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Friday, JanuaVy 24, iDli
THE BIG 13 DAY SALE
Started Saturday, Jan. 18, and Ends Saturday, Feb. 1st.
All the people know what it means to them when we put on these
BigSales. They don't come often but when they do come the peo
pie come. They come the first day; they come every day. Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats, Everything goes during these Big 13
Days of low price fast selling.
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Our Minml people inoy bo bless
ed with nn Ico harvest vet, though
the spring birds havo boon plenti
ful In our vicinity for a week or,
Glonwood, Iowa, vlBltlng will start
home, She dislikes to mnkochang
cs after Retting off the trnln at
Miami Bla. and wants to bo seated
In a close carriage and 'driven
Sunday night however the ' "ro.w. tho Carroll bottom, over th.c
north wind visited us with a fury
and was accompanied by snow and
ice bridge homo. Our live ry
O. C. Chllcott will watch for
suffering from n bad cold.
Lester Harlng spent tho first of
last week In Columbia, Mo.
Chas. Shepard wai transacting
business In 8lotcr last Wednesday.
John Hocnor was shopping In
man Mnrhall last Saturday.
lids. Miss Opal Nothorton who has
and was accompnnloa by snow aim . ," " " i ",,on vi,ul . .' , ,7 . i
Bleot, all of which reminds us that condition and Inform Mrs. Royar been visiting In thli neighborhood
wo arc to havo much winter yet. who .none can be thus accomodat- returned to her sisters', Mrs. Rlch-
fH,AM wns milto a feathering of cd' nrd Huff of Sinter.
MIsr Ruth Chlswoll's schoolmates
and frlonda at her homo on last
Friday evening Jan. 17 to help eel-
I 1 i nil. . . I 1
furnio nor mm uiruuiny.
Tho Ruppalco farm Is now
property of R. L. Jenkins, ho, hav
ing recently purchased It for tho
Bum of olovon hundred dollars.
Wc are rojolclng over tho fact, it will bo appreciated very much
that our dear brother A. L. liennct if thoso that havo Eccurcd votoBon
who haa been so critically ill al tho Piano Contest, would kindly
tho Hotel noxoy In Mexico, Mo.,' PiVo them to the D. Y. P. U. of
t,ic Is Improving nicely. Ho wai strlck this place. Chaa. Shopard or D.F.
en wiuj paralysis iwo wcckh ago Lewollcn will take charga 01 worn,
and at one time tho roport waai u i understood that Mrs. Sarah
out In Mexico thut he was dond, Field has Bold her proporty to tho
Lester Fenwlck and Anm Hern
don returned from a few days vis
It with relatives in and near Black
Little Francis Hoa'r'g'it halo?n
sick the pait few days but la bet
ter at this writing.
J. T. Shclton made his regular
Sunday drive over tho muddy
roads to Norton Sundny.
Rev. Thomas preached at
lug on Clcmencs Winkler nnd fam
Earlle Mooic, wife and 1'a g t r,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mooro, P. S.
Reynolds nnd family were dinn?r
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lum Gib
Lucy Dowden and Ktnol ElUs
were calling at the store Saturday.
Mrs. Loyd French and Eliznb th
Harrison wore gmsts of M-s. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nlemcler
1 surprised their daughter, Marie,
Dave Orcen and family moved
Inst Tuesday Into tho property of
Watson Dlggs on tho corner of
Main and 7th street.
Will Hcuman of tho country was
trading hero Wednesday.
Lclnnd Orcen camo In Wednei
day nnd spent, tho day nt his son,
Fred Dlerbauro nnd wife, of near
Concord wcro shopping and call
ing In town Friday.
There Is considerable Ico tunilnj
J:"," , n: X:. :;' and an Editor friend wrote his
r ob tunry, but before It was printed
Ocraldlno Ib now convclcsccut nf- , , ., . , , ... i -
1 u .. ...i t ..i. found tho patient had ralllod from
tor having along selge of stomach ,..
troublo and boforo that nvory sore '" '
arm caused from a fall.
