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THE FARMrNGTON TIMES." FARM IMS TON, MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 26, 1919
PAGE FIVE LOCAL MENTION It's fresh at Bethel's Meat Market. ' W. E. Coffer ig spending the week end in KanBas City on business. Richard Williams left Wednesday to enter", Washington University, WyleyJBeard, of Knob Lick, was in Farmlng'ton on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Shinn left Wednes day for California to visit relatives. Try some of Bethel's Veal. It' is simply fine. . B. H. Marbury is transacting bus iness at several points in Missouri this week. ' Robt. Sellors, of Bonne Terre, at tended the funeral of J. H. Wade last Sunday. Be sure to attend the Carnival and Community Sing at the High School tonight. Joe Hughss and children, of Bis marck, spent Wednesday shopping in this city. Earl Williams spent the first of the week here with his mother, Mrs. John Williams. We guarantee everything we sell at Bethel's Meat Market, Mr. and Mrs. R. tl. : Rudy, of Plat tin, are visiting Farmington relatives, and friends. - .,.5t . J. B. Bowlon, formerly of Route 8, has sold his farm and moved his fam ily to Farmington. Frank Coffman, of Avon, was" in Farmington Wednesday shaking hands with many old friends. ! Judge P. H. Huck passed thiousjh here Monday on his way to open court at Fredericktown. Try our Fresh Sliced Dried Beef. It's fine, at Bethel's Meat Market. Albert Wulfert, who has been work ing in Festus, visited his family here Tuesday and Wednesday. Mnrmun V.. Run-r. Steward at State Hospital No. 4, made a business trip to St. Louis Wednesday. . Mrs. James Highley, of Desloge, was guest Wednesday of her brother, W. B. Rariden, and family. Miss Marguerite Holden, of Chicago, is spending the week in Farmington with Mrs. W. L. Chanselor. Miss Jessamine Haile returned to St. Louis Tuesday to resume her stu dies in Washington University. W. R. Taylor, of Bonner Springs, Kans., visited his mother, Mrs. Sue Taylor, here the first of the week. For something extra fine try some of that Veal Roast, Cutlets or Chops at Bethel's Meat Market. Fred Karsch, of the Karsch Shoe Stores of this city, was in St. Louis the last of the. week buying goods.' Sundy Liolios and family returned last week-end from a motor trip to Chicago and other points in Illinois. TTo MfTnrno-j anffered a frac- tute of his right arm Wednesday morning while cranking a novroiui car. ' .u . " ' ' '. ' ''. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stubblefield, of .Cape Girardeau, passea tnrougn r arra ington Tuesday, while motoring to .St. Louis. .Adrain AuBuchci, a prosperous farmer of French Village, accompanied by his wife and son, was here on bus iness Tuesday. Opal Evans left Monday afternoon for Liberty, Mo., to re-enter William .Jewell College. He is a Senior in that institution this year. R. C. Tucker went to St. Louis yes terday to attend District Conference of the M. E. Church, South, which is in -session there this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clardy, of Kan sas City, left for their home yesterday, after a week's visit with relatives and .old friends in Farmington. J. a. Jttalugen, of Bonne Terre, transacted business in Farmington Wednesday, while on his way to at tend court at Fredericktown. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Giessing, Jr, of .Miami, Okla., arrived Monday for & visit with Mr. Giessing's parents, jMr. and Mrs. Cha3. Giegsing. Henry Eversole, of St. Louis, is vis iting B. H. Marbury and family this week. He is assistant counsel for the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis. Mrs. Chas. Giessing, Sr.; who has been quite sick for some tune, is re ported to be convalescing, which will be joyful news to her many friends. Judge K. C. Weber went to St. Louis Sunday to meet his wifv who has been spending the summer.,, in Michigan. They returned Tuesday. Squire Sutherland reports the mar riage on Wednesday, Sept 24th, of nf Farminrton Route 3, and Lottie Rector, of.Wein- garton. ,t j. 1 Heinz Pickles in barrels, Sweet or Sour, can bo secured at Beth el's Cash Meat Market., . You