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I'AOK SIX
MAK-SIIAI.L UIHTIIt.KUN
TIIL'HHDAY, OCTOUKIHJil, Witt.
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Local Items
I I 1 I I 1 1
Wo lime nrv lint In purples nnd
tilinx, KM V M. ch.utki:
Mm. W II. Godnmn of west Mar
r) nil, visited old friends nnd relative)!
In St, I .on Is Inst week.
Home new nobby lints to lo found
at KM A .M. m.UTIiHS. Cast' of
l'nnucr'n Sating llnnk.
ilcv J T. ItBcon nnd wire were
guests of the former's brother, C. H.
Ilncon nnd family this week.
Mrs. 3. . Grime nml granddaugh
tcr, litis ltuth Uodman of Marshall,
lilted i:. 1'. Crimea and family 8atur
dny nud Hutidny.
Hiv. .1. V. Mitchell nnd ul.'u le't
Inst week for lluncoton, their Inline In
the future. The fnmlly have Leon
resident of Marshall over SO years.
Mm I. M. Kreneh of Nnptnn made
her sister. Mrs. W. II. Oodmnn n short
Visit, while up In the neighborhood,
lnut week.
0. II Fuller, w ife nnd son, I'lnvet,
of Ohlrngo, vHtt this week. Dr. tmd
Mrs. Pints Anderion. 123 X. Jeffer
bon. Mr ntid Mr. I. I.. Terrell nnd MIm
Florence Terrell departed Mundny for
Kaxlo l.nke, Texcu, niter nn extended
visit In this city.
.Mr nud Mrs. I' ted Anderson of
Mnltn llend were turning llin largo
number here Saturday from thu wes
tern port of the county.
.Mrs I.. M. French of Nupton went
to .Ml. lonnrd Friday to attend the
tinchum meeting, the teacher of thnt
plucu h her nephew, C. I.. Crime.
Columbus .lonos moved Inst Monday
from his fiirni near Mliitnl to Mar
hall, where he will reside this winter.
I), I). Hugging attended circuit court
u LQxInKtou this weok.
The mcmbera of the Christian
church nnd Sunday school will, enjoy
n btnkot inipper In the hmeintiut of
tlni churrh Friday evening, October
1 at C o'clock.
Mr mid Mrs. II. I". HturglH return
ed from tliulr wedding trit to Cam
eron nud Kntiwih City Saturday nud
.Mr Hlttrgls went out on hi rogulnr
liukluess trip Monday.
(loorpe . Crockett nnd hrld.i o'
two weeks, returned Tuiiday I rem
tl cir v eddlnn M nud are nt tun
km of the croom's parent. Mr. aid
"Mr. l ' Crockett. -I3S W. Yorby.
' fdr the prelent.
L. K. I'wodlck, tlil'i week, mid the
property cn lllxhlnud. known ns tho
DcfJurmo property, to Clayton I.nm
kin, consideration, $1,300. The pro
perty was owned by M. F. Sweeney.
A. M. Keller and M. I.. Montague
have hud a number of men with tcanw
under their supervision working tho
Halt Fork Mill on the Arrow Hod:
road. Bomo very effective work has
been accompllHhed.
Mrti W. A. Thomas and children
Hiid Mr? I.lo)d Snow and llttlu dau
Cluer. Alta. drove from Knnaan City
Bunday, a week, to vUlt tholr ynrcnui,
Mr, nnd Mrs. J. L. HcheU and family,
I31S 8, Olson.
You will find hnt nt very nttrar
the prlcei nt KM A .M. qiLUTKKfi.
Clarence Kleffer of tho Miami vie!
nlty waa In the county seat Saturday.
W. M. Doyle of nidgo Pralrlo will
have a public fcalo November 1
C, C. Campbell, ft popular bachelor
of tho llluu Lick neighborhood, made
us hla annual visit Saturday
Azo Potter 'will hold his annual
stock sain at his fnrm Just north of
tho city Tuesday, November 4,
l
Carl Cox, formerly of Saline, tins
moved back to Phoenix, Ariz., from
Cnmp Verde, Orlr, whore ho hni boon
the past summer.
Mrs. John (llbbs and Mm. J. 1..
Klmmagc or Glasgow worn among the
ladled from u distance tthopplng here
Thursday.
I'd, I'cmborton, manager of tho P.
II, Hen Implement, made a trip Inst
week to South iletid, lnd In tho In
teicil of thu firm.
