~Spelling Contest in
The pupils of Central township who have the grit to take part in the contest will
receive a hearty welcome Saturday from
Mrs. Wm. PIPKIN, widow of the late Wm. PIPKIN, former central committeeman, is out with a petition requesting that she be appointed Post Mistress of the Kimmswick Post Office.
Miss Mina KOCH at Fenton is visiting
Mrs. G.A. WENOM and others in
Mrs. G.A. WENOM has gone to
The boys are killing a few ducks on the river.
The Kimmswick Fishing Club held a meeting at their clubhouse yesterday.
Christ VOGT and Bernhart FREITMAN of Antonia were in town Saturday.
~Pioneer DeSotoan Dead~
B. MANHEIMER, a prominent merchant
for 40 years in that city, passed away suddenly Saturday morning at his home in
DeSoto. Mr. MANHEIMER had been in failing health for the past year, but was
improving of late. He was a man genuinely respected and admired and stood high
among his many associates. He leaves a widow, one daughter, Mrs. Stella GOODMAN
~Charles VOGEL Dead~
Charles VOGEL, an old settler and pensioner, age 71 years, passed away peacefully Saturday night at . Mr. VOGEL leaves his wife, 8 sons and a daughter, whom with their many friends to mourn his loss. His remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery Tuesday.
~Samuel BAGE Dead~
Samuel BAGE, living between DeSoto
and Victoria, died Fri. and was buried Sunday,February 28th, Rev. G.W. HOLMES conducting the
funeral. His remains were interred in the family ground. Mr. BAGE was born in
William VIEHLAND, Oerman and Martha(?) READHAGE(?), Oerman
M. WINDES and son, Cleve had
Miss Lily WAGGENER of Festus will make her future home here with her brother J.E. Waggener
Hazel and Guy HUNT of
Miss Kate FUNK entertained the remainder of her Sunday school class last Wednesday at dinner. All report an excellent time
The following enjoyed a most delightful dinner with Mrs. Lee BAILY last Sunday: Arthur BEATTE, H. McK. (transcribed as it appears) STRAUSER, Mable BEATTE and Carnett WAGGONER.
T.L. HILL moved on the
Lynn WAGGENER sold a fine span of mules to Henry WRIGHT.
Mrs. G. HOLTZHAUSEN attended the school entertainment here Saturday evening.
Miss PEMBERTON, after a week’s illness, was able to teach Monday.
Dr. McNUTT of Pevely, had business in our city, Friday.
B. MANHEIMMER, one of our wealthy
citizens, died quite suddenly at his home Fri. morning at half past
. The remains were taken to
Dr. James EDWARD's and family went in his auto to
George PYLE of
Mrs. SHAWK of
Mrs. RANNA and daughter of
Walter EVANS is spending a short time with his family, here.
Mrs. O.F. MEEK entertained her Sunday school boys Monday evening from 4 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. John BYRNS of
The talent is all well known:
Charles HEMME, Violin; Miss Zoe BOOTH, Vocal; Miss
Bessie KLEINSCHMIDT, Mr. G.W. HOLMES and Mr. Robert KLEINSCHMIDT, impersonations
and Mis Caroline KLEINSCHMIDT accompanist. The
admission will be ten and fifteen cents.
After the program, refreshments will be served. The proceeds will be used to discharge
Mrs. DEITRICH, who was to appear in vocal numbers, was forced to decline on account of the sickness of her son. The management regrets very much that this disappointment was necessary.
Thos. O'BRIEN left Sunday for
John GATELY, the teacher of Local school, had to close his school for a week on account of having the mumps.
Miss Kattie CREAN is visiting relatives in
Miss Josephine O'BRIEN of Allenton returned home Saturday after having a pleasant visit with relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. L.H. STEFFEN, who have
made their home for many years, are going to
Miss Tillie PERRY is visiting her sister Mrs. Thomas PERRY.
Mr. and Mrs. George FRANZ of
Mrs. L.H. STEFFEN and daughter, Mrs. Fred FISHER attended the quilting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. FISHER at Cedar Hill.
