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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
A. II. McROBERTS waa born In
Rosa county, Ohio, August 31, 1827
and died at his homo in Muskogee,
Okla, MondayrOct. 21 at 2.16 p. m.
aged 85 yean, 1 month and 27 daya
He was married to Miss Ell ab th
Killer in 1BB0. To thorn two chil
dren were born, both of whom pro
ceded their father to .tho heavenly
home, alter five brief years hla
wlfo paesed away.
a,T ZZ Tr r. ; It. " sympathy. After acrvi.'cs at
Iua "r n, Olive church Saturday morning the
MRS. EMMA HUDSON-IRVINE
relict of Jas. H. Irvine, died In
Pueblo, Colorado, on Oct 12th, at
tho home of her daughtc-, Mm.
Chan. Fisher. Mrs. Irvine refitted
In tho Falrvillo neighborhood mist
of her life. She was 77 years old
arid la survived by 13 children. She
waa a slater of Mrs. T. J. God
dard of 'this city.
MRS. CIIAS. BAKER died at her
home south of Marshall Friday
evening, Oct 25th, after a long
Illness. She is survived by. tho sor
rowing husband and a llttl? daujrh
tor, who have tho community's
whom havo (gone to bo with tho
deir master. Ths aU surviving
children nro Mra Elizabeth Lcmlng,
Joseph N., of MuskogDo; Mm. Lynn
remains wcro taken
Springs for burin L
Wm. C. Staples died. Saturday
rSr,;:,L7;T.; .r ; . morning at hla home in Indcpen
o New York City Fr k MaT-J b'lcf lllnea, He
ta Bend, Mrs. Mary Wilson, ltl;h- W.M 82 n. of Durlal took
uciiu, jr ' ... place nt Nelson Sunday, n short
W on;cou!l h.?r&rtS5W?S
latlng during ho Clvi 1 War he r -
turned to Ohio In 1863 In tho PrCflklont Abrahmn L,nco,n.
spring of 180 ho returned I to Mis- t L ass.nsinntcd
JS 2 mu i , ho was released by order of Pros-'
till o iSS ho Amoved to Allen, Ut Lincoln who signed the pn-
FlSf rlSbS1 S-trrwhe rodent.
Ifusrgci" unsn. City Journa,.
las borne uniu cauou 10 ins im-
mortal homo with tho redeemed In
no waa converted when n young
man, but like many
Jamca Schoolcraft Sir m n vie
Real Estate Transfer
Jaa M Terrlll to Frank West
lots 3 to 6 Davis addition
E R Small and wlfo to Geo
II HaBcmcler lot 2 In Han
cock addition Blackbun ...
Daniel T Ncff to Sidney H
Crimes lot 26 blosk 2 ori
ginal town, Slater
C W Bridges' and C n Tucker
W Q' Suppo lot 1 2 blosk 7
Grand View add Atcr 195
Richard Nucklos to R H and
Q T Nuckles jots 3 bloik 13
English addition and 38, 30
131 Hawpes &Eist Marshall 1
William Elchmin to Elha Rey
nolds lot 32 Arrsw Rock 3"00
EUza Reynolds, et al to Wil
liam Elchmin lot 13 Bing
ham addition Arrow Rock 1203
Jessie Holloway to Jno WTrlp
lett 21-49-21 1000
William 0 Supp to W CCoo:a
lots 12, 14 and 13 block 68 1
to 14 in block 69.5 and 6 bile
00 Now Frankfort 1100
William Suppo to W C Coons
samo lots as abovo New
Frankfort ..." 1
Poyton A Brown to 0 V Buh
land in 11-51-2'. for correction 1
Ellen Bergcr to Jennie Ken
nedy 17 acres 2C-5llO lots 16
nnd 10 in Harris addition to
Cambridge Mo., alio lots in
12-52-10 Qiovm fldtfl'lon
nXa VC1oenPrCfl!dCn0, tUC ,UnS0,1 'l "cv- C- ton, pastor of AaJfiik'StSS
others neglect- (nomlne .for re-chclh die- a hlsl Uoch church noar ' grctchjr nn.Jk
A Word to Our Readers
Wc da not presume to tell any
one how to vote, but a grrat mmy
ve. asked us for our honsst opin
ion and to those socking informa
tion wo will aiy a few words.
