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5 LOCAL iiUIEFH. j
Hciul im the ih'wb hy wlri Our
telephone. U No. 02.
Mit Myrtle Garner, of ner Hut
Itr, i visiting Miss Zella 1'arker
nd other (rirnds.
Ex-county Surveyor R. E. John
ton ws in the city Monday looking
after river drainage matters.
Ice cmuu and cuke for Hk. by
the Junior next Friday nitfht at
Wulnut St. M. R Church.
Ralph Spraker ha gone to join
his father in Oklahoma where he u
now runniug his merry-go-round.
Miss Jessie Huckeby has arrived
home from a visit to Moberly, Mo.
with her brother Geo. A. Huckeby.
Mrs. Mary E. Gross returned
last Thursday evening, from an!
extended visit to a sister in Keno
Mrs. O. R Moore, of Pittsourp
Kas., was the guest of her broth
er, W. C. Stonebraker and family
the first of the week.
Mrs. C. A. Denton and children
who has been visiting friends in
this city the past lew days, returned
home Monday morning.
The Royal Neighbors weight so
cial at Odd Fellows hall last night
was a great social event and enjoy
ed by all present It was a great
Miss Allece Heasley. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Healey, is
home from school at Notre Dame,
lnd., to spend the summer va
cation with her parents.
Mrs. M. A. Carr who has been
visiting friends in the city for some
time past returned to her borne,
wito her on Walker, at Norman,
Okla., Monday noon.
Charles Simetisky came in
from Aurora, 111., last Saturday
and assisU-d his mother in ship
pinji their household good to
Aurora where they will make
their future liome.
The heavy rains of the past few
days has caused a cessation of farm
work, llvjoded all the small streams
in this vicinity and put the Marais
drs Cygntrt river on a rampage and
Hooded all the low lands.
Peter Pearson and wifs have
gone on a two or three weeks visit
to their son Mark, down in the Ter
ritory at a new town known as
Chance. Mark Pearson it superin
tendent of two mines at that point
and is making a success of it.
Kev. K. It. Tetnpleton preach
ed a very appropriate memorial
sermon last Sunday to the o!dJimt the editor wrote: "Citv
soldiers at the Walnut at. M. E
church. Quite largo number
of the old comrade were out to
hear him and the preacher was
greeted with a house full of peo
H. V. GEIGER,
Stirring Sole of
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
On sale TODAY
A scry fortunate purvhuao ( lurvit nud -inlro.l,Tt. malik
um to inuVt-tlifMt rvinnikalik' lv irit- junt at the m-usoii
of tin- year you tuvd them niot.
For 1 Sc a Yard.
l.t . I'olui 1'nrU lv-v In
attractive uit tenia, In Ixitti
edtrca and luwrtlon trom 3 to
4 1-4 liirlie l.l. n very roimI
qnallty v hit li wlU nt h l;tc
to li 1--.V rt'irulurly,
For lUcs Yard.
White Point le PurU Ijuv In
ImiiIi lkpa nnl iiiM-rtloim In
rttty UiwIku of a wry dinlr
ntK iiiullty. from 3 1-3 to A In.
Wide. t.'liottv of tlMM whK'li
ununlty m II from l'H: to 1 v
)lriipwniniorB to put tinder your
oirpet.. Sc for M bundle, ist Thk
Prof. C. M. Iyedy will touch in
the Hume nchool during theen-
Kueing school year.
Dr. Slater will bo in hin office
every Wednenday, Thursday,
Friday und Saturday,
liemember the Junior League
K-ial Friday night at the Wal
nut St. M. K. Church.
Mr. J. Ed Jones spent Tuesday
morning with relatives, at butler.
He was accompanied home by his
children who were visiting there.
The Junior League of the Wal
nut, St., M. E. Church will serve
ice cream and cake, in the lec
ture rwitu of the church, next
Friday evening. Patronize and
encourage the little folks.
Memorial day was well observ
ed by the Grand Army of the He-
public, Knights of Pythias and
Woodmen of the "World as organ
izations and by the citizens gen
erally. The afternoon memorial
services at the G. A. K. head
quarters were very impressive.
War songs led by Mr. J. II. Ash
by, with Miss Nannie Huckeby at
the organ.were rendered. Short
speeches were made by Post
master Martin and Geo. P. Huck
eby suitable to the occasion.
Mrs. Elsie Strickland recited a
splendid poem, and the most af
footing and heart touching story
of a Sherman bummer by Miss
Harriet Cole brought tears to
many eyes. Take it all together
this years memorial day was
most appropriately observd and
no false impressions were made.
A Bad Accident.
