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Many people from Miami and tta
vicinity attendod the funeral of
Will MulUna at Shlloh Sunday. He
was a brother of Goo. MulUna and
had been thrice married. Consump
Uon wm thd cause of hia death.
David DoJbyne of Gilliam, but
k. formally of Miami waa a Sunday
ivlftoitoT in our city.
' Mls sue .uiroy had tne misior-
tuno to lose from her purse one
day last week aflve dollar bllL
Mrs. Edna Tucker of Louisiana,
Mo., was a Miami visitor last Thurs
day. Sho w&s agent for the Cali
fornia perfume Co. and sold an
agoncy to'MiM Annie Pickett who
will Bell the articles in our county.
Mrs. Tuckercomplalncd very much
of the worry of climbing the rough
hill from the river to our town and
aald sho 'was surprised to not find
granitoid walk Instead of a
weedy brokon boarded side walk.
The Rev. Geo. Ilntchcn, nmuch
beloved Baptist divine and a citi
zen of Miami 30 years ago preach
ed, beginning on Inst Sunday sev
eral nights during the week for
we Mlamlans and a. strong remind
er of the good old times was en
loyod whon Dro, Ilntchcn delivered
his splendid sermons.
Mrs. Audslcy from Do Witt came
up lost Friday to luvo somo 'don
tal work done by Dr. P. W. Swltz-
er who has had quite a lot of work
to do hero this autumn.
Miss Qenovlvc Bishop hns re
turned from a most delightful vis
it at the county sent. She was the
truest of Mrs. J. R. Phillips dur
ing her visit there.
Qeo. Cunnlnghnm has bought the
grocery department from Forest
McDanlcl, and will take possession
Carl Isaac -acted as chauffeur in
Frank M. Burrus' auto Saturday
nnd took a crowd of young poo
pie to tho Stute Fair.
"My Jim" iwJH bo the nomo of
tho play in Wonderland Oct. 5th In
Miami. A largo 'crowd will be on
hand and tickets' will sell from the
time the boat lands until a fow
moments before 'the curtain raises.
Tho frost (has several times been
on tho 'pumpkin in nnd about Mi
ami, during, our recent cold period.
Tho Kotesvlllo Courlor deserves
many thanks from us for tho very
high compliment It posses on our
literary ability, and for the praise
it gives, ms, for our Items written
for thoigrcat Marshall Republican.
Puts End to Bad Habit
Things nover look bright to ono
with "tho blues." Ton to one tho
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling
tho system with bilious poIson,that
Dr. King's Now Life Pills would
expel. Try them. Let the joy of
bettor feelings end "the blues."
Best for stomach, liver and kid
neys. 25c at P. n. Franklins.
Mrs. M. Gentry and daughter,
Louis Mae, left Saturday for an ex
tended vUlt with relatives in Ly
Mr. Fred Smltherman of Slater,
came up Saturday morning and
was accompanied home by her
nieces, Pauline Gentry and Lour-
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Smith and chll
dren, Nicholas and Helen, were
chopping in Marshall Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grimes were
visiting friends and relatives in
Slater Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Bessie Anderson of Mar
shall was the guest Thursday of
he slater, Mrs. C, M. Hopkins.
Dr. and Mrs. F, w. Tuttlo- were
shopping in Marshall Tuesday.
Misses Minnie Hockensmlth Ger
trude Lynch and Kathleen Kellett
enjoyed the street fair in . Slater
The revival meeting which has
been in progress here closed on
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Little, of
Kansas City have been the guests
Viof..v thek uncle,, wade Little.
-Rev. Norvell, Mr. and Mrs. T.
8. MaupiB and bobs, MIHon and
Lester ware dinner guests of Mr,
and Mr a. C. M, Hopkins Sunday.
