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taftninaton mimes AND HERALD. Ib: jfarminoton Itmcs printing do. FAUMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., OCTOIJEB 18, 1905. ; Volume 32, Number 39- GOOD DRESSERS lu 1- it . 1 .Cchmab T ' A WEW SHIRT PATTERNS hum "i 1 iioliliy pnttt-rm in new I'.dl shut- for men have jlisl arrived. You might to Ilii'in llir are laMltttie mill llii'j lii righ in H,.' in -l, . PRICE $l.fiO. MORRIS BROS, Farmington, Mo, H B. LLDBETTER, A TT03NF.Y-AT-LAW, Fahmincon, M ! lUre i'i 11 1 hi. ii 1 . 'I Ml 1. 1 1 W. H. YOUNG ATTORNEY AT t AW. Mil Ml I'I lll.lv. AMI .11 Mill III llll ITU I .V-Armin-.jton mo. 1 See in tr. 11 w mi mui' nun. iin M 1: mil 111 1: 11 M Mini K1 SMITH MARBURY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, m 1 nc i, TVXo. PU l I I' I III llll tt.O I -'tllll. ill ROUtltfSl Rlisuurl . I lu hi . ijiuliM'nurt ol iiefll mm I III' Huprvilll' ' 'ill 1 niiiri. in mi . KraiteoO 1 in nnnk ImUdtns J. L. HAW, JR. ATTORNEY All AW. 1 arntlRftea, Mlssaurl w in practice In nil the Courts al Mlwourl. mil. ,. 11 No i llcultj llulldln-t.) iW. S. ANTHONY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 3Fn-m iufttou. IVXcj. Iii vi rtuKR lu all tlia Ooorta ol M tMotirl im OBlrc in lloalty liiiiiiilin;. EDWRD A. ROZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kakminiitur, MISSOURI, Viru i practice 111 -in Hi'- 1 Isol Mil nil MnUBcti 111 uaaltv Bullillas. DR C L BLANKS I'llVSH IAN, parminRlim, Missouri. oatas in iii'tiii) iiuiiilins Uixiiii it. 1 irni'c plume, SBI Iteslilt'iiee phtMM, IW. DR W. L.WINN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Parmiustmi. iVJ .. infill IN in . Kl.lt RirfMIIRn, HRjXf MOOR III Itll II IRIINfm MtIS k i. . lintCe 'limlli', I -. llPMlilMu'r I'll. nin. Hi. DR. C. R. FLEMING PHYSICIAN, tNHtngtOBi : : : Missouri. oaMM in Kaaltl llulltllna. u. Kil l, THONK IlKHIIiaNCI 'PHOHRI Nn. IT 1 No. III. DR. E. B. BARROW, "IF DENTIST, FARMINCTON, fRISOURI. t)fl(.'K 'nil.' Nn. II lloalty llalMlita. I'liitni' Nn, ta ItcalRiitwc No, I 7 Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 kfls stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half MnBon I bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c. I Endoaed with every aottla la a Ten Cent, pacaaga at Grove's RBacat ICoeO Uvar Has. 1 A, find clothe Ml isfactmu ul urn store, We have made v i -jnf -I'nl selections from the very UCWCRl tlcRigll of tilt vi Kchwiih 'lot hins I to., ami nffet ihcse garment ul prices 1 hut are right . Bach and ever) garment n t -tun 1 linroiighl) -In link Inline- 11111I in lined mill 1 iit 1 1 with 1 In1 1 -I mil lerinls We waul in null mil utlclilioti In 11ml link your inspection of sonic "f Mir handsome mils single Mini double breasted ntyltK, 111111I1' ul the m i in-west ruin ics, 1 IirI a h in- I'll' i inir hi $15 Thet iii1 extra amid ulur A Southeast Millionaire Woman. Mrs. Marj H Uolladay, of Wil linmsville, Way tic county, who made herself president of the Vil liamaville, Urcenville nndHt. Bonis railroad, l ann . although she wns n director, the manager uf tin' road refused In give her a puss iilil tlm road IimI week fur f 1,000, INM). I'nlil she soM the road, Mrs lliiimiinv wns tin' only woman mil road preaidenl in ibe United Btatea, probably in tlm world, Though only sixty mill's long, the road is one uf the lea! feeder in Southern Missouri. A pnivliaa intc ayndieale, headed b) John s. 1 .1 ti sr. Kanaaa I'ity.aaoc led Mm. ilnllnday nl the helm. Tin' $,- .ikmi u.is iaid in .Mrs. Unllada) at tin1 National Bank nf I'oromeree in si. Loiua Inst Saturday. "I KueHM I made more money in iln' laal ten month than any worn mi in America," ibe aaM. "I liked being at the head nf u big enterpriae nil right, bnl ii harden n woman, and the drop out uf ao eietj . I w ill move to St . Lonin now inn! n l urn in aoeiety. 