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f AOK KIGITT. MAnsiiATjTi nrcrtniMCAJf :.U II-I-I t tr f il. !- n I rr i x r r Local Ileitis A W 1 I I I I l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l- l-1 V M-l-H-H George Nlcmclcr was up from Nel son Monday on business. B. C. Merrill was up from Sinter Wednesday on business. H. K. Henley wan ovnr from Sweet Springs Haturdny on business. I'nschnl reovlor, of north of town, ha rented his fnrm nnd will move to town on March 1st. Win. Flair and Henry Schluo. o' Hlackburn, were In the city Monday on business. Karl Wltchcr nnd Kdwln IlnrKnr woro up from Shackelford Tuesday on buslnens. Newton llodninn, of l-'ayotlo, was In tho city Tuesday on business and returned Wednesday morning. l'eeebor Hros. confectionery will move March lot to the lluckner build Jnp rorner of l.nfnyetti) nnd Arrow street. Horn, to Mr. nnd Mrs. A. New ton, of Ayres, TueHilny, I'ebrunry 10, an 8-pound-rclrI. 'Dorothy I.co In tint nnnin of tho little plrl. J. H. White, formerly of Marshall, In now lorntod nt Wnro. Toxnn. nnd in , with II. B. Clark nnd family. Mr. White wo ut Hound Hock, Toxnn, lor a while. Miss Viola Mitchell, formerly of Marshall, requests uh to ilmtico the nil dress of hor paper from Clifton, Kns., to Harni'H, Kan. Dr. W. 11. Hlflck went to St. l.oul Saturday night, where he had nil en Itngcmcnt to prenrh nt the First I'ros bytorlan church thuro Sunday. II. II. Ilylnml will have n publlr fnlo of live stock nt bin farm threo miles Noiith of Marshall on Hedallu road, Tuesday, Mnrcli 3d, Jack Mclloborts, who was In Hi. Luke's hospital In Kansas City under koIiik an operation, Ih homo nitnln and about, being much Improved. Mr. and Mm. Bd. Kohl lie, of Dlnck burn, were miosis of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mceum, on C'npltol Illll several days last, week. (loo. AdntiiH will hnvo n publlr Halo of Block nnd farmlni; ImplemeiitH at bin farm 1 miles northwest of Multn Ilond Thursday, March nth. Mrs. Jlrldlo linker, of Iledfleld. Kns., ocndH us her rouownl this week ijnd nays In the letter Hint they now ljnvo a 12-Inch' enow on thu Kround. Frank I.lsotor Bold, Inst week, pro perty on North Allen belonging to Geo. Crockett to Finis lloutrlght. Consideration. $1,000. Mr. lioutrlghl will move his family to tho resldenco In thu near future, Mrs. Ilachel Field and little daugh ter, Catherine, visited tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Klblnr Wednesday. Mrs. Field returned Thursday to her homo hut loft her daughter for n longor stay. Jul II. Iluokor, of near Grand Pass was In Marshall Saturday on buslnois nnd Informed us that Sell Hlbbcrt of hla neighborhood recently sold his 20 aero plucu for $175.00 an ncro to Les ter DeMoss, who will reslilo on It. F. M. Twilling recently sold his confectionery nnd bakery on west North streot to Ills brother, J, F. Twilling and C. h. Bnnls, who will continue tho business. Mr. TwIIIIiik will movo to his fnrm In March. . - .. Jli.llJjLi A At, I'nueruon, or HiiacKoi.'orci, was In-Manmnll Mondaj anil 1 tain that he hail just retumodfrom Kan sub city, where ho vlsltod Joe 1'lourd, formerly of this county, who It wa reported hud all his fingers cut off In an accident, but Mr. Patterson In formed us that Mr. IMourd'H lingers wero only severely cut nnd that ho will recover the u&o of them, Tho members of tho Sudlo Duck land Missionary Society of tho First "Presbyterian church wore delightful ly entertained at the homo of tho Misses Vuwter on Frlduy ovenlng Hisses Lottlo Stewart, loin Vawtcr and Mrs, Desslo Tegler, being tho hostesses, A delicious two course supper was served after which a ntnn her of very onjoyablo valentine tnno vatlons woro