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Loss nf gppsjtlsai at tbll n'apon ac ."om-i-iled liy lassitude Is :i symptom of weakened vitality. Improve (he ap j'i'tlto rind digestion and nature v i',1 do the rest says n well-known medical man. This U- hlciily recommended and much iifod In MMM parts of tin1 conn try. Ask nny pond drncclst to mix one (nine1 COmpoUBd fluid bnlmwort nnd one ounce f'.yrup sarsaparilla com pound to a half pint of Rood whiskey and take a totilospoor.fiil three to six times a day. Kxcellent too uu a toulc gjrgtam cleanser. A Remnant of the Dark. A colored BUM died without medl leal attendance, and the coroner went to investigate. "DM Samuel Williams live hero?" he asked the WMDlBg woman w ho opened the door. "Yassilh." she replied hot w een sobs "I want to see the remains." "1 Is de remains," she answered, proudly. Kvery body's Magazine. FOR THE PUBLIC New Formula Cures Coughn, Colds, Bronchitis and Hoarseness in Five Hurs. Much Is being done In those days to stop the ravagai of consumption, but probably notbttMJ has been so effective as teaching the public how i.. brMk up a i old and cure coughs, home-mixed medicine. A laxative cough syrup, free from Whtlkey Is the prime need. A couch Indicates In flamtuatlOB and congestion and these In turn are due to an excess of waste and poisons In the system. A tonic laxative couch syrup rids the system of congestion, while relieving the painful coughing. (lit the following lid mix at home: One-half ounce Until wilil cherry bark, one ounce com pound eteence cardial and three ounces syrup white pine compound Shako the bottle and take twenty drops every half hour for four hours Then one half to one teaapoonful three or four i tlmea dally, Give children less, ac cording to'nge. Tut tall out and aave It fur some friend. Is Prayer Geographical? Not long ago. in an important conn ty in Ohio, the women and other prayed that it would go "dry" and H dill. A few day.: later, tie- people It Nassau and Suffolk counties. Long Is laud, prayed that these counties would become desiccated and a count 01 the vices Showed that there was noth sn-ATT of on I MR PlAVS J I Cuf I'l O Storm I. sml ONI: ItttMh ru "t ( MU UAII1 1 AM" ll lr. rat. r j cm. xi.' it i ifasasas, fie I I laJuliy PUIS N c" TU" A Burden gtella Wax her div tory? satlsfac ,e has to keep the chll VMm9 I Bella No, t dren tin- whol Y annot hurt anybody Without a greatei null yolirseu. t'obdi At.I.rvs i.i mi RAUMM .,.,i h f',to forrrnrifiirdres wi olds SIM l''"i" iiU'"- rare I'.xly Ali.,ulJ , ut it. It its i iii ini' isfs ssa in is, have lived lo know that the great secret of human happiness is this- never suffer your energies to stagnate WESTERN CANADA What Prof, ahew, lh Wsll-Knowo Aarl- culturlst. Says About It! "I wonl'l aonrr ralao cattlti in WfMilajrn Uanutl tr.'iu in corn nen ni lit.- I'niu-'i ntitn. r ( flicaiHT ami rlltnat Mtt4 r for tho rnrM. I i - if I - is. I will itu- nfofgj luit.'r thim jotir WW aw atllj (n.ltic ihr lgtlH!it-a. h.'ril ran I wit up iniiipuin rir Hie I i.i r t. o! , i ti'tl i -Hi I itnir wt'-ant. laind tnkfn nt a rti . praa Wa E i "i In In ti.n fiiikUHi Ktiiti'i aln who wunt homoa to tnko up tin land." Bead 70,000 Americans will t'tttrr unit mnlti' tlx-lr tiontcst In WMtgrrn Canarta thla yt-nr. i in praam MM Hnotiirr rrup nf wtK'iil, oftta nml ! ; . Ill ntltlttloii to f M' h tin- cattli' esiMtrta wn nn lmmim Ift-nt. tattle raining, dairying, niliM farming nntl grnln grwiua In tlm .tie. . of llMtflaMf. ' ' t ihiuiili aiul M" 1 1 - I-'rw lionirtlfiiil nnd iirv-mp-tlon arena, M wHI aa lantli hfhl ir rnllwnv an.l land rYimf'nnUa.will i-i ' p v t.i- nmtit'a for mllltoiia. Aaitptahle noil, i mi u niMto, nplf MM wlHMtla nnd cIiitn-litHt. mod ocm1 ritllwny. For fUlfra" IttM. 