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Friday, Jarmary 27, 1911.
1P. 5 .atAMHALL REPUBLICAN 1AILWAT TIME TABLES CAfiTON RY. tl & H. (In effect May? ll.) EAST BOUND TRAINS i ttallw Ma Mltla Vmmmm Ma inpion HIHntMHt..HM.i.iu ini 14 MM-1lajrHflilHt.Loali. 12.U. pm " TeHann.r(vrt.)UklMfoAlMtai " Mlato Arvummoualton, IMpm " Jlgai JIKWK ..... I.utlltlll WKBT BOUND TRAINS I. Dllr,TU Karly lllta. Xuim City,! M Mi a. iiinHriorniiiMi uiif ...."" K II iru u. Ml . I V fn Kuhi Cllf . .4.(0 pa City. .. H. M Pamnier.... t.ttmm sHoponHlgnal , MISSOURI PACIFIC RY, ifT HOUND TRAINS. 412 rMtrnirr travel Mnrhftll . .onni I'sawr ...i ..... i. 10.00am as, umi freigai .wm WHT HOUND TRAINS. Patongfr arrlv.int Marshall nMnm ,'Le.irri.M l.jpm TaeStM. m. pnoM-ngxr trnln arrives In Marshall from ttiii rntl from H.dnlla anil Itavei 10 mlnutei Inlnr for the eat Local Items Julius Ostcr will have his pub Ik alc on Fob. 20th,' J. P. Holtmnn, of Sinter had IniHlnoiui hero Thursday, Miss Darbara McDIvitt Is a now employee nt tho Republican office J. V. L. Davit want to Odwm Saturday to look after his farm. Walter ElUs was hero from Bin tor Wednesday on probate busl ! Two Extra Specials I Geo. Williamson, of Waverly.was stare Monday in the Interest of his laper. I Mrs. J. P. Crank went to Slater Saturday to visit her daughter. Mrs. Shepherd. A. J. Ordway has moved from soar Shackelford to tho Leyhe Fotter fnrm near Miami. Mrs. Henry Ilayob and Mrs. Owen Sweeney are visiting rela tives In Tllot Grove this week. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Drown of Tulsa, Okla were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ilonry Schanz last week Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brightwell of Kansas City, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Brightwell Inst week. Mrs. K. D. Marcum of Hluo Lick was a pleasant and substantial culler at the Republican office Tuca day. E. N. Thompson, who recently moved to Burden, Kansas, writes that ho likes his now homo very scutch. Davis, Campbell and McCoy at tended tho Implement Dealers Convention at Kansas City last week and report ngood time. A Mr. Weaver of St. Louis has rented Ben Bradford's building on South Lafayotte and will conduct a feather cleaning establishment. Win, Q. Zoeller, of Centralia, 111 returned homo Wednesday after n overal week's visit to Wm Weln wrich's north of town. Frank Blackburn of Malta Bend -passed through hero on his way tn Slater Wednesday. IIo was looking after his mule buying. Ii. N. Newton, and 13. R. Pcmber ton attonded the Western Retail Implement Dealers Association at Kansas. City last week. Tle Otterbein Male Quartette will to at tho nigh School tomorrow might, Jan, 28th, to fill ono of the lecture course, numbor.B, Levi Bllllwrsley and wife, of Kansas City, aro spending a month with tho former's parents, Mr.and Jtrs. L, A. Hagan. Tony Stolle, of Dunklin county visited Henry Hayob several, weeks , in' and is now in Cooper county visiting his sister and uncle. For Saturday In Our Great Consolidation Sale ! 9 On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and for two hours only, we will place on sale the following specials: Mrs. Oao. Mooivoy, of west of town who wept to Kansas City eev tavvji. weeks ago to undergo n 3. M. MsnoB, the popu jtjK'.loMl e4or o the Daily Dem- Xtva, bM Ma atkC.H isaniarty ' tm, gnp m 'mh9r'mfiL I GROCERY SPECIAL! I 1500 bushels best INorthern urown r otatoes, I extra fine stock, I SPECIAL AT 70 CENTS PER BUSHEL. I I Not more than S hush pis to one customer. I Get in early for these special bargains. I mm - mr mm mmW I No telephone orders filled. jTHE NEW YORK RACKET I SPECIAL ON MEN'S HATS! 110 dozen Men's Hats in black and light colors, nobbv new st vies, all sizes. HI I fin regular $2.00 values, special at - $1.4.0 McOlnnbia Is a-.il but, bscorrr. Ife'Rft a vretrt rcoara MSlndi Ha Mtd at ttm hlht ar his sloryv . An', ti wasi ts tlorloua kind. !tl Inlmte called him m grafter, Art' msyba h. wa. but I know lie was head av the legions av