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Famiinqton Times
AND HERALD,
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until
ll
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tllltllks MIX
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With
mid nil tin- otl
Huials riepul
will be great!) I
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i cuti nt lew' K'VI
i Tliursdaj tbal the)
Bpl nil the i Hrtt
Sciiublii'ati ljegiUtnr(
ter elcctivi Htitteof
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bom
ifiiveriiineiii
at
.IcfTerson Ch .
utruoK
like in
dingm
there
vanaei
view
Kepublioaii "
tin- nouiitr)
lidenu
on the
whii
i-e nii'l .
will I"
I from
many theories
different points
Now eonei
Ktnce of the
tie railroad ti
ord Oil trni
which all oth
mill insignitl
routrol the
it i In- eooi
the DMuring intelli
urination uf a gignn
h i, with tin' Stand
i in ttoutrol, beaidei
i trusts will dwindh
iiiic
will i"- in
Hunter"!
-tun. mu
lt
entire rnurt
iv. mill kw
traffic will Ii
mortuuitj i
It
oxpacts to
md Rjriten
ii rates us
gar. Here
in "Trttal
exert In-
COUNTY COURT
i ouat Court net la mvjai iesloa
n iho Bnl Monday ol thli month, nil
ln . .ti (- - present fbe loltuwing
He-- ;i- 1 1 ansaoted i
iraiuiliop I loon tot won grantad to
I I Iiiiiiihs, liiii'Vtmv Ii, I lull ICII
i ii i , Blmaraki and Joseph Smith,
Btlhor.
In matter ol petition ol W. T. Near
. el ill., lr aow roadi eorvayot eras
inttrnotod in urey, niara oui sain
road and ropnrl at iuai regular toroi.
r. ll Oarrooi orerseor road uistrlei
Nn it, refigai nnd lilc settlement,
bieh irai approved.
In mallei nl petition n( ,1 Hit
tor, el ("i change ol public road,
ttirvoyor laatraated to lurvey and mart
out proposed ohanga and report at
next term.
Hlmilsi order waa made In petition
M .1 ll Bbaner, at at , loi new roan
The eitltiaoM o4 Maokwoll propue
iH In Inrni-li team ami I :l r to bmil
I i'hi- iiiiii'iulani li)l rein'u ! Wink-
well road, Ibe Court appropriate!
luflloleni nun io pay (nr mseadam
The usefulness "I the Iroodalo aad
Farmlnglon road near Blimarek, when
it was latorseoted and oroMed bj Ihi
Minion southern railroad, being Itu
paired, a proposition ii made ea
i lu'llii'lit (Mltl'l'ptl illtll ulnll'I.V -Iliil
ruad rnwMiij; i- t" be changed to a
iniiit further west. Wm. Traoernlobl
douatei the land required lor said new
roadway, and the railroad eonpanj
grew tn pay 1800 on oonditlon thai
the cnuiily pay a like mm unit fur
making aad ballasting -aiil road, arhleb
agraemonl arai eaterod into by Lbo
Court
WAKKXNT.S I IS VXD,
I1 ll. C arrow, road overseer r .eg
Thoa HigglBbotbani, ore Insane yo.uc
B, I', Casteel, rk on Taylor
Creak bridge 1 1 i.ffi
Jell Higbley, repair on rock road ag.oo
K. Bylngton, deputy itierifl le.oo
r it Glover, payment on Ititirtii-
art building 1,255 s-'
T. ii. Olover, same 'i ts
T, ll. Olover, inma 097,00
W. N, Fleming' patients stBtats
Hospital No, .1 1,683.50
J Braoniag, rtprappiug ap
proaches t" Kli'kll- ford bridge ISS.00
inWi'l -
Ii it eatimuted thai 3(1,1100 Mi
-cuiii id n rats refrained from
voting "ii the Htli P rhaps they
.mi now see the tollj of their in
idi nation t" adrainiater ii rebuke
aotnothing or somebody. Much
things uaunll) strike harden! where
n-i
mrni
1 . iiiul even 1 inte I hej
iliiuk nl ivhnl their
lee
failure ti
era at tin
ialu
lb
il kiek tie in-
it h Kiel
linnuire mid
l I'arker,
Priaen ayal
strong railn
arti
1 inln
Stub
Kcpiiblicmi
mil for I nited
sin ed Senator
promise of fal
t in- Kepublieni
next Legislutm
tori Hint have b
B) stein
wan)
Stal
t 'tic
Kerens,
raiiguiili
nntor
there
THE BIG STORE
WITH
THE
i wr- itfr7-,-iTaws.: a
LITTLE PRICES
FARWINCTON MERCANTILE CO.
