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VOLUME XX.
MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1011.
NUMBER of
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PCOOOOCHjEDO
L DEATHS
MRS. CALLIE GRIFFITT died at
her home 5 miles south of Nelson
nt 7.10 n. m. Friday Doi. 15, 1911,
aged ubout 35 years.
The Angel of peaco brenthed on
her and Bhe slept.
Ahl we aro dcoply grieved to
part with any, but our pen Is un
able to describe our sadness when
called upon to give up our favor
ites. In the busy hurrying and
thoughtless life we are called to
halt.
She had Just begun to love and
cherish her now home, which
had been erected under her direct
care. And then have to glvo it
up In such a short time Is heart
rending. Sha was taken sick Nov.
30 and Buffered Intensely until Dec.
15 whon the Lord callod her to a
higher realm, She obeyed his sum
mons, willingly saying sho was
ready to go. What a consolation to
know she was ready. So lot us all
prepare ourselves to bo ready
when the summons comes as has
this loved one.
Everything that medical skill and
tender nursing could do was done
but of no avail. Dr. L. I. Shuck was
first called, then Dr. Qulgg of Mar
skill, but as sho seemed to grad
ually grow worse, Drs. Vnnravens
way and Smlloy of Hoonvlllo were
called but were unable to do any
thing to nllovlato her pain and suf
forlng. The tender loving nurso
who was so faithful to her sym
pathizes with the family In their
sad bcrenvment.
Sho leaves a huBband and two
children besides n dear old mother
one sister and three brothers to
mourn her departure. She will not
only be missed by her family but
by a largo clrclo of friends. We
all feel that
"A loving ono from us Is gone,
A voice we loved is still,
A place Is vacant In tho home,
Which never can bo filled."
N. K.
, , , .- . '' i -
MRS. J. M. IIANNA died Monday
morning at 9.30 o'clock after nfew
days Illness of acuto Brlght's dls
case. Sho was born In Winchester,
Ky January 31, 1853, camo to
Marshall In 1870 whoro sho has
since- resided. Sho was married to
C. n. VanStono September JO, 1884.
Two sons wore born to this union,
Dearborn and .Charles Nelson.
Charles died sovcral years ago
On Oct 4th, 1007 sho was mar
rlod to Judge J. M. Ilanna of Stan
ford, Toxas,
Tho funeral occurcd Wodncsday
at 10. a. m. from tho First Baptist
church. Tho services being con
ductod by Eld. B. T. Wharton and
Rov. A. R. Farrls. Burial at Ridge
Park cemetery.
Mrs. Ilanna was auovotou wo
man, full of goodness and grace
and always ono to glvo comfort
and poaco to so many sorrowing
ones, Sho wns a great lover of
muBlc, especially vocal and always
took an activo part In tho musical
llfo of our city. For a number of
yoara sho was leader of tho choir
In tho Christian church. Ah sho
was a glftod slngor her flno ooprn-
jyo was often In demand. Sho was
tho soprano of tho Mtlard quar
totto of tills city.
Ilor ontlro llfo Jiad beon ono of
dovotlon to her home, and church
and to mako everyone happy. Iler
husband, Judgo Ilanna and the
surviving members of tho family
have the deoncst sympathy of
overyono in their bercavoment
Tho surviving brother and Bisters
aro J. M, Sphar, Mrs. Jennie Gilpin
and Mrs. J. N. IIIslo.
Tho stopchlldron who survive
aro Mrs. D. B. Allen of MaltaBend
Mrs. C. E. Smith, noo Miss Ida Van
Stono of Chicago, Sam VanStoneof
Slntor.
of the pioneer families of the
county-
Mrs Durrott was the daughter of
the late Jesso and Nancy Lankford,
who were citizens of Saline county
in 1817 and was ono of tho proml-
lncnt families of tho county. Her
two sisters, Mrs. Lavtnla Pombor-
ton and Mrs. Hunter, and her three
brothers, Garrett Lankford of
Pueblo, James D. and George W.,
of this city, wcro very much at
tached to each other and as tho
years drifted by their affection for Trllumtm Lodg0 No 205 A p.nnd
of tho loved sister, who was so
tenderly cared for by them, has
brought deep sorrow nnd grief to
tho surviving members of the family.
Mrs. Durrctt was born nt the
old Lankford homestead In this
county, saven miles cast of this
city, May 31, 1833 and grow to
Annual'Lodge Elections
Cedar Camp 2091 M. W. A. held
Its annual election of officers Mon
day night of last week and elected
the following officers: A, L, PrcB
ton, Consul; Dr. G. E. Scrutchflcld
Advisor; Jos. Swisher, banker, C.
