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Chariton Leader (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Chariton, Iowa Tire cRAftiTOir iveadfr Pianoforte Tuning and RegulatingHave recommendations from one of the best Toning Schools in Iowa, Leave orders with LA, Owens, Chariton. Iowa, or address ALBERTA MAE JENKINS,PHONE 68, RUSSELL, UL Mrs. William Ra^ph a&á little saz west io Kirk »coc. ilüaoU, SksrJ»*. to visit her p-srests, Mr. *zà Mrs-Hary Clo»ser. Mrs. Mary Grayioc. »bo had bees risiilo? reiâtjves far sereni wee's* at Bjooolsgtoe aoù Hecrr. j I Mao is. re-turoec bose Sunday. Mrs. Jobs »Viisos aad t»o daughter oí Otto s» a. visitée Saturday at Í tw: W. T. Curili tose. j Program. Pro/trac oí and readings al the Otristias ci-.-ch. Scaday evening. September 3ï: Tbe Herd's Prayer—CV.va_Ciär "Chr. sì is Kizg"-----—Smiib CJicIr asc CoegregasiaB •As Ose 3ïî Mother Oxsforteih" ____Gabriel Ladies vaartet --Oït Kiai oí Religiosa"— T ¿v % SchrUÏS CO 03 wg 8"»S 3 w © H ® o * W p » p u ? B 3 O«I Í §ö§ 5 v« • o P © KÍ £ r^i-: P s* £ ? 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O Lord".KeLsoo Mixed Qtiirtet Cocaìite Solo___H. A. Shire r Hjna—•■S23 oí JájSoal"_ _Choir aod CocgregMloo ___Choir "G'.orta Pair:" ttit A- H. Wrijriiî. trsosiàsiaf »afissa Russell Glenn Jennings »env w> St Joe, Fri day, to look after bcuisess interest». Mrs. D. M. Wiileti aad daagbter, Miss HaUie, are Tishin? this veek with relatives in Moras. Kjlesa?- At the Annual M. I- Coc'erence at Perry, Rer. G. W. Wood of BSockton, Iowa, has accepted the paitorate in Roatell, and Rev. D. J. Shenton the charge at Blocktoo. Arthur Pyle and family have rented the Grayson property in the west part of town. Dr. J. B. Robb made a business trip to Denver, Colorado, this week. Fred Robertson returned Friday from a business trip to Oklahoma. Percy Spragne and wife moTed their household good* to their farm east of town where they will reside. The members of the Ladies Aid Society of the M. E church met Wednesday afternoon with Miss M. L. Silver Many hearty conjjrata]ations were bestowed upon Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cowgill, when they departed for their new home in Baxter, Iowa, on Friday, which the groom had prepared for his bride. Mrs. Charles Kelson ahd two daughters, Marguerite and Leta, who had been visiting with her brother Carl Roberts and family, returned to their borne in Nelsonvilie, Ohio, Thursday. Mrs. Henry Hancock and two daughter», who had been visiting with their son and brother Homer Hacooek and family, at Ballentine, Montana, returned home Faiday morning. The Misses Alberta and Maade Jenkins returned Saturday from business trip to Albia. J, P. Ream, County Treasurer, collected taxes in Russell last Wedses-. day and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Vinsel entertained at dinner Sunday, Mean, and Mes-datnes John Plots and P. A. Roekey. The members of the Aid Society, of the Presbyterian church were entertained Wednesday, at the James May home, west of town. Messrs. Curr, Gallagher andj^ovitt, . of Corydoo, drove to Russell day, in the former's auto. Mrs. J. T. McKinley was taken suddenly ill Saturday, but is now convalescing, which fact her many friends will be giad to learn. Mis, Lena Harreli and baby, who . had been yb&ting her mother, Mrs. P. F. Frazler, returned to their home In i JCalnsyUle, Missouri, Saturday. i; Basel McKinley nest to Cba& aturday morning,- to visit with Mrs. Frances Jobmoo. ^»r>£:f»ther of ltn. Maggie tea^ifeaS^tS Wednes- 5ti»rt S>IJ -jviruK ai Oarvâziz^. war* is Suffit*.:. Sfctt-rtaj. E.-1 Wiiiiij v-JÎ irsyhter .-it-sr.. if-. Sucriaj Ux a risii »itfa -Dar i. Z ft iluny acid /aciiy. ia T>m 3i.:casa. Mius He!