Mrs. MELTON is on the sick list.
The mumps are all the go. Keep away from Cedar Hill.
The Byrnesville school is doing very nicely this year under the management of Mr. Edward ROMSEL [Rommel (?)] of Pacific.
Mrs. Andrew CREAN and daughter, Miss Emma visited Mrs. Frank CREAN, Wednesday.
[Transfers appearing on page 1 are included with the Transfers column which appears on the last page]
Farm Hands Furnished (lengthy article/ not fully transcribed)
….young men….will accept salaries of
from $25 per month up, depending on the kind of work and the kind of man. Farmers that can use any of this labor
should avail themselves of the opportunity at once by writing to the Farm
Management, Missouri College of Agriculture,
The Ladies Aid Society met at the church Thursday to elect officers for the coming year. About fifteen ladies were in attendance, and after electing Mrs. McMINN as president, refreshments were served.
Our community was shocked this morning to hear that fire had destroyed the home of M.J. HARRIS, a portion of the historic Cedars. The family saved but few of their possessions.
Miss Winnie CAVANAUGH returned from
Mrs. Wm. MARSHALL has gone to
Mrs. A.D. SPENCER and son, David, spent Friday with the family of Mrs. GREENE.
Mrs. John BOLLEIMER returned from a visit to her mother at Harvell, a few days ago.
Mrs. J. SMIRLS, who has been sick for several weeks, is now convalescent.
Mr. and Mrs. FRITCH are now located at their farm at Sunnyside and we are glad to welcome such good enterprising citizens.
Mrs. J.M. SAXTON returned from
Little Helen McLOON [McLeon?] has been sick with a severe attack of the grippe.
Notice is hereby given to the
members of the Rock Township Mutual Protective Society that the annual meeting
of said society will be held at Antonia on
E. BERGMEYER, sec.
Last will of Robert J. WILLIAMS, dec. probated and letters granted to James E. WILLIAMS, without bond.
The following demands allowed:
Dr. DALTON $65.50 against George J. EVERETT estate.
Walther COUCH, against Geo. HIGHFIELD estate $5.70.
CANEPA and BECKER against R.G. MADISON estate, $2.05
Mary WILSON against Mary L. DeCLUE for $6.50
Upon Application Filed the Court makes the following Orders:
1) Personal property of Wm. L. PIPKIN, dec. to sell at private sale.
2) Verdict of the jury and judgment of the court wherein John W. CHOTT was adjudged of unsound mind, set aside.
3) Administrator of estate of Mary E. RUSSELL, dec. ordered to purchase monument, not to exceed $50.
4) Verdict of jury, that John W.CHOTT is a man of sound mind.
5) Personal property of James QUINN dec., including stock and bonds, at private sale.
6) H.R. SARGE appointed guardian and curator for Walter G. and Freddie W. WARNE, minors.
Last will of August J. BUFKA, dec., probated and Wenzel BUFKA, appointed executor without bond.
Letters of adm. granted Chas. QUINN on estate of James QUINN, deceased.
Letters granted to Minnie ZUERN upon estate of William ZUERN, deceased.
Final settlement of Adolph SCHULZ, curator est. John SCHULZ, minor, approved and curator discharged.
Last will of Wm. GONZ dec., admitted to probate and letters of Adm., granted without bond.
Inventory and appraisement lists approved in the estates of the following deceased:
W.L. PIPKIN, Leroy DOVER, and James QUINN, William ZUERN, and BOYER minors
Annual settlements made and approved upon the following estates of minors:
Jeff RULO, dec. -- Louis RULO, adm.
Myrtle PARKER -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Edgar KURTZ -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Clarissa KURTZ -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Mary S. HOLT -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Irene McCLAIN -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Robert BRADY -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
Firmin PARKER -- W.R. DONNELL, cur
~Wedded at Edwardsville~
A very pretty wedding occurred
(right side of column missing)
Miss Ella HAEFNER had returned from
a trip to
Miss Anna RITTEL is on the sick list.
