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NEW KHANFORT
Cecil Jones nnd Miss Ely Hall o(
Slater visited In this neighborhood
Sunday,
Miss Lutlcla Rhondcs of Slater
Hpent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Dies McCormlck.
Mrs. A. D. Ouerln of Higbee spent
a few days of last week with her sis
ter, .Mrs. Otto Ileldenbach.
0. E. Wlllmnlg and family were
guteis of Thos. Hoblnson nnd. wife
Sunday.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. I'hll Relden-
buch, Saturday, Mny 3, n girl.
Lc ' Lol:'-"n n"i fnnillyof 0111-
lam v re In this neighborhood Sun
day. Mi.. V Oiinrln n ' Higbee Is
(he guest o. I. r sotislu, j.r,3 Juaultn
RtY.tr v
i-. .hie SeliJI'i." ; died
nt the iiome uf her daughter, Mrs.
Geo. Ineh'brnekner, Snturday, Mny n,
nt the nge of 78-years. Sho was
born In aertnnny nnd enmo to this
country wjillo quite young. She hnd
lived In New Frankfort nnd vicinity
for n number of years, having moved
there shortly before the Civil war.
Her husband preceded her to the
better world Just ten years, his death
liming occurred May .1, 1 903. She
leaves, two sous, 1'ntil and Charles of
Gilliam, nnd two daughter, Mrs.
Oeo. Iluiipcrt of Gilliam, nnd Mrs.
Ceo. Ihchbruckncr of near New Frank
fort, n number of grandchildren nnd
great - grand children, and many
friends who mourt her loss. Fun
oral services wore conducted nt tho
Kvangcllcnl church or which sho was
a faithful member,! on Monday, Mny
fi nt 10:30. Wc extend our sincere
eympnthy to the sorrowing ones.
it in
Mrs. M.
NELSON i
E. Williams spent' Tues
day in Blackwnter the' guest, of Mrs.
Murll Potter.
Wm, Lauzon, wife and son of Sla
ter spent Sunday with Mrs. LaUzou'e
parents, M. and Mrs. T. 0.' Darn
field. Mr. E. V. Garnett who lias been in
our midst for about a month has re
turned to his home in Pueblo, Colo.
Mrs. Mattle Ireland of Kansas City
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. W.
Mnrr of near here.
Mrs. F. U. Ault was n passenger
to Marshall, Wednesday.
Mrs. Gcrtrudo McCoy and mother,
Mrs. Charles Elgin went to Marshall,
Wednesday on business.
Llnvllle White has nccepted n posi
tion with A. J. Ciuto In the hardware
store.
Mr. Emmctt Caldwell of Hlgglns
vilie has been vllsttng his brother
nnd sister, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mc
Alllster.
Rev. Cottlugham of Knnsns City
has been called by the Christian
church to preach on tho second nnd
fourth-Sundays, and Itev. Clinton
Coi of .Marshall, has been called by
the Presbyterian church to preach on
tho first nnd third Sundnys.
Mr. Tom .Marshall of Illackwntcr,
was here Wednesday on business.
Miss Lily Droylcs of Kunsns City
has been down visiting her pnrenls
here, and friends In Lnmlno for sev
eral days.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy Lotspelch drove
to Pilot Grovo tho first of the week
with Mr. nnd MrB. John Knhrlngcr.
Mr. Lotspelch went to Runreton,
where ho is helping Mr. James
Thompson on the telephone line.
MIbs Lnurn Williams entertained
the 1. 1. E. club Thursday evening.
Misses Ruby McClelland and Lnvlnln
Alexander were guests of honor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ottnwny Howler left
Thursday for Sprlngricld, where- they
Intend residing In the future.
Mrs. W. I). Flnndcrx nnd little
dnitRhtrr, Ruth, left the latter part
of the week for n visit with friends
In Jefferson City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Ilhoades spent
Saturday nnd Sunday tho guests of
LITTLE ROCK.
Uncle Jack Thornton celebrated hi
80th birthday, Sunday, May 4, and
he said ho expected to liva another
80 years.
