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Opens His Pack
And leaves a large share of bis
caudles, Nuts and Fruits at our
Grocer)'. We were his principal
distributers in Malta Bend last
Xmas and fcr the coming holidays
more of the tool things are to be
found with us.
We have all kinds of candies
from the ordinary stick and mixed
candy to the fine creams and "bon
bons" and even Lowncy's Choco
lateswhich are the finest made.
We Intend selling our confections
cheap and will make special low
prices on large quantities.
We also have a beautiful assort
Plates, Celery and Salad dishes,
Fruit dishes, Cupj and Saucers,
Sugar and Cream sets, etc. These
article make useful presents ones
that are appreciated. Come see us.
8. 3J. t)eUr (& Son,
MALTA BUND, MISSOURI.
LOCAL NEWS. t
Do you take the RitruiiMCAN;
Looiuis' fruit cake Is delicious,
Loomls is exclusive agent for
Miss Lula Lamkln has been on
the sick list.
Fruits, celery, etc., of all kinds
Francis Mitchell Is spending his
vacation in Odessa.
Loomls has just received a nice
supply of new nuts.
Kcv. T. S. Love is holding a
meeting In Guthrey.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters In bulk
or cau at Schluctcrs.
K. L. Bird left Thursday for
Macon City to spend his vacation.
Humphrey Lynch, of Mt. Leoii
ard, was buying goods lu our city
Miss Gilliam, of Richmond, Va.,
Is the guest of Mrs. I II. Frank
lin, on Odc.ll.
Miss Katie King and Miss
Kline, of Shackelford, were in the
city this week.
Miss Nell Dobyns left Thursday
for Kansas City where she will
spend the holidays.
Prof. R. J. liters left Thursday
night for Ohio to spend his vaca
tion with relatives.
Mrs. Frank Kelton is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Johnsou in Alma this week.
Mrs. T. C. Sill, the guest of
Mrs. F. C. McRenold has re
turned to her home in Grand Pass.
Miss Bruce Marmaduke will
leave Thursday for Nelson,, where
he will spend Christmas with
Miss Mary Breathed.
Mrs. Will Sellers, of Wanamak
er, and lick McRoberts and wife,
of Malta Bend, were In buying
Christmas tricks Saturday.
The Akers Animated Picture
Company will give entertainments
at (he M. P.. churrb for the beue
fit of that church on Dec 27, 38
39. Don't fail to attend.
There will be fifty thousand
dollars spent this week in the city
of St. Louis, so says the Post
Dispatch, for candy. Tlscrc are
800 men, girls and boys working
through the day and 300 men
working all night mak
ing candies' getting ready for the
Get oysters in the cau at
Joe Council, of Napton. was in
Martin Gauldlu made a recent
trip to Kansas City.
Fred Klsca of Salt Springs, was
a recent visitor in our city.
Mrs. )5. Y. Harvey spent sever
al days in California, Mo., this
McGlnlcy's is the place to buy
your Xmas Groceries and Queens
ware. Don't buy your Christmas can
dies until vou get prices from
jcroinc rnor una wiic
1. ..tl. tUt ,..U lt, nil.
Mrs. Kmlly Black will spend
Christmas with Mrs. Tom Prior at
Mrs. AUte Ayers and children
will spend Christmas with rela
lives at Slater.
Mrs. G S. Hardin has returned
from a three weeks' visit to rela
tives in Mobcrly.
Mrs. J. S. M. Huflr of Nclsbil,
was the guest the past week of
Mrs. A. Leonard.
' I). D. IMiirnins. Leslie Orear and
Sam Davis were in Lexington last
week on legal business.
Loomis has the finest and best
line of caudics in Marshall. Don't
buy tiutll you have seen them
Miss Lulu Tickemeyer, who is
teaching school at Miami, s;enl
Saturday and Sunday lu the city.
Mrs. Lcn Murrcll and daugh
ter, Katheiinc Douglas, made a
short visit to the Hurt home last
Miss Mamie Wood, a pupil of
Mo. Valley College is spending her
vacation at her home in Imlcpen
Mrs. F. A. Wllhitc nnd two
little daughters, Agues Louise and
Catherine, are guests of II. M.
The F.llcn Bowcu Missionary
society bad a delightful nnd profit
able meeting on Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. A. Leonard.
Rev. Taylor Bernard of St.
Louis is In the city. He was
called here on account of the scrl
ous Illness of B. P. Biirkhcad.
