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F ARMINGTON, MISSOURI. REAL ESTATE. OFFICE IN FAHniNQ. ION riBRCANTILB CO IH.IXi.. N. W. CORNER PI ULIC SQUARti . . Bill) t;UINVt T A(NtKt. I Ire Inrn.irtn Piatt Olltl .ind Accident PHONE NO. 219. Insiir.mr.iv Special Agents New York Life Ins. Co. Farrningten Times KltlDAY, COUIIU OFFICERS lull WW it'll tspreaentstlvs rmtilius ,ii, t n i out Viiunj Judas i iret inn ri cunt) JuiIkp - nail in' j in ii' - "i irnheu -n-rk i treutt "lerk I . 1 1 1 1 i "lilt : iilli'i tiii .1 I.. It K 1I I I i i aaam.ni I 1 'I I I LOI K i ,i Mavai sst i I Mils II I I.I i. n NATION J. I Mil l.l svt- I; ii mi is I', I'st Ins II i-l sin HIT lltllli' Vll"llie) I IM Si 1100 IHiH SIM. I . HILTON SlvHts ditunlatruioi i iiiiiiiilmiloiiur. Laakntnn 1 in earn I , mollis Nea mwI - Im id al Kiel (il I t nn Peppen an-ninilc lie I.I. Sill' It Apple I ore. pi ll llir l'ii', ie N iti itaeol Nine Ham iiimI I. n si it Ki, ; mil'. I llee M .,. I. i ll. man - I'm B I rena I lanlaloupen oi erj day al Klein'. 1,1-1 V n-t tin- :i A leek Ail. . In Mi-- I ..ii hai ii-i- i 'arrie' da)1! mil Aug- it Kureka Springs, -I" i iii.h- lloier Mil- a Hi U il I an I weak. vi-il" i In illei pari earl) .1 tin' and Aug llll. -I'll. Ui and All new lln II v lupplien :it Mi- I -. tieis- -Intnl. I lit- i h it a m f:ii her lit wave bureau lieadeii inn. IhU Klie laps lunoeit M ft) Kidei ill III vl Aim -i Smith mui ill ( UI i-itill relative lean Mi Kalii nil and wiwlol prlne. i ileal Uiii li eiiiied In- ...i iln- week tltf L'minl) will ).' held 1 1 in t 'harli lllll nl Knler i Ihio, lluek, it llnliiillini Mi- .1 A I'oaebei a' m Farnie ex minntiou Ktou Augual BAth and sfflth. I'laee youi Viw I via A. 1'uung, won 1 ni nlngton, Mo. INUI ttii-- ss n li Mm , . Realty Bld'g, Mi Mi--., i 1 nt If s 'I Illlf S "I : hi- nepbea llyhalla, , K 1 1, ikei '- cull ibow ami .1 Libortyvllle nn Bat pieutc, urda . A i An .I In- -nn ami opera hooeCi Nation Ingtnn, Val -aim- day Ani-usl IHi Peon ..I i Farm -Villi daya Waa hero a ok visit in tuple I flat nf VOH the water Mill be served hot' at fatton! lecture ; yon oan'l it anything else, life Catalog ami Journal nt Farm- niiztiiii Ciinntif roial I'ollege will he aoM i" all rcqueallng -ante. Mi-- Jennie Boimmona ha. relumed from a si-it m her aiater, Mr- Rob ert i '.mill-, at Bonne Torre, Mi- Martha Anthony nl Doe linn bus been vielling tbe family ol her aon, s, Anthon nt tin- plana. Mi- Win. Kilwarda ha- removed frocD Creye Couer tn Bonne rerre She is vUlting her mother here. George U M Beatt) nl Flat River miis iii town Wedneeday ami favored lin Timiu with a boelnooa call. Loel A hunch of hoys nn ring with a stool chain Fiodet Mill be less at. I oil by leaving tatne tu ibis ofBoe, Proaidjent Mootban waa in Poplar lilnlt Tburaday looking alter the in tere-l of Iti- BObool at that place, lttin you i ss iff iii bear t hot re markable woman -Mrs. Carrie Nation tiio tiost known woman in Anerloa. Mi- Margaret Willinn! nt Prlnoe Inn, N. J , in bore nn a Vwlt In the lanil ni net utiolo, II. II. Hammond, I ii . Nifoiijj1 nf si. Lonia mur down c Bret nl the week vialtlng thofamll) V. N. Fleming and other relatives. Don't forget the ooll -hnss- anil plo lie at (i. W. Bakor'a lo-inorrow, Sat. iirday Aug Hfli one mile mirth nf Lib iftjrville, Peraona dealrlng boya to do ohorea about their houaca mnrninga, oveninga ami Balurdaya, ihonld Inquire of 'phone 138, Miss Kn'ma Ulneh Turley i- vi.sii lug her Caole, Dr, Lee Turley nf Hounc Torre, ami her grandmother, Mrs W . W. Turley nf Blackwcll. Mis- Carrie Wilcox nf St. Louis has been viaiting Mi May Harlan. Miss Wflooi (ormorly laugh I music at I'.im wond under Prof. Wllaon, For the oiiiivonienco and OOmforl nf Ibe audience, ice water will be served free thrnuj-litinii Mr.