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PA OK FOTTR.
MA Rail ALL REPUBLICAN
FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1914.
Kelley-Vawter's South Bend Watch
Club Will Soon Be Completed
Act While There
flufffn-Hrldga mode! of latcl nsln.
VifM-Ocnulne nlchrl not brim nickel
Pitied a In many tnnkM-lnvirlnir nn nrn
iranlon and oonlraollon lit clmnccn of
Jvrtlrn- Hefrclol ruby ami !m'lilrn JewoN
throughout -art) harrier and not Mfitji In
nlilli or brrnk in Iho samel Jewel Kcncrallr
Ktenvtmml DouMc roller -Dili tm-rotne
all danger of over hanklnr which ttuutd atop
SUel AVrn;i H foil.
Harder thnn tho bras
Urn mi -Prolecti jou agalnu accidental
inorln of (he hand.
!'tMnr-A patent mlprom?lcr nut and
icrsw-nndnniicrof hftrklnth. a?
IMantt trAt-(;oniienMllnir atilninatlcaP 'A
ly ndjuati luelf tu ctunnca In temperature. .1
Jtntr t-fnj7 tlrnupt- the tery let mde.
1tfMnfj,Tmirratiirr loclirnnltn and a
three portion.. Very chm'ly ruled under H
-n.u mm w, inCRB ail j U9I mem.
Our Profit - Shm ing
Club is n rousing suc
cess. It is rapidly filling
U And those who dc
8 siro to lict this high
R frrndc South Bend
f Watch upon our libcr
'4 nl Club terms will
m have to net quick
I For when this club
4 is completed this effer
a will be withdrawn.
4 We could not afford
jjj to sell this watch on
8 the rcRUlar installment
j plan nt the price we
offer it to you on our
co-operative Club plan.
B Come in to-day and
fi examine the watches
we offer "you on these
'A ,."' Vcrr highly nnd beautifully llnUhrd
1 .MiuuMiiuui. uuou iciicrinir,
$1.00 Per Wook.
j Wear the Watch
While You Pay
', Kelley - Vawter
KANSAS CITY Slock 'Yards, Mny
SR. Steer trndo began to hIiow moru
activity IrtNt Wednesday, mid n purl
of tin! curly losses of thu week wero
retained In tliu Inst duys. Butcher
grudus participated, but Hlockuru uud,
Coders dragged to llio elosu, and
Mulshed wouk to u Quarter lower. A
feature nt tliu yardu Inut wcuk wits
tliu annual vIkII on Tuutidny, of mum
biro of tln nijnlor cinss of thu'Dupart
mcnt of Animal HiiHlmndry, or tho
Kuusau Statu Agricultural College.
Receipts today aru only 0,000 head,
nnd buurgrndes arc utrotig to 10 high
er, yearling utuuru nnd heifers 10 to
Itj higher. Soiiiu mlddlu wulght
steers, 1,110 IIih. average, sold nt
f D.15 horo today. At a rucuul inuot
Ing of international I.lvo Stock Show
tlliccturu, It was decided to bur ulcers
II yearn old and over from competi
tion In car load classes. Tlila pub
llcly marks tho passing of tho big
weight unlmnla. Fed Colorndoti
Htopped at 8.t!0 today, mimo notch
In which tho bhiiio cattlu sold n wcuk
ugo. North Texas and Okluhoinu fed
Hteoro sold lu tho iiinrantliio iIIvIhIoii
hero today at $7.00 to $8. 110, Stockorti
and feeders aro Btrougor today. Foa
turca nro tho oxtrnordlnary domaiid
for IiIrIi class atockarn, and tho com
jjarntlvcly Hiunll numliur of that kind
coining, tho lattor u customary con
dition at th In tionson. Dent utockcra
toll up to S.i;n, fair to good 7.'jr. to
J7.70, rccdorn up. to S, prices nhout
llko a your iibo, Uok nowu wn benr
Irh toQny Illinois ulid Iowa uhlppern
colcbrntlng tho clouo of tho com
plantlnE lioaeon with a run of CO, 000
l ead ut Chicago. That was onough
to rumovo ail spring from tho market,,
and insert leaden weights Instead,
and sales horo wero largely 10 lowor,
receipts 9000, top 18.27, bulk sales
48.10 to $S.2b Locnl pricim aro only
conto under Chicago today, and
prlcus horo nro running comildornbly
nbovo up rivor points, although
wolghto ulnco tho first of tho year
nvcrago 20 Uiu. Ilghtor ier head
than at St. Joseph, nnd nn IIjb. lighter
than nt Omuhn. Heavy hogs, there
fore, soli exceptionally woll hero.
