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Friday, Oct , 1912.
A' TALL MrraucAK County News CLAY CENTER Mm. Henry Meyer and daughter Eramn "were 'Slater callers Mon day. A large crowd from here attend ed the floating theater In Arrow Rock Friday night Miss Mary Odell called on Wood te Hall Wednesday. A. J. Weet was a Marshall call er Monday. .T. P. Brumble was a business call er In Gilliam Wednesday. Several attended the pic supper, and program Friday night at Pot ter. A. J. West and family visited, in Marshall Saturday and Sunday. Llnsday Hall's brother of Mar shall Is visiting him at present SOUTH GROVE James Steele and family visited at Lewis Meyers Friday. Ike I'arkhurst 'and family visit ed friend noir Crctcher Sunday. Mrs. Sam Sims and daughter. day. Miss Dora Lender visited at Aug dehlkcn's nfow days lost week. P. IJ. Plttman and family, Ed tilfe Give Away Absolutely FreeofCbst A. Mb Tk PeophsU Common Sne Medlwl Adriier, In PW Eatfith, or Meciae airapiinsa, 07 "Vo ' ChJetCoa.ttltiBf Phyticiaa to the Invalid' Hotel end Bar i.:,, at ftttffalo. a book ot 1008 lartfe Dale and oyer 700 illustration, in tron paper coven, to anr one endiajt 21 oMMt temps to cover cott of !lln only, or, la French uotli blading for 31 (tataae. Over 680,000 copies ol this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth fcladla t re.olar price of $1.50. AJtei-werdt, one and a half million copies were livea wft above. A new, up-to-date revited edition is now reedy for m.illn. Belter tend NOW, before all ere gone. Addrets Wosto's Dm. rfiNixar Medical Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N, Y. DR, FIKKCC'S FAVORITE PRE9CR1PTIOH THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar aliments food enoniJi that its maker are not n fro li to print on ita outaMa wrappar R every Ingredient. No Secrets No Deception. THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol mad so habIt-formin draft. Made from native medicinal toreat roots) of weH eatabllihcd curative vnlac. Press Clippings JESTER Intended, for last week Jim Mark and Miss Beulah. jmig0! Barbcr-Wo-jl'Jn': yoj Peterson pawed through here Sun- to 'have nn elcc'trlc tmsaigcor day morning. ' a compressed-air fusle or n viura- J. S. Lewla and wife and sister, tory ndmonlsher, or n slngod Miss Ida. had a pleasant visit In nhlnele. or a-" Client Say, Illrdlc and Mrs. M. W. Plttmann' trmiana Pltv Sundav and Monday innlt hmn-vou'd think this wni the visited at Henry Micktcrs Satur-! t the homo of Mrs. Richard Grace Sunremo Court, and I was the Lee Eddy and family spent sun- steel Trust. day at David Adam's. Unrpor'a Bazar: Two country We aro glad to flee Adolph Web- youtlia wore on a vlit to London cr out again after the bad mlsfor- They went lnton British Museum niakely and family, Mrs. Esther; tune ho had. land bbw a mummy, over which Plttmann. Airs. Lewis Movers nml nlxwl Mnl.ln of Marshall and Reu- nt wMM, n, tn'tiiwi , - ------- - - uuilfj 1 was n tuvm nw i ivi Mrs. L. VanBusklrk visited at Jeff ben Kehlor npent Sunday with Jno. iirj, c. 87." They were mystified, Fischer's last week. I Noble and family. nd oneaald: "What do you mike Mrs. S. M. Plttman and Mrs. L. J. W. Caldwell and family, Mr.'0f tlut, Som?''' "Well" said Sam, vanuusKtrK visueu at will Shores ftnd Mrs. Mort Doan were the din Sunday. Mrs. John Borcher was shopping Sunday. in Sweet Springs Wednesday. w. c. JMcDanlcl and wife spent several days last week with Jeff Smith nnd family Mrs. I. C. Stafford spent sever al dayn last wook with her daugh ter Mrs. Clayton Simmons. Walter Stolborg, wife nnd baby vis'.tcd at Joo Macklers Sunday. Jim Taylor and family of Illuc Lick visited relatives and friends near Salt Pond Saturday nnd Sunday. ner guests of Tom Lewis and wife HARDEMAN Miss Ethel Ellis spent Snturday and Mindly with her parents in . 