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v ' 25 ounces tor 25 centa lrfi The original 25 ounce HUj can. Others have copied the can, but K C quality j " has never been equaled ipj-J at any price. J J Leaps 40 Feet to Save Girl. From the Waahlngr on Herald. Richmond, Va .Mlss Rba Haley, 15 years old, leaped from (he UaiT Chester end i.f Main ttreet brilu;e the other afternoon Into the James river, la an attempt to commit suicide. The girl wa rescued by Carl Black well, 19 years oil, who dived from the bridge, a dit-tsnce of forty foet. He sustained the girl In hU arms un ill asalstanc reached them. Benjamin F. Verner, a witness, leaped Into a boat and harried to the rescue, arriving just la time to relieve the" exhausted man. The girl was crossing the bridge with her 7-year old sister, when she suddenly turned, and, without warn ing, ran to the side of the bridge and look the leap. Blackwell followed her a moment later, being attracted by the cries of the younger sister. CLE. Haley, father of the girl, stat ed that she had only recently recov ered from a severe attack of typhoid fever. It is believed that the disease had Impaired her mind The water Into which the girl sprang was only six feet In depth Both of her legs were broken below the knee la the jamp. DeWUt'e Carbollzed Witch Haiel Salve is healing and soothing. Good - lor piles. Sold by Frank Clay, drug gist. Insanity to be Thaw's Plea. New York, Not. 4. Insanity is to be the plea la the defense of Harry Kendall Thaw, whose second trial for the slaying of Stanford White will begin on December 2 next. Mar tin W. Littleton, It Is learned, has decided on this coarse. He' Is con vinced that Thaw Is insane. This decision was reached after a consultation of the lawyers, In which Mrs. William Thaw, the mother, par tlclpated. Harry Thaw, who hat beeu looking forward to the coming trial with great Impatience, was not told of the decision of his counsel and he does not yet know that his .alleged Insanity will be the plea. Bunth liaHiriilYoa Haw Always Bmifiti 7 Whisky Poured in the Gutter. Salina. Kan., Nov. 4 One hun- AraA and anmntflfln CA8B8 of beer. sixty gallons oi wniery anaaiarge ouantitv of wine and gin were de- BVIVJVU J . J ' -' Hills. The whisky was emptied into the Hitter In front of the city had, and the other liquids were destroyed at the city damp. The goods were taken In raids on joints. : v A . Boston weak and sickly His arms were soft and flabby." He didn't, have a strong muscle in his entire body. :A '7- ''The phytidsa who had attended 'the' family for, thirty years prescribed Scoffs Emttuion. Cy O would think he war apprenticed to a ; Cc U )'.Uacks3iih.4 - '.X ALL DRU00I8TSI jaquesmfcco. Chicago Broadway's Newest Cocktail, "Affinity " From th New York American. 'Tb Affinity" Is the name of the newect cocktail on Broadway. This is the way they make It along the Great White Way: One taepoouful of powdered sug ar, one dash of orange bitters, one jigger of Scotch whisky, one halt Jig ger of Italian vermouth. Stir in cracked Ice until thoroughly blended and coolt-d, then dilnk, then- Well, then the pianola sounds as good as the symphony orchestra. The second one convinces you that trust companies and savings banks are solvent and yoa want to put your money back. If you take three It seems like summer, otherwise you'd buy your wife or the affinity a new fur coat. Then Its time to stop. It moved the poet to the following: In 1U gllste&lnf depth li th light of her ejes. In 1U tute U her honey kiss. There's vtotor'i crown for the men who trlei To build me Another like thlt. If yoa put another bright red cherry In the last one yoa will feel like a Belmont as yoa ride home In Subway. 'i'OX'tlA. Bun the Bignatar of 1 In Kind Yon Haw Mways Bough; Vast Wealth of the Nation. Washington, Nov. 4 The aggre gate wealth piled op In the United States treasury amounts so the vast earn of 1,728 million dollars, accord Ink the monthly treasury statement, 0.' this great treasure, 1,225 millions are gold and silver, represented In circulation by certificates. The gov ernment has 220 millions deposited in the national banks with bonds as collate rat, 127 cotillons of cash In the general fund, and 150 millions of gold held as a reserve to secare -the outstanding greenbacks, or demand notes. The Interest bearing debt Is 85S million dollars. .Kodol is offered on a guaranteed nlan for the relief of heart burn. flatulence, sonr stomach, btlchlng of gas.'j nausea, and all stomach trou bles. It digests what yoa eat. It will make yoa healthy. Sold by Clays drugstore. Kansas Bank Robbers Foiled. Great Bend, Kan., Nov. 4 An at tempt was made to rob the bank at Pawnee Rock, ten miles west of here, br using dynamite. The robbers! were scared away before they secured j any money The safe was partly wrecked and the froni of the building was blown oat. schoolboy was tall, ana yoa 60b, AND 91XXK ( y- 9 NEW RACE FOUND IN ALASKA WILDS. The Simplelife Skins of Birds Furnish Clothes and Vice is Unknown. