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FrWUy. Miy 17, iit .DAVIS DISTRICT PAINT AND GLASS la. DeUrity returrisd to . her home In St. Louis Saturday niter a isit of tcveral month? with r: atlve9. She w.ib ac ompin'cd hj her1 nclcfr, M133 Fredi Stephens who expects to make n ehort visit in St Louis. . W1U Fowler ot Slater spant a few-daya of la9t weak with bome ro'UcK Henry Uohlken and family of NeV Frankfort SundaddnAjh? homo of Joa. Herrmann's, $-V Mr. and Mr. .Tno. Mcaklrrv3,cf Arizona nrrlvcl here 1ml Tvcek to visit the latters mother, ' Mrs. Wm. Qadberry who 1 que lfk. 1 Mr. Geo. Wood was on the sick Ust, tho first of the weak. Iilttlo Ruth Brown returned to her homo Saturday, after a weeks vWt with relatives in Slater. Ifrank Qadberry of Iowa Is viikting his parents here. Miss Molllc Mayf Icld of near Fort Scott, Kansi is visiting relatives and friends in this vlcln'.ty. Ernest Mullins and wife vlsllcd at' the home, of Jcbm Coopsr last Sunday. JBlss Mary Fowler is Ifiitlnj? her ulsters near Malta Bend this week. AYRES poser Dulancy vltltcd V. 15. Du laney Sunday. 4. E. and L. S Cook Bold a ctr lo$d of hogs to Warner & Ellison Monday. L. S,, Cook and "famt'y visited J. Low'tllcn anil wife Sundny. Mrs. Julia Walker Is better at this writing. Tile river Is rlslnj again and cutting somo In some places. Look out for tho June rls?. The carpenters ara finishing L. K. Wood's hojise, where hi ex pects to move as soon as it Is completed. The Sunday School at New pros pect was well attended Sundiy. There seems to bo illto a differ ence In the attendance at Sunday School and that of preaching. A Very few know the Importance of a Sunday School. There will l- a church meeting Smithy and lhry want every member pr.o;nt and" all others that can com?. They are going to vote for a, pastor for tho church. Brother limner has decided to preach for us If he .la chosen. Lot everyone com and votct for him nnd also come In time, for'our Sunday School. Mrs. Nellie llarrl? was visiting ViB, Dulaney nnd family Monda.x. HERNDON W. II. Itlgglm was transacting business hi Marshill tha'flrst o' tho week.' Mr. and' Mrs. King of near Long wood visited their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Phillips several days hst week. W. p. Hilton wcnl to Sweet Sprlnga, Monday for W. n. Elg gln'a merchandise. Julius Otter spent Sunday with her son, Will and fam'ly. The baby noh' ot th Utter has ben quite tAjT b'ul Is better. Edna "and Eve!yn Thomas vJn'ted MJidred, Botrlght 8unday after Sunday School. Mr Stevenson had a nnrrow s ca'la&t Friday. A torn of mules rafffoff ;-wlth a plow and ran over a(tcrnoon ili Mrs. Jam.' Tho plow cut quite a gnsn " in hla left check and brulfod him . . . , considerable. W have jnst received T. J. Johnston deUvcred mire another Hhipmoni ofHicy- vwA of Mtll Mon.lnv. H- took oies. rnocs n.uu nnu up. Best house paint, per gallon $1.90 V " half iallon-.-li. -.- 98c " " quart 50c Except grecn-one-third higher. Red barn paint, per gallon cans . 90c " " " per 5alloncans, per gal. 80c Gray 10c more. , Japalac, quart cans ; 69c " pints 39c " half pints 26c " " 1-4 pints 1- 13c Usually sold much higher. WINDOW GLASS. SINGLE STRENGTH. 8x10 5c 10x12 8c 12zl4 10c 10x20 15c 10x24 15c 12x20 15c 10x28 20c 12x28 20c 16x20 20c 12x36 25c 10x40 25c 4 14x28 25c 16x24 ,25c 12x32 25c 12x30 25c 22x28 40c 22x32 45c DOUBLE STRENGTH. 