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ifiiiiipim FAKMINGTON. ST. FllANCOs COUNTY, MO.. APRIL 10. 11)08. Number 15 Volume 35! DELICIOUS ICE CREAM SODA AT KALIS ST. LOUIS DAIRY CO 'S ICE CREAM. CHOICE CRUSHED FRUITS. "AS SHIPS THAT PASS IN THE NIGHT. Lnukmiiii's for drugs. Seed corn ut Klein's. "It'H fresh ut Klein's." Chicken feed ut Klein's. Ripe tomatoes at Klein's. Faster novelties ut Klein's. Seed SWeet MtlltO'H ut Klein's. Plum unci pencil trees are In lilciniii. Lettuce, green onions unci rhubarb ut Klein's. AUegrettrs Cundy ut Lniikinun's Drug Store. i.i,...u fi Art Kxhiliit. uilnltH l.'i cents; children 10 eentx. In the pulnt line the Htock is com plete ut Lnukmiiii's Drue Store. I'nliit mill Willi brushes of ull kindK ut Lunkinun's Drug Sfore. V. Hond of I ronton vis ited Mrs. J. H. Jones this week. The County Board of Kiiiullzn (!.,,, lorn lieen wrestling nil week with the ussessment list. Mr Charles A. lluttcrfleld lllld family huve returned from Arkun suw, where they spent the winter. J.C. Pepin, 1'uihler and enntruc tor, Fnrnilnptnn, Mo., will undertuk. contracts for nil kinds of building. Burred Plymouth Hock egps. (Huwklns stiuiu direct), ut $1.0(1 per settimr. Apply to Mrs. K. C Tucker, Furmiiiptoii, Mo. For Sule A two hurner (Julck Meal gasoline stove. Only been nueil u few months. Apply to Mr. T. 1). Fisher. Mr. Georite Dnglisli, wife und litth daughter of St. Louis were Hi j;uosts of Mrs. David Heidelberg for several days tills week. Mrs. Vomit' of St. Louis spent several days visiting Miss Lucy Stouirhton. Dr. Willis Young came down and spent Sunday. The Monday Club has Issued in vltatlons for an entertainment and reeeiillini ut the Opera House on Monday, evening, April -1). Mr. S. K. Hhurrock of Murble Hill who formerly lived for sevesal years near Llhertyvllle, was in ! arming-' ton on business last Saturday. Lost A child's gold necklace, at or in the M. K. Church, South. The finder will please return same to Tiik Timkh otllce and receive a lib .nil reward. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will give an apron hnziiur on April 14th. It will lie a good opportunity to get your Faster tokens. Dr. A. J. Muylleld, in his card, which may be found among the pro fessional cards in Tn k Timkh, offers bis services to the people of Fiirm inpton and vicinity. There will be special services at the M. K. Church, South, next Sun clay morning, April V2. Kev. Wm. Court will give his personal experi ences as u missionary in Japan. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. C. will be held Tuesday, April 14th, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Houehliut. Subject: "Our Duties, L'M.t.iowlxeil and lmnosed by the Local Option Victory. K.C.Brown Leghorn epps $l.'J.'i per sottinp of 15, or $(i.(M) per 100. Hiirh scorinp, blp rose comb, white ..... ,.! nun lnvlnir strain. Also Huff Oriiliiirton epps $1.50 per set tiiiL' Aimlv to Mrs. K. flood, Farminpton, Mo. Mr F. A. Brown, representing the T.nvmen's Forward Movement, will preach at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning, and will hold .,iiir Miiiubiv evening at :'.W o'clock at the church to expbil I this movement to the people. Kverybody Is cordially Invitee. In addition to exhibiting copies of J0U palntlnps by tho world's greatest urtlulH on April 10, 1" and 1H, the Indies of the Presbyterian Church uirvn refreshments, strnwber- riea. Ice croum, cake, sandwiches, coffee, etc.. and have on sale an as Hortment of aprons, bonnets, duBt -aps, etc. Northern seed oats, both black and white, at Farming- ton Milling Co. SEED POTATOES! We have thorn direct from Minnesota. They yield hip returns. KLEIN GROCER CO. Any city or town Is fortunate that an secure tho fine art exhibit to be made in Furmiiigton by the Indies of the Presbyterian Church on April Kith, 17th and lHth. In other places schools are dismissed and street car ompuules grant free transportation to school children that they may be able to study the masterpieces of the world's greatest urtists. The exhibit will be in the old Clurdy house, next