Sheep and lambs havo loBt tholr
liloom, particularly lambo, which aro
off 10 to 2D cents todayi best uprlngn
18.75. hoop nro holding up hotter,
clipped Texas owes at $0.3EG and
wcthoru at JG.70 today, weak to 10
lowor. aontu aro utoady, tiomo brush
era at f -1.40 today, closo to u record
price, and fat goats worth around
?4.li0. Ilocolpts nro 11,000 today.
mid contain no first class woolodColo-
rcdoa, which nro quotable around $0.
J. A. Ulchart, Alnrkot Corroapon
Mrs. IJort Price was nhopplng 1n
Mr, and Mrs. Woddla of Indiana
arrived Tuesday' and aro guesta of the
forraor'p, brother, Klljah Woddlo,
and family, This is thu 'firm tlmo
, 1. !. 1 1. I f '. 1 l-
,mu iwu urumuru nuvo met. in iwcn
,ty years. ,
Mrs, Corn Nolson of, Malta llond
iipent Tuesday night with Mrs. M, J.
McHdaincA I.ultt Tlptcn nnd Ida
Klmmell nrrlved Weduenday from
KniiBiiH City and nro vlnltlnc their
hi other, V. C. Mclluyiiuldii nnd fnml
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wllllamii wero
In MnrHhall Tuesday.
MIhh 1'unrl Itlley tipont iiuvcral
ilnyu this week with Mhm Illrdlo
TlioRinorlon In Wnvurly.
Henry Yowull wiih truiiHnctlni;
huHlunmt lu Marxliall Thttrsduy.
Hoy Davlen and ulsterii, Mluiiea
Ida nnd lltln, spent Suudny with
their mint neur Wnverly.
MrH. M, J, ICdwardn wiih Hhopplng
In Marshall Monday.
Tho IndloH of (ho llaptlut cliure
will plvu an leu cream supper In their
church yard ThurHday evening, May
8. All are cordially Invited,
Miss Leah Thornton organized her
music clacs Monday with nn enroll
ment of seventeen. After lcstiono
wero asslgnod, refresh men tu wero
Dr. L. h. Lnthcm of Lathom, Mo.,
visited Miss Ireno Houston tho latter
putt of tho woek.
Lrs. A. I' Ilrown nnd CI. A. Aiken
diovo In from 'Mnrshnli Tuesday with
new Kord runabout.
Misses Myrlo nnd Nndlno IlloKgcr
attended commencement nl llnptlnt
college, Lexington, InHt wcuk, nnd
from there went to Norway, Kansas
for n vIhU.
Mrs. Ashtmt Fulton Entertained
the Knncy Work Club Wednesday
Dr. J. It. Ilrown visited his sou lu
St. Louts, who in attending thu medi
cal college tlioro.
Ml brosi Ucnnlo I'ottor, Kdntt Mooro,
Abciinld Kutton ttpenl several dayu lu
tlo country with Mist Irene Houston.
Illlnoii brothern havo n now King
tar for their livery atable.
Mrs. W. II, Lunbeck nnd daughter,
Kthulyii, wero in Knnsnn City this
Mrtt. Chnu. Thomas of KuliI, Ukln.,
urrlvcd Krltlny evening for u two
weekn visit with relatives.
