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MISSOURI FIRST Theorist From Other States Would Make This State the Gout. SINliLt TAX tXPtRIMENT HERE If the Proposed Systein Proves a Fail ure the People of Missouri Stand to Lose Vast Sums Vote No On November 5. " i t'l M It will wurk on MlJ- tourl," li i ii- position roup of Bln with a tbtory see tal.itiK in u radical taxation I'-xpiTinii'iii. I'Im losQsra in tiir movement da no) tin- iu MImoucI and new have lived lierc They have collected a Fund of 160)000 to uaed in tii Novsinboi election are Hooding the stale wiwt circulars luni orators, .t till n to parsuade Mlsaourl votera to try SO experiment hai the liouiu till ilcl We'll plan- all tin- I hXOI in Mis tourl on Kraund, excepting franchitei and Inheritances," is tnetr proposition. ' it it win K.s in Missouri toes we'll iy it on soma otlim maiiv Ami K l! dor-n t woik In Missouri if it .Its rupti business, nausea ioss ol iotnefl .1 1 iU farm-, uVstroys the credit of 'hi- state, itopi development, block! in ilustry. In fjrt if it creates a business and industrial panic ibon th- people of ..;issouri will in- Ins hole loMPI Tb irir-ri Willi a theory rati go ha k Baal ami work mil MOttMr "reform" to hi1 triad away Irom home. 'liny propoaa U) have Missouri vote the Blngle Tax Into tba constitution and to do that Ihey have (rained a 1 1 ") cunningly written Btaondiaaal If it rami's, every building in the state, MfhatbeX II be the sixteen story skyscraper, or the million dollar brewery, will be ta free. The man siori eoatlng a hutiilrcd thousand dot lavs will pay no taxes; 'he hank With hundred) u tboueasde or nailUoaa of dollars of wealth in the abape of money, bonda, itockai mortgages, eu-., will pay nothing on l hem. The great commercial house, the tory, 'lie iat h log hou ie chlner) and stock will mill, the fir bulldlnga, ma all lie free of e aaneaaed a tnv Thcj will noi dollar i vrepi tot tie ground ti a) llai . ami if they do not happen U) require the grottsd they peed pay nothing When yon 'ake the cgae of a man making hla living mi a farm It'l differ est, According to their pUti his houae and baroi horaea and tools gre free, but Ills laud -the greateat part of his property by lat pays and pays rough more to help make up the ases the millions in bu Idings, h iQdl, tor!... and .ail othei petHonal pro- t ,1'itv escape Ami tin same holds good In the coae Oi my other man who aarfis his living out of land, or ' who own- land as a plare for his ' home ii seems Incredible that these "re formers from other states should leriOUat) propose to the people of Mis- -null tha' they initin thaw selves with a law of this kind The only danger lies in carelessness If 'be people un- , del. -laud nhuil thin amendment means it win certainly be defeated nut many Who are agglnal a taxation sys- : ten manifestly so unjust, may neglect to vote on the nmendmoDt in that rase they will practically he voting lor It. as it needs null a majority of the vo'es cast on Lhfl amendment not a majority of the votes iast in he election- to make it g law Remember thai and tell it to your fellow votns To save Missouri from ; base experimentalists you must ICfatch "YSS" and vote "No"' on the onstltutional imendmeni io tin- eloo lion nn 'ov. r. IS IT UNLIMITED TAXATION ? . , . Would