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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, UmoURl, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912.
ALONZO D. AL3PACH died nt
the state hospital nt Nevada on
Sunday, July 14th, nt the, ngo of
70 years. Ho died of nn nttack of
His remains were brought to Mar
shall Monday and token In charge
by Undertaker Wnlkor and from
here sent to Bethlehem Christian
church where eervlccs were held
at 9 a. m. Tuesday.
He la survived by the wife nnd
following children, Robert, Willie,
and Allle, nt homo; Mrs. J. H.
Brayman, of Marshall. M-. Als
pach was sont from here ten years
ago and was a good citizen.
from our high school In 1901.
Funeral services were held at
the church at 3 p. m. Tuesday by
Rev. A. R. Paris nftor which the
remains were laid to rest In Ridge
She Hi survived by her parents,
the sister mentioned and another
slstor. Miss Mamie, who have the
community's heartfelt sympathy.
Not For Third Party
Tho Kansas City Star Wednes
day evening quoted tho editor of
this paper as favoring a third par
!ty the Progressives. , A reporter
for the Star called on us Tuesday
and wo stated to him that the pa
per would .not support Mr. Taft
but would present the facts nnd
leave our readers uso their best
Judgement ns to whom they would
Bill Sure to Past
Sattflfj'ctofy legislation for lm-
prbvement work on the Missouri
river ('certain to pass congress at
the present session, E. M. Clendcn
ing, secretary of the Commercial
Club, Relieves. Mr. Clondenlng re
turned yesterday from Washington'
where he hnd spent two weeks
lobbying for the river budget.
When tho bill reached a .confer
nco commlttco some weeks ago
an effort was made to add an
amendment, which was objection
able to those promoting the Inter
ests of tho Missouri. Thii amend-
votc for. Wo will support tho rest
SAUNDERS, nf the Rcnubllcan ticket. Sentl-
wns bouin October 15, 1801, dlcdmont in Saline is as strongly
July 8, 1912, aged 60 years, 7, against Mr. Taft as ever, except
months 23 days. 8ho proteased a. that many of our people wl)l vote
hope in Christ at tho agcoi I7..f0r him because of him being the ment .sought to levy taxes for im
She Joined the M. E. Church and.n0mlneo, but stilt more rcfuso toj yrovements upon the territory Im-
auerwaru sno wamoa uj oo wunjvotc for him and as a result Mr.
her mother In church sho then Join Wilson will got many Republican
ed tho A. M. E. Church and has votes. Republicans should rom
cvor lived n consistent Christian f embor that Wilson represents trie
Sho was the mother of seven ch'l- "tariff rippers'' and that sooner
drcn, three of which preceded her, tlum voto for him they should
JACOB MADDOX, father ol Km. to tho grcat beyond. Sho loaves' vote fot Mr. Roosevelt or tho "llt-
.T v.. llnrrls of this city, died at
his home In Callaway county Bun
day, and tho Qlobc-Dcmocrat be
sides giving his picturo had this
to siy Monday: "Jacob Mnddoxv87
years old, father of the mule In
dustry In Callawny County, ac
knowledge! to bo ono of the big
gest mule centers' In the West,
died yesterday on his farm, two
miles cast of McCrcdlc, nfter a scv
oral months' Illness. Doith was due
to tho Infirmities of old ngc.
Mr. Maddox was born In Ken
tucky nnd came to Missouri when
5 vears old, no was tho son of
to mourn her loss a "husband, and j tic fishes in the brook". In this
mother, four children, a Bister and way thoy can keep a clean breast
four brothers nnd seven slstcr-ln- nd get to work In earnest for tho
law, two brothcis-ln-liw. Che has p-rty when tho bosses resl:o their
often said to the family thnt the! mistakes. If the Progressives
blessed Master would soon call make It possible to vote for Col.
for her nnd that sho was .ready . iiooscvclt nnd tho rest of thntlrk
nnd willing to obey Ills summons.
