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Co You Want Missouri Landf
According to a report prepared by
the o!fl:luI of tho land tifheea; nt
Springfield Here are now 2'j,2VO acres
of government land in Missouri sub
ject either to csH or homestead entry.
This la hardly more than a tlilrd of
the amount of the government land In
tti slate a few months ao. Several !
cahli en '.ilea ot several thousand acres
fcave Iwwn mnde In the last five
months. All the land that la lift la
In small tracts scattered over the var
ious counties In which It In lorntej.
The hind la divided among the various
counties as follows: Harry, 1.4-0
acrej; Henton. &0; HollliiKcr. 300;
Camden. 2,)00; Carter 320; Christian.
403; Crawford, 500; Dent, 1.4S0; IVwtr
las. 620; Hickory, 7C0; Howell. 3G0;
Iron, 4.500; lyeelede, 600; McDonald,
1.200; Madison, 2.000; Maries. 76; Mil
ler Ef.0; Otvgon, l.ftuO; Ozark. 600;
Terry, 520; Reynolds, 2.l?0; KIpley.
1,030; St. Genevieve. 620; Shannon,
1.H00: Stone, l.r,00; Taney, f.00; Tex
as. 2 ,.100; Wayne, 1,100; Wriuht, 1,000.
The County Clerks Elect.
E. K. Zimmerman, futility clerk of
Anderson county, was re-elected presi
dent of the County Clerrs' association
of Missouri at the Kansas City meet-liiK-
The other officers reelected are:
J. A. Lawrence of St. Francis county,
flrt vice president; Hoy A. McCoy, of
Caldwell county, treasury, and A. M.
Snelton. of Livliiuston county, treas
urer. The aaxwiat.on created the of
fices of secoud and third vice presi
dents and assistant secretary and
treasurer. K. A. Dickson of Carroll
county was etec.ed second vice presi
dent; Kol.'a Timmons, third vice presi
dent; EdwarJ lumpsum of Green
county, assistant secretary, and Forest
Martin of Randolph county, a.c.-Ut;int
Missouri U. D. C. Officers.
The Vnited laughters of the Con
federacy, in session at Jefferson City,
elected the following officers: Mrs.
Matilda Weldemeyer Gantt, Jefferson
City, president; Mrs. C. C. Rainwater,
St. Ixwls. first
vice president: Mrs.
J. V. Mercer,
Mrs. G. F. Sohrutch-
Thornton rough. 'Jef
ferson City, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. J. m. rhillips. Kansas City, his
torian; Mrs. II. V. Warth. Nevada.
registrar; Miss Frances Hopkins, Lib
erty, recorder of cresses; Mrs. Melvlna
Murray, Liberty, honorary recorder of
Kentucky bluecrass was Introduced
In Mlsiwiiirl by an emigrant of the ear
ly d.i in order to prevent a wholesale
cxoduH of Kentuckians back t.j their
native sod. The tall wild prairie grass
of Missouri, stretching from "eternity
to eternity,"" as one of the pathfinders
expressed it, made the homesteaders
seasiik. The boy ho led the expedi
tion William Smith by name is yet
living In Jiacon, Mo., and his front
lann Is velvet carpeted wttn the blue
grass brought from Kentucky In ISM.
Mr. Smith ns S) years old the first of
last May. He was 22 years old when
he led the exe!iiioti from Kentucky
to this slate.
New Missouri Coal Rates.
T he Missouri ltard of railroad com
missioners has announced a new
freight rate schedule to be charged by
the railroads in this state for the
transportation of coal. This s hedule
places the rate upon a mileage basis
and is founded iiKn the opinion of
Chief Justice James It. (iur.tt of the
supreme court lu the Mctlrew case
front Lexington, decided by the court
last spring. Judge Gantt, In the
opinion In the McGrew case, held that
when a rullrond company made a low
rate between two points to meet com
petition, It cannot make a higher rale
for a i.xe distance a here there Is no
Military Academy Burns.
The I'nlverslty Military Academy
building whs totally destroyed by fire
at Columbia. The building was valued
at 15.U0. aith about half na much
Insurance. The origin of the fire is
unknot u Thirty two buys are en
rolled. The school is owned and con
ducted by Colonel J. It. Welch. Tern
Krary arrangement were made for
the caro of ttie boys over night, until
a permanent building can be secured
New buildings III be erex ted as soon
as possible. This school was founded
In r."Hl, and la a select school for
wealthy bos In the edge of town.
