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THE FARMINGTON TIMES, FARMINGTON, MISSOURI, AUGUST 15, 1919 , :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: FLAT KIVER Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cunningham fepent Sunday at Arcadia. Miss Ruby Beaudin has accepted a position in Wood's confectionary. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mounce and son, Karl, of Fredericktown were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Delaney Tuesday. Miss Mary Riding is . seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. C. Huff, whose home has been in Detroit for the past few months, came hero Sunday. Her husband will join her in a few weeks. They expect to make their home here. F. W. Schlick was a business visit or in St. Louis this week. Mrs. W. H. Johnson and daughter, I,uci!lc, of Monctto, Ark., who have been here for two weeks visiting rel atives, went to Knob Lick Monday to ppend a few days with other relatives. Ralph Tucker was a Bismarck call er Thursday night. Mrs. N. White of Esther was a Flat River visitor Friday. , Felix Bloom and family were Farm ington visitors Finday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mounce and little son, Stanley, of Doe Run spent Tues day hero with relatives. Mr. and Mra. T. R. Isaacs and daughter, Alta Marie, of Foller, Ind., came here Thursday to spend a few days with Mra. Isaacs' mother, Mrs. 1). L. Delaney. Mrs. J. L. Lutes tud children, Eloise, Lorraine, Beniioe and WHlct, returned home Monday from a two-weeks Visit with relatives near Marquand. Walter Schramm of Farmington was a Flat River visitor Monday. F. Ribak is moving his tailor shop from the Kussman building into the Schlick ibuilding, formerly occupied by Laws & Jimmerson's Meat Market, "Harry Roegncr of Elvins was a Flat River visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. White and two daughters, Hester and Elizabeth, upent Sunday at Iron Mountain. The summer term at the Capo Normal is out and most of the Flat River students are home. Among them arc: Misses Edytlio Burns, Vir gie Mabuse, Esther and Dorothy Hou sor, Edythe McCahan, Emma Rogers and Sehna MergenUicimcr. Miss Edna Mounce of St. Louis is here vMi'ing Mr. and Mrs. D. L. De laney. Miss Mary Sc veiling is spending this week near St. MarytL visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. DonaTa. Miss Mabel Watts, "Who has been visiting relatives in East Bonne Terre came home Monday. "Happy" Haile of Farmington was a Flat River visitor Sunday. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Montgom ery, Thursday, Aug. 7, a daughter. Dr. T. L. Haney and family mo tored to Libertyvillo Friday. Misses Ida Mao Kenuedy and Lu cille Johnson spent 'a few hours Sat urday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. N. McClure of Bonne Terre. J. II. Kirkland and family spent Sunday at Iron Mountain. Cloud Cole, Bill Spinos and Shelby Lyons of Farmington were Flat River visitors Sunday. Miss Clommie Sevening, who has been employed in Rhea's variety store for some" time, went to St. Louis Fri day, where she has the position she held before coming here. Misses Pauline Tucker and Belva Watts motored to Doe Run Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Rinke came home Thursday from Hot Springs, Ark., where they have been for a few weeks on account of the ill health of Mr. Rinke. He seems to be improved. Misses Mary Haney and Lucille Bennett were shopping in Farmington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Benton came home Monday from St. Louis, after a few days' visit with friends. Miss Hazel i'hillips and Burl Black were quietly married last Thursday night at 8:30 by Rev. W. S. Stophlet at the home of the bride on Federal Hill. Mr. Black is the eld est son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Black. Miss I'hillips is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Phillips. She is a graduate of the Flat River High School. The young couple will make their homo in Flat River. Misses Edythe and Lela Allen went to Avon Friday to sepnd a week vis iting relatives. Ralph Tucker is a St. Louis visitor this week. C. R. Bramblet returned home Mon day from a few weeks visit at Cape Girardeau. Mr, and Mrs. C. LaPlant and chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. J. Labruyer of Fcstus are here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. Parker and Mrs. P. Estes visited Mrs. J. Wallace at Lib crtyville Thursday. Miss Elsie Schlick came home Fri day from Kirkwood, where she has been visiting Miss Elizabeth Burdick two weeks. Mrs. W. S. Huff died at the hospi tal in Bonne Terre Monday, August 11, 101'J, aged GO years, 4 months and 4 days. Funeral services were con ducted at the Taylor Avenue Metho dist church by Rev. M. II. MurkMy at 3 p. m. Tuesday, Aug. 12th. Inter ment was made in the K. of P. ceme tery. W. C. Watts went to St. Louis Mon day. His family will join him later. Air. and Mrs. T. R. Isaacs and daughter of Foller, Ind., Miss Edna Mounce of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Delaney of