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To cure the pemicions prnctice
of egg enting nmoiig liens nn ex
change suggests tlint it is n good
plan to make the nests outof boxes
about ten inches square and
fifteen inclips deep. This will
prevent the hens from standing on
he edgp of tho nest and reaching
down to the eggs after laying
them, and they will bo unable to
get at them w hile they are in tho
The remedy for pear blight con
sists of one part of sulphur to fivo
pnrts of lime, with a small amount
of carbolic acid added (the precise
quantity of acid not stated)
Sufficient water is used to make a
thin whitewnbh. This mixture
should be sprayed upon tho trees
at intervals during tho season,
commencing as soon as tho leaves
appear. An application should be
made at tho time the trees come
The oat crop for 1SS7 is above
the average of the last fivo yeais,
and is six hundred and fifty-nine
million bushels, thiity-six million
more thau the year befoie. Ten
States, Illinois, Iowa, Now York,
Minnesota, "Wisconsin, l'ennsyl
ania, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri,
and Kansas, produce about two
thirds of the entire crop. Last
yenr the total expoi t of oats was
n little less than six million bush
els. All kind of annual flowers, such
as mignonette, sweet nlyssum,
sweet peas, asters, and an endless
variety of otheis, which any one
can select to suit his own taste
from the florists' catalogues, can
be easily started under glass now,
and will flower a full month or
mofe earlier than if sown outside;
the haul ones will b?ar setting
out of doors as early as the grouud
can be worked in April, the
tender ones not before May 20.
There should be a garden club
in every town and villiage, to
awaken and encourage a proper
spirit ingaideniug, and it should
have the sympathy and help of all
who care for tho health of our
people and recognize it as one
of the corner stones of the founda
tion of tho physical and mental
structure of the race. The ambi
tion to raise good garden products
should be one of the virtues of a
It is all-important now that the
harness be overhauled and ready
for work. Badly fitting harness
is as uncomfortable to an animal
as is n man's dress when a suspen
der button is lost See to tho col
lars, that they fit well, and all
parts that rub should not chafl the
skin. Look to the feet of the
horses; those that begin work on
soft ground usually do better
without shoes. Tho feet should
he well cleaned when they come in
Farmers have no occasion for
buying many chemicals for ab
sorbents of ammonia. Dry earth
will answer the purpose well.
Sink drains when above ground,
should have the saturated soil re
moved as often as it becomes rich
in plant food, and fresh soil to
take its place. Dry sawdust
makes an excelent absorbnt for
stables and good bedding at the
bamo time if used freely. No
building on the farm will pay
better interest on its cost than a
cheap shed for stoiiug dry earth
or other absorbents for use m
stables. "Wo have no need to send
to Germany for minerals to use
for this purpose.
Tho New England Parmer ad
a ises that if Paris green is used
for destroying tho codling moth
that makes so many apples wormy,
it should be applied in fine spiay
while tho young fruit is so small
that it stands up on tho stem.
Tho poison then settles aiound or
in the blossom and just where the
moth lays her egg and the young
worm begins to eat. lie gets
poisned thea befoie doing any
damage, but if tho spraying is de
layed till tho apples are larger
and hao turned blossom end
down, tho poison will not be eaten
b) tho wonn. He has already
gone inside and has begun his
mischief. Were theie ten
times as much gieen used as is
necessary while tho young fruit is
standing eiect no human being
would get poitoned, as no one eats
thatpait of an apple.
A writer in Gaiden and Potest
sajs: "As soon as the weather
will peimit, and the giound be
comes d:y, examine the lilies
planted iu the fall, nud wheie the
frost has distuibed them make
the soil firm by tieadiug it down.
All lilies should be mulched in
the fall , but if this was neglected
it should be done at ouse. No
better mulch can bo used than
equal parts of leaves and half
rotted chopped manure It should
bo at leabt four inches deep.
Such lilies as L. Auratum, L.
AVallacei, L. Leichtlini, all forms
of L. speciosum, and the species
which flower after July, can be
planted now with success, if it is
done at once, and the bulbs are
stioug and plump. The top of
the bulb should bo tlneo inches
I olow tho surface when tho woik
is finished. Strong or green
manure should not be used, rather
plant with none; but if acoinpound
of well-rotted manure and leaves
can be had, use a spadeful for each
bulb, and mix it, throughly with
the soil. Plant firmly and mulch."