indulged in among thorn being a wheel of fortuno, valentine Vox SJid plorclng tho heart wth an arrow. Miss Stewart was voted tho blue ribbon for the witty limericks or roasts wrJtten on tho various mom tiers of the society, This society Is com nosed of the younger women of '-'the congregation and Is a nnmoaako rr r . . -Mt'.ilAm Sadie Duckland, who wan tho mwlMr'! MMumfmr'niV i uow on the for i '1 fin iUM 1 Korea. QUIT TUB .11)11. Our friend, Obed Noble, must hnvo (Ult tho wenther forccnstliiB business, us he has been "nihility senrso" of late On Monday, January "Cth ho made n blc prediction for tllrco weeks, claiming there would be In Hint time no tero weather, four-fifth of the time rolil to moderate uud out or two wnrm day. Wo "kept tab" on Mr. Noble and found thero wns Mime zero wenthy, nnd also nome snow nnd wind which he overlooked. Hut wo don't doubt that he can do nn well n tho next weather oxport and ii he Is honest ttbout It we're itili;hty Kind to net his forecast!!. S. C. Mlchoner, of WnshoiiRnl, WiifIi., formerly of Murshnll, sends uh IiIh renewnl tlih wek nnd states In the letter that he nnd Mm. Mlchencr like to henr from Marshall every week throtiRh tho columns of tho Itopulillcnn. He says tho weather hns been very wet nil winter but tint very cold; t lint It has rained three fourths of the Unto fur C weeks. Mr. Mlrhrnor NnyH thut his wife has been troubled with neurnlcla thin winter. A 111(1 KIM). . Mcltoberto ft. Chnfreo uru bulldlnR ono of the blKKOMt silo In the state for .1. B, lllnukhuru In the southeas tern milmrlm of .Murshnll. II will hnvo n rapacity of nboiil fiOO tons, be f-tl t..nl ....! Mil I. .ll.IMitll.lt I" ' ",h " ";"' """"" " " lug. ISAIIM' IIIMtT It has been currently reported in our city In thu past day or two Hint It. II. Downs, n former citizen of B:i lino nnd Marshall had beuu killed In u riuinwny ncctdent. Wo ure glnil to nolo tho fact Hint this Is untrue. Mr. Downs has how ever had an accident, In which In wax badly hurt, but a letter received Monday from Newton, Kns., said he un: getting along much better than It was oxpectud. Mr. Downs has been far sumo time running n merchants delivery ut New ton, Kns,, and It was whllu delivering goods that Hid iicclduut occurred. Ho had driven to thu collor.o In thai i lly on Thursday of Inst week to deliver Kroi-i rlen nnd thought ho had hitched his team securuly, but Just an he started In with his goods, tho horses scared nt something and broko away from tho post. Mr. Downs ran In front of them catching hold of the reins, but tho frightened iinlmuls threw him down, and no wim run over by the hr.rtpu, nnd nlso tho wa gon. Ills hip 'v. as badly hurt nnd It was fonrod'at' first T"hnt Ill's Injury might mnko him n cripple for life, hut It Is hoped til aw that hu will recover entirely from It. t UBAI BHTATU THANSFBItS. B. A. Sell to Bdw. W. Wilson, pt. lot r, Henry Add., Sinter, Mo., $1S0. 00. Lot A. Uouxhty to John Wlngfleld, lot R, 111 1c. 3, HudHOiis Add,, city, 1,- r. n in Coo. It. Crockett to C. U. Small pt. lot 10, blk. K, Alexander and S. Add., Mnrshall, JS00.00. W. T. Jackson to W. M. Hcnlson, 100 acres, sec. 1-48-20, $7,000.00. C. F. Oondmnn to Adam and Absa lom Imnn, 20 acres, sec. 1C-51-19. $" 100 00 Chns. W. llrldgos. ot al ttf Ollvor, Slnnet lot .1, blk, 3, Qrandvlow, Slator $120.00. L. E. Campbell to W. D. Townloy, ct nl, 47, acres sec. 14-53-21, $2,300.