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THE IOLA BEGISTER, If LITDAY JANUARY 25 1901
51?e Qoupty Jus
ntefestlng Hems From All Over Allen County and
Impartially Set Down by Register
Lulu Mnloom ltcportcr
Jim 10 Amos Wright traded his
saw mill to Mr. Chambers for his fnrm
two and ono-half miles north of town.
Tho fnrm will bo known Jo old settlers
as tho Dlddlson fnrm.
Mrs. Art Williams ofthls place died
last Friday, Jan. 4, her remains wcro
laid to rest In Ccdnrvlllo cemetery.
Many wore tho snd hearts caused by
her death. Sho was a sister-in-law of
Win. Rowley of Iola. All friends ex
tend their heartfelt sympathy to tho
Otis Adams of tho Star livery barn
of Iola, was In town Tuesday on busi
ness. James Duncan of loin, Is canvassing
books in our little city.
Mrs Hnggernum, who llvos wost of
town was burled in tuir cemetery lust
Monday. She was formerly Miss Vio
la Burnett, of loin.
Mrs Knto Wright is. visiting rola
tlves In Warren, lnd.
Tho Misses Sain aro visiting friends
In the western part of tho Stnto.
B F Henry returned to his homo In
Paola Sunday after a short visit hero
with Amos Wright. Whilo hero ho
sold his half interest in tho now llum
ber yard to Mr Wright.
Grandpa Grleo lies at the point of
death. His son George has beon tolu
graphed for from Illinois but has not
Amos Wright is shipping tho corn
bought at George Malcom's sale from
E.ra Hutchinson leturned to his
homo inICenorma,Mo,lastweok. Clias
Davis Is visiting his relatives in
Liberty district. Both young men
wcro in tho employ of Amos Wright
until a short time ago.
Wm Bushor is in Yatos Center look
ing after tho intcrost of his feed mill at
Mrs J H Fry is visiting her daugh
ter In Illinois.
Robt Ingo was in Kansas City buy
ing cattle last Monday.
Jan 2.1 Churloy Henry (was down
from Emporia Saturday and Sunday
visiting his brother Emory who Is
book-keeper at Wright's lumber
Amos Wright attended the Elks
lodgo at Iola Thursday night.
Luko Dix has purchased a farm from
Jim Trlno. Tho farm lies ono and
one-half miles north of Humboldt.
Bashor & Son shipped a car load
of Hour to tho Indian Territory this
J S Wilson is erecting a brldgo
across Sharps Creek on his farm in
tho western suburbs of our littlo
O Anthony of LoRoy was buying
mules hero last weok.
O P Ilowitt Is going to have a pub
lic salo Saturday. After tho salo he
will movo to California.
Georgo Trout is hauling hay to Fin
ney A: Co.
Geo Mnlcom was moving moro of
his personal effects from his former
homo In Liberty Tuesday .
Stevo Bryant from Liberty pur
chased a lino team from Amos Wright
Miss Amy BnyyonR, Reporter.
Jan. 14. How was last week for
winter weather ?
Georgo Barker shelled corn for J K
Hunter Monday and for Chas. Bollng
Matthow Mitchell and family were
out from Iola a fow days last week
Mr B Boekcn, J W Seymour and a
number of others In our neighborhood
aro on tho sick list.
Jolm Laury was in our neighbor
hood Monday looking after Ills busi
ness intorosts hero.
CliMBullund wlfo arokeoping houso
for ho'r father and mother McCollum
whilo ttoy aro enjoying a visit In Ar
kansas. Mrs Lytic helped Mrs Hunter cook
for corn shollers Monday.
Gortio McCollum spoilt Saturday
nignt witn nor sister .Mrs rvoiuo uun
man. Drew S'.owurt has boon obliged to
lose more than a week of school on
account of sickliest,.