Flat River went to Frcdericktown Sunday to visit Mrs. E. Mounce, who came home with them for a few days visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Delaney. Misses Helen Craves and Dee Allen McKinncy of Farmington were Flat River shoppers Tuesday. - T. R. Isaacs went to Peoria, 111., Monday for a few days visit. Mrs. H. Tucker is a St. Louis visitor this week. Mrs. J. H. Kennedy and two daugh ters. Kathleen and Blanche, and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Monette, Ark., went to Bonne Terre Friday to visit Mrs. Kennedy's daughter, Mrs. G. N. Mc Clure. A party of young people went to Arcadia Sunday evening and took their suppers. Those in the party were: Misses Mayme fatroup, Juucy Corrigan, Ida Mae Kennedy and Lu cille Johnson; Messrs. Martin Wolf nor of Flat River, Paul Moran, Leo and Noah Labruyer. Miss Ollie White of Esther was a Flat River visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. W. Jolly and Misses Mercelite IE1 1 A Flavor for -li;, All sealed alr-tleht and impurity-proof, in the wax wrapped, safety packages. JSyl Be sure to get ) A because It Is supreme N in quality. le Ravor Lasts Martin and Leona McCarvor were Bonne Terre visitors Sunday. Mrs. M. Boyd has accepted a posi tion in J. T. Rice's store. . Mrs. T. A. Brewen, who has been confined to her bed for the past year, passed away last Saturday night at 11 o'clock. She leaves a husband, two children, Hilda and Paul; also a moth er, two sisters, Misses Emma and Tola Rodgers; two brothers, Jesse and Floyd; and a large number of other relatives and a host of friends, who mourn her departure. The funeral was conducted by Rev F. S. Stamm at the Christian church Sunday evening at four-thirty. Interment was made in Parkview cemetery. VALLES MINES Mrs. R. H. Rowe visited relatives in Bonne Terre a few days during the week. Miss Viola Thurman of Montana is visiting relatives and friends in this community. S. A. Sykes was a DeSoto visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bunt, who has been in St. Louis for the past few weeks, returned to their home here last ,weck. They expect to stay here about a month. A party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thurman Friday night. A large crowd attended. Henry Rowe and Willie Hammon were Bonne Terre visitors Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Rhodes and daughter, Eva Belle, were guests of Wra. E. Heaton and family Saturday and Sunday. Charley Buscher of St. Louis visit ed relatives here Saturday and Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bunt are visiting relatives and friends in Bonne Terra this week. Misses Elsie and Ada Heaton at tended the dance at Mart Donnelly's Saturday night. Miss Roxy Beard of St. Louis visited friends in Silver Springs Satuiday and Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Rouggly and daughter of Festus are visiting her mother, Mrs. R. II. Rowe. Miss Sally Semar visited her pa rents at Frankclay the latter part of the week. Mrs. Geo. Beard and daughter of Bonne Terre visited relatives here a few days during the week. Mrs. F. M. Richardson was xhop- or, Mrs. Jackson, of Fredericktown. Mrs. Nick LaPlant and little daugh ter, Glenda, spent Friday with her son, Jess LaPlant, of Fredericktown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Umfleet and family of Esther visited the latter's fa ther, G. Counts, last week. Mrs. Geo. Skaggs, who has been on the sick list for some time, is report ed much better. Miss Evelyn Wernecker of Freder icktown spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Cameron. Jack Quinn of New Jersey is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Buck McKee. W. G. Dooley, Lyde Counts, Buck McKee, H. C. Claudy, Jack Quinn mo tored to Flat River Saturday. Mr. Dooley left there for St. Louis. Lyde Counts spent Saturday night with his uncle, G. Counts, of Desloge. Those who spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Wm. White were: Mrs. Margaret Cameron and daughters, Violet and Donaldena, Mrs. Clyde La Plant and Burl Deblois. Henry Scott, who has been ill with typhoid fever, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Head and fam ily of Flat River Bpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baker. James Baker and family have moved to Fredericktown. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Baker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Pirtle of Cross Roads. Those from here who attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida Brewin were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed LaChance, Geneva Hahn, Mrs. Floyd Rodgers and Mrs. Jas. Labrot. Albert Hahn and boh, Deral, of Flat River spent Sunday with rela tives. Ted Hicks, who spent several months in St. Louis, returned home Sunday. Misses Evelyn Weinecker and Don aldena Cameron spent Sunday after noon in Fredericktown. Major Watts left for St. Louis Tues day to seek employment. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Cooper of Flat River spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Cooper. CROSS ROADS The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson McLarney is reported to be on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Rosser were business visitors at Fredericktown last Monday. Spast Beef Getting up a dinner tor company and choosing a meat that is sure to please all is no easy task. But you will never make a mistake by serving a good rib or rolled roast of beef. Let us help you make your selection. We know just which cuts will be the juiciest and most tender. You Can Save Money by Buying Here Complete and well-selected line of Fresh Vegetables. Appetizing Canteloupe and luscious watermelons. Fresh Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 15c per package. Special for Saturday Chuck Steak 25 cents per lb, Burnette's Market PhODe385 Public Sale 60 High Grade Heref ords 60 at the Tillman Farm 1 mile south of Xibertyville on the Farm-ington-Fredericktown road on Friday, August 29, 1919 beginning at 1 p. m. The offering includes 25 cows, some with calves by their sides, 15 two-year-old heifers and 15 yearling heifers all high-grade heifers. I will also offer at the same time a number of hogs and one span of mares. TERMS-A credit of six months will be given, purchaser giving bankable nots bear ing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale. J. R. TILLMAN. T. B. STEAUGHAN. Auctioneer. -WILL KINKEAD, Clerk. ping in Bonne Terre Saturday. ' C. Statzel and J. Bellville and son, Charles, were St. Louis visitors Sun day and Monday. Miss Olga Heaton was guest of Misses Louiso and Christina Statzel Saturday and Sunday. Several from here attended the dance at Leo Buschberg's Saturday night, and report a good time. Mrs. Effie Turley and children vis ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hawk Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barbey of Hazel Run were guests of Mrs. Sarah Rowe and family Sunday. Misses Ame and Lizzie Cruncher, Freda Nussbaumer, Mitchcy Sweet, Ed Bieser, Asly Tooseloose of Oak vale, John Ellis, Urel Hammock, Jas., Lee, Lester and Earl Douglas, Wendell Easter of Silver Springs, attended church here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton AuBuchon of French Village visted at the home of S. A. Sykes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sykes and daugh ter, Mrs. Floyd Long, visited relatives in St. Louis recently. Miss Pearl Whitesell visted her sis ter at Ware, Mo., Saturday and Sun day. ' . All are invited to attend the social at Mt. Olive Saturday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Heaton and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Richardson Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Rowe visited relatives in Bonne Tere .Tuesday. Lee Douglas of Silver Springs was a Valles Mines visitor Tuesday. ' Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. E. Heaton was Bonne Terre visitors Tuesday. - Church services are being held at Valles Mines this week. Everybody invited. Miss Dora Lenz and cousin motored to Fredericktown last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Umlleet spent the week-end here with relatives. Mrs. John Porter of near Farming ton spent last Tuesday night with relatives here. Mjss Nellie Tcsreau returned to her home here Monday from FrcJerick town. Mrs. John Pirtle returned home Monday from the Bonne Terra hos pital. II. B. Presncll and children of Lib ertyvillo spent last' Monday evening here. ' ' Burl Porter, Wm. Ragsdale and Mr. Mitchell, who have been grading the road here, are now grading on the Fredericktown road. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dine3 of Mill Creek and little Deloris Lee Dines spent last Thursday here. Mrs. Joseph .Vessels spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Vessels. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Te3reau were shopping at Mine La motte last Thursday. ' Archie Mouser of Marquand spent Sunday here with friends. Misses Beulah and Beatrice Wester man returned home Wednesday, after spending the week-end with' relative1; here and at Womack. Mrs. A. M. Wallace of Libortyville is the guest of her sisters here at present. Issac Lenz spent Saturday night here with his brother. Dr. Barron of Mine La Motte pas sed through here Mpnday. Americus Tucker was seriously hurt Monday morning when he fell toff of a barn. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kings. Those who spent Sunday at the home of Msr. E. 0. Presnell were Gen evieve and Helen Ballard, Blanche Scott and Esther Strahlman. Rev. Brent filled his regular appoint ment at the M. E. Church Sunday. Kennett Burns and Homer Presnell pre attending the State Fair at Se dalia this week. Mrs. Julia Wallace is spending this week with Mrs. Lenz and Mrs. Ves sels, at Cross Roads. L. Presncll, who has been attending the summer term of school at Cape Girardeau, returned to his home Sat urday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker, Miss Mercelite Martin and Miss .Leona Mc Carver of Flat River spent IWst Wed- i nesday evening at the home of II. B. j Presnell. i Misses Genevieve and Helen Ballard 1 