'What made mo go after the prenidenny wan I eouldu'l have imss while I wna director. Bo I bought ilu' road and made myaelf lireaident, Then I had all the pas ses I wanted. ' ' Tin' Deu mi Ruye thai probably Uuriitberflville in the only town in ili intry where a farmer lias to pay fur tlm privilege nl watering lii.- hone, OWEN A. SMITH, M. D.. BYB AND K A IV. AT TA F lii CI t M rnwHlay, TbaPMlay anil Ratanlay, hhic Hr. ItubltMoti! HalMlnR, AT FL AT RIVR. M Iiij , iwfaadBi mill rvidRi . C. A TETLEY, DENTIST I Mi Ml M. I 11 MISSUl'K ufficeovei Tctley'n lewelery Store. DR. J. W. BRAHAM, ESIDENT DENTIST, Fm-uilntou, rvif. A.i.1. kinii ul dantal opafatlotu with tttt I Inlcm nmi must uppruvi'ii npptiitncei unit imattiodi, aii worn iruiu'iuti 1 in give at I ifactton. av oRicti ai paitdan DR. t I. rtORTON, l-MTMTIOT FARMINUTON, MISSOURI otTJea hi' tain in UoUar a Unuj Baud tag, w Warrensburg the Scene of an In teresting Meeting of Prom inent Missouri Demo crats. Cockrell, Stone, Folk, Dockery, Champ Clark and Others Deliver Inspir inn Addresses Kometime Risen BepreRentative Wallane Uroawy aenl mil inviln t inns in tin' Demoeratic memlietn uf tin' atiaaonri Ijegialature ami other prominent Itemoerati of t lie Htate fur a reunion at Warrenbnrg In lake nn Recounting of the -.' nil tinu nnil lu get Itigetlu . m parly differeiiecit that might egiai. lu reaponHe to I bin invitation there wa a large gathering al Warron bung mi lb" Ilrd iuat., whieh took the form nt an ovation i" formei ttenalnr Prauoii Marion OeRikrell Among tin notable gneata were Heuator Htonc, tioveruoi Kolk, former tlovernor Ibukery ami t'ongri'taniHu Champ ('lark. At ti a banquet given m the evening I speeches w ere made by MeRHtH L'oekrell, Kolk, Ktone, Utn'ker) and ('lurk. Uov. Polk, in the pouter n( Ins remarki, Raitl 'hat he hml no de Hire lc interfere with any veated right, ti lie did demand thai the ' liquor BreatR ami all other in turret . tt' the law'; I bat lln liquor into, iete hml no right in de mand the speeifll privilege ul Ian i breakiug, ami thai il migbl he neoeaaary in order in regulati this traffle throughout the Htate in have a Htate h'.M'ise (.ommiHioner, with power tu license uml nnntrol an loon in every eount) lie iilao touched npon grafter ami btHid lent, anil Raid thai a grafter is nut uneeaaaril) a boodleri thai graft ing may nut he unlawful. "Il i either a special privilege pxeroiaed eoutrary tu law, or one that the law itself mil) give. Privileges, monopoly privilege, law-protected privilege are grafts, uml thould he hateful lu ev ery I leinnerut . When the offtcern nf u great Incur nine oompauy use the money in their hand lor their own profit, that is u graft; when the president nl a great insurance company lakes fnud held in Irual fur the bene Heiariea of inauranee polieie uml without their knowledge ami con scut ennverls a part of the truet t u mis into a political campaign fund, Hint is embeaalemenl just the same us if n public official in charge nf the public funds were to put his hand into the public treas ury ami take i herefrom money, which he turns uvcr to BORteone else for political or private pnr poRe. The official of a life in ftnrtaiiue company should be in ns, nutcd when they are faithlea the Milne us corrupt men in public of Hoe. 1 Legitimate eombinntioua nf oapital, whether they he for iuaur anee purpoae or otberwiae, tin en titled to fair treatment the name ns individual, tu equal ami exact justice, mi inure anil nn less. But it they cannot exist without reaorl iug in bribery uml aurreptitiou violation of the law it would be heller fur the pimple that they he wiped out nf existence. The time may come when the State will in sure liar own citizens nt fur less coat, ami wiib fur more sulci tn those who need that protection." Senator Stone, along the lines nf party barmooy, aid i 'From this time forth it is to be hoped that we will bear less talk aiming Demoorata aboul machines, old or new, anil that there will he less of suspicion, uml less of ueri- mnny and bickering. The spirit of discord is fast dwindling already and it is to he hoped that after thin meeting it will disappear. Meeting! f