Price Rodgcrn who was operated
on not long ago, having a part of
a foot amputated from being froz
en, Ib doing well and can sit up
some and would try to got up, It
his physician would permit.
Miss Kelly Dlshop says, alio Is
having more good luck than she
deserves, in the way of getting
handsomo 'pn.'sentts. 'On Now
Year's day sho received from a
Wm. Hentin. JfBift Wimple. Trim
Davis, nnd Raymond Cnsobolt are'
working for tho position as Miami
postmaster. Each gentleman has
much encouragement from his
multitude of friends. Time, how
'over will tell who the victor will
Rov. 0. W. Peterson prenched
hero Sunday morning and Sundny
Mlsfl Olllo Houmnn was the guest
of Mlsa Hannah Hocnor Sunday.
Mlau Howe niter spending
box of handkerchiefs and gloves I Soba8tlan' "turned to her
innfl In rrnlfl lilflrlnn In n flnrrnr
.J - .i i .i -i
V H glUIVl 4ll UVIM Willi IUUIU
to her January Joys, n diamond bar
pin was sent her from a friend at
Dick naynlo will probnbly go to
Ennls Texas to embark in business
for ho has sold out his hardware
intorest In Wlb Uurns store to
"Unclo Jimmy" Allon. Mr. Aliens'
son haa lately coma to Miami and
will tako chargo of his part of
John Stbloy will probably move
to to;wn to llvo about March 1st,
as ho has recently Bold his farm to
Lent Jenkins for a largo sum. This
la one of tho nicest farms known
unywhero near Minml.
Tho passengers on tha four
o'clock Wabash train bound for
the east on last Sunday evening on
loyod qiiilto n novel treat, A thcat.
rlqal band of porformors and mu
niclans, wore on board and got
at Nolaon Inst Thursday
panlcd by Mm. Sebast'nn.
MIbscb Ethei Nelson and
tie Gilchrist Svoro guests of
Uvea and frlonds nt Orand
Boveral days last week.
Fred' Anderson hnd wife,
Profflt and Cluirlio Demosa
last week with relatives In
C PLEASANT VALLEY
Marlon Ooodfellow of KnnHas
City haa returned home after an
extended visit hero- with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott spent
several daya last
lattera sinter Mra. J,
Mrs. J. M. Dennis spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. J. E. Rether
ford. There were "Pleasant callers" on
the students Inst Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Holden spent
Pass ' several dnya wlfli 'friendB nnd rel
ativoa noar Longwooii last wock.
Mra. J. M. DonnlH Bpont Thursday
with Mrs. I. J. Holden.
Roso and Maude Dennis spent
Sunday with Hester Rotherford.
Homo Sunday morning nnd oven-; ;,n(,ny' H be,"s hop 'th JIrtla"- In the river at this writing.
Ing. Thosc Prcflcnt were Pearlln East- Look out or t,,0 Electr,(
A1l,nr irnllnniWri.tiirni.il home "'". l' fcd Mrr.8, CorOnO r().
on Thursday of lait week after nnd Mnrgnret Hill
uclle Scott. Re-
1 freshments of cream, fruits and
spending several months In Den- ,l'r' "" U"L'
vllle, III. Ho also had quite n meler, and Nellie Li:
i.r...n ,.t uinn. n nf i.i. ' freshments of crean
limbs hurt but is able to walk on cakea were served The It I? fo ks
It again reported n good time.
x xr,. Pi.j. i..mnmnil iIlss Minnie Lefalvre entertained
mother, Mrs. A. K. Lemon, Mr. and ot her friend Saturday
Mra. J. H. Fordham were Sundny . "'Bht. Those pre'ont wcrJ George
J. S. Hoggo was transacting bust
ness last week In Kansas City.
