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Pl'SUSMED BVEMK Tin KKDAT BT THE FARM I NGTON TIMES PRINTING COMPANY THOS II. ST A M K . . SWINK PHIUf o v.iu.1 Preaiflenl. let rrrsi-lent. THBO. I PISHKR, BditOI and Bnilnta hnteri d .u wcoail i in" mui ti i in i in M 1 Met tl ft Mrr 4U. 1 T r rii -. ONE DOLLAR A VEAR, FIFTY CENTS FOR SIX MONTIS FARMINOTON, MO , DEI KMBER 111, 1912. 'ungreaauian Wallt i L. Hi tialey n( tllll dletrlcl 1 1 -lit..l l"i chair i a id i of the Committee "ii Laboi In tin- next Congreea, Mr Henaley is now member "f thai committee and nil work has nu t with general i mendalion, We congratulate litm mi ill promotion to tin iui r manehlp. Mr. i', a. Eaton, caahler of the irniiiiaW' Bank, haa n long Hat of in dorsement! for State Hank Exam iner from Southeast Mlaaouri, In- ( Indiiic. acvural hanks and hankers fniii si. Lonla: Mr Raton la a aon "f nr. J a Baton f Belgrade, BepramntattT! nlitl "f Washington county. Hint hat. poaelbly had the dlatlnctlon "f being the youngeat lunik caabier in Mlaaouri. Ha re calved hla education mi Columbia and Cape Olrerdeau, and ban had r . 1 1 j r yean practical eaperlenee n a banker. Mr. Baton is h live wire In hla choaeit Held, and hla appoint mm nt would be natlafactory to all bankera ol this aeetion, lourth-tHaaa pnatiuaetera thai I'm ai dant Tafl placed undei the f-j 1 1 er rice rule at the tax-end of hie admin latiou, are nol aa aacure In their life oba as they may imaifine, Thai or der ol Mr. Taft can be revoked by President-elect Wllaon whan he cornea Into his own, and hi- ouithl to do it Tba Idea ol placing forty thousand partisan appointee! under ti ivii aervlce who never under went a civil aervlce examination f any kind in their lives, In In itsell prepoaterona, Tba civil aervlce law Ii right In aoma reapecta, eapecl- ally at It is applied to railroad mail clerka md ; and etnployei of government depart meuti where ex perl work Ih required, hut thla thing tif a republic carrying on it h payroll! tbouaanda of llfetenure nfHcere, em ployee and retainer la hardly 11 harmony with tin- apirll of our re publican formjgoverntnent, however much it might be with monarchal In atltutlona. We don't Itelleve in life-tenure for any office, and think a groat miatake even was made when mir l ulti'd states Supreme and District J udgea were made auch, 4 ten-year term would have been better, and then i H) . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if if were tl ght Ih -i by the appointing power. Judge J, W. Harrii, who Farm between Holcomb and Uibaon, doe! not claim to be a aolo worker, but the puHt aeaaou in- kepi a record ol din private crop, and here II is: Prom leaa than 4 aorea, in- picked 4.!10 lbs. "f lead cotton) aold 3,110 of this in tin' Med at 4.46, getting 9138.61, Baled 1000 which tinted SKI ihs , worth 13c i.r 73.10. Tl frinn 4 acres, be told ifltK) wortl of waterwielona, From the Kami, gronnd, be taved "i tuns of pea hay, worth JOt). From l pound of turnip aeed, he aold $Tii worth of turnlpa ho from ii acea, Including his cotton m-ed which netted him HT.n-.1, be got 1605.02. Thla is about H-'it; an ai re, isn't it'.' It shows what can he done by careful attention and Induatry. Dunklin Democrat You will Itnd that drtiffgiata every where apeak well ol Chamberlain'! Cough Remedy, l iny know from experience In the sale of it thai In cases of cottgllN and colds it can al ways he depended upon, and that it la pleasant and -ale to take. K-, sale by all (h ah i s. AiU . CARELESSNESS i wbi Ii i iltapla) and I the quality I material CRANK and Made in Berkshiri pa ptn there are BMta) kiadt raitabla lot all oc caaioaa, Theec are ai ways the heat of rar): giade, ranging Iron thi moderately priced to the morr upensive; and n alwa) I in CI mil form We i an show von a lari variety the