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Mm. Wm. Crockett has returned
liomt from a visit in California.
Furniture of quality at right
prices at L. W. Roberts'.
Mrs. J. 0. Head is home from a
visit to friends at Cantqn, 111.
We furnish your home without
excessive cost. L. W. Roberts.
Circuit Court has adjourned
until next Monday.
A complete line of up-to-date
furniture. L. W. Roberts.
Born, Ooctober 7th, to Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Rybce, a 9 pound daugh
ter. When words fail send Dolly
Varden Chocolates. Sold at
Miss Hattie Kennan has re
turned home from an extended
visit in California.
Have you seen my fine line of
full value mgst They are money
saving bargains. L. W. Roberts.
lion. David II. Robertson made
a rousing speech against the sin
gle tax at Qant last Friday night.
The Nyal's line of family
remedies are absolutely guaran
teed by Wren's Pharmacy.
Wallace Rassford, secretary 1o
Congressman Champ Clark, is
home from Washington City.
Tf,it is new, up-to-date furni
ture you are looking for, call on
L. W. Roberts.
Mr. Olenn Rafford and Miss
Bertha Henscll. both of this city,
were granted marriage license
Just received a shipment of
Dolly Varden Chocolates at
The revival meeting at Olivet
church closed last Sunday night,
with three additions to the mem
bership. Mrs. Ceo. IT. Randle, of this
city, and her brother, J. T. Finks,
nf San Francisco. Calb, are visit
ing in Monroe county.
Our Undertaking Department
is high-class, and gives satis
factory service. L. W. Roberts.
Hardin College students, M. M.
A. and McMillan High attended
Hie speaking by Champ Clark at
the opera house Tuesday.
Taylor Rerrey, of near Skinner,
is to serve on the petit jury in the
TT. S. court, which opens in St.
Louis the 16th of this month.
Mr. Ray Smith and Miss Anna
Kristofferson, both of Vandalia.
were granted marriage lieettse
The case of O. A. Edson against ,
P. F. Clark, in the Circuit Court, j
was dismissed this week by Judge ;
J. D. Barnett. I
Thomas Mosely, of near Santa j
Fe, in going to his barn yard a j
few days ago stumped his toe and j
fell, breaking his leg below the.
Dr. F. J. Lnt , of St. Louis, will
deliver an address at the Mexico
court house tomorrow night on
the subject, "The Relation of the
Physician to the Public."
S. J. Duncan and Mrs. Cynthia
Oriffuh are home from Pollock.
La., bringing with them their sis
ter, Mrs. Wilson, who has been
very ill of late.
George Kabrich is home from n
business trip to Oklahoma. He
has sold his land interests down
there. Mr. Kabrich says it is very
dry in Oklahoma. It was also dry
, there last year and crops have al
most been a failure. It is dry al
so in Western Kansas and parts
of Texas. However, great peach
crop in Oklahoma this year.
EXPRESSED IN ART TERMS
ArtUt Knw Juit What th Compli
ment Meant, but MIm Verity
"I consider the greatest compli
ment I ever had paid to my pint
ing." said Rose Maddar, who was
showing the results of her summer's
sketching to Miss Verity, "was that
Euphemia Jones said about it She
expressed so much in such a few
"What did she sajT asked Miss
"She said," replied Rose, "that
my pictures had a 'great deal of vi
tality."' "And jut what did she mean by
that?" inquired Miss Verity.
"She meant why, I perfectly un
derstand what she meant Don't
you really know?"
"No," responded Miss Verity with
a sigh. "J ust put it in plaia words,
won't you, Rose ?"
"Why, she meant she meant
that the pictures had that the pic
tures had well, of course, that the
pictures had 'a great deal of vital
ity" "I'm dense, I suppose, for I. still
fail to grasp her exact meaning."
"Euphemia Jones knows lots and
lots about art and talks beautifully
and interestingly on the subject,"
said Rose Maddar, bridling. "Be
cause you can't grasp the sutblety of
her expression 'vitality used in this
connection, is not reason why it does
not mean something nice, and to
have her say such things about one's
pictures is certainly a great compli
CROOKED ALL RIGHT
Hogan JLa' phwy don't yea like
Dooly? Doran He's not on th' square.
Hogan Phwat makes yes think
Doran He's th' kind av a man
th't can't look ye straight in the eye
till yer back's turned.
If a doctor's prescription is not
entirely used, the remainder should
be thrown away, bearing in mind
that, if liquid, the bottle should, be
emptied and washed. Not one chanc
in a huadred would ever necessitate
the use of the medicine or the sumo
combination of drugs, unless it be
in the form of linament or some
external remedy, which should be;thp cutaway side of the line las)
propeny laoe ea. Most medicine lo -rhn(!ay nnd dipped a flne loar
not keep well, and, if unneoeaaaxy .r from Auxvasse tr, tin-
bottles are kept in the medicine oai)- r, , , T, .,.