F. O. Shephard is In Columbia
this week visiting relatives and at
tending Farmers week,
Tom Sims nnd wife, who spent
Saturday and Sunday with W. S.
Shcmwcll nnd family, roturned to
their home at Old Lamlnc Sunday
guosts of D. M. Harris nnd fnmlly , " ,Soner' , C1'ac afternoon, nccompanled by Ralph
Mrs. Lula Mencgall apent Sun- S'm8' nu",!, McCJoln. Douglas An- shomwell, who will bo their guest
day with her homofolks. Mrs. A, "craw" "n"T "'enu, u
I. Roager and daughter, Mh. r ' ;rc"chf i,kt'rJ0"' MrK
Frances? also accompanied her. French, Hubert Davis, Ray and
Mr nnil Mm Kilmiinil Allmi Worn "'"'J . j u i, it
for a few daya.
Mru. Earl Orcen and son, Wlllard
and Mrs. Lcland Green from west
of town, were visitors Sunday at
the home of Davo Gresn.
Henry Morris of HoonvUtc 'ai
. 1.1 1.. 1 r, .-!.- vismnir nis narenis ncr ine nrsi
1 iiiuiiiMii' mill .iiiiuui itjirni'r. mum,
donn Moit anu iamy aunuay. , - . ...".' ";.V of tho w(
Mlsa Dora Harrla apent r0nv r " " 1
toy aeon ape. i ;"; meler, John West, Ralllnger, Arch-
week with liie W" St of Walter and Mm. c mmmb th
J.M. Djnn'B Anna Lruc. . ... der, JJlUabeth .Harrison, Anna,1
Is spent Sunday John Ross and family visited ' v,
Eichmnn went to
n 1. ni iiii t & . i . i in t innm ii ri wnnr in iiiiiniinii
Friday until Sunday with her ',,U"V ' , 'U xlI,rj c" a ' "' ' ' n
homo folks iSwinney, Lillian Wood, Peirl Ilaie Sunday In order to bo on timo
vm. ' :!. i.ii t,..ii.. o..- I meler, Mnymo Emliry. Mrs. Vin Monday morning ns ho is one of
visited her aunt, Miss Molllo Dur-' Em1br1e;i Mr- and Mra. Will Senior , the petit Jurora.
nil, tho latter part ot last week.
Mlsa Gruco Lnruo returned Sun
day after u months visit in Scda
lia. There will bo a pie supper glv-
nnd little son. Tho ovonlng was
spent In gnmes nnd music.
Rev. Snnpp preached at theM-th
odlst church in Nelson Sunday.
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I nn.... f-,.iit ii.. i j. ... i f ' nn nt tho LOfffldon nchnol on Frl-
Mlas Maur'no Oau'dln visited her , . 1 1 w n.ht. j. o, m of i.n.1!
iyn iuhi with wuii xiiins jsi'nsit:, ...0..., . -v ...
cousin, Miss Myrl
JIrs. David Rohn of Orand Pass ,
was Bhopptng in Malta Rend last.
Saturday. Wm. P. Flynn and Miss Mae
Llttlo Delia Wilson spont sovcral Rynn woro married on Jan. Hth by
daya last wook with her father nov. Father Jonnlngs, After a
Perry Wtison. Bouthcrn trip they will bo nt home
C. A. Lunbeck of Monta Vlstji, to their friends In Slater. Tho
Colorado, camo In Fn'dny ovcnlng brldo Is th-! daughter or Philip
for a visit with relatives. Ryan and sister of Miss Noll Ryan
F. C, Blackburn was transacting of Marshall. The groom Is a mcm-
buslneas In Marshall Friday. ber of tho firm of Flynn & Co.
