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Railway Time Table.
I EAST BOUND TRAINS
1 DillylMo. SUti Exprtra, Bloom-
32 Uld Oiy SptclalSt. Loul......W.i3 P m
10 Dally the Hummer (veatl Chicago 8.J0 pm
21 Dllv lUrly Bird 81 L, ft Chicago 11.37 pm
11 Dally, Slater Accommodatlon7.J0 p. m
29 Dallr. Night Hawk............l.53 m
WEST BOUND TRAINS
23 Dally The Early Bird. Kanua Ctty 4.0 am
9 Dally Hummer (or Kanaaa Clty....3.38 am
Tha XI n Hiatal tfnrfll for
Kanaaa City .B.IOpm
21 Mld-Dar Special tor Kanaaa
17 Dally. Slater Accomraodatlon.....6.50 am
II Dillv PaiijniTfr......... 8." am
O.K. IIWrilOHN3, Atent.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY.
EAST BOUND THAINS
32, I'iienitf r...
98, Local Freight
WEST BOUND TRAINS
ell. Paaienger arrlvea at Marahall......8.50 am
31. raaienger...... ....J.5S pm
VI, Local Freight..................... 1.30 pm
The 8:50 a. m. Paaienger train an Ivea In Mar
ehall from the tail Irom Stdalla and Itavea ten
mlnutea later lor tne eaii.
8. H. SMITH. Agent,
Henry Shirk la back from n vis
it to hla farm in Canada and re
ports fluo crops.
Flvo hundred Odd Fellows are ex
pected to attend the district meet
ing hero on Oct. 21 and 22.
J. A. Ralloy last week moved
from Malta Bend to the J. Camp
bell farm west of Marshall.
of linking iow-
derH 17c at J. A. Win t In.
NEW YORK RACKET
HUKzf - '
A great many of our people went
to Kansas City to hear Miss Fcllco
Lyno at the convention hall Mon
The American Royal Live Stock
Show In Kansas City this week
was attended by 'a number of
Tho ladles of the Baptist church
surprised their pastor last Thurs
day evening with a birthday par
tyIt being his I2d anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. James Krlvokucha,
of southeast of town have return
cd from a month'fl visit In Har
The Daughters of the American
Revolution organized a local chap
ter hero Thursday at tho home of
The old Rassc residence on Mar
Inn Street was sold under trustee
sale at the- court houso Saturday!
afternoon. L. J. Rnase bid it In.
Saline Vnlloy school will give a
pie supper on Friday night, Oct.,
18th, to which nil are cordially In-1
Judge and Mrs. J. P. Force are
happy aver the fact that thoy are
!rand-parents, a daughter having
arrived at tho homo of their son,
J, M. Force, at AullvlUc.
Mrs. Anna Stafford, wife of Rev
T. P. Stafford of Canyon City
Texafl, formerly Miss Anna Tutt,
of tliis city, dlod at her home last
week at tho ago of ,48 years.
Iluy Slur Brand Shou
from J. A. Wit til. he guar
nnlccH every pair. 84lf
A sen of Mrs. John Nlckell of
Slater received Home bad wounds
Friday when ho atruck a torpedo
with a natchet. Dr. Caldwell
patched his face up.
K. u. Huston of Columbia last
wee purchased tho Palms con
fectionery of J. M. Piper nnd has
taken charge of name. We wish
F. C. Barnhill, assistant oishlorut
Wood & nuston is back 'from hla
vacation, which ho and his wife
apent in Iowa and Illinois points of
J, W. Rose and C. M. Buckner
were In St Louis Monday'to meet
representatives of tholr other
atores to talk business and have a
Phil Reynolds was hero from
Hardeman Monday and said some
autolst ran Into a horae of his that
day and broke its leg so it had
to bo ahot Ilia loss wae $100,
Wm. McClelland of Wicks, Ark.,
was here from Saturday to Tues
day as a guest of tChas Bacon on
College Addition. lie alao hadbuB
, JIoux Bros, are making things
hum around their store now they
have installed an electric shoe re
pair outfit The very last word In
Buy ttetlXkliel Goal f rora
J.A.WhiU, Mi. l.ebnura.
