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CREAM Highest Honors, World'4 Fair OolJ Medal, Midwinter Fair old Bhi Powder. eonUlalaj; alum. fh'T injwrt.,ii to hoaltli KISCELLASEOUS MELANGE. iFromSatnrdaj'eDaUy.l Mr. Geo. Mount joy and wife left his mcming for a visit of a few Sr3 in Kansas City. . Mrs. Dr. N. B. Payne- left this Horning for Jopllo, Mo., where sbe !oe3 to visit her brother, Mr George remple. .. , , . lbs transtar company keeps call book t tb Mammoth livery atabl aod ooa at be Grand Central hotel. Lear orders at bM places, tf Mrs. George Trail left this morn, pg for Marshall. Sbe : will spend a Duple of weeks there witu her ter, Mrs. it. a.( xusaey. Mrs. Chas. Marshall, who has been jlting the family of ber father, Mr. T. John, returned this morning ) ber home at Kansas City. Cborch of Christ' Scientist, Boodey tr?lces it follow: 10:30 a. m., Sunday tboolH:30a. n.,atKBit)U ot Pythias ill, All ara cordial) lavlwd. tl I The Misses Craig will entertain a w friends this evening at their jomc in booor of Miss Ursula Branch, Lelr guest from Uiggiusville. Mies Nannie Cblno retorned yes rrdsy evening from Sedalla, where be bas been attending the Missouri hriblluo Bible school convention. , Mis Rachel Aodreen returned e'terdujr evening from llijgtusvllle, rhere oho has been visiting the lutly of Mrs. A. Wade for a tew ays. i :Mrn. ft A. Donnelly aod little LUK&kr, Frances, wbu have beeo iitiofi friends here for some days, (l turned yesterday evening to tbelr m at Kansas Lay. Miss Mollle Eaton, sister of Mrs. f. F. Kerdolff, Jr., aod Miss Kstelle larson, her oiece, came up yesterday veiling from their home at Fayette, la., fur a visit in our city. Mr. W. II. Otto, a member of the irp ot civil engineers at work here )r tbe Missouri Pacific railroad, wves this evening for a visit over uoday at bis home in Jefferson City. Mothers who would keep tbelr children i food aasltb abonld watch for tbe first mptoma of worm and remove them Ua While'! Cream Vermifuge. Price, cents. For eaJa by Crnsbaw & Young-. Mr. f'erd Smith lost a valuable orse tbe pact week. He had sent ie har into town to brlug out a uKgy that was being repaired here 'id the borse dropped dead on the, aa to towu. Mr. Griff Buford left this morning t tier borne at Lincoln, lSeb., after Tijit here with the family of Dr. ' R. Kckle. She was acsoinpanled f Master Coleman Kckle, little Mis? lizabeth Kckle and M'" X'annie bion. . The picnic on NoetV hill, n an priced in yesterday' daily, took '3Cf according to programme. The iuples drove out In bougies at about o'clock and a delightful picnic ipper was enjoyad and a pleasant me was bad by all. Mny woman fail to dlgt their food, id o bseorn pale, sallow, tbio aod mi. wall tbe brifbtaiss. frrsboeea id beaut-y of ib akin and complexion 'parts. Ksmedy thie by taking Uerbio tr ch meal, to digest what you bev 'ten. price, 10 seota, Far le by rshw 4 Yooog. B-tmt Miws Bessie Bowman, Leah Chew, fliati Burden aod Annie Trigg re rued yesterday evening from the ouse party which thev have beeo tteoding at Mrs. Gill Goodwin's far Alma. Tbty report having had delightful time and they are loud rbeir praise of their hostess. Mrs. cl win. I From Monday's Dally. Mr- Sam Sawyer came In Sunday ' jrning to visit the home folks. Mr. R.,yd Gilkeson came in l:it 'sht for a visit with the home folks. 'torn, in this city. Saturday niorn- ''I the wife of Mr. Win. Park, a in. Mr. James Gilkeson came In Satur nigln to visit the home folks fcre, ""iuri fliers and son vmeUdthiR.D- WttditwenttoAull vll to th. morning to do some sur veymg near there. Kansas iCity last night and is Tlstiting Mn. James II. Hall. tv,5Ir!' E.d,1 Edward. -of Hodge, was the guest last, night ot Mr w. F Ldwards in our city. Miss Zilla Branch came up from Hlgglnsv.lle Saturday evtutug to visit the Misses Craig. Mrs. Chas. Morrison came down from Kansas City Saturday night for a visit with relatives here. Miss Lucy May Payne went to Kansas City this morning to visit the family of Mrs. Chas. Morrison. Mr. Marshall J. Williams, of Kan. sas City, spent the day here yester day visiting Lexicgton friends. Mr. Fred Wllsnn nf h. p. , Fsedendall & Wilson, left last eight lora Dusmess trip to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whitp. rf trm sas City, spent tbe day here yester day, the guests of Mrs. isy