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Recent Experiments Prove That Graham Bread Is Not Best. - A - IT jCVtrgetatie Preparaitonfor As similating focFoodandllcguIa ling ttieStomals andBovrcistf Promotes DigestionCrreerfur ness and Rest.Contalns ncillier Opium.Morphiiie norJiuicral. yOTHAllCOTIC. Ai iViriiniia iaTl e tWsfearf ifc4,raJ?inef Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa Tton , Sour Stomach, D iarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK. t.4 EXACT COPY Of WRAPPER. a- J Ayer's Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black? Use Wild;:Beasts Driven Forth. ' Spokane, Wash., Spt. 9. Forest fires are raging violently on the shore of Spirit lake and also near Coeur d'Alene and Rathdrum, all In Koote nai county, Idaho. Wild beast are being driven from the timber. Five bears, ftalng from the flames, were killed near Athol, Idaho. Many sum mer homes, owned by persons who live here, on Spirit lake are threaten ed. Killed by a Tombstcns. New York, Sept. 10.-Yta Baiko witx, 18 years old, was crushed to death by the family monument, a heavy granite shaft, which fell upon her as she was kneeling beside a grave yesterday in Washington cem etery at Oravesend. Investigation led to the belief that the foundation of the monument might have been undermined by the digging of a grave nearby. Two of the grave diggers have been arrested. Baa th fit Kind You Ham Always Bought Bltaator. $50,000 for Berea College Chicago, Sept. 10.-Dr. D. K. Pear eons, this city, who has given at various times large sums of money to various educational institutions yesterday presented Berea college, Berea, Ky., with f 50,000. He pre viously had given f 100,000 to this Institution. His present gift is to pay for the installation of a complete water 'works and sewer system In the college. ' ' Ban tl llw Kind Vol Hawi Always Bought ttfsataia Missouri Taxes the v , . Railroads Highest ; '.Jefferson City, Ma, Sept. lO.-Tbe state board of equalization reports Tuesday that the total valuation of the railroad, bridge, telegraph and telephone companies assessed by the board Is $131,142,152 57, which ex ceeds the valuation of 1903 by f 5, 71? Ofil AJV It ia tha highest in the A v w w j f iV history of railroad assessments and makes the percent oi increase greatly In excess of lands Mseseed locally. The railroads are now assessed high- Mthan in anv other state in the union. -v r ' .' V v'; -: -, . 1 ":; .: V To Cure a Cold in One Day. TaleVLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AU oruggisui rviuuu . mo . .41 It faJla tn rnrA E. W. : rovs'r s'aature is on each box, For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always-Bought Bears the Signature of In USG For Over Thirty Years o) Tut tnmiM wwuii nni twm errv. Keep them In the house. Take one when you feel bil ious or dizzy. They act di rectly on the Hver.i&tf:;?.0;: BUCKINGHAM'S DYE iini cm. ot panusurn oa a. r. uu a co., ashus. k. il Burn Jail; Lynch Negro. Huntsvllle, Ala., Sept. 8.-Unable to secure a negro whom they wanted to lynch by the use of force, a mob of 2,000 persons last night set tire to the jail and smoked out their victim, Horace Maples, a negro, charged with the murder of John Waldrop The fire department, which wanted to put out the blaz-3, was kept away by shots. Maples wtis taken to the court house lAwn and hanged to a tree. Even after the fire was started, the sheriff would not give up the negro. The latter, however, jumped from a window directly into the crowd. The ngro confessed before he was hanged Under instructions from Judge She! by of the federal court, deputy mar snais secured the names ot persons who endangered the lives of the fed' eral prisoners confined In the jail. Prosecutions may follow. Burglars Disfigure A Woman for Life. Chicago, Sept. 8. Burglars entered the home of B. F. Crawford, presl dent of the National Biscuit com' pany, in a fashionable district of Evans ton at 1:30 o'clock this morn ing. While gathering a large pile of booty they were surprised by Miss Mabel Mcpherson, a sister of Mrs. Crawford. One ot the burglars took a bottle of . carbolic acid from his pocket, dashed