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I'KIIMYi DltCliMIIKIt 2,1, iSyS
J LOCAL N1LWS.
I, Morltr, of Malta llctul, w.ii a
vliltor this week.
J. I.. Woodhridge has returned
fioui a trip lo Kansas City.
Mm. Will Huston ol Highland
win on tlic sick list tlilit week.
Charlie Tlioni'iion w.11 Inter
viewing our mcicnants Tuesday.
Miss Susie Henderson will leave
Monday for a short visit to Iter
parent;! at Glasgow.
Mr. nml Mrs. Hull, of Norton,
were nmoug lliom who shopped
lu Marshall Tuesday.
Robert Campbell, Sr., lias been
connncd to tlic liottso for some
day.s with n deep cold.
Dr Parmer, of Clinton, is the
Kneel this week nf his brother, M.
K l-'nrmer, of this city.
C M. Ili.ckticr mid family will
bo gl.esls of Mrs. Willie Wood for
the next week or ten d.ijs.
llishop Leonard was the guest
last week of Mrs. Jiary 15. Wilson.
I lie gvnllem.m is n nephew
den of Deer
I.'. oss mid son, Dry
iiidge, Montana me
visiting Mrs. Mary
1'.. King on
tvvst ArrowS t.
Judge Job n w. Hughes, of Ken
lucky, it brother of Lea Hughes,
spent two -days with the latter this
week. Mr. Hughes was enroute
to Kentucky from Arkausus.
Mrs. (). Koux was the ngrvcabtc
hostess to n few friends ni supper
Monday evening nt ner pleasant
home on i;xst North St. Those
present wi sc Will Cower nud the
Misses Ci jurcb, of Jcffe'fton City,
There will be a wedding ao
time soon on Vest St.
Tom Home, of Arrow Rock,
was in the city Monday.
Logan Channel!, of near Mt.
Leonard was down Tuesday.
Mrs. Price Withers, of I'alrvllle,
was In shopping Wednesday.
A. II. Stewart Is expected home
Saturday to maken little visit.
Mrs. Witislow, of the county,
was In the city shopping Tues
Mls Willie Cotes, of Wanama-
kcr, Is the guest of friends lu the
Miss Minnie Vance will be up
Saturday to spend the holidays at
Dr. 1). M. Spoils, of Dlackburn
was down Tuisday, the guest of
S. W. Arrncntrout will come in
Saturday lo spend Christmas with
Humphrey Lynch, of Sb.ickcl
ford helped to swell the crowd here
U. A. Limbeck, wife mid daugh
ter Hard, of Malta Ilcnd, were In
the city Monday.
Ucv. 15. 15. Morris is lu St. Louis
this week attending the C. 1'.
Hoard of Missions.
Miss Mary Northern will leuve
raturuay lor .Mexico to make a
visit to her mother.
Mcsdamcs. Simon Dow nud I'M
llaskin of Malta Ilcud were lu
Little Ruddy Holtclaw, who
has liecn so very ill, Is, we nre
glad to say, on the mend.
Holland Scott of Kemper Acad
emy, lloonville, arrived Thursday
to spend Christmas nt home.
Mr. Richardson, of Columbia,
w ill nrrivc Saturday for n visit to
Holland Scott, on Arrow St.
Miss Jennie 1 Male of Sweet
Springs will sciid the holidays
with S. T. Hunter and family.
Charles Chaplinu and little sister
Helen will siieud Christmas Day
with relatives nt Sweet Springs.
Horn lo City Marshall Smith
nud wife nt their home in West
Marshall, n ten pound hoy, Moil
day Dee. n;.
llryant Knsou, of Kansas City,
is expected to arrive on Saturday
for n visit to John Ilryant's family
on I'npitol Hill.
Ola (rcci.iu itliirned Thursday,
ncconiMiiied by Mrs. (irccian, n
sister-in-law from Kansas who is
ciiroutu to Hlosscr for the Holidays.
Miss Nellie Kennedy, of Shack
elford, and the Misses Hurt, of
Hoiistoiiia, all pupils at the, con
vent, left Priday lo sjiend the holi
days nt their homes.
There will hi nn "Old Maids'
Convention" Thursday night,
given by the ladies of the P.csby
tetian chinch for the benefit of the
church hi lll.icklmni.
.Mrs. r. 'rayior. who was
taken violently ill at the llaptist
lUiurcli Mtuday morning and had
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w ifw ..(Kilt IIUIUV III II cuhiukc, IS
villi I..,. I-..-!....
