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TTWDAY, JULY 19, 1018.
"' 'it-'- 'I '"THE MARSHALL -WCPtnptTCAN 3-,, rV-3 HQUX BROS, OUWIPE t-QW HQE & 8UPPSR SAUI turjt Fnda Jjily 18. giwfe Saturday, Aug. 2d FOR CASH ONLY! W Knaw itl Ms To ji HOUX BROS. SHOE STORE FOOTWEAR at CUT Prices YOU Shoe Men to Fit You Right. ANP SAVE MONEY J Cwpw T.nw ShnA atA .SI inn of In Onr Ricr Sfnrlr nflnt Prinze t f Mart halFs Big Shoe Store. 8 W. T. Itohn of O.rand Pass horo to attend court Tuesday. was Twin girls ware, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fowler, who resldo In thb Colloga addition. Dr. I'hclnn was tho attending physlcjan.. Horn to Mr, and Mm. John Irvine, a son, Tuosday, July 15. Von Borg and Joo Vt'hcolqr return- J od IMonday night from ,thclr two weoka vacation expedition. Tiioy report an Interesting time. Nursing Mry. W. M. Hmltli (col.) 1G2 H. Coiyvy' &ck NuVsc. Miss Ethol Itohn of visited this ock with S(tclnholmor. Orand Pass Miss Hadlo J. C. Lamkln.'who ban" boon In 111 health Is still In a, critical, condition his many frionda will regret to loam. ' i Mrs.. ford 'presented JO.;ound grl .Tuesday. Ttiompsojijof Sliakoj 'her huBtohitlrwllh n ,'' lit fa'rally Rev. Claronco Hodgo an are enjoying a sojourn at EJdorado Springs, Mo. f . i Jj. y, Scott and. son, Holland, went to Mllos, Mont., last Friday to. ot- tpnd, blg-horso snq. Mrs. Wallace Branch of Boltn, Now Moxlco, Is visiting at tho J. C. Dranch homo, 3C2 W Summit. Mrs. Uma Chaffco and Mrs. Emll Koulmrl returned Sunday from a two wcoks visit to tholr lstor( Allan Dor tba Miller at St. Louis. Six motorcyclists, delegates to tho American Federation of Motorcyclists to ho hold at' Denver, Colo., July 23, pashed through Marshall Thursday enrouto to that place. Arch W. Naylor, who travols for tho Northern Construction company 0 jBlkhlrt, Indiana, ijibTttl his fam llyuWlkharl hll-woelG-' Mr. Bay lor makes this chango so as to onablo hjm to spoKd ni6fo"t'jmo at homo. Dr. W. F. Sharjj returned Friday night from Kansas Clty where ho at tended tho mooting of tho National Dontal Association. Tho next nicot ine of tho association will bo at Rochester, N. Y Tho Knlglitn of Maccabees paid to Mrs. Frank Drown, Friday, July 11, $2,000 tho amount ( of insuranca carried by Frank L. Drown, who died Juno 21. Tho prompt payment of insuranco claims has mado this fra ternal order a popular ono with policy holders, A tolcpho.no U.no running Into tho homo of J. It. Mlllor at Miami was titruck by lightning Tuesday a week ago and wan burned out, -Tho tolo phono was loosened from tho wall, other wlso no. other damago was dono. Dr. Wm. II. Dlack, who Is making an oxtonded trip. abrpjOdBont w.ord to, ub family lanirWQaknrW that ho balled July 4 for a trip through Palos tlno and KgypL (TIia doctors expects to pall from Naples July 23 arriving homo about August 15. Mr, nnd Mrs. 0. a. Proctor and thrcn children (loft Saturday morn ing for Ilavonwood, Mo., whero Mrs. Proctor will visit her parouts. Mr. Proctor, who wns tho mahu'ger of tho Huff-Proctor hnrdwaro store, here, wont on to