc itrc refreshed. The "stele",
overworked Lutjn!:it.i womin, tiu tun-down houo-v:f, sr.il the weary csra-wom
mothcrof n family nil will rnin strrngtRTrMti this fsr.fotl prr.vripttcn wbleu
40 yoars bus demonstrateu Its eItlTcn: .n liquid or tablet farm.
Soup bt nrAaonnaTv ranstciwES.
Writ Dr. K. V. Htren't SprlHm t tin lnallft' Hettl
Corrttpoadjne $ttjrtl Confidential and no chart:
Dr. Pleraej'e Floasant PaMrits rejpiJ-ite nsd Inrlgoratc etomaofa, Itrar
nnd bowels. Sugar-ooatod tiny grnqvlps eni7 to tako as Candy
Miller The Cleaner.
To make money is to save money and the
way to save money is to have your clothing
cleaned, pressed and
place.
A Special Inducement
As a special inducement to the people of.
Marshall and Saline county we will make aj
25 per cent Discount on every suit brought
brought to us (with this advertisement) between now.
and April 15th.
Wo pay postnyc on all work sent us by parcel pos
Phone 83. I. L. MILLER, The Cleaner,
First Door West of Marshall Laundry, Marshall, Mo'
A Kaiinin City School.
IninKluo n public school whore tho
children become so Interested lu their
work that they forncl to start homo
nt tho regular closing hour, whoro
vacations are few and whero absen
tees nro unknown. Huch n school U
tho Yeniter school nt Kansas City It
U raid,.' At thlJ school tlio, mornlnp
bourn nro used lor tho regular nctidc
mtc work. In tho afternoon tho chil
dren tako u almost any lino of voca
tional study they desire. Tho girl
laku millinery Mondays and Tues
days, cooklnc Wednesdays nnd sew
liiK Thursdays and Fridays. About
twenty of tho boys between tho uses
or 13 and 1.' are bulldlni; u complete
mlulsturo u room cottage as part of
their education. A cotnploto set of
fttrnlturo will ho mndo for tho hottso
nnd the Klrls will mako curtains and
draperlos for tho Interior. Tho school
board intends to Install the system in
every school In the city. Tho itlrls ut
tho Vendor have mado their own lints
for Hotter. It's school whero tho
elildreu do real things In their class.
llanner Advance
Ilemcmber right Is always rlitht
uud wrens Is always wtoiik. Henry
t'abln.
FOR THE GRIP
Peruna It Sometimes Used With
Good Results
A rreat many
people use Tcru
n. for tho grip.
Somo use It as
soon as tho crip
begins, taking; It
during the acute
stage ot the dts
ease, claiming'
for It great otlt
oacy In shorten
ing tho disease,
nnd especially
l m K a n am
iSS.'rilS.A
rs. Jan Gift tho atter gtaiICgt
Marty peoplo take It after they havo
had tho grip. Their convalescence Is
slow. They liavo suffered along for a
month or two, without any signs ot
completo recovery. Then they resort
to Peruna as a tonic, with splendid
results.
Mrs. Jano Gift, It. F. D. 1, Athens.
Ohio, whose portrait nppcars above,
writes: "I think X would havo. been
dwul long ago if it hud not been fur
I'crunn. Six ysars ago I had la gr'lpvu
very bad. Tho doetor cams to soo
me every iay, but I gradually grew
worse I told my husbund I thought
I would surwly dlo if I did not gee
relief soon.
"One day I picked up the news
paper and accidentally found n, testi
monial of a woman who had been
cured of jrrlp by I'eruno. 1 told my
husband I wanted to try It. lie went
directly to the drug store- and got a
bottla ot l'eruna. I could sea the Im
provement hi n. very short tlmo ana
was soon ablo to do my work. I con
tinued using- it until I wo entirely
cured."
Mr. Victor ratneaudc. 3ZS Madison '
St., Topelia, Kas., writes: "Twelvo
years ago I had a severe ut tacit of la
grippe- and I nover rsnlly recovered
my, health nnd dtrcngth, but grew
weaker every year, until I was unablo
to work.
"Two years ago I began using Pa
rana and it built up my strength so
that In cv couple of months I was ablo
to go to work again. This winter I
had another attack of la grippe, but
Peruna soon drovo It out of my sys
tem. My wife and X consider It a
household rcmady." i
Thosa who objsot to liquid msd.
clnss can now obtain Parana TabUta.
i -1
sii
mi-
Icnillne Its h;r!Ci rcstcrtns aid to thou
repaired at the right
ADMINISTUATMX XOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that lottcrs
of administration on tho estato of
Ucorgu J. Cliristman, deceased, wera
granted to tho undersigned, on tho
"th dny of Mnrch, 1914, by tho Pro
bata Court of Sallnu county, Missouri.
All porxons having claims against
sr.li estato nro required to exhibit
them to me for allowance, within six
months after tho dato of said lottcrs,
or they may bo precluded from any
betiultt of such estate; and It such
claims bo not exhibited within ono
year from the duto ot tho last inser
tion of the publication ot this notice
thoy shall bo forover barred.
B.MILIB CIIIIIST-MAN, Admx.
First Insertion, Mnrch 13, 11)14.
Fourth Insertion, April 3, 1914.
A dressmnkor may not bo able to
wrlto her own name and still bo an
expert at figures.
I'OMC KYSTK.M Sl!.
IOIO-KcKt Klhi WCtli tn,(H)0 Gallon
Water Tank on Top. Totul llel
Ithtli Ktl I'oet.
If you aru thinking of building a
silo why not build n ro-enforccd con
croto. They s)ro not built of pieces
and thoy can not go to nieces, A
coaeretu silo will keep ensllago por
foctly, will stand forever, and will not
burn, blow down or rot, uo painting,
no adjusting hoops; cheapest of all in
tho end. Wo uso heavy steel doors,
svul shnpo, which uro absolutely air
light. Wo build concruto chute if de
sired. Wo havo built about 50 silos
In Jackson county, would like to re
foro you to any of them.
For further Information wtlto O, M.
CiAJJIr. Independence, Mo. Hell

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