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XijrlWsg from white clrphaut to knit needle will la aold at ttio wo und monthly, auction n'alo March 18, pro third you Uillt.ai.llran be adrcr tlted. S N Taylor for further Nln ttracttona. John Sandldge, Ueorga Koenlg ami Millet l.ttal KehlehW an.l Klla Will lama Willed 0 t Willi. nn nd family at Hoping .Sunday. Tan dollar till wro aold for IScta oh our atrcata laat Saturday, and yet wo hear the complaint oMiard timet. Mra Lewla Cline and children, of lllackwator, tpenl Hunday with her ptrooU, Mr. and Mra. John Ilaker. I'll. Koenlg hat out circulars an nouncing an anctlon rata of harriett and merchandlte. noxt Saturday. Mra Frank Cotltni, who died at Mar hall latt Friday, waa burled nl Salt fork cometery Haliirday. letter (Iter la tho tiroml no. tenor of a nlno pound butcher. All InUraitcd aro iioing unely. Tho grippe lovat tonio of our rltl ien It la Haying with them c!otr man a brother. UncloMorrla Camphcll thltikt ths ground hog hit climbed a trco and left mo country. John Coleman, of llunccton, Willed Ida brother Joo Coleman nnd family, Humlay. Ilov Trlmlilo pruachod two good icrinom nl tho I'roibylerlan chutch Hunday, (1 T Cormack moved lu tho (iranger property ou warned St., lait week- John Ma rli all moved to Ida farm aouth of town lait week. The Commercial Club met Monday night and Iraniacted limlnei. W V Walla and family, aro Idling Irleoila and relative hero. Bora arnia am the faildnn Jul now and no amallpox la near. Jitmea Cordry moved to 8 II Car- tcr'a proprrty lait week. Thao. l'lper, of Marshall, waa down laat woek nn builneit. Otto Iftlgrr, of Marshall, waa itowu on buitneii Tiieiday. V 8 Clark ipent Sunday with S II Carter and family. II F. Staplea la In from St I.011I1 thta week on builneit. M MarmadiikJ, uf Mnrihall. waa dowtiTuraday. I,ewli llouk laalck with Ihoincailet thla week. Mica Katie ClaWion I xtck thla week. Another lot of beautiful silks for waists, no two a like at W right'. NAPTON Arthur Vaniljrko left thla week for the Went. Ho willatnp for a fow daya wllfi his brother In Kaniat and proba- kly go from thcro to Couer D'Alcne, Idaho. rhomai Klcharl returned from 8U l.ouli Frldar with aome new buggies forthollrcry ttnblothet ha and Kd- ward MaMahan will open up In n lew laya. . Wm Dow. of Nelton, has located hero to cngago In harneaa ami shoo making. Any ono wanting work oono In Ma lino will do well to call on lilm. W F. fA'fario aulTerol a tad Ion In the death of a llttlo girl with aplmtl menlngltli. Tho bereaved parent hate tho sympathy of tho community. Wahnvo a number of new arrival In town. Fount Dyitrt and Charlci HIiarLclfnrd moved In lait week, nnd V T Skluncr, thla week, Our ichnol leather. II 8 Hlchart, niadna flying trip to Marshall Tutu. day enlng. reluming cdntnlt morning. Our druL-slit, r 8 lteynuldi. ro- lururd to town thla week, from Miami where he hail been liltlng lit a parents H'n Hall nnd ion. David who went lojoplln lait week, wrltu back that they are writ pleated. Hurrah fur tha Saline Republican tho Wit paper In tho county. I, W llanra will get In n now itnck of farrulug Iniplciuenla oon. Mia 0 K Haker la Willing her par vnls In Islington thla week. If you have farm or town prop etty, list it Willi me as I uavc scv ert.1 applications for