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Uphold Wilson's Hands? Wood row Wilson has refused emphatically to accept contributions to his Campaign Fund from the Interests, from corrupting influences, from any questionable sources. He has given us, the Democratic National Committee, to understand that he will go into the White House with clean hands or not at all. Who Is Getting The Money of The Trusts? So Hire h:i kMMI Wilson 'I stand, sn well known his Incor ruptible purpose, thai no private intercut have dared to approach either our candid. ite or his committee. W'e have not hern offend a penny by the mutt, and we certainly have not toiicited a penny from them. The moilly ol the interests is being spent against Wilton. No matter for whom we need not disctitt that here- it is now common gossip tiiat the money power of the nation it being uted in an atteftipt to deleut Woodrow Wilton. What Is a "People's Campaign?" We arc addrettiug ourselves to the ral freeman of America, the upright, Progrettive Voters ol the couotry who are doing the work o( the nation and not the work o( trusts and bosses, We realiie that the salvation of every righteoui cause rests with you. Olten this cry of a People's Party or a People'! President it railed by the very forccl we seek to defeat and whom we mutt and will defeat. Hut look to our standard and our standard bearer and decide yourtelf at to which it the People's Campaign and must, therefore, be fought with the People's money. Woodrow Wilson Has Clean Hands Woodrow Wilton it the cleanest man in national politics He came of illustrious forefathers, who laid by blood and Heredity tlte foundation of a future Ptesidcm through gen eration after generation of upright record. 11 Wilson is to be elected it must be by clean money and there is only one source of sucn money from the voters of the country who realise the importance ol having a govern ment uninAuenced by the almighty dollar. Wilson's hands are clean, Will yau uphold them? only give one dollar. We believe in this kind of loyalty it's the kind that wins Let every one contribute to the Woodrow Wilson Cam paign by the first mail. Let's have as big a fund as the cor porations can supply the other parties. For the people are mightier CM in iunn than the Combinations whan they get together. A CaU To Those Who Will Club Contributions No live progrettive voter can do more for Wilton's caute than to head a lilt with hit own contribution and then to have hit fellnw-workers and friendt twrll the total srith their namet and money. If you work in an ofher or lactory, mill, warehouse, on a railroad, ranch or farm, start the hall rolling. Line up the Wilson men. Sign up as many contributions as you can. And mail to us. How To Contribute To The Wilson Campaign Fund Sign the Coupon in t'ais corner and fill in the amount you give. Then attach your money to this Coupon and mail today to the address given on the Coupon. Issue all checks, money orders and address all ontribu tions to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. Then write a letter to this paper giving your name as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe Woodow Wilson should be elected President ol the United States. In this way you will he listed as a Wilson contri butor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed, well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will help the tight by encouraging your Iriends. DEDICATION OF SCIENCE HALL. CARL ETON COLLEGE. The most Important event MsV rtseted with curlcton College for years tree I be dedication uf Belenee Mull, Thursday evening, October 17th Although the weather wn Ihrsaentingmany people gathered for tlif occasion. A most liitureHtiiin pro tram had been prepared. Theexer risen began wit li the hymn, "Palth of or Pother i," Dr. w. t. Mr right of St. Louis, P redden I of the Board of Trtliteeii Offered prayer. After an Instrumental solo by Professor K. i.. If elf addon, instructor in piano, iiml Kerlptun- reading by Dean K. M Smith, Dr. Hsgcrty, a life-loii friend ami supporter of the onllogo, delivered a fnw well chosen remark,. The main speaker of the evening was Dr. Thoroaa Nlebolton of New York, Secretary of the Hoard Of Ma cation of the MothotUil Bpiecopoi Cliiireb. The speaker set forth t tie great value of higher education iii our modern life lii a scholarly and muKterfui way. Following the ml- dreei a VOOal lOlo was rendered by MIhh Jean Dctnnth. teacher in voice at Bin Wood .Seminary, Karniingtnn . Dr Wright, as president ol the Hoard of Tru stees , in well chose n WOfda then presented the bulldiiiK to Dr. Nicholson to be dedicated to the work of Chrlatian education. Af ter words of greeting by Prealdeol I Qlllilaod to the ftiende of the col