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'Frfdav February' 18, ltil.
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ' mw r i; i V. ?; I IT.'. J" County News ft XKGKOGSS3O0C ARROW ROCK Miss Nca Townsend was shop ping in town Monday. Mr E. P. A cxan ler cam? utt Moml.iy from Cooper with her son' in-Ta L. . Wilmarth an 1 will vlall -r sister Mrs. Minerva Bing ham I r n few days. B. D. McMalian of Coo, er was on onr streets Tuesday. Hp-')- Morris, wife and baby nc coraj.i'tc'1 his mother, Mrs. T. B. Horna home from Elliott Station last Tuesday an i will m ike his homr- licre. Ctrk Swinncy and daughters, from west of town were town ls Horn- Wednesday afternoon. lr. and Mrs, Clyde Estabrook of So'-U.l.i Is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Joe Pummcll and little daughter of Center Town, Mo, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will roffrn.in and grandmother, Mr. India Park who Is very sick. Mr. Crass and wife were guests ThuxwJay and Friday of Mr. John RWbjum and family. Mm. Ocotz who has been sick Is Improving slowly. VA Drown and family of North ITartleman were shopping in town ThurJrJay. Ocorgn Vanars-Jcll nnd wife nnd Gibson Scott and wife wcreauppcr guests Thuralay evening of Mrs. rarilce Bingham. Jloraco Eadcs of Cooper was on our streets Friday. La t:y Long and wife from north of Marshall were dinner guests Thursday at the homo of the Utters aunt Mrs. Parllce Bingham. Will Vanarsdcll of near Harde man was trading In town Satur day. Miss Ruth Shcmwcll came over In the mall hack Saturday nnd re BMtnc I until Monday morning with her parents. Mr, W. It. Hubbard is sick at tbl writing with tonslllts. WHY PAY MORE?! We are getting new goods daily and selling be- O low a whisper of competition. Window Glass 4x10 05 10x12 08 10x14 12x14 10 10x20 15 10x24 15 10x28 18 12x20 15 12x28 1 20 12x36 25 10x40 25 14x28 25 14x36 30 16x20 20 16x24 25 20x28 35 22x28 40 22x32 45 12x32 25 12x30 25 24x28 60 24x32 70 24x36 75 '24x40 .85 ! 26x32 80 10)26x42 1.00 12x42 SO 24x52 1.50 Putty 5c per pound. Barn Paint 5 gal Red, per gal. .80 1 gal. Red, per gal .90 5 gal. Slate, per gal .90 1 gal. Slate, pci gal 1.00 House Paint Fine Color Card, per gallon 1.90 Guaranteed not to chalk or crack. Large Willow Clothes Baskets .85 Table Oil Cloth Fancy oil cloth, yd .18 White oil cloth, yd .20 Baking Dishes FIRE PROOF 5 in. .10 6 in. .15 7 in 20 8 in. .25 9 in. .30 Hamburg Coats 1.49 Work Coats 1.25 ' Elegant Dress Skirts, all kinds and priced tit a very low price. We are head quarters for dishes and granite ware. Nice flowered plates .10 Cups and Saucers.. .10 ED. F. WEST. Eddie wont lie to yu. WEST SIDE SQUARE MARSHALL, MO. V. S. Shemwell was doing some man (and family. ROSE VALLEY The following were Sunday vis itor 'at Walter Smith's, Jim Bald win :and family and George Akc- HARDEMAN carx;nter won; the first of the week for L, A. Wilmarth In Coop er. Kric Monely of Cooper was In town Saturday trading. Sanders Townsend of the coun ty was a town visitor Saturday. V. A. Wells, wife and daughter, Ethel, were guests of friends In the country Sunday. Joe lllllon was on our streets Saturday afternoon. CLAY CENTER Mins Mar.v Odell has returned from Marsshnll where alio lins been for several weeks. S. S. Wood from West Slater was hauling hay from here Wednesday, week with her parents Willis Mc John nail is vlsltlnir homefolks. Kinney and family of New Home Louis King and wife were guests of W. A. Smith Sunday. drover Leonard and family were Sunday guests of Luther Treece and .family. Clay Killion, wife and baby, Onle Deal, 'wlfa and baby ware guests of John W. Killion Sunday. Minnie Itothrock spent from Fri day until Monday with homefolks. 