lioth. MaktIii GaumunJk. ! Bimdrcds of People 4 Are Quickly and. 3er-' meinontly Ttostored to HoeiJth by Prof. J. M. DoVoro, originator of the DcVorc Method of Magnetic Mealing. Tin: .Mighty aggregation of I'lienimicnal cures ef fected by I'rof. DoVore (hiring tho past few mouths, anil years, have never been equaled in modern times. People by the score, ami by tho hundreds owe their present good health to this KemarUahlu man. After battling for many years with the grim destroyer, they find at last a method that Positively Cures, ami there is no experimenting about it. Kor the benefit of those who suffer, I'rof. DuVore asks, you to come and try his treatments. Ifegivesa free day every .Monday of each week, anil he also teach es this Profession to others. Call ami see him or write to 1 ROF. J. M. DeVORE, Marshall, Mo. m u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lti 1 1 1 1 mi U 1 1 Li 11 IIUIIIIIIIIIIUIIII The New York Store Between this date and the first part of next month every one has to prepare for Easter; we are now ready to assist you. Nearly every one of our departments is ready for Spring Trade. Our buyer nas returned from New York where he has bought the Very choicest stock of goods that the market could offer. He bought with that same maxim in view under which we aim to sell The Best Quality for the Price. In Dress Goods A beautiful" collection of the rarest weaves and colorings in exclusive stylos in Dress Goods. Any one you buy you may be sure is the correct thing for they are direct from the great fashion centre of our country. Among the finest things we carry you will find no duplicate for we bring on one of a him). Auk to kim mimo nf t hi nnlk'.i dill i-ITivts. till! swell skirtitllf ol.lids. in II fact a look through our i)ass Goods Department will convince you that 1 We Are in the Lead as Al ways. In Silks We are showing some be.uitiful things in Waist Silks, Swell. Poulards, Hcauliful Wash Silks patents, colorings and styles that can be seen nowhere else but here. In Wash Goods, We have opened new Percales, Ginghams, Piques, White Goods, Dimi ties, Organdies, all new, fresh goods in swell up-to-date patents. In Our Clothing Dept. Are Hard to Beat in Price. We are nearly ready. We have received our line of Children's suits, the nobbiest, prettiest, bes't wearing line we could find anywhere and know they We have opened our new "YOUNGS. HATS" None Detter Made. In this hat you see "the correct thing." We are also showing new shirts and neckwear Our new McCall Patterns arc now rcady--lO and 15c. maybr & in, SALTSPUINGS. Ilv lli'jlty nnd .Mr Do (l.irnio, of Mur-lmll, tpenl Tueidny night ullh Wm Mit C'lcllaml. Ill Illy l.nlhlcr. id .Malta lli-nd, ipclit Snliinlay mid Sunday walling Mu.lcr Audi-ran n Orr. Cmlg Mo. Clelland ucnltn Wiiucni Iiiiil' Thumlay In vllt hli neli-i?. Mra (illkenuii. .Mra t'hainlierlnlii rrliinied Klhlay nnimlng from a long v I 1 1 to rtlatlvn In Ohio. Iliirrt I'nrtwma, til Mnrrltall, niirnl n pari nl lait trunk i tilling.) 1' I'lilUr- ii. 0 Hi own hoiiulit coin front Wll.mi lllnlr lat week paying tl.UO per hhl. Mlii Arnutroii-! will tin nipelllnt; Wi-u it her ithool on I'rlil.iy, Mth. Ill, A fuw ol nur youit" iirniilu were nut killing liiddny night. ' Cliaa llriiwn Ii i-onllnvd to tlm hoiiiu ullh a Mivcru cold. Dr. J. I.Burris.D.O., (iradunle nf llic Ainerlc.in Sciiimh, of OstnoPATllv' Kiiksville, Miivvsiiuri. Now ptniiinciilly loc.itcil in this city. OITice over Illll'X IIUIIS.' SIIOK STOKE- OIM'ICK HOURS; l'loni fj to 12 a. m 1'ioul t to 4 p. in. Consultation Free! UllOllll. 