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voltjme twknty-tiirkk. NUMIIKH 8. 'MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY MISSOURI Kill DA V, FKHHUARY 1, HIM. t r 1 1 i it 1 5v ' DEATHS WM. T. HEARD. Died, at Ills homo on East 13th St. Scdalla, Mo., Saturday, February 7, at 10 o'clock, Mr. William T. Heard, of apoplexy of tho brain, aged f3 years 8 niontliK. Ho was born at Farmington, St. Franclsc county, Mo., In. 18G0, but camo to Camden county with IiIh father when hd vob small. Ho re mained thoro bo mo tlmo and was mar ried to MIsb Maudy Jenkins. ' Two children wero bom to this union, one dying In Infancy. Ho then came to Balino county and married Miss Fnnnlo Stephenson, his present wife. To this union nine children survive, four being dead, nl- so a son, Henry, by ins nrsi who. Tho rolatlves present ul tho tuner nl wero his daughters, Mrn. K. L Saunders of Smlthton, Mm, I), Rrlsk- ell of Sweet Springs and Mrs. E. Lay- no of Sedalla, Mr. and Mrs. F. V Heard of Marshall, Mo.; Mr. O. W. Rtonhanson. Sweet Springs and Mr. nnd Mrs. E, T. Mulllncaux. Funeral sarvlccs wero conducted nt tho resldcnco on acocunt of his wife's IllncM. Hurlal at Smlthton to mo tory. Wo extend our heart felt sym pathy to tho bereft ones. Dearest father, thou hast laft us, And your loss wo deeply feel; Hut tls Clod who hast bereft us, Ho wilt nil our sorrows heal. A RELATIVE. died. Irono, tho little C-ycar-old dough tor of Mr. und Mrs. Dudley Davis, died In Slater on February Cth aftor a weeks Illness of pneumonia. Shu was a Hwoet llttlu girl nnd was loved by all who know her and wuh a groat pot of tho homo of which Mho will bo groatly missed. Sho Is survlvod by father nnd mother, four brothers and oiio sister. Wo extend sympathy to tho hurcavod parents in their sorrow. In Meumory A proclpus ono from us has gone A llttla volco wo loved is stilled. Yes, a placo is vt.jnnt lit o'm! homo Yob, llltlo Ireno Is gono Qod In his wisdom has rocallod Tho Udon his love had given And though her body slumbors hero bolow Her soul Is safo In Heaven, A FRIEND OF TIIF. FAMILY. AD WOOD DEAD. Mr. At Wood, who died nt his homo in Urccloy, Colorado, tho later part of last week, was u brothor-ln-luw of Mrs. Nannie Moffutt or this city. Tho remains wero brought to Lamont, l'ottls county, for Interment mid tho burial took placo last Sunday after noon. Tho children who attended tho fun eral woro L. L. Wood of Clroeloy, Dr. V. V. Wocd of St. Louis, Mrs. Deltrel of Corslcannn, Toxas und Miss Dora Wood of Oklahoma City. They all camo to Marshall after tho funeral for a visit to their rclatlvos, Mrs Moffott, Mrs. Lllllo Ryan and Mrs Frank Hlghtahoo. Dr. Wood loft for St. Louis, whoro ho Is a physician at tho Frisco hospital, and L. L..Wood loft Wednesday for Oreeloy. Mies Wood and Mrs. Deltzcl will bo horo sovoral days longer. The deceased father was tho son of tho lato Clifton Wood, a former pres ident of tho 1st National Hank at Sodalla. MJW. JOHN SINNI-JTT. Mrs. John 8lnnott,dlod,t,bpr.:liomo near 8ator Monday nlght,'after an Hl noss of liver troublo for about six woeks. Funeral services woro hold Wednesday at tho homo by Ilovorond I Mitchell and tho remains brought to tho City cemotory for burial. Slator Rustler. CAW) OF THANKS. To the many friends who sympa thized, assisted and comforted uu during the lllnoss and at tho tlmo of tho death of our dearly beloved hus band and (other, John Flschor, -wo oxtond our heart felt thanks, may Qod glvo all of you such slncoro fri ends lu your sad hours . MRS, MARY FISCHER nnd