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Farming ton, Missouri. i REAL ESTATE, OFFICII IN FARTHNQ" TON I1BRCANT1LB CO. HI. OIL, N. W. C()RN:R ll IBLIC SQUARE. . . . f Ire. i ii rn .mi,. I'latc filuss und Accident PHONE NO. 219. Insurance. Special Agents New York Life Ins. Co. " I WHA . OC TOBER IS, 190, COUNTY OFFICERS. Hut,- sennToi .J . mproeaUtetlVC. ' 'rest, line JudfS CO), nun i jOUtl) Juil .'i- Hrsl UtStrll I O. I.. Hit , i,.l , I KM1 l T. TULLOOK .1 BUI Union ai.i.ks Hill ,. Nvlloss i wiu.um . I.AWtlF.MT. It. I OS M IS I r. I-VT I IN .1. J. I'ltohl i M Wilson i ,iuiii) Jades in i Mat i ii i lad r I : u itork ulreuH Court . .. ' "k-rk count) Uouli f uottaetnr, 1 rronsurer MllTllt t'lns, , iitllll- Mli, I ii") USB mwif ".mull -i,,v,.),,r ' I II HOSTOB I'k.isi l' ii Hwln T T. IAI.TOS Vkl lo COURTS i.'iKcrii in ii i , .,,1), I Noliitit) -, uii't'i Judas .111,1 v in tlni . n i in mii ii in I Iral Mondai in i , iii mi . Ma) luirusl ttiul Movemtter , nt,, iuii i ,,i in i v, minis iii Jim .ill 1 . M'l II. Jim ull'l I WW CHURCHES. fin in 1 1 SI IV "01 . K, ' UlCKOS . Cal lor Prsacldii i -hi,. in rnWH and sen inns aandar school it n a m . wu, at, Hska, Huuertnitmdcnt. Prefer msetlna w BfliioaOaj ovanina. Mmnoiiim i rmi oi-ai . - -wit. I " .Iinmn... 1,1-1, 1 I 1. 1 ti every .-inula) normal and svenlnej sunder school at v mi in .Mi ni. ii i pieais, superintendent, rraysi msetlna even WsdnssOnr snlns. mi in, M.i-i i oral nv. W. ii ate nii, h. i n . i,, i Praachlna even Sunday inornina and vsenlnn; Sunday school l t '.in. in In. W, K Klllot, attttOI'lllten0',t rr.iyri meetins i Ki.i Wsonssasr vsttins. iui ii-i ties . m in ' '" motor. I'reachlnil cm i ) Mindaj . mini: Ml eve mint Burnley Rrrtnol Hi a , i M.. W. A. i mm ii. Mi,iTiiii, ii ii in run ' ttrsetlni mrh Wounesdai Kvvnlnn Junior n . l, ii, meets sumlaj hi R r 1,1 anouenlor II I. v. p l ii i ni , II 111- 1 1 IV nurtur I'rvti and i' nil, ill a. .in a. in i hrttttan i n .-l.-nlllK III ' I I I MMUM fwaiehlna 1 I In- MWHl , i itholii prlMj llau loo'etooft , in n'li in. I .i-M i m i it. , , rj Sunday moraine inlay school every Kumtaj - i i.Ai . supurtntsnttsnl III -ode!) BVSS -IIII'Ll) It I II, ,111.1 IM. . itj .-niKi.i)' aiornlnii i. .-ni-ni alter ebureli, i . i ni i: Team i . t . . i -an, lay eseapt 1,,-in -a in,, dai at I IM-I, Mtdenl nnM at I , l.ik man ' -. f DtOVO poliill Hay, nala ai. I ni, ,n-n: i'h New emiutry i ilinir ai Kleiu'i, il eorn ai Kleina, -I - ii Hornng'a, Ii 11 ti ai Kiel - in si tiiurae, ti Ihi- week Pot Fine Hook Bum t.reen lol al Klein'- I ni,, i. l.inii- si it iimei v i,. I'elty'a jreen eppor Will II Ihi- week rlan In in si. I,, All the new HiMik Store html booka al Pell) '-i- in North Mi ti Hail nn bnaiuaaii (let ii, iii teed lieal i Farmlnglon Milling i louipan) . Jasl roeoived a line Ii Pelll - Hook St, nr. , llllilr- lit Sim Pelll Ihe - k new (' ik Sinn ipy. .lit llm.k- Mra a hill I, , .1 .war St. I la. hat n tnriiril linni X'bOtnM AUlMB ha- hern -irk Inr naveral 'lay.- thin week. Mia. tlnaouh w ut ami hor nblWran nre aMking in St. I., mi-Mi-- Nellie i',, - ha- returned in Ijexlngion, Mo., t" Mrhool, Judge .i i.i Mitchell was bwa vis- Iting hi- "ii- tin' 'a-t wook. Cliase ami Sanhom'a 00000 S6fl per ninnil at Kit in'-. It's gncil. Varwora nan gel the boat -ceil wheal ni Fanulngton Milling Company. . u. Ramaej "t Bta. Qojwviove oounty wan In town mi bualuoaa Mon dag, Mm. I- .1. Bolll ' Flat Kiver vis ilod hoi (later, Mr-. Reginald Knight, Tneaday. Mrs. Untie I'criy "I lh Terre vudlod Mm Fraok I.. Keith last week fnr loverel rtaj Mrs. Koaaulh Wobor ami MbMOa Alice nml KlaiO (la.vre went In SI. I i in is Wedneailay Mi Ikieio l.'aycti 1 1 UNO Show in St. irl ol I lie Week Will attend Ihe I .mil- Ihe latter Dr. .1. I'. Clark ol I'orryvllle was tow n Monday shaking handu with liil many Irionda here. (Mrs. Rogeno lirooknieyer ha- gone to St. I.oui- lore ahorl visit in her iiu'thcr, Mrs. Haywood. flisH Anna Vanoo, wlm is teaching at WOMH Torre, r une down Friday and (toot aed until Sunday. ' . Mi i. I.