WE ARE READY FOR YOU TO INSPECT OUR
STOCK OF FALL GOODS
Our Stock is General in Nature, Every Department
is Full, Our Goods Superior in Quality, Our Prices
Lower than Others Charge Tor Similar Goods
s. l.. Ashury, Mfvtees 5a.
Stupp Bron. Bridge Co . contract
Rickus lord briilgc
1. b. 1 "-k" publiumng ballot 2'vi
Pamingtott News, " 'sf4
Parmlngton Progress, SU-
Prugreu&Q Newsprint, batlota lib,
I VV Wats n snot, lum 140,
Doc, atnckley, -ii 'i conts wood. 111
Pumiington Times, election no
of paying ii what thej
irsl ti'.-nit
it tie
Hi. I niti'd
lib ui nexl
it tt lit nl pub-
Republican landalidc
is the fuel that Sena
will be retired from
stnirs Henate aftei 1 In
March lli long aud
Ik service, hiaatalwarthonealrand
integrity, his acknowledged intln
Btwe in the Senate with men ol
bulb parties, bis ripe experience
ami judgment in public matters,
and the pnriti of both Ins private
and public life, make bi- retire
ment something to be greatlj de
plored I' is indeed b loss to the
State.
Some farmers near New York
have organised 0 turkey trust and
expeol to receive 30 cunts a pound
instead of "J;i cents,
The Northern Pacific railroad in
terests are to discharge every man
employed by ita road who drinks,
I, ast weak there was a wholesale
diaeburgo among their eugineors.
oysters served at a wedding in
Wellington, Kan. , caused tin ill
ness of thirty guests, one of whom
baa' jnst died from tvphoid fevoi
roaulting. Both the bride and
groom are dangerously ill
The Board of Lady Muuagers
will have left about WO.OOOof theii
$100,000 appropriation for enter
tainment, and the) are undecided
whether tl belongs to the exposi
tion or the r s. Government
The American Humane Hocietj
at ita recent session in Bt. Louis
decided that parents are responsible
for their children being cruel, for
the first nreaenti given 'hem
are whips and gnus, and tllOJ ar
tuiiu'ht to use them.
All the Missouri Presidential
Mentors contemplate mukinga tri
to Washington with the vote. Ii
has been customary for one mem
bar to carry the vote, bnt the elect
oh are all so tickled tnal they wanl
to have a finger in the pie,
The remains of a prehistoric ele
phant have been found near Ar
kansas Citv. Ark. They are quits
the largest ever found, and imi i
fort will be made to find the miss-
ini boms. They were exhibited
at the World's Pair by the finder.
