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' V ' f 'JT MARSHALL I&PUBLICAN Thursday', August 31, 1011. .1..J .. ouaBBJU(xEXoeocrrx3ocsHE3o I County News 1 MALTA BEND Ernjst Wilson, wlfo and son, went to Kansas the latter part of laBt waelc for a ten days visit with relatives. ( The Misses James nro hsro visit ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Gentry were Marshall visitors last Monday. Grant Bush left last Tuesday for a visit with his father In Ohio. Dr. Holt returned home from Kansas Saturdny evening after a week's visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frarik Blackburn were attending tho fair nt Mar shall Wednesday. Misses Artie Carter and Wtlln Adams attended tho fair at Mar shall last Friday. Miss Ncttlo Klnamon visited her nlcci!, Mrs. E. D. Williams at Mar shall several days last week. Reuben Cook and sister, Rhoda, returned home from a visit with friends at Dover Monday. A. W. Kapp was In tho county scat last Wednesday. Mrs. Ethel Thornton spent sev eral days with relatives In Kan sas City the latter part of last week. Among thoso that woro attend ing tho fair at Marshall on last Thursday were Perry Wilson and sons, Horbort and dcorge, Steve Prazce, Arch Dcrkard, Joe New ton and Wado Lento. Mrs. Humphrey of Oram! Pass spent Saturday with her son, Geo. Humphrey and family. Misses Esther and Flossie Plat ncr spent Wednesday In Marshall. Kvorctt Fulton Was trnsactlng business In Marshall last Monday. Mlss Draco Sailor loft last Wed nesday for Kansas City where she will s n "trained nurse. Tho W. C. T. XL's gave a social nt tho homo of Mrs. Walker Mor ton's last Tuesday afternoon. Quito n largo number woro present and nil enjoyed n nice time. Misses Clara and Annlo Stock man returned homo from Colora do Springs Saturday morning whore they have been for several months on account of Miss Annies health. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shafor spent Wednesday and Thursday In Marshall. Miss Haines, who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs, R C. Potter, for n vcok roturnod to har homo in Marshall Saturday. Mrs. narry England and daugh ter, Edith returned homo Thurs day morning nftor a two weeks visit with rolatlvos In Morgan county. Mr. Edwards and son of Arkan sas spent Thursday with Porry Wll son and family. Joo Dockard and wlfo spent Saturday night and Sunday with the former's paronts, A. V. Dcck rd nnd family In tho bottom. Herbert Ransbcrger .and wife of Mt Leonard spent Sundoy with the lattor's paronts, Evorott Ful ton and wlfo. Master Wllllo nnd Vorno Nye were In Marshall last Thursday attending tho fair. Ill 1 mm W CSS H HI EVERY wonian loves prelly Hose; you will find them here. Wc sell the ONYX brand, the hosiery worn by dressers everywhere. The Store that Sells WOOLTEX. THE newest models in sil L waists, quite a large col lection to select from. Ah some wash waists unusually pretty. DRESSES Beautiful new dresses in Serges and Messalines. The very latest new Fall styles. A splendid group of charming dresses for early buy ers. SUITS High-grade man-tailored suits of extra quality. A suit to suit every fancy suits particular women will want to wear now. The best efforts of skilled, competent tailprs who are constantly trying to get the best in tailored suits for our store. Every garment can rightfully be termed "hand made." COATS Popular new coats at unusual prices. We are turning trade con ditions to your advantage in the coat section. See that you get your share of the savings. mEHI3HBE0l3ElI50EESEl SEPARATE skirts arc in great demand. The mod els arc very good and the I I .:f..i r ,i QUIUII13 UCUUIilUli VUllll UIIU innlf rf 'vmf r flr.l5nn. I ' H tyic ?si(Lr Marshall, Mo. HjHH v m ED in 10 ri sac Hi . 