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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MHjlgURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1911.
LOGAN TILMAN MAUPIN died
at tlio homo of his daughter, Mrs.
Sam Fulkorson, at Elmwood Thura
day, August 3d, aftor a soveral
years illness. Ho was born In Al
bemarlo, W. Va., In Decomber 1810,
and catno to Saline with his par
ents as a boy. Ho was married in
18G3 to Miss Susan E. Mcmbry and
flvo dlilldron survive tl!is union
Mombry Maupln, Kansas Clty;Mrs.
Sam Pulkorson; Oram Maupln, of
Blackburn; Mrs. Claudo Porter, of
Wobb Ctty; Goorgo Maupln, Kan
Tho first wlfo died in 1892. In
1880 iho was marriod to Mrs. Lu
dnda Vaughn, who died In 1002.
No children were born to this
Mr. Maupln Is also survived by
threo brothers and two sisters
Win, J. Maupln, Klmberly, Minn.,
It. M. Maupln, of Armlngton, III.;
John P., of Columbia, Mrs. John
A Greenlee, of Marshall and Mrs.
James Blnlr of Wichita, Kas.
Mr. Maupln was a kind and very
pleasant gentleman although frail
In body. Ho possessed many gdod
traits which mado him friends and
admired by all. Ills children min
istered faltilifully to his wants in
hU declining years.
Funeral services were conducted
at Sam Fulkorson's Friday by Row
W. R. Yokoly aftor which the re
mains were laid to their final rest
ing place In tho Salt Springs ccmo
tory. VIOLA VERNA HOTZ, Infant
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. E. notz
died on August 4th, 1011. She was
born September 2nd, 1010. And
no sweeter or more lovely child
ever gladdened a home than dear
Viola. She wns sick with fever
four weeks. All that medical aid
attention day and night by the
devoted nurso, Miss Putsch, of Mar
shall; and tho unalloyed affection
and tenderness of tho loving par
ents was ministered to her, yet
Ood wanted her in "His Ktndom
nnd tho Jewel so precious to her
door parents hero was claimed
for nis crown. "Blessed aro tho
pnrnots who have contributed to
tho Celcstlnl Crown."
How sho Is with swoct Myrtle,
her sister, who preceded hor to
the Pearly nome four weeks ago.
Angels who are up there and
beckoning hands thoy say: "Papa,
mamma, sister Lllltc, grnnd,4parr
ever open in tho hearts of tho par
ents and they feel tho spiritual
presence of tho little ones.
Tho funeral services were con
ducted at tho Christian church,
Suunday afternoon by Rev. IW.
Llmpcr, their pastor and baby
Viola's uncle and Rev. Loula Sued
moyer, of nerman, Mo. Four
young girls In whlto carrlod the
snow whlto casket laden with
beautiful floral offerings. She was
buried in the Blackburn cemetery.
When death comes in our homes
and claims a loved one and their
departure causes our hearts to fill
with sorrow wo ask why? Why
are our fondest hopes blighted?
But from the silent tomb, there
comes no answer. Yot God's
spirit jn" union with our spirits
and the love of God in our hearts
and tho precious Bible, nil com
bined to tell us that God knows
best, that our dear onoB are Bafe,
that tey aro only gone before,
that Bomei sweet day, God will re
veal to us "IWhy."' Yes, some
sweet, day they will all meet up
there, for these bright angelic
spirits are golden links to bind
from earth to neaven. A. E. R.
nnfl nil. nnmn fills wnv.tt'
1- i .1
Worth .Texas, nor parents form
erly pt Malta Bend, but moved
away several years ago. They
have tho sympathy of many
friends in tho loss of tholr dear
HENRY OERDING died ln'Swcct
Springs, Thursday, August 2d,ns
tho result of a paralytic stroke
two days before. Ho was born In
Germany, Oct. 2d, 1835, and came
to America In 1807 and has lived
In Saline county since, ne wns
married to tho surviving widow
In 1860. Two of their four chil
dren survive John nnd Lpo, both
of Sweet Springs. Ho wns n life
long member of tho Luthcrinn
church and lived a consistent
Christian life. Funeral services
were held at tho homo Saturday
conducted by Rev. C. Bernthnl nnd
burial in Falrvlew.
