DRY WEATHER CULTIVATION A SUCCESS
Cordial Welcome to Picnic Saturday
Regular Hematite Correspondent
Rev. WELLHOELTER spent last Saturday in our town.
Clark and John ACKLEY came
Miss Viola HENDERLITE from Bonne Terre is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. H. PORTER.
Mrs. Catherine RICHARDSON and Frank ELDERS are on the sick list.
Mr. ENGLEBACH from Pevely was in our town Sunday.
Oscar and Willie COPLIN are
Miss Katherine ENGLAND was a DeSoto visitor last Wednesday.
Oran JARVIS has purchased a car load of corn.
C. F. BIRD spent Sunday in Hematite.
Will NULL spent Sunday with home folks.
Miss Ethel RICHARDSON came
home Sunday morning after spending a few days with her sister in
The EDWARDS meeting began Sunday and promises to be an interesting and profitable one. Rev. EDWARDS is an able preacher, an earnest worker and a sincere Christian. Don't fail to hear him every night at the Christian church.
Mrs. R. E. ENGLAND spent
Mrs. P. C. McCORMICK will go to
Mrs. J. R. ENGLAND's Sunday School class gave an ice cream social last Saturday evening on the JARVIS lawn. It was a pleasant affair. They cleared about seven dollars which will be used for the meeting now in progress.
Miss Jessie WILSON was a city visitor two days last week.
Mrs. SNIDER and son from
Sunnyside and their friend, Miss Jo ROBINSON from
Mr. TURLEY from near DeSoto was here last week to buy cattle.
Mrs. L. R. MAUK returned to her home last Thursday after a few weeks visit with her parents Wallace LEONARD and wife.
Rosilie? TOURTHAM ..Byrnesville
WEDDING BELLS AT BRYNESVILLE
Lawrence O'BRIEN and Miss Florence GARNER were married June tenth in the Catholic church at Byrnesville, the Rev Father TRACEY performing the ceremony with nuptial mass. The groom is a son of P. P. BYRNES of Allenton and the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli GARNER of Byrnesville. The young couple will make their home at Byrnesville where the groom has made a home for his bride among a wealth of good wishes from all the country side.
THE LATEST ON TWO FAMOUS CASES
Mrs. Alice MILES of
W. T. DARDEN'S fine of $200
for maintaining public nuisance in
The farmers are all about done making hay and the wheat will be the next on program.
Mrs. AGRICOLA of
Mrs. Wm. SCHYTT and daughter
Hazel and her niece, Gladys WEBER went to
The bass and shot gun which
was raffled by Joe KROBER at
COOKING CLUB VISITS BRIDE MEMBER
The cooking club made a visit to surprise Mrs. Tony SCHNEIDER at her home on Friday afternoon. They carried Cooking Club lunch and had a fine time. Instead of the customary shower she was presented with a club present, a hand painted cake set.
GUSTAVE LUHN OF WARE BURIED TODAY
Gustave LUHN, a prosperous and
highly esteemed farmer of
SHOES STOLEN AT FRISCO DEPOT
Regular Festus Correspondent.
W. B. GAMEL spent Sunday in
Dr. J. F. DONNELL had
Mr. and Mrs. Rome McDONNELL visited friends in
Mr. Jake BOYER of Bloomsdale visited in Festus Monday.
Roy DIXON has been confined at his home for several days with tonsillitis.
Mrs. Alex BAILEY made a trip
Mrs. W. S. BROOKS was a
Miss Maude KELSO left last
Pros. Atty. MILLER of Hillsboro was in Festus last week.
Foss DONNELL of Hematite had business here Wednesday.
Mrs. DEITRICH of
Miss Estelle HAEFNER spent
last week with relatives in
Miss Lucille SCHAFER will
spend several weeks with her sister in
Mrs. Jennie SMITH visited at
Brooks WARNE who is working
Mr. and Mrs. F. X. RESCHT of
Arthur CRUMP and family will
Mesdames M. F. BERRY and R. F. BERRY and children visited relatives in DeSoto Wednesday.
H. A. LITTLEFIELD of Blythedale has been employed as pharmacist by the Funk & Smith Drug Company.
Pete GETTINGER is rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy baby presented by his good wife Monday.
Hon. DUGAN, Representative of Webster County was in Festus Monday.
Dr. LUCKEY of
Miss Angie REICH has been quite ill for several days.
Clift, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. SEIGRIST who has been attending school in Rolla has returned home.
