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made to your individual measure and
form. Have Miss McCormick take
your measure for a suit. A perfect
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f COLE & NIXON MERC. CO.
Harry Henderson was a St. EOUlfl
Mr. 0, V. Silsby ivuh a Bonn
Tarn visitor Saturiiay.
I'eerl and Annii- RoBI of Klvins,
rlalted friends here Saturday.
Mrs. Win. Criitcbeun was s I iop
1 i 1 1 if in Karminirtiin Saturday.
Mr. A. H. London I pent tin- latter
part of last week In St. Louis.
Mr. and Mm. Frank DnutlnR
reached home Tuesday evening.
Mm. Tnhey and son Kdward spent
Saturday shopping in St. LoutS,
Mm. Hoyer left for Ht. Louis to
receive treatment for tuberculoels.
John VailKlian of rrcderlcktown
i- a business visitor hate Will week.
Georje Trauernlcht vm the ffueat
of bom folks at ParailnRton Sun
day. Mrs. Tuoker of Mine La Motte, is
if har bi
-in, Mrs. (i. V.
Mr. .1 l- Poiton was in Lead
wood taut week,
Oliver Bdwardi wa in H"
Mlaa Kva Rrokenahlre was In
1 adwood Sunday.
Henry Radle waa over from Farm
Inaton Wedneaday tuning planoa,
There is a Vaudeville troupi
town now showing at tin- Idle Hour.
Paul Oleary, Dennis i'rutte and
Jim I'lrtle wont on a hie. hunt tlilhj
Dr. S. T. Nicholson and bride ur-1
rived Monday night from their trip.
William Towl "f tin- Hank of
Twenty-five conversions an- re
ported, Miss Rogers, who had
charge tin- laat two weeks, made a
good Impression upon all who heard
The defeat of Man Berlnford 'a pe
tition for dramabop lleenae last
week has greatly eneouragad tbe
entl-saloon poople here, hut tin- sa-
I loon folks k in little disappoint
in 1 I'd by it.
Rev. James A. Wood of farming
ton and Rev, Robert Lear of Tula,
Ky., took dinner with Mrs. JoKit
Scott Tueaday. They were on their
way to Marvin Chapel, Where the
latter will assist the former in his
revival lervloei now in progress.
st. Louie raw'
I, . adwood was in town Thuriday on
Mrs Frank I.. Keith of Klver
Mines was a Bonne Terre visitor
Mr. Anions Norwine left Monday
for St. Louis where he will s d
Joseph Maaeey Of Kearney, Mo.,
is a guest of his son, V. It. Mussey,
anil family liere.
Bonne Terre la having some work
dmie to Improve the streets in tin
main part of town.
Rev. K. B. Henry, B. W. Rnapp
ami Mr. Harrison Kirkpatrii k drove
to Pennington Friday
Mrs. A. F. Smith of Madison,
Wlaeonain, is here vlaltlng her
home folks, the Hohhs.
Mr. ami Mrs. N. A. Zimmerman
hava moved to Snrott, when
Zimmerman is In the milling
The ladies of the MethodistChiin-h
an- preparing to give a huB7.nr in the
uatatorlum the latter part of the
The Bonne Terre Pharmacy com
pany have in a new lineof pennants,
ties, foba and haves in the High
Sunday night was a big night at
the M. K. Church, South, and the
Whole hour was taken up hy music
and short talks on temperance,
The furnace was bunted In the
High School building Monday and
as it was very cold the school hoard
decided not to try to have scl 1.
MIbb Leah Bowman of Don Hun
Spent Tuesday night here to attend
a surprise party on Mr. Will
wine She Was the L'UeSt of
The limine Terre Bov Scouts (h
feated the Flat River Scouts in a!
game of foot ball Saturday hy n
score of li to 0. it was a hard fouglit
game from beginning to end.
The Bonne Terre High School
baaket ball team defeated the Pea-
tus High School team here Friday
night by a score of 38 to 12. John
son and Murphy starred for Bonne
Mr. Louis Tbleimen and Mr.
Clarence David last week attended
the Htate Teachers' Convention at
Haunihal. Thejf came hack With
many (rood Ideas for the betterment
of the town and schools.
