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'J0 ifllB INSURANCE. Tarm property insured, oc- feied by tenant or owner. L written in any town in iinty. Will come and make konal inspection, and name e upon application, will JUFE ANYTHING. Write Or on him at office in jxington. . W. V REAL ESTATE sale in Lexington. Farms sale. Houses to rent. If i have any real estate to place it in his hands no t if no sale. Office in mgton.1 W. ir LEE ' IfflCE, Abstracter, Loan -AHD- Insurance Agent b and City Property (or sale or rent. MONEY TO LOAN. , loan money on Improved farm lands at S and 5J per cent interest. pee front room 6ver Tevls' drug ,' store, Lexington, Mo. ?TRON & TAUBMAN, LBXINGTON, 110. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE, I ESM INSURANCE, UONIY TO LOAM kthe onlr complete set of Abstract jrd of TlUa to the Land of Lafayette ICE in ILERE BUILDING .WORTHINGTOW. 8. N. WILSON LEXINGTON, MISSOURI. I Estate, Loans and Insurance Agents. ABSTRACTS OP Til LB MADE, Join money on improved farm landi at 5 and 5H per cent Intereet ICE IN HjERLE BUILDING HARE CHANCE. 4T'Q decided to close oat my hold- tows ana neiiers, lorn, eu Dead, i r saie one and all. My line com- Hhorthorna. AnimMa ItArAfnrria mil iv mixed. All were selected with face to mlllc strain, formerly being famery business. Some Twenty odd at root and balance to calve Prices ranvlnir from t9A tn tAO M. Call on or address, Talbot Simpson, 1 AollvlUe, Mo. BR. W. R. ECKLE. fen DSn'j. offloe in Hearle Bulldlnf r aiu streets, Lexmgton, Mil Ui and Mai vrZr1- make you r ;Vr4 W.twl. brut it out rjr Comhlnntln.. fil-n. nrTO,""lo"'''nrth.winposlHl?r W.X .v'viuil.miE.aoragroWWJC. -''Vac1 piui - tVjL "on. of h pernor. ""P'lx "ku alter i WISH? il1 ini a.) ohm .,H '""'I P.. A. R.uT r rV;J"r eei co. T 1 m OR Ml MB I 3 8H BMfl .(Muutb HQ UCreMS.H. 9J W HBCTB Early Steamboat Days. Cspt. James Kennedy and Caut Williams, of Kansas City, commanders of steamer daring the palmy days of boating oq the Missouri river, while conversing at Kansas City a few days ago grew reminiscent and the Star succeeded in getting a most Interesting story from their talk. During the coarse of the conversation Capt. Ken. nedy said : 'It seems like the wreck in the early days were worse than those later I mind the time the Saluda blew op at Lexington In '51. There were 102 people on board and eighty were killed. Yon know, Bill, how the water rushes around that bend above Lex. Ington when the river's higb. The best of the boats could hardly make the run. Well, Captain Belt swore that the Saluda would round that point. Twioe she backed into the ourrent and was forced back. Old Belt gave orders to put on every pound of steam for the last trial. He stood forward on the boat, swearing like a trooper. The last words he said were : I'll send her around that point or I'll blow her to hell!' It wasn't five minutes till she was blown somewberet Cap' Belt was among the eighty killed. The safe in the cabin and the bell were blown clear up into the town." 'I mind it well," said Captnin Young. "The old bell is now calling folks to prayer in the church at Savannah." Mr. Ho Yow may succeed Minister Wu at Washington. The report that Boo Hoo was coming over to act at China's minister seems to have been premature." ' The people who have the nerve to refrain from giving up at the muzzle of the Pullman porter's whisk broom will not be the least bit worried by the new organization. , ; Miss Windstraw What a wheezy, pinched little thing that baby of Mrs. Puffproud is, to be sure!" Mrs. Blazer (contemptuously) "Yes; and to hear her talk you'd think she had a progeny." ' Of 122 horses purchased last week in Canada for British army uses, all but fifty were rejected because they exceeded fifteen hands two aud a halt