You c.n make a gotxl exchange
for your country pFednce-flt-tMc
Ginley's near the southwest corner
of the Mjuarc. difiJt
C. M. Buckucr has let the con
tract for a six room cottage to be
erected on one of his lots 011 High
land, which will be built as 1.0011 as
the weather permits.
Mrs. Ablet Leonard left Tluirs
uay lor lloouvilje, wlivxctue will
join a house party given liy her
sister, Mrs. Wilbur Johnson. Mr,
Leonard and the children will go
down on Saturday,
Talk about windows! The
handsomest window lu the city is
at the Mitchell's. Solid, sterling
silver articles marked very low
and 110 charges made for engrav
ing. West Hide Square.
Rev. W. R. Dobyns returned
Saturday, having completed
his work for the Home Mis
sion Committee; and will in the
future occupy his pulpit at the
Presbyterian church, much to the
pleasure of his flock.
The Mitchell's have just receiv
ed a LAHOK ASSORTMENT of solid
filver sterling spoons, forks,
cream ladles, olive spoons, Imrry
spoons, souvenir forks and spoons
and a nice assortment of silver
novelties. No extra charge for
engraving. West Side Square.
Miss Gertrude -'Brown hat re
turned from a visit to friends at
Carrollton and Miami.
Miss Fannie Kincaid arrived
Tuesday irom Fulton where she
tins btcualtcuding school.
Misses Mamie Smith and Flora
Morrison of Crctchcr, were shop
ping in our city Saturday.
Misses Lctta SteVens and Hatlie
Bealty left Thursday for Macon
City to spend their vacation.
Candles, nuts and fruits of al
kinds for Xmas can be obtained
cheaply at McCiuIey's dlG3t
Mrs. Georgia Brunaugh and
son, Noble, left Thursday morn
ing for St. Louis to spend the holi
days. Mrs. Will Nock, who came up
to attend the Campbell reception
Friday, returned home the same
A scries of meetings will begin
lu the First M. li. Church, Jan.
5i 1899. Kvcrybody cordially In
vited. Miss Kmlly Black will leave this
week for Columbia, where she
will spend the holidays with Miss
Arthur Vawtcr has quite a large
and Intel esting class lu Slater,
to which he gives instructions on
the mandolin, guitar and violin.
Bishop K. R. Hcmlrix, of Kan
sas City, preached at the M. 15.
Church, South, Sunday morning
and evening to a large congrcga
The M K. Church promises 1
unique oriental entertainment for
Jan. loth, In the way of a rcprc
saltation by forty living characters
in rich costumes.
Mr. Will Striker, one of the
popular nnd genial members of the
Striker Firm, entertained a mini
her of gentleman at a duck sitppci
one evening last week and a jolly
good time was had.
Mlssjulia Watts hats at last,
returned from an extended visit to
friends in Louisiana, who made
life so pleasant for her, that her
Marshall friends were Incoming
lug uneasy for fear she would not
return to them at all.
There will lw a thanksgiving
service in the auditorium of the
new M. IC. Church Christmas
nluht. The pastors and members
of all sister denominations are
cordially invited to join us hi our
W. M. BltATTV, P.istor.
Rev. W. W. Klwaug, wife and
little daughter, Abble lclt Thurs
day for Fulton, where they will
spent Christmas with relatives.
Mr. r.lwaug lias endeared liini
self to the people of the Presbyter
Inn church lu his short sojourn
among wan, ana win ever receive
from them a warm welcome.
Closing Out Sail.
I am going out of business and
am closing out my entire stock of
goods. All my new fumltur
bought for fall trade is now in.
I led Koom Suits,
the very latest in style and finish
in quality and finest, all go nt close
out pikes. My stock of Hardware
Is getting low. Do not wait too
long If you wish tocccure some of
the bargains we nre offering.
W. H. HUKt.
Hast Side Squar Marshall, mo.
Are about ripe,, and many persons arc in doubt as to
what arc the proper and most suitable things to give to their
friends. Let us suggest that nothing can lie more appreciated
than something that will be useful,
have on display a new and attractive Hue of Handsome
Shoes, Shirts, Neckties, Mufflers
Gloves, Collars, Cuffs,
and numerous other small articles that a gentleman will ap
preciate. They also have Iilegant Suits mid Overcoats, for
those who want to be MOMS LIBF.RAL with their gifts.
