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Friday, ... October 10, 1000.
School It progressing Hub under
.('.' tie management , of Mist Augusta
I. Worlaml. '
J, II. Ureunau mid a bunch of food
' bogs Tuesday,
Mm. W. P. 8hCw la on the tick lltl.
J oli 11 McComba and Will Arbaug'h
with their families left here, overland
it'll Monday, for West Virginia, where
(be will make their fuluro home.
' li J. Flood attainted llio Mexico
6lreet Pair Thursday.
.;- ' Horn lo Jobu Towell aud wife, ou
f-' "fiept, 27ih, a sun.
M. It. Hhaw atletided the big Si.
Louie fair Thuraday.
The Suuiiy Hill Literary and Delat
ing Society was organized lilt Salnr
ly night. The following offlcete
were chosen; 1'reildenl Frank Staud.
bardt, Vice President Clay llaker and
Surgent at Anna Merrll Sbaw.
Dr. McCatl, of Big Bprlug, wsj In
our town Monday.
Mini Martha Dladca returned Mou.
day from Mexico where llio has beeu
tlslllug Mlia Altba Wbaley.
, ' Tom Martin, of Williamsburg waa
on our atreela Saturday.
U Mines Scaulaud and llladea were
if ' ihonnlui; In Moutiromery City Mon
! i' day, Mid while there attended the
a ' sneaking.
Mra. Homer Klnley, who lias been
Tliltlng her parenta, Mr. and Mra.
Ilcury Tate, returned to her home tu
Feulou Gregory who haa been sick
for a year or more we are aorry tq
learn thnt ho la gradually growing
Miss Itittlo Cowherd la convalescent,
Crane & Itarrtsou sent several
wagons to Wellaville Thuraday for
coal. They propose to keep warm
Jobu GUI, wife and mother-in-law
visited relatives on Prairie Fork lait
' Mra. Will Sen haa moved Into the
Coen residence with her (liter,
During Mr. See'a abtence Clarlea
Burton, ol Danville, had charge of the
Mall route from Ibla place to Mont
: stomery Clty; .. .., ,
'lion. Cyuel Waibrid1o..Kx.Mator
address to a crowded home lu Mout
contcrv City Monday afternoon Oct.
15 to which the republlcana ol till
Jt, (County were In good attendance,'
Will Craue aud Hen Uladea attended
the Street Fair at Mexico lait week.
Klecty Palmer haa been vialllng hla
brother Sam tho paat week.
Hush Craue aud family visited in
the 'Kingdom" of Callaway Suuday,
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jackson W-
Mitchell on tho night of tho II th
Itcv. Itufua Hunley, who la teaching
school near Amerlcua visited home
Mra. U. W. Goodman was the guest
of Mrs. J. W. Mitchell Tuesday.
Hoy Willis transacted hnsluoss at
Mrs. James Glbsou hai beeu with
her daughter Mrs. Mitchell for tho
J. W Gibson and Kob Seo went to
Mokauo on business recently.
Several parties drove fat rattle from
Callaway to Montgomery tho latter
part of last wcok.
J. W. Mitchell gathered corn thla
Isaac Kcelo la conducting his shoot'
inir callary at Mexico this week, am
may remain thore during next week,
"Wo aro having beautiful weather
and lino roads and hope they will
coutluuo for tome time'.
No other pills cau equal Pe Wilt's
Ijittlo Early Msom for promptness,
certainty and clllelcucy. City Drug
Jacob IjOW, who Uvea six miles
north ol town died Tuesday morning,
lion. Edward llozlor, of St, Louis,
mado n very Interesting speech hero
Thursday evening Oct. llth.
Pat Dyer left Tuesday for J. T.
wliero ho will attend the funeral of
hla brother. ,
11. 0. Ilegemru and Win Hall went
tq Montgomery City Mouday to hear
Hon. Cyrus Walbrldgo speak.
Kvprt Ayilelott, of near Truxlon,
passed through our towu Weduesday
on his way to St. Charles.'
II, C. liegeman has' hired another
clerk, llruce "Kd wards.' Ilusloeas .)il
rushing, . '.j-,.
Miss Edna (Ilnds, wbo bat beeu
visiting relatives In RIlex.Mo. tblt
summer waa home a few dayt last
Mrs. L. L. Kirk gave an oyster tup-
per last Thuriday ntgbt which waa
well al tended.'
