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fifmiigfiit attic FAUMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., OCTOHER 11)00. Published Every Friday by The Farmington Times Printing Company. Number, 43 Volume 33; INTERESTING LOCAL PICK-UPS TERSELY TOLD. MOOTHART 0 McKINLEY 0. 1 Laukimin's lor dings. 'irncerics at Klein's. Flower pots nt Klein's. New timothy seed nt Klein's. I'nion-niadc shoes t HtT.ojj" Wedding Kings, ciility gtiatnnlce.l, t let ley's. Farmington postal mil- at Pelty's Hook Store. For Sale An imk -iii'U : i I . A j - I ' tn this olliee. Mi-s fiertie Pclty was a si. I."ui- i-tlnr this week, Mt- Nellie I'lpkin is vi-itiug icln-tiv.-s 111 Si . I.uni-. 1 Neither Side Scores in One of the Best and Cleanest Games Ever Seen In Farmington. 'i 1 1 .. .1 1.. : I ..I I I ! I K I 1 1 Ul IIV Hie IIIHH'I sij;il-. , ..'"".l the ."nil i'f October, h liliiek mure e"ll, j ' about II 111 4 fun 1- veins nlil. If lint i claimed within Ihirtv iluv will lie I postrd. Cenrge F. Iluiris. Kuisll Itiiule No. 4. I - . M,,iiih:iii J 11 -1 1 1 . 1 College team TI10 revival al the Methodist i.tud il,c MeKiuley High School n Si. pal Church will begin iiii the Ml It of ) J.tmir. plated a tie g line al Woo, I, ami Noveinber. I!ev. .. S. Dunham nfip.uk ia-l Sat in. lay in one of i tic f..ic-l Ciiici.inalti, Oliio. one nf the lending cieanc-l itniin s ..floolball seen evangelists of the elmreli, w ill I"' i ln'i f . scleral year- I lie fn nil prc-cnt nml leml in llie work. A gi.-.i ,., ; .1 :t I time victory is expected, lev, but uilli poor .-access. u-etl toe iiiicks cxclitstvt' DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. HON. Li:i: MKHIWKTHKIJ I!uiitii' Tcrre, Fri.liiy. November 'J, lit 7:.'lll p. in. Due U'lin, Saturday, Nnvenilier .'t. lit 7: Ull p. til. I The Woman's Mission-in I'nion of the I'otosi I'resbyteiv met nt Kei n this week Mrs (b-oige W. I i ht Irnt is president, Mrs ('. F. lliekok, vice- Ilns. M I! Smith, Democr itic candid nc for Cnngtcss, ami .s. .Iiiiin I.. It it MM.K V, Democratic caudi ilale f n Slate S.'tialoi, will speuk al tlie following minieil i.ncc. in this by MeK 'i- L',M" - "" 'b'les given: Moo'li hi I Hisinmrk, l ues , (lei. : I . V, ini-l "t 1 Holllietel I !, Weil., (let. It) Mr. nml Mrs. Paul I )it recently took H Hip to Chicago. Mrs I.. Thotnurc of llonue Tcrre visited here several days. Mayor .f ilm I. Knrk is in Si. Louis this week on biisine-s. Ask for Forbes' Bon Ton Coffee at your grocers 20c per pound. Vou will always Mini a full line o the best make nf Shoes ut Heiv.ng's. Wanted Oirl for hime wotk. Ap ply at Mrs. Laiiktiiau's millinery store. School Books and school supplies at Pelty's Book Store. Mrs. W. S. Anthony spent a couple nf days in limine Tcrrc visiting relatives. Miss May Harbin ha: Milfiml, Texas, when leaching imisie. Kd. (,'. llarroll is honie irom K;in--i-City Bud will spend the winler lieie with his mother. Mr. T. S. Maguiro inn! daughtoi, Mis Alum, are vlsiiing lelaiives al Ll .inville, I nd. ' i heir tfains being made on end hue.. : 1"C Klin, 'I hut , Nov 'in I'ipkiu ami l-eiunan. In the tii -I j Klvins, Fii.l.t, Nov. : hull Mckuih v. In end urn- ami ...i- i Flat Kivei. SaUir., Xov i . . . .... .1 .Ml... I I I...- V .... presioein nun .ins. if. it. mi'n-h is. - , see, eiarv mid treii.niei Mrs ll iilin, I"""' tent.n.l line and weic there Mrs. m'. W. Muff titnl Mis. Mvri hebHor iluw ns. Isentnan kicked .ml Clai.lv attended t i tin;:. ''""J-"'1 -e.