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1 1 (p) : t : t t t 8 i : FOR PUKE DRUGS Fancy and Plain Wall Papers and Best Oils and Paints go to ll Proves to be a Hot One 1 List of Jurors. B Siiii If vou want a Beautiful Hand we have a few left over from Bag, w I the Christmas trade, that huv at cost. : : ' : : you can X X x x : t : : : : : i . . i ') : : You're Needed. Sullivan Cruse At the heme of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs M. C Cruser, last Sunday morning occurred the marri ige ot their "Success Magazine" for Feb ruary opens with an artic wnicn should create a decided Pun C"i 4.1. 1 . .i o.iioauuu mruugaout tne coun- -.... Ti I. ii.. n n y. i is me nrst ot a series daughter, Miss Annie B Cruser I entiled "The Shameful Misuse of near Joanna, to Mr. Will Sul-! or weaitn.' The author I livanof near Monroe City T Cleveland Moffett, journ:'! F Burnett pronounced the ! whose previous work has creat words that them man and wife e& a vivid impression in magi After the weddintr a dinner was zme circles Mr. Moffett served, there being only a lew invited guests. Will is one of the best young men near Monroe City and was delving into one of the burning questions of the dav. Tne fac that a set of people dine at th Hotel St. Regis, New Y iri all who! froin solid,tf()ld service, and da hit hi ir PctpP ill i 1 1 t i V r 1 IT . I 7 (..,.... 1 .J I J While Annie the i J """ mat sum up very es-1 tolal ot ont thousand dollars a and is 1 "- w,llie seventy tiiousara cmiuren in tne same city are fripnrU i oul'kred to go to school in the morning without breakfast b knew him. wine one of his choice is a temiable young woman thought a great deal of by her friends. Their many wish them a long and prosper ous life and may they always be happy and contented Miss Rtlla Spiker, one of t' e charming young ladies of Ely, was a shopper in tiie city Friday. Mrs. O Saturday tiv -. R Emerson with u ..I ..,lriw Of SI E VhNS UFLU. -1. V. -Ill f.n.l ii lilMlll " " w m.j ... ... It ltuntiQir t a Aa11 v '--Jy-" hcmlvalrnlMUvlni; l.UAKHN IBBU ruivy.....-- Our Line Rifles, from ;J-00 Pistols, irom Shotguns, from 7.50 Ask y,mr deatcr.tnd Inslit m our cooui. If you cSD- ot obtain them .let u loom ud will slilixltrecl.tipresi ujpaia, ujiuu retclpt of uiT'THE MARK llh our R1FU! PUZZLEl This tlcvus uovelty will lie inmjioa r i J. STEVENS ARMS d TOOL CO P. a BOX 4O0I PHIOOPCI Jf AUAt,0.t.A. cause their parents are too p to buy food, is not a condit that creates a pleasant picluit Mr. Moffett says that ov twenty-seven thousand b.ibi were born in the Lying-Li H pital, New York, last year; f the patrons of this institution , wuu represeni a weaitu or Hi -sPent lions of dollars, oravp Ipss th. , Bluff City rela-UoOTntn itBC.,r.r,r,rr -nr. the institution is now ov i eighty thousand dollars in den This is certainly a harrowing state of affairs. In his seri s Mr. Moffett will take up every phase of the misuse wealth iis effect on law, marriage and ti e people of the community; in short, he intends to show that the luxury of rich America us is greater and more pernicious than that of the Romans before the tall of the empire. The ed itor of "Success Magazine" an nounces that Mr. Moffett has been probing anu! investigating his subject for eight months or more, and assures us that no ex aggerated statements will ap pear in his work. to to to $150 50 35 iViM'T Tail to send for UiiistrateUiataloK. llisa i l ..t if:uttf rrfcrrmi', ami apeaU to all lovers interests! In the .fraud snort of sh.tii.r. Mallei for 4 cents In stamps to .ay p. ist.i;:- 0 W. Rice, of Buchanan County, Mo., has moved to what is known as the George Green ranch, south of this city. Ed ward T. Leake, of Saline Township. Clay Underbill, of Saline Township. S A. D. Kauble, of Jasper Township. James Moore, of Perry. A. M Hopkins, of Salt River Township. E. W. Osborne, of Center. D. H Smith, of Center. Phillip Stewart, of Saverlon Township. S. E. Northcutt, of Saverton Township. A E. Griffin, of Saverton Township. J T Keithley, of Center. G. L Hampton, of Saline fownship The above were selected jurors in the Watson case Friday even iutr. In his presentation of the case to the court, J Will Hays made this statement: Dr. Lillie, of East St. Louis. will testify on the stand that Mrs Watson came to her death by the most deadly poison known to the world." The prosecution has sixty-one witnesses. Jas. P. Watson, was first wit ness, Ms testimony in suostance was: The mare driven by Dr Watson has run a way twice. In turning around she is the quick st animal ever een. Dr. Car- staphen was in the bug(-y when mare ran away once. Mart kicned bunny to pieces. She was high bred. Harve Caldwell was second witness. His testimony was I met Dr. Watson and wite driving on that road July and 5. George H. Engle. county sur veyor, was third witnes-: Iden tilled plat of bridge, he made at request of state, as plat was drawn on three different scales the defense objected. Objection overruled Miss Crit Harris was fourth She was fishing July 4 at the bridire. It rained hard. She saw the log. Miss Bessie Hayden fifth