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Chariton Leader (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Chariton, Iowa Derby Mrs. Will Hoffman spent from Sunday until Tuesday in Humeston. Miss Mary Gunning, of New Hampton, Missouri, who has been spending1 the past week with her uncle, Mr. Mike Van, returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Vice spent Sunday and Monday with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Peary, of Weldon, Iowa. Mrs. Otis Morris came Saturday to visit with her father-in-law, and family, Mr. R. E. Morris, from Milo, Iowa. MIssob Oliye Morris, Erma McMains, Margaret Grimes and Carmi Sutton went to Indianola, Iowa, to attend school. Mrs. Will Burgesses was a visitor to Garden Grove, Friday. Mr. Bruce Carson came Saturday, from near Chariton, to visit his brothers, Virgil and Logan. ^Irs. Durman, of Humeston, visited the latter Dart of the week with her daughter, Mrs. Will Hoffman. Mr. Austin Erb, of Weldon, Iowa, spent Friday and Saturday with his daughter, Mrs. Nellie Vice. Miss Imo Hall, of Weldon, Iowa, returned here Wednesday to open up the new line of fall bats. All are invited to call and see the new styles. Mrs. Ricket and son, of Macinaw, Illinois, returned to their home Monday, after visiting Mr. Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. George Westfall were visitors to Le Roy, Iowa, Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Conner and wife, of Cres-ton, Iowa, spent the latter part of the week with Mr. M. S. Conner. Mrs. Pat Bevard fend (laughter returned Tuesday from St. Joseph, Missouri. Mr. Robert Davis and family, of Missouri, came Thursday to visit bis father, Mr. C. H. Davis. Mr. George Parkin left Monday for Greeley, Colorado, to visit his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Barger. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Williams, of Des Moines, Iowa, came Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. John Bargers. Mr. A. C. Parker and wife left Tuesday for Chanute, Kansas, to spend a few days. Mrs. Nelson Ross, of Le Roy, Iowa, visited with her son, Joe, and family, from Friday until Monday. Mr. , Robert Alexander and Miss Jessie Bass were united in marriage at the home of the bride, on September 7, 1910, Rev. A. E. Nutting officiating. Miss Emma Callahan, of Lucas, Iowa, came Thursday to visit with friends. Ivirs. Otis Stearns, of Smyrna, Iowa, visited a few days at the home of Mr. Ralph Throckmorton. Henry Burdorf and of-Ok Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Clara, of-Oklahoma, "came Wednesday to visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Munson, of Charlton, Iowa, wm a guest at the home of Mr. G. W. Wlnslow. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fight and family visited Sunday with his brother, William, of Grove Groye, Iowa. Miss Ida Barger, of May, is assisting Mrs. G. W. Winslow with her house work. ith to Miss Cora Keeton Mrs. Ray Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daugherty spent Monday at the A. L. Long home. Little Florence Colver is visltln with her aunt, Mrs. Guy Colver, sou of Charlton. George Johnson soil his farm Charley Smith. Mrs. T. A. Sellars was calling at the John Dukes home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Wishart spent last Friday with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Beadle. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, of Russell, visited with Dave Etter and family Sunday. The Misses Grace Duckworth, Neva Kline, Nelle, Belle and Hazel Wright visited with Edna and Tessie Shimp in Lincoln township Sunday. Will Grate and family, of near Melrose, spent Sunday at the Ira Sams' home. A. L. Long and family were visiting at the Charley Savage home Sunday. Lester Colver and Mark Sellars spent Sunday at Harry Shimp's. Steve Riddle arrived Sunday evening, after a two weeks' visit with bis mother and other relatives in Colorado. John Long and family spent Sunday at Tom