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DESLOGE.
CIhm Bryan on the tick litt.
Wm. Rentfro is on tii' sick Hot.
Tom l'aliner is mi !ln- sick 1 i Kt .
Mm. A. Moyer is on Mm tick lift
(leorge Smith ll quite sick this
week.
Mrs. Win. Holland is on the lick
list.
Bryan Bradley was In Blvlnt Bat
u rduy.
Oeo. Muni'- was in Bonne Torre
Sunday.
Jack Knhn nut in Frederlcktown
Snnduy.
Jo- Dunklin Wai hare on business
Tnaeday
MIm Martha Bona li vialting at
HuhIi Touar.
Francis Mahn ol Bonne Terr was
bar Sunday.
Miss Grace Rentfro was In Plat
Kiver Sunday.
Little Ruth McKarlaml li quite
sick this week.
Orra Klcppaattle was a: Kiver
Mines Saturday.
Mr. B. I'. Pbtlllpa was in St.
Louis Saturday.
Mrs. M. M. Tburman was in Plat
River Monday
Mrs, Wm, Shannon was in Bonne
Teffa Saturday
Hurry Jaokaon of Crystal City
was here Suudiiv .
M rt, Bmma Bryaon
Kiver Thursday.
W , H. Cumins is in
week on bnalneee.
was
Flat
it, Louis this
i
Karmlngton was
P, a. Benham of
in Detloge Friday.
Barnetl Prather
visitor Wednesday
Little son of Mr
wat a Leadwood
W. C Wrigbl le
on the sick list.
Holla Watson is ipendlng a few
duvs In St. Louis.
Miss Myrtle Rolens
was here Sulurday.
Doe Run
The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Mllford Is very ill.
Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jess
Parry is quite ill
.1 Frank Thompson was on the
sick list last week .
Dr. Pond ol Oantwell is on the
sick list this weak.
Miss Kltle Tburman i- spending
a few days In PotOBl,
Mr. (I. S. Florence Is in St Louis
on business this week.
F.url llryiin ol Flat River was a
DealogC visitor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Itroycr of River
Mini's was here Sunday.
Miss Kate Krouch ot Leadwood
was iii Detloge Sunday.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Malta
Cross, Wednesday, a girl.
Miss (e ft rude Bradley ol River
Mines was here Saturday.
Walter Luhuryeie was on the lick
list a few days last week.
Miss Blanche Fruzier of Flat Rlv
er was in Detloge Sunday.
Sanders Qoodman whs in Chicago
lust week visiting relatives.
Rolla and Malcolm Shannon were
St. Louis visitors this week.
Mrs. K. P. White of Knob Lick is
visiting in Detloge this week.
Miss (J race Hlbbltl of Knob Lick
is visiting relatives in Detloge.
The Misses Heers of Flat Kiver
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Propat and baby were
in Flat River visiting Tuesday.
Mrs. Joe Adams and daughter.
Helen, were in IrondalC Sunday.
Mrs. l. Hober returned from a
i si it to Ste Oenevlevt Monday.
(Tardy Pbtlllpa of St. Louis is
Vltltll g relatives here this week.
Percy Colt, Who bus been sick for
several days, Is able to be out again.
Horn, to Dr. und Mrs. L. M.
Reavet, on Tuesday, Jan. 21, a hoy.
Mra. Kerner ol Chicago is visit
lug her daughter, Mrs. John Ward.
Herbert Merrill und family of
Plat River were in Detloge Sunday.
Tom Murty of Flnt River was in
Detloge on butinetl Tuesday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Culvird and
bab were Flat River vititors Sun
day. Mrs. J. L Bradley and Mrs. F.nv
ma Bryan wen in Fiat River Mon
day. W. C. Wright was in BOOM Terre
und Pennington on business Mon
day. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Kennett
Moore of Ht. Louis, January IT, a
boy.
The little child of Herman Hald
ridge Is seriously ill with pneu
monia. Ollle Hhaner of Leadwood hat
been tpending a few days here with
friendt.
