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Popular Election of Senators.
Mr. Hrydii, commenting m I'll tr Com nonii on the action if CongreM which has just agreed upon resolution to mead the Federal CoMtiiatlan to far i- ; i pruvi U- fur tin- election ol tinted State Senator by poputai vole iys: "Tbe Besot and House nave agreed upon a resolution submitting foi tb iatifi ktion ol we Si. lies an amendment in Hi? feasts! Constitution providing f.-r the election ol baited State Bene tors by direct vote, u is pablie regret that the resolution vm uoi ao worded .i to atcare nuaaintotti support on tbe Danocmtic side. Beeneol the Southern ltcniorr.il- an so much uliaul of a font lull that the prefer to leave tlte method f election of aenatota uachanged rather than rik interference with Its ii Isw. Then loo, laere being n Republican party laths South, Bsostora an selected at tin.' primaries ami the people do not, therefore, leal tin- aaed of populat ilec- lion as much as the ne-d i- fill in the North. Tnesc two reason, taken to get her, accoaal for the oppoaition ol a umber of Boa the re member in the House upon the final passage of the ii solution. 'Mr. Hrvon, while be regard! the poeetbilfte ol a ior e lull i eaceedlngl. remote, recognises that the ( it is boa estiv antartaTacd by a great man) South ern Democrats, and triad when in Con grc-s to secure such a irding ol the amendment as would permii anj state io protect itself again) a force lull. i( .oie was ever passed, by returning lo the present method, ami he renewed the eifitrt to secure sm h in amendmanl when the House anil Sen ile disagreed i i to the phrateology of the amend meat, Mr. lr an plan, however, wai not accepted bi the Southern rente kenletivei in the Hoaae at lea t not in enough o( tbent to bung it helore eithet body s., the issue mis finally joined l.etween Ihe House til. m which -peeifi ally reserved In tin Mates control over Senatorial clceluiiis ami the Senate plan which did not '"After a year had been -pen! in ef fort! it recoaciling Ihe difference be t ween the Senate ami IIOUM the DcHlie crat of the Senate triad io change the Brietow amend meal by adiling a clause proposed by Senator BaCOII, The fail ure of this amendment alarmed ihe Democrat ol ihe House ami ralbei than riak of poiblc failure to submit ihe .mien. I mciit, sftSI the Senate hail last been forced to consent to the re form, thev decided to accept tin- Senate resolution ami thai put the amendmeal before the State far ratification withoul further action on the part of the Sen ate. "Ihe House acted wisclv in so doing, ami Congressman Bucket ol afloori, who has led Ihe light, is to he coagratu lated upon his success In securing to the people an opportunity to accompli ,(i this f ir reaching reform. If the Demo crals retain then majority in the next Congre and secure control of the Sen ate they may lie aide to add the pro vision desired by Ihe Southern itatea nun, who fam .1 fore hill. Hut il would have been difficult to make successful campaign this year if the Democratic party had permitted defeat 11 delay in the lubmission of the imemlment. v,. iet tin- matter of ratification be taken up and prritrd In every State is soon as the Legislatures convent in every convention Demo crat and Republican should indorse this amendment and demand its ratlfi an ii. Mi Bryan has been advocating tbe PODUlai cl.ctiou of Monitors Im wen! v i ii je.irs nth the Senate y - will rswaAii Uil he rejoice that sji awv to the te leg: -! itifitt will I Interpreting Him. .Some of our eataamad Bapubllcan teniinirarte are aakliiR what the Colonel can posaibly menu by this remark: "I think Wt lire Holll to win the tinlit thil year, bat, if do not, we are in lor three years, at Hie war." We will tell l li-lii w hat he nivalis. He mean thai he is L'oiir to make tlni'l term paiiy iit ot tb Kepiib- lieans : 1 1 1 1 it if hi ill ki ar out oatinni do n tliU year l year In and h rljiht at it a long uh iu lives. While many of us with ii, e brethren ri to lose any slpcp u In tln ir dlRl'urd anil will sympathise il" not Intend er tin- matter, dlscumflttire it 1 eay to read Doniocratic triumih anil ;: .