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SANDY HOOK
The writer BaW, a snake Satur
day and our thoughts at once turn
cd to Blackwater whore one can
get n remedy In case the snake
bit you.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Moore, a fine girl. Mother and
baby doing well.
Some things we would like to
know: Why do the young ladles
kiss when they meet with a young
man stnndlntr by? A bachelor
thinks It's an apology for what
they said abbut each other since
they met Inst. We think It's to
teach the young man how to kiss.
The first Sunday In May Is at
hand the indies' hat show day.
So get yourself n new hat.
Now don't let this cause your
thoughts to wander back to the
blue grnsB regions of Kentucky
where the amber fluid flowed thru
the still-times nro different now.
The writer remembers some fifty
years ago the farmer had to go
14 miles to get his mall ana per
bans carry a basket of eggs on
his nrm to get his wlfo a calico
dress and pay 12 cents per ynrd.
We now hnvo free delivery, buck
ster wngojiH, beef wngons and
of our farmers think we
otiKht to hnvo a booze and tobae
co wagon Moore and Klso think
n buttermilk wagon
J. W. Moore happened to what
might have been n serious acci
dent Monday morning. lie got
ui) before daylight and went to
the Bhctl to get kindling to start
fire and stumbled and fell over
n stray dog. The dog, he says,
was badly frightened.
Wo promised some fish stories
but will hnvo to ask for more time
ns our fishermen Inld off last
week. J. L. Kcssler says It's
noor rule that won't work both
wnvs. but savn some will not. He
says all fishermen nre liars, but
nil liars are not fishermen. We
nlso expect to write some polit
ical news next time about reel
proclty.
For all Bowel Troubles
Uso Dr. Hell's Antl-I'uln. Relief
la nlmost instantaneous. Is also
good externally for all kinds oi
pains. Sold everywhere.
Why Popular
Walk-Over footwear is popular with
style seekers because up-to-thc-minule
in cut and shape.
Popular with comfort, seekers be
cause really foot moulded.
. Popular with economy seekers be
cause made of real leather.
Popular with
all people be
cause made in
all grades.
I
Here' our new
"Pike" Model
In htzh quality, palcn
I her, dull find tan....
PRICE $4.00
ARROW ROCK
Dr. McQulrc and family, J. P.
Biggs and family, J. S. Hoggeand
family, Mcsdamcs S. McMahan, F
P. Morris, Pnrilce Bingham. Harold
Turley and Earl Martin were
among those from our town, who
wore shopping In Marshall Wed
nesday. They made the round
trip In their several autos.
Prof. 11. W. Collins and Miss
Sadie Hoggo were re-elected to
tench our school for next term
at an Increase of salary.
Mrs. Joe Hlllen nnd daughter of
the county were shopping in town
Thursday.
Dave Green and wife of the
county were shopping here Friday
Sam Fisher and wife were the
guests Friday of Mrs. Emma Thorn
ton nt Kelson, Miss Inez Burk ac
companied them home for a visit.
Earl Hoy of Marshall was the
week end visitor of relatives here
and wns accompanied home by
his brother, Albert for nn extend
ed visit.
McsdamcB George Vannrsdell
und Hugo Katerman of Cooper,
were among the crowd shopping
bore Saturday.
Miss Kate Swlnney of the conn
The State Normal School,
WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI.
The Summer School Session.
The LARGEST and most IMPORTANT sum
mer gathering for teachers in Missouri. Attendance
last suirimcr 1028.
All regular courses offered. Special Courses to
meet needs of all classes of teachers.
Rcicw Courses for those preparing to take exam
inations emphasized. State and County credits accept
ed by Superintendents. Normal school credits made
on Rural School Certificate, Regents' Certificate and
Normal Diploma.
Facilities for work the best, cost the lowest.
The Chautauqua at Pcrtlc Springs, Lectures in
the N ormal Auditorium, and the Coburn Players on
the Campus will make Warrcnsburga good placeto be.
Railroad rates, one and one-third fare round trip.
Term begins May 30th and ends August 4lh,
Send for Bulletin. Address,
THE REGISTRAR, Warreruburg, Mo.
I
Others at $3.50 $4.00 $4.50
HOUX BROS.
Knott.
Mrs. Anna
and Walter
MALTA BEND
Mrs. John Nye was shopping In
Marshall Saturday.
Mrs. lllley of Grand Pass was nctchor,
PRAIRIE VIEW
Mrs. Bottle Demosa spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. N. J.
ty came In Saturday nnd visited
several days at the homo of her called at Aug. Katlander's Sunday
grandmother, Mrs. Minerva Ding- afternoon.
ham. Claus Borchers died at his home
Miss Blanche Townscnd was a near Sweet Springs on Sunday
guest Saturday night of Iter aunt, morning April 30, 1911 nt i o'clock.
