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THE FARMINGTON TIMES, FARM INGTON, MISSOURI, MARCH 7, 1919.
PAGE FIVE LOCAL MENTION Millinery Opening at Mrs S. C. Watts, Saturday March, 15th 2t. March camo in with a "roar.". Ac cording to schedule, it should go out with a "purr." Pure Lard, in any quantity, ?0c a pound, at Bethel's Casn Meat Market; Mrs. James Highley, of Desloge, spent Monday with the family of W. B. Rariden. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Ap ply to Mrs. J. C. Peuin, Farmington. 'Squiro JohnD. Vance, of Elvins, was in attendance at Circuit Court the first of the week. W.' B. Rariden & Son shipped a cr load of fine cattlo to the St. Louis market Wednesday. !, All that id new in Millinery at Mrs. S. C. Watt. March 15th. 2t. Miss May Myers tntertuinu the members of the Junior Class with a party last Friday night. . See the pictures and hear Mr. Davis at the M. E. Church Saturday and Sunday evenings, also Sunday a. m. WANTED. A single fcuggy. Chet Douhet, Route 6. 6-3t James Liolios, of Poplar Bluff, re turned home Tuesday after a week's visit here with his brother, Sur.dy Li olios. J. P. Cayco and J. J..Croks were in St. Louis Monday looking after mat ters in the big tax suit in'tho 11, S. Court. ' v Mrs. Ira Bouware, of Louisville, Ky., came in Sunday for a visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. O. 11. L. Cun ningham, .v Mrs. Rex Fowler, of Doniphan, Mo., arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. L. Cun ningham. Display of Spring and Summer Mil linery Saturday, March 15tii. Mrs. S. C. Watts. 2t Mrs. J. C. Watson was called 'c her old home in Marion, 111., Tuesday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. R. D. Holland. A basket-ball game will be played tonight on tho High School gyin. be tween the High School boys and the Esther High School boys. Loyd Ferguson of tho Lib-.rtyvillo neighborhood!, transacted business here Monday and called to renew his Fubscription to The Times. A son arrived Saturday to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Croke. Harry has since been ai rayed in a smile that won't come off. FOR SALE Old Model Ford Tour ing car. Cheap, in good repair. See J. P. McDonald, Farmington, Mo. A. A. Spicer, manager of the Spav omoff Mercantile Co., at Flat River, was a !' a.mington visitor Satuday and niad(; The Times a business ca'l. Judje R. A. Anthony and VUtorney Robt. Davis, of Fredericktown, were in Circuit Court here ihe first of the weei. looking after the interests of .clients. Doc Mackley, who recently Jiold his fine farm a short distance cast of this city, will move into Mrs. E. E. Suth erland's residence, on "A" street, on April 1st. ;Dr. B. J. Robinson, who was seri ously sick last week, is now praeitc ally recovered, though an operation will perhaps lie necessary wnen ce re gains sufficient strength. Four of the advanced students in the TeleeraDh Dent, of the Chillicothe Business College were summoned to Omaha last week and given positions ..on the Union Pacific R. K. The County Court met Monday in -regular 'monthly session and are etill .busy with the county's busins;. The limes will publish tne lull proceed lings of the Court next week. t John G. and W J. Lnyne, two of El vins' most worthv citizens, have been 'interested spectators in th3 Circuit Court this week. They made The Times office an approbated call Mon day. County Collector Brewer too:: char ge of that office last Saturday, and he and his efficient deputy, W. L. Hoff man, can always be found in that office feady to efficiently serve all having business there. Rev. Chas. E. Da via spent several years in Borneon as a missionary. He will present some of his experiences at the M. E. Church Saturday and 'Sunday evenings at 7:30, with tho help cf the lantern slides. Paul Alexander, one of the first col ored boys of the county to enter the urmv and who saw twelve months ser- vice over-seaw, wnose name is in doh- . . t no ierre, was a vreuor m tnumus ton the first of the week. Circuit Court adjourned Wednesday afternoon for the present term and Jodgo Huck left for Ms home in Ste. Genevieve. There will be a special term Monday, with a special judge, for the hearing of a divorce cs?.j Judge J. S. Gossom, of Cafutbflra-;' ville, visited in Farmington the last of the week, where he formerly resided and where he still has many friends. He left Sunday for St. Louis to vis it his brother before return inj nome. G. B. Snider, Deputy Revenue Col lector, will return to. Farmiagtun next Wednesday, March 12th, and remain tho rest of the week for the purpose of assissting" all desiring his help in making out their income tax returns. He will be found in tho,. Recoi dor's office. . i..