It into her face and then escaped through a window. The burglars had no time to get the booty. Miss McPherson is disfigured for life and narrowly escaped losing her eyes, fine was removed to the .Evan- Bran hospital, where she is reported to be in a serious condition. The police have no clue to the marauders. Corn 'must have a sufficient supply of in order to develop into a crop. No amount of Phosphoric Acid or Nitrogen can compen sate for a lack of potash in fertilizers' ffor frram onA all B . other crops. . W than (m glad lo aend fre to ujr una our HttU book vhich oonuin vmla. bla laforaatloa abcMtodnltara. ' essifiAN Kali works, c HS Oil Potash CaelaBtaa Reached Series olfiia. aratlT Dlceatloa Trlala AVeU Boltea Floar Foa Sala ta Be the Hom .-k..llUr. Another tradition long prevalent throughout th world and f"""lt hr physlciana tor a century past has been upset. The United Slates department of agriculture- has been conducting ex periments which prove that the gluten and other nutrients In graham bread are less completely digested than the same nutrient ia white bread, the bran and other wheat offals in the graham flour lessening its digestibility. This conclusion has been reached from a se ries ot comparative digestion trials cov ering a period ot six years. A num ber of men in sound health were work lngmen, others were students, men of both sedentary and active bablts being Included In the trials. A teamster, a college athlete, a natu rally lazy fellow, and both corpulent and lean men, were subjects ot experi ment Ia one set ot tests the men were fed for several days upon graham bread and milk. Then white bread was sub stituted for the graham,' and the same number of days the rations consisted of white bread and milk. All of the food consumed was welched ar.d sam ples were analyzed, aa were all of the waste products from the body. The graham and the white flours were milled from the same lot of wheat. The con clusion reached Is briefly stated as fol lows: "Arcordlns to the ihemlcal analysis of graham, entire wheat and standard patent flours milled from the same lot of hard Scotch Fife wheat. the graham flour contained the lilghrst and the patent the lowest percentage of total protein (glutinous matter). "But, according to the results of di gestion experiments with these flours, the proportion of digestible or available protein and available energy in the patent flour were larger than In either the entire wheat or the graham flour. The lower digestibility ot the protein In the graham flours Is' due to the fact that in both of these a considerable por tion of the protein is contained in the coarser particles (bran), and so resists the action ot the digestive Juices and es capes digestion. Thus, while there act ually may be more protein in a given amount of graham or entire wheat flour than In the same weight of patent flour from the same wheat, the body obtains less of the protein and energy from the coarse flour than It does from the fine, because, although the Including of the bran and germ Increases the per centage of protein, it decreases the dt gestlblllty." Those who really enjoy graham bread and find that It agrees with them should continue Its use. The beneficial results arise not from Increased nutrients se cured from the food, but from the me chanical action of the food. pp.o?ectio:j from assassins. Bnllet-Proof Walatrnat Made for President Rooaevelt Inrennr Sara On Maa Offered McKlnlejr. Caslmer Zeglen, a Polish resident of South Bend, Ind., has Invented a bullet proof cloth from which a waistcoat has been made for President Roosevelt The waistcoat is of pure white silk, is pliable, and weighs less than half a pound to the square foot It Is half an inch in thickness, and is worn next the body. The durability of the new inven tion Is unquestioned, as It has been thor oughly tested, members of the oolice de partment having failed to puncture it witn 44-caiiDer leaden bullets. "The secret of the cloth lies In the closeness of the weavlne." said Zeirien "Two weeks before President McKlnley was killed I offered a waistcoat to Mm but Secretary Cortelrou stated that the matter