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tffitUy. February W, 1912
MARSHALL RIPUBMCAN
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
TABLT
In Effett June 24. 1911
KAHTU0UNUTHAIS8
16 Pally Mo. Bute Rsprese, BIoob
Initon. ........... .............. ..10.30 m
SI " Mld-Usy Special St. Lonls...l2.lf.m
10, " The Hunger (real.) Chlcea;o.t).80vii
11. 11 The Kelly Ulfd,M.L.AtTil.ll.B7 pro
18. " Hints Accommodation, 7.60 pm
y.4, k Night Hawk .... l.Wnrn
WEST HOUND THA1NS
Mi, Dally, The Bsrly lHrd, Ksnsss CUr tM asa
fl, ' Hummer tar Kansas City -S8si
16, " Tbs Mo. Hlala Bxpress luf
Kansas Cltr C 10pu
at Mld-DaT Special (or Kansas
riiT .. .. ...........
" HlaU-r Accommodation
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11.
Passenger,
HiHM.HtM t
.. 2.50psa
.,9.13am
Owing to the delay in the O
8 arrival of our dry goods from New o
w r i ii . O
o i ork we win not open our store
until
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY,
KAST UOUND TWAINS.
12 Passenger Leaves Msrehall - .Win
at, Pasaenaer .. IO.OOm
M, Local Freight W.OO.m
WEST HOUND TIUINB,
AlU'aiaeager arrlvesntMnrshntt ..JOitm
ll,rteeeger.... 5.58pm
W, Local Freight . l.JOptn
rksaifiQa. m. passenger trln arrive In
Tarsi all from the cast from Hedntla and
saves 10 minutes later (or the eaet
Local Items
J. B. McAmlft had
Blackburn Saturday.
business h.
ml?
C. R. White was over from Miami
VnmUv and aubscrlbed for the
beat paper.
David Slgman has moved frorn
ML Leonard to Latham, Kansas,
where wo wlah him success.
Herman Rohkop and daughter,
Muw 8tclla, wore hero from Black
burn Monday shopping.
At tho meeting of the Co'.ony
board last Friday all tho old of
ficers were re-c!cctetl.
Robt. Lamkln, wife and son, re
turned to their homo In Capo Gir
ardeau Sunday.
II. D. Ament was hero from East
St. Louis this week looking after
his commission business.
Miss Leo Lawless will complete
Mlm n.whlll'a term of school as
tnAcher In room 4 of tho West
school building.
Bnics Poultry House
Big Cash Prices plus
one-tenth your trade,
bents 'cm all hallow.
.Tohn W. Piper and Miss Mary
Carroll wero marrlod in Knnsar
Lil Wednesday at thi horn? of
tho bride's uncle.
I?. E. Pcmbcrton and wife return
oil Saturday evening from Sednlla
jnd will aealn mnko Marshall
their home wo are ploasod to state
T. A. Davenport, of south o
town, has our hoarly thanks for a
fine lot of apples which he
hrmiirht us Tuesday. Thsy lust
hit tho spot.
O. N. Ennoraon, one of Slater's
nlendld farmers and old cltlxcns
called In Tueaday morning while
visiting his son J. H. Epperson
and gavo us aVg lift flcanclal;y
T. R. Fowler Monday purchased
the Hayob Bros, gro scry and meat
Market. lib. "is an enterprising
young man for whom wo bespoak
a liberal patronage.
Our reporter stated last week
tint Patrick Duffy, whosj death
wa noted; had eerved In the Con
federate amy. This was amis
take, as he had served In the Fed'
eral army.
Frank Logan, formerly with th
Wood & nuaton Bank, but now I
the wholesale grocory brokerage
business in Kansas City, made hi
regular' call hero over Sunday. Th
girl 'in the caas la still a mystery
The Missouri Shippers Associa
tion has requested us to announce
a meotlnK .for Mexico o;i Saturday
Fab. i7th.and urge all Interested
in the formation of a company to
bo present.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Humphreys
and daughtor, Bornlco, of Waver
ly wero sihoppora In our city oat
urday. Mr. Humphreys while hrx
pu reikis a i a fine match team
mules 'of Frank Evans,
Mrs. Ruth Duncan returned to
her homo, in Kansas City yester
day after a visit to Mai shall frl.n'lc
Mrs. Duacan will spend tin aum
jtver .In Biiropo with her son, Dr.
