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i t 1 :: COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE :: LEADWOOD ; Mrs. Edw. P. Karsch and two sons, Edward and Howard, spent last week visiting relative in St. Louis, return ing home Monday. ' " Miss Letta Cain, of Bonne Terre, visited her brother, George Cain, and family a part of last week. Robt. Burns, of St. Louis, visited his mother, Mrs. Emily Burns, last Wednesday and Thursday. He went from here to visit relatives at Ste. Genevieve before returning to the ritv. Miss Lena Harper was a passenger .. to St. Louis last Tuesday artornuv". where she will seek employment. Judge J. Alva Wampler, of Flat River, who is a candidate for Record er, was here last Wednesday shaking hands with the voters. Rev. Wm.. England war called to Bismarck last Thursday to conduct the funeral services of Mrs. Henry Wood, who died In St. Louist Tues day. Geo. Cain was a business visitor at Desloge last Wednesday. " J. S. West, who is a candidate for County Judge of the 2nd district, was here last Wednesday handing out his cards. David "M. Tesreau, of Fredenck whp, ia a, candidate for Circuit Judge, was' here la'M Thursday calling on the voters. . , ... " O. E."Hansr6ugKsold his butcher shop to T. Q,Hwj last week. Mr. Ilansbrougn Dduptinls business from "Mr. Hood about a year ago. He took Prosecuting Attprnc-it, was here last Friday calling oft voters.- . , Miss Juanita Goodhrake, of Effing ham, 111., visited her uncle, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs,,,A-.B. Dewmiah,, last Week. She left for homo Saturday. T. M. Jackson, of Desloge, who is a' candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, was, here ( lastitFnday calling on the voter. 1 "" ' S. J. "Hensle'y, of Flat River, was hero a part of, last wefk vitritififf t,t''W home of Ed'. F. Karscli. County Clerk Marvin W. Crowder, , who. is a candidate, to,, cceed, him self, 'was calling on Voters here last Friday. Mr. Crowder has no opposi tion on eithtickflt.sqar. anjl .this being his race for second term, and the able way in wnicn no nas conduct ed his ofifcft.as.. r1nL- 1 a Ltjf iJtlUAi uci should' rioV have ah; pponent this: race Wood spent last ween visiting relatives in St. Louis. RUa Mngf aanuna," here on business last' Friday. ; H. L. Stapp was out camping, with' most splendid outing. They . did his bovs'. class of ,th Methidist Sua- called to Caledonia Monday on dav 'schdol 'two days 'and., aurlits last of the funeral of Mrs, Edmonds' week, on Bi? River. The Tbovs report cle.Kobert Maxwell, who died their own cbpki(ig,,an4 ,ha,4 fMW of wcek from a wee'' vlslt wlth 'good'tlme. Such as'thlapuilitPj be- relatives nt Copenhagen.' ' come an annual event with all of the1 Tho jchool Jboard, at a meeting Sunday school classes. ("Monday nipht, decided to nave the in- C. F. McCabe. one of, pur ,-jnpst, re- ..ter.i,ai!, of thefjrrade, school -v building sp'ected former' townsmen, but who is Dainted, which will' add, mup)iJto its now living at Farmincrton, was here looks. The equipment for manuel Sunday visiting old friends. Frof. J. W. Reaves., who is attend- ;fhg the teachers training school ; at Uape tiirardeau, came home rnday night to visit his family and take' jn tho Cliautaunua. ,i( ,.. , Mrs. S. F. Sargent, whp has, Vc?n visiting relatives anu irienas ncre in the Lead Belt the past month, lt'ft lap); Friday ,fpr pmajia. Neb., where ' sho' will visit for somo time with her uafRhte.'. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Bable and .Mr; .and. MiB ,l,in3, Richards drove to it. I home ' tb'-yottf hiftfe itm. . y"vi I ' I u ' readm' tne ice box ; ""-Jg1 II g J l ; (ijSiinin'0 ! . (qi&tttwiiT MM I) i cm'.tJUn.i1;o") '. 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Thos. A. Mathews, who is a candi date for Prosecuting Attorney, was here Monday calling on the voters.i The Leadwood Legion ' base ball team went to Elvins Sunday and de feated the team there 7 to o. uur bovs have only -lost ona game this vear out of about twelve clayed. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGee. Miss Ora Akers and Miss Blanche Ketchel drove to Iron Mountain lake Sunday. Dr. J.iL. Eaton, of Bismarck, who is a candidate for Congress, will ad dress the voters at Leadwood Thurs day evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Ham and son, John ram, of Bismarck, visited friends here Sun day night, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dorton, of St, Louis, spent, a part of last week here visiting relatives and friends. Emmett Mason, of the Cash and Carry store, is helping out in the store at Rivermines for the next two weeks. B. F. Towl, a 32nd degree Cardinal rooter, was a passenger to St. Louis Monday afternoon, expecting to see his favorite team pass the oiants in the pennant race. We have two very strong Cardinal rooters, Mr. Towl and Dock Van Lear. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ferrell lost their 12 months old child Sunday af ternoon, of summer complaint. Fun eral services were held Monday af ternoon by Rev. England of the. Bap tist church, after which the body was laid to rest in the Leadwood ceme tery. Mrs. R. B. Maurer was called tn East St. Louis Sunday on account of the serious illness of hor mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bennett, of De Soto, visited at the home of Mi and Mrs. J. F. Taylor Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Scott visited relatives nt Borme Terra Sunday. James Blont. of Desloge, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tay lor Monday afternoon. George Tay In 'urKA'Tiao ,r.aan nm ltA oioL- Mat t-lin imiv iiu.J icvii J i vnJ ciiin uav hiiv astfftw months, but who is gradual- oner, accompanied rar, oiwit nome. I Monroe Fitzpatrick, of Lestervillo. vimtirig "Mrs. . JMWfe Ml', and Mrs. '. ;j sttztl nr.. T 1 . i ti 1 is viiuiinir rars. j. a. ana narry r,a ei here this week. J. A Kdmonds were account un Sunday, , .. .Miss JJpal.Juaticaeturned the last i training has arrived and 'will be Jn stalled within the next few days , which will .make .pur,,,,. high ,, fchoel emnnmenc complete. , ;fi 1 Mr. and Mrs Seaborn .Thompson of Irordale, 'was'.visitinjr '.theitaon, 1 R. t. lhompson, and family here Sun ,.,y,nl ,y n, . .Vi .pir Born to Mr. and Mrs. ,4,,'IPnn Julv .ISthja. Hfpound- boy.; Main and bab are doing well,' ' I Miss Louiss M'ller. of Wavcrlv, 111 iYjittntaftheomp p AICtAnd SJeB. T. O. Hood here. rfni, 1 ,:,,':,,',! ' W MK -1 Mr. and Hn.' B. A. Rea Visited ! visited friends in Bismarck Sunday. I J. T. Simnia and family . attended the revival meeting at .Elvins last Tuesday night. BONNE TERRE Miss Anna Killiam. of Herculane- urn, spent Wednesday and Thursday here with friends. Rev, Mocdlovswokil was here Wed nesday and Thursday with friends. Mrs. iielle freeman, wno spent me past several days in St. Louis with her daughter, returned noma Wednes day. .. - . .- -.. '.v.-.-. . ... Mr. and Mrs. (Jhas. Moor ana chil dren, of Detroit. Mich- spent Wednes day and Thursday here with Mrs. Aus tin Pratte and family. Margaret Belknap and Lucy (jomp ton spent Sunday in Flat River. Clarence Cresweii was guest 01 friends in Flat River Monday. Misses Mildred and Etta Moon were guests of friends on Wednesday, near Farmington, . v Miss Alma Watts, of Farmington, spent Wednesday and Thursday here. Miss Maime tjunningnam, wno spent the past week in Herculaneum with her sister, Mrs. Raymond Wil liams, returned home Friday. John Helber and son spent Wednes day in Desloge with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Malugen ana daughter, Mary Isabelle, returned home from a week's visit with rela tives and friends in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Pratte and familv and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore and family spent Thursday in Lead- wood. Mrs. Ed Cunnincrham spent Satur day and Sunday in Herculaneum with Mrs. Kay Williams and iamny. Mr. and