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Neighborhood News
As Told By Our Assistant Editors.
Tioma D, strict.
V bad a ftno'iroifct tor rain
Int .S tt-irdiiy but somrhow- or
nth- r it f;ot uwuy from us.
H-v rnl attended Macedonia
pU" : nm this commuttltpall re
por' ii i :'ood Hint'. .
Jrlin Kirks nnJ family wis vl
tdtlog O.iv.i May Saturday night
nnd soudny.
CU-lnn Kirk nnd Willie West
attended (ho Old Baptist Associa
tion tit Sylomo church ln.t Sntur
dny, Sunday nntl Monday.
Farmers nro cutting corn In this
community nml feetllng It to the
Hnrry Davidson and his dnugh
tor Julia were visiting frlcnclit In
Vandalla Monday and Tuesday,
Mian Julia Davidson wan the
guest of Miss Nclllo Klllott Sun
Mrs. Owen Stono Is visiting at
A. J. Brundrlde this week.
O. U. Know.
and arc getting plenty n( work to i of MIs Nclllo Hogsctt Inst week.
tio. Tlicy woulil no pleitsjtl to
do work for anyone doMrlng nny
baling done.
Jnmcs Flttgernld purchased n
Inst ycnr.4 straw slnck from Mr.
John Prntt for HftO.
MIm ModU Hart of D.itivllln la
vlsItlnjr;Mts'l,l46 Wlilfe.
Mr. Cort Stewtirt will glvo a Ico
crenm supper Saturday eve Aug.
01 for the benefit of the V. V. T. U.
' Mm, W.D. West and daughter
4i s ur.ico ion luns my ntnlit or
ii it ., N. Dak. and now Hurry It
j'fiO - Id.
J. V. Alward rwul daughter Mis?
Fnnnlo of Mlddletown wore here
trading Tuenlny.
Jno lleos,who Is wnrlclttglii Knti
sn I'lty visited his homo-folk,
- ST.KUto.
L. D. Mudd was down from
Montgomery Wednesday and
Thursday of last week on business
Theo Kolllng was up from War
renton Thursday on business.
Ebln Klnkade returned from
Pike County last Thursday where
ho had been attending the Bap
tist association.
Dr. J. I.. Jones and Gcorgo Mey
ers wcro In Mlneola Thursday on
Mrs. M. L. McKenna of Now
York Is hero visiting her parents
Mr. and Mr. J. T. Morlarlty.
T. M. Smith and J. J. Singleton
wcro In McKlttrlck In Thursday
a. m. on business.
Misses Elcnor and Ocorglann
Hydcr of Wllllamstown West Va.
nro here visiting E. W. Reynolds
and family.
W. L. Smith wuh In Montgom
ery Snturduy on business.
Forest Klmblo wuh up from St.
Louis Saturday on n visit.
E. W. Swank enmo up from St.
Louis Saturday night to visit his
Edgnrllnrdlng left Sunday for
St. Louis to seok employment.
O. W. Hordcau was In Sturgeon
Sunday with relatives.
MIssMnttio Lavender wont to
Wnrrcnton Sunday to visit rela
tives. Mrs. S. K. Itcusch wns down
from Wellsvillc Monday on busi
ness, MUs Corday Chandler left for
St. Louis Tuesday to visit friends.
Homer Gardner wns down from
Now Floronco Tuesday on busi
ness. J. H. Northcutt wns In Prices
Branch Sunday to too a friend.
Laura and Mary Kemp wont to
St. Louis Tucsdny morning on a
Frank Warner was down from
High IIIU Monday on business.
Orphan. '
Miss Ida MoXctlzlo has bfou
wrestling with the monsloM but is
bcttcrnt present.
Party nt John Arnold's Inst oven
Ingnnd ovcry body had a nlco time
The W. O. T. U. mcctlhir nt Mr.
Claude Brown's homo Sunday
last was well nttuuded. Quito nil
Interesting program was given.
This being the end of the year
new oftlecrs wcro elected. Mits
Nona Ucck was reelected presi
dent. Gipsy.
Miss Mlttlo I.ognn bos returned
homo after n several weeks visit In
Lincoln Co.
Jas. Dnvldmin 1m i'olm in hold
! his nnminl cunlt show tlio 2nd Sat
urday In Sc)lomber.
Hazol Doll
Somo indications of rain.
Picnlo at Macedonia was well
attended taklug ovcry thing into
Miss Emma Logan returned
homo Saturday from Indian Creek
whero sho has been visiting Miss
Etta Parsons. Whllo thcro eho at
tended the Baptist Association
held near that place.
