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Thursday, December 14th, 1911.
I TWO WEEKS! He is now in Marshall-December ll-23rd. He is nowin Marshall I
L &1 & ..L iL. iinaLL n. fro all tlia nnnl ulin ltf tliia urL limir.i k lis i As.irl.ksl avtanil Vita if aviin nur ifv
ONE WEEK LONGER. If you wish perfect eyesight, don't miss this opportunity to consult
DR. HERMAN LIEBER
NOW OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
The celebrated German eye expert, with his assistants, will be in Marshall, Mo., again in the front parlor at the Ruff Hotel.
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j 12 Days December 11 to 23 Inclusive 12 Days I
I Commencing Monday, December 11th up to Saturday Night, December 16th.
Examination and Consultation is
Absolutely Free.
Dr. Lieber will test yourcye3 FREE OF
CHARGE with his latest improved scien.
tiflc instrument with which he looks nt
your eyes and correctly discovers the exact
eyeclasses or spectacles you require.
Dr. Lieber's Famous Azurean
Lenses
Will flt the weakest eyes and relieve the
severest headaches. All our citizens or
any of their children suffering with head
ache or any eye weakness, also those re
quiring reading, sewing or distance spec
tacles, should not miss seeing tho Cele
brated Eye Expert, who comes highly
recommended by some of our most promi
nent citizens.
Examination and Consultation is
Absolutely Free
Dr. Licber'tvill test your eyes FREE OF
CHARGE with his latest Improved scien
tific instruments with which he looks at
your eyes and correctly discovers tho ex
act eyeglasses, or spectacles you require,
Wearing the Wrong Glasses
If your present glasses fail to givo you
case and comfort there's something
wrong. ARE YOUR GLASSES RIGHT?
THAT'S A VITAL QUESTION TO YOU and
should bring you to seo Dr. Licberat onco
ho would liko to discover unusual oyo do
fects, the kinds that puzzle tho average
oyo specialist. "IF YOUR GLASSES ARE
RIGHT you WILL HAVE GOOD SIGHT."
Success Has Crowned Dr. Lieber's
Work
he has been successful in numbers of dif
ferent cases that others have failed on.
IT IS THE SATISFACTORY FITTING
with his azurean glasses that goes to
make his reputation. THE GRINDING
OF LENSES FOR SPECTACLES IS A
DELICATE OPERATION, it requires
skilled worlcmen at high salaries to grind
lenses by prescriptions, the smallest devia
tion from the proper curvature makes a
big difference in the lens and the measure
ments aro made with very sonsitlvo in
strumenls. Dr. Lieber's azurean lenses
are ground by workmen of tho highest
skill and scientific training.
LET HIM EXAMINE YOUR EYES AND
EXLAIN.
Here are some of our own prominent Townspeople's Testimonials:
Dr Herman Lieber, St. Louis, Mo.
Dear :
1 take pleasure to inform you that tho two pairs of Azurean
glasses you fitted to my eyes ate to my entire satisfaction.
My eyes were very complicated and hard to bo corrected as I
have tried other cyo specialists and thoy havo failed to help
me. After trying your Azurean glasses my eyes feel and look
100 per cent better. I can read the finest print with tho read
ing glasses and seo so clear at a distance with tho distanco
glasses, besides they are resting unci cooling to my eyes. I
would not take $100 for them if I knew they could not bo re
placed. I highly recommend the use ot your Azurean glasses to
all who may be in need of eye belp. Yours veyy truly.
MRS. L. LEONARD, Marshall, Mo.
Dr. Lieber, the oyo oxpert of St. Louis, Mo., has fitted me
with Azurean glasses with which I am satisfied and I tako
pleasuro in recommending him to thoso who may need glasses.
A. R. FARIS, Pastor M. E. Church, South, Marshall, Mo.
$100.00 COULD N6T BUY THEM
I am very pleased tctinfocm our peoplo of tho great im
provement mado in my siskly Dr. Lieber's Azurean spec
tacles . With them I am ab!e to-seo'and read as well as I over
could in my life and would not tako'$100 for them if I knew
thoy could not bo replaced. I highly 'recommend their uso to
all who may bo in need of spectacles.
GEO. L. MASON, Sr., Justico of Pcaco, Marshall, Mo.
