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Fr'&iy, January IT, 1913.
Publlatitil rr Trmraiiar and cnHrtd In pat
Ollltt l Marauall, Ma., at ttcnd.laa mailer
Terms: $1.00 per Year in Advance
.1. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor
(Office, Dell. 9;
Telephones: oaico, Herndon. 2
I Residence, Dell. 498.
nm'crnor Elliott W. Major wan
Inaugurated Monday with elabor
ate ceremonies. A numcer iram
Ed. 11. Smith, editor of the Ful
'ton Journal a Progrets ve pipor,
hns jrald out to Thoi. L. Oirvor
Hoc'allM, who will continue the pa
MONEY TO LOAN
I have money to loan at five and one-half per cent an
nual interest, with the privelcge to the borrower of paying
any part of principal at any time, and rebate the interest
from date t f payment.
These are liberal terms and if you want money, now is
a good time to cet it.
I furnish abstracts and perfect titles to all lands and
town lots in Saline county. I have buyers for Saline county
farms. If you have one for sale let me know about it.
Wasn't it Slick?
Mit1A nnrl Hnrflfftfi Sold
. ... . ITlUIWd - - -
per as the uuiaa count ouu. Hlrr'tigton, of the firm Somr. of our pooie wcrl. grcatly
na of Uuyton ti Harrington of the 6iv0ekel Ir day morning wh:n th y
:r: , Nat nV. Stock Yurds, East St. guidoy gat d w.i on thel- hard
The fr'cnd of LeVind CJr;cn and j ,nJ.s eim? t0 tow.a on Thursday L0 r B;eps g3m5 cVen hid their
h'.fi son, Dave, and fuml y nympa- , . , Wf ,k j n autcm'bl e fceWa. hurt at so rude a rem'nder
. i in ll ML a.' 4 It !. . i. ...
tivze wmi mem i w. .... . t w tj,j a day anu a ih.i tiat It was slick.
ways n .ow, but ni tn season J))e.j r;m s:j.w 33 Satur-ny Lc,n anti -miJthlze. w.'th him bv
of the year a catnmty also, i n'gli'.. These in addltbn to thou v'MCnf yourself In h: position,
' (purchased by h's son, J. E Hoi- the ed t:r tr.'cl the nVn- p-and-ee'.
One of the b'lli which wll be 1 r ngton, who live a ehori distant acl Ve.v 9 Jcccasfu'.ly. We even
...,0.1 t iht. nrnient session of' rim Slater, mike about 'i.o nuti.i ;0und t a good oxcuie to craw
,h.. ai'f,liture Is the "Hulk Sales -jf mate; nnl hansi wh ch
for:f "n all but nix tt ttcs and MIb
t. ur' oujlit t'J Inv It too.
Complete returns from all pre
cincts In Phelps County show that
ai mi" r.i'ti n I n n
i .. ......... ..i tin tn . "
option carriea 7m, " ! llogirs, three of Allen
IMS. Th's u-ar. about four fifths j J B
,,I the total voting strength of , 1
.. . i ..... .iw. lurtroHt rm hp?j mm.
Am exchange has mide the Joy
ous dlecoveo thit whan the new
parcels post law becomes effective
skunk hides may be sent by mall.
Th's will be one way of getting
even with nny carrier whom you
Llfo: The, traveling salesman had
four mT.nute.3 In whlcch to catch
h's train. "Can't you go .'aster than
th'o?" he asked the street ear cop
ductor. "Yes," the bell ringer an
jwcred, "but I have to stay with
Pat, th'.nklng to enliven the
party, stated, with watch In hand,
"I'll presjnt a box of candy to the
loldy that makes the homeliest
lace within the next three minutes
The fm expired, Pat announced:
'Ah Mrs. Mccu'r?, yau get th
pr'ze." "But" protested Mrs. Mc
Ou'Te, "go way wid ye I I wasn't
v'iy'a1 at nlV
New Ycrk Tribune: "If the high
cost of living keeps on, the rich
themselves will feel the pinch of
t.' The speaker was Brand Whlt-
ock, Mayer of Toledo. He con
tinued: "I know n Toledo bankor
who has already legun to rotr.nrh
H's daughter tald to him the oilier
diy: "Pathtr, idear, I need anew
fall r ding liaU't.' 'Can't afford It,'
the banker growled. 'Uu1, fithcr,
what am I to do w'thout u riding
habit?' 'Get the wjilklng habl.' "
Hcscndale Sgnil: How m:n o
vou have rexO the b'ble, askid the
preacher of h' congregation, In
one of h's Sunday talks. "How
........ I.iv vntll till. 'Jllfl rli:ii'iT
Jc ik'ni, s?ven of Sm'tn all nffl'cteu In like mtinnsr or wlio73( Jttde?" A rcore of hands went
Uabb ns, intend to do such n raah net n'
nd o.ie ubive referred to.
