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THE FARMINGTON TIMES, FARMINGTON. MISSOURI.
PAGE FIVB LOCAL BflKNTIOK A BUNDLE OK GOOD CHEEK However good you may be, you ave faults; however dul! you may fee, ou can find out what some of them re, and however slight they may be, ou had better make some not too ninfnl but natient efforts to iret rid f them. Ruskin. More New Hats! Mrs. S. C. Watts. W. B. Rariden is. in Jefferson county this week buying mules. John Swink transacted business in St. Louis the first of the week. Mrs. Fannie L;mg Shuw left Mon day to spend the week in St. Louis. Thomas Woods of Detroit, Mich., is here on a short visit with relatives. Born March , 1917, to the wife of Thomas Chapman of Knob Lick, a son. Jack Burnette of Bethem, Penn., returned home Sunday for a visit with his parents. FOR SALE Rhode Island Red set ting eggs, $1.00 for 15, prepaid to any address. T. F. O'Bannon, Route 2, Farmington, Mo. 9-6t Sam Conway left Monday for Bis marck to move some residences and do other carpenter work. The best dinner to be had in Farm, ington is at "the Flash Light Restau rantonly 35 cents. W. B. Phillips, proprietor. 8-2w Northern Seed Potatoes at $2.75 per bushel at the Coffman Mercantile Co.'s store, Coffman, Mo. J. S. Clay reports the sale of US) acres of land in Ste. Genevieve coun ty to Daniel O'Sullivan for $1600. WANTED A young man able to work on a farm, and also run a car. Farm wages and board. Loyd Fergu son, Mine La Motte, Mo. A .. I.. . ... .,,.,! I..,,.) Smith business college students, spent the latter part of the week at bikeston. Dr. and Mrs. Goodykoontz of Cale donia spent Saturday and Sunday here with their daughter, Mrs. T. H. Ilolman. Miss McDill, the Enterprise hat trimmer, returned from St. Louis Monday, where she had spent the past four weeks. All that's new in Millinery will be found here at reasonable prices. Mrs. S. C. Watts. Mrs. Paul Leming and little son, Edward Rozier, of Cape Girardeau are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kozier. Judge Peter Huck adjourned court Tuesday and went to St. Louis to see his son, who is undergoing treatment in a hospital there. Peter Giessing, Jr., and wife spent the first of the week in St. Louis vis iting Mrs. Giessing's parents, Mr. and Mis. Wm. O'Sullivan. The Flash Light Restaurant, north side Public Square, serves Faust's blend coffee. A. T. Clark has removed from near Doe Run to Farmington and is occu pying the Nave property, corner Col lege avenue and A street. Opening display of Spring and Summer Millinery Saturday, March 17. Mrs. S. C. Watts. J. "C. Watson left Wednesday for Jefferson City on business andtjwill go on to Miami. Oklahoma, to look after his mineral interests there. Mrs. W. G. Patton went to St. Louis Tuesday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Willis Young, wife of the well known surgeon of that city. Mr; and Mrs. E. G. Kraft of Wib ster Groves are here to attend the sale of their farming implements and live stock on their farm on route one. FOR SALE Kitchen Cabinet, Safe and Wardrobe. Call phone 204. Chili Concarne is served at the Flash Light Restaurant. Try it, you'll like it. o-zw Eugene Karsch, who has fteen on his fathers farm near the Missouri-Ai Kansas line, has returned to Farming ton and is employed in the Farmers Bank. Miss Bunty Smith left Monday for Cane Giftardeau to enter the formal at that place. She has been visiting her brother, Taylor Smith, here the past few days. For the best Dental work, with least possible pain, call on Dr. Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Burnette .are rejoicing over the arrival of a son; Friday morning, March 2, 1917. Tom says the boy will be either a butcher or a soldier, according to where be is i.eedeJ most. New Madrid Record. WANTED A farm hand with small family. Chas. Ryan, R. R. 5. Anna D.. the youngest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Bailey, who un derwent a severe operation last fall for supposed tumor on the brain, baa been very low the past week and her family and friends are very much con cerned over her condition. Just 9D steps from ihe coat-office, you will find the hat that -suits you at the Enterprise. Try it and see. Mr. find Mrs. JorAi C. McCormick are here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. McCormick has secured a posi tion with one of the leading mercan tile finis of Charleston and will lo cate there. John has many friends here who wish him every success. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Waters re turned Sunday from a stay of several weeks in Hot Springs, Ark. They left Hot Springs on different trains and came by different routes, as Mr. Waters desired t6 visit his New Mad rid county farm, while Mrs. Waters wished to vist with friends en route. But they met up at DeLassus, not withstanding, and actually arrived home together. FARM: 36-aere appfe orchard and garden, in very good condition. Only 1 3-4 miles southeast of Bismarck, Mo. Orchard has 1250 trees, mostly DelU cious, Jonathan, Wincsap and Trans parent. Large springs and creek. Two-room house and two small poul try sheds. This is part of the Kiepe farm, and will sacrifice for $1,800.00 to insure quick sale. John A. Lange, 25 Aberdeen Place, St. Louis. 8-2. J. B A.UejL.of JxersitCity is here on business. Benj. H. Marbury is attending court at Potosj this week. Spring clean-up work has already started, and will soon be in full force. Prof. Granger of the Esther school spent Saturday and Sunday here with friends. Raphael Horn, who is employed in Flat River, spent Sunday here with relatives. Hoyd Davis has purchased a Ford roadster from the St. Francois Motor Company. The St. Francois Mining and Pros pecting Co. a few days ago sold 47 acres of mineral land near Miami, Okla., for $35,000. Who will we have for Mayor? That is the leading question just now. The question of who to choose for Alder men is also a close second. Indian Joe's Wild West Show that was shown at the Monarch Wednesday night attracted a large crowd. All seemed to be well entertained. Miss Sally Semar, teacher of Valle's Mines school, was here last Thursday and Friday taking the teacher's ex amination. Miss Sally reports her school to be progressing very nicely. FARM FOR SALE 120 acres, 7 miles east of Bonne Terre, Mo.; 70 acres in fine timber. For particulars address G. Couriskey, 3426 Oregon Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 7-4t. The High School basket ball team left yesterday for Cape Girardeau to pluy in the basket ball tournament for the Southeast Missouri championship. They were accompanied by Coach J S. Dearmont. There were several light flurries of snow the last of the week, but they did not linger long. The weather of this week has been moderating, until now the bright, sunshiny days have again set the "spring bug" to crawl ing, and then' ire again rumors of planting gardens. Prepare early to swat the fly. But you should not only swat the fly, but put things in shape to give him such a cheerless reception that he will be so discouraged as to either commit suicide br look for some place more in viting to his taste. A fly swatted in time prevents iibout nine million, so it is claimed. The Times is pleased to place on its "X" list this week the Harrington (Del.) Journal, of which J. Harvey Burgess, late of the Morehouse Hus tler, has just taken charge. While Southeast Missouri misses the "Vap id Vaporings" of J. Harvey, we are gratified to note that he is apparently well located in his eastern home. And as the muse went with him, we will still be able to catch the far echo of his sweet "soprano" each week. "The Musical Guardsmen" appeared at the Monarch last night, being the final number of the past season's Ly ceum course. There were six young men in the company, and they proved to be a rare treat, holding the closest