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NUM1JEH 10. VOLUMK TWENTY-TIIKKE. MARSHALL SALINE COUNXV MISSOURI FIUIAY FKHRUAKY i!7, 101-1 DEATHS A TltlllUTK. Again tho death nngol lias entered our midst and removed from nmong us ono who will bo sadly missed and docfl mourned by a host of relatives and friends ono whoso Ufa's olm roamed to bo to go about doing td, ona whoso disposition was genial, whos9 friendship was loyal, whoso lovo fot his family nnd friends v.ns exceptional and whoso faithfulness lo dtity In all walks of llfo was such ns wlil always be cherished nnd remem bered by all thoso who know and lov ed htm best. OUr dear heavenly Father In rai ling up hlghor, our doar friend nnd neighbor, Mr, Hi Frank Hess, has Riv en to him Hint blessed Inheritance promised to all Ills children, though It has loft sorrownlg loved ones hero, who will sadly mourn tits tors and miss his tender loving ministration". Uoccnsed had been reared frour childhood In this community and though called from this llfo In t ho vory prime of his manhood, ho lesvos tho imprint of his personality over tho ontlro community. Tho minister, Ilav. A. Storllng.who enmd from Jefferson City to conduct tin tunnral Borvlccn paid a beautiful tribute to tho llfo of our brother who had lived In tho church, and tho largo Conccurso of friends gathered nt tho ckiirch to pay tho last sad trHmlo to his memory, Indicated tho high ruto dm in which ha was hold not onl In till own noitrhl'orhood but for miles uroil A. to tho bereft wlfo and two little children and tho relatives who wora tudrttst and dearest, is extended tho heartfelt sympathy of their many frl ends, who would point them for com tort lo rno who (.aid: "hot not your heart to troublofl, I will como Again." May the Goo J hltcphord lead thoin saf.i)' In tho path that loads to llm A FRlENp. sins. JOHN MILLER. , i 1 I At. 7:30,. p. n., Alojuirty, February 23, Mrs. Null la Miller aged 30 years Wlfo of John Mlllor, passod away nt her homo on South Hodman after n brief illness of only a fow hours. Sho wm tukun with a chill about 3 a. m Mpnday but sho was unwilling-to havo a physician cnllod and It was 8 o'clock baforp Doctors Harris and Connoll who attondod wora called; sho grow worse rdpldly nnd died nt tho time stated above of on Intornnl homorro uage, Tho docoasod was tho daughter of Austin Smith nnd wlfo, who Uv in tho Elruwood neighborhood nnd was born and roared In,. Saline; oho was married to tho surviving husband in 1907, and tho couplo caruo to Mar shall and havo mado this tholr homo since. Two girlB, ouo olght and tho other two years old survlvo tho moth or. Throo slstors and thrco brothers also survlvo: MrsNLuthur Jumos, Mrs Delia Muehlor and Miss Laura Smith Charles Hugh aud Austin Smith Those rolatlvos nro all hero. Tbo mo thor catno on tho hummar Monday evening, orily a short tlmo after tho demise of lliu daughter. Tho father is in fedblo health and was unublo to como. Tho wlfo, daughter and ststor who is so dqoply mournod was woman ly and good, and a dovqtod wlfo nnd mother, bef chief plcnsUro bolng In tho hflQ0 Jifo, andtnll, who know her lovpdiuor for hejntnaUy, amlablo trattB of 'cUiractor, The sympathy of a largo ctrclo of friends s extended to the bereaved husband, children and relatives in this, their hour of great sorrow. The fpnoral took placo at PIs gah church In the Elmwood neighbor ibd and tho burial will bo in tho 1Mb gah" cemetery. Tho remains wore taken to tho hdtno of tho parents Wednesday morning and roraalned there until the hour for tho funeral 1 p. in., whon they wcro taken to tho ptjijjrch. A( nunibpr of frlonds from liprt' accompany tha romalns and relieves to