MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FKIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913.
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ROBERT HENRY RAMEY, an
old and respected citizen of B act:
burn, died Friday, .Tnnmr 2 ,19'
aged "4 years 11 months and 2?
days, after nn lllncBS of two weeks
Robert II. Ramey was born l
Rappahannock County, Virg'nla,
January 21, 1833, and nt the age
of twelve, in 1850, moved to Mis
souri with his parents and has
resided hero cvor since.
Ho wn9 married to MrJ. Sarah
Elizabeth Chappoll in 1871, and to
this union tlx children were born,
three of whom are living, Mm.
John Jennings, Blackburn; Mrs.
Luther Carmean, Sweet Sjr'ngt;
Ernest L. Ramey, Blackburn.
Ho is survived by a brother and
three sisters, tow'.t, J. W. Rmcy
Blackburn; Mrs. Fannie Horn'mk
le, Kansas City; Mrs. T. M. Elsen
and Mrs. Molllc ihnscll, Higgl a
villc; and three grand-chlld-on.
The funeral ecrvlce was held at
the Blackburn Chr'ntlan Church
Saturday afternoon at 13' o'clock
by Elder 0. H. Shankiin, a former
pastor df the deceased and ofth
Blackburn church, and a large
crowd assembled to pay respect t
his memory. Blackburn Record.
VM. IIAHLIN, of Slater was
found dead In M. Clark's feed yard
In Slater Tuesday and it Is sup
posed to! 'be tho rosult of an at
tack of jappoploxy. He is sur
vived by his widow. Mr. Harlln
has until recently been night fire
man at the Slater mill. His broth
cr camo down from Kansas City
and will tnko the remain back
today for burial there.
MRS. JULIA M. ALLEN relict of
A. J. Hocner, proprietor of the
Daily Meat Market closed up hi
place Tuesday night saying he
found business unprofitable.
Tho City Meat market has also
boon closed for several weeks. Sir
Qelscndorfcr sold a half Interee
to some Texas mon who failed to
taVii rfinrvn nnil Mr. Pntinmnr
tho lato Richard M. Allen, died Ii i .u nwn,i m. ,, i...i- i-rr.
a hospital In Kansas City on Jan dcclded not to continue the busl
uary 23d. Her remains were brought 1 ncM at nIoM oyer thc du ,cal0
to Marshall Saturday nd " We now havo only throe meat
services at tho Christian Church I markotjltho New fYork Racket,
were laid to rest in Ridgo Park g p ac,Bcndorfcr nnd Tom PoW.
ccmctory. . OP tho
Missouri Sportsmen's Asso
ciation Here June 4, 5, 6
T. M. Ehlcr, of Saline City, pres
ident of thc Missouri Sprrtomcn'o
Association, writes that he succeed
cd in landing thc big annual
state shoot for Marshall and that
it will be hold hero Juno 4, S, an:'
, This is thc biggest event in
this line in thc state and will bring
Lmany marksmon 'rimMl sour' a .d
surrounding states to our city. I
is known as tho Grand Mirsour
Handicap. About 2S000 target'
will probably bo broken.
E. W. Brown, of this city is sec
retary of thc association. Mr
Ehlcr it will be remembered ha
been carrying off ogr?at mm
honors in shooting contests thc
unst several years.
The Church Suit
Dr. W. H. Black, Geo II. Althou'c
and V. V. Huff went to Jefferson
City Monday to hear the big
church suit argued beforet he su
premo court. Thoy came back
feeling much encouraged and
think tho verdict to bo rendered
noon will bo favorable to thc
, MJD FRAZIER, col., dlod at his
home In Blackburn Friday after an
illness of two, years, at the ago of
25 years, no Is survived by his
wife, two brothers and six sis
ters. Ho was a member of thc
Masonic order and n reliable citi
zen. Ills remains wore laid torct
in Salt Pond cemetery Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Frazlor of Nap
ton, passed through Marshall Sat
urday in answer to a telegram an
nouncing his death.
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining in tho (Marshall, Mo.,
post offlco Jan. 20th 1913. If not
called lor In two' weeks will be
sent to tho dead letter office
Washington, D. C.
Mies Pearl DIckerson
MIm Bertha Thomas
Miss Luetic Walker
Earnest ilah-ej-. '
L. W. .VANDYKE, P,
The Parcels Post Law is rcqulr
lbs many additional young men
and women for Railway Mall, Pjs'
Office and ''Letter Carrier service
Salary range Iroml $50 to 8150 j
tigoe 18 to Hb, Mr. E, A. Graham
will be'ian the Ruff notol on Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday, Fob.
