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THE FARMINGTON TIMES. FARMINGTOtf. MISSOURI. Peruna ease3 the burden of the housekeeper by keep ing away the danger of illness resulting from colds, coughs, end Indigestion due to catarrhal condi tion. It speedily re lieves and overcomes these. Its tonic properties build p the strength of the physically weak aad run down, and its use In oonvaleeocnse, especially after grip, is remarkably bonefici&l. KEEP IT ON HAND The wise housekeeper has. yervraa on hand for Instant use even if catarrhal troubles do not call for its regular ad ministration. A dose or two la time often prevents a long illness. Liquid or tablet form. , Manalin Tablets are a splendid laxative for home use. Ask the dnrMist THE PERUNA COMPANY Columbus, Ohio GOVERNMENTAL IDEAS OF HONOR ProaiHnnt. Wilson, on several occa sions, notably in his War Message of April 2 and in his reply to the peace note of the Pope, has called attention to the fact that no peace can be main tained with the Imperial German government; that no autocratic gov ernment such as it can be trusted to keep faith; that only free people can hold their purpose and their honor steady to a common need, and prefer the interest of mankind to any nar row interest of their own. The President was only restating a difference between two systems of governmental policy, two different governmental ideas A national honor, that has long existed. The quotations given below show the American idea of a nation's honor from the inception of this government down to the pres ent day and the idea of national hon or held by the German government since the days of Frederick the Great. "The foundations of our national policy will be laid in the pure and im muable principles ofjirivate morality. There exists in thcourse of nature an indissoluble union cf virtue and happiness, between duty and advan tage, between honest policy and public felicity. The smiles of heaven can never be expected on a government that disregards the eternal rules of nrrlnr and rieht. which heaven itself has ordained." George Washington, President of the United States. April, 1789. "We are at the beginning of an age in which it will be insisted that the same standards of conduct and of re sponsibility for wrwng done shall be observed among nations and their gov ernments that are observed among the individual citizens 01 civiuu ow, REALTY BLDG.. ROOM 6 Best dental work by the latest methods and guaranteed PAINLESS EXTRTRACTIONS A SPECIALTY Phones: Office No. Ill; Residence 273 TIME CARD V EANCOIS COUNTY AND M. E. & B. T. RYS. NORTH-BOUND TRAINS No. LEAVE 210 State Hospital Farmington Depot 200 State Hospital Farmington Depot 226 State Hospital Farmington Depot 202 State Hospital Farmington Depot 204 DeLassus Farmington Depot 4:15 A. M. 4:24 A. M. 6:51 A. M. 5:53 A. M. 7:48 A. M. 8:00 A. M. 9:49 A. 10:30 A. ' 12:30 P. 12:42 P. M. M. M. M. 222 Farmington P. O. 1:55 P. M. 2 DeLassus Farmington Depot 236 State Hospital Farmington Depot 208 State Hospital Farmington Depot 6 State Hospital . Farmington Depot 1:45 P. M. 2:05 P. M. 4:29 P. M. 4:38 P. M. 6:54 P. M. 8:05 P. M. 9:34 P. M. 9:42 P. M. SOUTH-BOUND TRAINS No. LEAVE 1 Power House 201 Doe Run Flat River 203 Flat River 4:00 A. M. 4:30 A. M. 5:07 A. M. 6:37 A. M. 8:15 A. M. 8:35 A. M. 9:05 A. M. 7:50 A. M. 11:20 A. M. 1:05 P. M. J:1S P. M. 3:15 P. M. 3:45 P. M. 4:43 P. M. Doe Run Bonne Terre Flat River St. Louis Flat River Power House Flat River Bonne Terre Flat River 233 223 3 205 235 207 Flat River 3:15 P. M. 6:10 P. M. 5:31 P. M. 225 209 St. Louis Flat River St Louis Fla River 8:50 P. M. NOTES Trains Nob. ZZ3 ana s mane rum.cvw.. " Belmont Branch trains. Train No. 207 runs daily except Sunday. All i other South-bound trains run daily. ., . Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States. April, 1917. . - "We are now in a slate or necessity and necessity knows no. law. Our troops have occupied neutral Luxem burg and perhaps already entered Bel gium territory, this 13 a Dreeen ot international law. Ihe. wrong, we hereby commit we will try to make good as soona s our military aims nave been attained. He who is men aced as we are, and is fighting for his highest possession, can only consider how he is to hack his way through." The German Chancellor addressing the Reichstag. August 4, 1914. The German Chancellor was sim ply following the key note given by Frederick the Great speaking in 1740: "The