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ifttminoion lintel. Published Every Thursday by The Farmington Times Printing Company. FARMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., AUGUST IT. 1911 Number 33 Volume 38 TOWN AND VICINAGE l.itiiir It - it . Law Urace in the C lardy of st. low days in Comb. Von to BOc hi short Miss Iron 'Imrli'Hton. MiHK luKUft Baaieraou has re turn Ml from Irondale, Minn Alice (Sola has been vieltlng relatives in Pntosi. Mrs. PhU Shaw has I II vieltlng iri.Midn at Nto. Genevieve. Mrn. D. U. Delanej vlelted gred' erloktown friends thU week, Misses Bebn anil Itutli Ashbiirn wont to Bonne Terra lul Friday. Mrn. Owtrton P. Logan will re turn Iron st. Louli this evening. Hint. Vitriol in quantity at the right price. Leak man't Drug store. Teeoheri Examination will ! hnid in Parmington August Jflth and Jtilh. Charles Blaekledgc and Ralph Coflman of Avon vara In town this week. Mimm Lnm Russell ol Bird" Point iii the guest of Miss Plorenc 1 enoe. Misses Bdltb Halle ami ataeaii visiting Irlende eonntry. Misses Corn and Martha White of Liberty villa were Parmington visit ors Tueaday Mr. and Mrn. M I. jonii art spending a Parmington. Tin' Nt'v-K Break fannot hri'ak by use; I'm' laa kman'i Drug Store, Mra. Polly Burks left last Friday for a viHit to friends at Hercuianeuoi and St. Louis. When yon want genuine Turpeo tine, we have it in any quantity Laakman's Drug BtOre. Mrn. Laura Smith, who haH heen visiting Mrn. Mollie Long, has re turned to her hOtna at Slkostnn. Para Leaf Lard at St. Prancola Packing House at 10 emits pat pound Pree delivery. Phone SMI. Mrn. M . P. Oagoe anil Misses Pearl and Virginia lardv,ar Kuroka Springs, Ark stay. "i'nrtle" Hhwii of Rural Route No. .!. on ot our oiu anu highly reepected sitlaana, laearloua y ill. Mr. and Mrs I.. II Williams via iti'd Blende in Jaekeon and Cape OliHaau the latter iart of last week. Mr. Davis of MMtlOO and Miss Mamie Davis of Woatberford, Okla., arc the itiifst of Mrs. John MeCnr- nlek Mr. and Mr. John Swink and thoir son, Karl, of Passadena. Cel., are here visiting thoir numerous rnketlTti Jesse Sutherland of Kansas City is bare on a rletl to bla mother, Jefno is olerk of the Municipal J- tlee Court of Kansas City. Mr. N. D. Vail flatted his family, who an- with Mrs. Lizzie Barrel! this lUmtner. H" and Ml son, Bar rail, havi. gone KaHt on a trip. Judge Q. . Nations last Monday nserning brought u several speci mens of peaches o( the Klberta va riety, (rrown on his place In town. Miss Nell Doss attended the fu neral o her couHin, Frank Perry, laatttaturday at Bonne Torre. MIhh Louise Poston returned home with bag, Momhth. S. G. and 0. A. Redden of St. Charles, Mo., and Memphis, Tenn., are here visiting their broth er, Mr. O. V. Redden, the photo grapher. Mrn. Paul B. Leming is here to spend a couple of weeks with her mMther, Mm. K. A. Roller. Mr. Leming will come Up Saturday for a short stay. Mrs. J. K. Smith returned to her home the first of the present Week, after having had a delightful visit to the home of her parents in Leb min, Virginia. The ladioH of the Liberty ville M. K. Church, South, will give an lee rroain reetival Saturday night', An na! Nth. A cordial invitation is extended to everybody. Miss Prank ie Aatrbarn presented The Times nfnee with a haHket of tine Klhertn peaches last Friday. Mrs. AHhhurn had a tine crop, which she sold at fJ.OO per bushel. MIhh Augusta Lawrence returned Tuesday from a visit with Misses Mildred V. and Marguerite Keith at Flat River. Mrs. will vleit iu town next week. Barney Patty was home on visit this week. Harney won a game Sat urday at Cleveland far the Browne, and the St. Louis papers were full of praise for the fine game be played. Prank Walker Perry, son of Mrs. Rattle Perry of Bonne Torre, died on the llth, aged genre, Be was a nephew of Dr. Frank L. Keith, The family has the aympathy "f thoir friends here. Mies Helen O, Chenanlt is