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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1912. y
fondly and lovingly cherished by
hla parents, grand parents and all.
And though hero but a few short
months, ho numbered his friends
by scores for to know him wasto
lovo him. All who passed or was
In his hdme, he greeted with his
seet baby smillc. y
His funeral services was conduct
ed in the M. E. church hereby Rev
Cane of Malta Bend. Tho service
was soul Inspiring. The lovely
floral offerings placed on tho
whtto casket was sweet evidence
of tho love born htm and a beauti
ful tribute to his precious mem
ory. Ho was buried in our beau
Tho most beautiful fragrant
flower, glistening with the pearly
dew drops in the shclturcd foliage
is admired and desired by all. So
It is with our previous little ones
nurtured with tender care in our
homes, theso are tho ones Ood
wants for Ills kingdom. They arc
His. Ho should have them. And
so little Haydon Is up there, await
ing beckoning to papa, mamma,
and nil. "Come this way'. "Give
Mo thy heart," Jesus says and it
is our duty to. And when the
link Is broken here, we look to
tho Qolden Link which binds us to
tho Beautiful Realm abovo. Some
day all who loved little Hoyden
can meet hlm to part no more.
"For wo never say Good Byo in
Trlbuto from Mrs. A. E. Riley.
DR. NEWTON MCVEY, assistant
physician of the Colony, died in
Kansas City on Sept 2d after a ling
erlng Illness. Mr. McVcy's health
was bo poor several months ago
that ho decided to return to his
former homo in Kansas City to
rocuperato, but grew worse till ho
died. Dr. McVcy came here about
a year ago. no was nVery cap
able and pleasant gentleman and
his many friends will be pained to
.learn of his death. ,
' OLA BOSTON, tho fifteen year
old son of James Boston, died at
Now Frankfort on Sept. 10th after
suffering terribly for a week from
a rising In his head. Blood pois
oning set In and caused death. He
was a good boy and had many
friends. Burial In Now Frankfort
cemetery last Thursday.
SIE DECKARD, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. V. Deckard, died at BIsbcc,
North Dakota, on Monday, Sept. 0,
1012 at 7 o'clock p. m. nt the ago
of 31 yoars, 6 months nnd do days.
Tho remains arrived hero Friday
evening accompanied by his father
and mother who wore called to his
"bedside two weeks ngo. Mr. Deck
ard died of n complication of dls
oases and nil that medical skill
and loving hands could do was
"dono for him, but the Lord called
Tho funeral services were held at
the Baptist church at Union on
Saturday, Sept. lUh conducted by
Rov. Cane pastor of tho 31. E
church South of Malta Bend, and
remains Interred in tho Union com
Mr. Deckard is survived by his
father and mother, four brothers,
and throe sisters. Tho brothers
are -John, Joe, Archto and Dcnzll.
Tho sisters are Mrs. Richard Stock
man, Mrs. Joo nildcbrand and Mrs
Shelcy of Kentucky.
Biographies and obituaries can
say nothing that will benefit tho
dead. We know however that an
' earnest, active lite is. ended,.. W,o
know that tho record of a young
man of Indomltablo energy andun
flaglng Industry is closed nnd he
was a young man of youth and
vigor, honesty and industry and
will bo greatly missed.
Tell mo my secret soul,
O, tell mo nopoand Faith
Is there no resting place
From sorrow, sin and doatli?
Is there no happy spot
Whero mortals may be blest
Where grief may find a balm,
And Weariness a rest?
Faith, Hope and Love, best booms
to mortals given,
Waved their bright wings, and
whispered "Yes In Heaven'
Malta Bend Correspondent.