-. NHtinn's lecture on August lln, at the opart booaC The lirst pOTVOH with n national repMlllimi over at the FamlagtOO opera house, Asffllt BOth Carrie Nation. Doumbw'l the opportWrily to ace aud boar her. INSURANCE, LOANS. ABSTRACTS. NOTARIES PUBLIC II. M Murphj IbIi Monda) lor Colo radn "ii n priMieeting nii Mr- Mm ihy i pect- In join lit in .'i'imiiI llii1 I -t n OcliiUOl Hi and Mi- I. i . MoCnrmtek sr livi'ii home I ail rhurdej evening (mui tholi irii Weal, and report a nioal delightful lima, ,ii- (Jeorge Murrill Mid dbildren I liiiiiin I'orro have henn rlilllni in I tirniiugton i In' n-i week, gneet "I Mi n.! Mi-. ,. In, .Mutt ill. Mi-- Kdllh Hallo returned Bunds inmi vinii in llunnn Terra relatives. Miia Both Ihiiii' and Willetle want np Mcilne-div In -pond a lew day Mrs Knie Ni mnn W lull. HI I,, i l. inilil nl un. I Mi-. - wore tin' Mount JslUP! Vernon. lute law ilii- week .-I Mi- l liciidiire Ii I Hugh Vineeni llopkini ..I Cnlnrnda Bpringi., Colo., itsrted loi lioine Wed iieaday, sccouipanied lij In- cnuin, Mi-- 1 Inreni'o 'Im lev . i- lai a II nine I'erre Paul Usy nnl Mi-, A.l.'li! in. I .1, I hui -.1 1 where i oral wool Mi-. .1 and hei Katurda) i.i relatii -ii- i itr. II . mt lie ii .nn . Mn l ml Mi-. v l-ll tin nai a eek III Is til - I ..t tin- henelU nl tlm tin. cuunlrr, mIi.i m-li i. hvin; lit'ul Mi- t aim Nation, liukela will plnred mi ale mi Batorda) II. .1 lie al M yniin rbc Christ decide rlintrl 'i look. lie nil I. Hi. I I. mlti'-' Aid SocUrt) -I 'lie mi ( 'hnreli al i heir tail nicotine I t i hulld :t pataonftge mi the ! it. it 'i eiMl ui 1 iii " I he iimk mil in uiiuenced om as i In1 contracior i- ready Pi.. i Mnothari mnl lamily made a iin-ini'-- trip i" lifStin lai) week, bringing back with Ibeni I heir house. Imiil null- I'het have gone in houao in Mr i- wen pri in lln- elii . M-ny I ollilnliia -tti The Klvini public koIiooI nexl 'rueeday. Heptetiiket ftth, i It. MeClintoek nl Karniiugtmi n 'pons llll ('. eipal; .1 W cminly, lit- .1 i-ni-v if e M nun.' toad a--teaobci . mlitanl : Mi- L'syco "1 Kreduiloklown, -ilatant ; Mi-- Kellei primary M t - Ploi amella Blaukenablp, teacher of nt Valley tel I Mr Cameron, ..no m Ide-awake edliot - "I ah! at I'.lv in- was nt ti ami made I in I'lMV.I I be Herald la deveM f t he genial ami the Laboi Her. SS II I pi 'll tl i Monda) aaal cull the inter ns in the eata nl labor ami laboi l.eail Hell, ami ihowa t i ing sseii auatained tindei naaageiueni "t Mcrn I Itaiuaa be- sent ami Dry Sdlt Meat 10 CENTS POUND AT Klein Grocer Co.'s. Ibcfi.nr-e-.it telegraphy, short baud and Typewriting, ami Bookkeop ni" doacribed in tin nan catatonic nl tin. Springlield Normal School repre aenl the thorteal ami chcapcat way loi young peraona in prepare tn make a good salary. Thai acbool will help anv young peraon prepare lot batter sssea A Isrge delegslion t-ii- same down yi a- s itneeeet, etc., ii ares brought b) I Biamarok fit t.