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THE SAFE SIDE When men of wisdom liud it deairable to bave mi abstract of every piece of land they own, does it uot look an if an abatract, properly made, in good thing to ownf We offer un surpassed faeilitiee tor oorrecl work, promptly lit moderate cost. SMITH, BLEECK n- -armington Virnes r'KlDAY, MARCH , 1904. COUNTY OFFICERS. null' senator laiirasentatlva J. I . HllAI'l I JOI DOBBI.IS rresitiine Judae Co. uri c. r. Youoob :unr Judas rtrx District J a. arson ulinl) Judge "mm oistrm mmm lu.lir.' "r Probate ;UTk t Ircutl l ""I' ti. Nation i.V. Wii.l.um ..j a. Lawaaacs t-lusk BlOSia,BDSOS hbbslbi ..II M Ml Kl'lM , II M nun in 'Jullector rrseeursr .i.iiir i, uttng Attorw ,lCn BTIBOtos h i. asauai ... Ok A. I.- KvaIus ii i.ytir nmmlsslnner. A . II AkllK COURTS 1 1. loi hi j. n. roe. Jm atroad M lujil i slay iinil NiivciiiIht. , , m, H nrst Mondays la iinm . Ma) uaust and Hovsaflesr , ,,, utMtai aeeond Hiendayi la Jim iari . I'll) . Jul i"i nitwits CHURCHES. I'SeSBTTBBIAS U0f, I ' IH. H..K. Pit. loi Preaching iMindaj morning ana " lag; Numtat '" " " "' " ' HAHLAK.attpwinlaadent. Insei "nsstiaa axloasdar svenlng. mi im. 1. 1. 1 ki 1 orsi .1 wi tn -Bar. I. 8 .if.i.1-.-. Paetoi Preaching every eunda) hi.. nun ami evening; aundei aclwol ' . , in .mi nun i imckis. superintendent, Praysru llngeverj WfdaKtai BVsntBB. Hi i.i -i I piw urAi Bat n Me i niniv, k. pastoi i hlng evw auadai ,u im. and Manilla; suadae. aetiool ' I ai a ni .In " Klllot. auparMitaBO I prayvi ruwtlng even Wednesday etrenlng. Haiti "1 aai I.. Buie, eaitot Pr.mililngnTt.ri undsr, morning aad es ning ltari i Ua even W""MWOl vHinim sumlaj school at I " ' " a i i,iii i.. supei mtaadaal . inn -1 1 N i ill lu ll iunituy cl I every Hundajr al Mi-see m. .i -mi,, sttpertateadeat v. p. a. o. ever) sundni evunlBBBtii ein'cloeB. us lit I I! I'"1"1 Preaching every Sunday moratta: aaeapl in., (..mill. i-atechlsm alter china, i , ;i I .iioii liKiait. resident , mu-- everj ituedai eacapt Brat al luu'Hnafe rateotilan Mian (tav at t at. I'.uj ilruga "i Laakman. i limn need at Klala'a. I lower aeeda i KMn'a in in. .' left I neatta f"' ' MU Kloa, A (nil line ..I kIbm iwiiI ijoeetuwaM :t Klenfl Charlei lllerae -i"'"' Buoila) in Krodei loktoa a Julio Urjrd I I'lileago la town ink m i l. M, i i Tulloak id lliamarek in lowu Tueailaj . Uat v im rmah autage at iajtaan' l it) Muni Markai Mi" Minnie Itlun iainl neveral ilayn in si I. nil'- laat week M 'li l' Ktaplial "i Little Rook, Ark . a :i- in tuwnlaii weak, Mi-- Kale Brabani baa ratnmad limn iiiiin' Irienili al lt i . Uraax leeila ail all kluiU al tin gar uingtoa Meroanllla Cn'i aton, Heal olovei . i thy, red lop ami nreharil gra H al a. U. ( itenN Canvu hama and baeona alwayi on band al Autaeir t'iiv Meat Market. Mi-. John Cnlllna oj Klvina I the i iii lira, II It. Peaaa tlii week. (in tn tin- CitJ Moal Market for ynin obolee alaaka, roaala ami nrk aboua. Mil reilnoiion in irlaea nn line oht mi, Ulllel HO In anil lanipx al A I. Or toirs . Mra. Junim MtJorinlok aialted bei lather al Irnndale lor a ( dsyi laat waak. Born, Monday Cebrnary 8Hh, 1904 to the wifeol Rev. V. I! MoCorntaek, n MU During tin' lime winter nMintba line bundreil hena owned bj Ueorge Mat tin In) fd 4,8"S egga, V.in will alwayi Bnd a full lino ol the beat grade groeerlai nt A. I.. Or leu'a, Phone fib, Hr. Elliott lias raniovad Iii" nttee from the llliania building to room nvei tin bowling alley, Sra. Maurice Highlay, living thraa null'- north i( here, in reported quite ill with oatarrbal trouble. Aiaeuor Tboman Hlraughan mid Harry Uiate "I We, Oenevhtea were here Wedneaday nn bntinaaa. Urt, V. I.. Winn, wile ol Dr. Winn, will si rive the latter part ol this week (nun Dayton, Ohio. Mi. l Mra. Bdward A Roaiei nmi little daughter Larinia, apent sev eral daya in sie. Uenevieve this woek. .Mrs. a. .1. Karart left Monday fur