1st, tid 3rd at wftich time ho de
sire to mioet any young man or
w&man whbt' may dc'slro any o'
these places, Call and eee him.
' Mrs, 8. (H. Stewart of Nopton,
whq fell ojn the ice last week and
broke an, ankle, 1 able to sit up
again. 1 i
'I t Henley. Jb Company I
ii . BKAI.MrrAVill.9ANa. a
atwV, . ' ?wkv 4,m
!&f ; '.taHeeefSawtaie, MU-I. 1
5 .- .
J. S, M. Huff has cloiod a trade
for his intorelt In the HutT-Proc-tor
hardware Rtore, but tho new
man has not taken charge of his
Interest as tho deal is not quite
Tomatoes in January
Marshall has soma ambitious
Hardeners who nro determined to
"beat tho other follow" at any
cost. Dr. Tom Smith of East
Arrow reports rlpo tomatoes In
his garden or. probably it would
bo moro proper to eay In his bed
room, as anyone known that to
matoes would hnvo to be pamper
ed' like a pet carbuncle to produce
ripe fruit now. Any", ow, Dr. Smith
has put It over the other boys
good and proper.
J. F. Davis, of near Napton, will
have a sale of personal pro per t
on Feb. 18th. Ho lias a big lot of
horses, mules, brood sows, milch
cows, farming implements, etc.
T, A. Cartee will have a public
sale of personal property on the
Geo. Lankford farm,- eevon mllep
northeast of Marshall, on Tuesday
Feb. 4th, commencing 18 a. m. no
has jgoo3 lot, of horie'a, mules
cows, farming Implements and
Chris Zimmerman will have r
nubile le at his farm near Hard
man on Wednosday, February 10th
commencing at 12.30 sharp. Mr.
Zimmerman has decided to retlr"
so wjll ctofee out all his stock and
Dave Anderson will have a sale
of stotck, hy, corn and natlvr
lumber on Feb. 12th. Watch for
dv. next week.
Noland Glenn, Gilliam.
Ethel Epperson, Gilliam.
Joshua Graves, col., Miami
Helen Graves, col., Miami
play Holmes, Marshall '
Maggie Hlntoh, Marshall,
Earnest Pragaian, Sweet Springs
Lilll.a,' Krause, Sweet 'Springs
lenry Drake, col., Marahail
George Hawklps, Marshall
fuUtf Browriy Marhall
Mri,tVrT'.''t.Fltapatrlk whot fell
.recently' the 'ice and'-' wki pals?,
wily hrtl'nek betteK?)
The Christ'nn Sclcntli t h.
rented the store room raccntly vji
catcd by J. P. Johnson I in tlif
Campbell block and havo fittsd 1
up and nro having their scrVko'
Father Lawrence Meany Is th
new priest in chargo of thc Shack
clford parish. Ho is an al-lc an
Mrs. E. E. Elsca entertained th
ladles aid members of tho Firs
Presbyterian church at her biau
tiful home on Eastwood Tuesday
There were th'rty-throe nd-JI
tions to thc Baptist church as a
result of tho special meetings
which cloned Fridny evening, Un
der Rev. Hodges paitorato ther
havo been 67 additions to tV
Tho Bnptlst Young People' Un
Ion gnvo a social lait night In
honor of the now mombcrs ofth
First Baptist Church.
Rov. D. C. Bolton reports that
tho new church at Antioch Is com
pleted and that he preached In It
Inst Sunday. Thc good people o
Antioch descrvo credit for their
Christian Science service St:nda
at, Jl n. m. at hall Jn Campbell
block. Subject, "Love."
The Sunday nchool class of Mrs
C. V, Davist gavo her n surprls?
oarty Tuesday evening. Mrx
Davis will leavo soofri for her home
In Texas and tho party was I
tho nature of n farowcll pir y
Her friends, and pupils regrjt to
Rev. B. T. Wharton nnd family
will bo tendered a reception to
night by thc Christian church.
Dr. A. W. Halsoy, secretary of
thc Board of Foreign MIsslonR of
thc Presbyterian church, nddrcsc '
the Women's Missionary Society
at thc Odcll Ave. church Tuesday
afternoon nnd n general meeting
nt nleht. His talk was of a most
ntartllng nature, few realizing Ihe
tho advance China has made tho
past several years. Among other
things ho snid that three fourths
of the present Chinese offlclnls
are native Christians and that near
ly all temples throughout tho new
republic havo beon converted Into
school houses and legislative hal's
That the Chinese have realized the
full worth of Christianity nnd
Wcstorn civilization nnd are rngcr
to udopt them, Ills address was a
most encouraging one.
