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WHEN THE WINDS SAY "BOO
It drm't n im IUm noilun a dot' Vhn ihi- hMIVM t? I " bi n. An' th Vlttd lii In thl tr. a topi Jut i a-Hhukln' of 'cm do n, An' Ihi ft aln'l BO plaM l RO t An' Ibtrt ain't a iUuk 10 do, 'Ctpt ter it B nlKhth nn Ua:n Whm tlu Wind aa "floo!" to u. rpt 10 itt o' atfbti aii' Hot en WbUai the trlttdi talk hUrh or low, 'Copt to think o' iuramor tan'acapea Ait' o' field o' long aso, (Vpt to m mt r ttopln' htllafdaf An' oj1 tWttt DOt hi ! "ii kt.v, NuuKit t- do but t -dri timin' Wh n lh- wind y i "Boo!" lu you Jtwt tn net nn' drum arh.l waltlrV Tfetouffti thi winter wind find wrack, For the WBHQlirl mill fttl lUlllhlltfl Whin the violet COtOi back. An' t hi m irjtut rites in i i i. Doori ! an' awatt to you; N.u.kM to do hut Jtial r ii. mix r And thl winds mi) "Boo!" la y DU Or to Juki 111 Up on dr nmln' Of tin thlnKM yih knowed o' yoft, An' Kit down an" to to tumhUn' with th.- baby on i i n -.r. Tin th.- wai ono'i haii' laughter Loil no otbar itund come through; Till you're comfy and aln'l CO Tin' Wbi n the windi my "Hoo!" to ou J m Lowto, In Houai m r oooooooooooxhckoooooooooc NINITA A IRAGfDi 01 ARIZONA Bv MKS. M. L. mtsi OOOOOOOCHXiO'XlOOOOOtiOOCIUOOO WHEN Philip Delmar i hangi hard, uik ongenlal climate native New Bngland italei fur semi-tropical latitudes n Arlxui hopad only for a temporary n frcim Um sentence of death arhlc doetora tiHil imposed upon film. H4'itli'i up IiIh tea affaire ami I the if hit i hli He baile gnodby to his fr ils and ilatlvi Ihankful that In' I. a. I and would leave nout h to mourn for him That was ifi yean ag 1 ami sre hi' was alive ami will, the fortunate owner of a rirh mini', living in u handaome honii', and married aye, there is the rub married to a little half-Spaniah, balf-Mcilenii concert alnger, with whom hi- was madly In love, people eaid Otberwlaa why did he marry her, a Kiri who could have ban had for the sjii.il, j' so thi' American contingent de njgrad And hi had taken her away fmm Apache Jim. ihe bandanme half tiriHKt who hnd been educated by the government ami had more rb h mln tnn idalms than he could muni on the harlnged Bngeri "f his two hands When he took a fancy to Ninlta Stain ih for "baby Kin" he bum her a ejMMefl hall tn the worst town In thr region of Presiott. and made money from her mualral notea. He dreaaed bar like a high-born Mexican lady, beat her. and burned her Rnery in his tantrums, and IWOTe 'hat lotnt day he would kin bar This Klrl was now tie' Wife of Philip Delmar Sweet-tempered and obedient, sh" sat at home and wnllid fm hef htmband ghc had been mnrrii d a year and yawned waaril) most of the time when the was not praying hi r thanka to thi' virgin for giving her iui h a go.nl home and husband Ninlta would havt been plad to talk with old Tereae, th.dr on hir position as mlatreM lervanf. be debarred hi from that privilege, and ihe refuge In her tnuilcal neenpatti piano and RUltar, and the pra her ran- contralto volee "I aim; for my Felipe," ihi say iweetly, 'bi' little brown dreaaed by Philip In American thing , lothee, lueh as in- rememhered that his moincr and sIsiit wore, and tool Ins to In pongruous nmidst her lurroundingi "Yes. my Nina" to htm she waa al ways Nina "ling to your Philip and harm away his mood, ns David Miothi'd Saul " "So lb- was Amerlrann You loft him too" Then this grave, elderly man would laiiKh at her. be who had matched h-r u a, brand from thi' burning for her aoul's salvation was It. or for her na ti v charm and beauty? sh' yawned again and looked at the fratch at bat Im'U To old Tereae, loitering near, he said "Tre' o'clock and he MM not my Felipe Oh U In hurt die my hynrt Ko tinike 1 lofe him so " With that sin gave a great start Coming out betwaee the walls of tie Williams canyon Wat a man on horsi bark, and It was not her huaband, Philip lielinnr He was a far hand omt r man and be sat his fb r Mexican mare with a Krare that tallied well with his pie turesijue outfit Then was a not of rolor In his ensemble Nlnlta's eyes flashed with the old half-wleked light that had been quenched for a year Thl was a cavalier grand, euperh and onci he hnd beaten her. but that wai not hint:, ahi had not bated him Vet . it wr.s Apaehe Jim He had been Incarrs rated In a lull in Albuquerque for a year Now he was free and looking for Nina, and toy at seeing htm made her forget net husband "So you run off with