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Student or rtirlMlitu Collet IMedt;
$:t,W)3 l'olloIii Donation of
Mr. Ij. Ij I'iiUit.
-Canton, Mo., Feb. 7. in a two-duy
demonstration the students of Chris
tian university of Canton have been
giving vunt to their delight over the
recent Rift of Mrs. I,. L. Culver of St.
Louis to the endowment fund of the
The pill consists of 100 shares of
Block whoso iar value is $100,000.
bearing rr dividend of 8 per cent.
The celebration began with a bon
lire on the campus and cloned this af
teruoon with n parade.
In n mass meellnj? today the stud
cuts pledged themselves to give $r00
toward a fund of $35,000, the remain
cler to be rained In Lewis county by
the trustees, this fund to be used to
endow n ehnlr of modem languages
ns n memorial to Dr. Johnnn, tho pre
Of this mi in $3,100 was rnlod Im
mediately In $100 pledges by the
students. Most of tho money was
given by studontn working their way
The recent gift of Mrs. Culver
makes her third to Christian tinlvcr
Mty. About n year ago site gave
$fiS,000. about the sme time that It.
H. Stockton, president of the Mnjestle
Hang company, gave $75,000.
A short time Inter she ave $10,000
more, making her endowmonts to the
university as large ns Mr. Stockton's
From these two donations a Inrxe
building was constructed.
The gift of $100,000 by Mrs. Cul
ver Is for maintenance purposes, nnd
will provide JS.000 annually. Two
buildings named on the . university
campus nre named for her. Th"'
are Culver Hall nnd Culver Gymna
nrit cnr.n.vs dkm.wd
"j "WluTC'K CAt.SK DKTKItMIXKD
Met I'ebiitiiit it. The Mnnr titttl
Aldciiiiaii All Piefcnt. . .Miici
JSu-luc-v. Ti unsifted.
, !.'!( tit -r I'Jiitl llioken l'hnie
ekpndhlc tor (t"le Camp
IWlyV'ojuTdTed Wit?-- AT MTtMj.il)
It Ideii l'ui iiU.ln'mF (
TliJ5rVHrefevv 1 funis wlrtch apperiT
In thtmpniior mor lrrnoTltrfit t
Marshall uemde thuiithit statement
publh-hed Mow. In the Ilrst pine,
Is Is from a eltlfcil oT Marshall and
run be thoroughly rellrd upon. In
11... ..!.... If (.IIuiikImUu
vryy) tlffct mwi Kidney IMIla jo, ( fwa a( ,.,
unir "orK iiioroiiRMi; mm mn
temporarily. Head this cnrefullyj
j..IUndsoy. .."ill .AV, -Tl'oyd -St.,
Street comiiilssloner I Ilea estimates
of the cost of constructing sewers In
sub-district no Six of sewer district
No. Two, In the City of Marshall as
lollows: - -1,7.15 lineal feet of sis
Inch sewer at 54 cents, $2,550.00;
a, 180 lineal feet of eight inch sewer
at 73 cents, $1,502.05; 2,251 lineal
feet or ten Inch sewer at 91.(0. $3,
152.38; 20 manholes average depth
'.Vi t $53.2, $1,072.10; I drop
manholes, average depth 10 feet,
at $80.02, $310. IS; 10 flush tanks,
average depth 7 feet at $88, $880.00!
4 00 lineal feet, six Inch connections
nt 20 cents, $02.00. Total estimate
$0,002.21. Oscar Day's bid was ?!,
11.02. A .lalck's Co. bid was $8,
.155.50. Contract nwnrded to A,
.(nick's Co. Ordered that Ocnr
Day's $100 check be returned.
Ordinance HO establishing the
width of the roadway of Kngllsh Ave.
from the north line of Arrow street
the south line of North street, pns c 1
On motion K. D. Thompson nllowt d
$5o. oo for work on cutting strainer,
Itss $7.50 for coal.
Maor Instructed to confer wit
ltessolutlon on KtiiHsh Ave. fmn,
Arrow to North strout pMd.
Affidavit (lied, resolution to pine
North Kngllsh Ave from North sunt
to C. As A.
Speclflmttlons ou Ifaclfsh Ave" from
Arrow to North slrcflt flld.
