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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 December 1915

NAME SUCCESSOR TO BOOKER T. Good morning. Christmas gift! A' Merry Christmas to you! Tho Sun (or one dollar 'for If ordered now. mo, ,Mrs. .Wm, Hubbel, 'avenue, Is seriously 'monla. ' 1 2630 . Highland ill Vrtth pnou- (.,Send the Sun to your' relatives out l.11,. ..t..1 1 - J. dolar is on. ' V Mrs. M. P. Bell and Mr. Chas. Car lyle were' married last Monday night at 1414 Lydla avenue. Mrs. Mollie Trowser, one of the , stewardesses of Allen Chapel, is re .ported ill of pneumonia. Mrs. Franklo Miles has gone to Salt -Lake City, Utah, to Join her husband for an indefinite period. Mrs. Ida C. Qladney is visiting' in Chicago, the guest of her Bister, Mrs. J. S. Johnson, and Mr. Johnson. Mrs. Hannie Monroe tit Sedalla, Mo., its .visiting her cousin, Mrs. Martha Freeland, at 2114 Woodland avenue. FOR RENT Four rooms, furnished or unfurnished modern; first floor. Iai2 East 12th street. Apply to Mrs. B. F. Wilson'. Mrs Sarah Jackson, 824 East 24th street, wishes to thank her many friends for...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 December 1915

i 5 11 Held for Ransom By Augustus Goodrich Shcrwln I .(Copyright, 1915. by W. G. Chapman.) i "I Bhall never see your faco again!" I cried pretty but willful Nina Wilder I Istormlly. "AH right," was the cool rejoinder of her fiance, Walter Bross "you'll 'bo sorry!" "IT never!" declared the wrought up young lady, her quivering tones (betraying the necessity of emphasis Ingalnst the dictates of her real soul, r'l shall go away from you as far as (I can clear around the world, but I'll J lorget you!" "Then I'll go, too!" Waltor assured licr. "I shall take the opposite direction, it you do!" Insisted Nina, and then fi.Bhe rushed from tho room and up the , stairs, and throwing herself on a ,-couch in her own apartment burst Into a violent fit of hysterics. -, It was a foolish quarrel, for never were two beings more felicitously i. adapted to make life bright and happy 'together than they. Nina was an or phan living with a widowed aunt and j possessed of a very liberal Income j from the e...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 December 1915

iNiromoNAL SUMSOKE Lessor (By D. O. BE1.1.EU3, Acting Director of the Sunday School Course ot the Moody Bible Institute or Chicago.) (Copyright, ISIS. Wntirn Newipapr Union.) M-1EI1 MJJB i LESSON FOR DECEMBER 26 JEHOVAH'S GRACIOUS PROMISES TO ISRAEL (REVIEW). liESSON TEXT-lfosea 14. GOLDEN TEXT-Jehovah la merciful Und gracious, alow to anger, and abundant In loving kli'dness.-Psa. 103:8 It. V, The burden of punishment descend ed upon Israel, not because of the vindictive character of 'Jehovah, but because ot the persistent pursuit ot Bin on the part ot the nation. The lessons of tho past quarter ex tend from the latter days of Elijah, about 000 B. C, to the fall and cap Hvlty of Israel (the -northern king dom) D. C. 722 (Dcecher), a period ot 180 years. Some contend that the. les son for November 14, Daniel at the Kings Court, is chronologically the last and ought to have been put at the end of the series. During the past quarter wo have studied about six kings, Ahab, Joash, Nebucha...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 December 1915