Beaty's. Harvey Savage and family visited with her brother, Ray Daugherty, and wife Sunday. Ed Wishart and family and Minnie Beadle spent Sunday at the parental Wishart home in Pleasant township. Miss Lei a Glfford spent several days last week with her-aunt, Mrs. Tom Beaty. Mrs. Bertha Wishart spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Flora Shimp, Miss Amy Wright left last week for several days' visit with friends in Tracy, Iowa. Harvey Hawkins and family, of near Melrose, spent Sunday at the Dave Judd home. Mrs. Nelle Beatty and^children and Lela Gilford spent last Friday at John Long's. Will Etter and family Bpent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Mary Prather, and sons. They went in their auto. Miss Bessie Shtire left last week for Indianola to attend Simpson College at that place. Price Smith and mother left last week for their home in St. Edwards, Nebraska, after a several weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Lucas county. Oliver Duckworth and son, Ra. started the flrst of the week for the home in western, Nebraska, after several weeks' stay, threshing for the citizens in these parts. Ora Taylor and, Marie, were passengers to Humeston, Tuesday. Mr. Bert Fight, of Garden Grove, Iowa, was visiting with his aunts, of this city. Cedar. Retta Clark commenced the fall term of school at Cedar Grove Monday, Anna Bingaman at Brown, Mae Swan-son at Germany. Lawrence White and family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. White. Clark Hollsngshead and family and his father spent Sunday at JoeGoltry's. Those in this vicinity that have silos are busy filling them this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clannin and children spent Sunday with Andrew Black and family. Norwood H. D. Clore,. R. O. Miller and Fred Conrad have their silos up. O. A. Wallace moved buildings at Lawrenceburg and Lacona last week Bruce Arnold and Carl Shelton have gone to Dakota to look for land. Born to Garfield Crawford and wife a Bon. John Lynn, of Jay, bad a horse killed by lightning Sunday night. Effie Arnold began school in No. 5 Monday. Andy Osenbaugb Is home from t|ie hospital at Ottumwa He is getting better slowly. Mabel Wallace began teaching school at Whitebreast Center last Monday. A nice shower of rain fell Sunday night'. R. S. Hal torn, of Lacona, has traced his livery tarn for Bert HaHomfa farm. Newborn Wedding bells will ring in our com' munity this week. . Mr. John Alsplaugh of Illinois, visited with his aunt; Mrs. Esther Brewer and family, a few days the past week. YOU CAN IMOT GO WRONG ^ Buying Lucas County Lands 140 acres, 5¡/z miles from Chariton on best road. 8 room house and basement, orchard and small fruit. Good set of improvements, cross-fences new this spring. All in cultivation. Price $90 per acre. 120 acres 4 miles from Chariton, new set improvements, all in cultivation but 10 acres in pasture. Young orchard and small fruit. An ideal home. Price $85 per-acre: 100 acres 8 miles from Chariton on good road, new house, good barns and out-buildings, orchard, plenty of water. A place you can't improve on at the price. $115 per acre if sold soon. 105 acres 3 miles from town, small, set improvements, 40 acres in cultivation, balance pasture, good fences. A good farm cheap. Price per acre ^$35. 96«acres >7 miles from Chariton, new boose, two large barns, windmill and cement tank. This form is in a high state oí cultivation. Price per acre $115. 164:acres 8 miles from Chariton, 100 acres in cultiva-: tion. balañce pasture, fair improvements, bse-of the best . stock farms-in-the county. Price per acre $70. ii... 60 ju;res 5. m%s from Chariton, good * set improvements, 10Jv^9 school áni,church, A good farm for little money. 