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Published Every Thursday by The Farmington Times Printing Company. FAKM1NGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MO., XOVEMBKR 23, 1911. Volume 38 Number 47 ftftef. We Will Duplicate Any Club Offer of Magazines Peltv's Book Store TOWN AND VICINAGE Shop Mrty City Drug store. Uranbertiea at Cole v Nixon Mar. Co. School Tablet al Laakman' Drug store. s.-if-riMittt? Panoake PI ( Cola & Nixon Marc, t'.. a doe Una of Stationary at Laak man's Drug Btore. The CMrl of Ragle Banob" at tba Opera Houae to-night. Miss Kilith Halle ipant several cjays in St. Louis this week. Ilea Baeeon and Mrs. Cayoa re turned from st. Louii Monday Holly Boae fur your Chrlatmai Gifts all ilaaa al City Drug Btora. 1 s ur diaplay of Holiday Oooda. More oomple than ever. City Drug 8tnr. Born, November is. IM1, to the Wife of Krank (Irirlln f Hmite Ro. 2, a huh. 4 play of thrilling Intereet, "The Qlrl of Baffle Ranch " at the Opera Houae to-night, Mrs. Merrill Pipkin vialted bar .sister. Mrs. c. L. Norwlne, ut Bonne ! Terre last week. Cooking in paper imk's is the lateat novelty in good cooking. Ask al Petty' for them. Tin' must depandabla place fur j everything in the jewelry line la the Tetlay Jewelry Store. Mrn. J. I. Oof! and daughter, I Miss Olga, ..I Dealoge, were tba rueata of lira. J, B J one Monday. All kinds of (eWelry and wares eultable f"r wadding ami birthday present at the Tetlay jewelry store. Oat your Thanksgiving plc and dressed chicken from the Baptlal ladies, Wednesday. November 28, at the Pamoua. Mrs. Bond and Mrs. Davis of I ronton came over Tuesday to visit Mrs. Locaa, who ha beenulte ill for some time. Rev. ('. K. Hiekek, Philip 8. Cola, Oenrge and Bryan Foster are enjoy ing a hunt thl week In the hiiiH of Washington eonnty. I'lace your orders for Thanksitiv lug Turkey with us and he sure you will gel It, either alive or dressed. I'ole A Nixon Mercantile Co. The Totley J owelty Store is attent for the Cahle pianos and plana player The most satisfactory In atrumenta are to he obtained there. Mr. August Manga and his sister, Miss Maffffl, arrived home last Friday from a visit of several weeks with friends in the State of Louisi ana. Do you want something good for your Sunday dinner'.' (Jo to the King's Daughter ' Market at The Times office Saturday afternoon, Nov. i"). Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mraham leave to-day for Chicago, whore they will spend some time with their Hon, Dr. Jules Hraham. Their address will be 2868 W. Van Huren street. Messrs. Harry Phillip and Hen ry Moll have bought out the hard ware and farm implement hnsinesH of Mr. J . T. Claywall, and will take poHHO sshm about the first of Janu ary. The Bapti! ladies will furnish plea moat any kind you want for your Thanksgiving dinner; also dressed chickeiiH. At the PatUOUl Wednesday, Mov. 28. Thing sold pretty well at Mr. Na than Howleti's recent sale. One brood mare brought (380, a mule colt 1188, and a fnur-niotuhs-old colt 74. Of murse it was good stock to brltlg these prices. The local address of the Plotter Lead Company, Mr. W. I. Hltt, manager, has been changed from Bonne Terre to Karmington. Mr. Mitt removed with his family t" our city a couple of weeks ago. The host and largest line of watches is to he found at the old and well-estahlished Tetloy Jewelry Store. Watches of every descrip tion and price gold, gold-filled, sil ver, nickel cases and reliable timekeepers. inivii! We Will 1 Lav, Cranberries Celery F'resb Oysters Chestnuts Cauliflower Lettuce Radishes Parsley Grapes Apples Oranges Bananas Grape Fruit Washed Figs Cluster Raisius Fruit Cake Bread. Eto. TWO PHONES 119 The Preabyterlan ladies will have their market on Wednesday before Thanksgiving at Cole Ar Nixon's. Mince and pumpkin pies, bread, rakes and other good things. Wed nesday. Nov . lMJtli . Joseph Smith died at his home in Dealoge Sunday, Novemher 18, aged IIS years, seven months ami 19 day. The body was taken to Frederick- town for burial, where funeral ser vices were held on Tuesday at St. Michael Pariah Church, Mr. Hltt, or the Pioher Lead Com pany, with headquarter at Penn ington, and Mr. Amaling, the dia mond drill man, were ill this city Wednesday. 