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fiiiaciu v- volution of the sign is one meresting Mature! of modern A BUSY MAN. U tb. LiT,ry stable Minu In Cm. tain Seasons. Let him who will sing the praise oi tne a.ert man who controls tnA thods " said an observant ichedule of railroad trains, but there CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEtiilYRQYAL FILLS P8 s1.n ta Timoa. 13 MO mn mm-a cU.t i v tirieaue " - ..v- ...... mvn bicil iu invinir nrnpra L porter, "and when we , which extend over milei of road than : it the eiirn a pretty . i the latter day carricee disnatcher Ucition of what a city uini In the old day, when New York ........ uu U1C uuing oi a carnage or a cab was regarded as something of an event, the person who had charge of the goings and comings of vehicles was a leisurely man, whosu- itl. Vncinps man who ay. A"c '.wtrawa in order to get the Ithe wina can ten wu. lilh tne CllJ uj ;f,hesigwnUB4 j fronts oi business iiuutes m Ronton the boards. New Or is filled witn eiarjorai sigus -1r a rr cinrr. ill a story of thrift, and bustle, Lres, d prosperity. The hat are paintea in cneap cvr- Safr. Alwsni reliable. L4la,MkTTtitft IIICHt'JttEK-S EJIWI.IMH lo i and wold nH-i& l e bain. K&led with bum notion. Th dlkor. Rf ftw 4nnnM whit- lUouu4 Hall. BuyofyourDniiorwt, ir wnil 4e. In Mampn Iter PartlralBra. tii Buraiai ami Hrllrr lor umiw." m truer, arvtor Nail. 1V.OOO Teaumouials. bold J Drug!. CH'DHBBTIB CHBMIOAL OO. 10 Hantaan Mqaarc, PHILA PA. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. 8TATK OF MISSOURI. I,. County oi UHayero, , .. Id the Circuit Court of Lafsiett County. Missouri. December verm, imii. Bottle Adams an J James Adams. 1 bet husband. Belle Mraight and Janiea B. Btralgbt, her husband, FUiiutins, va. Young P. McCornack, Hardy rl. McCurmack. Maussa aariy anu Thnmaa Rarli. her husband; Coy Mcetormsck, Jessie MeOor- muca, naue iciuriiio.- Nurtne MoCormack.Def eodams. N ow at tliin day come the plalntl ff s herein bj their attorur) aud tile their petition. alleging- n. ,... tl.l.,... that tluloudrtllU Coy Mo- Oormack. Jessie McCormack. Katie McCor- mack and N urine Mow)rmuoa, are u" denw ot the state of Mlasourl: in ..iiimn It IB nMfmi UT IUB t-iwi In vacation, thut laid oon tesldent defen dant be notlnid by puoticauon plalutltfa have commencea a iuii :... i.. ki. w...n ika nhioct and mneral U1CIII 1 LI .UH "" ' .1.1 NEW iT TRAIN 0 disappearmg. The metallic lue! I bow the proper thing. Metil- are put out miramee iuwv , inrfoivs. Uo inro amp tww, Lnecfthebigftirnitureestab- r1 n i t jit nts ou will una one oi utsc taUic signs res-ting in anrubt- - f ikn cVinw a-icirintvs. me ro 01ie u m in Grawr street, una you ind circling Hhe pillars of the Wiltlinff occopied by the Whit- ,,innal bankvand along the fac- the large windows, metallic hii.h will proclaim itne name in-titutieff. to generations yet h. The letters are raised, with t-hed surfaice, and with a darker rmmo, which jjni.-jN""""" ?tic cojrspicuity m the ktitr- Signs of this kind .tell prosper tory in 3ic city wihere theyarf !. More .gorgeous-signs follw wake of "prosperous conditioiK. hv are c mscrvatively gorganK. nnibir." the benutit's of tnc ic connflit with the skill imd n of liitsineps sngacity, andate- thtm one may imagine, wiuwnu in.' od's fancy, 'the hustle md , iiif)i mud vim of really hnyipy, date wmditions. (lo into the i wild-1 the business impure is wlicre conditions an' ntng- aml untoward, where nun are :on ilii-corntrs, whistling divary liar airs in the back room, or ling mi a dryjroods box;po into a village, and you will find the !it-r-otien, nniuewea sign, uiv mi tign with the fading