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Martha havo gone to Kansas City,
where oho will havo her eyes treated.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wood of
Slater spent Sunday with his mother,
Mrs, Ida Gambell.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo Drown were In
Quito a crowd of young people
passed through hero Friday evening
to attend the patty nt Emmet Thomp
son, those In tho crowd were: Mr.
and Mrs. Kddlo Drown, Chns. and
Llnwood Drown, Letcher nnd Mary
Odoll, Mary and Lorone Piper, Done
Webb, Frank, Chns. nnd Ward Piper.
Dancing was tho amusement. The
crowd departed nt a very lato hour.
All reported an excellent time.
Frank Piper was In Nelson Thurs
day, lie and his girl took In the
show that evening. Ho went to Mar
shall Friday morning and returned
homo that afternoon'.
A good show la going on In Arrow
Rock this week.
Mrs. Hnsomlcr and dnughtor, Miss
Pearl and Miss Mary Sweeney wore
trading In Napton Friday.
Mrs. Julius Rcith nnd Miss Kutli
ryn Swlnnoy wvru shopping In Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Spencer were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Wehb
Miss Anna Dooth. returned to her
homo last Sunday at Mayv.lcw nftor
spending several weeks with her
mints, Miss Emma Parsons and Mrs.
Freddie Jennings, n senior of our
high school wont to Wnkcnda for a
visit and returned home on Sunday,
Miss Lucy Dufruss, a former Miami
girl, but now of Carrollton mndo a
short visit to her aunt, who Is 111 at
her home Just across the river oppo
W. I. Toho, a former river man,
who has been connected with the
steamboat, Missouri, Is In Miami In
Interest of rock blasting.
James Ulrey, our city marshal nnd
butcher, wns quite ill the llrct of the
Mrs. Dcttle Ilamncr has hnd the
pleasure of three of her little grand
f-hlldron from Marshall, visiting her
C. C. Gray, who has lately return
ed from Uorthcrn, Idaho, will shortly
do some concrete work on the Ruckle
plnco In the tut herbs of Miami.
T. D. S. Cundlff, ono Of our pros
porous fnrmers passed through Miami
ono day last, week to attend n rela
tives funeral in Linn county, after
which ho remained for n few days
Tho body of Ksuin Small (col.)
was brought to Miami Jnot Saturday
lor burial. Sho died In Fulton, Mo.,
nt tho stnto hospital was about 30
years of age.
Herbert Moworkcr n rail road man
of Slater, comes of ton to M Intnl.
Dr. doorgo Hawkins n former
Miami boy, but now n leading physl-
clnn of Salisbury Is kept busy ndvls
lug tho people near his town what
to do to stamp nut und prevent tho
spread of small pox. 20 cases nro
recorded Jn u miction of Charlton
Miss Delia IIIbIp Id lamenting over
tho loss of n nice buggy lny robe lost
near tho Harvey and Tucker homos
on tho Hist of January.
Tho excitement of the poBt master
race Ih "waxing wnrm," Judging from
the lively bPcccIicb nnd, energetic
RCflllculntloiifl mndo by tho cnndldntos poets to innko his homo. Henry was
on our streets, there projecting lust autumn and
Word enmo last week to the re- liked ho country well enough to re
latives of Miss Lucy HIbIo of 120 turn again.
Jackson Ave., Kansas City, that hIio Mratri HodgCB und (Inrrett Hhlpped
hnd undergone a very serious opera- a loud of hngH Wednesday.
tifin at the .University hospital. Sho Miss l.tliol Farley of Kansas City
In reported lo bo doing fairly well at is vUltlng her sister, Mrs. J. If. Sen-
this time. Sho Is the dnughtor of bert nenr Norton.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Chns. Hislo formnlly of M rs. LowIh Pemberton nnd BlBtcr,
Miami, Mo. MIbb Alma Swisher worn shopping In
Messrs John and Henry Wnll wore
In Mnrshnll Monday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sllns Thompson re
turned homo Monday of last week nf-l
ter a stay of several weeks In St.
Louis. Mrs. Thompson wns In a hos
pital there several wcekH.
Mr. Mcintosh who lino been living
lit Joplln for the past year, moved
his family nnd household goods back
to Norton Monday of last weeks nnd
will live on one of Mr. Joe Hetlgen
farina, known ns the DugglnH farm
Mr. Mcintosh moved front hero a year
The Slater mill cornshollcr has
been nt work in our neighborhood.