FAMILY. MARTHA hVCAH (COL.) Martha Lucas (col.) 7 3-y ears-old, died Monday in this city at 0 a. m, Burial took placo Wednesday at Finis Crook coraotory. Martin Diorker nnd 'family have moved from Mt. Leonard to Sweet Springs, R. i. EXPLOSION OI-- ACETYLENE Very fortunately, W. II, Mulllns, four miles cast of town, has tho acetylene plant which furnishes light for his residence housed In a cellar under n building apart from his house nnd still more fortunately, no flro followed tho explosion of gas that had escaped from tho generator Into tho collar Frldr-y night. Mr. Mulllns went to tho cellar at an early bed tlmo to adjust tho gen- orator. Ho took a lantnrn which ho took titc precaution to Ieava at tho head of tho steps Just Inside of tho . i storm door. Ho thon went down to tho tank and madu tho adjustment. Soma Impulse caused him to hurry out of tho cellar and an ho stooped to pick up tho lantern, an explosion oc Cur red with n report of u slxpound minion. The storm door was blown off ,lH hn(aiM UJ Mr MuWm folow. ed It nut Into tho yard, his hair and eyebrows singed nnd his coat spill down tho back from top to bottom. Not Injured but dazed ho found his way to tho house and called Ueorgo Mulllns by phono, fully expecting to havo to fight fire. When lie camo, they examined tho collnr which show ed that tho damago was confined to blowing out of ono end of tho collar- house, tho wrecking of tho celling of tliu cellar nnd tho floor of tho build ing noovc. Glass anil debris wore blown with coniilderablo violence against the windows of tho residence, tho generator Itself was not Injured and It woh In uso again tho next night to furnish lights for tho house. It Is probable that gas had accumu lated In tho upper part of tho cellar and that It followed the movements of Mr. Mulllns when ho camo out thus coming In contact with tho light of the lantern. Tho lantern was found nt tho foot of tho stnlrs unbroken. Miami Nown KANHAH CITY MARKET. Furnished ,y tho Mono ImuI Milling Company, February Jl. Opened WHEAT - Closed Opened yesterday May 87 83 81 07 00 04 87 83 83 07 00 01 U 87 July . ... 8314 83 07 00 01 Sopt . . . , CURN- May July .... Sept . . . , Homo Market. No. 3 -Wheat .-, 8f!c Corn . o,"e POULTRY MARKET. Hens ' ,a, 11 Springs II hggs ; . . ,20 TurkoyB ic Ducks 00 flooso 08 Old roosters Ofi Pocking butter id UNCALLED FOIt LETTERS. Ilumalulng in tho Marshall, Mo, post offlco, February 11th, 1014. If not coifed for In two weeks will be scut to tho dead letter offlco at Wash Ington, D. C: Ladles llrowstor, Miss Mavis Vir ginia; Simmons, Miss Effu; Whcelor, Mrs. Mary. uoniiomon Otis and Jack caro Annie Dell; Ducol, L. 12,; Myers, Ed- mon; Iluckcr, William; Wright, W. A. C. B. HACON, P. M, SHOT TIIHOUnil WINDOW. Whllo preparing to go out with his wlfo and daughtor last Saturday night about 7; 30, Judgo Denton usslst, supt, of tho confederato homo at lllcglnsvlllo had' narrow escape. While standing in his room a bullet - ,1 camo, -crashing through tho soutl window and burled itself in tho wall just abovo his head, Mrs. Donton had been standing, whero tho bullet would havo struck hor, had it been (ired n few mom- ents Boonor, This madilt appear that if tho shooting was at Judgo Ronton, tho ono firing tho bullet waited for her to got out of tho way. The HlgRlnsvlllo Jofforsonlan how ever says that tho Rontons Incllno Jo tho theory that it was n stray shot, probably flrod at a dog. Thoro had been a good many dogs In tho neigh bornood, which had been vory an noying nnd it Is thought maybo the bullet was