Polk County la "Dry,"
The local option election In l'olk
county resulted in every township in
the county going "dry." 1 be total
vote In the county was I.C'jS. The ma
jority BgiU'ist auliKHia was l.ri!2. The
wet" vote was &i3 and the "drys"
X.l 15. The ratio agalust tho saloon
was more thau S to 1.
A Colonial Relic.
E. M. l-AfTcrty of Mlddletowa has a
specimen of colonial script issued to
the Revolutionary . Idlers during that
war. It Is In the shape of an ord. r
for aeveu milled Spanish dollars, gold
or silver, and Is qul.o a curiosity. It
la dated February, 1776.
Has Plenty of Fuel.
While boring for gas a man near
Amsterdam drilled lhrots,h three reins
of coal and then sunk a gus aell at
J"0 feel. The fuel question should
Hot worry Mm much fur a ahlle.
The Missouri Showed Him.
F. II. Newell, director of tho L'nlted
States reclamation service and a mem
ber of the Inland waterways commis
sion, who has returned to Washington
after an Inspection trip through the
West said that the most Instructive
part of tho entlro trip was that from
Kansas City down thw Missouri river.
The members of tho waterways com
mission, on the ride, down tho Missouri
Bave consideration to the present con
dition of transportation on the rivet
and the possibilities of Its Improve
ment. 'It Is apparent." said Mr.
Newell, "that any peneral and e im
manent Improvement of the lower
Mississippi river can be had only after
the Missouri river has been perma
nently Improved and caving banks
protected by revetment. The amount
of sand and clay washed Into the Mis
sissippi river above St. Louis Is enor
mous and serves to clog the overload
ed stream. It Is estimated that cacn
year a volume of earth represented by
one square mile. 400 feet In depth is
thrown into the Mississippi river.
It is a saying among the Inhabitants
along; the Missouri that the river has a
first mortgage on all the land between
the bluffs. As this is the richest land
In the country and includes a strip
from two to ten miles In width,. the
value of this mortgage runs into the
millions. The river annually fore
closes on several thousand acres of
land and it Is estimated that the value
of the land destroyed would pay for
the cost of reveting the banks along
the entire length of the river where
Want the Pythian Home.
KfTtCts' will be made by the local
lodges of Knights of I'ythias to secure
for Springfield the Pythian home that
Is to be erected in Missouri. Com
ir.it tecs will be appointed and business
men Interested In the movement. The
project originated at the recent grand
lodze held In Springfield and is to be
definitely settled at the annual meet
ing In St. Joseph next year. A com
mittee wr.-j appointed at the grand
lodge meeting to look up the matter of
a favorable site, and It Is understood
that Fprinefield lodge members will
endeavor to obtain the building for
Springfield. It was decided to con
struct a building to cost between $12",
000 and lSO,ooo, by the time It is
complete. More than J34.0OO Is said
to be already at the dis;osal of the
order. St. Joseph. Hannibal, Sedalla.
Jefferson City. Maryvllle, Moberly,
Mexico and Kansas City are already
making an effort to secure the pro
posed Institution. It Is likely that all
of these towns will offer the Pythlana
a site free.
His Crest Distinction.
Fletcher Farre-U. a former Paris
boy. now with the Third National bank
of St. Louis. as elected Missouri's
vice president of the National bank
ers necoclatton at Atlantic City last
week. HI rise in banking circles has
been rapid and Ills latest honor, com
ing unsolicited, evidences the high es
teem In which he is held In the world
of finance. lie Is exceedingly popu
lar among bankers of the south and
middle west and has made his way to
the top by his own efforts. Hut his
star performance, according to the
Fails ..lc-r. dry, was when as second
baseman of the old Paris Maroons lie
batted a tnousand right nioug and has
been keeping up the gait ever since.
Lasoed An Insane Man.