Dr. Herman Lieber. the German eye expert of St. Louis
Mo., mado a skillful and scientific examination of my eyes and
fitted mo up with his Azurean glasses to seo far and near.
I bavo worn glasses for a number of years and found it a
difficult matter to get tho proper glasses. After wearing Dr.
Lieber's Azurean glasses I can stato they aro tho very best I
havo over had. 1 can read fine print and see so clear at a dis
tance with perfectfomfort. I think Dr. Lieber's knowlcgpof
"the eye is perfect and think all our people who aro suffering
with their eyes should bo sure to consult the German oyo expert-
I highly recommend bis Azurean glasses.
REV. FRANCIS J. O'NEIL,
Pastor of St. Peters Catholic Church, Marshall, Mo.
$1 OOO.OO REWARD! Will bo paid by tho Doctor if any of tho testimonials regarding his famous Azurean Spectacles; which aro recommended by some of the most reliable citizens all
over the United States, are not found to be absolutely genuine.
Dr. Lieber will be here one week only, Monday, Dec. 11, to Saturday, Dec.23, at the Ruff Hotel parlor.
If there is no trouble with Vour eyes and if you don't require glasses, Dr. Lieber will tell you so. It costt nothing to find out.
Dr. Lieber wishes to notify tho people he fitted with spec
tacles on his last trip here, that if they are not perfectly satis
fled they may call and have their glasses exchanged absolutely
free of charge as the doctpr positively guarantees to givo per
fect satisfaction to everyono whom ho fits.
WARNING Dr. Lieber also wishes to warn nil of our
people who aro using spectacles that aro not perfectly fitted
and are causing them pains in the eyes, headaches and other
discomforts, to stop wearing them immediately, as such glass
es usually ruin tho eyes, and cause severe headaches and other
nervous complications.
Alt the latest styles, frames and glasses supplied. Perfect
satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.
If Dr. Lieber examines your eyes and fits you up with his
Azurean glasses you may be suro they will be correct in overy
way.
You tako no chances at all. Ho is no stranger, ho comes
to Marshall every six months.
If you aro unablo to call at tho Ruff Hotel during two
weeks of December 11th to 23rd lot tho Doctor know and ho
will send his assistant to your house. No extra charges for
this. i
VERY IMPORTANT You should not forget tobringyour
old spectacles along with you and Dr. Lieber will take them
off ybur hands in exchange on a new pair of his famous
Azurean Spectacles which always givo a soft, easy and clear
vision to the weakest eye.
The eye is Dr. Lieber's specialty, ho does nothing else.
Don't wait and put it off until tho very last day. Call as early
as possible as tho Doctor will be busy. Over 10,000 patients
fitted in Missouri with Dr. Lieber's famous Azurean Glasses.
Hundreds will" testify to his reliability. No incurable cases
taken. Poor people fitted free confidentially.
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MILWAY TIME TABLE
In Efttct JuDf 24. 1911
XJLHT BOON D TRAIN B
16 DalW Ho. BUI Kiama. Bloc
iBiton .,. ,10.60 am
M " Mrd-lUr8pMitlHI.Louli.12.1tpm
10, " TbtHusntrlTMt.jChlcaio.UMl'!
m. " rtiKiirWrd.i.i..CkLiur7pi
11. " Hlate Accommodation, TXOpm
M, " Mf at Hawk ... ... I, Mam
WEST BOUND TIU1NH "
, Dallr, Tt Karl? Mro. Xaoua CUj.iJM aa
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llomutr lor Kums Cltr....k.80t
" TU wo, bui KiprM tor
Kaaaaa C'ilJ .4.60p
Jlld-U7 HpMll (or kUasas I
CUT. - 2.50p
" Hlatar Accommodation. ,wim
" laniier.... (Ulam
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY.
KA9T BOUND TltAINH.
12 Passenger Leaves Marshall .... S.ouam
11, 1'MHntn , I0.00.rn
M, Local Kral.M Itl.OO.m
WEST BOUND TRAINS.
631 Passenger rrlreintMnrshAlt ..HXOnni
ll,l.Miii.r J.58pm
M. Local FrlH ..l.JOjmt
Xlis SM a. w. passenger train arrives In
Marshall from toe east from Hednlla and
oavts 10 minutes later for tba east
Local Items
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Straach, ot
near Falrvllle, wero hero Saturday
hopping.