0 E E 301C g E : ixi raEI El ter called on Mm. J II all Saturday. Suppose all the schools will take up the fourth' of September. Mrs. John Rhldlj took tin sec ond prlo at the fair on darning. Mrs, Tom Lewis and daughter were calling Saturday evening on Mrs. Pit Bell. CASTOR I A for Infants and Children. Tlii KIM Yn Have Always Bwtft Boars tho Blgnaturo of Well Contract Let The contract for drilling a new city well was let this week to O. 0. .Wilson, of St. Louis, who wilt move his equipment hera from Columbia, Mo., at onco and be gin work. Tha price at which tho con tract was let was $2.50 it the city will furnish the light, power and water needed while the work 1$ being done, otherwise It la to be $2.75. Mr. 'Wilson recently drilled a well at the State University and two nt Ccntralia, nnd his work Is said to have given satisfaction nt both placet. The location of the new well has not boon decided, but tin indica tions arc that it will bo near the electric light house on n lot be longing to tho city. Slatir Hustler. 0 won 0 ri urc by wearing a Hen- F dcrson Corset. In all ri stances they improve the fig- m urc FOR SALE Seed Rye, Mammoth White Seed Wheat, PurcFuItz and Malakoff About the 20th. to the 25th or AuRust wc shall have in a car of those two varieties of wheat. Tho seed is absolutely pure, free from smut, client and all noxious weed seed. They are strictly northern grown and of the most improved strains. We have samples now in store. Call and sec them. 32tf LEONARD SEED CO. 8 man -I- inn -i- Kim -i win 3 V I W SWEET SPRINGS J. C. Marmaduke of Seattle, Wash will return to his homo this week accompanied by his mother. J. Q. Robinson Is h-jre visiting his daughter, Mrs, J. K. -Long. Ho U accompanlod by his daughter, Mm. Maggie Allen. School opens horo Monday, Sept, 4th. A numbor or pupils from tho ' county arc- finding boarding places Wm. Blmrall who has been In the Mines near Baton, Now Mexico, nearly all summor Is at homo. Mr. and Mrs. John Cormack nad two daughters of Bartelsvllle, Okla. have been visiting tho famlllos of John Hlcklln and Oscar Carmack. Miss Roso Falkerth who has been In Topeka, Kansas, tho past year U spending hpr ten day vacation t home. Rov. W. S. Trader returned homo Monday having concludod tho two weeks series of meeting at the New Iloroo Church, northwest of town. IS, nnil MV. O. A. nnllnwnv tit Independence are visiting their ffctnar, x. u. uorry. (Mr. and Mrs. Rlloy Haggard and Irs. P. v. Brooking left Saturday nr their, home In Caldwell. Kas. Ed Widdor and family who have been llvlnir at Falrvlew. Okla., tor Jh past 13 years have returned to iMioun o uve. r OpiWii dry ARROW ROCK Clurk Swlnnoy of tho county was transacting business here Tuesday morning. Mrs. Al Dodta of Sdalln Is u guost ait tho homo of Will Coff man. Rev. T. L. Powol preached last Monday night nt tho Baptist church. S. E. Fisher and family attended the fair In Murshall Thursday. W. S. Shemwell li in Cooper county building n now rcsldenco for L. A. Wllmarth. Ton auto loads of peoplo passed through town Wednesday morn ing and were Joined here by four more loads wno wero traveling over the Central route fromlloon- vllle to Marshall In tho Interest of tho Santa Fo Trail nad Stato nigh way. Jack Dysart from north of town was horo Thursday. Mrs. S. II. VanArsdell who spent the past week with her husband In Springfield returned hero on Thursday. Quite a number of young peo plo were entertained horo Thurs day pight by Ralph Shemwell and sister, Ruth, at their home. Dif ferent kinds of games woro en gaged in and all spent a plonsant time. Dr. Mcdulro was called to see Carl Grimes nt