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Friday, Oct M, 1913.
CuUlititd e vtrr Thurtdar and tnUrcii la pelt
Ulllt el Mtrihtll, lJo., Mcaad-clatt mailt
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J. J.WITT, Editor and Proprietor
f Offlce, Bell. 9;
Telephones: Ofllco, Horndon. 20
( Residence, Uoll. 498.
A typhoon in the Philippines hat
week killed about 1000 people nnd
did about $4,000,000 damage.
The Fcdcratlonn of Retail Mer
chants will hold their nntlon.il con
vcntlon in SL Louis on Nov. 10,
20 and 21.
If you nro against Single Tax
you should bo suro to scratch the
"YES" off at tho right side of
Amendments C and 7.
"Over-confidence' Is tho one
thing that Just now is crippling tho
work of organizing ug.ilnst the
Single Tax this same trouble has
defeated many .in army and lost
many a noble- c.iuse.
I have money to loan at five and one-half per cent aav
nual interest, with the privelege to the borrower of paying
any part of principal at any time, and rebate tho interest
frnm rtafn nf navmnnt. VI
These nro libor.il terms and if you want money, now is
a good 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 mo know about it.
The happy soul that gae laugh
ing, wMatUng and tinging through
life win friends by the score, but
what an Idiot he la at a funeral
A farmer approached JL L. Kent
In charge of the horse and mule
department of the Unlontown Fair
and said! "Entor mo for 'a mule.1
"Well," retortod Mr. Kent, "you're
In tho right class. Where's
owner?" K. C. Star.
contributors for those thrco cam
paigns were destroyed. Youth's
Montenegro, n very email coun
try In tho hills south of Hussln is
making war on Turkey. It looks
very much like llussla It urging
and backing this fight in order to then why did ho npply to Ar
get control of Turkey. At least Carnoglo for n pension? Mr.
the European nations Interpret It
so and are keeping a careful watch
that Russia doesn't get ".ill the
Tho Progressiva party hns nent
this offico tibout three million dol
lars' worth of badges with a re
quest to sell them on Founders
Day, Saturday, Oct. 26th, nnd send
the money to headquarters. They
sell for 1c up, according to the
price the purchaser wishes to pay.
School teaching Is a noble pro
fession -and one which does not
mako men helpless yet tho evi
dence scorns ilmost conclusive that
Woodrow Wilson believed himself
so after he trot through with his
lob at Princeton College and he-
foro he recently entered the field
If he did not have this opinion
of himself: If ho did not fully real
20 that ho was unfit for any other
occupation, except politics, bo far
as making a living was concerned
Carnoglo for n pension? Mr. Car
negie had previously not nsldo a
largo fund for the purpose of tak
ing caro of all worthy but depen
dent school teachers, male and fe
male, Including college professors,
who had spent twenty-five years
of their lives, or more, In the cn-
His the Party's Spirit
Attempting to spoak, Just after .
would-bo assassin had fired a bul
let Into Ids body, this is what Tbeo
dore Roosevelt said In Milwaukee,
Ho said It with posstblo death
awaiting tho result of his wound.
How well ho' expressed not merely
the nplrit animating him person
ally 'but tho apirit of the Progrcs
stvo party, ncre aro his words':
"Friends, I shall vhavo to ask
you to (bo as quiet as possible. I
do not know whother you fully
understand that I have Just been
shot, but it takes more than that
to kill a Dull Moose. Hut for
tunately I had my manuscript,
(holding up manuscript, showin
auuienco wnero millet naa gone
through) bo you see I was goini:
to mako n long npeech.
"And, friends, tho hole In It li
that that tho bullet went through,
and It probably fuvod It from
going Into my heart.
"Tho bullet Is in me now. so
that I cannot mako n vcrv lorn?
oViIntr. Thin fund was
to be known u the Carnegie pen-But I will try my best.
slon-fund, nnd those who availed "And now, rrionus, I wnnt to
themselves of his generosity, wero . tako advantage of this Incident to
to bo -placed upon the pension rolo 8a' nfl solemn a word of wnrnlng
Mr. Wilson was among tho first to 119 1 kw how to my fellow Amcr
nit iln lita nntillpntlnn fnr this . "-"lis.
