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1 amBaking Powder The finest in the world When ordering ask for Dr. Price's by name, else the grocer may forget the kind you are accustomed toJ DR. HAW, Ofi'Ick ix Kkaltv Bui-dim;, Room 15, Formerly occupied by Smith-Merck' Former Co M. K. SMITH. II. II. MAItlliritY SMITH 4. MARBURY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Farmlmttoni IVXci, rK('TK'K In all the Uourt of Houtheaat MUnnurl, the Ht. I.QultUourt ot Appeal and the .Supreme Uourl. Office in St. Francois Do. Hank building DR. B. R. DOWNING, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON FAItMlMiTON, MO. onice in lu Lung-Holler Building, fflce I'hone lit. Residence I'liono 111. OWEN A. SMITH, M. D.. EYE AND EAK, AT FARMINGTON Tuesday, Thursday and Matiirday. Office lr. ltoblnaon'a llulldina. AT FLAT RIVR. Monday. Wednesday and Friday. DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN. Ftrmlngton, : : : Missouri Ofllca in Kealtjr Building. OFFIOK 'PHONIC: NO. 77 Kxsidknck '1'iionk: No. Ill DR C L BLANKS PHYSICIAN. Farmington, . Missouri omre In Farmer' Hank IIIiI'k, l'p Ktnlrs. Oct phone. 240. Besldeuce phone, iui. DR. E. L. HORTON. ncMTICT FARMINGTON, MISSOURI. omce up atulrs In Holler lang Building. 'I'hone No. fft. DR. E. B. BARROW DENTIST, FARMINOTON, MISSOURI. OFFICF. Mulls No. U Knalty Building, 'Plione No. 4'i. Itesldcnce No. 17 DR. J. W. BRAHAM, RESIDENT DENTIST, i? Xrmlncou, Mo, A.I.L kind! of dental operation with tlx latent and moet apprt'Ted appllar.rea and metliodi. All work guaranteed to give aat factlon. ar omre at redden C. A TETLEY DENTIST rARMINGTON, MISSOtK Uflice over Tetley's Jewelerv Store. M.TALBERT. TTORNEY-AT-LAVV, FARMINOTON. MISSOURI. Will Practice In all the llourtaol the Mate. oroce In Court Homo with Prosecuting Attorney. EDWRD A. ROZIER, STTORNEY AT LAW, Fakuinutok, Missoru 'X7'll,l, practice tn all the Court of M'fe ourl. -iimci) in Kealtr Building W S. ANTHONY ATORNEY-AT.LA A. FAKMlNdTON, SUSSOrhl, nt AUTICKR In all the Court of Missouri. '. s-Offlce In Farmer Hunk Building. W. L. II1U.H1.KY 01IAK.M. IIF.VKI.I.K HENSLEY 4. REVELLE. TTO R N E Y S -T- LA W, Farmlngton, Miaaenrl Will practice In all the court of the state Office In Davl Building, over Farming on Mercantile more. i-iione jiv. h. b. ledbetter Attorney -at-law Farminoon, Miaaoum. Opeclnl attention to rrobate and Insurance Business. Office In llank of Farmlnittoo Bide. LANG $c BRO. MAKUFAOTORkRI Of- s WAGONS, 3 BUGGIES. PLOWS, AHD DKALEKS IKv Farm Machinery, Lumber, &c SKST WOBK AMD THE IOUKDMT H1TM BUI QUAAAltTMD. I Obituary. In l he passing nwny of Mr. James H. Kudy, Sept. 4, l'JOT, nt Ironton, Mo., uiiollior of thu old Innil nirt rk h i. removed. Brother Itudy wus born Match ItOlh, 1 8 2 II , at New Tennessee, Mo. lie wn married to ,Ieaniictic Anderson oo July 28lh, 1850, in Kus sclvauia, Ohio. Five oliildron were born, to this union, two of whom tire till living, John Kudy of Fataiingtuii and Mrs. Nora liaakins of lloinic Tcrre. About threes years after bis wife's death Mr. Itudy was married to Mm. Sarah Ward, on Oot. 27, 18M5, at Knob Lick, Mo. Ia 1HH7 he moved to Doe Kun, where he lived until nbout three years ago. For n bout 1" years he was a fuithfiil in ember of the Nup tial church at Doe Kun. Funeral services were held ut the Baptist Church iu Farmingtnii by Kev. S. I1. Hi ill', who p'enched from I I'or. li:'.'ti, " I