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1916 Extracts from Barry County, MO, Newspapers
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Extracts from Barry County, MO, Newspapers

Extracted by: Donna Cooper, Coordinator
September 7, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Personal and Local

J. W. Hisey returned Tuesday night from Corydon, Ind., where he visited his old home.

Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell were in Kansas City the first of the week making purchases for the fall millinery season.

Miss Clara Montgomery spent a part of last week with her sister, Mrs. Will Meador, and brother Harry, at Monett last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cox south of town left Thursday for Colorado for the benefit of Mrs. Cox's health.

Mrs. Mattie Beasley and daughter, Miss Ruth, went to Purdy Friday where they will live this year. Miss Ruth is a teacher in the Purdy high school.

Clarence Neeley was convicted of "bootlegging" and fined $300 by a jury in S.R. Reynolds' court here Thursday. An appeal was taken to Circuit court the defendant and the prosecuting witnesses were placed under bond for their appearance at the November term of the Circuit court.

David Linn, to whom Mrs. Carrie Trolinger east of this city was married a few months ago, died at their home in Carthage, Friday Sept. 1, had been a prominent citizen of Carthage for about 20 years. He was 75 years old and leaves three children, a daughter and two sons.

Mrs. Bert Catron of Fairview spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hankins, northwest of this city.

Mineral Springs: Miss Gladys England visited her grandmother Reno Saturday night and Sunday.

Mineral Springs: Dock Henbest and family of Cassville visited his sister, Mrs. Fred Ennes, Sunday.

Mineral Springs: Mrs. Mont Hankins visited her sister, Mrs. B.C. McCluer Thursday night.

New Salem: Frank Brewer's baby died at Seligman Thursday and was buried at this place Friday afternoon.

New Salem: Mr. and Mrs. Claud Roller are making preparations to rebuild near the spot where their other residence burned. Their many friends and relatives contributed quite a nice sum of money and other necessities forwhich Mr. and Mrs. Roller are very thankful.

Seligman: Frank Brewer lost a small child the last of the week. The baby was only sick a short time.

Seligman: Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wilson are rejoicing over a big boy at their house. The boarder came Monday morning.

Hazel Dell: Earl Gibbons will leave the 15th of the month for Iowa where he has a position as station agent of the Cedar Valley Railroad Co.

Hazel Dell: Austin Thompson, son-in-law of the late Campbell Autrey, bought 40 acres of land from Bert Smith near Hazel Dell and moved to the same last week.

East Purdy: Miss Lena Marbut from Lone Hill will stay with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Call this winter and attend school at Arnhart.

Pleasant Ridge: Mrs. James Black and children have gone to Monett to stay this winter where the children will go to school.

Pleasant Ridge: Mrs. Ed Armstrong went to Verona last Monday to attend her sister, Mrs. Annie Murry, who was real sick.

Mrs. Richmond Teel Dead: Rev. J. T. Brattin received a message Sunday morning stating that Mrs. Richard Teel of the New Site locality near Monett died at an early hour that morning. He conducted the funeral services Sunday afternoon at the New Site Baptist Church.

Tennessee Belle Browning was born in Barry County on January 20, 1869, age 47 years 7 months and 14 days. She was converted when young and joined the Baptist church at New site of which she was a faithful and consistent member until she passed to her eternal home. She was married to Richmond Teel, Feb 4, 1892, who survives her. She also leaves two sisters and brothers.

The large crowd which assembled at the New Site Church to attend the funeral and pay the last tribute of respect to the deceased told of the high esteem in which she was held in the community where she had lived so long.

Licenses to Wed:

Lemma Rose, 18, Washburn, & Ola Pippin, 19, Seligman

W. J. White, 34, Monett & Maud Cox, 26, Monett

Elmer Sanders, 22, Cassville & Bessie Brock, Cassville

G. E. Davis, Monett & Gertie Henderson, 27, Purdy

September 14, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Personal and Local

Keet Hawk and Arthur Erwin drove to Shell Knob Tuesday evening and enjoyed a wolf chase with a number of citizens from that locality.

