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AS IN THE WEST Cwupc-r's Theories Are iieiiitf Rapidly Accepted by Eastern People. L. T. Cooper, whoso theory that Die hiitnnn smmnrh. I m (In- cause if liiiut III health who created (i furore In ('lilcaro. Si. in;in tin, I (iitu r western r!ii' s. u ! : i r. i; wiih th.- Mil if f-?:i:i!'.V.ln mi i v,i''i in' illrlno iIimiiii. limit tin' i as!. Cnfirr I ;i convtnc 1 i r : i r; i , i unilii-i l ! that Ms tin Tuy Is s-.mrul n !.!.' m"li('l!i" v 111 fo wli.-i in clal:. 1 nliai'H !li. iniit m f,-.-,. ' -- .1 C'f tin- llisl :' ! :! ;,!..; I :i I : en1;. inc. tl. . ..t,'i,-i.-iii ; b I y . ;,n: j,- (.;.:, l.o haw tit, ,11 in ,'lr;- H 1,.. .;ivi l.i-fil.lo : !.u.-!:i: ;!.' fot.wrl in 1 ! belief . t- Mine . li.- ' 'n,-r. 1 ii. In d- .' h.riiM of i: . l-v I !:.. -l-vvi! ;,r-ifi. ii.'ir. r vrnvi nii!iftio, nml then nirnln nnno iit all. I'm nml cake tnnilc mo Kick, I'm! I ii!;;iol, always liuil u HlckcnliiK r- -ii nr In My rt-.riine'i. I win ner wis, unit for w.i.-i.H at a time muM tint ;, ;i, i : ! l'if!i Hi'.iln rniil l ci ciiiiii-i ri li-.;,i.) a;, a ! t;(.r,. s'icii i. . . V in. i i ci , M'l'iiif'i t'i mi iau no i;un I, ' I I vnul.-l ow.-ii.-n tired r.'nl mm.. . c.i ,n. ,1 than v mm i will ti ..... ' I v.ih n.-..(i; aii.,l, l a.l paint 111 ' !:: had', aiid I'.ii'i'Tl'. -.-t t.v. I ,a!::.t in n ..- l.carl. I wan u-ntl In v i: ' v i : y r-i!t ;.- Hinl took tin I::- I' :-.t l-i n- :iii:i:r. I tried nil l.!n i t.r I' filli I::. M ..,: liorlniH. Inn nor. i ;"; irnoj l,i ndilfl tar. I !: id 1 u V) '."I"., C'll dir. v. ' 1 1 r.-ail fal'h in (V :;,er. which Im-i Fi'in 11 1 1 In a comparatively short lla.c. Mr. Wi'tnn-i- ;iiv :: "I wnnldn't ta'e Jl.n'i'i nnd ),e In t!" rundl'lnn 11 v as t'lrce v.ei l i in-, i. 1 j.ractl- ' cully an Invalid f.ir fon.-t n vurn an! fh!::l. I had :.-. i f a'l nf the ills ) fuses I. noun. Vv n'f'uaih un-i weal;,! .Hid at tluc-3 I would l.avu nn ruor-1 no rp.iTKv an 1 ! ') M-iM'lon, and had rd'iin r:n:rlu,,.,i () u'Af ; when t!.e (',m;n'r me.lji in.i wii retuayneiidtd. Tliaid;s to ll, my lif-:illh Rf. riin rnmiileti y reatore'l and I fe 1 lllio a new inau." Co(iicr iiieilloliies luivn created t!in "-'aie i.; Hennitlnn nl nnythliiK of tho Kind rive licfuro lntrodnccil. V'(t dell the iii, and v ill li plnrl to ex. Jilimi the likturu (if tlium U oui Callrrn. I', M. 1. 1. a i, man. LIBERTY VILLE. ITEMS. Jtiiln, sleet and nihiw In Kip weather report thin week. Jennie Cnwley In xtill lliiiteriiii.' with tyiliold fev.T. Petitions for State c.iiiiliilnli.H h .. I I" en iiiiini rmiK here recently. ; Another man killed in a milium in l.'ii.-, county luM vole for lo cal oiion, Wc have In-ill Hunting to eel to' Klirillillu'lnll fur the pasl two Week , Init the roaiN hid u- stay at hniiie. Some one dea.. (--II ii s how many divorce easo limr o.-i-n liled in tin- 'ireuit I unit in tlii county the un.t live veins, caiiM-d l.v the open xa ' I,,,,,,. please tell us how maii f "ii coinmitiiil in the past iv,. veals. open saloon. s"" "'' I'lease t.. im how miiiiv 1 falhers ami mutliers, hiishands in,, I wives, l.rother.s and sit.