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Marble Hill Press Sirculaticn, l. . 3 ! 3 i" i Vol. 40 Ladios' THIS WEEK AT THE Peoples Supply Co., Lutesville, Mo. BUY NOW--DON'T WAIT! HOI'KIN.H IKIT. STUKK in making j-rr inventor) dixuunt l.i t rrnt a un.U rv r. 21 r crnt un Mrn uitt itl vmm ?t Jut rnt nn Iji'Im csxl cuilr. 10 -r c-r.t n hti 10 r a-n un nuwi' ht rhUtnU f rii ( rloth - in u it crifW Now i lh" lirti t. hiy WhtU fV- 1S SI 'l orth of ixl I'.iintr u oiir ti'iittr lirinr in )fi')r Thnkifivinif liirtr) nt U'.i-r Si Nn "J" rh fr l! -ultnr nr." Buchanan llnl'h i rrt gM in t hi w-inil). Mimt Miti Itr and Nrllir OiiMi i'i Mi V.k Mr.lnck Sunilay. T"rtn Kitrtl at Sul Ihirham'a Suml rvrninj. I!. W. Krr mil' buin t rift '11 I.iiif Whitrner'a Sumlav. Kr! fVll ant t'lmi.W Jarkson iitil Ijiiino and Lyman WiniU-r Sunilay. Cuy Thumton ma.lo a buincM t nr to Zlma SatuHay. flrynn IVll attndisl church at Iliram Sunday nifhl. Ivan, th litt ! n of Klmcr K. !mn. h ha lcn viiiinf hi iHk. rrturncd homf Saturday. Jk IVrry of Oln AlWn trana-art- liuxirn" on hi farm at llurhanan th lat of thia V. Fjirl H'lrick made a buainraa trip t 4wnd- Tucday aftrr nn. E. K. Dunn viaitfd at Mit Kin der Sunday. Midler. Patlon Mr. i:W Hammond fnm Chil licothc. Mo., npnke at this lac last Friday afternoon. Th ul--t of hi talk wm Th Ornran iid fliM in Sunday school work. Sunday achool her every Sun dav. F.vcrylwly invited to tthJ. Sir. and Mm. A. V. Slover went to Farminirton laat Thursday to visit Mrs. Slover'a mother, who ia nick .v Smith has been very tick with typhoid fever for the last wwk. Mis Elaie Knowles waj manasrr of the Mercantile Store last Fri day while Mr. and Mrt. Johnson went to Berryville. Quite a few of the ymi8ter here had chicken pox liutt week. It broke out in the school and every child that hadn't had it . took it. j Mr. Eltie Hammond fron CM!- i limtho. Mn. is vinitinir his sister 1 Mrs. Kutheford Bollinger, at thi.s i writing. ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knowlna made a trip to rerryville last Fri day to take advantage of the Rozier cheap sale. MiM Mattie O'Kclly has pur chased a "SeranaaV. She says ah D IT ON ALL and Childrans' ha finr tnu.ir ntisic. Mr k-!! nl li'.tl.- daugh trr have lat-n in Aikoo tin pait ek Vlitnn Mr. O'Krll;" nii'thei, w li a rr;xirtrd very .k i:ufu Shrll ,.nd Willie Ijx twk thru "liet girl out Sun lay f 't a b.ng plramrv tug They wer out in Kufu' n-v car. Tr:t Smith' car m -n hitched at T. I IUibinwiii' gate quite often. ' Fwirl Vain nit i urrl mran buine. a. h vi,m at th' home 'f the itmi.t rem alinoNt ever)' Sun.U) But that ail right. Earl, don't let the old b he lor gvt ahead 'f ou tin leap er Mr. I)vil Cheek and daughter have Ixvn viiting at le Kolnn ou' for iii)e tnme Yon Knoow. Marquand Rack .(ernthy ni t. Mdton. of I'eri) count) v noted at Hv lVherty' recentlv. Mr and Mr S It Htirfman of (iruhain were attending to bui ne m our town Sttuulux Mr l'MO-kM fU- and Nora and Colonel !! of I'ni.m attended quarterly meeting here Saturday. Thp tork left another fine deni'icrat at L. F. Whitener', a fine girl at l'i London'. Elmer Sitxe of U-j.ille also has moved to our town. Mii.is Aihlock returned Sunday from a visit with home folks at Silver Mines. A. J. Carve of IViiitv ille was a outlines visitor in our town Sat urday. Dines IW and family of Rc-sa-ville were in town Sunday. There will he Thanksgiving ser vices at the Methodist church Thursday at II a.m. Rev. iVtherty .will deliver the sermon. flene Mclx-an hss Itought the Sutherland prorv on the hill. He exiwcts to get it ready to move