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THE FAKMINGTON TIMES. FARM INGTON, MISSOURI. JULY 21, 1921!
v 'It' fresh at Klein's." . 11 ir:na at V 1-ln'a gun;- jviin-i v -. Ask for our 35c Coffee it's real Klein's: v Mason Jars and Extra Tops at Klein's. Mrs. P. G. Hunt returned Sunday from a visit in St Louis and Illinois. Wall Paper at Farmington Merc. Co. Mrs. A. L. Orten is In a seriouscon dition, and ber children have been sent for. ..... i ' K Henry Rinke and daughter, Pauline, of Flat River, were Farmington . vs-; itors Monday. Bicycle tires and repairs at Farm ington Hdw. Co. Miss MaryJ?urks, of Iron Mountain, ts the guest of relatives in Farming ton this week. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stoddard and daughter, June, spent last week visit ing in St. Louis. Diamond Edge Tools t Farming ton Hdw. Co. Prof J. A. Koss. of the Lutheran school, left Saturday for a visit in River Forrest, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris and fam ily visited Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bess in Fredericktown Sunday. Seed Corn and Stock Peas at Farm ington Merc. Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kurtz, of Stony Mills, Pa., came in Saturday for a visit with relatives here. ''. Misses Mary and Sophia Liolios, of Charleston, are guests of Sundy Lio lios and family this week. Diamond Edge tools unconditional ly warranted. Farmington Hdw. Co. Mrs. James Andrews, of .rederlcK town, was in Farmington Satutday shopping and visiting friends. Miss Helen Elayer spent the past week in Bonn Terre, visiting her cousin, Paul Benham, and family. New stock of Linoleum at Farming ton Merc. Co. Misses Arline Tual and Marion Huff, of Ironton, were guests of Miss Helen Karsch a few days last week. Miss Aljie Mae Bailey is expected the last of the week from St. Louis for a week's visit with her parents, The New Perfection Oil Stove, with superfex burners equal to gas. See them at Farmington Hdw. Co. Miss Virginia Taylor returned Sun day to her home in Leadwood, after a week's visit with her . cousin, Miss Gladys Miller. ... ' Miss Euda Wilson, who is employed in St. Louis, came down last Thursday night and will spend a month with her sister here. Wool wanted at Farmington Merc. Co. trade or cash. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Priest, .of Jackson, came up Saturday for a vis it with Mrs. Priest's parents; Mr. and Mrs. George Wari 4?jr,1 V- Claud E. Orton, j of Colorado Springs, came in Saturday and will spend several weeks here with his mother and family. Protect your health and comfort by screening your doors and windows. Tetley-Klem Lumber Co. i. M. Jackson, of St. Louis, came down Saturday to be with his sister, Mrs. A. L. Orten, wno nas Decn quins sick for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Fisher, of Ro besonia, Penn., arrived Saturday for a viBit with Mrs. Fisher's brother, Richard Adams, and family. Rugs of all kinds at Farmington Merc. Co. v Mr. and Mrs. George Calvin Klein, of Philadelphia, Penn., made a short visit with their uncle, Richard Adams, enroute to their home from Califor nia. Mrs. Alice Patton, of Ironton, came over Monday and stayed until Thurs day with her daughter, Miss Allie, who returned with her mother to spend her vacation. . . ..-Yfn Sargents iuu per cent wn. lead and oil paint, quality and cover ing capacity guaranteed. We will tell you all about it at Farmington Hdw. Co. . Dan Mell and Edward Zeiman, who have been visiting relatives and friends here for the past several weeks, left Monday for their home in Detroit, Mich. , . . Mrs. Otis Wherley, who was re cently taken to the Bonne Terre hos pital for treatment, was so much im proved by the first of the week to be brought home. Renew and beautify your home with an attractive, coat of paint. Good Ready Mixed Paint or Lead and Oil, at right prices, at Tetley-KIein Lum ber C,n. .i .