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"NION MADt I
A large number of peop'o nttond
cd tho floating theater at Gilliam
and at Waverly.
R. E. Vaughn and wife, of C.o.f
feyvllle, Kansas, arc visit! ig .his"
mother, Mrs. M. McRoynolds.
Al Webb visited in Warrensburg
last week and attended tho Scda
Sir. and Mrs. John Plattner were
visiting in Marflhcll and also at
tended tho Sodalla fair last week.
The entertainment given by the
young people of the Christian
Sunday School was well attended.
Tho program was appreciated by
the largo audience.
W. C. T. U. will meet at Baptist
church Wednesday afternoon, Oct.
Mrs. Bell Wcddlc is the guest of
Mrs. Nettle Kllnger near Marshall
R. Hoover is very sick. Little
Mary Weddle daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Weddle Is also sick.
Miss Ira Bell of Mnrslull spent
Saturday and Sunday with her
sister, Miss Lemon, who Is prim
ary teacher hero.
A. K. Riley, D. Woddie and C.
Gorman left Wednesday via of
Blackburn on the excursion train
to Springfield, III., to attend the
state fair at that place. iMr. and
Mrs. Joe Plattner arc also there.
Mrs. Janes at Nelson spent Sat
urdny and Sunday with her rela
There is such tin abundant yield J
of apples in tins locality that the
price is very low. But not so low
but that a person could mako n
profit on nny orchard here. .Mrs.
Jennie Riley has an orchard near
town here that would amount to
n neat little sum if properly hand
led. A nice variety of apples.
Any person wishing for Informa
tion and who would wiih a bar
gain in apples call on or phone
to Lute Reynolds, terms reason
able. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Muer Of An
derson county nro visiting Mr
nnd Mr. C. L. Humphreys- this
W. Taylor nnd wife announce
tho arrival ofa bcty, 'Oct 3rd.
Dr. E. Walker was in Marshall
Thursday visiting R. Holloway,
who Is very sick.
Miss Kate Fletcher of Blosscr
was the guest of 'Misses Janlc and
homo Saturday accompnn
led by both tho young Indies.
Cole's Original Hot Blast
Heater is Gauranteed
To' save one-third in fuel over any lower draft stove
of same size, using soft coal, slack or lignite.
To hold fire from Saturday night to Monday morn
ing with soft or hard coal.
That rooms can be heated "one to two hours mornings
with fuel put in the evening before. ;
That the feed door is smoke and dust proof.
That the anti-puffing draft will prevent puffing
That every stove will remain always air tight.
No other stove does this.
Price $12.00 and up, according to size and finish.
Right NOW is the time to decide and select the size
you should have. Come in while the line is complete.
Special attention given to all orders for stove repairs
Huff -Proctor Hardware & Furniture Co.
West Side Square,
Louis Bohlken and .family of Oil
Ham spent Sunday with Gus Thlcr
feldef and family.
O. C. Huff of Kansas City spent a
few days last week In this vicinity.
Otto Blum shipped a car load of
hogs to St. Louis last week.
Among those from this neighbor
hood who attended -the State Fair
al Sedalla were Ott Richardson f
and wife, D.. E. McCormlck and
wife, Jas. Schmttt and wife and L.
Relsachcr and wife.
Miss Viola Jones of Slater spent
Sunday at the home of W. E.WJll-
C. D. Alklro of Tacomi, Wash.,
arrived here Last Thursday and
will visit relatives and friends for
a few days.
D. T. Sydenstrlckcr is in Kansas
City this week
The infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
V. E. Grimes died Friday of pneu-
monln. The funeral was held at
the house at 12.33 Saturday nfter-
noon nnd the remains were taken
to Marshall and Interred in tho
city cemetery. We extend our
sympathy to the bereaved parents. j
August Schmidt of Mascoutah, 111
and Miss Sophia Zimmerman of I
near here were united in marriage'
nt the Lutheran church Tuesday by
Several near here cxp2t to at
tend the fair at Springfield, III,
Dr. W. L. Sharp left last Tuesday
for Minneapolis, Minnesota to sec
his folks and returned Sunday. lie
says corn Is fine in Minnesota and
everything Is lovely.