the Carrying of the Single Tax ! Amendment Mean Unlimited i t Taxation for Missouri? Would tin rjirryitin f the Single Tax Ante ndmenta at the Novenbtr t It'i t lot) mean that MiBaouri would ha v' unlimited taxation " This la a iM nt Ion that the prjjV tlca) citizen wanti uiiworod bofora he cants hin VOtO Til- bent lOUTCt to which lo ,; tn the aimwei jh the Ameudtnent It self, Thin Is the way It reads t Part I section . "The exlatlng coniUtuttMftl limits- tiOHl upon the rates of taxation for Ute. uunt y school and nuniclpftl piirpoeei Bhnll have no force ami ef- feet after January I, i!U4." This In the spirit of HIiikIc Tax It meant unlimited uixation Henry QOOffOi It! great eioneiit, huvh. In v ary ivili.ed country, even t h- neu est, the value of the land, taken :ih a whole. iH sufficient to hear the entire expense of government In t he bettar doralopad countries It ia much more than Hiifllcien t. Hence. It will not he enoiiKh to mere! place all taxes upon the value of Intnl. It will lie neecsHiiry, where rent exceeds the present governmental revenues, corr menauratary to increase the amount demanded In taxation i and to continue this incri'aae aa society progresses and rent adv. i rues Hut this Is bo natural and easy n matter, thai It may be con altered ap Involved or at leapt unnVr. atoodi in the proposition to put ;ill taxes on the value of land This is the fi ret step upon which the prac tical struggle roust be made." TARIFF HAS NOT HELPED FARMERS Senator Gardner Gives Reason for Supporting Wilson. NOW IS TIME FOR REWARD Too Long Have They Been Fooled by Falti Gods Rallying to De mocracy's Banrera. The reasons M hy i in . engaged in acrloultunU puraulti should support iornor Woodrow Wilson for pfOll dent ar strongly tut forth by Senator Obadtah Qardner nf Maine In an ad dreea to farmera Senator Qardner Ii a practical farnv t-r, on who farms lus own farm and It- is probably in . loser touch and Bytnpath) with country life and lta pnvlronmentl than any other man ia public life Kor twenty-tlve yenra Senator Ward ner has been actlval) ansMad lo ihe National Orange and for ten year l be waa the maatai of tbi .state Orangt if Miiiif , few fars ago h cam' within a cloae margin of being elected governor uf the Pine Tree Slate. A little I'-ss Umm year ago. when Senator PVya. who had rapreaented Maine In the nt- for thirty yearn. diHii Oovernor Ptaaatad honored Mr. I lardner, and r nnsnlssd th aajgieul tural Inter eata of the country i ap polnMng M i in to th' t-nltad Stntaa sen in' where be has made a most credit able record, devoting particular atten tion to the welfare of the great rural population of the oouatry, Ha i now a candidate 'or re elaatton and will Undoubtedly be IU fessful in his addreag, Senator Qardnaff saya : To ths rarmere of th Paiteal Btataa. i prMfiliii; Melaa "i"- "f you and fur th greater pan of rn nr. having bean enaiia I in the practical -.t dn- duilrn of my own farm having been fr yoari paat offli lally al worn thraaali bnHMn of agrU ill ' hi, rin- Nntlonol and gtate i iiiiiitfis hat i"K aervea four v-nr hs aerond officer "f th Natjoaal Orana1 "nd n niiist. r if 1 1 . M On.. St..'