Fred Duncan and Wlfa.
F. Vr. , Weeeler, of BJa kbir.last
week bousrfat the D. B. Robertso
farm of 968 acres hear ML Leonard
at 113? pe-r cra or a total of
tM,6W;' He gets rWessipn on
March 1st,. '
POSTPONED
Saturday, Feb. 24th.
Look for Adv. Next Week
BROKEN DOLLAR STORE
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Aug. Tcgtmeycr and son were
here from Grand Pass Tuesday
Democratic Convention
The Saline county Democrats
it? M V T J p t rnnjini turday and selected delegates to
they purchased of E. L. Fcowlck J convcnt,on at Mar(khnu
w. .... i ' I nr A ntmnnt aollcl Clark
'Monday. An
A team of horsis bclontrlng to dclciratlon was sent to Marshall,
ff Dju-don. eoL . ran awav Mon- Polk securing only two. How the
dav but wo have heard of no', dam- strontr Folk sentiment was over
ago. They came from East North como wo don't know. Mr. Folk,
SL and ran past the court house . fvcclng defeat over tno otaicun
down West North at a furious drew from tho race for tno prcw
speed.
The State Board of Hcn'.th re
ports the following deaths for Sa-
livo In December: Tuberculosis, 5;
cancer, i; nervous aisoasos, o;
heart, 3; pneumonia 2; nephritis
and B right's disease, 2; accidents,
1; other causss, 12.
Stato Sunt. Evans Saturday an
nounced tho names of tho Mis
souri Textbook commission. Each
county has thrco representatives
and Saline Is represented by J. L.
Lynch of Marshall; C. H. nitch-
horn and T. L. Davis of Miami.
The commission Is employed to
select text books for use In the
various counties.
Mr. and Jilrn. L. J. Byars enter
tained Sunday In honor of Miss
Luclle Long, whoso wedding Is an
nounced for tho 7th. Thovs pres
ent were Misses Luclle and Lclclno
Long, Qoldlc Domosa, lleul.th Enrp
Sadio Jackson, Ida Earp nnd Mrs.
M. H. Hlbbard, Messrn. Chester Do
Moss, Wlllard Flnnor, Will Byars
and M. II. Hlbbard. All report n
fine dinner and cnjoyablo day.
Row E. D. Burns, of Blaikburn,
announces that he had lust closed
a very successful rovlval In his
church. Ho was assisted by Rev.
Moore, of Boonvlllo. There were
15 conversions. Rev. Burns also
announces that Mrs. Francis L,
Burns will have charge of a com
edy at the Baptist church on the
evening of Feb. 21th, for the bene
fit of tho church. Tho public la
Invited.
WMt and for Sale (olufliRlr
FOR SALE FlVo room tottage
and lot on SouthSalt Pond and
Vost. Good barn, chicken house.
and yard, nil nowly painted. Nice
shado trees, garden, also cherries,
grapes, pears and npple trees. Ap
ply to ownor J. H. Stephens.
fl-llp.
FOR SALE-FalrflelJ Incubator
and brooder for 200 eggs, practic
ally now, only us?d one year. Will
soil cheap. Inquire of Mrs. Richard
Nucklcs, East Yerby, Marshall.
8-11.
FOR SALE-Crystal Whlto Or
pington Cockore'.a Kcllcrstrass
strain $3.09 each. Mrs. Jos Plourd,
box 35 Norton. Mo. 22-11
FOR SALE-My 80 aero farm,
sltuatod 6 miles south and 11-2
oast of Slater, Mo nenr ClayCcn
tor. Tills farm Is well Improved
and one of Ui3 choicest bonus in
Sallno county and must be seen
to bo appreciated. Will be sold on
vory reasonable torms. If looking
for a homo of this kind do not
Wrlto but come and bob the farm
for your lf and I will try to do
business with you as I desire to
nfovo to California. L. A. Brown.
