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armmoion Volume 38: FARMINGTOX, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBFtt ion vm t - -'W 1 QUEEN OF ALFERINO. TOWN AND VICINAGE "Th Quean nf Alferl " School Tablet ai Laakman'a Druit Store. Miss Qsrtis I'flty Is in si. Louis for u short v isit. . But line of Stationary at l.aak mau's Drug Store, Miss KUie Cayoe spent tha first it tha woak in St. Loula. Mrs. l. 1.. Delaney vielted friends in Prederloktown tins week, Mtm. Will I.nti spent a ooupla of day a in si. koala this araak . .Mrs. MoUia bong hu ftotio to Hot Bpring tn ipend several araak a. Mrs. K I,. Bpangh mid Miss Rntll wara St. Louis viiitor tins araak . Mrs. (i. n. William of Flat Rlvar vialtad friend in town Wednaaday. Sea tha Queen Friday evening, November 10, at the Opera Bouae. Mrs. Philip Dole rlaitad her sis ter, Mrs. Hnifli M. GregOr, at Poto ai last week. See tii" apleadora of a royal court at the Opera Houao, Friday evening, November in. Mr. and Mrs. James Murria and little daughter) Eugenia, were in si. Loula mis week. Cooking in paper bags lathe lateat novelty in Rood oooklng. Ask at Petty' fr then. Miae Settle, who haabeen visiting at Charleston, is again tha guest of Mrs. J. N. Allan. Mr. Luther K. Peer lefl Tueaday fur (iiiiiisville, Texas, and will Win tar ill I ialvcston . Tin' moat dependable plan' for everything in the Jewelry Una la tha Tetlay Jewelry store. Mrs. W. T. Halle is entertaining Mrs. 11. I,. Cap and her daughter, Miss Virginia, of Maple wood. "The yu 1 of Alferlno" at the Opera Houao, Friday evening, No vember 10. Tlokata at Pemou, Mr. J11I111 Albert, line id Bouti No. I'k most substantial farmers, was in 0Wn on business Monday. All kinds of Jewelry and wares auitable for wedding and birthday preaenti at the Tetley Jewelry Store, "The Queen of Alferlno," an operetta, by Charles Hess, at the Opera House, Friday night, Novem ber in. Mis. I, life Johnson and little In,, by of Federal, Flat Kiver, visited her mother, Mrs F'. L.SpaUgh, this Week . Judire B. K. Swink attended the funeral of Hon. Norman J. Col umn as one of tin- honoury pull baarera. Hear Ml Morris aing in "The Queen of Alferlno" at the opera Houae, November 10, Ticketa at Pemou. The V. ('. T. I'. Will meet lit the raaidanoe of Mrs. Pranoiioo on Tuesday afternoon, November 14, at - o'olook. Mr. S. T. Oreaham, State Super visor of Building and Loan Aaeo Oiatloni, is here this week shaking hands with old friends. Were you aver in a royal court? jl) cents will take you there Friday evening, November 10, nl the Opera House. Tickets at Famous. Mr. KM II. AuBuohon, one of Parry townabip'i thlfty and proKress ive farmers, was transacting busi ness in Pennington Monday. The Tetley Jewelry Store is agent for the Cable pianos and piano players The most satisfactory In trument are to he obtained there. Messrs. J. P. Murphy, I, inn Mat- kin, Tom Coxey , I'eter and Slier- OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY, NOV. 10 "Huth Bernie," the beautiful horse In, in the ( lardy atablee, won two second, a third and a fourth prizes in the elae in which she was exhibited al the 8t, Loula Horse Show. Right hundred and twenty-two hunter's licenses have been issued in the OOU n ty the present year Since the Brat of the present mouth up to Tuesday evening IIS had been issued. Rev, ('. K. Hickok and lir. J. A Waterman ol the State Honltl were appointed delegate to the ion ferenee of Charity ami Correction DEATH OF MRS. C. H FLEMING FUNERAL SATURDAY, NOV. 11 our community I made sorrowful by the death of Mrs. Fleming, beloved wife Fleming, which nocurn Thursday mornlmr. thy of nil our ; pie goe family in i he great ort reavemenl that has co home. Mrs. Planting i heloved for her mini Bobia Ward r Or, c. it d al 3s30 thil The sympa s mil to the and be- ome to this wa greatly harming and City this if the Se. Cundlff, BuralUt, in of which meets ni Kauaai week. Mr. J.J. CundllT, editor dalia