Mrs. Ud Wideman and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wideman and family and Miss Lucy Calvert returned home from a visit at Kingston, Mo. Walter Rice has resigned his posi tion at Herculaneum and has accept ed a position here. i. Margaret Calvert, ol at. Louis, is here for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Calvert. Dr. Wilson, of St. Louis, spent Monday and Tuesday here on business. Mr. Ward, of St. Louis, was a guest of relatives here last week. Roy Blackwell was guest of friends in Flat River Wednesday. Mrs. Wideman and daughters, Rose and Etta, spent Sunday in DeSoto with relatives and friends. Miss Margaret Boyer, of St. Louis, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Roy Jones, and fam ily, i Miss Gertrude Allen, of St Louis, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Allen, and family. "i Sylvester Falk spent Saturday and Sunday in Flat River.' "' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson and children, of Rivermines, spent Sun day with Cyprian Boyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore, Mrs. Austin Pratte and daughters and Master Jack Semands spent Wednes day in Flat River. 0. Roberts was guest of friends in Flat River Wednesday. The Bonne Terre ball team played Crystal City Sunday at the park of the latter, the score being 4 to 2 in favor of Crystal City. C. Wilkinson was a Leadwood vis itor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry-Semands and son, Jack, and Mrs. T. C. Moon spent Sunday at Arcadia. ' Jos. Steinmetz was guest of friends in Festus Sunday. Among those who attended the ball -iame,-ftt -'Crystal City Sunday were: John Govro, Sam Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Fern Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. D. Reecer of DeSoto, John Grant, Henry" Reed, Roy Coffman, Mr. Forshes and Mr. Woods. J. H. Malugen and 1. U Page wera in Desloge Sunday. Mrs. Fenton Millen and daughter, of Silver Springs, wera guests of rel atives here Tuesday, .. Miss Genevieve . Carver ia spending her vacation in Detroit with relatives. Willard Farrar spent Saturday in St Louis with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Miller spent Sat urday and Sunday at Hazel Run with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Murphy and fam ily. (. 4 Mrs. Emmett Wescoat and Mrs. Chas. Bryan, of Deslogt, spent Tues day here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Francis, of Flat River, spent Saturday and Sun day here with relatives. Sidney Boyer returned home Tues day from a visit in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoskings spent Saturday and Sunday in Silver Springs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thurman. Mr. Fischer, of Farmington, spent Monday and Tuesday here on busi ness. The many friends of Rev. Tour were grieved to learn of his death, which occurred at Union, Mo., He had attained the age of 82 years. He was formerly pastor, oi the Baptist church here. Funeral services were held Monday. Miss Adelia Root, of Columbia, Mo., spent several days here on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bloom and daughter, Helen, of Flat River, spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomure and family spent Sunday in Festus. Mrs. Harry Calvird delightfully en tertained a number of little folks in honor of her little son, Charles Wes ley, it being his sixth birthday. The afternoon was spent playing games. Refreshments were served and all had a jolly time. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lawrence and daughters, of Flat River, spent Sun day here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Benham and familv. of Rivermines. spent Sunday here with his parents, Marion Ben- ham and wife. S. T. Barron, of Leadwood, spent Saturday and Sunday here with his sister. Paul Bequette, of St. Louis, is here visiting his parents, Mr. pnd Mrs. F. Bequette, and family. Walter Cook, of Desloge, was here Tuesday. Gregory Reed, of DeSoto, spent Sunday here. , Geo. Spain was a business visitor in Rivermines Friday and Saturday. C. H. Williams, who is employed in Flat River, spent Saturday and Sun day here with home folks. Mrs. Thos. AuBuchon spent Tuesday in Flat River with relatives and friends. Ralph Hoskings spent part of this week in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy AuBuchon and son, of St. Louis, are here for an ex tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pratte and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sul livan. Mr. and Mrs. Chester O'Leary, or St. Louis, are spending several days here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thornton and family. Pearl Drier was a business visitor in Flat River Monday and Tuesday. Clifford Clavwell was a business visitor in. Flat River Friday and Sat urday. Emma and Leota Son were guests of friends in Flat River Friday. Henrv Armbruster. of Mat Kiver, was a business visitor here Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Orrick Whitehead and children, of- DeSoto, are spending this week with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Richardson have returned to Carbondale, 111., to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Noah LaBruyere re turned to St. Louis after a visit here with his aunt, Mrs. Clara LaBryuere. Mr. and Mrs. Morris, of Hazel Run, spent Tuesday here with her daugh ter. ' Earl Finney, of Herculaneum, was here Saturday and Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fin ney, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Counts, of Hazel Run, sepnt Wednesday in Flat River with relatives. . Miss Nellie Hoskings, of St. Louis, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. li. vanoicnei spent Sunday in Desloge. C. H. Barker. J. C. Bain. Dr. Ev ans and Dr. Albert Marshal, Joe Brenecke. Earl Mouser. Leo Boehle and A. I. Taylor and the Boy Scouts were among the many who attended the first-aid work at Desloge Sunday. E. C. LaHav. who is employed near DaSpjta,. spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Mrs., Martin Donnelly. iet bilver Springs'spent Saturday and Sunday hexewith.Mrs. Sophia Van Allen and Mrs..jAhn.BaehlAv Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Reynolds, of DeSotosjpent. Saturday and Sunday here,;wiih tfta.iprmara, parents, r, Counts, and family. , Roy Coffman. of Flat River, spent Saturdaaand ,.; Sunday :., here with iViaVirla. i Mrs. E F .Meyers, . of . Primrose, scent iWednesdaS, I hr,, , with her daughter. Mrs! Fred' Green. ' Jhas.Ciiok wai ja business .visitor 111 AipiWjfU'mifij 1", J.SHJi. I. """Wttbiir Mitchellflf St.. Louia. spent' (.Saturday and .Sunday . Mrs .Mfchis ifford AuBuchvV ynenViSaurday ana aunnav in r lai juver. ? Mr. andyMics.j-GeocBBhrmaster, of Flat Riverisiwut Saturday and Sun day here with her mother, Mrs. Jessie LLMnastonrri I I.D . 1 Here vimiing ms muiiu?iMar,wc F Mrs. Mrvmopprtepsofr) and daugh Mrs. Jos. Pratte. ' Ti. J. Qfmil. w a business visitor Special Sale on Seasonable Goods PLOWS We have some rare bargains i n riding pi ows of standard makes, at less than pre-war prices. .' LOOK AT THESE TIRE PRICES Two 30 x 3 1-2 Miller Cords Two 30 x 3 Brunswick Fabrics Two 31 x 4 Brunswick Fabrics Two 32 x 4 Ajax Fabrics Isenman & Mrs. Will Whiteknlght and daugh ter visited Saturday with her daugh ter, Mrs. Emmett Pratte. Jay Browne was a visitor in Riv ermines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Pratte and Miss Louise Steinmetz attended the ball game and first-aid work at Des loge Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Washer and daughter, Dorothy, left this week for Minneso ta for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Arthur Hilliker spent the past week in Herculaneum with her moth er, Mrs. Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. Will David, of French Village, spent Friday and Saturday nere. C. Pirtle spent Saturday and sun - day in Bismarck. , Mr. and Mrs. D. Reecer and little) , . : . J . 