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The reduction will continue until all
of this make are sold.
$1.00 Trusses 25c
2.00 Trusses 50c
3.00 Trusses 75c
All goods marked in plain figures. Call
early and get your choice.
liaakman's Drug Store
OR. E. B. BARROW
y "DENTIST, I
PARMINCTON, MISSOURI.
OKFK.'F Suit No. II Uiialtr BulldliiB.
'Timlin No. VI. Hr.idimcf" No. IT 1
DR. J. W. BRAHAM,
JpESIDENT DENTIST,
"I yrm luconi Mo,
UniU of drntnl oporntlom with tli
lun-ii and most uiiproTvil millni.-- oiJ
nmtliixls. All worn (iiiurHnteciltiiKlveiiat.
turtlun. intlri, ut rtliln
DR. B. R. DOWNING,
JNHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
FAItMINUTON. MO.
ORIr In lu Lanir Holler llulMliiK.
omre Phone 114. Utwlden I'liono hi.
DR. C. R. FLEMING,
PHYSICIAN,
FrmInetoii. : : : Missouri.
unica In llcultr HiillilinK.
OFKK'K TIIONK
No. 77
It Kftll'KNl R 'I'MOHK
No. Hi
DR C L BLANKS
PHYSICIAN.
Farmington, Missouri
ortleo In Karim-rn' Hunk liMx. I p Malm,
imr phono. 44U. Urslilrnre plume. I.'
W. I.. IIKNS1.KV :IAS.(.. ItKV Kl.l.K
WENSLEY &. REVELLE,
ATTORNEYS-T-LAW,
Farmlncton, Missouri
will practlci- In all tin- courts of the siati
(iniceln Davis liullillntr. over KnrniliiK
on .Mercnntlle store. Phone
M. It. SMITH. II. II. MAItlltUI
SMITH V, MARBURY
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Fnrmlnctou, IVXo.
FliA(rri:K In all tl.a courts of Hnuthiuisl
Missouri, the Ht. Ixiuli Court ol Appeal" unci
t he Huiirenie court .
office In Ht. Francois Co. Hank uullillna
h. b. ledbetter
Attorney -at-law
FARMINGON. Missouri.
C peclal attention to rroliate ttud Insurance
llustneis.
offlce In Hank of rarinlnitkan HI1I4I.
OWEN A. SMITH, M. D..
EYE AND EAK.
AT FARMINGTON V
Tut-ailay, Tkurwlajr mill NalunUy. Office
lie. llobiinHiu'e llullilliilf .
AT FLAT RIVR.
Monilar. Wedmwilny ami Frlilny.
W. S. ANTHONY
ATORNEY-AT.LA V,
FA I! M IM iT N . M ISS( if H I ,
XltAlTICKS In all the (.'nuns of Missouri,
eomce In Farmers Itank luitltllnif.
DR. E. L. HOKTON,
DENTIST.
FARMINGTON, MISSOURI.
omce up siulrs In Holler A Ijiiik llullillnir.
M'liunv No. u.
C. A TETLEY
DENTIST
FARMINGTON. MISSOLK
Office over Tellev'a Jewc!erv Store.
EDWRD A. ROZIER,
2TT0RNEY AT LAW,
Fakminoton, Missouri
"CayiM, practice In all Ine ( ourtsof Ml,
ourl. -onlre In Ileal! r llullillnv
LANG BRO.
MANDFACTCBKRB OF-
3 WAGONS,
BUGGIES,
PLOWS,
AMD DEALERS IK-V
Farm Machinery,
Lumber, &c
BEST WORK AND THE SOUNDEST BfATfB
RIAL 4JCAEAKTIED.
NOTICE TO
Pista of !:':::! Test-Ecoks
j Ailvertisi'iiitnt is hereby ninile liy the
I County Text-Hook Coiiunisiioti of St.
i Francois county. Missouri, in urmnl
1 nin e with the provisions of the m l of
'the Forty-fourth Ccnrrnl Assembly of
j Missouri rcialtiiK to Test-bucks, ap
i proveil M.iri li 11407, fur bills from
publishing houses (or text-hooks to he
useil exclusively ill all the public
schools of St. I'raucois county. Mis
souri (except in such schools os may he
exempt, ns provided by section i of sui-I
act,) for a period of five years, except
that contracts for all lxiok introduced
into the puhlic schools since May I,
1905, through recommendation of hoards
of directors or county lainrila of educa
tion, may be made to expire live vears
from the dale of the first lulnxlucllon of
said books.
