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FninAV, Arniii 10, 1011.
MARSHALL HKPUnLICAN paok Tirfirn I! 4 sweet srrni.Nos. Mr. Thomas Hurt and tlaughtor, - Mrs. Thomas Itamey, spent several Unys of tho latter part of last week, the guestB of Mrs. Con Denton. Miss Helen Lever of 8cdalln was tho week-end guest of Miss Rose Kennedy. Tho District Conference of the Methodist church convenes here on Tuesday, April 7th nt half past 7 p. in. and continues until the 10th Inst:, nfter which revival services will begin nt tho Methodist church. Hnv. U. L. Coffman,, tho. pastor, will bo assisted n)yRo.;TV. Hi iOMfer.. l,Vj Mrs. V. U. Scogglns and son, Ken Jieth, were' hero last week attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilson went to St. Louis""" on last Sunday morning. Mr. Wilson will lay In a fresh stock of dry goads. They returned the last of tho week. Misses Mary, nud Ardlo Wallburn of our town went to Scdaila on Tuesday, accompanied by their father and bro ther, Mr. Charles Wallburn and son, whom thoy wero met by Messrs J( It. Vaught of near Marshall anil Ifiirry I'anncII of -near Sweet Springs, and wera married to thesu young men In tho offlco of I'robate Judgo I). 12. SEE ' H. B. BRISTOW FOR First-Class Painting & Paper Hanging. N (20 years' experience.) I Imvc a splendid line of Up-to-Date WALLPAPER SAMPLES Always On Hand. Plncc your order cnrly.so a to avoid the rush later on ! Phonel281, or call at 464, .West Arrow St, Marshall, Mo Omaha, Sioux City, St. Paul and Minneapolis Through Kansas City FOR your trip North I have . just "The Ticket." A brief stop in Kansas City n delight ful afternoon ride to Omaha a restful night on the Pullman, and you arrive in St. Paul or Minneapolis refreshed and in fine trim. Your ticket reads over the Missouri Pacific f and from Omaha via the North Western Line Lv Ar. Kansas City. Iv. Kansas City 1:55 p. m Ar. Omaha 6:30). in Ar, Sioux City .....i2-oi p.ra Ar..St. k'aul 7:50 ti.m Ar. Minneapolis.- .8:25 a,in Missouri Pacific R. R. S. R. Smith, Agent, Marshall, Missouri: Homes ee Iters' Reduced Fares the popular means of reaching practically all points in West Southwest, North and . Northwest Tickets, sold by the Chicago & Alton R. R. The First and Third Tuesdays of Each Month Almost 150 Railroads with which the Chicago & Alton Railroad con nects have joined with us on this proposition to give the landseek er,,fhe visiter, etc., these genuine transportation bargains. ' , ' Cull upon or write tp O. E. HAWTHORNE, Ticket Agent Chicago & Alton Railroad, Marshall, Mo., for details of faces, ponriitons and complete particulars. , Kennedy; Itev. G. M. Walker of tho Christian church offlcfntlng. They returned to Sweet Springs In tho fternoon. Tho two young men nre farmers and will Boon tako their brides to their country homcsv Mrs. Wllllo McCIesky spont Satur day and Sunday in Marshall tho guests of her sister, Mrs. Steele and Mrs. Walker. Hov. .T. C. 8hnckclford returned to his homo hero on Tuesday evening ftcr spending several months 'With his daughter, .Mrs. Saylor ofj Slater. Mrs. (irayson after spending the ft-fiUjrjbn" tfeht coast w.lthrpla-. fives, 1s'in 'ET wpi Tcxas en route, for her home herd,, whero tdia Is ex pected nbout the first of May. CUr. and Mrs. John I'arkhurst of near HoustonlnvWore the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. lien I lull on Wednesday and Wednesday night. Mrs. H. (J. Magncss, nfter spending somo months with her daughter, Mrs. T. 1). Itcavls, loft Tuesday for Kan sas, where she will visit another dnli ghlcr for tho summer. Mr. Lako Tlsdalo went to Scdalla on Wednesday uvcnlng for n short stay. ' Mr. and Mrs, Ii. L, Huston accom panied by their children and by Mrs. S. E. Dowden went to Mt. Leonard on Wcdncwday to visit Mr. Dowden, their son and brother, who Is quite 111 with pneumonia. Mr. Huston nnd family returned on Thursday, reporting Mr, Uowdcn bettor, though not out of danger. Miss Emma Shackelford spent tho week-end In Sinter and Marshall, re turning on Mondny morning. Mr. C. E. Wells of ICnr.sns City, t former resident of Sweet Springs, Is hero for business, to rcmuln n wcoi or two. Tho family of Mr. II. 11. 