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FittnAY, Arnni 21, 1014.
MARSHALL nKPtnu.iOAir PAGR TmUtH fho C. & A. lias 76 cars of coal Mored at Qllllatn for any strlko cm Urgency that might come up. Here tofore coal has been dumped on the Wound In the wards here but this makes too much extra work In hnndl Ing. Sinter News. John Ruppert, who has a big or-' chord near Ay res and Is pretty good Authority for fruit prospects, nays ho thinks Micro will bo n big fruit crop this season. He says tlio late frcezo Very probably Injured somo of tho Miars but he boiloves there will pro Jmbly itmt cno&Klirof orchards w(icro lie tren aro'iHrotaotcd to maheliprn l'rtttyt!ood yMdlrfltatcr Nows.tni , I i l'W K. U. B. Uakor X-Nnpton, Mo., state k'iimo andrflsh cdramBloncr, lg dn Leixlngton jtodaytimnlio brought vwlfh lilui Jack Stdhoklnc ttf Wavcrly, who was found Idlllnfcntooimany ducks iln 1. no dhy. 1 StUtefclngta flnp wllb,nir Hunt upvan!iaoM9(0.00 Lexington Intelllfctmcer.M of ill) i i -m m Geo. A. Alexander moved his house liiftd goods from Mnrshall to Joffcr lifu City tho first of tho week whero lif has secured employment. Mrs. frloxandur mul children visited rclu ftVes In this vicinity until Tuesday Hr-foro leaving for their now homo. t4N'clson Record. Geo, W. Wilson has bought tho un dertaking business formerly conduct dill by Q. P. Cunningham. Tho now proprietor will continue tho business III' tho snmo stand and will probably Mid a llnoiof furnltura lalnr.lfc will Piptlmmi to reside on tllo'fnrm; south Dftown for 'tho prosont.i-Ollsml is'owb. '. . 1 . .,. J. V. Nixon has purchased a now Ford car from I'd. Gibson to bo de livered within tho next few days. Ho lias already learned to drlvo one and ItT'linvIng n gnrngo fixed up nnd will J-oon bo ready to hit tho high places. -"Arrow Aock Statesman. hand 110VK siEirr. Tho Ollllsm Conccrbilland met In Kerr's Coliseum, Thursday evening for the first practice of tho senson. With tlio return 'of Howard Loo and Will Dels, two 'of tho old tftandboys, Ihb batd will probably bo better thin I'enr than for many years. Preston 1'nyno, former leader of tho William Jlewoll Unnd, will bo with tho organ isation, and Karl Fowlor nnd Lomnn trooper will ruturn homo from Con tra! Collogo in Juno. l'rof. (lonsor Ulll bo on tho Job In tho usunl inspir ing way. i 1 Ij Offlcors for 1014 woro olectod as follows: Leader, Prof. F. Jeaonser; ('resident, Preston Payno; Trcasuror, Td Dols. ailllam Olobo. r. i .Miii:itH-vofJiiKHMi:ii:it nuptials 'Mr. Martin C. I Alpors and Miss Kdna Mario Voglosmeicr, daughter of KiK and Mrs Jno. W. Voglcsmoler; Wero marrlod at the Lutheran church 111' Swcot Springs, Wednesday, April to, 1914, at'G. o'clock p.m. Hov, C lierntlial, pastor of. tho church, o'fl-JSotcd. "iThcso young people nro woll and favorably known .this community fc)fd tlwsy enter upon m&rrtcd Hfoiun,- flur very favorablo circumstances and ntivo the best wUIicb of tholr many friends who extend to thorn their (')tolccst congratulations. -"They will live on tho AlporH farm a fow miles oast or town. Swoet Spr lugs Horald. PKTHH RI1KKK DEAD. Pctor 8heer,ffl0iy!Hrnldl'dlO(l nt H 6'clook last jilnlit atshlBl homo in cast Slater, of heart disease Mr. Sheer was ono Cjf tho old oh t settlers nf'Sallno county, leaving lived hero for 35 years. Ho wan. born In Hits u'irawas county, Ohio, March 27, 1KU4, Wlillo:yotn boy ho went to A'llams cdunty, III. Thero bo mar ihtd. In 1870 ho -moved to Sallnp chunty, Mo locating two miles ..west iyf'Blntor. Slxteon years ago ho mov e(l"to 8latcr whero hp has r,csIdod un til his domlse. ' It Ho Is survived by his wlfo and flvo children, thrpo sons, P. C. Sheer of Odessa; deorgeSheeiv of -Seettlo, Wash., and Adam flhoor of tills placo The daughters nro' Mrs. Joe Hedges, Norton and Mrs. David Swlckhlmor, Detiver.