Thoso fron out this way that wo
know ot, w1k attended tho contorts
woro; MissLnuru Corn, Earnest, Wiley
and Grovor Myers, Thursday night;
Llnnio and Magglo Woodward, Fri
day night; Cliuulo Stowurt and Chas.
Hamilton Saturday night.
Mr Tom Donald Is hero for a visit
with his brothor William Donald.
Koport of Prnlrlo Hall school for
month ending Jtnuary Ki 1001. No.
enrolled 28, Average attendance 22.
Neither tardy lur absont, Joaunotto
Soymour and LaDollo Donald. Laura
' No I'nlio salary offer, but Mx commission foi
' mun to holl poultry mfntnro In tho country.
N'oierinlnd htuimi, Uiirecu Miik. Uu, I.. I.ust
street, St. Louis, III. (
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Jan 15 Mr and Mrs Draper wcro
shopping in Iola last week. Mr Draper
bought his wlfo a cook stovo and an
Tom Hurilman Is down with pneu
Mrs Finches' brother and wlfo re
turned from Huthlnson and thoy are
visiting Mrs' Finch a whilo boforo re
turning to tholr homo In Ohio.
A number of Mr Draper's friends
surprised him Monday night it bolng
his iblrthday. Supper was served.
Music and gamos wore tho enjoyment
of the evening. Everybody reports a
very pleasant tlmo.
Mr aud Mrs Morgan from Neosho
Falls attended her son-in-law's sur
prise. Mrs Dennis Is going to movo to
Iola next week.
Tlioro Is a dance- at Mr Cain's to
night. Miss Emma linen and Hoso Rosons
wlck visited Mrs Drapur Monday
Is enjoying tho nlco
s much lee.
had somo friends to ar
rive from Illinois tills morning.
PLEASANT VALLEY Ullili.
Mliw Osborn, reporter.
Jan II Matt Bcahm found his best
two year old colt on Its back In tho
stable manger dead last Thursday.
Mrs J J Halbert camo down from
Argentlno last Saturday to visit her
son Frank's family aud other friends
Wc aro glad to say that Perry
Stotler, who went to Kansas City and
had his crippled hip joint put in place,
Is getting along nicely. Ho lias writ
ten tho last thrco or four letlors him
self. Miss Henry, tho aged aunt of Mrs
Sloan, Is In very poor health at pres
ent. Lou Sloan's health Is not as
good as It has been for a few weeks
past. Consumption Is tho trouble.
Tho protracted meeting continues
regardless of tho mud. It has been an
nounced to last ovor Sunday.
Our teacher and somo of tho
scholars saw tho school exhibit at
Iola Saturday, but on account of
bad weather did not get to witness the
C. F Ilarth, Correspondent.
Jan 21 Drilling has begun on the
Foust'woll and many arc waiting and
Mr Burnett sold n horse last Sep
tember and Monday of last week tho
hofso camo back. Its owner llvos In
Wo understand that Dan Bakor has
rented tho Mlniek farm. What's in
tho wind now?
How does tills woather strlko you for
tho middle of winter?
Bert Thompson was around hunting
eggs to start his incubator.
Plowing has again begun, soveral
having started Monday.
CnorKC Lush llcpnrter.
Jan Id Mud, mud, everywhere !
Mrs Rohrback fell during tho
weather aud strained her hip.
Littlo I'ddlo Cramer has pneumonia
E II Lair Is on tho sick list.
J Coglazlor of Salem was calling at
John Murphy's Monday.
Georgo Mnlcom and wlfo called at
their old homo Sunday.
Lu Osborn and son and Pcto John
son aro loading two cars with corn at
Plqua for A Wright of Neosho Falls,
Pearl Townscnd spont Saturday
and Sunday visiting her grandfather
Sam Rotish and wlfo called on Mrs
Johnson last Sunday.
Ed Lair hud the misfortune to lose
a cow last weok.
VrUinr Uuuuliiehnm, Reporter.
Jan. 18 Emma Cammol camo down
from Emporia Saturday.
