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'ttfff '..-..tf3fflfll y?. mm.je.u'am v Mm .. .,. jjjm '"' ' '" ' ' " y " wcsm Modern Home Planning Don't waste your time and tax your temper trying to figure out, your building problems. If you are thinking of building whether it's a house, barn, garage or poultry house come in and see us. Building Plant Material Wc can show you building plans for all kinds of buildings for both farm and town purposes. And we can give you ideas and suggestions that may save you considerable money. We can supply all kinds of build ing material at rock bottom prices and will gladly furnish estimates. East Arkansas Lumber Oo. BILLY NETHERY, Mgr. HAYTI, MISSOURI Doing One's Best There need be no comparison In the -ways of duty, If each does simply the best thnt occasion allows him. Our part may be watching from far off, declares -a writer, waiting In days of suspense nd anxiety; even that part can be done well or niny be shirked. And the moment in which we have done our test will appear, as we look back at It, like a mountain penk on which the sun is shining, though at the time it seemed only the sad corner of a lim ited and feeble life. Defers It, In Fact. Slapping a friend on the back won't bring about the universal brotherhood of man. Toledo Blade. H. M. Dorris was attending to business for the Dorris Theatre 1 at Portagevillle Monday night. I The new things in slippers at Buck ley's. Onions. i Even now few people perfectly rea Ize the beneficial effect that this vegetable has on the system, and It Is too often Ignored on account of Its pungency of flavor and smell. A well-boiled Spanish onion will Induce sleep when most other things fall, nml nn this nccount alone it should frequently form a supply dish for the braln-wenry man or woman of business. I FOR QUALITY MONUMENT SEE MALDEN MARBLE wnnirc .- - L. D. Johnson, f rop. Maiden, Mo. Or Write or Phone Him Work erected any place. Designs cheer--fully furnished iAU&aAft OpaoGa dteBJq&sxa waaaft rcafeGT AWFUL SUFFERING. 'I suffered untold agony with neuralgia. I thought I would eo road with pain. A friend of mine advised me to take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain rills. I did so and the pain stopped almost at once. Then I commenced using Dr, Miles' Nervine and be fore long I was so that I did not have these pains any more." B. J, WINTER, 661 E. Platte Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. Close attention to work is the ecus 3 of much Pain and many Headaches. Obtain relief by taking one or two I DR. MILE.S' ANTI-PAIN PILLS Then tone up the Nervous System by using Dr. Mites' Restorative Nervine IF FIRST BOTTLE, OR BOX, FAILS TO HELP YOU, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. GOOD ROADS BENEFITS OF CONCRETE ROAD Make Travel Quick, 8afe and Easy, Clean and Comfortable Save , More Than It Costs. fVinorntn rnmla nrn rnltntrv boule vards They benefit a community In making travel quick, safe, easy, clean and comfortable. They extend neigh' KnrtirtAfl llmtta hrlncr mnrv fllHtnln Into personal touch with each other, lnJ crease social opportunities anu mere by remove the monotony of Isolation j bring greater content to the youth on the farm, make city and country near neighbors and increase school attend ance, thus cultivating a desire for a broader knowledge and higher stand ards of living. Concrete roads make dally rural mnll delivery n fact, every home unit In the community Is put on the news wire with the political, financial, Industrial and trading centers of the earth. The best thought of the world In every line of human effort and huninn achieve ment Is transmitted overnight to the lirpnkfimt tiilile of the community served by a network of concrete roads. A concrete road saves more than it costs. It Is open to maximum trnfllc all the year round. It brings greater freedom and case of movement In travel and transportation and perma nently Increases land values. M'ADAM WAS ROAD REPAIRER He Originated Method of Covering Sur face of Ground With Impermeable Crust or Covering. Just 200 years ago was born "the first of the pioneers who took up the work of scientific road building." John Metcalf showed how to carry solid highways across difficult bogs, and Thomas Telford built his roads, topped with gravel, on a solid foundation of stone blocks. But the great reform of the art came In with John Louden Mc1 Adam, who traveled 30,000 miles over the English and Scottish roads to study the conditions and needs for himself. Ilestowlng