Johr. Thurman and wife of Cali
fornia have returned to Detloge and
an thinking of milking t In i r hom
in Mlhhouri again
Mrs. Uordnn of St. I. mils Is vis
iting bar daughter, Mrs. L. M,
HettVCS.
Mrs. Lizzie Day and Klin Klepp
tattle wer Bonne Tern- vititori
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Ureen and
little ton, Qlenwood, wore in Flat
River Sunduy.
Mrs Win. Vandlver and Mrs.
Porter Miller were Waiting in Plat
River Monday.
Mrs. A. Hess and aunt, Luther
and Harry, were Karmlngton v i h i t -
urt Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Mary Doughty and Ann
Ellaabeth Maekley are vltltlng in
Texarkanna, Ark., this week.
Mitt Stella Ward, B teacher in
the nubile school, is confined to her
home on account of tlokneti
Mattie Green of this place and
Mrs. (has Smith of Flat Kiver are
upending a few days in St Louis
W. 1. (liesaing was called to
Hlunkstnn, La., to attend the an
nual meeting of the Hopewell Plant-
Ills' Co.
Mr, Wampler, who was hurt un
der ground by falling rock died ut
the National Hospital Monday
morning,
Mrs. J, C, Porabee Of St Louis,
who baa been vltltlng her daughter,
Mrs. .1. W. Tucker, has returned
to
her home In St. Louis.
I'aris Hood, who has been UOU
fined to his home 4 weekl witli an
attack of typhoid lever, It able to be
, hi Wlirk
The Ladles of the W. (' T. 17.
will have aii open session at the M,
I B. Church February II. An Inter
lectin' program will lie rendered
Mrs. Snyder of south ol farming'
: ton was called to Detloge on account
! of the serious Illness of the infant
of Mr. and Mrs. Bverett MoKlnney.
I'eHrl Holmes and Arthur Voting
both of Cantw
I were married Bun
(lay at tlie home of the bride's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes.
Mrs. Joe Hurt died at her home in
Dosloge Sunday, January Ifli, 191!).
Her remains will he taken to SIIl'o
for hurial. She leaves a hutband
nod three children.
Mrs J. w Webb, who wat called
to Springfield- on account of the
death ol her daughter, returned
home Saturday accompanied by bar
tWO little granddaughters who will
make their home with their grand
mot her.
At a meeting of the school hoard
Thursday evening Miss liable Brad
ley was elected tubatitutt teachai of
the Detloge school fur the remaind
er of the term
A three-room cottage belonging to
Fred Kanuawarf and occupied by
Oeo. Motherahead and family whs
burned at Cantwell at 6:30 Thursday
evening. The Motherhetd family
were away from home at the time
t he fire oeourred and the building and
contents were entirely destroyed.
(has. Lang returned from St.
Louis Thursday where he has been
""' PM 111 ""' bedelde of his
wife who is ill in one of the hos
pitals We are glad to report Mrs.
LMg is recovering.
BISMARCK.
Ir Baton visited DeaArc Sunday.
Chets Beard severely cut Ills bund
Monday.
Judge Swink of Parmington was
here Saturday.
Born, January '-"-'d. to the wife of
J. II. Hurt., a hoy.
Born, Januar) 27th, to the wife of
Kettle Should, a girl.
.1 B. Collier of St. I is Visited
friends here Wednesday.
in (J. II. Bveraola and family of
Caledonia visited friends here Sun
day. Mrs Walters und family of St.
Louis visited relatives here the past
week.
M . P, Cayi f Parmington was
transacting butinetl here Tuesday
of last week.
Mrs. Sullle F. Howies, ( Irand Lec
turer U. B. S., spent 'Tuesday with
friends lo re.
The revival continues unabated.
Rev. c. B. Hlckok of Parmington
will preach Ibis week.
