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O. W. Johnston s Sririn
1 g Greetings wmmmmmmmmmLvmmmm&mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmm m I S s E ! i TOURING the long winter months we spent our time not in idleness but at hard work preparing to give youf the best service you can possibly get by selecting and buying at the right prices and assembling for you the best merchandise to be had in our markets, right here in our store It certainly looks good to have you coming in again and buying so freely. What I have written below is simply to call your attention to what we have in a general way. Come in and see it all. WE WANT YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE. HOUSE-CLEANING BRIGHTENING UP TIME BUY the Old Reliable SHERWIN-WILLIAMS products in Stains, Varnishes, Enamels, Etc. With these goods you can make your chairs, tables, dressers, etc., almost like new radiators, chandeliers, bath tubs, sinks, iron beds, all with a beautiful new Easter Enamel Suit. Bring out your porch furniture and swing. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' 42 years experience have given them a long lead in the manufacture of special paints, stains, varnishes and enamels for the preservation and beautifying of wood and metal. In these durable colors you may dress up your porch and lawn pieces to suit your taste. For borders around the rooms their colors are perfect and easily applied. Colors can be had to blend harmoniously with your rug and other deco rations. A coat of Mar-Not on top gives a lasting durable finish. Mar-Not is a Sherwin-Williams product of very high quality, tough and durable. Will not mar or give in by walking on it or dragging furniture over it. PAINTS. It is not only nice and orderly but it is economy to paint your buggy, wagons, carts, farm implements, fences, barns, out houses, as well as the HOME with this celebrated Shcrwin & Williams' preserv ing and beautifying colors. These goods arc put up in convenient cans, and you can buy it as cheaply as you pay for the "Just as Uood" put under all kinds of "catchy" names. You can get the Gonuino Shor-win-Williams products every can guar anteedat 10c, 15c, 25c, 40c, 75c and up. Brushes, 5c, 10c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c and up. Remember, this same Sherwin-Williams' IIousc Paint has been reduced from 15c to 25c on the gallon. Look for the formula, on the can, and you know what you buy. Weigh the can give it every known test for covering capacity and durability, and you will paint your houses with S. W. P. Buy NOW, while price is off. Try Just one room. You do the work. Material is small item. Come, send or phone our store for enough Kopal Varnish (Shcrwin-Wilhams product) to varnish the baseboards, doors, door facings and window facings, mould ings and all wood work. You can then see what a very small expense, directed in the right channel, will do towards beauti fying the home. POLISHES. Polish for Furniture, Stair Cases, etc.: Liquid Vonoor 25c. 50c and $1 sizes. Nickol Polishes and Cream for Nickel, Copper and Brass 10, 20, 25c. Aluminum Paint, Gas and Gasoline stove Enamels 15 and 25c. Inside of all ovens should be painted with Aluminum. Carpet Sweepers, Etc. Wc must, as good housekeepers, 'con tinue to fight the dust. Bissel's Carpet Sweeper will gather all the dust and litter off of the floor into a box, which can be carried out of the room and burned up, The new Bissel is ball-bearing runs so easy uo work real fun to sweep with the . improved Bissel. You should quit sweep ing with the old straw broom throwing the dust into the air, breathing it and forc ing others to breathe it. Surely not sani tary, very hard work; allowing the dust to settle back on the furniture, draperies, etc. Antiquated ideas let's quit. I will sell you a Bissel Sweeper, that will be cheaper considering only the $ part of them than your brooms cost you. You do not have to have the heavy, clumsy, high priced vacuum cleaner to get the dust out of your house. Try a Bissel, from $2.50 to $3.75. If you do not think it worth the money