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i THE FARMlNGTON TIMES PRINTING CGMPANY T1J' - I! STAM, I.. President. "IIHO. Ij. P1SHKM ONE HOLLAS . ,i BAB PKKRS, .' t President. I : t i r hnl liiiMlit- MsUBaS n::.:i 6 COLE, Stc 'j nrt Trt-t' urn cents fob six month.- !.t I' IT. . it Knim.'Mr'' n, Mlnour: FAKMINUTOX, MO.. ATOt'ST -'4, l'jl lit extra session nt 1 km demonstrated two in facts, thai t benoeratt I unsivt to tbc denaodi ot i Miiil Him HrtiidcDt 'I kponsivt to tin- ioterestn Tot prottctod interest -pland .Mr Taft'i vetoes ol if reduction lulls passcl t press h' tin extra Bession fin,' the iutertstn ii little Itast f tune in wbieli to te nco l( l Bp ar i 00 Tbej ufer I poke to' the million I" ").!" i tsxl iii tbi frowtb iiml maun IiTi . . i Mtioii Tuesda.v t hi- Hnii t:. '-iriii.1, innO I'l-uii'-t Mil i toe Seoati ' steel, iron uul tin amendment . ami m tbi i nn I 'resident 'rut1 : bit wrto i4 'In- lull Ah. ... effect! ti. contemn Urift legislation seemt lo be wtiMt of u 'sooner ' in th line President Taft ' eto id 1 1, lona and Meiico statehood I it Urst panned flii- extra Ressil cause ol the judiciary reeal rure ot the Arizona couatitnl iii indication of bow little I in- recalled' for not every judge booon the ben in or the las and justice would have no raune to ween :t our Federal jodteiarj wtre elected fur a term bj the people in tead ol being sppointad for lite i.i a partisan Presideut Ta liege prufmufa. a formei Congressman who will hardl be recalled outaide nil own district, ar. illinoii! Kepublioan editor and , Treasury employe compote Presi dent Taft' alleged Tariff Board, a ii-i"in from wboin i tbe only thing that m ill induce bin to liffn I I u ::: reduction bill, iudafenaible though I i.ml cotton duti i imposed b) the Aldricb law be. Theee five men I Mi I'afl - own puking be lell the 'otuitry bj inferenoa known - " r what ugbt to In- done in tii' waj ot tiinrt legislation and ' be making i : schedules than neni Ij two third of both bonaeaof t'on i.'i' -- (ban Mr Tuft hiuiseit. and tbe will not lie able to mabi any report antil December, bene bin .eto ol 'In- wool and otlier tariff reduction lulls paaaed by the extra l to : .... : ip Le buin . wealth i,: another "lass, it wrong ti do the -nine thing id i small wa Tbe difference in ih amonnt ol tribute exh -ted cann ' n.HKe (. svn. right nr just, am; :. ipecioni argument can eetablis) !r, bin Winona speech, just after signing tbe Payne Aldrieo a horn liuation of tariff aboroioatiooa, and in which l.e alto said the woolen lacbedole waa indefenaibla. Pres dent Taf' eietiaed bimaaif on the ground that party solidarity wat more importance than tariff eahtd nles. As t ti- Payne Aldrich karifl law m!-teail of solidifying bka par' bat split i' into bitter factions, bt could not invoke party aoti4arit) any longer, so he fell hack on a i k Tariff Board not having made a repur' on wbiofa to oa-i-'r:fT legislation, a- an excuse for vetoing the tariff reduction hills i l tbe extra session . President Th'' .- in elunive guy for one of I. pcbl:c schocj. noils- 'l r upen Monday morninv ; '-Hi-ler 4tb. at t o'eieok. After a h"fl nessiun ("r enrollment. 1 1 r " i, a -, nesesaary beoki and u i Ilea, ai ii tin- aaalgnmasit of wort tr tbe day. tl.- pttptpj will l die tuisaed for t ti- raoiaindei 1 1 theday. Entrance aaatninattoni for tn H it t. licbool will in conducted in ii i Migti Bebool bulMlna Wadnea Uay. August 'io. bagtanlag i romptly ut f:.'H) a. in. Student not ragubirly rlassifled m tne Parmuigton High Hchi ol tun bvltflng certificate from older Schools, Will lie gleei aiun ti"ii at ll. U time, ah etudents who di not hold rani or eerttflcatei in-ilii-ating their I'roniotinii or Mantling I should report at this time, in- not put tbia oft until the opaning of school, ae all teaclitre ill be very buay With ntlier work anil you will iii delayed probably