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J ' A ' ft r if. T I; k - Jrtdey, Nov. 8, Hit. Railway Time Table iriitJEJjTABir In Effect June 21. 1)11 IEAST BOUND TRAINS M Dallvllfo. state Exoren. Bloom- i in Ifl a m 22 Mm-iay ftpcll8t. Loult n-x m .!(.. . i t ( . . .. . li'hlMiva R SI Dm 21 Dillr Early Ulrd St L. ft Chicago 11.37 p ra II Datlv. Nlffht IIawk-. . -lt& m WH8T BOUND TRAINS a n.iir Hummer for Kinxt City -S.J8 am The Mo. 8ttte EiprtM lor Kanaea City -5.10pm City 1S Pm 17 Dlly. SUter Accommodation VO am II ll.llv am O.B.IIMOR'f.i. AiJt. MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. PART nOUND TRAINS. ... it.. -i.it Qfll am 12. IaeinKer. .. !2-y? m II. Local Frlttht m wf rr nouND TRAINS. -. ..j... tr.r.v.all a.Srt am 31. 1'menijrr 3.M pm f nil Vrolcrht . . 1.33 DTJI Tbe:3) a. m. I'aMtnfrertralniinjveiln Mir kill from the Mit from StslilU and livl ten aalautti liter tor ine cm. S. It SMITH. Aseat. Local Items Frank Flilr and two non wcro down from Uhcklmrn' Wodneaday. Lon Vcnablo wna n MarahJll call er Tuesday from near Slater. II. II. Chirr and lion wera hero from Ayrc bit Thursday on buil- ncM. A ten-pound baby K'rl arrived at the honvo of Dr. and Mr J. J. E. Connell on Oct. 21th. L. C. Dennis, of Nluo Usk, re turned ThurB'lay from a vlilt to bl old home In Kentucky. Frank Purry camo home Tues day to cast a straight voto for - w Teddy. All IlaiH rcduoctl. Km a M. Clinf foe. Durrctt Vonablo of near 8latcr wan visiting In Marshall Thursday sad Frldiy of Inst weok. Mm. W. V. Martin of Kansas City, Ib visltlns -at J. J. Klrkpat rick's. Mrs. Fred Ludwlgf of oist of town, will return Sunday from an extended visit to relatives In Kan City. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard VanDyko returned Friday from a visit to the former's brother Percy, and family, at Newport, Ark. Mrs. Julia James was cal'-od to Arrow Rock Saturday on account of thd death of hor brothcr-ln-law, Wm. B. Dlggs, dur'ng Fil liy, ni ht Mrs. Ella Montgomery ro'.u ncd to hv horaQ in Kansas City Sat urday after a alx weeks vlilt to her irohcr, A. J. QriVei. Moadamcs J. M. SjMirks and P.. It Brown Igavo the younx folks a Halloween party at the Elks Club rooms Friday night. Liberal reduction in nil ar Millinury. Kmn M. Ckaffee. Mrs. Al Darling and daughter, MIm Elinor and son, Tom, went to Vamlalla last weok for a visit to friends. Thos. Fowler h homo fram a trip to1 t"lto northwest lie says bo expects to locate In Kansas City eoon. ( Mr. and Mra. John Landrlth, of Chicago, njr! guest) at tha homo of tlw lattor'ai parant, Mr. and Mttjs. J. T. Redman. L. E. Benedick and Chris Johns ano back from a trip to Paragould Arfc, where rtJiey went to Look af tH tho, F. A. Bonedlck eBtatc. Mra. LaiIIo Jackson and Mrs. II. fL Parsons, of Missoula, Montana, are hero vwitlng relatives in Marshall and aiso at Arrow Rock, Mr. and Mra. Ray Hawthorne, of St'.LiouJ, are guoits ot tha forra er'a parenb, Mr. and Mm. O. E. KawthktrBe, on Capital II lit Watch Mihh Mabel Smi.k vriuiojy each Saiitrday. Sanethinjft new every 4 t v.v m Cisyiir, of south of town, r ratiirsMMt kmat week from atrip to VttvMfl oM;Kowe .Bear Belleville; 111. a .m0mmymw at Macputah 'ana v7 ' Choice! Ml I The People's o Godman Shoes for Ladies. Girls, Boys o I and Children. If you get them you have I J the best wearing shoe on earth. Every pair is warranted i Ladies' Gun Metal. 