Tho election of next Tuesday
represents a three cornered fight.
President Taft has practically no
chance to bo elected. Ill fal'ure
to uphold tho Republican
brlnclples and tho Bitltnger b'un
dor lost him so miny friends tint
ho la out of -the race,
Woodrow Wilson and hls'larl'f
for revenue" platform doei not In
tplro confidence anl hh election
Is possible only by ths division of
the opposing votes.
The Progressive party hai come
out on a platform of social and
industrial Justice and a fcarlesi
stand for right In nil matter;.
While this party is con-Hcrc'J llgh
ly tho people from ocean to
ocean have flocked to Its stanJ
anls and there will bo dtirprlici
next Wednesday. While this
party has largely nbsorbed the
Republican party It should ap
peal moro strongly to tin D?mo
crats. Tho Democratic party has
been so badly mismanaged, and In
completo control of booses from 'o
to bottom that fearless Democrats
should welcome a chines to Jo"n
move which will brln? them to
gether with men of their kind nnd
rid them of customi and bota?,
not to mention pr'J'Jfllcei, that
tend to bad goVcrnmn'. To miik'
hls plainer it it only ncconnry to
management o romco"
ed tho spiritual life. Ho lost his home In Utlei. N. Y.. Wed noadi v ' J . ': ""'V old Democratic counties and
religious experience. When ho nlght of kidney troubU. i ZZ U croet Ion nt onc of oUc hW thoy nr0 ,n t,,c rn
waa about .45 years ,of ago ho wasj 1 f)"i, I T rtnn(1 undor tho contro1 of a tcw
again converted, united with the MR8 ANNJR FREELND to uuuuing.. Pnarrpw minded, polltlchns whose
M. U. Church since which ho hns wfo Q chrk Fpoehn.j dI,rt nt h ; KeV. tTi w. Mitchell and C. P.1"01.0 nim. wo,rk 0:1 th,0, Pf"
becn an active, corncst, consistent homo noir tho Nor,h s,h.0. bu ,(, j,iaynoy Mstca n th- Instnllation Mlc of their followers whl o llv
chrlstlan. 'njf iast FrI(ny M'tr a tiro - we k of Rov. F. F. Wilson, as pistor of ,,nK 0" " 1fnt1r. th t .
On last Monday afternoon ho JUnc8( nged nbout 28 m gho th Sbter prcabytcrhn church l8tV,o,rtuna0'y1 8,1I" ha' hon,Bt -nuletly
and peacefully passod into B11P,.vwi i,v Min i,ni Sundnv. .fldaU, yet the oxtrivngant cus-
that- larger life prepared by a chlldi she WM n m,mb?r of tho Itoms are here. Any Dcmrat wl o
loving Heavenly r aiJi?r. Ladies Court, whleh orJcr took r V.-.""..?:?; T the home of tho bride's mrcnts. n ess man.. The bride Is the dnugh
i niiivi uriiiiu ui an icKi-uuru - ii-rwi i uvuri win II sale 10 . .. . . . w ...
A pure, healthful, Cream of
Tartar Baking Powder
When buying an article of food yon tr
entitled to know exactly what you are buying;
its quality and ingredients.,
If this information is refused don't buy it.
Some of the low grade baking powders are
advertised, but the ingredients of the powders
are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking pow
der containing alum if she knew it.
It is well when buying to examine
the label on the can. Unless it shows the
ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.
Dr. Price's baking powder is abso
lutely free from alum.
