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Friday, Awfuat , 1912 MARSHALL MFTJBLICAN ? f r ' &: Err RAILWAY TIME TABLE ICAGOaXtQN RY In Effect Jun 21,1111 IK AST BOUND TRAINS It DellylMo. Blite Expreee. Bloom- Inrton.. ...... ........... 10.30 m 12 Mid-Day UpeClalSt. Loule......l2.l5 1 p m 10 Dally the Hummer ( veil ) Chicago S.JO pm 34 Oally Karly Bird Si L. A Chicago 11.37 p m 11 Dally, Sister AccoramoJatlon....7.50 p. ra Zt Dlly. Might llwk I.5J m WEST HOUND TRAINS 23 Dally The Early Bird. Kanaaa City .0 am I Daily Hummer (or Kanaaa CltyS.JS am The Mo. State Eapreie for Kanaaa City ........... .5.10pm 21 Mid-Day Special tor Kanaaa cn 2.M pm 17 Dally. Slater Accommodatlon......50 am II Dally Pwuenmr .2 am O K. HZfiUKStJ. Aaent. MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. EAST DOUND TRAINS. 11 liiiunnr ! VtraHall .1.09 am J2. I'Mwnurr ...... 10.00 am II. Local KrelKht 10.00 am WEST DOUND TRAINS. HI, t'aixencer arrlvee at Marahall......l.50 am 31. rainitf r... ....... .3. M pm ft. Local Freight - '.30 pm The 8:50 a. m. raeaenger train arrlvea In Mar ahall from the eaat from Sedalla and leavee ten cnlnutee laur tor the eaat. 8. K. SMITH. Agent. Local Items Don't forgot Walker Sc Son's sale on (Sept. 6th. Hannibal Nnpton, of Kaaia City, spent 'Sunday at home. Wo pay cbmIi for country produce. J. A. Whill. 34tf Mlw Bma Cnrpontcr Is the g ucat of her flitter in Kansas City. Emmott Summers spont several daya last week In nigglnsvlllo at tending the fair. Henry Hayob, of eaat of town, moved to the Calmcae property on West Arrow Monday. Wepnycnuh for cream butter, cltiolcuiiH anil vii&tt 3. A. Whist. 34tf Mlas Anna Lowls has returned from hor vlnlt to Fish Creek and roporta a most delightful time. Albert Clemens goes to Lexing ton this wool: where ho is princi pal of tho high school. , Wtilkor & Bona will have a pub lic b:ilo on Bopt. 5th. See adv. In thl a Issuo. Great New Stock of1 the Latest Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Kirschbaunt Styles. Copyriflhc 1908 by Hut SchaJSam ic Man Leyhe-Downing I Clothing Comp'y I vou men in Marshall and vicinity who are partic ular about the clothes you wear now have an opportun ity to get the kind of clothes you want at the price you want to pay. Hart, Schaf f ner & Marx and Kirschbaum goods were never better than this fall; the finest weaves, the best tailoring, the smart est styles ever shown. Young Men's Special Styles Some very unusual things for you young fellows; lively patterns, snappy new models; some very smart new ideas in cut and finish. Prices are low as usual Suits, - $15.00 and up Uvercoats, $12.50 up J, A. Skinner wan over frim New Frankfort Wedneadny and loft us Mlaa Opal Wenzol of near Slater!" Kood uPI,lSr of BWCct tater"' Mlas Mabol Smith Is homo from Scott several Mr. and Mxrt. J. T. FIshor nnd non, Edgar, spent Sunday with rel atives nt Warronsburg. visited Miss Mary daya this week. 25u (tun of bilking now Jerri 17a at J. A. WhitfN. 