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MARSHALL,- SALINE COUMTY MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
MRS. pBTER RYAN, of 'St. Louis
died at tha home of hor' father,
Philip Ryan, near Blater, Saturday
night, August 3d, aftor a short 111
item. She came for a visit several
weeks ago and was taken vslck
soon after" her arrival. Sho was
Teared. west of Marshall and has
many friends hero who regret her
death. She wan a slater of Miss
Welle-Ryan of the Now York Rack
ei, who was! at her bedside at her
death. She wan a good Christian
-woman and leaves many friends,
Buvlal occurred In the Slater ccme
tery Mondny after services in the
Slater Catholic church.
MRS. ANN JANE DALY, died atj
the home of her .niece, Mrs. Mary,
Patterson In West Marshall Tues
day at 12.16 tt. m. of inf lamatlon of
the liver. Sho wob 82 years old
and had been in7 poor hcnlth for
the past four yenrs, at which time
she was nttackod by a sow f And
had atnorrow osonpcu Her hun
wnd tho late Patrick Daly, died
last April th. She Is survived by
one sister, Mrs. Zans of this city.
Fu,neral sorylces were held 'at 2 p.
m. Wednesday at the .Catholic
church aftor which tho rqmalns
were laid to rest In Ridge park
Among our Friends
Tho following are new subscrib
ers or ronowed tho past week:
Marshall EL Light II. & P. Co.
John Reims, Marshall
,P. D. Wise, Marshall
Geo 'Selbort, Mt. Leonard.
Jlenry Frlcko, Emma
E. 'II. Fulkorson, Mt. Leonard.
J. lL. Witt, Granger
E. R. Crockett, Marshall.
JVlonzo Zcigle. Dlue Lick.
C. C. Mack, Malta' Rend.
Albert primer, Marshall
L. W. Schanz, Bluo Lick.
S. F. Cole, Malta Bend.
Sen Payne, Marshall.
Mrs. Grace 'Laughlln, Tyler Tex.
ttapsft, Tulsa, Okla.
' "aW'Clw: Marshall.,'
p. B. Bufoird, Sweet 8prlnga.
"How would you like to have n
steak fifty thousand or one hun
dred thousand years old served up
to you?" oaks James Oliver CUr-wood,-
who during a northern trip,
eame across some Indians who
haJd discovered the carcass of a
mastodon exposed by the falling
of a frozen river cliff.
"The flesh," says Mr. Curwood,
ynm of adeop xed or mahogany
color, and .1 dined; orr-S steak an
lech, and a half thick. My first
taste of the flesh seat, me 'back,
'apppose, .fifty thousand years or
saore..' The flavor "ft the meat was
pjml not unpleasant but simply
old sind dry. t That It had lost
none of Its lKc 'sustaining elements
'smftnjfthose" hundreds of centuf-
MMvoif '(fold storage was shown by
, Jthe -fact' tMthe dogs throve up
lr.M Chicago Tribune? -t
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A JNaUta, csrrsssoadaat .at
ar qrsMav esamsajw yeta-f .am
'4at the word.; MwMctlM what
Ttr with tasvWa
4a sa BscsaH saw. fir the tsU leas-
1sm awM jslaaj,-s4w'-ia,;jgt-
MlWa M.'ASSSBCTBOSStai SMSIS, m
tote tAWiUini tov &r0-4M
, ii' Hm .intec'st1' Mmmc 'swiiv teiirf
act sa.ss iraasww Tswyas .nws
teitsosaa tas sasnsaioa siaav.
J AmtauaAB 'aaBl SUJBABSasSBS liASW Auaua
fe.tj trsasktloR, larstA.V ;
Met Monday evening evening,
August 5, all present except J. J.
Thoa Davis appears in the inter
est of the Ilerodon Telephone Co.
on motion city attorney. Instructed
to draw up ordlnce for Horndon
Telcphono Company to pay the
city $50 per year for first one hun
dred phones or fractional part.
Conway ave east of tho' colored
school refcrcd to street and ally
C. G. Brannahan of Kansas City
bid 69 cents per square-yard for
paving Odell avc, from Morgan to
Ordinance 370 accepting work of
Geo. Rose who built some sidewalk
ob Redman passed, 7 yes..
,'oWcrcd to pay John W. Sparks
$2bM. on salary.
City clerk instructed to get
prices on 250 ft. of flro hose.
xn motion wm Hchreckler was
was appointed fireman In place of
On amotion city attorney was
Instructed to draw up ordinance
for Ilcrmlon Telephone Company.