-sa tp i and down Iho fn'1.1 for the reiuaiinliM Kev. S. I'. ltrite this week atti n.l.ol j (i( ja( the incetinc of the Missouri Ib.p.ist .,.,( ilM MooUiait eat tied i.eiir-ai AS.nei.iuon in i ape ..trai.ieiiu. tjaUttMVII ,, ,ic., ,v Mtxv.hi ,. All I. The ( '.unity will it t the the following dates eiicti lli'ltioctali. loteis o tin.1 named preciut T:;m p. T :;n p. 7 ;:iU p. ::lo p. 7 :HU p. 7 ::to p. m. candidates in til V lit on I he retimied from sue has been nl Association at Cape tiirar.l 'i restinc feature of the in. ..'ling was 'h" celebration of the centennial of lie first Iltiiitist church west nf the I Mis-i-sippi, the old llethel ( htirch, near the Cape A monument had been erected on I lie site of the old chinch, and on Wednesday the Association went nut In the place ill a special train and the moiiiiiiient was unveiled. Roller Skating Party. The, Ladies' Tennis Club pave the lirst skating pniiy of the season at Woodland l'ntk I uesdav ni'hl. t.Miito a number of invited guesls enjoyed their hospitality. Punch and wafets were seive.l al the close of theeveuin" Miss lleniice McC.u inick , the president, na.s pre-euled with some beautiful carnations hy the members. '" the balldowu the held bv strai. ball and wete on .Mclvnilev s ten var.l KHins. Monday, Oct 1 Hisinaick, I tie-day, ( let. Ksthei, W eilnesilai , Oct. p in. p. in Kev. and Mi-. C. K. Hick, clnlilteu left Moiiilay mnrnini; visit to Columbia. I l.otd and I U j,,,,! fov Miss Alice Cayce has icturned home from a visit of a couple of months at holt Smith, Ark. The St. Fianeois t'ounty Mcdicm Society will timet in Kalinitigton on Tuesday, dctobei :il.Uh. Mis. 1.. C Hal roll has returned from a visit to her daughter,' Mrs. X. 1. Vail, at I'oplar llluff. Mi-s Schiainin is closing out the rest of her winter millinery. Must all be done bv Pecetiiber 1 . titf r, Christian Church. Uav. I Ictuhcr ".'sth, the mot n- on'- lot woiship will be devoted oiilainilig nllieels of the Cliineli ct.'d list week. Al 7 :;lo in the evenllie Hie pastel will di-eu-s the "tiieat l.i.pioi I'loblein, in it- Kelt lion to the Church, Home and I'olitic- " Special music will be rendered dinieg the . veiling. You me invited line when the game ended. Isentuaii was the best ground griinci, the "H ing liuleliui cu" making fioiu live to ten yai.ls ai every jump. l'ipkin. also made good gsins on end runs nud end bucks. I'lii! .showing of the Moot hat I team was lemmk nil.' when it is taken into consider . lion iiiat their practice has been entn."" at night and that the game Saturday was the lirst sciimuinge theii learlnTs comply with this section. work.it the j car. Captain 1'ipkiu is No wai I ai.ls should he issued for this; well siiti-lie.l and the team it gelling week's wotk until a cell ilieate of at-I some good pi. .dice for tlie next game, i leiiilance, ptupeth signed bv the com. j which will be Tuesday, del. lb', w it h mi-si oiei , i- tiled with the di-meC Iho St lean-College of I'lij -ician.- and del k lithe teacher leael lining Surgeon-. The line-up. jthclii-l ilnec days of the week audi County Teacher's Association. The St. riuucois County Teacher ' Association will he held in the i-arm-inglon dpeia House Nov I, i nud II. Section I'll. in of the Missouri riehnol law makes il the duly o' every teacher in llie county to intend tins meeting lloalil- of education should see that it1 Mm n it nit cle left cm! left tackle lelt gnat. I center light mi. t:d riht ta. k !e Uirk.nd I i: i .t in; Mllt.'ll Woo-1 Kriccci I ilcssiliM Mis John I!. Highley and dan; Mis. I.taee, htive letiirned from : to I Iklahoma C l'y, I Ikla. Watches of all kind- in Cold, liold Killed and Nickel Ca-es and at the lowest price, al l et ley's. Silver, silver I'laied Uaie, King-, Chiin-, ( harms and a, general a.-oit-lllCIlt of deweliy at letley'-. Mr. and Mis. l.il llollei letuined Wednesday Iron Calefotnia wlieto they have been spending the summer We ale informed that the shirt and overall factory nt this place will begin operations on Monday, November Oth. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vance spent a couple of days at Hontic Tcrre with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Thonuire Hr. It. K I 'owning and his wife of line Kun visited Mr. .1. C. Alexacder's family for several days the past week. Mrs. Chas. Hcvellc and Mil Minnie Kevelle have returned from a two week'a visit to Mends in Southeast Missouri. Mrs. Hill, wife nf Mr. J. E Hill of the New York store, is snipping for the present with her husband al the St. lr lancois. Mr. Kobert K. Hobbs of Flat Kiver, lieniocratic nominee, for justice of the peace, was in town yesterday. lie looks like a winner. Will Waide, Firruin Hailo and Cliff Miller came over froru Bonne Tcrre Saturday to attend the Moolhart-Mc-Kinley football game. Miss Dors Kothwcll of St. Louis ia hero visiting her lister, Miss Grace Kuthwell, al .Mr, W. A. Kennedy's. Miss Grace is attending school at Carleton College. Kev. J. P. McDnnsld, pastor of Farmington Circuit of tho Sou', hern Methodist Church, will prone h al Mar vin Chapel next Sunday at 11 a. ru., and at Kusacll Chapel at night. Mrs. Anthony entertained a few friends Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Sophie Casey. Tho time was spent iu sowing silk patches for a quilt for Mrs. Casey, and nil enjoyed a most delightful time. Tanner-Haw. Mr. Murray (J. Tanner of (Iran and Miss Lois A Haw, daughter of lb. .1. I.. Haw of this place, cre married ill the home of the Initio's father at o o'clock Tui'-ilav iiioruiiig, detohur -II, 11)011, lli'V. Man ill 1 llau, blothcl of the luide, otliciating It was a uiet home nlVuiu, ou!y the immediate relative- of llie groom and bttde bring present. Among tlie-e weie Mis. Samuel Tanner, moihei of t he groom, Mrs. (irecn II. liieeraud Mi-, .luaniia (ireer of sike-l..u, Mrs. Kohnt Lilian! of Colinuliu-, Kv , .Ml liee-e li. Ap plcgaie of .ikeslou, Mr and Mr. Allhtir I'ell of lilodgi'tt, Mr. nml Mi-. Joseph I.. Mooie and childteu of Com merce, lo v and Mis. Maiviu T. Haw nt Jack-on, Mr. and ,Mls. Mooie II . o Chin lesion, Mr and Mr.. K I'. I'avloi and family of Km mingtou, au l Kev. .. '. Fontaine, pa. lor of the Kaiiuinglon M. I.. Chinch, Soiilh These young people have niany fi icuds here and thinughoul Soiithea-t Missouri who wish them every happi ness iu their new relations, and 'Int. I int. .joins them in the hope that al! their fondest anticipation, may be realized. They left on the noon train for St. Louis, and will make their home at (ban, Scoll county. Mi KtM.rv Wiederh.d.ll Loud Ko.l.b Newman I Crave, v'alvin Ilagiu Cooper Weidcrliol.il Trab. chaw tiactner - Cooper right half II. A.burv Springe lull back l.cnuiau Ktnr leapt 1 ipiartcr back I., blue Time of halves -fifteen minutes. Ref eree - Pike. Cmpirc - Smith, Linesmen i imckccpcr. atietii three w cek . been - lie he 1- A f of ,s--oci itnoi 1 ii i in Clltl'llil to full I v cell, . Ill II g:it . -eetioti the l.-t f it the and b I .til- Il lV d to Ine vcii!ie h.'lctotnic, 1,111 ll t t fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa WILLIAM A. KARSCH, t l-LAI RIVIik. niSSOURI. x 50 Announcement! CLOSING OUT SHOE SAItE. The entire stock of DeGrant's Shoe Store at Flat River is to be sold at COST, beginning THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, and contin uing lor 10 days. As I will open a store in Flat River Jan uary 1st, and desire to remodel the building immediately, I will cIobo out the above stock of Shoes for Men, Women and Children at cost. Even though you are not in need of shoes at present, it will interest you to see them and the low prices they will be sold for. This is your opportunity for saving money on your supply of winter footwear. THE LEAD BELT SHOE STORE. right end left half McC l'ipkin i llliek eapt.