Tho many friends of Gus Horts
man formerly of this vicinity will
bo pleased to hear of his good
luck In obtaining a piece of land In
the strip just opened In Oklahoma.
Mrs. Mudd of Montgomery City
Is visiting her old friends near
Gumma. Mrs. Mudd formerly
lived In that vicinity and wo nro
.glad to sco her back.
Miss Gertlo Sco of Now Florence
Is visiting her uncle W. 8. Floyd
and family at present.
Mrs. Hcz Bethel and Itllcy Col
lins have purchased n hay baler,
T. Gooeh wns ovor from Middle-
. town Frldny.
. Mrs. Nettle MatigliH r.ml bnbo
' were the guests of near Shamrock
I lost week.
Misses Knthryno Wldntnon,
i I'cnrl hpltzhlrn, Lena Mao Stcclo,
and Gertrude Wells of Dodgo
City, Kan. attended tho picnlo nt
Macedonia Saturday.
Forest Covington wns over from
Hhomrock Friday evening.
Miss Lctn Lewis Is visiting
friends at Benton City.
Miss Laura Shrodcr of Olney Is
tho guest of friends In this city.
Messrs. A. F. Davis, Ed Brig
ham, M. J. Peyton, Gus Wilson,
Gilbert flees, and Lester Black at
tended tho Macedonia picnlo Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Lcsllo Gllllland'
wcro the gucsU or relntlves nt
Mobcrly last week.
U. 8. Fuller left last Wednesday
for n two months trip through
Iowa nnd tho West.
Uncle Silas Brown spent a few
days with Fulton friends last
Baker was In town! week.
Mrs. Ben Coin Is visiting her
grnnd-mothcr Mrs. Jnmcs JJoknno
Miss Martha Blades spent the
first of tho week with tho Misses
Kldwcll In Montgomery City.
Misses OUtc nnd Anna Baker
of Danville spent Sunday and
Monday with Mrs. Ben Grunt In
Abb Harrison went to Callaway
Sunday to sco home folks.
Miss Lula Berry waa tho guest
of Miss Anna Blades Monday and
Miss Lena and Lonu Cocn left
Saturday for Tcbbtt's. Lena will
return homo In a fow days, while
Lona will spend tho winter with
Mm. Ed Marlow.
Miss Susan Huddlcston and
mother visited Mrs. Taylor this
Miss Kate
Misses Gusslo nnd Nona Cocn i
left Tuesday for Plko County
whero they will spend the winter
with their grand mother.
Mlbrt Nnllln Kpnndlfintl lu tinn.i,l .
lug thl week with Miss Mammle j
llobson. i
II. V. linker nnd sister Miss
Maggie attended church nt Wil
liamsburg Sundny.
Mrs. Will Crnnoitnd Nclllo Greg
ory nro visiting their sister Mrs.
Att Davidson this week.
Ben, Less nnd Kntlo Blndes
went to Williamsburg Tuesday
night to hear B. P. Taylor preach.
Miss Irene IlotTman Is spending
this week In Montgomery.
Mrs. II. E. Scandlnnd Is with
her brother W. V. Patterson who
hnsn very sick child.
Miss Kate Dooloy U'vlslting In
E. Itosenburg, .Mr. and Mrs.
Nebel of High Hill, Miss Altha
Whaley, nnd ,Mr. Jackman of
Mexico spent Sundny In town.
Iluv. Colonoy filled his regular
appointment hero Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Blnln Hudnnll united
with the church hero Sundny nnd
on Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Houry
Tato. and John Lynch united with
tho church nlso.
Web Baker made himself a
present of a now farm wagon.
M. N. Pcnn went to Montgomery
Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Hunt of Memphis Tcnn. Is
tho guest of her sitter Mrs. Will
Itov. Hutchinson and wlfo of
Wcntzvlllu after spending n few
days with his mother returned
homo Saturday.
Pod Russet went to Montgomery
Tuesday on business.
Wm. Crane went to St. Lou If)
Tuesday night on business. '
Miss Eva Anderson nnd brother
of Audrain Co. visited friends here
and attended the picnlo.
Mrs. Samuel West nnd son Mrs.
John Brown of Audrain Co. spent
Friday with Dr. Luce nnd wife.
Misses Altn, Lcotn and Mabel
Hodgers, spent a fow days with
relatives In this vicinity last week.
Miss Mildred Elder was tho guest
Miss Lottie Webber of SL Louis
Is visiting her cousins Misses
Mnymo nnd Lizzie O'Donnell of
this city.
Mrs. I. N. Mornn and little son
Harry left last Wednesdny for an
extended visit with relntlves at
Carlo and Macon City Mo.
