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BISMARCK BREVITIES. CIiiim. l)ciit mill 1'n it) i I v li ft Men tiny lor St. Louis. Mr. mul Mrs. .1. 1). Wood re tinned lii'inr from St. Louis Sun ly. Miss Li'iiu liainsi'V lias ii'turiiril home from Forest Park I'liiwrsity to spi'iitl tlitt holidays. ). W. Kmiisey ami Carl tiotlipji left Hominy on a tlnve weeks lnig'rv trip to MJiilliern connties. Mrs. W 15. Monk died Sunday evening after a lingering iHnrs iroin ciirouie iiHtiiiua. Iter reiiiains were interred Monday evening iu the I. O. O. F. oemetery. The mcWing of tin- Town Iioard Saturday evening was attended liy it wrong element ol the business men anil heavy tax-payers of the town. The uieetinir was mi in teresting and ai.iinuted one. I)r. J. L. Futon, Judjje ). T. Tulloek. I". 11. Luey and O. W. Iiiiiiiaev Hddressed the city eouueil. The viiliiu of the new concrete erossings wns urgiietl from many standpoints. The attitude of the town hoard on Nome important matters was con sidered. Leonard Kidd, alderman from the first ward, tendered his resignation, stating that this was the Inst meeting he would ever at lend. .Mayor ineyard ciiggesti'i that the hoard did not desire his resignation and no delinile action wots taken on the matter. The fpeakers urged city improvements as rapidly as liuaucial conditions will allow and were unanimous that nujiiMt hurdens, useless taxation and indiscriminate condemnation if good and substantial property should not he indulged iu or con sidered. The Town Hoard no doulit desires to carry out the will of the people, ami can Have no ulterior ( motive iu tliu mutter. They will not turu a deaf ear to the appeals of tliOSK most interested hut will take pleasure iu representing (he l)est interests of those whom they lire temporarily s'lviug. (iootl judgment, will prevail anil all will he well. RURAL ROUTE NO. 3 Horn, one day last wehk, to the wile ot tins Y eager, a tint! girl biiliy. ius is all smiles. Mr. ilot! d. Laws has been on the sick list for some time and we hop'' he soon will he well ajjaill. llerildoii IliltTelsoil received two fine registered Mnroek Jersey pigs from Mi'Lcaiisboro last week. Mrs. Shannon widow of the late James Shannon on route No. '), is suffering with n severe cough. Cold weather has greatly retarded growing crops and tin- green hugs are injuring the oat crop hadly. Plenty of measi les now on route No. II. Miss Sophia Porter, is hrokeu out willi them at this writ ing. li'-ssy llawn had n year-old coll hadly cut by barbed wire u sh.ir' time ago. U'e are told it is getting well. Our old friend Nick Kinkead was out on route No. .'( lust week Irv ing to buy sheep. lit- is a good I joker and we are always glad to see hi in come around. J he Church ami Sunday school at Chestnut Kidge are preparing to celebrate Children's davon the lirst Sunday in July. Put it off late on account of the measles iu the. neigh borhood . lu'V. F l McCI malum preached to an attentive audience lust Saturday j evening, .Sunday morning and evening at Chestnut Ridge. There whs much interest inatiilested Sun- tiny evening. BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES. I'li'-iili'iit Moutliiift li:ls sold mi Oliver l v e iv r it T In (.' I.. K.tircliihl, who js hiiti): i. (lice w.uk for Uie Schramm Ice Millions of Dollars to nimh I mm niuieriili mul ntre tin t ils. If vm have rock", nro tr ulny mi vm (.i-m tui limy have ti I'. mine. Semi smil ample Id Mitieiil II. p minimi, ro; i ItllltlMlii'- Xhlg.iihe, uith 1 1 If ft if p . luge. We u:ll mi h .1 liny lit' mid llieir value. I.. K l.iinisiV, n'-li-lnT, .luiihn, Mit. Till! Slit-stllll lb H'lllpl'l HUM' J.i- j I - mil itluv lair, lie iiiif llie liinii lie li t l .ml III il id II). il luu n 1km Mll)li-ll' .I ! h id I In' i:in l I I'oliiilini ill li'inpi-innce iikHh t :m I Iii-imI ivhi-key iidvci i i-i int'ii's u iiui H,0oo, mid llien ii Iiimi lliey mini p ivntk tliuie lliej send it (it "Dine nth.; loivti. The