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May 6, 1911, We are going to give our cus tomers another cfea:-, Ve have decided to give assfcr special sale on uggies and Next Saturday; on account of the bad weather last Sat urday only a few were able to come in and take advan tage of the low prices offered. Don't forget Saturday May 6 A. JAEGE Thomas -Miller. Miss Alta Thomas and William H. Miller, both of Elva9ton, 111., were married at high noon. Wednesday, April 26th at the home of Julius A. Jackson. Rev. Dr. McNair officiated. The groom formerly resided here and is a splendid young man. The bride is one of Illinois most amiable young ladies. They will reside at Elvaston. The wishes of their many friends here are that they may en joy a long happy wedded life. At Guildhall, Vermont, a wealthy widow woman is on trial charged with murder in the first degree. She is Mrs. Florence M. Dodge, widow of the late J. Marshal Dodge, former sheriff of Essex Co., Vt. Mrs. Dodge is charged with the murder of Wm Heath a decorator and a man of good reputation. The case is sur rounded with much mystery and while there seems strong evidence of guilt, the prosecution is at loss for a motive for the killing. We sell an oven made especially for baking buscuits for gasoline and oil stoves, bakes quicker than the regular oven. - A Jaeger. Mrs. Cleve Finnigan of Clapper returned from a visit with relatives and friends at Lakenau last Satur day. v Good Thiols to Know. Gooseberries contain citric acid, and taken in proper form, are a val uable blood purifier. Ripe goose berries, cook or raw, act well on both stomach and liver, being cool ing astringent; they increase appe tite and allay thirst. If eaten raw, they should be very ripe. Despite the objection odor, on ions are indispensable in cookery. When sliced, the onion absorbs h;d o iors and disease ;rms from the n. r ;.,:.j;kiT; reinovin:: !.n! siwlls. For this reason, a nu onion, 1 3 ft ly inrf about, should not be ei-'ten. Raw onions eatm are excellent in cases of bronchi! is, throat ail ments, nun colds. 'LwM- raw, they , help food digestion, lis harp taste i is due to a small auiouiii of sulphur ; which has to do also with odor. Ai eooiieu onion nas not uie stimuiat- 11 j4 effects of the raw. Lemon juice is valuable in cook ery and cosmetics and in cleaning. t is often used in place of vinegar. either as a flavoring medium, or to preserve the whiteness of various meats, fish, fruits or vegetables. The juice affords citric acid, which has much medical value. It is claimed that' healthy people are, as a rule, more fond of sweets than delicate ones, and that a taste for sweets is indicative of a normal healthful condition of the system Sweets are more valuable eaten di rectly after meals, when one is less likely to over-partake of them. Tea, to be used as a beverage should not stand on the leaves longer than five minutes; if longer. it will taste like a "stew." Lemon juice squeezed into hot tea, is good for the complexion. For a nervous person, put a clove or two in the cup of tea and drinK it .quite hot Rock candy is an excellent sweeten er for tea. Maraschina cherries are often dropped into the teacup Ex. . Theyoung man who knows how to lay off corn arid potato rows, and to regulate the distance of the same so as to get the crops, is worth a cowpen full of nice kid gloved, fan cy over coatetl fellows who know how to lead a fashionable waltz Setting a plow just right and ad justing the gears so that backs and shoulders of horses will never hurt are worth ,1 thmsdii i-tild m ire to the country th.ui knowing how :o pose in a parlor. Ye?, and a X that can !);ik . ,;;):' of bread a : i make a swet r.! of butter is w rcl a whole semi 1 ny of tlvv; st hand angels wii : in t.V "paid 11 ' and let their "ni no i.h, kit. he 1 woik. Ex Misses Herder and Ell i Winsor who have been i:lu ti ling school ::t Pal myra the pa.'t winter were thc guests of Miss Nell Landers the first of the week, departed for their home at Lynn Creek, Tuesday. Administrator's Notice. Notice io hi-rub glvcu that letters of administration on the ustato of William Mundy, diseased, were jjrant i'd to 'ho utiderniif nei un the 19th day of April, lull, by the Probate I'oiut of Monroe county, Missouri. AM )crron having claims against said estate uie rcrjuiivd to exhibit them for iiiovani to the administra ur 'i ithin on ..''ler th' flat'; of ii''! 1 Per, en- n ilia, be tr-.i;luded '.:: any bcn-iit ol '.r;i ..-tate, and if car fi-oin tin . 1, the;. -Ii i!i ! I. 4rh da (i Mi.-ri.' At i,iiiit"d within i.nt'j of ll.it, publi- ' r, .! Icier, il. '.! . ! !1. ' :.; 1 .i:vr.x A. "1 ' i-t r ill .r. A number of our baehaH - 1 ; : u -siasts wiiitto Palmyr ! -'' i la" m Witness the- line !;e!vv-.::i and Palmyra. The store was H u 3 in favtir o." Macon. Don't forget the special Buggy Sale at A. Jaeger's Hardware next Saturday. Another Rug Sale At Levy's. For year 1911 1 can offer to the public service a REAL DRAFTER of the best breeding and individuality my judgment dictates. You must not fail to see Missou : ri Starlight, one of the best jacks At - . . U T 1 in ine oiaie 01 juissoun, i ciaim for him a place second to none. Gabarret 51842 (70465) TO BREEDERS OF DRAFT - HORSES. Never in the history of the horse business have good horses sold higher than at the present time, the better the higher the price and having the interests of the business at heart I have purchased one of the best Imported Percheron stal lions that money could buy. GABARRET No. 51842 (70465) is a dark iron grey, foaled April 15, 1906, is 16 J hands high, weighs over a ton, with the bone, and proper draft horse conformation, Gabarret is one of the low down, blocky kind has been tried and is a sure breeder. MISSOURI STARLIGHT MISSOURI STARLIGHT is a black jack, coming four years old. 15i hands high standard measure, black with white points, has as large a bone, big head and ear as can be seen on any jack. I have colts on the farm that show how he breeds. He was sired by Tennessee Giant, one of the best mule and jennet jacks in Tennessee or Mis souri. Dam was by Belle Fonso. 