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Friday, April' ' 1911.
MARSHALL RfePDBLICAy Our Snrihcr .Sfnr.lr i Nriw Lwoo, ) Opened for your Inspection I If l! t.- 4! & 'I' ft, : GountyNews : '.Ui 8 - f J O OUR line was rfever larger, styles make your selections from. If you' really want the best values for your money you have no need to go elsewhere. One single inspec tion will convince you that for style and value we can't be beat. Our High Art, Becker Meyer & Co., J. Capps & Son and L. Adler Suits are right up-to-the-minute in both style and value, $15 to $30. Better clothes for less money is our motto. Clever Clothes Shop. ft HAYES & COOPER. GRAND PASS Mm. J. Robertson, of Kansas City s visiting hor brother, D. n. MrRcvno'Ids and family. - Mni. D. Moreland visited In Marl shall) last week. Mr D. Pxfco was the guest of fricntls and relatives In Marsh all last Friday. Iv- Mlss Pearl Riley spent last Fri day with hor cousin, Mrs. O. Hum phreys, In Malta end. The Wl O. T. U. will meet next next Wednesday nftcrnoon at the M. E. GhurrfA; all arc Invited to attend. L. Kramer wont to Kansas City Friday, to get his new auto. Ho was accompanied by Jess lid wards and W. Hohm. They arrived on Saturday mornlnc. Mr. Krlc Williams, son of the! editor of the Waverly News, was; hpHousIv burned and Injured by an explosion of chemicals Ins I Friday. Krlc has chnrge of the tcl- cplunii' here awl at nvrriy, so has many friends at both places. Mrs. McCluro and children vis-' Hod home folks here Sunday. Rev. J. Scopglns of lllgglnsvllli' preached In the Christian Church, here last Sunday. He will fill hs appointment here every first Sun day, Rev. H. Foster will fill his np-, point men t here next Sunday. SALINE VALLEY Joe F. Olgpr of the Glasgow Several of the farmers In the April 1st Is pnHt, who got fool- Chas. Castle nhlppcd a car load cantlle Co. was here Sunday. i bottom have got their stallls In ed the worst this time? of hogH to Kansas City Monday. Miss Mallnda Strndtmnn spent ' shape for rnlcln? ns sorn as thei This rainy weather Is fine for Mark Cooper tjilppcd n car of several days last week with her j weather permits. wehnt nnd grass nnd also for the cattle to Kansas City Monday ac- frlends at Uttlc Rock. mil IJurnottc Is (lowing oats nt weary clod hopper who followed companylng the cattle, returning George Olger was n Glasgow , present ; ho Is trying his new mare the plow last week. .Tuesday, caller last Sunday. ho purchased from Will Jordan In Jess HoiihIcI; and J. L. Kesaler The new son which arrived at Joe Meyer and son Lenlns arc 'the mall service. Mr. Huriiett? ' were Marshall callers Saturday. the home of Mr. and MrH.,Lester at present the guest o? friend j has a gray team now. j We hear J. W. Moore started to Hutchcrson, March 21st is called at Slater. Hob Johnson has been helping Marshall Saturday and haH not Jnmes Udward and Uncle James J. X. Glger made n 1 illness trip uncle Jack Thornton sow oats for come home yet, perhaps he took- )0olln wears n broad smile, to Marshall last Saturday. . several days. the wrong road and went to Ulack Arbor day will bo observed as Henry Mattox and family of the! Joe Duncan has commenced to water. usual at the school, a short pro- Llttlo Rock vicinity spent Sunday (farm Inthelottom by inking and Quite a number attended the Kram and tho planting of trees, visiting at the homo of Mrs. 01- burning woods. funeral of 12. D. Murphy Frlduy. School election was held April endorff. Charles HI!. Duncan hns been In