Mt. Loonard Thurs day. Mr. Grimes has been sick for tho past throe or four weeks with typhoid fever. Earl Martin wife and O. P. Mar tin made tho round trip to Glas gow Friday in their auto. The Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. R. nubbard was burled at tho cemetery here Friday. Mrs;4 nubbard is reported as getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs, Hamilton ot Sla ter arrived Saturday for a visit at the homo of Matt Schwab. Mesdames Parlloo Bingham, Gib son Scott and Harold Turley went to Marshall Saturday In tho Cott machine. Dan Kuhn returned Saturday from Indiana. Misses Kate and Mary Swlnney ot the county were tpwn visitors Saturday 'and Miss Ruth Shemwell accompanied them home for a short Visit, , t , ; ;j S. Hogge arrived homo Sat urday from an extended stay in Colorado, J, M. Watts and son, Hal, who visited at the homo of D. . L. Watts a tew days left Thursday for their homo in Kansas City. Rov. D. L. Morltz filled his reg ular appointment Sunday ut the German Evangelical church. W. S. Shemwell und wlfo were called to Blackwatcr Sunday to sco Boss Shemwell who is very low. D. Lawless, wlfo and' daughter, Miss Leo and Pros Eades and fam ily went to Marshall Friday In tho Lawless auto to attond tho fair. E. V. Davidson and wife were dinner guests Sunday at tho homo of W. B. Dlggs. Joo Aucr of Marshall ws in our midst Sunday morning. .A MIAMI GRAND PASS Rev. W. Grote, ot Wavorly, lec tured In the M. E. Church recent ly to a large and appreciative au dience. His work as a preacher as' City and other cities, malting an effort to carry tho religion of Jesus to tho prisoners and to cause them to repent, also to so live that when tholr torms expire In prison life they may bo useful Christians and the world bo made tho better; also that they may do more for tholr families who have to endure such hardships whllo they are away. Rev, Grote made a statement that Governor nadley gave him many prlviled gca and opportunities ot preach ing to tho convicts. Rev. Grote also gives a welcome to all who neod advice, help and Christian aid in his homo in Kansas City whore ho and his noblo wlfo and child will reside after September on 9235 Poplar Ave., Kansas City, Mo. The wulk on Collego strejt Is bring -rapidly finished this wc-k ,nd will bo ready for ilia school folks next week. lit) Haynio and wlfo (Irivr over Sunday , from yarshall to utt uJ. II. funeral services of M. Vlr I, i. i.i Swltzar. Jas. Waldcn hud tha mUfortiinc to drop a barrel ot water on me of his fpet last week greatly mash ing the member and causing muJi pain. Mr, and Mrs, Bube Gauldln, rela tives of Mrs. Swltzcr camo over to hcrc'funer.l Sunday. ' J. .'"Webster whtlo assisting In the song servlco at n tunor.il be came1 overcomo with tho heat (fuel fell In a fainting condition but was quickly restored again. Miss' Sophie Ulrey suffered quite a severe apoplectic spoil Monday nf tcrnoon while sowing and had a hard fall. Miss Imogcnc Wobster will re turn Sunday to Nashville, Tenn., to resume her school duties. er and daughter, Mary, attended their relatives' funeral In Miami Surday. Week End and Sunday Ex cursion C. Si A. R. R. has on sale for all trains Saturday and Sunday (ex cept tho Hummor) a 42.60 round trip rate good till S a. m. Mon day (all trains except tho hummer) to Kansas City. Also f 1.50 rate going and returning on Slator ac commodatlon same date. Leave Kansas City 0.30 p. m. . O. E. Hawthorne, Passenger agent. OAK RIDGE Several of tho young people of this community attended the fair at Marshall last week. 