- 00. Fred M. Twilling to Lot A. Dough ty, lot 9, blk. 3, Hudson Add., City, $1,200.00. Chns. J, Wheeler to II. O, Thayer, lot $10 Bttlo.CGrcclan.tQ.iamc.jQtJ:. blk. 18, Gollego Add., city, $40.00 J.T. Itcttor. toJLloTyd O.jjllchnrd- son, lots 2 and 3, 3rd, Bxt. W. of West Add, Slator, $1,000.00. Chas. Murphy to B. W. Thompson, 100 acres Sec. 21-40-19, $0,000.00 Geo. 11. Crockott to Dollam M. Hoatrlght, pt. lot 3, blk. 2, Allen Sec. Add., Mnrshall, $1,000.00. William C. Nowlnnd to David C. Dennis, 10 acres, Soc. 22-49-21, $400 Tolbort Hlnchcr to Alf. F. Hector, pt. lot 125, B. Marshall, No Consld oration. Bulalla Fell to samo, pt. lot 135, B. Marshall, $10.00. C. P. Williams to Geo. Fowlor, lots 7 and 8, Collogo Add., Marshall, $55 Virgil V. Huff to Charles M. Hold win, lots 3 and 4, blk, 5, Bug. Add. Marshall, Mo., $1,500.00. J. H. Philips to A. Ii. Johnson, 70 acros Sec. 25-52-19, $1,000.00. Rolf Harksdalo to Jas. Ambrose Jot 4, blk. 18, sec. Ex. W. Add., Slater $250,00 John II. Ilrynnt to Jas. A. Spraeue, 20 acres Sec. 9 52-20, $1,350.00 J, Kolth Cloodwlu to J. Q. (loortwln ,ptB. 3, 4, blk. 17, Original (slml, f0,000.00r: 'OFFICIAL RETURNS OF Tllh CITV DBMDCHATIC I'HIM AltV KI.BCTION HBI.D IN MAIN MO., TL'B.SDA V, 1'BII. I7TII. 1st 2nd 3rd Wards 4 th To- r till For Mnyor: B. II. Mitchell 23C For .Marshal: Bd. Mnddox .100 :02 182 12G 745 1IC 81 04 107 1 10 42 120 C2 28 4C 13 1)7 08 113 87 00 123 CI 85 501 33 237 v 82 440 38 2S4 Marlon Thomas 78 For Attorney: W. T. Hellnniy 1 1 1 A. 11. Hoy ... 87 For Police Judge: S. U. Deri; .. 33 21 C 44 y CO 53 72 88 214 G2 33C 289 451 Jan. M. Huff . 48 7( ''2 SI .las. II. AHlnrrst 18 I. J. Kassu.,139 For Assessor: J. W. Hpnrks 81. St 110 05 110 125 7 It. M. Dunn.. 150 For Collector: W. H. Koontz. !)8 .Ins It. Fisher 130 For Treasurer: 45 325 70 424 91 474 34 2C9 A.T.SwlsherJr.135 K. B. flhnrp.. US For Couiicllmnu: C. (?. HiirndH ....211 241 B. H. Peiiibertou....205 205 let Hosu 181... 181 W. II. Welch 126 125 Miijnrltle. Bd. Mnddox 204 W. T. Hellumy I tC Louis J. HiiHsu 22 U. M. Dunn 1G5 James A. Fisher 1)0 A. T. Swisher, Jr 205 KANSAS CITV MAKKBT. 'ihiiI.hIksI by tho Moso I.iiiul Milling Oinipauy, Felinmry IH. Opened Closed Closed WIIBAT Mny .... 88 yesterday -8S S8-4 8 July .... 83 8a 83-484 Sept .... 83 T4 S3 i COUN May .. 07 ft 00 K 05 , 07 t; 00 on; C7 ' 05 July , . Sept .. Homo Market Wheat Corn . ,85 .05 POULTKV MAUKBT. I'liinUhcil by the Nuw VorHurket, I'eliiuiiiy IH. Ileus II L'ggH 20 Turkuys 10 Dueks 0i (lootu ; 08 Stags , 09 Old ruiihters , 05 JBTBIt-IIAINH At tho homo of thu bride's parents (ieorgo C. lliilns nnd wife, six miles north of Sinter, Miss Ilnzul Halus nnd Mr, Percy Jeter, hoii of (loorgo A. Jeter of thu samu nclghhorhood woro married Wednesday, February 18. The wedding guests Included only thu Immediate relatives of tho con tracting parties. The bride woro a becoming tailor made suit of bluo cloth with hat and gloves to mutch uud curried bride's roses. Tho nowly wedded couplo left lm ineuiniuiy niier uio ceremony, wnit-n a'" W B. Wrvoil a uap list Divine of thu county. Miss Bstello (IrlmoH of Mt, Leon- rd pluyed the woddlng march Mr, and Mrs. Jeter wont to Kansas City on thu 10 a. in. C. & A. train and will spend suveral days thero. UNCALIiBI) I'OIt IiBTTBHH Remaining in tho Marshall Mis sourl.pofy.offlco ,Hth, 1.914. ..If apt, called for In, two weeka will bo beuj, tp thu dend letter offlqu nt Wash lni:toi. ,D, )Q. , , , LiidleH Hall, Miss Mary Hill, Mrs. M. A. ' . , Iloguu, Mrs. M. A,. Kuyhlll, Mrs. Joe. Stephens, Mrs. All lo. Trumbo, Mrs. 8. D. , , , ,, Whlto Miss Hortonso. ('enUenicii. , Conrad, Leo. Davis, Uros. printers. Green John H. Green Woltor, J. Hnndcock, A. M, Lewis Albert. Salland A. J. , Stowart F. C. Union Cnrbldo Sales Co. C. D. HACON P, M, APPOINTBI) CUSTODIAN. B. D. Clawson, for eight yoars Janl tor of our high schooL wnb the sUfc cessful candldatb for custodian of tho new government building. There vuro 21 candidates nnd ho was poliitn abovo his noxt competitor In the