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THE DEED
is good evidenoe of ownership as rar aa il goes,
but did it ever occur to you bow short thai
"far" in? A way back loroewhere beforyon
ever owned the land, there MA v liB a flaw in
the title. Making an abstraol llnda those Raws,
it there are any, ami if there are none, yon are
CERTAIN of that fact.
WE ARE ABSTRACT EXPERTS,
Hut we do not chssga fancy prices for oui
cost of a rightly-made Abstract in very
narad with the assurance it-
would let us come to you. or you come to as, we 1
very likely interest you further In this metier.
SMITH, BLEECK & CO.,
-armington Times
THl'llSDAY, JANUARY
1904
COUNTY OFFICERS.
itete enetor
lapresentetlvo
rrMldlne Juds Oo, uourl
.mint JiniK" Mrel Wstrlcl
1.. Ilium i i
J. o: In ski. is
T. Tl i.i.ih k
.1 sraoi i
.nun) Judas aeeoad Wstrlcl
ludss ot Probate '
.M.I.I s II M. I
O. NaTlOMI
. Wll.l.l HI-
Ih rk circuit I ourt
tterl Ooenti I oert
petleetof
ffaesuror
Uteris
ProMcutlns Attornsf
taasaaor
bounty surveyor
'urnMi-r
tpli" it i .unuiisrtli iner
J.
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ask RicHaaoaoa
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II M Ml in in
II . M Mint "
K'l HtlSi.ToN
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UK A I . Kl S"
II Akin-
COURTS
in. m. i wm -.) ii !"'. Judas
Becond
goadara i 1 i and Kovemtiei
,,,isr, cm in rirft atondajri inPenrua.
, Hay Mmuui a'"1 Novemlior.
Peuaata i a, id Uoniiays in jun
,iiD . vprll. Jul and imantxM
CHURCHES.
Pill. sill I I III t- llev. I..
tin Preaching sunder '
tea; annua) hoot at a
H mi. . auiierlntandanl
llli
r
nine and nvan
a m.. we. M.
Prayer meeting
Died tar evening
IBTMOIIISI l.el-i ol'AI . '" 1 a
jt.si.iN. fnetor- Iteerhlna e
in .i iiinw and avenlne; Hunda)
III v I. II
r) Mundaj
aetitiol al
V SI .1
M t nun i I'o uis . KuiMtrinianueni
I1 rarer meellna averj "i -
w ednewiet
M l1 l.il-.u o B It Ml
'obok. Iaitnr Hreaehlna iHindnj
BMMmlaa and evenlnai aundai aehrait bi
.in a in .in k Klllnt. Hunartntand I
Prave Una every
HixWewiai eTnm
Uai nil lt: s . I
PrMwhlna even itundaj
in 1 1 mh'. faator
. Btornlna i""1 "V
niim Prayer meetlna ",, r Wed
ulna surxlai I hi "ni ni .
Hlay
i. .i
HAvnKBBV, supertntanden!
ijaanmaa cniiacin
-uii.iar aeUool -very aunday .it la aa a at
J...MU, Hupartntendenl i' . 1
vary Sunday evening at u wo'eUie
U ruaaag atav 1. 1. Bon" l'"1
Preaching every Bunda) raornlng exeepl
in,, tuurtli; ralerlilgn altar church
I ,111"! I '
Hi ! tiui.ii I.... n i . reamem
ptltiie Ma--
Mo'chick . cat
try HunoBJ eacn wrei "'
Itlam Mrae dBV BI - at.
Heir...!.''- Now Shoe SI ,
1'hree doora aaal ol Pual UfAoa.
Km I .'o4 eakandani go Ui lolij
ah Hie wleai bo aUlionary
Pelty'a,
Mi- Mnrl A M all- llB I"
(iiiite
ill with the grip,
liei jruni Ireah aauaagi' al A"1
City Meal Market
Ha Vend Merits! lias lasOII illllll
II
fm -everal Week.
Canvas ham- and baoona alwaya nn
hMlil at Ant-en's CIlJ Meal Market
pay ca-h fm ) meal al Aul-en -
and nut i '- pot dhawHint.