THE HANDY COLORED STORE 2409 VINE STREET Agent's Furnishing Goods and Notions Mail Orders Promptly Delivered OUR HAIR GOODS DEPT. Transformations, Bangs, Stem Braids, Pompadours and Switches. Poro Hair and Scalp Treatment MAGGIE BROOKS With the , Taylor Holmes Company Help Make Oup Store Your Store, Our Customers Your Friends. OUR HARDWARE DEPT. Enamelware, Pocket Knives Fire Shovels, Iron Handles, Padlocks, Coal Hods, Stove Pipe, Elbows, Nails, Curtain Rods, Hinges and Hasps, Bolts, Screws, etc., Window Shades, Fitures, Moulding, Hooks, Brass Cup Hooks, Mouse and Rat Traps. Help Make Our Store Your Store, 0 Our Customers Your Friends. Jewelry for Lady and Gent; Latest uptodate Novelties, Alarm Clocks, Watches MEN'S ARTICLES. LADIES ARTICLES. OVERALLS, SUSPENDERS, LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE, FANCY SHIRTS, WORK SHIRTS, LADIES' OUT SIZE HOSE RIBBED UNION SUITS, LISLE H0SE' LIEN'S SWEATERS, MEN'S LISLE HOSE FLEECED LINED SHIRTS and DRAWERS MEN'S WHITE FELT HOSE PAD GARTERS MEN'S MIXED WORK...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

111,. ... cCttti Say, have yoa a furnished or as funmlied" room for rest? Adver titc it ia Tbe Sun and let it be bringing yea ia something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME Till. NUMBER 18. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1911$. 42441 PRICE, 5c. gbe Sun TOsbes Ell Its jfrtends and Subscribers a tbappy Hew )ear 4. Fifty Years of Masonry By Joe E. Hcrrlford, P. M. N , CHAPTEIl 14, In 1887 the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge convened in Omaha, as per ap pointment, and n large delegation was present. Many of theliermanent mem bers of the body had. grown to look upon this meeting as an annual vaca tion from their various labors and the prospect of a visit to the beautiful Nebraska metropolis offered an excep tional attraction, Looking over the list of Grand offi cers wo note the absence of Grand Treasurer Bruce, who for many years had been custodian of the Grand Lodge funds. His place was filled by Dr. J. C. C. Owens t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

4 St. Stephen Baptist Church Home Phone East 408Z CALL US UP (At Eighteenth & Paseo) Bell Phone East 1814 "PORO" The Password OLD-FASHIONED SOUTHERN Revival Meeting SING, PRAY, AND SHOUT Toilet Arti (Prescriptions filled accurately and promptly by Graduate Registered Pharmacists. ONE LIKE OUR FORE-PARENTS ENJOYED IN DAYS OF OLD BEFORE STYLE AND PRIDE WERE EVER KNOWN. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS GREAT MEETING. Anything in Drug Line Peoples Drug Store Everything or the Toilet STOP AND CONSIDER THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR OWN SOUL. cles Delivered WSMll FOR DANDRUFF.FALLING HAIR, ITCHING ) K( Wkh SCALPlGIVIHG LIFE.BEAUTY.COLOR Jfltfl AND ABUNDANT GROWTH J4.Vjjj jW Of aU Good Hair Dressers 3100 Pine St., Dept. G.St. Louis, tyo. Laing's New Patent Incline Straight ening Comb Just Out. CROSS SECTION OF COMB K&S I U I THE KING OP ALL STRAIGHTKNERS 54-inch wide, 9-inches long, guaranteed or money refunded. Retail S1.00 EACH These Combs are Sold in Wholesale and Job Lots. The hair is immedia...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

Boll Phone E. 4394Y 1 Office 2460 Wald You Should Use Madam P. M. Dabney's XXTH CENTURY HAIR PREPARATIONS And Have Good Hair THE Modern Builders A. E. ESJTES, President Genera! Contracting Repairing a Specialty TESTIMONIAL "With tho uso of Madam P. M. Dnbney's XXth Century Hair Prep arations my hair has grown four Inches In six months. I would not be without them." Mrs. Henderson, 1721 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century, Pressing Oil Mmo. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Shampoo Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower pro- motes a beautiful growth of hair, stops falling out and breaking of hair, removes dandruff and relievos Itching of scalp. It will mako YOUR hair grow. For woman, man or child. PRICE 50c. PER JAR Mme. P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Grower Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Pressing OH Is an Ideal hair dressing, having properties which protect tho hair from wind, weath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

