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la real estate Is no easy matter nowa days. If you ore not an adept in the business it is always the best plan to consult a reliable, trustworthy and honorable man who makes a business of real es tatc, and understands values, both present and prospective. If it Is us, we will save you money and In sure you future profit. Complete abstracts to all lands mid lots in Saline Co. Van Dyke & Co, West Hud, Ilank of Saline. 1 LOCAL NliWS. H. V. Harvey left .Monday for Iloonville. Dr. Ncckt left Saturday titbit for 1-ultou. Have you keen those beautiful ercnls at Wright's. II. II. Hawkins Is carrying his arm in a Ming this week. Those crepon skirt patterns at Wright's arc beautiful. Will Striker and J. C. l'atterson spent Tuesday in Kansas City. Mi. and Mrs. Tye Oatuctt, of Slater, wcra visitors Monday. Ask to see those swell dress goods at the New York Store. Miss lieulah Cuve, of Iluutsvillc, is the guest nf Mrs. John Spcclit. The New York Store is certnl n ly preparing for a lively spring. Mrs. Tliomau lloatriglil Is now convalescing, after a week's illness. Dr. W. K. -Wiatt rctuuieil to his homo in Hast St. Louis an I'riday. Congressman Conucy ami wife teturtied Monday from Washing ton. The newest thing in "Youngs hats'' is ready at the Niw Yoik Store. Miss Georgk- Roliiiison, of Car mlllyii is the guest of Mrs. M.iry Harvey- Mrs. 0. I,. Lackey will siend the euttre week In Marshall, drill ing the munlci.iin for tin- opera. We understand tli.it Mr. John Reynolds of Slater, will move to Marshall soon ami will occupy the residence vacated by Robert Reyn olds, on Vest St. Remember when in need of HARDWARE OR FURNITURE, that li. F. Nnylor II. A; F. t.'o.'s Mom Is i lit plnco Iti k- Sptvlnl attention at ptVMint U called to our lnnrit Him of r Bed Room Suits. f Do you need one If so W(i inn SAVIi YOU MONHY. ' Now in the Unit' wlitin you are looking for T HOUSEHOLD OUTFITS. (Win let iih hIiow you tliroiiirh imhI f?ivo you our prices. W'v fito Mini wo can h'II yu. Very Wespeet fully, r H. F. Navlor II. & V. Co. Term? Cash. West Side Hqiitue. r I'rcnch chillies in beautiful tints Just received at the New York Store. Rev. Is- Y. Oluu from Arrow Rock, was a visitor In Marshall Monday. Large assortment of black cre pon skirt patterns just received nt Wright'. Win. l'utsch has returned from Arrow Rock where he spent last week. Those beautiful dress goods at the New York store are the talk of the town. The young people of Napton arc preparing to give a play In the near future. The handsomest assortment of silk ginghams In beautiful tints at Wright's. Mrs. I,. W. Scott has been unite sick for a week at her home on Iiast Arrow. Whcu you .sec any thing new at the New York Store, you may know it i correct. Mrs. Maurice Hagcdorn has lecu ijultc sick for some days, but is improving. Mrs. George Davis visited friends in Kansas City I'riday and Saturday. Mrs. Kll.abcthOuthrcy left Sun day for a visit to rclatlus ut Springfield, Mo ll. Wing, of Laminc, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. R. J. Mc Mahan this week. II, I', Shepherd expects to leave this week for Colorado, where lie will join his family. I,. P. Vilcy has returned from Hot Springs, very much benefitted from his stay there. Money at 6 tier ccul, nocommls siou, interest rebated on partial niytuent. Al.l.lIN & I.i:onaki, Mr. Parker, who was one of our Missouri volunteers, took din iter Monday with vo. McMillan on Hast Arrow St, Mr and Mrs I. K. Holstein ate lit St Louis buying goods for their millinery establishment; they will return Sunday night. Miss Agues Saucer ami Miss lirrickson and Otis Mayer were en tcrlained nt dinner, by Judd Par rlslt at his home Saturday. J.J. Meacban, representing The llarton Shoe House, of Kansas City, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Miss Minnie Jurdcu. l'or ,to days we will make our Si. so nholcs nt Si.j.s tier down We are adding a new line of up-to date accessories tills week, and we are tuciiarcd to give the public th nicest work ever made at tills price in Marshall nt llruce'sArt Gallery The handsomest line of embroid erics for ttie least money, ever seen in Marshall at Wright's. .Minor Cooper is expected luck this week -fiom a pleasant visit to friends in St. Louis. Hon. Prank P. Scbree, of Kan sas City, was the guest of l'mnk lloyd ami family I'riday. Miss I.lly Sparks came down from Blackburn and spent Satur day and Sunday at home. S. W. Armcutrout spent Satur day and Sunday at his home in this city nnd left Monday. Sec to it that your photographs arc over Hutchings' signature. It Is a guarantee of excellence. The Alpha C L. S. C. had a pleasant meeting with Mrs. Hdgar Place on Tuesday alternoou. Rev. W. T. McClure gave a lecture on I'riday night t the Hp wotth League nt Hlpglnsvllle. P. L- Warren has accepted the position made vacant by Wilson I'ishcrftt the New York Store. Do you want a handsome tailor made dress, or separate skirt, if you do, don't fall to see Wright. .loli 11 Kirkpitrick principal of the schoot at Iloonville, spent Sun day with his parents in this city. Have you seen the handsome line of trench piipies in plain white 1 stripes and polka dots at Wright's. ' Cupt. Steve Price, of Kansas City, is spending the week in the city and is stopping at Hotel Hurt. Da you want a handsome tailor made dress, or separate skirl; If you do don't fail to see Wright, at Miss