Geo. B Stoverof tho Katy Is taking
a vacation. W E Grogr.man of Coun
cil Grove Is (Ming his place ;au ngni t
Rev. Ashbaugh began a scries of
meetings at tho Methodist church
Thursday ovening. They will con
tinue during tho week.
John Lawrcneo of tho Territory Is
visiting acquaintances in Humboldt.
Josse Barker is ablo to bo out again
aftor two weeks confinement on account
Mrr. Hattik (Iuu.f.tt, Reporter
Jan. 21. Mrs B Bookcn called
Mrs C Wood.
Ethel Soymour Is recovering from a
slego of typold malaria. Sho was at
Grandma C'urfman'a and thoy moved
Wo woro sorry to hoar of D Ayors
Miss Olondcnlng was 'tho guest of
her cousin Mrs Loroy Aycrs.
Foster Funk returned from tho I. T.
We do not know whether ho saw an
Indian Pow wow or not.
B Boekcn was our pleasant caller
Homo and Cyo 'Kcsslcr bought a
team of horses of Gullctt and Wood.
Someone spoko about tho editor of
tho Iola Rixiistku and our six year
old looked up and said "Why that Is
Charley Scott, I know him and his boy
too." It takes a boy to remember.
Tho plows are running ovcry day.
This Is tho tlmo to plow.
A birthday dinner at tho homo of
Tip Williams. It.bolng his .12nd birth
day and thoy tussolcd with turk and
had a genoral good tlmo. Thoy went
homo wishing him as many moro years
and then somo.
Dora Monbeck was our pleasant
Mr and Mrs Studlwill were out In
this community. Ho wont to Okla
homa to buy a farm, but camo homo to
Allen county and was heard to say
that It was good enough for htm. Ho
hauled his corn to Moran. Ed Boyor
Tip Williams wvs tho guost of W C
Mrs L J Proston called on Mrs O
Mr Davis, the poultry man, was In
our community last weok. Ho hand
los his grays with euro.
Hauling feed has been nlco all
winter until tho sleet.
Oh, how wo want a free mall deliv
ery. Hogs for shipping aro scarce.
Stanloy's advice to proparo for
bard times while tho wavo of prosper
lty Is alloat is a good Idea for no na
tion can afford to llvo in luxury yoar
after ytnr and not try to save.
ACKohlor butchered Monday. His
son, J P, assisted him.
Rov Carter stemmed tho tldo and
preached at tho hull church Sunday
evening icgardless of a long
Mr and Mrs Loroy Avers were tho
guests of Mrs A Fronk Monday.
Walter Wood delivered two heavy
draft horses to Moran Monday that
Gullett & Woods had sold to Piper,
tho rustling horso buyer from Ft Scott
who gets a load of horses wherover ho
goes after them If they aro to bo had.
Tho littlo orphan boy who camo to
Mr Curfman, has gono to W Parks to
stay for awhllo. Ho Is going to
school to Claud Stewart and Is a
. Mm. O. 1). Courtney, Correspondent
Jan 15 Born Thursday, Jan 10th to
Mr and Mi;s Wallls Lamb a lino nlno
Wo are sorry to report that Grand
pa Hull Is very seriously HI.
Miss Gertrude Wuircn and her
mother left for Urieh, Mo, last night
where Mr-. Warrcii will mako her
future homo. Miss Gertrude expects
to return hero andlresumoher millinery
businoss in tho spring.
Tho .suffers from grip In our town
aro numerous. Among tho number aro
Mr and Mrs Lou HniTman, Mrs Carl
Roynolds, Grandma Schwartz, Iono
Wyman, Fay Constnoy, Homer
Richardson and Mr and Mrs Ellis.
On Friday, Jan 11, tho death angol
visited tho homo of our friends Mr and
Mrs Charles Stump and boro to his
talr eternal homo tholr darling littlo
son James Earnest. Our heart goes
out in deopost sympathy to tho bereav
ed parents In tho loss of their only
child for wo know from sad experience
how desolato llfo Is when tho pattering
footstops uro still and tho music of tho
littlo voico Is hushed forover.
