Thursday the house of Ed PINSON north of
Harrison Charles VOLLMAR and Miss Naomi Lillian PATTERSON, both of
On the 5th
and 6th of March, 1913, a delegation of farmers met at Ware,
The officers elected are, Jesse VIVRETT, President; Jno. MANESS, Vice President; Jesse E. POUNDS, Secretary; Jno. WHITSEL, Conductor; Mr. WAMSGANZ, Door Keeper; Jethro EAVES, Chaplin and Local Organizer; Samuel COLLINS, Sergeant-at-Arms.
days of hard work the conventional body adjourned to assemble in the Court House
POUNDS, Morse Mill,
~Mrs. Margaret HARRIS Dead~
Margaret J. HARRIS died at her home, "The Cedars" near
suggested in our last weeks issue that there were symptoms of a wedding in the
air and the absence of Walter GRIFFITH from his usual haunts indicated to our
minds that Walter had at last reached the point where he realized the truth of
the scriptural injunction that "it is not good for man to be alone." Mr.
GRIFFITH has returned and Mrs. Rosa ROSENHEIM of
~An Entertaining Program for an Excellent Cause~
be a Recital given in the Victoria Church at
Mrs. William ENGLAND, Soprano
Miss Bessie KLEINSCHMIDT, Reader
Hematite Quartette, Vocal Number
Mr. Robt. KLEINSCHMIDT, Monologist
Mr. Guy HOLMES, Impersonator
The entertainment is given under the directory of the "Young Peoples Society" and refreshments will be served after the program. The admission will be ten and fifteen cents; program at Receipts are to be devoted to the church budget.
Now is your
chance to enjoy an evening and help a good cause
of the Hematite Circuit, Rev. G.W. HOLMES, will preach at
HERRICK-BERGMAN Concert at
HERRICK, as a vocalist, has a remarkable contralto voice, much beauty of face
and form and a regal bearing. Miss BERGMAN is not so well known to audiences of
this county but was very, very winning and charmed her hearers with her happy
flying fingers. Miss ALBERT is a
~Henry LANHAM Dead~
LANHAM died at his home hear
~Reading Circle Meeting at Salt Peter~
One of the
most interesting meetings of
H. McKay STRAUSER, V.P.
Hurrah, for the writing contest! Word comes to this office that many pupils are getting right in line. The Ransomerian Muscular writing system is being tried in the county as never before.
How is it
with you, teacher? Prof. C.W.
Let us all
get busy. Why? Just because we want
Mr. P.P. HINCHEY of
How will I
enter my pupils? Just have each
pupil to write a page of ordinary writing paper for a sample of writing, bring
to county commencement or send directly to the
The writing will be judged and prizes awarded at the county commencement.
Teacher, will you enter your pupils? If not, why not?
Yours very truly,
All those indebted to the estate of the late John GONZ are respectfully requested to call and pay his widow, the undersigned.
Mrs. John GONZ, admx.
farm, log house and other out buildings, good springs, on
road 1 1/4 mile from
~Judge EHRICHS Dead~
Judge Theodore EHRICHS died in
DEHNER, died at his home at
Ernestine Sophie OEHLERT died at her home near
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. H.H. WALLNER, Pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation near Jarvis, and amid the scenes of so many years of active life she was laid to rest. A Friend.
community was shocked by the news of the sudden death of Dr. J.E. STEGMAN, who
had gone to
STEGMANN was born in
lived his life almost wholly in
Bertha G. HELMER....................................Pevely
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Groceries, Bread and Fruits,
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Star Brand Shoes are the Best Made
Prop. Kimmswick Roller Mills and Lumber Yard
Manufacturer of Flour, Meal and Feed
Dealer in Lumber and Building Material
Charles HARMONY of
Mrs. G.R. RATHBUN general Supt. of the Ladies Department of the DeSoto Fair called a meeting of the ladies last Wednesday afternoon to make out a new premium list. They are making every effort to make it up to date and one that will meet the approval of all.
John SCHMIDT is the new cashier in the German American Bank.
GAMEL, Jr. and baby left Tuesday for
MEEK and daughter Miss Harriet were in
CAMPBELL returned to
Charles ROBINSON has sold out his meat market.
and family have moved to
Harry HOBBS of St. Louis was the guest of his grand parents Mr. and Mrs. R. SHUTE last week.
LONG and daughter Miss Chessie were shopping in
leaves the fifteenth for
Charles HAVERSTICK went to the city on business Friday.
MANHEIMER left Sunday for
Mrs. Will BRIMMER of
Margaret BARTH returned to
Col. DEAN returned from Wash. D.C. Friday and reports a splendid time at the inauguration.
Mrs. Robt. MASON returned from
Mrs. Frank HEARST is quite ill at her home.
EDWARDS who was badly hurt in an automobile accident is at home from
Mrs. POLLAK of South East
The entertainment given last Thursday evening at the Opera House by Miss Blanch HERRICK and Miss BERGMANN was quite a success.
R.B. WILSON of Hillsboro was here conducting teacher examinations Friday and Saturday.
