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Ell
For making quickly and perfectly
delicious hot biscuits, cake and
pastry. Renders the food more
tasty, nutritious and wholesome.
No alum, no :irne phosphate
The government and food authorities have
enabled the housekeeper t protect her
family from the r.l'im baking powder.
They require thai the iahel shall give her
warning. KV inuyi b'.y from the label and
decline any powder v.Iiich tine label does
not ahow to be made from cream of tartar.
K!Uhiii tins miiwKtt'd and rxprrl
once tuuixht Unit fri-gli air in oik
locality Ik jiiKt oh K'"h1 uh tin- air in
it 1 1 y othrr Kcctiun. Stay at linnir,
for, in tin' laut'iiairi' of tin' wundtTiT,
Juliii llowiiril I'liym, t hT- Im "no
plai'i' li!t" liomi';" and wlii-n 11 tuliir-
iilnii- i':ii'"n! a-iks a pliy .-Irian for
!. I'1 lii. ..! iOkI .iir, l il liiui
tin- li"st air on i'iirtl l at Ihhik-.
I'uri' frrb air iiImmikU i-vrn, w ln-r--;
ni'vi'r sri'U 'ii ! n in itiintiii-i
country; tli"
an' at home;
vrh (rj lie fi
home; the pnreHt milk and freshen!
1171 are at home; the hest and inost-
IhiiIuIi, until It neonied that iv-ry
reed and pipe in (ind'H creat ortrun
of nut 11 re responded to ttic tuneful
harp of David, the Hwect hIiik'T of
lnriH-l. I entered the cliapel of Kc
I'li'NiiiMteH where the voice of the
preacher was heard and into the
conservatory of Sharon, and the
t.ilv 01 III" Valley's -..vcrl scented
spices tilled and perfumed my life.
I entered the hllsiness o'l'irr of l'rn
verhs, then into the ohseivutory
hest accouiuMidat ions I room of the prophets where I saw
theirreatest eoi:venien-i telescopes of various sizes, some
mill anywhere are at ; point mu to far-olf events; hut all
concentrated upon the Uri'lit and
Morninc Star, which was to rise
OPEN AIR TREATMENT FOR
INCIPIENT TUBERCULOSI
By Dr. J. L. Eaton oi Binmarrk, Preu
idont Board of Milliliters Missouri
State Saniturium ior Tulwi vulosi.
11- mm till- Tin-!'"
I'lilinoniiry
in tact, loi
feaieil, most I'll
unci prevalent
utlc o.. I I
I llhcirilhisis for 1 1'lirs
cell! nries - t lie llhi-,1
oitaKious, most fatal
f all ill -.ei,M-s, was I
considered incuri.he. The nnfortu- I
nnte victims ol the white phn;ue
d-ere ciirefiilly and tenderly placed
in a hot house, all fresh air was
carefully excluded to prevent "tuk
ini; cold," UiiiL' heaters wore in
stalled, the hot, lull I air was hreathed
mid re-hreathed, healed, haked,
parched and breathed over and over
with the in nipiiny Inn headaches,
MtutllneHS and had fri-lini: generally
and with such Kiifliuuutiim and
Htilliiii: elfeet that the poor con
demned victim kindly vv elconied t he
final Kumnions. Inhalation of ir
ritating vapors and druus were kuit
jjeHted. Kscliarotics internally were
prescrihed. Tim mortality continued,
the death rate increased. Modem
M'icucc and modern civilisation had
added nothini; to the longevity of
this clans of unfortunates. The
open lil'eplui'e had heen disi'lirdeil
Nature's ventilator, the open jrrate,
had heen superseded hy steam heat
and hot air furnaces. The a re hi
tect had entirely overlooked venti
lation in planuiiiL' and I'onsl met inn
the modern home and puhlic Imilil
inv. Ili-iivy, thick dust catcheis
and 'erni dist ihutors in the shape
of carpi'ts covered the liviiur and
sleeping rooms. 'I'his nnreasonal'le
and nonsensical condition prevailed,
undone out of every seven deaths
was recorded as dyinu from con
suniption. A youiiK physician with Incipient
pulmonary tuherculosis, whose fam
ily luid preceded him with tlin Biinie
malady, was impressed with the
HiiKKi'Htion that those traveling in
an open wuirou across the plains af
flicted with tuherculosis had heen
known to recover. HelieviiiK the
open ulr was largely responsible for
this change from the ordinary
course, he at ouch set nut and trav
eled for the Adrionilacks in northern
For that
Dandruff
There Is one thing that will
cure it Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dandruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
healthy scalp means a great deal
to you healthy hair, no dan
di u JT.no pimples, no eruptions.