Uughter, An' I'm nappy to think av him ao. IIo wan brlmmin' wld blarney an' banter An' buitln' wld humor an' run. He rollicked through life at a canter whin It wiun't a race or a run. To women, the beat or the worst one, nil voice waa a tlndher caress. llo'd ajiend his lait clnt like the first one wid a manner no words cua express. He was fond av good dinners an' suppers An' imd av good liquor as wen. An', though ho waa oft on his uppers, Ho heavens, you nlver cud tell, For his smlla was a warm one an' win ning lita manner waa gracious an' bland. In virtuous ways or In slnnln'. Oho, but MculnniM waa grand I McQInnlis Is dead an' departed, Hut ha was a man to the Ind. Ultf handed, big voiced an' big hearted. A frl'nd thnt waa always a frrnd. from New Year'a clear through to De cember He wlnt tho whole route, good or bad. Ochone, wo'll be proud to romember An' aue to be miuin' the laui Derton Hraley In Harper'a Weekly, ii? A niirhtshoe, suffered a loss Miller & Odcll shipped near of Mr. Tind Mrs. Etson Morrcll aro of soveral hundred dollars by n mules to St. Louis Tuesday, one very alck 'at their home on i RuipoS firo In his Mexico poultry house on wcunesuay nnu one yesteruay. street. int work. IIo had insurance. j I J. J. McCoy returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. It. McCully, of from Eagle Lake and other Texna Kingfisher, Okla., are spending aev points. He paid the Terrells wcro oral weeks with tho lattcr's par- busy planting 750 acres of potatoc pnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Martin on 'at Eagle Lake nnd that everything Webt Jackson. looked like spring. iR. L. Utz was in from Blosser Richard Meichcdo was hero from Saturday nnd ronewed for himself southwest of Miami Wednesday nnd sent tho Republican to Mrs.' and handed us a dollar for tho Sarah E. Olbbs, of Madison Cport Republican saying he expected to House, Va. Mrs. Mary C. Edwards died last week nt Independence. She was formerly Miss Catherine Roper of Arrow Rock. Sho attained tho ngci of 79 years. E. E. Pemberton and wife return ed Saturday from Kansas uty, whflra tho former assisted at tno implement dealer's convention and tho latter visited friends several weeks, Frank Crasa was hero from 011- Uam Wednesday and left us sov eral dollars, ono for his renewal nnd ono for the Republican a year to his son-lnrlaw, Fred Hlnnah, of Gilliam. Prosnects for a very cold snap aro crood Dr. M. T. Chastain Sat urday bought two pairs of warm glovos when ho aireaay nau a goou pair. Tho Doctor has a good wca'th er eye. Yesterday was 'as mild as tf sura- mor day, tho thermometer register terlng around 70. Wnat's tno use of going south? So far our gard ners ,have hold themselves back from going to woJfk. Miss Ora Leo Oliver,' a school mistress of Lafayette county, was riven verdict for IW damages in the Circuit Court lasf week for - ... t , - r t. a wreck, nemr Odeaj wo years ago read it till the next Republican gov a steady subscriber maybe notl Chaa. NiemeUu" wwjt to Slater Mrs. Walter Cahlll of Frcdonia Kansas is visiting friends In Mar shall. Will nandloy, wlfo and children of Malta Bend wero Marshall vial tors Saturday. Emmett and Frank Blackburn and Alsters Meadames Allenburg and PhlUip4 of Oklahoma, who camo with tho remains of their ernor is elected. Maybo we'll, gotfmothor, BIrs. Sarah Blackburn re turned 'to tjhcdr homo Monday. P. MutallpassI, of Kansas City, ims opened a now fruit etoro In tho office vacated by tho Gall no Coun ty Land & Investment Co. on West North St. M. L Barron called in Snturday and renewed for his sister, Mrs. B. F. Potter, of Drexel, Mo, and informed us that Mr. and Mrs, Potter's infant daughter died of pneumonia! recently, , The child welshed onlv 3 lbs. " wm aucchoii or oollego addition A nastor on viewlnc his conirrc- 'eatorday called to order th cratlort with blir now hats and fine Kopubllcan sent ao his daujrh clotheft wondered what had bo-'?" at Maykid, Kansas, and said como til the noor neonlo of the Mi Nellio is on the sick list. community.