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Friday, January 21, 1913
Is proving a great success. It's the New Sale of the year and it's
the greatest Money-saving Sale Marshall has ever had. Hundreds
of men and young men are coming from every part of the county
to buy these Suits and Overcoats at these big money-saving prices.
The sale ends Saturday February 1st. Come to this sale and
get your share of the Bargains while the sale lasts.
LEYHE-DC WNING CLOTHiNG COMPANY
North Side Square Marshall, Mo.
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MIL. IL.MIL. UUIII1II1U UL.UIIIH1U UUIKI Mil I I HI1UL.L. I UU I ULLHIHIIU UHLL am
r i n
Mm. Noel and moji. Curtis, are
visiting relative In Warsaw, Lin
coln uml other points in lleiitoi:
county tlio pant two weeks.
Mr. Elizabeth Uoggln and sis
ter, Mitti Anna, delightfully enter
tained a number of Invited gu'-sts
lust Saturday afternoon.
Mm. T. (. Kelson entertained In
iter usual hospital ma tier, the I'rl
cilia Club and several other friettiU
al her home on Hast Miller Street
.Miss Mabel Bvami spent hint
eck In thu country with her aunt,
Mm. Everett Lynch.
Mr. and Mm. J. Jl. Allen ofHouth
of town were guests of trlutlves In
Kunnns City hint week.
MIha Odlellerry, Mrs. WrgHuui!
Mm. D. P. Uerry were In Indepen
dence several days last week vl
ltlnR Mr. and Mm. C. A. Galloway.
Sam Chirk of llutte Mont., who
U an engineer on the great N'o. th
orn It. R. is visiting his uncle, S.
D. Clark north of town.
Rev. . E. Shanklln was caMe-.'
to lllackburn last week to conduct
the the funeral services of Mr.
The body of W, D. Armstrong of
Kansas City, who wui n resident
qf Sweet Springs about 2') years
ao was Interred at Fairvjrw ceme
tery Inst week.
Miss Nellie Put nous and Ltielan
Kelllon of flenon, Mont., wetemnr
rled Thursday afternoon, .Jan. 16
by Hev. C. T. Wallace at the par
Honage. They left the same af
ternoon for their new home In
Will llenton who has been In
Springfield for several mouths l
Mrs. U. Shanklln left Frld.i.v
for Moberly to bo with the family
of her brother-in-law who Is
unite ill. i ii
Mias Solma Oordlng left Mn lay
for Kansas City where she will
remain for nomo Unit.
Multitudes of People
take SCOTTS EMULSION regu
larly to repair wasted vitality and
enrich the blood to withstand
winter colds and exposure.
It contains the highest grade of
cod liver oil, medically perfected;
it is a cream -like food -medicine,
scrupulously pute a..d healthful
without drug' or stimulant. En
dorsed and advocated by medic!
SCOTTS EMULSION di Ives out
colds nourishes the membranes
of the throat and lungs and keeps
Nothing 'qnaU SCOTT'S
EMULSION tor tune and bronehtat
wtakntu tart, tight cieid'and
till, pulmonary troublsi.
sEqiially good for infants,
children .or adults, but yqu must
Mrs. Howard I'otls of Kansas
City Is visiting the family of her
sister, Mm. C. U. Hall.
Tin; bill 1 'i-tluy salt; ciiiIh
Fl. 1h. Hoho & ltuukiUM'
This Is good weather to hunt
snipes If some one else holds the
Sunday school was very well at
tended at Concord Sunday.
Miss Lnla Piper will entertain
the Concord Sunday school Thum
day night, January 21.
Mm. Willie Heumanu has been
Miss Adell Dysurt of Slater and
ulster Frances and brother Hay at
tended Sunday School at Concord
1'reston llrockway who lives near
John Kessler has a telephone in
his new house. 1
Wonder If Jim Hobblt Is wearing
any shoes this cold weather.
Miss Jessie Mne Thornton enter
tained a number of friends on Frl
Jay night Jan 17. All spent a pleat
ant evening, playing all sorts of
games ami the iuumIp furnished b
Flem hiiiI Joe Thornton was tx
Frank Drnckwny drove about a
hundred and fifty hogs from his
home to the Island on Thursday,
Miss Anna Hoj'i Mi", and Mrs.
Fred Uicrhaum, Mr. and Mrs, Hobt
Pointer and little daughter, and
Mr. anil Mm. Herman Aselmeyer
und children visited Mrs. W. II.