1. 1 1 iuiirnn in J Mildred Tliorp visited with her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Reitli Saturday nnd Sunday POSSUM HOLLOW 1 Intended for last week The Sunday School didn't hove n very large attendance nt Blue Lick Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Jess Jtoot nnd baby visited from Snturday until Sun day nt Jim Clumbers and fnml'y Charley Gordon, wife and son visited John Griff its Sunday. Walter Davenport of Lexington, was down on business Bunchy. Oren Stout was in Blue Lick again last Sunday. Tom Chamber and Lent Nixon attended tho show in Mnrshill on IFridiy nnd Saturday nights, Escapes an Awful Fate A thousand tongues could not "I should say it was the number of tho'motor car that killed him." "Hero's n nickel," aald a thrifty housewifo to a tr.imp nt th door. "Now, what nro you going to do with It?" "Well, mum," replied the hungry man, "it I buy n touring car I han't have enough left to piy my chauffeu; If I purchase a steam ynch there won't be enough left to defray the coat of manning I her; no I guess, mum, I'll get n I schooner and handle her myai I .' I St. Paul Dispatch: Distil t At torney Whitman, apropos of the Rosenthal case, compared a bung ling detective' mothod to a Lon don barber. "You know tho Lon don barber?" en Id tho dlstriet at torney. "In lathering your face ho makes no o'fo-t to ftie rp ir of your mouth He elip. on th? IntllAl trWYinnf nnv Irlnn nt lrnnnlnfr' you lips clean. You muit com prejs them tight nglnit tint white storm, nnu even men I X onco saw 4ftVl S. J. Gibson nnd wife, Glen exnrcss the erntltudo of Mrs. J. I? Townsend, Charley Brown nnd Mrii Cox, of Jollet, III., for her wonder-Inn American in n Bond Street btr 11,111 i.n. t. I ... .... . .... I, . . . . ... ... Ensthtim attended the rally ,ful dellverancQ from nn awfu' fiite ! 'P dip n pint of mill whllo I "Typhoid pneumonia had left mo lather out of his mouth with a on I with n dreadful cough," she writes, towel. Then he wild In n stran- I ur 11. . w . 1 . . . . 1 i a 1 . I "aomeiimcs 1 nnu suen nw;uii Be voices -xou neoun t uotner n cougning spcus 1 tnougnt 1 would . ciean my icciu ior me, om man.' " Will in Marshall Saturday. Lucy Dowdun w.u calling Julia MorrU Saturday. A large crowd from this vl In! y attended tho floating theatre in Arrow Rock Friday night. May Goodloo left for Kansas City Monday where she will at tend school, P. 8. Reynolds, A. J. nnd Simon Davis und Arch Gregory were nt tho county oat Saturday. John Schylcr nnd sister, Lena, of Pilot Grove visited with' their brother, Lewis and wife Sunday. O. C. Brown was in Nelson last1 Saturday. P. S. Reynolds and family visited with Mrs. Reynolds mother In La mine Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Eastham and' daughter wore dinner guests of J.' R. Marshall and wife Sunday. I ouuus neitn and wife wnrn rl. die. I could got no help from doctor's treatment or other medi cines till I used Dr. King's N"v "Whit,' nski Mrs. Thomp:on In the Howard Courant, ". asbecom. of the old-fashioned woman who Discovery. But I own mv llfn in1 Molted1 her babv to slon? When n this wonderful remedy for I scarce small girl, I attempted to quiet n ly cough at nil now." Quick and lusty Infant of n nearby neighbor safe, Its tho most reliable of all hy rocking him In an ordln ry ock throat and lung medicines. Every. Ing chair, with but indl'fcrcntsuc bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1.00. 1 cess. The mother interrupted tho Trial bottlo free at P. n. FrJnklln. proceeding by remarking, 'Oh, he will novor go to alcop that way, he wants to be Jolted'. Accordingly, she took him from my un e ii'ing npmt n rwl oitltlnrv n BlMlnltl.ltm.1. of Indenendenee. i.i.