Mr. LcwIh Jcmbertoti was n passen-
gor from Norton to Knnsas City
Thursday, where ho purchased n lond
MIhh t'alherlno Scnber gave n party
for her young fricndH nt tho homo
of her parents. Mr. nnd Mr. J. 11.
Soulier. Friday night.
Henry Wnll started for southern
MHsourl Wednesday, whero ho ex-
The best suit that $25 can buy
If your limit in a spring suit is $25.00 we are pre
pared to give you the best value at that price that you
have ever seen.
We have, at $25.00, several styles in Wooltex
suits. They were designed as leaders and they lead!
The beautiful fabrics
were specially bought
the designs specially
prepared to surpass
anything that any
body could offer at
aa at 1 m
A - nclr rrn fr. inftnprr rhfRr siirmirH mnrlp c Ji
. jv x-- . c-rr-r-im tv. n. r.i e
a ... . . -1 a I al 1 . at 1 atlaM if ala,S ,
no. 2001-t.h, -win- Look tirst at tneir yic; tnen consider tneir pure-wooi No mho wb
nlnrkabie1 for' ? f abrics and unequalled tailoring which enables us to "rod" suit, n plain
vnluo given for the . a r . jiii? . tailored garment of
price, an it is for rzuarantee their satisfactory service and looks ror at almost severe Bim-
Us stylo "snap". It .
ih u Bimpio but cio- ieast two seasons.
Ca-rXrlt lot TM tt, UlvlU
Wn at al Uimk
.:. .. .. a
ver moiiincnuon 01
tho popular ettt-n-way
Jacket, the ri
gid severity of tho
tailoring being re
lieved by n deft
touch at tho cuffs
mid by small self
colored buttoiiM of
Prlco . . .... $25
pllclty. Note the ele
gance of Its (It, tho
Can you get another suit at $25.00 that will give aid niTgoneroi' !
you this gurantee to say nothing of the style? ed, custom fitted,
mnde - to - monstiro
exactness. Thin suit
Ih n triumph of tail
oring. Price . . 125.
Our Winter Mock fo getting low. We've hail mi uuiiHtinlly busv son
w)ii and as losult, now have far less Winter apparel In our store than we
tiritinlly havo nt this season.
Our object, however, Is to effect an absolute clenrunco or n clonr
mice as tliormiich und complete as poxslble; for we do not want to rnrr
uny garments over to next Benson. And we want this clearance to be
This accounts for the almost absurdly low prices that now reign of
Winter apparel. All remaining small lots are now marked nt prices that
should rush them out at double-quick time. Nothing Is reserved our
entire Winter stock of apparel Ih Included. Some lots have unturnlly hnd
their prices cut lens than others, but the reductions on till are Itumeuie
mid provide not-to-be duplicated savings.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
There was an unusunlly cnjoynblo
tlmo had nt tho .Tessup building Inst
Friday night, when tho young folks
of tho ChrlBttnn Kndenvor ontortnln
ed. Tho nffnlr wns a mask party.
Tho- "make-ups" woro Inttghublo ond
absurd. Refreshments of cocn and
vnnllla wafers, were tho "hand outs"
to tho youngsters whoso fun gnvo
them a flno appetite.
Mrs. Jnp, nu tr I BR Just across tho
river on tho Carroll side Is somewhat
Improved nt this tlmo. A trained
tturso from Kansas City is nttondlng
Little Miss Kthol Chotterbuck hnd
n ijnla day at her homo Saturdny by
inviting In n numbor of hor -schoolmates.
Games and refreshments
woro tho attractions of tho occasion.
Llttlo Doyd Jennings has been
Quito 111 with lagrlppp for ( tho pubI
After two weeks violent suffering
froiu dlpthorln, llttlo David Hay
worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Htiyworth, died on January -a Oth nt
tlK'lr homo In Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pemberton
wero In .Marshall Thursday.
.Miss FrauclB Auccll of Marshal),
Mrs. Krskln Dlosscr Is spending
this week with Mr. nnd MrB. Clyde
llloiiser nt Lexington. Mrs. lllosser
Is sick with I. a Grippe.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Krvln Mower and
Mrs. N. J. Fletcher were .Marshall
Will lllosser returned Sunday from
U. II. FarnHley returned to his
came down to nttend Miss Catherine home Haturiiay in .Mornum, ivniiBnu.
Seabers ,pnrty Friday night. M'ssea Mnurlne Qnuldln. Sarnh
A number of tho men nnd boys of Klser und Muud lllosser mi nttenueii
I .. ... It T- I .1 a.
tho country round hero, were out " lecture ui .muiiii nmu rrm
wolf hunting Tuesday. night.
