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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, June 16, 1911, Image 8

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Local Items
3Uaes Minnie nnd Gertrude
Hyatt nro visiting In Glasgow.
Chas. Frommc nnd son nre on n
visit to Brunswick relatives.
Miss Nellie and C. O. Page. Jr.,
arc both home from Hthool.
P. Gcrstner and family were
here from north of Grand Paso.
Monday.
Jim. IVY. B. Vawter entertained!
tlic "Merry wives" at her nomc
on East North Friday morning.
Clarence Howard and family vis
ited In Kansas City thu first of
the week. I
Miss Elizabeth Dugglns whol
teaches In Kansas City, Is hornet for
the vacation .
P. L. Green, the new lumberman,
hat about completed his office nnd
other Improvements.
&my n "Wnali I)rr til While' mid
r wonirllilnA nli'r.
NEW YORK RACKET
We (know all the farmers are busy cutting
wheat, plowing corn and putting up hay and are
only going to take a little bit of your time this
week. We know however that lots of the gardens
have suffered from the heat and want to say lhat
our Grocery shelves are full of good things to eat
at way down prices. Read this list.
Choice Bananas, per doz..- .23
Choice 0rnnji.es, per doz ... .23
Choice Pineapples 10
Cholco Lemons 25 to ,35
1 lb full Cream Cheese 19
8 lbs Homlnoy 25
25c pkRS Rolled OatH IB
3 pkgs Cot n Flakes 25
3 10c pkRS Boiled Oat? 25
1 callon can syrup 35
1 gullon Pickles 30
4 pkRS Currants 25
6 bars Naptlm Soa 25
2 boxes Knox Gelatine 25
3 cans choice Corn 25
3 cans Kraut ,25
3 cons Hominy .25
6 lbs Blco 25
25c K C Baking Powder 19
15c K C Baking Powder. .. .12
10c K C Baking Powder 08
1 lb Gunpowder Tea .25
3 boxes Jcllo.. . .25
1 qt Jar Queen Olives 25
Country Shoulders, per lb.. .12
1 largo box crackers per lb
25c Bakers Chocolate...... .23
20c Dunhams Coco nut .17
Buy two pkffs of Shmldcd Wheat Biscuit for ttv.25
Buy a can of Blue Jay Salmon for 1 .20
MILLINERY
The ridiculously low prices we arc making on
trimmed and Tailored Hats, Shapes, Feathers, etc.,
is fast closing out excrything in this department, h
Come and get your share of the bargains before
they arc all gone.
Remember, we keep "Everything for Every
body' and our mottoes arc "Cash Sales and Small
Profits," and "No Trouble to Show Goods," so
"come in and be shown." -
Yours for business, V
llobt. Lnmkln, wlfo and son of
Cape Girardeau, aro hero on n
visit to Mr. Lumpkin's parents.
K. C. Scott tho book store man
trill erect a rcsldcnco on South
Odell adjoining Dr. Scrutchflcld's.
Mra. I. L. Terrell of Bagle Lake
Texas, was horo this week on a
viK to relatives.
J. T. Miller of East St. Louis has
Ltwn (the guo.it of his daughter,
Mr. Joe. Chaffee.
W. 11. Barnhill and brldo of Cot
leyville, Kas., arc hero the guests
of J. W. Barnhill and family.
Air. and Mrs. J. T. Fcathcrstonc
have returned from n visit to rel
atives In Napton and Ilardcman.
Mrs. Mary Brandon nnd daugh
ter, have as their guest MIbs Linn
Brown, of Clay Center, Kas.
Tho a. II. Fisher is attending the
.Druggists State Convention at
Cape Girardeau this week,
Tho wheat harvest Is already
under way In different porta of the
county.
Jk. fine ntock of Dtcnn Hkirtu nl
TKJMte'N.
g Mr. and Mrs. F. L. II. Kotlte
were hero Saturday from Sweet
Springs.
Editor Ituffel, of Glasgow, had
business hero Monday. lie was a
pieaaant caller at tho Republican
office.
ftfcsdames Maurice Ilagodom and
I. IW. Culver entertained Friday'
afternoon In honor of Mrs. W. B.
Dobyns, of St JOBoph.
J. O. Verta, Mrs. J. F. Vcr.ts and
the tatter's son, James, werehcre
tram Nelson Tuesday on probate
business.
D. D. Davidson and family who
saoved to Washington stato sever
al years ago, aro returning to
Saline.
