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Henry Buyer ol Washington in-
ij was oonvletsd of murder in Hie Hist degree in a trial that elosud In Hi" i ilreuil 'mirt at I'ot. .si on tin 12th, .Hid santaiiced to lii- Imprison, meiit, for the klliliiu o( Thomas 'I ne key al t!de( in I HOT , CITY ELBPT'rm Mis Mernli Pipkin, P'tcs Cupt utiee i- lo r. i Ki V ii Unit an an ill eleptlmi will I" I ;.! in the I ii v : i . I y of April. IH10, ai the pree It el -the Wards in hhIiI elty, for tl " iv( : itiiiiud' mi) uond rortiuic hi ' WATKHHON WARNS Mr. I I'-ii iv Wati'raiiii, the veteran idttur il ili'' Louisville Courier liiurual. lias tlii" i" a$ 'n Hi" ' I j li v. .0 A I Tl.lnl -Ciilihvell.IleKiilli, Daviess, 1 (letttrv 1 1 'i son V liny ttlid I aillHIII, iv'i", iii Hit e..urse ill '::i- Worth, Hire, had mil limit tu stay, ami the , rth Audi w, Ateliisoii mid I election ol a Democratic President Holt h. una, rviitaiiytliliiKaarellk.l Si.tii r. il ir, luU . II' ii r , Jrdm- ,' ,, ,, iverthrow Kcvnntri Hlcknrj . Polk and Ha Biithth II ie, i lattidi a and Mil ler. In (he Hi al place n U yel i" hi seen how far the Itiaiiricenta will l" aloni! with ii h. Ii they are to maki I'relMIII'tH uh i..ii., ; Klrai Ward, al 1 It) Hall, Colnio- hia and Henry Htr t. He il Ward, al Circuit Court rooln. Court II on He, Third ward, al Hchmltl Hros, I4h, Harrison r4l reel Konrtli ani, at Henry MaiihM ' Shop, Henry Htri Ul i n under my hand this 17th VM. It'. TAYLOR, Mayor i lt. M : s. I,, asm u v. ity Clerk V i, .11. .1 'nil ii iii noil I . i 1 1 1 . ,1 1 1 . Thlrteeiitii llolllimer, Rey , a urapegoal ol i'nele Joe, redress " fc-f Madis i Kouiii Dunklin iron , Oai and NN ay no. their tinea and elaitn for a Repuhl Dolluiiia, I ran merit a I" w. II. I. AM. ; Vtos-Prst - U m I 1 Willi 1 I i ami 'I ane . PHteeutli Barton, Lawrei , Me Donald and Newton. Sixteenth Irawlord, Da 1 1 a Dent, Laelede, Pulaski, Texas, Webster, WrlRht and Shannon. With Texan pounty Jual added to the above Hal with a splendid ma jority of WO, Remember thai St. Francois coun ty Ik in all Juatloe "dry" county, and keep your "riffttt eye" on thoae who rat aside our electlni a teeh- nioality, for some f them may lie around shaking hands with the 'deal people" attain soon. Henceforth drunkenness in the District of Columbia will i treated as, u misdemeanor, if a bill Intro duced In the Semite l mes a law. The bill provides for Rites of !no or incarceration for two years In homes for Inebriates, Prohibition prohibits In Missis sippi, in addition to the closing of the saloons, gambling is disappear ing, pool halls are shut up and the Sunday law is being enforced in many counties, In the whole country there was a decrease in the conaumptloit of beer amountinii to J.-m.K". barrels in the last twelve months. .t the same time th. ro was an Increase In popu lation ol something like a million, Thirty Bounties in Michigan are "dry," and every branch nfbllslliess shows the good effects ol the mi loon's suppression. Manufacturers say their men give better service, and iiioruliants reiiuii an Increase n bueiiMM. in thoae counties in Ohio whicl have abolished the saloon there hai been a rauiarkahli Increase in uv' tags bank deposits, Over fifty huuki united in reporting an Increasi which is definitely traceable to tin spread of temperance. i of an I sr.' I Afrl lost lllv Hit lit. If the loan from popularity ami reooi er tl in by t lie casehardened 'an nun and the ironclad Aldrich, to saj nothing about tic lilunderliig 'la ft . the country ili again be fooled to Hi.