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H, . ... WHtay, February, 24, Mil. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN .. . . .. , .. -, . ,i.r . I J GountyNews : BLACKBURN Ilcnry Drunkhorqt and Aa&ast Flakeldel were transacting bnal hmi near Stater Friday. William Wcssler, who haa been visiting relatives In Kansas re turned home Tuesday. Robt. Frltzcll, was a Marshall visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Relth, who have been visiting relatives and friends for several days returned to Nelson Monday. Prank Rollins, who has been via itlng homo folks for several dayn returned to Slater Monday. Miiis Linnlo Dowdcn who has been with her sister in Illinois re turned home Sunday. RcV. I.lmpcr was n passenger to Concordia Monday. Henry Hrunkhorst was a visi tor to Slater Tuesdny. Oscnr Hnrmes who has been vis iting homcfollcH here returned to Slater Sunday. Mm. II. Jnckflon. who has been visiting her sister at Marshall re turned home Tuesday. Miss Dory Story left Tuesday fnr n vlult in Illinois. John Nuwklrk left for several tlnvii visit in Illinois Tuesday. H. Herndon was n visitor to Mar shall Tuesday. 11. P. Henley was n Marshall vis llnr Wednesday. V. Meyer was a passenger to Mnrshnll Wcdnesilny. Kriwnrd Swift was n to Marshnll Wednesday. BUCKEYE Quite a t)llr.r.nrd swept through this vicinity tho last or last wecic A nice little social wan given nt the home of J. L. Williams Snt urtlny night. And after parting nl n very Into hour they declared they had enjoyed themselves very much. And then they wenthomi to drenm sweet dreams and some to awaken with n pain of sorrow to know the time hntl passed Arrived nt the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe Gadhcrry on Wl 17 n nine nound boy. J. L. Wllllnms had a very bad dnv for his sale and It was not very well nttended on nccount of tho weather D. P. White and two of his sons wero on liuck Eye Improving his form tho oast week Doctor M. looks liko hiu heart was broken these days as ho goes along with his head bowed down. Mr. and Mrs. Uugcne Graven been on Huckeye visiting the lant few days. ncllo lloyd how Is the road Trom vniir house to It. D. Hltaffcr'a? We are all surprised to hear that P. 0. Sullivan Is going lo tako chargo of the post office nt Miami next week. SWEET SPRINGS J. W. Smith who has been our old postmaster for seventeen years died Monday, Feb. 20th at 3 p. m. with typhoid pneumonia. Mrs. Will Craln Ii seriously ill at hor home in tho country. Mrs. Herman Rcnkcn of near, noustonla returned home Mon day after spending soveral days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gun Schollc. Mrs. A. D. Ray who has been at tho bedside of hor daughter Mra. Chns. Stephens for about two wcoks returned home last week. Mrs. nattle Parsons returned Pri day night from California whero she has been fiinco fall. Lester McAllister and wife lelurn cd borne from Kansas City Friday and are with his parents In the Roao Valley neighborhood Miss Florence Rothrock andMins Graco Dolap who are boarding in town and going to school apent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Hob Bullock killed four wild ducks Saturday afternoon. Now is a fine time to hunt while the enow is on tho ground. GLENWOOD Nellie Livingston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Livingston, died ill f ihn homo of her parents, four tV'1' t. LI I r. 9 Tlnnflftn Vtfklt k, uth nf heart trouble and tnber- vi .. -- ,., t;;5j iulosls, age is years, one wmuu &!' laid to rest at the Antiock cemc- S I- " . . . .