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Foot Ball Doath Toll.
( ililcago, ill , N.v. :i Ten killed and ltd injured constitutes tlie toll collected from the gridiron during I C Ni'llHUll (.f Ullii. Despite aaaertlotis thai t! gar of 1 ! 1 J differed little iron, the ild style plunging nmr, the 111 of dead li tin ill i if the dead, i .! bet ii 1 1 I DO, ill j ouiig. being Joseph I Im 14, Hi M. Dill. W li- in tin heiid in -i 1 Van Rossen, , Willi .1 II - Ull'lil'll 'corner-lot " eon playara over ncuseion 'if if.' ii the llllnoii till. Null" III ll hi years old (foncu hruin resulted Karl ( Iiimh, 17, ni Hlfrh Behool team, against Auburn Hi-'' In' eras fially Injured i lair Kllsgerald, l Neh., wan playing with nut team against a tea and hli nosh was brol ttti e nliei Ik, Iuiui idia .f Valley ludepeud if "aruba' IT ill-. t after tin Charles lin mi inli' l hI 1 1 .Ii Kill d. ll- liaverfoi 'ed Intern Not atnbi I ( nllegH i injuria i !i. H vh .all Willi eleven and suffi in pratlci . dylm if. Ml rn, 24, the tun t !." I lc. pin "il Muud fi , ii- tin kull ami Iliad i in ( l.'tober IK, I ii, Is; Hugo Hell, 17; Jai iinl Art. hi Mchrontx, ii Lj were It tin ithei killed, Of tin' Injured, all I except Tail Jonea, roach i" playeri r Hi.' F.x-. it ( ollege I'l. N .'ii . waa demon- -t rating a play. Victims of football Killed 10; Injured. IKIi fractured ! anil nklea, U, apralned anklea, IB; kicked in head, 4; frac tared ahould' ere, I: major dlelocatlona, li: frac tnri'il rills, Uj broken unaea, 10; hro kmi hand anil wrists, Uj facial hi juriea and nils mi head, 5j spinal Injurlea, 2 fraeturod collar bone, V broken arms, ;i; broken law . 1 1 Internal Injnrlea, M; fractured -Lull. I: fractured hip, I; minor apraina, wren 'lies ami mtiacle brulaea, 112. I ll I Hi AH RKttOKUi d Injured 71 Jim KM) 168 jim; lift) I 17s Is I ' loverninont May Pay Caoipnign Expenses Waahlugton, I), c, Nov. Ill -denator Qore of Oklaliotna, in cliarge 01 oi'L'aniaiioii tiirouKii tlie euim palgn for the Doruooratlc National Committee, rioKn friend of President-alec! VVUaoii, i.as turned iHa attention tu Hie tueatioit of eani-i palgti contrlhutlona, and will Intro-1 dnee a lull srhleh will provide that i the Government shall boar ti sl if preaidantlal campaigns. Si'llHtnl tliirn. till. I ntig;ressinnal iii.. many H.IIMi ithen Of til In l.n.l revalations befor tnlttee, of willed chairman. The some ni tin- camp aouroas ul same tiOUS are things li ami lie Lei je v hh il II Henate coin- Senator Clapp is ittormoug alga nf tlgn funds ami tlm of the cuntribii' 1 cannot approve, imperative Con. rress should andertake legislation, tnaemaoh ai the Idea of the Oov. era me irt bearing the coal of oam palgna hu. been advocated by many, the Ml vhidk Banator Qore work ing on and which hs will introduce early the camlng session , prom ises to be Widely and carefully soratlnlaad. The tOOtatlve plan Of Senator (ore s to huae the anmiiiit of cam paign tiinils for each party on the number or voters at the laat preced ing general election, in u presiden tial campaign Le would have the al lowance made by tlie Federal (Jov--riiinnnt J.'i eeiitu pr votpr. In it ngjraaalaaal campaign he would hme tlm allowance hi cents per voter. Jast how much Ibis would mean tn Government appropriations for tlie next prcHldcntial campaign can mt.v be roughly calculates, Senator Qore figures it would mean some thing like 11,060,000 for the Demo crats, 1600,000 for the Progressive party, and OMQ,O60 for tlm Bepubli catta. He calculate!) tliut the entire coat t u preaideiitial ratnpiiiKii for till iiartlea, Ilnmucrat, BapttMtcan, l'ro Ki'eaaiva, UociaiiNt, Prohibitionist, and all nthera that may happen along, would not exceed 1200,000. Don't wast.