YOU CAN BUY .
17 lbs. granulated cane sugar $1.00
100 lbs. " " 5.75
Choice Potatoes, per peck .IS
Choice potatoes, 5 bu. lots, bu. .50
8 bars Clairette Soap .25
3 pkgs. choice Macaroni 25
Fancy full cream cheese, lb. .25
4 pkgs. Corn Flakes : .25
Fancy Concord Grapes, basket .29
1 qt. jar choice Queen Olives
1 gal. choice cucumber pickles
25c cake Chocolate
25c can Baking Powder .19
Choice country sorghum, gal. .50
4 pkgs. Arbuckle Coffee 1.00
100 lbs. Oyster Shell 59
Star Tobacco, per lb. .45
25c bottle Listerine .19
50c LaBlanche Face Powder.. .43
25c Sanitol Preparations .19
500 page Tablets .05
High Grade Post Cards .01
A dandy Rag Bath Rug .98
Boys' Fleeced Underwear .19
40 inch Charmeus$ Satin, all
colors per yd 1.98
36 inch Skinners soft finish
Satin, per yard 1.35
A dandy Men's Sweater 1.00
k Solid Oak Folding Bed French
Beveled Mirror 13.48
A Solid Oak Dresser, Beveled
A Solid Oak Side Board Bev
eled Mirror 13.95
A good Cotton top Mattress... 2.98
A 45 lb Felt Mattress 6.75
1 lot men's Imported Australian
Velour Hats. All the latest
shapes and colors, values up
to $6 your choice while they
last for 2.75
27 inch Corduroy Suiting ail
colors per yardi .98
The best 25c ladies underwear and
the best 50c boys' union suits ever
shown in Marshall.
We also call special attention to
our Men's Suits at $14.95. others
ask lots more.
we are receiving every day new
things in fall and winter goods and
all we say is "Come in and be
Shown." Yours truly,
Evelyn, and Miss
last week from a pleasant visit to
their former homo In Canada. They
were there a month and escaped
our hot period.
Tho Stato Highway Is gottlng a
good boost through, the efforts of
E. E. Barnum and others at tho
Colony. They are hauling cinders
on the roadway Worn tho Colony
to tho city in a way that will
make it one of Jho finest sectlonB
of road anywhere. When the city
completes paving tho connecting
Vltrh"1f It will lift .n I f I rn tirt-li I
J itlng. The way to build a good
, , , . 4 . . , , road is to build ilt, seoms to be
and daughter, county court granted, him the the motto of these .enterprising
Byrne returned privilege or Installing a public' gentlemen. Some eonle auiem to
scale In front of his atoro near the bo-better at building on paper or
dePot- Mn hot air,
home that day. He nild 'Bre'r
Wolf got away but that he'd aoon
catch him in Possum Hollow if he
didn't make tracks for the tall
' Cha. Potter la home 'from a visit
of three' weeks ki Texas.
Ed Hawkins topped tho Chicago
market Monday with .four ears of
cattle, receiving $11.00 per ewt. His
cattle averaged 1498 lbs.
Henry Harvey, of Fairvllle, took
-five cars of cattle to Chicago this
week for which he received 9.75
por cwt They averaged 1465 lbs.
iMrs. Bottle Mooro of Spokane,
Wash., who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. L. C. Scott on South
Lafayctto was Joined here Satur
day, by Mr. and Mrs. J, R, Scott,
of Salisbury. .Mrs. Moore left Mon
day for an extended visit to her
daughter Mrs. 'Ed Boyd, of Perry,
Block) alHo Wellintlon
and Lexington coal at ilie
Ice Plant. Give your or
ders to the Stockman Ice
John Poage, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs, C. C. Poage of this city, was
married to Miss Maboi A, Moses vit
Powell, Wyoming on Wednesday,
Oct. 2d at the Presbyterian church.