could not be considered until the following month." FLY COSTS CASINO A FORTUNE. Saperatltloni Gamblera at Monte Car. lo PU MoaerAroand Number Thir teen and It Cornea Three Timea. A striking example ot the superstl tion ot gamblers in regard to luck occurred at what is known as the "Suicides' table" at the casino Monte Carlo recently. at A fly alighted on No. 13 after the players had been suffering from a per slstent run ot bad luck. In a moment the middle dozen was liberally backed Then an elderly gambler piled napo leons around 13, the less confident staking their money on transversals .Then the marble spun. The crouDler announced that the winning number was 13. Furthermore, 13 came three times In succession, and the flr cost Xhe casino 5,000. READS CHARACTER BY LAUGH. French Writer Telia Temperament fa Snbject hy the Vowel ( Sonada Emitted. A writer in a French review analyzes the various species of laughter. Ac cording to this ingenious analyslst, mankind laughs according to the sound ot the five vowels, each kind corre spending to a particular moral temper ament . . Frank, hearty folks laugh in a phleg matic chuckle in "E," children and simple souls express their merriment .In "I, the bold and reckless laugh in "O," and the misanthropists. In "V: ' Street Railway la London. ' London has' at present 115 miles of tramways, and a high authority tars it would need 1,000 miles to meet the needs 3 In Addition Huw like ex Check UKe This IV a U-iv Mtuarilarl 1 911 fiftfi flft Cash to Lion CoTee uers In our Great World's Fair Contest HE nfiie AHSraSU eHUjUUUiUU 2i:w people get checks, 2H9 moro will got them in the Preside; a Vo!o Gsnfssf Five Lion-Heads cut from Coffee Packages and a a stamp entitle you (in addition to the regular free premiums) to one vote. The a-cent stamp cov ers our acknowledgment to you i that your estimate is. recorded. You can send as many cstl mates as desired. Grand First Prize of $5,000.00 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World's Fair and Presl dentlal Vote Contests. We alio offer J5.000.00 Special Cath Prizes to Grocers' Clerks. (Particular In aach caia ot Lion CoSee.) How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks? Everybody uses coffee. If you will use LIOX COFFEE lonjr enough to get acquainted with It, you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money. Then you will take no other and that's why we advertise. And we are using our advertising money so that both of us you as well as we will get a benefit. Hence for your Lion MIeadt WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete WOOLSON SPICE CO., OMer of Publication, STATE OF MI SSOURI, Countt or Unti s, $"" In theolrcult rourl ot Bates county, Mlatonrl, In vacation Moy T rm, J!n, 'I ho atatu of Missouri at thii mlatlon and to the use of W T Johnson, px-oltlnlo collector of the ruvenue of Bates county, In the state of Missouri, plaintiff, vs M K Hone, I. IT Honrk, 8F Allen, John B Hunderson, defendants. Civil action for delinquent taxes. Now at this day conies the plaintiff bj her at torney before the circuit court of Bates eonnty In thestrteof Missouri, in vacation and Dies her petition etstlng among other things that the above named delendants M K Houck, L F Houck, John B H nderson are non-resident, of the state of Missouri. V ht-reupon It is ordered by the court that the said defendants be noti fied by publication that pialntlff has commenc ed a suit against them In this court by petition ana arauavu, me oujeui ami general nature of which la to enforce the lien of the state of Missouri for the delinquent taxes of the year I'.Kh!, amounting in the aggregate to Ihssumof 847. 