Mrs. Parlleo Bingham. of paralysis. Funeral services at
Miss Eulalla Dysnrt visited with 10 o'clock ti. m! Tuesday. Burial
Miss Mary Houston Saturday nt Sweet Springs cemetery. We
night. extend our symmpnthy to the
We lind quite a storm Saturday bereaved ones,
nltrht of rain, wind nnd hull. Will Kntlcndcr
Morris Davidson and wife were sick
callers of W. B. DIggs nnd fnmlly
Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. John Siithcrlin, of Kansas
City and Mrs. Elwood Fray
children of Cooper were
estate business which
Larue pleased to learn.
we
arc,
Mrs.
hogst
of
GRAND PASS
Ernst shipped a car
o Kansas City Tuesday.
Charles Demoss Is homo for his
vacation having closod his school
near Marshall.
C. Rcmlck of Kansas City Is
visiting homcfolks.
Mrs. Leo is seriously ill. An
operation was performed Tuesday.
Miss Mollio Demoss closed her
school at the Ell school house
with an excellent program.
Mrs. A. E. Rlloy was tho guest
of Mrs. Wood In Malta Bend on
Wednesday.
Miss Mabel Dickson wbb shop
ping in Marshall Wednesday.
Rov. Cogglns will preach at the
Christian church Sunday.
Mrs. J. Demoss and Mrs. Blanch
Treadway recolvo more now mil
linery quite often as thoy havo so
many orders to fill daily.
S. Burruss has been elected as
principal of our school hero for
another year.
Mrs. A. E. Riley will do sowing
In tho latest stylo and prices nro
reasonable.
There was quite a storm and
rain here Saturday evening nnd
night,
Tho farmers are all delayed by
tho extreme lot of water In their
fields.
transacting business In town last
Wednesday.
Miss Lizzie Adams was shop
ping In Marshall Saturday.
Mrs. Flair and dnughtcr, of
Blackburn came In last Monday
fotr n visit with her daughter, Sirs.
Walter Melnershngen. Mrs. Flair
returned home Wednesday and
IMss Flair remained for a longer
visit.
rMs. Everett Fulton was shop
ping in tho county scat Saturday.
Rev. D. C. C- lton, of Marshall
was the guest of L. A. Allen Sat
urday night nnd Sunday.
John Houston nnd daughters,
Misses Irene nnd Dorthy, were
shopping in Mnrshnll Saturday.
Miss Delia Matter returned to
her homo in Lexington Sunday
evening after n weeks visit with
relatives here.
Harry Bryan spent Saturday
with his parents In Marshall.
Arthur Riley nnd bride who have
been visiting George Humphroy
and family for several days re
turned to their home In Mayvlew
Saturday morning.
Quito a numibor of young peo-
plo from Grand Pass attended the
show given hero last Friday even
ing.
Richard Nichols died at the home
Why Experiment
When Dr. Bell's Plno-Tar-Honoy
.has ibeon tried with satisfaction
!for over sixteen years In millions
lot homes for coughs, colds, croup
land all throat and bronchial trou
'bled, You can get It anywhere
i Look for the bell on tho bottle.
ANTIOCH
Wo had a heavy rain and hall
steam in our community Saturday
evening. Some damage was done
i by lightning.
Andy' Cook and we were shop
ping In Sweet Springs Saturday,
Arthur ,Cox, wife iand daughter
Mabel, were gaests of Ben. nail
nd family .Sunday.
Mr;.,lCuykehdill and daughter,
Mis Ethel; Vre hopping in
jiweftSpriogs; Saturday after
noon., . f
Chester; AkMnari V mbvirig his
dweUnk?lioey o'vw'on the roasl
Miss Katharine Fletcher npont
Friday night and Saturday with
her cousin, Jnnle DcmosR nt Grand
Pnss.
Mrs. II. V. Yowell is better nt
this writing.
Messrs. Tholbort nnd Chcsley
Yowell spent Saturday night nnd
Sundny with their parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. Y. Yowell.
Mrs. Chns. Druuert called on
Mrs N. J. Fletcher Saturday after
noon. ,
Misses Molllc Demoss nnd Orn
Yowell, John Yowell nnd Jimmle
Demoss nttended the show in
Malta Bend Friday night.
Mrs. Gordon Jackson was a
Marshall visitor Saturday.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid
Society were delightfully enter
talnes last Tuesday by Mrs. N. J.
Fletcher.