Mrs. J. It. Ilrown and son, Itlchard,
left Saturday for u weeks visit with
lirir (laughter, Mrs. 13. It. Llvcaay nt
C. O. nnd K. D. Walker motored to
Kiilallu Saturday, returning Sunday
Mm. W. H. Wnlker spent Saturday
and Suudny with her friend, MIhh
Lcnter lirynn has been iiilto III
MIiihch Nell Nuwton nnd
Whorion of Mnrshnli visited
In no Houston over Sunday.
Klmer, thu lilt lu mm of Mr.
Tobln In very III at this writing.
W. M. Ituzcll uud wlfu ypeiit Sun
day nt tho McCiiiio liomu lu Inde
pendence. W.ll. Hnuley'H bnby hns been real
nick, but Is now Improving.
Mr. It. C. Potter took MIiisch Nell
Newton uud Uess Whortou, Meters
Clay and 1'erey Houston to Lexing
ton Sunday lu IiIh Ovurlnnd ear. x
Miss Mluillo Harris and Mrs. J II.
Kordhnm were In Marshall Friday of
Mliis LIjzIo Wood, of Sednlln, is
visiting nor slater, Mrs. Charles Lcm
mou, nl this writing.
J. 11. Kordham inado a business
trip to Notson tho first of last woek.
From Our Exchanges
That Weak Back
wi:i:ici;.ni and hifnday i:ctm-
HIO.V TO KANSAS CI'I'V.
On May !lra, -ftli, Itlltli mill
.Tumi flth, 7lh, liith nnd lilht, tho
(lilnigo ii Alton It. It. will M'fl low
ralo tlckclN to KniihUH (,'lly ami ii
turn giKiil on nil tnilnn Hrtieiliiled to
htop nt nelllng htatlon, return un all
trnliiN leaving KunsnH City at or be-
fort) 10 MM) u. in., Monday following
dalo of sale nnd hilicilulcil to Mop nt
original helling Matlon, except "Tho
lliiiuiiior" (Trains u anil 10). 1'or
full parllculnrN apply to,
(dw) O. K. HAWTIIOHNK, Agent.
nov. C C. Cox filled' his appoint
ment Suvday. Mr. Cox and wifo
wore dinner guests or Mr. nnd Mm.
Fount Kleni. -
Mr. nnd Mrs. Snin Thomas of
IlnkerBflcId, Calif., who nro visiting
relatives and friends In tho county
3ttondod uorvlccH Sunday togothor
with Mr. and Mid Q. N. Merrll and
lion of 'Muruhall, and woro dluuur
guoatn of Mru. (1. V. Htintur.
Fenwlck llroii. huvo begun work on
tho reulduncn of Dan Carrol to bu
erected on his farm on tho Sodalla
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Cox nnd bnby
and Mlssco Dot Clark nnd Nunulu
Woodsmnll woro guesto Sunday nt
tho homo of J. F, Uulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs Ed. I'urcoll and fami
ly vlsltod lu this neighborhood Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John dogglna of
Sweet Sprlnga visited tho lutter'a sis
ter, Mru. W. D. Duck, luut wuuk,
Miss Maurlno Oauldln entertained
tho Uock Clulf Friday at her horaii
ono mllo south of stanhopo.
Mrs. N. W. Ilulloy left Thuradny
for n two weeka visit with relatives in
Mr, and Mrs. Yingllng of Lexing
ton spent Sunday with W. D. Lunbeck
W, II. Dakor loft Monday for Illy,
Chlldrau'H Day exercises will bo
hold at tho.M, 13. Church South, Sun-
uny nignt, May 3 1st.
. Mrs, W. M. Ilader vlaltod hor bIs
tor-ln-lay, Mrs, cfius. Yttncoy, a fow
days loBt week.
Ml&s ICttn Hill visited MIbs Leila
Wo hear the report that Charley
lleck who Uvea at Carroltou had cont
inued Hiilcidu. Thu report said that
ho cut his throat with a ra.or. Mr.
Deck has been In poor health for noinu
(lino and It Is thought was tho cause
of tho rash act.
