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Lee, of East City, cars down Tboradsy to spend week wito. Mis Florence Neat. Mr. W. O. MusKroa, who baa been bar several days on business, returned Friday morning to Kaosa City. ' ' Mrs. H. C. Wallace, Sr., returned Thurs. day Iron) Kansas City, where ah baa been visiting lor a few day. Mr. Will Wernwag cam In yesterdar morolor from Kansas City tor a taw daya lay off from hit mall ran. Misters Frank Groves and Joba Rylaod want to Wlatoo yesterday to spend a lew daya with Mr. T. B. Campbell. Mrs. Branch, and bar two little children, ol Higglaeville, who have bean tbe guests of tbe.famlly of Mr. John Craig, returned home Thursday mgbt. ' : The Letueur place 00 Teoth and Ridge way wag told Thursday alternooo through Mr. Geo. Wilson to Mr. C. B. Noel. Tb consideration was f 1,025. .... Mr. J, Bumgaroer, of Magnolia. III., arrlyed at Leviogton Thursday to take a position wltb the Missouri PactCo sur veying corps at tbla point. Misa Bertloa Jones, wbo baa been visiting ibe family of Mr. J. L. Marshall for tbe past three weeks, left Thursday evening for her borne in Raotaa City." W. G. McCAUSLAND. LOCAL SHOfiT-STOPS. Watson-Msnly. Married, at three o'clock Tuesday atleraouo, at lb Btptiet cituruu in lDi city, Mr. Elwsrd Watson, of Greenville, B. C, and Miss I,bel Minly. Rev. Cba. Manly, latber of the bride, officiated. Misa Linda Manly, the bride's sister, wa maid ot hoojr; Uwaea Alice Peak and Laura Hyde were tbe bridesmaids; Mr. J. Broada Wstaon, brother ol tbe groorr, from Chicago, waa beat man. Tbe grooms men were J. M. Manly, ol tbe University ot Cbioatfo, brother ol tbe bride, wbo ecompauled ber to tbe altar, and Mr. R. A. Apperaoa ol Kansas City. Tbe nsber were Metsra. W. B. Waddell, B.C. Wal lace, Jr., . D. Hlx and B. V. Bolton. Tbe chorch waa beaotilully decorated tor tbe occasion. Back ot tbe pnlpit a white onrtaln with apriga ol feme teat tared over Ita aurface closed the aloove and n heavy arched wreath ol leroa ex tended aroond tbe arch ot tbe alcove. Featooo ot terna extended from tbe aidee ol tbe alcove forward to the chan delier on eacn aide ot the pnlpit and tbe floor space within the polplt waa decor ated wltb btaotitnl potted plante and palm la rich prolaaion. A lew feet In front ol tbe pnlpit an arcb waa erected covered with terns and from Ita center wa suspended the wedding bells Throughout tbe green terne marguerites were profusely scattered sod tbe color scheme ot white and yellow wa main tained throughout. !, IK 1 B1..I. .ulJ.J .1 II.. ..... Mrs. Branch, ot Higglosville, accom-I , f"'" " .Brl K.rnid n.m. n Wednda'v for . P'J Bchobert'a Serenade. Thequar I.ie .Ith ih. l.mllnM,. 1nl,.rli I ww uwu wi c.iiaoBio Dinim V " V V I . . J . . 1 . U..n .... kf rj 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taubmao and Mr. I Chiles and C. A. Phlllipaaao; Wagner's Wm. Cobb rtoroed Thursday night from I "Faithful and True" to which tbe wed ding party entered the church Chattel mortgagee tor sale at tbia office, oeausacb. tt Mr. Ed. Edwards, ot Bodge, la visiting tbe fsmlly of Mr. John Craig. Ur. Ed. Bowman returned Wedneadty Irom s lew days visit in 8t Lou I. Urt. Dare Baecker returned Tuesday from short tit at Sweet Springe. Mr. Joteph Allord srrlved Toeeday Iron Csliapell, Mont., to visit relatives Ur. air. W. O. Musgrov came down from iitniu City Toeedty oa a cosiness trip. Ei-0ofsraor U. 8. Flagree, ol Mich lfts, died Tuesday night at 11:33 id Loodo. Mra. Minerva Manhall went to Kansas City Tuesday evening to vlit ber cbil ina tbre. ' MIm Dlclc Qraddy returned Wednesday reolog from Mareball, where the baa tea on a brief visit. Mr. C. B. Caleff, traveling passenger gent