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iSSfliiplMllltsiii If 1 -1 'v. J ! i ' f. ;vV. it.!" At DEACONS' ' WAGNER" Solid Cast Pure Aluminum Kitchen Forever. Beautiful and Practical Just received in this splendid ware, tea kettles, coffee pots, rice boilers, tea pots, coffee percolator, baking dishes, stew pans, preserving kettles, skillets, griddles, lemon juice extractors, la dles, basting spoons, tea and table spoons. Tea spoons at 40c. and table spoons at 75c, a set of 6. These are better than any silver-plated goods; will not tarnish, no plate to come off. See my Aluminum dippers at 25c. You can let them stand in the water all the time. Collapsible drinking cups at 10c to 25c. South Side Square Auto Registrations of Bates County for 1912. Correct to June 8, 1912. 13072-73 Allen, C A 13806 Arfman, F ' 15688 Arnold, T W 4526 Allen, J F 18764 Anderson, Jos A 17347 Amyx, J S 18362 Anel, J D 17588 Booth, H M 4527 Baker, V A . 15649 Baker, C Z 17589 Bell, W R , 16365 Bricker, J N 18155 Ball, Hy 17689 Blocher, J & C 18080 Boulware, T C 14100 Card, W O 12376 Coleman, Chas 12834 Christy, J M 4069 Crowell, F H 13211 Curtis, H L 11906 Charters, W H, Jr 12927 Church, Geo 5848 Cannon, II M 11797 Cannon, W W 17649 Clay, F T 17688 Clinkenbeard, II L 12940 Detwiler, E 4182 tiuvall, W F 12519 fJeflliinjr, Peter 5210 Drennan, Arlie 15686 Delamater, G A 17650 Delamater, Geo A 17651 Delamater, Geo A & Son 18670 Duvall, Mrs W F 18207 Dake, Wm H 12396 Eggleson, O 13078 Enos, F A 11247 Evans, J W 11769 Foster, T W 11778 Fisher, J L 15926 ' Fleming, T L 17527 Fuhrman, Nelle 4188 Gough, H C 12397' Gilkeson, J E 12487 Gench, J W & M F 16078 Gench, Carl 17844 Gench, F L 13219 Howell, G W 13682 Hennen, F 4592 Hall, Amos H 4327 Holloway, H H 18366 Harshaw, H H 12326 Harper, F S 17074 Hart, Ira W 17201 Hackler, F 16038 Herrell, G L 17762 Harrison, Jas W 17463 Hall, Jesse 13497 Isley, JF 16039 Irwin Bros 5137 Jenkins, J R 11761 Jewett Bros , 13449 Kiltz, Peter 13092 Lacy, G L 13468 Lane, Percy K WM Aits You) Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head aobea, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, heart-burn," belchinf of gas, acid rising! in throat after eating, stomach gnw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at timet and kindred symptoms ? If you have any considerable number of the shore symptoms you are suffering; from bilious ness, torpid lirer with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is most efficient fiver invif orator stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strcngtncner. Tha "Rolden Medical Diseovenr" is not a Detent medicine or secret i full list of its ingredients being printed on its bottle-wrapper and alias ted . under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or haras : ful habit-forming drugs. Jt is a fluid extract made with pure, triple Mined jdyccrine, of proper strength, from the roots of satire American msmcnl, forest plants. World ' Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Butalo, W. T. & JC Pill Wagner" Cast Aluminum ware BUTLER, MO. 12805 Long, Wm H 16883 Lockwood, Thos F 17744 Lawson, Geo A 17945 Legg, T W 13990 Marriott, W F 12327 Midkiff &Co 4550 Mitzler, A G 13162 Montgomery, R N 15772 Mathers, F N 17845 Meyer, Jas S 11787 Newlon, JS 11747 Owen, M V 12893 Pearce, O I) 13510 Potehin, W H 17424 Pontius, W G 12880 Queen, S L 13091 Radford, L S 12153 Reist, D B 18408 Richardson, Dr L W 12673 Rexroad, C L 5870 Rube, WW ! 4843 Rexroad, W L i 15927 Reinheimer, Mrs M ; 17526 Ray, Jno 1 17525 Rhoades, HA 17464 Risk & Horn i 17846 Reavis, O D ! 12818 Smith, J M ! 12769 Smith, E D 12216 Short, C D 16079 Stith, Lee 1 17359 Smith, J C ! 4298 Trimble, J A . 1 17990 Tyler, Ray 1 13293 Van Hall, G A 11849 Wyatt, HS 12506 Wright, P K 12523 . Watson, J B 15687 Wimsatt, J C 15770-71 Walton, Mrs C 15769 Walton, J B 16170 Whitney, Elmer 17360 Wyatt, E H & G B 18081 Welton, H O 11282 Zey, Edward G Licensed Dealers in Bates County. 