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IN NORTHWEST mm i ii.ii: oun with Ncm' 'l iieory is Astonish- Successf'.i! in Minneapolis. it,. ( ii ii !' S I i i j i; I hi- i;i:;l. i utiliin-ij ;u jii y t.r.- V. nil -)!: I'Vl I II, I till' v.i U-ii .,vn l!i;'ip. 'i.iilili; clli.'J Ui tin: Tl. re r,.i. il 1.. T nr has Tint hi ' t-;.t U , ) ,';;: Is r. i crnst of '.at. j mi ry. . Cooper h ;.' V(.M tint'. 1 1 1 nto::i ' ' .1 is lliu foiiiul.n urn lor unitd l! . :;'! h. tn.d ( ImIii!-, that prcpr:. ..n, hy r .'.ii 'i':: ; tho :tn:n:t!i, I.t ; r'li' iii(!rjlii' fur uioi-t ill.ie'jv;:. Tl: .. : iug tiUaf f: nil ll.-j Tri!.Un,: (.. t n i ; r. ; '. '.il :n-aioll.i ",vw;t .. 1 I:! ' :;. .lit! niiiii'.i r ;f . -';,;a who " .''i:;: Coir . rV I "," "" ' ( :i(! or I. :"' l'.B.,n r's i:.?y l:i t'!';'.vs: " i'lio ri!c p? f'-'i;-r'.; ; -i 1 : :nr.v .,i';ii:iio:,.il :i thin I.n ( ..Miiial i!!.n.. i, him ui i : lii vuiij all in.ii.it I lir:t it . ,... i' - I; i u .i i . Horn i' ' 1..0 tur- l.ursr ilurinr; the thirty d'ys. V.r. Coo; rr -ii-i:t in that rlly. "Jluriii'; the paHt twenty-two days d. C.'niir-r Ir.m hern In iMinncniiolii- llirr Kile of lli.l )tc,j atinn lius aver- fSd ;;'.n;t Ivo t hot? .iiitl t.oi t !.! a day. 'li--;i l.'H' at:ioui:t .if i:i"iiicine cIIskhp'I if ilii ."i ;:iit.t ihu statu udueri ill! J, 'mo amount v.'.ll In: liouliled, I In r fnr-, tiij yottir; l'i'iii htm mild In .wti';.-:vo th'.v'i e.litliiy-. ikIiL lliniiMind ii.tln:a i f his inivuii i.i ; I.: t!io ntulo of I i i . 1 1 '.it:; rhin?, A'hica I.i i trt:!;-- ru- iii."..'l.'ii .y n --or-1. "'.nil 'ie : rvjt W" V sn r,v:iv l-un- Mili'-riiij: ('(. 1:: l:jr, 'I': llv, trui : tu ! 1 1 1 : : -ill ..ij..i I. .Ill ;t : '! !l ".'M Ih-i-; t:o eli-li of ll:.- c:.y. ' 'c t 1 il tim fain f'ir th': food i,.i hi; n.etll-:-i y lh"t hti .in.rcd l,y tLo tl. l.a- l:.'3 a'-iove man i. n-r nri-iern- :. 'lur r ritnil.tr reeo-d. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. DOE RUN EVENTS. MIhs lizzie St'-imlt. muile a hiiHi iii'sh trip to St. Limit) Kridfty. Will KlhiT of Klut HiviT Hpi'tit Sunday Iiere with hniiii' fnlkM. Mr. T. M. Mi)Kti,riui iiiailr a luiHi ih'hh trip to St. I.iniiH luHt wiM'k. Di'lofK Tliniiiiire ui St. KrancoiK Kpcut Sunday here with home fnlkn. Ninth ('liftman nf Mi-rriilani'iitn Is speiidinn a fi w weekH with IiIh pai'i-ntH. Mr. Kri'd Srliek Kpent several iId.vk last week in St. I, mils iitteudiiin to hnsiiiesH. Mr. anil Mrs. Will I'.dwards of Mat Kiver spent a few days here this Week. The M. W. of A., X.t. several new iin iiihers int Tuesday niL'ht, Mr. Hill Wadlnw, who is working at Tint Kier, spent Sunday here with his parents. Mr. Art I.ttniiuit ami wife of limine T.'i'iv spent a few days here this week ith relatives. Mortice CofTiehl was in i'lat Kiver I ie latter pail of last week attend i ll-' to hiisineHN allairs. "Ir. ami Mrs. John W. (hlirard of I! t Kiver Hpent Sundav herewith Mr. and Mrs. X. Thiiimire. M.ss (irace I'arker went to Hotiue Tet re Monday, where Hhe has u iohI- tion in Mrs. Spei 'h Millinery slot-,. BISMARCK BREVITIES. JudtfH Kversole of potosl was lirre Saturday. Sattir- n ten- 1001, took ii the Inline A few cases of senilet fever are si'Htteti'il over the