Whilst its our toss It is. heavens
ct straight Republican, It would
probably moan that ho would be
gain, so it wo live as sister Saun- elected.
dors we will meet her on the banks Thc mnln th for Snl,no coun
of sweet deliverance where part-ty Republicans to remember is
Ing shall bo no more. tJmt thcy havo no f ht nm
Her place 1 vacant nt her home .themselves nnd thnt "united wc
nnd in hor church wo shall miss .tnnti dividod wo fail." wh
fhor. I tho nmlorltv w.intu n Milnw M
the "Kingdom" in 1831, nnu in nis . -rco 1 ....
dnJ n ? 2n I whfirc ln aU th0 brlht rever tor or proprietor.
of tho Blue Grass State. J BOrrow ne'er shall press tho Soul."
mbuuox B,cl1 , . " .; Why do wo mourn tor dopartod
ago, when ho established the-$100 , d Qr fc k t death's alarm,
,y - - -tis but tho voice or Jesus to call
dealt extensively In big mules and; thcm o ha
fattencu thorn lor mo oi. uoum
In Auto Accident
Surviving him are . two ions,
Sherwood nnd Irvine Maddox, both
live ttoik d-. akrs and three d ugh
tors, Mrs. R. R. Bucknor, Auxvassc,
Mo.. Mrs. J. E. Harris, Marshall,
Mo., nnd Mrs. Thomas Hunter, San
Dr. nnd Mrs. Harris were at Mr.
"Maddox bedsido the ..past week.
MOSS LONO SMITH died at
Pittsburg, Kansas, last Sunday at
tho ago of 42 years, nis body was
aont to Slater nnd tnkon In charge
"by undortakors mil Bros. & Koch.
Besides his mother, ho Is survived
by o,no brother at Slitor, Louis
Smith, and sovoral In Knnsas. Fu-
jiurnl services were held nt tho
Some of our Snllno county people
of nenr Miami hnd a thrilling ex
perience nenr Emerson, Iown, re
cently when their nuto ran off n
WARREN CALDWELL. On Frl- Urlu8 nnu maUo nUlvo of twenty
dnv mornlncr. July 8. 1012. death nn mm below.
entered the, homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.1 Tho party consisted of Harold
J. W. Caldwell and took from them' Peterson, Misses Dollle, Gladys
tho oldest of their seven children,! nHd iaa Irwln- They wcro out
Warron, ago 13 yearn, 11 months on plennuro rldo nnd were n
and 22 davs. His illness was lontr bout bIx miles from their homo
and from thc bcirlnnlnir It sccjned whoro thoy moved from hre.
that death had come toinko this Tho machine became unmanngc-
noble life nwny. All that lovinirblo whllo crossing Indian creek
hands could do was not enough to. and ,nto tho railing, carrying
... . ... . I. I ffH T 1 1 1 .. ......
stay nm nanu, ana tno iuo so lull 11 k. vumv who wan on
of youth, and promise slowly, but. tho front seat with Mr. Peterson,
gontly went out. His eyelids for- 10,1 c,oar 011 1110 nu' ut tho oth
ovor closed to this world, Lut open- er wcro pinned In tho mud un
ed to behold the dawn of n more der the cnr. Fortunately all were.
Warren was n good boy nnd lov-
homo of his mothof, Mrs. Armcdln cd by nil who knew him. Ho auf
Smltlu In Wost Slntor Tucsdny by
Rev. Tolbert. no was n rnllrond
or ntnd had boon away from Sla
ter many years.
ALDRIDOE CORDER, brothorof
J. P. Corder of this city, died at
his home In Wayerly at 3 a. m.
Iast8unday, ago 85 years. Ho Jiad
lieen Buffering ot heart troublo for
aome tl'm? and Just before he died
called to his wlfq for more cover
mylng ho was cold.
Funeral services wcro conun'teu
fored untold misery but when tho
end came ho passed away quietly.
Before ho died he told his loved
ones ho was going.
Let us all live to meet him in
that beautiful city, Christ said, ho
was golngj 16 prepare for us. He
cannot como to uo, but wo can
go to him, we have loved him but
angels loved him best, nnd they
have sweetly taken him through
heaven's golden gates.
Funeral services wcro conducted
at tho homo July Uth, at 10 a. m.,
by Rev. T. H. Boulworo, among
a largo number ol sorrowing re-
nt the ra'do-no at 11 a. m. MoiW
day by Rev l.tlve? and friends, the 18th. chap.
E. Church. Fo'ith. Ou te a number. ... waa . . ...
from Marshall nnd Saline attendodp" JT.nTh"
rcctlon, immediately after the
funeral thn romulnsf wore taken to
T.. H. KELLY diod at hla homOa,,i,nu ....i.,.. i mltno
six miles north of Miami, Mo., t. Marshall.