Mrs. Georgia llead, of St Louis,
ia the guest of hor sister, Mrs.
McKlm. Sho is also visiting at
P. H. Ilea's.
Prof, and Mrs. Geo. McMillan
f Ft. Worth, Texas, aro visiting
Mra. McMillan's mother and slater
here while enjoying a vacation.
The newest thiaga la Wi" at
WltitVa. XUtij are beaailfal.
H. Jacksoa brought over
a Cadillac auto from Gteagowlaat
Wfaiaa he had sold to
Clyde of Malta Bead.
iraKoa 'aMl awl of
Ctty aw ur.'MW. ana
kmo Wok
t a W. Mac's 'TuiMday:
THE NEW YORK RACKET
P. S. Just received a car of Michigan Salt.
Mrs. J. N. Baker of Nelson held
the tlmo canl tliat drew tho act
of dishes Wednesday evening at
White's Ladles Furnishing store.
Tho Western Union Telegraph
office has been moved to more
convenient quarters in tho room
west of Carpenters' barber shop.
Mrs. Wm. IlarrlHon and nieces,
Misses Edna and Ruth Harrison,
havo returned from a vLslt to rcl
atlves In Sweet Springs.
Mrs. A. J. Robinson and two
children of Alma, Kas., aro hero
the guests of Misses Tllllo and
Annie Fink, and other relatives.
All the iiewrtt novellirn for ludlra
nt White.
Mrs. J. E. Ilarris and sister,
Mra. T. W. Iluntor, of Mllford,Tex.
aro visiting their father at Mc
Crccdlc, Mo.
Mrs. W. H. Dobyns and children
returnod to tholr homo in St
Josoph, today after several weeks
visit to their many friends here.
Tho Marshall -Gun Club is hold
ing Its second annual tournament
at the fair grounds, yesterday and
today. ,
Louis Rassc, ono of our popular
young merchants, will go to Col
umbia Unlvorslty, Now York, to
study law in September.
Tho ladles of Arrow Rock will
D. C. Combs, tho pure- food in
spector of Columbia was in town
Tuesday and vlsltod tho bakeries,
butcher shops, hotels and poultry
houses.
Frank Furry left for Chicago
Tuesday evening to spend sever
al days at tho factory of the
nlrdscll Mfg. Co. for which ho
travels.
Reuben Althouse and mother,
Mrs. Eliza Althouse havo returned
to their homo In Denver after a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. n. Alt
house. i ,
J. J. AVitt went to Warronton,
Mo., Tuesday evening in response
to a long distance telephone mes
sago stating that his father was
dying. jfi
Plsgah church, near Elmwood
held Its annual reunion Sunday.
Rev. Thomas Barbcc preached the
sermon as usual. Some of ourpeo
pie attended the meeting.
White' gooda are the bewt to lie
hud in till country.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bunch, have
returned from .a Bevcral weeks'
visit to their old home In Spring
field and Joplin. Mr .Bunch return
od last week while his wife got
back Tuesday of this week.
S. n. Coleman of Warrcnsburg,
brother, of J. F. Coleman of this
city, was married to Miss Jessie
give an entertainment there to-, flt w
r;,T mu w,rVr , , wat former resident of Saline,
of their cemetery. Give them your "
aid if n'oar that city. 1 Mra. win. Mahon and three chll-
, ., . , . dren, of Manilla, P. I., left Sat-
Mrs.EUrabeth Bcrger.u-ho died turda tor Donvor to a.
at tho ap of 09 years recently, 8Ummen They wl return for
leftA a will which wa smado in Juno otha. vlslt faU n
1B68, years ago and which was to phnUp,ne..
not clionged since.
I F. M. Green, who moved to Sea
Mrs. A. M, KoUor gave a porch ija several years ago, has moved
party at hor handsome Eastwood back and resides at 316 E. Summit!
homo last Thursday in honor of since leaving here, Mr. Green had
Mra. Itoht. Brown, of St, Louis, her tho misfortune to lose his "wife
by death.
gueat ,
Miss Ilasel Miller of East St., j, ji Clark was up from Blue
Louis returned to her homo Sun- jAtk Tuesday and said a neWdocr
day after an extended visit anwas- tor from Kentucky has decided to
olsting Mrs. Chaffee in her Mill! locate thore early 'in July, notthil
one who was here recently. He
couldn't frecali the name.
nery catabUahment
Sam Evans fff'our now -weather-prophet,
Friday evening, the wind
L a . .11 lit- ' i .
