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A Perfect Fit is a Luxury f
But this is one luxury which every woman may
enjoy if she will. In selecting our lines, we choose fjj
not only the most stylish models that are offered, but H
we buy only lasts which we know to be splendid fit
"ters. We nre experienced shoe men. When you buy
your shoes from us, you may know that they will be
fitted as shoes should be fitted. For your comfort's
sake let U3 fit you with a pair of good fitters.
Mrs. Joe Johnson at Slater pass
ed through Marshall Thursday en
route to Cta-and Pass to attend Ihe
Mrs. T. S. McCutchln of hldgo
Prairie and Mrs. John Brummetof
southeast ot twon were shopping
In Marshall Tuesday. ' -
Mrs. Henry Ahlt of Malta Bend
Is visiting Mrs. Estbn Murrell of
this city. Mrs. Ahlf (s stilt nurs
ing a sore foot caused by step
ing on a nail. I
Miss Essie Osborne rnturnod
home Monday evening after a Very
pleasant week spent at the homo
of Mrs. Wilt Shannon near Nelson.
Wednesday ovenlng Sept. 18 at Those who accompanied -Mr. and
7 o'clock a large number of Invit- Mrs. Albert Owons nnd Mrs. Me
ed friends and relatives of the con. dure and family Tuesday evening
trading parties gathered prompt-when they came on the sad mls
ly to witness the marriage of Miss .slon of bringing their little one
Birdie Allco Eisner to Mr. Roger here for burial were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Q. Jones, at the Presbyterian
church which was beautifully deco
rated for the occasslon. The col
ors used were pink and green
Thin popular young couple wore
attended by llttlo Misses Mary
Louise Wall and Martha Wiley,
Masters Edwin Houston and J. C.
Hicklln as ribbon bearers. Messrs
Carl Pelot and John Orenr, Frank
Nelson and Lester Ford ns ushers.
Misses Mabel Evans, Adallnc Mor
row, Jessie Bellamy and Nan Oog
gln as bridesmaids. Mrs. Frank
Warren ns matron of honor and
J. Owens, of Scdlala, Mr. nnd Mm.
A. P. Owens, St. Louis, Mrs. T.
Love, Jefferson City; Mrs. O. S.
Haydcn, Jefferson City, Mrs. Crum
ley, Charloy Klloy, Boonvlllc and
Mr. and Mrs. L. McClure, Nelson.
Mrs. W. Fowler and children re
turned to their homo In Kansas
The tittle son Ilurlen, of Mr. nnd
Mrs. IJ. Fates nccldcntly fell off of
n porch Sunday, although he is
not seriously hurt he hasn't been
able to walk since.
The Baptist Association wlilii
tilt mat .t a a
nitio miss ncicn iiicKiin ns ring convencu ncrc tno mn nnd 13 wnu
bearer and Mr. Houston Eisner ns largely attended. Over 69 preach
best man. Mr. Eisner attended his crs nnd delegate! wcro here. All
daughter to tho altar where the the services wore enjoyed. Dinner
ceremony was performed by the and supper each day was served
resident pastor Rov. J. E. Wylle in the church yard.
In his usual Impressive manner. Tuesday morning ns Mrs. 0. Mc
Aftcr tho ceremony the Invited Clure was stepping from tho stn
guests assembled at tho Eisner Hon hero to tho passenger train
home where a splendid reception enroute to Marshall she ncclldcnt
was given. Mr. nnu .Mrs. Jones y fell nnd Injured ono of her
will occupy their now cottage bun- ankles so that she had to bo
galow In the south 'part of 'tdwn carried back to her home. Tho
when they return from their wed- station is being repaired, honce
ding trip. the accident.
Mr. H. Qwlnn died Saturdny,- Mr. and Mrs. 0. Qoodhuo of Kan
Sopt 14th at his homo south of sas City are visiting relatives and
town. Mr. Qwlnn had not been friends ho re.
well for somo tlmo with ailments Mr. nnd Mrs. n. Jeffres of Ncl
Incldental to old age. Ho had non and nnrry Smith of Kansas
oecn n rcsiuont or tno rarmwncr City visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
ho died for many years, no is Jones rccontly also Miss Vnnars
survived by his sons, Dr. Russell dale.
Qwlnn, of Missoula, Mont., non. Mr. and Mrs. Demoss and Misses
James Qwlnn ot St. Anthony Ida- Janie and Sylvia spont last week
ho, and a daughter Mrs. Q. R. visiting her brother nnd slitcr, Mr
urignt. Mrs. uwmn preceded him nnd Mrs. J. Earp near Aulvllle.