-; . . Ben O'Dell returned to Farmington Monday night irom at. juouih, wk X. 1 V.Aa- wmIi hia Rnn. Cliff, who is lit) imo utu .... ... - , i, in St. John's hospital, suffering with a paralytic stroKe. m A TWt Smith and lur. mm . ' daughter, Virginia, of BloomHeld, and Mrs. uunningnam, oi ape uu-ar-deau, drove up Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. o. araiin. Misses Anna and Elisabeth Brock miller and Norma and Elizabeth Gies sing are attending the National Wal ther League Convention, which is be ing held in Omaha, Nebr., this week. Mrs. Blue and baby, of Puxico, ar rived the last of the week for a visit with relatives. They are domiciled in the M. E. South parsonage during ths absence of Rev. and Mrs. Thogmprton and family. . 1( .. . Those home-made preserves and jellies that mother knows how to make will taste so much better if prepared In our Wear-Ever pans and kettles. Special prices on these at Farming ton Hdw. Co. Mrs. W. N. Fleming entertained last Friday afternoon with a tea Jn honor of Miss Elizabeth Buck, of Hnnrtm. Texas. A number of young l . .. mrA All' TnrSRMl MUliea tSl uis.i - r .themselves as having spent a most v THE GEIvT STUDIO for Bne Portraits ? Family Groups, Wedding Pictures, etc Babies? Hiuf , Children's Pic tures my specialty. All kinds of Photo Work and Enlarging done at reasonable pricey : j f j-j j 4 rSamuU Cowley, "of Route 8, and Miss Grace M. Smith, of this city, were united in marriage at 12:30 o'clock, in tha Christian church par soitage.,' Rev. J. M. Bailey performed the ceremony. Mrs. Lionel Tetley. who has been visiting in St. Louis for the past sev eral weeks, returned home last Sun day, i She was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Susie Wood, who will make an indefinite visit here. J. H. Keller, who has been visiting relatives in Farmington for the past several days, returned to his home in Piggott, Ark., Wednesday. He was accompanied by his niece, Miss Ger trude Haynes, who will spend several weeks there. ' The Farmington Chapter of DeMo lay gave a splash party last Wednes day night to which members' of the order and their "best girls" were in vited. Quite a number of couples were present and all enjoyed a good swim at Blomeyer's. Mr. and MrB. C. R. Hughes and lit tle daughter left Sunday in their car for St. LouiB. From there they went by rail to their old home in Steel ville, Mo., for a few days visit with relatives and old friends. They will return home to-day. ' Miss Etta Eastham, proprietress of the Bonnet Shop, left the last of the week on a month's vacation, which she will spend with relatives and friends in St. Louis and vicinity. Miss Zelli Key is. in charge of the Bonnet Shop during Miss Eastham's absence. Miss Ann Caroline Tetley enter tained a number of her girl friends with a supper and picture show party last Tuesday evening, which was thoroughly enjoyed by those present. The guests were Minnie Alva and Maghenry Counts, Gladys Barham, of Blytheville, Ark., Velma Miles, Cece lia Gentges, Elizabeth Buck, Mary Fleming and Margaret Ellen McCar thy. Another fine rain' Monday night was welcomed in this community, ren dering splendid assistance in keeping growing crops in first-class condition. While crops had a poor Btart this sea son, which very materially damaged the wheat crop, the regularity of rains for soma time past has brought corn and all kinds of hay and pasturage up to what now appears will be a maximum condition. Mrs. Chas. McCarthy and son. Mel- vin, entertained a large crowd of young people with a lawn party at their home last Saturday night,' in honor of Miss Margaret Ellen Mc Carthy, of. St, Louis. The evening was spent in playing games, after which delicious refreshments ywereJ. servea- Aii-expresseo- tnemseivea as having a most excellent time. There were about thirty-five guests present. Harry Sutton - reports the best wheat yield on his farm, two miles south of town, that The Times has heard of in this community this sea son. His yield was 28 1-2 bushels to the acre, which is not bad for any year, but is particularly fine for this season. If anyone has surpassed such production The Times would be glad to know of it. -The only disappointing thing about Harry's wheat was the small