question of right is an affair of ministers. Take what you can; you are never wrong, unless you are oblig ed to give back. Contrast the American and German standards of national honor. The hon or and good faith of the American government from Washington's day to Wilson's are back of the Liberty Loan Bonds. Well may they be called the safest investment on earth the pic mier security of the world. CONTROLLING PEACH TREE BORERS The peach tree borer lives most of its life as a worm embedded beneath th bark of the tree, usually lust be low the surface of the soil. Here it starts as a very small worm, eating away the life of the tree, getting lnrfrer and larrrer until it undergoes a change into a pupa and then a moth, which lays eggs for more worms to carry on their destructive work on the peach trees. The moth lays the eggs on the trunk and branches of the trpps during the summer most of the eggs being laid during July, August and September. The eggs hatch in from 10 to 15 days and the young borers enter the trees. By frost the borers have all entered the trees and some will be very small while others are nearly full grown. Draw the soil away from the trunk nf tha tree to a denth of four inches, or until the roots are exposed and for the tunnels. With a sharp lrnifo fnllnw these tunnels until the worms are found, and then kill them. The presence of a mass of gum at the base of a peach tree usually indicates the presence of borers. This gum is thickened wax which escapes where the tree is injured. There may be a number of borers in a single tree. The worker should get at least all the large ones before leaving a tree. The smaller slender white worm is often found in the sap., This is not the peach tree borer and it does no damage to the tree, but lives on the sap. Where borers are abundant, worm the trees again in the spring. Also vet rid of old worthless peach trees, practice clean culture in the or chard, and keep the bearing trees vig orous. Peach tree borers do a great deal of damage and many pebple have abandoned the growing of peaches because of them. However, they can be controlled successfully if the prop er effort is made. There is a suspicion that Hinden burg is the honorary president of the "Keep the American Navy at Home" league. Dr. R. E. Walsh Dentist FARMINGTON. MO. ARRIVE Flat River 5:00 A. M. St. Louis 8:35 A. M. Flat River 6:35 A. M. Flat River 8:36 A. M. St. Louis 11:50 A. M. Elvins 9:13 A. M. Flat River 11:06 A. M. Doe Run 11:50 A. M. Flat River 1:18 P. M. Flat River 2:36 P. M. Elvins , 3:50 P. M. St. Louis 6:10 P. M. Power House ' 2:12 P. M. Flat River 5:13 P. M. Bonne Terre 5:40 P. M. Doc Run 6:09 P. M. Flat River 8:41 P. M. Doe Run 9:25 P. M. Power House N 9:49 P. M. ARRIVE Farmington . 4:07 A. M. Hospital 4:15 A. M. 6:43 A. M. 5:51 A. M. 7:13 A. M. 7:21 A. M. 9:41 A. M. 9:49 A. M. 12:01 P. M. 12:17 P. M. 1:12 P. M. 1:25 P. M. 1:55 P. M. v 4:21 P. M. 4:29 P. M. 5:19 P. M. 5:27 P. M. 6:46 P. M. 6:54 P. M. 9:26 P. M. 9:34 P. M. Iron Mountain, Farmington Hospital . Farmington Hospital Farmington Hospital . Farmington DeLassus Farmington DeLassus Farmington Farmington Hospital Farmington Hospital Farmington Hospital Farmington Hospital W "Pk, XPV - v Cramps! Says Mrs. Frank Hag r, of Carbondale, III.; !er "I was suffering terrible cramps and pains each month, i had used . . . but it didn't give any permanent relief. The pains came back on me fust the same as before , . . After taking Cardui. 1 was entirely relieved Irom the pains, and have never been bothered with them since." TAKE The Woman's M.: Cardui should help you as it did Mrs. Hagler.as it has helped thousands of other women who suf fered from the pains and discomforts from which women suffer. Many medical authorities pre scribe the ingredients of which Cardui is com posed for the female troubles for which it is recommended. Why not try it for your trouble? All Druggists EB9 mittARrk' ORCHESTRA VISITS HOSPITAL The Rismarck Orchestra visited Hospital No. 4 at Farmington Mon Aair vpninp Thev report a most en- jn-uolilo trin and were entertained at the hospital residence. This was also tho rpo-ulnr weekly picture show nirVit nnrt the magnificent entertain mcnt hall was filled to overflowing, many visitors from Farmington be ing present, ur. wiran, oupei imvuu on maHn trip introductorv talk re lating to music in a general way and then introduced tho members of the or chestra consisting of F. H. DcGuiro, Misses Avolin Pirtle, Lorraine Tem plcton, Ruth and Marion Clanton. These accomplished musicians then ascended the rostum and furnished mu sic for the occasion. Bismarck Ga zette. ORDER OF PUBLICATION State of Missouri, County of St. Fran cois, ss. In the Circuit Court, to the November Tpvrn. 