- 1. .lenkiiiH and children return cd homo Wcdnemlny Irom a visit 10 her raoiher in Si. Loojt, Mr. and Mr-. Roy of limine Terre arc viiioting Steward and Mrs. J. II. Higbh 7 a' State Hospital Nn. 4. Hijr, line id Noa Fall Clothing all the t 'iii"-'': Mcreanlllo Com- iiiny'sl and their pricea arc light. A naf"w ooimignmcnt ol booki ni the 'J'aliardl Inn. I'nlnmi.i the lihrery so that ta'c pie-eni g I service w ill onn- tinue. INSURANCE, LOANS. ABSTRACTS, NOTARIES PUBLIC and CONVEYANCERS. OMh fur Col lirlil A Sun'-, Nprotl building, Farm M linn, i Hold i- ni Knob Noater Hi!- monk looking after bin apple erop, miiI will probably ship a oar lead ol applet bora. Tiir edmbudun is ran oMia to the i:irni ill anil bazaar, and thai given Mm a Mid' lor ilif beat repreoeatativi ni ibe different Hrms, iMI-x Nellie l'lpkin baa gum? ti Mar, in, (la , tn nil, 'I Ihi' Oilleat wotnou'a uullcge in tbo I'nlted Stntea Wealeyan I- eronlo i 'nllego. Knbn, tbo pbotographor, w ill give : ilunon photographa lo tlie lucky gneaaei ill Ibe earnival in bo givrn the 97tb i la mill ee wbnl n la Ai a meeting ol ilie Monday elul i.n- week, Mi-- Anna Uuuernehl was eleetod neeond vioe-pwaldenl in lill tbo vaoanev cauMnl by ill- ilcalli ol Mi-- Knthle aldo I ni ie Hardin I'orkina loll Tueaday nioriiins i" make Id home lor nwhll nilli In- -,m (leiirge, wlm live- ill rillmnre. III. Mi. lerkiim eamc over Hnndai aftei bin latbor. Mi- I M. Ilattvrloii, ilir (Ircuhani linimo hen who nooupiod a -linrl time, dlod al hor boQIQ in Rlttfl 110 Mii- Int. Me leave ohildrvn. -h'-- ami ISiaaoa ropiai i in,',. m ami Ina. Huporinleiidenl Fltagerald ol tb Federal, who ha- been aorlouily ill Irom a uombtnatbin ' lypbold level ami pneun la, l rapidly recovering through Ilia nkilltul iraatmonl nf l'i Koitb. The Muaiual l inn - Myt ol Kdwin Vaile kluliityrn, I lie organjal who i- In give n roeital ai the Karnilngton pros, bytorian obnrah mi Thtinalayf ovoning, I iulnboi I 9 : "lie i- a brillbtOT ami actHimpiliihcd inn-ieian, and plnya with a -kill, grace an, I dignity thai ntampa him al nnee a- an ile at Cit! Hrua ail ml. Store 1'iekcta I'he Uolunibia Herald aay: "Mr. McllllyrO ha- taken rank with the ilis I iiigin-heil ingani-t- n( Ihi- ennntry Ile 1- a thorough -In,, Mil nf niuaio anil rlrtuoao upon the king o lualru nienl-. " lie will glee a rocltftl UNn the nea pipe organ ol tbo PreabyMr- ian ( iinteli i -inn ,i'i eonla Drug Htoro. I let, liter 1'.'. A,lnii.-- i'iekeu mi -ale ni city Mr. Iiinlii dealraa ua lo any thai the Manning Uloe Club waa adver lived lor H:80 n'oloek ami tberafore begau mi inne. lie aaya it will he lilt oarnent endeavnrtn begin prontpUy at tbo anminneeil time ol all Ihe en lortainuieiiti. II a Farmlnglon an. dlonoo limi- that H o1olook uieani exactly ebjbl o'clock, Ibej will try in he t here at I hal lime. j Laat Tburtday wan tbo regular okaO' tn, n day in the I'reobytorian l.adkw1 Aid, hiii ii wan decided tn rtoetpone a uhnngo ol olHoera until January, sn as iii permit the preaeni iery oAoiont pri'iddcnt, Mr-. J II. J, me-, I in- plote i He work lor the baaaar in Ho Bomber, which ahe Ira already planned. All ihe other uflloora will alwi bold IIVOT il ill i I that I line Church Notices. Sunday next at 0 46 the hnnr nf publlo worahip, with breaking of braod ai ihe Cbriatlan obnrah Klder Ed ward Owora, tin' paator, will oreaoh mi "The Call ni Aliiam " In the ovoning at 7:. 