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Wilt 9 ok. t" " - i V L'. XOU BITTI.Kn, V.TS.HTKI, THUJSSDAY ."JANUARY 28, V.H U. XO 11 L j& JL Jt -i3ht, 4 s m A it ll Virginia. The Sunday Schools were well ivp resented Sabbath. Mrs. 0 M Drysdale of Bravmor, Mo , 1b spending the week in Duns count j. She landed at Passaic, last Sabbath noon and will b at Vlr glnia about the middle oi the week. Dr. Foe tor of Butler was railed Saturday night about mldnlnht to se9 Mrs. Thomas Huffman. Monday night she wae reported doing well. Kansas City S.ar "The mvete rloua ere.nger whs presented t iGov ernor Had In? last week." Mate County Record. "W. W. Park of Virginia was iu Jefferson City last week hobuobing the Governor " tiuerj: U W W. the tnystarioun stranger? Gjo. Crooks and -inter Mrs J. II Park went to New Honm Sabbath to see their in ( tier wl o Ml ami hurt her arm. Will Cox. of Palisades, Mesa. CV Col , spent Sabbath iiK-bt with I. C Wolfo. Ho was around Monday rail Ing on his old neighbor and be did not forget Aaron Mr Cope went to Co'o , a few years ago ami pirn h t d some land and set nut an orchard and he recently sola flv acres ( f ! U orchard for $." 000 He has i.urc' as 1 nwire lund aed st art J another orchard Mr Cope Is loi kmg weii aud tils old frien U were 1 to e . Mm and learn tar, le had prospered II" did now tell ui bus w. h ard a whiter that bin iinst 1 vedmiMn i i oe i-. iti'.r:.n .my. A .ro.i wishes bira a p'eHHant j ur:i-y n the mat 'l- I ! M'tl, E ah Porter iii-M 'ant Wednesday lid was tiurlo'l la the Morris grave v .r Ho was la his 70th year and o known by rr -ty r mii! Iu BaWs e i'irv llha! I've- Wi Charlotte t -- n-!iii oiii- ;, year, followed i!K-!iln mauy yearn a id had al a e Nth a hard woi king ' an. Hln ; wife died a! out 28 years ngo. iThe j older ones .re passing t ff fast frrni j the stage f action giving place for the younger ones. . Mrs B.-u Parker went to Kansas ! City last week to have an operation. I We hear dm ; assed through the ' t p. ration wll an:' U doing well. IWr I mother, Mrs J es Cuzk-k, went with her and her husband. Dr. SmUh wag called last Sabbath night to n Mrs. Charley Vermillion i John Sparks returned from Okla , I Monday. He rented a farm near ! l.awson and will move there soon. Monday idght the Virginia switch board broke dowu and oh my, how SALE PJ w m Every pair of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers in Poffenbar- ger & Douglass' $10,000.00 stock marked down to . FACTOD8Y COS' $5.00 Florsheims, 118 rts i m Style, Fit and Service are combined to the highest degree in the "Florsheimwshoe. After once wearing a pair you will always look for the ' 'Name on the shoe. " BUY EARLY M and Ik Get Your Size! Men's and Women's S3.50 Shoes, $2 The 'Walton' Shoe For Boys and Girls at Factory Cost! This Sale means a saving of many dollars'to every one who takes ad vantage of it. Remember EVERYTHING AT COST! Ths Famous SH0EWOMEN Every Pair MUST GO AT Actual Cost $3 Values $2.25. $3.50 Values $2.65 $4 Values $3.15 Don't Belay They Won't Last Long The Largest Assortment OF V .1 MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS In Town All Styles Marked Down to Every one invitedCome and see even if you don't buy. ' Godmans Everyday Shoes at Factory Cost! STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE RUBBERS Now is the very time you 'need Rubber Foot wear. You can buy it in this great Factory-Cost Sale at a great saving. SOME OF THE PRICES Lambertville Rubber boots, $5.00 values $3,75 Candee Snag-Proof boots. $4.00 grade.. $3, 25 Men's $2 and $1.75 Ar tics, Factory cost. . . .