Mrs. Prank Hunts of Liberty Is tin
attest of her mother, Mrs, Yniighnt
at Slater. Her Mamhnll frletidn will
bo glad to know that ahe In In Siilluo.
Jocph 9. Denny of Muskogee, Okln
U n visitor In Mumhnll the guest ol
lU mother, Mrs. Aleck Denny at the
Altl'ouso home on Uust North Klreel.
Mrs. II. I. HlosEer nnd daughter,
Miss Myrl of .Malta llend wero vhltori.
In Iho county scat Saturday. Mrs.
Claud (linildln of thu county went ol
the city, waa also here.
Mrs, Carroll Logsdon of lllnckburn
and Mhw Georgia Kotoftton, Slater
wero shopping here Saturday. Tho
tattor I n grndttnti! of M. V. C who
!h teachim; nt Blntor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Parent of
Tulsa, Okla., spent several ilayn here
the past wrolt with 'id friends. Mr.
Parent saya their city Is boumlui; nud
conditions are i;ood.
Mrs. Klwood IVay and children ol
Clackwater, who wore tho guests ol
Mr. nud Mm. lien t'rny on Hodman
avunun last week returned to their
homo Sunday mornlni;.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. K. Aell ofj
Norton, a 11-pound Rlrl, October 10,
IMS. The baby cud mother arc
well.
Uooiic'h I,lek Hontl MnrkciH.
Tho Marshall D. A. It. chapter h
In receipt of an Invltatloji to ntttnt'
tho dedication ceremonies of tlu
Hoonc's Lick Iluad markers, which
Wjll'ttke place this week ns follows:
Monday, October 20, St, Louis and
torintyj Tuesday 21, St. Charles and
warren counties; Wednesday 22,
MontRomery county; tho 23 Callawny
county; 24 Iloono county; 2f How
ard county. These ccrctnonleit are un
der tho auslilcea of the nppolutcsa of
tho (lovcrnor, tho Daughters of the
American Revolution, Tho llnouo'r
Lick Road county committee, thu ad
visory commltten and the city, town
and county officials.
f'XMWOOl)
.Mm. J. II. Davlti and Kdna Arnold
ppent from Friday until Monday with
friends In Slater.
Mm. Kcbccca Davis Is spending a
cotiplo of weuka In Kansas City.
C. S. Loar nnd wife rettmtcd Fr'-
(ley from a visit to relatives near
lleamou.
A. P Henner returned from S.-dnlla
jTliursday inornliiR,
J. U. Davis orient Sunday with L. S
James and wife.
Mrs. A. P. Iteagcr and daughter,
Miss Frances spent Wednesday of last
week with Mrs. .1. W. Forbes.
Mr. and Mrs, Krncst Klrehoff iJ
Sunday at Kd. Klrchoffs.
Mrs, Hoy Davis went to Pueblo.
Colo., to accompany her mother, Mm
Carson home. Mm. Cnmon Imu been
there for the past elnht weeks trylnr
to rcKaln her health, which has not
been so good nt formerly.
(Irani Torr"ll returned Friday nlglit
rom n visit In Hollcvllle, IU:, and l
Louis.
Mr. Coulter, who weru Kolng to
entertain tho Sunday school Friday
evening, dostded to wait until the
weather and roads wero better.
Mr, and Mm. A. P. llcaisor visited
I). M. Potto nud wife Sunday uftcr
t.oon.
Tho well drill whl:h Sam Fulkerson
Iirs In operation nt Pnte Fulkerson
bemnie fastened at the dlfitatico n'
431' feet down In the ground. Mr
Fulkerson had an oxpert working on
the drill the first of the week.
Mm. II. K. Kennedy, lster of Mm.
J. T. Phelau and daughter, Kllon,
trio of IiIhIio, hut now of KnttHnn City,
vhlted hero this wek. Mr. Kennedy
nyrnt over Sunday here.
A. A. (IrlmeH, mnnnjer of tho Urok-
en Dollar Store, went to St. I.oiiIk
Tuesday, to purchase goods for his
Marshall and Lexington stores, lie
will return Friday.
Mian Kddorf, the hoad trimmer nt
Ml is Mabel Smlth'n millinery en-
tubllshtnent, was called to Chicago
last Saturday on account of the death
of her mice.
J. I'. Huston returned last v.'cek
fiom Iloaton, Mass,; Washington, 1).
C: New Vork City nud other eastern
polntii, also nttcudlut; the National
llnukers convention at llostou.