9-11
'FOR SALE-Wcll Unproved Irrl
gated farm of 8S0 ncrcs near
Powoll Wyomlrg , with stoik
$3500. Address, O. iA. Schacht
Powell, Wyo. Or see J. J. Witt.
editor of this paper. Good oppor
tunity.
Among the Sick
Mall carrier Ben Berg has been
on tho sick list this week.
Miss Katherlno Bohn underwent
a successful operation at St. Luke's
hospital In Kansas City Thursday.
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs,
nonry Krumslck of Shackelford,
has been sick the past week.
Mrs. L. D. Murrell la homo from
MonetL where sho wont to visit
her mothor who haa been sick, but
reports her better.
Jno. Q. Ruff went to Kansas
City Saturday to bring home his
son, William, who had been under
the care, of a specialist thoro for
bronchial trouble. Ho is much
Improved.
K. A. and F. D. Stockman, of
Malta Bend, returned from Boon
vllle" Tuesday, where they had
cin to visit their mother, who is
vory low. Sho Is 88 yoara old,
making her recovery uncertain.
Mrs N. McK. Myers haa been
at Miami tho past two weeks as
bUtlng in the care of Mrs. Acker
man, who fell recently and broke
a log ft-t the home of Mrs. Myers1
mother Mrs. Saufley,
FOR SALE combination
' Mt..Lonar, 'MO:,..
Local Market.
U.-.1..II B.K 11 till
Corrected weekly by the Marshall
rroaiice go.
EfgS..
Hens
Ssrlag Chickens
Roosters.,..;.,,...
. 2Sc Aot
.18c 1b.
..lOclb,
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ilnntlal nomination..
Tho county convention at the
court house Monday was largely
attended. Tho meeting wos called
to order at 11 by Chairman Hey
nolds'and upon motion Dr. J. R
nrown. of Malta Bond, was elect
ed temporary chairman of the
meeting and representatives of tho
Marshall press wero cle:ted ,ec-
rctarlcs. The editor of this piper
had moro Important business on
hand, so did not servo I
The following committees vtre
named :
Crcdcntla'.s-B. Staples, Arrow
Hock; R. A. Tusiey, Hlackwater;
W. Smith, Cambridge; Dr. .
L. Sharp, Clay; Morris Deal, Elm-
wood; Sowell Burrtisa, uranu rjsi.;
T. Reed, Liberty; Thos. II. run
cr, Marshall; Wm. Henton, Miami;
C. Snider, Salt Fork; Joo L..
Kennedy, Salt Pond.
Permanent Organization nnu
Ordor of Business: Andrew Davis
Arrow Rock; R. W. Fenwlck,
Hlackwater; Qeo. Wolfs'tlll, Cam
bridge; R. W. Hickman, Clay; Lar
kln Hancock, Elmwood ; S. B. Jeter
Grand Pass; Lester Hall, Liberty.
W. N. Wilson, Marshall; Joe P
Guthory, Miami; M. C. Snider, Salt
Fork; Joo L. Kennedy, Salt Pond.
Committee on Resolutions 111
Wood, Arrow Rock; F. M. Pile,
Blackwater; Com. P. Storta, Cam
bridge; Joe Cott, Ciay; E. P.Grlms
Elmwood; J. R. Brown, Grand
Pass; C. L. Chappell, Liberty; T
n. narvcy, Marshall; 0. N. Jack
son, Miami: M. W. nail, Salt Fork;
Joe L. Kennedy, Salt .Pond.
Committee to Select Delegates -
Samuel Thompson, Arrow Ro:k.
R. A. Tuasey, BUckwatcr; Walter
Bridges, Cambridge; R. W. Hick
roan, Clay; Jos. namll, Elmwood;
H. T. White, Grand Pass; C. L.
Chapell, Liberty; O. N. Oroar,
Marshall; Walter Brown, Miami;
M. W. Hall, Salt Fork; Joe L. Ken
nedy, Salt Pond.
