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1 arble Hill Press. t Term,-, I.' . Year x)KTV.nnsT yi:ar Circulation, 1.206 No. aft Vol. 41 Marble Mill. Missouri, Thursday, No ember io, 1021. THE M f i1 4 S ri i r W liavi jiit i'MfitTii full I if toilet arti- , !.., itM'lu.linir Taii-imi ami J W IV.w.I.-r. Ci.l Cmmi. Vaiiiliini: "r.uii. SIi.uiih Sliaviiiir Sup, !. I'riifn til. Ml I..IU- Ih'CII .l MIL'. Ssf. i H I line i,f f,i, t..r - t S.--. TlM'V -i-'ak fr IIh iiih. .-,, S tin-of mi r -.i.U'in in lit-iH-i-rv uif: !Jil.'iil.ir .'IV f.111 ('.limn-! I LU iiic I'.w.l.r.. '.lifirin.i I .irif.1 l' a. lif. Unt fr.nl.-. Hi. Wlnl,. ji U. J I,h, r.-.M fur X. "Jj l illl IVai In III t up Wf l.f tit.' .!! Trv it f.r ,i m !f. BEAUTIFUL NEW WINTER COATS OFFERED SPECIAL THIS WEEK Featuring Some of the Heft Values in Many Seasons IIip NWeN offered air rtr.vt,rdi..ary vnSjca u.d are without 'qucktiun thr Lrt w,- .av 1 t. - I to Kir our customer, for Coat, of tl.i character w.li ! hirJ o duplicat- U:- ; w price., iare v ollar., ami Warm Materials. fen.:i:.. latest Stle8 and Materials mrni. finely lailored. arwi .Neatly I irmhed I .ale. Mia'.''!. 111 t.iati fr tin- priff. Sirs for Women and s. SENSATIONAL COAT OFFERINGS MUCH UNDERPRICED. I'l.ui- j.Mir iili t aitli ut f..r pi trr. 'A .- l.n i.iih Hi. I- -t. B. I. ALLIEN M RESERVES SI. W M C O Thr ia-t t . 1 ..r art 1 U.t Friday after-. th, f,.,,. W1(h . f ,.,; WMrr o( , from Will M.)S d rr,t i ,)lrtt ,l(.. . j ,;r p..,,.,. rt. n U, farther dlr.t Ih, hn.U fr !hr,., Jf ,Hr M,4f.;,4 . r(. MRS SARAH J I 0UY. PRCSBYTFRIAS f II LD SEC p up thrsr 1 r r r ? mtr 'f .-4 . hr a p. ffr. ! rfCitfil WILL LICTIRE ME HE. ..f f . u. Nirt rum 'ftw TK tm from "'I .!. i.r. i ma'ri; !. 11 it hnr an4 bak!U n4 thr t rkr j t.thrr u a (41 Ib.l.j tu Tt hJ Am grr.t III ft) of pay hut rj mn h.J a J'i on ) 'r.'. piajt tul rf man t'ti. trl r..M. n'arl) t. tat ; 4. TVnr Ufi (U. rr tiupj r.rfr t If anU th intf rfcrrn. wn anJ run!,:- ttnm th -rrutrl gm,4 IS..rnhr 1r K..m -.)- put u a flghtiaf ' i" l.tn.ljr rk at Mar- aa all I 1m wf tarvuart. t "! ' ',r l'rhtri -hyrrn on prrwrt4 tin awn tr.I.tha .lry of Ttl) r;iir.. N'.iv ifth at T I ' h Ovfrat. Su.'tnan In ! hacking w rt"- U)f . V. lfith hr !.! ..jt.) a .nappjr fai out. I nt ""( thr iwmUri . f h.i'h oucirdr. a thr it( put him on thr i.1r ! rr. I ail th itttrrrt'l in thr Haf i h.rd him. .jilrn,); ! hra !- " f th? rhurh, 11 an all .lav mt.rk a. tafrtjr man ars.i ra-rirl thr "w at thr I.u1r.i;,r l"rhtrr. ha!i to ajantk-r IVnr at tar. t'hurrh. l.rrr thr tn.m-n i f uarl Ai-rmath) at ta. kir l..th "' cl-r. .. rr lui. h Allracti birl. Malmala . m a jJc Cranaj . PRICE ; 4 It Vr Want a S..M HJ COAT ! low PRICE Hrrr II I. l-bt uj a hard P.'fc: Nr.t Saturd.J th H. ). a rr tan r.l t mrrl tha truic tram from VrTvi!r aiJattn. If l n h.'ur f jr-li.' thi. t k : raaa jrr f a M'tur) MAiriEtO WINS HUM STRAIGHT VICTORY S Mr. Sarah J I in.l.ar, ..f St I' !J. h. i. f ir' I r rrlar) ..f tk.r M .-ion !.nr ). .,( fir 'rh trrun I hunh .; (r thr M-wMiftlf) S.-irt.r of Mart'tr 11 ' 1 an4 t.ut.-.- I' th to thr 1 7th uf J I i PRICCS THAT MEAN GREAT ECONOMY TO YOU A BIG LEADER This Co.it is made of a nur pjality Wool V'elour. with deep rollar rm!r. -iJrr.-I to match the Lack, deep pocket, ar.d Cuffs arf . irirr.nud tith Butionn. Colors. Black and !-. u , ,. urprising ve.lue at a very m.xierate price . S9.75 'lushes S 'm A SENSATIONAL VALUE An all v f Cloth lined to the waist with Venetian Sati i. tx)X Pleat in back. The Iire ronvertihle collar has wide .strap of the material finished w ith Lit tor s. which are aIo used on Lick. Douhle pockt-ts ar.d curf - $:e.oo UNUSUAL BARGAINS-Co.,;, a I all W.wl Velour. Sueadine. a-d f'olo Cith with rich ,ur collars nicely ftmsht-d. O: rs large collors of M if material. CcLrs ii ,ci.. il.u Brown. Garnet, and Grey. Coat vducs i.i ihs Lt running as hih as $30. spvcia!!y priced at . $1D.7S A GOOD SELLER This Coat ,s cut from , tpiality Melton tn tailored hnr;.. The hack and c.i lar have duster tucks ot the material Rro,-l I,.,,-.. Ux pleats headed with button fu ish th er pleasing model and moderat-ly priced :Kk. .A $11.50 thr Thr Ma)fWl. ha.krt hail rn . i..tr l t!..)irtl. SaturJav, Sovrm lr .'