Judge and Mrs. R. H. Elam of Eagle Rock were Cassville visitors Thursday.

The little 12 year old son of P. Hilton, who lives northeast of Cassville 2 miles, who had left home and about whom his father was much concerned, was located Friday at the home of the little boy's cousin, Elbert Thomas near Hailey.

Union Valley: Croff Brattin and wife and Emmet Packwood and family spent Sunday at D. L. Brattin's.

Union Valley: Tom Pulley and wife of Washburn spent from Friday till Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Bay Smith and family.

Butterfield: Thos. Ferguson's have moved to their farm on Gunter Creek and Cas Jeffries now occupies the hotel property vacated by them.

Purdy: Miss Leona Fly is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Boedecker.

McDowell: Charlie Hemphill has gone to Crane to enter high school.

McDowell: Dr. Kelley, Dr. Robertson, John Martin, Ethel Marbut, B. Neill, A. Carney and families and Joe Robertson and daughter all enjoyed a watermelon feast on the creek Sunday evening.

Forest Grove: Grandpa Braught has been in very poor health for some time.

Washburn Prairie: Mr. and Mrs. Ora Higgins and little son of Liberty, Mo., came Saturday night to visit his sister, Mrs. Ida Banks and family.

Washburn Prairie: The church at this place has elected W. A. Ireland pastor; S. F. Varner, treasurer and Lulah Hopkins, clerk for the coming year. The meeting day has been changed from the first Sunday to the second Sunday.

New Site: School at Walnut Grove commenced Monday, Sept. 11 with Miss Grace Carney of Marionville, in the chair.

New Site: Mrs. Mollie Higgins of Melrose, N. Mex., who has been at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Tennie Teel, left Friday night for his [her] home.

Seligman: Crawford Brixey had a sale the last of the week. Mr. Brixey and family are going to make their home in Kansas.

Seligman: Green Stephens of Sugar Creek was up Saturday having his hand which was badly cut, dressed.

Aged Mother Passes Away: Mrs. Abigail Moffatt, died Friday, Sept 8, aged 86 years, at the home of her son, P. R. Moffatt, west of Washburn.

Dropsy is given as the direct cause of her death. Mrs. Moffatt was the widow of Rev. Moffatt who for many years was a prominent minister in this county. He has been dead a number of years. She had been making her home for sometime with her only son, P. R. Moffatt.

She was well known by a large number of the older citizens of the county. The funeral services were held Saturday and Interment made at Washburn.

J. M. McQuarry Dead: J. H. McQuarry, who has been a prominent figure in the real estate business in this county for several years died at his home at Wayne, Saturday, Sept 9, at the age of 57 years, following an illness of about one year.

A few years ago he was engaged in extended litigation with the Scotch Land Co., over a contract by virtue of which he claimed to have become entitled to the possession of 71,000 acres of the Scotch Land Co. lands in this county.

His body was shipped to Bolivar for Interment. He had resided at Bolivar for twelve years where he was engaged in the real estate business.

Besides his wife he leaves two daughters and three sons: Mrs. Keith Oldenharge of Wayne: Mrs. Mark Tierman of Sapulpa, Okla.; J. C.Carlton and Tom of Exeter and Wayne.

Licenses to Wed:

Chandler Davis, 26, Washburn & Gwendolyn Parks, 22, Washburn

A. H. Cantrell, Purdy & Grace Black

O. J. Kinney, 32, Cherryvale & J. C. Boles, 27, Cherryvale

Charley Steele, 23, Cassville & Beulah Beck, Cassville

Pete Exposito, 22, Monett & Montie Taylor, 20, Monett

Snow Hickey, 22, Washburn & Alice Laughlin, 24, Washburn
September 21, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Personal and Local

Joe Robbins, a prominent farmer of near Verona, visited his brother, Benton Robbins, Friday and Saturday.

