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:: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: FLAT RIVER Mrs. L. E. Pierson and little son, L. E., Jr., who have, been visiting the former's parents, f)r. and Mrs. T. L. Haney, departed Saturday for their home in River Rouge, Mioh. Misses Elsie SchUck end Iva Honey were Desloge visitors Saturday. Miss Mabel Watts, who has been visiting relative and friends in St Louis and Illinois, returned home f n- day. i ' . . ' . . tj Tucker of Rivcrmines has been tied to her back the past week, having an attacK 01 wnsmua. . u;s... Hn.tri' P.oiut. Bessie Mo- sier, Messrs. Earl Govro and Paul Covington of Bonne Terre, werej Farmington visitors Sunday. Bill Moody of Burknette, Texas, who has been spending the past week with his grandmother and er rel atives here, returned to hi home bun- dKir. and Mrs. P. C. Hough and Mr. and Mrs. Ode Whitener ofen-; town were guests of Mr. and. Mrs. f . w7schlick Tuesday. They were en routfe to St. Louis. Byron Findley and Andrew McCoy of Desloge were Flat Rive' visitors Elsie Schlick and Lillian Frather were Farmington visitors irmset Hattie Duncan, Grace Ward, Iva Eaves were Mot River visitors S8Mrrdand Mrs. Tom Hood of Des loge were Flat River visitors Satur- daB'rabson Cecil and Geo. Rohrback were Farmington visitors Monday. Little r. C. ttougn, jr., x icktown spent the past week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . W. Schlick. . Ira Eaton of Bismarck was a Flat River visitor Sunday. Andrew Bamhouse of Bonne Terre attended the basket ball game here Vpaul Pepin, Donald Goodin, Bryan Bradley, Shelton Bryan, Serschel Cole were at the basket ball game here Miss Maude Son of Bonne Terre was the guest of friends here Satur- da&.. j t R A. Wallace. Mr. and wni:. Mi.hnlann of Detroit, who nave been spending the holidays with friends and relatives here, returned to their home Friday. . Dr. G. B. Williams went to tt. Louis Monday on a business trip. Hershel Cole of Dosloge was a Flat River visitor Tuefiday. Mrs. J. J. Zimmerman went to ht. T ..: V.i.uinoua TlinHllaV. tv, Vint River trirls defeated the Bonne Terre girls in a game of basket ball Friday night with a score of 47 to 18. Both teams- put up a good game. The Bonno Terre pluyers were: Helen Moran, Lucy Compton, Sybil Pratt. Nellie Evans, Jessamine Fite and Thelma Wheeling, and the Flat River players were Elizabeth ww Nellie Williams. Frances An thony Thompson, Vida Tucker, Mary Marsh and Violet Fowler. In the sec . ond half Irene Dudley took F. A. Thompson's place and Iva Haney took Violet Fowler's place. Miss Leah Giessing refereed and Miss Lena Straughn was umpire. The Flat Kiv er boys won from Caledonia the same evening, the score being 22 to 20. Miss Gladys Tolleson and Frances McMinn attended the basket (ball here Saturday night between Leadwood and Desloge. Ruby Covington and Lucile himp son of Bonne Terre were Flat River , visitors Saturday afternoon. Miss Nellie Williams is on the sick list H. Tucker left Inst Thursday night for Marianna, Ark., where ho has a store. He will bo there a week or so. Misses Minnie Goldstein, Leah A l per, Minnie Alper and Allean Nalle wore Bismarck visitors Saturday af ternoon. , ,.. . Misses Nellie Williams and Vida Tucker were Farmington vnitors Sun- dllMr. and Mrs. II . Gfudstein of Flat River visited in Farmington Sundsy. Edw. Miller and Boy nomnson, both former students at Flat River, but now attending school in Bonne Terre, were here Friday night. The P. E. O. were delightfully en tertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Given of Federal. The Freshman Cooking Class serv ed a luncheon to their mothers Tues day, under the supervision of Misses Given and Westover. m T1 1 Iw.Tfa hie nfVn Clarence rrayi,ci mvivc ,o ...... Tuesday while playing basketball. Malcom Farrar of Doe Run was a Flat River visitor Sunday. M. L. Wolfner ws a Uesloge visitor Miand Mrs. F. W. Schlick and daughter, Elsie, and Miss Iva Haney motored to Arcadia Sunday. Bill Newcomer of Flat River was ' an Elvins visitor Saturday night. 