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AND HERALD. i i SLMHSO I vi al 1 Si DAS SI 1 hi Farrrrington rimes Printing Co (1 01) . In Ail inn ir . uoiri 1 1 1 11 1 Vun I'm. -in Ker'i .in-! 1 roof 1 hum 11 -1 ii lf4mtlMM ' I'llll.ll' - I ni l I I II III I ) KIMIIKK 1 Kil'.U MA I-mi tniogtoo in tlir pritnarj Sat ardaj wve Polk 402, tteed 2 and llnwei 3 ( other 1 tinot in tin oiintv nave Hawoi h vote Attoi my General Crow, ehoaring t tin .11 de Term- manding 11 n nml As ial hi cases area thai tile Htiiiraiic Court in it overlooked the Constitu statutes and tin: law ol pi toli il In' 1 1 .Mr. I row i-n 1 .11 ' will be accused ol lese ma A imireHtes ol pnstnt Mi Mi.. . Kpiacopal 1 'hnri - in tit. Ym shows on ' ii win inven I iki nt tin .1 Ill's tin ii. ami mtciidiii , gHthci I ind nude ami Foil: Hilt' 11 Hum nllll lies moi le ill gab inn! His ' lioln Hhwch h-gnli - drawn) 11 instructed n 111 lias place oil J II 11 . I Itll a heart) iu i ill NiikIp I itll ami I (it ll tatini, 1 railroads, 01 ill ei ' I, t has In with ! extra anxiot The Ii hill! 1 been Freii h Vi sioual havi in for Pi These 1 ami tin paper 1 ml Ipp in tie The Democratic Count) tiokel nominated last Hntutda) 1- as fob lows Itcprcsentativi I, ll Dunklin. Collector fid. Byiugton. Treasurer S. .1 llenslc) Proaecut lug Atty.-F. M .Carter shentl il M Mnrph) Assessor -Shell T Horn Count) Judge -i-t Dial K -i J ones . Uouuty Judge 2nd Dial K L. Welker Coroner I ii . A. L Kvans Surveyor Thus 11 Boltuan The ticket 1 h unqneationnbly a good one ami ought to he elected liy a large majority There were a number ol candidates from tbe Lead Bell district, the largest voting section ol the county, but they all failed ot nomination ex oepl for Beprcaentative, for winch there wen- only two oundidates and both from Flat liner, The fail ure of some ul the others to "land1 ' was probably I auae of the num ber of candidates lot the same office from the Lead Belt district, Which naturally split the labor vole For Collector there were three two from Flat Kiver ami one from Bonne Terre For As easor the san ondition existed, there being one eniuliilate from El- vine ami two front Flat Biver. For Sheriff there were two oandi ' dales from the Lead Beit, hut as Sheriff Murphy has made such an honest and eonaoieotiou officer, and aa he is serving only bia fiisi term, he would doubtless have ii ceived the nomination in nny event. I j Tli" Fartningtoa riogrew M)l tlmt the race for State Commit! I into in tbis connty rat bttraou iui il'iiiii! Hawee uml Reed men, mul I Unit the Hawe nan was victorious, I which shows tlmt Bawes would I have carried the county if hi name I liad tien on the ticket. lireat gum, I in tlmt tin m.i! of information the Progress diahea ou( to its rcadersf Tin race was between Phil A Hhaw, who whs for anybody to beat ; land loa '. Williams, win. never been anything alee than Im- 11 Polk man, ami Williams wa reeommended for State Committee man b) n majority of 570, not withstanding above thru- name was pi iuled "ii tie tiokel tin mm leading injunction "vote for two.' i which 11 g 1 inanj voterafolliwcil Uj the way, was ' Bee r Talberl me ol the men who threw Ins vote iway bj easting it for Ha was 1 Mi, nine r.iiintx will ha twi 1 ..I delegates, I Polk ami tin : he minor Stat 1 1 recognition til instructed for line candidates foi nffloes, contesting I ii the stain I lemo' mil . Tin' ( 'ouutj 1 il n priraao elcc rved to ii-eli the a- delagalea, an in- lion righ nation that smacks too mtioh of I 11 11; methods ami hnssism There - a protest against this plan of nt th ir eouiniiiiee inei lasi 1 hi Miaj . ipnoinl ueeting, unted up the vote nisi nt. and proceeded to delegates A mass nder the lead ol -itccotton . convened ami 1 name another set of tea to 1 li.' . ult of a list tie le ot at 1 It is all i. al fight In tie nice between lion M U Smith ami Hun Kdwnrd Uobb for 1 iiugress it has been impossible to obtain ii 0111 over the district ray definite 1 cturns, but Al 1 Smith ami his friends concede Mr Bobb's noiniuatioai. The 1 'omniittee moats nl Histnaiitk to morrow to east up tin M mil- when t he exact result will he shown We believe Mr Smith has carried live and potsilil) -i ut the clevei unties, one or inula Inrgi majorities and several ari eer) slose. This county, eon Iran to the exiieeiattoiiM of Mr Smith's friends, gave Mr Bobb a majoritv nl 162 ttf this and the , . . ..1...... ..... iliini'li'-e tii.ii . II annul we max have something lo sa) nexl week I' was industriously cirou lated hi many places thai Mr. Smith 11 1 rporation man, hut we know thai tui tin past fifteen years Ins political affiliations have been against corporation domination in I the part) The corporations were il -nl iicruitiul hiiti in tin.. mihiuiIwi ! ami Hon. .Mm 1 in I, Clanly. (letl eral Attorney wf the Missouri Pa cifli Knilroiid never made a more hittei light against Buy candidate l . In ijul uomiist Mr. Smith. I is I even Itnuditig on the streets in i; 111111I Piirmingtou buttonholing people II neill) mid influencing voters against him 1 Ti.mksI but even with this Mr. Smith's 10 wen I linuii town gave lntn a majority ot 1 cop) Iji'j votuK Other corporation in I Alienees in the county were also Onel brought to bear agaiuat him But gton s i Mi Smith n a Democrat, ami says Riviuglho will givi tin tiokel his beat sup 1 have J port on the stump and otherwise; in the thai he is a eamliibite for tin l)om- nign-s-1 ocratie nomination for Congrcas should two years hence, ami will trj the l-siie llgllin In fore I lis people Vote tor Circuit Judge The vote of the primary elections im the nomination of a Democratic candidate for Judge of the Twenty Seventh .liulieuii Circuit by ma jorities, unofficially announced, is as follows; Anthony Burks. Madison, su Bollinger, .T7- Perry, . ."1(14 . (ienovieve Praucois . - - 100 IMS Iss 17MH EXPOSITION ECHOES. ir. iin- Oblnese exhibit .it ihe worm's fulr there In one van thai wn noli! re- ientlj iii Pektni forltn.OOO, Eitmiuict ClSMnrc ItsCmail nan writ, ten a tare, itansa tijjLn toi the igsmlai eercinonlsi at It Louis The maale at sy Prol John K Palae, of Harvatd. Thn i.iraiil s. arahllahl In the world us been romplettO and tested at an elec tric plant hi Lowsll, Mass, The nHutblaa welhi. 7,000 pounds, Is er T, .LTie eeili ainlli- power, aad proisctaabsamotUgUaavaa feet In luuni ter It will ba usifl for sd verttsti c pargoasa nt the world's fair. if nit promises an fulfilled, the Dotted dtatsa srlll have royal visitors gators in-rt summer Ho far thie hVS SO- " d thMr latsntlon to visit the land il He rne kuik i,i-ovii,i of Belflum, Iiik HsBsleh of abysslnla, the erowa prince nr Qermaay, t in- crown prlncs of Sweden snd the crown prince of China The t.oiUStiuia Purchase exposition stamps will bear portraits n toltoWa: One eant- Robert R UvtagttOB, mlata r In i-'raiiei wtiuoondiu list thSOSfOtUV ttons for 1 he Louhfiaaa perctuvsa Two snt Thomas Jefferson Three eeni lames Monroe, who, with Uvtaawtoa, oncludcd tbs negotiations, kivc cent PrssldSBt McKlnley Ten cent Map of the Ottttsd BtateB. showlnn tho territory purchased from Franco. The BUinpn srlll bs uliout thn slzo of the Chicago world's fair stamps, Juilp- Parker's iiinnagcru arc oounl 111c: on the support of SOOOgh Southern States to bring lbs number ofbliln- ilmstsd delegsUsi up toMO. JAPS LOSE HEAVILY. Reported Attack on Port Arthur in Which 15,000 Japs are Slain and 3,000 Russians St. Pttsrnborf oabltgrf of th2flri Inn khvk. it is isnnaaad tlmt Foreign Minister Lamadorf has received a message from tin' !i!