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FARMINGTON, MISSOURI. REAL ESTATE, OFFICH IN FAKniNO I in nBRCANTILE CO. IU. ltd. N W. CORNER PI HLIC SQUARE. . . I PHONC NO. 219. Special Agents New York Life Ins. Co. Farmington Times I ItlllAY. .11 I., UK, I'. COUN1Y OFFICERS. ItUtl -'ll.ll 'I topi 0miiIiiI i rsliiln . i i ;ouni .1,1.1 i I.. Hk i l.l I 1 I MlMM.KI I . 1 I UUH K I Mil hi Hill Al LKK Mil l ml I . I i i. l ii. .1 lilalrli i . i i ollllllSslullt'l COURTS i iiu i i . LOI in i K I Willi,! ii luj - in Oil) . tu . I'llllM l . i in m i i .ii in i irsl annua CHURCHES. I'll! -Ill II 111 in- i n i,. i j -i -ii ii i n i- aumtaj rnornln i Inai unlnf srhonlnl a 111 a u aulas, ituiiertolunoVnl 1 1 at 11 i M III. el III,1 . iiH's.ia) cvvnlnn Mill ,H1 Kl M -"( 1" ' ' " i i i ii ii i ,n hln r$ nondai .m: evening; -uiniay scIhsiI hi m'i iiin III . Mi . i ItFKI! ..ii . -ill" ilnesd it -lll'llt ii antns i i -iiiiitn) Sellout III w . M lilnu nvi-rj -inula) -nil, 1. 1) -,ln."l .11 II I ii, Kupfrlntcnitunt i H'mlncadai evenlne meet- Milnla nl ' i I-, i ut .. i, , in ram "" Junto) m mill ' I i.i " II inn-1 1 iv in ii 1 1 ii. ' i K-. iiutor i'i. . n inn ( n i) Kunuay " "na un, 1 1 vi mm'. Nundai nchool avaiy Mumtej J .1 . k. 1'i.At . nunrininii6ni KmleuviH -"'ii'ii -llll. 1.1 i,i Kuntln liUm Minu) I J I I Train coonectinti Iron Mount un R'j I.c (i i K'H k SpritiH' , ni in j:S7 I' " Ueavc St. Iaw H K Kivernidc with . ui. 1 1 I' ii, 7 1 5 1 ui An He k Swinga in Si'" P s.n i Laaktu ui I irneeric I in i an- i lm drug ai Klein's ai Klein' ( ii ii ui mndi Juhn r I'e -In r i ii llnrxng' n ion n t lu ll eck . Bton, PmiaUIiii at Laakniati'a Ion KufBi'li'H Ostata SyHtoni Shoe Salti. John Huullngei oame down Inn st Luula Sunday li nn .luh i'i. 1006. tu tin' wid' "I ('nil IT laen, a -mi v ,u UpIjiIiIx nl si lunula viiited T nil ii Sunday, i;, i tonial I tlm lui-bel Bt"hnahcl prloea'1 at Kleln'a iii-- Nan i laatloman '! Potoal vi-iiiu nlntlvaa hon. itarrti itntinrilolil i- iilckins neaohea in Arkanaai Ihla week. Mi- .1 r. t iwilds baa arrived i" i Iii i bnaband al Klmwood. Capt. Sum' 1 1. Aabory was in Bonne Tern Ihla week on liusincaa. Mi- Matie llakowell ul st Louli i vkaltlng Mi- Uladya lloaler. l Ted Oieaaing came dowa Iron 81 Louta Sunday tu ice homefolka, Hnrn Julv iifi. 190ft, t Ibe Wife ul Henry Sprlngmeyor, adaughter. you will alwaya lind a loll line of Ik beat make of slnie ai Horaog'a. Mi- I i-bi'i ami Mr-, h. 'i. Sim- uiona pen( Monday in St. Iiula, Mr.' Antolne AuHuebon "I Hue Bon wa in town un buainoaa Wednesday, Mi- Flora PR 'i "' SI Loal ' rlaiting Mr-. Chaa (iiec.-iiig ibis week. Mi-. M '. Haw nl Charlcalon I" litre un i viall tu i'r. Haw and family, Don't Miss It ! Kareoh'a Caah Sy-lem Shoo Sale. Quite a number ol rieltora cams to Farmington un I he esounion laal Sun- ilm . Mr". Itoberl Mitchell ami cliililien have nturned Irom a i-ii to DeSoto Irieml- Mra, w A. Cload and daughter, Mi" Mila, i-iteil in Frederiekiuwn last Sunday. Are You Needing; Shoes V Bag Ikeaa at Kafaeb'a 'a"li Byaleaa ghoa Sale. jgtjaaa Utana Onto Mildied ami Margmirite Keith kawre gem tu t:le iliuiia in vi-it Mkn Ruth Kveraole. Shoes and Nothing; but Shoes TTii- laraed etoofc to aaleel n in Boutliea'" Mi-muri, at Karaak's, Karui ingtun, Mo. INSURANCE, LOANS, ABSTRACTS, NOTARIES PUBLIC MM CONVEYANCERS. ire. i in ii. Kin Plate r.l.iss .inri Accident insurance Mi- M II ul I i ii Kivei Wednesday PI"1 i I'lr