Will (lalncii nnd family and Mlsu
NVIIo Duttincy and Mr. Hob Kliupcr
went to Cm teller Sunday to visit
Charley Winston and family.
Wurreu Donoho came through hero
from Washington CHy and upcnt five
duya with rclatlvcu mid friends. War
ten was on his wny to Texas whero
lio will Join tho army.
Mrs. 1'enrt WIIIIiiiiih and Miss May
Shnw Irom Sinter visited (I. L. Camp
bell und family Sunday.
T. W. Ayres lis Hick with rliounin-
Sunday School and preui'lilng nt
New Prospect was well attended
Ituv. T. V.. Ilriincr! thu iiastor. dellv
urcd ti very Interesting Kcrmoti.
Mrs. Aniilu Jackson who world) nt
tho Alton Hotel at Sinter Is visiting
relatives heru this week.
Julius Wolton and family ami liar
ry llumhtu uud family visited .1. W.
Vyres uud family Suudny.
Charley Naglu uud family spent
Sunday with T.It. Walker and family
W. W. Diitauey visited L. Dulauey
nn S family Suudny.
Mrn. II. Illackhiiru uud grnnd-dnugh-ter,
Mlirn Vulinii Chllrotte, or Miami
and Mru. Hubert (llliuur uud two
duuglilurH, '.MIhkch Llula nnd Kdnn,
wero guestit of Mm. .1. K. Luwli, Frl
day. Mm. Fnrinur Manley and dauglitur,
Mlim Nettle, wero driving In thu neigh
Mr Uninielt ItawllngH and wife
hnvu moved to tho Huston inrni.
Mr. Lou Wado or Arrow Hock spent
Hiintiay with his brother, Mr. Wal
ter Wadu uud family.
Quito a number from thin neigh
borhood nttonded thu blrthdity din-
ner at Mr. David Adams and fninlly
WOO I IKON
Mm. I'nul McAnlah or Sedulla. Is
vliilllug her purontH, CMr. C. W. (lor
rell uud ramlly, this week.
Mr. and Mra. J. J. Bcott nnd
daughter, MIbh Frances, woro nmoiig
tho Mnrshall visitors Thursday. They
wero met them by Mr. and Mro. Carl
Lacy, or llatca City.
Uov. W. M. Vardoinan with Mcssm.
Hupp and Ithoadeii of Marshall enjoy
od a nlco fish and camping tlmo ut
lllaekwuter thin wook.
Mr. C. C. Campbell, of Wooduon,
nnd Mrs. Irono Jolinnton, of Slater,
otolo a march on tholr many friends
In Woodcon Tuesday by driving to
Sedulla and getting married. Tho
brldo has mado ninny' ncquiilutnucos
In this community whllo vhdtlng hor
nlcco. Sho will mado a kind and
good holpmoot and tho groom ban
Hinny frleiula hero, and lu a prosnor-
ouii farmer. Woodson oxtendu iionriv
J. J. Scott, Jr. Hold a hunch or hogH
Thumduy nt n good jjrlco.
William Taylor o r Wannnniniti.r
vleltod D. M. Harris and ramlly Sun-
MIbb Dalfly Forhos visited
Uesulo Knott Sunday.
Edmond Allen who has been sick
for soma tlmo Is nblo to bo up again
we aro glud to say.
Miss Dora Harrln spent Thuruday
until Sunday with rolutlves In Sweet
Mra. Lulu Moneguli und rathor vis
Itcd Mr. and Mrs. I'etor Hnrtmnn on
C,....,-.. I .
.ro"i uoro uttundod tho
uuu follows uupper nt Dlackburn
Air. uud Mru. T. L. Hnrrlu nnd son,
Orvllle, uud Mr. uud Mr i f
ThomiiH or Sweet Sprlhgs Mr, riml'tyra
' "dhain.wuro Sunday gueatu or
ft. iiurna and ramlly.
Afru. Henry Monogall and baby.
