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Ml lllMiiiuuXr-McMO MtjaWHll I nfct Sunday with S.I Mr. and Mm. Beryl
" rlf Townsend and family. I pawed through onr bW-..
Raymond Casebolt returned Sat
urday evening . from a visit tohii
'brother, Ed, who lives In North
M1m Elizabeth Cochran of Mar
shall was the guest of Mrs. E. E.
Jennings last Saturday and Sun
day. Master George Royar is ill with
malaria at the home of hls'grand
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Walden.
Air. and Mrs. Eli Rosenthal of
Slater were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Isaac Saturday and Sun
day. and attended the Wonderland
ehow Saturday night
During the performance Satur
day night on the show boat an
electric fan fell from its place and
struck little Louise Grady on the
head. Nothing serious however
Miss Annie Noonan, a former
Miami girl but now of Excellslor
Springs Is visiting her many re
A. P. Bla'hop was n business
Visitor at tho county scat Friday.
Tho steamer Chester passed thru
hero Saturday evening but didn't
Akors Todd, a well known stock
trader had the misfortune to lose
20 valuable horses by disease in
Moberly during tho summer.
Vlven Mathlngly of Hannibal
Sundayed with his homotolks here
Master Dennett Bishop is con-'
lined to Mi bod with an Injured
thigh. Ho sustained a bruise or
.strain In playing and as a result
an abcess of a very painful na
ture Is forming.
Paw-paws, pecans, persimmons
and poara scorn to be the most
plentiful of the products this au
tumn. It la reported that Sam Gaines,
a well known colored man, has re
cently diod at his home in Carroll
ton. Particulars 'at tWs time
Jiavo not been heard only that he
' died suddenly.
) Tho Wonderland show boat ar-
'xlved hero on last Saturday morn
ing and as usual tho ticket seller
was kopt busy soiling tickets all
day anjd until performance time
that evening. "My Jim" was tho
laughahlo play that was put on
tho atago and many good Judge's
'pronounced It the best that was
over shown by Cooly and- Thorn,
the managers. The boat will re
turn and show here on tho 21st
of this month and will have as Its
play, "In the Heart of Kentucky"
Mrs. Evorctto Fulton accompan
lcd'her daughter to Uio Fair at
Sedalla last Wednesday.
, Mrs. Ras Williams and baby
came over from Marshall laat
Wednesday evening for a visit to
her grandmother Mrs. Klnnamon.
. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and
,Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson went to
t'Sodalla larft Tuesday in Mr. Drowns
Mrs. Walker Morton and Edith
' .England were shopping in Marshall
" tost Wednesday.
E. F. Ourry attended Iho Fair at
Sedalla aovoral days last week.
Mrs Clara Dlosser and little son
'-Louie returned' home from; a sev
eral weeks visit with relatives Jn
Kansas. v .
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Blackburn
'were at the fair at Sedalla several
days laat week.
Mrs. Ethol Thornton and daugh
ter, Miss Leah ana Miss Edna Crum
were shopping In Marshall Satur-
Frank Melnorshagan was among
those that attended the Fair at So
dalla several days last week.
h air, ana airs. Joe Deckard were
'transacting business in Marshall
There was a'cano loft at the
homo of Mrs. 'Blossor at tho timo
of Mr.VBloaser's death. The owner
may havve It by calling for it.
.Mr? and Mrs,. Herbert Rrfnsberg-
l w of Mti Leonard were guests Sun
TAT . . 'mm1 w . .
aay or mra. nansDergers parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Everett Fulton.
Tin. Hwltzni nt MnfcVinll wji'lmm
actln'g'buslness, in Malta "Bertd last
- Mr. md Mrs.; Fulkerson and
daughter, of .Salt.Swlnirs attended
H cWureh at tbMkBi'Church sun
si' aw '; ..
The hiflrhest oaid tailors in Aiher-
ica wofk in the Wooltefc factory
The larivat, alrlral, lUMrat, tnoal aant
tarr aleak workahop In all tho world.