ot tbe Missouri Pacific railroad, wu In the city Thursday. Mn. John Boor, Jr., and little eon ctue up Tuesday evening from Sedalla , visit relatives In onr city. i udge B. D. Weed! 0 returned Wed oesday moraine? from Aullville. where be has Uea doing some surveying. Eev. J. M. Cheney, ot Independence, wu in tbe city Wednesday viamog dib ctuebter, Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Rev. Z. If. William and wits left Tuesday evening to spend a few days with frisnds in Richmond, Mo. Mr. Sbslton Fulkersoo came Id Tussday Bight from Nevada. Mo., to visit wltb Lexington friend lor a abort time. Capt. A. A. Leeueur and wife came own Tuesday from Kansas City and trt tb guests ol Mr. J. O. Lesneur's family. Mis Frsda Lepper, who baa been visit- leg tor tbe past week In Concordia, re turned home Wednesday afternooo on the 6:lltraln. Mr. Wm. Harl, representing the Kso u City Star, who bas been here lor the put ten davs. returned Tuesday to Kansas City. Mr. Jamas Roberta, court stenographer, "bo has been here la attendance upon criminal court, lett Tuesday night lor bia aomtat Marthall. Judgs J. M. Phillip and wlte, ot Kan m City, wbo ware tbe goeite of Dr, Mtnly lor a couole ot days, returned ome Tuesday evening. Mr. S. B. 8temmer, who bas been vis lung bis sitter, Mrs. James Robinson lor the pest ten days, Isft Wednesday for his home In St. Louis. Mist Mary Calhoun, of Liberty, Mo., no ha been here lor a tew days tbe goeat ot Dr. Manly'a family, returned borne Thursday morning. Prol. C. W. Beebrlog, tbe populartuper loteodent ot tbe Bigginsville public cnooU, waa in oar city Tbartdsy at tending the teacbera' institute. Dr. T. D. Miller, general agent of tbe Ketley ioetltuteat Kanaas City, spent the day in our, city Wsdneedey nod went to HlRgiDsvilla Thursday morning. Mr. Geo, Kerdolff entertained a few friend at hi homo in College place Tuesday olgbb io. honor of bis cousin Mitt Ettelle Carson, of Fayette, Mo. Miss Carrie Fulksrsoo came In Toeeday -at iron Nevada. Mo., and was PJMt ot Mr. Oeear Thomas. She 1; Wednesday to visit friends at Manhall Mitees Dtisy Powell. Edith Powell and Alice Mouotjoy left Thursday to visit frfenda in Richmond and to be present it tbe opening of Richmond's nsw opera bouse. mr. rbrlck tbe O. R. Alexander baa purcbaeed tbe bonte known at the Saunders bouse on tbe northwest corner ot Ninth and South streets and will use It tor bis residence. Rev. B. C. Btrton. wbo delivered an Interesting talk at fb Baptist cbnrch Wednesday night, lsft(Tbursday for Wel lington to attend a missionary meeting attbat place. Mr. W.J. Ballew, ot Biggtaivilie, wbo baa been spend Ing a couple of days in our city in tbe Interest of bis application for state mine inspector, left tor home Wed- oesday eveolng. Mrs. B. H. Weeeendort and daughters, wbo bsvebeen here visiting relatives tor short time, lett Thursday tor Black burn, Mo., to vlait Mrs. WesteodorPs sister, Mrs. J. D. Daehler. Rev. D. Euchmueller returned Wed nesday from Norborue, Mo. Be brought ith bim a bead of wheat picked at ran dom near Norborne. It is about five inches long and la well filled. . A few of our young society people gave a picnic, and supper on Neet's bill Thursday evening, complimentary to Mite elstelle Carson, of Fayette, wbo is visiting ber aunt, Mrs. W. F. Kerdolff, Jr. Mr. Santord Thornton and wife are bow permanently located la their cosy cottage home on Main street, between Seven teenth and Eighteenth streets, baviag completed their moving yesUrday. Mr. J. A. McLaughlin, tbe gentleman wbo Is buying so many 1 walnut logs la the vicinity of Lexington, left Wednesday morning for a short trip to Glasgow, Mo., to aee about tbe shipment of some logs from