'Irript It r lkrmttiro 'lit Jf. t WW." h w to rvnch th tmintry ami other pir tlcclara, wrlto to Hiif't of linml- t ration, Oltnwa, Citnitda. or to tic tin I mn Govrrnrai-nt Atr ut. i.S.Crawfortf.125W.9ItiSI..Kin:si$Crty.Mo.; CJJrnihtn.(30nuincrlld.,C"lca0.I!t. (Vmn ptirtrvat ntfirjf yniii ttl BROWN'S Bronchial Troches A . ,i mptfrHr fnerit fnr rtlif vin Cotiphii Ho.risneM and Irrf-atiofi ol throAtf o( (TMl btncill In Lung TrouDUg. BfH"liltig ,ri Atiuiu. Pfff front oriattfg or any Iiarnilul injjredltnt, PriM. 20 ccnta, 60 c?ntg and $1.00 per baz. &at;irl malted on request. JOHN t. BROWN & SON', Ilonton. Man. f A DOSE OF CURE it as safe as it is effective. Guar anteed q contain no opiates. It u very paL liable loo children like it. I1 ' H I W Ss. Tai .. JT. M MISSOURI NEWS Would Name State Eureka. Springfield. F. 0. Woodruff Hcllg man. Mo. was the ra1 person to MDi 111 a pet name for the state of Mis lOUrl to the stale immigration bureau recent l established here Woodrufl sugested (he name of "Bunks State," which, he thought was most suitable for, as In says, "all persons looking for a home most generally say that tin y have found it when they In-v-'sigate the Htttte and Its wonderful resources." Carthage Fears Infection. Carthage-The board of public health has issued an order that uli water wagons supplying water to the drougbt-etrlckan city must get tbeU supply from the municipal lire plug Many of them an- now hauling wa; t from Spring liver, nnd Ike board fears sickness may result, for the (daughter houses are located on the honks of LAC st ream. Phone Inquiry postponed. Jefferson. City. Tb dale of the hearing In the inciur Instituted' by Attorney General Major Into tie legal 1 1 of the merger of tie- Ameri can Telephone and Ti b graph com pany. Bell Telephone company and Missouri and Kansas Tel' phone Com pany has i u changed from Decern' ber to Decern UGr To Use Prize for Class Fund. Mexli o The $:u in gold offered by a rwut) company to the high school girl for nominating a name for ihe new Biokley addition which should receive the largest number of votes was awarded to Miss Halm Mcln'.Vi of tin- Junior class of the McMillan nigh school The name of the addition is to be Baal Holm 1000 Expected at Coin Show. Columbia ihe Missouri Slate i or u show will he held here during farmers' Wet k when OVi r 1000 farm era from all pails of Missouri will at tend tie- annual meeting to be held at the unlveralty, under the direc tion of the siate board of agriculture. The corn show will be le-hi December Postofficcs Advanced. llngton, I) C These I can will be advanci url deutial if t lu Utile tfPV incut luing given: Drexel, $1 I"". ironoa j Kenrneyl, $i 000; Kin-iuisw iek. $1 000; . I Mountain View, 1,100; Sheldon, $i. r i'i nuc. i 000. UMl astf ..I ux , Appears to Serve Sentence. i.io.a i jefferaon City. William Tlerney, one of several 81. liiils men whose Henteiices lor false restoration were rocentl) affirmed by Dtvtaloo No. S of Ihe sunieme court, came ll'-re actone P"11 Thomas Bagan and tt friend and surrendered btmaelf to Warden Auiirue ut ihe later'! office. nduo--y mimi wrm ww'wwii Jefferaon City, appointed Char! fornor Hadley '. McCbMtgbry, superiiitendeut of the training school for boys at Itoonvllle. a colonel on his personal