1J. F. .Hall, wife nnd son were guests 'of the latters parents W. M. Cox nnd family Sunday. T. 'A. 'McAllister and family were guests of J. D. Itothrosk Sunday. Will If. Smith and family were guests Sunday of BUI Wltcher nnd family of near Sweet Springs, Mrs. Arthur Mayse spent last neighborhood. Mrs. tfd Scott Is very sick present. John Masters is very low. Frank Funnel nnd wife wero guests of Fred Montgomery family Sunday. Mrs. Elwood Yoklcy was Miss Kathryn Hills, Inez, Earl and Charlie Brown went to Nelson Friday. Misses Lucllo and Lorlno West attended Sunday School at ITarde Uii Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown spent Saaulav at Lindsav Hall's. Ir. W. L. Sharp visited al John Buest 'of Mrs. Wagner Monday, rumble's Friday. Mm Eddie Brown and son, J. E. flatted Mrs. A. J. West Sunday. Mas Elsie and Amos Brurablo west to Slater Wednesday. apt. James L. Lynch visited our aehool Friday. Wlllard and Wilson nail nnd Uawood Brown called on friends pt Slater Sunday. Jamca Narron passed through ere Thursday putting up sale at the and sec his Monday Will Eastham went to mother In Arrow Hock who h.in bean real sick. Will Woodsmall moved lly near Marshall Inst week where he purchased a nice fnrm. A. O. Ballard Is real sick. Mr. Julius Keith visited with her slitar Mrs. Joe Thorp Wednes day. Tom Haemeler met with a pain ful accident while cutting down a tree Tuevlay mashing his foot. Dr John Hall dressed his wound. Mr. and Mr. Ernest Odell and little daughter spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs, Turner Embrey. Lewi Hasemeler was in Marshall Friday. LowIa Slayer and wife visited his parents In Pilot Drove Saturday and Sunday. Clark Swinncy and daughters, Kate and Mary and P. J. Hlllcn were shopping In Arrow Rock Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mrs Simon Davis and little son were guests of Ernost Odell and family Thursday. a, J. uiuson ana wuc wero trad ing In Arrow Rock Saturday. NEW HOME J. J. Murray left Monday for hiii .home near Mclrosa. Now Mexlro I haf ter an extended visit with rcln hls fam-. i,n..., ,n,i r,u,i. i,n jesse uarmcan nnnpcncu to an accident Monday while chopping wood ho cut his foot. The pie supper at the Carmcnn sehool house Saturday night was well attended, the proceeds being $11.05. Miss Dora Harris spent from Frl day until Sunday with her home folks. T. L. Harris and son Ordtle or Sweet Springs spent from Friday until Sunday with Ids parents D. M. Harris and family. Miss Myrtlo Carmean visited Mr. and Mrs. Luther Carm?. o Blackburn Monday. Mesdamcs Charles WntklnH of Ray county and Arthur Mnysc of near Sweot Spring visited last weok with their paronts Mr. and Mrs. Willis McKinnoy and family. Mrs. Bunch of Blackburn visited John Ross and family Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nolle Derkln spent Saturday night with homefolks. Misses, Dee fettle and Josephine Scott accom- ANTIOCH Osrt Sadewhlte from Marshall Is visiting friends hero at present. Bdtllo Brown was a Marshall eaXer Monday. Fred Elder spent Sunday night at John Brumbies. Tom Davis and children spent Sunday at Eddie Brown's. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Ben Hall and family were guests of !W. (M. Cox Sunday. Mrs. Qeorgo Akoman and chil dren were Thursday guests of Peter Akeraan. Mrs. Jim Hook spent Sunday at the 'homo of Mr. Kurkcndall. Mrs. Kukendall Is reported no better at present. Mrs. J, Arrlngton is very 111 with pneumonia. Misses Lucy and Cora Cundiff spent Tuesday and Wednesday at tho homo of Jess CuncUff, Oatho Buskirk and (amlly were guests or Elmer Ballard Saturday. Little Kathorlno Nlghtwtne la sick. J, M. Hook was shopping In Sweet Springs Saturday. . GRAND PASS woro Slater callers Saturday. Miss Mayme Dlorklng visited her sister Mrs, Odell Saturday and Sur. day. Cha. Niomelcr visited with his children Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Henry Niemeior and daugh ter Marie returned home Saturday after a few weeks visit with her mother Mrs. Hllon In Kansas City Julius Relth, Clyde Sims, nenry Nlcmeler and Arch Qoodloo attend ed tho sale at Napton Saturday. Aug. Niemeler was calling in Nelson Saturdaay. Hubert Davis spent Saturday at homo with his parents, Mrs. E. Morris Is vlsltlnir pjto suppor Saturday night nt the Carmean aehool house. Mrs. Charles Watkins left Mon day tor her homo in Ray county.' Her sister Miss Ruth- McKlnneyac compacted her. .Mrs. Sleeper died at tho home of her son Thomas Lemon on Monday Feb. 12 1912, particulars will bo given later. Miss Anna Fetters visited the Miisea Ilarrls Saturday night. BLUE LICK POSSUM HOLLOW John Cordor died In Excelsior Springs Saturday Feb. 10th and was burled In Waverly Monday 4TJbx sick in this section aro bet- afternoon after services nt ytho ter. homo bf hla son, Leslie. Tho Ikcxc was a good crowd at pray- Masonic order took charge of the me meeting last Wednesday night burial. at tho Bule Lick church. Mrs. J.'Demoes spent a few days little Grace Griffith is on the t 'last week with her daughters, atck list this week. Janlo and Sylvia, in Marshall. Mrs. Edna Davenport and chll- The 'revival Is In progress yot at rea spent Saturday night nnd Sun tio Baptist church. R3v. Roberts jr with homefolks, has Von .tho hearts and good at- good crowd attended Sundoy tentlons 'of his vast congregations at Blue Lick Sunday. he una Rov. Bolton are zealous in ' j. V. P. Luso will f Ui his reg- thU 'good work. All aro cordially war appointment Sunday morning . Invited 'to attend. c renin a at the Rhm T.loir Rev. Bucknar will hndl .Arlo. Wsfc. lot flemons at the Mi E. Church. " W. F. Dennis txt,xa Napton spent ."eginlng Sunday the 23th. All StHtday with his sen Luther Dennis 'are cordially invited to attend. at Geo", W. Brown was hara from i . .-J-.. jswr Blue Lick, C - Y 1 1 t ii Bs? J V?!, "' wue ueucr -f ;m- . v. wxltlag. Platte City last week. Will Dennis and dnusrhtpr T.I nntfi i,or of Napton wero Sunday vlBltorBof daughters Mrs. P. 8. Reynolds andv10, Dnnls. Julia Morris. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Newt Gib son a baby glrL Coughs and Colds You could not please us bet ter than to ask your doctor about AVer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bron chitis. Thousands of families always keep it in the house. The approval of their physi cian and the experience of many years have fliven them great confidence m this, standard cough medicine. Sold for seventy years. Any foe doctor will tot vsuthtt smedl. Im Nk Ayer't'Casrrr rsotofsl esanst 4 tto ksst vttrk if, the wtl an mo HastoJ. Ask your doctor if Im kMws nytklBK bsttor thaa Aysr'a nil f er raoMai mt htulskatM tf the liver. V, tlH WW., UWML SH. Ib4y MM .r ft . . . air, Ana jura, ts, uonnu anu son Roy, wero dinner truest of A!omo IZelglo and wife Sunday. Sunday, Fob. llth being Mr. John Bchekwer's 12 birthday., his wlfoand daughters had qulto a pleasant sur prlso for him by Inviting 2d of his neighbors and kinsfolks to dmnvr. Will DennIa of Herudon was a Sunday visitor of Luther Dennis. Johnson and Ruben Hatfield o' Slater were callers at Blue Lick Saturday evening. Minnie Wlngfleld and Mattle York wero all day visitors of Graco Las'.ey Sunday. Marguerlto Downs of M. V. C. spent Sunday with homefolks. Moving Is the