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WINKLER 111 i Edwin Rankin left Saturday mora- log for a few days' visit to friends in Kansas City. Mrg. Ed. Taubman returned Satur-i day eveolng from a fe days' visit at Kansas City. Miss Annie Allen went to Iligglns. lllo Saturday , evening , to visit her sister, Mrs. A. "Wade.'. 'i Mrs. Jarru Tt. Mnnh AQ1 Ann drn POMPANY Wlngate, left Saturday morning for I Fulton to Visit, hoi- - AUtVUUO Miss Katherlne Trail returned Sat urday night from a two weeks' visit 3 tnJ T T O E r ber 8lster 10 Kansa9 Clli' day night from a week's visit to the Misses Ashurst at Blackburn. Mrs. Kate M. Bacon left (or Mays- vllle, ; Ky.,' Monday morning, where she will make her future home. John Majors left for Sedaha Mon day morning for a visit to his daugh ter, and to attend the state fair. Mrs. James Ham left Tuesday morning for Hughesville for a few days' visit to relatives and friends, Miss Bessie Bowman returned Sun- Wooden Burial Cases day night from a two weeks' visit to "xmu raw" to to ALL HUBS OF planing ' Scroll Sawing, Ete. jokMpoonunuyon ! anisters, Newel Posts, 'alnut Coffins, &c. and I Always on hand. pcctfully ask the attention of all to M 0f tbelr manufacture, pledging - aa cheap as such article (inkier Furniture Co. fRIPATETIC PEOPLE. 'Vredricks, of Kansas City, juoday here with a fair friend. f Martha C. Bledsoe came In Icasant Saturday evening. Lucv A. Wernwag returned visit to Illgglnsvllle Friday In Lexington township, Sep R. to the wife of Fred iy, a boy. - J. E. Tucker left Saturday g for a few days' visit to rela i Buckncr. George Wlttcnburg leftMon nriilna for Kansas City for a ys' visit to friends. arriage license was granted evening to William Itakerand Izzie Frizzell of Hodge. Pearl Bour left for Sedalla ay morning to visit her brother, fand attend the state falrN liard Va'ughan left Friday night Jilnmhia. where he will resume (dies In electric engineering. C. Hays returned Saturday tear from a few days visit to and relatives at Independence Nannie Austin returned Fri 11)0 Dt b9' visit and relatives at Willow lght from a three jends friends and relatives In Kansas City. Miss Helen Beavers, of Edgerton, Kas., came in Monday night for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schultz W. F. Hioesley returned home Sat- urday evening from a two weeks visit to his brother in Louisville, Ky, Mrs. Gus Weber and Miss Lola Frazler left Friday night for Hig ginsville for a few days visit to friends. Miss Fannie John left for Sedalla Monday morning for a visit to her brother, Charles John, and to attend the state fair. , Mrs. Arnold Neubauer, of Leaven worth, Kas., arrived Monday night for a visit to her brother, George Wlttcnburg. ) Lawrence Feak 'has shipped his beautiful black mare to Sedalla to be entered In the saddle ring at the state fair. Mr?. Ed. Miller returned to Mex ico Tuesday morning, after a few days' visit to the family of her brother, Clarence Vlvion. Miss Grace Phillips, who has been spending the summer at Odessa, arrived home Friday evening and will attend school here this year. E. D. Porter and wife Bpent Satur day night with the family of the Rev. Dr. Given and left Sunday morning for Sedalla to attend the state fair. Mrs. Mamie Geyer and her two daughters, Elizabeth and Katberine, left for Kansas City Monday evening. where they wjll in the future reside. Mrs. Wm. Stonestrect and her son left Tuesday morning for Kansas City, where they will In the future reside. Mr. Stonestreet left several days ago. Mrs. James Young, of Montrose, Col., who has been visiting the family of her father-in-law, Rufus Young for the past month, returned to her home this morning. CaDt. T. B. Perry, who was con nected with the faculty of v. M. A. liiet, vusir. left Monday night for ----- j ' Columbia, where he will take a course In civil engineering. Miss Margaret O'Councr, who has Frank Stewart, who resides near Lexington, shipped some fine horses and Jacks to the state fair at Sedalla Saturday, .evening. ,. nt will compete for prizes offered in the rings to which his animals belong.' ' " Mrs. Frank nabberkorn and daugh ter, Miss Mamie, returned Monday alter, ft. month's visit to her parents at Aurora. They were met at Kan sas Cltl bv Mr. Frank TlahWlmrn who accompanied them home. Allen Bethel left Friday nijrbt for St. Louis, where he haa a lucrative position on the Republic, nis sister, Miss Pattle, accompanied him as far as Sedalla, where she will visit ber sister, Mrs. P. L. Swlckhamer. Mrs. William Martin and Misses Louise Davis and Frankle Oliver, of Waverly, stopped over here Monday night the guests of the Misses Barron, and left Tuesday morning for Sedalla to attend the state fair, Some one got Into the hen house of C. L. Kenney Friday night and out of a bunch of tweuty-seven chickens only left eight. Chicken stealing Is becoming too common in Lexington and may result in some rascal being shot. Mrs. E. B. Farley and her three daughters, Agnes, Jean and Grace, returned Saturday evening from few days' visit at De Witt, and are the guests of Mrs. Farley's father. Geo. Hutchinson. They jeturned to their home in Sedalia Modday night Through traffic on the Missouri