-les . . i,tenl party that will so i ii in-1 1 as enualdei a thlril term ih rves destruction . There always has been an element anions, the Republican thai favored BPsariain n mit a leaner now m Mr. Roosevelt, ami ins announce mem that lie Intond to eontlntM the agitation eon he Interprated in no Other way than thai ti e Dei -ail are 'oiiiL' to carry all II..- in riant nlsctii ihlru s in this country for about i-nrx to BOOM, The Republic Holio hohoi-h Humor l..n s nsstlnR tin- Slur s, at their araeklv in St. Louis Siinduy, sojrs adopted resolutions of an rouraL.reiiieiil na sympathy for th.. rlii-rs of il,.- World, I inliistriiil who m e now in fi;;lii in Han Dieiro, 'l army ut 'I he Urotherliooil ation daoldad thai Metl) I" work if In nlthoiili il is noi ei v elfare Assoc!- any oua hus a so chooses uud, nnsslly practiced lev ineinh.-iH ol How nrRsnlsstion, any one alas tlo-y are willini; to let labor who is willing ti "Work is in osntriolty aotns people," tleclarad one with hoho orator. "I myself have eeti men work all day in the hot son when there were numerous shade trees shout, it it pleased this mail why should he nut in.- allowed to work. Although I ant not In favor of such utiBMeaaary work It Is certain that a man hus a right to do ho if he wishes." For soreness of the muscle wheth er Induced by violent exercise or in jury, Uhamberlaln't Liniment is est Calient. This liniment In alao high ly esteemed for the relief it affords In esses of rheumstism. Sold by lty Drutf Store. M . H Hays ol Poplsr Hlufl invlt od all tin- school children in town to visit his sods water factory one day last week and drink all they wanted. His invitution was accepted by sev eral hundred children in the after noon, and they wen- treated to their full rapacity. Philippine Independence. Chairman Join s of the insular af fair oomniltti f the house has In- troduced a bill granting to the I'hll Ippine tor elghl year a qualified , Indepi ndenoe, and utter thai com plain Independenr. The hill re- served to the I'nltcd fjlates such . owner ship, emit rol uud tovareignty lover such lands as a entiiinUsioii appointed for the purpose Ma) re Igard us r,soesry us ooaMng and naval stations, and terminal, pointi for oablea. The bill carries out the prooiiae of the democratic plat forme ot I DUO, I KM and I'.IOH While the platform did not fix u infinite ' time for Independence tin- time fixed 1 in the Jones hill Is not too short, it having been now nvor twelve years since American occupation began, Congress has made a splendid record in tarrying out the promiae of the platform. It ought not to adjourn until this prompt Is fulfilled. The lommoner. Hue Apple Year. Two million buahel of applea foi Reno county. Kits. That is the aliel of Ihe orop lis estimated fry one of the biggest apple growers in thai county. Holm enmity now leads Kansas ns the greoMOl apple pro- I duclng county, Wlth338,SM bearing j tree, and the beat prospoot for uni apple crop, the estimate of .',iani,ilii bnahel I eonnervntlve. This would j mean a little less than aix Im- ... for each tree The late spring! worked wonders for the apples, j There was no need (or smudges this year, as the trees have tint been I touched by frost . The apples passed ; i through tin ! an dantagi critical period arlthnul from sudden dropa in tempera) u re. I. inns Batidford died at Ills home in Jackson on the Istli, 74 