Mr. Poage has a ranch near Powell
on which they will reside. ' They
have the best wishes of many
Rev. T. II. Boulwarc Si Son is a
new grocery firm In Marshall.
They arc putting up n building on
Eastwood just outside of tho city
limits and will bo ready for busi
ness In about two weeks. They
will handle grocery, poultry, etc.
JW wish thorn success In their en
orprisc. Rev. Boulwarc. will man
igo tho business.
Thoso of our people who hoard
Felice Lyme in Kansas City Mon
day night wcro not disappointed.
Her splendid voice and unassuming
manners mako her a favorite every
whero. Tho admissions to the
concert amounted to 110,000, tho
biggest houso over known in Kan
sas City. Miss LyRn Is a former
Slater girl nnd Will Newton nays
was his pupil at ono tlmo, but olio's
certainly got him beaten whon It
comes to "warbling."
Mrs. L. C. Scott and daughter,
Miss Sadie, ontortalhod at dinner
Sunday in honor of the former's
sinter, Mrs. Bottle Mooro of Spo
kane, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. II.
L. Hall and daughter, Adelb, Mr. F
Ourrcn and Mr. and Mrs. J. It.
Scott of Salisbury. Miss Emma
Scott of Spokane, Wash., who was
expected to como out hero with
Mrs. Mooro was unablo to leave
her placo of business, and It was
quite a disappointment to her par
ents and sister. , " .
Tho difference between
a dollar Hayed and a dollar
apent it two dollarn. Buy
Dovoo'm Standard Painta
from .1. A. Whitt. 34tf
Rout Cummins, a Single Tax ora
tor from Peoria, landed a Slater
Saturday to make a speech. His
audience was hostile to him and
he soon found It out and quit. A
second attempt resulted in a fail
ure and ho loft If tho Single Tax
era have any argum6nts worth pre'
scntlng they ought to be allowed
to do ao, as tour government guar
antee free speech and a frcoprcas.
But It would require much o'ratory
to convince our people .that there's
merit In Single Tax;
IV SHOE , j
The "HUNCH" Model
' for MEN
For real ginger real style the "Hunch"
model is one of the hottest things we have
to offer. A sporty shoe that has class
enough to suit the most clashing young
We have a "hunch" that you'll like it.
Don't miss a look at it anyway.
There I. tt WAMf.OVKU model Just for you.
Maybe it'n the "Hunch", if It l.n't U'm one ol tEe
other alylinh WALK.OVKIt modeln ia our More
we nre confident.
Ed 'West is In St Joseph on bus
Phil Jacobl was hero from Hop
Martin Lawcnco went to Ccn
tralla, III., yesterday on a visit.
Elm Orovo school will glvo a box
social Friday ovonlng, Oct. 19.
Geo. T. Nucklea took his mothor
and Hugh Donahoo to Kansas City
In hla auto Wednesday.
Porter Watts has succeeded Miss
Nellie Cain as bookrkcoper at Ley-he-Downlng
Banks narrison and, Travis Mar
tin of Salt Springs woro callors In
Misses Maurlno Oauldln and MyrI
Blosaer and Harry Hoskett wcro
guests of Mr. and Mrs, Azarlah
Wlnfred, Bulo, who lias been Vis
iting relatives and friends in 8a-,
line for several weeks returned to
Ids homo In Lake Mills, Iowa, Wed
Robert Thompson, formerly of
Shackelford and, a brother of Choa
Thompson of that placo died in
the East several days: ago 'we are
Want ind for Sale Cfoumi
FOR BALE-Scholoralilp inBuil
new college. Address Marshall Ro
WANTED- Mlllnory apprentice
nt Ema M. Chaffee's. 36tf.
