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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, December 07, 1911, Image 6

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O. A. Renlck was transacting bus
taess In Marshall last Monday.
The hunters gave their annual
Thanksgiving hunt.II. I. Blosscr be
ing captain of one side and Offa
Walker captain of the other side.
Mr. Hlossor'bclng the winner. Their
oyster supper was given on Fri
day evening and was enjoyed by
E. O. Outhrcy was transacting
bunlncs in Marshall last Monday.
Mm. Malter of Lexington Is vis
iting relatives here several days.
Andy Plattnor was transacting
business In Marshall Monday.
Mrs. Slater came In last Thursday
evening for n visit with friends.
Miss Minnie Franklin came home
from Kansas City last Tuesday and
in very sick at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts came down
from Lexington Saturday morning
for n vllt with relatives.
Miss Irene Houston was shop-
nlne In Marshall Friday.
Miss Frazlcr of Lexington visited
lier aunt Mrs. Walter Limbeck and
family several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilerbcrt Kansbcrg-
cr of Mt. Leonard were Sunday
Kticsts of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs Everett Fulton.
Mrs Klnnamon went to Mar
nhnll Inst Wednesday and spent
several days visiting Mr. nnd Mrs.
K. I). Williams.
Hew Lcatherman filled his regu
lar appointment at Anbury Chapel
Sunday evening.
Judge Wallace of Kansas City
intvc a Temperance Lecture at the
M. E. church, South, Saturday af
tor noon and evening.
Work Will Soon Start
niter you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their
flm results. Constipation and In
digestion vnulsh nnd fine appetite
returns. They regulate stomach,
liver and bowels nnd Impart new
strength and energy to the whole
system. Try them. Only 25c at P.
II. Franklin's.
JoM XMealHl child!
ere vittttng relatives, at, L
the latter 'part of last week.
Mlas Nannie Nickabokcr was vis
iting the school last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis cele
brated their fifth anniversary on
Thanksgiving day. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Badc-
whltc and daughter, Mrs. Price.
Mrs. Pit Bell and son, Mrs. J. W.
Caldwell and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Lewis and daughter,, Mr.
and Mrs. Pete Sadowhlto and niece,
Miss Maudie, Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lewis
nnd daughter, Miss Ida. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis received many nice
presents nnd everybody enjoyed
the good dinner Mrs. Lewis had
iW are glad to hear that Mrs.
Pete Dlcrhclmer Is abb to bo up
John Sadowhlto cat Thanksgiv
ing dinner with his best girl.
M'ss Julia Desmond spent her
Thanksgiving with home folks.
The people arc still losing their
ho"js with the cholera,
J. S. Lowls Is still Improving.
A Charming: Woman
Is one who Is lovely in face, form
mind and temper. Hut its ihard for
a woman to be charming without
health. A weak, slskly woman
will bo nervous and irritable. Con--stlpatlon
and kdney poisons show
in pimples, blotches skin eruptions
and n wretched complexion. Hut
Electric Hitters always prove a
godsend to women whownnt health
beauty nnd friends. Thoy regulate
stomach, liver nnd kidneys purify
the blood, give strong nerves,
bright eyes, pure breath, smooth
velvety skin, lovely complexion
and perfect health. Try them. BOc
-.t P. II. Franklin's.
Pretty Hand Bag For
Quite a little snow visited
vicinity Tuesday.
There was a big turkey roast
uml n party at (leorgc Dllley's on
L. W. Irvln nnd sisters, Misses
Kmmn ami Gladys nnd Elbert Moor
left Sunday afternoon for Iowa.
Wonder why Wesley was so dis
appointed Saturday night?
M'.ke Klser Friedman nnd Viola
Ilnrnes attended the moving pic
ture ftliow at Miami Saturday night
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Lynn visited
Jim Moore nnd family Saturday
night and Sunday.
Krncst Irvin transacted business
on Uuck eye Saturday.
The teachor of Star School Is
preparing a programme for Christ
itoi .1. a, iiurnsl'Jo was seen
In our midst Saturday.
Mr an I Mrs. George Hardesty
arrived this week for n visit at
Wallace Chllcott.
Wo nay oiihIi for country
produce. .1..A. Whitt, Mi.
JLuoiuird. 47tf
If weak, you need Cardul,
flie woman's tonic, Cardul
Is made from.'gentle herbs.
acts In a natural manner,
and has no bad results, as
some of the strong drugs
sometimes used. As a med
icine a tonic for weak,
tired, worn-out women,
Cardul has been a popular
success for over 50 years.
. Tho Woman's Tonic
.Mrs. Lula Walden. of
KCjramliii,' & C, followed
Ws advice. Read her let
ter: "I was so weak,
wheit I. first began ioMc
Cardui; thatlttlred me k
can do afl the MMrii
LtrouMM.' K navlba )
Several at our young ))coplo at
trr.liid the Firemans dance at
Glasgow Thursday night.
Irvcn Shopard of near Ullllnm
attendsd church here Wednesday.
Miss Hlla H rucks of Glasgow is
visiting her sister Miss Katie
this week.
Ed Scllmoyer left Wednesday for
a visit with friends nnd relatives
near St. Louis.
