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bURNlTURE. WINKLER RNITURE all tiMDi or nisj, Planing Stroll Sawing, Etc Weslioeepoonstantlyon Lir Banisters, Newel Posts, Walnut Coffins, &c. Lttllic and Wooden Burial Cases Always on hand. Lr respectfully ask the attention of all to L .nicies of their manufacture, pledging Lselnes to sell m cheap m sucb article! ioW bought. Winkler Furniture Co. MISCELLANEOUS MELANGE, o iFrom Saturday' Daily.l Miss Florence Hall went to nig Seville this morning for a visit to riends. Miss Jean Meng went to Dover this ... . - . j . a Unim? for a v sit 10 menus auu r " Wives. Matpr Trebor Smith, of Kansas Tity, Is visiting His young rnena fenryC. Chiles. Vr Wm. F. Hlnesley left this timing for Louisville, Ky., ior it to lils brother. Mls Nannie Gordon returned last .lit from an extended visit to f alter uod Nevada. Mr. Reed Moore, of Meeker, Col., rrlved last night for a visit to Iriends and relatives. Mrs. R. Miller, of Kansas City, irrived last night for a visit to Mr. ad Mrs. John Morrison. Mrs. N. G. Tomkins, of Kansas iitv, arrived last night for a visit to lr. and Mrs. E. B. Campbell. Tbe Enterprise Implement and feed (ore Mill the best that money can buy. U. W. Kruse, Hlggiosville, Mo. 8 10t4 Three negroes were given five days ich io jail this moroing by Judge j'Malley for stealing watermelons. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Eaton turned last night from a two weeks isit to Mr. Eaton's parents at Fay ftte. Mrs. J. T. Conwiy returned to her tome in Marshall this morning, after i visit to Mr. and Mrs. John R. Potts. Misses Louise and I task a Atkinson, pf Independence, arrived last night a visit to Misses Agnes and Mary on. Mrs. John Roonev and two chll- "en, of St. Louis, who have oeen istlltitr friends and relatives here lie rjast month, returned home this lomlng. A marriage license was Issued this wrning for Fred C. Hartman, oi 'oucordia, and Miss Ida MJlartiuan, ' Emma. Mrs. M. F. Klrtley, of Harrison. flllc, returned to her home yesterday Wilng, after a two weeks' visit to 'riends here. Misses Lizzie and Sena Alford and r. Harry St. Clair left for Mc- Alester Snrlns this morning to r " "Ptnd a few days. Mrs. W. O. Park returned to her oroe In Kansas City this morning, titer a few days' visit to Mr. John Potts and family. Miss Ada Ryland returned to her kwe Id Kansas City yesterday even N?. after a weeks' visit to her aunt, Mr9. James McKean. Mrs. Will Wehner and Miss Mattle Fanunann, of Sweet Springs, arrived JMerday evening for a visit to Mr. rs. Wm. Meyer. Mrs. Wm. Bell and daughter. Mi Mary, arrived last night from St. Louis for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Stramcke. Mrs. Henry Klee and babv. of Memphis, Tenn., arrived yesterday evening for a visit to her sister-in- law. Miss Emma Klee. Mrs. Wm. E. Hard returned to her home In Sedalia last night, after a few days' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGrew. Mrs. II. L. McDonald and daugh ter, Louise, of St. Joseph, arrived last night for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wallace. Miss Freda Nohme, of St. Louis, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs, R. Engelhard for the past week, returned to her home this morning, Miss Emma Nell, who has been spending the past two months at Cripple Creek, Col., passed through here this morning on her way to ber home In Waverly. Misses Ottle Shelton, Margaret Bryant and Laura Moore returned to their home in Independence .last evening, after a ten days' visit to Miss Fannie Sawyer. Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon tbe digestive power of bablei; when puny and feeble they should be given a doie ol WblU'e Cream Vermifuge. Price, 25 eenta. For tale by Crenshaw & Young. Mrs. William Cohn and daughter, Jodie, and sou, Millard, of Fulton, Ky., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isy Gratz for the past three weeks, will return home tonight. Mr. Louis Gratz will accompany them home for a visit. Mrs. Mary E. Aull and her daugh ter, Mrs. S. Percy Silver, arrived home last night from a two months' visit to Manitou, Col., and Salt Lake City, Utah. They were four days on the trip home from Salt Lake City, having been delayed by several wash nuts on the Denver & Rio Grande road. Miss Sarah Powell returned to her home in Richmond Sunday evening after a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Powell. Mr. Wm. Ahrens and wife returned to their home at Eufala, I. T., Sun day night, after a visit to his mother and sister. Mr. P. J. Carroll and wife left for their home In Venlta. I. T. Sunday morning, after a visit to friends and relatives here. Mrs. George R. Cooper, of Kansas City, came down Sunday night for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, II. C. Wallace. M isscs Delia Trail and Alma Ilempe of Kansas City, spent Sunday here with Miss Trail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Trail. Mrs. G. A. Kriehn and her niece Mrs. Fred Dallmeyer, of Jefferson City, left