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County Court Proceedings
Ifter examination by Urn. Down-
llIK "tut Robin Ot! John Flora u
declared insane unci ha was ordored
committed t state Hospital No. 4.
Ami B. HoKanala Bled the County
Treaaarer'e reoalpl for IMG sub
Huribed for Improvement of the Lib
ertyvllla mid Waaley Uhapal road,
and tbe court appropriated an aiiiii
tional HBO for tame purpoaa.
T. It . Coxey Bled Treaaurer's re
eeipt lot fii aubaorlbad lot Int
provemant of Bismarck ami iron
Mountain road and tbaoourt appro
priated an additional amount of 600
ior sunn- purpose, and appointed
Mr. t'oxcy superintendent of ex-
pendlture.
j K. Sawyei presented Treaau-1
rer's r lot for W00.00 aubaorlbad
no Improvement ol the Bismaroa
and Leadwood toad and ti rt
appropriated an additional 1401 for
same purpose and appointed Mr.
SaWe superintendent ifl expend!-
turn.
1 1, t . lahn preseuted Treaaurei '
receipt fur jtltl'i subscribed for Im
provement ot the Kraukclaj ami
Irondale road, ami the in appro-
prlated an additional t'-'l fi same
purposi . ami tpMiintad H. 14- Me
Karikud a superintendent ol ex
penditure. T. H. Beat nave bond for l,flOU
undet itracl to furnish topdrese-
lug ami riprapplng foi I
road.
H. a . Thomure was i
cense t" keep drainshot
M ary1
ranted li
lt Cant-
Will.
N. A. Counts, John Horti
K
M. Bradley, J. T Plnkaton and oth
ers, under the name ot the Salem
Kami Telephone Line Co., wen
-ranted permission o c struct and
maintain a telephone line, to start
from the Parnilngtoii and I. end it-1:
telephone line on the st Louis road
and extend northward to the couuty
line, approximately four miles.
The SherlM reported sale under
school fund toortuuiie of VY II.
Walttnan of lots 40 and 41 ot Isaac
W. Harry's subdivision of part ot
northeast quarter ol southweal
quarter ol section 17, township !lo,
range 5.
Warr.mlH laauud:
H MoKenale, road Imp t !I7'i.0O
John Marshall, services M
. M board ol appeals
T. K Marnett , same
A. VY. Kiner, same
August Thompson, same
I II Holuiatl, same
State Hoap. No. 4
Dr.-. Downing and Robinson,
examination .1 no Flora
it II . Boyer, services
lieSoto ti. a- C. Co.. gravel-
Ing DeHoto and II T. road
-line-, erushed rock
f. 1 1 . ( loxey , mad Imp
.1 . K. Sawyer, road imp
5.00
0.00
fi.00
6.00
.Vim
7S INI
5.00
:..imi
112.03
JQO.ii!!
750.00
mil. ini
00,00
315.00
50.0(1
500 ini
.IHHI.IHI
B. II
II . ri,
1 1 arvt
;. W.
'. .
Ramsey, road imp
m i' Farland, road imp
y Strom.', road imp
Hi and, mail nr.
Fran
id iui'
Slat.
Slat'
Hoap No. i
Hoap. No i
101.40
7.'i( .."' I
7.BH
5.00
III Is
Iteut.
Milling t'o
i ii r. sup
Inf. sup
ash Meal Market,
City Ice Plant. Ice
.ark Laundry t io
t'ity Water Plant
i ity Lighting I 'i ii ri t
lights
le and
(or Int.
tail
Mat Jink
Farmlngl
ery, ett
Schramm
nil h
ia i ant in
. statin
1 1 dt I t
Lead ib it N
May berry. I
C. I'. VYilk
blanks
I
typewritei
ri
"pan .