- to "t its i. mi and Democracy tin- vlotl n ot what the gamblers call the double-cross, That Theodore Roosevelt w as able to stcul so much . of the Democratic apparel hh suited his fum y and seemed likely to at tract the voters, Hiid to foist such a man as hlseucceaeor upon us, isj alike discreditable to him and the people, i im in- do it again? The plot thiekens, At least al Democratic House seems now as- sored. Alter tliat We shall see what ; we shall see hut f i ixii now onward, with Democratic newspapers and! Democratic party leaders, the word should be, closer ranks and down with doctrinalrs and theorlaers. CAPITAL STOCK : Surplus and profit aSO 000 DO 130,000.00 Tube K wors in l, ill.' lint Is hrotln the Utl lettlcmol r I Im Dr and Mr ertcktown w surprise on 1 1 4111 The s. former it .'itiim - Wm. if. gre wim-ii I Itli in In nry of tin II en of W. ! al ol i lurda .t !' . pi. nor i .f .1 Oeneral Prederlek D. Urant, whose participation lit the prohobt lion parad.' in Chicago caUaod a protest to the War Department that Secretary Dickenson pronounced unworthy of consideration, declared in an Interview in ('hicagi, Oetober 2d, that he was mil only a teetotaler and a prohthltloiilat, bill Unit it is his desire that the Whole world i niii Id adopt tin theories and prac i Ice of prohlhltl in "lieeallse i i.o.iw that Strong drink has hec i the rntlse of untold misery In nnliv duals, to families and t immunities, I helleve thai prohibition would he of inestimable In n. lit to this country ami to the world," said Uoiieral urant. "I am ennvinead thai Its honest en for in. ot would solve many of the SO elsl problems of the land. '1 have faMired the cause of pro hibition all my lite. Not that I have always been a total abstainer, for I have not I ii, although I am one now, hut I have believed consis tently i hnt the liquor traffic was a source of evil. As m) belief was strengthened by my own observa tions I decided that ti suse de manded more than passive acknowl edgement of tin truth. So I am an out-and-out prohibitionist. "Where prohibition hns been hon estly enforced the cause of law ami order lias advanced, In those dis tricts of the South Where the laws havo been oarrlod out in regard to the regulation of the liquor traffic I observed Improvemcnl in general conditions." Nothing in General Frederick D. Orant's life does him mora credit than this declaration, in which In proves httliadf to he the hrave sioi -.i of a brave father. It frequently re-1 P1 quires more heroism to face a popu lar Wl till than i! docs to face a can non's mouth, hut General Uruut has ; ooti ruga enough to confront both. Tl e Null ii al Advocate. ; years in the penile i charge id uiauslaughte degree for the klllluu I Leitwlch In IIKW, has b I by the Supreme t 'our I . i What do von think