GEORGE DUTTON died nt his
homo near Cretchcr Monday, July
31st, aftor n sovoral weeks Illness,
ngod 00 years. After services con
ducted by Row S. II. Carter nt the
residence- at 11 a. m. Tuesday the
remains were laid to rest In An
RANDOLPH SIMS, one of Sa
line's old and highly respected
farmers, died nt his home nenr
Cretchcr Mondny nt tho ago of
85 years. Wo failed to lenm particulars.
Aged Pastor Dies
Elder William Fcathcrstone
Moberly, nn undo of J. T. Fonth
crstone of this city, diod nt Mo
berly Saturday at tho ago of 88
years, no was ono of tho best
known and most prominent pas
tors of the Christian Church In
this state. Ho was tho youngest
In a family of eight boys, only one
of whom now survives Martin
Fcntherstone of Moberly, father of
J. T. Fcntherstono of this city.
Card of Thanks
The undersigned wish through
these means to express their cor-
uiai monies 10 nil our neighbors,
friends and nil others that have
In any way through their kind
ness, help and sympathy assisted
us during tho Illness nnd death
of our beloved llttlo Viola. Also
many thanks for tho floral offer
ings contributed nt the burial.
Ernst notz and family.
The First Sale
rieat interest contored on tho
Wm. Schcpper'j salo at Falrvllle
Tuesday as it was tho first big
oalo for somo tlmo and also the
first since tho market became un
settled In some lines. Therefore
it was notod with a lot of satis4
faction by thoso present that the
prices were good on tho property
Hay sold for $13 to 15 a ton.
Corn from 62 to 70c a bushel. Cat
tlo horses and mules brought a
much better price than was pre
dicted by many present Mr.
Scheppers expressed himself well
pleased. Chas. Brown will reside
on the place noxt year.
Conductor H. C. Diffenbacher, of
Slater was brought to Marshall
tost week, declared Insane by tho
county court and sont to Nevada.
Mr. Dlffenbacher's many friends
will bo aorry to loarn of 'his pre
dicament, nis mind iliad been
weak several times tho past year.
MRS. SAM PYLE, neo Addle
Wlngflold, died at the home of
her brothor-llnHaw, Wra. Majors,
one mile nprtheast of Longwood,
Saturday morning, August 5th,
aged about 5 years. Mr, and Mrs,
Fyle had resided in Oklahoma and
returned three weeks ago. Mrs,
Pylo underwent an operation for
cancer a week ago which failed to
save her life. P. M. Walker) our
undertaker, went down to look
alter the burial.- Services .were
;wi ijongwooa, Mtodtst
bH u the iLong WMd watery.
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Uncalled for Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the
Marshall, Mo., post office Aug.
0th, 1911. If not called for In 15
days will be sent to tho dead let
ter office at Washington, D. C.
Ladies Miss Mary Taylor, Mrs
Gentlemen Leonard Alexander,
J. A. Brynes, Frank F. Furman,
C. M. McCabe, K. M, Martyr, Rev.
Pcro, Sebllles, W. T, Walker.
L. IW. YANDYKB, P. M.
A Fine Showing
Tho following list of visitors at
McAllister Springs laM weotd who
stayed a day or more shows that
place to bo coming to tho front
Miss Leela Luther, Denver, Colo. ;
Miss Mary Luther, Denver, Colo.;
J. P. Johnston, Marshall; MIssBus
hear, Kansas City, Mo.,; Frank n.
Dugglns, Marshall God. W. Frank
lin, Scdalla; Guy Thomas, Scdalla;
Chas. Manhotcr, Scdalla; Tom
Horry, Soda'.ln ; C. W. Folwcr, wife
and child, Scdalla; Grant Craw
ford, wife and child, Scdalla; G.
