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W. C. T. U. COLUMN. (B) Mis Merrill Pipkin.) Thii addreis wat delivered bj Mr P Shimin, let tflBi, ol Vlhany, Mil . now f Potosi, Ho., it the first S C, T l' Contention ever held in the Stale ol Missouri, presided over b) otw own Mr. Mar) (Itt Clai dy. "Sisters: Wi welcome you a the representatives ol one of tin grandest afiniei ever organiacd iuce 11 e world began an army thai came in anawer lo the prayers ol nilllioai fhi pray ers ol the little child the wile ami sisters- the dying mother, over whoec purple lips lhi waves ri death were washing 'Might well numbef the sands upon tin' seashore as the tiiitci that woman lias appealed to man not to dethrone reaaon by the use ol mtox icattng ill inks, onli to i" mocked bj a repitition -ti1 th Recording na.l ..I Light could I'll She ban importuned the Legislative bodiei. ami been repulaed, until she ieeli like a riphet Handing alunr She ban evei been the ivy to covet, wind ami iwsthc hei love around fallen man. when wreaking with BBBfftl I" ever) eve. ami pass linn through ib' door "i her heart, and hide it with leve'i movement from the gate ol othem until she could War tin burden no longer and turn ed hi t face upward and cried, 'Oh! ;. for help'- "Hi !) planted mother-love with in the soul of woman knew H would take eternal runt, ami for it there was no ilt nth. ami when watered with tears, crushed with wrrowi rent with anguish, 't would riie supreme!) sufiV lent tin the need of the hour "Should any id ti timl a statute lying in the tfHch, toiled ami be sntcared with mud, what haute we would make in reaeue it anil restore it in it former clcantluess ami besuty f pure watei did not remove th' stains, chemical would be applied un til every trace ol the gutter was effaced, and then carefully and firmly we would replace it upon it pedestal feeling proud and honored with our smces But does n ever occur to ii, a we pass tin human statin by the roadside, that it was carved b) a Master's Hand, whose cunning shaped it after His own image, and imbued it with life, eternal as His own? The marble statue will decay, No heart has ever heat within lis hrcast, no thrill oi joy has ever sent tin hot blood coursing through ns median- ism: its eyes have nevel shed a pit) inn tear; lis hand li is never lilted the fallen, lis lips have nevel breath ed a prayer, or lisped the one word Mother; no iouI liven within that will go I., its God Not so with our human statue, defaced as il is. cloth ed in sipialot and rags, the tune has been when it, cry made mother hap py, and it wore the little robe -til. lied with prayers, embroidered with hopes and made pure white with mothl love It has given smile for smile, and li ar fur tear Its hand has toyed w ith a sister's cheek, or pi reliance dealt a telling blow for tin defense less father! hoe ha. b!e I it. and the guardian angels, in God' own good time will hear the soul front its whiskey curacd caaket to its maker find "Sisters' it is out mission to labor for this human statue i mr arm) feels that the storm is on the hoUl the tide runs Inch, and the shore has been strewn with tin wreck of the loved onei long enough li' God toii long ml we are ready to fight the norm king of intemperance good ami itrongs work with energy' high zeal, fight like Trojans let no one shirk I'nfurl the Prohibition ban mr! I i agitation Doat it. fold on i,, Id Inscribe upon it Legislation Moral Suasion and KducatioB, Itd fear not, although tin slop ridi - high, iiui tin straining mast groans be Heath an angr, Sty, in fate's terrific light. Victory is upon the bannct that pierces the ethei blue, woman is .in l-, .