Whether bees aro wintered in
cellars or in chaff hives, they
should remain in their winter
quarters until settled warm
weather comes in, which may bo
from tho middle of April, pud
sometimes even later. This is an
important matter to begmneis es
pecially, as tho veteran has learned
probably from sad experience.
J3ees may b5 in tho best possible
condition, but if exposed outside
too early, and caught in cold
snaps, spring dwindling will be
almost shuio to follow. Bees,
when wintered in collars, aro
much worse in this respect than
those packed out side. In leplac
ing bees upon their summer stands
from the cellar, a fmo daj should
bo chosen, and but few colonieb
set out at once. This should bo
allowed to take a flight befoie
setting out others, as too ninny
flying becomes confused.
Clover for Hogs.
A writer in the Parm Journal
says: "Cure some clover for tho
hogs to eat next winter. Cut it
when in full blossom and put it
where it can be had, so the hogs
can be foddeied with it twice a
day. My hogs will almoat winter
on it. They will eat as h.r , or
better if cut and wetted with u
little biau or mpal put on it. A
corn man may laugh at my notion,
but I will beat him in pigs in the
spring and in piofits in the fall."
The suggestion is worthy of a
trial, especially as it seems
At tho recent convention of
Wisconsin dairymen, Mr. Stephen
Paville, gave a most instructive
addiess about clover, which ho
consideis tho "dahyman's sheet
anchor." Among other points
insisted on, was the wisdom oE
putting hogs on clover xjasture iu
summer. lie bur prised tho con
tention uy asserting mat more
pounds of iioik cau u0 made
from one ncie of clover than from
cin acre of corn. The proof he
submitted in support of this
statement was as follows: Fifty
bushels of shelled corn would be
fully an aveiage yield per acre, and
twelve pounds of pork for a bushel
of corn (fifty-six pounds) would
be fully up to the average. That
would give GOO pounds for the acre
of corn. An acie of good cloer
will pastme eight hogs fiom the
time clover staits in tho spriug
till fall. A fair feeder of a hog
weighing 100 pounds on being
turned out in the spring, will gain
another 100 pounds by fall, with
out any other feed thau clover.
That would bo S00 pounds, as
against GOO pounds of corn.
What a royal condition for a
giain crop would that acre of
clover be in after the pigs had
pastured in it fiom May to Oct.
Thilling News For All.
Who aie suffering with Asthma,
Eionchitis, Difficult bieathing,
Consumption, Coughs, Colds and
all Throat and Lungs Troubles.
Pulkerson's LTollnud Cough cure
exerts almost magic power in all
of these affections. Pi ice oO cents.
J. G. Jamisons, sells it.
A Woman's Discover.
"A nother wonderful discovery
has been made, aud that too by a
lady in this county. Diseases fas
toned its clutches upon her, and
for oeven years withstood its sev
erest tests, but her vital organs
w ere undermined and deeth seem
ed imminent. Por three months
she coughed incensently and could
not sleep. She bought of us a
botlto of Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, and was so
much relievid on taking first dose,
that she slept all night and with
one bottle has been mirecu
lously cured. Hor name is Mrs.
Luther Lutz." Thus writes W.
C. Ilamrick & Co., of Shelby, N.
C. Get a free trial bottle at Jani
iso'ns Drug Stoie.
OMS Merrous Prostration, Nervous Headache
I-euralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach.
ana i-iver Diteasci, Rheumatism, Dyi
"pcpiia.ncd til ailcrtiCDO of the Kidney:,
t n. AdijlstaWo ?