1 C .1 .. 1 , daughter, visited friends here Sunday, Richard Pigg was a business visit or in Flat River Saturday. W. T. Newby, of Hazel Run, was guest of relatives here Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Ringer and daughter and Mrs. Alexander, of Germania, spent Satur day and Sunday here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry House spent Sunday at Big River with her father, John Murphy, and family. John Grant, of DeSoto, was guest of friends here Sunday. J. R. Poston, of Hazel Run, was her Wednesday. Miss Beatrice and Thomas David, of French Village, spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Uscar Murphy, of ua- zel Run, were guests of relatives here Wednesday and ihursday. Edna and Isaline Dooson, of De Soto. snent Saturday and Sunday here with their parents, L. B. Dodson and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gidley and family spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives. Mr. Landal and family, of French Village, spenlt Saturday here with friends. Fred Peterson, of Flat River, spent Saturday and Sunday here with his sister. Roy Jones, Elmer Stegall. Ewing Martin, Braz Smith, W. H. Reed, J. S. Trask and E. H. Winnegar spent Sunday in Desloge. TUNNEL Clarence and Abe Sykes, of near P ewe The Gift NO MATTER, WFJAT THE OCCASION. JEWELRY IS AiWAYS lN GOOD TASTE. J j. In q. jstoclc you will find an ex w b cbllferlf sctrr0it ipm. which to clio1)se:AVatchesJririgs,i brooches, bracelets, beads, silverware all are here in tEe,.latgsrdesigns I' ; and at reasonable prjces7 Watches Repaired by Experts. Tetley Jewelry Co. Kit''. ah-'. $14.90 $ 7.90 $13.90 $19.90 Company Valle Mines, were DeSoto visitors ihursday. James Harris, of DeSoto, visited at the home of H. C. Carter Thursday. Mrs. Guetler and Margaret, of Prospect visited at the home of Jas. Whaley Thursday. . Wm. Forshee, of Big River, was guest of Lee and Urel Hammock, of Silver Springs, Thursday. Mrs. A. P. Rowe, of Valle Mines, was a Bonne Terre visitor Thursday. Miss Esther Whaley was guest of Mayme Turley Thursday. Gilbert East, of Bonne Tenre, visit ed at the home of S. A. Sykes, near -vane mines, Saturday and Sunday. I Mioa Half, a' fnijik T , Terrei vigited her aunt Mrg s p 0f Valle Mines, Saturday and Sunday. w. a. carter, who has been visiting friends and relatives at Blackwell last week, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee and chil dren, of Primrose, visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Porter, Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Eaph Harris, of Pros pect, visited his mother at DeSoto Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Larkins and son, Junior, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eckles, of Valle Mines, this week. Price Cole of St, Louis, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cole, near Valle Mines, Saturday and Sunday. Homer McLaughlin and Gilbert East, of Bonne Terre, Chas. Buscher and Pete Pairker, of Hazel Run, and Robt. Jones of Primrose, visited at the home of H. C. Carter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Frazier, of Valle Mines, attended the basket dinner at Charter Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Green, of Bonne Terre, visited at the home of Dr. C. W. Shannon, last week. , Miss Ruby Larkin, of Bonne Terre, visited her aunt, Mrs. A. P. Rowe, of Valie Mines, Saturday and Sunday. Zcno Douglas, of Silver Springs, visited in DeSoto from Friday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Appleberry were Bonne Terre visitors Friday. A number from here attended the social at Valle Mines Saturday. Albert Forshee, of near Big River, was a Bonne Terre visitor- Friday. Mrs. Geo. Whitesell, of Valle Mines, returned to St. Louis Thursday, where she has employment. Frank Douglas, of Silver Springs, was a DeSoto visitor Friday. Supreme Irv in Herculaneum Wednesday.: 4WM91 9 9 9Z LL:.