I'nt'i-i Preshvieii in- heeu l i celebrate iln-ir st venli - III; li miuin r niy t;ti .Inly A new church win he buill Hi sihim hi III'' lii'i'i'--II j t ' ' 1 1 -me Btii-ij i i'i . A Hair Dressing ' Oil II J pt'uille wishing to llieir wilting in h v at ihe iicm r limit weeks LI B E RT WILL E ITEMS. A revival meeting is being (ion ducted at the M. F. Church this week. Misses Myrtle McKenzie and Mary Smith attended cnmmciit'e- ruent lit M. C. 1. this week. Miss Mamie Hanes left Wednes 1"v for a two or three weeks' visit 'li relatives uud irientls at Fred- . ektowii. Miss Mildred Keith returned : :nt Monday from Perryvillc, I ere she iittended u nine iitoulhs i m of school. Mrs. J. A. Shults, who has 1 n viditing relatives and friends here for several weeks, returned to her home in Farmiugtnn Tuesday. Mis Nan McKenzie, who has lieen attiyiiling scl I at M. C. 1. the past four months, returned home Wednesday. Homer Pressnell of liismarck, Hoy Piesnell, Jim Cowley, Henry McKenzie and Will Deidring of Flat l.'iver were here Sunday and Koine of the young ladies seemed happy. On account of rain, the Christian Sunday School did not have their exercises last Sunday. They weie jiostponed until the afternoon of June Kith. Fid. W. II. Hale will preach in tho forenoon and there will be a basket dinner and child ren's exercises in the afternoon. We suggest that the board of in Pipialif.ation have another meeting nnd give uh fellows down here in this uiiidhole another raise, for we nre satisfied that they will need a prood deal more revenue to keep the Circuit Court and County Court in session twelve months in each year. Fkux. L0UGHB0R0 ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and little sou spent last Monday in Farming-ton. Mr. Fred Y'eates of Lead wood visited home folks last Sunday uud Monday. Mr. Clarence Yen tea of Elvins visited his parents here last Satur day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. BlankcDship of St. Louis spent several days the ' past week here with relatives. Mrs. Lizzie McFarland and Miss 1 host; hiuh up" in tend I Ills .school or I .UK. I hi- ivcrk has been iwaniuial icii week in i In: M'l.iiiimt Schools. The honor slii'h'iili h ill pi nhaly be repotted net week. Miis All lira l'i'iio p iieil her grad uating te-t in slim t hand mid typewrit ing lu-l l lnlav, mul will piohitly go Id St. I. inii- in tin! near future to aueept a steinigraphii! pu-ilitui. I luey r'. Hell, a year gniihiale, hits opened mi iidicc iti lint Itiver, being engaged in the ml writing hui ncsn . .Mr. Hell i- a deserving yming in in .mil .-li'Mii 1 )ueet n ith -iii'i'i'. A 1 1 Im r M ;( : li in iik , uiip ol U-t yer gt ailutil es, lets tiptlleil il puhliu slt'liu laplli'l 'H nllie.t! Item ll)t! I urtt Otlii:e. Mt Aic( 'liiiinek i enuipeii'tii nnd win do liti ciit-H uuik en siniit iioiiee. llie pn-i'iil cumIIiiicu! i llti, .iio-t! f'lleliiL' 'hi- week heinii I lull -den Kinkt'idl ol I. ih liy villi', (mine Shml, Hi-it j . K ii'iiig, l.aWi'teni'i! Sinilh ami Mi-s Aulliliiilie II iy id Kunning Inn. rifsiili nt .Minilliiit'. has iiit'iiitiiuntt'il hi- uh im iif selmiil-, 11 1 i k 1 1 1 u 1 in niing nn hea'hju uteis 'lie vaiiuiis pyn-i- i I -i I - me -liiiklniliifi mid llie euni jiany i- In h- eiiniiiii'U'd on I lie i'ii-npti-aiive plan Buying by Moonlight. "I mude a queer trip one nlKht not long nRo," said the aRent of a ceme tery company. "I went out. to tho oemfltery after dark with a prospect ive customer, so hp could see how the burl ul lot under consilient! Inn looked by moonlight. The lady was of a romantic turn of mind. She bad taken a fancy to a plot on a Mttle knoll overlooklnK a lake, hut before cioainK the deal she Insisted upon Bee Ins tu effect of the moonbeams on the water and surrounding landscape. I harl soil! liiiiny lota under peculiar circumstances, but. that poetic phuse of our business was aomethliu; new. The lady seemod to derive considera ble satisfaction from it. Anyway, she bought tho lot." Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing. Something to make the hair more manage able; to keep it from being too rough, or from splitting at the ends. Something, too, that will feed the hair at the same time, a regular hair-food. Well-fcdhair will bestrong,and will remain where it belongs on the head, not on the comb! The bolt kind of a tmtimonlal "Sold for over lty yoar." A Made bv J. C. ifr Co., Lowall, MaM. aim wunslurfln or 7 SlBSAPABILU. PII.I.S. CHtKRY PECTORAL. yers SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. NI'HVOIISNKSS. Ncrvouncii inakcit people mittcriddc, blue, and unhappy. They think nmnclliinj terrible it ioini! to happen. Ar ni!ht Ihcy tieis mil worry and are not rested. They lire easily and navn I much en cr(y. They think many things are the matter wilh them Cionsumptittn, Kid ney (rouble, or twenty other dis eauea. It's j u t stomach trouble, nolhinfl elie in I he world. 1 wo buttles MIIH. W. j. RCIMtlMLR. Taking a Wrong View. How many take a wrong view of lite, and waste their nervous system in endeavoring to accumulate wealth without thinking; of Hie present happl nosu they are throwing away. It Is not wealth nor honor that makes a man happy. Many of the most wretch ed beings on earth have both, nut It Is a radiant, sunny spirit which knows how to bear little trials and enjoy lit tl comforts, and thus extract happi ness from every Incident In life. Th Christian World. Nausea. A free patient came Into one ot the New York hospitals the other morn inr. She had been thcro before. Elvia Veates epeut several days the j "Well, how are you today?" inquired DBRt week with relatives and , the physician who saw her. "I ain't Dunerlng no pain, doctor, friends in Doe Run. Notice Some one has taken 104 bales of my iiy from the barn ot J. C. Williams, on (lie Watts farm oear Libcrtyvillo. Whoever got this bay or any part of It pleata report same to me at once and void (rouble. Asa McKekzii. Jane 4, 1907. plied; 1 Nassau she re but I have such a. feeling of all the time." Judge. A Broken Family. '1 thought your married life was io happy," Mid the gossipy woman, "and now you eary the court have sepa rated yon from your husband." "Yes," fuuwered the woman who was weep ing. "John haa been, drawn osi the durr again." of Cooper's New Diacnvery will put the stomach in shape in three weeks. I know this became I've seen it tried a thousand times. Then all nervnu9ttens will disap pear. I know this too, hecaune I've seen it happen a thousand times. Here's a let ter I pit tho other iv, : "My system was badly mn down and my stomach and nerves in an awful iihape. I could not diKcm my food, was always tired and would oticn feel faint and dizzy." 'I had heard so much ot your New Discovery medicine that I hciinn tukingit. Hclief and strength and happiness were found in the very sirs! bottle and the bene fit ! have received from it has been truly wondcrltd. nm no longer nervotm, my appetite and diitcttion are good and I cat everythinit and sleep well." Mrs. W. J. tichaiircr, 220 ('mlliric St., Ixiuisville, Ky. We sell Cooper's New Discovery. It makes tired, worn out, nervous people happy. E. M. Laakman, Farmington. City Meat Market. TtfOS. AUTSEN, Prop. Best meats always on hand. 2lj per cent, discount on cash sales. All or ders by 'phone promptlv attend ed to. PHONE No. 140 A Cigar Wrapper Often Covers a Multitude of Sins You know quite well that there are many cigars sold for five cents that are very poor quality, they are sold on appearance. A fine appearing wrapper, a handsome gold band or a pretty box-lid may cover a multitude of sins, but it is the filler, the inside of a cigar, that deter mines its smoking quality. Modern manufacture exemplified in the American Cigar Company's products has grown way above this un fortunate method of doing business and assures a cigar that is honest all through. The "Triangle A" merit mark on a box of