SOUTH MAPLE GHOVE AND CEN
CJeortto M. Lnsh.Koportcr
Jan 14 It is with sorrow that wo an
nounco tho death from paralysis of
our friend and noighbor J II Dayton
which occurred on tho 18th instant.
Ho was In tho 05th year of his ago.
Miss Ball, teacher of Central Ave
nuo, was In Iola Friday and Saturday
of last week attending tho county
school oxhlblt. Georgo and Roy
Lash also attended.
Emma Shorflold, who has been as
sisting Mrs D Ilurtnian with hor houso
work for tho past fow weeks, visited
homo folks last Sunday.
John Lassinan has returned homo
from Parsons whero ho wont to have
his oyo treated.
Dill Lassinan Is working for Mrs
C E Dayton. .
Ed Burson has been having a se
vere tussle with bilious fover tho past
weok. Ho Is somo bettor at present.
O TI Lash marketed hogs last Satur
day and recolved $4.00 per hundred.
How is that for hard times that tho
Bryanltcs prophesied would speedly
come If MoKinloy was olected.
Charlie Long of Kansas City, Mo.
horo visiting his brother-in-law, Ed
Jan 21 Wo uro having April woath
er now which would bo very en joy ablo
if It was not for tho fear of January
wbntuor In April.
Win Wood lost a valuablomaro last
Saturday morning, which broaks his
flno team of bays It is a heavy los
for Billy and wo aro sorry for him.
J IIHolcomb has roslgnod his posi
tion as trallo manager at tho cement
works and will dovoto his tlmo to his
Mrs Ilotteustoln and sou Arclilo
wont to Iola lastlSaturday to visit her
son Russol and wife. They returned
Ed But'soin Is convalescent but his
second boy, Perry, is very sick at
present with lung fovor.
Grandma Lassinan was very, sick
last weok, but Is roportcd bettor at
Ed Maxwell and family spent Sun
day with John Llndsoy and family.
Lou and Pcto Saving who nro drill
ing Propcct wolls at Mound City spont
Sunday and Monday with homo folks.
Two ofYo Scrlbo's littlo brothers
aro on tho sick list with grlppo.
Ed Bursom sold a filly to O II Lash
Thcro Is somo plowing bolng dono
Amos Knrns who has been working
for Mr Holcomb has moved to Iola.
Mondcnhall & Ilawloy havo finished
the deep water woll they woro drilling
for O II Lash. Thoy moved tholr rig
to Grandma Reynold's last Friday.
Mr Laury is working for Mr Hot
tenstlen. NORTH LOGAN?
Tlioi. Vim Nice, CorroHponilciil.
Jan. 22 Frank Utt and family aro
moving today to tho old Johnson farm
noar tho Onion Creek school house
which ho has tented for noxt season.
Mlnnio VanNloo spont Saturday
and Suntlay with her teacher Miss
Hall near Plqua.
Somo of tho neighbors uro plowing
Tho man that purchased tho Doo
Aitken farm has built a now barn.
Mr Arhucklo and family will start
to Oregon this week whero they in
tend to mako their future homo.
Sam Mollet and family will movo
into tholr houso vacated by Mr Utt
Wo understand Orln Klnnoy lias
moved on ono ofthoCulbortson farms.
About eighteen of tho neighbors with
their wives and mothers pleasantly
surprised Yo Scribe and family lust
Tuesday by bringing tholrdlnncrs and
chopping up his wood pllo. A kind
ness that will over bo remembered.
The Rest Prescription lor Mnhuiit
Chills and Fever Isa bottloof Guovn's
Tasti:li:ss Chill Tonic. It Is simp
ly Iron and qululno in a tastolcss
form. No cure no pay. Price GOc.
