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MAKSHALL BAL1NH COUNTV MI8SOUIU I'IMDAV, MAV 22, 11)11.
Mrs. Sarnli Loulso Dowdcn dlod
Mny 11th, 1911, nt tier homo In Mt.
Leonard, Mo., of honrt (allure.
Sarah Louisa Kovlllo was born
March 4th, 1830, nt Nlnovnh, Vn,;
was married to Wm. P. Dowdcn, Mny
28th, 18G7, In Virginia, nnd moved
tho snnio yenr to Lexington, Mo. h
18G9 they moved to Sallno county
and lived a number of yearn on a
(arm near whero Ornnd Pass now In.
A family or eight children survive
Henry A. of Dlackburn, Mo., 'Mrs.
Nancy 13, Lewis of North Powder,
Orcgori, Wm. K Kmporln, Knns.;
Clinton O., Mt, Leonard, Mo., Samuel
E Kansas City, Mo.; Joseph H
Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Mnblu V.
Moves, (logo, Okla.; Mrs, Kunlco I.
Huston, Sweet Springs, Mo,
Mrs. Dowdcn had been a member
of tho Orand Pass M. K. Church,
South, for many yoars afnd her place
Is vacant In tho church and In tho
hearts of many friends, for there
were many warm hearts to lova tho
venorablo lady for her sonorous un
selfish life. Her hospitality was or
tho old Virginia typo and was shared
with friend and stranger and none
ever nskod for shelter or food nnd
were denied. A most devoted moth
er lior children Idolized her and hor
many grandchildren loved hor with
Broat regard and esteem, hcci'lng her
tnlvUe at nil times.
Having lived beyond her thrco
ncoro and ten years sho well know
her tlmo for departure was near and
she sot hor houso In order and her
fsco toward the. Now Jortisulcni to
her homo eternal.
"Hern was a work well dono
A crown well won."
Let thoso who mourn mourn not ai
those Who have no hope, when tltoy
romomlier that their loss Is tho dcr
mother's etornal gain; mny ilio le
rsuved chlldron, grand children fcnd
frcnds lot tho Ufo-just closod bo an
oxamplo and a boucdlctlon, purging
-them to a bettor lifer and inpro faith
ful work In tholr Lord's 'vineyard:
(hat their hopo may bo to meet their
loved ono In that "homo of many
mansions." A KIUH.ND.
MHH. MAUV T. LO(lBIX).V.
At tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Harry Horndon at Dlackburn, Mrs.
Mary T. Logsdon tho widow of tho
late Carroll Logsdon, died Sunday,
May 17, nt 8:30 a. in., attor an 111
ni'fs of about three months of Drl
Mrs. Logsdon had not boon well for
soino tlmo and for thrco months has
been confined to her bed much of tho
tlmo. About thrco woeks ago she
had aotroko of paralysis and has
been In a critical condition slnco.
A largo congregation of relatives,
frlonds nnd neighbors gathered at the
Christian church nt Dlackburn today,
Tuesday, nt 2:30 p. m to pay tho
last sad trlhuto to ono who was loved
and highly esteemed by all who know
Mrs. Mary T, Logsdon, who was
born and reared In Lafayotto county
not far from Dlackburn was well
known and hor many graces of char
acter rendered 'her a fuvorlto whoro
alio lived. Hor maldon namo was
Vi'vle, and her parents were for a
nummbor of years rcsldonts of
Waverly. Aftor hor marriage to tho
lato Carroll Logsdon tho couplo sot
tied on a farm In tho Dlackburn
neighborhood and that continued to
be their home until thoy moved to
n The fuuoral sorvlco was conducted
by Mr. Arthur Downs of this city,
who had been tho pastor ,f tho Dlack
burn Christian church boforo coming
to Marshall. ' His comforting talk,
uwoet old hymns sung were all a sol
nco to tho borcavod fumlly. Tho re
mains wero laid to rost by tho sldo of
tho paronts, tho huBband and other
loved ones gono betore.