lrlters. Iruoping sign, the sign whkh is ; wraiig from its hinges, and uv know the business cl the k nithaut loirlcing at the btfiance : in the clearing house, ies, are a good index, and thf' tell ry mose eloquently than praises :he one band .or protestations on other, end -so I say the sign be ts an interesting factor when we i to consider revolutionary proc- in the business world, and the elaborate anil more amstic s which we -seeio-day are fvCl of ' cheer fivrfhe'oommon country. i i , -i I 1 uature ot which la to partition toe I - penntended the departure of every t.u CUCU1 vnDV W.n.Q.l.Ii roiiowmt described real e-ut situated " TTTJUTZ rir ns V- .tnnrl in Vis .4.1.1- A J. "'t N-t-fl VUfrK Kl-lJ-n-L-U Ufayeue county, 1 Missouri, to-wlt : Ihe sou tb , "3. J. ... THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. Ml "L1"""'. Sl.nSrtr uuiiwug uis tMt:R cigar, lneomce eiuht () iiid ranKe twenty-eight (. f the livery stable of this modern The Most Widely Read News- i uni. ti. , A -JX12i1Sl day is a combination of a counting- oaoer in America thereof. Af"? room and a train dispatcher's office, on the Slid dav of December next, and on or a 9 1 jt i..a ssatH inrin if the terin savs thp X-tr Ynrl-TTcralA Time has demonstrated that the V, ; if n..i ii.bii on or I I BDH I IU IUIIH LtllltiHU' , j In the average large stable, where Thrice-a-Week World stands "toM Carriages tre supplied IB response to Uiner papcra W taken aa confessed and judgment w.u o. call- for hotels and clubs, the busi. "! , Z Et ness of keeping track of the goings Md tell8 it tal)Mflally. whether that '"W nZm&SlSZ J : I .. ! nt . . J I .1 vtasI a an...... - i nrui rvLin nirc ni rfmii.cc in iiitoivitit 1 i it- ta n i ....Kuun.t ut atini jiniA . wneki. iui bdi " : ;fc ' . " news " Pnw' wra!lw' "Vu .S rtiT- "eat thirty days before the parts (oi the city is (carried on s fttCt, almost a, daily at the price of a MdU f hh d next Ueoembererm, 11101. of thoxrgi the carriage dispatcher were weekly and you -can not afford to no tots court. j h campbkll, circuit clerk an acbmiral controlKte the move- without it. In iar Jl TXnuAMr.fr ..lilrA vinn mente of a fleet, in the busy season iwpamram a ukiuii. vu ney for eilklMBi, I . . 1 1 nil,iu a IVnnlr V iirl (1 WE1 11 fl ' 1 v,l..t. .ixivAAsnxa in its truth. I.. o.i. Caaa j3Uluwwiiuv..vv... -- I UtniniltiHlOIHTS nilltJ 1 ncai In addition to news, it puoiisrws nrsi- . , partition EAST Wllourl Paolfle-texlngton Br. WBT BOUUDTBalHB. Nn.71. N0.7J( Invest. Loui. 7: am .:P- arrive Bedalia J;- v " Concoi-lla V.oim H:24am Aullvllle..... V.r' B:36am "" 4-47 nn B:4tam B;ilPm 8:I0 'fcilnin 7:iaam ... 5:Mpiu I'"1 ... 5:4 pm ... pn ..... 7:lSpm HlB";l"viUe. Page City Lexington- Myrta Wellington Waterloo Napoleon Independence Kansas City 8U Joseph DAILY 7;26aui 7:93 am 7:40 am 8:Wam 9:Uam 1:05 pin RACKS A EXAS a AlxaiMiir Urve anu Dunnes w"y nearly all day, and many a time be is compelled to have his dinner served as he sits between two wires. Take, for example, a stable 'which class serial fltories and other features Kebecc4B .mmcockand w. w.Hitn .. . . a Amu.. I .... .b lu.r huwhuTiil. Mnrtnu V. smwa To me boiuo .m f - (1 j -, cs Evlins, i,er bus- Tim Thrice-a-WeeK WOrw Teguiai i,nl. and W. Klouara ueumcr, K-n .1 : t-i ..... : 1 OA nor tssr FluWUITS. uuis i v luus Jiin. Litrr ui"L's. ni-is ucu- nuusct ntiuu PHW w '"J '"' f. I vu C I ' M. I I" . , .T i i i I j .i . : ..M ue nuiuiro no nTTPr I in.ui k HpiimAr. KtLscnai n. e??ary ior tne man in cnarge to Know aua i i"M -- "--.