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rninAr, rnnnuAnv 20, 101 1.
marsitam nrpunriioA
M-M-M 11MM 1 Hil-M-t-K-M-M-
County News
Miss Clnrn WliiOmcyor left Wed
nesday for New Haven, whore alio
will visit lifcr parents for n few weeks.
Hsirry (lorniun nhlpped a car load
of Iiorh to 8t. Louis this week. Auk-
ubI Teutiiievur had Bomo liOKS and
"Initio on the nnsas CJty mttrUct thlu
Mr. and Mrs. MnrcolliiB lllbhard
linvu sold their farm to lister De
Moss for 0110 hundred nnd seventy
dollars tin acre.
Mrs. Jcnnlo Itlloy of Mayvlow Is
visiting her brother, h. S. Itoynolils
and family. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ward Williams hnvu
moved to their farm near 1 lodge,
which they recently purchased.
MIbs Hlrdlo Tliogmorton, of Waver
ly, was tlio KUest of Miss Pearl lllley
a feu days this wuok.
W. A. Coad hns returned from n
business trip to Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar McCluro nnd
little daughter nnd sou, havo returned
to their homo In Nelson lifter n short
visit with (hn former's pnreuta, Mr
and Mrs. a. II. McGinn'.
Mrs. J. II. CroHwhlto nnd clnuslitcr,
MIbs Ilobeccn, rolurnud Wednesday
from Kansas City, whero they been
for u few days visit with relatives.
Miss Clara Yowell, who attends
school In Marshall spont the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mm
Henry Yowell,
Mrs. l C. McltoynoIdH Is on tlio
nick last this wculc.
Mr, nnd Mrs. John Gorman havo
returned from their wedding trip and
at present nro nl tlio homo of the
groom's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
Tlio Kpworth Leaguo had n social
ut tlin homu of Mr. and Mrs. C. A
.Ioiich, Saturday nvcnliiK, February
I I. Llsht refreshment!! were served
and all report n riollKlitfnl time.
Lawrence Mutton, who has been
confined to his homo on account of
sickness for a fuw days, was ablo to
bo out Sunday.
Murcollus Illbbard was trnnsnctlni
business In Marshall .Saturday.
C-Bcar Funk Is visiting his cousin
Mrs. I'reston Kdwards.
llov. I). C. llolton Illed his niRiilar
appointment at tlio Hantlst church
H. Melt. Cutaway was transacting
business In Marshall Saturday.
Mth, W. J. Smith Is quite sick thlH
N. J. Flotchor has cono to Arkansas
on a prospectliiK trip. It Is to bo
hoped that Mr. Fletcher will return
hotter pleased than ovor with his
Snllna county farm and will dccldo to
mako this his permanent homo.
Tlio buby daughter or Mr. mid Mrs.
Henry Nunlo Is very sick.
tons girl and villi bo greatly mlsr.ctl
by all and very much In her homo
Another sad occurnnco wiia Iho
death of Perry Turner son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Tumor who died of Typ
hoid Wednesday Fob. 11 at otto o'
clock, lie was n flnu young man be
tween Iho ago of 21 and 22 . Itu was
a fluo young man nnd well loved by
all. He had beui ill for about three
weeks with typhoid nnd then tool:
piiettpionln and was so weak from thu
favor that ho passed nwny, ltu Wilt
bo greatly missed by nil In tlio corn
unity but the Lord doeth nil things
well, llo was an only boy and loaves
to mourn his death a father, mother,
and ulster. Ilo was burled at 1 1nitio
Orovo Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. August lllnno woro
gueBts Friday at Goorgu Hnsso.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vanarsdalo
spont Tlulrsdny at T. 13. Kmbrcys.
MIbs Itosn Wobb returned Sunday
after n weeks visit with rolatlves In
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Kmbroy woro
dlnnor- guests Tuesday at Ernest
Mr. mid Mrs. Ilussol Sponcor of
Slutor visited Sunday and Monda)
with tlio lattors parents, J. D. Webb
and wlfo.
Mr. French Wllkcrson, of Drown
co, passed through hero Saturda)
ourouto to Clay Center.
Quito n few from this vicinity at
tended tlio dauco at Mr. Geo. Me
(Jlalns. All had a flno tlmo and loll
) f '4 ju.Mrt , tjg: ; L
A veterinary from Marshall was In
this neighborhood Monday vaccinat
ing hogB.
