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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARGH S.
The Mask of
Mme. Yale nij s the outward semblanra
i but a mask. It covers the most sub
lime beauty that the human mind can
lime. Yale's remedies are the CTeatet
bequest that rcienee could possibly be
stow upon the human race. Their
scientific action has awakened In the
human heart the keynote of civiliza
tion. Beauti Is the inspiration or
genius, the inccntho of love.
YALE BEAUTY PRICES.
Mme. Tale's skin Food iraoiu wrirk!e ji m
m.K. two size. Our cut prices, ! lis and
Mme. Yale' Ccair.!eil-n Ciesm rrake. .,.,
Wtonoett. rr JJr."oaurIeurr.c1.U
Jlme. Yal ...:.. r,i- .. .
cut price. J1.M1 FfT O0-''e. Oar
corn."' K. JS S"?. P-rmanently .on
cess on. ;"-;" "".'J"- ' so-e-
MBW-.ii,e i,Sl.,"- cnlc for cuita ..
TJ t .i",n"- rcoilns ton anJ vitai-i&J0.i1,",,"-
P bottle, our cut
Price. 75 centa.
All of Mme. Yale's other Preparations
at equally low prices.
a. 1. Cor. 611) and Washington Are.
of his sister. Mrs. G. W.
Trimble, for a few
wji U113 KK.
nini!?ihS.ura- Mathews entertained ilondav een-
? ,?,Me rrT!tnt wre: ilr. and mVs E ,.'
!FL? P& MlsS'rderStii
ihMT04?,'. Mr,. nnle Mathews. Mrs. U H
1 Spabldl"?. E1,M,'-,n EPauWIntr and Mrs. s.
Mrp Moore and Mrs. St. flair ont.Heiin. i
friends m the Christian College paW'TesSS
venlna-. with a German "Lled-rabend." Thi
bV"Mi.tT.?mnV. of the "! rendered
"T,Mlss Clara Heuer and Miss Carr-lm Kerr
1,n1DhW,?" Alra.ttlf explanations a?d reVdl
log of the German text were tery Interestlns .
Marrtajl110" Bamctt the ku' of Wends at
MIsh Flora. Dustln of Summer IfllL 111
ited friends here this week. "B
anaIfrGfclrEe Estes" Jr" ot Vera visited Loulsi
ecfITy Maiipln of St. Joseph is visiting his par
Mrs. N". C. Hardin Is vlsltlns ber aister Mra
F. L. Grlsard. at Hannibal. ' Ju"'
Miss Delia Bernard of Bowline Green Is visit
ing her sister. Mrs J. T. Tru-.
.J11' flunle White of llocheport, who visited
friends here, haa returned heme.
T. T. Wells and A. Sparks departed for a short
visit In Canada.
aire. B. .F. ratton of Roodhotiso. Ilk, Is visit
dr. 3. F. Steohenson Is hnmtt rmm en
iutu ..all. 11. i.viunuw
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coulter of Hannibal are the
guesta of friends.
MIsb Emma IUce of Hannibal visited relatives
Mrs. A. M. McGee entertalnsd Wednesday aft
ernoon. Mrs. TV. W. Howard of Hannibal Is the guet
Mrs. L. A. Grlbble and children are vlsitlns
ber parents at Columbia, -un,
Miss Irma Smith and Marie needs tislted at
Mrs. J. D Gross of Clayton, lib. Is vlsitlnc her
elaughter. Mrs. Frank Boehm.
Mrs. Sam Sparrow tislted her parents, Mr and
Mrs. J. H Kesslnger. at Clarksvllle.
Mrs. C. M. Davis entertained Thursday after
noon. Mrs. J. P. Lynott. Jr.. Is home from an en
joyable visit at Jefferson Cltj-.
Mrs. Louise Arnold Is vlsltine friends at
Mrs J. H. Gamble Is home from a fortnight's
visit In St. Louis.
Miss Bertha Waggoner is tlaitlng in St. LruH.
Mlsa Marie Reeds of St. Louis is ttslUne her
srranclniotber. Mrs. H. ltichmond.
Mrs. Orson Ealls of New York Is the euest cf
hsr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Estes
3. C. Truby of St. Louis was the guest of his
brother. J. w. Truhy.
Mr.' and Mrs. Julius Foward cf St. Louis have
returned borne after vlsltine here.
Mrs. C. E. Mackey of East St, LouLs is the
ruest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. White.
Mrs. J. H. Bright of St. Louis tislted her
mother. Mrs. W N. Tlnslej-.
Mrs. C H. Robertson of St, Louis vi'Ited her
brother, Charles J. Chapman.
Judge J. W. McIIroy and wife are visiting their
daughter. Mrs. F. J. Dawson, at St. Joseph.
Mrs. Frank YVhiSen. who visited here, has re
turned to her home at Joplin.
Mrs. R. B. Sanderson and Mrs. George Lee of
Bowllnr Green visited F. C. Haley and family.
Mrs. James Wilson of Clayton, IIL, vlsted her
sister. Mrs. Frank Uortim.
WHHam Johnson of Gainesville, Tex., and Miss
Nannie Scholl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ltcur
EU Scholl. were married Wednesday at the home
of the bride, the Reterend J. P. Meyer officiat
ing. The ladles of Calvary Episcopal Church mt at
the boms of Mrs. H. X. Williams Fridav eten
Ing and organized the Cattary Guild. Mrs II.
A. Long was elected president. Mrs. H. X. Wil
liams secretary and the Reterend A. Fomfret
treasurer. An Executlte Committe was ap
pointed, consisting of Mr. Carter Miner, Mr?.
J, O. Stark. Mrs. J. K. Gray. Mrs. R. 11. Haw
kins and Mrs. Harry Knight.
The social enent of the week was the Elks
EMBROIDERED SHIRT WAISTS
Hare reached the 7enith of popularity. We will
send Perforated Tattern of this beautiful Grape
DMlfn. ooatnald. for 35 els.: or. we wilt Rend white
shirt waist linen.ttamppd with this er an? of our
Urge assortment of designs for that rurpoie, ex.
pressags prepaid, for C2.2U.
Oar Ute supplementary catalogue contains arast
assortment-! select uptothe-Lour designs for
ariouabraniet of Art Needlework, Including 31
irrf) deslfns for Mi trt U aiets. and a grsat i arjety
for Monntmelllck Embroidery, with prices olFer- ,
foratea Patterns stamped and unstampedan xa- i
JU .Mrl eilnar Fattifw Unrb StinnltM. ThlS CI
? rr" i:"rjnw TCn?Tr'.MnTM.ir. i
THE M. J. CUNNING CO.
6B9'EL3Lcm Street, - Cincinnati, Ohio
kAk "000 000' jLCr
''ivSY) 000 000 so
tvj 5? oo9.
minstrel show at Parks Theater Thursday even
ing Mess-s. C Uuell. A. A. Wehrman, Kv F..
Ckunptx.il. B. S. Carrick. J. I'. Lj-nott. Jr.. and S.
ltaer vwre end men. A Urge and fusnlonable an.
diencc was ireM-nt
Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Smith visited XTiends iu
&t Lou s the first cf the week.
Mis' lou Parks of Sallsburj Is the guest of
Mr and Mrs ltoscoe Ledford.
?an McDonald of Peru, lnd.. spent Sunday
with his parents. Mr and Mrs. P. McDonald.
Mrs Nel'le O. Burger of Clark, national or
ganizer and lecturer cf the W. C T. U spoke
f-nterlatnlr.cly to that 3;:a:y sir- their friend
Monday atternc-nn Wl.. , the city -he aa
Hie gues cf Mr". L. W McKInney and Mrs. C.
11. Ciapi Mr D Patterson, editor and pro
filer r of the Brunswick Hmnsn lcker. visited
f.lends la this cltj the first of the week.
Mr anJ Mrs K.iv Harlan are visiting Mr. and
Mr. HartlB Miller cf Decatur. 111.
rector M Besweil Is spending a week In St.