;.-t,i vlSt. Louis market. The shippef
made, and confusion reeulU. The
medicine closet should be kept sepa
rate from pthers, free from damp-I
ness, and under lock an& key, if poe-
sible, remembering to exclude the
light Drugs, especially powders, are
injured by rismpmws, Suburban
NEW PLANET IS LOST.
The MtronomiTworldhae found
and lost a new planet and ncr the
observatories of the world are train -
ing their telescopes on the byiav.His in
the hope of again locating the
strange little traveler. The new
planet or asteroid, as astronomers
call it, was discovered by Pali sa'of
Tsjienna, and his discovery confirmed
by Pecula of Copenhagen. At lord -
ing to tlie best calculations the plan
et is a lively traveler and has ad
vanced so rapidly toward the earth
that it has distanced observatioiiM nd
is now lost track of.
SHIPWRECK DE LUXE.'
"Yes," said Mrs. Van Millyun,
"we were on this desert island for
months and months."
"Yet you were right ia the path of
"But returning tourists make
ravel heavy at this time of year, and
'. was some time befoce a liner came
along that could gtve uava first (Cab
in." Baltimore Ajnofian.
FARM AND LIVE STOCK. J
C. E. Sellers, of High Hill Dis
trict, sold 16 hogs, delivered at
Ceiitialia, at $8.40.
Elmer Johnson, south of Lud
tlonia, is caring for 270 head of
hogs "hogging" them in his e.rn
Forrest Rerrey, of near Molino,
sold 27 lings to Powell & Mundy
last Friday at $7.50 per hundred
B. R. Middleton bought some
mule colts a few cays ago from
Henry and Lee Stuart, down Lad
Henry Rerrey, of Skinner, sold
Joe Considine 50 head of native
lambs recently at $5.50 per hun-
Sam Torreyson, near Rush Hill.
sold two mule colts to Rud Ander
son for $190.00, one a mare and
the other a horse.
F. E. Gorman, down Laddonia
way, put in 28 acres of wheat this
year. He fertilizes Ins ground ami
generally always raises a lair
L. W. McCoy oT Laddonia sold
Thee" Ilagan two Jersey heifer
calves for $75. Mr. McCoy has re
fused $100 for the mother of oiu
of these calves.
One Dicks' Famous No. ' buy,
straw and corn .stalk cutter. y Also
a steel scraper. Mrs. L. Stellins,
1U17 N. Jcll'er.son St.
Oliver Sims, of High Hill Dis
trict, sold 24 hogs, averaging 210
pounds each, at $M.C0. Mr. Sims
also sold 25 sheep at three cents a
pound, and 10 lambs at five cents.
delivered in Ceutralia.
Milt Householder, out Skinner
way, had his running-walk horse
at the Sedalia Fair last week and
won first premium in the running
walk class. We congratulate Mr.
Householder in his good fortun?.
The Fulton Gazette says: Elvu
Sims, a young stock shipper of
(lantt, Audrain county, received a
ear load of hogs in Fulton, Wed
nesday, I hat lie had bought from
farmers in the Hail and Stephens
H. P. Rrown. north of Push
Hill, recently bought 100 head of
wte..is of a St. Louis nartv who
had them on past -ire near Rcll
flower. Mr. Rrown will feed them
this winter. W. J. Rrown has 140
head he will feed also.
J. J. Johns! I'n, northeast of Mar
tinsburg. sold 00 head of heifers
on the National market Monday
getting the top price for the day
7.f0. Mr. Johns! en fed I his stock
100 lavs on a ration of corn, cot
Jonseed cake and bluegrass.
The Fulton Gazette remark
that Dicus & Roberts, south Am
drain stockmen, were operating on
got 51 head of Duroe-.Tcrsets fron-
L. C. Reed, nine miles nortliwes.
of Auxvasse. that were contracted
.several weeks ago at $8.40 .i bun
1 ,000,000,00 bushel
j HicUorV NutS, alSC
i J-JJdeS F G 3. t h Q TS
FlirS, BeeSWaX, Kilt),
I . j .
Def at l"! I g II e S I
j -Vc Trre
1 iVlarKCL 1 1 1W-C
At Hitch Lot.
Anti-Single Tax Speaking.
Judge R. D. Rodgers, at Rowe
na, Friday, Oct. 11, at 2::i0 p. in.:
at Fox school house, same day, at
7:0 p. in.; at Laddonia, Satur
day, t 7 :30 p. m.