34tf Mlas Llllio and Mamie Wi!kcs, of Cambridge arc the guests of their aunt, Mm A. J. Latham of College addition. I Mrs, 'Dr. J. C. Ilart, of Columbia, Kansas, and daughtor, Edwlna, are viBltlng hor mother, Mrs. Matt Ilundley In North Marshall. Mrs, 0. O. Collins wont to Mex ico Tues-Jay to reside. Mrs. Col lins has many frtonds hero who re trrnt linr tlnnnpf iia n - . i ..... weeica visit to ner Bister, Mrs. K. Dr A. C. Putnam and family 'd. Caldwell. , , , have retumed from a v.'ait to rol- atlvoa in Unlonvllle and surround- Mr KatT na:"K -""1 daugh Ing towna. Dr. Putnam reports his I tor J.aa Kr vokucna, loft mother much Improved. .yesterday for Bardolph, III., for a rwverui mumna' Biay. Jir. Kr VO- fam'ly, of kucha may go over, laten a'ao. Mra. Chas. Seal, of FqlrvllleVkwas a Marshall visitor Monday. Mr. and Mra. Samp. Wltcher, of Wanamaker. were ehonnlnsr -kero Chicago, whoro she :eplcnhcd her Monday. i i , millinery Mock. Dr. D. M. Spotta and family nro expected homo -.tonight from flreen Mountain Fnlla, Colo. R. II. Stanley was here from noar Blue Lick last week and said I, J. Holdon's residence was atruck by lightning and Mrs. Holden considerably shocked .but fortunatoly no feerious damage was dono. J. C. Farroll has purchased tho F. P. Wllllaraa' confectlonory on tho aouth aide. Mra. L. W. Boorait with hor tittle aon and aunt, Mra. Leila Milter are In Tulla, Texas; visiting rolat'.ves. Mlas' Qraco Wise returned to Mo borly this week to orosumo her work in tho millinery bualness. Mr. and Mrs. .Tamos Baker were hore from Malta Bond Monday.. Also Mrs. John Houston and hor daughtora. Mra. Goo. p. Wenzcl and children npont Sunday with hor cousin, Mra. C. K. Scott of wostMarshall. Tho editor and Chnft. Piper, one of tho Republican oueratoia. snent yesterday nt tho Little .Rock pic- waB dono- " MlM Py Clough ontortalned' nlc. nia absonce w'l' probably osV 1 Joanna McMahan and her suro a good paper this week. uifforenoe bolween Sabbath School claas at a bunking , T . . , a dollar Haved and a dollar party Wednoaday and Thursday; Miss Josephine Johns of near -, ; ,w 1tuv rrv, t . Q.., Qn.un. I !. . T "VIT-"' " J luucai in v. - jjevoe'H Stundara faints nomo oaiuruay evening aner a team .1 A Whiff Jraiiua tho party who enjoyed themselves 34tf immenaely, John Schoror and Crlpplo Creek, Colo., have located hore. Mr. Scherer la a Chiroprac tor, which nllms to euro similar to OBteopathy, , ( Iluy Star Brand SIioch from J. A. Wluitt, lie iluar neoH every pair. y4it Aa usual thore were some. 3nls ' takoa in' the fair premium list.' Mra. W. E. Shackelford, of jfap ton, was awarded first premium on hor pure "bred Whlto Langahan chlckena. We overlooked this a ward. . Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Radford nml n'ece, M(a Edith Radford, wont to weet potatoes, Moberly Friday In the Radford ho county oems specially ndp'ed auto whoro they w.ll visit his moth to BWWt potatoes and small fruit er n wccic. , . . A. A. Qrlmea. nrnnrlnfnr nt fV. Brokon Dollar Store, return! inut Mr- Mis ClaronOe Tucker oi week from Ind'anapnl'a, He soys s,ator returned homo from Excel tho ro'porl that he' la boosting the'"'0? 8nri"K8 Sunday evening Mr. Blnglo tax movement Is false and iand'Mra. S. D. Houx, who had ac that ho will vote against It. companiod them, nlaa returned. Beaides the visit to Excelsior the Otto Blum was ovor from New 1 two couploa made aeveral Ion riaimturi. rr.uay Wiin a uaa of tr pa into Kansas and other points jliiui no ion or renuninir a lino i me. c6aa. Doorr arid wife of Boon vllle came over In their auto Wed nesday for a, short visit to J. D. danger and family. They were accompanied, by Mcadamea Chaa. ,and Fred Hyberger who were the guests of Misses Tlllle and Annie Fink, i