spent Sunday night with Mrs. Sarah Cowley and family. I "Grandma" Presnell is spending a tew o.ays tnis ween witn Mrs. n. a. Presnell and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Moran and daughter, Helen, of Bonne Terre, spent Sunday at the home of G. W. Simp son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Wallace spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry King. Mrs. H. B. Presnell and children, Byron, Harry and Edward, and Rev. Brent spent last Sunday at the home of Frank Clubb and family. Frank and Edwin Keith spent Sun day evening at the home of G. W. Simpson. Fred and Pete Lewis were' Farming ton visitors Sunday morning. Miss Ruth Moore is staying with "Grandma" Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Conrad of Fred ericktown spent last Sunday at the home of his son, Herman Conrad. Eli White, attended church here Sunday night. Miss Pet Tucker of Farmington met with the ladies of this community last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Harold Crow and demonstrated a breadmixer. Rev. R. L. Allen of Farmington will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening. Everybody invited to attend. Lloyd Umfleet was a Frcdericktown visitor Monday. Mr. Thomas of near Knob Lick pur chased the blacksmith shop. He has moved his family here and is now ready for work. TUNNEL Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Frazier of Valles Mines and two nieces, Misses Hazel and Edith Payne, of Festus, visited at the home of II. C. Carter Wednes day evening. Lee Hammock was a business visitor in Bonne Terre Wednesday. Mrs. T. E. Spurgin and daughters of Valles Mines visited her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Oshia, Wednesday. Urel Hammock, who has been work ing in Crystal City, returned home MINE LA MOTTE Mrs. Ben Labrot is on the sick list. Mrs. Wm. White and family spent Saturday and Sunday with her moth- LIBERTYVILLE, ' Mrs. E. 0. Presnell and son, Hubert, were Farmington visitors Friday. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rhodes of Frcdericktown attended church here Sunday. ' 1 Misses Maggie and Lizzie ' Cowley one day last wek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hammock were Tunnel visitors Wednesday evening. Mrs. T. E. Spurgin and daughters visited her sister, Mrs. F. Hammock, Friday. Sterling Cole of Valles Mines visit ed his cousin, Homer Appleberry, Thursday. Miss Pearl Carter was guest of Mrs. A. H. Moore last week. John Ellis, Lee Douglas nnd Ray mond Oshia were Bonne Terre visit ors Friday. Miss Hattie Appleberry was guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Cole, of Valles Mines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter and children of Fertile are visiting at the home of H. C. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Frazier wero De Soto visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oshia and son visited at the home of T. E. Spurgin Sunday. Homer Appleberry visted at the home of Wm. Watt Sunday. A dance was given at the home of Mart Donnelly Saturday night. All present reported a fine time. H. C. Carter and J. F. Carter were business visitors in Bonne Terre Mon day. Rev. R. G. Ramsey filled his appoint ment at Coonville Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Hattie Appleberry visited at the home of H. C. Carter Sunday. Mrs. T. E. Spurgin and son visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Oshia, Monday. Rev. J. Lile of Plattin visited at the home of H. C. Carter Monday. Sterling Cole and Homer Apple berry were DeSoto visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hammock nnd children of Silver Springs were Prim rose visitors Sunday. John Rawson of Primrose was a business visitor in this community Tuesday. Miss Mae Carter is visiting relatives in Fertile at this writing. Mrs. Frank Hammock was a Tunnel visitor Tuesday. H. C. Carter and daughters, Leona and Pearl, and Jas. Douglas attended -church at Valles Mines Monday night. T. E. Spurgin of Valles Mines went to Fertile one day last week, where he has employment. Sterling Cole visited his uncle, J. M. Appleberry, from Saturday until Monday. Leathel Rawson, Elmer Hoelzel and Fenton Roberts of Primrose attended the dance at Mart Donnelly's Satur day night. Lee Douglas and John Ellis were business visitors in Bonne Terre Sat urday. James Douglas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas, of Sil ver Springs, Sunday. Fenton Thurman left for Detroit, Michigan, where he has employment, Tuesday. Lee Douglas was a Valles Mines vis itor Tuesday. Bryan Thurman, Sterling Cole, Jr., and Homer Appleberry visited at the home of H. C. Carter Sunday. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL To more thoroughly introduce, I will place on sale Friday and Saturday Johnson's Toilet Talcum at 13c per box, tax included A 20c powder. This is a first-class drug-store Talcum, one not found any where else. A large can and usually sold for 20c per box. . : '' '"!"'' 1 Do not miss it. This price of 13c , good only FRIDAY and SATURDAY. W E. M.'Laakman Druggist. I.