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title: 'The Marshall republican. (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, September 20, 1912, Image 3',
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Miss Dean Bailey, who has been
In Colorado with Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ker Baker for some time returned
home last Monday.
Miss Myrl Blossor left last Wed
nesday for Lexington where she
will attend school this winter.
Miss Rhoda Cook, who has been
Mian Nnmno ucmiuiK "
Edith Levy wore Marshall visitors
Miss Laura Lunbeck who has
been visiting relatives In Kansas
ritv for several weeks returned
homo last Wodnesday.
Charlie Llttlo and wife came dow
Trom Kansas City Saturday morn
tn tn attend the fuenral of Slo
MIiih Leah Thornton, Miss Esther
Plattnor arid brother Harry Piatt
-nr attended the picnic at Grand
Miss Ruth Humphrey of Grand
Pahs was the truest of her brother,
Georgo. Humphrey nnd family laBt
Mrs. Kato Kiel was tho guest of
friends at Grand Pass Friday.
Miss Edith Lovy left last Wcdncs
day for nvltlt with relatives nnu
friends at Kansas city.
Flotchcr Douglas went to Fay
otte Wednesday whero Jio will at
tend school this winter.
William Baker and sister Miss
Florcnco, wero guests of friends at
Mrs. Fred Stockman and children
are guests of relatives nnd friends
Mrs. Sam Colo and baby are vis
iting relatives at Elmwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts of Lexington
camo down Sunday morning to vis
Miss Mottle Fraxco, who haB been
visiting frlonds In Marshall return
od homo Tuesday evening.
Mrs. R. C. Potter and children,
after a weeks visit with relatives In
Slater and Marshall returned home
Misses Elsie Tobln nnd Ruth
Slushor wont to Fayette last Wed
nesday whore they will attend
school this winter.
Mrs. Grant Bush and sister, Mrs.
Byan of St. Louis wero guests of
relatives and friends nt Grand Pass
several days last week.
Mrs. Chas. Domoss wont to Arm
strong Thursday to visit relatives
and frledns nnd to attend the'fnlr.
The New Apparel Is Of Exceptional Loveliness
' ?- v --K M
Our Exhibition of the New Suits, Coats,
Dresses, Etc., Is One of the Most Notable
In Marshall From Every Viewpoint. Don't
Lose Any Time In Coming To See Itl
IT goes without saying that every garment contained in this supurb collection is in a
now and absolutely authentic style. But what you perhaps do not know is tho fact that
every style pf importance is included not one desirablo, practical model which could appeal to
your fancies Has oeen omuieu.
The fashions of these suits, coats, dresses, etc. are charming! There is no doubt but that they
rival in beauty of design and cloverness of making, the stylos of any previous season. That
may seem improbable, but an inspection of our assortments will prove its entire truth.
Wo'ro enthusiastic about this gathering of new Fall Fashions. We aro anxious for you to
see it, and we cordialiy solicit a vteit from you. Won't you do us tho honor of coming?j Nowl
Suits aro priced at $12.50 to $40.00
Coats are priced at $5.00 to $45.00
Drosses are priced at $9.00 to $17,00
An Extra Good Bargain
All house dresics in stock including gingham, percales and tissues, that sold up to $5.00
now on sale for $1.00
John Qeather Is suffering with n
vory soro hand. IIo .stuck ahodge
thorn In his hand two weeks ago
and It has given him a great deal
Mrs. Tom Sims' daughter, of Col
orada is visiting In this neighbor
hood -at prosont
The Sweet Springs fair was well
attended considering the rainy
Miss Besslo Homme and brother,
August snent Sunday with the
Misses Johnsons. ,
Mrs. Carrie Oaks took dinner
with Mrs. Will Fitzgerald .Thura
John Cook Wont to Kansas City
Monday after a load of feeders,
Miss Mary Prltchet spent-a few
days last week In Sweet Springs
Jim Montgomery and. .Prank
Sprltxer of the Blue Lick neighbor
"hood snent Wednesday with will
Sam Plttman and wife were Sun
day sruestfl of the latters mother
Mrs. T. M. Sims.