.Mm. M Initio Wlngfleld who was n
former landlady ut the old hotel
Hurt, now the Huff, In this city, and
sou, Wallace, of Seattle, Waoh., are
visiting (rlctids hero.
Tho annual reunion of tho Hall
funiily was held last Saturday, Octo
ber IK at the home of Dr. John H
Hall. About fifty members of tho
representing
I
BOYS' VTitAuoon CLOTHES
It Is CamniMily'Agreeil i
AMONG
I Mothers of good taste wlho know
the value of Bos' Clothingr-that
XTRAGQQD
represents a perfect combination
of style, quality and value.
You will often hear mothers
Martin HurrlH of Oklahoma a far
i ter citizen of Saline Is In tho county
tho guest of hlK daughter, Mm. Willi family wero present,
Hiuel nnd fnmlly at their homo .var'thrcu generations.
Nilron. Mr. Harris wait In Marshall
Wednetday attending to business.
W. 1". llauer sent uh hla renewal
from Uolse, Idaho, Inst week, and said
in tho letter that they wore having
8 WM'iT !f"- h(3i cr0"8
iUUy nlf JtaiVtho prune
crop wnw not m largo as last year, but
prices wero much better.:
I'll'" t ' .
Mrs. Hen Dickson of Seattle, Wash
ington returned home Monday morn
ing after a several mouths visit to her
wrtor, Mrs. Chas. W. Marsh of tho Mt.
Ollvo vicinity, and brother, C. C,
Uiirnctt of outheart of town. Sbo
was also the guesi boloro leaving of
Mrs. Henry Kchnnz.
,l.:f. S tl
Hon.
fiteuhfias of Columbia.
chairman of th stato ltollitilldlriK
cbmniluslorfi mado a idfi- Inte'rcstlitc
addre? Friday aftor,ido at tho ljlk'a
club room, iofdro tw 'Marshall D, A.
It. chapter. Ills uddresa was for thu
purpose of arousing Interest In mural
decorations for tho now capitol build-lug.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Dnvo Andernou of
routo 3, departed Tuesday for Excel
sior Springs, Mo., where they will bo
located Indefinitely, Mrs. Andorson'n
Health has not poen good lately, so
they thought It best to, quit farmini;
and recently had a public sale at their.
farm.
A new furnace haa been Installed at
0 W, Johntiton'ti east side storo.
Mr, nnd Mrs. C. W. Parent, former
cltlzciiH of tho county, but know of
Tulsa, Okln., who have been visiting,
(nanus here departed Tuesuny tor
Louis, whore they will visit.'' ,
Tho Hank of Salluo placed a largo
pivornmcnt barometer and thermomc
tor on the north hide of their building
tho first of tho week. This makee
two government harometors In the
city tho oue at the eoltego aud tho
now ono.
Mrs. .1. F. Wilkinson of Allendale
Mo., was tho guest tho past week o'
formor Marshall frlenda: Mrs. aVn
dbgrllrMm, T, itfHrown and at tiie
Colony. nija says tnoy.-imd n.gooa
year at Allondale anil litres their new
homo. ( ,k
lister Llndsoy'a new theatre will
bo open for business by Monday. Mr
Llndsey who has neon working no
hard to get the building on South
Lafayotto finished this week, wan tak
en ill Wednesday morning anil' was
unable to bo up town.
J. M. Oriffln returned last week
from Marfa, Texas, whoro ho ownr
SCO acres of land, Ho says every
thing Is flno down thero and his land
Im lmnpnilni In vnlllA wanMlu lln
We resrel to lose this good- " "l
t m liar fn llin maii kill linnn Us 1 v
A I,n.tll, ..Hi In.nrniwr.nlil.l ,0Ca, mS"'
Andrt,on's health will Improve rapid
"3yat KxceJilor. ' i
Patrouli our advs'rtiBrs,
entering our store express
surprise at the prevailing
low prices. Yet they know
XtragooD suits are genu
inely worthy. A great many
who really know good
clothing, haVegbetol taMrtga
advantage of this opportu
nity to get superbly excel
ient suits at unusually mod
erate ppces. All these
suits are splendid illustra
tions oOhcj- siip,0rioisit3pjof
the style fit, .gulid
fabric of the clothes you
get here.
SPECIAL OFFER AT
$3.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $7.50
and $10.00.