«: excects to «ab»; li I»»» this year. Mrs.. will stay wish her Jin. ijarl Miices, near Obiettici. MW-o^isaa west m> Gales-bar?. Mcjoiar. »here she »ill atteoi Siasi C&:ie-pe! Abact twecty-Sre of the young people of the M. E church drove to Char-Sunday evening and attended Kpworth L^gue services ia thai city. R. T. Hnstaa and wife. Mrs. Ida Ad-oocic aod Miss Susan Day drove to Derby, Saturday, in the former's aaîo W2d aUended the old selliers reunion. Mrs. Laura Gow, of Chariton, visited Thursday with her friend, Mrs. P. A. Rockey. Mrs. John Cook returned Thursdav evening from a visit with relatires in ci3erent parts of Oklahoma. George Blanchard and P. H. Steeh accompanied a consignment of stock to Chicago, Sauirday.Home Coming Fair. As Melrose. io»a. Wednesday and Tczncsr. Sept. 2Ut. acd 22d, 1910. soder tbe auspices of the Progressive see CiTij League, grandest event eyer te'.c is the west ehd of this county. Oitcss»a Band will famish music for the oecasloe. The street parade will consist of the hoad. horseback riders, citizens, floats, acd societies, aod ai all stock entered for exhibition. A repwtseotatiTe of the Agricultural College at Ames will deliver aa appropriate address oa Wednesday after-acoe. Hoe. X. E. Kendall, Hon. L. T Richsscffid. of Albia, aod Hon. D. W. Eacilsoc, ai oietraruey, will address tbe icseitblage on Thursday. A grand ball at opera house, Thursday evening. UScers:—Frank Maloce, president: W. F. McGrath, vice president; James secretary: D. J Martin, treasurer. Ladies Department:—Mrs. D. J. Mania. Mrs. R. F. Hancam. Mrs. Wm. Wallace. MUs Rose Ward, Mrs. J. T. Deas. Mrs- Chas. Whelan. Miss Theresa Ma'o-se. Mrs. W. O'Brvan, Mr». W. r. McGrath. Miss Abbie Mullin. Pleasant Mrs. Ernest Essex, accompanied by her brother-in-law, Giles Essex, of Alliance, Nebraska, came Wednesday to spend the winter wild her parents, Mr. and Mra. H M. Wells. Roy Shimp Whitlatch'a. is working at A. V. Miss Winnie Kirk, of Derby, began school at Centennial (No. 9) Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nelson visited Saturday and Sunday with friends in Chariton. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mathews and daughter Edna attended the old setters reunion at Derby, Saturday. Miss Mae Grimes spent Sunday with Cleta and Clarice Whitlateh. Little Marlene Cloe, who has beea quit« sick, is improving, Mo» of the people who attendedCompany H Inspection. Monday, September 19, 1910. Com-j orders No. Chariton, Iowa, in accordance with requirements from Adjutant General Office, Company H will be inspected by Sergant Hays, of the Regular U. S- Army, on Monday evening, at S o'clock, September 19 1910. This inspection will be made the subject of Sergant Hays' report to tbe Adjutant General's office, of his tour of duty with company H, at the present time. lite Company will not be inspected under Heavy Marching Orders, as the inspection is for the purpose of reporting condition of the clotliing and rifles since tbe recent encampment at Sparta, Wisconsin. The Company, therefore, will appear in full khaki uniform, with rifles acd side arms. All members of the Company are warned hereby' to be present at the Armory for inspection cm the above date at 8 p. m. sharp. By order of Captain William Bell. Christian Church Notes. Preaching at 11 ai m. by the pastor. Program of music and reading at 7:30 p. m. The choir will be assisted by local talent. A silver offering will be taken for the music fund. Sunday school attendance last Sunday was the largest for years. Tbe "Chair Shower" brought quite a large number of chairs for the primary department but about as many more are needed. Bring one next Sunday, if you forgot. Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30 p. m. church Sunday night found out it could rain in Iowa again. Mr. aad Mrs. Clayton Shore and too Gilbert, of Tennessee, fllinois, returned home Monday after a fortnight's visit with relatires here. Mr. sad Mra. F. M. Kenrsey and daughter Jessie visited. Saturday night and Sunday near Knoxrille with Mrs. Kearney's sister, Mrs. Amos Smith. Mrs. L. C. Daebenbach entertained Mr. sad Mrs. O. B. Store, Mrs. HatUe Johnson, son Clyde *od dacghtera, Won» aod Vera, and Allen Shore to dinner in bocor of Mr. aod Mrs. Cl*y-xckl Shore of Tennessee, Illinois. Mr*. Mary Miller is visiting villi her daughter, Mrs Orie Dacbacbaeh. Price Smith aod mother, of St. Ed wards, Net»rwika, returned borne Moo-day after a visit ia Oils vicinity. U. M. Swanton, of Dec Moines, is visiting with his mother, Mr* H.J. Swaasoe. Mw. B. F. Litton spent Friday with Mrs. John Smith. Miss CleU Whitlateh of school at PrsirSe HOI lish township, Mocday. Epfarias; G*o* speat Ouil bgrx> » term So, e in Eag- The ladies of Chariton aod vicinity are invited to call at Mrs. Steele's Millinery Opening, Thursday and Friday afternoons. Death of Betsy Ryan. Mrs. Betsy Ryan died yery suddenly Tuesday night at her home in the southwest part of the city. She bad been in her usual health and was up town on Tuesday. She awakened up in the night coughing followed by a hemorage of tbe lungs, and passed away a few minutes later. She leaves a hushand, William Ryan. She was bora ia Wapello, July 30, 1850, and was past 60 yews of age. Funeral services were beld from the home at 8 o'clock: this morning, conducted by Rer. C. C. Davis, and interment made in Last Chance cemetery. Dr. J. A. MeKlveen returned home Tuesday night from Denver, Colorado, where be bad beea attending a meet-tag of the Bail Road surgeons. The meeting was healdin tbe Brown Palace, shout two hundred sw-geoas being in attendance. Dr. Robb from Russell, Dr. T. P. Stanton of Cbariton, and Pr*. Ewhbaugh and wife, C. B. Powell and wife of Aibia, and Dr. M. F. Biordio aod wife of Melrose, wen among tbose in s^endanee. Hes^ld they wore troued to auto excursk»i and other feature« of entertainment while in the dty. He took to rs= or» to lioaUer eariy stm aMrnfoK, sad beard Rev. - Fred Palmer deHyer his Sunday moraing sennoo at tbe BnAist ehitreb In tbat EOur Cloak and SuitDEPARTMEMTwhich is the largest Ready-to-Wear Department in this part of the State is rap idly filling up with New Goods for Fall and Winter. fi ^h \v> mi-Ladies' Suits at 10,00, 12,50, 15.00, 18.50, 20.00, 22.50 and $25.00Ladies' Fancy Mixed Coats at 10.00 to $20Ladies'Fitted Black Coats at 15.00, 18.50, 20.00 and 22.50Ladies' Silk Fain Coats at 5.00, 8,50, 10.00 and 12.50Ladies' Covert Jackets at 5.00 and 8.50Ladies' Voile Skirts, Beauties at 10.00, 8.50 and 6.50 Missess'Fine Panama Skirts at 3.00 and 3.50 each Ladies Silk Petticoats at 3.50/ 4.00, 5.00 and 6.50 Ladies' Long Kimonas, beautiful patterns at 95c, 1.48, and 1.98 Ladies' Wrappers and One-Piece Dresses at 95c, 1.25 and 1.50 Ladies' Sweater Coats—a wonderful showing of stytes at 2.50, 2.95, 3.50, 4.00 and 5.00Come in and See the Newest Ready-to-Wear Goods in The Youi» People's Society presents George M. Ritchie in his unique entertainment of fun and food, grave' and gay, recreation and education, at the Christian Church, Tuesday evening. Admission 25 cents, children 10 cents Mrs. Varne Spiker and Mrs. Verne Clark left Wednesday evening for Ottumwa, and will join-their husbands aod 'make their homes. Mr. Spiker and Mr. Clark are employed in tbe street car service in that city. Mrs. WalterSehresi»ar *4io recently underwent a snrpcsl iciper&iioD Id Chicago, IS implOTisgr sic wit and it will probably be tweer ato-se weeks before she will be uililc to return home.ThreelBeauties for Fall and ............. . ... . rs**e*i. ... We are prejmmi to showyou the B^strJiall and Winter ___-=Cír' v.••■•<: -i1; •e**- G un ;