The subjects in which chances w ill be
considered and the probable iiumoer of
bcxjks of each kind required are as fol
low: NAM If UK
SCHJI-X'T
PHdllAlll.K
NIMIIHK OK
II' M IKS kliul IHI'.li
7,OIN
.S.ihkj
, . 4,000
-I.Soo
4..Si
.V,n"'
1,000
,1,000
yy)
1,200
Readers
Spellers
I '.rutumars
I coiraphtes
Arithmetics
Copv-books
l'liysiultiics
V. S. Histories
Civil (lovcruuicitt
Algebras.
Literature
Other llinh School Texts...
.Vo
. I,IK
Said bids shall be filed with the presi
dent of the County Text-hook Omiinis
sion at his ollice in rial River, enmity
of St. I'raucois. State of Mismuih, on or
before July 15th, lo7. Said Couinv
Text-liiHik Commission reserves the nht
to reject any and all bids.
Done by' order of the County Text
IkkiU Commission of St. Francois county.
Missouri, this the 22nd (lav of June.
1007.
A. II. AKF.KS. 1'residcnt,
AMFLIA A. HI.ANKFNSIf IP,
Secretary.
HORT TALKS BY
L. T. COOPER.
MEDICINE.
It's curiona what some peonle beTiera a
nedieine will do. They teem to think
because I advertise
my preparations I
claim they will cure
anything and every
thin. Wcll.Idon't.
The other day I
got a letter from a
woman who said
her husband had
been in bed eighteen
years with paraly
sis. She had bought
seven bottles ol the
Conner medicines
and her husharu.'
was m ill in bed.
UlbS ISAACI.ON.
She stated that I was a scjmndrcl, a robber
nd various other pleasant things.
Now the only tlin I claim for Cooper's
New Discover it that it will put the
stomach in working order. I know tha'
if this is do:: j, rheumatism, constipation,
kidney ant) liver troubles, nervousness,
and the general tired out, despondent feel
ing will disappear in ninety-nine cases out
of a hundred. I know this medicine to be
a fine tonio which used twice a year will
throw off impurities and add flesh, strength
and tone to the entire system. Hut it
w ill not do the impossible. No medicine
on earth will do more than help nature.
Certain diseases are beyond all medicine,
although God in his wisdom may some
day give us Irail human a knowledge
of how to cure them. At present I know
Cooper's New Discovery to be as thor
oughly efficient a medicine at was ever on
the market, and people who will take it
for the common ills to which flesh it heir
will be more than tatis6ed.
Here it a letter from one who hat tried'
"For long time I have Buffered iron
severe headaches, weakness, and paint in
my back and tides."
"Nothing I tried gave me relief, and
friend advised m: 10 try your medicine.
I improved from tiie first week. My back
ache and headache left me aad I felt
myself growing stronger. My appetite
inoreaaed and 1 (alt greatly improved in
every way. I am indeed thankful for the
benefit 1 have reoeired." Miaa Jennie
Isaacson, No. 18 15th Avenue, West,
Dulntn, Minn.
We have told and are telling great
aonntitiea of the lam out medicine.
E. M. Laakman, Farmington.
SOUTHEAST NEWS.
Mrs. .1. It. Huj,'u of Charleston is
gathering a second crop of attaw
berries. The Poplar II luff Klks are puing lo
the annual celebration at Philadelphia
in a special car.
The Charleston Enterprise says thnl
$500 is sent out of that town every
week fur mail order goods.
A Clmrlesion jeweler, ill atlvcitis
iiitf the Suaslika c Inn 111, hus ihi! ad
vertisei'ient set in the lorui o( that de
sign. Thf lrial of lieorjfi' Kaslhnin for
murder in liipley county cost
416 Ml, the laiifcsl cost hill ever paid
in that county.
A saloon 1 1 cc 11-0 at Morehouse uusls
$6.U0U. Ine only saloon then; is
closed, and plucunli'd with the fipi,
"oloseil for UU years.
William Konl of Dunklin county
shot and killed his cousin, Harrison
Hell, and then kilcld himself 011 the
2nd. Tho latter had been denied nil
mission to the home of Kurd when the
tragedy occurred.
The liitle (laughter of Poly Stacy ol
Madison county was drowned in a tub
of water on tho 21st ult. The child
was less than two yeais old, mid
while playing in thu naier tumbled in
and wits dead when found.