visit- lug her niece, Mrs. W. M. Harlan. She will make her home in Cape ftirardeeu, with Miss Montgomery, arho is t" teach in the Rormal school this winter. Mrs. J. B. Tucker ol Nnahvllte, Tenn.. sister-in-law of Mr. I!. V, Tuekr, with her two little grand' daughter, Marion and Kathleens Jones, Is her" on I visit with Mr. Tucker's family. Mr T. II handler, eiirri'-r ol Rural Route No.;i, brought In from I his trig Wednesday a monster apple I of the -Wolf River variety, grown by Mf. Joel N. Hnmmor of Boute No. ::. It measured l." inches iu oil aireuinference a n d wall ounces. Rev. J. M. Bailey. paatOI "f the Christian Church, will leave nejti Hunda; aften n lot Clar 'e, Shelby county, to begiu a lerlea ol meetina fot the oongregatlon at FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS IN FARMINGTON The Franklin Association of the Baptist Church, composed of ehurohee la st Francois, sto. Ban Brieve and part or Iron counties, will moot al the Baptist Church in Pannlngton next Thursday, Augue! '.'4th, and bold a thr days session. among the prominent membere ex- I ted to be present are Rev F. M. Brown, editor "f Word mid Way, Kama City ; Rev, a. W, Payne, editor 'f the I'oniral Buptlst, St. Louis; Rev, S. F. Bwing, Superin- tendenl ol Hieaione ol theBt. Louis Mission, and Rev pastor of the Tower St. Louis. The delegates nil by mem bar of the ladies will soi v.- io baaement. MRS YEARUA1N GIVEN A BIRTHDAY SURPRISE There was a happy fiimilj gather ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Veargaln, on Rural Route No. 3, last Saturday It was CM oeeael f the Bftyeigbth birthday anniversary of Mrs. Yearuain, and1 her children arranged to (five her a pleaeatM surprise. K ooineldenoe of I the occasion was that Mrs. Year ggJa was BB years of age, and there' were oh paraoni present a gtorioui FARMINGTON TO HAVE POSTAL SAVINGS BANK. Poatmaatar c s. Q, Rvani re eelved oAelal nottoe from the Post Oftice Depart inenl yesterday that a pmtal Savlnga Bank would he la tltuted at the Pannlngton ofRee on September llth. There have heen min us the past week ol two that a postal sai inns bank w as to ho started here, as the local hanks had re ceived instruction! as to how to qualify as depositories hut the llrst definite notice was that received hy po-tnuistor F.vans yesterday. li (In be ;hui orKo Stool, ,vo Church, nl tallied and t he il iu the A FAMILY REUNION Mr and Mrs. R. C. Tin ker aa Joyed Hie pleasure last week nf hav-Iiik- all their children home with them Mr. and Mrs. Preston Tucker ami their I"1' children, Mr. and Mrs Buford Tucker and their two Ohlldr Mrs. Nannie Tucker Ka- ton ami little son, all ol Bonne Terr.-, were with them, beside the children living at home. Also Mrs. j. B. Tueker ami her two yrand daughter, There wore twenty-two ill the bouHe party, and it was a most delightful family reunion. COMMERCIAL I LUB. The Pannlngton Oonunerclal club met last Monday night in regular session. Several members with drew 'loir membership and their names were dropped from the rolls. The Stock Hale Committee ua I mttted a report and was directed to excrcls" its powers and authority to put in practice at once iome feaa ' ihie plan lor the guarantee ol stock I offered for sale, and to work out any other i dad change and im provements needed for the tucceai of the enterprise. Following a dlscueeion relating to the Saline Valley railroad evten- 1 ion to Varmington, an endorae mant and approval waaaatended Mr. Bouck with the assurance that the Club would give him all reaeonable help ami co oporatlon, other than any financial obligation, for tbe building of the road to Pannlngton i and Civile Motsoy, Fred Seliramui and P. A Cushion wore appointed a committee to so.