I! Mines Kate and Sophia lfclla han of thla dty, and Mrs. D. W. Wing, of Boonvllle left Sunday evening for Chicago to attend the eighth annual reunion of the Wing family, About a thousand mcm- bera of tho family were oxpected Chicago Mr. and Mra, J. E. Murphy and iittlo eons, Emmett and Jesse, had a pie .flint v.slt at tho latter's nunt In Arrow Rock Saturday and Sun- y-'. ... L, S. Chiffee and fam ly 'eft for their homo In Kansas City yester day aftornoon. While here thoy Were the guests of Mr. Chaffee's fatU&r, M. C. Chaffee, Sr., and rela tives, R. Campbell, .Sr., wr t?s from Port. Sidney, Ontario, Can da ,.h .t he in, having a tine time tl ere with hla nieces and other friends fish ing, v 11 ting and boating on Mary Lake. ' Buy Red Label Coal from 3. A. Wliill, Mi. LeenMrd. Mo. 34t J. D. BilUngaley and spa, Levi, returned, MeBday from a 16 day pleasure and health trip through Dal) and lelk countJes, In DaJ Jakey ytytoi Ewng Hn'seand .aa'irjajt aoase big fiah aad.lsad a '? : ,irt-tiaM f MMal!y,, f orgftitlna; . ail v 4 ao ioia ana otser ys. and It la raised considerably. M.B8 Kathorlno Spre't-er re turned to her home at Olaaow on Tuea-Jay after a two weeks "visit with Ml83 Anna Belle parkins, of Bouth of town. Sho called In to renew for her mothor, Mra. Emma Spreltzer. The Human Heart Th heart is wonderful double pump, throah the action of which tUo blopd stress is kept tweepiag round sod round through the bbdv at il.a rasif arf aatwakaa Hf 'toVT' "IteeaeiMber Jhiit that our faodiea wiHoot atand the strain' of bverWork without iood therefore had' AnmitrTi w i -. .i i i . . -ra rrcu rwnan ana aaugntera, Winga this weok that she may M Bsos Francis aud Rosa, nd take a notion to "fly high". M as Arma Stockman, wero d&wn , from the plalna Monday shopping. 'rho c'ori to organf e our h r John Steinmet and wife, of Sal J'beln8 ado by Miss Francis wardaville, 111., were here Mo,day;?opton " TMVtfw,h R hearty In the Interoat of their farm nUT and Pwctlcily Saline City and from here went to J,!0 ,arf 8M,UnK J" effort. Wellington to look after another ,MarhaH quit dty and It Is farm. impossible for any individual to know who In honoat and deserving mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!r rBU' it 1 only by a system of this kind that the worthy can receive proper aid and-the othera furnish ed, & sKalfcri''' isl BslalalalalalaH. I' AsVslalaV ' ' BBBBBBBBBBBBWSnBL pure Blood any more than the est ia an run amooth- . nniwHi wii. siiier m any years' oi atuuy In IM active practice of medicine,- Dr. R; V. Pierce found that when the stomach was out of order, the blood iaapure and there were symptomitof ene'ral break down, a toaio made ol the ilyeerio'.xtract or certain roots wee the beat corrective. This be eelled Dr, Pierce's Golden Medk Wscovferv ete made yritheut alcohol, this V MwNeal' Diaeevery " hWp 'tlwretoiUefc'ia' attended with xriy tUw, werteJWaWy laiaeaiBK , taw-awMHten. peopw ana imh yae yr. mmnt" mi,f; ' sa LasaiSL-:;; sal A iBdaton telegram aya Mlas Mamie Hlghtewr,v daughter i; Ma tUiew Jlgk tower, fpraterly 'oi' iHla city, haa'(giya Vf GheoVfeiW, Calemaiv, who' WaarvlB' a Jl-yaar Fate of Elfrida .avx.li for' wrecking the City National -maa athe; tlRse, at hw f ntenea; said ahe -wkivrelai4n'. faithful to ' hlna abjl. wed hla eo h4a rlas.; ;LVisniVto.;,WavfM 'haasm Elfrida Moonar had been well brought