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m a a. ft.aav HEAD THROA' LUNGS STOMACH KIDHRS BLADDER FEMALE mm rnwt I'ari mm mm PI Svi ot Ptranas "I ofa In IH Senator Sullivan, Roach HI g and McEnery In their cood III K9 opinion otPeruna a an eh 111 HI teethe catarrh remedy." Ill CU -W amaamr ah w "fi. M ISOLOTE SECURITY. Ccnuino Carter's Little Liver Pills. Mutt Boar Signature of it facSlmll Wrsnr Iwlow. Yr lo tali m ffar. 7 CARTERS rOR HUDACHft FOB DIZZINESS. FDD BlUOUtNEtf. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXIOR CURE SICK HEADACHE. ECHOES FROM AFAR." Kiifflaml own 170,003 of thr 400,003 Buvz canal shares. Cork I to lioiil an lnjuntrl.il rxhl billon of Irlih Imlustrlrs next year. liuislu kill 3,000,ow ermines, 13,. ooii.imm) marmots, mill l'5,Don,noa riiilr rrli In n year. The capital of Ilrltisli lianka In creases itt an average rata ot 10, 000,000 a year. In 1SCO Kngllsli people received SO letters n head. In 1899 this number bad grown to 35. The average size of Canadian farms h OS acrca. Thirty-five, million acres ore under cultivation. AN M. D.S" OPEN LETTER. Ilcnton, 111., May SOtli. It. 11. Dunn way, M, I), of tliU place, In on open letter, makes the following startling tatcmcntl "I had Diabetes with oil Ha worst symptoms. I applied every remedy known to the profession, as well as every prescription suggested In our books. In spits of all, I was dying, and I knew It, "As n last resort, and with scarcely any faith whatever, I commenced tak ing Dodd's Kidney l'llls. In one week I saw a great Improvement. After I had taken flvo boxes, I was sound and well. Till Is ten months ago, and I hive not taken any medicine of any kind since, nnd am contlnccd that my cure Is a permanent one, "As n practicing physician with years of experience, I most positively assert that DodiTs Kidney Pills are the best medicine In the world today, for Diabetes or any other Kidney Disease. SInca using them myself, I have used them In many cases In my practice, and they have never failed. "I am making this statement as a professional man, after having made a most thorough test of Dodd's Kid 'ney Tills, and because I feci It my duty to the publlo and to my profes sional brethren. The truth can never hurt anyone, and what I have said la the absolute truth." It. H. DUKAWAY, M. D. It is no wonder that the public are enthusiastic, over this new medicine, MISSOURI STATE NEWS. i !lteenl llalh. Col. V, C. tiplnwn, a pioneer of Halls county, nt hit home In Centra, aged M. I Sirs, Agnes Elliott, ot St. Louis, grtl "3. tihe was noted for her char itable work. I William A. 1'lsher, aged 49, one of the best'ktiown business men of Kill ton, Mrs. Mary Louisa Miller, at the , home "( her son, Mr. I'lill T. Miller, .ln Jefferson City, at an Injury re ceived several weeks ago. Mrs, Miller was born In IS! 7, nnd In 1311 was mar ried to Mr. I'. T. Miller, who was well known In politics for many years. H.miucl C. (Iraham, aged S.I, nt his home near Ccntervlcw, Johnson coun ty, lie was one of the pioneers of Johnson county, and came from Vir ginia In 1931. He was tho largest land owner In the count)-. The (Iraham wheat so cxtinsltcly grown Itt Mis souri took Its namo from this family, William Duncan, n business man ot Udgrrtun, Pluttn county, and n broth er of Iteprcscntntlre A. II. Duncan, of St. Joseph, In nn ambulance at fit, Joseph, from consumption, just nfter alighting fr.)m a truln. He had just arrived from Natchez, Miss. Cnpt. diaries II. Tlhlen, politician, ateumbontm.tii and rx-confrdcrntc soldier, ot the home of his daughter, Mrs. V. I,, Young, 1(30 A St, Ange av enue, HI, Ioula, of lullammntor) rheumatism. Mrs. Isnno dross, a pioneer of Ma con county, who would have reached the odraiierd ngo of 