- 'MwvlNky of Mayview
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The Woollex tailoring staff is
made up of trained and picked ex
perts. Nearly thirty years have been
spent in gelling this high-class organ
They work under thebesl condi
tions known to the garment trade in
America. They have
the most beautiful
factory that has ever
been built for the
manufacture ,of wo
and facility is sup
plied, and they are
themselves, as a wholef the highest
paid organizationof garment workers
in the United States'. "
The productions of a staff of
workers like these, working under the
pleasant surroundingsafforded by the
Wooltex factory, are naturally hjgh
jelass. The critics or "inspectors" of
$16.50 to 845.
Thl Ubl onorwry Wooltex gtrtntnt
Wooltex work arc very rigid in their
examination. They devote their time
to the correction of both large and
small details the finish of a seam,
the placing of a button, the perfecting
of a line here and a slope there.
This is one great reason for the
supremacy of Wool
tex garments in fin
ish and fit.
They arc pro
ducts of highly paid
ed and revised by
and that is why you
note the bigdiffcrcncc
in a Wooltex gar'metW after you have
worn it a few months.
It stays good looking.
A new collection of beautiful fall
Wooltex models has just arrived.
Come and see them. See how well
they'll look on you. Sold only in
$25 to $40
The Store That Sells Wooltex
Napton spent Sunday with
Townsend and family.
Andy Brownlee and wife spent
Sunday at the home of the latter
parents, Rhoadcs Marshall and
Miss Mabel Townsend is attend
ing tho protracted meeting at Con
cprd and has! united with that
Miss Eula Phillips Is the guest
of Miss Blanch Townsend.
Mrs. Sue Staples was an all day
guest of Mrs. Andy Brownlca. on
Mrs. John Darby nnd daughter,
Miss Helen, and niece, Miss Ruth
Dillon, were calling on Mrs. Vic
Townsend and family Friday.
N. S. Townsend was a dinner
guest of Everett Townsend Sun
F. R. Dysart was visiting Tom
Monroe Wilkerson and sons hav
been busy, the past two weeks
making cane syrup and it is the
beat we haw ever tasted.
Mra. R. A. Powell has returned
to her hofmc at Boonvlllc after
spending a week with Mrs. Vic
8. Barnett of near Marshall
and family were the guests of
Monroe cWilkerson and family
from Saturday until Monday re
turning home Monday morning.
Quite a number from here at
tended services at Concord Sun
Our farmers .arc about through
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Claycomb vis
ited J. M. Walker and family Sun
day. Mrs. C. C. Hansbro returned from
Pueblo Colo., last Tuesday.
Mr. and' Mrs, Davo Orecr, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Lauor, Mr. and Mri. Jake
Lauer and 'W. L. Rcld were tho
guests of Frank Hess and wife Sun
Nearly every1 family in this neigh
borhood Was represented nt the
State Fair, at Sedalla last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dotson Oauldln of
Slater were the guests of Mrs. E.
O. Wltcher last Friday.
Leslie Johnson made a bunlncss
trip to Marshall Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eubank visit
ed the latter' parents Mr. and Mrs
E. H. Merry tho last of the week.
Ing tho Baptist College at Lexing
ton visited her mother and family
several days List week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hozeu were
tho guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
r aAu LMaaaiaBBB
Deal Reynolds who spent the
past 13 years in ' California arrived
last Monday and js visiting his
mother at the home of Dr. Mc-
Earl Haaemelor Is a jdow pupil
In the high school.
C. B. Klbler of Marshall was at
tending to business horo tho first
of the week. -
A good rain Is badly needed In
this section as a number of peo
ple are practically without water.
W. n. Fonwick was i'Islting his
friends here the first ,of tho week.
Mrs. W, P. Watts of St. Louis
visited relatives ho re several days
T, ft. Dickson and wife moved
Wednesday into tho Klblor prop
erty where they will live this" win
ter, Mrs. Julius Reith and Misses
Emma Ronalck nnd Pearl NlfAielcr
were shopping In tqwn'Tuesday
Meadames B, L. Thompson and
Dave) Green of near fcown were
shopping here Tuesday morning.
