Miss Prances Elliott, who has been Ilvlig at Hdwaroflvlllajtop-strtne time, is bdre making arrangements to leave aooh for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Win. H°ndorson, at Platssvllle, Colo- , O* P, Elliott and duughtor, Miss Leah, o"f St. Louia are here visiting Mrs. Mina Ellis. Mr. anc} Mrs. Geo. HougttUin and son »)X Jersey vllle spent Sunday with relative's. relative's. '" do^ of the fchamberialn Com- Co. spent a few days with his sist&r, Mrs, John Ellhoausen. Atf. aftd Mrs, John O. Cooper of Alton Alton visited at Hhnwood with Mr. and ISrs. H. M. Cooper. Arthur Culp of Wood River township township and Miss Emma Arbuthnot of Bethalto wore united In Matrimony at the parsonage Wednesday by Rev. C. R Shelby. ' The funeral of Arthur Boottger occurred occurred Saturday at the Presbyterian Church of this place- with Rev. Austermann Austermann of Alton officiating. A number of people from Alton and Upper Altofl attended tho funeral. He was born in Moro almost twenty-eight years ago. Ho married Miss Nellie Burwoll four years ago and has since mado his homo in Upper Alton. Ho leaves his wife and two small sons, father and author and four sisters, Mrs. A. Francis, Francis, Mrs. James Waterfall and Mrs. El bert .Hatcher, all of Allton; Miss Louise Boottger of this place, and foui 1 brothers, Emil of Dorsey, Will of Bunker Bunker Hill, Otto of Granite City and AK frod of this place. Tho friends anfl neighbors extend their sympathy to the bereaved ones. Classified Ads. bring reiulti.