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Friday, September 3, IW
P iVltid rvffr Thuf dr nd ntcrtt In pott
Ollltt l M.f.h.M, Mo., atcondtUn mailer
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PHONEY TO LOAlk
Terms: SI. 00 per Year in Advance
J. I. WITT, Editor and Proprietor
( OITlce. Hell. 9;
Tolcplioncs: onice, Hornon. 29
( Residence. Hell 466.
The Mexican rebels have been
losing of late and they may be,
making their last stand It seems.
Gov. Hndley last week appointed
Dr. V. H. Ulack as a delegate to
the Seventh Annual Djt-p Water
way convention which will be held
In Little Kock Ark , on Sept. 24th.
I .bstoe money to loan at Ave and ono'half per cent an.
nua! itttere3t,VvUh the privelcgo to tho borrower of paying
any part of principal at any tlmo, and rebato tho interest
L from date of payment.
i Those are liberal terms and if you want money, now is
a good time to got It.
I furnish abstracts and porfect titles to all lands and'
town lots in Saline county. I have b'jyors for Sattno county
farms. If you have one for sale lot me know about it.
(ore exercising the right of fran
chise. They can now vote after
having filed their declarations to
become citizens, or first papers, as
Fine Trip to Chicago
jAri ordinary trip to Chicago Is
of no special interest, but We be
llovc that (ho visit made there by
forty of our (people this week will
Tho special train left here at
4.30 Friday ovcnlnf and as so
many went away we decided to
go along and tako care of them.
Among the Marshall crowd were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlghtshoe,
Mrs. Geo. Young and daughter,
Mrs. John Irvine, Misses Dora Leo
nard and Helen Huff, Al Darling,
Dr. Will Sharjt, Geo. Glgcr, the last
two of Saline City; Clarence ninck
burn W. E. Thebold, Bernard
Winston, J. J. Campbell and wife
and Mr. Wcavor of Shackelford,
and a good delegation of colored
At Chicago some attended to
A young merchant recently prc-
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Rpntcu 10 nts uciior nan an cwo-1 At cnicntro some
orate piano Limp. He was much I business while others sought picas
rlnttrtrnft L1tnn alii, tntrl Mm ulip t nHn Tl. Inllnn uAHt , rtt.n.
II. I ooker, Manhattan iioici,, raUy rcferrc,i, to by this class Intended to give It hlsname untll(keo by boat, or to tho parks or
ork, national lrogrcssic .,,, i10 nsknd her reason for so nscul-i tluvttrn nr n tfcn flvinw n,i.
lar n proceeding. "Well," she s.ild,'test. The attractions were all
"you know" dear It has .1 great! (rood. The flying contest ndded
deal of brass about it, it is hand- Sptce by killing two aviators,
some to look at, requires a great J Xcnrly all visited Lincoln Park,
deal of attention, so remarkable a remarkable place In the suburb
i low tho other amendments on the brilliant, Is sometimes unsteady on ! 0f the city. Here nre to be scon
billot na here indicated : its legs, uaoie to expiouc wneii nuu nnimais in captivity, green-
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abolition of oni nn,, liare3 "i' "ctrtoiun- iiuuBCH, mueeum, cic. xne nniman
mciuuc nvery large nnd varied
collection from elephants to mice.
This in Itself is quite a show.
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treaourer, requests persons in sym a registration of vot-
vathy with tho cause to send con-; W Louis County,
trlbutlons to carry on the work. . cr
1 will be submitted under the Inltl-
army . atlvo and referendum and will lot
General Kogl, Japanese
commander and his wife the Coun
tess Nogl, committed suicide at tho
m t 4 La Tfi t.nnnftn nirt-1 . .l.lf. n i
I lirit-Till Ul till; llivu Hiniin-uv Til V1UIIIU IUI tl II . ' . , . . . t.(
... ..' ..i.i t...i. 1 '? i nllv It is nlways out at bodtlmo
peror, accurimiB iu mi " ' taxes upon ihtbuii.ii iiruvii;, . . i , ii
Inese custom. .San that owned by public service " bound to smoke."
