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Mil !' I'MI" I WliWWW ihWWWU MUM d I 1 Hi! M HI 'I ! - Frtfey, NeYetar 1, 1)11 MAXSMALL WUlLICAJf r, U a b nt 8 W1' am Vic K; dat nk. Wif- MIAMI Mrs. Mary Ev Null who left Miami thk month for LosAngcles, Cat, to spend tho winter on account of hor delicate health wrltos back that she fell In with good company all tho way from Miami Sti. Mm. Shonherd and grand son were on their way to tho aime plase, and that alio Toached her destination eafely. Mrs. August Royar, Sr.. and her daughter, Miss Julia will leave this week for Qlenwoood, Iowa,to visit Mr. and Mrs. Cliyton Wheel r. Thev will be gone about a month. Th emany friends of Mr'. Dettlo Lcmmon of Marahall arc and ip.it Ing a visit from her this week. Tho cottage owned by d. T. Taylor and occupied, by Mrs. Em ily Garrett has been neatly sh'ng led recently. Miss Fannlo Hannern who has made hor 'home at Jim Allen's, left for Kingston, Oklihoma, the Inst of tho week to make it her future home. Mrs. Andrew Hunaikcr who has been In Miami for the pist four months left for her home In Mcx- leo, Mo., Wednesday. Ifcr hutband who his 'boon In St. Lukc'rf ho.pt nl St. Louis his ro'ovcred an J re aumcd his business In Mexl o, Mr. and Mrs. lloyd Sullivan unci on Frank spent Sunday at Mrs. Sullivan's brother! Will Hnynie. 1 "A Boozer" It r.eemi Is permant- ly locitcd in Miami and his suc ceeded In crippling several Ml mil- ! an, both .white and colored, rend-j oring the gait of oven some of the athletes unsteady and causing , others to fall by the w.iyilde not I to "blush unseen" but on the other, sldo make their friends blush also. Perhaps an old tlmj "yu phy me t Ing" might help t'J dish ths cup. from the Hpi for a while at least.' Misses Irma 'Mull iml lierta Iluckcr two Miami girls wer In Marshall shopping last Thursihy 1 Emmett Jennings and faml'.y of I the I'lenunt drove v-nlty rpent Sunday at the home of J P. Elder. Hov. Leonard of Marshall prah ' el Sunday morning and evening nt tho Presbyterian church. Georglc and Aldolph Itoynr, Jr. . who h i' r. r! tnlHa fever nrt SALE GREATSTOVE AND DEMONSTRATION Beginning Monday, Nov. 4, and continuing tho entire week, wo will have a special sale on heaters and ranges. This will bo your opportunity to supply your stove needs for tho winter at prices novor before offered at this time of tho year. Wo have ono of tho largest and best stocks of stoves and ranges in the county and these offerings at the prices will be the sensation of the season. Hero aro a few of thp specials: QUICK MI2AL STEEL RANGE with Reservoir and High Closet, 0 lids, largo oven. Regular price $57.50 for.$42.50 ALL CASI RANGE with 0 lids and high closot,3all fuol-'.S fire box. Regular prteo $37.55, for $32.50 GENUINE WHITE OAK HEATER regular 522.50, for$18.50 GENUINE BUCK'S HOT BLAST HEATER, regular price ?2).00. for $18.50 GENUINE "NEVER FAIL" HOT BLAST HEATER, reuuliU' price $27.50, for $22.50. Tlic-caro a largo muiilcr of other sizes which will bo in eluded in thi a!o. Ca'l at our store and look them over. All Stov&i Will be mai Iced in plain figures. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Nov. 7, 8, and 9, wo will have with us a special Factory Representative, who will give a DEMONSTRATION of tho wonderful COLK'S HOT BLAST II12ATI5RS nnil H.VNiIvS. Come and sec them in opcrntion. See tbo smokeless and odorless Broilor and Tcaster, tho now ovea con structbn. thn heat resisting uiater.'ar'CoIelzed Steel," the Hot B!at comb jsti'jti, and other special and patented features tho only iiiinrovo itcuL in Range Construction in 20 years. We will give whh each COLKS'S HANG 15 xo'd durirg Ihis sale. $i(0 worth of oiunieled ware Oi jour own selection. ' This is not a mad-j-up "set of vessels" at u llctkious price, but ' standa d s'.ulT at regular prices. If Pr:cc3 and Quality count with you. come early and make your selection. ii HUFF-PROCTOR HARDWARE &FURN. CO.- able- In be o; fain Con...d.r.vio comprint Ih being nlgnt before clu'tlor. made by thu pvhool child ran of Invited to be procnL Everybody Sunday. I Mrs. Will Elgin and chlldron. of their ikmicIU and other things bo- Several from hero attention tno Nelson are guests of tho formers ing stolen from their desks during J Womiernnu snow ai Arrow t( Mnt UarnM nnd wJfc mo enu oi mo weens iiou(uyi..iTiuay i cuing. ,, ijuflky thieves have been seen en-, . nhould bo set for these troublesome Rev. Fowler, prealdont of tho Daptlflt femalo collego at Losing- ton preached a fine nsrmon at tlio Uilove and then somo wnrm work done on their pelts. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoemaker Uantlst church Sunday nlshL returned to Chicago Thuraday af-, Mra R p Brlghtwoll wa9 Cfl,,cd tor several daya visit with tho forrt . er's inother, Mrs. Julia Huff. , to Slater Sundov on flCC0Unt Mr. nnd Mrs. Erneat Phillips and, Illness of hor mothr at that placo. children wero shopping shall Saturday. in Mar- Mra. S E. Dowden of Kansai Cil,y is tno guest of relatives here. BLOSSER Mlas Maud Blojser reiu-n;d Jast Monday woning from Jefferson J( , , c ,n mn(o ily:ng trIp Mrfli Charley SaycrJ and daughter, City. She was accompjn ed by ' a,..,i.. tii- m x ' nosicett anu ciyuo ,..M w.i nvirl fill fill Vlf f i Crnln und Horace and Frank Grain I Mrs. D. A. Baker woji a gu&st of iir' t in . ir i i oi to Warrenaburg Saturday. I Julia and Mra. M. Gentry were Mar Thomas. . " l'aritey fkn nnd nenry t Sljnliy ftt Ul0 homo of Mr, her brothor CJt u t wook. Tl 1 Dl.l ..f.fi . uiinsL-r wwc oiuit-r vnuorn aion- " .i t t ii UIiu luiii u. it. uuuiuxiiki a , . . , Mrs. Ernest Pulton of near Dlos-, Charley Gall spent Sunday and Raymond Payne, or Lexington, vlH-tod hor slBtor Mrs. Lj.tor, Monday of thU wook in Marshall, pent several days this week with' Mi ,w, i. wv.' mu. Mvrri w.i.i. frionds nml wlnt.vi. ..." .rwu,, nor vam fV "1 Wo are haViag some fine weatn esr at.th4 writings . 3 . y w. a. nmith made a business trlr to Concordia WeJneftJay. , Mra.'Bkd 'Sckrscn va tVu Meat of 'ilra Ai-P Montg'om;ry and Miss. Dora Mayso Friday after noon. iMra. Arthur McAl'hter was the guest of Mrs. Lester McAllister Wednesday. Mra. Walter Smith cilted on Mr. JJ? Baldwin Wednesday. Richard Miyae took a load o prn to Sweet Springs Wadnes'ay. Mrs. A. F. Montgomery and ror, Owon and' MIm Dora Mayse v'slt ed Mrs. Riley Dickerson and fam lly Thursday. Henry Johnson of Swro' Pplni" was In this neighborhood Wednes day looking over his farm. Miss Callio Dickerson spsnt sev eral days last wook with hor sister Mrs Richard Mayae and- family George Doal nnd wife of near Marshall were horo visiting rela tives Bovoral days last week. Charles Forbes nnd family of near Elmwood npent Saturday night and Sunday with Arthur Mayso and wife. A. F. Montgomery and family and Miss Dora Mayso and MIhb Nell Nlghtw no fcpn Sun-'ay rl 1 J, W. Jflghtwine nnd family. Miss Esther Wesbrook