Mra. Chat, HplUblrn aud Miss Lucy
Paxton attended the Street Fair at
Mrs.M, V. Sharp aud little slaughter
Josephine, of Montgomery, were the
gueattof Major It. Sharp aad family
Mrt. Elton, an old aud respected
resident of Ibla city, dledat her home
Oct. 11, 1900. Her remains were taken
o St. Loul for burial.
Hon. J, K. Itozier, of St. Louis,
spoke lu Wellaville the eleveuth of
October. Mr. Ilozlerli an able speaker
aud he vat appreciated by a large
Messrs Muus, Paul, Major Ilrooks
and Latterly, of Montgomery City, at
tended (be speaking here last Thura
day ulghl, also tlhas. Stewart and
Thomas Davis, of New Florence.
A good many from here attended
the Mexico Street Fair last week,
among those who went were:
Mesdamea W. V. and A. J. niatluer,
0. W. White, II. II. Drown, Cole Wise,
Uraud Darker aud Ibe Misses O'Don-ncll.
Messrs Nona Ilepler and Elsie
Aydelot; were lu Uellflower last Sat
urday and Suuday.
A good many from here attruded
the Itepublican Ilally near Uarneyvlllo
Saturday. Den Dalzell, of St. Louis,
Messrs West, Daruea and Iloyd, of
Mexico, aild L. U Kirk aud It. II.
Mansfield, of Wellaville addressed the
Deu Dalzell , , tsed the people of
Wellsvllle at Kubne'a ball Saturday
night ou his way home from Harney-vllle.
Claude Taylor, of Martlusburg waa
here Saturday, '
Mlssea Pearl BpllzMrn aud Zella
Elcbor chaperoned a Jolly parly of
little folka uuttiug Seturday, Thev
reported a delightful time.
J L. McQule waa up from Mont
gomery Sunday to aee hla best.
Harry Kuhue, of Martlnsburg was
The best .method of cleansing the
liver Is the use of ,'lbi .Jamouaj little
mieraMiay i.ojHnever gripe
uity urug oioro.
Mia Lydla Willis who has , been. ill
of tj phoid fever la convalescent, ' -
Mra. Charley Blackburn and family
of near Morsey, wcro visiting relatives
hero over Suuday.
Now Florence closed up ber ouly
saloon last week) public sentiment
being agaluet It. Long may such
benign aud tcmperatelnlluenccs domi
nate our little village
Miss Susie Peiuberlou accompuled
by her brother, Lee, attended the
Mexico Street Fair and remained
overal days the gueata of their cousins
Misses Leola aud Fluid Dlattuer.
Harmon Windsor aud wile will
make their future homo lu Fultou
They left for that place the first of the
week aftor a visit with relatlvea here
aud at Wright City. We trust that
their change ot residence may bo both
plcasaut aud profitable.
Mrs. T. II. McCluro aud daughter,
Mra. Tom Owen, Fred Hume aud wife
also llruce DoValt aud others attend
ed the Mexico Fal Thuraday return
Itov. A. S. Neel is over at licform
this week assisting tu a meeting.
Pruf. Claude IUco haa been absont
from tho school room on account of
sickness Ibis week but Is rccovcriug,
C. E. Stewart waa dowu at Amerl
cua shaking hands with the voters
Ihcro about, Moudny.
James Itodgora aud wife atteuded
preaching at the G. P. Church Sunday.
They were accompuled by Mrs. Rodg
vr's brother, Joe Hill, who waa n
regular atteudent lu his boyhood daya
spent near New Florouce.
Mrs. Uouao aud daughter, Mlsa
llcssle, departed Suuday for their
home In Arkansas.
Auuiniirrof young people- drove
outTcesday iilghtaud spout the even
lug with Mlsa Carrie Smith who left
last Wednesday for Indiana to spend
tho winter, Mrs. Snm See assisted
Mra. Hurt See lu entertaining and
ovory one present, enjoyed the occasion,
Little Gertie McConuel Is, very lick
n( typhoid fever. Allacti of fever
aro getting quito numerous lu this
N. G. Cornelius la sasvlug wood
or our citizen,. wbo seem lo eujoy the
whlstf and buzz, of Iils.-Moam saw.