acreage, only seven acres being devoted to that crop. Robt. I. Young, of Route 5, St. Jo seph, who is also a candidate for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator, was in Farmington a few hours yesterday meeting with our citizens. Perhaps there are some who did not know any others than Jas. A. Reed and Breckinridge Long were running for such nomination, but Mr. Young thinks he is very much in the contest, and says when the votes are in he believes there will be .a more thorough realization of the fact that he has made a real race. He is a farmer. Quite a number of Farmington peo odist Assembly Ep worth League week, which will be the opening week at the Methodist Assembly at Arca dia from July 25th to 30th. Others are planning to attend at least one day and daubtless they would prefer Farmington district day, which will be Wednesday, July 26. The program is full and interesting. Rev. Leonard R. Jenkins, formerly pastor of the M. E Church, South, here, will have charge of the Bible, Story hour each morning at 9:30. Other Farmington folks on the- program are Rev.. 0. H. Duggins and Miss Byrd Watts. The Farmington chapter, order of DeMolay, held a public installation of officers last Monday night to which relatives and friends of DeMoIays, as well as Masons and members of the Eastern Star, were invited. There were a number of visitors present, The newly elected and appointed offi- :n1ij u.. d..-.i. TaUmb Past Master Councelor. The elected officers were: Marvin Myers, Master Counsellor; Ted Graves, Senior Coun sellor; Rolla Williams, Junior Counsel lor: Edw. Garner, Treasurer, and Leh- man-Braniner. Scribe. Following the installation, several Masons and vis itors made talks' complimenting the work and purposes of the order, after which refreshments were served. While'on their way to Flat River last Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hi' 'Bixbyi met ' yith a. , painful thqugh not .serious ' accident. They were in their Ford coupe, and were driving near Leadington . when they came upon the large and slowly mov ing county truck. As the road was narrow and the truck very large there was but a small space left ink which to pass. In attempting, to keep' out of the dttoh Mr. Bixby drove too close and collided with jthfl truck. The eoupe was overturned and the occu pants considerably bruised and shak en up. We are glad to ttM that they" did. not receive any serious wounds, however, and that they arc now able to be about their work. SUNDAY, AT THE CHURCHES . ' Baptist Church .c, ".'';'. G. C. -Greenway, Pastor.'.;' . Don't forget thai Sunday' scjiool hour is 9:30. Be sure and come, for we are counting on you to help us jgo over the 300 mark again Sunday. . Preaching services at eleven o clock. Subject: "Some Triumphs of Faith." Junior. B. Y. f.V. Sunday afternoon ftt 280 ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' Senior B. Y. Pi U. at' 7K'clock. Prayer meeting each Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. 1 We welcome you to our services. V TE ACKERS' EXAMINATION ; The next regular teachers' exami nation will beheld at the .Farmington high school building August 4th, 5th, beginning at 8 o'clock a. m. on each day. The order of subjects will be the same as in all recent examinations. For information circular, list of old questions, etc., write J. Clyjie Akera, Cqunty Superintendent of Schools, Farmington, Missouri. . 28-3t ' ICE CREAM SUPPER The Libertyville Christian Sunday school will give an ice cream supper Saturday evening, July 22nd. Every arrangement will he made for all who attend to thoroughly enjoy the occa tion. Come out and have a good time and also help in a worthy causa. Your attendance will be appreciat ed. 48-2t THE SWAT SEASON Oh, my daughter, bring the swat ter, for the flies my forehead chew; always, dearie, for the weary, there is something fierce to do. Man must never cease endeavor, something tire some must be done; always lumping, always humping, till his earthly course is run. I am weary, old and leery and I'm yearning for repose; but when napping flies