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I VOLUME XXII
MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1913
JOHN H.3S, bm o' Mr. and
Mrs. H'Hsr.1 Hoo , of Waninuk i
d,ed at hi homi Tuesday n'ght
alter an op?rat'on performed Sun
Jay by two ScdalHn phytlelans for
appendlclts. Ht hid been 1 1 bu
a very thcrt t me. He In survived
by a young bride who wjs Miss
Bess'e Wa lter, 'Iiuj'iter a Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Walker of the aamc
neighborhood. The funeral ar
rangements hive not been miJ
as thay r wu'tlng for worJ from
a brother '.n Nevada. Th dcatlii
n unuaua'ly Bad one under the
e'reumhtuncea. The young mn
was a V young fellow wlthnrny
fr':nd. We Join 'n extending
hwrlfelt r.ympithy to the bereft
. MHS. E,1ZA WILLIAMS- Was
lorn Nov. 29, 1810 In Pulaski coun
ty, Ky., nn. I d'6d at Cnldw2ll, Knn
, aB, Nov. 18, 1912, nged 71 year?,
11 months and 20 days. She was
marr'cd to Jno. L Williams In Pct
t'ji county, on Sept. 6, 1838. The
ch'&dron o" this union were Charles
E., Dud'ey H, John T., Oney V.
V rginla P. and Ephr.ilm B. All ar;
living exrept John T. and Virginia
K., who proceeded the'r mother to
the grave by revcra' yeara.
She was converted In early life
and was a member of ths Chris
tian church for nuny years.
Alter go'ng to Kansas ahe with
Ivor husband Joined the Baptist
church at Locust Qrovc, Kansas
There she was a meniber ut the
time of her death.
Mr. Williams and family were
formerly residents of the Antloch
nei'ghb:rh-o 1 and th;m ny frl n "a
of the fam'ly wll'. be pi'ned to
hear of Mrs. WilllamV death. The
fam'iy .have the sympathy of all In
th'n sorrow. Sweet Sp-in".a Hei
ARTHUR JOnNSON after btlrg
til for more than a year, died at
tlic horn? of his step mother, Mrs.
Kettle Johnson, last Sunday morn
ing of consumption at tho ago" of
The funjrii scrv'cos conducted
by Rev. W. P. Roberta, was held
at Mt. Horoh, and his remains In
terred 'n tho church yard nt that
place, Monday afternoon nt 2.30.
tTho 'deceased was the son of the
late .Willjinv Mead Johnson and
vfan, n wtr hy and Industrious man.
IJla atop mother was very dovotod
to him- and during all his Illness
lm wntchod nnd cared for him.
lyoplngthat lie might be nursed
lack tb health and strength.
no was a member of the Mjic
cnbeo lodge, at this place and mem
Vrs of that fraternal organization
actod ns pall bearora.-SUtcr Rust-
err, but thla winter was Janitor at
L'ncoln school. He left the school
at 3 o'clock Wodnesdny and took
vory sick, dying as a result. H?
was about sixty year.? old and ,i
good man. He was Jan'tor nt M
V. C. for many yeirs. die 'a :ur
ved by his w'fe. '
.john nuarrn c'.d nnj'tr
(if the' County nom?, 'd'etl thero
Wednesday at 3 a.m. at tho ugc
rif about 80 ypara'. He had been
tliere long and his mind wns. so
fpeVc if)t roth'ng h 'tnown r
his previous life. His remains
wore laid to rest In the potters
fjoCd In, the cven'ng.
; CLAUD STEVERSON, col., of
Salt Pond, died at the homo of his
matco in Silt Springs on Jan. 2d,
aged 28 years. Ho wns kicked by
a ihujc, two years ago ana uia in
Juries brought on cancer of the
bowels. Ilia, funeral was held Sut
urday and was conducted by Re.Vs
Reynolds of this city, assisted by
several follow pnntors. Tho young
man 'Itqre a 8ltP.ndld reputation
and Ws (death Is a sad oss to tho
'family and' friends.
REV. DANIEL HAWKINS, col.,
'died suddenly yesterday morning
Wwas aFreo Will Baptist prench?
