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V. 1 'A ' 1 Tki elftihborriood up near Ami It tMtg to to.af bad as the Phllllplne k(M4. kWmilsy,- Sam Oltllim and Fr4 Hot tail agreed to dlsagrca and down, io Mm factory an J settled ,lC wtlh baro knuckles. A day or two Iwtore.'WIll Merrlrnsn and Geo Madl oii -locked horns" and Madlso cried "nufr' after' be got on lop, bat with his Soger la Nerrlmsn's mouthf tut ' the real thing didn't happen until net! day," when Mra Madison. aud Mrt Mot rlaaao mit' and a fog ol icratchtog. pulling and wrestling took place. Saturday afternoon s party, among whom were Taylor Ouerrant, Simon l'yiher, Frank Howorker. Dr Sullivan, Will Arbogast and Charlie Bchellen berg were wrecked upon a sand-bar abore town and owing to the ttormy waves, part ol them ttayetl' all night. wet and without flro. Although none were christians, an emergency prayer meeting waa Toted and (Inerrant and Schellenbers prayed loudett and longest ' Mist Or Henry died near Ayera sueway morning or mat cruel mon itor that bllghte so many young and promising Uvea, cooiuniptlon. Within throo years, three young member! 0! I bta family have passed out Into the great unknown from coniumptlon, tela, Flank and Ura. Iho remaining membera hare our eympathy. l'rnt. It W Smith haa eold out aad left Ssllno connty. The latt of thla once prominent family has gone from 8a lino, it W baa many triendi hero who regret eerlng him go. Professor O M Sydenatrlcker cloiod a very succesitul term of school at Good Hope last Friday Tho usual good dinner and merry crowd were present, Tboia who attend tho Young Teo ple'a Chrietlan Society at the brick cburcb every Sunday evening, are both entertained and Instructed. Chaa llderfeldrr hai returned from n vlilt In Howard county. II reports ixuui.ni...... tuan mates Judge Krsklu MaCormsck ba been Infrehla health thla winter but li Ini- i roved. At this wrltlug Uncle Matt Cheat' hum, of (lllllain, le retorted dying. Mlii Amelia Wiilttcubeiher has re turned from aKniu.11 City visit. Frank Utcunilry and Anton Mohl kcin aro to become Woodmen. Ask to see sow: of those stylish rcadyto-wcar men's suits at the New York Store. MALTA UEND, How about .that new subscriber? 1 have secured two and ospect to gel a few more. If )uii only get one dor I you see what it will do fur lliu Itmilil.lUAK, Tulk the matter with Jour neighbor, lull him what a good pnper It It, iihow hlui a con-iTSTlf 2iJtlU.tmTTliuppor cau be mado niticli belter In etery way. ,1'ry It nh'l ecu, and my word fur It yon will fii I prmid over the result. Scttrl of our cilltens aio Into to force llm'season by planllnggiirdcn truck In buses 11ml tin 0.1111, so when '"K ciimca Ihcy can rrplant and hitto t-arly egeliibleaj we hupo they nlll be mcccaafiil lii their cnlerprliu. lamer Adams, nho has been to ttok wllli spinal meningitis, It slowly re rut wing uud no hupo tor coittiuua- Ilnu uiilll ho la fully rciturud to health. Tho lour ut iiinskylry oiii bo beard every day and win might think It wss (!tii, Oil after mine of the Filllplno. bulimia mil) hunters after ducke and gCCC, Itov V C James Murled for Confer' ciiea Monday morning. At the session (a hrld at hit old home, St l.oult, we beipcuk a pleasant lnuo for him, W K Johiion hat moved from Wel lington here,' Iluitn ttockman and will add mini In r ntiinv In our ninny . alrculy ingngcd In llie luirlncs. O.O Anderson, w'10 hat been yleltlng ' frlendt here''the'patwek, left Tus- lat furHprncer'a Store, .Calloway Co. where ha will vltll for soma time.. Mrt Fraok' Uetket of Blotter died Sunday at four o'clock, tplnal men Ingltle waa the causa of the death. Interment at Marthall Monday. People thould be about uied 1o tprlni. turamer. autumn and winter weather, all within twenty-four bourr Mra Annie llarnton and family went to K. C Monday which they will make their future homo Ueo Row, of Kantat City, came down Saturday and will apend a few days with hi frlendt here. Tho roada are very mudy and It la with difficulty (hat any kind of a load can be moved. 