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Friday, October 18, 1912.
MtARS hall republican
The policy-holder of The Farm
er's Mutual Insurance Company
of Saline county hold their annual
meeting in the County Court room
They elected ns the Board of
Directors for the next year, Judge
R. C. Ilannn, H. C. Terrel', Sher
man P. Ilouston, Judge W. C. Gain
cs, Robert Clough, Walter S. Pile
L. T. Stouffcr, Judge B. J. Orcar
Robert Velton, Jno. D. Rothrock
and R. J. Thorp.
Judge B. J. Orear, W. C. Gaines
and Robert Clough wcra e!c.teu
to compose the Executive Commit
tec which meets monthly to ex
amine applications for Imuran. c
issue policies and pay losses. L
W. Scott was elected Treasurer
and Wm. Putsch, secretary.
Judge Orcar was appointed as
delegate to nttcnJ the State meet
ing of Farmers Mutual Ins. com
panics of Missouri, whl?h convenes
in California Mo , in November.
The State Association is composed
of about ninety companies through
out the State. It was reported at
the State meeting last year that
all these companies together had
in force one hundrc.1 nnd fifty mil
lions of insurance on farm prop
erty in the State.
Real Estate Transfers
J. J. Gross to Alice G. Eisner
lot 37 Sweet Springs, Mo 1
Henry C Griffith to Thomas
M. Cunningham CO acres 2-4
Docla T Fowler to S V Fltzslm
mons 1-8 Int 1-50-22 1062
Louis Burns to F. S. Edwards
18 acres 2-18-23 6000
Louis Burns to Alfred L Pea
cock lots 23, 21, 23, 20, 36,
Your Last" Paper?
I Some time agorwo sent notices
to all subscribers over a year in
arrears stating that the postal
authorities demanded our stop
plrig ' papers in arrears. We
copied the list but lost it, so don't
remember to whom notices were
H. S. WALLACE
sent, a wo ara going over our National Progressive Speaker, will speak at the Court
The Model Kitchen
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The greatest help and assistance to the housewife
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The unsatisfactory range or cook stove has spoiled and
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store and examine this new range marvel. Burns any
kind of fuel. Has (14) special and patented features of -Convenience
and Economy to make the kitchen work easy.
Cole's Hot Blast Combustion makes it possible to
boil on top of the back lids also gives greater cleanliness .
with soft coal.
It is a beauty made with plain or polished top.
Huff-Procter Hardware &
list again next week and all who
havo not responded will bo taken
oTf. If you fall to get your paper
next week and desire it to con
tinue coming you will have to
writ His to' that effect Wo want
to keep each and every reader we
can but doVt want to do It con-!
trary to the postal ruling and at
the risk of a heavy fine.
Ram 9 wHh tfcv
Outfit 94 SdAtr
J. T. McAllister.
Polls, taken by Progressives, i0wa.
noils taken by Democrats, polls Dr. F. W. Swltzer, Marshall
Among our Friends
Tho amateur company present
ing the comic opera, Princess Bon
nie, at tho opera house Thursday
evening wan greeted by a large
and appreciative audience. Under
the able directions of Mrs. J. M.
Patterson nnd .iU3pl.:cs of the U.