should not fail to try them. They are most appetizing. Geo. Jerrolds, of St Louis, is visit ing his mother here this week. He. Is particularly elated over his Visit now, since he went out the other day and killed 20 squirrels. Dr. a B. Perkins, of Route 5, left Saturday for Colorado in response to a telegram urging him to come and take charge of a school it was urgent ly desired to have opened at once. ; Lehman Rariden,' whd for the past two weeks jiaa been attending the Na tional Barbers .Convention in Buffalo, N. Y., Teturned yesterday and reports a successful and; .profitable convention.' William Meyer fractured his collar bone Monday afternoon while prac ticing If ootball at the High School. Two years ago William suffered a dis located shoulder while playing foot ball, i , ' : ' ' -; C. H. Whitener, who sold his place last week, leaves today with his fam ily for' Colorado Springs, Colo., where they go for the benefit of Mrs. White ner's hjbalth. They will make the trip in a nw Buick. r nit v.-;.'. Rev.O. H. L. Cunningham reports the marriage on Saturday of Chas. Horn, of Chestnut Ridge-, and Miss AU vina Bieser, of neat Farmington j and on Sunday of George E. Shinn, of Chestnut Ridge, and Miss Mearl Thom M, cf Weingarten.- Fall Woolens JUSTsARRlVED S , .V" Order Your Suit Early. Whilefthe Selection Is Large. 1 These woolens were contracted for directly ' after the armistice was signed, at a time when the Woolen Market was low. ' .J Since we made our Fall nut-chases. Woolen prices have gone "Sky High", but our pricos to you are based on the low price we have paid. " - Therefore, you get the benefit MADE TO. YOUR MEASURE: $35.00 to $60.00. Gierse's FARMINGTON. MO. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Young, and Gus Pelty left Monday for a week's hunting and fishing trip on the Saline, in Ste. Gen evieve county. The Times' good old Irish friend, Kiley .Moore, of the Knob Lick vicin ity, was in Farmington Tuesday on Dirtiness and remembered this office for a pleasant call. Sheriff Adams returned last week end from conveying Pearl Tracy, alias Chas. Woods, to the Penitentiary at Jefferson City, for a sentence of five years, first degree forgery being the charge. Olie Shular, an expert meat cutter of lionton, has accepted a position in Bethel's Meat Market, where he will be pleased to efficiently serve all pa- trons with what they desire in the meat line. Ed Burns, who has been in Califor nia the past several months, in the employ of the Baker Lead Co., re turned Monday to his home in Lead- wood. Ho has gained considerable in weight anil looks line. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hunt, of Wichita Falls, Texas, are receiving zongratulntions on the birth of a lit tie daughter, born the 22nd inst. Mrs. Hunt was formerly Miss Ruth Shick, of Do Las3us, this county. Perry McCor.mick, the extensive farmer and stock raiser of Plattin Station, will have a big sale of fine stock at his home place next Wednes day, Oct. 1st, when he will sell about a hundred head of fine cattle. Two posting machine operators were placed last week by the Chillicothe Business College in good positions, ono with the Exchange Bank, Kahoka, Mo., and the other with Adams and Sons, Wholesale Grocers, Chillicothe. You should go into Bethel's Meat Market if your appetite is sluggisn A look in his Refrigerator Show Case, at the many fine cuts of meats of va rious kinds, ,will certainly stimulate your digestive glands and cause hun ger to overtake you. The Board of Education, at a meet ing held Monday night, elected Miss Iva Richards to fill the vacancy in the Farmington schools caused by the re cent resignation of Miss Townsend, who has accepted a position in Illi nois. The football season at the Chilli cothe Business College opens Friday, when Missouri Wesleyan, last year's college champions, come to C. B. C. field. The bands of the two colleges will add to the enthusiasm of the big annual affair. A light frost Tuesday night. This weather is calculated to cause one to wake up to the fact that win ter may not be far distant, and when he sees the enormous price at which coal is still selling he is