Ubrarj Lounge for
- -- - --
,irA2s ri3:, j.jtoje nsj3, ust
j - tao
This powder never vnriis. ,. manel
pariety strength and vliolsomeness; moro
oconomnl than the ordinary kinds, nnd can
not besold in compelion with tho multitude
to low test short Weight or ho-iit- powder,
iiolil only in can. Rotai. Baki.no I'dudhus
Uo., 100 W nil St N. Y
W. L. DOUGLAS
Iheotilj line calf SL.wirsi Shoo in the
world made without ticisob miis. As
btjlisb and durablen-.iIioe costing S'lOrvC,
and hating no t ttki or nails, to wear tho
stocking-, or hurt the feet, makes them as
comfort ililoanducll llttmg as ahand sewed
s-lioe. Baj the best None genuine unless
t-tarnped on bottom "W L. Douglas Jbhoe,
W. L. DOUGLAS $2.50
SlioeforlJojsisnncxcellcdfor ncitnes, ser
vice and comfort. '1 he abote goods are made
in Cougre , Button and Lace andaro for salo
Pickler's Famous Bargain Store
(July, who is our duh authorized agent.
W. L. DOUGLAS,
Whereas liettie Snell ami Stillinnn ''nell her
linsbaml, b their certain dud of trust dated,
luintv iighth da of December ft. and re
corded in the recorder oilKcof Ad.ur tounty.
Mifhour.', at died book I' at page 120. ooincml
to.jamcs Ji .MiiiHarastriisteeail ti nr right
title and interest and cstatein and to tint fol
lowing described rial state situate in the
county of Ad ur, Sate oi Missouri to-ut
'Hit- w est halfnf the northeast quarter of si -Hon
Xo nlmtiui !') township sit3 tirio(t.J)
iuiigu -o. luur.ein n) an in .u-nr couniy
-Missouri, nud subji ct to a fonntr deed ortniot.
Which conteyance was made in trust to secure
the liajment ef one curtain promI-"-ory note in
salildeed described and wliircis tlie slid note
has become due and Is still unpaid now there
fore in accordance with the provisions ef said
act dot trust and at the request of tholesal
ho'lder of said note I will proceed to sell the
Sb oe described r al estate at thn ponrt housn
dcoriu the town of Kirks-dllc in the county of
A.uair auu state oi .Missouri to tne nignest Ma
rt c.r for cash in hand at public auction on Jt'ri
day tticelcteth day of May li, between the
liours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and live In
the afternoon of that day to satisfy said note
tegatberwlth (lit costs and expenses of execut
ing this truest J. II. K1NNKAK, Trustee.
Dated April 20th, Itbs.
(ID JIIY'O CELEnnATEnFEMinnrow.
Ulla UIA 0 d ers are safe and nl-Anystiructual. Utn-it
""" to-day by lotto American somen.
--- Guaranteed suj-trior to all other remi
medlcs, or cash refunded, faent by moil, gl. rartlc
ulars -. lr. Dix, 37 Tn-mont be, Huston, Jllis.
Ufa of HENRY WARD BEECHERM3.S
It lllcstrated, tfvinc his ltfo from his Wrth, to hid
tlCftUi. ITiCO One Dollar. lpn.ssaKC prepaid
UMO.V BOOK CO..
Citation G Urookln, XV.
rjLTHT'a Crjinx Comtoc-d is i Nerro Tenia
Vhich ner falln. Containmir I'jAtv ruf
Coca, thorn wonderful ncrro stimulxnts. It
ppoodily cures all ncrrouH disordcra.
rnifE-6 Celtot Coiirocxn rmnfica thn
blood, it dnvw nut llio lictic and. which
caumfl lUKunut'om. and M-ston Uia blood,
inakins orpina to a hexlthy oondiUon. It la
uta uuo xczueuy lor juieuxnaU5m.
Piryx's CrtrnT CoMrocvn quickly rrstorm
the lirer and tldaiys to i-rffct health. This
curatiTo lowtr, combml mth ltd ncrro
tonics, miko. it the best remedy for all
Tune's Ceixiit Com roxrvn Rtrenrthcnfi tho
ftomaclu and quitU Hit in rvc t r Uio dip.
tiTo orjrans. This U why ii cLlTcs evea Uw
"worso cascfl at DYSpcrsix
Taxes Celeut CoMrorvn is not a cathir.
tit It in UiaUT!, Kivinr iy and natural
action to tho boweld ltjulant surely fol
lows its use.
llcoocuncn 3&1 by profownonal and busliic3
men. -cnd for book.
rricc$1.00. Sold byDrugguta.
