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Friday, November 4, 1910
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN H t County News m From Our Exchanges e ARROW ROCK Frank AlBtein while working with the- wood saw Tuesday had tho misfortune of getting the tip end of ono of his fingers cut off. He was fortunate It was no worse. P. P. Morris returned Tuesday from a vlelt with his daughter MIes Sadie who Is attending school In Colum bla. He reports that the citizens theroarevcry confident intheolc- trlc line. Vm Hickman and son Chester In company with Arthur Dickson went to Frankfort Wed nonday and then to Slater. Lester Suppo and his. sister Mrs. Graham of Chicago returned with them. C, 3. Klbler of Marshall was here tho first of tho week completing tho work about his now building. Statesman. A Broken. Back That pain In your back caused by lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain la an easy thing to get irld of. &al lard's Snow Liniment cures rheu matism, lumbago, soro and stiff muscles, strains, cuts, burns ,and scalds and all aches and pains. You need a bottle In your house. Sold by P. n. Franklin, vi SWEET SPRINGS Miss Mary Hull of Marshall Is hero With her brdthef W. C. Hall, and family during tho absence of his wlfo while in lexas. Qua Mathews of MontBerrat bought of R. Sam Hays 160 aero farm 4 miles west of Sweet Springs. Consider ation $12800. Everett Lynch and wlfo aro receiving the con gratulations of their many friends over the. arrival of a fine baby girl at their country homo Oct. 20. Leo Burfcind and wife were at Scdalia last Sunday with their little daughter, who was operated on by a physician thero and had her tonsils taken out and a growth on onoiof her eyes removed. Ihc little lady stood the operation well and Is recovering rapidly. nerald. It's a Crime to neglect your health. Ihc worst neglect that you can be guilty of in to allow constipation, bilious ness or any liver or bowel rouble to continue. It is poisoning your entire system and may lead to a serious chronic disease, lake Bal lard's Herbino and get absolutely well, lho sure euro for any and all troubles of tho stomach, liver and bowels. Sold by P. n. Frank lin, i HOUSIONIA Josh Hutchinson, and Iko Adams both negroes working for B. F. Mc Cluro engaged in an altercation about 5.30 o'clock Monday morning Hutchinson alleges that Adams rushed at him with a drawn razor and that Hutchinson struck Adams twico'with a singletree on the head tho second blow fracturing his skull. Adams was felled like an ox and nover regained conscious ness dying Wednesday evening at ono o'clock. Sam McCluro and Jack Ramoy living south of Hous tonia Saturday purchased tho Q. "W. Crawford farm of 480 acres which lies on the east side of Mc Cluro's farm. Each of the purchas ers takeB half the land, lhe price paid ;was $75 per aero or $36,000. Tho land was unimproved, J. W. Stanley's baby got hold of a can -of lyo water Monday, and near ly, euccecded in drinking tho con tents before Mb mother saw him. Aa it was tho babys mouth and tongue were quite badly burned, but fortunately no serious results will follow. W. E. loter, who Is erecting a modern ten room house on his farm near lcdieville haa contracted with Bender & West brook to Install a furnace; water System! and acetylene lighting plant. Houatonian. A Tiny Baby cant tell you in words what tho trouble Is; but it uo complexion gota pasty, II it gets weaker and weaker, loses flesh and is cross and peevish you can be certain that it haa wonriB. . Give it White's rvftam Vermifutre. Guaranteed harm leas. Expels tbo worms and putB tlio baby' in a healthy norma , con dition. Sold by P. H. Franklin. MIAMI Miss Julia Watts, a young lady ol Arrow Rock, who la attending Howard-Payno college at Fayette, spent a few days at homo recently Sho waa accompanied as far as Blackwator by a young preacher, wha wajs going to Blackburn to Jfll an appointment next day. Ho vaa .very nice and accomodating, o-ifr-fjvl "her suitcase and helped her off tho train, , etc. 19 y From tlio reproduction In oil of tlio "Ship Rcono" from the nuccrasful Musical Comeay, "Madam Hhcrry," BhowlnB the mole characters ag they would appenr drrsned In Klrschbaum Kail and Winter models (rcmllne from left to right) Savoy and poulile-llrcaBted Madron. A- CTOR folk must dress well, for exaerererates tailoring defect tremendously, . And so the Stagehas become the Inspira tion of Kirschbaum Clothes. Only the most desirable effects are incorporated in Kirsch baum Clothes, so that the man who wears Kirschbaum Clothes can be assured that in every essential detail his clothes are "right". Prices, $15 to $35. Ask to see the Rcggy Model, the specially de signed garment for the young gentlemen of America. Price $21, made in a variety of fabrics. These Kirschbaum Clothes are guaranteed. Should you find any defect in the cloth, any im- perjecnon m me tauormg, return ine gar ment and your money frill be refunded. Leyne-Downing (lotus (o. Miss Watts opened her grip she found it contained only gentle- men's wearing apparel, sermons, blbloB, otc, Bhe almost fainted. We! wonder how tho pastor was dress ed and what kind of a sermon the Blackburn people had. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stonor at their homo near Miami lhursday, Oct. 20, a daughter. Mr. Frank Yulllo and Miss Allio Mulllnswero agont of tho O. itf A.ln place of married Saturday Oct. 22 at thoElmer Noal, who has decided to ac homo of John Dllloy in DeWitt, I copt a position in tho statev of Squiro Griffith of that city per forming tho ceremony, lhe bride Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pad Mullins of this township, lho young couplo will mnko their homo on tho farm of tho brides uncle 1. B. Mullins. News. Harris-Malone Mr. Fotzroy Harris of Sharon and Miss Margaret Malono of Wichita, Kansas were married last week at tho brides homo in tho latter city and returned Saturday evening to mako their homo near Sharon, where (the groom has lived for many years. Miss Malono was tho efficient teacher of tho Sharon school for'?? Dlscovery lia, Bavcd several terms while she lived with. his sister, Mrs. W. R. Laugldin, on' th 'nnn .w.im,in f mii tho 'Bon News. A Hair's Breadth Escape Do you know that every time you havo a cold or cough and lot it run on tiuniting it will just .cure it sen you aro inviting pneumonia, consumption or some other pul monary trouble? Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough with Ballard's norohound Syrup. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by P.JT. Franklin. ' . SLATER Sam Wood, of tho Ayrcs neigh- borhobd had tho misfortune of Having his shoulder dislocated and bsaiy brusied last Wednesday at tho ealo of James Rogers, near Shar on. Ho -was crouched under a hay fromo looking through tho fence, whan suddenly the hay frame on Ayer's Hair Vigor. STOPS FALLING HAIR DESTROYS DANDRUFF Ingredients; Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here. Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here. D pes nofc t.olor the the limelight the slightest which several men wcrc sitting corao down upon him. Dr. A. R. Shoemaker, tho veterinary surgeon was; present and with tho assls- tanco of Ben Cooper got Mr. Wood shoulder in place before tho'- ar rival of Dr. Caldwell, who said they did as good a job as hocouldhave done. H. P. King, of Marshall, has accoptod a position as night Washington. Cliff Ihomson sold his farm, consisting of 58 acres located ono and a half miles east of Slator this week to C. fR. White of Now Hampton, Gentry County, tho consideration being $130 1' .per acre. Mr. Whito gets possession on March 1st. lho solo was ncgotiat ed by G. W. Baker. Bustler. Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburg asavago Hon fondled tho hand that a child thrust into his cage. Danger to a child is some times groat when least regarded. Often it comos through Colds, Croup, and Whooping Cough. Ihey slay thousands that Dr. King's D "Ulc." ,i " ry "llu CU8 JrHUP, , Mrs- OTgo B. Davis, of Flat Rock N. C, "We always give it, to ihhn when ho takes cold. Its a wonder ful medicine for babies." Best for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Homorrh ages, Weak Luncs. 50c $1.00. lrial bottle free. Guaranteed by P. H. Franklin. ( SLA1ER Juno Martin, who has been op oratinc a boat in tho Yukon coun- try surprised his wlfo and family Saturday in returning 'home. He has taken a . claim in that country. Sophrona, two months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Abner IWal- laco of Orearville died last Friday night of pneumonia. Tlho remains were( laid to rest, Saturday in tho Orearvlllo cemetery. Newu. GILLIAM 'lho Gilliam Commercial Club will hold -a corn ahow In connec tion with tho, Farmerfl' Institute to AN ELEGANT DRESSING, MAKES HAIR GROW i m i ,he held here 'Nov,, ,11 audi' 125, s A, premium, of Ijij will b g1$n,for tno beat ten ears of white corn and $5,.for tho best ieniears of yel iow corn. iT'or.tho second best a premium of $150 Jylll bo given on each. Samples to be left with D. H. Cooper not later than Nov. 11. Mr. S. M. Jordon of the- State Board of Agriculture will act as judge. He will also give atalk on corn and wheat which you cannot afford to miss. It is free. Mrs. Sarah Hill sold .her 100 aero farm, east of town; this week to Will HInnah for $82.50 por acre. The box social at Oalc, Grove last Fri day night was a perfect success, to owners and bidders. Many boxes sold for $7.50 arid tlio total receipt amounted to' $37.50. Virgil Johnson is tteacher. Jess Cross and fam ily of Kansas City wero hero this week ito attend tho funeral of MrB. Mao Friemonth., Ben Powell, J. lhlorfeldcr arid Franklin Ayres havo returned from a week's trip to Colorado. Ihey report thaUhey were pleased with that country. Globe. An Ideal Husband Is patient, oven with a nagging Wlfo, for ho knows she heeds help. She, may bo so nervous and run down in health that trifles annoy her. If elio is melancholy, excit able, troubled with loss of appetite headache, sleeplessness, constipa tion or fainting and dizzy spells. she needs Electric Bitters the moslt wonderful remedy for ailing wo men. IhousandB of suffers from female troubles, nervous troubles, backacho and woak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy. Iry them. Only 50c. Sat isfaction guaranteed by P. H.Fr.mk lln. NELSON Geo. Thomas r., is building a two-room addition to his residence on Garnet street this week. He Is also finishing a largo room in tho second story. Chris SlmmOnB and family moved from town to tho country noar tho Cotton Patch school house last week. A boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs Chas. Joffrcss on Monday Oct. 17. Born to Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Hubbard who lives west of town a healthy baby girl on last Friday night. Born to Mr .and Mrs. Wm Jackson a largo baby boy last Sunday. Ho was named Robert Ervln. 