-. , K Mtery. 'We extend our fieepcaiaym M mthv tn the noreavcu latBiiy, Mrs. Robert Conner speai a very fc.nnv birthday. Feb. Utb. Sora old friends came In and mar ii T .r 71 -- . .. . -m. f, prlMd her, MM.,, Conner wmmm. Meyed the company very mwsh, dowMfrosa Kaasaa it Two Weeks Only. 8 Two Weeks Only. LADIES This is your opportunity to get a GOOD "STANDARD" Sewing Machine. "New Paragon," worth $35.00. Compare with those machines agent price you. $20 For Two Weeks Only. $20 Head full Standard size; Bali-Bearings; Posi tive Take-Up; Positive Feed. Guaranteed for 10 years by Standard Sewing Machine Co. I A Good Sewing Machine for $15. The "Standard Rotary Grand' The World's Best Sewing Machine! Two Weeks Only. Two Weeks Only. $29.50 "Standard Rotary Grand." $29.50 You can pay more money, but you can't get a better machine. Above quotations arc for Cash, 0. W. JOHNSTON. P. S. This is a part of our great February Clearance Sale. Great Reductions in Furniture, Rugs and Lace Curtains, etc. In this sale $48 brass beds at $37.50, $27.50 brass beds. $20.00. $12.00 brass beds, $8.50. QOOLsisJUOC -wrf-u'inm nfv -i NORTH GRAND PASS Julo Pcrrlttucy of Drudcts Mill. Mo., wns transacting business In this neighborhood tho firts of the week. Mr .and Mrs. V, II, Rltchart arc the proud parents of n dnughtcr who arrivod at thplr home, Feb. t!0th and hits been given the name of Lois. Mother unci child nro do Iiik nicely. John Hicks who is suffering with tuberculosis nt the homo of his father is no better nt this writing. Luther Ford spent last Satur day night with friends in this vicinity. Ward Williams is on the sick list ' this week. art announce the arrival of a lit tle daughter in their home Sun (lay Kob. mh, 1011. Mrs. C. Weddlo nnd fnther Ililev Hoover visited J. Williams and family in Lexington last Sunday. W. Taylor of HInckburn Is hero assisting Mrs. Flegar and Miss Marie attend to Mr. Flegar In his serious Illness, GRAND PASS I Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Ilurar phroy entertained tho young folks a few evenings ago, i A. E. Riley. D. Morbland and N. Latum transacted business In Mar Hliall, Saturday. I Calvin Flegar ono of our oldest nnd wealthiest citlzena Is qulto sick. I Tho young folks of tho school agreeable surprised Mr. and Mrs. lidwarus and Miss Clarise Williams laBt Friday evening when they all gathered at the homo and enjoy ed several hours socially. J. Singleton is quite sick with . pneumonia, Rev. Poster will fill, bis regular appointment at the M. E. church Sunday, ! Last Sunday there was no ser vices at the church on, account 'of the weather. Rev. Bolton 'of Mar shall came up, but could hold no service as the, people cpuld not come out. Miss Nell Holloway of Marshall peat this w;eek with feer aunt,Mrs Dr Wslkerj ' , Mr. and Mrs.. Henderson Rich- One Thousand Bushel First Class Seed Oats, Never Rained On. See Andy Wesson, two miles east of Shackelford, or Dr. J. F. Phelon of Marshall, over tho Marshall Hook Store. Office phone 315. 