MARSHALL,! SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24,101.3.
JESS DRISKELL. V. B. Drlskell
icccived n telegram Saturday of the
stid news of the death of his broth
or, Jesse BrlskoU, Who died In Col
orado Springs, Colo., Jun. 18, 1913
nt 2 p. m. He went with his wife
to Colorado some few months ago
hoping to benefit hfs health. He
was 36 years, 6 months and 25 dnyB
old. He leaves to mourn his death
besides his devoted wife five broth
ers and two sisters who are as fol
lows: W. K. nnd C. W. Drlskell of
.Mnrshall, tester and Wesley of
Hlchmond, 3lo. Prank of Oregon
City, Oregon; Mrs. Levi Hlnton of
Nnpton, Mrs. George Griffin of
Mexico, Mo., and a number of
nelees nnd nephews besides other
relatives and a host of friends. He
was burled In Colorado Springs.
On account of his poor health W.
K. Drlsknll of this city could not
attend the funeral.
JOHN H. BOYER a former Sa
line county resident, died In Tyro,
Kansas, Sunday at the age of 71
years. Ills son, William, Is con
nected With the Eagles Home here
Mr. Boyer formerly lived north of
town. His remains were expected
at Slater yesterday for burial.
DOHA MKAD, col., died at the
home of her father, Henry Mead,
in Independence, Mo., Tuesday,
January 1UU after a several days'
lUncAi. She was Iwm in Marshall
"May 18, 1892. being hardly 2t years
old. She was a faithful member of
the Independence B.ipt'st ehur h
nnd also of the choir. Her re
mains were brought to Marshall
hist Monday and taken to F.ilr-
vlow cemetery where her pistor,
Hev. J. "W. Fitts, conducted n short
aervlce before laying the body
away In Its final resting place.
MHS. SUSAN IUN(. II Kit. rol.
Hied nt her home in East Marshall
Tuesday of pneumonia and heart
trouble at tlte tig o' about
years. She Is survived by .the.
lo'lowlng child en -Mrs Wm l'oy I
Tnlbert Hincher, Mrs. Hott'of r.it"h
Held, Ernest Hlncher. Deec-iscd
was a good woma i and mother
A party given at the horns of
Silvester Dllloy, In the upper Mi
ami bottom last Friday night was
iulte a success and everybody en
joyed themselves most happily.
About 10 o'clock refreshments of
lemonude and cake were served,
which gave evorybody a start for
it more, enjoyable time. About
nlxty were present and departed
for homo nt the midnight, hour.
, A fluent.
ONE DEAD AND
Quick and Terrible Punish
ment for Thieves.
A better trnp could not have
been laid than the two colored
boys got themselves Into Saturday
morning when they tried to steal
a bucket of alcohol from the lab-
, oratory at M. V. C.
It seems they broke Into t)ie
main college building through an
east window about I a. in. that
morning and started away from
the laboratory but as it Was dark
they used matches to light their
way. In this manner their alcohol
became Ignited. Their clothing
must have been full of alcohol ns
as they Were set on fire and In or
der to save themselves left their
burning clothes behind them and
ran for home.
Fortunately W. F.McDanlels, who
has charge of the buildings, came
along about this time nnd seeing
the fire summoned the dormitory
Htudents to his assistance and with
the hose In the building soon had
the fire under way without serious
damage, but it Was a narrow es
cape for the beautiful building.
Mr. McDanlcls soon found a clew
to the fire when a doctor was tel
ephoned for to come to look after
several boys who were badly burn
ed. This told the whole story.
Everett Fields, one of the boys
died Monday morning after some
terrible suffering. He was about
18 years old and a son of Mrs.
(leorge Fields of near the college.
His reputation was not a good or.e.
His remains were laid to rest In
Real Estate Transfers
K H Ntickles to C W Bridges
lot 3 blk 32 Slater
Senlel J Oots to Luther
CopelanJ nnd wife lot
Idock 10 West Slater ...
John F Evans to William
Auer and wife 120 ncres 31-52-KI
William S AueT to Jno F
F.vans lot . block 10 Slater
John F Kvans to L I) Mont
gomery lot 16 blk 10 Slater
I'h Lclnlnger to W F Heck
ma ti lot IS blk 3 Lelnln
ger addition Nnpton
Norman Cliaffce to Mose Land
lot 5 and 6 blk 2 Jloyd ad
Moso Lan.l to Stanley Smith
Jno Henley to Chns N Fenwltk
1-2 !rregu!ar lotlnHcrndon
Georgia E Ware to Charles
Willis Irreg, lot in Miami
Michael Jaeoby to Peter I)
Wise lot 20 block I Boat
right ti Gordon addition ...
