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Chariton Leader (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Chariton, Iowa LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.The Local News of Chariton and Vicinity Briefly Told. M,s W. E Hanks went to Osceola, Friday, to visit her sister-in-law, who s seriously ii'l. Lee lidsrington returned home Saturday from a visit with relatives in Eldora Mrs .1 D Beaman returned home Friday fr°m Indianoia, where she had been visiting relatives and attending the W:irn-ri county fair. Mrs H Lutz, of Burlington, came i'Vul >y to visit tier sister, Mrs. J. B. lioiniuan, nod other relatives. Dr. T. P.. Stanion returned home, Monday iiisfht, from Denver, Colorado, where lie had been attending the meeting of railway surgeons. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. 12 church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. A' L. Leonard, in northeasi Chariton. Lunch will be served. Mi's Li-nninpfce,' of Des Moines, was a guest uf her niece, Mrs. George Oar punier, the first of the week, enroute home from Allerton. Des MoiDes. a short visit Mrs. Arthur Dalin, of came down, Monday, for with friends. Clement McCollflugh went to Ottura-wa, Monday evening, to meet his wife who was returning from a visit with her parents in Geneseo, Illinois Lost glasses a pair of violet colored eye Reward for return. Edith Brant. Jack Loeb, of Albia, spent Sunday at the homes of Eli and Simon Oppen-heimer. Mrs. Helen Bryan Young and two children, of St. Joseph, Mo., are guests of Miss Maude Lyman, and other friends in this city. The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet Wednesday Afternoon with Mrs. VV. L. Clapp. Lunch will be served by Mrs. Clapp and Mrs. Pedrick. At the recent conference A. W. Armstrong was appointed to the work at Norwolk and W. H. Larrick remains another year at Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Will Penick and Mrs. John Knslow spent Sunday with relatives in Derby. Mrs Monte Norman,'of Galesburg, came Sunday night to visit relatives a few days. Mrs. W. S. Childsand two children, of Ottumwa, came up Friday for an over Sunday visit with her parents, Samuel McKlveen and wife, aiid other relatives. J, W. Reese weht to Woodburn, Friday, to look after his farm interests near there and visit relatives. Hugh Courter left Friday for Lincoln, Nebraska, to yisitshls sister, Mrs. Tessie Burtman, a few days before going to Council Blulfev to resume his studies In the State school." Mrs. Mayme Robinson of Red Oak, came Friday to visit a short time with Miss Florence Maple and other friends, enroute home from Ottumwa. Miss Nora Logston went to Derby Friday, for an over Sunday visit with friends and attend old settlers meeting. Mrs. Frank Ault of Humeston, came Friday to apefid a few days with Mrs. L. W. Moffett. Mrs. W. S. Thorpe arid daughter Daisy came in from Lincoln, Nebraska, Thursday evening, for a short visit POWDER Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum, No Lime Phosphate for the Miss Margaret Gay left Friday, Chicago, to resume her studies in Deaconess training school. Miss Merle Micthell of Washington township, went to Creston, Saturday to visit her brother, John Mitchell. Mrs. J. B. Timmons returned to her home in Ottumwa, Saturday, from a visit in Chariton with hor parents, Eiric Peterson and wife. Mrs. G. A. Shields spent the day Saturday in Murray with Mrs. Hoi comb. She was accompanied by Mrs E. H. Shields of Dudley, and her daughter, Mrs E E Sams of Oklahoma, who are guests at the Shields home. Mrs. N. J. Dunn of Corydon, came Saturday to visit her daughter, Mrs. S. S. Willoughby, and other relatives. Clell M. Collier of Osceola, returned home Friday, from a visit in Chariton with Dr. J. A. Bown and family, and J. P. Hardin, and family. T. J. Anderson and wife, of Osceola, were over Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Hardin, and family- B. F. Eaton and wife, of Garden Grove, came Saturday for a visit with his brother, Willis Eaton, and wife. Mrs. David Nelson, of Ottumwa, who had been visiting Mrs. Carl Swanson, returned home Monday. Frank Holmes and wife, of Hiteman, came Saturday for a few days' visit' with his father, W. S. Holmes, and other relatives. Mrs. Maude Cloe