Tho children who survive tho mo
ther aro two daughtors, Mrs. Harry
Horndon or Dlackburn and Mrs, H.
C. Kano or Chicago. Tho latter
had been at tho mothor's bodsldo
slnco last Thursdays Tho sons are
Carroll, John, Everetto and Will
Logsdon, all or this county.
Among thoso who wont to Dlack
burn Tuesday morning on tho 0. & A.
to bo present at tho funeral of the
to Mrs. Mary T, Logsdon, which
ok place this afternoon at 2:30 at
a Christian church thoro woro Mr,
4, Mrs. O. W. Lacy, Mrs, Charles
tavmrfm- Un T. Mltxhnll Mrs,
harles' Lsmall, Mrs. O, Q, Fisher,
t . Mr. and Mrs, D. D, Robertson, Mrs.
Wi, BUs,, XUs.Kwra Alblets, Dr.
JT. T. Cksstsia J. T. Conway and
''Arthur Dowas, 'who coidtteU4 the
VIHC1IL K. 1). LANIMhV
After nn Illness or six month of
tuborculosls, Virgil B. D. London, Bon
or Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lnudon or
this city passed nwny Wednesday.
May 13 at 10:15 p. m. at the homo of
his wlfo's parents, 3122 (lllhnm road.
Tho death or Air. Landon brings a
great burden or sorrow to tho par
ents, nn only sister, Mrs. Prank
Kvans or this city nnd tho young wife
to whom ho wns married a little
moro than a yenr ngo, sho was Miss
Nell Summerwell or Kansas City nnd
Immediately atter tho marrlago Mr.
nnd Mrs. Landon lctt for Old Mexico,
whore tho former nnd his father,
Thomas Landon had Interests. On ac
count of tho Mexican troubles tho
Landons returned to Marshall Inst
spring nnd In Juno tho deceased who
wns n lawyer went Into partnership
with J. P. Rogers n young nttoruoy
of Scdalla. Tho young men hnd been
classmates nt tho Missouri University
und woro not strangers to each other,
Thoy looked forwnnl to tlio future
with bright anticipations, but had
only been togothor n fow months,
whon Mr. London was taken sick;
aftor having been In tho hospital In
Scdalla for soma tlmo with what was
thought to ho a spell of typhoid fovcr
when ho wns strong enough, ho and
his wlfo enmo to Mnrshnll, hoping tho
chnngo would bo beneficial. Later ho
wont to tho Doblnson snnltorlum in
Arkansas, but for tho past two
months ho nnd his wlfo havo been In
Kansas City at tho homo of Mrs.
London's parents Por tho past three
weeks ho has-been worso and Mrs.
lSvans his sister has been at his bod
sldo assisting In nursing him. Tho
paronts have nlxo been with him un
til a fow days ngo thoy returned to
Marshall. Whllo his condition was
serious It was not thought tho end
was so near. His brother-in-law,
Prank Evans was in Kansas City
Tuesday or this week nnd when he
loft him ha seemed bottor.
Tho deceased was born at tho
country homo or his paronts In this
county, noar Antloch church, west or
Marshall. Ho graduated from tho law
school or tho stato university with
honors, and with n bright and well
stored mlndi would no doubt havo
been successful in his profession. Ho
was genial in his nature nnd mado
friends readily and ninny outsldo or
his Immodlato family will sorrow on
account of hts death.
Tho ruuornl or tho lato Virgil E. D.
Landon, who died In Kansas City
Wednesday, Mny 13 at 10:15 p. m
took plnco from tho family rcsldonco
or Thomas Landon on Miami Avo.,
Saturday morning nt 10 o'clock.
The brier sorvlco was conducted by
Rev. J. K. Cortnor, pastor or tho
Cumberland Presbyterian church, In
his own sympathetic earnest way,
and was a solace nnd comfort to tho
Tho old hymn's, "Nearer My God to
Thee" and "Asleep In Jesus" woro
sung. Mrs. 1), M. alass presiding nt
Aftor tho sorvlco tho Mason's of
Triliimlna Lodgo, A. P. and A. M.,
No, 20fi( took chnrga of tho body and
tho burial In IllUgo Park was with
tho Impro8slvo rites or tho order. Tho
docoasod Joined the Masonic lodgo at
Columbia whllo a student at tho uni
versity and had novar removed his
membership from there
Tho casket was covered by beauti
ful flowers, which are always muto
testimonials of ostoent lovo and sym
pathy. Thoso lioro from a distance to -attend
tho funeral woro Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Sumorwoll, pnrcnts of Mrs.
