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mmt. Published Every Thursday by The Fermington Times Printing Company. FA HMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY MO., -JAM AIM 80, 1913. Volume 40: Number 5 Our Big Cut Price Clearing Sale Continues Another Week T ON'T fail to come and get your share of X t the good things. The prices we are making on Men's. Boys and Chil dren's Suits, bring buyers from near and far. And our prices on Clover Brand Slices are especially interesting. IN THE GROCERY ROOM Y will find som Standard Totnal ou 3 Cans ol 3 Cans "I 3 Cano oi I inull String 1' Pumpkin Best Granulated Cole & Nixon Mer. Phone 87 TOWN AND VICINAGE Mr. E. D. Turley ofCofltnan was in town mi business lust Monday. It la to your Intereot t" ihoe the family bow, at Karaoh'i Hhoe sale. You can save money by getting your ahoaa MOW at Karaeh'i shoe Sale. Mrs. Edward Everaols of Potoal waa the gusst Of relatlvss here test week, Vnn eun't iiir.ini to miss nuytng vour foolweai now al ICersch'a Shoe Sale. Mr. Frank A. Herinun of Welti gfSM wan in Fecmfugtou Oil IoihI lies Monday, you'll he aorry 11 you don't bay your footwear now at Karach'a shoe Sule. Mrs. F.llen Mounoe ol Frederick town is vialtlng har daughter, Mrs. D. L. Delauey. Mica Nell Doss haa returned from! by Waablngt which team pur Bonna Terre where ahe visited Miiajchaaed bin from the Browne, haa Mahei Norwine. been aohi by the Baltimore Interna th. shoes tor hovs' wear. !tl""Bl -Mie club to Minneapolis some ol the hest made, hi-CUta ami all, guinR in Karsch's Shoe Sale. Over Stock Sale on our canned (foods is now on. Bet ter come early. -Barham. Never before have are been able to give better footwear for the money than at the present shoe Bale I Karsch's. The Young People's Branch will bold a market at the Famous next i Saturday afternoon, beginning at SI o'clock. Come and see uh. Mrs. F. L. Keith of Itl vermineH ! attended the meeting Ol the Mis-, lonary Society of the Presbyterian Obnrah yeaterday afternoon. Prof. (. J. Pergueon, principal of I the Biamarck public school, was a PannlngtOD visitor last Saturday, and The Times is indebted to him for a pleasant call. Meeara, s. J. Tetley and J. v.. Klein went to Pemiscot county the Hist of the week to look after their farming interests there and to see if I auridameaa had been dom t heir iami- by recent floods. Night School begins at Faruiington Business College next Monday evening, Feb-r ruary 3d. 7 o'clock. All in erested be present. Mrs. Martha Jackson, wife ol An drew Juokson, died Wednesday morning. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Friday) afternoon. Interment at the I'.-rkinH cemetery , Mrs. j. m. Bailey, who bus been at the Bonne Terre Hospital for the past two w eek -, was operated on for appendicitis last Saturday, and we are glad to say thai she is getting along nicely and rapidly recovering, Our canned goods are not stale, shelf-worn stuff. They are the very best quality. We simply have more than we have room for. Attend our Over-Stoak Sale. BARHAM. very attractive prices .in 1UC rn Sugar 17 lbs. the Dollar Co. hhi Blind impauy ' That wonderful piauiai Boono, ami hi- conoert e will appear at the Opera Mouae next Tuesday .nicht, February 4th Don't fail to hear them. I Mr. Barton Raa ol Destog newly ejected Diatrict Preald Uhe W. t'. T. t' , was the n I Mrs. R. C. Tuoker and Mrs. ! Court while sttcndlng the Barton Memorial reception I, tie lit .if Nil of Win. ( iara here I Tuesday evening al Mra. Castle- man'a, I Tha Krei(ll Mlaalnnary Boclaty of the M. K. Ohureh, South, will hold its regular meeting on Wednes day, February oth, at the home of Mr. H. B. Ledbettor. The dlaeua. lion mi "The Negro In His Native I, nn. I and in Our Nativ. I.und." will he bid by Mr. W. H. Attnew.- Mra. w. f. Doss, secretary, The St. Lonii Times of Tueaday says: "Harney l'elty, who until the middle Of hint season was ol f the pitchers in the American League, I but who at that time was released 1 1 i 1 1 the A. A. That 's 111st one more Brown I i Uantlllon'a team." DEATH OF REVEREND JOSEPH WK 8TEPHAN Bev, Joeephui Btephen, formerly pastor of the m. R. Church, South, at this place, died at his home In St. Lonia yesterday Wednesday I of Brlght'l disease. He hud been ill II critical condition for some time and Iii-- death was not unexpected. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Mettle Keith ol Bonne Terre, but no chil dren. His many friends here will regret to learn of his death ami their sympathy goes ont to his be reaved widow. MISSIONARY PRESBYTERIAL The Woman's Missionary Presby j terial of the Potosi Presbyter; met in FarmlngtouWedneedayatthe resi dence of Mrs. (). W. Harlan. A mini her of delegates fruui the several lo I oal missionary societies of the pros- I bytery were expected, but Mrs. f i. Keith of Klvermlnei was th t- of-town delegate present. The so ciety presented Mrs. O, W. Harlan, who had been piesident of the Mis ilonar Presbyterial for many with a Modem Headers' SCh book of which is in a linn' . separate binding, and Mr. Harlan j was presented with a large bunch of carnations. Mrs. John Murrill is the present President of the Pres byterial. CLARA HOFFMAN MEMORIAL. 'The W. C. T. V. gave a Clura Hoffman Memorial Reception last Tuesday evening at the boms of Mrs. L, r. Caatleman. Mr liar-1 ton A. Kea of DSSlORC, the newlv elected District President of the W. C. T. 1'., was the guest of honor. A large company was present to snjoy tin- excellent pronrajii or Instrument al and vocal music and readings ar ranged for tin- occasion. Refresh ments were Herved after the pro grattl exercises, and amoSl pleasant Social time was enjoyed by all present. THEODORE PAPIN, OLD CITIZEN. FOUND DEAD IN HOAD NEAR HOME ! Mr. Theodora Papln, an old ami respected cltissn of Marion town- hlPi ffu fouud dead in the road, el half or tin marten 'if a mil from i his home, Iuki Friday evening about 4 o'clock He had been to Valle Mines mill was ret n rn inu home. Near where his body wan round he whs met i'.v hied AuHuclion and St Mr, I talked for awhile made no complaint 1 fell. When they n walked along by wagon ami paaaed hill. About thirty f not parted M v the lid 'f hi in over a little minutes later 'i 1 1 1 orti came upon 1 his I : 1 I body, l.vlmi in the mid the road, his face downward In tbi mud in a wagou track. Tracing his tstspa rrom where he met Mr. Aufiuchon, it was found thai be walked part of the way by the side! of the wagon an, 1 thru dropped bask t.i the rem-. . r the wagon. His teem and wagon were anoe further mi found a short turned .ill ti dial tie -!! "I the r, mt . Coroner Kngllsh was notiOed went nut Saturday t. bold un in quest, at whloh the foregoing farts were . Hotted. The jury's verdict was that deceased came to his death from unknown cauae, probably heart aiaeaae. Mr. Papln was a Wldowei and 1 lived with his sou Kh Papln. Ha ws 70 yeara, 8 montha and 4 days Ola. ne WM horn in Ste. county, but he and his wife, whose maiden name wus ( arrow, lived most of their lives in Marlon lownablp, this county He was 11 well Known citi zen and highly respected by all who knew him. The funeral took place Sundav and his body was laid at rest m oametery at F rench Village, the SOME OLD FRIENDS Among the subscription renewals ! to The Times the past week are lev- j PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES erai loaf-tima friends who bevel rtia Board of education will hold been feaajercof this paper ever slneejlta regular meeting next Thursdey the iiresent editor took nharsa i a v 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 I i j thlrty-foui years ago I. ant Saturday Mr. F.dward Du-1 gal, wboae name waa on our books! when we took charge, called ami ad vanced bis subscription another! year. On Monday Mr. I.eroy Matkiu of Bismarck, Mr. w. c. Ashburn of H ie Terre Bouts No. 1 and Mr. F. I. Tetley of Bonne Terre were in ! town and each favored The Ti 1 1 with a call and another advance sub 1 erlptlon. They have all been read-! ers of The Times lor thirtv rears I and more. These old-time friends ar. among our best and most highly esteemed cltlsens, and it makes us feel Bond to have them drop In on us with their words of enoouraaemenl and cheer. May every success and the best the land affords attend them. Mere words fail to express our ap preciation of their friendship and u - provat. TEl'LEYS L08E HEAVILY IN HUB FACTORY FIRE, i The Tetley family here were large- ly Interested in the Clark-dray Co.'s i 1 bull, spoke, stave and beadlug fac-1 j tory that burned at Little Rook, Ark . on the 13th lllHt. S.J Tetley, ! jj. H. Tetley, G a. Tetley, Dr. C. I A. Tetley and J. K. Klein hold j about 18,000 of stock in the enter-1 prise. 