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j. ii. HHirn, Notary PtiMlc O. W. iri.KKCK, KiHiulnur .nn! TUN mi ! Abstracter. SMITH, BLEEOK & 00. Abstracts, Qui Abstract Bocks are Complete to Date. Insurance, Boom 18, 14, is, Beatlty Bid., Real Estate, fauminuton, mo Loans. 'Phona 187. Farmington Tirncs THURSDAY, .IAN. 16, 1901, COUNTY OFFICERS. mm,' Sana tor J. U. Bbadlbv BaarMntatlv Jk Dbubub Prualdlna Judas fo. Uourt . c. t. teuoos i "mi) Judge Mm niitriet . j. a. iraoti Bounty Judge N ml IllltrlCt. .AU.BS Mil. I Judge ..( ll-nliati).. 0. O. NAVtosi Otork I iiirutt uourt J. .'. WlbUAMi CMMfe Uountji r.wrt. J A. Lswbbnci Uollectoi Kuan k BIOBAStiSOS rrauurei . J. UMM shfiiit ii m. uoam FroMcullnn llto y ... .B II. Ikuvii AiMrns.tr .Kn BVIBOVOS count)- surveyor it. I., ash-bi DUIIWI I. A. I. Lvass liBuol iinlssloiicr A II. Ahs COURTS I lid I I. UOBB1 .1 I'. FOX. Jllds Hwi-ou.l Moli.lii)-. I i Slu) and KuVMMKf i ol M li 1)1 1:1 Flnt Sonde?! III Kol.rim ry , Mn uiusi BUS Vivciuis-r FKOhATI I ul HI H Hd Molnliiys 111 Jun urr.'j'. April, Jul! BOB OittntMif CHURCHES. PBBSBVVSBIAS HV R. 1 IIIOMBi I'as lor Peseehlni isundai bkmhIbb aaa svea lux, Bands) Mclioolat B'BO s.tili-.M'u H. it mi. is . suiwrlntsndant. I'rayaf iu.-etiitu II idaSSda) HI MtBB mktihuu-i RPmoomLi Hiii tw Bit, w. j. Hava, im.i ii rnwHiiinn sveef sunday nsarBlns sad HVMUisi itanrtaj aenoot at n H u nl , Mmuiii.i. I'lests . sii...rliiiiiiiiliit . I'l).'i ojsatlng ')t-iy BSdBOSdSJ uvtuilllK Mkruiilil-l KWICOrAL ttBV . W. It. Ml -I'oKMitk. 1'itst.ti I 'I rur hi lot VTtfJI sanaay iii'.iiiinu and avcnlnsi Hondaf Bfttmrl ut n .m . in . in vr. i miiot, Hupartataad't. prayer ataatlaa every WeAneseBysvaaBaB. ItAi'i im r UKV. J, li. WATSOg, lnstor Ktaai Blag i iad aad fourth fwadayi esch in.. niii. movntns aad evenlns. erases ataatlaa every w ednesday sveBhsg. un in HtImmiI ut ii in ii in , Mk. .Jo, is Mason, aaaartBjaiMMM at uaainTiAM i in it. ii i-i.i. it m TALaaaT. Pastor ri . .i. iiini- t vi-rj saaday i n Bra. hi mi. i i du p iii. sonde) sehnol every Huiaiay nl n at. n a swiBB.Bnpsr mil. mi. -iii i r .i . even iwbbbi evaa lag hi 7 ..'.I... k UMwvoB prayar nMsstfee ut t H o'clock i.i maaAM Rat i. Bobi-iibo, Pastes - iTi'iii'iiiiii: i-vrry suiiiiuy niiiralai asaaB4 Hie r. mill. ratatfliltRl attai cRavuli. rATiini.i. i:ii FATitaa YboaiBT, faaMaal prl 1 tinss evary aaaday axnapt IfM i in o'cjoch , rataciiiiai mata day ut i at, Haraog'ii Nov Hbat sturc, Throe ilnorii oal nl I'oal onicc. OrawbarrkM l KMn Brooct Co. Martin, yoiii beal pnolngrapbM. New Murkraul at Klein Grata ('ii. Good niaplc yrui ni Klein (traoar Co. Tallo) leada In PxqoMUi daaigM in jeiveli v In I I. Koiih returned Satarda) (yaffa st IhiIi. ('urn re per nan ut Farmington Maraaajilto i ''. Hi K, (' MoConiiek U in St. Lajajli in iHiatnaaa. Get your - 1 1 -'iifaKc At Aulwn'i Cily Meal Marital A bran ana lol nl line rjoeauaweM lit Klein ItriNMU ( ii Mi w I Coasan nl Klvint wai in lliis fit v lu-t Wodiiialaj Knr fee.i nt till kimN. tee Mel ur niii k, Hprnll A Co. Mi. John I' Baalon ni Knob Met h id. in to n I ueada) . I'liniie Hd, Klein llrooef Co , fur gaeoliM iiml noal nil. Mr Stiinnel I. Aslniry iiii lui Bundajf in Itnnne Terra. Mr. A .1 I'n i le nl BUmarek ipelri Tueaday In Karmingioii I'liy etvsh lin your meal at Aulu'ii'i. mill got 6 per ecttt diaeowrt. Phone NO, City Meat Market, of ytmi neali ami yegeteMei. Mr. .1. It. linrks mill lantllj