October 25 1912. THE: BROWN : COUNTY' 'WORLD. : 9 Bonnie Love. Emily and Lola Vonelda, and Edith Andrews. The Harnack orchestra will play for a dance in Falls City Saturday night Maude Ballington Booth has been engaged for the Hiawatha Chautau qua.,.- ' Mrs. J. W. Chapek Is here from Omaha " visiting her brother. R. L. Shaw. . '.... (Mrs. E. L. Allen, who Is Just in from California, says Wilson will carry that state. - Mother Lake, one of the greatest platform speakers in America, is Chautauqua attraction. ' Miss Cora Younkman went to Kansas City Sunday morning to spend two days with her sister-in-law. Miss Helen Nesladek is 'a new clerk at'Sipe's candy kitchen taking the place of Miss Stella Corning. x : Mrs. Wm. Young returned to her home in' Savanah, 111., Friday after a visit here at the Hoye home. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rosenberger left Friday for Manhattan to visit their daughter, Mrs. B. F. Eyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case and Mrs. Rilla Wilson drove to Kansas City Sunday , in the Case automobile. Mrs. Wm. Gossett and Miss Gertrude "Gossett, of Falls City, spent Sunday here at the home of Frank Gossett. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker are vis Iting in Kansas City for the week, meeting there Mrs. Baker's sister from Seattle. Miss Mabel Poteet returned to her home in Falls City Sunday after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Harry Crooks. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cain, of Falls City, visited the McCoys, Sunday. Mr. Cain says he would like to make Hiawatha his home. - Mr. and Mrs. A. McLaughlin went to Topeka, Sunday, to observe their 38th wedding anniversary with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wellcome. Mrs. Whiskerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weltmer, and her daughter and two children, who had visited her parents for several weeks, left Sunday for their home in California; Louie Weltmer,- who came with them, remains here for the present. ' The Everest paper prints the following 4-inch adv. To whom it may concern. The address of Dr. Louise Merrick-Reece may be obtained thru her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Merrick, by phoning "Everest No. 9" or mail addressed to her at Everest will be promptly., forwarded. Dr. Louise Merrick-Reece. Mrs. G. W. Melsenhelmer and daughter Mildred- are visiting Mrs. Duhn In Hastings, Nebr. Dr. W, C. Palmer has bought Dave Samuels fine new house on North Sixth street and will move into It at once. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kesler came on Thursday from Avalo, Colo., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kea ler. , Misses Gladys and Queena Ketcher- sid left Saturday afternoon for their and Mrs. Chester Shaw and J. P. home .in Hope, Kas. after a visit at Miller. the J. B. Meek home. Mrs. J. M. Hull has returned to Des Mr. and Mra F. E. Munsell, of Moines after a visit with Mra Hamilton, Mo., are here for a short wheeler. visit at the home or Mrs. K. M. Gal- Mrs. Eva Jones returned Thursday braith and Dr. L. E. Rubert to her home in FL Worth. Texas. Miss H. G. HANNEY, Prop, Miss Mabel Shafer arrived home Saturday from New Market, Iowa, where she has been trimming this sea son. R. B. Wyatt and family, who have moved back here from Oklahoma, are living In E. A. Smith's home on South Second street. Mrs. Fannie Duerson-Johnson, the only member'1 of the Saturday club APure Cream of Tartar Powder Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer of Health of the city of London, Eng., was good enough to say that a long and universal experience has proved a cream of tartar powder 'the most efficient, safe and economical, making food which could not be deleterious to the most ' dehcatestomach. In England the sale - of baking powder containing xdam is absolutely prohibited. VnENjUYiNC UAKXNG POWDER, READ TBS LABEL. - Mrs. Edward Hayes, of Omaha, is Grace Ryan accompanied her home. visiting her sister, Mrs. David McCoy. Dr. Hayes has a fine practice in Oma ha where he 4ocated two years ago. J. O. Ferguson, of Atchison, came up Saturday to see his sick mother, Mrs. W. P. Ferguson. He returned Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ferguson is no better. Miss Alice Mosshart has returned from EJ dorado where she visited. She says that the kaffir corn carnival was absent from the banquet, Is in Wlchi- great success, about 20,000 people ta with her husband. being present. J Mrs. George Kramer and daugh- tm Miss Julia Smith is assisting Miss ter Miss Lida Kramer are here from Campbell in the county clerk's office. New Albany, Ind., visiting her mo- The big job of preparing the tax books thef, Mrs. J. H. Howell, and her sis is now on and four lady experts are at ter, Mra Jesse Yates. work upon them. Fred Rea will be married at Hayes Mrs. C. A Andrews and little eon, City Thursday, Oct. 31, to Miss Mary who have been here visiting her mo- Ryan. Fred is now working in Chi ther, Mrs. Hedding, went to Bailey- cago and will visit his parents here ville Tuesday. Dr. Andrews has lo- on his way to Hayes City. catea at Baiieyvllle. There were 25 of our leading men A high school girl heard of Roose- at a party Friday night and a woman velt's shooting just as she was read- present says she asked how they would Jng over her literature lesson. "Isn't vote. 12 were for Col. Roosevelt. 