tho place of burial. WM. 11UIUC LYNCH wm, jjurk Lynch aged 40 years passed away at his home on South Denton Monday, February 23 at 7:30 Pi m. after a lingering illness of can cer, The, deceased had been sick for a year or two but was not bedfast un tit about two months ago, and for a day or two past has been In an un conscious pondltiop. The .funeral took placo "Wed' Rtday from tlio residence at 2:3Q p a.; aad the burial was at Ridge i-i. v- L Mr, Lynch was a mombor of tho ad vent Christian church and a minister of that denomination will conduct tho funeral, Itov. II. D, Fllmoro of Alcxsls, III.; ho arrived today. Tho deceased was tho son ofHhol lato Win. Uurk Lynch for whom Ik was named nnd was bora in Saline county. Ha is survived by wlfo and flvo children, two girls Jcsslo nnd Su san, thrco sons: Wm. Uurk Jr., Tho mas J. and John Atwood. Thrco halt brothers also survlvo: John Lynch of Sweet Springs; Horry and Will Aul- gur of this city and Lowis Marshall of Slater. Thoso living at a distance will 1)0 hero to attend tho funeral. In tho passing of Mr. Lynch tho county nnd Marshall havo lost a good citizen, tho family a devoted husband and father and tho religious faith ho espoused n faithful adherent. Undertaker Parts Walker had chnrgo of tho funeral. MRS. .101 : It. DAVIS. Mrs. Olllo Davis aged about 10 years, wlfo of Joo 1). 'Davis, dlod Tucs- lay morning, February 24 nt 10 a. m. of cancer of tho breast. Sho had been sick for sovoral years, nnd for tho pnst fow mouths lias been confined to her bed. Sho Is survived by tho husband and sovon children. Tho do tensed was n Miss Adams, tho daugh ter of tho Into J. I. Adams and dlod nt tho homo In which sho was born In tho Naptoti neighborhood. Her mother and a sister, Miss Mattle Adams nlao flvo nt tho old homo place. Tho death of Mrs. Davis lakes from tho homo n loving devoted wlfo .uid mother nnd from tho community good neighbor nnd friend. The1 slneurrst sympathy Is ixtondod to thu bm-'iu'd family. elizaiieth urton. At tho homo of tho parents Mr. Irvln Urton nnd wlfo, two and ono half miles southwest of Mt. Leonard, i-.iizauotn urton, ngo twelvo years and three months, tho third daughter of tho household dlod Thursday, Fob ruary 10th nt 1:30 n. m. Her Illness wns very brief, sho had noon complaining and was absent ... . i from, school two .wooka but up play Ing around and was seemingly very much bettor; sho was drawing and working arithmetic sums for tho oth-1 or chlldron at 8 o'clock Wednesday I night. Elizabeth nnd her older sister retired as usual and In a vory short tlmo tho parents hearing an unusual nolso nnd going to her bod found hor unconscious. Dr. ntchnrt of Illack- burn was called and pronounced It appoplexy. Tho funeral took placo nt tho Dlackhuru Christian church Saturday February 21 nt cloven o'clock. Tho sorvlco wub conducted by Itov. Mr. Down, and was beautiful, his com fortlng talk was a solaco nnd help to tho bereaved parents and near rela- lives. The niackburn Sunday school did everything to mako tho sorvlco com - ploto and Impressive. Tho nowly mado grnvo wns covorod with flowora a. to- ken of tho puro llfo, Hint had Just end od. Thoso from a dlstnnco who attend- od tho funeral woro J. T. nishop of Sodalla; C. n. Urton of Fayotto, who Is nttondlng Central College; Miss Bla Fay Urton, who is nttondlng school ut Warrensburg stnto normr.i; Mrs. J, H. Datley nnd aon, W. D., and Mr. Frnyvol Urton. WM. LUCAS, Wm. Lucas, GG-ycars-old, (col, n dlod nt his homo In Penny vlllcFebJ runry 17th. HurlaV was at1 FWriis Crcok last Friday. Tho wlfo' of Lucna dlod Just ono week previous to that of tho husband. ALLIE IJItOW.V. Alllo Drown, wlfo of Davo Drown (col.) died