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CORRESPONDENTS. TAKE NOTICE-Kltidlj mail jour News T.otters
so they will roach tbltofllce NOT LATER than Tiidsday of each wcek-Eu.
Co. Clork and
Com. 1st Dlst.
Com. 2d Dlst.
Com. 3d Dlst.
W. 0. Crow
P. P. Frysinger.
ez-ofllcln Register of
H. M. Bullek
John A. Spohn
II. 0. Fellow.
J. M. Jones.
0. C. DeGraw.
Geo. II. WrlRht
J. II. Criswell, Gate.
W. O. Rutledgo,
Thoi. MoLaln, Gray.
THE MISSION OF BIRD SONG.
(To rar fellow Urd, l'rof. A. C. rations nod Wlfei
Yes ol' summer time's a oomln'
With a slszle o' the sun,
An' I hear the pheasant drumciln',
Klnderdarln' to the can.
Bo, I whistle to my setter
An iny huntln' Jacket don,
An' I'm off to set an get 'er
Where the tangle luro Is on.
Through the thicket o tho linden,
O' the sassafras an birch,
Conjugatln' liundea linden
In that dew bedraggled search.
Smollln' poplar blossoms bloomln',
Drlnkln' nectar o' the linn,
Hearln' turtle doves a groomiu'
For their cooln' mates to win.
Drunken with the love o' llvin',
Uollln' in the apple bloom,
Slghin' for a chance o' glvln'
Every other feller room.
Room to spread an' room to holler
In the orchard o' hie soul,
Room to make an honest dollar,
Write his name 'pun n scroll.
As I creep amid the tangle,
Peerin' thru tho hazel brush,
Try In' hard to get an angle
On a lonely little thrush,
Singtn' out his soul in narbte
Inlils covorty o' pine,
Then I lelt an urn o' marble
Had enclosed tho heart o' mine,
As I took ahead to bahirh
Davllght from his sunny lifo
To an isle where other vaulh
An' all harmony is strife.
Then I broke the cbala that bound roe
To that stony heart o raise,
Broke the spell that all around me
Seemed the thrall o' Eglantine,
Then I whistled to the pheasant
To the plovtran the quail.
Be a bleiiisg for the present
To jour kindred on the trail ;
Wiag jour warbles with a gladness
In the shadows o' tho glen,
Banish every note o' sadness,
Teach the thought o' love to men.
Then I burl my loaded fowler
In the darknais, sang a note,
With the guiltuess o' n prowler
Thumpln' in ;ny thirsty throat,
An' I whistle to my setter
That the slaughter quest is wrong,
That each life' a thousand better
lu the haloo' a song.
H. 0. Fellow,
And now after all Aliornln we have,
had comes this talk of the Hessian lly,
chinchbug, grass hoppor, weave), warts,
warbles and warm weather, all con
spiring together ngalnst tho wheat
Rosh Beaver couuty will harvest the
biggest old wheat crop sho has ever
Knowles Is not lacking for entertain
ment th!i week ; two cars of hogs to bo
loaded out, one of cattle, two dentists
In town, one bono doctor and one mov
ing plcturo show, to say nothing of
Brother Hoay at tho camp meeting.
W. G. Parker and Forest Daily
metered to Woodward Thursday and
Rev. Perry left for his home at
Cherokee, having closed a ten days'
meeting at this place.
Father Degroat Is so far recovered as
to be able to be down town and expects
to be at work soon.
That Man liinshaw reports the
Uarnos rale as liming been not very
largely attended, but that everything
sold fairly well.
Emer Hull Is carrying a couple of
crutches for company this week as n
result of having picked up an eight
penny nail wlHi ins lelt lore-iooi.
Keith Sagerty Is bossing Alklro at the
levator during Knur's absence.
Our tonnship ofllcers are to be com
mended fur the manner In which they
are fixing up tho roads leading into
town. A nlco concrete culvert has
been placed over the well known mud-
hole south of town.