. i .nt.x TtiU In wll.lt IB Annnnlltlff in lllf Pll Prill fl TlmfR
i .inr,i,. nv .imPnd- i,q. r, riifhitni nh innn in in- T,c collection of birds Is remnrk
An onthuslastls Taft man re- " n , ntt" Tt"v.. ,.n nf able and one reaches the conclus-
turned from a northwestern trip he tntc board of mlr reader9 w'ho,0 ve-Wy lsabov''" " ?M ho next too Im
f t nrnl ttMtlln flUflV (flOK ' i OUl Jill 1 UK l"'- ww ..... .. . . rvMial til f In InVnnf n n off if n m mm
lant wtT.f " . . i.i. n.i .a ..hai nn tUn f nil r i' Init Tlin .' M -, "jwm
.everal polls of the trains he was 0"r. r:'",V', m fm lh, wl-howi., as they are there
on. When asked the
said "There nre more
(here than one would imagine,
L IZ oouaUiation and providing forthc question, telU the following: The, ' anyin.ng
he was ua""" t .LrfMn now. mmn fmm h u.P,tlshown, ns they arc there it
r fools up ax comm U Ion. oe composed of v of the Cherokee nation .'bPC-, colors and sizes and wi
Persons. This amenLentls that. Toy climbed a corn stalk to 'Very reak i.nab o such
a companion piece to the slncle tat sec how tho corn was getting "f.0. "...
proposition. along, and. now the stalk is grow " 1 u
While on the special train to AHthorIzIng the opening of the Ing up faster than the boy can; on tlm , long as Us
t.i r. . nv ni'mi nir. tup pui- . .. . t ...i i. i. i .i.in. r mn uown. i iircu men nnvn un- . . "
tor and Dr. Braecklcln of Hlgglns- thnt crmc ngaingt the election law dertnken to cut the stalk down
vllle took a poll of the male pa-hllVe been committed, and which with axes and save the boy from
Bengcra with the following result: r(Jul(, on,y bo 08tnbH,hed nftcr nn starvation, but grows so fast thnt
Wilson 01, Hoosevelt 49, Taft 23, pxamtnaijon f the contents of the they cannot hack twlco in tho
Debs 2. The passengers were from Wm t,,.,. bv fnp the ioncct same place. He Is living on noth
the Democratic section of Missouri. n, , nmnmlmnnfu. It waHnro Ing but raw corn, and alroady has
On the return trip the Wilson men at tho isUn5C 0( the Wo- thrown down four bushels of cobs.
arguei mai ino vote w um mnn's Chriiitlan Temperance Union
because It was taken before reach- Provi(ine for n mi tax for sup- to Jiavo n-lven thin Idna of wh.it ri
el Louisiana, Mo. So they took . of thp otatc universlty, the uKion : "Lots of folks that
another pon invmncoca nnu v- tato normils ana the puuuc
ported ns follows: Wilson 63 1 gchoobi, the tax to be divided
Hoosevelt 55; Taft 21, Dobs 1 Tho pqnaHy,
Democratic stronghold of J;01- R wlu bo observed that cduca
lann turned out a regular "Moose tIonnimisurcs constitute the head
nest." After analysing tho vote . ... . tirnnn,.,i M,.inD.nii
, In the constitution.
plcte without a visit to this park.
There arc other interesting parks
Chicago Is salld to lead tho
world In the printing Industry and
the editor was anxious to sec tho
latest machinery and we, wore
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A converted cowboy Is reported ;dcrful recont InVcntons , , t.
Ing, elcctrotyplng nnd typo cast
ing, Machinery which was amar-
tho Rooscvelters became very en
thusiastic nnd bellovo It Indicates
a Hoosevelt victory in Missouri..
Tho adoption of nlnglo tax In
II 1 ...n..l.t Immmllnlnlv .IK'n'
back all forolgn capital necking
Investment In tho State of Missouri
Capital Is not cowardly, but ex
cessively cautious nnd will not
enter any locality whore economic
conditions arc unsettled or uncer
tain. AVero Missouri to ndopt
nlnglo tax, no eastern money would
be offered for lonn In tho state. All
tho multiplied millions of life in
suranc company and other outuldc
money now Invested, In Missouri
farm mortgagos would be recall
ed Immediately on their maturity,
and the farmer, being unable to
borrow olsowhere, would simply
have, to sacrifice his farm to pay
tho mortgage. Missouri farmers
had a slight taste of this thing n
few years ago when tho people
blindly adopted tho mortgage tax
amendment to tho constitution, tho
effect of which was to drive much
money from tho state and advance
the Interest rates within. Tho
consequence of that amendment,
bad ns they were, wore but a drop
in tho bucket when compared with
the disastrous results which would
follow tho adoption of the single
Vote on 9 Amendcnts
Jefferson City. Sept. 16. Nino pro
Pobou amendments to tho consti
tution will be submitted to thevot
ers of Missouri at tho November
election. Fivo of these were sub
rnittod by the last legislature and
four und'or Initiative and referen
Thoro have, boon inquiries made
as to tho nature of these amend
monta nnd tho order In which thoy
win appear upon tho official hal
lot. The secretary of state has
hod tho amendments printed In
the order In which thoy will ap
pear on the, ballot.
