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Jos. Vaught's children spent Sun day at home. -Jt- W. M. Frazer spent over Sunday in' St. Joseph. several are planting corn in our neighborhood. u. A. wicKer aid some repairing at the school house, Saturday. Ed. Evans, of Kimsy, visited rel atives in our neighborhood, Thurs day. JVirs. Med way uoover called on Mrs. W. J. Field, Tuesday of last week. Miss Anna Field spent the last week with her sister, Mrs. Gale Em- erson. Little Gladys King spent several days, the guest of Grace Carson, of Lincoln. Mrs. Gale Emerson visited Mrs Arthur Callow, of Lincoln, one dav last week. Miss Edna Meld was a guest at the D. II. Swope home, the first of last week. Mrs. J. O. .Norris and children spent the day with Mrs. John Mc- Goon, one day this week. J. L. Andler and family visited his sister, Mrs. Josh Guthrie, and family, the first of the week. Mrs. Stella Smith, of Clarinda, la., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier, and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Emra Davis and Mr and Mrs. Munkers spent the day at Web. Carder's, the first of last week Mrs. J. W. King has returned from a three weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Quitman and St. Jo seph. u. a. w lCKer and iamiiy were guests of his sister, Mrs. Mary Cham bers, of Blair, one day the first of the week. Glenn Hutton fell, while running at school, one day last week, and frac tured his collar-bone, but is now able to be in school. Gladys Taylor has'returned to her home in Mound City, after a visit of several days with her grandparents, Jonas Comer and wife. As we drive along the country roads, we see paper scattered, spe cially at the mail boxes; it looks.bad ly, and, is dangerous, as some horses are frightened by it. The Ladies' "Benton Social Club5 will meet with Mrs. 'Bessie Andler, Thursday afternoon, May 12. Every body invited to attend the meetings every two weeks. The last meeting was with Mrs. P. HI Fitzraaurice. : When we see the poor cattle hud dled together on a hot summer day, troubled with fleas by day and mos quitoes by night, we do wishk every one would plant trees for shade. It would cost so little and be such, a. comfort. , Shade is so lacking in the bottom pastures. Veritas. Kid Glove Sale Friday and Saturday 51.00 and $1.25 quality while yf they last I CC KREEK & HASNESS. Monarch. Robert Hughes spent Saturday night and Sunday in Andrew county. Mrs. J. J. Garner and Edna visit ed with Harrv SiDes and wife, of Forbes, recent J j . The farmers were pleased with nice rain we had, for it had begun to get pretty dry. Orah and Jimmie Smith spent Saturday night and Sunday at Wm. Graham's, of near Fillmore. Celia and Hoyd Hughes spent Saturday night and Sunday with Es- tella and Emerson Hughes. Mrs. Noland and little grand daughter visited a few days last week with J.J. Garner and family. Lee Hughes and wife and Anis and Arthur spent Saturday and Sun day at John Graham's, of near Fill more. Grace and Bennie Smith are at home after a week's visit with their sister, Mrs. Clyde Kretzer. of near Fillmore. Mrs. Raines is at home again, af Iter a three weeks' visit with her I daughter, Mrs. Anna McCallon, of near Fillmore. -There was quite a surprise in the Hghborhood last week by the mar- Iriage of Miss Linnie J. Heckman and Mr. W. E. Lance, of Fillmore. Miss iLinnie is one of the best young ladies )f the vicinity, and we wish her joy md success. Clifford. Another step forward we have ma.de that you may have the pleasure of a Modern Men's Store to make your purchases at home. We feel that we have added to your convenience in our improvements. MIND THIS, THOUGH FRIENDS, WE OWE IT TO YOU for you have each and all helped us. Ever ready you have been to respond to any step that we have made in our efforts in the past to give you and our city a Modern Men's Store. Our store is now comptete. We invite every MAN, WOMAN and CHILD to visit us in what we term our (NEW HOME). Not alone do we refer with pride to our STORE ROOM and its APPOINTMENTS, BUT TO OUR MERCHANDISE; the highest plane we have risen to. As you gave us encouragement at all times to advance along that line, flfijpla" Copyright Hart SdattfaaZcSiatx 11 T SPECIAL. FOR SATURDAY: 50 Boy's Knee Pant Suits that we are going to sell. Mind mothers, these Suits sold for $5.00 and $6.00 in this sale. We close out the Lot at 30 Per Cent Absoluttely All-Wool, not a cotton fabric in this lot. A. L. (Link) Shafer has called to liis assistance a new mail-male car rier, and through the kindness of the stork he win hoard and lodge with r. and Mrs. Shafer for some time. le took up board with them, Sunday, av first, and he was vouched' for bv 'roud, who ' says he is a dandy f ef- low. SHOE SPECIAL IN LADIES'. MEW AND B0Y;S FflPTf: F0t prices, fon fiE SffLES, fof TH Klflo, SEE OUR WINDOW DISPH y. First Showing of Straw Hats on Saturday. Here is where you will buy your Summer Headwear. For the New Sailor, it's Here. KOOCK'S, IN OREGON. New Point and ViJnity. ' Chas. Glenn and Leonard Botkin went to Maitland, Sunday. Mrs. A. E.