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The Saline republican. (Marshall, Mo.) 1892-1899, March 10, 1899, Image 3

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Do not think for tlngta
moment that consumption will
ever strike you sudden blow.
It doc not come that way.
It creeps Its way along.
First, you think It Is a lltito
cold; nothing but a little hick
Ins cough; then a llttlo loss In
weight: then a harder couth;
men me icrcr ana inc nignt
The suddenness comes when
you hare a hemorrhage.
Better stop the disease while
It It yet creeping.
You can do it with
You first notice thst you
cough less. The pressure on
the chest Is lifted. That feeling
of suffocation is removed. A
cure is hastened bypliclngone of
Dr. Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral Plaster
over the Chest.
A Book Froo.
It Is on the Diseases of the
Throat anj Lungs.
WrNm urn Trly,
If r'- lilv liif rin.Ltnt wfcltrf.r
Rnl dt.lt. tl )) Imll .llk fOU
e.n Kj.iit.tr r4ti ni. tt dorlor
fr.l) , (mi win r".W. fe 1'f.Bil I l.plf ,
llhllr..i), AMr.M.
A Came oftlojgint.
Miss AiiuicGtithtic entertained
a number of young people on
Friday evening complimentary to
Miss Hancock. A variety of
game were Indulged in. but
"Muggins" was tlie tnot satis
factory. More fun can be derived
from muggins than from any six
other games now In use. Light re
freshmctttH of tea! chocolate, a
variety of cake and fruits were
served at the close of the game.
Those present were, Misses Mny
llrattdon, Annie Hawkins. Miss
Hicks nud Miss Hancock, mid
Messrs. Praucisco, Tom Rnincy
and Herbert Striker.
Alpha C. I.. S. C. wilt meet with
Mrs. O. S. Hardin, March n at
3:.to p. m.
Holl Cull - An important fact you
have learned in this year's study of
I-.uglish history.
Lesson The 2CII1 to tin" 30th
chapters inclusive of ''liurojie iu
the nineteenth Century."
(Oamc History cards
Critic Mrs. Campbell, Jr.
Mrs- . S. Hardin, Pres.
Mrs. P. P. Hell, Sec.
Married. '
At Marshall, Mo., on March 3,
1S99. By Cbas. M. Hawlcy Ksq,
Mr. Luther H. Wade of Naptou
Mo. and Miss Sopha Buckstett-tr
of Saline City Mo.
Wc did not conic to Marshall to
sell tickets, quote poetry, fake the
public or presume to "know it
all." Our gallery is established
for the people, we make no pets nor
cater to nuy clan, but give every
one just what wc promise;,we shall
make our home here, spend our
money, here and expect a liberal
.share of public patronage nud
shall endeavor to met the same
by the quality of our work and our
dealings with the people. Try us.
IJki'cu's Studio.
try l.oumi' Home mad-, cs. 1,.
His chocolates are delicious.
Mr. logene Danes and Miti Lit; L'ao
Conway, b.tb if This City tb Ooa'
trading Parties.
I'or several mouths unusual in
terest has been centered in the
plopcctive ntarringe of Mr. l'.u
gene Danes, a Joting matt promin
ent In business and social circles,
and Miss I.il) MacConway, datigh
tir of J. M. Conway of this city,
wltt) wetc married on Tuesday
inomlng at to o'clock, at the home
of the bride in West Marshall,
Rev. Wharton officiating. Miss
Minnie Jurdcn and Mr. I. T.
Reynolds, close friends of the bride,
wire the only guests present, out
side of the relatives The bride, n
handsome brunette, looked like a
young princess in an elegant gown
of violet silk with yoke o( white
taffeta, embroidered in gold and
silk threads, with a beautiful liat
covered in violets, violet gloves
and carrying sweet violets.
"Sweet violets, I've loved ye
long and well,
And never have failed i.t your fra
grattcc sweet,
To find some secret spell."
The groom wore n handsome
suit of conventional black. The
happy couple left on the 10:30 C
& A. for St. Louis, where they
will stop at the I'lautcrs for a week
or two, when they will return to
Marshall nud will be at home to
their ftiends at the residence of
Mr. M. M. Mnrmadttlic, on Kast
Arrow St.
The Kki'I'm.ican extends con
gratulations, with the wish that
the new life just begun may be one
of happiness and peace.
.Miss ltttby Conway nud Mr.
Carroll I."gMlon were married at
he bout of til; bride, on Hnst
wond, Wednesday uftcrnton at ,1
o clock, Itcv. Mr. Wharton per
forming the ceremony. The wed
ding was a very quiet one, only
the Immediate relatives being
present. The bride, a charming
young lady, who is very popular
with nil who know her, was
very becomingly dressed in n
handsome tan cloth gown, with
hat and gloves ensttltc, gracefully
carrying bride's roses on her at m.