'so ihe aubjooi will he "Ihe New Hirth." The HibiO BObool ennvunoa at B:80 a. m,, and the C K. at II p, 111 Thr Mm'- t'lnii i, i the I'rotbytorian Church waa ontortalneil by M W. Unit, l.-,., at hi- roaidoneo i i-i Friday night, A uloe program waa arranged fur Ihe OOOaiion, papora were reail ami dlaeuaaod, relrciihmenta were served ami a general noolal time onloyod. I'ho olob inooti iho lira! Friday ol each month at the Church, nnloaa in rfted aomowhora else A Pretty Wedding. VVodnooday aftcrnooni October ii, at I! p in , OOOOfrad the nianiage of Mr, Jamoa A. Raton "f limine Terra ami Mi-- Nannie T'OOkor, the eere nnny being said by Kev. I.. II. Jen kins at I lit; raoldWIOC ill Ibe bride's pared a, Judge and Mrs. it, v. 1'nokor. Mr. Raton i- a Iruatod amployo nf the limine Terre ami Mbttdaolppl river railroad in ihe auditor'! affioo, and too brldO ha- been a popular leaeher for several years, and both have many Irionda to wMi them a happy joornoy in their now life. Thr hride wme bOT I raveling gown ol blue broadcloth Only trial ive- ami a few intimate Irienils were present at Ihe ceremony They received many beautiful and eoaily proaonla. They led on the i n'elnek train fnr limine Terre, Where they will make their hiinie. TBI TlMKa jnins their many other friends in wishing thrin rvery happiness and aooooka. Whist Party. Ml-. John Harrison Jmies will en tertain the bridge whist club nf which she i- a member at her residence this evening. Then' will be a few OUtaidO guests pie-eni. Those invited aie Messrs. ami Mc-daincs M. P. CayoO, Paul Cayre, Reginald Knight, Win s. Ai'tb'iny, Bdwaid A Rector, Mra. (iencvievr V. Logan, Misses Qkadya Uo.lor, Allele Cayce, Anna Itnltei Held, Mary WtleOO, Km ma Keller. III. llnrioc. will Harlan, Kn-snih Wober, V. UOOWay and donoa Mnri'i-. BOY SHOT AND KILLED. George Nelson, II Yea.s Old, Meets Death From Pistol Shot it Hands of Clarence Marler, 17 Years Old OoorgO Nolsnn, an eleven-year-old boy, was killed at Owl Creek last Wodoooday evening by ( larcnec Mar ler, another boy about 17 years old. Young Marler was arrested a few boon aflcrwards by Deputy Sheriff Fraeer, The story he tells i- a do plotahlo one of boys carrying platolf , i, I saloons violating the law i lling to minora, and of the boys drinking themselves ilrunk. Clarence Marler says he and (leorgO Nelson started from Mailer's tn Owl Crook, stopped at the Blue Goose saloon on the way and got a quart "I wine, which they drank. They then got another ipinrt nf w ine al the Spider Milium, and WCDl tn a place where tbey drank it, then got some heei am) ponied that down their IbroaU. By this time they concluded tn il same target abootlng, oaing Matin's hat im a target. According t" bll story I hey hud each shot twice, ami u- Marler hul the third time young Kelson got in the vicinity of (be large! and atag gered in Irani ol il just a- Mailer fired, and 1 lie hall slrtirk him lie::' un" ' I hi- eyes, killing him almoet Inetauiij Mailer sjn then bad been no trouble bOtwOOD them. An impiest was held yoetorday (Tboroday) ben up to time of going In press we have not heard what fact- boaHBg on the killing Were brnngbl oul Golden Wedding. Mi, ami Mrs. Joolah Cbuk John- bob, (ormorly of this oouuly, oelebra ted the Bttlotb OBBiveraary "f ihoii niarriago at thair home In st. Louia laal Sunday. The crlehralinn was at - loaded by lollt generations ol the -amc family. They wore married in Wash ioglOB county, Mo , on OotoboT ,'!, inn,'). Tbo golden wedding celebra tion would have laken place on the Ird, but for the fact thai a number ol the oblldran oould nut aaaeniblo eon renieutly. Mr John-nil ii:i bum in Wailliog Ion ruiinty nn July 0, loiu, HO -rived in the Mexican war under Col. Kail-, or whom Halls county, Mo , was named; also under Brig Ootl, Burling