-miui Consul nt ciii'foo, saying ,lm, u. .iplin,.s,. imi made bind attaek n Port Arthur, and tlmt in doing sii lost 16,000 killed or wounded. The Japanese Heat has not re turned to Port Arthur sinoe May l.'p. when they lost two Inn battle ships, which strnok minesand wen' ,1 in ,U-1 . having to he tow. il away (lunboata ami torpedo boats re tnrnad off Port Arthur Mai 10, when th" Russians succeeded in finking a small gun boa I ami two torpedo boats The Russians are now confident of holding Port Ar thur with the .'ii. null men sta tioned there, asolnaive of the navy and the crowds of mechanics work ing on damaged ships, all of which except two am ready to rejoin the fleet. The entrance to the harbor, which w as blocked bj the Japanese dnkiug a number of vessels loaded with rock, has been cleared so that small vessels now pass 111 and out freely, while the forts on the laml side ol Port Arthur have been oom pleted ami are now prepared for a severe COntCKl GENERAL NEWS The Ohio Democratic State Con vention will proliably not give any instruction for Prcsideul The (hio state Democratic ('on vcutinu a'hich electa delegatea to tin National Convention met Tuns da) rranz Theib 11 retired grocer of Si Funis ami 11 veteran of the Pol ish revolution of 1848, died in that citj on the '"-M mst A seven year old girl of St. Iiuni, Fuse Ualca terra, was killed in st Finns last Monday with 11 I r keg thrown from a window The ronton Register annonncea the marriage of Thomas Dunn and Miss .lane Lo) ll mi May 1 5th at Annapolis after a nourtahip of fif teen years Tin Democrat-News says there is a rumor that Catherine lead mines has Inmii sold lor g,'tOt..)U0 In Many Can (well ami some New oik capitalists, At Hardin College, Mexico, Mo,, during one of th Uage enter tainments, some rascall) persons exploded a homh on the campus and cut the electric wires, leaving the audience in the h,i k . Tin second trial of State Sen ator, 3. L. Jewell, charged with soliciting a bribe, is in progreaa al Kansas City. n ins first trial -even of the jury stood for DOOVic- tion ami live for accqnital . Kansas decides to uxpunge from school histories the story that lien- eral Punston swam the liag Bag River, on the ground that the story, which u'aiiieii the Kanaan his present places, is fictitious. Alter strewing Dowers over the grave ol Alfred F Keady, who committed suicide Inst week, .Miss Florence Thompson, 23 years old, of St. Funis, took her life by drink ing acid in Bellefoutaine cemetery. one handled ami fifty persons have du d in .New York in the Inst week ol cerebrospinal mengiti The doctors are completely non plused and do not know bow to stop tin the spread of the epidem ic, I, "ins Fdfii has been convicted of murdering Frank Huff al Mai den Inst December, and at the pres ent term of Circuit Court has been seutenced to he bunged .lune L'4. His lawyers have appealed the ease t 'baa, Minton shot Leo Bolling er in a saloon at Kockview, Seoft county, on the 10th inst., and the WOUnd is likely to prove fatal. Minion is au cx-convict ami ii man ol worthless character, and has math' his escape. President U M McAtes M pars eollegl al Parkvllts, has none lo st. Loots with lbs plsstsr ot pasta ram of Park eolleaja tsunpns The saal hIioh all the Inilldlncs. wnlkn, treea, ete It will occup) a spaee in the Park eollegs department ot the r-Uf-stlrmat Inillilliu:. toaether with many rare foe all specimens, drawings anil othi r arti rieB ot in tarsal In connection with Park K1 lege. The 10th ol June hna 1 n decided iiiwm uh Park eollegs day at the exposition, Km the eoovanlsnee of paesoas de- PliliiM to Secure stats eert Ideates, Slate Superintendent ol Public Bcboola itur rlngton will hold examinations in sev eral seouoni or ihe state us follows: In Jefferson city, at state supsrlalend sot's Ofdee, May 1!7 and 28. August 2 and 27; In St. Ixjitls, nt Central hlKh school t.alldliiK, May 2" and 2S; In Cameron, at hitiii sohool building, May HI and M; in Carthage, at inch school building, May 2:1 nnd 24; In Hannibal, at high school building, Angus! 