Road commissioners file their
Real Ettate Transfer '
tt ' A'
Sheriff to Joseph Jacoby 2fl " .i,
acres in 15-49-31 tyS
F M l& Lucy A Souder to same
15 acres in. 15-49-31 300
Chloe J (&JlM.fE. Scott to Mary
F. Smith (80 acres 32. 33-49-22 ...1
Mary F Smith to ME and Chloe
J Scott 80 acres 33-40-22 ...
J F Burroughs to W T Bur-
rough lots 66, 67 Gilliam ...2960
L A Doughty to F A Hightshoe
40 acres 2S-51-21 5000
L CEhrn.man to William C"
Godman lot 1 block A. Eng
gllsh add Marshall 1400
Geo. M. Smith to Herman Ren
ken, 1691-2 acres, 26 4923 14K9
Chas. K. Smith to Herman
neniccn. zos, 23100 2-11-33 m
and 34 35 22W0
ncrman Rcnkin to Chas K.
Smith, lots, 10, 11, 12 and
13, Berry Rcvis Add. Sweet
Springs, Missouri 25060
R. N. Ayres Sells Stock
Mayor lR. N. Ayres, w.ho; for tho
past 12 years has served the public
very faithfully in tho livery and
drayage business,. sold his rolling
stock nnd horses to Earl Brown
and Howard Norvclt last wcok.
Nowcll and Brown took posses
sion of the barn August 1st, with
a (now lino of rolling stock. We
hopcHhat the boys will' succeed in
their' new Quarters and have the
best Svlshes of every ono In tho
In 1900 Mr. Ayres bought a new
lino of stock and supplies and
started business In the barn which
ls.stlll occupied by tho livery men
and since that time has made' a
good 'business for his successors.!
Although Mr. Ayres is moving on
Carrie Leo Hunt to C.
Wheeler, pt lots land
blk. 3, Hnggina add, .
There will bo nn Ice croam soc
lal at tho home of,. G. A. Barron
Saturday night, August 10th, for
the benefit of tho Bluo Lick
church. All cordially inv'tod.
At tho congregational meeting of
the First Presbyterian church Sun
day morning, Rev. McAdic, of Ft.
Worth, Tcxnn, was .tendered a
unanlmouA call, pledges were nl
00 tnkan for the repairs of the
church nmountLng .to Sl4b. aVil
committees nppdlnted to sco"
those not 'present
Carl Spencer, tho six-year-old
soft of Mr. and Mjrs. n. Clay Spen
cer, of Kansas City, fell off their,
porch and broke an arm two weeks
ago. The Spcncora are former Mt
While threshing on tho form of
In years wo regret very much to Frod Llesor near Cordor last Wed-
have him retlrc-GlMlam Globe, .nesday tho engine owned by Dres-
selhaus Bros, and operated by
. Social Doing
' Sunday, m3ay 28th .was Robert
Zrvinos 64th birthday anniversary
them, blew up. probably fatally In
Turing 'Henry BreJfc.t and
wrecking the engine, the boiler of
the engine landed about twenty
and It was a memorable ono for reot from whore it was standing.
him. His wire ana uaugnters pre
pared a big dinner unknown to
him and ho was not aware of any
thin, unusual till the' many rela
tives and frlonds began to pour
In, It was a splendid bcoaslon. '
Mrs. Joseph Field,. of' near Nap
tan, gave a big (dinner 't(o her
friends on Tuesday of list week
which was a big' event In that
Wr. T. T. Huff entertained-Bat-
May hi honor of Tier guests,
spsses Aille Harper and Kathar
ine McGInley of Kansis City.
Johp Bleeemeycr, who was on
the separator, was knocked down
and had several ribs brokon. Goo.
and John Drossclhaus wero also
bruised considerably. - The outfit
was n complete wreck and jthe
straw stack was destroyed by fire.
Ml -.(Jsrinae Davis entertained
at, a'six' o'clock luncheon- Tuesday,
evsstBg la honor of her guests,
Misses Mabel Hurst, Dorothy Mc
"Clay and Eleanor Asdale,- of Tip
; Dr ; 'aoeV Mra AH..'8tephes gave
sblrthiisy dinner Wedsesdayi in
hano of .the former's father, ,T.B,
sHeas, two, was1 M 'years- old
that dir. Mr.'1 and Mrs. W. H.
Stephens, of Bu'nceton, were out''
of town guests.
Ansong the Sick
Sgulre Hiram Ferrill Is on
t Mrs.' H. B. Hawkins Is' recover
Iruft fjrom a sick snell. "
Mrs. Wm. Reader has been ser
iously ill for weeks at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. Anderson
W. n.- Fletcher has been serious
ly ll' at El Paso, Texas, at the
homo (of Dr. and Mra Wm. Rollo
Bruce the past Jwp.weeks and is
still very sick. . ,
r Rev, ,M. 'L,Cleraecvs will .preach
at Harmony, the -third Sunday this
11 tA S . " 1
' Sereral Fires
lt;A';pm of corn belonging to Geo.