(.il, angels watch above, an I mil is ai the helm' She '.' ill vet .nit ride llir surging Wat and cast her anchor in a harhni of sober homes 'Whenever the poisonous serpent crr.v.ls. nature has planted by its pa(hwa) an antidote for it- poison VVotnan has eve) followed along to pluck, and hiui.si- the leaves upon her hrokeii heart to bind the i r vic tim's VCOtfUds, Until -he ha turilel with a Divim inspiration upon her brott and says lo the serpent 'No more antidote will I bruise, hut crush thee" and stands with Uplifted hand read) i" strike the blow, Her com maud is. 'Cease your biting, ami let man. that God made us to love, live in sobriety, worthy nf the love we give him.' "Sisters, again let me bid you wel come t" our city and to our hospi talities I know you have conic wild strength, instruction and knowledge. gamed l'oni experience in I lit- work for humanity, thai will do us good, 'Nearer humanity to tin e,' w ill be the hymn of the future, and let us pray God that tin Chorus will he: 'The coming man w ill not drink'" " "Press on. oh! noble woman, fear not, for by thy side A mighty hand have gathered and ever will provide. The fount of inspiration that's well ing in thy breast. Shall ever Bad expression, shall ever make thee blest. Press on. fhostgh others falter, the goal shall yet be won, crown of fadeless Dowel S il fot the faithful one. Let nothing daunt thy courage, nor tear drops dim thine eyes; Blighty hand is guiding, a Rrcat power from on high." The Masonic fraternity of the .tale oi California, in a recent convention of more than a thousand delegates. deckled that they would refuse mem bership in the order to any one en gaged in the saloon business either as principal. anenl or employe. Free Booze at Dexter. Hcxtcr MesscoRer: Police busi ness in Dexter lias been better for the as( two weeks than for any one month's period in the history of the city. There have been drunks and free-for-all tights salore, and it has kept Marshal Sprinkles busy hunting up culprits Dexter is usually the best behaved town ill all Southeast Missouri and thi. sudden breech of ood behavior ma) be attributed to a circular which found its way to a citizen of the town about two weeks ago. Il was an Her to shin twelve tinarls ,,i whiskey at a free trial order, the shipper paying all express charges am: guaranteeing the quality of goods It was an offer which required nomonej m advance. and the only obligation was lo sign the order, try the wet goods, and li satisfied pay tor them The order was signed and mailed, and in due course of time the whiskey arrived The liri two quart! produi id three fights and two skinned head anil black eyes, and before the entin supply was exhausted the police court was overrun with business of mil demeanors Those twelve lUartl ,,i red liquor contained more headaches, mure fights ami broils and fool drunks than is usually contained in live gallons of "white lightning," am, a ten gallon ke of it. if distributed 'and drank, would have produced an insurrection or a state nt war. line of tin offenders to whom the liquor was Consigned, when he settled all hi- troubles, acknowledged the re Ceipt of the liquor bouse, and philo sophical!) added "I am glad you