several dayi in being properly entered in your classes. Thursday, Auguat 31, la Um day (or sxamlnatlon ami claaalfleatlon of pupils who aspect to enter tde grades ImIow tin- high i"-i I All tleuee lini- the llllelll IOI1, ! I'onli 'i-ii'-i- conaervatisui and patrioticui of people i um pe are - hi self-government and nl ele! tbeir own lawmaker exeeti Bud judicial uflicei -, hi be capable of judging w b i i id under tbe mol extreme uud gravatiug eiri'inustance would itai. e, r be invoked, tor tin i It a whole are conatituti .t eonaervative. It would be a i Ibing sometime it some iudgei Well a otbei public ofli'-ers m The Presideut reiierntes in In? woolen veto that he i a protec tionist. Why reiterate' All hte I publican are protection iata. Tbii i t,e one particular inm that dif fer! ii'iate. them ai a party. But 1m i- committed to revision of tbe tar iff downward, altboogb he rtulti tie. that commitment by bit v eto meage But if protection U a good and just thing wh reiluea the tariff? If n i wrong '" rob tin peopbJ in a lurge waj tor tin i " ii' lit of proteefed interests, i tlii njostice not tbe -nine to rob 1 ;n a .mull wn ' A some oue lia- said, it is only tbe differ ence letwean petit larceny and grand lnrcet Protection is un open i'l'l to tbe protected interest to t'irni-li campaign fond and coerce employes i" vote tbc He publican in-kei to ke,-, tbe natty of protection in power it it is wrong to for" urge tribute from Arixouu hii'1 New Mexico an I States at last, providi J the? do a little amending to tbeii onstitutious. At'er the presidi ut vet i the joint resolution for tben admission, another hill whs pre pared and rushed through ('oiigri---to meet tbe I'resident'i objaotioi aud be nigned ;t Monday. Bot i -ton- tiiey arc admitted, tbey must eii'-h hohi an election making changes in their conatitntion Arizona to eliminate the judicial recall alauae, and New Mexico to miiKi- the amending ol its constitu tion easier in the future. Only the territories themselves onn now hold up the iaanance ol the proela - nation udunttiug them to state- hood, and after knocking at the dooi tor admieeion for twenty 1 yean it is not at all like!) that the people will refi:e the terms held out to them. Hut after Arisonu lie. (iinp a State w hat i- to prevent her people mi ii tew year- restoring j by amendment tbe judiciary recall to her constitution if thev nr.- ben I ii arrangement ha i u titad hy piedmont Kalr, thai hread, cake eatable he judged early In Hie r and then sold ut tin- lunch nl-. the proceed t" belong to the r. There will be, ul-o, the worn - building, 'in Industrial depart" it, where fancy goods nl ull d may be displayed and -"lit, per cent lo he the eommlalon tin- Fair Ka ten for ,. -i.-d i,"i to 'irL-i th.- ail ancement f their children beyond the itradea wlilch tii-y are assigned. The nld, won,., un escuae that the pupil will he diM'oiiraged if they must laki tin same work over again , due iinl rtand the t.-t In fact, the n -ft ilt nr. uauatly in the opposite direction If the Work Ii gone over agaii and underetood, tin- pupil will he nior.- Interested the next year and will work ' .I'm : to make his . i ad Un- next time. The Superintendent desire to tak. this opportunity to request parents i" keep thalr chMdren in school reg ilarly. It Is unreasonable to u iecl one boy or nirl to do tin work ol Ihe i-laeh that attends regularly When he or Mie does not attend rag ularly it i uaually the tudent thai should by all mean in- regular because "f hie poor work, that ie Irregular, and therefore not inter ested in his work Very much of the i r work in all grades "f the M I nan he directly traced to ir- regular alien, lance. l' l4 M M . Sllpt . ( it atid bruise n,u In- healed in si i one-third the time required by the uaual treatment by applying Chamberlain ' Liniment. It i un eutlHeptlr and cause such Injuries to in'ui