Uncle Jack Thdrnton Is report jUi nt tho school house. James A light hall shower nccompan- Slater for several days, hauling cd better nt this writing. . t Doolln being re-olectcd director, led by an electrical display vis- for his brothcr-ln-lawK. Cruoa. Quito a number uncut Sunday Mrs. Bottlo Wheeler of Marshall Ited here Sunday night. It do- Huffs and Cioslin nre still cutt- with Mr. and Mrs. Joss Henslcks was out Saturday to sod Mrs. U. voloped Into a general rain c- lug wood on Jim Duncan's place. It being his birthday. n. Wlngflold who is suffering tlnuolng at intervals until Tnes- They have chopped all winter. Well, we have a sure and never with Inflamatory rheumatism, day noon. Very near everyone went to the falling sign of spring J. L. Kcs- Dr. Conncll of Marshall was call With the thought that some 1 school . meeting at both tho uler nnd Jim llobbltt can be seen a to see Mrs. U. U. Wlngflold fair danu- was asking nn npology , Saline and Pleasant Valley. every morning going to the creek Friday. or tendering us an Invitation to; If anybody wants good menl or with their fishing poles, bait and Little" Louise Cooper who Jibb some swell social function, we op-1 chicken-feed, let them cnll on a Jug of, well they aay drinking Kvn m with dlpthorla Is able to ened a daintily sealed and ndd, Charley Taylor; he is running his water. b0 Up UIU1 nround. reused envelope Saturday, only to mill every Saturday. ! Some things wo would llko to miss Salllc Weaver has returned find the words 'April Fool" on' know-who is that young man from m extended visit to reln- NORTH GRAND PASS thnl ls n,wn'" "'"King "Annie tlvea in Virginia and Kentucky. , - ... ... n , Koonnle?" Why Hugo Tcckemey- Mrs. R. P. Carter was In Mnr- , Rev. Groat of Wnyerly and Rev. er dul not gct marrlt,a whlIo tho , p , , , Leatherman of Malta Ilend filled rn, ...... B ,.,,, , Snn(iv Ti,,ni.-9 r ,.n' , ci. Jim Crumbnugh spent n week I r. 1 S Why ,,0n'1 ,,uttcrmMk Set chcal- visiting her parents, Mr. nnd . ......... 4 Pctltsaw chapel last Sunday. .iin,H1in.n.ii'ULi-hr.n t. w... business Mrs. J. M. Kaul nnd Ilttl ter, of Trjpeka, Kas spent DUNKARD CHURCH SANDY HOOK SHACKELFORD every one of It's ton pages. NEW FRANKFORT LnVii ; Vui ni- n. i i i. run,unB i?i- cream soperaior ai jnB. W. Utz, of Marshall was laugh ! ?J w,. 1 1 r.? f hU- M" If ?c.s?,er.rt I,ob out Friday to see his little grand- ler W . o. vo; Hn.i. n mn,,y i'rc8t0" Pter, Louise Cooper, who ls th s lo- , , Vt ,. V tV. I itrocKwny goes wun mem some cky i ed tho sale of Mrs. Kate Weber tmo. u a p iin,,,inp nt nnv n r , . m .t , ,,f w,.u, i, q, .,!,. times it A. u Peuster got any Dr. Lunsford Thompson of Louis at ncrly Inst Saturday. iiinnnr Snmim-; if .t v xnnn ..i. t.-...i... , days among relatives In callty. ' thlslocality. Henry Wilming left Monday for Llvlngston.Montani. George Rhoados of Qood Hopo ls reported on the sick list. Will Thlorfelder nnd wife are In Forest Green, visiting friends nnd relatives. Wilber Rales and wHo of Slater spent Saturday and Sunday with hor sister, Mrs.' Phil Roldenbach. Port Klrby and wife spent Sun- .1 1 . . t . ! . 1.1. uav on liso uniiru'. wua ins o r..n i . . . . a"u Spent IBSl fnn Jm U'onO.m. mnn 1,nu t.. lUUILT. 'Snt.lr.1n.. nt,.l, .wl O I 111. " ! Ol rk1U,nM A. Jenkins of Slater passod r .V,' t,7'V"'V" 1,1 . us n sample of all kinds of weath UUU through here attending to some: olnponeo onll' er..from m! cata euo' . Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kurtz visited - - w. v i 'f V1 fl f i il T Whnr mnlAO unmn 1 TJ-.1. ..I 1- a 1 of tho girls sing more 'sweetly Mrs. Lyndi Is with her daugh- and constantly of late. Can yon ter, Mrs. .John Thomas. tell us, Hugo? . Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Holden wore Mian at..i,., ri!,.. , ,i -w.w vmc, rk.uiuuL-K , ruiur uuu iiumu rf- Miss Mabel Dlckason returned has returnod homo and where he cent y on account of tho Illness home last Sunday from a visit Wont? Why Roy Piper and Jack It hi, .l"tor " Or. wltli her sister, Mrs. Ilrldio Raker nVBart eoliuntlnif nn rnlnv nil,t. tt ' -V.,.. Mr and Mm I pvl rMmM ,,,, Wh,y W,U NV00,, ,0" Sandy IIook vMttu rt,atlvcB ,n Mox,co Mi. and Mrs. LeM Kramer have ntu, movcd to A w Kock? , Tliompson and nlraUcar "MTm.!! .u Th 0at nnd tMvr laaboUt Catherine Larue came out fl St r In In Z: Z LTnn,nn a" BtiWoii anii wo ttn now In hoJ,e Marshall Friday and remained over SlldVj mirnlnl "clKhborhood ,ast ( of good crop of wheat and fruit Sunday with C. J. Thompson's. Mr Z Sn.. nf n .,! n.. and wo dor hopo for n K011 cr0' p R- W...eIow drov.o to Marshall i u , "c1mo"8 at arand Pa8S of watermelons. throuch tho Ar' shower Tues- has the latest style spring mil- NVc( Bomebody outrht to be da, ay' , ,i , pleased wtlh this April woather FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A t i -n-i.!-.. 7 . r 7 i h lwns cn,,lnP ,n th'3 neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. Mackey and tho sumjay, former's mother, nil of Michigan,! . - were the guests of Tom Robinson UHllCireil UlV . 1 L ... 1 I A n im V nv. pasi weoit. Word was received here Mon day that Harry Arbogast, who left hero about a woek ago for the west, died In Colorado Springs) and tho remains would bo sent here for -burial. Quite a hall-storm struck this lo callty Sunday evening. J. S. Bydenstrlcker nnd wife, of Falrville neighborhood visited at D. Tf Sydonstrlcker's this woek. Rev. Norvoll filled his regular appointment here Sunday. The Good Hopo school closed on Friday with tho usunl'big dinner" many visitors being present. A good Jlterary program was ren dered. Prof. Trout taught a very successful term. Miss Viola Jones of Slater is visiting relatives and friends In this community. We've had quite a damp spell of weather. ipERUHOo.UUtLE EVE SALVE Vnl Si1; Good for Nothing but the Eye Boone County White Seed ...... .. . wmc mute me tugn test 01 iper; eanc tor sale at reecnor BViloceryi J. J8,, Crockett, Mar I; ftf I7p. It I Just received at Shackelford Bros. Store, Napton, A nice assortment of Prints, Ginghams, Pcrcalest White Goods, and other items in this lino too numer. ous to mention. Also a first-class lino of Men's and Boys' Overalls, Jumpers, Shirts, Underwear, Hose, Neckties, etc. etc. We carry at all times afresh stockjof Groceries and sell them at prices that will compare favorably ' with any in the county. See, us. for Maud S and 1 Jumbo Flour. We are anxious to buy your eggs and other produce and always pay the highest mar ket price for same. We want everybody to visit our store and inspect our stock, Our' business is r increasing rapidly'and we wish to thank our rasny friends for theii patronage. We cordially invite, , , you Jo call Wewill do our beat to please jpui " 1 . SHACKELFORD BROS., -j NAfTQN, MO:, I I i i i Mrs. nenry Lcmlor was In Sweet Springs Saturday. Marshall Akcman, .wife and chil dren spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Akcqjan's par ents, Robert Connor and' wife. Will Smlloy and wlfo visited John Thomas and