- Oru!iL'- n veari, during which time the- orilri In Main addeil K,M8 nicmberi end ait - n p-iwt r and Influence never bold i. fore, I f-1 ! am in a pnettlon to neah from h' alandpotnt f one who known farmer and hiN neoda, and it Is anleh r eauiM n tilt ir.nt l am geeanpled to ad t'-tr yeara farmera have Jnetly inm plained Itcing n-uulred to pun m the alinri end -t !- ynf beeauae "f unfair se t ittijMsi dfaTlmlnatlaral In legislative nd lronsH i ration, and at lln prnl lints th. ftirmera nr. lisrg'd with ii l c Ihe eauaeoftht high "st or living m I r., s- n too tier of fn t, tnkfii rolled I vJy iiiiauiit Inveatod in their bnalm tha butini (lei 1 hard lalHir. and every thing innctd with the imalla o( vtrrl riltiir .! life they nr'. nn n w hn tho (.inr"nt nutd -lasn of people In hls iun trv. vTiiM relatively the awei tutpfirtsnt. rnrmen Have Been Deceived. fi'irirn ti! recent yeari farrneri have h"n it ild l:at a s;r'Tt bawetng tin hsn tholra Ibifiiigh the sit-'-alt'i protective toitft and yet teftad n merhei for tnir prlitcijpaJ reopa they have had to com pets in I ha rjiarketa of the world where the price in itaed. lint euddenl) it u dni covered thai th farmer tn tha aele cauae for the high '-est r living, aad what -i i.p. Tii preeldant i Mr. Taft) with i total dteregard for t he lnt'rtntR of the farmera) ubmlti a plan te open up to competition with the farm'-ri of the I' n lead St atea the p red acts of CJanada while tiina ireful lo preeerve the tariff, nr mora earreetty ipeaktng, the tax, on . thf farmr boa to buy, wtilrh, as ctearty anytbtna '-an, eaponaa the hypocrley aad 'aaaeuajevry' of the elahn that the tariff Is rt hnt-ni t garrleul tural aa ceeagawaa with aaaautatftnaaea are ducts. Ntiw, th farmera of 'bin oountry have in opportunity to banefll tnemaelvea thai Iihn never appeared within my recollec tion, aa tha I Naajioerejtt pari v 'Ss bean cnmpelfed by the force of public "pinion to nominate a man for the preafaeney who is t'"' eoutpped tor thai nigh office .if any that have been aomlneted nr elect ed atn' Ulnooln a man thni I apeeh if from 'i pereonal aeaualntanne with find it knowledge of hit ptrteaK' man of great twit urn ' BMtttr, oplrnii til - sdiieated, not theoretl ally bui praetlcelly, ;i keenneai if tntt-llf t i-Hinarkabli- for itn hi nop t vary condition with with h ha !" on frnnted: sn mdooritaMe rourege to 'in rlaht. and nhov" nil n great broad tf-nd- ency with and aympathy for ail ciaeeaa, tie ertll maha one of the moat apceaalhla preeldenfi ever In the white Houae and through whom none win be refuaed a hearing, however humid' , noi fnii t re retva luatlee at bia handa He is truly a marveioua man and I wish every peraen In th. United fltHtee oould know him us T know blin. and BUPplementlng all il- r Is tha ml "' -nn n' tbnt his home ia one or perfect balance, None pan meet tjn epb-ndld Mrs Wll- son and her three reflnal. euttured da ugh tern with their perreet aaturameea out mint f'- l that the whole famtlv of W.iod- rnw win. n was espscfaiiv prepared 'o nn a great need in th- preaent iiiaai in ihe idMtorv of our ceamtry. nn were Wsnhinsfi'Ui jelferaon. Jaekaon t-tn-eoln, and 1 would advlBe the fnrmors up' u nr, fputntpiti a n man. If you Vant 10 protect your own li-t.