Prion, with the Bd muuntod VolOBlOOra ol Missouri, and rooeivod hi- honorable diecharee In the tall ul IK-IK. Iii 1MB, when the gold fever apraad thruuirhoul Miaaourl, Mr. Johuaon led i parly t" thr Sacrament" valley. The parly went in folly wagons drawn liy oxen. Mr Johnson rcluriicil In Mi-souri in 1868, and waa married tn Mi-- Reboooa Jane Hill, a daughter "I the late John W. Hill of St. Francois county, Mo. Fight ohildieii resulted from the union. ThOM now living are: Mrs. M. I.. Morton of limine Torn; Mra, Q. W. DeLlaeer ol New ark, N. J. ; Mrs. W . T. Hallo and I Johnson of Fanulngton; Jnsinh it lobneon ol ste. Oeuevlovfl oounty, Inhll 11. Johnson ami Clark W John. son of St. l.otiis. Death of Mrs. Trauernicht Mrs. Johaonah Trauernicht, molbet i Horman, Henry ami Albert Traoer niohl of ibis place, and Widow of the late August Tnincitiieht, died at hoi home in Miiblleliruok, Oclober ii . (BUS, aged 7 '. vears, 8 montha and IK day- Mi-. Traoerillobl was born January ii, 1894, at flroaaieuden, Hanover, Uenuany, ami came in tin- counlrv with her husband aboul ! yearfl ago. They located at Pilot Knob, where they spent Hi years, and then nhniii So at I Motintniii, where Mr. Trauernichi died In ikk7 she then moved lo Middlobrook, where she lived up to ibe time of her death. she leaves six sou- to ntoom (he death of a devoted anil loVIBB nmllicr: Robert, w ho lives ai Irondalo: liliam, at Middlobrook; .lobu, at Rather, ami Henry, Albert and lleiman al Farm ington. Her funeral look place at Middlobrook Sunday, ROV. Steel ol Ironion oonduotluc the aervl Social Calendar. Oct. IS Opera Houeo, A Trip I" Mars. Oct, 13 Mra. J. II. Jones, K o'clock. w hist Oct. iaRceital by Miss KiaOU borg'i pugala, k o'clock p. m, Oct. 17 Court House, Boothaaal Missouri honors, 4 p. in. Oct. 17 Opera House, Entertain ment in honor of the medical gucsis, B n. in. Oct. IK St. Francois Hotel, Ban I no! to visiting physicians, in p. m. Oct l'J Presbyterian Church, Or gan reeilal by Kdwin Vnile Mclutyre. Oct. 27 Optn House, Merchants Carnival To Teachers In Missouri. Vou are respeclfully requested and urged to observe Ihe first Friday in November appropriately lo the mem ory of RogenO Field, the Patron Saint of all childhood. l'rogramiues for the day can he had free by enclosing a one cent slump for postage and addressing J. West Qoodwln, secretary and treasurer, Bo- dalia, Mo. W. T. Cakuincton, Stale Superintendent Public Schools, NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. There will be an annual meeting of the policy holders of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company of St. Francois County, Mo., held at FarmingtOU on F'rlday, October 27, 1 00ft, al 10 ,, 'clock a. in., fur Ihe purpose of electing three directors lo serve three years, and to transact sued oilier business as may come before it. I'. V. Ahhbuun, President, Attest: J. U I'iiatt, Soc'y. BATTLE WITH BURGLARS. Buck Semar's Saloon Safe RiHad of $1,400- Semar Badley Wounded in Duel With Burglars. Last Sunday morning about J o'clock ihe saloon of Buck Semar at Clayton u in Randolph township, was broken into by burglars, the sate blown open and about 91,400 in cash and nego liable paper secured by the robbers. Bemar, whose residence adjoins tin saloon, was awakened by Iho explo sion. With revolver in hand lie crept down stairs and out into the roadway, ami going lo a winilnw ol tlie saloon peereil in. He saw a masked man kneeling at the shattered safe, wink ing with a lantern. Taking deliberate aim he Hied through the window at Ibe kneeling figure The light was extingnlabod, ami he fired a second shot. Al the same time, the pal ol the man inside, who was watching from behind a tree, and whom Bemar failed to notice, opened