Peter I) Wise to Michael Ja
eoby tot 3 block 2 Aliens
2 u.l- addition Marshall
Dan V. Herlder to Jennie M
Kirk lot 7 block 15 W. Slater
Edw Elson to C H Irland and
wife 10 acres in 10-52-20
Jas G Corson to Annie U Cor
ttoo 21 acres In 2-19-23 1
.Ins F Neff to A N Dickson li
ngular lot Marshall 90 by 200
A S Dickson to Jos F Neff
7." acres 22-.VM9 . . '.T3-
Mary A dough to Wm I) Itnh
lot 63 East Marshall
Win L O'Donnell to T. .'.
v.iiney 30 acres in 30-50-21
I ( . weeney to VI zipln II
O'Doiuicil iimi' laud -.
Marshall N llrltt to Joseph
Llneberry 40 acres In 31-52-
The Saline County Medical So
ciety's monthly meeting was held
ill Marshall Jan. Uth.
Tho subject "Epilepsy" was pre
sented by Dr. H. D. Qulgg, super
intendent of the Missouri Colony
tor Feoblo Minded and Epileptics.
Drs. D. F. Manning and Jas. It.
"Davis were appointed on program
The program for the next month
lv mooting on Fob. Uth will be
"Appendicitis" by Dr. Jas It. Davis
nnd "Gall Bladder Afflictions" by
Dr. Abner Gore.
The lecture by Dr. Hoxle at the
First Presbyterian church Friday
evening will bo under the auspices
of the county association.
Wosloy Urton was seriously In
jured In a cutting fight Friday
jllght by John Roscher at n party
nonr Ilorndou, Roscher camo to
MarshuU Sunday morning nnd sur
rendered and was roleasod under
$1000 bond, Tho case depends
largoly upon tho outcome of Mr.
Urton'H Injuries. Mr. Roscher also
recolved some cutB. The quarrel Is
the result of an old difference.
Fnlrvlew cemetery Wednesday.
Jesse Farls, the other boy, is still . Jessie C Morrison
In a serious condition we are told, j Thlerfelder 10
He Is a grand-son of Joseph Whit-' 17-52-10
ney of nenr the college and is also, Minnie G
considered a "bad boy" being Fixer
about 17 years old.
Dr. IS. M. Sp'otts, who is attend
ing Farls, tells us he is badly burn
cil. on his breast and Is still in a
It Is supposed that there are
also some other boys implicated,
and to find out a number of ar
rests have been made but nothing
It In fortunate that the guilty
parties had to bear the harden of
the loss in -this case, instead of tret
ting nwuy oh Is usually tlin case.af
ter causing a "mysterious" fire.
Flzer to Jas W
fi wire l-S Int in 10
Finer to Mime, same
Met Monday evening, Jan. 20th
with all present except H.- S. Tuck
.r who wnH sick.
Ordinance -rehttive Mo vacating
alley. In west end of lots 10, It
ttnd 12, block 6, Hoyd's addition
voted down. ri
Ordinance to vacate Lacy St.
between Allen and O'dell and be
tween blocks 1 ant'l 7 In Wettnck's
addition passed. '
E. D. Thompson awarded con
tract for 'pulling the ten Inch
well, to replace It nnd put six Inch
well inside at $2 per foot.,
Municipal ownership of electric
'Ight- plant discussed but no dofin
Uo action tukon. Mayor Mitchell
and Aldermen Jluff, Rose and
Mitchell report on plants Inspect
ed on their trip.
Hon. Nelson S. Darling
The entertainment Monday night
at the high school auditorium un
der the auspices of the East school
was a fine success. Mr, Darling
was at his best and his entertain
ment was much enjoyed ns well as
of an educational nature. Tho re
ceipts ,-of 'the., ovonlnjr were'; about
ono hundred dollnrs. After, pay
ing axponses the East Hoho'ol fwlll
have a liaiidsome surpiusfor tholr
muiuin I training department.