T. H. B. Smith of west of Exeter and his brother, L. Smith of McDonald County were transacting business in this city Wednesday of last week.

Miss Janie Hessee will accept a position with the Wilds Bros. Nursery Co., at Sarcoxie, as stenographer. Miss Janie recently completed a business course at the Draughn Business College at Ft. Smith.

Dr. Glenn Salyer of Shell Knob has typhoid fever. He was brought to this city Thursday and taken from here by W. E. Bell to the home of S. J. Salyer at Avilla, Jasper County.

John Bridges the hustling horse and mule buyer was in Cassville buying stock Saturday. He bought 16 good war mules.

Order of Publication: In the matter of the estate of D. D. Burton, deceased, now comes J. F. Pilant, administrator of the estate of D. D. Burton ... [abstract]

Order of Publication: Hattie McPherson, plaintiff vs. John McPherson, defendant [abstract]

Shady Grove: Sam Haddock and family have moved back on R. J. Henson's farm.

Shady Grove: Edith Hankins went to Lawrence County Sunday where she will teach school this year.

Gunter: A new boy at Cas Roberts and also a boy at Ben Terry's and a girl at Chris Edwards'.

Gunter: James Hemphill and son Perl, assisted Alfred Hemphill with is corn cutting last week.

Victory: School is progressing nicely. Lyman Crane is teacher.

Victory: B. R. Byrd and granddaughter, May, visited at John Hutchens' Sunday.

Seligman: John Morgan is in from Kansas City. His father and mother will return to the city with him where they will make their home.

Seligman: Gusta Roller and children of Rocky Comfort are visiting friends and relatives in this locality.

Seligman: Lionel Hulsey teacher at Lone Star has a job clerking for W. C. Fawver of Saturday's. He is a good clerk as well as a first class school teacher.

Rock Springs: Thomas Roller has moved to Fawver's mill to work this winter.

Rock Springs: R. D. Vanzandt and daughter, Gladys, of Pea Ridge were here last Friday and till Sunday. They went to Springfield where she had an operation performed on her tonsils.

Mineral Spring: Miss Carrie Hankins is getting along nicely with her school.

Shell Knob: Miss Rachel Mentzer who has been teaching at Shell Knob resigned her school on account of bad health.

Licenses to Wed:

H. C. McClure, 27, Cassville & Della Priest, 20, Green Forest, Ark.

C. D. King, 44, Twin Falls, Idaho & Ollie Bailie, 42, Jenkins

N. B. Erwin, 23, Exeter & Gladys Stapleton, 19, Exeter

Harry C. Ryder, 26, Pioneer & Ola Mae Harper, 25, Purdy

Adam J. Noll, 26, Purdy & Lydia C. William, 24, Purdy
September 28, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Personal and Local

The County jail has plenty of music now as the Mr. Rinehart who was placed in jail two weeks ago for obtaining money under false pretense is a fine violinist. He claims to have studied violin in Germany, anyway those who have heard him think him to be skilled violinist. He is whiling away many hours now with his violin.

Ben Wallen and sister Alice of Fairland, Okla., attended the funeral of their sister, Mrs. John Davis, at Munsey Saturday.

Roy Wallen left Saturday for Sedalia to attend the State fair. Roy and Kenneth LeCompte are to represent Barry County at the Boy's State Fair week at Sedalia.

John Cole, who a number of years ago lived in the east part of this county, has returned after living in a number of different states and has bought a farm near Mano where he will locate again.

Sol Sparkman of Washburn Prairie had a steer killed by lighting on Thursday night of last week.

Mrs. Clarence Hankins and little son of Ft. Smith, Ark., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hessee, and Mr. Hankins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hankins.

Miss Mabel German, a teacher in the High school, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Springfield.

Miss Bee Tucker has been assisting at the Brown Mercantile Co., store.

Wm. Cole, Sr. and son, Fred of Liberty township were in Cassville Saturday.