the sennr Americano" he said after a rant sal Utatlon. "You come hark now with im -yea?" "No. no He marry dm; be give mr dose " Hhe held up a ill tub r brown hand and showed him the plain band of gold, her wedding ring, guarded by n uperh dlnmond "Mr wife now." "So! But you come to me my Ninlta that make nn difference you hear?' He grasp' ' her shoubli r rudely and turned her about to fare him HP teeth clicked savagely, and the forrp ol that mm! hand was crushing her arm Ilut thr Violence was dearer to hrr than a carase- thi Amrrlrano lover was toe tame. She often longed for a blow "Mc go with you a Icetleof the way.' ehe aald, temporizing How splendid ti her rye the rude bearing, the barbarb opulence of bli drrss. while BhC was not any more like her people, not even o reboao or the common tapla to remind her that she was the ihnreudnnt of a don "Me ride to the chapparal with you Jim; you wait." She sent Teresa for her horse whlb "he ran upstairs and slipped Into th tirald-d cloth habit that she won- whet riding. Her husband permitted n con cimmIod here Kvcry button was a mig get of solid gold, with the Initial lettei of her name engraved on It When sh rejoined Apache Jim ehe called his at tention to the but i una. There are wom en who play with Ore. Nina waa on of them. Her horse waa a fiery mustang that never felt whip or apur. Its nature waa to run like the wild things of the plain and Nina was allowed to ride It becausi it could carry her swiftly out of dan ger. Now she hurried and sprang tr, the saddle before her old lover rould reach her She did not wnhl to havt the "so good Krnor Americano" find them together, she was beginning, too 1o feel afraid, not of Apache .Mm. but of bereatf, Teresa, watrhlng them, bbw the two talking earnestly together as they rode rapidly down the darkening sides of the great valUv. Qaga her yotiuc mill ram ..... . , ,,! mnn CgUgQl w driiii.- uf i.i r mustang and tbi two die appeared, twallowed up in th- iiiiik nete, Philip Delmar made no search foi hi loel wife, feellni absolutely certain timt Khr hmt gone of her own free will liui he marked the time when Apache Jim WOUld throw hrr bhiiIi'. nnel there would be mine tn rare for her. Never could be see her acain, but through othora he would save hrr from th final wreckage which wiw sure to come. And one day he heard a straags story Apache litll WH In Yuma hail been there fur a long time. tut Ninlta wai HO) with him -had never heen with him Then Philip Delmur went to meal bli enemy and have n reckoning They faced each other at a table In thr public plaza, nnd neither tllnrhed Apache Jim wh waaring in his short f runt the iiukiM huttonN that helongcd to Nina. Phlllpi sprang upon him like tiger and caught him hy the throat "Where is she? Where did you get thoae but tone?" he asked, deliberately "She Ninlta give them me." hi gaapad forth "Wretch I You lie!" Philip looMnad one hand from the half lireed's throa! that he might Itrikfl him In the face again "Where is she? Speak baton I kill you. hound!" There was the (.'Utter of a deadly knife, which Philip Hung from his a emy'l hand us if it had bam a i hild's toy Mir gathered about th- two. but made no Interference; they knew bet ter than to Interfere In such iiuarnds In that country, A revolver ehof itrucli Philip in the arm Hi' drew his own nnd n fualllade left them alone. A pec hi .lit), sai.'. to the floor. "I'm done for. curae you," he gnspni, "but i have the iwoet revenge, Vou feel n i !i had when Nina go with mi sh, noi with tne nevalr ghe loft the S 1 d I. or A nn rl' aim all tin timi- im i nt over th1 rarrio a word he? what havi fi ,'trlne l.. M ni ri' i- srn'.r nnt nave ou aone with in r?" '8b I gu not with mi- Ninlta no sin iay: 'Keel me bafort t leave Pelipe' so l keel her eo you have no wifemy Ninlta -aha bury then b theuld Pima claim ihi " "Thank Ood!" cried Philip, tpurnlnfl with his fool the now llfibss form Nina was trui.shi loved me It maki It eaaier to bear that she Is dead, nnd t ot fab' " He knew thai tin deeperado poke Ihe truth, and Ills next mow-was rim It Vea, foi th truth ru ce Apat hr Jim had told Thoae wdm live Inthatoun- V.llla hi' enli i canyon are famll bmefit of N'ina In tin mauaoh um. neat poor :iri'. re malm sin' had periabi d for Si nor Americano. raid. nilflc i t uratdt spot where tin i- found, win re fidelity to her cago Rcrord-Hi Ihi ) NAMEL FOR STUDS AND LINKS I , in il ii ii In, In for