Chicago, whore ho has n traveling po<lou with t hard.waro 1I0U8P. Vm. B. Laurlo and wife lofC Wed nesday for Cannon City, Colo., tc Bpond tho romaTndor of tho summor Tho Moso II. Land Milling com pany gavo an Interesting demonstra tion of tholr arnndmas Solf-ntsing flour on tho west sldo of tho squaro Saturday. Thos. O'DonnolI carao In from western Kansas Monfa to ylsit frl ois Bflvora) weoks.. Scsslo McCo. pt Noison visited i Mrs, C. SS.tt and"fjttnilljr on "VVc'st Clay street last week. Hazel Loute poucuor, lUtlo daugh tpr'of Mr. and MrB. LoulR PounchorV sjicndlng ho.r vacation at thio, homo ofSv. F. Ilohn near Grand Pass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. N., Morrill loft Wednesday for a BOveral week nuto moillo trip q .SodaHa, Yarionsburc nnd poiats In Kani8. An eIgW-9Wi !P,n- V.0 0?.n to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck. Wcdnes- day, July" 0. al their country Jiomo, 'south of MarslialL Mies Lottie Stewart returned a.t urday from Blopmlngburgi OhiOj wboro sho waa rjQCcnyy..caJlod,on ao- iti - . . I i.il CQilnt or nex jnomer s oeain Buo Lick Sp;ljg8 for he thresh MisB MJijnl. F,rifS'l'd: iptjipwd Monday nlgi frflm-'DonVor, Co)6., r.o. Ehrhman Mrs. Alva lOaUlp. Qauldln of San Juan .! .7" ' 1 i. . pi, huii, wno wun;nis lumif?, Miss Poftl recAniiy, mqv?a w. jmdsm. vhj. Jajrfarall( Mon. h ar locat ea.tt '528t B&uce RveaucV f v ' John W. Rom iia&Miail list Friday, .B'uth' nth nrnmTi-i--f' ' T-Ir. s.VamaiHU'liMiK'Lak City; for nov. Cbas. B. Lcepor, formerly of ths county, but who has bcon locat 3d at Beaver, O.kla., sont us word this week that li'o had moved to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Mrs. J. L. Masters of Sweot Snrlngs roturnod Wednesday' morning from Trlplott, Mo., whora sho wont to soo iier nun, juuii u. amnn:ro, wiio um been ill with blood poison duo from handling typo In tho Trlbuno oMco at that placo. Mr. Masters Is editor of tho Trlplott Trlbuno. Mrs. Mas tors stopped off in Marshal,! Vodnos day on lior way homo. vleltlng hor brother, Mr. W. A. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Olcn Ams.bu.ry wero callers In this neighborhood 8undny afternoon. Misses Ru tli Hagood and Frances Anccll of Marshall called on Miss Flora Hickman Sunday afternoon. Tho farmers aro qulto busy at pres ent. Misses Clara Martin and Bcsslo Williams loft Monday morning for Portlo Springs to attend the cdnvon tlcn, as they aro dologatcs of tho Shlloh league. Mr. Darnoy Wright and son, Oscar of Audrain county, nro vlsltlnjg his father and mothor, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wright. Mr. IM Williams drove to Boon vlllo Friday to celobruto tho Fourth In Mr. Ou; McAmls machlno.' Mr. J. O. SVrfght Is on tho sick' list but Is a llttlo better n't this writ ing. ' ' ' ' Minn Bosslo Williams wero sho pping jn Marshall Saturday1. Mrs, Luth.or Caldwell Hpont Mon day with hor daughter, Mrs, W. A. Smith. " ' B. Nap- were John noon aC tho homo of Mrs ton, Fred Blorhaum nad wlfo guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Blerbnum. Mr. Walter Noff of tho country nnd