-fllnter RuBtlor. C. 8. LAFFERTY KILLED. C. S. Jafforty,,brakoman on .local No, 194 was" killed ibout..O yo'Mopk this morning' Ut,iFarbor." ile mim Jtaniitne on the foot board of tho en itlno and tha larch bar 4 In the liable iH-'oke.iitnoc'klrn hlnv undonitho. ik- gflno. 'ine train ran over in uuau and he was killod liistantly, En- Wirioor Robort Wright and Fireman vjtlte. Dutlor woro on tho engine at tho time of the accident. Conductor H .liWlnwatt 4iad4erK,oJthe train rjp TO DATE LENS GRINDING PLANT V. S. Irvln, who has bcou clerking at Thos. Fisher's drug storo In 'Mar shall for tlio last year resigned his position and came homo Thursdny.Ho has bought tlio lllnckwatcr pharmacy mid will involro tho stock of drugs tho first of tho week. Wo nro glud to Imvo 111 m and IiIh family to remain In Jlluckwatcr. lllackwntor Nuws. 0 Tipping Hros. of Marshall linvo two beautiful monuments to ship to Ilun colonuno Xor ithu gravo of Udwnrd Cramar nnd the other for Hiiiuuol Culloy. lllnckwator Novvs. TO PROPERLY CARE FOR THE OPTICAL BUSINESS OF SALINE COUNTY. Wc are fully equipped to scientifically examine your eyes, make up complicated lenses and deliver them to you in a few hours time LENS' GRINDING BENCH equipped with, two fine composition stones for grimling nnd edging,' tlinnioml pointed Lens drill and branch, diamond cutting machine for cultiiiR all size lenses, polishing- and chuck head, operated by electric m'otoh , ' Toric Lenses are TJest To- - cr.f ti li for the Eyes. The above cut illustrates the difference bc twecrt the torioldnditlie oldtsty!6 or flat lens Youtiot perfccLvidion throuih' thc absolute center bfn flntl lens but in lodkinc through the edge's thcreHs more distortion of the obj'cct looked nt. The toric :lcns conforms to the shape of the eye ball, gives perfect vision at any angle you might look through it nnd more comfortable vision. Toric len ses are more expensive than the flat, but cheaper considering the added comfort and -clearness of vision. 1 iiiiiiiii STANDAnU CENTniUKO MACHINn Imperfectly centered lenses are injurious to the eyes. With this cen tering machine it is impossible to grind lenses out of center. We can measure your old lenses or duplicate a broken lens with absolute ac curacy. When you break n lens bring it to us. Our Optical Department is in charge of W. A. Vawtc-r, an Gpicmelritt of ten years experience in Marshall. All eyes scientifically examin ed and satisfaction guaranteed. Our prices are moderate censidcrirg the Services rendered. Mr. Vawter is permanently located and tries to give every patron such satisfaction that they will refer their friends to him. Come and see us. THE KELLEY-A$vTRR JEWELRY CO. WEST SIDE SQUARE MARSHALL, MISSOURI HWHHT HI'RINCS. Miss Hulllvnn of Kaunas City Is In town ns ngcMit for n drug firm sondlug out medicine. Miss Sulllvnu Is meet ing vWlth good succcsh in tho salo of hur goods. I jlrs. :Kdwln Rcnvls spent Monday In Hoiistcmla visiting her grand mother, Mrs. Iounn nnd other rela tives. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. VuiiAnthony hnvo re moved from tholr upnrtment over Mr. T. C Andrews etoro Into tho now houso .recently built by 01 r. C. ill. I'rle on the cast end of his lot on Locust street. Tho high school baso ball team played lot Saturday, a doublo-hoad- or with' Houotonla-tcnm. and Sodalla toam. They wcro beaten by Sedalla. Tho rovivnl seniccs at the Mutho- dlst church, which began lMt .Friday nlght.iai weok uko, 'continue with, in creasing Interest. Rov. Mr. Heslar, tho evangelist, who Is assisting Rev. Mr. Coffman, tho pastor, is an ablo mnn and tho congregations nro largo. Thoro Is a sorvlco ovory morning at ten o'clock and also at night nnd dally prayer moottngH are held oach aftornoon at tlio prlvnto resldcnco of tho members.! Mrs. T. CUNolBon went to St. I.ouIh oti'Tuosday morning' to vlslt licr dau ghter, Mrs. II. h. I'aul. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Kolley loft on Tucsdny afternoon for Kansas City, tvhoro thoy cpnnt soveral days, re turning on Thursday night. i)ii8S ,Aiurt;utjnip uuiiuoy ot tno Christian collpgo at Columbia, spent tho Easter holWayu at .ltpmo .wltli, hor father nnd mothor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wll- llnm Illnkley, , Mr. Marmaduko Harwood spent a part of this weak in Kansas City on a IniBlncBs trip. BL03SKR BROS. OARAOB, Mrs. J. II. Bellamy had u pretty llttlo sowing party on Wednesday af ternoon, when seven or eight or her friends assumblcd to nsslst her In piecing quilts. A renewal of tin old- fashioned fancy work. Mrs. Bellamy mndo tho afternoon n very pluasunt ono,. by hor attrnctlvo entertaining. Hho sorvod oxcellont refreshments nt tho closo of a busy afternoon. A music club lias been organized by thu musical people of our town. They held their first mooting with Mlsn Clem Burkley on Saturday after noon of thla week. Miss Mabel Kvnns Is 111 nt her fath er's homo on Locust ntreot of Inter mittent fover. ' ' Atr. hlwln Androws of tho Stnta Unlvorslty, spout tho Kastor holidays with I1U1 father's family. A new baby nrrlvod last week nt the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Barnds on Locust street. Todny, Saturday, April 18th, Is tho thlrty-sccoud anniversary of tho tor- rlblo cyclono which partially destroy ed Swcot Springs, then Brownsville. Somo ot tho older citizens talk of this tragedy very intornetlngly. Mrs. Mattlo Kvnns on Bridgo ntreot had us her guest several days this wcok,. hor sister, Mrs. Percy Patrick of Ij, WuhhIo, Mo. On Wednesday of this week at tho Lutheran church tho wedding of Mr. Martin Alpors and Mists Kdna Vogels meter, took plnca at ti o'clock In tho nftornoon. iltov. Mr. Bornthal of ficiating. Tho Concordia baseball toam cnnio down on Friday afternoon and playod a game with tho Swcot Springs high school toam In tho Qushor pnsturo. Misses Boso Cnsslo nnd Kllzaboth Kennedy spent Easter Sunday In Sedalla, tho gucsts of friends. MIrs ICnto. Ukor left .on Friday morning for Uughcsvtlle nnd Scdnllu, whero sho will bo tho guest of Mrs. David Bouldln at Hughesvlllo nnd Mrs. Al Prick in Scdaila. Mrs.! J. M, Barks loaves on Thurs dnyof next.wook for Fulton to attend tho Womun's Synodlcnl of tho I'rcs by(orlan cliurch to, which sho: Is a delegate. Mr. Jao Henley was tho guest of friends In Kansas City for tho week end of last week. Mr John Bark of tho County Lino school was In town lust Saturday, tho guest of friends. Tho market hold by tho Ladles Aid of (ho Prctsbytorl&i) church last Sutur day was qulto successful, tho neat Bum of (10.76 bolng rcallzod. A iinw cottage Jsgolug up on tho lot on,' Pino street, whore tho houso was uurnou ibhi iau. Mr, anu Airs. Frank Davis will occupy tho new houso. Tho Boys (juaretlo of tho high school snng at tho Baptist church Easter Sunday morning. Thoy nro John Swlnnoy, Robert Bellamy, J apipa Henley and Clark Evansi Mrs. A. P. Wilson arrived nt homo Saturday morning of ttils week from an extended trip through tho south, alio was first In Florida, then In Birmingham, Alabama for somo mon ths. She visited for noipo time In Jefferson City nnd St. Louis cn-routc for Ilweet Springs. Flush out tho accumulated wnsto nnd pojson.3 of the winter moutlm; Hprlnj: .ljivntlvo nnd Blood Cleainer cleans your ntomach, liver and l:ld iroys of nil impurities. Tnko Dr. King's Now Liru PIII11; nothing bettor for purifying tho blood. Mild, non igrlplug laxnllvo. Cures constipa tion; jnnkes you fool fine. Tnko no other. 