Among the Sick
Mrs. Aubrey Deal of Sweet
Springs, has been very low.
J. B. White is reported some bit
ter this week. i
Mrs. Will Reld Is recovering from
a weeks illness.
A. A. Grimes of the Broken Dol
lar Store, la cfo tho sick list this
Fred Zimmerman was here from
Hardeman Monday. He said hi
mother Is still quite sick, .
C. C Barnett, of southeast of
town, has been down five weeks
and ta still quite sick. He has
grip and other complications,
D. C. Noonon has been crjtlcaily
III at! the home of his .daughter,
Mrs. L. Nooe, on West Washing
ton, the-past week with grip and
a touch qf pneumonia and heart
Dr. J. E. Harris took MIsb
Amelia 'Solomon to Kansas City
Tuesday to undergo an operation
but they found Dr. Pierce, who
was to do the operating sick and
Dr. Harris came back while Miss
Solomon's operation was put off
till he la better. Mrs. Harris ac
companied her husband to Kansns
We received the following announcement-
Tuesday-: l,Mr. i and
Mrs. J, A, Purcell announce the
marriage of their daughter, .Ethyl
M to William Robert jBnnls on
Sunday, January Wth, lt19, ' Shel
don; Mo." Th' groom ia forme''
'Marshall boyvdf east ot'.towjv id.
one of our finest young men. The.
bride is unknown to tM. but we
know Bob haa good Uete as his
4MW'aHJ;tMMM MUmw Inlife
a ourww. (iMMiajr uajftv;
C. & A. to Spend $250,000
in Improvements at
"I hnvo somo good news for
vou Slator folks," said E. 1!
Chrysler, the big Master Mcchani
of thc Western dtvlil in of th
Alton Wednesday at nun, a tt
ho had a conference with tl:
President nnd other - . c'.i! Mi
morning. "Tho managemrnt h
decided to spend $25 0 i i 1 u
ing it thlrteen-stn'l math t o 'ho
enlarging thc power house undo.
verting tho pro3ont mach'in nhor
into n boiler and blacksmith choi
Oh I its coming, there's no doub
about It," he said ai his b'.acV
eyes glistened with cnthti inm
"Yes, wo nro going to have a n
depot, too," he said, "but tint 1
not included in tho appropriation
mention. They naked mi th'
morning what I wanted and
told them what wo had to hav
In order to do tho work at thl
place. After I made, my requos
there seemed to bo no objection
When Is operation tlisie ehop
and roundhouses will' furnish cm
ploymont for about '460 men.''
Tho proposed Improvement wo"
contemplated several yoirsngo A
that time it was planned to spent'
$450,000 here, but on nccoAint o
financial matters and railroid lej
station at Washington only n pes
tion of thc work was done.
As stated above tho Improvemc'
will consist of a thirteen
stall machine shop which wi 1 co-
tain nn electric crane power.'n
enough to lift tho largsit cm.
from thc track and place It any
where in thc shop. In thc powc
house will bo In-tailed four 2
horse poVcr water tubs hol'cr
Tho "back shops" will bs of n
oblong shape and will bs locate
south of the present roundhous
A new track will bo laid from thr
road crossing oast of tho depo
to the shops for the purpose o
conveying engines nnd mnchlner:
direct to tho shops.
W, H. Murray, Gencr.il For'ma
at thc roundhouse is ns'cnthuninH
tic over thc prospects as Mr CYv
aler. He has been general fcrr
man of shops operated under th
direction of Mr. Worthlngton, re
ident of the Altoji, nnd Is of th'
opinion that he has full authority
to order Improvements here H
believes when the work Is com
plcto we will havo up-to-date
shops, which will be us modern m
any between Chicago and Knn-t
City and much of the work which
has been done at Bloomlngton will
be repaired and reconstructed hrr
Ho also believes that the work wi
begin here as soon as thc wcathc
will permit, as the plans and blur
prints havo been made out for
Mr. Murray is of the oplnior
that a portion of the approprin
tion may be spent in laying a wa
ter pipe from the Mlsiour! rive
and establishing a pumping sta
tion 'near the old Cambrl'lg
Since writing the above we have
been .informed by Mr. Casady, r
prietor of Hotel Saline, that sever
al'pf the directors were with tho
officials here Wednesday mnrni p
and .'definite arrangements were
agreed (o and stakes driven where
the new ahop is to bo located.
A Ladies Dance
A party and. danco out of the
ordinary was given Friday oven-
ing at the Elks .club rooms b
about thirty of our young' ladies.