'They wont out on a scouting tour somewhere.-- Freder ick tow n Democrat-News. Hishop Daniel S. Tuttl of the Fpiscopal Church, from SI. Louis, will preach in the Karmington Prea byterlan Church Friday evening, Dec. 1st, at ! 90 o'clock. All are cordially Invited to attend Huh ser vice. Flat Rivet papers please copy. Yesterday morning Mr. J. E. Co ver received a telegram from Pasa dena, Cal., saying that Mr B A. Swiuk had undergone a surgical op eration Tuesday morning, and at the time the telegram was tiled he was doing well. The surgeon suid that he would get along all right. Mr. Swink has long suffered with stomach trouble, which more than a year ago was diagnosed as ulcera tion, hut ho was dieted and got so much bettor that an operation at the time was not thought necessary. since removing to Paaadena, the trouble returned and the operation Tuesday morning was the result. His relatives and friends hero hope for his speedy recovery. BALFH BINGHAM IS COMING ' Kalph Kingham, the world-noted entertainer, violinist, pianist, anil baritone singer, Is coming to F'arm Inffton soon as the third number of the Lyoeum Kntertainmont Course. Hingham lias appeared in Farming ton once before and all who hoard him then say that they want to hear him again. Ho sure and watch for the date. Marvin Klllot of Maplewood has bought HI) acres of land in Hutler county and will establish a chicken farm. Miiiisis DON'T OVERLOOK OUR URANITE The Missouri Capitol Commission composed of Mer. K. . Stephen- ,,f Columbia, .1. a. c H filer of Olencoe, a. a. S r id chamois and Theodore Lacafl ol Nevada, have been ground luai ting the stone quarries of the State f,,r stone to lie used m the building ol the new Capitol. They have I n to Jasper and to Oreen count lea, ami were an nounood to leave Springfield the I at tar pari ot it week to examine the qnarrla ol Jackson county. We suppose they Will visit Southeast Missouri soon, anil we should see to it that they come t.. St. Francois county and take a look at our gran ite quarrlaa. BIG REVIVAL MEETING BEGUN AT FLAT RIVER. BvaugelUt Orvllle Edgar Hamil ton and Wlfeof the Christian Church, assisted by Mr. ami Mr. Charles Stewart, evangelist singers, opened a revival meeting at Flat River last Sunday. A large tabernacle has been erected near the Christian Church sufficient t,, accomodate over a thouaand people, and line the beginning or the meeting the tab ernacle hus been Oiled every night. people coin from Btvlni, Dea loge and all the surrounding towns, and although the meetings have been in progress but u lew days the greatest interest is being aroused. The meetings w ill continue three or four weeks and perhaps longer f the Intereet manifested and the suc cess in bringing people to the Christ warrant it. Evangelist Hamilton is a pleasant and forceful speaker and holds the attention ol hi audiences from slurt to flnisl Mr. Stewart, who direct, the Bluffing service, and his wife, who not only has a sweet and inelodlou voice, but sings with the spirit ot under tending, have charmed the people, Tbey are nil earnest workers, and it is part of the program, understand, to In stitute a houae to house vieltation during Hie day, especially among Member of the Church, and to get all who have not yet done so to , place their letter ami membership with one of tin nirreffationa in the Lead Holt, and to thro- their influ ence Into the work. The Intereet manifested in the meeting at the start gives promise of much success. MISSION SOCIETIES TO MEET IN KARMINGTON There will he a joint mooting of thc Home and the Foreign Mission J Societies or the M. E. Church, South, or Parmiuffton district, in I Parmiuffton, on November 27-2828, Miss Bennett, president al the Woman' Missionary Council, will be present, and will deliver an ad dress Monday evening, November 1 27th, ! Mrs. Sherzer, recording secretary of the Woman's Home Mission So ciety, ami Mrs. Craves, secretary of tin- st . Louis district of Woman's Hone- Mission Societies, will be here. Mrs. Leith, president or the Won,. i an's Foreign Missionary Societies, I l.uu 1....... i. ,.