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PUBUSBRD Kvkhy THURSDAY BY
THE FARM I NGTON TIMES PRINTING COMPANY
T!1()S. H, ST AM. A. BWINK PHILIP S. OOUt.
President, Vice President, Sec'y sad Tress.
THRO, ii PISHKRi Bditor Rod Bustaess Mattasjer.
ONE H3LLAH A VEAR. PIPTY CBNT8 POH SIX MONTHS
(entered is " - -1 1 1 in matter at tbi Post ofltee at Parminaton. Missouri,
PARMINOTON, MO.. SOVBMBBi 28, 1912.
Rain Proof
and
Water Proof
lit ie a ooot) thing lo Qtvc
tbanhe nnto tbc lore, ano
to euui praises unto Zbt
name, 0, flRoat Dtflb Co
ebow forth Cbv levino
MttftfieM tn tbc morning,
anoCbp faithfulness cverv
niflbt. -' ' .vcj r-i'
Governor Bidley has appointed
Ibt following Dimtd members t
tbc Lsiglslatnre n i Viiiting Com
mittee tn visit ttie teveral Btat.
alaemosynary and penal institu
lions: Senator Thotoai J !.'
aagbl nf St Joseph, ttepreaenta
tivtt Alfred A. Vitl of Franklin
county tad A W. Teel of "lurk
coonty. Mr. Layssgbt isaDem
(. rut nml tilt other two Uepubli-
I'dtlS.
Senator laidor Rejuerof Mary,
laud, one of the leading Democratic
members nf the United States Hen
ate, died i lii- Washington reei
dence latl Monday morning after
a long illnaas. Por oonple of
arteke there bad been no hope of
liis reoovery. As the Maryland
Legislature doei not meet until
1914, tbc vacancy oocaaionad by
in- death will lie lilied by appoint
lufiit by iii" Qoveroor, who is
Republican. T h i will redoes the
hare Democratic majority in Hip
next Senate to a tie.
The papers are buy ipeoO'
luting us tn what position Mr.
Bryan will be offered in President
elect Wilson's administration, or
what position Mr. Bryan may ile
ire. hut neither of these geute
men have yet taken the public into
their confidence on tbal point. This
roocb may be iihl With reasonable
Btftainty, however Whatever
Mr. Bryan wants, it anything, he
can time. Hut lor Mr. limit),
Uoveroor Wilson would never have
i.een nominated, and it follows
would not have heen elected,
Therefore, Mr. Bryan's ability to
till any position being conceded,
('resident Wilson could not with
graoe refuse him any appointment
he would accept.
Hs anotbei meant of diverting
Bona of his burdensome
wealth, Mr, Andrew Car
negie's latest fad is to pension e
Presidents of the United states or
their widows with an annuity of
f25,000, to he paid them through
the Carnegie Corporation of New
York- The proportion is uot re
ceived with any appreciable mark
of favor throughout the oouutry,
hut rather us a hit ol effrontery
mid arrogance on the pari of swol
len fortune. If any provision is
necessary for our exl'rcsuletits to
maintain without financial embar
rassment the dignity that attache!
to their position, it is the pi BOS of
the government to provide it. and
not of some lodivldual private citi
zen, however gKBl liis wealth or
ins passion lo have his name gu
down to posterity intimately asso
oiated with an alleged pbilanthrop)
of that character. A man might,
without any sense of shame, but
with u gratsfulnCM of some pride,
accept an annuity from an appre
ciative government, when his finer
sensibilities would shrink from re
ceiving a gift from the income of
the invested fortune of a private
individual who is prompted more,
perhaps, by u desire to perpetuute
and honor bis own mime than by
nny patriotic motive or love of humanity-
We do not know whether it would
he wise or desirable for Congress
to pension our ex-President, but
this proposition of Mr. Carnegie
has started an agitation of the
question, and such a measure is
likely to be introduced during the
aession that convenes next week.