kpenl Wadoeaduy in Flat Uiver. Mr. Goy Caatieman m' l'ntosi wa in Farmington iant Ratarday. AiiIhCii keeps llie Im'sI gros in loatl nt Um l ily Meat Market. Mis Mary MyoTH oi Ironlon viiiled Mrs 0, .1 May berry iat work. Mr. Daniel liueU retnrneil Mon da Irooi avlail to Van llnron. Mr I'. B. MorrU Ol FbU Uiver was here lait Stilntilay on bnatneal. Canvas hnini ami baeotM always mi baiMl nl Aoteen'i City Meat Market. Horn. Monday, Jaanary ISA, 1908, to the wile nl Siinire K. C. Tucker, a sun. I'lain ami Mlfriiing book -w beal tlnur mill paitoakc Hour at Klein (irncer Co. Miss MaU Micks i vuMlag Mm fneephlnr Van Heck ol Doe Knn ihii week . Good Moond- hand cook stove lor nlu at a bargain. Apply lo W. A. Cloud. Horn, Monday .1 miliary l '-'th, 1U0H, In the wife ol 1'. I.. Hunt ol Da l.amius, n win. Mr. Bdward A Woelk, npecial toll agent nf thn Hell Telephone Company, in in town. MoCormick, Sprott A Co. always have nu hand a full ami fresh line of gnu eriea. You don't know how handaome ar tiolea of jewelry can be until you nee Tctley' Una. Mm. W. I.. IliighcH nf Klvim died last week ol conrntuplion. she was in her llfliclh year. Mm. Chaa lllackwell of St. Lonii in visiting bur parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B- Murpby. Fine clothing, good shnes, knd lad styles in hats at MoCormloR, Spmtt A Co'a. Mrs s. C. Ortcn, iiiiw nl K.irgn, Nortb Daknia, renews her inbfortptloii tn THR TlMRS. Don't fail tn call anil learn prices at our clearing sale. Ktiriningtnn Mercantile I lo, An effort will ! made in reproduce King lolonoo'i Temple at Lbc World'a Fair in St. Loull. Highest market price paid lof corn, onl 8 mnl all klndl nf produoo at Mf Cnriniek, Bprotl & Co't. Vou will liml a eboloe line nf under wpr for geatlemen ami lad lei at Mo Coiajikak, Bprotl Co't. Mestrs. John I. llurku anil l.ou Hunt were in Ste. QeaOTlOTC the lir-l ol this wei'k mi boalneaa. All kinds nf tall gnnils, Canton flan nels, flannelettes mnl tlros jr. .ml- ut MeCoraaiok, Sprott A Co'e. Mr J. A. l'arkct, master meohanle nl the Central Lead Co., attended Court here on la-i M'edneiuay, F.arl Cbndift, who spent the holi day! witii relative here, returned i" his bone in Sedalia last SucdRJ Mine Inspector GOO, K. Willi mis was in Jeffetaon City last week attend ing the opening ill the Leglilaturc For shoes, liats, cap-, glares mil clothing yon ihuold see MoOetniick, Sprntt A- Coa, stuck before yo.i buy. Mr. ami Mrs Frank Itobinson nf Irondale viiiled their parent-, Mr. and Mrs .1. V. Veargain -il thll City, last w eok . Knr Kent Six-room bouse with gotiil 1 1:1 r ii , Bloat tn public Mhool nn north side of town. Apply Inl'ipklllAl Swink Mm. .1. II Rider of Cape Girardeau, who has been visiting Mr-. Ill It. Smith, returned In her Inline I i-l Toeadajr. Wanted An imnesi woman who can iln washing mnl ironing is wanted at once at Mr M W Huffs, Doaa addition. Mi-- Kali' F orator will leave Mon day lor li two weeks stay in Jefferson City with Mi- Kdward I Kvonole .