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The Saline republican. (Marshall, Mo.) 1892-1899, May 05, 1899, Image 5

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Boaaarta lot pia livtr, and cart
tlUaentM, tick headache, Jaundice,
Biattt, lo&ltnf tlou,eta. Tbrj art lo
valuabl to prevent a cold or break op i
fever. Wild, rtnUe, certain, tber ere worthr
or confidence. Purely TetcUbte. ther,
can oa laaen 07 cnuartn or aeneaie women.
Pile. '.licit til medicine ileelera or by mall
on bt liken br children or delicti woman.
rn, ;ncai an mraicine neeiera i
of C. I. Hood t Co., Low til, Man.
Messrs Atex Bell, John Jabn,
Rob't Thompson. Bob Smith and
D Harrison attended "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," at the opera house
in Marshall Saturday evening.
There will be a snclliue match
in our school house here Friday
evening, May 5th. All are cordi
ally invited to attend,
There were thirty-five pupils
present at our Sunday school lost
Sunday. Try and scud in some
report next Sunday.
Henry llillcbrand returned
home from Warrcusburg last week)
where lie lias been attending
Cyrus Ttirley and ltd Lancan
attended "Uncle Tom'n Cabin" in
Marshall Saturday night.
Mcsdamcs Campbell ntid Sheri
dan visited relatives near Jit
Leonard Monday,
Messrs Hammond and IlliUtrttp
ol Marshall was here on business
Mr and Mrs Joe Hamlll of Mar
shall, attended church here Sun
Misses Maude and Nora Smith
were in Marshall shopping Mon
Mrs II B Ticlcemcycr visited her
parents, Mr and Mrs weaver Mm-
Richard llillcbrand made his
usual trip to Malta Bend Sunday,
Miss Llllic Kvans visited her
parents Saturday and Sunday,
Miss Maude Smith was the guest
ol the Misses welch Sunday.
Miss I.ula Ticlcemcycr visited
friends in Slater tills week.
T Klgney and Thomas Trior
were ill Marshall Monday.
Miss Allie IMynn visllc.l Iiietuls
in Mt. l.eonaid last week.
down. Tba work of removing Ihcm
it In progreit.
V K Johnioo hat rooted from here
to Illgftotvllle.
Jai llalley after a few dart ltl to
frlendt n Springfield returned home
Re? 0 M Uaworlh preached at the
little school borne Tueiday nlgbL
Mrs J II Decker anlved hero latt
Batarday. 1
The littlo glrli wero out Tueiday
night hanging May baikatt.
It E Vaughn of Coffey villa Kaniat
wai here Monday.
A 8'VenAogUn tin bought the Mrs
11 E Blotter property.
8 It Johnion and family baft mov-
cd Into tho Palmer property and w
run a hotel.
Several of our focdert havo eattla
that will toon lo ready (or market.
V II Crum wai In St l.oult lait
wcok with cattle.
J i Jonct ihlppcd a car load of
hog! to 8t l.oult Wednesday.
0 V White It on the lick Hit.
8 II Jeter wat In Marihall Wo lacs.
for sale. I'irst yard one dollar for
fifteen. Second yard seventy-five
cents; third yard lilty cents.
Mm. O. CAiivtM.it, I'.ltmvood
farm, Marshall, Mo. fj; jm
Miss Julia Turle
list tills week.
Mrs J ah n viiilcd
is on the sick
in Miirshall
has them.
liye Glas.sc. Kclley
While walling for a (raveling man
at J W Franklin tud Co's itore, the
team from ItnicH'a barn became roil
leu and itarled. tho driver trying 10
.sludMul Lul 10 00 avail ; by
"Molting they freed theniMlret from
tho buggy, the tongue plowing Into
lliv dirt unm Ihe buggy with Ike
driver left on tho under tide, but htp.
pi I j wat nnt'-hort. The baser and
J hrneeere badly" broken. Tho lawn
wat caught about a mile eatt of town.
II M Johmou formerly of Ihla place
later ol Marihall but now of Klrkt-
tIUc, wroto to hit mother tlatlne that
f Ihey were ail aafe from tho tornado
Ihat Mlrd that town.
On account of our fartnen being to
Buiy putting In their crnpt, our mer-
fthanta in not overworked. A large
acreage ol cum will be put out by
having In plow up to much wheat.
At IhU writing Hie rlvr It (alllog
puny, the farnwri in Iho low laml
eie beginning In llilnk Ihey mlgbt
ve in nioro out but thu ilaoitrr 11
ivltl. tf.u .I--
ll Culm nmiiM'im fp.itit .InfTi.r.im
wnero no t euipluinl u n ilrik
il rrninluei) a few ilaya wild hi
I.m In,... Ii. Iltu tl-ll.. If.,-. I
y hav grown to Ditch ,ait uxtniih
t It vtnt ilceini'd Im U in rut, tlieii
Children' Day oscrclict will bo
obicrved hero Sunday, Junn I, at 8
p m In connection with tho Annivers
ary icrvlcci. t'rrparalloni are being
made for n fcait ftr both body and
out on that day and tho day priced
Ing, It Ii espccled that a baiket din
ner will be eaten In the church ymd
on Ihoio duyt. ltov Hill, of Kaniat
City, ion of llcv Timothy Hill, (now
dead), Iho dedicator ol thu church,
expected to be preient to preach and
alio to lecture. Key Joihua llarbce
hai alio pronnied to come.
Every ono Ii cordially Invited to
llr McLcntion, ol Ml Leonard, wat
In t lit a neighborhood Tueiday even
Ing. Tho doctor ia)i that bujlng
high pried horiei at long rangn Ii
not entirely latlifartory.
