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V0L- LL LEXINGTON, LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAy7oCT01JER, 28, 192l7 NrMRvTTT -H - O A Photo of Your Baby Without Cost J THE OPENING OF OUR ' I INFANTS & CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT IS ANNOUNCED FOR SATURDAY, OCT. 29TH A cabinet size photo of your baby will help ?! . you remember this occasion. j For a limited time, coupons with each dollar purchase is this new Department re deemable at the , ' J. 0. Coffin Studio entitles you to a fine likeness of 'the most wonderful baby in the world LEXINGTON H. S. 0; WENTWORTH 52; , HIGGINSVILLE M. S. 13; CENTRAL RESERVES 12 BROS. fcccccooeGcccosGSoccccecceo SELLS FORD AGENCY AND GARAGE ACCESSORIES John Morrison & Sons Dispose of Business On West Main St. John Morrison & Sons, who have had Jthe Ford Agency in Lexington for the past .ten years and conducted a garage and re pair shop, have disposed of that part of their business to James i M. Robertson of Kansas City, and possession was given Tues day. This firm consisting ofi John Morrison and his two sons, Guy T., and William Morrison, have made an enviable reputa tion in fair dealing and have prospered through this and strict attention to business. They retire from this field of activity witl- lh best wishes of former customers and the pub lic generally. They will contin ue the business at 1113 Main street, carrying a complete line of automobile accessories. Mr. Robertson is an experi enced auto salesman. He will conduct a general garage busi ness, and employ only first class mechanics, assuring satisfacto ry service in every particular. Mr. Robertson is married and lias one child. He will move his family here in the near future. We trust that he will like Lex ington, and prosper. Iknoit-McDonald. Mr. Pierre Benoit and Miss Winifred McDonald, daughter ter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mc Donald, 615 Highland Ave., were married Wednesday morn ing at 7 o'clock at the Catholic church, Rev. Father Curry- officiating. The newly weds left on the! morning train for a few days' "-stay in Kansas City. They will make their home in Lexington. Mann-Aull. j The marriage of Mr. Vohn Leonard Mann, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Mann, of Wellington,! and Miss Percy Silver Aull,1 (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will-; iam Ayjl, was celebrated Thurs day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, 1 at the home of the bride's par-' ents, 170G Main street. ! Only the immediate relatives. of both families were guests,' but every detail was arranged; and carried out with beautiful taste and effect. The handsome home was elaborately decorated, the hall and library with au tumn leaves and wild asters, the dining room was gala with many yellow chrysanthemums. In the' parlor, an niter, was imnrovis1'! before the' mantel, banked with; ferns and lighted with candles. ; The bridal party walked through an aisle made by wide ribbons. The bride and groom' were preceded by William Aull III, who carried the ring in a lily, and little Sara Ann Aull as flower girl. They were met by( Rev. Robert L. Cowan, who read, the marriage service. Preced ing the ceremony, Mr. William Aull, Jr., sang "Madrigal" by ' Chaminade, and "0 Promise; Me" by Robyn. Mrs. John Langsdale, Jr., sister of the bride, was at the piano and played the wedding music with; Liszt's Liebestraume during the! ceremony. ; The bride wore her. going a-: way gown of brown cloth trim med with 'beaver. Her corsage! was of Sunburst roses and vio-j lets. j Very delicious refreshments; carrying out the color scheme! of the dinning room were served with Mrs. Oscar Wulfekammer, sister of the groom, and Mrs. John Aull of Kansas City, pour ing the coffee. The High School Classic Won byjThe Visiors Made Things Inter Higginsville In a Stubborn j esting Before Coach Wikoff ' Contest. ; Entered His Star The classic event in football! Players. Friday afternoon was the! Friday Lexington's foot-! game between the Lexington ball fans had a enough football' High School team and the Higr- until the next game. The' ginsville team. The game wasj first game was between Went-! hard fought from whistle to j worth and a team from Central! gun shot, and while the Lexing-'j College of Fayette, Mo., compos-1 ton boys were defeated, 13 tojed of ineligibles, for one cause j 0, they gave a good account of and another, and second string! themselves. When this game:men. Wentworth