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ewsy Letters From The Intelligencer's Busy Correspondents. RUE REFLEX OF WHAT IS TRANSPIRING LOCALLY r.rkt From Higginsville General Local News of Interesting Characters. OOlNSVILLB HAPPENINQS. hTUm r.Scrarpttn" ture on "w Paragraphs Personal ana Otherwise. fiss Flora vw ' w w L. Kleine of Slater was here last Lv evening. L" Lawrence of Pine Bluff Ark., is fguestof M. T. Hartman. T. Willis is In St. lxmis mis ween frtine i&u uu B ton Bank for the year ending Septem ber 8, 1902, by a unanimous vote of all present. Herman Karrow is building an ad' ditlonal room to his residence in the northwest part of town. Frank Rumbaugh of Odessa took charge of one of the chairs in W. F, Lioeback's barber shop Monday morn ing. Miss Jennie Adamson returned to her home in Kansas City Thursday after a week's visit with the Misses Lockhart Dr. G. A. Gissy, Monday, bought the L Harrison left Tuesday morning residence property on the south side of weeks stay in Denver coio. i " " u"8 iu Ub Ellelrlt 01 ivauawi t. Li days this week in our city s Jessie Fields and daughter Miss speDt Wednesday in Aullville. C. Meigs of Kansas City spent lay with his brother W. J, Meigs. Edith Leach of Waverly is g her aunt Mrs. H. T Campbell. !p Willis left for Oklahoma morning to prove up ay his Wllus Uartraan and Dr. u. u Ulin visited Blackburn Tuesday I). L. Hoffman and daughter, Its, of Marshall, are visiting rel- in this city. 0. King left Wednesday J. , where Mr. DA at it- Ma le. a ig for CMekasha, Ok is dow located. isE. W. Mollenkamp and daugm- ss Ads left Wednesday morning Alister Springs. Is Sallie Warren returned to May Sunday evening after a pleasant with the Misses Ridge. L Gladys Fields returned to Kan- ty Sunday, after spending two kwith relatives in this city. L Emily Beale who has been ngthe summer in St Louis and ist, returned borne luesaay Susie Durley and Josephine of Hughesville spent part of etk here the guests of the Misses leL Anna Dowden, of Kansas City, red an interesting lecture on the tie" at the Chris tain church y morning F. L. Mevers who has been her parents Mr. and Mrs. W ?s, left Friday morning to join stand in Omaha, Neb. Wm. Jennings returned to her i;o May view Sunday evening after 32 several davs with her par r. and Mrs. I K. Foulds, Birdie Schultz of Trinidad bo has been spending the r with Miss Charlotte Pflegar fher home Wednesday morning. Mrs. H. A. Williams retured Tues day evening, after a visit of several weeks duration to her parents at Lamonte, Mo. John A. Workman has shipped a great many crates of fine peaches to Kansas City during the last few weeks and still has a good deal of the fruit on hand. Messrs. J. W. Westerman and Henry Black with their wives and Mesdames U. A. Gissy, H. Boese and II. F. Brink man attended a festival at the German M. E. Church in Napoleon Wednesday. To make way for improvements contemplated the Mo. Pac. R. R. will shortly pull down the old eye-sore commonly known as the section house that stands'a short distance east of the depot. Mrs. Mann Simmons, who was sum moned to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Mann, during her recent severe illness, returned to her home near Prairie Home in Cooper county Thursday. Wednesday James Lineback com menced tearing away the old dwelling house located on his lots in the north east part of the town and generally known as the Lewis Day house and will erect a modern two-story resi dence on the site. Mrs. G. B. Charlton, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crutsinger for sometime returned to her home in Lamar, Mo. Sunday morn ing. Their sister, Mrs. Banna Crnt singer, accompanied her as far as Kan sas City, returning that evening. NEWS FROM AULLVLLE. Newsy Paragraphs From the In telligencer's Correspondent. G. W., Roberts left for Colorado this week. Several Mayview boys visited Anil- ville Sunday. We had a nice shower last Wednes day evening. Polk Phillips spent Sunday here with his best girt. Jimmie Harrison of near Corder was in town Wednesday. Several Aullville boys attended the fair at Sedalla this week. Our school opened last Monday with thirty enrolled scholars. Mrs. Jack Cooksey and Mrs. Osborn moved to town last Tuesday. Talbott Simpson shipped two car loads of cattle last Wednesday. Ed. Handley has gone to Colorado for a stay of three or four weeks. Frank Wedge is bulldldg a new coal house adjoining his store building. Miss Ola Lewis came home last Mon day after a visit in Jackson county. John Sisson of Oak Grove is visiting homefolks and friends here this week. Miss Mattie LHtlejohn of Kansas City was dowh last Sunday visiting her mother. Miss May Littlejohn left for Chicka sha Wednesday evening to spend a few months with her brother. Mr. Hamilton and family of Wash ington state came in this week to spend a few days with Mr. Ferrell. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Doggett of Col umbus were over last week visiting Mrs! Doggett's sister, Mrs. J. F. Walk. J. P. Greer spent last Wednesday in Lexington. He has placed his daugh ter, Miss Ethel, in school at the county seat. JV a - W ' A 1 11 ATO Hi? flTTATmo ty .f . mm mm w i -w- vm mi . m H.m. f a 1 W 11 V Dress ff Goods jj Hi . . choice EI. CORDER CORRESPONDENCE. The Rev. Wm. Otto of Higginsville preached here Sunday morning and evening and the Methodist minister filled his regular appointments. LOCAL SHORT-STOPS. advisable Many of our foreign dress weaves are at hand, and though the assortment is not yet as complete as it will be, it includes novelties that when once gone, are rot duplicable. Among these patterns may be the very one that appeals to you. If so the advantage of early buying Is clearly apparent. By so doing you have not only a greater choice of modistes than when the rush is on, but having more time they can take more pains, consequently turn out better work. With that in view come at once and look over our advance showing. Here are a few of the varieties and the prices. Yalta CheviotS 48inches wide, nice lustrous finish -with the close camel hair effect, plain and mixed colors, made of the best wool, price per yd 11.00 Panne Cheviots 48 ,ncnes wlde heay weight with the long camel hair effect, with a silky sheen, colors are wine, brown, blue and black, price $1.25. All Wool HomeSpUn anda11 Wool Venetian; 38 Inches wide, new shades of mixed colors of tan, brown, gray, castor, wine, blue, green and black, price per yard .50 cts. Cloth A11 pure wool 38 inches wide, choice colors of wine, Coroff P LUNUT0N AND VICINITY. (HY I.KAI.MA.) Directors Elected Bought Property, Etc., Etc. W.Mann was in Kansas City H. Gimke has business in Lex- turday. T n ... - ' Made has been on the sick 'waldays. ' I Kinkead had business In wo Tuesday. N0i 'Eon ierMn shipped five car loads stock to Kansas City Wednes- "in went up to Kansas City evlin? nrul ol ... i 1UUUIIUGU VIVI Schools Opened Up Monday Personal and Otherwise. Will Riley spent Saturday in Kansas City. Major Gordon, who has been quite sick is slowly improving. Misses Pearl Unroe and nocken- smith are visiting in Kansas City. Rev. F. M. Burton of Oak Grove is visiting his sister, Mrs. N. H. McCain. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Trice have return ed from an extended visit In the west. Miss Stella Harrison has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. Nate Corder, this week. Mrs. Creed Slusher entertained the i . Home Mission Society einesuy afternoon. Walter Cartherand wife of Kansas a tU City are spending a lew aays mm relatives. Mrs. fayneand children of Malta Bend are visiting her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Emerson. Mrs. Porter and daughter of War- rensburg visited.Rev. S. P. Cayton and family last week. ... t.u Hauler left the first of iUIBSVUDiw .' Sontember for Brownsville, Tenn where she has a position in the Baptist College as principal oi commerc. u .rtment and teacher of history. n Persons from tW. n..wu .pW onened Monday with th..... . . r " " !.!. i lair at Sedalla Tuea-1 180 enrolled and Mr. urune pnn.P, ttelneB . . n,w..a Miss Cathy of J- Miss uryani m - "Ung of th. .lMii.u-Jiw. and Miss Weal of Waverly, waa. ... 'i "":', uiH Kdna Dean has the "B.Cn. . . ' " It onened Monday tt. . ""a Joun Li. Corse sunnyoaim w witeton of the Welling-' with a large attendance. W. P. Aull shipped a car load of hogs to St. Lonls Tuesday. Lota of crappy and bass are being caught on Crooked river, A. B. Poster and wife left Thursday morning for Sedalla to attend the fair. Miis Daisy Powell left Thursday morn ing tor Galena, Kaa., where she will teach school. Mlas Emma filx returned Wednesday evening from a week's visit to friends In Higginsville Max Wallace returned to Kansas City Wednesday night, after a few days' visit to his parents. Mrs. Mamie Moreland and sod, Reld left for Sedalla Wednesday morning to attend the fair. ' Miss Blanche Corder, of "Englewoood," is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. W. Blnsber of near this city. U. G. Phetilng, wife and little daughter left Tuesday night tor a few days visit to friends at Clinton. C. Barnard and wife, of Decatur, 111., arrived Tnesday night tor a visit to their son, O. C. Barnard. Mrs. John Yonng, Sr., left for Rich mond Tnesday evening for a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. S. Levin and children returned to Kansas City Wednesday evening, after a week's visit in this city. Mrs. Richard