Biggar-Rea Mr. Ewell is a member of tho
Tho big event In social clrc'.cs grocery firm of Ewell Bros, nnd Is
w.ia th? B:ggar-Roa Widdlng nt n onterpr.a.ng nnd successful busl
world la enriched by a life so , true clmg0 of hcr ,unornl eW F her Griff in , of Bhiekellord In tereat at heart w 111 nd
noble, nnu neip;u-. as r. evening. Revs. Tumor md Sm th ' " tZl "j' "5," " Vier- b,v evening at B.30. at which time rls of Highland and is one of Mar-
. ' conducted the rvlc. IUb.vo- ,""1.' I?? 10 KCCI Dr W. H. Black united in mnrrlaTO .hall's most popular and lovable
Imiir flftvrtr Innnl bahoIaa mw ifiUnra nn. ilnl.Al
... . - lltllU wt vt.ta w IK niM IM i i illW S) Am 1
walked by his side for over 55 -1,11.1 MIt nho-
years in most blessed WJowJPi pathy of many friends. Rov. R. C. McAdle went to Jack-
lx children, 12 grand-: lUldron and, eont Mq m whoro hcprcach
many very dear friends to mourn ( JogiE tjiur.MAN, co. wl e of cd tho opening aermon of the Pres
hla passing away. Rov Thurmin who 6 m rj byterlan Synod. Ho will hot bo
..Fu"er?.1 "'f3, W,,r m h', hro, died In Kansas Cl'y ck Sunday, so Uero will bo no
mo Ji- h. unurc n in u..u, Wcdncsdiy of hat . , , reachlng at the First Presbyterian
on Thursday at 11 o'clock conduct- (. , . . . . , a...7..
ed Ty.Hov. JamM of Springfield, ' "T ". 7 " "'r"'. . ' "r I ' ' "
osalaKsl by Rev. Leatherman. In- topv Run. v u i. 7 ... T,,, Epworth Lcuguo of tho M.
" w - w . . . - tj V 4
torment at tho Malta Bond cemetery.
Turner nt tho Fpo Wll B p !ot jr1," J jSL!Jn t,cn UP tho People's cause because la Ott, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
church. She was n goo 1 Ch h- a! SliT 1,1 th P00l, The other Phil Ott. Frank Baker, Jr.," of
thin lady and was tikon In the "", n .wt l"'"" ,nvo 8ottcn P plntforms' Kansas City was ring bearer and
Tho attendants were Mr. Ed Wil
son of Chicago, a cousin of tho
J. T. McAllister
From everywhere come reports
3W great awakening and onthuBl
eanv Indicating a big victory for
tho Progressive ticket next Tucs- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D, D.
day. You nro safe in voting the Dugglns. The llower girls were
tidket straight. i Huth Rea, daughter of Mr. and
Tho Progressive party Ins tak- Mrs. Will Rea, and Francis Virgin
Miss Knthorlne Rea nnd Mr. Frank younff to'Ne They have the' b st
Wilson Blggar of Kansas City, in wishes or a large cireig offrl nds.
the presence of about nix hundred
Among our Friends
The following aro subscribers
, who have renewed during the past
l ri- TA t "
groom, iiliu iiwi iiviun uuKHWin, Q .pJ
F. J. Wright, Malta Bond.
W. R. Ennis, Sheldon, Mo.
Clno. M:iyflcld, Stonnett, M.
Stacr?ering Fijr ires
MRS. MARTHA SUSAN COPE- prime of l'fc.
LAND, widow of tho lato William
Copeland, died at hor homo In
'l.'.Jml ..1... - fi .
Ullliam mmit Iflunmajr crm,. w . , .
.gaol 07 years. .'.towln I , ir'..
Pro in US1
over 180?. On n b'l o tlffor-
by Rov. W. F. Robert of this
. si J L. ITaha
7 , ZX moJnT at 1 ensc ,n mirket v lu nd town- f ho hclP care for a
t Si yS?KUld to ,n the Bm:,unt ' t e-"P tin Mr. Baldwin on College. Addition
o'clock and her remains laid . to lncrKU10 , $270,,89, Th,' ,aat Thursday motn hon ho
TJA cemetery urM N hwl iBirtoS WM ,mrt by belng thrwn frQm hs
' J - Uon8 und 8how that wh-ro cggi vehicle, no waa trying to drive n
L ww. worth 8, P4r do. in ?U two-year-old horse! Ho waa not
TS7r3"'' 'V aro now. '? p3.JlSry now l.nrt.badly.
m. u - ,,rt ,Bu rOCclV to oycn fc gw.nnoy of QlWam
"I? 7.PVZ. n." -to verydlttlo and will deliver less.; and Miss Helen Campbjll of Mar-
night was tho most remarkable j Following the ceremony a ro
held in Marshall this campaign.' ccption was given nnd nt 11.37 the
Xhcro waa enough atonm.nnd en- happy young couple left on the C,
ding with Harry Danusor na
Paschal Peavler, of north
tic; whet ojj niv 17
Tlioro waft quite a mix up at Nor
.ti.i in.. ninii n.s.m.