-rs, whoNe hearts have I n Inokeii and their In, in, s di-sii-i.yed in this county the j pa-l live years, caused ,y th, saloon . Is It Your Own Hair? olne on mnriler- ha this c, unity cansi-il l,v th Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Aycr's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro duction ! May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair! Use this splendid hair-food, stop your falling hair, and get rid of your dandruff. Th beat kind ot i "Sold tiir over i trmtimonml mxty yfurs.' A yers SmSAI'AklLU. I'll I s ttll.BKV PkCTdKAL. Hoy Grocery Co. Dealers in Staple Fancy Groceries Farmington, Ho. Phone No. 95. pel: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. DOE RUN EVENTS. Kill Sharp ..I F-; h, lays here la-t u.-ek, Mr. 11.11 li-.- ot !.,., 11 hit i i-h here last Sir Mis- Mini, 1. h:i!er ih. s tin, e, k at I ticorirc Mitcln ll ness in I- ariiiiiifl m ('has. Kmc ,,r It BISMARCK BREVITIES. rill ',.,.d Held. r Visited tteSoto M. , V lslt. ll r sp.-ni ,-nlw ,,,,d. I JlllsJll-t. Mmidav ral il l.n-i day . Mrs. Mary in 1 1 ,,ht,,ii 1 1 l I S. ( 'InV . isil 1 1 1 LT here I'lsimaslei t im s in isal .1; I.. Sunday In ri it : Mr. .lames I'.,: traiisactcil I 1 1 - ii- ll. I,...- M 1 I al land is lis Week, r of Ste. (o-MI-V i llli- W eek. r llrvan visited III, III., last Wick. Harder of I'.m visiting l-elll imr jiiiljiienl i intelligent hit o this county, and the saloons are v, will invest their otlll help f hllsitles Iii Iniild that vt e ha e an sah ,011 keepers iii we helieve that if ted out that lho capital ju M,iue DR. HAW, Ol rlC'E IN IthAl.TY lil II.1HMI, 111 HIM l.'l, Fuiiiierly ocmipii'd hy Sniille I'drcck Knrsier l'u. iiterpri... -,v h the eon nl v. 1, T. 1 1 his par v isiliei: the lamilv ,,f J; .il I I , -I" hv. . In Mis. I'.ol.l,,- with 1 , M 1 . spent with 1 L',1 . w. here 111.''-. 'I'll lo 11.11 lah, Mil .1 ImviI.-i 1 ej.ai 1 in, il iu.i.,l- I l int l;iv , r II i'l' iiiii1ii h Id Iii, nils. 1 I'. II. l iss 'l inn I .a ' 1 1 1 Ste. I ieliev Ii e . : . wiMi I -cr si-., 1 I urn r a I il In. mi 11 ir v isit ,f. T f lp t K. iiiileoi, I'lllllllllUt, last Saturdav . made 11 thr. a hiisi Uk-Ii tin Messrs. . o,:u.. ,,f I:. I.. I'", riittman l''arniiiiL'toii Tin sda i . and W trausio T. ted 11,1.,,, I l.oni- cltls. 1 Mrs. thi- we hi her The pi Win lor 1.1, tl placi isille n h is mi Il he lull i.slL'll l.e Haptis! .-hiiicl an ol I Snliiln nperat i oh liar i 11 w a s l phone Some who are opposing local Hull say We need the revenue derived Iroin saloon license to huihl roads. Well, this county has heeli collect ins' saloon license for forty or lifty years, and a majority of our puhlic muds ate in worsi- shape to-day than they were forty years iil'o. Some say if local option carries It will raise our taxes. Why do not the counties that are tryiiiL' it raise the taxes? Instead' tiny are cuttlm: dew n taxes. What others can do, old St. .'raiicois can do. Vote lor local option. . 1'KI.IX. I DR. B. R. DOWNING, p 'lPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON k.mimim;tus, .Mil. Iimr In tile Uiiik Holler llilll.lllli;. ITIi'i. I'llnllf 111. Uuiiliti lli'i' I'll, me a. OWEN A. SMITH, M. D.. KYK ANI KAK, AT FARMINGTON l uetilny, l hiir,ln.v un,l snlnnlny. ulllre llr. Itoliifmon'n lluihliiiK. AT FLAT RIVR. Motiilny, 'etlni.iiilii)' mitl Friilny. COAL and WOOD YARD Dry Stove Wood, Sawed and Split Ready for the Stove. My Prices are the Lowest TERMS CASH. J. T. CLA YXVELL. GEORGE F. HUNT, DEALER IN YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD LUMBER HOUSE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS BISMARCK, MO. The Only Kidimy Kenuidy 1 is Smith's Kidney I!, meilv. 