W. Wheoler, Marsalhl; G. R. Mortis
Houstonia;W. II. Ferguson, Hous
stonta; William Aull, Jr., Lcxlng
tm; Lloyd E. Peecher, Marshall;
Mrs. P. L. Peak, Blackburn, Mrs.
R. Callaway, Blackburn ; J. T. Ful
kerson, Mt. Leonard ; HirVc E. Ter
ry and wife, Sedalln;W. G. Lynch?
Soda'.ln; D. E. Kennedy, Scdalla;
Miss WInntfred Polndcxtcr, Kansas
City; Miss Darolhy Slmrall, Sweet
Springs; Mlsa NV.l Smith, Swejt
Springs; W. F. Hcdgcr, Sweet
Springs; Frank Howe, Lexington i
Will Brunkliorst, SodaUa; C. B
Shepard, Hughesvlllc; C. E. Mosj
serly and wlfo; Scdalla; Hllnr
Hughes, Scdalla; (12. tT. Bchrens,
Scdalla; L. R. Rodmond, wife 'ami
child, Scdalla; R. E. Sellers nmi
wife, Stnlalla; Miss Cora King, L
Monte; Miss Viol Kemp, La Mon'
The Road Boosters
Tho following delegation went
down to Jefferson City Tuesday
evening to alton l the meeting of
The Electric Railroad
This offico is An receipt of a pri
vate letter from President D. C.
iNevIr.h, of tho St. Louis-Kansas
he State Highway CommisEionand city Electric Railway, In which he
to booat the Cc . -ra rauto. glvM . considerable amount of
P. D. CamnbcJ, L.M.Stcclc, J. A.informaiio,. conccrnln? hn mn.l.
Jonca, G. .. Newton, E. II. Mitch
ell, P. .U Walla, J. E. McAmis,
W. W. Hains, Goj. J. Halns, Jno.
G. Miller, .J N. Hei. ., Joshua
Harbee, L. D. Murrell, J. V. Rose,
C. G. Proctor, G. A. Rau..ri, A.
information concerning tho road.
Mr. Icvtns expresses hlmsolf as
being entirely satisfied with the
arrangements as now made, and
expects t"j lhavc them fully carried
out in tho near future. Since his
ecent trip to Paris he even feels
Darlinc. C. L. Itawnrd. P. W I , llTII" i, . . . ,uc
i t i t, i 7 .. conuaeni, u sucn a tning Ls
':.yo0l Wn'U' ' .A.'t-" "tlWo, that the French Bankers
SiwS. 1 K ' Vl out 'rproposuo
SLn,,1'' J,.nr5,cUu.! Utoo, C-c minutest detail Mr. Novins
7 -. jwtiiuuijfii, ,u vnnuyKe, r.
GPBarnhill, B. J. Rector anil Oeo.
.Ollllam-C. H. O. Leimbrock and
U. H. Land
fi i: tho nMiiranco that tho facts
as they now exist nre entirely satfs
factory and assures the building
of the road. Ho will myl venture a
il itn m tn ti-t.in .t. ...til
, t,'r w, wu," 'S.:,. Vir"'lm.enct'' ns n failure to do so In.
. ,.. . um.am, a. r. , March, as ho intonill. n-,,
Mead, R. L. Haines, O. Hupp,
NOW OPEN, THE NEW
three miles north of Hous
Great flowing Sulphur and
Salt Springs. Modern con.
crete bath house and swim,
miner pool. The largest pri.
vate electric light and water
power plant in the country.
Everything modern and first
c ass. Dancing, Dilliards,
Pool and Fishing. .UfJOp
Kites X pur day or 512 per week
Chas. Edgar, J B ., Land, Elmer
Holt and Jno. T. Rhondcs.