Pacific was resumed Sunday night, the bridge that burned at Tabo creek Friday night having been replaced There was a complete stoppage of freight shipments over this line for two or three days and mail, passe n gers and baggage had to be trans ferred at the creek that was spanned by the burned bridge, W. II. Edwards left fur El lo springs Monaay morning, he will spend a week or two health. T. Brlgbtwell left Monday it for rarnviue ror a visu to n, Walter, and his brother, R. Mitwell. i W. A. Brannock and her Miss Florence nail, left Friday . ...... ...I - . m fig for Pleasant Hill to visit beg,, visiting her grandparents, wr. and Mrs. P. O'Mallcy. for several months, returned to her home In St. Louis Saturday morning, T. C. Sawyer returned from St. Taul, Minn., Monday morning, where i. hd inpn one of the judges of 11U fin Kansas City Monday even- Hercfords In the International stock Vter an extended visit to the show held there last week Mrs. L. B. Gordon and daughter, Miss Sallic, left Saturday morning for St. Joseph to visit the family of B A. Gordon. They will visit relatives at Savannah before returning home. , nwA mlfrt onfl tnn t'liuuutiy morning. I J. L. rviirsuuu auu v . 0. Andreen and dauehter. sisters, Misses Lucy and Nellie, left tti. t...t...i j it. j m..Dj.,0 ninminir for Pertle Springs iii-.-iuui r- to attend the State Photographers' prevention, which will be In session there for three days, Miss Mary Belle Carter of Kansas . i ..lltttuT frlnnria City, WUO lias UKUU ibiuu( and 'relatives for the past two weeks .W alker Brannock. Edmonda Nickerson left for oiiio In arrcnsbiirkf Monaay lug, aftci a t wo weeks' visit to iter, Mrs. S. N. Wilson. i May Russell returned to her In Kansas City Monday even fter an extended visit to the of her uncle, David Russell. Estelle Shackleford, of Itoon- !who has been spending the month here with her friend, May Ardlnger, returned to her Monday morning. 0. Andreen and daughter, Miss Itachael, visited Mr. and A. Wade at Higglnsville Sun Mr. Wade Is arranging to go business at Marshall. pry Hoehn returned Sunday from St. Paul, Minn., where he tending the International Com mon stock sale. Ho sold two Snd two heifers, the property of i - falter B. Waddoll.for 1023. t. Dover and Illggmsvslle, arrived Monday evening for a visit to the family of Dr. J. W. Meng. It takes a long time to close out a stock, of Clothing. I have on hand about 100 Suits 150 Pair Pants 75 Overcoats and quite a lot of Boys Suits to sell at your own prices. Call on me and see whether I have what you want if I have Prices Will be Made to Suit You . . . We have the only complete Furnishing Goods and Hat Stock. We aim to have everything in this line to suit your fancy and are proud to say that our Neckwear, Shirts and Underwear is all that could be desired Our stock of Woolens for Tailoring, is simply perfect. We speak 'your patronage will please you workmanship. Suits to Order $25 to $75. In addition to our home work we have two sample lines from eastern tailors and can make suits for you from $13.50 up and promise you entire satisfac tion on that kind of work. be-and Fit and D or Mrs. W. S. Bell and her dauehter. Miss Mary, returned to their home in Louis Monday morning, after t pleasant . visit -to tua family of Thos. Stramcke. Mrs. W. E. Comstock and her two children returned to their h.,m in Kansas City Saturday morning, after visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Chiles. Mrs. Mary Raaiey and daughter. Miss Mary, and Miss Myrtle Terhune left Mondav evening f T.ihBrt " O " wj , here the two young ladles will attend school at Liberty Ladles' college. f Miss Minnie B. Damron, who' has been spending the past three months Chicago, returned Friday night to take charge of the millinery depart ment of Fredendall and Wilson's store. Miss Gay Meyers, of Aurora, 111., wno will De One of the facultv at the Baptist college the coming ses sion, nas arrived and will be the guest of Mrs. R. S. Kibbler until school opens. Mrs. Pat Conners, who has been visiting relatives and friends here for some time past, left Tuesday morning for Sedalia to attend the fair for a day or two "and will then return to her home In Tipton, Mn. Elizabeth Chambers returned to her home at Kansas City Sunday morning, after a visit with relatives and friends in . Lexington. Mrs, James Price, her daughter, went with her to spend Sunday in the Kaw town. Capt. A. A. Lesueur and wife left for Kansas City Monday evening, after a visit to his brother, Jos. O. Lesueur. He will leave the latter part of the week for Antlers, I. T., where he will engage in the banking business. The west bound passenger train was two hours late Saturday morning on account of the burning of the bridge across Tabo creek, six miles east of here. The passerigers and baggage were transferred at the bridge. The bridge will be repaired today. Died, in this City, Saturday even- ing, September 7, of old age and general debility, Mr. Philip Martin, ak'ed 97 years. Mr. Martin was .a resident of this city for over fifty years. He was buried In the Cath olic cemetery. The funeral was held from the Catholic church Sunday at 2:30 p. m. The United Daughters of the Con