Miss Leo Lawless wero out driv ing Sunday ovonlng. Mrs. S. E. Fisher linn been quite sick for sovoral days. Mrs. Laura Jagnow who has been spending her vacation horo with re latives loft Wednesday for St. Lonln Sho was accompanied by hor sister, Miss Delia Illerbatim, who will make a short stay In tho city. Roy. Snapp fll,lod his regular ap pointment at tho Mothodlst church Sunday. Hugo Kllers and sister, Miss Em ma wero callers Sunday afternoon o Miss Delia Blerbaum. HARDEMAN. MIib draco and Ruby Misses Helen Harvey, Alma Crimes SpbIo Farls, IJesslo Williams and Mr. Emll EUIngson all returnoa naiur- lay evening from Pertlo 8prings, whoro they nttonded the stato con vention of tho Epworth Loaguo. Thoy roport a.8UCC0B?M n?0Qtln.9.- E. 13. Barnum. tho popular etoward of tho Missouri Colon'rc-turned laBt Thursday frojrn his vaeatio'n trip to poJnts in aoutuern Missouri ana kansas. Mr. Barnum onjoyoa me trip, very much. The Taeuu'm Clotucs Washor costs only $3.C0, vet eaves ?C0 a year oy not wearing out your domes uihu saves hajf your ilrno and work. Wm, Schoportf, agentr30i Qdo)!, Mar- BJiail, MO., pnono (-. ctirtalns. bod comforts, "fancy, ovon. horso blanKots can oo wsiiv," 4ctlKbOaiaWJlJl CtotUoB. nahBp'wlih. llttlo work... no$ wear ind tear. In half tho' usual tlmo, ym Schepors. ngont, 301 S. OdeJ.l Tho OdeJL Avenue Prosbytortan, ihurch Sunday, Bchool o Wch. Qpo UAlthouBe, Is t.h.a.able, Bupprlfltend- nt picnicea aw vjiiu" oj.s day.'July 17, A largo crowd enjoyed Emery Kaeth AniCfamlly; Ifpr July' for a two-w; Bit a- tlyea and t riendB. "'Tjfc through U the Koet J cpme 'Al Carv Huston reluraed Inst, woqk Vrbm Culver, 1ndV:whero ho took prcy HUBion, jr. VSKiaSKaS?.' Brisoi who entered HrnWBclAol attiat folace for an S-Weelfi VI' I...: .lS-i. W.. T. Rodman, 231 Kastwood, loft Baturduy morning for his annual two months trip to Alma, Colorado, whoro ho has mining interests. Mr, Redman has' boon totally Wind for about 30. years, tho result of a pre maturo ojploslon In a mlnn, but baa for a numbor of years mado tho trip alone. Mrs. Rodman will bo n,t tho homo of her brother, Less' Newton, C24 North Brunswick, during Mr. Redman's absonco. SALT BRANCH Wo had sovoral good rains this week, which wora very holpful to tho crops. Mr. Will Holmes was in Marshall Saturday and was accompanied bonja by his mothor, Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Betty Brown of Marshall. Mrs. McFaddon and daughtor, Miss oimnio were JU ino county euui yyvu nesaay. j j.rr. tj lnn m,... ,,han Mtvnr rnpyj.aiWrlghtjiund poni uscrjuav..lfPUE0Bftj)i17;1uiei-,npuy, la Audralwcpunty Thqylfia.vpl pee vlslUng . Mr, J3arnyYrlguvs laWf and motner, Mr, ana Mrs, j. u Wricht. Misses Clara and, Besjjfl yilHam" have roturne'd to tbelr' hpraoa from Portlo Springs, whoro tho, a,ttqpdod tho loague convention. spent from Friday until Saturday with her aufMrsftitW. '.mimiuj .v, qvonlag A wZg tWtl don1 and Mabel Vmbargar weM iOut imV8', omYiKm Efe, and band 'of New ArJjTMo.V'caio 'cjvar In thel'car &unda)r- to nnVicV't for- brletVwi; The.'latttr. Woaibeen , ARROW ROCIC Fine