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lohn Larger, t and wife took sup
per with Charley Walters and wife
Wednesdny.--Thos. Dodd and wife
of Jasper are spending a few days
with II. N". Covert and family.
Mrs. Will McDonnell and son Les
ter were Golden City visitors Wed
nesday. -Arthur I'robert ami fam
ily and WaRer Hubbard and fam
ily were guests nf K. 12. Hubbard
and family Sunday. Mrs. Follmer
and Sirs. Dye Sunderland and
daughter Mnrtella are visiting n few
days with Mrs Retta I.owenstein
ol Carthage - Mi Kculah Tatter
son spent Saturday niclit and
Sunday with Jeie Johnston.
Rev. Henry Sunderland and Alf
Campbell mil family w'ere quests
of Ilamp Campbell and family
Sunday. Ltfin.trd See'a spnt
Sunday with Verl S'torbeck Mis
Florence i-'tri't'-n sp-nt Saturday
night and Sunday with Velma
Mackev. li l-mue Corder of
Jtiiper spent Saturday niqht with
Martha CurtU.- A number of the
neighbors went in and surprised
Mrs J V. Curtis last Wednesday.
April i. nil her birthday. Misses
Mary Curti and Xm.t Louden
slayer spread tv e dinner, even
the ..'aUe with the salted icing,
which made them remember it .
the ist of Apri!. All had a fine
timo. Those precnt .were Mr
Wane ThonipS'.ii). Mrs lohti
held at Zion CI urch Sunday morn
ing .it uociock by Rev. Uenry
Sunderland. The sympathy of
the community is with bereaved
ones.- Gus Campbell closed his
school at Sheridan Friday. A sur
prise dinner was given and quite a
number were present. 1 sne
Thompson spent Wednesday with
Gcorjic Drown --Miss D.ira Kecler
is spending a few days with home
fdksas her school at Dewey is
closed on account nf smallpox
Miss Lorcua Estev alo closed her
si Ifol at Morning Star tor a few
das. ns she was exposed to the
s nsillpox at S ilm la.t Sunday.
Clarence Keith and bride are
spendinu'thr week with relatives
and friends at CaMervillc. Miss
Cii'i'n I'a'ri?k dosed her school
it MnOoffin lust Ftiday Xews
was received last week of the birth
ot n fine Imby boy to Rev. T. W.
McIcims rind wife nf Librty, Vo.
C. Hrij;jle dosed his s-liui 1 at
Liberty last Frtdav. A fine pro
gram was ii en in the afterroon.
C5nrpe Nix.in nnd family visited
A. T. Denn and family Sundav.
Clarence Uced and father. Mr. Ed
Reed, took dinner Sunday with
Will Cluitier and family
Miss Altiie Armstrong.
J. C. Law and wife weie callnd
to the how .fjtheir son, II. II.
Law. last Thi.r,dav iriomini! nn
Schooler. Mrs Charles Bollard. i,-k count of the serious illness f
Mr. Garrett Magers, Mr P-iIIks, :heir dauyhter-in law, who at this
Lichtenwalter and baby Ailecn. I writing is reported to be im better.
Mr. Henry Covert n ' son Thomas I MiK Gtmlys Re.x left Tties ay
and Mitfes Edna and Cdndys Hal jniuht fur Kimoat City, where she
lard. Nina L mdenslaRer and Mr will make lier iK.mt fur a time
Rev no! W of
Lena P .tier
StreeVer - -Mus Fern Pmv11 i-lnird
a very nf-enful trm of school nt
Summit lft Friday. A number
of t) patrons went in with well
filled baskets and a fine dinner
wa Kpread. All had a pleasant
dav --MuwCpi-U Mackev spent a
few dnv with hi r lister Mrs John
Carter Mis Jessie Zinn v (sited
Saturday m:ht and Sunday with
Fern Powell, Mist. Edna Ballard
rtlso visited tl ere Sunday. I. F.
Curtis mid wif- were entertained
Sundav by W C. MaeVev and fam
ily - ) I, I ichtenwalter n fain
ily vineil II X Civrrt and fam
ily Sunday ift-rnorn - Miss Mary
Curtis gave examinations at Dixie
srluxil house last Saturday. The
pie supper at NVrth Star last Sat
iirdav evenlnc- Riven bv the "Busy
Workers," proved a success The
school house vn? muc'i too small
to hold the larce crowd which
came from live miles west of Jas
per to Grace Church. A good pro
gram was given. The pickles wero
given to tho most love sick young
lady and a large box of bonbons
to the most popular young man.
The proceeds were nearly $22.
We wish to thank all who helped,
Butler am' if ji
spent Fpdxv a tl t t
Law,- J II .else. , '
cently been very il is 1 1 1 It
ter at this uritmv J n. e -ii '
family pcnt Sunday a' hil.
Thacker's - Rrflph Hill mid wil(
and Freddie Lee iiiteiidel Church
at Blue Star The) report a large
crowd pre-ent. Rnb't and Edna
Beatty vi i it II Lev's Sunday
Misses Vera and Ailie Hummel
visited at Geo Wiltz's Sunday
John Still ml dauellU'r Ev.i will
.spend some three weeks in Lamar,
where Mr Still who is in poor
health will be under the doctor's
care. Mis. V m SelS'ir of Alba,
and Mrs Chas. Woodrow, and Mrs.
Gerald Sebor ptnt M nd.iy after
noon at J H Sclsnrs Houston
Cline ami wife spent Wednesday
at Gilbert Krltner's Miss Mae
Woodrow c.dled 'n Mis Roth
Griffitts Wednesday owning
Misses Orpha hwI'Mhc Woo 'row
visited at Fr.nik Krltner't Tuts
day aft rMiou Gcrve TafTi -i ,
Homer Graham .ind esie and
Sils Griffitts visited with Gerc
and limner Woodr iw Sunday.