CavanauRb, Sr., left for Kansas City Thursday morning for a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Dr. J. E. Tucker returned Tuesday night from a few days' visit to friends and relatives at Bockner. Home MOMBY TO Loan. On good real estate security. In sums ol fSUO and up, at 7 per cent. HO commiaBiua, au reu tape. Apply to J. Q. Plattenborg. tf Mrs. Joseph Bailey left Wednesday moruing for Sedalla to visit friends and relatives and attend the fair. Mlises Rose and Mattie Hallenbeck, of McAleater Springs, arrived Tuesday even Ing to enter school at B. F. C. County court adjourned Wednesday evening. It will meet on Monday, Sep. tember 23, as a board of appeals. P. O. T. Brlghtwell returned from Park villa Wednesdsy night, where he bas been visiting bis son and brother. Church of -Christ Scientist, Sunday services as follows: 10:80 a. m., Sunday school 11:30 a. Ja., at Knights oi ryimaa hall. All are cordlallv invited. tf Miss Florence Neale returned to Kansas City Tuesday evening, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Neale. A marriage license wss granted Wed nesday morning to Wm. Koenlg and Miss Jennie Alberts, both of HIpglnsvlHe. The transfer company Keeps a call book t. vr vr r S w t f r f v viz 9 V vv M M ty ty ty ty of colors as this season ty ty A Is Autumn I ( ( t ( (S k IN (is Us IN 4 Granite Castor, brown.' irrav. blue and black; very popular for it does not muss easily; price Vxy ; 50 cts. and 05 cts. French Poplin 40 lnche vWe, nice smooth cords, rich finish in choicest shades of gray, cas tor, rose, blue and black, per yard 89cts Mohair WhipCOrds 48 ches wide, heavy quality ' with rich lustrous cords; one of the most popular, sheds the dust readily; beautiful shades of tan, gray, mode, brown, castor, wine, blue, and black, per yd. $1 Albany Cheviots extra heayy for rainy day and walking skirte, does not require lining, 54 inches wide, 3 yards to a pattern, rich mixtures of tan, gray and brown, all pure wool, per yard $1.39 Melange Panne incnes wide. This is a new fabric this season, is the weight of broad cloth but has the finish ot English melton; mixed shades, grayj oxford, tan, castor, blue and green, per yd., $1.25 to $1.75 Drap DeAIma 48 lncnes wIdei a beautiful fabric with beautiful satin finish. The colors come only In patterns. Beautiful shades of castor, brown, gray also black, per yard $1.50 Satin Prunella 48lncne8Wide a very choice new fab- ric in castor, wine and grey, per yard $1.65. Mohair Venetians T,here 8, no fabric 60 much sought . after, highly finished. Does not shrink or draw in wearing, choice colors of wine, brown, gray, tan, castor, blue and black, per yard '. $1.39 Black Dress Goods Black 18 JU8t a8 pPular as ever. There are some new weaves, we have all grades of Zebelene, Cheviot, Crape, Storm and French Serges, Poplins, Melrose, Sobil, Satin Prunella, Drap DeLoralne, Drap DeAIma, Satin Venetian, Mohair Armure, Barathla Cloth, per yard 43c up to $1.85 New Waist Materials such a variety TriCOt Waist'mgf AU wool, nice finish pretty shades - of Nile green, light blue, peacock blue, cardinal, scarlet, gray, tan, castor and black, will not have again at this price, per yard 29 cts. French Twill Flannels ln a11 Bades nice fiae z finish, per yard ... .45 cts R French Printed Flannels figures and W ' ' Persian designs. Beautiful colors, per yard 69c and 75c Doetol Flannpls The8e are made with a very fine rabltil ricxiuicu close tw.U) regembllnff venetian cloth. Will not get rough in wearing, per pard "5 cts. Fmhroidered French Flannels A ! broidered dots, rings, stars and figured designs. Beautiful shades of rose, pink, light blue, cadet blue, tan, castor, red, wine, and black, per yard 89c, 98c, $1.19 and $1.25 ft ft ft T. M. LAKE k SON, HIGGINSVILLE, MISSOURI White's Cream Vermlfape is essentially the child's tonlo. It Improves the dlges. tlon and Initiation of food, .trengthen .h. n.rvoQB vstern and restoring at the Mammoth livery table, and on at them t0 the health, vigor and elartlolty the Grand Central hotel. Leave orders at ot ,piriu natural to childhood. Pnoe,26 tbeMplaca. 10-87. M oenU For ie by Crenshaw & Young, tnitira Richard Field and wife left for M, Msmaret snd Jane Williamson, Iodependence Thursday morning for a , 8t iun, arrived Thursday night lor a Vl.lt to their daughter, Mrs. L. Fred tne,r oouslBt M,8 Mand Buiden. Evans. Mrs. Joseph Q. China and her grand daughter, Elisabeth Ecfcie, left Friday morning for Columbia for avitlttotbe family of Dr. Sam Baoka. I Take life as it oomes, and make the most of all oiroamstanoei, but for a bad oough or cold, take Ballard's Horehouod Syrup, the best known remedy for quick relief and sure core. Price, 25 and 60 cente. For sale by Crenshaw St Yonng.