there. Mr. Leroy Farmer went to Kaoaa City Tuesday alternoon to meet bia mother wltb tbe remains ot Mr. Farmer'e sister, Be will acoompaoy the remaina to Qlaigow, where tbe funeral took place Wednesday morning. Messrs. Geo. M. Mouatjoy and G. W. Stier leftTborsday evening for a lew days nutlnir at McAleeter Spring. Mr. Stler carried with him a straw bat of such dimensions that it would serve both ss sunshade and umbrella In tbe event of rata. Tbe rain bare Wednesday was a most welcome visitor. Tbe longest dry spell known for seare so early In tbe season bas caused the berry crop to be very macb cut dowo, though wheat sod corn seem tn be atlll doing well. Mors ol it will not go amiss Rev. Z. M. Williams, president of Cen tral Female college, lett Thuraday tor Dearborn, Mo., to attend tbe Epworth League conference and deliver an addrese. Mrs. Williams also left that morning. She Is going for a visit to her old home at Gallatin. Mo. The criminal court adjourned Tuesday until tbe October term. Very little bus iness was done, several esses being con tinued and some pleading guilty. Judge Rich left tbst night for horns accompanied by bis two little daughters, who were here witn bita ew days. An accident on tbe new work on the Missouri Paoiflc extension eastotBoon vllle Is reported to have caused the death ot two workmen and to have -Injured several others, A blast bad been pre oared that failed to go off at the proper r .. . . mm rfc-. man . Thi n'sfti win. wu ' - V'-:Zt -ith fatal teanlti, dilalls are IN obtainable at present, Cbilllcotbe, Mo., where tbey have been to visit Mrs. John Poage, Mia. Taubmao's sister. Miss Willie Brown, ot Oak Grove. Mo wbo bas been attending tbe teacbera' institute, left yesterday - for ber home. She will stop a abort time at Napoleon belora going to Oak Grove. . Mr. Oscar Thomas went to Boonvllle yesterday. He took wltb bim tbe two negro boys wbo were sentenced at tbe laat term ot tbe criminal court to tbe Boonville reform school. Boo. Alex Leeueur, of Kansas City, wbo baa been spending several days 00 boa- innet In our city, returned borne Thurs day evening. Be waa accompanied by bia wife and little daughter, Mia Celeate Leeueur. Ml M M CELEBRATION AT THE FAIIt GHOU1TDS, XXiggins?iller Ho, A most interesting has been arranged programme Grand Parade In the Morning Judge Samuel Davis, will deliver an address Basket Dinner, at 12:30 o'clock Tbe ushers led tbe procession, taking placee on either aide of tbe minister, wbo stood id trout of tbe pulpit and between it and tbe bridal arch. Following them were the bridesmaids and maid ol honor the groomsmen, tbe groom with bi brother and tbe bride wltb ber brother Baaketa of marguerite, maiden bair fern and yellow roses were carried before tbe bride by ber little niece and oepbew, Esther and Charles Keodrick, Tbe bride and groom stood under the arcb from wntcb tbe wedding belle were sus pended and in a beautiful and Impressive ceremony were uoited in holy wedlock by tbe bride's father. After tbe ceremony tbe bridal party left tbe church to tbe stirring strains ol Mendelssohn's wedding march and re paired to the bride'e boms wbere so excellent supper and refresbmeota were served. Tbe bride's gown was of pure white crepe veloure made over alls trimmed with lace, pearl bucklea and white velvet. Her veil waa crowned by a epray of orange blossoms and the carried a large arm bouquet ot bridee' roses. Tb bridesmaid gowns were ot yellow embroidered silk moll with picture bale of yellow and white; bouquets of perle de jardin roses. Tbe bride is one of Lexington's most intelligent and highly cultured ladles sod k possessed of a degree ol refinement sod those womanly graces that