gratz. Col. Kelloee. of W. M. A., whr. uas oeen snend n? a rew rlava at. Omaha, Neb., returned homp Rt nr. day evening. Mr. Bert Taubman and vifonM Mr. Wm. Cobb leftyesteidav evening for Chillicothe. Mo., to visit Mm John Ponge. Miss Marv Calhoun, ot Lihprt came down yesterday afternoon for a vibil wun ilie dauiiUters or r.ev Chas. Manly. Mr. Luther Crenshaw, who has beeo snendimr several dvs viqitini the home folks, left Saturday evening ror&t. xxui9. Mr. Rufus Younc and wife from the county will leave tomorrow to viti(, ineirsou, Air. James loung, at Montrose, Vol. Miss Bettie Havs. who has bee vlsitlDi? reluLiveM in Kansas flilv Tut several weeks, returned to Lexicgton haturaay night. Mrs. Dr. ' Kwart, of . Marvsville. Kas., who has been visltiog Mrs. Dan Cullard for tbe Dast week, re- turned home this uoroiog. Miss Lulu VlvUn. of Ulgginsville, who hits been atu-ndin tli6 institute the past week, weot home alurd;y evening to stay over Sunday. : Fob BaXB- f bar for eal a rood oar- log boeioeas, aboat two thousand cab required. For fall particolaraeall on P. Lea Wallace, agent, Lexington, Mo. 4-27 Misses Marv and Matlie Lauder- back, who were attending tbe teach ers' institute lat week, went t Faire City Saturday evebiog to stay over Sunday. Mr. T. C. Butts and wife went to Kansas City yesterday morning. From there Mrs. Butts will go to Cowgill, Mo., for a visit with her pareots. Mr. W. B. Jquru8y, who is at the ht-ari nf one of the tturvevinif r,artie-t on tb Missouri Pacific work here, spent yesterday at bis home ia Hig; gicsviue- Mi.sj May Sharp, who has been visiting friends here for a few weeks, left this morning for West Plains, Mo., for a visit with frieodt and relatives. Mrs. Jotepli L. Martin and chil dren, wbo have been ptoding a week with the family of Mr. Geo. Trail, returned home to Kansas City yes terday afternoon. Mr. S. W. Staffer went to Kansas City yesterday to speod the day. He was accompanied by his son, Paul, who will visit friends in the city for two or three weeks. Miss Madge Nicholson and Miss Lydia Schaefermeyer left eterday evening for Junction City, Kas., to visit Mrs. H. W. Wessendorf, Miss Schacfermeyer's sister. Miss Ruth McDonald, wbo ha been visiting tbe Misses Teak for several weeks, lea this morning for a short visit at nigginsville before going to her home at Rocky Ford, Colorado. County school commissioner, Prof Joseph Kuebls, went to Higginsvllle Saturday evening to remaio over Sunday and came back this morning to cooUnue the institute work hero this week. Mr. Ed. V. Siaitk, who has for some time been with tbe U. S. Trust Co., of Kansas City, has this week accepted a position with the Inter tate National bank at the Kansas City stock yards. ! If the stomach performs Its functions sctively and regularly, tbe food of which j i Is the receptacle, is transformed into I blood of a nourishing quality, which fur i ;c,ha uifor sod warmth to the whole body Herbine gives tone to the lomaci aod promotes dilution snd aHtmilation. Price, 5S cents. For sale bv Crenshaw A Yousg. 6'lml ' Marriage licenses were issued this morning to the following: Mr. Ale aider Tabb and Miss Helen E Lay, oom or IIlKglQM-ille: Mr. James Leslie Groves aod Miss Louie Kanip meyer, both of Higginsviile. Kev. J. E. McDonald nnrl- wife and two children came up yesterday from uigginsvaie and are the quests of Rev. R. s. Hunter. Mr. McDonald preached at the Methodic church yesterday in the place of Rev. J. C. uieo. Mr. Courtland Rradh3a- uhn tins been visitinir the familr r.f Mr. John E. Burden for several weeks, left this morning for Edwardsvllle, Illinois. uuring els visit here be has made tnacv warm friends who rrcrpt. rn see him leave. Mrs. E. K. Wolfe, wbo has been visiting relatives here for several weeks, returned this morninz to her home at Harrison vllle, Mo. Sbe was accompanied by ber father. M. H. B. Tunstall, who will bpend the day with "' aiiiouuiui: ou uis way in Nerada. Mr. Leror Farmer received a tele. grata this mornimr annou.ic.im thp death yesterday afteroon at Canon City, Col., of his sister, Miss Virginia uanopbell Farmer, aged 21 years. Mrs. S. J. Farmer, Mr. Farmer's mother; will arrive in Kansas City wun the remains tomorrow after noon. Mr. Farmer will meet ber there tomorrow afternoon and trill go with her to Glasgow, where the tunerai win take place