nee by fire, ospw ly i nee ; cha)1i (or car :ads of mules npiiznir tint you lai be ter ui
was no Instirtnre. This isa. i . hwK3 rom furmCrs which he ,itr;tand the other min'j cjnJl-
Inve uacjj 'nty a ncv warm bed.
i.-iu.-" The b'll nruvidi'S that n retrntly been purchascJ for ims Hut wtt don't biv eve In the baby
mcr:haht must give notice before ; . r n In th'i pr; of th? country. aCr, aj fr0t I)r
0. T. Nu-klei
oar suits were
w-I'mr his iroadi In bulk. This' jr. Hairngton Is recognue.i as lf tlut
trek Is ofte:i rcsorie.l t by ds-i., Vl.cral buyer and If owners are gtra'ght and the covering ronooth
hone't merchants to defraud thc'r:JJy ta i'.l at the mirkct prtce cj JV;r ant u vta but a few
house. Th's liw Is In j gcirra"y mikes u deal in .i rh,rt hours till we w?re nguln
very few mltiutci. 0.' the lO.hcau naaniglng the best papsr In the
purchnewl Thursday nrd Fr'day tourty.
th rtv--.cvcn were pur:hased of sTw t h it we cm r?a'l:cc thor-
j Joseph Shep:rJ, twenty-four of L. oughly the fee'.'.ngs of those who
A. Sm th, two of Lewis Sm th, six- va'.k '.n slippery p'acM, we extend
. 'i..' i J. H Aud&'oy, ten of Col. ji: r anJ body felt sympathy to
the county and was tne uirgcsi
vote ever polled at nspsc'al elec
tion In rhrt'ps County. The cltllcs
o' Kr '.i, St. James an l Ncwburg
na went "Jry". The last local
option c ectlon held In Phelps coun
' ... .... ll..
tv was in August iyao, wncn me
a . . la.... 4 a. ..
ar. unio.e to ouiiun me
rr'te-: paid for all of them, but
wc understand that nearly all the
..., mi.'oa Vrtlltrlit liVP f2 0 II r
head. Mr. Shepard cold h's work stage here today, and cont'nucd to
mulct for $210 p?r head and his r se tJeau3.y nt tne rate oi a ncnes
it null, ill iiiv ti-jvi riii.i
up !n the audience, and that many
exprc:s ve faces Inacateil a fu.i
knowledge of that prrl'culur chap
ter. "Well," said the minuter,
;"c'Vul ";1"Yibook of Jude." And the goo 1 p o
pic who had tpoken too 'mjiulHlvc
'v d'd not know whothcr to r.mllo
Floods on Ohio.
iinif' .tnimriKi 10
tilt. ! IkkaTf UUIIU'll t fj
Oh'o River .passed the 60-foot I.
1 I A .1 1 1 4 I 1
county went "wet" by majority "f,, ) th (trm of the city and In Dayton, Newport
ut m Pillrbur'y, Nugent & Carpenter, Covington, suburbs across the
When J?hn C. IcKlnley, n He- tJ tc i
pub"cin lieutenant governor, took Hustler.
h'e p ice us President of the btate
Senate 'n 1905 the Democratic ma-(
lor'ty In ithat body boldly refused
Km. the vrlvi'egc of appointing.