Fate Hood, ahose home la near
Crane. In Stone county, it leased from
an asylum for the Insane recently, be
came violent and drove his family
from the house. He then set Are to
tho building and stood guard with a
shotgun until the building waa de
stroyed. Hood next went to the homo
of Thomas l.akeing. his brother In
law, drove the taniDv out and burned
the house, stuin standing guard with
the gun. A posse was Rtithetvd to
capture htm, but he eluded his pur
suers until W. M. Pas surprised him
and caught him with a lasso. Hood
was placed In live Motie county Jail,
Ccese Were On a Spree.
A farmer near Osteoid couldn't
Imagine what malady bad attacked his
geese. Their legs would not suport
them, and several of them were given
up as dead. Goose leathers are worth
something, and the time to pluck a
KHe is wiien the body is still warm.
So the fanner's wife got busy. One
goose was nearly undressed when It
wrlgeled and began cackling Indie
hrtully. The astonished woman
dropped L and It waddled out the
kitchen door, followed by Its sudden
ly revived sisters. The geese had
eaten pi up from a rider press aud
were ou an applejack spree.
Snake at Millinery Opening.
A large blucksnake attended a mil
linery sale in Osceola and caused con
sternation among the shoppers. It Is
presumed ttie snake was a female.
Robbers In Webb City Depot
Four marked robbers blew opeu the.
Missouri Pacific aafe and secured m0
in checks and casi at Webb City, af
ter binding and piling a heavy trunk
on the iilght operator, C. U Cash. Af
ter the roldH-rs were gone Cat-h kicked
the receiver from a telephone and noti
fied tho telephone girl eif his predica
ment.. A Lemp Caused His Death.
George Crooka who was burned at
his cabin in l.iils by the overturning;
of laluy died from bU Inturtea.
ADVICE TO VICTIMS
TELLS READERS HOW TO CURE
RHEUMATISM AT HOME.
Directions to Mix a Simple Prepara
tion and the Dost to Take Over
cornea Kidney and Bladder
There U ao much Rheumatism every
where that the following advice by an
eminent authority, w ho writes for read-
era of a large Kastern dally paper, will
be highly appreciated by those who
Get from any good pharmacy one-
half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion,
one ounce Compound Ksrgon, three
ounces of Compound Syrup Kareapa
rilla. Shake these w ell in a bottle and
take in Uaanoonful dxscs after each j
meal and at bedtime; also drink plenty j
of good water.
It is claimed that there are few vic
tims of this dread and torturoas dis
ease who will fail to find ready relief
In this simple home-made mixture, and
in most cases a permanent cure is the
This simple recipe is said to strength
en and cleanse the ellminative tissues
of the Kidneys so that they can filter
and strain from the blood and system
the poisons, acids and waste matter,
which cause not only Rheumatism, but
numerous other diseases. Every man
or woman here who feels that their
kidneys are not healthy and active, or
who suffers from any urinary trouble
whatever, should not hesitate to make
up this mixture, as It Is certain to do
much Sued, and may save you from
tnuch iilsery and suffering after while.
A prominent planter recently had
occasion to visit some of his holdings
in southern Arkansas. The land waa
situated several miles from a railroad,
and it was necessary to finish the
Journey in a buggy. So he took a
friend with hint and started out.
After traversing several miles of
sparsely settled country, they came
upon a farmer plowing corn on the
side of a MIL The planter, wishing
to appear civil to his neighbors,
stopped bis horse and jelled at tho
man, who came to the fence, mopping
bis face with a red bandana.
"Tou live here, I suppose r
"Fair to tn'ddl'nV
"That's a bad bill you're plowing."
T know It. Had boss, pullin; th
plow, bad plow, bad everything."
"Why, you talk tfke you were the
poorest man la Arkansas," laughed the
'I ain't, though," was the response.
as the young fellow smiled good
naturedly. "Another feller owns fcalf
O" tils crop."
Aa old Aniebeiiuut negro in a small
southern town was arrested and
brought be-fore the village magistrate
for drunkenness. He asked for a law
yer who bad helped him out of
scrapes before, and the magistrate
sent for the attorney.
The young man came Into the little
office, where the usual crowd of spec
tators bad gathered, and asked the
old negro: "Weil, William, what are
you charged with this time?"
Sadly tho ancient dajky replied:
"Itoss, -1's charged wid whisky!"