Rev. STANFIELD has gone to the city and the family expects to go soon.
Miss Julia KLENN who has been ill for three weeks expects to resume school work this week.
Christian CAMPBELL has returned to Teague
Last Saturday evening, March 1st, in spite of the cold wind and weather, a large crowd of neighbors and friends gathered and serenaded Chas. EDINGER in honor of his (?)8 anniversary. The Judge was caught in a surprise for it was unknown to him. His brothers-in-law, the HAEFNER Brothers furnished the music, dancing was kept up until in the morning, a good lunch and several kegs of beer were served.
has been hauling potatoes to
John HUMPEL has sold his farms to John PREISTER, Mr. HUMPEL intends to buy himself a few acres and farm on a smaller scale.
Peter KROBAR has been busy lately sawing firewood for the neighbors with his gasoline saw outfit.
Wm. SCHNEIDER and Walter HENDRIX and families of Kimmswick spent last Sunday with Philip HAEFNER, Sr. who has moved on the Jake KUCHENMEISTER, Sr. farm.
Several M.W.A. members of this camp attended the funeral of Neighbor, John ROSEMAN of the Antonia Camp who was buried at House Springs last Saturday.
Robt. C. ROESCH is going to have a public sale Saturday and sell all his farming tools and live stock.
The Rock Township spelling contest was held in our school last Saturday, March 1st, there wasn't very many that took just in it but are informed that Ellen DIERKA was the best speller in the contest, which is a credit to our school and its worthy teacher, Miss BRENT.
Court appoints J.W. CHOTT, curator of the estate of the CHOTT minors.
Demand of Bank of Kimmswick against estate of Jacob KELLER, dec. on one note and interest, $33.60 allowed.
Demand of John G. KOCH against estate of George EVERETT, dec for $61.50 allowed.
Court orders Public Administrator to join Owen FARLEY on behalf of Bertha FARLEY, insane, convey her homestead interest in real estate.
Final receipts in the estates of Edw. KISER, dec. and Frank SCHMIDT, dec. and administrators discharged.
Final settlements made and approved upon the following estates, Peter REBEISSE dec; Jennie REBEISSE; Edw. KEISER dec; A.S. ST. MARY dec; Josephine ST. MARY.
Upon petition filed the Court appoints A.G. MEDLEY guardian of the person and estate of Bertha FARLEY, insane, on his official bond.
Inventory list in the same estate approved.
Inventory and appraisement lists in the estate of Robert J. WILLIAMS, dec. approved.
Annual Settlement of Minnie McCULLOCH curatrix of the estate of Juet B. McCULLOCH, a minor, approved.
Pierpoint white wyandottes. A few fine well matured pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices. Eggs for hatching: Exhibition stock $5.00 per 15 eggs. Utility stock $1.50 per15 eggs. I guarantee to please you or will refund your money.
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of
George P. DOVER of Frumet was in town Monday.
HUSKEY is visiting her sister in
Ross DONNELL visited home folks in Festus Sunday.
D.A. DEES and wife of Festus were here Saturday.
Mrs. Green HEARST spent Sunday at Milton MOSS' at
and wife of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe KING of Goldman were guests of Judge FRAZIERS' family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John HELLER went to House Springs Saturday and were gone a couple of days.
Will WILLIAMS, wife and children were in town to spend Sunday with his brothers, Tom and Hugh WILLIAMS.
BOOTH, Miss Hilda BOOTH and Mrs. E.F. HONEY are back
home after spending the winter in
Caroline MILLER of
of Morse Mill has taken a position as postal clerk and he and his wife have gone
Lillie HEMME and Bessie BUSCHER and Charles HEMME Jr. visited the family of
Thomas QUINN near
John L. BECHLER and wife are moving to Morse Mill to occupy the J.F. WILLIAMS farm lately vacated by Ed WILLIAMS.
Mrs. P.M. REILLY has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs. John YESBERG of Pevely who is in very poor health.
W.J.A. SCHUBEL, George W. GASCHE, Will HENKE, Adolph HURTGEN and Tony SCHNEIDER went to Cedar Hill to spend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben SHEIBLE and baby daughter visited Judge FRAZIER and family Sunday, Mrs. SHEIBLE remaining for a weeks visit.
Mrs. Green HEARST, Mrs. E.J. MARSDEN, Mrs. Frank DEITRICH, Mrs. R.B.WILSON are among the visitors to DeSoto of the past week.
Mrs. R.A. MARSDEN went to Horine to visit Wm. ZISKIE and family and also to
visit the farm on
Charlie McCREARY, a well known figure about town is quite ill at the home of J.R. EVANS where the old gentleman was taken after his fall on the ice some weeks ago.
A card from G.W. BYRD who with his family is spending the winter in northern Florida, write enthusiastically of the country and the climate and of the wonderful potato fields which yield 400 bushels to the acre.
Mrs. Kathrine HELD, of Maxville who died on January 18th, held a certificate in the Court of Honor for $1000. The completed claim proofs were received by the Society on January 28th. A warrant for $1000 was forwarded by the Society on February 4th to Recorder Wm. H. STRABER, in full payment of the claim.
