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Published every 'J nirrsdny nud enter- j
eu in Dost oUlce at .Marshall .Mo., as
Terms,: K1.no Per Venr in Advanic
J. .1. WITT, lulltoi".
H. I. I'HKSTOX, Hii-lno .Mummer,
MONEY TO LOAN
Of i leu, Boll, 0; Horn-
Press Clippings f
J. R. VANDYKE
(Too Late lor Last Week)
A 'arm advisor will be n big
thing tor our farmers and the Ken
cral prosperity of Saline county
boast it al'ing.
It fcenu matter of only a hIioii
time till lh United States must step
In and take control of .Mexico. The
tmiiendous low of life and property
i.uift ha stopped and Undo Sam can
It n-Hr.a Mttlcit that iMcjnl s-l-in
of ConTfas lll Ik? culled te
..id Mart it i.'i i or ilu. ii.om) uf
levl-inp the Tariff. That will be the
I 'tinning or trouble for i K I) ..o
cratlc party and possibly for the
i au n try. .Marlon Koglster.
The farmers of this country sorl
uusly objected to the teclproclty trc n
ty with Canada one year n;o. Now
they have a I'reHldeut who favor not
only reciprocity but the Free-Trade
or Tarlff-for-roveniiu policy with nil
the nations or the world. HoonvHIe
Home of our worthy exchanged
rcem to forget what constitutes libel.
It In a deliberate attempt to injure
someone and a number of papers nro
on dangerous ground when they de
liberately stnto that the Marshall
lieptihllcan ban Hold out, will he dis
continued, etc. We arc doing more
business than ever and expect to
continue business at the old stand,
The statement Is sometimes heard,
"What bo docs speaks louder than
whnt he savs." This Is only too
true. It linn become, hnrd to toll Wrlhduy anniversary.
what to bellevo when a man tells you I s,ltIy mornlim Mrs. A. B. ltllej
something unless you nro a mind . received the news of the death of her
render and It is remarkable to what MrH- """ " or M,'m-
extent a person's mind enn bo rend. I11". 01,l- -Mr- ,t,!" ,,lcrt of I"10"'
vn.. win .......i ...r... m..i i.n'n nv ' iniiiilu. .She mid her IiiihIkihi! and
I have money to loan at live and one-half per cent an- jjj""
nual interest, with the priveie ye to the borrower of paying yi
any part of principal at any time, and rebate the interest
from date cf payment.
These are liberal terras and if you want money, now is
a good time to uet it.
I furnish abitracts and perfect titles to all lands and
town lots in Saline county. 1 have buyers for Saline county
farms. If you have one for sale let me know about it.
Detroit Free Press; "Are
ambitious to die rich?" "I'm
iMtlous to die In any condition.''
not : Z
Q A Kansas editor has this to jar
jnboat the rarcel Post: There it uo
j dai atr 01 a man carrying aroint I 1
Ill-pound pneknge his wife gave Jil-n
to mall a week ago and then hsviu
to ilb to hr about it.
VANDYKE & CO.
Lowest Rates Easiest Terms
Office: Between New York Racket and Bank of Saline
.Mm. Snllle Calloway went to
lavnpurt, Uhlabomn, Inst Friday to
. !Ml bur daughter, Mrs. .MaruaVel
Mrouni and lamlly.
... I 1 .iMIIliP lU'.V.CSB u.
spent Sunday with her homo foil;-here.
Lorn, to .Mr. and .Mr. 11. Falos, a
Mill, February -'. lt13.
Doru, to Air. and .Mrs. X. Xesl, t.
uaughler, February , 111 13,
.Mis. II. (lalbraltb, whose forme,
home wiu between here and Waverl)
for many years, died ut her home In
Waverly, Friday'. Her funeral was
conducted In Waverly and the burial
was In the family cemetery near Wav
Naomi lluruotte, daughter of .Mrs.
W. llurnetto of Waverly, died In n
St. Loulu hospital after having under
gone an operation for appendicitis
Inst 'week. She was 17 years old.
Iho burial services were In Waverly
at .M. I', church, Itcv. England pnstoi.
Tho sympathy of friends Is extended
to the berleved parents,
Mrs. S. Chrlsman Is quite sick In
Kansas City. Ile'r father and mother
went to see hor this week.