DV IOU17 cnuiwiii W oiv.wm wvv- nn. f.A,. Imwi. ft t A w... ao
... . . - v ji tun rsn. ii . ......
land, who uvea wiui ner roomer, tlo - 4' ' ton weuneaoay night .of last weak
cJr.i 2 c
ii i whon 16 Ight cars w'ero ditched.
V..ilmi rVknnlnnrl. nnd Mrn. Ph.lB. . . .
K ortTrT'ond Mr. Zenna STlUata'Sf? J Son't 8mC broken "up?' No
pefc of ailllam. She is also sur- knoWi dp 1 one waa injured.
V VnuLuV.i.8ri ! rcfiBlV3 P"tlos b3 'anl for.jrt)- -"Houx Campbell, who works at
m m . V ou t0"0"- yu ca't ttnl to v to the CIt.sen office, hid a finger
liaUsr, Mtas Ellsa Moaa of Sinter,- tho Rcpubllcan ticket you efn fcti-l badly mashed last week by drop
Slater Rustler. regUter a kick aaalnit r jo -trade VV a lveavy form on it.
by voting for the Pr'grfBilvj P os
AVIN w. -TnoMSON fed at ,dejlt Bnd Congrewma , B lM,., , Marrie License
hla hom')n Glllhm about 1 a.m. , ... , V
Friday, October 25th, at the age Election ReM-m. li"8 n Z '
of Toicara, 10 months and 7 days.' Section Kea rns . lary Orr, Nelson
Mr, Thomson bad been feeble for The election -letu nt wll no Tom Mbffltt, col., Marshall
several jw?hths -but tho Immediate doubt coma in yr shwly Hi's May Wlll'ama, cot, tfedalla
cause ot hk death waa pneumonia, year, ao. wo will mks no effort to John Curt Sadewhl'e, M-trshall
of which -he was confined only n have them at ou- offl Wo my Mary Alice Gresn, Blsrshall
few-days. He waa an old bachelor l"e tho ptpe? a day cir'y no Qe)i Wt Bakes-, Shter
whqi was reared In thla county He week if the returns are suffl lont- Laura BoBbow, Gilliam
wa fatWr eccentric and will be ly complete Uj tim. Wo f.nu'Ioi . WjBtrar K., Cltv
rm'reij.by: mdy a,tie man clerks to remember that (he law Se7 y
wHk tW'h. K M Burvlved 'les that a report of the pr-U , ' I
by.ntwavri;l)r.erd. and clata be made to tha county chnir- ?T0' Nlson
HrV W. OrFffwWr; " nd not aealei up with the .re DW NeWa
Fu'Herarsrylcirwerehld at the Prt to the county cour1. Dan t jsnea oavepporc,, mua Lick.
Mary inoewi MruiH
thuaiaam to stir the most conser
From St. Louis
A telegram to the editor receiv
ed yesterday from St. Louts says:
"A thorough ennvna of every pre
cinct of St. Loula "together with n
poll of vote of factories, carahops
and largo wholesale housos indi
cate that CoL Roosevelt will re-
& A. for a trip to New York ond
other eastern polnta. Thoy will
return about the mlddla of the
month to reside in Knnaaa City.
Tho groom la a member of
Keith Furniture Co, of Kanaas City
and la n w:ll-known lu Ineas m-n
Tho bride la a graduate of our
high achool as well as M. V. C.
and one of our most excellent
young ladies. She. Is po'sessod of
many personal charms a9 well as
a uanusomo young la-iy, nnu u ts
regret that her Marshall
CoL F. M. 8toe received ' card
froes. bia sister at Blateir this week
l.aome wad popular, as well av poa-' saying 4"u new dugUr arrived at
HwiRwnltoll of jiriiirie Viow
" . At. t
EweU-Merris . Mutt u imovtog. ,
Okas. W. IwtU ud ifU 11 w -
ICorifto airprlaed Uw4e .frlM.ja. Vist , WWS Ffi YarsldM
ST " , Staler Baptist chwreh Strdy at orgei ,u, xi Beaiyj upt itnmiea ary uh, jaaruau
m, l,"ii.-faa:; : .BnWi deliy, ,
t- WVi& -t -' - 1 ; Wc'4 r.'' u ' A- Fine Mfttinf '
... . .lo will fHrnjW thejre'iuri to tSc il , .-iT ,,
B ear.aajii?jrr mmmmmmtrm - g iw KTVN Wt7t'w?F"f' le?fo,ta mORUlvococfOber, MX-
k i.. ll'mCIw)a (aW CUtaawi lalredr,,Of argTr .j3i.