Mr. Couch of near Morrison. (Ins
cennue up., is iippnuing sovorni uays Mrs. M. B. Williams. land Mrs. Al Ayres spent Abe Hoy Inst
wmi i. au r-muro. uoamco urown enmo in Hnt- Thunmay nt tho homo of UJ Hnynlf
Mtoa Viln n VntYiin nftnr annmlltlf? nnlnv afinrnnnn ntul via It nit
novernl days visiting nt our little city Miss Laura Williams until Sunday
U"
MIAMI
The steamer advance nd barge,
Handy pulled into Miami Saturday
night remaining until the next a. m.
When It started on its way to St.
Louis. '
Ernest Chiswell's school af Hern
don has recently closed and he has
lately visited Miami friends.
Mrs. Geo. liaynlo was hostess on
Wedncsdny to the ladles Aid society
members who planned a surprise to
their president, Mrs. Joo Frank Rur
russ, previous to her leaving them
for a new home. Besides sweet
music nnd conversation elegant re
freshments were served and n beau
tiful gift was presented to Mrs,
Durruss.
Miss Elba Clutterbuck recently ac
companied some relatives ncross the
liver to attend a lnwn party,
Mrs, Cnlllo Utley will visit Miami
friends this week nnd will shortly
leave for her home nt Mounds, Okla
homa. Forest McDanlel spent several dnyt
of last week in St. Louis attending to
dry good purchnrlng.
Miss Delia lllsle Is able to resume
her duties ngnln nt her father's store
after nn absence of n few days last
week. Sho wns not feeling well.
The Electric Vundeville Co. show
ed here last week and departed for
another town.
II. II. Howorker of Slater wns hen.'
the latter part of the week looking
alter his claim hero in Miami.
There was n picnic given on the
.Ino. Durrnss lawn just across the
liver In compliment to Miss Emmn
Uurruss of Cnrrolton, who is soon to
"be a bride.
Miss Emma Parsons Is entertain
ing Mrs. Joe Frank Durrnss this
week beforo she moves to her new
home near Cnrrollton, Mo.
The A. D. Smith property will now
bo n pnrt of tho Stoncr property as
tho latter purchased it to add to his
farm.
Miss Emmn Durrnss, n former
Miami girl came down from Carroll
ton for a short visit to Miami on last
Saturday. She returned Sunday.
('lias. Ulrey, wife and daughter
nnd Mrs. Frank Fisher itnd children
returned to her homo in Minneapolis
Inst Monday evening.
Dr. W. L. Sharp was a Marshall
caller Saturday.
Miss Anna Hoy has been employed
to tench our school this coming year
nnd sher Is considered one or tho best
if not the best lady teacher In Saline.
Walk-Over
The Shoe
For You
Walk
Ova
are worn by men' of
the world who know
the most about good
shoes, the men who
wants real money's
worth in wear and
satisfaction,
Tin's new WALK-OVER
model is one of the
season's favorites.
evening.
Tho entertainment given by the
high hchool nt the Vert's hall on Wed
nesdny night", April 23rd, was repent
ed last Saturday night nt tho same
place. Tho proceeds' will go toward
building u new walkway up to the
school house. . The house wns well
tilled considering tho fact that it wns
the second' time tho program had
been given.
.Mr. Roy Schnudolmyrn and sister
of near Bod.illn nro visiting their
grandparents, Mr. uud Mrs. Riddle of
near hero.
Mr. Lewis Hlnck loft the latter
part of tho week for Iowa, where hn
has uccepted work for tho summer,
whore she had been visiting her sis
ter-in-law, Mrs. Will Burroughs;-Tho
loiter who has been qulto sick for
srrernl weeks Is nblo to be up some
nt present;
Mrs. A. F. Cnnnda returned the-
first pnrt of thowce'k from Marshall,
ttoux Bros.
. MT. LEONARD
Mrs, M. d. Dray returned tho first
of the week after spending" two
weeks with relatives In Springfield,
Mo. ' i
Mr. Frank Taylor and family of
Marshnll visited Sunday with T. S.
Smith nnd family.
Mr. J. A. Whltt and Miss Minnie
Hncklnsmith wero dinner gunsts Sun
day of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Qorrell.
Mr. Pick Houston and wife of
Sweet Springs drovo up Sunday and
spent tho day with tho Inttor'a mo
thor, Mr:. Dowden,
Miss Elizabeth Evrard vUlto.l the
Inttt-r part of Inst week with Mis.