- your money buying strengthening plasters. Chamber laln'a Llniasant i nbeaper and bat- ter. Dampen 11 ploco of flannel with ot and bind it over the uflected parts -md il will roliove tlio pain and aure nnss. For sale by all dealeirs. Ad ITear. Kill. 1INII 7 tgirj is Mai 11 IWH 11 IWS !M IHOO li IW7 1.1 l!HW I I I'HW 9( nun jn mil 11 I'Hj in W illi- Worlay, brother .f ('. . I Wurley, Democratic candidate .fur loutty Aaaaaaor in the recent alec Hon was killed on the 14th mi the farm oi William Btout near Poplar lilnll by being drawn Into u tnraehai . ll had i n feeding paae Into the machine, a win' full from barn loft ami dropped Into the thrasher. As M waa drawn down an eadoeughi Worley'i gloves, He coi faaten ii ipilck enough iii awn Into tin' thraaher i Id ii anil waa The right i -nli' nf hta face and bead and hi I -ft inn wete torn nil Hi' waa dead when the machinery atopped, Pop. lar it i ii ti ('Itixen, i "Thar mid In- no bette clue thun Chamberlain's it' medj My children ware with whooping couffbi One all f ll waa In lied, had a high fever ami w.ib coughm,: up lilmul. Our ilm i'r them ITiainlierlaln't Cough Remedy ami the first doae eased them, and tin"" hottlea oured them,' says Mr, i: Dotialdaon, ..f . Invtm . Mi--. Kor -ai" by all d. .1 er. AdvertUe nt.j As Othen. Sec Us. cane into th. cai uh Kwag- 'mi!; tin onlj vacant neat with ani manlfeataflona nf kla belief Is evii Imporianoe, kickiiiK the bin valine ii longing to tin napping bi In tj second street, he fumi-ii U hi' left foot with her hand, try i lift It, onl) to exclaim with embarraaanieni "Aeh! Ki in. i, tint I' look Jam like mins hl I n.ai.li coose bag" Hiccough Epidemics. Tin' epidemics of nloooiisjk which tcsslonally been observed are y due to hyad i leal contagion til.- nervous oredlaaoattlon of ha pi i d the majority nf ike Individuals who ar.' affected by It It la to functional derangement of the nervous system oi h i- in a sleekening of the circula tion that the bleoougn of the deatk part ir iiliiMidallt In 1 in he nhcrlhed. Sugar in Diet. Sneaking nf the Importance sugar m obildrea'a diet. Dr Hutcbinson :-as it la not unlll tli.it the almost it'iivprsal and roiitly in I..- ih.'inkriil fur lack of r im fur alcohol m children ami iromen is due largely to tlm iv tooth possessed by them and their dulgence In randy, cakea, fruit, oreatna ami sweet meats generally.' Pronunciation of Z. The pronunciation Ol the 1-tter Z r.n zee in .in gaaariaantom The Eng lish pronunciation is ted, from the old Old French zede, which in turn la derived from the Latin lata, the nana ofJthe Hlxth letter of the Greek alpha bet, corresponding to the Rnglbdt sod. Shakespeare In KIiik Lear, act 11, scene 2, gives the grngllsh pronuncia tion, which Is still in VOgue: "Zed! thou unnoeeassry letter." Might Get Even With Mosquito. An observer In India haa found a aiiuil! rty of the midge clasa with Its groboaels Inserted in the ahdomen of a rDoocjutte engaged in sucking the mosquito's blood There In comfort. If not beneflt, In thin Ml of newa h can't we Import this midge? The mosquitoes would know how It la thetnealvea then, perhaps. Farm and : 'I reside. Victim of 8nakes He Hunted. Aft. r destroying upwards of 2.000 rlpera In the ooarae of his career na 1 snake bnntar, M Henry lauaaaraaa died recently. In I'aria. from the blto of a Hiiaku He waa hunthiK anakea in the woods near Boulotre (Sarthe). when a viper bit him In the hand and arm. and he died In tnrrlblo agony twelve hours later Nolaeleea Qun for Killing Horaea. A curious horae kllllnK gun used In Knglund to kill horees which have been Injured la now belli adopted b; American antl cruelty aocletlea be cauae of Im nolaclt-Hnnc aa and surety of action By a Sllgbl blow a bullet la nolaeleaaly diiven Into the brain of the animal, killing It blatantly, with out a Bound to utlrBct attention In a city at reel Human Naturs. "Why la It." aaked the curloua guest "that poor men usually kIvii largai tlw than rich nienT" "Well, atlh.' aald (he waiter, who waa somethlnK of a philosopher aa well, "looka to me like de po' man don t want nobody to find out he'a po , and de rich man don't wunt nobody to tlnd out he's rich." Youths Companion. A Little Wisdom. A man with a half volition goea backward and forward and makea no way on the smoothest road; a man with a whole volition advances on th" niuRheat and will reacli hla purpose. If them be even a little wladom !u It. Carlyle. One Mlstske He Made. "Tour oon seems very clear-head ed." "Yes; he's a amart boy Only he made n mistake once He Bald, 'Fa ther, now Is th' time to fall.' so we tailed, and made good money from It. Only if we had watted till th' next Wi lli we would have burned out!' Cleveland Pialu Dealer. Both Wore Learning. "I never had any Idea that one had to learn ho much after hiarr!a;;a. My Badly in learning to aook and I am learning to cat." Lustlge Dlui tter The boy 'a appetite in often the I aource of amaienient If you would have mail an appetite take fjbatu berlain'a Tableta. They not only create a healthy appetite, imt strengthen the stomach and aaahle it ti. tin us work naturally, Kor sale ' by all dealers. Advertisement. Oscar L. Haile & Co. Real Estate Notaries Pub lie and Con veyancerj, Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass and Accident Insurance Insurance Loans Abstracts Knits anil Accounts Collected. Phone 219. FARM NG1 ON, 10, W. N FLEMING Notary Public Real Estate Loans Insurance Your Business is Respectfully Sollc ten OFFICE IN REALTY BUILDING. Farmineton. Mo.. Phone 71 THE CONTRACT TO PLEASE In Hi" i"u tract, tioti is Hu exet'lltn i.t SATISFACTION or OURCLSTOMtR FARMINGTON Mrs. E. L. SPAUGH, Prop. Next In the Rock Churefa Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Ten Haute, Ind. "1 tried Car dui, and it helped me greatly. Now, I do my own washing and ironing." E 63 Take The Woman's Tonic Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural man ner on the delicate, woman ly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves, in the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than a million women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that It will do you good. At aD drag starts. JACOB HELBER, OCALCR IN HARDWARE and FURNITURE FAHUINOTOK, MO nnin ffOK Three Free splenpid HOT I IPC CHRISTMAS Ol.L.ir.a PRESENTS ONE GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL DOLL (Twenty-seven Inches Tall) TWO SMALL SISTER DOLLIES Ulhographtd-ln Five Colors ai Heavy ''lore, all read) to cut nut. aew Up and stuff, and may I., fill..,! with either rag.. I Ottnli OI K.IWdUHt. Actual alas Of big doll Is 2; Indira lull It k hii large that baby's 1 wti clothes fit it. its r if. muuiui 1'iiiK cnaeas, gold K'il'ii'11 y irown hair and big i.rlKlu d ve. its movable llmbi br'nc -A ny I., every child, ami the Jb "' feat m tli.it it la I,,. leatrui tibia. i'. .... 1... ,li. li. i - ii..,. 