and rapt attention for one and one half hours. Every member of the com pany is a musical genius. We underr stand that next winter's Lyceum has already been arranged for, with even higher grade attractions, if possible, than the one just closing. t There has been a very' noticeable change for the better in the conduct of som auto drivers about Farming- ton recently. They have evidently been forced to the realization that others have the same rights on the public thoroughfare as they -them selves have. Anyway, their manner of procedure iia recently undei'onii a decided change. They are even care ful to park their machine on the right side of the streets. 1 his is as it should be, and will meet the hearty approval of all law-abiding citizens. Theo. Hodge,f Campbell, Mo., was in Farmington the first of the week looking over the field with a view tu going into business at this point. He was abundantly pleased with the con ditions and prospects here, as he saw them, and concluded to take advan tage of the opportunities. Conse quently, he rented the Merrill- Pipkin business house, on the West side of the square, and will open a specialty store therein about the 20th inst. Mr. Hodge has had eleven years' expert ?nce in this particular line of busi ness, and should thoroughly under stand it. He will keep three traveling men in the field throughout the Lead Belt and in adjacent counties, but Farmington will be their headquar ters. Mr. Hodge should be welcomed ;o this city. HIS THIRD BIRTHDAY Little Taylor Smith, Jr., will cele brate the third anniversary of his birthday this afternoon at the hom? Sf hi9 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Smith, and has invited the following ittle tots to play with him and en joy the goodies prepared by his moth '.r'for the occasion: Little Mi33es Bettie Fleming, Mary Gene Hart, v'iiginia Lang, Mary Genevieve f.ang, Lois Brewer, Sarah M. Roberts, Helen Spaugh, Reva Walsh, Janet Weber, Dorothy Eugas, Gwendolin Robinson, Mary Boyd, and Masters Silly Barker, Ted Pipkin, Billy Black edge, Robert O. Lloyd, James E. Klein, sRobert and Earl Spradling, Edward Rozier Leming, Jack Swink, John ' McCarthy, Woodrow Wilson Williams, Walter Hensley, Jr., Ben Marbury, Jr., John Boyd, Morrison Harlan, Bert Beal, Jr., and Stewart Johnson. THE LOCAL MARKET Wheat, per bu SI 90. . 5.70 1-15 1.40 2.25 2.40 2.15 1.25 .80 3.00 3.75 .30 flour, per 100 Ids $5.;i0 to Meal, unbolted, per bu Meal, bolted, per bu Mixed feed, per 100 lbs Ship stuff, per 100 lbs Bran, per 100 lbs Corn, per bushel Oats, per bu Irish Potatoes Seed Potatoes Butter, per lb Eggs, per dozen 1 . . . . .2" Chickens, spring, per lb . . 17 to .20 Hens, per ro . . . , Id Ducks, per lb 16 Bacon, per lb .24 Hay, per ton 15.00 VALLE'S MINES Miss Mry Stevens of Bonne Terre visited her mother, Mrs. E. Turley, Wednesday; arid Thursday. Miss Sadie Rowe was the guest of Mrs. Jam8 Bunt Wednesday. Lee Douglas left for Herculaneum Thursday to seek employment. Miss Nina Benham of Hazel Run visited Miss Blanche Sykes Wednes day and jTiursday. Miss Velma Meyers of Leadwood is visiting her mother, Mrs. Margaret Meyers, this week. There was a party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Wednesday night. Those present were: Misses Myrtle, Anna, Ada and Olga Heaton; Cora Busher, Blanche Sykes, Stella Richardson, Mary Ste phens, Pearl Whitesell, Nina Ben ham and Bertha Wills; Messrs. Ar thur, Clarence and Earl Sykes, Burl and Albert Kiddle, Press Burns, Ho mer Rhodes, Charley and Jake Busher, Ed Heaton, Tom Horn, Lee Douglas, Rube Cole, Henry Nicholls, Maurice Whitesell and Charley Shannon, Wm. and Otto Doe, Paul Parrot, Shelt and Harvey Richardson of Hazel Run. All left at a late hour declaring they had a most enjoyable time. Miss Edith Rowe visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. Nees, Friday. Miss Sally Semar was a Farming ton visitor Friday and Saturday. Several from here