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Iday, March MM. RAILWAY TIKE TMIE ft- TIMHC RY. TABtf In Effect June 24.1911 KART BOUND TRAINS It Dally Mo. 8Utt limit. In1on............10. JO IB1 B H Mld l)rBplim. LooH12.1f.p W, " Thlloninir(TMl.)VhlMo,SJOiai N, " TlMXailrUlrd.BI.L.ACkLllJTpa II, " Hlata Accommodation, XJCpm M, " Mgkt llawk .. .... I.Mam WBBT BOUND TRAIKB H, Dlr. Tka Kil7 Wre, Iumi CU'lMn t, IUbumt lorKaaMa Cltr. M. " Tka Ma. Mate W i. btai atr J. 6.iopi II Ml-Dar 0aial ftt bun Cltx... ... ...2.?0a U. nuur Accommodation. .jMmbi II, " rMHIIU,,... .. MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. AST BOUND TRAINS. (J2rMnrcr ITiManhall 0.00am M. PiHMfir I0.00.ro fa, Loaal rrlal i W.OOcm WMT BOUND TBAINB. tPMBir srrlraiatMartball ,. ntonm tl,IMrr..... J.JSpm a, Loaairraltkl l.JOpm Thai) a. ra. paiacngcr train arrlre In Manball front tho cait from Bdall and a arai 10 mtnata later (or tba tail Local Items Mra, Charles Paul of Ml. Leon arc! waa in Marsliall Monday. MJm Lena Pannoll of Blackwater is visiting In MartJiall this week Tom Pollard of Malta Hond waa In Marshall Monday. Frank Caoey returned to lils home at Hodge Monday nftcr ecv cral week visit in Saline. James A. Hnuchln, Democratic nominee for governor, was In Mar shall Saturdny campaigning. J. P. Fulkcrson, of Salt Springs, ahlppod In a car of Arkansas stock hog n last week. J. V. Irvine was In from Eouth cant of town Monday nnd gnve us Mrs. R. W. Eddy's renewal. August Reker and son, Walter, wcro hero from Grand Pan Mon clay and honored us. with u vir.lt Miss Ella Booth Friday shipped on the ice and sustained n painful sprain. Mrs. Ablcl Leonard has return ed from a delightful sdJoum li the South. J. F, Woolcry, of six miles east of lilackwatcr, will have his sole today and expects to quit form ing. 8 LnrH good wiihIi Nonp, 25c. J. A.Wltifi, M. Leon ard. ll(f Dr. Geo. 1). Stewart, president of Auburn Theological Seminary, Auburn, N. Y., delivered a very able address at Stewart Chapel, o t Tuesday morning. Wm. Moore, two miles cait of town, lost a valuable horss last week. Farmer Mmley n'so lost 11 valuable cow, which he thinks died m a result of dry feed. Tho railroads In Kunsas and sovcral other Western states were badly demoralized lout week by tho heavy snow which was throe feet or more in many places. W. P. Stark of Louisiana and John T. Cobb, of Odessa, were here Saturday attending n meet ing of tho executive committee of M. V. C. The families of S. W. Armen trout, Fred Morris and E. K. Tll lery will move April 1st to tho n. E. L. Smith property In East Ar row. Tho Smith family will go to their farm near Alma. unas. waioourn ana lamiiy, or . . v, uretcner, have ren:ed a zoo acre farm near Adrian and have re cently moved to it. 48 lbs. Jnmbo Flour, S1.10. J. A. WhiU, Ml. Leonard. ii Wjn. Mitchell had his address changed from Wellington, Kas..to Marshall, so we presume he and his good wife will shortly return to Marshall after a several months stay with their children. Mra Tom Davis of Waverly and brother, Oscar Funk, of St. Louis, passed through Marshall Monday enroute to at. Louut whore Mrs Davia will make a visit of sev eral week with her brother and othor relatlvca. The u. D. C. ladies gave a very successful Irish tea in tin Mar shall building Monday aHcrnoo and evening. Tho program render td waa much enjoyed as well as the refreshments. About $50 was realized. P. P. Prosacr, of Fayette, Demo- erotic candidate for congressman in till district was a Marshall vis itor Saturday. Tho only advice we can give Mr. Prosacr la that when he goes after big game he'd better load up with something more solid than peas (P'a). C. L. Hepponhagcii has n four- horse