JohnTrcdw ny, Ileportcr.
Jon 22-A report comos from Emporia
of tho birth of a daughter to Mr and
Mrs Guy Tredway.
Mr Smock's who lived In tho Wallls
place havo moved to Bronson.
Edna Messinger and Edna Tredway
visited Bethel school Friday.
A A Tinker lias an old friend from
Ohio visiting him.
Thero Is a Gas City man going this
route on Tuesdays and Fridays, pay
ing cash for produce.
Mr Rumsoy and Mr Nash throshed
Nova Strout stayed a fow days with
Magglo Ramsay last weok.
Ida Plerson was sick with a cold
last week and missed school soveral
days. Joslo Weith also was sick and
did not return to school until Tues
F M Miller Is building a houso in
Bronson for Dwight Smock.
Mr Huddlck who moved on Mrs
Beubout's placo Is expecting to movo
to Montana in a short time.
Soveral of tho pupils went to Iola
to tako tho examination last Saturday
and found it was to bo February 2nd.
About llvo expect to tako It at that
Wo had a small oxhlblt In from our
school in tho county oxhlblt last week.
Of course Elm township took a ptio
In tho declamatory contest. Tho girl
from Lallnrpo took first placo Friday
Mr Ingram took a load of hogs to
Iola for J T Tredway.
Thero was no slcot at Garnett and
north Wednosday when wo had so
TO CURE A COM) IN ONE DAY
TakoLaxatlvo Bromo QuininuTublets.
All druggists rotund tho money If It
fails to euro. E. W. Grovo's slgna
turo Is on ouch box. 25c.
MIhs Hello Itojuolds Ktpnrtvr.
January 22 Mr Hall Is very sick. He
Mr and Mrs Russell, of Fair View,
visited at Mrs Roynolds Sunday night
Mr Cochrnns family uro all on tho
sick list except Lola.
Mr aud Mrs Sedloy Yount, of Har
mony, visited at Mr Jewells Sunday.
Born to Mr and Mrs Johnston Jan
11, a daughter.
Misses Graco Hamilton and Belle
Roynolds attended church at Cottago
Grovo Sunday aftornoon.
John Thunoy Is on tho sick list.
Mr. Irwin, of Dunlap, Kansas, was
in this vicinity tho first of tho weok
taking orders for tho Scdwlqk Nurs-
Ida M Kndlcolt reporter
Jan 21 First wo will toll of tho now
arrival'?. A new daughter was born
to Mr and Mrs D C Cunningham Jan
8. A littlo Inter the homoof Mr mid Mrs
Wlllonburg was gladdened by tho ar
rival of n now girl and slnco wo havo
learned that Jno Wlllhlto and wlfo
aro tho proud parents of a baby boy.
Wo havo not learned tho dnto of tho
latter two. All aro doing woll.
Our brotliet roporter, Frank Jack
sou, of Spring Branch mado us a
pleasant visit Saturday night and
Sunday. Mrs Jackson and daughter,
Miss Nollle, drove down Sunday
morning and spent tho day returning
In the evening.
Calvin Mooro and Richard Barracks
of Toronto, Woodson county, whilo
enrouto to Westphalia, mado It this
far Sunday evening and remained
over night at Mr Endlcotts.
Our teaehor, Miss Edith MeCarty,
spent Saturduy night and Sunday
with Miss Mac Plckell In Humboldt.
Robt Wlllhlto and family who sold
out and moved to Now York somo few
weeks agojandbeoauso dissatisfied with
the country mocd back to sunny
Kansas. Thoy arrived at Humboldt
Saturday and tiro at present visltltij.
rolatlvos in this part.
Crato Cunningham lias rented the
placo now occupied by U Hoiking for
tho coming spring.
Jno Simmons has recently purchas
ed a new horse.
Miss Lulu Smith and brother Robt,
drove out to Funston Saturday after
noon and remained over Sunday with
tholr cousins Carl aud Daisy Stono.