1.nruo will Icavo in tho "-course of a week for Montana, wlioro tho husband nud father Is nt present preparing a home for tho family. Mr. I.nrtio has tnkou up scvcrnl claims of government laud for himself nnd children of whom thoru nro eleven. Miss Mary Forguion fmlth with her brother, Tom, from mnr Hons tonln, spent last Saturday with tho family of their grandfathur, Mr. I.. C Horry. illrcngtliens Weak nnd Tlretl Women "I was under a great strain nurstn:; .1 rrlf.llvn through thrco months' nick nrs." wrltco Mrs. J. C. Van Do San !o, of Ktrklnnd, HI., and "Electric fitters kept 1110 from breaking down I will never bo wlthout.lt." Do you foul limed and worn out? No npno Mltu nud food won't dlgoHt? It Irn' thu spring weather. You need Elcc trie Hitters. Start n month's treat merit today; nothing, hotter for stem ucli, liver nnd kidneys. Tho groat spring tonic, llcllof or money back, TiUc and S 1 .00, nt your druggist. Adv. xi:w iiosih. Protracted meeting closed at ICIm wood Sunday'night with quite a num ber of conversions. Miss Frances llcngcr visited her homo folks Saturday night and Sun day. John Knott spent Sunday with re latives In Mt. Leonard. Miss Dora Harris returned hcr.ia Friday attor closing hor uthool. She wltl spend hor vacation with Iter par ents, 1). M. Harris nnd family. Miss I.ula Mcncga.II ramo homo Saturdny nnd will bo at homo for tho summer. ' norn to Mr. nnd Mrs. George drcon formerly Mnudo Harris of this place, March 20th, 1914, a boy, both nro do ing nlcoly, "Mrs Lemon, who has been sick for homo time, la slowly improving, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilorry Cox .and dau ghter, Miss Clara, and Will Kntlon dor spent Sunday afternoon with D. M. Harris and family, J. W, Forbes and family visited ThomnH Lomous and family Sunday. It. E. Kuntz nnd family wero Sun day guests of Arthur Kun'7. and wlfo. Mrs, D. M. Harris ro'urncd homo Friday nfter being with tier dnu?Me Mrs. George Green for tho past wools. Check Your April Cough Thawing fr.-at unA April rains chill you to tho- ver'y marrow, you catch cold Hoad and lungs stuffed You nro foverlsh Cough continually and fool mlsorablo You need Dr. King's Notf Dlscovcryr it soothes Inflamed nnd irritated .throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever J leaves, and you feel flno. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Sticknoy CornorrMo., "Wn3 cured of a dreadfuf cougli attor doc ttor'a treatment and all other romod Its failed, lloiief or monoy back'. Ploasaut Children llku it. Qet u bottlo today. 60c and $1.00, at. your druggist. Ilucklcn's Arnica porca. Salvo fpr all Adv. James Long was In Kansas City a ti days this weolc, purchasing hogs. IISF. Adlers Collegian Clothes iiiiiii;ii!!Hiiii!iiilinJiliiliSii!iiIiiui NKLNO.V. Stlssos Nestle and Ethel Cllekner entertained the following gnosis nt dinner Sunday: Mr. nnd Mrs. Uncus Sladulrc, Mr. nnd Mm. Frank Ault, Silases Mario nud Clurlbol White, L.n l'nn Williams, Manila Hnndlilgo and Master FrnnUlo Ault. Itov. Spenrs of Arrow Itock con ducted tho Fnlon borlvcoii nt tho Mo- tliodlst church Bunduy morning and Itcv. Fred Shorter nt tho Christian church Sunday evening. Mr. Emll Ellington of Marshall spent Sunday In town with frionds. Mrs. Charlie Conovor nnd little daughter, Mary Hllxnboth, roturuefl to tliolr homo In Kansas City Sunday ufiornoon, Imvlng made 11 short vlstt with I.. M. Nelson and family. Mr. Oscar McClelland of Jefferson City canto up Sunday