1 E. Logan of River Rouge, Mich., . visited Harry Bloom for several days. Miss Mamie White of Esther was a Flat River visitor Saturday. Golden Ward end Inez Randolph were Flat River visitors Saturday. FARMINGTON HDW. CO. Dealers in Haydcuare Stoves, Ranges Etc. ffIVV ;';iiVE' AND LET LIVE PRICES 'ti.t.iMU Wit Phone c 1HJE ' Miss Van Ness Topping attended the Lyceum Course in Desloge Mont day night. Wm. Altheuser was a: Flat River visitor Sunday. Dennis Hopkins and Kathrine Jackson of Cantwell were here Mon day to practice basket ball at the x. M. C. A. Howard Turley and Damon Cole 6f Desloge were Flat River visitors Monday. , , F. Jf. Schlick? was n 'Bonnet Terre visitor Thursday. , Norman Topping entertained a number of friends with a birthday party Wednesday night. Norman was , ii - 1 1 . 1 ifl yearn uiu. - , Mrs. C. D. Richardson gawp a de lightful birthday party Tuesday night in honor of the 14th birthday anni versary of Nona Nipper. Refresh ments of Lemonade and cake were served. A large crowd was there and greatly enjoyed the evening. LEADWOOD Public Installation - Leadwood Lodge No. 598 A. F. & A. M., and Margaret Chapter No. 346, O. E. S., held a Joint installation last Saturday night, Jan. 8th. The follow ing officers were installed: J. F. Pos ton, W. M.; J. A. Evans, S. W.j R. H. Ramsey, J. W.; A. W. Level, Sec retary: H. L. Stapp, Treasurer; C. P. Hale, Chaplain; Bert Stapp, S. D.; E. F. Karsch, J. D.j J. Adam Karsch, S. S.; Bert Scott, J. S.; A. B. Deremiah, Marshal; and J. F. lleckler, Tyler. There were some extra duties attach' ed to Bro. Deremiah's office. He is to look after the quarantine work at brankclay. The O. E. S. installed the following officers: Mrs. Kate Edmonds, W. M.; A. W. Level, W. r.; Mrs. Ollie Evans, A. M.; Mrs. Mane Deremiah, Conduc tress; Mrs. Esther Edmonds. A. C; Mrs. Annie Clay, Secretary; Mrs. An nie Goodman, Treasurer; Mrs. Edna Reaves, organist; Mrs. Daisy Stapp, Chaplain, Mrs. Lulu McFarland, Mar shal; Mrs. Eula Bcckler, Adah; Mrs. Mollie Williams, Ruth; Mrs. Jennie McGee, Esther; Mrs. Nettie Hender son, Martha; Mrs. Kate Karsch, Elec ta; Mrs. Lyda Bass, Warden; J. V. Poston, Sentinel. After the installa tion of officers and the speech making was over, those present were served by the members ot the btar with a boun tiful spread of good things to eat. Walter McEwen, of St. Louis, was down Saturday night to take in the basket ball game between Leadwood ami Deslo.re. Walter was one Leadwood's star players of that game, Amos Morris ot bt .bouis, is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mis. J. E. Moms. i The epidemic of smallpox continues to spread in Frankclay. The State Board of Health has quarantined the town, and allows no one to come in or go out of town. The St. Joseph Lead Co. has mnde nrovisions that all the citizens of Leadwood and Frank clay can be vaccinated without cost. This is real kind in the company and everybody should avail themselves of this opportunity, in order to stamp out the disease. Up to date about 290 have been vaccinated. There has on ly been but one case reported in Lead wood. Emory Taylor, of Desloge, was vis iting relatives here Sunday. Miss Mary Dunn, a former teacher of Leadwood, but now teaching at El vins, was visiting in Leadwood Satur day. The work on the Leadwood Com munity House is progressing very rapidly. The roof will be on by the middle of the week. Presiding Elder O. H. Duggins will preach at the Methodist church Sun dav nisrht. Jan. ltfih. The boys' basket ball team of the Leadwood hich school defeated DeS' loge on the Y. M. C. A. court at Flat River Saturday night, Jan. 8th, 23 to 19. The first half was a closely fought battle, but in the second half the Leadwood boys held and increased a lead throughout the game which cDs lose could not overcome. The Lead- wood boys have lost only one game during the outdoor season, and intend to make a clean sweep of xhe indoor schedule, three victories already Deing accredited them. Leadwood plays the strong Esther team at the Y. M. C. A., Flat River, Friday night. Everyone is expecting a very close game. Rev. J. W. Ham was transacting business at Desloge Tuesday morn inc. The two-year-old child, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayberry, which was op- crated on ot the Bonne Terre hospital a few days ago, was ableto be brought home this week. The Bix-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laramore died Monday, Jan. 10th. of stomach trouble. Little Elbert Franklin will be sadly missod from the home, and we extend our heart-felt svmDathv to the family. John Crossan, who bought the shoe shop of Wm. Jahncke, has moved to Leadwood and taken charge of the shoD. Mr. Crossan says that he ex pects to put in a complete line of shoes