-p-,u,limor i,aura K. where eac h wmvr vance is at a cer a n inmnneqnaiiwi - j BY-PRODUCT COKING. History Ilbastrataa the Slow Gfr-rth of Such EAemea. he first lafutian of the by-protl- ovm dates back to 1TG8, in whi'Ji ' tar was producuS by a chemical . i i i. r:i- iiss in a nj-proiuKi oven m i irur k, in the Saarbrmken coal field lie Khinelaod pro-rinces of Ger- . . ..I r v. Svstcmalic cxpcniiu'ins aiong iin-f were made in France and S'tim many years ago. and in IK 63 priiduct ovin plant was in tth- 1 toiicrationatSt. Etienne, France. m lliat time until 1HH:'. when Mr. Si lot t, an eminent engineer and rector of the firm of Solvay & Co., linwils. Reliriuni. mrftcted the jviei-Sohay retort coke oven sys- ;. this departure in fiwl making -rui-nt a gradual development. ' first plant of this pattern was in M at Mons, Belgium, in 1S82, 1 since that time the system has ! with great success in mnnycok- f fields. Engineering Magazine. Room for Postscripts. l'hi gnat lawyer had drawn up the ,lla' will and was reading it over her. When he had finished she priced her satisfaction. "That's - Mie said. "There are some lv ijueer words in it. but it has time, when it will reach its dc-stina- ! tion and wbaher or not '.the horses are ready t;go on another:call. Often in the height if the busy season he handles carriages "on mar gin." Thut is, there ant1 often occa sions when there is not a vehicle or a horse in lilie stable and a customer wishes to have a carriage immediate ly to takeihim from Fift7-ninth street to the Grand Central station. There may be a carriage at one of the hotel stands in thciiii-ighboihool standing idle. The operator learns that it 5.. a landau, when the very fastidiour- customer would be content with nobbing hut a victoria. Jonts is going to a house in Thirty-fourth street with a victoria. The customer did not ;pt ciallv selecl a victoria, but the vthi-le as tlie onh four-wheeled thing wi! ich was available. The problna which confronts the dis patcher 'is to intercept the victoria. send ow the landau in its place and then ge-i the victoria to the customer who insists upon having just what he orders So the carriage agent at the X hotel is 'instructed to hold the landau and to intercept the victoria, which U bound elsewhere, as it is driven through the street past the hotel The vehicles do not follow regular time tables, but the carriage dispatch er estimates the distanae .which they travel to a nicety In a lisery stable which supplies many of t'he hotels a call was received for a carrirtge. There was none in the Ftable. line dispatcher lost no time. The carriage must be at a pqint near ly a mile avray by five o'clock, and it was then eight minutes of the hour. The dispatcher worked and talked. He changed the routes and destina tion of three carriages and cabs, and finally got the required vehicle mov incr to the ni act where it was required. In three minute? he had the word "all right'' from a carriage agent who bad fueceeded in making the necessary ..i,t,. roc ue instructed, and the cus- intinj.vr inimT yet what he had ordered. .M1 riirhi?" said the liverv stable man. "Of course, when 1 get an or- dcr it will he filled, although many n the time I do not know how in the world it is to lie done." That is where iu ,if iln train dispatcher is llll- .