Joe Glgger and Fred. Detmcr nnd
family, T. M. Elder and family, Hen
ry Thornton, Fritz Wclhr., Dan Ehl
'er and Frank KIso attended the
I Missouri State Fair at Seda'la last
I Most everybody attended the
Slater fair from this community
and say it certainly was fine.
I Tom Jackson and Mr. Ob:!cn late
ly have been catching lots of fish
I and last Friday had to get Mr.
' Burnett with his team and wagon
to haul the fish In ns theyhad five
very large ones. They really were
like fat liogs and all were caught
with hook and lines.
i Guy Walker who has been work
ing for Ehlcrs for si long
We Sell the
Best $1 Glove
in the world,
for Oklahoma last week where his
mother, Mrs. Walker lives. We
wish him success.
School is going on nicely.
Protracted meeting is still going
on and up to Monday there were
22 additions to tho church. Every
body should hear Rev. TIerndon.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOU BY DRUGGISTS EVERVMEf
Miss Beulnh Johnson Is visiting
relatives in Slater at this writing.
L. D. Dulaney and wife returned
home Wednesday from n visit to
Sedalla and Mobcrly.
Quite n number from this placo
attended tho fair at Sedalla last
Will Fowler and Charley John
son of Slater spent Saturday at
the home of E. W. Fowler.
Miss Florence Herrmann return
ed home Tuesday from Bosworth
where she spent the summer with
Lloyd Kemper and family visited
time left James Kemper near Slater Sunday.
NORTH GRAND PASS
Services were conducted nt As
bury Chapel last Sunday night
and the newly organized choir rcn
derod. several appropriate selections,
Fred Blesemelcr happened to a
very painful nccldont last Mon
day morning. Ho was thrown off
his horse and tlisloatod his left
H. J. Stclnholmor nnd llttlo son,
of Marshall were gathering apples
1 here last weokl ,
Miss Mary Young of Kansaa
City la spending har -vacation with
her mothor, Mrs- n. V. Hicks.
Miss AUco Burnett of Waverly,
visited her sinter, Miss Naom', at'
tho home of Mrs, B. O, Oliver last
Rev. Schultte, of Lexington, tho
newly, appointed pastor of tho
Episcopal Lutheran church, of
Grand Pass wtas calling on his
memfbers in this vicinity last Mon
duyi, Jt'obt. Raines and family wero
spending several days with their
daughter, Mrs. Ohio Morris, of
Frank Young's horse became
'frightened last Saturday at n
passing auto. His sister escaped
Injuries. Ty Jumping but the buggy
was demolished and Frank -bruised
considerably. .Luther Ford 'hap
pened to the same accident on
Sunday but fortunately without
Mrs. E. Brltton, returned from
a ..visit with relatival .In Kansas
and is with har son, P. H.,Rlt
chart and family.
$ew reached friends ,in this
neighborhood announcing the
birth of a man to Mr, and Mrs.
yftbw .Taylor of South Grand
Jms, .Mqther and babe doing
nicely. ' "
The nljj'ojrp jj.wheat hasntf
pome un Vet arid ta. ood rain
ws'mi 1 .
Sedalla returned home Saturday
after n short visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. C. Markham.
Mrs. Hugo Stolberg and baby
and Miss DOra" Harris spent Sun
day with their paeonts D. M. Har
ris and family.
T. C. Markham has sold his farm
to Mr. Rlstler of Houstonla nnd', T.
will move the later part of next
week. Mr. Markham and, family
will move to noustonia.
Mrs. Anna Larue spent Saturday
night with D, M. Harris and fam
ily. Mrs. Cole of Illinois nnd Mrs,
Heckwolf nnd two children of St.
Louis are visiting Aug Katlender
and family at this writing.