$1,30 All Women's and Chil dren's overshoes and rub bers marked down to FACTORY COST! The J) Crossett Ul K j Shoe 1 n V4 Gradeat JglF Factory cost Bonglit and placed on sale ly Hipam icho hoe Co BUTLER. MO. "THE HOUSE OF BETTER SHOES.1 nmnv liumiiu rapid ta'kitiif m ichlnps wer kn.M'ked out . acilrtn. Some of our (uriuera were tlowliitf The M. E. Al.l StK letv w W.J. Iturdit ihurmiaj- afwmoon il 2 p. tu., Fet. 4. Aaron U awafe tliat he Ih-m tuanj- tine tliii'pi by not a tending tLese uieetinx and no do a. I pereou that etay away. Thoniao Ilockett ha hit) hou done and will iwvouunodate all that want work. H alo Kiy he will be In Virginia Feb. 4 to look after the wants of the old Koldicrit, from iht uui.il ten. They had u Mtr rahHthuut axhor. time him iiluii the tiuidt r. Tlu-v j killed MtU rabbits They had tw;.i artuleH, fuch oue had m conjn.iin ii'i Col. Cruinly and Col Unrton. Th" Col. that was the loner h.id to!u-iilli the u;i.er, whlfh wan held at the Concord school Iioumh a week a.to itHt Saturday nlht. A larue crowd of tui-n, woniou and children wer present and had n rand time OyHtT I'leand all the miod thinfn that heart could wlnh (r. It wan reported thelawt of the wet k that Joe Whlnnery wmh not any tiet ter but xetitnir weaker all tlie'time It U hoped by his friends an uprfny cornea on he will net better. Aahon Mingo and North East Bates. HeIlu!your"Auut" InKet tlnf ready to t ikeiurt in the Spelling Content. Ill meet at ' '' -u" ,u'',v uur epellllitf I" hint Foster Notes. N. L. I'aton, of near Keavely, ttt tended the fuuertil Sundity of li.-iuul-ma HrtHcoe. Ed. Loyd and daugiitcr return 1 to their home In riiwtmr.-, KaiieK, Suuday. Horn, to Mr. and Mr'. liartuii Uriwoe, a girl, January 1. All pur tleri doint well. The Hold Medal Mlu ban tut ncd It h toe to the dalHii'D and (ilt. I. L 11 allien han woLl kin.' Wa'iT Mockleon .Mine to ( lark and Uecke Oon. Dave can be ceeu pmlililn up aud down (illliu Crick with Hob Treaeure's duckt. The latent fad iu Footer In inunipn and lueHslen. The bo) n aud jtlrl are around witn jawn, IooLihk nuin-wlu.t like the old-time naddie baKrt e- k'H i.vnut ! Everybody Is talkinc al nit the roadn. Now In the time we cm n.e w.'a titer tney were properly worked. Some if our Wincr-i are cnln the iratf, aud "you bet" It doee rood, t . llouley ('lark and Joe J.iodm went to I'rich Irtnl Saturday. The tenchern of Vitiro met i.t Uuckler lant Friday nlnt to make eotue arrancemeitin fur the SjieKliiu' ("outlet Neah erauton nan not jet return- 1 1 d fi'o.ii Ne.s Mexico. It :h rumored that lie will probably locate thi :e. '.. T. l'elley ie the author of a book m.v ii. lireon, whi'h will, nodnubt I I'e ut u'li-at li.terent ,o the people of inn c 'inmiiiilty . r ciintaliin an uiiiiinin l the weather conditions for the pant tw-iiij-neven year, and prediction Into the future twenty neveti yeare, M!nn Mary Mhhll. ti.u nje. nt Satur day mid Sunday with MUs Ethel Ciark. n'clhy Siayton and family vlnited lant Sunday ri th relative- iu Aaron. S E Smith ban received Home new hook mid aparutUH, pun ham-d rtith the pro teiln of the bnx nupper. The pr.piln of McKinley hchun! wlh now httve one of the bent i quipped rural ni hoid romun In Hat- n ciuinty. t. Mmma Scrauton and her mother went to Erich lant Saturday. The latter touk the nunii train for a vinlt hi Kanniw City. .Mr. Mi l .Mrn. ti. . Hurt npenl Sumlay at .lude Sndth'n. I. eland I'ae !n nttl! reported verv nick. Ii If Tayior m cuttlmr the hede hn bought frimi Mr-i. lav!n. Fence punt are i'iU an Item to thone who live far from timber. Che I'ri. hCamp M. W . A w'llhave an oyeter nupper next Saturday nlrfht. The camp recently had a r.tbblt hunt, and the lonln nid" will pay for the nupper. K. it. Chandler ana family, of Can enmity, vinl ted atJudrfo Smltii'slant urn- (tionlv known an "Aunt Ll..ie,'-' wetit In uiewlvh them foranexteicleil vhilt 1; K. (iodwln han been cut trad ing thin week, lie will buy any tl.liui from your fai in to a pli nf ohl Iroiin. ArxT J i:.mi.ma. (barley Garwood and wife, of K el li ner, Oklahoma, ro vlnitlnHraiolpa Su;idav. Mrs Elizabeth Stalev, c i .... i.i ... i . ... . -. - . . . : vrear, oi uih piace. Tom nadflHtt and w fe, of New Home, npent Sunday wlti'i their par ents. MI.-meH Maprle McCanu and Wlllia Darr vinlted with home folks Sat ur day and Sunday. OlllTlAliV. Alpha A.,ltriHcoe, in jCwrrum, di"d Friday at her home im Ea.