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" MARSHALL MPTJULICAN
Blf. STOCK SALE!
On Tuesday, September 24th, 1912
WE will hold our Seventh Annual Sale of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep, etc., at our farm, five miles
west of Nelson, five miles south of Napton, six miles northwest of Blackwater, and fourteen miles
southeast of Marshall, Mo. Will meet trains arriving at Nelson over Missouri Ry. from both ways in time
A fine lot of high-grade pcrchcron marcs,
broke to work, and bred to an extra good
A few bred to jacks.
Several three- and four-year-old fillies,
mostly broke and all bred to horse.
A splendid lot of draft bred yearling fillies
. and horse of unusual merit.
Some saddle-bred marcs and horses, harn
ess horses, etc.
A nice lot of horse cotls, mostly draft bred.
These mules are mostly threes, coming
fours, have made a crop this and are well'
broken; a few unbroken. The majority of
them are extra good large mules and are all
now in good shape.
Several extra good aged mules, five, six
and sevcu. Will be sold in matched pairs and
A few good yearling mules.
CATTLE AND SHEEP.
100 head of yearling steers and heifers, all bought locally as calves last fall and they are good. Will be sold in lots of
90 head of native sheep, mostly Shropshire breeding ewes', some ewe lambs and a nice bunch of feeder buck lambs.
Sale Begins Promptly at 9:30. : Dinner Served by Church Ladies. : Terms of Sale: Jb"hNorteBank
L. W: & R. HOLLAND SCOTT,
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CHAS. HUDSON, )
CHAS. HIERONYMUS, Auctioneers.
HARRY HUDSON, I
W. H. Gilliam Farm The "Net"
As reported last week thin place Is tho nnme of the big fifteen thou
will pans into tho handH of Henry sand dollar serlul Btory which will
C. Dels on Mursh 1st, aH owner, appear" in The Weekly Kansas City
It Is ono of tho oldest landmarks, Star soon, for tho newspaper
one of those jnro spots of historic rights of which the author receive
interest that are fast giving placo'ed $15,0J0. The story, pronounced
modern Improvements. It Is sad the greatest this popular novelist
that some of these old places can has written, will not bo published
not be preserved Intact to remind as a book until it has run serially
us of the pioneer days of our lath, in uus nowwspaper.
and against that slnhter back-ltlon prlco of Tho Wcokly Kansas
ground tho nuthor has thrown tho City Star Is 25 cents a year.
Bofter colors of an absorbing and Subscrlbo now and avoid missing
fascinating love story. The story, a copy. Address,
while tragic In tone, has the hu- Tho Weekly Kansu. City Star,
mor, sprlghtllness and action that Kansas City, Missouri,
havo characterized his previous
successes. ., ,
ers, heir battles in carving out of
a wilderness tho civilization and
blessings that is tho heritage of
this generation. This historic
place wwub entered nbout 1818 by
Thomas Shackelford's father and
owend by him until 1810 when af-
ter passing through several hands
It was finally purchased by Judge
V. T. ailllam. W. n.. ailllam then
besnmc the owner who owned It
thus for over 39 years. The dwell
Ing on the farm is a story and a
half brick built probably "5 years
ago. The brick of which thcttiouso
is built were manufactured on the
farm, by, so tradition has It, the
large number of slaves owned by
the landlord in a bygone age. The
ratters are solid burr oak 4x6, the
slllc burr oak 3x10, all hewn out
and as solid .as thev were the day
they twere put In place. The walls)
o: the House are m incncs in tnicx
ness and for the most part still
stand Intact after noarly a century
of utorm and weather. Tho trim
mings at the base consists of largo i
sawn stone, eorao about IS feet J
long, 18 Inches In width and about
C In-.hea thrrgh. Theie to6, were
nvfarrled oat by slire, on Salt
Fork In th long ago. The house '
formerly consisted of. about fif
teen rooms but tber slave quar
ters which formed apart of the
hoac? have Ion? since bean torn
clown The styl of t 'flitter turn re
mlnda on? o( the large p'iihtfltion, -
o; vlrg nla ami tne; eoirnnnr, us
6 baid;l: hailed from th'sf'stntc,
Wc undvrGtaqd Mr Deil will re
place Uils relic, of. a former age' and.
parly life and custom of 'this coup
' try( by a modern struflturp in the
next, few: yoars. ' ? '
The' form is lenown all over Ith'e
Fjlling the Silo
"The Net" will be contlnuod In rnrn ( rwulv to ha out for
liberal installments oach week, Intro when tho orraln Is In tho dent
this nowwspaper. with flfteon powerful Illustrations nmi giazod, Jiut can sUU bo brok-
Tho themo Is the Italian Mafia, by Howard Giles. The subscrlp- on w:th tho thumb nail. At tills
stage under normal codaltlons the
t two or three bottom leaves ,wlU be
turning brown and. the shuck willl
bo turning yellow at tho end Ther
la greater danger of putting up si
lage too dry rather than ooo moist
In a stave silo the staves should
'bo tightened up to exclude tho air
und generally loosened alittlo af
ter tho silage swells the staves.
