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MEMORIAL DAY MAY 30 IS NEAR AT HAND PLACE YOUE ORDERS FOR MON UMENTAL WORK NOW, TO IN SURE ITS BEING IN PLACE BY THAT TIME. FARMINGTON MARBLE WORKS. OWEN A. SMITH, M. D.. kyis and kak. :at farmington 1 uc.iluy, Thursday mid Knturdsy. Oflfre ir. ltoliiii'. HullilliiK. AT FLAT RIVR. Monday, Vslin-dny and Friday. DR. E. L. HORTON. DENTIST. m . FARMINQTON, MISSOURI. unci up slalrs In Holler l.ang building. I'lione No. W. C. A TETLEY DENTIST-- f ARMINCTON, MISSOUK Office over Teller's Jewelery Store HR. E. B. BARROW --DENTIST, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI. OKKICK Suite No. (I It.slty IIuMiIIhk, 'ltiun No. -12. tlcslilciicc No. 17 DR. J. W. 3RAHAM, ESIDENT DENTIST, FArmluxou) Mo, IS a I I iri...4 ..f ilntititl niiemf Inns with till litte.t'niid most upiroveil apiillar.r-es anil uieilions. Alt wirrh kui'i",ti - .faction. ar omce at reslden DR. B. R. DOWNING, gJHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KAItMINUTON, MO. omce in tlie Uinx-Huller liullillnx. ORlce I'lione 114. Hesldence Phone ll. DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN. Frmlng-ton, : : : Missouri omce In Ilea 11 llulldlmt. llKFIt:K 'P1IONK: I No. T7 I K minuses 'I'hohs: No. 114 DR C L BLANKS PHYSICIAN. Frinlo(toa, Missouri uflloa In farmers' llank llld'K. Up Main, imee phone. 240. Hesldence phone, lev. W. I.. IIKNMLKY (,'tlAS.l,. IthVKt.t.E MENSLEY &. REVELLE, TTORNEYS-T- LAW, Farmlagtoa, kf lssoarl Will practice In all the courts of the Mate office In Iwvli HulldliiK, over FarmlnK on Mercantile nture. I .nine nt. M. It.' SMITH. II. II. MAUIH'HV SMITH & MARBURY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Fitrmlnctou, Mo. IKA(TICK In all tl.o Court, of Houtlieast Missouri, the Ht . l.ouis Court ol Appeals and (lie supreme Court, office In Mt. Krancols Co. Dank lulMln h. b. ledbetter Attorney -at-law Farmingon, Missouri. Cpectnl attention to ITolinto unit Insurance MUSUlCS. omce In Hunk of Karmlnvton llltlit. EDWRD A. ROZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fakhinotok, Missotna DCIM. prnctlre In all the Courts of Ml ourl. ae-omre in Henlrv HullilliiK W. S. ANTHONY TORNEY-AT.LA N, FAHMINtiTOX, "MISSOURI, IKACTIt:K8 In all the Courts of Missouri. M-Otnca In Farmers Hunk liullillng. Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby, given that letters of ad ministration were irrunted to the under sinned by the I'rolmte Court of Ht. Kran oils county, Missouri, dutud the 1st day of February, num. on the estate of IIKTTIK MCWHY, lleceased. All persons havinirclntiusainilnst saldes tale are required to exhibit them to the ad ministrator for allowance within one year from the date of this publication, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said state; and If not exhibited for allowance within two years from thednteof this pub Ilcatlon, they will lie forever barred, J MAC CUNMNlillAM, Ailm'r. April ID, HOT. Tho undersieuvd lias opened a Wnteh inukiuer and Jewelry store next door to the 1 tank of Fin ininctoi), flu d solicits n share of your trade. Watch and Clock He inuring of nil kinds done, and the very best workmanship lunl mil infm-t ion guar anteed. HandHonii: line of WntchcH mid Jewelry ut reaKouuhlu prices. . STEINBERG. HESS WINS HIS OWN GAME. His Double in the Sixth Scores Two Runs and Clinches the Game. r arminglon tlufenlcil I lie Banner Buggies ol St. Louis lust Sunday by the score ot 7 lo 5. Hess pitched a good game, allowing 7 scattered hits unci striking out 13. llu virtually wou bis own gnmo in the sixth, when the score was tied, with a corking double to left. The Hunger Buggies rcored two In the secood on a single and two doubles; one in the sixth on a walk, a hit, a sacrifice and a wild pilch; two in tho ninth on walk, a double, a sloleu base and n single Faruiington .scored one in the lirxt on a walk, a sacrifice and n single; one in the fourth on a hit, a-stolen naso and a wild throw; two in the sixth on hii eirnr, a single, a stolen base ami a double; one