Dutiug the severe storm at Charles
ton on tiie 2lHh ult. three men work-,
ing at 11 saw null were struck by
lightniii. One of them, James Walker,
is dead, and Ito-s Owens and Thomas
lliilcher ate in a very st rioiu eondli inn.
Kuther lintlienstRiner, who hus linen
tninsleried from the Catholic church
at Krmlcriektow u lo St. Louis, has the
largest private lihfluy in Southeast
Missouri, us it consists of $.",IMIU
volumes in Knglish, French, (ieruiiiii
and Liilin.
The body of Henry Crutzei, sa)s
the Sikciaon Herald, was recovered
froiu a slough near Hronsvillc on the
24th ult. A saloon is conducted on
the hanks of the slough and it is sup
posed that tho m it it was drunk and
triggered into the water.
During the severe storm over this
section lat week the M K. Chuteli at
Mineral I'oinl was picked off in foun
dation anil smashed like tin egg shell.
Considerable damage Was done
throughout the Southeast in poles and
fences being blown down.
Many Midden deal lis arc reporlcd
lliiinigheal the Southeast. At Perry
ville, Ambrose ,1. Mooie, while nl
wink 011 llic lb nil., complained of
feeling ill, walked inio his house and
fell deai'. Hu was (1,1 years old. II.
H. Siiiiins of Huiler eoiinlv dropped
dend on t lie if I si ult. while diiving
his wnjjon loaded with lumber.
Many Kinds of Alcohol
Few persons reali.o tha! there me
twenty-live different kinds of nlcoho.
About nil the average man knows is
"alcohol." He walks into a cling
slore and a-ks lor a ipiart. The drug
gist loo ofien, aiiis, without asking the
kind, wraps up a bottle of woodspiiit,
a poison, us we learned only n lillle
while ago, obtained in the destructive
distillation of wood. Physicians aie
notoriously careless in prescribing al
cohol. One of the great surgeons in
New Voik lold a mother to bathe her
ciippled hoy with a sponge soaked in
alcohol. At the end of the year the
pour little fellow was on his last les.
In utter ignorance tliemolher h:nl
been using methyl alcohol (wood
spirit) all the time, und the child
was poisoned Fx.
The Doctor Away ftom Home When
Most Needed
People are often very much disap
pointed to lind that their family phy-
sii ian is awnv from home w hen tlu-v !
iiio-t need his services Diseases hke
lamp colic 11111I cholera morbus n.
ipiiie prompt lieatineut, and li:uc in I
many instances proven fatal lnlncj
medicine could be procured or a phv- !
sieian summoned. The right wavi-j
In keep at hand a boltlu of ('liauilicr
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarilm 1
Ueinedy. No physician can prescribe
a heller medicine for these diseases
lly having it in tho house you escape
much pain ami suffering and nil ri-k.
liny it now ; it may save life. For
sale I v F. . M. Luiikmau.
Cured Three of the Family with One
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"I purchased "a bottle" of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Hcmeily, and found it to he all claimed
for it in the advertisements. Three of
the family have, used it with good re
sults in summer complaint." 11. !'..
IIowk, publisher ol the Press, High
Innd, Wis. For sale by K. M. Laak
man. An Endless Chain.
A Muscotah roan snores ao hard he
awnkena the dog, according to tha Ucu
ord. Tbe dog sits up, howls and
wakens the man. Tbe man swears
at the dog and awakcus tbe baby.
Tbe baby yella and awakens mother.
The mother growls at tbe man, -who
forthwith proceeds to go lo sleep and
start the fan all over again.
Obituary
Mr. 1). F. I.inville was born in
Culdwatur, Missouri, on thu 2ftiu of
September, lHili, and died at lloune
Tunc, Mo , on June 24ih, 1UU7,
aged 60 years, 8 mouths and -7 days.
He married Miss M. A. Pirtie on Feb
ruary 28, 1876. She and three
children, Mrs. Uosn Moon, llatlie and
Alice still remain. Lena, another
daughter, went on before. At I be
tunc of his death Ml. l.invillc had
been a resident ol Dunne Term for 27
yeais and for the greater part nMho
tin e was in the employ of the St. Joe
Lead Company 11s superintendent of
calcines. Ahuut 11 year ago hu went
into the mercantile business, but ihe
burning of the store left him almost
pi nuiiess and ho leturued tu his em
ployment in the company's mills. 11
death was a shock 10 Hie entire uom
niiinily, who had seen with sympathy
how misfortune and the loss of his
dear daughter Lena had affected his
mind imd swayed his actions.