Ocbso Gx.ldt fcpuk anxieiusly?
"J understaud," he said, "that :ny
came was brought up last evening at
the Knickerbocker club."
"Yes. that is true." said L'Oignon.
"And would you mind telling me
er what action was taken in the
"Not at all. The secretary was In
structed to purchase six quarts of
blackball for the uo of the mem
bers." TAKE THEM OUT
Or Feed Them Food They Can
When a student begins to break
down from lack of the right kind of
food, there are only two things to do;
cither take him out of echoed or feed
lilni propvtly ou Lod that will rebuild
the brain and nerve cells. Thut food
Is Crape Nui s.
A boy writes from Jamestown, N. Y.,
saying: "A short time ago I got Into
a bad rendition from ovetstudy, but
Mother bating hcaid about Grape
Nuts fiKHl began to feed me on It. It
satisfied my burger better than any
other fiX'd. and the? results were mar
velous. I gtit fleshy like a good fel
low. My Ubtial morning headaches
disappeared, and I found 1 could study
for a long period without feeding the
effects of It.
"My face waa pale and thin, but la
cow reund and t&a rouslderablo color.
After I bad been using Grajie Nuts for
about two mouths I felt like a new
boy altogether. I have gained greatly
in strength aa wc'.l as fk-th. and U Is
a pie ,i s.i re to study now that I am
not lothered with my be ad. 1 passed
all of my examinations with a reason
ably Rood K're-enli:e, extra good in
some of them, and It Is Grape-Nuts
that tuts saved me from a year s delay
In entering college.
"Father and mother hsv both bcn
Improved by the use f GrapeNute.
Mother was troubled with siet'i less
Distils end got Vtiy thin, and looked
earn worn, the I as Ruined her nor
ma! strength aiid looks, and sleep
Well Bights." "Theresa a Reason."
Head Tie Koaj to v:utii- lu
tsnthmen'e Novel Courtship.
Lt uls I Kramer csme all ll.a wy
from Yuina, Cal,, to marry a girl be
Lad never seen. The bride was !!
Flora Wcw, a pretty young woman
of Taneweij county.
The groom wrote to bis aunt hre,
Mrs. Patterson, to put M.ti In forts
munbation with a g(;I who woUd
makt him a good wile, as be was lone
ly on bis ranch Ifj Colorado. Mrs.
Pattersotj recommended Miss We-ite.
a jieighlnr's daughter, and correepeii.1
enre w as beg in.
The girl wa tak n with the ro
mance tf the affair ad when photo
graphs were exthar.ged end proved j
satisfactory a proposal quickly fol- ;
lowed. An acceptance was written !
and then Kramer came east to tlilnx j
bis bride. The marriage was eels- j
brate-d the day after his arrival and j
the couple departed Immediately aib- I
erward for Yuma. Weaver News,
An Ambition. j
"So you want to become an ambas- !
sador," exclaimed the man of power, i
"Yes," replied the opulent person. I
T thought you were dc-vote-d to your ;
automobile. When did you become in-
teresH-d in diplomacy ?" i
"I'm cot especially Interested in ;
diplomacy. What I want is to get i
some position where 111 have govern- j
sent protection against arrest for
violating the speed regtaiicn."
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
ttttUlftL AI'PI.KATIOVS !lffitM TW
Uit rt f lb d.MraM. klArrii t t,t.j .r r.rotl-
Jrfc. H1-; etrrs C"r : Dot n iV-
ctfc. It wt prMffTH4 L.f unr erf iLr tfl (.tit!-1!!
It t c.-iri?'?d of tbe t-; tvinc e"n.b.4
twv. t otf'l fit U t:t I ' -"i'lm tutt, zrrfui r- )
uit la cur.r e ct.-a vj-at t jh'iik, fre i
. J . t H k v l v Id, rie-i., ia, U
S-i'd hr Vrvint'. prrt .
lute iih.l t i 1'iUe ljr eootUtlA. ;
How It Happened.
Gyer I was In a railway wreck
seven years ago, and I never got over
Myer You must have been badZj
Gyer 1 wasn't hurt at a!!. I didn't
get over it be-cause I crawled from un
der. Se? Chicago Daily News.
Irrpcrtant to Mothers.