wc will refund the money. Wc believe in mak ing your work easy and sanitary. Dusters and Mops. Howard Dustlcss Duster and Mops, "Oil of Gladness," a prepared cloth; you wipe off your furniture, stuir-casc, &c, and to this cloth adheres ALL the dust; no dust thrown out into the air to settle back on the furniture and floor as it will do if you take an old-time duster and. knock it off. Don't do the unsanitary again take the dust off in this modern sanitary way and have a good, clean room, no dust germs hiding around some corner. Use the window and floor mops that gather the dust in the sane manner. If it's good wo havo it. Wc sell it under rocoinmondotlon wo mako good, and refund your money if you are not pleased. Do You Raise Chickens? Our stock of "Cyphers," "Sure Hatch," and "Old Trusty" Incubators and Brooders are getting low. Place your order for the Factory Incucator that has and docs sell to you under a guarantee. We have in stock only the best chick foods and remedies: Conkcy's and Cypher's. You have found it expensive to try out new remedies and food. Conkey's and Cyphers' are put up by experienced poultry people. Poultry, Yard and Field Fence. The kind that stretches best, looks best, is best. Smooth wire and barb wire. Just as well have a nice, smooth, tight fence, without tics, warps and sags. Let us show you 1 Our Shop All kinds of Roofing, Guttering, Tin aud repair work. Plumbing and Heating by a mechanic. Pumps of all kinds. "Swat the Flies V Swat the Deadly Germ Breeding Flies 1 Put on your door and window frames the Pearl Wire Cloth." You will find "The Pearl" advertised in the leading magazines It is guaranteed. Do not buy the cheapest for that is expensive; nor is it necessary to pay too much. The Pearl will give long service, is almost invisible, and-will whenj cared for, bold out the nasty fly for five, years.. The price is moderate, 4c sq. ft. Yon can know the Pearl, It's silver col or and has two copper sclvigc edges -remember, Coppor SolviRe Edgos. It is dust proof; it is sanitary; it lasts. Garden Tools Did you ever notice the difference in Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Spades and Shovels. It's a Pleasure to use a Good Tool. Hard work with a Poor one. Our self-sharpening, Razor Steel Hoc, with a beautiful choice hickory handle. Such tools will be busy before and after our morn iug and.evcning meals. This department has had special at tention and you will not loose to get it's benefit. All kinds of Garden Tools. Our Garden Plow is a hummer. Try it. Refrigerators. Gasoline and Oil Stoves. The Alaska Ice Boxes aud Refriger ators sold in Marshall for 25 years. Others come and go, the Alaska has made good. It is still here from $10.00 to $40.00 The "Quick Moal" Gasolino Rango is far ahead of all others. And other old timers that have been kept just a little ahead of them all in maker's improvements. .Carried off the first prize at all the world's big fairs. Gasoline Stoves from $2.49 to $30.00. Our line of Oil Stoves have grown very large. We have several makes and sell you on approved. The "Perfection" "Quick Meal" and "Bon Ami." Ovens with glass doors, in 3 kinds. Lawn Mowers Xou will recognized the same high quality Jiti' our lawn mowers as in other lines. "The "Philadelphia" has been mow ing American lawns and yards for 40 years. "Senior" "Keen Klippcr" the Celebrated "Caldwell," Don't hesitate, we back those wc recommend, your money back if you arc not pleased, Cooking Utencils To please you Aluminum, Granite and tin. Many articles for the Kitchen from Egg Beaters, Spoons, Cake Turners, Cake and Buscuit Cutters from 2c, Co and 10c. Cooking Pans, Etc., 10c to 26o and up. TABLE CUT JjERY Knives, Forks, Spoons, Etc. 5c per set to $20.00; Pearl Handle Knives and Forks. Wc specialize on Lander, Fray & Clark and Rogers 1847, high class material at modorate prioeB. It will pay you to buy your Tahlowaro from us. Have you noticed how our China and Gluaswu.ro department has grown. All kinds of Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, Pitchers, Etc., from Cut Glass and Havi land to the cheapest