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Friday, October 18, 191
Marshall Republican.
PuMl.titd rr Thuridr and cnletcd In pait
Olllce at Mtrihtll, Mo., eond-tl. miller
Terms: Sl.OU per Year in Advance
J. I. WITT, Editor and Proprietor
( Office Bell. 9
"Telephones: Oinco, Hermlon 29
I Residence. Bell 498.
Judge Albert Norton!, of St
Louis, Progressive candlMs for
governor, will spoilt In Marshall,
Monday evening, Oct. JS'.h.
HERE'S WHAT MISSOU W)LL m 0N AT jhEHoYEMBER ELECTKE
WHcricVor y6u heir It .said A,
Mr. Roosevelt or Judge io
rf imi'ppnnr. f.l'
caniii"" o ; ,or sin
Ke Tax
ment.
you heir a lrJM fitltc.
1 V:
You cannot MOnably cxpact to
buy what jrOU want In ..i free
trade mikel and ncll your pro
duct' or your labor on n protec-
tlVO. WlS,
ltev. Plnncll, pastor of the Ar
row Rock M. B. Churcli, reports
that he took n poll of .1 passen
ger train near Springfield, Mo.,
recently, resulting as follows : Wll
son. CO; Roosevelt 20, Taft, 17;
Debs 3.
r
it
Men employed In the building
and engineering trades and simi
lar occupations In the cities of
America are paid two or throe
times the wages pild to similar
workmen in Kngland and H crcat
or excess over the wages pild In -Germany,
France and Belgium, vnon
cacu oi wmcn counmes, in inc
NONE OF THE TAXES ON THE8E INSTITU.
TION8.
Tho Single Tnxers of the, United 8tato want Ml
eourl to change Its constitution so that land alone will
bo taxed. If they have their way tho bank with nil of Its
money, bonds, mortgages, buildings, etc., goes free. Tho
clovator, the brewery, the big stores all aro exempt ex
cept for the ground they ntund on. Tho farmer will havo
to pay; his Iioukc, stock and tooh will bo exempt, but
ALL OF THIS TAXED, EXCEPT HOUSE, BARN,
FENCES AND STRAW STACKS.
every Inch of land ho owns will havo to bear tho increases'
burden.
If you'ro Ugalnst hnvlng tho banks, tho big factorlci
and stores, tho mills and mansions go frco of tax excepl
on tho ground- thoy occupy, then voto "No" on tho coa
stltutlonal aroyi(lment In tho next election.
thnn a recent editorial In
Now, you fellows who arc rld-
Itlw. KVink flltrnr Znlinnir. ilin mini Itnf ntltna InAtln(l Clt mlllCS and
order named, pay.s less wages than nfluenUu, ncwiipaper In South complaining about the cost of
the others. Germany, In which It advocates high living, who gets tho dlffer-
: , the extension of the ballot to Qer- ence between tho prices of 1897
The dally papers last Friday con 1 man women. Complete duality nnd 1912? It's our producer". And
tained nn account of the dlsap- nd the full development of the as long ns we are the producers
,..iritiM nf .m nnrnniinc .mil n ' Individual are the foundation prln how can wo compnlln of getting
search for the occupants by wire- clples of every democratic commun high prices? It's the consumer if
less telegraph. Also of n submar-iltv' writes the Frnnkfuter Zcltung. anyone, who should complain.
Ine boat nccldcnt and several oth- " 18 OI no mgntneance tint the Rut, wen, prices wm soon come Judge: "Wo'vo got Just about
pr news Horns that would not lomi 01 v,cw naa never nereiotoro down nnu men mcreu uo no rca- ttio queerest character hero that
have beon understood ten years' been aPPl'c to women. There son for complaint. nny village over had," a trifle
ago, as such thlnirs were not h-ard i00"11 tlmCH whon BUC' problems pessimistically nald tho landlord of
of then. A person nowadays must acquire a different aspect nnd dc- How a Tttf t Paper LOOKS tho Skcedce tnvcni. "no actually
keep hlo jioso closo to tho papers 1 muna "new appiicnuon oi old . thinks no hasn't nny business go
... .... 11 ' ...tt..t. im. i .in at it. ... ii.. i . . .. n
to ittoii tin wiin tno timnn. iimwi utn, iiiu iiiuii; iiiiuii, iuj, inic iu mo ucnoL wnen run rnwi
; was at one time pushed back, with The Chicago Kccorci-iicraia n.is como n wjien j,0 i,aan't nny busi-
Press Clippings
Llpplncott'fl: Mrs. 8hortIey was
discussing the latest fashions with
n young lady caller. "Did you say
your husband was fond, of those
clinging gowns, Mao?" "Yes; Ho
likes one to cling to me for about
three years."
Mr. Farmer, remember that when when he demanded equality."
a thous-ind reasons for refusing h'm lust completed a poll It has taken neflfl there."
nf tho nation-wide poolltlcal sen
timent. It lias taken this poll in Washington Herald: "What caus
conjunction with other large news cd that coolness betweon you nnd
papers of tho country. The Rocord Hint young doctor? I thought you
Herald is nTaft nowspapsr nnd ero engaged." HIa writing is
would not therefore be exported "ithor Illegible. Ho sent mo a note
to color tho situation any for the culling for 10,000 klsacfl,!' "Well?"
