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Friday, January 21, 1913
Railway Time Table
In Effect Jane 21. tail
EAST HOUND TIIAINS
1$ bally Mo. State Kxprcai. Illoom-
ItiRion..... 10.33 M m
21 Mid-Day Special St. Loull 12.13 P m
ID Dally the Hummer I et ) Chlcaiio 8.30 pm
21 Dally Early lllrd Si L. ft Chlcaicn 11.43 pm
18 Dally. Slater Accommo(lllon....7.4 P. m
WKST HOUND TKAIKS
21 Dally The Early lllrd. Kanaae Clly 4.0G am
Dally Hummer (or Kanaaa City. ...5.3 am
IS The Mo. Slate Exprrat lor
Kanaaa City.... .4. in inn
21 Mlil-IXy Spcrlil lor Kanaaa
Clty....- 2-M t'm
17 Dally. Slater Accommodation n.SO am
II Dally Paencer M2 am
O. E. IIAWTIIOHNi:. Arent.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY.
VKHT HOUND TIIAINS.
. ....... t(...t,.ii fl.oft nm
Jt, l'Mf ncf r ........ "J !
tn, ,Um Fre laM ... lo.oomn
WIWT HOUND TIIAINS.
51. Phwis.t arrive at Marahnll..M.M am
31. I'4eniter vm
ts. Larsl Freight 'M "m
. . n ( i..in ank.. in Mar .
halt Irom the eaM from Srdalla and leaves ten
tnlnstes Inter lor tlie eat.
H. K. SMITH. Agent.
Judge J. V. Chase yesterday
united In marriage N'olnml Glenn
mill Miss Ethel Kpporsnn ot 011
liam. Tlie hride is a pretty yoniip
lady and is the daughter o' Oeo.
N. Epperson, of near 0;un. The
groom appe:tivd to lie a f lie oiw;r
We Iiiivu alumf four
liuiiili'cd pnir mIioch. II
hi'.ch. lior. on flic ilollur
wliilc ilioy IiihI. .1. A.
Kmll Keehart bi'lleve.t in "heat
luir the other fellow." so In the
, ilrst to report a brio! of new
chicks this wl'ilor. 4 hot ntn!e
nwav and turned tin with four lit-'
lie chicks this week. This relk-Vcs
t us oT all worry about early spring
Want and (or Sale Column
i FOR KALK-IO acre ftirm
iMarshull. Oooil oi-'h'trl and
cr. Steve Holloway, rfd 5.
Arble Cietcher and Miss Carrie
Trelow, both of the neighborhood
north 'of McAllister Springs took
(he train for Sedalla today where
they were united In inarrlage.
llotistonliiu. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob VanDvkewlll
leave next week for Los Angeles,
Cal- to visit Mr. aiyl Mrs. U. IV
Hhepard. They will also visit oth
vr points of Interest on the west
Tito U. D. C. ladles celebrato:! the
birthdays of (lens. Lee and Jnck
on Monday afternoon by giving
an entertainment at the lilks club
rooms. The fine program was
much enjoyed by those present.
Tin biii i:J.tln.vHnl iuIm
Vvh. 1st. Uuhv. &: IJiwikiMT
J. T. Davis of Napton. passed
through Marshall Wednesday on
his return Irom Klrksvllle where
ho went to see his wife who was
operated on there on the I'JIlt anil
Is gelling along nicely.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. lilitck enter
tained the faculty and seniors of
M. V. ('. Thurs.lay night In a
pleasant way . The evening w.is
largely given over t' the plwy The
rrp!oxlng Qiiot-llon," rfitlcrod by
IJrinii iih .V4MH' ir(;niii,l)iil
txtliiiniioiioiMlN ot miy you
iIuMinsh. .1. A. WhHl. 24tfi
The reception of MesJames K.