at hor homo In Kansas City, February 19, and was burled at Miami the 20th. Tho remains woro brought to Marshall and tnkon over land to Miami on account of tho river I being frozen avor at Miami, WILSON IIUCKNKlt. Wilson Qucknor, an agod colorod citizen of Marshal, died at his home on corner of Vest and Brunswick last Friday at 4 p. m. Ho has bean un - ablo to work alnco last summer. With the roturn of tho Reginal Dank" Commlttoo to Washington, laBt week, active work bpgun on tbo do- flnttlon of goographlo, limits of Its re- serve districts and tho adoption of pities for the banks,, It is goneraly understood in Washington that banks will be stabllsbed in New York, Chi- cago and St, Louis, which aro reservo Gsatera under present cenditious, FAItltlH-MULLIN.H. On tho evening of February 1C, 1014, thero occured n beautiful wed ding at tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. W. 1. Mulllns near Miami, when their 4th daughter, Miss Dovlo, becama tho wlfo of Mr. Karl Farrls, of Doonvtllc, Mo. Kcv. Hnrrctt of tho Miami Mo- thouist church performed tho cere-' tnony In his usual impresstva manner. Tho brldo who is noted for her pretty faca and sweet disposition looked lovely in whllo mcssallno with net overdress. The groom was at his best in n suit of conventional black. Itc has been nctlng ns engineer on tha sting bont, "Missouri" nnd It Is said ho is vory industrious nnd is worthy of his fair bride. Mr. Uoyd Mulllns, a cousin of tho brldo was "best innn" whllo Miss draco Kristin, a closo fri end, wns brldo's mntd. After congra tulations nnd n brief glnnco nt ( thu beautiful gifts, tho wedding party wns Invited to pnrtnko of n very sumpt ions feast. Next daysthoy woro ten dorcd n reception nt her uncles home, and ut night n ball nnd flno supper wns glvon nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Krllgcr. After tho wedding festivities wcro over tho happy couplo departed for tholr homo nt Hoonvlllo, carrying with them "showors of blessings" from their scores of frl ends. RAHH-PITTMAN. Enimott Harr, son of John Harr. nnd Miss Itosnllo Pitman, -daughter of Fred Plttman, wcro united In mar- rlago Tuesday, February 24, at nlno at Catholic church nt Shnckolford. Father Monuy officiating. Ilrldo woro n plum colorod tailored suit tint nnd gloves to match. Tho groom wora tho conventional blnck, Tho wedding Mnrch was played by Mrs. Will Hor- rlgan, of Blator. Tho happy couple loft Immediately after tho coromony for Marshall, whero they look tho Flyer for Kansan City. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Newton Hollywood, Marshall; Edith Pace, Marshall John J. Desmond, Marshall; Anna Hello Perkins, Marshall Emmet llnrr, Shackelford;: Ilosaloo rmmnii, .Mann uenu. Chns, Hutcherson, Armstrong;, Kit zaboth Whlto, Armstrong, Percy Mnltlnud, Slater; Hazel H. NuIiib. Slater, Homer Taylor, Hlnckhilrn; Francos Hoss, Illnckbtirn. PATHETIC PLEA FOIt CHILDREN. Word of ClmrlrM Klnirsley Worth Heeding by Every Man nnd Worn mi of Any Worth. Do not docolvo yoursolvcs about tho llttlo dirty, offensive chlldron In tho street. If they bo offensive to you, thoy nro not to him that mado them. "Tnko hood that yo dosplso not ono of theso llttlo ones: for I say unto you Hint In heaven tholr nngols 1 do always behold tho faco of my fnth- or which Is in heaven." Is there not In ovory ono of thorn, bb in you, tho light that llghtcth every man that romoth Into tha world? And know you not who that light 1b, and what I ho said of llttlo children? Thou tnko heed, I say, lest you desplso ono of theso lttlo ones. Lston not to tho Pharisee when ho snya: Except tho llttlo child bo convortod, and bocomo ns I am, ho shall In