22 and IS; Kansas City, at Central high sehool building, Annan! 24 and 2.'; In Sprlni;- I field, ut high SCihOOl bUAdtag, August 1 26 and 27; In Columbia, at slnte tint- j verslty building, Dsossabsr M and 27. I Harry Rogers, ten years old, was killed by eleetiie wires at Midway I park near Jopltn, while eUmbtag a1 hrldm while asarohlag for birds' i'kkh. The hut s body remained on the top of ' the bridge an hour tin 1 1 1 the power could be shut off. Street ear truffle was Stopped. 1 Mis. Alex Cameron, living north of Whrrensbutg, was thrown teem a iiur- Ky In a runaway and received Injuries from which she died. I Jackson B, Howard, of Ilosworth, was nned $ir,o In the United States court 111 Kansas City for aeiulluR en Obscene letter thrmiKh the malls. doe run ripples. Mr. F. P. Uraves apeut last week 111 St. Louis. Dr. Hen Downing spent Suttir day at Knnli Fiek. Kev. F II I' Koeth spent Fri day in ITsrmington. Mrs Beeve is vbdting her pa rents ut Mine Fa Mode. Mr. nml Mrs Os'-nr Mover snent Monday in Farmingtou. Mr. Homer Body of ronton spent Saturday ami Bunday here Mrs John (J raves spent last Wednesday in Paruiington. Mrs j, T. Burks of (farming ton spent Monday in Doe Bun. Mi George Mitchell isn Dew sub seriher fur Till. Tl.MKS this week, Mrs Truman Belknap ia attend ing the World's Fair this week Mr Stearns ol St. Finns was seen in nut down Saturday and Sun day Mr, mid Mrs. Mike Shelly spent a few days last week in Bonne Tern. Mis.-. Bvelyn Brnoe of Dealoge is visiting her aunt, Mrs Truman Belknap Mr Socrates Neal left last week for Boillie Telle, where he has w eiired work Hon M Ii Smith ol Fartuing ton spoke to 11 large audience bare Friday evening, Mr John Uriffard of Dealoge -'nt Friday with Mr. F X Thorn ure mid family Little M iss Alu e 1 Im ner of Farm ington is visiting her grand-mother, Mrs. Uruner. Mrs Adeline Wood of near Karuiiiigton ia viaiting Mr. ami Mrs Melvin Mat; hews. Mr. ami Mrs. I'arker ami son, Unorge, attended the basket dinner at Three Fivers Sunday . Mrs. Politic Blvins ot Blvins spent 11 few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Flvins. Mrs F l. tiravea ahd daughters, Mrs J . V Braham and Trixie, spent Friday in Farmington, Messrs Bleeoki (liessing, John Murrill and little Bryan Mnrrill of Farmington s t Inst Friday here. Miss Myrtle Hixemorc and little Maine ami Marion Belknap spi-nl Haturda) ami Sunday in Bonne Ten,'. Willie Wadlow ami Bonie Barn ham of Belleview spent Saturday ami Sunday with the former's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs MoONM Wad low. Misses Sulla Moon, Uraycc I'ark er. I'earl Poleal ami Master George I 'in ker spent several dnvs Inst week with the former's mother, Mrs, John Bobinaon, near Stono, Mrs Leonard Howletl and child ren, Itoy and Eaelle, and Mias Salla Moon, who have been viaiting the former's mother, Mrs. McMnllin, returned lo their home in Charles ton last Saturday, accompanied bj Miss Asxie McMnllin, who will visit with them several weeks. Dr. John Uraves has retired from the practice of medicine nml has accepted u position in his father' office us assistant superintendent Ills many friends regret to lose his services ns physician, hut wish him su ss in his new Held of labor Married. May 18, 1904, ill Iron ton, Mr. Lawrence Delaoonr and Mi-s Delia Eienderson, both of this place. Kev. A. D. Burriss officiat ing, Mi.