Mrs, Waltor Harris and duughior
Uoborta. and Alias Hurtle Kut8 Velt:
od tho rormor'H naronta. Mr ,.,i .-
LowIb, near Alma Saturday und 8uu-
HKJ.S'AUS OF DISTIti:SS
Mnrhhull i'coplo Shoulil Kunu llo to
lten mill 1 1 ceil 'I hem.
Disordered kldnuyii glvo many idg
until or dltdrcHH.
Thu iiccrctlonii may bo dark, con
tain sediment. ....
rntiaugea aru nomutlinea rroiiieut,
llackaehu Is often present day mid
Ilcuduchi'u mid dizzy upella may oc
Wenkuned kldnoya uhoulil receive
It Ick help.
Don t (Map! lino a Npccliil kidney
iDuiiii'h Kidney IMIIh aro for weak
kldneya, baekaelio mid urinary ills
jwarsimii uvlduncu iiroves their
Aim.-j.-tu. Mltcliull.iiifffiT' Denton
Au., Maruhall, Mo wiya: "Threu
yearn ago I was u grcut sufferer from
Kinney eoinphilnt. had baeliaehu
and Bharp, Bhootlug pains through my
kidneyH and aides. I IJued Dunn's
Kidney IMIIbJ and was relieved. Thoro
baa not been nuy return uttuck worth
1'rlco r0c, at all doalers. Don't
Hlniply iiBk for n kidney remedy get
Dtiin'B Kidney I'llls tho iianiu that
'.Mm. Alltcholl had. Fostor-Milhurn
Co., Props.. Duffalo, X. y. Ailv.
IIL'UT IN ItUNAWAY
John L. Jones returned from St.
Loulii, Saturday, limping consider
ably as tliu result of an accident whllo
In thu city. Ho had gonu with n load
of entile, nnd had remained to visit
bin sister, Mm. Lou Philips. Whllo
walking with his sister it runaway
team with an oxpres wagon emtio
madly into tho crowd of which thoy
wero u pari Injuring many rather
berloutdy. 'Mr. Jones wits consldcr-
nbly hriilned but not enough bo, to
ncccnaltntu u Mult to tho hospital.
Ho hi very thankful Hint his Injuries!
were no worniv milium oionc.
KH'KI'.D HV ML'LI'J
Albert JohiiKou, who rcsldcii near
New Franfort, was thu victim of nn
uufortiiiiato iiecldent Friday when ho
was kicked In tho abdomen by n mule.
Wo nro glad to hear Hint no danger
ous Injuries hnvu developed und that
he Is Improving (lllllnm Ollbc.
MISS I.KLIA DAY
. .Mls Ijfllii Day, xlMer of II. I. Hay,
died Saturday morning lu San An
touln, Texas to which placo she had
Colin nearly three yearn ago with tho
hopu of regulnltig her health. MIbh
Muragart mi older Hlstor cared fur
loving uud tenderly its it mother.
x i : w h v pi : 1 1 1 x i i :n i hxt
At ii meeting of the Hoard or l'du-
cation hold Wednesday evening, I'rof.
Kdgar L. Jones, or WiirreiiBhurg wiih
elected tu thu Hiiperlntuudeiiey or thu
Mr. Jones Is u single man Ills
liomu lu at Witrrouidiurg, I lu holds
u Normal diploma mid it Statu certi
ficate, lie has had two yearn exper-
1 1 n en In iiehool work, onu ut Kings-
villi.. Mo., uud uuu year lu Oklahoma.
Tho high school iiHiihitmilB hnvu
not yet been ehoHoii. Miami News.
LOST I IXi: MAItll
Last Friday night whllu attempt
ing tu gut away from another muro,
who wau fighting her, it fine, Forost
King, four-year-old eheututit sorrul
u-.ure, hulonglug to E. L. Sptirgeou
and worth J'Jliu or anybody's money
Jumped over it picket feme and ran
it Idiot Into her brenbt.