ralna In thlH section, which meant' much n tho way of' a botintl ?u'C crop of" corn nnd splendid gar dens. Llttlo Etta and Cecil Craig, of noar Llttlo Rock woro guests sovor al days tho first of last week of tholr" Blstor, Mrs. W. R. Hubbard. V. Hoy of tho country was on our stroot Monday. Mrs. J. Rolth and Miss Kato Swln- noy from west of town woro among tho shoppers hero Tuosday aftor- noon. Goorgo Bradshaw was .transacting business Tuesday In Slator. W. P. Lawless and wlfo of Cooper woro town visitors Tuesday aftor- nopn. i Will Vnnaradol! of north Harde man was mingling with friends here Tuesday. Miss Roxlo Pearson of Llttlo Rock who had been, visiting sisters, Mcb dampa J. D. Turloy nnd Bottlo Town- send In Cooper was a guest Tuesday nlght of MIsb Mary A. Blugbam. Frank Wllmarth ono of. our far mers from south of town was trad ing hero Tuesday. Juno Martin and llttlo daughter, Mlrlan & Earl Martin rojurnod Wed. from St; Louis, where thoy spont several days as guosts o R. E. Mar" shall and family. Mm. Geo. Pearson nad daughter, Mies Mabel of Llttlo, Rock and guest; Mljs na(OBi-.oX,LoxJpgt)jx woro towhhvldltoraiweaopfluiuv 0o MrsJ CaatHaudodaUHfitiPr. JP1 Bolsi $tbm 'fcountcy viaf tt-s, ,yiSJ)!fflW; ,tv tho, homo ;0f jflQld; iHqw.qU' and famllyj Mra. W. B, Bhemwou ana cnnaron, who had been visiting noar-Blackwa tor for sovoral days returned homo Wednesday they'wera accompanied homo, by "Jpra Slma and wlfo who was their, guests, tor tho day, MB. Herman, Aeionjeyo and sons of "near Little Rook were, Bhopplnj and calling In town Thursday, after mm." ' ' 3 ',V ,sr. Wattott Dlggs. J( F. Spence ani'Setli pg wero visitors Thiirsi jf,aV,the"cbu?tyBeat,,' iHRn Mndred' ninVolv.who has been our afternoon central for.'somo tlmo gavVwW'W Thuritday aHd Ml'si ltt'By;,Pptt'Sk5!!oi; haE'tKken er place. i ' " 1 Mrs. B, 0, Bradshaw and son, Fred 1 kSitMdamMVParned BtAeh&ra. 'R'.O, Scok',aBd; fufrTur'ly:.:atUnded U Craig o' near Arrow Rock spent Wednesday with Mrs. Ben Odell. '' Gold and Jewell Howell were lloonvlllo tradors Saturday. Mrs. John Mailman spont Thurs day with her daughter, Mrs. Edgai Lofalvro. Mra. Earl Martin visited Thursda) with John Howoll and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jl.ra Odoll, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Odell, Misses Graco an( Ruby Craig spent Thursday will Mrs. Glen AniHbury. 1 Lon Plpor was trading In Arrow Rock Wednesday. Louis Davis spent Thursday night with her aunt, Mrs. Will Gambrcll Tom Townsend of Brownloo It visiting bis daughter, Mr. C. E, Brown. Cha.rloy Brown of Clay Center passed through horo (Sunday mornlni enrouto to sco "frlonds" at Brownlcc Hubert Davis and Ear Hascmtpr woro in Marshall Saturday afternoor sjisBes Jonnio nna ucuocca Fraizoi apent Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Lot Piper. Mrs. T. D, Embroy was guest of hoc sister. Mrs. Wilt Yanarsdalo and w'flB accompanied homo by her sis tor, Mrs. Tom Vawter and daughter Ruth of Marshall. Arch Gregory was trading In Ar row Rock Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Piper wer' Sunday