Tho inside wall of a concrete silo
should 'bo washed with a thin mix
turo of, cement and water every
two or three yearB. This fills tho
pores and keeps the air from tho
t ' It will tako at least six teams to
young men I
JL and smart dressers I
Couple Take French Leave
W. A. Atwood, a young man
ahout 35 years old, who had been
Human Tool Chest
Chicago, IlL, SepU 7. Whon phy
sicians operated upon John Mar-'
tlnor ut tho County Hospital tooay working for John Stophons for
to learn .what had caused "terrlbloj several months, disappeared Wed
palns In his stomach," thoy found. nesday of last week, taking with
10 pockot 'knives, 17 nails, 5 knlfo him Mrs, Pearl Footo, a widowed
blades, a dozen scrows and a all- daughter of Mr. Stophons,
vor dollar. It Is said tho couple took with
For eighteen years Martlncr who them a number of things from
has beon known to Chlcagoans as the house to which they woro not
"tho human tool chest," swallowed ontttlod and that Atwood had
tho articles on wagers. sold nnumbor of things ho had
"Eating knives and alt that stuff borrowed from neighbors, among
never hurt me," sold Martlnor be- them a set of O. O. Lyon's har
foro tho operation, "but sometimes ness to B. 'F. Barnes,
I'd get 'terrible pains In my atom-' Tho couple -went to DeWItt,
ach." . whero Atwood cashed two checks
Physicians pronounced the opor one of $30 and tho other of $10,
atlon as successful, Martlncr Is 30 to which ho had forged Stephen's
yoars old and ' a laborer. name. i ' . I ! M N
"All of tho articles were lodged ( Atwood has boon in trouble be
In a corner of the stomach," salld fore. Fobruary 14, this year, while
tho surgeon who operated on (Mar- ho was working at a farm hand
tin or. "An ulcer had formed and for Mr. Stophons, he was. arrested
tho, man would have died within a by Constable A. S. Taylor on or
month If dio had not boon oporat-, dcrs of Sheriff Ed Haynle, who
od upon." had Information from a town in
Ten of the knives taken from Kansas charging that Atwood had
who are looking for the latest
styles in hats, are especially invited
to see our new advance styles of
We have the gingery vstuff for young
men. Come in today.
Soft and Derbys, - $3.50 to $5.00
"No-Name' Hats, the greatest valiid
ever offered in hats, for - $3.00
U..tlJ. . L.J 1 I. . nntl,AM 1 1 .
keep the average alage cutter . ... tUnt. Ua ,..,.,, . ..5
tin.v Pom ahoiild not ho cut "u "ecu n.j u.iig w mum,
ftSar S lr t w!ll d?y dls.olvod bj, gastric Juices. The disappeared. He was taken to
fcftUoo much. Two mon ahould wooden, handlo knlvea wero intect. Kansas to answer to the charge.
pari duTrt&inSeZge" w" tn Tho aUvor doUar which Martlner "turned here
tf. wi,r .li jti,iK'frt swallowed ten years ago was as and said he had come back, to
rr..,U nf .rtuun vhf W " ,f tho coin had, Just come mako good and show tho people
te,TSs btiaai ch"'" h'VL
U(,n;-!t, i fv,A . ,,i stomach had kept tho silver .in a unjust.
the-'waus 'than in th center and ,,.,.. n.i..i v,,.f i. Ai ,
next to tho walls. The, tramping is mr . ,', . anA t'A ,!. I tu
especially to keop oitt" the"1 air. J. f. - ,i,,. , m,i v--,- i
S .S HI J Krl "-S1 ilortlngj's stomach wn house on the farm of Alex Burn-
to stand two or three days and ru -7t, - 3 iin- A . .ide and r Hvino-
Finish filling tho silo bjr running mnA -i.i. -.uti.tu . it. iWnH .. .. -
,m.a waa or grass or weoiM. inia iif,,iB , . vounsr man (inV . i.
wi)V rot andste top and pre- "Tr. , f. UgBinSt
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ttom .barrel '.,mf:t&l iun rdieipl
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