0 B Still
Alan Takes His Own Medicine
Is an Optimist
Hh hat) absolute faith In bis medicine
ho knows when he takes it forcer
tain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery for
an Irritating cold are optimists they
know this cough remedy will penetrate
tho linings of the throat, kill the
.germs, nnd open the way for Nature to
act. You can't destroy a cold by su
porllcial treatment you must go to
the cause of the trouble. Ila an opt!
mist. Got a bottle of Dr. King's Now
WhoVs Family Dependent.
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family dopend on
Piae-Tar-Honey," Maybe someone in
your family has a severe cold perhaps
it is the baby. The original Dr. Bell's
Pino-Tar-IIoney Is an ever ready house
hold remedy It gives immediate re
lief. Pine-Tar-Honey penetrates the
linings of the throat and lungs, de
stroys the germs, and allows Nature to
act. At your Druggist, ?3o.
Curst Old Soros, Other Remedies Won't Cisel'
V lie wont canes, no ruatltr ol how lone tUmllng,
re cured lr In mwdrtlul, old tellable l)r
Vorter's Autlaeptlc netting OH. It tcllem
"ln and llcsls at the same lime. ISc, 50c. J I JO
Geo. Dane formerly a resident, of
Blue Grass community but now of a
neighboring community who has been
ill for several weeks Is reported Im
Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Borcn Sundaycd
at the Gregory home.
Mr. nnd Mrs O. W. Adams spent
Sunday nt the home of Mr. Adams'
sister, Mrs Elmore nnd Mr. Elmore.
Master Audrey Adams and his sister.
Opal, visited their grandparents near
Miss Yirgio Sbrader trim has been
suffering from an attack of appendi
citis Is reported some better.
Madison is to have a straw Mftj'TMIh
and the children young aitU old are
counting the days It takes a very
little sometimes to make a chihl happy.
Mr. and Mrs.,3. B Wells of Kuowles
are the guests of their daughter Mrs.
Ciirs. Uirdiall of Madison.
O. O. Meyer who has been the rural
carrier out of Madison for the past
two years has rosigned his position and
Joined the ranks of thoso of tho "horny
hand of toll."
John Swallow has run another spur
and A. V. Fuller and Frank Kades are
now 8abscrlbers of tho Madison tele
Rev. J.T. NelT attended district con
ference at Guymou tho pas; week.
Clifford Fuller is assisting tn the farm
work on the Geo. Dane farm thia sum
mer. Mrs. Myrtle Bealmer and little
daughter visited relatives and friends
here the past week.
Miss Ycrla Stevens was a guest at
the Woodward fiomo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wells were guests'
of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gregory Thurs
day. Mrs Wells' health is much better
and her confidence in the treatment
seems unbounded. Her many friends
will be glad to hear of her improvement.
Blue Qrnss Notes.
(Crowded out latt neck.)
Mr, nnd Mrs. Tout Brean snout Hun
day at tho homo of Mrs. Brean's par
onts. Oh as. Criswell it the owner of a new
Ford car which lie purchased last week,
Mr and .Mrs, Alfred Petty were
guests' ot the homo of his sister, Mrs
Sadie Gillcsplo and Mr. Gillespie, May
Bruce nnd Doyle Rock who recently
went to Colorado on a prospering tour
write that they are not satisfied nnd
will -probably roturn to old Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Milium arc
visiting nt.tho home of their parents.
Misses Opal and Bernice Criswell of
Lnverne were visiting relatives here
J D Brown has completed his paint
ing contract on tho home of Mr. Risinr
and is now at work on ths home of Mr
A fishing party from I.averne sponl
eeverul days nt the Beaver Dam.
Rev. J. T. NclT, tho pastor of th
M. E Church at Blue Grass, preacbet'
to a very attentive audience Sunda)
morning, May Oth. Tho next regulai
sorvice will be a morning service, Ma
Tho annual olectiun of ulllcers lu tin
Sunday School was held Sunday morn
ing, May Oth, following the Sunda)
school hour with Rev. J. P. Neil af
chairman. The ofllcers elected are
Supcrintendent, Miss Metta M, Wood
ward ; Assistant Superintendent, Mrs.