8-0p NELSON Miss Nora Ault visited ln Illnck waterl azt Friday. Albert Owens and wife of Seda 11a, came up on the train Sunday afternoon and were tho guests of L. F. McCluro nnd family. Will Dawes of Marshall spent Sunday In Nelson with his broth or, C, D. Davis. Miss Bessie Parks went to Mar shall Friday afternoon and stayed over Sunday with home folks. Several from Nelson attended the show in Blackwater Friday night. , George Macklor of Blackwater, was, a Nelson visitor last Sunday. Mrs. L. F. McCluro entertained the following at dinner last Siiri I day, Dr. L. I, Shuck and family, W. B. Flanders and family and L. AI. Haynlo and wife. c Airs, donn Aioreiana, oi near (MoborIy arrived Sunday and will visit several uayu wun. w. xnorp and family. Mrs.'' .Lester W'oodsmall and son of 'near Marshall spent several daysl ast week wuth J; M. Baker and wife. Miss lEizabcth Marshall return ed home Friday after several days visit to her sister, Mrs. Lewis Petry. Ouss Petry and family were out sleigh riding Tuesday. Mcsdames R. B. Thorp, B. E, Staples, John Morcland and Jos. Staples all went to Blackwater, Tuesday to spend the day with Mrs. 'Ruth Holman. MrjCarl Barnctt left Monday for her home in Kasnas City. Miss Lucy Marshall of thecoun- try4ipcnt several days in town last week with Miss Frances Ilig Rlnbotham. R. B. Finley and brother who are. building a residence on the Mar shall Farm arc home for a few days on account of the weather. Miss Nora Ault is up near Mar shall this week at the home of Lester Woodsmall. Miss Luia Thorp has been on the sick list this week. Mrs, Mnry Wallace who has been visiting with Mrs. Wade Hlggln botham and Mrs, Vic Townscnd foe several days went to Arrow Rock where she will spend the spring and summer at the home of Dan Watts. C. H. Davis and wife are visit ing Mr. Davis' brother in the country. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A Morris Young brought some cat tie over from Charlton county this week, nnd had some trouble on the wny. They were crossing on the ferry nt Miami, and over loaded the boat, which sank. All the cattle were finally gotten over however, nnd the boat loaded less heavily next time. Want (Hid (or Sale Column FOIl SALB-a olden Laced Wyon dotts Cock rolls nnd thorough SpKs pupa. . W, S. Mounts, r. f. d. 2, Marshall, Mo. FoirSALB-Two UioToughbrcd Short-horn bulls, ono eligible to register. Both nrc yearlings. M. C. Snyder, rfd 1, Mnrshnll. lOp. FOR SALB Brick barn C0xl20ft ronting for $50 per month, price $5500, $3000 cash and balance on timo to suit purchaser at 5 per ct. interest. Also fine Jcrsy heifer, 2 years old, giving two gallons and ono quart of good milk dally. Wm. MPcholl, 870 S. Redman l-7p, Marshall, Mo. MEN and WOMEN sell guaran teed hose. 70 per cent profit. Mako $10 daily. Full or part time. Be ginners Investigate. Wear Proof, 8038 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 5-18p. As I havo rented my farm for tho coming year will offer for aalo privately at my farm 0 mllcasouth of Slater. 3 horses, 2 mares, 1 mule all extra good ones. 1 extra good milk cow, bo fresh soon, 25 head shoata and brood sows. All farm machinery, a lot of poultry and seed corn, Early Dent, also 30 tons of oxtra timothy nay in tho" bale,. L. A. Brown, 6-7c rfd 8 Marshall, Mo, FOR SALE Second-hand up right piano, In good condition. Harley Spanglcr, Marshall 0-7p FOR SALE-Slnglo comb Buff Leghorns, quality the best, prices reasonable. E. H. McMahan, rfd 1, Sweet Springs, Mo. Phone 8109. Op WANTED Millinery apprentice at Ema M. Chaffee's. 8, MULES FOR SALE-20 broko mules, coming 4 and 0 year olds, all good onea. J. H. VanWlnkle, 8-12p. Norton, Mo. LOST Ladles dark blue coat Feb; 10, 1011 between FalrvJlleand Marshal, Flndei plctoso notify Mattle Jamea, rfd 4. Marshall, Mo, FOR SALE Farm mule fox for sale, broko or unbroke. Ateo will exchange unbroke mules fior broke, mulea. Most of theso mules are from- 3 to- 8 yeara old. H, H. Hyland, 8-9p,, rfd 2, Marshall, Mo FOR SALE Thoroughbred Po land China boar, Geo, J, Chriaman Marshall R. F,D. 1. FOR SALE-Slnglo comb ' buff leghorn eggs, quality the beat. The prkeLreaaonable. ' Bf H, HcMarn, rfdciln'Swaeit Springs, Phone oto STRAYED A four year old blare; jsced, sorrel mare, fifteen hands ' high, When she br oke loose at Napton, Tuesday, Feb.. 21st, she had on, a saddle and was coyerea with ,a horse ' blanket. ' Aayv ria fc.rmatlcm'as' to her wbara abents will m appraaUUd- by' Louis .V; RIDGE PRAIRIE Mr. and Mrs.