Intended for a dog, Tho Kansas City Star boy, who do- llvorng his papors and heard tho shot, und says ho Is sura it came from tho ulloy about 100 foot from the window, it went through Judgo Denton thinks It must have been a stray shot as ho has no one mica. W. R. Maness and family have moved from Sweet Springs to Sedalla. PUBLIC SALES ARE NUMEROUS Walter It. linker will hold a salts on Wednesday, February 2fith at his farm S miles south of Malta Hend and .1 miles cast of Mt. Leonard. Itead his ail on another pago of thin paper, J. It. Thompson and C. H. Snellen- bergar will have a public salo at tho Dr. I'hclun farm fi miles southwest of Shackulford, Thursday, February 20. Ucorgo 1). Relburl will hold a pub lto salo on Monday, February 23d, at his farm 1 in I lex south of Mt. Leo nurd and 0 miles north of Sweet Spr ings 3 miles northeast of Elmwood It. Nichols nnd C. II. Hoylng, will havo a public salo nt tho Ilobt. HvaiiH placo, 3 miles southwest of Shuck elford, Thursduy, February l'Jth. Nelmcler Hros. mid J. S. Holth will havo a public salo 7 miles north of Nelson, Friday, February 27. Walter Laruo will havo a public salo on his farm In tho Elmwood vlrl ulty Saturday, February 1 1th, com menclng nt lu a. in. C. It. Illlas will have n public cnlo on February l'Jth on tho J. W. Smith furm near HuiiHtonla. Tom Chllcolt will havo a salo on his furm near Miami today, Frlduy. (loo. Mueller, of Klmwood, will havo a sale on tho ICth. Ersklu HloHser will havo a public Knlo near Moaner Tuesday, February 17. O. II. Keying and It. Nichols will havo n public salo Thursday, Febrti ary 10, at tho Ilobt. Evans farm 3 miles southwest of Shackelford. Chan. T. Sprlgg will hold a public salo on Tuosdny, February 17th, at tho Marshall Folld farm, 8 miles miles southeast of Muruhall and 2 west of Nnptoii, F. C. Liter will hold a public salo on Wednesday, February 18th, at his farm t U miles northwest of Hlack- burii mid 3 miles oust of Alma. JV. II. Downs will hold u public said on Wednesday, Februury 18th, at his farm 4 mlloa southoust of Miami, 12 mllos north of Marshall and 12 mlloH northwest or Biuior. J. F. Twilling will hold a salo on his furm, Marshall. Tuesday, Februury 21, at four miles northeast of W. C. Kolrn will hold a salo on Tuosday, February 21 nt his farm fi miles southwest of Marshull on tho Marshall und Sweet Springs road. PURLIO HALF. Tho Win. M. Taylor liomi-stcnd at lieiiidnu vtlll lie hold at public salo by tho adinlnlstiaUir, It. .V. Taylor on Woductidoy, February Ii id I p. in. NF.W MONEY ORDER HULK Postofflco money orders will ho cashed onywhoro In tho United States. This now ruling, will pro bably go Into effect In a few months. Heretofore It has been nocossary to cash money orders nt tho postofflco I on which thoy wero drawn. DIHOLVH PARTNERSHIP, Tho firm of Myera & Hell dlsolved partnership Tuesday. Mr. N. McK Myers retiring from tho firm, Tho business will bo contlnuod under tho name of Hell Dry Goods Company, Mr. Myoro nnd family expect to movo to Callfomlu soma tlmo In tho noar future. ALHHEDOK-HUTLEimK. Lao Aldredga and Miss Madgo Ruthlqdgo, both of Nolson wero unit ed In marriage Friday evening, Feb runry 0, at 7 :30 o'clock, at tho resld enco of Justlco Hiram Ferril, 0G0 South Lafayette, ho tho officiating JubUco. 9HO,UU(l.