8 o'clock p. m., aunaay, juiy in, 0bed NobiCf ciaronco Boulware,
following a long pcr'od ot Butfcr-j 0ran Marksbury, Ferdinand Ha
Ing from cancer ot tho face. HOborman, Noblo nammer nnd Bteve
was forty-slxr years old, Inalloway, all schoolmalos of War-
no left a wife, who was Miss, p0JJi woro pall bonrors ana thero
Ocio. Burnaldo, daughter of Ale?tf Jfl maM(J- or BW00t flowers laid
Burnstde. Thoy lived for ash'rUto to ya,t tho r0surrectibn
time aitr meir roiwriHso y mornng the remains ot the bright
Randolph, lowa, Dut wim ifiv
coming of Mr.. Kelly's at 1 ct'on
thoy roturned to Saline county a
vear asto last May.'
Funeral services were conau?teu
quickly rescued without serious in
Juries, but thcy wore n wonderful
sight. Thc car wnH damaged n-
bout $250. .The party wan soon In
iresn cioincs nnu laughing over
tho incident, but it certainly was
a marvelous escape,
Safer than Here
J. E. Landon camo In from Tarn
plco, Old Mexico, list Friday,
When asked whether ho had been
forced to leavo the country .by
tho Insurrectos ho said that he
wasn't worrying about them but
that he hnd heard about our great
conflicts at Chicago1 -and Baltimore
and thought he was needed by his
own country to help aottld tho dif
ficultly'. Ho returned to Mexico
this week. Mr. Landon says, the
disturbance in his country is great
ly exaggerated and that their col
ony was not worried in tho least,
ns nb disturbance lvad occurred
This amendment, Mr. Clcndcnlng
says, tui removed at a conference
last week. Thc (Missouri river
backers also secured an amend
ment which prevents nny object
ionable legislation nppcarllng be
fore thc completion of thc Mis
souri ten-year project. Tho amend
ment which refers to thc Missouri
river reads, "Provided further that,
Wonders never cease. Last Frl
day afternoon Thost Nugen, of Nor
ton, was seen on our streets run
ning an auto. Mr. Nugen is well
able to own a car and has time
to run one, but he was always re
garded as a "conservative," and
the only reason ascribed to his
sudden interest In motoring is that
he has becomo a thoroughbred
While commenting on Mr. Nu
gon's skill at thc wheel we asked
Will Bailey of cast of town wheth
er he had bought a car. He said
he had ncVer ridden In one. This
was too good a chance, so wc help
cd some bystanders lift h'm Into
tho car and. away ho went. After
realizing his hclpncssncss, he
straightened up, got comfortable
and put on a big smile. That was
thc last wo saw ot him but we ex
pect to see him whizzing by soon
in his own car.
Lnter Wc inquired of thc chauf
feur yesterday what became of
nothing horcln contnlncd shall post his passengers and ho thanked us
pone tho expenditure of the, or -puiiing mm ncxi- 10 Mr. unu-
nmouat hereby npproprlatcd or
nny filrthcr appropriation for snlld
project without action by con
gress.'' Kansas City Journal.
Her Father Dead
Columbia, Mo., July 11 The old
est employee of tho state univer
sity -and known to hundreds of
nlunvnl in tho atnto, died here to
day. - He was Horace Williams, a
negro, who has worked as Janitor
at the Institution continuously
since tho Civil War. Williams was
aalnvc In Kentucky. When a boy
ho wnH given as a wedding pre
sent to Mrs. W. C. Shields, wife of
one ot tho first teachers ot Latin
in tho university. After the war
he was employed ns a coachman
and body servant by Professor
and President Laws. Stnr.
Mr. Williams was thc father of
Mrs. E. J, Craddock ot this city
nnd she went down Friday to at
tend tho funeral.
cy. no Bam as incy .weni uown
Odcll Ave. Mr. Bailey looked
around and saw n motorcycle fol
lowing them nnd remarked "By
golly, thnt's thc first young one I
over seen." He thinks now he's
sure ot n sale to both Mr. Nugen
and Mr. Bailey.
Among the Siclr
Mrs. Alex.. Henton, of near thc
Christian church, is still very sick.
T. N. Barnes nnd wlfa and daugh
tor and Bon-ln-lnw, Wilbur Jnmcs,
came up from Columbia last week
to bo nt the bedside ot Mrs. Will
Barnes, of West North Street who
has boon critically ill for sometime.
Mrs, O. E. Hawthorne has been
seriously ill several days tho past
week but Is improving wc nro
pleased to say.
Mrs. L. J. Rassc hns been con
fined. to her room several weeks
Shoe Factory to Hum
Hugo Monnig returned this week
,-., -I 1 n,mnnvUrom a Western trip and in an
church bv Rev. W. P., Barrett of Inw yesterday, said that the
this place and Interment followed tlas room at the factory had
the ndjacont cemetery. - ftllnmi, .l" irr' ir::: B...,l;
dor the now mnnagcmo.it with
about .6.0 girls. Ono dcpaittnont at-
4n AMnftift 'lift 1 1 Via mt In
died at' ....... '.,4. .