At the dance halt the young ladle;
represented gentlemen and thr
others the ladles. MJfts, !elle Dur
ling presided at the piano. Thr
chaperones were Mesdames F. W
Mites, W. B. Vawter, Mrs. J. C.
Patterson, J, D. Fleming and Mr'
B. 8, Brown. Among those prrr
ent were Miases Edna and Ruth
Harrison, Mis Mary Smith, Misses
Florence and Catherine Patterson,
Misses Lillian and, Susie. Barnum,
Mis Susie Faris, Miaea Mildred
and Mary Piper, Mias Lillian Ball
Misa Catherine Sue P.enlck, Mis;
Catherine Ott, Miss KugnlavFlem
Ing, Mias Minnie Rote, Miss Bee-
.Wharton, Misses Leonora and Ch'r
otte Bohn.'Miaa Rllenj Fisher; Mls
Mary Dean and Mlu Mildred Me
Anlneh. . .
5 G ;tA. Brti wt .wiV l.ri i fo,-;,at
vowii -i-f-r! i,orja- i
Last Thursday evening as we
were about half through with
printing thc Republican, a big
sccUon o' pulloya nnd shafting was
pulled from thc ctlltng and in fall
lag struck M. E. Eady, our fore
man, a glancing blow on thc head,
cutting a gash about three in he"
long on top of his head and htuts
ing his shoulder. Dr. A. C. Put
nam Was called anl a'tcr attend
ing to his In),i,"'t2 he was take
to his room whera hi is getting
iog nicely. Mr. "ndy residci a
Slloam Springs, Ark., tnt is bo-rl
ing nt Mrs. RlmbyM while her.
The accident resulted from a
belt, which is new and therefor
rong, getting caught on a so
screw whon It slipped off tho p'd
Icy. As soon as it caug'it, Itwra
ped thc belt around the nhnft an-
ns it did oo it Jerked thc sha't
Missouri Valley Council of thc
Vratcrnal Aid Assoc'ation elected
thc ollowing officers nt their last
C. E, Lowrnnce, president
Nolle Coin, secretary
Mrs. J. M. Finlcy, chaplain
Chas. Ji. Frommc, trustee
Mrs. F Mciry, pianist.
J. M. Finlcy, pait president
Jas. Anderson, trcnsT-r
Geo. Langnn, bl s v r
Mrs. Geo, Lnngan, trustee
C. D. Fromme, guide
Mrs. Corn Hope, vice-prcildent
Dr. J. L. Phclan, medical examin
II. B. Donahue, sentinel
Dr. Pho'nn, trustee.
Frank Walters is hero ram Chi
cago instructing our new operator
John Lowis, as well as Severn
others In ttic operation of our
new type caster instate! last week
This business wh'ch wo started e
cral years ago in n small way h.is
grown nicely and we now have a
capacity of $150) a month and arc
running full tlmo. This large vol
ume of buslnets In c -line. Vo-i .lt
tho paper and being nhort of hob
much of the time has ovmvo k
tho editor till wo arc roady for a
rest. In order to. ka?p the 1u
nes-s going full capacity and not
overwork ourselves we Jinve ar
ranged for several new assistants
and after thoy aro familiar with
their duties wo will ag.tln be able
to get oit into tho country for
somo of that good csuntry han'
and fresh ulr trips.
Died After Operation
Mrs. S. I. Woodbrldgc, ofShar.
ghal, China, died In a Boston hos
pital last week after an operation
Rev. S. I. Woodbrldgc Is a broth
er of Jahlcel Woodbrldge, form r
ly of this city and the doei
was a cousin d' P:es'den-el"'
Woodrow Wilson. She was trough
over from China for the orcntlo
In the hope df saving her life.
There will be a nubile meetln
at the Circuit Court rapm In M:r
shall Saturday, Fob. 8th at 1.31 r
m. to organize the Saline County
Agricultural Bureau with a vl,w
of securing a county farm advis
er. All farmers and business men
especially urged to be prese-1.
Among Our Friends
The following were new aubscrlb
ers or renewed during the past
Motrls Anderson, CllmaSprgt.
J. W. Earp, Malta Bend
Joe Mackler, Sweet Springs
J. VandegrKt, Marshall
Oliver Price, Marehall
W, E. Biar.aom. Marshall
Mrs. Matilda Taylor, Mtrdia'l
G. A. Brown, Marshall
J. T. Loaton, Mars' all
W. L. 'Rogers, Marshall
A. O. Gabriel, Nelson
Phil' The.'aa,, ColuniVa.