16 Q (( button Godman shoe tJO.W Ladies' Gun Metal, 12 tQ f but. cuban heel, stylish-M' v Ladies' 12 button Kid. Q fZ( patent toe P.UU Ladies' Marine Calf.. ....$1.75 Ladies' low heel .......$1.50 Children's Ooze calf 5 QQ to 8 .70 Children's Kid, button tgf f)d 6 to 8 npltJ Children's Kid, button d 1 Cfk 8 1-2 to 12 tpl.UV Children's Kid, button f 7C? 12 1-2 to 2 4A O Marine button, 13 to 2 $1.98 Godman's Strong Line Boys Royal Calf, 10 to 13 $1.25 Boys' Royal Calf, 13 1-2 to 2.$1.50 Boys' Royal Calf, 2 1-2 to 5 1.75 Boys' Army Calf, 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 1.98 Boys' Gun. Metal, button, 13 to 2 2.00 Boys' Gun Metal, button, 2 to 5 1-2 2.25 Boy.' Gratton button, 1 to 5 2.50 The above is a line of medium priced' shoes unexcelled. We also have a swell line of La dies and Gents shoes. Ladies' 16 button tan $3.50 Ladies' 15 button tan 3.00 Ladies' 16 button Elk Velvet. 3.00 Ladies' 16 button tan velvet.. 3.00 Ladies' Empress shoes,all styles 2.50 Ladies Princess shoes,alI styles 2.00 . Boys' tanhifh tops, 9 to 3...$2.25 Boys' tin high tops, 13 to 3 2.50 Boys'' tan high tops, 2 to 5 2.98 These are Godman make and the best on earth. Sold by I I 3. ft. MtfihMfttv was over from QUricy,,Ilt, ttiia wek to voie and vtmit ht hrothar mmI stater. He Is fas tthe auto business and doing 'Asccly. , Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Harris and io, "OrvLtte ol Sweet Springs, were gueets Wednesday nigM anu Thureday of Mlsa Mamie Cowan. Mr, Harris brought over the elec tion return. Loral Market. Marshall, Mo. Nor 7 1112. Corrected weekly by the Marshall Produce Co. Eggs 24c d02. Hens 10 lb Roosters... c " Ducks 8c " Geese ."Be " Butter.- --- 29c " TarKv- He Spring Chickens 10 W.ltrt.(KSiK(l!JI FOR .SALB-Djroc1' Je;. hogJ both eexea. S. C. R. I. Red tock reis.. Hogi woh tWa wd riboM In SedHlia. D. H. Bm'isjn, N pion, Mo. H " .. 2-p FOR SALE lho'ioiibed Oxford buck, eligible f register. C. C. Campbell, Blue Lick, Mo. 8-p FOR 8 ALE-White LangsKaBI1 cockrels, rj.-ti prl:3 winning stock 2.50 eich. Mrs. V. E Shacked ford. ' if-ity i i - . i , ) , ntl Bid cut n prices every Saturday nt Mish Mabel Smith's, Marahall, Mo. 44-Vb Uncalled for Letters Remaining in Uio Marshal', Mo., nosrofflce. Nov. 8th, 1912. If not called for in 15 daya will be sent J to the deal letter of flco at Wash ington, D. C. Miee Kada Clarke. Mrs. W. H. Hudson. Mr. L. n. Cole, n. C. Hammott, James Orlff'n, Zono Kary, A. Jay Kuacl, D. B. Lux, Frank McDermut Uuy Star Brand Shocn from J. A. Whitt, ho snar antecB every pair. 34tf Mr. Ben C. Gray o. Llb:rty,"CIy " County, Mlaiouri wants to. fill for' the KKK Medicine Company (he being district agent) quite a num ber of counties in 'lu:ur!. He has a good proposition, ontf