.by. 4000 e. Ran. uid Vlr- inford and ist Church, JBent street. EDITc LS. To all Its readers, to all who will soon become Its readers, even to those whose lack of race Interest prevents their becoming its readers, the Sun extends its best wishes for the New Year. School reconvenes next Monday, Parents should return their children promptly the first day and see to it that they buckle down to their best efforts for the remainder of the year. Many of the churches will begin re vivals during the first week of the New Yoar. Those members who have strayed away under the allurements of the gay holiday season will And the door open for their return. To those of our people who contem plate entering the New Year in the wine rooms and buffet flats we would suggest that the home fireside with mother, father or the children would be far more sensible as well as eco nomical, morally and financially. The midwinter heartaches caused by the dropping of political heads at the County Courts again teac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

i 1 . . i ,. .i , - " r L. ; Good morning. Order the Sun now. Bell phone East 099. Tho Sun for one dollar for 1D1C, If ordered now. ' Miss Mable Vaughan Is visiting her parents at Quindaro, Kas. Mr. BenJ. Moten has gone to Omaha , 11 for an Indefinite stay. Betty and Sam say como to the Sun office today open house. Don't forget the Sun keeps open house today and all are welcome. Mrs. Henry Compton, who has been quite 111 lately, is able to be out again. Mr. David Crosthwalt of .Marshall town, Is visiting his parents and brother. Tho great revival begins at Allen Chapel tomorrow. Rev. S. L. Howard, evangelist. Send the Sun to your relatives out of town while our special rate of one dolar is on. Mrs. C. H. Calloway, wife of our well known attorney, has been quite ill during the week. Mrs. W. H. Hubbel of 2630 Highland, who has been 111 of pneumonia, is much improved. CUT THIS BLANK OUT, FILL IT IN AND MAIL OR SEND TO OUR OFFICE. KCHeBSIBISaBEtieBeKaiEaZSESB6B9EKeHeB8ieXlICEB $1.00 Spe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

MMONAL SDNMTSmOOL Lesson .By E. O. SEL1.EHS, Acting Director ot, the Sunday School Course of the Mooayl uiDie msuiuio ot uutwv , (Copyright, 1915, Weittro Newippr Union.) MEM MIS resolutions, an to keep ip3 why New ire so often do not wait for days to amend ry out their re Goethe's dictum: minute, .enlus, power and It." large army of poo Vear before effecting are seldom success Intentions. They are of energy and resolu levement. It may be i make good resolutions, ot carried out, than not Thlc Is open to question, Is absolutely ' determined creed, It is perhaps on the make promises to oneself, ontlnually repeated, tend to :t, and to reduce one's faith resolutions put Into practice rength and self-confidence, to overbalance the resolutions rson. in fact, many people wel e to exonerate them from the their resolves. One individual us say, never to lose his temper, n on New Year's morning with n hie face. Alas! it Is short-lived, orld seems In conspiracy" to drag his former frame of mind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

The Danger Point By GEORGE MUNSON (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) When Eileen Roberts reached the ago of thirty-five sho resigned herself gra'cofully to the prospects of spinster hood. She ceased to struggle against a tendoncy to adiposity, and settled down to tho expectations of a perma nent position In the Arm of Wakefield and Gray, exporters. In an offlce filled with smart youths and giggling girls. Miss Roberts ought to have held a higher position than that of a clerk. But she had never had the money to study stenography when she was a girl, antj afterward she had her sick mother to care for, a task which absorbed the whole of her ten dollars a week. Simple-minded, she was tho butt of tho younger and more thoughtless element. When a young clerk passes a worn Jan with tho flippant remark, "Say, Eileen, I'll got you a beau before long trust me," he needs a man of ma- turo age to take htm across bis knee ,and thraBh tho "lclousness out of htm. At least, that's my opinion. Poor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 January 1916