Miss Corlno Vogt, a chnrmlng
young lady of Montgomery City
was tho guest of Miss Frnnklo
Motz Frldny.
Miss Lilly GUlllnnd enme up
from St. Louts Inst Wednesdny to
attend thu funeral of her grand
mother Mrs. M. A. (Illlllnnd.
Chnrllo Vogt has gone to Knu
sus City whero ho hns a good po
sition. WoIIsvIIIo'h new mill Is almost
finished, and ready for work. At
present tlmo It Is taxing to their
full capacity tho mills of the
county to supply tho demnnd for
bran, ship-stuff, chop, etc., nnd
every day our mill Is not running
Is valunblo tlmo lost.
J. T. Jones Esq. nnd George
GIpson of Mlddletown wcro In our
city Frldny.
Charllu Lull of Shnmrock was
hero Snturdny.
Tho following crowd spout a
three days camp nt Mlncoln last
week: Mrs. P. S. White, Philip
and Herman Wise, Mrs. Dr. Hud
son nnd children, Mrs. A. N. Jones
Mrs. Mary Stuart, Misses Elrcna
Stunrt, Emma Appling, Olllo San
ders, and Motile White. Thoy re
ported a very pleasant time.
Tho Busy Bees wont hunting
south wcst.of town Saturday and
of course they wounded several
"dears." Tho Busy Bocs nro
Brunette, Bluebell, Bcrcso nnd
Miss Mlnta Morton of near
Shatnrock wns tho guest of friends
hero tho latter part of last week
and tho first part of this.
J. II. Baskctt of Hannibal, Mo,
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jas.
Turner of this city.
Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Berry and
little grand-daughter of Middle,
town wcro tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hnyes Monday. ''
Llttlo Miss Bculah Brandenbcrg
is visiting relatives at Montgora
cry uity.
Mrs. It. Hughes Is tho miest nt
her brother Dr. Grant Arnold at
Portage Des Sioux, Mo.
Now Floronco.
MIm Cluitrmle In nurd who hn
vlslUngthn MUse Corvey r
tarncrttoherhnmt) In Mexico Tuesday.
Mr. Mart Willis Is In Tr.y visit
ing Iter parent and other relatives.
Mr. I),io I'iiiiM wont over to
Triixton Friday for n week visit.
The futilities of it. S. Chandler.
F. M. Kills mid John .(offers wllhn
number of friends nro enjoying nu
outing nnd the pleasure of enmp
life this week on tho banks of tho
Missouri Itlver.
Quite n number 1 from this plnco
nttended the picnlo nt Mnecdonln
Inst Snturdny.
Miss buslo Pcmticrton wns tho
guest of Mr nnd Mrs. Whiteside
near Two Mllo Branch, several days
last wcok.
Airs, ireno yjooo utter u very
pleasant visit to this place return
ed to tier home In St. Louis Sunday
Miss Gertrude See nnd her sister
Miss Mabel nro guests of Scott
Hoyd and family over nt Middle-
Miss Gertlo Carr of Monteoracrv
City Is hero visiting friends.
T. E. Davis has closed his storo
at this place and Is Intending to try
his fortuno farther west whero ho
expects to seek a location In tho
near futuro.
Five car londs of shell corn nnd
ono of Baled liny wcro unloaded nt
this plnco Inst Saturday nnd more
hns been ordered to supply tho demnnd.
Prof. Mnupln nnd wlfo hnvo mov
ed to this placonnd nro very pleas
antly located nenrthe school build-
Ingoccupylngnpnrtof MrsMooro's
handsome and commodious resid
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geoge Hartley of
Fulton were entertained hern this
week by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wilson.
Our public school begins Septem
ber 10th under tho Supervision of
Pro. Mnupln nnd Miss Annlo Mil
ler of Jonesburg.
MlssJnsio Worlevlsln (!hllllli
this week with her sister Mrs. Eu
gene Windsor. Pui:m.a.
Wo h.rl u very ,M0d rnln In this i
tl,.'l, A T k ( .... ..
Iel,Uty Inst Saturday, It refreshed 8um,' ' Tllf..' ,(. ' Mt
tho eorn mid grass considerable,
.Mrs. Hubert Bautly oml baby of
Cnllawny Co. vUlted her sNter Mm.
J. V Mltehel ntvl children nt this
pliu-o hut Tuesday,
John W. Uoodmmi of Callaway
County IuiuIihI wnter from l.outre
Tortile K"Ulu, Wllllnik McCord
nnd John Willis, wcro nt Montgom
ery Wty oil tho tlttli.