Several wolves pursued by a pack
of hounds passed through here
Thursday morning. The wolves
were headed toward tho big Island
above Llttlo Hock.
Louis Darlnghous sold a bunch of
hogs to parties at GlaHgow last
Tuesday getting $0.10 per cwt.
A 13 hour devotion wns held at
All Saints Church hero Tuesday
an.l Wednesday. Ilev. C. Stras
burger was assisted by Ilev. Krncst
of Salisbury, Rev. Shafer of Mober
y and Rev. John Wnlterman of
Glasgow. The arrangements, In
oplto of tho bad weather, were wolf
carried out and tho services wero
conducted In a Very Impressive
manner. r
tion a truly notable gathering of tho' most charming suits imaginable.
Every popular model and desirablo material is represented, and every color and pattern is
also here. The superior workmanship and especially handsome models of theso suits, raise them
far above those you're used to seeing' in Marshall. 4
Our cut price-range is broad and inclusive, and every price procures a most excellent value.
The Very $s(ridsomest Coats That Money Can Buy.
A Brilliant Holiday Asscmblagcof Winter Coats that
Surpases all our Previous Displays.
Such a complete and all-ombraclng exhibition it has nevor been your pleasure to seo in Mar
shall. t From tho country's style-contrcs como these handsome coats, and wo havo chosen them from
tho stocks of America's most celebrated manufacturers. '
You will certainly want a now coat oithor for your porsonal wear, or asa girt tosomodcar
one and you cannot do bettor than to choose it from our assortment. Every coat is perfectly
tailored, in tho nowest models, of splendid materials and ovcry prico is guaranteed tho vory lowost
to bo had in this district for equal grades.
Surely, you couldn't ask moro than thatl
What woman woukba't? Especially it it is one
from the great assortveat of exceptioMtlly soart ha ad
bag styles we are showing in fine leathers', beaded and
uniquely worked out fabrics. There are bags of all
sorts, shapes and colors.
Besides lending a smart note to any. woman's out
fit a handbag is a necessity. It is called upon for prac
tical service many times a day; every day in tho year
and with such variety as we have here you'll find it
extremely easy selecting a 'handbag that will surely
meet with a most cordial reception from "her."
You'll Certainly Want a New
Suit for the Holidays
Or Perhaps You Will Delight the Heart of Some
Dear Friend With the Gift of One.
In either case you would do well to choose it from
our assortment, for wo havo assembled for your selec-
See Santa Claus Flying Machine in our Window.
We're showing handkerchiefs
in a bountiful profusion, the
like of which you've never seen.
Prices are quito reasonable, tool
A beautiful silk scarf would
make a suitable gift to any
woman of tasto. Or why not
treat yourself to ono with tho
monoy you receive as a Christ
mas rcmomberanco?
Miss Georgia Reynolds spent
Thanksgiving with Mc., and Mrs.
Shipmons nnd family ff vLi
We are having very nice weather
for Docember. :
W. R. Fitzgerald has boon real
alck the past week.
Irene and Earl Leo spent Sun
day with Nelllo nnd William Fitz
gerald. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. VanDuskirk
and daughter Adcll were shopping
In Sweet Springs Saturday.
A numbor from nround hero at
tended tho box supper .at tho
Canada school house.
Henry Cook and Lopls Lemler
ton. ' . .
Remember the rrnyor meeting nt
the Raptlst church Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Durrus visited
his parents in .Cnrrollton last week.
Miss Nntnllnc Dowdcn spent
Thanksgiving with hor parents in
Mrs. II. Garner of Kansas City
is visiting her sister Mrs. Ella
Ed McReynolds is qulto sick at
this writing with rheumatism.
Miss Laura Wobb is vislting-her
sister In Odessa.
Mrs. A. E. Riley spent Saturday
nnd Sunday at Wavorly waiting on
Rov. W.M. Vardomnn filled his
regular appointment nt Salem Sun
day. A lars crowd was present.
Tha community was shocked
when hearing of tho 'death of An
gcllno Kntherino Drown, tho only
child of Mr. and 'Mrs. Snm Drown.
Ilor death, was sudden nnd a sad
one, Iler funeral was preached by
Rov Vardoman. Wodnesdny and
burial at tho Wltchor cemetery.
, There is n gront deal of sickness
lp this community but most arc
getting along very nlcoly.
noar Grand Pass visited with homo
Miss Nntallo Dowdcn spent tho
holidays with homefolks.
Mri nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Holko en
tertained at their homo Thanks
giving, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Urunk-
children. who visited her parents
several days, returned homo Satur
day evening.
Wonder who Herman Ilrunk
horst was calling on Sunday?
J. II. Hruiikhorst nnd G. W. Liter
wont to Rowling Qreon Mo., last
Tom Stivers ,ws a. Stater caller
Wednesday. t
Miss May Irvine ot Marshall
her sister Mrs. Webb who Isj lulte fa Donorlso Neif.
sick nt her cousins' Mrs. Robt.