The groom, n son of Mr.
Carroll Logsdou, of this city, is
a substantial young farmer and
was dressi'd in conventional black.
The youthful couple took the 3:30
train for Hlackburu, where they
held a reception at their own res
idence, Mr. and Mrs, Logsdou
and other membcra of the fam
ily being there when they arrived,
to receive them. The Republican
extends best wishes to Mr. nud
Mrs. Logsdou for u long and
happy life.
PiarfonlnD Open Session,
The people of Marshall have had
several opportunities of late, to
hear some uiost excellent programs
at the open sessions of the literary
societies of M. V. C. and they
have taken advantage of them.
The worth of the two within the
last month, will be certain to at
tract nn equally large house to
witness the reticditiou of the third
and last, the Houxouluii; and as
the college chapel is very small,
stragglers never find scats.
The Pcarsonlans chose Monday
night to Invite visitors and they
certainly pleased the audience that
met them. The program was vari
ed end this fact added interest nud
enjoyment to tlie occasion, It was
as follows;
Piano duet, "Hector" -Misses
Mary Black s:d Lctlia Stephens.
Recitation, ' Jack the fisher
man" Miss Wlyne Ward.
Clcc Club.
Oration Hngllsh rule In India
Mr. W. H. Zeigel.
l'apcr Miss Kdith Mitchell and
Mr. H. A Porter-
l'iano solo, "Polonaise Andante
Spianato: Allegro," Chopin Miss
Charlotte Jones.
Rending from Tom Sawyer Mr.
J. A. Ward.
!lcc Club.
Ilrothcr Almanac Iv A. l'urtcr.
Shady H. S McCord.
Snow Ball-IJIIyiic Ward.
Mr. Parsons C C Gross-
AuuoiU Thomson.
Miss Amauda Thomson was
born May 20, 1855, and departed
this life at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Strlctlcr, iu Knox
County, Mo., l'cb. 37. She was
convened and united with the
M. K. Church, South, nt the
ii;c of 13, and remained a con
sistent member until her death
She united with the church in
Marshall during the pastorate of
Rev. L. P. Norllect and has
made this her church home ever
I She has been afflicted with n
trouble of the heart for some
years; of late the decline has
been quite rapid. !ihc left Mar
shall for her sister's home, near
near Knox City, last fall, expect
lug to delay the cud. Hut all to
no avail. Her last days were
spent in great pain. While cx
pressing n desire to live, she
was not afraid to die. Miss Angle
Thomson, her sister residing here,
was telegraphed for the morn
ing of the date of her death,
but it is believed that she was
not able to reach her bedside be
furc she breathed her last. Her
funeial services: were held by
Rev. S. I-. Itotsford of IMIna,
and the interment took place In
11 cemetery near by.
Roger Rlitniles,
Little Roger Rhoades, son of
Mr. nud Mis John T. Rhoades of
this city, died of spuial.uicnlngitls
nt the residence of his parents at
11 o'clock on I'riday morning,
March 3, 1890. He had only keen
sick one day and everything was
done for him that human skill
cou'd do. He had just turned in
to his sixth year, was a bright,
lovely child, the pride of his
father's life, the joy of his mother's
"Not dead hut sleeping,
Not lost but gone before."
"Safe iu the arms of Jesus
Safe on his gentle breast,
There by. his love o'er shoncd,
Sweetly bis soul shall rest."
Mlulonarj Kite.
The ladies of the Missionary So
ciety of, Hmltli's Chapel gave a
Missionary mite at the residence of
Judge Stouffer, near Naptou last
wceki that was a most pleasant af
fair, One of the principal amuse
ments of the evening was the vo
ting of n tptilt to the most popular
young lady. Miss Virginia Smith,
daughter of Dr. T. A. Smith, re
ceiving the largest number of votes
drew the quilt, which was n thing
of beauty. Games, music and
lovely refreshments made the even
lug pass swiftly away-
Money don't grow on ticca. He
careful how you spend It. A dol
lar isn't much but it will buy one
hundred shares iu someof the Gold
Mining Stock Companies In the
Cripple Creek gold mining district.
lietter still, it will buy one dozen
regular Cabinet si.e photos made
by Hutchlng's, Studio North
West corner stptare.
Odd Fellows Encampment.
The I. O. O. 1'. had an encamp
ment iu Marshall this last week, at
which R. M. Abercromblc of St.
Joseph and Mr lilack of St. Louis
were present and conducted the
The following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing term;
John V. Rose, C P.; U. H.