I:en1im Pveas ltletlape Pearl amg Plata i. "Ot it is no lunger correct to aay that m gentleman would evei think ot wearing anything but motbi r uf pearl or plain gold stud links In an evening shin tCliamt'la an- bring very much used lot thise kdjuni'tl of evening dless, and when lightly treated are eartainlj beau- i II ni lor Maistroat buttons; links and Btudi of pair ruse anamal on gold, with a raised deaign In thr imter ol hrib Hants, an- now made. Another design is a si t of studs madi d white enamel in hexagon form, out lined with diamonds and thr affect on the shot front le extremely good, giving iln appearance ul diamonds only and cauaing people to wonder bow they an titled lo 'lu shirt Single studs an no! to at iy so much worn as formerly, and perhups two studs arr murr fastuonabli than three, though It la purely u mat tar of taste I he vary latest design for studs anil links is bright crimson ciuimel with Unula xvi latticework of diamond! in platinum over enamel. White waist- eoal buttons are nearly always fancied nowadays Though eotae men etlll pre fer plum mother-of-pearl, lately a ten deucy has come in to have tbeae is'ari bullous ontllnad with platinum or plain gold and studded with either n diamond or a colored Jewel They occasionally are made of onyx with a diamond In the center, and these look well even with n Idark drrss waistcoat Hut thr smart . si men of thr day not Infrequently art seen with waistcoat buttons matching their studs and links. Hooks are lifelong friends whom Wl come to love and know as are do out children. B. L Uourdmun. rime extended to January 16. Notice is hereby given thai plans ami tpeolQcationi for the new Stone Method lit Eplfoopal Cbnroh aro on Ble a', the law oilier ol s. T. Qmabam, Secretary ol the Building Committan, in Farmin.tton, .Mo., ami thnl bids will be motived for the construction of the same until six o'clock p. in. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1101. A oertified check of 1600.00 win be required with each bid, and the party to whom the contract shall be awarded win be required to give a sol vent bond equal to contract price lor the performance of bli contract. The Building Committee reserves the right In reject any anil all bids. W. R, Ki.i.iott, Chairman, Atteeti Building Committee. S. T. QftggHAM, Secretary. December k, 1 90S. Home Market. tVhtat oats Corn (u, riour r too nn. w n Meal 70at Hay ton 10 otxeu Irish Potatoes g sweet Potatoes Apples, v bushel met onions Hrleil Apples obtekeai rt f rying OfelOkaai i u7 Kggs r uux gutter r a M Means r liusliel Mi bacon e a m lairil r a 'Innow v a sorghum Hlolusses suit hlil 1t Honey Baaawax a DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of KidncyB. CURE manner, urinary urnaun. A so Rheumatism, Back achcFIoartDlsease Gravel Dropsy, Female Troubles. Don't become discouraged. There li a 1 cure lor you. It ii bijou rj write It. reaoaa i He hurt i peal a fife time curing Juat niion I cuhi'h ft ytiurri. All consult at IDI Free. "I had Mvorecaae kiuney diaeaie on rhciimallftiii. (llwliarnuiK IthM.ity niatlcr Suffered liiini-c pain My wife- w us r loudly affected with fonialetwubloo. Dr ffouoeri K ttlncy a. id Harkachi- t'ur ruri il us Loih. F M. WUBELBU, hoBdulpb, la " nrujrftiti. Mc l- Ask forCofek Hook Free. ST.ViTUS'DAHCEKrrS! BLACK -DRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and" siultry havu few troubles which aro not bowel and liver Irregularities, Blaok Draught Sbick and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock. It puts the organs of digeation in a perfect condition. Prominent American breedan and iartnrrs kii'p tlu ir herds and (locks healthy by giving them an occa sional does of Bin k-I h-anght Stuck and Poultry Medicine in their food. Any stock raiser may buy a 25-ccnt half-pound air-tight can of tliis modicinn from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for week), Dealer gener ally keep Black-Draught Hbick and l'oultry Medicine, If yours does not, send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers, The, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn. Bocmnxa, Ox., Jan. 80, IBM. mack-Draught fHock and Puultry Hndlcine Is the best I over tried. Our stock wss looking bad when yon sont mo the medicine and now they n getting so flue. Thoy aro looking 30 per cent, better. B. P. DBOCKINUTON. HERlilALTH IS HEALTH WORTH $1.00 TO YOU ? If It Ii, ami yon rt onr of th niigg gnrrfriTg wnm liver of ne-J- iroiiLl. a.tbe- Wfy to Mlllh ! ii tn v.m t n I ' i .1.11 Mr l.t'ftn Liver itfitl Kli1iir IIhIiii. Ii has lit, . m-hun iit: i runeweii ixipe) o iitr1iiirtliiiaB,!i-le llwlll tn run. lleg,eig.'he. i'net!plln. iHixinrbt, i n in tiir Mark cm :i'.l Hot Kiaahra i- w lliiv "f t hr II an '.a ai;il Feet- i'on'trjftgg tbem by llghti, ther nr 1 ; 1 ; .it . a of drgd lie- .'