"i wiouRiii ii waa a nrescrlnt nn.
bo
rilln.l II
Wilson Is strong In tho East, that,
. i nl.il.. f.. -w . . . H
at present no m sugnwy aneau in uuifalo Expresa: "Your nonnr.
dler could havo acted ao.' When New York, that Roosevelt is strong I asked thfit my marriage to this
' tho nasassln'fl revolver was po nt- In tho Mlddlo Wcat and will carry woman be annulled. I havo no
Tho Slnglc-Tnxera have found a 1 ed at 1dm ho did not scroam nor Illinois, tlutt tho only staiftnai recollection of tho ceremony.
way to (goe at the "dear people." , dodge.; when tho Ahot was fl od he. r. Tan seems io navo a cnancii in must navo lost my roaBon." "So
jiiicii'iiiau, o: Illinois, , caimiy remarxeu jnii no misscu " wwvho.h ...v ..a... ... ,,j u)imu imi uiuugni," replied
vou take to market a load of
wheat, corn, cattle, poultry, eggs
or produce to'day you can take
back with you more clothing, farm
machinery or cash than over be
fore. Tliat's what counts the
margin ovor tho cost of living,
and not tho hljjh cost of living.
Under u "tariff for revenue" tho
other fellow will havo the margin
In hla favor.
A Brave Man
When CoL Roosevelt was put to
the test Monday ovcnlng ho prov
I ed himself a brave man. It Is
I needless to ask how many men
i would havo acted as cool nnd as
bravo as ho did as wo hearJ one
i man express it, "Nono but a sol-
ntltn- noun o
The Herald' conclusions are that ""1!? U t0 the dpuK,Bt to
Hon. Frank
made u speech In the Houbc of Rep him that time, and whon he learn
rescntatlvcs, then the government i ed that he was shot, ho Bald, "I'll
had It prlntod nnd distributed free'mako tills speech or die." No
to Miflflourl voters. For nenso of j sham about that a bravo man
unmitigated gall this gets the blue whom wo are proud to acknow-
thc
plea
a prece-
ribbon. Wo believe Single Tax
advocates should luye the same
privilege as anyone olso, but this
franking privilege of Congressmen
Is the greatest imposition on the
public over hoard of. A square1
deal domands Its abolition. !
ledge.
Saline county, wllh Its great pro
ducing power, would have but
vory few "tariff fox revenue" ad
vocates in It If every voter cast
hla ballot in hid and his neighbors'
best interest Instead of "Demo
cratic straight" or even prejudiced
"ons. It is fcasy to realize
' ls ...in. . i. .
how a m'an ,l ixeu jncoirje,
retired mart
a
or a
alUllst r -
Would voo for "cheaply i'.Ving " ' 66H
" tuwer pricea moat,
groceries, clothing, etc., but how
tho man who geta tho benefit can
voto against Ills own interest ia
hard to. Understand.
Oh, You Market!
When you hear a politician
spouting about the high cost of
living, robber tariff, etc., look at
the other flido. A gentleman
brought us a market report of
August 31st, 1897, when prices
were looking up again after a
Republican victory, ' It says :
"Tho general trade In beef cat
tle has boon very satisfactory dur
ing the month. Prices have ad
vanced 25c to 0c per cwL over
last month. Tho market closes at
bout the highest -point of tho f o.
between RooBovelt and Wilson. A the Court, curtly, In denying
significant conclusion which the petition. "Granting your
Record-iicraiu uraws is mat su would uo too dangerous
per cent of tho voters are us yet dent
undetermined what thoy are eolnp
to do: that manv Democrats are At a particularly Interesting n:lnt
leaning toward Mr. Roosevelt -and a dramatic entertainment a nura-
tliat tho last three weeks of the "er lames m uio front ntood up,
campaign will tell the story, be thus obstructing tho view of those
cause during that time tho 40 per persons who wero eoatod. "Down
cent now undetermined will - hive In front!" having no ffoct, at last
made up their minda. tt happy thought occurred to one.
In this situation tho Record-Hei-' Pf th- AU"o"rs, and he called out
aid sees tho possibility ot.al'nd- l" tones: "Will tho pret
sllde efthor to Roosovolt or" t6,'?Jllaa.In front k,ndly down?"
Wilson, but sees no poselbllltjr ofn wnoroupop about Iflfty WOrnon
landBlldo to Taft or any hopa "PWK,Jr ,en.W themselves.
