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rti a.iiii'i.- -- - recently convicted and fined fO'JTi (or violating the local option law, ha been paroled on thi' promise to leave m .1 . l.. .... .. i :.. - MAKES MEN and Htay out 01 m niaw m mi"- Hoiirl. ixt .. r,ll,.,r, ins nroduceil a very unusual number of leading men. If inquiry be made in . ! r .4 1 r.. ., linn nn1 nnnlir.-ition card. THE LOCAL MARKET. men. Write at once ior iunner mini nuiti..,. Westminster College, A 13, Fulton, Missouri. ir. tl (HI 5L .7 !, ' m .,!. furu f ..mi.-! HOUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. njbHunkBMi - . - i ----- W. I.. HKNSl.KY CIIAS.U. II K hl.l.h. MENSLEY A. REVEULE, Mrs. Corn Hnrrot Conwuy, only (laughter of Hov. Robert U. Hurrct. Will practice In all the court, of the state """ " pusior o, . .. "'""-" .... r ir.r.in I'ri'H bvti-riiin Church, ( a c I irur- s-- I'li.nu Viy i ft f . . u Kuril n. finitu f 'ttii ii i v . ;.. ....... ---- A TTO R N EYS-T- LAW, s .r'. I unit r in ........ on Mercantile store. I'hone lit. U. U. SMITH. II. II.M.Ullll'KV SMITH A. MARBURY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Xjkrixi.lsxKton. Md XKACTICK In all the Court. of Mouthrasl Bmourl , the HI . IOUU Court ot Appeal, and the supreme Courl. omretn t. rrancoU Co. Hank building R M.TALBERT. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FARM I NGTON , MISSOURI. Will Pructlce In all the Court, of the Stat., office In llenlty llullillnii, lloom 1. DR. E. L. HORTON. DENTIST. s , FARMINQTON, MISSOURI. omce up .tulr. In Holler A l.ang Uulkllng. Phone No. mi. DR. E. B. BARROW --DENTIST, e ARLINGTON, MIS80URI. i?..ii N'.i.ll Itnallr Building, i.n Vii. 4'i. ltrsldcnc No. 17 DR. J. W. BRAHAM RESIDENT DENTIST, Farmlnsoi'i JVIo . n..Amttnn. w-ltll til. .T4 most approval PP"" metnods. All work guaranteed to give.at faction. - omce at re.lden DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN, Frmlng;ton, : : : Missouri omce in Hwnity niiiiuing. orricr. those: No. 7 7 KKSIIIKNCK 'PlIONK No. Ut nvAirisi A. SMITH. M. D.. EYE AND EAK. AT rARMINGTON Tuesday, Thur.day and Haiurdsy. OHIee Ir. lliiblmMin". llulldln. AT FLAT RIVR. Monday. Vcdne.dny and Friday. DR. B. R. DOWNING, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KAIIMISUTON, BIO. Offlce Intlia i-ang Holler liulldlng. mca Phone 114. uesldenre Phone PH. C. A TETLEY DENTIST- FARMINGTON, MISSOUK Office in Realty Blilj;., Suite No. 6 Phone 7J, EDWRD A. ROZIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FaBMINGTON, MlSSOL'1'1 W1L. practice In all the Court, of MM. ourl. rimco In Realty llulldinu h. b. ledbetter-Attorney-at-law c.hmingon. Miaaounic Cpeclal attention to I'rolmto ihhI linurance - HuMlne... , . , , , omce In Hank of rarmliuton III. In. Applications Wanted. to ApplicHtiollH Will 111' TU HIIU.V rccclvi'd up ......ii Si'litiMlllllT Mil. Ill I 11. nuu.i ......... . . l'.KlH, for position a hiipiTlntoiuli'iit Of till' I OIIIIIV lllinilllll.l vnar, mibji'i't to ciiMTllution by l-ithiT party irivinn thirty (lays no tice of (li-Kirc to cancel contract. Salary per month .'. Kvcrythintf furniHlicd cxcciil liiniituri, boddiiik' and wcurliiM: apparul for Mipcrm tendont and family. Applicant will Htate number In family and airca of ,.11 imil.ir flflccll. 