this kind give aaaur Unee Oi victory, for when the .Mis souri Democracy is united uml aroused it is invinoibla. Meeting nf this character ate nut for sen ti men tal love-making or sentiment al gush uf any kind, hut they arc expressive of a wise purpose 00 the part of Democrat to act with aenae in party affairs and nut tn play the part of fools for Republican profiting. If the spirit of this meeting shall he rcllcclcd through out the State, then the Democratic party will stund on solid ground. If we arc Demoorata we must have at least one oommon object, and that is to restore the Democratic party to nnqueationed Bupremacy in Missouri. The least government consistent with public order is the beat, As the country and the Slate advance, new conditions will arise and new problem confront us, and the Democratic party must prove itself capable of meeting every situation, so ns to promote what is good in the things thai arc new without destroying what is good in the things that are old. We should keep onr bearing, and not steer the ship into StltlOge seas We must be sane, uot spasmodic ; de liberate, not emotional; level headed, nni reekleaa, Only "fool rush iii where angaJa fear to tread." "Next year we arc again to test our strength against the Republi cans, and we must he ready. Ex cept for the misfortune of having such splendid Democrats as were on our ticket defeated, it. may be thai il is well enough to let the Re publican have the office for a term. They can't do any good, of course, Imi we can keep them from lining any barm, Tu let them hold Ihearcitm and drive the wngou lor awhile will make them feel better ami more like saying something dooenl about the Stale Instead nl forever Iterating it, and, us I have said, I he) cannot, nndei oui watchful siipci visinn. do any great harm while exercising their public functions, altieii indifferent!) i iplipltetl for the service. "Again, Ibeir opsortunille will make them wiser men, and poaeihl) better citizens The) will discover Hull the) tttt iici-n woefully tuis Inkeit, nt woefully deceived by Ibe bold, unblushing partisan mendac lly wilh whittli they have beau slnffed KAr inalauee, ydn will remember how Republican orator uml newspapers charged with damnable iteration, thai Democrat ie ollleinl hml pliiudereil the tiens 11 1 in general, nml tin school fuml in pHi'tieular of million of dollars. Dining tlm last campaign that model religious daily, the Miotic Democrat, employed experla, so called, to prove thai the treasury pilfering amounted in more than (1 1 ,000,000, and you w ill ramem hrr what u wild OMmor there was jnsi for u chance to nee the book Niuv they have bad the book fur nine rooutb, uml the) know btdter, The tongue of the aeonaer is palsietl, uml olamor has given Wa) in silence. They arc wiser men. "Again, they were told and lic lieved thai i in- Htate Board of hlqiialixation, through favoritism, was asaeaaiug railroad propertj relatively lower than other proper t) ami vastl) under a proper valua tion . The board winch nt this year, with one exception, wns l(e pnhliean, imi the aaavaamenl uf railroad property was left substan tially where that board found it I be small increase made being only about the average made each year because of increase in mileage, equipment, business mid the like. Better information dissipated false impression uml made them wiser men . "We will put Missouri mice more in Ibe lead of Democratic Commonwealths, ami make her example an inspiration tu the national Democracy. We will not milk the insurance companies or the trust for campaign funds w ith which to corrupt the electorate, Imi we will appeal in both State ami nation to the conscience of the people, to I In ir native sense uf justice and tu the passionate love iill true Amerieaus have for the iu tegiityofour institutions ami the nation' liQiior, ami 1 do nut be lieve we will appeal in vain. "In the Nation reform will be the slogan, and the answering calls will swell into a song of triumph. Reform in