Miss Viol Baker who has been
v felting friends in Carthage, Ma,
-the ipeeiLi i mJx ,
M. .vtid wrlting. ., i(, , ? 1
I Atfj'l&eB arid Nicholas SmKhvliU-
t"Waj'V.' . j 4
f ivf V'TiCi7 sff'irf'fc.'L .ji'i-xw-T
" ;r;Mre. aa WeWi'wM.shoppIng In
mtmirot Mj Mary Lm
Business Suits are a specialty at this store. We
select our models and fabrics with great care. The cut,
fit and .style must bo right. We can show you an end
less variety of all the newest patterns and shades, for
Fall and Winter wear.
Adder's Collegian Clothes
arc a hobby with us.
The Charlton A Collegian Model is a three
button sack suit that is much in demand this season. We
show this and other models at prices ranging from $15
J. Berg Son, M;,,
her husband who is a traveling
Miss Lee Lawless who is teach
ing school at ML Leonard visited
her parents 'here Saturday and Sun
Mrs. Parllee Bingham, Harold
Turley and wlfo were shopping In
Dr. J. S. Harrison was called to
see little William Fitzgerald on
Iko Parkhurst and family spent
Sunday with Geo. Ilemmo nnd
The farmers are all very busy Marshall Thursday afternoon.
cutting corn ana sowing wheat. Mrs. Vlrenn Enstham. who has
Bob Stafford, John Geather and bw.n in ,cow0 heaUh for fl0Veral
ucorgo nemmo wcro caiicrs nv vear. trom ,a cancor on her face.
W. R. Fitzgerald Sunday. nassed away at her homo horc. Sen
v . w- . a n . '
Jessie uarimnn spent oaturaay omw. 2fl. 1912. Sho is survived
night with Tolbort Hartman. bv throe -daughters and four sons.
Miss Anna Stafford spont Friday Mrs. Enrlv Thomns. Mrs. R. 8. nine
afternoon with Mrs. Aug. Gllkon. hnm of 3,oxzo, and Mrs. Will
Hovcrai irom tins ncignuonioou Mochi0 of Doonvlllo and CUnt, Will
attended, tho salo of Mrs. Carrie tipv anA Mitchell nro thn mni.
Oaks and roportod everything as Tho funcral riervlccs were conduct-
naving soiu line. prday mornlnir by Rev. D. C.
Marion I'lttman iook amnor wun r,ntnn nf Mnwihnli. .it tht nttut
W. B. Taylor of Wanamakor Sun- church of wh,ch tho ,iCCCttl!C(l waa
""j' a member. Interment In the Ar
row Rock cemetery. (Wo oxtend
sympathy to tho bereaved ones.
' Mrs. Laura Jagnow who spent
Rev. BmppJtre4'1the',Wtern dls several weeks hero with relatives
trict WiU 'De ipasKor oi tne notno- leu oaturuay 'tor oi. uuia.
dlst church for this year.
Mr. B.'W. Collins and son and
Miss 'Nora 'Dlgga, Ed Gibson and
family were 'shopping in Marshall
Mr. W.S. Shemwell and little
daughter, Rachel and Mrs. Lula
Green were -vMUng and shopping
in BUckwater .-Tuesday,
Charles Janneck and dsiughter,
Miss Clara from south of town
were shopping 'here Thursday.
Sam Fisher, wife, and baby, who
were the 'guests of relatives here
several days left Monday for their
home in (Glasgow.
Clark Swlnney 'of tho county was
on our streets Friday.
Mrs. S.'H. 'Vanaradell who spent
soveral weeks here' visiting rela
tives left Friday for Springfield,
Mo., where, she will be Joined by
You could not please uc bet
ter; than to ak your doctor
about AVer's Cherry Pectoral
for ccwghi, cokk, croup, bron
TKiTaDtwovalfef their Dhwt
cUn: and 'the'TexirieKe 7
rnany wars iMrYe even mem
poia qor vnry, yarfc
Mrs. Minerva Bingham bruised
ono of 'hoT toes quite badly last
week by (dropping a heavy stick of
stove wood on it.