in I lie seventh on an erroi u ml two singles, and (mo in the eighth on a single mid two wild Hiiowh. Jlio leulurus ol the gume ueie Hess timely double in the sixth, K. Till man's barehanded catch ol liens' throw to second in the fifth, and lingers' catch of Asbury's Texas Leaguer in the fourth. The umpiring was of the snruc class as that of the previous game und ol course everyone was satisfied. The Banner Uuggies play a clean, fast guuie of ball auil are one of the most gentle' uiauly bunch that ever played in Farm inglnn. Next Sunday Karruinglon and Freilericktown will clash at Wood land. On May 12 these learns played a 2-2 game and the second meeting is is sure to be an interesting one. The official summary : Farmington. AB R H O A K Ivans, ss 320111 kiekard, lb 500 It o o K. Tillman, ab 4 1 2 o 4 o riougu, 11 3 o a o o o Herman, cf 30000 a. unman. 30 3 2 a a a o UeGrant, rf a 1 1 1 , 1 o Asbury, c 4001211 Hess, p 413031 lotais 31 7 9 17 u J lluiiner Buggies. AH R H O A IS Vungle, ss 5 If III Fruuu, cf 401001 Rodway, lb .101800 Jiiusen, 3b p 300 ail Rogers, 11 310301 Arnold, 7b 412320 Frcy, rf 3 1 1 1 o 1 Doncey, c a. 1 o 6 o 2 Hesse, p-3b 301 021 Totals Farmington 32 7 24 f -1 o o 1 1 2 1 1 lldiiiicr HnnK'es o 2 o o c 1 o o 2 S lvarneil runs, Farmington '3, Banner BuKgie 31 two-base hits, Hess 1, Vnnglc f 1 Frcv 1, Hesse 1; sacrifice hits, Hough 1, Rodwny 1, Frey r. wild pitch, Hess, 1; base on balls, off Hess 6. off Hesse .1: bit by pitched ball, IleCrnnt; struck out, by Hess 13, bv Hesse 4. liv luiisen 1; left on bases, Banner Bunnies 7. Farm ington 6; double plays, OcCrnnt and Evans 1; time, 1:25; umpire, I'elty. J-M. Mosely, a llloonificld man. advertised for a wife and the Post Oflicu lias been swamped with uiail. As he is managing editor of the Uloom licld Vindicator, be is possibly seek ing "copy" for an arliclo on "How Eeasy it is for a Man to Marry.'' Four prisoners In tbe Dunklin oountv jail at Maiden cut out ot a steel cell on the ulgut 01 the loth and made their eseape. A reward Is offered for the capturtof tbe men, one of whom was lo serve penitentiary sentence. This is tbe fourth wholesale jail esoape, and the Herald thinks that the oounty needs new jail. A ball given at DeSoto for tbo shoe factory fund netted 1360. ' , CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. , UVII. CASKS. International Text Hook Co. vs J. K. Watson; 'Jisoiisscd by plaintiff. William Welhoro vs 81. I.. 1. M. & 8. It)'., damages; trial by jury and verdict fur defendant. Vallo Key burn vs. Mary K. Nalle and others, partition; entry of appear ance of llmivis F. Fnx and cause con tinued to next regulnr term. , Mary J. Shannon et nl vs Klizilicth (ioodlellow, partition; iictiiiii of rents, elc tried by court. Philip K u 111 vs Oscar Orcn., title; tfiul by court and passed for nigu meet. ltohiusnn & Co. vs It. I.. Smith el si., to correct deed; trial by court unil verdict for defendant. II. Sleeih vs Matilda J. Hamilton et al,, tide; dismissed by plaintiff. ('has II, Scott vs Vogcl-ltoul Soda Water Company, replevin; dcoiurrei overruled, lesvo to answer on or be fore Mav 27, and case set for June Hd. William M. Fox vs lan II. Fox hi al., partition; proof of publication, default of defemlants, decree ol par tition and sale set for August term. I.eniidcr J. Marshal vs Normari J. Hill, Jr., title; suggestion of ilciilh of plaintiff. Hose King vs St. Joseph Lead Com pany, damages; removed lo Federal court . I Liu I if M. Holt et al. vs Francis M. lions et al., partition; suggestion if death of Francis M. Iloas; leave to file amended petition. Philip ,. Mclliiniel vs Theodore It. Thoiuassoii et al., title; proof of pub lication, entry ol appearance resi dent defendants; default ol defendants; decree of title as against defendants and costs adjudged ugainsl plaintiff. l'hilip '.. McDanlol vs Adolphus Kichclberger, title; proof of publica tion, .default of defendant, decree nl title in plaintiff. Miners Lumber Company vs J. J. llobson, attachment; attachment dis missed by