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Published Every Thursday by The Farmington Times Printing Company. FAUMINGTON, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY MO.. MARCH 8, 1918. Volume 40: Number 10 lie 111 E EXTEND OUR NV A ON Easter Display ef Millinery Saturday, March 15th New Location New Room One Door East of Tetley's Jewelry Store MRS. LAAKMAN. TOWN AND VICINAGE Paint and linseed nil at Mali A PhiUips.' formal Spring Opening of Millin ery Saturday, March 16, at Mrs. 8. C. Watts'. Everything QBW in shapes und trimmtafta tor spring and summer luitH at Mr. S. ('. WattR'. Bogtl and Urllley, tin- entertain ers, at tin' Opera House tonight. Don 'I miss them. Minn Nettie m at eC tin took has (iino te Pojrnai ti viHit bar slater, Mrs. John. A. Murphy, Mlaa Btbal Portar ol Bleb, okla.. iiaH bean 1 1 guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hugh Portar. .Mr. 1. l) flnhaton ol Bonne Terra It. K. D. No. l was treoaaot lag boatnees in town Tuesday Mr. H array Haiie win have anv other birthday ennivereery If areb Hi, and li" will he Ml years "Id Mr T. c. Young wa sailed to Lexington, Mo., Tuesday, on ac count f th" serious illness of hia fathor. Di Prank Weber hM fndvad' Into Ma ni'w homa In Qlanaread Park, it ih a very handsome and modern raaldanoe. The ladies of th Praabytariau Uburab will bold their market at Oola Nuion'i Saturday afternoon, March Hth. The Republic ol Sunday contained a pit-turn of little Barbara Carolina Tullook, the Bve-yearold prodigy, who ilah already thirty violin plaoea. in m rdano with a law recently paaaad iy Oongreea, tlm clerks in the Parmlngton Post Oflloe entered upon an eight-hour shift service hHt Tuaaday. Miaa Maud Montgomery, former praaMaul of Blmwond Baminary, win taaefa In 00a of the st. Louis High Schools next year, having charge of aoma Prenoh olaaaea. Bar. '. K. Hickok h-ri vYednee tiny to visit the ohurebei of Jack eon, Gape Girardeau and Maiden in tim Interest of Bhnwood. Ho ex peeta to return Kriday or Saturday. The frtendi ol Mri. svaitnr I Heneley will be triad to hear that ebe hH recovered from the opera tion for which the went to a Wash ington hoapltal mime time ago, and ia now in perfect health. Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Laming and 1 ball little on, 'Edward Boater, of Gape Girardeau, oarne up Saturday to visit bar parente, Mr. and Mrs. K. a Boiler. Mr. Laming ami baby Will remain until Kaster. Milton Bpaugh la announoed as a candidate for Alderman In the Third Ward. Milton la one of our moel progreeelve, ubatanttal and wide awake yoong bualneai men. The Third ward could not do hatter then elect him. Mia Anna Buck has ; -signed her lioaition ac supervisor of music anil di awing In the aehoola ai Mansfield!-. I, a., on account of the illness of her mother, Before leaving Man afield last Friday the school and parish luperin ton dent praaaatad her with a beaUtlfnl gold watch andlpiu. Mr and Mrs. J. fS. Umssharl ol Odessa, Mo., arrived Tuesday to spend a week or more with their daughter, Mrs. 0. w Moo than and family, Tbey came from Bareka Springs, Ark., where they have been a month enjoying tin- privilege of that well-known health fOOOft The fifth number of the Lyceum Entertainment Course tonight, Bogert A UriUey, the burpiat and reader, are saltl to he two of the moat entertaining entertainere in Lite country. Admission ,'iU cents. Tickets on sale at Famous. USUAL CORDIAL o vir.w inc Dr. B.C. McGormtok received a 'telegram last Friday from lodge II. B. Smith of Taloga, okla., request log him to aoma at once, that Mrs. I Smith, the Doctor's daughter, was seriously 111 Dr. McCormick left at once for ralnga, hut as we go to press no news has bean received of Mrs. Smith's condition. Dr. C, K. Plemlng has gone to Maplewood Sanitarium, Jackson. Ill , for treatment on account of the physical breakdown be had from overwork the past year. His (poinds all hope he will return completely restored to health. Vernon Doss announces himself this week as a candidate for Alder man in Die Plrsl ward. Ml Doss is a young man of enterprise and pub lic spirit, and may depended on to look after