Mr John ManJln has Just returned from a
vacation t-pent in the Southern States. He re
turned bj way f Hot Springs. Ark.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Bennett of lluntsville
visited M il-erlr relatives Monday.
Mr and Mi" J Ballej o Colorado, who hale
len guests vt frleiids in this cltj. the last few
dajs. departed Monday for Mi-rgeon. and after
lendlU a hort time with relatles there will
retu-n to Colorado
Major W. 1" tie and Mri Cae. who hate
been sojouminc a few weeks in Florida and
lulslann hae arriied at I orrtc.
Mr Kusell B"vler of Keokuk, la . Isited MIs
G. nrudo McCall Sjr.ila and Monday.
Mrs M U Carter is the Ruest of Kansas Cltj
friends, wh-re she will remain during the weeK
Mr and Mr" Charles YounK of Kehra-ka are
spending a iew dajs with Moberiv relatives
AMIuam I'crslej of Uart tt. Louis is isltlnr
Mob. rly friends. ,
Mrs Margin Itowland and sen hate returned
ftvin a Mslt in Moulten. la.
Monday mnlnu Mrs Pol Stetens entertained
a' 6 o'clock dinner Those present were: sir
and Mrs . D Scamoton. MI"s Milbank cf Cnll
lleothe. Ml-s . Miss IMlfh Stewart and Mr. and
Mrs. Oeni).-e 11. Itobinon
Miss Mjrtle Xeale Is tisltir.c Isaac itone of
Miss Mirle Duffv of Mentcomery City Is the
cuesi of E O Crple and family .., , ,
Mrs. . dims of .-t. Lruls and Mli Minnie Mc
Call are vMtlnir the latter s mother. Mr". J. A.
llMrs"c. Smith of ralmvri Is the Kuert of her
dauchter. Mrs. 3 W WlrtUr. ,i.i,i,
Mrs F A eater of Itloomincton 111.. Is tlsltlnff
her dauchter. Mrs. yillUm McCurry
MI'S Hicks cf ITOtldence. 11. 1 . is being en
teSilnr" bt h.r cousin. Mrs. Tufts, of South
SH"s 5l.ott."e Itirfiardson has returned from a
-.1st with her parents. Mr and Mrs Georej
KlehardsS, of Glascow. and a few days spent
Wltn ivansas ud . .k.- nr
Mrs I 1 Guile entertftlnM the members or
the Woman's llellrf Corps Thursday
Mrs John Hamilton of Huntstllla visited la
Miss Maude smith Is at home a(nln. w"r a
pleasant tlslt with her friend. MLss Cara Combs.
0flulSi"A1nnl and Zeu Stiles tspect to depirt
March :t for ls Ar-pcles. Cal. ttture they will
reside In the future
Mrs Jack Ouatle and little son are quests cf
11m Charles Ouatle of South Fourth tr-cu Eue
will return in a few days to h- home iu Osla-
Th Younc Fecplc's Christian Kndavor s de
fies of the TOrtt-us churches held union ser ite.s
at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday etenmir The ll.y
ernd J A Smith delivered an addr.ts to the
younir rs-rsens. ...
The Cecilian Club sate an Informal dance at
Its clubrnoms Tue-dav etenint which aaspeat
Iv raiojpd by all who attended The Members
of the club are arrancinft for a dance.
Mi tella Paul departed Tuesday for Friip
land. lnd.. to spend seteral weeks tlslt. ns
friends and relatives
Mrs A J. Edwards of Columbia la the cuest cf
friends in this city.
The Athletic Club Is makinc orcparat.e.ns for a
ball to 1! held at Its ball on St. ratrick'a Day.
Mr Isa lrftT departed Thursday etenlnic for
Wwt Baden Springs, lnd.
Mrs. S. X Stranby of W"svll' Is tl'itir.e
retatites In this city, and trill remiln for s-t-cral
Miss Arjile Will of Caldwell Cour.ty Is the nuest
of htT friend and former schoolmate. Mrs. A. J.
Captain Adam Gltens has returned from a ro
Joum of several weeks at Hot Sprlnc". Ark.
Mr Claude Itoberts and Ml"s T.lllisn Podsjn of
cilro were united in marriage at 3 'cock
V"ednes.lay afternoon at the horn of Elder .1 A.
Herry of the Christian Church.
Miss Shoetman of Mexico Is the cuest of llo
Mr. J. Buchanan of Butte City. Mont.. Is
rpendlnc several weeks with his si3ters. Mrs.
Annie Firth and Mrs. Mary Boyd.
IocaI n.uIc lowers enjojed a treat Monday
eeninc tn the piano and song- rrcltal by Mr.
William H. Sherwood, pianist, and Miss Mabel
Gene. a SJiarr. soprano
A KaiTee klatch took place Monday afternoon
by Mr. W. A. McLean The arte moon was
spent In an Informal social way. ending with
the serving of refrehment
The Via Chrlstl SUi y Class met Monday after
noon at the home of the class president. Mr.
V. T Lindsay The following pnnammo wan
carried out "Ooemo. Indira Flust" Mrs.
SanfoM; "Grecory f Tours," Mrs. Talor; "Ban
Usm of Kthrlbert. Mla Kane; "The Evangeli
zation of France," 7Tls 'White; "AugTinin of
I'anterburv." Mrs. Miller: "Columbanui." Mrs.
Hoberts; "First Pton Churches In England."
Mr, llartram; "Edwin of Xorthumbrla," Mrs.
Comerse; "lansrellzatlon of England In tie
Seventh Century." MIs Lawon; "Caeilmon,"
Miss Van Deren; "Adamnam." Mrs. Grlfdth:
"nede." Mr? Hay; "DestructtCTi of the Sacred
Oak cf Thor." Mr. SIkes; "Tran!atlon of Scrip
ture Into Amrlo-Hixon," ins Coleman.
One of the unloue afTaire of tlie week was a
"swapping partv. elven Monday eenlng at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. C O Jones for members
cf the Literary Tlesercher and eome of their
friend. Each puest carried with her to the par
ty a packacL containing some discarded article
cf wearlRff apparel which was "swapped" for a
package brouM by another. After numerous
exchanges haa been rrade each Eucst opened her
package airordlnr much amusement by Us dis
play. Assisting Mrs. Jones In recet. ins were
Mmes. George Crocker. 'W. B. Gros'enor. J. E.
Lvnn, E. IV. Saunders and J. R. Nal.
Good Will District Court. No. TO. Court of Hon
or, cava Us sixth annual "hard times" dance
Monday evening In Fraternal Army Hall. The
attendance was large and many grotesque cos
tumes were worn. A programme of eighteen
dances was enjoyed. The committee in charge
Included Messre .. G. lledden. TVUllam J. Cor
dler, Jame "Wallace. Mmcs. Belle lledden and
M1js Eleanor Ambs entertained a party of
friends at her jto3 Monday eening Games
anl iruslc formed the dlxerslons of the een
lnr. The hostess was awlsted In receiinir bv
her cousin. Mies Catherine Land'nberger, and
the Misses Bele Lathrop and Eva Dujegins.
A union meeting of the Christian Endeavor so
cieties of Sprimrtield was held Tue4iy eentng
In the First Christian Church. The feature of the
fusion niu an address by O. . Stewart, tre
pole I'rohlbltlon member of the General As?m
bly. Mr. fctew art talked along Christian -n-deavor
lines, and at the cloe of his remarks
Miss Lucy Page Gaston of Chicago, who Is In
the city in the interest of antlclgaxette legisla
tion, spoke upon her work In thN and other re
forms. Attention waa called to the International
Endeavor meetlrg to bo held In Denver. Colo..
July 9-13 and th fact was brought out that
many SprlnRfleld Endeavorers will attend.
The Sundav-chool class of Grace Lutheran
Church, which Is taught by Miss Anna Jannnen
gae a concert Tuesday evening for the benefit
of tho frfscolne and recarpetlne fund of the
church, TTie following programme wa ren
dered: Felectlon. Olitctte Orchestra; recitation,
MIks Grace Stock: vor-al solo. Mis Anna Ihlen
feldt; recitation. Eelyn Stith; ocal nolo. Miss
Cecil Boone recitation. Miss Agnes Dtrksen;
piano rlo. Mls Marguerite Itorer: recitation,
Nannie Ludwic, ocal solo, the Iteerend J. M.
