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title: 'The Marshall republican. (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, July 19, 1912, Image 5',
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Enormous Stock Reducing Sal
I Opened up last Saturday with unusual success. The people came from every point of I
the county regardless of the busy season arid supplied themselves with the riiost unusual J
I bargains that have ever been offered by any store in this county. I
The people understand that when the Leyhe-Downing Clothing Company hold a j
sale that it is a genuine sale with the orices cut deen. and with their snlendirl of nrh I
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I High Grade Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings,
I which is unequaled by any firm in Central Missouri, every man and boy should take I
i auvttjucigc ii ui 5Aca- wvmg saie. 1 nib oig oaie lasts au next weeK. oe sure
I and come, tell your friends, tell everybody.
LEYHE-DOWNING CLOTHING CO.
North Side Square,
jcsJ3Dcoxsa3a3CCua:wjSHJ i Qn Thursday nftcrnoon of last MIm Owipo Kirk M.inwir.,1 tn ,;.,-
ft g m? T I week tho member of thoPrlscllln homo in Richmond Snturdny nftor
ccssfully carried out their plain t.
gucii-TccaiocX-rinnr n- r na mi-prim Miis Ellen Ilcdgor, their
tr P secretary, at hor homo on Daisy
SWEET SPRINGS Bt. Tho Ml..c. Drysdaio of Lox-
, r i.ii,imn of lnRton antl m'm Mary Kelley were
Mrs. L. K. Ware and children of JnvUcd iU
Bolton, Mo, arc here for a plMflaHt nftornoon
veoicv vibii wiiii Frult and woro yi
,club mado arrangement and sue-, a few weeks visit with Miss dcr-
MIss Lcona llagan. visited Mro.
Tho public school catalogs for
1 1 .i t
-rt,,-. mo onoumK ncnooi yonr navo Been
Merle Woods and other relates cd q flnd other8 n
in Marshall last weeK. tcrcsted ,n our pubUc 1,001, It
Mr. Chan. K. Smith has purchas- ls vcry ncat and contanB ,n(or.
cd tho furniture stock and store) mntJon uBc(uj to thogo wjl00xpcct
building of Mr. ncrman Railken. 'Q ontcr Mhool horo thU fo
Miss Mary Hall of Marshall has, jjCMr8( c. n, KcUy and w n
.boon a guest for tho PB" Stalling with their Mvcs visited
weeks at the homo of her brother, Dlackwntcr MVcra d raat
Mr. W. C. nail. I woek,
Mrs. 8. R. McConnoW of Kan-, ftnd
sas City has beon the guest other daya ln 1
cousin, Mrs. C. u, Jones. wc,.k. T)ioy expect to visit tho
Minn Kato Andrew who has been
In Scdalla for several weeks visit-, hu hU vacatlon(
lng her sister, Mrs. wmr Mn c , Qhn of , wvUo
at home again
D. Jackson arrived from Cres
cent, Nevada tho flrt of laUt wepk.
Mr. Jackson had been directing
tho" work In tho Mlltcs gold mine.
Mrs. N. L. Porter and little
Brand-daughter, Roso Howe aro
spent tho past week with his un
cle, Mr.' Den Craln and family.
Threshing Is tho order of tho
hero from Llncon, Neb., to rond Jfra A j BobenB and 0,0 nar
a month with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar n flnd Mm Lnura Benton WM8
Carmack. visiting Mrs. E. D. Yokeloy Sat-
Mr. Walter Wright of Kansas urday a(tornoon.
City came Friday .with Mr, Joan E s Lcvingston was visiting
Orear'ln hist touring .car. r, hJs ,,tor and family, Mrs. A. J.
Wrlnht will VlBK his granaiamw, RobonB Sunday.
T. C. Berry while horo. 'Mr. Pen Benton and wfTeiBvisU-
Tnhn Orar brought hta mother lng Mrs. A. J, Robens this week.
and brother, Edward, who has, Wo had a nice rain Tuesday but
been In Europe for the past year itwas bad on tho wheat and hay.
f-nm Kansas City la'st week in his, I wonder whore Carl Kurtz was
nuto. They will Visit their mother at Sunday.
and grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Owens Threshers can bo. heard In all will Swtnney of Slater is visit-
whllo here. airecuons threshing tho goiaon lng with his brother, Clark and
. Mrs. C. K. Parson spent the pasi grain. daughters a fow days,
week w,ith hot mother,-Mrs. IvaJ I wonder w'horo Omar was Sun- Mrs, Joe Thorp and children,
Noel. .1 day' Mrs. Chas. Nlemoler and daughter,
Mr. W. W, aeorge accompanied Parmcra aro still busy putting up p0arl, of Marshall, Mrs. Arch Good
Mm. Al Wedder to their home In hay. 100 and daughtor, May, Kate Swln
Sedalla tho latter part of las'; wvak. M ss Williams and Miss Bulard noy wore guosU of Mrs. Julius
- . r-ii 1 la. tlno inafu ilnnlo nvirl n im f vt-tii. ml ,. 1
f. and Mrs. C. O. Walker 01 oun xnuriKiay.