morning for a llttio visit with his parents. Itov. Frod Shortor urn! iMr, fioorjeo linker worn guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. I). Smith Sunday at dinner. Mr. nud Mrs. Don Noldorjuhu and Mr. I.. J. Sandldgc f-pant Sunday In tho country with N. 1'. Thornton and wife. On tho ntaht of Wednesday, A'.iril 1, n very pleasant surprlso party was nlwm Mr. 3. V. Cluto In honor of his ihty-nlnth Muhday. Tho kuuIh nil Kaihord nt the homo of Mr. Albert A Free Lecture on ristian Science Bij Virgil O. Striker, C. S. Member of the Board of; Lccturship of the First Church of Christ, Scicntistc, m Boston, Massachusetts. The Lecture Will be Held in the ORPHEUM THEATRE South Side of Square, on Sunday Evening, April 124k at 8 o'clock Given under the Auspices of the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Marshall, Missouri The Public is Cordially Invited V5 Farmers Interest Seed Corn Will Increase Your Yield 10 to 30 Bushels Per Acre Wo caro not what corn yon hnvo now, It you plant FAHMKltS 1NTEU13ST WII1TH DENTulonssldo of tt It will beat it ID to 30 LuakcU per acre. . , FAUMUItS INTHftJSST lins been bred for 18 years. Uurron, stalks huvo been eliminated, tho cars grow very largo and tho qual ity is high. Tlilu variety has always won the highest honors at tho great International Corn Impositions, upon to tho world, from the first one hold In Chicago In 1907, down to nnd including this year, 1914. Tho hclcrtlon, brooding and improvement of thlsYuru litis eonfcmVl cm farmers, and all tho 'people, greater liouefltN than all tho work of Luther Htii Intnl.-, tho plant wlaiil of Callfiiriila, The least .expensive and most certain way to improvo n com crop is to let others do tho breeding and you July tho result nt n small price par bushel. For n farmer to prodiKo u bushel, of corn liko wo will sell hint for u couplo of'.Uollnrs would require "tho work of years worth a thouannd dollars or more, Scud your nnmo for n FK13H samplo nnd further pnrtleulara and photo rCpmductloiiK of gruml Kccphtakei( cxhihltN, Hotter wrlto NOW. Tho photography of prlzo winning cijrn nro well worth, seeing,,, v Named and Introduced by O. K. Soocl Storo Dopt. 'Indianapolis, Indiana .Mention lteiuitillcan when you write. Mai in 1' 3 In the case of k clothes, style should not be made the de fense. Quality alone will withstand the on slaught of the critics. Striking style and excellent quality are interwoven in ft J. BERG & SON, Southwest Corner Square MARSHALL, - Missouri Clulc, and whoji I ho father nnd moth or enmo In to spend tho ovonlnR they woro vory much surprised to find n Jolly crowd awaiting their arrival. Tho aniUEomcnl of tho evening won cards. Those from tho country IrndltiR hero W'ednosdny wcro It. It'. Scott, Frank Petit, Will Illnton, Tom Hanks Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Canine, Mrr. Chnrllo Darling nnd Miss Xottlv Young. II. U. Snrcd and Council Orr nro giving tho Smith property, which is occupied by Mr. Illttglnhotthnm nnd family, n frosh coat of paint. Miss Mnt I'enrl ICldor I s visiting with frionds In the country near hurt during hor mother's iiImkuico. IMIss I.onn May Tliompion spent Sunday In lllackwatcr with hor llttl filond, Miss I'cnelopo Cully. Mrs. II. T. llnrnoA wm shopping In Marshall Monday. sit. i,i:o..m. Mrs. .1. W. Spencer wont to Slobor ly Saturday to spend a whllo with Orvtllo .Spencer and wife. 1 01 r. Orvtllo Dowden, who has tiotin seilously lit for thu past week Is re ported to bo sumo better. Mr. Kd. Dowden of Kmporln, Kan- ens, arrived Monday to bo with hlti brother. Mr. Orvlllo Dowden. s AND A CAltl) OK THANKS. I i. ,u(wia liicu.Jiift iiciii lunv tug.,. April 8th by tho colored people, In North street M. 13, Church to colc brnlo the great success, which hqa at last crowned tholr efforts In securing tho