' , ' "PuhlW
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IX PAIR OP 1
"For the beat of all the ralracl.a the
tummertlme can work na.
la the eanvoa-tented, aawdua scented.
"A elrcnal Comln to townl" Old
Marth Stabblna, pressing out ber
youngtat grandcblld'a Sunday gown,
pauaed with Iran suspended. "For tb
land'a aake, Dllllal Do tall! Are you
Olllle wu thrilled by the Intereat
which hla nawa had awakened. There-
tors, he looked aa Imperturbable aa
poaalble. Ha hoisted himself up on the
table, and aat there picking aanebure
tf hla aleovea, aad swlncln? hla bare
"OlD""e a cooky, an I'll tall you all
There waa no compromising; with
mitle. He waa a young re of his
heaJ Me I'm that otdl And beeMw
grad'na, If I ain't gone and eeorrheel
tbat ahlrtt I hope your na won't ae
tlc It. but I rot tli at flMltre-to
think of aueh a thing!"
Dlllle looked punled. "Well, ,ewo
ho," be perflated, atubtMraly, "I de
think ao, cramma. And," he add4
boldly, "I don't aee why yoa ahouldat,
eltb-r, if you got mind to there!"
"Why, Bllllal" aha cried, weakly,
but there waa a yielding trees of In her
.voice. Bhe put dowa the ires, glanc
ing furtively at the door aa tUe did ao.
Bhe went ovar to the table, and stood
next the audaeloui young fellow.
"Tour ma would never hear to aueh a
thing. Besldaa, we ain't got the
' "O, we couldn't get a cant from
I herl" Involuntarily he lowered hla
voice, u waa hla habit when ah-
Ing-trlp waa projected, and the educa
tion of atcretly securing provender
therefor, confidently discussed. I can
work enough to pay for myaelt aurr.
Tou'veacot that 15 cents Mia' Murray
give ylu for makln' her check-row
Of thla hla erindmolher. was lunnunniu l can, aeu lom uia w
Bbe looked at him hard a mo- plron-houae. He'll let me have a
menu Then ahe aet the Iron down, o:m tor it. The only ironoie u me
and want Into the pantry. Bhe came I ge'.Un' there. It'a a good four-mile to
back with two cooklea. ' town. Ma wouldn't hear to na takin'
"There!" ahe laid; "now go on!" 1 the horae out after aundown, and you
"After I'd been to mill I went up- , never could "
town. There waa two men puttln' pic- , "I could O, I could. Dlllle!" ohe
turea on the blank wall near the llvary broke In excitedly. Her wrinkled old
atable. They'd got 'em up already by j face waa radiant her knotty old handa
the lumber yard. Another feller waa ware trembling. " 'TwouUn't be enny
goln' Into the ahopa, and tettln' algna I harder than beln' on my feet from 5i
put In the wlndowa. And, I say, j In the mornln till alter aupper like I
grandma, yon Juat want to aee them m. I could walk every atep of It.
ploturee. They're they're Jlmmlng- , but " tne entbualaam began to fado
gee," out of ber face. She drew a long sigh
Grandma Ironed on. but leia ener- 1 algh of bitter renunciation. 'Be
getlcalty than btfore the retrn of Bll- i nda "
lie. "Go on an' tell me ab-rat them "Gramma!" He leaned forward,
pictures," ahe urced. "I uatd to like t whlaperlng aa he did when he waa aak
awful well to go to circuses when. I waa i ng her to leave the back buttery win
young. Seems like I went to every one . jow open when he waa to be out after
that come to our town. One ain't been
near thla place alnce I come hire to
live with your ina. That waa when
houra. "Ma dn't need to know-
single thing about It!"
He unllmbered himself from the
We are working hard for.
Success and you . can
Emily, Louise waa born. fifteen yeara i table. "Ill manage It!" he avowed
The week that followed waa one of
the moat Intense, the moat absorbing
anticipation Martha Stebblna had
known In many a year. She went about
the drudgery ot her dally tasks on
winged ct She laughed at the Joke
ot the hi d man. She brushed and
cleaned Billle'a best clothes until they
did not luok within a year ot their
age. Sue put a new nana on ma nat.
