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Thursday, July 29, 1911. Local Items P 11. Franklin returned Satur day from a fine Western trip. The Cretcher Woodmen will liavc ihnr Annual picnic on Saturday, Jniy 20th, all welcome. C. 13. Goodwin returned from a nice trip to Southaven, Michigan Tuesday. Mrs. Webster M. White is hack Trim a visit to her sister in Cellar JlstpUs, Iowa. Itlchnrd Piper and family of Mua hiWre, Okla., aro guests of Mar-nha-lt friends. .W. M. Wililto lias added a num ber of handsome now cases to his ntnrc equipment this week. V. II. Qodman and P. L. Grimes arc visiting C. T. Grimes and fam ily of near Slater this week. the at Mrs. Ilaydcn Colvcrt drew Kcnuino cut gloss water set WhJWs yesterday afternoon. Prank Pannell and wife were here from Iloustonla Tuesday hopping. Marshall now has a fourth feed yard, wfrich has Just baen C3tnb llnhtsd by Chas. Drown on the Brandcckcr lot on West Arrow. Sin. K. McK. Meyers and daugh ter. Miss Floy, left for Denver on Monday for n visit to the former's itbricr, Mrs. Frank Hooper. Wlloy Salycr, of Odessa, nnd Miss Kyra Schlcbcr, of Lexington, were married by Justice Fcrrll Monday afternoon. Maay sections of the county have hail showers which have done some Kood and lent hope for more to foHow. Mrs. C. W. Jones and children ol Shackelford ond Mrs. W. II. Godmau and family were visitors of Mrs. L. M. French of Nnpton from Friday until Sunday. Deputy 8. P. Keeth arrested Clar ceai Stephenson at Malta Den'd on m. charge of seduction. Ills trial Taeaday was continued to the 21(11, Satire Fcrrll will i!it on tho case. Oilico, f5 per yard nt .7. A . ' W li i 1 1 ",M t . Lc o n n r d ,M o. 2aV9c Mia bos Florian Yerby, Minnie Htrroll and Marcla Francisco, and Jfesrs. II. C. Francisco, Joshua Basrbco and M. Leonard left Tues day evening for a Tennessee river trip. Mrs. S. A. Grimes who has been viaillng her daughter, Mrs. L. M. French, of Napton for tho last saoxtth returned homo Sunday even Sag amd la now at tho homo of her ag-hter, Mrs. W. II. Qodman. Rev. M. Denny, coL, was here feaai Malta Bond yesterday and aid ftw united In marriago on July Henry llama and AnnaFlor two respected young folks of hi vicinity. W. T. Blakely camo In from Park City, Montana, Friday, and will viait at Arrow Rock a few weeks. Ma says everything is prosperous la his section. Dr. J. S. Richardson, represent lag h Central States Life Insur ance Co., has located here, coming from Pottadam, Mo, TJioy have five interesting boys who prom ise to swell tho attendance at tlia Christian Sunday School. 'We are pleased to welcome tlhcm, .Levi Smith, a prominent farmer ol Nolson, was hero Saturday and isttde us a pleasant calL ,Uo 'said fee would go to Excelsior Springs 1ta week for an extended stay tor hls health. Mr. Smith oxpectB iwp'n to rotlro from active work aad to enjoy tho fruits of his la honj in a well deserved rest. More Than' Satisfied ! We are more than satisfi ed with the results of our HOT WEATHER SALE! It goes to show that the people of Saline county know the bargains when they see them. Thousands of bar gains are being carried away. Bigger and better bar gains this week. Don't miss this opportunity to let us help your pocket-book. THE BOSTON STORE Hansberger & Arnold Co., Marshall, Mo. I MT. LEONARD Mrs. Gcorfjo Meyers of Slater, was a truest Wednesday ol Mrs. A. B. Cort. Ray Logan and wife of Kansas Mrs. F. Coleman has returned home from a visit to her father, Wm. Kiser of Blossor who is quite sick. Johnny Jones of Marshall was I ft 11 0 TO tlffllirJIl ihnd Kvo rtKit up to j JlfllraY 111 nllMrly n,ld "hacked lilm good and hard City and Mrs. Bertha Casey of a visitor hero Tuesday. Marshall were quests of relatives hero Friday. Dr. Tuttlo was a Marshall visi tor Wednesday. Mrs. walch of Slater was Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Combs spent Sunday in Kansas City. ' Austin Jonc3 who is represent Jnp; tho Buick Auto company was 'doinp; business in Slater and tCuestofMissMinnioHockensmith,Arrow Rock Thursday anl Fri Wednesday. aW- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spencer Wm. Flynn has accepted a pesi had tho pleasuro or entertaining tlon in Ul storo of Doo,in & Co a houso party of their irrand Mr. Krumsick and family and children which was much enjoyed Misses Frances and Agnes Tliomp by all, Those present wore Miss son attended, church at