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VOLUME XXI.
Marshall Republican j
NUMtfSR'43 M
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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY,. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1912.
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1 DEATHS
ICBCCSIHH?OCC3eOCI30CC3IS
WILLIAM A. nUPP died at his
home In Ilcrntlon Friday, Oct. 18th,
1012, of cancer, nftcr a long Ill
ness, no had become crlttenlly 111
a .year ago last December when he
underwent anoperatlon which pro
longed his lite but gave him no
permanent relief.
."Major" Iluff, as he was famil
iarly known, was a most cxcrllent
citizen, always pleasant and agwe
able and a good man for any
community. lie was born In Aug
usta county, Va., 70 yearn ago last
May, but has resided fn S 11 o mo t
of his life. Ho condu'.tsd a nd
dlery business at Hcrndon many
years.
. Mr. Huff was first married to
Mlsa Edmonla MeMahan who pre-
ceded 1dm In doath. Of this union
. J ono child survives, Mrs. W. II. Hill
of Hcrndon. He was htcr married
to Mrs Julius Shoemaker, who
survlvou 1dm. J. M. Huff, of Mar
shall, Is a brother of dccc.iscd.
Mr. Huff was an active Christian
and a faithful member of the
Hcrndon Presbyterian rhu-th.
His funeral occurred at the
church Saturday at 2.30 p. m., con
ducted' by Rev. Baker, and was
very largely attended.
1G50
SINGLE TAX TRIED
. AMINO BAD
John Ruppert Tells of Con
ditions in Germany.
Slater, Oct. 12. 1012
Editor Republican :
As 1 promised to write about the
single-tax on my return from Ger
many I now proceed to do eo.
They have stopped tho single tax
system since tho beginning of the
70s. Their system now Is the tax
ation of Income. Everyone pays
taxes now, even he hired man and
girl. The man that earns the mont
or has tho most money pays tho
most taxes. A man with a family
of children gets a certain reduction
off hi taxes as long as each child
Is not large enough to work, but
after they arc old enough to bo of
any help ho no longer gets tho re
duction. They pay taxes every six
months, but the taxes arc not a
burden, aawns the single tax sys
tem, still they have other hwa that
are very much a burden to tho
farmer now, I will write on thcm,Cora Ay to Dolla Flynnn
later. They blame the socialist Husband 1-2 acres In 11-52,20 335
nartv for these laws, thov call the c IInll Williams to Warner H
vaion uu acres 'J-18-20 OS00
Real Estate Transfers
Mary J Dowdy, ct al to Str
ling Peterman8) a 16-3S-J1
William T M McCormlck to
Chaa W Ewell lot3 5, 8 blk
1 Wottacks add Marshall
Lea M Zoyslng and wife to
C W Bridges & Clarence n
Tucker lot 4 blk 10 West
extension West Slater 8259
Nannto C iParrcll to Herbert
P Martin .lot 7 block 3 Van
stone add to Marshall ...
D S Henry to J j Coleman
lot 8, 6, Henry add Marshall
W II Colvert to W E DrHkoll
lots 11, 12 block 18 English
addition Marshall ,
W H .Masters to Geo R Crock
ctt H0 acrca In 25-19-22
Estate of William Odcll to W
II Colvert lots 11, 12 block
18 English add Marshall ...
Geo. R. Crockett to Ella Allen
121-2 acres In 8-10-19
Martha Tansimore to West
Grant lot 4 block 15 West
Slater
Reuben Armstrong ct al to
Elizabeth Armstrong lots, S,
7, and 8 block 15 Bakers add
Slator
1000
177
55;
110
172
Church Notes
The Christian Allsalnnnrv Rn lnlv
of factory working-men or those announc(Hi nt the conferonio at
with abrade far .better off than the Lousvnie, Kyn last week that its
farmer. They earn from ono to cf,urch extension fund had passed
two dollars per day (our money), t, mmon doar mark. It U nnw
on the farm they get 25c per day pr0,)0Bel to raise it half a ml'llon
and board, the women and chlU'rcn more Tho cxnmpi0 of thl, church
socialist narty their bitter encmirs-,
In I
' 1 Will ium liltlk uvuijr uu" vjvi-
many belongs to the Socialist par
ty. Mr. Bcbal their Socialist lead
cr is a Jew, I found tho condition
JOHN W. SOLOMON died at his
homo on South English Friday
morning, Oct 18th, after a several
weeks' illness of paralysis.