children III toll II Mi M K. lilanion ol Krcdorioktmvn as transacting busines. kj Furaiing inn ihla week, Mi-- M i lrinia Mnullon nl si i.mii- ia vlaiiiug Mi-- Ktntnn Klbtubelti tliosslng thi week, Mi- i: M Anil J ivrn spent I ant week vi .1 I n ileriek i' lam Tel ley. ( luntilngh Mr-. I.i I datiffli apt lllrnrdc Sinitli. hi'! Mi and Mi-. .1 II River spout 'In' day last relal Ive in Kai niinirtnn llci Sllliili 'I I Mi- .1 daughlci lather, Mi Prltchard I c-lll- all' mialanttnc I nut i i erkl Misr ml ('nl. i , ami Kl"i M. Bllppetra lor tin' Children Ai lowei ni' "- then yon have i bought l bem I'D before, a' Knrt Caah System SI Sale .low nil and Lacy denning "I l.imi- were il"ii several ilay tbc i week vi-itni ami iciuil v M'l aim Fnruii Ml- Mm M.i Mr. I bnnia covered Iroiu ii iiile t.. leave Wi Spring, Ind., John I I tut I. -. iluemlav lm l.lk Lie icenmanied bj Mi Mi--i- Sadie ami Aliv Kinbor, wl Mil have i n i-itnij; ibeir enuain. niond, relumed in Loui la-t Snnda) . them home In upci llielr Inline ii ':in ai nip I a lew ilav- Mr. flenrge .1. Cole left Tucudny allernoon lor bin mining property In Mexici when be will apend -ei'rai mnntha working 'be valuable mine mi which In' baa taken n vear'- ica-e. Ill' re.nie-l nl tbe nlwont pavtor, fnaaa D, Rulherland will addreaa the eongngalion at tbe Raptial Chunh both morning ami evening an July ;io. The rabjael "f Ihe morning dteontrma will lie "The VThnle Mntv nl Man." Then w ill be i Phrialian Chnnl Lid. I mer- w ill Ii ri"icbintr at ibe ndav morning a- Un re Ii nrati a--Mt in tbe dedication ut tl al that plane Then will In al the ehnnh hen Sunday e nanal. Paraflinr ai Laakman'a limp; store. I be electric car enmpanv expert enced quite a large paaaenger iraflie laal Siiinlai, nntwlthatandlng ibe fact tbat one o tbe ears beunnie diaabled during ibe allernoon mi account ol ibe ine burning out by being atrnck by llghlning. ('astor l.nbrlcatlnt rallnn, al liaakman'i i HI, .'.'i eenla per I M ug Store. lion. M. It Smith with Ida wile and two younger children are al French Lick Springs, Ind , lur a short tune before eaiing to the northern lakes ti Smith lm- been very much lieneli! ed bj the waters and i- rapidly im proving in health Mennnn'a Talcum Powder, in oenla per ean, at l.naknian's Drug Siore. Ilariier Hi"- , the expert upho'e'er i-, are here, and can repair and re uiaKo anv piece ul liiinili.re in vour hnuac Hei ol work, moderate price- iiml .'i,ic pieces ol goods in select new emers (ruin Work mrnn in block mirth aide ol Court Hnnao, Tolapbeni st. Francout Hotel Castor Lubricating Oil, 26 cent- per gallon, at Laakman'a Drug Stnra. Rev. VT, .1. Hcyei ol Poplar Rlufl with hi- wile and children, are viaiting frlenda in town, Mr. Ileyes was fiirm erly paslor ol the M R. Church, South, and i- receiving a warm wob come Irom hid many friend- here lie will preach at the M. B, Chinch Sun day morning. Mennen'i Taloum l'onder, in cents pet can, at LaakUlen'l Drag Slore. It i pleaaanS to know that W0 were remembered by out friend VV A Ken nedy while he was on his recent visit to bis old Kentucky home, ami Hint Ibe thought ol us is manifested in the gift of a big bunch ul line old Kentucky tubiieco Wnlob lie brought the editor, Thanks, friend Kennedy. Hring your babies on July 29th to Knhn's Studio. We will take their piclurcs nml give you one FULL. Dry Salt Meat 10 CENTS POUND AT Klein Grocer Co.'s. NEW BANK BUILDING Contract for the Farmer's