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Thursday, January i, 1912.
I County News f
Intended for Inst week.
Tho Christmas tree and pro
gram was woll attended at New
Homo church Monday night.
Misses Mayme and Nolle Dicr
king aro upending tho holidays at
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mayso visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Forbes Sat
urday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Illlllo Durnll of
Swoct Springs; Mrs. Lawrence Mlt-
choll and baby of Scdalla; August
Katlondcr and family and Mrs. An
na and Waltor Laruu took dinner
with Mr. nnd Mrs. Potcr Hartman
Mrs, Frank Carothosr and dnugh-
tor, Irene, of Scdalla aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Roagcr of Elm-
D. M. Harris had a vory narrow
escape Monday night. Tho team
startod backing and throwed him
undor tho surcy and tho wheel run
over hln head cutting his car. Dr.
Rlchart was callod and dressed his
wound and ho Is doing nicely.
Tho ladies of tho New Home
church pieced and quilted a quilt
nnd rafflod It off. They Bold 188
chances at 25c a chance which
liroutfht thorn S17. Mr. W. W.
Goorjro of Sweet 8prlngs drew tho
numbor that won, which was 124.
Mrs. J. H. Fordham Is on tho sick
list hut Is roportcd somo better.
J. J. Murray and Goorgo Green
of Iloustonia -visited D. M. Harris
and family Monday night and at
tonded tho Christmas exercises at
Now nome.
Mr. and Mrs, Bllllo Durnll, Mrs.
Lawronco Mitchell nnd baby, Mr.
and Mrs, John Knott nnd daugh
tor, Miss Bessie, Mrs. Anna nnd
Walter Larue, Mr. and Mrs, Walter
Harris attondod tho turkoy dlpnor
nt August Kntlonders on Christmas
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Forbos nnd
chlldron nnd C. 0. Martin took din
nor with W. E. Vanarsdall and wife
Monday. t i i
Intondcd for last -week.
Miss Mlnnio Ritrtrlns was tho
guost of hor sister Mrs. Dr. Harrl
eon this wock.
Roy Crowdor nnd family wore
Tuesday guests of Luther Treeco
and family.
Luthor Trcoco spent Wedncsdny
nt John Trocco's.
Tho following woro guests of
Marshall Hall Sunday, Bon Hall
nnd family, Bon Bulo and wife,
Pleas Aldrldgo nnd family, Taylor
Hill and family and Honry Hall.
ilnrshall Akomnn nnd fnmlly
Bpont Sunday nt Chestor Akemnn.
Arthur Cox and family wore
Monday guosts of J. M. Hook.
Bob Whlto and family spent Mon
day nt Iko Parkhursts.
You Have Never Before een Such
Wonderful Bargains in New
Winter Coats.
Prior to inventory wo have re
duced tha price of every Winter coat
in our slock. Thero are no restrictions;
tho reductions aro absolute and sweep
inrj. Every coat should bo sold before
tho First of February, and wo aro ox
crtinE all our energies to that end.
Don't think that because prices
have been cut, tho beauty and quality
of tho garments themselves are im
paired. These coats aro all of excellent
qualities, made of splendid materials in
a', broad diversity. Practically every
popular model is comprised, and no
woman will havo any difficulty in se
curing a perfect-fitting and becoming
coat from tho assortment wo offer.
The savings are immense, and no
thrifty woman can afford to miss them.
Thero aro still several months of se
vere Winter to bo expected, during
whico tho new coat you now purchase
at White's will provo its service
Assortments aro still comprchen
sivobutwo advise an early call be
fore tho lots are depleted.
Handsome Suits Have Had
Their Prices Deeply
You will be most agreeably aston
ished when you see the beauty and
quality of the suits and note their mar
velously low prices. Wo havo not
spared prices in our effort to reduce
stock-taking, and the economies that
are now to bo effected, aro indeed at
tractive. These suits come from tho coun
try's most reputable manufacturers,
and thpir perfect workmanship and
excellent materials elevate them far
above tho usual run of Winter suits.
Their styles are indeed lovely, and
overy popular Winter model is includ
ed. Tho jackets aro in numerous fash
ionablo effects, and aro tailored in tho
most painstaking manner. Tho skirts
aro in several models, all perfect-fitting
and perfect hanging.
Prices havo been deeply cut, and
tho values now being offered aro rare
and seldom equalled. Don't fail to get
your sharo of them.
Reductions in Other New Winter Apparel.