46 together with interest, costs, commissions anil fees, upon the following de scribed tract oi land situated In Bates county, Missouri, to-wit: xeu acre.) northeast quarter of the northeast quarter and the south half of i the northeast quarter and the southeast quar- ' ter of 1)14 northwest quarter and the north half or th southeast quarter ana soutueast quarter of the sontbeastquarterof aection twenty one township thir-nlne, range thirty-twoi (Sixty acres; the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter and west hair of the northwest vus'ter of th. southwest quarter, of.uctlontwenty-two township thtrty-nlua, range thirty-two, and that unless the said defendants b and ap pear at the next term or this court to be begun and holden In the city of Butler, Bates county, Missouri, on the first Monday in October, loot, and on or before the thrd day thereof and plead to said petition according to law the same will be taken aa confessed and jmlgment zendered according to the prayer of said petition and the above described real es tate sold to satisfy the same. And it ia further ordered by the court afore said that copy hereof be published in the But ler weekly Tims, a weekly newspaper printed and published In Bates county, Missouri, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least thirty daya before the Aral day of the next terra of said court. A true copy of the rec ord. Witness my band aa clerk aforesaid with Iszal the seal of aaid court hereunto affixed Done at office In Butler, on this the 16th day ot August, 1U04. J. A. FATTER -ON, 4S-41 ' . Circuit Clerk. By C. M. Barkley, Deputy. Administrator' Notice. Notice Is hereby riven that letter of ada ln LtraUon with will annexed upon tne es tate o Kllza J. Feeback deceased have been grantt to the undersigned by the Batoaeonntv p roost court In Bates Co. Missouri, bearing date the ftthuay of August, 1904. All persons baring claims against aside late, are required to exhibit tbnm to me for allnwano within on Teat from the date of said letters, or thei mar be precluded from anybenaflt ofauoh eatataiand if said olaims be not exhibited within two - years from thedste of th. publication of th" notlne, the will be forever barrel ROSS H. CONARD, 42-it Administrator with will annexed. Administrator's Notice Notice is hereby given that letter of id ministration npon the estate ol (arris Nave, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, by the Bate County frobale Court, in Pate County, Missouri, bearing date the IWtta day of Angurt, IDtS. All persona having claims against taideataw are required to exhibit thuii to us for sllow no within one year from the date of said let tare, or they may be precluded from any bene Slot such estatei andif aald claims be not ex hibited within two year from the date ot the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. JKS8K Sad FOBKHT NAVE. 4i-4t Administrators. Notlos or Final Settlement. Notiee Is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested la the estate or Roselar J Beaty, deceased, thatl, Henry Madd. adminis trator of aaid estate, intend to make Snal set tlement thereof, at the next term of th pro bata aonrt ta Bate county .state of Missouri. ion tha 14th day of November, 1904 . HK5SY JIUDD. . 4j-4t v - Executor. i w xsv-' Ncijx u CASH. GIVEN AWAY !o II U NljJ to the Regular Free ouwum, jlmj- jnn.i ciAMespw. Lion Whft VL'III cent S dlJates Memnw tif 'ciStSila November H. tooi mm prize second etc., as follows: 1 rirst Pike 1 Seoond Prtrs a Prlzi-60O.OO 6 ptU'i aoo.oo 10 Prizes XOO.OO 20 Prizes BO.OO 60 Prize 250 Prizes 1800 Prizes 2139 PXIZE8, 20 OO 10.00 e.oo Detailed Particulars In Every (CONTEST DEP'T.) ZSS5 Order of Publication. fcVMTK O MISSOURI, J County of Batea. "' In the Circuit Court. May term. ino4. M. F. Flanders, plaintiff, va. Elizabeth ilogue et al, defendants Or ter or publlcstlon. Now at this "1st oomes the plaintiff herein by his attorney. Miles s. Horn, and Olis hl peti tion andamdaTit, alleging among other thlnga tbatdefendanu Elizabeth.Hogue, Kate Wolfe, Mrs Thorns V. Psge. Allen Cobb Theressa Mellon, A. D. McNaghton and McNaghton are non-realdeata of the State or Misxourl Whereupon It it ordered by the oonrt that said defendants be notified by publication that plaintiff haaeommenoed a suit sganst them In this court, the object and general nature of which .a to obtain a decree of court declaring that the plaintiff has a valid and siibrlstlng mortgsge and lien for alx hundred dollars and interest from date and that the following real estate, to-wit: The north half of lot five (.') In block three (S) In Williams First addition to the City of