Bank Let to Contractor J W. McCarthy t.'i-t Monday the contract fur the i'anuera Bank's new bank and busl nos building, mi I be louthwesi oomet I'll the public square, was lei lo Con- tractor J. W McCariby ol tbli piece ii Hill be a two i to ry brick and I stone structure, OH icct trout by 80 feel deep, The bank entrance will be on ibe eoraati and a modern well ar- ranged alora room on t lie aael Irani, triih nn entrance lo the second tinor in i The Moond Boor will b conveniently arranged with oflloo -mi vs. Mi. MoCarth) wanl to St. Louis Wednesday to make arrangenianti f"r building material Work will begin .ii 'hut. ami the building will lie ready in necupaaey by the Ural ol Deconibei "i earlier. The contracting committee ul tin' bank declined for the present lo give mil the contract price, but it i- in the neighborhood nl 114,000. I be Hank paid 10,000 for tin lot on which it- building la in be erected Buy Your Sheen Now ! At Karsoh'a Uaah System Hhne Stile, Tullock Dean Jaspei Tnllook, lormorlj "i tbli county, but who bai bean living at final Kali-, Montana, for some yean, waa married mi the 19th Inet, to Miss Klile 1.. I b an ni Spokane, VVatb. Mi. Tollock i- a -mi nl Mr T. I. rullook ol Hbttnarab ami a hroilu i ul Mr-. .1. S. ( I:,y ami Mr-. (I. .1 Ul berry nl tin- place He will make bh .mini' bereaftei al Spokane. Tin Timki Joins In- friend In old St, Iran coil in Wilbing biin anil In- bride I reallaation ol all tbelr brightest ant lei. nation Oome and Hoe The -b("- ami it Karach'a f 'ash I 'am tbc low prloai lysteut Shoe Sale. Receivership Continued T in' appointment "I a receiver lor ibu Columbia Lead Company ban been continued by Judge Kiltlan lor linal hearing at the Augual term of ib null Court of si Franeol intj c I ir . A- bil lion if Ibe pel i- mentioned In I m I nn a, Judgi ban, on June 24th, appointed Kdward A, Hoalei a- receiver i Columbia Lead Comiiany on th- llnn ami Domplainl of II. J, Canlwell, II A P, Cook and It II (I Johnson. I he defendant WM given until July 12th to slum cautC why the reeciver- hip ihouM noi be enntintwd, ami the case came up for hearing in the Ste (lenevievo circuit Court last week the taking ni teaiimony lasted two or three daya, closing Thursday aiternc n, ii hen Judge Killian tendered a deols- to continuo I hearing until Clnuil Court lei Voiii jelly u c some monet Hi" the lit th reecit ersbip for August term ut place. at Klein' - ami A Family Outing, John fiic-sing nml family, Charles (tiesalng, Sr , uml lamHy, Charles II leasing, Jr , ami family, Henr fllessing ami family, Peter U leasing and family, Mr-. Forroaater ami chil dren, Mr- Fred tlieaalng and children ul La-i st l,ouls, Mi- I Ion Plaaanei ui si Louis, Mi-- llettie Uleasing, Mil,- Jennie Moultou nf st. Loula, and Mi-- Kiitma Saokman went to Urn net's lurd on the St Fnttools river, mi a hay rule Wcdne-day, and spent the da) picnicking and Bsblng, bal ing a very (oil) time. Miss Kmma (lioatlng was the (inly one fortunate onougli with the lunik and line to land a Hah. Nie Kb in' Ham- ami liroakfaai ha eon Marriage licenses Jul' 12, Frank I.. Pool and Mrs Ague- Clancy ol Farmington. i.itii, .). s. Hambj ami Mi- Kllen Norman ul Klvlna, I Mih, aon Cn-1 1 Mi-s Lily K. Sard- ol Flat lliver. I -th, Will RcotOI and Mi- ha Luster of FJvins 20th, Oaear SSimmerman of Marble Hill and Mis- Luolnda Walton nf His inarek . :'ii, . T , Masaon of Rlvini and Mi- Mary 1. Kclley of Owl