to Flmwood Seminury. Any kind of lamps at Kleins. Kicked by Mule and Leg Broken. Little Harry Stain, the eight-year old son of Mr. Kd Stain, last Tues day afternoon while ridinp on his ixmv and drlvlnp some mules from the pasture to tho bam, was klckei on the ripht lep by one of the mulei and both bones were fractuied be tween the knee and ankle. A phy sicinn was ut once summoned and si't and dressed the injured limb and the little fellow is petting alonp as comfortable as could be expected. When vou can't find it anywhere else go to Klein's. I'bey have It. Fine Art Exhibjt. The ladies of the Presbyterian Church have perfected arrangements to make an exhibit of tl irculitt- inp art pallery on April Hith, 17th and IMth in the old Clanly house, next to F.lmwood Seminary. This exhibit represents copies of JIM puintiups of the world's preatest urtists, und is the finest tlilup In the wuy of art that bus ever been shown in Furmiiiptoii. It is a ciiinmendable enterprise on the part of the ladles and should be well patronized. K.verybody enjoys fine picture. A smull admission of 15 cents for adults und 10 cents for children will be churped. CITY ELECTION. The city election lust Tuesday for City Collector und one Alderman from each ward resulted in the fol lowing vote: Vote for Collector. O. L. Halle 71 i: 4:i A. L. Orten '.'4 (15 :w L'l 14S Wards 1st d Id 4th ... . Total Hulle's majority .114 Kill Vote for Aldermon 1st ward Henry Hurmun d ward-S. J . Tetley . . .'d ward J. A. Sprott Id ward W. H. Taylor 4th wurd Chns. Glossing The second wus the only wurd iu which there was a contest, Tetley defentinp Sprott by a majority of 45. School Election tor Directors. J. T. Burks 'J. ill S. ('. Counts 147 YV. H. Vounp . '-"J--' John Murrill :i:i to be being There were two directors elected, Burks and Murrill the successful candidates. HOLT WEEK OBSERVED IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. Palm Suiiduy Blesslnp and dis tribution of piilms before 10 o'clock muss. High muss at 10:15 o'clock. Wednesday, 7:110 p. 111. Sermon on "The l.nst Mippor." Holy Thursday H a. m., Mass of Reposition. Procession to Iteposi tory 8 to I) p. 111. Holy Hour of Adoration. Good Friday H n. 111., I'nvelllup and Veneration of the Cross. II p. in., Meditation on t 'prist's Mutior- inps The way of the Cross. 7::i() p. 111., The Way of the Cross. Sermon "The Crucifixion of Christ." Holy Snturduy o. 111. ('(re monies of the Blesslnp ol the New Fire, The raschul Candle, The Bup tismul Wuter, The Paschal Water. Hiph Mass of the Kesurrectlon Vospors. Easter Sunday Low muss at 8 a. 111. Hiph mass und Kaster sermon at 10 o'clock. Benediction of the Blessed Sncra- tnent. JOHKt'H Com.inb, Pastor. Death of Charles A. Filley. Mr. Charles A. I'llley, for many yearn secretary of the Iron Mnun tain Mining Company, during much of which time he made his home at Iron Mountain, iu this county, died at his home in St. Louis on Thurs day, April '2d, aped 70 years. Mr Pilley was a man of the highest character and integrity, courteous and considerate in all his dealings, and lins many friends in St. Fran cois county among the older people. HON. C. F. ARNOLDI DEAD. Former Representative of St. Fran cois County Dies of Bripht'a Dis ease at Bis Home In Flat River. Hon. Cart Frederick Amoldl, who represented St. Fruncois county in the Forty-third (lenerul Assembly of the Stnte, died of lirlpht'H dis ense ut his home in Flnt River last Sunday nipht, April 5th, after a lin periup illness of several months, aped IK) years, 10 months and five days. Mr. Arnold! was born in the city of Alferd, Germany on Mny 'JO, IK47. He came to Missouri in ISliC, and was married on January 1st, ISIiMtoMiss Mary Hiikh.1I. Diirinp that your he moved to Mine La Motte, Muilisou county, and Febru ary, 1IK11, became a resident of St. Fruncois county. He was educated in .the public schools of (lermaiiy, and has employed n busy life as miner unci steam enpineer. Mr. Ar nold! was of a peniul, sociuble na ture, and an uctive worker In lodpe mutters, being u member of the M sonic und Odd Fellows orders. lie