Butler. Missouri, Is charged with a Hen and subjeoted to the payment Of said debt an i that said real estate be sold to satisfy said debt. Interest and cost, and that unless the satd Kilzshetb Hogne, Kate Wolfe, Mrs. Thomas V. Psge, Allen Conb.Therene Mellon A. D. McNaghton and McNaghton, be and appear at ibis court, at the next term thereof, to be begun am holden al the court house In the elty or natter, in satn county, on the first Monday In October, Mot, and on or bo lore the first day of said term answer or plead to the petition In Slid cause, the same will be taken at confessed, and Judgment will be rendered accordingly. And It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to Inw, in the tttm.aa Wkkklt Timxs. a newspaper publish ed In said county of Bat-a for four weeks suc cessively, published at le et ouce a week, the last insertion to ue at lea-t tnirty aayt oetore the first day ot said next October term of this court. J. A. FATTER1)!) circuit Clerk. A true copy frum tb. record Wlt szal ae. my hand and the aeal of the circuit coon of Bate county, this the Sih day oi August, 1M4. J. A. FATTKKSON, 4l-4t Circuit CI- rk C. M. Berkley, P C. Sheriff's Sale In Partition. Notice Is hereby given that under and by vir tue of a decree In partition and order of sale made by the circuit et urt or Batea county, Missouri, at the regular May term. l:'4, of said court, In the caseuf Marorila F Tingler and George Franklin Tingler, plaintiffs va. Jacob William Tingler. defendant, and the authority In me vested by aald decree and an order of aale, a certided copy of which was delivered tome on tbe23d day of June, 11)04, I will on Monday, October 3, loot, between the hours of nine o'clock lathe fore noon and five o'clock In the afternoon of that day at the west front door of the court house In the city of Butler, la Betas county, Missouri, sell at publio vendue, to tbehighest bidder, the following described real estate, lying and being altuate in the county of Batea and state of Mia sourl, to-wit: Th. west half of lot three of toe northweal quarter of aection five, and all of lot four, five and six ot the northweal qnarter of aection flvei and the eaat hair of lot alx, north east quarter of aection six, lying eaat of the Missouri Pacific Hallway company's right of way. except a strip tea feet wide off of tie fast Me thereof; also that part of lot aeven In the northeast qnarter or aection alx described aa follows: Beginning ten cbsina south of th northeast corner of said lot seven . thence south tea chaina, thence west ten ebaina, thence In a ill-rot line to place of beginning; all of said land being in township thirty-nine, range thirty-one, In said conniy, ror rash in hand as provided for in said order and decree. JOB T. oMim, 48-4t ' Sheriff of BateaCounty, Mo. Notlos. Nolle I hereby given, that letters of ad ministration npon th estate or Henry W eilmore. deceased, wer granted to th un dersigned oa lb. tilth day of Aug.. Inu4, by the Probate Court of Batea County, Missouri Ail persons having olalme against aald estate are required to axhlbll them so an for allowano ' to th. xecator within oo year after th date of aald letter, or they nay be predudf d from any benefit of aald estate; and If aneh claims be not exhibited wlthla two year from thedste ol the publication of tola notioe thev thai) ha forever barred. A. U GTXVORI rv Users of Frsmiums r r 1 r. ? hrt vfiA Aal fiAmJaai sua van nfv tor Present (vfte4 for all can- combined at the election la 1000 election. 13.9S9.CS3 people voted for President. For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com pany's office, Toledo, O., on or before lovcmlier 5, 10ul, we will give first (or the nearest correct estimate, prise to the next nearest, etc.. 12.600.00 1,000.00 each l.OOO.OO . . . l .000.00 . . . l ,000.00 . . . 1 ,000.00 . . . 1 .OO0.00 ...2.5OO.00 ... 