Mrs. Dora Davis, wife of John Davis, Jr. Died [Click here to read]

Pleasant Ridge: A baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stark Sunday night.

Cedar Bluff: School is progressing nicely with Miss Carrie Stockton as teacher.

Cedar Bluff: Rev. Dutch Morlan preached at Cedar Bluff Sunday night. A large crowd was present.

Mineral Spring: After an illness of about three months Mrs. Dillworth died at her home Friday morning about 2 o'clock. She was laid to rest in the cemetery here after funeral services conducted at the church by Bro. Riddle. She leaves a husband and a little two year old girl. We extend our deepest sympathy to them.

Seligman: The body of L. M. Hurd's daughter, Laura, was returned for burial. She lived somewhere in Oklahoma.

Seligman: G. T. Apple sold his livery barn to an Oklahoma man. George is now on the retired list.

Cross Hollows: School is progressing nicely with Miss Ethel Coones teacher.

Cross Hollows: W. C. Patton is able to be out again after being laid up for a week with injuries received when a team ran away with him while coming home from Purdy one day week before last.

Munsey: Born to Charley Ball and wife, a son, Sept 22.

Munsey: Walter Pendergraft has rented Chas. Cornell's farm Chas. and wife intend to go to Kansas in the spring.

Munsey: Rev. Haddock preached at Munsey Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night. He baptized three Sunday.

Munsey: Laura Davis of Cssville formerly of this community died Thursday morning and was buried at Munsey Saturday. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones.

Munsey: Mrs. Farwell of Eagle Rock had a cow and a yearling calf struck by lightning Thursday night.

Flat Creek: Miss Lyda Moore who is attending school near Cato visited home folks from Friday until Sunday.

Line: Mr. and Mrs. Rich Henson are the proud parents of a baby girl born the 17th.

Line: Hugh Lackey and Miss Faye Miller were married Wednesday, Sept 6th. We wish them a long and happy life.

Line: Wm. Miller has gone to Oklahoma to take his little granddaughter Gladys, home to see her sister who has typhoid fever.

Butterfield: The roads leading out east via High Point to Flat Creek and the others leading to Harve Truhitte's store, also the one from Gunter via Arnhart to Purdy will compare favorably with any roads in the county. Good roads are a pleasure and a profit of any community.

Former Cassville Citizen Dies at Joplin [Click here to read]

Charged with Forgery: [Click here to read]

Henbest- Beckell [Click here to read]

Judge Creed Dead [Click here to read]

Licenses to Wed:

W. D. Northcutt, 22, Washburn & Anna Bell Hickey, 19, Washburn

Emmons B. Hawk, 22, Cassville & Bland Ray, 20, Cassville

Lairy Tilford, 24, Garfield, Ark. & Laura Bryson, 19, Seligman

L. E. Furlow, Monett & Florence Rutherford, 23, Monett

E. B. Rees, 50, Monett & Alice M. Parson, 33, Monett
October 5, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Mrs. Charles Galloway Dead [Click here to read]

Edward Clanton Died [Click here to read]

Elmer Skelton [Click here to read]

W. S. Carlin [Click here to read]

Demented Man Caught [Click here to read]

Mrs. Delia Blakeslee [Click here to read]

Judges of Election [Click here to read]

Petit Jury [Click here to read]

Grand Jury [Click here to read]

Personal and Local

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shore north of town, Saturday, Sept. 30, a son.

Prof. G. A. Crane, who taught the Washburn School last year, writes from Calumet, Okla., that he is well pleased with his new location and that he has a fine school.

"Spike" Meyers made bond and was released from the county jail Friday.

Z. L. Roberts was in Carthage and Joplin Friday. He returned Saturday with a new Ford car for use in the Roberts Livery business. He will be associated with his son, Ed, in the livery business here.

Otto yarnall and Ed Zuspan and families northwest of town left the first of the week for Kansas. Ed and family mean to locate there where Ed's father A. Zuspan lives, and Otto and family mean to spend the winter there.