Inches in height, the limit which new orders from tht war office have placed for acceptance. It is expected that a large propor tion of the windows on the line of march of the corouation parade in London will be hired by Americans. If there is a good show going, our people are always willing to put up the money. Deposits of Klondyke gold at the Seattle assay office and the San Fran cisco mint so far this year aggregate only $4,625,141, against 18,505,808 in the same time last year. These are government figures, and indicate a greatly reduoed production of gold in the Alaskan region during the present season. A singular deed has been filed in Northumberland county, Fa. It is dated October 9, 1793. In a series of whereases it traces the ownership of the land conveyed from the Creator of the earth, who, "by parole Bnd livery of seizin did enfeoff the parents of mankind, to-wit, Adam and Eve, of all that certain tract of land called and known in the planetary system as the earth." A GREAT HEW8PAPER. The Sunday edition of the St. Louis Republic la a marvel of; modern news paper enterprise. The organization of its news service is world-wide, complete in every department; in fact, superior to that of any other newspaper. The magazine section is Illustrated in daintily' tinted colors and splendid half tone pictures. This section contains more high -class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines. The fashions illustrated in natural aolors are especially valuable to the ladies. The colored comic section is a genuine laugh-maker - The Ifunny car toons are by the best artists. The humorous stories aro high class, by authors of national reputation. Sheet music, a high-class, popular song, is furnished free every Sunday ir The Republic. The price of the Sunday Republic by mail one year is $2.00. For sale by all news dealers. Chattel mortgages lor sale at this office B oenta sach. " 2ePpcation. ID tn! Clfvnilt rWiA -mi ... Boben 8emler, Plaintiff, Letter B. Bemler. De resdtst. tS;tllnMfc.nt.b,' y pubncatk,n hr R .hf con,mencei aultaeainsl aivorce from the bnod. of aitrlmonr heretofore contracted b tween T plaintiff and deendant on the grounds "f iiultorj and other Indignities M to rendur hi. ooodloon Intolerable. ,nd that "nl the Si1, """-""''lent defeudant. uZ B S2?IV.ba .t.nd "PI" this court at the ? th.nK60' to,be bUD ndholden eouit house, D the city of Lea la "'d couuty. on the inddaVof December next, and on ir before the flr.1 day ?.nuTd.nrt!',m' Jf.i,,e long con i?f Mn? " not ,nen 00 'M"n he law day ?n i rIn' ?i"er or to Petition iSJSi .nyy! ,be anie "l" be taken as con Ingly Judrment. will be rendered acoord- KT2d,!l',,!.f4rt',erordefe! lht copy hereof nPiUb."f,tle1 ordlng to law In the Lexlng. ion intelligencer, a newspaper published In said oounty of Lafarette for fc.ur weeks suo- S2?iniyiFub."8Sed at lewt ouce the X? .i!'011 to 1,8 at letit thl"y days before the first day of said next December term ol uiis court. A true copy. Attest n,i r f-H CAMPnELL, Circuit Clerk, By J. W. SroNoR. Ueputy. Clarence Vlvlon. Attorney for Plaintiff. 0-7U TRUSTEES SALE. Whereas. Lafayette County Hank, a cor- ,An rT'ord,,?(1 ln the olliceof the reorder ir uuiayeiw county, Missouri '.n iSfr- lw- at u"se e;w,conv-yi-d toJosi'ph A. Wilson, as trustee, the following described rsiuwr. siiuaiea In Laruvftte county. Missouri, to-wit: The west tluv e-tlfths of lo H. Ill hlOl'lf 'M In tha ttw.t ... . now city, of Lfxingtoii; tlmt Is to say, thirty feet oft the west side of lot 6. In block 34, lb the first addition to the town, now city, of Lexington. In tpitut. .1... 