Capital, ami w. K manager of the Missouri Kansas City, came In jester aCOOUUl of the serious illli their mother. Mrs. L. J.Ciindiff. Mr, and Mrs. S. It. McKay ol Knox City, Mo., who have been vis Iting relatives here, will return home this week. Mr. McKay was at tie National Hospital for a short time where he was operated on. The best and largest lii f watches is to be found at tl Id and wall-eatabliahad Tetlev Jew. in Store. Watches of every descrip tion and price gold, irold-fllled, sil ver, nickel cases and reliable time keepers. Among the delegate named by Oovemor Hadley to the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congreea to be held at Kansas City Nov. II to 17, are Congreaaman Walter L, Hens ley and former Congreaaman Polltte Bh ins. Mrs. B. A Hotter went t,i ste, Genevieve Saturday to attend the ft ral of Miss Sallie Shaw. She will visit her sister. Mis. Henry Boaler, and then gn to Cape Girar deau to visit her daughter, Mrs. Paul li. Laming, Prof. P. I,. McFerrin, the accom- pliahad pianist, who taughl at Car leton College for several year, is now in New York (Jit) attending the music school of which Dr. Frank Dauirosck is director. His add res is 4ii Weal 121 at street Dl id II , gentle trait "f character, The funeral will take place Satur day afternoon at the Presbyterian Church, at which Rev, ( !, K. Hickok and B, M. falbert will offl elate. i .Mrs. Flemlng'a father, Major It. i F. Ward of Marion, Ark., who has ! been liere for a couple ol weeks with his daughter, left for home Tuesday , ' not anticipating her demise so soon, and was not with lo t in her last mom ents, hut will return for tha funeral. ILLNESS OF MOTHER CALLS REV BAILEY TO KENTUCKY. ' Mi Kev. J. m. Bailey, pastor of the I ' ( 'hristian ( hutch at this place, waa ' called to Xinlm Ky , this week Jum on account Of llie serious illness nf wo,., BAD WRECK ON I. M. MANY INJURED. rani paaaenger train No.Uwaade. railed ;,: Arcadia, on the St. Loula. A Southeru railroad morning while run- s d. Six coaches d. Train Auditor 1). Hutchlnge of st. Louis wa sari I) injured and may uol recover. A. N'oonan, brakeman, and B. L. hnaou, express uieaaanger, of St. ml, wi re both badly hurt, Twen two pasaetigera were injured, but eaday high erturn his mother Mr. Bailey holding a revival meetim county, Mo., the past went direct from i hi re. quanee of his absence th no preaching at the church next Sunday. has been in Shelby Week und In oo n sc ire will be ( 'hristian n Surgi Ir J . L, Raton rck. sceumnniiiad hv t)..s.,- to and Bismarck physicians, were huri inl to the sc.-i f t,,. wreck. Tin injured were taken to Missouri Pacific Hoapital in St. Louis. Traf fic Wa delayed six hours. Conductor Klmmeu and Bugl- Bee I I rank Williams, in charge of tin- traiu, escaped uninjured. MISS BLEECK ENTERTAINS. - Miriam Hlceck, class of 1912 mwond Seminary, entertained ae of 1912 and 1913 and the it College Department of Elm-j at her horn i Monday even- Miss Lulu May Winn, presi-j and Miss,.s Mabel Powell I ami Agnes Hauganof the fac-l I Blmwood assisted in enter-I ig, Various games and music CITY DRUG STORE E. J. LAWRENCE, Mjjr. PhwM Farming!, n. Mo. A complete stock of Drugs. Patent Medicines, Stationery, Cigars. Per fumes and Toilet Articles. E7ERYTEIJTC FODSD IK A 0P-TD-2ATE DRUG STORE If We Havn't What You Want We Will Get It. See Our Display of Holiday Goods About November 20th. PETITION TO OPEN STREET DEFEATED Inn den Shi nltj I tail I Wei I and lor WEDD1NU BELLS TO CHIME PRE MO BAKERY SUFFERS Last Thursday evening Miss M j - heavy loss by fire. ra Milch. dl entertained al dinner a 'ci a. , , 1. -ion iiHKi iy a. u. Murphy, manak'er i was ,li enjoy Miss II The petit i. Hoard of Aide Ing to open Cl tin- Catholic ( would take tl, church hiiihtu presented I., the li ai October meel mbia street through rch grounds, which ir.sent s,. ,, d,,. Hi uga it.