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Till M.UtRHAM ItKri'DMPAX 1'AOK FIVB .H-MH-HH-H-H-H-tH-l-H-m- County News J. MIAMI Mrs. .Inn. (1. Overton nnf. Mrs. Dl.'k Overton of Trenton, Mo., worn guest tit thofjlotuf Wltoojbr. oti ftJnYiHny night. They" woo Slijitori nt i$ tffl. ,H utlvtirtlsod oi?t ufy!.'u " ,l,ri" UUdlonee. Till' ' Ht'ilnltu mlr nnd'i,ToMad the rlv Hi lit nolnt. Friends of '.I. t J., Hughoii -will bo pleased Id know (hut hu unit wife nro veil ntid urn pleased with their hotur nt ModoMa, Cnllf. They woro form ally well esteemed Mlaiuiuns. .Mm. AlsAyres, who Iiiik boon visit In K In Kansas City, will shortly leuvo for u visit to rclatHes ut Orrlck, niul later nt Wakondn. On Thursday the following guest illni'il nt tlii homo or .tun Wnldcn: .Mr. Mill .Mr., State of Carroll county, (Yen HttttiM niul wife of near lloKiinl, niul their rhiiufftier, Mr. Hudson, uln ,Mr, niul Mrn. John Wiilduu niul Al ilelph Itoyur mil futility or Miami. Th Stairs families httonded tho stn.e fulr Insl week. Herbert llowtirkor, who was tit-tending- to lilt future Interests In Mluinl. loft for IiIk Iioiiio In Sinter n f('' lIll.VH llgO. Mih. Alien SueMIng nttondsd to limine In Mnrrhatl one itny lust week. Sim wont over In the llurruns car. Mm. .loli llnniiit a children return iil to Miimlnil) nftor u pleasant visit In Mm. llntina's mothor'H homo In M Intnl. Mr. unit Mm. Mm Alton nmt Mltn Autihol Hell II11111111 greatly I'ltJoyiHt tlio Hednlln fulr. Hint Chlstoll went out to Van Longs I tt rut on Monday to begin on hlii line house. Mr. Longs meterls! 11 ro all ramly now to begin work ut his fine homo. The bridge nt Mmlily linn been worked upon ntnl greatly Improved In strength uiiii tipponrnnro. Tho rouiti In ttntt vnrlnlty nro greatly Impru? i'il. - Mrn, JiiOjKliffi'r la. ltlnt; her dnuthtor, Mrs. I'tuil lleekloy, ut Osh,w wnlutulo, Kansas. Mm. James (loiluinn U soon to Irnvo frit Texas to join her husband, wlio owns lino Inml thoro. Mm. Hod man hopes to got benefit for pout hi'iiltli, which she linn hail lately. Thrtf.teamor, Ailvamv, t-amo In lust i.IkIiI on IIh way down tho rlvor unit liirrtfirilly IoiuIh of frolKhl for our iiicrchnnt. Ivnn I'tirri'lt and hU awlmcnt. Mr Janilnon Itnyuiuml Cti'vliolt mid (Ui. T.ilm'tinyor. all, went to tlio fc'mttillti fn If In' nit ante lint wi'illo. PtsT6i- viilliinm.iuii lltiv Irvltm o I '"l0c UUln. nnM.L I. .ill. .ii'V. L. ....I.. ,Jhey tiro vory hy Mid huvo a wuy t ono day lut week niul cronu'd tlio rlvor to tmiko n trip to Ourrolltuu. Joliuy VuiikIiii vUltod Ihu Sodallu fulr (nut week nml It Ik Mild ho found M11 11 do Ilnynto of Kuimns City. Mm, lloli Coloiiian of thu Hell Tclt ptiotjo Co., wont up to Carrotlton on Thursday of hmt week niul nttomtud to Homo liiifliKun. Hho ruturticd the aiiio ilny. Will Inline will nhortly no to llrook rtcld on a vhdl to tho homo of Win. Ni'oitloR, who In n tirothor-ln-lnw oi Mra. Inauo, i'l'Mi W'oiulorlnnjl nhow lirtttt nrtlvo I on oetolntr Ottt, ttnr rn niul uiiproctiittvi' lilnv wan oittltlod. "In tlio Shadow or tlio lllllft." Mr ftoloy, ono of the mimnmiM. Witi nb rent on ucioiint of tho dontli of a din. Khtor, wlu had typhoid fovor, Thl ninki" tho mtoiiiI