24x28 60c 24x32 70c 25x36 85c 24x40 95c 26x32 90c 12x42 50c 26x42 1.00 24x52 1.00 Putty, per lb. 5c Eddie Won't Lie To You. im V W. Marshall, JL-i-LS. 1 TT COL. Mi Sooc-i-1 c-gj--Jucxsrsxcc-n-cc-(S-E- they will bo with their 'brother Oscar during the summermonths -Miss Ziplha Gwinn is at hpmq hftera protracted Visit 'with rela tives in Kansas City. M. F. Allen and wife went to Marshall one day last week to seo the latter's brother in law 'Sitn Brown, who'very.low. -7 Claud Stafford and wife aro at homo after several days- stay in Kansas City where they were call. cd by the death of the latters fath her, Wm. Bozzell. Miss Effie Dickson returned h line after a few days visit with relatives in Marshall. J M. Stivers of Marshall was ori our streets one day last week shaking hands with his many friends and electioneering for the office of assessor. C M. Mead and wife aro at home after several weeks stay in Hot Snrinus where they went for (ho benefit of thcirlhcaUh. Mrs.Parkhurst tfnd child red re turned to their home Monday at Iloustonia after several days visit with her brother and sister, Dr. G. W. Caldwell and Mrs. .Ice Storret Mr. Bartman of Kansas City was hero Thursday looking after the ice plant ruins. T. H. Dickson and son Lester was in town from Araow Rock Tuesday. A Great Building Falls when Its foundation Is undermined and if tho foundation or health good digestion Is attacked, a iulck collapse fo'.lowB. On the first signs of Indigestion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at P. II. Franklins. Strong Healthy Women 'If womaa'tg ttroni tmi healthy tit womanly way, motft erhood mean 4 to her but little eutferinf. The trouble lie. In the fact that the many women aufer from weakness and disease ot the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted" for motherhood. Tills can be remedied. . Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Car, the weaknesses and disorder of women. 'It aets direction the delicto .am! Important " orjas concerned la motherhood, mkiaj( then healthy, strong, rijorous, virile) and efastie. "Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy end makes baby's advent easy and almost .painless. It auiokens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Tboasaad. of women have testified to Its marvelous merits. It Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Welt Honest druMtt do not offer substitutes, and ore them upon you as "ost as (food." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this un-utrtt remedy. It contains not drop, of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming 6t Injurious drjf,. Is a pure glyceric extract o( healing, native American root. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o The Approved Summer School o of Missouri Valley College o o o o o o o o o o o o will open Juno 3rd, and continue ten weeks. Grades will bo accepted for both County and Slato certificates. Teachers should remember that grades made in approv ed summer schools arc permanent. Come to the summer school at Missouri Valley College, becauso you can have individual attention of all your in. structors, advantage of cood laboratories and libraries, and tho coolest spot in Missouri, in the shades of a forty aero campus, for your study. Writo for information to I. N. EVRAHI), Dean. 20.23b o o o o o o o o o o o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Mrs. James Demoss, our milliner, night from Kansas City .where ho has a good supply of. up-to-date had been for some tlma. goods. Call nnd sec her. SALT POND L'.tt'e William FitzRcraM lnsbj0n real sick the last few days. Mrs. Tom Sims was called to lloon county to the bed sldo of her father who Is very poorly. She also met her elstcr from Oregon whom she had not seen for thirty years. Lee Hartman anil wlfo spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hart man. Mr. and Mrs, John Leather and daughter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Hill Fitzgerald. Hob Staforil made a, lmlrrcss trip to Sweet