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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1013.
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A regular old fashioned country
dnnco was held at the city hall Tues
day night. The Messrs. Plutt of near
Longwood furnlghcd tho music and
tho following from the country at
tended: Sir. Will Smith, sons, Hoy,
Andrew and James and daughter,
Myrtle, Wm. Marshall and daughter,
Theoln, Lester Marshall and wife,
Misses Ada and Cecil Griffith, Jim
b'ears, Mr. Fllnnda Fluley, sou, Jim,
nnd daughter, Annie, IJun Alfrey and
Mater, Lois and Miss l'earl Hnzelmyre
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams, Miss
Laura Lee Vnughaii and Mr. Leu Mc
Mnlmn cnino down from Xapton on it
Miss Lois Cllnc returned to her
homo In Oklahoma Wednesday aft
ernoon having made an extended
visit with her grandfather, J. M.
linker and her aunt, Mrs. Lester
Woodsmall of .Marshall.
J. 11. C. Sandldgo of Dlackwater,
was up two afternoons this week,
Mrs. II. K. Stnplos of tho country
near hero was shopping In town,
Mrs. Will Louderhack wan trading
in town and visiting our school Thurn
The concert which was given by
the faculty of Missouri Valley College
school or niuslo at tho city hall, Thurs
day evening, was well attended and
was a success In everyway. Tho se
lections given were Indeed a treat,
nnd any lover of good music Is fort
unate when ho has the chanco to hear
Mr. Walter Shottso and Misses Poa
cblo Griffith, Elhlyno Johnson, and
Robbie Marr of Rldgo Prairie attend
ed tho musical hero Thursday even
ing. Mr. Jack Thorp nnd daughter, Miss
I.flla and their guest, Miss Mary Thorp
of Xnpton, also attended the musical.
Rev. Lovoll was to havo preached
at the Christian church Sunday morn
ing nnd ovonlng, but on account of
sicklies he was tumble to come. We
aro very glad to say that ho ban kind
ly consented to preach one Sunday In
each month until bis congregation
can secure a good pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Gllcsplo came
In from their country homo nnd visit
ed with J. A. Harvory and wlfo Sun-
Mrs. W. B. Hooper entertained a
large number of guests last Friday
In honor of her husband. All report
a most enjoyable day. v
Mr. Walton Smith of tho country
near here, who has been attending
school In Fayette this winder, bad his
knee badly hurt In a game of football
lie came homo last week and Is now
:.i Knnsns City having the Injured
member treated. We sincerely hope
he may soon be able to return to, his
Miss Edna Fowler Who has been
visiting W. 11. lllgglnbottham and
family has returned to her homo in
Mr. Lewis Richardson has retitrn
td to his home in Roclitnnd, Mo.,
nRer n visit with his sons,- Messrs.
Don and Hugh Richardson,
Mls Ruth Williams spent Sunday
the guest of Miss Margery Flnley,
Mr, and Mrs. John Znhrlngcr of
Pilot Orovo enmo up Saturday after
noon, and visited until Sunday aft
ernoon with the Intter's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. T. White.
Mr. James Davis who has been a
wny for solno time having bis eye
trentcd, has returned.
Dr. and Mrs. M. O. McAllister spent
Sunday afternoon In the country
Tin Dorothy Reeves company,
which hits been showing In Arrow
Rock, came over Monday. Part of
them took the train for other points
but one gentleman and bis wife re
mained. Wo understand thnt they In
tend attempting to get up n homo ta
lent piny in our town.
Miss Clara White entertained tho
following gucsls nt dinner Sunday:
Misses I'enrl Layer and Zola, two of
Marshall's telephone girls, nnd Mlscs
Misses Christine Xelson, llelle Rlun
(Marr and Elolso Flanders.
I Tho following were In from the
'country Monday: Messrs Kit Flnley,
Claronco Parks, litis Philips, D. H,
McLaughlin, John Kocnlg, E. P. nnd
! W. T. Rbondes nnd Mesdnmes Knle
I Holder nnd Elmer Hooper.
, mai.ta rend
Mrs. A. S. VnnAngleii returned
homo Inst Frldny afternoon spending
evernl weeks with her sister, who has
been sick In Nebraska.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rozoll wero dinner
guestH of Mr. nnd Mrs. Snm Tahiti
Mrs. Waller Limbeck nnd Mrs. Mnr-
vn Bryan were shopping In the coun
ty sent last 1 hursduy.
