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As Told by Our Assistant Editors. Jonosburg. . Uorn to Henry Dungan nnd wlfo Miss Anna Conklln loft Inst Wednesday Oct. 23rd 1001 a 10 lb. ' Thursday for llldgcwuy Ohio to boy. visit her lster who Is very sick. Gcorgo Young nnd wlfo left Sat urday morning for Uuflalo N. Y. to attend tho Exposition. A. II. Druncrt was In Troy Sat urday on legal business. Aubrey Kallmeycr was down from Now Florence Friday night attending tho Ball at tho Opera House. Louis llctckhoff and boh of Dig Spring passed through hero Satur day on their way to visit relatives In Wnrrcntom Miss Helen Pennington went up to Montgomery Friday to visit friends A. J. Cnrtntcs of Warrcnton was hero Saturday on business. Miss Ilony Ollkcy of Abattls was hero shopping Saturday. A. A. Nlcmcycr of St. Louis vi sited hero Sunday. T. A. Witt was In Montgomery .Sumlny and visited n friend. II. K. Golden was In High Hill (Sunday visiting. Dud Alstrop was up from St Louis Sunday calling on n friend' Molvln Jones of Wcntzvlllo was hero Sunday visiting relatives. Win. Ilnll and Hale liming at tended tho street fair at Marthas vlllo Saturday. W. C. Palmer of Knst St. Louis xpent Sunday with homo folks Solon Frelnu, wlfo and son of Mexico visited hero Sunday. 1 Dees of Wellsvlllo was hero Sunday with relatives. W. S. Carr of St. LouIh visited homefolks Sunday. Harney Adams returned from Mnrtlnsburg Saturdny whero hu hnd been nt work for tho past fow weeks. Leo Godfrey and E. A. Hall at tended lodge nt New Florence Sat urdny night. Attorneys Johnston and Drun crt are attending County Court at Wnrrentoti this week. Emll Schaefer nml famly lelt Monday for Perry O. K. whore they will rostdo In tho future. Cho Gold was hero Monday on business. ( (. Parson's of Hlgll 1 1111 visit od frlejids hero Monday. Evan Chnndlee and wife visited frlciuU at Ashley Saturday and Sunday. Itud Klmbrough was In New Florence Monday on business. Hear ' reek Baptist Sunday School Instltutn will meet at Jones burg nt tho Daptlst church No vember l- ami i.i connucicu iy u. M. Ithonds, Mrs. 11. ('. Dcgomon, President. Miss Mnymo Morlnrlly camo up from St. LouU Monday night to visit homefolks. Itev. 11. K. McQulo and wlfo of Montgomery visited II. C. Ungu ium! and family Monday evening. Chn. nrpenter, traveling sales man for Witto Hardware Co. Sun dayed nt tho Arlington House ns usual. Jim llcnny of Massiiehusetts ar rived hero Tuosdny to visit, his mother and other relatives. V. T. Davidson of Abattls won here Tuesday on business. Sim South of Prices Dranch was hero Tuesday trading. John Mason, Jr. of Prices Drnnch was here Tucidny on busi ness. Dr. J. L.Jones was In St. Louis Tuesdny visiting relatives. Mcrrclt Oliver visited his best girl In Montgomery Sunday night. Miss Florence Duncan and Alex OllvcrlsIted relatives nt Farber Mo. last Saturday. Klmcr Osborne nnd wlfo of nenr Hopewell visited John M. Cox and family last Friday. John Alderson nnd family last Sunday. MIbscs Ida nnd Zclla Sailor ac companied by Emmctt Olvlcr nt- nded bundny School hero- last Sunday evening. Ornndmn Johnson who his been on the sick list for tho Inst few weeks Is nblo to bo out ngnin. Andrew Polcston nnd wlfo are visiting their son Jessie at Mobcr- ly Mo. this week Miss Maymo Kcllnr was shop ping In Wellsvlllo last Saturday evening. John A. Walker of ncnrLoutrr Valley church visited his niece, Mrs. John Cox last Friday. Preaching Is still In progress at Mt. Carmel, Uov Henley Is con ducting tho meeting now In tho absence of Dev. Dr. Ferrell. 