Jils elcctiQn.-Wichita Beacon,
OSTEOPATHY
i
I 8 A SCIENTIFIC METHOD OF THE ATI NO ji
ALL CLASSES OF-DISEASES BY' COR- IrfJ
RECTINO ANY AND ALL DEVIATIONS IN B
THE BODY MAKE-UP. THAT-EACH AND
EVERY FART OF THE BODY MAYDO. ITS M
WORK AND HAVE A M0RMAL(BL0j9)P ANO ,M
NERVE SUPPLY. ' M
nuckles&nUckles
MARSHALL BLDO. NORTH SIDE SQUARE MARSHALL M
8
Established 1874
rCTirnnt ly i". unii'ii1'! nog
incorporated 188Z
WOOD & HUSTON BANK
Capital, $100,000
Surplus, $120,000
C. fl. l'AOK. Chairman of (lie Hoard
J. 1 HUSTON. P.raldrnl M'. H. HUSTON. Chirr
.1. C.I.AM II IN. VlnrlVeMiit P.C.IIA1INIIII.I.. Aa.l.Cath.
II I It K a T O It H
1
CO. l'Afllt
A.M.OUTIIICHY
AltCH OHKOOIIY
C. M. HUCKNIUt
I.. 11. MUHItKI.l.
LKON SMITH
.1. U. 1. AM KIN
XC. K. HUSTON
.I.P.HUSTON
So
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Ample Capital. Equipment First Class. Best Service
8
J. VANDYKE
J. T. FISHER
VANDYKE & CO.
Farm Loans
Lowest Rate Easiest Terms
Office: Between New York Rscket and Bank of Saline
MARSHALL. MISSOURI
IT
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QmBQ
The Meriden Creamery Co.
BLACKBURN, MO.
WILL pay you the highest market price in cash
for your cream. We are located opposite
Bookman's Hotel. ' 3Sti
B. McGINNESS, Local Manager.
r
BEGINNING NOV. 1st!
. i ,i
Kansas Ground Rock Salt 'fop all purpbses '
40c per JOO pounds in sacks.3 .
mH.Scudder, tMM8
se
PHONE 341 41-42 b
The Democratic National Com
mittee was kind enough to send oi
a big batch ot campaign literature
giving reasons why one should
vote the Democratic ticket. Most
ot the arguments wero by Prof.
Woodrow Wilson who Is a good
and able literary man, but fortu
nately editors, and other uneducat-
. at 1 t . n .i . . l i
I, ' ea people unu tu. articles naru io
understand. And hi reasoning is
Mill harder to understand from a
practical stand, He'eav;sn3 doubf
as to Wbfiaipn pt the,'robbertar
Iff," and I tUt It Vt eisy to, see
wbat He wittvjdo It h gets the
ehaae , . -p M
Mas. sMft.'lVfasM roat
....
Good 'Bliibpl'ng find export
st&erBi Hdd to 1(00 lbs., have sold
a II.T5 io &.l0. Fair to medium
11.50 td 1.75. Dressed beef
steers, tough to best $1.25 to 15.00"
"ttoga-top corn-fed hoga, $3.Q0''
"'Sheep Good to choice lambs,
$1.76 to $5.00."
MONEY TO LOAPf
"Don't.!" he said, nnd bis voice
, was almost hard. Pedestralns.pe-
Sparrow fittf i Fife 'dewed by, and more than once
ValpawJL-i. Jn,lu h-t 11 -Flro thoy wore ltt8t,ed for lUin 8trcot
-ll ;r . u 1 7u Z was quite crowded. "You don't
--il1 y ftStorow in tho,.beltry carft . . ar n (.
of mi Ml on the Valparaiso um s; -
VcTBlty Campus threatened the ; . , t.
. ...41 1. i. a i i j i .vi V. jwui lurai iniciuDva uinciiri
uuuu,..H, - he 'returned, "but I cannot, cannot
ya saved only after strenuouset- Moyf Jt W01),d fc tQO
They walked along In silence. Her
hand quivered on hU arm. Inside
his vest pocket his Watch ticked
steadily. "I must!" she cried at
length, "I must and I willl't Con-
vulslvely she opened her1 handbaar
, and powdered her nose at Second'
Street. w
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Ufa: , After (ho Ways ami 'Means
ComWlttee Vvad been complied u to
ieaye its oia quarters ana 'go over
to kew House of Representatives
uiiiee.ouuaiBf some oi nis iriMBos
were ayinimuuaiiijj . jfvun
torts. Investigation dUcloscd that
a sparrow had picked up alight
ed cigarette tram tho streot and
had flown with It to the bolfry,
where the eljrarettei Jgalted tho
straw 'of halt a dozen nests. ,
ii ii ! iiiiii . i hi miii t n
Which One Will You Take?
80 acr9.s wolb Improved, larjjo well,; cno irlle ficw. tivin
$100 pep acre. '
100 lacreS, well Improved, 2 .acre orchard, good land at H2.C0,
can handle on $1000,00; balance oa easy terms.
123 acres, fairly well improved, near jjoocl town, f 55.00 per aero,
160 acres, finely Improved, land tently rolling, near Marshal
$140.00 1 per acre.
400 acres, moderate Improvements. .best land in County, can
bo divided into two farms, 1150.00 per acre.
Wo compile Abscracts showing records In full. Make loan ton
favorable terms. Write fire Insurance. 40
Drop in and see us You are always Welcome.
Marshall, Missouri
3
I have money to loan at ivwaBdoae-half percent anr
nual interest, withthewirejtate the.boower sjf paying;
any Bart of, pr acipai .auaay,
from datt M payaat
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