'llic KUCCCHSIUI vember 4, M.l, In the Apple I reeK Church MaiiHit. Karly In hl mlulKtry, which wan one of (treat UHcfiilneHH, Mr. Itarret In 1K44 wan removed by death, loav Iiik th widow and two children: Thomaa C'arr, who, followliiK the example of IiIh father, became a niiulKter of the (ionpel, and bk much In very highly eKteemed forthcKTeal and pood work which he ban accom pllHhed, and the Hubb'ct of thin me morial. Mm. Harret nurvived her hu l.inid onlv three years, so the child ren were left orphaiiH at the tenuer aees of six anil four, whereupon thev were adopted " aunt, anil at her death by an uncle, who very klndlv took parental care of them and (rave them (rood educational privileges, which they Improved, niul finished courses of study, me brother at Westminster Cnllepe, ami the sister at a Seiiimary of which u.iv lliv V. V. Robertson was I'rinclpul, now known as the Syn odicul Female College. While uttendiiiK tliin liistituti'in, Mrs. Conway united with the Pres byterian Church at Fulton. She had talent as a musician, and dur ing several years afier her (rradu ation occupied the position of teach er of music on the piano at a num ber of prominent schools In Central Missouri. In 1HH she was united in marriage with F.. Virgil Conway, sou of Samuel Conway, ruling elder of the ltonhonime Presbyterian Church In St. Louis county, and was hlniHelf an exemplary member of that church; a man of such piety and zeal as a Christian that many ,.r i.iu fi-ii.tuU iliiinrhl he ouirht to 1 nie n niinister of the (iospi'l, but he chose the law as his profes sion, no d bv his upright character and conduct proved thai there was no Incompatibility between the prac tice of law and a genuine consecrated life. In October, ISTH, became to Farm Ington with his family and made it l,la home. At once he and his wife united with the Presbyterian Church here. Not long arter this, by a uuanitiioiis vote of the members, be was elected ruling cider of this con irroirntloii. and ill Aiiirust, was ordained and installed In that high nllteo, the duties of which during five years until his removal to St. Louis he discharged with remark able fidelity. He served not aft one prompted by a sense of duty, but from love of the work assigned linn. Ho was an Intimate friend of the writer, a beloved brother in Chrlt. We. took sweet counsel together and walked unto the House of (lod ill company. At St. Louis he and his wife became member of the Pine Street Presbyterisn church. Seven years afterward, In April, 1"M, he was removed bv death, leaving a widow and four children. This married life of sixteen years was one of exceeding harmony and happiness. It was an ideal wedded life. Mrs. Conway was in full sym pathy with her husband In all of bin plans and purposes, and as a wife and mother did all she could to pro mote the comfort, usefulness and happiness of her husband and child ren. Four years after the death of her husband sin? with her children returned to this place, and thence forward for twenty years made her home with us. With meek submission she yielded onus throni'li the furnace of afllic tlon. Yet she did not inurmer, for we discerned that she was sustained by One who had the form of the Son of (bid, and comforted by the loving fidelity of her children, who Hill gently used every means for her re covery, last November taking her to a hospital in Chicago, the home of her sons. These were weary months of alternating hopes and fears. Hut all was In vain ; on the tl, of 1 list June she was, to her great delight, brought back to her home in Farmlngton. For a time she seemed to be better, but eight or ten days ago relapsed and thence forward stoadily failed until the enu came on Wednesday, August 1'-', l'.MIH, when she was released from her intense. Buffering and her freed spirit ascended to Heaven, the Home of the Hedeeined, LIBERTYVILLE ITEMS. the State. As a result, the local , . . , 'patronage will far excel anything The weather Is extremely hot ttU:' . dry here. ' " ' ,,,, ,, 0 . .. . ... .,, : T ie oinieiic worn tnisyear win oe I ncle Hillie" Sebastian Is ill at i ..... '.... I in run II n i ikii in ii-i un v.. ,.ii. i . ... this writing. , ,,.,,,.,, ,,. o .i - llti,t i... Miss Clara Moore Is HiMI.trhiK I nMv ln,.tin,.d. Two or three tennis ith