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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTYM liSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUS1 16, 1912
LOUIS BOATRIGHT, a well
known retired farmer of ,theJ3ern
don vicinity who haa resided oh
Capitol Hill for some time, died
Monday at 7 p. m., of diabetes,
aged 60 years, 10 months and 9
days. He Is survived by a wife
and two daughters. Mr. Boat
right waa a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm, O. Herndon who are still
living. Funeral services were held
at the Mt . Church South nt'2;:30,
p. m. Wednesday;
XEATON-Jean, the little two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John'Lcaton, of near Napton,
died Saturday, August 10, of in-
flamatlon of the bowels. The bur
ial took place Sunday at 2 o'clock
at Smith' Chapel.
BORCHERS. Dora, (the ilnfant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John
Borchcrs. of Elm wood, was born
Tlec. 10. 1911. and died AucrB.1912.
Llttlo Dora was laid away to a-i
wait the morn of the resurrection.
Death was caused by whooping
cough and stomach trouble. -
Another little lamb hns gone to
dwell with him who gave,
Another little darling babe is shel
tered In the grave.
God needed one mora angel child
amidst his shining bind,
And so, ho bent his loving smile
ami clasped that darlings hind..
paw, then life was over. She was
loved by all who knew her.
She leaves1 to motir.V her sad
death a devoted father and moth
er two sisters and three brothers
besides a host of friends,'.
She waa burled Saturday morn
ing August 10 af 11 o'clock .at Salt
Pond cemetery. Services were. con
ducted by Rev. Reynolds of Mar
shall. A Friend.
Our Tentk Anniversary
It la ten years today that the
editor camo to Marshall to take
charge of this paper am! it Is with
pleasure that we look back over
these ten yean,
At the time, all our contempor
aries predicted a failure, but the
Republican' has been the most sue-'
ccsstul (paper in Saline, gaining a
place at the head of the list from
the very foot. We will admit hav
Ing worked hard and faithfully for
our readers, each of whom we
nave considered a friend, but this
would not have brought success
had wo ntt been given encourage
ment in a financial way. It Is
this support which showed us
who our friends; nre and which
has made our busttross a success.
And It Is to these loyal support
era we extend hearty thanks and
promise to merit their continued
support to the best of our ability.
Ihe Republican owes its first
duty to Its readers, regardless of
social positions (politics or re-
llglon, and whllo tho paper la
Republican In politics, we feel that
there arc things In the party at
times that our readers should
know bo that they may act wisely
JAMBS M. JACK80N, aged 80. and 'conlnclentlously. We strive
years, 7 months and 20 days died, never to dictate or mislead.
Thursday, August 8 at the home of Financially our business has
his son-in-law, R. T. Ham, in Sla grown -until we are doing more
ter. Funeral services conducted by , business in a month than wo did in
Rev. iWrn. F. Roberts were held at a year ten years ago. We hive
the residence Wednesday afternoon kept our promise of constantly Im-
aml burial was at tho city Ccmc-! proving the paper and to this end I nor tor
tery. Slater News.
Methodist Church Burned
The Methodist church ori Mar
ion street burned Tuesday night
about ten o'clock. There was a
severe thunder atom! about 8 o'
clock and It Is thought the church
was struck. The fire ,was not
noticed till ten o'clock Nsn the
edifice was a mass of flames
and the fire department hsa Its
hands lull In saving the residence
adjoining. Tho building was com
paratively mew and was of brick
being orie of our handsomest
churches. The walls and founda
tion are standing so that there
will be considerable savage. The
Christian Science congregation has
been renting tho church tho paBt
Tho church was built 15 years'
ago at a cost of $11,100. There
was $5000 lnsuranco on the build
ing. Tho trustees are M. C. Chaf
fee, L. II. Hlghtshoo, Louis Pouch
er. Henry K rum sick and F. P. Luse.
A Near Fire"
What might have proved a bad
fire wan "nlppod in tho bud" by
effective work of our fire de
partment nt 5 a.m. Tuesday. F.