Franc! recitation. Miss Nellie Jannsen; rtlano
solo. Mlfs Lola Hein: recitation. MI Tansv
Crarton. piano solo. Miss Lillian O'Hara vocal
snlo, Ora Mar Vorley: recltatlcn. Miss McDan
iel: ncal nolo, MIs Pauline Brc; recitation.
Ml Daisy (afton; duet, the Mioses Relflerr
recitation. Misw Flossie Jfss; vocal rolo. Miss
Clara Rolling; vocal solo. Mi-. Margufrlte Hahn
lntrurrentai duet, the Ml;e Harcion ocai
solo. Miss Mueller; selection. Olivette Orchestra.
A "familv reunion" was held Tuesday evening
by tho Ppringfkld mall carriers and their fami
ne"?. Seveaty-fHe persons ere present and
sr-nt the ecning plain? games.
PrcgreU o euchre formed the diversion at a
party given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. f E.
Sell Mr.. P-urKe Vancll was awarded the ftr.t
rrize. Second rrize was captured by irrs Wil
liam Starne and third prize by Mrs. N. U.
Strickland. Refreshments were served after the
Social Euchre Club members were entertained
Ttfcdav afternoon nt th home of Mrs. Thomis
F. Reilly. First prize for successful play was
awarded to Mrs. John Hughes, second prize to
Mrs J. II. Hurst and lone-hard prize to Mrs.
II. S. Sexauer. Tho booby prize was given to
Mr. Saner. It was found In the course of the
afternoon that the occasion was the blrthda an
niversary of Mrs. Reilly and a surprise party
wax planned for the evening. At 8 o'cIock the
members of the club, accompanied by their hus
bands, gathered at the home and enjoyed another
game cf progressive euchre. The prizes were
distributed as follows: I lrt, J T. Huirhe.: sec
ond. Mrs. Carl Jones; third. Mrs. J. N. Hurst.
After the game the guests presented the host
ess with a salad dl.h. Next week the club will
meet with Mrs, Saner.
Member of the Every TVedneday Club en
joyed a morning discussing the famous woman
ralnter. Roa IJonheur, at the home of Mrs.
George N. Black. Mis. Real, the essayist, read
before the club a leUer Just received from Mrs.
Matthews of SprlngtVld. who is making an ex
tensive tour of Europe, telllnz of the writer's
islt to the chateau In which Roa. Bonheur re
sided at the time of her death. Mrs Black told
of having tret the famous painter. A discussion
of Louis Napoleon and the perond empire tnd nf
Empre.ss Josenhlne was conducted toy Mrs P
P. Wheeler. The meeting of the club next week
will be at tho home of Mrs J. T. Jones and will
be In the form of a muslcale
A continuation of the study of the Lou I Ian.
Purchase and kindred subjects was conducted
by the Illini Club at a meeting held Wednesday
evening with Mls May Ayer. The foP.owing
programme was discussed: "The Expedition of
Zebulcn Pike." Mrs I G. Miller; reading, "The
River of Lost Souls." Mls CJara Helmle; "Wil
kinson and His Political Career." Miss May
Ayer: book review, "The King of Honey Island."
M"". L Roy Bacchus.
The weekly receptions at the executive man
sion Wednesdav afternoon and evening were
arcelv attended. Mrs. Yates entertained at the
mansion lat week a house party. Including Mla
Grace McKlnley. a neice of the late President
McKlnler: Mrs Fabyan. Warden and Mrs. Mur
phy of the Joliet Penitentiary: the Reverend Mr
Thornton, chaplain of the Penitentiary: Mrs
Catherine Yates mother of the Governor, and
Miss Jackson. The ladies of the party assisted
la the' evening function. In the evening the
Reverend Mr Thornton recited some of his pris
on experience:, a piano recital waa given by
Mrs. M. Berdan Tiffany and several vocal selections-
were rendered by Miss Madlne Terryman
The wedding of Jar McCoy and Miss Alice
Keves, daurhter of Master-in-Chanery Charles
A. Keyes, wa solemnized at noon Wednesday at
the honw of the bride's parents. The Reverend
V. F. Howe, paster of the First M. E. Church,
officiated. In the presence of a select assem
htaae, of relatives and lntimat frini f
couple. Mla Nina McCov pl.ved the wedding
circh. Little Miss Henrietta RobInwn officiate.!
a, flower sir! and Master L-.nedon Roblnon a
-snn Kratssp rfls UnKMt O-wi . . .
Li"r."'"'iw.""i?v. .""uin7 . rnw
maid and Mrs. Edward McCoy, brother of tho
liridejrroom. was best man.
Misses K a andmy TVheeler.entertslaed st
cards Tuedav evenlne. Prnsrerstre euprcwas
rlayed. the prizewinners belni; Mls-es Mne and
Maud Datls and Miss Kewbcrcer: Messrs. Buck-
lc, Stuart ami I.xrkr.dse
Th semlmontlilv Lin?., nf tin Mnniuette Club
tvaa sit en Weilm's.lay eteniiu; In Fero's Academy
Miss KlizaUth Whetlrlkiit entertained a party
of friends Tueeday etemntr on the occasion of
her ehrhteenlh birthday annlv. rsao. The iruests
Included Mr. and Mrs. ludfonl. Georirt .heel
rikht. I.UIU Kelll-cn. Mr". Wolff. I'aut lUtlph,
Lena and Elizaheth Wolff. i:ilia Wheelncnt.
Asnes liltehle Messrs. Thomas and Charles Tay
lor. Thomas WhcelrlKht. otto Ihlenfeld; ani
William Taj lor.
At the meetlnc of the Good Samaritan Cli'e
of Kind's DAUshters. held TLeislaj- afternoon, tho
follow lnir officers wele elected: Fresi lent. Mrs.
Ada Ahlev? ' lc nr:i.lenr r.Irs Irtln .Iohn-cn.
tcntarr. Mr J w Patterson treaurr, Mrs. 1
K H. JefTerj . musical director. Mis T 1' Stac !
The Ml"s Anstll eat'natn4 a number of th-lr I
friends Tuesdaj eteninp
The Auto Club cat. a dance Thursday eteniur: .
Mrs. ivtr Mjrs enterulnM the Jt lit TTtlte I
Euchre Club nt ht-r hcne Thur" lat aftrnoon I
The Contersatlonnl Ciub was entertalneti Thurs- J
tlav afternoon lv .tns jocle No-ltne.
prCTrraniim' wl- siten and Miss rtellle Grant xate
Mil' nn "ItnllnM riimin-rt '
Entre Xous Club members were quests cf Mrs
H. K. Weber Friday afternoon. Prcsresslte
euchre was iJajed.
"Loncfellow" was the "Utjrs-t of la-t week's
meetlnc of the uterarv Kesearehcrs lieid with
Mrs. Man Plttman Miller
Mr IX W Clifford cf Pawree a former rsl
dent of Springfield. rnterta!nsl ihii Eureka Club
Friiny afternoon at the home cf Mrs. Allen Enos
Thi- Fridav Nicht KUthp- Club met this ttiek
with Mr. arul Mrs Ilouard Kesbrp-i.
The phllanthrcpic dtinrtment was in charge of
the meeting cf the SprinHeld Woman 3 club,
held Saturday afternoon.
Colonfl and Mrs A M Ghos: and Mrs Gen
tlete Ghost ilepaxtel cttunl.iy for lenter
On 1Vslne"aay of this wsk a recital is to be
Sit en at th opera-lwue undtr the dlrectlrn of
IIss Clara Tuxhorti ijomc of the bit muslrim
In the city will take iart. and then aie to be
three tiolin numbers bt Slsncr G. l'arlsi of St.
Miss Franoes G. llichards returned on Tucsdav
evenlnc from Xew Orlearu. where she attended
the Mardi Gras festltltles as a (.-uest of Miss
Mr". Marc Kerdall Is a ffufst of her son. O.
