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MAnsirAM; nmuiujc,ur patb mm fin mi . lie -H-K- County- News 11 M-M-l-l-I-M-M I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 i NOItTOX. Mr. J. L. Hawkins and wlfo moved Into their now homo February 2nd, Mr. Joo I'lourd formerly of Nor ton but moved to Kansas City about a year ago, mot with a very sorlous accident, whllo worklngfor tho Me tropolitan Street Hallway Co. Wo nro Informed ho had all his fingers cut off from both hands. Atesscrs Samuel Jllack and II. I.clmkuhler shipped In two cars of cattlo Wednesday. Mr. Hubert Irvlno of Marshall was In Norton botween trains Friday. Joo T. Hector and son woro at Nor ton on bitclnces Friday morning. Mrs. M, Alexander and Mrs. J, F. Salmons on Mrs. 12. A. Hell Thursday evening. Mr. J. S. Wilson had a ftnlo of stock and farming Implements Mon day. Miss Mary Hedges entertained the young folks Sunday school class ul her homo Friday night. Mr. darner and Miss Lcona Whlt lock woro married at tho Christian parsonago Marshall Fobruary 1st. Tho brldo hi a daughter at Mr. Hen Whltlock, oast of Marshall. Mr. Gar ner formerly liver near Napton, but moved to thla vicinity about n year ago and Is an Industrious young far mer. They aro at homo to their friends at tho placo roccntly vacated by Mr. H. H. Swisher and family. Tho ground hog saw his shadow February 2nd, and It seems as though ho has decided not to break his re cord, and will remain in until the six wcoks uro out. Mr. Otis l'omborton was In Sinter Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. I.owls I'ombcrton and Mlitt Alma Swlshor wera In Marshnll Tuesday. Mr. Hobort Copoland of near Mia mi loaded his furnlturo in n car at Norton Wednesday and Is moving to Prbtnlscot county. Mr. Thomas Nugon wont to Hot Springs Saturday. Mr. Colsus Young who "has been spending most of his lima near Va- lontlno, Mont., was at Mr. J. S. Wll sons Monday. Mr. II. I.'. Mitchell was at Jerlro Purines lt week, nnd returned homo with a car load of mules. Took .Mind From ItuMncM. Tho dress of women Ik now sond lug many men to hell, says nn ox change And story thnt Sam this culls to mind a Jones tnld in an Kantorn city. Jones said n very wealthy young woman Interested In hor bouI'b salvation Invited Sam to call at her homo and talk with her. Sam accepted this Invitation, nnd 'when tho young lady camo tangoing Into tho parlor ho was shocked and bewildered at hor low nock, short sloovcs, etc. Tho young lady told him sho wnntod to talk with him al ong rollglous linos, and asked him what sho should do to bo snvod. Sam looked nnd saw nnd said: "Slstor, I could tulk politics with you in tho dress you nro wearing, hut not ro llglon. If you want to talk religion with mo, for Honvcn's sako go and throw something around you. It takes my mind off my business.' Feel .Miserable? Out of sorts, dopressed, pain in tho back Eloctrlo Hitters renews your hoalth and strength. A guaranteed Liver and Kldnoy remedy. Money back If not satisfied. It completely cured Hobert Madscn, of West Hurl Ington, Iowa, who sufforod from viru lent liver troublo for eight months. After four doctors gavo him up, ho took Electric Hitters and is now a wiJH man., (Jot n bottle today; It. will do Oi6 sumo for you. Keen, in tho houso for all llvor anoj nkliluor coin plnlnts. Perfectly sofcj nduopqnd qblo. Its results will surprise you, ' COc and $1.00. U, E. Hucklon & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adv. AHltOW HOCK. Will Lawless and wlfo passed thr ough town Monday enrouto to thoir homo in Cooper. Tom Husemoler and wlfo of tho country wore victors Monday aftor noon at tho homo of tho latters grandmotjior, Mrs. Minerva Hlnglmm. Mrs. Bavo Oroon from west of town was shopping lora Monday aftornoori August Nolmler and wlfo of. tho country woro trading with our mor-' chants Monday afternoon. Jim Marshall and wlfo of near lllackwator were guests Tuesday at tho homo of W. H. Edwards, Miss Dowman