years He WO horn in Jackson, his fatlu-r having located there in 1810, He was a Harvard graduate. His wife and tin hlldren survive him. Two mule belonging to Oitorle Randolph of Scot) county nlc soma I'aris groan which had bead bought to pul mi the potato plants, with Ihe result Hint they both died. 1 hey Were v alued at Q00, St. Louis Live Stock Market. faPMOlAL RaVOgSl National Btooh Vania, III., May IM, utile r ipts :i,ikk). Tandency oi trade quite active todajr. Batch er stuff anil j;imii st-'i-rs davsloped a tOc to i.'ie advauce with jpajsteraay or tin- elose ot last week. All othei claaae ol rsttle steady for tin- ilu. imil week. Proapect spstw favor-ahh- enough t warrant Sblppinv either tills or the follnwini; Week. Top steers io day 1096, Hog receipts rf,uO0, Tlu-r- wai no change in tin- market :: j i ims, hut tl llder-prlced were weak li .ie lower Top 7.75; hulk 7::fi In $l.n. If your hogs sr ready, i lleve it would in- n good Idea to lei them corns. si p receipt 3,800. For tbe goon! grades ol dock, marks) w as active anil strong, hut weak 00 others. Ruyer discriminating very strongly for grass) and bolf-fat kinds. Bpmig lamb topped at 9UM. with bulk ol the good kinds B,5o 0 so, Reel eiipped lamb fsj.76. Price range is very wide fm other grades. Cat ewes brOUglll 15.40, With Illllk of the good one J.V."i to 15.38. Ruck 14, X V I II IV VI. I. in i: Sl.HK ( .IM. II THE LOCAL MARKET MM. torix I lOUl l''u Meal Until Hlitd Kf.-! ... n.ty ? Ion Irtfti loUitot i HMM v a, . , , iTrjrtBtl ( rtickt fens " Hull. I a. aasos ri. bard fe.. I ifsliuia t salt v tibi ll'lliei .... 41 . IIAK1.A Sriaat. N, p. a roi . oa CAPITAL STOCK I 6U 000. OC Surplus uinl profit 150,000 'III i i h aeaoraJ nunkinn saS Ki- etisusi' lnml-iii. 3 tntsri-si phi n tin deposit. BarS saiai bur Isr7 in tut FMelltv Hml CSNUMltT I'.... of N.V Dtpssttaty 0 (Bounty Pund. C0LLKT10NI t IPKLSLTT . - UIKHtn-ORS - - - Peter OlassiOg, W. V. Doss, W. K. Laog, W. at. J. 1-.. Klsiu, M. V. Caj-ce. A. J. Esrart, Harlan. Mississippi River BonneTerre Railway, THE BHDPrr LINE irtweeM St. Louis AM D jad Fields SOUTHEAffTISBOURi. I II ft now lr j MALARIA headache, biliousness, in digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use Thedford's" Black-Draught! the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. . H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says : I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, 1 tried Thed ford'f, Black-Draught, and now 1 feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells It, in 25 cent packages. Insist on Thedford's PHOTOS Portrait and View Specialist, FARMINGTON, HO. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Electric R. R. Time Tahle. Between rsrnUagton and Vint Hivnr. 9un1aj -in ta; hXlf.pl - mi) RPPpI j;iIi SumUf 1 ni Xi'f. t -IM. Oil) 1 K -iiriilin Bnlwffln Fim-.tf.::1 n ami F'-dpriil Hill Kxr:r( Manual All rarmtiisti -n 1 rispt -.iii-l. i turrla) ono How to Get to and from Farmiugton. From tin- North vm St Louis. i'o r-.,ei. rarotinaios rou .-an ns i-tthar one of Hie Toll, wlllu' rtntt M It All I It., -I l-uve s Umh i : " in I m .net ii I- iii . rrltrtn si i irtn Ingtoti orsi t if- ritlwaj Iromriot ltlvr ill I.- .1 f .ni l - p, in. " Krl-eo .II..I Illinois Soullieni IO,.- si, Louis iii -. a n. . . irrri nasi Faimteitun over eieen i latlHO) f mm Kaiber s i i Wn, in Iron Hi untatn- a ii. I A i itacillr p, in. Lav st Loot hi l Mo j m. ttnutiiKui hmuins- i allarai fioai mtjistus .it ' Ion ov.-i I.' .".sniel From the South. Iron Mountain via HiMMroh ad i' Ut Al rtve Rt hi nil htftct.i (tvt'i I'll ra w ij :tr 1.' n .in 1 p, 111. h..i : . 1 uinl HIIikiI Houtlii MlHiiiMH k - i riVHUt Km nhijftOfl nv tr e iuiiwii) rrrmi KsttMrai i m p m fkMHii Btoinebol Iron i . Kti mi itwi -11 -iir fhTlitc rnliWiM Mfl.U-"-';- ;lt I it. in . Hint p. tn Kfiafeo and 1 iimojM oatnffffl rla it vlrve . 