MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11(1912.
MRS. J. W. tusan-iiii,
John W. Koenlg, Neloon
Hilah Ethel Ward, Nelson.
Ed W. Schmidt, Mascontah,
Anna Peuster, Slater.
Henry Moellcr, Slater.
Laura Peutter, Slater
Fred Jackson, Slater
Ploy Agco, Slater
Nelson West, Arrow Hock
Rosa Johnson, Black,wator
Geo. L. Tollvor, col., Slator
Myrtle Brltt, col., Slater
R. S. Maupln, Shackelford.
Ada Boatrlght, Marshall
ter nf Honrv Dlosser, of Blosser,
died at her homo In Jefferson
City Saturday evening, Oat. 5th,
of typhoid fever, aged. 51 years
She la survived by the sorrow
ing huaand, three children Misses
Allle, Annie nnd Harry as well as
her agtod fathctr and five broth
er, as follows: E. J. and Louie
Blosser, of Blosser Jooseph, of , Roy Marsh Clark, Slater
Rosehurg, Ore.; Young Blosser, of , Rosa A. Llneborry, Slater
Norway, Kansas; Wm, oi spring- uawaru, u. neir, slater
Mrs. Heskctt was a faithful
memher of the Christian church
and a conslutant christian. She
had bean in poor hoalth during
the summer and visited Hot
Springs for relief. Shs was bed-
last only two wccks.
Efflc Dickson, Slater
Chester , Laughlln, Marshall.
Docla Ostcr., Marshall,
Met Monday night, Oct 7.
present except Harvey
Funeral services were held ht and Dr. Welch.
Union cemetery west of Marshall
Tuesday conducted by her pas
tor from Jefferson City. A largo
number 'were present to pay their
l last respects to this good lady.
MARTHA HOUSTON, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
nouston, of Malta' Bond, died at
their homo about 0 o'clock Sun
day morning nftor an Illness of
rmlv a dav. The news camo as n
aovero shock to our pooplo aB It pftlHiedt
was the tmru cm a inoy uayoiu0i 0rdlance7 awarding ordln
and It was hoped that the dear nncolNo 125( 0xng th(J gradM Qf
Ordinance 421, awarding R. W.
Cowan and J. N. Fellow the con
tract for constructlngcurblng on
both otdes of Summit street from
Lafayetto Are. to u line 363 feet
west of tho west lino of Elsworth,
Ordinance 426, awarding to A.
Jolcks and company tho contract
for paving and grading Summit
street from tho west lino of La
fayetto Avo., to a lino 360 feet
west of tho west line of Elsworth
Real Estate Transfers
Tom Markam to J W Rlsslor
140 acres 21-49-23 12600
Carrie Oaks to Louie King 80
acres 3-48-22 6000
Louis King to Carrlo Oaks' lots
7; 8, 9, block 4 Laughllns add
S Sweet Springs 2500
Susan I Baker to Harret Bridg
es ot al lot 7, block 17, W,
Estate of William Odcll by
Sheriff to Mike Jacoby lot 8
block 18, English addition
Same to James M. Odcll 70 acres
In 2-50-21 7000
R E Staples to Noland Tay
lor lots 33, 4 block 3 (Kelson 1
Louis F Hudson to Robert
fa Snow accretions In 20,
Georgo M Illto to Henry C
'Lewis land In 35-50-23
Williams J Lcmp Brewing Co
to L. C. Warnor & W. L.
EHson lot 29, block 2, Slater.
M Harriet Bridges ct al to
Robin A Powell lot 7 block
Susan C Morrison to Hormnn
Renkcn lot 12 block 12
Laughlln add Sweet Springs 1760
Pen B. Bonton to Jan M Ben
ton "lot 9 Wares addition
Sweet Springs l
Qcorge W Smith to Isaiah
Jones lot 32 block 4 Waxes
addition Sweet Springs 150
. i in
to grow up. wnon u war. wen .... ordinance 428, providing for' tho
they did all In their powor to snd nrtrucllon of a new granitoid
It, but without avail. sldownlk nlong tho west side of
She was born April 13, 1911, and JotjJ 8 and ( b,ofck 1(J n Co,.
was nearly 18 months old. She was , nddltIon pMfled Specifications
considered a healthy child until for Mne fe(1
this attack. Committee reports that asaoss-
Funornl services were held Mon'ora book nro correct
J Any at 2 o'clock after which the 0n mot,on to cIoflC
( emalns woro laid to rest In theljus1Cj.4 hous08 nn Sundny Jpcnd
Malta uenu wnif, ' and votod as follows: .Mitchell,
numoor irom DnrndB( Pemberton and Roso vot
'tho city, passed.