The Marshall Pltchplayers nre re
modeling their horn?, also known
as tho Evans Club Room, on Sou'.h
Lafayette. Thoy w'U rep Int, re
furnish, repapcr and remodel the
tho place Into a thing of beauty
RobL Evans Is president and Jl:n
Scott la secretary and treasurer
The following ar th "miln pi
law:" J'm Scott, Camlllui Harntls,
Tom Wisdom (not .a member of the
firm of Witt & Wisdom Mace Pr
ry, CydiO.no Hrown, Red Paco.i
Ned Herr'.ng, Celcbratad Jewel'
Hums, Erneat Putseli, lloli Smth
Claude Evans, Jim Amlcraon, Sim
Evans, Jake Hcrg, Jos Wr.n';e:
and John Lambnt. Hours 7.10 n.
m. to 6 p. m, The treasurer was
busy yesterday canvassing th-
memberahlp trying to ralto funds
for a ton of coal.
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining uncallod for In the
Marshall, Mo., post office, January
8, 1013. If not called for within
two weeks these letters Wll be
sent to the dead letter office.
Miss Mayllo S mmon'.
Meadumes T. O. Sedberry, Stella
Jones, D'ck Dowllng, Jcnn'e Allen.
Mr. John Ila'.ley, C. C. Huff, Disk
L. W. VANDYKE, P. M.
One of the holiday aoason's big
surpr'aei was ths mtrriaga ol W.
S. Newell and M-s Alice Tulk.r on
In Kansas City Thursday. At
'.cast theso nr3 thi con:luj'ons ns
they took out license that Jay.
Mrs. Ncwe'.l had. gone to visit
fr'end3 and Mr. Newell of course
had business th?rc. No one hers
knew of the'r Intentions, and they
know little more now. They give
the'r. ages as "over 21' so they art
no doubt nblc to take care ol them
selves till they got home, when
the ne'ghbori will enterta'n nnd
take care of them for awhile nt
Mr. Newell Is one of our wealth
iest and moit prominent clthcna
Mrs. Ncwe'.l was Ihe widow .of the
late Wm. Fnlkerion and a sl&ttro
Chas. Oorrell. She Is one of our
most cst'mab'.e ladles. Their
names have been Hnlcod for a Ion?
time In rum dm.
The f'rst thing Jhcinsed oi.ou
streets when tip news r:ache J Ma
ahall was tho chnr'va-l. H.ivlnr a-
many fr'cnds and ncuiialnMn oj 1
waa thought necessary to divide
them Into companies. Tip first
company to Meh"vare' the firs'
evening, the next compmy the
second evening after their return
home, nnd so on till nl' liiv hid
clvnnce. This miy reriul.-c n
week" or so and in tin mcantim? It
Is uncertain wlurc thoy wll re I "c
an th.s may enuio thorn to sele't
tholr horn? n good ways from
town. Here's our pnrt of tip program
Wo 'don't xps:t to attend
charivari, but wo'reg o.od for
least ten cigars.
New Public Building
Tho will of the late James D
Lanktord bequoatha tho Interest of
n fifth of hla estate to the main
tenance of nhnll and library If
such building Is erected and library
InatalloJ by our citizens within two
Tho estate Is worth approximate
ly $100,000 although no appratement
has been made yet. This would
crcato an incomo of about $1210,
Tlib hall must have n seating ca
pacity of 1500.
Tho will alao provldea that tho
building, hall and library ahall be
under the management nnd con
trol of tho Confederate Veterans
and U. D. C. ladles. Thla provla-
lon makes the building more of n
sectional than public nnture.
Jas. A. Gordon is handling tho
matter and called n meeting .it
tho Farmers Savings Rank Wednes
day to dlscuqa tho matter nnd
atops were taken .towards aocuring
a library from Andrew Carnegie.
Tho Bites under consideration are
tho EagleA lot and Mra. Lutle Jack
son's lot north of tho Odell Ave:
C. L. Roppenhagnn Wednesday,
purchased the big brick residence
adjoining Robcrtflon's Hvery barn
on West North street froin Mrs.
Willie Young and oa soon as thl
weather permits will erect u fire
proof gnrago on the iot after tear
ing down tho building.
We acknowledge t ie 'o lowing
announcement "Mr. W, S. Newel',
Mrs. Alice Fulkeraon, married Jan
uary the floconJ, nineteen hundred
nnd th'rteen, Kansas City. Mo. At
home after January ISth, Marshall
Mo." We Join In extending thenr
congr.itulat'ons nnd nho.irly welcome.