- , . r HUf ,;,:i.r( iroublat. Don't Wftll until run are bernod help your life nnwi to d y . A bottle of (t . .!. II. Sir I tm 'g urr nun ttiuiicr itnini Jit Your Druggist's If he tlnetn't keep 11. lend na fl.OO ft . oig name, ami we win eipregg ynn it ... - ire prniiitia. WritA for booklet. "Houod Beute" THE OB. X n. MclEAft MEOICtte CO. si.losu, m. Sold by B.T. Pharmnc Cu., BonnT erree O.S. Floacnce, DeloKc BIBLES The St. Francois County mm mn socim h.is received over 200 Bibles and Testaments winch will Ik- sold at ACTUAL COST. Quarto Bible, pebbled nmn, cilt 4g 8.7fi Quarto, roan, gilt edge. . 3.26 Royal Octavo Bible, large print, ret'., nunpg, roan, fil edge 2.60 Slime size, cloth, plain t'il(;c, no rt'f . or maps SO t iotavo, bonrgeoiiref , ,inapa, roan, pebbled edge 1.26 12-Mo. Biblea, olotb, red edge 115 12-Mo. Bibleg, gmaller print 1 .125 Now Teatamenti and FgaJmg, oetavo, large print, ronn. , (jilt edge 90 Small aige, olotb, red edge, , , .110 Small Teatamenti, oloth, red ' edg ' .08 Small Teatamenti, oloth, red edge i -03 A Bible will be given to any )'tyn Uy withonl one and not able to' buy. These books nre on sale nt Society's Depository at COL t & imixoim's, Fariningtoti, Mo. LANG ft BRO. MagUrAOTOREHS Or-e WAGONS, BU&QIES, ; PLOWS, AND llKAI.KKa IK - Farm Machinery, Lumber, &c. HgV WOMK AK1 TltK. SOU NDK.-i r MAT! -gXaX UL'AIIANTKKI. OILS' CV.R YONDLn. ffWeelM' i' v. is smi f grow Jvs' t vt r :. order, i toop it bri raei t ear t' oiow Ji' BVtl jointer ilr.is-i s, . ii,, i uretner over there Th .n a i 'rr.ost anywhere-; Si i m : iik, no place could compare With Ji ' over undt r. Fbl.ln's th' la-si ye (Vir struck Jis i.vcr yonder; Ain't no aton. thin' si flshtrman'i luck Ji s' r, r 1, r Bbjgta' trout ai; m P lie It'iid up stream with wary eye, Jes a-eohuV far :h' fly, . ltigiit over yonder. tiii.s seen purtlea in in' fail J-s' over ond' r; Ol' lliii'-w I.i: i a an eur l' call rm J, s ovt r rendi r. II yuu're ii,l down heme, 1 vum, Canl t. i ii in-' kin' g.um T think it. IiIkk ' greuie'll drum Ite' e.' r yor.d, r Nothtn' iver gcs aakew J. s' over oudi r. The I tli' v ii It :,"ks t' you .i. ) ever y under I a mi. n y on nil there you'll see That you'vi been fooled mightily, For xuthln' better sun ibere'tlbe J, - A. Ni Iii Llpplneott'l Mara oociooooooooooouooooooooooo THE YOUNG I S( M001 Tt4( HER ilv I. II. I IM ASIt It. 6oooc oopooo oooooooooooooovj afewrrfaai iaa.au i.ii nrj reb c.i HAM S nfT.' A main . ill Hut how wai Miaa atargarei tn know taat rTei Lew-found garden In i i its tree of lurbiuden fi nil I The trust, , s ni to niaiK' acnool, being uui) wltii tie ir coalburnlng and corn toeing, ii rgot, as tbey usually did, to 1 1 ' t u ii in rj anil the llrnt M inlay In lay tiniiiii 'lie mile Iuk ichoolhouae unung the plnei shut up and silent. N'iniiorte. Nobody was niucb eon arned Prleata are not partial in pub lic aehoola, and nil 'Oajani are good Oathuliea, ami follow tluir priett'i Lead. Still in every eoininunlt) there in n lemiini; man ready t step in and ihouldcr reaponalbtlltlca thai the dele tated ahonldera fhun lo it chanced thai at. Leeerf, plodding past theachool hnuae beside iiis ilow-inoving team, looked at tiie closed door and shook iiis hi nil Anil thai night, nfter In li.nl washed his feet and eaten his supper, he shook his in ml again otter bis ciga rette and il.l -.ii his wife "No Das aln' right, agreed madam Madam always agreed Bbe was us snail as nionalcur was large, and war convinced beyond all doubt that he was quite tin' brainiest man that ever was. Madam had rone as far as ihe third reiuier. and had heen known to read paragraphs from th' county paper, she ion) eii at monsieur, now antoklng silent in tin- tn.. mlight, um'. n droop of weari ness in bli attltudi stirred Inr love lo deeper tenderness, sin baatened to itrengthen her Indorsement. "No, iias aln' right. Me ami Amelia wns tall; 'bout dai l ist Wik, Com ul! plant', rtee clln. Ohllun ougbl to he in Miir,.!. 