-Hill tosether one vear for SL75. Uii'l unuiuvi - - - C'mpp iinil John 'nPP. "J THE tWIOE-A-WEES kjiPOfBLIU. Every Monday and Thrsda.y anewspa- er as eood as a msgattne and better fot itoontalnetbe latest by telegraph as well ts Interesting- stories r sent to theaub riberof the "Twice a Weekf Republic, which only (is year. Tbe man who reads tbe "Twica-a-A'eel"KepubliC koowa all ahout affairs, jioiitlcal, domestic and foreipn events; le oonted about the markets andoinmerctal -matters generally. The woman who roads tbe"Twlce-a- Wepk" lleoubllc gathers a bit of valuable nfnrreation about household affnirs ana ite fabions and finds recreation In the teriirht-atories that ootne under bolb the 4jdinir ol fct and fiction. There la ejossip about new boots and a oien othej topics of especial interest to the wiae- wakuigiao and woman. leave Bt Joe.... ..... Kansas City. . " independence Nspolcon ' Waterloo Wellington... Myrlck Lexington Page CfTy..... Hltrglnsville.. Aullvi'ie Concordia f edttllit St Louis. IA8I BOOIID tRAWB- NO. H. (X) put ft: 4l pm No. 7i. Effective March 10th, 1901, :anj -.Mam 7:4" am 7:44 urn T-.M am B:KiHni .... h:"1 pi" 7:0Spm .. 7:14 pm .... 7:i pm 1 TIN rm .7slHpin 8:IOum .8:111pm 8:aam ' :Slom ::iiam 8:8; pm 'l'"ra "'.8:4.1pm Dn'iiatn "' -10:00 did in:Wan- 7:liiam f liiiiid. Huttle Patrick ami Percy P. Pawlck. her nusoann. naisy Iiiiii, Mcinmli Meiimer, flraco Sihmi-ci-t Birdie Bi amir and Oitle Itiii-mi-r, U. H. SelilomrMKo and 11. 11. foldomrldge. Defendants. By virtue of a dwree nn(l order of sale, miKle by the circuit court of Morgan county, Jllsmurl, in the ulwve eaUtted cuus( the .Li,miui umi'liil r-ommlwiiinor. duly nn- ., I l,v uitlil cniirt- will at the court Imiuik; door. In the City of Lexington. .In the county of Lufuyetus, tilaieoi sussouri, on TfESDAY, the 3d duy of CRCEM11F.R, 1001. iM'iween tbe lioursof nlueoVlock a. m. and Hve o'clock p. m., of said day, anil while the oiromtt court of siiKl couirty is in session, sell at public, auction, to lo highest lilddj'r. the fullowlng licscrlbeil (real estitut, situate, i.i., ii.wi iw.inir In Ijitavette county, Mis- siiunl. to-wlt: The northeast quarter, east iirilf i if the northwest ausrter and the north- eiuit-niiarter of the soul hwest quarter of sec tion thlrty-slx ftii). township fifty range twemty four (M), ami the uorlliciist quarter of ilio northeast quart of section twot-), tnwuslili) forty-nino rang" hyl-ih-jt ....... l: also the north lui'lf of the northwest qtisrter oi aeciion unr-mi. "niii".. .... uliiohHI), range twenty-four (II). Terms of Sale: Uash lu hand at time ' "f Sale. 11. A. i AHiSr.ljIj, ppeclal , ilia w KaoVas City every Saturday evening and Sunday. F.ast 850 am.. 0:4!i am.. l0:0Aatri . io:HOam . 11:00 ate. ntBIOHTS, Leaves f.nxlng m.... PngoCli ... H'-gainsville.. " Aullvllle.. . " Concordia.... Bedalm 2:1. 1pm.... "T"" Dally, except Sunday. WCSl 8::15 um pin 4 a pm 1 :4ll pm 1 :lll pm 10:40 uid Jefferson City, Boonvllle and Lexing ton Division. rWotaxictt the Opening of to Red River Divisu .x .Tom. Denisoa and Sherman Texas. Throwgn Train Service will shortly be established from St. Loiri Gty over the Shortest Line to Texas I'rcc llload Cure. Wo msommend Uotanio Blood titlm (B. B. 11.) for nil blood trotrb'.es, such as ulcers, ntlrir sires, scrofula, oczetna, limiing nu: nors, pimples, bolls, carbuncles, blood pol- mi nclrlna bones. fesWi-lng sores, cancer, Ciitarrh, beunmtlsni. Intanlu Uloou iiaim urea all niBllgnant bloul or skin diseases, .sneclalbr advised for oUl.deep seatea cases. U cures wtien all else fall. Heals every sore r pimple, stops all acnes and pains by lving a healthy blood supply. Tliorounhly tested f.irtblriy cars. Thousands cured At drug oros, flJW per large buttle. Our readers vUl receive a trial treatent free by wrtUng I. Glllam. 403 MlU-hell t. Atlaniu. Ja. ttosorlbethe trouble and free medical advice gtren. Medicine sent at once, prepaid lu-)td fspuclnl Commissioner. No. 72. Leave. 7:15 am 8:-iARtn ... 