Frank Brooks buried
fiving through town last Sunday even f-l f-l f-l 1 t some- John ad i daughter, ? Stella, started yesterday j for i Kansas City to Bpenu & lew moniUS. ap- Harts-. . P 8.I.oniCro8lng;. j Jell Hubbard is onlhe sick list.: : , Wheat threshing is about at an end. Dr. Smith has irecently located here. A very nice rain fell here last Satur day night j f . ! I! i Will Harber's store room will soon be i ready for use. if .? .i!;'H-;::; .i!;'H-;::; .i!;'H-;::; ;:' !-!..!" !-!..!" !-!..!" Wilford HiU, pf Oakland aty, is at home spending a few days. Joe Houk and wifej spent ' Saturday ana cunaay.witn nis parents at tsetne Amos Rust, of; Cincinnati, spent! a f ew weeks with hip brother at this place. Will Herod, or; : latrock, waa seen The f unei who was day evemnj Baptist chi 1 of Frank Brooks, the man ed at Waldron last iThurs- iThurs- was: preached ; at the h at 10:30 o'clock Sunday by Rev. ! Roads. Burial at iLiberty cemetery, southeast of Clifford. - ' hj-'