(Jrtiro Kittle nml her sinter we-o
ut Montgomery City lust MonVtuy
the 11H.Ii.
Oe w Is every rtUtruutivo in n
corn field.
N. Deliuil nnd Itlehnrd Whllo of
Montgomery' City were here not
long ugo.
Win. Davis-throned his wheat
Mr. mid Mrs. 1'ntty returned
front n visit to relatives Tuesday.
tt nn
Hlgh Hill.
0. L. Dryden nttended th o Bnn-
tlst Association meeting nt Indian
Creek, Plko Co., severnl dnyH Inst
Sheriff Wilson of Montgomery
City Wns In our vlllngo last Frldny
on of Ileal business.
Mrs. Campbell, Misses Slovens
and Gordon nnd G. L. Dydmi spent
nuny nt me I'lnicnl.
Jim Brundngo of Montgomery
City shipped threo car loads of
hoops from this plnco last Friday.
Mrs. John Best who has been III
for eovornl weeks, Is nealn nble to
bo about, sho accompanied hor sis
ter to Montgomery Inst week, whero
sho will remain for a short tlmo.
John Ostcrloh of Bear Creek Is
n this section of tho country,
threshing out tho small crons for
tho farmers that wero fortunate to
havo rained any.
W. H.Hnvcnhlll of Montcomerv
City n piano tuner waa In town
E. F. Nobel and daughter MIjh
uomio went to St. Louis Monday
thoy will bo absent soveral days.
A number of our young neonlo
attended n danco nt tho residence
of Geo. Black north of Jonesburg
luctsuuy eve.
o. ii. niiuuioKanip and son of
Wnrrcnton wero the guests of A. N.
uerclermun and fumlly Inst Sun
day. Geo. Fllehman and family of St
Louis nro vlsltlngtho formers fath
er, air. rnchmnn returned to the
city Sunday iiftornoon but his
family will romaln somo time vis
ltlng friends nnd relntlves.
Cross lionets.
Cross Bonds wns well represented
nt Mnecdonln Snturdny.
James nnd Wm. Mnupln went to
Cnllnwny County Inst week.
Gertrudo Kraf t says there Is noth
ing like tho sen(Seo), whllo Molllo
Kraft says there Is nothing Ilka
coal (Kohl).
Cllno Elstcs nnd daughter Miss
Emma of Bcllflowcr visited Lind
say Mauplnand family Sunday,
Wm. Cox had tho mlsfortuno to
run a rusty null through his foot
Sunday, wo have not heard whether
It Is serious or not, but wo hope he
will soon recover.
Claude Cahall, Wesley Sanders
and Gus Ittner nro hauling whent
from Montgomery City paying 7.1e
per bu, for It.
Geo. Wnlker delivered oats nt
Montgomery Inst week for lOo per
bu. IlUNAllOUT.
Dan D.imeron left Frldny for
St.-I.outstolookiorwork. Hu re
turned to St. OUarlea Tuesday
Whrro ho hni i position.
MIm Mae Shannon who His
boon visiting hero the fj"tlvo
weeks rotitnrwd to her hmn- on
the Vnndnlln Prniilo Sund .
Miss Florence Elliott uf On, u un
I her- with );ur gm,nl-,i. .is
Wm. Stotlernud wife.
Mlisllcululi FnrtliluKot V
lln, who wn liuru f,r iv m
visit t.i relntlves, received
ruesilny th.it h ,r sister im
Prlco's Blanch,
Slight showers havo fallen here
since our last letter. Very little
ground Is being broken on account
of thu drouth.
Mrs. Edith Arnold nnd little sou
of Webb City Is thu guest of her
parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Ursy of
this place.
Miss Mary Blssel of Fnyctlo who
has been tho guest of Miss Lillian
Ursy tho pnst week left for her
come Frldny.
T. II. Edwards and fumlly weru
shopping!)! Montgomery Snturdny
Quito a number from hero nttend
ed tho picnlo ut Macedonia Saturday.
Messrs Ilolnud Howell mid S.
Martin of Troy visited tho formers
Unclc4lIowoll,tho latter part of tho
Dudley Davis and Homer Gard
ner who left hero somo tlmo ugo nro
nt work In North Dakota, having
obtained work us sown as they ar
rived there.
Ah news 12 senrco nnd "Brevity
Is tho soul of wit," 1 elosu wishing
tho TltlllUNK Huccess. VAtiA.
Chancy Elliott and Wallace
Keith left for Colorudo Tuesduy
MIsm J. B. Kelly of St. Louis
was visiting Miss Maggie Elliott
several days this week.
John Hays of tho Harper neigh
borhood was visiting undo Dan
Davis Monday.