'iniL':;isl w ill refund j mir iii,,n. aller lakiiic one I,., ill. you are sallslied With lesull.s. ," cents K. M. I.aakman. our 1 II ; Hot , hv : I 'I'l llllll.-'tl.ll 11 route , for app. w as 1 SI . luti- j The pany I- Jut s. 1: r was U.'seliled k Willi ji niee lu lls,, .-i.l hit iimther from K iinins iek . perty was pu ii-has.-d from TrauiTnicht Jesse Matkin di The illustratiil llollie VS. The ."sillo, i;iven in the Hup!! Thursday niu'ht, w a Mr. Kd Ituss. win ferin.. tis, I when I M "as a anil I iidav ol all exeep. liv es seV - o 1 vv chiircl ell all, la nde le.llh renter ' I lias heeli suf s.. eral dav s w ith appemliei ft Snuilay lor Kansas City lie Will reeeil e 1 1 1 ' 1 1 (-II I atten tion. Mr. Marcus l',-leion of ( 'hli-aim, while visitlm: his patents, of this pluee, frave a musical.- in the opera house Monday niitht. which was very 11 11 -1 appreciated hy those prReent. Mr. Joe KosWell t'i-1 n rn.-tt luurfe from St. I ,i in i s hist Saturday, where lie hunch! two horses for Dr. 10. J. Itnreh, who will take them to Texas with him. Mr. Itoswell drove th, leiim through in three days. A tiinnhcr of Miss Hazel CumlilT's friends, who hud pithcred at the home of Missf'lara London, ph'as uiitly surprised her Monday nijrht hy coiiMi, into her home ah, nit 'M) V. M. The evening was spent in cam of vari, ,us kinds. All left at a late hour and report a paid time. Thursday evenini.', I'h. lil, Miss Lillian Neidert was pleasantly sur prised, when a niiiiiher of yoinii: people, who had nssi-ml-! 'd at Mrs. Win Marshall's, ipnetly came in for a valentine social, (intnes stilled to the iiccasloii, which had heen pre viously prepared, music, shiinu t'li'., were enjoyed. Kefreshllienl s had heen prepared hy Mrs. Master son. All report a it'iod time. Those present were: Misses Nellie Hons, Lizzie Kteimle, Irene Thoimire, Lizzie Kim-, Minnie and Tilln iii'hufer, llonnie Itlack, (truce I'urker, Tinii Larnse, 1'earl I'olitte, Clara McCTiiitock and Klla Klser Messrs, ). V. Kohinson, .1. V. Kills, l'rnf. Marshall, Dr. Kucas, J. K Thoniiire, Jno. Paul, Louis Tho mure, II. I'olitte, Dr. Youiit, Kd Schafer, 1). Thoimire and Hill 'hinn of Ste. (leiievieve. M n hlooll poison. Shi i t ionally h I w o!,;i ral v i vy small children in r.-ci-nl . -ears has cast a L-iooni over this coinnuniitv . I n east in l' nhoiit for eaiidulates for county olllcers men ofslroni.' per sonality and character should In- ile-'hcid.-d ii to had il,,- ticket. The head of the ticket or Kepresell- tative s In in Ii I he an exeeptionnlly stroiin man, for St. l-'rinieois conn ty's nicmher should In- a ieader of the next ( ieneral A ssci i ildy . This ' my, with a State Institution, with the largest minim.' inlerests and many other Inisiness inlerests with Iiiito Inliorim: interests and a citizenship composed of pionli- of palriotisiii ami virility, deserves an exceptionally utroio' man to reiiie- si-nt it in a rev isinr session. The nood hoy of the town is not one of those that infest ami ohstriicl ahout the south end of the I. M. depot. The refined and cultured hoy is either at hot r husy w ith some hoiioraldc occupation. ,. jN Mlit one of those that punch and hox and push and roll ahout like so many yoiinc pups. The crowd of worth less yiiiiiiB Allierieuns has heconii 11 very pre nt imisai , and it is like ly the town authorities will soon take some action to disperse tin worthless (ran-, whose uncoiitl ss and iK'iiorance is only eipialed hy their Impudence. 