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9 Ml arm PAKMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., MARCH 81, 1 f 1 . Published Every Thursday by The Farmintton Times Printing Company. Volume 37 Number ij moion I Have You Seen Our New Spring Shoes? We Rive Piano Tickets with all purchases KARSCH'S, FARMINGTON. TOWN AND VICINAGE Fly paper ul l lain'a. Millet liny nt Klein 'i Stock peaa it t Klein' Hull. Harden need a! Klein's. Pine stationery at Laekmen's, Briny out tbe street sprinkler. Potato onion Seta at Pioeher's. Drug headquarters at Laakman',, School tablete at Laakman'i Drag Store. Northern Bead Potatoes at Placher Mercantile Co, Lettuce and green onlona every day at Klein 'a. All kinds of hulk garden seeds at Placher Mercantile Co. Miss Nora Dover Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. B. (). Bueeell, Miss Beeeto If oland went to Chlca 1 go Priilay for u short visit to friends. Our seed potatoes are direct from M innesoia : t hey are i I'ttl Klein' Bei . Robert, will in revival ' meeting it Marvin Chapel to-night I i Thureday I . There will be a dance given hy tin young people at State Hospital No 4 to-night. i Or-1 Mer-1 Country lorghum leans syrup at the Pi cantile Co, Peter lodell Spell and Nov irmlngton Saturday umi Sunday with relatives and in St. Louis. Miss Beeeon and Mrs. Cuvce are vialting friends ' 00 I M. in Louis this Week. Rupert Boberta, son of Bev, Mar v i ii Koherte, came up from Texur kana tiiis week. Mi ssis. W. H. and T. P. Morton1 of Blimerok were in Parmlngton Tuesday on bualneai. A beautiful line of new spring Dreai Qooda just received at the Parmlngton Mercantile Co. Mrs. Sullivan, (Irnml Warden of' the Rebeka state Assembly, ii ex peeted here Saturday night. Pure northern seed potatoes, Held and garden seeds of all kind, at the Pennington. Mercantile Co, Miss Rata Tiillock of Rlsmarok is vleltlng her sisters, Mr,. J. s. Clay and Mrs. (). J, Maylierry. Mr. Lloyd Pergnion of the south eastern purl of the county, was; a Parmlngton visitor hist Saturday. We are glad tO note that Mr,. W. C. Cliinn, who has been seriotuly ill for Some weeks, i, reported better. Don't kick any old hat you may find on the street, to-morrow; you might sprain your big toe. It's "April fool." Mrs. Emma Prymire, who has been spending the winter with her daughter at Berate, returned home inst Saturday. We h ave just opened up our spring line of white Doodi, Ginghams, etc Piano tlckete with all cash pur- ohaeea. - Pleohet Mercantile 06, prom men our u i mi children's now it i the finei slloU in ever made I Sou then I n store in Missouri, and we believe you owe it to yourself to investigate what we offer before buying elsewhere. A glance at our win lows will convince you of the fact that "this is the shoe store fol people. " articular FLAT RIVER. -" " Mrs. ('litis. Ilnttc rile Id, Mr. and who r'i nre hei ntly moved to Oklahoma, picking their houeebold L'oods preparatory to ihlpplnt them, Miss oia Bauman, who gives i a roi'itiil here to-morrow evening, ...Ml I I...I I... ..I....... Will I"' O ' "OI 'II II I oil o. io-i nisi, -i, I Miss Norn. They will be the gU of m rs. Waahburn. To-day th warm eat and i dryeal March within the memory of the oldest Inhabitant Rain Is badly I needed, though W'e hail ll little I shower j esterduy morning. I Miss Ktliel Morris, who is attend ling school at Hardin College, Mex-I I ico. Mo., spent KuHter tit home, BO- I onmpanled by two of her friends,! ! Miss Beach of Oklahoma ami Mia ! smith of Kanaaa, Peaohei will be run- In tills sec-I Itlon this year. We haven't seen ai peach true with u bloeiotn on it, though we undcretend that n lew blossom have appeared on some of trees in the country. Mr, B, self as a r. Taylor announce! him 'nndidatc for re-election as B school director of the Parmlngton dtatrl t, Mr. raylor, who is one of our host ami most suhstantial citi zens, has uinile a good director, and his re-election