IlilMoi,
dv, statu
igton T. VY
mery Ptg. (
i epalrs
station-
Hatli
ery
; tsi. IT
III. INI
I0.H5
:ii.oo
:il ,50
;in .mi
i4.;k)
Ret . I.. It Jenkins, relief ol
Postlewalte family
A . Wulferl . si amps, etc
John Marshall, judge
T K Burnett, "
a. w, Klnaer, "
Wm. London, n
The Poplar Itlutf Citizens says
that in the destruction of the M. B.
Laming Saw Mill at Itoiuhaner on
Saturday night, Butler county lost
one of the big ellterprice of the
Wood-working Class, but it is an
nounced that the mill will be built
back WltbOUl any delay
Hev. W. W KllloUfb, who was
striokeu with paralysis in the Plea-
-Hilt Hill church several weeks ago.
ia slowly Improving. He ha re
gained his Hluht, and even now Is
planning to hold a tog meeting in
the Pleasant Hill church as soon as
lie recover.
The Cape Girardeau fair proved a
disappointment (o the o Ulcer of the
association, as the attendance was
email, except on Saturday, and then
it did not equal the attendance of
former years, add the result is a
deficit of about one thousand dob
lar. Items J ncksou
The injuries sustained by State
Auditor John P. (lordon in an auto
mobile accident some weeks airo are
eo serious that uis friends fear he
will he unable to take any part in
the campaign. Hut the Missouri
tax-payers who appreciate his pub
lic services will look utter his inter
est at the polls in November.
Twelve Reasons Why You
Should Vote tor Wilson.
I. He in iln- only MtMHdftic for
President who repraaaote tin- real,
tin- vital and tin: afleetlva pronrea
live forces in thin country.
He stands fur tarill revision
downward in tin- internal ol loWOt
prleei and tin- elimination ol monopoly-
:;. He stand- (or trust legislation
I which will prevent the control of
' prices through any sort of monopoly.
4. stands for the Inooma taa and
believes that wealth should abate
the burdens ae wall as the bleeelnffs
j of frovarnnMiHi
G. He stande for the rltht of labor
and tin- protection of the man who
earns his broad by the sweat of his
broW, a shown in his record as
Oovernor of Hew Jersey
Ma atanda for tba MVls-al of our
merchant marine, and for tin gov
eminent encouragement of agrlcul-
1 ture, Industrial and vocational educa
tion. 7. He trusts the i pla and believes
thai the governed should govern . and
that Senators should be chosen lij
the i le.
H, He faithfully performs In office
the promises made out of ofll
!i II- will "IT. KAN HOITHK" at
IvVashlugton as he has"CLKANKD
HCH'BB" in New Jersey.
in II- preaches and pruitic
clean politics, and pructices it ef"
fectlvely. He unalterably opposasS
machine politics and the rule of the
bosses.
II. II'
bualnea
(and- lor legitimate bit
verv day, but lor mono.
poly never.
I'i. As Benator LaFollette says,
"lie approaches i very problem with
the solemn promise to lie really, in
tin' highest sense, a servant of Un
people." The people of the l ulled Stales
consumed 7,663,000,000 pound of Mi
liar last year. Tbe tariff tax was
l'.j cents per pound. Cpon this one j
article of daily necessity, the Amer
ican people paid Into the Coffer- ol 1
the sugar trust in a single veal the
sum of 1115,000,0110. lines this hit
youf
Uoverument statistics simw that
tbe protective tuilIT extorts from tin j
American nOUSUBMf two billion,
live hundred and seventy million j
dollar peryear; and the Itepublican
party, in nation and State, is still j
pledged to the protective tariff . An
youf
Missouri's first Itepublican gov i
ernor in forty year- finds, ui the
dose of his administration, two it. i
publican candidate for pre-iibnl.
ami frankly rooogulsoa his Inability
to endorse either of them
of the eight billion oi American
trUSl capital. Moody'. Magaxioo
says that only two billion i- a cash
investment, while the other six hi I
lion represented watered stock,
baaed on the privilege granted i
the protective tariff.