(10 ON HANDS County Treasurer J. F. Coleman Informed us Wednesday that Saltno county had lu Jta treasury February 1, $80,000.00. lllno Fuosa of Drookflold nro guests at tho Johnston homo, 318 Bast jYorby. TREATS were O.Y I. M. M. Walker, Marshall's genial undertaker, wus notlfyed Saturday afternoon to meet tho midnight C. & A. train going cast in ordor to receive tho remains of K. S. Cook of Spring Hill, Kan., who, It was supposed, had died and wns being brought hero for burial. Paris mado his usual careful preparations nnd met tho train on schedule tlmo, but to his amascmont the supposedly dead man walked briskly off the train with grip In hand and enquired tho location of Marshall relatives. Mr. Cook, rela tives In Kansas had sent W. l Fel lers, n cousin of this city, word that Mr. Cook would be lu on tho lato train Saturday night nnd to meet him. Mr. Fullers look tho letter to mean that-his cousin was dead and was being brought hero for burial but was very grateful, howover, to learn that he had only como for a visit. SALINE CO. MEDICAL KOCIF.TY Balino County Medical Society met nt tho court house Tuesday, Febru ary 10, 2:00 p. in. with President F, W. Tuttlo of Mt. Leonard In tho chair After tho mlnutos of the previous meeting were read and approved tho rominlttco on hospital mado report of some progress, but asked further time. Tho President read n correspond men from Dr. F. J. Lutz of St. Louis, Mating ho would on April Id glvo public lecture on "Cancers." a Dr. 1). F. Manning read an ex cellent critical paper on "Diagnosis" which was expanded upon by Drs Jno. It. Hall of Napton nnd O. A. Aik en of Malta Hend, with a few remarks by other members of the society. Tho committee on program asked Dr. I). C. Core to present to tho socl ely sumo historical notes on sumo branch of tho medical science, after which a motion to adjourn was liuido nhd carried. .i. There was n good at tendance tho local physicians wero pnment and thosu from tho county outside of Marshall wero Dr. A. II Hrown and Dr. (1. II. Atknn, Malta Ilond; Dr. It. P. Prlco of Slater; I)r, Sharp of Saline City, Doctors Tom and John It. Hull, NnpJon; Dr. F. W, Tuftlo of Mt. Leonard.! Tho socloty will moot again on tho second Tuesday In March. MOIti: PRIHO.N'KIIS. Marshall Hutts of Sinter brought Arthur Wilson mid Kdwlu Smith up from Slater Monday anil lodged them lu the county Jail. They were fined "i0 days apiece lu Jail by Justice John Reynolds, of Slater, for assault. Deputy Sheriff John ltlgglns Jour neyed to Kansas City last Thursduy und broughtn Marshull Heatrlro Cray (col.) of this city, charged with boot legging. She gavo $1,000 fur her appearance In criminal court March 9th. Shorlff Sterling Prlco sold Wednes day evening that ho had 30 prisoners boarding nt his Uast Arrow street rooming house, awaiting tho action of tho March term of criminal court. Saline Imple ment Company N, A. Johannes, of Kansas City, has become manager of the Sallno Coun ty Implomont Co. In place of S. K. Helnloln and has taken charge and moved his family to Marshall. Mr. Hclnllno will roturn to Kansas City. Tho Sallno County Implement Company Is stronger than over and lu a position to tnko care of a largo business In Its line. It will continue to handle tho'sauio lines of farm Im plements and machlnory as horeto foro and solicits tho patronage of tho pooplo of Sallno county. Its old mid new customers will receive a hearty welcome and courteous treat ment under tho now management. Signed: F. C. DOHSON, President. DA VCD MILLER, A'ico-Presldent WILLIAM MILLER, Soc & Tres J. R'. FINLEY and N. A. JOHANNES, Directors. W. S. Huston who spent ton days In Denver with his wlfo camo homo spent ono night horo and loft tho next day for Florida. Ho has 30 days leave of nbsonco from the bank and will spend tho remainder