Onr ex President have been men
who knew how to dike care nl
themselves without u pension, ami
we don't Inflow that any of them
huve lowered the dignity of their
position or suffered In the esteem
of the people lor luck of financial
menus If it is desirable that our
living ex-Presidents retain a semi
official position, where they may de
vote their ktMwIedge of public ul
fans mid their experience to the
government, s:,me such plan us
thiii inggested by Mr. Bryan might
serve the put post that of admit
ting them io the deliberations of
the two branches of Congress to
advise in matters of legislation and
engage in the discotslon of public
question and measures, The sal -
an for this service would take the
place of B pension. Of course it
would be the right and proper
thing for Congress to see that tlx
widow of auy ex-President is gen
pronely provided for,
4l'H Republican friends con
Sip, sole themselves with the
tin. ught that the oombiui d
popular vote of Mr Taft and Col.
Roosevelt exceeded by a million
the popular vote of Uoveroor Wil
son, utnl reason that with hut one
candidate in the field they would
BBSil) have Won. We would not
deprive them of such consolation
as they may derive trom this fact,
but their logic is faulty. The con
ditions that caused the division of
their party would huve continued
even if Col. Roosevelt hud imt
bolted the Chicago convention and
started his hew putty, or if he had
secured the nomination at Chicago.
A large part of the Roosevelt fol
lowing would not have supported
Mr. Taft. Thousands of them
would huve voted for Uoveroor
Wilson in preference, aud other
thousands would huve refrained
from voting With Colonel
Etoosevell alone us the Republican
standard bearer, the result would
huve heen the same Thousands
of the old line or stand -pal Re
publicans would not huve supported
him; many because of the erratic
character of the man, others be
cause of the sentiment against a
third term for any man for Presi
dent Governor Wilson would
have been elected in either event.
The future of the Republican party
depends upon whether the leaders
can reorganize the scattered and di
vided elements into a homo
ganeous party. That this can be
done is improbable, und owing to
the apparent disintegration of the
old Republican party, in the read
justing process many may tillign
themselves with the party in power.
The Democratic party will be on
trial for the next four years, and if
its work is satisfactory to the
pountry its itrcngtfa will he aug
menled, It will not inter upon
this work in any huphazzard way,
but with leaders of long experience
in public affairs and many of out
uhlest mid best equipped statesman,
So it may be seen that anv hope
the routed Republican hosts may
huve nt closing up their ranks or
of the Democrats making some
grievous blunder that will discredit
them in the eyes of the people,
bangs by a slender thrend.
Wlille an Interested spectator at
the foot ball game between the
Slkeston Hh'li School and Htnte
Normal first team, at Cape (lirar
dMU mi Friday afternnnii nf last
week, Dr. Warren .Smith, of Slkes
ton, was run down by a sudden rush
of the team suffering a broken ankle
as the result. The physician with
hundreds of other spectators were
lined up on the side of the field and
in the scramble to get out of the
danger .one he was caught in the
midst of the rush.. Charleston Hep.
unp ejotniireg noe3r
'! I'll', 'saAHO oaioa Aj , UlH-
rS " a u pi- Jpp.tt paiijam euop
ran)! ,ujj xm s.qeoH.. jCiSHihj
qdH pn i.n.'n, i ppn ..'eiqnaii qBnone
HI qnAeii nfdoed enios oq Xwmj,,
'tcmdosopqrf s.udj ioojsuq
Tin; PARCELS POST.
The new parcels post luw goes in
to effect January I, IttU, Under
till- law pareela to the weight of i h
van pounds may in- -cot through tic
malls, and paokages must not ea
rned the si" that a six-foot till"
will go around both ways. Special
or distinctive parcel poat stamps
must be need. Ordinary pontage
stamps will nut answer the purpose,
and it tbese are pul u any package
it will he "held for pottage." Be
fore the law noes Into float the
various pnsi offloes wnl be supplied
with the distinctive parcel post
stumps. Pareele nol bearing the re
turn card of the tender will not he
received.