The revival services which have
been going on at the M. R. Church
since Oct. 12. closed Willi a
Pita visited Blvlni Tluirs
Sat ii rday
i spend a
Horn, to the wife of M . D, Mat
kin, Nov. B, a hoy.
Horn, to the wife of William Mas
ters, Nov. U, a ttirl.
Win. Kussell of St. Louil visited
friends here Friday.
A. r. Robineon of Belgrade was
tranaaetlng bualueai here Friday.
.I.e. Seitze and wife of Bruno,
Wayne county, visited friends hare
Many potatoes and apple were
froaen by the sodden low tempera
ture Saturday night,
Mr. and Mrs Douglas of Marble
Kill visited Mrs. DoUglae' parents,
Prof. Hovelle and wife. Thuraday,
I). C. Stephens has been quite
sick the past week. Dr, Slammer
renorti his condition Improving at
a (in- at Pal Fit sge raids' resi
lience called out our etllcienl lire
Bghteri Saturday. Fortunately lit
tle damage was done
Mrs. J. I,. Baton, accompanied
by the grand offlcera, visited St.
I Mary's Thursday evening and in
stituted a Chapter Order of the
Henry Howard, aged 87 years,
Who lived In the south end of Wush
i ington county, died Friday after a
lingering illness. His remains were
interred in the Big River Cemetery
Mr, Wm. Perryman is quite sick
Mr. Kei tt Dohhins and family
spent Sunday In Parmlngton.
Mr. Qeorge Bouahong removed
with his family to Parmlngton on
Mrs. Lillian B. tilllesple, vocal
music director of Flat Hlver schools,
was vlaltlng Miss Anna Nlohol this
Dow NiChol went bunting with
the Koen hove last Saturday mid
UCCeaded in Shooting and bugging
his iirst rabbit.
The prayer meeting at the Matho
dist Church has heen changed from
Tueaday Bight to Wednesday night
of each week.
Mr. Frank Covington, who with
his brother has bought the Pigg liv
ery stable in Bonne Terre, is mov
Ing his family this week.
Mrs. James Appleberry is in Bis
marckv where she lately underwent
a serious operation. Her friends
Sunday night. I hope for her s dy recovery.
spent Sunday th
from a vlail wai
Regal Sihby unit Lester
vlaitad friends iii Bonne Terr
County ch rk a. Wulfi rt of Parm
lngton was a business visitor hen-Friday.
Miss Rate Wilson left
morning for st. Louie t'
Miss Faye Hunt of Dot
the gueat Ol Miss Kuth
Willie Soldier, son ol
Mrs. Mike Soldier, is very
1,111 Hunt of Parmlngton is spend
ing a few daye with her aunt, Mrs.
Ml Abbiceee J Inker eon of Des
loge wus the gueel of Miss Bula
Mrs. Lee Fatchelt and children
were Leadwood visitors Saturday
Mrs. Jim Coiean and children, of
Marquand, are vlaltlng Mrs. June
Phtllipi this week.
Mr One Bramblal of St. Louis
spent Saturday with his brother, C.
R, Bramblel and wife.
Miss Lena Benhaiu of S. Louis
is pending a few dayi with her sis
ter, Mrs. D J . Fra.ler.
Qeorge Hurst returned Sunday
from a visit with his mother, Mrs.
H u rst , t ste. Qenevleve,
George Bioh returned Sunday from
a visit with his parents, Mi. and
Mrs. Rich, at ste. Qenevleve,
Mrs. Tucker will h ave Friday for
St. Louis to make her home with
her daughters this winter.
Miss McWIIIIama of Parmlngton,
is tin- gueal of her sister, Mrs. Tom
Halbrooke a few days this week.
Mr. Jeff Thomaaeon attended the
dedication of the new Christian
Church at I'll deriektown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tetley attend
ed the dedication of the new Chris
tian Church at Prederlcktown Sun
Miss Mettle Johni ol Bonne Torre .
spent Saturday and Sunday the
truest of her brother, W. L. Johns
Bichiird and Edward Coiean, ol
Cornwall, and Frank t'ozean, of F.l-
vine, spent Sunday with o. o. Uo
aean ami family.
Mr, and Mrs. Win. Regain at
tended tin- funeral ol the little
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Buyer at
Resloge, Mondin .