W. Miles an.l V. K. Vawter at
the Klka Cluli rooms Thurs.lay af
ternoon was an elaborate .ml a
leiiR;iit affa'r. A large unmix r
were present In spite of the bad
Mr. and Mis. Miles Vartlenvin. o'
Salisbury, are over Ibis week visit
Jug relatives. They Hist visited
his father, Rev. J. T. Vardeman,
near Nelson, and yesterday went
out to his brother's .1 1'. Vnrdemau
north of town.
Tht liji 1 It-iliiy Nnli uIn
IVI. 1n(. Hono V ItiMtliuci
Dr. O. II. lloxle, of Kansas City,
will speak on "Preventive Medi
cine and Public lletlth" at the
First Pre byterian church tonight
Friday. His talk Is free and of
a nature that all sh nllil be inter
ested enougli to come out.
FOR SAI.K-IO acres of well Un
proved land, rj room house, good
barn, fine orchard. 1 mi'c north of
Ridge Prairie. Si 1-2 miles southr
west of Xelson. Th's Is a fine
place for poultry. Terms .I00
cash, balance to suit. Mrs. R. K.
Jack. Napton, Mo., route '2, phone
Nelson 2200. 3-f.b
FOR KALF.-3 poland ch'na boar
nigs, large enough for service. In
sured from Cholera by vacillation.
Anyone needing ha me will do well
to addresB or call on L. O. NYU,
Malta Rend. Mo., rfd. 3. 3-Jp,
LOST RcJ dcliornefl cow, 3 or
4 years ol.l. Sold at Peter Hay's
sale. John Bramble, Marshall. t-Sp
STRAYHD OR STOLKN from lot
In Marshall, cherry bay horse about
H years old. Wire mark on left
front foot. No while marks. Collar
marks on mane. Ootid style both
head and tall, about 113-4 hands
high. Any Information leading to
ids recovery will be icwardcd. Ad
dress J. W. Robertson & Son. liv
ery barn, Marshall. Mo.
FOR SALU-1 bushels of home
grown clover seed. O. W. Raker,
(Milium, Mo. Phone It. .f,p.
FOR SALE-Now Oasoline Table
Lamp, costing $13.00 for $5.03. This
lamp is a powerful one and was
purchiuod for use in our offler. fnr
mcrgency purposes, but owing to
the strong vibration of running
machinery It can not be used. The
shaking broaks the mantles. Just
the thing for tho family circle
table. Mai shall Republican. tf
ONU 1ILACK .1 ACK. 0 yrs.
old, 10 hands .standard.
ON H HROW N .1 ACK. 5 yrs.
old, 151-2 hands standard.
ON K DHAFT 1IOHSH, 4
yrs. old, black, 10 1-2 hands IukIi.
This stock is number ono in
everv respect. Invite iispection
Caii bo seen any time at my barn
1 mile north of Marshall.
Is Your I
House Wired? 1
If not now is the time to have
it done. Wire it now and get
the benefit of lights and pay
for wiring when you can.
Heal & Power Co.
ED F. WESTS
Big Reduction Sale!
Will be continued indefinitely on WINTER GOODS.
We are certainly headquarters for OVER
SHOES. We sell such well-k nown brands as
Wales-Goodyear, Candee, Woonsocket and
other First Quality. Arctics at - $1.50
Fort Hill Arctics, - 98c
Ladies' Arctics, - - 85c
EDDIE WON'T LIE 2 U.
Many a man who would kIv
nr lo know what people tlitnV
'tiRht to be wilting to give tin'
Quiet Influence In Home.
A lighted lamp Is a very smnll thing,
it bums calmly and without noli, i
vet it clveth llslit to nil who are In N
tho house. And so there Is a quiet
Influence which, like the flame of a
ecentcd lamp, lilts many n home 'with
light and frgrance. M'Cheyne,
While at dinner t gave each of ay
boys, ago four and flvo, two peaches,
alio my wife took two, while I took a
handful, and, holding tho hand down,
asked the youugeat, sitting next to
me, to guese how many 1 had. After
taring blankly nt mo, 1 turned orer
tny hand, showing lb"
was three, when t
"Too many." Chi
When one does t
an old blanket, which U u. unity used
as a padding for the Ironing board, a
lot of old newspapers will bo found
to bo an excellent substitute. Lay
them smoothly on the bonrd until you
havo tho required thickness; then,
cover wim n piece 01 couou. mi
papers can be renewed from time td
time and you always have a olei
rirlllnf rtlun Jnury 10-M.