into in the near future. Ruth Crook, -.vh.x. ha. Ihnmi working in St. Louis sum' time, is viitin her parents here J. M. Sitxe of Bessvillo attended mtarterlv meeting Saturday. Mr. Pola Hartzel has lioen vis iting Mrs. Will Lane at Arbvrd the last week. Frank Stanfil nd wife and Mrs. W. A. Venable motoretl out to Ceorce Wilkinson's near Patton Sunday. Aunt Nally Rollins of Spring i Valley visited friends here last week. jfm m Up ,n tho wS( sn(i gets aroound fine. ft. , , me rarmers Moiv company are ) oiwn.ng their store this week. I lructs are coming down, but J i.ienty 01 nnun ior atuj lower 1 prices. Rev. puggins held quarterly conference here Saturday. Finan- cial reKrts are very gxnd He i preached interesting sermons i C.....J . jo i Saturday night and Sunday morn- j mg. Rev. Doherty preached a Marble Hill. Missouri, Thursday. , vember 25 1020. r fine sermon Sunday night. ttrndanee at Sunday school lfl. collecti.m i'.til. tilad to re tort the Sunday school growing and an interest leiing taken in the prayer meeting. Alito the preaching service are well at tended. Born To Mr. and Mr. Ora Reagan, a fine son Mr. Reagan was formerly Mis Ciussk Watt. Grandmas Watts and Reagan are all amilea. Iaiy. MrAdfto Sav Tarty Is Not iVad Wm. (I. McAd'Mi. in a statement score partissti and unworthy hI itical app'als to cla and r.i.-i:il pre induces in which the revub-lu-ari leaders have dealt for the past years for litical urpo"s. a the lrontm Itegister. Mi Mc. loo's statement fdlow "Whit the country miT.itne !y needs now is subsidence of t 'ie passions anil hatred engendered bv the war and the partisan poli tical appeals th.it have followed The country is sick of pol'iuri! slanders and controversies I? wants domestic as well as inter national peace, and it wants restoration of that fine spirit of co-operat ion whiich made Amer icans linvincible in war. We f.uv domestic and international proli lems of great gravity. "The only way to solve them is through co-operation. The highest duty of the leaders of Iwith parties is. therefore, t" pro mote lietter feeling among all clmses of our inniple, to refrain from unworthy apicnli to class and racial prejudices and to 1'ring to hear Uon our serious prolv i lem that dispassionate and iin telligent consideration through which alone there is promise of , genuine publiic service. 'The democrat party has suf fered a severe but not disastrous : defeat. It is far from dead; it is ; not even seriously woundcil. Throughout our history over whelming iwditical reverses have loen followed by political recov- ' erics. So long as the democratic party is true to iu mission of ' service to the common ieopIe it ; will live. What we must do now , is to puild up and strengthen the party organization, not in the in- ' terest of any individual or group . or faction, but for the cause of democracy itself, and above all. for the service of country. It will ' be difficult, through proper lead- ership and organization, to re i inspire party unity, to maintain I i"fim not, (ooiiii'ies ami io regain ropular confidence. To this task democratic leaders must now devote themselves with un-i selfish patriotism and course " ! T 1 thc ''"changes reaching tho Republican office and eontain- n Ub,M of th Ute c.Wtion .n, turns, none are more interesting ihm ih(m from RiipJev nmXy where margins were smallest and V-A ' j 5. - ft (n of the reateat erie I crumtitonshtp tuti in I In.