-th and a.l.WJ anuthrr laurrl to trnr rrnn Thr Mayfirl.t tram ha a rrviirj of h rutorin. and no dr frat Our firU rr furcrd t. jiay ithout thrtr tar forward. Kuth ' Mrrrit. anj thr rrrnitiilit;r of1 ahuvtiRK iroala rv.trd upun Kulh, Clinkintit-rard Thr i!n)r u a lit- j Anni-tii r l , N !r and mt of thr acormif ' 'bvrd hrrr and On UrU".rv!ay . iriim at Mr t.m. jv.jik at I.utr'vulr l'rrl) trr in i hurt h. Vftrr r.r. k- mrrtira' rrin w.li !r takrr Mr lji(da I vuitnt i'Ur !.im trf..rr and th..r h.. hrard hrr thrn ;I n douht rrmrmhrr hrr an inttrtt !-i and rioqurnt nrxakrr. h.i h - ur u.ualljf innirir jTia;ity l!rf.rr thr Wrdnrt.lay rrninK tiif thrrr il. hr a short pr.i a"iam, runamtihK f wvrral ! t.i rt ly thr nrihrtra A.mi n.ilo !iy Mr MiMu-.n All arr uturd to ii.inr NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE PEOPLES SUPPLY CO. LUTESMLLE MISSOURI ARMISTICE DAY. NOV. II WILL BE OBSERVED MERE COLLECE NEWS Armmtire 1'ay will hr ohs.rc! !!th n-n:ir held at thr W ill XJ..V j I'd '.i!K hafw!, F riday tv...rri mi;. Nov. , at ;i:.'Ml a m Thr put- in- i invttrd attend thi'sr -r . 1 1th, will hr at t.utrvi!li a donr on fou! Thr i-or at thr j All thr huirr hou.-.. will br end of thr first half was 4 1 in rn front 10 until 2. op- FATHER TIME SAYS: ALL SQUIKRHLS ARIi SENSIBLE They mske preimration for their time of need, by rathering store of nuts. Have you proviileti for your time of netMj by having a small Life In surance Toliey on every memln-r of your family? If you are trailing with this store, it will cort wu not a inn.v t have Life Insurance on every member of the failily ami keep it in frts. Be Sure to Ask for Your Life Protection Certifi cates. You are entitled to $i Insurance '4 for every Si you trade with LUTES 'MERCANTILE An irtorftifijC progrsin i uied. K.vnyhudy l t'lpritrd to Mit thr bg carnival that la tfivrn b W 1 t'., Friday, afternoon "d tveniiiK. arui ;no Saturday afternoon ar'd Irvrntnit Thr carnival will istart Kn- :ay aftrrnmin with a hiij parade .'that will tart at the ('ollejrr, going ! through Marble till to I.utesvillr and bai k to the College. 1 .Saturday the paracir wiii r.ait at the Colli'K Campus and pns thru (.Marble Hill to Kinder Field where ithe Mayheld foot ball team plays , Prrryville. After the tame the pa rade will return to the College Cam pus. Lunch and refreshment will he j served. Side shows of every desenp J tion will he held and'rvrryone is ; guaranteed a good time. Lunch will I be served between afternooh and evening performances. Everybody is invited. W. H. BRETZ PASSED AWAY AT THE CAPE HOSPITAL . I W. II. Rretx, an old and highly re spected cftixen of near Glen Allen died at the Cape Hospital, Oct. 28, ltfSl, after an Illness of several months. Mr. Hretx has been in poor health for the past several months. His son in law and others persuaded him to go over to the Cape and be examin ed, and perhaps they would be able to cure him. But after examination it was found that the trouble was more serious than anticipated; he was suffering with a blader infer- ! . or tunioi. an. I at.,ur: ,,f ' age and wi-aki-reii ci.nd:t:on r .;-. t!on na f .n. ;.n r-,1 i ut of the tion. Mr Halting- l-rouglit him home, hopirtg that they could ' i him up m. t'iat ' . . j 1 taiui peration. S ...n a't. r l-rmgmg laek t l.uU -vt, r h.. i.r,ti:tu.ri steadily wore.utit;i he wa tak -ark to thr Cupe ,-is : i.-t rt-ort hi-e he died short time after he taken hack V large iftjmber of relatives nn.i fru-'ida from here scvompan ied the ?r:. .una to the C.ien Allen cemetery ! re he was placed to ret In the pa.ng of Mr. I'retz, a good hus i .... i r . l , ni-M. i.tn.r, neignnor ani citizen is may g.ir e who will be greatly missed. DSUSintK 1NUW IN CHARGE Miv Anni. l 31 AIL HOSPITAL NO. 4 Sty II It Th Finr.t Elrrmo.vnarv ' : i-iept ih.ie reijuire.! 