In death by only n fow months. In- Charles Demoss took chargo of
terment was mado at salt Fork his school near Mnrshall last wepk
Sunday. This Is his fifth year In tho same
Miss Mildred Bollamy Is at Lib- school
erty Female colloge whore she will Mrs. Ransbereer of Sodhlln wn
toko n special course In voice cul- a guest of Mrs. Fannlo Green this
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson of J. Price shipped five cars of
Gralncevillo Texas, former rest- cattle to Kansas City.
denta of Swcot Springs are visit-
Ing relatives and frlonds here this NEW HOME
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, E. Hocker ro- Wo are ' having cloudy weather
turned Tuesday from a visit of ten ttt writing.
days to their son Lon Hockor In The protracted mooting at Elm
St. Louis. wood held by Rev.- Alton, nccom
Tho street fair was a success, de panted by C. O. Clark, chorister,
sptto tho inclement weather on both of Warrensburg closed Sun-
Friday and Saturday. The dis- day ovenlng. Tho mooting was n
plays In each doportment would success there bolng cloven addl
havo done credit to a state fair, tlons.
Miss Marguerite Blnkloy toft on Mr, nnd Mrs. George Green arc
Tuesday morning for Columbia, visiting the latera parents D. M.
where oho will attend Christian Harris and family.
College this .year. There will bo an Ico cream sup-
Wm, Slmrali will be a student at P 8'ven at tho Now Home thurcli
the University this year, ne left on Saturday night Sept. 21, 1912.
Tuesday for Columbia. Every body is invited.
Miss. Fern- Winston has entered Miss Tllllo Lemon of Sedalla Is
Central Collogo at Lexington wher vlslUng relatives and friends in
she will continue, her study of this vicinity,
music. Mrs. Albert Seattle and children,
Elwyn Andrew left the first of Mrs. Anna Larue and Walter were
tho week' "for Columbia whore ho nil Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs.
Sfflll attend the University, o C. N. Laughlln.
Mrs. Frank Warren who has Miss Myrtle" Ross won't, to Black
been a guesb for several days at burn Monday" io start, '.In. school
'the , home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred for, the winter, . ""'-"
Eisner was joined Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, 'Mr1.' and
her husband w'ho came to attend Mrs. Willie Lemons and son George
the Eisner-Jones wedding, and mother Mrs A. "K. Lemon
Mrs. S, R. McConnell and noph- went to Kansas City the later part
ew Lester: Ford of Kansas City at- of last week.,
tended the wedding 'of tholrcous-' Rufus 'Edwards and Miss Frances
Is ioger Jones here. Wednesday. Reager took dinner at D. M. Har
'.WllKHedger who has been" in its' Sunday.
Rev. Gabter, tho now nastor of
tho German Evangelical church.
and family moved into tho par
sonage Thursday. The members f
of the church are glad to sec tho
mmiiy arrive., The stork paid
visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. iNnnl
Saturday, September 7, 1312 and
left a big boy. Record.
NORTH GRAND PASS: ,
A much needed rain reached this
part of the county Saturday and'
Ward Williams, wife and chil
dren wore shopping In Marshall on
Miss Boatrlght, primary teacher
of Edwards public: school visited
homefolks at Marshall Saturday
nnd Sunday. .
The picnic given last Thursday
the members of the German Luth
eran church was a success In every
Grandma Spry who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs. Robt.
Raines, .left last Sunday for a vis
It with her son at Lexington.
Miss Cora Edwards spent the lat
tor part of last week with vclitlve
at Grand Pass.
Several from this neighborhood
attended the funeral of Llttla Al
bert Haydcn Owens Wednesday at
Mr. and M-s, Will Fowler and
fnmlty returned to their homo h
Kansas City after n visit with rcl
ntlves nnd friends aro 'nd here.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
C. Wright was made sad last Sun
day by tho death of their onli
child, Anna Laure.
Mrs. James Demoss our popu
lar millinery of Grand Pas.i, wish
es to inform her friends through
the columns of thli piper tha'
r.lic lias received her fall stock of
millinery goods. Watch for her
BuinTss? 1t$ Great!"