Ell school closed Friday, April
28th, after a successful term of
school taught by Miss Molllc De
moss. Because of her faithful
work she wns elected teacher for
the ensuing year. Each of her
pupils were promoted to a higher
grade. A prlzo was awarded to
the pupil or pupils attending every
day. Llttlo Emogene Yowell re
cciving the prize which was a
of Mrs. Mahan, Saturday evening locket and chain. May she have
April 29, 1911. The funeral ser- n successful and prosperous years
vices were conducted by Rev. work Is tho wish of the patrons
Jasper Cole at the houso Sunday, und friends of the district and
afternoon. Burial In the Malta community. '
Bond cemetery.
Eczema
YicldB readily to Dr. Bell's An
tiseptic Salve. .You seo an Im
provement after tho first applica
tion. We guarantee it. It is clean
and pleasant to use. 25c a box.
JESTER
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marksbury
and son spent Sunday with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Walter Wade.
Mrs. Jennie Haynio is still sick
at this writing.
Mrs. Mort Doan of Sugar Town
called on her daughter, Mrs. J.
T. Lewis Friday nftornoon.
Miss Zclla Sandidgo of BluoLlck
is visiting In tho neighborhood
this week.
Llttlo narry Caldwell visited his
grandparents a few days last week
Miss Maudlo Vesser of the Neff
neighborhood was visiting In this
vicinity last week.
Mr, and Mrs, J. T. Lewis and
llttlo daughter, Mrs. Sam Butlor
nnd daughters, and Mr. J. K. Lewis
took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
J. S; Lowls and family,
Ed and Harry Caldwell f spent
Sunday with Obod JJobJe,
Mrs. Charley Lowls 'visltpd the
Neff' School Friday afternoon as
It was tha laat day.
, jWe had '.quite, a storm Saturday
sight. '
Miss- Julia Desmond spent Sat
urday1 night with homef oiks. '
' fiflss "Ida LeWjsapent, Tuesday
Miss Ora Yowell returned to
Marshall Sundny afternoon to re
sume her work there.
25c is a Small Amount
You would not suffer ono day for
five times that amount. Then
try Sutherland's Eagle EyeSulve.
Wo guaranteo it to cure, It's pain
less and harmless.
who has been
for the pant two wcekn we
nre glad to say is slowly Improv
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs, A. P. Itcnger nnd
and daughter, Miss Frances, of Elm-
guests wood, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mnrk-
from Friday until Monday at the ham and children, Opal and Ed-
homo of Mrs. Parlleo Blnirhnm. gnr, spent the day with D. M.
Mrs. VIrena Ensthnm visited sev Harris and family Tuesday.
. . i .... l ...I.,.
oral (lays inn -ween wmi ner
daughter, Mrs. Early Thomas.
Oibson nnd wife were dinner
guests Sundny of Harold Turley
nnd wife.
Dan Kuhn, Watson Diggs, Dr. U.
C. nnd fleorge Urndshaw mnde a
round trip to Mnrshnll Monday.
SWEET SPRINGS
John Magulrc, who is "also" in
the real estate business In earnest
said he had )ust closed a deal
by which he sold three brick build
lugs on Main St. for Herman Ren
ken for $10,000, ho taking in ex
change 610 acres in Kearney coun
ty, Kansas, nt $13,100.
A big force of men was nt work
laying the foundation for a now
hotel adjoining the new block on
the south. The hotel is to be two
stories and basement 70x100 ft.
It Is to- be n nice modern hotcL
C. K. Smith Is having it erected.
Happy Results.
(Have Made Many Marshall
Residents Enthusiastic.
NEW HOME
Quite n heavy rain and hail fell
hero Saturday afternoon nnd
night.
The editor nlwnys finds some-i
thing interesting as well nsgoodj No wonder scores of Marshall
business nt Sweet Springs. A citizens grow enthusiastic. It In
vlnlt there Snturdny proved the enough to make anyone happy to
UHiinl rule. .find relief utter years of suffering
Not having a bill ugninst the, Public statements like the follow
good-nntured hardware marchant, ing arc but truthful roprcsonta
J. F. Coulter, we "worked" him lions of the dally work done In
tor u good dinner. At the post-. Mnrshnll by Doan's Kidney Pills.
office wc were more fortunate,
I Mrs. Qcoriro Ehrnmnn. t61 Jef-
havlng a new postmaster to work , feraon ... Marshall. Mo.. sav:
Misses Maymle and Nolle Dier- on. $3 from Mr. Smith nnd two por almost two vears I suffered
kind returned home Monday nf- yenrs subscription from rurnl car- from kidney trouble nnd severe
tor closing their school on Frldny. rler J. S. Hngan made us feel bet- Imin in the small of my back.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom tor. Getting on the street we held 'lCn I stooped, I became dizzy
Lemons, April 29, 1911, a boy. 'em up promiscuously regnrdless nn,j tnc kidney secretions worn
Charles Harris, of Sedalla, visit- of politics, creed or previous ser- unnatural. Upon using Doan's Kid
ed his parents, D. M. nnrrls and vltudc-sco list. ney pmS( procured from Frank-
family Saturday night nnd Sun- Hermnn Renken, the furniture itnB i)rue Store. I wns riven
day. man, beVit us at our own game pr0mpt relief."