Last Saturday morning newt
came to the citv that a son of Mr.
A. J. Martin, wto purchased the
Underbill farm beyond Carbon Cen
ter, had been diowned in big muddy
creek the night bef?re. A search
was begun at once for his body and
was kept up until Monday after
noon when the body was found
about a quarter of a mile from the
place his horse entered the
water. He is supposed to have
been on horseback and rade into
the ivater but how the drowning
happened will probably never be
known. The boy was about 16
years old and the only son of his
parents. The family have the sym
pathy of the whole community in
this sad bereavement.
A Hot ltoaat
A local merchant asked a Sa
linn editor to roast the city ad
ministration for letting an itiner
ant peddlT come in there and
iiiiflor.,!! him itn trutul. Tlii w
dads, you will hereby take notice
that you are roasted for jermit
ling peddlers to sell goods here.
The merchant for whom we do
this favor has his job printing
done in Chicago. Kansas City
For 7 12c a Yawl.
Citiuliric i:inlroldr r !- lu
prvtty oH'n I'fTtvtn tu nldtha
up to 7 tui tion. Kxivptloiml
vaiiK-M nt K-t tuit upou which
we luivo phuvd tin? very low
prkv, Friday, of 7 I n
H-ryrd ' mL
For lOc a Yard.
Canilirlo KiuliroldiTlf whlili
nIiow ii'iity of work around
nil edKVtf luuriii)i lonj; wear
it u I lmnl lituiiik-rlujt. ulu-
In tliU lot up to . CtinUt'
i tm .r 'rTin.iiiii mi
1' ifiT 'j
Mju Kibeh w mar.
,KU lJ J"n " c" -
Ilridgett's Catholic church Monday
morning in accordance with the sa
cred ceremony of that church by
Rev. Fr. Murpny in the presence
of a cloud of witnesses.
The bride is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagan and hasjslM-n M hiv1 tlirw t orw-. i'M t
for tome time past been a teaclier in
our schools and is a most excellent
and popular young lady. Mr.
Keehan'a home is in Chicago and
lie became acquainted with his
bride while woiking lor the city on
the water works improvment, The
young couple will make their home
in Chicago for which city they de
parted Monday noon. May they
live long and prosper.
About nine o'clock last Sa'urday
night an alarm of fire was turned in
and the discovery made that the
large residence ot Mr. Hays in the
southeast part of town was on fire.
At it was far beyond the water lim
its the fire department could do no
thing but assist in trying to save the
furniture. Hundreds of people
stood by to tee the house destroyed
by the tlames,unable to do anything
to prevent it. The furuiture in a
more or lest damaged condition
wat saved, but the house was total
ly destroyed. We are informed
there wat about $ooo insurance on
the property but this will not near
cover the loss.
A Popular Office.
It is said that nearly 100 Mis
souri Democrats w ant the office
of state beer inspector. The idea
is probably afloat that the beer
inspector samples all the beer
made in the state.
New Ileal Kstate Firm.
W. M. Dime and J. II. Hair
have formed a partnership in the
real estate business, and take
this method in letting the public
know they are re ready for busi
ness. List your property for
sale with us, and if we dont sell
it well, we propose to hustle for
business, and success makes
business. We look after rents.
pay taxes, insure your property,
and sell you real estate, in haste,
Yours for buiness,
Donk & Baih,
Spend Your Summer Vacation
in the mountains of Colorado,
will secure you furnished
rms for light housekeeping,
give you rates and route you.
Mi!slL M. Colvuxk,
Garfield Co. Colo.
Welcome back, Siitmlilne. Now
aurvly we will have aonie Sttk-d
Jaimn lUihblna brought aome flnt
iIiik fat hogn to market Monday.
Mm. P. C. StoiM-braker stu in our
tM'IghlxirhiMMl Monday on buwlitetwi
conovrnlnir the weight atx lnl given
ttur vk iully w aa vlnlted by ipilte a
evere wind atoriu Monday inonitng
lux-ompnnhsl by some hail and n
henry rniu. Some t nv were blown
down, but no fur we have heard of
no other damage.
Mr F.d Houghton la vUltlng Iht
rhlldi'ii, Mr. and Mra. Fred W'oo.1
at Kirkwood, Kaimaa. thU week
Aa Mra. H. very rarxdy tr't herw If
to nil out lug, it In to be hopetl ulie
will enjoy her vWu
Mr. Win. lUillnoti ot lteavl)y,
vllt4-d ti Wnd at Foter a roupW of
day lat week.