acre? This Is ail nhsoh Last yeat a Mr. I'm.. I the Albert Carter place, Dexter, set a measured eeri potatoes. Alter gathering on a, d n iliriued Doss a geaersl nnnitinn kioi k, saaaas I. u h i mm . latsrestpsl stlmr .iuiiu tmiiri-.l SgSlBSI liiiriehirr lo the Filled r , saA CSSSSltV l"i. . of N N coLUMsnom a iraoiAirr. - - - Diaacxoas - - - IVier ('.itssiii, J. R, Klctti, W, f. iios, m. p. Cayeti W. K. Laag, A. J. wart, W. M. Ilnrhui. W. N. FLEMING, Notary Public Real Estate Loans lusuraucc Yout 8us nes3 's RsspiCtfully Soltcite" Offr.i IN HE AL T Y BUILDING. Parmtngton, Mo.. Phone 71. .Vlerriil PipKin, Lawyer, Absltrncter. irfeal Estate. Loan and Unsurance Agents FARMINQTON. BIO Paints and Finishes for Your Home home to be painted, enameled, ii -1 : . L-LI r 1 1 mm' ia a siianny sunacc in your stained, varnished or finished in any way, we have just what you need for producing the exact finish desired in the line of ACME QUALITY PAINTS AND FINISHES Lei Ol shew you colon for painting your house or barn, samples of finishes for flours, woodwork, walls, ceiling or furniture. Let us help you make shabby surface., look new and attractive. "p III! tiuau' tlu: ACME QUAIJ TV PAINTING GUIDE Book. It tclli irhst Aems Ouslltv wi, . tain ot vsmisli to uss, ho aiaeh will W rsauiied and how it laeald ba put on. Ii not onlj ena bin m.u tn m ni deranttor r. tU wlut yo.i warn, but ii mskM it ca-y for YOI' n. irl:ii IM rnsoy Mrfses) shoul the ' not rtquire the iLdl of ths easert kt jobs dstt s psintsi would not bathst with. Ad bra com IT'S FMEB E. H. LAAKMAN, Druggist, Farmington, - - . riiasourl. sic II II liel. ill them -old Hu ll Iii had ;i iM-r hu until I for HO im crop uary, . r id at : LMBoe over Si. I'HUNK N B Krsn i !onatf Baal Order of Publication. Annual School Election. Not hv i- hereby ..!:. . the vot. n ol "Mehwiil Dlsl i If l d I iinniiiK n," also known a lilstrh't N'n.lM ,,iishiis ICi and :n, rani .mil U tin- ( 'limit ot st. h'raiieuix, rttaii 1 1 inilunt i.-iit -iavors oi ol tn the strh-t, thai I said l'i K8DAY, flllluWillR irtniiiBtnn, sueh mi' I I district, t iiualliled v .iters ot said cl the aiitmal sehotil eleeti distil, I will he held nil APKII. "'III. 1910, at tie places in the City of I .Mo., to wn : Kirsl Waul, t'itv Hull, i Henry and t inlitmhia st t Si ml W ard, ( irenit u nt C.inrt House. Third Ward, Schtnitl Bros Harrison Htreet. Fnit rth Ward, Henry Maul on Heur street. The polls will he upon eh ctloll at ' o'f ho k a. in.. clock p. iii. oi i!:;ii day. i Directors tn l elected d t hree iii years, mnl ni to he .defied Im a term . at. Also there will hi Kit r tl... purpose of t proiMisition, prop ised l; i ..f 1)1 rectors oi sani in To authorise the Bo lot's to levy a ln rate on the one hundred dullul I valuation for school or i ilo) - Hi.- ilan.itt h. met and Mm llr petition llesins. Biiuinuotliei tiling- i snuonl i Kaser. Is not n t -lull- ot Missouri wlierelll ii iioriti reil io Hie i' ik ..I tin- fouri va .oi"M. ttisi -aid .ii i. mlsnl n.