lire on Semar, abootlng hitn through the loll leg, be tween the ankle and knee, shattering both hones. Bemar lull and the rob ber continued lo lire at him, emptying In- revolver, Semar returning the lire. Al this time the safe blown- name outside, ami with a parting shot al Semar the two men mounted horses and rude away at a gallop Semar managed lo crawl lo the door of his rcsidenoe. his lainilv haviiiL' been aroused by Ihe tiring, and a- -ooii as ,o--ihle Ibe authntilics were uotiflod Moaaagea were sent to Fanu lngton ami oilier near-by towns, and S her if! Crake h. no Hum in starling iii pm suit At BUmarok he secured .lame- P. Murphy and Deputy Con stable Webb to assist him in Ibe chase About 1 :30 o'cinek the fugitives wore though! In have been seen at But marok. They had abandoned their horses and it i- believed escaped on a Booth-Bound Iron Mountain height train. Sheriff Croke and hi- deputise wont on In Iron eonnty, where they were joined in the pursuit by Sheriff Marshall. The robbers w ere reported as having been seen south of 1 ronton, but their pursuers did not ir,. sjj.,t of them. Il is supposed that they left lh" railroad somewhere in Iron county and slrurk lor the hills and across ihe oountry. Tbo men wcic evidently experta, ami had their plans carelully arranged. The saloon wai entered by means ol a -I. eh Ion key, and Bitrogl eeiin was ii eu to blow open the safe Semar's 0 l.ranoe mi the scene ami the pistol duel between him nml the outside man hastened the robbers1 work, and it i- said al I 600 in the safe and $60 in the cash register were over looked. Mi Bemar i- trorj badley hurl and it may be neooeeary to amputate his leg. sheriff Cmke arrived home Irom Ihe chase Monday evening, but BO lurthei trace nf ihe men ha- been ob tained since they were said In have beoi mi by the opcraloi at Hogan aboul noon last Sunday. McKtnney's Burglarized MoKJoney'l grocery and eonfeclion- ery atora wa. broken lulu last Monday night ami between 14.00 and f.Vun stolen Irom one of ihe cash registers. Ihe line! cut throUffh a panel ol Ihe rear door, reached in and unlocked the door wilb the key which was in lh,- lock, lie attempted to ret into the leeond cash register, but failed to gel it open, and very considerately re- I rained from smashing it in gei at the money. Nothing else was mis. in", though the thief may have taken a few clears and eatables Burglars have been looking over the round- at .several places One nii'hl ibis week, Mra, Bleeek oauajbl some me looking in a window, and at sev- eral other hooaea in that neighborhood noise- WCIC heard around the house. Merchsnti' Carnival. I he following lirms and business houses will lake part in Ihe carnival lo be given at Ihe Opera House on OotO 87tll, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the Christian Churah Several naines have be nlded In the 1 Ii-i since last. week. J. A. Patrick, Painter. Parmington Milting Co. Tcrlcv Klein Uumboi Co. Parmington Sanitarium. Moothart Commercial College. 1 1,,,- Run Lead Co. Cole it Nixoti. Mori is Ilr Planer Mercantile Co. Weile'a. Parmington Mereantilc Co. Klein urocory Co. Pry it Yeargaiu. ktcKluuey'a, Parmington Bunk . St. Prancoia County Barak. Parmer's Hank. Times Printing Co. Pennington News. City Drun Store. Eaahmans Dmi; Store, Lang - Bra. Mrg Co. AbbTt'B Meat Market. Iturk's Meal Market. Bntterfield Nursery. Chaa. Ciorae, Mercbant Tailor. Gleaning Milling Co. Karach Shoe Co. Kahn's Studio. Milkr Millinery. Mrs. Gaines' Millinery. Mrs. W itts' Millinery. Pelty's Hook store. Telley Jewelry Store Steam Lauudry. Helbor's Hardware Store. Bos well .t Bother. McColm's Saddlerv. Hotel W'elwr. St. Pratt cois Hotel. I'ratt Paper Co. St. Pimacoia County Ky. Co. Bpradliug Piano Co. Vernon