nnd MIB3 Wlnna Miller spent from Friday until Sunday with Miss Ruth Grain. Peter Velta is on tho sick list this week. Charles Craln nnd family spent Sunday with Ed. Elliott w' 'im uy. Minnie Relnwald .happenoJ to qulto an accident last week. She had an arm torn opon and hor back torn when tho manure spread cr caught her. Dr. Jackson of Ilerndon was summoned at on:c who took seven stitches In her hrm and! ono in her back. At this writing oho is getting along nice ly. j Hov. Bolton filled hla regular ap pointment nt Antioch Saturday and Sunday. They aro contemplating having 'a now church. IIclp tha good work along. Llttlo Evelyn Lyons had qulto n painful oxperlonco whllo she w.is out playing, r.ho ventured to nnr to tho bee hive. Sho got between 30 and ntlngo and wao real sick all night Edward. Scott and wlfo and Miss Mary Smith wero tho guests of Mrs. Nancy Scott and daughter, MJsa Mary of MeAllstor Springs Sunday. 4 NAPTON Everybody i gutting ready to gather corn. Thoro Is a large crop to bo takon care of and Is selling from 7c to 50c n bushel. Joe Bvlng and wife o Laxlngton vtoltod Mr. Goorgo Smith Satur day, and. Sunday. Thoy camo In their now car. Clydo Williams' father and moth. er oX Kanaaa City are visiting him .this weak. Mra. Nancy .Baker nnd daughter, Miaa Eva, were dinner guests o; Mm. Ed Stoffer Sunday. U Mra. Joe Fieid and sister, Miss pamo iticnara, returned from a sYrl weeka vUlt in Kentucky. nwu Aoney roturneu 'rom Ver- Mnrthall'j Gt cat est Home Furnishing Store. A Store! reputation is made by the Jlas. cf Merclvanfiise it Sells. Our most 3 renuous i fferts are directed td wd Quajiiy Then Frices as Iow a ,t is possible to make and not reduce the qu-itv. Ttxe Round Oak is at Home In Every Lnd," An American Home Scene -M OfIN f I Mitt MO 10IS liltt.f UHWNt DAY and NIGHT Parlor Bed is three coaplete, perfect articles ia the fona ana at the price of oae a haadxMne daveoport by day. a cocafortable, fua-wed 'bed by night, aad baady wardrobe m the tine. Chugs it mtd Urt t!y vrkkoul MorUf (torn ihe wall. Alwyi tdr. wi4 UMtn PP pUc a tfoubU, UcbsttsImcs et oUby. S'mpU, jUAi mJ oa. AvtamHk cm I (at eat of oiW. pMflt ( PJJT J-) yrf f9 Cmm ia tV mi m k 1 IN OUR PU NiTiJrfH DE AFIFMEN I n XT rtvlvini, wnnf tn MnMiViall nn WO! n crnrvjif nt ftnn1 n Mr. and Mra. Chas. Fulton and Mond oVenIng to hear tho can. day. yBU2?fB .r?r t0 ,Lo8 dlto for governor on tho Pro-1 Mrs. Jnmea Welch was a Mar- Summit Saturday in Mr. Pultons 9lve tIcct &M vl5ltor Monday. mi v ii . . ' Mr. and Mra. n. A. Thomas and xnrs. a. uowuen Is epcnOingiomo'saUlM Prldav with n. Mlaaes Katharine Fk'tcho-. V r- vr 1 t nm ui, . ui "ay wun some nice cat n8Slr"dV'"i R!?.: rlghl Mrs. Fulton, P. H. Boatrlght, Huston at Sweet s'prUigs. I A i.e crowd from tlm JamOil Hiv'niuv nwtA .n.. . 1 1 , . --a" v..w .vj uu luiiiixv ui ournuuu wenr in ama tj i.. ... L rt I ------ w4W?T I II lay Miller, The Round Oak Heater, Majestic Range, Sealy Matlrcs?, Hoosier Kitchen Cab inet, Kindel Bed Davsn port, Standard Sewing Ma chin., One Minute Washing Machine, Bigclow Rug, Rochester Nickel ' Ware Ware Ever Alumin ium, Karpen Bros, Parlor Furniture and a few factories who make only HIGH CLASS Goods that contributes to our Store's charactor. ard Harrison, Harry Thomis and "f," "1 .i.ti.i",- "1" T s.l 1 . . WUl UIIU Uilt.kiWIt UIIUUUD4 nv mI Minr ,i xr m ,. Sunday with II, A. Thomis nnd Mrs. T. J. Feitherston of Mar Mrs. Minor and Mrs. T. Miles wlfe shall was a guest of Mra M ri SSfo?" y w Mr nnd Mrf wt antl Mrs-Wol!aM cnjnt last try Sunday- mI. M.i xf n t 'Tuesday with Dr., and Mrs. J. D. Misses Mlldied Brlggs, pnarl v H m ErilfSt, ?yer sp?nt , Jckon. faupln and Ella Cunningham S BnaLf ' ?.ckburn, Pau, ZInk yBioi All.Joa CIay. Blackburn vKtors Sundav ' .I;;"' riS-JLr-"MWfMth! Sunday. ..Harry Danuser of Mar'h.U. WM ana Mp. find Mm. .T. J. niRvinf? nnH tno truoAt of ht n "---.