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Thursday, November 16, 1911. ', Wi st County News a MALTA BEND M-T Ahlf left Inst Mohdny even ly 7 ir n visit with Mr. Case and family at WItehlta, Kansas. arlcs can say nothing that will benefit the dead. Wo know how ever that an earnest, active life Is ended. The husband who has been a faithful and loving companion will be lonely In this bereavement. The sympathies of every good man and woman will go out to him with the hope that ho will find con solatlon In the rich legacy of a spotless character and the bright Mrs. England after having spent quite a while visiting relatives In example of a useful life. The do- xown, rcturreu noma last aunuay ceased leaves besides her husband morning. Jnnd tw6 sons, two brothers and Everett Fulton was transacting three sisters and a host of sorrow business In Kansas City several lng friends to mourn her death, days last wook. 1 She will bo greatly missed among Lee Ilryan came over from Mar- UB for all who knew her loved her, shall last" Tuesday to visit his nnj tho sorely bereaved family nunt. ;.havo tho heartfelt sympathy of Mrs. Grant Dush after having the cntlro community. The funer spont sovroal weeks visiting her nl services were hold at tho First sister In St. Loulsepcturned home M. E. Church Friday morning con last Tuesday evening, i ducted by Rev. Lcatherman. The Mrs. Ernest Wilson and son El- Malta Bend Rcbokah Lodge No. mer were shipping In Marshnll 624 assisted by tho Eastern Star last Tuesday. lodge took charge of the remains Miss Laura Webb of Grand Pass which wore Interred In tho Malta was in town last Tuesday. Bond cemetery with the beautiful F. C. Blackburn Was transacting ceremonies of tho Orders, business In Marshall last Wednos- dM r n m m , , ,' DAVIS DISTRICT Mrs. F. C. Blackburn nntortnlnnd tho Fanov Work Club nt bor homo Chas. Elliott and wife of Kansas last Wednesday afternoon. clty arc visiting tho lattcr's par Mrs. Sam Tobln nnd Mrs. Jnmes cnts Mr- and Mrs. J. S. Johnson. Baker were sbonnlnir In Marshall Mian Josio Walker of near Ayrcs last Wednesday. I8 visiting nt tho homo of Hamncr Mr. and Mrs. Herbert nnnnbnrff- Audslcy and family this week. cr lof ML Leonard visited Mrs.' Misses Mary and Florence Hcrr- Itansborger'a parents Mr. and Mrs nn ro vlaltlng relatives in Everett Fulton innt FrWnv . .Carroll and Charlton counties at Mr. Tatum of Grand Pass was thU writing, transacting business In town last Llttlo Vera Jott entertained Tuesday. 1 ow KJ "cr Mends Saturday at ter- Mlas Esther Plattner spent 4 last noon in lxonor "cr ninth blrth- Frldav nlirht with her undo John "' A nlco tlmo was reported. Plnttner nnd fnmllv f nmnrt PnHn. The shoo box suppor nt the She was acoomnanled homo "Satur- "cho1 ,,0UBe Frl(ly night was day morning by hor cousin, Miss success, twenty-five boxes were Bortha Plattnsr. 1 80,(1 bringing $16.75 wJUch will be Mrs. Levi Kramer of Grand Pass U8oJ to purchnao a teachers desk nttondad tho funeral of Mrs. A. W. nnd c,mlr Kapp last Friday. ,say wUl be regular prench- Mr. and Mrs. David Rohn nnd "S services at Prospect church. Miss OHvo Booth of Grand Pass, "onry Oadbcrry made a business were in town last Friday to attend trip to Mnrshall Saturday, the funeral of Mrs. Kapp. U Frod Herman, formerly of here Maurice Brown enmo camo homo who l working in tho machine from Fayotto Saturday morning to "'mP In Sodalla was married to sroftd smvrnl ilnvii with bomofolks. Miss Laura Stovona of that plncc mcy wui resiuc in ecuaim. WOODSON Walker Flnloy visited his aunt, nnd uncle, Tlonrosnnntlvn flnr.