town, though Hie disenstj liasen't ulfected Un B;,ul any yet. Mr. Torn Uoilneri and littlo koii CharlnH of ('tipple Creek, Colo., aru viHitint: the funnel's sister, Mrs. hnu Selirelher. Iitist Wednesday eveninir ahotit !l:.m iliirintra ll);lit rain, Mr. WIiIIc'h house was struck hy lik'lilniun and ; Hlijrhtly datnaifed. Fortunately no out) was liurt. I Messrs J. I,. Ziniiiier, Adainl Meyer, MiiKti n l'ttrks and I'ap Swln- j ford returned home Sunday front I the Iron Mountain dam, where thev hud fished a couple of days. Vulle a little excitement was caused Tuesday afternoon when Mr. r trunk humpie s smoke Iiouhc was discovered In flames. A Inrjrn crowd hood gathered und by hard work naved thr residenee tholiL'h It Is damaged soine. We are pleased to announcp that "Saved hv tlm Woodman" will lie played in Don Run Opera House, Friday evening, April .'Ird, hy home talent. The play contains humor, pathos and oratory. F.xcellent mu sio will ln furnished hy home talent. Come out and see the grandest play of the season , Those from Doo Hun who attend ed the basket-ball game Saturday nik'lit at Ihinnc Terre, between the Festiis and Honne Tcrro Hih ScIiooIh, were; I'rof. Marshall, Messrs. L'ouls Thomiire, Kiiimett Womack and Clarence Moyerj Misses. Hello Mill, Irene Tbomure, I'earl Hawk and Florence Johnson. Chamberlain'! Cough Hemody ii Both Agreeable and Effective. Chaiiiherluln.B Cough Remedy hat) Tin superior for c.ouL'hs, colds and croup, and the fact that it Is pleasant to take and contains nothing in any way injurious ban made It a favorite with mother. Mr. W. 8. Pelham, a merchant of Kirksvllle, Iowa, nays: "For more than twenty years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias been my leading remedy for all throat troubles. It Is especially successful in cases of croup. Child ren like it and my customers who have used it will not take any other." For sale by . M. Laak man. I Mrs. Htrotber is reported very low with I'lii'iiiiiunia. .rs. j. i,. j-.uton in visiting rela tives at Belgrade and Caledonia this Week. Mr. George W. I'arker left day for Detriot, Mich., for days visit. :rs. ! rank Heard of F.sther is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mttrrv. at mis place. ,ii r. i'. a. Hess and family of Cal euonia visited the family of Dr. llet.H here Sunday. one of the passenger trains of the Illinois Southern has fur tin-present oeen (llseontlniied. oininerclttl Traveler Hutchison and family left this w.-i-k for .1,. -..-. son i ny wnere they will make their home. Mr- J" s U. Thomptoin has pur- cnas'-il the farm hoine of Dr. J. I I-.......... . r.iiiou and win soon occupy same us a residence. It is reported that Dr. J. H. Hess will take charge of the Collier A Co. drug business until an administrator is seleeled. i i.... i t - ...inn Linn ivaniKcy, who was a student at Forest I'ark I'tiiversty, which burned last Saturday, return ed home Sunday. Our former editor (i. (1. 