the tariff, which is de stroying our foreign trade, fuster ing minister monopolies, ami op pressing the people , Reform in railroad transportation, so that reason, justice nml equality shall prevail, Reform in water trans portation, su thai the great pro ducing Slates nf the Mississippi Valley may have competition und cheaper rates from tin Great Lakes and the Western mountains to the Unit. Reform in election, so that the presidency may uot be sold in the market place. Reform incx- I Hturai, sn that the pcuplc may nut be oppressed with needless tax ation. Reform in administration, su that the law may be enforced against the strung as well as the weak. Reform in the departments, so that the ngents uf monopoly may not direct our public affairs and that the long revel nf official clinic may cense Reform is the slogan, and never was there a time when thut battle crv should stir the people us now. 'The times are auspicious for Democratic triumbb, and the skv above grows brighter every day. The next battle is ours if only we are true to ourselves, Therefore let us du our duty. Democrats of .Missouri, every man of ns. Duty well dune will bring victory as its reward. ' The fool bull season has opened; likewise, also, the fatality column is increased by the number of deaths from foot bull. Last Friday a student of Swiirthmorc OollegC , near Philadelphia, was so severely hurt from an injury to the brain i hat he will die. A man near Setlalia thought that be would prevent, u wild turkey from leading his flock of turkeys away, and for thai purpose killed it. This cost him $2"i, and he was tint, allowed even the privilege of eating the bird, for it was sent to the city hospital nt BedeJla for the patients. A farmer near Kind, Okla., bus bad eight i nips of alfalfa from his farm, and if the plensant weather continues be can harvest another crop. The crop iR worth from $50 to $75 an uere. THE HIGHER LIFE. A Sunday School Problem and the Model Teacher. aatasat ofsataaia prsecRjad Bf Ktdsr Kd wiii'ii uwari in Hie ' i i I'm cRundt, IrariBlnsWn, Mo,, Ud Wf, inn- ITast, Lin at or. One uf the great problem con fronting the Church to day is the Bible school. The Church de pends fur its existence mi I ho boy uml girls Where arc the) I ( if the 10,000,000, children who at lend our public schools aol tweiity live per cent nl these arc fottlld in be classes ul nor Bible schools I n i he Stale nl Missouri i here are 109,01 bildreii of e I age wnu do not attend Bible scIiihiIh, nr who me nut under religiuui instruction. Tin work before the Bible school is great, uml must be dune, ill Hit! t'lllircll If lust. Allot her problem is, tlm lint twenty live pel' Iteill uf tie children attending Bible school lire in be found ni public worship Win n UK I lie bo) and gn U III form the lut I ii i of iitleniling chut eh sci v Parents who neglect theii dnty, and encourage children In leave public worship, are forg iug themselves a wcntnu ihat will picice their hearts, Cllll'illg pane ami angiiiah ' 'He uol di ivetl . Ilud is nut mocked: whatsover a man sdweth, i Imi shall In- also nap." The work of a Bible scIiimiI teacher is nn child's nitty , ur aii hour's ainiisemwiil "Behold, Hn Lord HihI will come with strong. baud, ami liis arm -hall rule fill bim Behold, his reward is with him mid Ins work iRSfore him lie ...hall feed his thick like II shep herd, he shall gntlcr the lamb with his arm, ami carry them m bis lioaom." Note Ibe BTeatlicss and tenderness nf our Lord; a strong hand, and n ruling arm ; yet, 'Me shall feed his lluck like a shepherd." Uuiding, feeding, protecting, nourishing ami healing them Wonderful combination of office has onr Teacher, llnler, Ser vantl Lord and .Master, washing the disciples' feci ; Prince and Hav ior, bearing our snfferng" . We have sympathy for those who hesitate lu teach u class in the Bible school. The standard is nut raised su high bnl it may be reached by all who desire in du su. Teachers require knowledge of the Bib!.