We seo In somonoighborhoods whero
thoy havo been having wolf hunts.
Wo guoss that thoy havo scared them
down this way as ono was seon in this
In last week's items Mrs Gullett,
tho Golden Vnlley reporter, mentioned
a wedding which took place within
hor borders, spoko of the wedding
feast and all concoruod at tho occas
ion but did not sny who tho bridal
paity woro. Wo wonder who thoy
Mrn. L. 11. llaelt
Jan 21 Travis Morso of Iola was In
Moran last week on legal business.
W S Samuel came hometo spend the
Sabbath with his family.
L A Long has moved into tho houso
recently occupied by P C Augustine.
Russol Young was qulto ill last
week but is much better now.
Mrs Ida Meador camo up from Pitts
burg last Thursday.
Arthur Jowoll went homo with
Walter Ross last Sunday tospend two
Miss Ida McGlashen went to Fort
Scott last Saturday to visit Mrs S C
Mr and Mrs Charles Ilosson drove
to Iola Monday to visit with relathos.
Miss Lou Vurner camo down from
Colony last Wednesday week and Is
visiting relatives hero.
Andrew Culboitson Is occupying tho
houso recently vacated by tho Fausts"
Eleven porsons Jreoolved on proba
tion in the M E church last Sabbath
Tho gentleman who was to lccturo
on temperance at tho Presbyterian
church last Tuesday evening week, for
somo reason failed to arrive, so thoso
who had gathered thero wenthomo dis
Tho Varners aro enjoying a visit
with their mother whoso homo is lu
Bushnell, 111. Sho spent a fortnight
with her son in Colony on her way
Tho grip has been very prevalent
and a list of thoso who havo sullered
with It would bo long. Thcro Jaro fow
families whero ono or moro havo not
been its victims.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AHE TAKING
When you tuko Grovo's Tustoless
Chill Tonic becauso the formula is
plainly printed on ovcry bottlo show
ing that It Is simply Iron and Quinine
In a tastolcss form. No Cure, No Pay.
II. ICIetJily, Correspondent
Jan 22 Mrs Rhoback who fell
broke her leg during tho sleet Is
Frank Lowo Is down with pneu
Stovo Bryant sold a span of mulos
a fow days ago for $250.
Mrs Hildobrant, John Cloud and
wlfo visited at Koithloy's Sunday.
Slucks uro baling liny for J Murphy
Uurnhart and Kuithloy hauled coal
from Piqua yostorday.
Mrs Geo Hlldnbrant, Mrs B Addlo
nuin and Mrs B Koilhloy wont to Iola
today to get two chairs for tho M U
church at 1'iquu.
W Lowo is Improving Irom his siek
uoss. Some person broko Into Nolman's
store at Piqua last Saturday night
shot his watch dog and escaped with
out leaving any oluo.
Lut us pattern aftor Jolm Darnhart
aud clean up tho boamblo along the
highways und seo tho Improvements.
Henry Slcka has mado qulto an Im
provement lu cutting his hedge oast of
Mr Kolthley has a sovoro cold this
Mr H .7 Heinle, C'onopondcnt
S B Skaggs was transacting bust-
noss in Iola Monday.
Clara Hairls spont Sunday with bur
friend, TAy..lo Sutton,
Mrs Mary Banna of Iola is visiting
rolatfvos In this vicinity this weok.
Wm Gillenwator matketed a curr
load of corn at Lallarno Monday uU
10 cents per bushel.
Jerry Bedell of Gas City pussett
through our streets Tuesday on Ills'
way homo from Kiucaid whero ho had
been on businoss.
A C Lovo returned homo from Kan
sas City whero ho has been for tho
past thrco weeks visiting his brother,
Wm Gillenwator is wearing a broad
smile over tho arrival of a daughtoi
who applied for board in his homo
Mrs Ona Glllcnwatcr returned homo.
