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s-.i.-tk- - '3 sams Ij'FM", -i.- --.tv . -.w n4T v - nammt t nuimmmmmmmmaum 'i a THE CRESSET j-0m' PaPcr is unavoidably small i this week- BRUSHY KNOB MO. i Mrs. Edd Morgan was c :i the sick list t!io last, uf last week, WHFTSTOXE ITEMS. By Blue IN-es L,st week's 1 terns. Column per year 2 - - i 4 ' - A TT I 1 l i ' . ' . .... -Arthur Cody spent Sunday ! muo K,DU tASaacl :i" U0P' 01 the with friends :;t Brushykoob. CKESaKT.wiIl you spare me a in- I tie spare in vour little paper for a few items by the Blue Eyes. . ..830.00 . . 50.00 j 24.00 --Marion Cmts and family Sun 12 00 dayed at Edd Mornan. We are haviin? rdf- wonrhor nr, Profession ai cards $1.00 a trton. j present writing. oca! Sper line, 1st insertion 03 J Elic Hfard and family and J. Plowing and getting ready to ii - . q en mseitions .-, Coats and family Sundayed at plant corn is the order of the day Local advertisements will be; uncle Jim Coats. 'on Whetstone ontmued mud ordered out, I We saw the Miller boys in out i neisrhborhood. huntinir sheun the , 'n ' -Psing a tine mai e the othei GUMPTION ON THE FARM- i i u o t 1 1 : i t i ii u kjja i. LiiKiiu i . H -N (UvOVK ITEMS. i 1 i anu nun nay witn .viase anu, j ByBnscBud. ! Zona Jarrett. You cn't overwork the harrow, .-. ,-. . , .. , ., j Goorgo r risk still travh the Tuat weed right in the hill is! will wi it 3 a few more items run toward Stiuer.s, gues- your worst enemy. are having tine weather at knows 1 Dont let the weeds pet a start ! present wt?at tttat is to". Ne'lio Caudle called on Ada. kill 'em while thev area-born- , , ., .... i l-- .4. Woods Fi i. ; ciuimay ounuoi uuu mauiu ;u I Maggie and Odesse Jirrctt , , . , Maude M.d "asK-ov is staving 1 J J start out m the parlor come back1 ..... ,' night with W. L. Jarrett. . . . , i Willi Mia .--..'Hon at ; vser.t. in the freight, Annie anu lsumee St inert spent n mg. way. ; ( v.,. attended S ,n Tun n'1 on t1w nvtrMvnr:,t whn "When you hoe corn, rhin it out I ... 1 ' ... . - . i. L'l 1 iuihu owiuk. si'ein, ounuwy Mnr.,i .wi, w r I MMUVU,) Ullll II, 1J f(t L I t ll'li ,-it.h Li.ie B; Special c intra! jar ger adds made o: Mr. and Mrs- N. E. Candle first of the neck. !Ui IIV.JL IIMMI 111,111 Ulll , VJ'. i t.. i i..i .1. ,. , . ... ! stalks to the hill. Nature do; sn t '-,-nr ( Vin.ii. ,i Vn ii . v-uniuK uuu uie Luisuirtune i ... i v. , ,v sneiu unuav with Mr. liosve lino 10 ue ciiiivueu. iliom;'1: KnniiilV I LOCAL IOKE Mr. Ellison come and chatted the Ed. for a little while on last 'last Sundaj : Monday eve. day. Mrs. .lane Holt visited her son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holt Hiram Riee was in Norwood Wednesday. Bessie Lefler called on flattie Hopewell Thursday afternoon. -Next Sunday at 3 o'clock the I Ed. will preach on the building of the JAH-Ville church. Mr. Call Holt and v.iV. Mrs, Robertson and daughter Oma, Mr. Jim Cutting, Johnie Winner Clan-nee Vaughn and RayPurtle was ad pleasant callers of Me- J . E. 1 Rogers was transactinir business in Brushv . Morgan was at the Knob CraWs Sumlrt' af-ernoon knob F - W. T last week. IJill was c.otnphunini; of a sprain in l is breast. Hope nor and wife. Lnm Caudle and family spent A cheerful spirit gets on quick. !oi0,, Nf,oiiv vtn , ,,. , -,, ,i 1 uiun vuuaie ana am v spent A grumbler in the mud will stick. Hie Climt c