Col. Rudolph HARNESS of lower Belews Creek was in town Tuesday on business.
John GEANEY of the Byrnsville neighborhood was in town Tuesday circulating among his many friends.
of Atty. E.J. Bean of Desoto passed away at her home in
Ferdinand GASCHE of Morse Hill was in town Tuesday. Ferd has been in poor health, but is looking very much better and is apparently on the road to Wellville.
Sam MANHEIMER, Dr. W.W. BLISS and Sam BYRNE were in town Tuesday probating the will of the late B. MANHEIMER. He gives each of his children $1 and leaves the residue of his estate to his wife, Flora MANHEIMER whom he nominates as executrix without bond.
The HERRICK-BERGMANN concert in DeSoto was enjoyed by quite a number of Hillsboro music-lovers, among whom were Supt. R.B. WILSON, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. REPPY, the Misses Hazel BOYER, Kathryn WILLIAMS, Mamie HELLER, Ella ASHBY and Messrs. Rob KLEINSCHMIDT and Sam ECKLE.
WANTED - Girl for general house work for family of four.
Mrs. Chas. HEMME,
Seed Potatoes at WILEY Merc.
WANTED - House keeper at once salary as per arrangement, no trifling.
Call on or write.
Have your watch repaired by ZEIGLER. The Kimmswick Jeweler.
Only first class work done. Work warranted to give satisfaction.
Respectfully, M. ZIEGLER
KEUCHENMEISTER, Sr. - West
Jesse BOOTHE to Lucas BAUER, 160a, 6-39-5….$1.00
C.G. STEWART to A.S. BURRELL et al, lots in Festus…$425.00
C.F. LEE to
D.N. SWETZER, lot in
Chas. HENKE to Aug. HENKE, land in sur 2019-42-6…$3000.00
Wm. SPRINGMEIER to E.F. NEIDEL, 124a, 33-42-3….$1900.00
Bertha FARLY by trustee, 78a, 33-43-3….$750.00
16 ton of hay, 8 of millet, 8 of
clover – Peter E. WILLIAMS,
Corsets – worth up to 75 cents, only 39 cents.
Boy’s Knee Pants worth 50 cents, only 29 cents
Boy’s Waists 19 cents.
Ladies’ and Children’s Stockings and Men’s Socks worth up to 15 cents, now only 7 ½ cents
Miss Lydie BRICKEY has returned from a visit with
PICKENS accompanied by Misses Jean CALDWELL and Bertha SCHAFER spent Sunday of
last week at
Miss Katherin BRUEN of
Mrs. Frank KOETTER of
made a business trip to
Tony CAZAUX has opened a saloon just east of the Opera House.
Miss BOOTH, a teacher in the public school has been absent on account of the mumps.
Mr. White McNUTT died Saturday morning. He had been in failing health for some time with a complication of diseases, the principal perhaps being tuberculosis. His funeral will be from the Presbyterian Church, Rev. BYRNS officiating and he will be buried in the Gamel cemetery at Monday afternoon.
came down from
REISS died at the home of his daughter near
Mrs. T.H. LEAGUE fell and dislocated her knee and has been unable to walk but is some better.
ROBINSON who was called to the bed side of his father who was sick in
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie MASON who has been blind for several months is recovering her eyesight, and the doctors claim her sight will be permanently restored.
Du Bart LEAGUE who has been confined to his room for 14 days with pneumonia was able to walk down Sunday for the first time out.
Mrs. F.O. HORN have returned from a visit to their parents in
The blacksmithing firm of GANNIGER and WEISS has dissolved partnership and WEISS has gone into business in Mr. BE??AR's building.
The R.F.D. route has no carrier yet and James HALL continues to carry the mail until one is appointed.
MEYERS who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. WALKER in
Mr. FREESE, brother-in-law of Mr. T.S. BYRD spent Sunday here.
Mrs. George EVANS arrived home Wednesday from a two weeks visit in
Whereas, Martin W. REITER, Jr. and Christine E. REITER, his wife, by their certain deed of trust dated November 21, 1911 and recorded in the recorder's office within and for Jefferson County, Missouri in Trust Record book No. 44 at page 298 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 fourteen (14), in township forty-two (42), range five (5) east, containing eight (80) acres, less however, and excepting therefrom five (5) acres originally reserved out of the northeast 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 GARMACHE.
In trust to secure the payment of promissory note from date with said Deed of Trust, one for the principal sum of $600.00 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 22nd 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~
Notice is hereby given that letters of administration of the estate of John GONZ, Deceased were granted to the undersigned for the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri on the 30th day of February, 1913. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the undersigned within six months after the date of said letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice they will be forever barred.
Louisa GONZ, Executrix
~Letters of Administration~
Notice is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of Charles F. SMITH, Deceased were granted to the undersigned for the Probate Court of Jefferson County, Missouri on the 12th day of August, 1910. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the undersigned within one year after the date of said letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of the last insertion of the publication of this notice they will be forever barred.
This 2?th day of AUG., 1910.
King D. SMITH, Administrator