Fred RITTEL, Jr. intend -?-
Mr. and Mrs. EDWARDS and John FLAMM and family visited as Mrs. Jacob HAEFNER’s -?- day.
Our new neighbor J. -?-MEISTER will be ready to -?- in the near future. His -?- Saturday was well attended.
J.P. GILLMAN was in town the other day and purchased -?- building lots of E.J. -?- WHITE still has some -?- building lots for sale.
The stork visited the family of Wm. ROESCH last week -?- a bouncing baby boy, -?-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin -?-, Jr. received a baby -?- from the Stork last week.
Mrs. Lee FORSHEE visited in Mineral Point, Thursday.
Wm. WASHER of Horine had business in our city, Thursday.
Peter STROUP and Wm.
Mrs. Jess WAGGONER had business in Bonne Terre last week and remained several days.
Wm. GRIESHABER in company with an uncle visited Ste. Genevieve last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred WALTON spent
several days last week in St. Louis Mrs. Fred SCHAFER, Sr. spent several days
last week with her daughter, Mrs. A.V. GRAF in
White McNUTT, who has been declining in health for some time, went
Miss Agnes COLEMAN, who has been
visiting her brother, Daily Coleman at
Walter LaROSE made a trip to Bloomsdale last Sunday.
P. R. FARMER was here last week in the interest of the W.O.W. and says he met with success and will organize.
Jas. T. OGLE, "mine host" of the
Walter DORLAC who had been sick for so many months, is just able to walk around in his yard. Walter has had a serious time and his friends are glad to note he is improving.
Joe THOMURE was buried here Saturday
He had been in bad health for many months, yet still continued to work at
Mrs. F.O. HORN and little daughter,
Dorothy, left Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Horn's parents in
A reception was given in honor of Mrs. J.F. DONNELL, last Thursday at the home of Uncle Eli Donnell, at which about 35 ladies were present. A dainty luncheon was served.
Prof. LUCKEY delivered an able
lecture in the
Rev. and Mrs. George EVANS have gone
They will be absent a couple of weeks.
Charlie VOLLMAR has improved his property by erecting a new porch.
Robert FROTT who was absent from Festus for some time, has returned and accepted a position with Festus Mercantile Co.
The stork left a nice baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. ROBERTS last Friday.
Mrs. Dane PERRYMAN has been quite ill with a stubborn case of the grippe.
A house belonging to Miss Jessie
Rev. BURNS attended a missionary
Henry LUDEMAN's mother Mrs. WILSON, age about 80, died last week and was taken to Cedar Hill for burial.
The report reached here that Miss
Libbie MALONE was married last week in
The little daughter of Rev. and Mrs. BYRNS has been real sick for several days, but is improving.
G.M. JOHNSON of Plattin, who has been making a tour of the East, returned home last week.
Little Olivi MASON, who has been blind for 3 or 4 months with tricoma in eyes, has gotten so she can see a little after 2 months treatment and Dr.'s think her eyesight will be permanently restored.
Harold PODESTA who was at work in
Charlie WALSH secured the appointment of R.R. mail carrier and will enter upon his duties at once. We understand he contemplates purchasing an auto for the purpose of carrying the mail.
The material for the erection of the
opera house in
B. BROOKS baby is quite ill with pneumonia.
The H.B.C. Club gave a surprise on Master Francis WOLFF last Friday evening.
Luncheon was served and the youngsters enjoyed the time.