1 per<acrei$5& . City Property MWI*—Élrr"-'S**:"' A1 Gardner was a Sunday. Owen Millen and family, from near Charlton, spent Sunday here with his son Roy and family. j Henry Rose and family Sundayed at the Jim Kirton home. P. D. Mason and family spent Sunday at the Ed Bearden home. This place will be represented in Charlton, Saturday. Mrs. Gunter returned home Friday from Bauer, from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Foster. Ted Bonebrake is working with the bridge gang this week. The Newborn telephone line was undergoing repairs and a few needed changes last week. Cella Riggs visited her little friend, Vera Mayes, Sunday; Lottie Mason left for her work in Des Moines, Monday evening. Anna Bearden, of Lacona, spent last week in this vicinity, sewing and visiting friends. Tom Norris has been putting in a cement culvert, out northeast of here near Tony Metz's house; Fred Morgan of Oakley, Is working for him. Mrs. Daniel Willoughby cauie Sat-day for a visit with her drugbter, Mrs. Frank Gardner, and family. Lewis Mullins and family spent Sunday at the Ed Hunerdosse home. Miss Pearl 'Maddy, from near Columbia, took up her school duties as teacher at Fairview, Monday, She is boarding with Mrs. Rena Hunerdosse. Jim Kirton has moved his house this fall up on the hill, north where he did live and has built on an addition of a few rooms. The Presbyterian church at English is being repainted on the interior this week, and seyeral of the good people of that neighborhood attended Sunday school and church here Sunday. W. A. Graves and family spent Sunday at the Albert Sargent home. Cottage Prayer meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Millen, Tuesday night. Rev. Feight and wife and Will Klages and wife attended the funeral of a relative at the Lutheran church^ about five miles north of here, last Wednesday. Anthony Metz and Lawrence French have been helping Joe Seuferer dig a well. While jumping the rope at school one day last week, Dean Gardner ber caipe tangled up in the rope and feli, breaking both bones in his left arm between the elbow and wrist. Dr. Thomas rendered medical aid and Dean seems to be getting along nicely. Julia Hancock is assisting Mrs. Sula Davis with household cares. The carpenters expect to begin the erection of a barn this week for Jitp Kirton. The teacher and pupils of the Graves school had their pictures taken one day last week by a traveling photographer. Clyde Gardner is courting at Charir ton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, of Coloma, spent Monday at the Joe Seuferer home. During the hard rain storm of Sunday night, lightning struck the barn of Will-Smith, burning it to the ground. It contained a large amount of grain and hay. He saved his harness and buggy, but lost the bridles. W. A. Graves was a business caller at Knoxvllle, Tuesday. A large crowd attended the funeral of Jaoob Wadle, last Saturday, at Bauer. Mr. Wadle was at town last Thursday, and upon returning home •a he was unhitching the hones one of them kicked him just above theheart. He only lived about ten minutes, and was only able to say, "I am kicked.*' He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his untimely death. The Local News of Chariton ar Vicinity Briefly Told. GA'ISRAEL.MCFBJTime Now for Feminine Thoughts to Turn to the New Season's Appareling,of which This Store presents the iForemost Assemblage Because this store has always been foremost in presenting the Best of the New Style§ for every Season, interest in this city and vicinity centers here, and now we announce an alluring exhibit of NewCoats, Skirts, Dresses, Waists, Dress Fabrics, Shoes, Rugs, in fact every Department of this Big Store is filled with New Goods, and all marked at a price which assures you the very best values.Visit this Store Often; It will Pay You Save Your Talking Machine Coupons We give you a Machine Free for $25.00 in Coupons, and furnish you double-faced records at 65c each, which is 10c a piece less than regular price. Be sure to inquire about our plan of giving this splendid $25.00 Graph6phone, FREE. Chariton Dry Goods Co.20 to 40 Per Cent Dis^j on Tuesday, September 20, at 2 o'clock fall in line with the Chariton Band. Mrs. George Burgman