'Whllo Asa Duncan was taking In tho fair at Marshlal ho had tho mlsfortuno of losing his horse. Somo women woro driving fast I and run one of their buggy shafts Into Asa's hors;. Hrnvnr nnd Sum Iclohpfirt nr rived Saturday from Dale, Okla., -narioy uuncan was a oiun-r confessing that good old Saline caller Saturday with a livl of Is the host place to live. Their peaches. y parents and sister, Rosa have gone' J. Wilson Is making dully to Montana to live. I trips to Slater with water melons. irt bi,i' J no. W. Ways was transacting that Utpr William, so much ap- Lester il. Ransberger PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and Repaired 18 years Practical Ex perience. Very best Professional References MARSHALL, MO &O0CSSXKOCsS3OXDCCsIS3OC3 ECZEMA BUDmA Mil BbUKW IV mmm wbru I Mf cured. 1 nmui JuM mbit I tar O-U-K-K-D. and not mrl ilrtml op tor swum, to mam wona Ihna Dtfor. iwnimwr i toua uua orma cUteowntirwrtxiltlMtea jMnof nf Urn oa IklB btiKluu In the ntmui uma annrwr CiU drrwllul UIwam. Mo op dmm mil o( k inllllao cm of H do not nra hM ill rou hT owO, nor bo nujr Oartora ban told 7011 Ul ruu couWl not b cnr4 tlllukli )utt a c burnt l (bow jm thU I know DAY. 1 will MOtTytMi PMnU TRIAL ot tat xnXmU oouun. goareniMa cur uu win coqtidc tsorr In tUr Uu I or nrone ttoa covld In raoDta' Urn. If oa ar dliuMed ana dUraarand. I dars rau loglre m a cbancw to pro to ray rlalmaw II r wnuiutnto-daF rouwiu ojornaora rralc proves ot shoould ba brought to Miami and oiled and sharpened up so as ato got in its work on some mlscheivious boys who have start ed reports that alarm tho citizens to a great extent. While really there Is no PRAIRIE VIEW Mrs. Chas. Durnert Is on the sick list dgatn. Mr. and Mrs. J, W, Dcmoss went toK anaaa City Sunday evening for Mrs. DeMoss to get her fall milli nery. Miss Vie Stivers of Kansas City spent several days the first of the week with Miss Katherlne Fletcher Clarence Taylor was calling on his best girl Sunday evening. Thore is lots ot tillc about the state road In this community, Somo say It will bj a good thing and some say It will make It hard truth or foundation to on the poor people. It. Last week a boy came running 1 , , ' up from the river saying Raymond with a "no calf which h .sold to Thorpe was drowning and many Irca,. 1 Iros. for $20 las wctfk. men ran from their place of busl- f Archie Dee was calling on h.s ncss in a fright to rescue the loy. b W Sunday evening. The -alarm was false. Last Sat-, Tony Qelger was over the Ridge urday night whlle a trick mule was ltt9t Weok tr ln to bu performing on our streets word SJniothlng. was brought to mothers that a boy was kicked by the animal and was dying. Sovcral anxious moth ers ran frantically to town to see If IfSvas her boy, only a JoYebut too serious. The "Lily" Is doing fins' work in .our vicinity and putting lights ,along tho shoro. fort than yoQ had mr thouctit Ihlt woiil hold far raa. Jutttirltaod jrouwia M 1 im kUlsc jq Um truth. v 0r.J.LCaarJ4 QsoUyoa daabttttr sv t tKtan lo t-i thU it-xle to tosw JESTER Will Ilaxel was visiting his sis ter. Mrs. John Noble the latter part of tho week. Wo enloyed tho rain that tell m Sunday night. Cecil Monley was driving in the Lowis Chrlsman and son, Joe, neighborhood Sunday afternoon. ot near Miami and Dr. F. W, Swltx- Mrs, John Qllmore and daught. Kg Await GraiMkaef talaa. Oecv. maloritvof mti Fal4 k!Mla. liMMti 'mt li la, Wiiia t-fi jt aoatiRi, iihuwi4 MfWUt. tfc. Urn Urn, US, IB. I SPILLS CHKHESTP DIAMOND XS5tm. BRAN TJ V din. LA.SI8S Atk m Kmond Gold tactaUU sobboa maahl for cni-riinariSRU yv SICmu In Mkd anda bote. aeald with Bluc0 , a.i ,k tLM r 11 i.c li rf a.T km a V IAUVNB HUANB I'lI.La, for twntT-S ycara rcgrUl a Btit.Safctt, Awy UelUblc SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A EVERYWHERE llsKiiii FLOUR.