Stovo Odell spent Friday at Turnor
Mosdames Watts and Goodson, o
Marshall, vlsltod sovoral days la.
weak at Jeff llazols.
Mlesos Pearl Ho well, Mario and
Lorono Piper, Messrs Jowoll and Ilry
an Howell, Chas, and Frank Plpei
spont a fow hours Saturday night at
Will Odella of Clay Center.
Miss Dovlo Thomas ago 20 years
11 mouths and II days died at the
homo of hor parents Mr. and Mrs,
John Thomau Tuosday Fob. 10, at
10 o'clock. Sho had' boon 111 for
about thrco weeks with Typhoid fov
or, and wbb burled at Hazle Grove'
which Is tho family burying irropnd
It was vory sad as thoro nro foui
inoro of tho family vorylow with th'
snmo dlBonso among tho ones pcY
bolng her mother. Sho leaves It
mourn hor sad doath futhor mother
slstors and brothers bosldoa a host of
, relatives and friends. Sho was the
. - m it -1.11.1
eldest oi a largo luuiny oi ciiuurun
and was greatly dopendod on by tlioii;
Mrs. A. K. Canada spent the latter
part of thu woett in tho country with
her son, Mr. Virgil Canada and wife.
Miss Launa WllllutiiH spont Sunday
In Illnck water thu guest of Mr. M. S.
Itcv. Shorter, of Columbia, con
ducted services nt thu Christian
church Sunday morning and evening
Dr. niul Mrs. L. I. Shuck and dill
dreti also Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It, Fland
ers and daughters, wero guests of
Ilowurd Smith and wlfo Sunday nt
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Clttto entertain
ed thu following guests at their homo
Sunday at dinner: Mr. and Mrs.
Lowln Illnck, Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Can
ndu, Iluv. Shorter and Mr. Joiiom,
their guest from Kuiimm City
Mavtcni Kogor .McClelland and
Hobert Morris nro out of school this
this week on account of slcknotw.
Mrs. Henry llufford and children
went to Iho country Tuesday uftei
noon for n visit with tho former's
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and llttlo
iliuiKhlor, KatliurJnc, drove In and did
sumo shopping Tuesday afternoon.
Among those lrt.ni tlio country who
wora trading hero Wc.Veay wore:
Mi wirs Strand Yngor, Holland Scult,
It. It. Cunningham, It. II. Hill, WlIMn
Gash and V. T. Ithondcs.
Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho
Methodist church met at Mrs. A. J.
flutfrt Thursday nnd Friday after
1 fin nnd quilted.
;:r. Ilulp'.i Cnmpbolll cntiin In
i l mhiy night for visit with lil.i
1 cru, MoudameH J, M. llakur, Wm.
Ali::,tmler nnd L. M. Hayr.lu. Thlu
is Ihu first tlmo Mr. Campbell has
hern horn for twelvo years. Mri'.
.Miuclo Harl, another sister, cnino In
Friday to bu with Mr. Campbell dur
ing! his visit.
Mr. John Cox Hindu a business trip
to Marshall1 Wcduosday.
Mrs. L. F. McCluro and clilldrpu
vont to Grand Pass Friday afternoon
'or a little visit with Mr. McCluro's
On account of tho snow storm nnd
ho high drifts, Miss Kthel Cllckncr
lid not nttompt to teach Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Cowan entor-
'.nlncd Mr. and Mrs. Linton at dinner
Thursday. Mrs. Llston wns former
ly Miss Hazel Allshlro of this plac.
ihu and Mr. I.IhIou nro guosts of M.
F. Wlloy and wlfo. Mr. LIbIoii In
tends roturnlug In n tow days to his
work in KaiiBno City, but Mrs. Linton
will remain for u longer visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Alexander on
ortnlnod a number of guests at cards
Friday night In honor of their bro-
thor, Mr. Itnlph Campbell,
Mh3 Madgo Scott or near Koptng,
loft Sunday morning for a visit with
3edalla relatives.
Mrs. L. 13. Dotson. of Marohnll,
pent a portion of tho week with her
mother, Mrs. Jamos Cordy.
Mrs. J. M. linker was tlio guest of
Marshull friends Monday.
itstorrMrs. Iva Canada. ' '
Mrs. Waller Wood, of Napton,
'amo down Mondny to sco her Bister,
Mrs. Lowl8 Petry, who haa boon slc
'or Boniu tlmo.
Four horses covored with morry
hipllng sleigh bells cum a Into town
'rlday afternoon drawing nn old
ashloncd alec n v:'Ich woro tho fol
owing: Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Nelder
ohn nnd children, Mr. nnd Mrs. all!