nowleo cntor into tho kingdom of heaven. Hut listen to tho volco of'hlm who know what Is in man, when ho snld: "Except yo bd'eonvofted, yo shall not enter Into Clio k'jngdom,'of heaven!'" TheVrBOiils arif Hko" tholr' b6d!6s, n6t por'foct, but beautiful enough nnd fresti'enough to shame anyorio' who shall dnro to look down upon them. Tholr souls nro llko tholr bodies, hlddon by tho ruga, foul with tho dirt of what wo mtacall civilization. nut tnko thorn to tho nuro stream, strip off tho ugly, shapo- loss nigs, wash tho young limbs again land you shnll find thom, body and soul, fresh nnd lithe, grateful and capablo capable of how much God alono who mado them knows. From Charles Klngaloy's Addroaa on Hum an Soot OUT OF COAL. Tno Missouri Qbb and Electric Sor v,eo company has boen short of gnu conI nt tho gas plant slnco Monday and as a result tho usors of gas havo peon greatly inconvonlencod ,. Mis B0U"' coal was trlod but It mado such nn offensive odor that It had to bo aandouad. Mfrtager Harnardi;haa nd tt car of Pennsylvania hard coal tho road sovoral daya but, for some unknown reason it did not arrlvo as scheduled. A car arrived Thursday, which relcaved tho sltuatloa very 'much, A NATIONAL . HIGHWAY In an intorvlow sent through i the malls lo newspapers In lo.vhs : along tho proposed National Old ' TrallB highway, Judge J. M. : Lowo today pointed out tho fact that so far hack an President Monroe and Jackson, statesmen realized tho national obligation to crcato just such a road nq Is advocated fly the National Old Trails Hood Association. Tho bill of Congressman Shackelford which already hnn passed tha Ilouso of Representa tives ho bellevcB will effectually .defeat tho of forts that havo been mado by truly patriotic citizens and dlscournga tho local road building spirit, If tho Senato ad opts It In Its present form. "Doth Monroe nnd Jackson hold tenaciously to tho policy of appropriating tho National rovon- : ties to National purposes only," : Judgo Lowo declares. "Monroo In reversing u former con elusion, ntntes that n more thorough study of tho wholo subject had, con vinced him Hint Congress had tho right to npproprlnto tho National re venues to National, not State, dun crnl, not Local, purposes, und that this shofild bo tha settled policy of tils administration. And It was. Andrew Jackson, when vetoing1 bill appropriating the National rev enues to the building of thu northern cud of tho Old Wilderness Iloiid lead ing from Loxlngton, Kentucky, to Maysvllle, adlstanco of about 'sixty miles quoted tho langungu of Prcsl dout Monroo na sustaining his own vto, to-wit: "That Congress could rightly np proprlato tho National revenues b roads of general, not local, National not Stato, bpnoflt, whereas, tho part of tho road sought to bu Improved by Mr. Clay's bjll, was purely Ideal, and not of any general, or Natlonni bene fit. "This Is undoubtedly tho correct principle, nnd It ought to forbVcr imt nt rest schemes nnd subtorfu'goH "for appropriating tha Nntlonnl revenuos to matters of local arid Stato concern only. 1 "President Jackson said further, In spooking of Mr. Clay's rond: "It has no connection with any established system of Improvements; it Is exclus ively within tho limits or a Stato, starting at u point on tho Ohio river and running out sixty miles to nn In terior town, and oven as far as tho Stato Is Interested, conferring partlcal instead of gcnbral advantages. "Although many of tho Stntes with laudable zeal and under tho Influ ence of nn onllghtened policy, aro suc cessfully applying separate efforts to work of this character, tha dcslro to enlist tho nid of tho General Gov ernment in tho construction of such