(Warner Caton en tertained at dinner Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Obe Marr and son, Os car, Mrs'. Jane Campbell and Dan Johnson. Miss Emma Marr returned Sat urday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Will Baker of Longwood. J. T. Ritchey and son held a big sale Wednesday. It consist ed mostly of mules which sold very high. . SundayO B. Marr hitched a fjne pair of' mules to Jils sled and took a mtaabcr of young peoplo a ride thAjf; the deeply drifted lanes and then took them to his home for dinner. Late in the af ternoon he took his guests to their homes. All reported a fine time. Among those present were Mr, and Mrs. iFrank Marr, Mr and Mrs. Warner Caton and little girl, Mrs. Elizabeth Marr, Mrs. Jane Campbell und D. H. Johnson and family. A pic supper was held at the Oak Hill school house Friday even ing and in spite of the bad wcath cr a good crowd was present and the proceeds were $20. Mrs. Elizabeth Marr entertained a number of friends at a turkey dinner Tuesday. Everybody be sure to attend, "The Silent Detective" at Ridge Prairie church Friday, March 3. Admission 25c. Robt. Long and family left for RlngO, Texas, for a soveral weeks visit this wcok. Mitt Edna Morrit, Trained Nurte. Has had two years of special surgical worK. Passe 56. Marshall, Me. Hours, 1012 A. M 3-5 P. M. Phono Main 6939. Finis L. Anderson, A.B., M.D. Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Eyes Tested for Glasses. Ofllcc, Ctntiirr DIJf.. K.ni.a Ctlr. Mo. At Marshall offlco In Marshall Dldg., Thursdays and Fridays. KBC OGSE33OGS30C Alberta Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho 1 California Texas and Mexico Montana New Mexico Wyoming Oregon iMl Washington VI Chicago & AitoiVR. R. Exceptionally Low One-Way Fares UN EFFECT March 10 to April 10 INCLUSIVE Through Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars to Cali fornia from St. Louis Every Day For complete particulars call upon or address O. E. HAWTHORNE, Ticket Agent, Marshall, Mc. 8oce CC333S3CK oocaso: lau, mc. H ,-1 J VANDYKE J. T FISHER L. W VANDYKE VanDyke& do. FARM LOANS. Loweot Rates Easiest Termi Office: Between New York Racket and Bank of Saline. MARSHALL, MO. Mm HUSTON BANK. MARSHALL, MO. GEO. A. MURRELL, President. J. S. LAMKIN. Assistant Cashier. J. P. HUSTON, Cashier. (.pitil, $100,000. Surpius,SI00,000. imnrCTsmrrBts It WillPiy YVj to Gilloa J. T. ISBELL, who is still doing busi ness t the old stand and looks after all his business. He does the best Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing done in the city. Bring me your business. J. T. ISBELL, 8. W. Cor. Jefferson Avenue and Morgan Street, MARSHALL, MISSOURI 8 HP! eO S T E Q PAT HY 1 IS CWMtific smetkoi of trcitiarf aH eLuu. J 41.- mm, by- oermstiag say mU all itvittiom talks My ssskfup, fei Msk'sai cvsfy W oftW ko4y - " " sma hmsJu " -vi . ' ' 'bodsmall and ..pnUith B bor.? - itlaaket, Aayvrl- ) DlNUGKIsES NIIOKT all spent ieveral fcirmatldoaa; to her whir '99thi IT'Iir ffftfc? T KVV?