- Mr, Houok and take tUCll steps on behalf of the Club as may he deemed helpful, and BnoWlng all poeeible courtesy to the PREiTlO He will he gone ai thai plaoi two weeks Mr. B. S. McCulloiujh, private Sec retary of Congressman Walter L. Henslev, arrived home from Wash ington Tuesday. Mr. Henaley will not loavo Waahlngton until alter the adjournment of Congreaa, which will probably occur the early Part ol next week. Prof. R. J.Jenalnga of St. Louie was down several days the pnst week on a visit to his mother and sister, Mrs. JJanuinga and Mrs W. Hollis. The Professor is elated with the International Book Company, proprietors of the Inter national Correspondence Schools. Mrs. Jennie Oruner was taken seiiously sick during the past week and was taken to St. Louis Sunday morning for an operation. While her condition was reported as seri ous, she is expected to soon recover her customary good health Dr. Downhill aicompanied her t Louis. Mr, B. K. Patterson ot Dfenewed, Mo., visited his sister, Mr. A. R. Docker, week before last; and last week Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Chapman ami iittl" sou, Kdson, of Canton, ut 'dinner was prepared for the Inter eeting event, Mr. Redden, the pho j tograpber, was there with his came ra and took a group picture, which he has enlarged by his patent pro cess, and the day passed delightful ly to everybody. Mr and Mrs. Yeargaln are among our beat and most popular people, and we join their many friends iu wiahlng Mrs Yaafgatn many happy return of the day. Almoin those prcftont were "lirandma" Siiiims, Mrs. Mary ' i Phillips of Route No. 1, Mr. and eeao- rs. Joel Laws, Mr and Mrs. J W Layne and little son of Blvint, Mm Barry Phillips and oliildren of Route No I. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robirson and family of Mistletoe, Mrs Jeff D Mitchell and daughter Miss Myra of Farmiiipton, Mrs. Bessie t)riby and dauirbter Miss Captolia of St. Louis, Mrs Fannie Tyler and chil dren of Parmington, Mr and Mr L 1. Weslover and sons, Mr On gt. I Branlni and little daughter, Mrs I Percy M Fry and little daughter! of St Louis. Mr and Mrs Lewis ! Yeargaln and little son ol Route ' No 'J, Mr Pat V Bargain and son of 'St. Louis. Mr and Mrs. Daniel Laws and baby, Mr, and Mrs dark Pow- The BreaJ That Never Tires Your Taste. Karsch's SHOE SALE KARSCH'S Se mi Annual Shoe Sale is now on. Here is opportunity to good, depend able Footwear, Hos iery and Shoes, for Men, Women and Children at much less than regular prices. Come early and ;4et your choice, your buy J. M. kARSCH SHOE CO., Farmiagton, Missouri. how rfiver uotic lnsi that leaome tastine at Hrst Because doctored, dragged. t usv in the wav it B B B A D not Uaerafofe it jfoe TRY IT. govM bread that tick that it hn PREM doesn't, it isn't "iloped,' flavored nor It's a afc liread , .1 your ramiiy. anu s baked you buy 5c a loaf wimi ' further. Premo Bakery, THE QUALITY PLACE Phone ill. Farruiairtoa. III., were bar gaeata, and they joyed a plaaaanl outing down on tin st. Pranota. They left for home I last Saturday. Mrs. T. I. Plabar went to St. I Louis Friday to meet Mis K . O Hlmrnona and her sons, Pleher and Ted, who were on tbelt way From Meoon to Now Orleans, where they will reside. Dr. Siinmoiin and hla ! family will sail froui New Orleans ! on September 'Jd for Panama and ! t Antral America, Mrs. N. It. Baluee, who Ims lieen witii her bueband roraevetalmontbi at the Confederate Home, returned laat Saturday and will make her home with her daughter, Mra. K. V. Hunt. Mr. Balnea, who is hadly erippled from a fraeture of the hip, is (fettliii? alonif very eomfortahly at the Home. Uld baby, Misses Mary and Bet. , tie oilman. Tenia Layne pi Blvlne, Lillle Simma, and Baaira. Hugh Wostovor, Lyman Branlug, Jeff and cheslev Yeargaln and Lee Himrnn Stock Sale 1st Monday Every Mor Keith LIC EN SKI) TO MARK" August '.I, Kverett L. Huff and Miss Mabel S. Sutton of Doe Run. 10th, Harry A. Braiiu and Miss Bertha Calvlrd of Yount. VJtth, Tony Hartwlck of Ironton and Mias Dora Hart of St. Francois eounty. I'Jth, Charles 1,. demons of Kl vins and Miss Hattie Kaker of Syu nite. 14th, Kmmett Murphy and Miss Ollie Williams of Knoh Kick. Mar ried by Rev. J. If. Bailey. 