Ify Haynio containing 450 barrels
ov com was ourned early Thurs
dKy morning at his farm in the
upper bottom. Doc Ramey discov
ered the flro about two o'clock, but
when he got to the crib it was
ail ablaze and nothing could be
done to save It The origin of the
fire la not known. Miami News.
A five room Residence owned
and occupied by J. "W. Ramsey
caught fire from a defective gaso
line stove and was burned to the
ground nt McAllister ' Thursday
morning. The household effects
were saved. There was $500 In
surance on the building. Houston
Uncalled for Letters
ifccinalnlng -In tho Marshall, Mo.
post office August 7th, 1012. If
not called for in fifteen days will
bo sent to tho dead letter office
at Washington, D. C.
. Ladles, Miss P. W. Ammons, Mrs
Motry Brown, Mrs. Ema Simpson,
Mrs. A. Sherlock, Mrs. Nevada
Gentlemen Olllc Johnson, C.A
L. W. VANDYKE, p. M.
A Cutting: Affair
'C. J. Wngncr, the Blackburn sad
dlery man was Ticre on business
Monday nnd Informed us that some
oi their colored citizens hnd a
cutting Wcrapo tSatuM1 CJautlJ
piper wasbodly cut by Will Crisp
with n pocket knife, piper had a
revolver but got no chance to use
Saturday resembled circus day
In Marshnll. There wore morcpeo
plo In town than wo have known
In a year. Tho closing campaign
pleas and roundup by the candi
dates drew tho most of tho visi
tors, but tho Ideal weather, sales
and other things ndded to the
crowd alaii We dan t ftnow
what caused the unusual Interest
in, politics, unless there was more
mng thaiv usUar'fwTiTfli'.seemB
to bo the case. There was much
money In evidence.
'Horse Scared to Death
C. M. Fenwick of southwest of
town, had the misfortune of los
ing a horse In an unusual manner
Monday; morning. At the Crank
corner 'whore tho Herndoh and
ShVekclford roads 'merge near
Marshall he met Robt. King of
May view Inr'an auto and as they
suddenly mctvone of Mr. Fenwick
horses fell dead from fright. The
horse was about six years old.
Geo. Fields, col., Malta Bond.
Luis Anderson, col., Waverly
n I Thompson;, Fairfax, Mo.
Minnie A. Maddox Gilliam
E. J. Dels, Gilliam
Mary A. Roberts, Gilliam
Chas Weaver, Malta Bend
Ethel Ash, Malta Bend.
month Instead o"f the -second.
Thoa Nugen .Informs us that his
neighbor, John Wall, Is-very feeble uH,n,r
Mr. Wall ia 93 years old and a vet- Rtrs
' Marshall, Mo. July W, 1912.
Corrected weekly by the Marshall
MBggi. . ... 14c doi,
, 10c lb.
'. 4c "
eran of the Moxlcan and Civil .Ducks
At -Bedford has sold most P(fwara, the last survivor , In Saline of Geese
4sn -was Ma sahss.saai.
r sair or ersroar
vf Ths .elsrtciriis4:.a.-saif ,ot
vjr'ir ysasis:sassj is frssi
M IjtasjlW.SWf s'sa'tf ys 4sfc fVA
a. 1 MA i -j-sr-
erestJn the. New York Rack
.sti.ta.jA, M. Kellar and will here-
Wjr.se conneciea wup me ;flana
l&Mm, which bank w'ill , raise Us
iptttl 'stock from 69'.0M to J76.-
fllere'kwni,c .bewo material
;'tl4r f irmind 'Mr. 'Radford rc-
daesta lus'tp aaythat he will be'
sladli to.e hlafrlentds at their
the Mexican war.
A Bad Accident
Mr. and Mra nonry Nlemoler
were here from nardeman last
Thursday and tho former had his
arm la a sling, no told us of a
very painful acclclcnt which: 'befell
him a few days earlier. He said
that while fishing in (Salt,. Fork
noariNapton ho hooked a 49 pound
catflaVand In landing hlm tho man
..t i. i a t 11 - a .