went to D«s-t>J Moines Tuesday to visit her sister; Florence, who is attending? St. Joseph Academy, before leaving for Chicago to reside. Profa. Roberts and Lukens went to> Indianola Tuesday evening to attend the college opening at Simpson. Mrs. W. S. bong returned home Monday night from a two weeks' visit at St. Edwardsj Nebr, where she had been visiting at the homes of E. T. Long, and Mrs. M. E Phelps. Select the buiding lot you prefer and then bid on it'at the auction next Tuesday in north Chariton. Mrs. Grant Shelton, of Afton, was« guest of Chariton relatives, Tuesday „ earoute home from Albia. Mrs. Harry Everett, of Palestine, Texas, is a.guest of Mrs. Guy: Graves; Mrs. S. L. Smith went to Lucas, Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Harding, and make the acquaintance of a-little grand-son, thatarrivr ed recently. Very liberal terms offered at ther auction of lots next Tuesday afternoon Waynick Addition' -You. ean^-aitard' to stay away Hf you are a reoter. j*Jttaies Bennettaod wifei>are;n|aviug Mrs. •ft Wcdnsiday ;to ^ ^ Iii order to clean out my stock of Wall Paper for the new Spring line, I will make a reduction of 20 to 40 percent on all Wall Paper patterns purchased from my stock this month. Come in and see our immense stock and take advantage of this G-reat Clearing Out Sale if you want to save money.CHAS E. FLUKE, The Leading Book and WallPaper Store West Side Square, - - CHARITON, IOWA 0 Î 0 9 i I t I t * i t A full lin*of MarineHo1 face creams, powder,- and hair tonics at Mrs- Walker's millinery. Mrs. G. A. Gilbert of St. Louis, Missouri, came in a if w days since to visit her sister, Mrs^S. & Willoughby, and other relatives. Charles Washberg of English township, leltMondayJor Kmuw City, on a short business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clowser are ■pending a few days in WoOdburn, ith tbeix daughter, Mrs. Jessie Mc-ure and family. \ , Miss-Ruth Bonnett left • Monday for low» City to attend the State Univer sity. Lewis M. Cobb, of Garden Grove, cam*. Tuesday - to visit his cousiús. Cooper,- of Wi • Mrs. Sara Beardiley isspending ■ ' i Oakalaosa. the € -week' with relatives in C.'Dalinre turned homeafewdays iinee-from-a vlBit in Minneapolis,-and StíFául. «^ktand Janet Find ley ¡lett Mooday Monmouth, Illinois, to .resqmë rente»? 5 Att9nd?J^<$fr> MissiKllza CoShandjMrs. David Funk.' Put your rent money into a building tot September 20, .at 2 o'clock p. m. You will ha^e an opportunity, that may- never oome again to buy a valuable, building lot. Bey. and Mrs. H. M. Davis iCity, were in the city Wednesday, .enroute home from a visit in Oakley. , Rev. Cooper was a former pastor of the M. JE. church at that place. Mrs. S. A. Sheffer, of Garden Grove, returned Wednesday from a short visit with- her cousin, E. A. Artleyand family. : Uncle Billy Marshall returned home Wednesday from a three months' visit with relrtives in Chicago. _ ^ Mrs. Ed Lewis returned home Thursday night, from an extended visit with' her son, Earl, and family In Colorado. The CbidsttM Soienoe will HP Lesson Ser be read.attheKp, in RiPimel C. R. Kirk and wife- of St. Joseph, Missouri, came down from Osceola, Mondayy whewe they had been visiting her sister, Mn. Sells, and family, for a short visit with friends in this city and transact business matters. Secretary.«f War. Dickinson during his stay in the Philippines has made many speeches praising < the Administration, but he has cara fully avoided spying a word in defense of the methods bv which friar lands have been hastily sold to directors of the Sugar Trust.—New York World. When Sultan Abdul Hamid was deposed, numerous involuntary grass widows were created. The Turkish Government has set about -the taak of penaloniogitbese unfprtunate women, and and« to iujptonisbtnent that they number Bevenhundr»d,;andforty-«iX' Itis rjiportedttuUduringthenext ten y«ara these vwooen will reoeive pen-Sloan; ,moaU>!y,T.rang!ng, in amount from, twr . )to^entyi«M>>dollarfl.-- Pre«- ;