D. C. ladies tho play was quite n
success. Mlns Ella Robbina Blick,
who i3 always a great favorite
with everyone played the role of,
Princess Bonnie to perfection, her
boIos and duets with Proi. Claude
Fichthorn who took the part of
HoyStcrllng, tho accepted lover,
were the gems of the opora. Prof
Fichthorn who Is the new dean of
music nt M. V. C. lias a barltono of
very sweet quality and he knows
how to use It
Miss Kathcrinc Sue Pcnick as
Marshall, Tue8d,?ct 22,
Slater, Tuesday, J)ct 22nd,
JUDGE ALBERT NORTONI
Progressive Candidate for Governor will
speak at the Court House in
Marshall, Monday p0? 28
Want and for Sale Cloumi
FOR BALE-Scholarahlp In Busl
ncas college. Address Marshall Re
37, 3B, Hruns Add Sweet
Lewis T Phillips to Palmer
Jackson 20 acres 10-51-21
Ann J Dally to Mary Lynch
Patterson, lot C block 38
Smith add and lot 20 block 10
English add Marshall Will
William Plaskett to Mary K
Heck lot 5, block 11 Slater 230
Ed Hartlett to Flnnis L Ander
son lot 3, I, block S English
Add Marshall 2000
Pike C Bush to V R Scott
1-2 Int. lot Oblosk 2 Highland
Thos J Si William F Clay-t
comb to Mattle A Hill lot
2 block 1 Hcrodon
Ilenry Hcro.'ordt to August
Reich and wife 73 85-100
acres 8, 0-51-18
L J Rusno to L A Doughty
lots 1, 2 block 20 English
L A Doughty to Chas M Bald
win and wife lots 1, 2 block
50 English addition
Aog Dierklng to E.F & Alma
Allen 72 acres 7 & 8-10-23
EIIm and Henry Tatum to
Ernest Iloltz lot 3 block 5
Nancy E Harlan to Jacob II
narlan 81 acres 7-50-19
Robt L Bernard to Nolan
Taylor lots 5, 6 bloosk 3
1 addition Nelson
Jacob II Harlan to Atalinta
C Harlan ct al all interest
80 acres 7-50-19
Nellie and Ethel Boatright to
Ella Boatright 120 -crca
taken by Republicans all show
Mr. Taf t running n very bad third.
Everywhere Utc testimony of the
straw vote is tho same.
For tho voters of the United
States there Is not a choice as be
tween the election of Mr. Roose
velt and tho (election of Mr.
Taft, says tho New York Press.
Beaten at the start and falling
further behind every day, Mr. Taft
Is altogether out of it.
There an Republicans who
would rather have Taft In tho
White House than Roosevelt. But
that Is not the question, because
that is not tho thing to be decided.
The thing to bo decided is wheth
er they would rather have Wilson
than Roosevelt Whether they
would rather have Roosevelt and
experience or Wilson nnd Inexper
ience; Roosevelt and tested con
dition, or Wilson nnd theory; Free
Trade, with disturbed industry and
Klttv Clover and Ml Hnnln Fni-U
nm Annlln riml.l. .1. i.i tif A vrrTftl MlltnnrV fl Tltl rf n 1 1 f D
Mrs. Harry Culberson, Fairfield, monton n hav,ng p,iyc(. hclplat EmA m. chatfoc's, 36tt.
parts very effectively. A. It, James QR RBNT10 Cres 9 miles
Mrs Martha Freolan, M,1U Bend J " -'demand 'did h msclT ? ?' N'
Levi Kramer, Malta Bend ' . n" I f. d. 8, Marshall. p
.T IT folll.. ITiiffhMvlllo V""" "M"""' w .
r w wmi;. .nr.hni V' P..u cpor. The pretty chorus
w ' ' Of w w
Aug. Schmidt, Mascoutah, 111.'
Mrs. James Demo&s
GRAND PASS, MO.
Qco. L. Burnsidc, Marshill
J. II. Pattncr, Grand Pass"
Jas. R. Marsh, Marshall
Oscar Mayse, Avant, Okla.
tjiii a ATP.Tittrn! JorufV hoo-S.
girls and boys lent background pic both flexca. S. C. R. I. Red cock
turesque beauty to' the entire nf- t0 Hogs won two "red ribbons
fab-, and with Ed Lowenstcin at ,n Scdallo. D. II. Emlson, Napton,
tne piano ana vawtcr's orchestra m0 42-p
in tno pit tne evening was a very
enjoyable one. The proceeds FOR SALE CHEAP-Good trusty
aKSB' nt..lt?..!.00;..Thc U'.,D- .C family ho,r.e, rather thin but good
A. F. Mayfleld, Roanoke, Va.
J. M. Huff, Marshall
J. A. Scott, Nelson.
A. Banks, Mar-hill
Harold Allen, Jolict, Mont.