1 a certain promissory note In the said deed of trti.it. riuuiltu.4 . .. . i -i .... , ry-- .iOTu, auu wiwmis, ueiuun nah ""J pu.ymt'in or siuu note unci the interest thereon, now notice Is hereby given that I, Josepti A. Wilson, trustee, at the request of the lt rhI holder and owner of U,MI nuln .pill ....II ' i. j Ai ... Ki 1 1 " iur cusu, vo me nignesi MONDAY, 8EPTEMI1KR la 10 1. noon and Hve o'clock In the afternoon of umi. uny, in iront, oi the main door of the fnn.t liniiuo I.. lw, rt . .. r i. . r . . ..... . ..w..n7, ,u vu:vn y in Lie.Mnron, liiiray- Ptte county. Jlissourl, thu said real estate for the purpose of satisfying such note and Interest accrued thereon, and the costs and expenses of executing this trust. H-KtS JOE'U A. WILSON", Trustee. BOND CALL. Holders of Sni-a-Bar Township, Lafayette County, Missouri, (5) five per cent bonds are hereby notified that bonds numbered 10 and II, Issued July 23, 1890, by fae County Court ot said County for and in behalf of said Township, of the denomination of (11,000.00) one thousand dollars each have been declared due and payable on the first day of November, 1901, payable at the office of the County, Treasurer of Lafayette County, Missouri, at Lexington, Missouri, on which day and date all Interest thereon will cease. By order of the County Court of Lafayette County, Missouri, this 2d day of September, 1801. FRANK THOUKTON, Clerk of the County Court of Lafayette County, Missouri. . 8-7tb BOND CALL. Holders of Lexington Township, Lafayette County, Missouri (5) five per cent bonds are hereby notified that bonds numbered 20 and 21, Issued July 23, 18W, by the County Court of said County for and In behalf of said TowDshlp, of the denomination of ($1,000.00) one thousand dollars each have been declared due and payable on the first day of November, 1901, payable at the office of the County Treasurer of Lafayette County, Missouri, at Lexington, Missouri, on which day and date all Interest thereon will cease. By order of the County Court of Lafayette County, Missouri, this 2d day of September, 1901 v FRANK THOKNTON, Clerk ot the County Court of Lafayette County, Missouri. 0-7U EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testamentary on the estate of Sarah H. Long, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on toe uin day or August, 1901. by the probate court of Lafarette county. Missouri. All net-sons bavins claims airalnst said estate are required to exhibit them for allow ance to the executor within one year after the date of said letters or they maybe pre eluded from any benefit of such estate; and ir such claims oe not exnioitea witnin two years from the date of said letters they will be forever barred. This 13th day of Auguit. 1901. SAMUEL J. HUSTON, 8-17t.1t Executor, Notice to Bridge Contractors. I will let to the lowest and best bidder, on 8ATUKDAT, SEPTEMBER, 21, 1001, A wooden brldiro for construction, about 30 feet long, to be built Heroes branch about a mile north of Dover, on rond leading to depot, and noar the Lookhart pluce. letting will take place at Drtage sue at 10:00 o'clock a. nv Plans and specifications will he seen at time and place of letting. Contractor Is to give bond for maintenance Of bridge as the law directs. commissioner reserves me nans w rejet any or all bids. , PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S JiOTICE. Bv virtue of an order of the probate court nf I.nfuvMt-n omintv. Missouri, made on the 8th day of August, 1901, the undersigned pub lic administrator tor wiiu oouniy nun mra charge of the estate of Mary Ford, deceased. All nMHIini hnvlnir claims aaraint said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allow ance within one year after the date of said order or they may be precluded from any benefit or sucn estate: ami u sucncmiuia uo nnt nthihitofi within two Venn f mm tbe date of said order they will be forever barred. n. if. rf ibnii, 8-'i4-5t Public Administrator. BULL FUB SALE. Young bull for aals; good size; good color; good individual; thoroughbred. 