likely to have a ."night-mare." Nothing is jnorc enjoyable than a drive into the country these days, over smooth rock roads, trimmed with beautiful golden rod, which is now at its best, and enjoy the many beautiful yea, magnificent scenes ol thiB garden spot of the universe. E. J. McKinney is having splendid and extensive improvements made in his ice cream parlor, painting, paper ing and frescoing the walls and ceil ing, and adding a number of hand some mirrors to the walls, which will add much to the beauty and attrac tiveness of the place. Rev. Smith, missionary who is home on a furlough from Belgian Kongo, in Africa, where he was on service seven years, made a talk to the High School pupils at the chapel' period Monday morning. His inter esting talk .was greatly enjoyed by both the pupils and teachers. Col. "Bill" Rigsby, ex-Mayor of De Lassus, left Wednesday with his daughter, Mrs. Reeves, for Los Angel es, Calif., to spend a few months. He desires to inform his many friends, however, that he will return in time to resume his long-time habit of looking after the watermelon needs of this community. Rev. Frank Tucker visited his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C Tucker, the first of the week. Rev. Tucker, who recently graduated from Harvard College, has been appointed as pastor of the M. E. Church, South,- at St. Charles, Mo. He and his wife will re turn to Farmington next week for a visit with his parents. . ' Clay & Fleming report the sale .of the farm belonging to Charles Van-' sickle; located 8 1-2 miles northeast of-Farmington, to S. W. Robinson, o,f , Eugene, Oregon, for $Z,bO. Mr. Kob inson is no stranger in this county he formerly lived here and was "' Christian minister. We are glad to welcome Mr. Robinson and family back to their old home, The Farmington High School foot ball, team, flnd thi Perry ville High School' teanr Will ' lock horns tomor row afternoon at 3 o'clock on the High School grounds and the fight will be to the finish. The girls' basnet baa team will also play with the Desloge H A. Girls, i Thin vame is scheduled at 1:30 p. m. on the outside court Everybody come out to these games. Admission, football, 35c; basket ball, PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Managers of State Hospital No. 4, until 10 o'clock a. m.,' Sept. 29, 1919, for furnishing "and installing additional equip ment t the Power-'lant of State Hospital No. 4,; Farmington, Mp., 'consisting of fcai!er; Piping, Fit ting's, Pipe Covering, and miscella neous work incident thereto. Plans and specifications are on file at the office of the Secretary of the Board of Managers, Farm ington, Mo., and Hohcnschild & Pearce, Architects, Suite 401 and 402, Odd Fellows Bldg., St Louis, Mo. P. A. BENHAM, President. G. C. VAN DOVER, Secretory. Myers Mayberry left Sunday for Urbana, 111., where he will attend the University of Illinois. Mrs. J. E. Board, of Route 2, brought to The Times office this week and placed on exiubitton some fine speci mens of pcars-the best we have been privileged to jfck upon, so far, this season. Rev. O. H. L. Cunningham, pastor of the Baptist church, reports the fol lowing marriages this week: On Sept. 24th, Lawrence Mclntyre, of Desloge, and Miss Pearl Jones, of Cantwell; Sept. 26th, Eva T. Counts, of Flat River, and Miss Elizabeth L. Hynd man, of Chicago, 111. Capt. Hugh Mayberry arrived home Wednesday night from Camp Dix, N. J., on a twelve days leave of absence. He came on the night train to Bis marck, where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mayberry, met him in their car. Hosts cf friends will be pleased to meet the Captain during his all too brief visit home. The several hard rain storms of the past week, while at times appearing to be somewhat excessive, were really just what was needed, as the water supply was becoming very scarce in many places. The heavy rains have also been just what was most neudad for putting land in a condition for proper plowing and cultivation. The women of 'the Presbyterian church were "at home" to their friends on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 3 o'clock, in honor of Miss Addie Sloan, a