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b 3 f. iff lLL I II IVJJ ' HE '.raBk" ' ' OU will find a large array of articles at our store that will help you out in your Christmas .shopping- articles that will make delightful presents for the mother, the w ife, the daughter, the father, the son and other friends. We make a few suggestions, but there are lots of other things w hich w ill please you and which it will be a pleasure to show you. Elegant Table Linens. Battenberg Table Square Battenberg Scarfs. Silk Stockings, all Shadci Handsome Sweaters. Silk Umbrellas. FOR LADIES AND MISSES Bilk Scarfs. Brooches and Belt Pins. Dainty Handkerchiefs. Silk and Kill Gloves. Traveling Bags. &c Ac. Ac. ( tloves of ail kinds Boys. Plain and Fancy Suspenders. Stylish Neckties. Silk Hosiery, popular Shade Sweaters and Mufflers. FOR MEN AND BOYS T Men and Silk Umbrellas and the other kinds. Boys' vercoats. Nattv Suits for Men and Boys, And lot of "ther things that will strike your attention. Groceries You will find everything tr the Christmas Dinner, from the Turkey to the daintest delicacies and all kimls of Nuts and Fruits and relishes. We pay the highest market prices for all kinds of poultry and count n produce Phone 10 Farmingtoit Mercantile Co. Phone 10 County Corresponbence u" L N " dot BONNE TERES. Plrtle waa in st Lou I hp Hprli.ga. n nik'hl here I. The . 1 1' I a I . wt I !ole ' in Louts miii- Mi-. Cora t . Kahn'a ati eaeon. i i i in rlug irkin' the i H. da) LIBERT YVILLE. Chaa. Belkln, Born, in the Wlfa of DNMINf 18th, a nirl . T. V. Brown of Karmlngt in this vlelnlt lust week. M r. H. M. MeKensle VM h Karmington vlaltot lust week. m. Merldlth li reported aattel ill with loma kind nf lu-urt troMs. Mr. J.K. Hick! !pcnt Saturday Bight with relative! in Flat Itiver. , Bro. Drennen will preach ut tin Christian Church the iirst Sunday in January. Mo, o. r. MoCarvet vlelted har duuk'hters. Mrs. H . B. PoaM urnl J. . Keith ol Karmington, u faw days IllKl Week, Mr. mid Mrs. W L. I "inlms I Slut.- Hospital No. 4 vial tad the lut lar's parents, Mr. urnl Mm. K. O. Preanell, fear days tins week. Mr. J. A. Gibson received the sad tiowi of the l''utii uf Ms slater, Aunt Martha Narence, who died hi the home of bar nephew In DatMto, Mu. James Cowley returned lust weak from Mveral waaki stay In Alms Oklahoma, and will now make hi home with his slster-lmlnw, Mrs. Sarali 1 !oWley . Several of the hoys fnitii here at Landed the baaket iuil Kama al Krederlcktown Saturday night be tween tin- M.C. I ami tin-Mini- L-a motif tennis. The Da Soto Construction Co. commenced laying rock mi tin- Ja-k-on road last Thursday, where they iiuve tin- contrael of building two miles uf ruck road. BuBineBB College NoteB. Christmas vacation begins nasi Tuesday noon, und the regular win ter term imenoea Monday morn ing, Jun. li, 1913, at which lime new i-iaHHca will be organised, (.'imrleH Bngliah spent last Bun day with parent! and frienda. Mr. English lias an excellent poaltlOD with the si. Louts Republic, and is in line tm promotion ami proper recognition in the ofdee world. MIhk Barbara Bawn la doing type writing and general oBlce rk in ii up i Kieitrn- Railway Co Pennington. The poaltlon is tem porary ,liowever, but il gives Mis nawn aome valuable office ejyterl enoe, Suub-nt ami teacher arc both delighted with the typewriter equip men t, the last installment uf new machine! having n received lust w,-ek. Our typewriting department is now full) equipped with new No, in Remington!, and No, '' Monarch!, ami N'n "i Oliver. Prof. Moothart made hia regular In enaction visit to Dcxt'-r and Ben nett la!t week, urnl is pleased tn re port thai principals ami teachers in charge of tlmse achooli are doing well, ami have tin- eonQdenee uf pa trons ami tin- public in general, sn Ihul from this ti in their enroll ment will he a steady increase. Prof, Moothart has received ur gent c-uIIh for twn young men stenog raphera within the last two weaka, from Charleaton, Mo bul