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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, November 30, 1911, Image 1

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VOLUME XX.
MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911,
NUMBER 48
1M(MA'I&aia, . , 1
AT THE NEW STAND!
, Fully prepared for business at the
new locution, northwest corner square,
(next door to Til lory's).
We invite all to come and trade with
us. Will treat you right. Gome in and
sec the lightest and brightest grocery in
the city.
F. W. MILES,
North Sitlo Square.
Phono 11. MarNluill
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DEATHS
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ANNA LI2E BENNETT, tho llttlo
daughter of Mr. nncl Mrs. C. A.
Bennett, died nt the homo of her
parents In Highland nddltion
at 2 n. m. last Thursday, Nov. 23d
of yellow Jnundlco after nn Ill
ness of several days, aged 3 yearn,
eight months And 17 days.
This llttlo girl was takon away
after slie had endcarod herself to
her loving parents, which makes
tho loss a sovcro one for them and
they hnvo tho heart-felt sympathy
of our people.
Funeral services were held at
tho homo ,oy Rev. B. T. Wharton,
after which tho remains wcro ten
derly Jald to rest in Ridge Park
cemetery
LEO FRANCIS SEWARD, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Soward, died
at the homo of his parents in Sla
ter last Sunday evening after ,n
brief illness, at tho ago of twenty
years.
Tho funeral services, conducted
by Father M. F. Jennings, were
held at tho Catholic church Wed
nesday morning at ten o'clock and
his remains laid to rest in the Cltv
cemetery. i
Tho deceased was nn cxcmnlnrvi
oy who was born and raised In
thin community and irraduntodi
from our public schools in the class
of 1010. Rustler. i
nnd four boya, ono boy of whom
died in Infancy. '
Tho younir man had a amnl'l
nlmnlo on tho lower Hn. which ht
scratched, causing a very small
and insignificcnt sons place, from
which that dreadful malady'
blood poisoning started, nnd In
a few short days brought him to
his death.
Everything tho skilled physl
clnn, loving parents and dovoted
sisters and brother could do wos
done, but to no avail, and that
mysterious something wo call
doalh Intervened nnd, let us say,
nil in well.
Tho funeral was 7eld at the resi
dence two miles northeast of town
Monday afternoon In tho presence
of a very largo number of sor
rowing and symnnthlslnc frlondn.
and was conductod by Rev. a. E.
shaniclln of tho Christian church.
Tho family has tip docpest sym
pathies of the entire community
In this sorrow. Sweet Springs
Herald.
New Piano Dealer.
J. W. Allen and J. L. Neclcy have
rented a store room In the Martin
block and are puttin? in n fine line
oi pianos. ijic7 win carry the
Hnllet k Davis. Conwav nnd I.ex-
Lngton j bnos nnd will be open fo-
business about Dec. 16th. Mr. Allen
says his family wil1 arrive shortly
to make this their hot.
Medical Association
600
Charles Logan Scott Dead.
Charles Loiran Scott was born
.Tim. On ICftA wl .11... t T... . n
. w v, igini, 41IIU U1UU iUV, IB.
lBii-ngou 15 years, 4 months
nnd 28 days. IIo was the nan of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Scott, nnd
was one of a family of seven girls
Real Estate Transfers
S C Mead to Joseph Llncbcrv
lots, 1 to 4 block 11 Bakers
addition Slator ...
Addle J fc Nettle Bridges 6
acres In 11-51-20
W M Lynch to Sam and Ever
ct Lynch 1 aero In 21-10-23
L W Scott to W O Akors lot
0 block 30 College addition
Marshall
Howard P Short to R T Barks
dalo lot 1 block 1 Slater ...
Kdwln II Merry to South An
nie Thomas 0 and 10 block
27 College 400
Samo to Joel L. Crows nnd
wifo lot 7 and 8 block 27
Colecdge 400
' TJie Saline County Medical Asso
ciation hold Its monthly mcotltiT
tho court houso Tuesday of last
wcok, Dr. A. E. Gore presiding.
TJicro was a fair nttendnn-o.
The name of Dr. 0. A. Aklns,
of Malta Bend, was njtad upon
ana na was admitted as n new
member.
The program was earriad out as
announced soma tlmo ago, j
The next mcetlntr will be at the
same plasa, at 1 p. m. Dee. 12th,
with the following program :
"Pneumonia, Its natholoirv nnd
Diagnosis," by Dr. d. A. Aklns, of
Ainitn Bond.
'-'Its Treatment," Dr. L. I. Shuck,
oi .cison.
3750
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1000
The State Burenu of Vital Statls
tl:s rcnort 30 birth In Rnilnn .in
ing September; nnd 10 deaths from
the followlrv? causes : typhoid fev
er 1; consumption 2; diseases of
the heart 3; children under year 1;
other deaths 0.
Miss Annio Ewlne, who was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. M. E.I
Brandon, several weeks, left this
week for Salt Like City. From
there she will jro to Snntn Cruz nnd
later to Loo Angeles to spend the
winter,
Br.