Dr. McGulreVand wife attended
the ''Sedalla Fa'ir Tuesday.
Mrs. Parlleo Bingham entertain
ed several of her friends at dinner
Tuesday. Among them were Mrs.
SaUie Townsend, Dick Thorp and
family, of Nelson, Mra. W. P. Watts
g Stouls, Mrs. 'B. F., Townsend,
waiter Mxiwnsena ana, wue, rrom
ter showed at! our wharf Tuesday
n4gnt,on, k wi'yup theiiver. t
.JyPggs Yjant'to-lCtiMM City
ffiwsngW'RaJaMer maeKlN?. '
:MiPa0Pjjiree IHnghaW . Harold
TuVley ftisd wU- were' shopping
0rKn jifeyHoHt'and ; wlf ,1teBry
Mia&?wU,am ' daufWtr,MIss
L. C. Swlnney and daughtcr,MIss
Mary, were among tho crowd In
J. W. Amlck went to Howard
county Sunduy to visit relatives.
Mrs, Eliza Reynolds and son,
Deal, and Dr. McQuIro and family
were visiting Sam Fisher and fam
ily Sunday at Glasgow.
Cary Diggs arrived from Okla
homa last week and ho and sister
Mrs, Lou Polndexter will soon go,'
,to housekeeping hero.
ence Winkler Monday and Tues
day. Arch Qoodloe and wife were nt
tho county seat Thursday.
Several from this vicinity at
tended the floating theater at Ar
row Rock Tuesday.
May Qoodloe vlsltod with her
grandmother the latter part of
Earl llascmcicr Is attending the
high school at Arrow Rock thld
.. 8. J. Gibson, Davo and Archie
SOU1H GKOVfc. Qoodloe, Qlen Townsend attended
MIbs Maggie McQlnnls was shop the Wild Bill show In Boonvlllo
ping In Sweet Springs Friday. . Saturday.
Mrs. John Burchers. Mrs. Sims. Mrfa. Barbara Hlllon was the
Miss Birdie Sims, Misses Florence of Mra. Philip Qoctz In Ar-
and Amy Plttman and Mrs. Je'f row Rock Friday,
Fisher were visitors at Lewis Van Eva Wilkerson of Marshall, is
Buskirk's Saturday. ' visiting with her cousin, Stella
Mrs. Homer Allen and Mrs. Elm- Scott at this writing.
cr Ballard visited relatives .near Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Niemeler, of
Cretcher Tuesday. t Marshall, Henry Niemeler, wife
I Mrs Edward Blakely spent the and daughter and Clyde Sims wero
da nt Isaac Staf fords Satun- dinner guests or Mr. anu Mrs. Ju
day, lius Rclth Sunday.
, Grandma Tuck returned to her Lewis Hasemcler and wife visit
home in Sweet Springs after spend ln Slater Saturday ami Sunday
inw vnrai urPir...tii, nn. Oeorge and August Niemeler re-
ncmuai turned home from Sedalla Friday
Mm Pmnk Tnok. Mrs. Li. Vnn' "where they nttonded tho fair,
Buaklrk and P. E. Plttman andT K&te Swlnney was the guest of
rtniiffhtor wene vUitora t T?d siorrts weanesaay nignt.
ninkMvs Inst week. I Mrs, Joe Thorp and children,
Jeff Smith and wifo Wo Mnn. Mrs. Fred Zwally and children
nlnir In Marshall Thursdiv, guests of Mrs. Julius Relth
.Trvhn flnrrlBfin nnfl f.imllv worn Thursday.
