Dan and Flora (Balius) infant obit
Mr. Etna days at and and CROMWELL. Mrs; Prances Johnston left last week for a visit with relatives at Charlton and Iowa City. Jule Kurzhal and Vem Melville are loading their household goods .today (Monday) to ship to Harden, Mont., where they have purchased farms. Lr. IT. Harrison made a business trip to Corning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Altle Skelton spent Saturday night with the former's mother north of town. John Hogencamp- returned home re- non City, was 'buried in the Maple Hill cemetery in Cromwell last Tuesday Tuesday afternoon. The baby was one a pair of twins and the other one not expected to live. The Morelands were former residents of Cromwell. Mrs. iMoreland was formerly Flora Bailus of this place. Patrick Curtis died very suddenly Monday evening, 'February 11, at 8:30, at hU home In Adams county, near | Nevinvllle. He waa in hia usual heaUh ^ left hia nwwe at 4 to do his evening work and was in an unconscious condition by bis niece, (Miss 'Dalton. He was taken cently from a visit with relatives at I to tne house add medical aid was ATbia. Gordon GIbhons returned home last week from a tew weeks visit in Indi- Monday Mrs. Montana. relatives the of up. Chas. little of sick The her he never regained eon- Mr. Curtis was born ana. 'Will Babbitt, Will Ours and Elmer Kinkade made a ^business trip to Corning Corning last Tuesday. 'Miss Daisy Hogenkamp is having the measles. (Robert Colbert Jr. came home last Wednesday from Des Molnes, where he is attending the C. C. C. college. He has been having the mumps and so came home for a few days. (Robert Reasland Is having the mumps. IMrs. W. S. Lyons, from Corning, came ;Saturday to help care for her sister, sister, Mrs. G. Hicks, who has been having having the measles. Hary Hicks had the measles first at the home of his- parents. parents. Mrs. Harry Hicks has Been helping care for the alck, but waa taken 111 and went to her parents north of town. ' Mrs. Ernest 'Willis is quite ill with the measles. Mrs. 'A. It. Reasland Is helping care for Mrs. Willis. Rev. and Mrs. -R. A. Grigsby left on Monday for a few days visit with relatives relatives at Madrid. 'Rev. Mr. Grigsby expects to perform a marriage ceremony ceremony while be Is away. Mrs. George Wilcox is having the measles. Fred Hood, who lives near Shannon City, has rented -a. farm near Creston and -will move in the spring. His father, "Frank Hood, will move onto the farm which Fred vacates, near Shannon City, which Mr. Hood Sr. owns. [Mrs. 'Stalker returned home Saturday Saturday from her son's, 'Henry's, in the country, where she 'has toeen lor the past week helping care for the family as they have all toeon having measles. Her grandson, Delmar Carter, stayed with uncle, 'Charlie Stalker, south of town, while his away from home, with 'Mrs. A. W. Mateer grandmother was away. | moned, tout sciousnets. Ireland and came to this country 12 years of age. He Is survived by three brothers and one sister and nieces. The funeral services were held Thursday at 11 o'clock a. m. Immaculate Conception church In Creston, being conducted by Rev. H. V. Malone. Interment was made in Calvary cemtery In Creston. Several from this vicinity attended the A daughter arrived at the home Mr. and Mrs. George Gravitt one recently. Mrs. M. B. Pfelffer, of Creston, 'received word recently that her son, Fred, who Is at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, was ill with spinal meningitis. sister, Miss 'Luclle, a nurse Creston, went to Houston to care him and reports that he is getting better. The Pfelffera were former residents residents of Cromwell. Mr. and Mrs. George McLaughlin spent a couple of days the fore last week with relatives ia Des Moines; A Hint to the Aged. If people past sixty years of age could be persu : aded to go to bed as soon as they take cold and remain hed for one or two days, they recover much more quickly, especially If they take Chamherlaln'a Cough Remedy. There would also he leas danger of the cold behig followed any of the more serious Potter Drug Co. diseases. Â·drt. grandmother was Ixis Carter stayed while her week. Geo. This Mrs. be Villisca call Council visit Omaha returning and Mr. dinner and in and to her of from losing pleased dreaded to cure In Catarrh Mucous Surfaces the n a t j e n t and work. The pro- they y case that testimonials. Mrs. James Williams, of Aurora, arrived Wednesday lats for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Willams, ents of her husband Sen was accompanied by her daughter, Ebal. It is almost the first of March and there will be a good deal of moving around here. George McLean will move near Prescott. Scott Campbell will' move onto the farm which Mr. McLean vacates. L. O. Corey, from Creston, will move onto his home farm west of town. John Showers has purchased property near Prescott and will move onto it. Oh! by the way! Charlie Johnston's have twins; that is twin calves. Charlie believes in increasing in s.tock. Miss Mary Hilton, of Creston, spent Sunday at the home of her grandfather, grandfather, W. H. Howell. Rev. Owen Thomas went to Des- Moines 'Saturday afternoon to attend a meeting of the Welsh ministers, which was held on Sunday. Rev. Mr. Thomas had a part on the progam. He returned home Monday noon. ; Rev. R. IA. Grigsby, pastor of the Methodist church held a union service in the Congregational church In the absence of Rev. Mr. Thomas last Sunday. Sunday. In the evening (Rev. Mr. Grigsby preached in the Methodist church in a union service. The junior Epworth League will Simple Wash Removes Rings Under Corning people will he surprised how quickly pure Lavoptik eye relieves bloodshot eyes and dark rings. One young man who had trouble and very unsightly dark was relieved by ONE WASH with Lavoptik. His sister also removed bad eye strain in three days. A bottle Lavoptik is guaranteed to : benefit benefit (EVERY CASE weak, strained inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup FREE. 'Shinn's Drug Store. "'Â»Â«Â· give a program next Sunday evening In the (Methodist church at the hour of the evening service. D. W. Turner, of Corning, will be present and give an address. Word has been received here that '.Mrs. iS. Sherwood is very 111 at the home of her son, Jule, in Prescott. Her daughter, Mrs. Peters, from Minnesota, Minnesota, Is helping care for her. The Sherwoods were former residents of Cromwell Mrs. Owen Thomas spent Wednesday Wednesday afternoon t Red Oak. She visited a sick uncle. Â·A nine days old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moreland, from near Shan- Here is your opportusiity to injure against embarrauing errors in spelling, pronunciation and poor choice of words. 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