up. Her mother bad seen to that with the painstaking cars of one who herself baa learned through experience. Elfrida knew at once when con fronted by a bouillon spoon that It waa not a cream scoop and she bad a great scorn for a young man who walked on the wrong aida of one upon the street Stro always signed her formal letters "Most cordially yours." and spoke of ber mother as "m'-msh," and with the accent care fully placed on the last syllable. Bo It la easily resllxed that tre mendous self-control was required on Eifrlda'a part to endure the young man who aat next to her at the dance given by tho Royal Order of Brothers of Somothlng-or-Othor In Elton Cor ners, where sho was visiting soma hitherto unknown cousins. When the young man at tho dance had broken the Ice by saying that It was a pretty party Elfrida had re coiled. He had not boon Introduced! Everybody socmod to know everybody else In this town and aha could not get used to such a situation. There waa something familiar about tho" young man's faco as El irlda stared at him, but when tho full aweep of recollection rolled across her and she recalled vividly that she bad seen him In Retton'a butcher shop Elfrida almost choked. Ho waa a nice looking young man. Dimly she recalled that bis father whs Res ton, who owned the shop. Perhaps this young man cut oJt steaka "and sliced bacon! "I think not," Elfrida said faintly when young Rcston askod If sho would dance that wnlU. "All right; tho next one. thon." he said aa a matter of courso. Then ha went to hunt for another partner, Eifrlda'a cousins listened wonder Ingly a moment Inter to hor fire of questions and her tale of woo. "Why on earth shouldn't Ned Res toa ask you to dancef" they Inquired. "Ho goes with every one, and we've grown up with him! Ho went to tho college across the river and la good looking! Why shouldn't ho go to the same parties aa wo?" Her sense of being wronged waa hard to maintain, because young Res- ton had proved himself a good dancer when ha had come back and taken hla waits. Elfrida bad touched bis arm with the tips of her Angara and bad tried i not to breathe as aha waa' through 'the. ordeal. The next sight Ned Rastoa. called and her cousins seemed to assume that the call waa raenat for their guest; for they gradually 'disappeared and left hor the burdon of entertain ing him. Only a strict sense of duty to a guest under one's root prevented her from rising and bidding blm good night. She resolved la a kind of cold iury to have It out with her cousins after ha left, and It waa when sho waa taking out her hairpins later that she realised with a start that aha had forgotten to do bo, She had bees thinking about a wasters story that Reeton had told ber. In angry disgust aha admitted that be could talk wall. Still, the .4tajnt .of the bqshar shop uaj over H idl. ' Kfrida writhed tht.B.axt day wheat her cousiaa frankly joked her about fer "catch gUe fejt dJKracjd ' Wheal UaerevwaiCBTeYllTetkor festlvlUea to wklch;avary(V,oaa weat ta crowds Nea Reatoa singled out El frida aa a as at tar of course and no body acted, as though It waa la the least extraorttlBary. Nobody trjed ta help ber evade aim. It waa Impos sible to sake her couilas realise tba $aa line of distinction which made right for har to evade htm. Elfrida felt her braia tottering, espe ataliy aa It grew harder and harder