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The Laclede blade. (Laclede, Mo.) 1890-1945, October 14, 1905, Image 5

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TOWN AND COUNTRY.
local Events of The Pait, Present and Future
That Will Interest You.
Dr. Hanna, optician.
See Clements for insurance.
Mrs. H. Eccles is in Chicago.
Order Andrews coal of W. S. Sum
mers.
Dr. Hanna, optician, October 18
and 19.
A good farm wagon for sale by Z,
R. Kling.
Uncle Tom at the opera house next
Tuesday night.
Miss Louese Burke left Monday to
visit relatives in Indiana.
Go to Geo. C. Smith & Co.'s for
good values in underwear.
Rev. C. Allen has gone to Califor
nia to spend the winter.
Miss Laura SkulJey spent last week
with relatives in Kansas City.
Byron Slaght has been hunting for
a location in Kansas the past week.
If you want gloves of any kind, go
to Geo. C. Smith & Co.'s for them.
.Tas. Skullev remembered The
Bla.de with a renewal last Saturday
JIrs, Richard Miller and little son
i Donald are visiting relatives in Iowa.
Underwear and more underwear
at Geo. C. Smith & Co.'s. Cheap,
too.
Mrs. Chas. H. Patton, from north
east of town, is visiting relatives at
Tonica, 111.
J. A. Woollen spent a day with an
old friend of his at Chillicothe the
' past week.
The first frost of the season came
Tuesday night. It was. light and did
no damage. 1
Clements is devoting all his time to
the old reliable Metropolitan Insur
ance Company.
C. C. Cotter had a stand at the
Olin sale last Tuesday and did a
rushing business.
, Thos. Randall, a prominent farmer
on route 1 at Sumner, was in Laclede
on business Thursday.
A fine daughter put in her appear
ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
D. Mitchell this week.
H. C. Hoskins spent last week vis
iting his brother Dick and family at
Leavenworth, Kansas.
Jim Brown and Geo. Smith went
; out after, ducks Tuesday and returned
with 28 to their credit.
Mrs. Lea E. Hamilton went to
Unionville Monday to spend a couple
of weeks with relatives.
Henry Strickler has paid for The
Blade to be sent to his brother
Frank at Peru, KansaB. ,
Good brick are going' fast. Very
few left Order today or you may be
too late. Hurry! L. B. Jones.
Dr. Hanna, optician, at the Ander
son House "Wednesday and Thursday,
Oct. 18 and 19. Eyes tested free.
The show' yon have been waiting
for all summer Uncle Tom's cabin
' at opera house next Tuesday night.
- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Maybe and
Misses Marion and Alice Badge, of
Chillicothe, spent Sunday with H E.:
Maybee and family. - . I
'Mrs. P. M. Thompson has improved
her residenoe property by having a
substantial granitoid walk put down.
- .Dave Dick this week bought the
old camp ground property , of ten
just west of town, paying $1100 for it.
Those desiring insurance will do
well to see Clements' contracts paying
from 10 to 13 per cent on investment
A. M.vWalker came home Monday
from spending a week looking after
his farm property in western Kansas.
AI. James, colored, is building a
residence just north of the colored
school building and will move to
town.
S. W. White has moved into the
brick house west of town vacated by
P. E. Smith, who moved to Iowa last
week.
The P. E. O.'s held a pleasant and
very interesting session at the home
of Mrs. G. E. Bruns Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Lillie Johnson was over from
Brookfield Monday on business con
nected with the sale of her residence
property.
Col. D. G. Shifflett, Linn county's
well known auctioneer, was over from
Meadville Tuesday and officiated at
the Olin sale.
Boys, go trade" off that old straw
hat that has seen such good service
for one of those new fall hats Geo. C.
Smith & Co. are showing.
Mrs. Bland and daughter returned
to their home at Green City Thursday
after a week's visit with Mrs. N. E.
Hetrick and family north of town.
W. li. Glover, one or our good
farmer friends out on route 1, handed
in a dollar on subscription last Satur
dav and will continue to read The
Blade. ,
Don't forget that Geo. C. Smith &
Co.'s are making some very close
prices on their fall and winter dress
goods and that they have a very
large stock of same. ,
Misses Leon a Strickler and Laura
Skulley returned the first of the week
from Kansas City, where they visited
friends and relatives and took in the
Priests of Pallas parade.
We have the pleasure of placing
before the public this fall some of the
best values in men's, ladies' andchil
dren's underwear that we have ever
shown. Geo. C. Smith & Co.
The local chapter of P. E. O. will
i ii i m i
give a nauowe en social on xuesaay
nierht. Oct. 31. An admission fee of
10 cents will be charged at the door
and refreshments will be served.
NEEDED HELP.
DR. E. V. HANNA
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EXPERT OPTICIAN,
Of Kansas City,
Will be at Anderson House
Wednesday and Thurs
day Oct. 18 and 19.
Dr. Hanna has had a thorough
optical education, and vast experi
ence in the fitting of glasses. He
has been making regular visits to
towns near Laclede for several
years, where he can give yon any
number of references as to the
character of his work.
If yon are troubled with dim
ness of vision or headache; if the
print runs together when reading;
or if at times you see black specks
in front of the eyes, it is an indica
tion that there is a defect in the re
fraction of the eyes and you should
have them examined,
i. If you have your eyes attended
to now the difficulty may be re
moved. If you delay yon may
wait until it is too late.
Eyes Tested Free.
Prices Reasonable. '
Dr. Griffith Has Dr. J. E. Cannaday, a Special
' 1st on Curable Diseases, to Help Him.
Dr. Griffith, the Ophthalmologist,
who comes here each month, had so
much work that he could not do it all.