8 1 Houtton goea tit Martball nut Monday where be will bo a member of the grand Jury. Jotepb Patterion, formerly of Mt Leonard but now of Coney vllle, Kan,. Sundayed here. I)r F V Hulen made a botlncia trip to Columbia Tuetday. He will bo gone tovcral dayt. Mitt M J Bailor It In St l.ouli thli week laying la her stock of ipring millinery. A II Mclloberli has had a tevvre cold but wo learn that ho li ttowly Improving. Tuesday iceuiud in bo drummeri, day by the niiniU'rof traveling men in town. W T (larnett hai moved from town to hit farm three mltei northeast of here. Our tcl'ool la prcparlog to give in entertainment at the cloteof the term. John Schmcdler haa lecured a Job on tho tectlun under foreman llciiket. Tico topping It Iho order of tho day with iulto a number of our cltlieni. Jullui Wllion, of Waverly neigh borhood, was la town Monday. Overcoat! and wrapt canio into de mand very suddenly Saturday. C A l.unbock hsi null the It It and I1L.K. u.111 unrlr f,ir V. H teer. J-M uilrrim-ali,"ot (jVaudTaii. wai In town a few days thli week. Mrs $ Y llalley rrlurncd from Sprlugllcld Tuesday night. I, K tllcni li pullinf up a 1 porch for Mn K (I ray. S T Wllion li hating Iho old black itullti tliop repaired. Col (icrinsn la iiurilng a torn band camcil hy a bull. J K llrady rldrt to and from his ichool at Union. Tho farmcra aro walling for Iho February thaw. V II Criim wnt In K C part of. Inst Heck. W II Cruni la on the lck Hat, Swell dress Roods at the New York Store. sai:t spRruos - Tho laat nicclln,; of tho lllrrary will be held on Friday night, March '.'I Ih. Tho program wilt be epettalH Intercallng. On the .debate will bo four good ilclialcrs whote volcci hare boun heard before In that capacity. Iho "M)t(c Maio," under the editor hip of MUrci Suarbnrougli and Arm. strung, la otpected to bo tho beat Itauo that hai been gotten up. On Hut Hut Stindoy In Juno the I'retbylerlnns expect to celebrate tho uuili aunivetaary 01 1110 organisation of the I'rci church here; thoy are talking of having vlalllng mlulaters preseut to tale part lu thu programme and of having a betkel dlnucr on tha( day and the day pruvlout, At the coming ichuol rlcclloii our llatrlrt Intendi to annex nenrly all i( llm tniK'iM tchuol ill.lrlol, If litis paara we h III tiiun need u turgor liiilldlug nud tiiiii'n than nno lesehor Hume of uur laillet i.ny llinf It li too muuy to in ko a noiiu on 11m ruaua, So tho ladles tlnd It cry t-oiilcnlrnt unlkiiij nn road tides and rail ruml track. Ulyk Kii-d will move to Cowuo'a' UIIU1UUI 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 has 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 tlic rarest weaves and coloring in exclusive styles in Dress Goods. Any one you buy you may be sure is the correct thing for they arc direct from the great fashion centre of our country. Among 'the finest things wc carry you will find no duplicate for we bring, on one of a kind. Ask to sec some of the polka dot effects, the swell skirting plaids, in fact a look through our Dress Goods Department will convince you that We Are in the Lead as Always. In Silks, We are showing some beautiful things in 'Waist Silks, Swell Foulards, Beautiful Wash Silks patcrns, colorings and styles that can bo 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. ready. We have received our line , best wearing line we could find Arc Hard to Beat in Pricci Wc