and Miss Pearl Ilnno mlor of tho country woro among lhr crowd hero Monday. Gone VanAredoll and family moved Tuesday to the Hade Qroon farm. Ho has rented near Napton, Herman Assolmoyor and wife of near Little nock woro trading 'Tues day' with our merchants. W. O. Burgo and family of Cooper were visitors to our town Tuesday atternoon, Tho Cemetery association held Its regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon at tho rest room, Thoro was a goodly number In attendance. Tho association decided to servo lunch at tho Nelmlcr Helth salo to bo held tho latter part of February. MIpbcs Graco nnd Flora Craig of near Little Hock wero In town Wed nesday. MIbs Graco Is tho efficient secretary or tho comotory association. Turner Kmbry of West Hardeman was on our streets Wednesday. Mrs, Holn of Kansas City donated a beautiful old fashioned bureau to tho D. A. H. room nt tho Old Tavern. It Is a handsomo piece of furnlturo made of roso wood, beautifully carv ed with glass knobs and marblo top, very largo as old stylo furnlturo us ually Is. J. M. Stivers mado a business trip to Oklahoma last week returning Tuesday. Tho Old Folk Concert held at tho Host Hoom Thursday night by tho Woman's National Old Trails Koad Arsoclatlon, was well nttonded. Quito n number of old stylo costumes woro In ovldcnco, which added to tho am usement of tho evening. Tho songs and music woro very much enjoyed. All spent a vory pleasant evening In deed. Josso Klnchloo nnd family, W. O. Uurga nnd family, Pink McCurt and wlfo, nil of Cooper, attended tho Old Folks Concert Thursday night. Mrs. 11, A. Fray of Marshall wns n V'ueat Thursday at tho homo of J. P. Ulggs. Sho was accompanied homo by her slstor, Mrs. Hon Hoynolds of Tex. who will bo hor gliosis for n fow days H. II. Watts, chluf carpenter In building tho hnndsomo now house for Harold Turlcy llnlshod his work here nnd roturned to hlo homo In Marshall Friday. Our torn will noon havo It first gnragc, which will bo opened soon by W. II. Edwards nnd C. E. Mnrtln In tho building recently vnratod by T II. Dickson. Mrs. E. E. Green was n dinner guest Thursday at tho homo of W. 8. Sliomwoll. Mrs. E. F, Aloxandor of Cooper Is vlKlllug nt tho homo of hor slstor, M-n, Ooorgo Hlngham. Mrr. John Hoynolds nnd Miss Julia "ti 'py ct Cooper and J. P. Ulggs nnd family wero all callers Sunday after noon nt tho homo of Mrs. Pnrlloc Hlngham. Frank Wllmnrth of Cooper was trading hero Friday morning. Ilorrihlo IllotrhcH of ICccuin, QUIckly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ecz oma Olutnlont. 'C. P. Caldwell, of Now Orlon'nsi LnV, states: "My doe tor advised mo to try W, Hobson's Eczema Salvo.' I used thrco boxes of Olnljnint nnd throb cakos of Dr. Hob- son's Derma Zoma Soap. Today I havo not a spot anywhere on my body and ran sny I am cured." It will do tho samo for you, Its soothing, heal ing, antiseptic action will rid you of all skin humors, blnckhcads, pimples, Eczema blotches, rod unsightly Burns, and loaves your Bkln clean and heal thy. Got a box today. Guaruntood. All druggists, COc, or by mall. Pfo- iffor Chomlcnl Co., Philadelphia & St. Louis, Adv .MIAMI. Mrs, Allco Snelllng will go from Liberty, Mo., to West Port, to attond tho elaborate wedding fcstlvltlos of her rolullvo, Miss Mury Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Arm strong formally of Miami. Tho wed ding ceremony will bo said on Fobru ary Hth, On Friday of last week whllo Sam Rador, our Miami Station mall carri er, waa trying to cross tho rlvor Nvlth Jjla ninil sacks. Tfho mzouk wjnds of mq blltqru zznru cnrripil.ium rapid- ly dpwji ptroam.'thou ,cqmo tho feol jpg .rqscuo i po hpa,rl of genorou John Front., and' ho sot out In in. launch to throw out tho life lino to Mr. Under, who was rc&cuod and ho and tho mall eacka woro Bavod, Dlod at tho homo of thor brothor, Flornoy Snelllng ut Liberty, Mo., Miss Evelyn Snelllng on Fobruary 5, 1914. Tho funeral waa preached ut tho bro ther's homo and was