30 318 240 McFarland & Sons, Butler Henry, W. W, Butler Norfleet & Ream, Butler Bryan Intimates Path is Not That of T. R. Denver, Col., June 9. Juvenile Judge Ben B. Lindsey has gone to Oyster Bay to confer with Col. Roose velt regarding the memorial to the Republican National Convention, passed at a recent progressive Re publican convention here, which elected a protesting delegation. He met William J. Bryan here yes terday. "I have been following both you and Col. Roosevelt for many years," he said to the Nebraskan. "Well," replied Mr. Bryan, "if you keep it up much longer you are sure to become cross-eyed. ' ' n Some Poultry Experiments. Observation on the growth of chicks of different breeds kept under similar conditions at the Pennsylvania Experiment Station were made during the Summer of 1906 and again in 1907. A comparison of wet and dry mash was made at the same time. The mash used in 1906 was fixed in the following proportion: Fifty pounds of corn meal, fifteen pounds of gluten feed, seven and . one-half pounds of alfalfa meal, twenty-five pounds of wheat bran, five pounds of oil meal and thirteen pounds of animal meal. In 1907 the mixture was as follows: Twenty pounds of corn meal, twenty- five pounds of ground oats, ten pounds of ground buckwheat, ten pounds of eround millet seed, ten pounds of ground barley, and fifteen pounds of ground kaffir corn. At the close of each feeding test typical animal of the different breeds were slaughtered to determine loss in j urtsbiug, uruwiug, eu;. i : j : 4. Incubation test were also made. All eggs were weighed and chicks were weighed as soon as hatched. A test to force moulting was made in 1907. The conclusion drawn from these experiment are published herewith: 1. Large breeds in general eat more than small ones during the grow ing period. 2. Early hatched chicks grow fast er than late hatched ones. April 1 seems to be a desirable time for hatch ing in this latitude, 3. The amount of feed required to produce a pound of gain increases as the chicks approach maturity. 4. Between the ages of six and thirteen weeks, there were required i from four to four and three-quarters ' pounds of feed to produce a pound of ; gain. Between the age of thirteen and twenty-six weeks, there were ' requires from four and three-quarters I to five and three-quarters pounds of feed to produce a pound of gain, j 5. Chicks forced when young do not make so rapid a growth, as they approach maturity, as those fed a more moderate ration. 6. Chicks weighing less than one pound seem to grow faster on a wet mash; those weighing a pound and a half or more do best on dry feed. 7. The loss among chicks on wet mash was much greater than among those on dry feed, even when weigh ing less than one pound each. S. The slaughter tests indicate that the American breeds dress out better than either the Mediterranean or Asiatic breeds, and that in general pullets dress out better than cock erals. When rather small, weighing less than three and a half pounds live weight, the cockeral of the Medi terranean and Asiatic breeds seem to dress out better than the pullets. 9. Forced moulting seemed to first depress, then increase slightly, egg production, but the net results at the end of three months were against forced moulting. 10. Eggs set about April 1 seemed to produce the highest per cent of chicks. 11. The eggs of different breeds in order of their weight were as fol lows: Black Minorco, Light Brahma, Barred Rock, White Leghorn, White Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red, White Crested Polish, Buff Cochin. A great deal may depend upon the strain, as it is known that some hens of any breeds normally lay larger eggs than others of the same breed. 12. The weight of chicks when hatched does not seem to be in direct proportion to weight of eggs. The Nebraska Fasmer. Could Shout For Joy. "I want to thank you from the bot tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va.., "for the wond erful double benefit I got from Elec trec Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, iaudice, and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no equal. Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents at F. T. Clay. Lorimer Vote July 6. Washington D. C, June 8. The Senate will vote on the question of unseating Senator Lorimer of Illinois July 6. This date was agreed upou at a conference late to-day, at which the views of both the pro-Lot imer and anti-Lorimer Senators were voiced. The agreement, however, was .with the understanding that in the event of the adjournment of Congress earlier than July 8, the voting time would be advanced so that the case would be finally disposed of at this session of Congress. . ' Guaranteed to be Water Proof. A. H. Culver Furniture Co. ' '' Butler, Mo. Dear Sir: We are in receipt of yonrs of May 25th, and we note your remarks relating to the guarantee of of the American Vault, and we has ten to reply thereto. You can at all times guarantee the American Vault to be water proof, and everything else that is claimed for it. Among the claimed you will find the different points brought out distinctly in our catalogue, as the American in manufactured on the plan "Not how cheap, but how good." There is one point that makes the American