J. H, McChosncy has returned
from a business trip to Detroit,
Mlch and Kokomo, Ind.
Mrs. Maud Burnham is back from
Norton (where alio visited friends
cd relatives two 'weeks.
Mrs L. C. 3cott has returned
f ram -visit with her son, J. B.
Seott ad wife at Salisbury.
of
ran;
if -P' Haarv Havob shinned a car
'-. Nau- i a T .mi La laat wnlr 'liut
4vy' $ struck a poor market
Dr.' WliU Youatf of 8t: Louis
ngswt of Dr. A. C i'atnam
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Salt $1.35 per barrel, J.
A. WlilU Mt Leonard. 47tf
Sam IIcss was there this week
visiting his sisters, MMdaracs W.
n. Wilhclm and Mrs. Fred Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnhill ex
pect to leave tomorrow forKls-
sommce, Florida, to spend the win
tcr.
Alex Sencer and sons, T. S. and
Russell and tho letter's wife were
here from south ot Slater Satur
day.
One ot our physicians reports the
mud hub deep on the road west of
town near Nick Stcdcms. Wo call
tha road supervisor's attention to
6t (hereby.
Mrs J. J. ,Vitt and Miss May
Brandon Attended the nil day Mis
sionary mooting In Maple Orpvo
neighborhood Thursday.
Ross Jones returned Thursday
from ta two woeka visit to , his
brother, ilrvino Jones and family
in Olathc, Kansas. ,
Miss Mary Swartzel returned to
Kansas Cly Monday afternoon af
ter a two weeks' visit with her un
cle. ChaB. Ilcrndon.
TuHt received n Hhipment
of Star Brand Shoes, J. A.
Wkiit, Mi. Leonard. 47tf
Bring the children In to let them
seo tho show windows and catch
tho Christmas spirit If you do,
you'll get it too by Doc. 25.
4
8. F. Gelaendorfer, proprietor of
tho city meat market, has moved
his family from Corder to. the
Harbold residence on South, Jeffer
son.
Walter IL Smith,1: It C. Lange,
Louis IDterklng and Harry Lange
were here from nar Sweet Springs
Saturday and honored us with a
MIL.
' Our compositor made us jay last
day tondng under tho auspices of schooL Miss Neville deserves con-
the .Christian church. They gave
oHe at Nelson Tuesday night.
JhosO'Donnell, of this city, has
abetter from E. L. , Morris, Cen
tral Building, Kansas City, repres
enting the United Btataa Depart::
graduations, especially since most
of (her apcUera- wore in lower
grades than the rivals.
Buy Red Label eoal from
J. A. WhH, Mt. Leonard.
Rev, .0. Recvea, pastor otthe
uorth Street M. E. Church was
Tho little "a" was out of place.
II. C. Hall Is up from Sweet-
Springs visiting his son, Fred and
family n.l is no doubt teaching
the groat-grand baby at the IXall
homo to ay grand-pa.
ir i . i i l
r. u r. vmn ixraoan. were f Agriculture, in which he
honor guests at a symptuous tur- .. .
key dinner served In courses, a d count to te Bent ' given a .torn Ptjr
the beautiful Lomo of Mr. and ? . ir .i nlsrh. About 72 membera and
i n Kniimnm nnii ranw irimiHa uir a -
perimental atorage purpose.. chnh Iriends, led by Mrs Lucy
' Obanon, called at the parsonage to
Otho L. Clark, who haa charge make "the heart of the pastor glad.
of our type caster, last week pur- They .brought many tokens ot'good
chased a paper In, a live Missouri will, auch as preserves, tea, coffee'
city for $9000, and will take charge sugar, chickens, meat, cake,breau
Fobruory lat when the deal will be aT,a clotMng, towels, blanket,hand
announced. Mr. Clark is an able kerchiefs, etc worth over 825, tor
Mrs. L. J. Rasso last week.
"Baies" Pays Top
GASH for PRODUCE,
Big 11 CcntDimcs.
Want 100,000 Turkeys.
selves, mixes sorghum (and cider
sometimes) Into the cotfeo and
edibles to sweeten them. We are
glad to make the explanation and'
hope it 'iwill not occur again 1 But,
honestly, well venture everyone of
the gentlemen took home llbs of
granulated and when they get their
spoonathey will be the sweetest
bunch you ever aaw.