Mrs. .1. .1. Bnidh v will leave Snn-
hegiu at the Christian Church Nov
IS arc requeeted to meet with Mr.
and Mrs. Chits. Stewart at the
Christian Church, Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock.
Little Charles St ray horn, son of
Mr. ami Mrs. Strayborn, of Flat
Kivr, died Saturday, November
11th, at their home in Flat Hlver,
aire, two years mid six months.
Miss Myrtle Sir.einore, who has
been working In St. Louis for sev
eral months, returned to St. Fran
cois Thursday, to make her home
with her sister, Mrs. John Beattc,
Miss F.dith Kite entertained a
number of her friends In honor of
her I2tll birthday, Saturday after
boon at her home. Miss F.dith re
ceived many beautiful and useful
presents. Dainty refreshments
were served at 4:30, after whloh they
departed deolarlng they had spent a
most enjoyable afternoon. Those
present were. Misses Opal Hal
brook, Loretta AbsMre, Lisaie, Be
thei anil Pauline Biuke, Vaunessc
Topping, Virginia Karsch, Gertrude.
Richard, Gertie SSolman, Mollle
Wltaley, Virginia Topplug, Inez
Karsch, Hilda Armbruster, Georgia
Hlghley, Leona Morris, Florence
Be. ts, Nellie t'erkins, Luclle Arm
bruster, Ora M osier, Nettle Bohlne
der. Syrlna Baara, Dnella Hlghley,
dith, Joy and Opal Kite, Masters
Alherl Karsch, Jessie Johusoii,
Charley Pratt, Arthur Love, Jeffrey
Roy and Hubert McAually.
WE CA TER TO
THE DRUG TRADE
and carry a superior line and large
line. We aim to supply all demands
on us for Drugs and Patent Medi
cines and Druggist Sundries. Conse
quently here is the place to buy.
Laakman's Drug Store
And Rural Route No. 3.
John Marks spent last Sun-
enlng with Mr. John Duruer.
istmeyer spent Sun
with Mr. Henry
Rudy and Karr
Mr. Wm. Porter
Messrs .1. It
Mr, JakeCradar is building a new
residence and expects to move here
from Doe Knn soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Conway and
little sun spent a few days Issl week
with Mrs. Anna Shannon,
Misses Beiilah and Leona Bur
r,.s spent last Sunday with their
cousin, Mrs. Hugh Shannon.
Mr and Mrs. Riaa Burgess and
Mr. Hubert Green called on Miss
Lillie Slmtni last Tuesday evening.
I Mi. Kiss Burgees returned home
! last Week from KentUCk.V, Where he
had I ii visiting relative, fur a
couple oi weeks,
j Mis. Mollle Durner of st. Lottie
visited home folks here last Bun-
I day, returning Monday, accompan
ied by Miss Nannie McElllgOtt.
Maadames Clara Waatmeyer, Jen
nie Burgees, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Rudy and John Marka wire tmesis
of Miss Nannie McRlllgott one da;.
We Save You Money
BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES
a. J. Thomaeeou of Flat River
was a Welcome visitor Monday af
ternoon. Mr. Thomasson's son,
Harry, is one of our worthy stu
dents, and we are ut all limes pleased
to have patrons call to Investigate
the progress of their sona and daugh
ters. Miss Alice Tbomaaaou,
daughter of Mr. Thomaaeon, gradu
ated with ns a tew years ago, and is
now tl Rlclent bookkeeper and
stenographer for the Ranter Milling
l oinpaiiv In h lat Kiver.
Charles Herbal has this week be
gun tin- preliminary work in the
College Bank, and will be the regu
lar sin -sin of Miss Brace Mc-
Cheeley Yeargain is our new day
Hludcnt till- Week He will t ry to
ilnish the full bookkeeping depart
ment work during the remaindei if
President Moothart received Mon
day two calls for young women
stenographers, one from New Mad
rid and the other from Charleston,
Mo. He was unable lo llll either
one of these, owing to the fact that
all of bis graduates, so far as be
knows, have satisfactory positions.
