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Friday, September JW, 112.
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Fine Clothes I
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ror ran ana winter. L-any
'showing of the new, late fab
rics, the smart new styles and
models, just in from
Hart, Schaf f ner & Marx
You must not fail to have an
early look at these goods. Come
while everything is fresh and
complete. Come whether you
are ready to buy or not. Look
thru' the stock, decide on your
color, your fabric, your pattern.
Let us find your size and correct
fit; you can .have it laid aside
for a later time if you want to.
You might as well have an ear
1 choice, you know you're going
to want these clothes sooner or
New grays and browns, new blue grays,
and blue serges in plain and pattern weaves.
The Shape Maker, the Varsity, the new English
model, the smart new Raglan overcoat, the
London, the Chcsterfeld and the English Box
Suits, - $15.00 to $25.00
Overcoats, $10.00 to $25.00
DOWNING GLO. CO
Joe Petersen was in this neigh
borhood last week.
Mrs. Mort Doan and niece Miss
LUlie Martin of Sweet Springs,
spent Friday with Mrs. Tom Lewis.
Miss Edith Kddy and nephew,
Rufus Arni' was shopping in Mar
shall Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Qaunt Kitchen of
Miami were visiting in the neigh
Mrs. Cary Sitton and children,
returned to her home in Anada
Sunday after visiting her uncles,
Frank and Peter Sadewhltc. Miss
Maudie Sadewhite aceompnlci her
home for an extended visit.
Miss Laura Ilabcrman spent Sat
urday night in Marshall with MIsb
Julia JTracy,. '
Jas. Wingflcld and wife came out
Sunday to O. A. Dnrrons to sec
the formers mother who is sick.
Mrs. Wingflcld is some better.
Mrs. Chas. Petry, Mrs. F. P. Wil
liams and baby and Mrs. J. A.
Peck were dlncnr guests of Q. 11.
Lasley nnd family Tuesday.
Alvis Trent of Dodge City, Kan
sas is here for a visit to friends
Ilobln Herndon left last week for
Ottawa, Kansas, where ho will
clerk in his uncle's store.
Joe Holloway and wife of Mar
shall visited their grandmother,
Mrs. Sander last week.
O. H. Lasley transacted business
in Marshall Tuesday. ,
Fowler Stout moved his brother
Oren, to town whoro he can be
seen by the Doctor every day.
He is reported better.
The farmers of this community
are very busy cutting corn and
hauling off their wheat.
Mrs. Cleveland Clark attended.
the Saline Baptist Association at
Tho Woodson School began Mon
day the ninth with Miss Etta Stols
worth as teacher. Tho attendance
Is good and we wish Miss Stols-
worth a success.
Llttlo Nclllo Scott has been very
sick with tho fever the past week.
Some of our farmers aro antici
pating n great tlmo at tho State
Fair week aftor next.
Amlcl Kcchart Is visiting In St.
Nona Jones Is attending Missou
ri Valley College.
A sad occuranco In our midst
was tho death of Allen Hedges,
who died Sunday night. Our deep
est sympathy Is extended to the
parents and relatives.
Miss Ethel Mao Smith of Black
water spent last week hore, the
guest of Miss Lula Marksbury.
Forrest Dunne of Qulncy, III., Is
visiting J. M. Marksbury.
Messrs Will Hickman, Roy and
Ralph Q winn of Slater, Misses
Ethel Mao Smith, Ora and Lula
Marksbury took a fine trip to
Blackwuter Sunday In the Qwlnn
Miss Vera Hcncgar was shop
ping In town Monday.
Farrls Baker returned Monday
from Now York City whoro ho
was called on business.
Mrs. Ennis and daughter, Miss
Ruth are visiting Msr. Lcn Ennls
at this writing.
John Keehart Is remodeling his
It Is surprising how Maudie Kcc
hart will spend so much money
for "glue". She has recently pur
chased a barrel for the solo pur
pose of mending a broken heart.
Farrls Baker and Miss Eva Smith
spent Sunday at tho Marksbury
Jacob Mull of San Diego, Cal.,
was visiting friends in this neigh
borhood last week.
Miss Woodlc Hall returned to
her homo Saturday after a week
visit with Miss Ida Lewis.
Arch Bell Is going to build him
a new house. jj
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I HERE'S THE PLACE TOGO! I
I A Whole Week of education and pleasure
I Missouri Stecte Fair
I sedalia I
I A Grand Exposition of Missouri's Resources I
Opens Sept. 28
Closes Oct. 4
Places of Study
A Million Dollar Stock Show
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep, Swine
Farm Machinery Exhibits
Stock and Corn Judging Contests
Mammoth Poultry Show
Grand Agricultural and Horticul
Balloon Ascensions and Races
Splendid Vaudeville Entertainment
Thaviu's Celebrated Band
Three Night Horse Shows
Great Horse Racing tf
Tie Missouri State Fiir is a Sclool, (oll aoi University of Observation
You Can Afford io Go!