According to the department's
plan fourth class packages will he
delivered to any house, but a paek
a(c to he xiiiiled must he taken to
the poetoflloe, a currier station, or to
one of the contract stations selected
to receive f.iurth class mutter.
This rule, however, does not apply
tn pels, ins living a I 1 1 1' mini mutes,
who may give their packages to the
carrier us he ;iies by.
For the purpose of flxinn rules
eight zones huve bean urea ted based
upon units i hat are about 30 miles
square, The first zone may be said
to include all points within flfty
iniics of the senderlng office; the
second, points between SO and 190
miles; the third, ISO to 300) the
fourth, :o to 880; the fifth, BOO to
1,080; the sixth, 1,000 to 1,400; the
seventh 1,400 to L,880, and the eighth
all ureas beyond 1,800 miles. The
rates proposed are us follows:
itono
1
i
j
ti
li
Mil
1st Hi. or
fraction
oc
tic
Be
!lo
10c
11c
ISe
Much ailill
ilinial lb.
Is
Be
Ik-
7c
Bo
10c
13o
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ISO
:ii
not)
1000
1400
1800
1800
H
over
Vote on Amendments.
Jefferson city, Mo., Nov. 28.
complete ortlciul returns on the con
stitutional amendments, made public
late this afternoon by Secretary of
Stale Cornelius Koach, reveal all
were badly snowed under.
'Hie sixth, the single-tax proposi
tion, fared worse than any of the
others, hejii' defeated by s vote of
,'iHM,l.l7, utralnst ,si',,iU7 votes for it.
Next in order for raring badly came
in the seventh, witli only IHi.tlll for
it to 476,131 negatives.
The first amendment, which low
ered the school aire from 0 to 0
years and remove.! the age limit of
"li entirely, fared batter than the
others, hul it lost by a vote of
307,988 for and 1187,032 against, The
vote on t he nt her amendments was
us follows:
Kor
MU.lill
Auaiust
403,473
4UI. '.US
378,303
;t.s."i,ti!iH
:t4M,4t)."
401, 4:i
Sc. end .
Third
Fourth
Fifth
ICIghth
Ninth..
The fifth
131,704
174J,14()
Ifil,0M
197,843
'lMJU
uiunndmeut took
away
the riKht of nn alien to vote on bis
first papers, compelling him to wait
until be became a citizen. The
eighth gave a grand jury the right
to open ballot boxes in euses of
fraud; to take steps to Indict the
culprits. The fradulent ballets and
the evidence thus obtained could be
used against the defendants at their
trial.
The ninth provided for a tax of 111
cents on the $1110 assessed valuation
for public school purposes. The
others not enumerated were of min
or importance.
A man at Campbell has a banana
stalk, three years old, from which
be secured this year fifty-three ba
nanas. Tiiese are probably the first
bananas ever kiowii and ripened in
this section nf the state.
We have them. Don't buy an
Overcoat until you see what
we have to offer you. Best
Cravanette in gray, tan and
black.
You'll find our other line of
Overcoats for men and boys
complete to a finish, and our
prices are right.
Cole & Nixon Mercantile
Circuit Court Proceedings
Cm! Canes.
Julia 1 1 1 1 ft B. John Wood .t ill.,
title; defendants nie demurrer,
which is sustained, and plalutifl
granted to 80 days before the next
term to lile amended petition.
International Text Hook Co., va,
Thomas Halbrook, contract; lime
for filing hill of exceptions extended
until February Liub, for reason thut
the otiicial stenographer has t n
iiuuhle to complete the transcripts
of testimony in said cause within
the time grunted.
Marie Sweuringen vs. Sophia
Schneider, partition, dismissed by
plulntifT at her cost.
Heuj. Lenbits vs. C. L. Norwine,
dumages; continued on account of
illness of parties until next regular
term.
Thus Dalton and wife vs. St. I,. I.