1 tw tit 1 1, " : kv.'i . nillivtit rrm Kathfi at 1 -' i . ut II Vlll Ire M live Iron To Reach 81 Loui- I 1 lie r Vein run no o, follow 1 ii v hour rttSer . tin- Illinois -ouriiern ami I- rlfjQ. t.eai' i uni innii.n i-vi r electric rallsraj to milisr at I it p. m. . srrtvUis la St. Lost m .-, n, M II. .1 It. T. Leave r-iirmlnuton over toctrlc mllWBjr to Flat uiver nt ; i a in ad 1:17 p. , arriviaataat. MMttiat iim ii. nt. mi. I IH, i in. Iron Mountain t.- n i - Km m'nst1 iver .-tei-ill.' lUtlw:,,- io IMLSMUS it ami I in , :irplvliiK in s,. j.oul ltt IJ 7 p, in , OWIi Milu yaut buUditxp brirht Sprtnai. W.hiT. th bst a. id moat amettiicalp4iitl lor ybu to uh. Sue' win urns pajmt, , fMfW, the paint that eprta4i IsVttlfSt, wtvt lonitcni . iiok best. MatIc of purest miUrUk. A rtni if (rir TUn ol food paint mjakinf UMnd h. Sherwin-Williams w www w v Mr wwmwwm if " nOXU McCarthy 'Umber ACod. Co., Plume 283t rarmiaatoB Mo. dd0 ! ARaintiN 1 1 SI H IP .1. H. JOHNHON. FARMINGTON Undertaking and Embalming Co., UNDERTAKERS OF FUNERALS. Sjajcial attention service day or night. trivet) OrriUE PHONE 2A8. .TOI I .! Farmiugton, : : j ROBERT TETLEY J 'FARMINGRON. MO t Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, j 8ilver and Plated Organs. Musical Sewing Machines Watches and Clocks Oak Hill Stock Farm In service, season of 1912, CHIEF'S KING 3769 Tin- BIOS I fashionable brctl snddle stnllimi in Missouri. By Bmetald Chief 1 dan by MontgotnsryOhief, champion hi World's Pair 1904. Ubisl'i King's 1st, 2d, iil sod 4tli ilums in nil registwed, ami nil up to tbe "th ware saddle tiiHrer-; Kth datn Ihoroagbbred. En what other .stallion will you find nuc-h breed mg! Individually In- is ns trood as his breeding. His first crop ol colts in Missouri 'me dow arriving, and they all show the "Chief" style, oolor, speed and action. Why not breed to tbe bestf $15.00 to insure a oolt. Address OAK HILL STOCK FARM, De Soto, Mo., R. F. D. No. 2 Farm One Mile west of Vineland. Place Your in monuments' to be and you will be 1 want them. delivered un.- (if vou sattttfactory isonable prices monuments Call ..I- let FARMINGTON MRb t L SPSUGH, P. FARMINGTON, II. STAM DVI-R, Cat President, liier. St. Francois County Bank Post Office opK,siiv i FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, Banking Business. Insured ngainul bnrglsrj This:- ihe Bank with the Bavluft Drpitrlnieiit t uteres! paid on Tine Deposit. directors: SWINK. W.T. S. J, TBTLBV. TIto.s II RTAst. I, i: I. St. MOKRI8, Established 1887. FELIX O. POSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Fl.t RW.r. Missouri traetleln all courts, nfflce lit Hie ors-ra House BttlKtlOf. imes pqea Ml, nat BlTr. itesiiteiiee PkoB hi. FaraUaaton. DR. EMIL HERWIG, SPECIALIST Diseases of tin- Digestive Organs, NerTulis Diseases. Hours: '.-to H:SSa. mi to laif. Kaeepi suaaaya. I ItoOlll tfi, llenlt liull.llnK. Farmlntton. Mo UK. E I. HORTON. FASfHINQTOS, MSS0UR1. irllcs hi alairs in llnllei A I j,n .- RullrllnK. 'p.ione So. HH. OWEN A. SMITH M. D EYE AND EAR. AT FARMINOTON I'ufsa.lsT, Thurailajr sail RsturdkV. OSlr, lo . Rnblnaon'a Uuildins. AT FLAT RIVR M. .relay -. .. i.. i., . and Friday DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN, ..fminirtotf, : Missouri offlcr In ttealty Uulldlna. irrfCK riiONK: ; Rismssoa'PaosK No.T7 NO. Ut I j. m. rn.-s. to (embalming. rum il Klnwers furnished when desired. RESIDENCE PHONE 1ST. Ac I X ?8. : Missouri. JEWELRY CO., Ware. Instruments, and Attachments. Cleaned and Repaired. Orders Now tlii oprinf; and sum- then beinsf erected when in anv us call. material and at MARBLE WORKS MISSOURI . B. swiNK. Vice Prasldaot IBJLDINO HcCORoUCK, oas'tCash'r. RAILS B I. MORRL- Hf. RBLB9R. DR. 3 R. DOWNING, -s.. P"TiIClAIN AND SURGEO KAnMIMiTON . mi. 