staff. McClaugbry majMi . thirty seventh tolonel, and, besides, there are ten commanders to repreaent the navy of Missouri. Special Judfle for Ferrell. Montgomery City. Attorney A, V. Walker of Howard county, b selei'eil as special JihIkc to bear the trial of W. C. Kerrell, charged with the gilllng of W, M Orader. The rase has been gel for bearing at Full -in the first Monday in February. Three Trains in One Wreck. Dtltler, Three extra Missouri Pacific fraigbt trains were pllleil up in a wreck one mile south of here. Con- duetor 0. W. Hardin ami Bagtoeer Inhn HIkkIiis were severely bgnred. The caboose and algal Hal earn were splintered. Phone Rates Are Doubled. Liberty. The Clay County Tele phono company nnd the Liberty com pany, the two competing companies here, have BOOaOlMUed ami now will rharRi double previous price paid by their 1.006 subsi rlbers. Geology Board Member Appointed. .leffeson City Covernor Hadley ap pointed John A. Bovard, of KiiusaB City to succeed K I' flravea, of Due Hum. recently reKlmied, hk n Dent bar jf the board of geology ami tnlnee for :i period of four years. Novel Stickpin for Mrs. Hadley. Jefferaon City. Gov. Albert w. ehrlal of Florida forwarded to Gov. Hadley for Mrs. Hadley, a stickpin made in repreeetttailou of the veal of Ihul stale, which embodies an Indian, palmetto tree ami a land scape. Mlssourians See Taft. Washington, 1). ('.Senator Warner wllh Henry W WodKoii and Orto 3 tif el called at the While House und irgad the selection of Charles A. louts as district attorney to succeed Ulodgati Reward for Herbert Jones. Jefferson City. (lovcrnor Hadlei enewed tho $300 reward for the ar est of llerhcrt Jotiai, who is untie: onvletlon for munler In Stone count oneB escaped from the courtrooi ,flr Ibe Jury brought iu 1U ver.ii CLIP THIS CUT. Valuable Recipe When Afflicted with Rheumatism or Backache. TblB is a renowned doctor's very oest prescription for rheumatism. "One ounce compound syrup Sarsa parlllu. one ounce Torls compound; half pint high grade whiskey. Mix them and take a tablespoonful before each meal and at bed time. The bot tle must be well shaken each time." Any druggist has these Ingredients or he will get them from his whole sale bouse. HIS TIME WAS SHORT. Sin- What do you mean, I.ieut. Schmidt '.' Vou have known nie only two days and want to kiss me'.' He Can't help 111 My leave Is up SORE EYES CURED. Eye-Balls and Lids Became Terribly Inflamed Was Unable to Go About All Other Treatments Failed, But Cuticura Proved Successful. "About two vears aco mv even crot In i.uch a condition that I was unablo t iliout. Tlu'v were terrlblv In- fiamed, both the balls und lids. I trbal home remedies without relief. Then I decided to go to our family physician, but he didn't help them. Tie n I tried two more of our most prominent phyetciane, bui my cvcb gp w continually worse. At this time a friend of mine ndvised me to try Cuticura Ointment, und after using It about one week my Cyea were con siderably Improved, and In two weeks they were almost well. They have never given me nnv trouble slnco nnd I am now sixty-five years old. I shall al wavs nralse Cuticura. G II Halsev. Mouth of Wilson. Va.. Apr. 4, l!0S" I'utUT Drus tt Cbrnt. Corp., Bole I'rtipr. I'.uOon. Ancients Wore Sheath Gowns. ll Deed not he supposed that even feminine fashions can evolve some thing new under the sun A learned Kgypiologist discloses that Ihe sheath gown was popular efflOUg the ladles of the Nile 15 centuries before the Chris Han era. One gown was made of fine