~List of Pupils Passing Satisfactory Exam~
School Pupil Address
Black Hawk Jennie Gale WILSON Granville
Danby Roy PILLIARD Danby
Danby Carl McMULLIN Danby
Hyfield Ira WEBER DeSoto R1
House Springs Katie OTJION House Springs
House Springs Lillian LEIGHT House Springs
House Springs Charles BOEMLER House Springs
House Springs Dimer SEIVERS House Springs
House Springs Julia HEPPE (?) House Springs
Pevely Henry HENKLE Pevely
Pevely Lily F. HEINER Pevely
Pevely Mildred FARLEY Pevely
Pevely Elnora RAPP Pevely
Central Frank DICKERMANN Pevely
Central Dela SAEGER Pevely
Cedar Hill Kate BOHLE Cedar Hill
Cedar Hill Anna PINK Cedar Hill
Cedar Hill Lenera GANZ Cedar Hill
Cedar Hill Helen STOVESAND Cedar Hill
Baker Robert KIDD Baker
Baker Florias ARMSTRONG Baker
McCormack Flotie WAGGENER McCormack
McCormack Dick ROBERTS McCormack
McCormack I.H. MORSE McCormack
White Oak Tony WALLACH White Oak
Flucom Kathryne FINK Flucan
Flucom Olga ROWE Flucan
Flucom Amelia KNORP Flucan
Pevely Lenora HEINER Pevely
Pevely John HEINER Pevely
Pevely Dora K. WEIMYER Pevely
Pevely Walter WUENCHER Pevely
Spitz Eula FLEMMING Kimmswick
Antonia Erich FRIEDMAN Kimmswick
Antonia Theodore KLABLE Kimmswick
Antonia James REIBOLT Kimmswick
Antonia Viola WALDORF Kimmswick
Antonia Martin TUESNELDA Kimmswick
Antonia Sophia KOHLER Kimmswick
Antonia Olive MEYER Kimmswick
Kimmswick Ivy HERREIL Kimmswick
McNamee Nellie REMMEL Pacific
McNamee Joseph BUSCHER Pacific
McNamee William ROTH Pacific
McNamee Agnes McCOURT Pacific
Baily Rinda ARMSTRONG Pacific
Salt Peter Dorothy
Salt Peter Oswald
Salt Peter Dora FRAZIER Koester
Salt Peter Willie WAGGONER Koester
Mayfield Archie WILLIAMS Morse Mill
Haverstick Margaret BECHLER Hematite
Pleasant Grove Emma GREB (Grob?) Plattin
Ditch Leva BAILY Maupin
Scheve Elizabeth BUXTON Cattawissa
Scheve Emma SMITH Cattawissa
Scheve Agnes CALVIN Cattawissa
Scheve Myrtle JUNGE Cattawissa
Scheve Emma BAUMGARTH Cattawissa
Scheve Eugene JUNGE Cattawissa
Mt.Hope William WIDEMAN Frumet
MoonTown Howard BLACKWELL Blackwell
MoonTown Perry HOLDMAN Blackwell
All the above named pupils should make an earnest effort to finish the examination this year. It will require a grade of 70 percent to pass in any branch, teachers should feel confident that their pupils can do successful high school work before recommending the examination. Remember that this is law required by the Superintendent. Grades will be held to the pupil’s credit one year. Final examination will be held in February, March, April and May. Call for the final examination questions and written instructions. Pupils and teachers should confer with me any time.
Very truly yours, R.B. WILSON,
My fine Percheron Stallion ad Black Mammoth Jack. This stock was awarded first premium at
the Washington Fair last fall. For
further information address C.B. JONES,
Curly BURGESS and wife spent Tuesday here.
Mike ROESCH and wife were visitors here in the county seat, Friday.
Oscar TAUBOLD was here Tuesday His
wife and her sister, who are in
A recital of readings and music will be given at the hall Saturday, March 1st. The program is a good one, to be rendered by Rev. G.W. HOLMES, Mrs. Frank DEITRICH and Misses Carrie and Bessie KLEINSCHMIDT and Zoe BOOTH.
The joint program at the school Fri was enjoyable and instructive to pupils and visitors alike. The scheme of exercises was patriotic....The patrons who were there to enjoy the celebration were Mrs. Harry FOREST, J.W. ECKLE, J.L. HECKLER, F.R. SPILKER, J.F. WILLIAMS, P.M. RILEY, J.H. REPPY and Mrssrs. R.R WILSON and Felix LEUTZINGER.
Mrs. G.W.MOCKBEE and Mrs. J.H. REPPY and Martha attended the Washington's Birthday supper at the Presbyterian Church in DeSoto, returning Sunday with the Dr. and J.H., who had taken in Masonic Lodge.