- notlflei piihl itlon in. it iilulntlfl lis iimeni -no ussinst litis in no- court, ths oti unit sussrsl nuiurv ot w hlcii t un setion illvorfH, upon the srounili of desertion sisiniionineiit toi more tasu one year Hi. it null'-- sal.l il-li-iiitiiiif In- and Si ai this i 'ourl at tin1 nssi term thermit, iieuuii nnil bolden si i Uc ourl llouss in I'ltr of sratlnstnn Insald t'oanty. on -iii dayotllsy, neat. and on me Rrsl olsalu I in . or betorn the la-t daj .1 ii'iin. snswer oi plsad to the psttttoi aid cauw., the miiuc will bs taken a- i tniswl, mid Jll.lL'lllMll will lie ivndeie.i IP Vl.l d i-h it I trn t) from the record tvttnefi no hand . and -si. l ; I lie Circuit loan ol st. tt.m County, ttili -tn d.ii ot M i :iln. Hh. d ol if 7i S UH- pur- I t II h'iS. 'ireuii i lerk, Order of Publication. . HI Ul-slll in, . y lit st r run' '!. i ' let'imill t oart, Msy term, Ittlti Mill, pialatIV, vs. Ilelelldai'l w ii lain tun im a till' to Iter nil..: i Itv tori Oiler of the Boa "Hchool Dlatrlci .f Id' lid tills he . sntnns oil in inn. i W. 11. RAHIDKN J, P. UAYCK, Sec Final Settlement. Notles is dlllled. I li ho steoa thai the it ii- sstateol iind tllol M Mil II v A lUUHLRt . I d. will lank.' ii nnal setth'inent of 411. d sstate st the next tern of ths Probate nourl ol St. rrurmoti countj . Missouri, n. be bsaun unit held in Farmlnston, n laid eouatyi oa the iscoiid Noaaaj in sprti.isai 11 tun I 1 110,01.1.1, 1 . 3,1-l tO I .'i.i nary I-, mio. Final Settlement. Snttee Is heretiy L-lvea tlnit the under Isasd, sdatlalstratoi ot tliesstateoi Jlt.KS I. tint I.I.I V , ller'rt, will make final settlement ol sslft -slat:- at Hie next term of the Probats (.'ourl of st, Prsncols rounty . Missouri, i" i..-uun ana held la the loan llotine tn Karmtnaton, In -aid couatr, "a tli.' Recond Mon. 111, in Apili. lid". aimi 1 1: uucv, utm'r. Moreli 1. 1 Final Settlement. YOU WIlili ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST LINE OF Piece Goods and Samples AT THE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT OF II. T RAU E3 RN I OHT- PARM I LVGTON. Mi PrieesRiRht and Good Fit and Satisfa ction Guaranteed slum- ilh'i i-tvhv stven mat 1 in unaei itor ot the sstats ol ii im ink IIiiskn 1:. Dse'd . M'lll make Nnal settle I of said sstats n tii, 11, -st term of tl- t'roli.o,. i oiirt ot st Kruncolti county. Mlsstmrl, to be besan and 1 1 it.'i'i at tin-1 mirt house in r'Arinlnaton aid countj on the second Momtaj in At lam 1 1: s 1 11. VI I'. ItllN. I.XI lutor. Final Sattlement. kollce is hereby alvsa Hint the under slwai d , adinlnlst rafor of the SStatS of .liHIN T, vv li t iavis. sr., win uiskeo Bnel settlement of said sstats at tin' uex term of tbs Probate Uourt or St. Prancols county 1 Missouri, to be iM-minnad in-id at the court iious,' in PardBlnaton, la said county on the secoad Mondai in pril. 1010, .mils UtlltHII 1 . kitm'r. 1910 SAMPLES .1 VST RI:CI:1VI). Union-Made Suits 'hut is what you sel when you ordei your suits from MKIICIIANT TAII.IHt HAkniNOTON. MISSOURI. J. F. PUTTMAN, M" 111" I For Coughs and Colds Tioublcd with a coujjh? A hard cold, bronchitis, or sonic chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for just . Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows all about i. As1: him what Ii 2 thinks of it. No medicine can ever take the place of yfuir doctor Keep in close 1 with him, consult him frequently, trust him iully. i , alcohol 111 th! cou;h nvti;Mie. J. c AytrCoTJToucll A PlBi. Sn M'-fo tl ti. AUvc -'tanlc. Act directly on tne liver. Ofimi uta i; .. out jiill. SjIJ (or ncstr!" My year. Aik your iloctor iiVuui them. 1 Haiti ilt'fwiiiloiii unl 11 y (war ;it thit cuurt I ill llt ihxl ttllll t In-1 '1, In Im- lifftiii t ml liolden m tli) (loufl Houm In Hie i it nt ! Partntnirton, in n -ounty, n the wh w nt Mity Hi-it . iii. 'I on tln llritt dS) ol MUH term, or bfroit iht itivi iiuy or a"ii it rm, hmswfi' or plead to the petition in au cauve, (lie fitiHii- m til in-1 it keti ai eonfeMad. 1 and Judgment win be randered accord Otoe punitltlMl, m-iMnlliiir in law, in The Kurnilii atoii Tluiei, a newr4ptMr j i iinhod m -"till nountj t "i. Kraucola, lor row ri'r.s.Mii'.i.ivii. puhlitltedai i'ii-t .nri a week, tin Ittft lntor Ion tobem li i i tit- tfn tlayi bi t m ilrttt il.iy ol lalil noM May term ol tul - COtlfl , true OO0 frmn tin- rtcttrd. WltiUMt but bandj and neai of 8BAL I Micrirralt lourl of at. Fi iicoli Minly, 1 liirj ih daj t l.itch, t. r. w ihka iK Final Settlement. Kotlre 11 hurenf fiwwti that the under laned adminUirotrotoreoj the tetnte of M.i.K t MclUCNin . Ilec'd, veil niuki u iiuai rwttiement "t mI1 ettnte ut the nrxt term ol (In PTOUflte Court ol t. Krnncoti county, Ulevonrt, tobebeinn nod iu'l'i at th" court hOttte Iii r.irmiiiL'ton, In s;im rountr. the leeond Hondny in inriii itio, w. v, till uy it IWRIUK MrltKNRY, m xiiministraior.s 1 ubruory M, rfio, Administratrex'a Notice. ottri e hereby iteen thnl letten ol nt iiiinlftrntlon were aTanted t th'- uAdnr ned nj tia- lYobnteOouri r m rmncoii i-ount7i afleeourl, the e 1 1 iiuy of tri ll. 1910, on tin tut" ot I'.m a RHnt'llN, Dee'd. ii pereoni hnetnji einimi ngninei Mid oh late art required i exhibit them to too ndmlnlftrutrix for nllowenee within one I . .-ar fmm the dote of satil h'ttrs or titer iiiiiv tv iri'Clinl"l from 'tiv mmiHII of itl ! . m j-f, aiul li r.vt fXl'H'Mi-.l f ir tillinvnnctt . within two years from ttu dnte of enid lot I tersther will be fnreeer burred sak.UI AMim itN. Adminlntrair'-;. March 1;. ww 1. No matter how simple a monument you wish we can offer you an assortment of distinc tive designs and su- r perior workmanship Jat a moderate price. Farmington Marble Works, Mrs. E. L. Spauj;h, Proprietor. . ,v.a. w'a ,'i'.-sVi.-t"a''V'."W'',i a,- ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., FAR MING RON, MO. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silvsr and Plnted Ware, Executor'B Notice. NotlCt Is Tisrslr iiIvhii unit letters tSStS ' ,,,', ,i;,rv wra vranted In the iinilei'ilrneit liy ttie lTotiatsCbuitof St. Praocoli ooaatir, ' '. Iitourl, ilateii January i". isiv, t"" m tats ol . M l l.lAHKTIi J, &XOBM0N, PSOSaSSII' W Ml neroiu hsvlni; claims hkhIih' saM V pstatsarsrsqatrsd t" ssalbll iiim to tiie . x I x.M-utor fur SllOWS OOS within one i ii ar from tbls ilaie, or IbST may l) pre i r ptudsd trom any !nnt of said rintp. and st . - ........ I rnr .11 ..... . uvlthln fn- ,M llll I, ijI". ' Orprr.np, Musical Inatrnments, SewinK Machines aud Attachments. Watches an1 Clocks Cleaned and Repaired.