T Kendall. Ir Alti.11
Mrs. K. P Ulllesple and daucbter. Miss Alice,
hate returned fiom Decatur, where they tpent
seti-ral weeks with II' and Mrs. John Sanner.
..J" ,J"runees Mahler his i een entertainlns
Mlsa Birdie. Brotvn of St Iuis.
Former Congressman Daniel Kerr of Iowa was
a iru-st of his sister Ml" Man Kerr, this week.
Mrs. w E. Wheeler. Jr . entertained at lunch
ton en Tue-day in compliment to Mr". Hush
Bavle of Chlcaco In tho afternoon w hist w "a
A 1.3111" Of tWCltC Kt. Tll.Ia n.ro.na neM n.ul.
of Miss Hallle Marquette Ui first of the m,L
T.h'y'.,T,"CTt 'be Mlssrt Emma M invdle. Ullian
Montille. lona Horn. Henrietta H-n. tfhittaker
and Speiibrink. Messrs. Callon. Montllle. Wer
ner. Wacirant. Cllmrer and Briar.
Doctor and Mrs. s T. Itoblnsm. their daughter.
Miss ltuth. and M!s rectA 11.1.1, nn tn.
Nell Barnett deiarted last nisht for Ocean
fcprlncs Miss to pass a month.
Mla Koso Clln spent Sund.iy in St. TiuIs.
, Mrs. W. J Schwartz was tendered a blithiay
sujirlse by friends Tuejdaj
Mrc larv E. Barnett and daughter. Mrs.
Jmes Stallman. departed for a tlslt in Ala-
JJf J' D Lawp,n has returned fium Chi. a so.
Misses Sena, and Birdie Badn-htes attended t!,e
IomInant Mnth concert in Alton I'lidiv eteii.ni
and were Buets of Mr and Mrs G F Crowe.
A G-o clock dinner was glien en Situnlay even
t?.5..?L"th.' residence of Mr. and Mrs J M.
W hltford in honor of a triple anniversary. Th
blrthdavs of Mr. Whltfonl. of n n. Burrouehs.
president or the Board of Education, and of Mls
li,,C52'ma? va" S8" ""J" that day. and the
fridsT celebr:"Kl by a caUierlns of intimate
Hi who siwnt last week In St. Louis
U'JJS 17' Cha,rlM Xucent. was here the fore
n2f ""5 Jre'k' '1 "' o! 3I1'" xra- lr
ln ttfcalo. depart6d Wednesday for her home
w&TthYs'Jkf1" m" fc06tess to the '
Mm. WIIMam Werthefrrer of St Iiuls Is a
Piwt of Mrs Beverly Hodge.
Mrs. Julia Harden departed on Fridav for St.
fif'iY-Kr8 sh? ! ranaln until Kas'er
. "rJlSr'W & ?J2K and daUchter' 1-
viiAFZ1 Dn "t?wr of Jerseyvllle spent
Friday wKh Mrs. Charles Shatteen.
Doctor Joseph Harker. preident of Illinois
?i?I?8 S011 JacksonU!e. spent Monday
with Mr. Zeno Curnutt.
Mrs. Poner Morrow and daughter. Portia, of
Albuquerque. N. M., are Mslting Mrs. J. Mor
row. Mr. and Mrs. "William Marmon have returned
4.w iii-ii (mme in jjineny. .mo , alter a thre
months' vlit with relatives,
. ." .P .f- Lumkln has returned to her home
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Barrow of Roodhone
spent Saturday with Ml Martha Roges
Gooree Hedrick of Kansas CItv spent Mcnday
James Kenney of St. LouU spent the wek
with hi brother. H C. Kenny
Mis Lizzie Whiteside of Ind-pendence. Ka..
Is a guet of Mrs. O W. WiIon
Mrs. M. V. Bowman departed Thur4ar for
Lc Angeles, Cat., where she will visit until
summer with hr two sons.
Doctor R. F. Blirger of Indlampolls. lnd..
spent the week with hi sister. Mrs Frank
Mrs. John Eldred entertained Saturdcy In honor
of Mrs. Lnule Davl o Detroit. Mich.
R E. Williams of Hardin spent Tuesday in
Stuart Plerson returned Thursday from a trip
Thomas Brown of Mount Vernon Is a guest of
hit brother. P. A Brown
Mrs T. J. Rafferty ha returned from a Islt
Mrs. Came McGlll ard Mis Amy Bowman ar
home from a islt tn St Louis.
Ed Kunz and Lee Brown spent Sunday in Jack
sonville. Mrs- T J. Sim of Mexico. Mo. is -visiting
Mrs. J. G. Pennell.
The Whist Club wa. entertained by Mr. R.
G Fain on Tuesday.
E W. Page of South Dakota spent Tuesday
Mrs. S K. James Is vWtlng In St. Loul.
Mr. A. G Stclle la entertaining Miss IeIe
Van Home of Jereyllle at her home in Upper
Mrs. S. P. Cheer Is entertaining Mrs. Eddie
t11son of Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Hilt celebrated their
rclden weddlnr anniversary Friday at their rnma
in North Alton.
Mr. and Mr. Clifford Norton departed Friday
Mioses rhoefce Boyle and Holen Howard of St.
Iouls were guests of Mrs George R. Allen last
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Job have returned to Chl
caco, after an extended visit in Alton.
Mrs. rred Henlck has returned from Argentine.
Mis Luclle RrtliTtrs ha returned from Quinc.
IK where she isited relative.
Mls TeIe Healer has returned to Effingham,
after vlltlne In Alton
Mrs. D. M. Sternberg and on. William M.
Sternberg, departed Tuesday for New Orleans,
where ther will make a month's vlIt.
Miss Ulllan No-ton departed Fridav for Rotnn.
Mr. Paul Harney is entertaining Mrs.Charles
Connor of Hope. N. D- "
Mls Pftirl Francis Is entertalnlnir Miss Stella
Garn-r of Columbus. lnd.
Mrs. Thoma Bozarth returned last week from
an extended Ilt nt Bridgeton N J
Mis Kate O'Reilly departed Saturday for New
Mr J H. Maunln Is rntertalnlng Mrs. Blanch
anl of Bowling Green. Mo
MIs Emma Snedccker of Jerseyvllls Is a vl
Hor in Alton.
Mrs. Emma Glbervm I v!eIt!ng In Carllnville
Mr. and Mrs. John S Roper have returned
frnm a month's stay In New Orleans,
Mrs. Edward Needham is visiting In Bloom
1 net on.
Mi3s Irma Grezjj; In the guet cf Mrs. Thomas
Davis in Eat St. Louis.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown has returned to ILnrltn,
lnd . after being the guest of Mrs. John Mc
Elhiner In Unper Alton.
(Mr. A. K. Roct entertained the Browning Club
Monday afternoon at her home in State street.
Mrs. Kate Wright returnfd Saturday to St.
Louis. r.fter lEltlnir In North Alton.
Miss TesIe Wyckofr nf Jereyville wa the
guest of relative in Alton lat week
Mr. Mary Reilly cf San Dlo. Cal.. Is a
vi'ltor In Alton.
Mr H. G. McPP" Is entertaining Mrs, W
R. Wllkhiscn of St. I-ouls.
Mrs. Gecrge R. Allen entertained Friday even
ing In honor of the Mioses Howard of Atchie-on,
Kr. and Phoebe BaIe of Su Louis. The amuse
ment was six-hnnded euchre.
Mrs, Harvey B. Weeks entertained a houso
party last week, at her home in Alton. Hr
gw-jts were Mmes. James McClure of Carlin
vllle. Charles Bowman nf t Lou!, rharle
Denley of Carllnville nnd Mr. J. G. Pope of
Mrs. Gecrge Levis entertained the Woman's
Club Tuesday afternoon at her home In Wash
Ml-s Isabel Norton I entertaining Miss Brtha
Johnson of Roonvllle. Mo
Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Eatedv of Peoria Is a
visitor in Alton.