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 4. Dr. George B. Gordon, curator of the aeologlcal department, who has re- j turned after aeix rsonths expedition through the wildest' regions of the far northwest, announces the dis covery of a new race living along the Koskokwlm river la Alaska1. Dr. Gordon brings back a strange tale of this new race, which had never before sean a white man, and which differs from all other tribes of Alas kan Lidlans. Dr. Gordon heard rumors of the rice In 1003, and after Innumerable hardships he reached the territory In which the aborigiues live la Adaruic simplicity. They are culled by the Eskimos "Kuekwagamutes." and how strong trace of Mongolian an cestry. Crime aad vice Is utterly un known among them and their rellg Ion is natural pantheism. They know absolutely nothing of corruption and degeneracy with which the whites have infected the Athabascan Indians and Eskimos. Dr. Gorbon lived for several months among them. - "Though they are dying out," Dr. Gordon said, ''they are strong and clean physically and Intelligent. They have retained the most ancient characterletlcs of dress and speech In clothing, Instead of wearing furs, they tew skins of birds Into robes, using the breasts of loon and various species of ducks which abound In the river." of their clothing, utensils, arms, etc., Dr. Gordon gathered collections, and when they arrive he and other ethnologists will try to discover whether the tribe is of Asiatic origin or whether It migrated from Lower California. This new tribe Is the only one in Alaska which makes pottery, Dr Gordon says. All the others are basket weavers. Dr. Gordon believes the race to be of ancient Asiatic or! gin, gradually driven by Athabascan Indians and Eskimos to Its present quarters, which Is a natural fortress. They represent, perhaps, the most ancient dwellers of Alaska, who made their way there from AhIq. They are monogamists and no such thing as vice is known among them. They are permitted by their priests to have more than one wife, bat never do so. They have no laws at all, bat are governed by patrl archs. They are tall, and the women are graceful aod beautiful. "There are only 400 of them left, said Dr. Gordon. "It Is to be-hoped (or their sake that they die out be fore the white traders get to them Then they can die as cleanly and happily as they live." Dr. Gordon and his helper traveled down the Koskokwim 1,500 miles in a small sloop. When they reached Behrlng sea they sailed for Nome, were caught in equinoctial gales, and were adrift three weeks. Pr Gor don was forced to throw his provis ions overboard to save bis specimens He landed at Nome nearly dead with hunger and exposure. The Postmaster of Gasconade, Mo., Daniel A. Bangh says, "I cannot say too much tor your Kidney and clad- der Pills I feel like a new man " De- Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are ouiu uj vji .uBS,. Joplin Doctors Charged With Postal Violation Joplin, Mo., Nov. 4 Charged with violation of the postal regulations, Dr. M. H. Evans was bound over to the Federal Grand Jury by United States Commissioner E F. Keyton, the bond being fixed at f 5,000. City Physician F. E. Rohan Is prosecuting witness in the case. A postal card to which Dr? Rohan took' exception was sent to him. Dr. Evans admits that he wrote the card, bat that he did not mall It. ; Bryan Dinner Arrangements. ' Washington', Nov. 4. The dinner I to be given to WllEam .Jennings Bryan In this city November 261s to be. made s political:' occasion of I national Democratic , Importance. Mr. Bryan has signified his intention of making the banquet S? tnsans of announcing himself as to best Dem- ocratlo Interests st this tlm and probably, he will say that If his friends decide that he shonld. do to, t win. accept, another nomination I forth