Salt Harriot and Hester Sponcor, of Springs Sunday. Kansas City, tho littlo Misses A car containing tho household Alexander of Marshall and tho goods of John Hall of Slater was young son of H. C. Spencer, of unloaded at this place Tuesday. Kansas City. H. C. and W. H. Mr. Hall expects to open a storo Sr-oncer camo down from Kansas at Cretcher in tho now M. W. A. City and broko up tho party by building. taking tho children homo. i Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Prior of Grand mother Dowden return- Marshall were visitors at tho ed homo from Kansas City Thurs- homo of Miss Mary King rriday.,j day night where sho has been1 visiting relatives. I Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S O A S TO R I A Among Our Friends. The following renewed or are mw subscribers this week, New asabacribeM marked by a star. F. W, Pianneil, Houstonia. J. Wi Larson, Bakeratleid, Cal. Waiter Pile, Blue Lick. 'Mx. R, Irvine, Moberly. "Mass Joe Scott, Cheney, Wash. ' 'JJriat Windmeyer, New .Haven. ?X L, Itogws, Grand PaM. joaa HoJlaway. U. S. Navy. W. T. Watoeiey, Park OJty, Moat. a)Uu.,.Y Skul.'T.a.TiiU, II' " Cafe. rLmvi Stnitni, BxeakVw SpiincB " w m tow 'i a 1 4 W. H. Wilson and wife were Marshall visitors Thursday. Mrs. Rilla Neidick and daugh ter Emma Taylor of Oklahoma City, Okla. are visiting friends hero this week. F. M. Smithorman and family of Moxico, Mo., aro visiting Mrs. M. S. Gentry tho first of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Deal an- CASTOR I A Jto iXafcat. aai-CbiUrk TM KM Yh Hiti Always lucM Sean, the Signature of Official Schedule Jefferson City, July IB. The re vised official itinerary nnd schedu nounco the birth Of a son, Sunday ies of the official Missouri "road July 16, 1011. , finders" wSo will loavo Kansas Ulty lanu i. IvOuih on tno morning cuAPirci rnon of July 21' t9 lnsPct tho thrce onrCLirUKLI routes under consideration for the M?Q Hnlnn Prinn nf Mnralinnll CHOSS fitato highway Were COmplet- . . ., .... TT.1I.. I spent Friday and Saturday at this - piaco mo guusi oi v,eai anu ju- tls W. Hill. Slops, except for meals iso Cooper. and tlio night will not bo over five Mrs. James Weaver and herl! IZ'TJXl daughter, tthel, roturnod homo dlvl8lon nd commissioner mil thu luosday altor several days visit Kansas City division. with her daucrhter in Slater. I The Kansas City division will M500 Clvnn nf K-oncc nu JD loave the Midland building at 8 a '44W MJtf U aVMH UlJl l T 1 Oi . . i the guest of her gi-and parents, n l w,f, h t indoin.ioneo ato.40 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew King. J KOinif thence to Buckner, Levasey Miss Catherine Larue, of Mar. and Lexington, where dinner will shall, was the guest of Miss Ag. J18' r"co .to, ,u?uw . ri,rtmM, c, ana cno oiai u-onieueraio nomvj nes Thompson Sunday. nlBpWmrn. minPwniford and Father Jenning, recently of this Marshall, where the night will be nlace. but now of Slater, came un spent. Marshall will bo loft at Tuesday to . visit Father Griffut -4n' S?Vhf"c!-,!l and Andy Judge aad family. - rr Cd3'Tan" Mrs: Ruth Duncan and daugh- City party will Join the St. Louis. ton Mrs. Myers of Kansas City, division. are vuwung irieatw nere. Tho Immortal Q. Hope Talks to tho Fair Sox. TELLS THEIR LONG HISTORY. L He Biglnt With ths Carcftn of Eden and Trae Evtntt Down to Datt, Evin Coming to th Dtftnta of Lu- I crotla Corgi and Htr lit of Polton. y M. QUAD. (CopyrlRht. 1911. by AocUted Literary 1TCB4.J Dli:3 AND OKNTI.fiStKN-My renuirl.-s Ihls evmhiK will be nriil remtl directly (o the Indies. I nrrlvcil here Iwn thiin nn hour'nKO In jio mud n nil rnlu to krep (IiIh niK)iitniunt, but I nm full of mi UiuHlnmii. My uuuluiice uuiulivni only snvoutccn. countlnt; two ih'iif men, ami tho receipts im mily $1.10, but Q. Hoie cannot l;e iiiviu lied. I nm hero tonight on lu'linlf of the downtroriilon xox, a m'x tlutt litis l evu kept In biinilnps for th'iiHiimls of yin anil luiHii't quite thrown off thu yoke yet. Turn bncli with me to the Knt'ricu of Eden nnd llnd Kv. Hlu iuue there lu liunillliitlon. She wuh it. nteil frrin Mis,. Margie Haas of Slate.llriVlMltw's aaaat Sudv witk Mark Coownr '-i' i'Wr wr.'m ii,fc I t 11... aav iauy,, - .J, .;:jaa. Uti wknt to the Plain. , on . ti! ' B TtptHKI'VQL(iS l-lATI WHAT KVB BHOtJLD IUVK DONE. ono of Adam's ribs, and It was a rib ho could snare and not feel it. Tho Intention from the very