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Volume 37 FAKMINGTOX, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO.. MARCH :,. lfHO. Pjb'ished Every Thursday by The ForminOton Times Printing Company. Number o NEW" ring Footwear Sp t)u Tlittrsd VV'nnan 'I" the M. E. nil-day ii pastor, Mini S MELTING. February 24th, M i-sU'll Society ph. South, held i the home ol the ally, our 1 1. -;( in- i i Candidates' Announcements j VV, Mi 1 1 I II Ml! Bill inrlSC! llittl UN II Candidate STOP AND THINK Many of our early shipments "I Spring Footwear are now in and others are arriving almost daily. '1 he styles for spring are unusualh prett; and dainty, and we w ill have a lari anet tor you to Watch for later announcement. u" ise I rom. We Give Piano Tickets With All Pttrehafc.es. KARSCHS, FARMINQTON. FLAT RIVER. in tin- ji 1 1 t- ii we hi'id our regu lar monthly mooting and I ': 1 1 of ficer! f"i Hi.- ensuing year, a- fol lows: President, Mi-. George A . 'I't-t h-y ; first vi pre!ldont, Mrs. H, F. Isoumau local work; second vice-president, Mrs. W. s Miller tithing; third vice-president, Mrs. v. Aguew iiiiaalou work in the Sunday aehool; corresponding see rotary, Mm. ii. P. I rowej recording secretary. MIni Park In i treasurer, Mra. .1. T. Evans; agent for "Our II i," Mrs. Kill.- Mnntague; dele- r 1 1 1 tu annual meeting to bo hold at Charleston, Mra. II I'. Crowe, J B. Smith's Agency Phoni Nci 10. TO TWIHI. I OH HKUWNS AOAIN in Barney Pelty has aliened n ei Kh COUNTY COURT At nu adjounrcd term of thcCoun lourt l i t Monday, nil il nice Usual year: Petl if .1. W. Weetover, .1. N . Shannon nnd others tor an election in organise a special road district, waa i ii il in Monday, March T. H. Hotmail ni.d hi- bond In the sum cf j,iiihi ns County Highway Engineer, with P, s. Cole, .1. B. Highli v ami Richard Adam- a- auretloa. T. I Turley , who waa appointed ellnod tin- annolntineut. Hie ourl appointed II. I., l it' in In- TOWN AND VICINAGE Wr.ntud iin- Farmingtnn Mer- trad with Pn-Hldenl Hodge! of tin- stead Sweet potatooa ai Kli in'-. Country Horghum at Klein's. Film atatlonery ai Laakmsn's. Dnr.' headquarters al Laakronn'a, Horry- oantile i hay. Prof, ' I hi- WiN'l man i . 1 wido-nwii Talk tn mo about pictut dill. Behool tahl'-t- ai Luakmnn's I'm Store. Uold medal Ploti Klein 'a. Miss M via Clardy w visitor lust week. Mrs. Harry Shaw Wai a SI. I. mil visitor laat week. it irocM farther a St. Loll In hum::) hi look I .ii QAttt Ol ( Mra. . accompi A. Kill Baturda, haa a pn they wl many fi HUOCOS -. Mr. .1 in inns "i good timothy Hrowns a- pitcher for tin- ensuing -'-a nu. Ho left Tueaday if thin M not hin t am eea wook to Join thu Brown al Rl - n candidate for Aider- marok for the trip to Houat Tea Third ward. II'' I a a-. Hi- friends bore wlah him a , progressive citizen, "i moat Miioooaaful season. The si. IH-akliiB "i Harney Tin word t rl. was dirooted t' in orhriual re t a ,-ur. i n t Ol tin- maaj dangers connected with drn itcd horse and a defective harnet the n veniences caused hy .i breaking strap when pleasure riding. We are making better harness than we have ever made before. Our store i- fuller of bet ter values than you have ever seen, and it will be to your disadvantage in buying il you i not aquaint ynursell with them. Now that Sprintr has opened iluiiht need w rlnriotie weather vmi will ght aw.n ne in tu where the better values are. Single Buggy harness from $7 to $20. Dittrich's Saddlery Store, Farinhitfton, .... Missouri, Clover, timothy, red