-i ...11 t . , i 1 niwiivn uirair wunuiu rocKcrF, seal n good lettor on' .1 i. w 41. , , 4 Quite Right Jos Bnldun, Mo writes us lll flttllnfv 11'n.tl. hut "t . niT lrock vlolenUy forth nnd Mck, lk In Saline to publish wi n . Z "XCM Ing a loud noise- as tho front legs !tlnLnBaJmmm "ncarpptod! 1 It In full. Ho savsi "I n mt ..... ' wuro W1U . . - iituur. mo iiiuiuur lurincr -accom- guests or Mr. and Mr. Tony Gib-':"" tV" pV",""4 yu,ur "anu lnled thk racket In a Wjh pltch Suny. ! " 1 l,eV . ty-there vo,co to tho 6traln, of we .v aWu ,.iiiy nero m muo- u i, -. . t iax embor UvU womin, she wns psrfest I tO I.. v I. .11... 1. m. certainly oo no IubHp in v .. "umr. tub UJ,"JB' tnxincr mnft i,i.i amaiing ining about it was that George Nlemeler was In Mar- ?,Stto otlP" "e cluld would actually fall asleep Mrs- Alfred Divh and son Hu- ar 1" B, ny ,horo ln In( bert, returned home after a v.U,pem l' ,InTre8rd lRlo I with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frm3n In ' IT llJ.. :V Konaas. "jr no ustico shall Monday. S. J. Gibson and wife left Tues day 'or Kansas where they will via e witn friends and relitlves. Some 'of Mr. imi w M, .idurin ttta extraordinary perform anco. Puck: Murphy: 01 want to get a fust-class autymobllo fc mo rim laws .wan not bring In tho. taxes. That mwrtv ic nn 1. I ittrv n ti i...fii .. .. Clark Swlnnby and daughters.., ,n u muuy wolfe. Auto Dealer: Long body? itato and, Mary were ea Ini? on Mr rrk. Murpnyr None of I'-j-n mure man si,,', lu.irt ni, - -a j Li w 11 Aiir. i I 1171 T nn ai ami Monroe Wllkorson and family Sun IU ahsire of taxes. day. j, Arch Goodloo and wife, Mra. Joe -v.'v 'MIHbii und dnucrhtnrfi wt.n fi 1 1 c, " . - hjiuii 1 r . 1 . i .puis iu nmraiiiii aionuay. l'- Ton&y Gibson and wire, Mr. Jul- illU Rn'fll ftnrl Mm flank.. XTI t . v.vew itoppuig in Marshall Mon- .itoy. They wjt Jn Mr. Gibson's our ousincos I a barrel, but Ol That "rents will be higher. That5tho nvn In debt will lose wU pront by I didn't cam here to dlscuuB 1 shape- wid -ye. I her out, Tlie rich man his misfortune. , Itieut in prioew every x.u.t n m not rignt to tax one's Saturday at Mihh Miibo Jot away because 1 cnn't build Smiik'n MurMliiill Mo on t 1 ke Ida wmUhv is..i c""u" H MurHlittH.aio. GHHam PrrrlT ClUb. We hmr aMay people hoottng at tho idA that'the Pir'eves will have any eirenffth t ,th coming election even though their own community l solidly so as It Is in many place where we have" Inves tigated conditions. If they are In Progressive community they sy that it la tho only place and if In a Democratic or Republican com munity, thoy can't soo beyond same. What a person should do who wants tho truth Is to take a general view. One of the places which makes a good showing is Gilliam. There the Progressives have organized n club and wo arc pleased to be able to publish tho namca of the club, which Includes Gilliam and immed iate vicinity. The list shows the Republicans almost solidly ln the club nnd many life-long Democrats as nnyono can sec who is acquaint od In tho community. The follow ing nro tho names : Paul Shollcnberg. M. L. Daniels William Dlllo -John Dlllo ' tA. Davis. tAIllc Davis N Chas. Oensor O. E. O. Epperson George Fowler ' ' - Louis Strodtman F.d Whittle Joe Whlttlo Oeorgo Green Dr. A. M. Benbow Joo Ramsey Chas. Shollcnberg Frank Turner Henry Tegtmeyor A. V. Crofts. Joe Copplor John Hustoddo William nustedde Lee Per William Sehaffor James Willis Jess Odell Louis Bohlken John Turnor William Cross Benbow Whlttlo Perry Porter r George Porter James Duncan Joe Duncan Frank Heinzlcr J ' 1 Stnnctt "W od Dennis John Ilagnr P. R. Powell O. P. Butts Louis Iledger Freaman Hedger Richard Hedgor Thomas Wardon Land Epperson Alfred Jackson Frank neinzlcr Joe nillobrand Chas Bangle Qscar Lelmbrock T. L. C. Turner Ilorman Borgor Harry Bergor. Ed Sclpea Jv W. Campbell James Burks Rpbt Glenn deorgo Dleckman ne-nry Lows RjoVeri;. DlUe Dy .Jackson Flunk Shopard. Qi C. rTurner. 