Miss 7.oi Andrews visittd Mrs.
Louella Rex Sunday Fred Win
ter and wife and son Willi- viiie'
at Joe Huber's Sunday. Maci
Foreman visile.) with Ernest Re
Optimist ana Fectlmlct.
One of tho recent definitions of In
IMlmist ami tho optimist Is. tho pes
ttimt-l Is the man who sits In tlio last
seit of thi rear car of the train and
suss ever thing apiarcntl BOlng from
hlin. and the optimist hits on the fron
of the engine on tlio rowcatrher
aad sees everything coialng his way
Maplegrove Mik vvii'i her su-trr. Mrs, E(rl Stalder
n upent "siiitTi! ! Miss. 1-univs ce.-ts soon to be
Sunday itb Juli,cnii-lovfd s an office emolou'.
where htr sister, Miss EiiKenU, is
already at work. The good wMie
of many 'rm.i- go with thi-se
girls in their endeavor. Ven.i.
Ray and Otto Forcmin went t
Kansas City the tirst of the week,
where they expect to find employ
ment. Mrs Elizabeth lohnso-i
visited at Chas Woodrow 's Thurs
day. Mrs Martha Rex visited
Mrs F. W. Rumble Thursday
night -G. II. Redmond and Mr
Tilley called on the farmers of the
neighborhood, Wednesday. It is
Mr. Tillev pu ose t engage
grain to thresh when threshing
tune shall have come. M r s .
Martha Rex and daughttr-in-law,
Mrs. Ernest Re.x, c-lled on the
Misses Armstrong Friday after
noon. W B. Lyman and family
visited -n Allen Miller's Sunday.
Miss Nellie Lane visited at W. S.
Lane's Sundav. Marshal Smith
liowejsi Hros. Restaurant
ii.t moved to the lirat door
west of t h is postolliei',
whtTo vvc are liettcr p:'-
R pared than ovor to i-ervo
i all our oiiftoiiiuivj.
Tobacco and Cigars
and Ice Cream
in and we
and family are moving into the
vacant house opposite the Fred
Miller home, which is also on part
of the Miller farm. Mrs. F W.
Rumble, of Jasper, visited E. D.
Boyd's Saturday night and Sun
day Mrs. Rumble owns the farm
occupied by Mr. Bovd. Ben Wes-
cspecially the auctioneer George ton and family spent Sundav at
Sweezv, who did fine. Fred Isen-
man and wife visited Henry Conk
lin and lamily Sunday. A missel
lane ms shower was given on
Chruice Keith and b.ide at the
home of Fred Kerrick and family
last Friday evening. About 25
young folks were present. Re
frethments were served and all
had a good time. Oscar Follmer
and wife and Chauncey Earl and
wife were entertained by H O
Earl and family Sunday Win.
Smith, who was sick with pneu
monia, died Friday night at 11:30
o'clock. The funeral services were
II. J. Stanberry's A musical en
tertainment will be given at Mount
Carmel Church next Saturday
night Mrs. Welch and family
have recently moved on the Levi
Miller farm, having purchased it
some time ago. The Murphy boys
were shopping in Jasper Tuesday
Mrs. Walter Hill, who teaches
the Farmers Union school, spent
Saturday and Sundav with her
husband's parents. F. I. Hill and
family Miss I 1 o n a Redmond
spent Saturday and Sunday with
homo folks. Mrs. Gerald Selsor
and little son Chester spent last
Thnt means you may need
These goods in abund
Get Ready for Easter
This is the time when all naturo about us puts
on her new garb and this should make us feel like
throwing aside those old clothes and donning a now
So come in and let us sell you a now Easter
Bonnet, Wo have in a large shipment of the newest
shapes and colotings in hats and also a beautiful line
of flowers and ribbons.
Wo also have a new lino of spring and summer
dress goods, consisting of crepes, Ratines, crepe do
Chines and creptines in all tho popular colors.
Wo also havo a nice lino of Ladies' ready-to-wear
Clothing consisting of home dress, kimonas and
Remember wo carry thejamous Hamilton-Brown
Shoes. Wo havo for ladies a line of the Colonial
Tongue Pump with tho Kidney Louis heel; also a
line of .Mary Jane Pumps with medium low heels in
the patent and dull leather. We also have a new
line of Men's Oxfords both in the black and tan.
Itemumber our prices are liu'lit on these goods, and
we want your produce, poultry, eggs, butter, cream,
and will pay-on the highest market price, either
cash or trade.
Grow Mercantile Co.
Special Easter Sale!
We ate going to give the people some
Kxtra Special low juices beginning
Saturday, April 4
to Saturday, April 1 1
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Easter is at
hand, with its
& new fashions for
spring and summer.
Sombre colors and heavy
wco-vcsof winter rmrt pive
away to the novc-col' rings
unci clesigns vhicl. ill
have full sway cli-ing
the spring and summer.
AMkRICAN PRINTS special price - 4ic
GINGHAM, worth 10 and 1'2-ic, special 74c
CHEVIOTS, worth 10c, special price 8ic
PERCALE, all colors, worth 10c, special 8ic
Soo YARDS EMBROIDERY, worth 8c, 10c and
lUic, special price 6c
All the new shades in spring and summer dress
goods at special low pricos.
Misses and children's ready-to-wear dresses, all
colors and styles, special low prices.
Full lino of new Bhadow all over Val. aud
Torchon Laces, at special prices.
Special prices on all shoes, including Men's,
Ladies' and Children's.
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES
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