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title: 'The Marshall republican. (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, September 20, 1912, Image 8',
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Friday, Setiteaber St, 1111.
Railway Time Table.
In Effect Jnn it. 1111
ICA8T BOUND TRAINS
II DtllrlMo. Stata ExprtM. Bloom-
1.M a m
I2.1S p m
11 Uld-Div StMCl.l at. Lonll..
t Dallr tha Hummer I vest) Chlcaro IJO pm
z utur cany uira at uawmcaio luipm
H Dally, Slater Accoramodallon..7.)0 p. ro
M Dally, Nlcht IUwk. 1.53 a ra
WB8T BOUND TRAINS
21 Dally Tb Early Bird, Kanaaa City 4.0 am
I Dally Hammer for Kanaaa CltyS.3S am
The Mo. SUta Kxpreee for
Kanaaa City 5.10pm
21 Mid-Day Special for Kanaaa
City 2.M paa
17 Dally, Slater Accommodation.. 6.50 am
II Dally PMen.-r.... M2 am
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY.
. 19.00 am
EAST BOUND TRAINS,
12, Pawn iter
1, Local Freight...
WEST BOUND TRAINS.
(II, Paeeenrer arrlrea at Marihall 99 am
21. Pmnirer..... -... . -J-JJ pm
l. LoolKrelitit .IM P"l
The 1:50 a. ra. Paeeenaer train arrlvea In Mar
eball from tha eaat from Srdalla and leatea ten
minute! later for the eatt.
S. R. 8MITH. Aetnt.
Come to the circus next Thurs
Mrs. Honry Johnson ,of South
Salt Pond, is qulto ill.
James Cox was in town Thurs
dny on busnless.
Wc pay cash for country
nroilucc. .1. A Whitt. 34tf
Joo F. Olgcr and Geo. Nolkc
wore up from Glasgow lait Friday.
Notice the adv. in this Issue of
L. V. and It. Holland Scott's big
ealo next Tuesday.
There will be a big circus here
next Thursday. It is said to be
one of the best on the road.
25c can of linking pow
dcrH 17c ut .T. A. WhiiiH.
Will Cunningham and daughter,
Miss Viola, spent alow days with
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robinson.
Miss Kathcrino Murrcll went to
Lexington Sunday where she is at
tending Central Female College.
All Interested In Mt. Horcb cemc
tery arc requested to moot thcr
next Thursday, 26th, to help clean
F. M. Cunningham was up from
Longwood last wcok visiting his
sister Mrs. O. D. Powers and fam
ily. Mrs, Minnie Barnctt Is erecting a
modern brick rcsldenco on her lot
adjoining tho M. E, Church, South
on tho west.
Mrs. Geo. W. Rayhlll of Warrens
burg, was tho guest of hor daugh
ter, Mrs. F. V. Barnhlll, the past
The OOdell Ave. Presbyterian
church has installed olectrlc lights
instead of gas, making a wonder
Buy Slur Brand SIioch
from J. A. WhiU, he guar
antcoti every pnir. 34ft
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Harrison ox
pect to return from Flolltater to
morrow, where they spent sever
al months. '
Marriage license was granted In
Kansas City Monday to Elmor
Morrison of Slater and Mius Jcsslu
Donohue oi Kansas f'l'v. I
F. M. Cunningham and sister,
Mrs. G. D. Powers and daughter,
Miss Beesle are spending a few
-weeks in Kansas City with rela-
vea and friends,
JIIss Mlnnlo Dcrtholf of New
York City rind slater Mrs. J. C.
Ferrell of Jacksonville, II'., aro
vlsltlgn their brother D, E. Bcr
tholf on College Hill.
Thomas Rodman and daughter,'
Miss Ida, went to Chicago Friday
to Join Mrs. Redman In a month's
visit with1 their daughter, Mrs. J. P.
JGaodreth, , , , j
iT; D. Brlsbols will have a public
sale of horses, cattle, hogs, mules,
etc., at hU farm, 3 miles south
west of town next Wednesday
commencing 10 a. m,
i Robert Laughlln le.'t Friday for
! NEW YORK RACKET !
Now, say, isn't this fine fall weather? We are
ready for you with the Greatest Stock of General
Merchandise ever brought to Marshall and we extend
to all a most cordial invitation to "Come ' in and be
and the best part of it is that our POPULAR PRICES puts I
them within the reach of all. It is astonishing what a pretty I
Suit, Coat or Dress you can buy for very little money. I
We are receiving every day Ladies' Misses' and
Suits, Coats and Dresses and are showing all the new things,
Our girls in our Millinery Department
are ready for you with the prettiest and
most stylish hats we have ever shown. We
will have no formal opening but are ready
for business now. We call special atten
tion to the large line of hats we are show
ing from $3.00 to $6.00. Others ask
We arc ready for the Men and Boys with a great
assortment of Suits and Overcoats. Come in early and
buy yourself and vour bov a nice suit or
carry the celebrated HEIDELBERG-WOLFF and MICHAEL STERN CLOTH-
ING and save you from $2.50 to $5.00 on a good suit or overcoat.