guarantee the liquor to in- perfectly tatsifactory, (of it is certainly a MM cess 111 producing fights ami business for the police loiirl as well as brew ing trouble ,,f various kinds It would he better in the future in send ing out tins goods to include a bond for appearance before court, a pair of brass knucki, ami a good tiaed shillelah for orotectinn against all leneraies both seen and unaeen " State Corn Show, Jan. 13-17. The Stntf t'orn Show to lie In'UJ at Hie Collage of Agriculture lu Col umbia, Mlaeourl, January 1,1-17, 1913, givai promise ot being by fa: the lies! exhibition of its kind ever held in Missouri, Last year we had an t-xeidlt'iit hIiow, even though a hack- wiird seaaon cut the crop in some Kfctious. 'I'll I is year, taken as h whole, Mlaaourl t'orn tirowHrs' A soeiation Iimb prOTlOwd n list ol pre miums that will auraly bring out the Pest we have. Appro aimataly t.usi in oaati ami pramiuma will be given away tins ytuir. The best ten ears in the BhoW will win tin' .1X1 lata Hoard of Agriculture Trophy, w ith u $7ti pre mium additional. The best Bingln ear in tli'1 suite will receive a 4j I premium. tsi in eaah will lie awarded to the hoys and young men of Missouri. 'iTie Junior League of the Mlaaourl t'orn Urowera' Aaiovlatlun whs or ganised only thin year, yel it ims membership ol over ''. si boys and young men, ull trying for the prizes awarded hern at the stntf Corn Show. Remember, boya, the tropb ins offered in the Junlot DiviHiou of tiio Show are to in- awarded per manently this year, If you are en rolled in tin contest, now is tin- time to select your corn for the Show In January. In addition tothaolaaaaa for corn, we also have rlaseei for small grains with elaaa prises offered. The Na tional Corn Bxpositlou is to be bald again llils yenr and the leading win lien in the stntf show will lie taken to the National Show . If you have some good corn, write me today for premium list of the dhow, which Rontalns the score curd, and for dli ectloni fin selecting nf corn lor Show. Plan to send in a sample of Corn and, better still, I'limr yourself ami meet the eorn breedt rs from Hie various sections of tl unity. Remember the data, January 13 17, 1013. Porall Information add rasa T. It. Dongiaaa, Assistant Hecretary , Columbia, Mo We wisii to eail your attention to the fact tbtit moal lafeotloui til leases SUOh an whooping oough, diphtheria ami scarlet fever are eon traded when the child has a cold. I'bamberlniii'H Cough Remedy will qUlOkl)1 cure a cold and greatly les sen the danger of eontrueting these diseases, Thin remedy in famous for Its euros of colds, u contains no opium or other narcotic and may he given to a child with implicit conffdenoe. Hold by nil dealers Adv. To Mihi Religion Attractive. "I wish I knew some way 10 make religion more attractive to the mnis el." "Why not have a description of besven written by one of these men who write descriptions ot summer re sorts for the railroader' Subterranean Aquatic Llfl. The French Academy of Science has been asked tn utilise a subter ranean rier at Lot for the study ot aquatic animals for many generations on 1 of the reach of sunlight THE LOCAL MARKET. Wheat U6 Oats on Oern M rionre Its is VI I Mi $ j ku Moal lu Sliipiius (tacked) I 11 ran " 1(1 Mixed rood I as Hay V ton tli 00 I rlali Potatoes Mi liens' B os Frying Chickens W, Kgtrse uos w nuttor v a a Ilacon V B IS Lint r a II Salt-v bbl tl so Itoiisy 1.1 Attr.