Landon; Walter and Miss Ida Sumcr
wcll and Mr. Nelson, a cIobo friend of
tho docoasod, all or Kansas City, r.nd
Mr. Jamca Footo Rogers or Scdalla,
who was associated with Mr. Lan
don in tho Queen City in tho practice
Tho pall boarors woro James and
Conway Marks, Dan 11. Porter, Jr.,
Jules Darnos, E. E. Evans nnd J. P.
CHAUTAUQUA AT MI All L
,'Mlaml is to havo aj Chautauqua
commencing Saturday Juno ,20. The
C. D. Jones Chautauqua System or
Perry, Iowa, will furnish an excellent
program and the Miami pojapla oxpect
largo crowds to attend the six-daya'
CAHD OP THANKS.
We wish to thank our neighbors
and frlonds for their many acts of
kindness during the sickness and at
the time of the death- of our beloved
mother, Mrs. Sarah. Louise (Dowden.
8., W. Fltslwmons and family wo-e
ameRK .the lane lumber here Thurs
day from the' ceuaty ,eaai of MarJ
SALINE COUNTY REPUBLICANS UNITED,
Harmony Meeting a Big Success-Whatever.
Tho Republicans and Progressives
of Sallno County hnvu decided that It
Is tlmo to quit quarreling nnd the
way to quit is simply to quit.
Tho convention nt the court houso
Monday was mado up of about an
oven number of Hoiiublirans nnd I
it i . I
i-rugrcssivcs onu urn organization
nnd business was put through without
discord. There wns plain spooking.
but It all referred to the post.-Buverul
who voted tlio Republican ticket last
tlmo snld that It was llko taking a
bitter pill to do so. Rut tho utmost
cordiality waM apparent. Consider-
lug Hint tho "flro enters" of both
factions worn present, this Is rnther
rcmurknblo and Is an Indication Hint
thoro will bo n solid voto next full
and tho feeling Is' general Hint by
that tlmo mnny of our Democratic
f armors will seu the error of tlilr
party and assist In sending to con
gress men who aro pledged to repeul
freo tradu measures.
Tho Republican convention con
vention nssembled In county court
room In Marshall Monday nt 10 a. in.
with L. C. Shackolford chairman nnd
J. A. Jones secretory. Mr. Jones
presented his resignation after tho
roll coll and organization and It-wuo
Tho convention elected W. D. Mul
llns tumpornry chaliman nnd J. J.
Witt, temporary secretary.
After organizing, tho various town
si Ips namod members of tho respec
tive committees, which woro organiz
ed as follows:
Committee on credentials David
Emlson, R. p. Prico, A. C. Polstor, A.
II. Orr, P. C. Dlackburn, Jo Mulllns,
W. P. Donnls, J. J. Smith, L. D. CUur
rtll. Order of business L. C. Shackut
ford, R. P. Prlco, A. II. Andsloy, T.
M. Ehlers, W. P. Donnls, A. L. Mlk
ols, John Mcnulrc, E. E. Fulton, .John
Commlttoo on resolutions Louis
HnoHomoler, R. P. Prlco, W, P. Den
nis, Potor Ilondor, J. J. Smith, J. P.
Pulkerson, J. J. Witt, II. C. Wilson,
W. II. Mulllns.
Following tho organization or tho
committees tho convention adjourned
till after tho noon hour. At ono o'
clock it wus again called to ordor nnd
tho various committees mado reports.
Thu crodcntlals commlttoo organiz
ed with Jo Mulllns chairman nnd A.
