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A. W. ALLEN and 0.
t-Editora and Publishers.
Issued weekly on Saturdays, Subscrip
tion $1.00 per year, payable strictly in
Entered as nerand-clflKs mnil matter
at the 1'ost Office In LexliiKton, Missouri.
All commmiiuitlnns tn ro Into print
In the JXTKLLlOi-I.WKK Inut be
Fred Lloyd, who had his lower
limb broken last week is alle to
he out oa crutches this week.
Misses Elizabeth Rhodes and'
Jes.su' Bell were initiated 'into
the Order of the Eastern Star
Friday nisht of last week. A,
full luneheuriVwas served after
wards. Mrs."." ."Win. Bvw-knian and Miv
Viola Powers returned horn
this week fiMiii Wichita, Kan-.'a-.
where tli:''v have been visitir'
. .. - ,
with tlii' "fiunilv -of Jin liro-k-1
Corder Notes.
11. L. Gaines left ' Tu'esda
iiiorninjr for Butler, where ',."'iie' nuin's sister, Mrs. jaiue-i-yiiver.
was called on account of tlit se-j , Bi'f. John IMattt n.l.'iui of
rious illness of his brother, Jo I'm ' nk'r'msvill. .spent-Ink Saturday
(iaines, of that city. ' i night here, having attended the
The following attended an in- I'-'fHm- of Ids' brother, Charles II.
formal party at the ' country IMattenburg, on-.that .date:,
home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. ' The Senior Class of " t jligh
Fletcher Tllesdae nielit TV. school has decided to give a
and Mrs. E. M. Moore, Misses home talent play on Nov. 28, at "
Mariruerite Corder an,l Li.eille the hij-h school auditorium. The der "d to amputate both feet
P ted t.LJl
PC lie
Reynolds and Rev. llcthorn. proceeds will he used in cqu
,,. ; out; near the ankle and the other
1 i ... i i .i ,
MLss Flora Liese spent the pins the staKe t the auditorium Jllst ,M'10" ' when .Mr.
latter part of this week ' with with long needed scenery. : ; rt,,"0V,'J tu liIS !'
friends in Lexin-ton Charles Howard Flnttenlmrg, H" Wl,s t,,llI1(I "n tlu' ngM-of-way
Miss Ethel Slushcr has accept- 'the second number 'of the a''ol't 130 yards fn.m thr scene
..a ., .,....::.. i i-.... , U-....H.., marl.. the accident, where he had
til 1 in II ii IN I I 1 1 1 I 'Mil I P f I t 1 1 "v T I. i ' mi' iviti.iv.
F. II. Biesemeyer to John S.
Suntmyer V. D. $2,000 6.04 A. pt.
SE. NW. 6-49-23 and parts of
.lots 8 and 9, block P., Hoofer's
2nd. Add. lligginsville.
Letter List.
J Lp following mail remained
uncalled for .at the- Lexinstnf
Postoffice Saturday, N'ovember
11,1911. . . ;
Nadine Davis, Mrs. 1). Daniels,
Hume Deshe,. A. Frtodman, Bud
Hinnin, Dovie Ilollis (2), Chas.
Malcome, Jo."jh Moffatt, Mil
ton, McCorki;ndale, -Miss Ida
M'cCorkendale, Mrs. Anna Murth,
Horace (Stone) Raglaud, Cautis
Snow,' Linwood Ward, Mrs, Ber
tha Walton, Andrew L. Young.
Russell Goodson, J. C. llcnder
fjon, Mrs. Add McRow, R. E.
Taylor, Mrs. Nettie Thurman.
'.Vhen calling for this mail.
: ease say it was advert is; d:
E. M. TAUBMAN, President,
F. A. HOEFER, 2ud Vice-President.
W. H. CHILES, Vice-President
VV. J. BAN DON, Cashier.
Commercial Bank
Lxeington, Missouri
Capital $75,000. Surplus $50,000
Total Resources, Over One-half Million Dollars .
We invite accounts, both large and small, and promise most careful
atlentiou to all business entrusted to our care.
James Morchcad in Lexington "is appearance in tins city Sat
aiwl beiian work Monday. urday night, Nov. 4. A large
Miss Lottie Jones, who lias sized audieiiec was in attendance
been visiting in Kansas City nd many voiced expressions of
for several weeks arrived hero appreciation of the lecture.