'i ELVINS NOTES. M. It. A- I!. T. Itaili oad ( inn- has it- steel hridL'e across ti it ahout lidded. Thev l"il "I' t lit concr.-l.- pillars in the fall. Alter all is finished it will he a sitrht safer than with tl Id W lell llesth-. fanner-, aroiiiul here would see stricter hiintim.' laws, n't mind feedim.' Ihe triune, hllVe lawless fellows collie throw down tences iroinu in of li.-lds, start lire in the C. A TETLEY DENTIST- eARMIIVGION. MISSOIK tiflice over Tetlrv's Jewidrrr Slorr. DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN, Kirm!ns:ton, : : : Missouri "irtli-c In lleillljr lliillillnu. iKHi K 'I'lfiXK No. 77 llnsinrsc No. Some like to They il, hut to around, anil out woods over niL-ht while hiinriiiir and n l l hem huin up fences, as was il lately, i a little more than inn runners care to stand for; let it he slopped. Week hefore last il was stated hy a correspondent in your paper that if the county should pi dry the criminal costs would he lessened, and the taxes may he a little re llllced. Well, we hope so. There Is some talk in town why the local option people were in such a hurry lo have the election so soon and not wail ii t i I the p-m ral election id the fall. Others thiilltrht that the local optioni.sls should have the same rik'ht as the saloon keepers they wauled sonethinir extra could pay for it, as the old sayimr pies, the one that hires tin tiddlers impM to pay for the music. Work Is Improving some in the Lead licit, and it is hoped that we will have another limini hy spring. OHSKKVKH. UK. U. L. HOKTON. FAPMINQTON, MISSOURI nrtlrr iiimliilr: 111 llollnrft I mm Hull, linn. 'I'll, ,111 l). ii!l. DR. E. B. BARROW "DENTIST, PARMINCTON, MISSOURI. OKKH l-'-Kull.. .No. II It. -nil j- Hiillilinc, fhoiiH Nn, 4-1. Il,-lil,-ni-e No. IJ OSCAR L. HAILE &. CO., Farmington, Missouri. REAL ESTATE. INSUR-VN C, LOANS. ABSTRACTS, NOTARIES PUBLIC 1 CONVEYANCERS. OFFICE- IN FARrilNO 10N m.kCANTILF. CO. BLDQ., N. V. COk!M;K I'LIU.IC SOUARE. . . . 'PHONE NO. 219. Fire. Tornado. Piute Glass and Accident Insurance. -if they DR.J. W. GRAHAM, RESIDENT DENTIST, o Prulaon, Mo. VI. I. UniU of dentnl npnrnttoni wlili tti Biesi nml neui ninirnviii n ,illnr ecu nnd wninflii. All worn KiinrnnlK,,! toKlvemt itiirtlun. trnnia, at rniiiilnn Rents and Accounts Collected. - '' -."-..,m'.,, v I ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., j JFARMINGRON. MO. r u t .-mm - ' j waicnes, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware. Organs, Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines and Attachments. , Wafches and Clocks Cleaned and Repaired. 