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Weir Journal from Weir, Kansas • 1

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Weir Journali
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La in in Hi Weir Citn Journal. VOL. XXVI. Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas, June 26, 1914, NO. 21 Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes.

The best place in town to buy these goods or have your PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED IS AT LOUIE LAYS JOHN FRIGGERI HAS THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF NEW Novelties in Jewelry. See Our Line of Diamonds. Jeweler and Owl Drug Store Optician JOHN FRIGGERI, PITTSBURG, TRANS it in it initi in or in it in an in in it an in a The Blue Front Leads others follow The place to buy everyin thing good to eat at RIGHT Prices. in THE BLUE FRONT After the Celebration el know where to go: A COURT PLASTER The OINTMENT Too many people are careless about dreesing even slight wounds. Use our antiseptics and dressings and you'll be sure to have no fatal blood poisoning.

When we furnish your medicines and drug store things you know that you get the best. THE BEST DRUG' STORE We give you what you ASK for. W. J. ALLEN, Druggist, "The Rexall Stere" DODSON-HILL.

Miss May Neddie Hill and Mr. J. Raymond Dodson were united in marriage at the Sacred Heart church in this city Tuesday morning at 8:00 'o'clock by Rev. Father Mennen of Frontenac. Mr.

Dodson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dodson of this city and is one four most promising young men.

He is employed as advertising manager for the Sonnenberg Stores at Hanibal, Mo. Miss Hill is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Hill of Columbus, Ark. Although she claims Arkansas as her home she is well- known and very popular in Weir City, having taught one term in our public schools and visiting with her sister, Mrs. Fred A. Walker, for several weeks each year for several years. The church was decorated with potted plants.

The bride carried a large bunch of brides roses and wore a beautiful blue gown. Mrs. Walker, the matron of honor, wore gown of the new Tango shade. Dodson, brother of the groom, acted as best. man.

Immediately after the ceremony the wedding party went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker where a four-course wedding breakfast was served. Quite a crowd, of friends accompanied the young couple to Pittsburg where they took a train for Hanibal. their future home, where the groom has a home furmished.

They were treated to a shower of rice. STAR ENJOY OUTING. The Eastern Star lodges of Scam mon, Pittsburg and Weir spent Wednesday at the Club House on the Neosho river. Quite a srowd present. Lunch was spread picnic fasbion and a very enjoyable day spent.

CHILD DIES Anna, the 9-months-old daughter of Alfred Larson, died at the family home. ip. West Weir Saturday afternoon, after an illness of only a few hours. The funeral services was held Sunday afternoon and the Interment made at the Weir City cemetery. For Sale or Trade -The Spring block and a good -6-room residence and four lots, all located in Baxter Kan.

Will sell cheap or trade for land in this vicinity. Address, Box 353, Baxter Springs, Kan. 196 IS TOTAL MINE TOLL. Official Report of Hillcrest Disaster Made by Union Heads. Hillcrest, June Mine Workers' officials yesterday announced the following official figures on last Friday's disaster by explosion in mine No.

20 of the Hillcrest ColMerles, Rescued alive, 41 men; total dead, 196 men; bodies recovered, 188; Identified, 162; impossible to identify, 26; still in mine, 8. The Canadian government yesterday sent $50,000 as a portion of the fund to be used for relief of families of the victims. SHERIFFS FIRE ON CROWDS. One Killed Disturb. Ba Meat.

Helena, June Governor Stewart has reecievd message from Mayor Duncan of Butte, saying last night's "outbreak there is now under control. At 9:30 o'clock he announced that no action had been taken by the state authorities. The M. E. church WILL- BUILD ELEVATOR.

James Bates Will Move His Mill to Frisco Tracks. James Bates has bought the vacant lot of R. L. Thorp's adjoining the Frisco track between Main street and Washington avenue and will move his mill from its present location On West Main street to this location. He also has plans made for a wagon dump for both wheat and corn and will erect an elevator of about ten cars capacity.

Work will commence 88 soon as the lease can be secured from the Frisco to use a part of their right of way. Negotiations are now in progress and it is expected the lease will be here in a few days. APPOINT FACULTY. Present Instructors Sehool of Mines Reappointed. Notice has been received from the board of administration that Prof.

Wolfe and Prof. Havalin have been retained as instructors in the School of Mines for the coming year. The other members of the faculty has not been selected yet and perhaps won't be until about time for the opening of the school this fall. Biography of Mrs. W.