The following delegates were
Rolected to represent Sallno county
at the State Convention at Joplln.
Thos. H. Harvey, Dr. J. R Brown.
O. N. Orear. Thos. n. Fisher, S J
Sydenstrlcker, John G. Miller, 0
N. Jackson, Dr. W, L. Sharp, Ed
Reavls. Joseph namll, ' Com. P.
8torts, John, T, Rector, nugh G,
White, Frank Brockway, Walter W,
Hfell.
Among Our Friends.
Ed Thomaa, Napton
W. J. Ford, Malta Bend
C, H. Tucker, Slater
W. n. Baker, Malta Bend
Jamea Baker, Malta Bond
Joe Sollmoyer, Gilliam.
II, Rohkop, Blackburn
TCS. R. Whlto, Miami.
V, E. Mitchell, Slatar. ..
Mrs. A, M. Burnett, Toledo, Ore
G. N. Epperson, Slater,
7! T. Dimity, 81ator.
J.M. Terrell, Marshall.
BV,F. Henley, Sweet Springs.
JT. Coulter? Sweet Springs,
P,;!H.. PorterSweef Springs.
Warren Hartman, Blackburn.
Ms. R. M. Neldlck, Oklahoma
City,; Okli! . i.
FOR SALE-Purc bred Lang
shan chickens. Inquire of R. S
Glvan, Marshall, rfd. 2. 7-10
TO TRADE Two good lots,
(clear) In Henry Addition, for a
horse. Must be sound and full
size. Address A. B. C. care Repub
lican. 7-Sb.
LOST-A No. 12 watch, 2) year
gold filled ca. Wathnm works
Between Hcrndon and Mnrshnll on
Marshall and Sweet Springs roud.
Hndor pleas: return to this offl:i
or J. F. Wheeler and rc:elve re
ward.
NOTICK
Notliali lirrebv uiven tint Ih.ra u.111 Iv.
meeting ot the landholder of the Malta llend
Levee District at reildenco of II. D. Allen In .aid
DlitrlCt on the ISth dav nf Vlirnir.. 9 I. m
lJ2. forthepurpoteotelcctlniia uoervlor In
uldcllitrlcttoterveforatermuf live years In
piece 01 rranK Moorei whote term expiree on the
ISth (lav of February. 1UI7. Ilv nnl.r ni h.
Hoard of Supervltora.
v. r. DtlAr EK. Chairmen
II. O. ALLC.V. Secretary
Jan. 21-31
KXECUTOIfS NOTICK
Notice ll hereby iriven that lettera taitameni.
aryontheeatateof I'hlllp Lelnlnger, ilrieased
w.m n..nHl ,n , . hhiI.I..i..J . . .nil.
. w ... .(..u ,w .... Mt.uv, .ihiicUi Ull 1119 iJlll
day of January, 1913. by the I'robato Court of
Saline County. Mlitourl.
Aiiperaonenavinirciaimiigainal aald ettete
re required to exhibit them to us for allowance,
within six months after the date of said letters,
or they may be .precluded from any benefit of
auch estate; and It such claims be not exhibited
witninone year irom tne uateof thellaat Inser
tion of the publication of this notice they aball
be forever barred.
C1IAKLKS NIl.MF.Itn,
O. I. DENNIS. Kira.
Feb. am
njm rltTiHirS
CKtfTOMA
Established 1874
Incorporated 1882
WOOD&'HUSTON BANK
Capilal, $100,000
Surplus, $120,000
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C. G. PAGE, Chnirmnn of the Board
J. P. HUSTON. President W. S. HUSTON. Cashier
J,C, LAMKIN. ViccPrcs., F.C.BARNHILL. Asst.Cash.
DIRECTORS
C. G. PAGE C M. BUCKNEil J. C. LAMKIN
A. M. GUTHREY L. D. MURRELL W, S. I IUSTON
ARCH GREGORY LEON SMITH J. P. HUSTON
n -i- rt-s7rnnrrrn Y-..-TT-yirv i. in
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Ample Capital. Equipment First Class. Best Service
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Saline County Farms at $50, $60 and
$80 per Acre.
