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Volume 34!
Number 38
Published Every Friday by The Farmington Times Printing Company.
Laiikman's for drugs,
(iroccric at Klein's.
Timothy BOL'i) ut Klein's.
Sweet potatoes ut Klein's
New baled hay at Klein"'.
Utiioii-uiaile shoes lit Hctzog's.
.Stylish up to-dato hat Ht lii
Milier Laaknian's,
Mrs. I'. S. Cole win u St. Louis
visitor this week.
Kalis' lrug Sloro (or pure, fic.-h
ditigs, p:ilcul medicines, etc.
Mis Kthel Klliott nl Itomio Terre it
the guest of Mrs. J. II. Jones.
Minn Miriam Hsvis of St. Louis i
the guest u( Mm. W. S. Anthony.
Millinery Opening Saturday Scplom
her 2 Hi l, at Lulu Miller Laaktuau's.
Mr. and Mrs. 1'iiul Cayce led. Sat
urday for a short visit to Washington.
Mrs. A. l'lirkhurst anil Mia. A. J.
Zwart have been in St. Louis recently.
Millinery Opening Saturday, Sep
tember 2Hth, at Lulu Miller Laak
uiuu's. Mrs. Lou Ilo'lon ol Honno Terre
haa been visiting her aister, Mr.. W.
T. Haile.
Mr. Barrett Conway of Chicago is
here on a visit to hi mother, Mrs.
Cora Conway.
lie. C. E. W. Smith preached at
the Methodist Episcopal church South
Sunday evening.
The Catholic school opened lii.it
week with .evenly pupil', and the
Lutheran school with thirty.
F'or Kent Throo-ronm house and
two acres of ground, near State Hos
pital. Apply to J. S. Clay.
Misses Mildred and Marguerite
Keith of Flat Hiver have entered Forest
l'aik University in St, Louis.
Complete abstracts of title furnished
at 60 coma a translcr or number. Sec
T. C. Young, abstracter, Fariuingtou,
Miss Virginia Clardy is on'. .tain"..ig
Aliases Lucille Campbell of St. Louis
and Edith and Vivian Dulauey of Han
nibal. Walter Higsby of Def.assu pur
chased a lot last week io Electric
l'lace from C. H. Dentnau and M. A.
Mra. Firmin Desloge of Dcslogo and
hor guest, Miss Wind of St. Louis,
were the guots of Miss (iladys Kozier
lust Saturday.
Miss Nettie Kudy was called to St.
Louis Monday on accouut of the ser
ious illncs of the little baby of her
cousin, Mrs. Danglish.
Miss Gcorgio Willis and Mr. Sydney
l'helaa of St. Louis, who have been
the guests of Mrs. M. 1". Cayce, left
for Arcadia Saturday.
Presiding Elder W. It. Hayes and
Lev. (. C. Fnuntaine hnve gone to the
anuual conference of the M. E. South
church which meets at West I'lains
this year.
Saturday, Kept. 28Tii
french patterns
The voung ladies of the I'icalvltiuii
church will give their annual hnzaai
some lime in December. Wateii foi
Duly a few more of those beautiful
lots lefl in l-'.lectrie I'laee: if you want
ono of them sue C. 11. lenm:iu or M
A. Voung ut once,
Lost, Friday night, September Li,
a silver mounted cameo breiitpin
Finder will receive reward by return-
I iug same to Tut: Tnu.s ollicc.
Tho theiilrie.il season at the Opcia
House opened Wednesday evening
wiih L'ncle Si Haskins. A number of
good plays aie to be produced lutcr.
Dr. (). A. Smith uud family have
gone for an Eastern trip of seveial
weeks. During that time Dr. Smiih
will take a special course in New
Mr. and Mrs, A. V. Ilond and son
Franco of lrnuton were guests of Mrs.
'J. II. Jones Sunday. The latter will
enter a medical college at St. Joseph
for the coming year.
Uev. C. F. Blackburn, formerly pas
tor of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, at this place has been transferred
from a St. Louis church to Madison,
Florida, on account of ill health in the
Northern climate.
Whou the Street Fair pulled in last
week, a booth was erected on the main
street for the exhibition of Georgo the
turtle boy. As such exhibitions ar
against the laws of Missouri, Prosecut
ing Attorney Tucker very promptly
closed the place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cloud went
out to vi-it their old uncle Mr. W. K.