- durinii iche (la lead Host w yaauth, Missel Misses and e grounds consldera- Inst Mot,-! pui to a lo 1. All j question j The "Queen of Alferlno" lor the benefit of Carieton College" at the Opera House to-morrow Friday, under the auspices of the Ladies Aid cd the M. F".. Church. This is a delightful operetta and will insure you hu evening's pleasant entertain ment . Don 't miss It. Uev. C. K. Hickok was chosen secretary of the committee appoint ed at the reoent meeting nf the s.v nod of the Preabyterlan Church ut Kansas City to raise a fund Of 9690,- IKHI lo improve and enlarge the in- atltution under charire nf the Prea byterlan Church. Mrs. Saruh A. 1'resnell has sent out cards announcing the marriage of her daughter, Miss Violet En- genta, to Mr. Frank Daniel Druding at Denver, Colo., mi November 2, 1911, After a short trip F:ast, they will he at home at St. Francois af ter December i. Miss Preanell is a sister of Mrs. C.J. Adaini of Flat River, and has many friends here who wish them both reai happi ness, Last Thursdsy morning about eleven o'clock the roof of the John son House the old (ten. M. Wilson residence-OSUght fire near the chimney, hut was toon extlnsruished by our efficient tire department with only Slight damage to the roof. An other fire alarm was sounded Thurs day llight, hut l( proved to he only a burning Hue at the Dalton House. As a precaution It would he well for all house keepers to have the Hues of their homes cleaned out hefere the hie winter tires are started. Twins were recently horn to the ill 1 1 in two, was taken up for lion at the hoard meeting day night, and mi being vote was defeated by ii pro idtng bearing mi th ! were dismissed. I lie new church, which the ( all ollca purpose building, will occupy the sit,, of the present building. DAUQHTKRS OF RFBKKAH DISTRICT CONVFNTION. The degree team or the Farming- ton Log of Kehekahs went to Prederlektown yesterday to attend Hie district convention of (he order and to lead in the decree work at the masting last night. Anions mnl let! pre and terl Kill F.st Bel Hull and Churl,, u and Misses Rlsn Swink and Ollla M lor Colleire. evening, the Jan prize for from the Those Winn, Slime Dorothy But- the rds ar (lal "sillitl Lindsay, Mihhi I Miriam Bleeck Louise Morris, Emma Mason. Martin he Sale, iy Bailey d Mo il '13; i I ara Emily if 13, Ruth i .i u ii - number nl tier young friends al the home of her parents, Judge and Mrs. Jett D Mitchell, when her en- gagement was announced to RdwarH .... , .. . . wnistie soon lirotial Swink, eldest son of judgs and brigade with the ho., r. is,, Dwioa. inemarnag will lake place next Wednnsdaj the loth. The L'tlests at the ftri nouncemeni dinner were Missi Huth Mpaugh, Leans and Alice Col Ailuii and Ruth Sw ink, Alma Smit Bass Cover, Edna Wai Lawri'i und Roberta Tetley. Tl announcement was quit a RUrprls to the friend of these popula Mill hi vered to h i Hie between one and two o'clock Wednesday mornina. and n I mt the tile Thm tin- l ii. I aught In or near the roll-top desk t the end ,,f tl ni... , .. " riidit side, a large hole had been s burned in the floor, ana ,. s,,,r ' room wus filled with smoke and ' Maines. the Kami.. ,.ri...i i a us it sts ..i ,n. ,i. aioug the shelves on that sid- to the nont, wl the nr.. brigade arrived. The fronl door had to be forced lo 'cl j.l the I re hill .. I .1... they will mulch. ink ! "'' :'L'' "ream was poured In' the blase waa those dame Evan Tetlej loll, .1 W. H i trace Emma, Mamie th Mi C iiininy J. L. Counts, Samu'l J, Tetley, Qeorge A. H. m. Dalton, Ran Bying hu Doughty, Dock Mack ley, Kottger, L. A. Short, Miss.-s Hamilton, Mary Thomas, Ida ami Mamie Lorens, 'hsefer. Ilnsa and Mm,, i, Green Lima Beans in Cans 10C They are Delicious klein Qro. Co. soon extinguished The shelvln aim natures along the right sid Kitchen Shower at Oak Drove Farm Were scorched and blistered mi l t Misses Ruth and AltUS Swink en- goods UN the shelve,, isistin.