t i;nisn need at K lein 'a. Mr. M. II . Topping oi flat Bivei waa in town this week. Froah makerel, '.i fnr Sue, at tln'i, Parmlnicton Mercantile ('". lalde cburacter, and would Looli Btar, fully ait t the best Inler- say: city. "The Farmlimton hoy In 01 ft lie H. Maaon and children, clevereal HeldliiR pitchora in the lodby her father, Mr. W, hiialnea and i old in experience, dy, went to si. liouia lust though comparltlvely youiiti in toil t her huaband, who -ai-. O'O r expreeaed plea tion at Kldova, Mo., where ure at the Hue apiearani I Harney make their home. Their ' hoplin he will deliver the nds here wish then Ii ,oM "' -""'ls "lU v' "r I A beautiful line "t new SJprltiK i"- Dunbar returned homeiUreaa 0 i jut r Ived .it the lust week from a ilx-weeka visit to Karmlngton Mereautlie (Jo I his old home In Tenneeaoe. He tnd bill'' broiiKlil U id, sonir !lim specimens of Orinoco lobaeeo frrown there, the leavet "f which are as briffhl ami II mil' liournod t" March 7. Warrant! taaued. James . Thompaon, mpporl 01 i ii ii maiers s .,,un , , . t- , ( 1 1 v at Cora I bompaon, i "li"l of John malte , r p ilerloa l.i ,u yar, and " ParmiiiKton Times, priuliUK, Ac WA'i wood! paal H. H. Whlteiter, w d for Int. 1.5(1 ood barn HiinK "i FarmiiiKtoii car coal IIIH.trj outbulidln .1 . D. Mitcliell attendance .,.nn ,)1X(.k .,.n A. w Kouaer, attendance ''"hi ,,,,, a tenau T. K Harnett attendance 0.6(1 reasonable Wm. London, attendance U.OO aln for nu iutereata. Southeast Missouri Farm Owner offera 140 acroa in li.-i- Land Fnr Sale. 01 acroa poinl Ippl iity.Sinlb'a from t.'harleaton, land, on Kriacu It. K. itoin Wyntt. 130 norea mi- not !i in w heal . w hi' h It . I- in the acre laai ;CJ( for corn, 'JO acroa a Four room liouae, Hy tonaul - houae ami ilv Dry land, no ditch b It'-ni'il itinty, Mo., Ii'' mllea - ami Interoal . Bar not an agent, d 1. ,1 f M I VCTKM Tl'l L Dll riUI dri'ss, lins .'ill. I hiuii'stoii. Mo. All friction in tlm management of W.V.t.V. the Kiirinlugton Telephone Company IIIOUP tUf D J. B Smith's Agency There will be a lunch i al the has been ettled by Meaara, Thomas inOUflHliliLi Phone Mo. 16. reaiden r Mrs. w. x. Fleming H. Htum, J, w Ruck, J. M. and 8. yellow as gold and as soft and i Thursday on the arrival ol the offl- retley nuymg out tbe iutereata oi Fancy evaporated peaci smooth us sin. ears of the w. c T I. Tins win Meaara. John W. Karsch. C. B. Den- Klein's. Mr... Brid Smith ipenl -vial aud Mn Bert S!wart and Mra be given hy the local ui ami will man, Marvin a. Voting an days in Bt. Louis last Week. '. . .. . !i... r.,n,...,ii i t ., in ii it is it , . I'arh.iii: i lust i aBBBHBaaaHHBwl I.,,,,, , i. i ,,i ,,r ..in, si, ii. , ,,n,i . I eciilM niniilti e. t in- mass n t "i ure riiiiiiikii woo win remain in ...... s;,.., a..,..,, !!,.. ,. ri ti.atllues on 'riuiisdav ami I'ridnv even- control to go ahead Improving and Mr. and Mrs. Johr McCormick there were many dayR there that It I '"t" will lie held In tin- M. K. perfecting the plant. The servit f entertained their whist club Tueswal unnaually cold tor that part of Church, Smith Tin- Institute will the Farmington Telophono has el day evening. Texaa. Mr. wart will return t" beheld Friday ruing and after- waya t n good, bnl wherever ii Miss Emma KeUer came up from Ban Antonio. ' In the Christian Church. Mem- can be lettered this will be doue. Pnnlsr lllnll tn visit har mother for .. I nera and their friend! are urged t" r. aiioun, Embroidery, Lace and All- iii ot Portagevillo, Mo., near It. station, nu. I'ompli to section; acres well deadened four y.