She fixed over her own ancient black
bonnet during the temporary abaence
ot ber daughter. She smiled to her
self when she was alone. Onee. ,1a
detd. ther even heard ber ataglsc,
That don't sound , tike VJtyai
seeth!". raatMjt4;Mf,. :
Dlllle went on to tell her ot the glor-
lea ot the posters. He gallantly gave
ladles the preference In bta descrip
tion. He first told her about the bare
armed female, standing in the Roman
chariot, driving the plunr 't steeda;
about the little girl, standing on a
white Shetland pony; about the ra
diant damsel In the abbreviated skirt,
who .made flying leaps through paper
hoops; about the muscular sisters who
swung from trapezes. Then the men
came In tor their share ot admiring re
marks. He waa half-war from the
ringmaster to the clown, and. grandma
waa listening with breathless delight.
when a atep waa beard In the ball.
Grandma gulltllr picked up her
mil wi ii i I HIT li Miii ' illltMM 1 '
Xormsu Moore, son of J. II. Moore,
died .Suuday Oct. Utb, of lung
trouble. The remains wero laid to rest
at Macetloula Monday nfternoou.
He waa a young man Just entering
mauhood and ho will bo greatly
Jobu Ilagood was In Gamma Mon
Kd TInsloy was here last week.
Quito a crowd from here atteuded
Mr. Sailor's sale Saturday, Stock
brought good prices.
Dr. Claro and family are moving to
St. Louis this week.
It. D, ltoley and wile have roturued
from a trip to Iowa aud Nebraska.
Born to W, O. Goihoru aud wife a
Mrs. O. IX Goihoiu coutluuos tu
Mrs. Dimmick was visiting tu the
neighborhood last week.,
Mrs Amanda Clare of Mlddlctowii
has been visitiug Dr. Claro'a family
l hla week.
Misses Mable and Maud Pate vla'.l-
ed in Danville Svmlay,
Mlsa Frauds Sailor accompanied
Mlsa lllancho Haskell to her school
Mr. Adams and wife will soou
leave for Callfoauta. We regret to
Inoso audi kind, nged people. Morg
White and wifo aud Mrs. Hanson
will live ou their place.
Mrs. Miles Johusou Is reported III nt
Mrs. Moore wbo has beeu visitiug
her sister Mrs. Taylor I'nle roturued
to Trinidad, Colo, Saturday.
Robert Ilrower audM. F.Messluger
were lu Moutgomery Friday buying
some fixtures for our school.
Alias tora Jloorelioail returned to
her borne lu Montgomery, Saturday,
after n weeks visit to Mrs. Cunning,
I'M! Johusou has moved to llit
place formerly owned by Win, IUco,
M.J'. Mrsslnger, Supt. of County
Farm, loft Mouday for nn extended
vUlt In yirglnla.
Miss Jessie Noel who has been vl.(t'
lug Mrs. Kuar returned home Satur
Mrs. C. A. Mitchell of Montgomery
petit it fow llaya wltli her paroula Mr
auu jura, uuuu fJixon. ji
and appreheosive lntanM;wnch"'ld,
up to that night! Th temerity ot un-
riertaklur'i Bight so unwonted, the
dancer ot disoarerr, of recapture
theae but enhanced the ecatacr of It
They made their escape while the
roungeat aclon of the bouae of Malona
waa being put to bed upstairs. Down
through the dusk, between the rowa of
straggling gooseberry buabea that
caught at her gown, cut Into the pith
around the wheat field aklrtlng the
corn, grandma akurrted like a little
gray rabbit. And there, on the high
road was Blllle waiting for her Blllle,
kindly, encouraging, swelling with the
Importanee ot the adventure. How ho
did strive to restrain her Impetuosity.
How he did explain that they had lots
Iron and pattered across the kitchen to of time, that the seats were already
the stove for a hot one. secured, that she would be tired oat
Mother! You got that Ironln' most before she got there, nut neltner
done?" speecn nor movement was to ne rcgara-
The voice suited the face, a hard. . ed in tne exnuaration or mat ueacioua
Intolerant face, with dull eyes and con- , experience, how sweet me green mings
verging llnea around the mouth. I " on , k ,
"Moatly, Belinda!" cried back the old I r. ... 7. v"'u" "
lady with nervous cheerfulneaa. "Ain't i u B"..,"urr,u"1. ""lu "?' . ,, .
moJn'n half a doxen more piece.. Blllle ?'fnt! "J ?l ".h. om '
here's got back from mill." , P'. L.,
She moistened the tips of r-r fin- , ...v' lh. . H, .hnM. (h mn .
gers with her tongue, and spat..- way ' th aaat, ,he Wmfa of tired faces.
on tho iron to teat, Ita temperature, i the torcnMi ,he mu9cbcst of all. O.