wlfo Sunday. Mrs. I. M. Smith and grand children, Lold Moas, and Loona Turner were callers at Robert Conner's Sunday evening, f GuBta and Minnie Kurtz took dlnnor with 'Mrs. I. M, Smth last Sunday. ' , Walter , Murphy was In Marshall Saturday, ' j Lold and Qodie Moss wfll leave Friday for their home In 'raKoma, r.Wash. M'' ' " 1 I, M. Smith Is. on the Blck list. ; , . v BUCKEYE . There- was quite t a shower Mon day whlchvwija .wiaefbadly, , TW two .Kcilsys a4 Xd i Welch aa4' famlliea Vera'f over ;to4 Jolut' Woolam Thiksdjqr' 'night.v'to 'lMar step 'and Walt? ana If any', one chooses ft WarnJust' call'rd'jrid MEN1 ,koA VrAlENtWi toed tiont.JO pr centrprofit. Vm K $i0rdil. Wlr or pwt UmleS r crinners lnvesttsraite. -Weir ProWT !. and he will teach ybUy Clell Witt was s'eVn.travoIfnz'on Buck Eye vat a very late Hour Sat urday night. Walter and Lee White and Roy and Lula Gadberry spent a very delightful evening Saturday wth and after.departlhg thoy said thcrL?90 C?un!- ,alxty.,-fc,cora -'uc per 4vssy7i, 303R. Chetrjut St., PhlladelphU, Pa. enjoeyd1 themselves' Hke "sixty A. C. Porter and daughters an Mss Zella White Wero'shoppln In Miami last Saturday. , ' Misses Mary and Florence Her-' man "wero seen driving around on Buck EyjD last Saturday evening. We. are guessing where Lee Whltb. was Sunday, as ho didn't come''hbmo till' a very late hour that night. All Is not what It seems to be, so a certain boy says on Buck Eye. RIVER VIEW A. Romlne went to Marshall Sat urday. " Orson King shipped two loads of cattle to Chicago Saturday. Frank Hocnor, son nnd daugh ter wero Marshall visitors Mon day and Tuesday. John Kammcycr and elstor, Miss Lena, visited relatives nenr Arrow Rock Saturday and Sunday. Dan Elders visited Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Hoencr and fam ily. John W. Moore and Jesso Hen sick went to Blackwatcr Thurs day to attend tho funeral of Ed Murphy. i Miss Gertrude Johnson returned home Saturday, hor school hav ing closed Friday, March 31st. C. W. Blumhorst and daughter wero Slater callers Monday. MIsb Lillian Hcnslck returned on Wednesday' from n two weeks visit in SJatcr and Marshall. Miss Lorcno Thornton is spend ing tho 'week with Miss Mabel Hcuman. L. N.' Cott, wife and daughters wero chopping In Slater Friday. E. F. Detmor made a flying trip to Slater Saturday afternoon. Joe Thornton nnd elstor, Miss Caroline, visited friends near Sa line Vnllcy Sunday afternoon. PETITESAW Miss Esta Maltcrs visited homo folks nt Lexington Sunday. Messrs, Wm. Mcschcde and Dean Dugglns of Marshall spent n few days In the bottoms hunting. Miss Anna Stockman took dan gerously ill Wednesday ovenlng. but wo aro glad to learn that she Is slowly improving nt ths time John Dcckard ls the proud pos sesBor of .an nuto which ho re ceived Friday. Wo hopo John will remember his friends and give them n rido occasionally. Mrs, Addlo Baker and daughter, Madoy, spent Sunday wRh Mrs. Edwin Baker. Miss Theresa Stockman is teach ing school for her sister, Miso Anna this week". Mrs. Henry Henke nnd children wero dlnnor. guests of Joe- nenkc and family, Sunday. V. Nance and cousin, of Kansas City returnod homo after a few days hunting at E. M. Bryan's. Mrs. Fred Plttman and daughter Frances, spent Sunday ovonlng with F, J, Stockman and family. Earl Medlln returnod homo Wed ncsday after a few days visit with relatives. Rev, Scanlan of Kansas City spent a few days -last week at th'e club house bagging ducks. Frank McRobcrts trsnzastcd busl ncss in Salt' Springs last Tuesday. Russell Weaver and Wife spent Sunday with tho formers, parents at Sltackelford. Joe nenko and Richard Stock man transacted business in Malta Bend Saturday. Will Stockman is working in the Ico plant this week hqlplng with the machinery which thoy soon will havo In working order and Uton "hurrah for Ice." cload. Telephone 22 on 725.. 