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Annual aeter SDiepla -of- SATURDAY, MARCH 15 New Location One Door East of Tetley's Jewelry Store. MRS. LAAKMAN County Cotrcsponfccncc BISMARCK. Kdilnr I'ureell of Fiederlcktoarn spent Sumltt.v here. c. K shoemaker is quite sick with an attack Of appendicitis. Mrs. T. I). Sloan in Improving from DM recent SB illness. Mrs. Adkins f Iron Mountain us shopping ben Saturday. Chas. Province of Irondalc tran sacted business here Friday. Jonas Da via is aouatruetini a new concrete lioine for bin own use. Ilarlev If lebolaOD and son of I'o IohI visited tlie family of W. T. Scott. w. K. Tbomai li building neal new bona oottag na ol hli va cant lota. Kev. Hlekok of fannlnRton niied the pulpit at the Union Church Hun day evening. The John I). Wabb property liere win purchased this week hy L. Na gel of Klat Klver. On, h. Blaplinihofl Ib editing for Mr. i'ureell the Kredericktown Ncwh this week. Dennis Wood, one of our oldest citizens, Ih reported iUlte nick at the home of IiIb ion, H. I). Moore. Dr. forth report! a destitute fnin ily in a hox car near the coal chute. Our liberal citizens are assisting them. I). S. Painter Ib now the new pro prietor of the City Bakery, having purehaaad the bnainaaa from A. I' ll Inaa lust week. Mra, Keatah iiiauton. aire tci, died at the home of bat daughter, Mr. J. H, Keatlily, Keb. 34th. Her remains were laid to r-t la the t, ().). K. cemetery Kriduy. Re Wabb oiiioiating. We are pleaHed that '. 1 Garret Ih to superintend the construction of our pa bile highwaya tills year lrln "rolls them up" and Is there fore a praotloal road builder. LIBERTY VILLE. O. . Keith Is on the Kick list thi week. Wm. Sliow and Oliver Moore went to Charleston last Saturday night, Ralph Abernatliy has been suffer ing will) u carbuncle on Ids face the past week. Misses Mildred and Mary Keith visited home folks taut Saturday and Sunday. Miss Hattie Lewis closed a very successful term of school at Rock Creek last Friday Mlas Lizzie McKenzie is botne from Kredericktown this week suf faring with rheumatism. Miss Jennie Carver of Karmlngtnn la the guest of her uncle, A. M Wallaee, anl family this week. MrB. Aubuchon of ("ape Girardeau is the guest of her sister and mo ther, Mrs. J. L. Simpson and Mrs. Coaaan. Misses Flossie Abernatliy and Hazel MeCarver visited friends and relatives in FnrmlnKton a few days last week. TbaofNoari of theChrlatlan Church in": last Sunday and employed Bro Mi, ore of Marquand to preach hare tba ensuing year. (J baa, Lewis moved into the C. M. Heitmann property lust week and Win. Simpson moved into the house vacated by Mr. Lewis. Lewis Itlack moved from I be Watts farm to Oklahoma this week and Frank Clubb moved into the house vacated hy Mr. Black and will work for J. C. Williams. Had Good Precedent. When J Sloat Kassett of New York waB making one of his cam paigns for congress his Democratlo opponent derided him bectuso he parti his name In the middle. "I ad mit It," aald Kassett In a speech soon afterward, "and I am not ashamed of It. Bo long E. Plurlbus Unum can stand It to have his name parted In the middle I think 1 can. too." FLAT RIVER. Mrs Felix Bloom is very sick this weak, Thos. Marty was a Deilogt visitor Sunday. Jack Kahn of Desloge was a Flat River visitor Sunday. Mrs. It M. Laws Is very sick with lagrippe at this writing. Mrs. Naomi Long of Bonne Terre visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Jake Alpher and dnughti r, Miss Minnie, Ipanl Monday in St. Loo la, Miss BJanche Son of Honue Torre visited Miss Lottie Robinson Satur day and Sunday Mrs. Adam Annhrnster and daugh ters, Hilda and Luciie, were Bonne Terre visitors Sunday. Mrs. jno. Spradiing of farming ton visited her tnuther, Mrs. Jno. (nman and family Monday. Mr. Raymond Parkin of St. Louis ea down the latter part of last week for a visit with friends. Miss Florence O'Haunon of Doe Run vialted her cousin, Mrs. Lee Lashley and family Thursday .MIbs Alma Sutton returned last Tuesday from a visit with Freder icktown friends and relatives. Misses If eC arty and Butterfleld of Parmlngten visited at tba National Club House Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lashley anil children spent Sunday In Desloge the guests of Jas. Laniard ami fam ily. Arthur Long of St. Louis spent Sunday and Monday with his fath er. Ilrad Long, reluming Tuesday morning. Miss MM Myers was called to Si. Lou ll Monday on account of the death of her sister who died sud denly. Miss Myers will probably remain in the city a few daya. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Keith anil son, Qleawood left Tuesday morning for Philadelphia where the latter will receive treatment f o r teveral months. Dr. Keith will return in several weeks. Mr. Albert Payne left Friday for Sliver Plume, Colo , where he will join his wife and son who have been there for the past six months. They expect t" locate iii Texas where Mr. Payne has suitable employment. Mrs. Olilla Parker of St. Lon'ls came down Tuesday evening to vis it the Rebecca Lodge. Refresh ments were served and all present had a very nice time. Mrs. Parker returned to the city Wednesday morning. On Sunday, March J, Miss Re- becea Holloway and Mr. Elmer Robinson were quletoly married at the M. B. Church of Klvlns by Rev. Markely, They will live with the groom's parents for a Hbort time at Fiat River. a: the declamatory contest held at the High School building on last Saturday night, March I, Miss Lot tie Robinson won first prize, Osa Smith 'Jd prize. Of tbe boys who entered, Chelsea Intnan won first prize while Cecil Hughes won 'Jd prize. The county contest will he held In the Opera House on April IB, Repairing High Monument. a iii knowii iomion steeplejack ESineil Larklns has been engaged to repair the monument to the first Duke of Sutherland, on the top of Ben vraggie (Butherlaadehire), 1,800 fell above the sea The Statue Ib 33 feel high and Ib on a column of solid masonry HO feet high It taknB the men two hours to climb to work, and they have to "down tools" before dusk to allow of a descent In day light Many sufferers from rheumatism I have been surprised mid delighted with the prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case of rheumatism In ten requires any Internal treatment whatever, i nis liniment Is for sale by all dealers. adv. DESLOGE. Mrs. Frank Moore Is on the sick list. Oeo. Quails Hack is on the sick list. John Uosney was in Farmlugton on business Tuesday. Miss Jennie Hawburg of Bonne Terre visited at the home of her brother Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Swaney visited In St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. Olga Oof? la visiting in Kan sas City a few weeks. Little Naomi Me Farland has been quite 111 for a few days. Mrs. Jas. Ward visited her sister In Fariningtou Tuesday. Mrs. CIibb. Calvird has been con fined to her bed for the past week. Paris Hood has been confined to his bed the past week with lagrippe. R. S. Kahn and family spent Sun day in Flat River witli Mrs Tucker. Mrs. II. A. Hea attended the Lead Kelt Mission Hoard at Flal River Tuesday Jeff Delonia of Honne Terre vis ited home folks here Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris of Flat Riv er visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cal vird Sunday. A. H. Oreon of Flat River visited at the home of his brother, W. T. Qreen, Sunday. Mrs. Wm, Trauerniohi of Batbar visited at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Emma Bryan, Sunday. Hruce Cole was in St. Louis the latter part of the week buying goods for the Cole Br OS. Mercantile (Jo I). M. Moody left Monday of this week for Tennessee in the interest of the St Louis Smelting v Refin ing. Mrs. James Morris and Mrs. ( has. Hryan visited the former's sister, Fred Murrlll, of Leadwood Wednes day Wright Pritohetl and John Smith purchased from Mr. Fitzgerald of Leadwood the saloon known as the Spider. Miss Rose Turner of Leadwood Is visiting at the homes of her sisters, Mrs. James Morris and Mrs. Chas. Calvird. Andrew Frank of Caledonia is here at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Jlnkeraon, who is not expected to live. Bryan Bradley attended the bask et ball game at Fariningtou Salnr day night between Desloge and Farmington Mr. and Mrs. Win. Slinknrd at tended the funeral of their little niece, Creaaie Woods, at Frederick town Saturday. 1 W. Miller and M. L. Grady pur chaaad tba large two story brlek building on the corner from Chas. Bryan Monday. Mr. Btalnbarg, the Jeweler, moved his place of business from the Kahn dry goods store to the room formerly occupied by A. H. Starp. J. A. ('asseltou of St. Louis, sec retary of the St, Louis Smelting A Refining Co., was at the St. Fran cois office on business Saturday Walter Labruyere was transferred from the store room of the St. Louis Smelting A Refining Co. to the check office. Henry Hell will suc ceed Mr. Labruyere at the store room Mr. Hlovinsky of Honne Terre bought the picture show formerly owned by H. F. Sprott. Mr Slo vlnsky will have the Bonne Torre Orohestra here three nights each week and the other three nights he promises a good vaudeville. It will now be known as the Lyric. Cressle Woods, little daughter of Mrs Varlce Woods, died at their home