You Gan?t Afford to Stay Away
''Everybody's Boosting It Now' Bargain Fares on Railroads
inery 1 Opening !
Friday and Saturday
September 20 and 21
With experienced trim
mer from Chicago
and saleslady from Kan
sas City, besides our usu
al force, we hope to give
full satisfaction. Come
and have a good time.
East Side Sq., Marshall.
Gift finntn O fjt.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Ghlldrsa.
The KM. Yii Havt Always BtNtkt
Come to Kansas City
at Our Expense!
Tho .Jones Store Co. will refund you Iho iiricoof your rail
road faro on tho basis of ono railo, round trip for cacn dollar
expondituro. For inslanco, visit Kansas City and purchase at
tHU storo t3 tho oxtoat or twaaty-fivo dollars and we'll
refund your fare both ways for twenty-five miles.
Advantages of 'Purchasing at This Store
Railroad faro refunded, on tho nbovo basis.
Profit-sharing Suj-uty Coupons nlvcn ono Coupon with
ouch 10c purchnKo. A filled book or 1,300 Surety CoupoiiH
rcdconmblo in this storo's morrliandlso for S2.G0 KRI2E,
It U unncccHsary to brlnjz laro sums or money to Knnsns,
City, ns wo nxtond tho prlvllcgo or opening an Accomoda
tion Charao Account to nil rusponslblcporsons.
High grade merchandise ut popular prices. Our guar
antee: Satisfaction or Your Money Back,
Order Goods by Mail if You Cannot Cornel
Expert shoppors fill your orders with tho same carp you would
exorcise wore you to purchase in person.
IMl'OKTANT.On all mall orders amounting to $5.00 or more,
via pay tho oxponso or delivery within a radius or 200 miles
A STORS FOR EVERYBODY.
Kansas City's Profit-Sharing Store.
MIsr Eva Tuttlo of Nnpton was
guest tho last of tho week of Dr.
and Mrs. Tuttlo.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper were
called to Saracrus Mo., last week
on account of tho Illness of Mr.
Miss Leo Lawless spent Suturday
and Sunday with friends nt Slater.
Miss Minnie Hockensmlth spent
everal days in Kansas City last
week tho guest of relatives.
Services each evening at 7.30 at
the Baptist church all are invited.
Miss Myrtle Wilder of Marshall
was a guest of friends hore over
Mr. -and Mrs. Charley Savers en
tertained Saturday evening In
honor or Miss Lena Mayfleld, -
J, J. Robertson shipped three
loads of fine- cattle Saturday.
A nurnber ot our people attend
ed tho fair at Sweet Springs last
Mrs. George Sylvester was a
guest of rrlonds In Sweet Springs
A, B. Cort has completed the
cottago where ho tore down the
old house. It sure imnrovos trio
looks ot things.
)Vd have orders for 1,000 tons, scrap iron, bones and
rags! Wo can pay you extra prices for old engines, cast
iron and stovo plate.
Wo bandio all hinds. of junk, also hides, pelts, tallow
etc. It will pay you to net onr prices before you sell.
If "you trado with us both of us gain.
Next to Mose Land Mill. Mo. Pac. R. R.
Bell Phono No. 3. 38.41b
Thie right powder
at the right price
Oh cat aa OMitce 2A onncea for 2fl cents Is the right
price to' pay for baking powder; It's the price
For Piles and
A new and Improved method, "The Invincible
Remedy" li the beet home treatment ever tried
for these trouble.
Four reasone why, It li the beeti
It prevent! thet hard Impaction of the faeces
In tho rectum and anal canal.
It prevent the tumor from protruding.
It kecpa, constantly, prenaed afralnet the die
eaaed part. apothlns and heeling: aalve.and
auickiy brina. relief. , . i
. It Is n Supporter, Medicator and Palnleta Rec
A box contawnf IS eupporter and one. box Ot
aalve will be serif to anyone, for tU.SO,
Dr.J.S. McKee, Marshall, Me.(
QggV CAN GUARANffi!
sells for, Do not pay more; it'a a waste of money.
K C Baking Powder is pure, wholesome and ef
fective In action. Results are sure and certain.
A trial will not only, convince, but make you
a firm, fast friend. You really ought to know
for yourself what a wonderful baking help K C
'Baking Powder is. "
Smi& to thm X C Cook' Book '
Tlie'kC Ceok'a Book, ctmtalttltjg 90 teMwl, fiy
v le rscJpwi,'- et free upon receipt of the eotarael ew
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