Miss Harriet Randoloh of Jerseyvllle is the
guest of Mrs. E. A. Cock In Upper Alton.
Mrs V L. Duke visiting relaUves at Mon
Mrs A. H. Glllham ha returned rrom on ex
tended vilt In Decatur, the guest of Mrs. H. S.
Mr and Mrs. William Picrson. accompanied
by Mis Laura Clement, has returned from a
six-months stay at Denver. Colo.
Mrs. George M. Lels departed Wednesday for
Miss Blanch Chapln of nioomlnirton returned
home Saturday mornlnir. after visltinc the fam
ily of her aunt. Mrs. n. I. Bradley.
Mrs. Albert Kuehle went to St. Iyu!" Satur
day mornlnc where she met her parents. Mr.
snd Mrs. H. Davis, who are on their way home
from a s-i-lt in Tronton. Mo.
Miss Edith Smith departed Fridav for Itoche--ter.
lnd.. where she will live with her father O.
W. Smith. .
Mies Olive Prickett of Carhondale. who spent
Sunday with Mls Elsie tmith returned to thtt
city Monday mominc with Miss Fmllh.
tA. crowd of the vounper society ret were en
tertained by Elhert Coad at th- home- of Ms
mother. Mrs. Alice Coad. No. 15W P!a rtrvet.
Friday nhrht. Guests present were: Florence
Tellet. Marian Howell. Mary Ke'sor. Parah Ha
yls. Farnle Lewis. Luiu Wells and Tlcth Johns:
Masters Erett Cummlncs Roland Plat-r. Earl
Uamn-erscliroldt. Oscar Piper. Fred Smith anl
Mrs. Z. T. Ghent and daughter. Beulah. pnl
sen Harry, of Dtmuoln. spent Sunday here with
friends. . .
Miss Gertrude Skinner of Duquoin Is in this
cltv. the iruost ot her aunt. Mrs. A. W Skliin-r
Mr. and Mrs. Oeortre Harris went d Sparta
Monday afternoon for a visit with relatives The
will visit In Marion before returning.
Several members from Miriam and Esther Re
becca lodc-es met with friends at the heme of
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Penry on Walnut .street, and
went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jcsth Park
er. No. 104 South Seventeenth street, to su-nHre
that worthy couple. The affair was a pleasant
success. Present were: Mersrs. and Mires. Wil
liam Irwin. Thomas Xelms j k. Kd-nc-ids
fjeorre Clements. J-rank rhllders. Dn Will Vaa
Oowell: Mmes. Harriett Parker. LIIlHn ndcr.
W Panstl W. Hiinsskfr. little Penry ' Grifne
e'snn: Mlsrr TTat'l. Tu-ker. Dora Crenninan
rmnin 'cf-'- rsnin uoumer. Arna Jons. J.
1 Bertha Canob!I. Cera Sfwart. Maud Ferrll,
Jrnn.c CaiIJy. Stella Johnson. Hattle Johnson:
.r-ri. Jfku xi'vn. r-mer l'arker and Bine
Mis. Gilbert talnwrlcht of Waukrcin. 111.. Is
tl-illDL- her father. U. S. Smith
Mr. Trank ItlnJIeman returned to hr bom:
In Ct-bden W"P.lt.ei!ay after a few dajs' i"lt
with th family of-J. It Itindleman.
Mrs. T It. Phillips' spent Tuesday In Carbon
dale with her daucMer-ln-law. sirs Morris Phil
lips. .llATTOOA. II.I
Acy Ragan of R-den. Neb
tei Mrr. I. 1 Kill
Is tisltlnff hi" tls-
Mis llorence Carr cf Chicago Is visiting her
imnhtr In this cit
Mm A-me Dijn has returned to her home in
Rlo-mimgion, ltd, aft ra visit with relative..
Mis Ada Noble has ben ifci:ing friends In
Ciuimaifai this wet-k
Mr and Mrs. J. M Bresee are vlsltinr r-4a-
this lit I . I n ri! n
i Harry Rei i home from St i.-ni to visit
lila parents, Icctor and Mr. J. m. Reed
Miss NVne Flynn I litlng in Chicago
.M-s. Leo Sinn and il.iu-nier ategena of Chi
cago oro lltinc Mrs. I M SchulliOiT.
M. nnd Mr. Jerry Conner bave gone to New
Mxico to ir.d several weeks.
J Ernest Cropp Is lslUnjr his parents at
1 nrnvillc. Mo.
H M. Winslow Is -,lltlng relatives In St.
Mrs M. J Waltz of Indianapolis Is vN.tlng
in ramllv of Paul Rider
Mrs. Will Milner H WUng relatives In In
dlanaiills. Lyman Gould U vlsltlrg his daughter, Mrs.
Alford, in Indianapolis
Mrs. I.eHle Gllland vt Champaign is visiting
her jirent. Mr ard Mrs Charley itates.
TIj Fortnightly Club met this week with Mrs.
Mrs. J M Boles ha returned from a -visit
with relatives in Nokum.s.
J. A. Mortague la iltini- In Kingman, Kas
Mii Ma"i Uobion 1 vi'ltine in indianaDOli:
Giry Howell has gone to Qulncy to vllt his
slfrier, Mr. Hcbscn.
James Kitchln ha been visiting friends in
Murphsloro thi, week
Ed Munson of St. Louis Is visiting his brother,
M- and Mrs E1 Allen have returned tn their
Iwme in Danville, after Msltlng the family of
S I Munon.
Mli-s liyle Reeve and daughter. Helen of
Rock Inland are guests of Mr and Mrs. Xr
njd unit ten. , . . .
H 13 liondi of Galcsburg Is visiting friends In.
Mrs Hannah Michaels lias returned to htr
home In Fontanet. lnd. after a -visit with rela
tive l'athcr Brodmann has gone to Hot Spring,
Ark . where he will poJ"uni a couple of weeks.
Mrs Sarah Haugh has returned to her home in
Kansas. afttr a visit with her son, Omr Haugh.
Mr Lon Hall went to Bethel, O.. Tuday to
visit relatives and friend
Robert Ch'm. has gone to ShelbyvIIle. where
ht will reside.
Victor Gustafon and family have returned
from a visit In Perrfa.
MIsj Mildred Helniee entertained th Happy-Go-Luckr
Club WMnesdny evening.
Tro Tlnnf. Kteinle anl Mrs Jpenh Bond!.
vho have been vl5ltlrg the family of J. Bower.
detarted Ti-esday for their home in Topeka, Kas.
Mn O II Wilson. Miss Vll.vn and Mr Dud
ley Kingman entertained a nonuMJiv of friends
at bid fuchre Wednesday afternoon
Arthm' i-otnmer has returned from a month's
lMt In Oiicago.
John WooMri Ige la viitlng In Washinctcn. lnd.
William Bvers nnd family have gone to Ssn
Francisco, wh-re thev will spend the tnirnroer.
Mrs Judg Oirte- of Newton is a guvt of Mr.
an.1 Mr?. Hiram Sprtggs
Georue Elliott hist returned from a viit with
relatives In Dan vine
Doctor and Jin W C. Lumpkin are a .siting
relatives In Des Moinca. la
Mrs. John Authenrelth has returned to her
home In Champaicn. after a vialt with relatives.
Mrs. S. G. Auer and dauchter. Margaret, have
returned from a visit with relatives in Latham.
Mr. J W Shrader an.1 Mrs. J W. Dora en
tertained a company of friends at cards Thursday
and Fridav afternoons.
Ml Ila La Clare ha gone to Fonda, la.,
wl ere she will make her future home.
Herman E Owrn of Toledo. O. Is llting his
brother, W. Owen. In this city.
Mr and Mrs W. B- Foster are home from a
allt In New Orleans.
Mrs. H. H. Tremble Is alsltlnir relative In
Mr and Mr. Barrows are vlsltine relatives In
Gus Ellenteln I vlsltine hi sister. Mrs. Chas.
Mortnn. In Fairfield.