6-22tf T. B. Campbell. Jell-O. the New Desert. pleases all the family. Four flavors -lemon, rasnberry and strawberry. At your Grocers. 10 cents. Try It today. PILES Cund by Climax Salve. Satisfaction or rice refunded. A'ldrugglsts. s yrwvg .'11 JC C Tlt..S 4 1 'IV. rs 'i u .ilH' . SKJJrsfc. w Y "Wi lli r rtiTri Missouri Paciflo-Lexlngton Br. WEST BOUNDT RAINS. No. 71. No. 73. Leave St. Louis 7:35 am 0:1ft pm Arrive Sedalia :5pin 6:oara " Concordia 4:07 pm tt:(Mam " Aullville 4:2lipm B:24am " Higginsvllle.. 4:if7 pm B:8Sam Page City 4:47 pm H:4 am " Lexlneton 6:11pm 8:IQam " Mjiick" 5:21pm 7:12am " Wellington 6:34 pm 7:25 am Waterloo 6:40 nm 7:83 am " Napoloon 6:47 pm 7:40am " IndeDendcnce O'ipm 8:30 am " Kansas City 7:15 pm 9:05 am " St. Joseph 1:05 pm DAILY. VAST BOUND TRAINS. . i NO. 74. No. 72. 4:25 am 6:53 am 7:40 am 7:44 am 7 :61 am 8:03 am SilOam Leave St. Joe 8:00 pm " Kansas City 5:40 pm " lndependeuoe 6:10 pm Napoleon 7:08 pm ' Waterloo 7:14 pm ' Wellington 7:22 pm Myrick 7:H5pm Lexington '':?Pm " Page CITy 8:10 pm ' Higginsvllle 8:21 pm " Aullvi'le 8:32 pm " Concordia 8:49 pm Sedalia 10:00 pm 8:29 am 8:87 am 8:47 am 9:02 am 10:05 am 8t Louis 7:iuam Boeclal rates to Kansas City every Saturday evening and Sunday. FREIGHTS East . , 8:50 am. ...Leaves Lexington 8:45 am.... " PageCIty West '8:35 am 1:50 pm 1:25 pm 1:40 pm 1:10 pm 10:40 am 10:05 am.... " Hlgainsvme 10:30am ... " Aullville 11:00 am.... " Concordia 2:15 pm.... Beaiuia Dally, except Sunday. Jefferson City, Boonvllle and Lexing ton Division. MIXED DAILT EXO. SUNDAY. No. 7 J. No. 71. Leave. Arrive. 7:15 am Lexington 8:11 pm 8:25am Myrlek 4:45 pm 8:65 am Northrup f:l pm 9:10 am Dover 4.00 pm 0 07 am Edwards 8:35 pm 9:58 am Waverly 3:30 pm U;30 am MarsDall i:io pm 2-20 am uoonvuie :w 4 45 pm Tipton :46 pm Head down. Head "P- SANTA FE ROUTE. m l...Jn.al VftklATlllirtnni No. 26 (dally) 7:46 a. m Trains leave North Lexington : No. 23,Express (dally)................ 7:55a. m Main line trains pass ie.uuiuu .umu OOINQ EAST. No. 8, (dally) 9:19 a m lo:oo a m 7:15 p m 8:35 p m 8:47 a m 20, a, . California Limited. QOING. WEST. (dally) California Limited. No. i, 8:58 a m 12:20 am II: to a in " 5, " . " 19, " 12:a7 p m 6:46 p m .1 n RmTiR. Jr.. Airent. W J. Black, G, P. A., Topeka, Km, Chicago and Alton Railroad. Trains leave Higginsvllle as follows i west Bound. No. 5, St. L. and K. C. mall. 5:46 am 7 Calif, and Col. limited 7:40 am " 61. Higginsvllle and K. C. aceom. 7:56 am " 13, BtLouls and K. C. mall 4:30 pm 119, Local freight and aceom :47 am EAST BOUND. ' ' No 14, St. L. and K, C. mail i... 9:47 am 60, K. C. and Higginsvllle aocom. 7:15 pm " 10, Calif, and Col. limited 7:35 pm " 12, St. L and K. C. mall 10:57 pm " 116, Local uelirht and aocom 12:45 pm W. 8. LYONS, Ticket Agent, Telephone No. 60. Dr.J.W.Meng, Surgeon Dentist. Office in the Meng Building, Lexington, Missouri. l7s I if ) V. RACKS EXASt V Effective March 10th, 190J, , the Announces tbe Openlug of its Red River Division , Too Denison and Sherman, . Texas. Through Train Service will shortly be established from St. Louis and Kaacaf City over the J J J : . Shortest Lice to Texas f SERVICE VIA SAN ANTONIO, VIA WACO, 8. A. & A. P. and SOU. PAC, AND TO AUSTIN, VIA ELGIN AND H.oVT. C. Through Tourist Sleepers CALIFORNIA, Via SAN ANTONIO and SOU. PAC Quickest and Best Line to MEXICO. "KATY FLYER" TO St. Louis, Chicago. Kansas City, ALL TRAINS HAVE FREE KATY CHAIR CARS an BUFFET SLEEPERS. AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR RAILROAD ii i ilswi PERFECT PASSENGER SERVICE TO AND TERRITORY BEYOND. W. 8, LYONS. Paseenger and TicketAgent.HlgglnsvllU.Wo Geo. J.Chablton, Q..P. & T. A., Chlcngojill. 1 ' ' s IE TO AND POINTS IN I .