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Friday, October 11, 1B13
Pikllahxl ti r Thurtdar and altrd In patt
Olllca at Maratiall, Ma., acand-laaa mailer
Terms: SI .00 per Year in Advance
J. I. WITT, Editor and Proprietor
f ornco. ncii. o:
Telephones: Ofllce, Herndon, 2D
( Residence, Dell 496.
Clarence n. Tucker, of Slater, tun
been named na tho Republican tan
dldato for state oon.itor (or this
district. The place had been vacant.
"money to loam
I have money to loan at five and one-half per centan. I
nual interest, with the privelege. to the borrower of payiriff A
any part of principal at any tirao, and rebate the interest
from date of payment.
These are liberal terms and if you want money, now is
a t;ood time to get it.
I furnish abstracts and perfect titles to all lands and
town lots in Saline county. I have buyers for Saline county
farms. If you have one for sale let me know about it.
ffl ABIEL LEONARD,
E. II. Silver1, secretary of tho
Missouri Antl-Slnglo Tax Lcaguo
writes that the Ltnguo Is out of
funds and will close Its offices un
less funds arc forthcoming to pay
for expenses and literature. Send
him a dollar or two If Interest
ed. Ills address Is Wnldhclm build
Ing, Kansas City.
The Ballinjrer ContreYersr'
Thirty-three claims of coal lands
in Alaska, known loosely as the
Cuflnlngham' claims, were canceled
by the Department of the Interior
on September 13UL These, arc th"c
claim In which It was charged that
Richard A. Balllnger WAS Interest
ed before he became Secretary of
tho Interior. They covered 6,200
acres of valuable coal land, which
It woa alleged was to be turned
over to a syndicate for develefa
tnent In .violation of the spirit ft
not tho letter, of the law. The
controvoroy led to the dismissal
of Qlfford Plnchot from tho fores
try department for Insubordlna-.
tlon, nnd to tho eubsecjuent retire
ment of(Mr. Ualllnger from thej
Cabinet The department la con
sidering about 1,000 similar cases,
There arc only three more Issues
of this paper before the election
and we believe our readers will
not ohject but rather welcome a
little extra political news during
this time. On the last week we
will have sample ballots and other
Instructions especially In regard to
fhe Single Tax.
people had a right to express that no government (municipal, j nnj airea,jy disallowed 300
their wish and that this is a rc- state or national) has a right to'not counting the Cunningham
public where the people rule. It barter away the morals and hap)cnmB
Is now n question of the people plncss of Its subjects. Any law, , , -.-
against the bosses. The Indepen- therefore, that provides for tho c M
dencc of this country was secured gale of intoxicants, as a beverage , otate INeWS
on an Issue of far less Importance In one place and its prohibition Rev. Elijah II. Durchficld, the
than the one now involved. In another Is an Illogical, !mmoraP)ast survivor of tho Mexican war
... . . and therefore an Injurious Maw. i In Johnson County, anda Union
Suppose eighty million peolo in Wjj to BU2h law. bc vctcratlf ulcd Saturday morning.,
this country declare their choice w .wopoilc to bc lwabld-, Rev. Hurchficld was born in Jcf-
for president and the national com ,ng cHUen9) nnd hcca:iliD We arc ferson County, Tcnn., December 25
mlttees of the rent lrtlc put p, to ..,)C ,n subjection to, 1820. He luid served tho Baptist
up men to suit their scins i U.o powem' that bc i" but every na- denomination as u minister for
terests, wnai reciross nac incpw tr,ot,c ctlon flhni,d 8tnntJ ngl,nat more than Bixty ycnrfl.
Which One Will You Take?
"80 acres, well' improved, larfie well.J'cno n-lie ft cm kn
$1M per acre. .
A 1H -teres, well lmproved,2 acre orchard, aocd land at S42.C0,
can handle on HOW.80, balance on easy terms.
128 acres, fairly well improved, near good tewn, $55.00 per acre
160 acre, finely Improved, land gently t oiling, near Marshall,
1140.90 per acre.
4(W acres, moderate Improvements, best land In County, can
be .divided Into two farmi, $150.00 per acre.
. We compile Abstracts ihqwlng records In full. Make loans on
favorable terns, write fire Insurance. 40
Drop in and see usr- You are always welcome.
FISHER & GAUNT,
South Side Square,
Neither Toft or Wilson are t h prohlbUory cmi5tmw;t. ,p
jople's choice, yet Democrats Mft Vnrdeman ,s cmp,,atI. ,
vote for Wilson and Ilcpub- cn , to thc sinelo Tax j
We received a card recently with
n blurred picture On placing a
irrecn glass over same it shows
clearly Col. Roosevelt's picture.
