18, 1916 News Tidbits
Ella Callis is visiting in Monroe City.
J. Gerster is visiting friends in Illinois.
Vada Whittaker is visiting friends in Moberly.
Mildred Guthrie spent Wednesday in Stoutsville.
M. A. Gentry of Shelbyville, is the guest of G. P.
John Kimbell visited at the home of D. G. Mitchell,
near Cecil, last week.
S. Boulware, of Clapper, transacted business in
Paris, Tuesday and Wednesday.
S. A. Thurston of Dewey, OK, who has been visiting
at the home of J. W. Thurston, left Wednesday for
Greenfield, Miss., for a visit.
Utterback has traded his farm near Stoutsville for a
stock of general merchandise in Illinois. He will
have a public sale in the near future.
Nipps is spending the week in Kansas City. He went
up to meet his mother and sister, who are on their
way from Washington D.C., on a visit.
people of the Greenwood vicinity, north of Paris,
met at their church last Friday morning to put the
grounds and cemetery in order. The ladies served a
big dinner at noon.
T. Fuller, W. E. Flanders and General Frank W.
McAllister attended the meeting of the Congressional
Committees at Chillicothe, Tuesday. Both the
Democratic and Republican committees met at that
place on the same day.
T. Wetmore Gives His Son Estate
T. Wetmore, Tuesday, deeded all of his estate, both
real and personal, with the exception of his home,
to his son, Harry B., for the consideration of
“one dollar and his love and affection.” The
estate consists of 400 acres of land just northeast
of Paris, a half interest in the Wetmore &
Cissell livery stables and stock business, and three
houses in Paris. A conservative estimate of the
value of the above is $50,000.