MIh Itannnli Willi of FoMer.wn
a pleaaant rnller at lllow (irttvr
Sat urlny evening. Slie waa aix-om-
Iutiii-. by her friend MIh I-na
Kaiighan. of CnrUin t.Viiter, whol
Mi Hannah giftwt tl.U week.
klr. Win. 1xiu1.t wn n KkU Hill
Mr. Jake KiiKlemna viMitod her
Inter, Mr. Fliitk- of Sprague, a few
day lact week.
Where were nil our brave fWlier-
men Katunlay? Sa fur i we can
karn tlie only one that went were
J. C. tlrlggii and family, Jame ltot-
luou aud wile uud Mr. Nttnuie
i ugkiiMii. AltboUKh ttie water
wb too l.lli rr rl.lilag with boon
and line aud tlie party forgot to take
"wader ' with tbciu, they LaJ au
I I'.jr tlw fwfe rr .mf jr
Jp r 1 alwfc: J,-l,r iVs-
am yon wfiuM t lilM. It tall dr
IfwJ throun1. Asvi-ry on-Vnow
how nriiiMtifill tl Zlr i. tU
will Mi'Mi aliurmt !wr"!ili,
llv-y 81 vlls urtl iu-mm tW
Ayi r IwAtoni with tiU pHrlifsrk la
Im ii imxI bad k'im tut a hjrt wny
i'" '-lffH"l ten iN.unda, and the
othi-ra well, we did not hfnr Jit
how larite th-y w-n-.
Owirlk; lnrk wmt is-nlila; tvirj
dny mornlu;; and In Junt a. bort
tlnif k w rtl aevmUf-o. Oi tin?'
ltrKt, or miiitlifftt., lliarll lidn't
t'll u which weighed nornen here
lietween ten and fifteen pound.
thewe inei are reliable, and If you
don't believe u, Juat ak theru.
V. H. Fraee was abuIoeiM caller
In Klcu Hill Saturday.
It U mrprlnlng to see how fat
everything U trrowing. Corn, tho"
amall for tlie time of year, i look
ing thrifty. OaU la beading out and
gnrdiim are yielding all kinda of
good tliinga to eat.
MUs Nellie Ayer In eomewJiat of a
cripple, hi she ha qnlte a ore foot,
Mm Jim Borrou and pretty little
daughter Kuth, were among the
hoppera In our town Saturday.
We hope to see a cood'.y numbe r
of our I'.tch HU1 friend at the ChU-
dren'n Day exerclsea at Ileavley
chorch next Sunday.
Mlsa Jeannette Wilson arrived on
the noon train Monday to spend a
few weeks vacation with ber parent
Iter. Andrew Wiltwn and wife, at
Monroe Laekey went to ScIk-II City
after a load of feed Saturday.
Sol Kdwarda was trading with
P.utler merchanta Hatnrday.
Ciander Bros., have been puttlDg
op soiue fence during tle wet
Wni. Itouglaa waa down to the
river fishing, Saturday. We did not
find out whether he caught any or
After a week' rest on account of
rain everybody waa planning to
plow corn again Monday, lnt a rain
Sunday evening will keep tlicra out
a few dnys longer.
A good ninny are getting out Into
the corn field with a hoe trying to
keep the weed down.
Quite a number of our citiiens got
together the latter part of laet week
and graded up to the bridge arrow
IHmble liranch. ao people can cro
on It Instead of havingtogothrongh
Happy Hill Sunday Svhool carried
out their Children' Day exrclt in
gtMd order lat Suuday. Tlwre waa
Huch a turn out that the cburvu wa
full and many on tbe outflde that
could not get lu.
Mr. J. It. Wataoti 1 a sufferer
with rheuuiatiriiuthlk rainy weather.
Fred Haeer upeut aevernl day
vlnlting In Nevada and Moundvilie.
J.unc TlioniuK, of Foxier, wan
calling lu Keith olied.iy lrut week.
U-lia Italltiuch U vUHing nt Iter
fliele Ike Neat".
V. . Lynch, of Howell county,
waa slotting old friend la this vlein
It v Kiit ur.l.i v. Ho reiMtrt Ihe rrviim
111 hi county nhead of tlie crp
Im-iv; that they will have a big fruit j'
crop, exo-pt biulihil '.'cle, liey
are a failure. j
Mr. Jo IVlinyer left Sunday (
nl!itfur Springileld. llllnoi. Mr. j
lK-mier telil MlKtut three Hnli
ago mid lia liw-nted there. They
were gKHl nelghlmrs and we will
IiiIhn t lieni.
)ur iM'Ightxir went rMiing the
other day, aud we have t.vti teal
Inu 011 flih nt our Iiuum-.