plaintiff. Miners Lumber Company vs J. J. Itobson, account; judgment by default fur ffiMl.SU and interest from October 0, HfUfJ, 23 eU, totul $705. :IU. Estate of J L. Darling vs W. T. Core, rent; judgment confessed fur $110 and acknowledgment of satisfac tion. .1. ('. Williams et nl. vs T. I". Spiott, et al., lo set miile deed ; .lolm 1'. Ilently made party defendant on his own motion and leave lo file an swer, l.eadhelt Knilwuy Company vs Mary K. Itressic et al., condemnation ; com mission allowed J 10 each per day; cause dismissed by plaintiff. I.cikIIicIi Itiiilwny Company vs Union Lend Co., condemnation j dismissed by plaintiff. Wm. F. Thomas vs St. I, , I. M & S. lty., dnmayes; motion of security fur costs sustained and plaintiff given until 30 days before next term to file same and leave to Hie answer on or before 30 days before tbe next term K. D. Ciliin A J. L. Walker et al , note; judgment by default for princi pal and Interest. St. Louis Brewing Assooiation vs I.. J. Arnibrusler, account; continued by consent to next term. John Sikora vs Miners Lumber Co., appci.1 from J. 1', ; nunc pro tunc entry of order overruling motion for new trial as of last day ol last term. CIIIMINAI. CASKS. Muny McMullen, felonious assault; plea of guilty to common assault mid fine ol ten dollars. Arthur ltobinson, common assault ; appeal from J. I, ; appeal dismissed by appellant. llert (iuilln et nl , larceny; plea of guilty lo petit larceny and punishment assessed at ono day in jail each. Paint I Your House Right this time by insisting upon having MASURY'5 , HOUSli PAINTS which are ths paints that LIVE THE LONGEST They have greater preserva tive qualities and will maintain their original appearance years after inferior substitutes have vanished. Tkcy have been the standard house paints for sixty five years and have never failed to give complete satisfaction. New Yrk Tnti TTI IfiAene t. 0n Ht. tjtmta Utucwo JJlWW.IIUJUlf a OlU, MuuulU kasM, Aunt i E. M. LAAKflAN Farmington, Mo. 71 PRICE OF LIPC Ik LOW. London Rough Will Put Any One Out of ths Way Cheaply. I am told that a 10 note will buy a man's life In London, that any unsus picious person can fall Into the Thames on a dark night, or break his neck Kolng round a slippery, dark cor ner, or full under a van, If a little bit of crisp patter change,, hands, says the London Sketch. I know that a very distinguished playwright, wishing to work out the plot of a melodrama, went into a hlgh-claus den of thieves, made friends with some of the lead ers, and unfolded to them as soine thliiK be wished) to put Into execution the plan he had devised for his vil lain's action. Ho told his listeners thai there was a very important finan cier he wanted out of the way for 4S hours while he played the very dick ens with the exchange with the stocks the financier controlled. He stiKRcsted to his listeners that an attractive lady and a yacht would be tho simplest means of Insuring thla object. His hearers concurred. They knew the very yacht for the purpoee; a skipper and a crow could easily be producud; and concerni-.ig the lady there would be no difficulty whatever. "Then, after the 48 hours, we will of course, bring him back," said the dramatist brlithtly, tlilukltiR of his fourth act. A cloud came over tho faces of his audience. "Well, Ruv'ner. of course, If you wish tt; but it would save such a lot of queHllons being aHked If he uhI went quietly overbourd," the spokesman sumjcstcd. PLEASURE FOR AN EVENING, j Novel Idea In the Way of a Church Entertainment. or a rhm'c lives llll'i tertainment which requires lit iris prcp-i aratlon. .V rustic bridge wuh built out from th stage, InclosInK a square space that was used for a flsh pond, j Hocks and ferns were grouped along ' the edge of the stage, the floor was covered with green carpet, and a pret-' ty meadow scene painted on roars cotton was hung at the back of the stage, making a very picturesque set-! ting for the pond, says the Cooking School Magazine. Steps led up to the bridge, and at tbe