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Friday, October 11, 1912
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. T. CInycomb and
famllv visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Mlkcls nenr Salt Spring Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Malott spent
several days In Warrensburg with
the former's sister nnd family.
Dr. J. D. Jackson, wife nnd
daughter, returned Thursday from
an extended eastern trip.
Mrs. Martha Cluney and sister,
Miss Sarah Uelle Master;, attended
the fair last week.
The wedding bells have jingled
merrily In our midst the past week
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. CInycomb'
were In town Tuesday.
Harry Herndon wns a visitor nt
the State Fair. I
J.W. I2oatrlghJe3s Clnrk Floyd,
Fleshmnn nnd Hilary Thomis were
in town Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Fenwlck went
to Sednlln last week to visit rela
tives nnd nttend the fair.
Not many out to meeting nt
at Hluc Lick church Sunday.
Hev. W. P. Luse, wife nnd (laugh
ter Pearl, went to Scdall.i Wednes
day to nttend the fair and return
Mrs. Corn nnd Mlis Lena Nixon
spent Friday evening at John
George Nixon nnd wife spent
Sunday evening nt Ulue Lick
Tom Chambers and Miss Lena
Nixon attended the fnlr at Sednl
ln Wednesday and Thursday.
Rev. Powers will hold services
at Ulue Lick Sunday morning' and
night Kverybody Invited to nt
tend. A number from around here at
tended the fnlr In ScdalU last
John Jackson had the bad luck
to get his buggy torn up last Fri
Hnyden Chambers .ittcndeJ the
fair In Sednlla WednesJay.
The following nttended the
iitate fair, Mr. and Mrs. Will Clnrk,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Herndon, Miss
es Dot Clark, Mildred J.ogg, Deltn
Neville, Leln Kelrn nnd Annie
Herndon, Messrs. Hoy Klnchloe,
Tim Kelrn and W. J. Herndon.
Permnnont improvements arc
being mado nt Stonewall.
Don't forget the all day meet
ing nt tho school on Saturday,
Oct. 19. Uveryono Invited. Como
nnd bring well filled, baskets nnd
how your interest in the work.
Special displays of fruits, nuts,
biscuits and corn will bo made.
Miss Mary Fenwlck is visiting
her ulster, Mrs. Os Hurt near Wan
Mrs. Alex Wilson spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Julius Oster.
The Greatest Proposition in town in
Men's Clothing t
Suits and Overcoats $10 to :$30
Because men will find here
garments that stand for one hun
dred per cent value, service and
satisfaction. We believe that
these Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Kirchbaum and Styleplus clothes
interpret the trend of fashion in
fabrics, style k and cut more ac
curately than any other clothes in
America at the same price.
Men who come here leave the
ris.k eliminate behind. It matters
little whether you take a $15.00
suit or a $25.00 overcoat, you can
know that you are getting the
highest class of workmanship pos
sible in a garment of its kind.
These clothes are faultlessly
tailored. Every important detail
worked out by hand. They are fashioned from fabrics
cold water shrunk, every thread of which stand the acid
test of all wool. .
You will find our big specials the greatest suits'
ever offered for the prices. U 1
Men's suits $15, $17, $22.50 and $25.00
Overcoats $10.00 to $22.50
Leyhe-Downing Clothing Company
faculty and nMch keeks -.to pt'the
burdens. ef the minypa tfee skehkiers
SINGLE TAX AND SPECULATORS
HOW THE FARMER WOULD FARE
'IN A WHEAT CORNER.
Rich Owners of Elevators Could Fill
Thtlr Plant With Cheap Wheat
With No Taxts to Pay.
It tho Single Tax Amendment Is
adopted-by, Missouri at the election
Uav, 5; -personal property will pay no.
taxes bbj bladings will pny no taxes.
Land. alpMMcJuBlvo ot Improvements
and frfiVucs, will pay all (hVtaxse.
and the 'fax rato will be unlimited.
This offers a premium to tho specu
lator to hoard farm products and ralso
or lower their price. How will It work I
Mr. Qrnlnman owns a chain of ele
vators. Tncy stand on ground that
Is of, Itttto vnluo outsldo of small
towns. Tho buildings and machinery
aro worth hundreds of thousands of
dollars. Ho fills theso elevators with
a million dollars worth of vs'hcat, buy
Ing when tho price Is low. Under Sn
glo Tax tho buildings, the machinery
and tho wheat will pay no taxes. His
only taxes will bo. on tho land on
which tho buildings stand.