a.,,. .;ti, , , Hill spent Sunda with Annie , Sunday with Sigal Moody and it is less work to hoe twice ana ioiiua aii. family, soon after the crops come up than it is to hoe o.u-e after the! V in!l Hil1 slpnt Tu?sday after- The Irs supper at Norwood , neon with Zada Jarrett. was well attend( d Sat. night. lay. he is better Sherman Hitchcock and George Hopewell made a business trip to Nor wo- d Saturday. Mrs, Robertson visited- her mother, Mrs. Clark last. Sunday. Mrs. M( Hie Holt's two Sisters i Mr. Harry Raker and Mr. j Mrs. Emma Conway and Mrs. Mora Riley visited the Ed. ou EMer Hale who has .been down last Sat. and chatted for a few moments. -G. G on a visit has just returned to there homes in Spriogtio'.d and Kansas Cicy. .with he ither 60 YEAR3 EXPERIENCE Misses Oma RoherUon, Cecil ..vis went to Brvantl I,ITC Casner ftnfi famil ThnrartiiT. e4. ,v .... , . I arrived here M.st week from Oro- - ""mug uuu iUilt'U LU t . make a catch. ' aml aro now settled and Ihirritt Holt called at Mary down and working for the Col- McCraws last Sunday morning Mr. .Maekev dames nniH tua ony. - j"..v .111. Ed. a visit on last Monday eve. again Mackey. - o m n on thru.' way Irom ounday school Jim Cutting still travels the i Frank ,uk! John Hhfhnnr.lr m hauiintr lumher frn,,, r-;;n,,v. Mho long lonesome road that ,' Thc people afflicted with the 10 l'ild a new house on their 1 at,s North wonder what that is I mumps are better at present mother's farm two miles up Tar- M01' : writing. button from the k'nnh I t.-. .. ucu. n,i E ir. On last Monday we visited the as seeQ taki"K hr fntllt'r lind mill and elntted a while with the sistov to llie trin Thursday mill bands In nnmnnn n-ai, t..., i moriuug Ellison and returning to the home of Bro. and sister Ellisons wnerewenaa one of the most Mrs. Robertson last Frida LJieasantest repasts, my wife and 0 of the Colony little boys aceora paning us and around a table spread with all the necessaries ' I t! L, WyMt t0k a aslli" trlP Saturday evening catching a ; nice mess of bass and perch. I I -George H0peTCell and uncle - I 1 Jim John got a tine lot of fish on I Bryant one day last week. 3. -R- B. Lflei Iduraea aod M postmaster at i des Goforth of the lame place were Brushyknob - visitors Saturday. -Jerry Coat-:, undo Jim Coats and uncle H-mry Harrison went to Vera Cm- v.,t.,.i.,.. . . uui un-.v anu - brotf"t- home some nice fish. Mr. Butts representative of the Springfield Grocer Com pany made his regular trip to the Knob Sat urday He was ac companied by his wife. weeds gets high, and does much more good. Maude Jarretttsnent Thursday Borrowing tools and sending j with Mayme Jarrett. r.lrs. n s-i ( urtu and ht'-l - son 4t$- li'div;.' uic iiii.n n iiuw l,rju. rew- (, ; iv i . spent i ter save up and buy your own. r . i u. i . arrtt Again we sayl Test the seed , , 1 . , , ' . - J! I Slinert spent Monday corn before planting, for there is . . , . , : with Fern Stinert. so much poor sed t orn in the country tnis yea'-. And u I so, i Blanch Swing spent Tuesday treat the seed potatoes to pre- with home f-l!t:. .... i venv scan. i.,,.,,,,, , , , TTT . 1 Auaiu. .Jarrett ard Ada Woods If you put stones under the spent Fridiy morning with F. G, posts of your corn house, have ' Curtis and iamily. tlieill tii'iCk eilOUgh aild large: . , ... qnlolilf Mcartoln ir opinion froe wttetkar a ..... ... " Ada Woods lias been sjomiilimr I Sw!'