.lolin llurruss mid brother .Merrll
of Carrolton spent Saturday and Sun
day with their brother, H. llurruss
and family, It being Mr. llurruss'
SEMOItS AND FACLLTY
liiiteitiilncil lly lleini, and .Ml-.. I.
Eviiuil, Diainntlf Take Off oi
The seniors of '.Missouri Valley Col-
lloonvllle lRe of class of !!U3, aad the u nity
were uenniir.ny iitrtainuii it; tn
nlptht by Desn 1. X. Errafd and wile
t their pretty home on Diu:u
The reclovliij? rooms or(the Evrrd
home were beautiful, Willi olaboran
(lcenrntlons of carnations and Jun
iinlls. The rlo'wers were sont to t!i
host and hostess by the Hoard of tho
Itoforin school ut IJooiivlllu of wliic'i
.Mr. Evrnrd Is a member, and the
thoughtful 'compliment was hlghtj.
The special diversion for thu even
ing wns a take off of tho faculty by
the seniors. The little comedy had
been carefully prepared and the as
signment of parts, could not have
been better.. Dr. Itlack was pre
sented by David Fitzgerald and Mrs.
lilack by .Miss Iluth Hose, wbosu Im
personation was true to life, It Ir
said when Miss Itose would Insist.
that thu students leave promptly a:
10 p. ui. In thu second scene, whm
they were being entertained at tin
liack home It wns very realistic and
received hnrtly applause. Miss Una
had fcome toruble to get one of the
dresses of the president's wife with
out her suspecting thnt sbe wns u
apsuiue the character, but with the
assistance of Miss Sara lilack, she
succeeded. Prof, and .Mrs. Orube
were represented by A. H. linker nni!
.Miss Iluth Harrison, Dr. .V':(ilunls
and wife, by .loe .lobiisou and Miss
lleiin Itnsse, Pror. and Mrs. Laugh
Mil by (lerald Fitzgerald and Miss
Vlrglc Carpenter, Prof, and Mrs. Pc
ulrk, by Cniiiind Neal and Miss Llz
alo 'ocbran, Prof. Sewoll and wire,
Hubert McDanlel and Miss Cecil
Francisco, Doctor and Mrs. (llsrlcl.
loe Vertrnes and Misa Mnrgarel
M n ti ii I it Dean and Mrs. Evrard Sim
on Jlyrs and Miss Mary Dean, Prol.
Flchthorn, Edward Fletcher, Pror
Vawter, Salomo Whltsett, Dr. Pelor
son, Herbert WlllliiKhnm, .Miss Kiel
ser, Miss Mary Hurt, Miss llllss, Miss
.Margaret Downs mid Miss Hicks,
Miss Mildred Taylor.
Tho "take off" was one of the
best In tho history of tho college nud
was splendid In every detail.
Punch wns served during the even
ing, brick cream nnd enko wcro also
served, and tho nffnlr wns onu of the
most delightful of tho year In colloae
.Mr. and Mrs. Evrard know tho art
I t. . i l . l . . at ..
effusively, "So glad to moot you," '""" lonuony nve.t nuio tor sev
yet you renllzo ho iloesn't mean It or1"1 sl'" wnH " ''' or
probably doesn't know whnt ho Is. aiotlioillm church and was a con
snylng. Another man will say thnt lMt(,,,t Christian, over ready to do
lie didn't llko such n man becauso nr''",p 8nvlor" wo"!- ovoli.i
Rome trait ho mentions, when you 1 wlr". ,"()ll,ur' B,B,,ir' '''"r "d
can readily sen ho has a different frl',,,, A liimlmiid. four daughters,
reaM)n. The man who thinks his In- 0,,B H0"' ,1,r0H H'Htl!rH' 0,10 br0,1,,;r
most thoughls nro not read by those remain to mourn her death,
nrpuud him fools himself more than! .....
ho does tho other fellow. To gain ; .lANNECK.IM.U.MAW.
the confidence and esteem of your, on Thursday, February i:ith, at
fellowmon It Is necossnry first to i,0 0im, 0f tho bride, tins Jniineck
take u real Interest In them nnd a : .Miss Nora lleumauti wero milted
desire to love nud help. Then there ,y jiuv nuck In the "holy bonds of
is nothing to hide and tho owner f matrimony." Tho bride, a daugbtei
the "good will to all" disposition .of Tji c. Heuinnnii, Is an accomplish.
v.ill soon find his fellowincn wnrm-!cd, winsoino woman and never looked
Ing up to him.