Monday for a stay with her par- M'- Plattenhnrg spoke
onts. from the subject '"Worms
Misses Martrarct Vannn'ter and Beneath the 1'ark," and with his
Clommie ( 'layschulz of Alma, over present humor and a freely
spoilt til" uerk end in this citv i'lowimr speech, h- comm.-in
with Miss Juanita Jaeksnn. the utmost attention of all pre
The work 0f r.eavntiiir for ent. lie left a lanre .supply of
the basement of Lewis Dean's thought with the audience. Mr.
new residence on Main street was and Mr-. Boyd are next on the
started tin's week. course for ("order. T'n y will
Wm. O-teniiever had a nnhlic appear December C.
One of the saddest accidents
One of the saddest accidents
which have ocenred in Corder for
s'one time was that occasioned
Tuesday by a C. & A. freight
train running over the lower
limbs of Harry Bice, a well know
d miner of this citv. Mr. Blee
visit was evidently on the train and is
sab' at his farm south of here on
Nov. 7. A lame e.rovd was in
attendance but things lm-ii "r-ill y
sold poorly.
Mrs. John Blakely of Kan-"
City is visitiinr Cord"r relatives
this week.
Mrs. Nathan ('order r
home Mondav niht from
crawled and was wavinir his
hand in the air to flag a passing
train. He remained conscious
while his wounds were being
partly dressed, but was put un
der the influence of chloroform
during the greater part of the
operation. Mr. Blee is a miner,
151 years old and has a wife and
two small children who live here.
Ho is a son of Harry Blee "of
Lexington. .Mr. nice s lather
and Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre oi
Lexington accompanied the in
jured man to St. Margaret's hos
pital in Kansas City. There is
sonic hope for his recovery.
in Kansas City. thought to have attempted to
About twenty-five yoniiig pco- jump off when the' train was ap
ple from town surprised Miss proaehing the grade l1- miles
Mildred Saunders Wednesday east of here. The wheels ran
night of this week with a sur- over both shoes
Prise party at hop country hoia 1 off one of his feet
Real Estate Transfers.
Deeds filed for record in the
Recorder's office Lafayette Co..
Mo., week ending Saturday,
Nov. 4ht. 1911. Compiled by
tober 2i:ih, 1911. Compiled by
Lafayette County Abstract com
pany and Financial agents, Ike
II. Noves. Manager, Lexington,
Mo. Abstracts and Farm loans.
A. K. Reyburn to W. R. Jour-
and cut mul K- S" n"rl'H, Jr.,
instantly and W" D" H.2.20, lot 4, block 11, As-
T. C. Sawyer went to fmh
pendenee Wednesday to spend
di. ;o: Un-m .
!.'. M. T . ; i : , m n went to Ful
ton Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Riehard Ham
and daughter, Mrs. May Cruse,
and the hitter's two children re
turned last week from a seven
months' stay in Kinir Hill. Idaho.
For a short order go to Mrs.
Remember The Lyman Twins
are coming soon in a new mam
moth musical production. The
Speculators eclipsing in all re
spects by ten fold all others, the
show you know, alwavs in the
The most talked of musical
shows in America is coming The
Lyman Twins in their mammoth
new production The Speculators.
Mrs. Marks will serve chilli.
The kind you will conic back
Pregldent Vlce-Presiaeni ' su...
W. L. GROVES. Teller JOHN BOWMAN. Bookkeeper
Lexington Savings Bank
Paid Up Capital
Doe a General Banking Busineas Solicits accuant Liberal
modationa to customen
E. Hoffman. W. D. RanKin u;
Obwald Winkler, Sandtord Sellers, F. Lee waiiace,
W. G. McCAUSLAN'D, President B. R. IRELAND. Cashier
LEE J. SLUSHER, Vice-President
The Traders Bank
Lexington, Missouri
Paid Up Capital - - $50,000
Surplus and Undivded Profits $25,000
Accounts ot corporations, firms and individuals solicited. Collections
receive prompt attention. Liberal ccommodations to depositors.
Room I") Innlm Bant Ulilg
PHONE 235.
Insurance of all kinds. Have an income while you are sick by hav
ing1 an Aetna Accident Policy.
. i
three ynilcs north nf town. A so abdlv mashed and
hay frame was us'd in conveyiir;.' the lower leg that Dr. Webb, the
the guests ninl a merry time official railroad surgeon of Ilig
W:,s IiikI. ginsville, and Dr. Martin of Cor-
1... 4 . 11!.' , Tl- ' -II
bruised 8 v"ainon to iiigginsviiie.