- Simmons and Loud. I loss and Kane. The Missouri Pacific Poultry Campaign I he poultry exhibit ear sonri Pacific tailway iu . w illi the Slate Hoard of ntiiud in Karuiiiigton morning mi schedule tho u-ilcl bv a huge nutiibei pie. local W. A M. I.. .v .ii-pi iv o: pouitiv ov out bleeder, wa. i. l-o loade. I he j -pcciiiu'ti- slniun in the car 'icre line, bill our home pti'iluel wa- Inllv a j line. The exhibition, made in the cat I w ere :is fcillmi - i Hal tt-il Ply ulh Kocks, W ' Henderson, lb idgepoi t . Hull Plymouth Lock-, C I Morton, sii, I,. ,in I While Plymouth Kock. Mis. llutt'-l field of - nriiiiiigton and t.eo I ipple of Lee . Summit. silver Laced and Columbia Wyan- ! dolles, lleurj Sleinmcscb, St. Loai- (iobleu Wjandultes, K. d. Hunter, , Si. Louis. W bile Wyniidoiles, John A. Shaw, Mi Ki:niek. Silver Penciled Wyandotles, W. (I. Langelienuiug, Jackson. Patridge Wyandotles, Olto If. Cnn uon, Klslicrry. Itlaek Orphingtous, August Malm ken, Smiihtun. Khode Island Keds, Hr Ira T. llronsou, Sedalia, Huff Cochins, Frank Temple, Lis betry. Light ilrnhuias, Mrs. Newt liobin son, Fayette. Black Leghorns, Chas. G. Miller, Hoonville S. C. White Leghorns, Helen M. Jones of Shannon, and George M. Dewey of Keytcsville. S. C. Drown Leghorns, J. K. House!, Sedaliu. The agricultnral meeting at His marck on Friday and Sn'.urday, wheic many subjects relating to Iho farm Suite Hospital No. 4, will give an ad-1 wore discussed by experts, and llie dress on the subject, "There is No lecture in Kartnlngton Kridny jflomoiin Death." The public is respectfully invited to hear him. J. L. Haw, M. D., I'res't. A. L. Kvass, M. D., Scc'y. St. Francois County Medical Society. The St. Francois County Medical Society will meet in Farmington next Tuesday, October Sllth, at HI o'clock a. m,, in the room of the Young Meu's Club in the Realty Hiiilding. The fol lowing program will he observed : Dr. O, A. Smith, Diagnosis of Diseases of Nasal Sinuses Dr. II. J. Robinson, report of case. Dr. J. II. Finglish. "On Tvnhoid Fever." Dr. F.. C. McCorruick, short talk. Dr. C. It, Fleming, short talk. Dr (i. A. McF.weu, short talk. In the evening at the Court House Dr. Wdi. F. Kuhn, Superintendent of llicul - i- to be le.ped that b-tl let ill be so ind'fteienl in legard to -choitl af-Ian- as not to have i'. tetehel- compiv Willi tin- plow. ioi "itiieltwj this Veal, A snei did p'.ogt.ini In,, 'n ru pr i-' ; tided for Hit- leatiy g ithenng uMiu'i leacheis, nml it is expected ail teachers jalteiidiug will be gteatlv beuelilcd. I t School boaids, clciks, nud all ftieu.ls; ' of educa'ion ale ipiite welcome lo all 1 ! -cssimis of the tiiccling, and it is ev-j I peeted th .t a huge uumbei will be I plcctlt. lioal'l- hale no belter place if the Mis. ' to -co w h it soil of notion. Hie teachei. I eo-opeiation ' the-, ale employing have ccucetningj Agi icuilui e model u educational problem-. Li'lV la-l Klidavi'nakc this meeting a iccor.l bleaker i 1 lie. tile, having eieiy leaehei of I hi- i ! county enrolled let. hale al lca-l Uo ) per cent, of the lueilibe:. of the school f board- and dt-l I id clem.. j I Ho. in ling place- al reasonable rat. ' have liecll plolehd lor all leachel. lio may attctnl. Any teaehet de-it j iug I. e.rd and lodging will plea-e csl! ! at the he ohpiat tei s of the icceptnui ' cotiiuiillce, :u the lipeta lloii-c. I he committee Mill lake '.'teat plea-lire in i-houtig a liI of all the available ! place.. After ll lection is made a ; guide will show the ..pplicaut lo hi i appoinlincnl. Don't (oigct the dale laud place, Nov. I, .' and ;1, iu the I-ai iningtoii Opcia House. If you waul boaid, apply lo the committee in the Opel a, House. I!cpeelfully, J. W. Dl M AI', Member County Hoard of Kdiicttlioii. "Thorns and Orange Blossoms " The .It am n it ion ol llet : h a CI i v '. inlcre.sling o e. l, I ten n- an I b nge t Illo.som -, " um in- pio.lueed at the ! Karmingi on t lo,: i !l oi-e on I uesjav ' evcniiie, Nov. 'ill., by the Rowland -i Clifford Company. I'he diamal. .Ii iu is by Loin It P.i! Let, an I ll nvl iud Ar J Cliff ml have envil. lie d '-he play with elaborate i try and pl ied the dit- fcrenl churn. 'tei- in the hand, of prom, inenl and reputable piayei.. ll i. said to be a delightfully entertaining piodue.i.m Ticket, on sale at l.iak-mati"- I'tug stole. 