Cartel Perklna "f si Uonui vlaltod
rolallvea ami Irlonda here Ibia week.
tin to the City Meal Market for youi
eboioe ataake, roaata and pork ebopa
The
in llu'
vlneod
I argent
i-ilv : c
line nl writing tablcta
ill ami eeo and be non
B. M
Laakman
I ks, i
ledger, jonrnab
unl hooka, ottab
hooka at IVIty's.
day
Mink
anil
Mill
Uenieuiltei I be tiroal Cbming-ool
Sale of Holiday Qomla al The Fair lor
the next HO days.
Aaajaal Hemmelgarr ol M Lonla
is visiting Mr. (loorge Heraogand oth
cr relative-, tlii- week.
Mrs. Martin L. Clardy and hot
daughter Virginia returnoil Bnnday In
their Inline in St. bottia.
Joe Weber has been inailc one ol
the Jofferaon fluarda on the World'
Knir Hr nl He wanl on dot) laal
week.
Crepe paper lo oiose out t
cents pel roll ,
i; M. baakman.
Miss Plorenoa Betton al Cape ii
rardeau was the gnesi ol Misses Nel
lie and Baaakl Johnson lasl week.
Mm. V. A. Clood, who has bean
vlaltlng her Intbar, Mr William Mc
Dowell of Knoli blek, returned home
Bnnday,
Fine new line of hot water bags
Seasonable goods everyone guaran
teed K. M. baakman.
Mrs b. K. Jenkins lias rcluineil
from St. bonis where she has been j
visiting her parent- Mr. ami Mr- ;
George Clyde.
This largest line of writing tabletf
in tba city; call and sue an. I be OOn-
elnoed.
B. M. baakman.
20c.
"We arc "-'losing ottt
sUh-Ic of over 200 volume!
such authors as PicUens, I'hc. Scott, Long
fellow, Emerson, etc.
Telty's JVebLfs Stand.
20c 20c.
YOU HOLtD
Th
jit when
pnsncsioli
give, it
l: .in lit,
nty liuildlnv
Faroiiiislon. Missonri.
Pop com ;ii Kllcn's.
Bert Smith la la loa u.
All tin:
Pelty'i
Crepe
DCOlS IL't'
1 ile-t h nil,- :uiil . .!..!- nt
papei
oil.
to OHM
out -
Mi Laakniau
:i bnelneai trip
i ;
lii St
trover waili
i last week
Pino now line
Seasonable good
hi imi water bags
every one guaran-
lead.
Mr- Yancey ol
ing lirr brother ( !i
Charlie Dlemol
lling his aistci Mn
M l.
I II. Iliall.
Uuia
Samuel
i- rieit
Aibnry i- i-
lardsnn.
.I SI
1 1
bnub
ink Kb
Hr. W. g
t)as visiting
I-
l.i
.1
call and mh
ami lie con
Laakman
nnierue, wh
ilrcil Watti
M
Mi
A I
.1.
if
haa I n
ifitiug Mi-- Mil
HUM' I III -'I l .
rolurue,! Imi
Kiuc in "
Kcaaonablc
toed.
p of
l,l-l
led wute
vervnuc
I M
l.-cikinaii
Tuesday
Rbinoy lnng
Si Man '-. Kan
londlns M-li'ii'l.
Pbilip l'iikin hi
lioii aa n guard at St
epic
II '
I a HVI
pltal Ni
4.
Mlaa l. iur.i ' tverall, roccnlly
the Cbarleaton Knterprlse, hua
oepted a punliliiii mi ib Progreea.
the t'olebraiod Atnorillaa i
walai Hilly 1 1 eenls pnt lint l In,
.ill
K M ba
ikman
Kverytbl
dallluux
I '.a
I'M lllll
and 'l
ie ucvt I
Me
At
c
the fail In
daya
I In
wnlci
Ccltibrnted An
I ill:,
mh i I oont pel ii '
K M I
,u tkiiiau.
lot even
pulillabed
It) '-
mil - ,'i
.ei lot I
in i
I lieu
il ice-,
i l In
Ived
.,.
at Pi
l'.Cil
I'lll- pi
I M I.
knian.
ii 11.00,
Picture'
and Medallli
'l HOC go f,. l.l,
!Xt HO day-.
d writing tablet
-ee ami li I e ill
,M laakmaiii
nn uac L'hrlil
it The l
The Ii
III Ihe eh
ineed
I'll llll
ami
I
I an
We hue
ma- trade
t
bargain, a- e
gnu la inii-i go
llolidn
h A I It.