1917. Anne Bcllknap, Edward Mathews, William L. Mathews, Harvey Ma thews, and Charles C. Mathews, Plaintiffs, vs. Guy T. Sloan and Thomas W. Sloan, Ruling Elders and Acting Trustees of the Presbyterian Church at Cale donia, Missouri; J. Paul Cayce, E. C. McCormick and Luther K. Peers, Trustees of the Presbyterian Church at Farmington, Missouri; Mrs. J. A. Creighton and William M. Har lan, Defendants. On this 12th day of September, 1917, come the above named plain tiffs, by their attorney, Jerry B. Burks, "and file their petition, the ob ject and general nature of which is to contest and set aside the last will nnrl testament executed by E. M. Do- noho, now deceased, on the 17th day of March, 1917, and admitted to Probate in the Probate Court of St. Francois Cniintv March 21. 1917. on the ground nnrl for the reason that said E. M. Donnhn was not of sound and dispos ing mind and memory at the time of the execution of said will. Said peti tion further alleges that said E. M. Donoho died March 19, 1917, in the said County of St. Francois, seized and Dossessod of real and personal prop erty in said County of St. Francois and State of Missouri. That by the terms of her said supposed will the beneficiaries therein are the Presby terian Church at Caledonia, Missou ri, of which defendants, Guy T. Sloan and Thomas W. Sloan are Ruling El ders and Acting Trustees; the Pres byterian Church at Farmington, Mis souri, of which defendants, J. Paul Cayce, E. C. McCormick and Luther K. Peers, are Trustees; and defend ant, Mrs. J. A. Creighton, widow of Rev. J. A. Creighton, deceased, form erly of said City of Farmington. Said petition lurther alleges tnat aeieno ant, Mrs. J. A. Creighton, is a non resident of the State1 of Missouri, and canno(be served in said State, in the manner prescribed in Art. 4, Chap. 21, Revised Statutes 01 Missouri, iu. Wherefore, it is ordered by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in vaca tion, that said non-resident defendant be notified by publication that plain tiffs have commenced suit against her and the other defendants herein for the purpose of contesting and set ting aside said will or E. M. uonono aforesaid; and it is further ordered that unless said defendant, Mrs. J. A. Creiehton. be and appear at this Cour at the next term thereof to be begun and held in the City or farmington. County of St. Francois and state 01 Missouri, on Monday, the 12th day of Ncvember, 1917, and answer or plead to said petition in said cause on said date, the said petition will be taken as confessed and judgment entered ac cordingly. It is further ordered that a copy hereof be published in The Farmington Times, a newspaper pub lished in the County of St. Francois and State of Missouri, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the first day of said next November Term of Court. A true copy from the record. Witness my hand and Beal of the Circuit Court of St. Francois County, this 12th day of September, 1917. (SEAL) JOHN A. KNOWLES, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Sept. 14, 21, 28, and Oct. 6. if if 11 i :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: PRIMROSE Rev. R. A. Ramsey of Flat River filled his regular appointment at the T. M. B. church Saturday and Sun day- t, o.. rirman Moon was a ouiuic icno visitor Saturday morning. At the business meeting 01 me x. M. B. church Saturday evening, an election for a new pastor was held. Rev. E. J. Eaves and nev. iv. u. Ramsey were the candidates. After the vote was taken it stood 13 to 0 in favor of Rev. E. J. Javes. 