Wednesday morning. Mr. Farmer has the arm. pathy of our community in this sad oereavement. to order from . . $13.5.0 TO $50 00 . You do not have to select from a small sample, we show you the woolens 'and you can tell better what will suit you, Fit Warrentcd. We handlea large stock of.... Furnishing Goods and Hats, Shirts and Underwear in an endless profession of up-to-date patterns. Giv'e i us a call D SUITS From Tuesday'a Dally. Mr. Isv Gratz. returned this mum. iOU from Kultnn. k'r i Mrs. W. C. Allen, of Kansas Citv. came down last night to vi?it her motner, Mrs. Fletcher. Mrs. Geo. M. Mnnntinr ri-t:irnrrt last night from a visit with friends ana relatives at Kansas Citv. Mr. Ernest Kriehn left vesterd.iv afteroooon for Chicago, after a few days' visit with his father's titmily. Mr. Glover Branch came in 'ast niiiht from Washington and is visit,. log the family of his, father south of to wo. The transfer company keeps a call book at th Mammoth livery atable. and on at ths Grand Central hotel. Leave orders at thaaaiplaeas. t0-27-rf Miss Rosa Levin, who has been spending seme days with her mother lo Kansas City, returned to Lexlng ton this morning. Mrs. Carl nays left this morning to spend the summer at her old home at Pueblo, Col. Mr. Hays accompanied ner to Kansas ulty. Judge J. M. Phillips and wife and Mr. Riohard Appersoo, all of Kansas City, came down last night to visit me lamtiy or vr. Chas. Manly. Bomb Mokbt to Loa, On tood real aetata security, la soma of 900 and up, at 7 per eent. No commission, no red tape. Apply to J. Q. Platonborg. tf M'. Robert Berrie went to Jeffer son City last night to look up some additional details on tbe plans ot the Confederate, home building at Hig gtnsvllle. Dr. Lyman Ewlng and wife, wbo have ten visiting the family of Dr. Bartens, Mrs. Ewing's father, re turned this morning to their home In St. Louis. Miss Annie Allen left yesterday evening for Drake University at Des Moines, Iowa, where she goes to take a special summer course in High school work. Capt. Ryland Todhunter and Mr. S. N. Wilson left this morniug (or Versailles. Mo., where they go to look up some Morgan county land. They will be gone several duys. Mr. Jesse Crenshaw left this morn, lng for Pertle Springs, near War. rensburtr. to attend the State Phar. muceutical association, aod will be gone until the last of the week. x You fuel better at one etter nslog ELerbioe, you eooy your food mors, and you get tnor aouriabment aad lovlgora. tiar force out of what yon sat. Hence Herbine wake you strong, vigorous sod obearful. Price, SO cents. For sale by Crenshaw 4 Young. 8-lmI Mr. T. C. Butts left this morning for Cowgill, Mo., where his wife has been fur several days visiting her parents. From there be will go on a Sshing and camping trip for several days. ' Miss Martha Ciensbaw returned last oight from a visit to Kansas City. She was accompanied by Mrs. Tom Crenshaw and tbe baby, who came dowo for a visit with Mr. T. C. Crenshaw's family. ;' Tbe Missouri Pacific has put lo some new floor on tbe platform at its station. This is a great improve ruent as far as it goes and the only regret is that they stopped before they covered the entire platform, a thing very much needed. To save mending, avoid breaking, end to avoid goffering, prevent congbs and colds by tbs timely oss of Ballard's Hore hound Syrup. It is a sste, sure and swift remedy for all bronchia! ailments. Pries, 2S and 50 cents. For sale bv Creo sbsw & Young. 6-1 ml Mrs. I. W. Bnulware. who has been visiting Iter daughter, Mrs. Jas, R. Moorehead, for several weeks, re turned this morning to her home at Fulton. Mo. ' She was accompanied by Master Winpate Moorebead, who goes to Fulton for a visit. Misses Agnes, Jean ' and Grace Arnold Farley left last night for Sedalia in company with their father. Lexington regrets to see Mr. Farley and his family move away, but wishes .them well In their new home since they deem it best to move. If you ars troubled with that most no comfortable disease called piles, don't aeglact it. Don't 1st the complaint est a Arm bold. Every aay the diasas is osg lctd it awow wrs. Commanr at oar to os Tabler'e 1 Boofeeye PU Ointment, tbe relief is Immediate, and cure infalli ble. Price, 60 cants in bottlee. Tubes, 79 cents. For sale by Crenshaw ft Young. Mr. David Heathman returned last