a new word on the lan guage, he originated the method of cov- PIKE'S PEAK HIGHWAY OPEN Alignment Definitely Completed From ' Atlantic to Pacific Last Link Haa Been Forged. The Pike s peak ocean to ocean high way has definitely completed an Inde pendent alignment from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, says the New Yoric Tribune. The last link In the chain was forged at San Francisco on July 30, when the national officers, In con ference with representatives of various California routes, selected the Feather-River Sacramento Causeway routes and established the Pacific coast termi nus at Oakland and San Francisco? ' With terminal on the Atlantic sea board both at New York city and Phil adelphia, the first prong passes through Newark and Morrlstown, N. J. ; Easton and Allcntown, Pa., Joining with the Philadelphia prong at Beading, Pa., thence continuing westward along the William Penn highway through Harris burg, Tyrone, Altoona, to Pittsburgh ; crossing Ohio through Steuberivllle, Coshocton, Newark, Columbus, Spring field and Dayton; Indiana through Richmond, Indianapolis, Rockvllle ; Illi nois through Decatur, Springfield, Jacksonville, Grlggsvllle; Missouri through Hannibal, Macon, Chllllcothe, St. Joseph ; Kansas through Hiawatha, Belleville, Norton, Colby, Goodlnnd; Colorado through Burlington, Llraon, Colorado Springs, Manttou, Hartsel, IJuenn Vlstn, Leadvllle, Glenwood Springs, Rifle, Meeker; Utah through Vernal, Duchesne, Hcber City, Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Brigham, Lucln; Nevada via the Overland trail through Elko, Wlnnemucca, Lovelock, Deno, and California through Portola, Qulncy, Oroville, Marysvllle, Sacramen to, Davis, Benlcla, Martinez, Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco. The completion of the western exten sion of the highway followed an official Inspection of the trip made by Presi dent C. F. Adams, in accordance with the decision of the midsummer meet ing held on top of Pike's peak, July 10-11, following a sociability tour from Chllllcothe and St. Joseph. The re ports made on the Inspection trip Indi cate that less than 10 per cent of the 1,000 miles between Colorado Springs and San Francisco is in poor condition. The road follows streams, is through PHYSICIAN A DVICE Is worth only the value you place upon it. If you expect to benefit through his advice you must carry out his instructions to the letter. Slight deviation from them may defeat the purpose of the whole treatment. It Is also your duty to take his prescription to a druggist who will dispense exactly what is called for. We Make-a Specialty of Fill ing Physicians Prescriptions Uniy IDS purest uruKi r uiapouacu ouu we the purest drugs are dispensed and our ihani nra h:iiri nn the real value of Dure druirs and the expert service which we render. Bear these facts In mind when there Is illness In your home. erLERts Drugs. Jewelry, ., TUB SJ-rQIK. ;?-C VM s w iS -a.".- hs. r j ": . c J,- v. Macadamized Road. ering the surface of the ground with nn Impermeable crust, cover or cosit lng, so that water would not penetrute to the soil beneath. A road thus "macadamized" was found to yield lesi easily to weights pressing upon it, anil could not be brokeu up by the action of frost. But while the Inventor's fame spread Ills resources dwindled, and though made surveyor general of roniK ho had to depend for his recompense on a parliamentary grant. McAdnm was a road repairer rather than a road builder, but his system went all over the world. SPRING CARE OF HIGHWAYS Go Over Road With Grader to Clean Out Ditches Fill All Ruts With New Material. Every spring before the ground be comes too hard the road should bo thoroughly gone over with a grader to clean out tho ditches, so that the water may have n free outlet. Tho ruts and holes should be filled, elevations In the road and shoulders on Uie side of the road planed off, the grade improved, and the road put In good condition. Earth roads havo a pronounced tend ency to rut. When ruts begin to ap pear on tho surface great care should lio used in belecting now material, with which they should be filled immediate ly, Ono fundamental principle that Is of special Importance In the repair of any roud Is that whatever material Is used In tho construction of the sur face, the sumo material and no other should be used In its repair. 