The best kind ol a testimonial
"old ior OT .Uty you."
M J(a4 by J. O. Ayr Oo.. JLowall,
rm AIM mumhih. w.
ZJ 9 SAtSAPABILU.
X. AlO CIUT PECTORAL.
m
N. vv York, and pitched his tent on
tli" southern slope of an Adrioiiilack
peak, m ar Saranac Lake. The tent
was so arranged as to be protected
from the prev nllilii; w inds from the
north and west. Here he took mod-
em exercise, stopping short of fa-
tiKue, ate the most noiirishini: diet,
especially milk anil i-ckh, niiu, aoove
all, was so Minuted that every
breath of air was fresh no Inhala
tion liav inir any suspicion of ever
having been breathed before, lii
coveiv was prompt and complete.
Coumiou si'iisi- had prevailed. Na
ture's remedy had been utilized and
a new hirht and bright tutuie m'uii
to dawn on those condemned and
heretofore without hope.
Others similarly affected were
notified, journeyed to the same
countrv with uniformly the same
results. I'eople of wealth were soon
attracted to this heretofore unusual
comlitiou. llecnvery became the
rob'. Memorial cottages with broad
open verandas siirroundiiiK them
were creeled hy (ff'teful, worthy
citizens. llailways were soon built
to the scene of this jrreat activity.
A larjre town has been the result,
uud every home Is constructed es
pecially for a consumptives home.
K.very one In and around this active
community in a barren section sleeps
n the open air regardless of the low
temperature that prevails, and from
this spot anil this crude, humble be
Kiuniiic, of Dr. I.. I.. Triideau has
emanated the hope, the remedy, the
cure for incipient pulmonary tuber
culosis, and to day we stale em
phatically that consumption is the
nio.it curable of all chronic diseases.
Necessity In this matter was cer
tainly the "mother of invention.'
I'ew men have naturally the fore,
thought, the lomi-siirhtedneHs, tin
courage anil genius to lie ine cnioi
of a ureal movement that is des
tined to become national and inter
national.
This pioneer who "blazed the
way" in the open-air treatment Is
not mercenary In Ills care and treat
incut of unfortunates, which fact
endears him the more to the profes
sion, and while we worship no mor
tal mull living or dead, If we could
kneel at such a shrine it would be
with uncovered heads and loving
hearts at the graves of heroic phy
sioiaiiH who huvc given their talents,
their energies and their earnings to
the great cause of bettering the con
dition of mankind.
Naturally the profession was quick
to respond to this rational, intelli
gent way for caring for tuberculosis
patients. Ventilation of homes and
public buildings became imperative;
the fireplace and the open grate were
soon restored to their place of use
fulness and beauty; carpets were
removed from sleeping rooms; pet
animals were excluded from the
home; good nourishment milk and
eggs were freely partaken of, and
as the result recoveries became the
rule instead of the exception. Poll
tielans and legislator caught the
"open-air, good-dlet-and-rest" con
tagion, and today every progressive
State in the Union has, or contem
plates having, a State sanitorlum, to
educate Its citizeni along the "open
air, good diet and rest," line, as
well as for the care and cure of
many cases of incipient pulmonary
tuberculosis.
The open-air Idea has become gen
eral; tent colonies abound; sleeping
on flat roof in the cities I practiced
with wonderfully good result.
matured vegetables can only be hail!
at home; no 1 Vwvi abroad to be
hail like the piiiij cool.ij,!.' at home; !
the only place to H i-line and rest
without worry ami expense is at
your ow n home; II lily kind, len
der and lovbcr touch of a really in
terested nurse Is at home. There- j
fore, ,-t no one ileciev e you into
the false and uncertain idea that
somewhere some oilier climate is
i-ccc-ary to relieve your eondt ion .
The hardship incident to travel are
fli'tniucntiil to your condition,
(leiieral conilit ions at your home
arc essentially superior to any other
place. Therefore, have patience,
use judgement -stay at home mid
get well. Live in the open air day
and niuht; take very moderate e.er-
ise; eat plenty of nourishing diet
and recover.