Vqldcrjohn and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Bnilth nnd little dnimlitor, Knthorlno.
Mr. Hobert Jonos, of Toxns, who
"or seme tlmo has not corresponded
villi any of his rolatlves hero, nnd
vho his mother had finally decided
vvnB doad, hnponed to see her advor-
'Isomont in a Texas paper and came
uomo ono any una wooic. llhrniany
'rlcnds In this community nro vory
Vaii Indeed to know that ho Is still
umborod with tho living and that his
nhappy and dlstrosncd mother has
n villi hor onco again,
Mr. Lylo Nelson made his usual
rlp to Marshall Friday nftornoon to
lake hi ' r'-'-'j) lesson.
Mer--T LInvlllo Whito and Ohnrllo
UUondc- int tp Pilot Grove Tuos
day nud roiumdd Wodnosday.
Mrs. Mum lttpr .came: up from
Ulackwiiler Tuesday afternoon nnd
visited with Miss Lniiun Williams un
til Thursday morning. From hor wo
lonm that Mrs. Hoy Cordy, formerly
of tills Vlncc, but now living In No
wata, Okla., Is ury III. Sho wan
brought to Kaunas City this week
and underwent an operation. Mrs.
lames Cordy of thin ptneo will go up
Saturday to bo with her. ,-'
Mrs. Potter Joined hln wlfo horo
Wednesday afternoon and they wero
guests of Mrs. A. J. Clutu at six
o'clock dinner. '
Miss linlii Philips In tho guost of
Mts. J. J. Staples this week.
Miss Illaneho Townsond of near
Arrow ltock visited her Muter, Mrs.
M. 0. McAllsler thin week nnd assist
ed hor In entertaining tho Wednesday
club. i
Mrs. K. I). Sapplugton returned tho
Ural of the week (ram a visit with
Mrs. It. M. lleyuoldn of Marshall.
- U She laYble pstMaduttr-l Mrs. Mum Pttpr .cam: up fror.
On Sunday morning, when tho
Janitor of tho Christian church .md
built thu flro In thu uasumoiit to
warm up the auditorium for rfun lay
school MTVIeoa mid proaehlug, ll:u
pipes leading to tho hear bucrime
too hot and a pllo or Uliidllii near by
United and for nwhllo tho building
pecmed to l,u In dnugar, however, Air.
Hnyiiio took thu mutter Ir.iinedlatuly
In 1 nud nud curried w.it.ir from the
bapllHby and uxtlngulshcd thu rinmcs
In time.
Torn Chltcoltrt sale, which v-ns ud
vcrllnod lor Fobruary tho I nth wrs
rnllml olf on nrrount of thu bad wi
ther. Mr. Chllcotl had n sumptl'iiin
rnnnt prepared nud should thu wea
ther boon fnvornblo thuru would haxu
been food onough to lutva "fed i.iultl
tudpii." Tlio colored women of Miami now
nt- proud of 11 club, which thoy cull
tho 'Friday's Club." Thuy will
curs Africa and other filling subjeMs
In their meeting. Many mmuhoro own
1 1, n s mid It Is said tho niiiilj lli'y
v. II lutiilsh will bu very clniMlu.iiiid
Iluv, Geo. H. Jonos was nt home a
fow days lust wcok & went out again
on Monday to work on nt ircturo
court o.
Thu aid toclcty of Mt. Carnal t;cl
buiy Juit boforo tliU culd iipolt and
clc:u.ud o'f Iho church yurd and nl-
jo w-jlied windows and wood work
In ,!.o chsrcli. Thin will lljihtcn the
'.p : - hou: clu.inlns k'ery (uuts'j no
d( i:
I'iun' Cnlilll of Kan.ias nrrknd In
Mlutv.l last wotk to visit Ins former
heme. At present ho Is httlng In the
(.'! ton homo near town.
.Mrs. John Wnldlu Is (jultu '11 and
Is confluod to hor room; nhu hns
brcnMilnl nllmcnt nnd also ucl.illae
Tl'.a Tuesday club met with MIhh
Edith Miirtenu ut her homo on Fobru
ary 17th.
MI.ih Floaslo Illihop nud Mr. Colo
man Price drove In Sunday and vlf.lt
od In tho formor'a home. They onioy-
0(1 the novelty of walking across the
ilvrr :i tho Icq to tho Cat roll sld.