Missionary to China. A devotional service, participated in by the women of the churches, preceded Miss Sloan's very interesting talk on her daily life in China. Miss Sloan is home on furlough, and is visiting relatives in Farmington. After the services, a social hour was pleasantly spent in the parlor of the church. Presiding Elder O. H. Duggins left Tuesday morning for St. Louis to at tend annual Conference, which is in session there this week. Rev. E. H. Orear, pastor of the M. E. Church, South, of this city, left Tuesday after noon for Conference. rt is the earnest hope of Rev. Orear's entire congrega tion, as well as his many friends out side, that he will be returned to Farm ington the ensuing year, as he has evidently just begun what will prove to be a most successful - pastorate here. At last reports there were but three vacant desks in the Business College, and several boys and girls have been planning to enter later. Some posi tions paying as much as $120 per month in the beginning are now open. One young man accepted a position in three days after completing his work which took him only two months. When an average boy or girl can pre pare for a position paying anywhere from Fifty to a Hundred Twenty Dol lars o month in even six or , eight months, it is not surprising that so Standary Seed Co., Clarinda, Iowa. 3-t The Bonne Terre News-Register sus pended publication last week owing to insufficient business to liquidate ex penses. The advertising contracts, as well as all subscriptions, have been taken over by the Bonne Terre Star. The Times is pleased to note this ar rangement, as it is claimed that both papers at that place have been losing money for some time, and this plan should turn such loss into a profit for the Star, and at the same time should give to that place even a better paper than has been possible under the old conditions. We wish for the Star prosperity under the present arrange ment. The only thing that prevented us this week from' having a story about the arrest of several crap-shooters was the vigilance; of a "spotter", or possibly "spottwsjf Last Sunday af ternoon Sheriff - Adams and Marshal Sutherland "got next" that a crap game was in full swing in Houok's depot in the northeast edge of town. They secured a car arfl rushed down there, but just as they came in sight of the depot, the participants in the game broke' out and ran across the field at top speed. Sheriff Adams hauled out his gun and fired at them, but they only put on more speed and got away. ROUTE 3 The Madison school' began Monday. Several from this rbute attended the pienfc at Coffman Saturday i Alien Vaugh. Elliott McDaniel. Al fred Allen and Ralph Thomure are at tending school in Farmington. M. and Mrs. LUR Jarrett Ol near Doe atun scent Saturday and Sunday withj relatives on tbis'toute. , Muss Reeva Boyd Spent Sunday with Misses Susan and Emily Gegg. - Mrs. 'Jennie Cowley spent the week end with Samuel Cowley and family at Jttoriey, mo. ; - Mr. and Mrs. Ed McDaniel and children spent Sunday with Thbs. Allen and family. . . . ' " Richard Bone of near Fredericktown spent Saturday and Sunday With Walter Thomure and family of this route. ,-:'-: ;,..v-v :'Ji'- Miss Hazel Jarrett is spending' the week with relatives on this ronte. ' , Mr,, and .Mfi. John Gordon and day fight and Sunday 'with relatives! at Farailnlfton. I ANNOUNCEMENT PARTY One of the most delightful affairs of the season was given on Saturday afternoo'n, when'1 Miss1 Marion Gies sing entertained the- Sewing Club and a few invited guests, at which the en gagement of Miss Alva Marie Clay to Mr. Charles Ralph Wilsen, was an nounced. : '.i "i' The happy secret was disclosed in a very unique fashion. Chocolate ice cream was served in tiny pinK ana white flower pots, from the top of which emergen tiny pink rose buds. In the center of each rose bud was a note telling in verse of the approach ing marriage. The wedding has been set for Oc tober 18th. Miss Clay is the daugh ter of Judge and Mrs. J. S. Clay, of this city. She graduated last April from! Missouri University and is a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority. Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wilson, of Frederick town. lie is at present engaged in business as an accountant in Kansas City, Mo. He is a graduate of Wil liam Jewell College and a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES Miss Bessie Covington, of Bonne Terre, bean work in the shorthand department Monday afternoon Miss Renah Smith of Farmington started Monday morning in the combined work. William Green took up the bookkeeping and banking Monday morning, while Edmund Bowlen start ed Tuesday morning. on the bookkeep ing and banking courses. Mrs. Amy C. Wells returned Monday to complete her business training. Miss Rachel Murrill sends word from Detroit that she is getting along very nicely with her position -there. Miss Mayme Howell left Sunday for a position in St. Louis. Misses Mary Ball, Harriet Fite and Mae Francis passed their final tests in the shorthand and typewriting de partments just recently. Loomas Hubbnrd, formerly of Clark ton, writes that he is getting along very nicely with his new position -at Campbell. Mo. Loomas was with us but two months, finishing the entire bookkeeping course in that time, and beginning work in three days' time af ter lci.ving business college. Will B. Jennings, one of our old students just returned from overseas, has accepted a splendid position in .Little Rock, Ark. Raymond Sigman, of St. Louis, is enjoying a week's vacation. He came to Farmington Sunday, returning to Bonne Terre Monday, where his folks live. Raymond is getting along splen didly and recommends that all young people take business training. Misses Pearl and Clio Sanders came in from St. Louis Saturday for a few days visit with home folks, returning Monday afternoon. Miss Orra Kleppsattel returned from St. Louis Saturday ami took up her du ties as instructor last Wednesday morning. One eye must be treated regularly, but is responding nicely. She' expects to be able to use both of them in a -comparatively short time. " BOTTOM FARM FOR SALE 400 "acres of Mississippi River bot tom in Cape Girardeau county, Mo., 7 miles north of Cape Girardeau on good automobile road; rural route and telephone line. 300 acres under high state of cultivation. 65 acres in small timber. No rocks or gravel on this land. 2 miles from Frisco depot; 1-2 mile from boat landing. No buildings. Price $2.1,000. For further particulars inquire of John Herter, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. ' 3H-tf. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES Christian Science Subject: "Reality." Golden text: Isaiah 64:4. Sunday morning at 11 a. m. in the News building. Sunday school at 9:46 a. tn. T these services the public is cordially invited.. : Lutheran Church H. Hallerberg, Pastor. Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. bpecinl , lhanksgivmg service. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at 10:30. Subject of sermon: "Rendering Thanks unto the Lord for His Benefits. The service will be followed by a welcome-home-reception to the mem bers of the congregation who served with the colors during the late war. No evening service. First Baptist Church' O. H. L. Cunningham, Pastor. Morning worship, 11 o'clock..,.,,.,,,, Sundoy school, 9:30 a. m. n; Teachers' meeting, 9 a. m.j 0j w Junior union, 2:30 p. Senior Union, 7 p.m. "nn rfi Preaching service, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at 8 p. m. Next Sunday is promotion and rally day in the Sunday school. The com mittee is preparing the program for the occasion. Let each teacher an I Sunday school scholar strive to have perfect classes. May we expect a record attendance. Bring your friends with you to any and all the services. - EPWORTH LEAGUE - BANQUET SUCCESS The banquet given for the Epworth League of the M. E. Church South, in the church basement Monday ev ening; was a complete success in every way. t The splendid menu was, prepar ed and elegantly served by the-Ladies Ad Society of. the church,,,,:..!,.. ,' 'i; The Dftstor. Rev. Orear. acted' as toastmaster and! also delivered j an ad-. dress of welcome,.. which, was respond ed to in appropriate manner by Miss Byrd Watts, A male quartette was the next number, singing in pleasant manner "'Wayside Cross." Presiding Elder Duggins then delivered a most entertaining address, which was fol lowed by a talk oh League Work for he Coming Year,, by Lee Orten, a reading by Eugene Morris, a solo by Miss Naomi Garner, and dismissal by League Benediction. .' . '. , The banquet was served in courses, and the program served as a -splendid appetizer. The affair was not only pleasurable for nil, but was also a fi nancial success. I-'-.