Batoii CraUI ,: Pine Co.'l pro ductiona, PELTY'S HOOK STOKE. THE HOLMSEB KILE SUIT TO ODST DIRIX'TORS OF 1 HE UOE RUN LEAD CO Robert Hnlmea of st. Lout., atockholder of the Doe Run Leai t .... who jual hi'fore the recent an ii ti al election of dlreetora of ii.hi company gave to the public aomt aenaational chargei as to the mate agement of it .iiTairs, together wltl . other membera .f his family, laai Wedneaday, the nth. tiled with thi Circuit Clerk of thla county a i-n- wi to all theaVaervlcea. tioi, tiriiik'iiiL' smt to oust the prea ent directors and offleera of the Hoe Run Lead Co., aeking for an onler lor a new election and declaring the present directors Ineligible to re election. The petitions names Dwight H. J ore, Hugh N (amp Jr. Fayette r. tiriiMs, itoacoe it . Paraona, (iirard ti. Parsons and the Doe Run CHURCH NOTICES. Baptift Church. There will be aervlce at the Bap tit i inch next Sunday morning. Cbimtuin Otiurcb Bible School at HI a in.; morning aervlce at II o'clock The morning auhject will he in harmony with the Cbrlaltna season , Evening sen Ice at 7:30. Subject, "The streets of the t ' 1 1 V . " The Bible School will have its Chrlatmea exerclaea on Tuesday evening at 7,00. Every one j invu- .1 M B ui.n . Minlati r. Metbudiat Epikcupul Church. The various services next Sunday will he closely related to the fhlist iiihs season. May we not look fin u large iittendai.ee of membera and friends. mx claaaea In the Sunday achool l ad their quota of an attendance of 260 last Sunday. A twenty per cent ncrease in the other classes would Lead Co., aa defendants, and makeal have brought the attendance up to a general allegation that the hul-'that fiirure. Why not do it next nea of the company Ui lisfii mini- s"'.!tll'! ' , . ,,. ... I he Bunoay school t hnstmas ex- atred hi an extravagant, negligent, Lreteea win he held on t,natmas wasteful and Inefficient manner and j night, neat Wedneaday. All faml oontrary to and In violation of the H repraaented in the church and law. and statutes of the stale ..fi Sunday school are cordially invited m iaaouri." It sets forth that Iwiht H Jones, the prealdent, and Hugh N. Camp, Jr., the trtMUrer, are real dent" of and have their office! it. New Vork; allege that the defend ant-, as directors. "In the di to attend. J. W. Il i ii A it , I'aator. Catholic Church Chnatma Program. The Peaatoftb Nativity of our' Divme Redeemer will he aulemnly celebrated on Chrlatmea, the er- vices heL-lli II ill i' Willi ffii.li Mass nt I' I R o'clock ii. the mnenlno f,,ll,.u...l n of the funds, property and bual- by a Mass every hour until noun. ss o tin- company, have BC-1 The musical program Will he: lied to themselves, of lauseil to I I'l ocessjon al hefore Mass: "Venite he pani ti, others, large amountii money belonging tn the compai in the wa of aalarlea; that the d that in t" III t pi Adoremua," an unpubllahed pro-1 ductlen of m Angelo Oilainu. I , The Angel Choir and the Junior Choii aaiiating the Choral Club, Violins -Me. sis. Hugh Porter ami i 'harle tilerae Kyrle (iloria Roaewig' fllss mi.. Ing hank ollgationa they had caused fM!ertory; "Natum Vldete'' Au to lie issued g2,2U0,U0(l 111 hoods se- rj , (,,s.j. cured bj mortgage or deed ol true) Bauctu Benedictua- Agnua Dei OO the e,, or, kov's , n, ,a J. R Wig, Recessional: "In old Judea" I Ruck Olbell. Second Mass at 7 o'clock. Third Mass at s o'clock. Last M ass at 10 o'clock Prelude: "Hail to iiur New-born King- Mass of thi lion, Nyh I'll st REDUCED RATEH M HAH FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Account Chrlatma and New v eai s holidays, Agents well sell round trip tickets mi December L'lst to Soth, in clusive, December lilat, IU12, and January 1st, 1013, and good to reach original starting point prior to mid night of January 0th, 1013, at lap