10 it a shame that Shakespeare was If or Taft, three for Wilson. shot 7: she exclaimed wildly, as she Mr. and Mra H. A. Redman, of rushed into the classroom. Pueblo. Colo., who have been vlsltinir Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shaw entertain- his parents, Mr. and Mra T. M. Red ea at their home northeast of town man, left Saturday for Shambaugh, Thursday evening in honor of their Iowa., to visit before going to their daughter, Mrs. L. Graves, of Oklaho- home. ma city, ana Mrs. J. W. Chajpek, of Miss Mamie Palmer, accompanied Omaha. The evening was spent play- Robert JWvatt to Willis. Kans.. Wed ngprogressive pitch. Mra Ralph nesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Davis, Walters and E. V. Vermillion won the and also his parents, who have Just two first prizes and Mra A. L. Shaw returned from Oklahoma. F. C. and Ralph Walters the consolation Journal. prizea Refreshments were served. The Mrs. Wm. McLaughlin and daughter guests were: Mr. and Mra E. V. Ver- Elizabeth came up from Kansas City million, Mr. and Mra Clem Clemet- to spend Sunday with her parents, son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waltera Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Morria Mra Mc Laughlin has been at Narragansett Bay all summer. Glenn Stowell, linotype operator on the Sabetha Herald, was a Hiawatha visitor Friday and Saturday. He had intended to return to Sabetha Friday night but got so Interested " in two Hiawatha girls that he didn't leave until Saturday noon. The young people out joy riding Friday nlght"did not get back to town until the "wee sma" hours of the next day. The auto went dead and all coaxing was of no avail. It was a long time before a Mutual phone could be found and assistance from town procured.' The Young Ladles society of the I Congregational church met with Mra Darwin Deyoe Thursday afternoon. The society is growing. Two new mem bers were present, Mra Lloyd Ru bert and Miss Klara Amann. The house was decorated In chrysanthe mums and carnations. A delightful afternoon was spent In reading. Re freshments were served. There are a lot of girls in this town who are so boy struck that they are town talk, but their mothers, or fathers seem to care very little about hthem, or they would keep them in nlghta They are at a tender age, now. and It Is pitiful to see them act so silly In their efforts to chase the boya Mra Geo. Maglott entertained with la Kensington Thursday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mra D. W. Wonder, and her sister, Miss Minnie Wonder, of Marion, Ohio. . A very delightful program of both vocal and In elegant two-course luncheon was served. , . II. A. Sweezey, of Highland, left Hiawatha for Oklahoma Thursday to visit. Mr. and Mra E. Roe, of Omaha, who have been visiting their son; F-C. Roe, returned to their home Fri day . Mra Rader has baked the finest loaf of bread ever baked in this town from Big 4 flour, sold at Snyder's.- Adv. Mra Gus Barnes came Wednesday from St Louis to visit her sister, Mrs. H. W. Balthrope and her mother, Mrs. Geo. Dodson. Mrs. Geo. B. Taylor left Saturday morning for her home in El Paso, Texas .after a six weeks visit here with her mother, Mra Nettle Rogera Everard Blerer, Jr., has gone to Guthrie to visit Judge Bierer. His wife will visit in Colorado Springs where he will join her. You can't estimate the amount of money a man has by looking at him. But a view of his wife will enable you to come close nine times out of ten. Dod Gaston. No man can settle a quarrel'between two women for the simple reason that no man can understand either one of them, regardless of his claims of knowledge of human nature. Women who take asperin for head ache do so without knowledge of pos sible heart effect. A woman in Kan sas City took a 6-grain tablet. She had a weak heart and it killed her. Mra Calvin Holman, of Pueblo, (Colo., who is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daeschner, went to Falls City Wednesday to visit her aunts, Misses Emma and Rose. Schiable. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Chamberlain left for Fresno, Calif., Thursday. Mr. Chamberlain is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Chamberlain and has been n New York for the past seven yeara He Is an electrician. Sister Mary Constance Foster, of New York, who has been visiting her father, B. S. Foster, and sister, Mra Wheeler, has returned to New York. Eler work there for the neglected children is splendid endeavor. That's a pretty , woman," said a man to the woman with him. "Yes," said the woman with him, "but she's; got horrid feet and her shoes are bad." The women see everything Im-. perfect in each others dress. Mrs. Davies, the sister-in-law of Mra John Waltera northeast of town,, and her daughter, are on their way- home to Los Angeles, having complet ed an extended trip to Hawaii, New- Zealand, Australia and Great Britain.. A woman, who isn't much larger- than a big doll, received a present of enuf linen for two pillow slips, so. with the help of a little lace and a. half a yard of Swiss, made a dress of' the linen and claimed she had plenty of material. Air. and Mra T. J. Hayes, of San Diego, show the California spirit. They wanted to vote for Taft but being disfranchised of that right In California they write that they will vote for Wilson, as thousands of Taft men will do there. The Sunday dinner requires too much work.' .It, isn't right to make a woman spend Sunday morning and,' perhaps, part of " the day before, to get ready to feed the other members of the family. Sunday should be a day of rest, and on that day people should eat less and work less, Instead of eating mort and working harder. etmmenUd music way rendered, Aa as they do now. Where li mother ti.
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