15. M. Oliver nnd Family, John Cox and wife, Mrs. J. E. Dickey and family all attended tho rovlvnl services nt Mt. Carmel Sunday night. Miss linker of f'nllnwny county Is visiting relatives In this vncln Ity. O. U. Gui:ns. Jns. Turner nnd wlfo nro visit ing tho former's daughter, Mrs. Parker of near Culver, this week. Miss Arlino Darker went to Mont gomery Snturday to tako her weekly music lesson. Little Charlie Lansing of St. Charles Is visiting his aunt Miss Leonn Aycrs. John linker of Jonesburg was hero on legal business Monday, j daughters I Tho ball given nt Rhliielnnd hall Miss Suslo Duck of Monlgom ) Thursdny night was well attended, ( cry was tho guest of hor aunt, Mrs. I Frank Trail, of Warren county, Urnndcnburg tho first of tho was hero on business Friday. I wck. Alb. Heylng, who Is attending Central Wcsleyan college at Wnr j ronton, writes homo thnt ho Is again 'afflicted with bolls nnd unablo to attend his studies. Mr. William Holtwlek, of Amcr Icus, Is hero administering to tho wants of her mother, Mrs. Mary Vcrholt, who Is of lata n filleted with partlnl paralysis of ono of her limbs. William Koenigwns In town Inst week getting a now surrey ho hnd ordered nnd of which ho Is very proud. Tho directors of tho Uhluelnnd Cunning company hud n special meeting Inst Saturdny, at which It was decided to call n meeting of all tho stockholders on Friday, No vember I, at 2 p. in., to attend to special business. Owing to opposition, Hry lire mer has discontinued the delivery of meat In town and Hry Gleringer Is now supplying us regularly with fresh meat. George Miller, of Illufllon, was seen on our streets Snturday. Dr. II. A. Hlbbard spent n few days In Worrell county Inst week. Charles Miiusluind, of Herman, assisted the orchostrn In furnishing musio for tho ball, owing to tho absence of Hugo Moiinlg, Horn, to the wlfo of lien Koenlg, Monday irooiif n ton pound girl. Our mayor, Hugo Monnlg, nnd II. W. Stock spent n few days In Morrison last week Inspecting n lire engine which tho town contem plates buying. George Schroer, F. I. Antolnc, Charles Hlnehoval nnd Otlo Heylng nttended tho Swiss festival In Her mann Sunday. It. 15. SCIIUli. CrosB Roads. Miss Lola Draustetter visited Miss Jnnlo Wood Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mnupln nnd Mrs. T. D. Wood have returned from Gasconade. Mrs. Theo. UpJyko visited Mrs. W. T. Sanders Monday. Mrs. J. II. Martin was trading In Wellsvlllo Wednesday. F. K. Kraft left for Iowa Sunday night. J. A. Kraft nnd wlfo visited their daughter Mrs. Henry Colo of Vnndallii Saturday and Sunday. C. F. Kraft was In Montgomery City Friday. Pi:t. Miss Louisa Urlnownr of Mont gomery City spent tho first pnrt of tho week hero tho guest of Miss Eftlo Donnel. Miss Kosa Harmon of near High Hill In visiting In this neighbor hood. Mrs. li. J. Moorehend mid daughter Cora of Montgomery spent Saturday nnd Sunday wltl C. C. Moorehend and family. J. W. Mlddlcknmp nndjlnmllj spent Snturday and Sunday Ii Wright Clly tho guest of their Mr. Ingram nnd Clm Dohrer of Audsaln Co, wero hero Inst Thurs day. Tho protracted meeting rioted I nt