John Real went to St. Louis to
attend thy banquet given by tlu
Democratic editors of Missouri tc
Urtlial candidate, the
I lll a - w
Hon. Woodrow Vilson, j
We must have room for our new Holiday Stock ; we can't put in more show cikc nor
enlarge the store, so we can only reduce our present stock of Cut (Jlass, Fine China.
Silverware, Urass and Copper (loods by offering them to you at greatly reduced prices.
Fancy shape, full cut glass
IniwIs, regular value for
C. Colonel (iold Rand Tumb
lers, really worth 1. .'." for
Five light ciridclcbra
This sale afford you an opportunity to buy the best of goods at the very low
est prices they are ever sold for.
We Cordially Invite You to
"Step In And Look Around"
Worrell, The Jeweler
Three Stores - On the Corner
NORTH CALLAWAY. si nil" at the rate of 80 gallons pet-
Weather fine, with a light frost day.
bout 10 days ago that nipped the; Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorgc Crum and
growing corn, cane and stock peas Mr. and Mrs. R. Rickinan, of North
growing in the bottom lands, but J 'allaway, will Kpend this week
did not injure the growing .crops visit iiig in St. Louis and will at
Dii the uplands. Harvesting cow end the Fair,
peas, cutting cane and gathering: We learn that Mr. Adams and
the big apple crop is in full blast. ,'uno sold to the Hathaway Seed
Dick Christian and Mrs. Coons, j Co. of Mexico their apple crop
of Ashland, are spending a couple ;uul will barrel their apples,
of weeks visiting in North Call;- The queen city of North Calla
way and are the guests of their
nieces, Mrs. Rritt and the M'e
Kller and li'idjrcway of Auxvasse
Jas. S. Porter and son are niov
ing their big apple crop. They
have sent out three car loads and
ship out two more this week.
Mr. John Woods, of Louisiana
iMo is visiting his mother and
brothers in North Callaway
T. A. liovd sold, lasl week.
head of porkers to Mr. Roberts ot
. ' .,
Atexieo at $S.2.r).
McPheeters Rros. have their
large sorghum molasses plant m
full blast and are located one and
one-half miles north of Auxvasse.
They are turning out the sweet
On sale daily Sept. 23th to Oct. 10, 1(112.
$34.08 to Los Angeles, Kan Frunciisco, Han pit-go, Calif.
Seattle unil Spokane, Washington, I'ortlawl, Oregon,
$29.08 to Salt l.ake and other Utah jHiints.
Also low fares to many oilier points in Alberta, 15. C,
California. C1t i lo. Idaho. Old Mexico, Montana, Nevada,
Xew Mc.vco. Oregon, S;ik.iU-hewan, Texas, Ttah and
Kor i'onijileti' t'artienlai's fall or a.iiln
!. n. RICHARDS,
Agent Wabush Railrond, Mexico, Mo.
October Sale at
House of Quality
Beautiful hand painted water
Jug, grape decoration, worth
.S.."0, for only $5.50
Cups and Saucers and Rread
and Rutter Plates, all $1.00 val-
dialing li-h, full -.ie. I 'effect ion
liiiriier, worth $tO lor onlv $7.50
way county is still on the move
forward. There arc two new
dwellings in course of building.
'). M. ! '(lli-v is remodeling his
'a'!."' dwelling and making a mod
ern up-to date dwelling of it. Mr.
, Uryant. the liveryman, will soon
build a modern residence,
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I ".v i'-..oc,
Itlll ' ' I I .M I II 'Hiil ' irinm
I I. V. linilt'V, f'oiHvnd s HMT-
'(.linn .! fixinlit ij tuiH itur m
, . '
corn rations this week 10 head o'
, extra Western steers that lie li:te
y c,1MtM, 0f W. 1. Holt &
Dolly Varden Chocolates at
j Wren's Pharmacy.
Low One Way Colonist
Fares to the West and
(Quadruple silver plated Fern
Dish, lined and pierced for
Sugar and. Cream Set, Col
onial Shape, full engraved for
only . $7.50
Coffee Percolator. I'nivcrsal style
('. It. Fi ris has bought Rmily
Hall's (col. i property in the south
part nf town and is preparing to
build a mule barn.
The Catholic ladies did well
with their Hipper and made a
Harry Leet and wife and baby
of Farber visited relatives here
first of the week.
Things at P. I. Pierce's sab
Sat onlay "-old very reasonable.
(!eo I'.ui'ih has rented his home
and Mr. Pieree will to Mexico
to reside with bis son, James.