lint Springe, Alk , where alio will apend u month for the benefit of hei health. Hurt Byinglon ami John Poherty, wlin have been traveling in Texas lor the past two weeks, returned home Saturday. Mr. W. 11 Audrews, one ol Bonne Torre's enterprising und substantial aaaiabana. was in town Weduesiiay on boalneaa, Mrs. I.ec HfJgM 'lied "f pneuuioiiia nt her bomO, three inilus enst uf l imn iMtOVi on tho Mtk nil. Site loaves n linslmud and three children. Mrs. K. W. Weber ami Miss Alioe i n;, ee left Monday fur Fort Smith, Ark., where they will he the guests of Mrs. Lucy Albers for several weeks. & CO., ABltck0. lr. and Mrs. Brahenj wore called to st Louis Wedneada) on aocount of the -lekne-- ol their sun, J II ICS, Who is attending medical ooilege there. S. K. V'aUghi who lin- the ooutrBct im loruiahing tin- M I" Chureh with building stone, waa In st Lonht tlii week in connection with the work. Mr- Bailie Kent wa- adjudged in sane by the Count Court laat Friday ami aenl to the state Hospital for treatment at the county's expense Muster L'rban Priobard, little sun of Hr. I'richard of Peatoa, has been pending several week- with bis grand parents, Rev. ami Mrs. ,1 (' Perkins. I in you w ant a ni'w wai-t this urinatf If so vou should see the kMMlMMl II.... ..f MAM MAAjIfl In. I MA. Delved by the Kermlngtou Mercaatlle I o. The Federal Labor Unban of Kur- miliglun will give a smnker to their friends nmi the publlo in the Weodtuan Hall on tin; night "i Wedneaday the '.Mb Inat, Rev. T I. West, iMiTespumliug sec retin) ol Male Mis-imis nf the Hnptist Church, will preach nt 'he Itaptisl Churok in Farntlnglon nexl Buuda) morning al 1 1 o'clock Mra, .1. Metade underwent an op eraiion at the Fartuington Sauitarluni sniuiilm Pi. w . II MayAeld ol st Loubi, a- the atlonding surgeon DODling here f ir that purpose Mra I. w ( lole t I'ialtin a a rhv Iting her sister, Mrs. Merrill Pipkin, several days this week While here Mis l ole. accompanied by Mr- Pip kin, spent Tuesday with their slater, Mr- .1 L. suulci of Desloge. Mrs. W. S Anthony ha- n pullet that itretobed the record in laying its lirst egg. It wa a "lug 'tin" in the way of hen'- egejs, ntOBBUring 6 'n in ebea around one way ami H inches the long way. The young people of the Lincoln colored sol I gave iv ntuaieal at the Maaonie hall last Friday evening It was given lor the benefit of the milli ter, tiOV. I.eroy Woolrldge, who will leave soon for the Church Conference which will lie held in Kansas C'ily Pop at Klieu's T he wi f Hev .1. W Priokell re- oelved notice a few daya age that she is the principal b ifloiafy under the will ol Mr-. Charlotte Miller of the eland ol Jamaica ami hen to a fortune of 1600.000. Hev. Priekett preached here last .-uuimei during the abaenoe i if Bet lleys I irocenes at K lein's. Albert Baffold, teacher at the Shed aobool, neat Jaydee, Informs us that there will he a ho stippct and literary antortainmenl at the school house on the night uf March I "lb, the closing day of the aobool term. The proceeds of the -upper will lie spent for liluajy I ks No admiaaioll lee All are invited. Beed Oats and seed Potatoes at Cole A Kiaon Mercantile Co, s. Mis- Florenoe Bwlnk, who will graduate Irora the Cbrbttian college a Columbia in May, made a splendid record in bei rxamlnalion at the close uf the 5 ret half of the pre-ent scholas tic yeur, showing an average of iii. Her cull-in. Mis- Mabel Drumeler, will also graduate from tbesame instltutuin in vooal ami luatrauieutal muale this vein (iaideu Seed-, in Imlk and package, al Klein's City Collector Henry Manley is candidate for re eleclioii to the oilier he now holds, and -olicils the support uf the voters of the city nt tho munici pal election, lie is serving his tir-i term, has made a good eolleetor, would appreciate the compliment anil en doraemenl of u second terni, and re ipect fully rerr nests n favorable eonaid elation of hi.