Tho delegation hnd sleepers nnd
ipciit the night on the enrs getting
up fii wnai scemel mid-night to
some of our late risers, nnd by six
a. rn. tlhey had formed in battle
array and marched in -a solid
column, with banners floating, to
Real Estate Transfers.
nr. .1 - t .a
murciiy ns no lnicnuju, caiHod n
Krcat deal of trouble nnd comment.
letter, the electric road Is verv i , ?n L
much aUvc, and a proportion that Jf 3 ,V t ?. B
will meet Its ultimate succe3s be- aiah,a,1l -7 - "
forotho summer passe-.-New Flor 1 IIoffman to Frnn-
enco Leader. I CM Graham lots 0, 7, 0
K 10 Hoffman St Babcooks
add Sweet Springs
ft t) S'lumnK tn A M ttil.w. a
ton i. est. former v with Iho 1-4 aeros l.'Usn.Qi
New Department Store
waking him up and getting a fowNow York Kncket, but of late a Jas A Gordon trustee to Eliza
remnrus vney went on to Mr. Dall-1 " "" iteno, uuiaiioma, mcui j uruce lot 11 block 21
P. L. Wade, La Monte; J. Bjmeycr's residence nnd woko him Saturday bought out L H. Jack
Wheeler. LaMonter W. B. Hin.R.'ip They enjoyed this very much . Bon " Block " o west sldo of
Marshall; Ben Striker, Marshall rtlil tihey rcallzoi that thoy were 1 1,10 nnre and took charge
R, H. pugglns, Marsluill 5 Mrs. Hu tired and hungry and wo arc told
M. Turner, Chanute, Kansas; G.NMt was ono of tho weariest crowds
Boutcll and wife, Scdalla; Mrs. I!.'
G. Miller, Scdalla; C. II. Walch, Sc
dalla; Jno. T. Bnxtcr, Scdalla; F.
C. Hendry, Scdalla; J. N. Harper,
Butler; J. W. Rymor, Scdalla; W.
II. Powell, wife and child, 8cdalia;
.J II. Cander, wlfo and child, Sul
phur Springs, Ark.; iR .J. Ray
once. Ho will put ,on a special
salo today to last till Autrust 10th
that cer struck the old town bo-innd thcn B on to New York City John Holston to Charles K.
fore relief camo. 10 m' ln "lock of goods for a Smith section 50-23 ami 35-
Collego add Marshall 150
Annie M Orear, ct al to Ella
ft Anna Booth lot 0 block 1
Breathe. t St Sebre add Mar
Tjhc icasion was begun Wednes
day nurning in the Jefferson City
Theat-e, Gov. Hadley presiding, U.
8. Hall was tho first speaker, rep-
J resenting the Central route.
Ho was followod by J. II. Both-
burn nnd wife, of San Francisco, WH nd M. V. Carroll for tlho
Cal.; C. .J O'narnott and wife, of Southern route, and .J F. Morton
J. P. Huston, who whtl his fam
ily, -biking avaoattonAia t
,BtM Xifk, Colo,, jhd h uniMual
fflfey P?!i ' of UUg
mo,Kto ifey .ttffrd o
. iz&". '. a
Buildinr the Capitol
The actual bulling of tho capltol
will be dono by a commission to
bf known as tho '"state capltol
ccminUilon b'5ftP,,T3iar boartf'
(s to be comprised of four members
two Democrats and two Republi
cans Thoy are to bo choson by
tho governor, tho attorney general,
tho secretary of stato, tho atato
treasurer and tho stato auditor,
It will tako four votes to select itho
commissioners, bo that tho state
officers must bo almost unanimous
in their choice. Ono of tho com
missioners must be an experienced
builder 'of high standing it such a
man is obtainable Every com
missioner la to draw (20 a day for
every day ho is on duty, but no
one can be paid for more than ton
days in ono month
Thc'first duty of the commission
will bo tho selection of a plan for
the building. Competition be
tween architects Is provided, and
tho board is to oJer suitable prem
iums and adverctiso tho compe
tition and furnish architects who
apply for them printed schedules
of tho requirements No plan can
be adopted that is not complete in
very detail of construction Also
it must . bo ascertained definitely
that by following It a building can
be erected within tho 3 million
dollars appropriated for tho pur-
poso The contracts tor tho build
ing must be let to tho lowest nnd
best bidder after advertising and
receiving sealed proposals The
building must bo of modorn fire
Tho section relating to tho ma
terlal to be used says : "All mater
ials contracted for shall bo of the
beet quality and tho building shall
be constructed with native Mis-
souri granite and stone, and pref
erence ehall bo given to other Mis
souri material and to Missouri la
bor where the same of a suitable
character can bo obtained at reas
onable market prices "
It is estimated that four years
will bo required to finish, the bull
ding, but tfoat the building can bo
put in shape to house the stato
officers and the. legislature in Jan
and Judge Robinson for tho North
ern route. The last speech was by
Walter Williams for tho Central
I The Northern route had but
iow present and thoy made a tamo
Jight and soon admitted them
At fl tho boosters returned homo
loaVinjr Ed. n. Mitchell and P. D.