O. P. Grantham; Secretary, Miss Julia
Boren j Treasurer, Miss Verla Stevens :
Chorister, Mrs. John Coffman ; Organ
ist, Miss Nellie Coffman ; Asrlrt Organ
1st, Mrs. 0. P. Grantham; Librarians
Estn Stcvons and Clyde Teter,
Ono of tho members of a fishinp
party will havo reason to remembei
tils last Sunday excursion for days tc
come. In drawing out n bass from tin
Heaver Dam the ilsh escaped but In
somu unacoountablo way the hook be
came entangled In the man's face and
although his friends used every means,
some of them severo, to dislodge tin
hook even resorting to n razor the un
fortuuato man was afforded no relief
Ho was then taken to n doctor li
Lavcrae by Mr. Lewis who was n1u
enjoying the delights of a day spent In
tho country. Tho name of tho unfor
tunate one wo did not learn.
F. A. Stephens is building a home on
tho land acquired this spring by Mr.
I. E Slovens Is adding a new room
and otherwiso improving his property
recently purchased of G. W. Petty,
The Misses Ida and Alico Criswell
enjoyed a visit from their oourin, Mltt
Mario Criswell of Laveroo the past
Geo. Powell who has been the guest
of K. Cook tho past week has returned
J. II. Criswell and A- L Petty made
a business trip to Ashland, Kansas, the
J. J, Fray of IJoaver visited at the
home of John Criswell on his way to
Gate, returning home Sunday.
J. II. Criswell shipped two oar loads
Master John Patty of near Madison
was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ohas.
Criswell, the pnst weak.
Everyone) of this vicinity seems to be
In ft rush to get their spring crop:
Several of the; Liberty singing class
attended the singing claw at Bethany
4 Swaiwitu lugh (that Watklns man)
was around In this neighborhood last
Claudo Myers of near Couch spent
Sunday at Y. W, Hayden's.
Hugh I.elrlo and Ray Hayden re
turned from Colorado last Saturday
The boys are rather proud of their land
out there They are thinking of re
turning to It before long.
Wm. Huited is farming the J. M.
Liffel place this week.
With tho balmy breezes blowing,
Comes the warbllug of the birds,
Now all nature seems aglowing,
Beaver's plenteous voice Is heard.
Sunshine and rain has come again so
has the thistle ; but the farmer disc Is
killing most of tho thistles.
Gporge Barrett drovo to Knowles
Dr Buckinaster handles his new auto
Corean Drum (14 years old) passed
in the 8th grado examination.
There was a show nt Sunset Monday,
Jas Scobee says 0 diss tiucks are
missing from his implement store hero
About 76 persons were out to tho
school house Sunday night to hear
At tho Socialist debate Saturday
night the majority favored the gospel
The German have gotten so they can
kill 1,1 10 people with one shot from &
submarine torpedo llred at the Lusi
tanla. Every dog fights for his master's
Civilization is not being destroyed, it
Is pretended civlzation. Not Ideals
that are being crushed, but pretence
It is not religion that is being denied.
It Is fraud. The world Is not going
back, it Is simply understanding the
facts about itself.
Our creed 'should ever be to set a
good examplo to others ; a light to the
world. Every person is a standing ad
vertisement. A new commandment I give unto
you that you love ono another. Bible.
Little deeds of kindness,
Mixed along with love,
Gives us kind o' passport,
To that home above.
DR. MORROW'S HOSPITAL
H LIBERAL, KANSAS sg
fc Dr. A. M. JUOJUtOW, Surgoon in charge. S
To Drive Out JHnlarl.i
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVli'S
, J. Johnson and family were the guests J-A, 7. .. ,.i i ., ) . T
t it , t t, u o i what you are taking, as the formuI is
4 i . I', uiunuuuumi. i nrinleil
Rev NtfT will fill his regular ap
pointment at Blue Giais Sunday even
ing, May 23d.
printed on every label, showing h is
Quinine and Iron in n tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iiou builds up the system. SO cents
Forms of Rheumatism
Rheumatism Is a discaso character
ized by pains in the joints and in the
muiclea. The most common forms arc :
Acute and Chronic Rheumatism,
Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheu
matism and Lumbago, All of these
types can bo helped absolutely by ap
plying somo good liniment that pene
trates. An application of Sloan's Lin
iment two or three times a day to the
affected part will give invtant relief.