P. Williams confectionery on the
south side of tho square was
found to ibo aflro and on break
ing into the placo the basement'
was found ablaze, but tho fire was1
confined to the basement and put
out after half nn hour.
Killed by Lightning
Jacob VanDyko lost a valuable
Jersey cow by lightning Tuesday.'
.night and now has lost faith in
tho siiylng that lightning doesn't
strlko twice In tho aamo place, as
several horses were killed under
the same tree some tlmo ago. He
Midi It was tho finest cow in Mar
shall and ho wouldn't have sold
MRS. RUSSLBL STONE, former-,
ly -Miss Carrie Barnctt, passed
away aft her home In Excelsior
Springs Tuesday night after along
have Installed some lato and very
oxpemlve machinery and will con ,
tlreue to improve our equipment as
we are ablo to do so. Thern are
no dark clouds nhoad as some
have feared on account of the
political .condition. Wo have no
Mrs. Stone Was married to the", far lost less than a dozen nubtcrlb-
ttrvlvlng husband", about .' two ' r nd' while we may lose aAun
yearsi ago, and since tho birth of d red or more, J t would not make a
their little boy a year ago, , , has noticeable difference In our busi
oeen In poor healths In an effort nen The only dissatisfaction
to restore her health an. operation 1 comes from Malta Bond where sev
was resorted to and while It seem- crnl people havo made It their
d favorable at first, she grow sud
jflenly wors) and died.
8ha was IB years old and the last
child of Mrs. Mlnriid Barnett who
has laid to rest bar entire family
In a few years nj.id Is now alone.
The remains were brought to
Marshall on the C. & A. noon train
yesterday and taken' to tho First
Presbyterian church, and after ser
vices conducted by Rev. Xenopnan
Ryland of Lexington were laid to
rest) in Ridge Park cemetery.
Hii Father Dead
L, F. Loyhe, one o7 our leading
Merchants, was called to Lancaster
Isat week an account of the ser
ious. Illness, of his fathsr,' Henry A.
1yhe. He passed away Saturday
at IS, a. m. alt the advanced, age
of 79 yean, eight months and one
'4ay. He and his. surviving wife
ware born near Berlin, Germany,
but came to thin country as chil
dren. He Is also survived by six
on and two daughters Mr. Ley
he had been a successful farmer
till he retired about 15 years ago.
The last three years he had suf
fered much from cancer. He was,
a meaaDer or the Lutheran church
amd, Maaoalc lodge. The funeral
business to try to Injure us, but
a visit there last week convinced
us'that even thore thrcc-fpurths of
our friends are loyal.
A ipaper whlclv, can be counted on
as (reliable at all times, must not
be a-un by any clique that may
come along or bo scared ,by,
threats and the Republican has
outlived repeated assaults, even
though costly at times. We have
gained ten fold by securing the
confidence of our readers and a
clear conscience for ourselves.
Again thanking each and every
cme of our" readers and with hearty
good wishes we are
J; J. Witt, Editor.
Call for County Convention
A call -Is hereby issued for a
county Progressive Convention to
meet at the court house in the
city of Marshall, Mo., on the 20th.
day of August, lBlS. Convention
Will Go Into Society
Some ambitious tall young man
Is probably "shining" in society
by this time. J. K. Hulllnger's
rcsldenco nt 202 W. Jackson was
robbiyl last Friday evening, between-
Band 0 o'clock, while they
-were at a picture show, and an
overcoat, two pairs of pants, coat,
now suit case, two watches two
gold rings belonging to Mrs". nuK
Ingcr and other things were tak
en, valued at over $100. Mr. Hull
Ingcr says tho man must have
been tall as ho .reached flbmo
things from a shelf while standing
on the floor, no gained entrance
by cutting a screen in the rear
of the house.
Friday -night a burglar made 4
good haul at' Wlngflold Bros, second-hand
store, getting away
with $100 worth--of goods. Jas.
