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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, December 07, 1911, Image 4

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Thursday, December T, 1911.
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MAMMALL
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'WESTS ' I
Is headauartera for Xma Trix Dolls. Tovs. Toilet Sets, Doll Carts, Rocking
ii . 01 l .1 i . . J - CI iL! i
nairs, onoo rues, ana a inousana oincr iniereiiing mm uiciui miugi iur
Christmas Gifts. .
SEARS-ROEBUCK CHECKMATED: We will compare prices with them
and compare quality, adding transportation.
The prices below are quoted from Sean-Roebuck's Catalogue No. .123
published in November, 1911:
PaRo292,S.R.& Co. Men's
wool union suits $2.04
Our prico 2.50
Samo pace, suit in flat fleece,
$1.14; our price, 1.00
Samo pae, suit $1.10; our
prico 1.00
Pae 205, scarlet shirts and
drawers, $1.00; our price 1.00
Pago 349, 4 buckle arctic,
52.2four price 2.25
Page 350, Ladies' Storm Men's rubber collars, S. R.
Alaskas, 79c, our price. . 09c & Co., 14c; our price,. , 15c
, , . , Pago 379, men's steel gray
Paso 3al, men s short boots. overcoat, $14.85; our
rubber, $3.11; our pr. . . 2.98( 1JrjC0 12.00-
Pace 317, men's Goodyear I Pao 450, men's dress shirts,
wolt cun metal shoes, 06c, our price ,50c
$3.95; our price 3.00 Pace 582, barn paint, 79c;
. . . . . . , ; our price , 80c
PaCo, S I Mh b00lS, 1 m Une coI,ars. S, R. & Co. 0
$J.9d; our price J.00, for5c; ou p'ric0( caoh m
Pae 324, tan hifffa bootee, Paeo 1030, double barrel fjun
$3.95; our price 3.50 $12.50; our price 12.00
Townsontl and family, Joe Thorp
a . I. fl .. 1 I.
j nnu iiimuy, .Mrs nuc iiiggmuuui
il't.m mill ilmio-htiT. Homer Jonnlnir
fl VVUUIJ and wife. MI.1M K.va Town.emi,
X3HS3OOC3SIS3O0aCCSISX3OCSISDO .Mt.iul Mnrnhtill and Ilobt. TllOtnP-
S County News
NEW FRANKFORT
Kansas
MT. LEONARD
Tom Smith was n Marshall
tor Friday.
Carl Grimes has so
e-l ns to be able to take charge of
K.i school Inst week.
T. S. Smith Jr, entertained James
3)ollwood and Harry Danuscr of
Marshall and Loyd Cort of this
place at n hunting party Thanks
giving. They report fine luck also
that they did Justice to the fine
dinner that Mrs. Smith prepared
for them which consisted at a
gOMs dinner with all the trim
mings. Joslah llobertson spent Thnnk.s
K'.vlng with ills brother George in
SL Mary's Kansas.
Miss Gertrude Lynch and Miss
Minnie Ilockensmlth of this placo
a I tended the Flremans Hall in Sla
ter Wednesday night.
Mrs. M. G. Klcen returned homo
Wednesday from an extended vis
It with her son Adolph Pagua of
Detroit, Mich., also her mother in
St Louis.
Mrs. Joe Itobcrtson and Miss
V.ola linker spent Thanksgiving in
Marshall. I
IJ. L. Huston and family of
Sweet Springs spent tho day Mon
day with Mrs. Hustos's mother,
Mri Dowdon.
George Dray of Wavorly was n
.guest of Ids cousin Miss Adella
Uraf ,th's week.
Mrs. C. J. Oaucst of this place
nxd Virginia Iloward of Marshall
pant Thanksgiving with Ar
thur Oquost and f nmlly In 3!ohcrly.
Frank and Judson Drlghtwell
nont Thanksgiving with their
parents Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Drlght
well of this place.