vault water proof, and that is mat tne directions that accompany each vault in a tag attached to the vault, and also a copy of which is sent with each invoice to dealers, wherein we ask that when the vault is being used that it be sealed thoroughly, that is that the center screw or bolt be reversed to the left 10 or 12 times. If this is done, you never need to be afraid of the American. It is true to its name, and all that is necessary is that the instructions are followed. Thanking you for the query, your past favors, and wishing you contin ued success we are, Yours very truly, The American Steel Grave Vault Co. 33-3t F. Unckrich, Pres. and Mgr. Ships Ordered to Havana Race War. Washington, D. C, June 9. The Navy Department, acting under in structions from the State Department, to-night, ordered Admiral Osterhaus to proceed from Key West to Havana, with one dispatch ship and one other ship. These orders were issued by the State Department after the receipt of a dispatch from Minister Beaupre, reporting conditions in Havana and suburbs had assumed the character of a race war. It is probable Admirable Osterhaus besides the dispatch ship, will take his flagship, the Washington, into Cuban waters. Minister Beaupre's message said conditions in and around Havana had been menacing since Friday night, and that last night there were anti negro demonstrations of large pro portions, by irresponsible elements, and that there were clashes in every quarter of Havana and vicinity. "He reported the negroes were be goaded into violence and that retalia tion might have disastrous conse quences. Americans and foreigners, and many Cubans, he said, were very apprehensive and desired the sending of an American war vessels.' The State Department has decided to leave entirely to Rear Admiral Usher, commanding the fourth divis ion of the Atlantic fleet, the disposi tion of the American marines who are to be employed as guards for foreign-owned properties in Eastern Cuba. That officer to-day communicated to the State Department through the Navy Department an abstract of the reports he had received from the na val and marine officers scattered throughout the Orient, and told just where each detachment of marines had been stationed. You make no mnsB with PUT NAM FADELESS DYES, as they do not stain the bands or Epot the kettle. H. K. Thaw Sues for Release. Matteawan, N. Y., June 8. "I on ly want a ticket one way. Hope I will not need the return part, said Harry K. Thaw to-day, . when he started to White Plains, where his attorneys are about to make another effort to free him from confinement here in the State Hospital for Crimi nal Insane. Pursuant to la Supreme Court or der, Thaw's resieence during the trial of his suit will' be the White Plains jail. - He seemed in excellent spirits this morning. One of the hospital attendants ac companied him. , ' Drives Off a Terror. The chief executioner of death in the winter and spring; months is pneumo nia. Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack by one of these maladies no time should be lost in tak ing the best medicine obtainable, to drive it off. Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Dis covery. "My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times, writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsonville, Vt, "and for cough, calds and croup we have never found its equaL" Guar anteed for all bronchial affections. Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at F. T. Clay, v - v We IvflaEse ohm? (LDwmi Pirnces Gallon Karo Syrup -35c Gallon Karo Syrup, white -50c Millet Seed Just bought a good lot. While it lasts, bu $1.50 Gallon apples '. ' 25c Gallon peeled peaches.. ....50c Gallon pie peaches 35c Can kraut No. 3. ... .3 for 25c Mary Jane sorghum, gallon .50c Cream Wheat.. 2 for 25c GOLDEN RIO COFFEE, lb 25c 3-fib can sweet potatoes 2 for 25c Butter beans 3 lbs 25c Large 3 crown raisins 3 lbs 25c Large prunes, lb 10c 2-lb can string beans .3 for 25c Bartlett pears, 3-lb size, only 15c Queen Gage plums, 3-lb size 15c Pie peaches, 3-lb size 10c Durham tobacco 6 packages 25c Duke's Mixture 6 packages 25c Velvet tobacco, 10c size ".3 packages 25c Lucky Strike tobacco, 10c size 3 packages 25c Prince Albert tobacco, 10c size 3 packages 25c Dixie Kid tobacco, 10c size 3 packages 25c Union Leader, 10c size 3 packages 25c Union Leader, 1-ft size, regular 50c; our price.. 45c YOURS, fcfleettlteain The Only Independent Grocery, W hite Front Phones, 144 and West Side Square SPEND Your Vacation at PBRTLB SPRINGS (Near Warrensburg, Mo.) 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