Springs Saturday. i J. K. Harris of Sweet Springs t ns. was n cauer at Jim riizgcrai-n Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Miser, Sam Ipltt mann. Mr. and Mrs. Ed fBlakloy Jeff Fisher were dinner rucsts 'of Miss Stella, Canlda visited Miss Louis VanBuskirk and wife Sun- LU1 Sldwell Sunday evening. Tl.. a. t.. I II 1 la . J. C. Park Is assisting Mr. Harks in tho Herald printing office Mrs. Will French of Kanens City visited her slater, Mrs. John Hlch luo last week. Mia Mary Slonn or Kansas city Is tho gUest or her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Hockcr thbs week. Smith Slmrall In spending tho week with liomcfolks. i The eighth grade graduating ex ercises woro hold in itho high school aud'tonum Tuesday nigh. A Bplondid address to tho class was mado by Prof, prosper of Fayct'o, who presented tho diplomas as dsted by little Miss Wiles. The .iddrens was followed by "Sun bonnets" a two act by tho pupils or tho clghtli grade which was well rendered by the participants. FOREST GROVE day, Mrs. Marlon Lee thAenv-to' Sweet Springs; 'CM. WlngfleW arid son, Wa'kcr, we'ro. in town Monday. $'oxt Sunday iff rcgu'ar" .preach InjjSunday at. Hazel Orovc. The CjB., aoclety wlU hive,., n tomperanee meetlngr Sundiy evrn ln, May Mth, subject ot tho mect-lng-'wlll be, local option. Misses Ada and Mildred Boitn right and 'Tom Boatrlght Were In Marshall Saturday: T. -T- Olnvrwmh nf Mtirshnll 1 looking after hi farming interest mother, Mrs. B. A. Paris In tlda nelghborhoqd, ' J- B. Wiley of tlio Presby- . . tcrlan cliurch preached tho bacca- MnDTUTDlMnDACC laureate sermon to a crowded NOR I H OKAINU fAdb house at tho Christian church Sun Mrs. Jane Earp o) Maralwlwho day morning. His text was well Wn'vlsltlntr reiitlvos nnd chosen and tho sermon was well Robert Drlskell and family were spent Sunday) Sunday visitors ot J. M. Wllhltc Fitzgerald.' i and family. Ed Canlda and Charley Sellers made) a business trip to nughes illo Monday. C. C. Ruticdge and J. M Wllhltc 1 t I.. n . a-!-ii a,. A U, n . W.W -swRpsjis m ucrnuon aarur F. Naylor, llthv;. & Plumb ing Go. SWEET SPRINGS Rev. Q. E. Shanklln wild wlfo attended tho District meeting of Uio Christian Churches, 2nd Dis trict at Lamontc Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Mrs. W. E. Borryman of St Louis is hero this week with her friends In this neighborhood re turned to her home, in Marshall Monday, She w'- r ccompani?d by three of her grand-chlldran. LUtIo .Miss Lydla TJtlaut vlslted her frlond, Nln Goad ot Orand pass last, Thursday night. Mr. and 'Mrs. Chester Demoss woro au uay guests at tun nomc received by tho audience. Miss Agnes Scott Longan of Sedalia waa the guest of Mrs, Ed Reaves over Sunday. Sho sang two beautiful solos at tho Chris tian church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mra Ed Oroav and son, John, camo down from Kansas City .Thursday in tholr auto and nf rtio ijttnra fnthor' lnst Bundavi are visiting their mother, Mrs. Mr Herman' UtcrUh'g waB shop- Sarah E. Owpns and family, plnff in Malta Bend, one day lost Dr. Owens, John McOuiro and 1 Lqula Klngwcre In Marshall last Mrs.. CUnt MorUe and friend, Tuesday. Mrs,, Brady, of Waverly, were th ...Mr peUa, Corum spent overal pleasant' callers at tho homo of days in Kansa City Hho firstof -the Mr "and Mra. W. J Vogt 'on last week. SdiidaVr" Mrs.. S. D. Clark of north of town, yioWx 1?J-ttrier pf .Mult'a Bend, will vWt friends and relatives in viflUedv'at b!o h.one,; bfj her uncle,, TJeUeyMe and other points in Illl- j...H,-aputtnr .tne.taiier part or w" ":u W',B , , , r Tr n H.n' miiii.1 last week. J.S?1 Hgah'rkurnd Monday day- afternoon.