II. Orr secretary. Thoro woro no
contests and dclogatos woro all Boat
od as reported by tho township con
ventions of Saturday preceding. Tho
roport was adopted.
Tho conyulttco on ordor qr busi
ness organlzod with L. C. Shackolford
as chairman and R. P. Prlco sec
retary. Tholr roport was adopted.
Tho commlttca on resolutions
mado tho following report:
"Wo, tho Republicans of Sallno
county lu convention nssombled,
renew our alloKlonco to tho tlmo
honored principles or tho Republican
JAMKH RODKRT SOPER.
At his country homo thrco miles
from Slater, Jair.co Robert Sapor,
aged 83 yenrs died Monday, May 18,
at 2:30 p. m. Tho doconsed, who
wob ono of Salines' highly cstoomed
citizens, has been hi falling health
for Homo time, but was not confined
o his bod until about throo weeks
ago. Tho funeral took place from
tho family ri-slder.co Tuesday after
noon' at 2:30, tho sorvlco was con
ducted by Ehl. Hartly of that section
ct tlio county r; I was asslstod by Eld.
R. M, Tolbert of Slutor, pastor or tho
etirl3tlan church thoro. The burial
wus In tho Slater cemetery,
Mr. Sopor was horn and reared In
Jessamine county, Ky but hnd boon
a resident or Sallno for nenrly a halt
century. Ho camo horo tho yenr aftor
tho close or tho Civil war nnd was
married in that year to the surviving
wlfo, who was Miss Barah Allen,
youngest sister ot H, O. Allen of this
Tho chlldron who survlvo aro two
daughters, Misses Lula and Dlrdio and
II. C. CUMi DEAD. .
H. C, Cull, a former citizen ot Mar
shall and brother-in-law or H. D.
Hawkins', died nt his home In Shaw
nee, Oklahoma,. Friday morning, May
15, 4 a& early hour.
The burial was Id the cemetery at
pnrty, which from tho trend or ntr
fairs, Booms destined to nssumo
charge or tho ship or state nnd steer
it from tho breakers Into which tho
present Democrat administration has
token It. Thoreforo bo )l
"Resolved, That wo aro In thor-
ough accord with tho rocommendn-
tcnH of tlio National Republican
Committee, nt its mooting held nt
Washington, I). C, In December, In
mm, nd It Is tho senso or this meet-
nK that tho apportionment or dele-
KotCfl to tho National Republican
Convention to bo held in 1010 should
,0 changed In nccordnnco with thoso
Honsfhla and oqultablo, recommendn-
Hons, and hereby Instruct tho dole-
Kntes from this county to thu stato
convention to bo held lu thu City or
St. Louis on Wednesday, tho 27th
day or May, 1914, to voto to sustain
Wo tho Republicans or Sallno
county In convention nssembled do
heroby extend to alt voters who' bo
llovo In protection to American In
dustrie ond labor to Join with us In
our fight against thnj untaxed pro
duct or foreign countries which mny
nnd do como Into competition with
American goods and American labor.
We, bcllevo that true Republican
principles nro for our common good
nnd that what is good for ono is In
gcnerul, good for tho others. Thore
foro wo Invito ench and every voter,
regardless of post political belief,
who desires good government nnd
prosperity, to Join us In keeping our
party clean of self-socklng politicians,
nnd nlso to aid us in restoring tho
Republican party to power."
Following tho roport of tho resolu
tion committee, which was adopted
unanimously, tho following delegates
wero chosen to tho stato convention
In Bt. Louis: M. L. Francis, Orson
King, Ar II. O.v, 8.$'. Houston, Jo
MMulllns, John H. MrUtilro, L. D.
Murroll, L. W. VanDyko, J. J. Smith,
J. J. Witt. T.hoso delegates present
nt tho St. Louis convention woro em
powered to cast tho cntlro voto of tho
Tho question of a county ticket
wns dlscussod and It was dccldod to
put n complete ticket In tho Hold.
This will bo token up by thu county
commlttoo on tho 211th.