Ricliard Mover Is making a trip through Okla
homa, Ml" Rose Dray of Decatur is visiting relatives
In this city.
Mrs C. H Wclman returned to her home In
Salrm after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. O.
Mr. George Gaddls Is home from a visit In
Mr O. Redmcn and sister. Mrs. Arterburn, are
visiting relatives in Wctrld. III.
The Reverend C E. Bovd and family departed
fo- Brownslown, III. After visiting there for a
short time the go to Iowa, where Mr. Boyd has
accepted th pastorate) of a church.
Mr and Mr Ike MIzell are entertaining Dai
la Beckman of Hampton. Ky.
Ml? Joasie Choat returned Monday afternoon
from East St. Louis, where she had been vllt
W K Davis went to McLeansboro. Ill , Monday
for a short visit
Mi Nellie Mmmons of Wart race. III., is visit-In-
relatives In the city.
George Mathews visited in EvarisviHe. lnd..
the ast week
Sin Annlt dotjch returned Monday from a
vNlt in WetDort. lnV
MIsm Iena Meyers is visiting the Misses Fetter
In P.vlucah. Kj ,
A. Mathews cf Atltla. Ill . Is aWting hls'grand
father J. N Mathew
Ed Tlxompioii of Paducah visited his brother
O L. Thonrjnn of thi city, this week
Mme. C ! Treat. J. Q A. Conner. L. G. Sim
men. J. A, Helm and Miss Cora (juante vvert to
Vienna, "IH.. to attend a meeting of the Eastern
The Rcvefrcnd Mr. Kncwles haa been In Du
oucin the uast week, assisting In a revival meet
inc Mrs George Rackett went to Cairo Thursday Jo
aislt her huahand.
Jame JI. sMorri depaxtel Thursday for Mound
Cltv. Gilro and other points down the river.
Mr. and Mr. R- Porter of Iadutah were tho
Clients of the latter' mother. Mrs Thoma Kill.
Mrs. R. V Starkes arul srandson. Carl, de
parted for Cleveland. O. where the latter goes
to rtIde with his parents and the formr for
Miss rrar.ces Harlow of Jacksrillle. III. Is
sper.dlne the Mtek with her cousin. Miss nor
Mrs A X Powell has departed for Callforn'i
where she will spend several months with rela
tives JulKe llurroushs and his dauahler. Miss N"ora.
vlsiteJ relatives in Ool!lnsllle Tuesday.
The Coillnsvllle 19)l Euchre Club was enter
tained Thursday nlcht at the Commercial Hotel
bv Messr Jeffries an.1 Asbaugh
Mlses Frances Harlow and Florence Look and
Toctor I H Kraft attended a theater party
Friday r.lcht riven in honor of Miss Harlow.
Jule Helnicke. formerly of this city, was In
Mrs Ixiulse Uetzold was an Edwardsvllle visit
A larso number of younc folks rave a surprise
party to Mlsg Leila Peers at her home Wednesday
Rx-Slierlff Hctz and Mr. Taeser of Edwards
vllle were In town Thursday.
t;'h ?ni,Xr-.A; n "'"ben: were In St.
IJJU13 i-unday. lisitintr relatives.
Mrs Louis rtabe of UM Bud was the cuest of
her mother Mis Fred Johnson. Surday
Miss Frieda Luti spent several days v'lsltlnir
relatives at St. lml- last week and was also
tho Eu-st of Mrs Emll Lutz.
Mrs. Michael Schoers entertained several friends
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffmann of Red Bud
visited friends here Monday.
.v.3";; f1"". ua"tent'r,talne5 ,h" members of
ne Cinch club with music and cards on Sunday
Prizes were vvrn by Mls Maude Crocker and Mrl
Attorney Charles Zeibold of St. Louis was the
truest of his brother. Mayor Georce W. Zeibold
Mr. and Mrs. John Seiele of St. Louis were the
puests rf Mrs. August .-i'cie "e ,ne
Mrs Grorre Crocker visited her dauahter Mi
Fred Mehan. at Columbia. Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Fcldmeyer entertained
.Miss Allle Hurk of East St. Louis visited rela
tives and friends here.
Miss Clara Schacffer and Mrs. G. Ganahl of
St Louis were the iruests of Mrs. N. Fchaeffer
Mrs Charles Morrison entertalred the members
oi the Iwidlts' Aid Society on Wednesday after
noon. Miss Jennie Whitney of St. Louis was the auest
of Miss Sadie Laiighlln.
Mrs. R. E. Duglas v lslttd friends at St. Louis
Mrs. Rosa Cook of St. Louis returned home
Thutstlir nfter an eztnde.l visit.
Miss Louis i Scharfenbcrger of St. Louis visited
Mr. John Frenzel entertained friends at a
Mrs. H. c. Voris. Mr J. S. Sennott and Mrs
Charts Morrison attended the entertainment of
the Forethought Club, civen by Mrs. J. A. Tar
ker cf St. Lruls. Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mceller of St. Louis
were the a-uest3 of Mrs John Moller.
Miss Ella Flke of St. fouls visited her parents.
Doctor an.1 Mrs. C. M. Flke.
Amandus Ganen of Coillnsvllle visited relatives
s.?Ir. J . G;, K,in,e ofe J?""'"'6 entertained
Mics Jennie Reardslee nf St. Louis last week
Mr3 C. V. Pcrrlno of Jerseyville is entertalrlnir
Mrs. W. A Cockrell of St. Louis and Mrs Albert
Edwards of Springfield. III. "' A,oert
Mrs. Paul Nltschke of Jersej-ville has returned
from Whitehall. III.
Mrs. c. H. Coleman of Medora, 111., was a
visiter In Jers-yvIHe last week.
Mies Edith Brule of Carrollton. HI., was a
visitor In Jerseyville last week.
Miss Bessie Florida has returned, from St.
Miss Julia Bare of Jer-yville was a visitor in
St. Louis lart week.
Miss DoraPatten of Jersejvllle was the cuct
of friends at Dow. III., lost week.
Mrs J. L. Quirk ot Jerseyville is a visitor in
East St. Louis.
Miss Bess cockrell of Jerseyvllle is entertain
lng Mlw Edith Itumrill of Carrollton. III.
Ml- Theo. Dodson of Jersejvllle has returned
from St. Louis
Mrs M. A Newberry of Jerseyville has re
turned from Granite Oty.
Miss Helen Porter of Jerseyvllle was a vlsltdr
In St. Louis last vveek
Mrs. John Powell of ridellty. Ill , was a visitor
in Jersyilie last week.
Mrs. Rltter of Jersyvllle Is entertaining Mrs
T.- B. Raines of SfHouls
Mrs. G. B Metcalf has returned to Oreenf.-lrt
III., after visiting with Mrs. w. G. Burnett lii
Mrs. J. T. Relnties of Jersewvllle was a
visitor In St. Imls last week.
Mrs. Joshua Pike of Jersyville was a Ultor
In cl. Louis last week.
M.'ss Crone cf Kane. IU.. I" a visitor In Jer
sewirle Mrs. Luella Scott h returnfd to Chicago after
vi'itmg with friends in Jerseyville.
31lss ,-iiaud Updiko oi jyraeyviue is a visitor In
e Terrv has returned to Otterville. I
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in all the seasons of their lives, as maidens. wives, or moth
ers, that the one simple, wholesome remedy which acts
gently and pleasantly and naturally, and which may be
used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditions,
when the system needs a laxative, is Syrup of Figs. It
Is well known to be a simple combination of the laxative
and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aro
matic liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system when its gentle
cleansing Is desired.
Many of the ills from which women suffer are of a tran
sient nature and do not come from any organic trouble
and it Is pleasant to know that they yield so promptly to
the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs, but when anything
more than a laxative is needed it is best tn rnneult ir
family physician and to
louaiy advertised nostrums
one needs only to remove thi
gestion, or similar ills,
condition of the system,
Syrup of Figs and
the aches and pains,
to inactivity of the bowels,
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Figs can hope
to get its beneficial effects and as a guarantee of the ex
cellence of the remedy the full name cf the company
California Fig Syrup Co. Is printed on the front of everv
package and without
of Firs is fraudulent
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oner or any substitute,
for. Is always resented
some first-class drug
not recommend, nor
remedies. The genuine
reliable druggists everywhere
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III. after visitlmr with Mrs. J. O. Marston In
Mrs. E. J. Lemen bas returneil to Manchester,
111. after visiting with friends In Jerseyvllle.