Doss' limber Shoo. Mayberry .t BylugtUU'a Livery Stable. RdITOB I'imks Can your county lorntafa some good reliable young men to prepare for gond situations as ste nographers and book-keepers? We have had so many calls reconlly that wc cannot supply the demand. Ask tbmn to write for particulars J, A. Taylor, Praaldenl Ipiliijtlahl Normal School. Universal Ointment. Absolutely non-poisonous ; lor burns, chapped bands, chilblains, sore eyes, catarrh, ulcers, pimples, blackheads, Fine skin fond. For sals by E. M. l.aakman. oaorh. Merchants" Carnival AT THE OPERA HOUSE, Under the Auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE NOTES. Rev, Koenig spent a short lime vi--hMng the set I Monday. Miss Eva Reese waa selected by vol, of the .students tn represent ibis school at the Merchants' Carnival. Misses Minnie (Hover and Qraoi Wood were interested .isitms nml In spooled the work ,,( the department last week Hon. Paul p. Hioehey, a membei of die Board of Managers of Hospital No. 4, made a visit to the night yea. -ion Monday evening. A new telephone was placed in the College offloe I hie week. Anyone wish ing to speak to President Mootharl in Ids oflicc may call up No. IKK, while his resnlence 'plume i- No. L'07. Pro!, MoOtbart has asked the St. Francois County Railway Company t,, have an elecliic car leave Flat Rlvel about 0 tSO p. Ill and returning leave Fanulngton at p m, in order to ao commodate a number of vounir peo ple who wish o avail themselves ol the nlgbl school aeaaiona on Monday, Wednoada) and Friday nilils fnnn 7 lo 'J n ni. All mtcie-leil in llu- car rviee should communicate at 0000 with the school, BO a lo ssslsl in inak I his arrangement. Rcoently a problem waa given in Ibe college items and created OOOeldorable Intcreat. Anothei i- riven herewith Hid. a- slated In lore, all persons aendlng answers will be mentioned in Buoceedlug college antes : Mr. Jones WOO driving Soma cattle, ami upon-be- Ing aakad by smith the nunibei be had, replica: "If 1 had as man) mom, '. as many more, '.i as many more and one more I would have loo How many Battle had he? Logical solution! muel aoeompany all answer to receive rOCOgullion, Obituary. Mi-, l-ouiaa MoKee (limn) waa born iu Bta, Uooeviove oounty, Mo. , Pebruar) it, IM9 was married to 11. A. II, un September 7, I860 Tn Ibis u ii were Born I6ur children. one son and three girl-, she professed faith in Christ and United with the Rapiiat church at Colony, si, Francois county, in the year- IStfl, and lived a failblul member until death, she do- parted Ihi- life September Hi, l'.ui;, aged 80 years, B months ami o daya, She leaves a deat buabaud and loUf dear little children and many relatives ami Irionda to mourn their loss The writer waa -cut lor to attend the fu neral at Chestnut Ridge oburah. We met a huge oongregatlon of relativea and I Hands, r read some suitable Boripture and tried to preaoh Uh rial a tl e only way ol life, Immediately alt el which the mortal remains of Hie dear Bister were laid in reel umii the greet reaurreolion day, when the dead In Christ -hall use liii May Ihe bless iiig- of Cod oomtorl the desj husband ami children. I!. C. Maiitix. Mrs Cynthia 'Mat km was born Jan uary 81, 1881, and departed this life Sept. lit, 1906, B,ed ii years, 7 months and 88 days. Mis. Malkiu was a daughter nf I nclc Hasting Talks, well known and loved by the people ol SI. Francois mid adjoining tics she was married to w. M, Malkln Oct. 10, iKio To tbie nntoa Ware born eleven children, nine boys and two girls, eight ol whom survive her. Her husband preceded her In the land nf rest about fifteen yean She professed religion and joined Ihe Baptbrt church al old Pendleton church in early youth, ami lived a devoted Cbriatlan until death