- ... -I '''" . r ..r.'.T Veil Roast m If you are puz- zlcd over what to get for Sun day dinner how would a nice veal roast or leg of veal appeal to you? We can also satisfy you if you prefer a beef or pork roast, foil we handle nothing but choice meats ;o all kinds. . Honest weight at prices that are right, is the motto of this marketi Just received a fresh supply of Heinz's Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles, in bulk very fine. 1 Here you can also leave your Grocery orders without additional bother, and be assured that your wishes will be carefully complied with, as we carry a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, aa well as Canned Goods. Bethel's Cash Market LARGE ATTENDANCE AT BARN WARMING In spite of the downpour of ram all Saturday morning, more than one-nun- died farmers came out to see the mod- w j""" ' "J : -j ed by the Bonne Terre I-arming anJ Cattle Co., and, also, their excellent ! hor,4 of Po11p,1 Herefords. Mr. B. O. Gammon, from Des Moines, Iowa, e " -asn Meat Market. Ai-U. Secretary of the Amcricun Polled; FOR SALEA steel range; burns Hereford Breeders' Association, was wood or coal. Can be seen at the res present nnd talked to tha men gathered : iJcnce of Mrs. J. H. Wade, at the barn, on tho statU3 of the pure- j FOUND Lady's gold watch. Own bred beef cattle business. He praised er can recover by proving property the herd and equipment of the Bonne ! and paving for this notice. Wm. Terre Company very highly. He said Good, Farmington, Mo. that since the beginning of Oie yew LOST A coat, between a flight he had traveled more than 25,000 miles brown nd jn at Primroe and had visited hundreds of farms but at Grandpa" Stephens' funeral, had found very few better equipped FimIer p!ease notify Mrs, Eiza San. than the Bonne Terre compnny. He de Esther, Mo. Will reward tinder, also said that the company had Ui rir .xTrpr.T-. r i i- i , number of animals which would bo! mETUlf lle genUv to prized very highly on the farms of the 8e faf'm eea to armers. Ex, very best Polled Hereford breeders. , cellent opportunity for hnatler. Hav ,. , iL -. ' agents making from $200.00 to $u00.0O Mr. S. T. Simpson, from the College- Tnonth Writa for particulars. of Agriculture, was also present and tandard 6eed Co clarinda, Iowa, made a short talk. Mr. Simpson said 39.34 that it was hard to realize the rapiij ' growth of the cattle industry in St. I STRAYED Two 2-year old mare Francois county during the last ten mules, one black ond the other a bay. years. He said that his first visit to; A reward for their return or informa St. Francois county was made almost :'ion ,leSdln ,tPer; Address, Clenr ten years ago and at that time there jCreek Stoclt Belgrade, Mo. 3S-1t was no County Agent in this county, I FOR SALE 319 acres of land, on no Hereford Association, only a few 1 the Iron Mountain railroad; two miles purebred Hereford breeders and no of railroad station; live miles north of farm equipment for beef cattle pro- j Piedmont, Wayne county, Mo. 75 duction as can be found at Bonne acres in cultivation. Iron mine on Terre today. During the last ten land. Will sell for $10 per acre. Also years, St. Francois county has stepped have two good work mar&s, wagon out ahead of her neighboring counties, ; and harness, 9 head of cattle, 22 hea:l first employing a County Agent, and of hogs, and feed to' carry through next, organizing a Hereford Breeders' . winter. Will sell. Good range for all Association, which has built up the kinds-of stock. Address. Mrs. ,S. .A, Hereford cattle industry to where it Anderson, Piedmont, Mo. Rural now stands. Mr. Gammon and Mr. ( Route No. 2, box 21. , Simpson