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t NINA B1LLE CRANK
tt.'k. . . t 1 Mm
j. inn' nomo in ner bibivi, .u-io.,
k , $5&Sb weft Maxs.hiU at horfl k f , d
Wp'., ty.msHojidM0 aged pearly 28 up mauforvth.0 old company.
'w ysarsv-' t ' ' - 1 1"L-. ' ,' - '
f; Hills Orank.'waf onejotur pop- ?pi;'.iM:.i,, ,
'tW '18U- sSs hd to give Mto 'Jhw -M ...C.Bhacfodwas up from
) "4 Jtek. ft; fcl'ttlasiicJioot on PetH- $tyt& 12? morning andcaU-I.'k.if-Ptabw
P. aecoan't: 6f poor4 ki Kto talkmlnute. H;.faid
p ;,j'iiI-iivT.'t,-i '--iUm, :tVc1' tn "'K'fttHswy HoMmey(r of. ro thWsi o'
ktttbsrouloWslrlttw at ,Mt, rVfv
k" tk "''awJWr. te-M Arlpa,'.ly
,.(aslBkh.l!.wfi.,..' ?. . aJA
cum ;Wu -aMm ntf . too. llt Crank
;Ws;; aaithfal ieoi,lwia
Napioaf 611 out'.ofi hw waasWe
axUm(wiMKr.whttn he? hsdcrDr .
Md ..BBajiy ry;er; 'JMiajjisi
A Fishing Party
Quite a number from Blue Llckvl
cinlty Indulged in a delightful
fishing excursion last Friday.
Attor a fine luncheon boat-rid
,lng was next on 'tho programmo
and this was surely enjoyed by
the young folks until tlmo to re
turn to their homes.. Thoso pre
sent were 'K Mrs. Q. B, Lasley, Grace
baBioy, Aus, ii, u. uasiey ana baby,
Frank York, Mattic,. Lucllo nnd
nnii? York, Mlnnls Wlngflcld.Mrs.
Mack DenniB, Mattto, Mnud nnd
Capt William David Rankin, ono
ot Lafayette county'a weal
thy farmers, died at his homo in
Lexington of heart failure on July
11th. Besides his largo holdings in
Lafayetto Capt. Rankin owned 3000
acres In Ray county.
Governor nadiey will return to
Kansas City when his term in
office expires and engago In the
nrnctlco of law again.
A cloudburst at St. Louis Sun
day did $1,000,009 damage and an
other cloudburst at Donvcr, on
tho same day did $2,(00 0C0 dvmagc
A number of lives were lost at
George nupe, U years old, son
of npnry nupo, residing near Mont
gomery Mo., died of lockjaw Tuts,
day caused by dropping a largo
lianvnor on his toe. Blood poison,
followed by tetanus,1 set in and
proved fatal in Bplto of the admin
istration of antitoxin and other
remedies for lockjaw.
George Flair, of north of Black-
The parole cases were taken up
the first several days' last week
and all continued.
Tho Jury served two days only
nnd tried only two cases the
Tompkins and Brown cases.
Thc case ot Dr. Smith Tomp
kins was tried Friday, nc was
found guilty of forgery nnu sen
tenced to five years in thc pen!
tcntl ry. Sheriff Hcyrl; toDkhllni
to Jefferson City Mondny.
Janlo Crews plead guilty to
petit Inrccncy nnd was fined $1
Will Majors and Messrs. Sap-
plngton nnd Thorp were fined $25
each for gaming.
Pearl Brown was sentenced to
1 year in Jail on n chnrge of car
rying concoalod weapons.
John Jenkins was sentenced to
two yoara in reform school for
burglary nnd larceny.
Lcstor Finloy was fined $5 tor
Joo Welch $100 tor carrying con
John GaBh $5 for disturbing thc
Other cases disposed ot Thurs
day which was thc first session of
court since Its adjournment on
Tuesday; woro State vs Nixon et
nl, State vs Denvenport et nl.
These cases woro tried nnd the
Jury falling to reach a verdict,
was discharged. Then tho cases
were dismissed by tho state ;T.n.
Harvey was the attorney for the
Etate vs Wm. P. Rowe, charged
with 2nd degree forgery; defend
ent ontereu plea ol guilty, was
sentenced to tho penetentinry for
five years and paroled.