I III
il uale
I one
Pine new
Senaonablr
lead
line of h
K. M
Bd It
Uon in i
in.
b
-iueil hi- "
(Ilea ami will
entire lime to
I'
Hie f i il il o devoir I
ad writing DUBine
Arthur Ii. Vnllct
.In .1
al the home
Jauitar) 2nd,
of Ida paronia Sntunl i
of throat trouble lb
ol the A 1 1 I VY. I.
Motie Six lucniber
came ami tOonveyed
Fredei ioktoa n hei a
wai
nlge
a luombar
al Mine I. a
the lodge
remalna to
were inn lad
in I he I Intholll
CCIOOlCI)
The
water I
Colobral
nlv l' I eei
.1 Am irillaa
lollel
B M l.i ik man.
Hr. B r Bandar the painleas dentUt
of St. I.oui- will again I I the SI.
I Francola Hotel Jan. 18 to j;'. All
who wish platca made or crown ami
. Iiridgc work Ibia i-il call for iinpre--mil-
mil later than Jan I Hill BO work
can be Unlabed while ho i- here.
Crepe, paper-cent-
per roll.
-to
aloes on
M. baakma
B
Mis- Blla Baokmaa
naiahod leaching the
who baa just
French iiiag
-ehool, has been amploj
south ward public school.
J iii ihe
,l i-- Back-
man lake- Mi-- Anna Haw - place.
Miss Haw having taken the place lefl
i vacant bv the illneaa of Miss sue
I Walts.
bnsi Lady's gold watch, between
1 Merrill I'iiikin'- le-iilenee ami Cole ,V:
Nixon'- atore. On back of watol
were the Initials M. E, A. Findci
will please roturn in Tin Tina
olBCO "ml receive rc aril,
Doolor J. R. Vaogban of Kirk
wood, presiding older nl the Farm
inglnn District of the Methodist Bpla
copal church, Soul li, preached tin
Siiiuliiv evening sermon in the local
oburoh ami bebl quatinrly oonlcronoi
Monday mornlngt
20c.
at 20c
per volume a
Fiction, bv
if
Death of Mrs. Oryden and Son.
Mra Bird Taylor Dry den ami bei
oa, teyior uryucn, who wan
Uvea in the disastrous burning nf the
Iroquois Lheatre in Chicago on Deoem
bar 80, 1808, were burieil Irom ili'
Pennington Preaby lories Choroh on
I last Saturday, January 8, mot. The
remalna were interred In tba Maaooic
oametery, both In the tame grave and
! vault.
I hi' large congregation tlint had
gathered to partioipasa in the aervioaa
-how- the unlveraal aalaem In whloh
; the deoaaaed were hcbl in this ooro
I in it it it y mnl i he aympatby of all the
I people (or their Immediate family in
, ii- great bereavement. Tba aervioaa
ware very ifmple and baaed antlraij
upon the hope that eoniea through tba
I Scripture ami faith In t'liri-i that
: makea alive A male quartette eon
J -i-iing ol Meaars. Robert Forsyibo,
Theodore Forster, Wm. Harlan and
Dr. Klllott -any two bymna, "bead,
Kindl) Light," and "Aalaap in .ic
aus." Rev. c. B. Hlokok oondoeted
I he services.
i in Christiana day Mrs, Dryden bad
rooelved a volume o( poemi by Kiia
Wheeler Wilcox Over the poem
"Thai Hay" the bad written "My
l av irito." The poem WM read as a
part ol the service ami lunched every
.me praaeat, moving many to lean
ii revealed her love for the compan
ion of her Ufa ami eleo her supreme
faith In Clod The lust two stanza-
lollmv here:
in- will U" To K'i I- sweet, I wl-
.i.ii nni-i lue-.i- Invent anme iiieclal nn--
Vet
I
I
I
V
v
uink.' In- I'ariiill-.' - ii v.'iy dear
mil' wlui aoi'S ami leavi's the oilier lii-r..
seviT souls so iMiuuil in love nii.t lime,
i an one bul uod, woufd in' a crtute.
i death will entertain hla own, i thin .