Flanders motorcycle at his garage which he purchased for Dr. It. II. Nucklca of Slater and for which he la agent. He nays they B3ll at $175 at tin factory They go at a high speed and are coming Into common use. 5 dnlloitH oonl oil 30c. .7. A.Wliilt.Mi.Lcoiinrd. lit! I ZT I . FIRST SEASON FOR THE I 7th SISTER j Houz Bro.' beautiful, high cut 7 button O Oxford in Washable WHITE NUBUCK,nd TAN BOX CALF, with hiffh Cuban heel and arch, shortest ramp, new wider high toe with tip. Pretty perforations side. The Jauntiest of Street Oxfords, Madam. and as usual it's at I Yei we i ate resairiif HOUX BROS. Skse Meats WatiHiKSiKCH . FOR SALAaa'dmlhlstrators of tho Philip Lcininger estate wo offer for sale all the residues and Btoro buildings belonging' to, tho Philip Lelningcr estate, td'the per son or persons making the best of fer. Chas. Memoler, D. P. Dennis, Administrators. 9-12b FOR SALB-20d well-feasone whls oak posts at J7.03 per 1W. Afety a lot of) 10 to 18 foot, barn polcA J'oo Stevens, rfi, 8, Napton Mo. 19-15p FOR SALE See decora and good hay, F, C. Dlackburn, Malta Bend, Mo. 11-lSb, The C. & A storage shop at Sin- tertcr burnod Monday about noon with the contents. It wan situated cast of the dispatchers office that recently burned. Tho placo con tained oils and supplies nnd was probably net afire through care lessness. Tho loss Is light. Today ia tho first day of spring. Wo thought advisable to tell our readers in case weather signs fall od. W. II. Meyer's sale at Mackbilrn advcrtlsid for March Hth wis y oii poned to tho 16th and on that-day was well attended and n good sale waa had. Mra. Joo Sailor and son, Clar ence, of near Diosscr, passed thru Marshall Wednesday enroute to Slater for a visit of several tbyn to her sister, Mrs. Aucr. John Shcllenbcrgcr and family returned froom Taft, California, on Wednesday night and will again mako Saline their home. They will move on tho Clark farm near Hcrndon. Wo are pleassd to cce them back. for $3,0W.W by ia young ladyatcn ographcr who claimed aho had' that much salary due her, She only claimed her timo to ho worth $2.00 an hour, no sho must haw been a sort of expert. Mr. Rob erts says there's nothing to It, that ho owes her nothing and that he doesn't expect to pay her. We searched him but failed to find the $1000 on htm! Card of Thanks To all friends who so kindly as sisted during tho Blckncss and death of our bo loved husband and father we dealro to express appreciation. Mr Wm. Trecce and family. our F6R SALE Shorthorn bull. coming two-year-old, ollglb'.e to register. Phone :0F12." ML C. Snyder, rfd. 1, Marshall 12tf b. Robt. Hyatt visited relatives nt Fayette Sunday. He said the Cen tenary Methodist Church which lv expected to attend that day burn ed aboo. 8 'a. hi. The Janitor over heated tho f urn ice causing tho fir It waa a largo church nnd cost about $30,000. Andy Judge waa hero from Shackelford Tuesday nnd said he had cold Ida black. Belgian etal- lion to Mr. Warren of IUggln&vllle aod bought of him an English Shire Stallion. lie now has four good Ja:k and two goad draft stallions. rue fireman's Annual bnll was given at Slater Monday evening and wan n decided succsas ns tic- ual. Thirty couples attended fro u Marshall alone. Don Rcmbcrt nlso attended 7rom hero but wa don't t a Know now many no is or are, so can't enumcrato him, but nil of him were there. T. R. Fowler has closad his gro eery and moat market on ths east side of tlio squares and will take chargo of tho now meat dopnrt- ment at tlio Now York Raskct Ramo & Son purchased nil tho fix tures except tho cooler, whl;h was purchased by the Now York Racket. Tho Rasso storo Is boLic remodeled and will present a much improved appearance. Tho new department at tho Racket will -no doubt prove popular under Mr, Fowler's able management. Robert Funk and Mlai Stc!la Meadors of Grand Pass, were mar ried by Elder D. T. Wharton at Ids homo In this city, Sunday, Mar. 17th at 1 o'clock. The young peo ple are very popular In their home town and their marrlnirc was a surprise to their many friends. They wcro accompanied by Miss Ruth Funk and Frank Humphreys Thoy returned to Grand Pass 8un day afternoon. We extend co" gratulatlons to tho happy pair. 1-lb. nackBBO Moraini Glory Gaffoo. 