According to the Stale Auditor's
I k. the salaries ami expense ol
lb- State (lame Department Under
the preseul administration have a
mounted to 'J.!1 ,7li'.'.!i'J, which is ex
actly 1164,300.00 more than this de
partmeni ever coat under any Dt -
ti ratic adininiatratlou, Wan i:
worth the difference in the cost-.'
Call Missouri afford any more luxu
rles iik. Hadley's man Tolertonf
Ii you don'l think so, then you'd
better VOle the I Inllloe I at ie tfCkGI
this year.
Secretary ul BtateCornelitis Roach
has collected tCMI.iMMU uion pol
ation fee than were colic-ted by
hi- Republican predecessor, and he
has done so at ati expense of jui
r.i.jos ii' ! than the amount ex
pended by his predecessor. Roach's
offolal record exemplifies efficiency,
economy and integrity in the public
service.
It requires a nerve of superhuman
magnitude, a Well a- a uiarvelou-
aoreage or cheek, to enable that
grand old stand-patter, John c Mc
Kinb y.to face a Missouri audience
uuil talk about "Demoeratlc gerry
mender ami disfranchisement,"
while at the same time Mr. McKlnley
and his purty are seeking through
ii xtraofdlnary process of injunc
tion to disfranchise all the third
party voters in this State.
Speaker John T. Barker, the Dem
ocratic nominee for Attorney-General
Introduced a hi ll to provide assis
tance for country agricultural falrsa
The Democratic legislature passed
the ill. Oovernor Hartley vetoed ii
Hut, ill the face of that veto, the
State Republican candidate now
say I speaking through their plat
form' that they favor the develop
mcut ot our agricultural Interests,
Will any Missouri farmer believe
themf
If John C. UoKlnley is so nnxioiis
t" provide oheap school hooks fori
thaehlMND, srhy doaan'ths advoaatt
h i eduction in the prohibitive turlll
on hook paper unci plrntlng materials? !
Diipk lie want theM trusts to get an
additional uraft out of the state :
tlirotiuh that convict liihor printliiit,
plant?
The averaae tariff tax on cotton
Booking ft 71.10 per com, which you
niiiKt pay, or lt your children ito
barefooted. And you are paying
this tux, not to the Government, but
to Senator H. F. Dippitt ot Khode
Island, wlm In in the Semite for the
Hull sioosore shonld retnamber that
the Detnooratie purty is 0b record
ugattist " govern tnent hy Injunction. ' "
The consumers of woolen jionit in
this country pay a tariff tux of
1303,98,498 per year. Thia Is equal
to tt per capita tax of 0U7. So much
for "Schedule K." l'aft said It was
Indefensible but in- vetoed a mil to
repeal It.
Siek headache is
ordered stomach.
Iain's Tablet and
the headache will
eaiised by s ills
Take Chaniber
BOrraM that and
disappear. For
sale
men!
by
dealer Advert i e
Ylnbl
Will Build
You Up
and Make
You Strong
Old people, tired, weak,
mil down people, delicate
children, frail mothers, and
those recovering from severe
illness, this is a fact.
Thousands of genuine tes
timonials from reliable peo
ple prove this claim, and to
lurther support the fact and
prove our faith in what we
say, we imhesitotirtaly de
rlate that any one vvho will
try a bottle of VINOL will
have their money returned
without question if they are
not satisfied that it did them
good,
E. M. LAAKMAN, Druggist,
Vinol Agent
"I Am Well"
writes Mrs. L R. Barker,
of Bud, Ky., "and can do
all my housework. For
years I suffered with such
pains, I could scarcely
stand on my feet. After
three different doctors had
failed to help me, I gave
Cardui a trial. Now, I feel
like a new woman."
e 58
Take
Th Woman's Tonic
A woman's health de
pends so much upon her
delicate organs, that the
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It is
the little things that count,
In a woman's life and
health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
weakness, take Cardui at
once, and avoid more seri
ous troubles. We urge
you to try it Begin today.
dojd 'H9f1VdS
NOlDSllUMVd
M3rOlS13H10
JO
..lJ Sl tint)
jy .mo ')9M I'luii
3SV31d Ol
lovaiNOO
3HX
Guardian's Notice.
