PERCT (BY MRS. ALICE FISK) 5- labor nice-ting was held in the opera house here Friday. I j- H Webster of Stbeleville alleged the labor meeting here Friday Rev. O. E. Mysrscongh filled his legular appoint.ment at Denmark church Sunday. '• Clarence Fisk attended church services at Benmp.rk, Sunday. Henry Jacobyof Cutler spent-a slioit time .here Saturday taking advantage of some of th a bargains ~afj:he> C. C. Nesbit store. C. E. Hallbnuer of Denmark was ~/n Percy on business Saturday. J H. Jones of Tilden attended tile labor meeting here Friday. «J\ne Baptist. Sunday school will • rdtfoer an Easter program during th,s Sunday school hour Sunday at the Baptist church. Eyarvbodv v;c 7 come, ' ' • ' i : "-p^?^"* Mrs Ella Fisk and . daughter*. Clarice, attended church sei vices at the Presbyterian church Sun- dav at Cutler. 'C. C. Nesbit, who has been confined to his home for the past t-,vo or three weeks, is able to ha out- again. Will Fisk sowed' clover seed for Julius Jacoby Monday. Amiel Seiberg and • family who have been living at Coulterville (luring the winter, have moved hack to Percy. •Clarence and Will Fisk went to Steeleville Tuesday to vote. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and family have moved back to Percy fiom Coulterville. The election for road commissioner of road district 'No. 3, was held at Steeleville Tuesday and the Percy voters went -there to vc-te. John Uffelmann was elected road commissioner by a majority of 02 votes in preferenca to Henry Kingston. Mrs. Carrie N-ickelson is ill with the flu at her home.