ordor of the day. 1W. T. Clark la moving his saw mill' near Blue Lick. Misses Clara and Ruble Drake "areito entertain tho Clod Hoopors Thursday ntf HtH . C y Miss LInnle Dennis is spending the fvedk with -Mrs, f. J. Holden. Lilther DennU.got hla loot iah- oa wniie lalllag a tree Friday. Hliea & Halwr.vthU Vaelt traded for Ff(3C. Stivers, ills utorai in Kxr coWoV Springs for i' $15,MH nk( MIDWAY J. K. Shannon nnd family visited Ellas Steele and family Sunday. Tho two children of Mr. and Mrs. Cumpton who havo been very sick aro Improving. I. J. noldcn and wife passed thru lore one day las; week enrout to Marshall. Eldon Bramon visited Carl Shan non one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dennis nnd son Roy visited A'.onzo Zlcgcl and family Sunday. W. F. Dennis and daughter Miss Ltnnle of Napton "pauad through here Sunday. J. R. Marsh and family attended services at Mt. Olive Sunday. JESTER Warren Caldwell Is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Colvert and sons wero driving in our neighbor hood Wednesday. Miss Laura Hnbcrmnn and Miss Ida Lewis spent Tuesday with Miss Bessie ILiynte. Miss Julia. Desmond spent Sat urday1 night with homefolks. Mioses Flossy and Anna Brown spent Sunday with Hazel Nobel. Mrs. Koontz and little son were driving in our neighborhood Fri day afternoon. J. K. Lewis and daughter Miss Ida spent Friday with Charley Lewis and wlfg. cd home Saturday. John John of near Sweet Springs was In our burg Sunday. Rudolph Hlnck was aMarshnll visitor Monday. Miss Lena Cook visited In Hlg glnsvtlle Saturday. Home Money I have some $250,000 belonging to an estate which I want to loan on good farms at 0 per cent. Securi ty and title passed on by me with out delay. I alsa have Eastern money at five per cent O. W. NEWTON, 7-10b Marshall, Mo. MIAMI Mrs. Cocn States, of near Bogard, Carroll county, was here a few day last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wnldcn. Prof. Hltchborn of tho nigh School has been 111 several days but resumed his duties on Tuesday. Robert Parrlsh who has been very 111 Is convalescing nicely now but rather slowly on account of his age. Mrs. Akorraan who sustained a broken limb not long ago is doing very well and sho isn't suffering very much. Sho la still at Mrs. Sail f leys but will soon bo removed to her own home. Miss Flossie Bishop who tea:h es tho Llttlo School came In on Friday to visit her folks and re turned to her boarding placo on Sunday. Joo Mcs:hcde has had a' very I 1c child. Mrs. Mcschedcs father Is also qulto 111. Mr. McRobcrts Is qulto III. The beautiful sacrod moving pic tures aro drawing largo crowds at tho Miami Christian Church of Sun day nights. Rev. Jones makes ap propriate talks on each picture ex plaining its meaning. Wo hear that somo of tho Miami girls are getting n leap year spirit on themselves and aro relieving many a bashful yot anxious youth of tho burdon ho has long been wntlng to sal rid of by popping tho question. Our river still remains blocked and mall, freight, express and pas sengers havo easy nnd quick pas sago to and fro. St. Valentino made somo good hits In Miami, both in a serious and comic way. ' Messrs. Fred and Rodger Ulrey of Dowitt came up and spent Sun day with their cousin, Jas. Ulrey. Bills are .out for an entertain ment given by the Sunday SchooL Miss Bessie Ulrey who Is famed for her excellent speaking will favor tho audience with some fine read EMMA Fred Weber and family visited in Sweet Springs Sunday. Wm Wlllo and wife visited Wm 13 Webcrs last Sunday. Wm. C. Meyer and family have moved to Blackburn where Mr. Meyer has bought property. We hate to s;o them leave but wish j