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FTttlUY, AUGUST 8, 1913.
MARSHAM 11EPUBU0AN' .-t-t--t-t 1 ! I t'-M-H-I-l-H'-l-M-l-i-H-i' 1 " folks dressed in their best and went to KobH.IV on Monday to" h Olebrn Uon in honor of emancipation; W. 8. J. Duro continues qulto ill with fever, howovor, he got8 no worso and the annoying hiccoughs I-l-I-M-M-H-I I'l -t-It-1-t-l"I--l-! I1 1 M"l which ho had' for several days aro loss frequent. Leon Chlswell and wife expect to go back to their home this wook at Bljkburn as threshing tiroes nro or. They have, while hero, been next bcai Jlng at L. K. Leonards, who lives at the' old ChUwell homestead. Mr. and Mrsi Hal noblhson camo or will bo romohibcrcd as Miss Annie from Knnsas City "to Marsall'ln their Pendleton of Miami; has returned to onto; then toMlainl to. visit 'Walter her homo In Kan'satf City, aftor visit- Utlcy and wlfpv County News MIAMI Tho cnriienter work in tho Nowt Irvln placo, now owned by J. E. Matn eny, tho corn king of tho stato Is Hearing completion and will bo ready for tho family to movo in by month. 1 Miss Mary Robinson, whose nioth- ing Mesdames Snelllng and iloopor Iti Miami darter Dure of rtosedalo, Kansas, caiiio a fow days ago to tho bed side of his brother, Wulker, who in qulto III Llttlo Miss Qladyn Huffman of tho Pharon vuclnlly who visited a couple Web Hums and wifo and llttlo son aro at homo again after a sojourn at tho homo of Jackson Walker. Mliis Flossie Jluynlo departed last Friday for Kansas City, whuro she will bo a Jolly member of a house party nt tho residence of n friend. JudKo Hriscoa and wlfo and son, of weeks In Miami was taken homo Woyd arrived' from Kansas City, by hor undo and amit, Mr. and Mrs. Kansas, to vision tho homes of Chas. Henry Ilucklo on last Sunday. and Jas Ulrey and other rolatlves. After nn extended visit to hor frl- Miss Kato Dookor has returned fo ends In and about Plater. Miss Annie' cr homo in Marshall after a pleas Fisher has returned td'her homo In ant visit In tho homo of W. A. Cnb- Mlaml. A show called "tho Ncedham Float ing thcatro Is on her road up the river showing at rlvor towns and will reach Miami in about throo weoks This Is a now show, first class tn oycry particular. It Is being plolnt ed by Tony Hurback, a frlond of Capt Huston of Miami. John K. Dlshop has sold his farm of 80 acres to Chatllo Doolson for $4, 8 do. This farm Is In Carroll county Just opposlto Miami. Mr. Bishop may perhaps return to his native state, Now York. John P. Elder and Lloyd Sullivan bell and wlfo. Aco Fordon visited in DoWItt last wook and attended tho chnutauqun thero. Ho brought back with him In his launch a largo supply of lumber which Is to bo used to Improvo tho homo of Louis sMalto, which is also tho homo of Mr. Fordon. Mrs. J, Douglass, formerly, Miss Mattio llurgass of Miami mndo a pleasant visit last week to her father and sister and attonded tho Wonder land Floating thcatro on tho 28 of July. Her homo Is at Bholblno, Mo Mrs. Hob Wright and llttlo son, K. Lcojinvc latoly returned from Shack who loft Miami for Frco Wator, Ore- olford, whoro they visited Joo Doo can. havo purchased a hotel thoro and ln wll 18 a 80n J,rs- Wright. nro much pleased with their success. Mrs. Uon noynolds entertained for Miami needs rain very badly and a short time last wcok hor husbands, tho people nro looking forward to tho Mlssos rtuth Chlswell of Miami comliiK of "Tolls Day" which occurs and Ituth Woodson of Carrollton. nn tho unconii