- When he looked over tho collection later ho came to tho Sunday to has trisAd, P, A, Skin ner, who w. reporUi mUc, tait coRCtuslon that they wero all poor, shooting at a Kansas City liotel oaturuay nignt jn wnicn it says Mr. and Mrs. O. A.', Radford Mon- John Allon of Marshall ahot tho day evening entertained the Now clork following a dispute, but tho lork itacKec lorco oi employees wouna was not serious, at their handsomo homo on Eastr ucxiu. iney sparcu no rwns io Tho railroads oio considering the am ono xo an. lng from .argmnent8 they tare " ontltled to a slight raise. If tho J. H. Thomas' grocery otore,ot miserable oorvlco elven now near tho C. & A. dopot, was robbed duo to low rates it's time they aro Sunday night of about forty dol-.ratsed. Or rather it's time that lars worth of goods, conatotlng of our freight and ysxpress aorvico is Jewelry, tobacco, canned , goods, improved. When things aro freight etc. They gained entrance with a cd, it's a guess whether they will koy to the front door. reach their destination in one or loven weeks. August Richter, our veteran shoe maker, nays he received a letter Sam Rufi,of Logan, New Mexico, Tuesoay irom n motner in wro- ormirly oi Grand Pass, in reaew genau, Germany, in which she eaya ing this week adds: 0r pio;p-cts they ise enjoying good heakh but je for irrigation are very brigs tke are getUa harder tRaitd boom" is' beglatng. (Wttl r? - nine jrws nw wire umHmviy ou a yw oiu.. the Blatter, las crryta the mil P " Iqr'UnVWwi aad, Wee At letMH: he fmni htel to lint elaas ea- tte Ltgr-P4r ar is av . . i ' 1 ..1 . 1 mtm Mm i i, Wu 1 i Sbria vm, Mr. tUMMr win, Mm ,imTmitmn, im: aofM, Kr on visit, IstW la 'lMr star. KJh4- d Mr; lliMMUr a deetor Ipf ,thrwtol9tfi VJ.'-Ai Cites, w)q Jhm 'cHargeH o& ti to! iWJwr BaAawaa'Saud MiM MsMd WatiKlifSiledliii 'i. ' A few choice Rhode Island Red Cockerels for sale by Mrs, L. A. Brown, 6 miles south of Slater. R. R. No. 2 Box 33. M-li. FOR SALE-iFivo good farm marcs, good worker and brooders, bred. A. C. Potter, Marshall, Mo. FOR SALE Bourbori red turkey gobblers extra good ones, Mrs, B. Anderson, rfd 3, Marshall, 3tf,- LOST Set of buggy harness and tugs between FairvlVe and Mar shall, also bridlo and rope halter, Sunday, Jan. 22d, Leave at Pot ters Saddlery ahop and get re ward. A. J. Ordway. No Wonder, Photographer rfow pleaso look picas ant. Mnu In the Chair Cou't do it. I am tho funny man on a newspaper. FOR SALE Golden Laced Wyon dotts Cock r ells und thorough Spits pup), . W. S, Mounts, 7 r. f. d, 2, Marshall, Mo. FOR SALE-1 good work horse 1 good brood marc, both gentle J any harness, 1 good milch cow, 2) stoer calves, lgood wagon and harness, 1 single buggy, some household furniture. W. E Flynn, 3 miles oast of Marshall on John Howard farm. 3-lp FOR SALE Brick barn 60x120 ft renting for $30 per month, price $5500, (3000 cash and balance on timo to suit purchaser at S per ct. interest. Also fine Jcrsy heifer, 2 years old, giving two gallons and one quart of good milk dally. Wm. Mitchell, 879 8. Redman 4-7p. i Marshall, Mo. ADMINIKTRATORN' NOTICK. Net the Lathery Kind. A Now Jorsey farmer camo to the city tho other day, and, among other things, bo visited a bleu class restau rant Ills appctlto ran to cheese, and, Inquiring of tho waiter what sort of chceso was listed, ho remarked that ho desired "something now." "Why don't you try a bit of Roque fort?" suggested tho waiter. "What's thntr asked tho farmer. Hang It," ho added, "bring mo some. I llko tho nnrno anyway." IIo ato of It and liked it. So bo thought ho would tako somo homo to his wife. Arriving lalo, bo laid thu small chcoao wrapped In silver paper ou the sideboard. IIo forgot to Inquire about It till tho next night, nud then ho asked his wlfo how sho liked it "Oh, I s'poso it's mighty styllHh up to tho city, but I Jes kinder couldn't ubo it I conldn't got no foam out of It, and when I washed tho children tlioy smollcd kinder funny, and I can't say's I llko If'-PhUadclphla Times. N.lL I. k.rWr thai Ini.r. aij nlnl.lrall.n an