conductod by Dr. J, C. Armstrong of Kansas City, (Dr. H. A. Ilagby ohd Rov. Frank of Lib- erty. Tho remains woro lntorrod at Fair View comotory. Ab has boon ro contly atatod, tho doccasod camo In from Arietta whero sho had been (baching an Indian school. Sho wob vpry voak when shu arrived at hor brothora and continued to grow worse whon death camo. "Miss Ev" as shu was familiarly called was woll and avorably known in Miami, whero sho lived tho greatnr part of hor llfo. Sho was a lady of flno tasto nnd culturo, was nn active and zoalous worker In tho Miami Baptist church for many year?; wnB by trndo one of Saline's moat (adiionablo milllnors and was in that business In Miaul whon eho left hero about 15 years, ago. Slid loaves hosts, of friends in Miami who aro sad over her demise. Fred nnd Percy Jennings took to Sinter, one day last week, their moth er, Mrs. J no. Jennings, and two cou sins, Misses Salllo and Dolla Hesle. Thoy attended tho skntlng rink nud greatly enjoyed them selves. Mrs, Will Lcmmon writes from Sandoval, III,, that sho hasbeen nurs ing her nunt, Mrs. Mary Colemnn nil winter. Mrs. Colemnn Is qulto ngod nnd Ib n cripple. Sho visited her nep hew, Houston Lcmmon, last summer In Miami and la well known hero. Mr. Flem Thornton, of Gilliam, was a visitor last week at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Kynn In tho lower bot toms. Other visitors at tho Kyan homo woro Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Ounn and daughter, Myrtle, Amos Koyton, Mien Mary Dllly nnd Jaa Copclxid. Llttlo Wm. Fisher, son of Frnnk Fisher nnd wife, has been uulto III at their homo for sovoral days. Charllo Godman and sister, Gladys, left last weok for Texas, where their father, Jns. Godman, Is attending to his lino farm land. Chnrllo Is not in good health nnd It Is to bo hoped tho balmy cllmnto or Texas wilt great ly help him. Edgar Palo tins been visiting his many friends nnd school mntes for n fow weeks In tho vnclnlty of Miami, lie loft for his homo Inst Friday n, week ago, which Is nt Fort Collins, Colorndo. Ho nnd his folks formally lived on tho Frnnk Long plnco nbout 25 ycnni ago. Mr. Pato Is engaged In tho morchnndlBo business, Mrs. Will Hcnton ruturncd Suudny p. m. from Fuyottovlllo, Ark., whore sho wont to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ilrlstow. Sho reports Hint both fnthor and mother havo bcon quite 111 and nro utlll uulto delicate. Miss Nnmmlo Godmnn nnd brother, J times, who hnvo been living for tho past year on tho Carpenter farm In tho lowor bottom, huvo returned to Snndus, Kentucky, tnklng with them Loulso and Husscll Godmnn, theli brothers children, who huvo visited ioro for tovnrnl months. On account of tho recent blizzard tlm river nt this point hnu been full or leu nnd on Saturday tho mail for tlio first tlmo this winter, fulled to get across In tho p. m. Sunday night it blocked but tho warm southern wind noxt day put It back to hustnosn again. Mxh, K, A. Hums, who has bcon vlHlilng relatives at Oklahoma, .for tho past thrco niontlm will bo at homo this wcok. At present sho Is as fur an Kansns City, vlilllng hor duughtor Mis. Job Hannn. W. S. McOraw, who Uvea on tho Hupp plnco south of Miami, Is moving to tho Dr. Naff farm neur Napton this wcok. y.'.M Lillian Hodgors, who closed her nchool for n fow dayH last week on account of tho pupils having tho whopping cough, opened tho school on last Monday. Sho touches tho Ilrldgo school hint across tho river from Miami. Mrs. Tom Minor wns uulto III the Irat of tho wcok. Hor daughter, MIsb Velum, rcmulucd out on Monday 'rein hor room nt hcIiooI to help tnko caio of her mother. Mr. Minor Con linucu about tho samo still vory weak and hulploss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Worthy James, who llvo uouth o, 'own aro tlio proud par ents of n fine clrl buby which wus born on Frlduy 3rd, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed, Noubauor gavo n most enjoyable reception and