-tilav tmiriini'' a -nit lor dan- 'Cheap Jobs'1 agdnat Maym P, Murphy, Sipiire I. I.. Morrla ami otbera o( heavy damage! mi a charge ol alleged talac Ituprlaonmenl ami oonaplraoy tn injure bis liutfneaa ami reputation, Mr and Ml-. Rolberl nl nl Hoe Ron were given a aorpralc party by their frienda leal Tueaday evening, Thoee proton! wore Mi--n- Kale Olaen, llattlo Huff, Sophia and Mag gie Klaor, Malinda Hub, Kvt Johnaon, Llasie Rlacr and Mrs. David, Mos-t-John Rub, C, F tlenrich, l ord mnl Will Klter, Philip Rub, Han Ryan, Chria ami Frank Klacr, Wallet and Claret Hull and Kd Browln, All sjienl a very delightful time. Death of Mrs Mary McCormick. Mi- Maty Jane Sloan MoUormlok died at bet home in Farrnington nt 1:16 o'olook Thursday notning, Aug list 114 , a'id iili years, ulgbt ruootbl mid line day. Mrs MoComlck WSS BtrlokOS with paralysis nearly tssn years tgO and ha- been SB invalid SVOr since. She leaves twn sons anil font daugh ters, Junius c. ami John MoCorniok, Mrs. A. T, Nixon, Mrs W. K. Mat kin, Mrs, Rd Henderson ami Mi-- Her- nice MoComlck, all nf whom live In Farmlogtoo. Funeral services will be cnmlmied at the bone ilii- (Friday) morning at 7 : SO o'clock by Itev. (i. W. Harlan, after which the body will be taken to Caledonia for interment in the Presby terian cemetery at Hint place Mm Mcfnrniick waa a woman of many excellent viitnos, ami her lamily has the sympathy nf many friend in their bereavement You will always liml a full line of the best make of Shoes at Hcrzog's. MUELLER ACQUITTED. State rails to Prove Case Against Fred dueller lor Murder and Court Instructs Jury to Acquit rbe oaae of the Slate agaiuii Fred Mueller, obargad with having niurdor ed Jake Woolen nt Ibe Labor Day plo ale el Deslogc Bepteashet , 1904, vva- liii'il bis! I'litlay, ii- lulled in llll Timet of last week it would be At the oloac of the teatlcnony, tin attor ney! lot the denienac aaked tin: ooori tn luatruoi tin- juts in noqnli tin- da fondant, tbe Stale having (ailed by the teatlniony of any t tbe witnaaaoa tu ennneol him with tin' ihootlng thai ro ulted in Woobju'a death l ln iti gave tin- eariUMted inftrootioni and the jury in laoordanoe tberewitli returnod i verdloi 'if not guilty. The state by it. attorney, I'rono outing Attorney (ieorge M. W'llon, howod by Dra Haoey and Klkim Unit Woolen iln'ii Iron tin' efloota of a gun hot Minimi niinb' bv ti SH-oaUbrc n lei in in the atoMaoh mnl Inleatinea. Jane P. ami II M. Murphy leatllied thai limy aaw ami beaut limit' than lifieen tbota itretl at :i Itoeing pcrou b) nn 'ii ataodiog inn "bunob ol non," thai tbey arrealed Uon Mueller, taking a piatol awny Iron bin; thai l"'rod Mueller waa arretted ami aearehed bul hail mi gon, but tlnit be laid "I'll got ne a man before aundown " Meaera, Haau Cookaey, tleorge K William, Charles Atterberry, i.lli boatlo, W illis Pipkin, Richard Korabee, Joabepb Forahee ami J, I. M'hitener, ftaob ami all toatfflod that tin's -i W c . iii-iii iiiii it. mi a orowd in ii 1 saw turn -liuiitini: til Intii, tint nnl . rlngle witnen oonneoted either bim, I. mn Muellet m Fred Muellei with the abootlna. On this abowlng tin ftttor neya for the defendant, Meaara Walter I.. Resale) ami I' I. Kivera, aaked fur tin iiiatrtiotlona of aoiuittal, iuen linned ubove, which wore given by tin. ooa ii I. inn Mueller pleaded guilty ami ac cepted tM'i yeara1 aentenoe in the pon itenlenliary, bul it aeantia lhal the staii' failed tn abovi thai Fred Moolwi hail anything to do with tin- abooling, ami tin' only leilimooy tn ahow lhal In- waa proaenl waa lhal .it Shorlfl II M Murpb) mnl Itapul) Sborifl J, r Murphy, thai tbey arr. ated and aoaroh- ml hint, but found Bo gun mi bin. Births Augual I'm tu lite Mlfe nt J. A. Mueller, a -nn Aug. in, 1906, t Until, 'a aon, Augual IV, 190. tin- is ilc 'it I It. the Mile ni nf BenJ Glover a daughter August ir, 1906, tn ibe wife m Augual Battel- a daugelcr. Earthquake A decided earthquake ahook was ssts iiit in remington I sal M unlay ni-'lil ah.mt 11 On i chick In M. 1. 