-s Bmtna Keeling nnd Mr I'reston Heck wen- the attend ants. .Miss Henderson j urn. of our popular ami beat young ladies ami only daughter of Mr nnd Mrs F. It Eienderson, Mr Delaeour is a young man ot upright Bherac tcr and a prominent member of Uniou Sunday School and "The Advocate of Christian Fidelity." being one ol Ibeofflaers. They will reside in Hoe Bun, We extend congratulations and wishes for a long and prosperous married life AT HOME AND ABROAD. Marquis ol Oouvlon Bslnt-CjT, whe died recently In his Ichty-nlnth year, was the Inst survivor of tin peers of Krance fioris Saratuff, the Bulgarian chief or the Insurrection In Macedonia, has or dered 11 light hot strenp automobile for next season's campaign. IlusKi'Murf aewspapers announce the (tenth of at, armless painter named Rie. pen, who bscams quits noted for hit genre ph-tuns He painted with his toil toot Man of his pictures are in Kiih land Justice Bennett Van Rlcsel. of Trenton N. J . oldest supreme conn fustics on thr bench, has rsslgaed on advice of his physician Justice Vnn Sickel wns Hist appointed to the supreme court lunch In lRC'.l; he hns been reappointed every seven years since thnl dale, thOSSSf Ulnl continuously 3,ri years. SCRAPS OF INFORMATION. Small farming is constantly Incn nslns In Itussla. The ranRe of tide at Panama Is M feet ; at Colon It Is only one foot. The minister of agriculture In Prnssls reports the practical extinction of the foot and mouth disease In that country The first dlBeovery of ooal In the t'nlt i d States recorded In history was In 1K79 at a lorslltr near the present elty of Ot tawa, 111. floastcd s-rapeseeils arc uned In soms parts of Oermany as substitutes for cof fee One man claims also to havo ob tained three quarts of good oil from 20 quarts of seeds. FINANCIAL FACTS. The bonds of the Philippine Islands are quoted higher than In HI: h consols. The budget for the city of Paris foi 1!I04 amounts. In receipts and expenses, to a total sum of $l5,0ti.1,475. A projxMiltlon Is on foot to ask con gress to appropriate S1K),(HX),000 to bulb a grain canal from South Dakota to (lab veslon and the Gulf of Mexico. The returns of the work al the Paris mint In 1903 show the value ot gold coins struik off for Prance and its col onics ns I17.822.C20. silver $.1lC,7CU, nickel $800,000, and bronze $108,790. PARTY VISITS GETTYSBURG Sir llenrr Mortimer lnrand Was K- ititllMr with Mntn Sftdi llr t .. 11 1 . ,..! I nii Armlen. OsttyshUrg, Pa.. May 2.1 Sir Henry Mortimer lliiraml, British ambassador to the l ulled Slates; assistant necrc tary of war. R B. Oliver; MaJ -Hen Wallace F Itandolph, 17. 8. A.; llrlg lien. QsorgS II Davis, Col Hubert ros ter. V. S. A . who arrlvwl here Satur day Sight from Washington, and vis ited the battlefield Col John P. Nich olson, president of the national park commission, acted an guide All were surprised ut Ambassudor Duraud's fa Btliarlty with the moves made by the Contending armies on this battle ground Blltt da7 evening an Informal reception sraa tendered ihe stattom at the office of tho national fiark rum- mlasht HAS DESTROYED THE FILMS H'mMmstIMI e..li. M1.1.. 