James M. Wilson charged with
teloniouB nssult continued by gen
Court adjourned Friday after
noon until November term.
13 JSig Dhvm ai Hose &
ISuokner h. starts bniur
duy, July 13th.
There will be otn ice cream so
cial at the Presbyterian church
at Herndon Saturday night, July
Rev. C. H. Bohn will give a ser
ies of illustrated lectures at the
North Street Air Dome every Sun
day evening during this summer
on the "Life of Christ," to which
he invites all.
Miss Helen Hnrvey and Emll El-
llngson, two delegates to the Ep
worth League convention at Perlle
Springs made excellent reports at
the League meeting Sunday even
ing at tho M. E. Church, South.
The subject of thc sermon at
thc First Baptist church next Sun
day morning will bo "The Light
of the World." This sermon will
be Illustrated by a lamp with
darkened chimney, and tho oil,
wick, reflector, lampfttnnd and the
light will be usod to point each
thought in the s-jrmon. All the
friends nro requested to have the
young people nnd children miot
with them nt thc morning hour.
Thc JJaptlst Sunday School
will have Its outing at Wilton
Springs July 3flth. All the
mothers can take their children
and have them cared for by the
members of the Phllathoa Class,
taught by Mrs. C. V. Davis, who
have volunteered to do this ser
vice. Thcy arc to bo commended
Tho Christian Sunday Srhto wi.l
have Its annual picnic si Wlllton
Springs today and a good time Is
sur-ly in store fo. lh s, our leaf Iig
In Federal Court
A decision favorable to the Pres
byterian Union was rendered In
tho Federal District Court in
Kansas City July 10th. This case
Involves Missouri Valloy College
and tho Odell Ave. Presbyterian
church of this city.
Thc result of tho decision will
bo to throw tho caso Into the fed
oral court which will now dccldo
The Cumber and rrcs,jtcrl ni
have boon anxious to have the
trials in the state courts, but thc
federal court assumes Jurisdiction
and will decldo all tho Missouri
contests at once.
Attorneys V. V. Huff, of this
city; Frank nngerman of Kansas
City; Judge Williams of Boon
vllle, J. W. Sudduth of Warrcns
burg and Judge Gaut of Nash
ville, Tenn., represented tho union
ists, while Judge Ladd and Frank
Sebree of Kansas City, R.M. Rey
nolds ot Marshall and Judge Cald
well of Tennessee represented the
We are told thnt the suits in the
state courts will bo pushed ns be
Marshall Republican $1.00
Rose DcnnlB, Fisher and Ray Den- burn, was recently aurprlsed on his
m, nnuSw juiiiiviiiiHi, jurn. a. a, mrtnuay. un hta return home
York, Mrs. R. M. York nnd Diablo , from church ho found his parents.
York i ; relaUvca and friends assembled to
, I celebrate his birthdav and nUn .
Little Rock Picnic Jeast awaiting thorn. A pleas
The big annual picnic at Little "LfS J"" T"1' A?"B thoso
Tlftf!- will Via - tin Irl ir A -...j. 6u. prg?nt were Herman Flair and
afrthe park ar there.Tha is Will Flair, Henry
". .. ... . Schrocder and .fnmliv .urt
ine mmnnnuai picnic ana every " , T. ,v -'--"?. i.
One has bi'an a hummer. l .Leonard, Walter MoWihagon
; , 7T. ' M"PHy pf Malta Bend, Ernst Klrch-
,f Vncalled for Letteira
Re'mair(lng in, the 'Marshall,, Mo,
pof;oifc Jujy,.l?th 1915,, Jfjiot
.cpUedVfoirjB JSdays, wlli'ljfi sent
to the 'dead jettar'tofflteiafoWasli-
Off ,and. wjfo qf Elmwood and Ed
awo? ,aaa lamuy, of 6woet
Geo. Stanford, Topeka, Kan.
Mabel Craig, Topeka, Kan,
Tolbert ninchcr, Marshall.
Belle Williams, Marshall.
J. E. Wood, Nelson,
Maud Green, Nelson.
T. J. Plsher, Sweet Springs.
Muud E. Hartman. Sweet Springs
Durinii the Hli 13 Day
Sale S25.00 suits jo at
818.05 and S20.00 huIIh
jo at 14.75. Buy one of
. Bill 13 Day Sal
SW, SfW mi nm - - m,
Come and see
our felt hats in f
white and light
latest style for
All mv other
hats in stock at
- Marshall. Mo.
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