- t ''' V''-' - '-' . The Desloge Sun of last wek an nounced the revision of that paper to its former owner, owing to the fail ure of Editor Woodruff, who re cently was supposed to have bought that property,; failing to handle the r hira. - The name of John E. Hough is the fim t.n nnne.ir In The Times noun- cement column, v Mr. Hough's aarae appears as a candidate for t.e office of Marshal, which position he has fill ed in a -very satisfactory, manner f or the past several months, i He i well known not only ,inhisi community, but throughout the jaunty, 'liaving bson a resident and taxpayer of ram-' togto practically all hi life Missouri University last Thursday wired the Chillicothe Business College for a private secretary to the Director Other C. B. C. students are employed in this and other offices at the Univer sity. . . The 6-months-old child of Mr and Vr-.. An1. 1 ii .... I -I Tuesday morning, at their home on "A" and College Streets. The fun eral services wero conducted "Wednes day afternoon at the Battist ' church and interment was in the K.. of P. cemetery. '. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mayberry accom- ter, Mrs. Geor, to Bismarck Monday nftflMWATi whni-A fViotj trtrtlf Via Klin shino Special for Houston, Tefcas, Mr. ana Mrs. mayoei'ry romamei wnn friends until Tuesday morning', when they returned home. Rev. J. P. McDonald wag :n Mississ- accepted a call to preach in the Char leston circuit. His work will be in the M. E. Church, South, at Anders n and Wyatt, and ho expect s to Dag in his tafviilni- -arnr-V tl.nfrt . . novf. KllJldaV. where his family will join hinr. soos as school is out. Telephone calls to Bethel's Cash Meat Market, No. 239, are always giv- vice .that a personal call receives. wnon you neca anytning in meata, fish, oysters, vegetables, staple and fnnnv ornpniMps. pti viva US a call and you will be pleased with the prompt and satisfactory service you will receive. . ' If you desire a thoroughbred Po land China hog, cither to start or to n.ninun n iaA If nil taKmilfl Tlftf. fail to attend the salo to be held at fha Cloverdale Stock Farm, at uran, mo., next Monday. There can 'be found only the highest grade registered stock. See announcement on the first page of this issue of The Times. A A nlavm cmiinrfod -at 11(lVlock Monday morning, caused Dy a small . . . ... t. , t i. t...:t:. Diaze in xne r armors oaun. uuuuuis. TTifii-o woe nnnaiilnrahp.l SUrrvinit about, but very little damage was done. Plumbers were at work in the building, preparing office rooms for Tl. Woflrina nn Vtn HPfHTlH fll.fll. and in the basement, burning a small hole in some manner a (maze was aianeu in the lower floor. Len Richardson, of Route 1, out of tfluina en Hurl MiinHnv and had his name enrolled as a Times reader for the ensuing year.. Mr. iucnarason contemplates changing his residence ,r. K.,f Una Tint- wt rfnfinitelv de- AVUllf " ' .ww J - - cided where his new home will be. It is possible that he may move into hone he. will I continue to make St. Francois cdunty his home, .as he is just the kind of citizen . whoso dejarturo wouli be a 1 positive lo3s to the county. Read the announcement of tha Spe cial Sale Day which appears on the fourth pagb of this issue. This sale will be held in Farmington on Satur day, March 15th, being for thj spe- ' :nl Wa-uvflt nf all whn HpsirA to Hell anything. This service is extended M 1 ll -J 4V tho Vnpfil of the public in general.;. or ins miTia.ion , ui wu0 uj. . .. - . - " r (1 T T , . , it js ilue "Uncie