was elected a member of the Lepls lature from this county In 11104 on the Republican ticket, und wns re nominated in IIMHi, but was defeated at the penernl election, lie is sur vived by his wife and several child ren, who huve the sympathy of u Inrpe circle of friends in their bo reuvenient. His body wns broupht to F'urininpton on Tuesday nfter uoou for Interment in the Masonic cemetery, und the funeral was at tended by a lnrpe concourse of friends from Flat Kiver to pay tin' last sad tribute of respect to their dlstinpulshed citizen. Doath of Mrs. Ephraim Byington. Mrs. Matlldu Tennessee Byington, wife of Kpliriiim Byington, niel at her home iu Kiirminpton Tuesday ufternoon, April 7, uncd 7'-' years, live months und eight days. She wus stricken with purulysis on Murrch '.th, and her death was daily anticipated from that time. Mrs. Bylnptoii, whose maiden name was Klehiirdson, was born In Marion township, St. Francois county, on October iM, IH.I5, und wus married to Mr. F.pliruim Byington December 17, 1S57. To them with horn ten children, seven of whom are living six sons und one daupb- tcr. Mrs' HvliiL'ton wus a member of the Southern Methodist Church, mid lived u consecrated christian lif much beloved by ull who knew her. She wns a devoted wife and loving mother, and her children were alloc- tionntely uttuehed to her. Besides her seven surviving children, sin leaves her aped husbnnd, the sharer of her joys und sacrifices und triulH for half u century, to mourn the deepest sorrow thut has come Into their lives, und to whom the i.yin pothy of a large circle of friends is Xlemlell. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the Southern Meth odist church, Hev. Wm. Court con ducting the services, lifter which the body wns laid at rest ill the Masonic cemetery. Death of Dr. ViUars. Dr. L. J. Villars of Fredericktown died at his home In that city on the illst tilt., in the Kid year of his age. Ho was one of the oldest citizens of Fredericktown, having gone there with his purents when he wns seven yeurs old. He wus horn at Bonne Terre Iu this county, June 11, 15. He begun the practice of medicine in 18.7.2 at Pilot Knob, but later lo cutnd at Fredericktown where the greater part of his life was spent, and practiced medicine up to within a year before his death. The Fred ericktown Democrat-News, from which the foregoing facts are taken, says that he was fully conversant with all of the early history of that town und township; was the father of seven children, two of whom are living, and had been a member of the Masonic lodge for tho past fifty years. Seed oats, clover and tim othy seed at Klein's. Vocal Instruction t v GSRS. M. C. KALIS. STUDIO AT RISIDMOIs PHOM ,uujuujliu.J New Footwear for Spring FOR MEN. FOR All the season's newest I In our stvles, including the pop the pop- are certainly showinp some ular Ruckle and Saddle R inp Oxfords Pumps; also Oxfords in button and blucher. These in all the new leathers, Tan, Wine, Drown, Gun Metal, Patent, and Vict Kid. Vou will find here everything that is new and pood. The price is lower than you would expect for such quality. handsome styles 111 in spring. All the newest creations m tan, Patent, Drown, Dull fin ish, Vict Kid mid Suede leathers, Made up in the new stvlish patterns: Buckle You will find many of the above styles on display in ourjjwindows and you are invited to step inside and make a closer inspection. No trouble to show jjood.s. J. M. Karsch Shoe Co., HIQH GRADE; FOOT CORNER STONE LAYING Interestinp Ceremony at the Splondid Now House of Worship of the Lutheran Church. In the presen f a vast con course ot people, no- 1 - friends of the Lutheran St. I mil s Church iu Fanulnptoii, the corner stone of the new l5.iMHI house of worship wus luui iiiki noon ut two o'clock. Although the weather looked very threatening- in the morning "Father Sol" shone forth In ull his brightness iu the ufternoon, cheering and lending warmth to the hearts of ull members and friends of the church. A printed program In Gorman and Kiigllsb.bad been prepared for the occasion and the