- Think uf a teachei in u law sehi'iil wim Hues inn kimw lilncK tone, or a teacher iii a medical school who cannot turn tu Cray's Anatomy. This would be out uf the question; yet we have hun dreds of teachers in mil Bible school who know next tu nothing aboul the Bible I fear that what wns intended In be a help In leach era to study the Bible and pre pare the leson, bus lieen a gn at hindrance; they depend on the lessson helps to the neglect of the Bible. The teacher must 'nut only know the book, bill must also kimw the scholar seven day in the week. In addition to knowledge, the teacher needs zeal, euergV, fervency ami hue A man ma) be a guild doctor and not love his patients; ii good lawyer, and even hate some of Ins clients; hut he cannot be a good Bible sahool teacher if he dues nut love every member of his class ami know them personally. The head must work nut the method, but the boll t lit II fastens the lcssnlt must he forged in I he heal nf the hum man heart, Seethe tenderness of the great shepherd "He shall gather the lambs with his arm uml carry I hem in his bosom." The honlden arc sufficient fur the "lust sheep,'' but bis bosom is re served fur the lambs, The shOnl dere are fur power, the back for force, but the boSOm is the seal nf love- A model teacher will lie n gatherer. As the magnet draw the needle to its self so the teach cr will draw a das.-, having arms to gather ami a bosom to carry in. The teacher will uplift the claaa Water never rises above its level, su the class never rises nhuvc the teacher. The teacher w ill bear the class furward; I hey arc laid on the heart, hence they will guard and cheer them, finding their greatest delight in the class. Clinrm of the Alps The JuiiKti'mi has always hail un B ileserl liable charm fur the Alpine cllniLi or. It Is as If up on those alibiing Batghts siune sheii voice was over SlBgtna du' MBJ uf each BUM'S heart's daefrs, ivupip mi timid that they limit askance at a Itttp htttlST have BSM known tu lie llllcl with an ttBCODQBSr alilc d SOU'S to reach that far utt worhl of nnu thai inui us them with Its over powering peace Many have reached the tup anil fuiinil that what looked like faint ibadOWl to the watchers In the valley WBTC, In truth, mighty cragH ul ice, and seemingly hottllffllSBI ravines. And tliev who have stood on (he very top, so near the heavens that the world below seemed hut a fading shadow, Ray that moment repaid t hem for all the dangers endured From Tea White Sphinx." by Kathleen L Clrelg. In Four Track News. Tattoo Marks Betray. A assert er from the Itrltish army wai Identllled recently by the following tat too marl CS BpoB him: A cross on the left forearm, with the words "In lovlm: memory" a Jockey with two flHgs. lluf falo Pill, a heart on the hack of ins left hand, a horseshoe w ith OTOSBSd whips, a cross w ith the figure of a soldier lean tug on It. a pierced heart, a heart on the right forearm, a heart with claspad Lands, a soldier and a Rirl. A .1. IW A AAASkA AAA.AAAAAAA AAA A 7 PIPE ORGAN RECITAL I ov ft Edwin Vaile McIntyre 4 Thursday, Oct. 19, FARMINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. uiwni VsImi Molotyre nill give an organ reotlsl ai Ibe Karmlni 1 ion Preabyteriaa l atncii on Thursday Bvaalng, tleiober IB, t WOfi l ander the ausploes nfl the Voaac Ladles' aoetety ol that Chuteli - .-hi ' t-.; . V i , liMfl'iiiiin mi y Esta'j'L Knvi ix II n.i 4 Mr, Mcluiyic I among I lie h i- in en ii chinch and coneeii ntgRBisi lot tin- paal lilt. -i ii years, In si. UnBBi he hi" been nrgaaial at the Kn-t Presbyterian L'liureli, Ibe a Seeuiid Baptist Church, sad al present Is orgaaial id remple larael E sj lb- has given recitals lliruaghoni the ennntry ami with untlnrni AdmBsdoa to the leeiial will rickets on lala si City Itrng Hiore, a t SOUTHEAST NEWS. Crystal City is tn have a $15,000 hotel, which will be ready b) June 1906, Burglars were busy at I ronton one night last week, us four or live houses wele Bntofed during the suiiie night. The new Catholic cemetery at