Rev. Will Ireland of Purdy has moved to Exeter.

W. A. Wilks and son, Buford, went to Springfield the first of the week. Buford will enter a business college at Springfield.

A little child of Berry Price's in the Butterfield locality died Sunday night of scarlet fever. Other causes have been reported in the same locality.

Born, Saturday Sept 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitchell of this city, twin sons. One of them lived only a few hours, the other is now doing very nicely as is Mrs. Mitchell also.

Hiram Whisman of Dawson, Okla., who has been visiting his sons, Joel and Wiley Whisman, near Shell Knob was in Cassville Friday enroute to Arkansas to visit relatives.

J. H. Thomas and family, A. L. Galloway and family, Judge and Mrs. M. A. Galloway and son, Jess, attended the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Galloway at Monett Tuesday afternoon.

Seligman: Doby King states that he had six mules killed by lighting in his pasture east of town the last of the week.

Arnhart: School progressing nice with Ora McNally and Miss Elsie Robbins teaching.

Independence: Mr. and Mrs. Wooten visited their daughter, Mrs. S. H. Hawkins, at Fairview Friday and Saturday.

Independence: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sallee have a new baby girl.

Mineral Spring: The spelling Friday night was a success. Mornington Lofton carried way the blue ribbon by standing on the floor longest.

East Purdy: Opal Cramer visited at her uncle Ed Henderson's Sunday.

Forest Grove: Montie Taylor is improving the farm known as the Copple farm and will move there soon.

Butterfield: Geo. Bethune has built a new residence on his farm just east of town.

Butterfield: The lighting struck and ruined a nice shade tree in Geo. Bethune's yard last week.

Butterfield: F. S. Whittington our hustling road overseer accompanied by F. M. Roller, Bob Boyd and his father, Wm. Boyd motored to Carthage Saturday to have the senior Boyd's eyes examined by a specialist.

Order of Publication: Matter of Eliza Gleason, deceased [abstract]

Licenses to Wed:

Chas. C. Linebarger, 23, Purdy & Nancy Viola Byrd, 21, Wheaton

J. V. Mask, 20, Monett & Dale Wilbur, 19, Newtonia
October 12, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

New Site: We are holding services in the new church building which is near completion. The old building and lot were sold Saturday, Oct. 7.

East Purdy: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ellis are the parents of a baby girl, born Oct 6th. Its name is Ramoa Faye.

East Purdy: Miss Carrie Stockton who is teaching the Cedar Bluff school visited at John Eastman's from Friday until Sunday.

East Purdy: Miss Lena Marbut who is staying here with her grandparents and attending school at Arnhart visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marbut from Friday until Monday.

Rock Springs: Uncle Ben McCary was visiting at J. A. Roller's last Sunday and drinking the medical water of his well.

Rock Creek: Wash Cooper is moving near Cassville this week. We understand J. L. Worthy will move on the place vacated by Mr. Cooper.

McDowell: Mr. and Mrs. Stout have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ed Lockhart.

Washburn Prairie: Dr. John Sparkman of Springdale, Ark., spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father, M. B. Sparkman.

Willow Branch: Mrs. Belle Huse of Clio visited her sister, Mrs. Minnie Fare, and attended singing at Willow Branch, Sunday night.

Mineral Spring: Sorry to state three of Ranzy Ennis' boys have typhoid fever.

Mineral Spring: Grover Loften and wife took dinner with the latter's mother, Mrs. Pannell Sunday.

Seligman: E. Morgan, one of our old citizens left Sunday to make his home in Kansas City.

Cedar Mound: Mrs. N. J. Hudson is very sick with hemorrhage of the lungs.

Gunter: Miss Columbia Genty of Butterfield visited Saturday night with her uncle, Thos. Ferguson, and family.

