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r .... I . ,n;- VOL. XXVII. BUTLER, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1905. NO. 33 I1ST FHEK10I f PE-RU-NA OraSffiS CHILDREH i When Sickness Comes to Little Ones U Is the Mother Who Chiefly Suffers. 8be suffers ren mors than the child Who happens to b sick. Hsr sympathy U deeper than that of My other member of the family. The mothers look forward with dread ts the torrid heat of summer, thinking mt tbstr children and the many liabilities to dleeaee that are before them. Spring and uormer are stirs to bring Umeau, especially among the little tola. 1 1 doe not take a mother rery long to dUoorer that rerun ie the beet friend he has in tlmea of illnetii among the eUldrsn. The doctors may come and go with their different theories and constant hangs of remedies. . The doctor of years ago gave entirely different remedies thau he duos today. Each year find some cbauge In his prescriptions and In the drugs lis relies A Multitude of Mothers Bare discovered that Pur una Is tbs stand-by, sod that In all lue ailments S)f spring and summer to wbloh the sbUdreo are subjected, Peruna Is the remedy that will most quickly relieve. Whether It Is spring fever or stomach derangement, whether It 1m tudlgestlon Of bowel disease, a catarrhal congestion ml the mucous curiae Is the caue. Peruna quickly relieves tbl condition of the mucous membrane. Its opera tion is prompt, the children do Dot die- like to take tlia medlclue, It has no dele terious effects In any part of the body. It simple removes the cause of the disagreeable symptoms and restores the health. Parana Is not a phy sin. Pernna Is not Bervtneoor a nr:tio. Peruna does ot produce any drug habit, however long II may be taken. Peruna Is not a Mmnlant. Fsruns Is a spectrin remedy for all catarrhal ailments of winter and sum aVer, sentvoi chroniu. The mother all over the United States sjre the best friends that Peruua has. The Mothers Bold Pe-ru-na in High Esteem, Hot only because it has cured tbem of their various ailments, but because It always rescue the children from the throw and grasp of catarrhal diseases. We nave in our files bushels of testi monials from mothers whose children bate been cured by Peruna. However, the large majority of mothers who use Pernna, we never bear f rojn. But we do bear from a great number Of mothers who are so overjoyed at some special good they have received from Peruna that they cannot restrain their enthusiasm. Tbey are anxious to nan these Unetlta with other mothers. W. J. PARLEIR. Doing a General S Vwrt Pruivrua ) Cora, Bay, Chop Feed, Poultry Food, etc. ; Candles and Cigars. FOSTER, - - HO. 34-6m Woman Chokes Mad Bulldog to Death. Baltimore, Md , June 24 Mrs. Tlotet Ferrele" of Far. Wetzel coun ty, W. Vs., reachftd Baltimore yes terday to take the Pasteur coarse at the city hospital as a result of a strangle with a rabid bttlldost, daring which, she choked the animal to death. The feat was all the more remark- i "bl M tbaworaarr- 1b quite fratl; weighing but 115 pounds. She had attempted to drive the dog off when it attacked some chick ens, and the animal sprang upon her and sank its teeth into her leg, Grarolnsr the doar by the throat she eqoeesed nntil iV became llmp, she then threw-the animals body from her. The woman then fainted. Upon jf JJMUUiiaklUU WCM 1UUUU DUQI u ., dog was dead. As the dog was T plainly rabid, the woman came here for treatment to prevent hydropho- Tt3 Shoulders and Head Burned Pltjtobarg, Kan.. Jane 26 -Will-lam B. 8cott, a well-known lumber man, who lives at 112 West Park, wae fearfully burned abont the head and she-aiders by a sap of carbolic acid thrown by an unidentified man. The victim Is expected to recover. . ;.: OAOTOHIA. Bssnflhi : A 1 Hm IswiyiBoisM i " thel 5C3 TrZ rafte)55 nrxs. milk' ;mmmsmiS The Benefit Which the Children of the United BUtee Have Received Prom Pe-ru-na Can NeTer Be Put Into Words. The chronic ailments It has prevented, the suffering It has mitigated, will never be fully recordod. But at least this muob can be said that the coming generation owes a great debt to Peruna, for It Is In the tender years of youth that slight ailments are liable to develop Into lasting; disease, thus blasting the whole career of the individual. The mothers who are bringing up their children to-day to believe In Peruna are doing a great work for humanity. These children brought np to believe in Peruna from the start, will, when they become heads of families them selves, use Peruna with unquestioning faith. Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire Household. As soon as the value of Pernna Is appreciated by every household, both as a preventive and cure, tens of thoussnds of lives will be saved, and hundreds of thousands of chronic, lingering cases of catarrh will be prevented. CLAIM FRAUD IN INDIAN WARRANTS. Allege Government and Others Swindled Out of Over $100,000. Ardmore, I. T., June 24 What is alleged to be the most gigantic fraud since the Creek Nation warrant steal has just been brought to light in the Chlckasha Nation. Developments so far indicate that the government and others have been swindled out of over 100,0OO, and it Is believed the aggregate will exceed these figures. Those accused of complicity in the swindle have been summoned before the grand jury. The information is given out here that thousands of dollars of warrants, which have been paid by the government, are again in circulation. About (60,000 of these warrants are said to be held by one St. Louis firm, the name of which is not divulged. ' A Joplin (Mo.) bank holds $0,000 of these warrants, and other war rants are missing, which can not be accounted for. . - Inspector J. E. Jenkins was recent ly sent to Ardmore to Investigate the case and shortly after his arrival here summonses were issued for several men prominent In affairs of the Chickasaw nation and govern ment officials. Before the opening ol the last' ses sion of congress, Secretary Hitchcock called on the officials of Chickasaw for an estimate of the amount of money doe on out standing school warrants. Indian ; Inspector J. George Wright requested a statement In behalf of the department .and, ac cording to his report, these warrants Mrs. Thresa Booke, S58 N.Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111., Treasurer Ladles' of the Maccabees, writes t "In our home Peruna Is the only medicine we Lave. Grandmother, mother, father and child, all have used Peruna. It la our great remedy for catarrh of the stomach and head, colds, and female complaints of which it has cured me. "We find It of great value when my husband becomes worn out or catches cold. A couple of doses cure him. "It the baby hat colic, oranyttomach disorder, a dose or two cures her. consider Peruna tlner than any doctor's medicine that I have ever Med. audi know that as loot as we have It la the house, we will all be able to keep In good health. ''Thresa Rqoke. No Doctor Requited. Mr. Edward Otto, 027 De Soto street, St. Paul, Minn., writes: ... "I cannot say enough for Peruna. It has done great work fn my family, es pecially for my oldest boy. We had doctored with three or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him any good. "We gave np hopes of core, and so did they, but we pulled him through on Peruna. "We had several doctors anal they said they could do no mora lor bint so w tried Peruna as a last resort, and that did the work. Since then we keep It In the bouse all the time, and bo doctor la required." "Edward Otto. amounted to $3.'13,000. Congress passed an act authorizing the pay ment of this amount through the In spector. Indian Agent 8choenfelt was directed by the Indian inspector to pay the warrants, and the first payments wei e made to the Joplin bnk. An inveatigatlon revealed the fact that these warrants had pre vjojialv hffn paid, but-not canceled, and were again put in circulation as were others. A full investigation of the case Is to be made, and startling revelations are expected. Has Stood The Test 25 Years. The old, original GROVE'S Tante less chill tonic. You know what you are taking. It is iron and buinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c Begin Fight on the lid." " St. Joseph, Mo., June 24 The Ministerial Alliance and the- Wo man's Christian Temperance Union of this city have taken up the fight against the saloon keepers about the proposition of keeping the lid down on 8unday. To offset the petition of the dram shop keepers, which contains about 10,000 names, and which will be pre sented to the governor some time next month a memorial wiU be ad dressed to the chief executive asking that he continue in hie efforts to close every saloon in the state on Sunday. This will be signed by several thousand persons, before It Is submitted. Greatly In Demand Nothing Is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern re Suirements for blood and system eaneer, each as Dr. King's New Life Pills. Tney are just what you need to care stomach and liver troubles. Try them. . At Frank T. Clay's drag store, 25c, guaranteed. Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One rcaon why Peruna has found per manent u. in so many homes i that it contains no narcotic of any kind. Pe runa is perfectly harmloKn. It can be used any length of timo without acquir ing a drug habit. Peruna docs not pro duce temporary results. It is permanent in its effect. It has no bad effect upon the system, and gradually eliminates catarrh by re moving the cause of catarrh. Thore are a multitude of homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years. Such a thins could not be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a nar ootio nature. SALMON'S BUNK CLOSED; STATE TAKES CHARGE. Deposits Over $725,000. Was Regarded a Gibraltar. ! Clinton, Mo., June 24 -The bank-' ing house of Salmon & Salmon, of this city, whluh bus been open for al-' moet a half century, and which 1ms ' ben the largest and most successful I financial institution in this section of ; Missouri, was closed, it having bean ; voluntarily turned over to Secretary of State Swanger by the Messrs. Sal mon. T The news came like a clap of thun der to the people of this city and county and caused the most intense excitement among its thousands of depositors, who looked upon Salmon & Salmon as a financial Gibraltar. Crowds gathered on the streets all day, and nothing else has been talked about but the failure. The bank was closed by Mr. Swan ger, because It is alleged to be in an insolvent condition. Its doors were