'in removed his cigarette, Madam Amelia wsi the wife ami beeaol the st rond I' sding man. "She aay: 'Yaa das so. Dere'amylil gal faU in 'le branch while i was ween' ami Dealer ret bees loot mush playing town lo ile ng.' ll.it she yy.in't board ilc tel. her. 11. lie No. Says ti teller Wil lie' last last In "I! We is all board rigi him i " monsieur replied "Ya," madam agreed loyally, "ila all right." Bui ane looked in coneteme- Uon at thr prospect of havln! a siratiRr man In the hnino, nntl wondered ille mally how she would rver t through work If she had to wear shops all day long And there wai Marls lwles with an aeeenl on tho last syllable like an taclamatl onjust budding into beauteous womanhood. Ilut she Kept 'hrae forebodlngl to herself, and hravi -ly lubecribed to the belief of the nedsh hors that w hen M. Lcierf raid n thing was all rlKht. It wns ail right. Cent bit n Their faith wan well founded Singular ly cool of Judgment, far-iei Inn. fearless with eiluiatlon Antolnt- Leeerf mlKht have been a Pericles; without It, he wns a coal burner. He shot the iheep hilllni iIiiks of diiiiKerous men, adjusted neigh borhood quarrels, guarded wife and child, nnd drudged Cheerfully for a liv ing As for Oltiseushtp. he could not even vote I'ourqunl M. Leeerf could not sign his name En, bleu, M Leeerf had reason to know the value' of nn education. He went to the school superintendent for n teacher, and was Introduced to Mls Margaret. The young city girl was eager, nnilittlous and anxious to get to work, but she was frightened, badly frightened nt the thought of riding ten lonely miles w ith this great big man un til the superintendent, understanding and sympathising, said: "Mr Leeerf will lake good cure of you." And M, Leeerf. with his broad. Indulgent smile, seconded cordially: "Yas, das all right Tek good rare of you." Then, with a rush of contl dence, Margaret slipped her lingers Into a great rough palm, and found herself swung lightly to a scat In M. lcerf' high wagon. Crowding his own huge frame over the side of the beat that she might not be cramped, nnd forbearing to smoke, al though an hour without a cigarette was a thing almost unknown, he told hit stories as they lode along, stories of the neighborhood in whiih she waa to work, with shrewd comments In passing that Margaret laid up carefully for future use. So rapidly did their friendship progress that when they reached a hit of heavy road and the horse Mowed With RB Ledbetter, INSURANCE TORNADO PtiATB OliAB AMI AOCIDBHTT. Best Companies Represented. i SSlf-lndulgent air. to walk, she reached in eager hunel lo the lines, saying, pi as- ently: "Can't 1 drive, please. Mr. Leeerf. while you smoke?" "Vou dun' mind tobacco? No?" "No, Indeed. I don't mind." she as sured, taking possession of the lines hS passed o er to her. 1 Leeerf smiled Indulgently at her sagerneaa, and rolled a cigar, lie "I don' know ii hints If you don' smoke tea much." lie aald In a tone of apology. "Vou like to drive?" "Yes. Indeed.'' Margaret'! mirth stirred rebelllously. she began to chatter gayly, and though Din of respect to her, M. 1 seerf muffled his mighty ha-hu. her own laughter rang out unreilralnod. Ami thteBterrj mood wai ii"i dampened by her reoeption, for ma lam, In her relief to find that, the teacher was not a man. was gracious to glei fulness, and as the long line of lull lily shi.il days faded from her fu ture she Joyously resolved lo break lu on the sitting she wns saving, and give ihe now teacher fried eggs for supper. 'I he school having thus opened with eelat. run smoothly through the first four wi i k ,M:iS Margaret grew bright- ) 1 1! ami r. sy-eln eked front much walk ng tinning the pines and faithful doing uf In i i liy mend. Bmilos came easily in In r litis ami songs lingered there. She sang often Too nfien It would s. ' in alter that Sunday whfii she came in from a stroll and found u handsome lad inn ul Ins cigarettes on the front gni- lery for Marie s benefit. Marie Intto dueed him shyly na M PMIIIps and the hoy en I' d her w ith line Pruned grave, throwing away his cigarette nnd prof it ring his chair Mnrgan l sat dow n to t hat a ii::!.