11 J Bealdaa thin hi iiiili there ar" two mailer saes to ha Kiveu absolutely free to every mem-. her nf Fnrin rr"K ress Pwinliy. It you t lllel 11I11 I. III,. 1. villi 11 tn in. and an have tn du In nr. ion tn for hii; paper foi in 1 tlllH i.'l yeHr, or fill e.-nt-i fur tkre yaara, and gat the Ihlaa dollH live. FARM PROGHSb u Hi,, blataest aeml-montht) faun slid sgrlcultui'i.1 paper pUbilSbl il in Amu lieu. It Is unqueetlonably the best aui inuBi laiii.i.ie paper of itn kin. I p 11 I. 11 h . .1. FARM PROORgUJg l ..f In.'Ntln,- nme value in ev.uv lurnier trie k Kiirdiier. Iiei ki-p.-i. Iiiik. aheep cattle or ioutir raiser, and in faot, to even -one enmined In .isrlrultuial uii nuita i"ASl I lli;ns, 710 (lllir St.. St. Kin l..ne I find ' 1 I WW 0 O FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES NOW READY AT HERMANN TRAUERNICH T'S REblflBLE TAIIiORING ESTABIilSHfflEHT You Get What Ycu WaDt Here and Get it Re.illv Building tat of Post Office i ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., FARMINGRON, MO. watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware. Organa, Musical Instruments, Sewing; Machines and Attachments. watches anil Clocks Gleaned and Beuaired THUS. II. STA.M. President. 1. B. COVER, Cashier. St. Francois County Bank I Post OSes Ippositt i FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, Solicit.- your Banking Business innieari !. , i i... This i the Bank with. paid mi Tune Deposits. directors: TH08. It. STA.M ft li. SWINK. W. T. f. M. MORRIS. S. J.TKTI.IiV. Katabliahed 1897. Execatrix'a Notice. Notice la hitrrtn mven that letten testn msatan irsse aranteii to the unilvriiini'i by the 1'rotaiti' I 'nurt of Ht .rranrnia eouatr, HUaourl on ttie trth nav of October, isu. nil ttie estate of i in im tS l.M,, ..: ..... : All person liarlnir rlalnn aaalnat mil. I ratal a are re.iulreil to exhibit l ham tor nl lowaaes to the Kzecutrlx within alx montle. after the ilate of said lettrra, or they may lie iirerliiileil fnim any benent of aurli sstais, aad if saett etattaa tie not azhlbltao within one yenr Ir.im the ilat of the loai liKertinn ot the publication iit tills not ire, th ) shall lie f.irever burrnl. MAIM 0, LAN... Kxeeili rl x . net SI, WIS. Merrill Pipkin, Lawyer, Abstracter. Real Estate. Loan and Insurance Agent. FARMINGTON, MO. v V UT Y -.-x -sC: 1 1 ' 1 iii ., year's subscription and 3 dolls free Hox. State. Right. rARMIIMGTOV MO. f 1 WN f in M j' R, K. SU'INK, Vice President. fielding Mccormick, tset caek'r. the Savinss Department interest HAILE B. i. MORRIS. Kt). nun Quardiaa'a Notice. I Notice la hereby alven that a rertlrhrtite .i auaralaaSBtPM the a rami anil eatale of l.rnest J. Nelilert. nnn comnos mentis, wua iranleit tn the unrtVralxiied on the lt fe ilny "t Heptninber, CI3, by the Probate t nurt of St. rraaeoSj ueaaty, Missouri. All rera.His havlna rlatma analnst sabl eatate are re.iulreil tn exlilblt ihnai foe si. liiwance a tie wiioriltan within one year BRer taeaate of tils appointment or thev w ill be f'.rerer ttnrred. 0, k. HIOROK, Uaarllan. g Mississippi R"Y5 BdnneTerre Railway, THE SHORT UNC arTwetr Bt.Lduib jEAOpI FLDS SQUTHEAfffl380URI. Ytnbt Will Build You Up and Make You Strong Old people, tired, weak, run down people, delicate children, frail mothers, and those recovering from severe illness, this is a fact. 'I housands of genuine tes timonials from reliable peo ple 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! TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Electric R. R. Time Table. Botwecn Farmington and Flat River. I. v. I n l.lllltflnn 1 is a. in. special i .M a. in. Arr Flat River A ma 111 . I a. 111. k ul a m . I 8a a. in . 