refused in St. Louis, and recent in vestigation had shown that.it was heavily Involved. It has only been permitted to do business by the de partment for some days, because of the assurance that some of the per sonal assets Of the owners were to be turnedj nth leash. This it was found impose, ile to do, and It was volun tarily s rrendered. Ma. ' . W. Salmon and his broth er, Dr., . YSalmon, conveyed to Bank caminersCook all their real and per onal property for the benefit of credl ors of the bank. Mr. Cook Mr. 0. II. Farmer, New Martinsville, 1 W. Vs., writes: "Our lllile son, Harry, is well and healthy now and we think if we do as you directed us, he will keep his health and grow strong, "We know that our little son's lite was saved by yourwonderful medicine, Peruna, and we shall always praise Peruna and use It In our lamlly when needed. "Should we have any more catarrhal trouble in our family, we shall always write to you for treatment." i. II. Farmer. Mr. Howard Andrew Sterner, Muddy Creek, Pa., writes: "I have Peruna in my houne all the time and won't be without it. It is good for children when they take a cold or croup. It cured my baby boy of croup. "I have introduced Peruna Into six families since I received your lat letter, and four have seen relict already." Howard Andrew Sterner. has been appointed special agent temporarily in charge of the bank until the appointment of a receiver, which will be done by Circuit Judge Denton through the office of Attor ney General Hartley. To Cure the "Lazy Worm." Washington, June 21 According to a report received by the surgeon poneral of the army from CapUin B. K. Ashford, assistant surgeon and head of the Porto Iticans living la the vicinity of Aibonitn, near the center of the island, are atllictd with the "lazy worm." Headquarters and a U;ld hospital hare been established by the com mission at Aibonlto and an appro priation of t.15.000 will be expended in the eradication of the disease ac cording to the rnetho Is so succea s fully applied by Captain Ashford last year. His record then wa9 4, 500 cases treated with an appropri ation of $5,000. The Porto Ricans have never understood the disease and believed It incurable. The many cures have aroused the population to great enthusiasm and the afflicted are applying In great numbers for treatment. Missouri Pacific Conductors Discharged. Nevada, Mo. Jane 24. Eight of the oldest Missouri Pacific conductors and engineers on the Kansas City and Joplin division have been dis missed from the service. Railroad officials declined to give a reason for the discharge of these men. Oae or two of the dischirged men were seen, bat say they do not Know why they were discharged and will not know for several days. Pe-ru-na Should He Kept In Every Household Where There Are Children. Peruna should be kept in the honn all the time. Don't wait until the child Is sick, then send to a drug store, llut, have Peruna on hundaceept no tulv tltute. Children are especially liaMe to acuta catarrh. Indeed, mot of the affection! of childhood are catarrh. All for ins of sore throat, quinsy, croup hoarseness, laryngitis, etc., are but dif ferent phases of catarrh. Mrs. Amelia Sailer, Menasha, Wis., writes: "I have used Peruna for a number of year. It cured me of chronic catarrh which 1 suffered with from infancy. "When my throe children were born they all had catarrh, !,ut I have given them Peruna and find it very effective in ridding lliem of this horrible trout lo. I find that it U also good to give tin m a; a tonic and a preventative of colds and colic. "In fact, I consider It a household blessing. I would not know how to raise my children without It. I ant pleased to give It my recommenda tion. "'Amelia Sailer. A ! iress Dr. S. B. Hartman, Trepident of The Hartman Sanitarium, Coluiiv bus, Ohio. All correspondence belli strictly oca Cdential. Kills Young Girl, Ranchman And Then Commits Suicide. Sheridan.Wjo., June 24. AtClear mont, near here, Iavld Green, son of a prominent ranchman, who had been disowned by his family, this afternoon killed Kate Weaver, a 14-year-old girl, with whom ho had been living, and also John Cnllan, a cow boy, of whom he wae jHlous,and after ward committed suicide. About six months ago Green took the girl from her nionie, and since then the two have been leading a roving life. 11 eently the girl became fond of Callan. (ireen warned Callan to let the irirl alone. The warning was not heeded, and the tragedy followed. Green had recently been accused by his father of forging checks, "and was working nt a Hheep shenring camp, although his people are wealthy. Missourian Charged With Bigamy. Beep Water, Mo., June 24.-F. H. Gensheer was arrested here last night on the charge of bigamy pre ferred by alleged Xo. 1, Mrs. Nora Gensher of Kansas City. Gensheer ha, it, i alleged, lived with wife No 2 at Divp Water nince April. He pleaded guilty and is held for final trial. Three Explosion Victims. Monett, Mo , June 24. R. A. Mul loy, the third victim of the gasoline stove explosion in the Mulloy home I here Saturday, died at 11 o'clock to- day. One of hid children died Satur day and iitiothf r Sunday morning. Mrs. CI irk the one remaining member of the family who was burned by the explosion, may recover. sr.-- TV:. . - ' . . . '