Inctet cxrrtr.j errrf tvKt cf C.'.TC)Tf!.V
a Mf snti rare maedj fcr lnltx.lt s&4 etuKijea,
and w thai U
la Cs Tar 0t-r 30 Year.
Ttw aUul Yon Lj Aiwtj Caut&
Wisdom of Experience.
The Iiache-lor I wonder why a
vt:an always lowers ber voice when
she has occasion to ask a fas or?
The B-;sedict Oh. It gives her an
ctKrtun!ty to raise it biel.tr la case
ttie favor isn't granted.
That an article may be good as weJl
aa cbe-ari. and Rive entire tatis.'action.
Is proven by the extraordinary sale of
De-nance Starch, each package con
teinlng one-third more Starch than
an be bad of any other brand for tba
Saved by a Neck.
"Won't you bave another drir.kT"
said the kanparoo to tic Kira!!e as
they Etood In frt nt of the x bar.
"No, thank you," rej !ied the
plraffe. "Or.e drink poos a long way
altU me, you know."
Precice Degree of Intimacy.
Nan Young Mr. Kitchicy is away
on bis vacation, Isn't he Are you
and he on curre sinindinK terms?
Kan Not quite but we're oa pic
tures postcard terms.
Tj prevent that lred fe-clinR 0
Ironing day V".e IV fiance Starch
saves ttnie aaves !:il ir caves annoy
ance, will not stick to the Irem. The
bin IS o. package for 10c. at your
The people who arc climliir.f Into
th ccrle-siastlca! band apin are not
ire ones who are making the heavenly
mtink- In this world.
Many a ir.nn wenild rather lie h'T
akcd for iriforuiatien than say: I
Hides. Peits and Wool.
To p-l full Va'ne. lnp tn the- dd reiir.l.Je
N. W . Hide & 1 hi V ;., M;iiihjh i, iiii u.
No nian Is as dangerous as ba
thinks fcouie woman tt.ii.ks ttt ia
VI I IOVV 4 I.1 lllttt HK I NM1.HTI Y.
K i lln-IU lut ilii I'.el lie., li! 1 :..'.
AU areT in 11 Ule 3 tM. !- fcav. i et-uu.
If a man slee-ps In church he densn't
neceiKai sly drcaui cf !nen
Isuf' Jvnile Iiiiilcr t't.-ir hi a rr&
lte. our eie-aier or Lrttin' arlury,
What ripens fast does not List-
r Wt V.w e !V. ...
Lydia E. Pinkham's
-r.T -"" sS "ZxTT'IV TSk-
17 f W WW U V
I Rfj yj wf T
ELLEN M. OLSON
The. rpontslb$'iitjr for a dao?btr' J s-!.-!k. ax rrr i w
future larfelr rest with the mother. r .-!.?-pri I v tw
t(,- ,H. inf.-. ' ftU.-
mation w-hico is of vitad irjtrt to
the dauj-ht-r imparts at tae prrprr
time bas tiet only saved the Lfe imi
insnred the ancct of cicr a bean
When a plrl a thpnta teeota i
s!nf eish. with heaa.ise, d,zr;nr or
a (iispoaitUm to sleep, paias So bar it
or lower limbs, eye dia. Jeire i jt
sditode; when she la a mrstrr to
berw-lf and friend, her "mother
should come to her aid. aDd reniTa
ber that Lydia E. Pinkhjira's Vece
teble Compound, made from &ative
roots and herbs, will at tbi time
prepare tlie system for the comisr
chanjre, and start this tryiBe' period
in a yotinjr piri's life w-iihtut pa:a
or irreg-ularitie'S. Jt haa bn thes
depended tjpen for two ireneraUoiia.
Hundreds of letters fron ycmcir
p-irls and their mothers. exTprrKin;j
pratitode for what Lydia . Fink
ham's Vegetable Compound baa done
for theax, are cocstaiitly btirg re
oeivetl. M'itfs Elen M. 0'.sn. of 17 S. Earf.
St., Ke-w-aaee, 111. wrives4
IX-ar Jlrs. Finkham:
-I !;ive hi 1 tie be i-y.m ia err t"-3
for itt si knss and tt-r aJ tbrinci.t tut
an ot rat-on w as ne'ctiary. I bad ttia:iie.
other reraedv ta3 ETioh a record of a7tuaJ cure- of fmal
ills. Thousands of vromeu resieiicg ia every jart of the Unit!