1. in, tbrss dittiuel -bucks were loll shout that hour, seoouipsnied bys dull rumbling so lac rbe ahookaweis fall all along the Mississippi Vsllsy al va rlooa poioU in TouMsaea, Kenluoky, 1 1 Minus ami M is-inii i Franklin Baptist Association. The Franklin liaptit Aaaoeistion mot at fronton yesterday ami the fob lowing delegate- Iron Fsmlngton ste in attendance Rev, W' M. bUidolpb, Mi-. Joele Mason, i botnaa T llslle, s .1, Henaley, Mr-. Bnlherland, Mlta Maty K ItOSS, and 0 J MsybatT) al-n Val C. Rowan nf this place a- a delegate nf chestnut Ridge Cburob, ami Rev, C. J. RarrslsOD and Mi. and Mr-. .1 ii. Phillip- ni Chestnut Ridge, Death of an Old Citizen. Mt. Matthew Dunn died at blahome in Farnlngton last Balurday night, aged ' years. lie was born on a lam near Hasal Run, iii tins eounty, Hi sva svell knnwii and highly reapeot i d a- an bODOtablc and Upright man by ail who knew bint, hut fur the last ieversl years uf bis lift bad hecii mi afflicted thai be bad to rotiio from active life. He sva- a member nf the Catholic Cburob, ami tin- body waa taken in French Village for Interment in Ihfl Catholic cemetery at Ibat place Tent Meeting Closed iln- tent meeting no the Sanitarium cauipua, oonducted by Rev, R, V, l.amb, finned last Tuesday nihl ssith an addition ot cloven tn the Baplial Uburoh. Itev. W. M. Rudolph preach ed the last twn nij-bl-, a- l!ev. Lamb wsi called tn Flat Rivet to meet hi sue ( in Recount nt (request raioa limine- the progress nt the niectiug, the services, owing to tbe (act Ibat ibey were held in a tent, were aome what interfered with at tluKJe, BUI 'nnii iiitercst was manifested through out the msoUuge, Stock Association Picnic. The st. Francois County stuck As snciatinn ivili give their locond annual picnic and stock Show al the inrin nf Win. M. Ilalton mi Friday, Beptenibei lit, 1906. There will be mualc ami all kind- oi amusemeota spproprlate lot the occa sion. Will olosa with a slow mule race at ' o'clock in the aflCrOOOO, Ample rofresbmotits will lie fnrn fsbeil on the f-rouiiil. F very body oomc out ami have a good time. A. C. Knai ss, Door Maoklci , Mm, m. DalvoPi Committer. Cartio Halloa carries the famous saloon siiiasbinf; hac-bet "the real one" Come and sec her. TICKETS FOR CARRIE NATION On sale at Laakman's Drug: Store on Satur day, morning at nine o'clock - not before. POPULAR PRICES. CLIFFDALE LIME CO An Important Enterprise Instituted by Farrnington, Ste Genevieve ond St. Louis Business Men Tbe Cllfldale Line Co is the name nf an onlerprlae Inoorpo rated by a number ..I bualneai men nl thia plaoo. stf uennvieve ami St. hums, In iln- velop ami operate bine quarriea ami manufacture line mi a large nam land near Bte. QanevkavOi The Ooruoratorii arc ilmli'n It F Idnii- baur oi st louU, K, II Ludlow, Dr, F. K, Hioch, Charles Mcvt'rs, Theo dore Pouglaa ami Thomaa H Burki nl stf. Heneviove, Thomaa II Btam, Judge K K swink, itnbcrt Tetwy, Sant'i ,i Teliey, .i K. Klalu, Dr .1 W. Braham, W, N, Fleming ami .1 w. Buck ni Farrnington The bait' Mated H.OOO acres for a term Ol tO year-, ami active wnrk i BOW it mli' I May Hue kiln is cntn plated aad will be In operation by the 16th nl Beptenber. The oapltalatook "I the oompao) i- 116,000, ami thoee lolereetcd in the enterpriao have every oonfldenoe in the loooeaa of their in veetmOBt. Analyaia nf the atone slmM about '.'