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THE FARMINGTON TIMES, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, MARCH 7, 1919.
PA6F- FIGHT :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: LEADWOOD Wright Eaton, of Bonne Terre, was in Leadwood Tuesday of this week to lock after some business matters. Miss Ruth Sutton, one of th teach ers in the Leadwood school, wct.t over lo Elving Saturday of last woek to vis it her parents. . Ed. Cartce made a business trip to Bonne Torre Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Henry Edmunds visiteu ivirs. K. Appleberry of Bonne Terre last Mrs. H. L. Stapp went over to Bis marck last Sunday to visit several days with relative and friends in that CltRose Blake, formerly of Leadwood and now of Miama, Okla., has gone to Washington D. C. to look after some buaines mattrce. ' Mrs. Jake Goodman was a St. Lou is visitor one day last week. The folowing was taflen from a Batasvillo, Ark, :pper: "Corporal Ernest Eaton, son of Mr. ana Mrs. J. H. Eaton (formerly of Leadwood) who are connected with the Oklahoma Kansas Mining Company, arrived in Eatesville Saturday night from Ring gold, Tex., where he is in tha si n ice in the cavalry, and will spend a fifteen day furlough visiting his parents at the mines. Corporal Eaton has just recently returned to the States from the Hawaiian Islands where he has been in the service of his country for the past twenty months. He is en titled to three silver stripes for his service." The writer thought this would ' be interesting news to Mr. Eaton's many friends here at Lead- MiBs Oma Ray, who was formerly employed by the Tollcson Mercantile Company of this city, is now employ ed bv the Miller Mercantile Company rf Elvins. Miss Ray went over to F.lvins last Sunday to begin work. Rev. G. A. McFarland preached at Mitchell Thursdav nieht of last week, Quite a crowd of people attended the 6ervice. Dr. R. ADDleberrv. of Bonne Torre was called to Leadwood Tuesday of this week. The afternoon train goes at 2:40 p. ni. now instead of 2:25 as heretofore. The Epworth League of the Lead wood Methodist Cchurch will meet on Tuesday evening of each weok at 7 p. in. instead of on Sunday evening jis heretofore. The change was made in order that more time might be giv er, to ihe programs, r Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McMuliin and Mrs. B. F. Towl motored to St. Louis in Mr. McMullin's car Friday of last woek. They had quite a few mishaps on the trip, one of which caused Mr. McMuliin to have to walk abcut two miles for help. Whon they returned home they found that the water pipes in their homo had tbursted and the tilace was literally flooded. It is not an easy matter to account for why so much bad luck came all Ht once unless it was because they started' on Friday. Mrs. I). H. McKenzie visited Mrs. G. A. McFarland ami Mrs. Lynn VanLear Thursday of last weok. The Leadwod W. C. T. U. met at the home of Mrs. Golohar on Tuesdy af ternoon. . Mrs. Bort Stapp and H. L. Stapp were Bismarck visitors last Sunday. Garden making will be the order of the day in Leadwood son if the fine weather continues. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laturno, Mr. and Mrs. John McEwen and Mr. and Mrs. James Geabourn all spent the !&y Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Belknapp. Mrs. Phillip McCarion visited Mr. t.nd Mrs. Ed. Adams near Caledonia last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ad ams is a brother to Mrs. McCarron. Mrs. . Bert Clay has as her guest this week her mother, Mrs. T. G. W. Moon of Bonne Terre. Sam McFarland, Albert McFarland fend James Rittre were Elvins visi tors Monday. Paul Frago made a businesr ti!p to Bonne Terre Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roaiiet Adams moved to Festus Monday of this week. Lead wood has a large number of vacant houses now and it is a problem to know where the men are coming from when the work in the mines is resum ed. Fred Janis, E. McClard and Artie Cunningham were il Flat Riser vis itors Monday. Mrs. George Whaley, of Elvins, was here visiting relatives and friends last week. . i Charlie Fields was a Bonne Terre visitor Monday. Eugene Jones was a Desloge visit or last Sunday. Robert Grcnia is moving to his farm this week. Mr. Qrentia tradeil for the Norman Belknapp farm some weeks airo. Leslie Bearden went over. to Clay Town to look after some business mat- t-.i-a MnnHnv Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rosencr, of Bonne Terre. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Williams Sunday. Peter Turiey and wife, oi vales Mines, were here last week waiting relatives and friends. Dr. L. H. McKenzie is Having some carpenter work done about hi place this week. . H. O. Lewi?, a carpenter or Bonne Terre, was nere looKing tutu. hr.mnpun matters luesoav. Ed. Byington went over to Bonne Terre to look after some business matters Tuesday. Dr. W. E. AuBuchon, of Frank Clay was in Leadwood Tuesday of this week. Horace Taylor went over to OcSoto tc visit relatives and friends last Sun- "dV. J. D. Morris, formerly of lead wood, was here again the first oi the week. Dr. Morris n.ade a trip to Cal ifornia but did not decide to settle down in that state. He is still on the move and is not certain just where he will finally locate. Mrs. C. N. McCabc of Bonne Terre was here Friday of last wesk visit- Mrs. Acuff will move to Hereulaneum soon. '' ,v , I' ¬ ll is reported that an cxtrn shut vill be put on at the Deslogo No .6 shaft in a few days which will better labor conditions here considerably. A prreat deal of talk is heard to the ef fect that evoiy thing will be running here at Leadwood again soon Con ditions have improved daily lis the unemployed men havo found work in other places. The government has established an employemnt office here which will help to further sotve the problem of employment. Revs. C. W. Dunmire. G. A. McFarland and J. F. Poston are the officer in charge of the local office. This commnttee re ceives daily reports from the l-ranch office at Cape Girerdeau showing the number of places that are open. Any one wanting work can see one of the members of the local committee and recure a card of recommendation to the office at Cape Girardeau, from which place you will be sent to the place you ara seeking. Tho daily re port shovs that there are hundreds of good openings for all classes of workers, with good .wages in most every instance. Call at the Leadwood post office and see the places that are available. Quite a few men lu-ve al ready signed up. Another basket ball game was play ed at the Leadwood school last 1 riday night of last week between the Lead wood high school boyg and a team from Esther. The game was good but the Esther team did not match the Leadwood team and the game went in favor of Leadwood 38-11 Leadwood ing C. F. McCabes family. I other game was announced foi Fri- Evan Babel and Monk McFjrland , day nig),t between the nembers of the v.ere Bismau'k and Desloge v.sitors facuty and the High School team, last Sunday. , . . Herbert Clay, Harry Justice and Chas. F. McCabe made a wsiness , fred McCarrow were Flat River vis t; ip to Bonne Terre and Flat River jtors Saturday. Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. John McEwen, (new- S. E. Williams made a business trip lv weus) wno were ast weelc visiting to Bonne Te-re Monday of this wek. ; .ith reiativcs returned home to St. nr. Williams hisu uansoi Louis last Sunday. np.qa in Desinpp. that dav. Miss Alien Gal returned to Lead wood'Uist week after an extended vis it with her. parents near Iromon FLAT RIVER Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mauio and Mrs. A. C. O'Neal of Frar.l. Clay , daughter. Miss Myrtle, of F.pselle, went to St. Louis Friday of lart woek j visited the former's sons here the to meet her husband who wa.i leturn- week-end. . i.iorfrom California where he had gone j Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Short lit .Farm for his health , ington visited Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Chas. Hulsey. of trank Clay, 'Johnson Thursday. . is seriously ill at this writing. A tel- j Mrs. Jim Edwards, of Esther, .3 re egram was sent to Mr. Hulsey at Mad- ported on tho sick list the past week, K.on, in., ivionoay oi iniH ween sun- put ai present is gomewnat ;:nuruv iesr that he should come home a', once ed. as her condition was considered crit-: Dr. F. L. Keith left Saturday for ical. ! St. Louis to attend the Banquet of Mr. and Fit. Samuel Morria, ol his graduntmg class, this trang the vins, were Leadwood visitors Monday . 38th anniversary of that class. Each of this week. year members of the class eelt'brate C. M. Lane, who formerly had r,n the first Monday in the month of charge of trie Lcadwood depot, is now March. depot agent pt Elvins. F. R. Eaton i Albert Hopson of Bone Terre was has no assistant at the Leadwood de-jthe guest of his nephew an) family patju.,t now, and the. work koeps one ' Saturday. Mr. Hopson also tiansac man very busy. " ted business while hero. k G. I. Shamcr started lor umana, The High School girls' basKet-nail Nebraska Thufsday of last week. iay. Tho Flat River team came out Mr. Shanner ih going out thenS to vis-1 only one joint ahead, the scora being it his daughter. 