Ordinance no. 1 50 extending th
time of gmdtnr nnd pnvlnir Fuitumt
street, from the wst lln of LaUiv
ette Axe to ti point 3Ro feet west j
the wpsi line of Kllswortu Ave., pn
-d S ye. " ' ' ''
I'etltlon to vacate alley between n I
V. .lohuston snd .Iske I'lshcr oi
Ordinance VM to vacate the
Icy between the homes of O. V. John'
"ton and .lake Fisher, pMid s yes
Kslerles ami account allowed
Adjourned to meot Febntsry I
Ordinance 152 tlinltng that in. ',
mottstnince or protest lwn
with the elty clerk tvsuliiM pav!.:
Setlalla, .Mo., Feb. 7. The Mis
souri Hoard of Kallroad commls-doii-ers
today Inspected the Warsaw bran
ch lit tho Missouri 1'nciflc at the point
near Cole Camp where Knglneer
Joseph C. Alttnlller and Condtftar
I'ntrlck Citrran were killed In a
The commissioners, with Suporln-
tendent Alexntider and Division Hit-
giueer A. P. Morrison, made n thoi
ough Inspection. They decided tho
accident was caused by the breaking
of tt flnttge of n freight car.
IIOL'SL IN SCS.S10N TODAY
Itlchard Homo Jr., who Is n law
student of Washington university wns
In Marshall for a brief visit to his
home here. He was enroute to Chn
Dij.n (liiin Another Victory In Atl
Value of Injunction
JeD. rsou City, Mo., Feb. Th
house adjourned niter u long day to
nicet tomorrow at 10 o'clock when
for tho first time a Saturday session
will be held.
An echo of the dry victory or yes
terday cumo when Moore of liarton
sent to engrossment his bill providing
for liijuncjlon proceedings to prevent
the shipment nnd storage or liquor in
Several amendments wore suggest
ed Including one by Wolfe of Jasper
granting tho accused n trial by Jury.
but nil were defeated.
Jerome Fubunk or Kansas City is
spending n few dnys at the 'country
home of his brother, K. L. Fubnnk,
Our 98 Cent Window!
and then step in and examine other tremen
FAR . BELOW : COST !
that will open your eyes. We MUST dispose,
of what is left of our winter stock in order to
give place for the Immense Line of Spring
Goods we have ordered.
MISS MABEL SMITH.
land Farming Implements
Marshul.1, Mo., . iwys,;.".For ..tv
ychiWl was bothered off nnd-on by
kliiuiy and bladder complaint
time I (jnuld.'linl do any
inyttibacU iichM and was sore and
wttnK. THe Uliiney iftion wns -jr
ot West North street to a line twt
south Irntk c the C'Mt lc
te.. s ' 1" VI.. J.J ' ...
roi'lnr and HomtitlmQh lie soorvtloi
were profuse then again 'scant. Tl
b reller I ever received was
Iront the use or Dean's Kidney
IMlj! They wont tb the seat of my
trouble and made niy hauk'aud kid
ne.x'K strong. This remedy has my
hert,v t'nilpremeiit.,, "
ICor sale by nil dealers, . Prlco 50
RHiliottd rotni'Al'.jf. jmiM yes,
OnlluHnce 1.. to re-sun.ue at. 1
pae IhigllHlr. Avefrom h line two
feet south tjriticviTiorth Hue ot i
Nr)rlhrAtre4tjto ntf' two fel.sonti
oj the sontlfi irtHJofpthe south Intel
(it the UhlenVo ' Alton. pned 8 yet
ct ntR. Fostor-.Mllliiiru CO.', .liuriaio,
NcYork, sole agenlH tor tho Pulled
ifeinember the name Doan'H
titidjlnko no other.
ssourl Is to have an omclnl nag
n bllli pro'IdITrjni(rrelor having lieei,
iLtrPdurejl. The bill 'provides th'it
thngtalo l-mblent shall he rectangular
tindltnensuro 7x10 feel. Jt Is tr con-
tulutred, Svhlte and blue strlpe. in
tho tamtof of the Ilr.g It Is proposed
to Jinve i hand of blue In th orm
or uVclrcle encloj-ltig the coat or
No Need to Stop Work.
f ybi;t- the .doctor -orrtors u to
Mop WorU It sluggers you. I can t.
u 1 t
iott isay. .You know you uro wentt.
run down Ttnd fnlllng In health dn
by day, but on must Work as long
as,, yon cait"tund, Wlint you uctd Is
i:!ectrlc Hitters to give tone,
strength and vicor. to your, system,
t(Ji'pre'ri't lyeak jlown nu,d build u.