for her to realise ia Nad Reaton'a company that tho situation waa la possible for a wall brought up 'young girl. Finally the' young -part vaa qulshed the well brought up aeotiea of Klfrida'a natUre 'an-with' n little thrill of exquisite horror she realized that Ned Reatea waa Biakiag love to har and that ahe liked It, ' It waa some 'than after Mfrlda'a another waa told that har daughter waa going to marry Nad. whose, fither waa buying bias a half latarest la the, leadiag hardware store ba, Elton Corners, that ahe discovered the dark faet thaf thla atluait parent 04 the village aaeat market" "Well Bover, sever apeak' of R!" ahe gasped to Hfrtda la anguished aleaaey. The, troueaeaa waa' nearly talehed aad ahe really eouMa't break eaT the aMteh. "My poor etMdt How eeiiM 'yeV;hew oewld yaaP eBaWeHMtas aNsJJeMPeBayi IMbP ojaMssnMNT. ttt JbbbJ4 UaUve ,MtraeKy m tswtra.' ,ajk TarJ TOO CAN rVTAUTOtrtl oOTM'STCTM: sun." THYT ALWATS Kaf TMMt tMAft. Fall Styles in STETSON HATS Ready at this Live Store' Stiff hats in the latest styles, and Soft hats in all the new shapes, colors and finishes. HOUX BROS. Marsha 1. Mo. T. M. Cunningham, tho Black wat6r township constable, had buslnoss hore Tuesday. . E. B. Clawaon wont to Boonvllle yesterday for a several days stay on business. Mr. nnd Mra. E. E. Elsoa and children will bo back from Excel sior Springs in time to take In tho Chautauqua. Whlto'c aro -having their fall o.cuIn thla weok and it is draw ing n nice crowd from all oirts of tho county A. O. Jones and family had as their guests tho past woek Fred Lowia of Lathrop and J. Q. Jones, of Olatho, Kas, The latter will bo in Sallno for a month visiting rel ntlvoa and friends, Mrs, Jako FIshor and daughter, Ermln, have Just returned' from a weeks' stay at EMJah Fulkcrson's near Salt Springe and report a delightful, via.t Mra. Floahcrsays tho country ta looking flue, ' Blue Lick Picnic , Tho IJluo Lick picnic Saturday waa a very pleasant affair, al though not very largely attend od owing to tho rush of farm work Tho prizes awarded were us follows: Nail driving contest Mrs. Sam Thoroaa .first, Mrs. Len Crews and Mra. B. E. Bandldgo tied for 2d. Qlrla race, 10 to 13 Lucille York flrt, Vela Sandidge, necond. Little glrla race, 8 to 19 Annlo Rawlinga, first; Annie York, sec ond. ' f a 111 aaa i. wwafBjaj tthf. tfsa wea JgyU. tf ha ttt..' aV.e Jl.t kv. (, it.'.. i SUBBBBBBBT ; BBLMBBl BBV sT BBBBBBBBa.. f sMbbT Mil Card or TiianU . Wo hereby thank the friendaand" ait ' r.eianvca ana general public and the I. O. O.F. Lodge for their kind neas they have shown in our bore- avement L, S. Chaffee and family. Children Cry FOR rUTCNER'S OASTORI A Wilt ill (oi Sile (linn FOR BALE Scholarship fjiBual neas college. Address Marshall Re publican. tf FOR SALE 1 Motpr Buggy.good aa! new, also some household goods Inquire! of J, A. Peck, Weat Arrow Street. LOST Ladle Pongee coat Fri day evening on Sweet Spring road, several imlles from Marshall. Leave at Republican!. LOST A pocket .book containing about to'-ee.,' Reward for return to Marshall Republic ((Wood ,& HuetoW .pocket book); if ' :TT Local Market. si -4'--. -im naaaa' la aaUtt."' ' V -i". , ' "ieift. fiekewi - - ' J -r wlatV' JWTmWj" aeaaaeaawtataejn aanaiea m aeesee JMf Xfl . r rV - lA. m a.aw iaM. 'jk aaLMil lawvjlll'! aafjw av.aMsv frajnw 'MtiiA.iyijii1i ; i MJ was j avananunanm rxr.