guests of J, E. Brown am' family at Clay Center. J. B. Webb and family wore Mar shall traders Wednesday. Tumor Embroy was In Napton, Thursday. Chas Plnor sncnt a few davit Inst week V)tn '"'Arnold Jlrown of Clay Center. Dr. Bradahaw waa called to soo Mrs! Joint lowoll 'Tuesday' who has bfon roar.lU'. ' ' 1 Rev. Wall of Marshall preached at our church Sunday morning add opvning. Aicssrn. A. W- ana Jowojl Howoll well trading' In ArrPwTJock Wednes day. " ' ' Lightning kUlod a nlco maro of Q. C. pjp.spn.'a 'Friday aftornp6n. Misses Sau and Alma xffmr wpro hbpping In SJalor Safliray alter noon. ' ' ' ' ' Miss MarJp PJper roturnod homo, Saturday after a. wpoka stay with u"nt Mra. J.'B. "farowh tif Clay Con- tcK Margarotto QonnolJ of Marshall Is vlilllng h'or cousin Ruh lrown. Mr. and" Mrs. James' Odoll and wn) St'ovo, Mr. and jrs. Bon OdOlJ nnd jjlYlo aughtor, Mr. iiud &rs. Turndr Etnbroy and Mary. Mra. Tom, Vawtor and Ruth Suarks ana (r. dibson snent Sunday at Chau tcau Sprfpps. ' Edgar" ijlpor of SJator spont Sun day nt his parents, Alonzo Piper and family. "' v "1 ' Wapt Cojun FOR SALE i -u-1013 model, motor eyejea and mo tor boat at' bargain rlccs' ali'makbs, brand now machines, on easy monUify payment plan. Get our proposition boforp buying or you will rcgrot It, ileo bargains In used motor cycles. Urlto ua today. Enclose stamp for reply. Address Lock Box 11, Trcn ton, Mich. (Scpt.5) WANTESD: Men to hnndlo TUub' Self-Sharpening Plow attachmcnta, fit iny plow, writo tod&i-, Davis, caro Republican, Marshall, Mo. ' WANTED Several lrls for laundry work at Ho. ouony. FOUND A Bwall grip 1 mllo cast of Malta Bend on July 2nd Owner "an have 'samo by ca!lng on T. J. Taylor, Grand Pass, proving owner ship and paying for this adv. 0, RBXV Furnished iiouso mi Eastwood, 1 blocks from square; 5 rooms nnd bath; modern; call 828, 1D TEASPOONS SMd 5PS.talf inchcs ?J'an(d Fjcv Patterns, W .gW satisfacto, ry gdjyic fgr many Say m: l meted r ie- oppor- at this 1 iip-VAWIfR JJWgLRYCO,' Wert site Square MarahaU, Mo. M AGAIN! if dm jp WEEK-END and SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKEJS Will Be3 PlacjBdXOn Sale SundayMay 18th, $1.50 Rat, To Kansas City, Good coipjjjand returning on Slater Accomodation only, which wH!'w be "held at Kansas City until 7 o'clock p. m. on Sundays. 12.60! rate Rood any train Saturday and Sunday- (Excgpt ffiq Huramcr)1 good 'till lifst tfaih bn Monday mpming ' 0. E. HAWTHORNE u Agent. ii 1,1 i.i l i l n i m i 1 1 1 1 1 m H-m i n 1 1 n m i n m 1 1 1 m i 111 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 i n h-i i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1? BEGINS AWWT M I.. JWA JL.'LJL - 'LUJi-'J 'X 1 ' ' AND wm . UKATORS- k WffK Of WHQUSOME JOY USIC-MUSlCfa Great Abundance and Rich Variety. r WieMapis of Inspiration and Uplift t eourse hrHtlBif, " ' v " 'M JSMi1 1 i Jarry'Bltl Isisit. V. V,r 'W ''. oMaatruotloa. ,J Miss Kate Smith of MjWiWfltys reeeption in MaralMU Friday after- 4. II & M ! ii WYIN6 m mm W W This Chautauqua Briagt the Qreatett Aggregation of Talent Yet AtUesjU J 5 Zi l,T, 6 i