W. Pcccher, clerk ; E. Clark, Escort
J. W. Hrayman, Watchman; J.
Polndcxter, Sentry; W. N. Wilson
and E S. Gross, Managers; Rolla
Bingham, Past Consul.
t a regular communtsatlon of
A. M. Thursday night tho follow
ing officers were elected for the
ensuing year: E. L. Brown, W. M.;
W. C. Gordon, S. W., V. V. Huff, J
W.; Jns A. Gordon Treasurer, S. .1,
Montgomery, Secretary.
Last Tuesday nl'jht the Knights
of Pythias elected the following
officers at their annual election.
W. R. Scott, Chancellor Comman'Jcr
womanhood there. Sho was mar- jb, vIcc president; Herbert
.. lu . a. uiioi,. Martin, Prolate; Henry Nave, Mas-
years ago nnd it was a happy wed
ded llxo of over a half century for
this couple. Mr. Durrctt died two
years ago last April. Ono child
was born to this union, Mr. Frank
Durrctt, who with his family live
at the old Lankford homestead.
Tho funeral was held at the
First Baptist Church Saturday at
tor of Works; J. M. Poge, Keeper
of Records and Seals; Lyman Pet
ers, Master of Finance.; Joseph
rfwlsher, Moster of Exchequer, II.
Nichols, Master at Armes; J. P.
Rlgglns, Inner guard ; C. W. Peech
er, outer guard.
The Marshall Odd Fellows elect
ed the following officers last Tues
two o'clock conducted by Rov. J. E. d nl ht. Pn8t aram, Wm T ,cr .
Cortncr. Burial at Rldgo Park com Nob,c aruml( a n nllhi8. vice
olcry' Grand. M. Thomns. Itcfc. Soev. Ed
, ....". Lowcnsteln; Fin. Sec. Wm Putsch;
MRS. ORPHA WISEMAN died at Twn,P. n. . TT!iwnv. Host
her homo in ICambridgc, Mo. Tues- Q Q Prlco. Captnin ot Tcnm, i.
day Dec. 12, 1911 of Bronchitis. She WiUrup; Trustco for 3 years, Chas.
was sick but a short time. Funcr Pct Representative to Grand
al services wcro hold at tho Dun-
kard church Thursday and tho re
mains laid to rest In tho old Cam'
bridge Cemetery. Gilliam Globe.
MRS. EMMA CHILCOTT, of Dc-
Wttt, wlfo of James M. Chllcott,
died at 10 p. m. Tuesday December
Lodge, Dr. G. E. C. Sharp,
Marshall Tent, Knights of the
Maccabees held its annual elec
tion ot offltcr on Tuesday evening
Dec. 7th and tho following were
elected to serve during tho ensuing
year. J. n. Schlucter, commander,
C. C. Dnrnds, Lieutenant command
' Real Estate Transfers
Geo A Murrcll to Leonard E
Mdrrcll 1408 6 n:res In 0, 12
13,49-1, 14, 11- O-.O, 31-50 19
24, 31, 35, 26-50-20 a 1
Geo A Mur. 11 to Leonard D
Murrcll 200 acres 'n 15-49-20 1
Same to same 200 acrss fn 14
49r20 1
Same to sama 263 aires
12-19-20 1
Geo A Murrcll to Minnie S
Murrell 1860.08 acres In 10,
15, 31, 32-51-19 1-51-21, 13, 24
IJ, 27, 31, 35, 36-52-21 1
D " Lo.-gin, ct nl to S P &
R C Parkhurst 110 acres in
18-48-22 and land In Pettis
county 10000
Mary.'K Whiriey to E D Yokcly
16;acrcs In 11-48-22 5C0J
Hattle F Crockett to D F Crock
etl'ipart lot 1 .block, 2 Allen's
2nd add Marshall 4C0O
D F Crockett to Hattle F & G
R Crockett 140.50 acres In 7-
49-19 & 12, 13-49-20
David O'HoWo'.l to Lewis W
Hancs 65 acres In 30-19-20 ...