linen, adorned with elaborate designs The professor thinks that Ihe slit In the side was intended to display the wearer's precious anklets. These an cient ladles also dressed their hair elaborately with puffs und padding They painted their faces and Hps, as shown by rouge and pomade jars. All of this is reassuring to man who may have thought that sonu of the modern developments of the dressmaker were without precedent in their eccen tricity, Once more is demonstrated the fit coupling of thi' words "eter nal' una "feminine." Just Married. Gwendolyn seemed tt bit unhappy "What Is It, dearest?" murmured Harry solicitously. "i was meanly thinking how terrible It would have been'" said Gwendolyn, wllh a shudder. "Terrible 1 What would have been terrible?' Kasped Harry "Oh," returned Gwendolyn, "If your father and mother hnd never ne t ! Or mine had never met! Or we'd never hnve been born! Or hadn't loved each other or. Harry Oh! wouldn't It have been too terrible!" Illustrated Sunday MagUlne. Bong has wielded a ntranK" power In hiinmn history; It seduces men from their homes to the field. It consoles those they leave behind. It voices the moods of the lover, the cynic, the drunkard, the puritan, the maiden, and the grandami cowherds and scholars, hussars and Children, ail. all There are songs about nearly every Imag inable thing on earth, except the writ ing and the reading of articles Itu pert Hughes. In Smith'. A Rare Good Thing. "Am using Allen's Foot-Hnse, nnd '-an truly sny I would not imve been wttnout It so long, bad I known the relief It would I rtve my aching feet. I think It a rur,- good I O.lnp fnr nnt-iiin liuvlnL' KOTi' or tlrt'd I"'"'.. - Mrs Mntllila lloltwert, I'rovldenes, It. I." Bold by all Druggists. c. Ask to-day. Desperate But Effective. Knleker So JoneB hus a good scheme? Docker Yes; he carries a little dy namite to blow up any auto that runs over him. "8oft and Nice." ghiOoorge, dear, do you love me? He Yes. darling: very much. She Say something soft nnd nice to me. HeOh, custard pie! Judge. A good gueaeer always boasts of hlB Intuition. Saoauao of '3EP CONDUCTOR WENT TOO FAR Diplomatic Step Was All Right, But Ha Didn't Know Just When to Stop. A much bothered conductor on an east bound car was asked by a chilly ludy passenger to close the ventila tors. As he had already been Impor tuned to open nam by a ball dozen Other patrons he resorted to diplo macy. "Madam." he said ID a confidential tone, "I'd gladly close the ventilators, but unfortunately a health officer Is aboard the car and he Insists that they must be left open I'd make my self liable to a lot of trouble If 1 opposed him." "A health officer?" said the lady "Yaa'm," replied the conductor And then Intoxicated by the success of his scheme he unhappily added- the one with the brown derby." The lady Looked and a change came over her face. ihe one with the brown derby?" She repeated ' Yes'm They say he's quite an OX pert on germs and things 1 believe h v a Gorman gentleman." The lady star-'d at the conductor, lie's nothing ol the kind." she anappad The man with the brown derby Is my husband' ' Whereupon the conductor beat a iml liaiu Healer Important to Mothors. Examine can fully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe ami sure remedy for Infanta and children, and see that it ; Z&tftiG& i Cse For Over iff) Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Good Work Going. Forward. fallowing a whirlwind campaign ralnai consumption In Charleston, the merfcau tuberculosis exhibition