start was to mako him tho bis "It" and her the small ono. Was it any wonder that sho went around In hmnblo nttltudo and wus ex pectod to look up to old Adam as a tin kod? And ho bossed her. lie ran tho ear den. IIo was high cock-a-doodle-doo around, there, lio wanted this done and that done, and ho was going to rclso a row If It wasn't, and within a month bo had that little woman as scared as a rabbit. with two dogs after lm. Hoaxed and nagged and lorded W.iAeani did. and' set nn example that ,-other men hnve, folfowcd to this day. Woman FolliWad Examala. K The second woman on earth saw how fho first one bad to knuckle down, and sbe followed suit; Probably Mrs; Adum tokl her that she must do It or have The, tBe a i -taiae jtaiMg. aaa wero you got me Key Si Wlb slavery of the sex. Thty bo wed thalr idA to tk boaaca n4 broHglM. WhatwMld'.bat' kMa nhA va ai. aaa v sutfo uv v wi hi uw 1b the hou all tb time, p .nkiM-aad foartb'WWSMSswe' toM' .Vdaui with a club? I know, and you know. Sho would huvo called his bluff, and he I would have coino off tho perch. 11 luff- ing was Adam s trump cum, and most every husband hits followed lu his tracks. In tho old days thcro were men, cat tle, sheep nnd women. They were ap preciated In the order named. If a cow belougltiK to one of the big "Its" got choked to death on n turnip It was a loss of 80 cents. If ono of his wives died of sickness he gave bcr a fifteen cent funeral nnd went out and drovo In two to replace her. King Had Long Head. Tho women weren't saying a word as yet, but thcro wits n certain king who got scared for fear they would and Issued nn edict that all femalo In fants should bo put to death. IIo was n long headed old chap. IIo foresaw what would begin to happen aloug tho last of tho nineteenth century- Tho aim nnd object of the "It" for thousands of years was to keep wom an down. Sho wasn't supKscd to know enough to tako n turu around tho wood pile on a dark night. If sho showed any gumption hIio was beaten and driven to tho fields to lion beans. Evory "It" bad from 10 to 100 wives. They were cheaper than sheep, and they were humbler than cats. Let ono of them open her mouth In the prcs enco of tho "boss" and thcro was a mysterious dlxappearanro next day. Sho was too fresh too gabby. If al lowed to go on sho would soon bo talking about her "rights." Oh, yes, I will admit there were n few exceptions. Wo find hero and there a woman who rose and got to ho somebody, some of them to bo queens. What wns the reason of It? Because they got to know how to use poisons, and the basse beennte afruld of them. When the head of the shan ty has reason to fear that he will get something worso than bilious colic If ho steps on his wife he's going to shy off. Justified In Uilng Potion. T.ttcretla Doivln lt:iy been hold up to execration boi-attsx slii wnutpil her rights and got them by way of the poison route, Sho Iimh Invn defamed. That was her only nvapwi in tlnwe days, (tut) hIh felt Jiistlil. il In unlug It. At any rate, after she hud disposed of some tlfteeu "Its" the ciiukc of wo man's rights begun to look up. nnd It was coni't'ritMl that woiuau might have an ounce or two of bruins, Rome let a few women pop to the surface, but held millions dowu. Qrvet-o win u little more liberal, but wanted to boos tho fashion of dress. The bosses hadn't let go when the pil grim futhera landed. The value or a wife had raised from !!0 cents to 1. but she must he very humble nuri not express her oplulon on the weather. Tho first thing those fathers did was to thank God for their safe arrival, tho next sixty-six laws applying to wo men ouly. Today, even In the pro gressive state of Now York, there are twenty-eight lawn to humiliate woman and make her understand thut she has not equal rights with uau. iB "If Loe.e His Bluff. A new day has dawned, .howoxer. The big "It" has lost moat of, his bluff. n Is Beelng tho handwriting on the wall. Ho Is hedging. He flndtt It hard to let go of a good thing that has been mailing right' along for thousand of years, but he is comlag to It. II .kaowB b. nust give the ballot Ja .taa etair ser. t&t' ha waata tiaM t Mtat It lias been skiw In coining. mt It i: here. Woman Is being recognized a a fellow crrntnre. W nre elNcorcrlnir. that she tins n share of the brains. The time has come when m!ic must be consulted In nil things, from the selling of the family d6g to the