federacy will give their annual supper about the first of Uctober, and the event is looked forward to by Lex ngton people with bright anticipa tion. These banquets are always charming affairs and most enjoyable social functions. - Georire King, John Welborn and Oscar Thomas, of this . city, m, Handley, , of Aullvllle, and Theo, Youngs and son, Grove, of nigglnS' ville, left Saturday morning for Glen- wood Springs. Col., where they will take pack horses and go up Into the Williams river basin, about 100 miles north, for a three weeks hunt after bit: uame. That country is a hunter's'paradise, there being plenty of elk, deer and bear. Trout fishing Is also tine in the streams. Mrs. John Welborn accompanied the party and will remain at Glenwood Springs while the party are In the hills on their hunt. Mr. W. Scott Thomas, of Waverly will come up and act as jailor during the absence of his son, Oscar. iTieCvce9 who neither sands i bit u g a r nor water his milk-, who believes in the best, and is particular to please his patrons. . t - j That's the grocer who recom mends and tells Lion Coffco J.offee that is coffee unglaied -uoaouiterated. box, whereas in the old oarrow track ed mines 1,400 to 1,600 was a load. The superintendent. CaDt. T. B. Wiley, has had a great deal of ex perience with coal mines and It Is the result of his knowledge and un tiring labor that these mines have been put In such fine shape and so thoroughly completed. . Excitement in Opera House. Great excitement was created in the niKglnsville ODera house last Friday night during the progress of a dramatic entertainment. A fkhfc took place In the lunch room under neath and the consequent noise alarmed the people In the playhouse, causing a general stampede for the doors under the Impression that the building was on (Ire. Women, crush ed and bruised alarmed the neighbor, hood by their screams, many fainting. Mrs.' Charles Mitchell was thrown into convulsions by the excitement. The fight was between George Logan, proprietor of the lunch coun ter, and Ed. Hill and Peter Straelser, miners. Straelser was quite badly cut in the temple and was otherwise bruised, while Hill received a half dozen ugly cuts on the head and face. Logan claims to have acted la self defense. . Merchant Tailor flaccabee Lodge Organized. Elliott Tent of Maccabees was organized Monday night In the K. of P. hall with quite a few charter members, and the following officers were elected: T. J. Duling, past commander; Frank E. Carter, com. mander; J. E. Marshall, lieutenant commander; Dr. W. B. Weedin, physician; F. M. Hale, sargeant; II. A. Black, master at arms; Geo. E. Tuns tall first master guard; G. C. Mar quis, second master guard; B. M. Proffltt, sentinel; W. S. Pooffenberg, picket. Trustees: F. E. Carter for three years, T. J. Duling two years and J. T. Dunaway one year. The election of record keeper, finance keeper and chaplain was de ferred until Friday night. The new tent starts out under very favorable circumstances. . 'Twai a Success. Little Bo-Peep, a pastoral operatta In three acts, presented at the New Grand opera house Monday night by the little folks of Lexington under the immediate supervision of Miss Manly and for the, benefit of the Baptist church, was a success both from a standpoint of catchy music and financially. Those who assumed the different characters of thn child play were Georgia Dullard, Elaine Campbell, Joe niuesley, Madxe Nich olson, Cecil Lyons, Grace Jamison, Lillian Atkeison, Frank Chew, Basil Manly, Fern Bailey and Wilmer Clianslor. A number of children took part In the choruses and acquit ted themselves creditably. Mrs. F. B. Bane was at the piano. A Church Wedding. Mr. William Pollard and Miss Mag gle V. Glenn, of Lafayette county, were married at the Catholic church in Lexington Sunday by the Eev. Father D. M. Costello. The attend ants were Mr. Walter B. Keating and Miss Ella Glenn, a sister to the bride. The wedding was quite a surprise many friends of the bride and groom. Mrs. Pollard, the bride, is a charming lady of amiable disposition The coal mining machines have been put in operation In the Valley mine and are working to perfection. The machines are operated by elec tricity as will also the coal be i pulled from the face to the bot- . . . . i ,. t. . fHk I j la lnnn kn A I lOm 01 tUB Bliaib. ill 1 3 IS UUUO UJ a jjg trolley system, doing away wiln tne mules heretofore used in the mines. The new mines, Valley and Midway, I aod a faithful member of the Catho. recently opened up oy me coai com- Uc church Mri P()Uard s g pany are the most complete and safest c,tMDt uonorabie and energetic, well in the state. Tiie air stiarts nave been built on a new plan so that bad air is almost an impossibility and there is no possibility of a mine disaster from bad air or black damp gas. They have broad guage tracks and enlarged boxes. There is no trouble to load 2,800 to 3,000 on a worthy the hand of any woman. May happiness attend them through life. Editors Halt his and Dameron, of the Huntsvllle Herald are digging up what happened in ibeir town torty-seven years ago from the files oi the "Inde pendent Missoumo" published there at that t'me. It makes good reading.