Mrs. Monroo Wllkerson was call
Ing on Mrs. S. J. Gibson Monday.
P. J. HUlen and Mrs Will East
ham, ware In Arrow Rock Monday,
Mrs. Joe Thorp and children vis
Jtlng in Boonvllle with her daugh
ter, Mrs PauKSchler, w"- v
Mr. and; Mia. .. Glen' . ' Amsbury
spent Wednesday vflih their daugh
ter Mrs. Ben Odell.
P. S. Reynolds moved to his own
liomo this week.
Henry Njomoler and Clydo Sims
were in Saline City Sunday,
Mrs, Abe Ballard and daughter
Mrs. Fred Zwalyi are. visiting In
"Monroe county with Mrs. Ballards
Mrs. Ernest Udell and baby re
turned h;Ojne Tuesday after a few
day's 'visit with hor parents near
j Eddie Schiesser returend; home
Saturday after a visit WiTexas'He
purchased a farm there and.-'think'
II .1 1 1 1. L I - .
, vviPj) iiu. luxate, uioiu puuu,
'?J4ii'V'WWr, 'Wife and' daughter;
fKoiwfngweaU, of Lon Webb
, WWl'of Marshall
! vfisitMwrth r hW 'tpfftWk ftuM
f ainily ' a, t ew days. ' "
(Lon Odell Artie Morris, Mr. and
'Mwm i'WAaJ i2a.m't ui
Warm Knit Underwear
ACOMI'I.KTIt ASHORTMKNT !'
MTYI.KH AND HIZKS l'OH WOM
UN AND CIIII.UKUN
The underwear bandied at this storo
is just what you have been looking for in
undorwear quality, durability and wash
ability. Theso aro undergarments that
fit and cover tho form perfectly, and Im
prove in appearance and fooling aftor
each trip to tho laundry.
Wc carry a largo stock of Knit Un
dor garments for women and children.
Our lines are complete, and comprise full
assortments of sizes in vests, pants and
Every piece of this underwear carries
our heartiest recommendation. Wo be
liovo we are offering tho very best under
wear-values on the market.
Women's Vest's 25c to $1.50
Women's Pants 25c to 50c
Union Suits 50c to $2.50
Headquarters For Hosiery
You'll always find at Whito's a com.
plcte stock of dependable hosiery of
stockings that will givo the utmost ser
vice and satisfaction. And you will also
find our prices to bo as low as could be
obtained anywhere on equal qualities.
That is why wo aro Hosiery Headquarters
Exhibiting The New Furs
Every fur pieco hero is now and fresh
and dependable. Hero arc Seal, Lynx,
Fox, Mtuk and Molo fur sets and pieces.
You can rely upon these, and accept
our .statements of their quality. You
know that wo'ro always ready to "make
good" if anything bought of usshould'nti
The Importance of Being
THK FIT ANI Kl'FHGTIVKNHHS OV YOUR
FAI.I.COHTIJMKHWIM. DICI'KND IN A I.AIH1K
MKAHUKK UPON THK COIISKT YOU WKAH
This is a safe storo from which to buy
your corsets, for two significant reasons:
1 Wo handle tho celebrated Henderson
corsets, and every pair wo sell car
ries our own guarantee as well as
that of tho maker.
2 Our salcspooplo in this department
aro export corsottiorcs, trained in the
.iclcction and fitting of corsets. You
aro certain of receiving at this storo
tho proper corsets for your form.
All Henderson Corsets, from the lowest-priced
to tho most expensive, aro
scientifically made, so that whilo rigidly
conforming to tho season's newest fash
ions in outer garments, they aro comfor
tablo and hygienic, and givo to the flguro
a graceful, easy carriage.
It costs no moro for you. to be
correctly fitted with a good corset at this
storo than to risk an unsatisfactory cor
set somowhere else.
