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Famiinqton Time
AND HERALD,
Two Prosperous Firms Incorporate
rumitHMK'ing witli the New Yv
two ion
Millie 1
nutwilU
i hi inatanu
hetiif Th g
Her
Arms will cetM tu lie partnership
THURSDAY, JANL'AHY :, 1908 I firm and become incorporated mr
der tin- laws of Missouri. Tin
"" Brin which siuue IH82 has been
etablisbed Parminirton I Hownrd Hlaseoboihain, i.
Washington i v Mb
11 r III Kill
Farminfton limes Println. Co
tl 00 a Your in Alli um i.
inn- II UTAH,
I'llt ItUKM
t 'f 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' - I I U I . -
Tllim I) IFIHHKH
UOII I 1 1 I l.i -
i. i; .I'liii-in' r
i- mill 'I pens.
known a I (leasing ft Bn
will hereafter be known na tui
Pnrtnington Milling Company,
Incorporated, Btook t" the
i it it i n 1 1 1 nt titiv thousand dollars
I has been iMned, divided among
i In- following persons: John (lies
'"''" ; ling, Charles (towing and C, II
I (Messing, The Uiessing Bros,
; IlllVf ( V 1 1 -. t :il t attention tu litis
liotli was lint brother'
ml her prn I mm
W Cnnnirighstn orton
n v u Mob mails Mini
Mi-. ci!i' m in- reshlen
oust ureoi. .li ItTR
home Momln) iitgbl ii
mnrrUge to Attend a ptn
artiveil nt In-i (lii-nil - n
a eat i IllffO aw ailing her.
I u:.- driven in the
IimI, where sho uii i M
.Mr. Fisher hat been confined to ineas and economy buill up two tiuli wbore tin
i i i ...:.i ;.. . 1. 1.. i TIiiimi. I Inrov tiiillins nronerl ica thai iip- n weie in urn .1
in- I" " mu grip "in - .
credit in their euergiei and tin' lo-
'STY ALMS UOl'SK.
oalily.
I. AMI A HUH.
Kor man) yeara some of the con Tin-now letter-beads nt' lang
ditiona existing in the Ht. Frnnnois & Uro. nnnonncei thai the old
county iilnin bouse Imvr Lmjcii a die- firm baa been succeeded by Lang
grace to oar people. These were & Bro, Mfg, and Mer. Co The
snt'h that one might say "it Ibis he I older members of tin' Lang fmnil.i
t In' charity of yoat Cbristiau and j came in this town looking for eat
civilized community, deliver melploymenl nt their trade, thai ol
County Court Procecdi
from thai oaawty,
li ii a oanse for eougri
that iitiiuiitf our eitiaeua t
Inten awakened greater interest i
the caring for this nnfortuual
claas and thai there now exist
healthy public sentiment in beha!
of in it k 1 1 1 it H model institutim
The present county conrl has don
much i" lietter uonditions, it ho
ordered new equipment and a hcl
ter oversight ol the iumatei
blacksmiths and wagon makers,
iimi Last week they were doly incorpo
has rated uuder the laws ol Missouri
in foi uiie hundred tbousaud dollars,
mite i yfas n fitting il t in :i x tu their
s a I years of effort, honesty and atten
half Hon to business. The stock is di
still farther i
theaa should me
port of every oi
i me of the i
thingi done was
the r nt sessii
moving the five
State Hospital
Number l , Th
nil concerned ar
for the advnn
made and shouli
nil other steps
make our Aims
stitution
up
i in ii i up nun in i i u memiii
Lang family,
SOUTHEAST NEWS
lion iimi Seoll eonniloi
ion mi local option.
ii llessling ns run neof by
train ami killed la-i Wednosili
ui ante
III, h
tarried in Wi
llle banner now luu a
haml- tin M) I UK ll
i klowii people,
ui iimi
mended
I Will ti'llll
NEWS IN BRIEF
CITY COUNCIL PROCEF.DINI
Statement of the City's Financial (
d itton Read Other Important
Business Tr.msOuted
tur-Louis
A Irani ut nineteen en
keys was shinned out ol
me day laal week,
Wiissui litis- contracted with del
Urns. i'u. of New York t'ity to
I .oon.ooo pounds of mean lieel I
be shipped to ttnssia al once.