Roy Case, son of Mrs, Salllc Case.
waa badly hurt Saturday, by fall
lng off wagon load of freight in
coming, from Blackwater to Arrow
Rock. It is 'thought the norscs
kicked him in the side and neck.
,He to very, seriously bruised and is
Mrs. Frank Wilmarth and daugh
ter, Mildred, of Cooper, and Mrs.
Glbbs of Florida were town vlsi
tors Saturday 'morning.
T. B. (Morris made atrip to St.
Louis last week.
T. E. Hogge and family wero. vfs
itors Saturday of Watson Diggs
and wife at the tavern
Jim Grey and wife of Nelson,
were visitors from Saturday until
Sunday at the homo of T. H. Dick
Mrs. Ilarry Ritter and son Craig
of Cooper were in town Saturdny
Jack Watts and wife, and Arthur
Bute of Slater and Wlnfred Buie of
Lake Mills Iowa, were visiting rel
atives here Sunday,
' Thos, Robkiaoh, while assisting
; at .the street fair in Slater Mast
ii Thursday,, was kicked by a Tnule,
John Isharwood, while etssldy-
!d in the' round house Friday, was
i.a helpw. wkK .a sledge hawmer,
' lie w-given a 'hoUday after he
Ivcame to. Attar.Dr. Howard jMtch
'';hia' ua he watfout" if the
"-v.. sit 1 ' LB -l.L .i. it.a.
Cutting corn and sewing wheat
is the order of the day.
WaKer Wade got hurt Friday
evening by 'a wagon load of apples
turning over 'With him as he twas
driving out'frora the Huston place
to go Uo town. We haven't learn
ed yet 'how bad he was hurt, but
hope it waa not serious.
Miss. Ruth Belt was visiting the
A good 'mjany from around here
attended tho show Thursday.
Mr. Ed Bell and daughter Kath-
erine returned home last week
trom Grand Pass. Mrs. Bell was
called' to see her mother Mrs.
Tatumn who 'ha been very sick,
but i reported somo better.
The opplo picking Is tho go now
Two largo orchards where they are
picking and 'barreling apples are
Will Huston's and Rev. Boulwarcs.
Ellgo Harvey and son Jim, were
driving In the neighborhood Sat
Lewis Ballard vind wife spent
from Saturday till Sunday In Nel
S. M. Plttm'an, wife nnd baby,
Mrs. M. W. Plttman nnd children,
nnd Miss Blrdlc Sims were Sun
day visitors at Louis V.inBusklrks.
John Lee and family visited at
Ed Spears Sunday.
Misses Cora and Lucy Cundlff
visited friends near Cretnher Sat
Jeff Fischer and wife visited at
P. E. PIttmanVi Sunday.
Ike Parkhurst and family visit
ed friends noar Salt Pond Sunday.
Mrs. Jeff Smith and daughters
wero callers At Jonn Leo's Wed
Charley Pauley of Oklahoma
visiting friends and relatives
Wo nro having cool weather at
Miss Alary ucu Akcman spent a
few dnys last week with hor sis
ter, Mrs. G. C. Leonard.
W. A. Smith and family attended
church at Swoct Springs Sundny
Mrs. Arthur Mnyso entertained
her mother, Mrs. McKlnnoy n few
dnys lost week.
Orvllle Crump 'and family were
the guests of Mr. Stevenson and
fumlly at nerndon Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Jackson was the
guest of (Mrs. A. F. Montgomery
and Miss Dora Mayse Sunday.
Mrs. Carrie Oaks and daughter,
Elizabeth, spont Sundny with Mrs
G. C. Leonard.
Mrs. Oscar Mnyso and children,
who havelbc.cn hero with relatives
and frlcndA for some tltno return
ed to tbeir home in Avant, Okln.,
Miss Sarah Masters visited Mrs.