lie last enemy that shall he destroyed Is death." Mother Kudy wa a good man, lie livod to a ripe old nuu and was gathered-"like as a shuck of com oouieth in its season The memory of the just ia blessed, their duatb ia precious in the sight f the Lord. They rest from their hibuis ud their works do follow thi'in. In Memoriam. MiKiltK Mrs. Louiso Moure, he loved wife of J. V. Moore ol Marion townahip, died at a hospital in St Louis on September fi, 1UU", alter an operation for some trouble of the kid neys, aged about 68 yearn. Mrs Moore was a woman of devout Chris tian character, being a member of the Missionary Baptist Church, and was a loving and devoted wife and mother. She was the mother of a large family, six sons and four daughters, who with the husband survive to mourn unc who has been moio to them than words cun express. They have tho sympathy ol many friends iu the great sorrow that has como unto them, but they mourn nut as those who have no hope, for with this good woDian she has only laid aside the trials and pains of earth ly existence to enter upon a lite of joy and peauu wilb the Lord whom she delighted to serve. FltlKKI). Miss Zadic Jones, a Dunklin couuty teacher, was arrested for severely whipping one of her scholars, a seventeen-year old boy. The evidence showed that he had boasted that the teacher couldn't whip him, and when she did his mother had her arrested She was cleared of tho charge by a jury, who uoncluded the boy needed the whipping. Then your blood must be In a very bad condition. You certainly know what to take, then take It Ayer's Sarsa parilla. IT you doubt, then consult your doctor. We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Thu U ttti- tint question ymtr ttwtnr would .k; "Are --ur Imwt-U rcto'lur?" He klloNI th-4l tlallv ui Uim nt Mis liowil. It ataoluulv tt.aentt.il iu rrenwrr. Kt-ttj jrutir llvr acUv unit y.'tir Ixiwelt rasutiir by Uklug lauUve lut of Avar's 1UU. Had by J. o. Arm- Co.. tovall, ilaaa, Alae BBanuAMturere of . HAIR VK)o. f f p JQ smie cuite. W O CHEKJtV FKCTOfiAt. m Wa have ne aaorala I Wa publlah tha forai-jlaa of all our aaadlelnaa. Pale, Thin, Nervous ? THE LOCAL WARKET. Wheat iu "at hi Ciorn ;o Flour r 100 it is), 2 hi Heal art an aiilpstufT (sacked) is Bran " j 411 Mixed Feed 1 40 liar ton 11 utifcht 00 Irish I'otatoes... ;i Hens; A m Frlaf Chickens hurt t tios Butter ri w Bean r buanel.... 1 10 Bacon' A u Lard r A., u Tallow tr a 04 Sorghum atolassae 10 salt r bbl so Boner is Beeswax r A.... . M A I'tince of Sweden, October 8. Hello of Japau, October It). The Wayside Inn, Dec. 12. F'rank Muhara, January 10. A Human Slave, lunuaiy 24. Quincy Adams Sawyer, February 9 Conference Appointments Farmington District. The St. Louis Conference of the M, K. Church, South, which met al West Plains lu-t week, liuished its wink on Monday, ami following nto tho appointments tor tho Faimington District : W. B. Hays, 1'iesiding F.lder: Ar cudio, L. S. Asphy ; Uelieview, A. W. Itusscll; Bullgrade, J. W. Dun can; Ilisnmrek, J. 11. Wilhtirn; lioiuir lerrt, W. J Heys; Dcsloge, T. M. lacksou; Klvins, Thomas M. Lord; Farmington, William Court; Farming tou Circuit, J. Sitlon; Fhit Kiver, It. K. Adkina; Fredoticktown, (i. M. Hull ; Fredcricktown Circuit, supplied ; Lutvsville and Glen Allen, J. W. Hodges; Lead wood and Irondale, W. A. Ashley; Marble Hill Circuit, A. T. Saffold; Naely's Landing, D. M. Margraves; I'otosi, J. M. Stuce; I'o- tosi Circuit, to be supplied ; Sedge- wickville, J. U. Huff; Ste. Genevieve, W. II. C. Cunningham; York Chapel, William L. King; president Marvin College, C. M. Gray. Kev. O. C. Fontaine, w ho hat been pastor of the Faimington Church for (be pun year, has been ttuiisfetred to Oklahoma. Charleston was chosen as tho placo for tho next conference. licensed to Marry. Kith, W. T. Dicu. and Miss Ida Martin of Bonne Tcire. 