itiiUKhtor Mr. t'oul oy Inn lout with thlx fiitno iIIxohih'. Mm. Jiio. HiirrtisM and daughter MIh .Marlon tiiul Mlnii Anna l.ottu o t'nrroll county, oppoxlto Mluinl. wot Riiont of tho Kodnlhi fair Inxt wiok. Kvorotl lUillow, who hn lioott llt liiK Miami. Dcwlt niul UIhrkow, n ttirnotl to liN homo Monday. M' Itnllow IIvom In (lundoloi'o loitut: Now Mrxlco, Mm. Win. Hyau ntnl son m-ont th day l.mt Tlinrnday nt tho homo of ho diumhtrr. Mm. Ployil llnynli". I'on- ltyan lui.i tioou out of moIhioI on m ri'imt of rhlllii nml lover. Mlr Miitnlu llnyiito loft for hi Ihiiiio luSiuitRM! City on lnut Snturdn; Sho wiu nrontly rotod hy holnit nt hi old liunio for u wotMtV vUlt. Wm. Ilontoit wont out ot to It tit tuck In laud draw lux, hut rm yi (tin MicroM I1111 nut rotichoil im t ptaro In print. ' I'orcy I'litvcll tin roturuod fro: Chlcnuo. whoro lio wont to vlilt h' !tor-ln-lav. Mm. I'riiuk I'urcoll. Sh In rrltlrnlly III and ut tho time of h: oomtiiK wiim no hotter. Mm. tti'ttlo l.otnmoii will rout 01 her properly In MiimIirII wild vIh Mlmul fr:nit thu luttor purt or th' mouth. Mm. (I. IttiKlu of t'otxnto, Okie nrrlvod lnt tvk to vlult hor frlou- Mm. W. S. .1. Iluro. Mrs. Hiutho vr oiiuiilly the adoutcd duiulilor of Ito Crhtoti or Mlmul ami wan, ho'o- niarrliiKO, Mlm Muttlo Kcnnmi. Mm. J. W. Uou'iiicr and little dm Khtor niul son. ttonry. or 1 Sou t hor tlulluo woro Mlmul xhoiipoM Mondn They woro on tliolr way to I'nrro county to vlU. llotiry Krliihumu, n n liitlvo. .Minn l.aunt Venaldo or St. I.uul riiine up to visit her - many Mian Mends niul to tuko a test In hor nt .onn town tor u row wookn, .Ww tomoH'froin Mm. Wllllu liny ormally or Miami, tuit;inw of Wuyti Oklii.. that nttu Iioh recently rorovoro from a hard npell or fovor, Wolve.i are plnyliiK linvoo nuioi: tho iIh and fowl.1 out In tho iioIkI horlibod of Van Khan I't. It U h.iI and Mm. John I'lnttncr :iIpo loft Hun-1 m day for HprlliKdeld, Illinois, to attend tho fair. Mm, tho Sedalla i;lrlii rouM not eomparo to Saline' Klrh In heiuily. (uy Joiiph of thu Iok niul ntump company recently visited hlrf to-hc hoiiI uiato In (Hankow, It U kuM I o iiIho vMtod In Siillalmry. riiSrkou coopn, hen rocvttv, hranrhrs or troca nml other places that fowU huoo to Hud tliolr ttlKhtu lodKlm;. l.nvo heon vliiltml by tho "black tianil" ii'.un, unit tlio people ixrouml (own at o Ko.ttliiK tliolr (Iro nrnu In roadlueks to itop thoKo rohhcrletf. Tho "coon" has been treed mul will chortly l.e trapped. Mm. Itobort llendrlcl; mul Mm. Joo Bcholsror or MnMhnll woro rocont KtipstB-ln Mm. surulnl'rleoV homo. Unhurt Long nml wlfo and Ron. Knmmy, were aodnlla fair vlaltora lunt wook. MIk.1 Hiith Chapman, formally of Mlmul, wan rocontly married nt Car rolltou to Don Metr'ote, a coinedlen lu n tlontrlcl Co. thit was Itoro tbo latter Jiart of llio VitwItlAH ?wJkR In (tuvxtlon will now nm.i?ar, vlf future, behind tho (not llshts. It la Hald'fetlAVllI mnUi$cratnito debat ia Jlaaworth. A Cathollo priest united in marriage., Minn Chapman mul Mr, Melr)80. Misses lllrda Httcklo ami Ktlictyu Oodmau wrt) on n sbopphiK trip at Sinter lnt weak. Mm, Tom Utloy, who has been 111 Is much bettor hIiico a visit was made to lior by hor daughter, Mm, Powell Mr. Aco Kordon, r fishermiMWor J groat Bttccosiiid'who, )ty tho wuy, t i noted for hlS honctty, even If ho Ja I ftslierjium.