-t i'entli ntreet at the ae of SI yearn, 11 montiie, lDdaye. Amu Alpha HMn toe wits born lu Cooper Co, Mo, February ii, lJS, and died Jan 22. l'.lli'.t. ile wan married to Samuel E. hri-coe April Dili. ISM 1 ,i u v liliiou 111 fhlldrcu Were bo, it, live id whom prtceded her to the npitlt worln in Infancy. Thune livn a. ( . H. r.rineoe, V'. T. and A. E. C.in coe, ot thin vieimtj; Aim. N'Tlida Fade, of lllaekwu'.. r, Ci-oper county, Mo.; Mrs. Sunaa Mori in, of EIDoraio Springe, Mo Siie ban ;!." r.u.dchll dren mid 'J" )irea jr-nndei'iMrcn At t ie bue of 'M years she united with Mount Ncbo Kaptlet Chundi of Cooper Mie wan hatiz-d by !' v. A. 1'. Wdliam-t Had n;m die d a cui sis .-nt u' nib -r until called home to that good laud thattiod haspreoar edfor thone that love and nerve lilin. Funeral nermon wh prenchen at S tletu S.iiuJay by K v. F. M. Star ring, pan tor of the liaptis tChutcn of Hub 11111. Her remains woi- laid by the side other husband at Salem, l'ot lowed by a large concourse of sorrow lug relatives and friends, as she wns 3nderly laid to rest. Many fan well tars were shed. The children of the deceased huve the sympathy of thin community iu their sad ben-ave men. Dinah Mt. Vernon News. The roads lu this vicinity have be3D almost impnssable for the lust few days. The literary at Mt. Vernon was well attended last Wednesday night and a good program wus rendered. John Dugan la very sick with pneu monia at this writing. Wehcpe tor a speedy recovery. The services at Mt. Vernon last Sunday week were not very well at tended on account of lets of sickness In the community aud unfavorable weather. F. M. Christopher and son.Georgp," left Saturday for a tew weeks visit lu Kansas. John Jenkins sold two good teams 'of mules last week for which he re ceived the highest market price. Tom Raybourn and wife visited last Sunday at the home of 8. S. Fox. Jim Keeton delivered hogs at Pas sale one day last week. The roads being so bad but few of the boys were able to get their wagons borne. Walter Young and family are stay., ing with P. C. Barnes at present. W. H. Hart has been on the sick list for the last few days. Y. K. W. West Star Items. Eant Monday th-re were lotn of st'.M'k went to market. E (i. Thomas C M. Tlu'tims end Alee Cameron delivered hour - to mar ket. Jenne Warren, I' F E' t'iiirno Allien lb liters alld'lio iV .. I UileiJ d'-iivere,; cattle to marl., t. J. II. (toilers returned li..iii' hint Saturd-.y from bin datiihrer'n, Mm E'zzle Lo'i!:-iz t Jesne Warren and Pick Worren re turned homo hint .Nitur ! iy from O'.iio. Thev reported h.vl::- had a line time vlrdtliig with their father. E iven.e Silvern all. 1 Home lal i-in sp-'iit the afternoon skating with II ' II I 1 I I i '' I 1 L I vi inn iae uaniemiant i u no iy. i ney h;.o ii ht;c' t'ae , the lee w m ;ine skat ing Eauiar Warren, lan. Smith and Eil. Cameron weniimnt1nv last Tues day night. Mrs. L. Y. Thoman spent iani Sat urday with her mother. Mm. (i. W. I'anlels. All who were on the nick lint lant week are better at thin writing. .Mrs. (ieo. ianlels ;s feeling had with a bad cold thin week. The pis supper proved success at Star last Saturday. Had a line time and made $V 1)0. The money goes tor digging a well. Allmau Daniels and daughter, Eululln, returned home last week. They hud a hue time. It was awful cold downjthere. Mr. Daniels is not stuck ou that country. G W. Daniels, L. G. Thomas and C. W. Daniels spent Sunday al All man Daniels. Jack Warren ami his son, Ivan, went to Kansas City last wek on business. M. Amoret Items. From the Poet. Manual Nestlernde and wife have gone to Kansas City, where they will make their future home. James Ueartley aud Miss Birdie Barker drove up from Worland last Friday and were united In marriage by Squire Eackey at his home. The flray team became- frightened at the depot Tuesday, while Mr. Downey wus loading freight on the wagon and ran away. When they turned into the street, Mr. Downey was thrown from the wagon and In to a fence lie sustained one broken rib and some Internal injuries. Medi cal attention was given him, bnt owing to his Internal Injuries It will be some time before he la around again.