Tho speculator can between crop
times, corner tho market and sell half
his stock at high prices. When tho
now crop comes can with tho other
half Mood tho market, bronk tho prlco
and refill his elevators, buying from
tho farmer nt tho low prlco ho has
made. Ho can repeat this Operation
ns often ns ho pleases nnd do this
under a law that exempts him from
Under thosp conditions tho farmor
will get a body blow whlchuvor way
ho turns. He will bo compelled to
sell his wheat to n speculator nt tho
lowest price, whllo tho land on which
tho farmer raises that wheat will pay
all tho taxes.
Fine for tho speculator, but whero
docs tho farmor got off?
UMITt ED Co!MtoB.
Wealthy woman recovering
from Dervons prostration, waste
young, good looking, well-bred,
well-edocaled, well-read, tactful
girl for companion. Muit speak
French, bridge, football, baseball,
automobile and golf. Prefer a
ratulclaa who slogs. Name your
TO be sure, you
may not be
wealthy, or fem
inine, or recover
ing from nervous
we're certain vou
like that kind of
a girl. And that' 6
the sort of a girl
the plot of our
weaves about and
makes in the un
folding one of the
"girl" stories you
have ever read.
Watch This Paper for
the First Installment
PARTIES AGAINST SINGLE TAX
Planka In Doth Conventions at Jeffer
son City, September 10th.
Marshall. Mo. Oct. 4, 1012.
Corroded wcokly by tho Marshall
r f . .
- i ruuucu v.u
At tho Republican nnd Democratic Eggs ....20cdoz,
Conventions hold nt Jefferson City, Hens 8.1.2c lb.
Soptcmbor 10th, ench party Incorpor- Roosters N 4c "
nted a plank In Its platform declar- Ducks " fe
log against Slnglo Tax. These antl- nni,
alnglo tax expressions on tho part ot . u
tho two great bodies adopting them uullor --' 180
aro Indlcatlvo both of tho Importanco Turkey 10c "
of tho Issuo to bo decldod noxt No- Spring Chlckons. r 0 12
vombor nnd tho attltudo of each
There will be preaching services
Saturduy night, Sunday und Sun
day night Let overy ono come.
Marion Garrett and family nro
visiting relatives In Carroll coun
ty this week.
Everyone (s busy picking nnd
barrelling apples at present.
.Miss Ora Harris was tho guest of
Lady Baltimore Cake
The Most Popular Cake This Seasoa
13y Mrs. Janet Mck'ensie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
This Is considered by many cooking
authorities the finest cake that can be
made, though in reality it is not at all
K C Lady Baltimore Caka
One cup butter; 2 cups granulated
sugar; 1 cup milk; 1 teaspoonful rose
xvter; 3X cups four; 3 level teaspoon
fuls K C Baking Pouder; whites of 6
ggs, beaten dry.
Cream the butter and beat in the sugar
gradually. Sift together, three times,
the flour and baking powder, and add
to the butter nnd sugar, alternately with
the mlllc and rose water. Lastly, add
theegg whites. Bake In three-layer cake
imu. rui uic layers logciuer Wltu Uie
moTBnie cow u a unre one and wlUat
Women's Kxcbanges for J1.S0.
FrotUaa for Lady BaltUsora Caka
JTJtn tuft sranulattd tugari eup taQinr
Chetttd mtU-meatti J Art cul , aim ifiut.
Stir the sugsr and water nntll the
imqv is dissolved, then let boll without
stirring vntil the syrup from a spoon
wift apia H long- thread; pour upon the
tratHes of the eggs, beaiaa dry, beating
cowstaaUy meaHwhile. '"Continue the
hmting ttt the frosting Is cold; add
,J( tawindt and spread npoa the cake.
m oi'Wom ! recipes. orem,- aiuSiai. cakM
PMrA,yu. c5? n xrft hi sea4
r e awaMnale aaefctd la cwry.atcat eaa
CCaasMlBwdrla tfccjAWMMro. Co.,
mmm mm hhu mov
Misses Leila nnd Ktta Cook Sun
day. V. K. Dulnnoy and wife visited
O co. Johnson nnd family Sunday.