13-12. This was a narrow e'.ape for George Bel"napp made a ousiness , our p-irls, but the gams was played on trip to Bone Terre Monday ot this week. Mrs. T. M. Jackson, of Desloge, was a Lcadwood visitor last Sunday. Mrs. Jackson came ever to visit her ;2augh trr, Mrs. M. G Macon. B. A. Rhc.i, the Leadwood drug gist, and A. C. McMuliin transacted business in fBonne Terre Monday. William Jinkerson made a busi ness trip to PSoto, Herculaneui"-, and J: illsboro thi first of the woek. Wiliam French went to Festus one day last week to look for a do ition. S. N. McNeal and family, of Frank Clay, and Mis Esther Tucker, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fisher Sunday. Margen Johnson's mother received a telegram Monday ofthis week an nouncing the death of, her sister in Hymara, Ind. F. T. Werterland and family of Frank Slay, went to St. Louiu Friday of last week to attend a metting of the members of tha Masonic Lodge. George Crump has c position in a blacksmith shop at Knob LL-k. Mr. Crump went to Knob Lick Saturday of last week to begin work. Gilbert Gurnett made a b.'oiness trip to Bonne Terre Monday. W. H. Crump and family returned homo last wtck after a six-weeks vis it with relatives near Libertlvlile. Robert Trauernicht and family mov ed to Irondalo Monday of this week. Prof, and Mrs. D. E. Mothersead motored over to Bonne Terre last Sun day. Mrs. C. B. Acuff visited her mother near Knob Lick last Sunday. Mr and would Sad FeeJ A Complete Line of Remedies- It s hard to thinK of any ailment more an noying than foot troubles. Every step you ta&e is a constant reminder. " But there are now a number of good reme dies on the marKet for affording quicK relief. And the price, in most instances, is very reasonable. .'-.v .-;V;-; We. have a fresh stocK of all the best Known ccrn plastersbunion pads foot bath tablets-4 soot powders and other preparations. ( Vo also can supply you with salveslini ments -disinfectants adhesive plasters fctfjrui-ges-etc. , E. M. LAAKF1AN, Druggist the Fredoricktown court, tha make a difference. - ( Willie Rowe was a visitor i t Good land, Mo., tho past few days. Mrs. Elmer Robinson and two chil dren of Elvins and Mrs. Phil Muvdick were the dinner guests of Mrs..O. W. Swofford Tuesday. H. P. Johnson, of Bismarck, was the p.ucst of Mr. and Mrs. George John jon on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Settle, m Bon ne Terre attended services at the First Battist church here Sunday and also were' dinned guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Webb. 7Mrs. John Huees of St. Louis spent the week-end and tie nrst oi tnis week.visiting her brother and wile, Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Keeicr. Mrs. F. L. Keith sicnt Wednesday visiting Mrs. Jamen Highley on tho Highley farm near Desloge. Mr. and Hrs. J. W. Covington have moved into a coude of rooms of the house of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson until they are able to erect another building where their former home was burned. Miss June Hushes who completed a course in the Ozark Business col lceo in Farmington last Friday obtain cd a position in the Tucker S'.ore as Book-keeper ami wont to worK Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Hoy received the news that their son, who has been in tho service in France for so.ne time had landed in New York and is on his way home. Berry Snyder of Desloge visited his daughter. Mrs. A. V. Smith. Monday. The Assiociated meeting of the Women's Missionary Sioiety of Bon ne Terre on last Friday was r.ot so well attended as usual on c?ojnt of the stormy weather. Friday- morn ing. Following are the nama of tnose attending from here: Mrs, C. R. Pratt. Mrs. Calvin Gideon, Mrs. E. A. Meador, Mrs. S. I. D; Smith, Mrs. L. L. Mouser, Mrs. Frank Priichett, and Mrs. J. M. Webb also the pastor, Rev. G. E. Kennedy. A. W. Miller sold his property near the Bonne Terre Depot this week. Messrs. Cloud Colo and Shelby Ly ons of Farmington were visiting here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Waller and thres chil dren of Hazel Run spent tho week vis iting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Moore. " Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGuire,' of Elvins were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, T. L. Browning Sun day afternoon. i ' " Born, to the wife of Clarence Ram-' sey, a baby boy, March 1st. ' - I : Miss Ida May Kennedy yrs the guest of Miss Ethel Penning: on of Desloge Saturday and Sunday.' . Miss Lillian Prather has accepted a position at the Cozian Bakery the psst week. ' ; -' , ' Miss Etta Kennedy spent three days of last week in St. LouU buying spring goods for the Tucker Stores - Mrs. Albert .Tongay was so mach improved as to be abie to ioave the National Hospital -Saturday aid re turn to the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Williams. ' 1 Miss- Mclba Haney tpent Saturday night the guest of Miss I va Eaten of Desloge.