C. N. LaughUn and Mrs, John
Dlerklng are on tho sick list this
Mrs. narry Carmean and baby
and Miss Myrtle Carmean spent
Monday with J. n. Coulter and
John Knott, Walter Larue and
Will Katlender drove to nodge
Tuesday after apples.
Mrs. James Baker an'd children
visited Sunday with hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ross.
Mrs. Will Hnmtl nnd children of Multn Bend.
Shnckelford visited friends In Mt. Mrs. E. K. Evans and sister Missl
Leonard Sunday. Lindsay of Marshall sjent Sunday
Willie Barnes nnd Charlie Ross with their cousin Dr. Tuttle nnd I
called on menus in Jlnwn.Ul sun- ftimlly "
uay- Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Smith nttend-
Judson Brlghtwell of Mnrshall, cd the funeral Monday of Mr. and
visited his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Mrs .Houston's baby.
Brlghtwell Sundny. Mrs. Humphrey Lynch of north
Among those from here who of town was the guest Sunday of
attended tho Stato Fair were Mrs. Lemmon.
Misses Lee Lawless, Kathleen Kel- Mr. Johnson of Knnsns City, was'
lett, Mrs. Joe Robertson nnd spns, the guest Monday night of Mr.
Geo. and Joe, Albert Baker, Dean ftnd Mm. Phil Kellett.
and Salllo Oquest. t Mrs. Will Lynch of Sedalla visit-1
Miss Kathleen Kellett was a Mar cd tho latter part of tho week I
shall visitor Thursday. with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas '
Mrs. R. T. Brlghtwell visited rel- Welch. ,
ntlvea tho later part of tho week Miss Qertrudo Lynch was n Mar-'
in Slater. shall visitor last woalc,
Chas, Paul and wife and. Mm. R.
B. Corts made a flying trip Sunday
to Swoct Springs in iMr. Paul's new
Mrs. James Sweeney and
John visited their parents
grand parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Bayers of Malta Bend
ed his son this week.
son air. nnu Mm. E. G. Kitchen of I
and, Miami spent Saturday night with'
Matt John Noble and family.
Dan. Porter was visiting at the
visit-. Murksbury homo last week.
mjohn Schley is very busy at this
The W. C; T. U. ladles motwlth writing hauling wood and. he has '
Mm. Geo. Wright last Tuesday. I pt t'mo to talk, to anybody. i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Rnnsberg- "Jacob Mull was in this nclghbor-
er visited Sunday with the latters , hood Thursday.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fulton of
NEW HOME, i i
t . It
$12 Set of Onyx Granite-
ware, Given Away!
Beginning Saturday morning.
Oct, 12th, we will place on sale
800 pieces of the famous Onyx Ware
,at extremely low
With every I Oc purchase of, this
wareyou get a chance on a '$12;
3Q piece, kitchen set free.
Mr. and Mm, Archlo Morris of
ML Olivo spont Saturday night at
Mr. and Mm. Tom Lewis'.
Jim Marks of Marshall was drlv-.
ing In the vicinity Friday morning
rm. i 1-1 ,. . i . . .
Am.- uujij jiuura uruunu wants 10
finish sowing wheat thh week.
' Mr. and Mm. Frank Sadewhlte,
Mr. and Mrs. Tpm Lewis and their
daughter, Fern Dell;- Mr. nnd Mrs.
'Pete Sadewhlte, Mr. and Mm.
George Price, iMr. and Mrs. J. K.
Lewis and daughter, Miss Ha.were
'dinner guests at Jim Lewis' and
' family Sunday and .Mr. Walter
Wade and Will Moore spent the
I Frank Peterson of the Neff
'neighborhood took dinner Satur
day at J. W. Caldwell's.
1 John Noble 'and family, Mr. and
Mis. E. G. Kitchen were Sunday
1 truests at tho home of Fred na
'Edward and Harry Caldwell vial
Ued Sunday afternoon with Forest
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