LOUISE JEWELL CRUMP. The
Angel of death broke into tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle
Crump and took from their loving
arms their darling baby, Louise
Jewell, Sept 10, 1018, of cholreain
fantum; The little child took sick
on Sunday and was sick eight days
-when Jesus called her to Jits lov
ing arms, for did he not say "suf
fer little children and forbid them
nt in nomn nntn ma lAr tholr'a is
the kingdom of heaven." All that 'th Horeb , Cumberland Pres
lovlng hands and tender care nd,bWMB church, Rev. A. J. Baker,
all medical aid could do would not a"18"1 by ,Rev- J ,E Cprtner of
keen her here, nor life was short city. The remains were then
liut she.wauh loved by her par, brougnt to mrsnaii and laid to
nt nalwell alt bv.all who kneW ,n K cemetery.
Real Estate Transfers
John H Owens to Leora and
John Do Lapp 40 acres 17-48-22 1
John Hamer tok Robt Long 30
acres In 2-51-21 3800
Heirs of Evallne Allen to John
R. Buck 31.70 acres in 31
John R Buck to Lot A Dough
ty 40 acres 27-50-21 1
Roy Burgard to lot A Doughty
lots 113 and 114 nenry add
Nora L Wicker to Claudo Wells
tots 21, 22 block 0, Arrow Rock600
Qeo L Mayflcld to Emma &
John Austin lots 2, 3, block
1 Hoggins add Marshall 1000
Young Edwards to Roy A
Alexander, lot .7, block 10,
Willie Smith to Bcttlc Butts
Jot 1 block 14 Bakers add 81a
tot ! T
Roy A Alexander to Georgia
A Cook! lot 4 block 10 Slater 1000
Chas W & Robert C Ewell x
to Edwlnna M Eubank lot
3 East Marshall 2000
Loroy B Eubank to C W & R C
C Bwcll lots 5, 6, block 4
college add Marshall 4000
Harloy II Huff to C II Tucker
an Irregular lot in Slater ... 2200
MISS EMMA HARVEY, ono of
Saline's most ablo and beloved
teachers, died att ho home of her
parents in Nelson Sunday, Sept.
15th of typhoid fovcr. Miss nar
vcy had taught at Rlldgo Trairio
and at Shelby school houso ,and
took up her work sovcral weeks
ago at tho Murrcll school north of
Nelson. -Tho day school opened
sho becamo HI and had to return
home, growing worse till relieved
by death. Sho was a faithful mem
ber of tho M. E. Church South nnd
her funeral was conducted at tho
Nelson church at 2.30 and burial
at tho Nelson comotory Monday.
Besides tho parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Harvey, sho is' survived by
abrother, .Harry,-, of Clinton. We
Join tho community In extending
Hard One on Teddy
F. W. Eisner was ovor from
Sweet Springs Tuesday and in con
vcrsatlon with aMoosor ho was
asked about the Sweet Springs sen
timont. Ho said there were many
Rooscvcltcrs around Sweet Spring
and ended by telling a good okc.
A farmor asked him If ho hnd
read about all tho horses dying In
Kansas. Ho replied that ho had,
when tho farmor said, "Don't you
think tho Bull Moosos will catch
It too after a while?"
OEOROE W. nOLKB was born
at Napoleon, Lafayetto county. Mo.
January 6, 1885, and died Septem
ber 0, 1012, aged 27 yoars, 8 month
an done day.
no was (he youngest son of the
lato H. H. nolke and wlfo.
no was married to Miss Ida
Brunkhorst January 14, 1010, who
no is survived by an aged
mother who, lived with him, two.
brothers, Julius and August, of
Council Drove. Kansas, and three
sisters, Mrs. F. W. Tuopker, of Ok
mulgee, .Okla., Mrs, J. A.- Hoofer,
of Chicago and Mrs Edward Stoll,
of Blackburn. Blackburn Record.
ALLEN HEDGK8 died at the
home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs,
Joe Hedges near Norton Sunday
evening at the age - of 21 years,
after a short illness xf typhoid
The funeral services wero held
at the residence Tuesday after
noon conducted by the pastor of
Iter. At the time of, her death she
wm 10 months, and-fifteen days
old; She is new resting In , the
arms of Jesus -who knows all thing
well, and aosme day we hope to
meet her when we shall never'
part She leaves loving parents,
and one llttje brother who shall
miss her every where..
