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Tickling in "Jusi a little tickling in the throat!" Isth;,t what troubles vou? Bui il harms i 11! Can't gel k of it! Home rero-l cdicR don't take hold. On in . n. Pectoral contains healing, :.. . oi .';. highest orJei .so ai I. j uon po, hivi , prcven in COLUMN 1 ; n, Press Supt- i v . t If h alt I i i ' ' - II I, ad I il i . Tl I 1 ; A i . I I I) Send My Roy Whore Your; Oirl Can't (in. can't v' i m There U n i mm us, d.r tn buv li To lu ll "i tin- km 'loui thev eai ! inual lioii't wml nty boy wlii-tt' iuir Pi b And III- In nt ia to-night, 1" "iir gill Tbel which nenda i girl t" the pits lull Will si-trl the -mil o( my bov tin re Tbe Battle tii.it Forecaeted Matewide Prohibition. the Joplin-J aper ati ii I'oiinl v iti one x .-el. ' - 1 1 tl .' i te, January :'7ih to Pebrnnry lid. It concerned all Ml il waa believed I ..I next No riilllllil i'"l eh I' turn. Hlltll sid III'! Illg defeat lor o V elei-l toll I 1111' ..I tie- atatewidi Niitlt -id-- aduii went Wet, but 1 1 it J. Hie riu ty Ihe vol , III- .s . 1.11 1 li, , both aidea admitted that Jopllt .a u wide-,. peii town ai d a pal t ieiilat ly ir.i .in-' i.. curry dry; Hint it nas, ' lit. a- I mnk Ivl when H i w lliniu S In uud tii : hi II M weel. loii er, a atnpnfi n agitation ; i gau with JopUn'a call fn linn ami continued until their own election a week . i i ; wet majority l '-'" ' do n liiallv wi I mi, nl KM. a w I lie "d could inc. I e OVCI Iii T i timet ance 1 '-till v, .ui,eil wal, win. Thej wen veti orgaulacd dry. Hut the "Weta" worked a banl. There was no limit to their money. They bought space ill Oil papers ami spread column upon column of the rankest. boldest, bald est bare-tared assertions and ilislor tiona before the people. The road cotiimiasloncra stopped work upon he Throat need something stronger a! .!.; in.' IV I ( heVTV I quieting, and soothing proper- j Ask our doctor about this. I - .ik I,.-, 1 'ill I . W! sl'ilL.n li" : tinuer An active . yourdoctoraay? lt. Whatdi measure ; i ili' in i' '' that ii wan .i laya afti rnhhed tl ' :; il (art hut opie, will it. Won a i "drya," niniii. non up W'Jirk fill slat. Mil, : l.'ii: obibltlon LaMa ' DR. C. R. FLEWIING, I I IVSU IAN, i tPmlngton, : Missouri DR. B. R. DOuVNIIMG. HYSiCIAN AND SURGEON I tKMINKTIIN :. ODIce in tbe i in:: Hollar Hulltfloa i ntii'r Phone in Kettila V le is,. OWlN A. SMITH, M. D., BYE n fcCAK. AT I'AnMINfJTON I'awHlav, Tbaedej anrt -m unti.j , Ufllee lir. llolitnwMi Hnlhllna' AT I'L AT RIVR. M ley, Wiiilureilaj' ami Krldajr. C. A TETLEY 1 DENTIST- I .KWIM.ION. MIS80UN EDvVARD A. ROSIER, ATTOI-INL'Y AT LAW ParmikotoRi Utaeouti '.VH t praei nil. cr-nt- li. nit Hi, 1,'ourll ol M i itealtv Rulldlna R' M, TALBERT. TTORNEY-AT-LAW, h A UMIHi.l ON. M : nil ml um- of I he stul, II. mill I... " 1 " MAR BUR V 6. HFNJU. ATTORN EYG-AT- LAW. I'd ,-nil n r;t i is. 0. LEDSCTTCR Ai TOPNEY- M -LA. - i DS. J. W. 3R A H A rSIDE.T DEN riST, SFaaraaa aasoaa, 1 kind! or dental nperatl - ataat md moat aprruverl appi aaetnoda. an -inr: . in 1 1 ,- faction . aae 1 ifae - .id nee UBIl I 19 I JACG3 HELBER, DEALER IN HARDWARE ano FURNITURE FARMINGTON. MO 1 ii tin 1. is nun DR. EE. I. MORTON, ! PARMINOTON, DUW. I B 1 i ! PLEADS I Oil UNEMPLOYED. LiilHr OOBNBiMOMr lajrt Hull Wotlli Do Well To Provide Job. 1 1 all Mi' i. willing in work wi r given employment In which Ohm v. Wlllil 'li and Wolnei PIIUllMi tflllU i "i han anil long for a lit in-', "Ju thla vaat cnttutt irogreaa. Wanta Brauc St .i t II 111!. Joplin, in addition i" the branche. Louis Kain y and publii'-apll Ited metl an I r everj town in the sl.it Hrnte with Ihe atate hit real "-I nl tii" li'. .'addition. aved I ri,t 1 1 tin lal if uialnlalnlii -atari, -s ol atatlatlelana, Wblcll mUi now in aenl out Tor the oompllatlo I atatiatleal data In the vicinity . I'iodi proposed new station. There wore ll,3flH applicanta fn )ol) last year, of which :,i 1 1 war plari'd ill guild posiiioos fii i ol ciri Applicanta i"i help were far mot numeroua than applicanta for pus lions. Inn the joh and llm right ma did llieel in all caeca, ami mail hi. 1. 