Creek. Ji'd. Amos Rice and Miss Ada Vance "I Hal lliver. Home From Kentucky Mr. and Mr- VV, A. Kennedy, who have been spending the past live ur six week- with friends iii (he blue grass State, arrived home T hursday. Mr. Kennedy ha- handed us Ihe fol lowing brief sketch of their home ward journey : I wrote you while in Kentucky nml a- W0 have conic back to our home in Missouri, it might Interest some to say how W0 got here and what we snw iu traveling through three of Ihe best Stales in the Union, Alter a vi-it of live weeks in my "hi native State, we bade OUT friends g Ibve and hoarded the L. A- N. railroad at Guthrie, Ky., ami started lor si. Ijoula, through KantUOky, Indiana and Illinois. The L. iSr N. pns-es through souio nl the mOCI fertile land in Kentucky, also Ihe large coal fields nf North Kentucky, where thousands of tons are shipped daily over Ihe 1. C. and L. & N. roads. Passing through Ibis rough section we next came lo the line bottom of the Ohio river at Henderson, Ky., n beau tiful city of 16,000 inhabitants on the Ohio river. There we crossed Ihe riv er over into Indiana, took dinner at Rratisvillc, then sped serosa that splen did state for 156 miles, looking Irom the window ol the car on the ninny happy face- ol its people and viewing Ihe fertile fnrms with thous ands of actes of wheal, corn, etc. We crossed the Stntc line at Mount Vernon in the Stale of Illinois with its large prairie farms, (lur train pushed on through IN busy little cities and villages, nml on cilher side we could sec wheat and prosperous, happy peo ple. Al 7 : 10 o'clock we nrrived at St. Louis, the gient big city of Mis- ohm and thence home W. A. K To the Citizens of Farmington and Vicinity. THE nili Un J WILL "H'KN' lis KAI. I. TKL'.M i Monday, September 4th. J This aehool will have tin- Mine rail Rtt I oonpleto anaraea in a Book-Keeping nod Shorthand us my other achooln nl Hp Soto, 7 Poplar Ulufl nml Cape Oirardenn, rind eotnpctetit, cxperietieed J teaohera in charge, I solicit your putronage nml gnnrantee -:it- 0 iifaetion hteqneat oopy of our new cntalog (fne.) J Addreae t G. W. MOOTHART, PRESIDENT t Mootheri's Chain of Commercial Colleges. J tV tvt ewvavsaa. sv- v .,-.' . . -v Program ot St. Francois County Sunday School Convention i n be held in tin Baptist Church al Plat River Augual n and u: PI I DAVi at'OUBT 1 1 Io.ihi a. in. Ilevotioiial service, con- ducted by Rev, L. R. Jenkins in :.ti.. i. m. Suudat School music, c.en eral discussion led by Robert I'm B) tile. ii on a. in. liifRcultiea, ami How to Cure TTieiii. General discussion led in O. M. London. . on in. Dinner. i v p. tu Devotional service, comluet ad by k. M. Talbert. stoop, m. Business announcements by the (.'hair. a: i p. in Shall tin- Bible Remain B- eluded from the Public Schools' Cell eral discussion led by Rev. A. S. inker. 3:13 p.m. Needs ol Our Count) . 1 . Mission Points iii the count) re ported and discussed by everybody, id bj fosepu k. Biankensntp. 3:45 p tu. j How Bball we Bwell tin s s. Attenitance? Suggestions lei t. p A, Hendricks. Stlj p. m Recess mid enrullnieiit. 1 i" 1 in Brial addrasssi by Depart Btenl Superintendenta. Normal Hon. M. R. Smith Primal! Mi- ii I. Mayberry. llouac-to-House Visitation Miss Al Ice While. Home Department Job Doughty. 