go to make op a beautiful and loving womanly char acter, and tbongb bot a few years a resi dent ot our city, has won ths love and esteem of all with whom she baa been associated. Tbe groom is a young gentleman ot floe Cbristtan character and of high ttaodlng tn the community in which be reside, Tbe bride and groom took the 8 o'clock train that night for Wasbiogtoo, D. C, to visit for a tew, days Mr. Cbas. M. Manly, the bride'e brother, before going to Greenville, 8. C, their future borne. Tbe Iotklligbncer wisbee tbem macb happiness. Tbe following guests from a distance attended tbe wedding: Mrs. J. I. Ken drick, Safford, Ala.; Judge and Mrs. Jobo M. Philips, Kansas City, Mo,; Miss Mary Calhoun, Liberty, Mo.; Misses Mary and Belen Patrick, Marlon, Ala. Teachers' Institute Entertained. At tbe Bsptiet college cbtpel Tuesday igbl aa excellent entertainment waa given by our musical talent ae a com pliment to tbe teacbera now to the city attending tbe teachers' institute. Tbe following Is the programme: ' Piano Solo "Vale de Concert" , Wleniawskl Misa Alice Tbelma Krlebn. Monologue "Copid'e Victim" .. Livingston Raasell Miss Leteie Clare Batte. Vocal Solo-"Lollaby" Miss Mary Henry. Piano Solo "La Gtselle" Hoffman Miss Ethel Dswson. Reading "The Uncle" Mr. Benjamin Bolton. Vocal Solo "Among the Lillet" Mr. Harry 8t. Clair. Violin Solo 8electd Prof. E. J. Stark. Quartette "Sleep Little Baby of Mine".. Mesars. 8U Clair, Bix, Taubmao and Price. Reading "Death Bridge ot thsTay" Bliss Frances Young. Vocal Solo Selected....... Miss Elizabeth Smith. Piano Solo Selected Prof. Rudolph Rlcbter. . Tbe above programme was rendered la tbe auperlor manner warranted by the names of tboae who took part. It waa greatiy enjoyed by all who were per mitted to be pretest. After tbe completion of the exercises at tbe chapel the gnests went to tbe high school ysrd opposite tbe cbtpel. The yard waa prettily illuminated tod tables bad been placed for tbe accommodation ot tbe guests. An excellent eopper bad been prepared and all partook thereof wltb much plesaurel Tbe oocastqn was one long to be re membered by tbe teachers of Lafayette county and tbelr friends, and tbe parties getting op tbe entertainment are to be congratulated on ita complete success. Ramey-Hassell. Mrrrled, In tbe parlors ot the Planters hotel, St. Louis, Mo., Jane lTtb, 1901, tt an 1 -j. -1 r.l,aWMl,j!;30 p. m., by Rev. W W.Boyd of tbe mi Kinus ui races, geoood Baptist cburob, Col. James F, and the Grand Mobile Buck i MU LoaL-HMseU- J" 1 Dome 01 newijr mmi i in wna vo Dance bv the 'warmest coons' wbeatoo.m I The bride Is one ot oar most acoom s in the county. Fuller plisbed and refined youog ladies. She was born and reared In our midst, and received ber education in our borne sohools. Until recently she has resided In our city wltb ber father. Dr. J. F. Hassell, now deceased. She belongs to an excellent family ana movea in our best social circle add Mr. Ramey bas won a life companion worthy of bis best and truest love. Mr. Ramey is also from Lafarette county and 1 one of tbe best known and moat eucoeisful horse men in tbe state, and Is well known in floe stock circles throughout tbe country. He bas recently ku. annnintAft rtianionr nf the Gretna ever witnessed in Lafayette Co. Lto:k farm at wheatoo, m.,the largest fine stook farm In that state, and know lng him aa we do in Lafayette county we are satisfied that be ia capable ol band' Hog Gretna farm successfully. The Intelligencer extends oongrat- Special Excursion Rates on all Rail- nlatiooa and wlabea Mr. and Mrs. Karney p , . . unalloyed pleasure and happiness In life's roads. Come and meet your friends journey. at the finest picnic ground In the state MrP Wm, Ha Cbuei ano son, Mr. Henry IrhlUa lfr. ThnvaHa VAnlnr to Visit CX)M. ON ARRANGKJIENTS, j ' K Th.