Mr. 8olomon was stricken with
naralvsis several weeks ago and
' . . . ... ...v... ,,,l.l..,. In tl.n tt.l. .
was "critically in out improvca art- . wuiiwub ... iu t,n should Inspire other denominations
somewhat Previous to his nttick much as the men. Tho farmers
he had been complaining consh'er-lsay It the women and children did There waa a large attendance at
ablyind had been confined to his1 not help them they couldn't keep the First Presbyterian church Sun
bed several months ago. no was' up. I found out from men my age day morning to. witness tho In
00 years old. His mother, Mrs. and older how farmers after I loft stallatlon of tho now pjstor, Rev.
Caroline Solomon, died at his home broke up under tho single-tax sys-( R. C. McAdie. Owing to the ah
last winter at tho ago of 00 years tern. Several of my old friends sence of Rev. Prico, Dr. W. R.
and eomo months. Most of Mr. that had lots of land when I left Dobyns assumed his part Ho
Solomon's life was spont In and were broke up account of single- preached tho normon on J charged
around Marshall whero he was1 tax. Thcro was lots of psoplo cml- the pastor, while Judge Williams
known nd respected as a goodKraU"K whon Ilcft bu late mre of Boonvllle charged tho congro
ma'n Hla'Ufe was above reproach' tcft account of hard times. When gallon. Both made good, talk?, es
he was, a kind husband and fath-!'tru'h;4trtd brrdw "tooheyho had-pccially Dr. Dobyns, who handled
er and a splendid neighbor and 'to go to a Jew bceauso tho Chris- his aubJecCin a most masterly man
citizen. I thins didn't havo any, tho Jew ner. Dr. Dobyns also preached at
no la survived by his sorrowing woum cnargo mm a certain amount mgnu
...... i it i.n.i..n n. far belne kind cnouorh to lonn lilm 1
W1.1.IW MIIUi LliriTU LIIUUIL'IIUIIIIIUDL (I " . -. . ...... I1 I n II. uTn .
v;- 'Mw mnnl ,i unn . ii t ' "'"I'"-, n lormcr pasioi
Russell tinu uennou aoiomon. mso - t 0 uapt.t cju,rc, nrcached
- t..... i.ii !torMt for ono voar urn A Irnnt nut u ""!' .inri.n, jiriaciliu
ILrW-iSii d d to give a note for the , P"rthou8C
near warronsourg. " the church rcnairs not bolncr com.
i u 11 umouni, wnen mo man nnauy
broke up the Jow would sell the -nlclcu
lajid to other farmers in small' Mrs. John R. Hall, Mimes Flor
plecea on credit and got a hold on ' ence VonDyke and Casslo Calmes
more of Uiem. i attended tlvo district mlssionnry
The Jews .will novor do any farm' meeting at Lee's Summit last
Ing themselves, tho land had so do j week from the First Presbyterian
inL-tiJuu in uuiii: iiuit ii was sen- church.
Hoiwaa a member of tho Wood
men 'Of the. World, which order as
sisted at tho funeral Saturday af
ternoon. Tho funeral was largely
attended. We Join in extending
sympathy to the sorrowing family.
EDWARD NEIDICK died sudden Ing for only thirty dollars per acre!
ly at Ids home in Oklahoma City,, where now it sells forfrom two to The Baptist church young people
oh Oct 17th. Mrs. Ncidlck will bo, three hundred dollars per aero. luvo organized a league.
remembered as Mm. Nellie Taylor, , Now many of my country men J Rov.'C. C. Cox will preach at, Mt.
who moved to Marshall ,irom Alt. have come to Missouri and worked ouve aunuay morning ana night
Leonard at tho death of her first hard and gotten homes, wo had no ' He wishes to speak upon Daniel
husband about five year a ago, They help from anyone, wo worked hard tho -Type of Man for 20th Century
earn monoy to buy our land Circumstances. All invited.
were married several years only., to
Mr. Neidlck was a prominent bus!
ness man. Wo Join in oxtonding
sympathy to the bereaved widow
and 'daughter.
A. J. McRoberts Dead
A. J. McRoborts, an old and prom
Inent cltlzon of Malta Bond,, died
thla week nt his home In Musko
goa, Okla., .and his burial occurred
at 'MSolta Bond yesterday. We
wll 'glye' f urthor particulars next
week.' v
with. Now the a'njle t.x men wl o
ever they are, aro trying to tako It
away from us through taxation.
