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PUBUSHED Kvkky Tiu k-hav my FARMINGTON TIMES PRINTING COMPANY THE THos. H. 4TAM, U. K. PBBR8, President, Vice Prasittettt. THKO. I) PIHHER, Bditor tad Busiaa ONE DOLL A K A YEAR. FIFTY CENTS FOB K FARMINOTON, MO., MARCH 10, linn Peter Buck i Nte, Uene- sieve county wu bare Monda) tu attend the meeting "i the lnnird oi dire (.'torn t tbe fctoutheasl Mi(aonri Kiiir Aitociation, ol which be is a member. Mr. Unck ia a candidate for tlic Democratic nomination lor Judge of tbe Circuit Court of thii judicial circuit, anil lius n lot of friendi in tins count) wbn would like to tee bim receive tie' nomiua- tlllll . Senator Aldrieb, the friend of Hpaeial Privilege and champion of land revision upward, in a Senate debate recently said: "If I were a business man and given permission to manage the affairs of the gov ernment I would run them for three hundred million dollars a year less than il I- now ooatiflg." Well, well, weir Who ia rnnning things at Washington it Mi Aldrieb i not ' 1 1 our Republican friendi have in i i running the governmenl at n lo-s of over a quarter ol a bil lion a vein , just think of tbe bil lions ol the people's money they have squandered. ' "urn tl salt out." rai HARD (ill. The "progressive" Republicans of South Dakota held a State con ference reoeutly at Huron and adopted h platform. hie of the tilanks nails: "The dominating is sue iti tbe ooming campaign is the arreatiug of control ol national leg i elation from special in tercet 8 in trenched behind Hpaaker Cannon ot the HoUH and header Aldricfa of tbe Senate and their supporters. It is not lufficient that Hpaaker Cannon he retired. It is essential that a successor he elected who is aommitted to ami is a supporter of progressive principles The pro gressive Republioaua of Houtb Da kota will not support a candidate for the primary who docs not stand unequivocally on this platform.'' Hut the next plank shows how haul it is to hreuk away from old prejudices and preconceived noli eies t lust are clearly responsible for tbe very thine gJtioel which these alleged "prograaaivea" declaim, for, it says: We believe the Payne tariff law was a decided fulfillment ot the party pledge, hut that in equalities vet exist which should he remedied when demonstrated to he such." Still clinging to the uld protoc Uon idea. Tbey cannot grasp the fact thnt as long as there is u tariff j l. Q, Keith, road Improve- for protection we will liave special nmeJ .. , . r It. M. 1 albert, hay und corn interests ns a necessary result, ana for Infirmary,., that these special interests wili bei1: A:,I'-(ElV'"r.,i f"r in "control of national legislation" as long as llu party ot protection, is in power, no mutter by whut ( name it tmiv be nailed, There is only oue Wf to accomplish what ii.os-o ...ir si. i..,i inimanim Am-1 iH.-st v. II "I I i VI 'i',i;n ,,5iivil s. s - Blare tbey wanl aeoompliabed, ami thai is to eliminate the element of pro! Hon to special industries or interests from their mind, und woA to turn the Keptiblicnu party, whose dominant idea is protection, out of power. Take away from the Republican putty its policy of protection, and t lie people with any degree of sin cerity. Thai is the reason these alleged progressives could not make any claim to being EUpubli cans without holding on to the idea of protection, the evils of which they see ami feel without discern tug the cause. They blindly ad here to the very idea which the Kpeciul interests or, more correct ly, speeinl privilege wouitl have them hold, that "the Tuyuc tariff bill ia a decided step in tilltillment of the party pledge." The Payne tariff is just what the special inter ests wanted, and made it. With PHILIP s, COLE. Sec'y ninl TfSSt, .i. Manager. !ili' protection idea ringing in thai mioda, the "progroasisei" cai never make any bead way in th direotiou f lukniK tmtioniti legii lation out of tbe bands of tbe ape- eial privilege oiaes. rtilcas tbey can uruj tlie fundamental truth of equal rights to nil and ipeoial privilege! to none," which il the I antithesis of the protaotlou idea, J they might