Sniiininv in AniniHt. Miami was a regular city on tho Old timers In Miami formally made h'Knt of July 28, in regards to llvll many bots on this day as giving rain of 1110 trnJo nntl tho crowds of and" It is said to ra'rely over fall. pooplo whos warmod tho strcots and Miss EUlo MnYlienov 'nislatnu" Tn stores. The 'attraction was 'at our F. It. McDanlals salo last wook and wharf whoro lay tho Wonderland proved to bo a most efflcont sales Floating Thcatro. A flno play, My woman. ' ' Dlxlo Ql'rl, dollghtod tho-people' The Froddlo Jennings went to Wakonda "jP'oclulll'cs wbrq splendid,, tho hall Fr'fdnv tn loolt after Intercut there was cooled by Olcclrlo fans. It WBS und Joined an'nuto crowd which nt- announced that Wondorland would tendod tho cliautuuqua at DoWItt B'n bo hero on tho luttor port of Saturday night. Soptombor. ' Mlsa Flora Hell, a former Miami Mrs. Z. T. Casobolt and children of lady, wrlt'ds td her Saline friends a Kansas City aro visiting Miami rola lengthy and lntorestlug letter of San DTago, Callf.'u beautiful sconory, ell- mato, otc. She has rccontly gone thoro from Phoonlx, Arl. Mrs. Emily Garrett an agod lacy Uvea this wcok. Mrs. D. I). Dorry arrived from Ar kanSas a fow days ago to visit on tho old homo placo. Thnvus band ,and , lunger slstorn u-nil irrnntlv ,lnifirlitn,l tn linvn linr Will BKBln bb WltMtllO Rreat 'ClMUtnU grand daughtof, Miss Mary Mlllor which opens p tho Clll of A"K and grand son,. Sink Mlllor visit her " .Marsnaui , ,. last wcok from 'Armstrong, Mo. . Miss rtuth Woodson of Carrollton QltKAttVIIJjK, visited rolotlvnsla fow days last woox. Ml" Mao 'Lovo.ry1 "returned homo Mosdamos Wallor Hawkins und Tuesday afternoon accompalnod by Marvin Casobolt' wore shonnlnir in "or cousin's, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWjtt tho latter part of last wcok, Aunt Sarah Underwood, an aged colored woman Is qulto sick at hor homo In tho west part of town. The hnrdwaro firm known htthor to as Uurns & Allen, wilt bo known ns Allen & Son, as Mr. Uurns has sold Slushor and chlldron of Malta 11 unci who will mako them-a short visit. Misses Ina Lawler and Qurtrudo Johnson spent tho latter part of the week with tho Misses Scott of Mar shall. ' Mr. Lou Vonablo has raurncd from his interest to tho Allons. As yet It Virginia, whoro ho has been slnco lust 1b not known what business Mr. winter. Uurns will nursuo. Miss Vivien aarrott was the guest Lowls A. Durnsldo recently lost Ills of ir nunt, Mrs. A. C. Vonablo Sun baby daughter seed five months. ay. Arthur Purcell and llttlo daughter Miss Viola Auer and llttlo Floronco rnmfV dnwn nn In at fliinrinv frnm Kan- Sbopard spent Thursday with Mrs, gas City to spond a' fow days in L. L. Lowory, Miami ' ' Mr. rtobort Qllmor and family was ' Mrs. J. Prank Durruss of Carroll-tho guest of Wade Qllmor and family ton came the lattor parjtof UBUweck Sunday. id vibii ner sisters, wins ismma i ai sons and Mrs. Will Cluttecbuck. Mac Ilaynto Is back homo again from Kansas City where ho wont to rccoivo treatment for a facial trouble. He is much imnrovodi m . : n 1 . . n . . lao uuuu oi uiubuw un iubi. duii- Mr and Mrp, SlUBher and chlldron Mrs. C. A. Lowory and daughter, Miss Mao, Mrs. Leo Lowory and son Mel vln and Miss Vlylon aarrott spent Friday oftorn.oon nt Wilton. Mr-T3rnost Allon of Kansas .City Joined his wlfo and daughters Sun day night brought up a load .oi' ilp'ciia'U fed rfaytf to tho'cou Mrs. Ashley itollowny an acod'ftuV W nValWVenzjil.'and -Miss Viy has been qulto foeblo latoly and'uh-ltori Garrdrtiattendod tho AVdnderrand der a nhvslclans caro. She Is blind AtArrpv Iloclt Friday evening. ann irots about with much lncbnvott-1 -UKbard '.darrott spent Saturday ienco In hor home. night Vlth bis brothor' Harvoy. t.imio nnrntiiv m nvi,v tho t. Miss Ella QaJnos, Mrs. Ernest Al mpnth"6ld'biby:otMr. and Mrs! David Mn and'daughtors, Inez and Vlvlon Just sputli o town, was. quite 111 lost sppnt Friday jvlth MljiaAdOyo Allison wrinW A 4 J. . ui u-J s ' A brother of H, O. Kelloy cam.0 fT-T xrC recontlv from Indiana with a view to I 11 1 Wf S . - -7:7 - ' . , rsr ',, n .if, purchasing a swine county rarmi Ho nTwa ccrer Ono'iiundffd ixiim mfirkm' for tnjr t.A' n fn ; nJMi Wi c(rrlt that cwiwt txi ?otea iiy uu v ' 0 I LIHrfB Liire. ri UDtQdUUGB UlUVIItlii L. ...V.I.I1- .hi. .A'.rrr in ihllffBtlfllia i' ii iiuu' wivm"-!.; . v-t, f . ' 1 I H VI I 1 .HH I nta.1i. II. Ami , V ainner(uws w. a. f.ww w W? '"Tat aakk.'ov couuEncB. v " J. " " r ToKKlo. Ohio. rom'JftriBS nh jrUind Mrs. Upb A tllT?" him MeDanlel.' 'Mrs.pJohes mothsw were MSteWlV'' iJL 1!.'. KMfM ! SR! --- i i una nninciaiiT ui iq vmisj uui pui mh Ssturday p. m. towg bbgej tw,'ftto.5& Beta, on her way to Kansas City. Tho u.w. v.mii. nn. for eoutioitiC I A , Bla carried ono hundred car loads MAIiTA BEN I). Dr. Aiken nnd wife" loft Inst Wed nesday for a two weeks visit with Dr. Aiken's parents In Kansas. Misses Mablo and Edna Evans of Sweet Springs aro hero visiting tholr nunt, Mrs. Frank Ulnckburn. Miss Edna Nelson Is visiting her father In Qulncy, 111. Miss Q old a Mahan was shopping In Marshall last Thursday. Mr. A, S. VanAuglen was transact ing business In Marshall last Tuesday ' Mr. Perry Wilson mado a busluoss trip to Kansas last Thursday morn ing returning, homo. Saturday. Mr. 3 ft. Wilson was transacting business in. Marshall last Tuesday. Don't forget tho chnutauqua in Marshall ono cannot afford to miss It for it will ba great. Itev. Leathermnn and wlfo and daughter, Mrs. flrubbs nnd children of Kentucky were dinner guest last Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Shcrninti Houston. Mesdnnies M. W. and (!. O. Walker entertained tho fancy work club at their home last Wednesday after noon, Miss Eugenia Thomns of UIuo Springs, Mo., is horo visiting Miss Elsla Tobln. Mr. Rynn and wlfo of St. Louis aro hero visiting Mr, Ityntrn aunt, Mrs. Grant Uush. Miss Wahnota Randolph of Kan sas City Is hero visiting Mrs. Frank Ulnckburn and other friends. Mrs. Gorman had qulto a pleasant surprlso on her birthday last Thurs day by her daughtor, Mrs. Martin of Scdalin como over to see hor. Alex Arnold and Will Pculck woro among those that wero Marshall visitors Monday. Miss Florcna Morton was tho guest f Miss Uerklo Coleman Saturday Ight. Stophcn Frnzco and slstor MIbb Mcttlo wore Chopping in Marshall Monday. Mrs. Sam Tobln Is very sick at hor homo north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Fulkcrsou of Snlt Springs nttondod church horo Sun day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrbort Knnsborgcr of Mt. Leonard woro guests Sunday f "Mr. aniT'Mrs. Everett Fulton. Hov. Cain was transacting bust ncss In Marshall Monday. i Mr. Lester I) rynn was a Marshall Isltor Mondayr; f Mr. W. 0 Hallow received word Monday that his mother was serious ly 111 at Princeton, Mo. Ha loft over tho C. & A. Monday afternoon for that placo his wlfo accompanlng him End of Season Sale ! I - - ' i QSifdr cm