4uloU WurU nf l,.vltlr n. mi' Sclirnier. Washington, Miy H. MaJ Sylvester, be rnperlntondant of solies, has sa nouncid thai bs hsd dsstraysd ail the illms of the moving plot ares taken on day or two ago by tbeairu-ai parties on thS SaSI I rout of tho oagltol building. when President Koosevell was Imper sonated in the act of ralamg a ticti I Ions negro Into hl-i carriage The po lice authorities say that ibis close; the in Meat lletntiiril to Llti- ni llitrKlur. IndlhUnpollS, Ind May 1$. LoUUl iv Irhaflaer, driven from boms by two children by a quarrel with his wife liter -'- years of decent life us a BUV L-hlnist, returned to hie life as a burg tar. only 10 fall from a window ana break his in ck 1 1 i-t body was foiiim In an alley under the Window of 4 room In had lOQtsd Siilelil,. t Mm in Im La ports, ind May U. Mrs Julias Cutiii. wife of 11 Wanntnh banker a hove fortune ws sreseked by rail road 1 peculation, ami who went west and died In a hOpsleSS effort to re incve his Loot fortune, has committed nitetde al IV sua tab by hanging beraslf UaMblvS Aiii in- wiie. Tnromu. Wash . May 11 -Aflei cainblliir all of his personal effects Vjce iiui inn. a Ntaqiwlly reaervatlon Indian, linked bis klootebmaa and lost her The an' luirltles learning "I 'he affair, force, I the victor to renin: ihe win- iu the husband. Hull rlKlll-r l.i'llie. Mexico City, May H The bull light- sra who were engaged to give perform saeea at the St. LouIk eaposltion have left here fur their destination. SALEM NEIGHBORHOOD Mr- l.ee IhMUeM i" very sick Prol. .1 IV Hoy aisde a huslaass nip tu II11 1 itun M'adaasda) the wrliei 1- Indebted to Mr-. Hal lie Hall (ul leeeid aufs. Mi. ami Mm r horns Hradlej of Fsriningion were hare Pridsy, liun. Pcier Honk ui sic Ueaevlaee was iii Ho- lie, oily a lew days last week . Kail ami Paul Tuilcy nl Si. I. mils spent Bundajt anil Monday here with relatives .Mi s Jessie drsyson ol si. bonk la here visMIng her parents. Ml. anil Mi- Wlllflrsy Mr. ami Mr- Will Parks ut I aim laglon were g-uesls ol Mi ami Mis. .1 11 Ortea Bonday. Mis Mottle Htrsoghsn ooaiplated her school at Kbit Kiver I-1 i 1 lay anil came hmiic Saliililay She hsi been Sleeted In the same position lor next year. Quite a leu people from liifforonl pints ul the BOUnlry aad several towns attendod rorviees at Three Hirers Hun day ami all -pent a must eujuyablc day together llsutnlag tu some good gospel until-, tooing Iriends ami par taking Ol the nice BSlsblet which were plentiful. Sunday al Thriv Risen Us pi 1st chinch was the scene el a mosl plea- iug ami enjoyable event, both soolsllj snd spiritually, the day being the reg ular annual communion services (or the members ul the church. Ami a special effort was put fort h In make STery one have a pleasant lima. In spite u( ihe rain ill the morning, there WM a IsygO anil attentive SUdlOnOO, Kev ltncvcs prosched at a m (ruin the text, "Unto you, therefore, Whioh believe lie is precious," 1st Peter, 'J 1 ; Iter winch eiimiuunimi sorvloa v;l boW Then ilinner recess came. Our ladies did mil neglect to prepare dinner ami justice could hard ly bu done to the many good things to be eaten At 'J o'clock p. m. a nimn bet of people gathered in the church where thev lislcnetl with priiln to the dedication sermon p reached by ttsr C. L Ballard, from the. tcvt, "Thai no man lake thy crown." Kev. St. Alter which Mr. .lace Turley offered the iliulicalien prayer Mrs Maude Whelcn SO ter as nrgSOlSI (Ol Ihe day's service, she proving herself a faithful, worthy servant The choir was assist ed in sinking- by Ken net! Byiagloo. Much good was iiccomplishetl ami Ihe lime wns pleasantly spent by all pres ent. g Osm. The feud between Murpby aad McCarthy in New York threatens localise a serious Democratic split in that Slnte nml Iriends nf .lodge I'nrker, ns well ns Democrats not in vol veil in the tight, are trying hard to bring about peaee, Stale Senator J. it. Jewell wns seqnrttad at Kansas city last Tnea- dnv of the eliarge of solieitini; 11 bribe in connection with the nltim. leirislfitinn At his hrst tria the jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal. C. I. Hawkins, who killed Hur ry Cover in Kennett in .Iitutinrv on iiecniint of