us well in- talking up a hollow tree fur nil the good their insurgency will aceompliah. County Court Proceedings County Court met Monday III Ing, March 7th, pursuant toadjfl lie hi, all the officers present Whuleaale malt liquor dealt t cense was urauted in J. I,, ci ii anil in ni. ii ins in. mi lur same in -ii ti i ol Ii'iOO. r. ii. Keith and others having paid Into the OOUnty treasury fUt.S0 for Improvement "f publie road front Clearview to Llbertyvllle, tin- court appropriated a like amount out ol the county road fund for aame pur pose. Mr, Keith was appointed su perintendent of expenditure and save bond in the sum of t'S). Bonds of the following roud over seers were approved: .1. . ,.. (!lauahan, M, s Raton, R. '. Plgg, Win. Pollett, .) I. Hull, Thus. II. Meddle. Wm, Dugal, J. it. Doberty, W. R, Hitter, W. A. Mitchell, John Albert, Eeno E, Kerlagon,J, K. Hlg-j man, Hhell 'I'. Horn, II. H. O'Ban-' nun, Oeorge R, Williams. B. (1. t'orter, il .1. Rranlng, Peter Meyer, John A. Glbaon and a. j. Kennon. A special election fur n new read I district, nn petition nf J. ('. West-1 over, J. ,V Shan nnn and it hers, was ! ordered to take place on Raturday, April nth, ambraelng nl t eight miles square as follows: ReginniiiB Sl southeast corner of BlVins and running south to section 7, township lift, rang 5 thence west to quarter sectlou corner between aeotlona n and IT, township 36, range I; thence north to quarter section corner be tween sections H und 17, township range 4, thence east to the beginning, taking in Hie whole town of BlvlUS, The contract for putting in con crete aide walks around court house was let to K. (I. Weiss at 7'4 cents per sipiare foot, county to furnish material Court Is at work on settlements with the Treasurer und Collector. War rant a leeued. tieo. C. Courtney, temporary relief, Mrs. It. It. Downing, support of Belle Mall, ii, o. m. Bon nay, support of Jesse Leplant W M. Newklrk, support of m rs. Lasbtey J. C, Alexander relief of Jos. King and wife M. L, i i. mm.', support nf of family Ed. W. Ison 10.00 5.00 6.60 6.00 in.no 0.00 30.00 1. K. Schliesser. ianilnr 120.00 06.00 Teti 0.1 'id I.IHI v Jewelry Cn , supplies W .-. . .Liu-,. Ol.. I ' . sla- waler for court hi and jail f II v. light for Inflriiiart 3 .IS Mount Vernon Banitarlun Hi. 12 Wro. London, extra aervl I7.-.1I Bonne Ti rr 1'hailiiacy, up ' plies 70' c. I". Wllkson, freight sVe, Efarmlnnlon News. nrintniL' 2.26 30.76 3.80 L. O. Smith Bros, repairs j. r . lienton, temporary re lief of James Kinney and family 17.08 Keillor I'rtg. Co., stationery M;M Cole a Nixon, supplies 3.00 Wm. Loudon, expenses 10,10 Skinner K. Hta. Co., sta tionery 4li.lll Klein f im. Co., supplies 70 Eartnington Telephone Co. 10,20 Btandard I'rtg. Co., stationery 05.30 Wm. London, board of pris oners 101.00 Thus. Kussell, repairs I, SO Dr. I., a. Anthony, cervices 4.2B J. A. Lawrence, fees ISI"itl Try a Sack o( TRlUtDPH CHICK FEED Just tbe thin"; for little chickens. . . We also have the HEN FEED. Farmington fllerc. Co. Candidates' Announcements qcc For City Collector: Ohca it !.. Ha ilk authorti announce im as a candidal fill eleetlon for City (Collector. .1. It. smith authorise tie to an nounce, hltn as a candidate for iiv Collector. For Alderman: For City Collector: J "Variety ,. the apice of life." ... ... IK t Country sorghum ami New or IX MONTHS i leans sv.-u at tin- Karmliigton Mer- jeantile Co, Sam 'i. j . Tarn nv autborlaea n to I announce hint as a candidate fur re cii.ciii.ii f,,r Alderman In tbe Second , Ward. lihsm Hkrman autborlaea us to announce him as a candidate for re election for Alderman in the First Ward. FATAL CAR ACCIDENT. To Mother and Inthor of Mrs Qua Kartell and Hrother-in-Law and Slater nf Mra. Henry Bchramm, Sr., of thia Place. Laal Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Her- .. .. . . man Keller of St. Louis, father and motber of Mrs. tins iiarteii , brother-lo-law und sister of Mrs. Henry Schramm. Sr., of this place, while .