I'lrt'le IU Neat and family had a
narrow em-npe Sunday night. IJIit
ulug strut k u big uiaplu tree w ithiu
1" fe-l of Hie houiae. They civ a bit
earvd for n few minute, but tltauk
ful It wa uo won.
Valuut Street M. K. Church.
Preaching services at thi-
church ch Sunday at 11 a. m.
and r p. m.
liev. R l Anderson, 1'. h..
will preach at tlie evening ser
vice, and hold the tirt juarterly
conferemv on Monday evening.
Sunday School at . !." a, nv.
Junior Ieague at p. uv
Kpworth liiMgue at 7 p- m.
riayr lmvting on Tliut-diy
evening at .
Tito public n cordially inxit
cd to attend.
1 li. TtMiLWoy, ltcr.
Wtf-rt-tim, HUvr W, Iijtoti n'l
Mary L. Iytn. .! wlf, l,y iit
irtln JI tff tnt dt-d tbe twrn-ty-foirth
Any rf ypf.em!rt I1.
and r"ordd la I'.'w.k K". at px
Z), In tj lf rdr's o?fe A l oty
cotiDty, ll.'uri, cnveye'I to Wt,
F. Tyg'trd, Jr.. nt Trut. t! -I'fwing
d-rl'l-d n-a!-Tt :j!HrJ
la the 'ointy t,i l:m. sutr tt U'-
oirl, to-wlt: A!Iof iota tU'jt i4)-i
tine 9), an I tn (I'M, In U- k f-ir-j
ten fill, ill firwt uMitk.n to tf
town, now i llr, iA I'.U h IIU. Ji-
ourl. witWh a.il'l rouvrArxe wa
1'ivic to w ure th- payment A ajra ' del
rerlain pronijwwjrr botr with tl t.., , .
1 iuu-n.1 iDTm .jM,i- ttf-mi-anca-j
nay. w lixn pm not u irii la
il jei c.f troot. an l
V Ih-iv-jih, l.-f,nuit J,;, I.-n male
in tlx? payment of tlxr latert dux-tbere-.n
"-iiii-arjuua;.'y nm prvVW
in nal'l promUnory no?e a.rj'1 Jj-d
of tmt. altbougii aaid iiiler!t l
long nin'T" Iue. -
Niw. tlerv-1ore. at t!i re-'it fA
the karal hoi'ier of mI4 rorjiiofrt-y
note, anil in fv.t-or-'aryje with tlir
t'.'n:jB of !ed of trat iiCt'-ee If
Iiervby given ttat 1, the nnder!gaed
trucu-e a aJoreaid. will, o-a
j Sjitc ima v.t.'ie 1
'in day tf Jcr.l-",
lK'twen tUe bourn of nine o'clock
In the frenoou and five o'clock in
tlie aft-ruon. at tlje front ioyrof
trie KWi Hill Bank. In tb city of
l:kh H:'J, Bat'u coocty, Mb"cTi,
Iro-eel to eell the aai-i hjre ie
cri!et real tate, or o tc xv: h
tlierwjf a.n may te nwe.-mary. at
public vendue, to the higbi?t bidder
for cash, for the puno of tatMj
ing twii J debt and interest doe tlrrv.
on, eecurr-d an aorwa3d, end the
co.ta and esienii of executing aald
tVji. F. Tvabi, Jsu.
Now is the appointed tine to prepare for th-e
hot, sultry bummer days.
Buy them early, make them early. Oar
DI1ESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is tall of new
"Organdie Superb" and
In the new Floral Designs now so pcpular.
So!J CYfr)l!tTe at 8
if I fMf.aiiiiiajiii,iii Linn .. ttj -- - .. it
For SicM Livers
A PURELY WECETADLE
f TOiO UVt and ttrvn BLOOO. Ona bou. pr-
ci.s4 toiy cvf uit jvvi a Sii i ti-i majrrom.
ci:sfd cr emus ai d tzxt aftis 1
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Mlyont Yoaaaviria T yMM ' '
to p.UiU ttia trtfuaouoi, I Ctef
tc'.lr mwmcttj H.bii- :iwOiija tf
tailor tiulirrs aiUtci Mi SjM." li s
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S. L AMES,
Speoal ace way xesrs:&K.s t'j
Spckar.e, Tacoraa aai Nwrb-aesS
a&d poicr.s i CaUfc-rula. Ttciets
oa sale daily Hatch 1st to II xy 15.
1 905. at rreat.'y reduced r:es i
Xl.ivoari Facinc Ra.Iwsr.
R. A. Baix-Et, Aot.
1-3c, only 5c yard
in ocr vlciow.
O ONSTIPATtOK DYSi:-
A, MALARIA. CwLLS a4
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