Under thc red glasi thc same pic
ture will show It to bs Mr. Taft's
picture. It Is thc name with thc
average man In seizing up tho
two candidates It depends on thc
color of tho glasses they arc wear
ing. They may bc looking at the'
same man and question and yet ;
Hwear they see something else.
llcans for Taft Hut thanks to an
urcVused and enraged publl? con
science, November will put n stop
Now that everybody Is pnorc or
less excited over politics and quar
rellng with everybody within ear-!
shot, It Is somo consolation to
remember that wo nearly all agree
that Single-tax Is an outrage that
we don't want another cold wln
tcV; tlinL wo llko notip but don't
want It nl a regular diet even If
sorved on thc White Hou e stops ;
that tlfo other fellow musn't keep
a biting dog (ours never bites,
you know); that Chrlstmnjs Is 'com
ing too noon for our purse.
. . ... . i
such a law ami strive, to replace i prosecution of tho Kansas City
Fruit and Produce Exchange ias a
"food trust" ended Saturday when
cally opposed to thc Single Tax Judge Scchorn In tho Dbtrlct Court
proposition. He was one of the assessed tt fine, of $18,000 against
first men In thc county to pro- the exchango and its sixteen mem-
nonnrn, nmilnnr lf II v Mm linMliirt i a - i i
. .,55 . 5wl?J?d K the of tho plow handle and the swing ' ,5000 and granted, an injunction,
people want It hereafter they will - -"Ld 13. "Z
secured a little farm of his own, ordering Its charter forfeited. The
nnu hp now noi now propose to defendants filed a motion for a
An ouster and injunction suit
was brought against the exchange
two years ago by Prosecutor Conk
1 1 . ml. i t
.i .... ' iiiik. xnv i-xcnuiiuu comnriHen 70
trlbutlon, Mr. Morgan audit "I want wiioUro well able to care for them ' or cwit of tho Wholcalo Produce
It distinctly understood that J. V. encs; ana, soconuiy, it la tyran-; dealcra a Kansas City, handling
Morgan ft Company,, never made Mail for It would rob nien of their nbout-60 !por cent of the butter,
have n chance to 1)0 heard
their wish rosjMjetod,
J, P. Morgan & Co. have been
liberal contributors to tho Re
publican cause for miny years.
While on the wltncsi stand last
week In regard to their 1908 con
surrender It without a nroteAt.
To him this proposed law Is,
first-class legislation, for It .would
fonso one mrtJ of the people to
bear the hurdens of nnothcr'part,
propi-ny, nnu uuruiy (ior tlic -. nonltrv. o .ni,i i,-.-
reasons stated) It Is unconstltutlon court hcid thc exchange virtually
nl. If this amendment Is carried.' -onimii-.i tu
A contribution of $100,000 "for
the country's good,' when given'
without any pledges or promised
favors, Is tho greatest compliment
that can bo paid a political party,
The Republican party has
had qulto a number of such
contributions In tlie past whereas
the Democratic party has had a
very few. This has rulsod tho (
monopoly cry. It l true that
trusts and monopolies thrive un
der Republican rule, but whoro ,
conditions ure such that they can-i
not thrive tho chances are that,
nothing else can prosper. What)
this country needs Is a trust rcgu-,
lator not a business killer.
n single subscription to nny elec
tion with any promise or expecta
tion of nny return, In any shape "' " " urni-numcm is carneo, controlled thc market.
or manner, "and wo never made a " lougni an mc way up Edward L. Clymer, of Steclvlllc,
subscription unless we thought It to the Supreme, Court of tho Mo., who went to China in 1936,
for tho best interests of thc govern united States. This would pos- 8 now Bencral in the Chinese
ment nnd the people. We novcr slbly take several years? and whoarm'y and Is In lino for tho high
had n communication from any c?ul(j predict what would take position of commandfrr-ln-M.ii.f
candidate. Thc only Interest we " 41,u mem time, wouui
had was In the welfare of the not ,a"d v'uo greatly shrink?
public. We never asked any com- Would not Immigration to this
mltment; wc never expected any iaio vastly diminish? and would
roturn nnd wo novor irot'nnv." . no thousands of farmers leave tho
siaier Tiion would-not nllklnds Pcr mfjnoy. nw nignwaymen dis
Tho slanderer is abroad. -uch of business bo depressed?' Would covered n very 'foolish mm 'apd
speeches ns this can bo hoard now not towns be killed? and would ' thereby also got a big surprlBo
on Hireci corners or puunc places: not the great cities, even receive for themselves.