1 1 . 1 li 1. 1 i r i coun'v Ii i colt,.n -talk that i- -ev. c intainc.l one hinulied led coti.iu boll., ii l.ile wete uiidel eo,e. Tin produced one ii feel high and ami seven per il great number , and ii. if our pel bv Wliil'i Joseph H.iiniier, a hirtecn-ycar-nhl boy o Pertyville, ii as mow ing some gta-- in a lieid on the 1,'tth, In- feet becanie tangleif iu the long glass ami be fell, bieakuig both aim. jii-t above the u ri.t. r hi ii i i houe at Heliuout, be longing to the Iron M miilaiu lai'road, w;. eni,.ed In' butglai- on the llllh, and Ilia-- I i llie amount of snion was stolen. New Baldwin Organ iiadu for hay, com or wood doml ni. hand organ., all kinds nud pi ires. John It. Spiadltiig, Km tuingloii and Hat River. The Hoard of Alderman appears to have gotten a move on itself and i putting in a few street crossing.. New line of Tennis Racket, at Pelty's Hook Store. Little Hazel Hnrtgen of Hillsboro was bitten by a spider on the 14th and was iu a serious condition for a short li in o from the effects of tho poi.nn. If you want a Sewing Machine go to Tctlcy's. on poultry wero largely attended and enjoyed. Tho purposo of the poultry exhibit was for the purpose ef cn couraging poultry raising in Southeast Missouri, and a good deal of literature bearing on the subject was distributed Poultry raising on the farm, if system atically conducted, can ho mailo one of the most profitable resources of the farm Chase & Sanborn's 20-cent coffee can't he beat at Hide's. BUSINESS COLLLGE NOTES. ; Owing to illness, Miss filenda (iiay I was absent two days this week. Our rosier shows that several new I student huvc entollcil since llie last : rep nl. j l orn Simmon- did a few days steno- graphic work this wenk iu the ollicc of Senator M. R. Smith. j Our Juniors or second football team I has been orgutii.nd and expect a game with tho Farmington High School in the near future. They are ready to ! book games with other High Schools j and Colleges. . 1 Those students entering in Septem ber have linished their bookkeeping theory and last week began the prac tical ofllce or aolual business system. They are real proprietors now and do ing, iu tlie main, a very proiuaoic business. Our football team played a very iuteresling and exciting game on last Saturday with tho Mckinley High School of St. Louis, tho scoro result ing in u "tie," neither side being nblo lo cross the gol line. Tho second L'tniio of the season is scheduled for next Tuesday afternoon with the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, BIG CLOAK AND SUIT SALE. Every express from New York brings us large shipments of Ladies', MisseR' and Children's Cloaks, Suits and Furs. We are determined to do the cloak business of St. Francois County. Our stock you will find much larger and prices lower. Note care fully prices below, then come and see for yourself and see the amount you save by trading with us. Infants' Clonks, 1 to (I years si.e, miule nf nil wool ni'oniieioui, worm .f.i..ni; stile price Ull Infrtiits' OiihIi.mI Velvet Clunks, 1 to (i years size, QT worth $.". (HI; sale pi ice UZij3 Children 'b All Wool Clunks, 4 to 14 year size, 'actually CQ QQ worth $().()(); sale price $ZiOO Ladies.' 4H-inch Cloaks, niaile to sell for $H.,iO: sale CM QQ price UrfitlO Ladies' (Monks, intnle of American mills best kersey, PQ Qfl n I so fancy mixture., worth $17 and $18: choice for s9t)ltjU Choice Fur Scurfs, worth $1 ..'id; sale price 69C Long Furs, worth $(!. 00; sule price S2i90 lilnnkets and Comforts at hulf the price you pay elsewhere. Kvery looker is . well pleased liuyer. Millinery-quoted. -Choice, Stylish Milliuery at lowest prices ever Ladies' uud MisseB' Hats, worth $2.(K); sale price.... See our Choice I'littern Huts, no two alike, worth $".."(); sale price only , 98c $2.98 New York Store. FARMINGTON. MO.