Marriage License j
Matt Elsoa, Sweet Springa,
Tosoa Lewla, Alma.
Our don Ruck or, coL, ilaraluill
Lena Adams; coi, JklnrRhal', ;
John n. Wrner, col., Rlackbum
Muggins Weaver, cot, Hlackburn. j
Oroila Turk, col. Malta Rend t
Mkittle nrowri, col., Malta' Bend, j
FOR SALE Mamoth .bronze tuif
lcoya. Tonvs $5.00, Qiona. $3, Slredi
by one of Gov. Hndloy's Mammoth
Bronze Toms. iMrs. L. W. Schanz,
rftL 1, Blue Licit, JIo.
I. N..'Klea iof Fayo, Okb., .-Is
vialtlng Honry Oalvorta. thla iweok.
We have moved to the Farmere Bank
Building, Mouthea$t corner of ihe
square where we will be pleated to
have you call antl eee ut.
' Liberal Reductions on Winter
. t,. , Mtiltner,
ley, Edwin Barge?, R. A. Tussey,
Charl'e Zahl, Leslie Johnsor, Frir.k
Hess, Mesdam's R. A. Tii'a?y, Les
lie Johnson, Frank H"sh, Clnrlie
Zahl and M's3 Elizabeth Tu sy.
On Tuesday n'ght of last w. ek
a New Year's Eve iarty wa
i nt the country home of Misses
Hannah nnd Freda Hoener.
Dur'mg tho evening varlKJin gm
o wcro played and music render
ed by several young men and lad
les, was onjoyed very mcuh b n'l
Re'reahmeata of fruit salad nnd
angol food csk1 were tcrvc '.Abo t
b xty guests were present. Those
from a d'stance wore James Da
moss of Holcomb, KanaaB anJ Chns
Demons of Marshall.
They nil departed at nlate hour
wishing oach other many more
Harry Cl'ft and Mies Eather Car
ter were married Sunday, Dec. 23,
at high-noon at Mnr'hall, Rev. D.
C. Bolton orf clntlng.
Joe Courts and M'as Opil Coss-
aurt were the attendants. Fol
lowing the wedding a reccji' or
waa tendered the young coup'e by
the groom's parentu, Mr. nnd MrJ.
?rman Ol'ft nt their country
homo nt wh'ch the family and n
few cloae fr'eida w r? p'fl nt. The
groom la one of. our populsr yo.'n
farmera. The bride Is the daugh
ter of Bob .Carter. We wish the
young couple n happy car'cr o
life filled with p'easuro, usefulncsh.
Fr'onds ol D.inl?l Darando Po ttr
of thla city, received the nnnou c -
mont tliia week of his com'ng mar
riage, on Jan. 15th to MUs Jencatte
Gertrude Fulmor, of Syracuu'.New
York., She la the daughter of F.
O. Fulmcx, si wealthy citizen o'
SjTacuse, nnd a 'very handsome
and cultured young lady.
The marriage Is tho outcome of
a Jove, ana r oegun wncn one
taught n ahcrt t'm? at the Colony
Boveral yeirs ago, She made mniy
fr.'onda here during her short stay
by her planning mannera.
A home wedd'ng that united two
of tlie most popular young pro-
plo of thla neighborhood was bo'.-
omnlzed at the home of Mrs. Har
riet Johnson, one mile north of
Wanamnker, Thursday Die. 26, at
11.30 o'clock when her daughter,
Mtaa Alma, became the bride of W;
J. Roid of Houstonlu.
Tho house wob beautifully dec
orated in holly, mistletoe, and oth
er ayralbola of tho Christmas sea
son and the) ceremony wns said by
tho Rev. A. Sterling, of Smlthton.
Tho young people arc both well
known and well liked and both
will have tho sincere wiahes of all
for their future happiness.
An elegant dinner was served
after which tho young coup.e
drove to Marshall and departed on
the Chicago & Alton to places of,
fotereat in the West.
They will he at home after Jan
uary 1st at the groom's ( home
seven miles east of Houstonla.
Among the invited guests were
Mra. America Reld, Mr. aSd Mrs.
M. ShwJelmeier and children, Al
bert oivd' kln? Reld, of Houstoiio,
The Chr'stlan Endeavor Society
of the Herndon C. P. Church mot
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Henley'a Tuesday evening' Dec. 31,
1012. The evening was spent in
music und games. Refreshments
of cake, p'ck'.es and coffee were
rervod which seemed to be enjoy
ed by nil.