Notice Ul berebj wlvn tlmt a certificate ot j
uuirilluulil on the p isoli an. I rar.- of'
Bmest .1. Nel'leit. non compos mentis, was '
arantad to the aodersinsd on me nrth iia !
or September, tell, hr the Protiat-1 ourt or ,
st. Knincols ( ounty. Missouri.
All person. Iitivinu' claimi Sgetsai said
state are ri-'iulrmt to exhibit them f.ii- a - .
loenkaee to tne iinaniiun within mi" roar
after the date i( his uppointment or they
will he rorerer Imrreil.
C. St. IIH'kOK. i.uardlan. i
N
1 '3 SJW
II
FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES
NOW READY AT
HERMANN TRAUERNICHT'S
RELIABLE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
You (Jet What You Want Here and
Get it Right.
Realty Bulldini
East ot Post Office I A KM I Mi I OY MO.
ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO.,
i 'FARMINGRON, IViO.
i Watches, Clocks, Jewelrv,
Silver and Plated
Organs, Musical
Sewing Machines
Watches and Clocks Cleaned
V v v v
THOS. H. ST A M , President.
I. K. COVBR, Cmhirr.
St. Francois County Bank
r.iht Office Oositc i
FARMINGTON, MISSOURI,
Solicit your Banking Business nored lagaiost burglary.
This if tbe Bank with the Savings Department Interest
piiid mi Time Dtpoiitt.
directors:
Tlios. II. STAM. B. K. SWINK. W. T, HAIL8 B. I. MORRIS.
I. M. MORRIS. S.J.Tl-TI.MV. BO. HELBRR,
Established 1897.
Sheriff 's Sale in Partition.
Mniie Iwaarlngln Plaintiff, in
vs.
opbia Bchuaidar, Dsfand't J Partition.
Ill obsdtenCS to an onler of the Cir
cuit Court ul St. PraMCois county. State
..I Missouri, mad in the above sn titled
CSUsa, ut the Aujut term ol said court
l.ir 1913. nil Atlgntt 17. 191J. licinn the
lonrtaaMh da) ol said term. I. tbe at
dersiiBsd tthtrifl of St. Kraoo i conn
ty, Missouri, will 011
Tuesda), November 12, 1912.
belWffOtt the hours ol nine O'clOOal in
the fonraoOU ami live o'clock in tbe
sftsftmou ol lhat iluy. at the s.iutli
Ir.int ilm.r ol the court house, la tn-
cm oi Faraingion, ana uurioR in
session of tin Circuit Court ol siii.l
county, sail public unction to the
bigbsst liiihler. lor CSSb, for the Iiur
poses uuilieil III saiil onler, the follow
inn dsaeiibad real estate, situate, lyini;
ami rising in the county of St. PMM
cois a id I State ol Missouri, tow it All
ul ...Is MM 111 anil right IS) of the
subdivision of lot nutnbal seven 1 71 of
the original survey ol Bogytaani made
In Samuel Murphy, a plat of whilih is
0I1 tile iii tbe office ol the Rsoordef ul
deeds of St. Pranenia county, Missouri.
V'M LOKtX iN". Sheriff.
Octobei 5, 1012.
A GOOD OLD
LAXATIVE
l'ir a Rood lien, Tal tonic and
altoratlve, one that you can
ilepi'ud on and one you can
make yourself, use
NYAL'S
Mountain Herbs
This ii ths method
III It Suitable vess.-l place a
tablespooufol of the Herbs,
pour upon them two leanup
fills of boiling watir, cover
and set aside to steep -do not
inn in Ofteen to twenty mlu
UtSS tin' strength will he e.
traoted.
77ic 7 Vi will arvjaee domMSM
dmctsuas, ght Astw ami via'
or i" the asi' res ) rrarifj the
hinfii. fneraase ifM Mppttitt,
M ttlgettion Mtfd lupptjr nit
tWorjnl to the li'itiv'.