and Mrs. Roy Stroud are enjoying a visit from their cousins, Misses Lelah Robinson, of Pueblo, Colo., and Miss Jessie Boyer, of Lovilia, and Mrs. Maude Peateman, of Centeryille, Iowa. Miss Elsie L'ovell, of LaKanto, came Monday to visit her cousin, Mrs. J. A. Whitcomb and other relatives and friends. Miss Marea Boynton left Monday for Indianoia to take a course of study in primary training at Simpson College. Her sister, Helen, accompanied her to assist in getting her located. Miss Anna Wilkie, of Melrose, who had been visiting her aunts, Mrs James Lyons and Miss Ella Smith, re turned home Monday. Mrs. Willis Young has been enjoying a visit from her brother, J. C. Mc- with relatives and look after business \ Gee, of Crosby, Missouri, who return They have just recently moved to Lin- ' ed home Friday.,.. coin. K. D. Dorn of Des Moines, who ' had been visiting his son A. E. Uorn and family, returned home Thursday- ovon-lng. Mrs. Ora Eiistis is taking her vacation from the Fair store and left Monday morning for a visit with friends in Kansas City, and Excelsior Springs. Mrs George.Williby went to Tingley, Monday, to visit a few days with relatives. Mrs. T. H. Dick, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, who bad been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jane Branner, and other relatives, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. McCoy returned to her home in Humeston, Friday, from a visit with friends in this city. Mrs. Kenoyer and Miss Lizzie Hyde, who had been visiting at the Joseph Trimble home, returned home Friday. Will Mauk, wife, and children of Rock Springs, Wyoming, arrived Friday, to visit her parents, W. F. Graham and wife and other relatves and friends in this vicinity, where they formerly residad. L. Baker departed Tuesday for an extended visit with his daughter in St. Joseph, Missouri, and may spend the winter with-relatives in Kansas. Home-Coming Fair IOWA Wed. and Thür., Sept. 21-22 Under the Auspices of the Progressive and Civic League Grandest Event Ever Held in West End of the County Ottumwa Band will furnish Music for the Occasion The Street Parade will consist of the Band, Horseback Riders, Citizens. Floats, Societies, and all Stock Entered for Exhibition. A Representative of the Agricultural College at Ames will deliver ah Appropriate Address on Wednesday P. M. HON, N. E. KENDALL, HON. L. T. RICHMOND, of Albia, and.HON D. W. HAMILTON, of Sigourney, will - address the Assemblage on Thursday. GRAND:BÄLL AT OPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY EVENING LADIES DEPARTMENT: President President Mrs. D. J. Martin, Mrs. R. F. Hannam, Mrs. Wm. Wallace, .MissRose Ward,- Mesdames J. T, Dean, Ctaas Wheelan.W. W. O'Bryan, W. F, McGrath, Miss Mullin, Theresa Malone. ........... Methodist Conference Assig-ments. (Chariton District) SupfjriuLendent—A. A. Thompson. Allerton—Lewis lllpley. Ben I on—To be supplied. Bethlehem —Supplied by L. L. Nich-as. BlockLon—David J. Shenton. Cambria—Fred A. Mead. Chariton —W, G. ITohanshelt. Columbia-R. ,7. Tennant. Corvdon —A K Slothowpr. Dallas—W. B. Cox. Davis City—To he supplied. Decatur—Supplied liv.I. G. Vannatta. Derby—Martin H. Iieast. Diagonal—Charles M Klmondson. Kllston—J A. E. Cmiriintiliaiii. Garden Groye-(J. E Bennett. Gruiid River-(' Inrles Knoll. Gosport—To be supplied, llumesion - (). T. Roberts. Jamison Supplied b> Tt W.Meeker. Knl lei loo—Cyrn-i K Harvey. L'icona- FYfd S N.evei.sun. Lauioni' —R,iv M. Sbipman. Leon—K. M. HolT. Lincville .To bo supplied. Milo I N. Woodward. Mount, Ayr W. E. 11 aid a way. Murniy —G W. Palmer New Virginia R R Yelland. Oakley-- F !■: I il no-n". . Osceola L li. Uiu-pei t er Promise City—John H'union. Redd in if—To lie suppliti!. Russell-G. W. Wood. Seymour-C. R. Raid. Thayet—To be supplied. Tingley—.1. W. Duling. Van Wert—Supplied by M. T. But-terfield. Weldon—A. 