Burial 'occured at Hazel Grove
cemetery Wednesday, Sept. 11.
A loving one from us is gone,
A voice we loved is still,
,' A place is vacant In pur home,
Which never can .be filled.
,'God in liis wisdom has: recalled,
The boon his lqve has-given
' And though the'Jbody 'lurabers
v, alihbht) maxdbn ; utvtiNB, son
"in BoonvlllrsUfv0th-.19125; of R
Gee. Nolke, ono of Sallno Val
ley's prosperous young fa rmcrs,
nndtiss Lenora Taylor, the hand
some daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Taylor of the same vicinity, .were
married Tuesday at 4 p. m. by ReV.
Strassberger, pastor of All Saints
church of West Glasgow at the
home of tho officiating minister,
Clarence Taylor and Miss Mary
Olendbrff wero the attendants. Fol
lowing the wedding a reception
was tendered the young couple by
tho groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
August Nolke, at which the family
and closo friends were present
The young couple has gone to
housekeeping on the Joe F. Glger
farm. We Join in wishing them Joy
nnd prosperity In their now rela
Joe Roettgcn nnd Miss Clara Has
kamp, two of West Glasgow's pop
ular young people were united in
marrlago Tuesday at 9 a. m. by
Rov. Strassberger at All Saints
Catholic church. Tuesday evening
tho bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
nenry Hasknmp, gave a dance In
honor of tho hnppy young couple
nt which a great many friends
wero present The young folks
start out in llfo with bright pros
pect which we hopo will bo fully
Rov. II. C. McAdlo nnd Jacob
Van' D,yko went to Walker, Mo.,
Tuesday to attend Lafayetto pres
bytery. Rov. McAdlo will return
In tlmo to hold regular services at
the First Presbyterian church noxt
Rov. C. B. Lcopcr and wife left
Friday evening for Beaver, Okla.,
i where Mr. Leepcr will take charge
I of the Presbyterian church. Rev.
.w" "1 7; L"P graduated at M. V. C. last
to succeed Dr. McVey as assistant 8Pr,nK nnd ,8 0" of our moat earn to the kitchen Just in time to see
physician at tho Colony. Ho is at "S?U?K " fortwhom weP-,lt -coot out through the backdoor
nrescnt a survreon In aChlcaeo ..." " "
MffhT.tr Via iff
The' Slater Fair
will be heldnext week, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20, 27,
and 28. Fret street attractions are
Trouble in Bunches
W. M. Guren, who hasbcen driv
ing Bud Down's trotting horse,
Baby Prince, at the various falirs,
was atticked at Shclblna while
loading the horse, no was knock
ed down and later fired upon, re
ceiving only a slight wound In his
leg. When ho got to Macon he
wna run Into, knockod out of his
cart and dragged a short piece,
causing him to become very much
bruised. He Is out again.
Anti-Single Tax Meetings
Antl Slnglo Tnx meetings have
been called by the county commit
tee for the following places to
morrowSaturday, Sept. 21. Tho
object of the meetings Is to elect
delegates to n meeting In Marshall
on tho 23d and tho number of
delegates Is given with each town
ship meeting: Arrow Rock 8,
Pralrlo Lawn ' 0, Potter School
nouso 8, Slater 14, Mt Leonard 10,
Mnlt Bend 10, ncrndon 8, Mar
shall 20, Miami 12, Shelby School
House 4, Sweet Springs 10.
A Snake Story
A few dnys ago ablacksnake got
Into tho Larlty kitchen and start
cd on n Journey of exploration
among tho shelves. It soon dis
covered some eggs and swallowed
ono. It then crawled through the
handle of a tin cup and swallow-
Judgo Hiram Ferrll united in
marriage at his office Wednesday
afternoon, John 8. Johnson and
Miss Vera mil, both of Slater. Tho
fudge says they were both hand
some and lovable.