started with' began a crowd of about 2,000 j several regulars on the side lin-! people had assembled and the es. They kicked off and imme-j scene was - inspiring to botlrdiately held Central for downs.' players and spectators. Wentworth in return was held, It was apparent from the very but on the second play recover beginning that it would be stub- prl iha ,oii a fKi t, borningly contested. Higgins-j then made first down easily and I ville kicked off and the battle; were nearing Central's goal on; was on. It was hard sledding; every play. On the visitor's five for both teams to make first j yard line W. M. A. fumbled and! down. Punts were frequent,1 a fleet-footed Centralite grab-! which added to the uncertainly ! bed the ball and mrpd s vnrriJ . ii . . i, ... . " ! ine re3UJt a neither team! for a touchdown. No goal was was handling them cleanly. The kicked. Central 6; W. M. A. 0. again. The Chamber of Commerce of Lexington stands for a larger, better community, along the broadest lines conceivable. It makes no class distinction, no creed distinction. Let's all work to make Lexington communi ty the best of its class in Missouri. LEXINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE first quarter ended with noi W. M. A. kicked off score, with the honors about e-j Central soon gained 25 yards a- en. in tne second quarter the j round end but could go no fur visitor's captain seemed to be I ther and kicked. The ball then getting, the most out of his changed hands repeatedly until team and began to bore into Vent worth got the ball on Cen Lexington territory. They were Aral's 25-yard line, from which not making any records, howev-! point Dickson carried it over on er, Dut were losing the ball now an end run. No goal. W. M. A.i ana men. on downs. But right; G; Central 6. I back they would worm their way; Soon after the next J w reatening Lexington's goal.; central completed two passes! This see-sawing kept up until.and 8Cored their second and lasfcj nearly the close of the half.J touchdown. Central 12. w Mj when Higginsville swung around' . 6 j Lexington's left wing for & c.' . . . J fm.VwWn Mn vni i,tA Shortly after the beginning of i ThP hnif - w bepan sendin m hls regulars .La fV, ... j and then things began to pop. I old when the visitors scored-. ... V ,;- aannnA , l, , Central was smothered with end ( their second touchdown and,. . b;i j , rp. . runs and forward passes, until kicked goal. They were using .A 4, F ' ,l ,.. ,i , ,, vwuunn maae seven loucn- tne forward pass successfully i , , , . , , . . anA training vll t . 1 downs and kicked four goas,! and gaining around Lexington's- v. A . . : ,a u . making the final score 52 to 12. left end with monotonuos regu-i ' laritv. But this fh. , J Score b? ing Hinfville though would; rush the ball to Lexington's five ... . . Line-ups: yard line only to be held. This,c. c. r. . happened three times and the Pierce Higginsville captain showed Eerrier very poor strategy. He persist Lexington's Hospital. If you did not visit Highland Heights Hospital during open house from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. Monday, when the ladies of the D. A. R. and the Women's Club conducted the tour of inspection, be sure to go at your conven ience. What you will see there will be a revelation to you in the matter of arrangement and e quipment and cleanliness. The operating equipment is said by physicians who know, to be the equal of any of its kind in the State. The Hospital is open to the practice of all reputable phy sicians and surgeons. Messrs S. N. Wilson, John Chamberlain, and B. C. Drummond, appointed by the Chamber of Commerce, constitute the managing board. The financial success of the un dertaking is guaranteed by a number 'of citizens, and i3 ad ministered by the Chamber of Commerce. Rev. W. A. McCausland Dead Mrs. J. H. Hall received a tel egram Tuesday evening which announced the sudden death of her brother, Rev. Walter A. McCausland, at his home in Hol lister, California, Tuesday. The deceased was born on the old McCausland farm, now the site of the Confederate Home, February, 1859. He hal lived in California the past fifteen years, and was pastor of the First Christian church of Hollister at the time of his death. The deceased is survived by his wife and one daughter; al so one sister, Mrs. J. II. Hall, of this city. C L. G. G. 6 6 26 0 W entry used line plays when line! ?dy plays were stopped dead by Lex-! Mnn ington. Three times the local Ransdall boys showed what they