lies; e assembled, the Usrletoo song s'waa aong by the students ami Dr. Hagerty iroiionncetl the henedlc- g3 Wm o A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer of Health of the city of London, Eng., was good enough to say that a long and univer sal experience has proved a cream of tartar powder the most efficient, safe and econ omical, making food which could not be deleterious to the most delicate omach. In England the sale cf bol r . uWthf containing alum is absolutely , uLited. WH-N BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL. How Much Money Will You Give? How Much Can You Raise? There are big campaign expenses to be met ii we are to win on Electioo Day Id November. We mutt tell the voters ol the country about Wilson, what he is, what he hat done We roust show thtm his record. We must show them his platform We mast point oat to tbem the features of his platform which mean so much to this nation. This great work will cost a lot ol money. We must meet the utual heavy toll necettary to pretent a platform and a candidate to a hundred million. Your dollar, your $6, your $10, your 120 it needed. And don't mistake we want the man who can only afford the one dollar. We need him. We need the woman whe can Woodrow Wilaon Compoifn Fund LOYALTY COUPON To t ' R CHANT Vie. Chain Tee Deamrelic Neboeal Isaailln, SOv Mlcklaea Aeeaaa, Caieaee. UUaels. As a believer in the proarasslvs Ideals of covsrnmeat repre sented In trie candidacy uf Woodrow Wilson for President ef the United States, end to the end that he mas take ttie office free handed, untrarntneled. and obligated to none but the people of the country. 1 wish to contribute through sou lbs sum of $ toward the expenses of Gov Wilson's campaign. Name . Addrett R. F. D. State. ftlel nil or other MeoeMHarleH ol life, i or o i creating an artificial scarcity of luoh Articles or necessaries. " This bin wn paaaod by u vote of lib1 "Yeas" against I "Nay." Mc Klnley was the one Senator who voted Nay." We decline to accept biH profoa Ions of frieodahip, Nor do we ask you to take our word for It. Take him on bin own challange search hla record! His record reveals him as an enemy of the laboring man, an op ponent of the) eight-hour work day, an opponent of factory inspection and a solitary protector of trusts and tnonopolloa. If you have young children you Endorsed by The Titiiei., Karinlngton, Mi A Republican Threat and a Broken Fromioe. The working men of Madison county will remember, says the Kred- erloktown Democrat-News, how four years ago they were told if a Demo cratic President Was elected how the North American would close down BONNE TERRE. Homer Plrtle went to Hal lti Sunday. Q, s. Parsons went to st. I is Monday, Louis Caulman went to st. Louie Monday, . T. Wheeilnc went to St. Louis and tliey would be out of a Job; bow Bainsdae prospecting and ml g work would! Mf wr WBlt , be down and out, and they would J riiis D 0rt4m county Tuee- have to seek work elsewhere. oil i , . , . , .... ... ... ; day. were linn ii.iw Ulliereui ii would lie, honld Taft be elected President A local Taft new paper told you that BISMARCK. ri Theo, Van Hark tail week booithl the John Irvln farm. Mrs. Frank Danloll Ih entertain ing relatival from Indiana this week. Dr. Baton visited Flat Kivor Sun day. judge Thus. H Igganbotbani of Hlackwell has been elected one of the directors of, the Bismarck, Belle vue Valley A- Western Hallway Co. T b e Progressive Republican if Taft and KIvIiih were elected smoke would continue to belch forth from the "ponderous smoke stacks" of the North Aiuerlen Load f'oni- pany, but n the Democrats wore elected all would be ObaOgcd, the North American would close down development work would he stopped, work would he scarce anil general apathy would prevail in Madison county. Tuft ami Rlvlni Were elected. The North, American Lead Compart) passed into control of one of the most gigantic trusts in the Country a trust composed or t he (JOKgonhelni and Standard oil interest,. The. plant waa Immediately closed down, smok used to "belch," hundreds' of men were thrown out of employ men) and hud to leave their native city to seek employment to keep ; their loved ones from want. Family ' ties were broke by the irreed of the, trusts that had sprung up under the, protection and care of n Republican I President. Are conditions any better .'it this time? The price ol copper is high, the price ol bad is high, the mine, owners are protected by the tariff, but is there any likelihood ol the the North American starting up?j Have you lienrd of tin1 miners in i tills section bavins thelrwages raised on account of the high price of lead'.' Mrs. c. it. niggs, wim -bus been j speakers were hare Monday evening in the Hospital, is recovering