Cloud, who is in his HHlh year, very
feeble and almost blind. He is an old
Confederate veteran, and likes to talk
about events of the civil wer, of which
he has a clear and vivid recollection.
Mr. William Fec.cr and Miss Maggie
Poller of Flat Kiver were married al
the Dallon House on the lHlh by Kev.
W. It. McConuick. Mr. ami Mrs.
Luther Feozer served as attendants and
revcral other relatives were proseut.
ftcr supper they returned to Flat'
We have learned that Dr. W. II
l'aliuore of St. Louis will spend Sun
day, the 2!Hh, lo Farmington, in the
, interest of the local option campaign.
; Arrangements are being made for
; union services of all the churches.
Watch for particulars next week.
Christian Church.
On Lord's Day morning at ton
o'clock the combine llible-School.
Church service commences. Topic of
sermon, "The Conquering Power of a
Name." Subject of evening sermon,
"Who Found It Out?"
A hearty invitation is extunded to
Millinery Opcuiug Saturday, Sep
tember 2Mih, at Lulu Miller Lauk
man's. T. J. Deck of Flat Hiver purchased
a lot last week in Eloctric Place from
C. li. Dentuan and M. A. Young.
Lst Friday night I lie Federal Club
of Flat Kiver mid Ihe Voung Men's
t'lnh of Farniiiigion gave an enjoyable
dunce l the Opera House. There
were about seventy-live people pi i sent.
A very delightful affair was Hint of
aiven last Saturday evening by Miss
Virginia Conway in honor of her
brother, Mr, Manet Conway of
Chiuago. The guests were diiveu out
about live o'clock to Kock Springs
snd liter a delicious "upper was
served. The Daikv Minstrel afforded
much entertainment by their singing
There were about twelve guests on the
occasion and all thoroughly en jo) oil
Monday iifiemoon .Miss Virginia
Clardy was hostess at a curd party,
live hundred being the game played,
in honor of Misses Edith and Vivian
Dulauey and Lucille Campbell. The
lime was delightfully spent. Mis.
(Iladys Ko.ier wnu the prize.
The faculty of Klinwnod Seminary
sent out invitations to their fiicuds for
a reception Monday evening, and it
met with a hearty response from the
large number who ware present and
enjoyed their hospitality. Miss Clark
sang scvoral numbers in her usual de
li j; In (u I manner.
Tuesday evening Mrs. J. II. Jones
entertained in honor uf Miss Davis of
St. Louis. Five hundred was played.
Mrs. E A. Kozier and Mr. W. T.
Haile were the pri.o winneis
Wednesday afternoun a large party
went from Farmington to a dinner
party at De-logc with Mrs. Firmin
Desloge. 'lliey ero blisses Virginia
Clardy, Kilil It and Vivian Dulauey,
Lucille Campbell and (iladys Kozier,
ami Messrs. Kos-ulh Weber, I. inn
Clardy, Will Taylor, Washburn, Hryan
Forster and Dr. Weber
Wednesday morning Mrs. James
Morris entertained al cards. Miss Lu
cille Cambell of Si.- Louis winning the
Southeast Missouri District Fur.
Col. Norman J. Coleman, the editor
and founder of Coleman's Kural World
attended the Farmington Cattle Show
lad week anil delivered an admirable
address Friday afternoon on stock and
farm matters. Col, Coleman thinks
that Ihe enterprising farmers, stock
breeders anil business men of this sec
tion ought to organize a Southeast
Missouri District Fair Association;
that it would be a great thing for the
people and assist in attracting the out
side world lo I his section. Col. Cole
man's lirst visit to Fnrmingion was
Ihiriy-iiine years ago, when he was the
Democratic nominee for Lieutenant
(ioveruoi ; and he helped to organize
the n'd St. Francois Couuty Agiicul
ture and Mechanical Association 115
years ago. Though over eighty years
of age, Col. Coleman is slill active,
hale and hearty, and doesn't look to
be more than 00 or 05 years old. His
fountain of perpetual youth doubtless
has lis source in his universally genial
disposition, contentment and faith io
the fathetbood of God and the brother
bood of man.
The Carnival Piride.
The carnival parade Friday morn
ing was an interesting and amusing
feature of the show and was entered
Into with spirit by those participating.