( Potoel. Mrs u s. Kahn returned Tuesday Irani Irondale and st Louie, where she ha- been rleiliUg Irlendl ami rela tives. A ineak thiol entered the unite ol Mr. Fleming laal Friday while the doctor was at -upper ami appropriated an overcoat . Flil. It. M. Talberl ;i- ilek laal Sunday ami unable tn mi in- pi - in the pulpit We arc pleased In learn ibui he is iinw bettor. Miss Carrie Tullook ul lllsmxrek, who bns been visiting whb Judge J. s. Clay mid Mr o .1 Mayborry, rc Inrned home on Monday If you want a nice gold, silrer or any other kind nl watch, at the ktWOBl prices, cither ladles' or gentlemen's, go lo Tetley'1 Jewelry store (lenerl William Booth, commander uf the Salvation Army, was in St Louia Siimlny ami ilellier.nl three ail dresses at the Olympic Theater Loaf list Monday night, ai Marker! pood, a lady's small gold watch anil chain. Five dollars reward will he piu. i lor its return tn Miss Ora Vear galn Mrs. John Rrjaaell nf Itetlview is here the guests nf Mrs. IV. T. Halle, and will make arrangement" In place her twn daughter! in Klmwood Semi nary. lierng has a complete line nl School Shoes, ami invites you to call anil ex amine his good- mnl learn his prices before making purchases fur your chihlrcn. Mr. and Mrs, J. I.. Moore ul Ceai- niercc were nl Dr. J. I,. Haw's last week, mi account ol the serioii- illness ol their little daughter. Martha, who is much hotter. It is reported Irom Washington thai another navnl scniutal i immiueiit ami charges bsTO lieen BMdfl against each other by ltear Admiral RfBBJ ami Paymaster lienernl Kenncy. The granitoid walks atOBjBjd Carter I'lanc are nlmiist linishcil The streets have nl... i been laid nut anil altogether Carter Place will make one nl the handsomest residence portiniiR of the eUy. . - - Mr. Kobert llassell of New York is in town nt the Hollis Hunsc in the in terest nf the Tabard Inn which is lo be established here. Anyone interest ed in the matter can seo him at the hotel. No matter what you may need in the Shoo line, you can be supplied at ilcrzog's. His stock is large, well assorted and sclccleil with a care lor the needs of all. His prices are right and will please you. Mr. E. K. Trickey, manager for W. A. Kaaon 4 Co, cotraclors on the .Southern Missouri railway, was in Karmingtou lait Saturday, visiting hip daughter, Miss Kalhcrino Trickey of the Elmwood Seminary. See our Queen Quality ihoes for ladies nice fit and good service. MoCormick, Sprott & Co. -adoqo xjnd pins NOJ 'gxaois nntoipi jnoX joj iax,JV nmre Sv.3 BBJI oi 09 A Good Collection Collector Kichni'dmiti ill forme in thai during the month of Decembet lie collected $."i7,K71,4.'l in ciinetit tnx".s, bentdei b.829,51 in licen ea nml Other tuxes, mitkingu tutnl foi Unit month of 159,700,94. Thu Bxoeodi the BolledtioDB at the sunn month in 1901 little over 000. Passing of the Fair Grounds Within n few tlitys the lust ves tige of the ulil (air -groundi will have beau removed. Thn amphi theatre is being torn down and taken off and the other buildiiigti Brill Boon disappear. Not many montha will havepaaaed before tin old hill will be crowned with mod ern resiliences. The New County Court. The reoeuMj elected county ciitirt, consiiting of Prenitling Jndge C. T. Tnllock and Juelinee John A. Sprott mnl Allen Hill, met in the countv olerk't offlot1 on Tneadav morning and were sworn in, The court nt once entered upon the transaction of buBinoen coming up before ihi.s special lenn, The full proceeding! will 1 o pub lishe.l in this paper next wi ck The Sunshineis The members of the Sunshine Society will meet ut Mrs Oilic May berry's on Saturday aftemnon, Jan. 1 7th, nt two o'eloek. Any mie interested in the work will be cordially welcomed. Owing in illness in .Mrs. Iliill" family, the sunshine eolmnu Is missing this week There is n lovely letter for the Juniors from Mrs. Banmhoff of