10 i, i.. ii f..i- Inks .....I . .. I ... I ' ' 1 " i ' Inailo ll lllisall-lied. Ill all Jtjs i.e. piled lor help, ,,' for men and , i. - t r w tin n. The largest nttm- I her o applicant lor help were lion. 'it,, liarvniii ii. .Ms ii. jui. im uarveai lie, Us. being I asked for. This was about the only claaa In which averv aunlicant lor a . .. ., ,i , in , . ., Ite tl,- lb-ids. Applicanta for p .si- i lions as laborers were more nun I mis, numbering .1,1 hi, nl which '-' ' were aatlafled. There were .l.'.'.it : plicatlona lor labor help, ol I J.iss were aatllled, I r win. .I did r nrnfcHHlooal amploj in. -nt and who wanted to PI,,. on i. i. fhiobtlier-w re no nppll' operatui woimn printera, woinen gardener and women dairv lieln. r. Statistic ol A, mlu utioiis Pollowlna are -inn. of the .sl lions obtained: Habere, lo; mitha, Hi boys, 123) carpenl k. II. a e i-iii.i 111 7 li I . i , ml, female ;;.is; houaework, male 'Jti; lb; painter mul paper hauget prl ate plaeai, men S3, wen quarrymou, lti salea people m I; si: waiiher-women, .il'. fartie, rafru dved with I'rt AM FaDSLRM Dves uill ' lade, ntid the rulers ate bright ami pretty. FOR SALE. Flag MOM Walk at Court Houho. Tin- undersigned ',,, inly Ili . uay nglnei r will aell at nrivni, uaia the fhu stones in walk mi the Kaet, North and Weal sides of ihe 1 ,,irt lions., yard, exceptiag ami 1 serv ing all curb at h. Price, fixed by Ihe County Court, 2S oenta per lin eal foot oi walk in qnnntltie ! suit the purchaser. Stone lo be removed hy purchaser within ten day FroM dute ol sale, TlKlH. If. Hill. Ms. County Highway Engineer. V 1 1 1 mils I ,. ,. . ;0!JR LOVELY ROSE BUSHES . I Thh yarmlngton Time and It. Lame- JottVnal ol Agn' tllturi tar Only 11.00, THE- JoilRNAL3RICULTURE i bite ruses perfactlv double ami del ioualy fragrant. The bad are upei ng and pointed, erratically formed leavj thick petal, ami mi on uuutled in grime and beauty bj tl nil lil wn II iwci . laahsHa Sprunt I nl a bright eraary yellow, ; iiiini: charactei iatica, Hales Oould aould in- I'omplete without it roues in produced all through tin- sum liner, ImpreMiag eeeryoue with their su 1 pcriorily and great beauty The buda arc .in uauaaal -i't and aatUialtely haded, tbe petal i nl which aa autootb i iinl vrivf'.v of excelleat aubetaucci (jainslMirouh li vou have never sren Oaiatborough iirowinu at its beat In ooeu grouad, you the beauty "I Ita .ink Dower. Tbe I ll'l ni"''. 'I' 'I' O i,. -t unil ino-i reliable ol all everbloom ... ,.,. growth with extreme hardiness. .,! '"8 liuaatilie ol beautiful thick m "v "uiaae. even ..,.. ,, t" fre1 pfulualon ot Dioonia uigu upoaioe I WV1., The buds mi-i-Mpnsilelv luriued I opening to large lull flower of excel lut aubatauce ol .. uiyatir, delicate pink A thing of tieanl, . and no one 1" '" conw1,w Itwillnothe difficult task fur vou ni ana atui nxea, tne price of an i ' ;o aecure "in- lulaarriptiou to Tin- Jour- i gal to the housewives of the Nation, ' nal ol Agriculture ami The Parminipon 'it kicked ov.-r tarlfl laws, bribed ' Time,, if youf father, brother, bua public offlcera, evaded the paym band oi friend is nlready a aubacriber, .,..,', .imnl. mill I,.m in r.-m-w his tub ;"fluxes. to pl.