"Frank Llsetor yesterday receiv
ed a card from his son at Prince
ton, IMo , aajing ho had accepted a
position as signal maintainor or
the iRocH Isjand Railway at $70 per
monthv Wo aro glad to hear of
hifl 'good luck,
C iO. Pntrn ir.. u hnma tnr flip- nnd pleasant Grentleman ana wo which he desires to publicly ex-
holldays after being confined to a 'regret to lose him. HU, place has press hlfl hearty thanks., '
Chicago hospital for soma tlmo 1 not been filled, but ho will remain ... - ,
where he underwent an oporatlott with.ua till after tho holidays. . The, following clipping appeared
oSi Mh fonf I tCr i i a 1" recent Lowlsburg, W. Virginia
0hlj,f00t ')olbr ,MaA,,d4r?,..F1,r P"Pr: "Rev. D. P. McQeachy
Miss Clara M. Irwin, one of ther'1.3 at J. A. WIuU, all. preached at Martlnt'on last Sunday
New York Racket's attractive and Leopard. 4fU the interests of the Preshjrfery'B
Good Newt
Many Marshall Reader
, have Heard It and
Profited Thereby
splopdld young lady dorks, was
married last Tuesday to TJios. O.
Pittard ot Lorlnor Iowa, which
placo will bo their home. She takes
with her tho beat wlshea of
community.
'Lander Haynes this week recelv educational cause. Capt. Irl P. iiQood news travels fast," nnd
otl a letter from his worthy friend Ilaynes. of the Greenbrier Military tho thousands oL bad back suf
Oscar Seibort, who is now living achool, occupied the pulpit hero, fera ln jiarsHall aro glad to learn
at Mercedes, Texas. Ho writes nn aeuvenng an exceueiu ujacuurou tnat pr0mpt roller, is wunin ineir
bad ,110 more, thanks
th0 Interesting letter saying that vege- hi;h a.large congregation enjoy- reach. Many a lame,weak , aVid.
Vwia . in nnHon thorn and that ed." "The old stone church" as aeMntr back Is bad mo more, thanks
... . . ... .,.,,twnn B nrmim nt hnnntv it Is called has stood over' a hun- to Doan'a Kidney Pills. Our cltl-.
vm u. i,yncn lormeny our prose y -w -- - - . . vonr, u4fK f e.anc ftnd " -m- nt.
1IIUI IB IU UO v - " r bVim V O V7lU'af, Mw tvv " " "
if . ii - r.i l In fViA flnnfil wrr!H
of Pettis county, expects to make to future hom and ho is now Zv Ketwi
the race for congress in this dis- building a residence on his farm. n7-1",
trlct on tlio Democratic ticket,' Ubs Jennie fiorency, of War- eV D V McGeadiy is quite nn
while Holmes Hall will probably rcnaburg, left last week for Com- abUj' ad a Beconld COU(ln
try it again on tho Republican tick- forr Texas; where she will spend f Rev McGeachyi We,j known, to
U Uje;, winter. aus. Jennie w. Marhall people m a for- ..beWlng-down pain in ttve null of
Wm Wilson, wife and children of X?J? SLXll mer paor at'Fultoi" X ' I &H that my kW-
n kii 10 an' operator for tte Bell Tele- -T . . jjJL-j d irl wu.
their experience with the. Old,
Quaker Remedy. Here Ls an ex-,
araple worth reading:
Mrs. C. F. Storandt, 78 Jeffer
son Ave. Marshall; Mo., saysi,
waa greatly troubled by o heavyii,
re- TH-ri.ij- .,,.ti," ti,QO tt 'eyf
turned homo Thursday after a Were unnatural.
pleasant .visit at Henry
east of towri, Frank Hi
family were aUo gueati
Hayob home last week,
relatives of -Mr, ;and Mi
H.I. Downtog; Is back
oago,iwhere he waot to
hia lhr other W. O. Downii
Fak, Meotana, wbo uad
opera4ioB ;ijusl .is 'ioliig - ts
Havob's.
rst and W
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ago for Warrenaburg yhere
Seeiac 'Doan'a XidMf PUs adver-.
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it the l:.rX7ZnZ- WuiiVaW W'Vid JJ. VoWoiiUiieirf Driig i9.r an had taken ' '-j
hey.we Sk '?H-:Ax$45 Mom ,1 felt, t
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