The Show Boat passed up the
rlvor Thuradny nnd stopped at
Miami nnd the Chester went up the
Marvin llnrtow and family ot
Moberly visited L. Dulaney and
family during tho fnlr.
Warren Dulanov went to Slater
Saturday to clerk for I, N. Punteny
. u. uuianoy is uunuing iwo con
Tho hog cholera is still raging In
Last Snake Story
Tho snako story season is over,
but wo'vo got n good ono nnd
aro going to pass it on. Arthur
dough Bays ho was walking over
tho D. D. Duggins farm Saturday
when ho noticed somothlng un
usual. Two snakes were halfway
in a holo In tho ground andcloscr
examination showed they were
dead. Ho thinks they both tried
to crawl in at tho samo time anil
became wedged In, For 18 inches
in every direction from tho hole
tho ground was lasliod .baro by
tho snakes before they died. They
woro ground moccasins.
Mrs. James Demjss
GRAND PASS, M0.
Latest Style Silk Cords
and Fancy Ribbons
Call and See Me
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A PLAN TO
An Authority on "Slnglo Tax" Says
Farmers Would Suffon
A COLLEGE PROFESSOR'S VIEWS
When you want lirit-clntt cleaning an
prenIng..lon'l forget PHONE 593
Ladies' Work a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
All work called for and delivered
PHONE 593 R K. MrDANIP.I.
At reddenee on Capitol Hill
Child rn Cry
WILL BE HERE ALL NEXT WEEK,
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT. 14,
TJie Old Reliable
Chase-Lister Theahe Co:
35 People, Band and Orchestra.
In their own magnificent water
proof, heated and electric
lighted canvas theatre.
10QO Seafs at lO cii
A Few at 25c
it, . ' ft
nange or play arnl vaud?ni4; w
Asia liaaaisas amass is.' r1-.-
nk if tisiiAViwfc
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After Careful Study, Prof. Sellgmsn
or Columbia University, Says
Single Tax Is Defective from
Every Point of View.
Missouri farmers, homo mwnnrn.
land owners, and citizens In gflnorsU
aro interested in tho study or pinglo
, Tax these days, ns tho question as to
whether Missouri Is to have Slnglo
Tax or not Ij to bo docldcd at tho
election on November 6th. others
besldob Mlssourians also have been
studying the problem. Professor
Sollgman, or Columbia University, ono
of tno lcadlpg authorities on political
economy, sums up the results of his
investigations m tho following words
(pages 03 and 04 of his book "Tho
"Wo havo studied the Slnglo Tax
from different points of view; and
wo havo soon that It Is defective As
ically, politically, morally and econ
omically, Wo havo learned, first, that
It would be inelastic, and that it would
Intensify tho Inequalities resulting
from UnJust assessments! aannndlv.
,that although Itsplf proposed ichfefly.
wuih buciui cuiiBiuerauons it wouia
prevent the government from utiliz
ing tne taxing power, for other, social
purposes, and. that It would divorce
the interests ot the neonle from those
of tho government thirdly, that It
would offend against tho canons ot
universality and equality of taxation,'
and that It Mould seriously exaggerate
tho difference between profits from
land and proflts from other sources;
and finally,, that it Would be entirely
inadequate In poor and now comm,u.
nltes, that it would generally have
as Injurious Influence on the farmer,
and that oven In the largo urban cent
ters it would eemp( large sections ot
the pbnulatlon without brlnctne- anv
substantial relief to the poofer class-
' ' even as a metnoa oi tax reform,
tk scheme f Is, bb we baVe jpesH, (
Htlstaken one. Our system of "taxatio
is far from being ideal, or even .'com
piratlvely, Just;,tor wo are stlU ollng-
.ifomiugu ,opij nor tne
fjWy. UBjutiMch. baa'
ilia. 4 Cv4 : .I4lilV-..lMJA ;'-l.J
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party's constituency regarding
proper meeting of tho same.
We Insure Your Live
Stock Against Death
from any cause. This
includes not only light
ning and fire, hut af
f o r ds protection
, against sickness, ac
cidents, tornado or any
thing else. See us
Austin & Thorp
Over Bank of Saline
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can believe the testimony of your
own townspeople. They tell It for
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