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33Z Mother Oats Fireless Cooker
saSscomplete assortments Mothers Cereals - ali for LQ!x pass liliwiMi H The Mother's Oats Fireless Cooker actually cooks without fuel. It solves the servant problem, the fuel problem and the delayed dinner problem. It saves 80 of your present coal ornasbillr, and 90 of your present ki-chen worries. When you own a Mother's Oats Firclcr.s Cooker, you simply place your oatmeal (or anything else that you want to prepare) on t'.-.c stove, brkrj it to a boiling point, remove, plu.ee in I'ircless' Cooker, put the pad in position, tur t!, j dr.'v.--::r!:ij:, and go to bed. While you'rs f.'..;.: , -, C..-. food will keep cooking itself. Nothing c:.n h:l over or burn or spoil. During the day you can start soup or joints or vegetables, place them in the Cooker, visit your neighbor, go to the matinee, or shop, without any thought of a hot, stuffy kitchen ranje. Now, there is only one way that you can get a Mother's Oats Fireless Cooker, unless you want to go to a store and pay S3. 75 for it, and that is by being a user of Mother's Cereals, the best cereals, prepared in the largest miils, and sold everywhere by the best dealers in every town. in every package we place a coupon, and when you have 125 coupons we'll send you the S3. 75 Fireless Cooker for nothing. If you want a Fireless C.'uoker in a hurry, you can f m (....-.tr Duy ten packages ot i'J OTHER'S OATS or any .:',:er Mother's Cereals, and : : the Cooker immediately prying SI. 15 in cash or jr.i the following basis C 3 coupons and$ .75 cash 35 coupon and .90 ch 25 coupon and 1.00 cash 15 coupon and 1.10 cash : 0 coupon and 1.15 cadi -!? But the best way of all is to go to your grocer and ask him to supply you with Standard Oil is Dissolved. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 20. In an opinion written by Circuit Judge Sanborn of St. Paul, filed in St. Louis and St. Paul today, the Unit ed States circuit conrt for the dis trict of Missouri held that the Standard Oil company of New Jer sey was an illegal corporation, and ordered that it be dissolved. . The case was heard in the United States circuit court at St. Louis in April, 1909, by Circuit Judges San born of St. Paul, Van Deventer of Cheyenne, Hook of Leavenworth and Adams of St. Louis. Sanborn, presiding judge, wrote the opinion and decree, in which all ccrc!3 delicious every meal. Net :.'.' h it st : THIS FIRELESS COOKER M WSi V. kbdfi Pan bo with it. WfT VK&A A Mother's Kit which contains a complete assortment of different the jud6es concur, and sent them every palate and for with the concurring opinion of Hook to Adams at St. Louis, who filed them and entered a decree in that city this morning. Suit was brought to enjoin John D. Rockefeller. William Rockefeller, Henry M. Flagler, Henry H. Rogers, John D. Archbold, Oliver H. Payne. Charles Pratt. Standard Oil Com pany of New Jersey and about seV' enty other corporations from mam taming a combination and conspir acy in restraint of trade to monop olize interstate and international commerce. The decree grants the injunction sought by the govern ment. The case is one of the most notable in the history of the nation on account of the important indus trial and legal questions and the vast financial interests it involves. a:i advantage to ; h. r r.::cv.t quantity at c!.'.r.;xr to buy flour ..' . .c c ;..c!.) i in every '. : ... : -. r.r.ving of - ...rr.cv, a. special c ; :.i to eighteen il.'.'jd to the coupons from the packages in the L!., enables you to secure a Cooker by merely r.dding 9 cents. A Mother's K.t consists of ci(r!:t3cn assorted Dackatres of r? Cereals, packed in sanitary sealed nack- buy your attractive prices by l!lar:- 1c.-: Mother's quite a consider Fircles3 Coc.I.cr coupons, waica, wi Mothe ages, in which they are guaranteed to keep in perfect condition indefinitely. 8 package of Mother' Oat, standard ize 2 package of Mother' Yellow Corn Meal 1 package of Mother' White Corn Meal 1 package of Mother's Wheat Heart 1 package of Mother' Corn Flake (Toasted) 1 package of Mother' Old-Faihioned Steel Cut Oatmeal 2 package of Mother Granulated Hominy 2 package of Mother's Coarte Pearl Hominy This Kit can be purchased at your grocer s oy simply paying SI. 95 (a little more at distant points). The grocer himself will either redeem your coupons and deliver the $3.75 Fireless Cooker, or, if you so de- SOME GOOD ADVICE. If you have dandruff, get rid of it by killing the germs. If your hair is falling out, stop it. There is one sure remedy that will cure these misfortunes and aid you to remain young. Parisian Sage, the great hair re storer, is guaranteed to permanent ly remove dandruff in two weeks or L M. Wood will giva you your mon ey back. Parisian Sage stops falling hair it prevents the hair from falling. It is the best beautifier for ladies' hair, as it makes harsh, lusterless hair fluffy, soft and beautiful. Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly guaranteed by L. M. Wood. Frice, 50 cents a bottle. It can also be procured at 50 cents a large bottle from the American makers, all charges prepaid. Address Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. cation of mixed tar and linseed oil." - National Farm and Stock Grower. and 89 c directly to us and we will ship the cooker to you, express collect. THE GREAT WESTE.RN CEREAL COMPANY Operating mere Oatmeal Mills than any ether one concern BOSTON HV BAV , Blf T0U f BILADELF0IA CBICAOO MTTSSU19a UMXt t.tooii Cleaned Up. The Board of Trade of Cairo, 111., does not propose to have any more Thanksgiving. Through the night we watched his breathing, As our little darling slept; legal or illegal crime in that city While down by his cradle kneeling In the future it will make it its bus Th nmvfrs of our drief we went iness to see that violators of law Not a word was said in the still ness - The silence spoke sadder than speech For the language of sorrow and Ill ness Is a tongue only tears can teach. We knew in His care God held him, That the life which He gave He could take; That those chains which onr love had been welding, The Master could loosen and break. But fond hearts clung to hope, un despairing, With the trust of a childlike faith That the All-Loving Father would spare him, We asked for the Saviour's sake. And a great joy came with the morning, As the promise of life broke sweet; Death's Angel passed by in the dawning, Forgetting our babe asleep! are lawfully punished. They have organized a Law and Order League and have asked the Commercial Club to appoint twenty-five men to co-operate with them. Of course the request will be gladly granted. Justice. ! i None but the most radical or . vicious will contend for a moment . "the end justifies the means" and 1 j those who condemn the mob or! lynch law had better stop and con- j sider two things: First, the officers ; of Cairo paid more attention to the evasion than execution of the law, and second: Is this a truism? If the cause is just, then the effect necessarially must be just. Instead of spinning wild theories, take a cause to your own heart and then never condemn a people for doing what you would do. . Early Damage to Trees by Rabbits. ! A fruit grower of Southern Penn sylvania, who planted an apple sire, send the coupons orchard last spring, wrote to Prof it. A. Surface, State Zoologist, Har risbnrg, that for the past two months rabbits have been "barking" the trees, and some of the trees have been already seriously injur ed. He asked for a "solution" that could be rubbed on the trees to stop further damage, and inquired as to the merits of gas tar for that pur pose. He said that one of his neighbors had used grease or tallow with success. Professor Cur.'acvi answered ai follows: "Relying to your recenl letter, I beg to say that it is unusual for rabbits to peel trees at this time of year, but I am satisfied that the methods of preventing this destruc tion during the winter would be efficient and safe now. Among these are the following, stated in order of preference by myself: 1. Painting with white lead and raw linseed oil, made as thick as house paint. 2. Painting or spraying with the boiled lime-sulphur wash contain ing considerable sediment. 3. Rubbing the trees with tal low, blood, a freshly-killed rabbit, or the entrails of any animal. 4. we O mute Hallelujahs of feeling! Dumb, thankful Te Deums weep! By our little one's cradle while! kneeling, God left him here for us to keep Henry Young Ostrander, in the November National Magazine. Misses Maybel and Eulah Bowles of Palmyra, have been visiting their uncle, J. S. Scott George P. Johnston of the Fulton Telegraph and Sun came In Sunday to visit the old friends. v Utterback. Miss Lucy Utterback died at the home of her brother "Uncle Aus" Utterback, of Cincinnati yesterday morning at 4 o'clock, with a stom ach trouble. She was about 60 years old, and a good woman re spected and held in high esteem. Funeral services and burial at Green Lawn this afternoon. Rev. Ham preached the funeral discourse. The Enterprise extends sympathy to the bereaved. Perry Enterprise. Drs. Wood & Kidd. eye, ear, nose and throat Specialists . of Quincy, at Monroe Hospital, Monday, Dec. 6th,' until 2 p. m. Glasses fitted. Diseases treated The Fight Within. It is becoming more and more apparent