cigars means that every sprig of leaf in every cigar in the box was graded especially by experts for that one brand, two years before it was made ; that during this time the leaf has mellowed in great, clean warehouses in a perfect tem perature till all its finest qualities are brought to a point of perfection. s These are some of the reasons why "Triangle A" cigars smoke with the fine mellow flavor that you thought vas only, to be found in expensive brands ; why every "Triangle A" cigar has an even flavor and aroma from end to end; why every cigar of each "Triangle A" brand smokes just the same. ."Tanle A" ciars cost yu no more than the mixed cigars-though they are worth twice as much. Look for the "A" (Triangle A) when you buy cigars. " Triangle A " brands offer the widest obtainable range of choice, and absolute dependable quality in whatever brand suits your taste. You 11 never find a better brand to make the test with than The New C, REMO Every box is now extra-wrapped in glassine paper, sealed at each end with the "Triangle A" in red. The cigars are kept clean, fresh and in perfect smoking condition until the box is opened. AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY Manufacturer Mark Executor's Notice. Notice Is horrlijr uivcn that Ii'IIitu tenia nientnry wore itrnnicd to the umlerslHnml by the I'rolMitet'ouui.f Ht.Krancon county, Mn. , ilnted tlm wtli duy of Nutnmtifr, Hoc on the extllte lit rillllsiiii'ilKIl Tfl.t.iKK. Deceased. All persons ImvliiK ciciiinn uKninsi Haul es tntn am reimlieil to exltlhit them to the executors fur nllimiince within one year from the dnte of this publication, or they may lie precluded from liny lienent nf in III estate, ami If nut exhtlilied for allowance within two years from the dnte of tills pub lication they will lH-fnrever barred. II. C. WAI.I.KN. . J. O. LI'I AS, April 1, 1MB. Kxerutnrs. Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby ulven that letters of ad ministration were irranteit to the under flmieil by the ITolmte (;ourt of ht. Kran cols county, Missouri, flnteil tho 1st day ol robruiiry, mm. on the estate of IIKTTIK KKWIIV, Deceiisefi. All persons linvlnKClalms nirnlnst said es late are required to exhibit them to the ad ministrator for allowance within one year from the date of this publication, or they mar be precluded from mv benefit ai ... tU estate; and If not exhibited for allowance witnin two years from the dateof this pub lication, they will be forever barred. April It, IS07. Order of Publication. if TK 1 1 K MI--11I 111. 1 mint, ol ft . Kruncnls. 1 "" In thi' I'mleite Court. Kat. I.ucii'lla A. Hill, licc'il 1 onler of I'tili- llciittoii for Itcnlaiiiln K. Mill, Ailin'r ) Iteully llimnwc It Ik mow ahmvn here to the court t hut the onli r 11I puhlli iillnii nf imllce ill the uill cnlliiii i'l ll. njiiiiiln f , mil, n BilinliilMr.i Inr of the e.slale ot l.iit-ritl;t A IIIJI, ile ceutieil, Inr en nriler 10 m'll reill extllte of tin- wild l.ucretlu A. Mill, w hich order 01 I'uiiiii-iiiHii wns iniiiH' nt me .111 nun ry term, l!i"7, of this cmirl. Iiiin mil Im-vii pohlliihed In lllll ll('lVi!lH'r ItUllllsheil lllllilll The fniiitr nf M. rlillii-iils mul suite nf Ml-amirl na KMIiilrcil by luiv, mn thill any ..tmoiiu ,.r. vice of nntlr.- ol i.niil pi-t it I iri mul nriier hu-i te-i'll I ill t 1 1 1 . ill Uic helm ill njiltl , Iimm-iim 1 1 . who lire ri-nlili-nls nf Hie ciuiuty nnil utatc ill'ircMilil. It Is nmv tht-ri-fiirc (inlenxl by llie i-ntirl, on (-xamliiii'lnn ol lite h-II(Iiiii, m-i'iiunth, IIsih mul liivenliiiies bcrt-liilnlv ttle.1, u n iiiiln il l.y law, Unit nalil order 111 lilllilll-.ltlnll 111' IVIlctveil, cnnllrilled olid nil III11I with li-KHId tn the fnllnuilii; llescrl lli-il r. nl isinie nf which the mh,i i.ui rutui a. lllll dh-ii gt ii-il anil iiosmchm'ii l.asi purl home tract knniviiaa survey o. ii). Ih'uiuiiIiiu ill Mititheaul rorner of mill! Mirvev . tllellrc lllirlll h lletl-ei..4 hiiki :lll 41. 