Some one has said that Tcnnyson.could take a useless
piece of (viper and write a poem on it and make it worth $65,000
And the people
That Vanderbtillt can write a few words on a small piece
of paper and make It worth $5,000,000.
That is defined as Capital.
A Mechanic can take material worth only $500, make it
auic can take material worth only $
They term that Skill.
I could so improve that it would
Marshall could so improve that it would equal some
That would be Enterprise.
iicntleman might wear a hat worth but $o eel
crs one at $5.00,
This would be good Taste,
There are people who buy good and fail to visit Our
Store before they make their purchases,
are people who buy good and fall ti
e they make their purchases,
Surely this is a Mistake.
Hero you will find Ctnitm, Cnjiilnl, Milt, J.'uUrjiriti,
nml Tutlt cDiiihliicil, vmi !' .11111 yrtiit miiiUrtioii. Don't
forget to visit
South .Side Square.
Mrs. T. W. Hunter and chil
dren, Harold and Iiuc, hac re
turned from a visit to relatives in
Bishop I-. R. Hcmlrix, of Kan
sas City will preach at the M. 1!
Church, South, Sunday morning
and evening next
Mrs. T. A. Bucklatid and Mis
Blanche Long of St. Louis will ar
rive Saturday to spend Christmas
with W. R. Dobyns and family
Mrs. Leslie Orear entertained a
niitulicr of friends at six o'clock
dinner Friday evening in honor
of Bishop Atwell, of Kansas City
Mrs. Dennis Lynch and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hildebraud of the
Shackelford neighborhood were in
the city interviewing old Santa
Rev. W. W. I-lwaug, wife and
daughter, Abble, Mrs. W- R.
Dobyns and Miss Buckland were
entertained Monday eve at the
home of Dr. J, 15, Harris, 011 Hast
Don't neglect to take a peep at
the Honx Bros, show window.
Considerable ingenuity i expended
to say nothing of the labor of the
artist, who displayed much taste
In the snow storm which Js very
realistic and Is attracting much at
tention. There will be a family reunion
at the home si P. II Rca. Mrs.
PhllOtt ond daughter Catherine
will arrive Monday from Sedalia,
and Kd Rea and wife, of Coffey
villc, Kansas, 011 Tuesday to
spend the week with P. II. Rca
Animated pictures, illustrated
songs and latest Spanish war
songs, Interspersed with readings
nnd recitations by Miss Beulah
I.urtnii, vocal and Instrumental
music by Miss Anita Tones at M.
, Church, Dec. 37th, aSlh and
s. Ik. -
call that Genius.
Miss Hliaheth Hancock was in
the city Saturday, the guest of
Miss Lula Lauikin. Miss Hancock
Is one of the committee on making
arrangements for the large recep
tion to be given by the XXX
club of Blackburn, 011 the 39th,
which will be a grand affair.
ABSIONEDS NOTICE TO OREDirORS.
Nulliu l liiTtliy given to all per
nn listing claims tjjulnil W. M,
Hall, ol Nation, a.illnot'u., Mluourl
(nailgnor), lately dnlug biulniM In
nld I'nwn, and (arming on "IhuiT
ton Farm" onc-lmlf mllu North ut rilit
Town, 10 prricnt Hie miuo with
rmtclicrt thereof duly mtlllml, to Hie
iindi'itlitni'il a-l;nrc. uliawM duly
appointed atlguco ol :ild Vt. M. Hall
for tho lirnrtlt of his rrfdllorr, nt uiy
olllco In Manlisll, Mlxourl, on tlie
-;! nl. '.Mill, nnd V.ilh ila) ut Jutitili.
IM'J. n 1 lull tit foMlm allowance
ol claims on tald days.
II.uiiiv 11. 1'aiuos.s,
dill IJvM Al'lgntf.
or any ollitr laillci who with to work
Can Earn Lots of Money
working fur 111 In tpare tlnm it homo
on uur clullit. Wo oITcr vou irood
clisnco In make plenty of ipeiiillng
money rainy, in leiiuro hours- Bonn
Ho. for cloth unit full directions for
work, and coiurueiico at oaco. Cloth
ent anywhere. Ailitrrit
WixoiukxtCo. (IM-K) Button, Mn
Money to Loan.
I am prepared lo loan money in
amounts from $1500 up ou real
estate at a . reasonable rate' of in
crest. Can be found at present at
the Recorder's office. After Jan,
1st, I will engage In the Real
F.slate business. Call and see roe.