-nrs ', ami is- cleaned upveryeaa- lood high land; ory produo a chance t ,. make a big profit clearing up. Owner must isll. 110 t" ami this is bargain it taken at ""act; . Basy terms, Ootid title; ah- nari Address. E, r BLOMF, F.B, Cbarlei Mo, Aana lolinl 1 1 i - I at bin home in Washington count) on iin- IHth nit., aged 80 yoari For Hunt Four-room houae and i on" acre of ground for "' per month. 1 Apply to j. s. Clay. a few days. Pure northern 'il potatoe tl.'ld Overs. They ure beaters and and iraidi'ii si-i'ds of all kinds al fin Farmington Mercantile Co. cheap. Cole & Nixon Merean- The ('. V. II. M. had a social day tile Co. meeting at Mrs. Cover'! Wednes- Rest In mind the maaa meeting of trey, which was a very pleatanl uf- the mid-year meeting of theHlxteeuth fair. District V. ('. T. D,, at the South Mrs. ;. w. Dorsey and Mra, W. "n Methodlal flhureh thl Thura- R, DeJarnet f Columbia, Mo., j day) evening, at 7:.10 o'olock. Alio will arrive today on a visit t" their tn Institute! oonduoted by Mrs. iiIjuui Mis R! Ulnknk Newton, Stale President, at I lit- Buperlntendenl Keany of state Hospital No. I was taken tn Si. Louis Monday on account of an acute attack of appendicitis. Miss I- iii 1 1 lit Corninan and her brothers, Messrs. Ira and Miller Com man, have returned to their farm on Route No. ', where they will remain for some time. Christian Church to-morrow (Fri day) morning ami afternoou, The public is iin iti'd to these leasiona, Preaching lies! Sunday at the Christian Church by the new pastor. Rider Alden It. Wallace The mb ject of his morning discourse will be "Sacrifice What It mcani,'' ami his theme for tiic evening !ervlco "The Place of Obedience in God's Notwithstanding the disagreeable plan." The Ladle! Aid linvc bought lay. the Walker sub' last Saturday new carpet for the church ami are was well attended, ami everything pusy this week putting it down ami -old well. Live -tock, corn aud hay getting everything in order. Every especially brought fancy prices. member nf the church nltould lie mi Mr. John Cundiff, editor of the Be- hand next Sunday to welcome the dalia Capital, ami his wife, stopped now pastor over in Parmlntrton Sunday ami li extendci Monday to ee llil parents. Tiny "atraugeri were on their way to Memphis, Tetin., whore Mrs.( undlff will spcm a few week- with fHetlds, close out what we ft, we will on ha Saturday, March 5, and Tuesday, March 8th. offer all nl our Men 'a ami Boys' Overcoats at half price. COLE & NIXON MEKC. CO, MIBS liim ENTKHTAINS M iss Lillian Taatfe made n charm ing hostess last Monday nighl When sin- entertained tin member! nf the Kllllday Sclmol ('lass of which she i- president. The evening was de lightfully silent with different amnse- different kinde of candle! were sorved. Later delicate refreshments wore partaken of, ami the guest! of the ovenlng neparated delighted w ith the entertainment . Mint ry lorghum and New Or leans syrup at tli" Furmlngtnii Mer cantile Co, LUNCHEON PROMIHFS TO BE A RUOOXHFUL AFFAIB. I dii "dy and the J 8 Smith's Agency Phone Nti. IS. TBACHKRfl A Nil PATRONS KSBTIVO AT 1)01. BOM. in Saturday . March 12, 191(1, in compliance with the set I law, I will hold a teachers' and patrons' Hi'- ting at t In Doe Km ihli TO MY FRIKNDS AND PATRONS: HAVING this day connected myself with the old reliable firm, the Cole & Nixon Mercan tile Com puny, 1 am in a position d serve you