-. thinking to please Marie, Mallleureun! that a woman ahonld be so dull i r w it I Hut she pleased M. Phillip.! Out, rmlmuni Such a combination uf blue eyes, while brow, pink cheeks and Dirffy hair had never before entered M Phil lips' ken Win n lie told her good-by he promised tn bring her mull next Sun day. An, I next Sunday he brought it Margaret went out to thank him. and . luppt d in Chat a little. She was so anx ious tu he polite to Marie's friend, and show him that she appreciated his-vnur leey. Which was all Very well Lut when she went back to bof room, M. Phllllpe talked to Marie about her Which was all very bad, stupid Vollal To talk to "in 'H sweetheart about anoth er woman. And then, whli h was still molt stupid, he brought the teacher's mall iui.' day when it was i.nt Sunday. He end ihe ii sober eel down on the gal lery to ehal while he waited lor mon sieur in i otnc In. and Marie came up the branch with the week's wash in a tub on her bend nnd found then there. The teacher lool.td fresh, dainty; she wet. loll-alalned. Ah Bacrel Tin in i day Mnrle was sullen nt School, nnd nil Marie's little brothers. tasing their lone from Marie, uon Mil leu nisn The teaei.er 'rted patience in vain sin reeorted to discipline, and all Marl. 's eoiisins e 'est a dire, the whole sehoeil -joined in the Insurruc tlon. The big girls ror as one man Rivalries among themaelvesf Mail mil! Bui no outsider should poach up on their preserv s. teacher or no leachl r At home they spoke openly of having school, and little brothers and allien, true to the lead, told tales ol pedagogic Injustice harrowing to hear KveTy twilight witnessed the roasting of MIbs Margaret upon a dosen well-scrubbed doorsteps Monsleut alone stood firm shaking his hi ad with good-natured lu rredulty at tic Itartllng reports and Mlencluc ail protests with his powerful: "Das all right: das all right Me,"- Mar 'git git good letch, yaa Qood teteh." it.it presently the discouraged droop of the youni te ache r's RhOOldefl when he overtook In r on the road from school inn hut afternoon move'ri thr big mat to more ICtlve measure. "(!ood eve'n, Men Mar rit How', school getting on'.'" he sung out, cheer ily, as he sw ung from saddle and turned to walk Inside her. "Pretty well " She looked up brare ly. hut that broad Indulgent smile claimed Its initial tribute of confidence "The children don't seem tei like me any more " she fnlterod. "I know, me." he aald, SOOtblnglj , "but das all right, tleeg gals get cranky some times Don like people to talk ti des young fi Hows. Mek em mad, yas! Ilut das all light. Me and Sylvan been talk' 'boul It Ile Bay bees gnl tell hlni school goln' he shot op Hut I tell him me, If does beeg gals don' watch out, del be shop op. das what. And Bylviu laugh Ray 'Das right, yas ' Das al right, sho." The big man laughed his big ha-ha at he climbed back Into saddle and ther leaned down to Margaret with a twinkle In his kind eyes iletter let me bring your mall, eh, Mens Mur git ?" "I'll he ever so much obliged," she Dashed up to him. with swift compre hension. "Das all right, yas Das all right," and to his horse: "A lions, cheval allons " Miss Margaret was very matter-of-fact when she addressed Mnrle Louis that same evi nlttg, saying: "Oh. Marie, II you happen to see Mr Phllllpe. will you phase tell him I hav made other arrangements about my mall? I know It has been a nulsanc to him " Volla. The hlg girls were c. 11 glad Bess, the little ones all glee. The school was running again on Its rell-clled wheels. Pourquol? Ah, mon ami, thetearhei had bowed gracefully to that unwrlttM law uf theirs: A has lea mains." Mark Twain long ago arrived at thi conclusion that It Is a very serious thlr.i to be a professional humorist. Reosntl a society youth of the "YVIllU-off-th. yacht" sort was Introduced to the au thor. "Aw. I say. Mr Clemens, I thlnl It must be awfully asy to be funny don't you know." "It Is, for you unles yon try to tie." grimly replied the mai who has made millions laugh. DBALgB IN. 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THOUUTtE, flan' freight A Pu-metjgrr Agent, Bonne Tfrhe, Mo. v vv vw vv v w h 'aagaasmii i i .iii aUgagg wa a mm m a ' w a Real Estate and Loan Agent, ; I have- farm. "1 nil i iasa, prices and qualities, C in Im anywhere, Also have seaac reahleitcea ami vacant lot that I will aell at bargaingi nn sacb easy icrum liiai Ihe titles are not gjoodi but they art-. If you wiinl to barrow ;i lc liuiulre.il dollars, i can furnigh thai too. Ho don't fail to call. Ofllcc South nl i'i .. av i 1 TETLEY-KLEIN LUMBER GO., FARMINGTON, M0., We am prepared lo furnish estimate i"t all kimi- ol l.unii fi in nm a unniiticN desired. Our .