Wlngfleld' Informed us that . MM
cash, two Stetson hats, a23 yjfja
Chester pump,rlflc, tobacco, 'etc.,
ware stolen. Entrance was sa
ed by prying off the padloek' on
the front door.
The same night Dysart'a groc
ery sjtoro pi ear the C.tc A. depot
waa burglarized, but only a few
pennies and a ham were missed.
Entrance was made by breaking!
front glass and opening the door.
i CAni a v rvrsfaJtn I
Nellie parks entertained
forty tyoung people very de
ity at a party at her home
iterth! of town, last Friday evening.
Mat Ruth Rose -entertained hand
aoiMe Friday evening In honor of
Misses Asuaic, Hurst ana Mackey
of Tipton; About fifty guests cn-loyed-
MieaLucllo Becraft of. West of
town, attended tho houso party at
th4homo of E. P. Crimea at Mt.
Leonard from Monday to yester
day, It goes without saying that
the. young folks present had a
rqyal (good time.
, Mr. and Mrs; Herbert Ransbcrg
oiVere at home to a limited num
ber of friends at their lovely coun
trjjllomo at Mt. Leonard Thursdoy
Those entertained wore Mrs. Al
bert Monsccsc and son Evcrcttc
Fulton of Fayottc, .Miss Corinnc
Dalvls of Marshall and hor guest's,
Miases Dorothy McClary, Eleanor
Asdnlo and Mabel Hurst of Tipton.
A Sautomobllo trip had been plan
ned for tho day but on account
of tho rntn was'posponcd and the
young ladles returned on the even
Mrs. W. F. McDaniel, assisted by
Mrs. Roy Eubank, entertained on
Tuesday afternoon In honor of the
m-mcr's ntccos, Misses Mary and
Martha Witt, of Granger, nnd
ranees Smith, of Sedalla, at tho
McDaniel home on East MltchclL
Refreshments of cakes and Ice
cream wcro served. Among the
guests Were Misses Paulino Rice,
Dorothy Horn, Irene McElvnlne,
Gladys Bakor, Francis Walker,
Louise Virginia Russell, Olivia
and Isabel Evrard and Marguerite
Conncll. The little, folks as well
eH the older ones had an enjoy
Reaafclicaa Ccaalttet Mettl. g
The regular .Republican Cen-
o -meet at 11 o'clock a. m. Allv. rv,
progressives without regard to1
oast rparty affiliation
the August Primary, are request-
re-ln 1. 41... ..-i... 1
quested to attend. The object of - " ' "
. - -
ust 17th, at 1:30 p.m., to.reergsne
lee. L, D.'Murrell, Oharmkn.'
, J. A. Jones, Sec'y.
. t 1
this (convention Is to select delo
gates to the State Progressive
Convention which meets in St.
Tinlm. Aanf mm, -1
. ni..i.ii u a. I I MU uisu
Li j v ',u",to momnate acounty ticket. The
"D.C.a5t!riMday conduced by vartou, t0KinBh,1)a re realueiSS
to hold conventions on Saturday. Martin Loiu, Slater
August 2Uh, 1912 to select town- Anna May Meter, Slater
Key. Rosenatengel, of Carthage,
III:, a Ufe-long friend of deceased.
MISS MARY BBLLB HARPER,
cot, was born March 23, 1893, and.
. eparted this life Thursday morn
' Ing August 8, abput g o'clock, aged
19 years, 4 Impsths and ,10 days.
4 She Vas sick .but; a short time. At.
' the jlme;, she was, taken Jil, she
' .Jleaew not our blasaeil flavlnr. hut
tVMsoen rllMd!.'sii could not' bear
Ard&iWa ..SaWmt inker
1 ! , In, Qoiind toW- MrsI Wa leer
V thaahe- would soothe 1 skim
Rome,, un Moitaay. morning- she
ship committeemen and delegates Al Nlckols, coi., Marshall
to county convention.