Charles Chaplain will nrrivc the
last of the week from lloonville to
spend his vacation, He will be
nccompank-d by two young friends,
Roy Williams and young Mr. Hn
veil, who will be his guests during
Mrs. C. I!. Denny of Armstrong
arrived Sunday for n short visit to
her daughter, Mrs. lidu.ond llrown
on Hast Arrow, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Drown will return with Mrs. Den
ny to spend Christmas week nt
Miss Kuima, Morris wilt spend
the holidays with friends lu Mar
shall. W. H. Fletcher was absent from
his place of business the first of
John Mlkels, of Salt Springs,
was the guest df friends In our
Mr.' T.J. Ycrby left Tuesday
for Dallas, Texas, where he will
spend the winter.
Mrs- Attic Smith ol the county
was buying Christmas presents In
our city Wednesday.
Little Shelton Houx has been
quite sick this week, but is better
at the present writing.
Mrs. P. C, Ariuculroiit nud
daughter were in from their subur
ban home Wednesday.
Goorge .Davis, of Ann Arbor,
will arrive this week to spend the
Holidays with his parents.
Miss Laura Orcar of Orearvllle
Is the guest of Ma). N. C Orear
and family on Hast Arrow St,
Miss Zoula l'eikcr. of (,'asgow,
arrived Tuesday for a short visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Ira llolsUni.'
Dcvcrc Jackson nrrived this
week from Lexington to spend
Christinas witli the home folks.
Miss Stem, nn aunt ol Mrs.
Leslie Orcar. lias returned from n
short visit to relatives at Cilasow.
l'rof. Carriugtou ill spend Sun
day with his wife in Marshall nud
will return Monday to Jefferson
Miss Margaret Krvin, of I'ajette
who teaches in tlic Slater schools
was the guest of Mrs. Vance on
Mrs. Otis rcmbcrtoii and moth
er, Mrs. Hickman, of the Stater
ueighliorhood, were in shopping
We nre glad to lie able to say
that little Nellie Ituff, who has
ken very 111 with U phold fever, is
Leslie Orear came down from
Lexington Saturday night and
spent Sunday with his family, and
returned Monday morning.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. John Recce, of
Sedalia, guests of Dr. 1. S. Leach
and wife, left Wednesday for their
home, after a most pleasant visit.
Mrs. II. lf. Sheppard nnd sons,
Ha) liss and Howard, arrived Wed
nesday from Denver to spend tlic
Holidays with Mr. Sheppaid and
On account of sickness, Misses
Harriet, Chlorisiind Annie Iiurie
with their luuthers, Vance nnd
William, will spend Christmas
with relatives nt Oilliam.
The following young gentlemen
from a distance will sH:nd Christ
mas in the city nnd attend the
Mistletoe reception: Hamilton
Dawes, from New York, John It.
1'rench, Harry 1.. Roodniu, Dan
W. McLean, all of Kansas ( 'ity.
Mrs. Jauie llerrymau has re
turned from a visit to her son,
William, and family nt Kansas
City, iiccompanicd by Master
Jnmes llcrrynian, the manly little
fellow who made the only speech
nt the Midland Hotel on Thanks
giving. James Is a bright boy,
and his young friends rejoice that
no win spend v nristmas in .Mar.
We nre sorry lo learn that John
King of Shackelford, has had an
other attack of blood poison from
which lie suffered a year ago. He
left Wednesday accompanied by
his sister, Knte, for St. Louis
where he goes for treatment, Mr.
Jerome Prior nud wife nlso ' ac
companied Mr. King and his sister
They will stx'iid the Holidays in
the city with relatives.
i It Is Time
To llegln PROSPUTINO on Your XMAS Presents,
for Choosing from a New nnd omplclc Stock, You
will be Much Hotter Satisfied than waiting tilt the
very last, to choose from a picked over stock.
THE MARSHALL BOOK STORE
Have Opened up nn Hlcgnnt Line of
New and Nobby
which they will be pleased to have you call nud examine.
You wilt find tint the most reasonable prices nre marked up
on goods of the highest quality and design.
We have the finest line of PK'Tt'RK MOl'LDINOS
carried in this city. Hrlng your pictures nnd have
them framed, as we frame them up-to-date nud cheap.
v. ID. HICKS.