-d railroad r. hales, i through ln-r, induce i- Dtillect . a - i ... i.. ,,,,, o ,.. ,t,w i.ir.e,. The aulmcriptiona will be entered a year ho each iMiiier, and Tbe Journal ol Agri - riculture, St. Iouia, Mo., wlU aendyou Tl I teed ta lie in rom lull I "lev ri-.u li ou Vou can aecure these lour beautiful tbul trust aided in electing Rupub roses without having your home Sun- .,, rs of (tunirraaa and nvan ah 'friend "teilblnt vou Republican Prealdenta by contribu e t-'tirual of Agri itiona from its purse the,-.- could poa I'arutlnatou Times. Hildy be no eacuve either aa a politi! I'liltur, The ' ill 1 .... ..I.I.. ... ...... i Send all nt I'm uffict call in peraou luington Time s.Hun:.'in:s. paaaBTTaaiaa Itev, 0 B, moaoa.Mu wr I'reaclilaa Sunday morning and even ! tag, auaday school at i. in., VI 11 M ayi'i maetlnii II nil is . 1 Cocai, l a-lei I'ii aell ina avery aunuaj ! " , ,. lUtwlH, Sl'lllllll I.I ItttB 111 .1. II IV.1UN -,i,,n, 1 ilul.l Brayermaetlag every Wednewtay evening, m in. .111-1 RnacoPAi. Uaveread 1 m Xbotapi Haator -I'n eonineevari aaadai amrnuirf 1 uvanuigi aundai -1 ibool at 1 ma. nr. 1. 11. lienman, superintend t. eraxeri line even Wedne (tar line I BAPTiaT- iteveraBd a, l. Uarra, raal ri.oi 11. rtiii ,iii-ti Wednesday aveauii c, r. meet aunday et -1 11. I'. I . at t M p, UUBIBTI in 1 m lu 11 sun sun. la) ill In 11, a. 111. - ,1 . s teadent. 1.1 luanAB" aaVi faanaa 'i.it, an pern I, M I I., iM-tl belourtUi eataeblBBi after abucab. qatuomi bav, Joaapa ooatma. Pastoi Maes every stiadar uts and luo'cl.s'k 11 111 mi laeoBd Banday the o ciocx maun is read m Hue loin, ami at 1" oclok at Viirin lUKton sermon at to o'clock ia ever, j KunUa.v. Mass .ivery day atso'clock. On llnly days mass l naud'J o'clock. Private laftfaetion fur apttaai aatt rirt onaa amnion ttvan at any uaw, PHLITH AL POSSIBILITIES. Whether Probablo or Not It sounds Like H iidlov ' Kind ol Politic. Iclieraon it. , Mn., March polltlcul atory reached hern i I. A nrner, i - hi tin' in diatriot, ii m Btatca tlourt l li this wuv : Judge iilmul Jtmi I. . icuutor Warner will it inc. ii would be thought I II Vim I r.i shoot him judgeship when will gladly acoept Mill I Pill .inn iiinoiien hi appoint htm to liii 'it the unexpired term nl Menatnr Warner and thua give him li to aeok the aenaturlal nomination and tquare thtnga up with tli" Poatmaa- tera and Federal ofJieoholdera who I now coiiatitutu the bulk ol Mauator I Warner' trength, ii not ail nl Ilia ! following. li i- -aid the only obetacle In tin : way jual now is Prealdenl Tuft, who, while he prnfoaaea great admiration for Senator Warner, iii not oom mil hiuiaelf as to Pblllpa' aucceaaor. Aaked concerning 1 1 1 i matter to I night, Hadley aald he did mil waul 1 I to spud a good ehai for aoiue ' I newspaper men to speculate politi finally, and henee, would only May II I he ahoiild realgn the governorship under the eircumataneoii atated and , he would probubl) aeek nleetioil to ' i that oihVe later on. I'M I. ISU'tiAll TRUST DUTY Of OOfOBSM How quickly !ongroa has been tide to forge) i in' so.'. it- Trnal Invea- ligation su loudly l ulled tut- at the December timming! Itn, r acandela ' with aouietblng more oi life and Im . mediate action are bobbing on tbe in i sorfare Tin high eoal oi living In ii I veatlgatiun ha- trotted aero-- the m I -tage, and now the Proalcbjut'a ap , iearance as the attorney tor the de( jfens", aids in taking tin- Sugar i rust out oi toe oanger z nie. lint how ruueh ol a burden do the leaders of Cmgress feel tiny can carry before the i pie next fall? It did seem to many us though the success of Ihe investigator who dis covered the crooked acalea opened I an avenue for the majority in Con- I Kreaa tu gel to the bear) of oi I the most deanerate niratea of trade in the whole category "f trusts. 