(leneral James I (street, al the
age of BU years, the laal of the
rauking Lieutenant leuernls of i he
Mexican War, died Hatnrdny, Jan
uary 2nd.
The total railwu) mileage of Ihc
I nited States on Jannnr Isl . Illo-I
waa 209,H,"5 miles, ol which 6.72JI
null's have been constructed during
the paat year
In Christian county n woman Iris
sued for divorce on the (round
Unit her husband is In and does
mil hint; lull sit nroilUll home nil
day and sing, "Lcl the VVomeu do
the Work."
HSx-Congressman and Attornc)
John M. Ulover, formetly ol Mis
sonri, iimi until recently attorney
fur the striking miners in ('ripple
break. Col., resisted arrest by the
State Militia of Colorado mul wits
wonnded in 'lie arm mul lodged in
jail.
The linn manufacturers of Ohio,
Indiana and Michigan are forming
themselves lulu ii trust with u cap
ital Htoek of 112,000,000. The
combination of these several com
oerni will he the means of con
trolling almost the entire output
"f lime in this country.
Mrs. Catherine MoVey died al
her home in I tanville, III . Di m
her 20, nt the aire of 104 yeara,
She was paatry cook si the Dan
ville hotel when Abraham Lincoln
stayed there. Her husband died
'J.'i yeara ago and since that time
it is suitl she never went to bed
bnt always alepl in a chair Hoi
death was unexpected
The editor of the Ozark County
Times, was recently married to
Miss Roods Wood. In the last
issue of his paper he says : Some
of our subscribers think tlmi be
came we married n Miss Wood,
thai we have nil the wood we need
this winter, hut they have the
wrong conception of things. We
have plenty of Wood nt home bul
we utill need wood at the office.
Please bring us In a few loads.
On December 21 it was announced
that several European powers will
bring diplomacy to hear upon Co
lombia in order to prevent war he
tween that country and the United
States, and tlmt several foreign
powers have already taken the first
step in that direction hy Informing
(ieucrul Beyea, through their rep
resentatives nt Washington, of the
futility of any attempt hy Colom
bia to retake Panama, it baa bean
made clear that Colombia cannot
expect sympathy from the Euro
pean powers in any movement she
may make in Panama whieh would
tend to involve her in war with
the inited States.
I. "HI..
bill r'rensel, a nloon keeot
(jirsrdean, shot ami killed
; , ( lui-iina- night, in -i 1 1 - ilt-f
. Miloon koojior elaiuis.
' I him -iv i inn - ha- Kdlln
I Ake ni the Irontnn Kegister
in- roaders "A Merry Chrlsii
llsppy New Vosr "
I in' Southeast Mlwoorl I''
imr) ii, la nail 10,
II M. u bltoner, proprietor ut t
Alliance null ai t'redei loktoM n, pi
enieil cacli f his omployea itl
j..!' nil nil-re Christmas.
Mcthoi
In N:t
shier uf
i, an c v nil
li-t Confer
lor, Klplej
Hank
if N:i
I'll II I
Attoi
in. ii,'
K. It.
Popls
a proiuineni
was ciii lotei
it loi nej
n( em-
l.enl.,
t Bluff,
bczslcnieni s lc dsy tif.'n sad sci
lenced by Judge Kurt to three rest
liuprlnoniuont in the pealtontlsry,
County Farm for Sale
The County Cmirl will receive Iml
for the County Farm "f SSO aeros, on
'ruc.nlny ihc saeond day of February
Term of the County uoort. Terms
caah, but one half purehiiie price can
be line) from the County BOQOOl food
at i er cent, tbc ("ourt reserves Hie
right to reject any ami all bids. Hy
order of the County Court.
J A. I.AWIIKNCK.