Union Chapel Sunday night I with nbout twenty-five eonvor- F. L. Hoes spent Sunday with his father nt Jonesburg. Dr. W. F McKtbben of Aux- vasso visited his brother It. G. tho latter part of last week. Miss Nulllo Dlnln wont to Mexi co Snturdad to Inko n musio les- "Ions, son from Prof. Gucrno of Hardin I Miss Kmmn Knmp nnd Mr. Vltt College. wcro married In Wright ttlty Wed- Everett Hnears of Montiomorv nesdny Oct. ffil and then camo to was visiting relatives In this city I ll,,r 'thcr's, Mr. Henry Knmp's Sundnv. incur nere ami sinyou until i nurs W. Jones of Shamrock was the!""." ,n '27 , . , ... mi. ii... i ... ...... St. Louis. Tho eouplo have the day Uov. C. W. Wall of Chicago preached at tho Daptlst church here Sunday evening. He, also assisted by Mr. S. J. llnms, sin Her, tho first M. K Church Monday night, which was well attended. Mr. Bylos and two daughters Mrs, Loiter and Mrs. Long of Moberly wero the guests of friends here Sunday. St. Ei.mo. best wishes of their many friends May their path through life bo one of ruos. Messrs Chandler nnd Taylor of New Florence (topped over night t. .... i- i gavo a Storeoptlonn lecture at 11 r" V , n . . V (Mill llll' IT. . I. U . XJllll I VIIIMJ II at Louisiana. Gils Engel hns purchased a now buggy. Artie Kendlo and Miss Euln i Hussel of Montgomery nttended prencniug in union unapci nun- Thomns District. dny night. Some scholars In Thomas ills-, Mr. Gary Howies got his hand trlet have been exposed to measles I mushed last Saturday while help tho directors have iitopped thrill lug to saw wood, from school . . Mrs. Dim Mny who has been , Onmmn. visiting relntlvos In Ohio for sav- Walter llogsett nnd John Pit ernl weeks returded homo lost (eager are working in John Knrn Thursday. j CIH coal mine. Craytoti kirks and his mother) Uoo Sparks nnd Jns. Mabry aro attended tho Old Daptlst meeting doing some carpenter work for at Slloem churh Snturday nnd .Joint Pratt this week. nu""nJ Thus. MeKlfrcsh nnd wlfo of John Kirks was visiting his ,,(.r Wellsvlllo wero tho guest of mother .Mrs. .M 1. Kirks hominy J. M. Davidson and wlfo one day Ilex Dcthel and wlfo wns In last week. ( Wellsvlllo Saturday trading. Miss Tresslo Daugh wns in Mrs. A. J. Ynrbough returned Wellsvlllo Saturday shopping, from Idlnnn InslFrlilay whero she -rrv, M,,bry Is In Lincoln cum hns been visiting for tho pa-t ty this week at work. ln,m,,l ! Hump Looker and family wero noverai in huh vieinuy niienueu Montgomery Saturday nnd Wollsvlllo. Miss Mnttlo Wilson Is Iho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Jones nt Jerseyvlllc, III. Gilbert Dees, K. L- Dlack, II. E. Lehiiou wero tho guests of friends at Middletown Sumlny. Tho Mandolin Club met nt Mr. A F. Davis' music parlor last Friday night. All report n very plensanl time. Tho members nro Misses Adeline Kolghloy, Maymo Elton nnd Nnoml Pollard. Messrs Gil bert Iters, Elmer Llnensclimldt,'"'" '" ,c"" 111 Lincoln solioi.l Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Lorn Mudd camo iloirn 'rom Montgomery City Mdndwr i morning mid took ohorgo of tha lit- j ermedinto department of our school, tho third teacher was b.td ly needed and hope It will Improve. ur school. Mr inwl Mra n 1.' ..ml little son Author left Monday fifr their now homo Grass Valley On I. vhero Mr Stewart has decided to oeate tor the winter ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Long i.lo tho proud parents of twin boys,, who arrived nt their homo Inst Frl- lay. Mr. and Mrs. John llurlon en tertained u largo party of their friends from this place last Man- ' lay evening and n pleasant Hum vns reported. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dur on will soon lenvo tho High I Ml lelghborhood nnd move to Calla way county. Mrs. T. II. MeCluro returned from St. Louis Sumlny evening whero sho had been visiting her daughter Mrs. Myrllo Owen. Miss Lou Smith returned to St. Louis Sunday nftcr it 'pleasant vi sit with her sister .Mrs. Leo Dlack burn. Miss l.ottlo Shrocdcr camo homo from TruNtoti Sunday whero sho hnd been with Mrs. Anna Dnvls. Miss Myrtle Wenneker of St. Louis wos Iho guest of her cousin. MIm Hollo Sheremver several ilium lasi wook. Three ear loads of corn were un loaded hero this week and deliver ed to the farmers besides two car loads delivered to W. A. Grahairu at Mlm'oln. Our farmers being without either feed or water causpH great depression. Dorsey Lenvell who Is hero vi siting his parents contemplates re turning to tho Kloudyko tho latror pnrt of this week, John Verser ciiino In from Okla homa Inst week and Is with his son. Will Verser. Adam Itleo and wlfo of tlnv. "Central" nro entertaining their dntigtcr Mrs. Maud Green niiiL. her husband from Utah. Miss Dettlo llatehett returntid from nu extended vl-lt In St. Lou Is tho latter part of tho week. l'ui:i.t.A. Rlilnolnncl. A boy nnuied Durks, aged about 10, thu son of n memocr of tho extra gang nt work here, wns arrested by Countable Gregory Inst Tuesdny nnd tnken to jail, lie wns charged with having stolen n watch and chain from n conl hand nt McKIt- trlek. Tho wulch wns nftorwnrds found In tho boy's possession nnd Identified by tho owner. Mrs. Annie Ilium, nee Drewe, of Illinois, wns visiting her parents nnd relatives In this vicinity Mr. John Osterlnh, of Hear Creek, brought In his engine to bo re paired, and whllo working nt tho sumo accidentally had part of his thumb cut off. Dr. llurcli nt once nttended tho Injured member nnd at last reports it was healing nicely, Tho Misses Garbs, of Derger, after visiting with Ihelr mint, Mrs. Louisa Howling, for several days, have again returned home. Mr. Dyron Taylor and llttlo daughter Gertrude, of near Glns- gow, .Mo., aro visiting Ur iinil .Mrs. Unroll. .1 ud go Samuel Miller, of Dlufftou, i died at 0 n. in. Thursday, niter an and Dolph Jordan McMlnmcs A. II. Worley, W. W. Worley, and A. Vogt of Montgom ery City wero hero last Wednes day. Mrs. i:il Cox of Kansas City Is visiting relatives In this city. A. J. Dlnttner, wlfo nnd children who havo been In Colorado sever al mouths, have returned home. Wo nro glad to learn that Mr, Dl.ittncr'a health Is much Im proved. Will Dodgers was hero from Mexico Snturday. Mrs. E. S. Sink was tho guest of relatives nt St. Charles nnd Montgomery Inst week. Miss Ethel Pnden of Shamrock visited tier sister. Miss Mattlo, who Is attending school hero last Friday. Tho meeting nt thu Chrietlnn church has closed. Tho following united with tho church! Mesdnmes Anna Thorpe and A. .1. Day, Miss es Llllio Gllliland, Ktinico Walker and Kato Widamnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Hughlett nnd Mr. James Hayes, Uncle Silas Drown, who has been visiting