and one-third for the round trip, be tween all stations on H,,. Mississippi Itivor v Bonne Tart Railway, pro tecting a minimum of twenty-live (26) cents, and adding sufficient to make ull rates end iii (I or 6. The smne baall will apply between all Nation on the Missouri Pacific and St. Louis. Iron Mountain A Southern Railway in Missouri, ex cept St. Joseph. Missouri , and he tween all point on the St. Louis, Iron Mountain V Southern By. in Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana. The engagement of one of the most beloved women in the country. Miss Helen Miller Mould, baa just been announced to Mr. Finloy J. Shepard of St Louis, the wedding to take place in New York Kime time in January. Her cousin, J, Fred Could of this place, has re ceived an invitation to the wedding and may probably go with his wife and little daughter, Elisabeth, makes the annual Inter between N and ;i per cent. The petition prays that the prea ent directors he ousted, that they he made Ineligible to re-election, and that a new election he ordered. Also that an accounting lie had of all moneys that may have been paid : to or received liy defendant under guise of salary, and that Judgment 1 1"- render.-d against each of the da Ifendantafor any and all amount I which he may have received as -al-I ary ; or that n receiver he appoil ted I for the purpose of instituting such , suits or action as may he neces sary for the purpose of recovering ; f,r the company from each uf de pendents the amount he may have reeeil ad us salary . etc. : I he petition is gad for the M ay ' term. 1013, of the ( tr. ii it i ourt ol tin count v . EAST LYNNE at THE OPERA HOUSE t Immaculate Concep---J unlor ( 'hoi r. Christmas greeting by the pastor ( iffertory: "Write in Bethlehem" Junior Choir; violins, Messrs Hugh Porter and Charles Oierse, A Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment: "O Salmans"-- Lambillottl; 1 ' T a n t u m Ergo"- Itosi The horal Club. Recessional: "Gloria in Exeelsls." Mass at Do Run at half past eight o'clock. Confessions at o'clock Tuesday afternoon. h tTHBB Col. I. ISM School will be dismissed Monday. Dec. -'. Studies r sunied Jan. 7. 1013. I Christmas Gifts That Give Satisfaction as Weil as Pleasure Offered by Cole & Nixon Mercantile Co. If you are looking for Christmas Gifts that combine pleasure, elegance and solid comfort at little cost, let us show you something in the following lines: Gloves in Holiday Bona. Silk Half Hose and Necktiec to match in Holiday Boxes. Ladies Silk Stockings, in all shades. Men's Lisle and Mercerised Half Hose a splendid assortment, nufflen we carry a fine line. Sweaters. Hats, Caps. Fine line of Snsj lenders. Shirt Waist an elegant line. Belt Tin-. &c. &c, Beautiful K'ni: Library Tablet Lamp Stands. Furniture of ai ;mis. We have am number of other articles that w ill make Christmas ( lifts worth w hile, and which will surest themselves to you as you look through our large department store. GOltE & NIXOjN Were. Co. Melody of Happlneaa. Mlrrora at Road Cornera. Get out lu the sunllKht." aays a A llrrr bou, lri... (Mrt hlfh, (leorlH ,lill(,s,.per and aee Mai.pl- whch ,llvl.B lh, Bl,,rarbng traffic neaa coming down the road. pl. kliiK ,,K , n ,,...,.,. ,, . ,Ht erect ed nt the function of four ruada a' BlflienhaiB. Kent lxindon Mall. a liunjo for the whole world to dance!'' Atlanta CoiiPlitutioii Christ mas Night Admission L'rv. 35c, and Tickets at I" .itrious. A A Ji. JK I DEPOSITIONS TAKEN IN CASE AOAINBT LEAD COS FOR HIVER POLLUTION Laal Thnrattay and Kmiay the plalntM in the caae of it m. h. Hteinmett againat the rederal, st. Joseph, ii,.,. Km, Deeloife Con- aoliduteil lend roinpaniea and the St Lou I a t4meltlng mid Refining com pany, took the depositions of six teen witnesses hefore It I . Tucker. If notary