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And the ruling of the Board was strictly adhered to, the physicians of tho city agreeing to vaccinate each pupil for fifty cents instead of the regular price of $1 in the usual case. This is commendable on the part of our physicians, and their action should be appreciated instead of being censored," by what we might say a few. Notwithstanding the view tak en by some of the usual kickers, we are glad to point with grati tude to those who have at the proper time took the matter in band, and done that which ought to have been done. Boy Has Note Broken. Master Joe Russell, young son of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Russell, while horseback riding last Sat urday afternoon, sustained what was at first thought to.be serious injuries, caused by the horse running away from being fright ened at a train, and throwing the young fellow headlong into a team of horses hitched to a wagon, the tongue of the wagon striking the boy and breaking his nose. The horse he was rid ing was rather fractious, and his narrow escape is miraculous. T. P. Russell accompanied his son to the Cape Hospital that night where an X-ray examina tion was given him, and which proved no serious injuries had been inflicted. The young fellow, rather "spunky" for one his age, the next day after returning was out and wanting to go about his usual playtime and school work. Road Through Williams Canon, Near Manltou, Colo. inhabited territory with less desert or desolate country to cross than any oth er transcontinental route, and trav erses some of the most wonderful sce nic sections of the United States. Vis Its were made at euch town en route, to create new enthusiasm for the route, confer regarding highway development and arrange for a more complete mark ing system. The average running time was 10 miles per hour. An emphatic campaign Is now being conducted to completo tho marking of the Pike's Peak trail from coast to coast. Tho national specifications re quire red and white bands, each 10 Inches In width, at cross-roads, forks, and frequent Intervals between, these to bo painted on telephone poles, fence posts, trees or. rocks. In addition, a striking marker design In red and white has been adopted, and 1,500 enameled steel signs, 14 by 20 Inches In size, are to be placed on individual posts at in tervals of not more than five miles be tween New York and San Francisco. Traveling bags and suit cases at Buckley's. A new lot of silk skirts this week at Buckley's. Little Miss Lucille Dorris was on the sick list the first of the week. Silk and voile waists, any price, at Buckley's. Hog Needs Protection. The hog Is ruther scantily provided with hair und the warmer the country the less hair. Therefore, he needs pro tection during the storms, of winter, Unless you provide It, you Invite voids, influenza, lung troubles, rheumatism. WE SELJk DB.- MltES pemeoies LEFLER'S DRUG STORE HAYTI, MO. Sowing Slow Seeds. In sowing seeds that start slowly, as parsnips, celery, etc., It Is well to sow with them a few strong, qulck germlnatlng seeds to break the crust and mark the rows so thut'cultivatloa may begin early. Dollars and Religion. It Is religious to make a dollar and then to make the dollar make another.' It Is more religious sometimes to spend' a dollar than to snvo It, and at other times more religious to save a dollar. than to spend It, Smkii Rather Conservative. ! We ore frank to say that we would' hardly accuse the Plttsburgher, who1 sued his .wife for divorce after she; had left him -10 times, of being overlyt precipitous. Marlon Star. RIBBONS IWe have a complete line of ribbons in solid colors, fancy plaids, stripes and flowered designs taffeta and satin. TATTING EDGES in white, red, blue, lavender, pink very pretty designs, at 5 and 1 0 cents per yard. LACE AND EMBROIDERY-AHover lace, netting, etc. A fine assortment of veiling. New Goods Arriving Daily J. L. Dorris Store ! Your Butcher I Have you confidence in your family butcher? If not, then trade here, then you'll realize where you have been losing and not know ing it. Everything strictly clean and sanitary. Fresh meats dis played before your eyes you can't be deceived, Meatsi Groceries' Meats True Sarcasm. I play entirely by ear," Bald the amateur musician, proudly. "Ahem I So I perceive," replied tho caustic per- son. "lias It ever occurrea to you to consult an uurlsU" We also have a choice brand of fresh groceries. When getting your fresh meats, buy. your groceries here, too, and save time. National Cash Meat Market f J. II, FIELDS, Prop, Phone 56 HAYTI, MISSOURI fr4 iM SSS ''i!. :.S m m m 'f& -,3i. JSiJ S& 5 ? Vil . s.