Dr.llls Raker and other friends In the
vicinity.
Tho Mt. Leonard school tnughr by;
Suits And Coats At White's.
Saline County's Most Fashionable
Women Buy There.
They know that here they are given n broader scope for the
exercise of their personal preferences, nnd they realize that the sty
les we show are authentic and correct In every detail.
Every woman quite naturally likes to buy nt n store in whose
word she can place entire confidence, nnd It is because the women
of Saline County know that they can place their faith in every state
ment we make, that this store is l'n-tiiii-Hcniltiui-tei t
Pelng In constant touch with tho style-center of tho country, we
are always the first In Marshnll to show the new style-Ideas. Right
now we are showing suits nnd coats that only lately nrrlved In our
store, nnd that are In tho most recently culvtd fashions. You enn
buy something now at n greatly reduced price. Come nnd see.
All uimiI -kli-N slightly out of lnte $1.00
price J?.".00 tn $10.00. '
ami JJ2.00, former
WH HELL ONLY GOOD
HOSIERY AMI UNDERWEAR
Every woman
I....... t.nl,.M..
III and under
wear w 1 1 h
the expecta
tion of get
ting service
from It, but
many women
arc usually
disappointed.
There's one sure way of avoid
ing disappointment In the pur
chase of your hosiery and un
derwear, and that Is to buy it
nt this store.
Wo hnndle only trustworthy
qualities, and every pair of
stockings and every undergar
ment we sell will give Its pur
chaser the most satisfactory
service. Yet our prices are In
variably moderate.
if
CHARMING NEW
NECKWEAR.
Every woman who has seen
this collection of neckwear has
been enthusiastic oer It! As
o matter of fact, It is one of the
most complete, and by all odds
the nosf attractive gathering
of dainty neckpieces ever seen
in Marshall. If you haven't
seen It, be sure to do so the
next time you're In town.
Rnln Conts, Auto Coats, Auto
Veils. Rain Capes, Renutlful
dresses and appropriate girts
for graduation.
CHILDREN'S
SPRING APPAREL.
We have given a great deal
of consideration to our stocks
of children's wear, and offer
the most complete assortments
ever seen In Mnrslinll. Here are
drc?es, coats and other spring
gnrments for little girls. The
diversity of style Is comprehen
sive and the price range Is
broad. These garments possess
tho charm and winsomoness
that properly belong to child
ren's apparel. Every mother's
daughter In Marshnll should
see them.
THE NEW
1 1 1 :n i h : list ). co its et.s.
Iii models that will give the
figure tho proper shnpo de
manded by the new fashions.
There's n distinct model hero
for every woman. Wo shall be
pleased to show you theso new
Henderson Corsets, nnd to ox
plain their- superiority to you.
Prices l.odrt'o'.-i.oo.
SWEET SPRINGS
Mrs. Willis Smith wns called to
ElDorado Springs on Wednesday on
account of the Illness of her nephew,
Mrs. J. E. Rowland and baby sou
John of Amnrlllo, Texas, nrrlved on
Sunday night of last week nnd are
the guests of Mrs. Rowland's parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. tl. Nelson rrn Mar
shall street.
Mr. J. T. Wilson of tho Wilson Dry-
Goods company, spent sevcrnl days
of Inst week In St. Louis, Inylng in
n stock of dress goads.
Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong and. sou,
nil of Odessa were hem Inst week'
visiting. Mrs. Armstrong's parent
Mr .nnd Mrs. W. M. Weekly.
Mrs. A. S. Humbert has sold her
bouse and lot on Diidger street, south
of the Christian church to Mr. John
Pope, manager of tho Racket Store.
Miss Gem Dlhkly arrived home on
Sunday night of, Inst week, alter n de
lightful visit of ten dnys to -frlendi-In
(miens City uud Topcka. Kansas.
Miss loin Harwood' wus the hostess
of the Prescllln club on Friday after
noon' rif her pretty cottage homo on
the spring grounds. The day being
mild nnd 4plensniit Miss loin enter
tained her guestB with u porch party.