We call especial attention to our $3.98 Boys' School Suits.
We have just received a car load of Furni
ture and have it on the floor ready for inspec
tion. We carry a complete line, including cheap,
medium and high-grade library, dining and bed
room furniture. Below we quote you a few
special items we are showing in our big Furni
ture Department on the second floor:
A good 6-foot Oak Dining Table, like cut $6.48
5-foot, two bin, three drawer, Kitchen Cabinet 5.00
A Solid Oak Folding Bed j 13.48
A Solid Oak Dresser, French Mirror 9,25
Two-inch Iron Bed only 5,9,5
High Chair, only -
And many other item too numerous to mention
ALL OVER OUR BIG STORE
You will find our shelves and tables loaded with seasonable merchandise We
carry "Everything for Everybody" and of course can name only a few prices.
dui nere are a rew good things taken at Random from our big stock:
Beat Calico, per yard 5c
16 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
AH 25c Sanitol Preparations 19c
Hope Muslin, per yard 9c
8 bars Clairette Soap 25c
25c Colgate Talcum. Powder 15c
Ampakeag Apron Gingham, yard 7c
S 1 -lb. packages Cow Brand Soda 25c
Full Mb. Cotton Bat for 12c
4 Pkgs. Arbuckle Coffee.-, $1.00
25c Mennen's Talcum Powder 15c
Amoskeag A C A Ticking, yard lc
25c Cake of Chocolate 19c,
A good Dress Gingham, per yard... 10c
3 Pkgs. Macaroni... J25c
25c quality 36 ia. Madras, pr yd. 15c
1 quart jar Queen Olives Jl25c
100 lbs. Oyster Shells 59c
And hundreds of other itemsjust'a cheap. Our
n?neV,Cafh Plce t0 AU " togetheriCwith "Your
Money s Worth or Your Money Back" insures to each
customer entire satisfaction. As soon aVybu come to
town come to our Big Store and do alF'you shopping
under one roof. Yours truly,
Last week it was summer re
sorts an d electric fans, this week
its overcoats and coal.
Mrs. M. J. Harvey and two grand
daughters left Tuesday morning
for Portland, Oregon, to spend the
winter with Mrs. Harvey's oldest
Dr. and Mrs. W ,H. Black and
the members of the Young Men's
soclatlon entertained the new stu- tra, qhi.. of Holgt,n ,
denta at the Black home Saturday aiw. lm Milk vi.m
(.-veiling aim u royai gooa umo iS,t
Mrs. C. 0. Sparks and daughters,
Mrs. Ed Pago and Miss Irene, at
tended tho funeral of Wm Kincaid
at Kansas City Tuesday, Tho
young man died at Excolsior
Springs Monday morning at tho
ago of 21 years. Ho was a nephew
of Mrs, Sparks.
Bny Red Label Conl from
3. A. WliiU, Ml. Leonard.
MrB. Shrader's llttlo daughter,
Sam Alfrey and Will nayes were
hero from Nelson last Friday.
F. Q. Fulkerson, of Powhatan,
La., was among those who re
newed addinjr that tho nanir la
like a letter from home. Thanks I
Chas. Nlemolcr returned Wcdncs
day from a delightful trip to his
old home In Germany looking fine
having gained twenty pounds
while away. Ho was mot at St.
Louis by his wife and daughter,
Miss Pearl, who accompanied him
Burgess Thompson, col., . drop
ped Into our office Friday after
noon and said ho was on his way
to Chicago. Ho called off a list
seven feet long of others who woro
also going on tho excursion. Mr.
Ilawthorne, our. genial agont, said
ho sold forty tickets for the trip.
Not rery many iun bred herds ol
Dutch, belted cattle are found any
wkere In America, and their appear
.aooe at the cattle shows always at
traeb atteatlon because of the unus
aal color markings. Each animal
possesses the broad white belt about
tfce body presenting the appearance ol
The Dutch belted cattle have the
general qualities of the Holstetns and
are inclined to large milk yield. As
the herds actually exist, they are
Dutch Belted Cow.
probably not equal to sereral other
breods In arerago milk yield, but the
comparison. Is hardly fair bocause
there are ten herds of Holstolne, Jor
eys or Guernseys to ono of tho belt
ed, and It Is easier to solect compote
lUvo hords of moro popular breeds.
Ono of tho best practical usos of
tho puro bred stock Is In crossing
with other cattle. The grade heifer
of part Dutch belted ancoatry Is prot
ty sure to be a good animal for dairy
purposes. Bbo will possess tho char
acteristic white bolt,, although ends
of body may be red or roan Instead
of black. She will be a large milk
yleldor, the quality being good, al
though not particularly rich in butter
fat. She Is also likely to be' a long
perhaps a little
more hardy than most pure bred
stoek. The Dutch belted reproduce
tliclr quality with remarkable exact,
nets when crossing with other stock.