rapid-! nlid bad lnrge audience. The U Idly. publican vote here will be divided. Miss Hurt, one of the teachers in j KUiott W. Mujor spent n short the High School, went to St. Louis time here Friday morning. Mod, Perhaps no one was so rejoiced on this occasion as Miss F.li.a A. Carletoo, and it was a sooree of pleasure to every one thai she was able to be present at the exercises, although In her eighty-seventh year. Science Hall is a thoroughly modern ami up to dale building in every way, fo by IH feet, three stories high. The be cement is oocipoeod of cement and the superstructure of pressed brick. Wide corridors ox tend the entire lebgth of the first and second floors, upon either side of which are laboratories, claim rooms and library. The third floor is occupied principally by the audi torium and literary society balls. The assembly room Is the largest in l- it t'Uiiiigtnu and will seat six hun dred people. The building Is heated with steam, has sanitary drinking have perhaps noticed that disorders fountains en eMh floor end has firm ; of the stomach are their most coin class furnishings, and equipment moil aliment. To correct this you throughout. iwill find Chamberlain's Stomach It is generally accepted by I'VITJ' I aawiaaaaa mi- that witn tuts splendid miiidiug. the able (acuity and the high stiinil- ii t il of work done in the school, t urle College looks forward to a growth that she has never known. As an Indication of this larger future it should he noted that the enrollment In the academy and college classes is about forty per cent higher than last year at this time. As a proof of the high standard of work done a r lit letter from Northwestern I'niv.-rslty states that students from Carleton College may take advanced courses at North western and that they will receive full credit for all work done at Carle, ton without exAininatloti. All these things mean that Carleton College will continue to exert an Inoreas- Ingly larger Influence on the Intel' factual milt moral life of the people ol Mouilieasi ii issouri and Liver Tableta excellent, They arc easy and pleasant to take, and mild and gentle in effect, For sale by nil dealers.- Advertisement. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Francis A. Beoham, Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Attorney, and J. H. Malugen, will speak ut the Court House next Thursday night at 7:80. tuber speakers and all the Democratic county candi dates will be present. Notice of Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Farm er's Mtttuul Fire Insurance Com pany of Ht Francois county will be held at the Court House In Furm Itigton, Mo., on Friday, October . 1913, at II a. m. A full attendance Is desired and nil sub-agents in the county are requested to he present. PKTC It Mki.i,, President. llAitm I'm n. 1. 1 I'M, Bee') Friday. Mr. W, .1. Hobbs and Rev, N. It. Henry attended the Fiiriniiigton District Stewards' meeting; at Farni i'uesday . The High School will be dismissed Thursday and Friday of this week because ol the teachers' meeting at Cape Olrurdeaii. Miss Connie Pagan, the Lead Belt deaconess, wenl to st. Louis Friday and returning Monday spent' the night iii Bonne Tcrro. Ilisbop Johnson of St. I, mils preached at the KpiNcopul ChttfOh here Monday morning ami at the Congregational Church Sunday ev etilng. Portlier Vice-President Fairbanks was in BoUBO Torre Tuesday. Be was met ut the station by the hand; and a crowd ol automobiles number ing about 40. George Btanflll and PolittC F.lvitis escorted Mr. Pair-1 banks to the hotel, in the afternoon ! at four o'clock lie spoke at the Ly ceutn to a full house, the standing room even was taken up. F.very i one enjoyed his talk . The School Fair was tt great sue-, Former UOV. Folk spoke to a large and attentive audience here at the Opera House Friday eveniiiL'. W. I,. Maxwell and wife of Bel grade visited here Friday. Mrs. Horn of Doe Bun is tick with pneumonia at the home ol .1. H . Tolloek. Nicholas Carter ot ( eledonln is quite sick with appendicitis al tl of home James Cox. Mrs. Ueorite F. Hunt visited relatives in Ironton Tuesday. Mrs. James Thompson is makilll an extended visit to relatives in Prnderlcktowu. Mrs. L. H. Bntler visited relet iv in DeSoto this week . not find of mine utifriend- Ik not everything y l.i per cent higher years ago when to vote for a urotei eat and weai t nan It was foul were aftvlai ii tariff on lead ""' displays wei I cess goo. from every crowd was the Have vou. Mi. orkingiiuin ol Mudison Bounty, received any bene fit from this tariff on lead'.' Has the cost of living been reduced'.' The price of lead bus been increased nearly 33 per cent; have vou. Mr Miner, received your share of this Increased price? This is a question In which every