A large crowd gathered at the
cemetery Oct. 2nd, and did a good
day's elenni'if.' which greatly im
proved the looks of the surround
in;;s. The ladies served dinner
and suppi'i-. An association will
he tormeii to keep up Inn eeliie
terv. tiiit" a number of stones
are te..''i i; and need to be
st ' aiglllei;i'd.
Mrs. liiini'.: Riadeii is visiting!
I.ec ehildien i i town. Mrs. E. C.l
Smith and Mr, J no. Deaden.
Mrs. Marv Landrum returned 1
from folemi.ia Mondav where she!
had been at the bedside of .r ;
daughler-in law, Mrs. Harry!
Landrum, who was greatly iio-
Mrs. Ralph Ha'dev of Fort
Worth, Texas, left for her bom"
Saturday after an extended visit
with relatives here.
Mrs. Virginia L'lzea spent sev
eral days last week visiting her
brother. Mack I'.rown, south of
Mrs. J. If. Council who has been
sick so long seems greatly Im
proved, Dr. Monroe mid wife and little
daughter, Alma, visited relatives
near Center Sunday.
.-speaKer i namp ( laru vis.tetl Houri Mr j,ujol. Wg j,(il(d ,M,r),
Hardin College Tuesday morning by Champ Clin k and thev went to
and made an addnss at the el.:;;.- K)msas Vt). together. Hon. Ceo.
.1 service. The girls gave him 1 !:e Robert,,,, aecompanied them as
following yell: "Our- Chump, o-ir far as Moberly and introduced
Champ, he's the man; if we ea.iM,.. c.. i )). , ,tig at tu9
vote, our sweethearts can." .Illiol sla,im tlt;r(i
1 THOMPSON ITEMS.
Sorghum Making on Uncle Buck
Thompson, Mo., Oct. 8. Miss
JUatuie Davis of Rush Hill is visit
ing her uncle, Robert Davis, this
Mrs. Myrt Tonlson of Corning,
Ark., is visiting her brother, Ligc
Mrs. Maggie Hill of Mexico and
Miss Ada Rutter of Centralia are
visiting their nephew, W. 11.
Detnpsey and family this week.
There will be a box supper at
the Daniel School house Saturday
night, Oct. 12. Each lady is re
quested to bring a well filled box
and the gentlemen well filed
Arch Johnson received word
jlVt. 7th that, his uncle, Horace
Rodgers, of Younger, had drop
ped dead at his home.
Syrnp manufacturing is the or-
der of the dav. W. H. Detnpsey is
', running a full force. Lige Robin
i son and Dan Carper are also making-
j Pnele Ruck Raker of this vici
nity spent Sunday with his broth
er, "Cnele" Thomas Raker, near
Skinner, it being the birthday for
both. They spend their birthdays
together every year. Uncle Ruck
is 80 years old and Uncle Thomas,
SC. Uncle Thomas makes his home
wilh his daughter, Mrs. Clifton
Jesse. May they live to s t I'd
many more birthday's together.
Fd. Morris bought one steer calf
Irom (!co. Pickett.
Mrs. Rretilon's aunt, Mrs. Mc
Intire. of Indiana, is visiting her
id !icr mother, Mrs. John Rutter,
It is reported Father is to have
a wedding soon.
Rev. Luke Kirt ley filled his reg-
ular appointment at Farber Sat
urday and Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. May went to Cur
ryville Monday to attend the
funeral of their niece.
Mrs. W. M. Roulden returned
home Monday after a six weeks'
visit with relatives and friends in
Washington and California.
Mrs. Kiinmel of Pendleton is
spending a few days with her son,
.lulius Kiinmel, and family.
Mrs. W. M. Howard went to
Marshall Friday to visit her son,
I'oru, to Mi', and Mrs. Miko
liiandou, Thursday, Oct. lird, a,
Mr mill Sslrfiiur iouI wmi
1 1 harlie, spent Saturday and Sun
day with friends at Marshall.
I The Cray brothers began drill
ing a well for (Jcorge Adams
Kolla Itoss has returned home,
j Married, at I he residence of
Rev. (lakes at I'Yankford, Tues
day, Oct. St h. Miss Annie Chris
I topher, of near Farber, and Mr.
1 Fay Smith, of Vandalia. After a
1 few days' visit, at the Illinois
j Slate Fair they will go to house
i keeping in Vandalia. We extend
'congratulations to this excellent
Ladies and Gentlemen
1 nnl nOW readV Qt
WorCCSlcr to do yOUT
blacksmith UllU repair
shoeing specialties. I
"ni not afraid or work.
urop in ana oring your
Allot iiey (ieneral E. W. Major
made a short address from his
car at the passenger station in
itiexico mesuay at noon, lie was
, his Wjly (( KuumH (.. (j
greet (iov. Woodrow Wilson as
should puss thru Mis-
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