numbers on the program were strictly adhered to. The Furmlngton Band rendered ex cellent music before and ufter the service, and during the service ac companied the hymns iu a sutisfac tory muniicr, although it was the first time the bund had accompanied church hymns. The address iu German was de livered by Kev. A. II. Alinstedt of iimoiie I'lfv. 111., und was received with great jov and satisfaction by Hi, tubers of the congregation. The sermon in Kngllsli was preached by Kev. W. Peterson of Flat Hiver, a young Lutheran min ister who Is beginning to establish 11 putution as a pulpit orator. The corner-stone luylng ceremony . . ,1. .. 1.. 1.-1 .1.. was conducted ny ivcv. r. Surrounded by the building com mittee he proeeded to name the things which would be placed in the copper box. Among iiiiumk ui.-i- were: The Fnrininpton l imes, me Globe-Denociut, the Fiirinilipton News, "Liitheriiner," Lutheran Pio neer. Constitution of the Congrega tion, History of the Church prepared I .... 1, L' l.'i.... lilltllliU OT lv le . r. iihi n..i,i. - ..1 1 .i,..ru Church Hoard and voting ,U,ildlnp('on,miUee,('ontractor.u.di T,. ...,- C.leel.is.n. Lll- mi-iuie, 1, - therun Hymn Book, names of the city, slate and government ofllcials and the program for the day. The entire ceremony wus very In terestinp und impressive und one long to bo remembered. At the close u collection wus taken amounting to 10;t.(n!. Kev. F. King and the build ing committee, which Is composed of John Giesslnp, president; Dun Giesslnp, secretary; Fritz Keiiter, treasurer; Peter Midi, Win. Brock mlller, C. F. Ilathe and Kev. F. King, nre to be iprutulated upon their artistic taste for church build ings. The church will be of the Gothic style of architecture through out and will certulnly be a thing of beauty when finished. The cost will ho $15,000. The Ladles Society of the Luther an Church also deserves much cred it for the Interest It is taking in the building of the new church. The ladies will hny tho altar for the church, the cost of which will he S4IH). and which will be built by the Hawn-Wangerin-Welckhardt Co. of Milwaukee. The officers of the so ciety are: Mrs. F. Klup, president; Mra. A. L. Rohlflnp, vice president; Mrs. Don Glossing, aocretary; and Mrs. Albert Trauoriiicbt, treasurer. The "Society of young Lutheran Peoplo" is also awake, and is"path- WOMEN FOR BOYS ANO LITTLE KEN lloys, we have just what vou are look i up for, styles just like your hip brother wears. Come in and let us show you lluckle Ox fords, Dutton and Illucher Oxfords iu Tan, Patent, Gun women's line we Pumps. Low Cut Ties, Colon ial Hucklr and Cloth Top But ton Oxfords. In fact, every thing thai is iu pond taste. These are all moderately priced, and you must see them toappreciate the value. Metal and Klk skin. They are made for hard wear and the prices are so low you will be surprised. These arc made for us in the rait in a boys' factory, and you will liud them good. WEAR. ering up the f rupineutn Hint re main" for the benefit of the new St. Paul's Church, although no def inite measures have beiin taken us to whnt the young people will pro vide. To Give Concert. Announcement Is made this week of the concert to be given by the Kclipse Orchestra of Furmingtou, on Friday evening, April 'Jlth. Co der the direction of F.lmore K. Mason the Kclipse Orchestra, which was orpunized about the bepiuniiip of the year, bus become 1111 except ionally proficient organization of musienns, and it is certain the con cert to be given will prove highly idenslnir to those who hear it. With out exception every member of the orchestra is u talented und capable musician, and the orchestra will huve the assistance of several of Farminpton's most proficient voca lists. A varied und entertaining prnprmn bus been iimnipi'd, combin ing the classical and popular music in a way which will insure the pleasure of everybody, whatever bis taste in music. Announcement of those who lire to take part in the concert will be made next week. Licensed to Harry. April 1, L. H. Chupel and Miss F.iniuu M. Thornton of Bonne Terre. ;id, F.lmer Hull mid Miss Juliu F.lser of Doe Bun. 4th, C. A. ('launch and Miss Nellie Mae Harris of Flat Kiver. 