would lie no mistake. Tin member, of the congregation of the Christian Church gave their psetor, Blder Alden it. Wallace, and his family a surprise party lu,t Monday evening, by man btng in on ,1...... I., .. I. ...I.. u..,l Im aiUmm u.....u manlf eating their good will and Christian fellowship. j The Christian Churoh was crowded I last Sunday morning for the Beater 'services by the children of the Sun- jday School, consisting of longaand choruses and recitations grouped under the title of "The German) of Pralee." Everybody was delighted. especially with the little tots of the primary classes. A collection was taken for the Orphans Home, which amounted to f.:-- The Blaster Cantata, "Christ the Victor," portraying the resurrection and ascension, was enjoyed by a lur(je audience at the Presbyterian Church BUnaay evening. I lie can tata was given under tbe direction of Missl.illie Clark with Mis, Klsle Cayee a, organist. Tbe singers were, soprano and contralto, Mrs. C O. Nelson, Mrs. J. B, Smith, Misses LIUie Clark, Kato Murks, Carrie Sneed, Alice Oolo, Ruth BpSUgh, Budla Wilson, May Marian, Hazel Orimes, Myra Mitchell, Minnie Blue, and Uac Lindsay, and tbe tenor and bass, Me,srs. Korsytli, tlrovur, Lee Mitchell, McNutt, Harlan, Cayce, Porster and John son. INSURANCE B. Smith's Agency. Phono No. 16. BAPTIST CHORCH. The observance of the Lord's Sup per at the 11 o'clock hour next Sun day. The pastor desires a full at tendance of the membership. Eye any kind at Kleins. We an showing i en's and hocs for LAUNDKY COMBINE St Francois County Liiuudnet to Con solidato with Central Plnnt Mi 11 $i!.r),000 Compiuiy. A mo lit n (not, the altneethi talli olll- of which wl plated are I summated li t in- laundrle inn the '''' the Central lion mi Terri r way to be cots day s, by which county. embrac ul Parmlngton, II .i Plal River noil llo' Hra to in eon T steam, into one it capital i snlldated plant, witii if huge central il stock oi PJu.OOO. Mr. .i. .1. Pagai innter of Ho- no it i tin' pur) tn Bred it lance I- iii.' principal pro- nlii mil ion . oii' of tin- company plan) with i in' most approvod machinery, and which will give omploymonl to fifty or seventy live man and women The location of tin' in-w plan) i one f the tilings Mint Ik in abeyance, and it will probably be located in one id the three place, named above that offer, tiio inuxt encouraging Inducement! t tin- new company. It ectlmated that 'in' plant win pay out to it, employes ami in llui town where it ll located about 190,000 a year, which win naturally be put into circulation in tiio Immediate community, That amount of money dlttrlbuted In any of (he towns uiiuii'tl woiilil lie n ma toriai aeaietance to tin' looul trade, Tin' Domtnittc i looation win ho Mr. John Doughty of the Ji t White Laundry, Mr. v a. Blmmerman ol the Utoani Laundry and Mr. J, J, Pagan who probably will soon have some sort of competitive propotitlon to offer for tie looiitlon of the nee plant, umi it may not be confined to tbe thro- towns named. The most liberal Induoemenl we siii will Reeure the prtae, Tiio plant aspect, to reach out for ho si iii'Ns in il 1 1 t he .-ill i, il 1 1 ioo ' on of ios 1 nml to control it is far as ilhh INSURANCE J. B Smith's Agency Phosa No. is. Next! Sti'p right in now and see what a nice picture we can make f you in your new hat Something new to show you all the time. Berry hill. DEATH 01 MISS BAKER. Miss Penny Baker died at 8 o'clock Wedneedaj morning ai state Hos pital Mo. her age. for thirty datisliter Lydia It. t, in tbe sixtieth year of She had been an Invalid years. Miss Baker was a of tl.e late M. W. and Baker and was horn near Liberty ville, in leavei a sister thiK county. She uutl two brothers. Mrs. Mary B. Phillips of Liberty township, Mr. (i. N. Baker of Farm ington, and Mr. A.M. linker of Holsington, Kmisn,. The funeral will take place from the Ihrlstian Churoh in Parmlngton, I (Willi which faith she united when ' sin- was