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Sam Bond 01 ah
The reception given the Sans
SoucI Club on l'riday afternoon
was sufliccnt to put the town,
socially speaking, In gold attire.
, Since the warm spring days have
come the clubs of Marshall have
been affected with spring fever.
and we feel that it was Indeed
wise head who said, "We never
appreciate anything until we Iom:
The clubs arc one of the pleasant
features of our little city, it brings
together congculal people and wld
ens their knowledge of, and
acquaintance with each other; and
the strangers within our gates are
through these channel given
welcome, which goes far towards
making them (eel at home with us.
Miss Annie Uuthery, a valued
member of the Sans SoucI; was the
merry, congenial hostess upon thi
occasion and In her happy manner
made a most entertaining one. In
addition, to the club, only a limited
"number of guests were invited
The decorations throughout the
rooms were of the most beautiful
carnations in shades of rich red,
which were scut trom St Louis' for
V the occasion. Progressiva wblst
Was much enjoyed during the after
noon, aud a cooling bowl of punch
in the hall had increasing demauds
made upon it. Refreshments of
brick cream and cake were served
at a late hour.
Miss Guthery was assisted by
little Miss Annie Guthery Pickett
and Mrs Win Sparks.
Miss Cecil l'rancisco, daughter
of Mrs, I'.mma l'rancisco, celebra
ted her eighth birthday, on Friday,
at her pleasant home on Highland,
by inviting some little friends to
spend the afternoon with her. The
afternoon was bright aud pleasant
and the children all In their hap
piest mood; with jumping the
rope and swinging to their hearts
nocent games, a' most enjoyable
lime was spent. Refreshments of
Ices, cake and a variety of candies,
was the crowning feature to this
pretty birthday party. Those
present were, Misses Helen Chap
line, Nell Newton, Ruth Rose,
Nevora Jyres, I'.dua Harrison,
Luclle Griffith, Ruth Harrison
ami l'ranklc Johnston.
A Literary Treat.
The lecture on last l'riday even.
Inr? In the College Chanel bv Prof,
R.J. liters, was a most Interesting
one, the subject being "Kipling
accordine to Prof Peters, "the
greatest living Uuglish poet."
The lecture showed him to be
thorouchly conversant with his
subject. He gave a sketch of Kip
ling's life, then of his works, both
prose and poetical, reading two of
his poems, "The Recessional" and
'The Vampire," and giving his
own interpretation, wunc me
audience was small owing to the
threatening weather, it was an
appreciative one, and all present
felt much indebted to Prof. Peters
for this literary treat.
Miss Ilooth pleasantly entertain
ed the Aristotelian Chaulaixiua
Circle, on Saturday afternoon at
her home lu the western part of
Marshall. The circle discussed
George The First and Second.
The literature lesson embraced the
noted writers of that period. The
quotations upon this occasion were
most appropriate and xcrc said to
have been decidedly the prettiest
of the whole year. After walch,
refreshments of pine apple Ice,
beautiful cake and coflee were
served. A pleasant time socially
was spent, which closed a most de
HioMUiei Field cntetalned the XXX
Club on Friday afternoon at their
lioruo In lllackbum. The floral drcn-
rttlooi were of fcrnt, llllrt of tho vtl
ley anil palnu. Tho Club was targe
ly ttlenilril ami the relrridinienl of
ambroita, etko ami colteo were nicely
B IDSTRUP A HAMMOND
Marblo and Granite Work
One of the most uratlfying cvl
deuces of the spread of correct ar
listlc taste amonjr all classes of so
cicty Is the great attention that Is
now being paid to tlic prouuctions
of beautiful designs in granite and
marble lu the way of monuments,
headstones sculpture etc. Our
productions iu these lines arc not
surpassed by those of any other
country In the world, aud every
year the national excellence in this
- . it ..i
respect becomes more uisiintuj
marked. A leading house in this
section of the state lu these lines
U Hint nf ttlrfttrlin & Hammond.
Tbev also have? work located In
Nevada, Carrollton, Mo, Fort
Scott. Kansas aud several other
brauch offices. Skilled workmen
are employed lu the manufactures
ol a beautliui assortment 01 muim
merits, memorials etc.. all of do
signs, embracing artistic taste and
conception lu Ike highest degree.
It has been the aim of this house
to furnish strictly first class work)
to the public at fair and reasonable
prices and they cordially Invite in
tending purchasere to get prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
Among the notablo pieces of wotk
done by this house we would meu
tlon partlculiarly, the monument
of the Herring family In our city
cemetery, the Chas. Potter monu
ment. They nave also urn some
very creditable work at Glasgow,
Howard county notably that of
Stclninetz family, the Collins
stone, Dr. Vaughu, Cuddy family,
and others throughout this section
of the state, too numerous to men-
'lo' . ,. ,
ivrsmi.ilk- It can be said of
Messrs Bidstrup & Hammond that
their reputation for producing the
finest and most artistic work Is
beyond cavil. At the same time
their lmnnralite methods of dealing
irives confidence to all having
Mrs. Lottie Mcllugh Thornton,
died at her home In this city on
Friday night, April 38th, 1699, at
:jo o clock lu her 56th year.