and a stock of army goods. There is an old saying that a fellow can go home when he can t go any- for flatctoear Farmington, Mo. FARMINGTON TIMES. FARMINGTON. Ship Honey Bee From One Nectar m zz; : 1 1. PUTTirMCS I3EE!. into where else. But that is not the case hei e in Leadwood. Everyone that works for cither the St. Joseph Lead Co., or at Desloge No. 6 mines, and lives in frankclay, has to stay away from home on account of the quaran tine at Frankclay. Lynn (Dock) VanLear, the popular munager of the cash and carry store here at Leadwood, has been away from his post since Saturday, suffer ing with a severe case of tonsilitis. It is hoped that Dock will not be too sick to go south the coming spring in order to get in shape for the open ing of the baseball season. VALLES MINES Miss Elsie Heaton, who has been visiting relatives in St. Louis, re turned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Greene White visited at tne home of Mrs. Effie Turley Monday. Misses Lena Statzel. Edna Crutch- er and Theo. Statzel and Rudy Bell ville visited at the home of Henry Tur ley Sunday., , Misses Ulga ana ciancne ncwuii visited at Mrs, Effie Turley's Monday. Edw. Heaton of St. Louis is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. wm. tiea ton, a few days this week. Miss Olira Heaton was guesi oi ner sister, Mrs. H. C. Rhodes. Mrs. tine luney ana cmiuicu ited Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Sunday. Clarence Sykes was a oonne ierre visitor Monday. . - m. arA Mm. Wmt Heaton ' and daughter, Aletha, were guests of their daughter, Mrs. H. C. Rhodes, Sunday, Miss Jennie inurman oi ot. tiuu.o is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thurman. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rhodes and children visited at the home of her rmronta. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. HeatoB Thursday. John r orscnee was a nonne ieno visitor Tuesday. . A pie supper will be given at the Rouggly school Saturday night, Jan. 15th. Everybody come. Miss Josephine Turley was guest of Miss Blanche Heaton Tuesday. , Frank Coyto is visiting his father who is Beriously ill at Blackwell. Miss Elsie Heaton was a vanes Mines visitor Monday. ' Edw. Heaton, who has neen visw inir natives here a few days, return ed to his work in St. Louis Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Kowe died ax ner nome Monday morning at 10 o'clock, of heart trouble. Funeral services were held at her home Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Tetley. She leaves to mourn her death, three daughters, Mrs. .Helen Barbey, Mrs. Lillie May ro and Miss Lizzie Rowe, three sons, John, Harvey and Alfred, all of whom m-Ment at the funeral. The re mains were laid to rest inthe Rowe cemetery. The Times extends sym- narhv Miss Estelle Woolem was guest of Mian Gertrude Riddle Sunday. Several from here attended the fun eral of Roscoe Jones Tuesday. Misses Elsie and Olga Heaton were Valles Mines visitors Wednesday. PRIMROSE ... Mrs.' Fred Cash and children spent MnnHaV kt the home of Lass Cash. ; "Doe" Stephens of Prospect made a trip to Blackwell Monday. j W. A. Jones or iueizo motoreu -tu peSoto Monday. , ' , - -', Mrs. Ida Jones wag' shopping in ' Bonne Terre Tuesday. , : . Mack Wagoner of Moontown mb tored to DeSoto Monday.;, J Roll Blackwell of Moontown made a i trip hero Tuesday, , - Miss' Viola Turley of near BiacK well was a visitor here the Jorer part of last week. - Ferman Moon was S visitor at Ihe home of Wm. A, Moon Tuesday night, v Wm, Blacwkell of Moontown trans- PI i,t m -M-ffii ntK-'jlil' I EARN 9 FROM tsoo TO SLECTIN3 BEES FOR j fft $f fl MWI SHIPMENT TO OTHER , MMiwM MECTAR FIELDS AFTER ..J thev have: gorged 1 1 iV..rTWI ii THEMSELVES ON SUGArM I'X'Z ,j 1 I fulfil p-, f PUS i SSIp wSm MISSOURI. JANUARY 14, 1921 Harvest Hands Crop to Another mX - " vm H v In.' UV 1 CASE THf?oi;i-. acted business in Bonne Terre Wed nesday. G. Wheclehon and Edwin Murphy of near Valles Mines were Bonne Terre visitors the latter part of last week. Harold Holdman of Bonne Terre spent Friday night here at the home of his uncle, Morris Jones. J. C. King made a business trip to Blackwell Monday. L. Cash was a visitor at the home of his brother, Fred Cash, Sunday. Mr. Blackwell of Prospect motored to Bonne Terre last week. , Herman White of Bonne Terre was a visitor here Sunday. Artie Holdman of ftlelzo transacted business in Bonne