1 5th, Eugene Will lama of Boa Ban and Miss Ida V, Baker of Sye nite. loth,. I. Henry Blom of VVasliinn ton, Mo., and Miss Maude L. B! ag ar of Bonne Torre. loth, Henry H. Vandiver ot Bonne Torre and Miss Mahol P. MeldUie of Valle'l Mines. CHANGE OF DATE. Uongraaatnan Benaley writes us that it will ho Inipossihle for Mr. C. O. Raiue to meet his appointment here on September Stli to lecture on road improvement, hut that he will be here on September llth at I o'clock p. m. Please bear the date in mind and come out and hear him. CHURCH NOTICES M. E Chureh, South Sunday school atii:i.v Preaching by the paator, Rev Wn Court, .it 1 1 a m and 7 p in Christian Church. Bihle school at Plo'clock. Preacli Iiik at II a 111. by Rev R. M. Tal-1 hen. There win be no evening ier- vice. Baptiat Church. Sunday school at 0:45. Morning service at 11 o'clock; seriiion by the paator, Rev. S. P. Brite. B. Y. P D, meeting at H:45 p. m. Evening j service at 7:4T. You are cordially ! invited to attend all Ciese services.1 Pr fully ten an Church. Regular services will lie had at the Preshyterian Church Sunday morn- log and night. Rev. c. B. Hlokok.l who was called to Columbia to con-! duct the funeral services of Mra. M. ; P. Parker returned home Tuesday, M B. Ohurch. Sunday School at !l a. in Preach Iiik at II o'clock by the pastor. Rev L M Thonipson. Subject of tnoni inir sermon, "Paul's Ideal Church of the Twentieth Century." Kt- worth Laague at 7 p, in Evening service at 8 o'clock; lubieot, "Bell" rag out " TEA HERS' ONFERENltE POSTPONED TO SEPT 1-8. The Teachers' Conference of st. Pranoola county will be held In Parmington September 1st and lid. Hy statute it becomes the duty ol all touohere employed iii the public icboole ol the county to attend those meetingl; and since recent afjajigei iii the school law necessitate cer tain chaniccs in school policies, it Is imperative that every teacher be in attendance. A. H. Akkkh, County Supt. Public Schools. AN ARMY OF HORSES. In transporting the M. I. Clark A Sun's Shows over the road, one hundred and ten head ol dratt horses and mules are used, and despite their ureal amount of stock often the servli f their hilt elephant Is called In to requeeitlon In booating a heavy wagon or animal cage oul of a mud hole or rut; No other show traveling overland in America OPEN FAUCET FLOODS HOUSE When Mi and Mrs. L. H . V. 1 1 -liauis left last Wednesday to visit frlenda In Cape Oirardeau county, i way the fauael of the bath i ..,n oatalogue, for you see tuli was left o and ii wash-raif or baf von ar- bnylu. Mr towoll was washed over the diain age hole. Ttta result was that the tuli overflowed and flooded the hath room, the water seeping through the ceilim; into the library and has as law a number of horses and thence Into the basement. The II inules as this one, and this number hrary rag was mined, the table and does not include the trained ponies a number of books, annum the lat and horses used for exhibition pur- tor the family Hihln, were hadly purposes. M. L. Clark has Ion); damaged, and two or throe inches of been a favorite name with patrons of tented shows, and this year his shows are bigger and better than ever before, baring combined the shows formerly conducted by bis ion, Lee, with that of his own, makliiK In their unity a really stu pendous aggregation, a real fea tuie is the famous Lacomma troupe of French accrobats, who are mak ing their llrst appearance this sea son with the Clark Shows, and the IdKlilv educated and cute baby ele phant. The shows exhibit at the old fair ground! In Pannlngton tomor row afternoon ami night, Friday, Auguat in. water covered th" basement. Miss ollie (lamer, with whom was left the key of the house, went over the next day to see that all was right, and found the library room flooded, lloiuit to the hath room she discov ered the cause and turned off the water, which had