attended the dance at Mr. and Mrs. Lenton Millen's Saturday night. Bryan Thurman of St. Louis is vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thurman. Misses Ada and Anna Heaton, Cora Busher, Messrs. Charley and Jake Busher, Edward Heaton, Bud Riddle, Ab, Arthur and Earl Sykes, FOmmett and Edmond Rouggly attended the dance at Mr. and Mrs. Fcnton Millen's Saturday night. Harry Lester visited relatives in Leadwood Monday. Gentry Larkins of St. Louis visit ed at the home of R. H. Rowe Sun day. Oliver Sykes of Flat River visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sykes, Sunday. Homer Rhodes visitad at the home of W. E. Heaton Sunday. Miss Florence Horn visited her pa rents at French Village Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linquest of Bonne Terre are visiting at the home of C. R. McClain. Mrs. Press Ratty visited at the home of Henry Kelly Monday. Wm. Holmes and Perry Whitesell of Festus visited relatives here Sat urday and Sunday. Ab Sykes, who has been visiting in Farmington, returned home Saturday. Lewis Larkins of St. Louis visited his father, Wm. Larkins, Saturday and Sunday. Lee Hammock of Flat River was a Valle's Mines visitor Sunday. Delia Porterfield visited her parents at East Bonne Terre . Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Meyers and daugh ters, Velma and Clara, visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Riddle Sunday. Geo. Barbey visited at the home of J. A. Busher Sunday. E, Horn visited at the home of Henry Turley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turley visited Lon and Geo. Moore Sunday. Luther Turley was a Bonne Terre visitor Tuesday. ELVINS G. W." Howell transacted business in St. Louis several days iast week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watts, March 1st, a fine boy. Quite a number from Elvins attend ed the Community Chorus at Flat River Thursday night. B'loyd Gilbert has accepted a posi tion as clerk in Carr & Thompson's store. Miss Melva Layne left last week for Cape Girardeau to enter the Nor mal. Joe Matthews of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., visited his sjster, Miss Archie .Matthews, hunday. Dr. G. W. Tidwell transacted busi ness in Farmington last Friday. Miss Edna Barton visited hom t folks in Esther Sunday. Miss Zelpha McGuire, who is teach ing school at Knob Lick, visited home folks Saturday ard Sunday. Carr Hartshorn transacted business in Farmington Monday. Mr. H. Francis of Bonne Terre was an Elvins visitor Monday. Emmett Reeee visited his sister, Mrs. H. Rudy, in Bonne Term Mor. day. v Carl Lupkcy visited home folks in Herculaneum Sunday. His siste,-, Miss Mabel Lupkey, returned with him for a short visit. v Mrs. R. Haynes and children ef Bonne Terre visited in Elvins Mon day. Miss Emma Ruddick was a Flat River visitor Monday. Miss Minnie Critiser and Miss Oral Baker returned home Friday from Murquend, where they have been leaching in the public school. Miss Myrtle Jones is spending the week in Flat River. Mrs. Wm. O'Hceron and Mrs. Grant Recce visited in Bone Terre Friday. Miss Byrchlain Marshall of Ste. denevieve visited in i-lvins Saturday ond Sunday. Rev. S. Bennett transacted business i,i Flat River Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jenkins visited in Flat River Tuesday. The Elvins Literary Society will Is hnpprtnj to yoi-.