MiS3 Bessie Van Home of Jerseyvllle was the
truest of friends In Alton last wek.
Mrs. Stella E. Delonc of Jerseyvllle was a visit
or In Grafton. Ill . last week.
Mrs. A. W Gross of Jerseyvllle has irone to
St. Louts to vilt with her daughter, Mrsi Edgar
M. Davis, at Hotel Beers.
Mrs Nancy CUean ar.il daughter. Miss Ollv-s
Colean. of Tersejv Hie. have frone to Los Angeles.
Cal . for an extended stay.
Miss Lizzie Whitlow of Jerseyville is enter
talnlne Miss S. E. Thomoson of Fosterburg. HU
Mr-. J. I. McGrady of Jersevll!e has irona to
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chapman of Manchester.
111., were visitors in Jerseyvllle last wek.
The Misses Blanche and Edna Corns of Jersey-
vnio nnvt; Kune in inariesron. vv. V a.
Mrs. T. II. Raines has returned to St- Louis,
after vWtinir her sister. Mrs. Rltter. in Jersey
vllle. Mrs. M. Iwls of Jerseyville Is entertaining
Mrs. N. T. Klrhv and daughter. Miss Gussle Klr
bv of Jacksonville. 111.
Miss Edna Heller of Jerseyvllle entertained
the Brownlnjr Club on Monday evening-.
Mrs. Alesnder C Robh of Jersej-vlUe was a
Visitor In St. Louis last week.
Miss Edith stelle of Jerseyvllle has gone to
White Hall. IIL
Mies Fannie West of Jerseyvllle has rone to
Miss Masnrle Maloney of Jerseyvllle was a re
cent sitor In SU Louis.
Mrs. Kdwanl Cross of Oak Lawn gave a lunch
eon on Saturday of last week In honor of her ris-
w -lrs- v-nanes iveitn. ot uenver.
Mrs. Lizzie Reeves of Jerseyvllle Is
inc jirs. i-atla Kelley of Kane. III.
Miss Fay Duckies of Chesterfield Is visiting
Judge and Mrs. T. L. Loomle.
. .r.'-j vr- H- Graham is vlsltine her parents
. .?f.T' JV " McCaugban of St. Louis has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc
Neill. Doctor William Meek- and family have moved
to Sprinafleld, Mo.
Mrs E. A. Black of Petersburg is the guesV
of Doctor and Mrs E. A. Bleuler.
Mr". Charles Robertson and Mrs. R. B. Shir
ley entertained at progressive euchre Saturday
The Ladies' Toreign Mls.onary Society of th
JI. B Church was entertained Tuesday afternoon
bv Mrs J r Meslck.
Mrs. William Reeil returned Wednesday from
on uttndrd visit with relatives in New Orleans.
Mrs. A. M. Borlnir entertained the Ladles
Euchre Club Friday afternoon.
-A. I. H. hilt is visiting iclatlves In Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClure are visiting rela
tives in Sorlngtleld and Beanistown.
The Carllnville Woman's Club met Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Lliton and Miss Sue Dick
rrad Interesting papers on "Pottery," after
which the following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. C. J. Lumpkin: vice president. Mrs.
C. A. Walker: secretary, Mrs. R. T. Wllkerson:
treasurer, Mrs. Clara KeplInEer; chairman of
art department, Mrs. G. r. Jordan: mulc. Mrs.
J. M. llarcus; current events, Mrs. Thomas Rln
aker; literature. Mrs. H. M. KlmbalL
Miss Ruth Keplinger is visiting Miss Olive
Thomas In Edwardsvllle.
Mrs. Chsrles Denby Is vlsltine her sister, Mrs.
II. E. Week.. In Alton.
Iaac Morse of Amelia. Neb . has been visit
ing relatives In the city.
Mrs. Ellen McClure Is visiting her son. Milton
McClure. nnd wife, in Beardto.vn.
Mis. w. L. Mount" entertained the Domestic
Science Club Friday afternoon.
Miss Fay Fanning entertained the A. G. Club
Miss Lell Hopkins of Kansas City, who has
been visiting the Misses Kepllnger, has gone
to Chicago to vilt relatives.
Mty Mabel Klngsberry is the guest of Mrs.
Doetor Auten at Belleville
Miss Clemmie Adams Is vltlng friends at
Mies Margaret Faherty spent Tuesday in
Prairie du Rocher.
William Schucbert ppent th's week In St. Louis.
The Honorable A. D. Rless of Ited Bud spent
this week In Chester.
Miss Nata Adams of St. Louis was the guest
of Chester relatives the first of the week.
Albert Wolff of Evansvllle was in town the
George Riess of Red BudT spent this week In
George Fohrell and Fred Frick of Red Bud
were In town this week.
John Blank of Baldwin was a Chester visitor
Doctor and Mrs William A. Jameo and Miss
Jessie spent one day this week in St. Louis.
Miss Pauline Paulus of St. Louis Is the guest
cf Chester relatives.
Mrs. Robert Allen of Murphysboro was the
guest of Mrs Charles .Smith this week.
Attorney Millard McMurdo of Marlssa was Id
Chester this week.
M. W. Borders spent this week in Chester.
Miss Blanche Steber has returned from a visit
with St. Louis friends.
MIrs Hattle Keller of Steelcvllle spent Sunday
In this city
Mrs. William Jostman Is visiting her sister at
Wagner's Landing. .
Jake Laahley ot St. Louis is visiting his par
ents In this city.
Charles S. Luke of Nashville was In town .Fri
day. itai .uornson or jonei visuea nis parents, air.
and Mrs. Joe Morrison, in this city the first of
Mrs. Jam. Smith of Carllnville Is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. II. A. David.
Tom Conner of Prairie du Rocher spent Sunday
in this clty
Mrs. A. J. McCabe of Thayer, Mo , Is visiting
her sister. Mrs. C L. Post.
Judge J. B. Simpson spent part of this week
MIm Muriel Pierce entertained a number of
friends at a dancing party Friday night.
Miss Eileen Meads entertained a number cf
her vounc friends Monday in honor of her ninth
A r.leasant circle of younr persons, formerlv
known as the J. F. F. Club, has been reorgan
ized as the Confrere Card Club and will meet on
alternate Thursdajs at the homes of the mem
bers. The meeting for the reorganization tort
place at the home of Miss Lillian Kautz tn
Edgar street. Miss Edna Culbertson will be the
hostess for the nezt meeting; The membership
includes Misses Edna culbertson Lillian Kautz.
Florence Wabnsledler. I-eno Knapp. Amelia
Kninp. Ho-e Wlttmer, Ethel Dannettell. Mar
garet Kanzler. Laura Lllllcran. Messrs. Robert
Fisher, Arthur 1.5-on. Oliver Gleichman. GeoTe
Dausman. Edward Fehn. Will Defoy. Frank Enz
and Rnv Schlager.
The Wednesday Culture Club met at the home
of Mrs Jehn Schsnk at No. im Franklin strct.
and the following programme was rendered:
"Scott H's Life and Works." Mrs. George Mey
eis "Jsnle Deans." Mrs Frank Msv; "Prison
Cc-nes Hearts of Midlothian." It's. r,essle Masters-
dlrcuton. Mr" Charles W. Wlttenhrake-.
"The New Century Cbib enloyed a pleasant Mon
day nfte-noon with Mrs. D S. Ragon in Udpt
Ilrst street- The programme was preteded by
th usual pan'ameniarv onu. A history "f liei
gium and Ilollir.d was given by M-. French.