NOTICEOF flNAL MhTTI.I.MKN 1.
Noticed lierrby ulven to ill creditor! and
otherilntfrtlfllthtftH of fhllli Ulnln
err.(ticrril, that wt, Chrl Nitmtltr nd
1), l. IKnnli, Knecuton. ot lit entste. Intent)
to mWf I'lnul Rttllrment Ihrrrol t Irir nrxt
If rm of tlir Prabate Court cf HMlnrCounly. lilt
ourl. to Ij holdtn nt tin Oiurt llnnne In ulil
County on llif rlrit Mondsv of Mirrh. lltl.
mmm ciias..nikuriri h.iMiKNNiH.Cxm.
it Niil If In lif rhi'" ulvrn Hint l.rttpm Tril
niciitury on Ilia Rslale of Aniliew.l. Millolwrt".
ilrrM.tt. nmm ffriinlifl tit thp tindirlipnril. on
th lOtlitUy of January. 113, ny liir rroimip
court ot tMiini county, itouri
All Dfron liavlnc claim vuslnit 'l(l mtilc
nrrrfiiiilrnltiieJiUltilt thrm to llirm for iilluw.
mice wllhlnnlx months nfter thn ilt i'l Mid
Irtttm.or they may hetirrrlKdrdfrnm any bn
rill of urh titiitr; and If audi rliilms ! not rx
lilbltrd within one yrar f mm thn dnte of tlmlatt
Inifitlonof thr publkxtlon of tli( nnlki limy
hIimII lr fnrcvi-r Inrreil.
Ilcnjamln I.. Mtlloh'rtt.
Alnxandrr II. Mcltuhrrt,
Plrnt lnrrllon.ln. 17.41 li
I'lmt Intrrtlon Jsauary 24-St
NOTICK ( PINAI. SUTTl.i:Hi:.NT
Notice la lirrrby idvrn to rill rredllori and
olhera Intrreatrd In tlieextatenl IkntvK. Conk,
ilrcraird.that I. William T. Clark, aitmlnlatra
tornfuldealalt. Inland to miU l-'innl Keltic
nitnl llirrisif ut the next trrm of the I'rolute
Court of Kulliir County, MiKOiirl. In lie linden
at the Court llouar In aiilU County on (ha llrM
Mnniliiy of March 1913.
WILLIAM T.CI.AHK. Adin.
NOTICK 01 I'lNALfiKITLUMr NT
Notli'ela lirrcby iflven to all Tr.lltors mid
nllirMliilrrnli'd In tlirrxtntc of Oroint II.McK.
Kli;lii. drrrdort. I lull I, J, Vanf Jvltr. ailn'.lnlh
Inilor of Mid rxtntr, I ill mil to mnlo Final 8rt
tlrlilrnt thrrrof at the nrxt term nf thn Pi-obiito
Court n( Valine Ctuuity, MlaMiirl. to bn holdin
lit I tie Court lli-mr In ii Id County on the first
Uum'.nj nf March 1913.
J. VANDVKK. Adin.
Velvtt From the Arabe.
In the middle ugus Venice an
Genoa learned thn art of vnlvut-mak
Ing from the Arabs, Toward thn yeal
1516 Lyon Inherited the business
KuropH, notably lYance, followed the
lead of the courtiers of Frances 1,
Louis XIV. and La Pompadour. Tin
courts of the world wore silk, satlt
and velvet stiff with gold and sllvei
embroidery. Velvet was used by tin
rich for hangings and for furniture
rover. In Lyon, In 1900, 20,000 loomi
were weaving velvet. Harper's Week
FEW NON-PRODUCTIVE HENS.
n -. . I a . '
owvbii ruunu nmong uompsillOTB m
National Egg Contest That Never
Laid an Egg.