20lb, A. J. McndicM of Dc Solo and Miss Murcillu Johnson of Blackwell. 201b, Alboil Wallcn and Miss Maggie Hughes of Flut River. 21st, Ford Stouser and Miss Norma Wall of Leadwood. 21st, Clarence Sparks of Klvins and Miss Jennie McCullough of D,csolge. 21st. B. F. Kobadaux and Miss Min nie Deulon of Leadwood. 21st, A. A. Burns of Foster and Miss Sarah F.il wards of Belleville. 24th, Andrew David of Do s logo and Miss Blnnche Walsh of Ha.el Itttn. 25th, Fred Fatchcll of Bismarck and Miss Mam in ic Stout of Leadwood. Sanitarium to Reopen. Dr. A. J. Mayliuld leaves today for r armmgton to take charge of a Bap tist Sanitarium. Tho doctor lived here about two years, did a good practise, pet formed several difllcult operations, and made many warm friends. We are sorry lo have him and his good wife leave us. Camp bell (Mo.) Ciiixcn. Dr. A. J. Maylield is tho eldest brother of Dr. W. II. Mayfiold, who with others established the Farmington Sanitarium, but which was closed sev eral months ago. Dr. Maylield comes hero to take charge and reopen the Sanitarium and hopes to have the co operation of local physicians and of our people. Kev. T. W. Talc, who had charge of the Sanitatiutu for awhile, will continue to be associated with it as secretin-)- and treasuror. "A Prince ol Swede" If you enjoy a good laugh and want to spend n pleasant evening see Curl Carlson, "A I'rincc of Sweden," al the Opera House next Thursday night, Oi'tolM't X. The play is a pretty story full o( blight comedy. GimmI acting by a good company of players. 1'lenty ol .-ni g", dances and specialties, and an aiMiiidauco of special seeneiv. Cl iiiiicil to be one of the hist enter tiiiniiieiits to be seen In. in llqs wn-nii Football Prospects The outlook at the Mouthart llu; ness College is excellent for the heavi est and fastest team that ever reprt senti il a Faimington institution i he team will nverngo between IliO and 170, iinil in the backCicid ure sevetnl ol the fastest men in Missouii. The initial game of (lie season will bo with the Capu Girardeau Noiuials at Cape 011 October Mb, and the bovs are sine to uphold the honor of Furniingtou. The Belle of Japan. The manuger of the Opera Hausc hns secured this novel attraction, which will make lis appcsrnnuo in our city on October 15th. Lots of singing, novel and amusing dances, a grex. ootupany of fun-makers, beautilul cos tumes, gorgeous scenery, elegant mournings and a story that is new is what we can expect when "Tho Belle of Japan makes its appearance. The date Is October 15th. For Sale Store building and stock ol staple and fancy grooerics. Can be bought at reasonable price. Inquire of Mrs. L. V. Johnson, Mistletoe, be tween Doe Kun and Koob Llok. Imported horses, your choice 11.