We are told that as long as Ihe
fanner boys feel that they haven't
something Iho city ,chnp can't have
they will continue to long for the
city. They have a good deal In their
favor If they only knew It. Tim
average farm boy who goes to tho
city becomes one of the submerged
mnRB. Not ono out of ten nchlovo
the success they would In tho coun
try with n llko effort. Tho average
man goes to the city. If ho escapes
the snare of fast company, ho Is like
ly to quit struggling for tho top of
the ladder nnd settle down to a $10
to $20 a week Job and grind year In
rind year out for n living with want
Marlug 111 m In tho fnco when bo Is
worn out. One of the best ways to
overcome this city fever Is to start
with tho young ladles, teaching them
tho true worth of Individuals and not
n liking for brass buttons. Then
the young man should bo enrournged
by permitting more social enjoyment
nnd a better education. After be Is
ready to start up for himself hn
should bo given financial aid If be
showB a tendency to make something
for hlmsolf. Homo may fall, but
the average young man with a little
backing will make good and tho fa-
thor, uncle or "big brother" who
starts a boy out right does n morn
noble net than he who goes to tho
foreign mission field.
Bank clearing In tho United States
nro fast niinroacUInc $4,000,000 n
week, or $200,000,000,000 n year,
more lovely thnn on her wedding
day. The groom, an energetic,
prosperous young fanner, Is indeed
to hn congratulated. As tho sweet
strains of Lohengrin's bridal chorus
floated softly on tho air, the bride
nnd groom, proceeded by their at
tendants, MIhu Laura Heuiiiaun, sis
ter of tho bride, nud Frank Jnnucck,
brother of the groom, decended thr
stulrs and took their places befnn
the mluHster. After tho cereinou;
nnd cougrntulntlous, all went to tin
dining room and partook of on ex
rollout repast. There were mnj
presents both beautiful and useful.
May their futuro bo as bright n
the dny they embarked.
Albnny Lodger: A doctor has le
ctured that walking Is atlrcEome ex
ercise, and not especially beiiettiint.
However, we never knew u man li.
have a puncture or burst a tire wblt
he was walking.
Little Louis, four years old, ha-
been sitting on the eofn all mourn?
when his mother said: "Yon H
been a very good boy all mornliu. '
there Is anything you wish I will .-:
it to you, Louis." "I would ii..e i
be a bad buy thin arternuin, ' he rc
Cincinnati Enquirer: The k;i'
hearted old lady handed the hoc-rr -dime.
".My tnnti, how did you be
come so poor?" she asked, "Whm
brought you to this terrllle stage t
poverty?" "The parrel post, niii'ani.'
replied the begRar. "You see, I useo
to be president or an express com
Fond Mother, (back In town)
"Yes, Dorothea Is engaged, na
nice fller, too. I'va only ono thin.
spin 'ini- he's nn Ostrich." You'i
never mistrust though, by his looks
Hint he's n furrincr; but he Is, b)
birth. Ho wns born In Ostrn." Am'
her confidant gasped "Austria" mid
breather again. ' .
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Fcr the ibove the
CHICAGO t& ALTON R. R.
will sell, on Feb. 27th and 28th, and March
1st and 2nd,
REDUCED RATE TICKETS,
good until March 10th. Apply to C. & A.
O. E. HAWTHORNE, Marshall, Mo.
The Prcstiiiinu tins. of the High
School Entertains the liiiilnrs at
Delightfully Fancy Dro-t Party.
Kalph, the llve-year-old eon o
.lames Oppenlielm, anther of "Tin
Nine-Tenths" and "Tho Olympian,'
was recently asked whnt work he wri
going to do when ho wns n man
"O," he replied, "I'm not going tc
work at nil." "Well, whnt aro vol
going to do, then?" ho was asked
"What?" ho repeated, seriously.
Just going to wrlto stories,
An old gentlomiiii nud his wife at
tended church one evening last sum
in or nnd sat by an open window
The katydids wore chirping outslib
nnd nttracted tho lady's attention to
Marshall has had a great man)
pre-Vnlentluo ruuctlons, nil of which
have been delightful, hut none have
exceeded in real whole some pleasure
thu Valentine musquuriide given b
tho freshman class of the Marshall
high school on Friday night In honoi
of tho Juniors,
The affair was given nt the high
I'll, school building and tho number pros
Ui cut Including tno two classes ana
faculty was about ono hundred.
