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A USTR A C 7S Here vou get services of so expert n'n- s7 h' I Y(7; ittaotor nod title exsminef, REAL ESTATE RENTS. OVK TBNANTS ARE PROMPT PAY. X i TTTJ.--.. Mrt. Pannlo Wilcox ol Bloomfield II ItlDAY, OCTOBER T 1904. COUNTY OFFICERS. Mill.' MIMtOt ' UiiiruiDUtln J" l" M freallllng Judga L'o Court C. T. Ti ixnch ...um Judga I 1 1 lilstriet ... J. A. m-iuh i ( ,miii hlatllrt. AI.LMM II I I I hi treasurer I'nxwulloK Attorney taaaaaor '...uni Kurveyot m i"i" tahcxil i nroralaaloner., U. II. NAYIOgB J. (J. w n.i UH . ,J A. !. KhM I. HUM gWHIHK g.J lll.KM KI II M. Ml KFH1 ,B, H. M won hi ,KU HUM. Ion M l L. Aaln III ...ItB. A. 1. KViK A. II . AMU COURTS I IIP I I LIU 111 teralttl stondaya A Anthony, Mta lu) . iiKu-t IM Hi! I Ml Ml I Hi . May VUgl riluii ITI i III mo i April, .ii Kirtl Mondaya in IMni M iti.iiiy h In Jan ii ,m. I IN'tnlwr CHURCHES I'm -hi 1 1 in an lt'V . I. U tin 1'roacldng Nunday "' " inn. Kurnlay Hehool ut '. II hgl.AN, aupeftntendont n etlnaaday evening. IttCKOg I'a Ding and even II III . WM ll 1'iayer muut Iiik M i i gonial l.i'i .ii m.i -. Pagtor- miirnliig aii'i v n .i in . M i I'raj.i iaj ... -1 li M in -l ..Kl i i, It ginrnlng tm-i H hi a in I M ri gj .1 a i ii IIAI i I'l I'Vi'lllll'.r 'III I 1.11 ll -II iJUgmTtAH ' I'.mi.u l'i. gi anil OVi nlltg ri , 'II Kl. .i ill U. U K 1-rearhln erery ennoay ii i ii , gundgy Rcuool at i I'm kin. -a"'llnt'iid"nt . cry Wedneaflgy evening. II iil-Ali HI v. W . K. HO ri .'.K'tiinK every gundgy ningi Hondgy School ut K. KlUot, gupertntend't. ver) I' lni silay evening meeting i' ictiVk adneadgy i i ,,i '.i in a in., ft. in i ii i.i ii. r a liu. i. man. hing ''m i aundgy morning Kunday Kehnol ggry Sunday ,i - i i 1 1 . auperintendnnl I KonunSO, MOtol itn aumlay munium except In roq, n . regldenl pi Ural lit I R I B T R R '1 I llll linn M. Kivereide with Strive St. Loulg. S;45. III. i any p. in. 7:1st1 n An 1 i-k S. J p. ;i p 1:111 K1olng. mil Leader. :it kinds Mr, Ollic Mnybcrry i ' Kelrvieltot Hu ll 111 C. (it I 'I mi- 1. mini Uador. Mi- KnmioM (rain si Louis. Inn nrr- tn lir had at ik ligi rotnrnei Sugar-curod hams ami breakfast bacon nrr iilwuv- In -li ami tlie rijjlil pi ii i' at Klgln'ti Mcn'i Clothing 3 -button, doable- braajted, mllltgr; oat, nil np-to-dgtf) at (iramJ Lggdor Aii iinibrclla lias boon gsnt to this oAog to bii dtlifsrad 10 ibe owner on iniiut !y ilvM'i Ibing it . Boys1 knoi: panta al otir iloro have alwgyi been gttrgetive to purougierf . Call now Hrand Leadw. II you want greddlng nr birthday iriMitn, In: sure ami eall l Tetig'l Jewelry Store before buying elsewhere. Fine line of yoong mon's iiwcll suiiii not a oarloadi but boaotllol a OrtHMOl while the last. (iraml Leader. Mrs Uoorge Bliby ami Mi Uoraoe Long of flamillon, Untarlo, arc ben rUltlng their iiitor, Mr. (imrjip M. WlUon. The M It ami II. I . will sell daily rutiiiil trip tioketg, with scvi'ii ilayn limit, tn St. Louil, until oloae of World'! Fair. Kev. Leonard R. Jenkingi peetor l tin1 M K. Ciiurob, South, will return tbi week, ami 1 cai'ii Bnudgy morn ing ami evening David Blaok returned home the lat in pari ( hurt week frnm Colorado, where he hail been iponding toverel woeka i'i roouporate hi- health. Mcssis. T. S. Cih-, A T. Nixon, .li.liii Vnarirain ami W. II Matkln waul tn Irondale Tueeday in attend took holder meeting of tho Irondale bank. lubfl Dooght) lilt last week lor Waghinirtont 1' C.t whore 1"' ffoea to i Diet Colombia 1 nireralty tn take a pogt-graduato eoune in the law ilriaii nent. Mi-. Frank. 