that the Republican party is approaching a crisis which may prove the destruction of that po litical organization. Recent addresses by leaders of the opposing factions indicate that the "insurgents" and the "stand-patters" have reached the parting of the ways. Henceforth it is to be a life and death struggle for control of the organization and supremacy in congress. Aldrich, Cannon. Lodge, Payne and their colleagues in congress, representing the reactionary ele ment, and Cummins, LaFollette, Beveridge, Murdock, Bristow and other "insurgents" representing the progressive Republicans, are engag ed in the same kind of a battle that raged for years in the Democratic party with the Cleveland reaction ary faction on one side and Bryan and the progressive Democrats on the other, the only difference being that the Aldrich-Cannon wing of the Republican party is in absolute con trol of that organization. Judging from recent passages at arms between the leaders of the op posing Republican factions the fight is to be to a finish. No matter which side wins it presages the de feat of the Republican party in the next national campaign.- Quincy Herald. Hunting is Defined. Raccoons and opossums are not always hunted with a gun, but ac cording to the latest interpretation of the law, whether you use a gun or not hunting these animals, and have not a license, it is a violation of the new game law. They are not protected animals, but under the construction which Jesse A. Tolerton, state game com missioner, who was in the city the first of the week, puts upon the new game law, persons hunting the rac coon or the opossum in the old fashioned way are liable to arrest and fine unless they are provided with hunting licenses. Courier Post Attorney General Major says li cen:; is not required. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac For 1910. Ready November 15th, 1909, a splendid year-book, on astronomy and meteorology, the only one con taining the original "Hicks Weather Forecasts." By mail, postpaid, 35c, on newstands, 30a One copy free with a year's subscription to Word and Works, the Rev. Irl R. Hicks Monthly Magazine, the best $1 monthly in America Discounts on Almanacs in quantities. Agents wanted. Remember, the genuine "Hicks Forecasts" are not published anywhere else-you get them only in his own publications. WORD AND WORKS PUBLISHING CO., 2201 Locust Si., St. Louis, Mo. Cured by a Lemon. John Stephens of Steamboat Springs, Colo, has arrived and will spend some time visiting old friends north of the city. Notice to Hunters. The undersigned will prosecute hunters for hunting or trespassing on their farms. J. G. Buckman, J. F. Green, W.T. Miles, John Little, J. W. Hardesty. Leo Flannigan. Mrs. William Buckman and babe have been Clarence. j Sioux City. Iowa. Nov. 20.- Eat twelve lemons n dav for twelve Protecting by means of wire days Thigis the simple cure for ueiuug. tuberculosis recommended by Mrs. 5. Use of poison, traps, dogs and J Charles S. Bane, who. after being gun. given up to die by the physicians, "As a matter of fact. No. 5 should ; made herself a healthy woman by be combined with any one of the ' taking the lemon remedy, others. During the winter rabbits' "Boil the lemons until they are will often leave the trunks of trees palatable," she says. "I took twelve alone if freshly-cut branches are lemons a day in this manner for dropped on the ground where they j more than twelve days, but I saw cannot fail to get them. I do not marked improvement before the know if this would work in sum- twelve days had elapsed. I am a mer, but recommend a trial. j weu woman today. "A gentleman has just written to Mrs. Bane now is a picture of me that he used coal tar success- j health. Her lungs are in no way fully for borers, but did not state I affected and she swears by the kind of trees on which he he usediemon cure. it I am seeking runner imorma tion on the subject If coal tar or gas tar did not injure the trees, it Del Hagar and family left Thurs day for their new home, Dallas, would be effective in preventing Texas. Their many friends regret damage by borers and rabbits, but the change, but they feel like a year I do not think it is safe to recom-j or so of adoption in the Lone Star mend this as a preventive, tor, in State will prove to them that there my opinion, there is some danger ' is but one Missouri and only set of Missourians on earth, so some day they will trekeback to their old visitirut relatives in 1 saw what was formerly a nice or- home where there will be a wel- of damage to the trees, excepting under favorable conditions. I once chard that had killed by. the appli- come awaiting them.