Robt Campbell Sr. to David
Q'Howc 1 lot 0 b!oik 7 Boyd
add Marshall
II. F L'tlaut to T J Taylor &
wlfo small tract In 17-51-23 50
Humphrey Lynch to A R Deal
80 acres in 12-50-23 3400
Ollff B Goodwin to Chas Plnk
nr.l nnd wl!e lot 1 to 5 block 3
Marshall 3450
Martha L Logan to Nathan Anno
land In 18-51-19 75
John B. Cop.eland to Nathan
Anno same land 75
William Ducslng to John Bora-
chcr 7 acres 18-48-23 260
M. J. Genicr & O. L. Hill Dock
Gocde 1-2 acres 51-10 .,
11596
1925
400
12, 1011 nt Carrollton, following an p DlHall( Rccord KccM!r. c E
" '""uu" ,or PI'"- i wn Frommc, Chaplain; J. C. Ervln,
News.
MRS. JOSEPH CAMPBELL form
crly Miss Isabel Kemper of tho
Harmony neighborhood, died at
her homo near Imogcnc, Iown,Tucs
day wight Do:. 12 nt 10 p. m. of
appendicitis.
Sergeant; Mark Lawrancc, Master
at Arms; William Williamson.
First Master of tho Guard; J. B.
Prior, Second Master ot tho Guard
B, G. Utz, Sentinel. G. W. Lngore,
Picket; II. B. Donohoe, J. C. Ervin
and S. W. Armcntrout Trustees.
Tho members of tho Tent enjoy
r.i . .... . . .1 .w
anc is survivcu oy mo nusonnu . ovt ,lim.,. nnd -mokcr
nnd three children. Flvo sisters .,, ii,, finr.,,.i,iMi
nnd two brothers aro loft. They WnR u onjoyod ,,)y M present,
arc Mrs. Mlnnlo Graves, of Miami; Vllll,n Pnmn .Oo2 M. w a.
Mrs. Lucy Jones, Arthur Kemper ho,d th(jlr , cIcctIo of 0fflc.
uru iT ivumi.B nu ai m .cn.j - -rucsdny evening Dec 12th. The
er of Kansas City; Mrs. Mnud Gad- ,..., .,. i.. ... r..mr. nf.
;rry ind Mrs, Ruth Irwin of Imo- flccr fop 10,2 ConBU,( L p IInB0
mclor; Advisor, H. II. Abney; Bank
berry
gcne.Iown.
rr l t .. i 1 i n
ijie remains were micen 10 me n w,iMa, pi-.i,. w. v
home ot hor mothcr-ln-law, Mrs, CiC,. p.. riinon Le-
Mary Campbell at DoWltt, Wed- f l Watchman, Thos. Hasemcler
nesday and brought to thU side of Sent aeo Aloxnndor; Manager,
tho tlvcr Thursday. Burinl was at Xthto. rni, nnmn i,.
Shlloh Thursday morntng.-MIami mor(J than 100 mcmhcrB nnd ls jn n
NC B, nrnsnnrnnn rnnrlttlnn
Thn Fpntnpnnl Aid Association
MISS KATHERINE SMITH, col., ,.,, fhn fniiowlno- officers nt
tno lo-ycar om uaugiuer oi wrs. lhe rogulnr raeotlng In tho Knights
i.ucy omim, oi xnoisoh uicu in ivnn- of Columbus hall Tuesdny night,
sas City, Docember 7th, nt 0.30 a. m. Do, .o President. H. M. Flnley,
after along Illness. Her remains Vnt. p..i(inf. nhn. Vmmmv. vlcn
were brought to Nelson Sundny, prc5ldent, Geo. Hnyob; Secretory,
Baptist eluirch nt 12 o'clock,
wns a faithful member till
'10 Ml as Cnra E. Burton: Treasurer.
Chas. Lowrann; Guide, LaVerott
',cr Tnl(lnx 01)ropVip. LnVerott BraUff
ueum. ono jcaves 10 mourn ner tq. Sontlnol, Jnmea Laughlin;
sad death a mother, throo sisters f.)llU1inin. Etiiei Ftnleri Trustee
and n host of relatives and friends. Mrs MlnnIo Osborne, J. P. Phelan
and Roy Phillips, medical oxnmln-
J, F. Phelan. J. E Pagan, dls-
325
Forger Arrested
A stranger giving tho name of J.
n. Williams was arrested Saturday
night for passing n forged check
on Ewcll Bros. Grocery, no went
ir.to the storo nnd ordered a bill
or goods giving a chosk for $15
signed C. G. Long, in payment for
same. Alter tno mun nnu icii me
store' they becams suspicious of
the check nnd called Mr. Lamkln
who statod that no such person
was on tholr books. Tho officers
woro notified and a sanrch was
mado for the stranger. Tho clerk
who waited on him saw him In
-int of the Bank of Marshall and
followed h'm down the street and
when ho enmo to tha storo the
strnnger was called In and Deputy
cherlff Fowler nrrested him and
is now bshlnd tho bars.