WELLS, RICHARDSON &CO. Prop's
U, set at any nnple to suit invalMs, or as a
reading purpos. Position can bo Uianced
o w jwh ntuic Sll-UiJ VU lUUIJt
Recommended by tho Lending
Physicians ns a Tonic niid
"Wo tnko pleasure in making
known to the public, this valuable
candy, as a medicine. It is made
with "a view of combining the best
known remedies for Bronchia
troubles with puro enndy in such
a manner as to make a medicine,
while very pleasant to the taste
vot effective in its woik. It cost?
but a triilo. The children consid
er it n heat to get it to oat, and
j et it takes the place of costh
syiups and lioches manufactured
Air. Maynaul has been mauufac
tnring- this candy and using it for
years, and has hundieds of testi
monials fiom physicians and pa
tients wheieer he has sold it,
speaking in Hits highest terms oi
its eilicacy as a medicine. It is
splended for coughs, colds and
hoarseness, and widen molted aud
taken as a syrup will cure croup.
It gives us gi eat pleasure to pub
lish tho following testimenoials
from our best physicians, recom
mending J. t!. M-iynaid's Cough
Dit. T. W. Siia"v, a piomnont
physician, formerly of Macon City
but now of Philadelphia says:
"Tho prescription fiom which
Maynard's Cough Candy is made,
is a better remedy for throat or
bronchial troubles than tho many
troches and lung balsams now m
Dr.. 1? A. Grove, of Kiiksville,
says: "I cheeifully endorse the
Die. Goodsox, of Macon City,
says: "It is a tonic, and expector
antaud very strengthening to the
Dr. T. S. Kcjry, formerly of
Macon City, but now of Lebanon,
Tenn., says: This candy undoubt
edly saved me and my son from a
spell of pneumonia. I will furth
er give yon privilege to sign my
name of anything in commenda
tion to your Cough Candy."
Kirksvillu, Mo., Maich 21st.,
1SS7, I have used J. C. Mai nard's
Cough Candy for several j'eaisin
cases of colds on tho lungs and
hoarseness, and have found it a
pleasant, bafe and efficient remedy
in such cases. J. B. Mitchell.
It is fmthor recommended by
many of the leading physicians in
This candy can be had for 40
cents per pound at,
C. Mayxard's Bakery.
FACTS YOU CAN SET ON.
That thi- eld.:' a-ii I,ir-c I tobacco factor is thl
'.-' is n Jersey Cii), !. J.
That tin futon i-uLcs tht por.br n-d r-crld-
h-icdCn J- ilu ', tlijcclro.lcdcd fir.d-
nrd forf r t-d-uscic- i i.j ttbatco.
That th j j:tco- ujj csn'il shed o Ion? a;o as
Tint list 5iar(iE80)it r-i 'c iml s Id t' cenrnnot-s
;unnl.t f 2;,q8c,;3. lbs. cr fourlt-sn t!.ou-
anil Ums cf tol acco.
Ibat tLianasi-crrtlian c rc-!c e-t'i cf .-II the to- )
Ijcco made 11 the Ui ted Su.-3 uo.-itV
stancinjtbatlhcrevc.csCu f-ttcf jH.or.
That 1-1 tne last : jears ibis f-c:or lil-elped
sjppcrt tLc Uritcd State Gc emn;c-t to tLe
cjtc-itofoer rcrt)-fotr i-a hon scc-il.ur-d-ed
thousand dollars (,4,700,000 cc) p:id
i-to the U. S. Treasury-- Internal Revenue
That tlie pay-roll of this factpry n aboLt $1,000,
000 cx per car cr $o,ooo 00 per vecL.
That this factory cmplo) 3 aLo.t 3,50-3 cptra-n cs
That this factor mii.es suc'i a o-idcrful' good
chew in Climax Plug that nan other factories
have tried to i-iitatc it ii ain, and in despair
row try to attract custom by offering larger
pieces of inferior goods for the sair e price.
That this factory ne- erthelcs continues to lrcrcose
its business c cry ) ear.
That this factory belongs to and is operated by
Yours, very truly,
T. LORILLARD & CO.
LARGEST LUMBER SHEL
West of the Missl3s1iil. 1'atrons eiven the
beneflt of tliu lotveEt cash jirlcc. i&timates
DOUGLASS & SOX.
For Old and Young.