Mrs. 15. 15. Morris will enter-!
tain Miss Hlla Jamison, of llolivar,
Mo., Christmas week lit hei home
" Odell. j
Miss Nora Robertson, who
leaches school at Stark, Msi., will (
arrive Friday to spend Christmas'
Mrs. Luclau 11. Wright has re
turned to her home nt lloonville,
niter a pleasant visit to Mrs. Lutie
I'. II. Wilhitc, ol Salisbury,
will nrrivc Saturday to spend
Christmas with his family at II
M. Spencer's in the west end.
The Pact nnd I'ictioti Club will
not meet ngain until after the old
year has departed and the new
I'rtir it iQri ltftrf r-ntti If ti'ltl
mrtt wit.. MUs llnctlsnd. Is.,. ,
Will Catron Ronton writes that
he will not be home for the Holi
days. He Is very much interested
in his studies, is a hard student,
and is miking close application to
his work- He will no doubt prove
an honor to his class.
Prof. K. :. Hramlou of the Mia
'ml I'niversity at Oxford, Ohio.
will arrive on t'riday afternoon to
spend his vacation with his father,
J. C. Ilraudon, and family. It
will be a happy home gathering,
tlic Professor having been away
over n year. lie has spent several
mouths hi Paris since lie left
Miss Ilautchmouchcr, who has
lieeu head trimmer for Miss Angle
Thompson for some months, left
Saturday tor her home in ,St.
Louis. Miss HautcliiiKHicher was
I n refined and lovely character and
I should be congratulated upon the
many warm friends she has left in
Marshall who join with the Rn
itiii.ican in wishing the young
lady abundant success wherever
she may locate.
Dr. Criflin of Texas is in the
city holding n gospel meeting nt
the North St. .Mclropoliilau M. It.
Church. He comes to vis well
recommended by a hundred thous
nnd white people of the South.
The Dr. has a gospel charier from
the Stat J of Texas, signed by the
Secretary of State. Also seven
hundred newspapers give their
voice in this recommendation,
His gospel meeting here is largely
attended by white nnd colored- He
is helping the church spirituilly
and financially, lie has preached
five of his stirring sermons; broth
ers and sisters are shouting and
praising the Lord in the highest.
He will preach n special sermon
for the wiiltc people before leaving
the city. Subject, "Six million dry
tioi.es coming together". He goes
from here to St. Louis and then to
Dk. J. DhUok, Pastor.
MsS Mattle llrown who has
been in Indlana)lis for some lime
w nrrivc Saturday morning to
take charge of Miss Angle Thotnp-
win's business, while she goes to
Knox City to nurse her sister. Miss
Amanda, who is very ill. Miss
llrown Is a first class milliner and
one of the very licst that Marshall
has ever had. She was with Mrs.
arrant too long to need any in
troduction to Marshall people.
Miss Mary Qitiglcy is. we are
sorry to say, going to give up
Hotel Hurt, it being necessary, on
account of her health, to seek a
warmer climate- Miss Quigtey
has made n success of the hotel
and whoever takes the manage
ment of it, will find it lu n thrifty.
I PWI-ciolw Conditio...
stand there nre several parties
thinking or leasing it, 1). A.
Parley, of Versailles, among
BaJJin Patli of Mn. 8. It WarrrD.
'Mm Ml.Muli itrnlli ol .Mi,, S, II,
U'urron on I'liiirxtavmglit nl Si-.l illi,
was a crfnl tlwnk In Uer rilalite
and Irli-nd-; Iiv li uliiu Ihsmi III lirr
iiil IifhIiIi ili, it I -1 , i iH'fuiii nnd tm
l.iund iluml in !!
Tl, tlri'i-awt wut l.rll knn hi IVt-
. l,ilfn)Hi , Sllllii, i-iiillitl,,
nml Mat iiiili, iruiiilni'iil In iini,. .il
Hri'li-v Sim was 0.1 ji-ara otngit mid
wn an hiiiiI "1 llr. .1. W. l'nri-r.
Tin' funiiral luuli plilr mi Smml.-i) ut
Sis-bli :ni'l tl- ri'iimliu tvi'tu Imrli'd
at llovr, In l-ilujrlte Co
We have lioys saddles for Sj.jo,
3-75. ?I-S. fo and 8.
Our ia.jo boys saddles can not
We have Men's saddles for S$,
5, 0, fjs and io etc.
Our K man saddle is n daisy.
We have whips for 5c. ioc, 15c,
sue. 25C 3Sci -SC, 75c, t and
Our 4m: and 75c through raw
hide whip is the best in Saline Co.
We have Lap Robes for I, 30
.JS. $i.5. z.4o; fc,, f5 $6(
?7, , io, and $13,
35 per cent dlscouut in nit lap
Yours for business,