foot was a rustic lodge, where, on payment of a fee, the prospective fisher was given a pole and a circle of cardboard, upon which was marked the number of times he was entitled to flsh. Thus equipped, he went up on the bridge and fished in the pond. Tickets were also sold by the bridge keepers. Re freshments were served, nnd there were cunily and cake tables and two stalls where fancy articles were sold. One of these Btulls bore tho sign, "Fish Market." Here flsh of many brllllurit colors and quaint shapes wore for sale; there were blotters, shaving cases, pin rnsli l.i h and sachet Iiorh. On the cake table were ninny toothsome fishes chocolate and clear candy fishes snd boxes of candy decorated with water color and pen und Ink sketches, also sandwiches cut out with flsh-shapeii tin cutters, tilso rookies and small Iced cakes. At In tervals singing and tableaux may be given for variety. Lost Between residences of A. J. Scimmons and 1'hiiI MoDauiel. a gold dollar slick pin with -three links to il. Please leave at this office lor reward. Found Between Flat Uiver and Farmington, largo bunch of keys, which owner can get by calling nl this office and describing same. Furnished Room Anyone de siring to rent, without board, a fur nished room, may learn of a desirable place, near electric car line, in Doss' addition, by applying at Tiik Timks ollioe. Strayed ''rom Flat Uiver April i'litn one black hoise nnd one black mine, each uboul leu years old They had on hulleis and the horse n bell The male is with lonl, (ji (U reward will be given for any information lending to their recovery. Fuank IIai.iiikmik, Hal Uiver, Mo Wanted (ientleuinu or lady In travel lor Mercantile House ol ff J.'iti, 000.011 cupiiiil. It desiinhlo the home may he used ns hciuliuar!crs W erkli siiluty of if 1,11112 00 per year noil ex penses. Address J. A. Ale viniler, l'J.'i I'lyiuouth 1'laen, Chicago, 111. W. m. UAKUAN, IV. R. I..1M1, Pretlilcut. Vlce-1'ren M. P. CAYCf. cashier. CAPITAL STOCK '. '. SSO.O0O.00 Surplus and profit $50,000 00 Does a general Banking and Es I olisDire business. ilnteresi ps.lt! on time deposits. Ijlnsured against burirliiry In tlie I, fidelity and Cssuslty Co.. of N.V depositary of (Bounty Jund. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. DIHKCTORS i - Peter Giessing, J. E. Klein, W. F. Doss, John B. Highley W. R. Lang, A. J. Zwart, W. M. Harlan. WANTS, IIUS. 1 1 ClarnBaking Powder light, crisp, wholesome The best food to start the day with Food raised with Price' Baking Powder is unfermented, never sour in the stomach, and may be eaten In its most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persona of all temper aments and occupations, without fear of unpleasant results. PRICE BAKINO A 'Belgrade enrtespnndeut of the I'olosi Journal says: Last week a teirnpin was found on Linn Uclfc'sj farm at Belgrade, on tho back ol which was cut "J. J. Allemong, April,; lhtiil." It has been DM years since! the n in.e and dale Was cut. Alio-, inong was the M. K preacher nt llol-j grnilc at that lime and was goiug through this field with Jesse Coruui (now of (iuniiisuii, Colo ) when lie loiind the terrapin nnd cut the name i and date It lias been found several tunes since by members ol the ltellu 1 family, each time in I lie same field. The Sikeston Herald prints the! iinuici 'of signers lo four saloon pe-! OSCAR L. HAILE & CO., Farmington, Missouri. OPFICE IN FARJIING TON nORCANTILE CO. BLDQ., N. W. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE. . . . PHONE NO. 219. Fire, Rents and Accounts Collected. !MV jft AAA AAA A A AAOjfV A A A M t. S. CLAY, J. IV. Ul'CK', At turner nt Luw. Kotarv j QLAY, BUCK & rj OfTtce In ig REALTY BUILDING. 8 Telephone No. 71. FarminRton, St. Francois County, Mo. UNION-MADE SUITS! That is whut you cct when you order your suits from J. F. PUTTMAN, FARniNQTON, MISSOURI. Spring and Summer Samples L. Delicious Hot Biscuit Templing, Appetizing are made with POWDER, CHICAOO. Cures Blood. 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