Lives one mile from bridge (Jould see bridge from home Siw two people in buggy, man driving at trUO p. m. Heard arties in buggy conversing, but did not not hear what thty said Mark Foster met Dr. Watson i nd lady at approach of bridge " about 5:30 p m. Roads were rl on account of rain Mrs. Phillip Dunn did not i.'W Dr. Watson but knows Jas. Watson and (,'ray mare. On July 5. saw ray mare tfoing ast with man and woman in lUUgy Bridge one mi'e from i r residence Was 6:i5t) when "uggy passed her house. Phillip Dunn's evidence same as Mrs. Dunn's Mrs. Maggie Sikes was at the oridge fishing July 5, it raim-d very hard. Saw Jones Wats u and wite going ast at 3 o'clock Half hour later they returned going west. Saw log under east end of bridge. It extended into the water. Her sister sat on log and fished. Was under the bridge to secure protection from rain. Wm. Rick was returning home from New Loudon July 5. oaw Jas Watson's gray mare attach ed to buggy occupied by lady and gentleman. Met them at 6:30. They were going west, it might have been 7 o'clock. (oacvTiMuao on pao d The Soiithwft is really in need of nothing save people. Morn men arc needed You're needed. here re vast area of unimproved land land not yielding the irW of whieh it is capable. The same thing in a ililTeront way is true of the towns. Few lines of business are adequately represented. There are opening for mills and manufac turing plants, small stores, banks, newspapers and lumber yards. The oil and gas (ields til' Kaunas, Indian Territory and Oklahoma arc practically new and offer wonderful opportunities for devolopement along commercial linns THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW. The Mi K. & T. has no lands for sale, we are simply interested in the upbuilding of the country. We believe in the Southwest, and know that with its present needs and opportunities, the prospects are brighter and the future more hopeful than in the older ami more dense ly populated States. We want you to Investigate conditions and sat isfy yourself of the truthfulness of this. On .1 :i.n n .!v ITth. Ifahru :ir; 2t and March 21st. the M. K. & T. K'y will. sell III I I I Ehi flip excursion tickets from St. Louis. Hanni- I U t "1 UW bal and Kansas Citv to Indian Territory. Oklahoma and Central and Kastern Texas at Oneway second-class COLONIST'S tickets will b sold on the same dat s at one-half the standard one way rate, plus 12 01). You should take advantage of this opportunity to see the South west for yourself. We arc in possession of all sorts of informa tion valuable alike to the investor and homeseeker. If you are interested ti ll us what you want, how much you have to invest, and we will gladly furnish the information. Write to-day for a copy of our Hook "I5usi-n'-ss Chance. " It's free. Address $15 Roni Trip. Unaccommodating. Mr. Cityflitt (re.idinv): The widow of that "commuter" who was killed in thf railroad wreck as been awarded 00.000 dam anes. Mrs. Cityflatt: There and 've been trvin to induce yu to move to the suhurbs for years you mean thing! Pack. 4'KVTY,M ST. LOUiS, MO. Senator Bite, ol Tennessee, s opposing itateliuoc1 for Okia hotna. Senator Hate should re member, when congress Irled to slam the door t ; f statehood in fennessee's face, and how the old state of Franklin" organ ized a provisional state govern ment and forced congrpSRiona 1 recognition of her inherent right of full local self-govern ment. Reliability Is Wanted. O. S. Marden in ''Success Magazine." The great prizes of life do not fall to the most bill Han t, to the cleverest, to the shrewlest, to the most long h 'aded or to the best educated, but to the most level. he, i .led 'men, to the men of -onndest judgment When a mm is wanted for a re sponsive poslllon, his shrewd ness is no! considered so im- When we fail to ge youi laundry. When you are ready to send it, phone i us and we will uet it in the next lot. Or phone numbers are 122 Bntf im and 44 F. & M. Monroe Oty Steam Laundry Leo and Misses Macrina and Laura Beii. ot Stoutsville, have ut-en visiting their grandfather, Jn.igeJ W. Bell. his si.und judgment, s whal is wanted. . i'i wil hnul being I, if he s thrown, can on his feet? Can he el upon, relied upon cumstances to r.othe nghl ihun;, IhexeiiHible thing? I Has the man a level head? Has lie good horte sens? Is he liable iff n .i tangent or to "go it locked?" In he '"fad H.is he "v heel- in bis Doe he lose Ins temper or can he control him 1 1 hi can keep a level in der all cit i. u instances. if he caiiiin; he thrown off his balance, and is hones1., he is the man wanted. portaii' a Reliabtlit Can a ma trippe ; ii be land u, be (lepi i'i under I c to fl . I off ha dy?" head ?' eas I sell? in ad Shave at Strean' Ground Oil Cake. Wood Bros. i Homer W. Starr. CounJ cii B L.ff. Iowa, came in Satur day to visit friends made here when her husband was the Rec tor ot St. Jude Church. INDEPENDENT Telephone Service MEANS MUCH TO ALL THE PEOPLE 4- Its Great Success in the Past riAS BEEN BY REASON OF ITS LIBERAL PATRONAGE: JJtsJPuJure DEPENDS UPON THE CONTINUANCE OF THIS PATRONAGE. B mm IBK'llii i