now ucrnuon oi aimer preacn- anu instead or giving us a uonar,
ed nt New Home church Sundny showed us through his fine new
morning nnd night. store. It's indeed a dandy one of
Mrs. J. H. Fordham spent Sun- the finest In tho stato. It has
day afternoon with D, M. Harris 15,000 feet of floor space, with
and family. 14 and IS foot ceilings, well light-
Several from near Elmwood ed and finely finished. The store
were In Marshall on Friday of last is four stories in the rear, the
week to hear Llllard and Brock- heating plant being in tho base
man trial. mcnt. He expects to move in in
Miss Maude Harris spent Sun- July. He Is proud of his store
day night with her brother, Lcs- and no one will blame him a min
ter Harris and wife of Sweet ute. We'll get his dollar next trip!
Springs. ' Wc ran across the hustling
Rov. Herndon, John Forbes and Blackburn real estate man, B. F.
family, Mrs. Poindexter, of Sweet Henley, who has moved to Sweet
Springs, C. O. Martin, Misses Ruth Springs and ho "took ub in" to
and Ethel McKlnney and brother, his office In the C. K. Smith build
Edgar, were Sunday guests of ing where ho has a handsomely ap
Mr. and Mrs. John Knott. pointed office and Invites his
Miss Ruth McKlnney spent last friends to call. He says he is do
Thursday night with Miss Bessie Ing a splendid insurance and real
The above statement was given
In June 1900 and on Nov. 20,
1908 Mrs. Ehrnman added: "I still
think highly of Doan's Kidney
Pills and would not be without
n supply In the house."
For sale by all dealers. Prlco
50 cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co.,
Buffnlo, New York, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
nnd take no other.
For Sale
Poland-Ch'.na Boars and Gilts
bred or open, the best we ever
raised, 160 to 225 lbs., $15 and up.
Also rose comb Rhode Island Red
eggs $1 for 15 or $5 perhumfred.
STEDEM STOCK FARM.
BLACKBURN
Quite a crowd from hero attend
cd tho Brockmnn and Llllard trial
Friday nnd Saturday,
Alvln Keith who visited relatives
and friends soveral days return
ed to Turner, Kas., Saturday,
Miss Nellie Washburn wn&Ja vis
Itort v Marshall Friday.
Lewis Wagner visited nt Mar
shall Monday.
Mrs, Bagby and daughter, Miss
Mildred, visited at Mt. Leonard
Tuesday.
Miss Maymle Hlnck, who visited
in St. Loulo several weeks return
ed homo Sundny evening,
Prof, Clason left for hla home
Tuesday morning.
Miss Mamie Hlnck was a pas
senger, to Hlgglnsville Tuesday
evening.;
' Mrs", John John who spent several-
days with her daughter re
turned' home Tuesday.
Miss Rose Hlllen visited at Hig
glnsvlUe Wednesday.
Mr, and 'Mxa; lv F: Nay lor who
visited Mf.'ana Mr?-, H. Jackson
ii i ' this wmwibv ' ' ' k i v r- ' a- - .. j suBHwassssMnr ran m h is hhl iiihhhh ii BHiranMii i usaiiav. . . l x.' .
..Horses Wanted.
want 100 little fat mares and horses from 800 to 1100 lbs. from 4 to 20 years
old. Show me your good draft, driving, and saddle horses. I also buy Shet
land ponies and fat plugs 10-30 years old. I buy more market horses direct
from the farmers than any man in the world. Bring in your good horses, I buy
- them from 4 to 30 years old, from 800 to 1800 pounds.
Arrow Rock, Mo., Thursday, May 11
Marshall, Mo., SmmB.Err' Friday, May 12
Slater, Mo., BlS.Sr Saturday, May 13
' , I buy the best that glow and pay the highest cash price. Show me your
C Vfat" Draft Horses, Drivers, Saddlers, Shetland Ponies and Plugs. Buy any kind
-"fat, Do not brincr any horses to sell unless they are ready to ship to market.
j'I buy the best horses you have to sell, all your little fat mares and horses and all
fat plugs, I am coming to buy horses, not visiting, and have the cash,
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Gross
& Kelley
National Stock Yards, III,
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