- tertalned about thirty guests Mon- "ned goods ami fancy iroceriei day afternoon In honor of Mlu Mv- were badly dam aired, a mi, , ,ra Alton M Itchel I . whose annroai i . i 1 1 1 1 1 1 snow , in marrlaae to j. Edward swink was announced last Thursday even Iiik. After being ass hied each girl was asked to write some advice . twenti or ! -,. feet from t. locatl f the fire were thoroughly kid: and the gOOda on the shelves in the left si, Cunningham, Alma Presnell ! Messrs. H. M. Dal I Fr. i Karsch. ami perliaps others ' , names we did not learn, and il M, day night at 11:00 p, in. and the Kirl was horn at 12: 10 a. in., sothev have different birthdays, Of... .., Bl. -..I , limn urni hi iiiniunM . w.-,.' f i' ,. . . .,, , ,, . , , ,,, ,, wife of Ira (Hover, who lives near yesterday on husiness with ( utility Dexter. The hoy was horn on Fr. v mi it. Mi. and Mrs Walter Morris, Misses Beth Halle and l'eari Clnr day and Mr. Bverat darker were Horse Show visitors In St. Louis last week. Rev. J. A. Wood will begin a re- Vlval meeting at Marvin Chapel next Sunday, November 12th. He will he assisted hy Rev, Robert Lear, evangelist. The interior of the City Drug Store has undergone some Improvement that greatly add to its sppearanos, The walls and Celling have heen frescoed in panusls, the gpW parts of the windows k'lven a auhdiied leaded K'lass effect and new Klass counters have been added, Klvltijf. u pleasant effect to the whole interior. Candy Home Made 20c pound Every Saturday see window Klein Grocer d LETTER FROM M H WESTOVER Ski. ma, c.vi... Oct. .in. Editor Parmlngton Times: I am sending subscription for The Times. I enjoy Its weekly vis its very much ; it is to ma like the visit of a deur good friend every Tuesday morning. I am w. ii pleased with my adopted State; this is a (food country to live in. 1 have had (food health here and prospered he yond my expectation; have a twenty-acre fruit ranch of apricots, peaches and grapes. We have hud Rood crops every year with fairly good price, I would like very much to have some of my old "friends come out and live near me, hut if you are making (food where ymi are, don't sell your home t make a ohange, if one is willing to work this Is a good place to make a new! home. California has adopted w orn an suffrage, Hope they will make 00d and prove the theory of the' suffragette, Yours very respectfully, M. H. Wuht'.vkh STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Squire D. L. Rivers or Elvln was stricken with paralysis last Monday BOrnlng and Is iii a serious tion. He has heen in very poor health sine about two years when, following an attack oi pneumonia, lie was taken with dropsy. After a time he tallied somewhat and up peaied to he ffettltiK batter. For n . oiiii.-..i v.-ei,H ne has heen con fined to his home and bed, and earl last Monday morning suffered a se vere stink.- of paralysis. FARM RESIDENCE BURNED A llve-r 1 log-hoUB on W. F. Hoy's farm, about two miles north "I town, and occupied by Abe Baton and hia family, was destroyed hy tire last Saturday evening between and li o'clock. Mr. Baton left with his family for Flat River about an hour before the lire was discovered, and practically all of his household imods were destroyed before neigh bora could gat there to save HIT. thinff. The I Mr. Hoy for carried no Im hold noods. f.150 nan was insured but Mr, Bai e on his hou In WEEK OF PRAYER. NOV 1318 Miion Societies M E Church, South Monday Nov. I.I- Praise sodCon secratlon; Mrs. M. L. Alexander, leader. Tueaday, Nov. U Brevard Insti tute (Hotna); Kio de Janeiro i For eign); Mrs. A. I,, Orten, leader. Wednesday, Nov. 15 Foreign and Home Mission Qulx; Mrs. 8sm Isenmsil, leader, Thursday. Nov. Hi - An Admlnls-j nation Qnls) Mrs. j.j Westover, hiider. Friday, Nov. 17 A Bugls Call; Mrs. H. f, Crowe, leader. Saturday, Nov. 18 A Call to Si lent Prayer; Mrs. H. It. Lsdbetter leader. Sunday, Nov. In Sermon. In a i k daintily sketched with re more or lea damsged by muoke wedding balls and hearts. The re- nd the Intense heat. The desk and