IL li. jpnrted by n rulutlvoH of WIlUc
c .-man, who liven nt Kuu.uui C.'ty,
Uat l o Is a "happy papa" of a be.ui-
llful ljU'.c duuglitor.
Porliajii no boy In or nbout Miami
has had m ro fun or more falls in
coasting nud boggnn sliding than
has Mr. Louis I...MIe. Though ho linn
scon tlio tnowu of moro than no win
tors, Ihli coasting is u delightful
sport. Ills sled is en dear to him as
tho avorago school boys; oven though
Mr. Mullo bo rhcumntlQ ho saya the
coasting nct helps drlvo thu rhouma
tic Bymptomn off.
Mrs. Tom Minor has about recov
ered from u recent billions spell,
Goo. Taylor Jr., bado a dloti to dull
caro n couplo of days last week and
went Unjjtt) .ICftiisnff 'City, to visJthU
lirothur, g1;i Ta'yfor.
Mm. Jim Allen has- gono onto her
son, Dnvo Vnuemotor, to holp nurso
' I: tits Virginia Vnnemotur, who la
- 'I -vlvh ; -urlfct t'ovor.
Mlhs ln.U IiIbIo U . intorosted
In tho C. & A. railroad and Is enter
tnlulng onu uf Itn asolfltauta this
wed; in her usual clinrmliii: manner.
Llttlo Win. Fisher who hns been
vury sick with pneumonia is Improv
ing iromo ut this time. I.nBt winter
mo iiiiio iciiow uiiirorou nuito a
sovcia spell of tho samo nllmont.
Tho Ico harvest Is affording many
lunula work at this tlmo; most of 1(.
is 0 Inches thick and is clear and
solid. Many woro so eager to put In
overy momont thnt thoy worked on
Sunday to got In their daslrod supply.
Tho rlvor is blocked good and tight
now, ami wagons of express and
freight aro crossing hourly through
tho day,
Mls3 Lola Guthroy wont homo with
her friend, Miss Koso Hardin on lact
Friday and attendod a Valentino pnr
ty ut tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mat
Mrs. Susan Purccll Is proud of u
now grandson recently born to Mr!
and Mrs. Arthur Purcoll ot Kansas
City, Tho baby has been unwed, Iiua-
" ' i
oll Arthur Purcoll.
Tho Christian church mombcra In
Miami nro talking of pulling In duc
tile lights.
Mesdnmos Jno Vanleinnii and Km
mett Solf xnva tholr many frionds n
very happy llmo on Fobruury M.
Thoy Invited St. Vnlentlna who
brought a liuge box of his mnmentuct
In tho form of huurls nnd darts, dra
gons niul tnips nnd nil kinds of romln
dcrn uf the occasion guessing eontestH
games and it salad 4 011 r no were tho
other ullrcclluiia of tho oecnslon.
Mrs. litnlly Gnrnett who Is iiulte
aged and Insists in keeping houso
alouu recently arose one cold morn
ing and tried to build n tiro In hor
stove; i,1h , became numb nud fell tn
tho floor, but llnslly crawled to her
bed, nnd later a kind friend visited
her and found her quite 111 and help
less. Her many kind friends and
noI'dilioM nro making hor comfort
ublo nud sho has rallied and feels
much better ut this time.
8t. Valentino showed thu young
sters n guy time Inst Friday night at
Hut boautlful country Iiuiiih or Mr.
nud Mrs. Mat Fisher.
Virgil Hdmouds, out of our bright
hglh school boys, suddenly I flat his
tinderstnudlng one very cold slick day
Just In front of the post office win
dow. Tho only bnd result was 1,
broken pane of gluss and a llttlo extra
oxortlon on tho part of Virgil to rlso
Mr. Andrew llttnnnkor nnd 2 year
old son return ad to their homo nt
Mmlco, Mo., after enjoying hn S
weoks visit In Mlnml.
Mad.m Rumor Is giving out
points 011 hor bulletin board on the
doings or the young bachelor, who In
sot. 11 to brln a fair brldo to Miami.
The lutpsl point on the Mndnms board
rend that tho prospective groom hnd
vlxlud St. Louis nnd ptirchnsed Ms
household furnltiiru, which no doubt
is artistic In pattern nnd ilMlgn.
Geo. T.iogfilnipyorR friends hoar
Hint ho doosu't Intond to return to
MIhiiiI nil re tin tuts been hauling In
I'arroll county, but thill ho has ship
ped his goods, working Implements
to Springfield, Mo.