Tho pie 'contest brought the
the who'. house down to n hearty
laugh. It was Jol'y to ace the boys
eat'ng pie so fast. Those whotcok
part In the contest were Joe Held,
Eugene Hilton, Harry Herndon nnd
Joo Stephens. Eugene captured
the prize ns he waa the first one of
the four to finish his pie. l he
pr'ze was n nice little box of M1r-
onrl Rnls'.ns, In other words pcr-
M'r.s Mildred Taylor, Miss Cor-
'ne Little, Percy Taylor nnd Hnrry
Hcr.tdon tr'cd eating the swinging
tnir apples. Harry nnd Percy were.
winners in this race, but tho writ-
vr fated to learn what the prize
At nlate hour after thanking Mr
and Mrs. Henley for n Jolly good I
time, the guests dcpirted for their I
homes Just ns the church bell was
ftttiging out uio oiu, nnu ringing in
the New Year.
Following nre.' the names of those
present. If tho wr ter has over
looked anyone it was through mlt-
take. Mrs. W. B. mil, Mrs. J. I)
Jackson, Mr. nnd Mrs John Sh il'n
burgar, Mr. and Mrs, Jams Hern
don, Mr. nnd Mrs, W. A. 1111, Mrs.
Fonw'ck, iMrs. Chancy, Mr nn
Mrs. Fred Huff, Mr nnd Mrs. R. N.
Taylor, Misses Ida Richards, Hnt-
fe .Hrridon, Nellie Hilton, Minnie
Rlggltw, M'.ss Reld, Essie Keith
Mo'.l'e Hilton, Mildred Taylor,
The'.ma Juckson, Corlne Little, Mel
v.a Feawlck, Helen Hilton Eunice
Hilton, Mabel nenloy, J. T. Bishop
W. F. Dean's, James Lltt'e, John
Garvin, Rud Faulcknor, nur. Hern
don, JTomcr miton, Percy Taylor,
Roland Aulgur, Joo Stephens, Eu
gene dlilton, Sidney Henley, Roy
Aulgur, John Hold, Joe Reld, Earl
Hilton, Claud Hilton, Floyd Den
nis, Carl Lomlcr. A Guest,
NEW YORK RACKET
Our Big Clearing Sale starts
next week. Wait for it. We will
have the greatest lot of bargains
ever sold in Marshall. In the mean
time you can buy from us
17 lbs. Cane Granulated Sugar J$1.00
4 lbs. fancy Roasted Coffee 1.00
Northern Burbank Potatoes, per bu. .75
8 bars Lenox Soap .25
2 pkgs. Macaroni .25
Full Cream Cheese, per lb .25
4 large Grape Fruit .25
Extra large Grape Fruit .10
Fancy Northern Cabbage, per lb. .02
Choice cooking Apples, per pk. .20
1 gallon choice Kraut .25
1 gallon choice Pickles .30
3 lbs. fancy Raisins .25
3 lbs. seedless Raisins .25
3 pkgs. seeded Raisins .25
1 qt. jar Queen Olives 25
3 1-lb. sections Comb Honey .50
2 lbs. fancy Evaporated Apples .25
Choice Prunes, per lb. .10
Country Walnuts, per bu. .50
8 ' 3 lbs. fancy Pecans .50
III Q 11-.C m'v-nrl TMitfo Z(
French Peas, per can .20
2 cans Early June Peas .25
3 big cans Kraut .25
3 big cans Pumpkin .25
3 big cans Hominy .25
2 bier cans Sweet Potatoes .25
Small can Asparagus .15 j
juuigu uuii .iju.rugus cj
Pan Cake Flour, per pkg. .10
35c bottle Maple Syrup .27
60c bottle Maple Syrup .39
3 cans choice Corn .25
25c can Baking Powder .10
We have a few of those fancy Jonathan Apples
left, order a box quick.
Just received another car of genuine Saginaw
Salt the kind that don't get hard.