Senate Ccmm'ttces a pr'.vUgc
that had never before bien denl-(
ed al'eutonant govivnor. The
tvme th'ng was done In 10)7, nnd
wxs repeated 'n IflOI) and 1011 when
J. O. ame"'ch, n Hcpubllcan lieu
tenant governor, 'pres'ded. At(
the'r caucus last week the Demo-
irat'c lenitors, in order to a
i . .. t v i i ill rv i' ii i ui'K v. zjuu iiiM AUiin
were Jiere Maiuruay anu pu-cin- , . .
held o' horaes. 8 ater "Jt iciiiiitrjrjj jiwue
icss by the Invading waters. In
the Kentucky towns achoo. homes
and churches have been thrown
open nnd are filled with refugees.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
XlSrJSSL A The pnperty '
i-TiV Cinc'nnat' cor
1111 la Ut4 ii.
mm, mum wnn
Taaa Mlw Hi
! tt. I.H
B MRAN IILL1l tum
SOIB BV DRUGGISTS EYf RYWHHf
oss w I' riich Int
Likes Tcxa i
Sun Hen'to, Tex.,
Jan. 1th, 1913
and w;rehousc owners whoie plac
es of hus'neJH are ulong the river
front, have niffercd heavy losies.
Hur-'rcds o' cd'lars hivo bci'n
flooded, and 'n romo build ngs fac
ing the wliarves the water Is up to
the ceeond stcry.
and the Lou's
Ru lroad freight
ibmerged and nil
. ii,..sii. n .1 - m ... t a .,... t . . i n -.
ihi. rr'v ... i'pnV.1 ti ItntiuV- ,YUlKlr' OI nruntt-jge, iexin.iei ing irj.iis running nio uio ur .'J ten-
.... ,.. - a " ' ..
ican p"c csc'Fors, nnu
am'ghty howl was rulsed by
of 'Mr. Painter, the new lieutenant
governor, because they d'd not un
derstand the g:mo, lut M. Painter
wa? w'se'y comjil'icrnt about it.
Ptrl' ip h's tii'te had n'rea ly been
Ircp3red rand handed over to Sen
ator w :on, wno was selected as
, on ntt tud., o' fa'rneu nd ' r Utopj- lhe ' ! ?
Istency, cleeldcd to deprive I not ccMn last weeks Issue of T.le and Nashy.l e
own lieutenant governor of' lper aiotter from Q. W. houses nre ha'f su
forthwith ' tne 'ne Ki"un track, and ulso tral i.tat'on arc bo'ng rerouted ln
....,' f the f no c'.lmite bat am sorry to the city. .
oyirenu. . .. , . . ., , , ....
r. u ne 'hi nj. loanu me reai jne nooaeu streets along the
1 it-rden tpst o.' Tex in. The phec r'ver on both the- Ohio and Ken-
where eammer weathr pi-evalisucky deo were filled w'th row
I ho yo::- rsu-.J 's Oimjrjn Coun- boats, skiffs and launches all day,
' ty, Texas. The ch'ldren not only carrying out refugee.! nnd their
go barefooted u'.l winter as well o'ong ngs Steimb'-it 'riffle o
' I t ..r tier .ut many of the ila.tl- the river lias been iiractleallv nb n
rces'-Vit r'r3 tern , with Instruc-' can c""211"6" 6 'eara old have nev- 'loned, the water be'ng Co high
f to i p point the comm'ttees.' er uorn n pa'r of shoes, and never that jinny of the boat' are unab e
F. r v.- ;yr that ar
that '"re va a tne average
Democratic pollt'ciin Is certainly
v. ;vr that are dnrk and tricks 8U,,er tFOm heat nor cold, to pass under the bridges. The
re va'a the average Missouri Ine temperature hero today Is sw.ft curr
76 degrees. The truck growers of traffic
th vie nlty ore now shipping .and
w'll continue to sh'n ml a '
current Is a bar to upitream
T. 1 ..
-i.biif. Vt.,n I yean g
A I . . It .1.
. numper nave mentioned th ' .r,i. i,,i i
matter of the bequest of the late 'n .Vw tn n. necess t.
James Lankfcrd for the mainten-' i,. iavo R-n
- i . . 1 . . 1 i i i
'a i.iwii , i I13 a,,J la Uluy 0B nu oy me
" .f . mnkrx.fair Uw predatory rich: Butter, extra
. .It Uthe greUuniuml n"cr-
...u':Jl ?r:cuUral d'es' It 1-2 and 12 cenU at
ance o' n hall and l'trary in Mar
slia.'.l. The plan 'as n clever
.schema to perpetuate the Con
federacy '.a Mars'ia'l, but since the
'bu'.'dlng will be strictly a Conled
.rato affa'r it wMl be no city hall
jior public building by any means.