5:40 p. m Adjournment, 7: pip ui, Devotional aervice, conduct ed I'.v Rev. R, 11. Koeth. KlOO p. in Address In Slate Secictaiv Ktmel R. l.acey of St. Louis, , no p m Adjournment sTI RHAVi S HO (1ST Ii. Buna 111 Devotional aervice, conduct ed tu Rev. Hardy. S:;,i a. in Question Boa opened li 1 loot ge it t lele 111:00 a. m Reports from the Scboola of the county. 11:00 a. in keports oi Committees ami election ol ofBcera, 1 etoo 111. Adonrmneni RVRRV si sow SCHOOL srei'KivTKsn KNT should attend the Count) Convention al IT.it River August nth and mil ami ahould bring a large delegation of tanck evs ami scholars witli him. The address ol BtatC Becrctar) l.acey w ill he B rare treat, and 11 i- uelleveu tti.it every nutn- tiei on the program will elicit inapiring aii.l helpful discussion. There is no g 1 reason why the Sunday School wrorken of St. rrancots county snoniu fall below the standard ol the most pro greastve counties ,,i me Male. Many counties hold annually lour conventions in each township ami one county con vention, all largely attended by enthus iastic workers. I.et us hold a great con vention ! Plat River and plan to take tin Miiiuli In storm (lie coining year. O, (. Nations. President County Association. Reliable Shoea at Kotlucetl Pricee At Kar-eh - Caah System Shoe Sale Never More Hopeful M Hutterfleld, the Farmington nur erynaa who sold a big bit of fruit trees bore within the Insl two year-, w as here la-t week ami made a tour of the country around Doniphan and in -peeled the young orchards and future outlook foi finit here In the P.-N. (reporter he -aid he had not -ecu belter growth made anywhere than Ihe trees here bail made, and that ha was never mure hopeful nf success in fruit growing than he now i of Ripley count) . lie says thai a peach orchard must be made during the Ii rut two year- of it- life, nml he urge- that the people cultivate their trees. It is as neccs ary to cultivate young trees, he sny.-, as il is to eultlVRte com 111 order to get alltfactory returns. He said August is the month in which peach trees make their greatest growth, and he says voung lice- which havo not already been cultivated should be by all means baton this month is past so that the trcos may make a good growth in August Nothing pas an oiehardisl so well" says he, i 'as dkglnfl arnuiiil hi- (roes." Doniphan Preapaot-Newa. Attend Karach'a Caah SyB tem Shoe Sale. Important Notice to Tabard Inn Members Only one hunk can he taken mil mi one membership. Members are ex peeled to patron iac their local station to the extent ol making at least two exchanges eaeli month or paying the lUlvalent. T he practice of members exchanging hunks among themselves imisi he Mopped. 'The revenue Irom exchange lees is our only income lor the support of Ibis station, and il it is not tufnoieUt to make il self-supporting the management ''as no alternative but to withdraw and eniicel the library nt s ich 9(ntimi and place it where it Is in demand and he more appreciated. The OWNERSHIP ol ONE HOOK in 11 Tabard Inn case will represent and be the only identification of ONF. M BMBBBSBip. TTlK T'AIIAUIl INN 1.1 111: A 1:1 Shoes of all Rinds and Bizes At rodiiced prices nt Knrsch's CbsIi System Shoe Sale. Second Hind Rolltop Desk Wanted. If you liavu a good rolltop desk for sale, send information tu Hox 10, Farmington, Mo. till Colli TWENTY YEARS AGO This Week in St Francois County Tbe Teachers' Institute " i- at tended by thirty teachers The I rat watermelons ul the -ea--oii had Just been brought into town Mr. 1 o..l',..l.l ,.i .., ,,.'