Dr. W. W. Martin of Kansas City
and Miss Laura M. Dysart, of this
city, were married on Sept. 11th,
at tho home of J. J. Klrkpatrick,
Dr. W. n. Black officiating. Tho
brido was reared in tho Klrkpat
rick home and treated and loved
a s a daughter. She taught recent
lv at Moberly but did not accept
tho position this year. She is an
excellent young lady wilth many
friends. The groom is a former M.
V. C. student and later graduated
from a dental college. He Is well
and favorably known here. Im
mediately after the ceremony tho
young couple left for Kansas City,
their future home.
Miss Bessie Walker nnd John
Hess, two of Wanamakcrs' popu
lar young people, were married nt
tho home of A. J. Hurt hero last
Thursday aftcrndon by Rov. B. T.
Wharton. After the ceremony the
happy young folks went to Grand
Pass, where tho bride was sent as
a delegate to the Saline Baptist
Association. They have gone to
housekeeping on the groom's farm
near Wanatnakcr. We Join In ex
Emmett Tnrr, better known as
th "Jnllv Tnr." itinnmnkop nt
ed another. Aftor swnllowlng the Houx Dr0 nnd M Julia aipnn
I. I f. MM. I - '
seconu egg u. iou.iu iv cuu.u ""'were married at the home of tho
go on through the handle of thc;brlde.B mother, Mrs. Alice Sanders
tin cup, nor could It back out. It
began to thresh nbout excitedly
and fell off of tho shelf with a
loud clatter. Mrs. Larlty came In-
hospltal and will como to Marshall
in a short time, no It n aon of
Mrs. Eliza Davis and brother
Will Davis of this city.
Racing at the State Fair
Tho harness races at tho Stato
Fair begin on Monday. September
30 and closo Friday, October 4,
Thoy will bo tho best and most ex
citing ovor witnessed on the splcn
did milo course. Tho mile track at
tho Missouri State Fair Is tho best
in the West, and there Is nothing
but good, clean racing pormltted.
There will be a larger number of
harness and running events each
day. In, tho early x oloslng races
"there arc from twenty to' fifty-two
entries in' each' contest ..ThoMarge
field of starters in each class as-
aures' the-best 'harness, rasing in
years, and nil lovers of spirited con
tests over a mile track can not af
ford to miss a single day of the
At the meeting of Saline Bap-
HI had spent tho day at the dis
tillery and was returning home
on South Jefferson Saturday, Rev.
Clarence nodgc officiating. Their
many friends wish them happiness
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining in tho Marshall, Mo.
post office Sept. 18th 1012. If not
called for In 15 days will bo sent
to the dead letter office Tat Wash-
tist Association nt Grand Pass the rauch the- w0rie tor his day's tlpp
. .. .-'v' I.. ... liner An hn n tin unit tllft store MOM
xoiiowing omcors wore olected: t ' : f . i a m 'i r n
i , r. Rodd camo out .nnd lectured him Ington D. C.
Bolton, 'clerk R L nnlns' trcas- verely for his excessive drinking Mrs. Katio Johnson, Mrs. H. C.
urer. Tho mcctlnjr next venr will " Pcturcd ni ,n tho ruturo Rolng Markel, Mrs. Sarah Thompson, Mrs
So at Betherchurch. ' nb,ut " C0lL"tr w,th t,n H V' Z' . ... - ,
nBKIIi IllIHB, III wuo f(4vvaltJ i.iui ....h.. inn vmi, ii .
cd nnd continued. Homeward in aiuus.
Christian Science subject for
.next Sunday 11 n. m."Mattor." All
Union services have been dis
continued for tho season and tho
churches will have preaching next
Sudnay morning and evening.