4 For Rheumatic Buffarera. Tim quick relief from pain ulfiirdcd liy applying Cliaiiiheilain's j'uiu Jtulm makes it a favorite with sulT rer from rheuniatlsin, sciatica', lame back, lumhapi nnd deep seated and luusciilar pains. For sale hy E. M. I.niikmnn. Child'a Life Saved by Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. Mrs. John Kiip!ehart, of (Jeru, Mich., tells of the anxious moments spent over her little two-year-old dauchter who had taken a hard cold resultiiiK in croup. She says: "1 inn satisfied that if it had not heen for ChamhcrlalirK Cotipli Remedy she would have choked to death. I ttave this medicine every ten min utes and she soon hepm to throw up the phelpn. I can rei mend it in the highest terms as I have an other child that was cured in the name way." Sold hy K. M. Laak-mau. Do You Suffer From Kidney Trouble1 We p.lin anteeoneliottle of Hmith'8 Kidney Keinedy to lunellt or pure. or your dniKpist will refund your money. Price 00 "cuts. K. M I.nnkmnn. Smith's Kidney Remedy. The only piaranteed kidney r-in-rdy. Iluy it try It It costs you nothiiis- if it falls, l'rice ot) cents. K. M. Laakinan, MlBBlSilPPL BonneTerre Railway, THI SHORT UNC AM D I W. I.. IIKVSI.KV t'HAS.li. ItKVhl.l.K HENSLEY & REVELLE, TTORNEYS-T-LAW, Farmington, Ki.aonrl W ill itnnin In nil tin- niurts ot tlio state ortii-etn iwvh InillillnK. nrer Kilrmlim on MHri-iiallle storn. I lioiif. iiy. " SMITH. a. ll. JIAKHI'llV smith a. marbury Attorneys-at-law, Prmluitoni 3VXo. TIIAI TICK In all tt.ernurtanf Soutlmniil Mlatourl, tli st. iuln;ourI ol Aipealand viir-iiinriiiroilin. limroin st. KrancoH Co. Hank tnillitliiK Good Clothes Wearers WANT Good Clothes Makers EDWRD A. ROZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kahmimiton, Mtonori i 'JlU.t, prarttr In all the t'oiirtiof Ml' ourl. rnmceln Knaltv lliillillnu W S. ANTHO MY ATORNEY-AT.LA W, KAHMINliTUN, MISSOl'HI, IltA('TI('KS In nil the ( nil rt not Mlnanurt. -om,-e In Karmen Hank HuIIiIIiik. R M.TALBERT. TTO R N E Y - AT- LA W, FARM I NGTON , MISSOURI. Will I'rartlre In all tlie UourU of the stale. Omco In Itealty HuIIiIIiik. Iloom is. h. b. ledbetter Attorney-at-law FaRMINGON, Missouri. nptrlil attention to t'rnhate mot Insurance Offlce in Hank of Karmlnvton lildg. JACOB HELBER, DEALER IN HARDWARE and furniture farminqton, ho Executor's Notice. Vntipe la herebr irlven that letter testn- menliiry were granteit to the unili-rilKneil Iit the t'rohiite rourl of si.Francoii t-minty. Mo., dnteil the inn uny oi January, law, on the estate of MAItTIIA A. Hltilll.KY, leceied. All peiioni liBVlnarlaimsaimlnit (0111 ei tatenre reUlre(l to exhibit them to the. executor for allowance within one T.-ar from the ilate ot mlit letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of nml emate.Biid If not exhibited for allowance within two years from Ihe date of said Idlers they will lie forever barred. HAHKY K. !!!Ui::.ST, Eaecutor. JOIUI.-Uj 10. 111". To make their clothe, for them. You will find them, a, well order "m, aV 6ne9t pieCe 80,1 P'w l HERMAN TRAIERNICHT'S, Merchant Tailor. Farmington, Mo. UNION-MADE SUITS! That is what you get when you order your suits from J. F. PUTTMAN, MKuX'HAJiT TAILOR. FARniNOTON, MISSOURI. Fall nnd Winter Samples on 'hand. W, It. VOPNIJ. Attorney-at'liw. und Notary 1'ubllc. f- II. McCI.INTfM'K 1'ubllc -Viliuliilstriitor. JAS. W. 1)089. YOUNG-McCLINTOCK-DOSS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. to Probate practice by Mr. YoutiR. "P"'"1 attention given Office South of Court House in the G. W. William. Buildine " mia, iiiiasuuKJ.