examination, , B. A. Hogan will be Mr. Clawuou'a assistant, CURRENT EVENTS The first real winter weather of tho year was experienced during tho past week. A snow storm and cold wavo extended from thu Itocky mountains to tho Atlantic ocean. Tho blizzard was especially fccveru In tho east. Said to bo thu worst that has visited New York eliiL-o tho memorable ono of 1888. Springfield, Mo., voted not to adopt tho commission form of city govern ment at an election held last week by n substantial majority, The defeat of thu proposition Is attributed to the labor vote. This was the second elec tion on tho proposition within nix months. Tho MMsourl Supremo Court over ruled thu motion for rchcnrlng In iho lumber cases nnd rofimed to modify the sentence. Blovcn companies must .pay tho statu $375,000 In fines and leave Missouri and 13 others must pny $01,000 In fines or tiiillo thu state. Tho companies nru still mnkltiK mi effort to have tho Judg ment modified so as to permit them to roinnln In Htnto during Rood be havior and. to havu thu amount of the fines reduced. Andrew Curucglu has set oaIiIo n fund of $2,000,000, thu Incutno from which Is to bu used by tho churches of America In nn effort to bring nbout universal peacu. Tho Income will bo $100,000 and a bonrd composud of bishops, pastors, priests nnd rabbis from many denominations will havu mtrol of It. Thu fund Is Invested In per cent United States Steel Cor poration bonds. Thu Federal (lovortimciit Is pinn ing to Join hands with thu State of Ohio In an effort to wrest millions In taxes from John 1). Rockefeller, nc- ordlng to dlspulcheii from Cleveland. Thu (fovcrnmoiit claims Hint $3,000,- OOn Is due as mi Income tnx. M tho meeting of Progresslvo irty leaders of Now York Statu Thursday, tit which tho plan to noin inntu Theodore Hoosovolt for Gover nor of New York wore discussed, rheodoru Douglas Hobblnson, u nop- huw of thu former president, was uskod If' ho thought Col. Roosevelt oiild run for Governor. "Run? Yes, ho would run for anything from oustublu up," ho replied. Augustus Octnvlus Hncou, United Status Senator from Georgia for, near ly nineteen years und chairman ot thu Forolgu Relations Committee hIiico tho ascendancy of tho Democratic party died In a hospital In Washing ton City Inst Saturday after nn Ill- ess of ten days. Ho wns tho first United Status Senator elected by dir ect vote of tho pcoplo under tho Sev enteenth Constitutional amendment. Ho wns born In Drynn county, Geor gia, October 20th, 1839.' Tho suit of Mrs. Mlnnlo B. Ilond against Senutor Thomas P. Gore, ot Oklahoma, Is under way nt Oklaho ma City. Mrs. Hond uskH $50,000 for an alleged attack upon hor by tho blind Sonator In a Washington hotel room, whore, alio alleges, she had gone to talk to tho Senator nbout ob taining Fodornl employment for her husband. Goro charges Hint tho caso is a political conspiracy. Tho evid ence so far produced tends to show that It was a "frame up" as charged by tho defendant. Tho pair of pistols carried by Geor- go Washington during tho Revolu tionary war, were sold In Washington at auction last weok for $4,000. Tho buyor gavo his uamo as Staploford, Tho weapons nre 15 Inches long, with brass barrels and silver mountalngs "Gen. Washington" Is engraved on onch weapon. Following tho cxamplo of her fath or nnd mother In ending their own Uvea, Miss Alma Zimmerman, 32 years old, leaped from thu top of u 15-story building In Kansas City last week. 