Mr. Otis. Pemberton' ontortnlncd n Jim Lacy of Willis, Kuiibbb Is vlslt
"ow of his gentleman friends Wed- lug1, friends and relatives here this
hesday evening. Thoso present week.
wero: J. S. Wilson, W. n. Pemberton, Tho Ladles Missionary society of
John nnd, J. S. Wilson, W. I), Pom- Salluo church, meet with Mrs. Tlico.
lerton. John nnd S. O. Wnll. .Too Jones Inst wounesuny. ah repori-
Sweoney. Harry Garrett. Holmes oil n good time.
Dnwes. Iliich Drew and Grovor Pngo. Miss Katharine Fietcner speni se-
Mr. Otis Pemberton shipped a load oral days last weok with Miss .Manet
nr onfim ironi Norton Aionuav. i-ui ir n
1 Mr. und Mrs. Proutlss of Scnttlo M,rs. Maggh ChrlKtmnu wout up to
are visiting Mr. and Mrsi Joe Hedges. Dover to visit her Bister, Mrs. Knto
Thoy will innku tholr homo nt Drltt- Denwldddlo.
IhIi' Colnmbn. Thov woro mnrr od Mrs. .Moillo .Minor returned uoim
i .- . . .. .
nlmnt wnnVu nirn. Tim lir iln t Hlltlin IIV nfler Several ueeKH
n daughtor of Mr: George Sheer of with hor slator.Mrs. Qulncy niosscr
Seattle 1 " "t Norway, KansaB.
Mr. und Mrs. Wheeler Huff spoil'
Mrs. Will Sprlggs Is o.u!te sick.
Llttlo Kntherlno Council Is qultt
sick with soro throat.
Mrs. S. II. Stewart who had the
mlsrortuno to fall and brook her tin
Iclo Is getting along uh well as coulC
Rvo. L. M. Whlto filled his regulat
nppolntment Sunday. There will b(
preaching every first Saturdiiy nuc
Sunday In tho month.
Tho Dnptlst ladles of tho mission
ary society will sorvo dinner nt Mr.
Frank Davis' snlo on Tuomlny, feu
Mrs. Chnrloy Harvoy Jind Miss
Olllo McQraw were trailing in Arrow
Rock Wednesday. i
Quito a crowd attended tho dance
at ,Elglo WoodBninH's Monday night
nil reported a flno tlmo.
Us8 Fredn Lolmkuohler nnd bro
i hop. John woro trading In Slater
Miss Alma Plpor spent' from Wed
nesday until Saturday with frlonda In
Mrs. Eddlo Drown and Miss Sallle
Piper spont Monday afternoon nt Mrs,
D. D, Pipers.
Mrs. Will Vnnnrsdalo and Mrs
Turner Kmbroy and little Irl spent
Tuesday at Mrs. Den Odells.
, lit, Will Ganibroll was trading In
Arrow Rock Tuesday.
Sevoral from our neighborhood on
Joyed themselves Wednesday evening
by dancing until a late hour at Mr,
nnd Mrs. Joff Hazels.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davidson worn
guests Wednesday and' Thursday
with friends nnd rolatlvos lr Arrow
Will Vanarsdalo nnd "Vylfo wove
tradlnK iii Marshall, Wedii'eBday.
Mrs. Zimmerman is very HI nt th
rjC. J. Davis' aad" daughter, jMlsa
Sundny ; with Mr. and Mrs. Lester
MIb Thrcs a Stockman was a
Miss DohsIo Williams spent
minli. rnK it mn An Mafi wtk li t.nt .in rnn tu
M:yin uttu miwhiuii " si; ihjh.b J
n n.l A t td Will In ma I Ilooiivlllo vlsltiir Saturday
HI 11(111 M IIIIUMtUI .
Mr. smith anent ?nndav with his Several In our ,iioignuornoou nae
fnmlly In Mnrshull. soro eyes.
M VIM T.nwtn u-nnt tn fif. Louis LOUte (111 ll Wll
lllosser mid -Hm
for an operation Inst weok
getting along very nicely.