Cryickshank, Candidate for Register of Deeds. Mrs. G. W. Cruickshank, (nee Florence Fee), came with her parents to Cherokee county, Kans 1885, from a Lewis county, Mo.

They settled on farm in Neosho township. After completing the common school she entered the Columbus high school then held in what is now known as the Pursel school. On leaving high school she chose as her profession school teaching; after teaching five successful terms of school she united in marriage with G. W. Cruickshank November 2, 1893, and since ther has made her home in Hallowell.

As it will be impossibe for Mrs. Cruicksbank to see all the voters of the county personally, she will have to depend largely on her friends to speak for her. If nominated she will make a strong race tor the election in November. SHOWER FOR. MISS HILL.

linen shower was given Miss Ned HIll last Friday night by Miss Anna McGruder preceding her marriage to Mr. Raymond Dodson at Baker's hall. Plates were laid for 32. Miss Grace Giltner acted as toastmistress. Miss Hill very appropriately responded to the many good wishes of her friends.

Ices and cake were the refreshments served. The color scheme was yellow andwhite. which was out in the hall decorations and also the table: Immediately following the refreshments the bride- to be opened the packages containing the gifts, most of which were hand work and many in very elaborate patterns. MESSIAH'S KINGDOM. The Glorious Day of Divine Faver le Nearing.

The period in which do permitdark night to humanito be forgotten; but the gloHous and divine favor to be asbered in by MeeHe the SUN OF RIGHT. COUSNESS, and shine fully and clearly isto and upon all, bringing healing and will more than counterbalance the dreadful night of weeping, sighing, pain, sickness and which the groaning creation long. "Weeping may dare 1 for night, but joy cometh in the MORNING." For LIGHT on the coming thirty centa for Land for Bible Students, KINGDOM FORM LOCAL LEAGUE. The Citizen's League of Cherokee County Now Has Local Here. At a called meeting of the citizens of the town at the M.

E. church last Sunday night a local of the Citizen's League of Cherokee county was formed. Rev. Mason of Columbus was the principal speaker fthe evening. He made a strong plea for law enforcement and for the election of officers who would enforce the prohibitory liquor law.

He also outlined the purpose of the league. D. H. Holt of Mineral, president of the County League, was present and presided, while the local was being organized. The officers of the Weir local are D.

Lochead, president; John Veatch, vice president; Prof. B. L. Wolfe, secretary and C. M.

Sweeney, treasurer. A meeting will be held in the near future when the various committees will be appointed and the organization perfected. Quite a number of membership cards were signed by those present. K. S.

M. CATOLOG OUT. Are Now Ready for Distribution- -Send One to a Prospective Student. After considerable delay the catalogs for the State of Mines for next year at this place have been revelved, and are being distributed, The catalog contains forty pages and was printed b. ythe State Printing office at Topeka and is a very credible piece of work.

Several halftone illustrations of the various athletic teams are shown, together with views of some of the rooms and equipment of the school. It contains a great deal of informa4 tion concerning the entrance qualification, the different courses taught, is-4 uance of degrees, etc. Prof. Wolfe and Miss Bellman, his stenographer, are now busy mailing the catalogs to prospective students over the state. They will be glad to All all requests for catalogs, and 14 you know of any person who might I be interested in the "school send the name to Prof.

Wolfe and he will send catalog and any other information that may be desired. GEO. BUCKMAN HERE. George H. Buckman of Winfeld was in the city tuesday looking after his candidacy for judge of the supreme court of the state.

Mr. Buckman, who is a very pleasant man and able lawyer, was speaker fthe house of representatives and was one of the strong supporters of the School of Mines bill when it passed the legislature in 1911. This city and in fact this section of the state should remember its friends when they go to vote at the primary. Marriage Licenses. A.

Elmer Huskey, Webb City Edna L. Dowell, Tipton, .18 John H. Moulton, Pittsburg Myrtle Manley, Pittsburg Lon 0. Brown, Hallowell Ruth Hutton, Hallowell J. Raymond Dodson, Weir May Neddie Hill, Columbus, Gus Norris, Columbus Minnie Green, Columbus .23 Earl N.

Bankson, Galena Mary Reid, Galena J. Otto Boxwell, Pittsburg Anna Montee, Pittsburg James E. Spellman, Vanderbilt, Tex. 21 Clara Estus, Columbus Albert Bash, Galena. Amy Vannetta, Galena Brick for Sale Brick for sale at Vogel Brick Plant.

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