8:55 um 9 : 111 h in D-.27 am !i:SS am Il-.aoam 2;2(lam 4 45 pm ..... Bead down MIXED DAltif EX0. SUNDAY. No 71. Arrive .. I,exWgton ... Myrlck ...Nortbrup ...Dover ...Edwards ... Waverly ....Marshall ....noonvllle .. Tipton Notice to Bridge Contractors. I will lot to the lowest and best bidder on MONDAY. OUTOBEft M, A. D., 1H01, f- .,miHim in A Truss Bridge, thirty leet span, to be built across Little Hot creek, in the siorthwest corner of section u. town ship 4. range 27. ana about, one aim a ijuanei miles suth of Thus J. Powell's residence. Letting will take place at bridge site at 10:30 o'clock a. m . . , Plan asd specifications can be Been at time and jilace of letting. Contractor is to give bond for maintenance of bridge s the law directs. ....... Commissioner reserves i" i;b'" "J-.V 7:45 a. m SANTA FE ROUTE. Trains arrive at North Lexington: No. 26 (dally) Trains leave North Lexington: QOINO EAST. .. 4 1! pm " " .. 3:35 pm VIA .. 3M0 pm rr';v?7h.-.wwram ... 1 :15 pm iarw - .. 3-.no pm SfflWsT 9$n Tr 4:45 pm l K ' 4kVl li'f Read up. 11 ,T j 81 iVlihQ feff Mmm- TO No. 8. (dally). " 20. 2, " . any or all kids. Commissioner. ' right meaning." The lawyer took often di.-coiinted by the man who has 70 rigs to keep in motion. Mosquitoes Cure Snakebite. Wonderful things are happening nowadays. A l'ort Jcrvistlirpatclin port that while getting railroad ties near thai place Abe Morehouse was bitttn in the leg by n ratth snake. A doctor was at once sent for. When he. arrived the bandages were taken oil, and as soon as the leg was bared a .warm of mosquitoes lighted on it. In ' ... minims the iirou.id was covered a i 'FORECLOSURE A.LE. i Whereas, J. W. .Tordnn and Mary J. Jorlan his wife, on the Bth dav of May, 18. by their c rvaln deel of mortgage duly recorded In tbe oftlCB t the recorder of deeds of Laf y ette count v. Mtosourl, In book II, oage&i, .j Iu...r.t.i i-iiiinlv Of 'Missouri, for the use and beuet of the countf school runa oi sa.ci imywcuui ij, state of Missouri, the following descrlb.;d real aie. sltuaieu in iiib murim" county, to-wif. The nnrtheast juar-r of .i.in .ur.ifB m containing forty acres more or ie. wiiim i j v , 7 miide to atvure aceriain uonu m u-; T. ...!n fii i.win mild J. W. Jordan and lolm K. Dean and Hubert Wilkinson for u.a..iv.J nmmlwHl twelve tllOllthS after date to pay Lafayette county, state of Mlsseuri. for the use and Deneflt of tne county school fund Ave hundred and Hfty .i-.n,,. iv-jimn with Interest from date until paid, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, which said bond Is of uiit the said Mil ilav of Mav. lNWt, and whereas, default has been mtule in ine conuiiiiui m . mortgage dit'd and In the payn.ent of said liond according to the U'nor and effect, there- i .i...n, u nun rln and utiini d In urln- i ,.ii iuii. rest on said bond the sum of eight hundred tblrty-tlve and seventy one hundredths dollars jMj.70) with Interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per ihi.nniii liiretofort. tO-WIt, at ihe iid'liuirned August term, 1001, of the county court of Lafayette rountv, stilt of Missouri, anil on tne Yin nay ui vi :i.i., .. .J., . ..i.i ...... ..iu xmirt. liv its order of said date, duly entered of record, directed that .. .i C.r . I .. r.i witlli. i.nuntv. Htite O' lllll siierui ii - it...j....v . , .,.,,11 iiiuoiirl. foreclose s il.l mortgage deed and levy t he said sum of money wit h the Interest thereon Iron the date of said order and the costs upon the real esmw anuve u hclmi the mortgaged premises aforesaid and o sel the sameor so inuen n eicui us .... , or might bo necessary to satisfy th" said Iced, Interest, anil costs at the front, door of t he county court house. In the city of Lex to Lafayette county, Missouri, during he mttl.g of the circuit court of said M i lily iit IU Decen ber term, 1101. tlrst Imv " giyven