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BISMARCK BREVITIES Win. Trnuainlclit ol MUlJIuljiouk epeiii Sunday litire. liriiinmer llulcliiiiMiii mrnl Sunday I with hi? i:iiu i 'y ln'tc. j W A. HmliT of l.uu.ivillo veiled rclntivrs here Sumliiy. (imlfrcy O'Neal of Kratikclay v.-im a llitimtck vi.-itor Sunday. Mrs. II. T. lititon is vi.-iliuj? rela tives in St. Louis lliii week. W. 11. Korbcs is conli noil tu li is room wiili bii attack of tnon-ies. Mis lloxic Kinder of SI. Louis ia visiting llio lnuiily of Win. Hul.. John M. HiiBlie of lrotidale m transacting business lime Saturday. Mr. ISruniu moved int" bis now linum iu the Clurksoii addition last week. John Wurman has recovered suf lieienlly to he up Biid around tliii week. Mr. Bund and wife of Arcadia vie itcd the family of Mr. Fleming here Sunday. 1,. II. Wallen of Siiiuineiville, Mo., visited the family of II. C. Wallcu near Iisre thin week. Conductor ('lover of Ste. Genevieve has been on the Illinois Southern pas senger run Ihe past week. The .McCarthy Construction Co. this week completed ihr new Illicit otlice of lr. Katun on Maiimlrect. S. 1'. Denton, living three miles west ill here, was kicked by ahorse last week and suslaiucd injuries which kept hiui in his room for several days. Contractor Abernathy ol Sto. Gene vieve has secured the contract of build ing the granitoid walks along fionl htreet for the I. O. O. 1'. and other propel tics. One of our local merchants, in un packing n new bunch of Uuuauas litis week, found a full grown till .ml ulu which was carried in a sealed glass jar to the St. Louis Mueum by com mercial traveler Kugan. The annual birthday dinner at the homo of Mr. Sebastian in honor ol Mrs. (irillitli was given lo a number of cilizena here Monday. Mis. Griflilh is one of the oldest persons in this vi cinity. The invited gnosis presented a aubstau'.ial token of their friendship and esteem. Do Not f-siect ihe Children. At this season of the year Ihe first : inalural looseness of a child's bowels wjuU have immediate attention. The ' si thing that cau be given is Cham b rlaiu's Colic, Choluru and Diarrhoea luuicdy followed by castor nil as di . Hied with each buttle of Ihe remedy, i r sale by K. M. l.aikman. UBERTYVILtE ITEMS. Willie and Jiujinia Uitllard of 1'uriu luglon are visiting relative here. Miss Iva Clark of I'crryville is visit ing Mist Mary Keith of this place. The Melhodisi revival closed Sunday night with five additions to the church. Mr (i. W. llradlcysold a fine young horse to I'l. T. L. llaney of Flat liiver Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wallnce and daughter, Miss Sadie, visited J. U. Diues at Mine la Motto Sunday. Mr. W. A. Kennedy of Farmlngtou visited his daughter, Mrs. G. N. llaker, Sunday, and returned home Monday. We learn that our old Iriend J. W. Sebastian has been eatiiig new potatoes for quite awhile, notwithstanding the cold spring. We learn that a young man auj his best girl unfortunately splashed iulo n mud hole near Wesley Chapel Sunday night going from church. Mrs. A. M. Smith informs us that she will have a public sale of live stock and lurm implements near the last of Ju)y. Some very valuable stock will be sold. We have heard of many aceidenti that happened to the peoplo Sunday night on thoir way home from church during the storm. Henry Crump's horse kicked him on the bead wbllo he was bitching bim to ihe wagon, but he was not seriously Injured. Some drove their teams off culverts, onto stumps, barb-wire fences and Into mudholcs up lo their ears, but the greatest damage dune was to a nnmbcr ol radios' spring hats, which appeared to n.elt away under tho downpour ol raio. Felix. Buy Hair at Audi on? I At any rate, you seem to be i getting rid of it on auction-sale principles: gome, going, g-o-n-c!" Stop the auction with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It certainly checks falling hair; no mistake about this. It acts as a regular medicine; makes the scalp healthy. Then you must have healthy hair, for it's nature's way. Tho best klnrt of a tnstlmonlml "Bold lor ovor sixty years." JHsWl by J. c Ajmr Co., ffOW Also aunufhoturira mt yers SARSAPAR1LLA. PUIS CHLBSV PECTORAL. COUNTY COURT. HusincM transacted at last week's adjourned Icrm Biid not heretofore re ported : Dramshop licensos were granted lo Harry Mclirow and l.atou Rouiinl; and petition of William Ilrackcr and Ueniy llivens were rejected. The citizens of road district No. lil having subscribed $1,029 60 for im provement of l'ntosi roud between Ihe M. 11. & II. T. railway main track lino and the biidgo over Flat Itiver, the court appropriated a like