-lnpr. her or J wife of St. Xouls from Wed nesday until Saturday. Mrs. Jnmes Scott. Sr.. litis h?on quite sick tha past few days. rtf. M. Walker shipped some nice fat sheao to St. Louis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Clark Sr., Oskaloosn, Iown that Mrs. Nancy Martin Is not expected to live. Miss Nello Dicrklng spent irom Friday until Sunday with homcfolks. J J. Murray visited in our neigh borhood from Saturday until Monday. NEW FRANKFORT We think 11-11-11 will be well nro vl9,Unz relatives and frlcnJs remembered in tho minds of mn( ln tlllfl neighborhood of our people ns too manv were dnaoni mas ronton his farm c?!inu-hL In tlin .lillzznrd nnd Wnrn n-1 uncic, V, W. UOgnrt. MT. not at all urcnared to face the Jncobl w,u movo near Marshnll. oxtrnmc. cbnntro nt wonMmr. UMrs. E-.l. Merry Is visiting rein n. E. Wllmln? hn-.l n bum rnln-h'es and f Hands In Marshall this Inir Tucsdnv. wcalt Mrs. Elder returned to her home ' Mrfl c c c,ark visited her par- In Slater Monday. cnts, Judge Force and family Frl Mrs. Frier 'of Laddona visited uny, relatives hero a few davs last 0ur h9 can unusually tin week, pleasant and November Is trying Mrs. Zlnk of Kansas City was ln 130 bo a cr month Vcry iotmV our town last week. n,,J co,u Mrs. Phil Reldenbach nnd babV Il A Tussey 22 22 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinni some vlsitoJ relatives ln Marshall Sun day. Jim And Cecil Jones of Slater, word dowm Sunday. Tho plo social given at New Frnnkfort Friday night was well attended, Wo did not learn the amount taken In. la having wood sawed this week. Rev. Anderson flas delivered somo very fine sermons at Salem tho past week. RIVER VIEW wprc E. F. Dctmer nnd family In Slater Saturday trading. Mrs. A. Bowler is vlsltlns with I f Qnk RTQ vMlng hcr GLENWOOD Mrs. Kathorlno Rcld died at the homo of hcr son G. T. Rcld, Nov. 3, aged 79 years and 10 months. She leaves several children. Ilcr remains were taken to Scdalla for burial. Mrs. Daisy Cole and son, Harold hcr grand-daughter Mrs. Wood Johnson. Mrs. Walter Knmmcycr nnd Miss uncle and nunL Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Smith. Mrs. G. 12. Rcld and Miss Mollic Lena Knmmoycr wcro shopping in HcU vl(,,tc(1 the ;ormcr8 pnVents Rtmrmnn TTninlnii u-nd (rnnmict- WO. I lng business In tho county scat last Friday. 1 Mrs. Ilumphroy nnd son of Grnnd Pass visited hor son -George Hum phrey and family Saturday and Sunday. NEW HOME John Knott la on tho sick list but Is convalescent. Mrs. William McVoy nnd two children of SL Jotrcamc downMon was in town Friday. I Misses Rbhn of Grand Pass vlsit- od Miss Leah Thornton last Satur day and Sunday. mother Mrs A. J. Allen. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Flotoh Hollia nnd ichlldronot Hodgo visited Miss Mol I Ho Dnrnlll fmm Sniur-.lnv until Master Ernest Guthrey wos In Monday, tho county scat Saturday. j Mlss Frances Reader returned DIED Mrs. Lydln Kapp, wife of homo Saturday after a short visit A. W. Kapp, died nt her homo in Malta Bend Wednesday, Nov. 8th, 1911. Sho lived a consistent Chrls- wlth relatives in Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilarris nnd son courtnoy 01 sounlla camo up tlan life, and died trusting Implicct Sunday for n visit with rolatlvcs ly in tho promlsa of tho fnlth sho 1 and friends. profossod. Biographies and obitu- Wo have Just received word from You Need 'em Right Now Specials for Men Men's arctics, special value..... 