left on an early tram and many of the farmers did not reach the barn until they had left. The new barn built by the company has concrete floors and mangers throughout, will accommodate more than 100 head of cattle, has feed and litter carriers to all stalls, and has an English system of lighting and ven - tilating which provides plenty of sun- light and fresh air. A special bain is built near the main one which will have on office and set of platform scales near the main barn. The herds- man's cottage is built conveniently near to the other buildings and ' .is modern throughout. One of the strong reatures or their equipment is the per- manent way in which it has been con - structod. All material used has been of the very strongest and best. , Dairy Farmers Go in Search of Purebred Jerseys Four carloads of farmers interested in purebred dairy cattle left Farming- ton this morning to visit the Funis llmrv hnrm nt Hnnno m .Tofrnrann county. The Ennis Dairy Farm has some very hi?h bred Jersey cattle nnd a number of the farmers making the trip are contemplating buying some cows and calves. The following men made the trip: C. C. Schuttler, Geo. Busick, A. J. Griffin, Henry Ruh, Wm. Feezor. Wm. Korber. LeRov Johnson. - , . , , f Ed Klein and the County Agent, all from the vicinity of Farmington. ' A car load of farmers from around Jay Dee are'jilanning to join the party at Bonei "Terre. The men who have- been contemplating going from around T.wn .... w XT' r a tr r . wor w me, vt. ... -avu.. -tv, ?t,. vm una nm. inunu. ' ' "'" ' 1 "' ". , , . . ai.inu9 rAiiuuni; ' i - j CONVENTION run. bill' On Thursday, September 18, Mrs. Gilbert O. Notions departed f or Au- ruru, mu., iu unenu a patriuiu: vuaveii- tion held there on the 19th, 20th and 21st of September. She was joined at Aurora by her husband, Judge tie and Florence, who are attending the State Teachers' College at Spring-1 w. ; Thirty-seven States and - Canada were ' represented at the convention. which was attended by more than 200 delegates, including several men ana women of national prominence. Mrs. Nations returned homo Monday. - . - - Classified Ads. TakRn y in tho city Pound: Onj bu(.k ho wiln gma bell on. aUo , norsei cit Marshal, larmington, mo. c,Tr.r,n FOR SALE OR TRAHE One Max- ; wp" F.00u ?? new- "-"eaP- i?""- LICENSED TO MARRV Sept. 20 Charles A. Horn. Farm- '"Kton Koute 3, and Alvma E. Bieser, i Farmington. 1 1 Sept. 20 Toby Pfunkett and Irene Bumia, Esther.' ' 1 Sept. 20 Geo. Hoehn and Trixie Hulsey, Doe Run. I Sept. 20 Fred Kanawarf, Desloge, and Blanche Thomure, Cantwell. LJn'i ;' Mearl Tn.'n. Wcmgarten Route C i. o t Tn ii r-i . o" r 00 r.,-,1 pi,. t. and Cordio Osher, Leadwood, Sept. 22 Eva T. .Counts, Flat Re ! er antI Elizabeth. L Hyndman, Chi- cag ' ' J'"' , , lSJePt- 3 A. M. Huff and Prudy I Dodson, Bonne Terro, , Sept. 8'4-Mnrviil- TOammors, Routei 3, and Lettie Rector, Weingarten. Sept. 24 Lawrence Mclntyre, Des loge, and Pearl Jones, Cntwelj.. LOCAL MARKET REPORT Prepared by McAtee Produce Co Who are Paying the Following Prices Today: . : ' . " J ' Eggs, per dozen .42c Hens, per lb ...lfic to. Spring Chickens, per lb.. 20c "to' -3c u 1. ...!.... . . .L. l.t.J .3, pvj. 111 ....... Young Turkeys, per It) ... ! Young Turkeys, p'er lb .... ! Oid Geese, per lb ' Cocks, per lb ...... .-. Ducks; per lb -'.. '.!'.'...! '. Mhmv rwk'a , , . I ...Me- ...113 ....13c. . . ' " , oijineafl. eacfi ..., Side to :.! 1 Wool, per ID ..... Veal .Calves, pet tb ..60c to COc .,10c tOV" .28s to 33a , . . 30s to Hoc ..32c to ar.j ..25c to 35; i Mira, perr in . . Hides, per'lb .... . . . ,., oacon, per i.) ...... . I Sit mill H Are Ttni lt 25e to 30. j New Potatoes, per bu., fl.50 to Jl.bi jpr-11 UQ01 butter, per IU .4Q-- , packing, butter, per lb ....... .,..35- Copper,, per pound '... 5 Na-s'Bjaes,i pp pound Kc , Zinc, per lb ................. . , 2c Aluminum, per' lb !.!!.iOe If ACrs. lutr Mill ina. . l Iron, net R ................... ,20c . Inner Tubes, oer lb .......... 3e to 4a Rubber, per lb-. ........... ,2c to 4c cones, per 1UU ICS 25c Feathers, per.ft..,. 25c to 60c Auto Casing, per K 2c TJU l.n-." ; u: .i w ; ''S'A ' i'. - ', ,'Jrn':'