Our lodges have the'r own halls
and bu'ldlnga and It Is quite pro
per that tho Sons of Confederate
Veterans and U. D. C. should have
f-he'r Inll and have It known as
uch. But wo A ffer on the point
of th? ne?d of such an organlza
t'oa, as our organizations should
have as the'r obJe;t a harmonious
aml rMnnorous community inttead
of organ'zing to keap up a feeling
ot b'tterness and sr'fe which tends
to d'srupt and destroy both the
sides lntwted. If Jlarshill had,
a real public hall, library or hos
pital In wj'ch all could have a
part our o'.ty would bo a much
nvor agreeable place, than with
the hall contemplated. And it
would moan thousands, of dollars
to Marshal's prosperity if we
could twyto jj&yery, good' citizen,
"Com tolMarsJklTweihHve the
beat peoplftjon earth and are work
ali, other's .Welfare." Wo
.'a ' ltav"knqv nwfjaie;, families to
$ rsivp rahaU'wply because of
07, but many of them
nco soared into the luxury
-J . will, Mil- on .. . . , . . 1
,11 t,. iuv. t i. u j. '""''i " oKBt lnino irean
winter .1ln1v n, .nl.w toUf 30 CentJt' Zm0 VCan
i" .. "V"..!."" ""u,l",m 1-2 and 12 cents a pound:
Vhi t n .n i. j ..ii,.. ""aloi 5 cents j qua'l per dozen,
Texii I still lavo awStpot S JkjSo ndr01? f nu'80
y' . y' .a "ushel; .peach blows, 40 and 45
' F. Solomon. I cents, sweet, 50 cents, baoon 0
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper of near cents ; ham, nugar cured, 12 i-2c
Miami, arc spending the winter at sugar cured breakfast bacon, 10 1-2
8t. Cloud, Florida. conts. Liberty Tribune.
TCl"mf"M qpMure feet eelleeta Um hrrMMe
, M: mjKtrm et sWsiass-spraaaa Ohm snrer
mm Tl nnr Tetaa tAI.af4.
WE ARB all exposed to Buch dangers our only armor is evee res?
bl99t Let your.stbmich be of good digestloa, your liver active
and your lane full of good pure air and you doa't sarraadfT to any of tha dlKtw
bPi'ltti Ti.bit knowa toidd and alUmMte, tbat comcta a torpid har.
And bclps dlxMUon so that good blood U tnanuf aotarad and Um sytau cuurUhd, la
laj&fti CoMeM Mcdkal ntocovery
ThU famous medicine has baen soU by madleiaa doalen In Ita lioald font far
over wnj J"l, kitiw iiw avuaiKiion. . u uw proiar yon eaa MOW ODlAla Or.
pUrea's Ooias M41saJ Diaaovery tabloU of your ajagiat at L0O, aUo la 60s atea
man Dfwoaian, wlfaW daugntar hooU Kara, U conUMcd In thla Us
i PaopU'i Uadlcal Ad.
a knMriaiia a'vmw
rirosian. wlfaW dAuahur ahoald hava. la coataaaal in thla Ui.llon IVv- rnx
nauwiiv iajq pasaa w"4 rfimriav wumu in huul aw trva u, bdtob nning 11 1
aat atunma ta nrapaar aoat or man W.ng ana poataga. 1
or crawl under the bench.
A city man who had made good
financially and ncc'nlly, was show
Ing his ccountry friend over hh
newly built house. It was firn'sh
ed most luxuriously, and as one
room after another was v s'.lod the
farmer's sXc.ice increased. Hi jolty
man, thinking h's old country
Vend was too full for utterance
ftBld h'm, awhcn tho last room,
wctt Its heavy lurnlsuings, was
Inspected, "Well, Joslah, what do
you th'nk of It all? "I've beon
thtnkln', Henry,' repl'ed the farm
er, "what tan all-flred Job you'd
have If you had ter move."