-etlvs Vane. An n!-tlv eenterpleoe for KM breakfast table. Is a flower vase of wood brown uamboo They como in a variety of shape Inside are sheet ircn or netal receptacles to hold tag npr Moat a0 flower shows in "dvantage againti the dull brown of !n bamboo Many of these vasns ire loosely wovaa ni dull red or an notterv lie- through th inter Hires Th may be found in any 'rleatal store Administrator's Notice. Notice Is aerebv given that letters nt at iiilnistruil'in 'in tin- estate of BKNJAHIN ' iitt'l.M . In , 'd w rc granted lo Ha liii'lerslirneii on till i itti day "t December, ii. byJBo Probate i oun ot st . Franc, its cooBty . Missouri, All DOrSOBI hiving eliilm- against saiil estate are nMiutred to eaBlbtl tneiBfor ui lowaBee to tin Adinini.tiiiior wiriiin its saontbsafter tiiednte ol said letters, oi tin.) may be precluded frosn any iiem-nt ol said estate , anil It such claims Is lint sc li 1 1 . Ited within one ear frosn IBs date 'ii tb last publication of tats aotlee, tney shall be f, , revel iiarrvd .1 iukhCuWLKI . vdm'i paeeaiber 21. 1913, Trustee's Sale. Whereuf. rrt.il -Immnns ami .Meii-sn A slltlin'llis. Ills wll, l,J tlH'lr eertaltl ilentl ,,r trust. dstedtBe IstB dsy of July, iwr, aim rt corded ln,l tie Itecoi iter's rggee Of St, Krun OOB) euUBty, Missouri, In bOOS go, B), at paKe :,, ,,, eoBveyed to tin- uaderslgned tru ie, tin tollowlng ilesei iIh-iI real s t n r e . lit uate iylas and belns Is the county of st I raneolli star,. o Missouri, to wit. Tlic leriace Of a lot ot m-mintl In block right Oi the town of lantwell. ami desij, nated us lot Nn s, ofhlocli No. s.on u pin' or the town or t'antwell, on rt-cortl In the ol nee of ibe gecorderol Dsedl lor said count) . lut v in it a froiit of itxiy leel on Die west llrn or Marry Junior tveaao by a depth or iii ret-t In an Site BJ tee t wide, belny tsiumleil ninth by lot So i or sold Block, and south by ttie north line ,, South st i 001 W hich sulil conveyance wus mailt' In trust lo sf cure the pay ment nl u certain trotnl sory note in sattt ileeil of trust described; unit Vfbeieus, by the terms ol saiil deed "f I I ust ssid note is past due a in i remains an paid, now therefore, in ronflrmtty with she provisions nt IBM ileeil of tiusl. unit at tin roouiii or ttie letfoi holder Ol sulci note, i. the BBdcrslgnod trustee, win, on rglDAt . DWKMBgg mi, hetttreen ttie flours of nine O'olock In IBs foreaoonand Sveo'clock in th,- afienoo i of t ti it t ilny, at ttie totith front tlonr or the court house. In the elty of t-urmimrtnn. fn sshl it Krsneois eouniy, Mlstourl sell at public auction to the hlutiest Bidder, for cash. Ibe foretfoing tleterlb.-ii real estate t,, -at, sly sahl note ami tlie cost of laocuttaii i uls irtitt . ukobuk ,v Til I.K1 rrustee. Ileeeinls-r ',, I'.Hi. Trustee's Sale. Whereas Andy Uarrogo ami I na Morro wi his wile, by their certain deed of trust dated the grit day oi Doeesnbor. mo, ami recorded in the goeorders cnlco of hi I-ram oln county . Missouri. In Istok ss at paireCM, conveyed tn the iindf rslunetl as trustee the lollowluu d.'