relative In Colo, for tho past mouth, returned homo nousoi rioay ii.gmr- Mn) 0 CllHlm ,, ,simo l runk Ivesnnd family of While- ,ml(m ftl xvfo iillended tho sldo District wero visiting Hud stato W, C. T. U. convention nt Green Sunday. Louisiana last week. Wo nro having nleo weather at Hardin Spires and wlfo wero In present considering Iho tlmo of Montgomery City Saturday, year, farmers should have plenty Cnv .,,, , (lmvll llu, of feed stored uway In tho shell, r .,. ,,,, i,,.,,!.,, l.. il.u for bad weather, which, no doubt will come after a while. A nice shower of rain fell last Friday. It did not mako any slock water but wns nleo on wheat just sowed. O. U. Know. Illness of several weeks. Ho hod attained an ago of over 80 years! mako his future home land wns well known throughout I J. Sam I.nll of Shamrock wns ! thocountry. Mr. Monnlg nnd fnm-1 thin city Wednesday. (lly attcnilou tliu lunernl. I Mm. lflnlll Tlifllnv. nf TnYfW. A. N. Kemp nnil ilnuBhUTHarofornl.r ,)f ,, llCOf , ,,,,, In Chamois visiting friends. tho HCeneH ()f her uh,u,h0(K Joo Dusch wns down from High mm M,nnI() ri,ln(,r cnluu u Hill Tuesday evening visiting re from 8tf Iml,M Thursday to spend lntlves. ' fow ,nyH with her parents. Win. .Mnxey aim miniiy - MUs Am,, I Uienefeld nnd Wnl Friday W. V. Salieo left labt Wcdnes-,' i:1,,,rt ""'H'Ty. who necom day for Kansas whero ho will ' llIc,, Clareneo back to week. Mrs. Dr Ollio Davidson of Ash laud Mo, and Mrs. Tom Waters and little sou of Indian Territory are visiting relatives In this vicinity. MIhh Mattlo Pow was Iho guest "H-1, her ulster Mrs. Ileltlo Davidson Cluudo Gregory nnd wlfo havo no day last week. moye.i to nor minor , wnoro tney KUMI ,, mmy iii ,:iiiiiii. i.i.iii mi , ,i. iiii.nu in raugemeiits to go to tho territory. Wo havo a Daptlst missionary preacher, Dro, Ilntcher, from Co lumbia, Mo., who Is holding n very Interesting series of meetings nt this place. Ho has had attentive audiences during tho past two weeks and will continue tho meet- Ini, .Inrlii,. Il.lu ti'.w.b- John It, .McMiilmn, who has lived ., ,,, ' , ,, . In this neighborhood for tho past,, W " "' " ' llfly-threo years, has sold his farm ! --" . Smwy Dock of nnd moved to TeX,is. 11., Is 11(1W ; OIney w.o tho guest of their loented In Coleman county and Is ' l'1,uw nuW nml " nleased with Texas. was in wens- of near Middletown spent Sunday with re latives near Driish Greek. Mrs. Sam Mabry of near Gluey nnd Mrs. Ann Daugh spent Satur day with Mrs. Clara Plttengor. Miss Lucy IIoss was In Pendle ton Snturday. Danvlllo. Jas. HI gg, of Dethlehem, tf, moving his store to this place. II. C. Klto has moved his goods; that weio Miivod from tho flro Into thoold Knox store-house, Tho telephone company Is pre paring n place for u box III Iho of ficii of county Treasurer ItodgorH. George Love, of Callaway Co., hits rented tho Adams farm south of town. Tho social at tho residence dr Mr. Drecn south of lownjwnx wuIL attended Monday night. Oils llcgntuud family nro vlslt- j lug In Callaway this week. Mrs, Drulii Dutton of nenr Prices llrancli Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Win. Itlgg, at this place, Mrs. Geo, Drecn left for town this week, to visit hor parents for several weeks. Sam linker Ih doing considerable fall plowing. Mrs. T. O. I.ovo of Mncholtilns- vlllo, passed through town Moll- In