25c. J. A. Wlutt, Alt. Leonard. Mra A. T. Kldd, of Roodhouse, III, who went to California Feb ruary ,2J in rcaponso to a call, writes that her mothor. Mrs. J. H. Oustcrhout, of Mt. Leonard, is pre paring to movo to California to reside with her son, who lost his wife oh tha 25th, to mako n homo for lua two small children. Mrs. Kidd In very much in lovo with tho country out there. Tho shade Is moro comfortable than tho sun shlno Mrs. Kldd says. Sho expectn to return homo to 1111- r.oU by tho first of Anrll tiro- vldln everybody keens well. Mm. Kldd was -formerly Miss Cora Oustcrhout of Mt. Leonard. Stove McGcc, of Slater, ear in spector for tho C. & A., was taken to Kansas City Tuesday to be treat -m . . - . " cu at a hospital for stomach trou oic. Air. McGco has been wlrh tho C. & A. for IB years and Is popular aad splendid citizen whoso many friends wish hhn a speedy recovery. Two Runaways Coivcrt Bros, had tho bad luck Saturdny morning of loalng n $200 bay horsa In a runaway. While standing near tha C. & A. depot a team in charge or Chas. Worlov becamo frightened by n train nnd rao away. Near tho lco plant thay roll and both, liorsas got thalr legs through a wagon wheel in tho mixup. The ono horse had Its leg broken and waa killed by or der of Hay den Coivcrt Ono of Joo Solomon's teams ran away on the aquara Saturday afternoon and hla son driving It waa slightly hurt. Fruit Trees Saturday, March JOth., wc will open our eales yard ono lot back oftMycra& Bells Dry Goods store cast-sldo of square with' a full lino of- Nursery Stock. Trees for salq up to April 22. Call early. Lcca Summit Nurseries, 12-10b Ivan McCurdv. mirr. Around Town C. B. Ahlf, of tho Colony, called our attention Monday to the dif ficulties that sometimes beset true love. One of the young men attendants was in town that af ternoon and decided to take ad vantage of tho fine day by taking hia girl for a stroll on tho square. They had no sooner reached the square till the girl's father came In stirht and down the aide at root thoy went. When they came back I Mr. Ahlf told them that Mr. Mad dox was looking for them and nc ho was then coming that way they again hiked around th? comer and they went so far that they rrob- aoiy uiu not reach, the square again. We're Inclined to think that Mr. Ahlf caused most of their worries. Another man who has many trou blcs along tills line is Dan Porter, Jr., chief reporter for the Progreoi His love resides at Slater and ho goes only once a week, but teually there ia a railroad wreck, a de layed train, or something to mako his path thorny. If he only had tho courage to a'.t her to como to Marshall his "troubles" would end. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. L. "W. Gorham, col of near Marshall, desire to publicly thank their friends and neighbors for all their klndncsi and assis tance at the burial of thrlr de parted daughter. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jer sey cow, 2 years old, fresh,, at a bargain. J. W. Allen Musie Co. iB6 B. Jefferson. ' ' 12b EGGS FOR SALE - Prltc-wln-nirig Rose comb Rhode Ia'and Red RegiS satisfaction guaranteed. $1.0) per netting, $5.00 per 100. 