11.1 chains on i imi line nf mild urvi-v IomiiiiIi- 'nsf corner ll-n luuiln 'I'vh-r irm-i: ilience lliilth n-i ilririv... west a ill l'i chains mn -tone in, in wlil. -li n suirnr tree iii urs snuili w ib'Ki east H2 links, and a walnut hears south 7 ileareeg. east :l links: tlience south h deitri-es, w est wimi-i hiilns to a stmie nn south line of said survey from which an elm bears north tl decrees, east :l links, and 11 hickory north $1 deirrees, west miss; nee sotiiu hj ot-urees, east "li iil-lisi chains to hi-Klnninx, conlulnliiK W acres. And Hint nil persons luten-steil In ttie es tate of talll ill usi-tl be nnlltletl t lint mini I - .,,,.. ii its 1 i-siiiii uiih ueen matte, until thnt unless the contrary lie shown tin or be- ' fore the Hist day nf the next term of this cmirt, to lie held nn the sth day of July, iii;, an order will In- made for the in lent the real estate In said petitlnn or nppllra tlon ili-scrl Ih-iI. or as imicb thereof us shall b sulllclent fur the im) meiit ol llie debts nf said ih-ieaseil; nntf It Is further ordered that a copy of this order lie published in a newspaiM-r published In snhl i-oimtv ofw. ramms for four weeks pilor 10 the next term of this court. STATK flf MISHllflH, I County of 8t . Kruncols 1 " I. tlrare K. Ilanilltrin Clerk nf the Probate ''ourt, held within and for the County and Male aforesaid, hereby certlly the above 1111U fore irtilnii to lie a true and correct copy of the ordur of our sold court, mntle on April 10, hm;, as the same appears of record in my office. : : IX WITSKSH W IIKl.'KIlK, I have : skai. : hereunto set my hand nnti affixed : : the seal of said court, at office In Kiirmlnirton, Muy use. liltACK K. HAMILTON. Clerk of I'rohate, . II. VorNii, Attorney iit-fjiw, uud Notary Public. . II. Mt.f'I.INTOCK, I'uhllc Ailiiilnlstrutor. JAM. W. WISH. YOUNG-MCCLINTOCK-DOSS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Sells ami buys real estate, writes (ire ami tornmlo insurance, procures loans on real estate security. Special attention iriveu to Probate practice hy Mr. Young. Olliee South of Court House in the O. W. Williams nuihliiiK. FARMINQTON, MISSOURI. OOOOCK0K0 OOOOOO 004K000 I TETLEY-KLEIN LUMBER COMPANY, 5 Farmington and Flat River, Mo. I 9 IJVliRYTHINO iu the Lumber line Dresser! ami fioVolnc 0 J Lumber, Dmirs, Winilow I-rsmes, Sash. Iili.itls, Weather- 2 0 boanliuK. I'iue, Cyprus furl WashinRtou Cetlar Shinnies, Z 0 Mooring, StuiItlinR, Buglers' Hanlwood, ami in tact evu-ytuitiir 6 needed by contractors and IniUilers. '' X 1 we S'aie FHIHBMrS GASOLINE ENGINES and DEEP WELL PUMPS, f 000000 000000 000000000 oooooooo 000000 00000000000 000000 Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby irlvon that the under sinned , Ailnilnlstratrlx of the estate of 8AI.INA LI.OVI), Deceased, will make a final settlement of said estate at the next term of the I'rolwle court of nt. Kranrols county, Missouri, to lie beuun and beltl In ParmliiKton, In said county, on llie second Hominy In July, nun. ANNA II. U.(iVt, Admr'x. May W, IWIT. Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given that the under sinned, Administrator of tho estate 0( FRANK WA8OU18OHK0K. Rec'd, will make a final settlement of said estate at the next term of the I'ronate Court of nt. Franools county, Missouri, to be begun and held In Farmington, In said county, on the second Monday In Julr, IS07, . Ii. I. MORRIS, Adm'r. Mar 10, 1807. Good Clothes Wearers ttSr WANT -2agr j' I I Good Clothes Makers ' ! I To make their clothes lor thera. You will find them, as well j is an excellent line ol the finest piece goods and samples to i order from at j HERM N TR UERNICHT'S, i Merchant Tailor. Farmington, Mo. t A n awapii iaBeaaai a a MB H mmm m . KUbtKI ItlLtY JtWtLKY GO., FARMINGRON, MO. 5 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Organs, Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines and Attachments. gjfva!chts and Clocks Cleaned and Repaired.