It is said that insanity hits in
oraaaad among the prisoners In the
.loliet, 111., penitentiary from the
idleness that is Baforoed, since the
convict cannot work nt anything
tbut comes iii competition with oat
side labor. It is said that nn effort
will be made to supply the convicts
with Statu work of some kind
I H. Wood, sawing wood
Mri Petty, stationery
II M Murphy, wood cxpenss
K C (irokiek, nupplicn
11 11 Hohensctiild, nrehitci
Infiruiary Imitding
Orand I.im.Ki. uimlitu
r, M Kraser, putting up elec
tion lllHltllS
S, I Heniley, inuueal f-en
IS ,i-i ll. ink Note Co., talloner)
n. m. Murpliy, board prisoners
Time Print. C'i . print lug docket
ii M Murphy, transferring prla,
nnera t" St. Uouli
11 M Murphy, ii-tiin! election
1,. 1, nn,: tut unpri n I'liu nt nt
Hirtionn "f ferine road 1 16
Hvan Ik Howard, scarstlling is.t
I K, Higbley, approprlotion old
leriue road. .p.-i
McCorniick s. 81 Co., supplies s :
Dr M H Barber, operating on
pi ni'i.uii rrint. Co., atatfonei ,v 1
iiiituii Hkinner, " '11.2
S j. Ilenidey, orderi paid Haltei
. Mason mi ruck ro.nt
s 1 Heniley, paid fur unloading
tiling i"t j.iit cellar H 7
8 I Hennley, amount paid Tboa,
1 ki.s ,111 lialance old gravel
road appropriation. ...... 1 jo.u
s. j. tlensley, Inojtteat fas Mil 36.6
Cit) Iimg Store, supplies 10.4
ll. Mrt.arm-v. bat, appropriation
mi Perinc road. 100,0
Tn JL'UORS VXll Cl.KKKS OS I I. 1. 1 I'liiN
I Iv I. au-
Ratlin
Cedai Palla
Iron Mountain
Baal Klvins
Haiel Run
Owl Creek
Ulbertyvilte.
Hean'a lebool Houi
Knob Lick
Prench Village
Haxcl Run, extra .
Bismarck
Blackwell .
Wi-i. Ulvlui
Bonus Terrs
Chadljourus
Bogytowu.
Uexloge
Doe Knti
Bonne Terre, extra
Plat River
I ii'i Run, extra
Parmlngton No. 1 .
irtmngton No, 2 ..
'19.S''
18.50
18.00
l8.ou
") S
19.1m
3550
33.65
18.50
26.7i.
SS.SO
7 5"
35 -.So
34-50
.V-5"
53-8U
395
10.00
sa.oo
1 1
33.00
11,50
Sanitarium Notes
Di D c Uaely ami Dr w ll
May Hold of Bt, Louis were guests st
the Sanitarium last week.
Mrs r A. Panels ol Tampieo,
Mas . i- hi the Banliariun lor a lea
lays rest ami reouperatlon ; her little
son, Robert, Ii with her.
Mr- Cliit- lliittcrliclil is much bet
ter ami recovering nioely Iron her np-
eration, which was performed by lit
r'raak Nitong of St. l.ouis.
MrS ii. II. dale of Dc Solo, wb
was operated on by Dr. V. II. May
Held ol 8t, Louis la-t week, is making
a 'ooil roeorery ami will be ah le tu ail
up in a few days.
in I., (ireen of Deslags, who wa
hot in the ankle on the Sflth of OelO
bet, Iho result of which necessitated
the amputation of his foot hisl week
1- making s good rccovory.
Rev. unit Mrs. Rudolph returned u
their Inane in ran last Friday. Urn
Uiiilulph i- olosing his work there I:
order In come lo bis now pastoral
here in tarmington about lbs tir-t of
December.
A must (jiaeiiin- prayer service was
helil at the San itariiitn last Sunday uf.
lernooQ, oonduoted by Prol, Appleby.
lie rcini the 14th ami 16th Psalms fur
S Boripiure lassob. Miss Alice lllner
presided SI Iho piano mid Mrs. E 1
Shaw gave several solos.
The Ladies' Aid of lbo Flat Hiver
Hnptisl Church met with the Ladies'
Aid of the r'srmlngton llaptist Church
in an nil day quilling session nt the
Sanitnr 11:11. A boiinlcuus dinner wns
furnished by tho FatmlaHen ladies
ind tho occasion was enjoyed hy all.
Sixteen lailics and the pastor, Rev.
Atilick, came over from Flat Kivar
We Invite Comparison of Stock and Prices.
CLOTHING.
i tut line is the lu st 111 mak
shape ami style.
$:t 50 to $15 00,
you littb idea of
Sec ami pxnuiini
lilIVS
Men's Suits
llUl tin gives
their value.
the g is.
Unite from ?l OOtoilO.OO.
HATS AND CAPS.