1'ollard, accompanied by his son-ln law, John M. f arron of St. Louis, was here Int Friday for u brief stay. Mr. ( . H. Legjfett, formerly a leuding hardware muu, died lien mommy arteruoon aflor a protracted illness. His funerul took place ednesday. A new Kustem Slur lodgd was In stituted at Irondale Saturday. Quite a number, twenty or more, from here participated in the event and report a most enjoyable time. The very sudden death of Mr. K. H. Collier is greatly deplored by all. His remains wer taken to Fred ericktown for interment, and n spe cial car wus lllled by his friends from Hisniarck. No citizen herp was more generally liked or better known than wus S. H. Collier. He will be sadly missed. trip to Flat River last Friday after noon. Miss Sadie ('handler of Se. (Sen- evleve spent Monday and Tuesday here the guest of Miss I.illie Vcald. Mrs. Kit, lira Hitter and niece. Miss Maud Walleu, spent la.t Sun day here the t'lle.l ,,f Mis. I 'illis VeateH anil familv. Mi.is-'S Florence llltinkeliship mill hena West ami Frank and Hillmaii West spent Saturday and Sunday vvilh relatives at D.-sl LIBERTYVILIE ITEMS nev. ,i. i. feigiisiin Ik nioviug t Untitle Tel le. Master Willie linker is with an abcess in his head. Mr. W. A. Simpson is p from an attack of in grippe. Mr. K. O. l'reHiiell is inaking needed improvements on his barn. The farmers are sowing oats. planting potatoes and inaking gar den. Hiiek Highley of Fariiiiiiglon vis ited .1. ('. Williams several days last week. Mr. mid Mrs. Cyrus Holmes vis ited Win. Johnson ,,f Fredet-ii ktown last week. airs, itamlal of I'oplar llhilT vl tied her sister, Mrs. X. A. Kinkead here lust week. nr. v. A. Dyer of St. Louis hu.t located here anil has i n.iwl il, Kinkesn house. air. iraiiK AuHurhon visited his hrother-in-law, Mr. J. L. Simpson, ncre this week. A social was given at Mr. K. O t remieii n Saturday evening which was very much enjoyed by tin young people of the Immediate neighborhood. We noticed in lust weeks Times that our neighbor, T. W. Martin is a candidate for Assessor. Mr. Mar tin is well ipiulifled for the position to which be aspires. Is an honorable and trustworthy gentleman, and we assure the Democrats of St. Frun- cols county who vote for him that they will make no mistake. FF. MX. The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes; a new one quickly comes. It's the story of a weak throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It strengthens, soothes, heals. Ask your doctor about it. The bast kind of a tsatlmonlal "Sold lor over sixt? years." GEORGE F. HUNT, DEALER IN YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD LUME HOUSE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KIND BISMARCK, MO. MU bv J. O. A Tar Co Ativ mnuiaoiurra or yers IrfmaU, aw. 9 SAKSAPARILU. MILLS. HAIR VIOOC. WahcTtiiaiHrtlil W pnbllih th formulu of !! our modlolDM. Keep ihe bowels retrular with AVer's pins. Just one pill each right m. HAHLAN. freblilnnt. M. P. W. R. LAND. Vice-frit. . cashier. The residence of Mr. Gnorfw Mat kln cuucht fire on the roof Saturday evening. FortunaUily it was discov ered early and the Are controlled. otherwise the town would hare suf fered as It did several years af;othls month. These incidents are forci ble reminders that "In prace we should prepare for war." The town Is sudly, very sadly, in need of lad ders located conveniently for emer gency use. The town board has been repeatedly requested to provide this much needed preventative, and still it is the same old story noth ing done, nothing done. SALEM NEIGHBORHOOD. Fruit crop looks very promlsiiiir so far. Win. I'arks sold six nice shoals to IN'ter Meyer Tuesdav. (uitc u crowd attended the closim; of Taylor school Suturdnv. Miss Dovie Ilrewer spent Suudtiv with Miss I.ucy Williams. The farmers of this neighborhood are very busy sowing outs this week . Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Covington and family visited Mr. und .Mrs. Heattv Sundav. Miss Mary F.dwnrds visited her sister, Mrs. J. II. Orten, Monday eveninir. Mrs. Carrie Idiiian of Bismarck is visiting this week, with her home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yenger. Sir. and Mrs. Noah Ilyington and Jennie F.clwardrf were gueHts of T. M. Cunningham and familv Satur day. MfHMrs. Willie IVrrymnn, F.lmer Stark und Alviii Ciinninghum were gtiem of Aftittt DeOrmit Kuturday nigitt. Mr. A. M. Dikm will have a public sale Tuesday, March .'list. We un- derHtnnd that Air. IJostt is selliiiL' out with the liilt-iuion of moving to Flat River. KI'MV. u i mi capital stock aso.ooo.oo yurjilus anil profit $50,000 00 Don a general Hanklo sad Bi. ehnoife tiunlaena. Inlereal palil no time depoalte. Inaured avatnat hnrglarr In tbe fidelity anil Caaualt jr Co., of N Y epotitary of County fund: C0LL-KCT10N8 A SPKCIALTT. - DIRKCTORS Peter Ginning, J. K. Klein, W. Y. Dom, John B. Ilighlty W. R. Liiiix, A. J. Zwsrt, W. M. Hsrlan. Order of Publication. OSCAR L. HAILE & C . Farznington. Missouri. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS. ABSTRAC NOTARIES PUBLI and CONVEYANCE PHONF ran oiq Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass and Ac i-nunt ro. zi9, insurance. Rents and Accounts Collected OFFICE IN FARniNG T0N HERCANTILE CO. BLOa., N. W. C0RNIIR PUBLIC SQUARE. . . . r. ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY C FARMINCRON. M0. Watches, Clocks, Jewell TATK OK Mlssnt rtl 'oiinl)i or st. fran -nli ' In tin-circuit court, of t Krsnenla count v. Mllteof Mljsnurl.to Slny term, mm. loaluii llyltiKtmi, Mntnllfr, vt. Nam It J. HyltiKtun, IMenilnnl. Now nt tiitfttliiti reiMPK il.. t.inintifr .1... mail lljlimtnii. ny Merrill llpkln. I1I.1 itt tornejr, unitni.-s tils iietttliui alk-Klrm tlrat ileri-iiilnnt inn, uiKeiiii'il Iihi-scK rroiu tier iimiiI ehii-oef lllHiiln In this .,ite. nud run. ineil lii-rnt-ir llottlflt 111,. ,.,.II,..inJ it Iiih runniil Ik- serveil iipiin n,t. . iim,.iihiii it im nril,.rMil l.v tli. r.i.v t tliiacmirt In viinitinn inut alil ilintliint Iih niHin.-it I iv , iilillrnlloii Hun plalirnlfr linn ciiimnenreil n tiilt aunlnl In-r In llil- ( niirt tlifOiliit.i-1 and K.-li.-iHl mil in, f -in,.n 1, u niiimii n illvm-n. on t tie Kinunil ot iinaimi tie. 11 -it ileaettliin. and Hint uiilesi the mild leaiiiinnt I anil Rppeur at 111K i.'tiutt at lite nrai term tlieiii.f. to tt- lieuun nnd lioliin at the court itmisi- In tin- city nf MttmliiKton.ln mihi euiuity. 1.11 lie- mi, d:iy of M.