12-lBb Frank Evans. ranging from flty cents to $2.(0. Miss Mary Walker of Cordcr, waa tho guest of Mhs Annie M. Carter aavcral days last week anil attended tho pie suppw. Quito a number from here, at tended the funeral of Albert Shannon of Mt Leonard Sunday. Mrs. 81dney Motcn and daugh ter, Miss Elvcstcr, spant Sunday evening with Mrs. Issao Combe and daughter, Mini Nellie. Messrs. Thomas Rhodes and Jas. Koontz were the contestants ..for the premium plo Saturday even ing. Rev. II. T. Canady filled ,hl regular appointment hero. Sunday. Mrs. J. n. Sharpcrsgn, of Mar shall, will givo a recital at the'M. E. Church hero on March 30th. ' Blackburn Colored News Tho ladles of the Methodist Epfs copal Church gave a pij Eupper o:i Saturday evening, March 10th. In splto of tlio mud there was a big crowd and plea sold well. Prices Increased Stock At the Saline County Fair' As sociation meeting held in the county court room Tuesday 420 votes were cast in favor of Increas ing the fvtock from twenty to thir ty .thousand dollars. This Insurca a fiuccoflsful fair for the fall sea son and wo hope our farmers and their women folks will now pre pare for tho event by getting lip some good displays. Why Fool Away 10? Buy Siur Brand Shoos. Mates' l'ouliry House tinnrnnleed fojiivo hhiihijui pays top GASH and Hon. .i.A.wiiilt, Mt. Leonard. TENTH your irndo ' - A': V riTY-H -1-1 yifyTTTMM T We want you to see the new Spring Models now. We nave. np for mal opening. Pkfr ticularly anxious to have you '&IY to see what clever millinery we can. give you at prices "to please. ' Emma M. Chaffee N. E. Corner Square r nbn. Fredorlck G. Abt, Assls lani Attorney Qoneral of the United 8tatoB, was In M'arshnlt Sat urday Investigating tho claim of John Thomaa for tlio U. S, Court of Claims. Mr. Abt was tnaulrlnir f ii . .u mere woro ho Ilonuh pah hi Marshall, ns wo hannoned to i.i- Li . . - - . - . tw way, ana woro Introduced as uio genuine; article. When Inform cu Ul" our KcnubMcan nrn nil loyal ("Roouo'veltcrs," he advised all or thorn to Join the Democratic party I m. w wk... W. n.' Davis was up from Dlnck- water last yroek nhfl'sald they-. would movo to ho ySapplngt6n. iarm iTiuay wjuch his mother nought or Re.v.. M Lelblo recently at $100 per acre. I t R..M. Rayl and Josorih F. Wheel er Wont to Ilerndon. fiWfi,v Rayl went to asll tvnewrlters nrl Wlieeler fyvept to-ae -about his farm. Cptatngback "tha nfal-a hoik od and theyhad to asnd to fcW for another horas. They were out by ,W R,; King's wheaj bad, luck over- taken tihnmr ThJJ' t.ti ir.-.' that they lost some religibi,Re- pone Dy-Jewell Burna. Jamea L, Roberta; of this dtv. m. I Oirrift On Hrf I AND SEE I ED. F. WEST'S BARGAINS I I I I I 1 I I I I Files. 16 inch 3-cornered files, stub pattern, , 2 for 5c 6 inch taper files 5c 6 inch flat files 5c 8 . V ' lb " 12 " " 44 10c ide 15c Sundries. $3;00 razor, "warranted w ,65c No. 2 dirt shovel ,r 65c Copper plated stell square, regular alL V . ' J2,ft Wnsl,.noWiV $1.25 Men's blue chambry work shirts. 39c fHMviersdairtfDh (Nferejsiirtsfikurea ihf "whi usuajly jold ;for .lU,.. $t0& Tin Pails, Etc. 10 qt. tin pail 10c 10 qt. galvanized paiL.L 15c 14 qt. " " 20c 12 qt. granite " 29.c 12 qt. heavy tin " r 23c Fancy oil cloth 18c Williams'shaving oapu 5c Light house cleaner. 4c White bowl and pitcher..... 98 Sale We will open our Low Shoe 'next week. 11 jkjnds. Also White"Shoes, incanvas and hiic)cZf&X Ladies rangingdn price from $2.00 to $3,501 v I Men's rubber beots. ' lijJSMck P?nU--e '- li0 " f jackets.. $l.QO tall $2.t 1 000 other bargains in-" proportion. ' i J BIZ. m.mM. : mm nLUi MARSHAL MaSOUEI ESdiewon't I I o I I I I- A ..J f, & r f & :,afci4A!SrAii... .