come scrapping on my forehead and my nose; aye, the frisk era climb my whiskers and they drill among my hair, , and they tickle and they prickle, and they drive me to de spair. So, my daughter, bring the swatter that our leading gold-smith made; with its flopper framed in cop per and its handle pearl-inlaid. Bring the swatter and I'll totter up and down these princely halls, slaying, sloshing, flies a squashing on the ceil ings ana the walls. Flies are coming hear them humming they arrive on every breeze, little caring that they'rs bearing germs of every known dis ease. And we pot them and we swat them, and the toiler never quits, but dozen come a buzzin for the one the swatter hits. It is useless, though it's truceless, though our labors never end; yet,, my daughter, bring the swatter,- then just watch my smoke ascend. . Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Chilton and two daughters passed, through Farming- ton yesterday morning enroute to their home in Caruthersville, after a two weeks tour of South Missouri. They stopped here lomr enoueh for a drive through the State Hospital grounds. Mr. Chilton is the talented and versatile editor of the Caruthers ville Democrat-Argus. VALLE MINES Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whitesell' are visiting friends in St. Louis. i Misses Olsa and Elsie Heaton vis ited at the home of Mrs. Effie Turlcy Tuesday. Andrew Statzel, of St. Louis, visit ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Statzel, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ucntry larkin, of De Scto.. are visiting her father, ' R. H. Rowc. Mrs. Geo. Whitesell is visitinsr rel atives in St. Louis this week. Misses Dora and Ethel White, of Festus, visited their parents here Sat urday and Sunday. Lhas. Richardson, of liazel Run. visited at the home of Mrs. Effie Tur ley Saturday and Sunday. Manuel Moses, of Silver Springs, visited at the home of Thos. Head Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rhodes Sunday. nenry .Nicholas, of r estus, 'was a Valle Mines visitor Saturday and Sunday. Misses Susan and Emma Guettler. of St. Louis, visited their parents Saturday and Sunday. John Woolem was a Bonne Terre visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David rrazicr visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Harverstick, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Waters moved to Festus Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. renton Millen were Halifax visitors Sunday. Miss Blanche Heaton visited at the home of Mrs. Effie Turley Sunday. Perry Rouggly was a Bonne Terre visitor Wednesday. A number from here attended the dinner at Charter Sunday. Miss Thelma Horn visited her sis ter, Mrs. Henry Turley, Saturday and Sunday. Manuel Moses, df Silver Springs, visited Thos. Head Sunday. Gilbert East, of Bonne Terre, visit ed his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sykes. Saturday and Sunday. Andrew Statzel visited at the home of H. C. Rhodes Saturday. Mrs. Harley Donwoody and chil dren visited at the home of Frank Courtway Sunday. . Miss Josephine Turley visited at the home of ,W. E. Heaton Sunday and Monday. Miss Hattie Appleberry visited her aunt, Mrs. Doc Cole, Saturday and Sunday. " i; Mr. and .Mrs. W. E. Heaton visited Mr. and Mrs.,S. A. Sykes Sunday. , e Wm.- Meyer,1 xt Farmington, was here Tuesday. . '' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Decker, of De Soto, visited their daughter, Mrs. Monroe Nash; Sunday. t Elmer Moon visited at th home of Ed Richardson Sunday, i Mrs. Jane Arenz is ViBitinvjher n4 Mm. P H Mlll.nl Otto Michael visited at! the homejof uiria. otaizei ounaay. There will be League services hero Sunday night at 8 o'clock. y.w." BISMARCK Henry i Banks .' received -badly mashed finger last week, getting it caught in a cultivator, winch ae was repairing. i-:j-; , ; ; E. E. McClintock,1 of Eminence, was a Bistnarck visitor the', first 'of the week, visiting his father, who is build ing the new electric light' platitv.