We oarry the heal makes nnd
are particular to gel tbc luteal
ami moid popular shapes, We
have anything you may uall for
in this Hue .
NOTIONS.
Tins Department embrace
everything imaginable Luces
Binliroidcries, Utittons, Itiblinni
Ike., and is a veritable wnmnni
paradiae,
DRESS GOODS.
I n t Ins I leparl ment 1 be names
nl t be fabrics are arions, bnl
Mill lllllsl see tlldUl to Ulow
u Iii tber yon like them or nol .
We think you will, for we hnve
all the ti'e.-best "Full Novelties,
SHOES.
d what tin
Men. women, b
eliililt'i ii mi hero t
want. Shoes are an nrticle nl
dress tlmt people ale partloulnt
about, Ii doosn'l matter bow
particulai you are. wegnaranler
to pleaae yon
Our Line ol
UNDERWEAR
is just line.
GROCERIES.
Always Freeh ami Beli-
t bat 1- what our 1 m
eery Stock is Wo keep a
lull Inn' ol but b staple and
fauoy kooiIs. and can suit
in quality, brand and price.
Von know what you want
W ell. we ha vc
1I1I1
ln
1 11
CARPETS.
Don'l buy a Carnal until
you see out stoek and sam
ples Carpets, ltuo. Mat
ting . We keep I hem in all
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
All Kinds of Produce Bought at Hiphest Market Prices.
Farmington Mercantile Co.
FARMINGTON, MISSOURI.
DUTCHMEN SLELP IN WALI S
Populace of Maarkcn Although Close
ly Quartered Are Healthy
and Bappy.
a eurions oornar of tea world i Maar
ken. two hours' sail botoss Hie Euydai
Bm from buxtltng Anaterdam, aad no
la . eurtoui Its quaiat little houses ami
its -t unjy Inhabitant The atoUd
Dutchmen cling (aaloualy lo their an
cleat iiress and suatoma, and, like our j
president, evident!) d at s crowded ;
bousehold man's bounden duty to man.
Ohlldron swarra llks aeta, and one won
dora host theli Island can hold them
alL a peep into ttie dirnlnutlvfl ami
wholly hi el. us dwellingi Baaalfles th
myslery. so ll Is qutta a re US when
tin, porll) Uucvrow, fairly crackling la
her stareheil cap ami pattlcoats, pulls
imek a curtain from a wail reeess and
reveals tin Maerken prototype of our
Pullman sleeper Bmbroldered pillows
ami elaborate banglugi abow tbs level
of the parental bad, ami In tb spaea
beneath four or VS Of the yoBOgBtail
traiei compactly Into dreamland The
suriiliiB Hinnll fry are llmllarlj -towed
away In some other wall UrsadlUlly IMH
hygienic, says the New York Times, yet
the hrlrdit eyes of the hoys ami fclrls.
their rosy cheeks and atuffedsausaga
Umbe Indicate prett clearly thai In
Mauri. en. at least, bedding bttBUUltty
upon ibelvas lowers neither tone nor
vitality,
VASSAR CIRLS JAPS' WIVES
Oonntssa Oy.mia and Mrs. Admiral
Uiiu Have Taken A. B.'sat Fa
mous Woman's College.
That many Japan as who are promi
nent in the present ar received part of
their education at Harvard is known to
almost everyone everyone, at leant,
whose acquaintance Inoludea a Harvard
mini itut how mnuji peraons knnwibal
the wife of Aiimirni Urlu is u Vassal
gtrlT asks the New Vork Times Mr: inn
was Miss Blngbl MBUghal daughter of
a prominent aoverameul olBclal In
ism -In ami anot lo t .lapnnese ni.ilileii
temati Varna Kawa now Counteaa
Oyama, took Ibalr A r, 'a at Vasaar. on
thetr return to the ni-t the Japaneas
government eapreaaed Ita appreciation
of the many COOrtettlf abown Hu n
dauahters by praaamlng to the ml lege a
pair of magnllloeni Japanese vasea
They land two feai blah aad are of
broBsa ornameatcd with delicate flow
ers of beaten rold 1 1 ourae, the vaaes
are very valuah: ' ,, un ri lally ns Well
as artistically, sad are a em of which
Vnssar people are Juatinablji proud,
They are dlcplayed. together with tha
letter from Japan, 111 11 glaas cabinet
hunt tin their accommodation in the
college drawing room of 1 tie main build-
A POSITIVE CURE
V
nvbjii
. ar n
I
MSfl
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Sotle
M J.X ....