'Tin. other stockholders are! , Fred Kendall, the Logan estate, and I j the (Jays ol I ronton, the latter re ! lath es of the Tetleya, Walter Clark-! son of st. Louie, Allison Timms and Mr Arnold. George It. Gay I was manager of the plant. Ths large two-story raanufactur-1 Ing building, about 30 x ISO feet. was completely destroyed with all j the machinery, the loss aggregating about 40,000, with an insurance of I 110,000. B. J. Tetley went down to Little Hock last Thursday return-1 iiiL' home Sn loin lie II... It.- I surance has been adjuated, and that ine plant win ne renuilt and work resumed just as soon as the huildinit is ready and new machinery can be installed. Night school at Farmington Business College on Monday, Wednesday and Friday even ings, 7 to 9 o'clock. All regu lar day subjects taught. Tu ition reasonable. Experi enced teachers in charge. In dividual private instruction to all wanting same. Ask Prof. Moothart for further particulars. PRINCE THE WORLD' '" ' '," ' " 1 1 " 1 : ' ' . 1 Tl Tk Hue 1 r 1 22 Cm, ,. II ewav I uiii Jfj ' Actor Arhst i m- and mtSaF HUGHT Musician J M Inches ever mHL Pres.:' led jHLv M m.tHiHm bbbbbbbbbK.. i t , . HOHBH' : PUb"C t BWWg Pounds SMALLIfk THAN Ton . I .nitwit Is the smallest -1 . i Motion Picture Co., at Paria, Franc tore prodUOtiona. And has al' a, prod d by the Comet Motion Plcl and ee Prince Ludwlu in real life pleture oi the Path Co. and the c Friday and Saturday Nights, January 31 and February MONARCH THEATRE ADMISSION 5C. AND 10C. Haase of the teachers understood that the cards were n it to be iss I until this Week. 'I his accounts tor those not eomlng out lust week as it was announced they would Visitors at the public school the last two weeks were Mesdstnes Al len, Robert Boswell, Fanny Tyler, Hli'lieson , Kraft ami Mr. (has. Prsneisco, Frank Tucker, Qui Na- tlotia and Miss Auta Osorlo, of our graduates, also were visitors. Attendance last week for the three lesdlng rooms is as follows: Seventh grsds 117, Eighth grade 90,3, High School B3.8. The piipiu iii the high SOhool made seven turdies last week and all of the other pupils in the public school msde only .me. This Ih a had record for the hlghwchnol. II it were only the one week it Would not be ho bad, hut it is a general thing ami the large percent of them i could be easily avoided. Hunt. ). J Ferguson of the Bis I inarch public schools was a culler at the iittlee Suturduy. Itlsmarck in ! attain considering the proposition of j a new building The town needs a j new building ami it is quite probsble that the proposition will he siihmitt- ed St the April election. We nre ex- I pecting Bismarck to keep up with 1 the other towns of the county in thlH , respect. St. Francois county has j done well during the laal few years I in school building and we hope to I see the (food work go on until every child in school is taken cure of in u well eipiipped modern school biiild- n"' Mr. J. D. F.iiitr, High Bciiool In- apector, from the state University, Visited us Monday Me made tin- students a very instructive address I st the open-exercieea nnd spent the I remainder of the day visiting the re-1 gular classes. The result of his In- spcctlon will be reported to the Board I ol l-!d lleiit i o 1 1 hiler I'.rietK- !.e PA I Ported onr Institution In good oon-: , onion ami wan much ltiiIiiicii to see I ""' Improvement Since he visited us I two years ago. This is the Brat time Mr. MHtT has seen the new hiulldiilK since Its completion. He was called in consultation by the '"' wl plans wen being adopt eil for the building and much of the present tin i I tti iik was the direct re suit of bis suggestions. He express ed himself as well pleased with the structure uud arrangement and pro nounced it one of the best bUlldiOgS III the State for the money put into it. At our teachers' meeting two weeks aipi, the question of Patrons' Day wus under discussion. Bovera . LUDWIG 10ST HAMOU5 C1IDQET ril a r r 4 ill 1 1 MB I ictor and III ell c Co ill ha let Co rld'n famoua Pathe part in many tea ban t man,! feature productions tt Berlin, Germany. Mem often s.'eu nun iv motion th teachers contended thai it did not kIvii them an opportunity to de iiionstrnte the hcI I work that should h. demon at rated, ami that the construction work, dMSTiBga, etc , artnefi mmM be put on display took the attention of the vIhIIoth and that the school and the teachers are fudged too much by the charac ter ol the display There Ih much truth in the contention It is the purpose of the