- caudiilacv. Vou will always Hnd a full line of tin heal make of Shoes al lletog's Mis B, 1!. Ulgbley lias grown tin year a line specimen nf the pomlerosn leUlOU, which has hena shuvvu to many people down town. It weighed ex. nelly one pound and measured 13 'i inches nne way nmi I I ' the other It is snid In he uncommonly juicy and the catalogues claim dial twelve pit may he made from one lemon, when fully grown, when they often weigl (our poonda, The lemon hush from which this one was taken is in lull bloom, the flowers having the orange odor. Splendid line of carpets just re ceived by the Farminglou Mercantile Co. Kd. In i ley is a candidate for Coun ty Collector and announces himself in Tin TiMi-.s this week. Mr. Turing is well and fnvornhly known all over the county, having heretofore served the public in this otlicc, mid he made a good collector. Willi the experience he has had ami his knowledge of the duties and details nf the office, his ualiticattins arc first-clnss. Person ally Kd. is a genial and popular fellow, a Democrat right, ami liss many friends who will take plcasuro in supporting bis candidacy. He asks nf all Demn cratn in the county acarelul considera tion of his claims. Poultry food the kind that will make your bens lay at Klein (irooer Co's. WORK BEGUN. Ground Broke for the Foundation of the New Methodist Church with Im pressive Ceremonies. Monday morning at Islfi o'clock the lii-t shovelful ol soil, preparatory to laying the foundation uf the new Metbodlal Episcopal church, was turned, attended bv a very Impressive ceremony . Heaven smiled upon the occasion : for the lirst time iu weeks the Bloods rolled back nud the sun poured Its llood of gulden light upon the earth. Representatives ol live ohurohea ox. pressed their best wishes fur its suuee by being present. After a short prayer by Hev. K. I Krnghofl of the M. B. Chnrob at Copenhagen, Miss Kli.a Carletou, founder ol Carletoo College and life long member ul t lie M. V. Church, stepped forward and With a bright new shovel began the work t lint will termi nate in a brown eteoe edifice requiring months to complete. Mrs. Kichard Bntberland of the ltupti-t Church turned the second bnvetttll, followed by W. B. Millor of the M. K. Church, South; Dr. B. Fugate of the Chrlatlau Church, and A. T. Nixon ol the Pres byterian church. After these cere monies, Rev. Hlokok of the I'reabyie- rlan Church pronounced the benedic tion. Photographer Martin made a pic ture of the lot nmi audience assembled Woik on the building will be hastened a- fa-l as possible, and when complet ed nmi dedicated will mark a new am1 brighter chapter in the history of ilia eongregatloa at this place Republicans Meet. I,ust Saturday afternoon a coun ty ttutaa meeting of Republioaoi wns held in the oonti bouae, The purpose nt the meeting was tn eleel delegates to the Jttdieial, tJongrea s ion n I midst ntc Hum inn ting itonvetl nous. The following ilelegatea and alteritatea to the several oonveu- tiona were ohoaep i state Convention; Kansas City, Mo., March '.".' Dclej'ale- K P, UraVba, K. A. Busier, Peter Cileaslog, Mont) D Bet il U Kvana, r .1. II lire, t y llciiiuau an. I III bUW. I, id fin. Allernnlcs S l liryan, Win Dil lon, J. s. Jarnlgan, W. A. smith, W, c. Raves., Dr. F. M Braning, Oeo. B. Biega ami Hun ai d c. Pettett. Jujdieial i lunventlon ; Bte. Uenei levc, March 81 1 Helegati Qoo. M. Wil sou, K A. Hosier, Polille Klvlns, s. T (treeham, Allen Aguew, llarion II Boyer, H. 1). Natiom ami II it Ud better. Alternate A II, Polille, Johll A Doughty, K C. Weber, Allen Hill, .1. 