-iv,. vk, nn, I ,,n er liefore t lie n rut day "Instil term to nnwernr plrail to He- tw tltnin In Kill! miiM-. tin. aime will In. taken fl4rr,nfestMl.anujiiil!tiieiif u-iii iu, r..,,,!..,! Hi'wnllinily. III.' II V.HI IHTTIM-r nr.lJP..ll lllt.l n nnt.t. I ... ..... kttk-i, u-i-inuiiiK 10 iliw in Hie rufwniKiim llllK-s. 11 neHluier I 11 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 - 1 III Mlil. county nt si. Knuii-nn. for tour weeltJ SU('l-eS1lH. iHilill-Ou-il ui K.u.i r,.. a ween tie. In.r liwrruiMi to i. t ,,aBt ttili--ty ita-yimeforw rhenint dnyof autd next May utib), iiw, ot ibis irt. A true nnjiy rroitlie record. VVItne HI ImlMl nml si.nl ,f tlw r.laniti court of St. rmnruia nounty, Ihtn unit tiny of Marv.li, Silver and Plated Ware, Organs, Musical Instruments, Sewing Machines and Attachments. Ui.l.l 1 m. . naicnes ana biocKS Gleaned and Repair 0OAOOOOO000OOOOK0000000000000000000000 FETLEY-KLEIN LUMBER COM PA Farmingtorj And Flat River, Mo. pVKRVTlIING id the Lumber Hut-Dressed and finUWn 9 L Lumlwr, Doora, Wimlow Frames, Saih, BImiN, Wealhei boarding, Pine, Cjrprua and ValvinKton Cedar Shtnelet 0 Hoontit!, btutlclinK, Buiidera' Haniwooil, and in fact everrtbin. S needed by contractors and builders. we S'as0dle FAIRBANKS GASOLINE ENGINES and DEEP WELL PE 00C00OCKK00KX)OOCKX . S. CLA V, Attorney at Law. J. W. HI CK, notary Public. W. N. FLEMIb Notary Pi, P.LAY, BUCK & FLEMINC. : aru The Only Kicbiay Bemndy In Smillt'a Kidney Itmnedy. Vinir (IrtiKViHt will re fund yur money If after tukiuK oim lttl yim are nut KiiUHtled wtOi rpHtilt. 00 eenla by K. M. Lualuruin. LOU8HB0RO ITEMS. MIhsoh Klvia and Lllllo YtnteK vinltetl friends near EIvIuh lat Krl- diiy. Mr. Noriiinn Jackaou of Klut Klvor vlMitod frleudH hero lant Kut urday. Mr. Iitio JoliiiHon and !lttlo bom, Tom, vlrtited relatives at nonne Terro Sutulay. MosRrH. Clarence Yeaten of Elviim and Fred Yeates of Leadwood Hpent Sunday liere with home folks. Mrs. Allio West and little duuirh- ter of BiHinari'k viHlted relatives here last Monday and Tuesday. Moitsrs. Oeorfre Taylor and Lar- kin MeFarland have gone to llonne Terre to spend several days with relatives. C. Adams, the afrent at Doe Run Junction, mode a ft vine Otatuauy. Mr. William J u tin rk Werelinn was lioni in CWnminy, July 2J, H4, and died at lua lenne in EMtlier, Tttedav, Murch Kith, IlltlH, after iwvhii yearn of HiilTertnK- from aathma. Mr. Werchan well ami favor ably known thriiKhout tbe head Kelt its the main pruprieter of the Werehan A IWiw limit market of K at I hit. He hua Imhmi here four yearn and had trained many frietida by IiIh lioneMty nnd uprlhtnoMs. He came to America when Is yearn or sufe and when about .') yearn of a? be vu married to Mixa Kmma HuHbler of HillHboro, Mo. and to this nnitin were bom seven children, Katie and Edith, havlur preceded bitu to the better land ; M m. Anna Cndwullor of Povolv, Me. Micknl, of Hereiilaneuin, and Ferd inand, Willie and Adolph with Ihe wife of this, place, are left to tiHturn their loss. Mr. Werohan was a member of the Lutheran church at Featus and ditrlnir his last days of severe HiifTer itiK he exoresNed himself as not be Intr afraid to die, hut wanted to go home. His funeral services were eon. ducted by Rev. Thomas Lord, from the M. E. Church. Houth. at this place, Thursday at 8 a.m. In the presence of a larfre audience of sympathizing friends, after which his remains were taken to Puutus for interment. The writer extends sympathy to the bereaved family and mav our Heavenly Father help them live so that they may meet their loved ono Rone on to he their guiding star, to a hrighter home and a purer concep tion of the love of our Lord. AFK1END. 1 t' r. TriMLWoS.ftrruH Clerk Administrators' Notice. NotUe If lierehy idren tltal letters of ml- ,iiu.