-V.dW- Wlllinms to. Ida Squires
1-6 Int. lot I block 10 Eu
bank add Slater
Ida Siitlres to Tetter Williams
lot I block 10 Eubank add
liarve Williams to Tetter Wil
liams 1-6 int. lot I block in
Wm J Finley to John P
Veils 8o acres in 2-18-22 ... TiTO
John P Veils to W J Finley 80
acres In 35-19-22 6000
I. C Dennis to Jas II Dennis
23 acres In 21-10-21 000
Mary Washington Kettle
Patton to Henry Clay lot 113
East Marshall 1
Henry Clay to Mettle Patton
lot lit E Marshall : 7
Hannah M Ruplee by sheriff
to It I. Jenkins 30 acres in
.Sheriff to J G Goodwin 20
acres in 30-50-20
Among the Sick
Mrs. Harry Roberts is able to
sit tip again while Mr. Roberts Is
back at work.
Emmett Murphy of East Yerby,
has been down with tousllltls but
Mrs. Mottls Schleszer 'of south
west of town, has been confined
Mrs. C. K. Scott who has been
real sick the pastwcek Is able to
Miss Susan llaruttm, teacher at
the West School. Is on the sick
Ross Latimer underwent an oper
ntlon In the German Hospital In
Knnsas City last week for appen
dicitis, which was successful and
hu is doing nicely.
Loren. Rasse was sick several
short days last week yes, we
mean several "short" days. He
Is newly murrled and even though
sick tho days must have seemed all
too short. Anyhow such nursing
as he must have received surely
would have gotten him up In less
than a long day.
Fre Lecture Tonight.
The American Medical Society In
conjunction with various Mate
medical societies 'has undertaken
some missionary work in tho way
of spreading Information concern
ing public health.
A number of the most noted Phy
slclans of the country have agreed
to give, as their contribution, six
lectures each In places where their
services are desired.
Through the work of the Coun-
tv Medical Society, of which Dr.
John Hall, Jr., Is president, also
of Missouri Valley College, the
public schools, thi ministers of the
city and the local charity organi
zation, Dr. G. II. Hoxle of Kaunas
City has been secured for a lec
ture at the First Presbyterian
hurch In Marshall Friday night.
The physicians of the city speak
In the Jdghest terms of l)r Hoxle
ns a learned physician, Christian
gentleman and a pleasing speaker.
He has studied In leading schools
of both America and Europe.
Since he comes upon the Invita
tion of the various organizations,
it Is hoped that a large ntidieure
will greet him. The lecture I"
free; all expenses being borne h.v
the American Medical Society.
YSIII every citizen Interested In
"Preventive Medicine and P ub!l
Health" listen to Dr. G. II. Hoxle
at the Rock Church tonight at
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining in the Murshall, Mo.
postofflce. Jan. 22, 19lu. It not
called for In 15 days will be sent
to the dead letter office at Wash
ington D. C.
Mrs. R. T. Johnston
. Mrs. Ullii llarton
Miss Lola Williams.
Mrs. Nellie Clark.
V. E. (lower
W, H. White.
R. P. Rey
Willie M. Cook,
llrig Hard Camp
L. W. VANDYKE, P. M,
JOfflOOl I HI'
Henley & Company
" RBAI. KHTATia.OANS.
8wet Sjh-Ib&m. Mianonrl.
W Hur d Mall Vmrm:
Frank TJarouart, who IsomnlovcU
an the now government building
here, was- badly hurt yesterday
morning. He was assisting tinfoad
. . . .
Injr some mg stones frojiv icar,
when ti rope mr the derrick -broke
mil he hjul his tinkle and 'shoulder
broken. He was taken to Hotel
Howard, where Dr; D. C. Goro'-was
called to attend him. He is from
Uedtord, Ind., and represents tthc
lledford Cut Stone Co. Ho Is in no
'erlous danger ol tjyjhg
Tho baptist church had nineteen
additions Sunday tna a rosult of
tho roviva services tho post three
The following announcement lias
been received here :
"Roverond and Mrs. Wilbur Cum-
mlngs Longden request the honor
of your presence at the marriage
of their daughter, Alice Adeline
to Reverent! Wesley Morelnnd
Smith, Wednesday January 20th
Soochow University Chapel."
Rev. Smith Is a son of Mr. and
Mrs, A. II. C, Smith of southeast of
town, and is a missionary In Chluu
Road Being Built
Wo are told that a big force of
men and teams is at work near In
dependence, Mo., grading on tlte
new .electric rnllwuy and that the
road will bo completed within two
years, .This sounds more hopefnj
than anything in-tho past,
Court adjourned Wednesday to
next Monday, The following canes
.vere disposed of, .