presidency. ' . Real Estate Transfers. ' W1RR1NTY DEEL8 W D Hannah to J F Hern 68 A sec 112 Charlotte $1700. Flora Kelley to F RAllenlOOA see 30 Dr Creek $65750. CbasALoring to Wallace Herrell lot 11 blk 22 Rich HtH f 110. Claude M Marshall to L J HJcks pt lots 1 2 3 & 4 blk '45 Sperrys Ad R Hill pt lots 1 4 blk 52 Sperrys Add R 11111 1400. JCF Young to M 8 Young 1 A sec 16 Deep Water f 30 Mary Shull to John A Spurgeon lot9blk34Rckvlle$175. Mary Shull to JoUii A bpurgeon lots 10 & 11 blk 34 Rxkvllle f 175 B S Wilson to Staats lots 3 4 blk 7 Rea Ad Hume 2 A sec 10 How ard 1200. Geo W Jackson to J W Henderson 23 A etc 2 Rorkville f 1000. ! A M Clark to E E Black 10 A sec2'J Summit 14300 O VSuter to Ellas Orear pt blk 102 Foster $400. E E Black to A M Clark 40 A sec 29 Summit 1300. Q C Miller to C A James pt lot 2 blk 1 Harpers Sub Butler f 1000. C A James to A 8 Millhoru 40 A sec 18 Summit f 2900. John B Freeman to A L Freeman lot 4 blk 0 Williams Add Butler 1250. E S Brown to J V Knight lots 190 191 A 192 Adrian 900. John Sparks to J W blauset pt lot 11 blk 53 Rich Hill $100. John II Long to J W Baker lot 8 blkv8 Sperrys Ad R Hill $100. T Balgum to C L Ashbaugh 20 A sec 28 East Boone $850. L M Griffith to Mary E Rupard lots 4 5 & 6 blk 30 R Hill $1000. H G Cook to American Clothing House pt lot 1 blk 2 Butler $2000. C U Welch to John T Taylor und lnt 74 A sec 21 & 28 N Home $1110. A C Nichols to A Ztfahleu 24 A sec 29 Hudson $895. A C Nichols to John A Ford 27 A. sac 20 Hudson $1000. HC Mills to R A Rhodes lot 5 blk 81 Foster $300. J V Dlckerson to G C Miller tract sec 23 Mt Pleasant $1800. J C Measling to M Ryan pt lot 4 blk 2 Harpers Sub Butler $400. I J Conklin to R R Hamilton lotsG to 19 blk 17 Amoret$300. Saml Sanders to Joseph Bucklln tract sec 1 Walnut $3900 QUIT CLAIM DEEDS. J O McMullln to G G Garten 20 A sec 5 Hudson $1. G G Garten to A B Cummings et al 20 A sec 5 Hudson $1. W R Beall to J K Martin tract sec 29 Osage $1. A Hard Debt to Pay. 'I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off, writes u. S. Clark, of Weetfleld. Iowa, "for my rescue from death, by Vr. King s New Discovery. Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent, when I commenced taking New Discovery. The ominous dry, hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used, ana two more Dot' ties made a complete cure." Noth ing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs, colds and all throat and man comolalnts. (iuaranteed ty , T. Clay's drug store. 50c and$1.00 Trial bottle free. Severs Storm in Galveston. Galvestom, Tex., Nov 4. A north west storm of short duration, with a heavy rata passed over the city at an early hoar Thursday. The wind attained a velocity of 72 miles an hour for two minutes.' One woman was killed by being crushed in a falling house. About 20 frame nouses were blown down, it is estimated that 20 people were In jured in the western part of the city where the wind was severe. Several business bouses were un roofed and the stock of goods (were slightly damaged by water. The Maldory line wharf shed was dam aged to the extent of several thous ands of dollars. A few cars in the railroad yards were blown off the track by the wind. , The Gulf remained normal. There was no interruption in traffic. Dallas, Tex., Nov. Telephone, tele- graph and trolley wires were down in southern Texas as a result of the severe windstorm thai passed over that section of the state. : At Houstan and Beaumont the wind did much damage to wires. Outhouses were unroofed, bat no one la reported Injured, . . v " - Appeadldtis Is dae In s targe measure to abase of the bowels, by employing drastic purgatives. To avoid all danger, ose only Dr. King's New Life .Pills, the safe, gentle cleansers and lnvlgo rators. Guaranteed to cure head ache blUoasness, malaria and jaon- dlce, at Uiays drag store, aoc One Hal will convince . you thai Sloans Lminveivt will relieve soreness end. stiffness quicker end easier than cny other preparation sold for that purpose. If penetrates to the bone, fluickens the blood, drives away fatigue and gives strength cna eiasnary ro me muscies. Thousands use Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, conrractea muscies. swi joints, cuts, bruises, burns, cramp nr rrr r.nri in.rrt Arinr . A PRICE 25 t.50.t 1-00 Dr.Earl S Slocn.Doslon.Mos5.U5 A A 1,300-Mile Horseback Ride. Memphis, Tenn , Nov. 4 Trivel stained and brown from exposure, but