9 ,000.00 TOTAL, t20.OO0.00 Package of ' V TOLEDO, OHIO. Order of Publication. STATK OK MHSOfRI. Comity of bates, ( In vacation Auiinst tt, l'.n, I.nnra Y. Worley, plaintiff, vs. tieorgianna Aruyx, anl C. H. Aniyx defemlans. Order of Publication. Now at this day comet the plaintiff herein by her attorney, VS. O. Jackton, and lllesher peti tion and allldavlt, alleging among other tblnga that defendant C B Aniyx Is a non-resident of the state of Missouri: Whereupon It is ordered by the clerk in vacation that aald defendant be notilled by publication that plaintiff has com menced a suit against him in this court, the object and general natnre of which Is to obtain a decree of thla court vesting the title to the following real estate situate in Bates county, Missouri, to-wit: 1-nts fourteen (14 , fifteen (IS) sixteen (Iny, seventeen (17), eighteen (l), nine teen (111), twenty (20), twenty-one !), in block five (5) In the town of Amsterdam. Hates county Missouri, and that unltae the aaid C. B. Aniyx, be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof to be begun and holden at the court house In the city or llutler, in said county, on the 1st Monday in October, Wo4. and on or be fore the first day of said term, anaweror plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be ren dered accordingly. And it la further ordered, that a copy hereof be publishe I according to law, In the Butlkr WattKLy 'I imks, a newspaper published in said county of Batea for four weeks successively, published at least once a week, the last Inser tion to be at 1- ast thirty days before the first day of next October term of this court J. A. Pattshsok, Circuit Oierk. A true copy from the record. Wit- leal ness my hand, and seal of the circuit court of Batea county, this uth day of AugUSt, 11)01. J. A. I'ATTXK'ON, C. M. Barkley, Deputy, Circuit Clerk. Sheriff's Sale In Partition. Eliza Kllen Gilbert. Sallte J. Hunnlrntt. Ren- jainln T Gilbert. Dora Gilbert, William T. uiioert, uiiiyuiinert,piaiutitrs,vs Esther Gil bert, Killa Gilbert and Kebecca Gilbert, de fendants. In the circuit court of Bate county, Missouri. By virtue (nil authority of a de cree and order of sale made by the Said oonrt, in the above entitled causi. and of a certified copy thereof, dated May 24th, ltM, I will on Monday, October S, Mot, between the hours of nine o'clock In the fore noon, and five o'clock In the afternoon of that day at the west front door of the court house la the elty of Butler, In Batea county, Missouri, sell st nubile vendue, to the highest bidder, tbe following described real estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter of section one and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of aection two'lexcept two acres In tne southwest corner thereof, described ss follows: Beginning at me sumo westerner oi tne sou incest quarter of the southeast quarter ol aection two. town ship forty-one, range twenty-nine, rnnning thence east seventy yards, tnence north one hundred and forty yarda thence west seventy yards, thence south one hundred anil fortr yarda to the place or beginning) also four acre in the southeast corner of the northeast qnar ter of tbe aoutheatt quarter of aection two, this four acres Is in a square form: all afore said land bting In township forty-one. rang twenty-nine, and contaiuing two hundred and two acres. Also tbe fol lowing real estate in th eonnty of Henry and staie of Missouri, to wit: Tbe north seventy-three acres or the west half or the southwest qnsrter or aection six, town ship forty-one. range twent'-elght, in aald county; also the following real estate in the town ot Montrose, in Henry eonnty, Mo.: IMS two, three, four, five, six, s-ven, eight, nine, ten, eleven and twelve In block one, and block two and block three, all in Viora addition to the town of Montrose, Henry eonnty, Missouri, cash in hand as provided for in said order and decree. JOK f. SMITH 43-lt Sherlffof Bates County, Mo. Notiee ol Final Settlement. Notioe I hereby given to all eredltor tad other InterestedlathsaatateofLoulaaJ Bow man, dsceased. that I, Conrad Bowman, administrator, ol tald estate, Intend to make Snal aettlement ol aald estate at the next term of tb Bate county Probate oonrt, la Batea county, state of Missouri, to be held at n . , ui.... Mlk- ink J.. k, w . . M. iaau. II.- t 4 Wlr. ta. , 1V4. w.miau itun jllK. it-it . . AdmlaUtratar. , Of the commnnlty . ; ; , Aamuuetrator. ''.V,