Personal and Local

Miss. Ada Murray, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray, of Aurora was lately married at the home of her parents, To Chas. Holder of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray formerly lived on the Rev. J. C. Seller old farm southeast of this city.

Leonard Hankins who is teaching school at Shell Knob was in Cassville Saturday and told the REPUBLICAN that they were making preparations to hold a school fair there next Saturday.

Joe Hefley south of this city is visiting his son, Bert, in Oklahoma. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hefley are in very poor health with tuberculosis.

John Bridges was in Cassville Thursday and bought fifteen head of horses and mules.

Mrs. Fancy Puckett of Pierce City is visiting her sister, Mrs. Burrows.

Ed Ennes Commits Suicide

Ed Ennes, a Monett night watch at the Frisco yards, took his own life Thursday of last week by shooting himself in the head. The Monett Times published that afternoon gave the following account of the affair:

"About noon Thursday, Frisco Officer Ed Ennis became violently insane, following a week's sickness and terrorized his family and neighbors finally shooting himself three times in the head. Two were scalp wounds.

Mr. Ennis became very ill Sunday, and his daughters were summoned. He at times before their arrival showed temporary derangement and neighbors hid any weapons they could find for fear of his doing injury to himself.

On Thursday he became possessed with the idea of self destruction while in a fit of temporary insanity. His family and friends did all they could to quiet him but could not get him away from his mania. He went to McCampbell's barber shop and was shaved and left telling the barber goodbye. He also bade several of his neighbors goodbye.

He went back home by a devious route, going in and out several houses. Thinking his physician would be able to control him. Dr. A. Jones was summoned and attempted to relieve him of his pistol., which he had gained possession of. Mr. Ennis warned him to stay way, he then fired one shot at the doctor whom he luckily missed, and then turned the weapon on himself. This occurred in the back of his home at the woodshed.

He was taken into the house where his injuries were dressed and he was placed under the influence of a sleeping medicine. He will be taken to a Springfield hospital this evening.

The people of Monett are very sorry to this terrible trouble and hope Mr. Ennis will recover with his mind clear and rational"

Later: Mr. Ennis died on the train enroute from Monett to the hospital at Springfield Thursday night. [Ennis and Ennes spellings both used.]

Licenses to Wed:

G. S. Riley, 22, St. Louis & Inez Burwick, 22, Webb City

J. M. Curry, 38, Springdale, Ark. & Alma Littrell, 27, Springdale, Ark.

E. W. Wierman, 25, Sunnyside, Wash. & Cordie Doty, 22, Jenkins

Carl Pielech, 23, Pierce City & Theresa Stepp, 21, Pierce City
October 19, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Personal and Local

Judge Elam of Eagle Rock was in Cassville Tuesday and was accompanied home by J. S. Bennett of Cass County, who is in the county to buy cattle.

Tom Painter has come back to Cassville from Zinc, Ark. He is working at Abernathy & Stuckey's.

J. C. Andoe who lives at the month of Kings River was in Cassville Wednesday of last week on business.

B. S. Binney, W. H. Lipe, Warren Brite, Earl Callaway and Robert Hutchens of Monett were among the number who accompanied the body of Mrs. George Lipe to Cassville Tuesday for Interment.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McQueen visited their son J. S. McQueen, and family Saturday and Sunday.

Mrs. W. E. Bell received a message Friday stating that her brother, Warren Bankhead of Cyrene, Pike County, was dead. She left Friday evening for Cyrene to attend the funeral.

The little eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batesel of near Verona was buried near Verona Sunday. Mrs. Batesel is a sister of W. O. Black of this city.

Bud Clanton of Viola moved last week to Oklahoma.

Dr. Charles Kring and little son of New Douglas, Mo., are visiting S. T. Hankins and family west to this city. Dr. Kring is a brother of Mrs. Hankins.

A. Holder and Miss Mitta Bell of Aurora came down Sunday to attend the Edgar-Adamson Wedding Sunday.

Will Robyler of Wayne was in Cassville Monday.