Miss Cecelia R gfa'i, Kansas C ty
Mrs. R. T. McKeever, Mt Leo aid
K. M. Allen, Bldon
J. M. Pike, Marshall
Missouri Cattle Feeder's
Tho third annual meeting of the
Missouri Cattle Feeders' Associa
tion was held in tho Agricultural
Building at Columbia. Missouri, o.s
Tanuary 15, 16, and IT. Greater In
terest than has ever been expre's
cd at nn annual meeting bc'orr
was evident "by the crowded lec
ture room nt every eemfon.
Addresses by Denn iF. B. Mum
ford of Columbia; President S P.
Houston of iMnlta Bend; Profes
sor W. A. Cochel of thc Kansas
Agricultural College; Prca:d?t.t f.
S. Jones of thc Chicago Live Stocs
Exchange; John T. A'etnndzr '
thc Chicago Livestock Exchange
and J. It. Thomas of Columbia,
were particularly interesting and
At thc business sssiion tho Or
ganization Committee rccommc d
cd that thc scope of the Associa
tion bo extended to include the
Swine and Sheep Feeder's Inter
ests. In nccord with their recom
mendation, tho name t'. thc As
sociation was changed to the Mis
souri Cattle, Swine and Sheen Feed
ers' Association, nnd slight chang
es were made in the by-law In 'r
der to accommodate thc interests
which sought admission to the
Thc officers elected for 1913 are:
Prosidont, S. P. Houston Ma'ta
Ucnd, Mo.; Vice-president, C. W.
McAnlnch, nughcsvlllc, Mo.; Vice
president, John A. Rankcn. Sr, Tar
kio, Mo.; Secretary-Treasurer, H O
Allison, Columbia. iMi
The following rc'Olut'ons, which
were unanimously adopted set
forth some of thc points dliscusse-t
In the business sessions.
"Whereas, A revision oft the tar
iff duties will work to the distur
bance of tho agricultural Intorct,
Wo request that the tariff Ve
scientifically investigated and that
It revision bo needed, each sche
dule be revised singly .
Resolved, That we, the MIsrouri
Cattle, Swlno and Shoop Feeder '
Association In annual cession hei -
by protest against the proposed re
movnl o Import duties on live
stock and meat products until such
reduction has been scientifically ia
vestlgatcd, deeming premature no
tion ns being detrimental to the
live stock interests of our State.
Resolved, That wc recommend to
thc Legislature, that liberal sup
port uo given to the Colloge ol
Agriculture nnd especially the
Live Stock Department.
Wo also recommend that the
work of tho Veterinary Dcnart-
ment of tho College of Agriculture
which has contributed towar S
eradication of diseases among live
stock, be liberally supported aaJ
Resolved, That we suggest that
the Misaourl Legislature, .now In
session, formulate a law gov rn'n ;
ine proaucuan and sale oh Hog
Resolved, That we, tho Mifsouri
Cattle, Swine and Sheep Feeders'
Association, do hereby call your
attention toi the qualifications of
Mr. Henry J. iWntcr) 'or the nosl-
Uon of Secretary of Agriculture in
the Cabinet for the preaitntlnl
Mr. Henry J. Waters. President
of Kansaa Agricultural College, Is
one ai xno foremost mon tn ncrl-
cultnral work today. As Dean of
College ot Agriculture at thc Unl
veraity of tMiastrari, he organized
one of the strongest most efficient
Colleges In America. As President
of the Kansaa College, he has made
great strides In the nroirress of
agriculture. Ho Is deeply ground
ed in practical agriculture being a
farmer's son. ne is also' one of
the foremost ecientlflcatly trained
men in America, ne is honest, ef
ficient and enenretlo. w. i,u
friends, endorse him. Proshlont
Waters Is not seeking the appoint
aent. We believe that the apro'nt
mom onouia nunt tho mm.
B. W. Bybee's barn in tho north
ern nart of Hmhill l,iimr Sun
day about midnight, causing a loss
oi anqui. :ee. Tne nre is sun-
posed to have been. startel" bv
tramps. The fire denartment w
unity .toj-get, at the fire as the
urn .w..iojsr Brew, a .fire plug
Had Bad Fall
While returnlntr from fi':nt,ni-
Tuesday, Fred Glenn residing ' vi
me tMiine county uidtf aT tN?r!v ?
Tell oft the embankment of, ith
bridge and broke Ms fog several
oiaro. we nave not loarn-jd ho
he la doing1. ?,
John W. Poaorn. nt Pniinli.m-
Is here with his brldo visiting it's
Mrs. Kate Hester man am Mrs.
A!?h Jl JfJi ,o Jericho s r' n
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