waa i wra xae norm aim ne pre'
H. J. aheiraear.S'ia. met
l.r. mt W.U.V
T " ' ,,-T
dieted cold weathers He'a alrigiht,' cWrefc wUc'ka
-Just, have, puttonoe. J a iot orf.HorthjJr
a lai-Ja..... lit.. f nwvv.B' faaon vrUeabeouaM fiom ChaiL
t.i Caaffeei Ha i epaM'taotln-
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IL Treece in the merchandise bus-
ineae. Mr.- Treece will look after
after hi.' farm
O. H. Sappington, of rtVaco, Tex
as, accompanied by D. J. Wilker
son of Eddy, Texas, passed thru
Saline Saturday on their way to
St. Louis and Indiana. They are
making the trip in a Maxwell auto.
While on his way to attend the
Thompson funeral at Shackelford
last wee.14 J. J. Mitchell l03t his
pocket book containing $38, most
ly cash. It was found in front of
N. N. Huff's by I. N. Ruff and re
turned to Mr. Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kramer, Miss
es Sylvia DeMoss, Esther Plattncr
and Odie King, the latter of Kan
sas City, and Clarence Humphrey
came down from Grand Pa3s Sat
urday In Mr. Kramer's auto to do
some shopping.
Mrs. Caroline Weber's elegant
new home east of town is about
completed. The daughters, Mcs
damcs L. J. Rassc, Ed and Steve
Kcchart and C L. Rcppcnhagcn,
with their families expect to
spend .next Sunday as a kind of
family reunion at the new home.
T. M. Fitzgerald wa3 here from
near Napton Friday and called in
to leave us a dollar. lie said his
neighbor. Geo, Leaton, is building
a new barn. Mr. Lealon has been
vciy poorly of late owing to
tvrrliftlng tome time ago. If he
nnd had a membership in the
order of "Sons of Rest" such o
thing .yfuld not bac happened.
Wli!fc" nrc tinny of rournp.
E. Ralph Blair, manager of Mc
Allister Springs write s us to
state tliat owing to the delay on
the electric light plant nnd other
Improvements the resort will not
be able to have Its opening this
month as announced. We will an
nounce the date of tho opening
shortly.
They say Robert Clough la fry
Ing to learn to run nn autotheno
days. He was seen handling one
on the square Friday and even
though It didn't move an inch
he'd say whoa, get up, gee, haw,
etc. 'When tho machine moved n
little ho got pop-eyed and thought
he wan In a run-away and said
whoa like a cow-boy.
Vera Hcnnnger, tlio H-ycar-old
daughter of A. J. Hennager, of
the country, suffered a fall from
a cherry tree Wednesday morning
which rendered her unconscious
for Acveral hours. As we go to
press sho ia still in a very ser
Ioub condition, tho doctor not hav
ing fully determined tho extent or
naturo of Iter injuries.
COAL, COAL, COALl
Farmers, come to Mar-
aim a
snail Marble & Granite
Works for your threshing
coal. Special price.
D. E. Hammond.
Phone 199 23-6c
The colored Missionary Baptist
church of New Frankfort gave a
basket dinner meeting Sunday,
June IL Quite a largo crowd at
tended. The meeting was a suc
cess both spiritually and finan
cially. Rev. J. P. McDonnell, tho,
efficient pastor, teacher and lead
er of hia people, who resides in
Gilliam preached two moat excel
lent sermons for the occasion, A
visitor.
Rev. and Mra . T. E. Mounts
were here Friday from Blue Lick
arid tho latter, in order to demon
strate what they could raise on
Falrvlew farm, their home,
brought us a fine lot of largo
gooseberries, which convinced us
that not only doos Fairvlew pro
duce fine gooseberries but also
that a fino family resldo3 on the
farm, which wo havo known for a
long time.
Guy nuflton, who came hero
from Nevada, Mo., recently and is
with "Tho Palms" confectionery
and Miss Anna Haddock, of Kan
sas City, who formerly resided at
Nevada, were, quietly married at
tho Mf. EL Church parsonage by
.Rev. A. R. Faris Sunday evening
at 9.30, They are both exceljcnt
young people, whto have jhe best
withes of their many old friends
as -well 'as tkeir newly, made ones,
alnce theyvhave.been among us.
'tW, B. Taylor, of Blue, Lick, call
ed in Saturday, to renew. He says
wheat, is fine along . 'Blackwa ter.'