- - - : .'-". Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Cozean and lit tle son, Hugo,' of Farmington, spent Sunday visiting the parents lo Mrs. Coxeauf Mi. and Mrs. Henry Rinke. Mr. Henry Rinke was a business vis itor in St Louis the rst of the week. Littlo Misa Virginia Hough and her brother, Porkhurst, of Fredeiiektown, are spending the week visiting their Brand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schlick, and aunt, Mrs. Lige Wallace. Miss Belva Watts is again employ ed at the Woods Confectionery. . Mrs. S. O. Baldwin, of Estl-er, at tended the funeral of her cousin. Mrs. Counts, of Fredoricktown, Friday. Olga Miller and-mother, Mrs J. E. Miller, of Cornwall, arrived Sunday for a week's visit with rlatives here. Val Smith of Cilver Springs tpent Saturday and Sunday visiting his son, A. V. Smith. James Northcntt of Lcadwooii was on our streets Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Shenard spent the week-end .visiting in Fra'ierick- town. Mrs. George HcDowell and two lit tlo sons, Eugene and Feorge, spent wie quarter pan oi ine ween view ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bre win. near Knob Lick. Mrs. Frank Self is reported ill with the influenza this week Miss Pauline Rinke spent the week end visiting in Farmington. Mrs. Frank Pritchett visited her mother, Mrs. J. S. Allen of Knob Lick going Saturday and returning on Mon da-y. Chas. Lewis of Frodericktown spent from Saturday until Monday visiting his three sisters here, Mrs. Ucorge Jonhson, Mrs. A. J. Mttssie and Mrs. ucorge fmlliP3. Tlie infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wolford is reported very sick. Mr. and Hrs. Phil Murdick and three children were guests of Mr. and Hrs. timer Robinson of Llv ns Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 0, W. Swinford were Elvins visitors Sunday afterneon. Rough-playing sometimes ends very seriously, even with grown folks. Mr. John Williams whose home is in Es ther and ia employed at No. 1 Feder al was seriously injured Saturday while playing with a fellow-employee, when the man kicked at him strik ing him on the thigh with his loot. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henson have t ought a farm near Co-nwall. and are moving down there this week. Hr. and Mrs. O. W. Swojfoi are making preparation!: to leave hero for Davenport, Iowa, i;i the near fu ture. J. W. Phillips recently received a letter from his brother, Oscar, who is in the 35th Division, 138 lnfantrv. spying that he had decided he oe not vanting ti leave I'ran.-a just now and had signed for another six months service there. His division' is, now making preparations to leave for the I). S. Miss Nellie Humphrey teacher in Esther school on last Fridav receiv ed the sad information of the death cf her brother, Jake Humphrey, who died from wounds received in action in France. Mr. Humphrey, was well known here, having taught .ciiool at Elvins before being drafted 'rito the si my. Miss Nellie left imme diately for her home which is near Irondale. The son ofg Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson died at hie home at Esther, Sunday afternoon at the age of 25 years. Deceased had been having lung troublo some time and a few months ago went West for his health but was forced to return, not being strong enough to stand the change of climate and has been gradually grow ing weaker. The remains were taken to Essex, Mo., for burial. The littlo infant daughter of Aev. and Mrs. M. H. Markley was born Wednesday, the 26th of Feb. and died the following day. The little body was lam to rest in the Woodlawn cem etery Friday. The mohter has been dangerously ill, but is some wht im proved at present. Brs. Jack Dehovitz and baoy son, Mclvin returned Sunday after a throe weeks visit in St. Louis with relatives. Miss Irene Reeder of Spmtt is spending tho week visiting her broth er and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reeder. Misses Cholo and Elsie Poyner spent Saturday and Sunday with their mother in St. Louis. Miss Hattie Harrison returned Sun day after a month's visit witn relativ es and friends in St. Louis. A collision occured between the Router truck and the Ford car