Ivati Wood, uged 4 years, died
January tith of diptherla. His pa"
rent- Mr. and Mis. Kills Wood, did
not realize until a few hours before
bis death the nature of his disease.
The family have the sympathy of
ell.
D. B. Reagun, after a prolonged
Illness, died at his home west of
I ronton last Saturday, Jan. IS. Mr.
Reagan was eighty-one years, two
months and five days old at the time
of bis death, and had lived In Iron
County during the past sixty years.
The deceased leaves a wife and tlx
children to mourn his death A r-
'CBda Enterprise.
FLAT RIVER.
Little Dorothy Wllhy Is very ill
at this writing.
Miss Rllle Held was ai; Klvlns
visitor Monday.
Kd. Marshall visited friends in
Doe Run Sunday.
Miss Qertrnde Bradley was a Dea-
loge visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Juo. Henbam was a Bonua
Terre visitor Sunday.
Lee Hammock of Detloge was a
Flat rtiver visitor Sunday.
Mr. ('has Abehlre of Dealoge was
a Flat River visitor Sunday.
V. V. Kehustian Is visiting with
St. Louis friends this week.
Mr. F. A. Mullersinan visited
friends in IVrrvville Sunday.
Tin- little sou of Mr. and Mrs. K.
H Waide is very sick at this wilt
ing.
Misses Ruth Pranelt und Plorcla
Sutton visited Fariulngton friends
Sunday.
Mr. Will Mullersinan spent Sat
urday and Sunday with PetTyvlilt
friendi
Miss Hessie McGet and brother,
Keiinit, visited friends in Klvius
'Tuesday.
Misses May Myers, Huttle Laws
and Lushlev were Detloge visitors
Bunday.
Misses Louise Cunningham vis
ited Miss osu Smith of Blvint Mon
day evening.
Misses Huttic MaCormlok und
Audrla Bkagga were Dealoge vis
itors Sunday.
Misses Pearl Byington and Badla
Stephens ol Klvlns were Flat liiver
visitors Bunday,
Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Warden
and Serena Been were visiting in
Deslogc Siiudav .
Mrs. Kd. .Mc( Tamilian and chil
dren ol Hemic Terre visited relu-
tlves here Sunduy.
Forrest Lee of St. Louis visited
friends here the first of the Weak,
returning 'Tuesday.
Baed and Jack Bell visited their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. r . K. Hell,
of Bonne 'Terre Sunday.
Mrs. K. H Helkin returned Fri
day from a few day's visit with Ht.
Louie friends and relatives.
Miss Addle Hughes of Blimnrok
visited Mrs. J M. Qarretl Sunday.
She returned t" Leadwood to re
sume her work us teacher there.
Misses Thelma, Lorena, and Wllla
Law s of Dealoge spent Friday and
Saturday with their grandmother,
M rs B. M . Laws here.
Misses Vlrgie Tetley and Beulah
Hoti were Dealoge visitors Sunday.
Misses Hester lleatte and Mable
Watts wi re In singe visitors Sun
day .
Misses Bather (tale and Marion
Oieiting of Parmington paated
through here enronte to st. Louis
Saturday whore they uttendi d the
Bhakeaperlau druma, "Hamlet."
They returned Siindav.
LIBERTY VILLE
Welch's store is now open
public for hllslliess.
George Crump Is visiting
ttiid relatives in Leadwo
to tie
friends
id this
week
Mrs. Qeorge Simpson has been
lUffering with neuralgia several
days.
('has Keith bought a fine young
horse from Leo Moran one day lust
wesk.
VI rs. H. M. Mckenzie was a
Parmington visitor Saturday and
Sunday.
Little Miss Oennvieve Clttbb has
been n sufferer of pneumonia fever
the past week.
Qrandpa Mercer of White Water
is visiting his daughter, Mrs J.
F. Hicks, this week
Mrs. Webster Hopkins .if Flat
Blver spent several days recently
with her father, J. .S. Hturgess.
Miss (truce Wruliam went to
Parmington last Friday to spend a
couple weeks with Mrs. 11 1 1 1 Shaw.