-IioiIh and yard are nxlensivo, snil keep full C lines n( Dreesed and Finishing Lumber, Doors, Window Kranicf kimI J Sash, Window Blinds, Weatberboarding, Shingles I'ine, Cypres and w Washington Cedar flooring, Studding, and Indeed everything you w limy necil in the lumber or building line. We also ilDfiUViC CKM III tlCIICC aail I1CCD MCI I DIIMDC Handle i niiiunitft o umjuliiil liiuiiilj qiiu ulli itui iuiiiioi See Us Before Placinp;Your Orders. OFFICE AMD VARUS i Liberty Street, Two Squiii D araGamph Relieves Instantly or Money RefurtdeA Itching, Bleeding Piles, Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding. Allays all Inflammation. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. Bold only In 15c, 50c. a tl.OO ) : FOR SALE AT CITY DRUG STORE f JOB PITTING. W Whenever you need anything in tins line, no matter n what it may lo. call at the office ot k Forii lis Fin enini and we guarantee to give you satisfaction. We are fully equipped with the latest styles in types and the heit presses made. Briefs, Pampleis, Posters, Dodders, Catalogs, Programs, Blanks, Checks, Letter H'ds, Envelopes, Business Curds, Stock Certificates, Visiting Curds, Calendars, Blotters, Etc., Etc, ceu 15 he A For a XOhole Order of Publication. ITATK K Ml ol HI, . Cfiunt) ti M pmtteota1 Ol'tOlr i Vm in. HH, in i ti. I'rotttUi i otin "i W.UJ I tounty . ontbo mtti iln) r Ortntwr, iwjn, iti rolfovrlntf, nonff othrr pitMHcdtniri, won had, i Kctalfl of John v tftannon, iIvcmimnI, K. M.rarlfi , Vttmlnlsi nttor U' lnili noil Vt tlltoll tir Mltr ot i; ;ilty Nm c(imi's Ji'inilc Nhanii.m, h hi-r all or ni'js, 11 ik I n A Mink, ,iml r-linu i tln i iurl linn sh.- iv. n i'i. i umt nt 'i. .lllr m this fslitt'. it ti that slit has s. rvi .l up'i tin-i-a hi ml in in i st rut r. twenty day beiorp the first iiay of the pifnutnt term i this court, notice of nor Intention to rile nt tbti lime her petition for the mie of certain real ei late ol which aaltl John C. shunnon died deed, aetrrlbed n rollnwv, n-wii Tho undlruled one-third Interest m the mirth wett quarter ol tne northeail rjuartitr cit action Kf, contalnlns fortjr ncni; and .n i ihf mum half ol the Mmthen M nuartcr ol iec thin n Lying ittui botna northof th- ale. utnavleee and iron Mountain u ravel Uuad, ilpurrllM-ii as hUlowatoH it UealnnlnM at he noitbweel corner ol hum east half, i uunlna aajt to 8wartioneaoe tract, thence south; tn center ol aforeaatd uravei naid, I hence i outh OaHtjOweatalona enld road to weal line of saM cast half, thence north W Wi mi chatmto baglnhg, contalnlna acrea; alao an the weal imtt or the touUieaal imai tar of lection n llna north ol the ate. uene eiere and Iron Mountain tiravai Uoadde scribed as rolkiwi llealnninM In thecenter of aald are vel road In the north ami south i center line ol laid lection, ntnninv: north D M. lot rhalm tu center ot saidaectlnn. thence eaal ! Ihe north nsl comer "t said waal half, thence -niiii m w-itio cluilm to the canter or Mid k ravel r tad, thence south o west t heainntna ,contalnliiM m act i n . all the above daecrlhetl tract ol land octal" sit uated in tow nablp mi nortlt, rnnai lieuft , st. Krancota county , Mlaaouri, uaifrrtaathiK I (MM Uttanree. teal one acre teeuiletl ai a Itraveyardj all of which said Jennie Hiion nun prat i IbeUoun In onler soil foi the payment of the debta ol laid estate, in ac ! cordance with Iter not leu heretofore served I no i i adminiatrator, as nftireituiu mi tin dmlnlatrator, in rtrtnue tin' no Ilea ofthla petition, now ttleii lid accounts, iiHt.s ami Invontontm lis reiUlretl hi law, howlttH thai anbl estate Is linlehted anil Hint aald debts nre unpaid, ami that ther is noi lufllcleni aaaala on hand to paj ihe Mune. on I'xainlnatlou thereof. II lsnrtettd hi the t'ourt that nil iortlei Interfiled in in- estate tf said d aae lie uotlllvd thai up plication as aforeaald has been uutde, and thai unless the contra rj be shown on tn Iw ftire the Brsl lu) ot the neal reaulor term nl this rourt to tie held on tin- tenth da) id January . mai. mi order w hi Im mmb for the sale of the real estate descrllntl in said petition, 01 so much then oi as mat Im lit rrssai) lor iln- pat un lit ot -.o-i I t Mnl It is further ordered 1 1 ml a copj ol uu order '" nuiilMii ii in soiie liewspniMM iu Halted In snld count) rd el Kianeols lor four weaki prtoi lo the neat term oi tbu eourt. STATK ( ounty 1,0.0 otthe I'i hereb) i a 1 1 ueci or MiHKtii ui, i at, Francois obati ei 1 1 prtdaite 1 ourt . written, na the saiw