The parents liavo po commun
ity's heartfelt sympathy In their
MRS, ANNA MARY (KIEnL)
KRUGER died at her homo 3
miles north of Arrow Rock Thurs
day, 8eptcmbr 29, 1912, aged 03
years 5 months anu somo uajo.
nor husband, Wm. F. Krugor.i
preceded hor to tho gravo six
teen yoars ago. Throo chlldron
arc 'also dead. Sho loaves eight
children, nonry, Mrs. Wm. Drcxel,
of Osago County, August, Mrs. R.
roUter, Willie Mrs. D. n. Mclllos,
of St. Louis; Ida, Anna and Louis,
to mourn hor departure. Funeral
services were held tho following
day conducted by Rov. KUntworth
and her remains, were Interred In
tho Luthorn cemetery near Little
Rock. Arrow Rock Statesman.
Ing NO; nuff and Allen YES.
Saarlcs and accounts allolwod.
Tho clork was instructed to ad
veirUso for coal bids.
,MR8i JULIA F. 8COTT died at
the homo of hor daughter, Mrs.
Phllln Jacobl at Roping Tuesday
after aaliort Illness of diabetes,
aged 71 years, Sho Is survived by
h dauorhter named and E. M.
Scott, a son at Kansas City; A. B
Scott and Miss Llzzlo Scott, a son
and daughter at home.
Mrs. Scott wan a good Christian
lady and faithful member .of the
Her funeral was conductod Wed
nesday by Rov. Reod And burial In
Heath's Creek cemetery.
Adolph Weber, a prominent
young farmer of oast of town
had an unfortunato occlacnt on
Wednesday. While oiling his
windmill his right hand was
caught In tho cogs and terribly
bruised. Soveral of our physicians
woro called and It wasp found nec
essary to amputato tho first fin
ger. Wo hope nothing further will
doy elope to cause htm trouble with
the hand. Mr, Weber Is a brother
of Mrs. L. J. Rasso of this city.
MRS. M. A. GARRETT died at
tho homo of hor daughter, Mrs.
Bailee, north ot town on the' Bush
farm Tuesday ovonlng about, ill
p, m. of heart failure .at the age
of 92 years. SWa atfc a. hearty
supper ana won in nor usuai
health at tho time. She and .her
daughter's family 'have resided
hero only a few weeks. Funeral
advices woro held "yesterday af
ternoon and burial In Rldgo Park
On Tuesday afternoon at Wi, at
tho home of tho brldo's parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boatrlght, Miss
Ada Boatrlght ana Robert Mau
nln wero united In marriage.
To the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, tho bridal couple,
unattended, descended the stairs
passed through tho sitting room
Into tho ceremony room and took
their position boforo a beautiful
backirround of autumn loaves
where they woro mot by Rev
A. R. Farls, of .Marshall, who spoke
Dr. W. H. Black assisted In dedi
cating tho. Second Presbyterian
church at St. Joseph Sunday.
The Ladles Aid society of the
First Presbyterian church met at
tho Jail Tuesday afternoon and nt
night tho elders and deacons at
tended a "Joint" meeting. No,
gentle readers, there's no sensation
In this. The ladles.' met with Mrs.
Ed Haynlo and tho gcntlcmon mot
at tho church.
Tho Mt. Olive Presbyterian
church had a big day Sunday. Rev.
Price, the pastor, was assisted by
Evangelist 8heltman of Louisville,
Ky., and In tho afternoon Rov. R.
C McAulo of this, city preachcu.
Also. At noon thoro was a big
basket dinner. Many from Mar
shall and other points attended tho
Sunday afternoon service. Tho
revival services being hold there
Rev. H. P. Jones, the, new pas
tor of tho M. E. Church, camo In
this week nnd preached his first
sermon uunaay morning anu
again that night, nis sermons
wore very satisfactory to nis
hearers. Bro. Jones seems to bo
a cultured and educated gentle
man as well as an excellent
preacher and our peoplo'aro very
much pleased with him., nis wife
and children arrived Monday
and his household goods came
Thf ,wedd4ng of Miss Pearl Flan
agan and Mr. George Roberts was
celebrated at the home of the
brje ntothor, Mrs. Mary Flana
gajtlW Oak St., Kansas City, Mo.,
Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 8.39 p. m.