The Masonic Lodge in DeSoto had a
large and enthusiastic meeting Saturday night at which initiatory work was done,
followed by an elaborate spread.
J.J. HOEKEN, Ross DONNELL, J.H. REPPY, Dr. MOCKBEE, R.A. FRAZIER, F.E. SPILKER, J.G. WILLIAMS, Clyde WILLIAMS and the County Court Judges; J.H. WINER, Wm. SCHWALBERT and W.C. KERCHOFF are home from Jefferson City where they went to represent the rights of Hills and the county at large, against ambitious DeSotoans who are petitioning the legislature for the removal of the Circuit Court to DeSoto in part or in whole.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. DOVER of
Frumet have been recent visitors to
Ford GASCHE of Morse Mill had business in the hub, Monday.
Miss Lola McMULLEN and W.E. BOHMLE [Bohne ?] came down from the city to spend Sunday.
Joe ECKLE accompanied Raymond
FORREST back to
Miss Mamie HELLER entertained the Cooking Club, Friday night in honor of Miss Susie JONES.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. BECHLER are home from a visit to his mother of Belews Creek district.
George GASCHE moved his family and household goods into the BURGESS property, lately occupied by Dr. J.E. JONES.
Richard SCHROEDER has quit farming
and removed his family and household goods into town and is quartered at the
J.P. MILLER of High Ridge was here Monday in his brand new Ford. He was accompanied by Fred HUNNING and J.H. KREINHEDER.
John G. KOCH of Fenton was here in his machine on Monday, having brought Mrs. Maggie BAST and son and daughter to attend probate court.
Philip RILEY is spending a couple of weeks at Glen Allen with his brother, the highway engineer, aiding in his work while he is confined at his home by rheumatism.
Judge EHRICHS of Festus whose health has been poor this winter, writes from
Wanted: Housekeeper at
once. Salary as per arrangement, no trifling. Call on or write,
Louis G. WEPPNER,
The small boys mentioned in the
Record last week, as being held here as witnesses against some car breakers at
Edward H. FIESELMANN of Kimmswick was here Tuesday, making a final settlement in the probate court of the estate of his wife, Edna J. FIESELMANN, dec. Mr. FIESELMANN says the race for post mastership at Kimmswick is waxing warm and interesting the aspirants being Mr. HILGERT, the roacher(?) and Mrs. Wm. PIPKIN, lately widowed with four little children to support. Both have strong endorsement.
For Sale: As we expect to move to our Fair-View Breeding Farm, will offer for sale on Thursday, February 27th at the Baily Station Farm the following; 1 pair matched sorrels…, 1 bay horse…, 3 mules…, 1 bay horse colt and 1 yearling bay colt…, 20 head dairy cows, 1 Durham bull, 16 head of hogs, a few farming implements and other things, too. Terms; under $10, cash, over $10 a credit of 6 months on bankable note will be given. L.W. LUCAS and son; Geo. W. RUSSELL, auctioneer.
Mrs. Charles HEMME has been quite ill for some days past.
Clay KING and wife of Goldman visited the county seat, Friday.
Will THOMPSON and Arthur CRULL of Morse Mill were recent visitors to the county seat.
Mr. and Mrs. Ware EVANS visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. HERMAN in DeSoto, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Green HEARST are back
from a shopping expedition and visit to
Alex DICKHART of out Route 2 was in town the other day and joined the Record's Honor Roll.
Will FORREST returned to his
Wanted: Stallion to stand on shares
Write to; M. ZIMPFER,
Mrs. George K. ASHBY and son, Hesson have returned from a visit to their daughter and
James DALTON a prominent merchant of Cattawissa spent a few days here on business the last of the week.
Judge Spencer D. TOMPKINS of
Russell DEES and his two sisters and other young people of Festus have been here this week to visit David Dees.
Mrs. Annie KRAMME of Oerman and her son Earnest were here yesterday making an annual settlement in the probate court.
R.T. REINEMER of Cedar Hill accompanied Mrs. John GONZ to the county seat Friday and assisted in the probate arrangements of her late husband's estate.