. per eenl nf lime. I iilliisvini' arc the ulltcet- ami tli rectora nl the oompaov Thomaa II Mam, prealdeni ; . lee prealdeni ; Dr. rater) ami treaaure Kamuel I. Tetley, .1. M Book, ami 1 aanr. K. K. liiitnlitini . i R, Ulncb, see- : Charles Mejel-, K. K Bwlnk ami ll. Ludlow, uaa ELMWOOD SEMINARY. Sext ss in I if, na SEPTEMBER 13 J. B. CASSIDAY, Pbes Christian Church Co Operation A call has been extended by tbe of Dotal hoard to the congregation- of the Chriatian CbUtOh of Bt, Francois conn is im aii ail day ncetlng at Fatmiug mn iiii Friday, Seplembur 1st, to or- gauirt lion, Itoalia Uou! Chriatian Church c , i IJJOI i I iii iii'. i plan nl the day 1 llrtTanlsalion! PUOOI KM tn ;n.t. m. Ilevotlousl KxSTciMft. ii no a. in Sermon by In John 0, M Luttenbergei of St. Louis. Bubeei i im i tpportunltiss." 'i p, in Bullosas Session: l ust "The Value ot Orgsnixstion," led lis Mi Ueorge B. Dale and Mi n Patrick. Bccond "Whs Does Bt. Praucoii Couu ts Need Cbrlstisn CoOpsrstiun?" loi lis Judge O. 1 1 Nations .nnl Mt B, A Cole, Discussion, Third Perfecting OtgaalxatioB, Blc- lion of HBcw - aml nn, t Business, Adjourn tor Buppsr, ; in p. in. Bong Service, followed with two sddressesny Rldsr C R. Hankie bsrget of Plat Km-r; Bidet Horsrv Biberell oi Prsdericktowo, on "Tbe Crisis.'' Adjeui nmettt BISMARCK BREVITIES Mis- lle-s Schoch is hero oi, va- oallon c. Kendall was bers nn busioeea Monday. Waltai Beatd in Illinois. Mt- Lulu l.ff. in SI l.olil- Mlsa Getttudi lioine from x i-i t tell i- visiiinir relatives llnik- vititino her lather llii- sveck Mia- Lottie K nld it returned Iran a rlait in Deooto Mt end Mrs. Rd W ml- were De Soto visitor- Tuesday Mis- Gertie Fitagerld visited her left Ftidav grandmother sundny. Mrs, I 'latiton ami itut I lor North Catolina Miss Stella l ite, after n month's visit with hot psronts, bsa returned to Texas. Mn -pent . N. A Cottrell Frldsy wllh Mis and children Robineon at Irondale. Ml-. Uraig, alter a visit with rela tives here, has relumed to her home ni Jonoehoro, Ark. Boarding Pisces Wanted Boatdlog places for atudenta Ing the Commercial College, attend Please li W -end Information Moot hart. In President Has Stood the Test 25 Years The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic. Von know- what you tiro taking, It i- non ami quinine in tasteleaa form. No core, no pay. Lost Heavy plain fold ring with initial J, S. Mo on Inside, Flndet will be liberally rewarded by leaving same svilb C II. Met IllotOCk SHERIFF'S HALE, lly virtue of a genera! tSSCUliOfl is sneii finitt tbe oflnee of tbe Clerk ol tbe Circuit Court of St.Praaooit county, Mo. . dstcd tbe tjth day of August, 1905, made returnsble to tbe August term of said Court lot I0Q5, to tbe Sheriff of St. Prsncoit County , directed end to me de livered, in IsVOI of Merrill Pipkin as Admiuistratnt of the estate of 'm. C. Hsile, decesssd, sod sgsinsl T. P. WbitCi I have soied and Isvisd upon sll the right, title, claim, interest and estate of the said T. 1-'. White of, ill and to tbe following described real estate. situate, lyittg and bslng in the Counts nf St. l;rancois and State ol Missouri, to-vt it: All ol Mocks A, 11, C, ami lots 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, ia, 13, 14, jo, 31. 33, 33, 34, 35, 37. 3. S9i 4". 4J. 43- 45. 4. 