-crlheit rent e-tate. si finite I) lii u tin, t Belns In 'he town ol Kssl Kederel, county of at, rraacols and -tat" it Missouri . tO-Wtl All of lot BumBered etgBI s,, Block K, ol Kast rodoral, anBownona plat of tBe red oral Kealt) f ompaaj , WBIeti said conveyance was made m trust to tocure the peyawat of s certain promts, sore noie in ssid deed "f trust described end whereas, by the terms ol said d i or Irint siit lit note Is past itue unil remains tin paid, ftow. therefore, in c, intormltj with the provisions o! said deed "f trust u. at the riUoel nl -i,. . . holder of said note, i, the uniiei signed trustee, w in on Pridst . .laiimiri III, 1013, ai I ho south f mot door uf Iks it. un Hons. In the t Jlty of rarmlngton, in st. t rmicnis i iHiiity. in the State of Missouri, between the bOUrl ol nine n'elofk 111 the forenimh anil rtre o'clock m the atlernooa nf lliat day-sell nt puhllc auctijon in the hitrrtesi hldtier tor cash, the iireRoing descHBeid real estate to aattsfj taid Bote anil tbets-st ol xeelltllM fill- trti-t BOW I.ICII- UN . Trustee. i oeessbor i . Wtt MALARIA headache, biliousness, in digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid ol them, use ThedfordV Black-Draughti the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: "1 had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time. I tried Thed ford's Black-Draughl, and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sell it, In 25 cent packages. Insist on Thedford's lBnD8filWifiV3HiriaS JO iBcnjiJava a m v sinrjl'xS 3NI1 iy DHS a hi 3H3i3NNDg H3AI5J IddiSSISSiW E ARE HERE T v T- T m B w We carry everything a good drug store should. When you have a Prescription to be filled bring or send it to us. We specialize on pre scription work. Our store is the Vino store. Your ssick room wants will have our prompt attention. Our store is a store for the well as much as for the ill In our Toilet Goods and Per fumery Department we display a complete line of goods that should appeal to you. You can shop with us by 'phone or mes senger, and we give the orders just as care ful attention as though you came yourself. Our store is the Nyal store in this locality. We are agents for the well-known Nyal family remedies, and we do not hesitate to recommend them. Our store is the Kant Leek Rubber Goods store. Hot water bags guaranteed for two years. Why not come in and get acquainted? We feel sure that once you learn about the way we do things you will be a regular patron. E. M. LAAKMAX, Phone 126 DRUGGIST. Phone 126 FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES NOW READY AT HERMANN TRAUERNICHT'S RELIABLE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT You Get What You Want Here and Get it Right. Realt Hulldlni Cast ol Post ornce t ARMING. 0V M0. Titos, il. UTAH, Preaideat. 1. B. COVBfc, Cashier. St. Francois County Bank Peat Oftce ippoafti i FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, Solicits youi Banking Business Insured against burglary, litis is the Bank arith tin- Savings Department Interest iniitl mi Time Deposits, directors: TH08, It. ST AM. ft. K. SWDTK. W. T. UAILB Bs I, MORR18, . at. MOBJUS. B.J.TBTLBV. BD. HKUsBB Established 1807. r-,sv.r.'.-erfJ iMsjsmsBi rSVfe. r r m r n "V - -ss- , on ir-aaia-n M if nUDtn I ItlLtY FARMINGRON, MO. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Silver and Plated Ware. Organs, Musical Instruments, Sewtng Machines and Attachments. Watches and Clocks Gleanad and Repaired. Final Settlement. Kotlee Is BefSbs ateea that thi- uniirr -i.iti. ii , Kxtsrittrlx of tin- ottate uf THUS t WILLI .VMM, llec tl. vs in ojeBo finni ssttleeaeBt of sahl seta to nt ttie next torm ot the Irntiute Court ttf st. r'rnnml rnunty, Mlstourl, to tx '- nr. unit lit.ltl at Hit, t oiirt hiiuse In KaniilnKlon, in iiillil COUBtl', on the siM'ontl