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SPECIAL CLOAK DAY at BRDENING & KERSTNER DRY GOODS CO. on Thursday, October 12, 11905. Mi 0 h i Jt .iiii i i id jhji'w n .itL j r v i t n l j iiiiit. . m pi - - - . .v. ON THIS DAY we will have with us Mr. Harry Hasfelt, tlie representative of a large- Wholesale Clojik House, who will carry with him a larg ami varied assortment of Ladies' and Children's Wraps and Furs. This will give- all who attend the Cloak Day an opportunity to make their selections from all that is the bent and newest in the Cloak or Fur line this fall and have it delivered to you that day out of the stock earned by Mr. llasfelt. We can make very low prices on the Wraps and Furs sold that day, as we will not be obliged t carry all these in stock, and still lay before you a much larger and better assortment than would otherwise be possible. Don't miss this opportunity to get your Winter Wrap at a Hargain. Respectfully, BRUENING & KERSTNER DRY GOODS CO. Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians sai.l that W. M. Smithart, f IVkin, la., hal incurable consumption, his last hope vanished; but Ir. Kind's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave, lb- hays: "This great specific completely cured me and saved my life. Since then, I have used it for over 10 years, and consider it a marvelous lung ?"1 throat cure." Strictly scientific cure for Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds; mire pre ventive f Pneumonia. Guaran teed, ")( and 81.00 bottles at DK. S. K. WOODS' drug store. Tri al buttle free. From Arbor. i It has heen some time since there was any news from here, so 1 will tell what is going on. J. W. Tidwell's folks are visit ing friends here this week. Willie Cox just got back from a business trip to Marion. Ills. Ii. A. Hilt is shipping his cat tle ami 1 don't know what he will do with his cowboys now. John l-'rank Kces and limner Heck are railroading at I'ascola. Mo. They have made one trip over the road n f t . Tlemas IJedman run over his baby with a wnpm load of pota toes and en me very near killing il; but the doctor thinks it will get well. A I i : 1 1 C". is still buying H lielis. Will. I 'anii l- is io;ie hilfVe-I - to sow wheat. Some few have already begun. The clover is all hulled around here. It is of a good quality but a poor yield to the acre. The new rock depot on the C. I. A S. (J. Hy. at A'est Pocahon tas is ri earing completion. It certainly is a fine structure an ornament for any town. Wm. M. KiesHinger of Cape iirardeau, was at home Sunday on a visit to his parents. County Treasurer .1. G. I'utz was in town last week visiting relatives and friends. Herman Kciningcr, our black smith, went to Jackson Monday on business. Miss Freddie Davis went to Cape Girardeau Monday, to visit her parents. Frank Starrett, our new stock trader, went to St. Louis Sunday, with a big lot of hogs. Arthur Vogel has gone to Neely's banding to do some pa per hanging for Wm. Starrett. K. G. Schoen, our merchant, was attending the common pleas court at the (Jape last week. Maurice Thompson has bought of Mr. J. H. Adams his farm for 81 , UK). Mr. Adams bought the W. F. Schade property for 700. J. U. Adams sold his fine spot ted horse at the Cape, last Friday, for 8125. Our Rural Free Delivery route that runs west and north through Shawneetov.il and New Wells and to New I '.i ihel church, will begin service on Nov. 1.", There arc siv or eight applicants for the iv m a s earlier. ( )ur sell' " 'I ing ei 'I'll. A.. I. Fi goin;; mil A. J. 'o her at tins pla ready for tin they' will be month. U HI, I won thing from Mi at k i ; 11 .-olio 1 1 1 ; i 1 1 II.' i- it. ! lil.- i I ling, say s in. .re lira, wit Prof Cha and M h -i A boy Theo. K; L'L'lld il.st a A. i -I i'ii pencil on the iSili good enrollment. I !an-' .'.v, principal, I larris assisi ant . .1 at the hoi.i.' . .f on Satnrdav, the S. I '. is mm E THEY WELL? Unless they are, good health is Impossible. Every drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered by healthy kidneys every three minutes. Sound kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood, diseased kidneys do not, hence you are sick. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE makes the kidneys well so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. It removes the cause of the many diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which have allowed your whole system to become poisoned. Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Diabetes and Bright's Disease, and many others, are all due to disordered Kidneys. A simple test for Kidney disease is to set aside your urine in a bottle or glass for twenty-four hours. If there is a sediment or a cloudy appearance, it indicates that your kidneys are diseased, and unless something is done they become more and more affected until Bright's Disease or Diabetes develops. