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Weak Throat Weak Lungs
Cold after cold; cough after cough! Troubled with this taking-cold habit? Better break it up. We have great confidence in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for this work. No medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs. Ask VOW doctor for his opinion, lie knows ail about it. His approval is valuable. Follow his advice at all times. No alcohol in this cough medicine. . c Amt cv., iwtii, Mam. THEN SEEK INCREASE WAGE DEMAND PRESENTED 75 RAILROADS TO Propn'.rri Stand.lldljatlon of Wafle for Trit.-..t.-. De manded by Association. Always kicp a good laxative in thehouse. TakaadoMwhtfl ynurcoldfirstcometon. What it the but Luutivc for this? Aycr's Pills. Ask your doctor hi opinion. Let him decide. Order of Publication. STATI- of MISSOI'UI. I County of St. Francois, i"s' la the Probata Court. October Term, 1909 in tin- Probata Court htld within 1a I tor St. Prancoii coantjr, Missouri, on Sctnrdar, Nor am bar 10, 19091 beigg tbt -nluii ilsv of tin- Octobat tarn, tba following among otber proceedings wtrr hail: Batata of Kittia Sutherland, deceased 1 William N. Pleming, Administrator, 1 Publication to si ll realty. William N. Plemidg, aa admidiairator of tin- aatate of Kittle Sutherland, de canned, nam files bit peUtioii for an nlcr for the sale of teal elate of laid dacaaaad for the payment ol debts files his nccouatS, liltl an I Inventories us raquirad by law. sbowiug that d TuaiiiN aggregating more than one bun Ired and twenty-two dollars have been allowed by tins court agaioal '.ml es tate anil that the same are now due ami remain unpaid hecauee then- an no personal assets in the I. amis ol this administrator belonging lo salt! estate wherewith said ilctnainls mav lie paid; wherefore, sai l administratoi prays the Court for the sale ol the following de seriheil real estate heloiitfim' to s,ui es- tate, tor the payment oi the debts, to-1 wit: Lota Twelve and (fourteen of John I C. Alexander's Subdivision of part of: Survey No. jijfKj, in St. Francois county, Miseouri; and the Court after hearing said petition and the evidence iii rela lion thereto, orders that all parties in- tares ted in said estate lie notified thai .ipplieat ion as aforesaid for the sale of said real eitatu has bean made, -Hid tlla't unless the contrary in shown on or be fore the firs! day of the January term of this court, to he begun and held on the second Monday in January I9IO1 an Order will he made for the sale of said real estate, or so much thereof ;(s may , 'e necessary for the payment of the debts; and it is further ordered that a , ropy of this ordor he published 111 some newspaper pubHahad in St Paattcofs County for four weeks prior to the said January term of this Court. t; 0. nation's, ludge of probate. STATI-. OK MISSOURI, t'-'imty of St. Krancois, r 1, 0, o. Nations, Judge of the Probate t'ourl held within and for the County of St I'rarcnis and State of .Missouri', hereby nattily that the abo -e and fore going is a true and complete copy of the record of the proceedings of our said Probate Court on tin- day and year and in relation to the matters therein specified. IN TESTIMONY WHURBOV, I have hereunto sat my hand ami SHAL ullixeil the seal of said Court at oflii e in Parmiugton this 10th day of October, njocj. 0. o. nations, lude of Probata PLEASURE TO BE PAID FOR How Wiss Mother Directed Little Daughter's Steps in Ways of Common Sense. fiho wan a very little mnlden, nnil Khe thouibf thin Willy Smith, whom shr nu t at n party, was the very nic est boy sin- hud ever Keen. "Mummy," she told btf mother tho Morning after the pnrty, "I want to write every day to Willy Smith; I Maid I would." "All right, dearie," ni the cheerful 1 reply. a very ink letter wen) off that day an-1 1,0 Willy Smith. Put I he next iluy. wnen tha small damsel had finished writing h,r missive, lbs looked up at In r mother. "Musi 1 pay two pennies every time I writ,- to Willy