500 acres, good, levol land, deep soil, well ImprovoJ, U miles
from live town and shipping point at $50.00 per aero.
120 acres, well Improved, 1,4 miles from .town and shipping
point ai jby.uu per acre.
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160 acres, well Improved, l4 miles from ono of tho best towns
I county anu snipping points at jbo.uu per acre.
120 acres, flno land, well improved, closo to two towns and
shlnnlnff noints at 1125.00 Dor aero, exceptional valuo.
City lots a plenty. Small lots, largo lots, aero property, cheap
homos, moderate priced homes, elegant homes, store uulidlng8,stock9
or merchandise, all sizes, all prices. TERMS TO SUIT ON ANYTHING
YOU BUY.
FARMS AND RANCHES, Any slzo from 40 aero truck farm to
25000 grazing proposition In Missouri, Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma
at prices from $19,00 up.
Marshall, Missouri,
(M 1" KXA I1 "I" W(X XM1 WIDC
OSTEOPATHY
is a acicatihe raetboJ of treatiag ail classes ot iiav
eases, ky correcting aay aad all deviatioas to tbc
Voiy make-up, that each aaval every part of the body
may do its work and have a normal blood aad
nerve supply.
DRS. NUCKLES & NUCKLES,
Marvhall Building, North Side Square, Marshall. Mo.,;
TltUSTEE'S SALH
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n. ..., inui, .iu,wi. ai.u nuuiv iuiuu, ui.
wife, by tbelr certain deed of trust dated July 3,
lW.aad nied for record July IS. 1107, In the
office of the Recorder ot Deed of Saline County,
TAKE THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN FIRST
THEN SUBSCRIBE FOR
The Kansas City Star and Times
The Star and Times, reporting the full twenty
four hours' news each day in thirteen issues of the
paper each week, are furnished to regular sub
scribers at the rate of 10 cents per week.
As newspapers, The Star and The Times have
no rivals. No other publisher furnishes his readers
with the full day and night Associated Press re
ports, as does the Star and Times. This should
recommend the papers especially to the progress
ive merchant and farmer.
I deliver both the Star and Times to the sub
scriber's door promptly on arrival of trains.
Give me a trial.
THOS. P. VAWTER, JR., Distributor.
Missouri, and there recorded In Hook 130, pace
4 St, conveyed to Leonard W. Van Dyke, aa trus
tee, taw IoIIowIbc nescrlbed real estate situated
In tha County of Saline and Stats ot Missouri,
lo-wlti
TSacMutaaallof the North West Quarter of
the North Wast auarter of Section Four. e.
Township Forty Eight. 41, Range Twenty, 20.
containing n scraa, mors or less.
Which said conveyance was made to secure
the Bayaaaat of a certain promissory nott In aatd
asea aeecriDea. ana
Whereas, dsfault haa been made In the Day
meat of the debt secured by said deed:
now Tnereiore. at tne request oi ine legai
holder of said note and bv virtue of tha Dower
conferred upon me by said deed ot trust, I will,
on
Saturday, March 9th, 1912,
at tha South front door of the Court House In
the City of Marshall. Saline County, Missouri,
betwtaa the fcoui s of I o'clock A. M. and S ociock
P. M.ot said day, Tsell at public arctlon to the
highest bidder, for cash, the real estate above
oescriDea, 10 pa:
y said nots snd interest and the
cost oi eiecutinr tnis inisi.
LEONARD W. VANDYKE, Trustee.
2-H-4t,
Money to Loan
ilome and. Eastern money to loan
on Improved -real estate at low
rate ot laterest with easy prepay
went prjvjllegca.
' Montgomery x jonea,
Marshall, Mo. 2-15b.
Dr. H. T. BARNES,
ROOMS 235 and 236
Farmers Saving Bank Bldg.