!, I la ' .' ' "'.'I was li lting hoi lamer, in d t . William-. T he Farmington Voung Men's Christian Association anuounced an loo enaui lesnvai in inc new i re-- ; bytarinn i 'huroh fm Augual "th. ! lb i , J W Rubliison ol the M. I. Church, south, was requested J by the eaeoutivo oommittee of the I Bible Society to preach at Liborly- j villc. Mi- Mi Lean oi New Orleam same up lu ie in attendance nn hei brothel, l.t. Armsttong, of I bo New Orleans Artillery, who bad hi- leg broken during the tournament the I previous week ai the Fan grounds, j Jnmr P. I lilllek of st Louis came down and slgnod a couiraci and 5 lurnlshl'd bond lot t be build the lieu court house J ihn I John Wei- and Henry 'Mm hi- bond liourcTi1 Shook ol Vailc rnrce wa aocldentally bol bj a gun with WbiOil Allen ll.ii ii was loolittg The wound pen ed fatal in a tew bourn The bm who na- kilh.1 u a- only 12 year old. Karscli H Cauli System Slun Sale be RaUl Saturday, July 16. Twenty Two Free Scholarships Have been' established in Central College, Fayette, Mo, I'bla InsHtn- t ion i- "lie ol II Ideal and best ("pliipi'd college- weal "f tin' Mi is--ippi tnei Ii- giadii'ii.-s have null noognitloii lor thorough ftoholnreulp by the leading iiniver-il ie- nl thecnuu try, and are tilling positions ol rO iponslblllty ami trust in ehureh and -tate. Tbe produOtiVC endow incut was in- eraased by to,oo(i during the paal year and a new 110,000 gymnasium i- assured , An excellent aysieat ol dormltoriea, oonsiating "l Cupples and Will- Halls fm young men and Cole man Hall f"i loniig ladie-, reduce' OOSi o living to a minimum The lull term open- September IS. For catalogue oi tarticular ai lo Free Scholarships addresi CRITTRAl. Col l i ol Fayetle, Mo Save Money Now ! Ily buying your -hoes at Karsob's Ca-h System Shoe Sale Sale ol Live Stock. The undersigned will -ell at public auction, at hi- farm, I Vi mile- north of Brewer, Parry county. Mo., Satur day, August 2, 1906, two stallions, live jacks, fm lorvloo, Iron i to lo year- old: one (ear-old jack, two jon neta and jack OOll I I months old; (wo Durham bulls ii ami 19 months old. JoaRPu Frrwiok. For Sale 5 Acres of Land between tin' Power House and Wolf Creek, on II lectrio railroad. Will sell iii acre lots or all together, il M. Ml BPHV, Farmington, Mo. County Sunday School Convention The County Sunday School Conven tion of sic. (lonevtevi nnty will be held at T hree Rivers church August s, 1206 1 Kim or K Lacy, Stale Secre tary, ia expected In be present. Hy order ol the board. .1 P. IKRKTROC, President T M. IT TtltKi I'm Sec'y. Hring your babies on July 29th lo Knlm'- Studio, We will take their picture- and give you one FHKK. Has Stood the Test 25 Years The old, original OBOVK'S T'asieles Ohlll Tonlo Von know w hat yon arc taking. It i- iron and 'piiniue in tasteless form. No cure, no pay. F'or SaleA new "Hamilton'' piano used just one .Vear, can be bought at a sacrifice if purchased within the next :i(i days Apply al THK TlMKI 001 00. I de-ire lo nutily ali concerned that I have first-olass hand' made brick lor sale Bt ny yard in HeLassus. (live nie a call. T F. Wiiiti For Kent Rootn ftO lirsl llnor, npxt u lr. Wr 11 lit mi1 oflloa, OppOftltft Court HtMisc. Apply to Ir. G. V. Bridge Notice Notice is hereby given that Mftltd ltitU will le received for tlu repair ni Satitl Creek Hriilpje, nrconliiik; to Hptci lictions on file in my office, said bids will be Matted at lo o'clock a. m. on Friday, Aiust