1. Keith ami )ht daughtora, Mi-- Marion Keith and Dorothy are apendlng the week in St. Lonla, tin' gneaU of Mrs Jogepbui Stephen. K lb - Ph Kvv .1. liter, Mh City, Oregon, an' drew Jgokaon ami 1 ami family Horn, nl viaitlttg Mt ilu'i relative . ami Baker . tin-Mr, Horn w ill preach gt Old Colony ohnroh Similar Held Normal So boo trlea yonng people who attend Mi I. Mi K I 11. -itui I hia wei 'i Lougbl in hi'- Fair lb tin pirn For 10I1 1 iui"i tn ii. ii the Grand La a toy oa. del C sou wiii beat make 1 bonki am) aehool anppliei to Fell) '- Nowg Bland. gin ij 1 Bnd a full line f tbr f sinn's at Hereog'g. Vmi nan buy aowing maebinei olioapei ai rotloy'i than any plaoe. Mi-- Bertha Shaw left Monday lot sic. Uoueviuvo tn return to St. Lonla our Soya' aboee am unexoelled. rhi- ii iii gdroit. (iraml Leader. Mi. w:l- day. 11. i ' 1 11 hi 1 nf m ai l ilt Tim 1 Libottyville ofllee Moo- Totley baa Joel reoelved a lining ami all of a gtehea, Jowelry. Hull. Ki lilad lay. Vented A girl . a lamil) ol foot Led better. Mi- Margaret Wil Texas, viellod Mta, thi- week. new line kinda nl ii .lot ami daughtoti ut tn st. Lonla Wed- Itnekins prioea in rudoi I it ami l.raib'l Chaita flu tn iin honaework Apply tn II. 11. mi nl Um hi City, C. It. Fleming Kstremely Ion line. Quick! I onnwanda, N laitliiff telgtlvei v., till' ( ha-. Mill has boon In peel week. Boyg' Knee l'nnt regular U-cent- value, can sell at ii celila. Orand Loader. Mi-. Kate SOOte Of .Mancliestoi' was here I his week viilling her innthor, Mrs t iatherlne Bbraohl Kxtrga in boys' knee pants. High grade 76-ccnts pants go lor it rents at Grand Leader Mrs. Hairy Shaw entertained a few friends at whist, in honor of Miaa lter tlia Shaw of St Louis, T'hnrsilay even ing. County Teachers Association will mod in lloiinc T'crre Nov. II, 4 and ft, nnil an interesting program is being prepared for it. The Sptim tn please the It, by Hrmlltlng Ihcm In enter at an) time, si'leel the atudlee they wish in pntgue, nml gdvanee as rnpfdly as poaaible. Men) will enter after the (all work s done, A snug lervloo ami dleouealon nf church hymns, with ipooial muaio ami eongtegational ainging, ill take the place nf regulat preaching every Sun day evening doling the present month at tlie Preebytorlen church. l.cry body is eotdially Invlled, Hetbert, ami nf Mr. ami Mr. Her la-it Hammond of tins plaoe, was taken tn St. Lonla a abort lime ngo to be treated loi hi- leg, wlihwhieh he had been suffering loi lorue time. It was Inst Ihoughl t bo 1 1 1 en 111 nt ism, but it was diaoovorod thai a bone nf tlie leg was Injured in iomo way, irnbablv from a bruise, ami we understand that amputation nf the leg Wgl deeided up on ns UOOaaaary The operation was In have been performed Wednesday. Mr. 1. T . Ifehrens, mniiiuoo fordov ernot nf Miaaonrl mi the Sneial ticket, made a gpeeoh in the cntirl bouse in this city last Monday night to a small gudienee. He sani iii the oaleet ihat he was not going OVat the Slate ask ing the people In role lor bin at the mining Novembet oloollon, but that hi- purpuse wea tn preaenl the plea he represents and tiy tn gal the vnlera in tereated in the Socialistic iiinvcincut. The gentlemen aeened