necessary vote to Issuo bonds to build them a new school house, they j votod unanimously to have written nnd published In ench of the city pa pers, a card of thanks, expressing to tho whlto tltirena of tho city and school district, tholr appreciation and grateful fooling towards them for tholr magnnmnlty in voting so generously In tholr Interest and elect ed L W. Adams', to write tho card, which follows: To .tho white' ellUon, voters of Marshall nnd Marshall school district Wo tho colored pooplo of Hip nbovo named district take this method to e.xpron to you our heart felt thanks nnd kindliest feelings for the grcfitor part you took on Tuosday, AprH "th, In securing for us tho more thnn two- third majority voto, which yns ncod ed to nuthorlse our school board to Issuo bonds In a sufficient amount to erect n school building adequate lo glvo our children domestic science nnd manuol training In nddltlon to the other branches being tauaJil them Wo thank those of your who voted with us nnd only In n Ism degreed do wo thank thosa of you who refrained from voting nalns(us: and even to tho vory few who did tote Pgnlnst us wo chccrlsh no feeling of resentment, but hopo tho day Is not fsr distant that will prove tho uxr.ondlturo was not made In vain; and last, but not lonst do wo thank thn ontlro citv presa, which made such and earnest nnd tlmoly pita for our cause; nnd now believing that In the last analy sis, when one holw .to build better the bout A hts fellow man, ho mnkos only the more aectiro the foundation of tit own dwelling: and thanking you wmln and again, gen tlemen, for your most llbereln, gen erosity nnd humane kindlier toward us. In. this, one of tho greatest of fnrla of our live lo Improve our pro sent condition nud rnlno to hlghor slnndnnl the Uvea of our people, who ar to coiuo nfter us. Wo nre with profound reapatt and lest wish for you nr-1 yours. Otcst Btnerrely. thf. coi.onun crrnsvs of mau- SHALL. Clear, (."iiip.exiuu Jtuiuout'KHlii lllemlHUes Why go througli ll.'o ambarrusd and dlalUured with pimple, orui Hons, i tiukhemda, red rough skin, or ou.fe.-lu.t Uit tortures ot Kcsoun, acji, itiu:, fiiiv rhe'im. Just anH ur: iliuiih. . Dr. Hobtun' Kct i tiit u;it:.a.i Follow the simple .':;ckil u.. , . I your ckln worries are uur. .VIM. fjothlng. offoctlve. Kx ceMrut .(' l.ulilit. ami delicate, temlor tUln. d ... i ihapplug. Always lialus. Ituikt ur money back. SUc. ut your druggist. Adv. SIAI.TA IIItNH. .Mrs. .Ichn StoUlu was shouplus; In Ma'i:!iHlt last WediiMdny. ."Iss Kdua Cruin made her rogulnr to Marshall last Wednesday. Mr. F. C. Uleckburn wan tranaaet- vi's buslnusH In St. I.ouU sovural dttys the ilrat of last week. Sir. I'erry Wilson ami son, deorge. were vUItlnn Sir. WIIo' brother, Mr. Floyd Wilson and family last week nt Spring IIIII, Kas. Allss .Myrtle llois was shopping lit Marshall last' Friday. Sirs. A lux SIcKoberts was among thoso that wero bhoppliiK in Sturshail hist Friday. Tho Ladles ot tho SI. E. Church, South, will hold a market In tho dlr rc'.cr's office in the bank butldlug on S;-urdny, April lllh, 191 . . Sir. O. E. (Iraysou, after spending a month vlsltlnc ut thu homo of his uncle, .Mr. John Itlackburu and other relatives and friends, roturnod to hU homo In Illinois Inst Wednesday. Sllss Oolda Slahan was shopping in Marshall Saturday. Stlssoa Willa Adams and Mary Shnffor, who are nttendlnK school nt WnrronsburK, enmo homo last Satur day for a weeks visit with their par ents. Sir. nnd 'Sirs. I.ovosay and baby ramo in Saturday evening for a visit with Sirs. Leveeay's parents, Dr. and Sirs. J, K. IJrown, Mr. and Sirs. Nato Humphrey and Delia Sluy Wilson canio down from O rand I'nss Sunday ovontnj; In tholr car nnd wnu tho guests of Mr. Terry Wilson nnd family. Sirs, Cora Nelson went to Kansas City Slondny evening to transact busi