- ' vwHoua'UH JJirjuV ... - . il. . ..l.li- I Air flnnrlnw 0 guests of tholr parents, Mr. Mm T O fnn.i a...i ;;L Tl 'uu"ury' 'eon wero nmonz the vliltors j-i.ro, uiiti wemoss or Urand Pass xr...ii a..-,i . . . spent the day Monday with Mrs. . M,7d m"" an, nCTSLTaiwl Saturday at tho county sea. Lois May Gentry was very sick Mr. and Mra. T. T. Claycomh vis- Bvcral days last week, ltod with Mr. and. Mrs. Malott last Mrs- Bertha Donuser of Marshall Sunday. was In, town on business Prlday. Hisses Edmonla FlcBhmin and Tni Smith and Elizabeth Clark wore, in town Sat- Dlngloy and Cireen Dlnglev return 'T. "raay from Kansas N. J. Fletcher. Miss Katharine Fletchr wai Marshall visitor ga u-dtiy, LITTLE ROCK " Minor rsturned Situn1.iv nwlnv. adorning from Springfield, Il'inols , u where ho liad been attending tho clay pigeon shoot and out of 114 MT. LEONARD shooters present ho camo out fourth highest. Mr. Eh I r alw yJ M!ss M'nnlo Ho. krn'mith return- comes out winner which spoaks cd to hor post Thursday after a Veil for LUtto Kock In tho ahopt- months vacation. WW f , John Hooper and wire of Miami, our Ivivo City whero thoy had hn An sy tend the BaptUrt General Associa-Won. GLENWOOD Mlsa Minnie Kurtz Is veiling her , The plo ami box supp?r at our Hive been guest this week of homefolks. dfaeHool, Jiouse Saturday ni-rht was Tom Smith and family. Henry Lender 'iM nntMn ... . 7! -Tf8 but Jl,van't J?arnpd how; Mrs. Nannio Austin' of Columbia, now houaey . ;, 't'HUHsh, thejH-ooesd wera. ' jUa guest a? Dr. and Mrs. Tuttlo Misses Mary BftllvrtBd Maud Ake- rii'-iVL,...JJ "Vl : V. , . ... .. Uw. vonaer aatur- -ri srW" Vfvu wui qnu vote, wo i--, j. uquojt mas oeen, tuo oay nignt and Sunday. , f:-i T'f Kuest o! relatives in. Marshall, for MIm XUa Lemter wlllyretum to F"'"A I ' -"-: -rr- , WvfW;lwl"Wri Meorga Pearson wn urjme M- nml VrPW, ht, Shrp. ajtenied cd relatives : km Uiiormmklng at Marshall Mra V. W IhrMMtar. - fOfSraallaare MadSki4tr'WlM. 'Va.ii'Tkajla anil Wff t Myrtle and gillie Turasr p?nt MoflAay; Higrlit wJth ,R.D"enls?s &ai4MMW brbly otiiers Mis? Vlrgl vav a lia&tii ipt ch wall was a 0ytmtg, r.'c4,,tJv'. f. m,. pneer,,turyaiW4jit'MBly.V night All reported it Just fine. 'ine children of the Bableck school will give a box suppor on Saturday night, November 2nd. (Jet your money ready boys so .iAii r.t n nn4 ...111 . . - yu v . o4i wun your best girl with aomeone elses girl. Anyone wlahng to h Ip th Cem etery Club will kindly do ao by sending or giving It to the treas urer, Mra. Walter Wood and not Wade as' the mistake was last week. PLEASANT VALLEY Mra. J, M. Dennis spsnt Monday at L. C. DennW. The , sale at Jas. Thomas' was attested by a. large crowd. ETery thing sold well, eieclally stock. Several from this' viclaHy at tesded aervlces at Mt OHVe Siin- Amxr nlvKf tftt 8uiy at I. J. HokUn'a. 'Mp, and MtVrklByhoas,and; d4UffMe, noWsiO' 'Sunday evealns: at J.,M.Dea' r ; iWj, 'm. 'iuiitm, wm aw aMMSkiMKit' miniT 2 T. 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