him success in his new home. Albert Hucpcr has left us and Is visiting in St Louis at present. Geo. Bodcnstab made ntrlp to L. A. Meyer propcritor of tho i.one Pino Dairy farm visited in tScdalia last week. list. May ho soon recover. Quito afow havo bad colds In our community. ' . Everybody attond nenry nase meyer's sale, Saturday, Fo'b. 17th. Tho Emma Band is going to give concerts this coming summer. Henry Dankcnbrlng clerked two sales, way up north. Give him a trial on clerking. Around Town Tho Dally Domocrat-Nows Sat urday referred to tho "Damocrntlc , press" of SaUne. If wo made such a mistake we'd hldo out for six weeks. Our suggestion to the brother Is to "sot 'em up" to the presi and overy good Democrat In tho county. A good political Joke was told SaturJay on the Btrccts. A lot of fellows woro playing pool and talking politics whon ono asked, "Say, which ono of the Is running for county treasurer?" When told it was "tha lazy one," ho said, ''well tho ontlro family must bo running then." Tho can didate they, rofcrrod to was stand ing nearby and hoard it nil. Wo haven't lcarnod his sldo of tho story yet, but It might make Inter esting reading. The Ropublican forco has been undergoing many changes tho past two weeks. Otho L. Clark has pur ciiasod tho Poplar Bluff Citizen and left for that city. Frod Fow ler, foreman for about eight years lias taken a position with tho 'Democrat-News, no has been a very faithful workman nnd wo miss him almost as a member ot tho family. Miss Ruby Scott has been sick several weeks. Charllo Piper, who went to work for ua In December, was laid up several days "by, an explosion of hot metal, but la at work again, although he la bearing a number ot "battle marks" yet Tho two vacant tos- Itlona will be filled shortly. In the meantime F. O. Varnoy will act aa foreman and J. J, Witt will write the newa and we hope we ...111 L . ... wiu noi nuuee a mistake aa waa done last weekmany of our pa pers were dated Feb. 16th t i t i r BLACKBURN Miss Lydia Schwensen who visit ed her sister Mrs. A. Bckhoff, re turned to her home at Mora Sun day. Mise Edith Washburn left for nigglnsville Monday. J. A. Hunter waa a Marshall visi tor Monday, W. J. Taylor was a visitor to Marshall Monday. M, Johnson visited at Marshall Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlue woro pas songcrs to Marshall Saturday. Joo Dowden who has boon In Texas for soveral months rcturn- , I 41 . 1 1 Birthi i Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Ehrnman, j of South Lafayette, report a new 1 son on! the' 7th. ' . ' .. ( Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Daniels an nounce tho arrival of a little daughter last week. , Mr, and , Mrs. Durward Huff, of Lathrop, Mo.1! ae'the "proud par onM of alO lb. boy bora to Mrs. Huff at the homo of her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. John Keehart. north- joast of town, Wednesday morning roo. inn. . The Fountain Head of Life Is, The Stomach A bm wbe kaa weak sad impaired itomMh aad wse dots set properly W food wUI toon fed that kta Meed, has kMeaaa weak ead imwritltd, sad that bis whole body U impresarlr aad aittOeieatly Bourbb4. y Br. MMMmrm qblbmn mmbiwxl Dimmmvutr ?. mtimt. pfmofm ftmw mi efsjeaafr Mfeeev ejM Imai mppHto. mm -- marm. tmvtmmm fi.. MMwaVM mm imfnMn ami tmrnl: it, tmmkiTmUm C' a etfre Im mlm mm mi tm lmgmmmmu y.HPT7" f Hxeerie extraet of Aaserieaa audieal' nttV t 4 1 aaaaBaaaMaaaw aM raaaai lanaiu attara mam i m r . - a . "?-SlZ - T" .rr"T rrJT "."Wf " ' reiUleasMo wmi seeeet rTSTTTi-i y yl"www y:Mto:eMe U aN tseblef 1 wviwt mvnm as a euaefMato for ''tUaNata-aMvsa ' ,n. saef;UMw.ar, I'e5baiaa. Mi v 9