St. Iiottis. superintendenl of the .liin- lor work. First Patient From This County The first patient sent to Htale Hospital No. -1 from this conoty in Beth II Fuller nf Blvins, who was adjudged inaanc by the County Uonrf on Tuesda) afternoon. This makes the second patient scut to the Asylum, the Brsl being Mi.s Roaie laenman of St. (lonnrieve, who arrived there lust Saturday afternoon. The asylum is now in full running order tnul is ready tn receive patients, The commissary departmenl is filled with nil of the neoesaary food aud clothing and n largi initiilii r of the attendants are mi hand. Electric Railway Progressing The first rails laid on the electric railway were put down on lu-t Wednesday morning al the IKtLas sus terminus and by Saturday the steel cr sr bad almoaf reached the gravel road, just west of the old toll gale. The spikes used tn fasten the rails to the lies gave out on .Mi 11 it lav nnu utiriiier the lm -off I be spike drivers took oucasioil Iii strike for higher wages. However the mutter was adjusted without trouble. Two wacon loads of spikes were scclireil from I lie Southern Missouri railwaj on Tuesday ami work progressed us usual Eloped and Were Married Mr. Winnel Simtna, a stock holder in the Farmington Mercan tile Co., and Miss Lulu Spaugh, duugbter ol Mr, Prank Spaugh, drove to Plat River last Sunday ami wen- married there in the Bap tist Church thai evening bj Rev. s. ', Montgomery of Doe Run, .Miss Anna He (Iratit accompanied them. They procured the marriage license from Depot Clerk Wilkson on Staurday evening. From Plat River the couple went to St. Louis ami remained there until rVednes dav, then they left for Little li k. Ark. They will make Little Rock their lioinc and Mr. Simms will take a position I here us telegraph operator. Carleton College Prospering. The enrollment of Carleton Col lege Inst week exeeeded the total enrollment uf the w hole of last year by four, nml this will be consider ably increased bj the beginning of I he spring term, which opens Mlire.ll Jil, when touchers' review classes w ill lie (might . The golden jubilee furnishing plan for the college is progressing nicely. The furnishing of twenty four rooms hns been Subscribed, which practically insures the re furnishing of the dormitory before the close of the present school year, which begins the fiftieth or golden jubilee year of this popular South east Missouri eduoational institu tion. Transfers in livery Barns. Mai berry ,V Qigbley closed a ilea! Monday by which they be Bants owners of Mr. John L. Min t-ill's Livery Stable north ol the Public Square, The new owners began moving all of their bones nml buggies nml table parapher nalia nariy Tuesday morning from their old stable to the new quar tan. The reason for the purchase was the recent sale, by the Hraitn heirs, of the whole of the Braun property on which the old stable was local nil. Mayberry oi High - ley nisi) bought all of the horses and buggies belonging to Mr. Mnrrill. The old livery stable will lie con verted into n mule barn nml one carload of mnlsB Ims already nr- rived. The prettiest mid best line of lumps iu town at the Klein 'irncer Co. John T. Korister, an oightoen-ycar-ohl youth of Itonnc Terrn, was arraing cd before Justice Abe Herod Tuesday, Jan. i' 1I1, on the charge of stealing seven pairs of harness He plead guilty to the charge and was given 10 days in jail and fined 91 and costs on each count, making