Thornton Friday night.
Miss Veda Piper ilid not attend
school at Arrow Hock Monday as
the weather was too bad.
L Archibald Uryant Craig is o,ulte
Everybody bring a new scholar
to Sunday School at Concord Sun
Hussell Pickering nttended Con
cord Sunday school Sunday.
Harry Hudson and family visited
at Steve Craig's Sunday evening.
Several of the young folks of
this vicinity wont to the surprise
party at William Plnne's Sunday
evening. It was Miss Clara's birth
Ttinl received 11 full line
of Star Brand SlioeN. ,1.
A. Wltiil. 24tf
f. E LICK
Leonard Oots of Slater Is a visi
tor at 0. A. Harrons this week.
Itoxey ami Joe Pannell spent
Saturduy and Sunday with their
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mlnnlo Wlngfleld returned home
last wcok after several weeks stay
J. M. Thornton of l.eovenworth
Kansas was in our midst Fridny.
I.arkln Thomas and wife -were
shopping In lllue Lick Saturduy.
Mrs. Dick Smallenberger Is on
the sick list thin week.
Jns. Culbertson and family at
tended preaching at Zlon Sunday.
Mrs. (Jeorge Sylvester left last
Thursday for Whethume, Mo., to
visit the family of C. L. Hughes.
Miss Pearl Itlley visited relatives
n Wnvcrly this week and attend
ed u reception given by W. Isreal
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hobert
jou. Mr. and Mm.Hobert Funk an
nounce the arrival of a boy Jan
uary 17th, 1913.
Mm. McHeynolds and Mrs. 8.
liurrus were guests of Misses flood
sous in Marshall Tuesday.
John Moore who Is In a very crll
leal condition with heart trouhlt
Is not much better. '
Hoy Humphreys Is oulte sick at
his home near town. His many
friends wish him a speedy recovery.
Corn hauling continues, drain Is
being shipped from ho re every
Dave Moreland shipped cattle to
Kansas City this week.
L. Taylor transacted business in
Miss Francis' Welch returned Kansas City had two cat- loads of
homo Wednesday from North Da
kota, where she has been for near
ly a year.
It. T. Itrlghtwell and wife were
guests of friends in Marshall Sun
day.. II. H. Dingley and wife were
guests of friends at Salt Springs
Hev. Eubanks of Menden, Mo.,
was a'guest of the family of A. I).
Loyd Cort and his aunt, Mrs.
Francis (Irotts were guests of S.
T. Wilson and family In Malta
Mm .Kllza Itclllcy Is a guest or
her sister at lloonvllle this week.
T. S. Smith Jr., and his mother
were guests of friends at Hlackr
cattle shipped in
Miss Sparks and nleeu Virginia
Price visited In Marshall last
Peyton lurilopk tit tended ser
vices at Orearvllle Sunduv night.
Dick Dobbins bought a fine team
of mules from Henry Vinbroeh
Mlshes Lorene Thornton and
Deloro:ie N'eff attended a parly in
Suiier Friday night.
V.. F. Detmer was a Slater caller
Onion King made atrip to lvie
p.as City during the past week,
Jesse Hensick made a b' sin -s-
trlp to (lilliam Tuesday.
.Itiflf I U'u'i f i till .fit Wiuiil i".m.i
' U " ' . " . "", uu l" vicinity one dav
naune v.o. .neiueai assik iiiio-i in
Marshall last week.
Miss Limine Thornton spent last
tL'milr til till Itltllll iif llllnlM
Miss Viola Maker Is on the sick ,jt.ss,, ,.nsiek
list this week. ' Amos MeCaity of Nelson is the
Mr. JeM. rom (.ana. a Is n vh- joiit of ,,, ,., ,
itor t the home of his brother, J()hll M(.?lll.,;.t
Jas. elcl. here. 101lh Kamm . We,t , w
1-red Smltherman nr.Slalcr was ..,.. t,llwi,lv. , , ..... ,
ef'ii,.i,i(, . 41&tt-lll Kit' IIIHIT"
AYERS .f HI
Marlon Garrett and family and
L. Dulancy and family visited J.
It. Dulaney and family Sunday.
J. E. Cook who has been on the
lick list Is able to be up again.
Miss Hazel Huppert was a guest
of Miss Hazel Coring Sundny.