-rossliiL- a street in St. Louie. were rim into lv a street eat m il the latter finally injured. Mrs. Rel- ler'a skull was fractured and alio suffered numerous cuts and bruises, j Mr. Keller s right wrisl was broken and his chest crushed in. They w, re carried fifty feet on the fender nr the swiftly movinff car before the inotortuan could brlnx it to a stop. They were taken to a sanitarium and Mis Keller died this 'Thursday , morning at f:30 o'clock, Mr. and Mr- Kartell went to Ht, Louis Mon day, after liearlnK of the aeeldent, and Mr. and Mis. Schramm will go I Up In attend lbs funeral, which will ' take place Sunday. Mr. Keller was foreman nf the Centring Wagon Company ol st. Louie, and some years ago lived here and worked for Lang A Bro. ROAD OVKR8EERS MEET. The meeting nf road nverseelsi called ley County Highway Knglnecrl Holtnan for last Saturday was well' attended, every road overseer in the county exeepl one being present, I besides a number nf other eitlscual Interested in good mads. Mr. Hoi-j man made a practical talk on the I proper construction nf mads, and Slate Highway Kngineer Curlls Hill delivered an Interesting address no the subject nf heller mads and laws hearing on the good mad move ment. The Importance of better mads is appreciated and recognised by everybody, and eapeeially by the fanning class, and Internal in this movement is growing. The main queatlon is the means to the end and how fo get them, for good mads properly constructed to stand the wear of traffic cost a good deal of money, Kor use the yeur round, in fids section and climate, nothing simrt of maeadamlaed mads with good foundation will answer, and they cost on an average mil less than IteW a mile. But I hey pay ami save money in the long run, and our people can afford to laijld them If they will make tip their minds to do so. The county will have more than OOtOtO I" he expended during the yeur for permanent road Improve ment, This Includes about KJO,000 now on hand and the anticipated revenue that will come In this year for the permanent road Improve mattt fund. This StUUKMI is In excess of the Individual road district funds and poll tax tn he expended by the road overseers III their respective districts, and is derived from Hie SO cents levy under the new , atltU- tional amendment, ami from other sources. The amendment limits the levy for this purpose to !t6 cents on the 1100 valuation, ami Btate High- way Engineer Hill, in his remarks last Saturday, said the only ,-riti- icism In had In make of our "iintv Court was that they didn't e the lull 26 cents instead nf 20, Now, the law requires the County Court to meet any amount of v olun tary subscription in excess of Jfjfj paid Into the treasury for permanent mad Improvement with an appro priutioii of an equal amount from this fund: and it lias been the policy of the Court, where the Importance of the road justified it, to give even more. The money thus subscribed and appropriated is to he expended under plans and specification a fur niched by the County Highwa) Kn gineer. So, if the people living along and in the vicinity of perma nent roads wish to push the work of road Improvement, they can with a little sacrifice of money mi their part hasten the era of good mads. Every subscription extends the im provement just that much. MONDAY CLUB ELECTION. At the last meeting of the Monday Cluh the following officers were elected: Miss Anna Butterfield, president; Mrs. J. It. Smith, first vice president; Mrs. Qenevteve K. Logan, Second vice president, and Mrs. Philip s. Cole, secretary and treasurer. ." By 8 McK. F. Do It To-duy. "Thai di ed nf kindliness you we do do it to-day. Thai word to ln-ip your brothel true apeak it to-day. The time is rapidly paaelngby w service It open; and you and I, if we mean to answer our m lior's i'ry, M list do it to-day. uld lie "Thai straying one that yon mean to seek seek Mm to-day. Thai helping hand for one who is weak give it to-day. Be helpful to-day now foolish 1" wait till dear lines pass through the pearly gate, And then remorsefully cry, 'Too lata I' Help them to-day." Borne one of an investigating mind has discovered that there were department stores In the days of .Inh. This la In, scd on , nnssaL-e ...1.1..1. .. sii.i . I """' " way" "S l- " '"' ' w't r change Bomee." U le Impossible to ""''"nte the reut waste of time sl",,lt 1,1 waiting for chaniro in da- 1 "M',u ' " 1 "w-u 1,1 the c,t 1 would ! certain to '''""'s'1' eeooonl and have , have a erv BP- I hollght delivered, even it It ; were no more than a spool of thread or a paper of needles, just before Christmas, when I was In Bt. Louia, I bought a few yards nf rllih had In wail and wail for change coming to me. Whlll walUou another cuatomer along and she bought twn yards nf ribbon a! Bve cents a yard, and said, "charge and send," giving her ad- dress, and walked away. The girl said, "Well ehal do you think of that?" She was not talking to toe, i,i Ion answered and said I though! she did entirely right, for she had gone on about her buaineaa while wns still waiting, future will lie The store ill the . arranged that small packages can he paid fnr at the counter and the package itself delivered al once, which will very in u i' I tioii. simplyfy the tin Piling ti Ever) Monday morning I turn to the Saturday page of mv calendar pad and w rite down on it (he things I would like tn do dining the week, such as, to finish a certain pi f embroidery, clean OUt a drawer the cliittonccr, make so many silk onichH ior my summer rug to n used In m Id age, wl, cntnes. Kor a weal the items has been to mi this .1- num. I do uni always llml all the things crossed off When 1 reach the Saturday page, hut I do not bother shout il, hut transfer them to the next Saturday. I have SSSU the duy when I would have Worried consid erably because I dill not accomplish all my tusks, im matter how many, hut I have learned that however faithfully we strive we will find the undone things staring us in the face, and the beat way is In just stare hack again and say, I'll attend to you In the future. But this little jotting down nf mid johs helps me considerably. If the newspaper reports of one incident in the Vntigliau case are not true, then Miss Rlsle Kirk, the daughter of the President of the Kirksville Normal, has good ground for a damage suit against the news papers. The Incident is that after the death of Prof Vaughun. Mrs. Vaughan was a truest in the Kirk household, and one day while writ ing a letter at the desk was called to the telephone. During ln r ab sence Miss Kirk read and made a copy of the letter which started this Investigation. The letters nf the guest of the boueehold should be sa cred from Intrusion, and this story, if true, is n sail blow to the true American girl. Fancy such treat ment of a guest! I hope the Inci dent is not I rue. In a recent divorce case which filled much space in the newspapers, the wife complained that her hus band was a believer in Christian Science ami was therefore not sym pathetic with all her ills and ail ments The charge lias been made often that Christian scientists are not sympathetic, because they real lae that most nf the Ills people bur den themselves with are hut of the mind. Health is just as rontfSgiOUS as disease, and a happy cheerful view of life brightens the life of Un people. "Laugh, and the world laughs with you," KUu Wheeler Wilcox says, for everybody enjoys u joke. But the heudachey, liuck- uchey, ami all tl ther achey com- plainers do not deserve any sympa thy, for all many of them need Is mind diversion from their ailments, great and small. The Kmmaiiuel movement is founded on both sug gestion and self control, as I under stand it, Christian Science takes for its creed the sermon on the mount and thi' Lord's Prayer. Vmi any thing but good come from these Ire- format Ufa ia hard at beat for the1 rit majority, ud enythina thai kain. i lu , . .. ""f" s" aim 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 OIIIOCIIS should he sacredly cherished. a traveling evangelist in Kansas provoked the wrath of the city eoun I ell by his attack mi them, and the 'only way they had to gal even with him was to tax him five dollars a day I fur his buaineaa of evanaaHalna. j The theory advanced was that all " j kinds or bneim aa In town war m- palled la pay a lleenae and there ; was no reason why this man should