Mn J U Orr and iuni, Auderiou
and Kergui, J 1' l'ulkvrion amldaugh.
ler, Enid, and Chat Kolti were ihop'
ping lu Marihall Saturday.
Mn Lander came tut b'unday morn
log with llev Lander. They were Ihe
guciti of Chat llrown'a family.
Mra Lnlilillkcrion, of Warrentourg
It vMlIng her pareuti, Mr and Mra
J I' Kulkcrion.
Dluk Tlioinai hai rented the (50
ucru pailure mulli of hero to It W
Mlsa JMInnlo llaulton and Harry
llader pent Sunday In Manhall.
John Blackburn, of llloiicr, wai
hero Saturday on builocn.
Some of our farniora have com'
mencod planting cornjjf.
' Wru Under ipeut Sunday with rela-
Uvea In Marihall.
J II Galloway aod.wlfe . were In
Marihall Tuetifay
Krneat Kliea wai In our city on
Sunday evening.
Lather Murrey ipent Sunday in
Handles nothing but the - - -
Best of Dry Goods,
and sells at the lowest of prices. We handle the famous line of
Tailor Made Clothing,
manufactured by Roberts Wicks Co., Utica, New York.
Our Shoes arc made by the Roberts, Johnson & Rand
Shoe Co., St. Louis. Every pair warranted, This is the
Best Line of Shoes Wo have
Ever Been Able to Secure.
Our Shoe trade is improving daily.
Our Hat and Cap Stock is complete.
We have a full line of Furnishings at Prices that dcly
competition. Come trade with us and Save money.
North IBeist Corner Square.
Home great Warpaint to he hail at our auction sales.
Don't forget Ihe Nobby
chalm at Kelley'a
Restarts Viltllty, UrtVlieraef Maaaeec.
Cures Imnotcncy, Nl Bbt Kmlislont and
waeiinc uucaacB, uu cuci.ie pci.-
abuae, or exceea ana inait-
.nllnn A nfrm tonlfl and
9nblooI builder. Urlnce the
jNaVrettorea the fire of youth.
n n a iiy man uvu icr uui, wh
or sja.fiUi with a wrlttru irusrfta-
teo ui cura or reiurm we uiuun;,
Send for circular, Addreai,
Clinton A Jaokaon Mm CHIOAUO, 111
l'or !a!c by M, A. Ilrown A Sqn
DrugRlst Mnrsball Mn.
Miit Kvlta Wnlden U vlitltng frlcnda
at tho Station this wi-ek.
Mr and Mrt I L Crady ol St I.nuli
camo Wediieiday evening for a vlilt
to relallrci and frlcndt.
I'mf (I W Cnrpvnlrr Ml Wednputay
fur Klrkivlllo Mo.
Mn A A Winder left Wednvi
day etenlng for an ealended vltii to
rclativea In Shephrrditown and other
polntt In Irglnla.
Mines liva and Maud llardlu ol
Sharon ware In tuwn Wednesday,
Mill Mildred Wnlden went In He.
will Friday to vl.lt friend.
Rv It M Thomn of St Joe l Ihe
gueil of M Whllakcr near thli plneo
u u l.allnier 01 Jianliall wai 011
our Street! Saturdaj.
Mailer Quince Sellwrt lift Satur
day for a vl.lt to hl brolhere Wll
and Ki at Carrollton. i
MI11 Eva 0 Iftynle ol Ihli vicinity
wua f liitlug Irleudt hero lait wtek,
Mlta lltiile Webb vlilltd iMIm
Minnie jiemingnpiu oi uw niauoii
Nopuay ana laeaney.
Kid Stm'l Mctlavlol of Warrant,
burg preached a very Inlcrciilng
lermou at Ihe Chilitlau Church Suu
day morning and evening.
Joieph NelT and family left for their
new home at Mnrehall Monday. Thry
havn .niauy frlxuda hrrv, whu irgret
very iuuch tholr ilrparture.
T111I1I Swtrnev ami til puplli are.
preparing lor a npulllng niatuli nl tldi
place 'J'hiirnljy rvenlug, May lib.
All lnvlti.il,
MUn.OIIIti Hi, .man U ii.a n.- nl
Noilun lid. wi'uk, iiugiiu4l ol lior .li
ter, MriOll IVnibi rluu
Ml Lillian llcn.lcl., uf lliidentan,
lie iiuit nl h'ir Aunt, Mr Turn
Sllten1, Ihii week. 1
Mia Andrew Jaeliun and lilllu
Andrew Jackiou llurmt were In Sla
ter Monday.
Tom llaker had Ihe mlifortune to
loielwo hurx-i liy lightning Thuri
day. (
I.o I Cooper, who hai returned Iroiii
Meil)o, waa In uur vicinity Sunday
Mra A H Venablv, wlio hai had cry
tlpelai for'wowecki, timiich better,
Leon ()retrnd alitor. Mill Laura,
were In Slater Tueiday evening.
Mill Fannin I'tigh wai ahopplng In
Slater Monday.
Carthrea Venahlo ipent Sunday at
r9t ikfiMMi m.itn
H'l ih Uil U Um
tar Id, ffwmliliura
HIIII' tntm t'ltirntfi 0"lle
I WW I II M or ni. I'aul, t4 dlr4.
ilia lata .
nrtuuvi : nnu vi ruuni i uuui
j Hec our immense line of furniture, a car just
1 received and more uJW goods still arriving.
1 Wc handle
i The Alaska Refrigerators
and Ice Chests. Quick.niialf:
Insurance Gasoline Stoyes;
. The wonder 5 minute le
" rnm T?rvret Kicf tnnrl'a'
V::c all to-WdiWfiff
show you thmuRli otir stock; .Tf&efati"' f- '
Vory ReHiwctfully,
B. F. Naylor H. & F. Co.
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