Mesdames Emma SEMEL of
T. S. BYRD and Mrs. Frank
Meyer MILLER went to
Another member of the same family died from an operation for appendicitis a few weeks ago.
Another burglary at the Frisco depot last week in which several boxes of shoes and other articles were taken.
Mrs. Emma DODDS, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. DONNELL left for her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Harry EVANS and children visited on Plattin last week.
The Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. is building a large hay shed in the company meadow.
The many friends of Mrs.
Anna CRAIG will be pained to learn that she is suffering with heart trouble, and
is under the care of a
The Festus News says
"Congressman HENSLEY is having a hard time deciding whom to endorse for the De
Soto Post Office. If he cannot find out any other way he might consult a leading
Mrs. T. H. LEAGUE of Festus
and Miss Helen WELSH of
F. O. HORN is having his new machinery for cleaning and pressing put in shape. Nick WALLS is doing the work.
The summer term of the
The following students
DANTENHAHN, House Springs. From Festus, Estelle Anna BAILEY, Elizabeth
BLUNT, and Lucetta WAGGENER.
From De Soto, Emily J. BERRY,
Felix Thornton BROWN, Cora Mabel COLLINS, Grace HOPSON, Dorothy MARSHALL,
Marie Ethel PARKER, Mabel SHOWMAN, Ethel Violet WEASE, and Matie WEIER. From
IN HONOR OF THE NEWLY WEDS
They young men of the town gave a dance at the Masonic Hall Thursday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tony SCHNEIDER which was a very pleasant affair. The Maxville Orchestra was engaged for the occasion and was much enjoyed.
A large number of friends
attended the funeral of Mrs. A. HALTER in
Number of DeSoto People Attend Edward's Wedding.
Regular DeSoto Correspondent
Mr. Ed WILLIAMS and two sons Horace and Richard of St. Louis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. WILLIAMS.
Miss Frances MILAAR left
C. T. JARVIS spent Monday at
Mrs. E. S. COXWELL and
daughter Miss Rhonda has business in
Tony KARTE arrived from
Mrs. Robert COXWELL will entertain the Junior Endeavors at her home Thursday.
Miss Addi LOGAN visited her sister Mrs. Will LONG at
Miss Hazel SHOWMAN departed
Mrs. A. S. MORSE has
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. DARDEN and two sons Sperry and Edgar left last week for the East where they will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. STOCKING
and daughter Adele were
Mrs. Lily BENCINI departed
Miss Vanita MILLER is spending a few weeks in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MURDOCK arrived from the South Friday.
Mrs. A. J. BLAIR and
daughter Miss Eugenia returned from a few weeks visit with relatives at
Mrs. Manuel FREY and
children returned to
George DEVLIN and wife are
occupying the MUELLER cottage on
Mrs. Warren FARRIS returned
Mrs. WOODS departed Friday
for a short stay with friends at
Mrs. Robert COXWELL has
returned from a months visit with relatives at
Frank RICHIE of
Pyle and Blazer are painting
Dr. L. A. CHAMBERLAIN'S home on
Mrs. A. S. MEYERS on
The grading on
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. CRAWFORD
and Misses Julia KLEUN, Chessie LONG and Harriet MEEK
attended the wedding of Miss Gussie SEIVERS to Mr. Howard EVERETT of
H W. Beck & Co vs Albert S. ENNIS, judgment for $318.33.
M. B. HARRIS vs St. Joe Land Co., con't by agreement.
Sophia THOMURE vs Frisco, damages $3000. Appealed to St.
Louis Court of Appeals, bill of exceptions on or before
State vs W. H. VAUGHT, sixty days in county jail for larceny.
Merseal-Alle Timber co., vs J. H. CHILDERS, con't.
Vina BOUGHMAN vs Merseal Alle, con't.
G. T. LANHAM vs est. James HOGAN, con't.
State vs Mary LAURA, con't.
Oscar NUEGGEBAUER excused from jury.
Jos. CROSS vs M. R. & B. T. Ry., dismissed.
Rose AMELSER et al vs Deitrick MEIER et al., trial by court. Evidence submitted, deft's offer demurer to testimony and case taken under advisement on demurer.
The following person in
relation to the
Joseph BRADFORD et al. Lee PLYE $15.
R ALDERSOD 20.50,
Tom RILEY 10.45,
Joe GOLLIER 10.80,
Matt GAMBLE 2.25,
H KLEINSTUHER 7.50,
George RUPKE 10.05,
Mack HUFF 9.75,
Albert GAMBLE 48.45,
Joseph GAMBLE 29.70,
C. H. DOUGLAS, 10.50,
Ross GAMBLE 27.00,
A. B WELCH 62.35,
Grover GAMBLE 9.75,
S. W. Crawford Lumber Co. 85.25,
J. BOYER 10.50.
Oscar EDWARDS vs John A. TUTTLE, Con't.