of tho mouth, with his son Kenneth and Doctor Har her and family on the Huston-Harbor fruit farm near Voro. J. T, Hereford went tn flalmthn. Km., Tuesday ParkvlUe, and. Fred Morris to THE COUNTY COURT MEETS Court convened In rdpular session with nil members present, and tho followl ig proceedings wero had: Joscp.ilnn Durrctt, appointed com missioner to make deed to O. W. Davis, conveying lands located In 'uluskl county. In tho matter or petition of D. C. loll und others for change of road; engineers rouortH -said chango Im practicable, and petition dismissed In tho matter of petition of W. R. Aulgur nnd others for now road. En gineer files report and right-of-way. road ordered established, tho hedgo to bo pulled and road opened nt tho expense of petitioners. C. IT. Hall, Justlco of tho Pcnco of Salt Pond township, files his reslgna Hon, mid Is by tho court accepted. W. II, Iteavls appointed Justlco of the Peace of Suit Pond township. Josephine Durrett, clerk files ah struct of assessors books for year 1011, und tho same Is examined urd approved by tho court. Engineer ordered to vlow nnd re nort tho following culverts: Ono on cast and west road In section 2 township 40, range 20; ono on south went of southeast of section ), township 10, rnngo 20; one In section .1, township 10, rungu 20. In tho matter of tho Ollllam spe clal road district election for the ex tension of boundaries; tho court can vases tho votes cast and finds 10" votes for and 1 vote ngnlust tho ex tension of boundaries. Court selects petit Jury for March term criminal court uu follows: Ar row Rock township, C. E. Moore Vlncll Embroy; Hlackwater, A. 11 Charles, C. E. Renno; Cambridge (ius Ollllaiii, It. L. Cameron, O, II Dlckmun; Clay, Joo A. Johnson, L. II Pemburton; Elmwood, (Jeorge Wright C. A. Smith; Orand Pass, Luvl Kram er, T. J. Taylor; Liberty. It. N. Toy lor, J. 8. Treeco; Marshall, Clell liar risen, II, T. Pence, Vlrcll Hurroughs Miami, .1. 1. Hardin, II. W. Martins Salt Fork, Henry Jacob), C. M. Hu ker: Salt Pond, A. H. Clayton, T, C Andrews. Engineer ordered to view und re port the following culverts: two cut verts between sectlonc . and S, town ship 10, rnngo 20; 2 culverts between sections 4 and 0, township 10, range 20; 1 culvert between boctloua 3 and 10, township 40, rango 20. In the matter of tho petition of H. Prior and others for widening Ma shall and Shackelford roud; cause continued to March term. Tho dork directed to correspond with tho Mato agricultural export incut station, with tho view of gutting assistance und ndvlso for the pur pose of establishing an agricultural experiment station at the county farm. Ordered that, that port of road die trlct No. 13, lying west of and be tweeu ranges 10 und 20, bo hereafter known as district No. IS, and that paft east of said lluo to bo known us No. 13. Joo II. Auer, collector files month Iv renorta of collections, and tho name Is by tho court approved. Tho sovoral city and town counclb meet with tho court and appoint ono commissioner each for tho special road district for a term of three years, us follows: J. R. Dickson, com missioner for Arrow Rock; C. O. Ric hardson, commissioner for Ollllam; J. M. Deal, commissioner for Shackel ford and Mt. Leonard; Arthur Hupp, commissioner for Marshall; Ocorgo Wolfsktll, commissioner for Slatar. Engineer vlow nnd report on two culverts on north and south lu sec tion 15, township 18, rango 21. Ordered that road district No. C bo divided and that part of same being In township -10, range 22, be known us district No. 3, and