gmllhT" She asked, plaintively. . "Why. of courae, darling," snid tha mother "Hut If I pay two pennies every day 10 write to Willy Smith, I Won't have nay panntea or my own." "Mo, thai Is true." "Mommy," la a plnailag voire, ! "won't you 1ve me (wo pennies for my letter'"' "No, dear I don't rare to wrlto to j Willy Imith Why should I spend my , pennies on him?'' "Then," wlih a sigh. "I think I won't wilie nay more to Willy Smith. I'd rather have my pennlea." Tin modem pa real saensi to bo adopting Herbert Inenoere ndvire to leave the children to be Inught by the- penalties tlmi life Inflicts. Cleveland, Dec. 10, Aeoordini in Preaident w. o. baa, officials of ail railroad's seal of the Mississippi alvi-r and north of ibn Cheaapeaftc and ohio line, about seventy!lve in num- bar, were nolllled fcy tho Brotherhood of Trainmen of 11 demand for u uni form wim similar to that of the Western aaaoclatlon, The demand will he filed to January :i, or within u few days thereafter. Mr Lee declared the vole nf tho local unions In the territory included was almost unanimous 10 submit de 1 manda and hold out. If necessary, for their acceptance, Tin- proposed stand I ardlsatloB of tin- vraga for conductore land trainman on tin- lines under Jurisdiction of the Baatern aaanula iion means an Increase in some naeaa aa high ns 10 per ei.ni, nml no la. 1 n aae smaller than Z per cent. If the demand In- granted it will affect ap proximately 175,000 nu n. 7a, 1100 of whom me members of tha brother hood, 11 ef rrinir to tho reported atatament of some railroad officials thai fn-iKht rates have to ! advanced if train men are granted higher wagea, he said 'in- rilroada had baoa looking for some excuse to DOOal rales, but H would make bo filCerwaoe wlib the ultimatum of Ihe brollnrhood Great State of Texss. The 2.1 states which compose the home land of the (ir-rman empire, In cluding Alsin e Lorraine, have an area of 20s,27o square miles with a popula tion of 60,r,4 1.278. Texas has an area of 205,780 square mllea. After the German empire had been laid down upon Texas in the remainder spars sf .",7,010 square miles It would be feas ible to tuck In all of I'nrland ssS Wales with the excptlon of Ihe tlDr county of liuiland. or If that ar rangement should promise to Impose too much work Upon the Texas Han gers II would he possible to Include Iho Netherlands, Belgium and Den mark and Switzerland. Still Texas would have loom for a few stragglers. hong Felt Want Supplied W. A. KENNEDY &. CO. Markert Hotel, for ve opened a sccond- For Eczema, Totter and Salt Rhoum. The intenae Itching oharaetariotio of these nil ts Is almost iiistiinlly allayed by Chamberlain Salve Many severe eases liuve been cured by It. fot sale by K . M . Luakiiiiin Evi Final Settlement. Sotlci : linri-liy Klvi signet, Mi1iiiiiittnitmt 1 that tin- amlei of tl. (gtat ot A. B. BjOaM, leri-atit, will make s tluul fiettleim.nl ol SaUt SStStS at tbe next term of itie I'robute Court of si . Krsucoii county, Missouri, to be twinm anil belli at IUe court boues in Kitrnilnvtnn, In said countr. on tbe second Monday In ,lur. uury. inn . . BOOK, Adin r. In-r,-uiber I'.SJU, Cats Watching Sparrows. rj an- ,11111111 Juki before tWlllnfat n row of cutB of all nges. stages, gaiigi s. breeds, tribes and then a tew other kinds thrown In (o sort of nven up the balance of things, can he seen In tin- yard next to St Andrew's Church, at Eighth and Shipley streets. All of them are iqiwesed as close to tin- wail or ibn church building us they can gel. and there they lie in wait for Sparrows which infest tha creeping vines thai grow all over the wall of the chinch on the south side. Bvery moment or so some luckless SpalTOW alights tan near the ground or chirps loo loud, and some oat Im mediately makes a running jump up the vine, and before the bird can fly from under tin- leaves u is cai fond lometlmea as many as M can be seen In a row watching for their evening meal of birds -- Wilmington. News. Guardian's Notice of Appointment- Notice UJ hereby gHroa that letters of gaaifllaiiahii weie gianieU by tin probata t'ourl of It Kram-obi Oottnty, Mleeotttti un Octobei rah, i-.nfi. to the untie Thinned, on the aetata of wii. 11. toumu, person of unsound Blind, aii persons has Inir clnliu.