Following are the characters retire-
seated and the names nl those assum
ing the characters:
Grand Marshal, M. 1', Cayce.
Aids, H P. Taylor and Walter Mor-
Cow Hoys, Charles Harrow. Frank
Halter, Noah Ilawn, llort White, John
White. Miss Wicser. ltcinhardt Lanir.
cc. r. '
A. M Lntz, Miss Alice Cole, Vernon
Taylor and Henry Mauley.
Indians, S. T. Cunningham. J. E.
Wcstover, Mrs, Jennie T. Forster,
(ieorge Hrown, Doo Sebastian, Ed
Herbst, A. L. Uuructt, West Coffel
and A. D. Holmes.
Clowns, E. L. Gaines. Frank Hiirh-
ley, Nave Williams and Arthur Hack
wood. Dutch, Harry Sutton. Pal Y'earsrin
and Harney Blue.
Mexican, Joe Uevburn. Miss Waldo
and Hart MoClintock; bull fighter, N.
. ,i '
Duster Browns. Jesse Hawkins and
Tout Burnetts.
Toreador, Tom Brown.
Folly, Mra. Doe Mackley.
Jester, Willard Hylnglon.
Japanese, John ll'.U.
French Patterns shown at the opto
log, Saturday, September 28tb, at
Lulu Miller Laakmao'i.
He Appears Before Federal Court to
Answer for Refusal to Give Up Capt
Tygard, Inmate of No. 4,
Dr. J. y. Harrison, Superintendent
of Slate Hospital No. 4, went lo St.
Louis Monday to appear before .lodge
Dyer of the Federal Court, citation
having been issued against hliu charg
ing contempt, for refusing to give up
Capt. Flavius J. Tygard, an iumale uf
No. i to the I'liilcd. States Marshal,
dipt, Tygard was president of the
wrecked Kates County National Hank,
and indictments wete found against
him in connection with the bank's
lailure after he had been adjudged in
sane and committed to the hospital.
Dr. Harrison declined lo surrender
him to the Federal authorities without
an oritur from the State courts com
mitting him. For this he was cited
for contempt.
At the closo of the hearing Dr. Har
rison informed the court through his
attorneys that if Judgu Dyer decid-sd
that he was iu contempt he would sur
render Tygard without further ques
lion. He was acting without preju
dice in ihe matter, believing that he
uo authority to suncuiler an inmate
committed to the hospital for insauiiy
except by an order of the Stalo courts
committing him. '1 hcrefore, if his
action was held to be in contempt of
the Federal court he would give up
Lapt. Tygard to the Federal authoi
Judge Dyer on Wednesday decided
that the Fi'deiul and not the Missouri
Stale qouits ichiiuecl jurisdiction aver
Flavim ,1. Tygard, former president
of the Hales Covuly National Hank,
although he has been committed lo an
Insane asylum by the St Francois
County Probate Court. Prior lo bis
commitment lo the insane asylum al
Farmington eluveu indictments had
been returned against Tygard for his
alleged complicity in the transactions
that wrecked tho bank.
The l ultnd Slates nfticials charge
Hint Tygard is sane and has had him
self committed to the asylum in order
to escape trial upon the Federal in
dictments. He will bo taken to St.
Louis in a few days and later to Kan
sas City, where he will stand trial. If
found guilty on all counts he will ro-
ccivu a 220-year scntenco. Tygard is
alrraily 71 years old.
In delivering his decision Judgo
Dyer said : "W hen a State court and
a court of tho I'ciled Slates may each
tale jurisdiction of a matter, the Iri
buual wbuse jurisdiction lirst attaches
may hold it to the exclusion uf the
other until the duty is fully performed
and Ihe jurisdiction involved is ev
hiiusied, and this rule npplics alike in
both civil and crlminrl cases."
Judge Dyer said he believed Dr
Harrison noted ill good faith and ilis
missed the proceedings of contempt
against him.
"Felix," in his Libortyville cor
respondence, suggests that before
Faimington has another stock show wc
prepare better accommodations for the
people. And that reminds us that the
V. W. C. A. has a rest room on the
second floor of the Farmers' Hank
building which was not used by any of
the women visitors duriug tho slock
show, perhaps becauso they did not
know of it, oud there was no one to
direct them to it. Felix says he stood
around on the dusty slieet until he was
loo tired to rest. Oh, woll, he is a
man and ought to be able to stand
that sort of thing once a year, and
then it wonld be pretty hard to fur
nish all the toousands of visitors to the
stuck show with comfortable seats;
but seriously, belter arrangements in
tho way of ample rest rooms ought to
be provided for Ihe women, and es
pecially for those with babies and
small children. '
Expression of Thanks.