One of the surprises of tho national
egg contest at Mountain Grove, Mo.,
was that several nuns among the
competitors were found that never
laid an egg. They seemed healthy und
nte as heartily us othor hens
In tint pen, but never laid a slagle
How to account for this la a mat
ter that putties tho experts. We
don't know that thoy could find out,
says the Kunsaa Farmer, even by
killing the hrnn and examining them.
They can only say thoy were non-pro-dtictlve.
Tho finding of thnso noa
producing hens could only bo found
nut by the uso of trap nests, where a
dully record was kept of all tho hens
that laid or didn't lay any eggs.
It Is undoubtedly truu that thoro are
a great many non-productlvo hens in
thn Hocks of this country, and It would
bo u line thing If they could bo found
out, so as to bn ellmluutud from tho
flocks. Tho use of tho trap nests for
this purpose, on the ordinary farm, Is
out of the question, for the farmer
would not have tho time to attend to
them even If he did havo the nests.
Still, he can do a great deal towards
thn iillmlnatlon of the non-proilucora
by observation. Ho can gut rid of all
tho hens that are over throo yoara
old, for nfter that ago they do not
lay many eggs. Tho superfluous roout
era that am generully ou evory farm
are, nf cotirso, In tho non-productlvn
class, and should bo disposed of at
METHOD FOR HOLDING WORK
The thrifty German proprietor of a
circulating llhrury cuurged for wear
and tear One volume cniuo back to
his scriitln.x. "See hero," ho exclaim
ed, "(hero Is u hold on pugo 19 of my
beautiful hook. And see liortt." ho
went on, turning over the leaf, "there's
unnlher ou page 20," San Francisco
As to Mutlo.
To love tho bhsf? music, und to do
rlvr from ft all tho good which It enn
give us, w must hear good music,
find hear n grout deal of It The Hull-man.
Fitted for tht Part.
When a new member of tho Irish
house of commons umde his first
speech, Sir William Osborne usked
who ho was, ami, helm; told, ho ro
piled: "Well, I think he will do. If
tho opposition have enlisted him they
tire perfectly In tho right, for ho seems
to havo the Iluest face for u griev
ance of any man I over boheld." Na
Where Heavy Timbers Are to Be
Sawed Plan Shown In Illustration
Will Be Satisfactory.
(Uy WILLIAM (IIIOTZINOKH, In the
A good way to hold lurge, heavy
work that Is to be sawed Is shown
in the sketch. Tho work Is passed
through tho triangular opening In a
wooden frame, nearly In the form of
tho letter A. When tho frame and
work llo at an obtuse angle thoy con
stitute u three-legged stool. Tho up
per edges of the board become wedged
fast In the Hides of tho trluuglu, und
tho lower sldo of tho bonrd rests upon
it cross piece, which can ho placed at
They who forgive most shall be for
What's In a Name?
"Hvo, tuu oldest, was called Bve
on purpose that she might feel human,;
und not compelled to wear h halo, like'
too people called Mario. Kve, b
Rapping on Wood,
It Is a common thing to see people
rap upon a chair or door after thsy
have made somo boastful remark,
such as "I nm nover 111," or "My ven
tures always turn out well," This was
originally dono ns an appeal to the
offlcnoy of tho wood of the-truo cross,
and three raps were always In bono
of tho DJessed Trinity.
To Poluh Piano.
If the pollrh of jour piano Is dull
vet It over sparingly with iuriH1ii oil
toil let It re rim I n for two hours. Tin
x IIkIi with linen and chamois skin
Seductively put to sleep by "ulf
blossom extract, the most unlmagtBtV
tlve woman can clearly dlatlngulik 4
bridal chorus, even visualising tfc
natron of honor's gown and all ut)
other stage properties to go to set tie
u i f mil.; ii.in.i v. .ii "vm.ii m
lit: Etherized by orange blossom.
if the worso should corns, oould
aradlae be approached by a rouU
nor essentially feminine?