M. a s. Ry, damages ; time of Bling
hill of exceptions extended to Jan
uary 13th because stenographer is
unable to Ble transcript ol evidence.
Isura Hiaemore vs. City ol Ki
vim, damages; cause reset lor Dee,
'Jti. Same order in cause of Samuel
Sizeinor vs. City of Klvins.
Jeremiah Hopkins vs. v. M, Dal
ton, note; judgment by default for
1807.30 for plaintiff,
Louie it. Ringer vs. Bmma Scott
el al., partition; F, (), Pnttonj guar
dian ltd litem, filed motion forallow
anoe us attorney for minors which
is grunted In the sum of $IH,
Farmers Hank vs. George Hwin-
ford et ul., note; judgment by de
fault for 8983.00.
Hank of St. Mary's vs. K. It.
Campbell et al., note; trial by jury
and verdict for platntlfl in the sum
of 8342.80.
George Hruml vs. James Long et
al., to ipiiet title; tried by court und
submitted.
It being necessary for Judge Hook
to be absent on Saturday, Nov. 88,
J. Paul Csyce was elected special
Judge for thai day.
The Uralid jury made its report to
the Court on Saturday, and having
no further business for this court
the grand jurors were discharged.
Causes of j. (,. Phillips, Farmers
Hank, Thus. J. Whelen und H. I.
Morns against W, H, Hesset al, on
note, were dismissed at cost of de
fendant .
Maitha Meyer vs. Joseph Becker,
title; proof of publication filed,
platntlfl submits her cause to the
court, and decree us prayed for
granted,
Frank Bylugton vs. Frank K.
Silshy, appeal trom .1 P.; cause
continued to next term at cost of d- -
fondant.
Bmma Turnbull vs. Federal Lead
Co., damages; Judgment by agree
ment In fnvoi of $nOI), and satisfac
tion ot judgment ordered in open
court. i
Miners I, umber Co. vs. Thomas
M. Masterson, mechanic's lieu;
BBUSe tried by court and submitted.
State Cases.
Mont Met' lenahan, assault with
intent to kill; trial by jury and fail
ure to agree; defendant entered plea
of guilty to common assault aud
his punishment ussessed at six
months in jail.
Charles Lewis, murder; trial by
jury, and the Jury returned verdict
that they find defendant insane and
in such mental condition that he
cannot be safely put on trial at this
time; whereupon It was ordered by
the court that Charles Lewis be con
fined at State Hospital No. 4 until
be shall be restored to sane condi
tion, and the Superintendent of said
hospital is to report that fact to this
court, and that defendant may lie
put upon trial for the charge against
htm.
A LOCAL
MAN OR WOfa AN
Is desired right now to represent The Pictorial Review in
this territory to sail on those whose subscriptions are about to
expire. Big money tor the right personrepresentatives In
tome other distriots make over 1500.00 s mouth Square tims
workers ate liberally paid tor what they do. Any person taking
up this position becomes the direct local representative of the
publishers, Write today for this offer of
PICTORIAL REVIEW
L'JJ West 30tb Street
THE LOCAL MARKET
Wheal HA
Oats to
Oorn 70
Floury ln i "ii I U Wi
Meal s.'.
siiIimuit fsaebedl i St
man I jii
Mlxi'il reed 1 St
hid e Ion IU 'Hi
trii a Potatoes ss
Hi io tr a mi
CrylnK QBMBjeBS ISty
Kjeifr e 'in Ml
inmer r a M
Baaan r IS
ham r a M
Hull y Dili II (KI
Honey is
St. Louie Live Stock Market
I araoiax report i
National stock Yards. III., Nov. Jt),
( uttle receipts llaOU. The feeling
in the steer trade has been quite ac
itressive the lust few days and cur
rent prices are fully 16 to JOc higher
than lust Krlday. This strength bus
featured the rank and lile of beeves.