In ..ni' will, stays lift' glvea tie- Kail i- h ...
l.i iiiii w iin iteya, or is u vou. or me,
There wait- the Harden ol Uetnaamane.
in . dark, Inevttaule end awful day ,
Whenoneofui maat sound ohe niust itay,
The following were the pall bearers
fm Mr. Drydeo i A T Nixon,
Will bang, Hr. F. L Keith, W. M
Harlan, J. B, Smith ami J, P, Cayce.
The pail bearers for Taylor Dryden
were Fielding MoCormaok, Kossuth
W eber, Ales Wilson, B. V. Conway,
ill lioaa ami Tom Bnrke
Mis Diyden was bom on January
20, I SOU ami waa married lo John
Dryden oo December 14, mim. she
waa a member ol the Farmlngton
Presbytorlan oburoh ami upon her fre
iueni iii- in Farmlngton after her
removal lo Chicago, aba contributed
in its aervioaa in ringing, poaseaaing s
vaioe of rare qualitiea,
Taylor Drydeo wea bom on Ooto
bor I, 1S!U. Tbere is BO family
more prominent than thai of Mr-.
Dryden in tba eonnty ami to thai fam
ily, Ihe heartfelt -vmpalhy of llu
whole community goes out at thli
time ol their great aonow.
Society Happenings of the Week
Werluesday evening a bowling pari)
waa indulged in liy a number of the
young people, and on the follow ing
evening were entertained by Mlasaa But
ma ami Kiln Baokttien at their home.
t'hoae present were Mi-scs Anna
Klein, May mo ami Anna Mangle, Fan
nie Tiv. Minnie UleasitlCi llarnelle
anil llu, Vairidn Mtrll.. hi. I M i
Oillespio, Minnie -gfeUaniol, Minnie
I iiiuii, Blla aid Bmnta Baokman;
Messrs. Will Overall, Will Lewis, Pink
ney Carol hers, Henry Fischer, Menu
Uiessing, lien llyington, Aug Monge,
Pere) Try. Cereon Woods ami Ah in
Booker.
Misa Nellie Datmora entertained a
few friends ai her borne last Wedoea
da) evening Those present ware :
Misses Florence Swlnk, Nellie Doss,
Mac Btroupe, Bath and Bdlth Halle,
Mattlemma Appleby, Mac Molfett,
I lorance ami Gertrude MeCormlek,
Irene Nixon, Louise Huff, Bobbie Pip
kin: Meaars. Will Doaa, Lacy Jennings,
Waller Detmers, Merrifleld fluff, Alex
ander ami Dobart Wilson, Philip Tip
kin, shirlcy Talbert, Bdward Barrotl,
' Conwav. Dude llraham and Mel-
iii n Smith.
Ml-- lit --It .i ilIN-i is KHTKRKAIMS.
Mi-- Baaala Johnson entertained
Jl'inilav evening in honor of Miss
lorcncc llillen of Cape liiraubau
l lu evenins wa- nleasaalh aponl in
lancing, after which luobOOO waa
seiveil those nre-eiit wore:
Mes-danics M. I'. Cavce, J. Paul
avce, Harry Bbaw; Mlaaea Adds
Cayee, Klsie Cayce, Myra Clardy,
Nellie llushiiig, Sue Leathers, Jess
spaugh, (iladys Kozier, Kale llraiinm,
Katherine Walde, Lose Boutb, Nellie
lobnaon; Messrs M P. Cayce, J
I Vint Cayce, Harry Shaw, Martin Linn
Clardy, Jr., J. Frederick (imild,
Waller lleiislev, I'rof. Cox, Dr. Dan-
I, Chester W'arseii, K. (1. GodsohaJHi
Win Harlan, Dr. Will Isciiman, Hurt
Walker, Waller Morris, James Morris,
Frank Weber, ltryan Forater, Fred
WilaOO, W. It. Hanson, u( St. Louis
Urldwoll Smith and Will Walde.
AT KMiWOOU IKMIaAHT.