she lived quite a dist une Irom the church, bill -lie and her husband, w ere always faithful lo attend, and gave liberally to theii church as long a- her husband lived, nd alter lu- death she oontinued nil lit ii I as long a- .he lived. She was a devoted wife and loving mother. Her children w ill all miss her, bttt her only daughter will miss her mora than all the rest I'he writer was sent for in nUead the foaoral mi Bept. 80, and met a large congregation nf relatives ami Irionda at old Pendleton Cboruh and spoke as beat lie oould from the text, "As we have borne the Image Ul the earthly, We Shall hear the image of the heavenly." Alter speaking of the great change, we laid her body away in Pendleton grave yard, in rest until Cod shall raise it lo live with him in glory Dear children bo pre pared In n I thy (hid mid your mother in heaven. it. c. Maamn, Chestnut Ridge Church. The tbllnwlon resolutions, oaaaod bv the Chestnut Hideo Baptist Church. have been handed US wilb n request that tbey be published : Resolved, by Chestnut Ridge Mis sionary Baptist l hu.'Oh. at its MSmlsr oonfaroauf meeting mi this Batnrda; besote the second land's day in Oclo lict, Hint we heartily endorse Hie action of two of our trustees, c. J. Harielson and , II. Itesinger, in ordering our chinch house doom closed against one T. II Aii-mus, who pre tended to he a preacher Resolved, 8nd, Taat we cuudemn the notions nf men in our community, who have no interest whatever in the welfare nl our church and the cause of our blessed Master, in trying to force our church doois open lo any so-called prnuclici who may come along, wit limit a commission lu preach. Done by order of the church on Saturday, before the second Lord's Day in Oclober, li05. C, T. Poiiti nk, Moderator, R. E. Hawn, Clerk. Has Stood the Test 25 Years. The old, original SHOVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic. Vou know what you arc taking. It i iron and quinine in tasteless form No cure, no pay. 1 Faii Rem New modern dwelling, ' I will, furnace ami bath, in the be-i .' re-iilcm-i! part of tow n, know n a- the j I Mrt'shnttjl property on College avenue.1 Appl) la IT.AV, III ,1. .X' Ft t MINI.. Good Farm for Sale. Situated three miles from Farming ton, on St Francois river, and eon j tain- 800 acres, greater portion hot- tom laud. In good stale nf oUltiVO linn. Will lie subdivided In suit put ehaaor For particulars and terms apply to J. 11. Jin. III. n , Parmington. Mu Pay up your airearages on sub. I Boription to Tux TiatkB and a yeai lu a tvance and get the Ainerican Farmer tree fro a venr THE LOCAL MARKET Wheal sr, onis , in I Ol ll i., Hour v inn N H, .1 N oi Mrui aj u aa aail pat art imeaaoT i ai llrnn " p Mtxeil Bead H.-. liny ion in mi I nati Pot si oss 1., swoot Potatoes aa , in ion. mi Hi I, , I Apples H i 'ttleksas s . iw ft Ini Otilcasms H buu m 'aa 17' Vpples ' 'lUshet 7ft a t l"' iiuii"! kt a I I leans IiujIihI 1 SB Bacon v a, H Lard '" Tallow a " Horgttttltt .Molasses in sail V mil I 4ii Holier 16 lleeswax V S 'S' ae eve-ye'eys. e . - e- A I Br inn us at f Your Money and Let it Grow The act of drawing a cheek makes vmi think Rlawhoroyour money is liable to be thougbtlsaa 1 frittered away. It is an BglBB able surprise to watch l our money grow when it is iu the bank. It is an evidence of good business methods lor an indiMilii.il or a tirm to keep a bank account and transact business hv cheek or draft. St. Francois Capital $30,000 Surplus $9,000 County Bank Offers liberal ind is cements to de positors and wc are willing arid able lo protect ami accomodate our castaaers. The time to start an account is NOW while tile matte is in your mind. No sum too small tn in- welcome, none too large i" receive careful ami prompt