Mr. Sptirgeou juiuimuuod thu best
vuterlnuluuu obtainable anil every
thing poBsibtu wan douu to huvo her
life, but Wednesday night alio died
This makes tho third valuable homo
Mr. Spurgeou bus lost ulnco thu Dml
of tho year. Sweet Springs Herald.
neeompftntcd by pain htro or thero exlrcmo ncrrouancsft
alepleaanca may be faint apfllta orapaama allaroalgnalsof
diatreaa for a woman. Sho may ba growing from girlhood Into
u-mnnhfvxl nnwilnrf f rnm womanhood tn mothflf hood or later
Buffering from that change. Into middlo II fo which lenvcil pomnn.
flic should take a tonic and ncrvlno prescribed for Juat auch carcn
by pbyatclon ot vaet experienco In tho diaeaaea of women.
tiax pueccwtrully treated moro cmci In pint forty years than any other known rrmedr. I
ran now bo bad In eugar-coalcd, tablet form no well tui In tho liquid. Hold by medlcla
dealer or trial liox by mall on receipt of PO cent In aUmps.
MIm EIIialtii Ixinlahl of nftkeler, CU In a recent letter to Dr. rieree aaMi I ewnpMety'
If anrone talkvl Ui mo. but I lid the irotxl fortune to meet unarm wboliMl been cured nrl)r. Ptwij'
ITetcriouen. 1 nave nerer had an occasion to eomun pnxicin iimi-troinraamii .n.,,-.
Br. Plcrca'a Meauuint relleU rejmlale .Mewiack.
Hrer ane1 i wl - awr-c l tlaiy irrmainl
At 10 o'clock Saturday morning,
Mny tho L'lld, thero was gathered lu
tho high uchool midllorlum, n fine
roprcflcnlnlloii or Sallnca young peo
ple who nro reaching out after thn
higher, belter things In life. It was
n notable gathering in that it wns tho
flml graduating eighth grndu exer
cises held In Iho county In which
tho rural nnd city schools combined.
Certificates ' of promotion wero
given to one hundred mid fifty or
more uud about slxty-rivu wero tu tuc
pupils or thu eighth grades 'it Mnr
Tho occasion was an Inspiring cno
and to those or our county and city
prexotit, It was evidence or tho In
creasing nnd abiding Interest of tln
banner county nnd its cnpltol In edit
County Superintendent Lynch pre
Bided, nnd during tho exorcises inu-to
a brief hut to tho point talk.
After it selection by tho high school
violin club, directed by 'Mr. Vawter.
Itov. W. II. Williams, pastor of the
First Dapllst church mado thu Invocation.
DEERING HARVESTING MACHINES
Are the world's standard. We have a complete stock of
Binders, Mowers, Twine, Repairs, etc. Also a good stock
or Millet, Cow Peas, Cane Seed and Grass Seeds, Alfalfa
Molasses Feed, Cotton Seed Cake, in ear lots and quanti
ties. Sec us before you buy.
LEONARD SEED CO., Marshall, Mo.
Keep llouel Movement IteKubir
Dr. Klng'u Now Liro Pills keop
tomnch, liver nnd kidneys In hoalthy
condition. Uld tho body of poisons
and waste Improve your complex
ion by finning tho liver uud kidneys.
"I got moro roller rrom ouo box of
Dr. Klng'H Now Life PIIIb than miyHhoo auditorium Tuesday evening,
"I uui u lover of your gudueud to
Immunity nnd science. Your medi
cine. Dr. Klng'u Now Discovery, cured
my cough or three yours Htuiidlug,"
nays Juiiulo Flamming, or Nuw Dover,
Ohio. Havo you an annoying cough?
a It htubburu uud won't yield to treat
ment? (Jut it 50c bottle or Dr. King's
Now Discovery toduy. Whnt it did
for Jonulu Fluiiimlug It will do for
you, no matter how Btubborn or chr
onic it cough may bu. It Btops u
cough uud Htoim throat nnd lung
trouble. Heller or money back. COc
uud $1.00 at your druggist.
Uucklcu'ii Arnica Salvo ror Pimples.