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avoid the old-time cathartics and
it anjr preparation offered as Syrup "i&:ilW&&
and ehmiH ho rf.eiin t it '. ,; "-xir
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ui mis excellent, laxati
Mrs. Von Bhren gave an interesting resume of
the Transvaal war and the rise and fall of the
Dutch In South Africa. Later a luncheon was
Mrs. Joe Niemann entertained at a 6 o'clock
supoer Sunday evening at her home in Maryland
street for Miss Nellie Flich and Mr. Harry Fitch
of Mattoon. 111., who have returned home after
a short visit with friends and relatives here.
Pink and white effects were prettily carried out
in the table adornments, with pink carnations
and other dainty accessories.
Mi's Lftttle Hawkins gave a handsome 6 o'clock
dinner Monday in honor of her birthday anni
versary, entertaining a small number of friends
at her home in Adams avenue. Covers were laid
for ten. the table being done In pink and white
with pink carnations and ferns.
The Columbian Club was entertained Tuesday
evening by Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Daus. at their
heme In South Sccnd street.
Mrs. Ross Thompson of Washington D. C. Is
here as the guest of her parents. Colonel and
Mrs. c A. De Bruler.
Mrs. 11. D. Potter, who has been spendirtr the
winter with her daughters. Mrs Edward N.
Viele and Mrs. Rane Clay Wilkinson, departed
for Sa Breeze, ria-. to spend several weeks
with her son. Doctor E. L. Potter.
Mrs. John Clemmtns of Nasbv Hie. Term.. Is
here for a few days as the guesi of Mrs. S. Is.
Mrs. Wlliard Hopkins of Fort Branch. lnd.. is
the guest of relatives and frl-nds In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Walker have gone to
New York to soend several weeks.
Mrs. F. O. Fittcn of New Harmony. lnd., was
here last feV as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J-.lmer E. Clarke, at their home in Upper First
Mrs. S. J. Katterjohn of Bocnville. lnd.. Is here
for a few davs as the guest of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Onus of Unlontown. Ky..
were here Tuesday, en route to St. Louis, where
thev will reside.
Mrs. Jonn Cunningham of Princeton. lnd.. is
the gueet of friends.
Miss Fev of Jasper lnd., is the guest of Miss
i Nettle McKaln.
Mrs. c S. Conger of Carml. Ill . w.is here
Tuesday as the guest cf friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muntzer and little son. of
St. Louis, are the guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hosklnson will return
from i Gravviile. Ill . In a short time to reside
In this city. Mrs. Hosklnson was Miss Lena
Pack and was a well-known vocalist.
Miss Marv Fauntleroy of New Harmony. lnd..
Is In the cltv for a short visit with friends.
Ml Louise Jasr of Hauhstadt. lnd.. was in
tho city Monday.
Fred Klechle. who has been very ill at his
home In Fifth avenue for several weeks, is im
Miss Etta Gorman has returned from a two
months' visit with her slter. Mr. Charles Mor
row, in Mun-Ie. lnd.. Ier attending the whole
rale millinery cpenlnTS in Indianapolis.
John Schroeder of Mllo. la., came Saturday
to make his home with h's brother. A. H.
Schroeder. cf Garfield avenue.
Mrs. George Ingle has returned to Terre Haute,
lnd.. after a visit of several weeks with her
Mr. and Mrs. Bcney Lyon have returned from
a trip to New Cleans. La., and Galveston. Tex.
Mrs. El Stockwell and son. who have been
visiting Mrs. Albert Johann, Jr., have returned
Miss Henrietta Schler has returned from Mount
Doctor I. N. Bourland and C W. Weldman of
Equality. III., were in the city Monday.
MIs Luty Rudd. who has been the guest of
Miss Rachel Griffith, returned to her home in
Roekpoit. lnd. Monday.
Miss Joy Davis who has been the guest for
a few dtjs of Mrs William Wakey, returned to
MorgantlelJ. Kv. Monday evening.
Miss Rose Cave Gould and Miss Viola Collon
are the guests of St. Louis. Mo., fflends for a
Charles Laval, who has been for some time at
Talte Springs. Tenn.. for the benefit of his health,
returned home Monday evening much improved.
Miss Pauline Ljona of Marlon Is the guest of
Mrs. Daniel Oestrelcher.
Mr. Ell Dinkelsplel ot Marion Is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Ike Lyons. W
Mrs. John Schalleeke. who has been visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Nestlehut, has re
turned to her home in Cincinnati.
flllss unma chaffer entertained for Mrs.
Henry Brocksmlth, who will depart rrlday fcr
Mr. and 'Mrs. Alvln McClure entertained at
euchre Monday night In honor of Mr and Mrs.
L. c Langdon of Chicago.
Miss Mamie Lonskey departs to-day for De
troit. Mich., to visit her brother. Mr. John
The Pleiades Club gav o a dance Thursday even
ing for Miss Ella Webster of St. Loul. who Is
vlsltlrg Mrs. Frank Bloom.
Miss Bessie pea entertained at flinch at the
home of her sister, Mrs. O. L V. Tucker, in
honor of her guest. Miss Anna Taylor of Noble,
Mrs. Edward Schumacher entertained her club
Wednesday at progressive euchre,
Mrs. Arabelle McKenney is here from Chicago
and is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Slocomb.
Miss Mjrtle Azbell. who has been visiting Miss
Byrd Alsop. has returned to Sandtorn.
Miss Mary Frej- has returned from Evansvllle.
where she has been for ome time visiting rela
tives. Miss Margaret Haughton entertained her girl
friends with a chafing-dish party lart evening.
The wedding of Miss Monlna Brcoks and Ben
jamin Starr took place Wednesday evening nt
i:W at the residence of Polk Brook", the bride's
father. The Reverend T. J. Owen performed tho
A box social and candy putting will be given
by the Christian Endeavor Society of the First
Christian Church next Friday evening.
Paducah Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
W. A. Gardner. . . ,
A hard-times social for Ingle!de Rebekah
Lodge was given Tuesday night at the Odd
Miss Emma Reed entertained Monday after
noon at the Palmer with an Informal tea In
honor of Miss Clartbel and Miss Carrie Rleke.
The children of the First Cumberland Presbv
terian church gave a candy pulling Tuesday
eThenSpaducah Chapter, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, met Tuesday afternoon wltn
Mrs. Thomas E. Moss at the Palmer House.
The Delphls Club met Tuesday morning wltn
Miss Mattie Fowler. .
Mrsi Mary Berger entertained the Industrial
Club Friday afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
The ladles of 'Grace Episcopal Church gave a
mission tea at the residence cf Mr. Joe Gardner
The Charity Club will give a shamrock tea on
St Patrick's Day. with Ml-s Emma Reed.
The Magazine Club m't Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. H. C. Overly
Tho C W. Ik M. Auxlliarr of the rirst Chris
tian Churt'v met with Mrs- II. C Over by Satur
day aftem;n. ......
Me and Mrs. Mo-es Schwab entertained the
V.hf-t Club Tuesday evening in honor of Mr".
A E. Einstein and Mis. E. XIngsberg of St.
Inils. The guests were presented with prizes.
The lady's club prize was won by Mrs. Jake
Syrup of Figs Is called .7T UJiimm-ZZ2r
a transfer of patronage to. .' - W&JjSWM. -- '11
blishment. where thev rln"- & . r.:rA&fer'i:i' '.' .5
Ue hrsna: nnr Irvi!!'': . S''i I ''4t'.' yHlfrJlfclt A-ij liViy
may be bousht of all "'?,. &? fQtttlsffli&Z t W
at 50 cents per bottle. .- ii- & .; fjjti$&&& JffllxUWz f
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won by Major M. Rloom.
Mrn. Clara Burnett Is visiting her sister, aim
James Cooper, at Hopklnsv llle. Ky.
Miss May Owen has returned from a Tlslt III
Mm. W. A. Bishop has returned from a visit
In Nishvllle. Tenn.
Ml;s Adine Morton Is visiting In St. Louis.
Drstnr and Mrs. W. F. Almy have returned
from New Orleans.
Mrov Alfred Nelson and children are vlsltine
in Bowling Green.
" wrote to Dr.
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