The Wentzville Union from Wentzville, Missouri on December 8, 1916 · 7
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The Wentzville Union from Wentzville, Missouri · 7

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U1VXT THE WENTZVILLE UNION, WENTZVILLE, MO. ..i. .iL. ---as MM fa Drug AT THE WENTZVILLE St ore '. -: 'rx ( .-"- lot in. You wilt find all kinds of articles 6? P! such as BRACELETS, GOLD RINGS, NECKLACES, LAVALLIERES, PINS (from 10c to $10) FINE STATIONERY, PERFUMjES,. q and many different things suitable for Xmas Presents. Come in and let us show you. D. B. Van DRUGGIST Huffle Overcoats fASH C LOTH 1 N G SJOHt Overcoats WM. BLUMHOF. Prop. JUST RECEIVED A full line of New Overcoats, which are priced RIGHT For a Quick Sale Also a fine assortment of all other kinds of men's wearing apparel. Remember these goods have just arrived and are right up-to-the-minute in quality and style. ADJOINING COUNTIES (Continued from preceding page) Adolph Rehme of Ellinwood, Kan., and Miss Anna Dieterle of Berber were married Nov. 22. Mrs. Johanna Landwehr, nee Drewel. died Nov. 18. at the home of her son near New Haven. With a poll of five Republican votes to one Democratic vote Gasconade cqnnty may justly claim to be the banner Republican county of the state. I By the accidental discharge of a shot gun in the hands of younger brother, Henry Klack, twelve years old, of near Drain, Franklin county, was instantly killed. Henry Hasps, the Fulton miner, who broke the fifth vertebra in ha iwk in a fall at the coal mine there five weeks ago, is re- covering and will be able to walK in two months, physicians say. There are 10,646 Missourians that pay a tax on their incomes under the United States revenue laws. Of these only one pays on an income of over a million a year; three pay on incomes in excess of $500,000 a year. There are 18 active and perhaps 50 tentative applicants for appointment of supreme court commissioner, which will become vacant January 1, when Judge Fred L. Williams takes his place upon the bench of division No. 2 of the court, lhe position pays $7,500 a year. O. D. Scott, postmaster and merchant at Carrington, Callaway county, was recently struck nn the check when one of his mules, by which he was standing, raided its head suddenly. Mis left cheek bone was broken just beneath the temple, and the in-iurv is serious because of the fact that the man cannot eat un til the fractured bone is raised and knits. Mrs. Chas. Koehler and son of Fnristpll nent FridaV at the . home of Gdk J. Koehkfc .A, B Koehler and Miss Sarah Foristell. John Ruhwedel of St. Louis visited his parents at this place Sunday. Dallas McCov and wife o Wentzville and Beni. Pitts and family spent Sunday with P. O Foristell and family ot here. Vinrie Turoin and friend o St. Louis and, Hugh Ttirpm of St. Charles spent a few days last week with their parents norm of town. Theodore Williams left Mon day to take a course in the high school in Warrenton. Quite a number of hunters from St. Louis spent the week end at the club house north of town. Austin Green soent a few davs last week in St. Louis visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Georee Matthew and Mrs. Fry and son motored to St Charles and back last Wednes dav afternoon. Erwin Elhmann spent Thanks triviner Dav in Foristell. Of course with a particular friend Mrs. Ruth Doss spent severa davs with Moberlv relatives and returned Thankseivinc morning. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Poore who spent the dav here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn and little daughter visited relatives in St. Louis last week. Misses Derna Ricmeier and Reed Musick spent the week-cm with home folks here. Miss Anna Schulz visited hei grandmother south of town last week. fc. m . m. Alevcr, pastor ot tnc Methodist church, was assisted bv Mr Kettlekamn and Mr ?rtiitl7 of Warrenton. Thev pave us a very pood musical pro gram on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Wildschultz and famih of Montgomery City spent a few days last week with her parents at this place. Mrs. P. O. Foristell, daughter and son snrnt Saturday in Wentzville visiting relatives. Tames Simons and wife visited relatives in St. Louis Saturday and Sunday, - vio ' WtA ' SrJwmmrr soent a few kSerGeo Tj. Koehler of thislcost seven or eight thousand . dol.days in St Loois last week with place. jlaxs. relatives. For highest cash price for your furs see J. W. Ruhl. Mrs. W. D. McCoy was a St Louis passenger Tuesday. - Mrs. M. A. Gannawajf was a St. Louis passenger Monday. Harry Thiemann motored to St. Charles last Saturday 1 Miss Elsie Lusby spent Thurs day in St. Louis shopping. Your Xmas Lift problem solved at Presbyterian Bazaar, Dec. 16. Mrs. T. A ."Foster spent Thurs day in St. Louis. For Her. Get it at the Presbv- terian Bazaar. Mr. and Mrk'Geo. H. Freese and little daughter spent Thursday in St. Louis. Mrs. Jno. Willerding and son, Edgar spent Thursday in St. Louis. Chas. Carr soent Thursday in Jonesburg visiting his mother and transacting business. Buv your Sunday cake at Pres byterian Bazaar, Saturday Dec. tfith. Prof. O. R. Forsman spent the latter oart of last week the guest of his brother in St. Louis. Presbyterian Bazaar, 2:30 p. m., Dec. 16, first door west of Fridley Confectionery. Mrs. F. 1. Boone of St. Louis arrived last Friday for an extended visit with her neice, Mrs. Ed. S. Walker. Win, Blnmhof spent Wednes day in St. Louis buying new win ter goods for the