Tntt'sXIvcrl'ills act n kindly 011 tho
child, tlloilclU'Ule fcmnlu or lnflrui
old use, us upuu tho - lgorous mau.
Rlietono to tho 110:1k stoinncli, hotr
(.-Is, kiilnvjs una bludiler. To these.
are uomlvrf;:!, causing llicmlopef
form their functiusis ut in 3 olltll.
Office, 44 Murray St., Xew York.
W nnwu S tl 43UHViV "tr T) eaip
-p-a siupusuBd aoqjjn pun sluui 30.1 -sisp nu
joi pooi pun iM-p 1 ju sjoviX -tioiiinuirc pun
t-tout! uj smiod Hi? oj 'du? ptmca ai 2 jj aavj
buo iv 'r2m;ji3 caiOii!ki:o;anaicai inM ur
.;ui, bu9iuvu jo viioii1 I am j. ;.ano '
a a . . . .
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Tut! s Pills
W. ATUbL BURPEE & CO.. PKlLfiGELPrflA. pA
KIRKSVILLE KCANTILE COLLEGE & WRITING INSTITUTE
c fTCs-w -ev-' -h-- ., t.fp&ntm s "T-iSar-''. :-"'Qca?Ss. -zr
This Institution was organized with the high purpose of training its students to do well tho worktha
the world will actually demand at their hands. That its mission is being fulfilled j is evidenced by the
increased enthusiasm aud attendance by students, by the superior character of tho work- done, by tho
successful careers of its giaduates, and by the growing favor with which business men regard tho college.
The course of study includes book keeping, business practice penmanship, letter writing, business forms
and customs, spelling, commercial law and arithmetic.
Por terms Address W. d 5MITHJPS0P-, KISK3VILLE, HO!
The old. "Homo Line" ii ne dress, tvill be,
nown in future as tiiu original and only O K
tli ne and imrei itil facilities ill tiidcav
rtoiuaint liu in fiitnre, its -nell merited op
ulanty itn .1-1 1 prcu.itite imblic
Ti it our dyctitsbeil t!irniii;Ii TicKfts to
cur miiiortiat point nnd Iimltli rc-ortin
the buittil Statu'.
I!e urc that jour tick t rciil Tia tlic O.
QUIK CY SOUTE
Tlii is tne line selected by Lite Stock Sluppars
Rapid Transit Live Stock Route
for Chicago, St I.onis and Qaincy Jlarkcts , as
veil as to all other laro commercial rade
centers. Every facility and coniemeiueiir o
tiilcilfortlic comfort or tho shinier and his
propLrty, lij the O. IC i.IM:,
Kor ticket, rates or other information, ask
any ot our agents or auurcss.
P. D. SciininiERnoRN,
Sup't & Gen'IPt. & Ticket Ag'h
E. P. AMMERMEN, Agt.
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
All orders fillfd en tlort notice. Xrrthe
orntr of the imblic fctiare. Jlaillr jncb 1
lircut ironi the qnarnes and onlj the leEt
world ilunug the last
balfuenturj Vot least
anion' thn rinilra nT
lnvtntlve jirop -.s is a method and 6-"em of
n.niv mi una i penormpii all over thecoun-try-ttithout
,1 ii.iritin the wo-kcrs from their
homes Ii li' i ral. anj one cantlo the work,
eithire loun' or old: nosiiL.ini nhiliti r...
quireil tapj'il ti' tne. ded, jou ar. st.ir 1 d
1 tc Cut tl ci ti 1' nturn to 1 - an 1 wt ill
11) 3 in t . 'nil -r- it jnoturr and
iLjirt p, e , r l.iw I '1 "ciuibiiM-
iicff vi ' 1 I In? j(u ., iori moniy
Tightj.wii tlmn .Ej'lingil'c in the world
Oisrdiu' tint Ai In e Ti 1 1 A Cr . An-
1 3 : 11
v. ul bo TOtriajJ to3 bo write for i! It fa a i
Yn TiMiMiii lntc.ndteIIllbOTttho
1 ftd tL V
a HnlbPlunt..di lZ . .VftVnrdi-nToDl "itde
T scribes itnn- Nnv. lflo. in vrnimiiii S"i5 r..p.'A.-..'.l.1S I
S ? lV2l? ' ,"'f .. "Well "imot bo cbtifcW ilhe-v beniiikd I
-'Joaipotol fcr the most coumli-tu rmninra.mHuiTiT:!