owned by Sid Long Wednesday evening at the corner near the I. S. Depot Wednesday evenine. ' The truck struck the Ford .bursting tha radiator, breaking the wind-shield and otherwise smashing it. 1 The occupants of the cor were Doc. O'Kelley and Sid Long, who were slightly injured. Kicked But Not by a Mule Ed. Duncan hud the misfortune of havinir his wrist dislocated while at tempting to crank the Ford belong ing to Jimmie Hurt, Wednesday morn ing. Ford cars may be similar to a mule it i3 said, they dirlife strangers. The little 17-day-oId infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Toenge died at their home in East Flat River I'.nday. Interment was at the Woodland cem etery Saturday. If you are tired of steaks and chops, why not have a poul-j try dinner? Ve have sme fine young turkeys, ducks, geese and chickens at prices that will make a poultry meal very reasonable. We can furnish any kind of fowl you want, either dressed or live. And we dress fowls with great care for cleanliness. Our Meats Are Kept in Excellent Condition Headquarters for- Fresh Vegetables and Fruits of all kinds, as well as the finest line of Coffees and Fancy Groceries. Phone 385 and goods . will be delivered promptly. - . Just Received A special consignment of California Peaches, Pears and Apricots. . ; BURNETTE'S MARKET Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ves sels. "James Ferguson and Mr. Tesreau were Farmington visitors last Friday. Aobert Ferguson and sistei ' were Mine La Motte visitors Sunday. Fay, Hazel, Velva and Gladys Ken non spent yast Sunday at Womack the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hahn and daughters. Mrs. Simmons and daughter, of Fredericktown are the guests of her sister, Mrs. Crites. There will be a larmers meeting at tho school house next Saturday night March 8,191'.. If the weather is fav orable everybody who wants to join this club be aure and attend. Mr. and Hrb. William Tesrea-i tpent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and . . . r . T" iur3. marvin rergusun. L. B. Meridith and daughter, Anna, were shopping in Fredericktown last Monday. Mr. and Airs. Robert Laniora spent Sunday at the home of James Ferguson. Harrv Leizh and Alonzo Hicfs were transacting business at frederick town last Saturday. Wilbert Whitworth spent a row days the past week with his father, near fc-pnne Vallev. A. J. Kennon spent Sunday with John Shaw of near WomacK. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Helm, last week, a baby boy. Mrs. W beit Wh tworth ar.fi chil dren spent the paBt week at Womack with relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Umflet and family of Flat River spent the week pnri here with relatives. Marvin Wright and OHie King of Womack passed through here Satur day enroute to Fredericktown. Mr. and Mrs. waiter eainsioia were shopping in Fredericktown Saturday. Mrs. Mitchell and daughter spent last Sunday at Womack with relativ es. . .' ' Henrv Tesreau sassed through here Saturday enroute home from Fred ericktown to his home at Womack. Mr. and Mrs. David Firtle and chil dren were shopping in Fredericktown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tucker and children of Flat River spent the week end here. Their little son Das pneumonia. Georsrie Lee Dines died at his home on south main street at Freder icktown. on Friday night rco.uary 21,1919 at 10:40 p. m.,.aged 44 years. 1 month and 17 days old. flc leaves to mourn his sad departure a mother, father, wife and one little daughter, besides otner relatives anu many friends. , His funeral 1 was conducted at tho home- after which he wa.i laid to rest in the Masonic Cemetjry at Fredericktown. CROSS ROADS Dr. Barron made a professional call hero Friday. Miss Dora Lcnz spent Monday with Mrs. Wm. Tesreau. Misses Ruby and .Georgia Mouser or near Marouand spent the weerc end here with relatives. William Umfloot has been disearged from the army service and nas ar rived home. - . "..'