Visitors seeing the sights In Pitt,
burg entered the conservatory pre
sented to the city by Mr. 1'blpps, They
came to a beautiful statue which was
admired Immensely. It was of trans
lucent marble. Tho clerk who was
showing them around, pointed out the
excellences of the statue, told the
name of tho sculptor and showed It
from ever)' point of view. One asked:
"Alabaster, Isn't itV "No," he said,
When Baby Learns to Talk.
Borne children are very late In talk
ing, particularly If they are not en
couraged. They make signs or point
to the objeot of their doslres, and find
t easier than learning to talk. This
is pur Indolence on their part and
Incidentally on the part of the moth
er. Adenoids are a frequent rausu ol
delayed talking. If a ohlld does not
talk at two or two and a half years
of age, deafness or mental deflolency
should at least be considered ns n
possible cause of his backwardness,
Tea Is grown nou.'i
le but In South ('a'
native tea would bo
ootton bolls are fsHC... m the
who arc not accustomed, lo thei
Florida has Its quota furnished by
ture. Quavas, limes and kumqui
are alt desirable as gifts, etlker
their state or preserved. Alligator
psars, mangoes or even cbayoUa are)
the greatest rarity In northern
Oysters as Pood.
Oysters come nearer In coMporiUor
to cow's milk than do bjom etfevi
meats, as all the four kinds Of gntrl
nents needed are press nt in good
degree. Oysters have a larger excesi
of the flesh building substance rela
tive to the other constituents than
milk, so we "balance the rntlon" by
addition of starchy food and fall
when t-allug oysters, thus securing a
good meal at a cost that compares fa
vorably with that when other meats
are chosen. Prof. Julius Nelson ol
Rutgers College, In Leslie's,
Farm For Sale!
Device for Holding Timbers.
various heights, according to tho slto
of work that Is to bo held. In sawing, !
the man rests his knee on tho work, I
120 acres, Carroll Couniy, Mo.; 3 miles from
town; every acre the best of corn, alfalfa anil
wheat land, also trooil potato land. This farm is
level, high bottom, which never has been known to
ovorllow. It is well fenced and cross fenced, con
siderablo hoc fencinir. Good house of 8 i
laruo barn, never failing wells and cistern;
of fruit for family uso; on rurul mail and tel.
Level read to town. This is recognized as
tho very best farms in Carroll County. It is an es
tato and must be sold. Kvcry acre of this farm will
produce the best of alfalfa, 4 to 5 cuttings a year.
Price $1 5J0.no.
S. C. Diggle Land Co.
40:i Commerce Building, Kansas City, Mo.
near tho top of tho frame, and tho
board Is changed end for end, when
sawn through half Its length,
U Established 1374
Two Forms of Eugenics.
Eugenics tnko two forms positive
and negative. Tho negative would pre
vent the bad marriage and tho posi
tive promoto the good, but tho first Is
easier than the second. We do not
know yet what qualities can be trans
mitted, nor how they mix. It is best
to trust to tho peoplo themsolvos and
get the new Idea Instilled; then they
will love In tho right direction. U ict
at first sight.
Chicken Relish Sour Milk.
Hour milk Is more relished by fowls
than sweet milk; sweet skim milk Is
best for mixing mashes, The birds
will drink more milk if given either
uniformly sour or uniformly sweet
than when given sweet one day and
our the. noxt. When the milk Is
separated after souring, uso tho whey
to wet the mash.
Twenty-two persons woro killed
within a weok In New York and vicin
ity by eating- toadstools, . Grocers are
cautioned to use the greatest care in
buying mushrooms and tho producers
are warned with equal earnestness.
S WOOD & HUSTON BANK
. a. I'AOK, Chairman?! (h lloard
J. 1". IIIJISTON. FrMldeat W. S. HUSTON. Ca.Uler
J. C. I.A ilKJN. Vlee-t'rcaliUnt I'.C.IIAKNHU.I.. Aa.l.Caeh.
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J. 1. HUSTON
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sa'fety deposit boxes for rent
Ample Capital, Equipment First Class. Best Service
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