ball at tho youngfnlks in honor of .Mr. nud Mrs. Hob. Copoland, who wore recent ly married, Mrs. Copoland bolng for mally MIpu Alice Noubauer. Flno iiiubIc, lino oatlng nnd a flno tlmo wero what ovory person reported who was lucky enough to bo ono of tho ehoson to help to colebrato thla flno ocncslon. Dr. Ooorgo Hawkins, ono of Char! ton's most successful physicians has boon visiting his parents: Mr. nnd Ura. Wnllcr Hhwklns, whllo thoro, he ijit-brcn qulto complaining, howoyer, w ixj.u.ned tho first of tho weok to his homo nt Salisbury. Tho llttlo boh of Frank Krugor is Improving nlcoly after nn attack of acarlot fever. Hobert Copeland, who recently marrlod, has rented a farm near Huy tl, Mo nnd ho nnd nn undo will farm togothor. Hobert loaded n enr Inst week of his goods, etc., nnd sont It on to his now dwolllng pluco. Sir. W. E. McFualand of Owo'ub- burg, Ky was In town on Monday In terviewing tho merchants horb In re gard to tobneco purchnses. He re presents a Loulsvlllo Co, Mro. W. A. Ayors ontortnlnod Bomo of . hor lndy flronds on Thursday of last week by serving a splondld din ner. She is noted for hor hospitality and nurabors her friends by tho hun dreds. WOODSON, Mr. W. S. Pylo went to Kansas City Tuesday and brought back a nlco hunch of fcodora Friday, Mrs. Ireno Johnson, of Slater. Is visiting her nelco, Mrs. Brooks IIDaV brand. Mrs. Alonzo Zclgel Is qulto sick nt the homo of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jnmcs Scott, Sr. Mrs. Harriet Johnson nnd daugh ter, Willie, wero shopping In Mar Bhnll Friday. Miss Wllllo hnd some detitnl work done. A Winter Cough. A stubborn, nnnoylng, depressing cough hangs on, rncks tho body, weakens the lungs, and oftan leads to sorlous results. Tho first doso of Dr. King's New Discovery gives relief. IIcnryD. Sanders, of CavcndlBh, Vt., was threatened with consumption, af ter having pneumonia. Ho writes: Dr. King's Now Discovery ought to bo In every fnmlly; It Is certainly the best of nil modlclucn for coughs, colds or lung troublo. Good for children's coughs. Money back It not satisfied. Prico 50c and $1.00. At all drug- glBts. II. E. Uucklcn & Co., Phila delphia or St. Louis. Adv. AVItKS. MIbs Uyrdlo Wood and Miss Lnlla Cook visited MIbs Cora Hell Duiui.oy Sundny. Ablo Gnrrett hns returned homo from Cnrrol county, whoro ho hns been visiting his sons. Mnrron Gnrrett nnd family Is visit ing relatives hero this week. Horses, and We will have a Marshall and 2 miles east of Shackelford, on Thursd HORSES 1 pair marcs, roan and bay, coming 5 years old, 16 hands high In foal by draft horse ; rjcntlc Izr any one to worl:. 1 bay marc, 9 years old, in foal to jack; gentle for women and children to drive. 1 dark brown 3 year old gelding, 15 1-2 hands high, broke to all harness, will make a fair uaddler. 1 bay horse, 5 years old, 16 hands high; works in all harness. 1 brown horse, 7 years old, 10 hands high; works in all harness, fair saddler, 1 bay horse, 11 years o!d; works in all harness. 1 black horcc co'.t, c::lra good one. MULES 1 span of mare mules, coming 4 years old, 15 3-4 hands high, weighs 2,400, good workers; extra good ones. 1 horse and marc mule, 5 years old, 16 hands high; extra good work team. 1 span of horse mules, 5 yrs old, 16 hands high, extra good work mules 1 span of horse mules, 4 and 5 years old, 15 3-4 hands high; good workers. " 1 horse mule, 4 years old, 16 hands high; extra good work mules. CATTLE 1 6 year old cow with calf by side, can't be beat for a milker. 