"Theodore itoascvcit is prcsiucnt if heavy blow?
of the Democratic Aid Society, ho In keeping with the platform of
is crazy as a loon and dangerotiB his party, Mr. Vnrdeman stands for
Two hlghWaymen took n travel
ing bag from Elmer Stewart, a
farmer of Lamhr last week, and
i. ... ii . i .. .
hi? a.iyo u coniaincu ?,7uu in pa-
setting tho suppression of tho traffic In
The exhibits at tho state fair of
Dy J. T. McAlLster
Nearly every Democrat favors;
Mr. Tnft and will vote for Wilson.
A good indication wha has to bo'
Tho Republicans of California
have given up the fight for Taft
nnd hlfl eloHors will not appear
on the ticket, making the state
safe for Roosevelt,
Gov. Hodley has flopped back
to the Republican party and will
support Mr. Taft and tho rest of
tho ticket. Mr. Iladloy.owea the
party much and It la but natural
that he should feel obliged to (re
main loyal. In reply to his ulti
matum last week, President Taft
nont word that he favors direct
nrimarl6a. a point Mr. Iladley was
contending for. lie said ho al-l
ways favored same, which makes It
strange that' ho opposed them last
Yea, Mr. Perkins la a loyal
friend of Col, Roosevelt and the
Progressive cause. Ilia money has
not applied him and hh heart beats
true 'and loyal for hla country's
welfare, -Mr. Perkins comes from
9 fkie old famly which has ta long
record for' faithful public, service!
given generously. , There1 is no
charge of oppression against him,
Big bulness and wealth is no dis
grace. t 1
The greatest political crime ever
win'Mlted wa that by the .Repub
lican convention wjWn Jt disre
garded the expressed, will of the
jttSofle Jtven though the con-
iorJi ;th ;w;ad,.wni
'mv- tlit H w; gotten 6A-Wly-they
well kiww tkt tho
as a rattlesnake. After
fire to an orphan asylum
I . .1 1. A II f ... rm . i, m . .
veu urunu iw K;uium ui raw amies Honators hy direct voto of
whisky at n gulp and throw an- the. people; court review of post
vlln for half an hour jt tho statue offices and other departmental do
of Thomas Jefferson. Meeting a 1- clslons; the Init'ativc, referendum,
legged Confederate veteran, 120 and recall; equltablo graduated ln-
years old, who dragged out a pre- como anil Inheritance tlx; clearly
carious existence by digging wells, defined, laws for fhn W1 iriltnMnn n 9
... ... I.... , .. . .-ft.V4W Ull, ... . .
ne kickcu mo ancient man unucr corporations; the regulation of tho """"
tho chin and thus lifted him over tariff on a scientific basis through I H' C' Plborry, of Miami, was
u 14-foot wall into tho green-, s non-partisan commlsiilnnn. .i.in w'nr inn. ht.hnn mini
house of n provcrty stricken wld- efficiency and economy in govern- havo been, no won six second
ow. a miio later no encountered a mental administration.
Ipoor, but honest, circus parade,1 la It not time ffcr Sallno county
and, yelling 'Bully', promptly kill- to have a mresontatlvo . of tho
noose- girts; for tho election of United i frults' corn' coPkory ctc, were
uiiusuuuy nnc mm varicti. Among
tho promlum winners from Sallno
county we rccognlzc'd tho follow
ing, although th,cre are no doubt
Postal School, near Nchon.won
nrat prize for four most complete
premiums and one first and on
third In tho apiary, department, R.
Qainea Bobertson, of Marshall, was
n.m n.AfiM fhwuinh Wnl.NAn l I. n . n 1 .1 . .
vi.v. ..v... i.i.uuD.. ui, uavuiu, nun uwvvi u laooror w well as 'a
Church during services, screaming 1 minister. Ho is thoroughly Iden-
..w.w..u...,B. ,,.., j juiii).. u..tu Hiiii uur iiirmers anu inaus
And, besides all that, ho has t no trial Interests. Ho Is n. man of
roverance for Traditions.
such a man? N-e-v-e-rl
TO VOTERS OF
Rev. Wm. Vardeman Can
didate for Representative
on the Prohibition
It is not generally known thut
William Vardeman Is a candidate
for the legislature from, our coun-'
ty on' the Prohibition ticket. 'Mr.
Vardeman has accepted the nom
ination to the position simply, on '
the grounds of patriotism and not
from'lajny desire to hold, toff ice.
He Is; opposed to tho legalized
liqtior traffic kn all oL Itsv- forma.