11 ""'"'" '"'"" ' w hthlougl, a long aerloa of yeara, evaded every .M.u.s, rtMiuiremeui m ouaineaa. lii, a v i v j,,.(f robbed . . ' j llovemmont, yet posed as a I great luthiness eatablihinent, up- i building Ihe country, Il violated ' KberntiMi A,,.i.'i'rs. law and I and destroy ed rompetitora by the moat corrupt methodi known to man. No doubt it has been a heavy tributor te the campaign funda 1 of the RepubUcan party, but aurely tin liepuhllcan party has repaid .- public treasury every lu i i HI I II I ell o;nil II 'i llie sll'ar triial and no tnatlir how greatly ll t red ii by 1 1 Itlon, public duty, ress to probe ie from scalp vVe had anticipated tbul an effort to (lemon at rate the fltneaa ol t in Re. publican pari'.- t" deal with audi a y, a;ut te re il is yet, 1 ": licail Minion! v in ( 'o.'t-1 waa in hi - i--i ti ll a sens o! dn- ' loin,' l.em'ie . Hire uie 1.1- ptihlicntl party in power would not -tit it to action Ii would seem dial 1 1 in- neca laity which exiata tor the lilv ,inrtv t,, relievo Itaolf f ,, ... the odium f followahlp With eao, of lib junior a. I greaa In the fare nl the evidence a. aad aeaior before It will longer refrain from taking auch action as will fitly pun Bfihoolevan lab that institution, not its clerk a, tot tin- rascality mul lawleaaneea practiced againai tbe United stab s f America. Surely all the put tint -,.f ,-....,. Uama ,'bl Id is nnl anent, though the Intearrlty ol aome may have fled I The National Monthly. Those imported PoplinB, in all shades, at Cole & Nixon Mercantile Co.'s, will interest you. They are only 48 cents per yard. W. N. FLEMING, Notary Public Real Estate Lo IWM Insurance 1 Your Business is Respectfully Su'icite" &FFICL IM REALTY BUILDING. ; Karniinjrton, Wo., Phcnft 71. i Vierril. Pipkin, Lawyer, Abstracter, 'ea! Estate, Loan and insurance Agent. FAKMilNGTON. MO. Ollioi: mil st. Praaooii I'ntinty Hank PHoKK No. THR HE TRIPS IN ONE A ( ' blnatlotl Winter Tour, Including Ok! kico, San Antonio ant! Hot Springs .1 tin- cit Is no mote than that ol a single nip. prov iij.-d your ticket Ironi si. Lnilia i eada in I WON MOUNTAIN WO ITK ?nr ::: :: VII; Mi , Is a In ii. t of sui .i i.i.. n, -i.niii ( atiieoral, ancient unit- huiI tropieal anrilenare more charinlna and iiictur Hiuetlian 'iieniii Unriii . ami n i- iaa i lian three da) - trom l . runts LuxuriouH Travel Comfort on the Wny. pleadld HotulB When You Arrive. All trains roniiecl at St. Louis Union Station with our through hlgtwdaaa I'ollmau aervlce to Mexico Ulty. lor il. -i i n , l vi- booklet iiiul lull linor ntatlon, write ,o or call upon B. H. PAYNE. ISSISSIPPI River SdnneTerre Railway THE fhort line: BTT'Vf T.N St. Lou is AND EADplELDB So:JTMFA0lAlS3nLjr,. ELECTRIC CAR TIME TABLE Leave Fariuingtou lot '.-hit Blver. . t'L'.lL-rnl J 9:07 ,, 11:10 " U!3J p.m. 2:01 " j.aj " .i:o " 7'U " rral; :.i-l i Flat Klvor lot Parntlngton, 1 l -. -1 RDAl - 11:51 1:10 p. in. 1 : 11 ,t 10 4;2, " 4!a " 6:16 " (1:16 " 8-j8 " S:5K " BatWMii DaLaaaai and Fartttioa'toB. I.KAVK PAXMINaTOR. t 11:41a. m. ami f. ti p in jeonnacting with lion Monntain train Bontbbonnd, ami 1 ;s p. in. ami 4:15 a. m.. connect ing with Iron Kouablin train North bound. Rata rn log, leave DeLaxaaa nti.soa. m.. g'4oa.m., i:j4. i:s4 and 6:45 p. in. Faderal Mill. Cars leaving Parmiajrton at ya a. m. and 4;.',7 p m run to Federal Hill only, ami a car leave Pederal for Parmington week days except Saturday at 5:10 p. m. On Snttir lavs r.ir leaves Federal at 11.05 d. 111.