Talk about customers, well I
For each day brings in a. rale,,
And Uncle Jake, so you will
Is just as busy as a bee;
.And. say, it really does seem
To see that lots took my ad
vice, For I should long have told
About our wonderful line
And if you tell me your re
quest Your Uncle Jako will do the
So don't delay, but be like
Who took my tip on "Colic
"Rube" Delroy and Aunt Samanihn, the Country bumpkins, with,
theY6unE Buffalo Wild Wctt.md Col "Cumm!ns'"l'ar Uast
The Big" Circus
Combining features ot tho Ori
ent and Occident, the Young Buf
falo Wild West and Col. Cummins'
Far East, which will exhibit In
Marshall, Thursday afternoon and
night, September 20, mnkes an es
pecial uppcal to the Jided amuse
BABCCCK TESTER IS PRAISED
Everybody's doin' it. WHAT?
Going to the
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR
Opens Oct. 4, Closes Oct 12
LOW RATES AND SPECIAL TRAINS
TO AND FROM
CH1QAGO & ALON
"The Only Way" to "The Only Fair"
TIiIh Ycnr'n Fair will be the very best Fair ever held The
attractions Tar exceed any previous years. Monoplane and Dw 'aue
Flijzhts. Mile. Garcia of Hnana, Cuba, rides down an mcl-ned
piano in an Automobile, and turns a triple somersault. Ba'Ioon
Ascensions wilh Parachute Drop. Motorcycle and Automobile
Races, and hundreds of other attractions, all in addition to the im
mense exhibit of Horses, Cattle. Sheep, Swine and Poultry. m
The Chicago & Alton will mako very low rates to Springfield,
from all sections of its line in Illinois with liberal limits. You can't
afford to miss this year's State Fair.
or rates, time of trains and other information consult 0. E. HAW
THORNE, Ticket Acent, Marshall, Mo. 40
Invention Has Revolutionized Dairy
ing Industry Dulletln Issued
by Wlscontlon Station.
A fitting recognition of Dr. Stephen
Moulton Babcock'a services to tho
dfdrv wnrlit thrmieli tlin luvnntlnn nf
ment lovor In quest of something lno mk teBtor bearing his namo Is
now, meritorious and out of tho found In a circular lalclr Issued by
ordinary. Tho thrilling ndvontur- tho Wisconsin experiment station. Its
(v of tho romatlc, rugged people tltlo Is "The Coming ot Ago" ot tho
Dabcock Test, and It Is written by
Dean Russell. In bulletin 24, Issued
In 1890 by tho same station, tho Usb
cock tost wag given to tho public. Tho
Invention has so completely ro.rolu-
mb jueonaru1 wore in
WANTID-Younc ladles to lern , Mra.vF. B. Rlgney of Shackelford
,v mUUyt L.t'CjRlffe'a, vru. Marslwll1 Ylertor Wednes-
of the fur wost, In their dartng
gamett, sports, past times and reck
less horsemanship, combined with
tho semi-barbaric denizens of tho
far east, furnishes an entertain
ment so unique and fnsclnaHng.it
is said, that the most blase amuse
ment patron will find It well
worth while. Representatives
from many tribes of North Amer
ican Indians, cow boyA, cow girls,
bronco busters, rough riders, va
querps, lasso manipulators, marks
men and markswomon of Internat
ional repute, together with Cinga
lese, Tartars, Arabs, Maoris, Aus
tralian bushmen, buck umpors,
boomerang throwers, bull whip
manipulators; Boors, Turks, nin
dus, Egyptians, East Indians, Jap
anese, Russian Cossacks and wh'lrl
wind dancers, vlelng with each 1 Babcoek TetHno Outfit,
other for supremacy In their nn- tlontMd dairying, putting It on a
tlvo sports, exploltB, horseman- 'eound buslnesa basis that upon lta
ahlp and dare-dovJltry.kTho ample twenty-first birthday ofuclal recognt
arena is transformed into a vcri- Hon of tha Inventor's tvork Is gtvea by
table riot of action ; a kaleldoscop- the nmo institution that fostered the
1c panorama of colors A HMiincr Invention, The circular contains a
mass ot humanity-tho molting pot 5?mP,e! acc?u,?t "f ,J
nf ihn WM'. .t- the tester and should ba read with la-
n;tWd Snat'tng' t.r..t .wherever cow, W. known.
Camels, dromedaries, nlnnlmnfti.
Iong-horped cattle from Iceland
and genuine Arabian, stalllbns,
Y n?"v ,an lnceB Wp- pesure." he quoted grandlloqatly
ulne Arabs, Cingalese and other.far fnws the noted reform lecturer lie had
eastern representatives, present a h.