celvo 60,000 votes of tho probable
115,000 to bo cast with prospect of with
greater landslide. Democ a a ion- friends and the F rst Prjsbyterlan
cede, race In St Louis closo be- church give her up. Tho presents
tween Roosevelt and Wllor.' Sent received were many und valuable.
by Guy R. Lacoste.
A nrpttv wold!nT o.ou rd at
There wUl bo a big nnM-alngle thn fwholle church Weln-atJav
tax meeting at the court house Sat m0mlng, whon Curtis Sadewhlte
urday afternoonTat 2 o'clock ad- nnd MUs Mary AUoo Qrean, the
4v?M.;.Ujr. . nauiw i ftun charmlng dnughter of Mr. and Mrs.
saa City, All welcome.
Some one has circulated a state
ment tlutt I was In favor of tho
Single Tax. I wish to state that
tbia report ia falsi and I would
be very gkd to find out who It is
circulating auch report.
. Youra very truly,
adv. Hugh Hayes.
P. J. Green, were married by Fatlv
er O'Neil. Thoy were attended by
MIsa Marcella and Thomas Green,
J. H. Hyland, Sweet Springs
A. W. YoweP, Mnrshi'l
Mrs. S. R. Morrl'on. Genon Mont.
S. R. Scarborough, Richland, Mo.
L F. Hacaemeler, Napton
Albert WllUams, Marshall
F. F. Geratncr, Mnltn Beml
A. B. Purcell, Marshall
W. M. Clause, MarahiU
W. A. Stephena, Randolph, Ia.
Mrs. Lucy Souder, Bluo Lick
W. B. Flanders, Nelson.
Wm. Katlandor, Sweet 8pr'ngs
E. G. Guthrey, Malta Bend.
J. M. Buntln, Napton
Jas, DeMo-.s, nolMm,, Kas.
J. D. Sanger, Mnrah-ill,
C. C. Ompbell, Blue Lick
R. P. Mathls, Marshall
Mrs, J. C. Colo, Danville, 111.
Walter LaRuc, tflackburn
Frank nightaho?, Mirsh l'
P. D. Ball. Marshall
R. C. Plttman, Brunswick, Mo.
Ben Meyer, Gilliam
Paschal Peavler, Marshall
Albert Primer, Marshall
R. P. Gwlnn, Slater
G. n. Dleckman, Gilliam
J. R. Stotaworth, Blue Lick
J. J. Henderson, Marshall
0. W. Walk, Bluo Uck
Alex Grels, Blackwater.
J. U. YanBooven, Glasgow
J. S. Keith, Marshall
C. V. Swisher, Slater
David Rohn, Malta Bend
Tari.t. Yf.. ni.i..
sister and brothsr of tho bride, Fol I 7l;4,, Tl ,
lowing the ceremony a fourccu-M Abrm BUtt
wedding broilc'ast was served the
guests at Ute Green hprae on West
The couple then vint on a cho t
weddkyg trip and on thdr nturn
wlU be at home to their frienda on
Kast Yerby., i i
The groom is In the mill service
and is a steady energe'i-; yoan
iatas, wMIe the bride is both hand
J. J. Bissau tx, Harshall
D. V. Daugherty, Shackelford
T. W. Goddard, MarshaM
T. D. Brown, MnratoM
W. W. Smith, BUck water
J. F. Former, Marshall
week by gettfaag pssrrisd. They
Attly MlciMd.iiwwy, Wetkieaday
mtorsteg for slCfty.awere;
iasMsd tksrsiM' tlM mftsriwiqnrsy
Waster WsfcVs ssJe Tsussy sw
Well aMsensecl and- riysss, fftii
.yard was.' waliMid, '
iaM Mr WaU1 mm
srssa winss, foe i" TT s