thirteen years of nir',i this (Thureday) afternoon at .1 o'clock. The services will be oonducted by Kids. Alden K Wallace, the pastor, nml B. M . Telbert. "Do You Bfllievu the Bible'.' Why A Kuw Reaaon, for Believing It" Will be presented in the lenpotl next Snnilntl night at the Christian ObURth. Tbe Subject of the mom Ing sermon will be "The Power of Prayer." Hours of service, are--10 a. in., Bible School; 11 a. tn., Btornlng sermon; 7:.'M) p, m., night sermon. Mid-week prayer meeting Friday at 7:.t0 p. m. Aldkm it. Wallace, Minister. SEED OATS White and Black Seed Oats, These are "rood oats and we believe them to he fertile, but cannot guaran tee tame. FARMINGTOM MILLING CO. 4th D18T. CONVENTION MISSOURI CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. To Be Held nt Flat River on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. April S, , 14 PROORA M : i !" -a iv Evening, .'to Pray ei ami Pralau Service K. J. Church, Dexter. Add re, "Where are the Nine?" I i LeBarrou, Predericktowu, Wednesday Morning, :00 Devotional Bervh II N McKee, Cape Uirardcau, President'! Address 'our Day" J. il Tiller, Maiden. Namiuu Committees, ami Buaiueat Session. Conference on Bible School Work,, i hil led by J. II. Bryan, Super- Inti ml. ni or Bible School, of Mis-! eourl. Address J, ii. Bryan, Kaueaa City. Benediction, Wednesday Afternoon, 2:00 1 i . w. b. m. amatoM, Mum. J. F. Kasw, Dlatrict Pres. i I'rai-. Servii'os and Devotional ' Kxerciees, conducted by Mrs. W.I M. Maker, Poplar Bluff. Addi i iss " Look on the Fields" Miss Alice Doherty, Dexter. M uaic and Prayer, Addicts- Mrs. L, Q. Bantt, State j Cor. Sec, St. Louis. ' Hllsllo-ss Meeting. Benediction, Wednesday Evening, 7:30. Devotional and Pralee Her vice A.! (i. Bollowell, Hlo ii. id. Address "The Duty o i i I, , Churobee" W. II. Anderson, District Bvangellat. .Address-"Thrilling Moment, at the Plttaburg Convention" T. ! A. Abbott, siatc Cor. Sec, Kan- Hits ( ily. Thursday Mottling, K OO. Devotional Service M. P. Hteveua, Ctmrleetou. Address "The Kldorshh ! atone" C, K. Hunt, I- and Mi it River, ork"- A. 1 "Co operation in ur V a. M a ttard, I feHoto, Conference nn Pleld Wi Call of Churches by ci the Fourth District , con w. m. Baker, Poplar m . 'Hlnderauces in Mleshnin ai and ll"w Removed" Joseph in lor, Snpt. Fourth District, Springfield. Benediction. Thureday Afternoon, '.' Oo. Cruise Bervlce I. T. LeBarron, Predcrlcktown, "tihrtstlati Bndeavor and Missions" - H. P. Stevens, Charleston, "Byatematlc Giving"- A. li Wal 1 lace, Parmlngton, "The Practical Sid.' of State Mjs- 1 stone" Horace Hlberell, Union Kongo, La. School of I ust ruction , oonducted by T. A. Abbott. ' Reports of Committees; Ruslness Session. Benediction . Thursday Evening. 7:30. Devotional Service A. A May nurd, DeSnto. Address "The Man's Job of the Twentieth Century '' . It. War ren, St. Louis. The evening session will be f"l ' lowed by ii Men's Batitpiel with i speeches from w it Warren, J, B, I Bryan, T. A. Abbott, Hon. 0, . I Nations, uutl other distinguished speaker,. Letlrand Pace, Poplar Bluff, Toaetmester, All delegates should send their names ut once to C. K. Hunt, Flnt i River. I Fresh makerel, .1 for '.Vic, al the Parmlngton Mercantile Co. LICENSED TO MARRY March 2S, Win. Untie,- and Miss Addis Parried Bismarck. ! 23d, Frank Doughlas and Miss (iertie Kumpbrey ol li ic Torre, SM Btms Porster end Miss Mag gie Bensley of Bonne Ten". JSth, V. A. Hughes ami Miss Msttie ('lemons of Klvlns. MB, Pred s. Heck of Parmlngton ami Miss Surah P, Moore of Liber tyville. Kth, Bernard Lee O'Farrel of Bonne Terac and Miss Maud Ella I I, a Hose of Leadwootl. j SHtb, wither B. Perrymati of Bonne Torre and Miss Essie Q. Wusbburn of DeBoto. DEBCOCaATIC COUltITTE MEETING-IMPORTANT Notice Is hereby given that n I meeting of the Democratic Com mittal of St. Francois county will ibebeld In Furmiugton 00 Saturday, April lid ut 'J p. tn. it is important thai every member of the commit