Mrs. I. ou I r ltenner of Montgom ery has bought tho Drooks' prop erty and will locate hero soon. Mrs, J, L. Darker went to St. Louis Monday morning. Miss licrtlia Drooks, who bus a Oklahoma, has returned much ' pleased with tho country Chnrles Dlackmore, of Tebbetls, ' I Is leaching our school for this l winter and seems to bo giving snt Infliction.. Ho Is n renl nleo young , man and wo wish him success, i Dyron Moseley visited Parker MuMahnn Sunday. il iv. iiii rrillle In Mtnnotii. wherit Marlon Spires and family wero,ullM ... vU ... thu guests of Joshua Morris nnd Wlf Ill'.iWI '.IIIIIIIITI ll ,. III homo until! tno INK. of November, Judge Allium wns In town lii'it weeks salting h.inds with his many friends. Mr and Mrs. Mark Pcnn worn visiting In Callaway counting lAsb Sunday. Dllllo Kellh and family wcro vi siting near Mineola. Miss Myrtle 1'ord wus shopping' nt Montgomery Clly Wednesday. u.Nci.n St. duy. Pola Manslleld vlllo .Mon day. OITiilf,' llnrrtit.m rirj.fr.iri. urhn position ns a book-keeper nt St, y yours old, hns been attending in Cnllnway county Saturday nnd , V " . ... . ' H " I meeting regularly. HohaHlocomoi Sunday.. SNOWnuoi.. i ... ... .,, . nunaay. I about two miles nnd rides horse- i ! Btcln, tho latter of Now Haven, aro Misses Elizabeth O'Donnell. i...i. ti i n. Now Hopo. ' spending tho week with tho family j iMiu Schtilz, Maude Hart, Nelllo :mlm'Vet. a lli.lit shower of rain fell hero of Alb. Duschor. oi,.i,,. v..niiii- lust eiiouL'h to . ... ..1. . L. , 1 Mr. Joshua Dratton, from near --v .. , ...I. ,ll... .'nu. ULUI v..nili v iFi'i illllllluil llllllllllK. I UU.V I U IUI I H nbout lay tho dust. William Hoppling YiPid'fi m tn i ,i.iu ..tni..n.. ......... ,-,-.-- f 1VI tiiiJ" li linn Mtmm father David Appling l Wellsvlllo , , ..... Sunday. i 'n' 1,0,1 Heylng nnd little J E. Updyko sold a cow nnd daughter Luclllo aro visiting tho young calf last Saturday for 82."i.00 former's sister, Mrs. S. J. Dureh. Chnmlos, nio visiting friends and pleasant tlmo and lots of persim mons, which wo sampled Will Flnley camo up from Now Florence and spont Saturdaynnd Sunday with home-folks. i Mineola, was visiting In tho nelgh 1 borhond a fow days. (J.Mii:. Bollflowor. Wo hod u nleo rnlu hero Satur day afternoon. Now Floronco. A. II. Kallmeyer was In Moxlfo thu first of tho week. Miss Itaclicl Stewart hns gone to Kansas City whero sho will spend tho winter with her aunt and ut tond thu Manual Training School. Miss Ilnchel was a groat favorite and will bo greatly missed. Mrs. Ituth Jefters Hanks left Tuesday night for tho Pacific coast whero her husband, Dr. Hanks Is doing well 'in his profession. I They will probably locale' pcrmii jncntly in Washington., Dr. Walz Is visiting frlvnds nt this placo. A largo delegation of visiting inusons from tho neighboring towns nttended .Masonic Ladgo hero lat Saturday night. Poytonln A refreshing shower of rain felL hero last Saturday. Mrs. Hubert Dently and her llttlo boy, who II vu In Callaway county, visited her sister, Mrs. J.W. Mitch ell, and cliljdrou Inst Sunday. Uov. Itufus W. Hunley wns at homo from his school Sunday, Robert E. See, Jamus W. Ocr uu' and Jackson W. Mitchell uo.'o down on Lnutro fishing recently nnd caught a good many Duo tU'U. Mr.Spencer.who repairs wutchos,' clocks and sowing machines, vyas hero this week. J. A. P.