1 l:-w law Mrs I'.runinier i!! ji.ia I'r !' - il r ii. re m about a Week They rocive a .-arty wi-lcoine ;rto :f" ..f Farm.ngtoii. Kvery or... r..-i the pi-,, per ir.tt hutnan.'tanan work Hini hi sh iates (" T 1' From here she ill r Marble !?,' where yh- wi i h, tm-t of M"v Ir. V.!:n;hu--k. to a -1 ;r. I'r i i u n , do at No 4 wili give hi is, port. "i'r and Mr, Fato: i, lay for St Louis for a arui rest. They are u yet just where th. :!! will take with them wishes for success wherever go. r arnnr.gton News. :"as( . a . u ; ; n Harry W aror.ki-r. f I'h lmie'phia r many years her,- if l.u.-iness. hut w in the (lothiv.ga. inariifx, t urine ir Philadelphia, was here ,-f the We. k w It,'; in ,- f Hsrry is Lvkt .g t r-e husim ;h.. f-. -ft ovate, i ur s !i, d IT, fill. I.Ute.vtie l"i-ket hall h,,; teama v:s:t:ng girbs ing r- The Will Maytteld I lay of Marti, e Hill am: li as ; beys came here for a lev j game ':th ou- high s ere ; .a.-t Friday night The iey team won. i to L'u. but it was sire, : rot play that won for them. It was . snappy game from start to finish, Henley and daughter. , "'n' the Puxieo girls nut.un a e-m spent the week-end visit i ''Kh' throughout the entire game stivenat Larlm. J The IV H. S. hovs won their fame . ! easily by a 37 to 24 s.'i-re It was a Finest Croft, of St. Louis, is vis- i gm t'd the Luteviiir bovs ; Croft and l.utesville friends. I than the Index w ore indicate.-Puxieo In.titutioa Ha Ha. Ever Srrn Ir. E. E. Brunner, the new super-j ;tmr hls Parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. H . ' (i'd their best. It was a better game intendent of State Hospital No. 4 arrived Wednesday and has alreadv taken harge. He came here from j Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harbin ! , - ( arrolton. Mo., where he has been I their daughter. Miss Will,,, pit,, j (,uardlar,,,i No"ce of Letter engaged in private practice for j eey of Little Kock. Ark., left on i Notice is hereby given that the many years. He has had much exper j w ednesday after a visit with Mrs.) undersigned was on the 20th day nee. however, in practice in insti- j Maggie Lutes. , of October. I521, appointod guar- tutions for the care of the insane. - ' '',,;in ' 'he jierson and estate of He is enthusiastic about State Hos. Mrs. Jesse U Lutes returned on j rVi rt',!. h.tsoii of unsouml pital No. 4 and says it is the finest I Tuesday from Cairo. 111., where she' m,n1, aml thst letters of gunr- inst.tution of the kind that he has has been fer the Past two weeks vis-' Van?n" issued to him by ting her sister. Mrs. Massie Cradcr ! and relatives. i iver seen. Pi. George Ard. State Health Of ficer, upon whose recommendation Dr. Brunner was elected superin tendent of State Hospital No. 4, will arrive here today and will go over the institution with Dr. Brunner and plans wiH.be made for the future operation of the institution in keep ing with the provisions of the new law governing the State eleemosy nary institutions. It is not likely that any rery great changes will be The change in the weather on Tuesday night with the shower of rain makes quite a change. Old over coats are being dragged out of the elosets and feel very comfortable Mrs. Minnie RadcfitTe. of Kirks wood. Mo., President of the St. Louis County W.C.T.U., and a slate I worker is here in the interest of the ...v .,,-.,i, vi'un t'j iHiiunger county, Missouri, tearing date the 'JOth day of October, 1421. AH ersons having claims against the estate of said Fred Fetty are required to exhibit them In-fore the probate court of said county within one year from the date of the publication of this notice or they shall W forever barred. Funis Clippard. Guard an. If ysu know any news, call 24.