!WllP!ffifc.('',l!?ll 01U)U,r I SO toa i IOC trnSt W no! wnnwMroiiaiji ror. nnt. ho nm (hdm 1m.uo .- Om , 'imuiii .... '-"..T!!..".?" LIH 111 UUU Ul LIU 111 to pieces. L- Barrett of Norwood. Don't cultivate the potatoes- R E. Jarrett, Lum Caudle and when out in bloom, or coming J. ii- Jarrett made a busines out, unless you want a lot of trip 10 Mt. Grove Fri. tkr9hw.jFuwdiiiMraAkae. stunted little tubers, Cultivate! Mrs. 1?. J. jDrumwrlght has them before they get that Wg,been speuding n few days with and hoe them clean oCwKds. ii,,,,. ail , .,, ,,, Trade Marks Dcsiqns .nrooe Mndlng a ulietoh und dcucriptlon m&j 'iaai fwi i Co. reoelia it rocun hi- vi' en 'a. tftclal nottct, wHbout obarge. In tho A hnndsomelr Illnriit9d weekly. iMreett air- col'.tUm of snf aclentlllo Journal. 'l'orm, W s iiUNNCo'B- NewTqrk Tim Clark and mother and niece Oma Robertson visited at Pleasant Hiil Sunday School wa well attended last Sunday. i r : ii. .1 i n, k... i T!.. oi life was the beauties of the L ..- ,,, , , ZtrVUQ b0driBennie McCraw last Tuesday. "41414 043 00 jiiiuaou i:aa prenareft. , m .. , . t, . . 11 and Charlie sure played some J 1UfUSt ;ay 1S on'! m" tine harp music, and the eld folks he best of cooks Can't we Uvc all enjo d itnicely. more such sociability like unto! Bro. and sister Ellison. I Leona Holt visited her mother- in-law Mrs. Jar.e Holt last Mon $80.00 per month straight' day. salary and expenses, to men with I ', ,. , ... , ri ,-., r, Mary Mc( raw and little son rig, to introduce our Poultry ,. , . . , ,,. .. , R6mo,i;lu n . i Chelsa visited Tom Holt and wife you mean business. Eveka Poultry Food. Mfg. C, (Incor ated,) East St. Loui. 111. last Monday and also taken sup per with CiU Holt and wife. Jim Cutting was seen in Nor wood last Sat. also D.tve Best, .In! m f .nrlrint tcv ivn.s seen in On May 7th, repoitoftheJAH- v..,i iLtTWrt. Villa Union Sabbath School was Mrs. Mollie Holt visited Krs George Finley last Monday. ,t -Mr. Pierce of the Croighton I j, Provision Company of Spring- Mm accompanied by Mr. Stein representing the Cudahy Pack- ofthe best totalnumber of schol- ping company of Omaha Neb. ars Present 7", Officers p'csant 1 were m town Tuesday of laakU. Teachers presant 3. interest! irn ... n-.;., ;,. .,o , a 1 i. ito r I r r j. . ' i . .... mr i! )ast 01 Ule very Whetstone, I will ring off, ocsl come one r omp n h-Perry Pimondsof near Idumea Stct. las a business doer in Brushv- ; jiob Friday. He had the mis rtune to become entangled in a feed Priner last week causing a .... paiiiiuj, inougn not serious bruise V.f on his right arm. I J. J, Mills representing tho w. U. Milhgan Grocer Co. of Springfield made his regular trip to the Knob on Wednesday of last week, Mr. Mills is a hus- W -ler and is always welcome at Brushyknob. -On last Sunday at S o'clock -7-lder Wyant preached at the --Jp')klony tabelnicle one of the inest sermons on the t'.vomen -theory giving the large congrega- won io unaersianu tnat uod would have to contradict his statements if he did not create a .man male and fairoile nn t.ho civ. iMi day and then after the seven- .) day formed another man, his ixt was "other sheep I have ..... ivj BLAGK8MITHING DONE ON WHAT Is :K3SrO"W2ST JLG THE OLE STEVENS FJLlv ClxTC'E OWNED ZBTtT CttK EECHANT iffi. 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