in a most satisfactory manner. I ur stock is large, our prices are right, and 1 hope you will give me at leas, a fair share of your patronage. Being a member nf the firm, I will appreciate your business all the more, Hoping 1 shall have the pleasure of seeing and waiting n you in my now position, I am Sincen lv yours, J. H. WAIDE. March I. 1910. education, Tin patrons of il ichoni and nu inbers of the hoard n dlroctol K 0! V' II as the toai'hl is ill earnoHtl) urged to be pr nt, A. II. As I il-, i lounty Bup'l . the M. E. I Ini i '-Ii promise! to he n di lightful affair, and judging from Hie way (he tickets nr ladng sold. Iii limit of 27ii will be reached, While the Adufl Bible I'lssso! o i M. K. Churcli mi managing (ho lir, the luncheon i - for all who to attend. Tin speuker! from ssjpBI ii distance Will Ix' Kliner I'. I.IICCJ Kebool dim .,' Initial i'llill! and Di. M . A . f .It-1 1 Man Tailored Made-to-Measu re Ladies' Suits and Dresses Choice of 2 38 Fabrics We show uii a wealth oi Style and Fabribs, in cluding many silks. We take all your measurements, give you our guarantee to fit or no sale. The gar ments are made by tlie American Ladies' Tailoring Co., to your individual measure, The service is prompt, the price exceedingly low . ami the workman ship perfet tion . Our immense business of last season, without a single misfit, prompts it- tn say we guarantee -atis-faction. Come and look at this wonderful displa of materials and stvles "I earments. Cole & Nixon (Here. Co. Pa r m i ngton A ge nts. OLDEST RESIDE n IH Michael Foloj . r, pastor ! Muple Avenue M. ., .... 'I"- '.nine burch, Ht. I. "in-. Both are ox- ... ,, will also he a number ot -hori . .' '. ' - from momlHM ol tin- local , ' ' . " " I notici: Tt 'V DIES.! Th , , . 1 : IOTOBS mi Wednes- d' Mra. Mary Hhea, In day, tin ninth day of March, for the Thuradny . Febru- Tlie Time- would Ii In secure arranged ul to make it worl who would like "iir lev Time in The palntera and I li" iieal archltec contractor! of tin- country use Mound i llty "Horseshoe ' Brand House Paint" exclusively. City Dm.; Htore. Call up I'.H and have the Ladies' Aid make your spring aprons or do uny plain lewillg you need. Von will he pleased with the work. Th" ilondld musli Is o'clock will al" ol tick' tftcrnoou ' I' obtained at t Sari Robert! I ' w a-, at least, ill III! i r 1 1 ' i yar. A native n , to lion ontiuty, ma ined alum t fifteen ye from wh The dec nllielj I rein riiili and n Kan lllRtoll. file at Each I titled d- Httve you ri ubseripl ion MT lecov- d a family propoall in toe eighth page which tells you how you can get four beau tiful roso ulirubs, The Times and the Journal of Agricnlture for a whole WANTED Son weaning age or a from M. A. 1 oung in the Farmer! Bunk building. li is requested that the tickets, which is the emblom of the Interna tional (and Interdenominational) good pigs, Adult Itlhi" Claai AiHoelatlon.be colder. Cull worn nt tin lunch i. ordi ; OtlCI 1 1 i-cuieiit nnd senu in your "i I lie roses and paper- at It is u rure oiler. at, or phone The Times ottc l' fnl WSS held from St. Joseph's rch, Oranltevllle, Saturday ling, nnd Interment urred at llebrook. After a most unusu- long enreer. may the departed chattel Losss on household goods, KBBitor' , rarniing implement! and live stock. - Baptists, M'tlmdists and 1 ,10 nd up' l''lrst class teenrltlei hytorlans of Campbell are hold-1 houaht and sold, pply t" Marvin CoMMITTKS. 1 in.- a union meet I A. Young, Farmers Bank Building.