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Mrs. R. B. 11111 o: B'nck-vntcj-nfiado
Minm' re'ntlvs nnd rlcn-Ja
aJpicasant vl It nd c'rr.i-'d to her
Jftome last Frldi by taking the
xf train at Stanhope.
Ru'ub Haynio was 77 years old
on the 22nd dt this month and hts
lood wife made quite a "spread"
(or him on that day, inviting In as
guests to dine Mrs. Al Ayres, Mr. '
nnd Mrs. Frank Fisher. Mr. Hay-
la very active and doesn't look .
YOU HAD BETTER
BURN YOUR MONEY
nle la very
to bo na oM'tis ho Is. . '
Matter Gcorgie Parsons Royar
while engaged In a lively game of
"'shlnney" recently had tho hard
luck of having a block knocked
,A'lolontly against the region of an
oyc, Inflecting an ugly cut, and
causing his eye to bo bandagoJ ftr
Richard Ilaynlo bade adieu to his
Miikmi relatives nnd friends last
Sut day to try hla luck In the Lone
Stair state. Ho says he intends to
vlsjat many of tho large cities there
befAjro ho selects one In which ho
will take up his abode.
laml has a dlpthcria scare, how
r there Is onlv ono family that
I'Ms It. Hcnrv Hnvworih'.i two old
t children arc seriously afflicted
With this dlHcaBc. Tho house is
quarantined nnd fortunitcly na
other hourcs nro very near It.
Thoro was quite n lot of social
n'tnlrs among tho colored folks
last week when two couples were
married. One very Important one
was a chnrivari tendered Josh
Graves who wedded Helen Graves.
The noise of drums, horns, pans,
bells nnd guns was made on this
"Grave" occasion until n generous
'hand out" was made and each
A great many cisterns nnd wells
nrc dry nt the homes of tho Miami
(oiks and lucky it is fox our town
to be b'.csicd with numerous
Hprl'gt which nfford a splendid
quality nnd qunnlty of mineral
Miss Julia Royar and mother ar
rived home on Sunday morning
from an extended visit to Mrs.
Clayton Wheeler living in Olcn
Monta Carlo known to many as
'The Titanic" is in ruins. It was
n kind of a boat club house on tho
river banks and recently one
'night it was found to bo in flames.
It Is rumored gonorally that the
cnuse of tho fire was a generous
sprinkling of coal oil and a torch's
touch from the hands of several
of tho club men's "women folks"
who protested against tho absonce
of thoir "men folks" fromthohome
stead so often. May tho good
work go on.
Walter Utley and wife are home
from a very del'ghtful Ir'p tp Kan
as City and said While there they
attended several fine- theatres, one
of "which was hi "Shubert". where
thoy were delighted with the pop- .
ular Bohemian glrL
Percy Jennings of Miamlfwho 1$
engaged in business- In an auto
firm in Kansas City came down
for a few day's vlslt'to' his home
MU' , , ,
CDr. n. D. Grady has lnfejy been
called to Marshall to1 hold consul
tion with doctors' there jn regard'
Vo a former Miami lady's., serious
lUlneaa. Miami Is twstly proud .of
irtr fine physicians., ,
u. a. Jackson recently shipped a
fcar load o!f hogs to ah ' eastern
market. i ". V '.'
The Christian Endeavor meeting
Cents ta r ,
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It's all in a scries of articles entitled
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TJie member, of ,the
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church Sunday evening an hour Evangelical chtirch purchased the
before rerulnr iuirvlron hotrnW residence Ol W. P, Martin to be
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The roads are flprao what niuddy
'used as' a parsonage,'
Qerjrtan ' famuy.
W.i. Douglas was transacting
business in Marshall Friday.
Mrs. Emma Bright wont to Grand
P. E. Pittman and family spent
Sunday with Louis VaiiHusklrk
Mrs. John Qeather and daughter,
Pau Sunday evening to see her 'Irene, were Sunday caller at Wal-
brother-in-law, Mr.. Moore who is ter Stolbergs.
quite ill. She returned home Mon
Ml si Leah Thornton was the
guest of '-Mr. and Airs. Rolin n4
Grand Pass several days last
at this writing. ... Charlje nume was transacting
C. Janneck was. on our streets business In Marshall last Monday,
Monday raorhine. J. iW. Robertson and son wore
Beth Dlggto and .W.,S. Shcmwcll transacting business In. Marshall
are building an addition of' two last Monday,
ropms to the dwelling or Walter Mrs. Clara Blosser rotur ed hdme
, Dlggs south of town. 4 . last Thursday from a visit with
A. M, Rail of Cooper was In relatives at Jefferson City.
town a few days the first of the Miss Irene Houston lef last Wed is too important a matter tor a
week, ( ' nenday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs woman to be- handicapped by weak
Ilardy Lucas, and Walter Dlggs Rnymond at Nashville, Tennessee, nfrsa, .bad blood or foul breath.
of Cober were trading In! town Mrs, Cora Nelson was visiting Avoid these kUl-hopos by taking
Tuesday. her daughter Mrs. Frank Long at f Dr. King's L'fo pais, Ncwstreng'h
)ave Green was -hauling lumber Grand Pau several days last fine complexion, pure breath, cheer
fribm Blackwater Wednesday to week.
lid a new h0ue, as their home Mr. and Mrs. Vanstono arc on-
was recently aeacroyeq ty lire. , tertainlng relatives from Canada.
fMra. Q'. P. Martini recently pur-, E.G. Guth'fcey 'was visiting reta
liated the Ankel houie on Main tlves in Kansas City last week.
street near the Masonic hall, Chas. Shafer was. transacting bus
Mrs. Gibson Scott was a week mess In Marshall Frldav.