'irtlrf iii tire Leon-Hotter liulldtnit. l-tiono IM. Uomilsnen P-no&a nt. C. A TETLEY DENTIST FARMING T ON, MISS0UI Office in Realty Udg,, Suite No. 6. Pnoas 75. EDWARD A. ROZIER, iTTORNEY AT LAW I' A KM IN (HON, MlSSOVI Vv I l.L prai'ilrc In ail Iho DaattSal It our:, as-'imce in I'.eaiiv Hulldln h. b. ledbetter Attorney -at-law Farminqon Miaaouei. C Pacta 1 atteatioa t.1 1'roliate ancl iniuranci " llualness. otllcatn Bank of rarmlnato Sid M. H MARK! KY. W. I.. HKNHI.KY MARBURY V HENSLEY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW FarailaKtaa Klaaamrl win practice In all thr courts of tbastatt urtlrf Lurmlnston Mercantile Co. nidx DR.J. W. BRAHAM RESIDENT DENTIST, j Wr-ua on, 3atXo Ai.i klmla nf dntal operations wlthtlic I ateat suit molt opproroil appltor.cci and : matho.ls. All wort guaranteed to it'rt at I sfactlon. aar oBtee at refineries. Final Settlement. Notice Is lierrlo nivcn tlisr tli un-lr Mgoad, oeoatorol rue estate of i ATtUUtlM fcUUOO, lur-it. will make nam seirieuient ot sunt estatii nt Hie next term ol Hie l-nilsitw i mrt ot St from ols county, Missouri, to lie n.-Kini uinl held In tliei .nirr Houm-n K-iiiiiiiiKion. in BM county, on the i-roinl M .udoy in July . lIJ. KKHBILL pipkin, Kseeator, June '. ' : ; Final Settlement. it Ice Ik tUSNbf fteetl thai the aaOST Isoed. QrataUtrstorof th,. tstat or W'II.i.iam HOBTON, Pin. efl, will make final seiih-ni.-i.i ot il l .-state t tin- next tuim ol the ProSaie i nun ol t r mnrols count , Missouri, to In- i,.-un and held at the court house In I ui in:uton. In said county, on the second Monday In July. mix. WILLIAM II rtOBTOM, tdss'i Jus -i, nu'j. Trustee's Sale Under Deed of Trust. H-.-fault liavlai lieen muile In the puvutent of the note mentioned in nnd secured y th -l. e.l or trust executed l,y I.. M . Thompson un. I h u s. Thompson, his wu,-, to the un Scrnsaea a trustee, dated tb list day of AUfllft, fStrf, and reconle.l ill psare l4 In liook 71, of the records of the omen of tl'e li.-cnrdcr or In-eds fi.r Hie county nt .St rrancols and state or Missouri, NOTION Is hereby stypn that 1. tbe said trustee, at the ii-.iuestof the owner mid legal holder oi aid not, and in accordance with the pro vl -Ions ol Mid de-. I or trust, will proceed to ell tn propertjr aad real estate .i.-scriin- i In ."old deed of trust, as follow, to wit All of forty feet idTm the NUthWel lid 0 lOI Ml. dve (5) , hlock No lour I , I i.h-nw.Kid Park, iurnilimioii. Mo . ami twenty leot off of the northwest lUlc of '-I No. tour Hi . of hlock No. four in i .i-uh oo.I lurk. Karmlngtnn, v.i. hnvins a totl Ironlime of stxiy (.ki) feet on the north side of ( oluii'hlu street, and exi.-nillni.- hock u depth of ISO feet anil Inches, nor . -. i.. an an,.)-, and Mac in th county of hi. f rancour and Stat ol Missouri ;alo th foi IowIiik shares of stock In the furiiilnKton kqullabls iiuii.iiuK i.oun Association, iris: I. IluirM, Nuinlwr it. series , at putii:,- venilue for cash to the hlL.lu.sl .in,, l...u, 1.1.1. il.-i ut tin- south front door or in.. i-i..n I louse iii the eiiy of I-arinliiKion , counts of si. Francois, .Missouri, on Saturday, the 15th Day ol Juno A. D. 1912, l.etween nine o'clock a. in. and five o'clock p. ill. of that day. for tin- unloose or stilt,. frrag satd note, interest mi.! fines, also cost i wueuiuuj mis trust il. W . II1.LI.I K. Trustee. I oriiilnston. Mo., May '.'I, l-.'Ii. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, tin- Roanjf Real Batata & Mini UK Company of 'the city of St. liuis anil State of Missouri, by Its cer tain iletil of trust, dated the Blahth las ol BaptSMbar, A. D, lyo-s, tilcil for rec- DM in the other of the Recorder of Deeils within SBu for St. l-'raneois coun tv, in the State of Missouri, on the niiitli -lav of Bentetmber. laefl. m fhr.