.As it1 la mow evident' that Mrf Lin
coln was right Jwhen he said": "Tha
countrj- cannot remain half free
and hjdf slayea;" so it should be
equally clear that this country can
liot remain half ''wet" and f half
"dry." If the sale pt Intolcat
iag .beventgee U vtxms in - Saline
'oownty, it, 1st; wrong. in the cty' of
8t.' Lita; iad H U' riglU; h iti
Loula It to right lothe couiity of I
J. m a
spoiiess cnaracter. ir clecjted to
the legislature no amount of blar
ny or money could sworve him
from his convictions; and added
to his other qualities ho has line
business Judgement. If you: fa
vor his candidacy drop, him a.
postal card, Marshall, Mo!, an,d
assure him of your interestU
ed their only elephant with one claas of Mr. Vardeman? Ho haala'closo second .winning three first
blow of a club. On tho following been In tho county, for nearly 351 premiums and two second prem
Sabbath ho rode a snorting bron- years. During all the vn.i i,Jjm in thin HrtmnnK
Mr. Qadborry also won second
on Northern Spy apples and Mr,
Robertaon first on Wolf River
Mra. .Annie E. Wright of Mar
shall won 1st premium on a knit
ted shawl, also scarf.
Mrs, M". jP, Prlgmore, of Sweet
Springs won first premium on a
fancy shoo bag.
Mrs. Walter Pile, of Blue Lick,
won second on, her plum Jelly,
first an rlp'a gripe Jelly, and sec
ond on wild' grapo' Jolly. Also
second on apple preserves..
' In the coint exhibit J. E. Math-
en'y, of Miami, ranked first, get
ting first premium on Boone coun
ty Whlto; first on aweepstakea.
Chester Matheny waa awarded
first .prize for single ear, any var
iety, .third on white In young men's
B Parsons, Sweet Springs,
get second on., 100 oara White corn
'Arthur Oadbery, of Miami, was
awarded sixth -premium on white
corn In young man's claas.
- Bweet Sprkiga, high school waa
glyen second ad third on two'
physics or chemistry note boooka;
third on. iwtj history hotebpolca:
anu econa on two Kngusn. note'
books, jAlao ,'ifecomd ' iai our draw?
ings f apparatus uaedt' h Vtudy of
Aycr' Hair Vigor keep4 th
scalp clean and healthy,
destroys all dandruff, arid
greatly promotes growth'
of the hair, Youi kwil!
tainly be pleased with jt J
a dressing for your hikiM
keeps the hair soft and
apy lainr jOf the hair, ,lt
does not color hair, and
camiot, .injure ftie hah or!
tLmp. nonsuit your ;oocwry
Aouui.- iirac ,nair proMMH
Mwr k.' maip uinnw. L .r
jrraok JTucker won .nlnt prwn-.
MW. In the poultry departmrnt', ,
. hr ovmr .ymmyB-lkhajgumi!- of.
B I S A SCIENTIFIC METHOD OFTREATINO
ALL CLASSES OF DISEASES BY COR- Irfl
RECTINO ANY ANO ALL DEVIATIONS IN Ifl
THE BODY MAKE-UP. THAT EACH AND
EVERY PART OF THE BODY MAY DO ITS
WORK ANO H AVE A NORM AL'BLOO D AND
MARSHALL BLDO. NORTH SIDE BQUARK MARSHALL
WOOD & HUSTON BANK
C O. l'AOH, Chairman t ! IL.r J
J. P. HUSTON. PUNt W. 8. IIUKTON, CaahUr
J. C. I.AMICIN, VI.PraUUat V.C.IIAHNIULI., Aaal.Caah.
a M. 1IUCKNKR
I.. I). MURHKI.L
J. C. I.AMKIN
J. P. HVSTON
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Ample Capital. Equipment First Class. Best Service
J. T. FISHER
VANDYKE & CO.
Loweat Ratu Eatielt Terms
Of(ic: Bttwto New Y.rk Ruket ul Baak of Sillie
The Meriden Creamery Co
WILL pay. you the highest market price in cash
for your cream. We are located opposite
Beckman's Hotel. . 35tf
B. McGINNESS, Local Manager.
,j . .
Wo have orders for 1,000 tons, scrap Iron, bones and
rags. We can pay you, extra prices for old engines, cast
iron and stove plate.
We handle all kinds of junk, also hides, pelts, tallow
etc. It will pay, you to get onr prices before ydusell.
If you trade with us both of us gain.
a H. SCUDDER & CO.
y Next to Mose Land Mill'. Mo. Pac. K. R.
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