1 4 year old cow with calf by side. 1 3 year old heifer, with calf by side; fair milker, 1 2 year old heifer, with calf b, s5de; WN make a good milk cow. 1 5 year old cow, with calf by side. 1 3 year old Short Horn heifer; will be fresh soon. 1 3 year old heifer, extra good one, will be fresh in April. Sale Begins 10 a.m. Terms Cash. Auctioneers: COLS. C. P, and HARRY HUDSON, and C. T. IRVINE. Clwks : P, A, JONES and RAY; Mrs, Joe Stcavcns Is no better at this writing, Hcv, McCoy, of Liberty, Mo., pre ached at Now Prospect Sunday In stead of tho pastor , Hev. Hrunner. Tho pastor was sick, Tho coldest weathor wo havo had hero this year was Monday. It was S degrees bolow zero. Tho rumor hero Is that Miss Poarl Campbell nnd MIbs Emmon Richard son will get married Wednesday, Fobruary II. Thoy aro to bo mar ried nt Hcthel church. Mrs. J. It. Dulanoy nnd MIbs Flor enco Scats spent Monday ovcnlng with Tllmnn Girls. HI.L'i: LICK. Mrs. Geo, Fortncr, of Marshall, visited Mrs. Jim Taylor Tuesday. Tlio meeting Is Btlli going on with good atlendence. Hov. G, Coffman of Sweet Springs preached Thursday night and wns tho guest ot Dr. Sprnd ling whllo horc. Ho Is expected back this weok. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Owens visited Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A, Smlloy over Sun day, beforo returning to their homo in Knnsas City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnvo Dennis nnd chil dren of Hcrndon visited Mr. nnd Mrs. L. ('. Donnls n few days Inst wcok. Tcnny Sprndllng was tho guest of Austin Dennis Thursdny night. PUBLIC OF Mules? Cattle, Hogs, Sheep Farming public sale at the Ths following described property. J. R. C. R. HUDSON. Mrs. Lon Zelgel and daughter, have bcon spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott of Woodson. Among thoso who transacted busi ness at tho county seat rrom hero Thursday wero Messrs Jim Taylor, Geo. Barron nnd J. C. Hayso. F. W. York Sundaycd with homo rolks. MIbs Dave Smiley of near Long wood Is spending a fow days with Mr. and Mrs, Will Smlloy. Hev. W. P. Luso nnd Dr. Bpradllng attended M. E. Comforenco Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Hnyso wero din ner guests Sundny or L. C. Dennis nnd wire. COW CUKKK. Hello! hero wo nro again. C. C. Miller returned homo Friday trom Knnsas City, whero he spent tho week with his sons, W. M. nnd J. H. Miller, both of Knnsas City. Vlrpnl Monro nnd Eddlo Clemens went to Norton .Monday on business. Mrs. Nnnnla Miller and daughter, Mrs. Dorca Clemens and children spent tho day with Mrs. A. II. Yates, Wednesday of last week. Clnud Lynch nccldently cut his hand badly tho other day with an nx. Dr. Ilnrrls, his nttendlng physician, says ho Is getting along fine. Thoro wns pleasant soclnl t(t tho Implements. Dr. Phelan farm. Feb. 26th, 1 3 year old Short Horn heifer, extra good one; will be fresh in April. 12 2 and 3 year old Short Horn heifers, will calve in April and May. 1 fat 2 year old steer; extra good one. 1 bull calf. HOGS 10 brood sows and gilts, will farroW in March and April; all Immune. One male hog, good one. 20 fat hogs, will weigh 225 pounds. 15 shoats, will weigh 150 pounds. 60 head of shoats, all Immune; will weigh from 50 to 100 lbs. SHEEP 9 cws will lamb in March and April. 3 fat wethers, 1 buck. 500 hedge posts. 8 ton of good Timothy hay. Farming Implements. 1 good farm wagon. . 1 good surrey. 1'McCormick mower, been used a little for two seasons. 1 riding cultivator. 1 16 inch John Deere plow, good as new. 1 smoothing harrow. 1 hay frame. ' 1 16 feet hog trough. , 1 set of tug harness. 1 set of double buggy harness. r'1 w 1 set of single buggy harness. 1 saddle and bridle. 1 spray pump. 1 cook stove. Free Lunch at Noon THOMPSON, SHELLENBERGAR wife Homes eekers' Reduced Fares the popular means of reaching practically all points In West Southwest, North and Northwest Tickets sold by the Chicago & Alton R.R. Tho First .and Third Tuesdays ofEtich Month Almost 150 Railroads with which the Chicago & Alton Railroad con nects have joined with us on this .proposition to give the landseok 'er, the visitrr, etc., these genuine transportation bargains. Call upon or write to O. E. HAWTHORNE, Ticket Aeent Chicago & Alton 1 Railroad, Marshall, Mo-, for details of fares, conditons and I complete particulars. 5 miles southwest of 1914, 't , T homo or Wood Strouds and nonr Fnlrvllle, Friday night. E .. ... ' fl. -1 ' .... '