Mrs. W. D. Sollday was an Alton visitor Friday. Mrs. Murfree Is visiting Alto friends over,the week end. Mr. ana Mrs. G. Y. Henry spen Thursday with relatives in Bethalto. John Phelan came down from Hills boro Friday and will spend the wee end with Jils family, Fred Penning, Sr., Is quite 111 at hi tome. Mrs. Charles Sheff who has bee sick is much Improved. Malcolm Powell was an Alton vlsli or today. Walter and Herbert Dennis of Grai City were, transacting busfues here yesterday and Thursday. A. P. Andrews was an Alton bus ! ness visitor Friday. Miss Thelma Wadlow, the musi , teacher, was here today. Mrs. Charles Graves was an Alto j visitor yesterday. Miss Hazel Collins ot Alton wa the guest of Irer sister, Mm. Lesll Thomas, Wednesday. Francis Manning of the St. Loui Maryland, with headquarters ai the Imperial Hotel. New York. University is here for the week end N. David is transacting business in St. Louis this week. Harold Chappell of Alton was a visitor here last evening. Al Hartnett of Alton WBK a visitor here yesterday. Misses Neva Amburg and Rita Riie- bel of the International Tannery force will spend the week with Grafton relatives. Miss Ruby Smith visited lier aistor- In-law, Mrs. Fred Smith, In Alton yesterday. Will Thomas of Grafton came down from Alton Wednesday -where lie had attended the funeral of his little granddaughter, Ethel, which was held there Wednesday afternoon. Shortly after he arrived here he received a message of the death of his mother- in-law, Mrs. G. MeCauley, aged 83 years. Mrs. Raymond Buck, a granddaughter, and Mr. Thomas left at once for Grafton.