'IKUSIEE'.SHALK- Wiimii:a. Krauk T. Oinart and I'ulula Dyiirt, hli wife, liy their deed vf trim ilnlrd Kehruary lit, IH'JI. Iicordeil In hook 21, page 10'.', rrconlrr' iilllcc. Sallnu County, con. veyed tu tlm uinlerilgned, Iriirli-r, tlm fullnwlng ilcurlbvit riml ritutn In tho County uf Hallue, Slalo of MIc ruiirl. tii.wlli Lolinuiiiln-reil two (J), thmi (.1). four (I), live (.'), , (H), loven (71. mid ulghl (N) lu hlocl. nuintit'red four (U, Town uf Sullnu L'lly,, In leouru tho payment of tho iirliiclpul mm luloreil. notei therein ilerliieil nnd now pail due. Where- torn nl I In' reiitieal ul lliu lioMera ol atd piluelpnl nolo nnd ono unpaid nilereii imiu. nnii liy Urine ol the pnwir t-onffrred on mo Ur uid deed nf truit, I will on Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1H99. Ijctwci'n lliti hour of nlno o'clock A. M.. mid II hi o'clock I', M., nt Hi North fiont door nf I lie Court Homo, lu tho City uf Marahnlt, Hiilloe County, Mtiiourl, icll nt puhlir auo lion to lliu hlyheit hldder. for cnih, thv real eituto aliovo doieriliud to pay aid nntKi and tho cuit uf oxecutlug thin trmt. JACOII VAN IIVKK, ni III t t TriiMfe. XOTICK OF ANNUAL r!(l!!00h ELECJ10N. Noilco It hereby ulven to tho iiiiall. lied voteri of tho School Dlilrlct nf Manhall, MlnuHirl. that ml annual meelmg nf tho qiialltled Vnlcri of laid School Olitili-I will In; held on tho lllil'liieiilay In April, IH'J'J, han day, and that i.ihl School Meeting and r.leetlon hill ui hild at tho nine tlmu nnd place at tho Klectlon for tho municipal olllccri ol tho City of Manhall Ii to bo held, and that nl aid Annual Meeting thu following piopoilllom will ha lubmlttcd to hv voted upnn by tho iiialllled volcri of aid School Dlitrlcti t. Tho Annual Klectlon fur two ' Director, fur lliu laid School Dlmlct, each for lliu term of three year'. k'uiliTi) determlno tha leugtli uf School Term In excel! of U month, that tho 1'ubllo Srhooli of laid Dlilrlct hall bo maintained for tho noxt 8cho laitlo yi-nr. JJr.lt To Inerenio lliu annual rate nf Iniallnn lllly ceuli nn thu one liuncl. led ilnllarmif tho aaiesied valualloii In laid School Dlilrlct lo ho lulled for School purpoiet. 1111110 nuinoruii n loan ol twenty Ihiiiiiand dollar for lliu tuirnoio of ereiilng a new School Building, and liiriilnlilug Die taiiiii. In llio -laid ) trlet! lo laiuo bnndt for tho pa) menl of villi loan, duo and payable In twtn- ly ycari. or at tho option of tald On iric!. In ttvt, yean. K.1I1I rlerliun It tn hn liy ballot nt which ullnf the iialllleil loteri uf tho aid School Dlilrlct nra entitled to vole. Done liy Order Of Tho Hoard Ol liilui-allon ol lho ml.l Krhool Din. trli l on Ihli the Olh day of Maii-h, W AllllX I.KIIMAIIII. I'reililent Hoard Kdiienlion, ' Jm A. Fihikic. Ci.kiik Uuy n pair of "Queen Qualitv" of KOSn & IlUCKNlt k. $3.00. BETTER than euro la prevention, liy taking llood'a Bareaparilla you lay Keep wen, wun pure mono, iirong ci vet and a good A I P ETI T E . clolng at tu 0 clock 1. M., uf tha ulng ut loven nVlock, A. M and