without maturation Thl Plie barktaton Kuterprlse says between ",ii and lu,U0u i pie at tended tlie John Roblnaon' Circus tiu-re on the Ijth. There was not an arrest made inn u disturbance of any kind With ihi- large crowd QUAhlTY AjND Qb'AjNTITY IS A DISTINCTIVE FEATURE WITH liaakman s Drag Store. Why not bring us your prescriptions? We are better equipped than ever for this department. Toilet Articles. Sick Room Supplies. Dis infectants. Insecticides. Everything pertaining to a First-class Pharmacy. i Prfr riptaim neWulh omipouiidttl ED.M.LAAKMAN UKVJCC.IST Farmington, - . , . . Mo. ram CELKBRAIE ADMISSION DAY The Minsourians la the vicinity ill Pike' Peak celebrated Missouri Admission Day at Maultou, Colo., on August loth. More than resident and visitors of the Pike's 1'i-nk region jollied n HAJJ CUTTING SCRAPfc AI V LA 'I HIVtK. Klat icrn heir ind ri'iinioii r.-- of the Ol loblle pared d Colored picnic, on,- ,,f the I eaalon lielug un a between Maullui Hprlngs Mayor Henry 1- A erj ol "i,.. nolo Hprlngs, formerly of Clinton, and the retiring president ut the so i-iety, presided at a meeting in the afternoon . The day' fetivitieh ended with a dance at tin Mansion Hotel an II parlor. Mr. K. L. Mi- l ariand, formealy of St. Lonla, be intr hostess. Among tin- visiting Mlsaourhsn who took part m the celebration were Mi- Vida Murphy, Miss Kate K. Hunt. Mrs, i 1'. PattOII and Mrs. Kate Perrluger of Karmliigtou ; Mia Katheriue Huck of (We. Oene vieve, Mrs. Rdward Hchaal ol Hte. and Mr. Joe Ifong of h r. it- erioua, naj was tnd win daoning Ueuevlevi , and M i Butteriek and s. I-erlaktown. M ir ISltl A00 ai Is a f l-llol ri VI i . . lorad r in n - tieorge Mueller of Uoulplian tried to commit suicide m the loth by shooting himself In tin-mouth He will probably recover, us ttie shut dill lllll IlllVe effect lie expected. baal I Inn day uighl ut Klver dapol of tin- Illinois a lot of young men gathers way from a circus. It is aul the) were all more ..r less Intoxicated. Just how ii happened none of them appears to he aide tu tell, but Jim Dosing and Charley McKlnnej got into a fight ami Dosing slashed Mi Kinney in the side three times with a knife, the cuts penetrating the hol low. I he w ounds are Very hut at last accounts McKil getting alone vary wall probably recover if blood i does not set In. Oharlej Cunning ham, win. attempted to Interfere unit I atop the nht. whs slightly cut. Neither parly t,. the affair entered complaint and no arrests have bean made, but H la likely the (fraud Jury will take tin matter up for In v esi ik-ut ion. TKA1 HKR5 ' ONKJiRtNItt POSTPONEU TO SEPT 1 y. The Teachers' Conference ol st. Kraiicoi i-ounty will he held in KsrilllllgtOII Si nii inher l-i and M. By statute il I nes the duly of all teacher employed in tin- public schools of the COUnty to attend these meetings; and sine- recent changes in the school law- necessitate eer- I tain change in school policies, it is Imperative that every teacher be la attendance, A. H. AKtsMa, County Supt. I'uhlll- Ni l Is. boost it: talk it: sing it: dream it: what? THE FAIR AT FARMINGTON, MO., SEPTEHBER 12 to 16. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. RACES OF ALL KINDS: 7 rotting, Pacing, Three-Horse Relay, Slow Mule and Fast Mule Races. Everybody Come and Enjoy a Week of Fun and Pleasure. Get a Premium List, See What You May Have to Place on Exhibition and Brin it in. All Exhibits Hust be in by 10 A. M. Wednesday. Children Under 16 Years of Age Admitted Free Tuesday. THE DUST QUESTION HAS BEEH SETTLED A Twenty-five Thousand Gallon Water Tank Turned the Trick. It's good, cold spring water, too. The St. Francois County Railroad w ill give o-minute service from and to Flat River. Round trip 30 cents; children under 10 years of age, half fare. For further information, entry blanks, catalogue, plat of grounds, etc., address W. W. WATERS, Secretary.