He alaojtakM a bright view?- of
csWa condkiona. Me' says evei
thougi. k,coatlaua dry eora ; way.
aM hoWugi ataistwra., Ka tald
Mra. Annie Funk has' returned
j i i . . i . . i
a week) visit to her father, A. C. MV rrJes Look Like foirfit ne"
AflT IK ERU'T PACfKINC 1
Rtap a Worth Whllt Rtwird.
Here (a ubon-n lb way to paok rnp
frrtm for the hluh clnxn miirkeU.
Selected nnd flxwl xbvy are. Xbey
ire poenix or utiture. imkI the short
Mired furnter wfio get tbum ready
iftea rnokeM more on o crate tban the
eat: hatred poet mil km on a perfectly
good set of rcrnen.
First, of course, you mast hnro your
perfect berry, nnd .after thnt rv. care
Is too great to send It to m:irket to
Pollard.
Albert Pollard and daughter, Mra
Earl Simmons ( were visiting his
father, A. C. Pollard Friday, who
has been very sick, and his cond-i
tion remains about the same.
1
Quite a little excitement was
caused In our town Friday night
when a message was received at
the C. tt A., depot to havo an of
ficer meet tho plug to arrest a
man. Most everybody Went over
Including all the officers andSher
Iff naynlc only to find out a man
had refused to pay the extra toll
for not buying a ticket A little
explanation put things to rights
and a disappointed crowd went
home.
It is with unusual regret that
we wero unable to accept tho in
vitation of tho Missouri Pacific
Rail WAV to accomnanv tho Mis- I aanaiaa aiairr fob maker.
sour! editors in a "Seeing Mint tempting fashion. Clenn. crl-p Ikjx
souri" tour of tho state. The spc- Usue paper, preferably of a llRht
clai train loft St. Louis Monday wee" tint concentric urrniiKomcnt ol
mo-ilnr, nn.l l mnktntf n trln '.be layew and the pncklnjr of tbo boxeJ
, y, "... .. ' lu cmtes to prevent a slnfjle berry be
over the Missouri Pacific lines nK cnl.hct,' wj Muk 8Hlindanf 01,
witn smji, ui u. nuiu dlrldcnd-. tn tiny fruit grower.
The railroad not only rurnianos Education nnd wealth bare mnde tha
the train bat Is also "boarding," average consumer most fastidious,
the editors freo (during tho trip, tie or she on res no more to hare n
That ought to bp a snap for some lot of mixed up berries ladled out In
editors I Maybe that's tlhc reason bulk. Tho cost Is no object The qua!-
we regret missing, so much. y U the thing.
"While some complaints are be
ing mado clscwharp, put it down
that whero I llvo wo have had
weather ns nearly right as though
we had ordered It," remarked H. T.
Sandldge, of Shackclcford, Mo."
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EDUCATEDFARMERS.
Railroad King Says UnlUd Statss Can
Navar Hava Ovarsupply of Them.
Few men In the world know uioro
about farming ns n wealth producer
thnn docs James J. Hill, the rnltroad
"A few daya ago that sccUon was kK. ncnco lba e,trnct from an art!
visited hy a heavy rain. Now Clc of his In the Yale (collcgei News Is
everything Is green, and tho coun- well worth penisnl.
try Jooks well. Tho wheat crop Is "It seems prolmhle to mo." writes
made, and will bo the beat wo havo Mr. Hill, "that there nre n good many
had In several years. Corn Is be- hundred university graduates in this
Ing plowed over tho second time country every yenr who would be bet-
, 1 ,ii tor off If they bad shaped their studies
and ncvor looked more promising. wb vkw' ,0 n',,,,,,.,,, ,ndu,try
So wb aro not saying a word nnd taken thrlr diploma stmlght to the
against tho weather man, but on fnrm.
the other hand are smiling at such "There Is not nnd never will bo nny
very favorable conditions. I think ovcrsupply or educated farmers.
It would bo safo to sav that one "At the same time the man with a
could go clear across many of tho university education, supplemented by
irf-acre corn fields and not find Just surh practical Instruction ns he
a hill out So perfect is tho stand "gj
t u u , ui i.i i -i.i patlon. is ccrtnln of success on tho
Ul will Ulab in jiivwi:i-viu ihiiu-
farm In proportion to his ability and
ing along tho sldo of a field." industry.