Helmer OBERGFELL vs Sophia A. HAMPLE con't.
Poindexter MANESS vs William KELLY, con't.
Thos H. FORRESTER vs John F. COFFMAN et al, con't.
Divorces granted. Arthur EWING vs Ella EWING.
Eliza J. WILSON vs William WILSON.
Stella MATHEWS vs John MATHEWS.
Hattie J BEELER vs John M BEELER,
Mary MAZELLA vs Ben MAZELLA.
Fred Schafer vs Ray TOWNSEND et al, judgment for $75.00.
Alex WILSON vs St. Joseph Lead Co., con't.
State vs P. L. ELLSWORTH, def't discharged.
State vs C. A. STEPHENS, ordered to pen.
State vs John EMILY, Prosecuting Atty. Enters a rolle prosequi.
S. T. WAGGENER vs Maria F. BERRY et al: --Modified decree of partition granted. Find Maria F. Berry to have a life estate in an undivided 1/4 of real estate herein. Minor heirs to have an undivided one-sixth interest in said real estate subject to life estate of Maria F. BERRY to have no interest in said real estate. Renewed order of sale made. Terms 25 per cent cash and balance in one year.
State vs Thos. FLETCHER, eight months in jail.
State vs Frank SCOTT, thirty days in jail and a fine of $100.00 Stay of execution granted for 90 upon defendant giving bond for $200.
State vs Harrison ANDERSON, three months in county jail.
Mrs. OSBORN is entertaining her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. SWARTZ.
Mr. and Mrs. HOFFMAN are visiting Dr. and Mrs. OSBORN.
Miss Carrie SIMMS was the guest of Miss MABEL BEATTE, the latter part of the week.
Henry OSBORNE has returned home after a short stay in the city.
A crowd of young people enjoyed a fishing trip last Saturday.
The M.A. F. O. Lodge will give an ice cream social next Saturday evening June 21. Everybody come.
A farewell party was given last Wednesday night at the home of Will WINES for Arthur HENDRIX.
? THURMAN has returned from
Don WAGGONER visited his father. J.E. WAGGONER a few days last week.
Miss Lily WAGGONER has returned from her visit in Festus.
Mrs. LUPKY [Lucky ?] and baby are spending a few days with her father and brother here this week.
Miss Dollie GANSNER gave a dance Saturday night. Quite a crowd attended and everyone had a good time.
A.C. HENROID and family of Buckeye visited Albert WATT and family last Sunday.
Miss Hattie WATT spent Sunday with home folks.
Lynn WAGGONER is entertaining his cousin from Festus this week.
Miss Ruth HILL of High Ridge was in Danby Sunday.
Claude BEATTE had business in the city last Wednesday.
Little John SEIFERT entertained some of his little friends last Saturday as it was his sixth birthday.
Miss Margurette BAKER has returned home after a short stay in
All the final receipts in the estate of Richard FRANCE, dec. filed and the executor of said estate is discharged.
Final settlement of Alex BALLEE [Allee ?] adm. of the estate of Frank STOW dec. approved and adm. discharged.
Final settlement of Hy SCHMIDT ex. of the estate of Frederick WEDDE dec. approved and the executor will be discharged upon filing of all receipts.
Final settlement of Martha WELKER, admx. Of the estate of A. W. WELKER, dec. and approved and admx discharged.
Letters of administration on the estate of Valentine LEIGHT granted to Petrolena LEIGHT and her bond approved.
Curator’s report of sale of the real estate of the estate of Felix ROZIER, a minor, May 3. Appraisement list approved.
Appraisement list of the real estate of the estate of Mary DONOVAN, dec. approved.
Will of Frank X. DEHNER, dec, probated and letters granted to Odelie DEHNER without bond. Appraisement list filed and approved.
All final receipts in the estate of Frank BURKHART filed and admx discharged.
Final settlement of Frank PERKINS adm. of estate of Benjamin MITCHELL, dec. approved and adm discharged when all final receipts are filed.
Inventory and appraisement lists in the estate of Valentine LEIGHT approved.
Annual settlement of Ida HEARST, admx of the estate of Joseph HOOBER, dec. approved and admx discharged.