The Presbytery of Kansas CUy
met with the Odell Ave. Presby
terian church Monday, Tuesday,
and (Wednesday this woek. Thoro
was a good attendance and many
present The meetings open
were present The meetings open
to the pubic wero much enjoyed.
We had hoped to give a full ac
count "but it was unfortunately
Fell Dead on Street
The young man was a member
of the Mt, Horeb church and his
death at this time in life makes it
a sad one Indeed, but .it was for
tunate that he was prepared to
g. , ... I
ANNA LAURA WRIGHT, the i
ye&r .old daughter and only child
of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wright
died at their home in Malta, Bend
Sunday at 11 'dTm. of iritlamation
of the, bowels. 'The child was sick
only aahofetlifca '
The parentaChVte' the sympathy
of the corn'muAty-in the sad loss
of their. Uttletreasure whlch'they
loved so dearly'. 1 ' .
j jjewUt Davis, Violet 6r twenty
four 'yeairs ani' employe' of B. J
'." 1 1 " i-jjfti' IL.
.t 'thefpaal yeatw)eyVfll',a.t the
iiiiioR.dftDot in St.rL6nls,..was'run
oyer- by; t-raln 8aTturday apddled
fchartfy' af t?f He' a goodirrian
;WffV' like HisHherar pccm
'iswsonusty. w.asii-ana,. was ',wf . .pww'w.'' - - J""1 7,. r . r i
. . '..'.4.',; ' Uwrf t 1M i.t t,h . ' - .V -J.l .sfcBH t. . -i t.
Will Wright, col., for several
years Janitor at the Elks Club
rooms, waa found dead early Tuea
day morning by Louis Fergusoon
and Charlie Stewart on tho walk
in frqnt of the county Jail. Wright
had returned from the excursion
to Chicago Monday afternoon -and
remarked $hat he had consider
able work at tho club Ho was
subject to heart failure anl. this
no daoubt caused his death, the
strain of the trip and later work
bringing on an attack of heart
He is survived by tho wlfo and
threo children, lie was a mem-
jber of tho North StM. E.Church
and of the Masonic lodgo and was
considered a good, steady man.
As ho got off the train Monday
ho remarked to the editor, "'Now
you want to give me, a go6d write
up," but neither of us had any
idea of its nature then, A
Futoeral services were held at
the Nortel Street church yesterday
afternoon and burial in Falrvlew
E. Ji Durilap's drug store at Gil
llam was burglarized last Friday
night, The safe waa blown open
with inltro-glycerlne adn $50 cash
and $S8 worth of Jewelry stolen.
Entrance? wwas made by cutting a'
panel out, ot the rear door. Al
though' the explosion was heard,
nothing -was (IbheLat tlie' time, and
study, no other vehicle being at
hand. As he noared the house tho
snake, which had lately visited
there, wiggled out ot the weeds,
colled In the dust and prepared to
defend Itself from further humili
ation. HI was almost upon it be
fore he saw it and tho snake struck
at him viciously. SclVjig adub m
prepared to smash the snake's
head but seeing the tin cup he was
overcome with compassion. Creep
ing up as close as he dared he
dropped a coin Into the cup, drew
back and passed on the other slide
of the road. Ex.
While eating dinner nt the nay
ob Bros. farm. east of town on
Wednesday ot last week, Emit
Ohlondorf'a separator was burned,
no said they had pulled Into the
field and wero preparing to thresh
after dinner when tho fire occured
They discovered It too late to put
out the fire. Tho direction ot the
wind was. such that the entrine
could i not have sot It afire. Neith
er had thorp been any cause for
friction, so that the crew believes
the machine was set afire.
Among1 our Friends
Sam Alfrey, Nelson.
Henry Smith, Mt. Leonard.
Joe F. Giger, Glasgow.
Mrs, Ruth Duncan Kansas City.
F. G. Fulkerson, Powhatan, La.
Geo, Leaton, Napton.
Wm Frank, 'Slator.
Harriett Giles, Marshall.