LtVHE-
'MAR&HALI, MISSOTJUr
HL'MAII TOWN
Mr, and Mm. Floyd Jones spent-
Sunday at tho homo of tha former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, 0. Jonos.
Mrs. Haxul Keohart and Mm. Corn
Kcohnrt wero guests Monday after
noon of Mm. A. J. Honegnr.
Mr, Thos. Zlmniurmnii and eon, T.
H hnro returned homo after sovoral
weeks visit nith friends and relatives
)n Crlpplo Crcok, Colo.
Mlflsea Qladys and Leah Wood
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Travorso Drown near Slater,
Miss Amelia Keohart returned
homo Sunday after a wcok's visit with
Miss Allca Kobb of Ht. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hcncgnr aud
daughter, Mlsn Vera; Mlsnos Ora
Mnrksbury and -Leah Wood motored
to Halt Springs Sunday In tho Hone-
gar car. Thoy wero guests whlK
thero of Mr. and Mm. Adolph Hans
berger.
Mcssm Geo. Twilling and Uosj
Jonos spent ncvornl days In Kansas
City lait week.
Messrs Twilling and Donn nml
wlvos attended tho fair at Hprlnsflcld
from Thursdny until Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hedges and
diughtcr, Miss Mary wero guosta Sun
day afternoon of Mr. Thos Zimmer
man and family.
Mr, nnd Mrs. J. H. Keohart nnc Mr,
and Mrs. Amel Kechart motored to
Nelson Saturday In thoKcxhart mach
ine and wero guunln while thero of
Mr, and Mrs. Levi Smith, they return
ed homo Sunday.
Mhs IMtth Jones called on tho
MIskch Wood Monday nttornoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllhctm opent Sun
day nltunioou with Mr. and Mm, (1.
It Deal.
Mr. Kugcuo Hickman mado li In utt-
uol trip Sunday.
Mr. (His Undo rattnuded tho stock
show In Kansas City laat week.
Try an advertisement In tho Dally
nnd Weekly Dcmocrat-Nows,
Attended Hog Hnlc nt LnWMin.
Judgo T. W. King of tho county
west of. Murshall Is lit tho city for a
few diys. Ho went to Lawson uoar
Kansas City Saturday to attenh a hog
nnlo at which ho niudo ono purchaso.
Tho Judgo upent Sunday at Kxcolslor
and bad tho pleasuro of hearing Ills
hop HcndrK preach.
Get YOUR
Money's Worth
AT
Ed. F. West's
Mcn'a flannel shirts, ,98c, $1.25, $1.50 nnd $1,95
Small Kufjs. . . .98c, $1'39, $1.50, $1,98,
$2.25, $298, $3.50 antl$3.98
Axminster' untl Biglow makes. . "
Men's sample hnts $1.50 to $2.50, now 98c
Children's school dresses, ,50c, 75c, 98c,
$1.25, $1.49 and $1.98
Children's serge drcisco '$2.98
Ladies serge dresses.... $6.00
Ladies' corduroy dresses $7.00 ind $7.50
Bear skin coats, 3 to G $1.98
18 inch galvanized hod ' 35c
2 qt. rice boiler, granite 35c
Lap robes, rubber one tide $2,98
Lap robes, full plush $7.50 to$12.0
EDDIE
WON'T
LIE 2 U.
! Ed. f. WEST
Trade hero
or wo both
lose 1
Marshall, Missouri
The Indl.MpeuNiililo Mulo.
Tho niulu Is a distinct neparntu
si eclea of quadruped. Nu process ol
Icviiopmunt produced this useful
worker, llu Is a hybrid u crosu be
tween u Jack and u mnro of thu
horbe tribe. So far naturo lu courto
ouu ujid gives un the mule,, hut bo-
yoml thul she will not go. No hnrso
or mnro mulo can multiply Its kind,
ho they must lmvo been created for
some purpose. Tho mule In destine
tlvely a fnrmor'a beast of labor. They
ccniiot ho. had in Huffklcnt tiumbom
to do tho work tit "tllo Vtiltod Stutos.