Later I will write o! tho burden
that has been imposed on tho farm
The Wallace Speaking:
Tho meeting advertised for Tucs
dav afternoon at tho court lnnco
era by the socialist party and ulHo!waa wo11 attended.
Commercial Club Meeting-
There was a good attendance at
tho Commercial Club meeting Tues
on the farmers organization.
have their constitution written
German and will, translate it.
Yours truly,
JOHN RUPP2RT;
Odd Pollows.
Grand Manor, a STERLING
The Central Missouri District As
sociation of I. O. O. F. met here
Monday morning In the rooms of
the local lodge. M. C. Chaffee, Jr.
presided at the opening meeting
and Rev. J. S. Smith made the ad
dress of welcome In behalf of the
local lodge. After a prayer by Ttcv
A. R. Farls, Mayor Mitchell wel
comed them In behalf of the city.
G. A. Radford also made nn Inter
esting talk on 'behalf of the Com
mercial Club.
In the afternoon the Grand Mat
ter, A. Sterling, made an address
on the Odd. Fellows Home at Llb
ecrty. ThU waa followed by n
talk by tho Grand Secretary, J. W.
Wllkcrson, of St Louis.
Monday at 7 p. m. the initiatory
and first degree was put on by a
degrco staff picked from the dis
trict. There were five candidates
from over the district.
Tuesday afternoon a session was
held at 2 p. m. with President
Curnutt presiding:. The principal
business was the election o' of
ficers which resulted as follows:
President W. O. Harwood, of Dov
A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder
Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer
of Health of the city of London, Eng., was
good enough to say that a long and univer
sal experience has proved a cream of tartar
powder the most efficient, safe and econ
omical, making food which could not be
deleterious to the most delicate stomach.
In England the sale of baking powder
containing alum is absolutely prohibited,
WHEN BUYING DAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL.
Mrs. J. V. Heskctt was born in
Joncs-Reid Obituary
Dr. Harry tL- Jones, of Kansas
ntv. ann nf Mr. nnit Mm. T. C
Jones, of west of town, and who Ka conty' 0,Ua' Mh C7, 1S61,
In well nnd favorably known in and died Oct. 5, 1012, thus having
er, Vice Proa. E. G. Guthrcy, Malta Saline, was married SaturJny even- spent 51 years 0 mont lis and 8
Bend; Secretary, W. W. Howe, of '"B to Mk8 Wlnnlfred Rcld, of Kan UayB n this earthly pilgrim ige.
Ionia; Trcas. F. L. Hurt of Call- nB Clt' "cousin of Mrs. John A. dcath WM sho.k Q n), who
fornta. Guard I. Wittrun of Mar- Jones of this city and a charming
Bhall ex-com, 1 year, A. J. Thorn- young lady. The- wedding was at- Kn , " ,
as, Tipton. The next mcetlnir will tended by the parents anu urotner numui u-j
be held in Sedalla on the flrct Man from here. The Kansas Ci.y Star leaves an aged father upon whoso
flay and Tuesday of tho second gives the following account of the heart this grief will weigh heavily
wek of Oct 1013. 'marriage: . Erskln. Ouincv. Josenh. Willie and
Alt, 4 p. m. the visitor enjoyed an' "The marriage of Mian Winifred L , t f brothcra b left
auto trip about the city. Held and Dr. Harry Lander Jones wlthout al9ter Feeling the
Tuesday evening wa- taken up was solemnized at 8.30 o'clock last 6tlng of moro than jU the
with conferring 2d and 3d degrees. , evening nt the homo of the bride s otliera wiU be thc devotcd hu'band
Wo hope tho trentlemen will re-' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rcld. ln gvjng up j, IKirtner, who
peat their visit to Marshall soon. , Tho Row F. M. Burton of Jefferson Jin8 wnkeU wlth him for
' City, acous'.n or the bride, oinciat- than twenty.flvc ycar9 0no BOn
The Big Even" wl- T,, ,brlt ,c WaB ""T, J' h" Harry and two daughtcri, Allie
UuUr. V.hnrf V n." nf . 8l8tCr MlB" tl A""a W, ml kindly
Judge Albert Nortonl, of St. Df honor, and the groom by Dr. ,i , '
Louis, will spo ik at the cour housj Cleveland H. Shutte of St. Louisas Ther0 nlv v "
next .Monday cvonlng at 8. Mr. best man. Before the entrance oi , ,,, . A.t ,4
Nortonl Is the Progressive candl- v-i.ini ,,!,ptv. MIm Jessie Pal- i- -i. .t.t .'.