tonsilltls. courtHwill be ready at or near the Pr. A. F. Kugas of Doe Hun was I opening. A strong football aggre- a caller at M r. N. A. Kinkead's Sun- I KUtnu will he on hand. Mr. Hran- ly. j uon has written President Thomas The vounir neonle had tt social i to have those who wish to make the gathering Satuaday evening at Mr. team report at the very opening. Leo Smith s. 1 i raciicany an tne suiuems m mm Mrs. . I. C. Crow is visiting beriy'"- win return 10 iry un a ( daughter. Mrs. Steele, in St. Louis w"'"" numi.er ot strong aooi.ioe- When, the inlnti of all nifc. Ill liarinonr ,m,r . Their saviour nnd linMliien transported to irri.t While the anthems of rupture iinceaslnnly roll, And the .mile of Hie lord Is the b ust ot tin soul. ' ' Her earthly pilgrimage embraced r.4 years. months and H daya. She was the mother of seven children ,wl Is survived by her brother, Hev. T C. Hnrret of Pattonv llle, Mo., and four children, Ml tses Kleanor and Virgilia of this place, and Bar ret and K. V. Conway of hlcago 111., anil these dear children nrls no and call her blessed. The funeral services, conducted bv the writer, were held in the Pres bvterian Church Friday morning ,.t II o'clock, after which the inter ment urred nt the Masonic cem etery. (iKH. W. Haki.as OBITUARY. Wheat Oat. Corn I'lnnr IT I Oil S'il'), V Meal II IB I 10 I W l no i a 10 oo 60 ShlpsiutT (Backed). Iiran Mixed reed liny trton Irl.h Potatoe. llen.V ft KrylUK Chicken..... Knit- 9 not Mutter r ft Ilenn. t tunnel... . Itacnn f ft Lard tr ft Tallow r ft Sorxhum Molaiie... Halt '"hi Honey Ile.wnv r ft 10 K'i an I on tl n n CD I M ) Jt) tills Week. Mr. Itush McNcw and Miss Ivn Clark of Perryvllle were the guests of Misses Mildred and Mary Keith last Week. Our old friend. Mr. J. C. Mitchell of Frederick town, wasdrlving around here Inst week selling the farmers fertilizers. Kid. J. N. Holton of Herlin, Illi nois, will preach at the t'liiistiau horeli Similuv momlhir and even ing, Aug. J.lrd. Miss Isabella Crow of F.urelui, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crow here lust week. Miss Mabel Iterrymau of Fred ericktown mid Miss Kditli Hockwell of St. I.ouis spent last week with Misses Mabel and Orace (Iraham. Kid. A. T. Stewart of Iowa has been engagt'il to liojd a revival meet ing at the Christian church here, commencing the third Sunday in September. We are sorry that quite a number of our voting people are going to will be made. Among these is Heber Nations, who is loo well known to need any Introduction as a foot ball player. Several good games will be scheduled soon in addition to the opening game with Washington Cnl- llersity oil t letober II. Prof. Chase, who will tench violin, will certainly be a great addition to the department of music. He comes Ihiirhlv recommended by the famous j Hoffman, or the Vienna Conserva I tory, both as a performer and as u I teacher. I BUSINESS COLLEGE POINTERS. All who can accommodate student boarders this fall should send nec essary Information to President Moothart. Night School at the Moothart Husliiess College begins Tuesday evening, Sept. 1. In addition to reL'iilar Hookkeening. Shorthand and Typewriting, the common branches will be taught. Tuition from lr-U'0 to $4.0U a month. Parent and young people should remember that the Moothart Hum COURTS. i iiicrii COURT-"'. A. Kllllun. Judse seinnd Monduy. In May, Auitu.t and No veil) tier. coi xtt COCBT-Klr.t Monday. In r eiirun ry, May uKU.t and Novemner. i'hoiiaik ot ur-seconii Mommy, m Jn uarv. i rllJulv. October ninl Noveilllier OOUNTY OFFICERS. S'lite M'tial ir It -in eenttitlve IVe. JiiiIk . . Court Couiiy .IuOko HI llt tVHinly JuiIki Jd pl.t.