that will interest you, and without 'a doubt well worth your Investiga tion. For full particulars write him at L'berty, or beit"g3 there and see him and obtain thi fullest Informat on legirilnr the propos ition. ; 4-(Jp FOR S ALE Thorou h b.e3 Poland-China boars and gilts 1 year and 0 months old, alio one eigh teen monins oiu boar, c l. COBa way, Nelson, Mo. ti-bp'f EddieWon't Lie2U ED F. WEST West Side of Square ' Yours for Biz Taf t the Worst Beaten With only throe of the Smallest state in fho Union In his column President Tatt 1 the worst Vlefcat- 1 ed oamUdato who ever ran for the ' presidency as the, candidate of a major party. Four years ago :a (the candidate of a great party that has govern ' ed the republic almost without in terruption for fifty years he en- tered (the White House, with 321 electoral vote. Theodore Roosc- ( velt lakme had iever received a greater number. Yesterday, running a the tandd date of the , same 'party, a party that haa elojtedi every President but one since, the Civil War, Mr. jTaft loot every etato except Utah, Idaho and Vermont, receiving a j total of twelve electoral votes. L. Holder and. daughter, Miss Iva ecutlvo offJcons aa follows: John t im? RomN.nM.iAv. .ihmmh wcro hero from Elk Lick Springs, W. Roao, president ; A.M. duthrcy ho died before the elector, met, niunuaj iranoucuiiK ouiinna. vicu-prcaiueni c w. iirown, secro received forty-seven vote. Mc- Mrs. Minn! Baskln of Indepen- Wry; & HoUoway. treasurer. J ciellan, running against Lincoln In dence was the guest of hor broth- Mra. Martin Zimmerman writes 1864 on apktfortn that declared or. Albert Jones and family last from CrMnLe CriV . W havn the attetevpt to aubdue the South week. Mcadamcs J. n. Smith, of been for achanre at Mineral not wa" 'attune, received twenty-one. Kevteavllle and Fannie McCliskev Sorinira a month and a month nl. Even Jamea B. Weaver, candidate 4dea the dainty refreshments the ot Kansas City wore olio rums o at Colorado Spring, to visit our f tho IIy1f ,tU? vftl: ru." inrtrr, niim'hnr nrnr ui. nt. oi mo uones nomo mo nasi wdsic. uaurMer ana famuv Hra. John tnlriod by ATnwter's Orchestra. Special hbIcn at Miaa 8nr Mr- Zimmerman U In ex- . xi..i.i c...:ii.. iceuent neaHh for a man who will of ohiiiii n bi7 ""ibe 81 yea: tiMu oer. I mm o" much better since I I I FOR SALE OR RENT MY threw room cottage on corner of Odell and Mitchell St. two lots, bam and fruit J. C. Barrow, , 42-45b Malta Bend, Mo. , FOR SALE Fine 2!0 acra farm under good state ot cultivation, 6 room house, barm, cribs, wind mill orchard, 3 mile) southwes1 of Mar shall, now leased to Rjllcy & Son, Possession March 1st next. Robt. Campbell, Sr. t?-ISj; FOR SALE Thoroughbred' brown leghorn rooster J. Mrs.Fre,. Ludwlg, rfd. 5, box 38, Marshall, Mo. 43-4.1), narrlson 'a cider mill will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur day, during the season. Clell Jlaiv Shoe Rcpair.'ng promptly' l-do by A M. Yowell, S. Lafayette. 