-siiyj;lhnt oua day 'last I wook ho was "basking In tho sun uhluo" on n bank on tlio river at He witt, when suddenly bo tuiw n Ju floatliiR down tlio rlvor. Ho and a truVollnRinan got mitckHy into a skill which looked very much and under difficulties they overlook tho Jug ami found It had a hook there on and on that nook thoro was a 50 pound Hvo catfish, which was dressed Mid helped graeo several Dowltt mul Miami tab leg. Mr. uiul Mrs, lloyd Sullivan liad,V a dlnliiK last Thuriday. l)r, A, )l. w. Rulllvan and wlfo utu Mr, td Mrs. JJ. K. Jenainsa aud, family ud Miat . 'i Jl ii ilodRlttK the huutoM Mid iIors. Thorn wus quite a Hploudld Kiitlie' liiK nt Uov. Will llarrott's on lnt Sa' itrduy, October tho ttlt. Tho nfto uuou of that day was tho tltuo sot fo tho Invited Miosis to arrive. Tlio or easlou wai tho china woddim; Mini eMary;of Mr. and Mrs. llarrctt. thl rouplo having boon married 20 yean Had It not been lor bad weather, on hundred people would have bqcn I' attendance. At Is was only about 3' wore present, but the time was spon In great pleasure, talking luuxhlu and cnuKrnttilntlng their beloved par tor nml his estimable wlfo, who n doubt have broken loss eblna war than any other couple In Miami In i years upon the sea ot niatrlmon Many elegant pieces o." china wo prcscuted to tills happy couple. I.IkI efreslimcuts, which were said to hav been the best to the taste that wor oyer served, greatly added to the plot sure of tho occasion. Willie Wood or Malta i..d wan tho guest this week or Mesdamei. lluttlo I'Metcher and .lamc DoMohs. i Chosly Yowoll mid sister, Ml.- , Mara, who attend achoul lu Marshall, 1 spent Saturday mid Sunday with Inline folkx. .V 5 1 MM.AV, A,Cond mid little fltbn. Wuikur UuggiuO rotifruod tturtun) from Canyon City, Toxns, wlmre'the) luiv'ij bueit visiting the former's . pai outs,.. Mr. .Mid Mrs. Kugono Yetea. Menlatu6 (1. II. McClure, 1), T Morelatiil, Clnroneo llupiiilirryn .npi Chnrlle Dlckorsuu won shopplti'; u Mnrshiitt Monday, William liriunn TiDlor. tho liitif o.tlug little son or Mr. Mid Mr. Weir or Taylor, celebrated bin MmI blrtli day on l'llduy, October ), by onl'T tninlug on that day hi griitulmiahor Howard, and (liiiiuliuother luu Itraudfuther Taylor. It Is ticedlci le say that the little fellow wa(i- i iimlel hoHt and may he li.no nmni happy rottiriiM of (he day. Miss Hitina l'lirsons ami uel.o Miss Kthn Clutturbuek of Miami, niu' Misses i.ucy mul Plorn lltirrusH o Carrolltott wnro guests Saturday nur Sunday or Mr. and Mrs. Sowall llur russ, , , , Mill llurrloii made u Ui luei- trl- 'o Ktiimt (l:y t!ils week. API'. I.KOXAItn Miss Dollle Trent rot trued t ho tonie near Dorar Sunday nftei'spen I ug a few days, u su.nl of her tdslt t lis. t'lmiley Chrlstmnn. Mr. Kales had the tnlsrorttine o xslng a Hue horse Issi week. Th om wits hitched to u waiuii at th cput, when tin train (time lu'iind n utomobtlo enmu up near It and I ecu in e frightened, plunged a:t Implied dead. , Mrs. Mueller and children arrive' 'nturday Irom their home lu llllnoi 'i visit with