-. airaliiHi naid eitate must pieitMit tin- seine for allowance y the Prottats Court within oae year front ihadateof this notlee, ortber ina be precluded from nn beuerlt in sai.l i-ntate. nnil 11 not presented within tsroyears tin-) will be forever baned. mo 1.. un m, uuardlan ovumb-r II, lyuu. Really Poor Penman. There Is a certain Philadelphia phy slclan of considerable prominence who Is renowned among his friends as the worst penman In the Unaker city, lie used to write them letters Slid (hen feel hurt when they could not read them When bo wrote to parsons who were not familiar with his scrawl they frequently would not know whom the letu-rs were from Some time ago he Introduced a typewriter Into bis of lice, and this rendered the body of the letter Intelligible, but did not clear un Ihe difllculty over the signature Now, however, says Ihe Record, he has had made n rubber stamp bearing his ! name and address in printing. Ho signs his Bams In the usunl scrawl, but alongside In- Impresses his stamp. . It Is a little humiliating, he says, but ; he no longer has any trouble about persons to whom he writes uot know 1 lug from whom the letters nre. OSCAR L. HAILE & CO., Farmino-ton, Missouri. OFRCfc IN PARniNQ TON niiRCANTILE CO. LOO., N. W. CORNL-R PUBLIC SCUARR. . . 219. REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE, LOANS. ABSTRACTS NOATRIES PUBLIC and CONVEYANCERS. fire, f ornudo, Plate Glass and Accident Insurance. PHONE NO Rents and Accounts Collected. 100TH IS NEARLY STOLEN While Victim Sleeps Thief Attaches a Wire and Breaks Down the "Bndqe." Portland, Ore., iV-c. 20. "He tiled to steal my gold tooth," exclaimed Jamea Watt, Civil engineer for Ihe 0 It V, aa he dashed into police headquarters ami endeavored to articulate his experience through swollen lips. "Who irled lo Stan your looih?" nsk d Captain Bailey, it wus Ilka this." roopooded the toothless engineer, regaining his com posure "I wandereil Into rVita'a place and I had several drinks and fell nelaop while sitting on a chair in tin rear of the room. I guess I must have had my mouth open. Anyway, I WM awakened when a fellow pulled my tooth Willi a wire or something. He got It fastened to the tooth while I I was asleep and when I jumped up tin- tooth came mil along with two others. I had on a bridge Hefore I eouM holler' he hit ma n couple of blows on the mouth" Watts held tin- nrtlSclal tooth he find saved as mute evidence of the ntlack He then hurried from police headquarters In quest of n dentist lo repair his de faced jaws. DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN, I'irmlngton, : Missouri omce m gealtj handbag. ra rPnona n- rn ( Mo inns 1. Ilnii DR. J. W. BR A H A M RESIDENT DENTIST, ? S'sirixilus on, Mo, . kinds of dental operations with the alesl nod most approved appllarren anil BSathodS, All wort au. : ,11 -, , ,1 to i.-lvi- nut taction, a- Office at raeldan Have leased the rooms next to the nierly occupied as a saloon, and lin Hand FURNITURE STORE AND FURNITURE REPAIRING SHOP Cash paid for second-hand furniture, or furniture will taken and sold on commission at their salesrooms either at public auction or by private sale. Reliable labor will be furnished to stretch carpets, put up stoves, clean out flues, or do any of the thmgg so necessary in houtocleaniug. A first-class upholsterer will soon be here, and all repairing promptly attended to. All orders will be promptly tilled. I lione . xi. ir, . A. KcillU'flv will veillnve Vila e,.ol J ...v.,v ..,,11 y.iuic to the store rooms nml will rwntismsi t, KMtAm , . , r - - .....v iivi 111. l nu Dusmeaa in that line. He has a large gooo larms now listed lor sale. Call and Mr office 11 umber see 11 1111. f DR. B. R. DOWNING, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PAjurateron u. tirnre In Ibe Lang Heller Banding, nRlce Phone ill. BeeldSBOS Phone Ml, edwrd a. rozier, Attorney at law FaRMIHOTOMi Mimoi 1 I. I sTff 7"it 1. prai niri. riini llee in all the courts i le in BealtV liuilillng R M. TALBERT. TTORNEY-AT-LAW, FAHMirGTON. Missouri. will Practice In all tin, Courts of the state. 