Heifer stuff however, plentiful und
market barely steady. On the other
hand trude for cows fully as ifood
as last week and this despite the
fact that receipts are lartfe.
Hog receipts 12,000. Market III to
16c lower: top f7.8fi.
Sheep receipts 8BB0, The lamb
trade active and III to I5c higher und
2nc above last Krlday. Top Ifj.So to
JE7.1U. (fat sheep 88.80. Western
wethers M I-1; yearling wethers 86,60
to 86.76. Hocks 83.08.
National Livi Stock Com. Oo
Toilet Accessories
We carry a full line of Toilet
Requiviteg tor Particular
People.
COLD CREAMS
TOILET WATERS
TALCUM POWDERS
SOAPS am. PERFUMES
DENTAL PRBPARAT'NS
Gity Drag Store
E. J. LAWRENCE, Mgr.
uumii by ffrsWratiei ,
wan. uavul , J
a oo mBSSW
Co.
New York City
B- H. MARBURY
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW'
FarmluKton' Misiearl
Will ni arttre In all Hit- r-jurtr o t l m state
uAVe Karmlnifton Mercantile Go. HluV
francis a. ben ham.
Attorney-at-law,
Daalote, MUaouri
Practices in all Ibe Courts of the Hl;iie
OBJos in Open House Manillas'.
H. B- LEDBETTER'
I Attorney-at-law
Farmincon Missousi.
Special atteatloa to Probata ami inui'anr
v7 lltitlneiR.
omreln Hank nl Karuilnston liliiu
FFLIX O. PO?rOM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Flat River. 88 laaonrl
l'i net Ices In ull conrlH. oltl.e In the opera
itouss bttiidiaa.
uates Bbeae ii". nut River.
Itefflilence plione in, Farsslagton.
EDWARD A. ROZIER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kakminotok, Missouri,
wrtu. pracilee in an the Ooarts of mis.
aurl. ..u. . In Itealiv lliilhiinu
OWEN A. SMITH M. D..
KYtC AND EA hi.
AT FARMIROTOR
PaeeSaVi 'I'huraUajr anil Saturdaf. (iSIr,
lr. llolilnaon'i llullrtliia.
AT FLAT RIVR.
Mi .nilar Wi-itneailar anil Friday
DR. B. R. DOWNING,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
r.WlMINUToN MO.
ootce in ttie uaaa Holler Bonaiaa.
i Obis Ptaoae ik. iiesiiiFiue Pboae Ml.
DR. EM I L HERWIG,
SPECIALIST
Discuses of the DlgCStiVC OljIfttlS,
Nervous Diseases.
lloiiri S to i.i .'m a. iu. i Kooni II,
i mi to :i m p, in. i lieaiiv Ituiiilir.
Kscepl Sundays.
f armlnttoo. Mo.
C. A TETLEY
DENTIST
FARMIflrGTON, MISSOLH
QSJcs in Realty Bldg., Suite No. 6.
l'bone 75.
DR. E L. MORTON,
DENTIST.
FAifMIMOTON, MISSOL'RI.
)Blr np talri In Holler A Ijiiik llullillnit.
'Phone No. SB.
Executrix's Notice.
Nonce is Sersbjr xiven iimi tetters testa-
BSeatarr on the etate or
wm. ii. rotrxs, Deed,
were Kranteil to the uiutenilKned on tin
siiniayof November, 1S1I, tr tn Probate
Court ot .st. Francois county Sliitourt.
All penons liiivlnn rlalnni ainlnii salil
eitate are re.iulreil to exltltilt thm lor al
lowaaee to tos BsecatrU within stx monttis
after the ilate or said letter, or titer may
In- preelaaed from uny benefit of iurn
eatate, and If lurh claims ts not einmtteil
within one year Irom the dale of the tail
Iniertlon of the pubhi-utlon of this ncilre
they shall be forever tiarred.
MABt B. YOtJNii.
i I X . ' I ll I" lS
NOV. 14, ICtt,

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