Miss Lavlnia Yerby assisted In enter
taining nnd n delightful afternoon
was spent by nil; fancy work being
much In ovldcuce. (
Mr. L. E. Hopkins of the Sweet
SprlngH Lumber company returned
Inst' Thursday front weMorn New-
York, where ho went too weeks ngo
with IiIh family on u business' trip.
Mr. J. F. Elmer and son, Mr. Ilu
'on Eisner wont to Kansas City on
Tllnr1',-, mtnrnlnr irt nkht, with
iielr handto"" now twiior iiir.
MIjs (oin Kiukley wns ! 'to---.
in FiKuv nl;'.it or a ilvo hu .-'
Marshall, Mo.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
STORE NOTES.
Every new fashion thnr hns
received the approval or accre
dited styloauthoritles Is repre
sented In this collection. The
styles that are most becoming
nnd most suitable to YOU are
here The perfect' tailoring and
graceful lit of these garments,
coupled with their high-quality
materials, serves to accentuate
their aristocratic nppenrnncc,
nnd to place them In a class nil
by themselves, head and shoul
ders above others.
WEDSTElt M. WHITE
Clll'RCII NOTES
The subject for the 1 1 a. tit . ser
vice nt me Christian Science hull
v.ill bo on, "Adam and Fallen Mini."
Rev. Dr. Thomas Vomer Moore o.
the Presbyterian Theological Semin
ary of San Francisco, California, will
hold ii conference with tliu minister
la) AllidtMi'tH of M. V. ('., Sunday, also
he will speak Sunday evening In the
Odell Presbyterian church.
Mother's Day will be observed at
Mt. Olive next Sunday, May 11
Everyone Is cordially invited to this
service and the mothers are especial
ly urged to bo present. Each one that
end will please wear a white flower
of some kind lu honor of mothers.
Sunday, May II, Is Mother's' day
and will he llttlugly olwcrved by the
Murshnll churches.
Rev. Wilson of Slater will prench
Mt. lloreb church near Norton, Sun
day, Mny 11 at 11 n. m.
SLATER.
.Miss Dimii Roberson of Harrison-
was here to attend the
Doc Williams last Thurs-
l'..s, Mo.,
Mineral of
day.
Mrs. J. M. Leisure visited relative
and friends In Marshall, Friday.
Mrs. Oscar I loving of Sharon was
shopping In town Saturday.
Mr. uud Mrs. Tom Kobci'bou of!
Good Hope wen1 on our streets Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Drown of
Oreurvllle wore Slater visitors Snt
urday. Mrs. O. P. Neir nnd daughter. .Miss
Ireim oi Orearville were on our
snoots Saturday.
Mrs. C. A. Lowery uud daughter.
MUk Mny and Mrs. L. L. Lowi-ry of
Oreurvllle wer Slater visitors lnt
Saturday
Mr. uud Mrs. Wlber Dales are the
proud parents of n flue baby Klrl
which inndo her appearance Sunday
nicrnlng.
COINTV HIGHWAY HOARD
In compliance with an t of the
general assembly of tho State of Mis
souri, approved April IT, 1C.3, the
Saline county court" at It May term
now In session appointed u county
highway board.
Thu folowing gentlemen composed
tho board: R. F. Drockway. Arrow
Rock; Sherman P. Huston, Maltu
Dend; June K. King, Marshall:
Frank Lutlmer, the county highway
engineer is an ex-offlclo member.
There Is one of these boards In
every county In tho state uud they
with the stale engineer seloct tlm
nioxt practical road from the county
sent to the county seats of adjoining
counties or other large town or cities
In the border county of the edJoluliiR
state. The purpose being to select a
system of county n'ht connecting
roads between nil county seats In the
ftnte, said road to be known ns coun
ty seat highways.
It shall he the duty of the countv
Tho Drothorhood of tho First Pre!1
hyfeiian church' will meet next Thurs. Davis
day evening. There will bo no ban
quet jiut refreshments will be served
by tho ladles of the Sadie Ditcklnnd
Mlsilonury Society.