There was an explosion in the power
room in the Glass Works at
William ZISKIE of Horine visited the county seat a couple of days recently that is, to his notion, the important part of the county seat, his twin grandsons Lloyd and Floyd MARSDEN.
John BOLLE, B.C. REVIS, Sam COLEMAN, John V. HAEFNER, Richard HAEFNER, a delegation from Festus were in Jefferson City investigating the county seat controversy.
Miss Naomi DEES of Festus was the guest of Miss Lillie HEMME a few days last week, followed by her cousin, Miss Bessie BUSCHER [Buecher ?] of Bonne Terre, who will make an extensive visit.
From a letter from James PARKINSON of Bogard, a former resident of this section, we learn that the world goes well with him, though his mother and Aunt, Mrs. Ochavia HUCHANAN have been recent grippe victims.
For Sale: Farm of 60 acres, large house and barn,
1 mile southwest of Kimmswick on the state road, good springs, plenty fruit, 50
acres in cultivation, $5,500. Apply to Oscar TAUBOLD,
In attempting to alight from a Grisco (Frisco?) train at Horine Wednesday morning, Mrs.
C.T. THOMURE of
Rev. and Mrs. G.W. HOLMES of Hematite entertained the Young Peoples Societies of Hematite and Victoria last Thursday night. There were 51 guests to enjoy the program.
Highway engineer S.C. CAMPBELL was away on a business trip.
P.S. TERRY of Festus had business in this county seat.
Theodore HURTGEN and wife are home from a few days trip to Festus.
W.A. WELSH of DeSoto, possibly DeSoto's future Post Master, was in the county seat, Monday.
Notice: The Farmers Mutual Fire
Insurance Company of Rock township,
Blanche HERRICK and Marian BERGMAN
will appear in Piano and Song Recital at Jefferson Theatre,
H.B. IRWIN, Lawyer, DeSoto
~Transfers~ (from front page)
Albert GROTHE (Gruthe ?] to T.L. QUINN .... $700.
Paul ? to Jacob B? Railway? .....?
~Transfers~ (from last page)
W.A. WILEY to E. H. & B. MANWARRING, 3 lots Park ad DeSoto…$800.00.
E.D. FRANZ to J.J.A. HILGERT 2 lots in Kimmswick…$950.00.
Caroline SCHAFFER to Philip FORD, 15 acres sur. 1906….$800.00.
Herman SNYDER to Martin DAWSON, 36 acres, 30-40-5….$100.00.
Martin DAWSON to Eugene A. COX, same land…….$10.00.
James N. DONNELL to Jacob GECHWEND, 8 acres, Rdwy, 907-41-5….$1.00.
R.E. JOHNSON to J. GACHWEND [Gaschwend
?], 50 acres,
Nicholas HACK to
Walter L. FILMER to Andrew J. HOLLOWAY, 127 acres, 33-42-3….$2000.00.
G.B. GALE to Horine Townsite Co., 2 lots in Horine…$1.00 etc.
Mary P. BOYER to Con CARLIN, 63 acres, 4 & 9 39-3, $1.00, etc.
Mary J. SIEBUM to Maggy BAST et al, 37.30 sur 3011-7….$50.00.
Mary Jessie JEWETT to W. R. CRAIG, 1 lot 32-41-6….$400.00.
F.O. HAMEL by trustee to Horine Townsite Co., 2 lots in Horine Block 73…$16.25.
Sherman BOYER et al to Con CARLIN, 125 acres, 3-39-3….$5000.00.
Sherman BOYER et al to W. P. CRAHAM [Graham], 125 acres, 3-39-3…$500.00.
Francis WOOD to Rebecca J. PYLE, 80 acres, 10-39-4…$1.00.
Rebecca J. PYLE to
Horine Townsite Co. to Iron Mr. Ry. Co., Right of way at Horine….$500.00.
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. to Hugh
GLENN, lot in
~Notice to our Wide Awake Neighbors~
The gentlemen who are interested in the Belews Creek Presbyterian Sunday School are cordially invited to meet at our new church next Saturday afternoon March 1st, with axes and such tools as will be needed to clear and clean the ground around the church. If weather permits.