1 Several from Melzo and Prospect attended church services at the T. M. B. church Sunday. , Those who were entertained m mo home of John Rawson Sunday were: Misses Nellie Moon. Blanche Rawson, Ora Roberts; Robert Jones and Ma- ion Roberts. . Ellis Moon transacted business in Blackwell Monday. Walter Grossman and family and Josh Roberts and family of Bonne Terre were guests at the home of Mrs. Roberts Sunday. W. A. Jones of Melzo nas oegun the erection of a new barn on ms farm. It will be rememoereu umi his barn was blowp down Dy a iy- clone last spring. Blackwell i Jacob Matthey was a visitor Monday evening. ..... Those who were entertained m, me home of Wm. A. Moon Sunday were. Mrs. Fettue, Mrs. Harris aim Cash. . . Lawton Grossman was in iwmie Terre Saturday. . fnvn rutting has opened up m iuu blast hero and in nearby vicinities. Mrs. Ida Jones and children were guests at the home of Wm. A. Moon Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Rawson ot Desloge eamo down Saturday on a visit to the formers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rawson. Mr. Rawson re turned home Monday, but Mrs. Raw son remained for a longer visit. Sovcal from here attended B. Y P. Y, at the Prospect school house Sunday night. John Pettes was a Bonne Terro vis itor Saturday. Mr nnrl Mrs. Jnke Pcttus and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Pratte and ba by of Bonne Terre motored out here c,,nHn nnrl attended church services. J t. 171., T;.mi. Kev. K. j. itamsey ui i iui was a guest at the home of Wm. A. Moon Saturday night. Bryan Jones of Melzo motored to Bonne Terre Saturday. ' . Primrose school opened Monday with a ve:y good enrollment. Albert Forshee of near Coonvilla attended church here Sunday. Misses Annie and Nellie Moon were shopping in Desloge one day last week. Miss Beulah Moon is going to at tend school in Bonne lerre mis year, Herman Lawson was a Bonne Terre Qitnv Knllll'riav Sorghum making has opened up here. Mrs. Alice Moon was shopping in Bonne Terre Monday. Wm. Blackwell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Murphy and baby wore guests at the home of Morris Jones Sunday. . , Mr. and Mrs. Josh Cole of near Blackwell attended church here Sun day. VALLE'S MINES Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sharp and chil dren of St. Louis are visiting her fa ther, James Thurman. W. H. Bunt was the guest of rel atives in Bonne Terre Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Dale Hawk and daughter, Miss Mabel, are visiting relatives and friends in Farmington this week. Ab, Steve and Clarence Sykes, El lis Grandjean and Luther Turley were St. Louis visitors a few days this week. ... Dan Statzel and Lewis Larkins 01 this community, left for their train ing camps Thursday. Miss Ruth Stephens was the guest of Misses Myrtle and Anna Heaton Trmi'Hdnv evenintr. Mrs. Jas. Bunt was the guest of relatives in Bonne Terre from Thurs day until Saturday. Miss Ethvline Watt is visiting at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Turley, this week. Our school is progressing nicely. Miss Mary Lientzinger is the teach er. .... Mrs. John Manwarring and chil dren of Bonne Terre visited at the home of W. H. Bunt Friday evening. S. A. Sykes is on the Bick list at this writing. Ellis Rowe of St. Louis is visiting his brother and father this week. Steve Sykes was a Bonne Terre visitor Friday. , , L. Richardson of Flat River visited his parents Saturdav and Sunday. Henry Turley and Elbridge Horn were DeSoto visitors Saturday. Lawrence Richardson was the guest of relatives in Flat River Sat urday. Geo. Turley made a business trip to Bonne Terre last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Long and son of Rivermines, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sykes and Arthur Sykes of Flat Riv er and Mrs. Vickio Smith of Bonne Torro visited at te home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sykes the latter part of last week. Several from here attended the par- tv t. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. French's Sat urday night. They report a goou time. Miss Marv Stephens was the guest of Miss Pearl Whitesel Saturday. Clarence Sykes was a Honne lerre visirnr Krttlirdnv. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turley and children visited Mr. and Mrs. U Horn of French Village Sunday. John Eaton of Desloge was out on hia Til n re Sunday. P. Burns of Festus was the guest of relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wadloo and daughter, Mrs. Nancy McKennedy, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Richard son Sundav. W. E. Heaton visited S. A. Sykes Saturday. Several from here attended the ice 1 cream sucitti v aumwi 1 night. Jake Busher and Tracy Thurman visited Emmett and Ed Rouggly Sun day. Mrs. Stella Kraft visited relatives at Leadwood Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heaton and daughter, Aletha, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bunt Sunday. Chas. Nees of Bonne Torre visited relatives here Saturday. Charley Busher was the guest