47. SB, 49, 50, 51, 5' ami J3 of subdivision of lot numbered 78 of survey No, 2969, town ships is and 36 north, langc 5 oast, said lots containing i.s acres, more or less, beiun same property uxn which tbe brick yaril and kiln and two hrick build ings Oi Sold T, I:. Wbite are located, And I will, on SATURDAY, SKIT. 2, 1905, between the bonis of nine o'clock in the forenoon and live o'clock in the after nism of that day, at the South front door of the court house, in the city of PamiagtoU, in said County of St. PiancOM and State of Missouri, and dutlag the session of the Circuit Court of saitl Countv, tell at public vendue tu the highest bidder, for cash, the fore- ,;iiim described real estate, to satisfy said execution and costs. JAMKS J. CKOKK. Sberifi. August 11, 1905. Obituary 1 l-.jna Hisucbe Stewart wsa born a' Flat River, April 17, 1908, and died I August is. 1906, sgsd I y ears 3 1 months and IS days, liml has called out little Blaoohe Iron tl.;- eld cruel World, and novel more will wo see bet -iiiiliui! faff in the home -If loved 10 well. When sve -ec bet little v ie nit chair. If. is We will miss her dear lit tie pease Bee ami tb tottartog little foOtStOpt as the days go by. lllll ssben on Journey here is ended we ill again set' bet lulling little f.iee amoag the angela, ami with bat obi traobad arms to weloome im hone. Therefore weep nn more dear let bet and not her 1 for remeroboi you will -co bet again God isw abe wsa inn pun. a blossom i n ihh Ballad bet heme in in Farewell deal Blanche work! and Rh bin nil nut fot j ever. Tb) bright little face -hall in- remembered, aud altbougt icoms haul to be lepsrnted Irout must not nr. thiol's ssell " at lhal "Hon doeib Ai M I Mrs, Itosa Josophlue llvpe- died si her bone eight mil sal of Fl it Rlvei ! Fti.luy morning Auii-I h, r.in.',, at gl of lock, of baarl trouble, aged 89 yeara, ft mouth- ami m .lay-. She was I iln not bet ..I lour children, two daughtera and tssn aona, who ssith hei I buabaod ami three brothers ate loll loi in .in 11 her dost li The luneral servloes were held in the church at Marvin Chapel by the writer, altei which the remalm were interred in the nemtlerv I at thai plaen. she sva- a good neigh bor, a kind blend, a loving motbei and Miff, and sif Irtial ibe bsagont to live ssiih Jesus, where wo may neel hei 111 the iwaei by ami by. J. A Woou, 1 n Monda) , August I ft, 1 uuft, tb angel ..I ite-iih entereu tiu- .mo t Race .lam- ami took Iron hla loving embrace the wile of iii- bosom, BUict Rebecca. She waa horn I4ovembei 99, 1-71, ami waa no years, Hmontba ami IB day- nld While the WSS lakon Iron her huaband ami three lit tle children, no doubt, Iron bar owu words, ahe baa gone lo a battel place, slu 1, ore hrr Bffliotlou! ssith patlenoe ami longed lor the line logo initio--i- hei eternal gain Maj her IMosu im pre-- bi t huibsnd and children that : they too will tusks prepsrstion lot the 1 great beyond. 1 1 1-1 remains wore car tied ti. l ittle Vine Cburob, whore bet tuners! was preached bj tin- ssntcr, iftcr which hei 1 ody waa laid to rest in the fftnetery to awsll the great rei ur reel ion morning. J. A. WOOU. City Meat Market THOS. AUTSEN, Prop. Bent meati alwaj b mi band. -! 1 . per cent discount mi castigate. All or dera l 'pbonc promptlj attend cd tn. IH()NL No. 140. ST. FRA I No. No. I No. I No. I No. No. No. I No. No No. No. j No. i No 1 1 ! 121 225 i -'27 2.") 129 ! 2.11 I 1.11 233 141 230 2.17 Nt'lITII I'.OlMl '.vers Week I, very Week Kven Week Kvery T.verv Kvery Week Kvery Tver) Kverv K Day. Days. Day, Days. Day. Days, Day, Dsv. Day. 'Day. Day Day, Day. I A M. A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. P. If. IV M. I'. M. 1'. M. P. M. 1'. M. I'. M. P. M. I1 Da Lassus lav. BtSf I2:ial2!45 ' 3:40 S:43 6:4fl State Uoapital- 7t07 1:44 9:04ilOt30jl2 : 18112 1 Sll ':J.s 3i4fi 4:22 5:30 6:47 H 1 06 . Farrnington. hXV. 6t0 7: IS 7:52- 9:U IO:44U:.7il2:'i9! 