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STOVES STOVES sire We are getting our first taste of fall weather these cool nights and we should be making preperation for the frost and freeze which is soon to come. We have carefully studied the different makes of stoves and we believe we have selected the strongest line of Ranges and Heaters ever shown in Laclede or Linn County. . We are Headquarters for Stove Boards, Stove Rugs, Stove Pipe, Elbows, Collars, Dampers, Coal Hods, Pokers, and Fire Shovels. V LSfeiiJi Let's Trade Before it Gets Cold and While Our Stock is Complete Call and Inspect Our Line Whether Toil Buy or Not. Tlhie Mom Stoii9 Laclede, Missouri Local and Peasonal All the latest books and mag azines at the Rexall store. J. L. Welsh made a business trip to Chillicothe Tuesday. 1000 bushels of oats for sale at 65 ceDts if taken at once. 11. Landree, phone 91. E. Thurman is driving a new Elgin Six touring car bought of H. E. Brenner, the local dealer. The Rexall drug store has every thing kept in a first class store and at very reasonable prices. Call and see. P. W. Markham, manager of the Brookfield and Laclede electric light plants, was here Tuesday arranging for some extensions to the Laclede system and preparing to take on some power loads. Ira Duckworth of Hale was here Wednesday on his way to Chilli cothe on business. Ira says he has the finest corn this year he ever raised and it has matured fine and is now about ready to be gathered. At a meeting of policy holders in the crop insurance company held here Saturday night the following were chosen delegates to attend the receivership hearing at Kansas City Wednesday: Ross Nichols, J. L. Wade, G. L. Swerengen and Emil Brandahl They left on ths early morning train Wednesday. C. J. Griffith sent in a dollar yesterday from Cushing, Okla., to renew his subscription to The Blade. lie says the family like it better now in Oklahoma than they did at first. He is in the railroad service, being yard clerk and his son Cool is baggageman. They have good hours and each get $103.00 per month. Houses are scarce there and rent rather high, they paying $20 per month for four rooms. Methodist Episcopal Church W, H. Layton, Pastor, Sermon at 11:00 by the pastor. Quarterly meeting at o:')U p. m. with sermon by the district super intendent, Dr. C, J. English. Ep worth League at 7:15. Thursday prayer meeting at 8:00 o'clock. Sunday night, the 19th, will be "high school" night with appropri ate exercises. Keep toe date in mind. If you are in no Sunday school we give you a cordial invitation to come to the Methodist. Try it and see how you like it. Quarterly conference next Moo day night at 8 o'clock. It is hoped that every member will make a special effort to be present. The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Garside next Wed nesday afternoon. This is an im portant meeting at which officers are to be elected and a large at tendance is desired. The October term of the county court was held at Linneus Monday, all members beine present. Among other business an order was made that land owners be allowed $2.50 for each corner rounded on public highways by changing fence to throw a triangular one-half square rod into road and conveying same to county for road purposes The usual allowances were made. Newspaper Change The partnership of Harry C. Myers and Misa Nellie Hannan in the publishing of the Brookfield Budget, has been dissolved, Mr. Myers selling his half interest to Miss Hannan who will continne the publication. Ming Hannan iid filed a suit in the circuit court for a receivership and dissolution but the matter was later settled out of court on the "give or take" proposition Both parties have the best wishes of the press of the county including The Blade. j Order of Publication Albert Arnold Plaintiff William T. Porter, Isaiah Porter. Den ton 9. Porter. Jamea Porter, John E. Porter, Robert- V. Braddock and Thomas Burrus. and tbe Unknown con sort, heirs, devisees, donees, alienees, immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees of each of the above named defendants, and the Un known consort, heirs, devisees, donees, lienees. Immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or lnvoluBtary grantees of Talton Turner, deceased Defendants. Tbe state of Missouri to the above named or described defendants, greetings: You are hereby notified that an action has been commenoed against you in the Circuit Court of tbe county of Linn In tbe state of Missouri, affecting the title to tbe following described lands and tenements, to-wit: Ten acres off the West side of South East quarter of the South East quarter of Section nineteen (18) and three and one-third (31) acres off the East side of the South West quarter of said Section nineteen (19), aU in Township fifty eight (58) North of Range twenty -one (21) West. In Linn county. Missouri, which said action is returnable on the first day of the next term of said court to be held at the court house in the city of Linneus. in the county and state aforesaid, on the Sth day of December. 1919. when and where you may appear and answer or otherwise defend such action; otherwise plaintiff's petition wiU be taken as confessed and Judgment rendered accordingly It is further ordered that a eopy of this order be printed in tbe Laclede Blade, a week ly newspaper printed and published in Linn county. Missouri, once each week for four successive weeks, the last insertion to be at least thirty days before the commencement of said December term. 1919, of said court. (SEAL) H. H. Lamb. Clerk. A true copy from tbe Record. (SEAL) H. H. Lamb, Clerk. Announcement Extraordinary in House For Sale For sale 7 room house: lot 70x200 feet. Inquire of John Nelson, Laclede. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as tter cannot reach tbe diseased portion at the nr. There Is only one way to can catarrhal deafnesn, ad that as by eosatltatloanl remedy. Catarrhal Deafness la caused hy aa In Damed condition of I be mucocj lining ef too Eustachian Tube. Wbea this tube ta Inflamed yea have a rambling bound or Im perfect heating, and whoa It Is entirely cloeed. OrafBeea Is the recall Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, henrlne- vlll be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are canned by catarrh, which Is mm Inflamed condition of tbe mocooe fur faces nail's Catarrh Medicine acta tbn tbe blood on the bikwi surfaces of Lao areteoa. we will siee One Honored TVllara fa any cane of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot bo cored by Rall s Catarrh Medietas. Ctr sjara free- All Prnrilsta. c W. f. CUM.S6.1 4k CO, Toledo. Q. People who appreciate character Furniture will be keenly interested in our splendid collection of Furniture designed for the living room, bed room and dining room. Oriental and domestic rugs and such furnishings as lamps. A complete stock which presents practically unlimited possibilities. Two car loads of Furniture Just received R. N. Bowden & Son, Ttp The tome of "THE NEW EDISON" Brookfield To Telephone Subscribers Account of the increased cost of all material and supplies nsed in the maintainance of the telephone plant, and also the necessary in crease in wages for all classes of labor, the undersigned telephone company is compelled to ask the State Public Service Commission for permission to increase its rates for the various classes of tele phone service at its Laclede exchange, as follows: City Exchange Service: Present Rate Proposed Rate Basiness Direct Line $1.50, $2.00 Business Extension ?50 Desk Sets . ,16 .10 Residence Direct Line 1.00 1.25 Residence Extension .50 Desk Sets . .16 10 Rentals Payable Ote Month in Advance We have asked that the above proposed schedule of rates be al lowed to go into effect November 1st 1919. Each subscriber is therefore notified that if there is any objection to the proposed in crease, that such objection should be made in writing to the Public Service Commission at Jefferson City, prior to the effective date of the proposed schedule. Laclede Telephone Exchange C L TRACT, Manager -.