1. M. Fowler, our ener getic posrmaster has added an other improvement to the pootof- fico by installing acetylene lights. Ihoso reported on tho sick list this week ore: Mr. Hindman, Mrs. Davo Swisher and ono of Mrs Durrot Smiths children. Advance. State of Ohio, City of loledo, Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of tho ifirm F, J. Choney & Co., doing" business in tho City of. loledo, County and Stato aforesaid, 'and, that said firm will (pay tho sum! of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Ca tarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscrlb ed In my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. 1886. (Seal.) A. W. GLEASON, v Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimanials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., lolodo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. , lake Hall's Family Pills for con stipation Llppincott's : Several lawyers in a Southern city wero discussing the merits and demerits of a wcllknown member of tho bar who had been gathered to his fathers, when ono of tho party related an incident of tho ttm'o when ho- had studied in tho old man's office. It seems that tho inefficiency of tho copying clerk thoro kept the judge contin-. ually worked up to the point of ex plosion. Ono day a wire basket fell off tho top of tho clerk's desk and scratched hlo cheek. Not having any court-plaster, tho young man slapped on three postage stamps and went to work. Later in tho day ho had occasion to tako a cer tain paper to tho court and for getting all ..about the stamps ho. put .'oinj .Ws jhkt to, go out. At the door 'ho mgj'jthe judge, who raised Hla he,ad and fixed the clorlc with an astonished stare. "Anything wrong sir?" stammered tho bewild ered clerk, "Yes, air, there' ial" thundered tho old gentleman. "You are carrying too much postago for second-closs matter V C ASTOR I A 7or la&nts and Ckildr 9. Tfct )UmI Yn HiYt Ahfijs liigfct j 11111.111.1111.1 , , i wyn, t; ,iuimiikv j.VfV M, s-iMMMiiJlfAV ? i t r ''4, V 4 :! ProinGtcsDigenftMMl ncssandRestXontfdnsKaHl ; Opium .Morphine narrfMriJ Not Narcotic 1 Ionphn Stfff" jtbtSam JlxitSeSMls- IhrmSctd CtoilitiSimr. ma$tcnitmt. . Anerfcct Rcmedv forQiMiHl I Ion . Sour StomadLDtalMll Worros.ConvuLVjw Jtwafc I ncss andLossoPSfHK I Facsimile Sfg NEW YOBK. . l finnrantpcd under t lie t-oodnj Exact Copy of Wrapper. Tidal Wave Kills 200 Rome, October 24. Casamlcclola, on tho Island of Ischla, tho haven of tho hordes fleeing the cholera Infested regions of Italy has been destroyed by , a tidal wave with great loss of, life. Unofficial es- iimaiea piaco wie numoer 01 ine'n dead at 200, although tho number may greatly exceed that amount. lho mayor of Casamlcciola tele- graphed tho perfect of police here that Casamicciolc has been des- troyed as waB forcasted in earlier dispatches, lho telegram addsthat, thero aro. many victims and that help is urgently needed. !ho gov- ernment has , sent a fleet of war- ships, consisting oft hreo battle ships and four cr.uisers, wlth,lnBtruc tlons to' hurry to the scene of the disaster .with .all provisions and food available, lroops also havo been hurried to tho strick'en city, Word comes that it is not likely that thero aro any Americana among tho vlctims of tho disaster, lho only American" known to have been In .Cassamicciola of late is the painter, Robert Hale, who comoa from St. Paul, Minn., and who Is said to havo loft tho town several days ago. . Late dispatches confirm the great j loss of life following tho terrific rainfall aiong-tho slopes of Vesuv- lus. 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The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of In 88 7Ar AW a!1, Fnr Over L Thirty Years CASTORIA resulted In the washing away of thousands of toons of lava andiashes which had accumulated along tho crest of the mountain since the last eruption. Every Body Needs nnnA .ivn a ti, -niUn Af Boptio Salvo 1b the best. It 1st a croamy BnxfW wmo ointment. Guar anteod for all skin diseases'. 25c sold everywhere. Tho Paris Appeal gets off this very sensible story. ."One time a negro preacher had a" little negro servant by tho name of Sam, arid tho preacher bought some butter 'from ono of tho neighbors by tho name, of Paul, and ho bought It on credit. Ono Sunday morning the preacher told Sam to go over to Paul's and got a pound of butter, then ho could como on to tho; church. Just as Sam was coming Up tho islo tho preacher said in tho courso of his sermon, "What did Paul say?" and'hb was looking straight at" Sam. Sam thought ho was talking to him and said : "Ho Hay, boss, you can't get mo. moro butter till you pay for what you aon got." : . . : Dr. Bell sPine-Tar-noney Fop Coughs and Colds. H ;'Wan Swd-?ybuf rder'