2:.U 3:52 4:30 0:58 6:55 8:14. Depot Lv. 6:13 7:16 7:5.1 9tl4l0:4fi12:30l 1:07 f:35 3:58 4:.Tt s:S8 7:4o 8:30 1 Powei Honae 622 7:26 8:04 9:2410:55l2i4(3 L18, 2:4.". T n4 4:401 6 '08 7'49j 8 4( Bather. . Arv. ";l 7:43 9:41 11 : 14 1 1:00 13:02 4:57, 8:09 8-5". Kstliet I.v. o:3 7:43 9:4311:13 1:08 3:01 '4:57 BtlOj 8:00. Plat River ";4"' 7i80 : 9:4911:22 1:09 .... 3:12 i 5:04 8:17 9:08 , LJ L Li L.i L I Si c note below regarding Nn. 229 nn Sundays. j j i t j j i I i r i r No. No. Nn. No. No. , No. No. , No. No. No. No. ! No. No. . .. lt, '2" 122 222 224 , 226 ; 128 228 230 13(1 i 232 14(1 ! 234 138 ! HOI lll-llOl til) brerj Week Kvery Week Week Kvery Kvery Week Kvery -Kvery Kvery , Kvery Kvery I Hay. liny- Hay Hays. Days. Hay Day Daya Day. Has Day. Day Day. A. M. A M. A. M. A. M. A. It. A. M. A. M.P. M. P. Sl. I'. It. P. M. 1'. il. I'. M. 1 Klal Kiver Lv. 6:5sj 7:."i4 9:Slj ll:2oj 1 15 J 3'-2o 346L ..' hther Arv., 7,05 1 8:01 1 9:3t 11:35' 1:22 3:28) K:SSl Ksher I.v : 7:05 BtOll 9:58 114t 1 23 3:28 5:531 " 1 j I'nveT't Houae 5:47 7:26 B: 18 10:17 11:40 11:59 1:48 2:55 :i l' 5 10 6 12 7 Mi Farrnington krv. 5:56 6:59 7 35 8:2710:27 11:49 12 (18 1:52 3:05 4:03 5:20 6 21 768 BtpaH I.v. 5:56 6:89 7:35 1 8t27lO:27lltSSl2lol 1:53 3:06 4:03 5 2(1 6:21 7 58 State Hospital 7:07 7:43, 8t JOllOtSslll :59.12 : 18 2 :01 3:1414:11 5:281 6 29 S IIC lie Lasstts Arv I 8:40; l :U5'12 : 2l 3:20 6-3sl 6 35l No mi will atari ft Slali- IIospit.il at 6iOJ a m, tu loeeive passaafSN upon request the evettttU tires ions tsrta rrom rlrat strsst st 0:06 a. m, No. . 2') will run only p PowSI House on Stitulas s. No. 135 will start from Hospital upon rSqWaSl Si 0Ua; Otkerwiss It starts Irom l-'irst street. Nos j6 and 138 ssill run to Stale Hospital BpoU request ol paSSSagsrs; Otherwise tkey atart from Pint stieet No, 2.,') will mn lo He l.assus on Bundaya Upon request ot passengers. in addition to tiio above car- sehettaM "Bvarj Day." the bltowini wiUI lie opiralafl "lanclays only 1 I.v. Arv III hilsstts . . . Farrnington. . Flat River. Direct connection at Bsthsi ss ttli Illinnis Bosthsni Kv . trains tu ami from St. I.ouis. Also for iK.iuls in Illinois via Illinois South era Ry tM for points south via "Frisco." Direct connection st Ds l.assus with .St. L I M. & So. Ry to and from points south NO. IS4 anil Nn. -JS dirscl to Kmth-bonnd trains on llclmoiit Branch offeriuK opportunilv lot travel as tar south ns Freilcricktown ami Charleetoa sad return same night on Iron .Mountain Fast Freight north. No. ISO delivers pilMtlgsra anil No. receives psSSSBgSea in comicctioii with Iron .Mountain Fust Freight north due at De LaasMM ut 6:30 p. III. Non. 22h and rjh receives pasacueern from M. K. Ut B T. Rv. C. H. BOS WORTH, Vice-Pres. FELL WHILE BOARDING CAR. Mrs. Mary L Fleming of Doe Run and Little Girl Hurt in St. Louis. Mrs, Mary I.. Fleming of lino Itiiu. Mn , sod I, mine Carver, 8 years old, iii attempting to board apiovlog Pane avenue car at Sixth street and Wash niljtoii avenue in St loula la-l Friday ab. nit noun, auataiusd heavy Isllt P Hot nan Florida carried Mrs. Flem ing into the Woll-Wileoe ding store 1 in iineiora attended her and brand hei -nil ting Iron an injury to the heal i lie child, t hoy said, WSS BOI aeriously hurt. Mt- Ptemlna i- atonnins at the borne ol William Carver, Ho. 8090 Russell avenue, aud it ! Mi- Carver mil 1 1 it 1 - L'irine, bad bean dnwutown vei ! ibopj 1 1 jr . They Intended to board a II Page avenue on 10 o bona, ami tried lOellogel mi while it sva- in motion Mra Carver, in Islling, itruok the child and knocked hat doWO. Both tkfti in the Carvei borne afiei Juriea bad bean dreaaad. tin For Sale I. illli- W'umb-i gasoline lamps, food 