- tuatory I Naval (istianii wt.n-e i lh other evening hn iihii ! the Atl.intic Fleet com pete i lor cham pionship honor aboarl the I .S.s Anion, ancrVTeJ in the IliuUon. An hour before the rime lor the oinm of the sho the'tnon lrm the various ahip hii taken 1her st near the rm;, A time went un the stanl eont rucfrti on the Jock berame (illeu and th men c'.irobJ on the turrets, then the mal ani I.nUy the j ani-rro hi-ld Its quota of vis.tin-; aiior rw had eome to cheer their favorite to victory. The mats ol the An-SA-na lookoi lor all the work like a itlae of cave JmeUers -ith Le' numerous hite-l.i4 ilirmen c'inzin; to A for supp. With tho twinkling iihta ol .New ' where nmeh evidence of scratch ing is shown. Harding carrier! the county by h votes, receiving . a total f lT.'l! to lTIJt'r for Cox. ' John L Sullivan for Sccrtjiry of State received n- more vote than Charles l' Becker, the rcpulilican ; for judgr- c, f the Supreme Court. Conway Elder and W. T. Ragland recenveil the same I7r2 and 17.12 Atkinson ran .VI votes ahead of Hyde- and Ripley county is the home county of Atkinson, the democratic candidate for govern or. For congress. Hays ran 'Jii ahead of R. L. Ward, while the democratic candidate for repre sentative in the Missouri legis lature. Charles L. Ferguson, ran 273 ahead of the republican candi date. J. M. Wright. - Poplar Blurt" . Republican. ; A thousand men employed in the timber interests in Poplar : Bluff and Butler county were laid off last week. We do not know ' what is the cause, but we do know that if Cox had been elect ' ed, that is what the republicans 1 would he saying is the matter.- lronton Register. "The first wirtei I used ll. J.... (rear's Poultry Pre.sc ipt ion. n made me' a lot of monci I Lave til hem and so'd in Jariiry yl!'") worth of egs, besid vvrat used .urselvs." -1". V. Mc'. 'on: 'e k, Irimo, Idaho. A hen can't molt and Inv : t th. same time. Poultry rwise-i-s w'ih, get an abunelanee of eggs, use Dr. LeGear' Poultry Pi-es'ptioti. which pulls hens 'hru tl." i nit i'i short order, tones up to system and stimulates 'he egg-proeh'c'iig organs withotr. ini.iiy. If von want eg-s this vvinti'i' when eus mean monex .ret TV. Ldloars Poaltry Prtvsci -pt io i from your dealer ri'.rht to-day. ir. I.i(.'eai is Anieric.''. fc'-emost l'j.rcrt Poultry Breedc. nnd Vetcrrn:i'ie:. For any ailment vvh.U -c' r amonj; your txutltry or sock cet his remedias from your dilii. They must satisfy you, or your dealer will refund your ni'ncy. Albert Jones and one of his brothers of Purfordville were in Marble Hill Monday disposing of some of their fine corn. PRESENTING A HIS 4 York tit) seri-er in the Ji-ti)c-, Die occusi 'iiai shriek el imu pujy I tt'.e lur.e!i passin: the!i:p siii the clouds overhead lor a lir.opv the setting nil !) to Vc rememLrreJ the spsirtin writ-i-i of the various new sps per ana i.ews bureau who haj ;athereuat th rinstie for the event. The tap of the on 'fcnMijf htisin enJ to the buz. ! chd ers.it i'n, aril a fe' second after Two nthc, muiruar figure elimbea throujc the rope. After a tew preuminar l.S the relereo caliej the pnnc pals. H.H. HJlari ol the .1 . NN I tah. aril S. Castesucct ol the L.. !. Nevali t the center.. 1 hrm ani the battle for the 1i ;fhtwei?nt btw't was on. It ww a tiht tbat will b rememN-rel v ei eryons? present ani r' that ent therec titors away with a smi-e. K'tli Rev K C McFadden of (Ilenn-in pan-h w a- in Marble Hi'! lat Sit- urday ur frienil. W. F. Protfer. of the Hickory drove neighborhood was i:-. town last Friday anil made u a'l appreciated call, and had his subscription marked up an other year. J F Heck . f Hah:-, was at the count v seat on husiross last Fri- ; day and reniemlx-red th printer with .a welcome visit and had his l name