twenty days notice of the time, terms and place of sale, together wi h t ie description of the property to be sold by advertisement. In the Intelligencer, a news '"per published lu Lexington, Lafayette county, state of Missouri. Now. therefore, know all men, that. I. the undersigned Owur Thomas, sneriu oi i.uiaj NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice la hereby Riven that a meeting- ot tbe shareholders of tbe Lexington Bonding and Loan Association, of Lex ington, Missouri, will be held at the office of tbe Secretary, No. 1119 Franklin Aenue, In the City of Lexington, County of Lafayette, Mo., on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1901, at 9 o'clock a. m. of tbat day, for the pur pose of taking a vote of the shareholder ot tbe aald association on a proposition then and thereto be submitted to them, to Increase the capital atock of said assocla Hon from the sum of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars (f 400,000), which it now la, to Five Hundred Thousand Dollars (1500.000), an Increase of Uoe uunarea Thousand Dollars (f 100,000). W. U. MoCAUSLANU, Pres. Chab. W. Loomis, Seo. , wtd EXECUTORY NOTICE". Letters testamentary on the estate of Henry C. Wallaoe, Sr.. deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 4th day of November, IWH, by the probate court of Lafayette county, Missouri. , , . . . All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allow ance to the executors within one year after the date of said letters or they may be pre ..iuii ml from nnv bene tit of such estate: and If such claims be uot exhibited within two years from the-date of said letters they will bo forever barred. Tills 4th day oi novemiier. inui. HBNKYC. WALLACE. Jtt , F. LtK WALLACE, Ij.OtS Executors. " 4, No. 1. . ft. i, 18, 0:19 a m .lu. mi am . 7:15 p m . 8:35 p m . 3:47 a in (dally) ............. California Limited. California Limited OOINQ WEST. 8:5s a m 12:a am . U:l0am 12:7pm 6:46pm J. n. Easter. Jr.. Agent. W J. Black, G. P. A.,Topeka, Has, No. Chicago and Alton Railroad. Trains leave Hlgglnsvllle as follows! wkst Bound. k at r. an1 IT f! mail 5:45 am ' r.-n .ii nnl limited 7:40 am 6l'. Higginsvillo and K. t accom. 7:55 am . .o q. iitnia at.il K n. mall 4:30pm III), Local freight and accom 8-47 am AST BOUND. No 14, 8t. L. and K. C. mall J:47 am 60 K. C. and Htgglnsvllle aocom. . :15 pm 10, Calif, and Col. limited 7:35 pm 12 St.L undK. C.uiall.. 0:57 pm " 118, Local ireight and accbm 12:45 pm W. S, LYONS,-Ticket Agent, Telephone No. 50. SM Antonio. VIA WACO, S. A. A. A. P. and SOU. PAC AND TO Austin. VIA ELGIN AND H.4T. C. Through Tourist Sleepers. CALIFORNIA, Via SAN ANTONIO and SOU. PAG ; J O. WOKTHINOTOW. 8. N. WiiiSOB III 5 i I ..-.. it i ll 1 1 l I uh " heets of blank legal cap paper with dcni an i . What . Thev luni .-ui kio mc i ; wound ami sailor. -Iiouse r me. aMd. "Madam." he replied. , Egotism. "von urn (t niiniianitivelv , ... ... .... ,,,,, n i ,1 ll PAn . 1 ' 1 .,r,itini wnieu icauMi "v 1 cite county, state or Missouri, -r , . ursnance of saldoriler ai.il be cert. He ' ,. v thereof to me delivered on this the H.th l'..'y of October. IIWI. and the power ami au thorltvl'y law to me given under sa il order of said court and said certltled copy hereof, ml heretofore, to-wlt, on the saul 1 tti b i y ; ..... ... . inn levied u non and seized the ;1 fiMeni'd them to the will. V'lii doing with all that paper f :.l,nve ilescrOK'H real esnii" '' .1"' , - (..i-esalil. and 1. the said sherltl. uo nereny give notice that I will on MONDAY. THK'i.NO DAY OK DKCF.M BEK. 1!1 the same being the llrsl day of said Decem ber tei-mof sai court iinoiiiiriiiK " f sal. c o.irt at. Lexington, county and s a e ori'salii. between the hours of iilneo cli ck In the forenoon and the o'clock In the tern . on of said day. at '"VTV'i'i'.v Ihe ci imty court, house, ill said cl y of Le i ,gii it county and state aforesaid. In pur snan,','' of hi. in order and sal. cert led copy '"'i:. anu presumal.ly nave mi j r .,.,,,, o.printion list is ex- ' " , ' r,,.,, and by law given to m": live. Knowing a little , atpu.,ncve,,, ,u. t,,- "' yur sex, 1 an, ...erelr making cu?alilo.