Chicago Inter-Ocean: The tenl-
perance ro.'ormer was Justly proud
of having converted tho biggest
drunkard In a little Scotch tow,
and Induced him hu wua the local
grave-d'gger to get on the plat
form and- epout his experiences
"3Iy friends," ho Mid, 'I novel:,
never thocht to stxnd upon th's
p'sttcrm with tho provost on one
sr'dc of 'mo and toon clerk on th'
'ther sldo of me. I never thocht
to tell yet that for a whole month
I have not touched, a drap of
ntiythlng. I've cuved enough to
buy ma a briw oak c?ff n wl' bra's
handles and Irasi na'ls and if lVn
a teetotiler for ah'ther month I
shall be want'n' It t
An exchange Bays that a coun
try merchant v'sltod. the c'ty . u
few days la go and purchased a ta
li' e castor 'I'rom a dollar store,
which he took homo wfth li'an.and
after putting a taj on St nurke-1 4
made a present of It. to the Meth
odist preacher, whose church h's
fam'ly nrtentJed. The reverend
gontletn.au tsok tho package
home, opened it and examined the
contents. The next day he took
the oaskr I'jick to tho grocery-
man, with the tag attached and
sold to him. "I am too poor Jh
tho world's goods to afford to d f
play o valuable a castor on my
table, and df you have.no obleo
tlons, I should Uko to return It
and take $14 worth of grocorlcs In
stead." The merchant dropped
dead and the m'nlster. got the
The Star Clothing Co. of Jeffer
son. City, of which James A. Houch
In Is president, lias signed up with
the atate of Virginia- to employ its
convicts and will move there. M'a-
aourii has abolished the convict la
loR 8AL1-New GasoUne Table
Lamp, costiBf 13,0fl for 5.M. This
lamp 'is a powerful one and waa
purcaoaed for use in, our. office for
eraerfeocy purposes, but owlaf to
the strong vibration of. rtaiilRff
asacMBery It eas ,BotA be wied. The
s ha kitif breaks ,tke ai&atlM. Just
the taiaf ,for tko fakil, eirele
tablvMarahall RepubUtaa. tf
ft. 'A. 1 . ii.-Ai
The stores of Marshall have un
dergone a greater change during
the put ten years than any other
business or property. And the
changes and Improvcm nts atestll
W. M. Wh'te, the ladles fumlsh
ng merchant, has had one of the
nicest storza in ths past but Is
not sat'fltied t'.ll th? last word Is
said In modern elegance and con
venience. He has Just remodeled
h's store, repapered nnd painted
.nd added now fixtures. He now
has a row of modern show cases
a'ong the south side of tho store,
1 row c! su't cabinets against tho
north wall and n double row of
d'splay tables down through the
tenter of the store, w'th cabinets
across the roar end. Bach show
case Is brlll'antiy lighted with Its
own dcclr'c lights. This not only
gives a good opportunity for dis
play, but keeps out the dust and
cables h'm to carry a much lar
Mrr Em Chaffee's new store 'n
the Farnrs Savings Bank bulld
.ng Is nnoth?r big Improvement.
She has recently moved Into her
new location and has spared nelth
r paVas nor expense to modernize
the plao. When she started 'nt
h? m To-cry bus'ncJi about nine
years ago she had asm ill corner
'.n Fletcher's store. Her business
has prospered nnd grown unfc"
the can point to her success with
h:ire3t pr'de. Wc are unable to
accurately describe the store but
t Is wcrth a visit to sec the
place, and Mrs. Chaffee is always
pleasant nnd Jolly so you nuodn't
be n.'rald of "Just dropping In."
J. P. Johnson, the wa'l pip:r
man nnd painter, hai th? store
adjoining and Is putting it Into
e'egant ships, wh'ch will bo n
wonderful -'mprowtmMit o.i hit
Patterson Hros. have been In the
same building, on the oast of MrJ.
Chaffee, for some t'me but they
ore 'mprov'aur the'r stor-s frm i'ay
to day till tho place resembles the
most modern c'ty store and the
boys ara right up In tho'r buMneS",
which Is bringing the deserved cue
Sloan's liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, soro throat,
croup, asthma, hay fevor
MB. Albkut W. PaiCB-of Frclonla,
Kan., wrltel I " Wo na Bloui'a X.ln.
menl in th f atnllf And and 11 an s
eallenl relict for eoldt and liny fotar
attacki. ltatopiooDzblncaiiif ineta.
Ing almoat lnintlj.n
RELteVEO SORE THROAT.
Mrs. I.. llitKwi!n,of Modalln.Fla.,
write: " I bougbt ono bottle of your
Mnlmant and ItUldmonll tUopood In
th world. Mr tliroitir.iTerytore,
and It cured ci of tnj trouble"
COOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Ma. W. It, BTnASor, 8TJ1 Elniwood
Arenoe, Cbleago, 111., writer I "A lit
tl boy ntit door lil eronp. 1 gar
th mother Slonn'i JJnlmcnt to try.