Miss Mary Keith, who is teach
ing the dak Grove school, visited
homefolka over last Saturday und
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Th Keipe re
turned from Chicago last Saturday
where Hie latter hud been 'or the
past month to undergo a surgical I
operation.
Mrs. a. R. Tabor, of Orlder, Mo.,
hud been troubled with sick head
ache for tbont five years, when she
began Hiking ( 'humberluin's 'Tablets.
She has taken two bottles of them
and they have onred her. Blck head
ache is caused by u disordered stom
ach for which these tablets are espe
cially Intended, Try them, get well
and stay well. Sold by ul) dealers.
adv.
Persons troubled with partial put a
lysis are often very much benefited
by massaging the affected parts
thoroughly when applying Cham
berlain's Liniment. This liniment
alto relieves rhoumatic pain. For
ale by all dealeri. adv.
BusinesH College Notes.
Miss Blanche Huff passed her se
cond thortland test last Friday.
Prlday of this week is the regular
monthly examinations; will aim to
give the honor students in our next
items.
Messrs. sheiiey, Pepin, Baton
and Miss Huwn are succeeded in
the hunk and wholesale department
by Messrs. Smith, Mitchell and
-underi.
Prof' Gottett gave a final exami
nation in the first part of the short
hand theory last week 'The honors
ol the class went to F.lhert Hunt, Ml
l"-r cent, and William Moothart, !I7
per cent.
chinles porter, accompanied Dr.
Kngllth, County Coroner, to French
Village lust Saturday, and did steno
graphic work at the impiest held in
quiring into the sudden death of
grandfather Papin.
New Students this Week lire M Isses
Lynda und Katie Crow of Kimble,
Texas county, Mo. These young
women, accompanied by their father,
Mr. J. D. Crow, came In Monday.
The young ladies will pursue oom
limed department work.
Several young people have ur
gently requeslnd President Moot
hart to start a night school In Parm
ington, which he has decided to do,
organizing same next Monday even
ing, Pebraery Id, at 7 o'clock, aii
young people interested should try
to he present the first week. One
01 more subjects may he pursued.
'Tuition Will be reasonable und in ac
cordance with the work done
Score! of young pi ubl much
mole profitably spend three nights n
week in Buelneea College, from sev
en to nine o'clock, thuu to while
BWay their time on the streets, in
ii" way bettering them eel vet for
utefulneee us citizens. Parent!
should seeto it thul sons and daugh
ter I who have time for down town
after evening meals, should be made
to take these three nights in (lie
Bualneaa College. For particulars
phone or see Mr. Moothart.
Exemption of Coastwise Ships
From Canal Toll Subsidy
Washington, I) ('., Jan. 16.
Chairman 4 dam ton of the House
Commerce Committee In u formal
statement today predicted that one
of President-elect Wilson's flrsl re
ipicts on tlie incoming i ongreot
would he fur u repeal of the free pas
sage provision in the Panama ('anal
act applying to American ships.
" I f Secretary Knox succeeds in
avoiding or postponing the demands
of England," said Mr. Adamtou,
"he will undoubtedly remove all
foundation for the Illogical claims
of our people, who say they are op
posed to subsidies but still favor
discrimination in favor of coastwise
ships from tolls, which is a subsidy.
"Bngland mayjuttly complain that
if the canal is to be used as an in
strument to distribute subsidies un
der the treaty, those subsidies mutt
he eipiul to all nations.
"The true Issue for us to deter
mine is shall we rot, our own people
by uu unjust discrimination to en
rich the coastwise shipping trust
"I would not at all object to a
brush with England if we had a just
cause, but It looks very foolish and
unprofitable to maintain any tort of
row with her, commercial, diplomatic
01 warlike, to defend the Infliction
of an incidental discrimination
caused by the immoral and unjust
robbery of our treasury and th
musses of the people to confer bene
fits upon it sr ial interest.''