tin- beet interests of the town. Three Days Next Week ON MARCH 10th, 11th and 12th, Mr. II. .1. Cocolibb will be at the Henderson Mer cantile Ct. s store to deliver the suita for whicfa be took ortlers three weeks aj;o. Will the Ladied who gave their orders kindly I"1 present on one of these tlavs to receive their suits? And while Mr. Cocoliae is here next week he will lie glad to take YOUR tinier lor a stylish Spring suit. We jive you a mow cordial invitation to cone m and see some of the beautiful work which Mr. Coco lise has done for other ladies nl your city. His work delights the most particular ladies. Tut -nk 12 JFhe Henderson Mercantile Go. Farmington, flo. CHURCH NOTICES. Baptist Church. Rev, V. B. Patterson of Sandwich, Illinois, will preach at the Baptlat Church next Sunday at II a. in and 7.M p. m. Catholic Devotions. Sunday March fl, at Parmington, Mass at ten o'clock: at Hoe Run, Mass at eight o'clock. Lent devotions Wednesday and Friday Christian Church. There wil he the usual services Sunday. Bible School at 10 a. m. Let every metnhei he present and on time. .Sermon ut II a. in. Snhject, "The King's Invitation." The subject for the evening sermon will he, "Lord what wilt Thou have ine to do?" All are invited to attend these services. J. M. Baiucy, Minister. Preitbytarian Church. The regular services at the Pre? hyterian church next Sunday inorli ini; and evening with preaching by the paator, in tin- event of the meet ing at the Methodist church continu-itis- over Sunday the evening ser vice will he omitted. Bible School at OtaD a. m. Preaching service at II a. m. and 7:110 p. OR. c. B. Hickok, Pastor. Guy Tuiiock announces this week us a c andidate for Alderman in the Second ward. Mr. Tollook is one of our substantial and will known liilsiness men, who feels an interest in all pertaining to the town, anil would make a good alderman. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION Teachers' examination will he held In Parmlngton March 7th and Sth. A. H. AKKKH, County Bupf, UNION EVANGELISTIC MEETING j The meeting at the m. B, Ohuroh, 'South, which began February 38, ! are still in progress ami will con tinue over Sunday. i The capacity Ol the house was taxed at both the morning and even ing hour lasl Sunday by the-umlti ; tudes who came. About two hundred men and hoys ! ware at tin- special meeting Sunday afternoon. Largs numbers of people from the various congregations of the town testify to the great .value of the meetings to them. Dr. Harmon has bean bringing our people some won derful gospel messages. The meeting! win continue as to date at 2:30 and 7:90 p m. Special Meetings. Two special moatinga will be held. A Children's Meeting Saturday at 1 10 a. m. Another niecthlK for men ami hoys Sunday afternoon at 2:30. L. R J KSKINH, J . W. Hi ut a II, Co-operating Pastors. DEATH OF MRS. A III, I. H Mrs. J. K. Atller died at her home I in Parmlngton at 11:36 p. m., sun I day, March 2, 1013, aged Sfty.nlna years, six months and nine days. She leaves, hesldes her hereaved liushaud, one on. The funeral took place from the residence at J:;ili p. in Tuesday, Rev. I,. H: Jenkins eonduotlng the lervicee, and the hotly was laid at reel In the Maaonie oamatary The bereaved bueband and sou have the sympathy of many friends In their great nr row. COUNTY ODI) FELLOWS ASSOCIATION FOKMEU Bapreeentatlvae of the several lodgaa of the Independent Order ol Odd Fellows met ut Flat River last Wednesday evening and perfected it county odd Fellows Association to he known as the St . Francois County I . O. O. K. Association . Dr. C A. Tetley of St. Francois Lodge No. Is was sleeted president; Luther Bear doii of Progress Lodge, Leadwood, vice president ; C. B, Norwlnc "f Flat River Lodge, secretary, mid It. A. Baton of Flat River, treasurer. Woodland Park, on the electric railroad between Parmlngton ami Flat River, was selected as the place tot holding the first annual celebration of the association, pro vided reasonable rates can he ar ranged for with the electric railroad management. Seven Indues were represented at the meeting: St. Francois No 4S of Parmlngton, Flat River 460, Pro grees 601 of Leadwood, Leadvllle 611 of Deeloge, Blamarek 340, Knob Lick 441 and Cant well 7.17. There are eleven I. (I. (I. F. lodges in the county, ami the other four, Rising Star No. 