A. H. Snoddy, Sec'y.
R. P. Qwlnn, Chairman
Anna Llghtfoot, col., Marshall
Stephen Owens, Mackinaw, III.
Cora Whltecotton, Mackinaw; IP,
Loulq F. Haesemeler, Napton
Clara Bollmas, Slater
OB4pmus Hurt, Marshall
Uncalled fer Letters
Remaining In the Mjrahalfl, Mo. Bess. Fenwlck, Marshall
Among our Friends
Boat office. Aur. Hth.'lilH. If nt 1
called, for fc 15 daya will be i seat'
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1 w HMiin raar. aniL,rMoicea;.iia4i i;4
win .apr-swuw jiuiH.aae ooum. tvi
VMl tn aMlilicMk taivs)is,--aU' hn'w.
it. sr. -V.:. .t'V. .-'iV-Avrai.s; . S
asr -saw,, was;, SMfiM flMta's- SoM WHT
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to the, dead letter office t Wash
lagton, C J;t
Mlss Be.ale Ropkln't,'
Mr. and" Mrs. J. F. Farmer were
pleasantly surprised Sunday, Aug.
11th, this being the lattcra S8th.
birthday anniversary, when their
clajlit children, wives and husbands
and eleven grand-children and n
few friends gathered at their
home on 56 Summit St. They want
ed It) a surprise so the mother was
Invited to Mrs. W. C. Thompson
to epdnd tho day nnd tho child
ran alt came early with well flll
ckl baskets, so tho tablo was set
with all tho good things to eat
good old country ham, fried chick
en, -aalads, fruits, Ico cream, cakes
and other things too numerous to
mention, At twelve the mother
waa called home and you may
Imagine her surprise on finding
them there. Those present were;
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Farmer and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Chapman, lour sons and three
daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Farmer and daughter, andBennlo
Farmer, all of Mt. Olive, Mr. and
Mrs Jo.seph Herndon and two
softs of near Herndon and Ssslc,
John and Martin, at home. Tho
outside guests were Jack Adams
from! III., the only uncle living of
Mrs. farmer, and Mrs. Chapman
from Kansas. At a late hour ths
children departed wishing mother
many more happy birthdays,
l A. F,
The church ladles of this city
have organized a prrraanent tem
perance society with the following
representatives of the various
churches: Christian church, Mrs.
Ed.. Bates; M. E. Church, South,
Mrs. A. B. Hoy; Baptist, Mrs. J.
W. Taylor Odcll and Presbyterian
Miss Johana McMahan: Cumber
land, Mrs. L. F. Clemens; First
Presbyterian, Mrs. E. M Wright;
Christian Science, Mrs. Robert Rey
nolds; Catholic, Mrs. Wm. prior.
Much satisfaction has been ex
pressed over the fact that Rev. Mr.
McAdic, of Fort Worth, Texas, has
accepted the pastorate of the First
Presbyterian' church. He will be
here In time to occupy the pulpit
tho first Sunday In September..
Among the Sick
Judge! ntrom Fcrrlll is out again
nttor a ten days' illness.
Mrs. Sarah Campbell has been
very, sick the, past week.
Mrs. L. J. Rasse Is Improving and
Is aKlof to bo up for aV.UIa at
Miss Edna Holltstcr has recover
cd from am attack of scarlet fever
and tho quarantine has been lifted
Louis Benedick was called to
Paragould, Ark., by the serious Ill
ness of his father, F. A. Benedick.
Ho writes homo that his father is
E. T. Ault, of Kelson, passed
through Marshall Saturday on his
way to Waverly where he was call
ed by the serious Illness of hit
brother, Leonard Ault.
Rev. J. F. Kemper who went
East recently is 111 In a Baltimore
hotel mud his condition is worse,
says n letter to the family of J.
Real Estate Transfers
Augustus plourd to A Q Orif
flta 1-2 Int 10 acres In 13-51-21
E S LcacH ot nl to city of Mar
shall, 12 acres 13-50-21 210
Alvln W Thomson to nattle
Ely 120 acres 21-52-19 1
Ella Boas, et l to Thos W.