Thursday, February ''li, of pneumonia. On Friday the body w as taken to Kredericktown, where sin was buried Saturday beside her fat ti er, wlio preceded tier two years ago KOEBTER. Harry Lester was a Rooster visi tor this week. Henry Sboemake visited Tbomai Lester last week. James Waters visited T, H. 0. Lester the pust week. F.lhrldge Horn was in St. Louis this week on business, J I.. Horn was in Bonne Terre on business last week. Born, March i, 1013, to tba wife ul Ailie Hodge, a daujrhter. Leonard Craig lost one of his young horses the pest we!;. s. P. F,iiiott vras In Booster tills week With liis wife and son, Roger Elliott. It looks like spring is coining. A man passed here with n oue-horse cultivator on his back. You judge a mun not by what he promises to do, but by what he has done. That Is the only true test. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Judged by this standard has no su perior. People everywhere speak of It In the highest terms of praise. For sale by all dealers. adv. BONNE TERRE. Win Cole went to St. Louis wad naaday, Mrs. F. K. Ttirley went St. Louis Monday. Mrs. Chas. Carr of Blvlns was here 'Thursday. The ldl Hour has opened agnln by Soms people from St. Louis. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oreendied yesterday morning. Miss Hertba Parsons of St. Louis is visiting her brother, Oerard, here. Joe Speuce Is back in town and has been confined to his bed for a few days. "The Oirl and the Tramp" showed at ti Lyceum Saturday night to u small house. Mr McNeely of Washington is here and has taken charge of Amos Norwine'a new garage. Announcement! have been sent out fur the wedding ol Miss Ida Henson and Mr. John Bills to take place ill the bride's home oil the twelfth of this month. Messrs. A. L. Bvana, N. B. Henry, O. W, Knapp, A. H. Barnes and H. L. Hartwell went to Farmington Monday to try to knock out the peti tion for license Hied hy John. Rey bum. The opening at the Honne Terra farming and Cattle Co'S store Sat urday was attended by large crowds The Orchestra played all afternoon and demonstrations were give of llinnv nice things to eat. Business College Notes. On last Friday the following short hand and typewriting students pass ed their second teat: Frank Haun art, riertba Smith, Ruth Oarner, Bdna Meyer, ifaytne Cunningham, Barbara Hawn and Linn Baton. The honor students iii class spell ing I in February are Roxy Overall, Alvm Papin and Mayme Cunning ham lirst, with Clara Hoebn second. New students since last report are William Cook of Barrio, ill., Bella (Jriffith of Frederlcktown and Kin mett Swink of Farmington, with two Special students taking our mail course iii shorthand, Dow Nichols Of Campbell, Mo., and Charles Fra ser of Annlaton, Mo. Miss Clara Hoabu and Harney Hamilton Ware detained from school last week owing to illness The following students received first and second honors, respective ly, OU last Friday's final examina tion: Spelling, A I v iii Papin, Olio Sanders, Frank Haunert and Roxy Overall; Arithmetic, first half, Jo seph 11 nber and Lena T'liurniann ; Arithmetic, second half, Charles Mitchell and Robert Marshall; Busi ness F.nglish, Roxy Overall and Dennis Wood, Our night school is in progress and young people engaged through out the day should arrange t,, spend three nights a week, pursuing some of our Htisiuess College subjects. Having installed new Remington and Monarch machines, we have some second hand Olivers and Moll Srcha, In good condition, that will be Hold al special bargains. 'Those interested should call and see these machines or write for prices. Lady Bugs to Save Melons. Sacramento, Cel., February "7. Thirty-six million lady-hugs have been captured and caged for ship ment by the California State Insec lary, and will be sent to various sec lions of the slate in order to save the melon crops. 'The ladyhugs prey on the melon aphis, un insect that destroys the new vines. Hop growers will also be supplied with Ibe insects. Chop Ofl Wood s Salary. It Is said thai Oeneral Wood, "chief uf siaff," Is very much dis gruntled ut Woodrow Wilson for is suing orders to him before he be comes commander In-chief of the srroy and navy, Qeneral Wood was requested to stop Issuing orders in which the name ol Thomas Wood row Wilson was used It is pointed nit that two former presidents had dropped their initial name and that army officials never undertook to reinstate them, (irover Cleveland dropped "Steven, " and Ctysess lirniit dropped "Hiram" and after wards adopted an official mistake, SUd inserted "Simpson." No com uiaiidilig general of the army ever presumed to interfere Kansas City Star. Garden