to be w ell In- Inrmed mi the tentative ptinciples of In- party and Ituently portrayed the blenlnga anoh a ayatoiu of governnonl would give tn mankind, lie made a gniid impmeiion npon hia hearers mid all ggve him oloae gltention. Dr Meracle Resigns. In ,1. S. Meracle has roalgnod Ibe i'roaidency of Carlcton College to aooepl the paatorate ol tho Melbodiat Kplaoopgl Church at Marshall, I nil. He baa 1 n preaidonl ol the College tWO year-, and by his enoil executive ability has made a lUCOggl of It, We regret tn have him and his family leave us, ami i-h them aOOOOaa in his new Bold of lebot. Kev. W. K. Mc- Cormlok, peetot of the Farnilngton M. d the Mer- K. Churoh, w ill a ( 'ollege until a sun acJc is nppolnled. nine charge icaaot tn Hi We want tn Gnnd Lender. ell Open for Passenger Business. The Hoffmen Bnnoh of the M. B, & II. T. railroad, between llnnun Tern and l Creek, will he opened lot passenger service nn Sunday, Oct. Hlh. Two trains will tun each day, oonneoting with main line at Bonne T'erre. CHOICE TMOTHY SEED Klein Gro. Co. Death of Peter Schmidt. Mr. Fetcr Schmidt, for thirty-five yeais a citizens uf Farmiugtou, died at hi home last Wednesday morning, October 6, 1904 1 aged U years. Ho licil been in declining health for sever al years ami unable to attend to bus iness. The day before his death be was out driving, but on his return home was taken with a sinking spell, and gradually grew weaker until he pegged peacefully away gt B o'clock Wednes day morning. The funeral will lake place from the Catholic Church Sun day, the 'Jib InaL, at 1 :80 p. m. Petet Schmidt was bum in Guiinany and came to this country w ben eight years old, his family locating at F.d watdsville, 111. At the age of fifteen be euliated in tbt Union army and aerved until the close of the civil war. After '.lie war he went to St. Louis, where lie learned tho barbers' trade; and in 1 Hi; y he was married in thai city to Miss Harbara Kllcr. In 1 H7 1 be removed to Farmingtmi, where lie nelded up lo the time of his death Ho has buhl several muuicipal oflices, having aerved as Marshal, Alderman ami Mayor of this city. Ho was also a member of the . O, O. F., K. ol P. ami A. 0. U. W. orders. Mr. Sohmidt enjoyed the respect and good will of our people and bud many friends throughout the county. He was a loving husband ami father and very much devoted to his family, who have the sympathy of all in thuir soriowful bereavement. He leaves a wife, three children, I'etcr Schmidt, Jr., Mrs (,us Boyd anil Mrs. liny Tu. loch, ami a little graod-daogbter, Hat tie Sohmidt, besides two brothers, one at Edwardtville, III., ami on, iii del many, to mourn his death. Fall Dress (Jooda, lloaiitiful Line Now and up to dale at (irand Leader DON'T FORGET THAT in on LIBERTYVILLE ITEMS .). C. Crow returned trom ? Fair sjuturduv. tbt WILL (SPEAK IN FA KM 1 NUT OX TO-DAY, FRIDAY, OCT. 7, t I18O p, m., AND AT FLAT HVIER TO-NIGHT. Let everybody turn out to hear tUeeonri'i "Grand Old Man." Crow -hipncil two cars of St. Louis Mnndin . COCKRELL RECEPTION COMMITTEE. The following named Democrats havo been named to meet and reccivi Senator F. M. Cockroll, who apoaka at Fin niington to-day (Friday) at 1 :J0 p. in., ami at Flat Blvot to-night at 7 :3o o'clock : City Meat Market T80S. AUTSEN, Prop. Ik-st meats always on hand, 2' per cent, discount on cash Bales. All or