4Mt; City Marshall Modtlox has mado soveral arrests Itv connection with Uio post office robbery but noth ing definite -is) known as to their tcuUt Mrs. D. B. Robertson gave on elaborate tea', at her homo on Cap itol Hill Thursday afternoon. Be Dorothy, the little daughter Mra. John nyland, was the win- nrday. nor in Rose & Buckner's guessing, Tu Contra, corneal wjucn cioscu xnutS'Jay evening. A pumpkin wa placed on display and the publls aske 1 to guess. Her guess was 786 and the seeds numbered 788. . l, ' ' JUmC4l Natal, of ft near vWlli pW?.L:hrt, Aaturday; for fMAmgtf&m, a4 'other Xaa- vlsif , to wmm m to Wttit'. MaaSaaBaaWSJBfJSD noma three The first number of the Y. M. a A. lecture; course will bo glvon next Friday evening, Nov. 15th. The program will -consist of muilc and readinga. Tho lecture (ojrso also includos three other numbrrJ Jan. lltli, January 27th and Feb ruary Bth. Liberal reduction in all our Millinury. Emu M. Chaffee. We are informed that Arrow Rock, Nelson and Blackwater are planning an oloctrlc light plant at Blackwater. College basket bill team of Fayette played the M. jV. C. glrl9 herd Monday, defeating them in a efcora ot 10 to 6. That evening our team entertained the victorious visitors at Prof, lEvrari In n most delightful manner. Jeff Salmons, wife ond two chil dren returned. Friday to Liberal, Mo., .after a weoka' visit at J. ;K. Black's, in this city and also at Pi lot Grove. Mr. Sal mom left Mar alull 26 years ago and was v&y much surprised at our progress during this time. It was also "his first '.visit in that tlm home in Cooper. Miss of Phot Grove was alio a truest ,lu sd.ik-i.ii abi to emr oqt qt iiitiBf at tho Black home. i mat. bank op couukkor. Jhio. on in 1892 received twenty-two. I In the breakup of the Democra- .. .. . i . D.a ...I. il a .iu vear. Obi tho 8th of Nnvur.l "v w.wwi. .mo ouuili- orn wug nomtnatea arecKenriage and .the Northern faction put forth Stephen A. Douglas, with four can dtdatea la the fleld-LlncoU), Breck enridge, Douglas and B.U-thecan didate at the bottom of the poll re ceived as many vote, as today's return, give to'Taft Douglas car ried Miaaouri, apUt New Jersey with Lincoln and received Just twelve electoral vote, Kansas City Star. have been In Colorado. The sum met ane ao cool and delightful, wWch auits me. We are so glad ttwit 'Sitlne haa such good croops. We are having a nice fall." We are making special pricea in all oar trimmed and untrlmmed Hata. En M. Chaffee. How's This? i We offer On Hundred DolLrt Reward for raw of 'urrb that cannot t cored If Ballli Catarrh Cur. V. J. ClIENBY CO.. ToUio. O. to his pd W. tha undtralfDMl, hT known r. J. E S Piatt .Cl,tyt?i tb tn. ,a X".": Ba M a, a. naii, perfcctl 'boaorebla la aft buataoa traaaloa Tolado, ObU iO0 nan OI Da Km a DOW''.,"' ' crrn cure U ten Uteraall. artlaa a. . uuh:i it u immi i nsi uinnn mi miiMHi. ataaravava avr For the Hair Are you so ibituiutt M to be well utitfied with ytm hair? b it tonCietiZ thick eriough, rich enipjh? And your hair does nbT&l lout? Yf&mitoAkmod. j But you my ko lm I not so tortufiatt; Tbaijiitt tellrthtm ibo Ayrttrm vigor, lyy w mm ety Hurit ,youi lore. not iKmmmrn, Mttr tha baa lif Otbf OBtaaa dera 17o at J. A. Whitts Miss Alice Durrott, of east "T)fj town, giave an enjoyable nallo-1 ween party Friday night. Among the igiueata present, were Misses Loulae and 'Genevieve Klbkr, Bejri sie Bingham, Mamie Lawl, 'gm'$ and Helen Miked, Bllen Fisher and ( June Baker, Anibrose Wn.