Mrs. M. E. Newman left Friday for a few days visit with her parents, M. and Mrs. T. D. Snow, at Sarcoxie.

Victory: Mr. Fords from Wisconsin have been visiting will Long's for the past week.

Hazel Dell: We were sorry to learn of the death of Uncle John McCary.

Gunter: There was no spelling Friday night on account of the scarlet fever scare.

New Site: Wm. Weber is quite ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Arthur Higgins, threaded with typhoid fever.

New Site: Mrs. Laura Rogers of St. Louis is spending the winter with Mrs. Margaret Carlin.

Munsey: Geo. Skelton of Idaho writes that he is coming home soon.

Munsey: Mr. Gentry of Berryville, Ark., is teaching a singing school at Munsey. He also taught one at Eagle Rock and at Mt. Zion.

Cedar Bluff: We understand that our singing school teacher at Cedar Bluff, Chas. McCallon, is very sick and we are sorry to hear it as we need him in our Sunday School.

Butterfield: Thos. Ferguson and family went to Republic Monday for a week's visit with their son, Earnest and family and other relative and to attend the street fair at that place.

Rocky Comfort: Bee McNeil of near Simcoe was found unconscious at the barn where he had gone to do the feeding Thursday morning. Dr. Dabbs was called but as the boy was yet unconscious nothing was learned of what had befallen him. He was not bruised in anyway so he could not have been kicked by a horse. Independent.

Seligman: Coleman Pippin west of town lost a small child the last of the week.

Seligman: Earn Still is soon to move to J. M. Fawver's place west of town.

Shell Knob: Bud Clanton is moving to Oklahoma. His brother who lives there writes that crops are good and work plentiful.

Shell Knob: James Duly who has been staying with his aunt, Mrs. Mentzer, has returned to his home at Durant, Washington.

Shady Grove: Charley Thomas has moved on Charley Hawk's place.

Seligman: Dave Roller, the Farmers Mutual central man, has a very sick child.

Seligman: W. J. Curtis has now moved into our midst and has position at the Frisco depot.

Flat Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Potter and children visited Tuesday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Potter

Flat Creek: Mrs. Jewel Snow and little son of Springfield visited a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carney.

Rock Springs: The Dunkard people held communion and dove feast services at Landen Crumley's last Wednesday evening.

Washburn Prairie: Miss Ella Mosely of Pea Ridge, Ark., is visiting at the home of her uncle, R. J. Foster.

Washburn Prairie: Miss Haddock of Exeter was the guest of her cousin, Miss Naomi Banks, Saturday night and Sunday.

Washburn Prairie: Dalton Varner and sisters, Misses Kitt and Pauline, spent Saturday night and Sunday with James McGlothin and family of Rock Springs.

Cross Hollow: Mr. Crane who is teaching school at Victory and a wagon load of his scholars attended spelling at this place Tuesday night. Come again.

Noah Houston Dies in Idaho [Click here to read]

Mrs. George D. Lipe Dies [Click here to read]

Wierman-Doty Marriage [Click here to read]

John McCary, a prominent farmer southwest of this city five miles on the Cassville and Washburn road, died. [Click here to read]

Edgar-Adamson Wedding [Click here to read]

Licenses to Wed:

William Wolverton Graham, Kan. & Ophelia Lee, Mano

Roy Harris, 27, Mulberry, Kan. & Evada Harris, Newtonia

John C. Yates, 34, Monett & Eunita N. Salzer, 21, Monett

Walter Burris, 19, Exeter & Ellen Dickens, 17, Rocky Comfort

Chas. W. Whitney 23, Monett & Syble Bennett, 21, Monett

Claude E. Henderson, 24, Jenkins & Lottie Jaquees, 26, McDowell

W. M. J. Adamson, Everton & Mary M. Edgar, Cassville

T. E. Meadows, 30, Mano & Minnie Brock, 22, Mano
October 26, 1916, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

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