1- tiess ai tie burner gasoline -I'lVf Apply at F M l.aaktoaii's 1 ii ne; Bioro, For Sale A new Ollvei typewriter 1 has been "'' '"" s short time W ill sell same (or half price Call on 01 address lK. li, J, IIOHIMSOH, I MONEY 81V rriilt'roa BWSJ mills through lliottgbtlessncss. Vou eanool spend money thoiigbtleasly if yon have a iiitiik nni-nunt, The van tot nf drawing b ul k makea vou think. SI. HARMINQTOtN, MO , wants to make yon think before ineiiiling. Mo it invites you tn open .111 aceniinl there, lie it little or big Interest (raid nn Time Depoaita, iDtiipotindetl iiiitniiills ur .--in i 11 11 -niialls Insured against burglars. Capital siock. $30,006 Surplus. H.000 TU08, II. S'I'A M , PkkudKNT. J, M, HORKIM, .VlCE-PRBStDBNT. i B. OOVBU ( ASIIIKK. Tims s BURKE, Akh'tCahhibr UNDLEHH AMOUNTHo 1 TT Tft NCOIS COUNTY RAILWA Y CO TIME Effective Sunday, NOKTH IlOt'NI) I 12:45 pm I 3 40 pin I ... I 53 am 8:31 am 1 02 pm 3 53 pin 5:00 1 1 36 pm I 4:30 pin 5:39 Facts Are Stubborn Things Uniform excellent quality for OVr a quarter Of a Century hrm Htoadily IniWaSMad the Hulna of LION COFFEE, The leader of all package coffees. Lion Coffee in now tiHod in miUioiiH of homen. Kuch popular HticceHH apeaka for itself. It in a positive proof that LION COFFEE hm tho Confidence of the people. The uniform quality of LION COFFEE surviveD nil opposition. UON COFFEE kpa Hm old trlends ud twake new ones cvry day. ON COFFEE baa .vet. more than Its StrengUi. Flavor and Qual ity to commend It. On arrival tram tbe planlatlon.lt la earetullv roost- ed at our factorlea and securely packed In 1 lb. acaled packages, and not opened again until needed lor use In the home. This nrrrlns, tbe possibility ol adulteration or contacS with oerma. dirt, dual. Insects or unclean bands. The absolute purity 08 UON COFFEE la therelorc guaranteed Q u. cons am er. Bold only in 1 ih. Btabagas. f iim head on nvsry packafre. Karo thosn Lioa-htcels fur Tabml-I- pNnuumi. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE , WOOLBON HPICE CO., Volsda, Ohio. A HOT WEATHER SALE OF VlOhET TAItCUJH POWDER High! in the tuidsl ol the season, when Talcum is most used aud 11 coded, wo are offering Palmer's exqnisila and delight -lulls fragrant powder nt 13 cents; two Boxes for 25 cents. Talcum Powder when dusted on the skm nftoi bathing makes yon cool urnl com fortahle, it peevents ehuflug una the skin irritations entnmon tn hot weather, li i t'xoellenl for baby's i-kin. It is delight ful tot' men in use after shaving. Beroem bar there is no finer Talcum than Palmer's (1ITY DRUG STORE SCHRAMM'S Ice and Soda Water ARE BEST AND PUREST. f I I p I " p IS made at our own well equipped Vw n I l phint, where we have every mod ern appliance for making PUKE ice. The water we use is from deep wells and ia all distilled before usiiiK No pond stuff here. You know what you ot. OUR SODA IS that it is made ritfht. ONLY PURE CALIFORNIA FRUIT JUICE USED in our soda. No impurities are found in tho Schramm Soda Water. They all keep. Ice and Soda Water Delivored promptly anywhere in town. Schramm Bottling & Ice Manufacturing Company, Idrinlngton Phone No in CARD. August 27th, 1005. SOUTH-BOUND. Lv. Flat River. . . Arv. Parmington Arv. De Lassns. . 9:00 am 9 '82 am 9 45 am pm pm A. J. ZWART, Pres. & M g r. Eb a all maderiirht here, where ea E exnort soda water miikuru hoc f Ivlnv Phone So 199 No, No. i 137 Everj I ') P. at. 135 vorj I las- 9:55 No No. 23(i 23H Svery Be'ry Day. Day 8:20(9 id 8 299: 18 83(1,9: 19 at nfies (It lift wise It 1 -io pm 2 IS pm 4 40 pm 5 :90 pm 5 Si pm