of ! National Association for Ihe Study ami Prevention C'iltlv openell movement In On January 1 the wo In Columbia, s C the session of tl it Tuberculosis re mother exhibition nvlile. s c. After k win I"- continued in connection with B state legislature. de to securt i tubcrenloal ler exblbltio elation has .1 ma A sial Iged III tills I'ition will g Arl Diet of the Old. A sane diet for a person of 71 lould In- made up largely of ihles anil fruit, some llsh, sonu little meat and Simple cere iere is no Inclination toward o iMinking wllh one it i: msldered advisable, esp aids are apt to wash d tak' tt between ne als, liowevei tin' day. Hot water is especially good for one who does not exercise much, ns It flushes out the entire system Stimulants, such as tea and coffee, should not be very strong Harper s Bagar Disapproval. "What makes those two women turn j up their noses at each other so super ollloualyr I "Possibly," replied Miss Cayenne, "ench Rot h glimpse of the current novel the other was reading." ftniue people suffer rontiminlly with I tired, nrlunif and swollen left. Little do tliev know hew soetnittg ih litimlin WIS' j ard tbl. Rub it in nt niuht nnd have thuiikful, happy Iwt m the morning. You can't blame the man who ha Kit Ills winter's coal in for feeling Just a little better than the rest of the neighborhood The man who can maintain a repu- in-., of a wonder Don't worry, and you'll have nothing to worry you. A DUUTi6d in it n tie off his lentenc aii mIwiivh i llt L fnr bad behavior. pr PtvnM'V 11 Wint ptfllMa rBti!atr nnd Inrlir onii' rtmnaflhi iivr bihI boweic, Hugtiir-&Mtd. Uny gnnultia. tiaay tu Utko aa candy. Did anybody IW ask tho wpoplKR willow why It does It? thuae ugly, grtuly, grray hairs. Uss " tntion for wisdom In the prei youth Just out of college is Lewis' Single Binder cigar. Origi Foil Bnokst Passage. Take no It worries tt modest girl tries to kiss her -and It young widow If he doesn't. an nri HUM:, fi bs, pf. Kjlitp us or wrlle for I-ree C M Mltlan l ur & Wool Co., 8t. NOTHING REMARKABLE. The Mayor Just think, admiral, I've married l'o people in two hours. The Admiral Well, that's only ten knota an hour. The Mother of Invention. An Insurance man In a small town was giving a dinner to a friend par tlcularly high up in insurance circles Alas' he recalled at the last moment his friend smoked It was too late. Every cigar stand was closed What could In do" An Idea occurred to him nnd he went out Into the hall. There hung his friend's over contain he was now at It might 1 e are hint the I pocki mo lilt he brought forth a Nonchalantly he returned to the ll brary "Ah." he said, pausing on the threshold! "bam Is an unusually fine cigar Will you not try It? I don't amok" you know ." Id b. who Incu bin A Poor Weak Woman As slit i termed, will endure bravely sntl patiently ajoalei rrhish n stronit ntun would ive wsy under. T be (st-t i women are more pulicnt than Uwf ought tc he under such irc.ublcs. Kvery woman oagbl to know tlint she may nhtnin the bmmI axpeflaoood mcdicai advice frtt of daxrgr and in ' !utr ronulrncr and privacy by Writing lo the World's Dlspeneary Medical Aseoclatlooi It. V. licrce, M. D., President, BuSalo, N. V. Dr. licrco bus been chief eooaulliog physician ol the Invalids' Hotel ond Surdicul Inatitote. t Baffslo, N. V.,lor nmnv yesm and hut h.nl witlcr practical experience in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in this country. llii BMdioUMM arc world-famous for their uMonikhin efficacy. Tim mint pcrKct remedy