KOII SAI.K It V
hertbv rivM ih. ,1,.
Mrtnarabip beretoioN sxiating between
the undesigned, under tha mime ami
style of ( laywell ft Bradley, waa on Sep
tembei n, 1904, diasolvsd bj mutual
conaent. J, 1. Ctaywall buying out nil
imereal uf R.M. Bradlay in tbelittaineM.
All billaaretobepaldtot.T. Clavwell,
v 1 no win continue the buslaesa anil rho
l as-me- ., llabilltiea of h. f,,,,,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qmmne Tablets. Z
Seven Million boxes sold in past 1 2 months. ThlS Signature, '4- JZsyY
Cures Crip
in Two Days.
on every
box. 25c.
LIBERTYVILIE
1 I'n-nel i- Iml
Ipl !.,lher-
ITEMS
lireihlinii
I. V.
lativcii
L0UGHB0R0
NtOI llllll I:tiinl 1
l.i-i Kiimlni
SAVAGES DESPISE labuk
Rnrdext 1
N A.
A ,M Willi
veek aa
I M il
I 1 Ida
Kiuknail vlnitotl his
count) Mundn)
5 1- alicudl
petn juror,
11 o( Bonne ! 01
lint riiui I Ii"
1. 11 111
Mini K
llarrt wei
1.1 . .1 li
r
oaiuc
Sun
Pn
were
Mi
ind
I H I llli
P ind
laiuril 11
- Annie Huff ipi nt Inei Halordn)
undny with rclativea iinni Kliin.
ill
1 1 M . I.
iii
an
U I'. Ill
terosl in the
.litydea to M
Due linn.
ukuiiHbl
II. Itlni
I Mn '
up I
Pie
rah 1 in- weost,
nl friend l'h
resides In Idaho, v
rillnian last week.
Kid. 1 J, Head ,
meeting here Sunda;
live addition' 10 iho
A M Smith :iml
turned from S lWO-1
Ml. Hmlth -mile- mi
Wa killed IWO deer
Hiaa Bte. Man
home Saturday Iroi
visit to frolads at ,l ii
(Ireen ol Jackson
home ami wl
weeks.
Sll.lH
liteil Mr.
1 a IWI
, Nov
buroli
nln
v eek ' -
Mi Allien Kcmlall anil W II
Kundat wit h ' C biuitus aud
nl alio Porffc 1 in v wore si
pailiml lionie hv Ma-ler lty who
the pani week there
-Jielil
l.lllillv
llllll
! 4:i elnl.l
niipaiij have re
ink's limit, ami
lava, "il "I hum,
j IjI'Vl lil'ls-
is Hie frtthet
yontiffeal child, n Btrl of
' married tn a man tinnnil
gave birth last week tl
lil. ('mill .
tin Hi,
17. who 1
l,el 'lain .
triplets
ani
cbii r
one's
Klnkend returm
m a Ibr week
oksnn, M
nccompai
main hen
K
urissiiu has- neen tnarrieu tiirni
linns. His Drat witv Bave birth ti
triplets three times, ami once Iherr
I were rnur oiiiiurcu at a 1 1 i t it . nnii
Ins aeootid wire bore twins (ivi
times.
iUlul ly
Hem
The eleetion paSSOll Off VgtJ
here, and old l.lbartwlllc WOUl
ooraiie OB00 more ny I Close innrr.
rbe only lliiu ihut tloklOS lis is, thai
the laboring men 111 IbO I. end IIOII
led lo take sueh s bitter 'lose, which
the oompanies will gjvo them wituiii
twelve ii 1 n 1 1 1 - Hoy-, when you have
lo take it, -wallow it down and don'l
-iplll lll, I'll you VOUNI IO Olhe II.