narve" iiisniey, wu has donated consiaeracie tune io taiR- motfai. tin nmnnc- t.ha b'lfiineSS llf um uuiwv " f --. men and soliciting funds to p-ty the necessary expenses. This weektho name of J. F. Hicks appears in Tho Times, announcement column jts a candiate for tho office of City Marshal of Farmington. Mr. U1.1.. had haan n lPniHpnt of Farm- .LltnO 1.O0 -" ington and vicinity for many years. and is wall Known io our jreupir. i .. some tune pasi ne nan uoon i--u'i . .; nnA in thnrnuchlv famil iar and fuliy qualified to render effi ient service as City Marsha. He is making his race on efficiency in office, and promises to give the people the nest possiDie serviuc bhuuiu w l-t.pd for that ulace. Mrs. E. E. Sutherland and sister, Mrs. Jennie Ueer, ot wesiDoro, ju., who ha3 teen visiting her, left Tues- 1 fn- rlAIIDMn TPY.'IM. where Mrs. Sutherland will enter the Baptist Sanitarium lor treaimen.. ti u--v.n- r.,. V. R TCpnnBr. la .& member of the surgical staff of that insitituion, ana naa msis.eu u uk ..Aw.!nw riPrA or trpntment. as her health has been failing somewhat of late, Mr3. lieer will go irom noumuu to Mineral Wells, after a brief visit, where she also hopes to receive healtn benefit irom tnose ceieorateu wnwna. Sundy Liolios is having extensive A nHHitions made to his busiiiBsa place, on the south side of tho .square, and when the improve- s.rt-na crn nnmnlnfii ho Will llBVA a uwu.v mw ,.ik-r -i- has taken out an oia pamtion, mruw ing (both rooms into one, which gives ma ennm frti thtt nrnmodation of customers, as well as adding to the oenerai attractiveness. inujnua nfmi.Hrn t.hp lervincr cf soft drinks and oil kinds of re freshments, and it is lor tne purpose cf carrying out his plans in adding a lenity -- -" ing of refreshments that much of thg added space win oe used. DRY-CLEANING Your last year's Suit made like new. " 's Gierse's Dyeing & Cleaning Works, Phone 302 ; Return postage prepaid. M. P. Griffin, one of our most en terprising young farmers, on Satur day received an appretiated war sou venir from his -. brother-in-law,Pvt. Jno. A. Murphy a member of Co. C, 110th Engineers, who left for the bat tie front in France last April, snd who is now in Germany. : The souvenir is a three-inch shell, its dimensions being 3 inches in, diameter and 14 in ches in length...'- Albert is hot partic ularly addicted to letter writing, and when he does occosionaily write home folks,, he appears to carefully avoid any reference to his 'personal exper iences. It is knowty however, that he Was for months in the thick ,, of the fighting, his company being A r art, of the famous 35th Division, which saw suehA strenous service. His family tiopes te have him with them yoon, at it is ApertMithat'the 35th U schedul ed to aetisn uxt month. Announcements The Times is authorized to make the following announcements: For Superintendent of Public Schools of St. Francois County: ' J. CLYDE AKERS. of Farmington. - W. E. BENNICK' , of Flat River. , For City Marshal: JOHN E. HOUGH. J. F. HICKS ELVINS . Misses Grace Wolfa and Verna Lov- vorn were Flat River visitors Sunt! ur.y. . ... Miss Ida f ingers visited in f lat River Sunday. Wm. Howard visited home folks in Cope Girardeau Saturday and Sun day. Jess rropst is on tne sick lift tnis Mr. anil Mis. F. Watkins t Flat River wero visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wise Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crabtre- and children spent Sunday at Canti-ell as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. wm. Kat ley. . " Miss Alice Shenels spent Sunday with Miss Edith Calkins. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hulr-ey spent Sun day with Mrs. Hulsey's daughter, Mrs. Chas. Williams. Hr. and Mrs. Wm. Wadlow and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilkson spent Sunday In Flat River. Henry Edmond visited relatives here Sundny. John Carr and Harold Harsthorn spent Sunday afternoon in Bonnes Ter re. Mrs. Jake Ritter is visiting friends and relatives here this wee. Miss Izella Wilkercon, Josephine Kinney and Louise Largo spen: Sun day with Lula HulEey. Mrs. L. Eaton is on the sick list this week. , There is a meeting at the Christian church this week, held by Rev. E. A. Earton and Rev. W. Dalton. C. C. Crahtree and Mr. Wm. Ratley motored to Bismarck Sunday after- unnn Misses Thelma Crabtreo and Ada Ratley visited Miss Frcdia Byington of Cantwell Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jako Ritter was the guest of Mrs. Maude Sharn Sunday. Otis Dix spent Saturday evening in Bonne Terre. -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brady, March 6, a son. Dr. Perkins spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarah O'Herron. Dr. Perkins was a physician a few years ago. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Honder son, a son. Mrs. Anna Ketchuna of St. Louis is visiting her brother, C.l L. Large, this wook. ' Mrs. George Wells is on the sick list this week. . - ' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilkson and son spent Saturday ot tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lupkey. Mrs. Jake Ritter of Leadwood is visiting her mother and cistot here this week. Mrs. John Maurer of Knob Lick spent the past week with relatives hero. Mrs. J. Williams spent Saturday and -Sunday with Mrs. D. Window. Mrs. Wm. Wiggins has moved to Doe Run this week. Mrs. Wm. Wadlow and daughter, Thelma, spent Saturday in Flat River. Mrs. D. Winsloy has been on the sick list this week. Mrs. Floyd Bollinger and little daughter, Alma, spent Sunday with .Mrsi Joe Bollinger. A tacky party was given at the homo of Miss HeUrna Ratty Tuesday right Those present were: Ruth Conner. Gertie demons, Lenora Pa- pin, SibylLinville, Violet Hampton, Urace butneriann, iiana uonraa. iNeine Linville, Lavine Hampton, Lily Woods, Violet Byors, Ira Lindeman and Delor is Sehuler. Lavina Hampton was awarded the prize for having tho tack iest costume. Lester Melvin Halbrook died at the home of his father Mr. Riley Halbrook Feb. 27. Ho was eighteen years, 1 n.onth and 11 days of age. lie was horn July 27, 1900 at Lcttington. Mo. He was married to Miss Thelma Lon don of St. Louis. To movrn his death he leaves a wife and baby, fa ther find mother and three sisters, Mrs. Birdie Maxson and Mrs. Lizzie Cray of Elvins and Mrs. Nini Carr, of Washington and two brothers. Ot to and Howard of Elvins.. Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church .Feb. 28, 1919. The remains were taken to Desloge' for burial. A surprise party was given by Miss Genevieve and Verna Lovvoni Mon day night, In honor of Jess Loworn, who has just returned from France. Al present report a plcasnat time. Saturday, Mrs. S; ' 4i: Millinery up Misses Myrtle Scherk, Helen Pat- e.-son and Autyme Umflcot wero Flat Hiver visitors luesday. t j .. .... v SUGAR GROVE Wo are glad to report that J. D. Riotr who has been sick with pneu monia is improving fast., t Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Martin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. John Cos set.' : '; v ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horton nnd Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Bannon attended church in Farmington Sunday, Miss Bessie Stevenson visitcl Mrs. E. G; Williams Tuesday. Miss Anna Neidert of St. Louis is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Nciderfthis week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zolman M sited Mr, nnd Mrs. B. E. Zolman Sunday. Mrs. Harry woltkemper and daugh ter, Bernico, spent Tuesday with Mrs. X.. f . U'Unnnon. Marion Haynes of Electric Place sncnt Saturday nio-lit with his father. Howard Haynes. Mrs. Harry Noidert and daughter. Miss Anna, visited Mrs. Neideii'g sis ter. Mrs. John Schultz, of Rojte- 6, Tuesday. : Miss Edith Weiss of Doe Run is visiting her grand-mother, Mrs. Jno. Short, of this community. , Mrs. E. G. Williams sper. last Thursday with Mrs. R. C. Mar-;ifi. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Horton an.' son. Thomas, of Flat River, visited his fa ther, Thomas Horton, of this vicinity Sunday. Jesse nnd Marion Haynes visited at the home of J. H. Byington of Route 4 Sunday. Mrs. E. G. Williams spent Tuesday with her son, Eugene, of Farmington. Mrs. Henry Hawn is on t.ia sick list. . Mrs. Henry Neidert and daughter, Miss Ana, spent Wednesday af ter- non with Mrs. "Joe Schilling. Leigh and Mabel Hunt entertained a number of young people with a utchy puny weuiresuay iiihu 'i ROUTE 3 Mr. nnd Mrs. Amasio Vaugh and daughter, Violafi spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. El- lax Gordon. Judge E. S. Womack attended court t Ste. Genevieve last Monday. Allen Vaugh spent Sunday with friends at Doe Run. Noah Hommors spent Sunday with Elizah Evans. Don't forget tho pio supper and en tertainment at Oak Grove Friday night, March 7. Everybody is invit ted. . .. r Mr. atid Mrs. Bertha Jones of Mar shall are spending a few montiv. with tho latter's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Coffer of this route. Julia Gordon and Harry Gregory spent Sunday evening with M A. Counts of this route. Rev. ?W. E. Coffer attended church at Oak Grove near Fredericktow.i last Saturda and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Smith attended the funeral of their nieco, Mazelle, daughter 01 Uuess Smith near Loyal. Mrs. Antone Beiser spent Tuesday with Joel Hommors and family. Paul Vaugh spent Sunday with Hurl Hairier. . G. W Smith spent the first of the week with his son, Gus Smii, and family at Loyal. Acio Smith, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, died at his home Saturday at tho age or l'J years. Ho was laid to rest in the Smitn cem etery Sunday afternoon, Rev. Brent conducting tho services at the ceme tery. He leaves a father, mother, sev eral brothers and sisters and a host of friends to mourn his death. AVON Several from here attended church at River Aux Vases Sunday. A. p. Wade was a Ste. Genevieve caller tne first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gegg spent over Sunday night with the latter's par ents Mr. and Mrs. A.'W. Vogt. . Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rodgers were Karmington viBrtors on Monday. Mrs. Louis Rigdon and niece, Miss Emma Herman,- spent a few days re cently with the former's mother, Mrs. Susan Vogt, of Coffman. It is reported that Mrs. N. A. Mer till is some improved at this writing. Mrs. Thomas Allen and Mrs .Antone Beiser spent Monday with Mrs. A. C. Wade, who has been quite ill but is much improved at this writing. Little Miss Ida Evens was the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Valle of Coffman the. closing days of the week. A. W. Vogt and daughter, Tessa, spent the first of the week the guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. To ny Gegg of Coffman. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Bieser spent a day recently with the latter's uncle, Charles Bauer and family of Coffman. Don't forget " the sale at Lewis Smith's March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heberlie and en i nor March J 5th C. Watts WHOLESOME, SANITARY MEATS THE best place to get them is as Bethel's Market, where a large and complete display of choice cuts are always to be seen in a large Refrigerator Show; Case, where it is kept in the best possible condition, absolutely removed from dirt, dust.'flies and other contagion. We also handle Dressed Poultry, Fish, Staple and Fancy Groceries. If you cannot come in person, call Phone 239, and your order will be will be promptly delivered to you Bethel's Cash Meat Market little son, of Minnith spent the closing days of the week the guests of Mrs. Heberlie s father, J. V. nermna nnu family. Several from here attended the fu neral of Assa Smith, son o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith of near Wesley Chapel, at the Smith Cemetery on last Sunday. Mrs. Lee uounts ana ennuren ui Flat River are visiting the former's brother. Sidney Allen, and other rel atives at this place. ' Mr. and Mrs. James uix were me guests of relatives in Flat River the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rigdon of Far mington spent the first of thfl week the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rigdon. Those who spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rodgers were; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J, Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rodgers and Miss Fearl rezel- la . Mrs. E. M. Smith who has been vls ifinir her daughter. Mrs. Ira Boyd, of Coffman, departed for her nome at Leadington on Monday. Wm. Kennon of Routo 6, Farming ton is moving his family to the Counts farm, three miles east of Avon, until he erects a residence on his new farm which he has recently purchased. On Thursday of last week, Lewis Smith traded his farm mile west of Avon for a house and lot to Edd Mar shall of Synite. We understand that Mr. Smith is going to move to Synite and Mr. Marshall will move on to the farm at an early date. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES ' Christian Science Subieot: "Man-" Golden Text, Pinltni R'R Sunday morning at 11 a. m. in the Mews Duildmg. sunoay scnooi ar .io a. m. Te these services the public is cordially invited. M. E. Church . H. A. Mitchell, Pastor. Sunday School 9:30. Morning Worship 10:50. Epworth League 6430. Gospel Team 6:30. Eveninar Worship 7:30. Rev. Chas. E. Davis, a returned mission worker from Borneon will use stereoptican views in a lecture on Sat urday evening nt 7:30 and again Sun day evening. These are splendid views and will interest everybody. He will also present the "Great Centen ary" movement Sunday a. m. Lutheran Church H. Hallerberg, Pastor. First Sunday in Lent. Sunday School at 9:30 an , Morning service at 10:30. Sub ject of sermon: "Love's Sunender" Illustrated lecture in tho evening at 7:30. Subject: "Prophecy and Fulfilment." A hearty invitation is ext.mJed to all having no church1 home. Everything, each week $1.50 FOOD IN EUROPE , MMINf CONDITIONS E3 woo siaitrjia tmwm mmk I StftlOUS FOOD MWE ' E2) sufficient mwa nnsmi KIT FVTUK KtlOUt v,.4 ""L jyv ! LOCAL MARKET REPORT Prepared by MeAtee Produce Co., Who are Paying the Following Prices Today: Eggs, per dozen ;-, ;. ..-..32c HoriB, per pound',;......... 2i!c Spring Chickens, per lb 23c Cocks, per lb ...... .....14c Hen Turkeys, per n ,. 27e Tom .Turkeys, per lb- 25c Stags, per lb 18c Old Geese, per ft 15e Young Geese, per lb 15c Old Ducks, per R 25c Young Ducks, per lb 23c Muscovy Ducks, per lb 13c Guineas, each 15c Young guineas, per pound 25c Wool, per lb.. .....40c to 60c Veal Calves, per lb 5c to 10c Lard, r!i; lb..... ...,23c to 24c Hides, per lb 10 to 12c Bacon, per lb 20c to 25c Hams, per lb...... 25c to 30c Shoulders, per IV-....... . 17c to 20c Salt Bacon, per lb 20 to 25c Potatoes, per bushel $1 to $1.20 Sweet Potatoes, per buN$2.00 to $2.50 Turnips, per bin .25c Cabbage, per lb lc to 2o Walnuts, per bu. ...,.S5c Onions, per bu 75c to $1.00 Apples, per bu. $1.50 to $2.00 Cream, per lb ..46c Good Butter, per lb 40c Packing butted1, per lb 25c Scaley-bark Hickory Nuts, small $1.6 to $2.0 Scaley-bark Hickory Nuts, large $t to $1.50 Copper, per pound :. hi Brass, per pound' 5c Lead, per lb 2c to 4c Zinc, per lb.,.. 2c Tinfoil, per lb 25o Aluminum, per lb..., 14o T? itVihnr rwnp th O,. 4-A ... Bones, per 10 ttB -.25e Feathers, per lb s.25c to 60c Tallow, per lb .9c to 12c Beeswax, per lb 30c to 35e Aute Casing, per lb 2e Rags, per 100 lbs $1.00 Iron, pel It) , ..20c Inner Tubes, per lb 3c to 4e Forgot What He Needed. 1 From the Republican, Mt Giliad, Ohio: "The editor had an interesting experience some . time ago when a young geniieman came to this ollico and a3ked for a copy of the Morrow County Republican. He scrutinized it carefully when a copy was handed him, nnd then said: "Now I know!" "What is it you are looking for," we inquired. "My wifo sent roe after a bottle of Chamberlain'B Cough Rem edy, and I forgot tho name. I went to several stores and the clerks named over everything in the lino on the shelf cxcept'Chamborloifl'a'. I'll try acain, and I'll never go home without Cham berlain's Cough Remedy." The Re publican would suggest to the propri etors of stores, that they post 'their clerks, and never let them substitute. Customers lose faith in stores whore substituting is permitted, to say no thing of tho injustice to makers of good goods and the disappointment of customers. Obtainable every whdt-e. -