Our ontirostockis to bo lessened and brought down to the lowest possible level, and prices havo been correspondingly cut.
On skirts, dresses, waists, furs, and all winter apparel, tho price-reductions have been great, and the saviugs are consider
ablo acd certainly worth while.
Tho vory apparel most needed for tho ensuing wintor months is represented in tho reductions, for practically our wholo
winter stock has been submitted to the price-guillotine'.
Every woman who lives within easy dis
tanco of our storo should hasten to avail her
self of this extraordinary bargain-opportunity.
It's a chance that occurs but rarely, and pro
vides savings that aro uncommon indeed.
Marshall, Mo
Remember, theso garmonts aro in the
very "pink of condition." They aro not old
stock or broken lots, but are really new, fresh
goods in tho most popular models and styles of
Winter. And prices aro not to be duplicated
anywhere don't forget that!
choir for thoir abour,.and zeal ex
tending also his thrinkKto his
frlonds outside th, church for
thoir kindness and good will shpWn
him during tho past year,
Will Koch, John Haskamp, Will
and Eddio Rclah, Clarence and
Gerald Frlemonth and Vincent nas
kamp of this placo attended tho
danso at Slater Monday night. All
report a Joyful time.
Likes Florida
W. E. Nicoly, of Napton, one of
our former employes, writes a
choaring letter from his new homo
In Florida.
Ft. Ogdon, Fla.
Do;. 27, 1911
Editor Kopubllean,
I havo moved to Florida and you
can change my mall from Okla
homa City, Okla to this place mcn
tionod on coupon.
Tho weather Is nice and warm
down hors and It didn't seem llko
Christmas to mo. It seemed more
llko the 4th of July.
Tho orange trees ara full of
rlpo oranges nnd tho roses aro In
bloom llko It was August In Mis
souri. I am thinking of buying
somo land here but haven't yet.
I bo'Jevc this Is a good placo to
.rnako n good living and got out
of tho long winters In tho North.
,Woll I will close hoping you will
rocclvc my letter and hope to get
tho paper for anothefr year as It
Is almost llko getting, n letter from
homo. Very respectfully,
W. E. Nicoly.
Good Fellows
Miss Francos Napton returned
Saturday noon from Kansas City
whore she had charge of tho
Good Follows office during tho
holidays. About $5000 In cash nnd
goods was distributed to tho
poor. Altogothcr 3065 people wcro
glvon relief. Two families wcro
aldod $100 each, some fiO and some
$10 or 5. She says much suffer
ing was relieved nnd n cheer
brought to the poor. It Is a good
cause In which Mlas Napton taken
a deep Interest.
William and Ralph Dakor wero
shopping in Marshall last Friday.
Chnrllo Hnggar nnd wlfo of Kan
sas City camo down Friday for a
Islt with relatives horc.
Mossrs. K. nnd W. Douglas were
shopping In tho county seat Satur
Tktm. Gorman wont to Scdalla
last Saturday to visit hor daugh
ter. Mrs. Martin.
Brown Johnston aftor visiting
his slstor, Miss Zompt Johnston for
n wook returned to hla homo in
Kansas City last Wodnesday
C. W. Schooloy was transacting
Imalness in the county scat last
Alox McRoborta was tranactlng
buslnoss in Marshall Saturdny,
Mrs. H, C. Pottor entertained her
Blstora from Marshall sovoral days
last week.
H. I. Dlossor was transacting bus
iness in Marshall Wednesday,
Mossrs. John and Joe Plattnerof
Omnd Pass woro in our city last
'Thursday. '
Mlaa Dolllo Ilumphroy and aunt,
o! Grand Pass, visited George
Humnhroy and family last week.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harry England and
dnughtor, Edith, left last Wodnos-
(diay folr a visit with, relatives
South Missouri.
aroverIIaggar and wife of Kan
sas City came down last Thursday
for sovoral days visit wun rein'
Jim Myers is hero visiting rela
tlvea and friends,
Morris Wilson and brldo return
od homo from their wedding trip
last Friday.
Gerald Tato came In last Wed
nosday and In the guest of Miss
Ruth Slusher and other frienas.
Win. Rozell was a Marshall vlsl
tnr fort Thursday.
Harry Bryaa of Marshall ylslted
I .' relative, nere law wee,
K' Mr.6Wi,R. Toblo iaud, children.