Following tho adjournment, tho
county commlttoo met and filled the
vacancy on tho county committee
caused by John A. Jones' resignation
by olectlng J. J. Witt nnd nlso up
pointing L. w. VnnDyku as secretary
or tho county commlttoo. Tho chair
mnn nlso appointed tho following
county cxecutlvo committee. R. p.
Prlco, John H. McOuiro and J. J.
Tho Missouri Pacific twin No. 97
will meet u Kansas City Stqck train nt
Alyrlc, at 5 p. m. overy Mon luy, start
ing Muy 23. This train will rencn
KaiiBOB City ubout midnight nrd will
"oo s; great sorvlco to live stct It ship
pers. (The wlfo nnd ono! son, Shlrly, sur
vives tho husband and father. Tho
latter Is an architect nnd has dono
well lu his chnsou work.
Marshall was the homo of tho fam
ily for n-number ofiyenrs nnd tho de
ceased has rrlonds fliero who wero
sorry to learn or hfs domlso.
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining at tho Marshall, Mo.,
post offlco, May 20th, 1914. If not
called for In two wcoks will bo sent to
tho doad lettor offlco at Washington.
Ladles Miss Margaret Dollan,
Knthorlno Courtney, Mrs. Molllo
Clark, Miss Huttto Swift.
Gontlemen W. W. Calhoun, Joo
Dolan, Lessloy Roctor, Orln Stanley
C. D. DACON, P. M.
James Orn Randolph" Marshall;
Harriet Isabella Thoraprcn, Shackel
llonrv muto (col. 'Mlor.il; -Maggie
Ulako? r.ol.) Miami.
Roy llrten (col, Nelson; Maud
August Weber, Sweet liprtues;
Laura Schelp, Lafayette uunty
Mrs. 8. d. WhReMnd daughter of
Waverly m Sunday in Marshall.
Phono yourwant ads to this office.
James Ora Randolph, son of Mr.
and tMrs. N. ,F. Rnndolph, hls city,
ond .MM Harriet Thompson, daugh
ter of Mr, .and Mrs. C. J. Thompson,
of nenr Shackelford, were "united iri
marriage Wednesday evening, Mny 20
ot 8:30 o'clock ot tho homo or tho
brides' parents. Rev. R, C. McAdlc,
pastor of the First Prcsbytcrlon
church, was tho officiating minister.
Tho Immodlato relatives and n faw
closo frlonds or tho contracting
parties witnessed thu ceremony.
Mr. Francis Hawley of Hlgglnsvlllc
wns best man and Miss Helen Thomp
son, sister of tho )irldc, was brides'
maid of honor. Miss Paulino Llg
gct or Slater played tho wedding
Aftor tho ceremony nnd congratu
lations n nicely appointed luncheon
was served. ,
Mr. Randolph has been connected
v-1 111 tho Marshall Laundry for sever
al years and Is n young man or sterl
Tho bride, who Is n graduoto or tho
Stato Normal school at Warranshurg
nnd has taught school In tho Salt
Springs neighborhood for tho past
three years, Is a splendid young lady
who will mako n good holpmato to
tho man of her cholco.
Mr. ond Mrs. Randolph left on tho
C. & A. Thursday morning for a
wedding trip to Bt. Louis nir' when
they return they will tin at tho
Rnudolph home, 427 N. Jefferson,
tho homo of tho groom's pnrcnts.
COMMENCEMENT AT II. S.
Tiionnnunl commencement or tho
Marshall high school will bo held ot
tho high school auditorium Thursday
evening, Mny 28. The Dnrcalaureoto
sermon will bo delivered by Rev. R.
C. McAdle, pastor or tho First Presby
tirlan church In tho auditorium
Sunday morning, May 21, at 11
Tho graduating clous this yenr
numhors JJ(,vl)lclt Is tho largest In
tho history or tho Marshall high
school; also tho largest In tho stnte
In cities under 10,000 population.
Tho total enrollment of tho high
school this year Is 270 nnd prospects
uio fnvornblu for a still larger In
crease In nttendnnen next foil. Tho
commercial, teachers' training nnd
agricultural courses aro held rcspon
slhlo for thu lurgo enrollment of
students this year.