aB, from tholr nature, ought to de volve upon it, aud to which tho Indi vidual States aro inadequate, Is both rational nnd patriotic. And If that doslro Is not gratified now, it doesn't rollow that it nover will bo. Tho gonernl Intelligence of the public spirit of tho American pooplo furnish a suro guaranty that ut thu propor tlmo this policy will bo mndd to pro- ..ll L ' ' . an uuuur virtuintsmucuB mora nuspi cious 10 wns succossiui prosecution than thoso which now oxlst. "Ho stood for a System of 'National Highways, and states In his veto tries- sago that If thu local Maysvlllq and. LAjAiiiBiun i-iko nan noen a iinii or part of such n System ho would havo approved it. "On March .3, 1837, tho vory last day of his last Administration, hotap provod an appropriation to contlnu.o tho construction of tho Old Cumber land (National) Hoad, n National Highway built and maintained by tho uovornment, and supported by every administration from Joffcrson'a ,in 1800 to 1837." Dr. n: P. C.Hvllson oKd'Atte City, tho nowly appointed superintendent of tho Missouri Colony Is hero to io main permanently, nnd will enter upon his work Sundny,March 1st. nov. Mr. PItcalthley of Kansas City Mo., will hold services aUTrlultyEplx scopal church on Thursday, February 20th, 1914 nt 7130 o'clock p. m and will , inlstM- early communion on Friday Morning, Fobruary. 27th, !2t fx ' i FAKE CHARITIES. Deputy John Illgglns went to Kan sas City Saturday night nnd arrested C. V, Utter for "boating" his board hilt at tho Huff hotel. Utter was In Marshall Inst week trying to raise funds for an orphans homo In Kansas City of which ho claimed ho was au thored to solicit money for. De puty lti :glns Investigated tho matter Whllo In tho city nnd found that tho home had not authorized nny ono to solicit money In Marshall. A num ber of our citizens contributed money for this causu nnd no doubt will bo pleased to learn where their money went. Utter was brought to Marshall nnd Is out on n $800.00 bond to nppenr nt tin March term of criminal court. There Is hnrdly n week that goes by that somo ono docs not appear In Marshall soliciting money for some more or less questionable Institution Whllo many of these people may bp nil right, wo believe that nny ono who Is allowed to solicit funds here should bo authorized by our board of chari ties. entertained. A crowd of young folks all gather' cd nt thu home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo Chrlsmnn Inst Tuesday night nnd spent a very pleasant uvcnlng. Music and dancing were tho illver;:ns of tho evening. Thosu prexeiit woro ns follows: Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Harnett, Mr. nnd Mrs, Lockrldgc, Mrs. Keys, Mr. Krlvoktitchn, Mr. and Mrs. II. bhlendorf nnd baby, Hcssla Lock ridge, Georgia Curtis, Leo Hogan, Tonv and Ida Kldd. Amulhi nnd So- phln Solomon, Jim nnd Ted Kldd, Edw. nnd Frank Solomon, Mr. White, Jacob Wise, Henry llnyob nnd Her- thorn Illebel. They nil departed At n luto hour, wishing to meet soon nguln. MAIL-OltDEIt COMMANDMENTS. Tho following ten commandments are offered for tho guldauco of cata log housu patrons: I. You shnll Bell your farm pro ducts for cash when ever you enn, but not to us, Wa do not buy from you. 2. You ahull bollovo our state mcnts und buy nil you need from us, because wo want to bo good to you although wo pre not personally ac quainted with you. 3. You shall send tho monoy in advance to glvo us a chanco to get the goods from tho factory with your money; moauwhllo you will havo to wait patiently a few weeks, as that Is our business method. 