' i who, have ."beWvUUNr James To
tii'ad family ovef.ChrUfariai re
rttfart' .home lMfc fi day. v
J$j; tW(iddo Adbwn !ro
ttritfAn-hni- Saturday to Joolc
. , ft.
a. A. RenickV was transacting
tbuins in Marshall last Friday.
A bright happy Now Year to all
his 1012.
Mrs. D. Lawloss returned Mon
day from Wichita, Kansas, whore
she visltod a fow days with her
daughtor, Mrs. Marvin Yowcll who
submitted to an operation thero
nnd la Improving nicoly nnd will
oo n ho taken to her home.
G. II. Dickson of Kansas City,
took Christmas dlnnor nt tho home
of hla slstor, Mrs. Wntson Dlggs.
The pupils of tho Christian Sun
day School woro glvon a candy
pulling Monday 'night nt tho real
donee of W. R. Hubbard. Each
scholar was allowod to invito one
riond and all children who attend
od no Sunday school woro also in
Itod which altogether mado quite
nico crowd. All spent a very
ploasant ovonlng.
Mrs. Amlckt of Howard county,
mothor of W. F. Amlck, proprietor
of tho City notel la visiting her
son and wife and la also bolng
treated by Dr. McGuire for nsprnln
ed ankle. i I I 1
nonry Morris who was n guest
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the
scalp clean and healthy,
destroys all dandrutt, ana
greatly promotes the growtn
of the hair. You will cer
tainly be pleased with it as
a dressing for your hair. It
keens the hair soft and
smooth and Promptly checks
any falling of the hair. It
does not color the hair, and
cannot injure the hair or
scalp. Consult your doctor
about these hahr problems.
Ask Wm what he thinks of
nyers ,nair v.igur.
UtA y th j. e. lrwk oo.. zwn. m
tills wook of his parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. T. I). Morris returned to his
homo in lloonvillo Friday.
L. C. Swinnoy of tho county was
transacting business hero Wednes
W. S. Shemwcll and family were
dlnnor guests Wednesday of Mrs.
Mlnorva Dlnghnm and daughter,
Miss Mary.
C. Jannock of the county walk
od Into town Thursday as tho
roads aro so frozon nnd rough -it
Is hard for horsos to travel.
Miss Julia Watts was a wook end
visitor at tho homo of Will Odell
of Clay township.
Fred Blerbaum and wlfo wero
trading with our morchanta Fri
day aftornoon.
Mrs. Mlnorva Bingham was quite
sick last Wednesday night.
Mossrs. Elbeck Wood and Jeff
Ilazol of North nardeman wero on
our streets Friday.
E. D. McMahan of Coopor was
In town Saturday afternoon
For Infants and GhlldreB.
Ttii KM Yoi Hill Atop lwctt
Bears tho
Slgnaturo of
Miss Francos Kinkald of Black- lnrge crowd of sports. Tho gobb-
wator visited with Miss Mao Good- lors and ganders were very evenly
loo a fow days last week. distributed among the marksmen.
Earl Urockway la visiting in St. Mlas Mary Olendorff was a din
Louis this wook. ' nor guest at tho homo of W. II.
Mr. and Mrs, Lester Mull of Thornton of noar Little Rock Frl
MarAh'nll visltod with Mrs. Mull's day.
parents, Henry Hasemeler nnd fnm MIsh Kntle Brucks spent a few
ily, I days in Glasgow last week the
Mrs. John Dlorklng and daugh- guest of Mrs. II. J. Borges.
tor Miss Mayme of Blackburn are Will Koch was fortunato enough
the guests of ErneBt Odell wife and to kill n largo wolf recently. The
family. wolf waa In tho habit' of stealing
Elzle Woodsmall, wlfo and lltttc his chickens. It was In this act
son aro visiting with his parents that tho animal met his 111 fate.
Will Woodsmall nnd fnmlly. Sorvlcca at All Saints Church
Clemence Winkler and family horc during Christmas holidays
were calling on nonry Nlemeler woro well arranged and conduct
ed family Thursday. ed in a touching manner. The
Miss Mao Goodloe returned home altars wore beautifully decorated,
Friday after a fow days visit in s was tho crib displaying the child
Cooper. I Jesus In tho manger. In his ser-
Mlsses Katie Swinnoy and Mae mon Sunday ovcnlng Rev. C. Stras-
Goodloe were the guests of Miss borger thanked his parishioners,
1 ... . A. i. I- t.M- 1 I - I I . . At. ...R.AMA HH.l
1'oari fiicmciur in wiu uumu ui nut
Caused a Stir
An Italian poddler caused quite
a little excitement around Gilliam
Just before Christmas, said Louis
Flshor, who was up from thero
Tuesday. The man said ho was
from Jerusalem nnd that his fath
er had died thero and ho wanted
to sell out the remainder of his
wares and go to his mother.