attention. e'V--ars' Directors. Thoo. II. Stain. . M. Morris. E. B, Swlnk, W. T. llaile, .). W. Karach, B, I. Morris, Sam Porringer. i no- ii Bum, rrea.i j. aa. j alorria, Viee Proa.: I. B. Cover, i City Meat Market THOS. AUTSEN, Prop. Best meats always on hand. 2! - per rent, discount on cash sales. All or ders by 'pbrJtre promptly attend ed to. PHONE No. 140 Executrix'!. Notice. Notlcf is hort'hy rWi'H tliitt Ifttorn UattA-nn'iitiii-y wort- Kruntvd lo the underrilKiUMl ' (tyflio 1'mluiti' Court of St.KmiU'oitt rouhtjr, O. , (Salt-Mi Itpl M, lhi, M UN tKlUtJ Of Kl.lAHKTII UK NT, H-Cfutl. All J 1 'M I 111 V 111 K ill I IM' ,1 1 1 111 ' Sllltl OH- tato nr.- ri-iulriil to I'Xhlhll tliitm to the hx.'t-iitrix for ttllowuncf within 0110 witr. or tln'y muy In' pn't'luilwl from any 1.. n-ni 01 sum 'Biaio, unit 11 1101 i-kiiiomimi ior ui lowiuii'i' within two yours VhMf WtU b for Mror bojpfM. ANMK MAI D hKNT, i MTtObtf 1 !'' Kxprutrlz. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. - cjot: st i ; ; j i I, the uwderaigUedi Collector of St. l-'riincois County, Mo., will meet the lav pnyers of the county at the "follow in , places on Hie dates herein set forth. Pieacb Village, October. 5, forenoon. Hazel Run, Octobers, afternoon. BeaUO Terre, October 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, owl Creek, October 11. Ptaukclay, October is, DesloKC, October IJ and UL l-'lat River, Octolier 16, and 17. l'lvins, October 18. Ilismurck, October iq and in. Illaekwell, Octolier 11. Doe Run, October 33 und 34. Knob Lick, Octolier 35. I.ibertyville, October 36. Taxes for 1905 arc now due, and if not paid In-fore Jan. 1, 1906, a penalty will lie added, and if not paid by Feb. 38, 1906, an additional cost and penalty is added by law. C. n. OHNMAN, Collector. This is the Proper Season Ol ilii- m ii' in paint vur hotiu? und make repairs, l'.iiiii voiir houst' with tin.' laest paint in had, uch a New Rra and I arris n 's Town am I Cottntrv Replace your lintlxon window ar,is ith new. Nn chartre for nittintr. LAAKHAN S DRUG STORK. PHONE: i2(. Only the Best Teaidiers are fit to Teach Bsglnnnrn ONLY CALLING YOTJH ATTENTION TO SOME FACTS THAT YOU KNOW Fact No. I Miss ElKENBKIiti'H school OF MUSIC, Paraiugtoti, .Mi, Pacta numerous about Pad No, I. YOU KNOW THAT 1 Mies Bieenberg n ived her knowledge of music from the Lest toachera of America and Europe. , L'. Rbe luis liebl live position- in cidlegi s. 3, she luts large offers from colleges every year. Vou know her pupils'. Ynti know lum llim-migli I Ley Hfe. Her large "ad." is found iu her good work. Vou have uoi read it, nor la it hearsay, hut Vol' KNOW Ibal you sanuol ri-k your nhild's whom VOL M MT KNOW THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC CARLETON COLLEGE Now offers Ibe he-i ndvonlage in any muaieal line Vocal or uatratni'tital, FIVE YEARS COURSE. rrcparatory, 1st year. Classical or graduate .in! nn Teachers, Sfld and ud ve il Post graduate or modal, 5th csr. Hest luatruction, ateasonshle Tsrms, Write or call on ua at once. Two Prec Classes to Students, C. G. HOOVER. DIRECTOR. Good Clothes Wearers 1 1 WANT '-: Good Clothes Makers lo make then clothes fm them Von will Bud them, as well na an excellent tine of the Attest piece goods and s imples to order from at HERMAN TRAUERNICHT'S, Merchant Tailor. ! moved 1 I Having" leased the first floor of my building' to Morris Bros., I have moved my shop upstairs in the same building, where I will continue to keep a full line of the best piece goods and samples and promptly fill all orders for suits. J. F. Puttman. The PARMINGTON, MISSOURI PAINT xv 11 Kali Term Opened Sep Holidays Dee. M to Jan. 8 muaieal traiuiug with a leaeher j I or miiu'.ton. Mo. Up Stairs van. S I Tailor I 30URI. I