-rn's and tbnSM of your fnnilltfa If fou want to render the greateal poealote aood to wur eauntrv and future generettona; if you want t '-iintrlli'ite your perl lo tne aen tTuit popular government under God hen not p'-rlsh from tha rnrth iti-ti BOS that th- Hon Woodrow wllann ts - lecledJ president rt OAnrNKTt. ooc-o.": THE PEOPLE AND THE CUR RENCY. in iieni!!i with th. complicat ed mij 6iSeuh quaaUoa of ihn rafom if our ImnkliiK mid cur rancy ls Ii in lilaln that we niiKht to consult vry ninny par- ion. baatdas tha bankars, not be cause distrust the bankers, but because they do not neces aril) ootnprahand the business of the country, notwlthsinndlng they ure Indispensable servants of It and may do a vast deal to mske It hard or easy No mere hankers plan will meet the re quirements, no mstter how hon estly coiicelred It should be a merchants' and farmers' plan aa well, elastic In the bands of those who use it as an Indlapan sable part of their dall) bual neas. From Woodroir WU son's speech aoceptlng tha Demo cratic nomination. THE LOCAL MARKET. Wheat tl I I oats .... Bu I I orn v. 1 ! ftOOrP !' . . T I $ Pi I Meal I ti i mtpatuif lacked i i man " i Mixed Peed..., 1 i ' Hay e ton $12 a. ' inb potatoagi bi I Hen r a (,. 1 1 Pry la a Otalcheai i . . 1 bag e 'lot ... .:. ' i huttei a pj ! aacon t a iair.i a , nan e hbl ' Money 1 Sick headache cauaad hy ai: ordorad itotnaoh, Take Cbsoaabei lain'- Tablets utid correct that Bl 1 the haadaohag will diiapoaaat, y,,r , sale by all dealer a.- ; Advert) inont. i Ytnbl Will Build You Up and Make You Strong; Old people, tired, weal-, run down people, delicate children, frail mother, and tliie recovering from severe illness, this is a fact. ThouHandsof genuine tes timonials from reliable pen pie prove this claim, and to further support the fact and prove our faith in what we say, we unhesitatingly de clare that any one who 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, THE CONTRACT TO PLEASE In the Mieoutioti nf every lalraot, our Bret couaidert- ii tin- SATISFACTION OF OlRClSTOMtR FARMINGTON Mrs. E. L. SPAUGH, Prop. Nrxt tu tlir Knrk Chliirli. Pale Faces Pale-faced, weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardul, the woman's tonic, because Cardul will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardul has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. E tt CARDUI Take The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak 1 could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 Sears. When I began to ike Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Begin taking Cardui, today. FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES NOW READY AT HERMANN TRAUERNICH IS RELIABLE TAILORING ESTRBhISHfllEjNT You Get What You Want Here and Get it He .ill Bulldiiii East at Post Ofrlce ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., i FARMINGRON, MO. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware. Organs, Musical Instruments, Sewing Machine and Attachments. Watches and Clocks Gleaned and Repaired. i thos. H. ST am, Prasidsnt. I. B. COVKR, Cashier. St. Francois County Bank Pott OAcaj opjiositc ) FARMINOTON. MISSOURI, Solii-its your BanKJni Business Injured laeuint barfflary. This ii tha Bank with the Savings Department Interest puiil mi Tune Deiioits. DtRECTORS: THOB, H, S'I'AM. H. B. SWINK. W. T. IIAII.K B.I.MORRIS. I.M.MORRIS. S.J.TKTI.HV. KI). HM.BKR. EstabUshed 1897. Sheriff's Sale in Partition. ! M.irie Swt-ariiigin. Plaintiff, i In vs. Sophia BcBstaiojar, Defetkitj PurMUotx in obsdienca to an ordat of the Cir I cult Court ,f m. PrattBOii county, st.itt jui Missouri made In the above entitled . r,,ue, at the August term nf "-atd court ! fur 1912, un Auguet 7. 