-v THE HANDY COLORED STORE 2409 VINE STREET andGENT's Fiiraishing Goods and Notions Mall Orders Promptly Delivered OUR HAIR GOODS DEPT. IjMgF8553 , -!r OUR HARDWARE DEPT. Transformations, Bangs, Stem HBK5-- Enamclware, Pocket Knives Braids, Pompadours WjKHsKt2$iB. Fire Shovcls' Iron Handles, and Switches. r SBfM I PadIook3 Coal Hods stovo Poro Hair and Scalp Treatment fKll p'Pe Elbows, Nails, Curtain by kSHHHuHEg Rods, Hinges and Hasps, Bolts, MRS. MAGGIE BROOKS BB"I Screws, etc., Window Shades, With the kWjeW'L I i Fitures, Moulding, Hooks, Taylor Holmes Company HbSSM RT UP Hoolcs' Mousc and HeoPuMco0mU;rsSYurYF0TenSdtS0re' 1 HeJf Mk Your Store, Our Customers Your Friends. i 1 our Customers Your Friends. Jewelry for Lady and Gent; Latest uptodate Novelties, Alarm Clocks, Watches MEN'S ARTICLES. OVERALLS, SUSPENDERS, FANCY SHIRTS, WORK SHIRTS, RIBBED UNION SUITS, MEN'S SWEATERS, FLEECED LINED SHIRTS and DRAWERS PAD GARTERS GLOVES. Ladles' Cashfaere Gloves, Ladles' Silk Gloves. Men's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

3fp ir JL Sjr, have yon a fnraithtd or un furnished room for rent? Adver tit it in The Sun and let it be bringing yon in something. V We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. PItlCE, 5c. Spectacular Musical-Camp Fire Girls-Jan. 14, 2d Baptist Church I Vftr.lTMl? V1TT VTTMTIWW 1 k ir l Vli ci lTrmr nt tcidtttt nimirnnur . . . ' T ViJUJUJU T jljlj.. HUHUJUil JIU. tilll. ilUSOUUIU. RATI II IAV. . Al AKV S llllt - S 1 - Aa.AV.Jh V A. 1 JL ' - a. - "ft IT CAN BE DONE. .Somebody said that It couldn't be done, But he, with achucklc, replied Tiiat "maybe It couldn't," but he would be one Who wouldn't say bo till he'd tried, So lie buckled right In, with the trace of a grin On his face. If he worled, he hid It He started to sing as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done, and he did It, Somebody scoffed: "0hv you'll never do that; S At least no one.ver has done It." But he took oft'lils coat and he took of his Jidt. And thefirst thing wo knew...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

PERILOUS WORK IN THE TYROL HIS LIFE EXCITING HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS AND GIRLS By Tuskegee Institute was developed by Dooker T. Washington, and It Is tit ting that the trustees ot the Institu tion should seek to perpetuate his name. Their idea lc to solicit a $2, 000,000 endowment, to be known as the "Washington memorial." Almost one quarter of this amount has alroady been subscribed, a part, however, con tingent on other contributions. The Trustees look to Negroes for at least $250,000. This Is not a large sum to ask from the colored race. Inasmuch as Tuskegeo typifies the best that Is being done for them. In Indianapolis there are enough prosperous Negroes to provide no small portion of the minimum expected. When Doctor Washington took charge of Tuskegee it owned nothing. Classes were housed in shanties, and the future held out no great hopes. The perseverance with which he kept at his work, his remarkable ability and his sterling character attracted the necessary support. Today Tus k...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

msniNCTpN CITY Washington Matrons Feel Lack of Eligible Men WASHINGTON. Ab tho debutnnto days roll around the conditions and attractions for young girls in Washington como uppermost in tho minds of tho chaperons and entertainers. Thoy are not of tho most enticing tho conditions and attractions. The scar their professions or to learn a business and then pursue It. The consequence Is that the girls aro loft here, to mlnglo with what is loft, which' Is not always the best possible. It is not an uncommon thing at all for a hostess, who is launching a debutante on tho social wave, to ask despairingly of her friends, even thoso who are not "in society," "Do you know somo young men for-me to cultivate, to ask to my parties this year?" So completely aro girls "out of things" socially here. If they aro not for mally presented by their parents, that It Is almost a necessity for them to go through with the formality of a debut tea or dance. This has, at last, come to be recognized, even by the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

IHEKANSASCITYSUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be ad dr sated to The Kansas City Bun, 1803 East 18th Bell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August IX, 1908, at the postofMce at Kansas City, mu., unaer ma act oi iuarcn 3, IB is. Kelson C. Crews Editor and Owner JWllla B. Glenn..... Oenerat Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear 11.60 Klx Months 75 'fares Months .50 ADVERTISING RATE, INCH. BO CENTS 1ER CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 2Uh and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 601 Char lotte St Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebeneier A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's F. E. Church, 11th and Troost. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and Woodland. olye Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. Bt JrUn's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle flew Seventh Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