Marshall. llliACKUUIl.V Misses Francos Reagor, Nelllo Doulwnro, Earl Washburn and Rufus Edwards spent Sunday" 'at McAllcstor. Springs. Mrs. itiair tram Han springs is visiting hor n(cci Mrp, Sam Fulkop- 1 1.11' 4.1 son. Mrs, Orccnlco from Marshall was nt Elmwood Monday In her car. Mr. Wesson was In Swoot Springs Monday buying lumbar for his now house which Is qulto an Improvement to our llttlo town. Tho ladles of our neighborhood aro going to havo tin lco cream sup per ut P Isgah church ou night of tho 12 of August to raUo money to paint tho church. Mrs, Carson and family will movo to Marshall this fall. The ClmutnuqiiH. Como, hurry and got ready for chau tauqua'days aro nearl Tho vory happiest tlmo you'll havo of all tho 1013 yoar, For sovoral months you'vo labored, and dono your vory best; nut now tho tlmo has como, whet you must tako a rest. So gather up your family, and go to tho chautauqua ground Tako a seat 'neath tho canvas and listen to music's sound, Tako aldng that good ,wlfo, your cvtrla find lltrn tvlan toy"! Wot a ploasujrp,l wUl,bo,itp soo-)iow ea,ch enjoys. Ifyou'aYfyan old bachelor lono with Ideas most Bovoro Just go to Marshall's chautauqua and Blt ypu down and hear Tho funny things that pooplo of noto hayp to say I'm sure you'll never, nover rogrot cent you had to nay. A word 'to the'maldon old, to whom the' fates havo beon unkind, Wlijrbloss' your hoar);, this Is a placo yor may a husband find. To every 1 ono In gonpral I advise 'JUst to gb' thero. ' Vbeu It Js ov'r you w,Ul say I'm sure Its better than snow or rair. In Marshall a( popular stores, season tickers 'Tfou'lf find: And iho dato of tho chautauqua Is 26th 6V this month',' boar In mjnd ?U1f(10p. AFTER an unusually successful Julyxale we find that1 we , ' have aoout 75 spring and summer suits left on hand. They are one and two suits of a kind, all splendid suits, that we wil close at A GREAt BARGAIN. They are suits that sold foij $15.00. $18.00, $22.50 and $25.00, and, to close them out quick' we will sacrifice lfe price, and you can take your choice of all sizes and styles At $10.75, $11.75 up to $18.75. Vjfe have a small lot of suits that sold for $10.00 and $12.50 that we will close at $7.48 and $8.75. MEN'S AND BOYS' OXFORDS. All men's and boys' oxfords will be sold AT A BIG SACRI FICE to close them out. One lot of men's oxfords, broken lots, off toes, that sold for $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00, you can have YOUR CHOICE FOR 95 CENTS ! I MISSOURI QHHIB I MARSHALL IISSOURI -1?, C,f4m.IIIJ, A. a KifU,n cC Q If You w Want Thorn Stopped Writo MeJ 10 yc.ri pracUcil eipetlencc. B. C. LUKENS Ol'tf'ljccd Dulllntf. Philadelphia, Pa. .Motlicrsl Havo Your Children WonnnV Aro they fovcrlsh, restless, ner vous; Irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they continually pick tholr noso pr Krifid"'thclr teeth? Havo thoy cramping palus, Irregular and ravon ous nbuatlto? Thcso aro all bIriis of wofpisfy Worms not only cduic your chlldiitnorlug, but stunt Its mind nndgrSwlh. aivo "Kleknpoo Worm Kllioralonco. It kills nnd ro movostli' worms, Improves your child's jlppotlto, regulates stomach, llVcr 'and bowels. The symptoms dls appear and your child Is mndo happy ouditiealthy, as naturo Intondcd. All druggists or by mall, liHc. Klckap'oo Indian Mcdlclnu Compiiny Philadelphia, l'a. Bt. Louie, Mo. Adv. -H-H- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rally of Kan sas Cty arrived Saturday night for n visit with