1 'nice 111 Realty Bulldlaa, Rooai 1:.. I Capital $30,000 Surplus $10,000 I ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY BANK, armington, Mo. J General Banking business. Safc and COMerva J tive bankintr methods. " ICverv lacilitv possible for the accommodation i its patrons, f Time deposits J with interest. Excellent facilities for handling iorW exchange, Ve solicit your business. Ineurance against Burglary, Fire, Accident or other disaster. H. II MAKIICKV. W.L. HKMBIRY MARBURY ii HENSLEY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, FarmlnKton. Mlssnnrl " "i praciim in an me courts of Un- Mats Karnilnirton Mercantilil c, lllilK H. B. LEDBETTER AlTORNEY-AT-LAW Fahmingon Missoum. (Special attention t.. Probate ami inonraaai - ' :l !!: , OfflcelB bank ot Parmlnston nida Officers THO8, II. BTAati Preaident R. K. SWINK. Vice I'res't J. K. COVBR, Cashier PIBLDINO Mccormick, Ass'i Caahier Directors THOB. II. BTAaf. Ii. I-:. SWINK II. I. MORRIS. J. M. MORKIS. w. t. BAILS, J. W. KARSCII B. J. TBTLBY, IS SHOT THROUGH HEART Furrow Was Ploughed in Organ and Cavity was Penetrated, but Recovery is Expected. St Joseph. Mo.. Dee 20 -Francis Dryedale, allot thrnuKh the heart while liaiiillliiK IiIh revolver, three Veeka ami. Is able lo sit ua Tn lu ll al SI Joseph's hospital anil his complete recovery In expected Ills phyalclal contlltlon is now good lie wan shot Nov 21. the bullet striking the left ventricle, plowing a furrow an Inch Ioiik and making an opening into the oavity, The peri cardium, or tack containing the heart. was lllled with blood anil the wound spouted, a Jet as large aa a man's little Bnger The wounil was OMMSed ilh steriliz ed ;auze. The gaaaa lias now been removed with no bail effect a Tbe only abaormal condition is a high pulse, in performing the oparatton the doctorl cm off part of the fifth rib. DR. E L, HORTON, PENTfT a, PABMINOTON, MISSOURI UUIce up stairs In Holler A lamK RnJIdtBI 'Phone So. Hit. C. A TETLEY DENTIST f AKMIMI I 0. MISSOUK Office in Realty BMg Suite No. 6. rbone ?s. OWEN A. SMITH, M . D.. KYK AND KAR. AT FAR MING TON saiiav, i feaveaay nnu Satanlav, ontce lir. BoUnaon'a HuiiiiiuK AT FLAT RIVR. .Monilnr, Wetlne.tln.v anil Krlday. Trustee's Sale. I come to us MS PS WELL HADE W ELL SET Is our aim. We will gladly I ome to you if vou cannot If in need of a monument drop a card to Farmington Marble Works, iVlr8 E. L. 5paugh, Proprietor. Little Woman Has Triplets. Klenaide, Pa., Dec. go. TrtpleM wen- born lo .Mm. Antonio Moffo. a Weldoa woman, but, doaatte tin- ef- forts of pliVHlclans, two of the Ihree boys have died. The third child and tha DHOther are expected to live. Mrs. Moffo Is Hie wife of an Italian barber ai YVeldnn, ami Is a woman of Fniall build. Bribe Indictments Di3mlssed. Oklahoma city, okiu., Dec, 20. iflstrh 1 Judge ItuaaiH has glamlsead indictments aKiiinsi Ohicd of PoHoa Hubatka, Hammjr akinpaiia. hia seoi tary, and Jake Armstrong and W. U. Wlti her, deputy sheriffs, banging ac ceptance of bribes. The court held that the Indictment eere uiuiib:uoua. Boar Rip Open a Man's Leg. Hull City, Kan.. Dec. 10. While do- iuk tin- chorea, ai Mriiuuiei atepaad lnlo a pan In which wiih eoiiHnetl. with oilier hot;s, a large hour, and tin- Iiobhi spranu- at blm and wlib one toss rip ped Mr. McDnnlcl's Icr open from a point above the ankle to the knee. u hereas '. Basse ami Mary M. Reees hi- w ife, by their certsin deed ol trust , dst ed the tenth day .a Saptember, nineteen hiiiulri'il am! Hire,-, ami n-cmled In the re col-ili-r'-nlTlr-e of st . Krnncil nnrv. Ml. sourl. In Umk i'a at pane II, conveyed In Hubert A. 0 IV Ink, ai trustee, the follow ing deserlbed real estate ami linpi-oveuinntii there on slluate, lylnc ami being in the countr "I St. rrancols anil stme of Missou ri. In nil Beamnlnaal a stone north four t6 cbalm ami nrty links irotn ihe center of section twouty-nl (lid, , runninii south twelve (12) Chains and fifty (Ml links in a slu.