The writer has received a letter
from near San Francisco, Cal. The
person stated that It snowed there
for an hour but did not freeze
enough to do nny damage.
Itemember that Sunday Is our
regular preaching service. Every
body come that can.
Miss Ethel Dulaney and Miss
Ollle Carr spent Sunday night with
fleorge Carr atid family.
Amos Wood visited his brother
Roy In Marshall hut week.
The river Is nearly blocked here
T. T, Claycomb went to Sweet
Dr. J. D. Jackson I attending
Fluvlel Crton, who was so badly
wounded while In aiuatrul.
The pupils of lluclcsnort school
have nearly all been undergoing a
siege of chickenpox,
(I eo. and Joe Stephens made a
trip to Marshall Tuesday. They
tried walking as it was so icy.
Frank York and floy LaMey wr
In Herndon Tuesday. The latter
purchased the fixtures of the
Crowder mill and will set up a mill
at Dine Lick.
("has. Cr.iln was ilnwn Monday
looking after his corn that he was
having shelled on his farm.
Hev. Wallace ptea-hed at Hazel
li jve. Sunday.
F. Aulgur; Clerk W. II. Itlgglns;
Escort, W. F. Dennis; Watchman,
Jim Little; Sentry. Hector Hern
don; Manager, W. J. Herndon. The
eamp has Its regular meetings, the
third Friday night of each month.
Old Hand (to nsw ticket llr at
tat fair) "Ever hern on thu wlck
t bofarn In a crush?' Now Hand
"Nope. Old llaiul "Thought uoL"
New Hand "Why notT" Old Hand
"You itWe chaniii first, snd tickets
afterward." New Hand -"What It the
difference?" Old Hnnd 'Hundreds of
dollars, my boy. No on ever paste
In and forgota his tickets." Judie,
Drowntd In Buttermilk.
Thomas Her, a milkman, waa
drowned In 1,000 Rations of butter
milk when his wmcoii dropped Into a
deprrsnloa In thj road and waa orar
turned, Tlio tnuk burst nnd the de
presslon tilled to the brink and Mr.
Her, who was caught beneath the
wreckage, was corured entirely .wltk
Doctoring a Doctor.
"I ay, doctor, did you ever doctor
another doctor?" "Oh, y." "Well,
tell me this. Does n doctor doctor a
doctor the way the doctored doctor
wants to by doctored, or do? the doc
tor dolnc the rteciorltiK doctor tii .till
er doctor lu hla own way?' Ez.
Necessity It the Mother. '
"The hois thought he wii ilolug a
bright thing when he hud the pocket
In our Jackets atarched tight," iat4
the old time burtendr. "All I did waa
to buy a couple of union suit and
pass the change down the back of my
"Shall I mention to your father the
. fact that I have absolutely no bad
I IibIiIImT" Malll Mm vnltliv titan ahn U.J
!!... ,1' . . . .. I V f ! " "
'i. , i. i. iiiup i imt iti in ru 1 Juat proposed. "No." rplM the
lil held their rgiilar meeting' thoughtful girl, "Of course. I want
axt Friday night. The following him to think you will bo a good hu
i fllcers were lin-talled. Veil Co sul band. At the same time. I'd lesve him
Tom Heed ; Worthy Advisor, (. A "on,e ,1P'8 f tJudlnu you nood com
1lioina.i; Excellent Hanker, John Pau''"
a guest of his sister Mrs. M. (teu-
It Is with much regret that wo
ii-iirii u.ni k., .i. w(ueii nnii mm- ,i,m, ..i l-
lly l,,ve i.ur Immediate ne-ghb,,-1 .,. Np.f nml ,rff ,
hood although they will not ,,,, ,l0IK,1,phf,i wen-
al of his cousin.
Will Kammeyer of Marshall was
, visiting lili parents at this plact
Mrs. J. J. Robertson entertained r(v u!;ht.
uupper guests o .Mr. J i.-.tim Sat-
the Tue!ilay elnb at flinch TueM-
Willls Dyin-i o' this community
.1 f J . t ,
.my ...en....... .v ,arKe numil ror WHS mMaK t,,s , (hl p. ( ,
, guests wetv p ,senl f.-.m M-" 1.4.;1?:llll),i.oo.l Mnnili v
Ilhs Katharine Fletcher wiih the
guest of MIsBes Calla Odoll and
Ruth Sandors of Marshall last
31m. Cecil Huff spent the day
Tuesduy with her mother, Mrs.