Dr. Cannaday is from Missouri
Medical College in St. Louis, Vander
bilt Clinic and Chicago's best school
on the eye. He has received two
gold medals in competitive examina
tions and is certainly a very thorough
man.
what othees say.
Sedalia, Mo., Sept. 7, 1905.
Dr. A. V. Griffith.
Dear Sir: ,
One month ago I weigh
ed 92 lbs. and today I weigh 103 lbs.
I was surprised to think I had gained
so much. I knew I was gaining, but
to gain 11 pounds in one month is a
little more than I am used to.
I am feeling fine in every respect.
I used to be so nervous and I could
not sleep at night, but now I can
sleep fine and I am gaining strength
very fast. I am recommending your
treatment to those who I know need
it, and I hope they will come to you,
as I know you can benefit them so
much, and I will help you all I can
as I want to show you that I appreci
ate what you have done for me.
Yours respectfully,
AUNA GlJNTER.
Dr. Griffith will be at Marceline
Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the New Pal
ace; Bucklin, Thursday, Oct. 26, at
the Lyndon; Brookfield, Friday, Oct.
27, at the Elliott; Laclede, Saturday,
Oct. 28, at the Foreman; Linneus,
Monday, Oct. 30, at the Commercial,
and return every 28 days, making
regular trips. .', ?
Stove Time.
Most people had a chill this week
and began to think of what is coming.
We are in splendid condition to take
care of you in the stove line.
Large size sheet steel Wood Heat
ers for only 81.95. Others at prices
that will suit your taste and pocket
book.
Coal Heaters for $9.00, and others
at prices to please you.
Our Range and Cook Stove busi
ness is the largest we have ever exper
ienced. People come from Bucklin,
Linneus and other towns to buy of us
this week, and we only claim quality
and. price as the reason of our large
sales.
Stove Pipe that is made, and made
to stay made. There is a great dif
ference in stove pipe and we have as
good as can be bought. Then the
price is as low or lower than is asked
for the other kind.
Elbows that stay made. , You have
had some experience with poor pipe
and elbows. Don't repeat the dose.
Stove Boards of all sizes.
Stove Rugs from 2 yards square
down to 1 yard squai : and m fact
anything from a fire s.iovel up to keep
you from chilling.
About the nicest thing to use this
time of year before you put np your
heater is a coal oil heater. We have
them and to use them one day is to
convince you that they are just the
thing. Then the price is low and
the consumption of oil small. .
If you are ' chilling, come in and
get warm. If you are warm, come in
and tell ns about it, for you are sure
ly using a heater from
gfte Model,
C. iVHlLTON, Prop.
t Only a few thousand brick unsold.
Come' and get them. . . LTB. Jones.
BUGGY HAfiNESS SEASON!
THis is the season for Buggy Harness. I
have the largest and most complete line
ever shown in Laclede, and am asking
only the usual low prices for them. The full
ness ot the line and low price have made my
sales of heavy harness this spring exceed all
prior years, and there is no reason why the
same rule should not apply to the Buggy Har
ness business. I have all grades from cheap
est to best, including a full line of the medium
grades, both in single and double.
O. F. LIBBY, jr.,
f Laclede, - - Missouri.
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MEALS AND HOT LUNCHES
Meet Me at E. T. WeicKer's
Restaurant and Confectionery, where we can get anything
we want to satisfy the inner man. E. T. Weicker has
opened up a first-class confectionery aDd restaurant and
keeps only the best things. All kinds of
CANNED GOODS. CIGARS, TOBACCO. LUNCH GOODS,
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, ALL SUMMER DRINKS, REGULAR
MEALS, SHORT ORDERS,
And in fact everything usually kept in a place of this kind.
. Do not fail to call and see him. Courteous treatment and
value received for your money is bis motto.
E. T. Weicker for several years was engaged in this line of
business at other points and is now located iu the Bryant
building.
E. T. WEICKER,
LACLEDE) MISSOURI.
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MONMOUTH
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It saves you worrying, thus preserving your temper on wash day.
Less Than Half Rate West and Southwest via
Burlington Route This Pall.
Starting the first or third Tuesday
of any month during the remainder
of 1905 you can make exceptionally
cheap but thoroughly comfortable
trips to many points in eastern Colo
rado, Wyoming, western South Dako
ta, central and western Nebraska,
western Kansas, southwestern Missou
ri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indian Ter
ritory, Louisiana, Texas and New
Mexico. Tickets good returning with
in twenty-one days. Many etopoyers
allowed. Illustrated booklets and
full details are yours for the asking.
F. F. Pratt, Agent.
ZT. STANDLY
PHYSICIAN
SURGEO N
Special attention paid to
Diseases of the eyp and
Fitting classes
Residence No.l.
I Residence N
Phono office No. 42.
LAOLBDB, MISSOURI.
Telegraphy.
The most noted telegraphy school
... rf-n mi - t. r
in tne west is at vnmicoine, iuo,
Over 100 persons took this work last
year and every one has a good posi
tion.
The School to Attend.
Manpin's Commercial College holds
the state record for placing students
ia high grade positions. One concern
has made application for fifty of its
next rear's graduates. All graduates
are guaranteed good positions. En
rollment larger than ever before. En
ter any day. Address Dolph Mauf
ts, President, Chillicothe, Mo.
Serf Wheat Fr Sak.
Fine Tennessee Blue Stem wheat;
heavy yield. Inquire at Bruns mill
GROUND FEED.
The
Laclede Mill
Has on hand a large supply
of nice, clean Nebraska corn
and now has .....
Fresh Meal,
CracRed Corn
Ship Stuff;
Bran
Wheat and
Oats.
Ground Oats
and Corn
and White Oats.
We have all kinds of feed for sale
in any quantity and am prepared to
fill all orders promptly. . :': . .
C E. BRUNS Prop.
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