S. II. Hacftcmctcr, Napton.
Jacob Steffens, Blackburn.
Lcm Thomas, Marshall.
Mrs.jA. C. Klnnamon, Odessa,
31. Pctcrman, Miami.
Mrs. Thos. Overly, Nnptom i
tor traveler. ' See J. J. Witt, editor of
this paper. tf.
FOR SALE One 12 horso power
l i 'wxaliln w a nl inn
?S2 Rbif y engine, one steel burrgrlnder, one
at the First Presbyterian church. ' . i ,ith hlt r inches
The now pastor will be lnstalle.1, "b M fcot Io . Tho mach.
Si.S S!!?. LU'h Zry ll almost good as now, in.
"mmin ui IluunvillU M.t whkn tii.lL H
will deliver the charges to the pa. t( ;ut of builnM. and
tor arid" congregation and, Rev.
Price of Mt. Olive nnd Napton will
preside. All urged to bo p.-csrn'.
The Slater Presbyterians have
will sell for $140.00 cash. Address
p. W. Rlchonbaker, Norbornc, Mo,
route B. Tjox 25. il-iib.
C. L. Cona-
The Gilliam Auto Co. received a
I .. niMnA. n D.nlnntlnn II 1 1 1 I I . H II. .1.1. .A.A'A I
IUBI WIIKlti UI 1 iUtUblKIU! ...n. IOUU UI JJUICK lUli UUT1I1K ClITI , . . . w ., l. . . ,1 D.
i in. ,..o. m.i. rri... . caueu uov. a, r. Wilson. ofCh ek- FOH hal,is inorouxii u;" -
I full time and irood nav. built to lnsh Mot of uMrfi(d M 0kU" ns tholr Ptnr. Ho land-China boars and gilts 1 year
3000 fri, m ,i10 u,ni,i,i miHipkIiava v la expected to preach next Sun- and 6 months old, also one cign-
Wilson can consistently vote for Laurlo arrived home from Kansas mornInB and evening. teen months old boar.
70("iTn. lift inn'r hrln Tjfr. whn In ntv Tiilnv wlmm l, T. .P Way, Nelson, Ma
I-""- - - - ... " - . .... ...... j vi ..u tikin uvvi ' wtllLH IIIJI ni! '
liovnnil linln; ho nnn hnlti Wllxnn If iinflnrornlncv mm (.nnlmnnt fn i mmnnf .V nt- tt -M n ..
( ...j , .. -.. o -r j ..vK.miiin w..i.v.v i..w 1.1 iiitiiuuujr cuurcn io .n' aiTo Tjrlull, milk cow.
.'that Is what ho is willing to do. juries received about three weeks preach borore tho first Sunday in ,F0R , uZl itk calf at
325 But if ho wants to keep Professor ago. It Is thought that Vanco in November, at which time he h Bx? d S 'Ztl i M,
Wilson nnd tho nmormHr will WNti'iw lil .IcrKf fi. romimt, m t.. wdo, M. onyucr, rouiu J,
1 mirtv from trnlnlncr control of tho .Tulln .Tnnlnn Inft jmmn Uma nnn . . . Shall. '
L ' ... " . .: w - Ed pin.v . nt WnllviA T,... .
uovornment Vie only errectlvo for Northwestern University at vi.ri m. n t o A ,
voto ho can caat to that end must Evenston, IlL, wlicro she. is tnkln Izll ..-A""'1.. S .c.rockctt'
u in. nnn..iVll nmHUn...... - i ,.- nvrv iueouay, wmie on his wa.V room
w w uiiu sw m 4 wk inn- u wutov ui writ iu it wuriL a no t . . i . w m .