'J'. Maxwell. West Union—Supplied by J. W. Bott. Woodburn—To be supplied. The Most Wonderful Range in the World The Gratitude of Elderly People Goes out to whaLeyer helps give them ease, comfort and strength Foley Kidney 1*11 Is euro kidney and bladder disease promptly, and give comfort and relief to elderly people. J. D. I3eaman. Two Barns Burned. An electrical storm passed over the county Sunday night. A large barn in English township, belonging to Will Smith, on the old Fountain farm was struck and burned to the ground. The building was about ;ilix4S feet, full of hay and a large quantity of oats, perhaps 500 bushels—and other grain etc. The horses were got out of the barn. Also a barn on the Mabery Skidmore farm in Jackson township, was burned. A Mr. Harding occupied the place. He lost a team of horses, hay, wagons, harness, grain, implements, etc. A small insurance was said to have been carried on contents. For Rent. W6ll furnished house; convenient location; furnace, cistern, bath. Inquire of Dk. C. T. Bkant, or of Miss Brant. Charles Ekfelt of Ottumwa, is in a critical condition with cancer. He has consulted specialists in Chicago, Rochester, and other cities, and all pronounce his trouble cancer, and gave him about six weeks time to settle up any business affairs he might want to look after. Mr. Ekfelt formerly resided here and his many Charlton friends regret to hear of his allliction. Miss Helene Smith, of English township, departed Saturday for Rochester, Minnesota, to take treatment at the sanltorium. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Worhman, of White Fish, Montana. Miss Smith has been ill several months and undergone two surgical operations, but seems to be improving, and her friends are hoping to hear of her permanent recovery.Well Boring. I have two well augers and will sink wells any size, and guarantee my work. Address me at Lucas, Iowa. 37-2t Vint Cottrell. Your kidney trouble may be of long standing, it may be either acute or chronic, but whatever it it Foley's Kidney Remedy will aid you to get rid of it quickly and restore your natural health and vigor. "One bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy made me well," said J. Sibbull of Grand View, Wis. Commence taking it now.—J. D. Beaman. _ _ Mrs. Geo. Burnette returned to her home in Keithsburg, 111., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Sloan. Mr. C. E. Burke and son Eddie, of Qlteman, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Evans. John O. Jones, of Lander, Wyo., who has been visiting his mother at Williamsburg, Iowa, made a short visit at the Chaney home the first of the week. Mr. Jones is a brother-in-law of Alfred Chaney. Ralph Brown, son of James Brown, of Lincoln township, left on Monday for Indianoia, where he will attend Simpson collego. This is a moat laudable, ambition, George Parkin, of Derby, left, yesterday, for Eaton, Colorado, where he oes for a couple of weeks visit with >is daughter. Mrs. A. F. Fisher, of Ottumwa, came Monday to visit her parents, Phillip Shelton and wife. Mrs. J. F Hadley, of Whlttler, California, who had been making an extended visit with her parents, Joseph Trimble and wife, and other relatlyes, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Delia Parker and children, of Bussey, returned home Tuesday from a visit la English township at the home of Jamos Smith and family. Mrs. C. F. Miller, who had been visiting relatives in Chariton, returned to her home in Leon, Tuesday. Hugh Montgomery, who Is at the head of a large shoe store in Rochester, Minnesota, came in Monday to visit friends in Chariton, where he formerly resided. Miss Dode Robinson has gone to St. Joseph,' Missouri, for '»• two weeks' \ visit with friends while sue is taking her .vacation, .from Juuoh oovujter. You'll think so, if you take time to look it over. You'll know it after you have had one in your kitchen for a few weeks You'll find this Peer of all Ranges at the store of Dunshee Bros. An expert Range Demonstrator will be here from Sept. 26th to 1st. With each range purchased during the exhibit you will receive FREE a complete set of high grade cooking ware well worth $7.50 Oct. Dee Sutherland, of Manning, came 1 Monday for a few days' visit with Howard Glttinger and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sumner, of Albia, were over Sunday guests of their niece, Mrs. T. E. Schrum and family. Mrs. Nancy Colver, of Creston, came 1 Tuesday, to visit at the W. H. Sellers 1 home, and at the home of her brother I James at Melrose. The Misses Ella and Anna Lundgren ! have returned home from a visit with 1 relatives in Ottumwa and Burlington. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Arvidson, of White-breast township, are enjoying a visit from their daughter, Mr. Clarence Barger, of Creston. J. C. Sincoe went to Lamoni Saturday for a short visit with his son and other relatives and friends. Wilson Kimsey, wife and little son, of Rock Springs, Wyom., came in Friday to visit their son, John, and family, and other relatives and friends, where they formerly resided. Mrs. Mary E. Wood, of Humeston, who had been visiting a few days with Mrs. Andy Noble, returned home Friday. Mr. Will Barnes, of Des Moines, and Mrs. 'Alva Barnes, of Lovilia, spent a day or two the first of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Butcher. Mrs. J. M. Skinner of Hutchinson, Kansas, who had been visiting her sisters. Mrs. Axel -Johnson and Mrs. Will Clapp, departed Monday morning for her home in the Sunflower state. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grater, of Plne-ville, Oregon, who had been visiting in Lincoln township with Mrs. R. N. Nine and family, spent the day Saturday with friends in Lacona. The venerable Dennis Drake of Cedar township, left last week for his annual visit to his son Will and family, in Calhoun county. He will remain in the north until the cold weather cautions him to steéV his barque towards the warm south-land. Mrs. S. S. Arnold returned home from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Monday, where she bad been making an extended, visit with her daughter, Mrs. Crocker. She was accompanied home by her grand-daughter, Miss Jessie Crocker, who will visit a short time with friends in this city. Miss Mary McDougall returned to Monmouth, Illinois, Tuesday to resume her studies in the college there, this being her senior year. Fred Ambelang came over from Illinois, where be Is working with a cement company, and spent Sunday with his wife and children. Walter and Llllle Wood are moving Into rooms on the west side of the square, above Clint Noble,s restaurant Arthur V. Vlckroy and A. T. Duf-field have formed a partnership In thè prpduce business and are buying in the 'room on Grand street, near, the Custer & Jewell feed store. Mr. Duf-field resigned his position with the Prudential Insurance Company. S. L. Morrison departed Tuesday, on a short business , trip' to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and other points west. ' Quy Shlrer, of Chicago, and Mrs, Harvest is Over and Land is on the Move. I have a fine list of Lucas county farms ranging in size from 40 to 280 acres. All sizes, all prices. A few large farms to exchange for smaller ones. 105 acres fairly well improved, 5 miles from town, land all lays good, plenty of fruit, 2 fine wells piped out. Price $75 a. 80 acres good pasture land, 25 acres in meadow, balance brash pasture, well watered and fenced. Price $35 per acre, 80 acres, 6 miles from Chariton, well improved, good buildings, plenty of water. Price $70 per acre, 134 acres, fairly well improved, Price $6,400. 160 acres, 6 miles from town, good orchard, fair improvements, price $65 per acre, 80 acres, 6 miles from Chariton, One of tne finest and most level 80s in Lucas county, close to school, price $105 a. 80 acres, 5 miles west from Chariton, good set small improvements, land rolling but good. Price $67.50 C. E. Noble.Blake Block,CHARITON, IOWA. Someone stated that Dennis Drake, of Cedar township, had gone north again in search of the North pole but such is not the case. His trip is clearly one on pleasure bent and there is no exploration expedition about it. Mrs. H. C. Hancock and daughters, of Washington township, have returned from their visit to J. Homer Hancock and wife at Ballantine, Montana. They were delighted with the trlp.and found many Interesting things in the great west. Mrs. Walter Cro/.ler and children, of Durango, New Mexico, who were visiting the parental home at Fairfield, arrived in Russell, a few days since to visit at the T. S. Crozier home. Rev. Waiter Crozier and family have been located at Durango several years and find the climate and environs quite congenial. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Casteel are rejolciag over an eleven pound boy that Dr. C. L. Brittell brought to their home. Millinery Showing SA TURD A Y, SEPTEMBER, Mrs. J. H. ;