not, who made it hie buaineaa jual to preaehlong enough to stir up strife and make miaobief an g people. collect his money and hie hlmaelf to the next plueo on his list to repeat his methods. There Is a BTOWlnS theory among thinking Christians that the hurrah methods of the i-i ..ii , i . . Hired e ailgellst Is lint productive ol lasting results. Much discost-im, is going on just now in si. Louia about 'whether it WOttld he profitable to . have (iypsey Smith to hold a long 1 meetlna then , and very many opposed it. able mraiiwri ml I was aaked recently for a aponge cake recipe. Thia Is a favor!! ike of mlMf Md 1 am always trvii.tr r,.(.;..s , ,, .. . . exactly. The following Is my luteal one, and I llml it very good: "A g I sponge cake should he yel low as gold, of velvet softness and very lender II this rule Is Strictly followed, such a cake will he the re sult. S. , anile tin. vntlra no, I vMlo. of four eggas then heal the whiles ii and until still enough t main in (he little howl it Inverted; then heat Into I them hair a cupful nl granulated su i s,t,ur; powdered sugar make- tough came cake, and Droller heatins does avet entirely with flu- grain. Kent the , v',lks end add to them a half cupful f llMB i.. iki. Uiter i Itlllg lor five Illimites SPlf il, ill, i it ii i,t mm 1 1... delicate texture of the cake depends Upon it. Atld to the yolks the1 1 "Ined Jnlce and gran d rind ,,f one 1 lemon; now beat We together the yolks and the w hires. At this stage j beating la In order, bill mual ! ab-j Isolutely avoided after adding the "our, oi which lake a cupful. The. mixture should now look like a Duff-1 ,.,, .,. ,,,,r , , very lightly, the cupful "f sugar I 'musi he genernus and the flmirj f8"' !i,,k" f"r twenty minutes m a moderate oven, just before putting in the oven, sprinkle the lop inroujru a aiuerj Wltn BIIOUI a la biespoonful of This gives the granulated sugar "cracklv" appear III II tllj nisi so desirable.'' Administrators' Notice. Notice h hereby erven that letters of sd inlnlsiraltiin were rr.inn-,1 to th,, unili i Sllllleil hy the I'rol.ilte Court of si I,.,, it , col., county, Missouri, onteii the .ost ds) or .i.nnt.i, ., . i.. u,, on inn esi.iie or I k I 1 1 u o 1.11, , ......... ..... All persons hnvtni: lalmi esaleal aeld aa : never that 1 "f required to exhibit them to th,.1 , " """'"' ' ' inlmliilstrutot ror sllowance within one "111 make ii nun! settlement or sum eainti two one of rear front the date of said letters or ther fi! Uienext term of the ttanatalJotuHof si mil) lie ple.-lililc.l 'loin lint Lenetlt ,,r siihl estnte. iiml It not exhlhlteil lot nllotMim ,. i iso ,ei,r.sirotil ine nut., ot ...hl t Iters they will he 101 cvci barred ttaWBTr K snvhi Adin'r. I January 21 , imu Final Settlement. Notice l herein stvea that the uniler I ilaned, fcxeeator or ias estate ot Ai.hvrtNi: aoaBMBB, Oee'd, iii maks rinai ssttlsawi 1 ol SB Id estate at I the next term nf the Probate Ooarl of st I fraocolf county, Mlasourt, to iM- besun ami nei.i in tin. t.-ourt liouie in liiriulnaton. In lll'l I oioii , on i,m B.,.,,n,i .tiomiu, ni April. imu. IIIASk II. Al III 1 II,, I ,,, 1,,, March eiiii. Man-Tailored Made-toMeasure Ladies' Suits and Dresses Choice of We show vim a wealth of Style ami iTabriba, in cluding many silks. We take all your measuretuenta, pve you our guarantee to fit or no sale. Hu nts are made by the American Ladies Co., to vimr individual measure. The prompt, the price exceedingly low, and the sliip perfection. ( hir immense business of last season, without a single misfit, prompts us lu say we guarantee satis- faction, Come and look at this wonderful display of materials and stvles of garments. Cole & Nixon fllerc. Co. Farmington Agents. r"v,. 'V'ev, -evtv svevo .'v. -y innrnT Trri rtf I r-isrtr nir aa w nuDcni its lci ucwclht uu., "FARMINGRON, MO. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Organe, MuBical Instruments, Sewing Machines and Attachments. itaiwne atiiu uiwta Order of Publication. iwatk or mssoum, ! oooatr " . fnuteoit in the Circuit Court, Mai term, iiu Be. rati iiiii. plaintiff, vs. u illtam inn. KefeiMiuTit . N iw a' this .tuy romes t lie plulot irr liereli iiy iter nttoruey ami Mies her itltl ui an: JT1 : .1. Il . ill ; .1,1,1 OtbSr tlllllKs t lilt T 'leieoi'Miit . wilMnm inn. is uni a resident (jftbeatats of Mlsaourl whereupon, it n unlered b-the Clerk of ttili Court, In sacs Hon, unit seiiii dsfsndant in- untineit t publication that plaintiff nsi comuieucejd i aaalnst htm in this uuurt. the on.i snd svnerel nature of whi.'ii in nn actloi tor dlvores, upon tic grounds or uiiuiiei. Hint other ki,is ItallanlHe, mul that tin le- said dsranaani be and appear at thii court at the next term thereof, to be liennii ainl boldest lit tie. Court UOUSS la the city iii t srmlnaton, in snii i aunty, on the sin iiu of tsar asst. ami an ins nrt any nt sum lerai, or In-line the last iltty or sum term answer or plead to the netition in said pause, tie. mbm will bs luken u eeafaeaed, .in.i juii;iii,.fit win in- rendered aeconi lealr. Ami it is rurriiei ordered taut u copy ban nf la. pulillslieil, aci'uriltiiK to law. In Tim tiiniiliiKinii I lines, u newspaper pupllstaetl ir. s,,,,, , oniin oi st j i; ,,i, (i ir toui ''?mx,foF&Wi lean dajr before the Brai day "t taut nex' May term of tliln court. ,,.,.,.,..., ,. . -. Witness my hnmi, ainl aeitl nl the circuit court nr st. Kritncol. i nil lit y . Oils nt Ii ilny ' Marc!. 1810, c. lv WIUUOM, Circuit Clerk Order of Publication. hi m. ot Mtssol in. i Count? of St. naaeois, In Ilia circuit court, In May term, roe Bird la aaksr, I'lnintirr. vi . lea ford L. taker, nefsadaat, now at tins any cornea ttte piiitutiir bersin 0y her Attorney ami fUes her petltloa an I llftlilll vlt . llllulllK. lllllollK'ilherthlllKS Hue defendant, sunt. mi u. Kassr, is unt u reel .lent of tin, ststs or viinMitni whereupon, it Isorderedbj tbet lerk or this court, in eacatton, timi uld defeadaol notlfled to publication tii.o pi.tiuiiir aaa commenced a uttaaalasl sun in this uourt, the object anil seneral niiiure ot w hich u nn action r-u dlTorns, upon the sroundN or iieserrion nn.i aiaindoaneat for more tban one rear ; uu.i iliat unless said defendant be and appeal .it this conn at the nsxi term tbsreof, to be be sun iimi noldea si ilie .nut House m tie i Ity ot Kiiiuiinglnti, In fniil c.iuni v. on tiu -tli duy or Mny , nexl . ami on the'rtrst ilny of eatd Term, or before tbe bisl .lay of said Term, answer or plead la fas petition in siitii cans,., the same win in- taken us eon leased, una Judsmenl win bs rendered rant lost. Ami It Is further ordered IhSl ll copy tier.' of be pabUstied, sceordius lo law, in Tbe tin iinio.-t, ,n i inns, a newipaper publlsbed in sum ooaats or si. rraaoots, for tour week successively . pu hllsheil ut leust one. u week . i he lust Insert Ion to he at least nr lean ears before tbe arsl day or sum nest May term of thin Court A true copy tnnii the record. Wttneea raj band, ami seal ol SKA!. iheCirciiit Court or st. r ran CO 1 1 : county, tins Mb day oi Marctt IMS, t I' WIMCOalf, '1111111 cierk Final Sattleinent. Notice Is herd, llaned . iniiuiuistrio, I veil Hull the UBOel ot the estate oi ihIIN T. WILLIAMS, sr., 'win antk.es aaa! settlement of said sstatt I ut tin- next term or the probate court of st francots countjr, .Misoun. to bs besun aatl beldai tl nirt house lu tiirinliorlon , In said county, on the lecond Momlny le ; torn, ine, MB mi nun i., kaas'i M.i rli 1 to Final Settlement. Notice liereli, uiven that I tie Ullilei I Seed, Use uloi Ol tl stllte or ' nim oi. count, . Ml wu , to lie liecull 1111 ' i '"'"I "i I nrmlnt'ton. n sulil county, on the : Second M tai in sprit . Hue II MIIIY l: Mil. III. hi , rsbrunrs 1-. sue. xecutor Final Settlement. Notice l hen-1,, given Hint the atSfSSI Ian, ,!, ii.lniinistintriitorii of the estate ot AI.I.KS '. Mi MKNIIY. DSC'd, win make a Baal settlement or safd estnti at the next term or the rrohuie court of st Kruncois county, Missouri, to he iieaun ami held at the court house in (.'nrmlnaton. In siihl county, on the sitoiuI Monday in April, nil". w. C. ASHBUBN, 1 tURtl MillKNKV, Ailuunlstrator- r eiii nary r.ini. 238 Fabrics 'Pin- jr.-tr- Tailoring service is workman- uicaucu atnu ncuoii cu.