ive party. .poke in ClUcago Lut wVek anH LTf t0 M,Ch,g,,n nnd and MUcheM 8t M I
Jn. hlhlv oomnll.. l". 0W Vnt- . fruit J C. BttlTOW,
ability as an orator. Dan Nor- . Rov Mra. B. T. Wharton left vtIb
veil Infornvi us that he has sold Monaay for Louisville, Ky.. to at
Latest Style Silk Cords
;and Fancy Ribbons
Call and See Me
When you want firat-clatt cleanlnr and
prei.lni-don't forget PHONE 593
L adies' Work a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
All work called for and delivered ,
phone 593 R.K. McDANIEL
At residence on Capilol Hill
For Piles and
A new and Improved method, "The Invincible
Remedy" lathe beit home treatment ever trlod
tor tbeie troublei.
Four reatone why It le the beiti
It prevents that bird Impaction ol the faecea
n the rectum and anal cinal.
It prevents tbetumora from protrudlnir,
ltkaepi;conitaotly, preieed airatnit the dle
eiid parti, a oothln and heallnir salve and
quickly brln-ffa relief.
It Ira Supporter, Hedlcatorand I'alnleie Rec
tum Oiltender. . ...
A box containing is eupponer ana one oox oi
FOR SALE OR RENT MY three " w"l anyone for Sl.so.
om cotUge on corner of Odell(Pr. J. S. McKcc, Msriksll, Mt
Notice la hereby given that letter! admlnls;
Carrollton papers tell of
No Cigars or Ice Cream
There will bo lamentations from his farm In tho Good Hope Sielgh- nd the International Christian
Malta Bend, Mo.
tratlon on the eitate of Werter Sallee. deceased
of Saline County. Mleeourl.
I were granted to the undersigned, on the istn
'dayo! October A.D. 1(12 by the Probate Court
FOR SALE Pine 220 ocrs farm All person havlagslalma against said estate
, j it. ...ui..ntinn n are required to exhibit them to roe for allow-
j , . ltlM L'ntlAn A ptva4eaaeei. taaveaa
quarters over tno cniorce- borhootl to VlMrll ami Conference. Thev nrn r.nVn fh I. Uliuer guuu. i - aDG(. wuain six monme auer in; uaie oi aaro
of the "lid" ordinance of arimes. The farm consists of 181 Wp Paid their congregation, a room hoUB0' brn, crib, wind mill D07.,Dned?ra
20, 1008, by Mayor Mitchell, acres and sold for $75, per -acre, very much npprxiat,d cWment 3 1m,lMll I Ton 'pffiieVi ?SlS SWST
ordinance has not hiwn on. n . i ...m . . . ahnll. tlOW leased to Rallev & Hon. they shall be forever barred.
. , EDWIN W.BROWN, Administrator
H s- A I 1 a. ar -
ullar accident that hannend to n 4".rv ul 00," ."mo..'Bl air- 1913.-aiobe.
vnnn in.iv whnn ,Jn. Mitchell proposes thnt It shall be.
on the streets of that city n7ew Proh,b'tB Vn, sell
nm a ,.t ei i '"S goods or drinks, on 8undoy
up a pebble and throw It with
m " j,wmv ! vutun iw Willi At 1 1
Kreat force striking tho girl in the Ume' aUch M drugB-
forehead. At first It was thought
someone had shot her. A
gaah was cut in her forehead
Tho body of Judge Thomas 0.
Shorgrass of Syracuse, near Tip
ton, was found on a sidewalk In
tho residence district of Tipton
Sunday. Ho was 70 yoars old and
had retired from active business,
II was a conspicuous figure In
county and state politics and was
county Judge of Morgan County,
an office he has filled a number
of terms. Judge Snorgrass was to
havo been married Wednesday.