- JM Wlillams, Vuatln Dpnnls, Stf Odell, Theron Hoka Hd- NUk a am- amcraitae vatwM :mw9Mt iwq aaitaraj ywm mtt, a.tswsnpsft aottat? Ilalaeaa to 49ba aiaMkay1k --- vui. iiiiri..iif .ru olrcctlr upoii'lh blood and mucoui enrraeM tb ayatem. Tntlraoulalt aest free. PtIm H ctnta pr bottl. Stoldbj all DMtrt. - Take.UaU'i Kaipllr Pllta for ovwUwUva. Very Amlsnt F.rm V Rssatwt. Te bow as a mark of respwet is a eiMteai usea by nearly all Battens, aad ea. tbat ksd Its erlflla la aacleat WW FOR SALE Native lumber -and cordwood. Dave Anderson miles west ot Marshall 43-4lp. FOR SALE-Whlte Langahan oockreUf from prize winning, stock. 11.56 each. Mrs. W F SbscKeJr ford, Napton, Mo. 44-48p. FOR SALE New Oa:ollnc Table Lamp,, costing $13.00 for $5.0). This lamp Is a powerful one and wa,p purchased for use in our office for emergency purposes, but owing ft tho atrong vibration of rurining machinery It can not bo" UsedViThe shaking breaks tho mantles. Just the thing for tho family circle table. Marshall Republican. ff FOR SALE-Indtin Runner c'u ks and drakes, SOo to -75c oach. Phone of write Mr. S. S. Harnett, .Mar shall, Mo. r FOR SALE Three jij.o Poland China Spring Boars, Bred by -the late C. G. Sparks, of choice pedi gree. Inquire of Judge John W. Sparks, Marshall, Mo. Tel. !J, 45-47b. , FOR BALE-Scholarahlp Jo Basl neas college. Address Marshall R. publican, " tf Wirta Trylaf. . Te. who lr?. ea tae asouaUla IY.;ay kwgr day than tkos wke lit. la th. valley, geaaetlates all we ned te brishtea our day Is to rise a little signer. aadBBar KaHr W .aBaBaBaaaaaV h - :aSSBBBBBHsBBBaH ".afaBBSBBBal 'aBsbbbbI i4-.'AlaBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBJ mm Hkai:- aBSBaW BSaaBBSBV BBBBBBBBBBBBBB. BBBBBBBav' B.W aBBW-ia-VMlBkSBaaaV. SSJH mam MM w vasv lawv aaaawataMr. wmr ,J,bbP,,ssbp m us to 1 s S. IMHMS) m W Mai aBaasktk.'m' laroaat A! jrikin nrv tafasslltatt of nhBTinsafts mi " r"i-STfSPSBJtBasaB' SaBP BSVBJBftBiVByPBaBaBBSBS' SS w Qajilaa-1 y. MM-. DIAMONDS Right Prleai. I Dkiopd denotw pros- ilaaalMar,'tl.. i.f -; twPWMai, 1 jym Jtu. t-. a l it- fectjjr cut and suryiMOttt' If hrUUaat. yW$fi- noaa cam Up. Boy t'SSJWa If KafinAN IMA. ITSBB miaiMMi SPBBS1W WWWS . fataWHt''' Notice, Hunters 't No hunting or trespassing aflew ed on -our farms. S. W. Wilkenaon S. R. Crett John F. Blase Mike Keller M. n. nail H. Ludwlg M. A. Schieazer 44-52p w hen you want firat-clait cleaning- an preialng.-Jon't forgtl PHONE $99 Ladies' Work a Specialty All Work GuaranJeeJ ' AU work called f sr Vh1 olajiverttl PHONE 593 R.TK, .MPAfIIEL Al rttlaW. m Cahrf jil Practleal auty earMtM ,taa fiaar v, aai tk. liMrt, aad a4Ja.eMM afffMM tae aKsHoas,, .a oMasa.L.' H;.wyj,aytHttaa;w.r.B.. for Hrttif 'afi'. 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