States ln?ar willing testimony to the wonderful 106 of Lydia
E. PiEkharn's Vegetable Compound and what it Laa done for tLezn.
Lylia E. PirAftiic's Tc?tab!c Compocci; a Wcaaa's Rcacij fx Wccaa's Us.
Oof Rich in
Truck and Fruit Farms of From 10 Acres to 640
Acres and Two Town Lots, for $2!0. Pay-
obi CIO per Month Without Interest.
.; Head What a Disinterested Expert Says cf Dr. Chas. F. Simmons E5.CC3
! Acre Ranch Now cn the KirkeL
Osrge, Cal iiirca 1, I 7. -Dr.
C. F. Siramr.s, Ssn Antonio. Tnis:
Pear Sir -Y'curs t h.ni. 1 wouij Lite to Live ctlle-d t tb c.-
when . cirte I irk. but it andiy and I to. i tt, t-a f r fcrrw. I
w oa jour &3,. re rah tfcree e:y. I fjun-i is tc.a;a Iv.-.er tus I
ei;i!ri. 1 a il :ii-t.-l m n.y own c;.r,i tt.it w:'.a rerv- w-.nj IrtMti.
wc have ia this country, ensftt, iczucji, u;i,y., is, cutt in-i a-iiaja
can be tuewsti-ai y fnn thrte.
1 am sure tbit t,u.a ci fcia Astocio U tie cxturU beau! ef the j'...J
The soil cn ytur land is meKh le,xi-r fr frait nW.sg t'na it is ra
this eiHirilrv. lciits vcu Lve a r-d tt1 elay su'.u. t..je ut ixrt.;irB L
furt t e bixe gravel acJ ruvk ti.it cxt r t l.id cusare.
We buve to rr;ne fc-re t Wt to a vcr and coat.'sui;'-r work
tVie crehrd. but 1 don't thr.k th: wcuid I e aerrtary on yetir kad in N Bta
Trig?, it litt not so truth oi it. bevaue t-e red cjl u t.d cs.xJViir ttvl
wiU e:ve the fruit a lttfr tivtT.
CltHitr er-hsrd in this ct-atry are wrrtb frora isyj to aad wal
nuts frvni L.'..0 to ' per arr.
1 th;rk rc-jth cf ?io .r.t.r.'t to tV.e Cu'f t a rtr mat-r tlien f-"
Lo Attfi'M, Cab. to S-.en Iher". CL. tx-ut the w:l t be-.tnT. tKr i
wstcr. sr.d the chirm'e u ;un f -ed to ftr I cotiM re and lr ly tj'
in; to rid t:'.er, and the Uni is o thcp tit every We-rinrnjta iKilJ
Live a bcTr-e.
I sra u.ne t4t in tHe sir future 5vf.H Tcv w'H be a MopnoM
fruit riti coe.ntrr and w'l l- as iVli a N.vstfcern t'r fma. snd
the rnsn who w:ii ke n-'wr in S n-h T.-n ; tSe B.a tlat d ti t,l
in cn this cht lti4 of v an Nff.-r it u ail n. A tr.i'a tt htt h4
ia jHiU'.hern CsLfrnat as tonf as 1 bate can r th f-ture rf S- H r-ia.
F.er-tf!y A. J. UOS
Kever before has tbera been such aa cncrraniy tt secure a tome ia de
llgttful location for so little money aal oa eacit easy terms. For I'.trrat&i
and came of cexrest Aj'tt, write
DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Ptara, SAN ANTONIO, T(AS.
17. L. DOUGLAS
S3.00 & SC.50 SHOES
rcJT " eV (Ot ivfv SKfM tt f t -
I" hiwolv. at Ai.i. HK.-ie
S-J,UUU m4 mu, A mZi
f?rinr i irt ) sMaai.tu i.
It. lJI k libam My mi- mmnutatMmrwf
TJ'ttK &l e-S" w. 1. it.-te4-iM sw rm, ? fe tu-.tf- .-:.;
ta I 4 iiu. at. I .i,f ti., u Wa iwif
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