ders Lv 'phone promptly attend ed to. PHONE No. 140. County Court. An adjourned term nf the County Court wet held this week, beginning Monday and oloaing Tuoadey, all oflL cors preaeat. Warrants were issued as follows: Win. Boatrifat, mu, care of .lake Wooluni 11 H. Merbury, 1800, quer lei's salar) ; S. J. Hensley, 8ftO, rjuatter'l salary; II. M. Murphy, 187.60, 'planer's gaiety Joe Nelson, janitor; Binke Hardware dl L'ndemk ing Co., 16.60, for burying Nora Kef for; i, A Lawrence, 6, fnr freight, etc , ami M 1 6 0 S fur fees lor quartet ending Ootobei tett; Worrell Mfg. Co., JIITnO, fm invoicci ; l'auly Jell Build ing Co , 40, fnr jail cots -. Penning ton i'inics Printing Co., fM, for sta ll "iieiy, ,Vc. ; Mrs S. Felly, 60 emits, fnr one dozen hollies glue ; Samuel L. Asliury, $16, fm superintending coun ty infirmary: P. B. MoCorttlek, $1.60 for livery bin; L. W. Merritt, road overseer, $61. 86 ( GsotgS HofgOg, $1.66 loi repair work for county farm inmates; Samuel L. Aslniiy, $8.60 for surveying: J. ,J. Knllmeyer, road over seer, $18.60; Sarah Bwloleod, t'K) for trantportation of Prinilla Peir to deaf and dumb school; C. T. Tullnch, County Court jualiee, $11.60; Allen Hill, aame, $10.60; J. A. Bprott, same. $10; H M Murphy, $i lot at tendance on courf. Howards of $100 uaoh were offend lot the eppnheneion and delivery to the shnriff uf the following porsong : Blobatd Kewnan, felonione assault: John MeCarver, fugitive from justice, and Fred Mueller, wanted fnr murder. The clerk was instructed to certify same to the Governor with requcat the! I bo duplicate toe rewards. iiu petition of P. V. Unburn, B. F. Hamilton, J. C. Williams ami others to the number of inn householders, Court made an order to submit to the ipialilied votora of the county at the next gcuernl cluctiou the queation of determining the enforcement of the provisions of article two, section 4 7M4 it. S. of lH'JU, restraining swine, sheep and gouts, in this county. On petition of John It. Highly and others, the petitioners agreeing to pay $180 for aame, the court ordered en gpproprigtlDO of a like amount for I lie Improvement of the old Ferine mad, upon the petitioners paying $180 into the county treasury. Dramshop licenses granted to .lames Cooper and S. ('.. Hij-hlcy. ICIlhl Richard gOQ was appmntcd ''un stable of Dig Itiver tOWDjhlp. Our Dress Booda abow latest fabrics, liniigbt dircoi from rnanufaoturon, hence show an eetonlalilng roduotlon in ptiOM, t ; ham' Lkadrr. KNOB LICK. Miss Mettle O'Bannon mid daugh ter, Miss Birdie, wore in town Mon day. Mrs Sarah Hamlin returned Mon day from the Fair and reports a good time. We are having plenty of rain and mud. T his reminds us Hint we voted against rock roads. Kev. Fred Culmer of Flat itiver was here several days visiting his many friends, and left mi appointment for next Sunday. Come and hear bin, Married, Septembor Hth, Harry Clark and Miss Anna Kirk, at. the home of tho bride. We hope their journey through life may be as bright and cloudleas ns the day on which they were married. Oct. 3. Akoh. Dr. Sol Preeaell. Jhb. Applcbcrry. Kobe Murphy. I. L. l'ago. K. V. Tillman. las. Morris. P. S. Cole. R, M. Talbert. T I). Planer. f. s. Clay. J. M, Morris. Dr. J. L. Haw. nn. II. Highly. B, B. Bwtnk. Win .1 Martin. N. J. Counts. J. W. Highle) . Bryan McCarty. W. V Arnold. W. B. Funk. Leo bono. Tom