PHONES:
RESIDENCE 18
2-8
CiwCMESTUtSMLU
DIAMOND
LAMltat
aa. u u tar rHT.ousaa.TKii'
Btlitonb bICnd fills uTm iW,
Sold sattaltlj boars, scaled wllb. Blu
Mbbosx Tak mo oTHaa. m f m
- - , l. AiaflaBuL.Ti:si i
ijiloNS BlUNR PiLLa, fof twcaty-Ssa
Mara iswarded aa Best. Safest. Always Kellabla,
SOLft lY ALL DRUGGISTS
EVERYWHERE
8
-INE EXHIBITION OF
"THE RING OF FRUITS"
Colorado Apples a: the Mi
Kansas City Land Sho.
Out in Ooluriulo In u lanj developer
with m unUuuul rvputiitimi. lie will
le at the KuuHitK City ltnd 8liv, nnJ
Inoldentnlly he will mIkiw dm fur its po
hIIi the apple ftiilustry or Cotornilo
untl wbut Utiri iN'eitummipllslied In
certain secllous of hl Kn-at Htnto ami
In the toiuuiuntty lit, which ho m cuat
his lot.
TIiIh I Mr. Cwtkc II. I'uttl. the heatl
imd front of the Goo rise II, Paul Or
ch ii it! company of I'uelilo, Colo. Hu
linn made up his mind that tne Kanaux
City Ijtml Phow Is lefrltlmate and tlmt
Kiiuhiis City U the IokUtiI olnt fur
land show from which to Instruct peo
pli'i In Kuntjau, MlKHourl, OklahuuiH and
tin truuninlKMlHxIppI vnlley In ni'iriil
In thi ways of orchnrdliiK hi the lutid
if "tuniuolae blue Hkli-H."
In n latw aiwce pntmtneutly located
on the main nla)e In CoiiVmitlnii hull
from I'cb. SO to March I) (hli ;sirKo II
lnul Oa'liard company will hnve.
tliroiiKh Mr A. K .Miwhon mid hl
confruivit, a nplemlld exlilliltlnu lllux
kau'aas valley, and Oie appfea oT tixfm
section are always of a very aupenor
luullty. This Mr. Mcrahon and hl
4iwoltttea bupe to prova to the rUltoc
it the Kaaaas City Land Show.
Aa un educational and beautiful feav
ture the Oconee II, Paul Orchard coaa
pauy's booth will undoubtedly be
i rent nttractloo.
Through the medium of Uie prena aail
other aourcea this company hug x
tended liivltatloui to the rnrmera, hoi
llcullurUtu aud youtiK men of the Htatst
jgnculturul vuhwola of Kunaaa aud Mle
ourl to Ull iu booth.
$100 Reward $100
Tho roadcrao f this paper will be
tploaaed to loarn that there la at
toast ono dreaded dlseaae that
acloneo lu.s been able to euro In
all ita stages, and that la Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is the only
positive curo now known to tho
medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constltutglonal troatmont. Hall'a
Catarrh Curo la takon Internally,
acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system,
thereby destroying tha foundation
ot tho disease, and glvln; the
patient strength by building up
tho constitution and assisting na
ture Is doing Its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith in Ita
tratlug In a most Rtiiphlc and realistic i cuwtlvo Pwer8 that ihW "r
i i . . . ' flnA TI i , n il r rt. 1 Tnlljt.A fnf. ti v nn,A
maimer i
Till'
ig in a most Bmpnie null realistic , - ' - " " j
icr apple culture In Colorado. Ono Hundred Dollars for any case
Iract of land to ! represented Is , that It falls to euro. Send for list
jliree miles from Pueblo, extending;
wear for tea miles, Irauuded on the
south by; the Arkansas river and la lo
rated to xylint Is known aa the Arkan
win valley of Colorado. The main Hutu
of '-trw Banta Fe Vud1 the Denver Hlo
Orande rnllwuya tntverni) this section
It la connected with I'uoblo by troiloy
tinea, ao tbe probtem of traaspqrtatloti
U solved, ' ' "
One-lirth of the entire apple produe
1100 ..SI iiiMS!TOJfl, CtflU8 oul, of tJUat &I
ot testimonials.
Addrosa P. J. CHENEY & CO., Tol
edo, Ohio.
I Sold by all Druggists, 73c.
. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Children Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTORIA
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