- viiols flock by the wholcisoni', HmftOKfttMi MwWi or Poultry Regulator Ita He nin':es rr.ort- ceir-, a Krottrr per cnt fertile, binirar hatchw, strength 1 clucks, uaraateed or Hony Baca. M Has. iio, hoc. s: : s MM M-W w uimy .13 Leuder's Saddlery V meet Friday night and the following program will be rendered: Piano Solo Susie Francis. Lecture I. N. Threllkoll. Duet Leslie Maurer and Lolo Size more. Violin Solo 11a Abshier. Rending Kate Dempsey. Piano Solo Ralph Delcour. Duet Manda O'Heeron and Mrs. Chas. Waters. Mnonlogue Vida Abshier. The members of the "L. O. P. H." Club were delightfully entertained by Miss Minnie Colbert and Miss Opal Cage at the borne of Mrs. Wm. O'Hee ron last Friday night. All present re ported an enjoyable evening. Dainty refreshments .fere served. BUIGHTSTONE Fine weather at this writing. W. F. Parrott of Route 3, Fred ericktown, was a Knob Lick visitor Friday. Mrs. I. N. Shannon of Mt. Oak was visiting Mrs. C. W. Marshall Thurs day. Wm. Lemon was a Fredericktown visitor Monday. Edward Erwin, who has been very 111, is reported better and able to be about. Everett Marshall was a Knob Lick visitor Wednesday. Katie Clark, who has been on the sick list for some time, is reported bet tejn Mrs. Maggie Martin was shopping in Knob Lick Friday. Eva Wells is on the sick list at this writing. Thos. Marshall was in Knob Lick Saturday. J. D. Wells was a business visitor in Knob Lick Saturday. "Mutt and Jeff" are getting ready to make garden. Wm. Marshall and wife of route (i were Knob Lick vistors Saturday. Geo. Raines of Farmington was a business vistor in Knob Lick last week. J. D. Wells was hauling ties to Knob Lick last week. Several from here attended thy dance at Theodore Anderson's Satur day night. Polly Parrott of Mine La Motte spent Sunday here with home folks. Will Sweeny of near Mine La Motte was a KnOb Lick visitor Saturday. John Lemon left Monday for Mine La Motte, where he has employment. Everett Anderson of Sweetwater was visiting home folks here Sunday. Miss Ella Clark was the guest of Mary Erwin Saturday evening. Mrs. John Wels was shopping in Knob Lick Saturday. Alf Clark was hauling ties to Knob Lick last week. John Lemon was visiting Tom Mar shall Sunday evening. MisR Eva Marshall and Miss Mary Erwin were guests of Mary Clark Sunday evening. There was a birthday party given at John Wells' Monday night. Those present were, Birdie Kinneman, Grace and Mary Erwin, Eva Marshall, Ber tha Wells, Maude Wells, Dan Clark, Tom Qnnterberry, Everett Anderson, Tom and Everett Marshall, Oscar Kinnern'an, Park O'Bannon, Ed and Jesse Erwin, Henry Lee and Arthur Hightower, Willie Clark and Dewey Erwin. All had a jolly time. C. W. Marshall was a FarmjVigton visitor Tuesday. Maude Wells visited home folks Monday. Mary Clark went to Farmington Tuesday. Ihos. Marshall went to Flat River Tuesday to seek employment. FLAT RIVER Arla Bates was home from Rolla for an over-Sunday visit with parents. Miss Dorothy Keith of Rivermines was home from Lindenwood College for the week-end. Miss Mary Stophlet was home from Caledonia Saturday and Sunday. Supl. J. U. White was in Ironton Tuesdayi; afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Chapman of Farmington was iri Flat River on Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Marshall and Mrs. Chas. Gunther cf Bonne Terre were in FTat River Tuesday and attended the Presbyterian bazaar and oyster sup per. Mrs. Theresa Kingsland, who has been ill lor several days, is recovering. Friends in town have received an nouncement of the marriage of Miss Jessie A. Fobister and Mr. Franklin Charles Grumewald, at the home of her parents in Lyons, Wisconsin. Miss Fobister was the assistant of Dr. S. W. Stophlet, pastor of the Presbyter ian Church, for several years, and made many friends throughout the Lead Belt, who will wish her much happiness. The S. S. Teachers' Graded Union met at the Presbyterian Church last Monday evening and completed the organization, adopted a constitution and transacted other business. Mr. Carroll Norwine led the devotional service. Rev. M. H. Markley, Miss Wike, Dr. S. W. 