T.llss .Kdna Shopard of Plattsvlllo
villo and Miss Myrtle Shopard of
Slater nnd Miss Evn Shopard of
Mirshall wore guests of their par
eats Mr.and Mrs. Charles Shopard
tho latter part of tho week.
Mrs. Dertha Casey of Marshall
and Mrs. Ray Logan of Kansas City
and Miss Cora Danuscr of Mar
shall were guests of rolatlvcs here
la.it week.
Sunday afternoon after tho Red
Flyer wont tho agent left tho de
pot tor a few minutes nnd when
t!-oy returned found the office
door had bocn forced opon nnd
same one liad cntorcd the office.
Tortunatoly tho agent had taken
U13 cash along and nothing else
was bothered. The would-be-rob
ler was not very woll .paid for his
trouble.
E. K. Evans, wlfo and two chil
dren of Marshall woro guests Sun
day of Dr. and Mrs. Tuttle.
Mrs. J. J. Robertson and her
-son Marian attended tho enter
tainment at Blackburn Saturday
nlsht
Ilonry Ross has been on tho
sick list this week.
Orvillo Spencer lias moved to
tho Campbell property this week
G. K. Wllmlng went to
City Monday.
Misses Vera and Una Lcnz of
Slater spent Saturday and Sunday
VL- The rrotra,tei mectln, came I. SSi wIto of St
close at tl uapuu cnurcn nort- ,n prankfort ,nst
far recover- suntiay msni iwi or. "-
fciB. There were several auditions
o tho church. 1
Wmle Hlggtnbotham was In Sla
ter and Kansas City on business
tlds week.
ARROW ROCK
Mrs Harhel McMahan and family
of Cooper county
Tuesday where
this winter.
by entertaining quite a number of
her friends at her home on Quality
Illdgc. Refreshments of Ice cream
nnd cake were served nnd all spent
very pleasant evening.
Mrs Walter Townsend visited
her mother Mrs. Alice McMahnn
and sister Miss Lam In Marshall
last Thursday.
Lonnle Hlturham was a guest last
Thursday of his brother Rolla ond
wife and sister Miss Dcsslt4 in Mar
shall.
HERNDON
Dr. J. D. Jackson wont to John
Mlkels' of noar Salt Springs Sun-, roturned tr0m
day do see nut uitio son, who is
recovering from a spoil of fovor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Masters aro in
Warronsburg visiting tho hitter's
parents Rev. nnd Mrs. Hedges.
Miss Mildred Hernuon 01 near
Dluo Lick visited Vernona Hern-
don durlns Thanksgiving
moved to town
they will reside
Thursday.
Vllola and Florence Jones of.
Slator visited D. P. Sydenstrlkcr
nnd family over Sunday.
Helen Huller nnd brother, who
have been visiting a. E. Wllmlng1
nnd family the past week, returned
to their homo in Downers Grove,
111., Sunday night.
Cnrl Schmidt Is visiting relatives
In Jonesburg nnd St. Louis,
Mrs. Golou of Leavenworth,
Miss Edna Cnton celebrated her Kansas called on old friends in, this
fifteenth birthday last Wednesday locality Monday.
A. Doldebuck of Dowers Grove,
III., visited friends here Sunday.
Tho meeting which has been go
ing on tho past week Is still In
progress. Row Stnmm of Chicago
preached somo powerful sermons,
and good Interest Is manifested.
The good eed sown will yet
spring up and bear fruit as God's
Word will not return void.
NORTH GRAND PASS
Rev. Leatherman filled his regu
lar npiolntmcnt at Asbury chapel
last Sunday night. ,
T. S. Demoss and family .havo
Johnson county.
Thoy will rasldo on Aunt Martha
Doloys farm.
Mrs H. V. Illcks visited Jcr
daughter Mrs. Allco Thomas last
Sunday.
T. W. Fell of near White Island
transacted business ln Marshall
lust Tuesday.
MLss Sadie Jackson, primary
Elmer Cook and ltcrs Mesdumes ,
Thomas anu mopuens 01 oioniiig- teacher at Edwards nubile school
ton, Colo aro vlsUlng their sister, HJont Thanksgiving with her par
Mrs. Ernest Illlton. onta nt ninekburn.