Good morning. Order the Sun now. Dell phono East 999. The Sun for one dollar for 191C, It ordered now. Mrs. H. D. Neal of Denver ts visit lng her mollier, Mrs. Charles Green, this city. Miss Helen Forbes of Topeka, Kas., has returned home after a visit with JIlss Helen Drown. Mrs. W. H. Hubbel, who has been ill with pneumonia, is convalescing and able to be about the house. Mrs. Dcnjamln Martin, 2008 Dalos avenue, has been seriously ill with pneumonia but Is now Improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Oliver, 2435 Flora avenue, left "for Morgantown, W. Va., and will stop enrouto at St. Louis, Mo. Miss Ruby Mosely was married to Mr. Hcuben Anderson of Carrolton, Mo., last Thursday, December 30, by Rev. W. C. Williams. Mr, Richard Gaines, Mr. Chas. N. Jackson of Chicago and Mr. W. H. Wahstngton of Topeka, Kas., motored down from Santa Darbara to Los An geles Christmas day and returned Sun day, making a trip of 21G miles. The boys report having a delightful trip over the mountains and enjoying t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

HELPING A FRIEND By CHARLES TURNER ROSS. "What a charming man," said Miss Ada Rankin. Her practical fathor noticed her flushed checks and shining eyes criti cally. Then ho propounded: "How long will he last?" Ada shivered. She had not thought ot that. She and her father had been Interested (or years In mission work over In the poor section of Ironton. Phllanthroplcally Inclined, Mr. Rankin and somo othor charitably Inclined men of wealth In tha rich section of the town had financed the movement and Ada and her girl Irlends had done a good deal of missionary work to help along. Three ministers In turn had essayed to "reform the humble and erring." They had failed signally. One re malned only a month, his fastidious ness taking alarm a- the constant prox imity of rags and dirt. A second cs sayed to quiet a riot on the rear benches and was unmercifully bela bored. The latest Incumbent had an tagonlzed "the scoffers." who were de nominated as "lost souls." and they had forthwith forbidd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

HI I 2 Amid War's Alarms By MABEL WORTIIINGTON 1 IK i (Copyright, 1915, by W. G. Chapman.) A bomb burst fifty (cet away from the street. A woman screamed and even a municipal officer lost his bead and dashed helter-skelter from the spot. A young man, well dressed, composed, rather Interested than aroused, tit a fresh cigarette and viewed the scampering residents, a slightly amused expression upon his handsome face. A new philosophy had been born In him during recent critical hours. Ho was one of many refugees driven to the little Belgian town, at first a seem' lng sanctuary from wnr'B alarms, but now practically-Invested by the enemy, In one direction It was open country, but thero was sa desolate waste to cross scarcely having roads before a railroad was to bo reached. That leav ing the town was torn up for ten miles and blockaded beyond. Driven closer and closer to the bor der, some fifty tourists had been finally grouped at the little town. T,bey had rapidly separated In' various...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 8 January 1916

1 m TROY, KANSAS. Sirs. Dora Lee and daughter, Mrs. Ola Thomas, have been the guests ot Mrs. Florence Hughes and Mrs. Myrtle Smith of St. Joseph, Mo., the past few days.... Mrs. Myrtle Smith of St. Joseph, Mo., visited Mrs. Ola Thomas Friday Mr. Forest Ward left Mon day for Salt Lake City, Utah.... Mrs. Nello Evelyn Howard was granted a dlvorco from Mr. Charles O. Howard in the district court this January term and restored to her halden name, Nello Evelyn Schumacho. . ..Mrs. Ada Iltrch and children of St. Joseph, Mo., spent Sunday with her parents here.. ..Mrs. Ophelia Snoddy visited in St. Joseph. ....Quite a number of Elwood people attended court hero this week.... Mrs. Dllcey Suggs of Hiawatha was in Troy Tuesday.... Mr. Stanley Snoddy visit ed in St. Joseph tho past week.... Miss Hosa Snoddy entertained the Mite Missionary Society at the home ot her parents Tuesday afternoon. A dainty menu was served after the general routine of business. .. .Mr, Julius liutcher is taking a cour...

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