Very respectfully yours, Mrs. Chas. STEIDLE.
Mr. and Mrs. GOODWIN and son were called here Saturday on account of the health of her father B. MANHEIMER.
On account of the illness of Mrs. A.L. AMIDON, the DeSoto Woman’s Club met with Mrs. J.F. ROZIER who made a charming hostess dressed in colonial costume.
The New Cozy Gem picture show opened
Saturday night with a crowded house.
The pictures were very good and the ‘little man’ was quite an
attraction. Mr. and Mrs. PALMER,
proprietors are stopping with Mrs. Mrs. S.E. MEYERS on
Mrs. B.J. PEASLEY and daughter were
Mrs. BROOKS who has been visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos COLEMAN, has returned to her home at
Mrs. Henry MAUPIN visited relatives
Mrs. Clarence MURDOCK of
Mrs. E.C. EDGAR entertained her
In the game of basketball between Bonne Terre and DeSoto the latter won. Songs and yells were given in honor of the DeSoto team.
Dr. MOCKBEE and wife were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. L.A. CHAMBERLAIN Saturday night.
Dr. JONES and family moved the
latter part of last week from
Miss Julia KLENN who has been quite ill for the past two weeks is improving slowly.
Dr. Frank LONG had business at
Miss Rhoda COXWELL entertained a
number of friends complimentary to her house guest Miss Cleo HANNA of
Harry OUTMAN has been transferred
Rev. and Mrs. MILLER have gone to housekeeping in the FRENCH cottage. Mrs. MILLER is a sister of Mrs. J.O. FRENCH.
Mrs. FROMHOLD entertained a few
friends Friday afternoon at her home on
James MOSS of
The sixth demonstration farm on the
Eighteen acres will be placed under
cultivation at once, and within a year or so the farm will be extended to
twenty-five or thirty acres. The
business interests and residents of
The location of demonstration farms
on the Missouri Pacific line of the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain System will
be under the directions of Geo. K. ANDREWS, recently appointed Commissioner of
Agriculture for the Missouri Pacific proper, Mr. MARKHAM’s jurisdiction being over the
Mr. E. P. KEARNEY, General
Superintendent of Transportation of the
Mr. SOMERVILLE who is a very efficient railroad man, spent his entire career on the Burlington System until he resigned as Superintendent of Terminals at Kansas City for the Missouri Pacific four years ago, which position he has filled ever since until given his present promotion.
Frank BECHLER, The Big Blacksmith,
Shop East of ECKLE’s store,
The Garden Fence, C.H. GERARD,
Chris W. JENNI, Real Estate,
Frank E. SPILKER Saloon, Green Tree Beer, Fine Wines and Cigars, Opposite the Court House.
John H. REPPY, Attorney-at-Law,
Whereas, Martin W. REITER, Jr. and Christina E. REITER, his wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated, November 21, 1911, and recorded in the recorder’s office with and for Jefferson County, Missouri, in Trust Record Book No 44 at page 295, conveyed to the undersigned, trustee, the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the county of Jefferson and the State of Missouri, to-wit:
The east half of the north west quarter of section 14, in township 42, range 5 east, containing 80 acres, less however and excepting therefrom 5 acres, originally reserved out of the north-east corner of said tract, containing after said deduction 75 acres, be the same more or less.
This is a second Deed of Trust and is given subject to a first deed of trust for $1,200.00 held by Frank GAMACHE
In trust to secure the payment of promissory note from date with said Deed of Trust, one for the principal sum of $800.00 due in 3 years and three interest notes, each for $36.00 due in 1, 2, and 3 years. One of which is long since past due and remains unpaid whereby all of said notes have become due by reason whereof I will on Saturday, the 23rd day of March 1913 at the Court House door in the town of Hillsboro, expose said real estate to sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash for the purpose of satisfying said debt and the expenses of executing this trust. John H. REPPY, Trustee
~Letters of Administration~
John GONZ, deceased
Louisa GONZ, executrix