Joseph Lockney vs. Hold. Camp
IjlMI, time for filing bill of excep
tion extended to .May 13.
Samuel O'Grady vs. Adolph Koy
Long Bros. Grocery Co, vs.
Ilitrnds & King, dismissed.
Bertha Allison grunted divorce
from Otto Allison.
Abe White granted divorce from
Maggie White. .
Gllham Drainage District hearing
set for June 2'.
Mary Johnson vm Thomas John
son, divorce, defendent files an
swer and cross bill; plaintiff files
.motion for alimony ami stilt
Walter Allen Dcavcnpoi-l vs.
Mary Evnllne Deavenport ; defen
dent files answer antl cross bill
mid temporary alimony. Motion
for alimony sustained, plaintiff or
dered to pay $25,
Norn Rnnsberger vs. Harry Hans
berger, divorce ease dismissed by
It. C. Home, Jr. vs. John A Her
tel & Co. motion for new trial sus
Wm. J. Finley vs Western Inv.st
mcnt company quiet title, decree
Wm. 1). Bush vs Dr. Charles Law
less, dismissed by plaintiff.
Henry LoWenstlen et til vs. Old
Colony Life Insurance company,
decree for plaintiff. Appealed to
court of appeals at Kansas City.
Oscar Glfford, of north of town
returned Tuesdny fron n week's vii
it with relatives In Kansas City.
The College Glee Club will glvw
concert at Blackburn next Fri
day night, Jan. 31st.
Aug. Reker, Geo. Kerstcn and
Julius Backer, three Grand Pasi
farmers, were here Monday see
ing the sights.
profs Hitchthorn, Vawtcr and
Miss Krelser, of M. V. C. will glvo
n concert at Nelson next Thurs
Mrs. V. V. Huff entertained Sat
urday afternoon in honor of her
old school mate, Mrs. J. L. Price,
of Taylor, Texas.
Mrs. G. P. Wetuel antl children,
Percy, Opal and Henry, of near
Slater, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Mrs. C. K. Scott.
A. Armstrong ami family of Odes
mi, have moved to Marshall, Mr.
Armstrong Is employed nt tho
Frank Witt, of Atlraln, Mich.,
came In Tuesday for a week's visit
to his slMer, Mrs. Jos Schles.er
Miss Mabel Smith Is visiting rcla
tives in Kansas City nnd from
there will go to Chicago to buy a
new stock of millinery.
L. J. Basse & Son request us to
announce that hereafter they will
close every evening nt 7,15 sharp
except .Saturday evenings.
I.'n rmer's Siivlnes Bunk of Hit?
.lusvllle vs. John Logsdon. court ' Hose & Miickrier report their first
irders executive Issue. sate nay nauiruay uie uiggesi in
W. A. Campbell will have a pub
lic sale at his farm 2 1-2 miles
southeast of town, on Thursday,
Feb. 6th, of his entire herd of Jer
sey Cows and somo gootl horses.
A Slight Gain
Dr. A. C. Putnam, vital statisti
cian for Mural all towmh'p, reports
thnt during the year 1912 we hnd
136 deaths and 137 births a close
Willie A. Htalllngs vs James A.
Stalling, divorce, decree for plain
tiff. Judgement for $50 suit mon
ey. Restoration of maiden nnnn
Annie Lynch vs. Dennis Lynch
divorce. Defendent files answer,
plaintiff files motion for tempor
try alimony ami suit money.
Carl D.ivls by next friend v.
liiM'pli Hightower: dismissed by
Carl A. Thompson by guardian,
Jtuiies M. Thornton vs. It. "W.
Finley et al appeal. Jury falling
o agree, is discharged.
Among Our Friends
The follow' ng were new siibscrlb
ers or renewed during the past
L. J. Rasse, Marshall
E. Clay, Mt. Leonard
Chas. Foltz.i Malta Bend
Fred J. Hlnnah, Gllllum
J. II. Sellmeyer. Gilliam
.1. A. Peel, Miami
Wm. .'linger. Marshall
Cluts. Shackelford, Napton
A. W. dough, Marshall
Miles Vardcmnn, Salisbury.
Mrs. Clark Jarnegen, lliuel Val
Mrs. R. S. Reed, Nyssa, Oregon.
Joe Heilman, Jr., Marshall
Albert Doyle. Malta Demi.
Alice Payne, Mulvane, Kansas.