Tiidav evanlna the ronng ladies ol
the TJmwood Seminary gave a de-
lishtful leap rear party, the fust ol
llu.' season, in t lie library of the in
Station. The following were pres
en! i
isea Robbie Pipkin, Irene Nixon
Hattiemma Appleby, Mac Crai
MolBlt, Florenee Swlnk, Nettie Del
mora, Mac Btroupe, Flore noa Mc
'ormtok, Alma Smith, T'lorcne
Lawrence, Mae TbomBS, Lmiise Huff
B. V. Conway, Philip Pipkin, Da
hart Wilson, Kmiue.tt Asbury, Fielding
McConnlok, 14. Barrotl, Fred sen
man, Bbirl 'Tnlhert, Ah x Wilsnn
Will I loss ami Merifiebl Huff.
Miss PIPKIN BRTBUTAIKS.
Miss ltobbic i'ipkin enlerlaiiied
few friends Mnndav evening with
SfUCb. Those present were:
Misses Mne Thomas, Malliciiim
Appleby, Mae MoffiU mid Irene Nixon
Bmmatl Aabury, Shiri Talbert, Alex
W'il-on, Fielding McConnick and Hill
i'ipkin.
Dr. w. H. May field of toe Mayfiel
Sanitarium, Si. Louis, camn down
the Karminglon Saniln-iinu Monday
lo perform several operations. Owing
to ihe patients not being ready he re
turned to St. Louis Tuesday with the
Intention Of coming again next week
Call at (irolock's and get a souvenir
None given to children.
THE HIGHER LIFE
"Pay That Which Thou Hath Vowed."
lev i.l. Iiiilkinl, rnsior m me ranning
ton lini'il-i nelllllh
Tliis is it tune to nakt vows mid
tui ni l'odiI resolutions. Some luivc
been made fur years. Now is a
good time t pay then and renew
them, You have made vows when
in sickness, trouble mid in sin.
Now is tile time to perform lintu
the Lord your vow. You have
protxiieed Qod as a Christian to
wulk uprightly, circumspectly be-
ore tin' world. To praise Him.
Do yon sing, pray or exhort' I m
your gifts mnl talents to Ills honor
mnl glory. Vim luivc promised to
ove Qod. "itv tbair fruits ye
ball know them." The love you
in ye toward oi. your aaviour,
must manifest itscit m a Hie t
true devotion und oonaeoration to
His service. 'The fruit of the
spirit is love, joy and peace,
oiig suffering, gentleness, good
ness, t ib i tii . meeaneea, nmperanoo,
iigninst such there is no law. is
this the fruitiige of your spirit mil
life in Christ! You promised Qod
when you weru in siu that if be for
( linst s sake would forgive your
sins anil blot out your Irmisgres
inns you would love him mid bear
this precious fraitagfe unto uim.
ic obligation to love God, to live
mnl h iul ii Christian life, to pro
mulgate Christianity is not binding
for a little while, hut through life.
warn von against breaking tins
... . i , i
vnw It lias already oeen mane
defer not to pay it." It is a pos
itive sin not to meet the obligations
t the gospel which you have taken
upon you i lie promises Between
husband and wife are 1 link'
through life. The relationship
Soatained between husband mnl
wife bring about the obligations
anil tin promises. The relation
on sustain as n Christian to Jesus
Christ is stronger than the tie ot
wedlock. You arc wedded to the
mill of I lod that taket BWB) siu,
that giveth life, thai maketb you
ail liiir nl 1 III llli M'l 11 1 1 T A . 1 on are
the bride of the bridegroom, who
otneth without sin unto salva
tion to receive you unto llimselt
Brethreu, lei us make this year the
must profitable year in the history
f our church. Lei n he ebarac-
teri.' il bv I'oiisei'i'ulion, united cr-
irts. increase of spiritnality, love
to i imi and men . And may tne
laiugs of heaven be our portion
this New Year.
The New Life.
v. i . K. iiiek.iv. I'asinr ol the Vanning
ton I'rc-ii) letiiin t'tmrch.