A large quantity of medicine
can he inude frmn one package
The. Price is 2S cents.
liali'Ver a aeoit ilrun sl'-ri' ourftit
te have and many thtaastnei oili
er ilriK sii.res ilon't Seep-you will
Hint here. tMMBS to us amt you'h
vet wl.nt roe want.
E. W. LAAKMAN,
NY At. AGENT.
Portrait and View Specialist'
FARMIlfOTON, MO.
'
PHOTOS
Ware. 0
Instruments, 4
and Attachments. J
and Repaired. I
4
K. B. BWtNK, Vice Prssidsat.
K.'KI.DINC, McCOKMICK, Ais't Ca.sh r.
. IUIILA .
Prrslilaot.
u p oa rot.
I!. I. A.M..
Vlce-Prrs
OSShleTi
CAPITAL STOCK ; (30 000 00
Harpini and profit 190,000.00
t " tfeneral llanklas sad B-
ctiana' tiusl-as.
Intrreslpai. sa tlms ilepostta.
InsMred sKBlnst burslarv in tb
Pidstttf sail CasaaltT On. .of N.Tf
)tp:$:lary of 6ounty Pundt.
COULBOTIOm A 8PF.C1ALTY.
DIHK.CTOR.S -
I'etei Qisseiagi j. e. Klnta,
V.'. V. Uoss, .M. P. Cayce
W. R. Lang, A. J. Zwsrt.
V. M. Harlan.
Oscar L. Haile & Co.
Real Estate
Insurance
Loans
Abstracts
Notaries Pub
lie and Con
veyancer:, Fire, Tornado,
Plate Glass
and Accident
Insurance
!.( ni :. .mil Accounts Collected.
Phone 219, FARMINGTON, MO.
W. N. FLEMING
Notary Public
Real Estate
Loans
Insurance
Your Business Is Respectfully Sol ic ten
OFFICE IN REALTY BUILDING.
Farmintrton. Mo., Phone 71
Merrill Pipkin.
Lawyer,
Abstracter.
Real Estate.
Loan and
Insurance
Agent.
FARMINGTON. MO.
2C5
ED. M. LAAKMAN
- Druggist "
rARMINGTON. MO.
11 or Mill
!
1
Hnr
K.
I a-31
francis a. benham,
Attorney-at-law,
Dasloga, Hlmoort
I'racticn in the Courts of tbe Htatc
QSJos In (eru Itous. Hutlillntt.
EDWARD A. ROZIER.
.TTORNEY AT LAW
Fakminotun. Missooii.
W i i.i. praoilos tn sit thp OoavMof m a.
ourl. rnnca tn Bsattv Bntidtai
FELIX O. POSTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
rUt Rivsr. Miaaonrl
I'rurtti'i-H In all courts, outer In ths Opars
ItMUSr tllllllllnif.
oBloa Phone IT, Klst Itlver.
lieslilenee JMionr III. I annlnirtn.
DR. B. R. DOWNING,
glHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
FAllMIN(.TON . UO.
omc In lit Ijiiu Holler llulMlnn.
iltlen ftaOM 114. Krslilrnrr I'hnna Ml.
OWEN A. SMITH M. D..
EYli A -N U K A ri.
AT FARMINOTOR
tttSMtoV, 'I'luil-Ailn? Mint atinla. i)(Tt
nr. MoMaaon'a Balldln,
AT FLAT RIVR.
Moaaaf Wastesstfai sad Frldar
' H. B. LEDBETTER-AlTORNEY-AT-LAW
Farmingon Missouri.
Cpselal uttrntlon to I'roliatf.ninl Insurance
Kuslnrsx.
OSes In HniK nt r.irminiiton mug
l(. H M a Km ' KY . W.L.aaMMiBI
WIAnBURV A H EIMSLEY
ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW
FaraalnBton Miaionrl
Will pTSOtlOS in all th courts of the .state
office r'urnilnstr.n Hsrsantlld i ". Idlii
OR. E L HOKION.