'SKI of Bonne Tern-, Doe Bun 70, El vine 60S and Liberty 4U4 of Llbertyvllle, will no doubt Join tin- aeaoelatfon, The badly decomposed body of George Orahatn, aged sboul HG, was tountl under one of the machinery sheds of the Farmers Supply Imple ment Co., Friday. Mr. Graham was a victim of the liquor hahit uud while on one of his drunkR he crawled under the maohery ibad and perhaps frose to death. Tin man had been dead for several weeks. He has a son who lives near Morehouse, and he had the body prepared for burial. Slkeston Herald. I ''dif a xtosi a II Tfurvivno vuwt noinn j on ai inuo PASSES AWAY. AQED 9S Mis. Helen M. Jenning! one of the oldest native daughters of Mis SOU 1 1. passed away Monday morn Hg, March S, 1013, at the home or her non-ln-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Churles W. Bollia, in Farnilngteu, aged 0B yean, four months ami live days. Mrs Helen M. JeiiuiuKs was horn October 'JO, 1HI7, III Stc. Oenevieve I county, Mo., near Punjab, and was I a daughter of George B. ami Oath agios Jackson, pioneer settlers of that county, she was married when I seventeen years of ae, in 034, to I Alexander 8. Jennings. They lived on a farm in ste. Genevieve county up to the time of her hushaud's death, which occurred October 7, j iss To them ten children were horn, live of whom are living Mrs. Mecca Ann Hoiiis if Parmlngton, Joseph p. Jennings of ste. Bene viese county, F.dward J. Jennings of hi Louis, cohnuhus a Jennings of Mississippi county, ami Mrs. Helen Harkerof Little Rock, Ark. Por seventy-eight years Mrs. Jcn nlii - has heen a faithful memlier of the Three Rivers Itaptist Church, never havlnu chanited her meinber blp, and daring her younger days she ;is an active and Influential worker In ohurch mattara, Bar eye atghl beoams Impaired, and after the Jeath of her liushaud she went to hi Louis to live with bar daugh ter, Mis. Harker, and to have her ages treated by a specialist, hut eventually tin- heauties of the world ami the faces of her loved ones and friends were shut out from her in darkness, lint her cheerful, k-elilal disposition never changed, ami with hei mental eyes she always looked upon the sunny side of life and en joyed to the fullest extent the 0OI1H panionabipahlp "f her children and friends For a number Ol years she has been hed-ridtlen, her worn hotly feehle and emaciated, hut through it all her spirit was Strong and her mind clear and active, Dp to the lust she took an interest in passim.' events, and her memory of early days was vivid and clear. cheerful, uncomplaining, full of faith mill hope in the life eternal, she wailed patiently, trustingly for the loosing of the silver cord, and as th- veil ol darkness was lifted from her eyes tin- lilory of the Eternal City hurst upon her rapured vision: for There is no death: What secnn so is transition. This life of mortal hre.uii li hut a suburb ol tin- life elyaian, , Whose purtal we t all death." Loved ami revered by herohlldren, to whom her life has heen nu Inspir ation and a benedectlon, a fountain : ol unselfish love, the world is better lor the gentle, patient life and ex ample of this good woman, faithful Christian and loving mother. FEAST OF OOOD THINGS. Don't fail to read the inside pages of The Times. They are always tilled with the lalesl news from j everywhere and with good stories. I'hls week yon will find the follow Ingi Inauguration of President Wilson. Inaugural addreaa of President Wilson. President Wilson honored with tine pantile. President Tali's last day lu oflloe, The Legislative news from JehVr son City Domestic and Foreign news con densed for husy leaders. Vice President Marshall's InaU ' BUIgl address. ( longieaaional notes. Second Installment of tin- new thrilling siory "The Sahh- Lorcha." I'liis with all the home and county lo-ws of interest costs you oul 2 cuts a week. Why don't you take the Times!1 How to Remove Ink Stains. The following Is token from a page of practical