FOR RENT 40 acres 0 'miles
east of Marshall. N. F. Roberts, r.
f. d. 5, Marshall. 42p
FOR SALE-1 12 h. p. gasoline
englno, one steel burrgrlndor, one
two hole sheller with bolt 5 inches
wldo by, 60 toot long. Tho mach
inery Is almost good as now, in
uso two years, cost whon now $732
Wish to (go out of buslnoss and
will sell for $140.00 cash. Address
F.4W. Rlchenbakor, Norborne. Mo.
routo 6, T)Ox 25. 41-42b.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Qood trusty
family horse, rather thin, but good
trawler. See J. J. Witt, odltor of
this paper. , , tf.
WANTED Small placo in vicin
ity of Marshall that $100.00 cash
will handle. Prefer Improved;
would consider unimproved. Not
over 6 miles out . ,
H. E. Hllllard,
P- Halfway, Mo.
Oron 8tout, who recently had'hls will soon be out He ,was brought
foot caught In a hay bailor noar
norndon and had to .have tt ampu
tated alnco Is still confined to
his room 'but dolng( nicely anil
to Marshall so that he can
good attention. 0
In a letter from Branch
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza
beth Chapmaa says: "I
suffered from, womanly
troubles nearly five' years.
All the doctors lathe coun
ty did me no good. I'todk
Cardul, and now I am en
tirely well. I feel like, a
new woman. Cardul saved
my life! All who suffer
from womanly trouble
should give Cardul a trial
ft ' 1
W, L. Rethcrford, a former Sa
Ine county boy, is here from Al-
omogordo, ,Ncw Mexico with a
big bunch of mules which he will
'.ell at public auction tomorrow.
3ee Adv. In this paper.
Ex-Senator J. M, Grimes, who
recently sold his paper at Boqn-
vllle, the Central Missouri Repub?
Mean, passed through Marshall
Tuesday evening on his way to
Lafayette county to carnpaJga (for
the Republican party, ,y 'to,
r- i5.'al s". i ' i "t tr . .v
here on busiMaaa ;k!niidiV:
Clarence Zlnk has Just completed
.u,ilt. fa air tt KolinllHlnn flan m
Monday for Winches itLTZI'
,il.h,?.m.e' rllkeanew ear.-If-a'pye tJvlhka
thW .is an easy ob he. ousrht . to,
L; C. Dennis of Blue Lick
daughter, Mrs. W, A. Hill,
ter, Ky-, their
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.'DrIreno Ed,ward, the Osteonaili painted orawurM.nwAXx
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lt , 'Thursday fraetxirlng Her,
KKS, Dr. R. 'H. KTllftkUui atfn,
her injuries' aiter, which '"she f.rfjili'id'W P VV aiwotlb'llf;
taken to her.
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The Missouri Old Trails Road As
soolatlon has Issued the first Old
TralU Road Book, a pamphlet of
60 pages. It contains eleven coun
ty maps, a map of the entire state,
and a map of the United States,
showing the Missouri Old Trails
Road as a Unk in .the National Old
Trails Road. The maps wore
made by the State Highway En
gineer, Curtis Hill. Tho book con
tains a log of tho road from St.
Louis to Kansas City and return,,
showing tho mileage ascertained
by the officers of the Association
in tho Inspection tour. The mile
age across the stato is 300.4, The
book also contains a page descrip
tion of the eleven counties along
tyei road .and, by Walter Williams,
dea of. the School of Journalism
of the, University oi Missouri a
history, of the Missouri Old TralU
Road. A directory of hotels and
saraires adds vtalua tn tk .i.
i It is aeorapiate ofttclaltntrf? tn
Mlssourl'a' fjkjt :roas-sUte high
way. A eopy 'may be seen a rhi
hasYf.'piny on onlabit, of
'. jmt :.Mjr.
will no dot receive k1idknJ)J'):
.Marekail RapuUican $1.00