His brother, W. S. Linvillc, and
sister, Mrs. Will Dunn of Marble Hill,
were present at the funeral; another
sisier, Mrs. Tim Glover of Indian Tcr
ritoiy, was unable to be present. A
host of Ihe citizens of limine Terre
from all walkt of life filled the Cen
tenary Methodist church whore the
sei vices were held. Kev. II. J. La
Tour ol Bismarck, an old friend of the
family, preached the funeral sermon.
Ilevs. Ileyi, Siltou mid Murphy also
assisted.
After the servi-cs at the chinch the
casket was taken charge ol by Ihe
Samaritan Lodge of Masons anil laid
lo rest in the family lot in the i. iij
Cemetery with Ihe beautiful ritual ol
thai order. Mr. Linvillc was also a
member of the I. () (). F., K P , A.
O. I . W., M. W. A. and K. & I, of
Honor. Many beautiful Moral tributes
were laid upon his grave by loving,
loyal hrui hers and friends. The waves
of life's troubled sea no longer roll
over his spirit.
II. J. L.
J. C. Harris was born Dec. 2.1,
l:ll, and depuited this life lit 4
o'clock p. 111., June ti, 11IU7, aged 76
years, 6 months und 14 days, lie re
moved to Missouri from Kentucky
when ten yeurs old and resided here
up to tiie time of bis death. He was
iiiumed to Mary .1, Thniinan Sept. K,
1M.V.. Her first husband was (ieorge
j 1 1 11 r 1 11 .1 11 , her maiden name being Van
diver. "Pa" as Mr. Harris was lovingly
called by us, was the father ol tlnriecii
children, lour of whom are still living
Hud Hun is of this place, Mrs. Ann
Ldw ards of Fust limine leire, Mrs.
Artie Hyington of St. Louis and Mrs.
.M.il lie Weiler of Spruit. He was the
last of his family; his brotliei preceded
him a few' months ngo.
He was a member of the Three
Kivers iluptisl ('lunch and was vciy
much devoted toil, lliouh dcpiiw,
of iilteinlilig service legularly 011 ac
count of his invalid wife. He ever re
membered the marriage vow, to stand
by her in sickness ami hcallh and until
death did them part. W hen he real
ized his end was drawing near lin lold
his loving wife not to grieve after him,
their separation would not be lung, and
slio would know where to lind I11111.
Wo spent with him the last Sunday
before his last stroke. Ills daily tall,
was of the journey hu was about to
take; said he would enjoy going lo
sec his children and friends, hut knew
he was liable to be culled any time and
he wanted to die nt home. He told
his wife he didn't fear to die, but he
tegreled leaving her so lonely.
Ho counted his frsends by the score,
and this humble writer has known him
to bo un ever loving friend. While our
hearts tire bleeding we weep not .
those who have no hope, but are made
to rejoice that "Pa" lias censed all hi
eariiily struggles, thai his toil and sof
tening ate over. Dining all histnul
lie lliaiiifesled the sweetest and most
patient wpiiit, and thoe who knew biin
cannot fuii to be influenced by lo
biaiitiful ehaiacler and consistent
walk.
We are prepared to sympathize w ith
the loved ones, for we too have given
up fulher and mother; and may we
all be able to say "Father, thy will he
done," even in clouds of sorrow.
May the Lold bless the aged wile ami
give her in lhee Litter years the con
tinual pre-euce and power of Clni-t in
her heart and life.
The funeral was conducted at the
family residence by Jasper Turlcy,
after which the remains wero laid lit
rest in the family burying ground.
Fannii..
Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer,
Greatest Blood Purifier Free.
If your blood is impure, thin, dis
eased, hoi or full of humors, if you
have blood poison, cancer, carbuncle',
eating sores, scrofula, eczema, itching,
risings and bumps, scabby, pimply
skin, bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism,
or any blood or skin disease, take Bo
tanic Blood Dal ill (II. H. Ii.) Soon
all sores heal, aches and pain stop
and the blood is made pure and rich.
Draggists or by express 91 per large
bottle. Sample free by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. B. is
especially advised for chronlo, dep
tented cases, as it cures after all elte
falls.
OSCAR L. HAILE & CO.,
Farmington, Missouri.