Thu honest toll ho, Klvps.inado poss
ible thu cultivation or iiiuuh, mining
and thousands of other purpoHes nnd
umong these aro many uses tho mulo
Is put to that no other nnlmul could
bo URod. In mining and nrmy uses
thu mule Is put to that which no oth
er benst could begin to do,
Tho mulo knows morn In five mill-
utea than a homo could leant lu five
Like n homo, thu mulo must ho
kept In place, 'if tho mulu gctH to ho
bosn It Is nil up with the driver; but
you do not linvo to nbuco him to bo
boss. Mules Instinctively avoid nil
holes and dansoroiia places. A team
of runiiway tnulon genoraly run tnpro
for tho sport man rrom jrigiu nun
they generally nlwayfl stop before any
danger H done. Somo pooplo think
Just Jjocauno ho Is a mulo ho enn bu
beaten nnrt 111 treated In every way
tmd it makos no difference.
A mulo will respond to pood treat
ment Jusl tho Biimo as n horso, and
thowunst of them llko to ho petted.
Hairof tho tiorvorHlty of temper for
poor handling whnn ureakiug wi or
after.wardst;ifor; onco ijiutngonUbd, a
mulo la" 'fomnrkabl'y sot'lMhor Mnyji,
Thomarkodt variations Jn tholr cirnr-
nciers in US wiuu ua iiiuau uiuuiik iitun
AUise, nnd 0. I'. Cross of Knnsan City
'an chosen as brigadier general of the
Western. Division.
At tlKTsestjIon Wednesday soveral
resolutions recommended by the
Hesolutlon Commlttco wero passed.
ho reunion went on record by resolu
tion nu favoring Denver, Colo., ns the
plnco of meeting for tho national
convention to ho hold lu lUlfil An
other resolution was passed fnvorlns
tho adoption of tho Oottysburg Peace
Memorial association. The report ol
the Confedornto Homo nt Hlgglim
vllle, presented by J. "W. Hnlllliur
ton, nhowod that tho homo Is lu tin
list of condition.
Tho placo of meeting for next
)car will bo decided by tho three gen.
rials commanding. It Is n custom
that thu plnco 6f meeting, If pusslblo.
nhnll bo at the home of tho major
geuernt, and lu that case tho reunion
DOWNING CLOTH ING CO.
.rii
7.
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CONKEDI2HATI1 VIJTlinANS
fioncrnl Molso of Ht. 1iuln, KIcctcd
Major General For EnsulnR
. Voar. i
LiunttTY. Mo.. Oct. Ki. At the
tflnaltbusiB(5fB' eesAorf'.Ptirhe TTnlted
. fi'i.: .....'iJu
uonreuoraio v')rlns rouniQii;nicn
lias coon m eession noroiwo uayn
Qeneral M, Welbourno Molao of St
Louis was elected major gonoral for
tho ensulnir year, commanding the
Missouri Division, U.!V, C. Ho wan
elected by acclamation,
For tho paBt yearjaon, MoIbo liar
beon brigadier general of tho Eantern
Division of Missouri, Ho nervod dur
Injt tho civil war until April 9, 186G
hen bo wan paroled, as first llouten
apt,, commanding Companies D. anc
Ubiw nbw?pract(clp'g inwA-
J. A. Wood of Fayet,t wasi elacte'
unanlm6usly as- brls4lor gnr.eral o1
.Ji9 KMtfra Division (-to iUCBred.Gtl
will bo held next year lu Ht. Louis.
MIHH I.ONd IIUHT UV HOIWn
i:.lK.ctN to Compete In All hut Tan
ilem ClnNi Hero, However.
KANSAS UITV, Mo Oct. Si.
Mlsn I.uln Long, horse-iihow exhibi
tor, nufforcd two broken uone'a In
her loft hand tpday whllo trying out
n nnw Jumping horse.
Tho Injury will provcnt.llss Unix
from riding any, of hor hosfu,, oltber
hi tho Knnsas City homo show', or ht
thu coming shows In at. Louis and
Now York.
Hho oipoctn, howover, to be nblov
drive lu nil except tho tHtidom clnsn,
That fight against shlugleH hi be
coming norloun, b'nthor may have to
find Homdthlng new to uso on Johny.
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AHA! SOME STOVE, THIS!
NOT AT ALL SURPRISING - IT'S A ROUND OAK
GO TO
l tl . Jfo ult . ll
Saline's Greatest HbtisS
Furnishing Store
FOR
RELIABLE GOODS!
House FurniihmK with a.ReRuttiom
iritmri oak: ratrrSii ; $Vik
..ut,
KOmp OAK toATEgSf!
MAJESTIC RANGES
HOOSIER Kitchen Cabinet
SEELY MATTRESSES,
BIjGLOW RUGS, Etc.,JEtc.
W Sell Goods With A Reputation.
Marshall,
Missouri
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