Moiulav In .lanuar , Itn.i. KUXA A unil hi - K incut rll UseeiaBef is, 1112. Fiual Settlement. Notlre In BereBy lven that the unilt.1 -tfuneil Ailinitilittrnror or the estattt of STBPBAM htkI'aM'K. Dee's, will make final settlement of sahl estate nt the next teimof the Prohale Court ot St. Krant-nls tTiunty, Mlttmirl, to li. heaun unit BeM at the t'ouri BBBSe in rarmlnaton. In sulil rounts-. on ttie ttrnnit Monilay In January, isi.i. . X. r I.KM1N ., Atlm'r. iH-eeinlier It. Mil. Guardian's Notice. Notlfe In hortity ulvtn that u t-ertlnrati' tif uuartllantlili on Hit- ,tron ami estate ol Mrs. Martha A. JurkHon, BOB eoaiBOS mentis, was Krantetl tn the tintiorslicneil on the mth tlay tn beeosBber, I'.'tJ, by the I'm twite t'ourt nf si Kr.ini-Mist nunty . Mlnourl. AM (teninns huvinit rlaltns aaalnst saui estate nre reitulreil tn exhliiit tliem for al Inwanee tn ihe uuarillan w ithltt one year a I l it the tlntr of hit a ii 'in' nt or if ley will he forever horreit g. ii PKRKIits, uuarttlan. i PoCrBsBor II, I'JI'i. TO SUPPLY YOUR w . -, m y-e ii. B, BWINK, Vice Preaideat FIELDING Mccormick, Ass't Cash'r. utWtLKY UU., Final Settlement. ' Bottee is BseeBy itiven taal tBs uader i nlKneit, nilmlnlstnitnr of the estate ot ' KUBaJMTH J. aXDSWOB. Dee'd, will make a final tettlement of said estate j at the next term of the rmiuite court nf St. j KraneoH rouniy. Mlttouri. to lie hexun anil i lielil at the court house in t'nriiilimtoii . In ahl counly, on the sec, ml Hominy in 1 January , lul.c W N rLKMlgt), Ailm'f nei'1'inii..r u. r.iu. Final Settlement. j Vollce Is her-hy nlven that the dBflor , tlKnetl. Atlmlnlstraioi of the ettnte of MaaVB IIKITTON, llec'd. will make n tlnal seitlement of taltl tttate at the next term of the I'rohate Court of St. Krancolii rounty. Mltoouii, to he begun anil : held at tin. court house In Karmlnirton . In , saltl county , on the tecontl Monday In Jon , uury, Ul i. .JIISM-II K. C(M tn. Attm'l , beoeaaber ',. Isit, Final Settlement. Niillce I- hereh) given that the umler i ilgBed, seeatornj the estate of THOMAS t. i t i.i.och. Dee'd, will make final settlement of salt estate at the next term ol the I'rohate Court ttt et. i rraOOOll COttBty, Missouri, lii Ih ticuuti uiift 1 held at the court house In rnrmtBStOB, in J sulil rcunty, on the second Mninlay In Juini arr, tits, J, MAvBKttg) , Kxet'iitor. DeeeflsBaf sag. FELIX O. POSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW riat River. If isooarl PMetteas la alt oourts, OfleetB tiie npora Houm bBlbMag, iiBtro Paeni it", slat itiror. Itetlili'iit f PB0B0 III. I-arnilngton EDWARD A. ROZIER. ATTORNEY AT LAW Fakmindton, Miss.ori TO7n.i. praeitei m nil thp courts ot mig nir! w)tllc :n Itttnltv It ii 1 1 tl I n m OWEN A. SMITH M. D.. EYE AND EAK. AT FARM IN H TON taeaBaVi Thuntioy nnti aaaasga?, ulru lr. gsihleona's ituiiriina. AT FLAT RIVR. MiiniloJi Wi'tlnt-Ktlor ontl KrldaT. DR. B. R. DOWNING, jHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PAUUKSVOa . Mi), iimro m tLt a baeg-HoUef tslltltsg, iSItb PBCBIS III Kstjltlrnt-c I'liono Ml. DR. EMIL HERWIG. 8PLCIALI8T DisiBsfH of tin' Difestivi Organs, (ferroui I)iaBes. Ilnurs !' tn MlWa, m. , Knom 1.1, 1 1 I" I" .1 ui p, m. , lioalty llullillnn Kacept laadari. Farmtnfton. Mo. C. A TETLEY DENTIST i FARMINGTON. MISSOUlt OflScr in Realty Bblg., Suite No. 6. Phone 75, DR. E L. MORTON. ncMTICT -fc FABMIN0T0N, MISSUURI. urn uii atalrt In Hollnr a lnit minding. 