.Malta Bind spent-Sunday with Mr. wagner.
Md Mis, 8.. D. Clark nortn 01
Mrs, Henry Nlcmeler nnd dnugh Bpcnt Sunday with J.M. Denis and
tor wero dlnnor guests of Clemens family.
Winkler and family ThursJoy.
Ucorgo Nlcmeler was 11 Slater
caller Saturday. '
S. J. Gibson, P. J. Hlllen nnd
daughter, Corcnc, made n flying
trip to Marshall In Mr. Gibson's
farmers car Wednesday.
I The farmers aro all busy thresh-
Wo had a fine rain hero Tues
day which was needed vcry much
only there were several
who had hay down.
Mrs. Menegall is on the sick list In their wheat. Tho wheat turn
nt this writing but ls reported Im- oottor tha" waft expected,
proving. Mr. and-Mrs. Lonnio Schloszor, of.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Green of nous- Marshall, returned homo Sunday
tonla and Miss Dora Ilarrls spent, ""or a weeks visit with tho form
Sunday with D. M. Harris and r's brothers.
I August Nlcmeler nnu Kateawin
jl0r ncy attended tho Carnival at Sl.i
thl tor Saturday and woro tho guests
01 M-r. ana fliro. uarry nccu oun-
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. nenrv
Gorkln July 14, 1912, a boy. Mrs. Paul Schlcr of Boonvllle
William Klllpotrlck Is reported and children ore vlsltllng with her
no better. mother and sister, Mrs. Lewis Sch-
Mr. and-Mrs. J. n. Fordham 1" this wook.
Upcnt Sunday afternoon with the Mrs. John Dlerking, of near
lattors parents. Blackburn is visiting with her
Wllllo and Charles Lemons, Wal daughter, Mrs. Ernest Odoll.
ter Laruo and Albert Katlcndcr lTonv oibson. Julius Rclth.Chas
wont to Marshall Friday evening 0,, and Mablo Townscnd were
in the'Lcmon brothers car. Thoy Marshall Sunday evening In Mr.
rcturncu 1110 same ovcning.
Itcmnmlinp .Tulv On nt B v
J. J. Scott, Sr., and family spent tho DcmocraUc tounty c,nc,jntc;
Sunday with Alomo Zclglc and wl nU bc herc am, Bpcak A,M
fnmUy Hon. Paul prosscr, of Fayette, can-
Lcwin Wagley nnd family, Mrs. dldato for Congress will be here
Chas Ncimler, daughter and son and speak nnd everyone is Invited
Bpcnt Sunday nftcrnoon with G.
B. Lasley and family.
John Sadcwhltc and wife visit
ed friends and relatives In this
Wlnnlo Dennis of Napon visit
ed relatives Sunday.
Mrs. John Gherkin Is with
mother, Mrs, Menegall at
Mrs. Hugo 8to)berg spent Mon
day wlUi her homo folks.
Mrs. John Dlerking nnd son,
Merl, loft Saturday for a short
visit with Mrs. Ernest Odcll of nar
Mr. Anna Larue and Walter
Larue attended the show at Black
burn Monday night
Tho farmers aro very busy get
ting their work dono as the Chau
tauqua will soon bo herc.
Friends of Judgo M. F. Prlgnspre
aid Mrs.- Imma Hlcklln received
card announcing meir wrrm,
at Log Beach Cal July .tk. m.
They are expected home, soon,;
The Marsh U , Chautauqua will!
nave ;trie 'musical ..company for
each days, prof ran..
4 Mr. Vxeei Huston -who, graduated
at' Columbia university ,expectitp
Uave, ganday tor; Sc.hensidy,;vN.
I T. J. Stivers was a business
caller ki' Stater (Saturday. ;
Misses Lottie Jobs son and Al
He Heuma 'et, Watsr spent a few
days last week WH Qertrbde John
Misses JuHak;id Irene Neif re-
turned khViMf Bwiilay, after a few
days ylt .wUW Kl. ul Talbart
' Alva Bryan returned to her homo
In Marshall after a weeks visit
with Kate and Mary Swinncy.
Mrs. A. A. York, Mabel York nnd
Rodger Brinkman of St. Louis and
Mrs. R. M. York of Chicago return
cd to St. Louis Monday after u
Bhort visit to relatives.
fMrs. B. H. (Steel and childrcjn
spent Thursday and Friday the
guests of Mr. afli Mrs. G. R.Laslcy.
Quite a crowd attended the
ball game Sunday . evening. Our
boys wero dofcated tho s:oro be
lng 10 to 11. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Dennis and
family spent Sunday with tho hit
The ice cream social at Jus.
Hayes was qulto a success, and
a large crowd attended.
John Rutherford was a business
to bc present.
Fred Dctracr, Jack Dysirt, Mil
lard Thornton and Guy Walker
wore Blnckwatcr callers Saturday
Dr. W. L. Sharp, took Sunday,
dinner at narmony.
Remember tho Chautauqua in
. Marshall In August.