The amendments aro aa follows:
Keduoing the minimum age at
wh!ch children can enter tho pub
He schools from 6 to 5 years.
Authorizing St. LouU County to
impose a special tax of five cents
on the $100 assessed valuation for
constructing sewers andwatcr sya
Authorizing cities of the third
and fourth classes to vote forty
cents on mo gigo assessed valiu
Hon tor public buildings.
Changing the naturalization laws
no as to require) aUeo to take out
thafr full naturaikatloB papm be
would really like to do right think
that serving the Lord means shout
ing themselves hoarso praising His
name. Now I tell you how I look
nt It. I'm workln' here for, Jim.
Now if I'd sit around the house
I hero telUn'what a good fellow Jim
Is und slngln' songs to him and
gettln' up in tho middle of; the
night to serenade him. I'd get
fired mighty quick. Dut when I
bucklo on my chaps and hustle
out among the hilUt nnd boo that
Jim's herd is nil right, nnd not
suuerin' tor iceu or water, or
beln' oft the range and branded
by cattle thieves, then I'm servlln'
Jim as ho wanU ho served."
noston Transcript Origgs:
hear that tho Wheelers have actu
ally sold their home to buy an au
tomobile. Wrlggs: Thnt's all right
They're out In it so much they do
not need a home."
"That daughter of Smith's . up
stairs must bo a firm believer In
tho Scriptures," remarked Mr. Flat
dweller, wearily passing a hand
across his foreheau, "Why?" In
quired his wife. "WelL sho
boon nlavintr tho nlano all
morning and novor onco has she nolRhbor camo over and said that
let her loft hand know what hen tno volco nelongeu. to a parrot and
right hand was doing I" that the fam'ly was. not at homo,
.., ,J The story Is going tho rounds
i-cu,.i ufu nun KiH"K marricu tbllt nrettv vonnij. l.iHv .to,l
f f -"n j v
Into a music store in a neighboring
town tho other day. Sho tripped
up to tho countor where tho now
clork waa assorting music, and In
bwccicsi tones nsKeu: "Have you
Klssou mo In tho Moon?" (The
clork turned half way around and
An Abilene paper relates that n
bill collector remained on a certain
front porch n half day recently be
cnuso every tlmo he knocked, a
has volco from tho Inside cried: "Well,
tb wait a minute." After six hours a
In balloons, though any kind of
marriage Is risky enough.
If unyone has doubts an to the
power of tho proBS let them be dis
pelled at once. The following par
agraph from tho columns of a
Michigan weekly is conclusive on
UWjng lO me OVCr- nnnnrnpiwl. (tit .i- i .i.
. " , , 7" " man nt the other counter. I've been
a number of births and deaths horn nnlv nv. U,UM 1 ' Deen
were unavoidably postponed
An oxchango tells of three of
Card of Thank
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...... illv ,r,em,H nna neighbors, especially
first will not drink water unless Mr. 8. M. Leonard nrf .15
LJ?""?!?."' -' P' Montgomery and sl-tor
3. T: ' w ,1,nuiy lo flUB8 Dora nyaN who so kindly as
write anvthllncr but n nmjiii v,nn i..i i , jr
- .u ... -. . v r . . i uhu sympamiBoa witn us
as It "Wastes Ink to tn.lkn InriFn W .1.. , . , . .. . -
. i .. ,, .... uui.Hji iiineHB ana acath olf.our
i?V,Zih hth 1llng baby and may0'" we
,...b..w lllu wear anatear sometlmo repay them for their
..r:...AlLf them. kindness show'n'us in Thibt
;VnnVir "vcm8nt In way. other than
,w . ammuio Bir.lin WOrOB,
on tlielr spectacles to read. Mr. nnd Mrfl 0rv,Uo Crump
What Atis You)
Mttei, stomach inn pr burn, foul bre.tb, duxy S
II TOB Imt any ooB.IJef.bIo number of tin
m. orpM Krcr with fadttbaTw diZ2I. -
Df. Piroe'. QoMea Medical DUcorerVu ra!