Nov. I I FKI.IX.
day
Kr
day.
J.
Louii
BISMARCK
Vandlvci
BREVITIES
was in tou u
d I lebler Visited He Sole
Mou
T
Km) in si
L, l oiter and id
Wednesday.
Cora Bherrlll Is oonllnod lo his bad
w ith typhoid lever
E, 0, Tomnleton'i new modern nol-
taas Is ti os ring oompletioti,
Mrs. Obsrles Dent visited hei par
eats la Bellevlew laal week.
"Mrs. Ootrell visited the lam My of .1
l. Robinson In Iroodalo Sunday,
Mr- Msgglo Dark of Cnllfornla i
vlaltlag her rnotbCT, Mrs, Cyrus Dent
Rev. Hodges i- boldlog s sorioi ol
meeilngi al lllekory Grove thli week
W in TrUmbleeon moved into bis
new restdou in the Kaat side tlii-
weck.
The Misses 1 1 fir t on ami "Aunt"
Lfaule Dsnl spent a few days visiting
the inir last week.
The Indies of the Baptisl Chnreb
will give s ohuroh soelablo si Ibe bone
of Judge Tullook Tbursda) evening.
T, J Siinnis lias reeovcred sulli
otently Itom bis injuries to bo removed
from Lake Morton's to hi- borUO, He
was seriously burl ill S runaway acci
dent about trip days an.
VlOTOa,
Has Stood the Test 25 Yesrs.
The old, oriL'itinl (iltdM'.'s la-leles-
Obill Took). fOU know what you tt
taking 1 It is iron aad qulalna la a
tasteless form, No cure, no pay. 5lc.
The tourmaline, known as nm
ui the semi - precious stones, is the
faahionable tail now in New Vork,
where thoy retail for from IS'i t"
f.'iii 11 carat . A r nl nonaign-
rnenl to Nan Pranoiaon front Man
Diego county contained anooimnns
nl every known color ami shade,
all witli a brilliant loatre
The World's Pair Ims pniil tin
United Siati . $4,01)0,00(1, Hie full
amount of tin- loan given it last
spring.
Hoi lor the St. Louis World's Fair
Dotaasna, Mo,, Sept. go, 1904,
Prom now unlit lire J ml. tiekel
Will he on sale, Dc LaSSUS, Mo., to SI
l.ouis, Mo , and return; e; 1 7 days
from dale of sale ( not including dale ol
-ale) nt Hie very low rate ol one (are
for i he round Hip
s. U. A 1 1 1 - i. Agent
'd ftfriosn Klsaionary
fa t Perannda Dusky Na
tives Iii Work.
e hardest tash of the mfsaloaars
' i tropical savage la to teach them
1 1 nl I iboi Where every bodll
l Rtippllad freely by nature, th '
motive to work, the earning ol
Inllj bread, Is abaent Hut t he lei
" " I" belni learned Thli was ahown
nine months ago In Turo a oontral
African country lying to the went ol
l.gamln id the fool of the now-ciau
ran;:,' anciently known aathe Mountain
of Ihi Moon The klng'a birth day wn.
celebrated by an ablbltlon of naiivi
work There were MM antrtas, s sauallei
numbi r i lum the previous year, hut th
tandarri was much higher and the va
liiti ereatcr The queen, who waa her
sell u i rlae winner, presented the prteas
ind the kins showed much interest yi i
ten yiar- ago, when the first native Ha
e-anrin mlaalonarles went to thl people
Iboj were sunk In the lowest dapthaol
lavggery. in tiome respects, this eihl
bltlon in the h.nri of the dark continent
wa more Interaettng and remarkabli
ihnn that In St Louis.