for Kansas City Sunday for a visit to friends. Miss Eunice Wray Fulton returned to her home in Kansas City Monday morning, after a few days' visit to Miss Fannie Young. Miss Irene Tutt returned to her home in Kansas City Saturday even ing, after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Loomis. Home Monky to Loan. On good real estate security. In sums of (500 and up, at 7 iter cent. No commission, no red tape. Apply to J. Q. Plattenburg. tt Mrs. Mary Zeller and Miss Lena Page, of Kansas City, came in Sat urday night to spend Sunday with the family of Mr. John Taubman. Certificates for public schools will be issued friday and Saturday at the Hlffh school building. Friday for o - white pupils and Saturday for colored Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thomas and Little daughter, Mamie, of Emporia, Kas., came In Saturday night for a visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. J. Rhodes. Mrs. N. G. Tomokins and Miss Hattie Ilortoo, of Kansas City, camel down Saturday night for a visit to daugeter, Mrs. m a nd M Constipation, Impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most common all men is that are responsible for that tired, listless, tagged-out feeling that makes the summer a dreadful period to so many people. Herblne will cure constipation tt Improves the digestion and arouses tbe liver to normal activity. Price, 80 cents For sale by Crenshaw Young, 8-3ml WnVpmnn Camn United Sons of Confederate Veterans was organized hcrp. last nlsrht and the following officers elected: Commander, Dr. T, B. Ramsey; adjutant, George A Venable; first lieutenant, Felix d lieutenant. Horace "Ol - Ardinger; chaplain, Dr. E. C. Gordon ... T. ,1' JU, .ano SUrgeon, VT. W. . "eeuiu, wra urer, Jamie Rankin; historian, Iran nnuimnn' nnartermaster. H. W Lampkins. From Monday's Daily. Mrs. Annie Gilkeson left Monday morning for a visit to friends at Hig glnsville. Miss Mary Hale returned Monday morning from a weeks' visit to friends in Kansas City. Miss May Donaldson, of Kansas City, arrived Sunday night for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Butts. Mrs. John T. Mathis, of Kansis City, arrived Saturday night for a visit to Miss AUie Eagle. Mrs. W. L. Ghormley, of Kansas City, arrived Saturday night for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mark. Mrs. Sallie Chlnn returned to her home In Greeoton Suuday evening, after a visit U Mrs. A. W. Smith. Mr E. W. II. Ahrens returned to his home In Belleville, Kas., Sunday, after a visit to his mother and sister. Mrs. Wm. Bandon and son, Wil liam Edward, spent Sunday here, the nf Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bandon Mrs Kate Bacon and Mrs. C. S. Mitchell returned home Sunday even ing from a visit to friends In Aull- vllle. Mrs. Ada Carter and daughter, Miss Olive, returned home Sunday ... .i- - - HnrAs at evening from a visit w wieuua Alma. Miss Allie King returned to her home In Marshall Monday morning, after a few days' visit to Miss Lessie Bates. Mr. Charles Weber, of St. Louis, arrived Sunday morning for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber. we To Close Our Stock of Summer Woolens will give choice of 25 Suits formerly sold not less than $30.00 now at the uniform price of $20.00 made and trimmed equally as well as if you were pay ing full price. All Pants formerly made to order from $6.00 to $7.50 now at the uniform price of $5.00 All pants that formerly sold from $8 to $12 now only Mrs. Thompklns' Thos. Smith. Mr. - F. A. Kell, assistant road master on the Lexington Branch, has moved his family here from Sedalia and in tbe future will make this city his headquarters. A small blaze on the Toof of Hoff man's brewery at 2:30 Sunday after noon was extinguished by the prompt response of the fire laddies. Very little damage was done, Mr. Martin Owen was kicked by a mule at the Trlomph Press Brick company's yards Saturday evening, Tbe side of his face was badly cut and it is a dangerous and painful wound. Mrs. H. A. Dows and Miss Lazetta Stemner, of St. Louis, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bob' Inson for some time past, left Sun day morning for Sweet Springs for a visit to friends. Miss Annie Weis left for Kansas City Sauurday evening for a two weeks' visit to the family of ber uncle. Mr. Joseph Baehr. She was accompanied by her brother, Mr, Frank Wels, who returned home Monday morning.' Mrs. E. B. Farley and three daugh ters, of Sedalia arrived Monday morn ing for a vist to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hutchison. They were ac companied by Misses Margaret Ruby and Marcia Sellers who have been visiting in Sedalia. Miss Arline Burden entertained ten or twelve couples of her friends at dancing Friday evening, in honor of Misses Elizabeth Barton and Mabelle Thornton, both of Kansas City. A luncheon was served during the evenine. A delightful feature jvas the music by Trof. Stark Piles are uot only io, and of themselves very painful and annoying, out oiien greatly aggravate and even cause other grave and painful affections, and should therefore not be neglected. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is a great boon to sufferers as it will cure them. Price, 60 I cents in bottles. Tubes. 75 cents. For sale by Crenshaw A Young. 8 8ml Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stanley were out driving in sedalia, saiuraay evening, and the horse became frightened and ran away. Mrs Stanley was thrown into a doorway by the roadside and badly bruised Her husband fared worse, the bones In one of his legs were crushed and amputation may be necessary. They had just , recently married and had beeu home from Colorado a few days where they had gone on a wedding triD. Mrs. Stanley Is well known here as Miss Minnie Ravmond, hav Ing lived here a number of years. A jolly party of young folks, on their way home to Richmond after a two weeks' camping out at Monegan Springs, passed through here Saturday evening. Two wagons fully equipped for comfort In traveling and a com mlssary and baggage wagon carried the nanny crowd. The party was composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. II Plerceval, as chaperones, and Misses Dorothy Hamilton, Julia Settle, Jen nle Hamilton, Willie Graham, Richmond, and Miss Gertrude Camp bell, of Columbia; Messers. Fowler, Graham, Jos. Seymore, Tom Fuwler Clarence Ilubbell, Rosemand Brow and J. K. Hughes, of Richmond. could easily be seen that they had been enjoying camp life and that 1 camp life fully agreed with them ERE sill $7.50 D P P jib Merchant Tailor There is nothing that makes a man feel 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. Ourjsuits have the style, fit and material; the quality and workmanship are guaranteed I Wittenberg I s Tailor. Over Ludwigs' Jewelry Store Miss Lizzie Groves left Monday morning for a visit to Kansas City. Miss Anna Worthington left for Kansas City Monday evening tor a visit to relatives and friends. Mr. Geo. W. Johnson shipped two car loads of cattle to Kansas uny from Wlnton Monday evening. Mr. Talbot Simpson shipped two car loads of fat cattle to Kansas City Monday evening from Aullville. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Young, Jr., and daughter, Miss Mary, returned from Kansas City Monday night. Rev. Paul Buchmueller, of St. Louis, arrived Tuesday morning for a islt to his brother, Rev. p. Buch mueller. Mrs. George Bullard returned to her home in Kansas City 'luesaay morning, after a visit to friends In this city. Miss Sena and Lizzie Alford and Mr. Harry St. Clair returned Monday evening from a few days' visit to McAlester Springs. Miss Grace Ketner, of Junction City, Kas., arrived Tuesday morning for a visit to her uncle, Judge John E. Ryland and family. ., , Miss Temple Powell, who has been visiting Miss Daisy Thornton for the past ' few days, returned to her home n Richmond Tuesday morning. Mrs. George Stewart and children returned to their home at Wlnton Monday evening, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Spears. Miss Susie Crenshaw, of San Diego, Cal., returned to her home Tuesday morning, after a visit to the family of her brother, Mr. T. C. Crenshaw. Miss Susie Alexander returned from Kansas City Monday night, where she went to rent a fiat, and will with her mother move there to live this winter. Wm. Morris, a negro, who was caught haltering a horse in a stable at Odessa was bound over to await the action of the grand jury by Justice Taylor. He is in jail. Mrs. Lee McGrew and Miss Emma Garrell, who have been visiting friends and relatives at Waverly, passed through here Monday evening on their way home to Sedalia. Mr. Allie Utt left for Clyde, Kas., Monday evening. He will be joined byj his partner, E. T. Linson, at Kansas City. They have an engage ment there to give an exhibition at the street fair. The team attached to the street sprinkler ran away Monday evening and the sprinkler turned over. The tongue of a wagon standing in the street and the tongue attached to the street sprinkler was broken. No other damage was done. Letitla R. Shelby vs. Thomas Shelby, a suit Involving several bodies of land In this county, was begun in the circuit court at 10 a. m. Tuesday. It will be a hard fought case. There are sixty-eight witnesses in the case, ana It win lane several From Tuesday's Dally. Mrs. Webb W. Cole, of Dover, visited friends in this city Tuesday. Mr. August Llmberg shipped a pair of fine horses to Kansas City Monday evening. Mrs. Gen. Joseph Shelby, of Kansas day8 t0 try t, The Rochester base ball club, which left here Sunday morning to play a series of games played the Norborne boys Sunday and lost the game. The score was isoroorne 10, iwuucstci u. City, came In Tuesday morning for a visit to friends. Mr. John R. Pott9 shipped two m m . . 1 TT . a. cars or iat came 10 Kansas uuy Monday evening. Mr. George Johnson and his daugh- A letter received from them says the ter, Miss Bessie, left Tuesday morn- Norborne boys are nne ieuows ana ing for Kansas City. treated them royally.