-!... I ... ........( .1 imn ,",-ii iimmi ,,. , m in,- ni',. lug. A good program has been ar ranged foi the three-days meeting. and a I ral invitation is extended to everybody to he present. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mouno have left their farm on Mlllcreek and are now living in the old club house, on College Hill; they have routed their farm. Mr. Mounoe, who is 76 years or age, whh born in Monroe county, Indiana, in 1838, at the age of fj years, ho removed to Ht. Francois county with his parents. Remaining there until 1867, he came to Madison county and three years later was married to Miss Ellen 'Iray, an or phan girl. In 1871 Mr. Mounoe pur chased the tract of land on Mill creek, throe miles south of this city, Where he and his wife resided con tinually up to the time they came to this city, a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Mounoe are the parents of eight children, six of whom wore horn at the old home, hut Divine Power has seen fit to call six of them to rest, and only two of this number. Mr. Henry Mounee, of Cornwall, and Mrs. D. L, Dolaney. of Pennington, are left to eemforl their parents. Mr. Mounee and his good wife, the latter 7(1 years old, are in good health, and from all ap pearances will enjoy life many years to come. Tbey will have been mar ried 51 years, January 18, 11112. Krederlcktown Democrat-News. EVE POWDER BURNED Last Monday evening, after a day' hunt mi the Klnkead farm, and a- he was firing his last shot at a rabbit, Hugh May berry had his right eye tw,. i I by a hack' Br, and the light side of his luce llghtl) powder-burned, Dr. smith Who removed the powder grain tti eye, lay it I not seriously In jured and will not affect the sight. Hug! i- fortunate that the accident was no worse, HI. ITER MAIL FACILITIES The local freight mi the Belmont branch ol the iron Mountain rail road is again running from Bis man1.. tli change taking place lust I Monde; 'The train leaves there in , the morning, and will carry the 'mail n aehing Bismarck on the fast ; morning mail train for points smith I mi tie- branch. 'This will bring us I tin- t . Louis morning papers and I Other mail from throe to lour hours leather than We have been getting l them. MARKET MARKET: The King' Daughters of the . Christian Church will hold their Market on Saturday, Nov. -'. at Tin Time- office. Plenty ot good : thing to eat. Pin home-made can day Telepl your order to Mrs. Dtllard, president, phono 162, KROLUEK RECITAL POSTPONED Lad week's paper announced that K. i! Kroeger would give hi- piano recital at the Opera House on De 1 oamber Nth, but a latei mceenffe from , him stated that it will he in , islble for him to do ao on the above date. Tin- exact date will he given later. AN EVENING OF MUSIC Mr. K.vii;:: t- McFadden will give a short pipe-organ recital at the M. E. Church on Thanksgiving even ing. November 38th. All are in vited. BANK NOTICE The hanks ol Pennington will bo closed ail day on Thurtday, Ko vember 38, (Thanksgiving Let Is Supply Your Thanksgiving Table Cranberries WE Pineapples Celery CAN Malaga Grapes Lettuce Waxy Lemons Apples, Oranges DOIT English Walnuts Bananas, Figs BETTER 1Vai,s From the Turkey to the Last Finishing Touches When you get it at KLEIN'S it is always fresh, sweet and wholesome. We may not have named all you want for your Thanksgiving Dinner, but just call up EIGHT-OH and ask, and you'll be sure to get what you asked for. KLEIN GROCER CO. LICENSED TO MARRY. Nov. 17, J. B. Treaitar and ttlai Gilia B. (iraf uf Bprott. Is, .hum - ('. Dodaon "f Da Soto iiikI Miss Itertlm K. linnets of Farmington. 