Mr. Floyd Cox, wife and children
of Lee's Summit enmu to Malta Hem',
lust Tuesday to attend the funeral e
JlrB. Dr Cox.
Deiwll Dnrknrd was transacting
business in Mnrshall Inst Wednesday.
Mr. Wade Little, wife and daugh
ter, wero transacting business in Mnr
shall last Thursday.
Tho reninlns of Mrs. Dr. Cox of
Murry City, Ohio., who died at tin
hospital at Columbln, Ohio, Wern
brought to Malta Rend fdr burial last
Miss Edith Levey, after spending t
week with Miss Lydla Cox returned
o her home Inst Wednesday evening.
Mr. 13, U, Quthrcy wns transacting
busJucss in Oram! Pass Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Shnfer were
among thoso thnt were shopping In
Mrs. Everett Fulton wns shopping
In Marshall Saturday.
Prof. Hastings and Stephen Frnzee.
Ir , wero guest of his sister at Grand
Misses "Vivian Mltchencr nnd Dor
Mi) Houston came down from Lcxltw
ton in an nuto and spent Sunday with
Mr. Sherman Houston was transact
ing business In Marshall Salurdny.
Mrs. Suslo Sebuajlnn, nftor visiting
relatives nnd friends nl Nelson for
three wcekB returned to Mnltn Rend
Inst Frldny evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts of Lexington
came down last Sundny morning nnd
were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ash
Dr. Cox, daughter and sister he
turned to their home In Murray City,
Ohio. Monday morning, accompanied
by Dr. Coxo's mother, Mrs. LydJn Cox,
who will make them nit extended
Clnpdo Iloldon has been very sick,
hut Is slowly Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott spent Fr.
day nnd Saturday with Mr. and Mrs
J. M. Dennis nnd rnmlly.
Miss Hannah Kurtz spent Sattir
day with Miss Mattle Dennis.
Rev. Powers filled his regular tip
polntment Sunday nt 111 no Lick.
W. II. Wilson returned Inst wee
from Norway,-Knnsns, where h
visited Qulncy Rlosser's family un
found them doing nicely.
Messrs. Slnwoo'd Brown and Wil-
lard Hall iJre in Slater Thursday
Mrs. Sarah West was guest the
post week of her daughter, Mrs. R.
Miss Marl Odell and brother Letch
er, attended the funeral of Ralph
Shcmwell In Arrow Rock Wednesday.
Harry Dickson of near Arrow Rock
Is working for C. E. Brown.
-Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. West were
guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs.
John nnd Willurd Hall were In
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Piper of Sla
ter arc guests of tho latter's parents,!
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown.
Severn! from hero attended the
dance nt Robert Cowan's Thursday,
Charley Piper was guest Thursday
night of Arnold Brown.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Webb and
daughter, Minn Rosa, were Miosis
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
The following from hero wero In
Slater Saturday: Mr. R. M. Brown
nnd daughter tUillc, Mr. A. J. West.
Mr. L. A. Brown nnd daughter
Felice, Mrs. C. 15. Brown and Mlsse.
Mary and Julia Odell, Mcs-in. Wit
lard nnd Wilton Hull, Edgar nnd
Fr.tr. k Allen.
Mr. Ray Dickson wns In this
vicinity Satur'Jtiy rltcrnoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wcs. nnd
daughters nnd Dolln Odell were
gtiiMs Sunday of Mr. Harry Hudson
MIkb Ethel Ellis and Mr. Fount
Dysnrt were In this vicinity Sunday
Llnwooii Riown was culling on
friends south of Arrow Rock Sntnr
Hutry Townsend wnj guest Sun
day of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J3. Brown.
Cl'nrley Spencer, Cl-ironco Houchln
and Charley Brown were r?en driving
oMli Sunday nfternoon.
Rev. Prlco of Xnpton will preach
nt Hardeman the night or February
kana by Sam Reynolds, and ho and
Julia were married at tho Christian
parsonage Wednesday afternoon.
They left for their homo near Pres
cott, where the groom recently pur
chased a farm. Their many friends
extend best wishes for n long and
happy married life.
Mrs. Morris of Lamtne Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. P. 8. Reynolds
Miss Lorene Piper spent Snturdny
and Sunday with Mrs. Earl Martin
at Arrow Rock.
Mr, and Mrs. James Dnvldson, who
have been visiting relatives here,
went to Ollllnm Tuesday to visit
their son, Dr. J. II. Davidson, nnd
Arthur Dickson hauled corn to
Xapton Inst week.