Church Notes
Rev. Clarence Hodge, the new pns
tor of the First Baptist church, will
enter upon his work here on Jan
uary 1st. He comes highly recom
menced. May his work here be of
mu:h aluc.
F.c. John Gallaher, of Three
fibers, Michigan, preached an able
r-crmon to the congregntlon of the
First Presbyterian church nt the
? .pt!t thurch Surdny mornfng. He
. i prcachod at th. Odell Ave.
. h that nl?ht.
Ch .'J-ilnn Science Subject for
sjr. .a at 11a. m. "Christ Jesus."
The Cumberland Presbyterian Re
vival mcjthjs closed Inst Sundny
rlht. The meetings have not on-
y loin hel.:ful to the Cumberland
Presbyterian congregation but also
o all who attend?'! from other
'hurches. As a result of the mcct
.rjs thcra were 21 conversions nnd
9 additions to the Cumberland
Church. Rev. Zwinslc Is a very
forrciul and earnest prea:her and
with the aid of the quartette did
good work here. Sunday night
the church was crowded to Its
utmost capacity and many were
turned away who could not get In
the church. Rev. Zwlngle and the
quartette left for their homes In
Tcnncsee, Sundny night to spend
the holidays.
Christmas at the Churches
Th Kaitist Sunday School will
have a candy pulling In Miles' old
stnnd Friday night as a Christmas
treat,
The Cumberland Presbyterian
Sunday School at Herndon will
have Christmas presents and a
tree Saturday evening nt 7 o'clock.
Everybody Is Invited to come and
put their presents on the tree.
The First Presbyterian church
will hnve n tree nnd program Fri
day night. I
The Cumberland Presbyterian
Sunday School will have a treat for
the children. The revival services
Interfered with their having n program.
A Friend.
His Father Dead
. l n i 1 .1 L ... i- i n i ...
AI1KUBL OCIIIIUUI,, Ul nuni ui lunu,
or
trl:t organl o-, presided. AfJcrths
meotlng n soclnl tlmo was Indulged
Saturday morning received tho sad " f "clng and being entertained
ot his fathers death near j i-i.-v.
r.ows
Bcllville, 111., nnd ho left that day
tor his home, nls father, John
Schmidt, died after a year's Illness
MARY LOUISE DURRETT died
at tho home of hor slater, Mrs. E.
J. Hunter, 209 Bast ArrowThurs
day, December 11th, at the ago of
78 years, 6 months and 13 days. She
was a sufferer for tho past two
years of stomach and liver trouble.
.While yisttlng at ho home ot Jicr
hrother. Mali Oeorflfe Lankford. seV
eral week. he was stricken with
-her trouble and rew worse and it
was tho&fht that she could not
survive them, ' but' there" was a
change for. the, better and she' re-
rs.,OOH.r.
ntllkf
I ,hom'e otVUefffar, 'M
Kb JAMUvag imp motm jm
Chapter Officers
At tho rogular meeting of Slater
oi cancer, aged 08 years, no Is sur Chapter No. 112, Royal Arch Mason
vlvod by his wlfo and four dnugh- hold last Monday night tho follow
ters nnd two sons. Also three ing members woro elocted as of
brothers. flcors for tho ensuing year: B. P.
He was n quiet, peace loving man storts, H. P. L. n. Gilliam, K; W.
with n wldo clrclo ot friends, Fu- jj. Rector, S; F. T. Norrlo, Treas.;
noral sorvlcoa wero held Sunday j, a. Storn, Secretary; Com. P,
at 1 p. m. Storts, C. n. ; W. R. Rhoades, P. S ;
P B. Rutherford, R. A. C; n F
F,,W Vntorl Wit Miller, JLof. 3d V.; J. R. Edwards,
hulton Voted wet JL of M y . Q w Jaqu08) Mof
Fulton went "wet" by a majority i8t v. l. E. Kcyes, Tyler,
of 130 at tho election held thero rh.0 newly elected officers will
Monday. Tho vote cast was 510 to stalled at tho regulnr meeting
410. Every ward was carried by January 8th, at which tlmo aban
tho wets. It was thought up to qUet will bo nerved. Slater Rust
noon that day that tho drys would ier
win, but the wets had conducted
His First WrecW
See J. Mead, tho popular "Red
Flyer" conductor on tho C. St A.
gave us his experience In the
wreck last week, no Bald ho had
stopped to talk with Mrs. Rov.