11. Bnlena, W, H Bice, P.. F. Rnuck- oils ami in Lean. Congressional Convoationj ste tene- vieve, March i 1 : Delegates - Albeit Waffert, Cart Harts born, c M Mur ray, It A Hoy, Kd Klmmorman, w. .1. Msrehsll, Win. Rottger, Boharper, Harry Maueier, .lohu Knowles, lleiny Uouglas. Frank Robinson, P Itnits, Dock Mack ley, John Isenman, Tboi Lang, Chas. R. Bchwsrts, (1 A Nee-, I. W Ituck, Prentiss Klvlns, f rank Bell, Henry Blake and Unas Uieseing. Alternate- Henry Krsniug, Hear Brans, w . t . Fbaaher, J, A. Perry, Sam laeaman, D. f. Btnbhnan, Fred runway, .las J. Coke, Kills tlertno, Msthew Francis, Gabriel Harris, A. Kngel, Melviu Matthews, .lame- I.. Ladrand, Bamuel Nelblngton, II I, Jenkius, W. il Ohnsors, Di M Rwon, Jeff Btergiaa, Jao, It Uravea, Klee Kee, V, S. ti. RvaW and Henry Oehler. Railroad News. T lie const ruction bond given by the parties wim hire negotlatiug for the purchase of the electric railway reached here Monday lor approval Monday night the committee met and empowered their attorney to approve it. T he bond WBS returned to Chica go for t lie signatures of the parties there When signed a forfeiture bond of tin, onn will be given by the Chi cago people. Joseph Plnkerton of Flat Blver an nounces himself as a candidate foi Col lector, subject to the nomination of the Democratic party. Mr. Pinkuton was a candidate for the nomination for Bepraanntativa two years ago, ami is therefore known to many people over t lie county, and better known in the I. cad Hell where he lias lived mid Worked (Ol a number nf years. Hi' is n pleasant, agreeable man to meet, and as far as we know of honorable and upright character, und would faithfully and conscientiously discharge the duties of the olVice if nominated ami elected. He respectfully solicit -the support nf the Democratic voters at the primary ami will appreciate any thing they may do in his behalf charles Beater, a member of i aole Sam's unv), returned home on Mon day. He enlisted in the Naval service in 189(1 mid has been in il continuous ly since thai time. Since entering the service lie has served on live different vessels und traveled over the Pacific ocean many times. His second term of enlistment has just expired He contemplates reiulisting within the next four months. At present his ship, the Wheeling, is at Pago-Pago Samoa, one OS the South Sea Islands Saturday morning shortly after B :80 o'clock Charles R, Jark, sun of Mr, and Mrs. John A. Marks, passed over the river. For the past year his health had beau rapidly giving iiwav before the inexhorable advances of consumption and several months ago he took to his bed. He was n yotin msn, only twenty-six years of age, a good habits and industrious. Ills pnt enls have the sincere sympathy of all in i lieu bereavement and sorrow Joe Kernel i ii was called lu St. Louis the first of this week owing to tin serioua illness of bis mother. In I communication received here Ironi bin he states tbat bis mother is still alive but owing to her advanced age she is expected to pass away at any lime. BISMARCK BREVITIES. Hev. Lutenbcrger preached at Union Church .Sunday. Dr. W. it Boodykoonia was in town Betarday. Mr-. Rmelina Bherrill has been quite sick for some lime. Hev. j. L Martin Sited hi- regular appointment at the M. L. Church, South, Sunday. Mis- Kinina Keuuer id tilvina and Mr. AuBuobobn of French Villagi were visitors in Bismarck Sunday. The Maaonie Lodge here met Mom day night, thus meet ing twice within the short month of February, w hich i uf rare occurrence, being the same as when February has five Sundaye. N M Kirk patrick, aged 49 year.-, died on February 97, 1904, of pneu monia, after an Illness of nine days. Mr. Kirkpatriok was a teacher foi many years, and hadiual eluted a term of school at Walnut QroVO, w here he lived He was a meuibci of lite Royal Circle at line Hun and wa- burled by his lodge He leave- many lelativcs and friend- to whom i- tendered sin oere aympatby in their bereavement. The remains were interred in Hatull ton cemetery Sunday afternoon. T he Rosso-Japanese wai has its ef fect as usual on ihe pjloee ni the nec essaries uf life, which -on skyward at every little Hurry, though In the rc moteal pan- of the earl