Farm Adviser.
lollowing, vvhicl
conies to us
from the State Normal School ul Sealed bids will be received by the
Cape Girardeau is mi a subject thai underalgnad, up to 6 o'clock p. m..
Interesting fur.ners throughout E.1""."? I' LPv.-' n
I Fariulngton, .-it. hrm is Comity,
l he State, ami inuy intereal our far-I Missouri, for sinking, constructing
liter readers: ! and completing a Deep Well, not ex
No move nt has grown so rapid- '""I-' MOO feet deep. 'The work to I
i i. . i .... i ,ii ...he done anil completed according to
v or aft nicted so much attention ,, ... ,. 1 , . , ,
I the spenib-atiaus iidopled by the
during the pail year us the plucingl t,,ard of Aldermen of said city. A !
of trained men in each county to certified check in (lie sum ol Mmi IKi, i
g ude und direct agricultural work. Payable to the City of Far gton,
i ape (tirardeau Coiintv was the:
1
llrst In the state In secure such a ,
man, supporled alone by county and i
slate aid. We do iml believe that
we have the panacea for all agrarian
ills nor the solution of all rural pro
blems: but we are accomplishing a
lew things. Remember thai the ad
vice ami direction of the county man
dm s not have to he followed unless
the individual so wishes. More than
that, unless you definitely ask him
to visit yoUl farm or to confer with
you, be will not come neur yon.
There are so many reqUCttl on the
time of our udvlser that he has a
waiting list, taking up those In each
part of the county as possible.
ID-re where we had so much trouble
w ith hog cholera it was necessary to
tntWertUCh culls first So success
ful has Farm Adviser Williams been
in treating hog cholera thai this
work alone bus saved many thou
sand dollar- to the county.
Mut aavlng bogs is not the only
duty of a Farm Adviser, nor work
ing with stock, although much is be
Ing done along these lines. In breed
ing horses ii movement li being done
along these linei. In breeding
f
HAIR
horses a movement is being started
that in u lew yeari will he worth
more to the county tiiuu the sa ing
of the hogs.
The work with soils und farm crops
is very Important. On the county
pour farm plots have been measured
off und treated with the i mercial
fertilizers, farm miiniires und green
manures. The erops from these
when harvested and their value de
temilned together With their cost
Will give some information needed
by every farmer In the i my.
This work is not a duplication of
liny work being done ut Columbia,
hut a supplement to thai work, bring
ing it rigid home to us and giving il
to us In a form (but can he used
Variety plots of wheat have also
been started. Here on niousiirod
plots of ground different varieties of
wheat have i n planted, all will
bave the siime soil und cultivation,
and in a few yours we will know the
best wheat to plum in Cape County.
The same work will he done this
spring with corn and other crops.
Hut saving hogs nud increasing
wheat and corn Molds should not
consume the entire th ,f the
County Farm Adviser. The great
est crop of all crops is boys and
girls. Working in the schools, aid
Ing the teacher in her work In agri
culture, assisting in school judging
itests mid at local fairs and
shoes, und by many other win s eun
the boys and girls be awakened io
the great possibilities and onnoettin.
It lei oflered (hem by agriculture,
Thrift.
It t wtsa cUlld thai
Ichrii relative
leaemblt
Notice in Bankruptcy.
In the Dietrlet Court of the United
Slates for the Fasteru Division ol
i i he Bat tern Judicial District of
m iaaourl.
In I he matter of i In Han k-
I Fred Btraub, Bankrupt I ruptcy,
I To the creditors of Fred Straub, ol
i Bonne Terre, st. Pranoola County,
Slate of Missouri, and District
i aforeeald, Bankrupi i
Notice is hereby given thai mi 'J.'lrd
o( January, A. D. lul l, said Fred
i Straub was adjudicated bankrupi.
and that first meeting of bis ered
I Iton will tie held at the offloe of the
undersigned Referee In Bankruptcy,
Room 4111 Security llulldiiig, 3M
North Fourth Street, lu the City of
St. Louie, State of Missouri, on the
llth day of February, A. I). 1013, ut
II o'clock in the forenoon, nt which
time the said creditors may attend,
pmve their claims, appoint a tma
lee. examine the bankrupt and tran
sact such other business as may
property come before said meeting.