RKdAlj cafi: CMttKS
Tho Regnl Cufo which was opened
In tho store room Just west of Ewell's
grocery on thu South Sldo three
weeks ngo, closed Its doors Monday.
Thu proprietor, J. R. Harris, left a
noto In thu rash register Sunday
night to the clerk saying that ho was
dunu with thu place. Ho left town
early Monday morning and has not
been heard from slnco leaving. Tho
business has uot been paying well
and, nodoubt, Mr. Harris thought It
best not to risk further losses.
FiirnUhiM hy thu Mono Land Mllllnc
Coiupniiy, Muy 20.
. Opened Closod Closed
WHEAT , yesterday
Mny 0,Vj . 01 89
July .... 82 4 83 82 Vj
Snpt .... 83 83 62 Vi
May .... 72 72 71T4
July .... 09 09i 09V
Sopt .... 004 07 00
No. 2 Red wheat K!
No. 2 Whlto corn 7T.
No, 2 mixed corn 70
Packed buttop , 14
Sorvlccs May 24th, In German,
10: 4S a, m, Thomo, "Joy In Jesus'
Ascension," Ps. 08; 19. In English,
8 p. m.; themo, "Tho Coming or Gods
Spirit to our Ilonrta," John 14, 23-31.
You aro wolcomo.
(d23) REV. K. H. EHLERS.
Tho Sinter Rustlor says all tho
former teachers In tho Sinter high,
school woro reolected except ono,
Prort pavls. W. Y. Lockrldgo who
will be graduated from Missouri Vol
loy Collogo this year will take Pror.
Nobby lint, of white and pasuuna
hats at K.MA 1st. CHAFFEE'S
COMMITTEE APPOINTED. .
llccotiso ot on Insufficient number
In nttendanco at tho meeting held
Monday afternoon In county court
Toom for tho ptirposo of organizing In
Sallno county n Federation in support
of County Pull I.nw In tho November
election, the organization was post
poned until Snturdoy, Juno 0. A
committee, however, was appointed
whoso duty It will ho to enlist an In
terest In the mnttcr In tho several
townships, and endeavor to mako the
meeting In Juno a successful ond pot
Following Is tho committee: J.
E. McAmls, O.. D. Klhlor, T. J. Hun
ter, George, R. Crockett, Mnrshnll;
Rev. J. II. Snood nnd Ell Daniels.
Gllllnm; Rev. R. -M. Tolbert, Joseph
Llnchorry mid A. A. Hill. Slater: Dr.
.1. 1). Jncksou, Horndon; J. M. Raker,
Nelson; Rev. W. P. Ilarrett nnd o!
N. Jackson, Miami; S. T. Wilson,
Malta Rend; Gcorgo II. McClurc,
Grand Pass; Joo Mlkels, Salt Spr
ings; Harry Dlnglny nnd T. S. Smith,
Mt. Leonard; J. L. Tlchnor nnd Imvld
Emlson, Nnpton: Molt W. Hall. R. F.
D Marshall; Ilascom Dlggs, Arrow
nock; Lester Drown, Slater, R. P. 1).;
Rev. Gllmoro Coffman and W. II.
Reovls, Sweet Springs.
Tho date for the meeting will bo
Saturday. Juno fi at 2;3(i p. rti. in
county court room.
The local nilnlnlors met Monday
morning at thu Parmer's Saving
Tho union meeting to bo held In
.Run', commencing Sunday the 7th,
wns illseussod, nnd n cnmmltteu of nr-
rniiRomeiits was opoplntod, two from
ench church. They were, from the
Odell Avo. Presbytcrlnn church.
Gcorgo R. Crockett and L. M. Mor
row; First llnptlst, C. L. Dell and V.
V. Huff; Christian. P. n. Ren nnd
James A. Wnlker; First Presbyterian.
N. MclC. Myers nnd Leonard Von
nykoj Cumberland Presbyterian. Dr.