- 000; home-bred horses 300 to 1700 ; Hart Bros., Osceola, Iowa. ONE OF of st. louis v; XSju Grand-Leader, St. Louis THE COMMERCIAL PALACE OF THE SOUTHWEST Visiting shopprrs to St. Louts should come direct from t'nion Station to this gigantic mercantile palace, o You mav cliei-k your p.srt-els here, and you Can enjoy the freedom of our writing, waiting and rest rooms S which are n your iree oisposai. Mm more will you enjoy a tour ol inspection through this magnificent establish ment. Take elrvulor to the sixth Moor and come down, viewing the wonders on each floor iu turn. You will be amazed at the immensity and dirrsm-ss fit our stock. Rathcrcd by our esjH-rt buvcrs from the worlds' most famous marts of merchandise. Doth heuiispheirs have contributed toward making this the largest and most com prehensive stock of iiirrcluudise ever assembled iu the West. Your every want nun- be supplied here, from the least inexpensive dependable goods to the costliest and rarest. The new Grand - Leader stnnds upon the site of old Lindell Hotel and adjourning property, and it is absolutly fire-froof. POINTS OF INTEREST. Dining Room Sixth I'loor. Art Wares Fifth I'loor. Oriental Rugs Fourth Floor. Fine Arts Fourth Floor. The Soda Fountain in the center of the Main Floor is in itself worthy beautiful foiiutuiii that has rver been erected, rusting more than f.'5,000. Free DINING ROOM oo Sixth Floor eervea Iroi lliAO lo S BASEMENT LUNCH ROOM serve alt dev. LBSiiS' r Ne" rlt C"lte dl Ql ' '1 he St. Louis Republic of Inst Sun- j day had a page write-up of the St. j Francois county lead belt. Tho num- 1 her of employes of the different lead cumpauics for 190G is placed at 4,4 35 I and the value of lead output at f 7,-, 430,671. the St Joseph Lead Com-j pany leading In both the number ol j employes and the output. j II may interest tho friends of Dr. L. ! B. Konnor, formerly of this place but now located at Galveston', Texas, that I ho has just completed n post-vradutc 1 course at the Xew Yotk I'ost-Graduate school and Hospital. Ho goes from there to John Hopkins (.'Diversity, lisltimoic, Mil , and then lo Chicago fur a few days witnessing the surgical operations of Drs. Murphy and Oschr ier, btforo returning lo Galveston about the 20lh of October. listen! Do You Want a Nice Little Home? Reed This. A four room cottage (onlv built four years) two fine iwrchcs,1ack porch en tirely screened in; large, roomy summer kitchen built oulo house, (really mak ing a five room house) new wood shed and coal house, milk house, cood water. one acre of ground, with all kinds of young fruit trees just beginning tubeur, tin hiding peach, apple, cherrv and near. together with graes, strawberries and many other kinds of small fruits. With in eight blocks of the public sonnre Price f 1,500 oo. Also u lllotlern etiltl-rM.,,,, l,n,.. -..., . minions porches, buth and city water. i.oi 110 oy 200 leet, one ol the finest bums in the citv. evci-lleitt u-,,,.1, I,..,,.. ! coal shed, excellent cistern with cement ' top. good well, magnificent forest trees 1 on Ihwii, granitoiil walks and located I within three and one-half blocks of the ' public square. The price will amaze you. See John Doughty, Room 7. Realty Building. Phone 27S. Vour cuoicp of any iiupoiled horses, 1,000; home-bied dinfl stallions. f'-'OO to sjTI'.O A. Lulimer Wilson, Cieslnn, Iowa. Trustee's Sale. W hreis w. II. popln, liy his er aln deed of trust dllled the liltll day of Neptemlier, i'.'l. unit reeordeil In the Itecnnler'a orrtee of st. Francois county, Missouri, In hook Tl ut page (, ctinveye l to the uniluralgned trustee tlie following descrllied