Cobb when ho heard an unusual
nolso hhead nnd looking up saw
pcoplo flying across tho aisle and
h- had Just t!mo enough to brnco
himself whon tho enro gave
lurch nnd settled to ono side.
There was vory little excitement
excopt a man who was vory an
xious to roach Hlgglnsvlllc, nnd W.
E. Vawtor, of this city, wns very
badly scared. He has been in the
"rvl'o a ions time and this was
his first experience, which was
tumo to some of his other
stunts!
Nooe-Peck
Nim Nooe, one of our young bus
iness men, and Miss Mlna Peck, the
attractive daughter of Mr. nnu
Mrs. J. A. Peck, were married nt
the homo of the bride's parents on
West Arrow, on Tuesday, Dec. 12,
Rev. A. R. Farls officiating.
After the ceremony they were
tendered a recoptlon by Mr. and
Mrs, Peck.
After a visit to iKnnsns City rela
tives they will ibe at home to their
friends In this city. Wo Join in ex
tending congratulations and best
wishes.
their campaign so- quietly that
tho, dry swere taken by surprise.
Hands and Arms Scalded
1 Xy.OsrtUMl iWpt(siJMroki
Last Thursday afternoon a dls
Owen Sweeney Tuesdny inform tressing accident occured at the
ed ual that his son, Thomas, met farm ot X.,W., Catoa. Hammer.
with a serious accident at Mander- Bro. .of MarshaU, are axUlln a
Mii? WyoViaSt" WekTHe "and his well for Mr. Catoo. One ot the
brotfceffOifen, were hauling' wheU y6v jiien firing .at tWs time.
he ge J,rok. $l$ln t ox
krslfc,, tfefrtus. thw waff rom thtwlk a loss ol eosl, TkU tabe aad
twjtj;.in reisiysd, hXj.deav,tw,o.tartf tl ot:s4 Mr. Jfcua
puU oa lilt; 'Wd' and aof(ef wsj hs tcalds4 itVeat tiM
jwoKsjb anie. gusowf vBKeiy. nobf ana sr.-rriSHSOi-teca.
. f'.r
Among: the Sick
Mrs. J. E. Davis has been ailing
several weeks nn.l Is not Improv
ing we regret to say.
L. F. Lyhe was called to Lancas
ter Monday on account of the ill
ness of his father.
Henry Krumsick, the tile maker
of Shackelford ls up again after n
illness of nneumonla. Ills
brother, who Is a physician In. St
Louis, was out to help Dr. G. C.
Emmerson caro for him. Mr.
Krumsick telephoned us that he
feels like an Irishman and his
whiskey whon the bottle is out of
reach he enn soe tho nice weather
but can't enjoy It.
Martin V. Wllllnms who has been
very ill nt the home of his dnugh-
tor, Mrs. P. w. narrls, norm oi
inwn la slowlv Improving. nis
daughters Mrs. E. H. Prlco nmt
Mrs. Jennie Paris and son Frank
from Kansas City, and granddaugh
tor, Mrs. Bertha Sharkley from Han
nlbal were called to his bedside.
Ills daughter Mrs. Paris and son
Frank started home last Friday
and wore In the wreck on the Red
Flyer but fortunately were not hurt
only bruised and shook up n little,
nis daughter Mrs. Prlco remained
with him n few days. Mrs. bhnrK-
oy will start for her homo Sunday
on the noon train. Ills taitniuipny
slclan wns Dr. J. E. narrls.
Is a Progressive
D. E. nammond, the monument
man believes In keeping up with
tho times. He has this week install
ed In his marble Works npneumat
lc air plant run by an eight horse
gasolLno) engine. This plant will
run six automatic tools and when
thoy are running they certainly
make things hum. Mr. Hammond
wiilrBOWwa able. to do the finest
work on short notice. He will In
crease hi worklnir force and in-
steadV ot'' haYlng some ot his cut-
unf iwn ot si town wiu oe aste
to &1tfidl&m.,,CA. says W: If.
Bldstrup, Jus lastalM aslmUsr
plaat in sis busisess at Carrllton.
Help Good Fellows Com
mittee. Will you help the "Good Fellow"
Committee to visit every home of
tha needy ones in our city on Sat
urday n!ght, Do:. 23d with a dona
tion? . f -
Tho Committee asks you to look
look over your belongings ami to
ae-l to thlr headquarters on sec
ond fjoor of tho Hayes nnd Cooper
building, nndythlng you can that
will bo of service to those -who
havo need of them, nnd no money
to buy with.