Prices 50c to $5.00
THe Store That Sells Wooltex
tcrswero shopping in Marshall Frl OREARVILLE
day. . . ,l T. J. Stivers was shopping
Mrs. Julius Rolth ana Kate bw sater i
noy visited a few days In Marshall, Mffl a,mor of Sn,t Brnnch
with Mrs. Chas Nloroeler. Mrs. pont tjja Wodncsdny wIth
Nlemeler nnd daughter Pearl left MrJ R am0P
Sunday for St Louis to meet Chas, M,8B Lwj Law,cla who ,tcachng
Nlemeler who returned from Ger- at Mt Loonard spont frotn PrIdny
many wnere no n untl Sunday with T. J. Stivers and
months. i ,t L vrilo.
Georse Nloroeler and'dfay flood- rru.n. ,unn. ,ui.
loo were guests of Miss Edna Park Neff Bundny woro JeBS0 nonslck
in Arrow kock ounuay - d lfc Tom stivers and wife. A
Mrs. . Jennie Dickson la reported Neff nnd fam
on tho sick list Misses Julia and Irene Neff of
TllT" rnMTDD Camp Creok apent the afternoon
CLAY ttlNltK Wednesday with 'Miss Lalla Qll-
Wm Frank was a Marshall caller mer.
Monday, Mrs. Blackburn of Miami spont a
Clay Center School opened Mon- lew aays last weeKt wun her daugh
day with Mlas Kathryn Ellis as ter, rs. ooert uiimer.
John Hall haa .'been sick for the
past few days.
Mr. and Mrs Henry West from
the state of California are visiting
John Brumblo was aDIackwater
mi. rvirlnnn Snnnwir'has return . .'
nea io oiui-ar w cuiniiuv
school work, v
conade, Mo., after a weeks visit to "
Mrs. Hill's narents. I
Mrs. Jeff Fischer visited at Ike
Parkhursts last Tuesday.
Mrs. Charley Pauley of, Oklaho,
ma, is visiting relatives and filcnds
in this community.
Mr, Heirs and wife vlnlLod at Jeff
fow day,a last week.
Mrs. Alice Blakloy and mother
were callers at John Gathers Sun
Intended for taat wttk
Mrs. Fred Zwally and daughters
nro visiting with the formers sis
ter, Mrs. John Santiago cn.ir Mar
shall. SoveraV from here attended the
funeral of Mrs. K. Crouch.
Robert Winn or Louisiana Is vis
iting with, his mother Mrs. Abb
Margrot Davis went to Marshall
Sunday where she will attend high
last weok to see her son-in-law,
Allon nedges who is seriously ill
with typhoid fever.
A llttlo son arrived at tho home
of Mr. and. Mrs. Porter Morris on
H. C. Mead who haa been quite
sick for several weeks Is reported
to bo a little better.
narry Dickson of Arrow Rock
spent several days with relatives
Protracted meeting began at
tho Christian church, here Sunday.
I Anfih rift of Cantai
oausuury , jjiu.
Young man If you aspire to be
coming a benedict, don't let a
woman work you for a satin dress
and a diamond ring, for tho chanc-
(4 ava sha will marry tne otno
.fellow who has given her nothing
but tho sunshlno of his smiles.
Miami has Juat recently had such
a case. "A bird In tho hand Is
worth two In the Sbush."
Mrs. August Royar entertained
'at dinner Sunday her friend Mrs.
IT. P. Burns of Kansas City and Dr
and Mrs. A. H. W. Sullivan and
Mrs. A. P. Bishop of Miami.
Mrs. Jim Walden nnd daughtor,
Junita, have returned from a visit
I to nardin and Bogard, Mo.
Our school opened up Monday
morning with about 60 pupils en
rolled. B. W. Collins has chargo
of tho high school, Miss Bossle
Odell of the Grammar room and
Mrs. W. R. nubbard tho primary
George Glcsler was trading with
our merchants Tuesday.