They can bo hud at our office. We ,ut - 11 upirst of all I want to .wM...
would like to Bell the first few t' lesion. It la true that his "PPM Fir J 1 to,.
ilOOO inch as we aro not under t,on wn denied hY the Carnegie nuout mjself. I hao altogether
iiuuv ucii, as we aro not unuer .... ... . ,, too manv imnnrtnnt ti.tm.
Jewell .iluyod of lU.'hmond, Ii.
charge of th - pttollolty committee
of the Antl b.ngle Tax League lui
received a long letter irom Jos.
FeU telling liim that to fight Sin
gle Tax is very, very, very wrong
and that those who oppose it aro
very ignorant of It. Tho gall of
that man Pols could be organized
Into a million-dollar syndicate nnd
he would ntlll have plenty of gall
left then for a dozen men.
trustees, but this docs not niter 100 many important things to
the fact that ho was really anxious, think of to pay any heed or feel
to become a nonsloner nt the . anv concern over my own death.
.amis of a private Individual "Now 1 would Jot spook to you
insmrerciy wiuun five minutes of
a . .a.
m-iiiB nnoi. i nm telling you
.the literal truth when I Bay that
my concern is for many other
linings, it is not In the least for
my own life.
"I want you to understand that
I am ahead of tho gamo -anyway.
No mhn. ilias had a happier life
titan. I havo had n hnnnln iifn
"u In "every way.
" "I have been nble to do certain
""'ithlnPB that T immllv t.tw..l
i i - - r J VT.Q.IVU
do, ana i am interested In dolnir
Tno rrogressiTO party lavors ouier tmnga.
recalling officers who do not do l I can tell you with nbsolut
The Missouri Supreme Court haB
ordered that the Progressive can
didates shall bo placed on tho of
The Progressive party Is
and baa no bosses you havo
much power and oay so as
United Statca Senator Wm. J.
Stone waa hero Monday and made
a jipecch at tho court house. Mr.
Stono waa closely guarded by out J their duty or who nro not faith- truthfulness that I am very much
iui 10 .iiRur irui in any way.
local nollltlcons who aeemod to
Bcent pic. Wo tried to get aomo
of tlvom to ok Mr. Stone aomo
queationa, but Uioy shied. How
Mr. Stono can. hold auch a fol
lowing aftor being exposed la hard
to .understand and leads ono to
Uio conclusion that "yellow dog"
politics is still with us.
A 'good judge fears no recall.
mt , t . 1 1 1
iiieru a hu uccasiun mr recalling nninni , . ,
him. The dlahoneat Judge feara ' ITL0' y,.gln,cnt l. aX"W
uninterested in whether I nm
ahot or not.
"It waa Just as when r u.
tho Tecall and
called at once.
ho should bo rc-
Tho Progressive .party la plod-
geu to -destroy the "power bohlnd
l iw a private waa to be ter
i . ..
cuseu jot iccung at tlmca aomo
panga of anxiety about hla personT
al safety, but I cannot understand
a man! fit to bo colonel who in
ihn thTrtnn'' n )ia Ulnvl.lM. Pay any hood to his PCTSOnal' Safnt
ernmont" which dominates the old ty Yhan . 110 ta occupied, as he
nero, was tho final test I put up
taxce down! ore the favorite1 P"" Everything muit be done out to bo occupied, with tho nW
slogans of tho DcmocraUc cam-lnbove- board and all motives stud." , " . ".lo m auty
palgn. Of courao iho Democrata. ,eai I
have a good chance ito "aavo"
Missouri thla time, but keeping
tho taxes down is another thing.
rue ucntocrata are too anxious
for ti little -pits
taxes, and by the
wouui-oe boss goto n llttlo piece
of plo tho taxes will bo anything
but "down". Another hobby they
hivo 19 tx say Uov. Ifadley favor-
eu trebling taxci. Mr. nadley
muy nnvo laToreu a more correct
assessment, but this would not
have raised taxes a mite. That's
.only a silly piece of nonaense.