About seventy guests attended, . nml Virini miv.
tho C. E. social at tho homo of Dr. tho ,ad roclplollt, Qfn piano
and Mrs. Jackson last Thursday
ovenlng. A short literary program
and music were enjoyed during tho
evening.
Edna Thomas was qulto sick tho
first of tho wook.
NEW HOME
Rev. Wallaco of Sweot Springs
spent Sunday nlffht with D
Harris and family.
I presented to .them by their fond
parents.
Miss Dortha, Plattner visited rel
atives In Kansas City last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mack spent
Thanksgiving with Lawson Bynril
and family.
M.
list
j Wint and (or Sale Columa
A. W. Forbos is on the sick
at this writing. FOR SALE-Duroc-Jerfcey hog
Mrs. Anna and Walter Lnruo.both oxes. Also S. C. Rhode Is-i
spent aunaay with Mr, ana airs, lanu; eu cockrels. u. II. Emison,
August Katlonder. 52p Napton, Mo!
John Knott was In THackbum -
- - 1 iir ATmi)n . i n n in .
Mnnilnir iVlli HU fllUII U(1BI OU Will
"""""J - ll 1 1 -X--, ,
Mrs. A. P. Reader wont to Seda- "urBU u,,u ouKX 10 bl-u mocKCont
lla Wednesday to visit her daugh-tUUon lowdor In Saline county. Sal
tor, Mrs. Frank Carothers. alryl$l7, moTnt Addre88 9ln"
Mr, and Mm. Herman Kueck of "lu'"i""i "
Aulvui visited uieir uaugnter Mrs F0R SALE Good naUvo lumbcrU
uumunus Alien vno later part 01 nt mui on THios. J. Clnycomb's
last uock. I place, l mile nortlioast of Ilerndon
Mrs. it. K. Kuntz visueu mm. j. Cut t6 order It dosirod. First class
11. I'orujuun Aionuay. work, coma and son IK A. n
Mrs. Casper Lceco Is visiting her Fanehor will take pleasure in show
suitor Mrs. unanes uoar 01 iiim- lng it t0 you and auppiying yoM
Wants. PJion( 113. TTonmlnn
' NELSON
Mrs. James Verts was trading
with our merchants Monday. She
has v "been suffering with rhouma
tlanj. for more than a wcolc and not
ableito be out.
.Paul English is vlsjtlpg anil hav
VMOi'good hunt with friends at
?npipn this-week; Ills wlfo is spend
Inffla fe(i- days with Mrs, W, &.
Hanky during his obsonco,
. RE. Staples has1 hecn on the sick
'lift-JW week. 1
&$dy Brownloe" and mother 'en
erlned at a Sunday dining R.
jr., qliorp and daughter, ' Ernest
Miss Dora Harris spent from
Wednesday until Sunday with
horoetolks.
her
49-56 p.
LOOK HRKK TTnrn .nn WI
Miss Loulso Schaefer of Kansas iCI1ive8l foric8 nn,l .nnnn. ,..nl.'.,i
Dayis of KlnvyoriU nt this writing, Marshall. Mo. ' .jr-Mt.'
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414,4 o, JJ. 414,14.(1101 I1U UUUJJlllUl
Mlnnlo apent Tuesday with Mm.
Hugo Stolberg. near SwcqtS'prliig8t
Tho Troy Times tels of ja gontle
roan who was awakened in, the
fUght
Quedr Accident r j
'ml. '. i , . . , .-.
iinure must, .uo. , fqm.e$hing tho
matter with tho mutt) business, J.
W. MHler, ono of out hie mulo
dead.