Miss Mattle Houston went to
Klrksvlllo last week where she
will attend school this winter.
Wntson Dlggs and wlfo were in
This cool wave feels very pleas
ant after tho extreme hot weather
Misses Julia Watts and Mary
Houston both left last week for
Fayette, where they will again at
Mrs. Lawrence Edwards and
baby nro in Pilot Orovo this week
the guest of relatives.
Harold Turley and wlfo and J. P
and wife took an nuto trip to Kan
sas City Wednesday returning on
Mrs. W. B. Collins of Florida nnd
Mrs. L. A. Wllmarth of Cooper
were dinner guests Thursday of
Mrs. Mincrvn Bingham.
Cnry Dlggs of Oklahoma and sis
ter Mrs. Lou Polndcxtcr will soon
co to housekeeping In the house
Mrs. Polndextcr recently purchas
ed of T. II. Dickson In tho West
Mrs. Will Moehlc of Boonvllle
and Mrs. R. S. Bingham of Mexico,
Mo nro both here "with their moth
er Mrs. Easthnm who is nultc sick.
Mrs. Laura Jagnow vhited sev
eral days last week In the country
with her brother Fred Blcrbaura
Ralph Shemwell and Bert Elch-
man returned Saturday from Chart
ton county where they were sell
ing a selfwringing mop.
Mrs. W. D. Shemwell of Hlggtns
vlllo and Miss Ruth V. Shemwell
of Blackwater visited sccrnl days
with W. S. Shemwell and family.
Misses Sadie and Georgia Stcnn
went to Columbia last wek where
they will tako up their positions
for tho wlntor. '
Rev. Park of William Jewell col
lege preached Sunday at the Bap
Bert Elchman wont to Columbia
whero ho will enter the University.
Lora Howell of Nelson visited Considering tho warm weather a
with Knthryn Townsend a few day.
George Nlemeler bought him n
nice driving horse Saturday.
good crowd is present every even
Oscar Neff and wife of Blue
Springs, Mo., and. Wm. Neff and
wlfo of Little River, Kansas have
rocurnea 10 meir nomes alter a
fow d!ays visit with their parents
Intended terltit week
Mrs. S. J. White of near Waver- Mr. and' Mrs. C. J. Noff.
ly via!ted.her sister Mrs. .Will os- Watts moved here one day
tor taat woo. - last week from Arrow Rock. Ho
aim. x. x. v.ijtmu aw.v UUUB..- nnB neen an employee jor some
ter fflelon spent last weoK in aiar- 0 on xd C. & A.
1 it in. i 1 r rtr xr &
naii -wiiii iur ii . - Mjg. E A, nupp and 1IUI& on
tt..- ar at homo a" 0 protracted via
mjuin . i " it with relatives in Fayette.
Kansas for an Indefinite visit iwith
his uncle, Wm Weokley.
Misses Leora and Yernona Hern
C. P. Young is back on 'duty
again 'aa brnkeman, after a months
"- ,ii. 1.1. , .
don left last week. Tho formorfor ,Blt ,uo " ewasita.
The sick folks nro reported bet- Do36 Clty- Kansas, and the lat
ter at Remls Tucks. r. 'or onroo. L,a.
John Barehors and famllv visited. W.Mi. Jttasters 01 Kansas city is
" , f
mi. Wnnrtliv Hfill tame home
o-T. t m.i,ii wi,r ahe John Uttrchora ana family visited, - ,r" vT.rS " r. and Mrs. Jas naynlo who
r"V' ..r.7." Jl relaUves In 8weet Springs Friday, viwung w iwr lt. haVo been vislllnir Miami roldtlv
has been visiting, soveral days,
u JL hm Tnim Tinimliift win Ed BUklyi Wednesday,
of Mr. an dMra. John Brumble.Wed and Luoy Cundlf
"li?y-JS Mrs 'Frank Leimkuhleri at Df' J' S' "anl0
-fiila a flvlniw f itwaMfl Dull M
Iliauv w j t.ib ""-j
Thursday with Dan Ehlar In his
.; count V: seat Saturday. L
ear. They attended apicnfc wnue
theN', v f
Misaesi Lucile and Lori'ne West
and' Sallle Brown called on 'Miss
MlnrilV Brumole Sunday.