Iwewa to BBBdloal uk.1,. . CT
rfa Urer JaTKorXw, ttOM.ch tonic. fcWrf
watotor amd awnr Urtthtatr.
MWC Maati. WwU'i - ----- Miuj iZJZtZ? ""'TT --SHi
vol ton years ago, or oven two
years ago is alroady obsolcto and
in some enso ready to bo dumped.
The printer who had a 83000
Michle book press five years ago
would talk of It with pride. To
day the same work is dono on a
new rotary printing and folding
tho finest paper costing $25,000 a
ploco and doing tho work of mnny
of the old stylo nt n speed not
dreamed of throe years ago. Wo
visited tho largest plants nnd
found remarkable progress every
where. The Hall Printing Co., for
instance, which wns printing the
big Montgomery Ward & Co. cata
logues, luifl 2500 employes.
A type casting machine which
wo installed two years ago, lias
been succeeded by n later invon
t(on winch enables tho now ma
chine to trlplo its capacity. This
machine was the latest Invention
twpyara- agoj our trip. was
made: especially to aco tho' new
machine and wo decided to , add,
two bf them to our equipment in
Marshall as soon as wo got a fev
dollars, ahead It will tako only
91000, so we hope to do 11 soon
Other inventions, in our line. were
equally Important but our readers
would grow tired to hear of them
Having a sister .attending Moody
institute, wo visiteu tno placo and
got another surprise. This great
Bible Training School was estab
lished by D, S. Moody and is inter
denominational. At present thorp
are 500 students there preparing
as missionaries or evangelists. The
buildings nre largo and modern,
but it would take too long to Rive
a description of them or of we dlt
ferent departments of the work.
Tho institution moans much to
Chicago and tho world at large as
Its influence Is great. The Btudents
go out over tho city at regular
times to preach and sing nnd help
along in other ways, at tho same
time getting practice In their
Early Sunday morning we went
out to Bvanston to visit an aunt
Mrs. Sophia Schaad, whom we had
not seen for 35 years. We found
her nicely situated and a most
Interesting lady. She Informed us
that another aunt had died sever
al weeks ago and that she was the
last survivor of our aunts, being
71 years old.
Sunday at 10.30 a.' m, ahe. accom
pajiied ua to the great Moody
Church where wehad the pleasure
oi hearing Dr. Inglis, a well known
London pastor, whose sermon waa
fine, In the afternoon we attend
ed the Moody Sunday School,
which that 'day had an enrollment
61 i.ltf. Of course this vast num
ber can not meet In one hall ao
they are distributed, through the
varioua chattels ' of , the church and
tV'Unj' Tu.lllul. ' rrl. J. .l,r'
mi ."wj: .11..11WV.. .iib hiih
was as inspiration. One. thing were somewhat disappointed in
that impressed us waa tho fact the small number of pretty girls
that the colored people mingled aboard buf they didn't let those
with the others without attracting become lonesom.e. When Clarence
notice. We -were told that there Blackburn waa asked why he waa
was no distinction made between not married ho Jerked off his hat
the white and .colored members of and said, "See that crop? I'm the
the Church and Sunday school. only single Blackburn and the on
. Most of the persons making tho ly Blackburn who is not bald head
trip to Chicago were pleasure bent cd." This set the boys to thinks
and a good tlmo was had going Ing and It seems to be a choice for
and coming. Tho young men them notf botween wigs and wives.
The Meriden Creamery Co.
VVIL.L pay you the highest market price in cosh
v for your cream. We are located opposite
Beckman's Hotel. 35tf
B. McGINNESS, Local Manager.
Which One Will You Take?
80 ncrcs, well Improved, largo wcll.S one mile from town
f ISO per aero.
109 lacrcs, well Improved, 2 acro orchard, good land nt 142.E0,
can hnndlo on $1000,00, bnlanco on easy terms.
123 acres, fairly well Improved, r.car nood town, $55.00 per ncro
160 ncrcs, finely Improved, laud Rently lolling, ncur Mnrsliall,
$140.00 por ncro.
400 acres, tnodcrato Improvements, best Innd in County, can
bo divided Into two farms, $100.00 por ncro.
Wo compile Abscrncts showing records In full. Mako loans on
favorablo terms. Write flro Insurance 40
Drop In and sec us - You aro always welcome.
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