OFFICE IN FARHINQ
TON HERCANTILECO.
ULDU., N. W. CORNER
PUBLIC SQUARE. . . .
puOMr tun oio Fire, Tornado, Plate Class and Accident
rnul,t ,,u ,s- Insurance.
Rents and Accounts Collected.
TRAVELERS GUIDE.
""
lo n uDi Kiiruilhirtfiit nm run tine rlthn
one f the flM.wn rmitt'H;
HCOM THK Mlflll-Vla ST. l.oriw
M. it. A It. T. Ky av M jtuH hi tt u
a. m., -i .11 ii in) :n p. in. , arrtvinK at tin in
Iniftnn nvtrr the electric rail way from Ha t
Itlver at I' .ut p. in. , i ..nt a ml ; m.
KrlHcu am! Illliioti Homhern l.'iive m.
r.nuUut a) a. iti. and ::im n. in . urrivtnir
at Kaiinlntftnn over ! trie railway from
etiner ai iy .warm h-.to p. m.
I nm Mountain I-eave st. Umt at h m n ,
m. and i -in p. in., urrlvlnu at Karnitiifcttiiii
over the electric railway from lu ljiiutus at
u i. in. umi i iu p. in,
NOTK-Atl the bIhivh train out of St.
Umi iHuvf from I uion Mutton,
niOM THK HOI Til.
Iron Mountain via Ittmnarck ami le
IjiMmih Arrive at Karmliitfton at li .ui unil
ii to p. in over electric railway.
Iron Mountain and Illinois Southern via
HiMuittvk-Arrive at KarniliiKitm over Her
tiie lullway from Kuther ill 7 u. in. nml
.1 W p. in.
Ilelmtint brunch of I. M. a reive at Kami
liiKttm over eh't'trlc railway lrin Ih'I.uhmih
at l.-.'np in ami at i:u. m by luu-k.
KrUcu and MhnoiN southern via ste. i.ene-vli-ve
Arrive at rarmiuutnn over electiic
mlhwiy from Ksthei at I.' 4iauiln n p, in.
t itKAcii vr Mil s.
Vmi cull ii) over eithero' the roado al thP
t In ill l s loiMvvlliK '
j Illinois imtliernanil KriM-.i l.t-uvr hurin
lltlIOII
elm
tin- i ii 1 1 w tii in ri nnr a i
- p in.. aiTivinu In -t
II Hint 7 t ! bur,. t..i
I I..111M hi im i; u. i
jroundtilp :rom haiinlnu'itm c. tor ; iliiy
ion 1 1 1 in i ,ti i or 1 1 in 1 1 .
M It. ,t U. T. Leave rurmlnu'lnn over
eieclilc nillway to Hut Klvt-r at 7 in.
and :t u- p nr. airivliiK at ht . Nu!m at II lo
a.m. and 7 an p in l-are tor round trip
from Kurmluittoii $.t:.v tor (i day limit, or
H.im.' for .in-day limit .
I mn MoiintalnTave Karmlimton Itv hack
for liel-iWHii at ir a in .nml ly electric
rallwuyat I.' tu, aritvliiK Inst. IiulmitT ihi
a. in. and T ou p. in. Kare for round trip
from KaruiliiKton $4.70, ticket aiMhiyit limit.
NoTK The time for arriving at and lea v.
HU Kaillllntftoli Klveu ilhove Is the ttcheilule
time tor arriving at and leaving the electric
UejKit.
ST FRANCOIS COUNTY RAIKWAV CO
TIMh! TA11I.I-:.
Between I armington and Flat River:
1.,'iiv,, ,rrtvi
Kiii'ininutHn U'-jHtt KUit icivi-r
.', M, il 111. I. .'.I 11 . III.
7 m; 7 fis
T 47 Hi "
Ii I" in i.
111." ii ,;
I.' in. I.'.:,.' p. in.
1 ' Mindiiy niiiy i ;.i
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t-t.il Invi l:u iiilni:t,,n l)ii.
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No'l'K-t ari leavuu KXItMIMilnN HHc
l l.'l itJVKH nl T u; a. in . n in ii, in .and
H. I l(l Kit I- I- V t M I Mt'l'i N ut 7 ami
I" i:. a. in,, a stated aiHt, do not itinon
sundayu I'l.KASK oii-l.u h l llls.