Campbell to watch our Interests
In tho hearing which was still un
der wiy. They reported on their
return Thursdny that it loofyd;
rather bluo for tho Central routo
but Uiat wo still have a fair show.
Tho ro'ito has beon located from
St., Louis to Now Floronco and tho
rest of tho distance is still under
99 Years Old
Through' the ttioughtfulness of
her pastor and the members of
the MVS. Chare Setith, Mrs. Anna
C. 8ekmen, rho mM with her
oa, Jehn.iW. Soloim South
MagUah ft. wai made aaspy on
Iwr Mtk Urtkiay awiivsrt ary' yes
Urday; KAgs HV IUy, Varls
iHK:?a saert swtIm- m4;
ipH' maay. tfeftwa. who,
Cross-State Road Meeting
Tho executive committee of the
Central Routo of tho proposed
CroBB-SUtc Highway met at the
Ruff Tuesday to canvuss tho situ
ation. Representatives were hero
from Malta Band, Lexington, Glas
gow, Marshall, Boonvllle, Colum
bia and other points, non E. W.
Stephens of Columbia presided.
State Highway Engineer Hill
said he expected a decision on lo
cating the route next week and
that the board would probably
favor the centrnl route It it could
bo put in proper condition. The
only drawback to the Central routo
is tho Glasgow bottoms road and
tho river crossing and nlso the
roads about Rockeport.
Petltiops, will be presented if
notjalroady presented to thocoun
ty court for special eight-mile
road district elections, ono district
at Malta Bend, ono at Marshall,
ono (at Slater and ono at Gilliam.
Prospects nro 'lot all will carry,
as they aro so drawn that tho
heavy cost will not fall on tho
farmers, although they will bo
groat beneflclarleB. When theelec
tlon Is called a concise states
ment Is promised the public thru
The first ojbstaclo to bo met Is
the bqttora iroad through West
Glasgow bottoms. This, we are
told, will cobt from five to six
thousand dollars and the money
will be xalsect by public subscrip
tions. This work should be guar
anteed at pite
We. lalwsl tb tret all the nfttnes
lit tiefmiayMvlsltors present at
Herade Cfcain M. W. A. No. SMI
xfUi.glv.' U '4h annut.1 picnic on
Wml, Atut M ti tilth, ln Ned Hera-
AapM(iN. I TlM. Marshall coa-
209 in all
Tfl acres 3-51-33
J department store. The stock wilt
Incluudo drv troniln. nhnni. initni
nnd gents' furnishings, hardware, W R Bruce to Georgia Bruce
notions, etc. We wish him success, lot 11 block 21 collego odd ...
U H. Jackson started the busl- Lllllo C Adams, et al to MatJ
ness ncrc last December and has
made many friends while among
us. He will go on the road ns a
traveling snlcsman for the Monnlg
Davis 120 acres 18-
John Brown, col., Slater
Bcsslo Ncff, col., Slater
Oscar A.- Thlerfelderf ailllam u
Allidn Noll, Glasgow.