Terre Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lass Cash and little son, Albert, spent Sunday at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Moon. Howard Blackwell and sister, Miss Bertha, of Moontown attended church in Bonne Terre Sunday night. Dan O'Sullivan made a trip out to his brother, Joe O'Sullivan, near Doe Run the fore part of the week. Mrs. Jane Jones was a visitor at the home of Willis Moon Monday. . ESTHER A. M. Hoy spent the week-end in St. Louis on business. Mrs. Cecil Fender visited her moth' er in Farmington last Tuesday. Supt. D, E. Abernathy went to Flat River Tuesday evening on business. Miss Delia Cunningham of Farm ington visited at Mrs. W. Perryman's this week. Misses Effie Sullivan and Clara Rosenstengel shopped in Flat River Tuesday. Miss Ollie Porterfield spent the week-end with home folks at Bonne Terre. Miss Delia Rosenstengel. who teach es in Desloge, spent the week-end with her sister. Miss Clara, here. Misses Clara Kosenstengel, .11 10 Sulilvan and Edythe Backler were Deslotre visitors Saturday morning. Judire Tucker of r armineton visited the school this week. . Dr. and Mrs. Williams visited the school Monday. The Esther high school boys played the Elvins boys on the court at the Y in Flat River last Saturday night, The score was 42 to 31 in favor of Es ther. Our boys play clean ball and go in to win. They will play the Lead- wood boys next Friday night, Jan. 14, at the "Y" in Flat River. We wish them success. Misses Nolle Humnhrev and Iva Cole were shopping in Flat River last Saturday evening. They also attended the ball game at the i . - Mr. and Mrs. Cecil f ender and Mrs. James Edwards motored to St. Louis Saturday. They returned Sun' day night, x Miss Mayme White of Elvins spent the week-end with nome ioiks. ; Misses Cynthia Gruner, Effie Sulli Van .and Clara Kosenstengel were shopping in' Farmington Saturday. , Mr. Shepherd, 'who has been ill for some time, passed away Monday morn ing at 4 o'clock. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family, r ; Miss Vada Humphrey and brother, Homer, were Esther visitors Monday, They. drove over from their home at Irondale to see their sister, Miss Nel v. who teaches here.7 , ''i. Mr. Stanlield has sold, his property to Mr.. .Glore. We are. sorry to lose thesa people and hope they may relo cate in our miust. v . Several people from here Were shop ping in flat Kiven and " farmington Saturday. "nil i Mrs. W. Ferryman visited friends in Pnrmincfnn ln wnlr. Miss Van Ness Topping,? of the teachers here, went to DeSoto Friday night to referee a basket ball game. i. BISMARCK tw C C Korlniron was a profession al visitor at Davis Crossing Tuesday. Chester Beard of St. Louis Bpent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,L. N. Beard. . Hnmer Waleer of Ironton was a vis itor here the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Beard were El vins visitors Tuesday. T.aa Wprfnesdav . afternoon while some, boys, were throwing rocks with ruboer snngscots, juuub vowbbi in cidentally hit Master John Ragsdale in the left eye, which caused the little fellow a lot of suffering. He was tak en to Dr. F. W. Gale's office for treat ment. At this writing he is getting along nicely. -.- There seems to be a general epi demic of colds in this neighborhood. Cecil Lightfoot of Irondale was a isitor here Wednesday. Cecil is in the U. S. Navy and is home on a thirty-days furlough. ' - . C. I. Garrett of Flat River was a visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Elmer Strausser was on the sick list last week. The new addition to the building now occupied by the Bismarck Motor Co. is complete and ready for msa. - Norman Sinclair is on the sick list T. H. Coxey shipped two coops of chickens to the St. Louis market Wed nesday. , Mr. Frazier of Esther, the Raleigh man,, was through our neighborhood the fore part of the week. H. C. Johnson and 0. E. Hans brough attended the funeral of R. B. Jones, Cashier of the People's bank at DeSoto, last Wednesday afternoon. G. C. Evans of Hopewell was a week-end guest of his brother, Harry, and family. Wm. Devine was a Farmington vis itor Wedncsduy. , Clarence Houck wp.s a Graniteville visitor Saturday. Tom Williams and family of Iron Mountain were Bismarck visitors Fri day. James Devine returned to his home at Leadwood, after spending the fore part of the week with friends and relatives here. E. E. Evans of Ironton spent