-.j ; : Mr. and Mrs. Li E. Pritchett, of St. Louis, were week-end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Thos. Barrett. Alfred Pirtle, of St. Louis, spent the latter part of tha week at the home of his sister, Mrs. W. F. Bone, and family. . '' C. L Garrett, E. A. Beard and James Edmonds were in Farmington Monday night attending a meeting of the I. O. 0. F. Lodge. They will go to Bonne Terre Thursday night and to Flat Riv er Friday night. Mr. Garrett is Dep uty Grand Master.. Mr. and Mrs. Haas, of St. Louis, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. M, Martin, and family. . Floyd Boushon, of St. Louis, spent the past week at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Boushon, and family. Bert Garrett, of St. Louis, was home ever Sunday. Wm. Strausser was a Leadwood bus iness visitor Saturday afternoon. A number of young folks enjoyed a hoy ride Saturday night. A team of mules and a hay wagon furnished -the mode of travel. They drove to Iron Mountain lake, where weiners and marshmaliows were roasted. Some games were played and dancing was enjoyed. A most excellent time is re ported. Two train loads of troops passed through here last week, one on Wed nesday and the other on Thursday. They were on their way to Poplar Bluff, where a riot was reported to be brewing.' The report was, however, unconfirmed. ' Alpha Bone returned home Thurs day rrom a visit in St. Louis. T. H. Coxey, of Salem, Mo., was home over Sunday. The body of Mrs. Maud Walsh, of St. Louis, was brought here last Wed nesday noon and taken to the home of her mother, from whence the fun eral was held Thursday afternoon. The deceased was aged 39 years, ' 8 months and 27 dayB. Death was caused by pneumonia. Rev. England conducted the services at the local Baptist church. She leaves a husband, an aged mother, one child, one sister and two brothers to mourn her pass ing. The body was laid to rest in the 1. O. O. F. cemetery. We extend sym pathy to the bereaved. The sad news of the death of Chris, Garrett, of SU Louis, was received here Tuesday. The body was brought here Thursday and taken to the home of C. I. Garrett, where the funeral was held that afternoon, and the remains laid to rest in the Hamilton cemetery. Deceased was about 50 years of age and leaves a number of relatives and a host of friends to mourn his sudden departure. 'His sister, Mrs. Kendall, preceded hlhi in death only about two weeks. ' v Quite a number of Democrats were in Flat River Tuesday night to hear Hon. Chas. M. Hay speak. John and Tolman Simms and Theo. Horten were Desloge visitors Sunday afternoon. T. C. Zaphf and sons, Albert and Henry, were Flat River visitors Sun- daj. Mrs. C. V. Coxey on Sunday re ceived the newB that! her mother, Mrs. m. Li. wiison, had suttered a stroke of paralysis. We trust her condition will steadily improve. Gene Forrester, of Leadwood, was a Bismarck visitor the latter part of me weex. The DeSoto base ball team was the attraction on the local diamond Sun day afternoon, and they pasted an other defeat on the record of the home team. The. score was 4 to 1. The home boys Vere completely at the mercy of Ackelbcrg, the voung pitch er of the visiting team. He fanned 18 of them. DeSoto took an early lead through hitting, and errors by the home boys, and were never headed. Wilbur Hughes shown brilliantly for the home team by his hitting. He scored the" only run Bismarck made by singling and advancing on another hit. He scored when the pitcher threw the ball away in attempting to pick him off at third. The game w.as closely played after the fourth inning. neither Ride scoring. . Tho Caledonia base hall team was defeated on the local diamond last Sunday afternoon by the score of 7 to 5. The game was marred by the constant wrangling on both sides. Bis marck took an early lead in this game and was not headed. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunter and sons, Paul and Jesse, were Crystal City vis itors Sunday. They snent the day with Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Black. Auburn Edmonds and son. Louie, were Flat River visitors Sunday. Dr.' J. L. Eaton was in DeSoto, Her culaneum and Festus the past week, making speeches in behalf of his can didacy for the nomination for Con gress. He plans to be quite busy the next two weeks. Miss Florence! Houk spent the past week with relatives and friends in St. Louis. a Miss Hyacinth Davidson, one of the local telephone operators, was a St. Louis visitor last week. Mrs. Zonas Haney, of St. Louis, spent the latter part of the week at the home of her father, S, T. Middle ton, and family. A bnby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Strader on Saturday morning.' - , Riley Rainwater, of Bellview, was a Bismarck visitor Sunday. s WOMACK Geo; Lenz and. Aaron Hahn were in Fredericktown Thursday, . 1 .v . - Fred Carutheiff , was in 'Frederick-, town' Wednesday f ' . ci t sn i- Rev;. 'Stickney pd wife and children. of jnreaericktown, visited , Mr- and Mrsc Jeo." Lens Thursday -night ' Mr and tMrs, James Ballard and daughters,1 "-of AfcteVrtyville, ' attended church here and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. Floyd Tucker and children, Mr, and Mrs. Joshua Hahn, Picnic Jiist the dainty 'fobdsJyou want for your picnic lunchr-Hghfrap-petizing, wholesome. Before pre paring your lunch, check over this'list and come to our store, or phone your order: Deviled Ham Cream Cheese Pimento Cheese Canned Salmon Tuna Durkee Dressing Klein Groccr'Co, W((i( Phone 80 NOMINATION OT SCOW . FOB SUPREME JUDGE ' SEEMS ASSURED TACT - "Haywood Seott, of Joplln, former Circuit Judge, seems curtain to bs ons of the two nominees on the Democrat Io tloket for Judge of tha Supreme Court, Division Two, sleeted at the primary August 1st, according to re ports received from Demooratlo party leaders and workers from over tha State." Hiywood Scott for 8upremt mdge Democratlo Committee. 9 ' Sr., of Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Hen - ry Hahn and son, of Route 2, Farm-j ington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hahn, Jr., Sunday. Uuv Haney and uerschel Heherne, of Avon., attended church here Sun- day night. . . . . Clarence Dann, who has employment ; at Avon, visited his mother here Sun day. Miss Stelra Kennon. 01 Oross Koads, visited her sister, Mrs. Aaron Hahn, from Saturday until Monday Mr. and Mrs. rrank bands and family, of Libertyville, visited her mother, Mrs. J. W. Angel, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Ellis, of Freder icktown. attended church here Sun day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. U a. Meredith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Columbus McDaniel, of Brushy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hahn and family Monday. John Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Womack and family, of LibertyvUle, were in this community Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hines visited her brother. Gus Shaw, and family, over Wednesday night. , Ben Baldwin, 01 Higdon, visited nis j T sister-in-law, Mrs. G. W. Womack,' FOR SALE Good seasoned wood, Sunday, and Mrs. Jane Williams re- ?5 a cord; block wood, ?3 a lead. See turned home with him. i Tlios. H. Stam, or phone 86 tf Mr. .and Mrs. Herbert Ellis visited 7" " her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mc- OR SALE qp-acre farm, for 51, Duffec Sunday 1 tt rea" bargain; also No. 1 cows, Mrt,.' Robt. McDuffee and sons, of of high test. See or write J. B. Rick Vurmington, are visiting her parents, ard, Route 1, farmington, Mo. 27-Ot Mr. and Mrs. John Beard, this week. 1 ,. . " Mi. and Mrs. Harold Nations were , FOR SALE OR TRADE 3 Over business visitors in Fredericktown land 90 truck, 1019 model,, stesl panel Tuesday - body. In fino candition. Priced to sell. Mrs. Rosa Weimcn returned to her Tom Wells, Farmington, Mo. ; home in Bonne Terre after spending : r : the pBst week with her parents, Mr. . NOTICE Having sold my busmcss Mid Mrs. Charley Carleton. " Leadwood, I must insist upon n.. ifnio. u., nf Rmchv sre in this community Thursday. DDiMoncr riUMKUS. Mrs. Ida Jones and children were Bonne Terre visitors the latter part of last'week. . Mr. Wilkson, of