eleetereon, Judge Biking. Jerry B. Ilurks. ,Nick Kinkcad A. H. Rudy. Cnaa. R. rratt. John Crow. Henry limner. Nat Howlett. I), l. Riven. N. O. Fleming, s. p. Plesdng. V. Urider. R. C. Tucker. D. V- Reese. Frank Hamilton, fudge Sleeth P. M. Scott. John Ualugcn. w, H. Norwine, Joe Dunklin. ohn L. Sredtey. J. H, Cole. W. P. Walker. A J. Clav. ludoeC. T. Tullnch. J. L Oolf. Lee walker, Thomae McCann. HON EDWARD R0BB will speak in this eiiunly at the follow ing nenwd place- OB the dales given below : Owl Creek, October '2, 7 : HO p.m. Biting, " 13, 7:30 " Doe Bun, " ie, 7t$0 " Bonne Terre, " 16, 7 1 SO " Mi. Knbb would like to meet as many of the voters of ail pertioa as pog aible. Don't fail to hear bin. Carpell and malting at l iraml Lead GENERAL NEWS GOSSIP Poetmgater (ienoral Peyne his rgaldenoe in Wasliington ith. died nt oti the A man died in Mobile, Ala., on Sep ti mber 30th of sunstroke, the lirst case during the season. T he canning factory at Doniphan has already gold four car Inads of to- malncH, and is HOW 'holding the balance f its product for belter prices. A telegram from Chippewa, Wis., tn the ollj pies- igyi that a cliaiivail which began Sept. 3d in honor of i'i 't Verbeok ami bit wife is still iii pmgtoss every night. John nml Mart HutOO, who wore in the Dmiiphan jail for horse stealing, made iheii eeeane on the 86th nit . Choy wow lo reoelre a three yean' sentence the following I tiesdny, and decided lo be Iree. Chaituan Taggart of the National Doiimcratic Cnniinitlee declares thai New York, Indiana ami Connection! ire safe for I lie DomOOntlO National ticket, and that WilOOnein is the only really doubtful State. Lieutenant Governor Thome of Ken tucky, Who a Acting UOVOtnOf during tho absence of Governor Beokbam, pardoned n Louisville murderer, will mil be permitted to ninke Democratic speeches in Ins stale iltiring Hie cam paign. The intrrngliong) Fegce Congreaa ut BoetOO adopted resolutions on the 6th iiitemlcd lo bring about an end to the RuetO-JapenOM war. Ily the terms of the resolution the congreaa will ad dress an appeal lo tho Kmpcrori of Russia and Japan to terminate the struggle, and each ol the powers sig natory tu the Hague convention will be formally requested to press upon Rua sia and Japan the importance of put ting an end to war. A Cleveland millionaire named Harl had a daughter who w'ns married to g Baton Tekeog, from whom ahe is now separated. When the Karon was test ifying on the stand, Mr. Hart aaid he was willing to give the Court $&o if it would clear the room nml leave him alone With his aon-in-law, for the am bulance would be needed. One ilcin of the Unroii's teatiniony waa that hia wile had paid $411,000 of hia debta. Trinidad, Colo., was viaitcd by heavy rainstorms last week which oul mloaled on the 1 at in a cloudburst, which struck the city during tho night. Las Animas rivet divide, the town, and from n small stream it became a raging torrent nml swept everything within its boundary away. The San la Fe depot was washed entirely away, with all freight, express and mail that was at the stalion. A new hotel noar completion was entirely destroyed. The Carnegie li brary in process of construction wga badly damaged. There wgi no loaa of life, but the damage to property was about $1,000,000. Tho electric light ami telephone sorviee were badly eripplod, but within a few days were