could do Hnmatt s by turning the visitors buck in r:!n the shadow of their own goul. 1 i. i , Substitutions: Central Harvey for m the middle of the field, maybe . Vmce, Moore for Randall, Cloe for R L. T. R. T. L. E. R. E. a L. If. it. ii. F. D. M. A. Reid Wenner L Flore; Patrick Alkire Moor Nail Parrih Dickson Clammer Ispocogee Death of Mrs. Ashford L. Shanks. Mrs. Ashford L. Shanks died Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock at her home six miles South of Lexington. Mrs. Shanks was born in St. Louis, May 20, 1800. She came to this county in 1875, and was married to Mr. Shanks Febru ary 17, 1881. Resides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Silas Woodruff, of this county. Funeral services at the home Wednesday evening at 1:30 o' clock, and at the Trinity Evan gelical church at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. J. C. Bierbaum conducted the services. Death of S. C. Hodges. S. C. Hodges, an old and high ly respected citizen of Dover, died Tuesday morning at the I home of his son,- Irvin Hodges, I The deceased was born in Vir ginia, and' was 84 years of age. The survivers are three daugh ters and two sons, as follows: Mrs. Josephine Corder and Mrs. Fred rittman, Waurika, Okla.. Mrs. Frank Gordon, Lexington; Irvin and John Hodges of Dover. Circuit Court The case of Thomas Madden vs. Farmers Fuel Company of HigginsviHe, damages, which was tried Wednesday before a pury, resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $335. The case of Charles E. Col lins vs. Farmers Fuel Company of Higginsville, damages, a judgment was agreed upon af ter the witnesses for the plain tiff had been examined. the result would have been dif ferent. Late in the fourth quar ter a few breaks in luck gave Niegers. Wentworth Bradfield for Ixpoco- Kt'e, Tnubman for Moor, Masters for; the local boys the ball in Hitr-' Wenner Steele for Nail Rosers for ...... . . . I Rnwl nnA Wolfa nml T)in T T7 lacked the punch to put it over, Higginsville has quite a clas- also Rot in the line. Referee Moles of Warrensbure: Umpire Sellers of Chicago; Head- 7 : WELCOME : : The place where you know you are welcome is your own house, and the one place where you knovxthat you are welcome even when you come to get mon ey is the. hank where you have your own account. Start a savings account with this bank. Lexington Savings Hank LUX I NGTON. J 1 1 SSO IUU sy high school team, and in linesman Richards of Emporia Nor- Humphrev thev have a verv vnl- mal. uable player. With a Humphrey on the Lexington team, the score could be reversed. And that one player about expresses the difference in strength in the two teams. The game was clean and sportsmanlike, and Some More of the McFadin Case The supreme court Thursday granted the writ of prohibition in the case of the State vs. Wal ter McFadin. In other words, the supreme court savs that well handled by Mr. Edwards of! Judge Buckner, of Jackson Kansas City. " County, , who released McFadin - -jfrom jail under writ of habeas This wedding unites two old corpus, had no jurisdiction in and highly respected families t I I L .... .- a of Lafayette County. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aull, and is ond of Lcxingon's most charming and popular young women. The groom is a valued employee of the Lafayette County Trust Company and a very popular young man with all who know him. Mr. and Mrs. Mann left by auto for Kansas City to begin their honeymoon. They will make thflr home in Lexingpn. supreme court places McFadin in the hands of the sheriff to serve his sentence of six months in the county jail. It is now up to the sheriff. "Complete Satisfaction" A Double Wedding. v Carl F. Meyer and Miss Lucy Johnson, Theodore E. Guenther and Miss Loraine Robertson, all of Waverly, Mo., were married Wednesday afternoon in the probate court room, JudgeS.N. Wilson officiating. In our business of selling Lumber, we always Ity to do two things give a man a little better Lumber tKan he can get elsewhere, and charge him no more than he would hare to pay elnewhere for Lumber not bo good. We Hnd It easier to hold old customers tha to make new ones. How about you? .Are you wholly Hatisfied? Let us make you an estimate on your neat bill. Large or Rmrll no matter which. W will appreciate the smallest order and give you the came care, consideration and attention that the largest buyer t -ii Remember, there's satisfaction in quality. "THE YARD TIIAT SAVES AND SATISFIES LAMBERT LUMBER COMPANY JOHN J. PRICE, Manager.