- .ludue "I 1'iotiute clerk I'lieult Court ie( order Clerk Co, ml) court Col lector Trea.urer Sheriff Pro.ecutlni! Attorney AH.e.or county surveyor Coroner J. 1.. lIHtlil.KT W. II. I.KWIK JKI I . II. MITI IIKI.I. .. .1. . W . t o 'SilTON 1 . M. IlKITNA . . .. 1,. (I. NATIOV . I' C. W II.KION V .1 llt.VI.KV ..J A. I. AW UKSI I. 1 . II. III NMAN W. T. IIAII.K J . J CHOKK . C. Tl'l'KKH K. 11. HllllTON T. II. IIOI.MAS ,..l)r. li. II. Pt.KHIN" CHURCHES. leave us next month; some are go-j ,.HH College has redi d Its tuition all under fifteen. The successiiu " " , , applicant must be prepared to takei t the will of (Jod whereby she was ..I........ Il..l..lwir 1st riling1 wl liv order of the County ( otirt. J. A. I.AWHKNCK. County Clerk. Merrill Pipkin, Lawyer, Abstracter. Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent. FARMINGTON. MO. Office over St. Franooio County Bank PHONE No. 67. bereft of her hubuud, and now do prived of his counsel uud aid, on which thus far in her wedded life she had depended, with a brave heart, trusting in the promie of ()od to he the husband of the widow and the father of the fatherless, ahe meekly assumed the burden which His providence Ho had laid on initieiilly bore the trials of her widowhood, and with great wisdom and self-denying love ho managed secular affair a to give each her children a thorough educa- nnd above all. by prayer and erintiMol. HO trained them that it was her privilege to see each of them rs the Saviour bv uniting with ii, - nbnreb of their narents. ana par taking of their apirlt leading utmti Uvea an Christians. During two acore and ten yearn of her life, having nerved the Lord faithfully In an active ministry, a change came and she wan called to in her, her of tlon, Pied, at her home ll' j miles north east of Farmington, on August l'J, lillls, Miss I.lzzie Meyer, of con sumption. Miss Li..ie was born December ill, l7"i, and was, therefore, at the time t; lii r death years, , months am! 11 days old. She was converted at tiie i:je or is years and united witli the M. K. Church, South, al Salem. She lived a consistent Christian life and was not afraid to meet denth. When I would call on her she always met me with a smile and some kind word. The grace or (bid was truly manifest in her pure life. She was a great lover or flow- or a tin rl ilnriiiL' her long illness made many beuutiful paper (lowers for the home. Miss Lizzie hud suffered u great deal for a number of years. For the last year or more she was confined to her bed nearly all the time. Per haps no one exhibited more patienco lo n miction than she. The writer visited her ipiite often, the last few months a her pastor, and prayed with Iter. During none of these vis it did she at any time seem tin least iiiuiatlent or fretful. On om occasion the writer remarked that there would he no Hiifferlug in Heaven. Her face seemed to light lip a she said, "I'll glad when I tret there." Medical skill was ex haiisted in her case but to no avail. All that loving hands could do was done to hllevhtte her sufferings, nnd the least kindness was nlwuy a proc luted. She loved her father, mother, sli tors and brothers with a perieei love. She leaves all aged father, mother, three sisters and two broth rs to mourn their loss. These and her many friends we would bid t I....I- to Him who took away the sting of death and robbed the grav of victory. And re iber Tluire Is no death' What ieeuis mil. trim This llle of mortal breath Is but a suburl nf the lire elyslan. Who.e portals we call death." The funeral wa conducted by tin writer at Salem Church, after which her remain were laid to rest in the Salem cemetery to uwult the resur rection of the Just. A large con cournf of people followed her to her lust resting ploce. Hush' my soul; no wonder Thou dost long to K To .hare those Joy. eternal With him who love, thee o." J. N. SlTTOS. Ing to t. iieh and others are