Frank Piper nnd Jewell Howell
nttended the ball In Nelson Tuesday
Dr. LawIesB wns called to sec Mrs.
Morris and Richard Reynolds, who
have the grip.
Charley PIpor spent Thursdny
night with Arnold Browne of Clay
Vlnccl Emhroy and family spent
Sunday at Jim Webb's.
Rev. Loonnrd nnd son were guests
of Wm. Gtunbrell and wife Sunday.
Mrs, Henry Cnton nnd children
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jonnle
Phlll Reynolds returned home
Irom seovral days' visit In Arkansas
John Dlorklng of Sweet Springs
spent a few dnyH with his daughter.
Mrs. 'Ernest Odell, last week.
Mrs. Zimmerman, who has been
real sick, Is some better nt present.
There will be preaching hero the
night or the fourth Sunday of this
took chnrge or the meat market hero
Mr. Price Lee bought a fine maro
from June Smith one day this week.
H. C. Duncan was transacting
business in Glasgow Tuesdny.
Tho W. C. T. U. will give nn en
tertnlnment Tuesdny at Methodist
Mrs. fro left Wednesday for nn
extended visit with rrlends nnd rela
tives In St. Louis.
Dederk Censor returned to his
work In Kansas City Friday.
The M. E. church closed a very
successful meeting Tuesday night.
Rev. R. F. Campbell was tho officiat
ing evangelist and Miss Lewis his
soloist. Brother Cniupbell Is n fine
preacher nnd his discourse was so
plain that a child could understand.
Miss Lewis' singing was a treat to
all. There were .1 I converts.
Dr. McGulro was called Thursday
nfternoon to see Turner Embrey. He
Phlll Reynolds nnd Miss Julia
Morris left Tuesday morning for
Arknnsns. They were met ut IVxt-
M. B. Hawkins of Kansas City
was In our city Friday.
Miss Mary Xorvoll, who Is u
stenographer In Kiiiihiih City, wns
visiting home folks n few days this
M. Smith Is the guest of his koii
In St. Louis for n few days.
I Mrs. J. R. Allshlro and two chil
dren of Kansas City are visiting J.
C. Powell and family this week.
' Mchin Censor, who Is working In
Slater, wns In Gilliam n short lime
J. E. Hawkins made n buslne
r'.i to Kiincas City Saturday. He
Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Brown and dau
ghter, Miss Flllce were trading in
Mr. Arnold Brown wns tho guest of
his cousin Charlie Brown Saturday
Mrs. Oliver Xeff and daughter,
Miss Julia, wer shopping In Sinter
Messrs Jesse Field and Louis Cow
an hnvu been hauling corn to Slater
the past week.
A crowd or young folks gathared at
the home of J. R. Cownti, Thursday
evening for the purpose of having a
good time. Tho enjoyment of the
evening wns dancing. About 12 o'
clock ham sandwiches, pickles, coffee
nnd pie wns served. Everybody left
wishing that they would have the op
pertunlty of spending nilothcr even
ing as happily.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Bnillcy, daugh
ter. Bnrba and son, Henry, spent Sun
day In the Hnrdcmnn neighborhood.
LaCrosse Lumber Co.
Aching Kid Ineys Cured in Marshall
" Everu Picture
Tells a Story. "
If Your ack Aches and Your Kidneys are Weak
Get the Kidney Remedy That Has Been Proved
GOOD Again and Again Right Here in Marshall.
Marshall People Tell It:
W, HOYD STREET
Are YOUR Kidneys Weak?
HOW TO TELL First rqnd the testimony nnd lenrn what
Donn's Kidney PJllu havo done for others.
Then ir your back riphos, It sharp piilus strike, you when stop
ing or lifting; if yoii arc lamo In tho inornlng, tiro too enslly; ir
you have dizzy spoils nid are nervous, despondent" and Inclined to
worry over tririesj ir tho kidney secrotlons nro highly co'lored nnd
full or sediment, ir passages are too frequent, scanty, painful, pr,.
BcnldltigrirrB likely that' your kidneys need quick attention.
Tako a, sample of tho ni l no nnd :let t stand (or-24 hours, 'i If
a sandy, brl,ck-'dust llko sediment' Hcltlesto, bottom. of tho recepta
clo, there Is' evidence enough Jo suspect the kidneys. .