I tec be present. Mutters of vital in- teresl sre t" be Boneldered, DonM ' (all to be present. H. E. RoRH, Chairman, J B. Smith's Agency Phono No. 10. GOOD We dote on doing good work. That is our es pecial study, W1 waul you to feel safe w lu ti you drive; to know that your harness will not give way; that your lines will not break; that your girths wiil not separate, and that there is no danger of a runa way through any fault ol ours, That kind of good ness is 1t- insurance in many cases. You can't afford to trine, You w ant the best harness as you want the best ol everything. It is our habit to s,n the best harness and the let harness accessories at the lowesl prices consistent with genuine good qualitv. Dittrich Saddlery Store, Farmington, Missouri MRS HOBB8 We take from the Bonne Torre Polluter the following notice of Mrs. W, .1 Bobba, mention of whose sudden death on the Huh was made i M rs Tin Tunes last wee!'. : Battle M. Bobba, wife ,,r hl't and one of the most ami highly respected ladies Wn cult II nf our city, passed away at her home here al 8:16 o'clock Saturday morning, after brlof attack of cer ebral apoplexy. I p to the tn f her dentil Mrs. I tl, bed ol she w as Mrs. Bobbs was the daughter of John ami Rachel Bean and was borut'.ioar Randolph Chapel, si. Francois county, August S, Cs. She united with the (southern Moth odist Church in ISSH, ami up to the time of her death Mas n conscien tious and fit i 1 1 1 fit I churoh worker. Roaide Iter husband, Mrs. Bobba h aves three children, Nannie, Fan nle and Jessie, ami two brothers, J ii-t i- ami Wright Bean, and a number nf more distant relatlvee, The Inch esteem in Which she was held is evii d by the gorgeour flo ral offerings ami tbe number of friends that attended tin- funeral FURNITURE AUCTION SALE. In order to make room for more furniture, we will have an auction sale of all our slock on Saturday, April id, beginning al in a. m, We have purchased a good supply of I furniture In he here by that time which we will also otter to the bigli eel bidder. Second-Hand Furniture Store. ti. n . li k gg, Prop'r. TO STOCK BREEDERS Don't overlook my two fine Per Cheron stallions, If you would raise g I inures. Remember that you caul raise good mules unless you have good mares. My stallions are thorouh-bred Perchorons ami the io -i money will buy. K. K. SWINK. EGOS FOR SALE. From Barred Plymouth Books nml single comb White ami Itrown Leghorns. Rates on Mai egg lots. Apply to Mrs. It. c. Tucker, Parm lngton, Mo. For Rent Six-room house ami one ore of good rich garden land, lo cated in West Farmington. Apply! to j . s. Clay, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables AT PREMO BAKERY We are also otTerinir all lire-damajred canned goods at one-third off regular price. These goods are not damaged on inside only the wrappers. Don't forget that we furnish the best bread, cakes and paBtry. Phone 111. GOODS WOOL Remember that we are in the market lor wool. Will take all you can bring us and pay yon the High est Market Price. COLE & NIXON MERC. CO, Farmington, Mo. PUBLIC SALE. I will -elf-. . public unction al Longheboro on Saturday. April ''d, a large lot of live stock and farming Implement! w T . 11 iilb, FOR SALE Beautiful upright piano, almost new, strictly high grade. Will take easy payments rather than pay storage. Addrea, "Private H,r gain," Times Office. For Exchange Tl OJDlty in a slKroom bouse nml two lots in Parmlngton fur a wagon umi team. Apply to j. s. Clay, The best architects, painters nntt contractors of the country use Mound City "Horseshoe Brand Mouse Paint" exclusively. CltV Drug Store. Wanted At th" Parmlngton Mer cantile Co., 10 tone ol good timothy hay. For Sale A slngle-breasl harness complete. See J . S. Clay. A new automobile road between Bonne Torre and DeBoto is a eon j templated enterprise thut is receiv ing favorable attention. Northern Seed Potatoes Direct from Minnesota. They're Cheap, too, at- KLEIN'S.