Miss Julia lloynr recently wns
made finite hnppy by bulng tho reci
pient of n bnc of largo rip California
urmifefl. sent by her brothers. The
Lox wus doubly appreciated bccauu
It came In tlnm for n birthday.
Mr. Otis Pcmborton wont to Kan
las City Wednesday and rotitruod
loinu tho snmo day. Hu had 00 head
f rattle shipped lo Norton for him
;''i'-i-H'liiy, wlili-h hu had purchnsol
vhil-i In the city. Mr. Juckson of
Manil had two can of cattle shipped
to Norton for hi 111 Thursday.
Mr. J. n. Wilson wns In Marshall
Mrs. John Wall cutartnlncd tho
Wednesday club last week at nn nil
day meeting. At noon Mrs. Wall
served nn osccllant dinner, which nil
enjoyed, and thu Indies also enjoyed a
social day together.
Mrs. J. S. Wilson xaa, sick last
Mrs. Clark, of Marshall, spont last
week with her brother, Mr. J. S. Wil
son nnd family,
Homo of our neighbors filled their
Ice houses Inst week.
Mr. Cclstts Young spont Inst week
visiting old friends hero whero ho
wns raised. Ho Informs us ho ex
pects to go to California soon, nnd
perhaps wilt mako his homo thcro. Ho
hns beon living near Valentine, Nob
rascn. A number o(, relatives nnd friends
from this vnclnlly nttendad tho fun
eral of David Swisher nt Marshall
MIm Alma Swisher spont Sunday
night In Marshall.
Mrs. A. J. Wilson of tho county Is
the guest ot C. W. Downs family,
; threo or four miles south of Marsha'.!.
t She has been there slnca tho news of
, I) II. Down's accident, which occur
red last week nt Newton, Kas.
the pop'ilar means of reaching
practically all points in
North and
Tickets sold by the
Chicago & Alton R.R.
Tho First and Third Tuesdays
ot Each Month
Almost 150 Railroads with which
the Chicago & Alton Railroad con
nects have Joined with us on this
proposition to give the landseck-
er, the visiter, etc., these genuine
transportation bargains.
Call upon or write to
Ticket Agent Chicago & Alton
Railroad, Marshall, Mo.,
for details of fares, conditons and
complete particulars.
17 W
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morses mwe3, vatue, tioas. &neev
sifgd Fan:: Jug implements.
We will have a pub!: z sale at the Dr. Phelan farm, 5 miles southwest of
Marshall and 2 miles ea;t oi .Shr3ckcriord, on
The foilovins described property.
1 pair marcs, roan and bay, car I-. 5 years old, 16 hands high
in foal by draft horse; r,:n.It fcr any one to wor!:.
1 bay marc, 9 years old, in foal to jsck; gentle for women nnd
children to drive.
1 dark biotvn 3 year old c!ui', li 1-2 hands high, btoke to alt
harnecs, will make u fair saddler.
1 bay hcrse, 5 years old, 16 hands high; works in all harness.
1 brown horse, 7 yean oM. 10 hands high ; works in nil harness,
fair saddler. s
1 bay horse, 11 y.a'c aV ; v. jtks in all harness.
1 black horae co't, extra good one.
1 span of rr;re ir.uTes, coming 4 years old, IS 3-4 hands high,
weighs 2,400, good workers; extra good ones.
1 horse and ir.are r. u'.c, 5 years old, 16 hands high; extra good
work team.
1 span ohoree mules, 5 yr"2ll!i?!,?Sf?? ii2b B095l
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
1 6 year old cow with calf by side, can't be best 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, "ds; will make a good milk
cow. j
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.
1 3 year old Short Horn heifer, extra good one; will be fresh in
12 2 and 3 year old Short Horn heifers, will calve in April and
1 fat 2 year old steer; extra good one.
1 bull calf.
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.
0 cws will lamb in March and April.
3 fat wethers, 1 buck.
500 hedge posts.
8 ton of good Timothy hay.
rarmmg implements.
1 good farm wagon. ' f T I : ' l
1 good surrey. ! ' ' j , ' . J
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.
1 set of single buggy harness.
1 caddie and bridle.
1 spray pump. ,
1 cook stove.
Sale Begins 10 a.m. Free Lunch at Noon
Terms Cash.
Auctioneers: COLS. C. P, and HARRY HUDSON, and C J, IRVINE.
Clerks; PA, JONES and RAy HUDSON, '

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