Wm. Brooks, Miami
Clcora Carter, Miami
Jewell Netherton, Gilliam
Richard Huff, Slator
John Phillips, col. Marshall
Maude Suthcrlln, col., Marshall
Arthur Mnyse, Sweet Springs
Ethel McKlnney, Sweet Springs
lidwarcl A. Clawson, Adrian
Dixie E. Corder, Blackburn
John R. Potts, Lexington
Mrs. Jennlo Payne, Malta Bend.
Locy nurlburt, AVnvcrly
Caroline Harrington, Wnvcrly.
OUle M Davis ot al to LIUU;
C Adams 100 acres 10-49-20
Lllllo C Adams ct al to Olllc
M Davis 120 acres 18-49-20
F C Barnhlll to W F Vawtcr
lot 9 block 4 Hudsons addi
W F Vawtor to F C Barnhill
lot 9S E. Marshall
n B Briatow to Jno V Bur
roughs part lot 1 blocks 1 nud
non add Marshall
Miss Lllllo Brown very pleas
antly entertained nt her home, 4
1-tt miles northeast of town about
45 young folks on Wednesday even South, will meet with tho
The Cumberland Presbyterian la
dles will servo dinner In the Mar
shall building tomorrow.
Tho Gorman Evangelical Sunday
School ot Blackburn gavo a pic
nic at Melnershagen's grove south
of thero yesterday.
The Shlloh-Salem tent meeting
is now In progress at Salem nnd
much Interest is manifested. Thoy
have plenty of good music. Come
The Southwest Missouri District
Conference of tho M, E. Church,
ing, August 2nd, by giving a shall congregation on Sept. 13 to
social hop In honor ot Misses Ber- 19. Bishop Collins Denny, of
tha and Mnthllda Vogland, broth- Richmond, Va., will preside. About
er Joe, and friend, Miss Elconore 300 visitors arc expected,
naltt of Kansas City. All depart- Tho Baptist Sunday School had
cd at a very late hour afterhav- its picnic at Wilton Spring Tuues
Ing expressed themselves ns hav- day and Mt. Olive and Memorial
Ing had a fine time. Pre8 church had theirs yesterday.
Christian Science subject for
Sunday, 11 a. m. 'Soul."
Got a Pounding
Row Z. T. Orr, who recently mov
cd frrom hero to Versailles, Mo., Amnno- th Sirlf
writes to have his paper changed Among the 5lCk
to that pluce. no sont us a copy R' D Durchard, formerly ot this
of the local paper giving an ac- dtyi haa boon vory slck at Dos
count of a pound party tendered Moines, Iowa, but is better,
them by their congregation. Since John W. Fray, who was run over
taking charge tn April the church b' n lot of horses nenr Longwood,
has had fourteen additions and last weck u suffering from con
Mr. Orr Is pleased with his work1 cusslon ot the bruin and doing
and people, no nlso serves Bethel poorly.
Presbyterlun church near Boon- Mrs S. Southworth Is on tho sick
ville. We wish them n continua
tion ot tho success ho and his
goMl wife so richly desorve.
iirt this week and confined to her
Jack Duvall is still confined to
( his bed and his daughter, Mlsa
Died of Hyprophobia ,' Bessie Is about the Bamc.
Sylvester Dllley, ot near Miami, I City Marshall, Ed Maddox's baby
lost a two-year-old more Monday 1 very sick,
by hydrophobia. The mare was Mrs. T. T. Cobb Is critically 111
bitten by his own dog 43 days at her homo on South Lafayette
ago. The dog had gone mad. wo regret to say.
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Missouri Valley College SS
Collcf e, Music Conservatory, Academy
Co-e4ucatloHI. Four wodera bulldiags; modera laboratsr le: 11
hrary: museum; beawtlful athletic grounds; forty acres la m;
ailhulMugihMt4fMm oahatlag ptaat; Ughte4 by tority;
UmUnw high; taatioa Umli UarshaU tad iallM Cwiaty art "ry";
most hMitifataai rosiKaa slty; oat at, I, 1M1. wH fejr
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