1912. bciu the ! 1 lurteenth day ol .aid term, I, the nn Idtrsianeil Sberiif of Si. Krauccis coun. j ty. Missouri. Vfltl OH Tuesday, November 12, 1912. Ibetwean the houra ol nine o'clock in I tin fofattoon anl five o'clock tu dte afterSOOfl of that day, at the south I front do-ir of the court bouse, in the I city uf Pamington, and during tin session of the Circuit Court of ssid county, ell at nuiilir auction tu the highest bidder, for cash, lur the- jmr i im - naajptd in -.aid order, the luiiow inr, 'k-sriiticd real estate, situate, lyinn Slid lieiu in the county uf St. l-'ran 'is .mil State of Missouri, tu-wit: All uf Iota one (1 anil eifht - of the subdivision ol lot number seven (7) of the original survey ol Rogytouru made by .Samuel Murphy, a plat of whihh ia on lie in the onVe of lite Recorder ol dee ls uf St. Francois county. Missouri. W.M. I.i IN DOS. Sheriff. October .t. 1912. A GOOD OLD LAXATIVE Kor it lit Mid utMit'tal tonic ami iilten.ti v-n, one that ynu chii d-Spnud ii and on' yuu ran in ik yourMlf. ua NYAL'S Mountain Herbs Tins is the method: III II Sllitttllle vessel place tableipuouful ol the Barbs, pour upon thuni two (aaoup- fills of hollluir water, com 1 mill m i aaldo t ateop do not boll, In fifteen to twauty miti uts the itrangth -iil he ex irueted. 7 ic 7'ei will aniiisr domtMtlt ttinitiiws. ivv litrif Mol vifi' ir to the names, pufffj fftc bjooef, iiiTcsc tin- KfyMtHt, iiiit tlifvtuni mill sio'r nn lrim:nt the body. A lurne quantity of meeJIollte dm be made frmn nue pnekage The Pries is 3ft cents. Whatever o tfuotl dfUg sture oengM to haSS alsj many tlilnifs ttist oili er gvog itocss don't Rasp you win gnd nara, Ooase to m umi ou'ii set wlist yon want E. ,V. LAAKMAN, NYAL AQENT. WE SELL AND FIT TRUSSES E. M. LAAKMAN, DRUGGIST. Right. FARMINGTOM, MO. 7 E. B. BWINK, Vict i'resiilent. NBUMMQ Mccormick, 4aytCas't, m . ' y m ' . nf, 11 i.am,. I'rBkl.lsnt Vlr.Pre, M. p OA rai, ashtsr. CAPITAL STOCK I so 000 00 Suriilus ami profit 130,000.90 l1""" ur,i Htnklns ni1 Ki- lulfr-si j,ai n time dsimslts. Insiireil mrsjnst tiurirlsrv In lh KiiieiiiT sD,i oaanaltv cv.. af n.t 'tpoKttary of County fund. couswnom a specialty. - - OIHKCTORS - - - I'eter Giessing, J. K. Klein, W, F. Doss, M. V. Cayre. W. R. I.anf(, A. J. Zwart, W. M. Harlan. Oscar L Haile & Co. Real Estate Insurance Loans Abstracts Notaries Pub lic and Cnn veyincers, Fire, Tornndo, Plate Glass und Accident Insurance Rents diitl accounts Collect ed. Phone 2 f a. FARMINGTON, 10. W. N. FLEMING Notary Public Real Estate Loans Insurance Your Business is Respectfully Solic ten OFFICE IN REALTY BUILDING. Farming-ton. Mo., Phone 71 Merrill Pipkin. Lawyer, Abstracter. Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent. FARMINGTON. MO. JACOB HELBER, DEALER IN HARDWARE and FURNITURE FARMINGTON. MO I HIM Guardian's Notice. Notice la iVreh ivn rhut a oartlfiMti or uuarulsrifihlt' -in tha person anil rutatp of fcarosft J, Naldart, non '-iimpo mentu, wun - r.t n t " i to tha uodtraisoad on Mia win un y Of eiifeinlN-r, YA'i, b) Iha PTObAta I mrt of It, irajicola ounn . MtstMiurl. .ill rfrsoni hfivlritf -Ulms aualnnt viM aataita Are raaoiNHl to exblbtl LaaA for lowanr to the trunnlian within our yvar ft it tin- tlat' of hi.