of relatives in Festus Saturday) and Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Lon Bunt of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Benham of Hazel Run and Mrs. Dora Miller visited at the home of W. H. Bunt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McClain and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McClain of Bonne Terre visited Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bunt Sunday and Monday. I Mrs. R. H. Rowe and son, Ellis, were 1 guests of S. A. Sykes Sunday. Lee Hutchinson of Hazel Run and; Miss Bertha Wills visited at the home 1 of Mrs. Mary Riddle Sunday evening, j H. C. Rhodes was a guest at W. E. Heaton's Sunday night. A. P. Rowe and daughter, who have typhoid fever, are reported better at i this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Richardson, Mrs. Marv Riddle and son were in Bonne Terre on business Monday. Miss Emma Motherslioad or ue Soto is visiting Mjss Pearl Whitesel this week. Misses Pearl Whitesel and Emma Mothershead were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Whaley .Monday. Miss Myrtle Heaton visited Mrs. .Tns. Runt Mondav and Tuesday. Lon and James Bunt were mus- boro visitors Tuesday. Miss M. Hawk is visiting relatives at Farmington this week. COFFMAN Mrs. Florian Klein returned to her home in Ste. Genevieve last Tuesday from visiting relatives and friends in t.us community. Ben Graham and family and Miss Ophia Graham spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bauer. Wm. Gegg returned to his home Tuesday from Miami, Ariz. Miss Anna Schrader of River Aux Vases has employment at Tucker Boyd's. Hugh McFarland spent Sunday at C. L. Bauer's. Mr. McFarland spent Sunday with Fritz Pfeifer near Eads, Mo. Ben Graham and James Bauer de parted for St. Louis Sunday evening. The infant child of Mr. and Mvs. Wm. A. Smith died Sunday, Sept. 23. Louis and Philip Kritler transacted business in this community Tuesday. Henry Bauer and cousin, Doc Rig don, of River Aux Vases, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lnas. j Bauer. Frank Graves stopped here over Sat urday and visted until his wife came for him from River Aux Vases. Geo. Fannioetock and family have moved to our village. . We welcome them. Mr. Shaw drove a fine bunch of cat tle out of this community Monday. Richard Adams, J. C. Boyd and Chas. Coffman of this place were Mi ami, Okla., visitors last week. Marcus Smith was in town on bus iness Tuesday. Mr. Graves and his crew of men are busy putting in ties and repairing the railroad. J. M. Fulkerson of Fredericktown was in our midst looking for hickory timber with a view to placing a handle factory at this place, if the timber supply is sufficient to operate on. Richard Adams and family were Avon visitors Sunday afternoon. Douglas Nelson of St. Mary's was in, our community on business Tues day. Wm. Rudloff of Minnith was in our community on business last Tuesday. Charles Coffman was a Farming ton visitor last Sunday. T. M. Boyd and family motored to Doe Run to the Baptist Association last Sunday. T. M. Boyd purchased a new Ford touring car last week. DIED On Sundav. Sent. 23. 1917. the an gel of death came into our midst and plucked from us one ot our lairos'w. brightest flowers, taking away Wil liam Marcus Smith, little son of Mr. vnd Mrs. Wm. A. Smith, of Cotiman, Mo. ago one year and nine days. His death was due to acute gastri tis. He had been ailing all summer, but was taken seriously ill Tuesday, the 18th, until death called him away. He leaves a broken-hearted mother and father, grandparents, several unls and uncles and a host 01 friends to mourn his death.. We think of death as parting, but let us think of it as meeting, and strive dear parents, to meet him on the other side. The funeral took place on Tues day morning, Sept. 25th, at 9 o'clock at S. S. Phiiip and James church at River Aux Vases, where funeral ser vices were held by Rev. T. C. Bochle man, after which the body of our dar ling baby was conveyed to the Paro- cmal cemetery and laid to rest. ne large concourse of relatives and friends attested tho love they bore him. The Lord said. "Suffer little c.hil dron to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven. We miss our darling baby, We all did love so well, But up above we'll meet him Whore the good forever dwell. Sad too soon tho calling Of dear William, loved by all; We little thought our baby Would so early hear the call. A precious one