- r.i'vlslfor In MarU Mrs. A, S. Aan'aaglln was called
.j;D. McMa-raoper fwas to-Nebraska' last' Friday by the
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Jjjsrk 8winney'dMgJitttr.MI Inesavln the couBty seat ;last, Frl-
iry jaiMij):5earr-jaeas4er .aay.i-, if, ,
Th Choice of m. Huihann ' oitlT nn m kn t tk tut-
Ausust Geahklln and family vi
tcd wllh John Borcher's and fam
IH Reward, $1H
Tk rt4rof tkU'Mpr will b flttui la
Irani tkt tUtn U it kut tm Srf44 iIIimh
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CtUirh blat cwMtltatleMl
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lot mm, iartr ir7iaf ih imwun
at Ika dlataaa, aad
;;ry. iwarn mmvnwy-nv .i-m w i iiwn jir,'iu'mi, mil. nwar were
A'tartoy, ' - : ' aWQjr-th'aSe ii weTre shopping
';l.friM& of -Waverly' was"tKfe
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ful spir.u tAiDga that win oven
follow their use. Easy, sate and
sure. Wc at p! H. Fraakllns,
Intended for, last week
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Allen "were
Sunday visitors at Marlon Leo's.
fltxgerJd,7wife' andchl'ldren via
Ited Mr. an'Mrs. pus Holbfook
Sunday " t
George. Hemwe and John .Cook
went to St. Louis Saturday.
.Miss BeHMKerHme spent flatur
ia Wight and r8Hfl!y wlth'jWtirne
folks, ' , - '
br ballaHaf BP tkt eoolttloo lad anlttlaa
(ara la Mm Ita work. ' Tba Draarletota D
m flik ! It rapallM bAarara that tk
afar Asa Haadraa Uollara tot aar caa. that It
talta to car, htmi tar llat at trattnoalali.
Aaartaa V. J. CHENEY CO.., Talrd. O.
BaU br all DrasfUta. T(?.
Taka Btll'a raiall flUi tar caadlpiUao.
Intended for last week.
Several of the youngsters from
this 'vicinity attended the dnnco
nt, Mr'. Huffman's Wednesday,
Storts Swltier was rldelnff- In
the neighborhood Friday evening
buying up furs. ' .
rij'J. K. Lewis has becn-very
4lckt.t. this writing with tho grip
but,l geitlng along nicel.v now.
Mr. Haberman butchered hogs
last weeK. . i
Miss Edith Eddy returned home
Sunday after a weeks visit with
friends In the Alt, Olive neighbor
hood. John Noble sold a nice span of
horses to. Loci McDanlel.
J. K. Lowls and son J. S. Lewis
sold a bunch of togs Jto John
Bramblo last week.
I know America Is capable of nny
thing she undertakes, with spirit uud
vigor. "Bravo In illtlrm, atrnt in
conquest, drowzy wfien nt rest." U bti
ch'aracterlsilc. Abigail Adams.
Mrs. J. S. Johpnon returned Sat
urday from a weeks visit with rel
atives, near- Slater.'
Mrs. Elliott Brown and children
spent Friday night and Saturday
In Slater at the home ot O. Hupp.
Amos Audsley made a business
trip to Iowa last week.
Miss Ida Woolum visited Miss
Ruby Gibbons several days last
Frank Harris and family spen'
Sunday with. Mrs. Alice Jett.
Quite a number rom this com
A philosopher Is a man who caa
look Hard Luck In tho face and think
of tho Talus tho experience ho Is hav
lag will ho to aim -Is later years.
"Is there anything women oan't dor
asks the Birmingham Ag-Horald. We.
have never heard ot a woman who was'
able to become a fataerln-law.
For Prelecting, (ho Game.
There should bo a law limiting th
aaasbor of sportsmen a gunner sea)
kill la oas season. Washington Her
"I saw Dr. Flint stop at your nova,
yesterday. Anvthln iHmisaT t
munlty attended a pie nnd pound; akoald say there was. He canto ta
ar,ty at the homo of 'Boyd Sulli- colleet hla bill"
van near Ilarmonv last Frldnv'
night. They report a tine., time. J
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson and)
daughter Misa Beulah wqre Sun
day guests of Mrs, Motile Steph
Ml em alee).
"They say, Tho tool aad aid mono)
are oeea parted.'" 'That's all right.
What boats ass Is why tho dlekeae
they should go together to
tfjfif Movi' Dc&n wan visiting, iV.IRerao;
flirt, sad tho aoM tlrt with ye;
eve. ,aa4 you love aloao-Ca. B,
Sut Raroty Does Them.
Many a Bean pats himself on the
leek because ot the great things he
'a going. )q do some day.