Ik. ratal. a UmZZi ' M.K. KlaL..".a..J. liui. ir ih. I'r.k.i. ;; Cunlr, MI.M.H. "alln. hAIIra.aaHalnS alalaia aala . .aUl.ar.rqulr.a I. .akUll tZ,J ml f.rall.waa... wllhla ... r'..r J. . .1 aaU Ull.ra, arlh.r laata f roa. anr kaarlll .1 aa.h aa,-. tr5 If aa.k alala k.a.1 nklkliaS tTl.kl ' !"4 rrilramlka llm. .1 th. -S.iI.Jii Ikla Mall., th.r ahall ba f.r. V.rii.V" al , JACOB VANHYKK jl j"1' Wrallaa.rllaa J.a. 13.4,, A4mr' I Cl..t I ..I.. , 99. t. ffOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. llNotlc. It hfrtbr ilvta la ll"TI. Ji.,'.T. j .Ihtrt nlMltd la the t.Ut. ,1 EIImWiS I Albtit J, Drown, dmr. An Object Leaton. "Charles," said n sharp voiced wom an to her husband in a railway car riage, "do you know thut you and I onco had a roniauco In a railway car- rlagoV" "Never beard of it," replied Charles la a subdued tone. "1 thought you hadn't But don't you remember It was that pair of slip pers I presented to you tho Christmas boforo we wero married that led to our union? You remember bow nicely they fitted, don't you? . Well, Chariot, ono day when we were going to a pic nic you bad your feet tip on a seat, and whan you weren't looking I took your measure. But for that; pair of slippers I don't believe wo'd bavo over been married;" A young unmarried man sitting by immediately took down his feet from the scat Ideas. tavad His Faoe. Watcblug her chance, Mrs. Cbllllcon- Kearney caught tho Information editor in a group of educators. "Mr. Nollojus," sho said, "there is something I have been wanting to ask you for a' long time Will you pleaso tell mo In a fow words what Pythago ras taught?" "Pardon we, madam," answered tho Information editor, "but that would bo telling tales out of school." Chicago Tribune. Fallgulna Experience "Do you think our nowly elected friend will bo ablo to do much?" "I duuno," replied Farmer Corntos- eel. "Ho had such a fight gottln' tho nomination an' such another fight get- tin' elected that I expect bo'l! peed a heap 6' rest, when bo's In office." Washington Star, Roosevelt Planning Tour New York, Jan. 25. Theodore Roosevelt's next tour will begin here March 8, and will awc-cp around the boundaries of the country, through tho South Atlan ta and gulf states, the Southwest, (up the Pacific coast to Idaho and i Montana and thence direct home. Colonel Roosevelt has accepted fitoon engagements to speak and will probably mako more. The itinerary given out tonight fol lows: March 8, leaves Now York; March 9, arrives at Atlanta, Ga.j speakes beforo tho Southern Com mercial congress; leaves MarchO; March 10, arrives at Birmingham, Ala. ; speaks before the child labor convention; March 11, arlves at Jackson, Miss.; speaks at the in vitation of Governor Noel ; arrives t New Orleans and speaks before the Commercial, Club; March ,12 leaves New Orleans; March 13, arrives at San Antonio, Tex.; speaks before the Cattle Raisers' convention; March 14, leaves San Antonio; March 13, arrives at Al buquerque, N. M. will foregather with a delegation of rough riders ; March 16, leaves Albuquerque ; March 17, arrives at Grand Canon, Ariz., March 18, arrives at Phonlx Ariz., motors seventy five miles across country to Uie opening of the ItooBevelt dam, which will bring soveral million acres under Irrigation; sleeps at the town of Roosevelt; March 19, motors to Phoenix stopping on the Way at Mesa where his eon Archie is at school, March 20 leaves Phoenix; March 21 arrives at Los Angeles; speaks t he invitation 'of Gov ernor Hiram Johnson, and at Pasa dena, nearby, before the Tbrobp Polytechnic institute, Ths Way Ha Looked at it. "So you want to marry my daughter, fc you,, young man?" "V-e-s, e-s-J-r." , "Well,, can you support a family?" n-how many are there of xoh. air?" iudpu's" Library. fl. T. Wiion was here yesterday on his return from CeetraUa, where ne nougat awiu ut mum. aid his mm) bad Just bought irM. head of cattle rom Joseph woy ol Cooner eouoty, 9 ' 't IS -IV U ! 1 aaa fl. . :"c"' JViW-iaW ill';' ' 4 " ' 'mKmU M'9i &imis- I -aailaMBiar-BaaeUr wkrt ! it P i J