a total of seventy days in jail and (7 and costs. Foristcr w:ls nrrcsted two weeks ago Inst Monday and the harness was discovered on the following Tuesday in nu old sink-hole near Scttlelnwn. It was identilieil mid returned lo ill rightful owner. PROSPtCTIVE SALE OF MINING PROPERTY, Bonne Terre and Doe Run Properties Possibly to be Purchased by the Guggenheim.! MAY AFFECT SOUTHERN MISSOURI Pol lowing closely upon the heels "I the rumored sale of the Donne Terre Sy, to t In- iron Mountain system, comes the prospective plir chase of the whole of the Bonne Terre mining properties by the Ouggehenim interests. Not only is this tale current rumor, biitcerluin transactions have taken plane of late which, in the view of present conditions, cause the report to. seem probable. 1 fuleaa this hitler sale were eon teraplated the former sale of the railroad was assuredly not a wise policy. The relaxing of the con trol uf a railroad by a com twn y en gaged in milling operations would be us fool-hunlv us killing- the goose which laid the golden eggs. I he supremacy which the Standard Oil Company gained over larger oil ooneerus was due almoaf entire ly to the arrangements for cheap traffic rates made with the railroad eompaniea. We understand that the payment on all lenses formerly made to the Due linn Company are uow being made to the Bonne Terre Panning and Cattle Company, other in dications that point to n movement bringing the Bonne Terre and Doe Run companies into one organisa tion are plentiful. Mr. Guggen heim has recent) made a visit to all the h ad properties of the Flal lin r district. From nil of these movements one ai two things is acrtain to be the outcome; either the Bonue Terre properties, of which the Hoe Run property is a part, have been sold or lire in pro- ' nt sale to the Quggenheitns, or else ;i fflBMIltlC ineiioo' nf :i number ol Lead Belt interests is contemplated, with the view of eventually embracing the National and Central plants. The consum mation of this merger has been rumored at .several different times in the past, but at no time have tin indications been so dear as now. Tin pooling of these interests would be a terriffle blow to the Southern Missouri Railroad, as ii is c.-itiiin 111 thai event that the Bonue Terre road won Id handle all the traffic for the merger. Appeal for the Starving. Pabminoton, Mo., Jax'y. 18. Kditor ok The Timks i Tin New York Christian Her ald calls upon all Christians mnl lovem of mankind to send in In to the Pinlnndera, who are starving becnuse of failure of crops for two years and the blasting of their opes in the returns from their shing. These are Qod's provi dences, Let our hearts respond t" their needs. Money sent to me will in- mailed to the christian Herald, and the names of givers will be printed ia the Herald and in our town papers. Let our hearts open when we realise Ilia! thousand of children besides thous ands ol men mid women, iiolcil for their love of liod and gentle Chris tian lives an dying of starvation. Mus. ifnu. V. Williams. Golden Wedding. Mi nml Mrs, .lames It. Davis colc- braled tho Rflletb anniversary of their wadding si their borne In this city on last Wednesday, the 7ih inst. Until reoontly Ihey have lived on a farm in the lead bolt, but when ii baoanis known thai the land Lore mineral, Mr. Davil sold out lor a neat sum ami re moved lo Farmington, where he pur chased n beautiful little cottage in the western inbvrbs. In I bom have been born twelve Children, .if whom lis arc living. They are, Mis Prentlsa Blrlns of Rlvlns, Mrs F.. "ii. lleddeok ol California, aad Mi-.