, The house was beautifully dec
orated with n profusion of car
nation and ferns, the color scheme
of pink and whlto being carried
throughout the rooms.
While Miss Delia Blsonetto play
ed softly the strains of Lohengrin's
wedding march the bridal party
descended the stairway, through
the hnll Into thi living room where
they stood before a bank of palms
,The bride wore n gown of white
Pioseallno beautifully trimmed with
old lace and pearls and carried a
shower boquct ot bride's roses.
Miss. Goldto Flanagan, as brides
maid, was becomingly gowned In
pink crepe do chine and carried a
shower boquet of pink ten roses,
Mr. Roberts was attended by Mr.
Bert Flanagan n best man.
The Rov. Chester Smith of the
noward Memorial Methodist
church performed tho ring cere
mony after which Mr. and Mrs.
Melvln Wlmsct rendered several
A delightful repast was served
themany guests, Miss Mnbcl Grass
leyrprolded at the punch bowl.
Mrs. Flanagan was nsslstod by Mrs
L. if. Urban, Mrs. Frank Zetncr
anttJIlns Pearl Bobbins.
Mr. Roberts was formerly a
resident of Marshall and is now
Interested In the firm of Urban &
Roberts, grocery of Kansas City
Mo. Mrs. Roberts Is a lovable
young lady and we arc assured of
their future happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. narry Roberts, ot
Marshall, attended tho wedding.
After October 15th Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts will bo nt homo to their
tnfcny friends nt 3152 Oak St., Kan
sas City, Mo. A guest.
Among our Friends
Tho following wero new subscrlb
era or renowed the past week.
L. A. Doughty, Marshall.
Henry Clay, Marshall.
W. A. Hill, Marshall
Henry Hayob, Marshall.
J. M. Hcrndon, Marshall.
W. B. Barnhlll, Coffeyvlllc, Kas.
Mrs. Chas. Edgar, Slater.
Ernst Hotz, Grand Pass,
n. J. Bargcr, Shackelford.
G. A. Davenport, Marshall.
J. C. Mlkels, Mt. Leonard.
Chas. Wamstaff, Hamburg, la.
Miss Maude England, Macon, Mo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Meacumcclo
brated their tenth wedding annl-
voralty on Sunday, Oct, 6th. The
iruests wero Mr. and Mrs. John
Brown and sons, John nnd Frank
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Bader ttnddaugh
ter, "Mary nnd two sons, John and;
Frank nnd Mr. Johnston. At 12
was pleasantly spent In games
and muuslc After a late hour tho
" . It... ii.l... it.-
guests departed wishing Mr. and ,.X V J , 1
tho project. "The need of a Nation
al Highway from coast to coast,"
antil .Mr. HlnViprllnir. "linn horn nn
Eat More Dogs in Dresden , obvious that its possibility, in fact
Tw.,1nn. Oct.. 7 Offtclnt stalls- Its nlmost definite assurance,.
tics puubllshed In this apparently1 "ocms to be the most natural thing
flourishing Saxon city show 'In the world. Tho plan proposed
that tho consumption of horse-! by C. G. Fisher of Indianapolis is
firH nml doirftesh Is Increasing tho first practical plan to my
Tho figures relate to the last four knowledge, that has been advanc-
fr, mimi.i.r nf linrnB fdmnrMer "in pledging tts pro-ratn or
cd for human food in 1898 wan approximately $300,000, tho Good-
1,339 and ot dogs 82. LaBt pjr Tf 11 Huooir uo. reels
1,661 horses and 125 dogs wero that they havp done nothing rc-
slaughtcrcd for food. The gen- marKaoie or unscimn. we loot up
Miss Mattle Bentlcy ot this city
and Percy Giilosplo of Nelson,
wero married In Kansas City Mon
day 1y Rov. Roberts at his rcsl
donee. Both tho bride and groom
are employed at the Colony and
thoywlll remain there for the win
tor. Tho brldo Is n daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Bentley nnd Is
a most excellent young lady. Tho
groom Is tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Albert Gillespie and Is a steady en
terprlslng young man
Thoy loft nftor the ceremony for
Horton, Kansas, on a week's visit
to tho bride's slstor and brother.