having no voting men qualified tn fill theae poaitlona, one has been filled with s young woman itenographer, and it may become necesaary to fin the other one with a young lady also lan't it itrange, indeed, how many young men keep on "harping" thai there are more bookkeeper! unci stenographer! than positions. Down with audi accuaatioii! and niiKlead iwn atatementa, which are Injurious to thoae who are eaKlly influenced airulnat their he!t Interests. We cannot supply the demand!. If you ure troubled With chronic constipation, the mild and uentle ef fect of Chamberlain'! Tablet! make! (hem e!peclally !ulted to your ca!e. For aale by all dealer!. -Adv. ' Kr. day It. T. Friday. W. J Hnnday BISMARCK. i iehler vlalted In I l. Ill V to Ki i Baton v lalted In st Loula Dent of Caledonia waa here C. It. Sawyer sustained I painful injury to the knee Tueaday, Horn. Daeamber 14, mi-', tn the wife of W, l. Plummer, u son. Mr.. Mary Baldwin is vlaltlllg re latives in New York lhis week. Horn. December 14, ihil', to tin wife of Leslie Hull, u daughter. Ten persons ware baptlaed in the st. Krancola near here Sunday, Horn. December 10, 1912, to the wife of J . H . Bhaner, a daughter, Oeorge Lindsay and Wife v lalted relative! at lies' An- lust Wednes day. Stephen Dent celebrated bis nine tif.th birthday anniversary last Kri- day. Mr, and Mrs. tuincv Iti-lkiiup en tertained their children and lri.-ml tiu uday Laws, Friday. Ralpl Sunday. (I. S. l'ar!ons was ii Saturday I Tboa. Bylngtoi here Friday . ant to Klut Hiv- , iHited home folks at Quy O'Leary here Sunday. Mi Hill ste. Genevieve ami gellHunday and M.mdav . Ella Cheater is lerloualy ill at the huine of her si!ter, Mrs. Cleve Hutching. Mrs ii. It Camp and hub daugh f Hatel Run was ter, Qeraldine, were in Dealoge Tueaday. ' Kdiia Mae, little daughter of Mr. mi Mrs. w. L Pennington, is ery ick this week. N M IM if I PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES i acbool llexl Week T. K McNeelv, who was 1 1 lit . nil, ul of the public schools is city during the year 1903 and Hoaking! was in Flat River Karmington if Karmington was i River Mim Wife mlav . Far c H. Barbour was hen- MondSJ Sam Tetley and mlnaton vlaltora M Peter Palk and Dr. kins went huuthik' on Monday. County Si-1 i Cominiaaloner A. II. Akers of Karmington w here Monday. Mrs Lamb Lizzie, of Bol day with Mis and daughter Terre spent ra Morris. Miss Sun links Mat Bear (reek (i. I ostou und of Bonne Mrs. J L. Mr Louli ami M rs. i 'lun are in Donne Hi nc Terre X of St Isitin lativi George Wtanflll wenl to st Louli laturdaj to attend nn insoram-, neetlng. Mrs. Ada Kouthole of Calidonla vlaited friends ln-r Wednesday of last week. J Q.Glanton and and Wife return ed lust Wednesday from an extend ed trip in the South. Matkin ami Miss F.dith of our popular young pen- quietly married here Sun- Cldye Hill, tw, pe wen day. Miss Hull.- Ramsey returned home from st. Louis Saturday, sin-has been quite sick und wus unable to attend school. Dr. Robinson and family, A. I'. Roblliaon and wife und Kd Walton und family of Belgrade drove over her In their Automobile Sunday. The "First Aid to the Injured" car waa here Monday. Dr. Mac-key, of Pennsylvania representing the Red Croaa Society, was in charge, Dr. ,1 L Baton, representing the Boapltal department Hallway men, cltliena of the t iwn and the pnplie of the Mu-; Sci I took advantage of the opportunity to receive In atruction and attend the lecturee, They were ail interested iii acquir Ing us.