Sunday visitors at Lewis YanBus- , Pcar Niemeler returned to her
ltirW Rundav home In Marshall 8unday after a
Henry Krontke and wife. visited ww?ka vUIt wlth hor 8,8ter and
JL' t tt a brothers
,,av 'Phil Reynolds and family, JuHa
Hugh McQlnnls and Mrs. Ella L ,
Norman attended tha fair at Se- wth Mr. Reynolds, brother In Ml-
dalia a few dava last week. .ami ounuay, ,
Joe Stafford ondi wife vlslled;
relatives In Sweet Springs . Satur
day. , 'Mrs. Henry Mackler. of Sweet
Springs ' visited at Sam Sim's )ast
' P., 8i VanBdsktrk and family Vis
ited relatlvves near Salt PoiidSun-
Miss Maymo Dlerking and Mr.
Cold of Malb Bend visited with
MrV and Mra. Earnest Odell.
Enna, Ron sick and Pearl. Nle-
jtieier 'lltd with .Mrs. Joe Tjhorp
! -K BKUWINLtt.
1 DrRb-bert Raasley. and wife: of Ar
dfitrow'iMook pn.t the; day with
tKslr'.da.whter. Mrs:, Llovd Wiikr.
of' Mnnnville. 81H1 TUHIcklV ' ' '
yWid :'wttV.hrItep, Mrs.1 Clem j Aihby, Connet 'and" KnMyi joji
Mrs, Anna Ne'.f
Quite n number from this vicin
ity attended the State Fair last
G. B. Losloy left horo Sunday en-
route to Springfield, III., where he
expects to attend the fair a few
Luther Donnls of Arkansas is
visiting friends nnd relatives here.
L. C. Dennis has gono to Ken
tucky to visit old friends and
Mr. and Mrs.
passed through onr
J. Wk Taylor and family
Mrs. Esther Plttman spent Sunday
at Jas. Johnsons
R. D, Lasley transacted business
in Marshall Monday.
Those from Woodson who attend
ed the State- Pair this week were
as follows : C. W. Bogart, Will and
Charley Trecce, Judge Force, wife
and daughter, Minnie and son, Ira,
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Zeigel and the
hitter's sister, Miss Frances Scott.
They all report a good time while
there and tho fair -a success.
Mrs. Johnny Postlcwaitc of Kan
sas City and sister-in-law, Mrs.
Bess Seller's of Marshall were call
era on Mrs. Jamos Scott Sr., Wednesday.
The fnrmers are Very busy this
week sowing wheat and cutting
corn. Some cane is being made up
into some fine molasses.
Mrs. A. J, West was in Marshall
J. F. Brumblo nnd wife were bus
iness callers In Slater Wednesday.
Mrs. Eddie Brown visited her fath
or In Brownlee Friday.
Lindsay Hnl! was t Marshall vis
Wick Davis was in Hardeman Sat
Miss Kathryn Ellis visited rela
tives In Marshall Saturday nnd
Mrs. Ed Brown was shopping In
Arrow .Rock Thursday.
Trave Spcncdr called on his
Mrs. Henry Meyer visited Mrs.
Wick Davis Thursday.
Letcher Odell was in Slater last
Llnwood Brown called in Slater
Several from here nttonded
church at Concord Sunday night.
Al Doblns wns In this vicinity
Mrs. J. IC. Cole, or Danville, III.,
and Mrs. Edwin Heskwolf of St.
Louis with her two. daughters,
Misses Edwina and Margaret are
visiting Mrs. Cole's mothor, Mrs.
Katlander of Sweet Springs.
New Brick Building
P. H. Rea Implement Co., Mon
day began the erection of a big
brick building on their lots on S.
Jefferson, ndjolnlng their present
building to the south. Tho build
ing is to bo two stories and 60x
120 feet ground space. Rose Bros.
are doing tho work.
W. II. Newell says he has a fine
lot of good clover liny for sale.
This is an attractive
appealing to the up-to-date
It has the stylish
"snap and go" that
is becoming to the
business man and
Our big stock
It includes every
type and style of
coat light coats,
heavy coats, ulst
belted effects, etc.
Hie new fabrics, plain and fancy,
are especially pleasing. We pro
tect you and the reputation of this store by handling only
vgood value garments which will give good wear and
Adler's Collegian Clothes
These well known clothes, auits and overcoats sell at'
from $15 to $35, and are tht standard of good drees and.
good wear everywhere.