hale aud hearty, Oito Wagner rode Into Memphis after doing 1 300 miles on hrreebuck, accomplishing the feat in tidy two days of continu ed traveling. Mr Wagner s'artud from his home lu Battle Cnk, Mich., August 29, and of the Intervening time ttfty-tw.) days wen ppf'nt In the saddle, the nuaccuunted for days be ing npeiit in cities along the route. Mr. Wagner, who is only 21 yars old, will remain hi Memphis lor Home days the gui Ht of tiMids. It he re turn t Battle Crtek, he declares he will adopt the same mode of travt.l. The same good rclUbleanJ sutn dlgestauts like Kodol for dyspepsia Kodol Is the t)"t remwiy known to day for heart burn, belctilng and all troubles arising from a disordered digestion. It Is pleasant to take and fiords relief promptly. Sold by Clay's drugstore. Wm. J. ATKINSON. (Successor to Q. B. Hlcknika.) Undertaking, Embalming and Funeral Director. Gives prompt attention to all bus! ness entrusted to him. Graduate oi St. Louis School of Embalming. Agent for White Bronze Monuments. Offlce'Phone 35. Residence ' Phone a68. THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coufhi and assists In Th Re CloTer Bloe torn and tbe sxpeiung boias irom in ys tarn by gently moving in bowsis. A canai n relil (or croup ana whoodinf-eouzh. Honey Be 1 on over bottle. Hearty aU other ougn cure art aonitloatlng. atmdall those eontalnlnffOoiatesr Kanneoir uxauva Honn A Tar mom the bowels, contain Bo opiate. KENNEDY'S nnfehrtfefhtmsj LAXATIVE tlOfJEYiETAR J" it TBI LAMMUTOBT Of I. a DeWITT OO.. OHIOAQO. U. . A. Clay's drug store north side square. TAMFR'S fit STBBMaa w BUCKEYE 'CURES NOTHING BUT PIUS, A 8URI and CERTAIN CORE 1 known for 15 ?"r9 th 1 I BEST REMEDY for PILES. , SOLD BT ALL DnTCwlSTli. mini mEilBSOV It ID. 03., BT. LOUIS. Wa" leif" PIT- Gen City Businoss College QUnCY.IU. Aanml aiMilam W. SS taMk m, StAu rtoM weritv f wet uwarinuami siw.no fitoiailr oniKB4 eliai.ii Good Position awail w iradi.ln. Thnoash eamai la Shorthaad, TypwrrtiB. n..HLtMni.. Atnai muMMM num. 1 m m- llal UtuAime OttrM tul itkmm FREE. MaUiewaMce. WMt m oar mim- it. U MUUtUUUI, ITMintM. Cm City tmhm s Co)le. Qaiwcy, IB. n f xrjrm Mir. u I ' irfrft " ) I? toothache li V? Black Hand Slays Avenger. New York, X v. 4 IWnusi he falld to i-arry out an errand i f ven- i gear c', itn UreitinltM, n n.-'inivr oi the Bhvk Uiind Society, wiw stab bed to d"nth by member of lis own band I'll Knoll tret, Brooklyn. A dynamite bomb was f.inad Becret rd beneaih Gr hialdi's coot, which, the police say, would have blown op an entire block hud it exploded A loaded revolver wns foutid In his pocket. Papers found Oil the dead man proved tlmt Ureliittldi was a member of ihe llliu'k Hand aud had started to dytmmite a mau's home who had refused to pay tribute to the society. Detectives sny ihut members of the Black 11 md followed Greicaldl on hs iuIhhI.iu and when he balked at his task tbey killed hirn. A stiletto lay near the boly. Thre were nine stab wounds in the body. The Missouri Paciflc Time Table at Butler Station. COBBKCTEOTIMKTABLK. IODTB OUD. o !0 Joplin ft Sotithwost mall 4 Kx ft 05 m No iTK.C A Joplin mail Kiprnsi 12:86 p Dj So.iOdK.O ft Joplin mill ft Kxpreu B BOpm Ho. Local frelubt , U:Usni HotVBIOOMD. Ro. Kanaai City and St . Lonlt Ex. 5:2fi m No. 8 Kanaaa City mall and Gxiiresa 1:15 pm No. 21U Kaneae City limited mall iu;u p id LOCAL FBtlQUT So. 892 Local rrelirni 11:58 am MO. ii Kansas City aiock 6:80 pm INTERSTATE DIVISION. WEST BOUND. 40. Ml Local freight and Pa mixed 8:00 an 1AST HOCKD. io. 242 Local freight and Pas mixed arB: 00 pa r. M. Ci'uuT, Agent JOHN F. HERREL & SON Make a Speciality of Farm Insurance and Real Estate Office in court house, BUTLER.MO. DR- . M. CHR1SH. Diseases of women and Children Specialty Office The Over Butler Cash Depart ment Store, Butler, Mo. Ome Telephone 20. House Telephoned DR. E. N, CHASTAIN. r Btjtleb, - Mo. Once over Bennett-Wheeler Her. Co. Residence High Street. Offloe Phone 21S. Residence Phone 196. DR. H. M. CANNON, Dentist, f BUTLER, MISSOURI. WILL BE IN ! ADRIAN EVERY FRIDAY, I prepared to do all kinds of den I tal work. B. F.JETER, Attorney at Law and Justice, Offloe erer H. H. Klohol. East side square, Butler, Mo. DR. J. T. HULL ' ; DENTIST. ntrama. same thatlead to Haredorn's Madlo, north aid sqnar. Bntler, Mo. T. C. BOULWARE, Physician and Surgeon. Offloe North 81de Square, Butler, Mo. Diseases of women and children a specialty.