Orvllle Crump Monday night
Marshall Akoman nnd family and
Charlie Oneal jand wife spent Tues
day with1. C. Leonard and family.
J. A. Montgomery spent Tues-
dayVtolght rwJth his nephew, A. F.
Montgomery and -family.
Mrs. Baker spant Monday with
Mrs. Hay den Wlngfield,
The many relatives ,of Mrs. J. C.
Baldwin assembled at. her"' home
Sunday in honor of her birthday.
They departed .at a late hour wish
lng Mrs. 'Baldwin many more hap
NORTH GRAND PASS
Services wiH 'be held at Asbury
Chapel, Sunday, iby the regular pae
tor you 'are cordially invited.
Mr. and Mr. Ed Hart and son of
near Ottawa, Kansas arc visiting
with W. S. (Tolla and family. They
made the trip lm their auto in less
than 10 'hours Via Santa Fo tratL
Mra C. C. Mack and daughtor,
Mrs. M. H. Hlbbard, were shop
ping in (Malta Bend Thursday.
Miss Opal Lynn of Miami visited
tho Misses Edwards several days
Sam Moritz Jr., and wife visited
tho form on father near Waverly
last Saturday and Sunday.
B. G. Oliver and son Maurice,
took In tho wild west show at Mar
shall Inst Thursday.
Coming, The Floating Theater at
Gitlnms Lnndlng Oct 7th.
Potato digging is the order of
Mrs. W.'J. Vogt visited her nelec
Mrs. John Ault nt Waverly Mon
There was 'qune sjrambei irosa
here attehstetl the ehonr fa Mar
shall last' Thursday .
Mrs. Ras Feagan wm able to be
in town Saturday after a brief itl-nees.
Intended for Last week
John Cook and family and
C. McDanlcl and wife were Sunday
guests of Jeff Smith. J
Lewis VanBuskirk and wife and
son visited relatives near Salt
Aug. Gehlkcna and family vis
ited relatives In Sweet Springs on
Mrs. T. A. Sims and daughter,
Mrs. Pauley, visited at Will Shore's
21. W. Plttman and family were
visitors at Ed Blakeleys Sunday.
2Ilss Mary Ackman and Mrs.
Lewis VanBuskirk wwere visitors
nt Bob Sims' Wednesday.
Joe Stafford and wife were Sun
day visitors at Isaac Stafford;.
Mrs. Jeff Fischer visited relatives
In Sweet Springs Friday. "t
Lcn Mlzcr and family were visi
tor at O. L. VanBuskirks Sunday.
Miss Grace Cretcher was a caller
nt Ed Blakcly Saturday. f
Homer Ballard and mother, Mrs.
John Lee attended the sale at
Mrs. Masters Saturday, i
Mrs. P. E. Plttman and daughter
returned Lillian, and Mrs. Esther Plttmin,
visited relatives near Shackelford
Dr. Aiken has been visiting his
parents in Kansas for several
Mrs. John Moritz and Mrs. John
Nye wont to St. Louis last Tuesday
to attend tho W. C. T. U. conven
tion which convened there several
dnys this week. fThoy
home Saturdny evening.
Born tto Mr. and Mrs. Omnn Ro- Saturday and Sunday.
zell on Monday, Sept 23, 1912 a 1
n , ' A Literary Gem i
Dr. J. R. Brown and son, Maurice , . , ?
wont to St Louis last Tuesday, Vo nlways appreciate brilliant
where Mnurlce will nttend school UB? Pressed up In holiday nt
thls winter "ro nd wo ,caVc 11 ouf read-
Mr. Cora Nelson was transact- "or this doesn't fill the
lnir business in Marshall Thursday. WU van though It may not agree
Mrs.-R. C. Potter visited hor pnr w,th our. no'" !ona. Mt
cnts In Marshall several days the
later part of last week.
was received this week from one
of "our Tnft friends: "Although. I
M.T )IUIl. Ml Link WCVIt. . . ...