Sloan's Liniment is good for pain, and
especially rheumatio pain, because ii
penetrates to tho sent of tho trouble,
soothes the afflicted past and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment la all
medicine." Get a 26o bottle now.
Keep !t handy in case, of emergency,
May 16. Fine growing weather,
Mrs. Klepper has onions, radishes
and lettuce from her garden already
We know because wo sampled them
Sho also has two Incubators in oper
ation and something llko two hundred
little chicks, besides little ducks and
Messrs. Bingham nnd Bob Nicholson
wcro in the neighborhood Writing in
surance this week.
Frank Jloblnson is hauling his grain
Ladle' Aid will meet with Mrr.
Klepper on Thursday tho 27th Init.
Mcsdames Thompson and Johnson
wcro shopping in Clear Lak Friday.
Ilaynes Tinnin visited his unci.?, Roy
Cone, last Sunday.
Mrs. Laura West and baby are spend
ing a few day with hor mother, Mrs.
James Harford and family.
Mr. Neff's are moving on to the farm
they bought of Mrs Thompson.
Mrs. Ned and daughter, Miss Jewell,
drove over to Surprise Thursday.
Mrs, Frank Robinson visited Sunday
at the Hothcock home
Mr and Mrs J B Howe enterlaiucd
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klepper to dinner after
Sunday school last Sunday.
Miss Jewell Neff has a new mandollc-
gultar that she is learning to play nice
ly. Locust blooms and yellow roses are
making the air sweet with their per
fumo Just now. There has. been a
succession of beautiful tlowers this
Mr. and Mrs . A. V. McOlurg will
spend the week end at his old home
Okob A Wkbk.
White Man With Black Liver
The liver is n blood purifier. It was
thought at on'j time, it was tho seat ol
the passions. The troublo with mosi,!,
people is that their liver becomes black
because of Impurities in the blood due
to bad physical states, causing llilluus
ii ess, Headache, Dizziness and Consti
pation Dr. King's New Life PilUvill
clean up tho Liver, and give juu new
life. 23o at your Druggist.
TIM Oulatae That Dots Net Allict Thj Hear;
Iteeaute ol ila Ionic and laxative eflcct, I.AXA
Quinine and does not cauie nereomnets line
ilnctng In head Kememler th- lull raiue am)
look lor Ibc sisnature ol It, W OKOVli, 2X
POSTS and GLASS
Good Old Colorado Coal
You car fikid just what you
want at our yard and our prices
are right, too. Come in and
Yours for Business,
PAUL W. LIGHT & CO.
E. D. UUMPUREY, Local Manager
Livery and Repair tSHop
Fully Equipped . Work Guaranteed
Gasoline and Oils
"When your car "Goes Dead'' cotno to us.
All kinds of repair work done and we guarantee'
to give satisfaction or no pay. Brinjj in your
crippled cars or call us and wo will coma out
and lix thorn.
You are invited to make use of our FREE AIH.
and lill up your tires at our expense.
Cleanses the Liver of Bile
Sweetens the Breath
Purifies the Bowels
Corrects Dizziness -
Restores Energy and Cheer fal Spirits
Price SO cent's
JAS. F. DALLAItD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold by P. C. TliACY, llcacr, Oklalit-ma
Yon Meed a Tonic
There arc times in every woman's life when she
needs a. tonic to help Iter over the hard places.
KC n t,m? omcs lo yu' J'011 kll0w wIia toic
lo takc-Cardul, tiic woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
3 LXeliSU-M,3I. on llc Ykeiied womanly organs,
??Jc feW ,c,n ba?k l0 strc"S and health!
H has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
success, and it wi II tin n :nmn w ....
You can't wake a mistake in takinc
The Woman's Tome
foY wo o Sfrdul '? ,l,c Rrca,cst medicine o n earth
so x3 ,HBeIorc l beRa.,1,, .take Cril l was
!Z,Ild "crvotis, and had such awful dizzy
S J?oald;Pi00r appJ,1 ,c- .Now l f as TftU and
i? i R .as lcvcr dldt a"d can eat racy it anyOiinc."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dcScis"
was Helped TIious ands.