are nearly ready. We have received our line of Children's suits, the nobbiest, prettiest, best wearing line we could find anywhere and know they "YOUNGS HATS" None Dcttcr Made. In this hat you see "the correct thing." We are also sjiowmg new shirts and neckwear. Our new McCall Patterns arc now rcady-IO and 15c. M&YBR & BOH. "iiiiiimimiiiiiuiinuii lllllllllllllllllfllllinilllPinflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllllllinMn i fat in near lltackburn. Ho and Frank Union havo frntoi It for th coming J ear. Wo understand that thu V V. people han ponlpoiicd their" Mother tinum" social on account, of Iho tmd rnmli. In ipllu of tin, bad weather Friday iilght Mlia Ariustrmig'a apcljlng tchuol was very welljUcnccd, Several from hero espc6 to attend Iho rntrrlnlnnient at Iho Shaeklafonl school huuae Friday evening. "V c. ..... i ..,... . . - . ,NJ wioi.i u wiu iiiuri.uirii ui nmraii- all hnrebcen hero taKlngadrantaguof the line thick wealhi-i, Frank Kennedy and Win Kcllel wcro here from Shackelford .looking for work mules. Mr Sliithrr a r-arpenlcr from Malta Herd Waa hern Tuesday in bualneas. J V llrowu was hero laat nock looking after Ids town properly. Thojlroug wind, Sjtiudiiy, levnled some of thu flues In our village. 0 llacon and David Orr were In Mur. shall Monday ,nnd Tuciday. Duncan Orr has been confined tu the home foi several da) a. Mr and Mrs John Oalluwai wcio In .Mll.eonn'd Tuoadny. tlrulir MeClnlland lias ri mined from Warrenabu'rg. Chas Urown took Iho train for Mar. shall Wednesday, Curpettnide U booming at The New York Store. Circuit Ooort. Jtulge Uavls liandcil ilowit Ilis ilcciolon In Hit MIsmts KnKllah ca ngaliiM Marshall Stw lira II. cc I As-wlntioii. Jmlgcmcnt lor ptilntlll In one cat forSliot.27: In the other case the deed ol trust now held by the association will be released upon the ptantilT pay. lnS 51770 I'lalntifT given until May it t-i pay aald amount. W. S. Newell, Jesse Mnrr and Clids.- W. Downs were nnnolnted commissioners by -court to set off dower of Mrs. Mary 15. King In the estate of W. It. King, deceased. Malts fur 8ilc, Three and four year old mules for sale by the pair. Apply to V. A. Vnwtcr mile North-east of S ilt Springs, UI171W W. I', Vawtku it Son. What yot"t see. at the New York Store is to be found in no other store in Saline. Advertisers altould rend the ar ticle concerning the success of Nugent Ilro's on seventh page of this issue. A very tasty and reasonable priced lot of Wall Paper Is sh'owu by the New York Store- . aarthtog tod Invent or Improve i alia nl ' for tit euialulloa uaadalc. IQOIDN PATENTIKL'e . fjrO.A.SttOWMCp. , . ha. Ilrrnk. . "Well, they all Weak," said tha brhUi of a few weeks, "anil I den't know whit you aro gufog to do about It." "lint why don't ynu Ret a bitter bruudt" mid young buibsud, not any too sweetly. "It acems strange, Marlun, that every time I sit down to read this lamp chimney btcaka Into a thcomud pieces I" Kelt nlabt ha came boin.,witli a iiuall 4iekuKe uudcr hli arm. "Jlarlnn," ralil lie. lu a lotia of an perlorlty, "I, bavo bought a chimney that will laat." "How inncbdldyooiayforlr, dear!", "j'liieeu cents, i.iion'i want uny nii.ro of yeu S cent thlnna in tho home. Von sco you women haven't right uu derstAUdliiK at the word ocouomv. Vna think jwl becanre yon gel tbluaa cheap iiiai juu lire aaviDR money wuere" Aud boooulluncd tb. effusion all the tlnio he was pulling tb. chlmucy In place. "Thcre.IV said be, tnrnlpg np tb. Hsht. "Tbero Is cblm coufound the I I Well, I wish all tho glass blowers and Rrocera lu aeveu counties were llrd up aud hung over a clothes line to lliiht II out. You can Ut I'd b Ihtro to coacb tha scrap I" Dotrult I'rto Press. aaa vi ,a t aj -JaW '