At this season of the year men
make good resolutions, uneu we
laugh at them, compare them to
pie crust'' ami say that they will
g broken in as many days as they
number. Bul these resolutions
have their value. They show that
iii by far the majority of men
then is a dissatisfaction with tln ir
present conditions and a desire forlterlstlc
licttcr lliiliL's than they DOSseSf
Hcin atli the mass of rubbish and
Blth and sinful habits of the soul
we lire sometimes surprised to find!
a sparkling gem. I do not believe
the Mauler ever treated lightly or
held ill scorn n single good resolu
tion of the weakest and lowliest
mining men.
fhe gn at mistake we make m
uir resolutions tor lienor things
ics in not recognizing the limita
tions ol our bum. in iiittitrc, T mm
the acorn, if it sprouts and grows.
we expect tile oak. Sowing wheat
we confidently expect to harvest
the same grain. A wild Bower
may be cultivated, becoming more
beautiful, but its general charac
ter remains the same ninl ueyonu
rtuin limitations, it oannol be
forced, BO thai which is horn ol
the Beah is liesh. We need the
afluence of a higher life to lift us
out ill that we now live. e can
become new creatures, only in
Ihriat Jesus. Then old things
pass away; all tilings iieeiune new.
In Christ the life is effected, tome-
imi's slowly, but none the less
ertainiy, the new man evolves.
We behold everything from the
higher view point Of the Master.
In the vallev of our humanity our
siun is limited, we see nothing
beyond the surrounding billa.
Upon the mountain peak of spir
itual life, there stretches before ns
tl broader nnd more beautiful pros
pect. In the valley our days arc
abort, tin darkness of night swift -
fulls. Upon the mountain we
are the linst to behold the day and
the hist to bid farewell to the de
parting sun. in self there is both
a narrow range of vision and lim
ited sphere of thought and leehiig
and living, in Christ tho possi
bilities of all lliings are limitless.
In him all our relations are changed
With God, with man and with self,
lu Him we become nnd are new
features, "old things have passed
away; licliold all tilings nave oe-
oome new."
Not Like the World.
Kcv Leonanl 11. Jenslns,
pestor
StlUtll.
rarwinfton h. m, unurcn.
He wlui reigns in the heart rules
the head and hand; therefore, said
Christ to some men who were ask
iiifr about the kingdom of God
"Behold the kingdom of (iod is
within you." Christ ia u king and
will hnve a kingdom, hut llis king
dom is not as the kingdoms of the
world, for lie ia not aa an earthly
kiuc. Other kinirs ask lirst for
tribute, lie asks lirst for the heart;
other kings appeal to the pride and
ambitions of their people, but Hi
the peerless among rulers, appeals
to tlie attei.tions ot His subjects
Load and ostentatious homage de
lights the ears of earth's best kings
but Christ snvs, "He that hath My
Coniniaiidineiits and keepeth them
he it is that loveth Me." And
since nfleetion is the test by which
Christ tries the loyalty of Ilia sub
jeets, so His love is the power that
plants His kingdom among men
Oilier kings use force, hut His force
is His love for men. Ho shows
first His affection nnd then asks
for ours. Alld 1 think we can go
when such love as His lends Unl
shall someone sa.v i
"An Meal "" sublime
Par tne low-bone akyol Tunc"
I hftpc thai no imi shall fl el so.
For my part, 1 feel that, "As dow
ers in a darksome place stretch for
ward to the light," so the '..mis of
men long for jnsl the kingdom thai
Christ promises. Brother, Christ's
kingdom i- for lh soul.- of men,
and before yon regrel it seriously
ask yourself ol your soul's needa,
In Memoriam.
We glance over the morning o ipei-
seannlng lbs terrible neoidnnia and
distressing -cene- thai g.i l i make up
the worlds hlstiiry. A (eellng ol aym
patby ebb- up in our heartf we ihon
now way, ao IrlanH nl oin- waa
stricken liui the distressing scene at
Chicago lasi Wednesday oomei homo
lo us, cover- the brighi holiday aoaaou
with a eliuiil end louobea F'ariuinirloii
verv closely One of hot daughters,!
dear, happy hearted, Bird Taylor Dry
den and har little eon Taylor Drydon,
were iiinoiie the vietima All Far-
mlnglon fell the shook ami mourned,
1 hey were laid ai rest here last Sat
urday. We oovcred theli cofllni wilh
flowers There eomea i" ua even
tbrongh oui -nb, a comfor in the
fuel thai We had ihoweicd I it With
ilioweis ami rpokeo 'in' i. adl) word
when she beard and knew .