Wea Robin, of Qrinu Faai,
weather como tho following Fri
day night, Jan. 31. Everybody
come. MIsh Nello Dlorklng, teach
was Tho C. & A. has ordered thirty
nermlsalon from the conductor to in our town use inuraiiay. nev locomotives at a cost of
play, Blng, etc. The company was' Mr8, Edwards, after vin'tlng rola- $600,000. Moat of them are of the
r)rom Colorado on its way oast. Uvea noro and' nt Qrantl PaOT- r0" largo typo and will materially m-
JThoy said this llttlo "turning themturne(l to hcr nom0 ,n ArknnRaB prove tho aorvlco nnd equipment.
Liv,.a t, fi, .i ... n. accompanied by Master Oral W'l- Mlsa Nell Kevton hns conn for
. . . .wwhw w. va.u blHIII nuq (lie, ...... .ii
first they'd had for sixteen weeks, j0"' who wiU mako her nn cxten;,t an extended visit to
Several MJamlana woro on tho oi Mrs E- J- MUlcr, at M
. .v - . I fPft A'. T1 11 in HA.nl- ln.( llfnAlu M
triiln and also onlovod tho trt. 103 "son BPnt 1 WC0K v a
w " " w I li. 1 A r ri . rr .
The primary nchoo children uu ou,ier' WB- urovw 1U'K
gMktly mlsa tho companionship of . !E? at Knnnaa C ty
.ft ..... . I '.hn l.arf Afl A.lsl I
tuir little nlavmnto Nniin Hthinv
- . -- -
S) having stopped school on nc
cowit, M ill health arising from
-Tfiere Ib very llttlo alcknesa In
pHr, community thin winter which
probably la due to tho dry weath
fr':y are having.
'If.ta river blocks noon, Mra. A.
6yar our. aged -friend, who has
, ,vr away two-or three months In
Jack Hcrndon and our teacher,
Delta Neville, Roy Klnchols and
Tho Ladloa Aid Society of the
E. IChuroh Will hold, n mnrlcnt
on Saturday, Peb. 1st, consUtlng Le,u Ko,rn were "inner guests ot
of cakea, iploa, chickens, ect. and ,e ThomaB, aouth of town Inst
alao candy and popcorn oal'a. Sunday.
Harry Olft and brWo woro the Herndon Fenwlck was out cnll
dinner gueata ol tho lattcr'a f nth- ,nK n h'8,051 M Sunday,
cr, Mr. Carter and (amity 8unday, Qult.0 ,a ow om th,a vicinity
. , attended the party at Sail Aulgurs
171 M mWMe Saturday night.
rian.KfcCIS. rtenry ghelion and KBtherlne
Quite- a few in th? vicinity are Thompson were Sweet Spring a cap
John and Lena Schylcr ot Pilot
Grovo visited with their brother,
Lowls nnd wife, Tuesday and Wed
Henry Niemeler nnd wife, Henry
Illllon, wife nnd daughter, Mrs.
Will EuBtham spent the day wlthl
Mr, and Mrs. Jim MunliaU near
Mlsa Julia Morris is visiting her
mother, Mrs. E, Morris In Lamlne
this week. ;
Mr. and Mra. Earnest Odell and
baby were guests ot Simon DavlB
and family (Wednesday.
Arch Qoodloe and wife wcro the
Sunday visitors with Mr. Goo-Mocs
mother, near Napton,
Mrs. Will Lefavlro and daughter,
Minnie, were calling on Glen Ami
bury and family Friday.
Kato aqd Mary Swinnoy wore
gucata Saturday night and Sunday
ot Mr. and Mra. Will Senter.
Henry Hillon wife and baby 'e t
Saturday for their home in Kan
sas City after a week visit with
his brother and aiatera.
Julius Rclth and wife were call-
We will have our big Remnant
Tuesday, Jan. 28th I
Kemnants or uress lioods, Silks,
White Goods, Ginghams, Out
ings, Curtain Goods, Calico,
Laces, Ribbons, Embroideries, I
etc., and all go at just ONE- 1
HALF the original price. A "
good chance for bargains. Come I
and get your share. I
Sale Begins at 9 A. M.