Holloway, S. W.j D. L. Cooper, J.
W.rll. C Hall, H. P.; J. P. Lof
lus, Scc'yj G. K. C. Sharp, Trcas.j
W. W. Huff, 1st O.i Jess W.
Wheeler, and O.i W. A. Vawlcr,
G. T.; lid L- Brown, O. T.j M. P.
Cooper, 3rd 0.; M. 15. Crockett,
4th G.j Chas. Petry, I S.; I. E.
Holstein, O. S.
Wilioa riaber off for Old Meilco.
Wilson l'islier left Moiuhv
morning for Tamplco, Old Mexico,
where he has accented a tiosltlon
with the Pierce, Waters, Oil Co.
lie has been employed at the
Now York Store for ten years
nnd could have remained ten years
more, as the lirm was loth to
give him up but he felt that a
change of business, climate, etc.
might be luefklnl to him. Mr.
l'islier is a uetiial. encreetic nnd
successful young business man,
ot a most excellent family, who
with hi: many friends are verv
sorry to have him go so fur
irom Home and who join with
the Republican iu wishing for
him success iu his few home.
Mrs Bet Entertains The 0. L. 8. 0.
The Aristotelian C. L. S. C.
had n must interesting meeting
with Mrs. Sec. at her home on
Saturday, when the study of the
play of "Othello" was found to lie
both pleasant and profitable. At
the close of the lesson, Mrs. Sec
surprised the circle bv scrvinir re
freshments, that were most accept
able, consisting of gelatine, served
with whipped cream, chocolates,
marsh mallows and ornamental lit
tle cakes baked In the form of the
different letters Iu the alphabet and
to each cake was attached 11 card.
(111 which a quota) ion, beginning
with the letter represented by the
cake, for instance, "The world is
mine oyster," was attached to the
letter T.
In Hoaorof Misi Urrlck'oi
Miss Mary Northern, iu her easy
graceful manner, entertained n
limited number of young ladles at
supper one evening last week, nl
tcr which the gentlemen wrc mvi
ted iu, when enrroms, parches! and
jackstraws wereindu ged in, much
to the pleasure of those present.
Light refreshments were enjoyed
during the game. Those in nt
tend nice were, Mis Hrrlckson of
Salisbury, in whose honor the oc
caslou was given, Misses Agues
Spencer, May Brandon, Mary Hun1
ler and Bert a I'raucleco; Messrs
Clayton Lamkln, Tom Kaiuey, Mr.
Hunker, Harry J'ranclsco nnd Jim
Missouri Mattel.
Iu the case of I. II. Bruce
against Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bom
beck for damages for a wrong
committed by the wife in run
ning over the plaintiff, the Kan
sas City Court of Appeals held
that the man was jointly respon
sible for offenses of his wife though
not present at the time.
The Bank of Webb City has'
been sold to Wm. A. Wilson,
and C. R. Jones, of Kansas City.
The grand jury of Cole county
has licgun the task of looking Into
the charges, that there are nu
merous crap games running
openly In the state capllol.
Prank Drawn, formerly nu in
glneiroti the Pacific road, is bung
looked for by Sedalia officers, who
have a warrant rW,.fn, t.i
with obtaining 4oo, fraudulently,
irom -miss Jennie Buttcrfield.
This session of
at Carthacc Is confront.,!
docket of forty-five divorce cases.
The most interesting case is the
damage suit of Mrs. M. J, GUfillau
against J. Mc. Crillij for fcooo for
the killing of her husband.
It now seems that W. w ln-
who committed the blunder of con
fessing to train robbtrv In tnrtr.n,.
county, will lose hl wife, who has
instituted divorce proceedings
against him.
Dr. Godda-d of
will be tried in Imie at T..fTnr
City before Judge Shackelford; W.
S-JPopeamembcriif the House, !
nig na attorney fur the defendant)
recureu me tlclay.
TI.e grand lurv of WrMit mttti.
ty lif ve found true bills against
U) mi, Kciinr ly nud the other train
loblwrs at Macomb and their trials
will proceed ut once.
That portion of the Sundry Civil
Jill appropriating fqo.ooo for
Missouri River Improvement at
llootiville, was stricken out In the
final conference.
I lave you thought
about your spring
suit? Wc would love
10 have you look at
what we have at
$7.50 to $10
We think them extra
values; however we
leave it to you come
and sec.
Wc have again
bought the "Hey.
wood" line "of'sample
shoes for men. We
give you
5.00 shoes for S3.S0
4.00 shoes for 3.00
3.50 shoes for 2.50
These are in all colors
and styles.
Shoes 'and Ghrihinft

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