Prederiektown will be dedicated November 2nd, uml tbeoldceme- b rv, which litis been used mi Dr PRICES c eam Baking Powder PURE-wTtOLESOME-RELIABLE MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED SOLELY FROM GRAPES. IN WHICH DELICIOUS FRUIT IT IS FORMED BY NATURE IN THE PRECISE COMPOSITION IN WHICH IT IS USED IN DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER. - ' Its superiority is unquestioned Its fame world-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food TURN THE CAN AROUND and you will learn what is the "power behind the dough." In the high-class powders it is cream of tartar, extracted from clean, delicious grapes, and that is healthful. In the low-grade powders it is "phosphate alum," or "sodium aluminum sul phate," which is also alum, a mineral acid, and that makes the food unhealthful. Of what use are twenty-five ounces for twenty-five cents, if eight of these ounces are alum ? Food baked with alum baking powders is found to contain a portion of the alum unchanged 1 The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion, causing dyspepsia. When buying baking powder, examine the label and take only a brand whose label snows it to be free from alum. .Mi Intvhi leading nrgsubu ot the count r) ami t be 50 cent-; child ten ' cents, ft Fsrmtngtiin, IS.".), will nut be used tut' BU) mure burials, The first burial re curded is that uf Khzabetli .Miller, aged 10 years, Jnne 23, 1829 A hall doaetl new btiiik were Bunouneed in Southeast Missouri the past week Kvety little CIOS road town now ha a bank. The city council uf Trenton is considering a curfew law fur men which will compel nil men tu be ut home b) midnight Ii is said tn be tmiiaidered in view nf so much I pelly thieving after thai hour. Tinu i-"a weeping tree in the cemetery at Hte. (lencvieve which u attraoliug mutdi atleutiou. Ilmo is only ii little over a year I old ami the property owners there : mr already building concrete walks. The Maiden New siiys that a i large swarm of dragon Hies passed over that town Sunday afternoon , Wolves arc killing Reynold county sheep. 'I be Reformer sm s thui wolves nn very plentiful down ! there. The first Pridn) in Novi mher is I Eugene Pield Dm ami Inn hers nre Urgrtl I Icbrnte the ir in the wa) "t making children familiar with lb w riling nf ttie poet . ii will try very ban' tu se I niicd Htate subviperi in stalilUl licit is lu be B0 D, S, hell Pi n " Ilu line uf the Mis- lie in lion Mountain mail I u t In public se I nut, s in I he Ni Madrid Missourian there is a request thai young children should I nl be Kl'lll In School In be iHkell line ut during 'be afternoon by sn older t'lipil 'I'he Ik s.,io I'm -, thinks that guild mail iters should prevail among women nl church - well as hi ti e lllt'lltcr, nml wean is uf huge ball ought in remove I hem for the bene lit ut i In ic in huui them. Kugiiic Till nn th, Inui Moun tain ha been iii twelve wreck w ii inn i he past two year The Kretlei n ktnw ii I hmooral N e w s thinks there will be something doing when the next one happens Tie Beliloli Record siiys u il ti Want In bin the deep well that was sunk there lit a cnsl ol '$12,' 000 The offer is made by a com pan) who expect in bottle and ship i he water nml establish a SHttita riura t here also, A defective bridge in Jefferson county gave way on the 2nd while c W. Baveratiok ami Win Rellby were crossing with their threshing machine. The latter waa killed by the large engine ami tank falling nil him. Home very interesting statistics were brought nut lit the recent Old tattlers' Reunion in JeaTanota county. 'I'he firal postoffiee in that section was at Berculanenm in 1811, with Charle A. Austin as liusl master . The site of the build' nig has been washed into the Mis sissippi. There wa- a mail frnm Si hums every two weeks. There were postoffiee al Helnia in lMJs, Hunville in 1888, Glenflnhu iu S:;s and Tyro 18110, All tbesu office arc now defunct All new School It, inks anil S0BOO HO pp lies it Mr- I'cllv's news stand.