Kvorything ha- a 001 responding rise, CXOCpl wa ges. Nu wonder the percentage nf criminal- i- increasing And again there i another cause fur the rapidly increasing rate uf criminal-: when a uiati of Hill Rudolph's oaliber can at tract the attention of the whole ooun try and excite the people to cxproe- sious o admiration ami sympathy, it is no wonder thai boys ami men Whose iaoliaationa inn in llmilal channel-are encouraged to try their skill The organiaatlon "f a humane io- cietv bore, oral least in the euinly. would be a move in the light direction, Il would lill a long felt want if il did nothing more than to prolocl the birds. It is CVldcnl that, us we have nu law making education compulsory, some thing Will have lo be done In ourb the reckless nmi Inexcusable cruelty of the horde of -licet loafers who, Instead "I epondilig their lime in school, hang around the drool corners ami persecute Othcre, and whoae Sunday- ate -pent iu roaming about town armor! with "beau -shooters" trying to kill every bird ami frighten them aw.i): and in addition tn this annoying Ihosfl who do not Indorse then habitual desecrstloii uf ihe sabbath. It would i ii prl ing to many, indeed, t how -nine parents and others ni mature yoara not only indorse il iota, bui real!) en courage IboiU, it Would appear that our country, instead uf advancing, was retrograding, ami thai at a rapid rate ii i- to be hoped that something may be done bj which the total disregard of the rights and feelings of others may be al lea-l modified SO thai life may be made tolerable; so that obstacles which impede the progress of ti who real ly want tu do light and make the world belter, will be reduced lo a minimum. Februarj ".'. 1904. On i Annual Election Notice is hereby given tu ti look- holders ol the St. Francois (travel Road Compau) that there will be a meeting of the si ook holders ol -aid company al their office in Fartuington, Mo., on M lay. March 28th, 1904, loi the purpose nf electing live dlli cl t said company to eorvo nne year, and for Ihe purpose of winding up the bus. Iness f said company ,ln- ,1, Q KiMtlM, Prosliloni . (lao, M. w 11 ",N. Sec'). Habeaas Corpus Proceeding. A habeas eorpua proceeding waa In progress yesioruay uciorc inugn .xa-lion- of ihe Probate Court . The pro- dings were ineUtuled by Lewis Valine to recover possession ol Sylves ter C Valle, an 18-mouths-old child ni Arthur slice, the father ami mother both being deocaaoil . The nblld al present is iu Ihe possession ol ii grund parents, L. C. Smith and wife, Lewi- V alleC, the plaintiff iu the case, is a liloincr "i ine cnini - laiuei aim wa- recently appointed guardian Ol the child. At Ihe I I g"ing lo press the Court bad not rendered a leelsion in Urn case. Marriage Licenses. During Ihe paat week mariage licen ses were iued to the following' pel is. Feb. -o. Odla Williams n Farming- ton and MISS I aine rowier u iiai'i Hun 99, Piimcll Cayee and Mi-- Nellie May Bridges of Farminglon, March I, A, w . Jaeksoo nf Woin- gartnn and Miss Nana) Mnrra) of Esther, Harry Van-ickie and Mis.- Rase Stephens nf Doc Ran. John Soimmone, who baa boon liv ing us deputy under Collector Kichard- son for a year or mure, rcaigned Iii poaition last Monday preparatory to going to Fori Worth, Texas, lo take up the practice of law. lie was n member of the 1901 law olaas of the siate Univeiaity of Tennessee. i- u post gmdunte ol the .South ern University al Huntington, and wa- admitted to the Farmlngton bm some time since. John is an affable and eaemptary young man, ael.i-i) and diligent student, nud Tn T'nils jnin his many other fiiends here in wishing Mm B aUOUeaaful career in bis eh. i-en profession. For must approved shapes and sub stantial wealing qualities iu men's and womens' Shoes, go to llerog's Shoe Store, three doors cast of poet Office, His line of heavy shoes for the farm and other outdoor work is the best made