We are buying some extra fancy Beef now
and want to urge all who want the Best Meat to or
der from us. We save you money and give you bet
ter meat than you can get elsewhere. .See us for a
choice Roast or a tender Steak, also Fresh Pork.Sau
sage, Cured Bacon, Hams, Lard, Mutton and every
thing usually kept in a first-class meat market. Re
member we keep "Everything for Everybody" and
our mottoes are "Cash Sales and Small Profits" and
"No Trouble to Show Goods" so "Come in and be
Shown." Yours truly,
Mr. land Mrs. Frank Me:um en
tertained at dinner on New Years
duy iijulte ninumber of friends,
an'ongst them were Mr. Mecums'
three sisters, Mrs. Brady and
Mrs. Gr'mBley of Kansas City, Mra.
Wm. Hn'nei nnd family of Slater,
Wm. Hnlnes Sr.. Alfred H.iinef, Wm
Hn'aie3, Jr., Walter Haine?, n nep
hew, Harvey Brody, of PiRforrii
Miss Clorea Grlmsley, Wen die
Gr'ms'ley, Ralph Grlms'ev. Mls
"rmn Brody, Alberta Brody, Tom
Woodrow from England. Tom
thinks the people are bo different
here tlian In Englan d but says they
are alright. John Bader and fam-
y from Kansas City were also
with us. Miss Tilda, Miss Louise,
John Jr., from Sugar town
aleo Prank Bnawn, Mr,
Mrs. Gus Bader, M'ss Mary, John
and Frank Bader nnd Ferd Brown
Mrs. Mocum served an elegant
dinner which consisted of goose
duck, heet roast, salads of all kinds
which go with a good dinner,
Tlvey' all seemed to havo n Jolly
good time. The day iwas spent
in. singing nnd violin music with
games tor the young folks.
It wns lata whon they departed,
and ixll wishing that they might
enjoy many more such New Years.
A Royal Time
A large crowd gatherod at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C G. siughn
Sharan Friday evening
January 3rd. The d'vcrlon of the
evening was dancing. At midnight
an vlegant lunoh was served .
Phose. urescnt from a mstance
dauirhter. Pearl and sons
and Charlie and Chester Yowell
of Grand Pass.
At a late hour the guests de
parted bidding the host and the
hostess a p'.eaBant good n'ght de
claring they had Hnt a. most
delightful time. A guest.
Among the Sick
Airs. O. "W. Johnston, who was on
tho sick Hat several .lays, Is out
Christian Science 6urvlco Sunday
morning ut It u. m. Subloct "Sac
rameint.' Next Sunday la regular commun
ion Sunday at the F!rt Presbyter
Tho Baptists are having revival
TkTZl and h -vices, -h.clibeu Monday The
ErVllie Pasiur, v. timnm: u6i
bosng uo.y assisted uy uov.
erts. The meetaigs era good, come
The union service nt tho Chr's
tlan church Sunday evening was
well attended considering the bad
night. The nddr'su y Rev. S. L
Williams, of Liberty, waa an able
one and well received.
The Iad!o3 of the Ou"ctl' AVeauu
Presbyterian church cama to the
rescue of Mrs, O. W. Johnston last
week by having a sewing bee tt
A great many people are su'fer-1 mak? dotMng for tho chlluVen. A
E. P. .Hammer, tho well man, in
forms us that ho has Just fi nished
a . weU for O. I. Watts , of Nupton.
Thn urMl'U 907 fo.nKJivl.n nnrl x1H
Davis Greer, Klngtali Bar -a good : flow ot' tine waterr
'ng from 4jrip at present,
J. n. Whlto has beon suffering
from grip the post week.
Thos. Marshall, who has becm
down with fever at his home in
B'.ackwater the past ten days. Is
Mrs. J. S. Ko'.ley is at Carthage
with hor sister, Mrs. Moore, who
is quite AIL
fro la a bad th'ing at best but luii.
some good by showing ono that he
has mil friend..
A SaDne County Sun.My School
Association was formal-at th First
Presbyterian church fxist Suiiviny
afternoon after atulk by Rev. S. L.
Willkuns of tho MIbbouxI Smvhty
School Union. The following urt
tho officers: V. V. Huff, president;
uoo. u, AlChouse, v-icenwurfdAtif r
John W. Woodamall of South ot vm Laurie, secretary, P C Uarn-
town was in Wednesday nrter mod hill, treasurer; Mrs. L. F. cUmrais
Iclno and said his family was M supervisor of Home Department
?T.55. "Vd,th5. JS B:ta and Mri. C. m!
arwi familv of Nsnton.
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