Mis. Mueller's patent) lr. utid Mrs . It. T. llrUhlwcll. Juil en ltrigliteit,brotlior of M". Muol -r, tu'compaulod her from Manthnl nd sfieut Sunday with home folk .ilso. Mr. niul Mm. Hooper uf Miami ar IsltoM ut the country home u( T. m lili mid fatuity this week. The friends of the Misses Welsh til bo sorry to know of their uceld it In mi automobile wreck while r ixlatia last week, resulting lu a brol u nrtn lor MUs.c.lroiiu. Weun .uu rother. Joo, mid Mrs. llrenl receive desp out on tho fneo. All are dolu Icely, ltaytuoiid Spencer left Monday t Mend the hiiiso sliow In Kansas Cit 'tis week. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1.. (Irltms tin. I da' liter, Velina l.ee, spent Sntutday nil tmduy with friends lu Slater vlcl:- My. Itevcreiid llaxtor of Liberty preart id two Interesting sermons Hands' tt the llnptlst church. Miss Kstelto Orlnirs left Welno lay for a visit with friends lu Slate vlclults. . r. nud NVs. It. It. Wrljlit mi laughter. Mire Cora, were dtnnt nests Siuuluy of Ueorge Wright an family. CHAM) PASS Mr. mil Mrs. Nutlpiu llumpliro attended tlio. state fair tbh week. ( MUi'llert 'VtlM 'was' ItV Marsha, Mrs. KlUabetb Uobcstson loft Wei iesdaaj(or KaiisasiCllp niter mi q tended visit to hor brother, l C. Mt Ueynolds ami family. Among thoso who attended th state fair were, J, h Uphans otul sot William; 1). T. Moreland. Urnst lloti Krnest I'lnttncr ami sUtuM, Mlsso Uortha and Audry; Misses Huniin and Lonlso Krnst and brother, Out tav and Jes Neor. M. J. Kd wards mado a buslues trip to Uausas City "Oils weeV. Miss l)olllo- JlunVihreys returno-ThuMday-from Miilliv notut, whor slio hsilJieou vjsti.ns .her brothoi Oeorgo Humphrey and family. Tho Floating Theatre was at OP Ham landing Saturday evening and largo number from hero attended. U. C. Crnlii, the principal of ou school spent Saturday and Sunday c his homo near Sweet Springs, Kid. A, S, Morrison Hied his re Bular appointment at thu Chrlstta church Sunday, Mr 8, James DeMoss baa all at Hi latest styles lu rail and winter tnlllln ery, Mr. uud Mrs, Joo T, PIsltner Sunday for Ucardstowu, Illinois, fc A visit to relatives aud friends,! Mr. 31 m ei m p N CM m m M m H ti m m fit M m m m Si $ S3 n a i-3 B W m i a x si si m m SB tt u w We Are Ready ! Come and AND See Our Full Store LOW PRICES ! LarRC bed comforts. . . . 1.50, 1 98, 2.25 and 52.50 Collon blankets 1.00, 1.50 rtnd $2.00 Wool b'nnltcts 3.00, 3.50 and $5.00 Ladies' wool awentefa 1.25, 1.98, 2.50 3.50 to 5.00 Children's sweaters 50c to $1.25 Men's sweaters 1.25, 1.50 and $2.50 Boys' sweaters 50c and $1.25 Childrcn'i; banltin coat; $1.93 Moil's fleeced shirts and drawers 43c Children's Velvet cont $1.98 Children's corduroy coats 1.98 Pony akin coati 2 50 Misses coats 1.50 to 7.50 Ladies' coats, pony skirto 5G 00 Ladies' carical okirto 7.50 Men's blu2 serge suits 9.00 Men's blue serge suits 10.00 Men's overcoats 5.00 to 12.50 Men's sheep incd c.ircuroy cant 4.93 Msn's sheep lined duck overcoat G.OO Men's odd coati 2.93 CAPS, CAPS, CAPS! Children's Ringham drcsse;,3 to G yearj. . . . 