The following resolutions of thanks
were adopted by the Southeast Mis
souri Short-horn Breeder' Association.
Kesolved, That we publicly expross
to the citizens of Farmington our ap-1
preciation of thoir courtesy and hos
pitality and the many favois that we
received at their bands during our fow
days sojourn among thorn.
Itctolved, That while we thank
Judge Swlnk for the free use of bis
splendid barn, we realize that this does
not express our appreciation of the un
deserved favor, and we highly oom
mend the public spiilt that prompted
By order of the Southeast Missouri
Sooithoro Breeders1 Association.
Willis Kkox, Seo'y.
FarmiDgton, Mo., Sept. 12, 1907.
See these in
Last week II. A. Moore moved his
household goods, horse and cow in
Farmington, Mo., where he and his
family will make their homo in the
future. A good family that Maiden
regrets In lose, and one that enu be
hraitily recommended as good and
uolul citizens for Farmington. Mr
Moore is connected with t lie Mutual
Proleetive League Insurance Co., and
will devote his time to the interest of
his company nl Farmington and the
adjoining comities. Friends here are
conlidenl of Harry's success in any
business he cares to take charge of.
Maiden Merit.
Millinery Opening Saturday, Sep
tember 2Mb, ut Lulu Miller Laak-
$2frz$zz??::' i&xy&:$L)6zK:- ::$z?$;jz?pc:
v Saturbas, September 2Stb, 1907,
Mrs. 5.
Listen! Do You Want a Nice Little
Home? Read This.
A four room cottage (only built four
years) two fiue porches, back porrh en
tirely screened in; large, roomy summer
kitchen built onto house, (really mak
ing a five room house) new wood shed
and coal house, milk bouse, good water,
one Hereof ground, with all kinds of
young fruit trees just beginning to bear,
including peach, apple, cherry and pear,
together with grapes, strawberries and
many other kinds of small fruits. With
in eight block uf the public square.
Price $ 1,500.00.
Also a modern eight-room house, com
modious porches, bath and city water.
Lot 116 by 200 feet, one of the finest
barns in the city, excellent wash house,
coal shed, excellent cistern with cement
We want to increase our pro
duction and can give employ
ment to fifty girls or more.
Apply at once at
F. & I IT
Farmington, Ho.
We arc now showing the
newest Fall Styles for Men.
They are faultless in style anil
workmanship and are made
on lasts and patterns de
signed in the verv latest fash
ions. The general attractive
oppearance and fitting quali
ties of these shoes make them
most desirable. Theres a lot
of satisfaction in being cor
rectly shod.
our window.
Commltted to Fulton Asylum.
Last Thursday evening Tot Kohin
son, au epiliplic negro boy, slashed
Harry Kelornaz across the fate with a
large pocket knife, indicting an ugly
wound Ho was arrested and placed
in jail, mid on Saturday before the
County Court he was uiljudged insane
and commuted lo Suite Kospiial No.
1 at Fulton. Tot has been nlllicted
with ipilep.y aiiue he was a rliild,
and at limes he was 'luii'gv" ami was
growing worse. The same day Nich
ols O Moore wa adjudged imano
and committed to State Hospital No.
You will always llnd a full line of
the best makes of shoes at Herzog's.
(X. Matte '
top, good well, magnificent forest trees
on lawn, granitoid walks and located
I within three and one-half blocks of the
,' public square.
J The price will iimae you. See John
I'uugiuy-, Room 7. locally IlulKllUg.
1'houe 27S.
Launch Party.
Judge V.. V.. Swlnk gave a launch
party last Sunday afternoon on his
gasoline launch at Stc. (renevieve, and
a lunch on the island opposite that
city. Among those who enjoyed it,
besides Judge and Mrs. K.K. Swiuk,
were Mr. and Mrs. J. F;. Cover, Mrs.
W. C. Kuriohtcr and Miss Mabcllo Dru
meter of Farmington, and Mr. and Mrs.
Clias. W. Meyers, Lee Meyers and
Thus. S. Iturke uf Slo Genevieve.

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