special day to gal put roilS and friends out to visit the Hchools with the hop., that after Rot- ting -tailed to visit they will con tinue In do so. We notice that quits a r..w patrons are visiting the schools SO tll.lt they call see the regular work. The teachers are pleaaed w ith this visiting ami want to encourage other- to visit. Parents, It will give you an opportunity to see the work and how your children are doing the n ipiired work, and it will not pt mil of the way t" have a talk with th. teacher as to the progress ol the children In Which yon are particu larly ii sated. Til t: s' PKKIS1 KNUKN'1 . Our I me of Rubber Goods Will bo found Complete . j WhetHer VOU Site 111 need q ordinary articles of daily use 01" special ap phances for the sick roomHot Water Bot tles, Ice Bags, Fountain Syringes, Atomizers, In valid Cushions, Rubber Gloves, etc. We handle none but guaranteed qualities. Sity Drag Store Phone 17 E. J. LAWRENCE, Mgr. CHURCH NOTICES. Episcopal Service. Blehop K. K. Johnson of St. Louis Rplaoopal Church w preach in tba Presbyterian Ohnrcb on Wedueaday evening, reoruary 5th, at 7:30 "'chick. All are cordially Invited to attend this service. M E. Church. South Subjects for next s lay ' ,.,.. tnoni ate. Moralniri "Hofi Words." Evening: "When Ufa 1- a t.lllllf. " ou an- iii td to hear these dis courses, L, u. Jknkinh, Paator. Kotbodiet Epis The pastor s Ui I week assisting tin , chinch at that phi I I i t meetings, ! aii the regular l held ii.. . ( Sunday Opal Chu'ch. Perryvilla thli pastor of our in a short s... services will ho as usual. They I resident minis Will he fl..iirl,f ,., will he in charae ol t'-i .. The nasi l" ham thai larm ,,. ......... i.... . attend their ministry of the word. Happy Friday Entertainment and Social Hour on Friday evening h " ' open at tei 'dock and entertainment begins at seven. W. It, in v ii, Pastor. Why buy one can to-day and one to-morrows Attond our Over Stock Sale. Buy in doz en and case lots, or half dozen lots. You can reduce the cost of living. BARHAM. A Hud and Untimely accident befell Clyde Williams, youngeal son .,f Mr W. it. Wllllame, of Moras Mill on last Monday. While attempting t" Unchoka an elevator spout at the mill, he became entangled In the machinery and received Injuries 'r wbicb be died on Thursday morning. After the accident, which lUrrad la Ike forenoon, be was taken (., tIH hoi .f his father, where all that could be done fur him was done, but to no avail. His arm wus amputated in the n that hla life might be saved, hut he rrew Kra dually worse until Thursday morn ing when he passed away. Mr. Williams was a most excellent young man and his sad and sudden death Is u terrible blow to his lather, brothers and sisters, us well as to a bom of friends throughout Ih ion try. -De Bold Republic. PLA.N SEWING 'The undersigned is orenared t.. do uud solicits from the ladles of Farm ington and vicinity, plain lowing, such as ladies' underwear ami chil dren's sewing. Any work of this character will be appreciated. Al.PA OBORtO. WANTED Resident manager for Midland Casualty c,, , Liberal and attrac tive contract to capable parly. Write us at once. l lms. P. Whit bread a Co., stute Agents, Pierce Bldg., st. Louts, Mo. Notice. 1 am otTeriiiK my entire Household and Kitchen F'nrnlture for sale, be ginning at e and continuing until every article H sold. Come early and gel choice of the great bargaina you will Bnd. J. h. Short, Knob LlCk, Mil Do Not Be a Martyr. Don't be martyr Hear the lUi you cannot kelp with what fortitudn you csn muster Klulit the IIU that may he vanquished; summon pIiIIoho. phy and religion to your aid if ever you are assailed by the temptation to be melancholy; renumber that "the darkest day lived mi tomorrow will have passed awny." When All Win Be Rich. Hop SIhk Is u Chinese launilrymsn with n cheerful. thoup somewhat un usual philosophy After bcwnlllni; the hnnl limes and Irck of huslni'SH. he added, nillliiRly: "tllmehy evrybody be Itch, velly llch, blmeby " "HoWs tlmt?" "Alia ,ioor people Rot no money; no con ea Then alia pocr people die " Just In Hit Line. At a public sale of hooks the auc tioneer put up "Drew's Kssays on Souls," which was knocked down to a Shoemaker, who, to the great amuse ment of the crowded room, askod thn auctioneer If "he had any more worlcs on HhocmakliiR to sell ' Dally T oughi. Our lives are truly at un end wbaa we are lovad nc ioner. Laador.