Cash Clothing Store. Misses Edna Minor and Bertha Schulz. attending- collecc at Warrenton. spent the Thanks giving holidays with their par ents here. Voters of the Troy school district, on Dec. 19, will vote upon a bond issue to build a gymnasium for Buchanan High School. Buchanan has been forging ahead for several years, and already has an enviable reputation. If this bond issue carries. Troy will un doubtedly posses the best high school of aov tows of its size in OvSi rcoats Overcoats Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schuer- meier are the proud parents of a baby boy who recently arrived at their home. Leland Groce has returned home after being in the hospital for three months and is slowly regaining his strength. Herman Schuermeier met his brother from St. Charles at this place last Wednesday evening and took him home with him to spend a few days and hunt. Frank Boehmer and little son of Jonesburg spent last Friday with Chas. rligginbotham and fannlv of here. Mrs. Arthur Kerr entertained all of her children and "in-laws" but one at her home Thanksgiv ing Day. Mrs. Lou Talbert has moved into the two rooms that were for merlv the post office and ex pects to make Foristell her home Emmett Paul, who has been away for a few. days, returned to Foristell last Thanksgiving even ing on the accommodation train and cave evervbodv a surprise by r- - . - j -t - - m introducing his wite. 1 he young counle looked verv happy The particulars of the marriage have not been learned, but tnc many friends join in wishing them a very happy and prosper ous life. The pulpit at the Methodist church was filled last Sunday moraine and evemner bv Mr. Mil ler, Mr. Meyer having had an engagement with his uospe team at Truxton. Miss Iva Williams spent Mon day in Warrenton. Miss Kate BlackWell enter tained Moberly friends last week. Remains ofMisi Hunter Interred at Wentzville Miss Mamie Hunter c'ied at her home in St. Louis on Saturday, Dec. 2, 1916., at 10:20 p. m., at the age of 25 years, 9 months and 27 days, as the result of tubercu losis. Miss Mamie was the beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. "A? Hunter, both formerly residents of Wentzville. Besides her par ents, she leaves four brothers, William. Charles, Glen and An drew, and two sisters, Nellie and Mrs. Blanch Mansfield. Funeral services were held in St. Louis from the residence, 3937 W. bherman place, Dec. 5, at 7 p. m., by Rev. Thos. McNara. The remains were brought here Wednesday and interment made in Linn cemetery. The singing was very much appreciated by the family ot the deceased. Those attending the funeral from a distance were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hunter, Charles, Glen. Andrew and Nellie Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hunter Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. R L. Hunter, Mrs. Moseley, Mrs Scbmitc and daughter, all of St Louis. Mrs. Hunter, Thomas Hunter, Clarence Hunter, of Pen dleton. Mo., Mrs. Bird Walkins of Sturgeon, Mo., Mr- and Mrs Wm. Harbicht of Wentzville. County News Notes St. Charles school children are tussling with the measles. Mrs. Gerhard Emerling of St. Charles was given a surprise party Nov. 25, the occasion being her 98th birthday. Fttd W. Meyer was elected cashier of the People's Bank at St. Charles to succeed W. R. Parkcfl, who was appointed a National Bank examiner. John Hcckmann, 76 years old, a retired contractor, died at his home in St. Charles last week. He was a brother of Geo. Heck- mann, and an uncle ot oeorge HerWmann. Tr.. concrete con tractor, both of Warrenton. leaves four xlaughters and son. Married : Frank Rauch Miss Kathleen Pieper, both of St Charles; Albert Hink of Gordonville, Mo., and Miss Marie Gossler of St. Charles; Leonard Amptmann of St. Charles and MUc Anna Connover of Portage des ' Sioux; Charles Bortfeld of St. Charles and Miss Emelie Jennrick of Buckskin, Ind.; A. H. Dautenhahn of Vaina, 111., and Miss Mamie Koenig of Wentzville; Claude Bruns and Miss Olinda Barklage, both of St. Charles; J. A. Bestgen of Tipton and Mrs. Sophia Meyer of St. Charles. A fine line of new overcoats and other goods just received. Ex ceptional values. Cash Clothing Store. He one and Mrs. S. f. Hughes of Foristell spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. C R. Karrenbrock. Her little gran-daughter, Miss Elizabeth Karrenbrock, accompanied her home Thursday and spent the day. Such tobacco saninvmCTftf' as you never thought y could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince Albert and fire-up a pipe or a home-made cigarette! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetite ever hankered for. That's because it's made by a patented orocess that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! nn 1 br R J. Rernolee Tobacco Co. On III reverae aide of Ihi. tidr red tin you will read: "Pro-c.M Patented July 30th, 1907." which baa made fAree men amoke pipea where one aaeoked before I IMC BURNING WCARO CIGARETTE TOBACCO Fringe Albert the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. And that isn't strange, either. You never tasted the like of it! Pritca eJeWrt fry fyrUUf.St; ft rW Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will amoke if they use Prince Albert And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-out cjgiainiy have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. R. J. REYNOLDS TOtACCO CO, Winrtoo-Sehnt, N. C

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