Thursday here on business. Theo. Van Huck of Iron Mountain was a business visitor here Friday. O. W. Ramsey and Rev. Wm. Eng Tmnton visitors Thursday. Mrs. James Cox -of Iron Mountain. was a visitor here Thursday. Dr. F. W. Gale was a pofessional visitor at Frankclay f nday. Clarence Houck and Henry Mester were Farmington callers Sunday. Flovd Boushoun. who has been em ployed in St. Louis for the past year and had been home on a two-weeks' vacation, returned there Saturday morning. . . ' Jesse .Shaner spent Saturday in St, Louis. Mrs. Margaret Shernlls opened up a general merchandise, millinery and dry goods Btore last Friday. Mrs. Sherrill has been engaged in the mil linery business here for the past year and a half and has enjoyed a good business. Guy Robinson of Iron Mountain was visitor here Friday. Hugh Steel was a Desoto visitor Friday. Mr. Starcks of Kansas City was a visitor here Sunday. John Strickland is again a resident of Bismarck, having moved here from DeSntn. Arthur Devine of Leadwood spent the week-end as a guest of his brother, William nnri family. Miss Olea Brown returnee, nere Saturday, after an extended visit with relatives and inenos at di. uouib. Mr. Wescott of Desloge was a vis it hnro Sumlnv. Dewitt Layton returned to Bertrand Sunday, after spending the week-end with home folks. Mrs. SoDhia Leggett and daughter, Miss Ilaho, were Middlebrook visit or SnnHnv. Harry Dace was an ironton visitor Sunday. . , Geo. Mester was a leaawooo viouui QunHnv Afternoon. Wm. Devine was a Farmington vis itor Monday. 'Hugh Steel and son, ueorge, were Farmington visitors Saturday after noon. . eil Burnette Ol rarmingion anu hU nenhew. Charles Kettinger oi this city, went to St. Louis Friday. Miss Neoa JLumonas oi ot. i-kjuio was a week-end guest at the Mat thew Houck home. ' Mrs. G. W. Gordon of fclvms ano daughter, Mrs. Thos. Wolffe, of De troit, Mich., were guests of Jesse Smith and family this week. A representative of the Brown Ly ceum course was. in town Friday and sold the town a high grade lyceum course for next year. Paul Deguire of , f redericKtown was a Sunday visitor with his broth er, Frank, and family. Jesse Smith and family have moved here from Elvins. Sam L. Burch of Elvins was on our streets Sunday. . . Miss Edith Long went to St. Louis Sunday. Mesdames Ernest wunmng, can McGeorge, and Oscar Kennedy of Flat River were guests at the Robt. Ward home Thursday. Miss Ruby Ward was a flat Krver visitor Saturday. i : SuDt. Baker and family were Bell- vue visitors Sunday. -, Johnny Adams and Cecil ugnnooi of Irondale were Callers here Sunday. The Bismarck Harmony and Dra matic Club will give a miscellaneous program at the opera house Saturday evening., . . , ..-.,. i-,-1' '. Mrs. J. T, Lucas of Betgrade vaa a wee-end guest at the ,C. J Hill home. Kev. and Mrs. ,f orsvthe ol caieuo- nia sDont Sutidav with friends, and relatives here. J-Rev. Forsythe filled his regular appointment 'at the TJnion church Sunday morning. '. George and Mary Munger of Pied mont will furnish special talent for the ' entertainment at the Monarch theatre Saturday nit'ht. , There were 42 births and 2d deaths in Bismarck and vicinity during 1920. ' The small-pox patients are all irr. proving. Miss Lela Hansbrough is suffering from appendicitis, : Dr. F. W. Gale was a professional visitor at Annapolis Friday night. : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hughes of Cher ryville spent Saturday with friends and relatives here. ' ... Mrs. Walter Bono and son, ; Amos, are on the sick list. ' ' , . Quite a few car loads of seed have been received here lately. - v Miss Nellie Wallen spent the week end with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. M. N. Wallen. ' A wolf was reported in our neigh borhood Sunday. , . Virgel Sloan has accepted a posi tion as clerk in the store of Mrs. Mar garet Sherrill.