Tin' physician who so advise and
lirects his patients is a generous
and honest mall - holiest witli his
wards, honest with himself and
honest with t he con lid i 11 l' community
which he serves.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
And condolence adopted by Know
t'amp I'MoTi, Hoy al Neighbors of
America, on the deaih of. Mr. and
Mrs. J. ('. I'epin's son, llarlie:
Whereas, the angel of death has
entered the I nine i f our Neighbor
I'cpiu and claimed their beloved
son, therefore I"' it
Hesolved, that we. the entire mem
bership of Snow t amp, extend to
the grief-stricken mother and father
our heart-felt syinpat hv. ami assuie
them that we mourn with tliein in
their great sorrow, and commend
them to the source of all consola
tion, the (tod of all comfort and
hope; and be it lurther
Hesolveil, that in this dlspensu
ion we are reminded of the certain
ty of death, and that we, too, must
succumb to the ruthless touch of
the grim messenger and be carried
to that place from whence 110 truv-
ler returns.
It can truly be said your son bus
fought a good light, he has finished
his course, he has kept the faith;
henceforth there is laid up for him
a crown of righteousness."
Weep not that his toil is over;
Weep not unit his race Is run;
Coil grant that we may rest as calmly,
lit-n our life s work is done.
KI.I.A F. KMKltmiN,
ALT A (TA)l'II, Com
I.I LII K.NA('HH),
above tin- moonlit hills of Judea for
our salvation. I entered the audi
ence room of the King of Kings,
and caught a vision of His glory
from the standpoint of Matthew,
Mark, Luke and John; passed into
the Acts of the Apostles, where the
Holy Spirit was doing his olllce
work in the format ion of the infant
church. Then into the correspond
ence room where sat Matthew,
Mark, Luke, John, I'aul, 1'eter,
.lames and Jude, penning their
epistles. I stepped into the throne
room of Itev elations, where all
lowered into glittering peaks, and I
got a vision of the King sitting upon
Ills throne in all His glory, and I
cried:
"All hall the power of Jesus' name,
Let angels prostrate fall;
Bring forth the royal diadem,
And crown Him Lord of all!"
OSCAR L. HAILE & CO.,
Farmington, Missouri.
OFrICK IN H.Mir.Sr.'C
TON HERCANTILE CO.
HL'M., N. W. CORNPK
PUBLIC SQUARE. . . .
'PHONE NO. 219.
Blood
Warmers
There is comfort
in the use of a
hot water bottle.
We offer the
highest grade
and most ap
proved shapes
in full capacity
rubber bags and
bottles.
LA A KM AN'S
DRUG STORE
THE LOCAL MARKET.
Wlirat I al
outs ss
corn T5
Flour ion '' I"
viral W
slilpnuifT onckcil) I W
Itritu 1 30
llllril Ke(l 1 M
turn 08
IrUli Potatoes 7 100
lions r 7
Krymn riiii'isni. 8
huv" " 'lot
nutter ir
nouns if buiiioi S 00
llarnn f II
Lnrrt (f M
Tallow tr
sofs-tiuin MoIiissms 50
salt tr htil in
llunpy
IMMKBS V I
Laakman's
Drug Store
BILLY SUNDAY'S ELOQUENCE.
Hilly Sunday, formerly famous as
a baseball player, la now doing
service as an evangelist. Consider
able fault has been found with Mr.
Sunday because of his alleged "lndo
cenclcs" of expression. The Dcr
Moines (Iowa) Tribune, howevor,
nays that one can not do justice to
Sunday without hearing him. And
It adds: "We deairo to hero quote
an extract from one of hi sermon,
and we defy his enotnle to And any
thing to etual It in all the literature
of sermonizing, either for the beauty
of expression, the fitness to the 00
caslon or the effectiveness of this
burst of eloquence on an audience.
Here is the masterpiece of pulpit
eloquence: "Twenty-two years ago,
with the Holy Spirit as my guide, I
entered this wonderful temple called
Christianity. I entered at the porti
co of Genesis, walked down through
the old testament art gallory where
the pictures of Noah, Abraham,
Moses, Joseph, Isaac, Jacob, Daniel
hang on the wall. I passed into the
music room of PBalms, where the
spirit swept the keyboard of nature
and brought forth the dirge-like wall
of tne weeping prophet Jeremiah to
tbo grand Impassioned strain of
LANG & BRO.
FARMINGTON, MO.
Manufacturers of
Wagons,
Farm Implements,
Lumber and
Building Material
Also Undertakers of Funerals.
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE.