4. You shall apply to your near est city to. aid you In building good ronds so you can conveniently get the goods from tho depot, for wo do not build country roads. C. You shall buy church bolls and church fixtures from us ami forward tho money In ndvauco, for this Is our business methods, and you shnll col lect from tho business men in your vicinity na much money ns you can for tho bonoflt of your churches, ns It Is ngaliiBt our rules to donato for building country churches. 0, You shall buy your tools from us, and bo your own mechanic In or der to drive tho mechanics from your vicinity, for wo wish It so. 7. You Rhnll Induco your neigh bor to buy everything from ub, as wo havo room for mora money tho less money thero Is In your community, tha sooner wa can put your local mer chant out of business and chnrgo you any price wo please. 8, You shall look otton at tho beautiful pictures In our catalog, so your wishes will Increase and so you will send in a big order, although you aro not In tmmodlato need of tha goods, othcrwlsu you might havo soma monoy left to buy somo neces sary goods from your local mer chant. 0. You shall havo tho merchants v ho repair tho goods you buy from us book tha bills so you can send tho money for his labor to us for new- goods, othorwl80 ho will noi notice our Influpnco. 10. You shnll, in caso of slcknoss or nocd, apply to your local dealor for credit, as we do not know you or care to. Inland Grocor. A llmltod number of young ladles and matrons wore cntortalnod Mon day nftornoon vory happily at one o'clock luncheon by Mrs. II. D. Qulgg at tho administration cottage at the MlBBourl Colony. The tntorosttng at fair was In honor of Miss Flora Craig and Miss Sadto Price Morris of Ar row Rock and MIbs Susan Uarnum of Columbia, who was at homo for a (Week end visit to her father, E, E Uarnum and sister, Miss Lillian. ' Poultry Market. Hens 12o Springs 12c Roosters & Turkeys 16c Ducks 9c Geese 8c Eggs 20c Packing butter 15c HANNAH CITY MARKET Furnished liy tho Mose Innd Milling Company, February ti", III! t. Opened Closed Closed WHEAT yesterdny Mny .... 88 U 88 14 88Ur July .... SIl'j 83 V S3V4K Sept .... 83 -V, 83 8 I S3 ft CORN May .... 00 07 07 4 07 & July .... 07 U 07-ViT; C7Vi- sept .... or. cc t gg Home Market. Wheat S3 Corn 0.'. FAItMHIW AS ADVHHTIVKItS Tho fnculty of tho Kansas ngrlcul turnl college has turned tho spotlight of Its Imagination upon the parcel post und discovered that the mind of man has not yet thought of nil the possibilities for good to tho fnrmcr, which are buried beneath Its surface. The Immediate result of thu spotlight search wus the conclusion that parcel post creates n now relation between tho farmer and tho consumer nnd makes It possible for each to benefit tliereby; for ilia farmer to una market for his produco and thu con suiiier to meet his wants nt thu foun tain of supply without tho services of uny mediator save tho postman. Hut In order to bring these two ex tremes together via tho postal route thu consumer must ba apprised of tho producer. This can best bo achieved by aiherllslng. To this end tho Kan Has collega Is making arrangements to tench farm advertising, that tho farmer who has product which the consumer wnnt may know how to con struct n catchy advertisement for In portion In his home or soma nenrby city paper. Hero is n sample advertisement which might open up a mutually agreeable business arrangement be twecu tho urban and tho suburban dweller: i1v POACHED EGGS Aro nil right for breakfast If they ore not .Jl'ST OUT OF COLD STORAGE. Let mo send you 2 or 3 dozen by parcel post twice a week. My Hens mako n Specialty of tho Poached-On-Toast Variety. Phono 870 Mrs. Plymouth Rock, R. F. D. No. 2. Orpington, Kas. Thus making u bargain to ship1 eggs at stated