- . .u.aaaklaayl ke lltls tVClslBl HATm rVim. Should it rain on the 4th the pro- Alooka wh0 bM tta Initio Mrs. Chiles gram will be given in full on the 5th. I tor oiDa time. Music All Day and Band Concert in the evenine. The most elaborate display of ....... . Fire Works Everything Free Institute Resolutions. Whereas, tbe Lafayette County Insti tute Is about to clots its annual eeesion at Lexington, we deaire to avail ourselves of an opportunity to declare tbe sense of said institute. Therefore, be it resolved: 1. That we tender our sincere thanks to Prof. Jos. Kueble, and express a high degree ot praise, merited by bim, for the excellent manner. In whioh he has con ducted tbe deliberations ot tbe aeaelon. We also sxpress our thanks to tats able assistants, Profs. Tompkins tod Phillips. 2. That it affords us Infinite pleasure to express our appreciation of tbe cour teous and hospitable entertainment ac corded to us by tbe ottizens ot Lexington. 8. Tbat we tender our thanks to the Lexington school board for courtesies; to tbe management of Baptist college for tbe use of tbe college cbtpel; to the papers of tbe city for press notices and especially to tbe Lexington Intelligen ces for complimentary printing. 4. Tbat tbe entertainment provided Inr our pleasure by our associate teachers nt Lexington waa an event highly com plimentary, and we await ao opportunity to reciprocate, when tbey are stranger Within OCR gate. 5. Tbat we desire tnexprsM our appre ciation of the very acceptable manner la wblob Miss Marie Cos and Prof. Phillip conducted tbe music, which added very greatly to tbe pleasure ot tbe institute. 6. That we extend our appreciative tbaoka to Mr. Carrlngton tor bia able address. - 7. Tbat all teacbera should become members of tbe reading circle. 8 That we endorse tbe Missouri Btste Journal, B, Tbat we are ot the opinion that ths adoption ot county aupervislon woold be of tbe greatest value to tbe tobools ot tbe county.' and we hope and anticipate that our schools may be brought within its benefloeot provisions. 10. That we believe that tbe institute law Inasmuch as it separates tbe Insti tute from the exsminationt is a great stride in educational progress; but, we, as teachers, cannot fully endorse ths law, because no provision is tntde for its permanency. Respectfully submitted, Committee. A Pleasant picnic. Tburtdav eveolng at ths Invitation of Miss Cornelia Ryland and Mlas Lessie Bale about twenty-five of our young' eoclety people, chaperoned by Mrs, W. F. Kerdolff and Misa Mollie Eaton, gathered' on Neet'e point lor a picnic In honor of Mis Estelle Careoo, ot Fayette, Mo. , Tbe young ladies ot tbe party furnished the basket and an excellent luncheon was furnished, consisting of almost every thing tbat waa good to eat sod in great abundance. Tbe quartette eompoeed of Messrs. Hix, Prioe, St. Clair and Taub mao added much to the pleasure of the evening by their aweet'aod beautiful aongs. After tbe eopper on tbe bill the party returned to the residence ot Rer. Xen. Rylaod where tbey spent the erenlng. pleasantly Id social conversation enliven-, ed by more aongs by tbe quartette, piano muslo by MLsa Alios Krieba and Mr. Lawtoo Gordon and a solo by Mr. Barry St. Clair. Tbe evening was greatly en Joyed by all and tbe young ladles who got up the picnio are to be congratulated oa Its success. . . Mrs. Henry Gelier, wbo bss been here for tbe past few weeks with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ring, Isft Tuesday evening for AogosU. Oklahoma, tibsre Ur, Qelzer ha gone Into basiaeas. -V"-" ' -Ww , a. -'.X T"