ness; ' There will be an Enstor sermon nt tho First St. E. church Suudny morn- Ins and (in Easter program will" bo' rendered Sunday evening. Every body cordially Inyltqd. Mrs. Everett Fulton was shopping in Marshall Saturday. WlUlnm and Ralph Dakor came homo from Slanhuttnn, Kas., to spend Easier with their parents. JUMBO f If You Want to Save Money on Your Spring Wants Pay Oisr S Our trade this spring" is showing a BIG increase over last year. THERE IS A REASON. Are you one that i3 saving money by being one of our many new cus tomers? Don't fail to pay our... Wkmj Department a visit before you purchase your Spring Head Dress. Y ours for a bigger business oSiA Slrouon North Side of Square MARSHALL CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 28 to SEPT. 3 BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER ' v AltltOW HOCK. Tlie weather Is fine and sprliiKllke after tho heavy rains. Wheat Is looklnc fine In this local ity. IIrbrt Shomwell, In Jumping while at play Monday nltoriioon fell and put one of his elbows ouUof plare i two hustiinc youns farmers of Coo icr -.'.hltli wan very painful Tor row days , wore tradinu hero Wednesday, and It also kept him frtm school this j Will Klchmnn has n full forco of week. I ( arpentera at work on his rcsldu.iro. Tom Duls the t!p:iont man ofj,!a w,n new 1'orchoJ, new ioof Harditman was on our streets Thus day afternoon. (Jus dries of the country was tran sacting business In town Monday. Gold Howel and wife ot the coun try were trading with our merchants Monday. l.cnnle Itlsiitlinni has closed his Macksuilth hliop for the prusent and has accepted a position with K. IS. Stone. Henry Morris and family, who wore guttata of letatlvea here last week ro turnod to their home In Uouuvllle Tuocday. Joe lllllcu from west of town was cu our Directs Wednesday. Mrs. Karl Green of thu country was I prlptug laxative. Cures constlpa shopping here Wednesday. tlon; makes you feet flno. Tako no Sirs. Thomas and dnughter-tn-lnw i near Naptou were guests Wednes day of hor son, Early and family. Look Ahead T"T h a cood plan to consider the M from the point of the future jl picture how your horns would use' of inferior paint; on the other scrved appearance it would have if these two pictures before you, it is n mnrh iliffrrrnrc in rpMilt1!, :- . . When you buy your paint, represent ths difference between LA CROSSE CO., PAINT and an intern naint. LA CROSSE CO. PAINT will wear for years after the. mtfia paint has none with the wind and yard we will estimate the quantity JUL. Ulijr u.,.v.t .iiui4..u.tv.. jwu La Cvosse Lumber-Compai 5 tore a Visit Sin far xtnro Marshall, Mo. fllbson Scott spent several days In I l'sonvllle Inst week with his wife, ' ,. ,. Ia imnrovInir very slowlv. Dave Qrccn of tho coun(ry was In town Wednesday afternoon. Frank Wllmarth and Pink McC.irt, - 1 n'"1 Harris Fray of Colorado and bro thers. Tyler of St. Louis nnd Klwo.i.l o.' lllnckwator, vcro visitors Friday o.' their aunt, Sirs. W. I. SIcSIuhnn ami J. I'. Illggs and family. Charley Janncck and son, Frank, of the country wore among tho crowd in town Thursday. Flush out tho accumulated wasto and polsuns of the winter months; ripiing Ijnutlvo ami Itluoil Clenaser 'cleans your stomach, liver and Vld lueys ot all Impurities. Tako Dr. 'King's New Life IMUs; nothing better jfor purifying the blood. Mild, non- other. . 2 fie, at your druggist. Ducklcu's Arnica Salvo for All Hurts. Adr. Before Paintinj painting question from all ancles, cspcciallj condition of your house. You can readily look weather-beaten and worn from hand, consider the up-to-date, wcM- properly painted with a good paint. Wkl almost impossible to believe there cowM "1 . keep these two conditions in mind UW chances of climatev Call at our of paint necessary for your building, uwgiiu. FLOUR a m l--1' '