Good Farm for Sale 4 f)A A0RR8, 4Sj miles aaat of I . I J Farminglon. Good 7-room frame house, large burn, granary aad anmerons other buildings. Qped well at barn, cistern at house. A good bargain for some one. Price, g,600. Address, Ki.za B. Hi aoaaa, Farminglon, Mo. Sun-thine Society. T he lovely Spring days are coming, ami with t In-ill we hope I n a large at tendance at our meeting.,. T he next one will be bald nn Saturday, Mutch 6, al the usual time and place. Sub ject, "What a Sick Hooin Needs Mos " t t t la our last report are omitted lo mention thai we were indebted fur oar oomforl cotton to Mrs. Kd Klein, whose cordial interest alwny- adds value to her contributions. 1 t tlur cradle Hull needs new bands, and we want drawings of nil those who have recently emuc lo bless the homes of our friends. As a child 1 loved to croon the pathetic SOBg, "Scatter Seed- of Kindiic-s," and with my bejel effort at pathos, render the words, "How those little hands remind as, As in snowi iraca thev lie. Not to scatter thorns, but roses, For our reaping by ami by." "Then ecattet seeds of kindness," etc. And even, as the snow- of age pow der my head, does a little child inspire me to deeds id kindness mid affection T he dear helpless little being-, so 0004' plelely at the meroy ol the world, seem especially iu touch with our de sire lo brighten the world, fur where they euinc is always additional sun- shine. t t t It is near enough lo Faster, so that we would like to know about bow many egg- we may promise the little folka in the Hospitals Last vcai we -cm all mn- lo the Children's Hospital ami Inil out the City Hospital, a- we failed to hear in lime whsl we could do. Any who can supply ua with egga to dye during the week before Faster will asalsl by letting it be known a nmi ns possible, t5lJr'r'ii Fabrics. We have usl received an nun euall) large ami attractive line of Spring Drcs- Goods, to winch we iu, ite your attention: Ktntniiie Suitings. I 'ungues, i 'liunibray Tissue, I'm Suitings. Silk (iiughaiuH, Hrilliautinetj in black, blue, brown ami grey. WALSTIN(I5. Mercerised ('oletto, Hax'onara, I'M de Sine, etc. V'oU will find them beauties and the ven latest modes in ladies' drees fabrics. COLE & NIXON MER. CO. Tribute ol Respect W hereaa, Il has pleased the Al- ini'-niv i nner in lit- inuuiie wi-unni call from labor iu this Icrrestial lodge to partake of Ihe divine icfresb ments on high, our lute brother, Rao hen W. Wllsou, who departed Ibia life Saturday, February 18, mm, in his ;.inl vear ami a devoted Mason of to tears ; therefore, tic II Resolved, That In the death nf Hrolli el B, W Wilson, Bieniarek Lodge No. It. A. I .V A. M mourn- the loss of one of ii- moal sessions ami anibnalaalie members, n'bose benevoleul spirit ami ihe many virtues of but cbaraclei should be oberiabed in out heart- nud have a aalutary lufiuenoe on our live-. lie it further Kesolved. Thai iiiemsrok Lodge No. I I extendi In the family of our do- ceased brothel their heartfelt sympa thy iu the hour oi theii great beieave meat. He II further Beaolved, Thai nnr charter be draped in mourning for 80 day-: llial these roaoluiions be spread on our records, and tbat they be published in T ill 1 AIIMIKO niB TlMI s and Potoal Ind v pondenl A. D. Boaa, . A CoTHKLL, vm Ti UBLaaoa. !ommltiaa. (ikASS SIAA). KLEIH GFEOCEi. COMPK Y Real Estate Transfers. Reported by Smith, Hlceck & Co., abstractors, foi week ending March I : T. C. Weatover to A. Tboraton, lot 7, Jordan Place, ffiO, Prank P. Maurice In 1). Maurice, 84-100 acre- in sec IJ-J6-4, f I. IM Carter to T. If. OloVST, lot It, P, M. Carter's Bubdv u.S- John Kilter to M.J. Hitter, und. J-ll of lot and part lot a. Survey J"Oy. I363.OJ. S. I'. Counts to Katie CountSi int. iu lot it,, C dlaga Add'n, I700. For Rent The Bauman bouaa and barn, ur bouaa without the barn, in I Addition. Apply to Pipkin a- Bwikk. For Kent Ihe