M. A. ( haniherlin to Jas. F.
RICHARD FIELD. President " S. J. ANDREW, Cashier
W. V. A. CATRON, Vice-President
Chartered January 29, 1875. Paid Up Capital $50,000
Morrison-Wentvvorth Bank
Lexington, Missouri
Does a General Banking Business. Liberal Accommodation to Regular
Richard Field, S. J. Andrew, J. Barnot Youn, V. V. A. Catron, Frank Howe
Herman E. Mark. Frederick Morath, Ferd T. Bates, Rufus Young
Martin, y. C. D. $1, E. SE. H2-49-27.
Jas. F. Martin to Bessie A.
Chamberlain Q. C. D. $1, U in
terest in K. SE. 32-49-27.
Lafayette Co., to Fannie S.
Cole Comm's I). $1 NE, SV. 2-48-26.
Elnora Gilbert to Anna T.
Thrailkill W. I). 1,800, lots 11
and 12, block 5, Patterson and
Smith's Addition, Odessa.
Fritz Stocksick to Henry L.
Stocksick W. .D .t",079.8O NW.
SW., it. SW. NV pt. XE, SE.
XW. 2!), pt SE. and NE. 30, 50
28, 84.22 A.
Ferdinand D. Smith to Sallie
L. Jamison Q. C. D. $1, SW. NW.
C'orda L. Douthitt to Ann
Thrailkill Q. C. D. ifl, SW. NW.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Long Coats
We have about 25 pieces of last
Seasons Stork nf wool Drc cfnnrlc
' ' - ' -w "W A A W J V V- J it
wnicn we wanx 10 rxenange lor :
money, we have Cut The prices l
as follows,
3 pieces worth 75 for 49c
10 pieces worth 1.00 for 69c
8 pieces worth 1.25- 150- and 2.00 for 95c I
3 pieces Black worth 1 .25 and 1 .50 for 99c I
2 pieces choice Plaids 79c t:
A lull stock of lining Satins at
low prices.
Come, Look, Buy & Be Happy
W. G. McSausIand
!j j!7, pt. SE. 18, pt. SE. NE. 18-48-
Jefferson L. Davis to Dilcie
Taylor W. D. $900, j.t. NE. 1-49-20
in Ilifrfrinsvillo.
Fritz Stocksick to Otto and
Hugo Kiosnieyer Y. IX 9.100,
SE. SE, 10 A. E. side.SW. SE.,
Pt. NE. SE., 30, NE. 31-50-28, 91
acres. .
J. H. Cordes to Henry Kueeker ,
W. D. $1,000, lots 1, 2, and pt.
lot 3, block 4, in Concordia. j
Henry G. Kueeker to J. II.
Cordes and wife $1,000 lots 1 and
2 and pt lot 3, block 4, Concordia.
Anna T. Thrailkill to Anna B.
Thrailkill Vf. D. $5,000 SW. NE.,
17, pt. E. side SE. 18, pt SE. NE.
1S-48, 27 73 3-4 acres.
Anna X. "Woodard to John F.
Jasperiug and wife W. D. $1,GU0
part of Sub. C. 'of lot 11 and
part lot 3 and part of lot 12 of
Suburban Addition to Wellington.
Ceo. II. Hereford to Dora S.
Lightner W. 1). $533, pt. NW. 1-43-23.
Louis E. Weber to Dora S.
Ligbtner W. D. $4G7 pt. SE. NW.
1-43-23. I
m ii
THE' -!
50NSHiNr ? ;-; -;
MADE up of odds and
ends, but of Clean Up-to-date
Dependable Mer
chandise. Ladies! and
Misses' strictly tailored
fancy trimmed Suits and
Coats. Do not delay. Come
and enjoy the extraordi
nary opportunity of buy
ing High Class season
able merchandise at end of
season prices.
fill -I
4: i
i l :. & :W I N!
15' J,
SUtTS FROM S9.95 up. COATSFROM$4.95 up;
And Closes Saturday Night, November 25.
To make this Sale a success we are going to give the good peordTf Lexin
ton and vicinity an unusual offering in Ladies' and Misses' strictly tailored a J
fancy trimed Suits or Coats, mode up of all wool mixtures. Series BroadrlMb
New Fancy Coatings and Reversible Cloth In a wide range of shades Th7
sons best sellers In fact any Suit or Coat in the house worth from tin nnf "
$25.00. While they last 14,95 $20 00 to
12th and Main
Lexinflton, Missouri

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