2na dam Alice Barlow. Continued pedigree of Gabarret and Missouri Starlight may be seen at the barn. BARN AT ELY, MARION COUNTY, MISSOURI. OTH PHONES. TERAIS: Gabarret 51842 (70465) $12.50; . Missouri Starlight 10.00 io insure a living colt, money due when mare is parted wj,th or leaves neighborhood. No insurance in second party's hands; lien retained on fcolt for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but will not be re Rnonsihlft should anv occur. Do not compare this horse and jack with the little kind with no breed ing. Come and see this stock and their colts before breeding elswhere is all I ask. A. C. BOATMAN, 5-4 W. J. Rouse attended : a j meeting of the Scottish Rife Masons at Quin- cy Friday and witnessed- a class of forty-four bright Masons take the 32 and some lower degrees. Quincy Consistory does good work and promises better at the fall meeting which will be held in the new Masonic temple. After the work a banquet was given which was greatly enjoyed by the large number who partook thereof. Then the after dinner speeches. They were entertaining and good to hear. Citizens of East St. Louis, Spring field, Macomb and many other Illi nois points were members of the class. Senator F. W. McAllister was in Monroe on professional business last Friday. In a conversation with a Democrat representative Mr. Mc Allister expressed his utter disgust with the scandals growing out of the management of asylum No. 4 at Farmington and pronounced the whole affair a stupenduous outrage He cited the fact that not a thing was done to correct the abuses at the asylum until an outraged com munity demanded justice, altho the officials were cognizant of misman agement for some time. We place on sale another lot 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Rugs worth S15.00. Qtt flft Special, - ll.VU. Another lot of Smith's Ax ministers, 9x12, a regular $20 Special, $14.90. A Wilton Finish Rug, 9x12, ;LS25'00; $18.90. A beautiful Wilton Velvet Rug, 9x12, a $35.00 value,! Special for CI? A this sale - i.UU. We Have Many Other Bargains to Show You Levy's Dept. Store. On account of the bad weather last Saturday only a few had a chance to take advantage of our special buggy sale, we have decided to give our customers another chance next Saturday May 6th. Don't forget we are making some very low prices at this sale A. Jaeger. We are having a special sale on Onyx Granite Ware this week, every price marked down at a bargain. Take a look at our show window. A. Jaeger. See for Monuments. Be a Booster. Do you kiow there's lots of people, Settin' 'round in every town, Growlin' like a broody chicken. Knockin' every good thing down? Don't you be that kind of cattle, 'Cause they alnt no use on earth You just be a booster rooster, Crow and boost for all your worth. If your town needs boostin' boost 'er Don't hold back and wait and see If some other feller's willin' Sail right in, this country's free; No one's got a mortgage on it. It's just yours as much as his, If your town is shy on boosters. You get in the boostin' biz. If things just don't seem to suit you An' the world seems kinder wrong What's the matter with a boostin' Just to help the thing along; 'Cause if things should stop again We'd be in a sorry plight. You just keep that horn a blowin' Booster up with all your might. If you know some feller's failin' Just forget 'em 'cause you know That same feller's got some good points. Them's the ones you want to show 'Cast your loaves out on the waters They'll come back, if a sayin true Mebbe they'll come back "buttered" When some fellers boosts for you. St. Joseph, Mo, Commercial Journal. (.' Have you seen the New Quick Meal Oil Stoves at A. Jaeger's? Fattening Cattle on Blue Grass Pasture. Cattle fattened on blue grass pasture will make double the gain on the same grain for the first three months of fthe pasture season as compared with the late months of the feeding period. This important factor as well as the influence of age nitrogenous supplements and the margin of profit are discussed in Bulletin 90 of the Missouri Experi ment Station. This bulletin was written by Dean F. B. Mumford and records the results of five years ex periments in fattening the cattle of various ages on blue grass pasture. This extensive investigation in volved the feeding 262 cattle divid ed into 3S distinct experiments and ! is the largest and most complete 1 investigation of this subject which '. has ever been made in this country, j The bulletin will be sent on re ! quest by writing to the Director of ! the Experiment Station Columbia, Missouri. Fire destroyed $6,000,000 worth of property at Bangor, Maine,' Sun day night. There were heroic means used to check the progress of the fire. Many buildings were blown up to stop the flames and the fire departments of all the neighboring towns were called to help fight the fire. A high 'wind prevailed at the time which made it difficult to bring the fire under control.