Mrs. Hery Meyer, spent Sunday
wit her brother WmvFrank.
!tTry 'SpencAr called on' John
Saline City Visited In thtls1 neigh
, Oliildroa AOry
Lewis VanBusklrk and, wife vis
ited relatives noar Cretcher Sun
Intended for last week,
n rr 1 1 i.r Vl and friends hero 'for tho past two
n ji weekn n"10 Returned to their
Mabel and sons Forest and Rod- h0ffl0 ,n Q Mr. Haynles'
ney returnod tothelr home in tore wa, burglarised while ho was
r"' nt.u nero and many valuables stolen.
. ' , T ' , , however the thief has been cap
7 tured and Mr. Haynle shortened his
JF .1. , 1 l visit hero and hastened home to
SS ,Un t0Bt m0UnRat hU b"ito Mrrnaynierrbroth
or of Mrs. Boyd Sullivan of Miami
Thri .'llAlA miKa nt Mr. nnd Mra.
, jo 'jjcu passea tnrougn neyo on cifurop of near Rose Valley died
Monday, with Ma daughter,, Miss Tue8day and was burled at Hatel
vetwrese is teacnuig tne kiv- Qrove cftnietery Wednesday.
er View SqhooL ".
John Brunible was in the Orear- of ATFP
yllto neighborhood Monday Wy- OL.A.cn,
lfig calves. "Intended tor last week.
Drs W, L, Sharp passed through SiMm Kate Hull and daughter,
hr Prltlav umiitik tn Uni..iii Mlaa Blv. are at' home After anro-
l, vA. WU Ol wascpnaoe, jo., IS. weu vian. wim remivw iu n-
vlsltlng at John Brurable's.
1 ui 1
Walter Utloy' and wife have gon
to Edwardsville, 111., on a visit
That town Is soon to celebrate if
louin anniversary, and Mr. and
Mrs. Utley1 will 'help make the oc
sion a Joyous one.
Mrs. Annie Edmonds entertained
at dinner Friday Mrs, T. P. Burns
of Kansas City.
Master Bennett Bishop Is, the
proud trainer ot a French Poodle
How few of us there are, who
havo not hidden away In some
bureau or closet, some almost
forgotten, almost faded picture
memories of dear ones who
have passed to the Great Be
Possibly, too.' we have been
fearfully watching, as the years
L'o round, the steady but relent,
less fading .that promises ore
loua to mako these dear treas
ons but a memory Indeed.
Perhaps It Is somo old daguer
reotypoln Its little old worn-out
leather case, showing on Its
dimmed silver surfaco tho
quaint picture of some grand,
parent, or a father or mother In
the baby days, with little strag.
gly curls and tho low-necked
dress affected tn those "good
old days" ot the Victorian per.
Maybe 'tis and ambrotype, or
one of those old-fashioned cartes
do vlsite which wore all tho rage
thirty years back, when every
slttlna-room table held the
There were good photograph
ers in those days, but thoy had'
not tho facilities ot modern, por
trait-maker, and the vaunted
permanence ot the pictures was
moro in the name than In fact.
Why not perpetuate these old
ptcturo-memories while there is
yetan opportunity? Afew years
hence even thefaintest outlines
may have van Ished fore ver.
Modern methods and modern
papors will give you a lasting
copy of such pictures, andskllN
tut work will preserve to you
the portraits that you have al
most despaired of and give them
to you in most cases even clear
er and more remlnlscently than
the faded copies you bow have.
Why not bring these okl pic
tures to us? We at least will
truthfully tell you whether It is
too late to save them.