WALTER 1). COLE8,
Referee in Bankruptcy,
TO CONTRACTORS.
DEEP WELL.
. . 1 . " ... - ... ,
dei f good i. mi Hpeciflcatioui
,,,,,,. jn the Citv Clerk's ..Mice, and
w ill he furnished on application
I iniiarv il, IIII.I.
s. I.. ABBCRY, City Clerk.
Parmington, Mo
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About your plans for Buildings of any
description. We furnish estimates and
sketches free of asking.
We also carry a complete line of BuUd
ing Material and our prices will suit you.
Consult with us on your requirements,
KM
Contractors for All Kinds of Work, Including
Heating. Plumbing, Electric Work, etc.
BEAUTY
i
T bat been said natty
finies Hint a wom
en's ban is
HER CROWMMC
GIORY
Truly well put Yw
will Bud thai we bave a
complete stock of po
Badi s, lotions anil gliuin .
poos Hun will really nll
health ami sheen to tin
bsaniy ol woman,
M LAAKMAN,
DtugRISt.
Barns and Uernaclen
"Prclty hamlsninc bain, don't yon
think?" said the roambei of the rllr
group wbo bad been on I lie lann be
fore "Whirl. Is Unit7 asked tlie one
wbo was on tier mi vtalL "Th larta
red hulldln Is the liaral" "Oh. real
And the little bulldlnga around rt
are the barnacles arc ther?"
ROBT. A SWINK
Tl-ORNEY AT LAW
' .c inlm'.l on MlttetTl.
Practice in an tba Uoerti oi Meetate,
one, m rrtaeoti ooaati Hank Bide
M. B. LEDBETTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
l ai niiiiltnn Missouri.
tpeelei attention to Probate ami insurance
IiusIucm. ofllc. Hank of Farmlnirton llhls.
B. H. MARBURY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
rarmlngton. Mission!
Practice! m nil lbs
IflCt, larmlnstoii Me
ourt- i
i Hilt lie
the stabe
10, Hull. ling
DR. P. J. CANNON,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
F. It mini iton, HUMOUR!.
I Iti located in the in. k Oi Mccormick
retldence, and offer his mi v Ices to aii wbo
Hie In li I ol treatment ObfOOtC dllteMt
a lOeCiOtt! ' olisulllltl'in tree
I ' .-l.t' I" lus.
FELIX O- POSTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Flnt River Mlasouri
Practical In all courtt, Odbieln tbt Opera
Uoum bulldia.
office Pnom lit, Hal lllvei
Httldence Plioat III, t ,o hit. :
EDWARD A. ROZIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Fahminhtok, MlletHlgl.
7-jril i. practice It nil tlie (lourtmit VIS
uii-i s-rnfflce in ataltff lluiiiltiis
OWEN A. SIVIITH M. D..
K Y K AN D B A K .
AT rARMINOTON
snails T I I urmlny anil Hnturilsv. ilfllr
Dr. RoMnaee'i Huiiillna.
AT FLAT RIVR.
Monday Wednaadav nmi Prldar
DR. B. R. DOWNING,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
PAIIMINIITON , Mil.
onice in tbt liins Holler Hullillng.
mrci pnoae lit. aeeMeaet I'tmne m,
DR. EMIL HERWIG.
SPECIALIST
Diseases of the Digestive Organs,
Nervous Dleeaeee.
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C. A TETLEY'
DENTIST
fAKMINGIOIV. MISS01K
Ofici in Keultv Bldg., Buitt No. 6.
I'lionc 75.
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DENTIST, .fc, .
FAt'MINOTitN, MI68UUII.
inter up -intra in UolMl a bene UuUiling
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