- Corn Davis of Farmington ; Mr. Alonxo S. Ilavll of Faruiiuglon, ami Msssri. John F, mnl Thomas I. Davis of California. New Engine and Dynsmo. The new engine ami dynamo fur the electric light plant w hich have been la DpLaaSB! for SOUM time have been brought to tow n and are being placed in the engine room of the plant. The new boiler is also here and will be put in iu n very few days. Several months ago the Don tract was let for the poles, bat n- yet they have not arrived and much lime has bSM lost. Ail nf the wire for re-wiring the city is on hands and as soon us 1 he poles are procur able work will begin. Mrs. Battle Counts, wife tt Marion Counts, died at her home in Flat Rivet last .Sunday, the 1 lib inst., age.l -'J years. She was n daughter of the late Doss Horn, who lived near Chest nut ridge, ami the body was taken there for interment on Monday. Ilo thtea her BPSban1 she lenves a liltlc dunghil l seven days old. I.iltle Claude Vernon Autoinc, tho MVBU-motltb-oM child of Mr. anil Mrs. 8. J. Autoinc of Doc Itun, died there on Tuesday, Jan. Sth. The funeral services were held at the home of the pureuls 1111 the following Wednesday, liev. W R. McCormick of Farmington conducted the ceremony. Mrs. O. J. Mayberry and Mrs. Kolu-coa McMullin of F'urminglon were present. ' wri Throughout our Entire Line of Ladies' and Misses' Jackets- in cluding every style presented. NCI All ! d&V' I VERCDATS We Must A Big Surplus Stock means extra induce ments to purchasers. Grand Leader FARMINGTt N. M . Robbed Doc Meyers Room A man giving his name as John Bender was discovered by Doc Meyers in his room over Riokus iV .Meyers' saloon, on last Saturday evening about 7 o'clock When Meyers looked in the door he saw Bondei piling up a number of clothes nu the Hour preparatory to stealing them. Mayers entered t ) room and grappled with the man ami finally knocked him down By that time John Jerrold's had arrived on the scene and together they suoeeeded in Bubduing him. It seems that Bender had been in Meyers' rooty on Friday and stolen n ring and watch and some old coins. He tried to sell the ring to several persons, but could not find a purchaser He was ar raigned before the Cm-nit Court on Tuesday, plead guilty and was sentenced to two years in the peni tentiary Btrayed from the mining range, s year old past steer, labeled "P. V. Ashbura" in left ear. Finder will please inform 1 s Boy by postal card addressed to bun at Ksther, Mo, .inn. F Flower's residence in Farm ington i- oompleted. Tho larolly will leave limine Telle for Farmington ill the noal future. All circle In Bonne Terre exceedingly regret the departure oi ihii highly esteemed family. Tho) cany with them lac boat wish- and highest regards of the best people in Bonne Terra. Sim CLEARING SALE F.vory dollar's worth nf Winter (. I- must go iu oilier lo make room for um Spring -toek bargain! In each depsrtnumt. Fauminuton MMOaXUMi Co. Two Farms for Sale The undersigned has two good farms in Washington Count) lor side One Bontalna I OS acres, BO in oolivstioii, balance in timber, all under fence; new 1-story 10-room house, good water ami well Improved; 1 mile north ol Caledonia. Tho other 300 Boras, iL'.r lo oaltinatioa; 60 sons bottom land, modern Improvements, and plenty of water : I miles norheast "I Cale donia. Terms easy Address KOBRRT C. Sl.iiAN, Caledonia, Mo Produce Market. Win 'I, I IW outs 411 mm on Kloui V US II so, k It SB Mum now an Bars ion s m in nu Irish potatoes B 711 Sweet POtalO I .H MnUaa. hushd 1 004. 