For womon lints, bonnets, hirt-
ll-ts, iroscs, Cloaks, wraps of alt
kinds, undcrolothlng, hose, shoes
and rubbers.
For mon Hats, caps, clothing', un
(Icrclothlng, hose, shoes nnd over
shoes. For girls Hats, dresses, under
clothing, hoso nnd shoes.
For boys Hats, caps, clothing of
all kinds,undcrclnthlng, shoes nnd
overshoes.
SpvJ provisions and canned
goods too.
Ploaso look over your premises,
and get up a good bundle nnd send
to us. You would bo surprised to
know how much good you can do
with things you havo no use for,
and aro actually in your way at
homo.
If you could go and see the needs
of others, you would give liberally
of tho things you have.
Please scn l '.n your donation at
on:o to h3 s;;onl f'ojr of the
n a yes nnu cooper Building, at the
Southeast corner of the square.
Mr. Virgil Lawless will be on hand
nt all times to receive donations. If
you cannot conveniently send in
your donation, tho committee will
call at your homo for It Ifyouwil!
notify thom.
Fred Morris, R. II. Dugglns, John
Blair, II. H. Downing, Alf. F. Roc
tor, Virgil Lawless.
"Good Follow" Com.
City Council
The City Council met In regular
session Monday evening Dec. IS,
with nil members present.
The following business, wns dis
posed of:
Petition for lht on Mitchell at
Conway roferred to committee.
Petition for light at end East
North on Brunswick Ave. referred
to committee.
Cross section at Jefferson nnd
Enstwood referred to Street and
Alley committee.
Crossing nt North nnd Bell, re
ferred to Street and Alley commlt
ttc nlso crossing at Odell nnd
North referred to committee.
Light nt Salt Pond nnd Boyd re
ferred to light committee.
In regard to condition of light
nil over town referred to light com
mlttee.
S. B. Black was granted privilege
to take out pool hall license.
Mr. Carter ordered to notify Gas
Co. to remove dirt on West North.
Ordinances 332, 333 and 331 in re
gard to extending construction of
side walks were passed.
The restaurant on West North
street next to Scuddcrs wns order
ed closod as a nuisance.
Council ndjournod to meet
next regular session, January
1912.
at
1st
Births
Bom to Mr. tend Mrs. M. II. Day
a daughter, Thursday, December 14
at their homo on South Odell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bonnott an
nounco tho arrival ot a flno girl
on tho 16, whom they havo named
"Nina Alice.'' The mother ls do
ing nicely.
Dr. G. C. Emmorson was called
to Shackolford Sunday to the
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Junger
man and whon ho left thero was
another 'younger-man'' In the
home. Tho mother Is doing nicely.
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining in the, Marshall, Mo.,
postoffice Dec. 24th 1911". If ' not
calld-for ia 15 dsys.wlll, fee-seat
to the dead letter office at Wash
litfton, D, C.
Mrs, Vrsnlc Csiswlll. Miss Osllk
Combs, Low'Konss, Mslta (ftalbwlth)
CaA S.P fcsgley, MaryHhHivTur
r, Sturtis WrlvM. ..
Marriage License
II. W. Hanback, Slater
Gladys Weaver, Wutertown, S. D.
Frank Taylor, Grand Pass
Katio Reynolds, Grand Pass
Edgar LoFalvre, Napton
Vena Davis, Napton.
Walter L. Hartman, Blnckbum-
Gortrudo Lee Greer, Blackburn.
Slater Man Shot
City Marshall Butts of Slater
Monday evening shot Harrison
Thomas, col., whllo resisting ar
rest, Inflicting a bad flesh wound
in his hip. Whllo Mr. Butts, Coii-
stablo Martin Lenz and a deputy
woro trying to arrest the negro
and a cousin, Ray fPhomns, thoy
barricaded themselves in a house
and showed fight wo are told. The
man shot is charged with stealing;
hogs, tho other .with bootlegging;.
They aro both in the county JalL.
Mrs. F. R. Martin, formerly af
Marshall but now of Moborly, to
thL guest, ottMrsJkiUM Herndon facw;
the- holidays, She is pleased with
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spsO 1
TtwvMsVle GroveUtea.yfSofif- &
ty wili'havo a Christmas tr at t Wr
Maple Grove School house MdSfT,
night December 39,f r
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