- " I'uw.kJUbU. u,
ti 1 i.i
Cannot Chsko a il.rs...
Wijsts i'.:lf I- any K-tu ?ii
Has two ror St ''', .
Will hoiii Hanus .1 pL--e.
Kere Cen ur M r s'aiiiftd
zvit'ieur" i t -
ask your mnHccc-
JAKtH I-UH ItttM. ,
n I:EWA1:DJ:I) are tliosewho
XJ read this and tlitn act
B ill find honorable employ -
a 1 mi
ment that will not take them
trom thtlr home3 and families. The profits are
large and snre for every Indnstnons I'eroon.
many lnemado ami arenor making several
hundred dollars a month. It is eaiy for any
one to mike $". and upwards per day, who is
willing to ork. l.itlicr fc, joun or old;
-apital not needed, we start jou. Everything
nun "ospecial ability ruimrtd: jon reader,
can doit as well a3 any one Write to Hsa
onue for fall purticnlars, which we mail free
dre33 Stinson id .1 ortland, ilatne.
Relieve your Cough in time
or more serious results will
follow. If unchecked, Con
sumption may be fastened upon
you before 3-ou are aware of it.
A slight cold neglected may
grow to such an alarming state
that your h'fo can bo saved only at
great oxpenso in doctor's fees.
Coussens' Compound Honey
of Tar, a combination of Honey
and Tar with Tolu and three
rare herbs that grow in na
ture's garden, any one of which
will in itself make a valuable
Lung Medicine, will speedily
euro all Throat end Lung Troubles
if taken in time, and prevent
that most dreaded disease,
Consumption, which annually
carries off more of the human
family than all other diseases
This Great Cough Cure is rrnnn
fnctured by Coussens & Tablcr Medi
cine Co., fet. Louis, Mo.
Sold by prominent druf:gist3 and
mprcli-nitq oi.'-v.-.ipro. fiQu and 2"c.
To get a Fir8t-Cln8Watch
is in our Co-Operative Clubs.
LOWEST CASH PRICES
Tiiousands of the best $38.00
Gold Watch ever made are selling-
in our Co-operative Clubs.
This is the Ileal, Chenpcit, 3Tott Cnr.vmirnt,
nnd mill co-operative System of selling witches.
The watches are American Ltver Stun Winders,
containing every essential to f ccurar, anil dura
bility, and have, in addition, numerous patentf-d
Improvements found In no other atcli. They aro
absolutely the only Uust and Hampprsaf JJore
sneiits made in the World, and aro jeweled
throughout with UJCyilAJS JlVIill,. The
PiireK'Afem irfniZ and Su is the strongest txA
Cimpleet made. Tney are fully rrjiial jor np,
pearance, accuracy, diinilriWy ami nerrtce,
to any ST."! nt-7 Our ro-opertuve Club Systttn
arngs Uicm within the rua'-h i f every one.
WATJJH SLU3 CO,
SUK tliiti.ct St.,
V O Jioxiij. i?hlla. Pa.
W.rArtomfRn 1 fiGEfTS
mercijl Agencf I V.'AHTED.
Clubs Constantly rarmiiiij,
JoiaKaw zzl Save Honey.
tJJfF" HVC ASCNCICS IM EVEHV UinCE CITY.
HCWANT AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
SEAWOXDEKS exist In thnna.
anils of fornn, bnt are surpassed
xne maneisorinventlon Those
o are In need of nrotltshln wnrt
that can be done while llting at home should
at once send their address to Ifallett Co.,
I'ortland, Maine, and rectlve free, full Infor
mation hew either hx, of all ages, can earn
1 " - t ,r'1--lTi ward . -ivl , n r
1- 1 uuoii star.t 1 fe Capital not
required Sojne hatu made over jju in a 6inglo
at this work. All succeed.
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Notice of Final Settlement
STATE OP 3IISSODP.I,
COUNTY Or ADAIR,
llnal settlement of the estate ol Johnlank
ard. deceased. Xotice is hereby gh en to all
crtdltors and others interested in the estate of
John Lantard deceased, that I John Miller, ex
ecutor of said estate, intend to mate linal set
tlement thereof at the next term of the probate
court of Adair coni.ty, to be held at Klrksvile,
on the 11th day of Jiav, lw-.