-iou,i,in with aruuten 10 tne under litnnd by the Imln court ol t. i nn. coin riMiuy, Missouri, dated the nth (Uy of ... ,,,, in. .iiinii, 01 JOIIT WiiitK, iMe'd. All pseaons linlnif -lnlinKln.t mid h.. one ue reiiuti-Mii exhintt them to the iiiiiinnmmiur tor atlliwiine tvlthlii one ynr from tlm dntn ef inlil letter, or they may he-iii.-iuileil rnuii anv heseat nf .111.1 enlnte. 111. I'll nm emtDlteit for Bllowanre wiiinii fiw renrs rntsn the ilntenr mhIiI lHt ten they, will Im forawr hurtnnl. m. 1. Stui:lH. Aiim'r. SlniiHiJ, li.il. ABTRACTERS. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and LOAN AGENTS. Farmington, St. Francois County, Mo. Offlee In REALTY BUILDING. TelefWc No. 71. Final SKtlmawnt. Nutlet- Ii hereliy alven thial the nnn.F lioii-d. ailnitnlstrnnir ot thweetute-of JflllN- F. SIHAJU.IICk. Iw't, wtt) make fllml setttetnent oranlrt etnte nt the iie.teriii of tie I'rotxite tmrt of ft. franrsla eounty, Wsiiourl, to Iteneemnand ImIii in. tile court anus In Karminarnm, In mid county, nn tile secoaul Mixulur ir Aiirll.itwi, (C. n. Mduvnirii Murrtin, lwis. I'uljllc. lniliinuatir Final Settlement. Nm.re Is tii-nau ulven that the nmler. ilsniHl, Adinln'iUrator of trutesiateof wii.Li.ut G. w:tm. dec). wtDmnkea fttut' settlement nf said estate nt Me next term of the llnUnti-1 wirt nf St. rritniwiift eouniy. AiiaHiiuvi, to lie fKiin nnd heiMl-ln Knrmtavton. In unit rouaiv. on the seMiid Monday In Aprtl. n.wt. v. it Mi-ci.ivrncK. SUrr 1 1 13, ihuk. IVXic Ailailiiliitrator. Good Clothes Wearers WANT -S 1 Good Clothes Makers To make their clothta for them. You will find them, as well n an excellent Hue erf the finest piece gooda and tamptea to order bum at HERMAN TRAIERNICHT'S, Mercbaot Tails'. Farmlnffton, Mo. Ftsal Sottlement. Nottre la hereliy atren that tlie unrier slstied, .VJailuliitrittkie of the Mime of Jl. M. HKMAIt. Ilw'll, will niaka flnnl avitlement nf nld eatateat tlie nest turni of the rmlatte Court ojst. Kmncotti county, atltaourl, to tie lieitun and held at the Court Honne In KarnitiiKlnn, In "iilil county, on tbiconi Monday lu April, Wis. V. II. McCI.INTlK'K, Slun-Q U.I'jik. Public Adinlnlatrutor, LANG & BRO. FARMINGT0N, MO. Manuficturen of Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber nd Building Material Alio Undertaker of Fuoenlt. UNION-MADE SUITS That ir what you gel when you ordbr your suits from J. F. PUTTMAN, HRRCUANT FARniNQTON. MISSOURI. Fall and Winter 8amples on Land. VT. II. TOt'NO, Attorney -at-lAW, and Notary Public. 0. tl. McdUNTOCK, I'uljllc Administrator. JA8. W. DO Y0UNG-McCLINT0CK-D0S REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Sella and buys real estate, write fire and tornado insurance, procures loans on real estate aecurity. Special attention cived to Probate practice by Mr. Young. Office South of Court House in the G. W. Williams Building. FAEMINGTON, MISSOURI.