that part In township 48, rango 22, bo known as district No. C. Annual settlement of commission ers of Qllllam special road district, filed, und by tho court approved. Engineer directed to vlow nnd re port two culverts In section 23, township 40, rango 20. Ordered that tho lovy for poll tax bo tho sum of $3, payablo ulthor In cash or work. Ordered, that clork mako requisi tion on Btato auditor In tho sum of 8370, training course mouoy for Mar shall school district. f Obviously. The woman who. searches for a beau ty doctor usually needa one.- Judge. FIRE ALARMS. The flro department was called out Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock to tho Marshall Laundry. A window sill caught fire fiom a blaze that wad being need to thnv nut a frozen water pipe. Th" blazo was extinguish ed before the lliumcn arrived. An amusing Incident cf tho alarm wan that the water was turned Into tho hoec whllo it was being laid nnd ran Into tho flro wagon. This necessitat ed taking all tho hoso out of tho wag on no as to drain it of tho water. Tho fire alarm was sounded about 8 o'clock Monduy morning, calling the firemen to tho Phth Ott homo on East Vest. Tho furuaco lluo burned out, tho btao came through a fluo In the hall up stairs that was covered with a tin cap and caught a plcturo hanging over the opening. Llttlo damago was done. Tho flro department wns called Wednesday morning to tho homo of Mrs. Emory Hrown on South Lafay ette about 8:30 Wednesday morning. A Hue burned out, which caused the alarm. No damago wan done. rha firemen were also summoned to the homo of Ueo. Davis on South Salt Pond, about 10 a. m. Wednes day, as the result of a burning fluo. TO MOVE TO ARKANSAS. W. II. Ilolden, of Napton R. 1, was In Marshall Wednesday on buslncwi and called at our offlco to havo us change the uddrm on his paper to Hazel drove, Ark. Mr. Holden hud it public salo Monday, February oth and will movo his family to Arkansas the later pnrl of this week. The re eelpts of the sale were about $1,000. Wo certainly regret to loso Mr, Holden and family from the county us they have resided here for tho last 30 years. Mr. und Mrs. Holden havo a sou near Hazel urovn whom they will visit until they sccuro a location. YOl'NO LADIES ENTERTAIN. Ah the result of a contest lu tho Norton nelghbothood Sunday school, between tho young ladles class nnd the young men's class. The cluss having the largest attendance woul bo entertained by tho class having; the smallest attendance for tho mouth. The young men being vie torlous In tho month of January, tho young ladles Invited them to tho hos pliable home of Miss Mary Hedges, February iHh, where they wero ott tertuinod in tlm most royal manner. hoon after the arrival of all tho guests they began tho various games for the evening by tnklng a trip to Jerusalem. HAD NARROW ESCAPE. M. D. Uurnett, of southeast at town, was In Marshall Saturday and called in to renew. Ho said his homo had a narrow oscapo from flro tho day before, when a fluo burned out When ho discovered tho flro ho got on the roof In u hurry and found he wus about us spry us when a boy. Ho bus not forgotten his flro of just 21 years ago, when hu lost his homo and furniture as well as cash In a slmtla manner. Ho reports his wife suffer lug from a bad cold. The Lyric Dr. M. F. Ming has leased tho Lyric which has been Idle for somotlmo to Letts and Thompson experienced ruov lug plcturo showmen of Mason City, Iowa. Tho building Is bolng remodel ed and refurnished and when finish cd will ho on attractive theatre. Tho room