election of a president. I sec tlie fat man on the front seat hitching nround uneasily, I.ct him not bo afraid. I don't mean that when ho gets home tonight he will bo met with n crack on the coconnut from n broom stick, but I do mean thnt his days of bluff are over. He has pot to consider his wife n'pnrtncr Instead of n dmdgo nnd n slave, Advleo For Votnn. I don't menu that any of you wives should start for the nearest drtnr storo tomorrow to buy arsenic to mix with ten or coffee, but that you should calm ly assert yourselves, ltd for you to mix In. Man Is going to keep t lit? ballot from you Just as long ns ho ran, becntise the day when you go to the polls Is the end of many things for him. Hut keep talking, keep pttlilng, keep but ting In. Don't let the pancakes grow cold. If this world had been created for the hole benefit of man Ere would not hnve come along ns Adam's side part ner. She did come, nnd she I entitled to certain rights nnt. benefit. Man has played the hog too long. He must be made to rilvli' up. It won't do him any hurt to take n back sent for nwhllo and let you wom'ti run tho show. In deed, ho may gel some pointers to ben efit him. Ladles nnd gentlemen, this concludes the performance this evening. I am billed for Cabbage Hill tomorrow night nnd mint be on my roiid. I wish I had some moving pictures to qhow you how woman has moved from the foot to thu head, hut you know nil about It Lnvo and honor your husband, but when It comes to the obeying part seo that ho does his half or ilNsolvo tho partnership. H Had Hopet. Owen Wist or. In addition to being nn author, has acquired some celebrity as a wit Ho was being shaved In n 8t Louis hotel while returning from a trip to tho west some tlmo ago, and tho barber who was attending to his needs apparently had been out tho night before. His hand was very shaky, and several times tho author winced. "Will you hare anything on your faco when I get through?" the barber Inquired when the ordeal was almost over. "I can't tell yet." mumbled WIster, "but I hope to have part of my none." -Philadelphia Times. Held Tight. ? j In reaping tho rewards of mar- C ricd llfo the average man finds x that matrimony Is mora of a binder than a rcatver. New York v Times. -Hf'$44-i-w$4-t Quit the Reverse. "Did your father ever ruUo bU hand to you, Illllyr asked Tommy. "Hundreds of times," said Hilly. "But It wasn't that that bothered me. Wbero I got stung was when b brought It down." Harper's Weekly. way yoqr husaanOo.'? Dfera bmh oc aVwMB laveat It?' Why shaitlaa Charity. nusband What on earth are yo collecting all thoso old pacrs for? Wife I'm going to send Thomas out to give them to the poor. They'll be so nice to light their furnace fires with. Punch. The Campaign Portrait. I eaw a picture ot man With lotty brow and saintly eye That eepinnt this world ot ours to scan In qumt or omo fair parmllae Where all wont J hl the wtadom deep Ills lli. Juat parted, sremrd to fram. Yet vlslUnce that knew not aleep Into hlaruit exprmilon came. A hi- In wliate'er may come, Thoush vuilnit dnHrat bo the iramaw Willi rouraRH nt for martyrdom And cnutlon to uvoM that earns! In raiclnatlon still 1 tra;t-. For It depicts man's perfect state Whose vot nttnltrncnis nuit nmnie The portrait ot a tarvJIiWle, Washington Star. Wint and (or Sale (olurai RESIDENCE CIIEAP-Do you want to move to town and edu cate your children? New six-room residence with two acres of land adjoining, within one block of Central Wesloyan College, War renton, Ma, ona of tho best col leges In Missouri, wiUl bo Bold to settle estate at $1039 or a littlo leas If Bold by Sept. 1st. Apply to J. J. Witt, Marshall, or Mrs. Mary Hellert, 'Warrenton, Mo. BOYS A treasure cheat, full of him dneda of dollars In 'hard cash 1 The trail to It, any wlde-awako boy can follow. Don't worry any long r where to got real money or whatever article you want. Come to tmo and. get it. Parents Investi gate! for this self-same road has lad many a boy to a bank account. Coma with your boy if you choose. Come early. THOMAS VAWTER, 341 E. Yerby St. Marshall, Mo. STRAYKD Ona bay mare mute ffiur yaara old. about slxteca hands kifckv braad4so latt ovdder aad . up a good excuat. Li - .( k.i. $ There K aa oil saw; . "Wires, h?- ,TTt iiL 3 ft 4 41 i 4 Wm aaarffalt; SjMriir ,wMa iat( aaaa, Iafmati wlU ; award - dVr' g.;',T.Wtta ?.af(MMat 1 k .. ST 1 . -J " " . 1 It ' J A'