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n'o. 10 Dally, the Missouri State hxpress io: sr. n. m. No. 22. Ml.ldny Special 12:1a p.m. No. 10. Dally, tho "Hummer" for Chicago S:30 p. m. No. 21. Dally, The "Early Bird" for St. Louis ........ 1 1 : is p. m. No. IS. Slater Accommoda tion 7: in p.m. Vt lltiund. No. JJI. Dally, "The Knrly Ulrd" for Knurnn City 4:00 a.m. No. 0. Dally. The "Ilummor" for Kan huh cilv r.::iS a. m. No. 17. Slater Acconi. ..liiSoa. m. No. 21. Mldduy special. .2:.o p. m. No. IS. Dally. The Missouri Stale Hxprc!i!i for K. (' 1:10 p. m. No. 1 1. Dally. K. c Hx.. .S: 12 n. m. O. K, IIAWTHOHNi;. Agent, FniDAY, FKnnt'AltV J I. 1I)1.T vJSitutfXul No No Mali Ar ItOllllll, US. Hvpremi KImiu a. in. Local I'rr lKlit. . 10r00 n. in. New MiinOiull and Hedalla train leaviH Heilalla ut :,:2o a. m. Ar rives at MnrHhiill in r: no a. m. mth Marchall at n:oo , m for v'ett Itmiiiil. KxpreHH IMin p, m. tin.. . i : :tn p. m. "U, Anent. KANSAS CITVS AXNCAI, At'TO.MOmiji: SHOW Tho Annual Automobile Show giv en by the Kaunas City Motor Car Dealers' Association will be held In Convention Hall, beginning February 17, and closing the night of Febrtt tyy 27. Owing to the Increasing demand for space, It has been necessary for this event to be held In two separ ate parts The first Is to bo the Pleasure Unr Show, which opens February 22d. The Commercial Car Show opens February 24 and closes the night of February 27. The scheme lor decorations this year has been decided upon, and will cost In the neighborhood of $20,000 i no decorations tins year will run largely to electrical display, and Con vi'iitlou Hall will be ablaze with electric lights during the entire lengths of the automobile show. Sperlal music has been arranged for, Introducing enberet perform ances In automobile shows, music afternoon's and evening by n large band, special soloists, etc. The dealers In this nectlon of the fountry have had a very prosperous Mat. and It Is expected to initio- this nuioiiiiiiiiie snow a momentous oc casion for (he beginning of the new )ear. 8 06MOCSHQO I Local Items go areiM At inn t-u mnr lti:VXO1lS..MOItltl.S, I. S. Itoyiioldx, the Hardeman inereh.iiit, returned Monday from I'rescolt, Arkansas, where he had gone with his wire's sister, Miss In Ha Morris, to attend her marriage to lili brother, Samuel .1. tteyiiolds. They were married In the parlora of the New Southern hotel nl Texar kana on February lith by Itev, Weav er, pastor of I he First Christian church, mid went ut once to the home prepared by the groom at I'res- cott. Tho groom win reared nt Miami and went (o I'rescott last fall, where he bought a nice far in but there was lompllilug - tacking and he Induced .Morris, one of Saline's most young ladles, lo share the him. is tented near Nnplnn 'ig with her hIsIit. ' the past live ittlred In a ill. Willi Miss Stella Sanger returned Wed nesday from n several weeks' visit to St. Louis relatives, Mis Anna Will Coleman of War lensburg was the guest of her aunt. .Mrs. J. T. Plant r, from .Monday to Wednesday while on her return homo from St. Louis. F. W. Sproltzer of the county near Wunnmaker was In Marshall Wed nesday. Mr. Spreltzer has purchas ed the lo acres Just north of .1. T. Redman's larm from I'res Moffttt, He Intends to Improve the property and live upon It. Chas. Terry cjf the county south ot Marshall spent Wednesday at the county seat. Joe K. (Iravcs, the veteran chicken man, Is still seriously III at home nenr the C. & A station. Hubert Moore, little son or Will Moore, line been very sick for the past lour days. Mb Annie Drlukerd of near Miami, was visiting Iriemls In Mar shall several days last week. Mrs. Walter White was called to HlgKliivllUt Sunday to see her n. ther. Mrs. Thrallklll, who was vorj t slch. She returned home Hundn iiluhl, leaving her mother tuticli bet ter. .foe I'ollard's rainlly enjoyed n feast of .lack rabbits one day last week sent them Ironi Kansas bj parcel post by .lest Morgan, a form er