his attention lo his dauglfter, was acquitted last week on the grounds of selfe defense, as Cover struck Hawkins with a Olnb before he drew his pistol. The verdict generally meets with ap proval after tbe testimony was given. &R.J. W. BRAHAM, 9j9 ESIDENT DENTIST, FarmlUKou. Mo. klntU i't ilfhtitl uporntluitri with tlir UX' nml MOM AppMVtd ApfttMUIOM ami isiMMiorts. All worv vuiiriiiitfM'd (u iMvi sut gfari inn. - unlet' nt ivnIiIpii B H. MARBURY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW an 1 1 PaosaccTiMO ATToRsar Fnrmlngton, jvi 0 ogles m nourt Hoase. W. S. ANTHONY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Farmlugton, rvi . . In trTi ui an theOourtsof Missouri. Ha omce in BsalU iinii. unit M. R. SMI TH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Fnrmlixgtou, ivi - .. pn m TU hs in all tbe 1 mirm ul Southaasl Missouri, ttie st . iiuts uourl ut Appeals ami Hie .supreme Uottrt . (MUes 111 at, Krum-uis tx. hank buildlas EDWRD A. ROZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kahmikiitok, MlSSOI'RI. w practtcs in mi tbe oourtiol Mil oust, as omce 111 aealtr aaihUag W. H. YOUNG. iTTORNEY AT LAW. NOTAKY nmUG AND justki: U TUB PBACB FARMINGTON. MO. once In la-.Uso, w wiiismms' auUdlns DR. E B. BARROW, - DENTIST, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI oi l 11 1 Suite Nit i It. -nil j llalldlua, 'I'li. .in No. TO. HesMMNv No. ITS DR W. L.WINN, IfSH YSICI AN and SURGEON, " Fnriuiugtou, Mo, uriii i is lo.o.n in n.i.iNii SOoa IT. 'I'llnM: Is. DR C. R. FLEMING I I i VSK'IA N, Fnrmlngton, : Missouri. 1 mice in Hsalty Hulldlns. iii-uik i'iionk 1 Basinaaoi 1 si Su. T7 1 No. Ill OWEN A. SMITH, M. D BYE AND BAR, AT FARMINUTON I'uewlar, Tbueadss met aatuedsr. Oglei llr. Iti.liiiisiin's lliiililine. AT FLAT RIVER. MondajTi H'istneadai ami Prlilaj DR. R. FUGATE, .p.OtJL.ISST, VJ Pm nilotiioi. Mo fill 'Kt 1 U.sttsntlon given lo an dlssssesnl tie- gya vimt tt m 11 write. Office In Realtr Building, R.iom No. 17. liUWARI) C BARKOLL. tdvcrtistng tOriter, Parminuton, Mh. The writing of Retail Advertisiag .mil Business Literature. H. B Ledbetter, INSURANCE t-'i 1 1 1 . TOnNAOO rijATE ' : I . V n n ACCIDENT. Best Compacts Represented, ROB'TsTETLEY, "" WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware lOrtana, -lauoa, gewtn Machines - and Attachments Pai'iuiuston, TVX . "yyATCIIKS ANI OMOKI . . . . . . crLBSJtao am BapAiasn NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Notice i hereby y;ivcn that sealed hiils will he received by tin- andarafanied till line o'clock p.m. atondajr, the nth dsjr ul Juue, 1904 lur repairing anil rchuililiu the Spproaches anil wood spans ami the COnatruetion of two stone nlnitmciits of the bridge over Wolf creek at 'he Kick us Pord, on roail Iroui I''artutni;ton to Connty l'iirni. All work tu be BOPS in accords occ w ith the plans ami spscifica- tiuns adoMsd bjf the County Court an 1 on tile in the County Clerk's Office, The successful bidder will lie rcipiireil tOgist IhiiiiI nml enter into contrai l, as tin-law directs. Hiils may lie file 1 with County Clerk. The Court reserves tbe right tc reject any ami all hiils. Sam'i. 1, Asatmv, Konil ami Bridge Cotn'r. May 10, 1904. Administrators' Notice. Notice l liereliy Riven Hint leiterorail inlntiitriitlun were gruntsa totlie unilers lioieil liy Hie I'rolmte Oourl ol HI. Kraneuli count)-. Slltiinurl, listed Mm W, MM, on tie- estate ol m 11. 1. 