2."c, at your druggist. Bucktcn's Arnica Salvo .or All 'Hurts. Adv. JKSTKIt. Mlsu Llzfo VfSBor of SliBuVr'ublglT- borhuod ,v.as visiting her sister Mrs. Charley LowIh a fow days last wcok. Miss Laura .itunermuii was shop ping In Murshall Thursday morning. Wo-nro Kind to hear thut'Mra. Poto Sndowhltu is ablo to bu up. Several of tho neighbors nro get ting ready to plant corn. Rov. Mooro of Columbia preached nt Salem church Sunday morning nnd night. Thero was a largo crowd. Mrs. A. Haynto and daughter, Miss Bcsslo wcro trading In Marshall Thursday evening. Mr. Frank Campbell was out nt his farm Wednesday. A number of tho young folks spent Sunday with Miss Ruby Ami of Clny Center. PROM MILTON ALIHOX. j Sail .lose, Calttorulii, April 10th, 1011. Mr. J. J. Witt, Marshall, 'Mis souri. Dcnr Mr. Wilt: It was with cnnsldornblo regret that I, noted that tho Republican City Commltlco hud failed to hnvo a ticket placed in tho field for tho city elec tion. Party cuccush can only come by continued organization and work nnd If thu ltepubllcnu party expects to win In till-l and IMG they must stop beating tho Democratic adminis tration nnd get together. Tho registration books now closing In California shows that tho Progres siva wave Is now spent on the roast nnd that tho Republican party still cxMtH In n hcnlty condition. . I hopo that tlio County Central Committee will get together nnd ceo that good strong candidates file for the offices to bo filled nt August pri mary. San Josn Is having 11 red hot fight In her city campaign for civic righteousness nnd economical udinln- .itiutlon of public nffalrs. Tho pcoplo want to correct the Im pression that exists that California 1b a ntato of graft ars and that when Abo Itinj went to Snn Qucntln graft wnH killed. . I hope this will find you well and with kindest regards. I remain your friend, MILTON ALISON. weeks Is Improving. J. J. Scott and family of Wooileon nnd (laughter, Mrs. J. ('. Lacy of Batej City were visitors nt Lon Zclg- los Wednesday. Tho high wind of Saturday blew n flue down of Jan. Taylors houso nnd gave the family a' very bad Hcurc. Mr. O. B. Lr.nl ey left Tuesday for St. Lou 1 11 on u business trip. Row's This? filter Oil lliimlr.il Dolljn Ui'Uttnl for inr rjh ..f I'Hiarrli ili.tt rauinil bu curvtl If llalla ImUiiU L'urc. r. J. CIIU.NUY b CO., TlllCOJ, o, Wr. tho uti'lcr.lcuc.l. Int. known P. J, hrutr tar llu lust IA intN. mul U'lpi. litm S until ly linMirukin In nil buklnc.. Iruu'acllwk nil iUijiii hlly Me lu tafrr out aujr bbllvatfuUI Bitdo lij tit. linn. Tukilu, Oiilo. Ilill'a Calirr't Curo li taUn Inlrrnallr. lcllne cllrwlir ill""! IiIikhI and luumua uitair ot tliu ijatnn. Tr.tlninulaU arnt tn-o. l'rkt 73 crnla iht Utllis C4M hj nil llnissliw. TjIo Tl.iU'a I'awllc I'lll tor courtltwlloa.; WALL PAPER SEASON IS HERE, And you can save time, money and freight clwrees by Buying Your Wall t Paper From US! - "' Ifyourun short ydu can get more on a moment's notice and if you have any left we will gladly take back. Prices 2 l-2c and up, Can y ou beef 4ht? J. p. JdtfNscto. Callor Phone 195. I m i i ' i' m i i Check Your ApiTi Cuiifeh Thnwlng frost and April rains chill you to tho vciy ruarrow, you catch cold Head nnd lungs stuffed You nrn fovcrlth Cough contlnunllr nnd feel mliornblo- -You need Dr. King's Now Discover:'. Tt soothes Inflamed end Irritated throat and lungs, stops Clinch, vnur lionit rlnnrM nti. fnvnr 'loaves, nnd you feel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Sllckuoy Corner, Me., "Was cured of n dreadful cough nftor doc ttor's treatment and nil other remed ies failed. Relief or money back. Pleasant Children llko 1!. Got a bottle today. COc and $1.00, at your druggist. Bucktcn's Arnica Salvo for all sores. Adv. FltKCKLKS Now Httcngthcns Weak una Tired Women "I was unafci- u great Btraln nursing n relative through three months' sick- neas.'i writes Mrs. J. C. Van Do Snn do, of Klrkland, III., and "Eloctrlc