Kansas City Drovers Telegram. "i do not think of nny other occupa-
tlon of whirl) these sweeping asscr
DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAIN "0M n i do not jenow or
f or IrUrnal and Exterrlal Pains. W ia Iwh,('h 11 1 more l",b,
jtlnue In connection with the main
n !- .,lrii, .business or earning a living thsn en
RIVER VIEW rtebment nnd enlargement or the mind,
nenry Vlebrock was trading in wnlrD ,s "w Kf ' university
Slater, Saturday afternoon. "nu 1 PeT ouBd Mwom real-
Orson King went to St Louis DM bpcn ef Mp(1
Wednesday wlUi a load of Jwgs. ..Ejtccpt fop tl0s0 wno hro
Mcsdamcs Bowler and nouman tbo acquisition or wealth nnd power
spent Wednesday and Thursday In their detlnlte aim In llfo I think the
Glasgow with friends. form offers advantages superior, to
Mr. and Mra. A. nuff were .trad- those of business or tbo professions."
Ing in Gilliam Monday. i ...............
J. A. nenatck waa a Slater vis- J MMHIHMIIMMIi
Itor Saturday.
Mra. J. P. Noff visited relatives
hero Eriday and was accompanied
home by her mother, who will
make an extended viait with her.
nugo Blumhorat went to Slater
Saturday.
A. Romke and Jease
Many things usad in dally llfo T
have to ba bought, but most of X
T aur troubiaa aro ha,inamsala.
An Effoetlvo Fly Trap.
Every garbage can and swill barrel
can be converted Into a fly trap If the
Henslck devlco Invented by Dr. Cllftea P.
wore transacting business at the Hodge of CUrk unlvaralty biological
oountv seat Mondav. oepanmcni do noopieev
Dr. Sharp waa in our midst Tucs
I The can or barrel ta fitted with a
lwaa iaklh t3t.fi.K nAMwIta t all vM
day morning. W At the top pt the cow U aa
J. R. Hctnrian apent a few days opening leading to a wire acreea fly
last week in Kansas City. j trap, and It Is a peculiar fact that
Little Lucy. Thornton who waa moat of tka fjkto entering the cap, fa
bitten by ! nog Tuesday is get-search of fooa" will choose to Bssba
ting along nicely., , tbelr exit at tho top of the can and
Frank Kfao and, son . were trad , tb. to he'r dMtb n the tnP-
ing In Gi Ham Wednoaday. ' .7 T .. .. L "IV . jl
Mr. and Mra. Theo WelJ went to th8fore an tn, used by.eTerybody.
n,m,0'or":i Orchard and Garden. i
ct a nuwr wiiv win wieir guesi
fpr a week. Don't sell all the good fruit Keep
P. M. DavJn ,aml wlfoworo,trad- some of the best for home use. Noth
ing with tlic Gilliam merchants on ,B? u to sood tor "our folks."
Tuesday 1 Tbe remedy fot penr and apple
Several from hero attended L O. J" ,to 0M? nd bnra the af-
O. F. decoration at Arrow Rock Tei,ed ,w,g" M "they appear.
c..j... . Few persona realize to what extent
t t mi tt . i j. a . fungous troubles are robbing the fruit
Mies Lillian nensick, spent Sat- r. and .rarmer.of the nreflU ht
urday and Sunday with aiater big labor. Spray.
inenas. , ln tno nbsenca isfa hearr fraH.Tli
Mrs. E. F. Detmor was slioppLnpr In tbo neccti orchard. ornate mtiauli I
In fl later Monday. ' done to insure trie-' greWrt' a ' woe-
. for furarefrHltlBg. '"
Dr. Shoemaker made a profes
sional call hero Friday. i
GOAL! GOAL!
Wc(will sell yotj coal for
thrhing or domestic use, at
very n lowest prkeg., -Yard;
,vyi or,iw a rsge ;mi.
. . ' . 'i 1 .T. ..
. Call and get our price, be
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i Remember that there ia -bo fertilt
for the . gardes that Cimpares wit
j wall "retted barnyard' nare. ' AppHj
nun'mt vn unm m,mj" unto 'mm
thaH. evea if the groaBa to net to 1
. 4awe4 mMI Mta. ' " T
AH frewers sre kept'ln bloom mack
Wager and the flowers are larger If
aet allowed, to forsa aceda. Ploch" off
erery , flower, as soop a It bagioa tot
rada This to especially true of aweet
peaa and psnaiee.
'Tha M.W aunraln, and w fair !
a pen the orcbaril of Mr. Carefni 'aar
BMa.taat if llr, ilack.Bt Mr. 8lwk??
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