Jackson, 19.6 acres In 1230-19
Noah Alspnch, ct al to L. W.
Scott all Int. into A. in
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Morgan, Saturday August 3, 1912, a
daughter. Miami Kows.
NORTH GRAND PASS
Rov. Leatherman, of Malta Bend,
filled his appointment at Asbury
cnapeuast Sunday night.
Mrs. C. M. Hayworth, or Olatha,
Kans., Is visiting relatives in this
Hy Qorraan and wlfo roturned home
last Tuesday from a brief visit with
the latters relatives In Kansas.
Mrs. Rufl, of Logau. N.M., Is visiting
here daughter, Mrs. W.F. Utlant.
Mrs. W. J. Voflt returned home
Court coHvesed la regular testiest
with all Members prestat.
Cert I lea te of aseolatssent of W.
H. Kmbrey t4 L. C. Mfekman deputy
assessors presented, Med aadby the
Proof of publication of the result
of tho local option election present'
ed and approved.
In the matter of petition of J. H.
Plattner et al for drainage district.
Continued to September term.
In the matter of petition of Joseph
Macklor et al for change of road.
Petition (lied and engineer directed
to view and report at next regular
In the matter of petition of Sus
anah Sailor et al for change of road
for purpose of cultivation. Petition
prosonted and read in open court,
proof of posting notices having been
made In open court. Engineer dir
ected to view and report at next rog
In the matter of petition of A. E.
LaRuo otal to vacate road. Proof
of notice having been made, court
order j road vacated.
Warrants issued for regular pauper
allowance at per list on file.
JosephlnoDurrett, clork, presents
abstract of tax books, both real and
personal, for tho year 1(12, which are
by the court examined and approved.
In the matter of petition of Levi
Smith et al for now road. Petition
presented and read In open tourt,
proof of notice made, nnd engineer
directed to rlow, survey, etc., and
report next regular term.
Certlncato of appointment of W.
R. Nlghtwlno, deputy arsessor, pre
Engineer directed, view and report
bridge on east and west road la Sec.
II, twp. 49, range 23.
Commissioners Malta Bond Special
Road District, present their annual
settlement, which Is by the court ex
amlned nnd approved.
Same Marshall Special Road Dis
Samo Arrow Rock Special Road
Inquest papers In tho matter of
Floyd Carr, deceased, presented and
fees allowed nnd ordored certified to
treasurer for payment
Same In the matter ot Inquest ot
John Blair treasurer presents
quartorly settlement, and Is by the
court examined and approved.
Miscellaneous accounts presented,
examined and allowed and warrants
drawn In payment of same.
Engineer directed to view bridge
on east and west road, Sec. 21, Twp.
50, R. 21.
W. N. Wilson, supt county farm,
flies report for July and Is by the
Court makes regular quarterly
visit to county farm and Jail.
The court and Jas. L. Lynch, super
intendent of schools, examines the
county school fund loans.
Criminal cost bills In the sum ot
$680.39 presented and allowed and
warrant Issued for said amount.
In the matter of petition of M. J.
Edwards et al tor drainage district
Petition and bond filed, court appoints
J. A. Stoble, Levi Cramer and S. P.
Houston commissioners and viewers
and appoints T. O.Stanley as engineer
to make report 1st Monday In October
It 12 to which date this csuse Is con
last Sunday from Kansas City.
J. H. Plattner and wife were bus. J Contract awarded to Q. W. Eatley
ass In the couqty sfcal last Saturuay.'i fi0n for furnishing coal for the en.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hoylng ot
Eastwood Ave., enjoyed a family
reunion Sunday for the. first time
In three years. Their children and
'families 'were all ppesont, as fol
low Rolla Nlcho'.s, w;fe and
two children, ot Kanis City;
Oa.:"ar neylng, wife and child, of
Miami; Clarence Jleylng nnd
Henry Keying' and wife of Shack
elford. Also Isaac Hl'l and fam
ily ot this city. A good dinner
and social pastime made the day
a pleasant one.
aeusMei (wtute; xjesvsmt,, Mary
'Jome ' an; Margin Peterman. '
Mert, Atl Oetca Judge QeV.