Mary Smith, the guest of Mrs. Wm Njptou for Mine days, has returned to her home at Nap ton. Miss Haudock left Wednesday for St Louis after a delightful visit with Miss Hicks, in our city. Little Charles Smith who has been so dangerously ill, is improv ing right along, although still very weak. T. D. Poller and son, Henry re turned Tuesday from Chicago, where they went with a carload of mules. The many friends of Mrs. L. P. Uoweu will be sorry to learn that she is very ill at her home in Mon roe, La. Judge J. W- Sparks returned to Jefferson City Monday after spend ing several days with his family in the city. Gordon Ittrrman relumed Monday to his home in l.otikl.m.i, after a visit to his Mother, Mrs- I, W. Iloycr. Thcodoru Mayer relumed Mon day morning from New York with stocks of beautiful goods for the trade. These lovely wool nnd silk pot kadots arc the sweilest things worn in the Ivtkt. Just received nt the New York Store. Miss Liz.le Kooutz has re turned from K. C, where she spent some weeks in the inter est of her business. Mr. Stephens and daughter, of lluuceton were the gues'ts this week of his daughter. Miss May at Mo. Valley College. Mrs Annie Osborn and little Ucssle Sparks of Kansas City are guests of Mr and Mrs Aubrey Con way on WcM Arrow St. O. T. Goodwin never intends to lie vaccinated anymore, small pox or not. He has itcu sick in bed now for almost a week Uit hopes to be out soon- I will sell at I'uhlic Auction on Saturday, March 11. 1899, At Tom Conway's Mule Barn, Marshall, Mo., 2S Head 2 and 3 year-old Mules, Or Will Kxchanjre for Ajre'd Mules. Sale to begin at 10 A, M. TKR.M8 6 month credit on note with approved security. MARION SPARKS. C'OL.'W. V. ItOSK, Auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. J. YanDykc cele brated their jSth anniversary Tues day evening by inviting n few couples to six o'clock dinner. Miss Ktnmn Yawter left this "-eck for St. Louis where she shall lu in a wholesale house until l lie spring trade opens. John It. Hall, Jr., who is a page in the House at Jefferson City, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Matt W. Hall in this city. Mrs. Nooc has purchased the : .''""V " " ' longing toMrs.Shemwell!flc ,,ci!,; :vl" wi" me Ilic house beloti and has rented it to A, K. Loomis, who is moving Into It this week. Miss Nannie Cooper of Nelson, who has been quite sick for some days at the residence of her uncle. ' I). C. Gore is now convalescing. We understand that Dr. W- C. Orcar will build a new house on the lot recently purchased ... iiroiu mi. touiig, on .sunn .-i. I John II. Cameron and wife. living near Slater, came up Sun day and spent the day, also Mon day witn Jerome Cameron and family. We have now the cheajicst mo-n ey and nu the most favorable terms J ever offered in Saline Co. Wc pass on security and titles. fj4t Nkwtosj A Bkv.int, Miss Minnie Roller, who Is em ployed by the Walter linker Cocoa Co, lloston, left Monday afternoon for Arkansas City, Kansas. She will travel In Kansas, Nebraska nnd Iowa. Lee Holliday came over from I'ayette I'riday to visit his wife and friends. He returned Monday tak ing his wife and sou with him. Lee has many friends in Marshall who arc always glad to sec him. The Pact and Piclion club met with Miss Agnes Spencer on lieu ton St., where the Century maga - zinc was dissciissed. A question! box on theatricals read was prepir- j ed by the programme committee. THE GRCAT MAJESTIC. 3L THE GREAT MAJESTIC. Yours U I auntie J""twir a O "it trim. " Wl'ifl n Ikst Side Square, Marshall. Mo Mrs Minnie Harnett of Alma who has been assisting her sister Mrs R. . L. Smith in nursing lit tle Charles, returned to her home I'riday. Mr. Dice spent Saturday and Sunday with Ola Giecinn. at hio home in lllosscr and returned with a nice pair of ducks, the fruits of their labor It don't cost any more to buy Htitchings' Photographs than any ...I Tl... . .!-.. I best work?' Rev L. K. Gower and wife of Austin, Mo. is spending the week with his parents and wife in the city. Mr Gower Is eiirnutc lo St l.ouls where he will attend Confer ence. Mrs. S. 12. Ilashford, n sister of Mrs Dr. Martin, who is from Ken lucky, but has Ikxmi visiting in lllackbiim for some weeks, is the ;ucst of Dr. and Mrs. Martin this .veefc. Leslie Orrar and family arc moving into Mrs. Montague's house on Itast Arrow St. where, they will reside until they re build their residence which was burned. Karl Hayiies who has lccn house-bound all winter with his lame foot, caused from stepping on a nail, was down town in the bug gy Tuesday, but still unable to wear a shoe. D. l'ofilc, of Williamsburg, Kan sas, n wealthy merchant and who own one of the finest stock farms in the state, has returned to his home, nfter a visit to his daughter, Mrs. C. N. Rand on West North St. Get your photos at llruce's art gallery for the next ior days atfi per doen- This f ricial efhr Is for strictly first class work, guarantied durable, made on best material, He sure yotl see our new samples before placing your orders. Perfect' in construction and operation, it will cook quicker with less fuel than any other stove known to the trade; being made of the very best material throughout with ordinary care it will last n lifetime it uses either wood or coal with entire satisfaction It saves time, fuel nnd money-it will pay you to own one. "There arc hundreds of ranges made but only one Majestic." Call nnd see them. Truly, W. HURT.