ti-rooni dwelling h IUS0 on my farm, one mile from barmlngton, with nil ootbuildlnga and gulden. Will rent cheap. M Its. Ms.Bue.axT Bt VRIi. For Rent Five-room oottage. Right-room dwelling. Cartel dwelling. Smith, ButXOK & Co 'fcie:M'. Having dbiposed oi our co partner ship, all persons indebted In the linn ate requested to come aad MtM8 up Immediately. GoiTB & Nixon. l ay cash for your moat ut Autsen's ami get 'u per cent discount. ) NURTrTRf 7 LIBERTYVILLE ITEMS. Mud is plenty nud news is scarce. Mrs. J. C. Crow is on the sick list. Mr. Marioa Cox is sick with malar ial fever. Mr. H. Cowley is recovering from his sickness. Mr. W ill I,enz of Cross roads, who has been sick, is now convalescent Di. Presanell was called lo see Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clark Saturday, wliu a'e both sick. Mr. T. W. Martin lost two nice steers last week by a straw slack cav ing in mi them and smothering them. Mr. nmi Mrs Mnuiau Hlniilon of Frederick tOW n were ban Saturday at tending the fuaarai ol Mrs. Jennie Morsu, Dr. C, H Fleming was called tu see Mr. R, P. Sebastian Saturday. Who still lingers from Ins long spell of sickness. Albert Fau-i, who died in Farming ton, was buried here Monday, which makes live funerals we have Imd here within the Isst ten days. Fmd and William ficaho of Addi, Illinois, brothers of Char lee Gcahe, formerly of this place, are visiting friends hero and are the guests of Wil liam Diedering. Miss Ste. Mary Kinkcnd, who was called lininc Inst week on account of tho death of her grandmother, re lumed In Jaokaon Monday to resume her studies nt the Jsokson Military Academy Mr-. Robert Moran, who died at Bonne Torre, was buried here Satur day Funeral services were conducted by Kid. I. it. Dodsoe ol Potoal A huge concourse of people were pres ent lo pay their last tribute of respect lo tin- good woman, Considerable mm ine; wu going on here lii't week. Mr. i r Martio moved Into his new bouse here from the Williams In ,,,,,1 , ,r. Carver moved lulu a house nn Mr. s. L Bbarrook'e farm mid Mr. J. (' Williams now UOCUpies hi- farm Ml. P. A. fashion, oui new mel- abaat, appeals to he doing a thriving buslneas, and adding lo Ins k daily He -ays he expects to handle all kinds of produce ami keep everything the people want to bay. He i- handling all kind- of seed- fm ihe fanners, such as seed oats, grns, and clover seed, garden seeds in bulk, etc this will tic very ooaveoleBt for ihe far mers here, a- they always had lo de pend on Frederieklnwn and Farming lon lor n market for then produce, anil lo liny BOCde, Msroh 1st 1 i LI X 1 Cards of Thanks I wish to extend my most heartfelt thank- In the good people "I Hi-uiaick lor ihe kindness sbowu me dnriug ihe Illness and death ol my little sou. (.rah lolly , Mits W. W. . Rim. I wiah to .sincerely thank uiy kind Irlonde and neighbors for their kind ness -hown during Ihe illness and death nl my beloved husband K xi si a Faun UNIVERSAL OINTMENT 1- guaranteed lo cure piles, letter, Oceania, assal cattirih, pimples, sor.'s nud eruptions of any kind Ifie per box. Manufactured solely bv K M LaaKMAB, Druggist. I si mington, Mo. Home Market. Wheat ws Out Ml l orn v.. i uu vioui v ii" mm, a t in Meal ;im ;s till) I lull Ill ... II (HI Irish Potatoes. is l.w swast potatose . i AppiM, i ausnel i.xee ua ilulnlis I. (SI lllleil Apples tnueaana v il irrymi on leasee ayat in ksas aoa i"1 Battel . n. i beens s- nushei 2 laaa ui Baeoa r a i" si u ijini r a ni 1 snow r a m Sonrtium Hotseeaea in -nit r bill I 01 Honey I.'. Besswaa a Ai Trustee's Sale. Whereas, V A. linn I-1111. 1 Birdie B. liar he. tile wlte, ti their certain ossd ut trust, Int.'.t Hi. Ilrsl ihi) oil) iiils-r, IISSJ, anil re minted In tlie Becorder's offlcs ol Nt. Iran ole county, Mlseourt. In issik i.s. al iiak'.- jo. conveyed to iti.