placed on our subscription book. Ed Peter of the vicinity of Jackson was a Marble Hill visitor last Saturday, and made the irinter an appreciated call and had his subscription marked up another year. Bland l.imhaugh of near Sedge wiekville hail business at the county scat last Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Heath, who former ly resided in our county, ami her remains wore shipped here fear in terment, arriving last Thursday anil were laid to rest in the Mar ble Hull cemetery. Mr. Heath accompanied the remains, but we de not knew whether other mem bers of the family came or not. nor have we learned particulars in regard to her illness and death. Miss Sula Eaker, who is teach ing at Blodgett, accompanied by Mrs. Mochan of this city, made this office a pleasant visit last Saturday. Miss Eaker says she is getting along fine with her school work. Overton Harris of Iongol,i was a county seat visiter Tuesday and remembered the printer with a welcome visit and had his sub scription marked up a year ahead. Mrs. MeCormiek, who has been keeping house for the Chandler children the last five or six weeks, wss called to Whitewater last Fri day on account of the illness of a grandchild. Ai t-- . v,v -a iAfim. . - 4c-t.,i, iC. -' - f J FLfcfcT CHAMPION BELT men were trying by every tit ol rietice tl.ey cuulJ call into T'lay to slip over a kmkout low. 11 wss eviJent from the start that 'iti.iara haj the t-d-je .n the lijtitni ana (u terrJic boiy t.iow were alow inj up his opponent. Alter tw minutes of lihtui in the lourttl roun 1 llidard shifted h attack, fr-.m the bJy. crosMM a nht to tl.e jaw ani a left to thest vnselx and C'sstelucci wss count ea out. IMlari. who enlisted in the .Nsvy in September. 11', is a resi lent ox Hu.'Iai i ani is an evcelU-nt example id what Nsvy trmruii wall J..lur a man. The two photographs abov e show the Captain of the U. sS, itao. Ireintirvf the belt tw Hillar J 'ana Miliar! all dilated tip in hai ' new champion auit ani wearing the vic tor's smile. Otto l t Hs i U-. i a-ed ttie bar ler business formerly owned by E. E. B.iir. The pliice will now lie known as t!ie M.irble Mill Berber Shop, aii-1 C S liMiri k is the new b-irlxr Mr B.nr bus Ut-n in poor health lately himI hud thought of disposing of the business some lime. He hi'l owned oiki operated the shop hU' A tlutty tar Mr H.ini iie k is a nuiig man of pleasant dis posititn. ltidus-rioiis habits and is at home in the business The Burfordv ilie basket ball team j came oxer Wednesday and played I tiit College team, ami were badly beaten, worse than t tie vUrlseiiel Mar : vin college last aiurdav Paul Kinder wtut to Marquand to spend Thanksgiv ing with his grand parents. Clia.s. 0 Hnbhs of Cae Girardeau l. . i - t ...,. . i iw.isiiirre me nrsi ti ;ne ween, at tending to business for Uncle Sam. Ennis Clippard of Advance was in Marble Hill on business the first of the week. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Batik of Marble Hill was held Monday, and the Iniard of directors and officers reelected. Mrs Otto Aly is at Carthage, Mo, taking lessons in practical Red Cross work. She attended the school of instruction in St Louis and is spend ing a month in nractical work at Carthage, and when she returns will be well prepared for her work. Mrs. C E. Bair of Flat River was in Mnrble Hill visitind her nawnfa Hon. and Mrs. J. M. Zimmerman and other relatives and friends, re turning Thursday Mr. Bair cam Saturday and spent a day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs E E Bair. Dr. J. A. Median attended court at Farmington this week.