n, 190s. The Court re nerves the right to reject anv or all bide. J. A. LAWRKNCE, County Clerk ELMWOOD SEMINARY. SXI -. ali ii ' Il ii SEPTEMBER 13 tor uatalogue addrssa J. B. CASSIDAY. Pnes , r'ANMINUTON, ,M Obituary I lied al In- home in Itinnsrck, ol llrlgbt's disease, mi Tuesday, July is, A J Pfftle, aged 1 '.' years uml :'is day- Mr. I'irllc iva- horn In l.alny Otle, M icon county, Tcnn., un August 19, I- , .. For some ycur- be WM employed in the mill of the St. Joe Load Co, at Bonne Tern, but later procured i position in a si. Louli house a- -alcsmau About let! yean ago be entered the employ of the Ad ia in Both grocery house in Si. Louis and was one ol Ihe most successful salesmen. His Held wai Booth easl Missouri and he i- well known all over tin- -ee'imi, for mice baVlBg gained a OUStomei he rniely ever lost him. In bU'llinas he na- genial, OOUfteOUS uml lm ;,-:. tie was nailed in matrimony to ,Mi-- Blla Bonney in limine Terra August 99, 1899, vim with one daugh ter, Anion, survives him. Iii hi- pri vate life he wa- gencrou- ami kind hearted. While nut a uieinber of any religious body, he had gnat reaped lor all institutions lending to good and ihe elevation of humanity. He wa- a luembet of Samaritan Lodge A F. & A. M , and Mineral Lodge K. of P. at Bonne Torre, and Bismarok Lodge I ii ('. F. an I Miamareh Lodge w. ol a iii conversation with ins wHa -nine tunc before his death, lie cx prossed hi- hope iii Chriet and n iired her thai he bad made hi- peace with (ind and al! wa- clear before him as i" ii,e future world Fuuoml service- were held iu the I uioii chinch iu Blsmarek mi I'hura day, July -'", oondueted by Huv-. H. J. La T "iu anil J Hodge-, and at the iriaie bj Bismarok lidge No il a I .v a M Delegations were pres ent from limine T'crrc, Flat Biver, Farmington, Frederloklown and othei places Although a heavy rsiu waa falling the house wa- crowded nml a large cortege followed tin remains la the Oilll Fellow- ecmelery where the body w lis hud away. Thus pa ed awa) one of nature's noblemen, a lov ing husband and lather, n true Irlond and neighbor, a loyal oitlaan. II. J L. Card of Thanks We desire to return nai thank- to all who, by acta of kindness tu us dm lug the Illness of our husband ami lather, did nil they could In help nml eheci us ui our limit of. trouble, and ne especially deaire in thank all our Iriemla in Bismarok, the ministers and singers at hi- funeral. M Ra. I i r ITim 1 1 , Widow At n us I'm 1 1 1 , Danahioi THE LOCAL MARKET y Ml -nip , in. in MI.X'il .ttae, w 'i i.i ;r. w se i in ii na pton irisii louttoes, sweet Potntoes inions I Had tpplss i hlekens v a . Krvlna ' ihlcaen kina a 'ins ... Ill , Wt a I ,vr v a Sorghum Molasses -Hit t Mil HottMjr Bueewaa v a ni in I U P, City Meat Market THOS. AUTSEN, Prop. 1 icst moats always on hand per (.cut. discount on cash sales. All or- ders h 'phone promptly attend ed tu. PHONb No. 140. Order of Publication. KTATK OF MlBHOUKI( 1 t (itinty nt 1 . lunrols. In the "Irrult 1 imrt. Aiunist 1 cini. M, 1 B.o. Iseeter, PletntnT, , vg. 5 r. K, Ki i'iiiiioi't wederti . ) nelendaai - Sow nt iiii day roiiti tbe ptaintirr hvrtlnj hi hUftttorney, end HI01 bu nt-r it i m nmt atnciarlt, aUeklnK. aaions otiier tntnee. 