in operation again. In Now Mexico and Oklahoma the Hood wgahed away entire tow ns, with conaiderable loaa of life. In staple dry goods our atock wga never more complete, gnd at very much reduced pricoa. Giianii Leadku "De man dnt's alius lookin' loh trouble," said 1'ncle Kben, "ia gener ally miehtv willin' to turn It over to some one elee when he runs acrott it. ' Mrs World' J. C "I'K'k ' Kuua ilurks visited N A. Kinkend this week and took a siuirrel hunt. Miss M iinie Sebastian returned Monday from a vlell to her uncle nt Frederick town. Ira J. Cushion of Heinics-ey, nkla- boma, is vlaiting Ids brother, P. A. I 'a- In hi uf this place. Asa Stepp and family, who spent last week bore with relatives, roturned to their home at Jeokaon no Monday. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Williams, who have been spending some lime at the World's Fail, returned home Sunday. Theodore Keippn bought a nice bunch of graded steers, nno and two years old, from R, P, Sebastian Mon day. Our booonble County Court has not given this road district enough money I Ins yoar lo buy lumber to re pair the OUlVOrta that are down; but sonic parts of the count) get mck roads ami bridges. We believe that all counties and lo calities have some people in them who do not regard morality, sociability nml religious liberty us anything, and we are sorry to ssy that Liberty villc is nut CAcmpt from lone of this olagi nf pen pie. A da-- whose children curse and use vulgai language, mid their parents auction nil they do or say, is some thing to be deplored, and a I motel ami regpeotabla people ben are long ing for the time to come when their children will not have tu associate with this kind uf children. Fi.i.ix. . . YOUR . . PEACH SEEDS ARE WORTH 40 CENTS Per Bushel if Taken to Hocking chairs and general line of furniture. The place to buy Grand Leader. Voting men's olothittg tbbl is the place (.land Leader. BISMARCK BREVITIES 11. A. Hunt is iiii the sick list this i- flom iii- Tabard Inn. The library will be found at Pelty'i book store, ll is earnestly desired I lint the library be put on a more pay ing basis. A representation of the management Is expecled sorni to see w hat can be doue in this regard T here are over eighty members, and if each mam bet would make but two ex changes a month and FAY for them, the library would soon be in a nour ishing condition. No tickets will be gold, and Ave cents will be charged (ur each book exchanged, money to be put in the slot of the library. It in the cheapest book service we can have, if all the members will do their pint. All persons having inure than one book are earnestly requested lo return them. H you arc in ilnubl as tn whether you owe the library something, give it the benefit of the doubt. Tbli is NOT A PUBLIC LTBB4BY, hut tor tho bene I'M of ils members. week. James Fiillc uf Fredcricktuw n on our street- I uesday, F. 1 Heard relumed home Indian Territory last Friday Dr. J. L. Baton made a profea ill li-it lo Knob Lick Tueeday. Fisher Bbgaet and wife are visiting relatives in St Loula this week. lieorge W. ClgtkgOII and Judge hil lock visited Fgrmlnston Tueadey. S. M. Cartel, cashier of the Irondale Hank, visited Itiends heie Sunday Kvungclist a. K Cloake ia holding a series of meeting - at the Christian hutch . Cbarlea Byen ami wife ut Boiae, Mail", wlin have been visiting the