Sho rat Mm ttirro drop on mgar
txfore C'nK to bed, And lio cot up
without tUe cruup In tho roornlni."
Prloe, 2Bo; BOa, $hOO
self. It Is said of Uecrge Wash
ington that In answer to a CU.s
t'on of his mother as to why hi
etud'ed so late at night, repl'ed
that he was Working out the des
tiny of hi 'country.
There are hundreds o! young
people todiiy who ara desirous o'
ga'ning a practical eJucaHu, bu1
for one reiaon or another, they
cannot l&ivo ihooi) to securo it,
so they drag along from one year
to tlva next In tha sa old rut.
There are hundreds of others that
ore availing themselves of the op
portunity offered by tho corres
pondence ,deparlm;nt o! our col
lege, saving the'r leisure m:m;ntn
and Inventing them In an educa
tion that will m.Mn thousands of
dollara to thorn in the coming
You miy aay that you are not
ub'e ta take a course, but the ier
von who ran least afford it is tho
one who needs ft most and should
have 'it by all means at any sacri
fice ; it don't cost mu'ih.
Correspondence Cou se
ed In ... ... ...
m Reward, $1H
Tin rMiWi of tkla
irara Ibai there la a
caper will be plttaed to
I lr one urraam uiaeaaa
that aclrnrv hta been able lo rura la aU Ha
(tatea, and that la lattrth. Ilall'a Catarrh Cur
me vni peeiiifa rure now iwwn iw mm
rcl fratrrullr. I'cUnh bln a cooitltattonal
dliaaae, reaalra a rouatllulwuai irtainaat
Italia Catarrk Cur la taken taurnallr. acttar
dlrecllr upa IB liowi ana aucoaa tarrarea ar
Ike ajilto. tbrrtby dratrortis tb fMsSallsa
cf tha dUeaae, and fltlaf taa patlrat atraaftki
ur HUiiai up in eooaiiiauoa anu aaawias a
lut la dolor It work.
ch filth in lla etirat
Oa llandred Dollar for anjr raaekat'lt
The proprietor aar
lira power that lhr
ttf MM fall
nr llaa lla
tall to cure. Head for ilU t teatloxmUl.
Addrru !'. J. CIIKKBY 4 CO., Toled, 9.
Bold br all Uruiitit. T3.
Tak Uall'a I'tullr I'lll fr ctaitlpattea,
Dasp Thauthk Hart.
If a hsb wra as cheap as almost
aar woman can make him feel, ao
woaaaa could resist bin merely as a
Rltdt Msn Always en Hand.
Om ot ta most striking features of
tha Brasaat decada ts tba miraculous
way In which tha right people have, ap
pear! to mt new needs, Ifixchang.
Say "Yes" to
- Leave the chill of winter behind
you and find the flush of roses, the
un-gilded missions, the out-door cheer
of road and rill, the charms of a radiant
sea. And to enjoy your trip to the
utmost take one of the superb limited
trains of the
Rock Island Lines
The pioneer de luxe "Golden State Limited"
Via the direct route of lowest altitudes every
mile a mile away from winter;, the through
fast "Califomian" and other, good trains
every day from Chicago, St Louis, Kansas
City. St Joseph, Omaha and Memphis for.
California and the Pacific Coast provide' the
best service. .
For laformatlon.tlckcti, raawyationa, tc, addreas
r' ' i . i-aaMr Aat
Young fr'end, why not take ad
vantage of th'n opportunity and
gain a huslneai education by
ing your moments that would
otlicTWlBO be wasted? 'Why not
spend an hour of the long winter
evenings nflor nlghtfill quaHlylng
yourself with knowledge of the
fnmsus Uyrno S mpllfl Shor hand
Pract!cal Dookkecp'jig, Typewrit
ing, Ar'.thmol.'c, Oramm-r, WriJng
and Telegrapliy, for which the
bus'.ncai world will' pay you ca'.7
P..U out tho following blank and
mall to tho correspondence Dept.
MohcKy Commercial College, Mo
1 br-p!v. Mo. for eattilonrii!' nnd full
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rails all day In th forest nnd th.n i Name
nftfvr K'.r ilnv'M work wjh flnlxlfd.!
u.'nnlil umIW flvft VnltiHi to borrow . Address
a book to study and Improve h'.m-