MARSHALL
ii
Miss Lee Lawless of Arrow Rock
closed Friday afternoon at flvo thirty , ,jre-' orty
In tho nftomoon the children, par-; c,n. .7, T.. Weib f
oiUh and friends gut'.iored In a grove lonuoiiy f' ! P,.:!"'".'
south of town and a picnic mppor fv several d'-s !- wink
was (iijoyed by all. Tho pupils pre-. ir. ami vni. j. l. no
wi.s h:o
- ADVERTISED LETTERS
Lelt,en iildressi'd to tho persons
named below remain uncalled for at
the Marshall, Mo. Post Office, May 7.
1913. If not called for within two
vreks thoy'wlll bo sent to tho dead
letter offlco at. Washington, D. C.
board to let by contract nnd to hnvo
Miss Vloln Auer of Marshal! spent drngged the county scat highway ,
Monday with her sinter, Mrs. Perry ' their countv.
$15 per annum for each mile of
.las A.
Add .
n.
Real Estate Trit infers
Ettle O. (Ireclnn, et al to
DIckBon, lot I, blk, Eng.
Marshnll, Mo., $400.00. ,
Win. Hnynlo and wife to Allen
f-'mlth aero in -ri2-2, $S.".O0.
Allen D. Smith and wife to hd
ward Stone and wlfo acre less 12
feot S-32-21, $100.00.
Milton J. GUI to Jus
road In each county has been nppro-
I printed from the general state road
i fund for the purpose of dragging or
i betterment of these county seat high
ways. The county boards serve with.
out compensation.
With the advent of spring tlm
number of suicides in St. Petersburg.
Russia, has reached n dally average
p-tred a fow songs, which was enjoy- jnBt Mondny to the neighborhood!, Mr, J. H. Collins,
R. Martin, of about ten.
SO acres In 20-10-23, $r,000.00. Ject poverty,
Most are duo to ab
ed by tho number pcesent.
MrB. George Bron'. of Sednlla Is a
guest this week of her parents, Mt.
nnd Mrs. James Welsh.
Mrs. S. Dowdon I? improvlns her
resldonci? this week by painting, re
moving fencos and etc.
JESTER.
"Miss Etholono Scott Is our teacher
for tho next torm of school,
Mrs. J. W. Cnldwall and children
spent a few dayn In tho neighborhood
Inst weok,
Tho farmers was proud' to seo the
rnln Sunday for it yaB sure needed
Harry Caldwnll spout Thursday
ntght with Obfid , Noble.
Dettlnh Frances Martin spont Bai
urday night v!fh Mr, and Mrfl. Tom
LeutCB.
of Mt. Ollvo church to visit Mrs. Gog-' Mr. Georgo H. Conor, urunu in
gin's sister, Mr. Ruck. From thnfe Prest
they went to Marshall and remained
for n vlim of several nays.
, GLENWOOD. 1
Mr. nnd Mvb. 1. J. llolden vlsfted
Mr. Henry Mayes and family Suildny.
Miss Ella Lemlor nnd Mrs. Sophia
Rennltt, who havo boon visiting their
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry LanUor
for a fow weeks, loft Wednesday;
Tho former for Sedalln and tho lotto?
for St. Louts
Miss Hnunnb Kurt?: and brother,
Charley visited nt Mr. Henry L'O.nil'er
Sunday uftomoon. v-.
' Miss Martha Kurtz called at Ro
bert Coiinor'B, Thursday a,fternooi,
Mr, and Mrs, Ottls Snllor visited.
their uncle nnd family Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy Flnloy.
Miss Pearl Hamilton.
Mr. John R. Kellogg.
Mr. I.nyi McKee.
Mr. W. Young.
Mr Allon Wesl.ey,
Mr. L, Wohl. .
l'W. VANDYKE. P. M.
CIRCUIT COl'UT
Judo Snm'l Davis nnd tlu attor
neys of the Sallno county bar have
decided to request that the Jury om-
pannellod for tho May term of circuit
court, which convoues May 12. be not
summoned. This Is dono for tho rea
son that 20 out of tho 24 men om
panelled are farmers, and nro very
busy at thlo season of th? year.
iiWWWWIWWWS
cow
Alfalfa,
Millet,
Timothy,
PEAS,
Seed Corn,
Cane,
Rape,
Cotton Seed, Cake and Meal
LEONARD SEED CO.,
MARSHALL, MO.
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