Melzo, was a busi- ness visitor in Bonne Terre Saturday. Miss Myrtle Cash, of Big River and the Misses Nash, of near Coonville, were guests at the home of John Raw- son Sunday evening. Elmer Holdman was a Bonne Terre visitor Saturday morning. '. Mrs. Goldie Cash and little daugh ter were shopping tn Bonne Terre Sat-" orday. ' " : 1 ' Lawton Oossm-n.i-otorad to Bonn Terre Saturday. ;' 1 -'-' ' ' Floyd Lawson, who has employ- ment in St. Louis, spent the week-end here with his parents.. " .Mis Lena Rawson spent Tuesday night 8-t the home of Wm. A .Moon. ReviiOi CHalley wasoa -Bohn. Te-essisHWri Monday: . . Miss Elsie Rawson is visiting in Bonne Terre at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson spent Tuesday evening at tha home of tha former's brother, Lewis Lawson. Specials Blue Ribbon Dressing Sour Pickles Sweet Pickles , Cakes Crackers Picnic Plates Phone 80 Mrs. John Rawson was shopping in Bonne Terre the fore part of the week. Ferman Moon motored to Bonne Terre Tuesday morning. Welton and Bernell Holdman, of Bonne Terre, made a trip out here Tuesday. Henry Lawsoit, of St. Louis, spent the fore part of the week here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Lawson. I John Cash, of Big River, transact ed business in Bonne Terre Saturday. Miss Bertha Blackwell, of Moon town, was guest of Miss Etta Lawson Sunday. CROSS ROADS Mr. and Mrs. G. N. McDavid, of Fredericktown, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim King last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hicks attended church services at Womack last Fri day night. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker and twin babies, of Flat River, spent Sun day with Mrs. Joseph Vessells. J. B. Dines and brother, of Freder icktown, visited here Sunday. Frank Sands, of Libertyville, passed through here Sunday enroute to Wo mack to visit relatives. Geo. Tucker attended the picnic at Heitman's, neav Yawat, last Saturday. Mrs. Jos. Vessells visited Mrs. Jane Simpson, at Libertyville, last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Umfleet, of near Libertyville, visited relatives 4here a day last week. Jim King and little son, were busi ness visitors at Fredericktown last Monday. Rev. Stickney sid family passed . Womack Mr and Mrg Wm' u Mercelite and Ferdinand Skaggs visited Mrs. 1 Vessells Sunday evening. 1 m- rvi. sunnM ? mot w;y. na8 becn visiting her parents, Mr. and' ' Mrs. L. B. Meredith. MINISTER THANKFUL "I had stomach trouble for nearly 20 years, also constipation which filled my system with gas and fever. I could not do my work, and while I was down sick a lady from out of town sent me a bottle of Mayr's Won derful Remedy which proved truly wonderful. I believe it is the best medicine on earth." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intesti nal tract and allays the inflammation 1 which causes practically all' stomach, ''er and intestinal ailments, including ar.peralicitis. One dose will convince ' or money refunded. At E. M. Laak- man s, and druggmta everywhere, i , ' CLA5Mr.U Ai)Vfc.KI!bEMt.VIS prompt payment from all who are ow- , inK me- J.de?ii'e al9 9 Fav alj ' owe and will do bo on being notilie J ' f such deliquency. ' Aftsr thirty days these accounts will fc nlaced for cal- lection. Kiro Nichols, Leadwood, Mo. LOCAL MARKET REPORT ' ,.'',, . ' '' Corrected weekly by McAt-e Pro. Co Eggs, per dozen 16. Hens, per lb . . . . . w. , . , .13c to 15: Old Ueese, per lb . w .; ;.', ....... . V : Voung Ceese, per lb .11 s Decks, per lb-.j . . . 8 5; Young pucks,, per low'.; .12?- Stag3, per Ibnit..,' 7c. Old Cocks, per lb 4 , , , 7c Spring Chickens, per lb. 18a ;'Blck - Leghorns, par lb ..13c Young Turkeys, per lb .24c Tom Turkeys, per ,1b ., Lard, per Jb ........... ..10c to 12s Good BuAter,, per lb .....15c to 30c Packing, . gutter, per lb .....,.. 15. Guineas,,,.,. 20c Bacon, per lb . . 12c to 16c New Potatoes, per bu., ..$1 to 31.50 Muscovy Ducks, per lb .......... 7c Hides, per lb 6Vte Rag, per 100 0e Shoulders, per U 10c to 12 Hams, per 16 .......... . 15c to 25e etnisaaiuKiuwiK