F. A. Begot, left Wednesdny
morning for n two weeks utay
In Indiana.
Tho social at tho resldenca of
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pcnn Monday
night was well attended.
Undo Nat Christian of near Big
Springs Is visiting his daughter
Mrs. Geo. Davis.
Sam Baker has u fine prospect
for n crop of navy beans, and at
present prices Sam will bo In tho
F. P. Wagoner Informed us
Tuesday thnt ho had received tho
appointment of clck In the Mont
gomery City Postofllce, nnd ho
will soon move his family to that
Leo Hubbard sold n good mulo
colt this week to Mr. Humes of
near Now Florence,
At thla writing Mrs. Jacob
Browtr Is very sick and llttlo hopo
of her recovery. Un!.eSi,
. uin
1 . '
(Iniigerimtly ill. Boulah loltlm
mediately for homo.
MNs Maud Culler (if Iluihl
neighborhood Is In town this weolc
Miss Minnie mid Pnttlo Klrk
Innd of Howling Green visited
old-time friends here Sundny.
Miss Alma Hunt return?)! Mon-
dny from a week's visit In Mont
gomery City.
Pros Piixtnii, of Montgomery,
visited hero Inst week.
Tho following Is u list of camp
ers from this plnco nenr Olney t
Chrl Gnrttnnn, Leo Wagner, Dr.
Illgg, Melvln Vermillion, A.M.
Lafferty, Claud and Fred Vermil
lion nnd Chas. Itlgg.
Miss Lona Wagner carried tho
prize, an elegant X 15.00 silver
pitcher, to Mlddletown, for being
tho handsomest lady on tho
ground at the Mnecdonln picnlo.
Mr. Charlie Pnxtou nnd wife,
Mr Flagg Pnxton, of Centrnlla,
Mr. Prcs Paxton, of Montgomery,
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Gnrtma'n,
visited tho family of Morltr. Gnrt
tuan of Fnrmer Sunday.
Mr. Pines who hns been sick Is
Quite n number of young neonlo
nttended the Union nt New Provi
dence last Sunday ovu and report
ed a very Interesting meeting.
Miss lllnneho Gove of Montgom
ery City mid Mr. Paul Brown of St.
LouU wcro visiting friends hero Inst
Mr. J. W.MIddlokamp and fum
lly nttended preaching nt the Ger
man church nt Truxtnt) Inst Sun
day. Mrs. Mnttlo Bohrer moved to this
plnco Inst week.
Mr. Ned llnll gave a pnrty Inst
Wednesdny night which was enjoy
ed by nil present
Misses Mildred nml Gertrude
Elder of Montgomery City visited,
In this neighborhood Inst week.
Jno W. Perkins went to St. Loult
Inst Monday returning Wednesday.
Fred 11. Ilupo left Inst Monday
for Chicago, whero ho hns secured
u position with the Goo, W. Trout
& Co., dcnlcrs In hardware.
A few from hero attended tho
musical nt Mr. Gen. Johnson's
which wns n grand success,
Itov. Glddeus and wlfo visited III
this neighborhood lust week.
girlaiU T.od lu Kkow lln 41, a
Our attention hu rtrrntlr Imn
railed to loms curious eiesrlmentii
conducted iotne time ago by Mr. Chii.
White, M. It. C, 8., lately the preildent
of the Itoyol Odontolotlctl Hoclcty ot
Or rat Drltaln, Myi Chambers' Journal.
Upon examining some skulls datlriK
back from the atone ace, he noted that
several of the teeth, although quite
fre from eatlee, were thickly coated
with tartar. It occurred to him that
It would be posalble by a rough an
olyila to Identify any particle of food
that might be embedded In this nat
ural concrete, and so reveal the char
acter of the allmtut partaken of by
prehlttorle man. Dliiolrlnc U' jx
tar Id a weak acid, a residue Wk- left
which, under the mlcroecope.wa found
to conilit of corn huik particles, halre
from the outalde of the husks, spiral
veuels from vegetables, particle of
starch, the point of a flih tooth, a con
glomeration of oval cells (probably ot
fruit), the barbleta of down and por
tions of wool. In addition to this va
ried Hat waa aome round, red bodies,
the origin ot which defied detection,
and many aandy particles, soma relat
ing to quartz and some to flint Theie
mineral fragments were very likely
attributable to the rough stones used
In grinding; the corn, and would ac
count for the erosion of the maatlcat
Ing surfaces, which In many cases waa
atrongly marked. Thla Inquiry Into
the food of men who lived not leia
than 4,000 years ago Is a matter of
great archaeological Intercit,

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