goods. Remember us for your every day needs. Dishes, Plates, Cups, Saucers, Knives, Forks, Spoons and Etc. Furniture, Rug and Drapery Dept. It is simply wonderful to sec how our Furniture, Rug and Drapery Departments expand Furniture for the Parlor, Sit ting Room, Plain Room, Bed Room, Kitch en, Guest Room, Bath Room and Den. Yes, and in so many kinds of woods and finishes. Circassion Walnut, Dull Mahogany, Early English, Fumed Oak, Golden Oak, Bird's Eye Maple The new Kimbel Dcvanctte, a splendid divan and makes a full size bed when open. Many new things in Bed Davanports, Sanitary Couches, Springs and Cots. In a few days wo will show a full line of Leather Scat Dining Chairs for $12.00 a set, big bargain. Ask to see the Twin Pedestcl Dining Tables in 54 in. tops. You can buy a dining table for $5.00, $7.50, $12.50, $20.00, $30.00, $40.00 and $50.00. Buffets, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $55.00. A cheap Kitchen Chair for 73c. Lace Curtains in all the Nets and Scrims, 35c, 65c, 85c, $1.25, $2.25, $3.75, $5.00 and up to $12.00. Pair of Drapries from 15c to 75c per yard. Do not forget this department. i 3 0. W. JOHNSTON'S HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING STORE P. S. Wash day must not k fergUM Tubs, Wash Boards, and Writers. Take Nt a One Minute Washer, try R 4 weeks, we will, refold ywr meiey if yen are not pleased. SLATER Edwin Rector transacted busl noas at tho. county seat Monday. Luther Gilliam returned home Thursday after several weokB stay in Florida whero ho had been look ing alter hla interest. Alias Loo Lawless and Joseph Auer, of Marshall wore hero Sat urday to 'attend the funeral of Uttlo Robert Stafford. Lester Dickson of Arrow Rock spent a tow days last week with hla iwiclo, D. J. Dickson and family. J. A, West aud family of Clay Center were visitors at the homo of Millard Allan Saturday. Mra. Kondrlcks and sister of Mon too county wero called here by tho iUnoaa of tholr sister, Mrs. R. II. Nucklca. Charlea Willis and family left and day last wcok for Canada their future. Ihomo. Robert Ilerrlder of Mobcrly, Apant a few days last week with hla parents, Ilarry Ilerrlder and wife, Wm. Herring and wife of near Fish Crook woro on our streets Saturday. M. E. Miller oind family -of Gil liam, visited Sunday with tho lat- tcra parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stono, Mra. Teckemcyer, of Forest Green, ia tho guest of her brother, Fred Windmoyer and family . Miss Lucllo Frect left one day Inst week for C .ton din. Texas, for !an extended visit with hor sister, Wm. Auer mado a business trip to Gilliam Tuesday. T. J. Stivers and wlfo of Orcar vlllo Suadaycd u.t the homo of D. J. Dickson. Dr. Goodo arrived hero from Kansas Tuesday' for a visit with his sister, Misslo Goodo. Onlc Thomaa of Little Rock, was on our streets ono day last 'week. Inez Dowdy died nt tho homo of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Elmoro on April 5th aged 10 years. Funeral services wcro conducted at 'tho resldonco by Rev, Wolf and tho remains interred in tho city cemetery. GLENWOOD Mra. Henry Lomlor is with her daughter Mrs, Loulso Krauso this wook who ia very sick. J. P. Kurtz and daughter Martha were shopping in Swoot Springs Tuesday. I Tho dance 'given by O. W. ': isB? . : Stephenson and wife Monday night waa very much enjoyed. Miss Ella. Lemlor is homo again. Misses Mabel and AUeou Wag oner spent Sunday with tho Misses Kurts. Will mil and family visited I. J. Iloldon and wito Sunday. Marshall Akeraan and family pmt Saturday night and Sunday with hla wife's Iporonts Robert Conner and family. Mrs. John Thomas is real sick. BLACKBURN Miss (Nellie Washburn was Marshall visitor Saturday. llarl Drumolcr waa a nassonccr to Hlgglnsvillo Monday. Mr. and Mra A. C. Eckhoff .mil daughter Miss Violet were visitors to nigglnavillo Friday. Honry Koenig waa a Marshall vis Itor Monday. Mra. E. Sells and children de parted for their homo Tuesday near Illinois. Geo. Brunkhorst was a passenger to Marshall Monday. Mrs. Detert and John Blakoly of Oklahoma nro .visiting relatives and friends here.