-e I'doek sad ten iinnuu, p. in., anil was lull recorded ill said ntlice in IhhiIc in for recording; deeds of trust. i n.ite in. at I'armiiiKtoii, St. I-'rsncois count-, in ml State, conveyed to Koscoc II. Jones s trustee, the following described real Mat, situate. lying and licing in the unit-, of si. Praacois, in the state ,,f Mitiouri, wit: firttl The southwest qoartai of Ihe uortbiut quarter of taction ten iu toera .ship thirty-seven north, range four cist, Containing forty acres. Second: The ea-t fractional half of the soath east fractional quarter of sec tion ten, township thirty seven north, range four east, containing acres. Third: All of the west half of the southeast quarter and the northeast juarlcr 0 the southwest quarter of sec lion ten township thirty , seven north, range foui east, lying within the lioun daries of the Antoiuc PrattC Mirvev No. .1371, containing one hundred sod twaa ty acres. Fourth: The southwest nuattcr of the southwest quarter of section eleven, township thirty-seven north, range four east, containing forty acres, except the following: Tun acres conveyed hv Marshall Potieev and wife tn Star. Smiih bv deed lote-l tlciohcr :i. 18TO. recorded in Uiok T. oaua 1st. tt-t f in acre convcve.l In Marshal! in....v and wife to Joi n Khmc, b deed dated June S. iVSo. recorded in book T, page 502; and three acres more or less con veyed b) Marshall Kotigc mil wife to .Mrs. Stephen Ii. llautia. Iiy deed dated the l8th da of March. 1SS1, .,d re corded in book x, p.,gr w, asesntiaa the arfec right of the vmthucst ipi ,r ter of the - intbwesl qoaiter of section eleven, township thirty seven north, range lour et; also cxr'cpniig a strip I ground joo (eel wide.om of the seat fractional half uf the soiithe.isi fraction Si quarter of , lion ten, township thir ty seven norili. range four east, running parallel to and adjoining the said souta W quarter of the southwest qaortar Of section eleven, township ihirti s-:veii north, range four east, commencing .V feet west of the southwest corner of the said southwest quarter of Ihe south west qllrtr of section eleven, town Ship tbirli seven north, range four east; thence running northwardl, and para! IttiO the ue.-t line of Mid last named section 1 (jj feet to a point v feel west of and parallel to the west' line of said southwest i)Uartcr ol the southwest qoarter ol section tleraa, township thirty-seven north, range four cast. Which deed of trust wjs gneo to se cure the payment of ceitnin promissory note hi said deed 01 trust full de scribed; and whereas 11 provided in said deed of trust that in case of default 111 the payment of any of said notes whether principal or interest, for 1 space of twenty days after it becomes due and puyuble by its terms, then all of said notes shall become due and pay able at once: by the provisions of said deed of trust, default has been made in the payment of all of said notes and they are now past due and payable anil unpaid. Now therefore, (, the uiidcrsicii.-il trustee, pursuant to the power in me vested by said deed uf trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said prom issory notes, will, at the south front door of the Court House ot Karmington in the county of St. Francois, State of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and j o'clock in the afternoon, on SATURDAY, JfNIi 1, ,,,,, proceed to sell said real estate, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the said promissory notes with accrued interest thereon and the cost of executing this trust, to the highest bidder for cash in hand ROtCOH B. JONJSS, Trustee. May 9, 191 1. Coal Oil all drains leading to cess pools heavily. Kill the mosquitoes in this way.