Hitters kept mo from breaking down. I will novcr bo without It." Do you feel timed and worn out? No appo tltu and food won't digest? It isn't tho spring weather, You need Elec tric (lltors. Start a month's treat ment today; nothing better for stom ach, liver and kidneys. Tho great spring tonic. Relief or money back. l0c and $1.00, nt your druggist. Adv. Is Hie Time to (let Rid of TIicko I'gly .Spots. There's no longer the slightest need ot feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription othlnc double strength Is guaranteed to remove those homely spots. Simply get an ounco of othlnc doublo strength from nny druggist end apply a llttlo of tt night nnd morning nnd you should soon see that even the worst freckles hnvo begun to disappear, while the lighter ones haVo vanished entirely. It In soldom that more than r.n ounce Is needed to com pletely clear tho skin nnd gain a beautiful clear complexion. Bo Hiiro to ask for tho doublo str ength othlnc ns this Is sold under RunrnnUn of money bnck If It falls (o remove freckles. (-1-24 C-1C) NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby slven to nil credi tors and others Interested In the estnto of Liopold Morltz, deceased, that we, Mary p. -Morltz and John B. Morltz, Executors of said estate, In tend to make Final Settlement thoro- or nt tho next term of tho Probutc Court of Saline County, Missouri, to ha holden nt thu Court House in unld County on tho first Monday of June, IU1 I. MARY P. MOUITZ, JOHN B. MOKITZ. Exrs. First Insertion, April 21, I9H. Fifth insertion. May 22, 10 H. BLUE LICK. Mrs. O. B. Thomas closed u very successful eight months school I rl Marvin iJolgle, who has been nt- tending school at Bates City has re turned home. Miss Mattlo Dennis Is clerking In tho Broken Dollar Storo ut Marshall. Miss Minnie Wlugfleld is visiting relatives In Marshall at this writing. Mrs. Rob. (llvnn and llttlo daugh ter, IxmiIbo of tlllllain, nro vUltlng nor pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Jus Lakln. Mm. Oscar Maytn and little sons of Okhti, arrived Inst week for u visit t,o her mother, Mrs, Bu,l Thomas, who has been Ulto sick tho past sevurul CHICHESTER S PILLS a m 1 I).., inlfl lih LUia'kwS.a, V . 1 lo n. oiktr. n ,r...F V I J. Praifl.i. A.kll'llVl'IfVr-TeB'al I I fi'ot your wall paper nt II. SPANfJ LEES bcfiira tho rush. itf ) EXECUTORS NOTICE. t .Notice Is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on tho estato of A. 1L Mclloberts, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, on the ISth day or April, 10U, by.tho Probatw Court ot Snllno County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estato are required to exhibit them to mo for allowance,1 within six months niter tho ditto of sold letters, or thoy may bo precluded from any benefit of such estato; nnd If such claims bo not exhibited within ono yoar from tho date of tho last Inser tion or tho publication of this notlco they shall be rorovcr barred. FRANK M. McROBERTS, Exr. First Insertion. April 24, 1014. Fourth insertion. May 15, 1914. jn-H-M i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : r r-i-H-H-r-Hi'i i minimi m ANNOUNCEMENT In the stud season of 1914, 1 will have I mc line iruiung-Drea scaiiion, king McGregor, known as the C. C. Ruff horse. 1 also have a fine 3-year-old black jack, t whicri will make the season at my barn with i K.ingr McGregor. I will be pleased to have my friends call and see this stock at any time. King McGregor will stand at $12.50 to I insure living colt, and Black Prince at $10 :: to insure living' colt. 1 ' " 1 r' Pedigree in full can be seen at my barn f at any time. '. HARVEY EDWARDS. r-H4HhH-H-H 4 11 1 I Q I Vl'l U HI 1 1' I H I 1 1 1 1 I 11 1-1-1-H-f us E S Mm Mmg FLOUR nnd tlieiUiBri brWMrmaiifwas vnu iteiit. Slater Rustlor. -": 1