4th, Allen Buyer of Flat Kiver and Miss Cora Miller of F.lvins. tith, William Brunk and Miss An nie Blugg of Bonne Telle. 7th, K. K. Close and Miss Minnie K. Clay of Flat Kiver. Sth, Walter Harris and Miss B.-r-t hit Forister of Bonne Terre. Garden seed in bulk ut Klein's. Christian Church. Public worship on Lord's day, commencing nt 10 u. in. with Bible 1 Sehool study on "liaising the Ieud." Topic of sermon "Jesus' Commission t John." Illtheeven- ... , IHK Mn,wi nil, ,'' ....... on the Nutionul Benevolent Assoc iation work, illustrated with u num ber of stereopticon slides. Come und see the pictures. Onion sets and nil kinds of garden seeds ut Klein's. Keep Out. All parties are warned to kkki- ot'T of the premises known as the Wilson tract, lying between the Stute Hospital and the water-works. I huve some miliums 111 the pasture that might Injure children. '1 lie field I wunt to cultivate. Trespass ers will be prosecuted. K. T. INOijAiMJ, ijessee. MY EYES! That heavy feeling when you read, that strain when you paze' is iu your eyes. Let me test them free and Tit them with glasses that will give you relief and comfort and Improve your sight. j STEINBERG Jeweler and Optician, FARMINGTON : : : i MISSOURI. FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN Mothers, we are showing the smartest line of Misses' shoes to be had. All the late styles ill Tan. Patent and Vici Kid in Muttons and Tics. We will guarantee to please your girls and save you money. For the smaller folks we have just as hand some styles ami an almost endless variety to choose from. Come iu and let us show you. FARMINQTON, HO. MUNICIPAL BONDS SOLD Bid of Wm. R. Compton Bond and Mortgage Company Accepted by the City Council. At the meeting of the Hoard of Aldermen Inst Monday night the Mil of the Comptoii llniid mid Mortpnge Compuiiy of St. Louis for the Wi,. 000 of municipal bonds of the Clty of Farininptoii, voted for the purpose of putting in a municipal electric light plant, was accepted. I'he bonds, which ure to bear live per cent in terest, are to be printed by the com pany and all details looked ufter ex cept the registering of the bonds with the State Auditor. We ondvr stund thut $10, IUKI of the bonds have been subscribed for by Furmiiiptoii parties and will be placed here, the companv retaining the balance. Plans 'and specifications, gotten up by Engineer Tom Carter, for the construction of the liphtlng plant, have been filed with the construc tion committee, composed of ('has. Giesslnp, Jr., Henry Herman, Al bert Triiuernicht and W. K. Taylor, and will be passed upon by the Board of Aldermen ut a special meeting of the board to be held to morrow (Saturday) night. The construction committee have sent out curds to various contrac tors of electric lighting plants ask ing for bids on the construction of tiie Fiirminpton plant in accordance with the plans and specifications furnished the committee by Mr. Curter, up to April 15th. The non tract will require that the plant be constructed and finished within W days, so that ifucontruct is secured and approved by May 1st. It is esti mated that the plant can be put into operation some time in Septeiutpir. Wanted A cook. Apply to Mrs. Frank L. Keith, Flat Kiver. Tele phone ."lU'.l. Groceries at Klein's. THE LOCAL MARKET. Wheat 07 outs Kl Corn 7n;.i Flour rMQ fciTo, tr tt 90 Mnal v ( SlitpiiulT (urkel) 1 jj ran " ,' no Mixed Keeil ( 4., liar 'ton 11 uuiuu oo Irish I'otatoes 7,) llensr in t'rylnii Chickens . hKir?iiii u Hatter tr ft jj leans tniiliel t Harnn tl Lardy ft n Talluw r ft 01 Sorghum Molasses w Salt tr bill 1 5,1 Honey js llreswax 9 ft j, 1 COURTS. !iR:m.' lourt A. Kllllan, Juitmt Serond Uondays In tiny, Auxust und Ho vemoer. Coi'NTT ('oust Hirst Mondays In FeDrua ry. Hay Aunust and Novemlwr. 1-sosATK niCRT second Mondays in Jn uarr, April July, October and .November. KEEP 'EM GOING Don't let your clock or watc ay out of fix. Let Steinberg fix 'em. STEINBERG, Tfca Jswslsr, FAKMIXUTON, MO.