Intervals, tho farmer1 would havo n steady market ut tho highest prlco and the conoumor fresh ' eggs threo times n day. Thero aro thousahda of city dwellers who would contract not only for thu entire egg production of n farm, but for tho but ter and perhaps a largo amount of poultry. Hy such an arrangement the producer would make not only his profit, but that which Is now going to various Intermediate agencies. Drovers Telegram. Kansas City coal denier cheated a customer out of 400 pounds of coal by weight and was filled $50, whllo a poor devil who stole 350 pounds of coal from a yard in tho same city, In order to keep warm, was-given two years In tho penltontlnry, and his needy family loft to struggle on with out him as best thoy could. Isn't that a typical cxamplo of our falso Idea of Justice? Missouri Valley Farmer. For making1 quickly and per fectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for Dr.PRICE'S CREAM Baking Powder MUE FROM UUKS xy Ymmrm tkm Stmmtmr AMONG OUR FRIENDS Tho following names nra now sub scribers or rcnowuls during tho past week: 1. Lcsllo H. Foster, Gilliam. 2. Henry Lclmkuehler, II. G, Slat er. n I. G. II. Lovercamp, Blackburn. Mrs. J. II. Charleston, Denver, L. W. Lcilom, Lano, Kas. J. M. Clark, Douds Leando, Colo. 0. Iown. 7. S. J. Reynolds, Prcscott, Ark. S. It. S. Iltch, II. 3, Miami, Mo. !). H. O. Allen, Jollet, Mont. 10. E. E. Ilarnum, city. It. Chns. Simmons, H. C, Sweet Springs. J 2. C. E. Mltchcncr, Malta Hcnd. 13. C. L. Axeman, Sweet Springs. 1 1. T. E, Mitchell, city. If.. Harley Spnngler, city. 10. J, S. Copcland, It. 4, city. 17. Miss Stella Montgomery, city. 18, JnB. E. Dnvls, city. 10. John Stcffcns, Sweet Springs. 2n. J. II. Easthnm, Kansas City. 21. Albert Zahl, II. 4, Enid, Okia. 22. J. W. McMahan, It. 2, Versail les, Mo. 23. W. L. Peace, Miami. 2 1. Mrs. Julln Dunlca, Nelson. 2.,. John II. Stipes, II. 4, Slater. 20. O. W. Vaught. It. 3, city. 27. Andrew Wlttmnn, n. 6, city. 2S. Jas. Krlvokucha, It. 1, city. 20. T. I). Hrown, it. C, city. 30. Jesse -Van Winkle, Norton. 31. Mrs. Martha J. Chancy, R. 2, city. 32. Mrs. Andy Hrownlce, Nelson. 33. Mrs. N. E. Lcdom, Lano, Kas. P.I. Mrs. .Mary Dean, II. 3, city. S.'i. Geo. J. Flair, 11. 2. Malta Ucrd. :ii. J. W. Huycs, Fayette. Mo. John Wlugflold. city. 3S. W. M. Spencer, Shac.'tfrlfonl. 30. J. p. Head, Hlackburn. 40. Aug. II. Homme, It. 3, Sweet Springs. It. John L. Masters, It. 1, Sweet Springs. 42. Wm. C. McCord. It. 2, Miami. 43. S. W. Hnrrls, it. 2. Miami. 4 1. 13. 40. 47. Ings. IS. 40. Robert McGuIre, R. C, Slator. W. F. Roberts, Princeton, Kas. Ernst llotz, Grand Pass, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Sweet Spr- Herman Ohlcndorf, R. 3, city. P. P. Price, R. 4, city. j SO. Wm. O. Suppe, Naporvlllo, III. rl. F. W. Hlesemeyer, R. 3, Malta j Hcnd. , i2. Henry Relnwald. R. 4. Sweet springs r3. Edmon Shannon, R. G, Sweet Springs. 54. Geo. T. Terrell, Hlnckburn. 55. Mrs. T. M. Frltzgcrald, R. 2, Napton. GO. Frank Nlcoley, Nupton. Eftiest Nicely, Nupton. Pl'HLIC NOTICE. Having decided, on account of dan gerous sick spells to qulto carpenter work and moo on a farm, I wilt sell my town property to the highest bid dor at my placo In Sweet Springs, Mo., on March 30th, 1014, to-wtt: Lot 0 In block ono in Hrun's addition to Sweet Springs, Mo igi foot and four Inches wide, 270 feot long; a 4-roont house, u llttlo barn, good living welt and other out buildings. Terms: Ono-thlrd cbbIi and two-thlrda at C per cent for 0 months from date of sule, For further Information write or phono 2723 rings, Swoot Spr ings, Mo John Stoffens. E. H. Hol Irali, auctioneer. (3-13) Miss Ella Hrown Is rlends at Nevada, Mo. visiting old A'