Saturday ovening from Iola and La
Harpo whero sho has been tho last,
week visiting rolatlves.
Quito an Intoiost Is being manifested
In the soveral meetings at Wcsloy
Chapel conducted by Rev Mchl of
L A Brooks and wlfo of Wlnflold
visited ovor Sunday at tho Doty
homo, returning homo Monday via.
There is gieat rejoicing in tho Reed
home over the arrhul of a daughter
who took u)) her abodo thero on tho
15th. Joe Is passing tho cigars around
and says that now ho can surely "Ho-'
member tho Maluo "
Tho literary which was recently or
ganized at Rising Star Is lapidly
growing into prominence. Tho pro
gram on last Friday night consisted
of two debates, ono on tho insido and
ono on tho, outsldo of tho house.
Nora Stowurt, Correspondent
Jan 21 Literary was qulto woll at-
tended Friday night.
A ball giimo was played at Leanna
Saturday afternoon between Odenso
and Scotland, tho former winning by a.
score oT 15 to 7.
Wo noglected to mention In our last;
week's Items that Ben Davis and wife
and Miss Hamilton called at Ben Gib
son's January (l
Mabol Noyes Is visiting her slstor,
Mrs John Hollo.
Etta Jones visited yo scribo Satur
day aud Sunday.
Rov Ashbaugh preached a very abler
sormon Sunday. Miss Forest Jones
Tom Adams and wlfo called at My-
how Stewart's Sunday ovening.
Florcnco Hamilton returned homo
Cottago Grovo was quite well roprc-'
sented Thursday night at Harmony
but thoy did not have much literary.
A Topeka man lost a small opnL
stt out of his ring and went to tho
jowoler to have it replaced. Return
ing homo ho found tho lost set and,
putting It in his mouth for safo keop-
lug, hurried back to tho joweler's to
hao that set used Instead of tho now
opal. Rushing into tho store lie said:
'Say, I've found tho old sot, so don't
uso that now ono." Ho attempted to
remove tho stono from his mouth,
gavo a gulp, looked sheepish, anil
said: "I guoss you'll havo to usu
the now stono."
That man needed a bottlo of Dr.
Caldw oil's Syrup Pepsin. Sold by
Chas. B. Spencer it Co.
Mary Moore,, Reporter.
Jan 2.1 Our quarterly meeting will
bo hold horo Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Rov Vcslo will proach Saturday night
and Sunday morning.
Miss Harden, tho girl preacher, Is
conducting tho meeting hi tho nbsoueo.
of our preacher. Sho will remain
with us the coining week. Her ser
mons nro very interesting, also bone-
llclal. Come out and hear her.
Mrs Russinaii's mother who is visit
ing hero has the grip .
Gus Shucfor Is entertaining tho
Quite u number of tho Vnlley people
nttended church hoio Sundny night.
Come nguin. f
Mr Johnson's littlo boy has been
sick but is better at present.
Iluckllu'ri Arnica Salvo
Has world-wido faino for marvel
lous euros. It surpassos any other
salvo, lotion, ointment or balm for
Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bolls, Sores,
Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rhoum,
Fovor Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin
Eruptions; lufallblo for Piles. Curo
guaranteed. Only 25e at Evans Bro's.
VrimU Jackson, roporter
Jan 22 Tom Ai derson shipped llvo
carloads of fat cattloto Chicago Satur
day. 'Chris Colgln nnd Joo Eastwood
went with them.
Itoport of Spring Branch school for
month ending Jan 18. ,Numbor of
pupils onrolled 20. Avorago attond
anco 10. Thoso nolthor absont nor
tardy woro Howard Hardy, Ollio and
Anna Clark, Georgo Green and Vlah
Dolgarno. Casos of turdlnoss .1.
Frank Dolp nnd Will Hardin aro
working for Frank Fraso.
Georgo Burns was In this part on
Mr Rubls Is building uu addition to
sraMLM35. . zirw.