1 1 mi a . 111 . 1 ift p. 111. '.' V) p. 111. '1 UJ p. m. 5 12 p. ill. I eg p. ai Arr. Farmlagton I RJ a. m . " Is a 111. s :.t a . ui ti SI a 111 II 11 111 .' a p. m 4 21 p. in. I. m p. in " "I p. m. 11 ; p. m .si a in. Kacept auadi s II II . 111. in is p, III. 1 : H p. 111. 1 im p. m 4 si p. in. s " p. III. il in p. in. Lv. n.u giver I I" a. 111. 1 it n. 111. s OS a . in . I. in a. 111. II -'i' a . 111 . 1 SB i 111 . 1 at p, in . .'ii p, in. Kacept Sunday 1 in 1 cpt ! I' ll -llll'lH)' in . in . p. How to Get to and from Farmington. From tha North via 8t Louia. reacli farmlagton rou can us,- ciiiir u ins following roufes It. . It T. Ry. 1.1'iiv.' si. Louli at : is ana . in p m . srrlvlns si ram 1 -li"'lrlr r 'llway Ii uu l l.n ; : v.-r ." anil !i SI p ill. invton ill I: i' Kiiace snd llllnoii toutbarn baave at i.nuis in s h a. in., arriving al I snalnaton nvei i l.ctrli nillna.i irniu Kjlln-ral i l p. Iron Mountain heave at tmij at : so.ir viosa. m.ands p. n. arnviagat rarmtaa- '"11 nv l.-i lil,' ntlltva t.nlll lli'l.UKIUI l.i II I .11 . p. III. From thu South. Iran H mutate via IllsmareK ami iieis ins triive iit Kar.itliu'liin over I'leclrli' iinlivuy nl U It unit '.i d. ui. trim Mountain ami Illinois Southern vis UlMunn k Arrive ul I'liriiiliiulnn nvurelrc tr'c rallwra from Esthers! :p m lli'liiiniit liriiiii'li 111 Irnii Monntnlii -Arrive at furiiiliiKt.in over electric railway frnin netvassus at 1; is a. m, ami h p m Krisco snd llllnoii soutbera via st un vl eve Arrive si hariiiinxiun nv, 1 electric railway from Kstherai I:J p. m. To Beach 8t. Louia. J'oupan go over ettber of the roads at tin. fntlnwlna Mourn - llllnoii Mutliern ami Kliseo Leave f arm IliKtnn i't electric railway In Kslher ul OS p. m.. srrlvlna in St, boull 111 s H D. ,. si 1:. x it. t 'bssva rarmmgtoa over electric railway In Hat Itlvvr al lis III 11 111 anil j in p. in sad 9 IT p. in . urrlTlnn In hi Loolsal ll son in ami r. 2: p m. iron stoaalaM- heave Parsalngton over ti-1.1.- iiniwiiy 10 lii'.is.i at i-i a , ainl 1 m p. iii . arrivinn in -t i nula at in. I ., . ui - ft. ft T. TIMt TABLE NllKTII It.H Mi. NO. ,W No. 2f N Leave Iiik" Run It.H-k Springs ioi- Run Juectiea ttlvias Flat River Itealoge Bonne Tern Vslle'a Mines Psstua Riverside o. 22 A K, A. M, I 4 Jo fi A' . M. 1 II ' .t" 2 41 I 5b i 0.1 i I" .t gf .5 5J 4 2) 4 45 h 27 I 44 t 47 S oj S 5 15 J 3 5 $i M 6 50 s t? h 4 S 4ft 1) 00 9 ob i) II II 20 9 49 10 22 to 4,t Arrive St Louis So South Bound No. 3i No. 2. No. ti Leave St. Louis Riverside Pastas Valle's Mines BOB tIC Terre IesIoj;i' Flat Rivrr Kltrins Ie Run Jim. Rock Banners Arrive Dor Run A. M, P, M. I'. M. " SO 1 30 5 31 9 Jo 4 as 7 o.s 9 S7 5 5 7 to 10 IS 5 j9 7 jg ln So ,s 55 I 37 1 1 03 6 07 H 411 tl oq f, 12 S 42 II 16 6 16 8 54 II Jo 6 S 9 0 'I 13 6 36 9 13 1 1 31 6 411 q 11 Nov. aa and jt, run through without change between St. Louis and Doe Run. Through c, niches on other trains, making connections at Riverside with Iron Mountain trains. Two additional passenger trains in each direction between Bonne Tcrrr anil Ivlvins have been put on. No. x leaves Bonne Terre at 8:45 a. at, ami arrives at i:ivins at 9. J0; No. u leaves t'.lvins at q: o a. tn. nml tulin ,., 1, ...... Tesre at 9:55. No. 35 leaves Boar,. rcneat 3:15 p. 111. and airives atUrins at 3:50; No. 36 leaves Bleins at sua snd arrives at Bonne Terre at S'45 LANC & BRO. Jim FARMINGTON, MO. Manufacturers Wagona, Farm Implementa, Lumber and Building Material Also Undertakers of Funerals.