npiienri ot r,rord ii myofflef, In testimony whereof, I lutve hereunto su rej hand and nhixed the seui fax ai. satd I ourt, nl onlc in Pnrmlngioti this tin it 1 1 il.it ot Not, emleu . Iisi I. II S M 1 I N -. w v v v v . T. H. CLOVER. HiOR i BUILDER. PAIJMINii' Batiliialcii luiiii-li balliliiias. tt'i Phone OS. I 4 r i .,... - ., tI A A A A A A A J. A A J W - en East ol Court House p B, IIVW wV WW WW WWW WW. At ftll r -' DniKL'IntH. i I : A ai i Commoner ZZZ r year Call Here. nasi Settlement. hot we is nareay ft van tbatitin' under Mi i. AaasMlatfntor ofl tha estate of IUI ll K. M iY, Ieeeased, will moke a anni settlemeni ofaaldeatnte at the nezi term ol the Probata court of at. Kruncois count MiaBouti(toha began and held ai tho ( nun Houae in Karmtnjton, Missouri, on the secood Monday In January, im. (iKOituK MAY. Aamlnbjtrtor, Uecemlier 3, v.na' I inal 5ettlcm.nl. is harabf gtvatj MuM Mm I.X' t utui tit the estute of .1'illN HI "NT, Deceased. Notfa sljnHMl, iii make a Rnal settlement ol sunt aatnta at ihf m xi ti riu ot tn- I'rohataOottn ol nt. Pmncots count) . Mtaaonrt. to im- began and hehl ai Ihe tnurt Uouee In Farmlngtan In said i- 'iint on ihf second Monday m Jaa uary, isni. j. w. him, Rsacntor. hi member s. IHM. PitlMl Settlement. Notice hereby grvan that the njastar ilgntd, Admlnlatratrta or the aatataot RtWllj v. hi nn. Deoanaad, will make Rnal settlemeni of saM aetata ai the lu-xt term ot iti, Hroliate (kiutt of 8t, Kruncnis county, Mlaaouri, to be begun and held nt tin Uouee in Purtnlngton in saldcounty. on the second Momlny in Jag uar) .im k i ii i nisi mi i ii Adms, u remlwr it, uus, Pinal Settlement. Notice is tmivhy giren that the under signed, Idmlnlatmtor of the aatats of ni w ion t- mi ikk. Deoeaaed. win make Rnal settlemeni nl mid eatato gl I he next term o tin- Probate Hourt of 81 KntncoiM County, Missouri, io r. begun and held In the t'oun House in Irarmlngton, in -tiii county, on tin' secomi MondaylnJgh ur) . IHM l it a ii 8TAM, tdmlg r i. . ,11111. r . 1MB Pinal Settlement. Notice is beretu given thai the undar da i adminiatrator of the oatate of M I w i i i.ihiv llec'd, will make tinai settlemeni of aald eetttte gl Um lu-xt term nl the Probate l oin i of m . Kruneoin inuntr Missouri, to Im begun and in -iii m iln t'ouri Hon-.' in Kurmington, in -ai.l ' mutt . nn th,- si-roiul Noinlu in Jan j r ijimhin. vdm'i No vein tier II, hi The Output. The initiiii Is i be key-imtr ti profit, in deciding apoe i irioe ni w iiu'ii -to nil, nianufncturcr, no mallet waal inlirlr In- hai tn eiffi't, riiii- oider. li" mnn) he i- llkelj in -I'll, and base lii- obarge titoordiwitly. I h ijalle reaMinable, loo, If a tailor null, only tun suits of clothes finch aeejt, lii. inuoaio niiit come f i "in the irofi( nl these la mils. It be oen, boar e ve r, double hi liable iii nutiai libout maleriallj im bi. working sxpea urally afford tn iii nn each suit output decides wer, It i, nn. in itale thai leeil in. miliar Again, ihi liter, ttiti'i 76,(K)() jl Emerson Pianos iat the baying In greai Coat V f III Ihi' -lllall nuitiufaciuror who larai oui mil) 11 lea pianos aaeh month Hill certainl) have ui paj more loi I be material m Baolt piano there i abao lutoly nn doubt aboel thin. When yog noaahtei ihesa facta and pal Ibaa truth aloav ide "f I hem, that there tire only Ihret Dotnpealei in the I H I Stales who have made ind sold as Many pianos us ourselves- ilmt we haren'l a i petltor making a high-grade plain whose "iiiuit i as larfje as oars it need, im argument la eon rioer'yoe that, quality im quahi 1 . you ean imy ebeap ei n( ns than of any niie else Emerson Piano Co. Host 011 120 l Chi, ago 198 Mdbash Av RON !s OUNTAIN ST LOUIS, 15, NORTH AND EAST. CoaagortoMi havu ix Uaioa Hra thin at st. Lorn wit THaotmn Kxi'iu.vs 'Chains nm t iiicaoo, Cin mggATi, LooigriLut, KOMaaraua, CLKVKLAND, DgTBOIT, 111 I kaiii, Nkw Viiiik, I'HILADgl.PMIA, BOSTON, W'asii IgOTOg ANIi ALL PRIMOIPAl, KASTggg ( 'in IS. Onlionc Change of Cars TO San fiaocisco and he City of Mexico TH HOUGH CARS TO (lALVRSTOg, Hoi rroa, Dallas, San Antonio, LtARgDO AND Rt Fa so. Free Recti n i n $ Chair Cars to Texarkana.. 5' for tickets, sleeping ear hi-rth and further information, apply to tb Company'! nearest agent. H, C. TOYVNSKN'U, (ien'l p. and T. Agent, St. Louis, M0 MAYBERRY, & HI6HLEY. paoFgiaToaa ok S I A R LIVERY STABLE sriish Mas. .lowi Tea m ano Lost meet liuiii tioardeil nr eiar or wk.