Price
Cream
Mmdm from grmpm Crmmm of Tmr
farj akmmtufmiy frmm from mlum.
For sixty years American house
wives have found Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder a guarantee of light
pure and wholesome food.
Mrs. R. L. Bryan is recovering
from a severe Illness. Mrs. Abblc
Davis and Miss Lnur.i II rvnn u'r
here from Malta Bend last week
assisting in caring for her.
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" J" cycoiKiii, uon L im&s mis opportunity to consult
Dr
HERMAN
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...... w u.. win oe in Marshall, Mo., again in the front parlor at the Ruff Hotel I
6 DaysDecember 11 to 16 Inclusive 6 Days I
1 Commencing Monday, December 11th up to Saturday Night, December 16th. I
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Examination and Consultation is
Absolute! v Fr.
Dr. Lieber will test your eyes FREE OF
CHARGE with bis latest improved scien
tific instrument with which .he .looks at
your eyes and correctly discovers the exact
eyeglasses or spectacles you require.
Dr. Lieber's Famous Azurean
Lenses
Will fit the weakest eyes and relieve the
severest headaches. All our citizens or
any of their children suffering with bead
ache or any eye weakness, also those re.
quiring reading, sewing or distance spec
tacles, should not miss seeing the Cele.
bratod Eye Expert, who comes highly
recommended by some of our most promi
nont citizens.
Examination and Consultation is
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Pf-jy?,151; wil test yur eyes FREE OF
CHARGE with his latest imnroved scien
title' instruments with which be looks at
your eyes and correctly discovers the ex
act eyeglasses or spectacles you require,
Wearing the Wrong Glasses
If your present glasses fail to give you
ease and comfort there's something
wrong. ARE YOUR GLASSES RIGHT?
THAT'S A VITAL QUESTIOTON YOU and
should bring you to see Dr. Lieberat once
he would like to discover unusual eye de
fects, the kinds that puzzle the average
eye specialist. "IF YOUR GLASSES YOU
WILL HAVE GOOD SIGHT."
Success Has Crowned Dr. Lieber's:
Work
he has been successful in numbers of dif
ercnt cases that others have failed on.
IT IS THE SATISFACTORY FITTING
with his azurean glasses that goes to
SSr ifoSSPU011- THE GRINDING
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mcntsare made with very sensitive in
struments. Di. Lieber's zurean lenses
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skill and scientific training.
-4,JvrAI,M EXAMINE YOUR EYES AND
Dr. Herman Lieber. St. Louis. Mo.
Dear Sir:
I take pleasure to inform you that tho two pairs of Azurean
glasses you fitted to my eyes are to my entire satisfaction.
My eyes were very complicated and hard to bo cured as I
have tried other eyo specialists and they havo failed to help
mo. After trying your Azurean glasses my eyes feol and look
100 per cent better. I can read tho finest print with tho read
ing glasses and seo so clear at a distnnco with tho distance
glasses, besides they nre resting and cooling to ray eyes. I
would not take $1.00 for them if I know they could not be re
placed.
I highly recommend tho uso ot your Azurean glasses to
all, who may bo in need of eyo help. Yours veyy truly,
, MRS. L. LEONARD, Marshall, Mo.
Here are some of our own prominent Townspeople's Testimonials:
Dr. Lieber. tho OVO oxnort of SL Lnnis. Xfn.. hn3 flHwl tnn
with Azurean glass es with which I am satisfied and I tak
pleasure in recommondlng him to thoso who may need glasses.
A. R. FARIS.Pastor M. E. Church, South, Marshall, Mo.
$100.00 COULD NOT BUY THEM
I am very pleased to inform our people of tho great im
provement made in my sight by Dr.' Lieber's Azurean spec
tacles . With them I am ablo to seo and read as well as I ever
"could in my lifo and would not tako $100 for them if I know
they could not be roplaced. I highly recommend their uso to
all who may bo in need of spectacles.
GEO. L. MASON, Sr., Justice of Peace, Marshall, Mo.
Dr. Herman Lieber, the German eye expert of St. Louis
Mo., mado a skillful and sciontiflc examination of my eyes anil
fitted me up with his Azurean glasses to seo Tar and near,
is : 1 ?vo or1 KIas?r? for a number of years and found it a
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tance with perfect comfort. I think Dr. Liebor's knowloce of:
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with their eyo3 should bo sure to consult tho German eyo ex
port. I highly recommend his Azurean glasses.
REV. FRANCIS J. O'NEIL.
Pastor of St. Petors Catholic Church, Marshall, Mo.
over tlfo UnitedS?aK teSUm0nlal3 famUS Ato Speclac,es' wWoh ar0 recommended by some of tho most reliable citizens all
Dr. Lieber will be here one week only, Monday, Dec.ll, to Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Ruff Hotel parlor.
If there is no trouble with your eyes and if you dont require glasses, TPr. Heber will tell you so. It costs nothing to find out.
, "Dr. tieber wishes to notify thd peqple he fitted with spec
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rmwalt and put it of until the very last day. Call as early
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