Counlv Clerk
Perry i
In' connn
i- In hi' ii
ami n
South
lint) s tteu I'luirt linu-i' lull
ieed in the eariv surinfl 1 1
' inn ri the must COWmodiouii
idem buildings uf tbc kind in
:i-l Ultsourl,
,r,
d
h . Mltehlm, t lis newspspei
utheast Mlssoari, aoai owns
pen, si loiiows: in-
Pre--. Clayton Argon, Pleilnionl
nor sod ihc Itlsnarek Hun.
pi
The 8
at Cape
loaded n
I III' r
obarged,
lv. .
year-old sos ol Win i'ayloi
Qirardeaa, was handling a
volrer mi the It4th uii , when
,iun w soeidentall) ili--killina
the boy nlm-i Initbul
li seems lo be an assured tact now
thai tin uleottlo railroad will be bulli
from t ape Olrardoau to the oounty
ost, Jackson, Tho itoekholdoni met
st the ('ape Tuesday of last wook sad
soled tu issue beads in the sum ol
1800,000 (or t tie ooBStruotton t the
mail.
At s meeting of the exeootlve com
mittee of the Boutbessl Missouri Press
Association, held in Charleston on
Man, lay of last week, il wn- dooidod
in imlil a meeting ol theassoeiatlon on
Friday and Saturday, March ith and
Oth, 1904, mul an Interesting program
will bo announced later, Bismarck
iv si selected as tin- nlsoe ol meeting.
it is reported on pretty good au
thority that Marion Wllkerson of Ivist
Prairie lias oleansd Dp a good thing
on the coitoii markot, Aooordlng to
our infoi mat ion lasi Baturday be was
nearly 30,000 abssd, and standing tu
clean op 160,000 within a tow days
The OottOU market for several week-
has been offering oiiorlunilics for In
vestment for profits out of ibu ordin
ary. Charleston Enterprise.
Doniphan, Bipley county, is the one
town in Mis-oiiri that has music three
Limes a day. An enterprising mechan
ical genius of that town has Invented a
steam whistle upon which be plays
most anything, from Yankee Doodle to
Near My Qod lo Thee. Horning, noon
ami night as sure as Ihc times arrive,
Ibis steam calliope blasts forth its wel
come strains. A representative ol tin
Department Of Publication of Ihc Mis
souri World's Fair Commission, who
is colluding material for the volume
being written by Waller Williams, was
in Doniphan recently ami was treated
to "Home, Sweet Home," for break
fast; "Kcod Thou He" for dinner, anil
"I'm t'p Against the Ileal Thing
Now" for supper.
By her mairiage on December .'10
10 Aqtiilla Cole of Potaai, Mo., Miss
I M I'l
" M, Pipkin "ii w at
" wat.'i license
" tapping watei ma
" sunilrv license
telephone francln
Total receipts tojannarj
lonni to contingent fund
to interest fund
i,i aittkiuu fiiiet
Amount in Treasury Jul) i, inoi
Amount received from neiiural Intel
Amount oncers' snlariei
City Clerk's lei
" Kent mayoi 's n
Stock pound
Ninlu watchms
' Water commisi
KXCnNlllTt
til , -lit 1 1
Wi
lai
Rtectri
Labor,
Cowl
s
I.l C.
M
C.rav
r wort
rintlii
ml
M.
p. Wi
and criminal costs
Uahi lee Co
oai, material, water wo
etiiiK watir works
ne .V Inmea. , nntrael
fkctler-Bendit, balance on c
ansen, for uoutketler
i-e. ouildiuK crossini
'1, macadam, riprap, labor
Sewer pipe
11 Insurance on IraltdiltB and holll
" Rdftbllsbing street elevations
j W. Byrnss Belting Co
" Telephone, rent, watei works
" Prftttiag, pUblisttlng and blank
" Atltttn Neioert, bnrsing pauper.
" Pnatage, telephone, snrry, wale
Amount In Treason
Tu amount in Treaaur) fanuarj i 1904
tSfTOnasY i't-n kt
Amount in Treasury July 1,1004
Amount received frees general load
Total received to January I. ii 'I .