probably heen run ning about twenty-four hours. Mr. and Mrs. Williams returned home Saturday. DEADLY ASSAULT. Ollie Nowman was assaulted last Tuesday night in the street In the vicinity of Carleton College, while! be paaoh crop Is nnueually good 1 on hla way home, by Frank Harris! Jam coiereoi. riarrisuii nun utoi m in head with a blunt Inatrument, cut ting two large gushes and causing concuaalon of the bruin. It i- said WANT AND NEED Business is never dull when you have something to sell that some body wants The great secret of business success is to cater to the Wants Of the people as well as tho needs. There is a fine HstlncUon between tbaaa two word S , want and need When you just want a thing, you do not always gratify your div sire unless you find exactly what stris.es ..our fancy, The summer in -.!, ig si..i,, .d it," dull ilays ol autumn and dreary winter will soon bo here, when we live indoors in stead of outdoors. The days of tall cleaning and household renovation will soon be upon us, and the ap pearance of our rooms for eomforl and beauty will he subject for thought. We may want to 0 badge furniture from one room to another or entirely refurnish u room. Wiien you are considering those changes, go to Baker's Second Hand Stor", 1 the long-felt wunt In Parmington, and see what he can do for you. Ho I oarriea such a good Una ef both new and s. ! ond hand furniture, that you , are apt to find just what you need on hand, ami if it Is not there, il soon Will be, for he will order It for you. It is much bettor than ordering from a X. icily Ba ier will take your old furniture in pari payment on tbe new, should you do sire to change the style of your fur nishings. If you see anything ill the store today that you want, do not delay until tomorrow to buy it, for somebody else may fancy tho same thing. Mr. Baker will be glad to sen you at any time and show yoo thiough his stock. This store is lor the people, to supply the wants of the people, in the cheapest and most satisfactory manner. On and son Mr. Raker before you stuit on your full cleaning, so you may plan for some new furniture. Mr. Baker has on hand a very handsome organ and several differ ent styles of desks. The faet thai this store has been in existenco longer than any similar store that has been here, shows how it catora to the wishes of the harmlngton people. this .War and some line specimens have been brought to tills otflce. The editor bus on his place an F.l berta peach tree that is fairly loaded, and every peach Is of good size, some of them weighing tbree-fonrthi of a pound. A white Beathollng tree on his place also has quite a number of peaches. These, generally . do not ripen until October, but they se. some appearati if ripening now, probably on account of tbe aeaaon being a little more foreward than usual. SADDLE HORSK FOR SALE Two-year old gelding. Apply at J. A. W. Lewis' "()7.ark Home " Arcadia, Mo. PUBLIC SALES E. Beard will have a pub if brood mares and colts, a stallion, Jin k, tborOUgbred registered COWS, high bred cattle, fat hogs, brood sows, ami farm machinery, at Harris would probably have allied I hie farm -".j miles east of Coffman, him but for some of the people in Jon Saturday, September nth. the neighborhood hearing them and, W. N. Chapman will have a pub interfering. Harris took N iwmiui for a man he had aean wit! is wife earlier in the evening, ami followed him to the place where the assault was made Nowimiu denies that be was with Harris' wife. Harris is under arrest charged with assault to kill. Get in ; ibreakttbln Comb. All its m loo to 50c, at Laakmania Drug Store. lis sale at his farm Tuesday, August 32, ami farm machinery. at Jay dee oa of live stock MUSIC Oo to Pelty's Rook Store for your music Thousands and thousandn of the McKlnney music for 10 cents each, both vocal and instrumental- Seventy-flve bushels of corn to the acre is the record of the Kd George farm in Butler county.