At. F. M. Helnzler's only one of,
tho daughters Was at home and
roallzlng that she was scared he
Insisted on her buying till he had
sold a goodly bill. Whon the folks
arrived tho girl was badly scared
and Mr. Holnzler at once searched
for the man. no waa arrested at
Slater and returned the check and
money he secured at tho nelnzlcr
sister, Mrs. J. L. Relth.
Mrs. Will Eastham and daugh-
Mrs. Allco McMahan and daugh-.tor Pearla and Roy nillen aro vis-
tor, Mis9 Lona, of Marshall, are itincr with Mrs. EnBtham's mothor
holiday visitors at tho homo of Mrs. B. 'Hlllon in Kansas City.
Walter Townsond. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius Rolth re-
Mlss Loo Lawless who spent tho turnod homo Tuesday from Mar
holiday week with her paronts, Mr. shall. Miss Pearl Nlomcler came
and Mrs, D. Lawloaa left Saturday Jhomo with them for a week's visit,
morning for hor school noar Slater ( Lindsay Piper of Kansas City is
Mrs. Lawronco Edwnrds wna call visiting with homofolks this week.
od to Pilot Grovo Sunday to see Misses Ethylyn nnd Lillian Scott
hor grand father who Is very 111.
Row L. L. Pinnoll preached hero
Sunday morning and night It be
ing tho fifth Sunday.
homo and is no doubt on his way
naming especially tho trustees and to Jerusalem now.
Escaped With His Life
"Twonty-ono years ago I faced
an nwful death," writes, n. B. Mar
tin. Port narrolBon, S. C. "Doctors
R.ild I had consumption and tho
dreadful cough I had looked llko
it suro enough. I tried everything j
I could hear of, for my cough, nnd
was undor tho treatment of the
best doctor In Georgetown, S. C.
for a yoar, but could get no relief.
A friend advised me, to try Dr.
King's Now Discovery. I did so,
and waa completely cured. I feel
that I owe my life to thla groat
throat and lung cure." Its positive
ly guaranteed for -coughs, colds,
and all bronchial affections, cue
and 11.00. Trial bottlo free at P.
n. Franklin's.
nro snendlncr their vacation nt
Joe nillen nnd family visited
Arch Goodloo and family Friday.
Goorge Nlemeler was a visitor In
Blackwntor Friday.
Clyde Sims left for Nelson Sun
day whore ho will go to work.
Clark Swinnoy waa trading In
Arrow Rock Monday.
Mrs. Qoodloo roturned to her
homo near Napton aftor a few
days visit with hor son Arch Good
loo and family.
Will and August Rolch nnd Ilugo
Kossler hoarded tho red flyer for
Kansas City Thursday.
Jas. Shaughnessy and wlfo of
Glasgow spent tho holidays with
Mrs. n. Meyer,
Frank Hlmmelborg and family of
noward county and Robert Soll-
meyer of Chariton county aio
Christmas dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs
John Sollmeyer here.
Miss Camilla Frlemonth of Sla
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlo Schloszer ro
turned to Marshall Wednesday af- tor spent a few days with horae-
ter a fow days visit to tho form
er's brother Robert Schleszerand
folks here last week.
A turkey and goose m.
Georgo Glgers last Frld
Out they cornel Light
as a feather delicious,
appetizing biscuits,
cakes, muffins nnd hun
dreds of other inviting
dishes everything just
right. WithKCBakiug
Powder the results are
sure aud certain.
There is no guess-work.
You know beforehand
the family will be pleased
with your efforts. For
when you use
bake-day troubles disappear like magic and what was
formerly a day of doubt is now oue of pleasure. K C Baking
Powder safeguards the health of your family by insuring
light, digestible food. Aud the price is right 25 ounces
for 25 cents.
Stndfov th K C Coo.' ooklfs FREE.
The K C Coot's Boot, containing 90 ieskd, easifywade recipt
stnt frmm vfoit receipt of the colored certificate packed in 25'
cent cans. Send it today.
Jaqu Mfg. Co., Cklcag 33

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