'HclatlvcH could assign no caiiBo for tho woman's act. The building from which sho leaped Is In tho heart of tho retail district and many witnessed her npoctacula plungo. Her mother hanged herself In 1001 and her father shot himself while a gueal in n Oram! Junction Colo,, hotel In 1908. A midair collision between a bl plane and a monoplane over tho noro domo at Johannlsthal, GotTiauy, last weok, causod tho death of an aero student nnnioj Degncr, who was mak Ing his first Independent light and the serious Injury of Llout, Lconhard Of tho German Army' nnd Gerhard Sodlmaycr, The student was In tho biplane and crashed into Hie. other Marshall, Mn. TUB. STOKE THAT SELLS WOOLTGX WINTER COATS Could you use ii nlee coat for yoursolf or daughter uud pny only half price for it? machine. Henry Vallmcr, a Democrat, was elected to Congress to succeed tho lato I, B. Pepper, of Iowa, by 1,500 plurality last week. Tho Republican candldnlo ran second nnd tho Pro- grcsslvo third. Tho election is nald t(J bo vory gratifying to President VIUon, who mndo a personal appeal to hnvo his administration sustained. Father Hans Schmidt, tho former Now York priest, who wns convlctod of tho murder of Annla Aumucllor, wns sentenced, Inst wcok, to die in thu electric chnlr during tho week of Mnrcli 23. After spending two hours in thu tombs with Schmidt, his attor ney wired Schmidt's mother In Ger many, saying: "Do not worry. Your sou will never go to tho electric rbnlr." Writing in thu current Issue of the Saturday Bvuulng Post, formcrgPro sldcnt William II. Taft, under the heading, "Tho Future of tho Republi can Parly," praises President Wilson for Hid way ho ban maintained party dlsclpllno nnd nays Hoosovolt Is "mov InG towards Socialism as certainly as water runs down hill." Ho says the nmnlKumatloii of tho Republican and Progresslvo purlieu Is Impossible, but hu says many who hnvo supported Roosevelt will return to tho Republi can "party. It Is believed that the 50 or more pinsengurs, among thorn nlno Ameri cans, who were aboard tho panslngor train Hint wns destroyed In tho Cum bro tunnel In Chlhuuhun, Muxlco, are nil deud. Tho pansongor train rati Into the tunnel ut full sliced nnd crushed Into n burning freight train thut had boen pushed Into tho tunnel b'-OjslllI(l'n,bnndUn. Falling earth and rock nnd' gnscs In tho tunnel mado rcscuu work Impossible. Ono of thu most striking ovonts of tho near future will ho If it takes pinto n flight iicrosH Hie Atlantic In nn eroplnne. At lenst ono mnchlno Is lining built for tho purpose Tho trip, it Is expected can ho accomplish ed from Newfoundland to Ireland In slnglo day. TRBATMBNT Oh' SBBI) OATS ily U. II. Hutchison. house smut of oats Is n funi;ous dUeahu ot thu out plant which causes joiIoiib loses to this crop. This dla- u. .u is very noticeable after the jdunts IiurIii to head, tho (lowers ot (nlocted plants being ulmout com pletely replaced by u mass of fine, black, dusty sporeu. v Oat smut may bo provontod by soaking or sprinkling tho seed thor- ughly with some solution which will kill tho spores without Injuring thn seed, Tho most common solution used Is formalin and tho treatment Is mado as follows: Mix ono pint of commercial form ullu with 40 or 50 gallons of wutor In barrels or other couvonlont vcssols mmorsu thu oats In this solution, stirring wull bo that all will bo thor- Ouiihiy souked. Four off tho solu Hon, dump tub oat's but hud stir' oc casionally uWtll'Mfyi'1 A'liolher in'6 thud'emWtf'ls'ioBprlriklb HiU 6ats with the solution until they1 arei'Vell soaked, and then heap the'iii' ul in a pllo and cover with blankurs or sacks, Leave them In this pllo for flvo or six lours, or oven over night, and then ipreud out to dry. Stir froiuently until thoroughly dried, after which they may ho Backed and sot usldo un til seeding time, Formalin may bo obtained from any drug store. Machines for treating oats and wheat for smut are on tho market. In theuu tho grain Is pusscd through (utile containing