going to attend school. Mr. Andrew linker or lloisington, Kansn-.. and bis sister, M rs. Mary Phillip of Independence visited Mr. O. N. linker and family a tew days last week. Mr. O. N. P.nkei's picnic and colt show was a success in every par ticular. A we haven't a correct list ot the premium awarded we will mention none Mrs. K. W. Funk and daughter, Velina, who have been visiting rela tives here the past month, left Wednesday and will visit a few ibivs nt Stc. (ienevleve before re turning to their hoine at St. Joseph, Mo. Miss May Hrown of Jackson and MissSte. Mary Klnkead, who went on an excursion to Niagra Falls and itber Kastern resorts, returned t ri- Juv and Mi Hrown is the guest of Miss Kllikcud this week. Alfred Moore, who belongs to troop D of the V. S. Army, stationed at Omaha, Nebraska, but recently of San Antonio, Texas, was ordered to Indianapolis, Indiana, aim as they passed through Hlsmarck last week Alfred got a few day off and ran down to see his mother her"'. f Fki.ix. CARLE0N COLLEGE NOTES. to r, n inodth for Til in yi:ah only This i virtually as cheap as literary school tuition. Compare results of one year In our school with two year In a literary school. F.uroll Sept. 1, and prepare for a good office position. Young people should select that school which offers them thorough course In the shortest possible time, at a reasonable rate of tuition. tooa around and see how many young people of St. Francois county have spent but one year In the Moothart College and are now out in good po sitions. At the same time, look at scores of other who have spent from three to four year in literary schools, uud if they have any po sit ion at all, It Is probably br only six to eight month in the year, at a very average salary, while ours work twelve months each yeyr at higher salaries than received by the majority of teachers, look to your own Interests, young people, and en roll with Moothart Sept. 1st. (let ready for life's work quickly. Resolutions of Respect. Adopted by the Masonic lodge of Doe Uun on the death or Austin Downs: WhereuK, it hu pleased the Su preme Architect ot the Cnlverse to call rrom labor to rest our dearly beloved brother, Austin Downs, who died August Kith, I'.HlS, there i fore. Hi-solved, That in the death of llio. Downs his family bus lost ntKIITIKKtAS-l(ev. c. K. UlCKOK. I'an- tor-l'reachlnK Sunday morning and even lnK; Sunday school nt V ) a. ni., v. M IIahi.as. superintendent, prayer meeting Wednesday eimliiK. MI-Tllonl'T KrtSO-AI..MII TII-ltK.V. ' Cornr, fa.tor Preach ln every Sunday morning und evening; -undny school at S no a . in. . MKKHii.t. Pii'his . (.uperinienneni . Prayer meetlnt! every V. ennesnay evenniK mvt.i.o.ist Kei.coi Ai. - Iteverend I.. M Thompson. Pastor-Prcnclilnscvery suiulay oiornlnif and i venlnn, sun. lay ecnooi in I m a. m., c. II- Iieninan. superintend"! Prayer meeting every Wednesdur ei enluit. lurmr-Uevcrend . '" WniK. "astor. Pi euchlnu every Sunday, in hoiiik nnd eve nlnit- sundiiy school nt B n. in., W.A. ......Piti.nilitt . I'r.iver meeting I each Wednesday evenlnn Junior h. V. p. C. meeis Sunday at a p. in- nnu wi n. V. P. I . ut 'i " P. m. .'HiusTiAK CnriHi'll-F.i.n. i:i - 0 KII, Pastor- Preaching every Sunday tuornliiK and evenlnu. Sunday school every Sunday at lu:is. m.