Mr. J. O. Wright, who has been
He Is Lacy were Marshall Visitors Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stoffor enter
seriously llf for tho past ton days is tainod nt dinner Sundny In honor of
hotter nnd Ih nblo to bo up and ar- tholr sou Mr. Dan Stoffer of Seattle,
ound lu his room. , Washington. Thoso present were .1.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Colvort spont Sun- D. linker and mother, Mrs. John O.
day with Mr. and Mrs. MoFnddln. Mooro, J. M. Duntln nnd wtro, Jonn
Mrs. G. W. "Wright had n brood of Cmiipboll und fnmlly. This Ib Mr.
chlckeiiB hatched last week tho first Stoffor's flrBt visit back homo In IU
that have boon roportod tn tho neigh- years.
borhood thoy will, mako early fry- ' Mrs. Clyde Williams and Miss
ors. s Laura Leo Vaughau vlsltod Miss Lulu
Mr. O. H. Hlckmnn 'of tho Norton Thorp from Saturday till Sunday.
neighborhood spent Thursday night Miss Anna" McMnhan of Dlack
and Friday with Mr. and' Mrs, J., O. :water visited "with Harvoy McMuhan
Wright and ills daughtor, Miss Lnmn, and family Snturday and Sunday,
oxnoct to start4 to Hot Springs, Ar- i John Morris nnd family wus guest
kansas, to bo treated for rheumatism, ojr Lester Tltchnor and family him
Mr. Tnrnn Homes ami Bisuir, biibb uuy.
.1 ' . . .. . V w
Wlllannn. who nttonds tho Missouri Mr; Ed. nrown nna'wua or narue
Vallov colleiio snout the weeks end man visited. Mrs. Jobs Hall nud fain
vacation with tholr paronts near lly last Wednesday,
Wlltln Springs. Dr John Hall and wit? visited Sun
Miss Flora Hickman who attends day with Matt Hall and .family,
Missouri Valley college, spont the I There Is quito a goou aeai or sick
weok end vacation with homo folks, nbss In this neighborhood.
r . . , . I IVIII ft 1.. I Jam r r i I t
Mr. will Jiooerts are mnKing somoi irs. m Aouey a uuhhwiuiio.;
new improvements on his farm. til.
1 1 tn Hoover left Monday for u visit
to his undo in Clifton City.
MIbb Georgia ReyuoldB wns In
Malta Dond Thursday.
D. T. Morolund returned Thursdny
Irom Kniisns City, where ho had been
o buy soiiio cattle.
MIsb Pearl Ulloy attended tho musl
cnlo In Malta Dend Friday oveniiiK
and wns tho guest of Mrs. George
Humphreys till Saturday.
McReynolds and Hurriiss shipped
hogs to St. Louis Thursday and topp
ed tho market.
Misses Horthn Plultuer und Lenora
Doll woro iiuests of friends nenr
lllnckburn. Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Webb enter
tulned a lnrge number of friends nt
tholr home Friday evening.
Miss Sadie Fink nttonded tho musl
cnlo at Malta Dend Friday evening.
WllHmn Pnlmor of Pleasant Hill
wns looking after his business Inter
ests Uoro a few days this week.
Fred Doners was In Mnrshall Fri
Mrs. nrlght of Malta Dond spent
Sunday with hor brotlier-ln-lnw, Jonn
Moore, who 1b still quite sick.
Eld. George E. Jones, n Christian
minister of Miami, gave a lecture at
t iq'Odd Fellow's hall Saturday even-
Ihir on "Odd Fellowship.''
Percy Wnllaro Is on the sick list
Al Howard has returned from an
extended stay In Joplln and Is- now
laid up wttn tnu mumps.
F. O. McReynolds mnde a business
tfln to Marshall Saturday.
. Frank DoMoss and sons. Lester ami
Chester, were In Mnrsnnii aaiuruay
Mrs. Chnrllo Cond and little daugh
tr. Josle, nro both on tho sick list
Eld. A. S. Morrison filled hla regit
Inr appolntmont at the Christian
church Sunday and doBplte the Incle
ment weather, had good congrega
tions at both morning and evening
Mrs, Mnry Howard visited her duu
g iter, Mrs. Wober Taylor, n few day
Mr. Will Odcll was In
Mestrs Hurry Ellis and Ivan Mc-i
Curdy of Mnrshall wero week end
guest of relatives hero.
Misses Sarah and Kathryn Stofford
and borthcrs spent a few bono
Thursday night nt Mr. R. M. Drowns
Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo Drown, Mlssei ;
Mary Odell, Mary Piper, Messls Let
cher Odcll, Charley nud Llnwoot". t
Drown attended tho dnnco ut Mr.
Emmett Thompson's Friday night.
Mlts Desslo Odcll spent from Frl-
flnt utilll CSntitlni it'ltli linnin fnlltt '
The following from here wero In
Slater Saturday: Mr. nnd Mrs. A
West, Jennings Drown nnd sister,
Snllle, Letcher Odell nnd sister, Miss
Mary and Wlllnrd Hall.