freshmenta were creamed oysters on ''e where the lire started were wafers, celery, cheese, creamed po- ! completely consumed and the papers tatoes, coffee ami olives. . and hooks in the desk destroyed After this the hriilc fleet mm lab. HoW the lile -' nf ,1 lu lull en to a table over which i The loss is considerable, but how I white hell, which when opened dis- Kraal cannot he clearly estimated closed many useful articles thai go i 1,11 inventory is made of the tn make a home-like kitchen ; among I tO0K which is insured it will them were found an alarm Clock, a Weak or ton days to clean up pudding dishes mnl stew pans of "d gt things straightened out, but various slsea, sad irons, allumlnum M "" damage was done to the hak skillet and porcelain pare pan a "Vfi P"rtent, orders for bread churn, scales, waahlng machlns and ' """" '" ",:'";v "Jlng i iumer..us ... farminoton boy scouts ntion, After hearing the book of , , advlc. and good wis,,.., ,.,,, which ,. K0DIB 00UT8.B 5 created no little amusement, the 1 '"' "'""'' Boy Beoata want the guests departed over to Bonne Terra last Saturday and engaged the Hoy Scouts of that Houmhoid 8iiowm . place In an exciting game of foot- Mrs. Sam'1 J. Tetley assisted ! ,,a"' ewm hock home with a .Miss Iloliarta in entertaining in S I hnut of victory they won by a most daMfhlful way Tuesday after- r of JO to 6, Harvey Raile snd noon In honor of Miss Myrs Mitch- M,'.v,'rs Maybsrry were the Farm ed, who U to bo married next Wed- while Irvin Son starred nesday t.. Mr. Kdward Swink. Tha 'or nne Terra. All the Farming house was decorated in red aiid,S''""ls P''yd well and together, green. The dining room was ar- ! T'"' " as follows; tlstically draped in smllax and red Earmlngton Position Itoi Terre hearts, and here a buffet lunch ii....!.'i," .A'''"1"'', ghiewalt """f" - Oori. Swink & rffiSSa Henry1'00'1 and Florence Mitchell assisted in Murrlll left tackle Wheelina the lervlttg. After luncheon the H'"er right tackle Smith guet of honor was presented with a : S' , '!"'" !", 5?lgeti .ar.. cloth,, haske, in which were , g ? ft JSg ft? many useful and beautiful things. H.Halle left half Messy 1 here were u number of entertain- ""yoerry right balf Colai 'lKI'rs tun Son There II be another iram,. ha. Itween these two teams in Farming Ion in the near future. Mil All, Am The Dunklin Democrat of Ken nett says the farmers of tbatcountv will receive L',l)OO,000 for their cot ton this year. LICENSED TO MARRY NOV. ' J. A. Henrich .,,! Hive Qarner of Farmlnift, 3d, Michael Cohut and Miss M srebant ,,r Bonus Ten,.. 3d, Plea Wilson and Mil Francis of Flat River. M, Oscar M. Marshall of St. Fran cois tnwoabfp and Miss Daisy Pink erton ,,r Lead wood, 1th, j. it. Tburman and Miss iiei tha Sllvey of Flat River. 1th, John W. Denton ami Mis, Edna P. Bumpier of Leadwood. The court house at Jackson cost $1111,000 Instead of i(i(i,7U0, and tl Cape Republican saya it is the big gest piece of botch work ever ssan. Ing features during the afternoon Favorite receipts, architectural plans and fortunes were written and presented to the bride-elect. In the ''A Lover's lloina ," MlSS- So far this season. 774 hunters cWed fft "' 't?" Swi"k;"--''.ohu,i "5 an led off the honors. I here wara lison county. present Misses Leanna and Alice I .... Cole, Run, Rpaugh, Alma and Ruth ,, ,', " vl """''"'K the Bynod of swink, Edna Ware, Nell., Rook, Probyfrlan Churoh will be at Dorothy Butterfleld, Bartha Mitch- ' " " '' ' ell, Byrd Dillard, Elsie Rider, Lulu .. Counts, Anna Craig, Augusta Law rence, Bthel Morris. M, -dames John Doughty and Florence Walker. NO HUNTING Positivsly no bunting i- allowed Hi suy of my farms. B. B. Sw ink. Mr. Lemuel Bhsppard Of Doniphan was Wl year old on the ,:ist ult., ;:il is !..,;, ,,nd hearty. His wife is M years "Id and is also in good leitltli lu the block on which lie Here are four other persons : .re over HO. NEW CROP Oranges SWEET AND VERY JUICY 30c Poz. Klein Qro. Co.