Is being added to In tho rear and will oxtend to tho alley muklng tho dimensions of tho build lng 110 by 2S. Steam heat Is being put In, tho floors will bo raised an opera chairs will bo ono featuro tho now furnishings. of Letts and Thompson havo a plcturo show at Mexico, Mo., and another at Mason City, nnd expect to have tho Marshall theatre ready to open by the 1st of March. F. ni. Latimer, appointed county highway engineer, for tho term of one yoar. . N. Wilson appointed suporln tenuont of tho county homo for tho term of ono yoar. J. F. Coleman, treasurer flics sot tlement for quarter ending January 31st, 1014, and the samo la by tho court approved. Court adjourns to moot March 2nd J. T. Stophons, of Randolph, Iowa who has been vlsltlug tho D. S. Black burn nud 1. C. Stephens families of Miami, tho past week, waa In Mur ahall Tuosday and with tho latter made, our offlco a pleasant visit. AMONG OUR FRIENDS Tho following names aro now sub scribers or rcnowals during the past cek: 1. Mrs. Mary F. Morltz', Malta Hend. o 3. I. m ! 0. 7. Frank Williams, R. 3, Miami. W. II. Malott, R, 2, city. L. J. Itasse, city. It. S. McDanlcl, It. 1, Slater. Ous Nolko, it. 1, Ollllam. Mrs. J. II. Slmms, Vlnlta, Floronco Watktus, city. W. E. Shackelford, Napton. J. C. Fowler, Nelson. Chus. Uooth, Fowler, Colo. Lon Hnrpar, Shackelford. Mrs. Ella Hollowuy, R. C, city J. E. Claycomb, Illuo Lick. Annlo Reynolds, R. I, city. Mrs. Tena Rosetifcld, R. 3, Okla. 8. 0. 10. 11. 12. 13. II. IT,. IC. Miami. 17. Mrs. L. A. Uurnett, box 310, C. W. Willie. R. 2, city. I, F. Janios, Mexico, Mo. Mrs. Eliza E. Cox, Murray ity. IS. 10. 20. City. Ohio. 21. II. W. Outhrlc, Hlnckburn. A. P. Krautner, ft. 3, Malta John Kraak, R. 2, Slater. J. R. Scott, Salisbury, Mo. Earl Hendricks, R. C, city. W. 11. Nichols, R. 2, city. Mrs. J. E. Spongier, city. Karl Hendricks, R. 0, city. A. M. VoMr, R. C, city. Walter Hrown, R. 1, Nelson. Herman Rohkop, lllackburn. Dead. 23. 24. 28. 20. 30. 31. 302. Samuel Rufl, Logan, New Mexico. 33. S. W. Harron, R. 2, Marwln, Mo. 31. 3C 30. 37. 38. A. L. Worloy, city. Mrs. A. M. Carroll, city. M. O, Carroll, Ferguson, Mo. J. S. Hoggu, Arrow Rock. Floyd Medllu, R. 1, Malta A. W. Sholton, R. 2, city. Mrs. J. II. McFndden, R. C, Hend. 30. 10. city. 41. O. II. Ambury, Napton. MAHRIACi: LICENSE. John J. Funk, Kansas City; Pearl Mycr, Miami. E. E. Richardson. Miami; Pearl Campbell, Slater. Paul F. Jagor, Slater; Lydla Ell- ers, Nelson. Leo Aldrldgo Madgo Rutlcdge, both of Nelson. John Olendorf, Ora Schmltxmeycr, both of Ollllam. E. L. Davis, Mt. Leonard; M. L. Terrell, Ulnckburu. John Carman, Orand Pass; Uraco Edwards, Malta Hend. Martin Weber, Laura Lovercamp, Sweet Springs. L. C. Logls and Wllhelmcua Lover- camp, both of Sweet Springs. Hilly Williams (col.) Marshall; Corluno Purkor (col.), lllackburn. Thornton Taylor (col.), Nelson; Caroline. Taylor (col.), Nelson. Sold Farm for $IU.t Per Acre. Herman Ronken sold tho 80 ncro farm which ho purchased of How ninu Cordcr, ami which Is situated a short distance north of lllackburn, laBt week for Jior, ji0r ncro. Tho farm bus good Improvements, but tho value Is mostly tn tho excel lent soli and lay of tho eight)'. Mr. Renken mado a good margin on tho land after1- holding It for a year. Sidney T. dray wont to Sweet Springs Wednesday in tho Interest of his candidacy. Sixty Yar$ihiSfmrfird CREAM BAKING mm A tri tf Tartar HmMr Ha4t frt IrafM MO ALUM - ;1 111 W,: '9i h ?&Mf'-'K,Jfe ,8liifffiM"aiftt. tt',i.':fim Jf ,i'l jLr A" a . ,. M-Jl .-v.UtAAi&-'ui k&i.: . xfjj.-lm ..