ever ifcvined for weuk oil dcti Slflte women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. it makks wkak womkn strong, sk;k women wf.ll, Tlir many and varied nympfomii of woman's peculiar sileirnts are fully set lorth in Plain Bagtish in the I'eople's Medical Adviner (liW pages), a newly revised and up-to-dule Bdltlon of which, cloth-bound, will be mailed frit on raoeipl of SI UUX Ullg Stamps to pay cost of mailinit or. Addren a iilsive. obHAjX For DISTEMPER 1-1" 1.11 Klitiirv r'-tti'-' It. nin.v l ynur(fnigtirat. wiiii a tires. r- 11 aiffnu wanii-H. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. '.Sla.tSs. GOSHEN, IND U. S. A. RHEUMATISM is most painful WHAT'S GOOD? ST. JACOBS OIL It Rives INSTANT rrlicf when nnlhinc else will remove the iwinces. It finds snd rests each sensitive spot in a wonderful manner. Don't wait till pain overtakes jou. let alone overcomes you. ALWAYS KEEP ST. J ACOBS OIL IN THE HOUSE READY FOR ANY EMERGENCY INI cwcxxKcoooooooooex30pafjoo soo THE FIRST APPLICATION OF RESINOL ITCHING tfiYSIPEUS NETTLE HASH POISON IVY ECZEMA SCALDS I baV."1o Irritable conditions of th iltln produces a f-r lint OMd, It il the recr-rnli'-d ipeclfir for Itching ( RESINOL CHEMICALCOMPANY, BALTIMORE, Ml) As nn spplirstion for F.ciems, Hums better thsn anything else. yooBooooocoooooaoai The Largest Manufacturer or Men's Fine 8moe WnnrW, L. Douglas comfortable, emy-walking made upon honor.of inn be-ii lonth ra, by the mostekllled workmnn, In nil the liitpu very style nnd H In nil wnike of life. If I could tnke you Into my large factories nt Drockton, Mnse( and show you how carefully w. L. DoiKa las shoes are made, you would thsn understand why they hold thslr shape, fit hotter, wear longer and ars of greater vulus than any other makSs CAn illN.-- nsjnaritl tho retnll I ih lxit'n. 1 uk. LA ORIOLI" HAIR RggTORER. PRIOg. gi.oo, retail. Stamps of German Oomestlcs. Kach week there Is pasted In that little blank book that every servant : girl In Germany must possess a post age stamp to the value of about five) cents I This stamp Is a donation comntiN i sory under the German law, which tho mistress must afford the servant. : Should the girl fall 111. the stamps are redeemed by the government, or tho ! servant may retain the stamps Indefl- 0lt ly until, when she has attained a ripe old age, the government pays her a premium for them -The Sunday Magaaiae. The Wretchednes of Constipation Cn quickly be orercomr by CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. Pure ly vegrubefl ttri lurfiy and gend on the urn. Cure i BiliiuanrM, : Hrd : ffche, 1 Duii. Bjru, and ImJigrttmn. They do then duty. Small Pill, Small Dot. .Small Pricgw GF.NUINE murt Uar u'wnaturp. ' . Thompton'i Eye Watfii PATENTS Wntitnn .i nlfitinn.'A lit(tin.l)t' lt- ' Higkg est rrnMMa, iWt ' W. N. U.. ST. LOUIS, NO. 1909. Pink Fyp. rplioollo .Shipping l over S (iiiturrluil l ?vr asW i 4 rT r nc , jfaDBilBllTTI BfajaaantnaiaaHr b t v u iv aW I H pills 7 IlU ! i-ltlvrpr"ttlvei, ntatlrr hnm l.nrsMl HH iilini on ti" i - a i ai-te n Hit ' i atfi a rv lnf tesl om pall iba U - an1llni 3 illgtt It fr j I tv- lb t klt. Mat. ini-r, lUi t comfort to tho mffiref nrvtr s . il the lUikUni tfm-ily In and Scalds. I consider Rcsinol Ointment Mrs. tieorge II Brssh, Beslnce, Neb. in the World shoe They nro fmhlons. Shoe, in ehope to suit men IBM W I. Pniifflag tnoA If ampmlun is.. NubstitaMi, Jfr 111 C? CHAFING O ABNASIONS O RING WOHM 0 ERDPIIONS V HERPES O BURNS O x Al J Drogctats. S Cnt nafti ii iiiiiaMWiiiii "