101 jrar on the lSth ot next June, at her daughter' homo nenr Cottage, Mncou count)', Hio was born In North Carolina In JsoO, nnd ei inc to Missouri In ln:9, lo cntlng nt lliinUvllli'. Shewn married In IK i to Isanc tlross, who, although ten jesrs lior junior, preceded her to llm itrnvc ')' 3 Jfiirs. tJno of Mri. I (Iror.V peculiarities fur tlm pant ten i )rnrs, wns her gn at ili'slrn lo attend I funi'rnls.Miil it is suld she wns present nt every rnc Hint occurred In her nelghlx" Ik oil unli-s tho roads wern , so bail n tenin could not get to llm , uhsriiulfs. Hip bin) shrunk so that she null weighed 411 pound, Mrs. Cnthrriiic Murray, nenr llruok' field, aged "., Hio hud llii'd in Mini county since ItKtlrst Inhabitants rniim i from llowaid county, .Mo., or from iM'iitui'kv or Virginia, John 1', Ixiomls, president of Con vention hull, ami a prominent Inisl nest man of Kansas City, He wca bom In Ni null, VI... In Id. Lrnil snil 7.1m In llir llnrlta. paH a Washington special: The IT' !ort on the lend and rlnc ilepolts In tin Ozatks has been completed mid wilt bo sent In the printer shortly. Tlii" rcimrt will go oulte extensively Into tint geological problem of lead and zinc. It will show the condition surrounding ore deposits, anil take up rxtonahcly the geological fnmwitliil.s as u guide to future prospectors In Mliowlng Ihn indications of ore. In cluded In the report will be n valua ble inn p. which has been prepared r.t grent pnlns and expense, and which will show every detail of the lend nnd rlne fields In the Onrk iiiiiuiitnlua, each section being n tenth ol mi inch upline on the inup. The. map will In clude all of the territory from St, I.ouls and Kansas City down to Tort Smith, Ark. It will take in n large, pnrl of Missouri, the northern part ot Arknna, and the northeastern part of Indian territory, Tho liivesllg'i tion Js otto of the. most cxhaustlio ever attempted by the survey aud Is expected to be u handbook for tlwso Interested In the development of tin mineral resources of tho section. lnr of I'reslilentlnl I'nstiiinslrrs. Changes In the salaries of presldcu tlnl postmasters III Missouri are an nounced as follows! rarmlngtoii, II, GOO to 1,M0; Fredericksburg, $1,400 to Jl.li"); Kxcelslor Springs, 11,100 tn $1,000; (iUlatlu, II, MM to $1,C00; (Irnut City, l,MH.i to Sl.toil; llnrrlsomllle. $I,iU) to 11,700; lllgglnsvllle, $1,700 to llMKl; Iliiutatllle, 11,100 to $1,100; Ironton, $1,000 to $1,100. Vim II it WKe Kills llrrsrir. Mrs. I'.thel Muxwcll, nged 20, took carbolic acid, nt her home, In St. Louis, mid was found by her hus band, dying, with their two-ycnr-old girl clusplng tlm mother uroimd tho neck, Mrs. Maxwell had been III, uuj rcw despondent. WESTERN CANADA'S DECEM- fiER WEATHER EQUAL TO THAT OF MAY IN MINNESOTA. fo the Kdltort Thomas Itrgan and C. Collins, of Eden Valley, Minnesota, went out to Western Canada last December as dele gates, to look over the grazing nnd grain lands that arc being ofTcred at such low prices and reasonable terms. This Is what they say! "We arrived In Calgary about the SOIh December anil although we had left winter In Mlnnesotn nnd Manitoba, we wero surprised to find beautiful warm weather at this polnt,iUlte equal to what we have In May In Minnesota. There was no snow nortraceof winter to be seen, and the climate was really sptendtd. Horses, cattle and sheep were running out, tn prime condition, with plenty of feed on the prairie, and really better thnn that ot ours stabled In the south. We are impressed with this country as one of the finest mixed farming countries we have ever seen. The Immense tracts of fertile lands, well sheltered nnd abundantly wa tered, leave nothing to be desired. Leaving Alberta we returned east and visited the Yorkton