Otto Sanders, who lias been hourd
Ing at bis home in the country a
lew miles, has decided to hoard in
Parmlngton during the winter
"I do not believe there is any
other medicine SO good for Wbooping
DOUgh as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy," writes Mrs. Francis Tur
pln, Junction City, Ore. This rem
edy is also unsurpassed for colds
and croup. Por sale hy City Drilk'
The oldest brick building in Jack
son was destroyed by tire last week.
TIM store was built in MM, It took
three months to gel (roods from
Baltimore in those days.
For pains ill the side or chest
dampen a piece of flannel with Cham
berlain's Liniment ami bind It on
over the seat of pain. There is
nothing better. For sale by City
We have large orders to
fill, and will pay the best
market price for all you
have to sell. Come and
see us about it.
Cole & flixon fllere. Go.
Mi i xt.' l I
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Chickens, Butter & Eggs
And Get the Highest Harket Prices
day lor Superior, Wis., to make an
extended visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Blanche Bice.
Mjj. and Mrs. ('bus. Lewis "I
Leadwood an- spending a few days
with Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. aiol
M rs. Oeo. Liiwsoii.
Hay and Hani' Fatchett of Bonne
Terre spent Saturday and Sunday
the guest Of their uncle, John Pat
Ohett, at St. Francois.
Mrs. (iallagher and children Jesse,
Mabel and Ida returned Sunday
from a visit with relatives and
friends in Iron county.
Wilbur Caldwell of Btubbenvllle,
Ohio, is visiting relatives In Mis
souri and spent Sunday with his
cousin o. (I. Ooaaan and family.
Oscar Plorance of Dealoge attend
ed the entertainment given by the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Western
Federation of Miners In Tucker's
hull Friday night,
Mr. A. W. Wulfert, Mr. and Mrs.
Mackley, Mrs. John Williams and
"Orandnm" Strayborn, all of Parm
Ington, attended the funeral Sunday
of little Charles Strayborn.
Misses Lenora, Bertha, Marietta
rln and Helen l'erry and cousin,
Miss Hamuli, and Messrs. John
Dctnpecy and Hurry Chambers, ex
plored Flat Klver Shaft No. 4 one
night lust week.
Ail singers willing to help sing in
the Hamilton-Stewart meeting to
HEN we make vour
ithe we "lniiUl"
then in'" you. We
jsavc you money becauae
I though the ftrat coal may
HometimeH in- a little uhmv.
clothe made by will (jive
you twice thi- aen ice,
THEY H I -1 THEIR
They an- made "I thr
Our line f Stein Woolens
"Special Designs" is more
attractive than ever before.
An Uncle Sam Hiffhway. i THE LOCAL MARKET.
It is J.IMSI miles from ocean to Wheal ss
ocean, remarks Charles Vernon It OBtS sj
will cost l&.MO a mile to build a corn W
rock road in the average place ITtouMrUe net, nsa
throughout the United States. The Menl ISO
cost of a rock rood from ocean to MUpsiufl fsaeaedl i i-',
m ean will he hl,000,000. Fifteen llrnn " I H
million dollars Is the cost of build- Mlaed Keeil I
Ing and aojnlpplng a modern war- intyrion lis SB to m su
ship. Suppose we cut out the next uisb Potatoes lies
warship and build a rock mad from Heasf n- Bl
an to ocean. It will cost no t'r-1 n k OntcMeBI - v :
more to maintain it after it is built y.i:- mi ej
and It will not wear out and have to gatter r , -'"
lie sold for junk in ten or fifteen Bacon f W
years." umi r a it
Ripley aountr farmers say that fuum Molasses
the cotton is easier to pick since the all Villi t
worms ate the leaves on, Mooejf
able in weave.
Call on us or
let ns fall on
Tailors to Advanced Fashions
Phone SOS Farmington
jThcv arc all
WOU will find the largest stock of Heating
and Cooking Stoves at my store. See
our ALPINE PRIDE CAST RANGE. It's
a beauty for $29.25.
Am also agent for the celebrated COLUM
BIA WAGON, made of bone-dry hickory
and white oak, all A grade, soaked in hot
linseed oil. I stand behind them, and say
they are not only the best-made wagon but
the finest finished and best painted wagon
in Southeast Missouri.
J. T. CLiAYWELLi,
THE HARDWARE MAN'
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