Eugene farter, eol Miami
Heun litickner, col, Miami.
Nolautl Glenn, Gllllum
Ethel Epperson, Gilliam.
d'Mighter was bom to Mrs.
Fleming, nee Miss Drrothy Woo.l
hrlgc, in Kansas City on January
13th. She hits been named D-ro-
Mr,, antl Mrs, Ben Odell of near
Napton nnnnunce the birth of a
new daughter on January 13th.
Col. F. M. Stone says to
'em his rheumatism Is better.
The Brotherhood of the First
Presbyterian church was partially
reorganized ednesday night.
Dr. A. W. Halsoy, of Now York,
will speak at the Odell Ave. Pres
byterian church next Tuesday, Dr.
Halsoy is one of the secretaries of
tho Presbyterian Board of Foreign
Missions and has Just returned
from an Inspection trip of many
of the missions in foreign coun
tries throughout the world, so Ids
talk ought to Interest nil, 'He is
also said to be n fine speaker.
J. S, M. Huff and family went to
Boonville Tuesday on a visit.
John Fuutb was in from near
Shackelford Monday on business
P, C. Evans' sale at Shackelford
last week was saitl to have been a
R. A. Venuble, of near Slater,
Hpent Sunday with Marshall
The Missouri Retail Clothiers As
relation will meet here February
Hufus Mayfleld Was up from Sla
ter Sunday visiting J.'E. Murphy
Mrs. Norman Chaffee visited her
daughter, Mrs. W. S. Snowdell, In
St. Louis last week.
Mrs. R. B. Taylor and daughter,
Miss Bessie, arc visiting Mrs. Wm.
Gulager at Muskogee, Okla.
Miss Roberta 'Napton is in Kan
sas City with her brother, J. R
who has been quite 111.
A. J. Haynes has gone to San
Antonio to spend severnl months
of winter weather In comfort,
Mrs. Clyde Galloway returned
Monday to Brownsville, Pa after
a visit to H. S. Tucker's family.
L. F. Leyhe says their sale is
proving a bigger success than ex
pected and is btlll on tho boom.
their history. The second day was
also remarkable, Mr. Hoe said.
Mr. and Mrs. John Laird nf
lllenlttm, Ontario, Canada, arrived
Friday to visit their bother-in-law
Robt. Campbell. Sr., a month.
W. II. Wilson, of Mt. Leonard,
was here Tuesday arranging for
his sale on February 20th. From
here he went to Norway, Kansas,
Carl Gllbreath, reared in tint
southern part of Saline, died .Mon
day at Golden City Mo. He was
u nephew of G. W. DuvU of Mar
shall. Dr. W. W. Webb, col., said thero
is much sickness among his peo
ple. He mi it) Mrs. Susan Hlncher,
Mrs. 'I'n 1 1 and lien Gaines, of East
Marshall, are all very low.
W. E. Vawter Tuesday bought
Leonard ViinDyke's handsome res
idence on East Arrow at $(2)0 and
in turn sold Mr. VnnDyke his placo
on Brunswick, the old Parent homo
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Carpenter
have icttirncd from ti visit to
their daughter, Mrs. Fr.ve, in Kan
sas City. They are thinking of
moving up soon to make tl at place
Ml"- Stella Sanger Wt yester
day for St. Louis to visit her sis
ters Mrs. Ed Lines anil Mrs. J. H
I.oomis, a few week while on her
vacation from her wt.rk al Gross'
Cal. Stewart, who lias, been play
ing at the Dixie this week, is an
old favorite with some of our peo
ple, who remember hlhi when ho
stayed hero by force of circum
stances. Some twenty years or
more back his company stranded
here ami, like u man, he went to
work to enrn money to ''gel back
Hiram F. Henderson, a former rei
ident of Marshall, was run down
and killed at Baltimore on January
Uth by a freight train which caugh
him unawares while crossing the
track. While here he clerked for
P. H, Franklin about seven years,
leaving here 22 years ago ami es
tablishing n successful business in
Lyman Peters, whose head Li
minus most of the customary luir
always looks wise with his intelli
gent eyes, glasses nnd well-fed ap
pearance, and to the unknowing
his head now looks us it it had
"busted wide- open" with too much
knowledge or something, as a long
crack runs across the top of It.
When asked about it he said ho
had a tall while on his recent visit
south and struck a sharp projec
tion which made tho injury and
also rendered him unconscious for
awhile. The Injury was finite ae-v
vere. k j
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