1 -jr. Onions I i llrled Apples UT', Onlekanawa m Krjrlns- Chickens M ns hulls v 1101 'in Batter; a is' lleans v liusliel I mat so Bacon a tma i7'; Ijinl V a 1 laiinw v ni BOtBttaOi Molasses salt r MB I s H-efwaxva JO lira At The Ten Pen Alleys. The Flat Uiver bowling alleys I were opened on last Saturday evening with two match games, the first one between the ladies of Hoe itun. Mrs. Caatieman, Miss Kntc liialiain and Mis. J. V. Bnham, all of Farmington, rolled with the Hoc Hun ladies. The second ganic was between the Doe U mi Buckeyes and the Farmington team. The alleys were in excel lent condition and arc as good as any in the oonnty. A usual the Bnckeves took two out of three games nml in the last game rolled the exceptionally high score of 803. Following arc the scutes of both games: baoiasi 1st ?iul 3rd Total Av. Mrs Itlooni IS6 ISO i.V) 195 in'i Mis. Marshall no us ijj 389 iV, Mrs. Craves PS u.s OS tys 9j Mrs. Bourgeois ag i".i si" son 96K Mrs.Dr Graves H3 12.1 107 ,vi4 11B7S 54.1 57" 5s IBM Mm. Caatieman 1 1 1 itg ys. y,n mis Mrs. Clements no 13s 153 iw i.u' l Mrs. Oillespie j 100 7" tag v -' .Miss tiro ham h 104 7.1 2O1 S7 Mrs. Brabam is hj 113 iny 106 5M 55.1 5"7 IMS PABattsrOTOH isl jntl -,rd total BV. llinckwcll llurks Braaning tsenman Mai- .160 Igj 305 530 173V4 IgB Igo 15" .15s ISWI 59 IJS --bt .l-'l I4C 153 143 Igj 449 I49?.i 1.15 152 IJB 43.1 lt 745 7.14 795 nor: BUM: isi 2nd inl total at Oillespie ,163 151 17s 4'is its Colli era..- 133 197 mo 4w 1 j. B. Oravea .130 155 14S 429 1 1 ; SCfantnerman... 15s 112 116 4B3 161 P, 1' Q ravel 193 us 151 4.12 i471, 77" 715 S'M Transfers in Real Estate Filed f.u record during lw week' Budiag Saturday January 10th Fur-ui-bcd by Bmltll, Bleeok & Co , Ah lira ot era. Frsah K Cbty in Jessie 1. Kaion, ;! 77 sore! in see. 6, twp. 3f), range 4 : oonaideraliiui if.")"". c .1 Klokua and wife to John I!. Murphy 1 is sores in iwlion II and Hf.04 BOKS ill section H, both in twp US, range ii ; consideration Bti&UU Rlls F. Kmerson to Mary K. High Icy, loi 1 , block J, w m P Don ion. oad addition to Farmington ; cmiild era! ion 9400 c (J Bryan nml wife to a If. Bryan, undivided i- nl -M" sores iu survey number TJ. ooniiderntlou lisoo W'. 1 Cratohei mill wgo lo Hannah sykes, loi S, lihiok 8, Bettleion; eon sidci alion j-1 no Martha Chsmborlain and husband in Bamuol P. Janninga, lot .'."1 in Boyce! addition to Farmington; con sideration 9900. Martin Montgomery soil wife to Dei logo Consolidated Lend Co., part ol north Brest 1 1 Of ninth wc-t ' j -ci-lo, tup. an, range 1. aonlalning in acres; sonildoratlon 9760. Cohtmbai llcan ami wile lo Dm loge Consolidated Lead Co., 490 sores iu sectioi 16, twp. Rii, range 1 1 con sideration 917,096 w 11. Morris I" Oseai Btarko, part uf section in, twp. 96, raags 6; 00a Idorailon 996 IllllllllllllllltlltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllH'l 1854 1903 E I ATTENTION TEACHERS. 1 I During the Siring Term Si 5 C.-irlel-oi i.'oll.-g' .bcgiiining M m b 7Z 190,1, Teachers' Review Classes I will be taught. 