Loulo lllosser was a Jefferson
City vlHltor several days last week.
Plilll Huff spent several days
lust week in Marshall.
Tho (1. T. T. C. c'ub met v.Uli
Mm. Hugh Miller last Wednesday.
The afternoon Was - pleasantly
spont In embroidering and talking.
Light refreshments of Handwltchus
Saratoga chlpB and pickles were
sorved. Two now members were
admitted into tho club.
Mrs, Erflkli Uloaser entertained
with nturkoy dinner last Sunday a
number of Marshall friends.
,W Jiavo n,, full line uf
l)eV6'is Sfantlai'd PainiH
for liouHo, harrt, flborH)ul
W 'r u. 24tf
Send, llackl.uMn nnd Ml Leonard.
, U. A. Field was In our neighbor
II..., IT I t t . t '
..rw .ansoerg-r rtv,". ,,.,, Tui)i,,v ,.,,, ,
me c.u. ,,rw. am. .mm. carl .Iohl, hV.nme.-e wai a business
Grimes the guest prise for KMu- ,aUtM. , s,aU.
Ing the most points. Delightful ,n
refreshments of oyfltejs e-Jery, ' CAIT CDDiMne
nlckles, Fandwlehes, coffee and OAL. 1 orKlINLaO
wafers were terved. All seemed c has. Drown o' Stater lulled nt
to have a delightful linn. 'tin homo o: his son L. A. Hjomii
and A. II. Orr Saturday.
We have alioulLMIOnnir. '' Mr. Lee ll.irtman o'
of Itiilihei'M for men, wo- Sweet Springs spent the week endi
men and uliildren at !() with the bitters mother Mm. w.
per jmir. 'hile fliey InsL, r- Ki,,'
J. A. WhiH, MU Leonard. 'ri'. "airy Dingley, Mr.
2-tf -Mr8 bowls Hi-own' and son,
and .Mlsi Lulu Decker of Sinter
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mm
A. II. Orr Sunday.
California prunes at the Salt
iMrs. Lizzie Edwards returned
Sunday to her home in Ilnun, Ark Springs store at Oe per lb,
Sho was accompanied by her nep- Miss Lula Decker of Slater is
how Oral Wilson, son of Perry Wil spending the week with her sis
son. In the heavens wjioro Orals tor, Mrs. Hrown',
mother dwells, a rich reward la I Quite a number from the Sj rings
awaiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwards,, attended thu sale of Paul Evans,
and others for their happy homes pear Shackelford Inst Thursday.
nyj H4"" ..iuo urai aim ovi-ry.ua- reporio nun tilings, soli)
f If j-;
Suh'd'ay here with his pareMs. ' L. A. Urowu,
i(Qwn turn vista'W)f yy. w give jsh.
.Giiavlesa)onios8wf Mnrshafi sfc'ontvdiice. Ao if fntf.
SloanV Liniment is n splendid remedy for backache, stiff
joints, rheumatism, neuralgia and sciatica. Ion don't need to
rub it in just laid on lightly it gives comfort and ease at once.
Beit for Pain and Stiffness
Mb. Gro. Uiciiana:,." Welch, (jkla., miiest 'I have used yourLIn.
Itnent for tl.ejiabtt.-u jeuis for fain talucit and tlffnrsand luidittlielxrst
IJnlmciit 1 ever in.d. 1 icvuiiinic.id h to anyone for puht of any kind."
is good for sprains, strains, bruises, cramp or soreness of the
muscles, and all affections of the throat and chest.
Cot Entire Relief
R. D. lIuuioYNK, of Majhville. Ky., KR. I, Bo
5, wtltcs: "I had Kcvtro julii bctwicn my lioul
dets; I got a Ix.ttlo of )imr lJiiImem and had entire
relief at the fifth application."
Relieved Severe Pain In Shoulders
Ma. 1. U.Ntir.kWoon. of sooo Warren Ave
Chicago, 111,, Miitcsj ' I am a piano polisher
by occupation, nnd elnce l.ut Sepleinber havo
Vsuffvrvtl will, ntvere pain In both shoulders.
I muld not rest night or day. One of my
f.icruia rom me anout your uniment.
Tlaeo applications completely cured
and I will never be without it."
Prise 2 Jo.. fiOe., aad $1.00
at AU Doalert.
Sat forSkui' freo book on hone.
Jr. Earl S. Sloan
U' . Boston, M ass.