thu formalin solution uud then dumped out on tho floor to dry. Such machines uru not oxpou dive and aro vory satlsfactor&i l'cimullu Is poisonous, but' In this vcak solution It will not lujuro the hands and Is perfectly satu to handle Ulnn I Iw. 1 1 .mini lllnn annl.1l.. outs thus treated that aru not needed fo,r, soQding may, attor thorough dry i)g and airing, bo safely fed to stock Miss VrgIo Jones, a high school pupl catno in Monday morning from Nauton": alio spent her wcolt end vo cation, at -her homoln that neighbor head, , . . , , Lao. Humana, Mnc ' . .... .. . . (. vi A First Whisper of Spring We cordially invite you to come and inspect tne New Suits, Coats and; Dresses for Spring They are more beautiful than ever before Home Hotter. Wo learn from Dr. John It. Hnll that W. P. Dickson who has been critically ill at bin country home ,soulh of mnhMf , Bomuwiint lm . , , ,,, ,, ,.., . Dr. Robert Sloan a special!! from Kan sas City has been hero this week to :ee Mr. Dlckoon. n SLOAN'S LmiMENT relieves rlicumntlsm quickly. It ntlmulntcs the circulation in stantly relieves stifTucis and soreness of muscles and joints. Don't rub It jiciictratcs, RhiumdUtn NTcr ruiumoJ "I sm ft trnTclllnir mnn nml nlxnit ono r-ni nito I wim IaM up with thmmdtbm nnd could not walk. AfikmlrrroinminililSloiiir Unlnicnt nml tlx iiiofiilnc nrlcr I uwl It my Ictice wn nil O.K. nnl It In rcrcr Nitlirml mo ulnrc. I nlwni keep four l.lnlmrnt In llio buuta and cnti' II llli tuo uu tlio tod."-Jf. iaotmi a. Ilarur, ikUaJtlflita. J'a. Rheumatism Neuralgia Sllffnf.i VanUheJ I oufrcretl Willi nn nwful ntlfrnrm In my lre. Tlint nleht l eao nY In n fowl rubUnc with Sloan' t Jiilmciit nnd Ixllco me, nett Morning I could Jump nut ot I lmo bffii iiipllrtt wljli n Imtllo ejrr luce.""'' ilvur vftlimelumr, N. II. Sprained Anile RtlUreJ "I wm III for a long llrno with nurrcrelr pralued nnUo. I tot Uitlle of Slnnn'i Unlment and now I nm nlilo to l about ami can walk a (Teat ileal. I wrlta IliU lieeauiia I think von ileienro ft lot of cratl. It for puttlnir aueli n lino Unlment on Urn mnrket nnd I almll olirnyn take tline.to recomineiKl Dr. Sloan Lltiluienl." " Lhiuut IUiu4efllalUmre, Md. Slo.tn's Liniment gives a grateful acnalton of comfort. Good for uprnlni, ncurnlgln, ioro throat and toothache. Uioitnow. At all Dealere.SSe., EOe. and 11.00 Send fur Sloan' free book on bono. AddreM Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc. DOSTON, MASS. Public We will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the Chas Niemeir farm, 7 miles north of Nelson, 2 miles south of Hardeman and 3 1-2 miles west of Arrow Rock, on Friday, February 27th, 1914, Mules, Horses, Cattle, Hogs ard Farming Implements. Sale Begins at 10 a. m. sharp- Dinner will be served by the Arrow Rock Ladies' Cemetery Club. NIEMEIER BROS., and J. L. REITH. COL .HARllY HUDSON, 0U."I I , li : j ' ujitlfnD ' As I have decided at public auction, at my farm, 4 miles south of Mt. Leonard, 9 miles north of Sweet Springs, 3 miles northeast of Elmwocd, Mo., on Monday, Feb. 23, 1914, a lot of Mules, Horses, FarmingHmple- ments and Household Goods. See Large Bills Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp maHaaaaaaMaagauaaaaanMaaiaaaaaaaMaaaaHaaaaBn Dinner served at noon by the ladies of Elmwood M tth dist Church. - Ter.ns mado Known onfday of sale. GEO. B. SEIBERT. Co). John Logtdon & M ANN IXU-MO W IIINBY At tho recorder's offlco Friday, February 13 ut 9:30 n. m., Mr. Wm. Manning nnd .Miss Bthcl Mowhlncy wore married. Judge Ashurat officia ting. ' Tho couplo woro from Hickory cdunty nnd returned to their hbrno today. Sale! Terms Cash Auctioneer. 'I U to quit farming I will sell for Particulars Son, Auctioneers. V ( 'I