50c Misses' gingham drosses, 8 to 14 years, - 75c, 98c, 1.25, $1.50 Ladies' corduroy drcsioa 7. CO and 7.50 Ladies' serge drctsss $0.00 Ladies' kimonas 75c, 98c 1 25 Ladies outing gowns 50c, 79c, 98c. 1.25 I hildrcn's outiurj pctticSuts?., 2Cc Knit skirts 50c, G5c, $1.00 All kinds of Sho;s alivend let lio pricss. Dishes, Granite and Tinware. 14 qt. granite dish pans 25c 2 qt rice boiler - 35c 4 qt coflec pot 25c 3 at coffee not 25c s --------------- 2 be 10 qt granite pail 10 tit caffee boilers 49c 12 qt ilop pail 50c No. 9 granite tea kettle 50c Pint cups, 2 for 5c, per dozen 20c Quart cups 05c 12 gallon cups 05c Food choppers 1.25, 2. CO, $2.50 Hand saw files, G inch 05c 8 inch flat file 10c 10 inch flat file 10c 12 inch fla' fi!c 15c Headquarters for window glass. Men's canvas gloves, 3 for 25c Men's jersey gloves 10c Men's mule skin gloves 25c Men's goat skin gloves 25c Men's calf skin gloves 50c Men's calf skin gauntlets G5c Belter calf skin gauntlets 75c and $1.00 Bays' leather mitts 25c Men's leather mitts 50c Men's soft shirts 50c, 75c and $1 00 Men's jersey shirts 49c and 75c Men's wool shirts 98c, 1.25, $1.50 Men's dress shirts 50c, 75c, $1.00 Men's work shirts 39c, 45c and 49c Undorwcar for Everybody ! coM.'oun mum; Hour) Kroner and children utteml I the Hedalla fair. I'red lllerbaum and Miss Aunt ruger were lu Arrow Hook isntur lay. Mls Viola Piper and Iter fathc 'am Piper, attended tha fab? will jliu Moore. Most of tho farmers aro througl owing wheat. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood nni iiijkhtor visited Mrs. Wood's sinte rs. Marcla Polndoxter, and fumii) ad attended thu statu fair at Kb alia, last wook. .(Misses Joaso Mao Thornliutj Antib nuer, Nellie tlrosory or Contrail: nd Kulallu J)yaurt tlsttod.. -Mis ultra Ueiiniann ut Forest (Iron hool Thursday aftornoon. Miss I.ula Piper Is vUltlnf la Mar ball this week. On Friday evening a crowd fruit vta Immediate uelghboi hood-wont tc ho homo of Mr. and Mrs. llur mm telmeyer. The occasion being the! on Alfred's birthday. Alfred a- 1! prised as every one knuw about I i ut him, All spent a merry ovoutnf nd loft wishing Alfred mnuy more sppy birthdays, with many hnppj trprlses. Thoso present were: Mr Ml Mrs. Henry Xselmeyer, and Utl ten, Mrs. Jack Uysnrt, Mr. and Airs eorgo Uolsler. Mr. and Mrs, Hoy Ipor and sou Itay, Misses Laura Untile. Clara lloumann, Anplct aud iiv Kruner, Vedu(Pipor, Anna ('rale. esalu Mao Thornton, Mabol 'am! tolllo (Iregory, Ledliv Kllers and 'utalla Dywrt; Mossrs. Klum ntuV oo Thoruton, I.ouls and Will Kru , r, Otto, Krcd aud Krank . Kllers. 'ul Jaesor, Clifton otul ArqU Craig, Mllo Piper. Lett Aaplmoyer and WIN o Uysart ami Harry Dtokboa. , Jiick Disarl whs in Marshall Thurs day with a load ot prtdueo EDDIE WON'T LIE 2U. FO F WFST nmr -mm' West Side Square, Marshall, Mo. !3 I M m M a m HI M M HI M m M M ia m m a HI M CI m C9 El BE M m m a m tu K3 Si m El m s M L) UJ w H R n ' m r.i m a m la Ma IIKIt.MION land Lawrence I.oxkIov o.' Jcf.crioii Luther Iletudon ami Percy Taylor i City stole a luarcH on their irlsn.is tent last wovk vlsUIu , nlaiUes lu iu.iI hIIi pel o'f and ur.