- Kelly and children went to Maitland Saturday, returning "Sunday. Pan Dreher and family and Roy Bender and family spent Sunday at Will Dreher's. Key. T. D. Roberts and wife re turned Tuesday lor a two weeks' visit in Kansas City. ''Mother's day" will be observed nest Sunday morning and "Temper ance day in the evening at the Pres byterian church. Mr. Sargent, of St. Joseph, was in town the tirst of the week in the in terest of the music company. lie placed a piano in the home of Roy Hardman. Martin Waltman anddaughter.of Colorado Springs, visited his niece. Mrs. Willis Acton, Monday and Tues day. 31 r. Muir. of Rosendale. was with them. Mrs. Bessie Venen and children wentto St. Joseph Sunday to visit her sister. Mrs. Nora Kenjamin. Upon her arrival she found a little daughter had come to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Henjaman. "Uncle Jakie" passed away at the home of his daughter. M rs. 1 enny, in Mound City, last Tuesday morning. The funeral was held at I'airview Thursday, in charge of the 1 . 0. O. V. Virgil and David Cropp. Cert rude Stadler, Goldie Mclntyre. Wes. Cole, Barton Weaver and Adam Hornecker, of Richville, spent Sunday eve at the home of .John Drehers. The rain did not prevent them from having agood time. -Robert Kneale met with a pecu liar accident Wednesday of last. week. While pumping water to drink, the pump supped ana caught tne middle linger of his right hand, cutting ifcoff between the first two joints. He came down, to Br. Kearney, who dressed it for him. Nemo. Nickell's Grove. .V JU.UU.J. .life..... People have been quite busy nlantintr corn' Eva Hershner visited brother Ed., of Mound Ci.ty, last week. We are glad to Jearn that Wesley r , t "1 -3 n i iueyer s eiumreu are wen ugam. The lades of the Grove all seem to be enjoying themselves cleaning house. 2 The convention was o lite inter esting at the churchy-Sunday, with a. large crowd! -Billie Sipesand family 'attended the funeral at Forbes, Sunday, of his grandfather, Peter Sipes. We heartily congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Link Shafer, qn the arrival of a, new mail carrier, at .their house. Mrs. Andy . Hershner and Mr. Lee Stevenson, were -shopping in St. Joseph, Wednesday of last week. -The Odd Fellows, of New Point, were well represented "at Forest City, last Tuesday night. Everybody .re ports a good time and plenty to eat.. D. Shiloh School. The total number of, pupils enrolled. at Shiloh for the year was 24; the largest number in attendance at one time, 22: the average' attendance I about 20. Those receiving certificates Jor nve months perlect attendance, were' Myrtle and Clyde Moore. Theo la and Edmond McKay, Ellen and Ilarwin Meyer, Ruby and Dean Weight man, Ethel Trimmer, Ruth Andes. Worthyand LlovdShuIl, Mil dred Crider, Eugene, Ruth and Gless- ner Rhoades, Lloyd Springer. Those attending every day were Worthy and Lloyd Shull, " Kdmond McKay and Mildred Crider. Several others", missed only one day. The parents of the district aretobecommeiuh 'upon their encouragement of regui.it at tendance, v. E.I). McNulty, one-of the Mis souri penitentiary gang, is here on a visit with his brother Al, and chers. . He's as frisky as ever and t ij. his position with the prison force. Sam F. O'Fallon. Special Agent of the Interior Department, who has been in California, .Vevar-. 'iho, Oregon, Washington and other wes tern states, is at home for his annual lay-off, his lirst visi.t home for over a year. We understand that he -.HI be here for two or three weeks.. .1. C. Philbrick and family, of St. Joseph, have the sympathy of many friends in Oregon, their formerhome, on account of the loss l.hey ued by tire at their home, Tuesday of lurt week, April 28. Mrs. Philbrick lit a sulpour candle and-placed it ia a room, stored with all of-their 'wear ing apparel, rugs, over 200 pieces of hand-painted china,- etc., 'to kill the moth. By some means the candle ig nited the clothing; .destroying every thing in the room. When Mrs. Phil brick discovered, the- re, she was nearly suffocated before he could jit out of the room. The..n're hardly lft them a change of soeks. - We -under stand the loss will be froxn-IGOO to $800, partly covered by insurance.