- luiiiei'smm.u trusts the luli.iw nu: iii'-ci Un it nmi esiitti-iiiiii luiiii'ovi' ments tttsrson eltuate, lyinn sod belBa iu the county or at. Pranoots and stute ol wis. lill I. to K it All of tut .'1. Iilis'k 1. leuseil from St. Louis aeaeltma a BennlBB Oootpaay, unit shown in in.'ir privuie asp. Which said eouveynnee was toads in trusi n -..cure t he put ineiil uf a eertulli liruinls and woereae. ny the terms of sat 1 1 1 tleeil snlii Mirn noli' III tul.l of 'ni l U.'-i'i llu.il null- i- past .111.' anil rrifiaihs uupniil, nuw. therefore, ut tn. requeel of tin-1-i;u t hoiur .1 -ulil n..i... uml 111 neeiiritui with the provisions of said deed of t rust . I. (he nn ih-i'sboieil trustee, w ill on iaturday, M.vitcii at, mn, between ihe hours ut nine o'clock In the forenoon umt Bve o'clock tn tin- slternoon itliul ilii) . ill the suiith front disir or the uuri House III the ettj of Kul'lillnetun . Ill sulil si. Prunrols county. Missouri, 11 ut pulillc ven.lue to the hluhesl hlihlnl , fur cash, till Ihe I'lKhl, tllle, elulill interest and estale ol the ssun A. A nnr uml Birdie K. Hurrls. tils wife, of in und tn the foreKoliiK deserttssl real esiute unit tin proi emeate t hereon for the purtKise of sat -tsfy Iiik suhl note anil t he costs of executing this 1 1 11 1 Jari D. llmui.KT. Trustee. llareb t, una. NOTICE OF CHANGE Of CAPITAL STOCK. Notice is hereby given that 11 meeting of the stock -holders of the llismarck Milling ami Manufacturing Company. w ill lie held al the olhce ol the Company in llismarck, St. Francois County, Mis eeuri, on Saturday, the ninth nth) day of April, 191.4, liegitinitii: at u o'clock iii tlte forenoon and coiitiutiinir uutil t o'clock in the afternoon of that day, for the purpose of increasing the capital stock of said Company- from 2o,ooo to f j.S.msi, and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Units MIM.KH, W 11. 1. 1 v.vt THAUKKNICIIT J. W. WllITWOBTII, II. A. KHKTSCIISIAK, H. A. Krktschmar, Directors I'resiilent. Attest: J. W. WlllTWORTH, Secretary Bismarck, Mo., Jan. 23, 1904. Ihe man tbat makes the Clothe that fit GIERSE Clothes may not Make the Man, SIIT5 ! ' $18 to I $35 The New Spring Suitings ARE ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW ROOtW NOW. A VISIT IS YIZRY API TO BE PROFITABLE GIERSE, Zk I Call and k T . SOU) AT 3-inch Farm Wagon s M inch Farm Waifon All Wagons warranted 12 months from date ol sale. . HI PERCENT For the Next 30 Days. WK ALSO HANDLE W Coal, Lead and Hay, Clover and (irass Seed. CLAYWELL & BRADLEY, f Farming ton, Mo. ?000000 OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO E. C. GROLOCK, 3 DEALER IN - Hi Farmington, Missouri. Mi'Kweil BwNrHwg West Side I'ulilic Sitiarc. 0000000 00000000000 00 ooorioooooooooooo 0000000000000 Good Clothes Wearers B 9 WANT Good Clothes Makers To make their etoUlM !r theut, Van wilt Qml thi'in, as will M all exi cllt-iit lint- of tin- Atient pie 6 K01 aiil HWpltfl to order from at HERMAN TRAUERNICHT'S, Merchant Tailor. l:arminKlon, Mo. UNION-MADE SUITS! That is wliui y iiti net when eJ. Fa PUTTMAN, l AKniNOTON. MISSOURI Tlie beat work guaranteed, made tip from the bee! material, wiili sty le and ftniah right up lo date, i oooooo oooooo oooooooooooo THE OLD Farminglon al it MnkfH direct fXtBiMOtioa with all i ruins on tin; M. it. & B. T. R. R. aJw ciu'rips tbe mail . IVepared to carry nil expn-sK and frciijlit aitbaf to or from tint Htation. S. A. BYlflGTOfi & BROS. PHONE 123. oooooo oooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooo oooooo oooooo WHsr COI UWHiA SlSF.Pi, 1 MaMMOTO. mo gUT "h. h!w thej help! Rightly made, stylish clothes the kind (ilfCRSR makes (foo long way toward 1'; making of the prop erly attired man. Not expen sivr. either. G1KRSK ought to make Your Spring Suit. Farmington, Mo. See Those ; '. A LOW PRICES. m m m : $50.00 ?-' Oil, - OOOOOOOOOOIK) 0000000000000 9 0; yiui order yonr suits (nun T UKBOHANT 1 1 VII.nK. oooooo ooooooooocooooooooceoo RELIABLE 1 n flfil MS.