- mnrrieU In Varreiisbiirx und ttedjli.i ut tho lair. Mr. Ilnlllster, son uud two diiugh .eis of DeWitt, roturuod ttom the 'nlr Katurduy. The roads i.'ero muddy they dectdod to reiunln Iletudon until Sunday. They step ped with Dr. uud Mrs. Jackson. Dr. Harrison muile a professional Mt to VIiicb Huff's Thursday even- 'ng. Walter Claycomb and wife, W. . UU and wire utteuded the lair Krl 'ay. Dr, Jackson, wl.'o ami daughter, 1C V Herudou and dnughter. Miss Hal lif, were nt tlio fair Thursday, J, L. Musters and wife uru enter ainiug u little mm s.iue Mundny. Mrs. June Kelnvtck and daughter voro at tho fair Thursday. Allison Claycomb and Paul '.Ink 'l ent Sunday with' Jehu Mll.gl ratal 'su1siiritrBs:'' ' ;": II.' A'. Thouiks,' Sleeper1 nud'HallHi iroln were unfortunate 'lait ook! fiuudawwlili-t; -;uch lost a gobd horse. W. 1), Cralu. wlfo and family and tb. Lenox Weaver und baby spout Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W, outright. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Malott ami duimhter pout Friday lu town. Mrs. Lon Uo Putlard died at her uimo near Naptou Sunday moruluK. Monday hor remains woro brought to Hanoi (Srovo whoro sorvlcos wore tetd and afterward Interred lu tho omctery. Mrs. llullurd was a gruud uether of Jhn Shellenoorgor. Jeiiirsoii City whor they re at hrtwe to their friends at the graomV hlhc-. : lulromo rit'Mr. Ikeriuau'a. tu.rii i.u'K i.rrri.K iuick . John Untie w on t'.ic su1. lUt. Miss Melllo l.lkirtuiti. depurti-.Muiid- for SI 1auI uhere she i . tenmln lor some lime. Ctimn. MeriiiHk und taniliy ruturni ! uoiuo front Mwresu rounty and be mqu ittllne eauuty Is altUht. Dr. W. L. Shsrp returoeil homo euily Saturday motalna having snn. several days at Nsw DowRlas, 111., wheru be atteaiied the Maduuw eou:t ly iiuhIIcsI matlag. Tutu Mwrdock uud Hum Piper j touded the Sodallu fair as did koversl Mr; and Mr. J. .C. Ham Mil Uto- wn Mattio mul Ittwe Mount wsre Sun di.y 'dinner aiteaU of L. C. Dunuls ana wife. Mrs. Alonao Ke:lt aud daushter otliurs from liar, called on Mrs. Ci. A. Harrow Mundai.j Miss A una Hoy is th offklen- livsrutt IHninls and family were i tenchor of the Uttls lluek school, all duy visitors Sunday ut Dr. .Sprud- MUts Anna TJuioyr who lsltssl Htu's. rolattvcs her has returned tu Hi Charles Ueutiersou aud fuuilly of Louis to resume lairslug. near ISIk Lick wsre Stiuday visitors Mr. Mettl. sen of llerniuit Mettle Utt. Yorks. Mr. and Mrs. t'ev. Unrroit aro the lituml nnroiita of ti liadv itli'l Monday. Octo. ti. lnHs .dl -' i J. H. iMtmls and Jiimllr Mvuj li,.,iii!oy, -m PHTITS.WV VAt.l.HV v.1 ii "J 1 visited her lu .Marshall n.VKlH'.M.W Amolln Price Is having lior houso covered and lived up for rent, Mr. und Mrs. Otto Drown, Mrs. lid, Itrowu. Mr. and Mrs. MrClulu weuj to Iloonvtllo Monday. Mrs, McClaln, w!ll undergo ait operation ut the 'lospltal for a tumor. Mrs. Uosa Luster who has been visiting her slitter an mother, Mrc( Cirant, returned to hor uonie In Kan san City Saturday. f 1 avis Urothers hauled ten loads ot N apton Monday, Miss Yurna Urtdr ot llardomaa Miss Sadie Jackson aunt, .Mrs. 11. Nayior uUrdny and Sunday. .Mrs. aiox wctiouerts niul grand daughter, Miss Hello and Mrs. A. J. Mclte4,erts and daustbter, Mts Nan, Visited V. II. MeUoburts aud family ifenv Malta Itend Tuesday. Among those who attended tlio state lair last week werjw Mesjtr. Charles