Let u- iry in put aw ay irom nui
hcaiis ihe distressing scene aad re
member her only a- Ibn dear, sweet
voiced, lend''!' and lieaillilul w n
ihat aha was. 1 1 I l
Little Richard Moor-; Worth DeaH
Richard Moors Worth, lit a la -i
months' old child ot Mi. ami Mi-. Tied
Worth, died Bundsy morning, January
Srd, ai six o'clock,
were Interred in ibe c
near Farmlngton,
I he
ronislni
cc meter!
Royal Neighbors nl a rio
will be nt Krlcgor'i -tore the I u
in each month fl mil I ' 1 o'clo tk til
P in Those wishing lo pa)
assessment Bo In, eltnae call
I :il0
I hell
there
and pay nil duea
Niii.a l.i n i a, Bi eordci
Obituary
Louis Cole waa bom iii Bt. Fran
cois Co. aevonly one ycara ago, nnd
departed Ibis life Ma) '.. IU03. He
grew up in man's estate at Iho place
of In- blrtfa and there in Ihe veal IHIitl
was unilad in marriage to Miss Klisi-
belli Shelley who Willi I wo -on- ami
ihrcc daughlors -iill survive him.
Within a lew years alloi his marriage
he purchase, 1 a farm In Ibe vicinity ol
llii-b Tower Jefferson I mini) this
stale lo which he led hi- Inillil) and
I lion- lived the reuisindei ol bis life,
lie came ol om "I aui best laiuilies
ami i i-il rated only oroillt upon hi-
people In Ihe lullesi BOCCptntion of
Ibe word l.nui- Cole was s j aid aiaa,
a good neighbor, a j I ell ren and a
kind and lot im- father and husband
a beautilull) ami nobly
bar.
nf I
I Ihe olilei ciliaens
II
country In spared hinisell mi
in Ihe advai mcnl of Ibe odui
interests of
ping tlmiii I'
hi- laUlily and in
iter Ulan hinisell
the trials ami light Ihe bullies
In Iht.'i be waa converted, unit
Ihe Methodist Kpiaeopid I'll Ii
and thoresftej proved himself
ful member of in- abureb and
sislcnt ebiisliall genii 'in in.
the last few years ol hi life hi
constant auffuroi HI llle III
out waa honest, usclul, kind, si
fniwattl and true He W is a I
In his CommUllit) ami lb' I
1,1
bellel for his hal log b ed
'I it
a I an m
For Sale
acres I mile- "I T
bind hooso of -ix root
tui' fruit, plont) of go
Barm of ho i
march Mo.
ami hall. Bon
water. Apply
ClIAHHI UI mx.
Bismarck Mo
t;ct s bnili ai iho Bt. Francois hotel
barber simp in pine loll WSlOl and
you will be happy (and clean) On
Iv OHO complaint s() far on aeemint of
having taken cold, and thai nn the
part ot Circuit Clerk, J C. Williams,
whn said be bad only gone wltbottl I
bath 1 1 montba.
Farmington Band Reorganizes
Dnc evening lasl week the old
guard of iiu Farmlngton brasi band
ailed a meeting fm the purpose ol
reorganising, a oanvas wa- mane m
the old nnd new player- obtainable
The following persons will compose
the new organization :
John Towl, Uobert lb. -well, Will
eenman, August Monge, I'otot smith,
Jr., Fred laenman, Irunnia Adicr,
Sam laenman, Wm Hrockmlllar,
elms. McCarthy, Alle n Smith, 'Tim
McCarthy, Henry Pruning, John Mc
Carthy, Bd. Harroll, Dr B. 11. Bar
row, Waller Dolmera, Thomaa Lang,
Jr., Will Lang.
Notice ol Sale.
'The Fiederioktown Boltlin
Work)
will tic sold ai publl
highest bidder for i
' auction lo tin
ash, on Jiuiuarv
;ioib, 1004, al Fredorlcklown, Mo.,
at one o cluck p. in. I or luri nor par
ticulars write,
'1'. S. KtMDI.KU,
Trederickiow n, Mo
The Caleb rat ad Amorlllas toilet
water only SI cents per bottle.
B, M Laakman.