- Mm C. C. Rutledge is on the sick list at this writing. Arthur HW la aomo better.. Mra John Thomas' has been real sick but wo are glad to state she is improving at this writing. There will be a 3-day meeting commencing Friday and a basket dinner atMt 7Jon this coming Frl day and ending Sunday. James Montgomery of ucnrLong wood was calling on Miss Vlrgio Brown Sunday evening. Arther ILU1 and family spent last Sunday with Will Hill and family. For Each County, $1,000. Missouri counties will receive $1H. 000 of tho million dollar farm Iniprov mont fund announced by Scars, Roe buck & Co. In Chicago last week, provided tho cltUoTis of thostatusliow an Interest In tho movement. This Is tho assuranco that II. W. Graham. editor of tho Missouri Rurallst, has rocclved from Hort Hall, secretary or tho grain Improvement committee of tho Associated Commcrlclal Clubs, which has churge of tho distribltlon of tho fund. Mr. Oraham noticed u story in tho Slur Sumluy announcing thut orery county In Kansas could have 1,000 or tho Chicago gift. Ho telegraphed Mr. Oall Immediately Inqurlng tho status of this state in tho distribution or tho fund. Ho received tho follow lug reply yesterday: Every Missouri county eligible whoro local fund is raised to establish a movement in connection with tho college." "Should tho farmers In this state support the proposition" said Mr. Oraham tho College or agriculture of the University of Missouri will place trained men In each county during the present year. "The college or agriculture will place a man who through technical knowledge of agricultural, will be able to help the farmers increase their yield, tn every county where one is asked. "The college or agriculture will pay 25 per cent or each man's salary and the county receiving his 75 per cent. This with the additional Jl ,000 com ing from from Sears, Roebuck and Co., very little remains for the county to pay. SLATER. Robert Mackoy returned homo ono.day last week after several weeks stay in Durand Michigan. John Roynolds and Com P. Storts transacted business in Marshall Friday. Mrs. Charloy Steele and children spent a few days last week with relatives in Marshall. Guy Walker of Little Rock was on' our streets Monday. Joseph James of Cordor here on business Monday. 0 D. P. Dickson and son A. N. Dickson went to Kansas City Tuesday on business. Lewis fRd Forest Neff loft, last weekJbr.Bluo Springs whoro was I Be a Specialist and Double Your Earnings The day or tho '.Jack-of-all-tradcs" Is passed. This is tho timi c f tho specialist, of tho man qualified to do some ono thing to thequccn's tasto-whlch means to tho satisfaction ofu critical boss. No concern can ulfor.l to place a high-grade equipment In the hands of low-grade men. Chinpotltlon forces employers to meet skill with skill. To make In short, have you uny special equipment? Is there any thing In you to command big pay? If not, why not? A special equipment the special knowledge you must have to command big money Is yours for tho asking. If you aro willing to study a little In spare time; it you are willing to do what thousands uro doing gladly, eagerly; If you aro willing to make n littlo effort to 'ut roudy tor Opportunity tlio I. C. S. will send It to you. Every month upwards or 400 1. C. S. students writo to Scranton to toll ot positions secured or bettered or oarnings Increased and prospects brightened through study ot I. C' S. Courses. Last month tho number was 416. The letters camo from oycry section and from nil sorts and conditions of men. Somo of tho writers live In Pennsylvania somo livo In California; some bogan with no mora education than ability to road and writo somo wero collcgo gradu ates; sonic hud a good deal of spare time somo hod to figure on ovory sparo