LOANS. ABSTRACTS
NOATRIES PUBLIC
ami CONVEYANCERS.
Tire, Tornado. Plate Class and Accident
Insurance.
Rents and Accounts Collected.
HEAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE Vh. KINDS
NOTARY WORK,
COLLECTIONS.
Hoy Grocery Co.
Dealers in
IRON MOUNTAIN STOCK FARM'S
FIRST ANNUAL
Public Sale
OF
FLAT RIVER
Heal Estate & Insurance Go.
B. B. MUFF, Manager,
Plonk FLAT RIVER, MO.
Staple Fancy Groceries
Farmington, Ho.
Phone No. 95.
Final Settlement.
Notlc It tirrrbr (liven that the undrr
lirnccl . Ailininutrator of tt. mate of
KM.AHUTH M. UOVUEAr;, Decoawd,
will mat a final apttlainant nf ial(1 eitnm
at the next term of the I'rnlmta Court of Ht.
Krannnli county. Missouri, to lie begun and
held In Karmlnirton, In aald county, on the
acond Mondar In January, lws.
CIIAKI.KH UOVKKAU. Adm'r.
Decembar II, lima.
Merrill Pipkin,
Lawyer,
Abstracter.
Real Estate,
Loan and
Insurance
Agent.
FARMINGTON. MO.
Offioe over St. Francois County Bank
PHONE No. 67.
ROYALLY BRED
Trotting Stock
AT
IRON nOUNTAIN, M0.,
TUESDAY, DEC. 22, '08
Rain or Shine,
BEGINNING AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Consisting of 30 head of Trotters and l'arers. Stand
ard and Kcyistered Stallions. (Iddins, Hrood IV'ares,
Colt's and Fillers, mostly lv Echo Hell, eoncet ed to
be the best bred Stallion on earth all rut of grandly
bred mares by the world's most famous sires, sich a3
Allerton 2:0', Joe Patchen 2:01, Karon Wilkes 2:18,
Guy Wilkes 2:15, Expedition 2:15, etc. Come to
the sale and see them step.
W. H. SriOLLlNQER,
Iron flountain, Ho.
W. N. FLEMING,
Notary Publio
Real Estate
Loans
Insurance
Your Buiintti It Respectfully Solicited.
OFFICE IN REALTY BUILDING.
Farmington, Mo., Phone 71
Final Settlement.
Notice I. hereby Riven that the under
ilgned, eierutrlx of the eitate ot
l'UIUP LOKK.NZ, Dec'd,
will male. final settlement ot Mid eilat.
at the next terra ot the probate Court of Ht .
Franco!, county, Mtiiouri, to be begun and
held at the Court House In farming-ton, In
Mid count, on the Mcond Monday In Jan
uary, 1MW.
KDA LOBENZ. Executrix.
December 4, mjuh.
fre.ident. Vlea.Pri.
M. e. CAVCt, ca.hler. "
si of ini
Final Settlement.
Notice I. hereby siT.n that the under
llfned, sdmlnKtratrator of tli. estate ot
U. 8. HOY. Deceased
will max. m final settlement of .aid eitate
at the next term of the Probate Court of t.
franrol. county, Ml.iourl, to be begun and
held at the court liouee In Karmlnvton. In
.aid county, on the second Monday Id Jan
uary ,
W. r. HOY. Adm'r.
NoT.mber JO, IBM.
pitltock : : eeo.ooo.oo
Surplus and profit $50,000.00
'I Banking- sad Bx.
ohaat-e business. "
Inlere.t paid on time depo.lt.
vv.. orn.i
9tpoitary of County fund:
COLLECTIONS A 8PKCLILTT.
- DIRECTORS. - .
fle'G'e'ng. J. E. Klein,
W. F. Doss. M. P. Cayce.
W. R. Lang, A. J. Zwsrt.
W. M. Harlsn.
Administrators' Notice.
J?J$!?0.f bmr siren that letters of ad
SiTil1?!? w,? Wanted to the under
signed by the Probate Court of St. Kran
cols county, Missouri, dated the tuft day of
November, won. on the estate of UByo'
KITTIK 8ITHKRLAND, Dec'd,
All persons baring claim, against said es-
irtmi!!!?.''''' '"""'''It them to the
administrate!- for allowance within on.
year from the date of said letter., or they
may b. precluded from any bencnt of said
within twoy.ar.from th.dateof iildTet
tar. they will be forever barred.
Decemfwr U, mm. '

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