18th, Irvlu Orr l Arcadia iiud Mis- Banna McKay of Elvlne. Isth, Clarence B, MoCreery of Bontia Terre H. K. I). No. 1 and Mi- Ghraoe Phillip of Annlevllle, Ark v nth, Durey Harnhuuse and Miss Elisabeth Maninan of le Run. JOth, Richard Ockuuire ami Mat tie iturkH triiioredi uf Parmlnifton , L"J(I, Arthur t'alvert anil Miss Nel lie Ruaaatl t Bonn Terre. LarOJP Heetley einpluynd In a saw mill in Butler county had hit) am cut off by belu i: caiiKht in the. ina chinery on the 11th. ZLffi'4rV i 1mm LOSES VALUABLE COW. A valuable Hulstein halter b"lnn- lng to Clarence Alexander died last, Tueiday Dlgbt and was found by him early yesterduy niornliiK. Bha wiis tpparently in aood oondltton tl venlllg before and the cause of ili :, tli is not known. Bhe vvas v ery Bite anltnal, about two years old, and valued at iCIoO. When Maria Boitic, an old mam my ol Pladntoiit, died ii,-: weak, all tin- -inres were oioeed during the funeral. She was an years old. NO HUNTING. Poaltlvely n huntdng is allowed mi unv n! in' farms. K. R. Swink. A three-foe, snake was killed in front f the City Hull at Poplar lil,.;! on the Itith. FOUR WEEKS TILL CHRISTMAS Christmas Gifts rive Homethtng ( r Christ rtMti that ia useful a well as beautiful Something that ia used every day and lasts a long time. Footwear makea a must appropriate and acceptable ritt lr every member of the Family rom Grandfather to the Baby. W a r m . comfortable Slippers and Shoes, foot warmers, leggins, over ahoes, fine shoes f o r dress wear, daintv hosi ery, 111 i4f L 1 tup hunts fot the Inns, red too jockey iuuit for the children all make desirable Christ mas gifts. And tlir prices are not too hiirh. Do Your Christmas Buying Now KAR5CH5 Farmington, Flat River. SUNDAY MATINEE Mr. T. v. Brown ha determined to put on u Sunday afternoon matl nee ;l J,j in,, villi: picture show (Amuaemanl Theatre). The tub- jt'ets shown will be of an instrue- the as well as ntrtalnina charac ter, along Biblical ami moral educa tional lines. Next Sunday ufle; noon from 2 to 4 o'olook, tie- suii- jeets will he "Herod and the New Horn KluR, Die Maccabees'' and some instructive historical scenes Mr. Brown believes that this Sun day matinee feature ol Ills show will prove a benefli to the young people, and glva them some battel place to while away their Siindav afternoon than the streets and the hall parka, where so many of them congregate to smoke and indulge in profltlea.i talk and goaalp, it labia purpose to try to glva to these Sun (lay matinees a moral ami uplifting tone that can leave only good im pressions on the minds of those who attend them, and hopes In he encouraged in his purpose. MOTHERS AND PATRONS CLUB BAZAAR AT FLAT RIVER The Mothers ami Patron Club will give their llrst bazaar for Christ mas (harities, Saturday alter and evening, December 2d, at the i stic Science building in Plat River. There will I,,, a beautiful doll booth. At the novelty and fancy work booths attractive and usefi.l articles will he displayed, and the candy booth will contain all kinds f homa-mad candy. Dainty re reehment will be served at the ea, chocolate and coffee booth and les, cakes, chicken, etc., will he for sale In the white kitchen. The llsh pond will be a delight to ti e children. BARNHOUSE -NAUMAN Mr. Doray Barnhouae and Miss r.li.ah'th NaUman were (jointly married on Monday evening, No vember 111, at S o'clock, by Judg" A. W. Rimer, at his residence in Due Kim. The wedding fame as a sur prise to tir ir friend. Thee young people are atiiotiif the most highly respected of Doe Hun. The Time Joins their many friend in congrat ulations and good wishes for their happiness and prosperity. WANTED Middle-aged lady for housekeeper for widower with small family ; light work, no washing. Address J. W. Okanav, Farmington, Mo.