Mnrshalllto. Mrs. L. A. Allen and little dnug' (er Wluuirred of Malta llentl pasm' through Marshall Saturday on their way lo Staler lo visit relatives. Mrs. II, (!. Stolberg returned It her' home in Armstrong Saturday af ter spending a few days with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Vawter, here. i Hlehurd C. Horno returned to St, Louis Sunday after a few days' visit with his parents and friends In Mar shall. Mr. Home has secured em ployment with n bonding company In St. Louis. Newton ltedtuau has recovered from his recent Illness, his tunny friends will bo glad to note. W. U. Aulgtir of the county was n' welcome visit' to (he Republican of fice this week. II. J. Koenlg, 10. II. Illaekbur'u I Mr. Hnsomolcr, all of lllackburu re county seat vlsllors Tuesday, "ley (Intnl. u substantial color - of wiHt of Slaler, saya he 'k sou. ' 'v or Slater, route 'or Saturday. 'M Kelm were "Inter Sat- OUR BIG WHITE SALE Closes Saturday, Feb'y 15, M W m m This has been the biggest White Sale we ever had, and hundreds of satisfied customers have taken advantage of it. If YOU havn't been in come Friday and Saturday sure, for we are getting in new goods every day. Our Mr Keller is in New York and is expressing us good things as he buys them, so that even if you have been in before you can't afford to miss the last two days of the sale, for we will have many bargains that you will only see those two days. To give everybody a chance to get something WHITE during this sale that is cheaper than they have bought for years we are going to have for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SUGAR DAYS! Beginning Friday morning we are going to sell, for ,TWO DAYS, 20 pounds beet Granulated Sugar - - $1.00 cane Granulated Sugar - - 1.00 beet Granulated Sugar - - 4.75 cane Granulated Sugar - 4.95 19 100 100 it All other groceries same as last week's prices. m m m m m K HI Hi K9 3 MEAT DEPARTMENT. We know you are getting tired of hog meat and sausage, now for a change, come right to our Meat Department and buy you a' nice, juicy roast, tender steak or a nice FRESH FISH ! We have the promise of our fisherman, at Frankfort, to send us a nice lot of cat fish and buffalo for Friday and Saturday. Every day someone says, "We are getting such nice meat from you. We like that, and our constant endeavor is to "keep the quality up." We buy only the best meat. Come to the Racket where you can buy everything under one roof and save running around town. And remember, we are making BIG REDUC ONS in Men's and Boys' Clothing and in 1 ADIES' READY-TO-WEAR. . - MIMI'A.t -1 ft Ml tWr rv qn I -o, t - -t A i t 4 ZkUT 0D1X37A V3V1 AHUOJIAD .OH At AMAu 03L YAW 'tXAKi HUT" 0r,.0t2 .,.M .VI ,s?sY mJ 0.G5 ,.Vl .V! ,9up-iupudlA MMl , 3 .oZ .noiMhstlO 0Y.IS2-. s ,b.3T .jsllwa 07.IS2 ...xT .rliioW Jto'-J OO.CCS ,.n!A. ,9Ul. -A 00. 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Shemwcli, , " jidny, February 4, ., in. i Ho luul not benn .o tlnio, itfferlnK from . troublo. U died in Mb Atiliaotl, buliig 21 yenrB, .? V'liiiil la.iltjya old. He unitod , M ChrlHtlim church sovoral ',oko, Ho limves bolde his (n nnj( mother, three brothers nnd v,''., ifJ?prH 1,11(1 n !Hinbor of rola .flyerarid frionds to mourn IiIb lie-, )inrture .Fuiierftl.ngrvlpB'wero cbn diicted by nssjv apBpp,nt the CIhIb Jn cjiuroh, WejaneBiljjy oflernoor). nnd burial In tho Arrow melX cnnL KvnnRollst'Goodnlo and singer Profi ' B. H, Hodden aro conducting a reviv al meeting at thn Jr. E. Church at Malta Bend. A mens meeting will bo held Sunday afternoon ,at. 5 o'clock. Tho subject, "Sowing and neaping." These meetings are growing In Inter-) est dally. , W' Miss Helen Campbell will go to Kansas City, Tuesday and will be there for Boveral, days the guest or i- friends. Sho will go to the city espeql."' ' ' V any 10 see Hotuern and Marlowe; MiBB Helen-Duggins went'to kSmSS City to makeher Blster.iMrs.' jWrlgh't -Lloyd an extended visit Uii win ; ' M seelngk-SotMerF audi Marlowe "at W'.'jM 5 V ... .l. .