district In Assinlbola. Wc drove nut about ten miles at this point nnd were highly pleased with the splendid samples of grain we were able to see.wheatyleld. Ing Si bushels, oats CO bushels. Hoots were also good specimens. I'rnm what we hare seen, wo have decided to throw In our lot with the Yorkloncr '-satisfied that this part of the conn try will furnish good opportunities for anyone nnxlnus to ranke the nest of n really good country. Any agent ot the Canadian (lovcrnmcnt, whose advertisement appears elsewhere in Ihn columns of your paper will give you full particulars of the new ills trtcts being opened out this year In Astlulbola and (Saskatchewan. Yours truly, OLD itu.vnun. HnaalnK the Mnvr. The young man had taken ntT his .oat nnd hung his hat carefully on the hull rack. Coming Into the par lor, lie went to the tire and held his hands out to wnnu thnn. The girl nnltcd for htm to sprnk, but It was rvldcnt Hint ho was n 1 ..-. 1 1 f 1 1 1 young mnn, nnd knew not how to licglu tho conicrsntlon, 1'lnnlly hn mild! "It was very, very iuhl last night. stayed nt homo and hugged the itovo all the evening." Tho girl turiKil her great brown ryes toward him and said, with Juit s tinge of nrt In her voice! "I don't seo uny use in hugging a stove." It didn't require a hoiiso to fall on the young man, even If he was bath- fnk and ho promptly resolved nut tn I. - .... I ! . 1 -. llllg UUJ IHUIU PIU.tB. IXIIllllllJI News. IMsstuiliiiis In llriMer-llnins. The discovery ot tho remains of a mastodon near Neuburgh, N. Y., last summer, recalls thr fact that the best 1 preserved skeleton of one of these huge animals now tu lie found in our mu ' leunis was nlso dlacovrrrd In n marsh ' near Ncwburgh. That part of the I Hudson vslley appears to hnu been a favorite haunt for these American etc t phants. Inspection of the place whera the latest dlicovcry wns made empha sizes the fact that beaversweieconteni pararles of tho mastodons, and that bcaver-dams were as perilous as quick anils for the massive bivuta who icm turcd to set foot In tbcni. Youth's Companion, 1'lie- IIimi'I I.Ike II. Kansas: City sulnonmen declare Hint If their places ore closed on Sunday, newapnpers, baseball, theaters, meat shops, ctcunust cense doing business. I'nlr flroilnils Bold. The St. l'ratieols county fair grounds were sold nt publlo aiition, a few ilny-i r.go, to Thomas 1-ing, tli'l consldcri.tlon being H.WO. Killed hi' n Train. lien J. Douglass wns hilled at Hun dolph Springs, Itnudolph county, by a Wabash excursion train. Ills houia was In St. Louis county, llles vn Way In I'liner-nt. A. I. Taylor, ngrd SO, fell dead at Nevada white on his wuy to take n train to attend Hio funeral of his daughter nt Kort Scott. Wits HuulInK ltnlil.lt. Albert Yates, aged 13, accidentally shot and killed lilmn-If while hunting rabbits near his home, lllch Hill, Uates county. Ilonlilnl lis' mnllnl. The cnpltal slock of the Collin county National bank at McKlnney, Tex., has lieu Incicased from $100,000 to $'.'00,000, Konnil Head. Sheets, a carpenter, va Chmlex when our leading physicians them- to"11'- diod by the slda of tho Mlssou reives, arc being won Sver to Its use. ' H l'acltlc track, at Scdalia. HI. skull lluera the lilent Plnnerra, The Iloer I. the Ideal pioneer. From the days ot the great Trek, In 1837, and tven before that, he opened up coun tries hitherto unexplored by the white man. A great deal of fuss has been made of mighty travelers, Kngllsliand foreign, who have traversed Africa, to the vast pecuniary benefit of their pub lishers, and with uo small meed of fame to themselves. Hut there was scarcely one of the old Voortrckkrrs nnd hunt ers of the '40'sand 'SO's who did notac eompllih feats of endurance, pluck and lengthy travel