Tho firth Annual entertainment to
bo given by thu Sweet Springs High
School Association will l.o huld at thu
nedlclno I over trlod," Bayo C. E. llut-
flcld or Chlcngo. HI, -J5e, ut your
Phon your wont nda to this oHIce.
Sioux City, St. Paul
Through Kansas City
FOR your trip North I havo
just "The Ticket." A brief
stop in Kansas City a delight
ful afternoon ritle to Omaha
a restful iii'kIiI on the Pullman,
onit you arrive in St. Paul or
Minneapolis refreshed and in
fine trim. Your ticket reads
and from Omuhn via the
North Western Line
Ar. KuuViw City
Lv, Kansas City. 1155 p. in
Ar. Omaha, 8:30 p. 111
Ar. Slonx City 12 01 p,in
Ar. St, Paul 7:50 a. in
Ar. Minneapolis. ..8:25 a, m
Missouri Pacific R. R.
S. R. Smith, Agent,
'.Mny L'lith, ION, ut 7:110 o'clock, nt
which tlmo Mr. Walter Williams,
Dean or tho MhsBourl School or Journ
alism will deliver tho address.
Sweet Springs Herald.
Thu city aulhorltleu nro putting
down u conrceto crossing between tho
Joneii uud Andrew residences on Lo
VUbt otreet. This Is only tho begin
ning, an crowHliig nro to 1m laid nil
out town. Sweet Springs Herald.
J.'F. Coulter who enmu lu Inst week
from Creiient, Novudu, mado Tho
Unglo orflco a call Monday. Ho ro
port,a things moving ulong nicely nt
tho Milter Cold mine. Tho machin
ery for pulverizing plant a now on tho
ground mid tho work of Butting It up
Tho compnny now ban noon tonu or
oro 011 the dump and will start i
through the pulverizer us boon as thu
inachlnery Is Inutalled. Tho oro uu
tho dump nssayu nhout $L'0 to tho ton
which will pay thu company a hund
boiiiu uiorgln or profit.
A volu or oro Bill! richer, ilea under
tho vein now being worked.
Mr. Coulter, wns called liomu by
tho illness or Mr Coulter. Ho will
return to Cresent In about two woks
nnd probably will bo nccumpaulul by
Mrs. Coulter. Sweet Springs Kaglu.
. School Toucher.
Itcgulur uxamluutloim for certifi
cates will bo huld lu Odoll Avenue
high Hchool building. Marshall, Mo
on Juno G and C, 1011,
(dw) JAMKS L. LYNCH.
From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery
'7 . Stv iJ o&'ji
3 " SK.D.iS'4M
Combir.ntton Pneumatic Sweeper
Rrlraic lion Xnnon i'n)lny fiom the iltiln el mot.
in; and liiticg luiniluic miJ (run th dingrrout kI!oioj
ol iluit and rrrmi liitl etc ttitr 1 by UM un ol the bloom
and I he oU (aiSionnl c.iprt iwrrotr, can l atUtnnl by
iheiiiccl the Duntlcy Combination Pneumatic
Swavpcr, H,iicli, a!liiKi',!i ratily cptialcd by html,
tfrilo pownlul itKtiou lone which dawi out all the dat
and dutt Lund in your rui anJ (ariutt a.id at iht tam
Unw the rcvuUuj uutli picli up ail lint, pint, thrcada,
Hit DUNUCYWnPfHS aic maJe in thitc liin awl aold
utdrf a riid pin.uli-e (orvnrycti. You nay try a Dual.
Icy in you uwn home lot 10 ilayi Pr of Chuge,
fur moit dctalUJ lufofiu.ilun will. TODAY
N. McK. MVCRS, Agent,
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I WOOD&HUSTONBANK i
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J, 1'.' HUSTON, l'raldnt V S HUSTON. C. hi. r
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C. M. itucitNKK Sheruiun 1. llouuton
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t-W. H. HUSTON
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT I
Ample Capital. Equipment First Class. Best Scrvic I
1 i'i-i. wnp
VANDYKE & CO.s
Loweit Rates Easiest Terms
Office; Corner of Lafayette and North St.