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is the only preparation which will positively cure all forms of Kidney and Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is a safe remedy and certain in results. If You are a sufferer, take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once. It will make you well. Some Pronounced Incurable Had Lumbago and Kidney Trouble Mr. G. A. Stlllson. merchant of Tampico, til., writei: "FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is meeting with wonderful surress. It has cured some cases here that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am able to testifv to its merits. My face today is a living picture of health and FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has made it such." Edward Huss, well known business man of Salisbury, Mo., writes: "I wish to say for the benefit of others, that I was a sufferer from lumbago and kidnev trouble, and all the remedies I took gave me no relief. I began to take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUKE, and after the use of three bottles I am cured." , . rA 2, ALi, .!L mmW Two Sizes, 50 Cents and $1.00. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY mm. ALL DRUGGISTS. I -CV. jt' iA. "I "' 11 ! 1 " OUR rs'JTI- Ml MONIAL.fi. : ri ,... ii. i,i Iv 'i i.. Jire; r , :;v,; ,:.;,.::;:; r:,r. i . i .- , .. .., , t 'I .'-.. . DR. J. E. M m : HUME JhfCAThirMT FOH TM'.AlCO A0 ' " tub. mi a. d Ii!-.'' to ii'-n - -n i - . I'll Mil l I i'VP," tho writer In tin- '-l! from this place. I guc.-s In; is v. n and out. (id up, Uncle Sorrt Hop done ii ijim it I ,j il' in describing .lr. (ioodman, 1'iit ho niissid his guess. There lire Ints if public sales around here and i goiid aui'-tidiit'i-r cnuld -t a hti'inly jnl) orying the sales. v ell, as this is my first writing I will conn t h close for fear I will tire the editor. .Ioi.i.Y Jack. From Pocahontas. i' As Brother Carpo may miss Home of the news from this place I will give you Home of the hap penings around here. Health in general is good. Farmers are busy getting ready Sal . i rf; y a ml Sunday we had t-evel'.'il gii'id nIiuWI'I'm of ruin. Mrs. .lolin Slr.i .i'i;:i'i', who was liiii'iicd ho liadly, seems to lie im proving. While lie WM-; eil.lei I ill lfialuii'.:' apple I mtter her elothes caught on fire, she liiuned her hands very liadly in t rying to put out the fire; hill this lieiny; use less she ran around the house three times screaming. Her hus liand, hearing her, came to her assistance when it was too late. The doctor says it is douhtful whether she will recover. Sam Morton while watching tho shooting match .Saturday at Hern Tusehoff's was accidentally shot. Otto (jerharter was trying his gun when it was accidentally discharged, but it was not point- j ed in me direction 01 .morion ana ahout fourteen others that were standing there. The bullet hit a napling, in striking it the ball was guided to another sapling and glanced from it into the .-ll'i'iiin1' Mr. M ii'!. 'ii. ! : I .ail as a v ivy l.ir. ..m- ;,, wa - I- . I'l il o-m I .- . n I ,;, . I ill ; the I 11 i I ti Mi' .1 I o e h".. iii his I m idy eliteriii:r In- !: .. TI.'- iioi-..'S have no I l .-.i t ! lie ball. They !' ii't t hin'i I lie w i r 'I will I..- fatal. In last, week's issue I -i ii -,l thai there were three a ppliea . e s for No. 1 liural Mail Uoiite; but I now understand that there -ee six. I'riinlv Stariet, Martin Kieii inger, Herman Kuehling, Ih iny I'ut., Hen Morton and Louis Haugherty. One of these will be lucky. Last Sunday some of our young folks went to Kruhan, l'erry Co., to surprise a friend who came home from Indiana. The parties from here were Misses Kmma Mirley, lierllia Steiner, Louis Lehmer, Clara Mirley, Ai ma Kieninger, Mr. Then. Miller, Alfred Vogel, Arthur Vogel, Walter Kieninger, Martin Kien inger. They repotted a good time. M- :l. I. away mil:,' i : ; .ii: i ' i, la- '.V Loui- iVf of lli'l-ti-r : la. Mo., h i ii-M .1 la -t v, i I i-,t Abi-niai !i v. bei-n Working on llii far n near St.. Louis, is n home vi-it ing oi' I m ni i ning. Km h k stari'i't went i St again Saturday wiili a dr Ic 'gs. The ( 'ape ( iirardea u it ( If. II. t 'o are building a nice de pot ,,ul here. Of coins it is about one and one-half miles from town, making it very incon venient, for our freight should the 1 merchants and business men ship any. I don't believe our mer chants will change their way of getting freight by boat or by h'risco to Neely's Landing, which I is at least "a day faster, cheaper j and nearly as convenient. Mr. Houck should have built a switch in here, then he could have ex- MOAU: VISiT0!:V INCURSIONS I ' ' ' ' i M i ' "- i I ' N " ' i S . ! 1 ' I'll ( b'ti.i..-, Mi ....'' ;, X.im m1' i '." ;ii ! !!,!! i'.. ! ' i , ! I r: i .. N li ! 1 1 1 1' ! 1 1 I- 1 i i a k ' .' ! r, 1 1 !.'!. -. i i -1 " . ii i 'Mill'' !'l "I i . ( I'm II. I' will t;v.' ;.'.'i in St. Lollis. Ons Illn"t i'.li V. !tl tl'.'litl- ii) illl kill. I.-. 'rill'Mligli Seci!lig ;iln! ( 'i i.i it's In St. Lollis. COTTON BELT ROUTE. Ask llie Ticket Ag'-nt. lit' will t ll vu!. peeled their patronage, and also place). I think our business men that of New Wells and Shawnee- I tried to get Mr. Houck to build in town. It seems that it would pay but in vain, and now he cannot to builu in here for these three i expect much patronage. Cakpo.