Wo Join In wishing thorn a long
and happy married life.
John Rhoadca and Mrs, Kate
Smith wore married In Slater by
Rov. W. F. Roborbs last Friday
Following tho ceremony they left
for a visit to Kansas City and
C 1 ... If. DI.I...U.
Ztll M'flmi,m U d drably kn0wn('hero
comfortably loocatod In Gilliam, , . ... ' . . .
Wo predict nn agreeable pastor
ato for him. Gilliam piobe.
The Rev. Hugh P. Lovell, pastor
In charge ot tho Christian church
at Nelson, has had quite an inter
esting romance woven about his
recent marriage In Kansas City.
Rov. Lovell Is by birth from Aus
tralia and ono of his regrets when
the solemn and Impressive words,! America woa that he
,mi, mi,ri hm mrm And wife. I was t aU horo fo" lts Intended
After the ceremony Mr. a'ad Mrs. '"better half" woa about 8000 miles
Maupln received congratulations j0 Mm An distant Australia. It
..4 ia v, n,,ii 'was another case of absenco mnk-
w nriWNING brother 1 6f'ad, carried brlda 51, ' The
, at his horn ; ? Great FaUs, ' . , . .
i.-Jt rriUXv . TTa nnrler. ThelCOUple left
went 'an imK
ln w,nm. lvhrR rf rft)lhtintH of InB the heart grow fonder. Tho
cream, cake, cbffoo and mints wero LoveU attended Transylvan
sorvedf tho wedding 'colors, plnk uverlty at Louisville, Ky., and
and white, being carried out In the Missouri university at Columbia
cream, cake, and mints. Misses wher0 '"L8 completing his college
Ruth and Margaret Boatrlght wen ""T: !v?.rK1"? on.tho. 0,.a P.rin
assisted by Mildred Boatrlght and
Edna and Evelyn Thomas In' serv
ing the guests, The bride's cake
surroundedi .by real autumn' loaves
made an attractive centerpiece.
The bride, was becomingly dress
ed in a simple toilet o-S white voile
clplo that "nothing is single" he
was (recently united in marriage to
Miss Dora Fisher who made the
trip from Adelaide, Australia, to
become Jils bride. Boonvllle Re
publican. Rov. E. M. Turner, pastor of
tho Free Will Baptist church, -Is
conducting a successful revival. Ho
has six Candidates for baptism for
Sunday, Oct 2ftth,
nnd In Slater. Ills bride 1 also
highly respected In hor town and
Cheater1 Laughlln nnd Miss Docla
Ofltor-wero united In marriage by
Rov. R. C. McAdle at tlw Presbyter
lan manse Tuesday evening. The
groom la tho son of Mr. and Mrs
Will Laughlln and tho bride the
daughter of Chas. Ostor ot south
of town. Wo Join In wishing them
along nnd happy married life.
Row and Mrs. James Mitchell of
South. Urunswlck have announced
the coming marriage on Oct. 23d
of their daughter, Miss Callle Bell
to Mr. Llewellyn Jdncs.
Coast to Coast Highway
Indianapolis, Oct. t, 1912 Impetus
to the tunc of $300,000, has been
given the proposed Ocean-to-ocean
National Highway by tho Good
year Tire & Rubber Company of
Akron, Ohio. Over ono million dol
lars has already been pledged, and
some of the largest makorn of auto
mobiles and accessories have yet
to be heard from.
Tho plan, as originally outlined
by Carl G. Fisher of Indianapolis
nnd his associates, provides for
the purchase of materials for the
building of nstono highway from
New York to San Francisco to be
completed In time for general use
to the Pnnnma Exposition In 1915.
It will take ten million dollars to
provide $5,000 worth of material
for each mile but one-tenth of the
amount has already been secured
nnd tho surface has not been
"We'll do It," says Mr. Fisher.
"The only thing that I nm anxious
I time for the Big Fair.'