minute; somo wero well-to-do somo woro obliged to savo tho pontiles. It you uro a "live wire" If you wish to mako sura or tho job you want there Is un I. C. S. way tor you. To find out all about It with out cost, mark and mall tho coupon. Doing so will commit you to nothing, placo you under no obligation, und may prove to bo the turnlngjpolnt In your career. Mnrk nnd Mail the Coupon NOW International CorrcHpondcnce Schoolw Bos 1733, SCKATON. PA. rlute explain, whhoui further ebllotloo on my pirt. how I ctn qutllfr Ura bljrhcr i.Urr md (dvinctmtnt to tbt position, irnd. or profusion before which I have marked X. RmM ejpef Sltnetrtpli'' Advtrll(nf Mn' Window Trimming U.S.UI. II Service Ea.me Mlnlnc Emlnttr Mine Foreman RtltrMd Centlmcllne Chcrnltl Commercial Uluilrellne AulomoMIe Running Electrical Enilneer Electric Wlreman Electric UehllnS Electric Rallwafa HeavT Electric Traction Telephone Eapert BiUe Engineer Civil Engineer Surveying and Mapping Mechanical Engineer Mechanical Draftsman Stationer Engineer Archlcct ArcMtecuel Draftsman IContincllne and Building Structural Engineer structural uraiiemen Concrete Construction I'lumhlng t Steam lilting Mrallng and Ventilation Plumbing Inspector Eallmatlng Clerk Agriculture , Poultry Farming. Want L ant ong And you would like long hair? Rich, heavy hair? Beautiful, luxuriant hair? That is perfectly natural, and wr here to help you. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you de sire. Do not be afraid to use it. No danger of its col oring your hair. The ingre dients are all given on each label, thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its ue. Consult Mm frtely. Hfc knows. Narwe.. Strorl and Ne. ........ City'.... .... mm ... mi .... .... 1 lVeeeni Oeeupotlon....... )aOOL-iJ IK ! ill I .....Stat......... 30KMCG 00 DR. HENDERSON til TO IIS WAUNT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. -c-P-MB I YhaOMRaRaUa ctor-OMoat hi ajr and Uaseat Ucatod. A aanlaaaBil raulraraHtln1e1cUcla. Svr40 Year.' Special practice Ut vr at yiMkri) let KaRaaai city. UTAauaHKo it7. eaaaaTaaaTeaTaT' a Miwa..i k ik. ai...l. u i m tl ni mauViVuiii ill UIIHIIi RimiS 118 dpiClil UISHS1S. nnraa marnntaMlBr tnnaev ro funded. AU madlelnee furnllhed read fornia no meroiUTorlnJurlougmedtclDMnjed. No deteoiloatroeabujlnota. raUeBlaaladUlanca treated bj mall and ezpreaa. Medlolnea aeal iritiibiti, free from gats or brea'isgo. Obargaafow. OvotO.OWoMtgitnd, Jne aad oapetlcnca aro ltniorvaoU Btattjottr eaao aad aand tor Urma. CcasaliaUun fro an! aoaflMailal. petiooaUy or b j letter. Hydrool and M MilniMla few daya without caU rnillUIIII cr daager. nook free, iarlnne-iltal EalartedTelnatntba Toaa debility, waakneea of the aeiual aia Ua,aU.(permaaaat); cured without pala. Cwnhlll ThatterHblodleeeie. In ypnillali all Ita forma and aiagea. evired for Ufa. Blood polienlug and alt prlrat dlaeesea permacantly cured. nOlf (r enteav-M p(a. Wt Will ploturce. with full dercrlplloa ot above dlaaaaee, the e Qeeta and cure, aoat aeeledln plain wrapper tree. WT letd&aStt.tw Ul UftiKtUct HtieUka. MCBMUaiUMOP ANATOMY roatMlMOwl.V SmlnalWaknmsMw SxuIDbllltytol;a folllea and aiceag caualag nlfbi loaaaa and lota ot aexual power, plmplea and blotobeaon tbefaee, eooftuedldeM and forget rulneef .biahfulneta aad averalon to eoolely. cured for Ufa. I atop nlhi loaaaa, raatora aexual power, nerr and bralapower.enlarieaDdatrengtbeaweak paru and makt you fit for marriage. Band tor free book and Uat ot qaaaUeaa. Strlotur. anil QlaWt TrwatiawC H to ailH "AllWa alrumeaU,BO pata, no detealloa troaa baalaeaa.Our (tiaraataad. Book aad tie of qnaaUou free-aes t aaalad. The Marshall Republican and the Twce-a-week aobe-Democrat$;V50 i,'.