-ie. thence west two '2i chain, ami .evettty-flve links In a si, me. ihe nee mirth fifteen ileirrees west. elBbt K chain, ami .evenly. five (7fi) links to a stone; thence west fifteen (16) chain., ami twenty nv,- () links to a stone; theiici-north eleven (ID chali-s anil seven tjf three (71) links to a stone; thence south seven i?' degrees east, twenty one M) chains ami thlrtr-elgbl is. links to the place of heinnnlng, in towashlp tniny five fan muth. ranae six IB) east, rontainliiK twenty ii) acres more oi less, nml is same property deeded to parties oi tin, nrst )nrt by party nf thiol part, by warranty deed of even dais here II n Which snhl conveyance was made In trust to secure ihe payment ol a cerlaln promis sory note In sn lil ilee, I nf trust desrrllHMl, and whereas by the terms ol .aid deed said Hotels past due ami remains unpaid, anil whereas tie-said Koberi A. -wink, trustee, declines to net . now, therefore. In accord ance witn the provisions of said deed of trust , and at Ihe .-,uiesl of the leinil n, ,1,1,, r ot said not,,, I, tbe undersigned siieiirr r St. Krancois county, win. on nilll.W. KM'I MIIKK M, lt, l.,. ween the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and live o'elocl; in ll, ..ti.i, . n ottinitdai. ai the south trout il.siroftfis i nun lions,-, in me i p. ,,f rarmlnaton, in said M f rai Is count '. Missouri, sell at nubile .i.i. i lo the hluln.-t lilddi.r for cash, the above described teal eslale ! sat' Isfy said note ami tin ,,i ........... tbls trust. HTM. i.iimihv -n.,,-ifT llecemlier 4. I'.KXI. YOU Wllili AlilUAYS FIJYD THE LATEST LINE OF Pieee Goods and Samples AT THE TAIIiCRINC ESTABLISHlDEHT OF H. TRAUERNIOHT, PARMTNGTON, M(). Prices Right and Good Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed Inion-Made Suits That la what you get when vou order your suits from J. F. PUTTMAN, TH. FAWniNQTON, MISSOURI. Latest 1909 Samples Now on Hand. W. m. nAKI.AN. President. St. P. CAVCt. w. it. Lane, Vlce-Pres Cashier. I HIM. CAPITAL STUCK I i 50 000.00 Barplna nnd iirofit $5(1,000. 00 Does s general Ranking and Kx ctisnge husl"ss. Interest OMl jin llniu.lnr,,,.!,. Insured sgslnsl bnrirlnrv In the I Fldelllr sud C'ssuultr Co., of N. V Peasants' Treasure Trove. Rome, Dec. 20 A largo Btonn Jar filled wlih gold coins of the thirteenth oratory, each of which la worm $200. ban been dug up by peasants in a field near 1'avla. Carnegie Library to Coat $15,000. Stamford, Tex., Deo. SO. Tha Car aegle library will be erected here at a coat or $16,000. It will be of brick and none, two atorlea and basement. A Morning Reminder. You awake with a mean, nasty taste in the mouth, which reminds you that your stomach is in a bad condition. It should also remind you that there is nothing so good for a disordered atomach aa Chamberlain's Stomac h and Liver Tablets. They build up the system, assist nature to restore natural conditions, and are so gentle in their action that one hardly real isee a medicine was token. Chamberlain's Tablets are sold everywhere. Price 2Sc depositary o (Sounty fund: COLLECTIONS A RI'EOIALTY. - - - OIRKCTOKS - - -I'cter Oleaalug, J. B, Klein, W. !'. Doss, M. P. Cayre. W, R. UUUf, A. 1. Zwnrt, W. M. Hsrlan. IW. N. FLEMING, Notary Public Real Estate Loans Insurance Your Business Is Respectfully Solicited OFFICE IN REALTY BUILDING. Farming-ton, Mo., Phone 71. Merrill Pipkin, Lawyer, Abstracter. Real Estate. Loan and Insurance Agent. FARMINGTON. MO. Ofllcc river Si. PHONE No. 6; Francois County Hank LANG & BRO. FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturer j ef Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber and Building Material Also Undertakers of Funerals.