F. A. Slebcrllng, President of
oral consumption of flesh In
Dresdon has fallen per capita of
population from 9.60 pounds In
1911 to 8.75 pounds this year. The
fall Is, of courso, less noticeable
In tho cheaper than In the dejrer
Friends of temperance will henr
with pleasure that tho per capita
consumption of beer In the Saxon
capital Is steadily declining. In
tho lost twelve years It has feu
from 433 pints to 233 pints. It
must be explained, however, that
the decrease is duo, not to the
spread of tho tcmporanco cause
so much as to a decrease in the pur
chasing power of tho people.
on tne pieuge as a movement on
which we will expect to realize dlv
Idcnds. The fact that the Indus
try Is supporting this move argu
es, to my mind, that the manufac
turers look upon the project in the
"In my opinion, the move will
succeed It deserves to succeed,
nnd the men behind It arc calculat
cd to see that anything they back
gets Its desserts. In other words,
they ore business men and It tak
es business men, not politicians, to
do nil of tho really big things of
The State Convention of the
United Daughters of tho Confed
eracy will bo held with the Robert
E. Lcc. Chapter In tho Southern
Methodist Church in Marshall, Mo.
Oct, 15, 16, IT. TO' this convention
you nre cordially invited.
Lulu E. Lamkln, president.
Mrs. G.E. C. Sharp, secretary.
' ' Public Sales
Azo C. Potter will have his sale
of stallions, Jn'cks, horses, cattle
and hogs on his farm north of
town on Wednesday, Oct. 16th,
commencing 10 a. m.
A New Story
Our new story "Secretary of
Frivolous Affairs," arrived yester
day but too lato for this week's
paper. It's n stcmwlndcr, watch for
It next week.
Fred Jackson and Miss Floy
Ageo nnd soveral young lady
friends came up from Slater In an
nuto Wednesday and tho couple
took out license to marry nnd
went to Rov. B. T. Wharton's to
have the ceremony performed.
When asked for particulars, Mr.
Jackson said they wanted to keep
It n secret, so wo of course prom
ised to tell no one.
Among the Sick
John w. aoiomon, ono or our
.highly respected cltizons, is very
111 na a result of a paralytic stroke
last week, no lives at 479 South
Miss Helen Terrell, daughter
E. D. Terrell, of aouthwo.it
town has boon seriously 111 of ty
phoid fover this week.
' Dr. H. n. Wobb was called to
Sedalla this week by tho serious
illness of his slstor.
Bertha Talton, daughter
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining In the Marshall, Mo
post office Oct. 9th, 1912. It not
called for In 15 days will bo sent
to tho dead letter office at Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. Mary Brown, Miss Mabel
Brown, Mbs Llllle Clark, Sallie
Drake, Mrs. G. II. Dickson, Miss
Cora narrls, Fanny Porter, Mrs.
Susla Patton, Mrs. Lula Townsend.
E. Conn, W. P. M. Cane, F. II.
of Conrad, Vivian Cunningham, 2, W.
ter (or a
was 01 ,n .l. ci t. c.u c, :
gloves to "
y 1 iewis urown, 01 awter, passed
way oacic , irom Ban .springs ,wun
i 1 1 i .. i n. V li T.'ur
to ta4e ch'iw-ge on Jamwy 1st; Mr.
kM. t v . : j -.ir.t.
Lost Good Mule
Jns. Culbertson, of Blue Lick, lost
n good mule Saturday In an un
usual manner as well as rather
mysteriously, ne let Jos, Mulllh-
caux.and family have a mule team
to drlvo to Now Frankfort that
day on a visit to J. M. Holloway's
near that place. -The drive la not
a very long one and Mr. Mullin-
eaux was careful with tho toam.
At seven that, night the route be-
caas,.ik, tend died during the
. . - - 1 " .T. .wp.w WW mm
.w-aterl fcueketij, Veterinarians, con
IhoV deth ti f was
Caa .tht$ thbjllw had
orwew out , nare, MA.mt are asuj
that atUy, BulllMcmW, bus
ceptlble. to In Kbswrl and Jor-
vmw,9iy iimy art: aitwell and
Grant Tnlton. eol.. of R.if Mn-.T. .Tnhnnnn. Wllllft Johnson. Wm.
shall, Is very low of typhoid ,fever. Ophleld, nenry Robinson, Monro
Mrs. nowell narrls is still very Wllkerson.
Ill of typhoid fover. I L. W. VANDYKE, P. M.
1 NOTICE! I
We will holtJour Annual Hog Sale
Tuesday, October 22.
A fine lot of tried sows and
bpars. Spring shoats and Summer
Stedem's Stock Farm
R. F. D; NO, 3
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