Wast an Trustworthy lady or gen
tinman to manage bnainoaa in this conn
tv nnd adlolnins territory tot house ol
solid financial Stand log; ISO siraij;ii
cash salaiy and expenses paid each
Mondav direct from lieaibiuarlei- Kx-
pen-e money advanced ; poaltion per
manent. Address Manager, 600 Mon
on Bldg., Cbloago.
"Its Up to Crandle."
The stuck and bond holders of tin
Klcotrie lload liave linnlly agreed I
all thai Mr. Crandle asked. the pa
pcrs have liecn furwnrded to liini
Chicago.
CENTRAL AGAIN TIED UP.
Company And Men Could Not Agree on
Arbitration Committee.
The strike at Central Mines, in
volving live hundred nun. com
mon I three weeks ago and tern
porarlly settled last week, is again
on. The Company and Union
agreed to leave their grievances to a
committee of three, one man to be
selected by the Company, one by
the I ' n ion mid the two to agree on
a third. The men in tin meantime
were, and did, return to work.
I'l the failure of the two com
mitteemen to agree upon a thud
man the union again walked out.
The mules have been brought to
the top and both sides seem deter
mined to resist to tba utmost.
Sheriff's Sale in Partition.
i. i. ltryan. w llrvan.
i n o lesK. nryan, . K. my
an ninl II II I Iry an. I'lalli
IIITs.
I'aiiiu.'ii
vs.
KlUalieth Nichols, llein.
pryer and I . i Dryer, ne I
fondants.
In obvdlaneo to en order ol lbs Olrcull
Pour! "I si I I'linei 'I- count, Missouri,
iiiuii. - in in.- above entitled cauSe. at the
Mar lenn ot sold court for ISM, on the i-tb
daol Mar. iuos, n. n tin seventh das ol
sefil t rm, i. tbi underslensd abevlfl ol at
it. olseounty, Missouri, win proceed to
ell at public auction for llu puri osesm
partition, mi
on n-.il x . ranm vuv i, hm,
between Ibe hours of nine 001001 in the
I. ii "ii H m ami dve o'clocS in in.. Bfternaon ol
tltai dm . ui ii"' south iniui iiiuii' ol Hi"
i ..in l II. iii-i-. In llu i II. v ol Kal iiiliik'l'in.ln l In
ciiuni) ni -i I'm ii . ii-, a mi state Mlaaourl.aml
durlnM 'ii --i"ii "i lie ulrcutl ivmrtol
-iM ciiunly. tbi followlna described real
iiale, iltuate, lyim ami lielna in tin- coon
i .ii -i i ram-"!- and State ol Mlaaeurl, in
tin
p.irt nt aurvoy Mo. s, Township No. ;i7.
s'ortti. Kanae a Kast. iieiiuniuu at u
lilekiil'.! tli i In smllli line ol surve) No. 7J,
ninnlug suutli sa deaeaes east on sold line
; -i chains t" corner on wesl liens nl mi:
Hlver, 1 1 "iii whlcli a linn tree in Inches in
ai. in t bean noith Ifl deare,s nasi ! links
ami a black uaS u Inchi - in diameter lissn
-mull 73 di-ures easl e llnSs; thence north
hdenrties eesl i Jft elmlns to top ni muir.
in. ine puuth -. iieeri-es eesl mi ehelnsi
llience north '- ib-Krees S chains; :iuuri-
in mil ileim'i-s nei .'..'si clialns; il
iionii at iteeis-cs wesl i'.' chains nnd allnks;
llience north iu degrees wesl SI TS chains;
in. -ue. noiili ii ileereee wesl u " rhetiis to
a -t..n. item a black uok; thence south a de
crees wesl i Mi chains in Ihe nruinniuij.
cunlBlnlnH '"i acres, more or wbb, ami
known ns tin 1 harles II. lljran farm
Tkbms or NttK. Twenty p. r cent, oaah;
in. iiinance m mi" voer. the deferred pay
in. 'in In n il interesl nl Ihe rate "i six pel
cent, per annum, or ell in cash, at nptfon
ui purchaser
ii m mi iii'iii . sherffl
lenuei l. law
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endures couataut service. Von will liml our
line of goods ami samples the best manufai'
lured, nnd our work tin neatest that ean be
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Cili Water. Purn.ice II ii
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The HKLIJJOUK low
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v.irms Ih. r...iu llllopeil
nr.- bsn than nn-hsll the
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