Mr. I. T. Rally and family. They will remain horo until Thurs day night, whan business calls them back to tho city. Mr. Joseph Rally also of KnnBOB City Is spending his vacation wlth.hls parents and rola tlves In Marshall. Minister 1'riUst'n this Laxative Rev. II. Stubpnvoll of Allison, In., In praising fir. King's Now Llfo Pills for constipation, writes: "Dr. King's Now Life Tills aro Buch per fect pills no homo should bo without thorn," No bettor reguJntor for tho llvor and bo'wols. Kvory pill guar anteed TryiMepi, I'rjcp 3p, at, 1. II. Franklins. , Adv. ' JltfilUDiV) "1 1 11 -JPP "'Rt5fiiM(h0 .'8 njH'in0?!, " company at Maricopa, Calif., Is visit ing his parents here. Mr.'Hluton ro turnod last Monday a wook ago from Tamptco, Mexico, w.horo ho was with a party of oil .raon and reports con ditions in Mexico vory unsettled. It Is not an uncommon thing, ho says, to see peoplo 'killed on tho streets nnd n person wth mpnoy oiyhls por bou has w6"Bnov"w,hat oyer; Tho lles't Vain Killer DuokleVs" Airh'lck Salvo when np piled to.'acutJjulso. ?prajn, bum or scaia, cYior.iininry, or H'. ?'" w,, Immodlalely' roriiovo "nil pain. "B. E. Chamberlain otfcilnton, Mo., says: "It robs cut-,i',and oher Injuries of tjielr torrory... ,Ap a healing remedy l&Wal don't exist." Will do good for'yoli. Only 2Do nt P, H. Frank lins, ir V V Adv. l-WM-H-H-l-l-MH-I TH BEST COUNTY FAIR IN THE STATE. Saline . Agricultural . Fair! Will Be Held At Marshall, Iissouri, Augqsrl2, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1913, FIVE BIG DAYS ! Thure are 216 Entrieo in the Speed Program. The mule and colt show offers $325 special; the fat cattle premium of $100 by the Associated Bank of Marshall; the specal premiums offered by Marshall merchants; the Floral Hall and other premiums arc most liberal. ' Bring in your stock, your farm products, your poultry, butter, eggs, etc., and compete for these premiums. Get a Premium List from Rose & Buckner, from the Secretary, E. Wt Brown, or at the Democrat-News office. Boost the ' Fair, and help to m a lie the Great Fair of the State. Plan to be there every day ! There will be plenty of amusement something doing ALL THE TIME! J. W. ROSE, President, E. W. BROWN, Secretary. W-H-444H-M-T-M--M-I-W I M M I I I 11 1 I-H I'M-H-H CHICHESTER S PILLS Kivura-ifriifili I'llll II H tma tokc. IctlcJ th SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERf yv J. M. Clark of Donds Lonndo, Iowa, who visited his mother, Mrs. M, E. Drown of Shackolford tho past two wcoks returned Jo Iowa at Satur day. Mr. Clarke says crop condi tions aro imich hotter In iown.tlian In this section. ofiMlssouri. I NOTICE TO AjJTO OWNERS ! Finis Bdatrlght, n ncphovv of Thomas Uoatrlght, who has rented his farm near Ilerndon for tho en suing year expects to move to Mar shall as soon as ho finds a hausa to suit him. SUMMER COLDS rapidly reduce kanaii siresgth ana' illneu is easily contracted. ML Scott's Emulsion will proapuy reueye me com asa ppMikt year ttreartk revcBt sickness." SCOTT' a HOWNKV wymsmwmftotk -m m il l ii 1 a mi i : i imi k m i tMi. mxjhm ' ; ' s ,vv v fefijjlB BLOOM FIILO. N. 'J. J.The Besr. Wav to Keen Your Auto H First. Buy your auto supplies from the' Zink Auto Supply Company. Second. Have your repair work done by the Zink Auto Supply Co., at 40c an hour, 60 minutes to the hour, and good work. iJest place in Central Missouri to have your inner tubes vulcanized. Zink Auto Supply Co., Northeast Corner Square, : MARSHALL, MO