A-i.i 1.1. u i. i.i. ...t I i . . . : .
mm ioiu tjiui wuv .wns aoaier, w slcn pnd his, partner,
lip. tnrncd over, drew the AVm VtoWlnklc( is crinilled.' tr nw
coyorlejj fllpsw,- .pnjlpd down hisj.wifh -aiyory 'unusual acpident lnt
' i I i r . '
wont to Bleep asrtiL O! how: griev
vi i .sntan eo, m m morning,
Kot;,;upr jto'build elMendtr hot'
coal flow ou't.ahd lapd'ed between M
fww-i. He,- mH' Jsehosped,
.iWvced W4 kicked bat thr toii
stcktUl be picked If out wlih hli
flncri. As 'a result he's not "pay-ln-s
much for mules as' formerly !
-'it ., ,j , ,-,
' Card of Thanks
Wc extend thanks to our many
friends hcre( In Marshall who have
so, kindly arid lovingly ministered
to our needs cluing tho Illness of
Mrs. Griffitts. Especial mention is
due some of the membcM of the
Methodist church, South and
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, .Yottr,.ttr. and MM,
i Wnd ' Mr. ' Smith. Mr. dnd
BlIkr.
Mrs.V Garrett. Mtiis fUaiiln Stvli.
Mdss' LlztleIrrAeMr. and "Mrs.
StterinanV Mrt and Mrs. VanWlnkle,
and Mr. and Mi's. Joseph. Plourd.
Mra. Stella QtUfltls.
Mis 8 Carrie E! Caswell.
Helped Them All Out
I come. FieAiic flnd4ncloMdrBBlbr
tkr f or) rc'rieWBL " U '
"As5 I 'wkTin:,'8any yr '
terday, looking duna I Jrfei T. H.
Wiolp. Ho 4d' for me to send In
his renewal for "the twopapeM and
spoons. I think hla wife- Is about
to iescvo liinV If lie does not get '
her some spoons 'for It believe she
hasn't any or e)se they' have wood-
on ones like 'c haVo been using."
Say, by the Way, Frank Klad llv-
Our combination offer came lust
OfVln fl
the Dapttst nnd Christian churches' Hook vicinity near Little Rock, as Jng In Sandy Hook has anew born
lor luexr aceu or loving kindness shown by, the following letter from girl aoout tnreo weeics oiu, leeis so
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and sacrifice In furnlnhlnor n tmin
ed nurse to care f"or Mrs. Grlffjtts
during her Illness. Also special
mtinlion Is duo the following mem
bers of the Presbyterian church nt
Norton for their interest and lov-
g guts so freely offered. Mr.
J. L. Kessler!
Napton, Mo. Nov. 29, ,1011
Mr. J. J. Witt
Dear Sir: "Seeing your proposi
tion In tho Republican, and as wc
have a few pounds of sugar, and
no spoons to hanulo it with, my
and Mrs. Wm Hyland, Mr. and Mrs. wife said for me to renew and pay
proud of his little daughter that he
promised ills wlfo a present for
Christmas and not being ablo to
get (her one, he got after mo to
renew for him, bo that he can Jtecp
Ids pro ml so to his wife or he fears
n divorce otherwise.
J. L. Kessler.
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Bring Her" With You.
Most men's stores hate to see a man bring his wife,
mother or sister to help select his clothes; but this stpre
welcomes "her." In fact we prefer to have you bring
all your lady friends with you.
The store that does, not like to see you accompan
ied by a lady is afraid of her verdict-they know th?at a
woman can't be deceived and that she won't allow you
.to be talked into something you'll later regret buying.
We invite you to bring "her" with you because we
know she is a better judge of the materials than you
she will make you take your time and help you select
the style and color most becoming to you. We are not
afraid of her verdict for' we know our celebrated
SCHLOSS BALTIMORE CLOTHES
will please her and stand every test she can suggest.
So we again repeat, bring her with you to select your
new suit or overcoat.
' Schloss Hand-Tailored Models $15 to $40.
A size for every figure. A style for every taste. t
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'OOLITE anJ Competent Salesmen glad to show and help you make your selec
I'j ltionsi 'Cbmetbmqrrpw come any time.- You willJfiijd'Ms; ready for you. r
h ' EDWIN CLAPPS and JUST RIGHT fine shoei for men in'any style.
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