real eninle. a leasehold togeiiiiTtvlihullhnproremciifs. sliuutH, lying and lielug In tlie town of Flat Hiver, county of t. Fraucjls and Statu of Mlssonrl, to-wtt: leuaetioid upon lt No. 4, blobk No. I In ihetown of Flat lllver, Mo. Whleli said conveyance was made In tmst lo secure the payment of a certain promis sory note In salil deed of trust deacrlliml ; and w hereas by the term of and deed of trust anlil note Is iast due and remains un jialil; now-therefore, at the retpieat of tlie legal holder of aulil note and In conformity with the provisions of ald deed of trut, 1, tlie underalgned trustee, will, on SATt'BDAV, DLTUIIKK IS, I HOT, between the hour of nine o'clock In the forenoon and Are o'clock In the afternoon of that day, a thesnutli front door of the Court House. Inl the city of Farmington, In aalil Kt. Francois county, Missouri, aell at publle auction to the highest Wilder for cash, the foregoing dntcrllwd leaaeliold to gether with all Improvement, to satisfy old note and th cost of executing tills trust. : - . KB. TETI.ET, TrusteaT' Sept. It, U07. 7 v fill 1 i Wm ' Doainfii MI el id niaiiiaippi Drapery Section F'ourth Floor. l'liolnKi.iph Studio Fourth Floor French Costume Koom Third Floor. Waiting tunl Writing Uooms Third Floor. To Introduce (irand-Leadrr Candle made nn the prrrnlaes, we will jlve a Full Pound Hon of our Delicious Chocolate Oenrus KKFF, to every one pre senting1 tbla Coupon al our Caudy Deparloient. Sixth, Wachinfjton and Lucas ssal Is esl-ol-towa folks be Inn their aaars ifti ra Hoy Grocery Co. Dealers in Staple JE. Fancy Groceries Farmington, Ho. Phone No. 95. Brown's Business Colleges Vumlcvpntfir anil I "el inn r Avenues halnt Uiuu, Mo. femur UIiIk , Mnth ami i Hive its isalnt Louis. Mo, t'elllnsvliln anil hi. Louis Avenue Kast Kulnt Louis, 111. ami sixteen other Inn ichool un der one management. Full term opens Hepteinher i. " Brown's Hook" anil new circulars sent free, fall or w rite M I'T. M. M. LINK, SAlNT l.oriw, MO. We Are Overstocked With Breaking Ploms Aid in order to move them in the next lo (lavs we will make the prices on 10- inch Stell Plows, $9.50 11 - inch Steel Plows, 10.50 12- inchteel Plows, 11.50 50-tooth Section Harrows, 9 50 One Mower 4 1-2 foot, 35.00 ALL THIS STOCK IS NEW AND CLEAN Rolling Coulters $2.35; sections for all makes of mowers, 4 cents. J- T. Claywell, NEXT BUILDING TO SHIRT FACTORY. ' m -fa 'fa .fa ifa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa FARMINGTON VISITORS MADE TO , rtfL AT HOME Infants' Wear Section Second I'loor sf'.r.md Stairway Main Floor. Lace Section .Main Floor. Great Ilasement Salesroom. of a special visit It is the most 2 se the moving" Stairway on the .jartmr jjMj ,lr3' ana secona f; ... l . and .stand still st th fost Olfica Haia Tloor. "Tpg S ini tnw inr-V IOC ft W Free IT WILL PAT TOU to visit Brown's Hrhools, examine their facilities, courses of study, moderate exiienaes unit new enrollment llon. Complete couraes in Bookkeeping, short hand, TyiM'W rltlng, etc. A course at II inwn ' means success, n iiooil )sltlon, and a kooiI sal lirjr. Kvery mnilliule Is employed, THE SALARY TOU GET depends iiHn vour ntiiuiy. ymir Imowlwine. your skill, anil what you can do. 1 liewnit-pciul upoii ilie -ehool you nttenil. Brown's school will nt you lor the well payliiH iKHitlons. ( all toil.iy io see for 0i. 4s ' - r K. !': I C I ( A l i fa - - MISSOURI I -,a--v ' sin-