.foiis miller, Execntor.
Dated April Stii, 3sS. JJJt
Notice o Final Settlement.
SrATE OK MI3&OITKI, ? ,
Final settlement or the estate of JIartha Iloss
deceased, Xoticr Is htrebv given to all credi
tors and others interested in the estate of
.Martha llo.s deceased, thatl.fcamnel K03S, ad
ministrator! fsaid citate, intend to make llnal
setlement thereof at the next term of the pro
bate court or Adair county, to be held at
Kirksville on the 1 :th day ofMay 1-sS.
S uirxi. lloi, Administrator.
Dated April loth, li-3. 5J-Jt
Xotice si hereby given that letter oradmin
istration upon the c3tnte or Allen Urackneydw
ceaed, late or Adair Count. Mo , have been
granted to the undersigntd Jona3 31. Iloovtr
by the probate court or the conntv oT Adair,
bcirindate the -th davof 'larch I"h. All per
sons hawng i-l-iims agnnst said estate are re
quired to eviiibit them to mo for allowance
within one year after the date of said litters,
or the may bo precluded from any beneilt of
such estate; and If such claims be not exhibit
cil within to years from the time of the pub
lication of this notice they will bo forever bar
red. Jon s it. IIoo-.iu, Administrator.
Dated April 10th: lrfo. 52-U
Notice o Final Settlement.
STATE OP ;tISSOUI
COUNTY OF ADAIR
linal settlement of the nst.iti nf-fiToraV
V 1st- deceased Xotice is hereby given
to all creditors and others interested
In the estate of James F. Wlsa deceased, that
I Joseph m. Thompson, Administrator or said
estate, Intend to make final settlement thereof
at the next term or the probate court or Adair
county, to be held at KlrUwIle onthellth
day of -May, lfS. Jo-Fruu. Tiiomi-on,
Dated this April 10th, lssi. Administrator.
Notice of Final Settlement.
STATE OF illSSOUI
Final settlement of the estate or Valentine
V, illiams deceased JXotlce i3 hereby given to
all creditors and others interested In the estate
orValtntine Williams deceased, that I, Wil
liam Clark, ewentorof said estate. Intend to
make final settlement thereornt the next term
orthe probate court of Adair county, to be
held at Kirksville, on thellth dayorjiay, lss;),
Willi ui Cl.viik, Executor.
Dated April Sth, lwd 5i-jt
Notice o Final Settlement.
STATE OF MISSOURI, )
COUNTY OF ADAIR, 8S
Final settlement orthe estate ofTobia3 I.an
kard, deceased. otice is hereby given to nil
creditors and others interested in the estate or
Tobias Lankard deceased that I John Miller,
Administrator or said estate. Intend to make
final settlement thereor at the next term orthe
probate court or Adair county, to be held at
Kirks Hie, on the Ilth day or May, 1-rf.
Janv julllk. Administrator.
Dated April Sth, lt&i. 5-5
Tartar Game Fowls
EGGS, Per Bettinc -
These Towel are bred fjr the pit. regardless
or color Cerrespondence solicited When
wnting mention the Gisit-iiic Address
JOSEPH S. MATTEE,
Kirk&ville, Adair Co., Mo.
LOW TOURIST RATES,
For 547 30 a fi'-it-c.,!t-3 ronnd trip ticiet.
sood lor (Wdajs, with stop-over prlvuegw.cau
be obtained rrr ui St. Paul to Great Falls Mon
tana, the r ,n pg manulacturinx centre of tha
nortbwi-st b H anui. OnlrSIOOO
S.dntFau'n4 -""," A tSTleliii
uuciio.isiBl p.itran. fijlrom points
east nrd south, liates correspondingly as low
will be named to polnta In Minnesota at-4 Da
tots. or mxrn Pnrat Konnd and the Paclfo
. ' 'ur,!i" I-rt iriars address A. V.
7 ' T.m'' J As'nt Ho K. Sta.
A.. Kansas aty. Mo , or a H. Wabjust. Uenena
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