rner Bang "Constancy," by Web r Wht,n aod woujd, sct our 8
Muster Jamea speed kciu, tnc (rw?
smull nephew of the bride, anu m- AnU earths enchantment end:
tie Suaan Jelley carried white rib- jjc tnj.cs tj,0 mo,t cf f Ccti il m?tn",
bons nnd formed an aisle through Ami rob UA 0f a friend.
which the bridal party passed. The 0ur hearts nre fastened to this
bride wore an embroidered gown world,
over whlto ntln, trimmed with jjv strong and various ties;
handmade lace and pearl piis:emcn n( every trouble cuts a string
trie and carried a shower bouquet nnd urges us to rise."
of bride's roses. Her only orna- Sister neskett was a lovl mcm-
dato for govornor and will no
doubt ibe given a large audience.
Uncalled for Letters
spirits
A Freak Turkey
Wm. fllnmii.. nf nnnr Ttliift Tint 1
ial'if tin o! nfW- .b.J nUJa-Wld he waa too, sovero on them.
at a freak turkev cobbler
owned by a neighbor, Wm. Shortl
Ho eatd Mr. Gobbler chased a set-
ung jnen on nor new ana natcneu
Rcmaln'.ng in the Marshall, Mo.,
post office, Oct. 23, 1012. If not
called for In 15 days will bo sent
to the dead letter offlco at Wash
ington, D. C.
Ladles Madam Reno, Mrs. Nan-
lisw Mvvidtvtinviii , , . r -
Gentlemen-Joe Ayres, George mc,u wa a uwnwnu uhu DCr oi ine i;nnatian churih clnce
Carder, J. F. Hanley, H. Hickman, lUu,t thc" ltt ot tho room- I,e girlhood, having urlted with the
II, C. Kopponhagcn, Leonard Price, vel1 was caught with clusters o. church In December 1875.
J. M. Smith. , orange blossoms. The m id o. she loved her church and was
L. W. VANDYKE P M ll0n0r wore a Kwn oI B,iel1 Plnk devoted to It In many of its varied
, ', " charmeuse satin with an over drap activities. From our con-rccatlon
ery of pompadour marquisette In the will be greatly missed. The
' pannier style. She carried an arm sweet consolation sweem into our
The Fourteenth District Medical bouquet of pink roses. souls and llngors in memo icscham-
ssoclatton met at tho courthouse Asslstlnir Mr. and Mrs, Rcld were ber at the thoucrht nf hr i.vin
Introduced n. S. Wallace, qf Now Inst Thursday and Friday. Thcr3 Mr. and Mrs. Burton McCuno Reld olnel the congregation of the
York, who made a moat eloquent was a fairly good attendance and of Springfield, 111., Mr. and Mrs. J. Lord with the Saints above
and convincing Progressive ad-ja good program was rendered. Dr. A. Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles n. The funeral toxt was found
dress. He was one of the best c. T. Ryand presided as' president Nave, Mrs. K. M. King of Applcton l Samuel 20:18, "Thc message
i.uwa .iuou iur uuiiK im, mi and Dr. Joan il. nail as secretary City, mo. Mrs. ueorge u. ayan-r ci me empty chair."
of the meeting. Leo's Summit Mo.; Miss Marguerlt "There Is no flock however well
McMlllhin, Mlso Fern Fowler, Miss attended,
A Farm Puzzle i Dorothy Shepird, Miss Marguerite But one dead lamb Is there.
Slutz, Mlsa Louise nodgos, 5iis,s, mere is no fireside, however, so
Nell uiuoa oi uureica apringa, ArK. wen uerended,
District Meeting
. J. T, McAllister, presided. After
a prayer by Row B. H. 8tcelo, he Association met at tho court house
uu cuinu iur irom p leasing all, as
Republicans and Democrats both
in
of
Marriage License
' " 1 . , t.l mL 111. IIWOIWl ilUlllU ucitu.
day emng anaseveranmporiani r 6 '-- Blanche Pane, BUckburn.
i. - .il ..,. mi... BOttlntr nearlv threo wsrki Thn ...... -
III H LLDTA WVAU UlBUUHnHUi 1 UQ l I U I " " ..w.
""""" r- --- ,. A t.iu.i ... i .marry m. hiiimim, wape cnaries,
Idejvt of tho clb waa instructed to brood was hatched a week ago and, Virginia.
iAhi K,fj "ff"13.,0 PT Chaa- MeDowell, Cottonwood Falls,
fer. this to looking after his big, Kamaioa
family. The irobbler is a regular' . f"3'
scrapper when anything or any- I A, V!SV "arWxaut;
body attempts, to dlstur? him. This IE" il oD:
Vat
appoint a committee to collect tho
subscriptions to tli Glasgow" bot
toms 'road fund, mVde at the time
the Central R,oute was namod as
the Cross State Highway.