hnuseholil suggestions published In the Woman's Home Com panton: "A leaking fountain pen In the pocket t-niiH, d un Ink spot on a light wool coat I applied alcohol liy agrees, usln,; only enough to moisten , the spot, then rubbing the cloth be tween my hands as though washing It soon the spot hail entirely disappear ed, leaving no trace of the Ink." London's 0'"i -.' lehjbltant. f'aptaln David Jackson KM years old, ia believed to be the oldest in habitant of Iintlnn He Is a picture of health and In spite of hlB age ha steps out as blithely aH a boy whoa he goes for his dally valk Millinery Spring Opening Saturday March 15,1913 Mrs. S.C. Watts Liconsed to Marry. Pebmary IN, John F. D -an audi Miss Heulah Jarvis of Bonne Terra. '.'1st, Alex Lachanea ami miss! Lyda Duncan of Mine LaMotto. I ..'d, S. P. Faher ami Mrs. Maggie' Halle of F.lvlns. SHd, Steve Skagga of Flat River! nuil Mrs. Katie R ,r Klvins. LMth, tieorge A. Webb of Flat Biv-1 er ami Miss Madeline K Laird of Knob Lick. Hth, Henry Wolford of Louisville, Ky., and Miss Ruth Betornas ofi Parmlngton, 00th, n ti Bdwarda and Mlaa Ada! Mae Winer of DeSoto. Match i. Arthur Goutpton of Ds- loge ami Miss Blale Canter of Gumbj. 1st, v.. J. Robinson of Flat Blveri and Mlaa Bebecea Bolloway ol Kl vins. Bd, M. W. Meadows ami Miss, F.thei w'ooti of Deeloge. Striking Advantages We tin not rut prices in tnder to make Sales, liut we make go many sale.- that we are able to make Prick Iniu ckmknts. That's How We Save You Money. When you give ui &n order our salesman doean 't say, "V'e haven't it in stock, but ill get it for you;'' lint he says, "We have it and will send it at once. " That's How You Get What You are Looking for at KLEIN'S Within the month nearly every family in town buys Something at Klein's and hundreds ol families buy nearly EVERYTHING at Klein 's. That's Because we Plan to Carry What ALL the People WANT All grocery stores carry bomb good things, hut the Klein Grocer Co. tJlrrie EVERY good thing that an exclusive grocer, house ought to carry That's Why You Find the Pleasing Variety HERE Phone 80 gjgfa GlVOTfa 0 PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at the McCormick farm I', miles ft im Sprott. to the hlgheal bidder, the following property, to. wit : 4 Mares, 3 Yearling Mules I yearling Horse Colt I Sow and Pigs. I Mower and Hay Rake 3 Turning flows and some other Articles Bale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m., sharp, Saturday, March 15, 1918, Terms Sums of J." and Under cash in hand. Sums of fi ami over II mouths time, wltli approved note at S per cent Interest from date Pay ments to he made hefore gOOfM are removed. JOB iiawkins. Cut Not for Help. "What dhl you do when be kissed ou holler for help?" "No; I hol lered for witnesses " Cleveland Plata Dealer. I JUDGES CITY ELECTION First Ward Henry Herman, Win. Ryan, Peter Schmitt and Chas. Rein- bardt. deooud Ward - B. P. Lang, Ander son Counts, T. P. Sprott and Harry K. Hlghley. Third Ward I. ' J . CundifT, John BlckUS, P S Cole and Geo, P. Ware. Fourth Ward A. H. Akers, (1. w. labastian, F.d Belter and Joe laenman, AUVERTISEU LhTl'ERS List of letters remaining in the Parmlngton Post Office, if not called lor win he sent to tin Dead Letter Oflloe March 17th: it. H. Bellan, Lee H. Dlmit. H . B. 'oakum Tedd Walker. M iss Florence Finley. Miss Lois Barton, M iss t 'ttssie Drown . Miss Itessle Stevens. PUBLIC SALE Beginning SATURDAY, MARCH le, at HI a. til. of the entire furnish ings in the lH-room Hotel at Doe Run These Kds r going to bo sold St SOmepriee, If you are think-in- ol going Into the hotel or hoard i' oiise business, or are in need ol something for your home, you j should not fail to attend this sale ami secure some of these moods at your own price. Remember the data and place, Saturday, March tfi, at Hoe Hun. H. W. t'OKHKLI). Motorist's Luck. "Well, Blithers, what luck did you have with your new car " asked Jar I roeay. "More than I ever exnected." said llllthers Must three mlnutea after the darned thing blew up anoth er car came alonn with a busted tire, and the owner bought my old tires for ten dollars splece." Harper's Weekly.