'Phone N'o.SO. TRAVELERS1 GUIDE. Electric R. R. Time Table. Between Farm in if ton and Flat Rivnr. l.v Arr rial Klvisr ft Mi n in . i' i in i unuliitfttih t IN II. HI. Ml. A. ; II a. in I li a. in. II is II . Ill l : A p. Ill i ir.t p. m I H p. in. 8 Mi p. Ill rt (U p. in. Hat Klvr sprml Kxcept lOBdaj I Ul A , in. s a. in mi ii. in. i M p in. 'i 50 p. in. ft 15 p.m. 'i 12 p. m. n in p. m. Arr. I 1 1 Milt)::- mi 5 M a . tn J h a. m. oil a. m v 51 a in li m 111 i u p m 4 p in. fi H2 p.m. 7 02 p m. y H v m . KSMpi HttHdaU BgWOtell Klfrpl BUIHltl KXfrpt Minilil.y I l a.m. .t; a in. I 0!i tt - m l) a.m. r M a. in 1 N p m. f 4" p. m p. in I W p. in I W p. m How to Oet to and from Farmington. From the North via St. Louie TO reach l arnilngton you can use elthor one of the following route M. It. A II. T. Ity. Leave si. i.Us at 7 no a. m . ,i ui and m p m., arriving at Kami Ingtiin over electric railway from Mat Hirer at II on ,' no and n i p. BS. risen ami HUaols aoutbaro- i-ove si. txmll ul - Ma, in . arriving ul Kai mliigt in nvei electric railway from Ksthernt I t B. m Iron Mounialn l..ave si Loult at ttelar lots in nmi , 1 1, in. serlvlnssl rarisMag. too ororoloolilc railway from DoIasoui hi a WBBtt 'I p, m From the South Iron M aintain via glsatsrttk aim IWLSS sii trrlee at lanningtiin ovei olortrM railwuy at i and B p, in. Iron Mountain aad Illinois Southern via Hlsmorpk- Atriveai iiiiiiiiuginu ovorelee trie railway from Kstiiaral i Up m lleliinint llritn.il ,,l iron Mountain Arrive al laiiiilngton inir eltclrlc railway irotn licLnssiis ai i. I- .,. in anil : i , p Ml Prtseo and Illinois soutBern rtasta uas- OTlOTO vrilvcal Kariiilngtnn over electric Mil iy Imin KstBet ut i ji p, m To Beach St Ixniis. Toueaa goorerettBeref the reads ai tBe tnllow ing hours Illinois SoBlBern anil I risen-Lenve lariii Ingtiui ever ilcetrti' rnllwav in Ktither at .' p, in., arriving In st . I . .uls at H r, p. at, ... ' leave rnrnilliKlon over electric railway In Hut lllver at I is s ii, a m and i in p, m and '. 17 p. m . nrrivinr innt Umlsat 11 via. m. untl ti:J7 p in. Iron Sountaln-j.ave Karmlngton over Oloctrlr railway to i., i nt 5 tgm m ami I in ii. m. , urrlvlngin st Loult at a n a m. and ii If p. m. M R- 4 B T. TIME TABLE North Boi'nii. No. 32 No. 26 No. BJ Leave a m. a. M. v. M. Doe Run 4 40 rt 40 2 15 Rock SpnnK. 4 44 8 43 2 Dot Run Jnnctitm 4 47 s 4b 2 41 Klvins 5 03 9 00 2 56 Flat River 5 09 9 of, 01 Uesloge s 15 91? to Bonne Tcrre 5 gj :i j9 n Valle's Mines j jj 9 4 , gj t""tus ft ts , 22 4 J9 Riverside .6 50 10 4 1 4 s Arrive St. Loail rt g n si, n j-j Soith Kot'Ml No. 13 No. bj No. ti Use vs a. It, l'. M. p. lit. St. Louis 7 00 30 5 11 Riverside rt 25 4 41 7 s c, "." r 8 S S8 7 to alles Mines 9 10 5 29 7 5g Honnc Terre 9 50 j s Dastan 10 03 (,07 rt 40 Mat River in 09 6 12 8 42 HI vim, 10 is i. u Doe Run June. to to 612 a Ml Kock Springs 10 33 6 16 an Arrive Doe Run it) 31 6 40 9 ij Nos. 25 anil 26 run through without chattfe betereen St. Louis and Doe Run. Through coaches on other trains, making connections at Riverside with Iron Mountain trains. Two additional passiagSI trains in each direction beureea BoBaeTern and BIiM have het'ti put on. No. IB leaves Bonne Tcrre at 8:45 a. m. and srrieee at Bleina atnton-M 1 ; lvlvins at 9: to a. 111. and arrives at Bonne rs,,. at 9:55. 7o. a leaves Bonne lerrc at j:tj p, m.antl airivcs atKlvina at V50; No. j6 leaves Jvlvins at 5:15 and arrives at Bonne Terre at 5:45.