On September 30th. Senators
Clapp, Oliver, Paynter and Pom r-
ene, ox the committee on nrlvl
any man Is. Ex.
legea and elecUona, met in Wash
Ington to rettume their Inquiry ln-
10 pie Biro and sources of tho cam
palgn funds of recent years. Cor
nellus Jf. Ullsa, Jr., Bon of the lato
treasurer of the Republican Na
tional Commlttoe, submitted an
auditors report, showing that
iuu.uuu was spent to elect McKIn-
lai. I ,DAD. .1.-1 "
J w bj,vuu,oob was
raled to reelect him in 1030. nnd
that $2,088,000 waa raised for tho
Roosevelt campaign of 2904. Mr.
bum naa no record of any .con-
trinution from the Standard oil
company ,or rrom any other
source..- He submitted a letter in
which hU father wrote that as
treasurer of the national commit
tee, ho had. pereistcnily refused to
make public the names, of contri
butors, uad that ho believed (hp
right to keep sush matters secret
wai,a sacred, an the rttht ' a
man to cast a secret, ijallot; To.
podkb cojiwipmg te napes, of the
aaaaaV " I'll ! M I1M I iiHTl 1
nn I . 1. J ...
una cause witn mv
wiioto nean ana soul; I believe in
tne trrogrcsaivo movement
to my own mind. I cannot sup- movement for tho betterment of
porv voourow Wilson on tho Dem ' mankind, movement for makln
to worry about I Cnitt I)lntform' out I could .up- Httle easier for aU our
ho time nvorvlp on, tho ProgrewilVo plat-, Poople, la movemont to try to
... . . y form I could aunnort Theodow, take tho burden off
I a .w H ItfJU
nuuBVi n " rrogresslvo plat especially tne woman in this coun
form j but I could not support him try wiho Isf most oppressed.
n TI nnrrr.inU I . 1 (IT . .1 Y -a
- w...vr.-uni; inuiiurm. inoro i aowoTueu in tne success
fore, It waa not a question of men, of that movement. I feel un
but of platforms. I hope Theodoro commonly iproud in belonglnir to
s.wV .lu Biunus upon a platform l "1'irienas, i ask you now this
Till! IH lflrrAn 1 . a AfVHlaM aV . I i
- - "w"-' no is or man w accept wiiat I am sav
i M i ..... .... .
iiiB uj uuttoiuio truth when I tell
VAII - T nm mnt A 1. 1 1 .
I J - "l ViUIIKlHK or mv
I own success. I am not thinking of
my mwji..mo ot or anything con-
nectea with mo personally.
x uui ouying xnis by way of
introauction because I want to
say something very 'serious to our
people, ana especially to the news
"I don't know who the man was
who shot mo tonight Ho was
seized by cmo of my fltonograph
era, Mr: Martin, and I suppose is
In the .hands of the police now.
"He hot, to kill me. He shqt the
bullet I am Just going to show
you." ' "
Col Roosevelt then unbuttoned1
coat ond vest and showed his.
white shirt badly stained with
Mood, . ' ,
MNow friends I am vc ili.
aaj flfulet w I possible,' Col Roose-,
ve cuiKlftlMQ, "even II. I nm nnr
f, fo thxKalleflgeyo the
What is a "tonic"? A
medicine that increases the
strength or the tone of the
whole system. What Is an
"alterative"? A medicine
that alters or changes un
healthy, action to healthy
action. Name the best "tonic
Ask your doctor abpMtvit; :
Walnut Qrovo Tribune! A fash
ion paper says oars have gone
out of fashion. You mustn't havo
tho least sight of an ear. Now If
tongues would go out of fashion
several over-worked persons In
Walnut Qrovo could take a long
Washington Star: "So you want
to Intorcst yourself In politics?"
"Well," replied the energetic worn
an, "I kind o' thought maybo that
If I could 'tend to the politics of
tho family, John would find time
to otay homo and put up some
shelves In tho pantry."
In Illinois n bachelor has com
mitted suicide becauso he was tired
of cooking for himself. In Mnsa-
chusctts an old mnld accompli-h"d
the name result becauso she was
tired of carrying fuel, making fires
and having no ono but a cat to
talk to. Too bad they couldn't
havo got together.
Louisville Courier Journal:
"When I first hit town," remark
ed Farmer neck, "I ustor stand on
n corner nnd wonder how all these
city people managed to live."
