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September Number New Idea
Woman's Magazine. An article on "The Modern Nursery," by Mildred K. Smith, and the fourth number of "Per dim's Problem," by Alice Chit tenden, are t) be features of special interest in the September number of the New Idea Woman's Magazine. These two papers are of instant value to all home makers in their practical sugges tions and helpfulness. Both are p'i"tographieally illustrated. Miss fury's articles on "Physical Cul ture" are letters written out of the sound knowledge of long ex perience in her special lino of work, and may be depended upon ns absolutely reliable in every detail. These articles are illus trated in such a way as to illumi nate the specific directions given in the text. "Fashions in Shirt Waists" and "Novelties in Men's Wear" are feature articles in the fashion department, which is to! I... .-I I l... 1 U. .Ll I'marjjfu iitfiii;eirwiiru Hit? addition of another color plate. From Oriole. r-v y i 1 v j iiiiit it i i i 1 i i CASH GIVEN AWAY to Usors of LUKI OFF In Addition to fho Regular Freo Premiums Health generally good. Aunt Susie McLain and her daughter, Kva Yojng, who has been sick for seveia! weeks, is very low. C Ray, son of W. M. Sams, fell off of a horse Saturday, Aug ust VI, and got his left arm broken near the wrist. It was readily set by Dr. Seibert. Mirk Mi:Lain returned from Oratid Tower, 111., Saturday. He says he expects to stay at home a while. Sarah King went t) Benton las! week, returning Saturday; with her daughters. Lizzie, of Owciiabnrnugh, Ky.; Sadie, of Hloi.mfi'dd ; and Addie, of Men ton. They will stay a few days with their mother and will return to tli 'ir homes. Tin mail carrier, Charles1 ... . . . i llugiu-s, has now his route shorter, Instead of leaving the Jape via f'Jgypt at f a. rn. and arriving at 0 p. ni., he departs for Hainbridge at 10 a. tn. and arrives at 4 p. m. . T:u-re is a rumor of a rural delivery route frohi N'eely's Landing via Leenion and Oriole by lona school house back to Neely's, which probably will dis t'oiitinue the office at Oriole. Tiie people of this community are very much aroused over iiolit.es. None are satisfied with either Roosevelt or Parker and a great many are going to vote the Prohibition ticket. They are very much unsettled. In order to get better posted a grand picnic will be given near Oriole in the beautiful grove of Mrs. Annottie, Young's at which they expect to have speakers on all sides on September 3. Any person de siring to speak that we fail to write b may address Box 28, Oriole, Mo. Thero will bo no gambling or drunkenness al lowed. (lenrge Farrow and Jlattie Kirby wero married August 10 near Neely'a Landing by Ivy McLain. Last quarterly meeting will be held at MeLain's chapel about the 10th of September and basket dinner on the 11th day of Sep tember. Rev. J. M. King is holding a proctractod meeting at the Neely's Landing school house. There have been several hun dred pounds of fish caught out of the back water on Indian creek. Ben Young says when his young folks start down the road toward the creek ho knows what tree he is srointr under and when the large fish jumps up out of the water he politely asks them to come his way toward his hook There have been several large rattle snakes killed around here this season. Lewis Stafford killed one last week with thirteen rattles and a button and Chas. Armstrong killed one with eight rattles and a button. Quite a lot of our citizens are attending the World's fair this month. Scamp. How Would, You Toikdo,o. rw.y -iTlnrtd mi i. Like Check liKe This? Uf( Usual lutarafar! f 9ft flftft ft ft Cash to Z,on Coffee users In our Great World's Fail Contest i inii nnaiaM VVWVivw ZUJ people get checks. 213U more Presidential Vote Contest more will get them in the What will be the total popular vote caat for President (vote for all can didates combined) at the election November 8, 1904 ? In 1000 election. 13,050,653 people voted (or 1'resident. For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com pany's otrice, Toledo, O., on or before November 5, 1904. we will give first prize lor the nearest correct estimate. second prize to the next nearest, etc.. etc., as follows: Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you (In addition to the regular free premiums) to one vote. The a. cent stamp cov ers our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is. recorded. You can send as many esti mates ms desired. Qmi First Prize cf $5,000.00 wilt be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World's Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests. We alio offer IVOno no Special Cain Prltes to f.rocsrs' Cleric, t Particulars in each cat ol Lion Cotfe.) How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks? Everybody uses coffee. If you will use IO V t'OWEK lontr erjoURh to Ret acquainted with it. yon will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money. Tnen you will take no other and that's why we advertise. And we are usinn our advertising money so that both of us you as well us we will get a benefit. Hence tor your Hon Ueatim 1 rtrst Prlte 1 8econd Prize 2 Prise $600.00 each 6 Prises 200.00 lO Prizes 100.00 " 20 Prlzea CO.OO " 60 Prises 20-00 " 250 Prises lO.OO " 1800 Prttes 6.00 " , 2130 PRIZES. TOTAl, $2,600.00 l.OOO.OO 1 ,000.00 1 ,000.00 1 .000.00 l.OOO.OO 1 .000.00 2.600.00 e.ooo.oo $20,000.00 YE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of PRIZE8 LOOK! COFFEE WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEP'T.) TOLEDO, OHIO. C J. TAKE THK IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. St. Loni, Cairo ami all points north awl east. Connection niale in St. Louis ami Cairo with through express trains for Chicago. Cincinnati, Louisville. Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit, Buf falo, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Washing ton ami all principal eastern cities.' 'Pullman BufFet Sleeping Cars to all points. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS TO SAN FRANCISCO. Solid trains to Galveston, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonia and all Texas points. Only route to Hot Springs. Ark. H. C. TOWNSKND, (i. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo. Jackson Branch, Iron Mountain. STATIONS. O'liiirf Smth. Ofilnjr North. An ivps. Jck'in. Oordonviilr. Illtl'lltoWII . All.Tiville Frt-uct. No. HI. :iiiiiiiii i:i:. r.i-arnrr.i Pn!iirr.'Kivlu:lit No. j No. 41. No. oU I'nMirr. No. as. Pn-sno;r No. 40. 1 1 l-J:lo J:liiin II -.lu.'iiii. 2:-t II :('.', 1 li:4( " 1 1 r 1 . ' : :ti ' lit:lo : I :H " l::ti) " 1 :1 ) 4:ikiiii H:44 n::io " :i:10 " No. No. No. Frisco System. TRAINS DKPAKT. Daily for Ste. (renevieve. St. Marvs. ::(( A. M. M. 11 M. Illinois Central Railroad Co. Notice to Stockholders: Public notice is hereby given j that the regular annual meeting i of the Stockholders of the Illinois! Central Railroad company will be held at the company's office in Chieogo, 111., on Wednesday,: October 1904, at 12 o'cUu-k ' noon. I To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be I issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of tho Illinois Central Railroad company, as registered on the books of tho company at the close of business on Tuesday, Septem ber 27, 1SWJ4, who is of full age, a ticket enabling him, or her, to j travel free over the company s lines from the station on the Illi nois Central railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago ami return, such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago and return, such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during tho four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting, and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following, when properly coun tersigned and stamped during business hours that is to say, between 9:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. in the office of assistant secretary, W. G. Bruen, in Chi cago. Such ticket may bo ob tained by any holder of stock, registered as above, on applica tion, in writing, to the president , of the company in Chicago. Hach application must state the full name and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of wtock, to gether with the number and date of such certificate. No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the company. A. (J. IlACKSTAFF, Secretary. Excursion Rates to the World's Fair. August 6, 15, 20, 29, September 3. About a cent a mile each way. Seven day's limit. Tickets good in Coaches and ('hair Cars only. COTTON BEiLT ROUTE. Ask the Ticket Agent or write to E. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. & T. A. ST. LOUIS. MO. FRISCO SYSTEM. , 10UIS, MEMPHIS 4. SOUTHEASTER. ST. 10UIS ft. GULF. TO THE r-.- Louisiana Purchase Exposition Through the Picturesque Mississippi Valley, Skirting the Great Mississippi for One Hundred Miles, Pre senting a Continuous Pano rama of Natural Beauty. SEASON TICKETS . GOOO TO DECEMBER 15 FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU - S6.35 SIXTY DAY TICKETS FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU $5.30 FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU $4.75 For further particulars and descriptive literature, call on nearest agent or address W. R. POWE, General Passenger A?ent, Cape Girardeau, Mo. No. Ill No. lo7 1 No. 211 No. -i:i A. M. P. 1:20 P. No. No. . No. 11 12 No. 112 No. ms No. 212 !14 St. Louis and intermediate points Daily for Ste. (Jenevieve, St Marys, St. Louis and intermediate points 12:15 P, Daily for Memphis, Tenn., Caruth ersville, Sikeston and interme diate points 1 :H" P Daily for Blooinlield, Puxico. Poplar Bluff, Navlor, Pocahontas, Walnut Uidge, Ilo'xie and Delta l:4.r P. M ailv excet it Sundav for Delta, Bloonifield, Taskee and interme diate points 1:HD Daily for Commerce, Benton, Morley, Morehouse, Maiden, Kennett, Leachville 2:10 Daily for Thebes ami Chicago.. TRAINS ARRIVE. Daily from St. Louis, St. Marys and Ste. Genevieve ltl:0( P, Daily from St. Louis, St. Marys and Ste. (tenevieve 1:15 P, Daily from Memphis, Tenn.. Caruth ersville, Sikeston and interme diate points 11:55 A. Daily from Hoxie, Walnut Ridge, Pocahontas, Naylor, Poplar IUuiT, Puxico, Bloomfield and Delta 12:10 P. M. Daily except Sunday from Taskee, Bloomfield. Delta and inter mediate points 5:15 P. M. Daily from Leachville, Kennett, Mai den, Morehouse, Morley, Com merce and Benton 1 1 :.5 A. M. Daily from Chicago and Thebes. . . . .':25 P. M. J. F. NKAL, Ticket Agent. M. M. M. M. M. No W. R. POWK General Passenger Agent Stop That Cough. When a cough, a tidkling or an irritation in the throat makes you feel uncomfortable, take Ballards Ilorehound Syrup. Don't wait until the disease has gone be yond control. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson. .'154 West 5th St., Salt Lake City, Utah, writes: "We think Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup the best medicine for coughs and colds. We have used it for several years; it al ways gives immediate relief, is very pleasant and gives perfect satisfaction." 25c, 50c, $00. Sold by S. K. Woods. For the Kiihiey's. Liver and Slomache Strawberry and Vegetable; Dealers. I The Passenger Department of ! the Illinois Central Railroad Com- ! pany have recently issued a pub- lication known as Circular No. j 12, in which is described the I Bes Territory in this Country ! for the growing of early straw- j berries and early vegetables, j Every dealer in such products , should address a postal card to' the undersigned at Dubuque, Iowa, repuesting a copy of "Cir- j ' J. F. Merry, j Asst. Gen'l Pass'r. Agent.' 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