1 WW. Umbargfcr, 16c i rfd. 2, Napton,Mo. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Buff, Orpington Eggs, 16' for $l.o6 seven settings,) 112 eggs, ,$8.b0i , Mrs. Worthy Bryan,. 22p Grand Pass ..I i i , EGGS FOR SALE-- from tho world's best breeds, S. C. Buff Or pingtons and S. C. barred Ply mouth Rocks, 91.00 per 15 or $6.00 per hundred. R. 8. Donncl, Oak wood Poultry Farm, Sweet Spring Mo., Phone 4210. 14-18 MULES FOR SALE-Well broke 3 to years. H. II. Hyland, rfd 2, ManhaAl, Hi 13-17c BARRED ROCK EGGS for hatch ing Bradley & Thompson ringlets quality best, prices right. Oood layers. Dolllo Roberts, M-arshall, Mo., RFD 6, phone 709, farm. 18p FOR SALE A good single bug gy, reasonable price. Call at Mrs. P. Tracy, North OddH Ave., next to lumber ayrd. I5p World Beater Harrows sold by P.H.Rca Implement Co. SEED CORN, lloone County White, For salo by W, W. Umbnrgor, Wilton Springs, Phono 22 on 725. 17p. Q Hours. 10-12 A. M., 3-5 P. M. Phone Main 0030. Find L. Anderson, A.U., M.D. Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat. Eyes! Tostoil fo: Glasses. SONIC., Ccniurx Dlils.. Kama. Cllr. Mo. I At Marshall oHico In Marshall llldu., Thursdays nnd Fridays. 8 DO DC 300CZ3230CGXC KWanillSpfifer Pnjicr llniiAcrN ami l'nliilei-M 8 OfTIco W. Arrow. Tel. 050. g SoSGKCCSESOSCSIHCXSaSMSWoS aoaa i oocJLaoocryry-oegxiog W. JJ. HUSH, 8 Attorney ul Law. 8 NorthwostlCor. Sq. Phono 585 SoSD0OCSIS3OCXSXZX3CXSB3OCQo2 MT. LEONARD Mrs, H. E. Dlngley visited hor bister Mrs. Si E. Dowdon In Kansas City Sun day and Monday, and Tuesday she went to Harrispnville to attend' tho, state rally of tne Baptist Woman's Mission ary Society. Mrs. M. Gentry was on the sick list the first ol the, week; Miss Laura Knott4, was quite sick early this week. ' t Mr. awl Mry. Hoyklm announce the b"lrth ot a'bab'y l)6y.ltoday,Al)ril3d,. - Mr. Bclghtwefl, ,or ".Kansas City, Is Lester II. kansberger PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and Repaired 18 years (Practical Ex- ft pcrience, Very best Professional References, omcoEastJlSIdQjSquare, Up. stairs noxt to Wrights. MARSHALL, JOG MO. J 0HICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND IT S. 6 J'lLLU In hud nuaA ics, ienlea with I)luc(y o OTacn. iiuT.r-To.rV flUMONU UKaND uold tnrtauis lo nlullvn. VAEH M B1AMONB nilAMO IMI.I.H. for IwenlT-aTS rcar rcsT(iea nn iic,t,Bfcft. Alwiy KcllaUe. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Marshall Wediailay.V , eMaHhall NMaZflBEft BMWt.;iat Mrs. WlMbtv's SmWh Syrap H" lMa UMd for aver IXTT-VB YEAHS tr MILLIONS A HOTUERS tor Uulr CHlUHUiH VVHILR MAKHHC8A. Sold tf BruaHtU In anrr Mrl of Ui world fe aanaod aak fi'atra. WlarVSoolkfai rrup,"ana rtk. no oUr Vliut TwmrV-flT. coot, k JuaaMU.waa. Burial Nomlwwat' AM OLD AMD WJUA TRLHO UUBUT. i i f ic ucALeRS-OIMLY )j. KHi.mimn.l. wiifi V Si'n't'a) ltlthM, ... tlcMil nuoul,0lBf, witti'., di at loMliai nip mur OiPiiai. 6l an lMaW i iyfilAS-ST'M 6.RCTRCCOHlj: At)JH;STi. M" m ihU C'.gotr' Will anlvi o.tl'd.i nulie.. ,.,chtaii ol iwd iiindlat Wrli'lo4r ... u.i imiai, ;t atiiaii optloa la ibli ccumr , .j - -r-.. j?) mm -m --. m "... . . ':v urs.iJianclre 1 readway as-