98c Men's arctics, heavy rolled edge. ....... ..$1.39 Men's underwear, 50c value, fleeced. ;...... ,39c Extra heavy fleeced, exceptional value 48c 75c value ribbed under wear, per garment. . . .48c $1.00 value ribbed under wear, our price 69c $1.00 wool fleeced the' kind that is warm 85c Men's sweaters, a dandy heavy one .., .48c Men's sweaters, a $1.00 value. a . .09c Specials for Ladies Big muslin bargain; bleach ed, better than Hope,.7Kc $4.50 wool blanket, biggest bargain ever. ...... .$3.19 $3.50 wool blanketj , startling value 2.69 $2.50 wool blankets, you'll buy 'era quick 1.98 Children's sweaters, worth 50c, our price 25c Children's under wear.vests and pants, all sizes, for boys and girls, big or little, only 19c Ladies' union suits, a dandy one for only ... .48c Ladies' union suits, fine white garment.. 69c Ladies' heavy union suit, tho cold weather kind. .98c Gilliam Wednesday. Miss Mabel Ilcuman spent Sntur day and Sunday with homcfolks. J A. Tlonslck was n Marshall vis itor Saturday. Miss Hannah Hooner, was shop ping In Gilliam Thursday. D. J. Dickson and wife, J. F.pfeff Mr. nnd Mrs. C J?. Thomas, Sat urday and Sunday. Miss Llnnlc Dennis vlnltod hcr sister Mrs. I. J. Holdon last week. 1 Mrs. G. T. Rcld and daughter, Catherine, spent Saturday after Woon with Mrs. I. M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Vnrdoman nnd family, T. J. Stivers, wlfo and Lt,f otPtinv ni,,ht n,itl Sundav Miss Leo Lawless of Slater, A. W. wlth Mr Vnrdcman's parents Mr. Ncff nmi who nnti w. 11. mormon m, Mr. L M amlth. nhd family woro guests Sundny of Jess Hcnslck nnd family. O. T. Rcld and tvons had busl rcss in Sweet Springs Saturday. Iff M ( jj HERNDON Mr. nnd Mrs. John Misters and son, Will, woro In Marshall Satur day. A crowd from Hcrndon went on Friday evening to attend n .hook ' !?u. . I T fj SALINE POINT There was more than one dlsap- .jwlnted Saturday night on ac count of tho weather. Ask Ernest what went wrong Wesley thought it guess I..... 1 A Qimflnlt AVn.llllC nS Mr. and Irs..LowU Brown, of 771 Sinter visited Mr. and Mrs. n. A. I ' " fc Tlvomnsf rom Saturday until Tucs-p-'"11"- . ,.,, - 1 ilrn 1J3 iww nun 'imuiift 1,51 J , 0 tlnftiitB inn ilnV liiHt Wool chisweii, who teaches - ' I UU Y KlltUt Mrs W Ernest Hcrjidon school, took his pupils on Friday afternoon to Stonewall school, whoro they spelled against 1 1 11- a . . 1 1 mLA time was a tie ot ono to one, tho fit?.rm Saturday. second tlma throo to ono ln favor of Hcrndon. Last Friday afternoon, 'Mrs, T don't tho snmo mall man go by your jnnll box ns tho one on tho corner? The hunters went homo In tho Wonder why Miko bought him - I. At.t ... l.rt TIa M A If a r.o buu linn wixM w dj s this wedding suit and wo are A Few Grocery Specials: Cabbage, per lb 2c Fine potatoes, bu.. , 90c Apples, per peck 10c Fancy .apples, peck. ...... ,15c 3 'pkgs. 5c washing powder . 10c Dry ilt meat, per lb ..10c Dry salt 'mii extra, leu 112c Coiiatrysorghum, .quart . ' ' JMaM''jar , . , . , ,20c, 1 Couatry vorghum, 1-2 'gal. l;- 15 lbs. sugar k..$1.00 Large pickles, per gal.,. . . .25c Saur kraut, gallon...,,... 20c Real hams, per lb.,' only. . . .15c Cider vinegar, gallon .19c 2 boxes 5c matqhes .......... .5c Large can tomatoes. . ..... .10c 3 cans corn1 ... . . , , .23c 2 cans peas .. 