which were ten times as trying, N, Y, Sun. An American nhv.lrUn has s habr Steel ane yesr old. This bnunrltif Infant hi Inch wonderfully developed muscles that when hia fatbar holda a can la hi two hands It will (rasp it and drsw Itsalt up ta ii vnin inrre umea. ijvvoiea j'srwiuisn could hsrdle wUh for s better illultrstlon ef the prehensile powers ol bable. Tsajt muti ne very nesr inetr monxej sncsvson In AmericsIxindon (llolie, llnslsifss llepsrte. Strsnce IjiJy What'a tb prle ef tkb iron bedatfsdT Desler Twelrs dollsrs, msdara. "How much ofl If I pay cash'" "Msdsm, if you don't psy esah th Ma I not for sale.' Detroit I re l'reia. Tnale for Seulplnre. Sculptor Madam, your daughter hss a nesutiiui tool, r in. i i.u v.. -..-t.A.l- How much would you chsrg to task a bust Ol III UUOsC, Ton Can Ciet Allen's Pnot-Uasc FIIKK, Wrlli In.l.v tn All.r. M. Ill, I-nv N, Y tor a FlU'.i: Minnie of Allen's 1'oot- rjise, a powoer to shske into your shoe. It cures chilblains, sweating, damp, awollea, aching feet. It ntakea New or tight ahoea easy, A certain cure for Corna and Ilun ions. All druit. sad shoe stores sell It. 15c. Willing to I,y.-"Whsl do you think of the propoflilloa to tsi hsehelvrsf" saked in awret young thing. ' un, luiurlea ought to b tased," rrplled Mr. Cruatle. Smart THE MAUKETS. Nuw York, May 21. CAT-fLM-Natlve Hlnr....l I i) till 11 I.OTluN-lllJOIIliK k IJ ki I'l.Ol.'ll -Winter Wheal,.,, 3 61 w I IW u iii.-at-.n.i. : itei ;t ti UUIlrt-4 WJ I, 1, o.Vlrt-N... J 1 JJ! HT.i.OUIH. COTTO.V-MldOllllg :H iii.v. i.nniviiM ,, at cown ami iieirers. z m tiAI.VUH-lpar V"t j I vnin v mr lo wiioice.,,,,, HIIKCI'-I'iilr to Cliolra.,,, 1'XOL'H-J'iili liU Inuw) uihir Uruiles,... witrxT-Nu. a lieu COIIH-Ku. 1 ;,. IIATH-No. Z. HVi;-Ni.. 3 lOUAUi.'O- l.bgn Leaf Ilurluy.... HAV-C'lcur Tllnotlir 10 ill iiiriTi.ii-iiioico liairy.... llAi-ilN-Clcar Ulli i:ii(ln-I'rcsli l'iiliK--HiaiiilsrilMrM(niiw) lULl' CtioltH, meam CHICAGO. riATTLi: Natlvu Btn'rs..., hi kih Kair to unoice. J) v w it .J 4 ! is a 6 WVi 1 1-, u III! U !) U 1 !) r 1 40 7i u 711, IIHU IIS So!. ." .... it ii 4 Kl 111 1.1 if -J inn i'j ... iJ 13 75 ... o . " f I Din si I "J HIIICi:!'-Kalr to Cliolco..., l'l.OLill Wlnlor I'ulanls,,, KprlnK ratvnta,., WIIKAT-No. I SprlllK No. Hud COItS'-N'u. 2 DATS No. 2. 1-OltK-Mrsa II 75 U II V) KANHAH CITY. CATTUi-Nallvu Hlr 4 SO U I 70 a m n a v. If. t iVln 1 75 I 7i a w If i VI 1 11 kl) 7Jy, 7IU '1W( 73h, .... ti JJ HixIS rulr to Cliolco IU IIMAT rC. 2 JUU ctwN rso. 5 V) it 41 it OATtt-No. ............. . WAXt m;w uiiurjAntf. IT-lU'R-Hlph Ursdrs 1 a If COI'.N-No -J if I A1 Wavtiirn 6 HAY C hole Hal (liO I'tmK-sinQsni jh i w f i c. IIA iii ninr. niu niui,,, COTTOW-MMcJIllIB LOIIIRVll.Li:. WHBAT-Nn. 3 Itod 71 COIIN-No. :., 44 OA'ln No. 2... M I I 54 l'rlvnta Mnttlnir Card, rrirste Mailing Card ith culoretl views ol scenery on the lliirssp, Milwaukee & M. l'aul Itailwav. neat nn receit't of ten (10) rents in atampa. AdJresa V. A. Miller, lienersl 1'aiweiiger Agent, I nteago, ill. W'bst Did He Me.inr-Itlter "Havtyou wan my issi iHiemi lleeiler "I liope M Philadelphia Kveaing Ilullatia. !4V l'UKK New Mesa UACON-Uhort Ittb CUl-l ON-M1 JO ling .., 5J? 7S 75 41 A Connolenea Between Member. "I understand," said one member ot th tegi'lattirr, "that the trnator whom we re cently elected was beaet by footpada and rulilied in I'nria." "llear mel" answereil the other memlier ot the legtalature. "Those Trenchmea hav such a brutal and direct method of getting a man's money sway from him." Washing ton Star. Ti Cnuse for llevollon, not worthy of your devotion, mk r . .., ,,,. , mur lainrra gov lao-.'y, lia-n t he?" onkers Ststesman. The lloalnn llnr's llatieh. . . -. ..I. , i . . . i r wr.irrn i-uiiir rancn, neiiinsing in in elilldreu n( stilne fluton ieiiple, li.is lieea named by them "Kocu.," UeniiH it is whert tit sons raise mest. - lloptou Trsusitipt. Snmewlmt IIIITerrnl, Th Oroeer I undsrstand you said I aotl you a Jug of rider that had water in itt The lluteher You have been misin formed. What I aald was that rou aold me a Jug of .water that had a little elder la It -Clileaan llallr Xws. l'io's Cure It the beat medicine we ever uied for stl sITcrtiona ot the throat and lungi.