1 r, "I r-'ts 1 1 I Are You 1 i I A Woman TAKE Card u i Jhe a Saw Tonic i I Woman's TVo Guess Work! Men feel different about different things. But no man can feel otherwise than per fectly satisfied when he buys a bill of lumber from us. He may know nothing about the grade of lumber, but he does know that he gets exactly what he buys, and sees it before he buys and pays for itbig item, isn't it? Should a mistake occur it is cheerfully corrected. Our grades areright and ourpricesare right. There is no bill too large for us to han dle and none too small to receive our most careful attention. Our motto in, "A satisfied customer is the best advertisement." 45 La Crosse Lumber Co Vz. SLOWER oti ;NKlUwu.,ioc' list week Mk' d'V'Mcs. ; Clyde -B'.oiser i:X..ifitaiiivIav und Run1 Sfrrjjtamft: Mr. ' 'and; i--- uAmtvZ tom 'a several aU t JaftaMon tGI ,yA v Wf rf'' .,.1 .,' li ' i' A 1 i :ur'IMi - i . . a ' W i-'riT-l a tas:jMr a. , Our Word! IT'S YOUR KIDiEYS Don'' t Mistake' the Cause of Yjsur Trouble. A Mar shall Citizen Gives m Valuable Hint. Kuiy people never auspeet their kldnjeya. If suffering fron aluaaa wouk or aching back thoy think that" It U only a muscular weakness-; when urinary troublo seta ln they tMak it will aoon correct It- selC Moi bo It to with all the oth er sarnsptoraskidaey dftarclers. TJteC bi t wHere the danger ilea. You ma' cur these troubles or fJYay' rnfty lead to -Brlghtli disease. The boat rennsdy to use for Ute which are caused' -by weak' or dis- eaftft Iddnoys is Doan's Kidney rius Kea ine experi&Mce 01 a resident of MorshaU who h.is test d Doan'a. Mri Julia Doan, 317 W. Morgan St, Marahall, Mo a; "Doan's Kidney -PiUft gave me"reVief from kidney complaint ajd bachtche last falL The action of mv ,kld- neyai WM'itoo rce antHpains EsUbMskei 1B7 Iacorpwratea 1112 WOOD & HUSTON BANK Capital, $100,000 Surplus, $120,000 C. a. PACK, Caalraaan'ol tkaBaacd J. P. MUSTOW. Fmlltal W. S. HVWT9It..CaaU J. C. LAM KIN, Vlaa-PrMMaat P.C.MAMMHK.I MamtkCh, DXSSCTOKS ; r C.O.rAOK A. M. SSUTHKaT ARCMeRKaOMT C. M. BUCKNBR Z.. D. MUIRBIX X.BON SMITH J. ClVaUMKIN w. bVBWSTOM J. P. aWSTN SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOB RENT Ample Capital, Equipment First Class. Beit Service 1 OSTEOPATHY a acicriTiriu ra a. i "onof jitiATH! ALU CLABSBSOr D8EAE MV Cfj'"l- RECTINO .ANY, AND AJLI D B V I ATfi ON ,1 H THE BODY MAKE-Olf, THATiJCAeIji AND r v a n t , rs. r i or i.nis buut rui ;vu itv r BUBWIIll i a Mr, MM' aSaWanap HlSL PPSfHJp-ifsp'i1 May wp bo pcrifllted'to rrof1 that sood poHtrmttsate most nanny reminders to relatives kiid friends at Thanks. ' Kivwn, nnu unnsimas lime, tub good portrait carries ri'Ztti iulh H n urm.lfl nf tinnil Ihminlil. I In .:io.,n . i come and Manly lirUed.Alfl.. " " We want'tokssureypu: that we"arBvpretre e' gftm'JfJ$ ' I you the best work la the latest approved uacigBs, and tseri , j viiiir isavIVordor for sort raits will ifisnra vnu tho'iiiViku'?' f'fl. Hon of caretui atteiUloivto detail WIll Veu klndb phoM 1 ' or wros;ime,rorfiiiniig --i w , a,.' Warn WBSm ft NONMAUittpPAND-. nu c kles&nuckLes MAR'StHAUL MjtikL &M9 ! . m Afl,s5'iMAR,S HA til 7 7 jarouBU.Bay oacxraisu. .wonf.yst.werel HICJpjMHpjR-flMGR ay agd WoIKtlUi "l a J'aA T ' . J "I Jfi 'V r?- 1 .1 WM Tt( ' f fSBT vaVSSBBi R BB ' aV . Bl aWaSk RT" a. A BW 'Mf.- i V At BR I'J . ' SRJBUBRRRRRRRRRRJ