amount fur the same purpose, and issued a warrant in favor of W. T. Ilaile, County Treasurer, for $i,02!l for use and bi'iielil of said district. The Couit made tho following ordei in regiuil lo special terms: The l.ourt hereby ndopti as nn order of record tho following: That from ami after this date no special terms of the I County Court will he held for the put ' ....... ..i ......... li....,;..,. f.. Irauishop licenses, even though the Court could legally do so. The Court is of the opinion (hat on account id having stated terms, both regular and adjourned, that with due diligence on he part of tho applicant there should bo no occasion for special terms for that purpose. KJ. 1., Moon, constable of l'orry township, tiled quarterly settlement, which was approved. tcury Kinko and others having sub scribed and utid into the ouuuty treasury the sum of II 1)0 fur eonuiulc culvert in road district No. til, I lie Court appropiialed a like amount fm Ihe same purpose and ordered warraui issued in favor of the Comity Treasurer for use of said district. Court ndj'iuiiied lo Monday, Ju'y lit. WARRANTS ISSl'KO. J. 1). W.scman, school money loan C I'.. M. l'arks, sub. and approp riation on Jackson road C. Weimer, appropriation To-Night. If tou nould enloy to-morrow lake Cbamberlain'i BlomaoU and Lrrer Tab Iota to-night. Tbey produce an agree able laxative effect, clear the bead and cleanse the atomacb. 1'rice 25 oents. Samples (res at I.aakman'i Drug Store. Bar. John EothenrUiner, who baa Iwm nriaat io charge f the Catholic church at Frederioktown tot a number of year, haa been giraa me pastornte 54.1X) on llurnhain font road. . II. Mcl.arni'v, appropriation and sbbscription on Hum bum ford road A. Glover, whitening at Inf. . 11. W. Covington, Judge C. M. Heitman, " J. I). Mitchell, " I. v.rokc, alienlt C, Kbrccht, balance due on contract Victor Mesborn, janitor Tine Muruhv, care l'rcntice Mitchell F. M. Carter, relief of Lucy Martin W. T. Ilaile, Treasurer, for road district No. 6i Same, for same district loo.oo 30.00 44.00 4400 40.00 16.00 190.00 24.00 6.00 6.00 2,059.00 200.00 Obituary. Mrs. W. A. Simpson was bom De cember ltlth, lai'iC, and entered lull, eternal rest .Sunday, May l'Jlli, 11)07, iiged fnitv years and live months. She juinril Ihe Chi iliau chuioh at llig dun's chapil in August, lfoti, under Ihe preaching of anil was baptized In i;itl. T. 1'. Keid. She was married I" W. A .Simpson December 24ih, 19HL1. I at I lie homo of hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whitwotlli ol lligdon. After moving hcie she took member ship with the Christian Church at Liberty villc iu July, 1906. Om brother and one sister preceded bcr in death Sho is survived by her hus band, her aged father and mother, two brolheia and I luce sisters, many rela tives and innumerable friends. Mis. Simpson's mariied life was but a few mouihs, and she was very much devoted tu her home and husband, j ready at any lime lo make sacrifices I that her friends might bo happier. ' Her inlluenco lor good was rcmark ; able, and we have olteu heard it said i t lint no one could know her intimately without being belter for Ihe knowledge. Her popularity was attested by the great number of neighbors and friends of her uirihood homo attending her funeral at Il'gdou's chapel. The dis course was preached by Kid. W, II Hale of I'iedmont. She died as site lived, strong Iu the belief that Gud doctli all things for Ihe best, and left this world for bcr place among the angels. Her life on earth was pure and good; her entry into Heaven must have been triumphant. How sad it ia that she should die; We'll meet her never more, In all our walks on earth, As we did iu days of yore. She's sleeping iu her narrow home: In vain they tried her life to save, And many flowers soon shall bloom O'er your darling I'rcshy 's grave. None knew her but to love her, All spoke of her ill praise; And now her voice with angels' blends In singing heavenly lays. A dear aged father and mother, With hair of silvery white, Who lovingly watched o'er her, Are left to mourn to-night. Two brothers ami three sisters Will miss her fohtsteps there, With bitter tears they mourn '1 he luss of one so dear. All her sufferings arc o'er, I'ain and death she'll know no more; In the land among the blest She rests on our Savior's breast. mist across that dismal river, Pihe is waitinir for us there; Soon upon that peaceful shore. There we'll meet and part no more. J. W. II. Notice. Notice Is hereby given that any person caught trespassing upon any of Ihe srhoal grounds by ball playing or by putting on the grounds any g it huge or lllthy stuff, or tin cans, or anything in the sha,io of trash, will be prosecu ted lo the extent of Ihe law. The Citv Marshal and his deputies arn re quested lo report any violations within their knowledge to the boaid. Done by order cf tho Hoard this May 2Sd, 1907. O. J. Maviikhky, Pres. W. H. Yut'Ro, Sec'y. Notice to Teachers. Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard of F.ducatiou of District No. i (Dent's School) will, on Juno 22d, elect one teacher. Length of school torm six months. Applications with salary stated cau ho filed with S. W. Cooi.kt, Cleik, llismarck, Mo. L0UGHB0R0 ITEMS. Mrs. Amelia lilankenshlp attended church at Doe ltun last Sunday. Will Vcates of Desluge spent last Sunday and Monday hero with relatives. Misses Wilms and Florence lilanken shlp visited friends at Doe Hun last Saturday and Sunday. Quite a uumber from here attended the buptizlug near Dcl.assus last Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter West and grand daughter, Miss" Lena, are visiting rela tives near llismarck this week. Mrs. Jamos Kendall of llonne Terio ia quite sick hero at Ihe homo of her sister, -Mrs. Albert Kendall. In 1904 cyolone passed over New Madrid eouniy and whole family were killed. Last week a small alarm clock was picked up about fifty yards from where the bouse stood, the hands pointing to 16 minutes 10 2, the exact time the oyolono struck tbe piaoe. The prisoners in tbe New Madrid jail made an attempt to escape on the 12th Inst., by attacking the jailor when be took tbe supper to tbe cells. Only one man succeeded ia getting away and be was oaptured later in the eve ning. Tbe Jaokwn Casb-Book i&yi there in 1 lty You wouldn't pay railway fare to anybody who hap pened to ask you for it, but only to the responsible uni formed conductor. You shouldn't feel bound to take the first cigar that's offered to you, but only the one that's plainly marked with the stamp of responsibility-the "Triangle A." You know what youre getting when You buy a "Triangle A" Cigar What do you know about the nameless and irre sponsible cigars offered you ? The "Triangle A" is a guarantee of cigar quality before you buy. ' 4 It's plain proof that we are willing and anxious to have the American Cigar Company's cigars judged strictly on their merits. The "Triangle A' has a wider meaning than, that of a mere identification mark: One Side stands for knowing lioiv. Another Side stands for equipment. And all that would never be worth a last year's calendar to ym; if the third side of the "Triangle A" did not stand for the disposition' of the American Cigar Company to give the smoker all the benefit of its cigar knowledge and cigar-producing equipment. Therefore-The American Cigar Company is taking this occasion, to assure you that its "Triangle A" is a public sign of its definite, positive and unchangeable intention to offer you always the best cigars ( that its unequalled equipment and experience are capable of producing. We manufacture a large number of brands of different blends to suit individual tastes. The New CREMO sfSfafssfSksBSBsBsW affords first-class evidence of the quality that is guaranteed by the "A" (Triangle A) on the box. AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY Manufacturer MerilftkMark SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. DEBILITY. a. MC l)AE, Order ol Publication. RTATK Of MIHWiCKI. ( County of t. Francois, i In the 11-obata Court. Kst. I.ucrotla A. Mill, liec'il i Onlrr ol I'ul)- llmtlnn for llcinjamln r. Hill, Artm'r ) Itcult Itt-uewe It Is now shown here to Ilia court that the onier of pulillratlon of notice of the iipi.ll ration of Hehjiiinln K. Hill, as nlinlnltni tor of the estate of l.ucivtla A. Hill. cle. ceasod. for an order lo sell real estate of the snld Lurretla A. Hill, which order of nuhllratlon was made at the January term tun?, of this court, tins not tieen iuhlliihpd In any newspaper published within the county of Ht. Francois and State of MIMourl, as required iy law, nor mat any personal ser vice of notice of Mild petition and order has been had upon the heirs or said deceased, who are residents of the county and state aforesaid. It Is now therefore entered liy the court, on examination or ine pennon, aecouuls, lists and Inventories heretofore filed, as required hr law, that said order of puhllcuf loll oe mneweu, ronurmeu inu nic nul wltli reatird to the followtim deicrttied real estate of which the suld Lucretla A. Hill died seltea ana iiossesieu : Ka st part home tract known as survey No. 7tl, trcKliinlnic at southeast corner of said survey ; t honce norths decrees, east :mnu-IW) chains on east line