Sims. '
R. Klnsolo of Mayvlew was the
guest of Miss Pearl Riley Sunday,
Tho Uttle child of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Trent of near Wnverly was oc
cldontly choked to death last
and families spent Sunday at Aug. Thursday by a piece of npple lodg
Geahlkln. lnB ln windpipe. Tho.Httle one
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmor Ballard nnd f".d boforo medical nrrived,
son Harry spent Sunday nt Chas. iK-"r. Jveiung mncio ue -,alternoon
Mrs. Robert Gilmer and, daugh
ter Tab la attended preaching at
Berea Sunday morning.
Misses Dolloriso and Zetta Neff
spent tho dny Sunday with Miss
Leo Lawless.
Miss Coring Sponcor spont tho
holidays with homofolks. 1
Misses Ind -and Lorlno Lawlor
called on Miss Annlo Ncnns Sunday
hqrst and daughter Mary Loulso, week nnd returned with ono of tho
norman Guonthor and daughter, finest Jacks that ovor enmo into
Miss Winnie. Salhio county for tho Gorman
John Roith and G. nasclmlcr re- Coach norso Co.
contly moved into one of tho Brunk Mrs. Cliiswoll was n passenger to
horst new building.
Willie John wns seen In 'our burg
Mr. and Mrs. Suggott woro visi
tors to Marshall Tnosday.
Leo Suggett was a passongor to
Marshall Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John John from
near Sweot Springs vislton hero
Mrs, Kline from IUgginsville and
Marshall Tuesday.
Mrs. A, Washburn vlsltod' in
Marsltall Tuesday.
MIsbZ elda Musterson was a vis
itor ln Slater Tuesday,
W, Logsdon was a passenger to
Marshall Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Wls and daughter,
Mlis Grace, hive gone to Mobfrly
and St Louis on a visit to relatives'
and friends.
ihasto In niVnuto immediately after
Allen's. "7 .m.f.uU.le,y ner J p LnW,ep cnod Boh p
Jeff Fisher took a load of wood roeclvlng tho phono mpssage. Iflundny oftcrnoon.
i w . . . , M . . 'i.tin inriinH rT . rnn rnw .I nn
10 iown Aionuay ior August ueanl- - """""
uiiuiuii uiiiiuuiicui iiifir uazar will
bo ihold In Odd Follows Ilnll, Sat
urday Dec. 16Ui. Beautiful.; and
useful articles ot all kinds Jhavo
been prepared. They will" Serve
fresh oysters and other excellent
eatables. "
will Boon be hero
Edgar Allen spont tho dny Sun
day with James Neff,
Thoro will bo a Christmas treo
at the Pottor school houso Friday
night Docorabcr 22d. Everybody
Invited to attond.
Wins Fight for Life
Mrs. I. J. Holdon and son spent
Sunday at L. C. Donnls nt Bluo
Mrs. J. M. Dennis wns Bhonnlncr
In Marshall Friday. It was a long and bloody battle
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams on- for life tihot was waged by James
tertained nt Thanksgiving dinner B. Morshon, of Nowark, N. J, of
a limited numbor of relatives nnd which ho writes; "I had lost much
friends. blood from, lupg hemorrhages, andf;
air. ana Mrs. E. S. Livingston was very weak and run down. For
and daughter Nora wero shopping eight months I was unable to work
Tho ladles of tho Missionary so
ciety will glvo n Tom Thumb wed
ding at tho M. E. church south,
Friday, December 8th.
Mrs., E. C. Moore from Scdalla
,who has bqen visiting her sister
ro. a. major, roiuriiea;. 10 ncr
jiame Monday. ' v tfjg ,
MisseB Freda and Bertha Schmale
Death seemed close on my hoels( .T' t t
Bel&ur Own Ch
mmmmmm aaMi mmmtmmmmm m
"With K C Baking Powder any
housewife can easily make bl3
cuita, cakes and pastries that sur
pass the product of the world's
greatest chefs. A trial will prove
that to your entire satisfaction.
- Send for the
KC CookS Book
see below
In Marshall Monday.
Carl Kurtz, Roland
and flUter Nora, visited Miss Ella use- Dr. King's Now Discovery. Butta
wvmgston wnon i pegan, tnreo woofca ago, tof v .iV..kv.'WU.uwhwd-
,.AlifetikeoiEleuMlt bake-days if. you use
It has helped me
lng all that you
Lemler Sunday evening.
Harry Livingston wont to seo
Mt best girl Sunday.
MiAs Ella Lemler visited, hqme
ToMjs last week,
Mrs. Minnie Crawford and moth-1
br spent Thursday at Fuller
, r tesd, by P. U. rraHkUu.
!ttr. t. it. V i. it . , i . . tw mm i in ii i
diuvyuiu i meat una, 01 8tH- f- i
ow Discovery. Bulr ifo toygtf wl'th'.
iWite coiiBhs. stub-
VWl (ke'WsttMMt sn4 SUli Pood ta
Mk. ; YiMl eB have a ranv Tho
IMwMuateavStMliltetky. ,
tiohery in, the c'ltyt' Scottrps'oku; Mi' our , oomstetitoC toys.
steWl; Friday;;
m. 8id for the K C
K C Cook'f Bock. cou.

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