11 you want to I E take examination tor certffleateai I take this review . Pot lerins mid Catalogues I address : l)K J S MIKACII i Parmington, Mo, E iallllilllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllllllillllE RGBT1 TETLLY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware Oi Emm. Xiio. Sewing Machines and - Attachments! Pn iiiliislt.it, 1VJ . .- yyATOIIKS AMI CI OOKS . . . . . . 0LKAMKII AN 1 1 RKI'AIIU I LANG BRO. MANI KAI.TI Itl llS 111'-. WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS, 1 ANIi DRALRBS IN P'arm Machinery, Lumber, feo. Ban w'oi'K anii tiik soi Niu tar hatb- s MBA OI'AIIANTI.I 11 H.B Ledbetter, INSURANCE. H'iltEI, TORNADO, I'LiATi: OIjAS an" AOCIDBNT, Best Companies Represented. Oifice in McCormick Building. avsa, s 5n.e Tailors' Suits are Looking Seedy about Now, But Gierke's are not! However, you need a little variety. A new suit or ,- new pair of trottsiTs, cttt in Ihi' latest pattern.-, will relieve the aameaeM of your old suit. We ran ahow vou gone ex ceptionally fetching patterns in suitings anil trouaeringa, and while you arc in let us show you some Spring Samples. w J. F. PUTTMAN. Merchant Taj lob, lias just received his Fail ami Winter stock of Piece G la and Samples, embracing -" CORONA- TI( N " Gooda and all tl ic most at tractive and dressy patterns. lie invites you lo cnii mul esaaiiBo then!, rare Unit vou will be pleased; ami iii work, style mul in he goarantooa iierfecl SBtisfaolion II;- prices will be found Ulnal rcn-onable West Side- I'ublic Square, Parmington, Ho. .. ,s CLA I , Attorm r nt I., I it Soli QLAY, BUCK k Offlea in REALTY KUIL0IN0. rahwboae No. LOAN AGENTS, Farmington, St r"'rutM.0js Counly, Mo. .. HERMAN TRAUERIMICHT, MERCHANT TAILOR FARMINGTON, MO. Oarrietl a tine lino of Piece Goods and Larue Assortment of Samples lor Smtiiu.s and Overcoats from which to order. W ork mul Style Guaranteed First Class. Prices Satisfactory, CloitninK and Repairing Neatly Done. CITY DRUG STORE, C. W. GROVER, Manager- s 1. x 'urtwv Vuhlic Sittinfv, I'KKSCIITIONtS xr i OT rni lirtAln : 01. riiANuuid uuuniy mm. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000 SURPLUS, $10,000. I A' 1 HAIlf. Pros'l J M. MORRIS. Vire Pn'l I. I- CovFR Csihiai Inn n Ktutritl bonkinu twiinct tnlertfi nl rnu .' ' nil . i siv months time if.yii.Mi-. .'.' t-31 per Cent on 12 month turn- 7.sir. nih'IX'TOKS: " ' " ' """.iii- . w i li hi. i m MORKIS .I A( OH I I 11 A t A I.I. BINDS ' iBgFARM IU I'l.KMKN r :i BPECIAI.TY riRTICLBS or HOUSBHOI.0 OOVVBNIRNIII au kinds ofSporting MupiJIe Bruahos, Peather I lusters, Hrontna, Toys, Novelties, Kle, PAItMINdTON, .M Farmington -n- Nurseries -PAkniNoioN, no PA. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietor. 1,000,000 Fruit Trees for Fall Mini Spring" do, Best Varieties for this Cli&a.ate. Apple, reach, I'nnr, Plum, Chcrrj . a pi inol . Qnlnoo, Qooae berries, Inrranla, Haspberries, Black berries. Strawberries, Mrabai b, Asparagas, Parties wishing in put out orchards will he given the benefit of my long year's experience in selection of varieties suited to locality, etc. Plant Cherry trees, Shade trees, Gooseberries an Rhubarb now. Sali Yard Opposite Mayberry & HijrMev's Livery Stable. Telephone No. 148. P GIERSE, YOUR TAILOR. Sottin Vnblk FLEMING, ABSTRACTERS. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and v - vv Farmington, Mo. A Bl'KCIAUTY -. ) s-trtssainr-is nsnu I r,. r.. -nt... s i i i, i, i si , i i, II. I SWINB l .1 Hardware It s, shrub-, Shade Tiet" Kle . Kle. Prices Reasonable.