has left us; A voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. Wo knew -when babe was smiling. Reaching out with dimpling hands, He saw the face or Jesus mere And we said: "babe understands Candy of Quality The increased popular ity of Nunnally's Fine Candies is a sufficient recommendationof their superiority. No cheap centers are hidden .beneath the rich delicate coating but the same uniform quality that characterizes each box is characteristic of each piece. Only the choicest ma terials are used in the manufacture of Nun nanally's. These, with unusual care, make them the most delicious confections. Fresh by Express. E. M. Laakman Exclusive Dealer, Farmington, Mo. We miss your pleasant greetings, Wo miss your smiling face; Our home is sad without you, When we see your vacant place. Oh! the hope! the hope is present Thut soon we'll. happy be, Where all shall be so happy, From care and pain bo free. You're gone, but not forgotten, And your memory ne'er shall fade, And longing hearts will linger Where our darling tiaDe is laiu. Sadlv missed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Smith. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart-felt thanks to all of our good neighbors tnd relatives for their many acts of kindness and sympathy shown us dur ing the illness and at the death of our dearly beloved baby. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Smith. KNOB LICK (Too late for last week.) John Lemon, who lias employment at Mine La Motte, is visiting homo folks this week. Will Sweeny and wife of Mine La Motte spent Sunday with Mr. ail! Mis. Jce Brown. John Wells was a Farmington vis itor Monday. Mrs. Jennie Erwin spent Tuesday with Mrs. Alf Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Chamberlain of Farmington were guests of Mr.-and Mrs. Alex Chamberlain Sunday. Miss Mary Erwin is visiting friends and relatives in the Lead Belt this week. Thos. Marshall, who has employ, ment at Mine La Motte, spent Satur day night and Sunday with home folks. ' .. Mrs. Mary Black and family of Farmington were guests of her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garrett. Mrs. Julia Lynn was the guest of Mrs. Cora Clark one day last week. Miss Grace Erwin spent Sunday with friends on Route b. Miss Bertha Wells spent Saturday night with her cousin, Maud wells. Willie Clark visited nome ioiks Saturday night and Sunday. Nolas Klob was a pleasant cauer at. the home of Ed Marshall Sunday night. Miss Lena Wells spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. Alf Clark. Misses Minnie anu i.ucy x.eiiiun pent. Tuesday evening with Mary Marshall. Ilenrv Chamberlain and wiio 01 Farmington visited the former s pa rents, Mr. aad Mrs. Alex Chamber lain, Sunday. Everett Marshall viaitcu J. r.. rar rott Sunday morning. J. D. Wells and Willie Clark wera Knob Lick visitors Saturday evening. Lena Mells was the guest ot fciia Clark Sunday evening.. Ed Erwin was visiting home folks Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. W. 1 . i'arrott was tne .guest 01 Mrs. C. W. Marshall Sunday everung. Mrs. Charley Chacman 13 spending this week with friends and relatives in Doe Run. Miss Elsie Hutchings was the gues., of Eva Marshall Friday. Misss Clara Bayless and George Wallace of Kncb Lick attended church at Brightstone Thursday night Mrs. Ed Clan: visueu iurs. uua. Marshall Monday. Miss Deby Murry returned to her heme in Doe Run Sunday. Miss Mabel Ebrccht, who is teacn ing tha Brightstone fcho-jl. spent Saturday and Sunday witn homo -ol.js. J'ifs Sadie Envia was ins g-i Eva Wells Saturday night. Miss Bertha Parrott -r.rcnt Monday evening witn tva wj.fi.au. Several irom jxnoD x.:ci suyn'-vx ctwrch at Cnght.itcBe ThurcJa? nighf: Mrs. C. W. Marshall mtuvred hem 3 Friday, after a few lav3-visit with her daughter at Lcughboro. Miss Edith Kbim attended shgirg at Brightstone Sunday night Bart and Ecllo Crepps of Esther were Brightsicne - visitors Saturday night. . Ed Marshall was a Farmington vis itor one day last weiic. Miist Mary Erwin visited Dobb Murry Thursday night. A party was given at the home of 1 Mr. and "Mrs. Alf Clark Saturday night. Those present wore: Misses Maud Wells, Grace Erwin, Eva Mar shall, Debby Murry, Lena and Bertha Wells. Mary Erwin, Ella Clark, Tom and Everett Marshall, Bart and Rollo Crepps, John Lemmon, Ernest Par roct, Bert Cook. Ben and Ed Craw ford. John Mund, John Wells, Fred Willie Clark, Herman and Charley Cassabaum and Ed Davis.