-J. s, clay , superintend. i rtn.iii. nee. Frkiihik Ki.i;ii. Paitor -Preaching every Sunday morning .icept the fourth; catechism alter cnurcn. CATiiiil.if-IIKV. JosKrit Coi.i.ins. pastor Mass every Sunday at s and 10 o'clock a. in in second Sunday the e o'clock mass Is rend at Hoe Hun. and at lnoclok nt Farm ington. sermon at 1" o'clock mass every Sunday. Mas. every day at o'clock, tin Holy dnys mass at II nnd '."o'clock, private 'Instruction lor Hnptlsm and first Com- munlon given at any time. Cltrletoll College races the most tillwlltfillllS Oil! niinr ill all Its his- i v. The opening attenmiiice I ... (II V II, ,,' fl 11 V rt usee t. ." . ' in.,. ,,..,iir r.. e ooeniiiL'. rrom all sides ,i,..oii.il son ami brother, the Lodgi comes the report of those who have j ( fut,f, ,UH nscfnl niin r, ami di'llnitelv decided t be present. t, roinniiiiiity an upriirht and hoii- Thework on the college building jored citizen, , i.. i.. 1...1 ..I,.. il run-! It. .solved. That we will ever bear tun, irr, in nor, i ," "iik -- ---i - ELECTRIC CAR TIME TABLE- Leaves Ksrmiagtnn for WF.KK k. S S.t a. in. 7:25 " (to Federal) S;ai " ici.t " ti:4o p. 111. -lnt Hivcr. 8CNPAVS. V5.t a. m. 9.10 " 11:13 " 12:40 p. in. 1:26 " 1:1s " 5: 7:55 " Idly as possible, Among other im provements., we mention the follow- inir: New blackboards, new quail In grateful reinenibrai the zeal and fidelity with which Hro. Downs discharged all his Masonic duties, is for the library, toilet room, and will try to minute ins devotion ..,..i...i..i.. 11... i,iKviivsiiii(lchaiiel. to the grund principles of our rru- -iti, 10001, ,k .... JACOB HELBER. DCALCr! IN HARDWARE and FURNITURE rARKIROTOJT.KO- moving the dining null imui me basement to the llrst floor, etc. The endowment commit too I pressing the campaign for raising ii. nun 1 ulrcd of the citizen f Farinliigtoii ami tin- l.end lieu as part ot the If Hi,ihi. t no pr-iKi- "- sive citi.cn of the town realize tne unusual opportunity of co-operating in placing F'iritiiiigton nmong mc leailing educational centers of the tatc, and ore responding In u gruti- fylng mnnner. SniiiB of the student nave al ready arrived and many other will be in next week. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Hunted have moved to town, and are arrunglng to enter tho first day. A (Treat many young people of thU section are coming to recognise that ,,,... 11.,, ru offers II lood OP- larivfcuii v w " portunltlea for academic and college work as can ne naa ny kouir ternlty. Hesolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family, and recommend them to the care of that (lod whom Hro. Downs served and In whom he trusted, Hesolved, That a copy of these resolution be snrcad upon our records, nnd nu engrossed copy be sent to the family of our ueceaseu Hrotlier. A.W. KlN.Klt, J. S. ('LKVKIANII, OlIK Kl.HI- K, Committee. ... .u 4:29 " ( to Federal ) 5:01 " 7:55 " Leaves Flat Hivcr lor Fannlugtnti. WIK.K PAVs. SCNPAVS. 6:51m. Ill 7:15 a.m. S:2.5 " 10:05 " 9:45 " 1' ." " 1 1 :S " 1:12 p. in. 1:12 p. 111. 2:05 ,. 2:5S "' I' " -V.VS " " S:5S " S5s " Hntwccn Pcl.nHin niul l-'aruiinj;! on . II-AVI. KAIIMIMiTOK. S 57 a. in , Sunday onlv: 11:15 a in., daily; i:;o . ill. .la'ily. p. in-, daily except Saturday ami .Sunday; d:il p. in. Saturday anil Sunday only. Federal Mill. Cars leaving I'ariniiigtoii al 7:25 11. 111. anil 4:29 p. tn. run to Federal 11:11 only. and a car leaves J-cler.il lor l-ariiiiiigion week days except Saturday al 5:u4 p. in. On Saturdays car leaves federal at 12:05 p. ill. I.I.AVK IiKI.ASSi s. 9:15 a. 111., Sundav only; 12:2(1 p.m.. dailv; 2:02 p. in., daily; 5:53 p. in., duily except Saturday and Sunday; 6:24 p. 111. Saturday and Sunday only. Final Settlement. Notice is nereoy given inn me uune signed, administratrix of the estnl. of r , u. n.Aoo.ii ewwiwui will make a final settlement of wild estate at the next term of the Probate Court of St. Krancol. county, Missouri, to be begun ana held at the Court llou.e In Farming ton, lo aid county, on ins sscond Monday Id Oc tober, iw. ELIZABETH MAXHOS. Aug.tt.UM. Admlnl.irnlrlx. LANG & BRO. FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturers of Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber and Building Material Alao Undertakers of Funerals.