fam ily of Charles JollDaotl, loll fm their bono Monday. Messrs. A. T. Nixon, F. S. Cole, W. K. Melkln ami ,1. W Vcargnin of Farnington wen on oni streets for a brief time Tuesday Work on our streets still progresses. Sidewalks are being constantly im proved ami covering the graded oontota bat- will -non oommenoe. Until the Close of the Fair. The M. It ,v It T R, u. Will aell coach excursion tickets for one fare fur round trip to St. Lonjg on all trains up to and including November 80th, Tickets limited to aevon days from date of salo. UNIVERSAL OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure piles, letter, eczema, nasal catarrh, pimples, sores and etoptlona Of any kind. L'.'ic per mix. Manufactured eolely by F. M. Laakman, Druggist, Farmingtmi, Mo. Peach Seeds Wanted T he undersigned want to buy 100 buabeta of peach teed, fnr which ho cents per 100 pounds will be paid in mere hand iae . Cols & Nixon Mkro. go. If you doubl Ibu advantages of our direct purohgaeg of Dim Booda from manufacturers, do not neglect to price our Novelty Dress (ioods. ( iliANn Ll aOKR. Home Market. U ll.'Ut mils with Monde Murph), our populer sheriff, was mi our streci- one day tlu.s week. Mr. Mm 1 1 1 V has a sluing personal fol lowing hen regard I eaa of publics, and many are the I .iv. .ruble cnmiiicnts upon bis record as an honorable, clli- cient ami ttuitwotthy ofBoef, Victor. Mom lim Meal Mil' V Ion IrlabPotetoae, ... HWggl I'ntUlnt'M i minus Urtad Applag i iniekena r a I rj inn i ihlekana i'.Kirs r nog Applgg, V liusllel . . Buttei r a. in , ins r buangl Baeon tr a Ijiro v a lanow r is aorgbUnl Molasses. suit V lilil Money I rigagwgi v a . I I Vil. n s iii sii tr s.'i .III si received beauties, to be I low pi ices. CoU rush line line of lamps, ild at phenomenally NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ( tlUOLOCK l iuie In buy that Fall Suit line nf clothing at draml Leader Obituary Mrs. Mergam Wigglni died at the hone uf her daughter, Mrs 0, F. Lots, in St Louis, September IS, 1904, aged 60 yean. She was no a isit from Wayne county to bet dangh lets, and while there Wgl taken sick and died very suddenly. Her maiden name was Helen Montgomery: she was born in l atter County, Mm, in 1864, ami married In M I . Wiggins, Of Washington county in January. 1871. T hey lived for some timo at Biemarok. Eight ehildnn wen born to them, scvon of whom nml her hus band aim ive her : Mis. (i V. Lotg of Valley Park, Fred Wiggins of Des- loge, Mrs. Ii. W. Mcl uilund uf Min neapolis, Minn., and Misses Anna, l assie, (irace and Cecil of St. l.ouis. She was a devoted wife, a fund mother and a dOVOUl chtlatigO and lived hap pily with her family until n still small voice said "onine up higher." What OOmfort tu her bereaved ones lo know thai she is in possessiun uf the (ireat ComtortOI of Ihii life the only one in death. c. w. u. Notice is hereby given that the 00 ,i.i 1 1 nrrsli I ii ln-rfl i ifur.' mrlatlna hitsiMB . I. . I I -' - - r. mil uvoul tlie ijH. tiudersiL'ticd, under the name and style of Claywell .S: Ilrudley. wus on Sep tember Jo, 1004. dissolved by mutual 1 DllOettt, J. T. Claywell bllyille out all intetcgl of k, M. Bradley inthetmeineM. All bills lire to Ik- paid toJ.T. Claywell. who will continue the business and who . e, siimes all liabilities of the firm. J. T. CLAYWELL. B, M. BaADLKV. Big H. B Ledbetter. INSURANCE phie. roiiiwAuo rtiATE oLiA aaa ami AOOIUBIxTT. Best Companies Represented. Final Settlement. a is taoraby artvon that tlie Kieeulnr nl I lie eglnle Ol uniler. Nolli s llOU'll aUBOARaR ann HtTBW, DeegoeeS, w ill make 11 nnul etileinimt of said estutu nl tlie next term of the I'iuUiIh ( iilirt of St I'rancils county, Missouri, to 1h' laiKun ami lido ut tiin oouri Hougg In Fanmnatoo la se nl "ciiiinir. on the ggeono Uonoajln m lolier. ISM II. II. UILUMPIS, Kxecutor. m.'iisi . mm. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm q mm mm mm mm mm mm s T. H. CLOVER, ARCHITECT. General Contractor Is Builder. Plane and Specifications liirnished when Desired. F ARMINGTON MISSOURI PHONE OB m r I. S. CI.A V. Attorney nt Lew. J. '. Ul'CK, Notary Public. N. FLEMING, Notary Public. QLAY, BUCK & FLEMING 2 Offlce In REALTY BUILDING. Telephone No. 71. ABSTRACTERS. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and LOAN LAGENTS, I Farmington, St. Francois County, Mo. FARMERS ANi) STOCKMEN Will find nn ( ondij ion Powders honeHf inodi cini's, and appropriate to t he difteawefl of Itorpes and CNlttle. : : : : : : : Not .! Food, But a Hedicine. I 2 ll Box 2C Cents. E. Me LA A K M A X- Ihp MM tfiat Makes I lie Clothes thai fit.' as ill Siiiiis CI Gierse announces the arrival of the newest fall fabrics for uit-. pants and overcoats. All the latest brown effects, in medium and lna weight. Bach suii guaranteed to lit : : : : Suits $18 to $35. (i I ERSE, Your Fallor, f ,K llllll V I 111: Farmington garble Works, FARMINCTON, MO. MRS. E. L SPAUGH, Proprietor. CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY. MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, COPING. &c All work done by snd under the lunervision of nn experienced sad first i'liiNs unrble carver. PHONE 170 Good Clothes Wearers s want sm Good Clothes Makers To make thru clotbea fnr them. Vou ili Bnd them, as well een esceltent line of the Sneat piece gooda and aatnplea tn nrder from at HERMAN TRAIIERNICHT'S, Pnrtnlngton, Mo. Merchant Tailor. MAPLEWOOD FARM. FERTILE, WASHINGTON CO.. MO. I. f HIGGINBOTHAIM & SONS Proprietors, BREEDERS OF Our Herd Hull, fertile Archer ir7l26 ia g dark red, i ibine. in or dinar; fieah 2,010 lbs. He is of the aame family aa Cerenn infoua Archer, recently gold by P, V. Hording Of Wgukeahn, Vis., lo P. O. I.uiulen of Oregon, 111., fnr s.imkj. Wc have VOMUJ stuck nf both sexes lor sale it all times, our herd now numbering .15 head of regiatered animals. We have gome beiiers for gale that are bred to a bull which ia out of the Orange Bloaaom eon we gold aame time ago to Mr, W. A. Betteridge of Coopet county, Mo., fur 55511. Viaitora gra welcome. Our farm is lo cated , miles west of Blin k well. Z. F. HIGGINBOTHAM & SONS. Willow Lawn Short Horn Herd. vi.'-l m Scotch and Scutch Topped, ' Headed b Nonpareil Earl I9I8M. The breeding Cows ill this herd represent the productions of Scotland's and America'! great est breeders, and are the fjet of Hie greategt Beoteh sires of eith er country, NONPAREIL EARL 191014 A FEW YOUNG BULLS FOR SALE. These Hulls arc choicely bred and of nod QUgllt anil will please any one look ing for somuthlng good.. TIIKV WII.I, UK I'lili 'Kli KBA8ONABLE. I nrroaiiondunc and Inspection Invlti'il. Farm : miles fmin IrHiicli v in.u-,, i' miles nortti of Karmlngton. A. AuBUCttON, French Vlllugc. Mo.