Bclween rarmlncton and DcLbhsu.h
Kenve Kni-iiiluutim depot at 7 aft, I I'M n.
in., i:' 4ii, 4 44 and . M p. in. IteturnliiK.
leave lMl4tMiis at 7 a. m., and IV fr. I ii,
'. m and it n7 p. ni. Also -I Mi V- iM V .
leaie Karmliitfton depot at n a. in., re
tiirnthK, leuve Ih1jishu! lit u .ft a. in.
w. ii. vot N;,
Attorney ut mw,
ami No.ary 1'uhiic.
'. It. Mi
l'uldlc
YOUNG -McCLINTOCK-DOSS.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Sells ami buys re il estate, write-; lire and torn.n!" inv.ir uuc.
procures lo.ins on real et ite security Special attention iveii
to I'rol).ite pr.iftiee by Mr. Voting.
Ollice South of Court Mottse in the t ',. ". Willi mis ituihliiiv;.
FARMINGTON, MISSOURI.
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Dartaington ana I ite mver, Mo.
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4 I.nnilier, Diiits. Wiinlovv l'r'inrs, .sn-.ii, hii.nl-, Wi itln'i J
hnariliiiir, l'itic, Cviirns mil WaslMiutun Cellar Slmn-n'i,
l'loorinK. StinliliiiK liuii.lrr' iliinlwunil, ami ill fact rvpryiliinu
X nceilt'd hy contraotiirs anil builders. 2
I we Handle FAIRBMK'S GASOLINE ENGINES and DEEP WELL POMPS.
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That is wbat you (ret wben you nnler your suits from
J. F. PUTTMAN,
FARniNQTON,
Spring and Summer Samples
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M. P. CAVCt. fnshliT,
CAPITAL STOCK (SO, 000. 00
StirphiH und profit $50,(M)o.OO
Do, a aneral Baaklnr tad Kx
cbauae buslooaa.
9 Intre.t palil on ttrn lUpotltt.
lofiur.il avalniit burirlsrT In tba
f ldBllty anil Uasunltr Co., ( N.Y
bepotiiary of County pundt.
COM.ECTIONS A SI'El'lAI.TV.
- - - niRKCVORIi - - -
I'rter Gicssim;, J. V.. Klein,
W. V. Doss, lohti H. HiRhley
V. K. I.ann. A. J. Zwnrt,
W. M. Ilurlan.
Merrill Pipkin,
Lawyer,
Abstracter.
Real Estate,
Loan and
Insurance
Agent.
FARMINGTON. MO.
OlVicfl over St. Krancoie County Hank
rilOXK No. 67.
Final Settlement.
Not fee l heivhy iflven that tluj under
luned, dminlst rator id t lie ektall of
JiHIN W. 11MII.K, hee'd.
will make a tliml settlement of Mild estate
ut 111.- m Xt t-rm ol tin- lYnl.ilte Court ol M.
J t i uncoK i mi my , MI'mmii I. to he ht'u'uu and
held In iirmlnuton. In said count) . on the
Hecoiid M''Iidm In Jill v , I "',
( . It. M. ( I IN I'im K. Adin v.
.lun.t 7, IK.
Final Settlement.
Sot (cm N hi-rehy clven that the under
Alined, adtnlnlAtrator ot the estate id
.InliN M. ih-L4MK, Incd.
will make final nctt It-inciit of nld estate at
'lli.MH'Xt term of ih l'roiai c.uit of
I uinciin county. Ml.-sovirt, tn he hi-t-un and
I held III tlteColll't House 111 t- aillllllUtt ill , lit
j -nid county, on the second Monday in
I .liiv, :n; .
I. t;. Tt'CKKIt, Adm r.
.June T, I!"ij7.
Final Settlement.
Notice Is herein idven that the undr
sluned, ndnilnlstratrator of tho estate ot
N. W. KIKKI'ATICK K. Dee d
will ifitke a final nettlement of Mild estate
at thetiext term of the l'totmte t otirt of -t ,
h rancidrt county , Mlsitriurl. tnhehtirun Hint
held at the court house in t-armlntrtou, Hi
said couutv, on tin second Monday In JuU ,
ll7 .
JOHN i. KlIIKl'ATItM'K.
May Mt, AdmiuiMtralor
l I.INKM h,
AdiiilnNtr.itor.
J As, . lldiH.
UKKCIIANT
TAII.0H,
MISSOURI.
for 1006 already on hand.
II I FlWil

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