Where On Was Lai e. On the Lake of Harlan H was "i1! miles rquare when tba Ih': of William of Orange fought the Spm lards and relieved Leyden, there are now, as on the site of many another mere In Holland, prosperous farms, market gardens and nurseries The pumping away of the water was dose by great engines. You can say goodbye to constipa tion with a clear conscience If you use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been permanently cured by their use. For sale by all dealers. adv. L For Making Pure, Delicious Home-Baked Food. DrPRICE'S aWMA&slllg A VTTUV makes Fine and Wholesome Biscuit, Delicious Cake and Pastry No No Lime Democratic Opportunity. Last week 'The Commoner printed Mllaeentenoei "The Democrats who as a result (,f the congressional and senatorial elections, are entering official life should learn early that the secret of success in public life is to have no secrets from the pub lic." In control of both houses of Con gress, as well aa the White House, the Democratic party will have a great opportunity. While Demo crats have gone to defeat repeatedly they may obtuln satisfaction from the Investigation ol the record their party has made. In the first place the Democratic party is the only political organization that ever re formed itself. In 1H1HI the rank and file of the party rose in protest against the policies of the Demo crutic national edmlnletratlon ami put the party in line with the progres sive thought of the day. It Is also gratifying to remember thai although the party has not been in power It has forced the Republican adminis tration to adopt some of its reforms and it has provided inspiration to men of all parties who would work for the public good In short, It Is the only political parly which, even in defeat, has been able to force its victorious opponent to adopt soms of its leading reforms. 'The income tax and the election of senators by hie people are Democratic measures. They were practically accomplished under Republican administrations and won through the persistent championship of those measures hy the party which claims Thomas Jef ferson as its leader. Now the Democratic party is aboul to enter upon the administration of the national government The new President has the confidence of men of all parties and In- is recognized as the loader of progressive thought, The Commoner wishes for the Wil son administration the highest sort of success. - The Commoner. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great reputation and exten sive sale by its remarkable cures of coughs, colds and croup. It can be depended upon. Try It. Sold by all dealers, adv Do Not Be Martyr. Don't be u martyr Hear the Ills you cannot belp with what fortitude you can muster Fight the Ills that may be vanquished: summon philoso phy and religion to your aid If ever yon are assailed by the temptation to be melancholy; remember that "the darkest day lived till tomorrow will have paused away " Consult Us About your plans for Buildings of any description. We furnish estimates and sketches free of asking. We also carry a complete line of Build ing Material and our prices will suit you. Consult with us on your requirements. Bfli ttr l Gonsttuciion Co. Contractors for All Kinds of Work, Including Heating. Plumbing, Electric Work, etc. Alum Phosphate ROBT. A SWINK ATTORNEY AT LAW Farmington, Missouri. Practices in all nasdoans t the state. OdkMi st- Krum-eh County Hunk n. : . EDWARD A. ROZIER, 5JLTTORNEV AT LAW FsRMINOTON, MlSSOUl t. W II. I. practice in nil tke OOaStSOf MUW ourl. a-omce In Bsaltl elMlaa B. H. MARBURY ATTORNEY AT LAW Fermington. Missouri. practises la ett see Osefti of the state oflee, Panalagtaa escaatne Oo uutMtn,: FELIX O. POSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Flat River. MU.oari Practices la all courts, omee in the ir II, SMS nullittng. "(flee PbeSM in. Hal Klver. Hseiaaaes passss in, i :: H. B. LEDBETTER ATTORNEY AT LAW rirmbtttun Missour spe, iu nitration ii, psuaats an, I tnstiraie-e busmen, onie. uaukor lasastajrtoa RMg, OWEN A. SMITH M . D.. KYfcC AND KAK. AT FARHIROTOg reesuev, Theseaaa ami lotusdov, iiflic lr. ItsMasen's Huihllnc. AT FLAT RIVR. Mttnitar WoaMSdev suit Friday. DR. EMIIL HERWIG, 8PKOIAI.I8T Diseases of the Digestive Organs, Nervous Diseases Hours ''in in son. m. i Hnom IS, IllSOIOlMp m i mail) Rulldtaal Rseepi loadaga, I armlngton. Mo. C. A TETLEY I DENTIST- FARMINGTON. MISSOLK Office in Uralty tidg,, Suite No. 6. Phonr 75. DR. E. L HORTON. rMTMTIGT PAtfMINGTON, MISSOURI. iintro up tiRlri In Holler s Lang building 'I'honn No. SB. DR. B. R. 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