J. M. Llndeey, S.Vj W. Boyd St.,
Marshall Mo., says: "For two year1
I was bothered off and on by kidney
nnd bladder complaint. At times I
could not do any work nnd my bnek
nclied nnd was sore and wenk. The
kidney action wns Irregular and some
times the secretions were profuse
Then iit;uln scant. Ilonn's Kidney
Pills went to the seat of my trouble
nnd liinile my back and kidneys
V. NORTH STREET
r.uwurd Potter, harness mnker. W7
North St.. Mnrshall, Mo says Mr.
PoMr hold n good opinion of Bonn's
Kidney pills nnd give them a strong
endorsement. I had kidney and bind
dep rninplnlnt which bothered mo
greatly. After using D'lan's Kidney
Pills a short time, tho trouble wns
W. MOKf.'A.Y STREET
.Mrs. C. P. Storundt, -tor. W. Mor
gan St., Mnrshiill, Mo stiys: M wns
greatly troubled by pain In my back
nnd kidneys nnd there wns n heavy,
bearlnu-doWn feline across my loins.
1 llnnlly concluded that the trouble
ennm from my kidney, as tho kldnoy
i.tcretlons also bothered mo. When
I saw Drian's Kidney Pills advertised
I 'got n box nt Franklin's Drug Store.
The first few doses helped me and
before 1 had tlnlshed the contents,
tho bnckncho nnd pnltts were gone.
I gave Donn's Kidney Pills to uno
ther member of my family who whb
uffllcted vWUh kidney trouble nnd
they brought n cure." . t
S. LAFAYETTE STREET
Mrs, J. P. Penibertoti, 770 S. La
layette St., Mnrshnll, Mo., says: "For
years I suffered with what the doc
tors said was Brlght's disease. They
sold there was no cure for me. I
felt terribly bud and kept getting
weaker and weaker until I had to go
to lied, I grew thin nnd nil nt once
bcfcnn to bloat. My face was even
jswuUen. I suffered from terrible
headaehes and the kidney secretions
wereretnrded. I had trouble with
heart also. At Just 1 got to that
point where I took no further Inter
est In life mid wished that the end
mMit come. Seeing Donn's Kidney
Pills advertised, I at last decided to
innke one more effort to do some
thing for myself, l sent to Franklin's
Drug Store and got a supply. I be
gan to Improve nt onro ami my kid
reys nctcd more ireely until they be
came normal and carried off the
lolson from my system. I Im
proved rapidly and nftor I had taken
contents of twelve boxes, I was well.
The cure has ben permanent nnd I
praise Bonn's Kidney Pills as highly
ns ever, 1 hnvo told many people of
this reliable kidney medicine."
S. LAFAYETTE STREET
W. JACKSON STREET
H. D. Scott, engiileer, aoy s. La
inyeito St., Marshall, Mo., says: "I
was bothered for several years by
kidney and bladder complaint. Tho
secretions were to free In pnssage
and piy back nehed. i had a drugg
ing pain that weakened mo and )
could not stoop without, the greatest
ofrort. When 1 heard or Dean's Kid
noy Pills, I used them and wns cured."
Dean Smith, OS W. Jackson St.,
Marshall. Mo., suys "I had a great
deal of trouble from ti weak mid nch
i:ig back nut I could not get out o
bed. The aches were painful and I
thought en m n from disordered kid
neys Finally 1 used Bonn's Kidney
Pills. The first box helped me an I
I continued taking them. After I
had tlnlshed three boxes. I was re
lieved. Donn's Kidney Pills were
procured at Franklin's Drug Store
and hnvo my hearty endorsement."
W. WASHINGTON STREET
.Miss Ethel Bently, fiSTi W. Wash
lugton St., Mnrshall, Mo., says: "I
wns taken III and thought I would
never recover. My sight was affect
ed. 1 also had a heavy pain In the
small of my back nnd sides nnd my
back was weak and sore. I lojt flesh
uud flet run down. In fact, was prac
tically helpless, During nil the time
I was doctoring with three physi
cians hut they did me no good nnd
eald there was no help for me. Fin
ally my folks heard of Donn's Kid
ney Pills and 1 commenced using
them little thinking however, that
they would help me. I wob agreeably
surprised when the first box streng
thened my back and drovo uway tho
pain. I soon commenced to get strong
and the pains gradually left. My np-
pete Improved nnd I was nbl? to get
around again with ease. Donn's Kid
ney Pills finally cured me. Since,
then, I have done much work..l can
snfetly sny that Donn's Kidney Pills
saved my life and I cannot pralso
them too strongly."
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