FEW SNAKES IN NEW YORK
0op nrhead and Rattler Are tin Onlj
Polaonous S perl en Ahont the
Qriat MetroinliR.
nier th,, country extending tor man
hundred ol tulles both north and soutl
'if New Vork. the Same eniliriielnp tin
Adlmnriaeka, the Oataklll ami Blm
war:" mnuntalaa, there are bul twoaae
eler. of poisonous Bnakaa- the rattle
make iuu! the coppsrbaad, declares thi
Mew Vork World The former may h
it mn i dintlngulahed by the rnttle, whll.
the latter i i reptile of bsautlfal liuer
thowlng rich, reddlah-brown luinda oi
i ii.iei immij -eoior j ti,- tnnils are ver
narrow nn the haek ami very wide OH
tne in preaenting the outllaea of
ntimeroua dumbbell-ehaped mnrkincn
leaplti the proaeaee of these poisonous
waken in the eaatera states aoeldeati
11 greal rarity. The rattlesnake Is
an honeal brute ami uaually glvea ampli
warning or n- praaeaee The eopper
n nd is a secretive apeeies and generally
prefera flight to combat.
I etley
of watehi
jewelry
ha- iual ii
d
nut
new lilt
kind- ol
LAAKMAN'S.
We want yiiu to
name ami place,
mine familiar
that when
Willi Hie
nil net-tl
Pure Drugs
ott will know where to gel them, lli
stiiek is always t'tesli ami be keeps ovorj
thing kept by any other Dun: Store.
PRfSCRIPTIONS f SI'ICIAllV
TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES
His stoek of Toilel and Fancy Artiolea,
Paabionabie Stationery, Blank Books,
Tablets, etc , is Romplete, and the price
nn everything he sells is tichi
L M. LAAKMAN,
Headquarters I
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FR
IST0VES
Chi i iaa sia a
AGE A MATTER OF HABIT.
Renewal of Tenth Mny ne Accom
pltabad by One's Own Will Power
Ponce dc Leon Wrong,
Ilmv ohl are yollt
Journal, The adaae
old as they look am.
feel That'll wrong
-is the Mllwatikrt
i bai women are as
men us ohl a.- the)
A ui iu ami woman
are as old a.- the) taki thi mselvi i to be
rowing old is largely a habit of thi
Blind, ' As a man thlnketli In his heart
so Is he." if he begtnnshortl) alter nnu
die gga to Imagine hlmaell growng olu
he Will he old To heap one's sell frnll.
decrepitude i- aomewhal a matter ol ix lit
power. The fates are 1,1ml to the BUUI
whil hangs nn to life with both hands
He who lets go will mi Death Is alow
only to tackle the tenacious Ponce di
i'ou asarehed in tbs wrong plaeefoi
the fountain of youth It 1- In one's sell
Due must keep one's self yoong InslUe
Ko that while "the outer man perlSheth
the Inner man Is renewed da hy day '
Win n the human mind eeasaa to exi n
itself, when there la no longer an active
Interest Iii the affairs of this lite, when
the human itopa reading and thlaklng
and doing, Hie man. like n bleated trei
begins In .11-- at the um You are as old
aa you think you are Keep the harness
on Your ob Ik not done
The New Potato,
Additional partlniilara about tin
new apeclaa of white potato wblch
Is now cultivated In Prance from
plant- found in Uruguay, Indicate Hun
Ita Importance as a aubetltute for tbs
Irish potato has not been exaggerat
ad. Originally a ery bitter tuber
ihn nw vegetable beeomaa, after Hire,
or four years of cultivation, SB ad
mlrabla food product lis yield is
enormous and It Is exempt from the
maladies that attaek tno ordinary po
tatn. it growa ImwI In moist soil. Its
native habltal belai the ntarahy shorea
of the itiver Starred ea in Uruguay
Itu flowers hnve n faamlae like odor,
mid n delicate perfume lias aimed
been extracted from them After one
plantiiiK the plant perpetuatea Hseif
form the broken roots left In the null
Bars Out Qunckfl.