Pittmun, Donzll . Deckard, Jchn Stockiiinu, Joo Mescbede, Will rnjsetifeld, Mrs. Uussel Weaver aud Miss Uojallo Plttmuu. Miss (lenovlove Shopard spent Sat urday aud Sunday ut tho home of Mrs. Alex lmg near Mnltu Uend. ""XtK and Mrs, Kussotl Weaver and mna spent Sunday witn tho furiuor's graudmireuts or Shackelford. Mrs. FrauH Stockman, Jr., lutt Woilncsduy for a few weeks' visit AvUb.her vtrents, Mr, nnd Mrs. H. It, 'Meillnv o( Norway, Kuns. Mm. Uan O'Urlen und daugliter, Miss Edith, visited Mrs, Flora Ko the past vooJc ly at- It i) jets .sal let! last wek tor Concordia wliorr lie !itendlu scbool Several, from ilils comiiuuh! tilidUp thb fMulthj and Utt iitiirdiiy, ' ' -John Stolniiiel of uUilwardiYllls. HI., spout Tuasduy a ad Weduosduy visiting old frlunds nnd looking uftei his lurse fnrtti. T. M. Uhler rotiiruad home last v-cek front Tulsa, Okla., where he altvHded tils shoot uml cuiuo ou. winner as ukusI. The protracted niMtlug ut Concord chu.'ch closed Suuday ouiilng. IUISH VALLKV Several from this neighborhood at tended the fulr nt Sedalla last week. Mrs. Roo HarrUoti and daughter aud Mrs. John Shultuuhumor sponl Weduesdny with their mother, Mrs. lorn Klgglui). Miss Kva McOttlro visited ut O. U. Akemans Wednesday night. Henry llntttuau uud family were tho guests ot Fred l.iunke and family Sunday. Itev. Thomas of Lamonte will preach at Christian 1'tiloil church Wednesday night Oct. IS. Let ev erybody come out and hour him. Mrs. Luther James una Mrs. Hoy Davis, of Klmwood were horo Monday eUoppliic IIAItlllvM.W tlc-orgo Nti'tiu-icr return- to 1 . home Duturday aitt r, a l wei s visit with frlouds aud relui v- s lu Louts aud Kldou. Mo. Ixls ikhylsr. wif and i--iby v t-d with Charley Sh)kr und fa t at Pilot tlrove Suuday. K. J. (Itlwiin anil wl't ii. Mars' I Is Hod wltli Will ICiislbaui Mtuda Mrs. Itatbar Hllleu uud son. M teturiu'd to their huaiu lu Huusaa I y Wodnosduy alter a lew month's x with heraou and dausktors Julius Itslth and wife, Joe Th )ti and lamlly, Uwirgo Memeler - 'd Lucy DovviUu were dinner gut-its lth August Memeler aud wife Su amy. Arch (loodlee und fuuilly wvro c lug ou his uietlisr Sunday Henry .N'lomehtr, wlfo and daugh c weru gliosis of Lewis Itai-omtior , ' 1 wife Su Hilary urn wilting with l.oii'lipvr unit f. i SLATint Mr. uud Mrs. Kil7Nufr atteadod t'li fair at Sedulla Thursday and Frldav Mrs. Joo Cott and daughter, Mi s Addle were ou our streets Wednes day. Mrs. Joo Johnson of Oro.irvtlla wus shopping lu town Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drown of 111 i Springs, ,Mo.ts uro vlsltiuji lelsllvf-i hero Sunday. I ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Initio of St. Louis aro visiting Uduur Piper uud wlfo thu week. i, - Mis. Lou Luughliu or Orearvlllo l-ent severul Uays last week with Miss lone Leisure. Mrs. C. C. Plukard is visiting rla Uvea ut Mluml this week. Hov, S. F, Wilson Is helping in a protracted meeting at Mt. llorou tills week. Mr. Allle Soper of Orearvlllo wat on our streets Saturday. t J. H. Amwitnd sister, Mtss VtoU ot Marshall "visited friends and roUttysl. here. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Koyn wriwt to.,, Sedalla Thumday In thlr ear.