- iij-itfilntaient or thy will Im rort'ver burred. mC K. UICKOK. IftlArdlAA. francis a. benham, Attorney-at-law, I). -.!'((' Miioari. Practices in hII the Courts of the State (HRM In QpCft Mount' llullflliiK EDWARD A. ROZIER. pLTTORIMEY AT LAW Kakminuton, .Missodii Vf iirsrtli.-e In all iliu .f M'j. nurl. aa-iimeii In Itonltr BulldlDI FELIX O. POSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Fist Rlvr. Missouri I'niPtlres In all roiins. iimri-tn the Opera MasBe tssiidlag, iimi-8 Hiaae iit, i iat kItst, leelileaue Htoaa in, tranaiaftoa. DR. B. R. DOWNING, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON AKMINUHIN MO. uttiru in m l-ana miliar liuililins ifilf. Plioni- 114. Kaslilinrc Phoae Isi OWEN A. SMITH M . D.. KYE AND EAR. at r ARMmoTon (aaeiasTi Tharsaay anil laeaielai oaip ir. afctaeoa'e iiuiiitina. AT TEAT RIVR. MssMlaf Wadsjaetlav assf PaMasr. h. b ledbetter' Attorney-at-law Farmincon Miaaoum Clisruilattontloii q l-rnliati. am Insuraner Buataace, Ofltoala iiann nt ParaaHaioa Bias B. H alAKHI KY. W. L. H KNHI.KT MARBURYA HENSLEY ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW FsrmlnKtan Klssanrl Will prartirr In all t(i- rnurti el t tie iHTlr. tarmtlliftiMl Melrantliill 'j. BIilu DR. E L MORTON, nFMTICT FAifMINdTON, MISSOURI. jeloa upalatrs la ii-.: it . Laoi BotMlaa, 'l-linni' No. as. C. A TETLEY DENTIST FARMIMGTON. MISSOtM Oficc in kralty Hlil(., Suite No. 6. I'houe 75. DR. C. R. FLEMING, I'HYSICIAX, I armlnirlon, msiourt. nmre in Raaltf Butldlai )KKli:r. 'PHONB: No. 7 7 UKSIIIKNCK 'I'll, No ill , DR. EMIL HERWIG, SPECIALIST Iithi.s f tha DlgMtlva ri?an. If arvone Dleoaaae. iluun :i a in 10a. 111. Itonm 13. n m to 1 .in p. at. 1 iti-nitr Builillaa Baeept -wn 1 ... . rarmlntiton, Mo I R. I B T. TIME TABLE North Roi nh. No. Nn, o No 21 V. II. J U J ,1H 2 41 1 56 t 9 .1 J .t 5 4 2i 4 45. 6 21 Laavs A.M. A. IKh- Run ..4 40 ,S Knrk Sri 4 44 s iku- Run JttPCtioil 4 47 S btlviaa ,s 02 ItaM sliver $09 9 Dealofe 15 () Booaa Terre 5 25 n Valle'e Ulttee s .sj q l;estu f, ij 10 Kiversiilc 6 l0 Arrive St. Umia I M 11 M, i" 4t 40 49 So BOITM Hoinii No. n No. uamtre a. m. m M. SV I'"u,,s 7 5 5 30 S Jt Mvararae 9 m 445 7 oj. ,'slll'i - 9 37 5 S 7 to valle'e Hiaae 10 is 5 19 7 cr Honnr Tern- 10 50 1 g H 17 Daeloge 11 03 6 07 H 40 Plat River 1 1 09 f, 12 84? IMna 11 16 6 10 h 54 One Run June. 1 1 .to 6 2 9 to Rork Springs . it jj 6.16 9 13 Arrive Dot Run 11 vs 6 40 9 15 No?. 13 anil 36 run through without change between St. Louis aad I)oe Run. Through inarlies on other trains, making connections at Riverside with Irnn Mountain trains. Two additional passenger trains in each direction between itonneTcrre ami Klvins have been pul on. No. y leaves Bonne Terre at 8:45 a, in. anl arrives at Klvins at 9:20; No. y leaves Blvltte nl 9:0 a. 111. and arrives at Itoniu Tcsre at 9:55. No. 35 leaves Bonne Terre at 3:15 p. m.and atrives atBlvina at 3:50; No. 30 leaves Elvins at 5:15 and arrives at Bonne Terre at 5:45. LANG & BRO. f. FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturers ' Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber and Building Material Also Undertakers of Funerals.