Neither phyaleUUM nor dentists are
allowed to praetlee in Venexoela un
less they have pasBSd an examlnu
Hon before i hoard, especially np
pointed for sueh i iirpose, at Caracas
After this examtnailoo and the graat
IriK of n diploma . iititllin; the Is.arer
to praetlee In Venemola, ns published
m Ttie nnieint Oaastte, n rorelgner
may praence Bin proreaaioo in mix
part nf the republic
Jape Evading China
a 1'reneh consul from china, inter
viewed by the Purls la lair, says (hut tin
work of the Japanese in China is eitsti
sive and ItH effeels are already atriklna
ami dtaqulstlng for Buropeans Bvery
where Japaneae are to be found organis
ing lbs country ami Instructing the peo
ple. These Inatructors sci as Bplesaad
have even pushed down to the Preach
Tonkin frontier.
Monlcm Qrnve Never Opened.
In Turkey a Mo dem (-rave, when oneo
It has been mint In. In never to he re
ipened on any account With a view
to remove the faintest chance of a pravu
tieliiK thus defiled, the Mo-lems plant a
eypress tree on every rave Immediately
after the hurlal, thus making their cam-
ctertes resemble forests.
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You will find same at
E. C. GROLOCK'S.
I will have the largest
assort ment from ....
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IM)WN Til
SB tor
ea ers.
Ranging in Price from $1 to $50.
Ranges and ( ooking Stoves
Ranging in Price from $9. to $50.
All well known and RELIABLE
Brands and GUARANTEED
PERFECT SATISFACTION
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Stove Oil Cloth Rug from 50c, to $1.20
Stove Oil Cloth lliiulinn from In- to l".
Stove lioitrda from 58c. to 1,15
Coal Hod from e. to "in.
Stove Shovela from c. to .JS
Alan Stove Pipe, I tamper, Pip Collara,
ElliowK, Thimbles, I'okcra, eti al very
jmvepl prices, ifoti ire cordialh invited to
inK'i't mj line and .m , -.11111111 hut airree
A'ltli me in regard i" the above atatement.
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Largest Assortment and al Lowest
Prices in Town.
Alsn I"' sun lo sei tin new line til LAMPS an
OHINAV'ARE just reveived.
E, C. GROLOCK.
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UNION-MADE SUITSI
Thai ii w li.r you irri whi'ii von order nmr xuita tun
J. b IHTTMAX,
Ml Ii' II I'
I 111 nil
I tKniNOTON, MISSOURI
Tim liesl work niiiiraiiload, mmli up from the liral material,
with ntyli ami flniali riulil tti to ilatn,
III I k
in Puhlii
USMIStl,
Nntart 1'iiblh
QLAY, BUCK k FLEMING,
ABSTRACTERS.
REAL ESTATE,
INSURANCE and
LOAN AGENTS.
Offloa In
REALTY
tUlll.DINti
Tckptiiini' No. 71
J Farmington, St. Francois County, Mo.
LANG c BRO.
AMDMVWBMn Of --
WAGONS,
P BUOQIES,
' PLOWS,
ani! DaALaxs in.
Farm Machinery,
Lumber, &c
nKST WI1KK ANIl TIIK SI1HNHKST MAT ri.
UIAI BD&MUrtMD.
I ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY BANK
CAPITAL STOCK $30 OOO
THOH II. ST A M. Pias'l J M. MORRIS. V
SURPLUS.
i J.
$7,000
COVf R. C
flow ;i mtwrnl
month time i nns
Ifimrfil naalMl an
in m
II VI 11
nkiiw luininrm. lateral m mil t H peri
Is; " 2 percent on tSmontbi time depotitu,
"I'") inn . in ircMMil aad Oaaraataa Onrpo
MKHCTORS:
h. K. SIVINK. S fKIIIMM
1 HOKIIlN
H. Mlllilll
K. shim,.
A. sHM,.
MOORE'S NO CHOLERA
Prevents and Cures Hog Cholera.
50 Cents Per Bottle -Guaranteed.
ok' Sale
. hv . .
E. M. LAAKMAN.
VwwwiVWWWWWnmn...
T. H. CLOVER,
ARCHITECT.
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Beneral Contractor 1 Builder.
rimis nnd BpacMcatieas
lurnisiirii wiii-n naaliafl.
FARMINGTON MISSOURI
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