- Louis Conrad of Iron Mountain was here Friday. Dan Hodkms of Caledonia was a visitor here Sunday. , Mrs. Maggie Barger visited oer brother at irondale Sunday. Two men by the name of Jack Adams and John Fortner were Brrest ed by Marshal Huff and Constable Fitzpatrick last Saturday on a charge of having robbed and mistreated John Siebert while the three were nding in a wagon last November. - They were lodged in the city jail until they were able to give bond. , , ' L. W. Crane and family of Bellvue were Sunday visitors at the O. V. Lashley home. Miss Florence Tetley, high school principal, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks at Farmington. ELVINS . ;( i Mrs. H. Y. Hulcy went to Doe Run Friday of last week to visit relatives. Grover Cooksey went to St. Louis Friday of last week to seek employ ment. He returned Sunday. Edwin Norris of St. Louis cama here Saturday to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Norris and children, accompanied by Edith Bar- ryman, motored to Bismarck Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hulcy and chil dren returned from Kansas last week. Miss Edna Robinson, who has been visiting her parents here for two weeks, returned to St. Louis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berryman went to Farmington Sunday to visit rela tives and friends. Wm. Layne went to Farmington Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Carl Berryman is on the sick list. Tom Roberts was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Norris Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Doiran and children were guests of Mrs. John Plymale Wed nesday. Harry Berryman was an Elvins vis itor Tuesday. ' ' T. Flannery of Flat River was an Elvins visitor Tuesday. Milton Buhrmester was a Flat River Visitor Wednesday. Mrs.' Wm. Moore has been on the sick list. . Mrs. James Pelate is on the sick list. '. 1 Andrew Pritchet is on the sick listj Chris Yancen of near Doe Run vis ited his sister, Mrs. Wm. Moore. Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. f red Yancen of Doe Run view ited her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Moorr, Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Newkirk is on the sick list. Little Harold Vanderbriff is on the sick list this week. Little Raford Moore is ill at pres ent. Rev. Dobs, who has been on the sick list for the past week, is able to be out again. Mrs. Jane McClary of Texas county is visiting her son, George, and fam ily here. Miss Tishey Moore of St. Louis re turned to her home Sunday, after a few days' visit with her brother, Wm. Moore, and other relatives. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yancen of Doe Run visited their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Moore, Friday and Saturday. ' Little Lela Brown, who has been very low with whooping cough and pneumonia, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Edmonds and son of Bonne Terre spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. Woodruff. Mrs, Jane McClary left Wednesday to visit her son at Bismarck and will return to her home in Birchtree, Texas county, the first of February. (Crowded out last week.) Mrs. C. G. Carr and daughter, Miss Lucille Vance, returned from St. Louis Friday. , "Dr. Tidwell was a Farmington vis itor Monday. Alfred Young of Desloge was an Elvins visitor Sunday. Mrs. Wells of Doe Run is visiting her son here this week. The little son of Mr. Marshall is very ill with pneumonia. I Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe -lanes, Jan. 3, 1921, a girl. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gann. Jan. 2, 1921, a pirl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henson and . children visited relatives near Flat River Sunday. Ur. and Mrs. Tidwell and daughter. Miss Jessie Mae, returned Sunday from a two-weeks' visit with their son in New York. Mrs. Braddv snent last week with her son near Divis Crossing. , urover and Louis Cooksey and Miss Ruby Kinney motored to DeSoto Sun day. Mr. and' Mrs. Ed Hulsev were shop ping in Farmington Monday. . ; H. Dunn of. Chloride came here Fri day of last week to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. J. H. Matkin of Chloride was called here Monday on account of the illness of her granddaughter, Miss Edith Calvens. Lela Brown, the little daughter nf . Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Brown, is verv ill with whooping cough and pneumonia.' . Mrs. fidw. Harling of St. Louis came here Wednesday of laat week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bessinger. .. ' , Miss bdna Shernlls of St. Louis re turned home Sunday, after a week's vjsit herewith relatives. 1 ' Miss Mabel' Berryman, wo is em ployed in St. Louis, was he?o during the Christmas holidays, 'visiting her parents ,i and other relatives and friends, , , : Homer Kennedy and Alvin Bolden of Flat River were Elvins visitora Sun day.v c H. Moyer went to St. Louis Tuesday on business, ., "