"Well?" "Well, seeing as thoy
have got $38 out of mo In four
days it nln't such a mystery after
Ilowe's Monthly: A newly mar
ried woman mado a pic for dinner
"I am afraid," the brldo said,
"that I left something out, nnd
that It's not very good." The hus
band tried it, nnd said: "There Is
nothing you could leave out that ;
would make a pie taste like that ;
It's something you've put In."
Tho artist Whlstlor Is said to
have called an eminent throat spe
cialist to attond vi French poodle.
The specialist was not plcaacd,but
ho rendered tho required service
and took his fee. Tho next dny
he returned to Whistler's studio.
"I want to boo you about having
my front door painted," ho said
to the astonished artist.
Posendalc Signal: A certalu Rob
endale youth rccclvod n letter
from his boat girl the othor day,
and at tho cloao aho requested
him to look under tho stamp on
tho envelope Aftor ho had spent
three hours steaming tho envelope
to remove the stamp, It finally
came off, when ho read: "Was it
hard to got off?"
Kansas City Journal: Thoy were
two bosom friends, but although
they were women, one of them
hmdnever conlided her age to tho
other. "Yes" she was inylaK. "I've
kept the secret of my age ever
alnce I waa 20." "Really, said
her friend. "Never told any ono?
expect you will some time. You
are bound to let the cat out of the
bag when you least expect It"
"Not likely! After I have kept a
secret for 10 years I'm not likely
to give It awayl"
Washington Star: Secretary Wil
son, of the Department of Agricul
ture, was talking about the record
crops of 1912. "These wonderful
crops," ho said, "are almost enough
to make you believe tho cross-cut
saw story. "A farmer, you know.
sent hla hired man to a neighbor s
with a note saying: 'Friend Smith
Will you please lend mo your
cross-cut saw, as I wlah to cut
a watermelon up so as to get It
into my dray?" The neighbor re
plied, 'Friend Jones I would be
glad to lend ydu my saw, but
same has Just 'got stuck, in a can-teloupe.'
Any man who' wishes that as waa
woman should try It for a day;
Fasten n counterpane and a blank
et 'round your legs; buckle a strap ,
ground your, waist L so tight you
can't a raw a full breath or vmh
hearty meal: hare your hair
alPloose and .fluffy bo taut it kepi
tickling your ears aad, getting- into.
yodr tya tftotW high-held shoes
ffta gwve . a siaervtsofswaH '.for
yu; cover your face--withf a Veil;.
txmfoti 4Hotsl that make you1,
Miilntf fix a -huge ltoni?pfci'f
mus yoMr.hlriOut;1y the roots. . I
nd then wUhtanv ,aMaT&SiBd I
anHifnaun VUr-aall.i..''. I
s.ih:- ..ww st 4 MnttrV dtr
Conservative style never
departs far from the
overcoat. It is at once
dignified and smart.
Our showing of the
new overcoats and
suits will convince you
that $15 to $35 buys
clothes in as good style
and as soundly durable
and as up-to-date in
shades and patterns as
you can possibly buy,
how fancy a
are handled by this store because the style and quality have a national
reputation and deoenre it Our big stock includes the new shades and
weaves. The older man who eeeks quiet dreitlnees will find clothei to
meet his likes as well ae the young man who wants to drees with
eneppinese and dash. You will be surprised at the range of selection
we can offer you.
J. Berg (EL Son,
Sale For One Day
Saturday, October 26
Miss Mabel Smith's
Hats up to $5.00
Hats up to $7.00
Nice line of Children and
Misses' School Hats at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Executors Sale of Real Estate
The undersigned executors of the last will
of Philip Leininger, deceased; will on
SATURDAY, NOV. 16thn9g.
at the town of Nap ton, Saline County, Missouri,
sell all of the r6al 'estate belonging to Philip
Leininger, deceased, consisting of town lota.
Some of these lots have valuable residences,
buildings and improvements thereon. The" beau
tiful properties have been recently platted and
made an addition to the .town of NaptoM The
plat of such addition will be on the. ground.
The term of sale are cash, and the pur
chaser is required to deposit twenty per cent of
u:j ai r i tm . . .
-ie wiu i tunc or asMC. i oe Mie lO De ClOSCd ii
with! thirty days thereafter.
CHARLES N IE MEIER
DENNIS, Exec utoi
if t' r- u