Miss Ethel Ellis of Hardemnn spent
Sunday with her sister, here, Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Dnvldson werr
guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Odell.
icnnings urown was guest aaiur-
day night nud Sunday of Mr. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hnsomelor of
near Napton passed through here
II. I'. Ilrnlrr
Henley & Company
ItHA I. KSTATU, LOANS,
Swoct SpriiiUx, MUhoiir!.
r lli.r -naSfll l-r,.i..
No NihnI to Stop Wrk.
When tho doctor orders you to
stop work It -stnggers you. I can't,
you any. You know you nro weak,
run dowu nnd fulling In health day
by day, but you must work ub long
as you can stand. What you need Is
Electric Hitters to glvo tone,
strength and vigor to your system,
to prevent break down nnd build you
up. Don't bo weak, sickly or ailing
when Electrlo Dltters Nvlll benefit
you from tho first dose. Thousands
bless them for tholr glorious health
nnd strength. Try thorn. Every
bottlo Is guaranteed to satisfy. Only
50c at P. II. Franklin's.
MTbb .MiiIii-1 Hayuer and MIbb Nan
nie Alexander visited Mlis Ema Tay
lor ut Nelson over Sunday.
ONE BLACK .TACK, 0 yrs.
old, 16 hands standard.
ON 12 BKOWN.TACK.5yrs.
old, 15 1-2 hands standard.
ONli I) It A FT HOltSK. 4
yrs. old, black, 16 1-2 hands high.
This stock is number ono in
every respect. Invite Uspection
Can be seen any time at my barn
1 mile north of Marshall.
Mrs. R. E. L. Smith of Alma has
been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Min
nie Dnrnett for several days and hor
son, Robt, Smith was here last week
Mrs. Smith telephoned to Wontworth
for Charles Smith, who Is u student
thero to come homo ns soon as sho
heard of tho opedomlo of spinal meu-
lugetts, there, mention of which will
be found in another column.
Flrt Inur Hon Janury 34-St
NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice It hrrbv ulvcn to all crrdltort und
otniri Intereattd in thr ettate of llrnry P. Coolc,
tUcetitd.that I. William T. Clark, aifmlnlatra-
torot .aid eatala. inland to make Final Kfttte.
ment thereat at the next, term ot th Prub.to
Court ot Saline County. Mlaaourl, to b buldan
at the Court llouae in aald County on the ttrat
Monday oi uarcn mil.
WILUAM T. CLAKK, Adm.
Firat intertlon January 24-.1t
NOTICEOr FINAL SETTLEMtNT
Notice la hereby itlven to all crcdltore and
others interested In the eatate of George U. McE
Elgin, drceaatd, that I, J. VanDyke, adminis
trator ot ald estate. Intend to make Final (jet
tlement thereof at the next term ot the Probate
Court of Saline County, Hlaaourl. to be holden
at the Court House In aald County on the ttrat
Monday ot March 191).
J. VANDYKE, Adui.
Ftratllneertlon January 10-51.
NOTICEOF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice ia hereby Kiten to all credltora and
othtre Interested In the eatit ol Philip Lalnln-
Ber deceaaed. that we, Charlea Nltmeltr and
. , Dennla, Executor, tt aald aetata. Intend
to make Final Settlement thereol at the next
term of the Probate Court ot Saline County, Mis
aeurl. to be holden at the Court llouae In aald
County on the first Monday ol March. 1913.
uiiASi. Nir.ssi.ir.it, n. i . ur.nrus.tirs.
Miss Nadlno. Darnes, who spent two
weekB with Miss Virginia Smith at
Alma came, to Marshall with Mrs.
Spilth last weok and spent a day or
two In Marshall boforo going to her
home in St, Lonls. She. was tho test
ot Mrs. D. C. Qore while hore.-
Notice ta hereby slven that Lettera Testa
mentary on the estate of Andrew J. McRoberta,
deceased, ware granted to the undersigned, on
th day ot January, nu. d.
Court ot Saline County, Missouri.
All periona havine claim against said estate
are required to exhibit them to theru for allow
aoce within alx month alter th date ot aald
letter, er they may be precluded from any ben
efit ot auch estate; and It such claim be not ex
hibited wlthlnone year from the date of thelast
Insertion ot th publication of tbla notlco they
shall be forever barred. ,..;
Benjamia l MeRobert.
Alexander H. MeRobert.
First taaerttonJtn. IT.st b