25c 4 cans pumpkin . . .. ..... .25c v3 pkgfwiipeik ftpur . . . . ,25c nomas surprised her little' daugh-h"nJcJl ! . W "1 i?..i., ,-l, .1.- ml tnnr., flrn. " t , mldsb'iat this writing visiting rein sclwol by having tho tnblo spread m ' with a Mr huny dinner ana six vlolnnnrneB d Mrs.Cnrrlo guosts awaiting tho llttlo hostess. K, ,iB. nf mi- .1 iif .1. i. 'Gibbons nro on tha sick list at natod tho ago of the llttlo girl, nor W1 Z surnrlso was onloyod by all. Tho severe change In tho weath a. w. obcrkrom, Herman Lelm or Saturday caused a great loss Ikuhlor nnd Misses Lydla Solbold to fowls, vegetables, fruit and ttWj Florn Lelmkuhler wcro up flowcra ns well as great discomfort (rom near Llttlo Rock Thursday to thoso who ' were caught awoy and mado tho Republican office n from homo dressed for summer nleasant call. The young folks weathor. I seemed rather anxious for a wed- Mrs. Jano Fonwlck and daugh- ding and probably they had that ter vUlted tho former's father Sat- hn mind In coming to" Marshall but urtlny. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A Uhey couldn't got 1 courage and went 'homo without tho license. We don't know who was afraid but K wo find out wa'll fix It up next tlmo they corns to town. 1 It Fits Perfectly I EE 1 1 . is the general expression a man j 1 hears when wearing B. Kuppen- g 1 heimer or Adder's Collegian g Clothes. They are so different f g to other makes, and they possess g g an individual style , that places g g these garments in a class by them- g g selves. We are showing an un- g limited assortment of fabrics in g g all the newest colorings and pat- H H terns, enough to satisfy the most j I particular man. j Prices range from $15.00 to g I $40.00 in both suits and overcoats, g : x : We arc the cxslusive agents for the Royal EE Tnilor Madc-to-Mcasurc Clothes EE I J. BERG & SON, I The Fastest Growing Store in Central Missouri S. V. COR. SQUARE, MARSHALL, MO. 3 IE NORTH GRAND PASS W. F. Utlaut Is building a new corn pen at his farm, Mrs. Emma IJrltton returned to hcr homo In Steelsvlllo after two weeks visit with her sons. C. C. Mack killed hogs last Tues day. C. W. DlckaBon drove to Mar shall Saturday with a load of po tatoes. r'.ci again several yenrs later, rear m them at Malta Dend. This was their first meeting since ami thoy mado a family reunion of It. Those present hero at tho Williams home were iMr. and Mrs. W. H. Reagcr and two llttlo daughter), of Iowa; Mr. nnd Mrs. Julo Jennings and two children of Kansas ; Miss Net tle Kinnamon, of Malta Rend, an aunt; Miss EIbIo. Tobln who nt- I BLACKBURN E. u. urunkhorot was n passen ger to Kansas City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Keith and son, visited nt Sweet Springs Saturday. Mrs. Joo Brltonsteln and daugh ter Ruth visited at Marshall Fri day and Saturday, joo Brltonsteln left for Kansas Monday evening where ho will at tend his brother's wedding. BLUE LICK A number from here attended Malta BCgS the funeral of Mrs Andy Kapp at i . 7 Malta Bend last Friday , , A,tCt. a V1 Mrs. C. W. Dlckason and daugh- v? tor were shopping in Waverly last p,irtod for thelr w'Poctlve homes. Friday. Robert Raines transacted bust-, ress In tho county soat Saturday. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Tho stork visited tho homo of NoUco b hereby alven to all credL r i nr wr iff tors and others Intorested In tho es Mr. and Mrs. . A. Cond and left tateor John W. Hyland. Ueceased.that anoUior son, mother and babo do- I, William A. S. Hyland, Administrator lng nicely. ! of said estate, Intend to make Final Mrs v M Cross of rear Waver- Settlement thoreor at tho next torni Mrs. 1 . M. Cross ol near a er of tha Irobato c t f &, c)Un ly vUlted with J. . Tollo nml,tyt Missouri, to be holden at tho family Friday. t Court House in said County on the Services at Petllesaw Chapel on flrat Monday or Doconiber 1911. next Sunday afternoon. Come ' nM . ,Wllam A' s- Adror . i . 1 1 1 I WM.WW. MV W.. out to near meg oapci. James Culbortaon Is erecting now residence on his farm. Thero will ho a shoo box supper and entertainment on Nov, 31 nt Bluo. Lick school housar Miss Lllr llan Scott, teacher. . Mlas Llnnlo Dennis of Napton Is Ujo guest of Mrs. I. J. .Holden. Mr. Harncsburger of Sedalla.was a business t caller In our burg last Thursday. Mrs. Root. Qivans, St., has been quite slck'the pst few days hut is better at preseat. rroi. KK9 aiw oy oore, vicei president of OKlllkethe 'Beslness GoUeke came dewor'a TUlt, and tn,7 b.'.ii:"i.!.;Li iiw.'ri.'' ..'''';i--l'flv'.(L.'J .rapepom .www, wmmr. MMMEIOFNEIFME "I was ashamed of my face," writes Miss Plckanl of North Carolina. "It wan all full of Pimples ana fear, but after uslnc D. b. P. Prescription tor Konma I con suy that now thsro i; no sign of thfttUMoma and that waa 5Ryu hut on'e'of thousands of cases ift-whlch P, P. P has almply aahjJ awaV the sHIn trouble. P. P. P. eUaaeea tha akin of tho aerma of Rp-ML-)P80rltt8ls and other serious skin liTmV.- .ion. thu itch lastantly. and WhSsd Vfith P, P. P. "ogP the j cures KjP .P. for tnr complexion. al Dome za ceom, tae merit or; mis -woaaertut n- aan also xlva you a full ! bottte f or, tl.00 on our aasoiHte aruar iMi that If thla very rst bottle falk "wTveJu relief U wM ooeiyeunoU 1 to prv iU ,r-?r Marahall ,Jfo,w i VtoTM..of flleMe, W.W4lO.t: IMt imWti&tom tt'mfnm&h i ii1miitivUViriiliii lni'Viini "' i i uUC ' li"m ' mTa "''V1 ' Notice First Insertion Oct. IS, St. ' unTinc no simm cdtti ciipwn Bojlnnlng nt once No. 18, Slater . M . . . . . ... Accommodation duo horo at 7;50 lops nnfl olhf!P interested ln tha tn. will leave Kansas City nt 1.30 estate of Sophronla A. Young, de day., Instead of 6.30 p. m. on Sun- ceased, that 1, Walter E. Howard, Ex- O. E. nnwthorne. Agent. Met Father After 14 Years A mooting out of tho ordinary oc currod ln Marshall about a week ago when Mrs. E, D. Wllltamswifo of our doputy collector, and Mrs, Jul Jennings, of Paola, Kansas, and Miss Elsie Tobln, of Fayette, met their 'father, W, H. Reager, of Lake City, Iowa1, here after four teen years' absence, they being quite amau at the' time of his de parture, the. death parBta,Mr. ecutorof said estate, Intend to make Final Settlement thereof at the next term of the Probato Court of Sallue County, Missouri, to be holden at the Court House ln said County on the first Monday of December. 1911. WALTER E. HOWARD Executor. :PKLL,,'A(limr.. 3 . NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all r&. tors and others Interested la the estate of Stephen Fell, deeeaed, that I, John W. Fell administrator at said . estate. Intend to. make Fiaal Settle Rieot thereof at the sext tern. nf . tkftir - of the Protate Court of Saline County rail W. H ReaVar her lMhwour, to be hoWea at the CMrt .M ft 'is?)'