-'W in. II. I.nuilrr, v snburrn, lnd Feb. 10. HUM. A hav. to b eon.ldereil eieenlionatlv good, muit show traits of hia mother. Ateaisoa iiioiie. Ilnsale's Crnnp far Th lit saver of children. No opium, Mela The obeeo man has no friend In a crowd d street ear. Chicago IMily .ea. Druieiitla la the bine of the human va tern, l'rotrrt yourirlf agilml Itsraragraby lue uie ot Herman a i rpmn num. Time, tide and soJt wster salt man. CMcago Dally Nci, fx , IS 74 ft K Oil for InlaoU and Children ?. .... j jjrn- 0f (Ajar" In Usa For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought aoooaoooaDooo a a 5 'WW S Tied Up When the mutclet fetldrswa snd tied op and the fleah ltolr, that Z Usalon la g a Soreness . o StiffQess a fromeotdorovfreaerclse, U s latla hal a aboil lima afltr O St Jacobs Oil ! Uipplletl. Thtrur It proupt And turc. IN WET WEATHER A WISE MAN WEARS OILED WATERPROOF CLOTtlNO MaWR ON VtLtdsf ML KEEP YOU DRY MThfK ELSE WIIL (PS TAKC NO JUajTITUTM CATALOCUW TUttt KmlNa Pill I. I Nr. OT C AtsTV H AtiU MAI . A J TOWER CO .BOSTON. MA33. SI1MI t'S VOIR NAME AND ADDRESS I n't m-m frrotpt t( I will rrxi l.nHtwitttjii wlifrrlif imi will 1-9 IH--rllr Ustt.l fir ft tuliiatawa nf tiftir IIinssi ihi ItHtirtt.iMr, us I 1ft fi.nin In K, Il ihiu you BbMilgtc'r lolilii4f. Will tu Jf It. S. KkUO. I mrv) 1-tiMi Hterl, Kl laouli. Wo. Use CURTAIN S)F CIRC. ?S Match Starts the MgqI If You usg a WICKLESS FLAME Oil Stove No Fuss No Muss tf ynur flrtUr tlicnif Mrrltn tu Iho nrarfl.l STANDARD OIL CO. EDUCATE YOUR BOWELS Don't neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but see that you have at least one natural, easy movement a day. Pills, salts and liquid physic are dangerous because they strain and weaken the bowels. What you want is a mild but sure tonic laxative, that tones and strengthens the bowels and stimulates their movements. Such a laxative is CASCARETS, and when you try them, you will find that it is the easiest thing in the world to make and keep your bowels clean and regular, strong and healthy. Sample box 10c, Month's treatment 50c By keeping the bowels dean, all serious disorders arc PREVENTED BY m ar t W sw x sWka ft- a) a LIVER TONIC 25c 50c, ALL DRUGGISTS. IHIIfL loneM, l4 bitn, hmd blood, wind lllllir en lh ' fcloate bwla font UUIIb mtti,hteh.lolliellou, pimple. iie,Miiutr complexion ImwiIi 4oaC move rsu llvr lr uuntMN. Wkenrm MluaftorMU larlr vmm mrm uttlu sick. Woplm thu all llUr Mmwtm iogHhtr CastlPllen kills more farter fr tb chronic aXImenta md long yaam of M Sort as tkat eomo aiUrwarda. No matlar what alia voa, start taking- CAHCAHKm to-dav, for you wUl mTtr gat wall and bo well all tho ilmeuulll yon pat your bowala rlsbu Taka mur advlrf atari WtUt CAAOAJEtKTB todaf. under mm absolute cuar an too to oars or money rsliindod. M NEVER SOLD IN BULK. SflM Morft. nt Mr lt ItMllMHUI. W m will Mil (JAMAHCTI Mlallr sarnt rruad4 eabay txlar two 1M boseo alva taaaia fair Mal trial, mm sr1atjla alracllttaa aaa If yaa are Cat atlad, rurailsraaallrturalianaHa(loo a mum tba raipr ta ar atall. ar taa firuaiitl frmm wbaat yati paraaaaM It. aad sal raar aiaaaTv back far balh Imjii. Tulit aar atfvflra aa atliir what alia van r t. amy. Ifaaltb wtll dalckly fallaw mm4 yaa wMlklM taeday t)4nai ftTKULDU fitaUH CU., MW I0UH or tlllclGO.