Anotlier (Important matter was
taken up by tho Club. It Is the
movement towards securing and
expert County Farm AdvUer, or
Agriculturalist; for Saline 'County
to work In connection with, Arid
u4er direction of, tlie State. Agrl
4slmV.Colffe at Columbia,
j' 'is , ovem en t, ln the right
direction Jbouid receive the
htwty ffcuport of all farmers, bu.'
wm ntni and aii others who are
lri6dIn the, prosperity of 8-
bWM County. t It waa dHled
treak would bo hard to beat.
4 A Collision
Dora Kroeiveke, Sweet Springs.
Llewellyn Jones, Independence.
Callle Belle Mitchell, Marshall.
Progressive Speaking
C W, Robbkvs, Frogreaslve can-
Doctor and Mrs. Jonei will bs at But has ono vacant chair.'
home after November 10th at t005
nolly.
T.' -C. Jonea was having some
fun Friday catching his "town
cousins" on a puzzler, ne asked
Ida banker and others this ques
tion: nowimany men does It tuke
to bind after a reaper in a field n c
with, four atatlons-a square field! Buntm-Sprigg
with .a man at each corner to One of the prominent weddings
start with. Of course all said last week was that of Mr. James
.four. He contends jtlvo and is ' Logan Buntln, oon ot Mr. and
right The first man starts from,' Mra. S. M. Buntln ot near Napton
the first corner with the machine and Miss Myrl Sprigg, the popular
and tho second, third and fourth and accomplished daughter
do likewise. Whn the machine. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sprigg
' Rev. A. H. Llve-ett
Pastor Christian church, Jf feraoi
City.
Jones-Mitchell
Llewellyn Jonea oX Indepen
dence and Mlsa CaUie Mitchell were
married Wedneada
" i "
0. "rmc iwmo on Brunswick. The
of affair was quite asocial event.
has completed the first round, the southeast ot -town. Tho wedding
Ilrat man has woout reached the occurred at the. Sprigg home wea- jx
second station, ibut the fourth man niulav AVenlnsr and was li nrora- P
htui )ut, ielt the fourth station, so Inent soclai affair. The ceremony
Pat Goodton and one of Cclvert
Broa. coal wagons, collided Monday
evening on tho ..southeast corner of dictate for state senator, wlH speak c, that there's, no ono at or near tho was pertormwd by Row Lester
the square and Mr: Goosdon came at OlUlara tbia afternoon (Friday) first station, when tho binder Stouffer and CoL J. H. Schluetcr,
out afecond beit. r 'uit a and Siater at 7.99. Tomorrow stertB on Ms second round. No. 5 one 'of our caterers was also pres-
waa raining and. blowing hard so, at ,7.Mi.
that he wa running to sret to his Judtre Albert Norton!, eaadidate
.tojjoaie whwhe ran aquarely Into fo govwwwr, wUl sfMMkk In Mbm-
Monday' evBwc at 7.W, This
nreoably b tba. dmlmg shot
tte MMi 1 8allBv. Mr.
I
the machine on the second round. , ned ot. tha guests in a manner
Whes the machine reaches. tho . to make- aU. teel happy and con-
second atetloq:
follows j at tested
i
wwsi on 'ittwmy .ov. me toairue oi. thA. coal' wairoa jh mMaii Mondav' evemnar at 7.M. This MUtton i-mo. s louows : at station i The- Kwrrisure is the culmination n
iV IMkf Ant thA nurnnu at vUi V.- Jl.. vX.i l i . ..AUm . .V.-U1.. 'tw. .1.1 I'ViJ'I .Unn. .. . vt 'V , 1 V
VWr .rte Jnow,;J. T. McAMt -0 wiifrlg.') talta; : Mr: l flow; Thu it will b ii fan4 m oupte atarta out with H
H-&&p'SM:. ;Noi'l.i.rW;-iw,Heak- May S'
i
rnr' '" Mill-It Hiyi L ' i
U H.r... H..h.n. .IMI,n,r X $
I Honloy & Company 2
Q BI1AI.BNTATK LOANS, .1
Sweet SprlHgN. MIwwMrl. 'l
wmiimi iijaijtu ';'

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