1 t ui t dt'h iKtiint Ii nut a reiVtlent ) t lit- Htate Ol Missouri. Wlioraupon It is otxlere1 iy tbe Clerk or 1 hi - "int , in vacation, that Mid iifriuuiiint I'" imtlM..! DUbtti at Ion tint I nlaliifirT tins rommenoecl a suit aipilnai tiim in thi dourt, in- uiiji . i linn pTvnami naiure i which is .111 action to ascertain unit iliiriMlhi' the Bfltate, title and interetl t tin- partlei hi-n-in. in ami to tiw Followlna deectlbed reel m tali, tn wit Ndithcust juaitfi ut stuitliv'aiil iiuiti-i, ertlon hi, township nurth, renge A aeit, conteining m acree. ind that unless ttae atld defendant be end appear at this lourl . at the nesi term there nt tu be iWRtin and hnhtfii al theCOUtl house In the oitv of Farmington, In mi to County . n tin-lltli ilay ut August, next, atul un or liafore thr Mist ilay nt said term, ur tn tore tin- last day ot raid term, ansut-i ur plead to the iM'tltlon In said cause, the same win he teaen at confeeeed ( and Judg meni iit be rendwredeecordlngly. And It Is turthcr orderctt tliat a copy I of be published. uccordtiiK tu law, 'in The l a rmlngton Times unit fleruld, u newspaper pulill.shi'd In said County of Nt. Knthcnls, for lour vveeks succeeslvety. putiiished at laeel once a week, the lust Insertion to In-at least Mlleen days hefore the nrst day nt said next August term ot this ( ouii . .1. . W1LI.IAMH, Clrcull 1 h rk. A true ropy of the record Witness my hand, and seal ol the ;irrtiti Court of St. Kraurols County, this hkai. : tilth day nf June, link. J. c. WII.J. I AMs, circuit Clerk Julv ;. i:u.'i. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the crcdilnrs ol A. II. Knilv that on the 7th dav of Anguati 19.15, at the Opening of court, or as soon thereafter as counsel can ha heard, I shall apply to the Judge of the Circuit Court for a dischar(e from my trust as assignee of A. It. Kudy. ROniiKT FOKSYTH, Assignee. Juue 8, 1905. eeley 1 ,"." , syurt- IflfaO -i a J . .. I.HA1W.' J'lllMII' .III illl.l ftsfa J Get a Camera. There nie lew tiling tint" mil nan bin thai will pay innii lijg riiviileiiiU in pleaetire ami henltb. A ( arnera is n eongvninl eompaninn mi an outing or a vacation tup. With it you , au take view, ani' nml pieitiics, groups nl in. inl- -picture thai yon will (naaiire more as Hie years i by We shall be glad in t, n you how liltle n I'amera nml fittings coal . CITY ' ''' .'. s THE BEST ROCKER ON EARTH For $2.00 COLE & NIXON mkrcan piij: CO., I AkMINti I ON. A HOT W: ATHER SALE OF VlOhET TAIiCUJVl POWDER lligbl in tin initial ni the acaaou, wben Tnicnn is most used mid needed, we art offering Palmer's exiptiaite uml ilelighl lullv fragrant powtlw ut 13 cents; two Boxes for 25 cents. Tnlcittii I'owdi't wlii'it dueled mi tin- akin after bathing makes you t I aud emu fortuhlc, it prevent idiaftng bud the akin irritation common t" hoi weather It i cM'cllciit lot 'baby' si.in ii is delight ful for men to uec after shaving. Uemem' her t here iann Hner Talcum than Palmer's CITY DRUG STORE Kr TIME JUST TKE TIME TO ORDER A MONUMENT To be set this Spring;. mwsK ci 1 1 : Farmington Marble Works, MRS. E. I- SPAUQH, IVoprictor. Good Clothes Wearers WANT Good Clothes Makers To make then clothes foi thein as an excellent line of the finest order from at HERMAN TRAIERNICHT'S, Merchant Tailor ITe tt Summer Suitings You are;,thinkiuK ol those warm days'!1 You will find them in the very latestfpatterns at . . . IERSE'S 6 The Guarantee : Best work manship, suits to fit A In mode, and priees right at nsiiinloifiii FARMINGTON, MO. s, .., , ., . l l"f 'Htl'iMUMIIIIMIil 0 DRUG S10RE. s MISSOURI ill find them, us well "ids and samples to Farmington, Mo. V