Torturing akin eruptions, burns aud
sores aro aoolbed at once aud prompt
ly healed by applying DoWltfa Witch
Hazel Salve, tho best kuown euro fur
piles. Ilewaro of worthlosa counter-
felts. Cltr Drug Sloro.
ALCIKHMISSKX ,t SCIIAFKltT
Wheat No. 2, per bushel
Fiotin liu Sacs.
Bnowdrop perlOOlbs. .
l'hoenlx l'st jut
Kxtra Fancy "
ltye - ,
Oinliim ' . "
Meal per tu,, , i , '
- ' ritontloK,'
Eggs per dot' ' "
Chlrkeui, heus '
Goeso, springs ''
1 can see that," tartly. "Blllle. your
father git on with that stock? That's
good. Now, I don't want you settln'
round like this when there's bis chores
to be done well's your own. You bear?"
There was a brief sllenco when the
had gone. Martha Stebblns seemed to
see through a mist the garmenta ahe
waa Ironing. Suddenly the kitchen
seemed sms Icr and hotter than It had
Incomparably beat ot all the circus It
self! Never did so stately a ringmas
ter stride Into the arena. Never did
so witty a clown break hla bones on
collapsable barrels, and set the benches
In a roar! No aueh agile acrobats ever
balanced ladders and dangled from tra
pezes. No such lovely ladles ever
poised and pirouetted on bareback
horses. No such, stately Amazon ever
lashed her steeds to victory. And all
the rest merged for Blllle Into one ex-
.. ' " no"
flvn mlnutri sro. All At ante. .a... the
lovely ladles, and dashing men. and lulalto glow that waa almost paln-
wondcrful animals of the circus seemed Pa" na rapture wnen ne oeucia:
more distant, lnapproichable. Upon a milk-white pony,
"Are you thlukln' you'll be let go, ! Fit for a fairy queen,
Blllle?" The loveliest little damsel
"Dunno." He lifted his foot and i His eyes had ever seen!
looked pensively at the stqnebrulse on , It was over. They had enjoyed It all.
the toe. "Will If I can. I'll seo If 1 1 They bad seen tho animals every one.
can't get a Job carryln" water for the ! They had eaten popcorn, and drank
elephant. Lot's ot boys get In that ,
"The elephant!" She looked across
at him with brightening eyes, "naves
they got real elephant along? f ain't
seen elephant I don't know when."
Something wistful In her tone
struck Blllle. He was not a particular
ly bright boy, but ho was affectionate
in a dumb and clumsy way He had
never known the Joy of sclt-cxpresslon,
but he and grandma had had some se
crets ot their own. These secrets. In-
votvlng as they frequently did her con.j raejejn narij,'
nivnnce uuu uer Biiunie, were ucccs
snry to his humanity and protection.
Now ho wished he hardly knew what
"Say, grandma, I Vlnder thlnl: yoo,'d
like to go to the clrcuiyourselfl"
' "Me'." ahe shrilled, vo. dear, nol
Whatever put such anldex lu your
lemonade, and munched peanuts. And
now they wcro plodding back to the
farm along the road that stretched
ahead Ilk a ribbon of amber velvet.
Neither spoke. Their hearts were too
full hers with memories, his with Im
aginings. They were as Daudet repre
sents Parisians after the Salon; "Sa
tiated, hut not weary, still thrilled by
that air charged with artistic elec
tricity." They made no mention of
the morrow. Not even reproach then
could wrest this experience irom them.
'Are 7ou tired, grandma? (test on
'O. I ain't tired. Blllle! I wouldn't
be tired tonight, I've had a beau-tt-ful
The night was magical- The sleep.
Ing world waa sweet. The hour Was
the full-blown Tose of
The reace ot put-llyod 'bliss!
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