Tho decorations wero In kcpplun
with thu Vuleiitinu occasion nud the
brick Ice cream was also heart simp
cd and was served with maccaroons
Tho (diversions for tho cventnp
wero the Virginia reel, music nnd re
tho exclusion ol tho service. The old L(aUo,1H j,Ha Tutt Llst nm, mips
entertaining easily nnd well and
to tho plensuro of tbolr friends.
Harry Miller and wife, who have
been In southeast Missouri for several
iionths have returned.
.1. H. McChesnoy hna gono tq Kan-
ras City to attend tho automobile
I W nr-' S "
l& f! ; r
... nt.tn niv .if rrnl.dn. Lnrflt County, tft
rrink i. i'ifH'r pIm H tbt h U enl4
ldieurr of tbv drtu of T. 1. Cbi-ntx ft Co., d
K tlSrJ" In iU WT of ToMo. Countr nd
Ef.rl ;;7...i.i nut nl Arm will ir
ieh nd 1ri ciw of 'Urrh tint fntwt bo
T J'UANK J. CIlENnY,
la h(ort me mil tulrrlkrd Id my
' Mnlarv Public.
ii.tfiCaLnrrb' Cure U ttkn lnternllr tat
am llltm' tor te.tliuonUli,
i ;, '. CHKNKY 90., Toledo,, 0.
... 11 Clrtltf.Ilt..' 7SC. W .
An effort Is being nindu to huvc
a macademlzcd road to tho cemetery,
J. 1. Huston is the chnlrmnii of (lit
committee appointed nud succeeded
in getting several V-00 subscription!
ns a starter. Petitions nro being e!n
dilated by it. W. Campbell and IMrb
Wnlker and $2,000 has been vnUed.
Tills Is a matter of great moment ti
not only the citizens of Mnrshall, Uai
to tho county as well. A great man
of our farmers aro buying lots at
llldgo I'nrk nud nro bringing their
tletttl hero for liitormont, so tin nip
ount needed for the work, ?u,Ml0,
should not bo hard to raise and t Is
one of Marshall's most needed im
provonients. It is the purpose to ma
cadamlze Yerby from tho westorn
limit to the cemetery.
, . ,.
Vntijeit of the Left Hand
Pat, who was left-handed, wns be
Ing sworn In as a witness In the West
Btda Court of Denvor, Colorado
"Hold up your right hand," snld
Up went Pat's loft hand,
"Hold up your right hand," com
mnnded tho Judge sternly.
"Sure, and 1 am, yer honor," do
dared Pat. "Me right hand's on mo
left-hand Bide." Woman's Horn
Companion. . '
nothinp; so rapidly restores health
and vicor ns SCOTTS EMULSION.
It is the essence of natural body
nourishment, so medically perfect
that nature immediately appropri
ates nnd distributes it to every
organ, every tissue feeding,
nourishing and restoring thcra to
SCOTT'S EMULSION is not a
patent medicine, but is nature's
body-nourishment with curative,
upbuilding properties and without,
a drop of drug or alcohol. It con
tains superior cod liver oil, the
hypophosphites of lime aim sotia
with glycerine, and is so delicately
emulsified that it enters the. system
without digestive effort builds,
tones arid sustains.
After croup, whooping cough,
measles and other child ailments it
is nature's ally in restoring health.
After erirjoe or uueumbnia it
imparts strength and kealth, and
for colds. couEhs, sore, tight chests
and throat troubles SCOTT'S
EMULSION gives 'the greatest relief
ttovrt fc Sowxb, BkioKiScU.H.j. U-
gentleman wns very fond of niuslf.
mm niter tue ciioir nnd snug ti
beautiful anthem ho turned to lib
wife nnd whispered, "Wasn't thai
wonderful?" "Yes," she replied, "iiik'
to think, thoy do It with their him
Topekn State Journal: MIh;
Clara Kvelyu Mclliigh, a teacher In
one of the Topekn schools, read at n
recent teachurs' meeting from a col
lection of iiunlut examination in.
Hwers that shu hml been gnthrrlu;'
for soiiHi yenrs. Tho gems of Mis
McHiigh's collection wero "A hllr.-
rard Is tho Inside of n hen." "Tin
equator Is ti muungeiio Hon ruunlni
round tho earth." "Oxygen Is t
thing that has eight sides." "Tlx
cuckoo never lays Its own eggs." "A
mosquito is a child of black nui,
Cleveland Plain Denier: A lady
having morer than tho uveragu por
tion of avoirdupois mounted a Su
perior avenue car tho other night.