A. M, Bader, Marshall
Lucy Barber, Marshall.
Chas. Butler, Nolson.
Jas. E.j DeMoss, Holcomb Kaa.
Sam Giles, Marshall,,
Led Oerding, Sweet Springs.
Vellena Dullard, Sweot Springs.
Jdhi H. Harris, Vale, Ark.
Chas'. Lovercamp. Mt. Leonard.
Miss Elizabeth Evrard, Marshall.
Jesse; Phelps, Belpre, Kansas
Mrs, Pttullria Tracy Marshall.
Miaa Emma Fowler, Napton..
Ray' Singleton, Proctor.jMoJ
' $ ' .III.. I I. II II .L
Marshall Republican $ 1 .00
L. W. VANDYKE, P. M.
, Charity Organizations
An Organized Society for Chari
ties was organlzod at the court
house last Friday evening. The
meeting was the result ot the ef
forts of Miss Frances Napton. G,
A. Radford presided and addresses
wero made by Rev. J. S. Smlth.Rev
C. H. Bohn, Dr. Anderson and
Officers were elected us follows;
Geo. n. Althouse president, Chas.
Potter, A. Poecher, vice-presidents,
Rutus Holloway, treasurer, F. E.
Rlgney, secretary. The visiting
staff will consist of the secretary,
the various aitnlstesr and their as-satants.
The central committco ot tho
Progressive party met at the
County court room at 11 a. m. yes
terday and waa called to order
by J. M. Ancell chairman and pro
ceeded to organize by electing J.
M. Ancell, chairman; W. E. A.Zink
secretary; J. H. Allen treasurer.
The following members were
Marshall, W. E. A. Zlnk.
Cambridge, R. P,. Gwinn.
Salt Pond, C. P. Eisner.
Liberty, J. M. Henley.
Salt Fork, T. E. Mounts.
Grand Pass, Newman Newell.
Miami, n. B. Steele.
Blackwater, J. R. Stolsworth.
German Picnic a Success
The picnic given by the young
people of tho Gorman Evangelical
Church of Grand Pass on Thurs
day the 12th ot September was a
splendid success, and poople from
tar and near were In attendance.
The young people with the help
ot. Messrs F, A. Bauer and Ernest
Hotz, the morchants did not spare
any labor nnd tlmo to make it a
success as it was their first at
tempt and all wore tnexpsrieaced
but did well. Total recepta. were
abqut flBO which netted them a
nice, surplus which will be used
for purchasing an organ for the
Through these lines tho. young
people wish to express their heart
lest thanks, to all who came and
helped and also wish, to. invite air
to cemevkBapk next-year wfceiwe
give aether plehl?s
Card of Thank
We wish to extend to our man
friends our heatrfelt thanka for
their kindness shown during tho
sickness and departure of our
dear little nayden also for lovely
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Owens, ot
Boonvllle, Mr. and Mrs. A, P.
Owens, St Louis, Mr. and. Mrs.
J. Owens, Sedalia, Mr,, and Mrs. 6.
McClure also the aged great grand
father, Rev. L. Bedaworth.
Marriage License .
Geo. Nolke, Gilliam
Lenorn Taylor, Gilliam..
Roger Q. Jones, Sweet Springs.
Birdie Alice Eisner, Sweet Springs.
Emery Kidwoll, Marshall.1 :'J
Ethel Smlthey, Sweet Springs.'
Emmet Tarr, Marshall.
Julia Glenn, Marshall.
John S. Johnson, Slater
Vera Hill, Slater.
Dr. J. M. Barber 'is much better
from, his sick spell.
Bqrn to Will Moore and wife a
daughter, Monday; September! 18.
Mr., and, Mrs. Roscoe Schanz, bt
'BUM Bllr Tl.l. - - i,. . -
'". -lV riYkM .Rtw,;aB da Sept 14th.
One ot Them, 1 aaotfeer and child doing steely,