'Stophlet and Miss Emma Rogers had the program for the evening. At the close, refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held in the Christian Church, on the first Monday evening in April. Miss Irene Goff was home from Lin denwood College for an over-Sunday visit. Dr. F. L. Keith last week sold his Buick roadster and while in the city purchased a Maxwell Couplet, which is a very attractive looking machine. Norman Topping is again confined to the house with sickness. Miss May Cover was over from Farmington Tuesday to meet her pu pils and direct the play to be given by the High School soon, for the benefit of the Library, Prof. Fleming was in St. Louis ov er Sunday, the guest cf his parents. The Lead Belt Woman's Club is making' arrangements to present a play during Easter week. At the request of a huge number of people the club is also arranging to have another meeting of the Com munity Chorus within the next two or three weeks. The meeting of the Cho rus last Thursday evening was a ver'1 successful affair. Dr. G. A. Magrud cr made an excellent leader and proved himself to be the man for the place. A number of patriotic and Saturday March 10, Is National ORANGE DAY We want you to buy Oranges to get you to do so we shall sell all Oranges 5 cents per dozen less than regular price on this day and gaur antee every one to be sound, sweet and juicy. Regular 40c dozen Oranges 35c dozen 35c " 30c " 30c " " 25c " . 25c " 20c " Remember these prices for Saturday only. Klein Grocer Co, old-time melodies were sung by the uudience, and by request Miss Jean Stophlet sang the verses of "Annie Laurie", the audience joining in the I chorus and a male quartette composed of Messrs Ramsey, lnman, Wclby and Johnson, sang several selections, re sponding to an encore. Mrs. F. L. Keith was the pianist for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keeffe of Federal returned Thursday night from a very enjoyable trip to El Paso, Tex as. Mrs. A. W. Miller spent Thursday in Bonne Terre. The ft proa sale and oyster supper given by the ladies of the Presbyterian Church last Tuesday evening was a success in every way. They are plan ning a rug sale for spring and at Easter will have their fourth annual flower sale. Mrs. Harry Buckley was in St. Louis Thursday buying goods for their store in Taylortown. Misses Milrded Keith and Jean Stophlet have opened their Kindergar ten in the so'cial room of the Presby terian Church. Anyone wishing to send children should notify them at once. Miss Geraldine Cullom of St. Louis was the guest of Mary Stophlet for the week end. Miss Dorothy Wetzel of St. Louis and Miss Rebecca Graham of Padu cah, Ky., were guests of Jean Stoph let Sunday. These young ladies are both students of Lindenwood College anud friends of Miss Jean's while she was in Lindenwood last year. Misses Mary and Jean had luncheon for them on Saturday and Miss Mildred Keith gave a "Pink Tea" on Saturday after noon in honor of her" sister, Dorothy. Lee Smith has resigned his position at the Bonne terre depot. Mr. and Mrs. I). P. Goff were in Deslogc Tuesday calling on Mr. and Mrs. j. L. Goff, who left on Wednes day to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ol ga Mac Laggart in San Francisco. Mrs. F. L. Keith and Glenwood spent Tuesday in Bonne Terre the guests of relatives. ELVINS Mrs. John Paul of Doe Run spent Saturday in this city with relatives. Alonzo Crabdree was in Bismarck Saturday. Mont and Eugene Hughes motored to Farmington Friday. Tom McCroery, Sr., and wife de parted for Webb City Wednesday, where they wili make their home. Miss Rosa Home of Hazel Run is the guest of Fred Schek und family this week. Dewey Smith spent Sunday after noon in Bonne Terre. Roy Haynes and family of Lead wood spent Monday at the home of Pete Pulitte and family. Wm. Smith and wife spent Friday evening in Farmington. C. Allen and family moted Friday to their new residence in Flat River. Mont Hughes and Fred Halter mo toied to Bonne Terre Sunday. Ira Black of Flat River transact ad business in this city Monday. M. E. Barber spent Saturday in Leadwood the guest of relatives. Lewis Baker has accepted a posi tion in the Doe Run Lead Co.'s office at Rivermines. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs.' S. W. McCoy, a boy. Miss Mae Wright returned to her home in Fredericktown Friday. LICENSED TO MARRY Feb. 28th, V. C. Hammer of Flat River and Edith Mauk of Bismarck. March 1, Samuel W. Martin and Docia Williams of Elvins. 2nd. Chas. E. Wilcox of St. Loui?. and Virgie May Hardin of Elvins. 5th, Thos. Crowdor and Josephine Eckstrom of Desloge. 5th, John E. Conley and Ida Pearl Movers of Leadwood. 7th, E. Nabors of Elvins and Eth-jl Barron of Coffman. Everything- every week- $1 Dr. REALTY BLDG., ROOM 6 Best dental work by the latest rr.cticdc ?.::d guaranteed PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS A SPECIALTY Phones: Office No. Ill; Residence 273 gnii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i mi i m i it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tin 1 1 1 1 Church Notices t toftrU 1 1( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 til 1 1 1 lit 1 1 1 1 1 It TI 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 ri 1 1 IS Christian Science Subject: "Man." Golden text: Job. 28:28. Services are held each Sunday morn ing at eleven o'clock and We.l.iesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the News building. The Wednesday night meet ing is the testimony meeting. A frco public reading room, maintained in the same building, is open on Monday and Thursday afternoons from two to four o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services and visit the reading room. Presbyterian Church. Rev. Robert S. Boyd, Pastor. Services at 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Financial Creed of the Christian Steward." Evening service at 7:30. Subject: "Old Fire-Side Religion' Christian Endeavor meets at 6:45 eery Sunday evening just before the church service. The young people will sing at the evening church service. Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m. Mid-week prayer service Wednes day at 7:30 o'clock. Topic: "The Val ue of Daily Prayer." Lutheran Church H. Hallerberg, Pastor. Third Sunday in Lent. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. German preaching service at 10:30 a. m. Subject of sermon: "Depriving the Crucified Christ of His Garments." English preaching service in the evening at 7:30. Subject of sermon: "God Commending His Love to Sin ners." The Bcrea Bible class meets next Wednesday evening. The Concordia Y. P. S. meets next Thursday evening. M. E. Church H. A. Mitchell, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30. A real live school; visit US. Junior sermon at 10:30, followed by a sermon on the subject: "Following Christ." Junior Endeavor at 3 p. rr. Epworth League at 6:30. A spe cially pleasing service is prt pared, Come with us. "True to Our Trust", i.- the sub ject at 7:30. Welcome, one end all. A GIFr CHARM THAT COMES BACK THOUGH OFTEN LOST A watch charm belonging to Asses sor L. O. Wells has been lvl four times and as often found ard return ed to him. It was a gift tt him from Mrs. Wells before they were mftnied, and cf course !:r value? it xe.y highly. The charm is a Masonic emblem. Within it there Is a rieture if Mrs. Wells. It was IftCt the lirti tirr.o while Wells was hunting in the ipsuntftkw of Colorado. The following day, in going over the sunn.' trail, he discov ered the je-e! at the bottoSi of a clear streiin. A second time ihe charm disap peared while Wells vva? on a train bor.nd for St. Louis. This. liftM it was found by a traveling mnn who recog nized tfie picture of Mrf. W I The third los took place .vhen he was cn a hunting trip in Sit. Gene vieve county, but f.gain he recovered it upon doubli.ig over the the trail. Agcin, while boating in Iron Main tain Lake, Wells lc?t the 'jp.rm. ige year later n fisherman, whtr 'm.iK. brought the jewel to the S$tffiC8 and returned it to the r.wr.tr. Do you beli. vc ir. ihr "BUY AT HOME ' doctrine? If yen do you !:.hii ,d have a spare in this department. It cntfl you but 25c a w.vtk. The subject mat ter will be changed each wc'Js. R. E. Walsh FARMINGTON, MO itistffK