'till, nlmtt'be. weak, Blrhly "nr ailing
Hien loiecTrfc Dlttors fCvlll bohellt
Lions them for their glorious health
and strength. Try them. Kvory
bottle Is guaranteed to Btitlsfy. Only
30p at P. II. Frinklln's.
a r uis 1
Klng'H New HWi ineiy
KocRlieHilnntMleil throat and lungs,
elopsvchionlc and hacking coitgn, re
plug IhroST, tables nice.
once Msfd, always.
usedZ Iltii' it nt P. H. Frauklln'S'
Miumf Mrs II. 11. Ilo!?u n or
KniiHjVj City, were here n row, days
thls'ekjto see the latter's sister,
MlsslrWIIwmeth lloyar, who has-been
sick. MUM Iks Uo.var Is better and her
vlHltor huvo returned to their homo
g .J ..
Prosecuting Attornoy W. II, Mes
chedvent to tho country Thursday
to vlJ hip nged ntothor. who la In
her uHHal lealth.
Cligjalgo & Alton
r tho "ALTON" fo&J cent
null I iff
Mrs. H. H. Downing is lmprovlne
tind convalescing; slowly from her re
cent spsll or grll
od to her home.
hoping that she
but Is still comfln
Mr. Downing Is
iwill bo well eiinug'
to o lo Kansas City next wcn to sc
13. II. Sothern tnd Julia Mar.lowe
.yJio-ivilUbuseea at tho Shubert In
f.p)ijyof Rhnke!)t4iren' three centurb'.
I will sell at public auction at the Roe iarml4 mile easbof-MuLeonard?,
issouri, on . - .
Thursday, February 20, 1913
The following described" propety, to-wit:
tn Safely Itiiy
to tho little on
Dr. KIiir's Now Discovery and Kivo It
s when nlllnz and
Bufferlnp with colds, coughs, throat
or lutiK troubles,
bs, once usud, i
"Dr. KIur's New
opr boy from a
to the picture
ways helps, tiny
tastes nice, harm-
Iways used. Mrs.
Nlasra, Mo., writes;
mlo week Blck hoy
9f hfiilltJlJI Mr,
It at P. H.. Frank-
2fbrjawn aje mulca, l 3-4 hands, 4 years old this
1 gray marc mule, 15 .3-4 hands, .4 year old. -Tbrown
mare mule 15J4 hands, 6i years old.
1 brown mare mule 16 hands, 10 years old. j
2 buckskin mules, horse and mare, 16 hands, 5 and
6 vears old. 1
1 buckskin horse mule, 16 Kands, 5 years old. -
1 buckskin horse mule, 16 hands, 9 yeant old.
2 blue horse mules, 1 6 hands, 6 years old.
1 blue horse mule, 16 hands, 6 years old.
1 brown horse mule, 16 hands, 7 years old.
1 brown horse mule, 16 handB, 9 yp,ai9d.-.'
1 bay mule, 16 hatfda,6 years, olL"
1 bay mule, 16 hands, 8 years old.
1 bay mule, 15 3-4 hands, T years old.
1 brown mule, 15 3-4 hands, 3 years old.
1 bay mare mule, 2 years old this spring.
1 gray horse mule, 1 year old this spring.
4 yearling" steeraft
l, .it icJ7 .fawarj
k ncucr cairy
4MT iot sold brforedy.
old, a . good
James stivers w
at Slater' tlils week.
pent several days
A. H. James wlont , to St. Lotils
Thursday ou leRiii business,
Are You n iht KiifferccV
the Atfght o
S THKONLY WAY"
C HAWTHORN15, Agent, Mar
Hest Cotifjli, C(dil, Throat mid
fmnde. Monoy re-
to cure you. Do
Iko It at our risk.
j. n. yoJla,
, writes: "Dr
cry cured my ter
rible couch nnd cold, I galnod 1C
povndrt"i0Ruyi JG njQO IrrriuJ
1 bay horse 16 hands high, 5 years
single driver, automobile broke.
..1. bay horse, 16 hands high, '7 years old.
1 bay horse, 16jtf hands high, 12 years old.
1 blue horse. 16 hands high, 5 years old.
1 gray mare, 14 years old, irj foal by jack, an extra
good brood mare.
5 16-inch wa
2 3-scciUn hi
3 disc hatiftWi
1 2-row sfctriki
o o z ?j
. 2 ate
ihe cjfn dri
-wneei sweeto rasces.
ingue truck. Used
12 sets dout
1 set double buggy harness.
1 Latt woven wire stretcher.
1 weed bar, with 2 sickles, for McCormick mower
1 galvanized steel incubator.
1 wagon box broadcast seeder
' 2 gasoline pumping engines.
A lot of double treed and single trees.
SALE WILL BEGIN 10 O'CLOCK SHARP
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