-"Si';- Jr.. y , wiw.fum F.ftrssv a Darsed gig nto
. JiT! .wT.Mra! .fsl M,; PJtterson en-: his arm' acc'dentslly. They wero
' unable to pull It out so they .called
Corrected weekly by Rea & Pag
Wheat, No, 2 grade 88c
Less than One-Tenth Cast
Nothing showed the sentiment of
Saline County Republicans more clear
ly than the figures of Tuesday's prl.
tnary. The vote as taken fron the re
turns at tho County Clerk's office
yesterday showed that only 234 Rep
ubllcans bad voted In the County.
Swoet Springs, Falrvllle, New Frank
fort and Orearvllls returns had not
Tho following Is tho largest voto
received by our county candidates in
the raspectivo precincts:
Arrow Rock 7
Napton.. . ... .. .. 13
Prairie Lawn.. ..... .. 5
Saline City 7
Roso Valley 8
East Marshall 28
West Marshall 9
Shelby School Houso A
Now Frankfort. .......
Elm wood . .. 6
lllackburn... . 8
Mt. Leonard.. 1
Salt Springs 10
Grand Pass 14
Malta Bend 33
White's Island. 8,
Miami 11 (
Sharon ....... . 2
The following Is tho now Rcpubll
can county central committee and
the number of votes received by the
Arrow Rock L. C. Shackelford... II
Dlcckwater Sam Perkins... 4
Clay T.M.Ehler 8
Liberty W.F.Dennis 3
Marshall L. D. Murrell . 4
Cambridge R. L. Prico ... 18
Etmwood A. L. Mlkols 10
J. p. Gordom ... ,.. .... 319
E. P. Deal 2p87
J. B. O'Meara ..... , 1946
F. W. McAUstor 1418
J. T.Bajhcr - 0(!
J DavIs 023
Rube Oglesly 1560
J. T. Bradshaw 895
Henry Forgey , 273
A. 8. Lehr ..4 2&
JUDGE SUPREME COURT Dlst 1.
p. S. Roder ... , 1S6?
C B Stark , 583
II W Brrnd n. ... , ... Kfl
JUDGE SUPREME COURT dlv. 2.
R F Walker .... . 1599
T J Dulaney ... "03
C B Farls 1183
II C Tlmmar.ds , M27
Judgo Kansas City Court of Ap
peals. John A. Rich 4 2523.
S. J. Miller
F n Trimble ...
C. W. Hamlin
Louts Grothcr -.
R A Field
J. iM. Stlvcra ...
D 'W. MnupLn
J F Coleman
W P Booker
J )B Gauldln-... ... ... .
F M Latimer 3001
R II Dugglns ... . . 29f
J E Conncll ... 3080
J F "Barbce . ... ... 3275
JUDGE CO. COURT 1st Dlst
D D Davidson ... 1722
JUDGE. CO. COURT 2d Dlst
W A"Qunn - ... 1349
Grand Pass W. F. Rohn 43
The following are the total votes
received In S&llne county by tho
W II Meschcdc ... ..
S T Prico
J W Keys ... ..
Walter Robertson ...
D T Fowler
J P Riggins
Joe Johnson .
E. W. Major
W. 8. Cowherd ,
J? jL. nouchlo ,
lit A, Ball 1
Av.H. Balte .,
W. R. painter .. , 2155
A R Bo0t)8 853
SECRETARY OF STATE
Cornelius Roach 3295
While working under a car on
the side track at Slater last Fri
day evening, Jeaso Thorp, son-in-law
of niram Moore of this city,
had a very narrow escape. An
other car was shunted against the
car he was under and the car
wheel passed over both legs. He
was bably bruised but the bones
were not even broken."
(hsi si; owner, aunaay, Aug
'WPtWr 'WiffWr owu. nr. John Hall of Nan ton., who
'iaviir-visss: v: :?:?& r.:zTtw.r.? . r,iu wa? able to
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G. R. Akemah and W, E. Scott
were In from Rose Valley Wed
nesday and Mr. Akcraan Inform
ed us that' W. H. Smith's residence
northeast of McAllister Springs
burned-Tuesday noon. Mr. Smith
-was. with a threshing crew .near
by sd his wife at hssse. bt they
save very little. The
atyd from ajet)ve
building; belonged to
fathor of'Wi If.osaltb.
Out they come! Light
as a feather delicious,
cakes, muffins and hun
dreds ofjathcr inviting
dishes- everything just
right. With KC Baking
Powder the results are
sure nnd certain.
There is no guess-work.
You know beforehand
the family will be pleased
with your efforts. For
when you use
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hakedf "troabks disappear like magic sod 'what was "
forsaerly a clay of sloabt'k adw eae of plaasure K C Bakisg
Po'wdsr sargvafda the health of your family by iasariag "
light, .difsetible, jfeed. And the price is. risht -25f ouocss (
for 25 cents. . '
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