JaV(2, IT-IMS. imXlWrMmriXV
Back From South America
The raa,y friends of Cliff B.
I f'JHtowtyK alter a long trip to
South America and Europe., He
.went; as. a member of the JHde-nour-Baker
Grocery Co. represent
ing th Nation Coffee Roasters
-Association and he and the other
nine delegates had their expenses
;pald,.BS.gueats of the Braslllan gov
ernBsent ne said1 v the, countries
they; visited in South Amenta were
?m staring thRt wee.,
, ass. jerth;3uv,r
w; r, Roberts, J5'rinetofi Karr.
:Mm.v.W, Ha64manMarthsll I
ft-j .ww Vi. ' flairs' Yififn ,Mr.i,.ii :..
'..-. is y - .isuBa.t-,i r-T"ji s-jtv-. .
llaikaiM'.!il m Jff:e,eh lower, sugar'.
...iVftL . - . - . ' ,-.- , fty.'V4- "' V . , vt
sajsafsMsatt ' " II Tlll I ' 'T'l' 'llllllillll 'lit " ' ' I
Mrs. John Tolle anddtughter Miss1 suing year.
Anna vhlted the formers tlster, MrrJ Court selects Jury for Heptembef'
Lee Woodward, of near White's Island' torm, 1912, circuit court as follows:
last Sunday. A. W.Hannell, a E. Staples, Arrow
Mrs.EIIJahvWeddlo.ofOrand Pass 5?ck P"e. W.T. Smith.
Is spending this wek with h8r rwp.; j. uuianey. atto
daughter, Mrs. Leua Edwards.
A good crowd attended the play on
board tho Wondorlaudut Gilliam land
ing last Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. a W. Dlckason onter-
talucd their children Ust Saturday
aud Sunday, they woro all at homo.
this being the first time for several
Mr. and Mrs. Uakor and littlo son
left Sunday urternoon for their home
at Redflfcld Kans.
Rupert, Preston Eubank, Cambridge;
L. M. Cott. Henry Ewalt. Clay Twp.
W. F. Ash, Louis Selbert, Elmwood
Tvp.; D. L. McRoberts, T. V. Ander
son, Grand Pass Twp.; Wm. Johnson,
J.A.Chaney, Liberty Twp.; George
Mooney, F. M. Odell. W. P. Booker,
Marshall Twp.; T. J. Chllott, L. a Jett
Miami Twp.; U. W. Larkln, II. D. Ad
kinson, Salt Fork Twp.; Chas. Grother
E. L.Spurgeon, Salt Pond Twp.
Josephine Durrett, clerk, calls' to
her assistance, J. P. Foree, M; F.Prlg
more, two of the Judges of the coun
ty court, for the purpose ot canvass
rj.M .E Coop ot Shackei md Ing the returns of the August prim,
dropped the Republican a card ary.
yesterday from La Orasge, Mb .Court adjourned to meet Tuesday,
saying: "Mr. Cooper and l are en-, September 3rd, 1912-
loylng ourselves, here on the Mis
sltsippU We have vUl.ed In Sal
isbury and Moberly snd will make'
a short stay In Qifucy next. We
have found only due Tatt ""a
Annual Harvest Picnic
Frank York will give his annual
lax and he' la strong; enough for P-e at Blue Llek oa Saturday,
six.'' August 21, to which he Invites, alt
T cJL ,-, ,v There 'wllt be a baU game la the
Kxtra" -good., Jersey cow for altttraobn and other amusements'
Gi Marshall, lITl. SoutRfhWts oa Hthe grounds.
tHMtaHi- . ?Vybod.y'go.
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