DENTIST
FACMIM0T0N. MIShOLRI.
.ifflre up stairs In Hollar A Laiik Huliiltntc
"IMionr .No. H..
C. A TETLEY
DENTIST
f ARMIMGTON, MISSOLK
Office in Kealty BUg., Suite .No. 6.
Thone -5.
DR. C. R. FLEMING,
1'HYSICIA X.
I-irml.ai.-ton, : : Wis, our'.
OSeeta Baaitji HuiMtns.
ohKICK PHONt
No. 7 7
i; i -. ;'i s i 'pnons
No. lit
OR. EM I L HERWIG.
SPECIALIST
Diseases of the Digestive organs,
Ni'rvi.im DlHeasew.
Hour. ii to i":.na. m. . Koom n,
a m in ;: I. in. i ii. jity iiut'.itina
teepl sundajrs.
Farmlnjtton. Mo.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Electric R. R. Time Table.
Between Furniington and Flat River.
An
pi. itiviT
ik a. in.
M 11 11. III.
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w IB p, m
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n Ii a in.
rial Mtvai
M a. in.
m .i. ui.
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V4
I .'.i .
: If p
. II p
I I" .
!
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I nl
II p,
ti p,
w p.
. Hi
Butween Furmintun and federal Hill
Lv.
i n rtviBft in
f II ll. HI
I.V.
Ktmmi mi:
U.i :l. in.
Air
i edtml urn
7 ti a . m .
Arr.
ftrmtBjgtoa
KXcepi
!-.X'.'(it BaAdAJ
Jitunlii) rni
h x -a? an 1 sun
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P in.
How to Get to and from
Farmintrton.
From the North via 8t. Louib.
TOfMffh i miiiIm r ymi call ttthaff
diif W t ito t'llituvin' iiut
Ms Ii A It. T. Uy.-lefava PL, 1001 at 7 M
am tUnandl up in., ajnvlniai Kami
limttin nvt'r t leclrlr r.nltvu) trin I- lut H:v, t
at .' . 7 fii,t '. i p in.
PlUca tad i-i.ii Mouilt'-rn-LMMfa Its
l.nuls ar v Ma, m . . hi riTinv at harinluitt'in
t viacinc i an w :i rrom kcimi .it 1 Mp,
in
lrn Mountain -Leave St. ; mis ul ; 'a or
1M!. n in. anil ' ni. arrlviiiKnt harming
Ion over eli-rdlr railway frnn ln-.asus al
1 1.
From the South.
Iron Mountain via UUniuick and DaLad
us- Arrive at PaftnUurtOO ovor attetflo
railway al .und9p. in.
Iron Mou A tain ami miitoi BouUiara via
ItUniflK k i rive at 1 ai nilrtKloii uvuroK-r-
Irir railway from cither at i itp m
Balmoni UniBCh Of lion Mountain Arrive
t Farmlnatnn over elertrlc railway from
HoLu-iiin at - a. in. and " p in.
Krlro and lllinou soutliorn via st i.en
i-viava- irrlTaai I'armtnaton over ttastrtc
rallwaj :i in I r 1 W p. in.
To Reach St. Loui.
- i en u'i over rlther oi the roaiU at tli
i . . a inn hour
Illinois lottiaarn and riiirn laaa Kami
iniitun ever flretrlr railway to fcjthtr ;ft
i 17 p. m. , urrivinu- in St. l.oul at n flp, m.
M ll. A ll T Uarf KarmlnKton ivei
ertr!r railway in Flat BJar at ; H :i DJ,
an i 'i i: p. ui. , arriving In t!t . Ioiila at i: so
a. m. and i ;'JT p.m.
Iron Mountain Leave Karinlnxton over
eiertr!.- railway to DeLastutf at B:Ma. uia
anil M p. ni.. arriving m it, IsOOll at L
in. ami .'." p. m.
JACOB HELBER,
OEALCR IN
HARDWARE and
FURNITURE
farm tiroTon, MO

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