of said survey o Bouth- eam corner Henjunun Tyler Irani: thence north Hj degrees , west HI liw chains tea stone from which suuar tree bears south km deirrees, east IU links, and a walnut bears south 7 degrees, easi ia unis; insnce south s deKrees, west suso-loo chains to a lone on south line of said survey from which an elm hears norm saenrees, eusi s links, and n hickory north 9 deKrees, wettt AH links; thence south Kt degrees, east tt Hl-hiO chains to beginning, containing w acres. And that all persons Interested In the es t.t. or ui,l itff.ntri lie notified that annll cation as aforesaid has been mode, and tttnt iiiiIam the contrary be shown on or be fore the first day of the next term of this court, to be held on the Hth day of July li;, an order will tie made for the sale or the real estate In said petition or appllca ttun fi.turiiMMi. or as much thereof as shall lie sufficient for the payment of the debts of said deceused; and It Is further ordered that a copy of this order tie published In newspaper published In snld county of St. Francois for four weeks prior to the next term of this court, STATIC Or MISSOURI, I County of St. Francois I. tirace R. Hamilton. Olerk of the Probate ikinii. held within and for the County and Hiete aforesaid, hereby certify the above and foregoing to be true and correct copy of the order of our said court, made on AprU 10, 1U07, as tbe sama ippears ol record 1b gur oinoe. ....... ix WTTKIH WHsTMOl", I hav : S1AL 1 hereunto set my nana anu amxea the seal or said court, at offlcsla Many people who talk to me say! I fel half aiok ailtlie time. I dnnt JUBt know what's tho matter with roe." ThU la ffeneral debility. It's very common. People who pet in tbia shape have my avmoathy. The;; arn't sick enoug'v fur bed so they drac around and their familiea pet exasperated with them. There are two causes for thia condition) bad habits and a weak stomach. By bad habit I mean eating Irregularly and too fast and not chew log tnc food thoroughly. The stom ach give out and los of appetite, billiounes, constipation, and general debility result. First get the stomach in shape and then be more careful io the future, and the worn out, despond ent, half sick feeling will be a thlnfjr of the past. Two bottles of Cooper's New Dis win nut the stomach in shsp-s. Common sense will do the rest. Trier tlfty thousand people iu country who know this to be true Be cause they've tried it. Here's a letter from one of themi "I was all run down xrom overwore. lost ambition and energy ana coat not sleep. It wastlimcult lor roe w attend to my work owing to that tiresV out feeling. I aecured two bottles mm the New Discovery medicine ana to trv it. The result ste- l:7hted meforreuewed strength and , . U .Urn Hrrnt vigor ana energy cuio mm lew doses. It's effect was different from anything I had ever taken. I finished the two cornea no- well and strontf again." B. McDaoe, 839 Dix Ave., Detroit, Mich.- Vft hear favorable reports ni these f anions medicines every day. Ask na ebcatthem. E. M. Laakman, Farming-ton. Good Clothes Wearers WINT Good Clothes Makers To make their clothes foe them. You will find tlinn, a well as an excellent line of ttae finest piece goods and samples to order from at HERMAN TRAUERNICirPS, Merchant Tailor. Farmlncton, Mo. V. Tt. MlK.'I.INTOCK, ruliltc Ailintnlstrutor. JHO. W. lxs. W.JI. TOIINO, Attorney at lw, and Notary 1'uhllc. YOUNQ-McCLINTOCK-DOSS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Sells and buys real estate, writes fire and tornado insurance, procures loans on real estate security. Sriecial attention! given to Probate practice by Mr. Young. Office South of Court House in the G. W. Williams Building, FAItMINQTOIff, MISSOURI. LANG & BRO. If AKUrACTUEKBI or- j WAGONS. BUGGIES. PLOWS, AMP DIALEM Farm Machinery Lumber, &o SKIT WOEX AMD THB IOCVDUT KATn BIAI ODaEAXTSCO. rETLEY-KLEIN LUMBER COMPANY, j Farmington and Flat River, Ma s EJVERYTHINO lu the lumber Hue Dressed sad finishing 9 Lumber, Doors, Window Frames, Sash, Eluds, Weather- 5 boarding, Fine, Cyprus and Washington Cixlar Shingles, ' y Flooring, Studding, Builuers' Hardwood, and ia tact everything 0 needed by contractors and builders. ' X FAIRBANK'S GASOLINE ENGINES an4 DEEP WELL PUMPS. I i We also X Handle oooooooooocoooooooocoooooooooooooooooeoc UNI0N-1V1ADE SUITS! That in what you get when you order your suits from J. F. PUTTMAN, FARniNQTQN, MISSOURI. MKBOQaMT - TAILOR, Spring and Summer Samples for 1906 already on hand. 4 will be a good crop of peaob.es in that Farmln gton , (far S7, uwi . of tha Church ol mt uoiy uno m oi rloinity, but no apple. OlwrkoflToMU.