Picture of prlental spleiidor, itls ('
said the, like, of, vrhtchhis pover . Country Without Manufacture.,
been seen In .this,, country, before.. Panama has .practically no. manu:
A' bljf street narade will hi. criv.. factureei ' !-The rrluclnnl exiaorts are
en on the morning of (the exhllil- taaiaiiaa, cocoanuta. hides aad skins,
Uon, Jti wh'lch' all. the iartlsts, pe'r-u',TSrutB, rubbr and, hardwood; of
tji' . ". ' " ' ' which the TlBlted Stutoa recolvea tha
KYZ m ? W14Jn.i More -than halt; ot
fw5 'iM rn?e.0p,0,v?11 tat wpora are furnished by the
take part. .This pageant Is saldW if auta and coneist; chiefly ; .of
be the most novel, ever glvfen wrfh rioittuaitextlUs and, Jtarilwftr.
Filial tha Bill.
"X sentence wjth tho word expos
are," the teacher demanded, and a
AN EGG LAYING CONTEST AT THE STATE FAIR
UTILITY HENS WILL HAVE RACE TO FILL
THE NESTS THE GREATEST POULTRY SHOW
Kings and Queens of the Poultry World Will Compete for the Liberal
Premiums for the Best Birds Raised in America and Competition is
Open to tho World L E. Quisenberry Has Charge of Contest.
THE POULTRY Show at the Mis
zourl Stato Fair this year will
ba n great exhibition In Itself.
Competition Is open to tho world and
tho prize winning birds ot all tho dlf
foront breeds from tho best known
poultry yards In tho United States
will bo on exhibition and In competi
tion for tho largo cash premiums
which have been offered by the Fair
Tho thousands ot visitors to the Mis
souri Stato Fair which Is to be held
at Sedalla, Mo., during the week com
mencing September 28 and conclud
ing ou October 4, who are Interestod
In poultry will nnd the Poultry Show
ono of the greatest attractions ot the
annual exposition. The hundreds ot
different kinds of fowl will bo shown
In all the perfection of Intelligent and
The Poultry Building on the Mis
souri Stato Fair grounds, used cxclu
slvely for the exhibition ot poultry, Is
recognized as the best structure of Its
kind In the United States. It Is fitted
up with hundreds of stationary, sani
tary coops, nearly all pf which are ot
the Empire pattern, uniform In size
and exceedingly well arranged -for ex
hlbltloa purposes. The building is
well lighted and veutllated and ad
mirably equipped for the care aad
comfort ot tho Kings and Queens ot
tho poultry, world.
The premiums' offered are exceed
ingly liberal and attractive and are
offered cbletly for utility breeds ot
poultry. The "Huckster" Is not made
welcome to tho. Missouri Poultry
Show, which Is. held exclusively for
the benefit of .genutno breeders. Mis
souri is the leading poultry' stat,e la
the Union aad for that reason' Mis
souri's State Fair always baa the
greatest poultry show at Its annual
exhibition of state products.
Egg Laying Contest.
A gTeat feature ot the Poultry Show
of 1912 will be the Egg Laying Con
test and It haa already attracted the.
attention ot Missouri poultry raisers.
Tho poultry fancier Is chiefly Inter
ested In birds showing good points
and high scoring qualities, but the
man on the farm Is Intorested In the
hen that lays eggs and keeps everlast
ingly nt It, and for that reason the
egg laying contest has been Inaugurat
ed for tho purpose ot obtaining valu
able Information as to tho best fereed
for utility purposes.
T. E. Quisenberry, who has charge
ot the NaUonal Egg Laying Coatest
at Mountain Grove, Missouri, will be
In charge ot the egg laying contest
at the Missouri State Fair Poultry
Show. Arrangements havo been com
pleted to have twenty-five peas ot
hens In the contest, and they will be
given the same kind of feed and simi
lar attention In every respect. Trap
pests will be used and a record kept
of each Individual hen. The contest
will excite tho greatest Interest and
poultrymea may be tempted to wager
on the result much In the same aa
ner as they woutd hazard ou the out
come of a harness or running race.
THAVIU8 CHICAQO UAD.
. Thavtu's Chisago band, the finaat
musical organization la the, mlddt
west, composed ot the most emlaeot
musicians lu Europe and America, will
furnish tho music during taV-week
of the State Fair. There will he aawle,
of high order all the time, from morn
ing to noon,v from boob, to evla.
FOR BALE ScholarahipinBuel
neu college. Address Marshall Re
publican. .. . . tf
WANTED- MsilHairy' appVentteee
at rm M.. ChaffeeV , 36tf.
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Shropshire Rams For Bale To f k
Shr.opshre Raoisy he k,0 J1' ' y
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