The Farmers Bank of Dogaril was
robbed early last Wednesday morn
lag of $2,500. Tho robbers blew tho
Mfo dpor off of the hinges and
escaped with the money.
services pn..M.ion Marsh 1st next. Robt
Sunday morning In tho circui.t Campbell, Sr. g-p
court room of the cpurt houso as v
their building is undorgolng re- United Daughters of the
in A I
First, Insertion Oct. tMt
Notice la hereby given that letttrs of Admin
istration on. the estate of Alice Herfordt, de-
"Umbrellas Recovered." was a sin
Uwt attracted our attention the other
lay. But only for a mlautel W
Mk our heads sully and walked on,
ItwwjW tak whola eI.,y 0f clalr
yrt and a large squad of detec
Utm to ft back a few of our lost
i. wews, fetter.
Executors Sale of Real Estate
, . The undersigned executors of the last wilt
p of Philip Leininger, deceased; will on
SATURDAY, NOV. 16th, 1912.
at the town of Napton, Saline County, Missouri,
sell all of the real estate belonging to 'Philip
Leininger, deceased; consisting of town lots.
Some of these lots have valuable residences,
buildings and improvements thereon. The beau
tif ul properties have been recently platted and
made an addition to the town of Napton. The
plat of such addition will .be on the ground.
The terms of sale are cash, and the pur
chaser is required to deposit twenty per cent of
his bid at time of sale. The sale to be closed,
within thirty days thereafter.
Dra, W. n. Black and A. H.Steph
X ens ur. will Sharp and wlfo
,t auenaing rresbytery meeting at Marshall this week. Tho conven
Confederacy. cesseU. were granted to the undersigned, on
. " ' the 8th day of October, lM.by the l'robate
The 15th annual convention of Court of Saline County, Missouri.
aro the Missouri U. D. C. was helU In ,r, nwnA toeauibit Uem to roe for allow
snce. within six months after the date of said
, .1, in ietttra, .or they 'may be precluded from any
ttnn nrvfwnpil with a retention at thS haacMt of such estataiand If sUchclalnii be not
Rev. R. E. M?Alpine, for 27 M. E. Church, South, Tuesday af-i :tnnlnXot MX m'iZnct fhia n'uee
veara n missionary in Japan made ternoon. Tho first regular session they ehaii be forever, barred.
n rv nM.i ii m. i L nf K nhnrnV. th if IDA HERFORDT, Amlnlstratrlx.
a very InterestlnK talk Tuoidav was held at tne cnurcn tnac pirt louriunnctoixriRit
, evening at the First' Presbyterian night Following thtt the Veterans '
cnurcn. Speaking of the hopeless- S&vo tne visitors a reception- at tno
ness oft infidelity he told of are Elks rooms. Wednesday afternoon
'cent happening In that country. A auto procession was tho main
student who had studied tho con- feature. Tho many visitors were
dltlona of life and finding only wel1 carfi (or ln our homea and
shallows wrote a few verses and we bP they, may tome again,
plunged to aaulclde! deah over ' ;
a precipice. His reasoning took tha.. t Worked Thatitlme, Anyway.
tancy oi otnec students till. 4W Ia ine. vnia , jButJiiwa. BOBioatnm
Local Market. '
Marshall, Mo.'Oct. 17 1012.
Corrected weakly by the Marshall
. ' whlxzedtovrar an IrlBhtnaa's head
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rmi uuunu it nun m. mw uuvti stuw, . mm
D. P. DENNIS, E:secutors.
and the government had to guard. Li ?fctaJ5 M WdTf
h unnt tn .fnn a ti u V Twtst sy, takws o the beaa of
ihtwit P ?thefefcy behlaa Mav "Faith," exoJalw
.illustrated, such a He of hopeless-. ye Blver knew, a'man te lei
" wuu a wnrisiians mn or use- tktas by bsla' pirlttet
lumifw., xve-re, ana trnal lif to f
OMRend the, need. aVtakkr 'thS
mesaage to these , people.
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f'HIIMtN I ,fcK . KILLS!
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