Safely inslda sho grabbed a strap and
stood on a sitting gentleman's toes
for tho trip home. Almost Immedi
ately Hie Hitting gentleman got up,
bowed gracefully nnd motioned hnr
to his Bent. "You nro t very K.Cu
sir," dimpled tho rolypoly lady, sub
siding. "Kind?" snorted tho genllo-
man who hud risen. "This ain't
kludncEB It's self dofenso."
Ilegun wcro thu renders and Mls
Laura Taylor and Mr. nobt. Itnllov
contributed largely to tho inuslral
Tho masques wero worn until
about !:30, when they were discard
ed nud there wero n number of sur
prises ns tho happy company of glrlr
and boys wero woll disguised durliiR
tho first part of tho evening,
FOlt MISS .MOHULAND
Happy Cnmil of ftlrN Knjoy Sumplii.
ouh loust nt MUmmii I Valley Col
lege, Tbiitxlay at Noon,
Miss Mary Morcland, formerly of
this city, but now or Columbia, who
Is a visitor here was tho honor guest
at n happy noonday feast at ho college
Thoso who enjoyed this feast wero
Misses Mildred Taylor Hess and Addlo
Wharton, Kathrino Jester Kntherlne
Murrell, Kathrino Cooper, Margaret
and Mildred Mnniilng, Florence Pat
terson, Kathrino Suo Peulck, Ellen
Fisher, Dixie Bryant, Mildred McAn
Incli, Lutlo Itobcrtson, Ncllo Newton,
Mary Piper, Mar Hurt nud Miss Ma
bol Pearson of Snllno City, who fs tho
guest of Miss Lutlo Itobcrtson.
F. W. Ttittle, wife nnd ehlldron of
Mt. Leonard nro hero tho guests n'
fume Llndsny and family.
T. D. Kelrn entertained tho follow
ing guests at dinner Sunday: Misses
Dcta Novllle, Minnie Thomas, Dott
Clark, draco Lasloy, Esther Kelrn,
Hoy Kliichlou, Edgar mid Leveret t
Marsh, Charley Clark, Edwin
Thomas, Lester- Horndon, Ernest
Putmnn, Jack HorrTdon. At I:20
p. in, tho guests dopnrted for Eudcn
vor at Mt. Ollvo,
Percy Hose, who spent Inst woclc
at Kansas City returned Saturday
night. He enjoyed somo of tho good
attractions there Inst week.
WOOD & HUSTON BANK
OCBBJOOrF?nO0exa m li lOrjOOLadHJOCO
C. a. I'ACJH, Vlalrin ol thollniird
J.V. HUSTON. I'reolJonl W. 8. HUSTON, Coaliler
J. C I.AMK1N, Viao-Proaldonl l'.C.llAHNIIILI., Ae.t.Coeh.
C. ti. VAUK
C. M. BVCKNKK
I.. 1. MUHRELL
J. C. I.AMKIN
Vf. S. HUSTON
J. 1. HUSTON
Exchange: "The homely bus-
band stops nt home, while tho hand
some one ogles Hiu chorus girls from
a front row seat among tho bald-
heads." Tho speaker, Mayor Rock
well, of Akron, wns addressing n
women's club on marriage. Ho con
tinned; "That wob a wiso washer
woman who, on being asked why she
had married such an ugly man,
said: " 'I prefer a homely husband
that stops at homo and wrings my
clothes rather than a handsomo one
who stays away and wrings my
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' . -
When tho doctor orders you to
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you say. You Knqw you nro weak,
run down and falling In health day
by day, but you must work as long
as you can stand. What you need Is
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Havana, Cuba, $79.00
Tampa, Fla., $54.10
Augusta, Ga., $35.35
ifew Orleans, La., $33.00
Las Vegas, N. M. ,.$40.50
Albuquerque, N.N., $34.40
Charleston, So. C, $40.48
Dallas, Texas, $21.70
Fort Wrth, TexM $21.70
Galveston, Texas, .$35,49
t Tickets on sale until A PHI I. 30. 1913. Final re
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rmany other attractive trips, calr upon
a E. HAWTHORNE,
, Ticket Agent Chicago & Alton H.(R.
td . , ?''' ' " ' MarsBkllMo.
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