-fui Information upon the tub led ol "llrst aid" for the sufcty of themaelvea and friendi as will a for the protection and comfort ol ii! eri when omergenclea arise Mrs. Walter Patmel ol Doe Hun spent Siindav here with her mother, Mrs. Uldley. Misses Rthel Rice ami Uertrude Thompaon each got an arm broken llt'baaket hall this week. The residence of Mrs Ida Loyd hurned at li:i.'i Tueaday morning. A damage ol 2,000 dollars wus done, Mr. Harvey Plrtle und famll went to Klut' River Tueaday to at tend the funeral of Mrs Pirtle'a mo ther, Mrs. Mary Iturns. Dr. s. K. Woods, a popular Drug Stoic man Of thla town, bus been seriously ill for the last week, but is Improving nloely now. P. A. Ban ham and wife, Mrs J. Hoakluga and Mra. Thoa, AuRuohoti attended the funeral of Mrs. David Heldelburg in Karmington Krtday. Mi. ami Mrs. W children, it is ami Lenta Perre sn. ni Bundai with Kradley, Mr, and Mrs J. L. Wluti-ner and children, Irt and Hasel, apenl aev eral day the paal week with rela tives in the country. Mr. N ixon ill F.ast Hal Blvi r inov.-d ins family to Dealoge this week. They moved Into the houae recentl) vacated by Mrs. stark The Dealoge baa bet hall hoys played the DaBoto hoys on the lat ter a court Friday evening The Pealoge team was defeated b a score M-IH. DESLOOE T. lireen was in Dei lot" N . ( i r.-eii was In Di s, day. A. week. T (i. W M.e. writing. I- ather !aaey hnsiness. las, Mr. and Mrs John Oieaalllg and child of Flat Hiver were seriously affected with ptomaine polaoning, We ar.- ilad to report that they are recoi erlng. Rev O, S. Taylor preached his farewell sermon a! the Baptlal Church Sunday night. He will leave in a few days for Hercnlaneuiu were he wus called I" preach Ills many friends regrel to see him leave. Mr. und Mrs. W P. Oieaalllg were called to (ronton Friday on account of the death of their nephew. F.lherl It. Behwab. He died ,,i heart tail uie. He b-uves a mother, three step-sisters und four slep hrothers and a host of friends to mourn his loss. The meeting which im- been in pro. L'ress ai the Methodiel Church (or the past two weeks closed Sunday lllgllt, There wore several conver sions ami addition! t" the church. 1904, wus a laitOf at the H Igh School lust Friday morning. The three room! having the high' est attendance lust week were us follows k i -i North Ward 94.31 per -ent, Seventh tirade 93.98, ier cent. Room 2 North Ward 93.93 par cent The attendance for the lust two or three week! has not been up to the standard. The chief cause is sick IteBB. Mr It. H Marbury addreaaed the Hlk'h School Wedneaday nmrniiiK of last week on the lubjacl of "Chooa ink' Vocation". He is ii forceful peal ' i and his good ad vice was llsti i.ed to with much Interest. Mr Marbury is very much at home In the acl I room ami easily adapt! himaall to school room conditions. It was advertised thai the Hlk-h sci i Mrcheatra would play at the Amusement Theater lasl Wednesday I evening. It is true that member! of in. Hik'h School Orchtatra piaved I with the orchestra tnat played that evening, iut It was not the High School Orchestra thai played, nei ther w as it played under the man- 1 agntuenl ol the High School Orchea- ( tra, The South Ward School will (rive la Chrlatmaa program nasi Kriday afternoon. They ure making spe-U-ial preparations and shall he de lighted to have parents urnl friends 'present. The North Ward acbool bad programs Thanksgiving ami will ' not put forth much effort In I he w ay ( ,.f antertaini it at this time. The High School irirls' hasket hull jteum will match atrength and aklll With the l s..r. teutn Fridny even lllg in the Itasket ltull Hymnasium I at 0:45. Thi! is rather early, but the k-anie is called early so the viattlng team can return home that night. Our team waa defeated by thla team once this season, hut has since BSC ceeded In defeat lug both Bonne Terre and Flat Hiver Hlifb School leant! so the game i! expected tO he clos an- Interesting, if you are inter ested in basket-ball, your preeence win he appreciated. The teachers aeem to he making irood plOgraSS with the muscular ayatem of writinit which ha! beau adopted this year for the first linn-. It was new to pracically all of our teachere, hut they have taken hold of il in a way that is very gratify ing, SapeCting excellent ayatem is well ei iiiul we uri result when Hi tabliahedj it is the policy of the school to brink' about just us rapidly us poss Ible, und ut the same time practi 1 cat, the "merit system" a! it per i tains