O. E. C. Shnrp nnd R. C. Ewell.
Rev. A. R, Fnrls being nwny from
tho city wns not present nt thu meet
ing, the two from tho Methodist
church will bo appointed Inter.
P. II. Reo wns opoplntod tempor
ary chnlrman or the meeting.
Tlio Eagles' lot has been decided
upon nn tho pluco for holding the
A publicity committee wns nppolnt-
ed ns follows: 'Mrs. J. M. Patterson,
Arthur Dowim J. J. Witt nnd C. D.
Who Will Get tho $.-,0.
Tho Slater Rustler suya tho ques
tion now Is who Is going to get tho
$50 reward for the copturo of Cal
Smith, tho negro who csenped from
tho stnto penitentiary. Night Watch
man Ham; City Marshal McAmls nnd
Constnblo Shepard caught him Wed
nesday afternoon In tho Ncthorton
pasture near Shiter. It Is n question,
whether thu persons who notified tho
officors, whoro they would find the
negro or tho officers nro cnltlcd to
Received the' highest award
at Chicago World's Fair
Last Day of SALE
Bargains Throughout The Entire Store !
Biglow 9x12 RUGS..,., $21.50
Other RUGS down to 8.50
$27.50 Kitchen Cabinet at $23.00
H. A. QUIRING.
Saturday EXTRA SPECIAL 31 Piece Set of Blue
and White DUhe.,-81.75.
Excitement prevailed Friday oven
lug on South Odell and East Vest
street whon Thcodoro Catanznro
found out that his sister, Miss Pnu
llnc, and Pat Dale, wero going to
elope. Tio father, C. Catnnzaro
hail disapproved Of Dalo'rt attention
to Miss Paulino and hnd forbidden
him to see her nt tho homo or tho
ccnfcetlonery storo on tho enst sldo
whero sho worked. Dalo was at tho
Catnnzaro home nbout 5:30 p. ni,
nnd tho brother proceeded to admin
ister n sevcro chnstlscment to young
Dole. Thcodoro was charged with
disturbing the pence nnd wns ararng
od lu police court Saturday after
noon, llu plead guilty and was fin
ed J 1.00 and costs, totalling 18.50
by Judgu Rasseo.
Tho couple, however, succeeded In
eluding tho girls father and brother
nnd got nwny Saturday night on tho
Ilyer accompanied hy her younger
sister, Miss Madlo. Dalo went to
Slater on the "plug" ond caught tho
flyer as It went through Slater. Tho
party went to Iltootnlngton, III,,
whero the young ladles had relatives.
A telegram won received Tuesday
morning stating that thoy woro mar
ried Monday afternoon and had gono
to Chicago. The fothnc-of tho brldo
left Monday for Chlcngo and it Is
supposed will attempt to bring tho
younger daughter home.
Tho City Council.
Tlio city council met In regular
monthly session Monday night, mayor
and nil members of tho council pres
ent. I. N. Ruff granted pool hall lic
. The hoard of health will Inspect
tlio cntlro city.
Tho '.Methodist church wns notified
to put alley on grado west of thn
The ordlnanca rolatlvo to keeping
thn streets and alleys cleaned will bu
Tho offlco or wclghmnstor was de
clared vacant and Harry Ransbargcr
was appointed and confirmed.
The board of public work recom
mended that tho city coihicll loan
11,200 rrom wntor works nnd sinking
fund No. 2 on n farm.
Tho city wanted to borrow tho
money to use for Improvements nt
water workB, but according to ruling
of city attorney, thu money could
only ho loaned on real estutc.
Thu council adjourned until Mon
day, Muy 25, at l o'clock, to recclvo
bids on paving South Lafayotto Avo.
Decoration Day Services.
Dm usoul services tvlh bo held ut
Kldpo Pork cemetery on decoration
(toy. Mny 20th, at 2:30 In tho after
noon. Tho address this year will bo
doll.ored by Rev. Arthur Downs, and
thu niirunt meeting or the lot owners
for election of trustee of the ceinotery
will bu hold Immediately utter thn
services. Program vlll ho published
In nu ivcek's paper.