..;-' Judgo Mitchell of Esther, spent a few daya- hero at the jhomo oi Ldoya Mr." and. Wrs. Raymond Umfleet of Flat River spent the week-end here with relative. ', ' ( Georga Vessels was the guest of his father over last Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs, ' Wm. Leui and daughter were shopping in Frodorick town last Saturday, - 1 ; Miss Anna Baldwin spent last Sun dnv Ht thn home of Emmett Umfleet Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis ol Liber tyville wero the guests of relatives here last Sunday. , Mrs. M. J. Cntei and grana-daugh ter spent the week-end with relatives at Flat River. ,- ' Mr. and Mrs. William Leni spent BISMARCK Brs. John Wyatt was a'DeSoO Vis itor Sunday and Monday. J, P. Anderson and wifa spent Mon day in Fronton. - Miss Lorraine lempieton cams uown from St. Louis Friday to spenti the week with her parents. , Ray Kubottom, anotner or our Doys from France, returned home Friday. Hon. 0. L. Munger of Piedmont was in Bismarck Friday. ": ' Miss Gunnett, a teacher in the Doe Run schools spent the .week-end with friends here. Stanley Bisplinghoff spent the first ol the week with Flat River friends. Rev. J. L. Hicks and wife left Thurs day for f'Waynesville, ( Mo., where they Will, mako their home. v . Omer Blispinghoff made a busi ness trip to Bonne Terre Monday. . L. N. Beard and family spent Sun day with their daughter in Elvins. Robert Hodkins and Edward Creo cole of Caledonia spent Sundajr in Bis marck. ' : -. S ' Rev. Boyd .of Farmington conduct ed services at the Union church Sun- Abv. - v - Marvin Leggett left for Chicago Wednesday, where he has a position as salesman, for the :..W. R. Cumpton Bond Co. .".,.:; ' ! ' Judge C. I. Garott moved back to his farm last Friday. ' Br. and Mrs. G. W. Signer ofAr cnHia wero'in Bismarck Wednesday., Henry Boyer was a Crystal City the first of the woek. v. on our streets Thursday. Robert Eaton has been on the sick list tho past week.- Mrs. Broady died at her home, one mile west of Bismarck, last Friday nieht Funeral services were con ducted at the house Sunday afternoon t-y Kev. J. L. Hicks and internment was in the Dent Cememtery. Int de ceased leaves four little children all girls. Little Mthcolle, tho three year old child of Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith died at ten o'clbck Monday morning cfter suffering several days with pneumon- na. The funeral services were held at Methodist Church Tuesday after noon, conducted by Bro. Henry. In ternment was in the Masonic Ceme tery. . PRIMROSE Mrs. Wm. Blackwcll of Moontown was a gue3t at tho home of her brother M. W. Jones one day last week. Wm. Pettes attended to business in Bonne Terre one day last week. Mrs. Ida Jones was shopping in Bonne Terre Saturday. She also was a guest at the home of James Hold man while in town. Dan Pettes transacted business in Bonne Terre the lattre part of last . week. Verna and Lois Jones were visitors at the home of Wm. A. Moon one ev ening last week. M. W. Jones attended to business in Bonne Terre Saturday. Mrs. Mary Moon and daughter, Miss Nellie, were guests at the home of Loss Cash Xhursday. Willis Moon made a trip to Bonne Terre one day last week. Miss Vada Humphrey visited rela tives in Bonne Terre over Saturday night. Elmer Rawson transacted business in Bonne Terre one day tho latter part of last week. Mrs. Loss Cash was a guest at the home of Wm. A. Moon Saturday morn ing. Wm. Snyder was a Bonne Terre vis itor Saturday morning. Mrs. Wm. Rawson was a guest at the home of her son, Thomas Rawson, of near Prospect one night last week. L. H. Cash made a trip to Bonne Terre Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Pettes were guests at the home of Loss Cash Sun day. A revival meeting was started at th Prospect school house last Sudnay night. It is being conducted bp C. C. Bailey of DeSoto, District Missionary of the Jefferson County Baptist As Eioation. Large crowds are in at tendance each night. Bryan Jones and Elmer HoeUel Melzo were Bonne Torre visitors Sa urday night. . James Highley of DeSoto purchased a fine bunch of .young mules from ; Lee xuney one day last week. Lee Turley transacted busine.-s in Bonne Terre one 'day last week. Samuel Jones of near Bonng Terre was a guest at tho home of Morris Jones Friday. . " - - Several from here attended tho re vival services at the Prospect school house Sunday night. M. W. Jones transacted business in Blackwell Monday evening. . t H. Richardson and family were guests at the heme of Willis Moon Sunday. ' Mr. Dickerson who has been living on his son's farm near Blackwell moved to his farm which he purchased near Ste. Genevieve , W. T. Wilkson of near Prospect has sold his farm to Thomas Holdman of near Melzo. We havo been informed that Mr. WOkson will stay on the farm till nejtt fall. ', Miss Nellie Moon was a guest at the home of Willis Moon Manday even ing. . - Amos Holdman of Melzo attended to business in Blackwell Monday. MARRIAGE LICENSE3 ' March 1 -Fred Allen ' and Dossie Kindle, both of Desloge. -' March: 4V-Willim E. "Whitehead ind Dellia Liles, both of Flat River. March 5 rhontas Baker and Myr tle Lawson. both of Desloge. March & Samuel Cheek and Maud W. C. Shirley of Leadwood wis seen ; Ivester, both of St. Francois. : - -