SXPSSMVI IlK
SSaoanl paM W. n. Taylor, intomsl nn imnds, Dae.
ilalauc in Xraasurj Janoarjr i.i - i .
amoanl In Treasury January i cm
it Santa strep,
Amount in Trvasurj July i. woa
MMMlvwd from intarasl on BepoaUi
ii,,ceiv,',i Hum lonaral lead
SJSSMSBI IS fNaaana January I. I'.H
U ATKII WIIIIKS la
Amoant In Tn-aur Jul I. IMS
set. 11, law, amount iml,l Hpraallnii .v jamas
ttaStl SUM 'l L. Asm 111 . Clerk.
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No Cocaine I
No (ias !
riodern Dentistry !
Painless Dentistry!
WITHOUT PAIN...
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ft.
7
E. P. Bender,
irirtion Dentist.
ELM WOOD SEMINARY
FARM I NO ! O.N. MISSOURI.
A Firat-Claaii. School for Young Ladies.
SPRING TERM OI'INS JANU1RY M.
tril Free
of s and
. .$5.00
. . . 5.00
"th ... . 5.00
75c. and up.
ractctl PRBK
I'laU a ; i r
tiered,
i nc
I I s
IftNUARY 13,
n 23, 1004.
DR.
11 fine
A
to
Word
the Public.
thai
publ
hi. 1 k
all tl
1 Bhi
to li
w Vear, I desire to
r. frientls ;mii cuato
utl ronajfe during the
nj! huameas indicated
business please fche
tinuance of il patron
been m endeavor ti
lying .-til tin' wants of
ne, and in the future
1 ' bring this stupe up
(lateness. 1 shall be
step n ith the liberal
i has been extended
ir thi Ni w Yr.ir, I run
11
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LAA KM AX,
DRl UUIS1 . Farmineton Mo.
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REDUCTION
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liscount E
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as t!u I
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;ased to 1
hrotiifh.
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nun IllllliniiiitiiiF
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II ,'. D V I
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URPLUS S4 5000
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O n 2 Co mm oner
tjhc Ircir7n in fit v n &imes
F or a XOhvlK Jcur Call Here.
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utnn t'tittlk
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FLEMING,
DES100E
Ollicc in
REALTY
BUILDING.
Telephone No. 71.
rielii
STRACTERS,
!AL ESTATE,
' 1URANCE and
LOAN AGENTS,
i
m in own nanus nting,
n i it I'uis I ISO ( ii ,
SprloffleM, Mo.
I Farmiagton St. Francois County, Mo. fi
ami
I II,. hoose traill hi Join v ri
iml n ntlj owiic l tiy ' P. V:
bornsil ?hnrd ij'. There w is 40i
snranoe on U tiniMleg Mr
son,' (f was jtJQO
Mr- s.iin RSybr retarned In
two woeks 'Isit st Moxleo,
Sum met Iiim i' limine I'err.'i u
llHI rei 'il'iie.l Ol e.iiir.e li I vv i
euilh -
ELVINS.
REAL BARGAINS IN
CLOTHING.
This is not HOT AIR, but, an ACTUAL SAV
ING TO YOU of Money. A genuine cut on the
" oods named below :
I Men's Oven-oats 80.00, Now $10.50 Ladies' Jackets 118.00, (fow $9.60
Men's Ovcmiats I'i.ik). Now 12.50 Ladies' Jackets 10.00, Now 8.m
j Men's Ovowoats ... . 12 -"o. Now 10.00 Ladies' Jackota H.tio, Now (..')0
I Men's overcoats 10.00, Now H.rh Ladies' Jackets 7.50, Row i.(K)
I Men's Overcoats. .. . 8.00, Now 8,0 Ladies' Jackets 6.00rNow r.(H)
Men's Overcoats. .. . 7.50, Now 6.60 Ladies' Jackets -".(Mi, Now 4.00
Mi Mae vviitisws i Wi iioiiry , r(, mftfce tbese extra ovj prices in order to close out al) the above
Knob l.lok lust veik.
Oeo' tlow'ii Mfts ill Severn I Atjt
Inn week linrtag onosjhl cold while in
St. Louis.
Ln.lies ol the My-lie. Cire.le fare,
leap vear party Janoirf l'. 1904, i
, hml n lerse sttendanee
Bee, Mr t'nliuei tell- at III. il iii a '
goodi before January 1st.
COLE & NIXON,
hevl FARHINOTON, - .MISSOURI.
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