man In Madison county Is interested. We see u plant worth thousands of dollars closed down, hundreds of men thrwown out of employment, value of property in Madison county depreciated, and for what? So tbut standpoint, A re all the time tine. I Here wen-displays there from the HiuTli uud Grammar Schools, also one from the Moot hart Business Col lege, Fruit, vegetables and farm products of till kinds were there. Prizes were awarded to those with the best displays. The 'Minutes and Papers" of the ; last session of the Southeast Mis aoiiri Teachers' Association lire' published. In uddltlon there Is a short history of the organization of Second-Hand Lumber for Sale We have stout 12,000 pie ce of lumber, 1 in. thick, 1" in. wide and 3 It. long, which u- will dlfHMMM Cu at J'.m each less than half the ost of new lumber. 'Phis lum ber It the gigantic Lead Trust thut tne nor n Aiia-m-.ii urn. .orcc B(,t that the Southeast ...in.. ltalii.w r4.iia.ti ii . nr ( .if ' ' Iki. ,rfni. on Tide is the aim I Initiative Iii tlie matter of up, iwiik t,e association wherein the claim Is I tire ; .,, ,i, si,.,,i,Anu. ..,,.1. i.n I "llstriet i just the thing for side out buildings, etc. also have a quantitv sheathing which me will dispose of at $10 jier Id. MCCARTHY LUM. & CON. CO. Farminp;ton, Mo. McKiiiley'u Record. I.ilitorlul In at, Louts stiir. The Ht. Louis (llobe-Ilemocrat of September 1l iiiotes Mr. McKlnley In these words : "I am now, and always have been the true friend of the laboring man and (ls cause, mid II they will search my public r ird they wll therein a single utteranc that can he construed to he unfriend I ly to their int'-rests." No exhaustive search of Mr. Mo ; Kiub v's record is neceasary to I prove the Insincerity and falsehood of this claim We turn to the Hen ate Journal, Forty-second (ieneral Assembly, 1MB, ami. on page ;17U' flare) tin- following r rd : "Mouse bill No. K, entitled. "Au net to prevent persons and corporations front working laborers in smelting and all other Institutions I for the reduction or refining of ures i iimri than eight hours a day of j twenty. four hours and fixing eight hours ti day for such labors." The bill was passed by a vote of B "Yeas" agalnal "Mays." Those voting against the bill were Blfga, Rnchanan, McKlnley Maahall and, Young. On pass (IM of tin- same jonrual I we tlml these records: "Senate hill No. Sffi, entitled! "All act to repeal an act entitled I 'An act to provide for the appoint-1 tiient of u factory inspector, and de fining his term of service, salary, powers uud duties." This hill lulled to puss by a vote Of II to U, McKlnley voted with the "Yeas." "Substitute for Senate bill No. MB, entitled "An act to prevent conspiracii k. or the crention of monopolies for the purpose of keeping up prices of tosl, ice, food products, lighting or Careful Buyers Wil find the Farmington Mercantile Co.'s Store the best place to do their Fall and Winter Shopping, not only because its sev eral lines of goods are full and complete, but .because its buyers are experienced and discriminating and are acquainted with the needs and demands of the people. We want to call your attention to a few lines: CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING Our line of Men's ami Hoy's Ulothiofi embraces the most -Mlish ami serviceable inanu -'Matured oywbere, and 'In- prices will please yog . We also have a Hue line of Hampton from which you may select 11 tl tl have a still made in your measure, guaranteed to lit you pe fectly. DRY GOOD AND NOTIONS A. In thi we have good X- lleplirtmetlt have the best lines ver shown in dress - for the full and winter n, embracing everything may want, from dress patterns lu tin- daiutieal gerie nml trimming, an the regular itandbys, SHOES i our attention is especial ly culled 10 mr Sliue llppitt ! inenl . W'e handle nil kiml-. Drees shoes for men nml wo men, School Sinn's for boys ami girls, Stout Shues lot the farmer nod laborer, il.tr: Ltu-c Boots. Baby Mooes, Wuh lief (ief price-. vou 1 1 si - LADIES', MISSES', CHIL MEN'S WRAPS. In tins depart nienl you will Hod the very lateel ureal-ioui in shape, shade ntul make, v'e take Bfide iii showtliu these good-. SWEATERS FOR MEN, WO MEN. BOYS and GIRLS Here pm will iiml :h. very best sweuteis made, suite bh to ail nges. tor men, women, boys and girls Tlray an noi only sighth but the must comfortable aud serrlceahle. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF GROCER IES. Our line of Staple and Fancy Grocer ies is not surpassed by any, and we guaran tee to fill all orders with promptness and satisfaction. Call for anything in the gro cery line, and we'll see that you get it. BRING US YOUR COUNTRY PRODUCE. rarmington Mercantile Co. Phone 10 ol the Lead Trust. j Associations.