WANAMAKER T. M. Ehlcrs picnic nt Little
Quito n large crowd attended! Rock August 29. This is tho an-
tho Chlldrcns Day exercises at.nua Picnic, everybody invlitetl.
Bethlehem Sunday nigh.
Mr. itf d Mrs. Jake L.tucr, ot
Hughcsvlllc, Rev. A. Sterling, of
Smlthton nnd Prof. Berg, of Scda
lla were tho guests ot R. J. Hess
nind family Stufrtuy.j
Edwin Barger ot Shackelford vs
Ited at tho home of Mrs. Harriet
Miss Emma AU'son hpent' Sun
day and Monday with Mlas Eliza
C. M. Rucker nnd family and R.I
L. Hanley and family were tho
guests of B. F. Hess and wife last
Mrs. Pltrer of Shell City and
Mrs. S. R. Sellers ot Marshall arc
spending this week with thellr
sister; Mrs. C. M. Sellers.
Miss Nellie Thomas, of Marshall,
la tho guest of hor slstor, Mrs. B.
S, McDDanlcl this week.
B. F. Hess and son, Robert, made
a business trip to Koplng Monday
Fred Dctmcr threshed over 830
bushels of rye Inst Monday with
tho Mattox machine.
Sveral from here attended the
celebration at Marshall July 4th.
All reported a good time tin J siid
Marshall Is tho only place to go
to attend a celebration.
Dr. W. L. Sharp, Jcsso Hen
sick, Tom Coons and Fred Detmer
attended tho corner stone laying
of the new .court house of Cooper
county nt Boanvillc 1 st Tu-'s tay,
Simon DaviB was at tho county , caller tn Marshall Monday,
neat Thuradav. 1 Ur Ttnv tit-titt nnd il
Mrs; Roy Scott and daughtor
Mssy people tefsr freas weak hrt. Thay may sxpsri
mm hortnrit ot brMth oa exertion, pala over tho heart,
r dissy fcellnii, eppreteed braatUsi alter maak or their
yea become Mitfred, their heart la aot auSeieBtly atresi"
to pump blood to the eistreaikieea sad Ihey liave eeld haada
aadfect, or poqr appetite bewxeef weakened Wood supply
je the t.racliV A heart tonic sad alterative should be take
wliicti haa no had aftcr-effeot . Seek ie Df. Piaree'a GeMeat
Medical Discovery, which eoataiaa ao dasdereea aanetMi
6o4ai MitleeW to ehiWk o h red Wood eerpiuolea j hut,
a.ths SStiir h-d, k leeitM!r aueabar sad they become rowM aa MaMay.
: h ha e hwaaa ayeti te tlie asaat maaWaetxreot rkhltad Maad. H
.v.k-lll jl2 UIlMlia or Uka u tka wddw eleaaeata' frJW the (eod.
U Slap I exoU'a eeae iwhn eeavaieeeeweii woww'
pa taH aaie aaa eaae reaaeay , aaej reftive an ph ai"
Frightful Polar Wincja
blow with terrific .force at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
cauBlng red, rough or sore chapp
ed hands and lips, that neetl Buck'
Ion's Arnica Salvo to heal them. It
nvikcs tho sl;ln ooft and smooth.
Unrivaled for cold-sores, also
burns, bolls, sores, ulcers, cuts,
bruises and plies. Only 25 cents at
P. n. FrankllnB' Druggist.
George Pearson, Sr., was a Sla
ter calldr last week.
Miss Mabel Pearson ntten-'elthe
dance at Arrow Ro:k las week.
Several of the boys are going
with Henry Mattox threshing mach
In a letter from Branch
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza
beth Chapman says: "I
suffered from womanly
tmuhlM nearltr fiu venrs.
I (All the doctors in the coun
ty cia me no good. 1 took
Cardui, and now I am en
tirely welL I feel like a
new woman. Cardui saved
my lifel All who suffer
from womanly troublt
should give Cardui a trial"
. 1 - - 'i nsa 1 iiwia aun raaaiiu
Amicl Kcehart Is threshing
tins vicinity tins week,
Charley naynle and sister, Bes
sl6 were shopping in Marshall- on
Miss Jennie Mull of Marshall, is
visiting Miss Ida Lewis thbr week.
Miss Bessfe Adams was visiting
In the Mt. Olivo neighborhood last
Mrs. Henry SchanU and Mrs.
Mort Doan were calling on Mrs.
Tom. Lewis Thursday.
1 The farmers arebusy putting up.
their fcmyV? ' ,
There will be a basket Otoner at
Salem church this coming Sunday
and everyone la Invited to ome
out and bring a well filled basket.
J,: vMfH etA.gttaday; wjtk'
Tht Womtn't Tonlo
All var nl nmnf hawa 1
convinced those who tested
k, that Cardui quickly re
Ueyec achee end paint 4tst'
to womanly weakness, at
Wipe 'nature to bulW tp
wenkwooieti to heahlt aatlj
arenftk. TiKH-wde ;
woaMM heve found Cardui
to bt? t ienl' life sam.'
Why Mtviett K for wir;
ceee? Take Ouxhii todail