RECORD OF A HOLSTEIN COW
Miss Ruth Rose, who Is n promi
nent worker in tho V. w n a
.Missouri Valley College, entertain
ed in honor of tho new lady stu
dents last Wednesday attrnnnn
About 85 guests enjoyed the hos- ,,TC1 Prolucor ana
puaiuy of Miss Roso at their
beautiful nighland home.
Throe Inches of snow fell In
J. B. Slmms and son narley re
turned Monday from Pltsburg, Pa
after a fow .days visit with rcla-
lii'"; Thoy n,BO vl,,tod oomo In
West Virginia and Ohio. Thoy
both ay thoy had aflno trip, tho
former not having boon thoro for
40 yoars, found everything great
ly changed. Tho latter1 wife and
two sons returned Sunday from her
sisters, Mrs. Ed Shrador of near
Sweet Springs whero thoy visited
during their absonce.
The tlifferonnn lmu,.n
a dollar saved and a dollar UBa" toU1 HK wblch lrge
MDent in two flnll.. . Ir assimilative and in the moss favor-
Devoe'a Standard f PaUta M? c?,U,n to t00'
from .1. A. rmi?. 4 ?? . Vtovt i
Dairy Animal Will Make About Ten
Times Setter Use of Her Feed Then
a Qeod Steer,
(By mOF. A. U IIAKCKER. Kaanuka
, . AgrtcultOf at Colt(a.)
To illustrate the economic work of
a good dairy cow In transforming for
age and grain into human food, I
wish to call attention to the record of
a Holstoln cow owned at the Ne
braska station. This cow produced In
one year 18,640 pounds of milk,
which contained 18Vs per cent of
eolldf, which Is equivalent to 2,803
Blue Violet Juvenile Iodgo of '
Napton, a colored organization.
closed a contest last week which
attracted conslderabls interest. Tho
prjre for the most popular little
Klrl was won by Onneasa Murray,
2d Alberta Stewart. In the gues
sing contest Mrs, Amanda Talton
won. Mra. Elizabeth Brown, who
wrote us. this, added that there will
bo a picnic at the homo or Cassie
Brown on tho Marshall and Arrow
Rock State Highway ,on Oct. 5th
with a baseball game in the after
noon. All invited.
under tke best methods of feeding will
Bicrease ala weight nboHt,75f sounds ,
In s year. After 'deducttng'JS' or CO
per cent! ol dressing, and 86 per cent
for water, we hare remalalBg about
250 pemads of natrisaeat, ar against
2,500 pounds, far tne oow; In otner 1
worJs seed eatr ntanen about tea
time better new T Iter feed tnaa a
Tale I av atvea merely to Uln
ante that waer eeeewmy UUiim
ef stoek feed U nesassary tie dairy
eew will ymewto be a narWter an
nul la tarainc yreatay
Cards of Thanks
Wo desire through tha columns
of thia, paper to thank our -dear
neighbors, friends and do tfrors for
'tho loving assistance and klndnnaa
shown us during the sicknesaand iWf'ii prooedurf In
j New York Racket I
I -HI-. . I.. - . . . , ' .81
Mr. and Mra. J. A. Skinnor and Dr. M. D. Powell, of v.
, I 1 1 ..4 I. Till,.. . a - . ' . ' "
j.f7iuaiun u wuiirr ajruium. uj.r. boh, uuiiiu, wure nore irom xMew aaa,, formerly physulan at the Col
U.Lueker and daughter, Mlas Alice. Frankfort Tuesdayr and reported. oiiy.,waB Uio guest; of Pprcy Rose
alp left for thoro Wednesday t,o Mrs. Mugglo nanks, a nelg'libor, last .week The "doctor says He has
"7 remain with. Mr. Lauehlln a few very low with llttlo hones for hor In nninnriiii 'i't,i , .1
',,',. - , ' 1 - ri:-r-!". -. kmw b"V rr5-'Lt
U 1 I
'ThS; First Annual trAsbly 'of
Dlstrlc Odd Fellowjl 'wfti be held
In Marshall ' on-Oit ai and !itt.Tk
if 10 d a bl crowd Is e-
death of our dear
Anna Laura Wright.
Mr. nnd Mrs- H. C. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Adams,
4)f AaMfffatfl DftaMIFgea
On Parle lawyer has bed his name
struck tho rolls because It waadb
eeverea that he acted as the regular
lasnl aevteor of tSe anaeh fraternity,
from vMefc he drew M.e aannally In
fees. One day he waa -8fag4 to de
fend an apache t a eubnraaa court
Hie client waa sot Mtisfted with the
the ease, aaS
arier n nested argument outside th,
court the cHpnt threw tho lawyer latot
the River Marue. Case and Comment
Amonr tko Sick
Mrs, Ablel Leonard I on the sick
list this week,
Wellinnt'nn Htevo Keehart is convajes-
i-a..B uuui 1 17 WCOI.B llllieSU Ol
Ie Plaili. Give vonrnr.1- ; : L
elers io the Siookman Ice'.
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I vvant eyery' raptured person
Marh.aiij Mo; July 18.1912. ! wbo ttsthta'paper to write me
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w awiuryouui i wni wriw sacn, oae
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expbla 'if yemwiU Noilly. tell ma
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