niiafat from about a month's visit in Mississippi. He attended the con federate reunion at Memphis on hn way there. Most of his time while there has been spent at Oxford and Orwood, the former home of his parents, wuo came from there to i Missouri, and he has been visiting his relatives there, He reports hav inii had a delightful time and duriiiu' his stay weirf out on a camping ex pedition where they found an abun dance of frogs, young squirrels and tine fish, Dave "looks like he has been living off of t he fat of the land. 1 n rai There is nothing that makes a man fetl better than the knowledge of being well dressed. When you have a suit made from the newest materials, just the style and a perfect fit you have this knowledge. Our suits have the style, fit and material; the quality and workmanship are guaranteed . . , . . Witten berg t i Tbs T - Tailor. t I Over Ludwig8' Jewelry Store I The Misses Peak Entertain. Misses Mae and Alice Teak enter tained a oumber of their friend last Friday afternoon in honor of Misi Isabel Manly. The amusement of the afternoon was a drawing contest. Each guest was ruroisDea with two cards. On one card was a pen and Ink sketch of so up-to-date girl, The other eard was blank and the contest was to make the best copy of the picture on the blank card in a limited time. About an hour was spent in drawing be for j tbe pictures were turned la to the judges, who were some of the guests who were oot drawing tbe pictures. After an examination of the work done it was decided that Mrs." M. Williams, Miss Laora Hyde aod Miss . Nettle Pulliam had done equally' well. On drawing tbe prize was won by Mrs. Williams. It was a pretty hand painted plaque. Ice cream, ; strawberry ice and a variety of cakes and salted almonds were served to the guests. The plsasure of the afternoon was greatly enhanced by the singing, at Intervals durittg the afternoon, of Misses Bessie Bradley and Annia Manley. The Misses Peak, as is their custom, made the afternoon a most delightful one for their guests, and it was greatly enjoyed by all. Qeneral Manager's Special. The special train or General Man ager Uusscll Harding, of the Missouri Pacific railroad, came In to Lexing ton station Friday, June 14, from a tour of Inspection over the J. C. R. k L. branch between here and Hoon ville and over the line from here to Independence. On the train wert General Manager Russell Harding, General Superintendent H. G. Clark and Superintendent D. nardy.' They remained here until about 11 o'clock last night in consultation with tbe engineers and others carrying on tbe work of improvement from this point aod they went east to Jefferson City. The Missouri Pacific evidently means business on tbe J. C. B. Jt L. and every thing possible Is bning done to push the work to a speedy completion. If Jefferson City is made a division point Lexington is just about the right distance from there to make it another division point and it might be profitable for our people to look Into this matter. Mrs. Colo's at Hone. Mrs. Alvin V. Cole entertained a number of ber friends last Saturday afternoon at her pleasant home on Franklin avenue. Carnations and nasturtiums in vases about the rooms produced a plsasmg effect in blending ot colors and gave tbe home an in viting appearance. Tbe amusement of the afternoon was a series of questions on "Your self," testing the knowledge ot the guests on the subject of anatomy. The prize, a pretty band-painted china plate, was woo by Mrs. W. B. Bolton, who succeeded In answering all the questions oorrectly. The re freshments were strawberry ice cream, lemon ice, assortment ot cake and chocolate nut candy. Miss Alice Peak added to the pleasure of the afternoon by several selections of piano music. Mrs. Cole has made many friends in our leading social circles during tbe short time, she has resided in our city, and her afternoon gatherings are always en joyed by her guests. FOB 8ALI. A desirabl bom in Higgintvitle, Mo., 100x140 tsat, oa Main street. Two build in? oo ths ground; wHl sell separately, at a bargain ; terms easy. Apply to A, Wade, 8-1513 Higgiogville, Mo. Justices of tbe peace and notaries public can bs supplied with cbattle mortgages at this office, at 6 cents per copy. Al kinds of blanks rrioted to order, tf Several good farms for rent. Apply to J.Q. Plsttent. 2-10tf.