1M I' II All. K. in-eeaned. All oeriona linvlnu cliilnu nintlnst tnlil eatute are rt-uulreil tu exliinit tliemtotlie AilBtlnlstratar for allowsnea within one venr tnirn Ihe ilate or BSM lei t ere, or they limy lie irecluill rruni nny bSMSU Of SUM etaSs, anil ir not exhllitteil ror allowunee within two yenm from ihe ilnte ot eant letter! they will lie lurever Imrreil. MKieltli 1 I'll'KIN, AOntlnUlratnr. May IT, lu. A POSITIVE CURE TOR 8ALG IIVA1.1, ll(l QUI8T8 : Arc ou aSlatS of lbs fact I bava the largeel assortment 1 f fine perfumery (made from flowers) tniseityr I make it a point to carry in si n k ai .ill times ths newest creations, HJrSAT au.l if you aie foml uf fluSWIS and the perfntaa made therefrom (as every lady is) I aik you to ComS ami lutspact my line. lie ntOSt popular mlors jast now witu me arc the following: W hite Rose, Car- aetion, Mak, Purple Ass lea. Crab Apple nios- sums, White UhSC, Bogllak llnwlhoro lllos soois -hut of course I still cuntiitue to carry the SUM complete aSSOftBMMSl of the ol.l fnvoritcs as heretofore, It costs yuii nothing to come nml et a smell E. M. Laakjnan. ITJ arc alwa) - welcome to come tu "tir place. Vou notice we have chairs in which you can -it ;ttitl talk anythinj; ni WAQt t lint it we tell you ol tin' hargaina we have in Farming I mplemenl - vou just asl; ns to show Mm CULTIVATORS, WAGONS, BINDERS, PLOWS, I V ou have no Bintk-r lei us tfll you how our can be bought cheap, ll you have our let n st'll oii tin- Twine cheap. 1 1 don t c i-t a cent to nee u hat we have, antl are alwava here to ahou vou. CLAYWELL & BRADLEY, Farmington, Mo. PARIS GREEN Illite Vitrol, White Arnertic, Lon don Purple ami Insect Powder. We buy them in large quantities anil ean give you the m t loweat price. We can also supply you w ith stirax mg receipts with instructions how to uxe them. CITY DRUG STORE. ST. l-KANUUIb' UUUNTY BANK h CAPITAL STOCK $30 OOO SURPLUS $7.0000 f Tllos II STA.M . Ptst'l J. M. MOW"S. V.te Pn t ,. I COVER, Cm1 ,1 L lues 11 MentTMt unnkinB bosiorsi mttntnt turn rfsposns; -i 1 J icr cent Insarsd aaainsi Buralary inina oeean Arrnioai smi inuirsatM 1 orponitain OtkBCTOKS: 11 -i ui ii. 1. MiiiiHiK . I . 1 I . . 1 . 1 .1 . .11 ,. 1 U 1 . 1 - 4 S CLAY, I. U tit'CK, 11 v FUiMINO, L m Attorney nt Law. Notnry I'ublk. Notnrj Pnblk f I . ff QLAY, BUCK & ABSTRACTERS, N Olllce In ' I realty REAL ESTATE, building. INSURANCE and J Tetcphonc No. 7t. LOAN AGENTS, i Parmincton . St. Francois Countv. Mo u mm - sst - r IVtvvvvvvvvvvovvvvvvvvvvv vvt .lA;Ht II 111. It!. I; tU KINDM urFAKM IM I'l.K.MKNTS SJ 0 11 SPBOIALTY Aktk'i.ks OF HOUBSBOUD OOKVKNIBNOI All kin.ls ul .Spin ting Hdppllss Bruahes, Peathar lluatara, Brooms, Toya, Novell ins, RJto, PA&MINOTON, Ml) ) OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOO THE OLD Fiiihn i Bod ling ll Makes iireot aonn action with all trains on Uw M. B, &. B. T. H. B.j iiIbo oarriea the muii. Pwparwd to carry nil express nml froiirlit oitlmr to nr from the station. S. A. BYlrlGTOfl & BROS. PHONE 123. OOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO ilnve ymi Irlands OT relative in St. , Loniaf 11 mi w hy not aava tbeta aoasa n r'araiington, board st Btaswood 8smliisrr, ami ouwill kill isro birds wild one ItOBf gel a n-il limn llieni I and do tbeni invur by nailing them out ot the heat ol the city into 1'arni I ington, srbors they may lake dclight- I tut trolls) rides in the evaalag, rest I under ihe bis iraes at 1. imvvn.nl nml ""' 5 tent ROAD V "AGONS, SURRIES, BUGGIES. nnd TRAPS npl I is year you w ill have to hurry. That means you w ill have to grease all the old machinery and all ihe new'. We have the il good oil, lard oil ami lubricating oil; so il you are k'oin to 11st- nil ne iin good oil, bj getting it from n. Mowtrs and all kinds of Hay Machines nftresi al roll I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1, "ii 12 mitntm lime tivtMtnit R. n. SWINK. s I'KIIIIIMIKII I. . K 1 i, II . a sa in, FLEMINC, h y Hardware OOOOOO OO OO OOOOOO OOOOOO OOC OOO RELIABLE I - -s-,?