Final settlement of Lee F. KOHLER, curator of the estate of Ira E. KOHLER, minor, approved and curator discharged.
Mrs. and Mrs. WARD were visiting town last week.
G.A. WENOM and wife made an
automobile trip to
Mr. LY?LE formerly agent at this place and wife Millie WUERN are in
this town today. Their home is now
Charles OHEIM and wife are visiting their home folks in Kimmswick today.
Mrs. Alleck MILES and sister are up from
Mr. Frank MEYER and wife
went on a visit to
Mrs. Myra HARLOW of New York is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus MATHIES.
Miss Pauline BECK of
Misses Leona and Elsie KIRK
attended the Matinee Saturday in
Mrs. Fred OBERMILLER spent
two days in
Mrs. Grover BRISTOL and sons
Mr. and Mrs. Jim TIERNEY of Glen Park spent Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Charles DUERENHEIM
returned home Saturday after a week’s stay in
Mr. and Mrs. John HOGAN
entertained friends from
The R.E. C. Club met at Emily LANGHENNY [‘s] Wednesday.
Mrs. S. A. WHITEHEAD and daughter Edna were in the city last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward GERARD gave a party Saturday evening to their friends.
Miss Jessie CASSIDY of
Miss Pauline MEYER of news paper fame was in Kimmswick one day last week and went out to see her mother whom she had not seen for ten years. Gus OHEIM conveyed her out in his automobile.
Miss Grace GRIFFITHS is visiting her aunts, Mrs. Mary DIARD and Mrs. Joe ARNOLD of Route No. 1.
Jas. G. BERKELEY to F. E. BURLESON 25a, 24-40-4….$625.
E. WASHER to Brand & Hoover 1/2a. 26-41-6….$65.
M.E. FITZGERALD to Herman F. PETWOLD, 33-42-4….$1.
Chas. WHITSON to J.M. EARLL lots in DeSoto….$1.
F.B. GREEN by trustee to F.J. FATLEY 40a…$50.
Citizen’s Gas & Fuel Co. to W.J. KNORPP lots in DeSoto….$275.
J. St.MARY to Anthony O------nx lots in Festus….$1250.
Frank J. H--- to Crawford Lumber Co., lot in Festus….$275.
Same to same lots in Festus…..$375.
Same to same lots in Festus…..$375.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed WILLIAMS and
Dave CURTIS of
Steve COLE was in town a few hours Monday.
C.H. BISHOP of
Oscar EDWARDS the big horse breeder of DeSoto was here to attend a law-suit.
Atty. Charles J. WHITE of
Mrs. Olive Stone HONEY has
returned to her home in
Leon HERRICK, superintendent and buyer for the Crawford Lumber yard was here on business Saturday.
Raymond and Delmont GASCHE made a week-end trip to Morse Mill on their bicycles to visit their uncle.
Hon. Walter HENSLEY was here Monday looking over the post-office situation for here and DeSoto. His brother Thornton was also here.
Atty. Clyde WILLIAMS, John
F. WILLIAMS of
Three new automobiles are expected here this week, Dr. MOCKBEE, a Hupmobile, Riley WILLIAMS of Morse Mill also, and Robert KLEINESCHMIDT, a Reo.
P.C. McCORMACK and granddaughter, Margaret
For Sale: Horse, buggy and harness $75, Cow $30, garden implements, lawn mower, 15 gal brass kettle and household furniture all go cheap, 3 miles west of Horine at Zion Church. Jacob WITTMEYER.
Rev. Mr. HOLMES preached a
splendid sermon here Sunday morning, again in the evening and at
For sale – Fresh milch cows. Rudolph HOMBERG,
Dr. BRISTOL’s wife and baby sons are home after a visit to Kimmswick.
Frank BECHLER and Will
HENCKE caught a thirty-five pound fish in
J.J. HOEKEN has been the victim of a summer cold and cough for some weeks and was confined to his room yesterday.
Miss Bessie KLEINSCHMIDT
leaves next week to take a summer course in Expression in
William KING of Route one
came to town yesterday on business and to meet Mrs. Ina SECKMAN who has returned
Mrs. W. R. DONNELL and Mrs. Maria BERRY and Jim DONNELL drove over from Festus Tuesday and visited Ross DONNELL and J.J. HOEKEN and family.
Ed KERRUISH and sister, Mrs.
Kimmswick was pretty generously represented here Tuesday appearing in court in connection with the MILES case. Among them were Dr. and Mrs. KENNEDY, Dr. KIRK, Gus and Otto WENOM, and J.J. HILGERT.