Deceased was married to William
If. Thornton in Hast Liberty, 0
Jan. tst, 1867, in her 33rd year.
Of this union were born two child-
Anna Marie, who died in this
city at the age of sixteen add lid
ward Wesley, who remains to
mourn her loss.
Mrs. Thornton lived In the vi
clnlty of Salt Springs for some
years aud moved to this city iu
1832. HerhusSand dropped dead
on the street in this city eight
Mrs. Thornton united with the
M. K. church when a girl, and un
til her health failed, was an active
worker In the church. She was
fond of children, making them ever
welcome lu her home. She al
ways interested herself In the sick
and made many friends wherever
Her battles are over;
she hath entertcd Into her rest.
Shot at a Burglar.
Sunday morning between two
and three o'clock, Harry Parsons
not being able to sleep, for the
balking of the dogs in the yard,
arose and loaded his gun and while
waiting that he might get the right
dog, he saw a man approach the
house and enter the back porch of
Mrs- Ltitle Jackson's house, where
he attempted to reach the rcfrlger
at'or, that stood on the porch.
When Mr. Parsons spoke to him
the man ran out through the alley
Mr. Parsons shot twice, but failed
to reach htm. Some stealing in a
small way has been going on In
this neighborhood of late and the
neighbors arc now ready for any
John Vawter, the oldest child
of Dr. Frank Vawter, made an
ugly cut on his limb Sunday, about
noon. He had'a sharp knife and
was trying to cut a losrd that
rested on his knees, when the
board slipped. When his mother
heard his screams, she ran to him
aud found 111 111 standing lu n pool
of blood, which frightened her
very much Dr. Gore was called
and found the wound not serious
although It bled freely. The
little fellow was quite faint for
while, but hopes soon to lie well
A Mimorlal Boom.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church have secured sufficient
money to endow n memorial room
in the Palmer Orphanage at Col
This is one ol a half dozeu Or
phanascsof the Southern Presby
terlan church, and Is named for
Iicv. 11. M. Palmer of New Or
leans, who Is one of the bright
lights lu the Southern church..
. oiau of '89.
The 10th anniversary of the
graduation of the class of '&,, took
place at Chicago at the McCormic
Theological Seminary on Thurs
day, May 4th. Rev. W. R.
Dobyns being a member of the
class, left for Chicago 011 Wednes
Changs of Firm
Abiel Leonard has sold his in
terest In the firm of Allen & Leon
ard to Geo, N, Orear. The firm
will now be Allen fi Orear. The
Kiii'inil.lCAK wishes the new firm
success. Also success to Mr,
Leonard in whatever Hue of busi
ness he shall enter upon.
and second band Ulcydes
at the Mitchell's Jewelry
O. W, JOHNSTOft
Continues to receive
W 11 I
China closets. Odd Parlor
pieces, Baby carriages.
Additional shelving recently tint in for Hard
ware and Tinware is full and over Mowing. ' V in
vite Good Utiyers, those who know anil appreciate
the value of a dollar, to see our stock and get prices.
We are selling this
The principle mi which
it is htiUded is correct,
"automatic" and gov
erned by nature's laws
in circulation. If not
batisfactory we refund
Lawn Mowers, Ice cream
Freezers, Lawn Goods,
Hammocks. cots( etc.
Full line of Seasonable goods. We mark our
goods in plain ligures;
'. " ' ,'Ilc8pectfully,j
Successor to W. II. Hurt.
P. H. We can take
Let us know your wants.
We regret to learn I hit Dr. II, J.
Ilalley la rant Ins to SnrCt Spring t
remain permanently, l)r .llalley 1 a
lino plijalclau nncl nii'uxei llunt gentle
mail nu4.wn nrn norry M I'hn
Some first class hitch grade Hi-
cycles at tin- Mitchell's.
Holland Seoll ami kiiui, Mr llu,
ol ColurubV at), I Mr Harvey Unite),
fromOMo, rcturneil to Doonvllle rrl-
ilay after maaluu a pleataut viit to
h W Scnlt tml fsmlly llill laal ni'l.
We hate a
is ti nvx celled.
and a "jewell" in the
go through ana gee goous
1 ftt .f ITH' m ' Mi l
of your tin work.
Dr. I'M Sharp list given tho contract
lo J. P. Shrupalilro for an elegant 10
room hoiiae, which when completed
will linvo all the ninat modern Im
provement!, Tim plan li a beautiful
one, muat perfect In arrangmcut.,
euDiUiuliig both convenience, and
corufiirt and tlm many nookaaad co.y
comers Ihnniglimii, thnw the band of
the artlat. Tlila elegant reildeaca
will greatly add tn Udell Ave.
Dl-Focal Spectaclca at Kolley's.
delight and exhausting many lu
tuslness'iclatloiw with them.
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