Mrs. Andy Plattner was transact promiscuously cxposcu
lng business In Marshall Thursday.
to,' I have thus far' been unable
Mr nn,i m. Prl Aniiitnnn nmi to contract, tho very prevalent
children nttended the show ndl-oI 7cddylUs', wh ?h seems
nt Mnrshall Thursday. t0 b? Jf" f,atnl thjn Ch,ckcn Pox
Mr. and Mrs. Kramer and Mrs. nd InHnltcly more persistent than
.Edwards of Orand Pass were In the. tdi, but, unlike the victims of
town a short tlmo onrouto to 81a- h ,aat two' V.,e no"CM(r -0'thc
ter lost Friday. former generally seems to be glnd
.Mrs. Frank Long of Grand Pass he ,ha" notwithstanding he may
was tho guest of her mother, ' Ic9S DoaufUf"t than when he had
Mrs. Cora Nelson and family. the rauraP-'
Walker Morton was in Bunccton
business one day last week. Marshall Republican $1.00
HE ARD IN MARSHALL
Bad Backa Made Stronr
Kidney Ills Corrected
Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping up
thegood work, curing weak kld
neyst driving away backache, cor
recting urinary Ills.. Maraha.ll peo
ple are telling about it telling of
bud backs made sound again.. You
can believe the testimony of your
own1 townspeople. They tell It for
the benoflt of you who are suf
fering. If your back aches. If you
feel lame, sore and miserable, If the
kidneys act too frequently, or pas
sages are painful, scanty and off
color, use Doan'a Kidney Pills, tho
remedy that hoa helped so many
of your friends and neighbors, Fol
low this Marshall clttsen's advjco
and give Doan's a chance to do
the same fdryou.
Mra. Mary E. Beatley, 3S5 West
Washington St, Marshall, Mo.,ays
"Three years ago I eufferedifrom
kidney and bladder complain that
me ,whk anu runaown.i'ne
Kidney action was irregular, ' " 1
used on, box 'of Doan's Kfdriey
run in iwu ana receivea a cure.
I can now aay that Ithere has nev
eri been- a recurrence of my com
plaint" Foi' ale by all dealer?. , Trice
M'canta?. Foster-MlWurn 90?, ,But
ew 'Xotk, aoie agents 1
LJLte-9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa HsF- J4
Is Yotir Furse Fa!I?
YOUF farm is the purse from which you
iakq the' necessities and luxuries of, life
What provision are you jnaking to keep
your purse lull to insure a constant 'supply
oLfopcLclohjngt heat, light, and protection?
No soil' can 'produce! cohsltaot'early" crips
VithbUt art adcqtiatt bupply of plant food.. It
is cosier, and far cheaper, to maintain n, fertile
1 condition of thckspilthan it-is to build it up
after it is once exhausted! Be wise begin,
now to iuse,,ajthfully an
FrFG" Manure Spreader
Kis 2,0tk Catwy, Cwra Kiaf, Cbverlcaf, Steel Cera Kiaf,
1 CleTtrUai, Law Lift, Law Sareal, (ewkw , (
Distribute stable manure and' saturated bed
d 1. i.4inc,ihiiitiUj still fresh. Make the quantity '
of manure usually spread' by the'fork do twica'
the amount of good by distributing it with kn -
I HQ spreader, lSavihg; the ground more evenly . 1
fertilizbj, andin greatly improved condition.
( 'Tjtedriv'viechanismof the I H C spreader
is 'strong an'd', 'thoroughly protected. The
apjrotis, both eiidlesa and return, ram on large
rollers. ( Thu feed is positive.! The manure i.i .r
, spread'etcnly; Hght or'heavy as may.be,n:ces
' saoV'thii" quantity' spread never changing until
wthiiifiedjsQhahKed. .i '
. Sew the.I H r TrJat"aivl' hav-him '
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