--UnnlcOiJiL. , m , , , -Per proviMon for the codicils."- - therefor. DoExpos. It , I M liica-M i., ituenvpr a man's ! -state ... si.tisfy the ,' ; 1 :"os,s' ' V nen oro 1 . Mnciuiiingiii""--" v :; ,, TiuiMin I . .i)n I'mititv. Stale Of LEXINGTON, MISSOURI. Rpal Estate. Loans and Insurance Agents. ABSTRACTS OF TI1LK MADE, Will loan money on improved farm lands at f and 514 per cent Interest OFFICE IN HiEItLE BUILDING Through to Harrison. On April 15tn, the St. Louis and North Arkansas Railroad, was formally opened tollairison, Arkansas, estab lishing (In connection wiiu me x nsco liQe from Seliirman) direct railway com munlcatiou with some ot the richest lead and zinc fields yet discovered. The territory traversed by the new line presents perhaps the most remark able panorama of ruuuea mountain riinces and ferti e valleys to be found on the American continent. A trip to Har rison is well worth the time so spent either from a commercial or a sight seeing standpoint. , Tho Man Question. woman was roasting the men to- ', "'hereupon a man said with rU'Vcd inn... "M.,,1,.,,. vnll foi'iiet 111 .Vliir father was a man." Auhi- ...,-i.n.. ihcv hit it every time they choot.--At'Ji ! But Does the JobA the Sams. '. ,,iu!t draw.- tlie line at i canal towpaih,- Chiiago Daily News. Sheriff of Missouri. OSt.'A Lafayette t'ouuty, State J L. PEAK, SURGEON DENTIST; MASONIC BTJILDINO, Lexington, . Mo Quickest and Best Line to MEXICO. " katy flyer"; St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City ALL TRAINS HAVC FREE KATY CHAIR CARS and BUFFET SLEEPERS. AM ERICA'S MOST POPULAR RAILROAD 0. 11IIIIH " HiPII 1111'!! H IB fllWJll A PERFECT PASSENGER SERVICE TO 3. Dr. J.W. Meng Surgeon Dentist. Office in the Meng Building, Lexington, Missouri. STEPHEN N. WILSON, ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. Lexington, - - - Missouri. Office: Room S and 10. Haerlo Building. AND POINTS IN For 8ALE- I have for sale a good pay. Ing business, about two thousand cash required. For full particulars call on V Lea Walts!". Pfnt. Lexington, Mo. 4-27 DR. W. R. ECKLE, Surgeon Dentists, offloe in Hesrle Building Kloventh and Main streots, Lexington. Mis sourl ' luanrtl What Shall We Haye Tor DesertU This ouostlon arises in tho family evory day. Lot us answer it toJay. TryJell-O.a delicious desert. Prepared in two minutes, .... . A a. . nnnl I No bakingl aim 1101 water auu 0nei- Flavors: Lemon, orange, raspberry ana straw berry. At your grocers. lOoenls. 6 PassenirormHlTlcketAgcnt.mgglnsvlllo.J'f 0BO.J.t:tuiiLTON, 0. H. i: T. A., Chicago. 1.. AND TERRITORY BEYOND. W. 8, LYONS. A RARE CHANCE. Hmving decided to close out my boldV Inss olcows and heifers, some 60 head, I offer fermle one and all. wy 1100 wu prlae Shorthorns, Aoguses Herefords and Jersey mixed. All were selected with reference to milk strain. 'formerly belov in creamery boainess. Some Tweoty odd .I.K null a. fni.t. an rl halance to calve shortly. Price) rsogtoir from ?25 to j .ifill-O. the New Desert. , ..11 .u ...!,. iTnnr Hi.vnru -lemon nar tiead. Call on or address pieases ui. luu ......,. r-- - TALBOT SIVFBOK orange, raspberry ana strawuerry. v,o... . .". . Anvltle, Mo. Flilnliu.