to teaching and the promo ' tiona of pupil! We are pleased t note the desire on the part 01 ine teaching force to have their work tested. Many teata of this nature will he made di in iik' ' be year Bom have already been made. TtIK BlIPWUMTKMURMI IN MKMOH1AM ,uli deTavarea Oaario, only mm ol tin- late Lull Haadlda de Tavarea and Jane Anne de Lautour Oaorio Horn iii Beaton Hons.' Beaton, Hertfordahlre, Rngland, Nov. 20, IHG0. Died ai si John's Boapltal in St Louis, Mo. hi 10:10 p in. Tueaday, Dec. 10, 1012, foiiowliiK a severe operation performed on Mori day morning, Deceased wus united in marriage to Miss Marianne Simpson, al St J amee Church, Westminster, Lon don. England, on March 3, ISHti, by Rev, O. N, Burmlngham. Mr, and Mrs. Oaorio Bailed for America in April of same year and located in Alamosa. Colo In I MIM (hey moved to Aspen, Colo., and in HNNi to Karmington, Mo., where they have I since resided. Mrs Oaorio and three 'daughters, AMa, Auta, und Dorothy survive. J sry l" at t in - R the n n in Kirka I Martin, who u, ret u rued to Thurada) . Miss St ties Imre, H We Wi lli call thai in aueli us 'I i ami !c when the rlaln'i I !i cure a ' danger dim-uses. This lor It! cures of no opium or se:i - diph Cha sen Kly the he given ,-onlld. Adv. I lo ill lull, con old. Will .Id and k'l'-iitly b-s- f eontrsctlng those remedy is famous coids. ii contain! n h.-r narcotic ami may ii child with implicit dealer! your attenlbi ,et Infect inn I whooping co irh-t fevet are Shild has a iik'b Remedy Mia! lis W .1 L 1st ol Mr c si lhis h- M ay is on the sick lis in SI. Louis II F.I -k Ooff was the Week I ' Bui Dill oWII i Root a large I this fertll I- of ti e n it, is perfi Vali M. -onducted lis home re climate' he f anion i itana. Wi -act '. (leva valley mi I nintaiii! a h I . 1 i rami s(- Iteoifro is on th wat I , mild wlnl s, f; A. N McFarland is list this Week. m Hie i-l sick sh-l. Sold hv all The Crux. She "Do you believe a man know-! when lie li In love?" He "Ye!; and he doeeu't know anything clae." Judge Red Cross Stamps at PELTY'S Tn- Sold for benefit uf tin berculosis Fund. Buy them tn put on your Christmas packages. Chaa. Kryan was qui aral days the past week. Willie Death ridge is very low with lyplioid-pneumoniu. Harry Oreen was m Bonne Terre on business Saturday. Mrs. H. Chatmau of Doe Kun was in Dealoge on Tuesday. Mrs. L. Hoffman of Do.- Run pent Tuoaday In Dealoge, o. S. Florence and daughter, Miss Luna, were in Bonne Terre Tueaday Mrs. Waller Day lias accepted a position in O. S. Florence's stores Andrew Smith and family visited Mr. und Mrs. Morgan Smith this week. a. r Mackley apeut leveral days the past week in Chicago Oil busi ness. Mrs. H. Laos and baby of Flat River were DealoKe VtBltOPS last week, Mr. and Mra. Waller received the sail news of the death of their aon. I. John Waller, who waa killed near mr pi..-. I 'oiiipai.; Minneap and hunting and lis1: . ei.-. The 0, Mi Andris lis, Minn adv p.-il land Pacific iba cli ierj , fine ,,o sum lit. Write W K'-n H illding, Mtraj ed ne red wli ItEWAHIJ atolen tin one little hrov with swaNosv croplll lefl ear. of ffi !or ! heir .-iters. te luce, one red nnd Jersey, all marked i right ear and half I will pay a reward co very. j . W, Kamukk. Dealoge, Mu., FOR SALE Having sold my farm I must sell at your prices 'A saddlehred yearling filleya, J aged mates in foal with jack, 1 young work horse, all my furtii machinery, and many other things Tune given if desired. J . A Tttti.f.. DeSoto, Mo., She Knew. MLura. !uid the fond mother. "what ure the lutentlob! uf that young man whom you are permitting to call on you ao often?" "Never mind that, mother," aniwered the maiden; "I know what my Intention! are." CREAM Baking Jowder Pure Wholesome Reliable Indispensable Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority unquestioned. Its use is a protection against alum food. In buying baking powder examine the label carefully and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. v.