public, al Klat River. The fc bjeel oi the plalutlfl was to L i 1 i 1 CZ3 i in rzzi rzzDD czd r I CZD CZZl I ID I ii i CZZl f ) f 1 Santa Claus has His j Ear to the 'Phone And is anxiously waiting to receive your message. Don't put it off to the last minute, but get just NOW the presents you intend to give your loved ones and friends as a Christmas cheer. We have the most desirable articles you can think of for Christmas -rifts. There's noth ing hi tter than a daintv piece of jewelry and nothing that will :ie more lasting pleasure. A handsome piece of jewelry or silver table ware is always appropriate and then we have an endless variety of appropriate articles. Below we name a few, hut come in and see for yourself. Don't wait COMB Nt Y Shop early, so you'll not be hurried. REMOVAL SALE My Entire STOCK OF MILLINERY Including Hats trimmed to order, is placed on sale at a Discount of 25 Per Cent This sale will be continued throughout the month of Decern her. A Money8Bving Sale for everyone, as goods are marked in plain figures and must be sold before removal. MRS. LAAKMAN STYLE SHOP Soil show the proceai oftnilliitR lead ore rock, and to eetabllali that the pro. I ress ,,f milling by aacli ul the five lead coinpaniea used large iiiantltlei of water, and thai tba final product! of the mills were eon pent rat i the lead of. , cbata, or ih.- largvi por- tions ul tl rushed rock, and the slime, or the finely powdered rock which paaaea out into the water and finally reac'het Mi. River. The plaintiff aaaerta that tbia aline in jures ull stork thai drinks the water, destroys all fish in the stream and datnaaea the orona irrown on the land. It was also developed that i 4 this proeess had been in uae iltice A Ilie esiaiillKliment ol these VarlOUl A mills. Meaara. ilyrns A Mean and . civile Williams of DeSoto repre- 3 aented the plaintiff, and Rnberl A. 9 Holland, Jr . Edward a Roller, S. Polltte Khins, Judge J. K. Qreen m and Iteiij. H . Marhury repreaented T the five lead ootnpaniea, Prof. f. W. Laahley, assisted by k Rev. George Moore, conducted a K few night's rellgluus services at T Washita achool houae recently, with f the result that five new metnbers ! r were added to the t'hriatran t'hnrch. A nieetliik' was called at that place last Sunday evening for the purpose of organizing a congregation of the Christian Church Prof I ...hi..,- 1 teachltiK hla aecond year at the 1 Watches ami Jewelry Clocks. Solid and Silver Plated Roya' Wan liea, -i and up ' H I Cloeka is not Table and Tea Bpuona Ladlea' Watchea, gold ud aurpaaaed by any store in Berry sp 1 gold filled. this part of the Slate. ,, , Soupspoons Men's Watt' ies. j.,i. gold Will liml )ual what yo 1 Knives and Forks tilled and ailver caae w""' Cake and PleKnlvea fiild Meat l-'orks .. ,, Silver Pla'. C VTzr?. Butter Mpreaderi Watch r id's IIiul's 1 I ea .-.ets HUgar I o;s ' ' 1"'M H'tttcr His' I 'i Maahera Necklacea SiL-n.-t Krult StanJa i Bait and Pepper 8ati Brooebea Dlamonda Bread I'lut Ladlaa, ate. Chartns Tnrquoia Berry JUiwis Cnff Bottom Topaz Water Sets a Hue assortment of Bracelet! opal Baking Dlehee FountainlPeua, Toilet Sets, , ... a nku Cheanit Diahei Hat Pins snd uiaiiv other i.ocke,s isappnire ,,, ... syrup Pitchers rticles that will make Bell Plna Pearl Manicure seta charming Obrlaiataa Pnt Scarf Pins Vc. Also Choice CntJ (ilass. ents. We keep a good line of Musical Instruments, and if you would like a Piano Player or other kind ol Piano, an Organ, Violin or other instrument, we can accommodate you. Also Sewing Machines and everything pertaining thereto. ( ur prices are as low as our goods are attractive. You are cordially invitee ! to come and see USB. ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., Established 1868, harmington, Missouri. 1 Waihita achool home. 'TVVV ' 1 WW v v '