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Notes Friday March 15, 1907 CARROLL. The DeWitt Herald started its 18th volume last week. Mrs. Marv Richeson died on of pneumonia Monday night. Louella May, infant daughter of J. Young of Norborne, passed back to her maker Friday. B. M. Marshall of Carrollton died of Bright's disease Monday at the residence of M. Lowrance. Leota, little daughter of Al bert Wheeler of Norborne, died at the home of her parents Satur day evening. Merritt Singleton, an old time resident of Carroll county, aged 91 years, died Thursday, near Bedford. Daniel R. Bartlett, 77 years old, died at the home of his son John, near Miles Point, Thurs day morning. The firm of Bowers fc Crouch of Carrollton has dissolved part nership. C. G. Bowers will con tinue the business. John Eldrege, col., was ad judged insane by the Carroll county oourt Monday and sent to the state hospital for the insane at St. Joseph. Neal Kendrick of Carrollton received a hard fall at the skat ing ring Saturday that neoessiat ed stitches being taken in a leg wound. Carl, the little son of W. H. Hutchinson of Carrollton, was seriously poisoned Wednesday. He ate some tissue paper, color ed with aniline, a deadly poison. Robt. Lemons of Carrollton fell on the ice Wednesday and fractured a rib. Oscar Smithpeter lost four horses and two mules Tuesday night by some bold thieving on his farm, near Norborne. A neg ro, giving his name as Frank Smith, engaged a car from the agent and loaded 16 animals at midnight, shipping them to Kansas City. Dave Henderson and Geo. McNull of Carrollton tried to settle a difficulty in the old-fashion way by a fist-fight Saturday afternoon. They were arrested and fined $1, each. That night, McNull alleges that Henderson waylaid him and knocked mm out of his buggy. Two of the young men, room ing over W. A. Ray's feed store on East Benton, discovered early this morning that Mr. Ray had left his door unlocked and con cluded to have some fun. They piled saoks of feed, grain, seeds, etc., all over the floor, piled chairs on the table and stove, and upset things generally. They then called Policeman Smith and had him oall Mr. Ray. It was worth a small farm to see Mr. Ray's face when he reached the store, hatless, coatless and wearing the expression of a man that had suffered a "brain storm." But it didn't take long to find out that he was the victim of a practiqal joker. Carrollton Democrat. MARRIAGES. Geo. W. Branch and Miss Cora Darby, both of Norborne. J. M. Parks and Miss Myrtle Gallagher, both of Sugar Tree. Edgar D. Brown, formerly of "Nnrhnrne. and Miss Lillie Ada Bastman of Kansas City. HOWARD. John Eaton is to be Fayette's new postmaster. March 12-was charter day at Howard-Payne college in Fay ette. The annual senior reception of Howard-Payne college at Fayette was given March 4. Mrs. Mary Reavis, aged near ly 91 years, a native of Howard j county, died last week in Cooper county. Wm. J. Nipper, 19 years old, died Friday at the home of his uncle, John Nipper of near Fay ette. Edward Tilton, a thrifty young farmer of near Fayette, died of dropsy Tuesday night. Deceased was 28 years old. Mr. Duren of Howard county attempted to have Emmett Bal lew of Boonsboro arrested for making false affidavit as to his daughter's age. "Father" Du ren was too late in his complaint. The Ho ward County Advertis er of last week contained a splendid article and i llustrations of the officers of the Missouri division of the Uuited Daughters of the Confederacy. The home of Pat Lakey, looat ed jnst to the rear of the ball park in Glasgow, was burned Saturday night. The house was vacant and some boys used it for a gambling room, it is said. The basket-ball game schedul ed for Mir:h 11 between the Central college team of Fayette and that of Kemper Military academy of Boonville has been cancelled on account of the dis banding of the Kemper team. HOWARD MARRIAGES. Emmett Ballew and Miss Bet tie Duren, both of Boon shorn. J. R. Jackson and Mrs. Mor rison, both of Glasgow. LINN. The streets of Marceline were much improved last week by dragging. The Santa Fe will extend its double track, east of Bucklin, for about 70 miles. John Chester, 10-year-old son of Mrs. A. M. Parker of Brook- field, died Sunday. Ralph Smith, a oitizen of La clede. 80 vears old, born in New 9 w . York, passed away Saturday. Ed Singleton of near Linneus, in boring a well last week struck water at 335 feet that rose 270 feet. The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mr3. A. Young of Bucklin was celebrated Wed nesday. Oscar Switzer of north of Bucklin has 105 little chickens. The Herald says they need stockings. Lucretia Evelyn, infant daugh ter of Commodore Halstead of Brookfield, passed away Wed nesday. Roy Murrain, 23 years old,died of luner trouble Sunday at the home of his father, Gilliam Mur rain of near Brookfield. Jacob Shirey, an old and re spected citizen of Laclede, aged 78 years, died suddenly in Brookfield Sunday morning. Wm. B. Singleton, aged 88 years, of near Linneus is recov ering from a recent illness. Mr. Singleton was awarded a pre mium iast summer for being the oldest man present at the old settlers' re-union. The Linneus Bulletin takes up the cudgel in behalf of Linn county's poor who are lodged in the county infirmary. It is said they are neglected. The food is insufficient, also the clothing for the inmates. James Bailey, a son of Sam Bailey of near Bucklin, com mitted suicide Monday evening. He came in from work, shot him self in tho ear, dying distantly. Young Bailey left a note saying no une would ever know the reason for his aot. A fierce, although brief, fire was started Saturday in fte home of Barney Geary in Maroe line bv the use of liquid stove'. polish on a hot stove. The cur tains, carpets and furniture were 1 damaged. The insurance com pany made good by the payment of S56.50. " Owen Greer, who was tried in Justice Carlon's court at Brook field last Thursday upon the charge of having stolen five chickens from M. V. Prunty, and was convicted upon said charge and sentenced to one year in the county jail, was taken to Linneus (Friday and lodged in jail. The managements of the Ham ilton and Meadville Chautauquas have conjointly purchased a mammoth tent in which to hold their annual Chautauqua assem blies. The tent is of 1 excellent quality and is 100 by 150 feet in dimensions. As previously stat ed in this paper the Meadville Chautauqua will be held this year from Angust 17 to 25, inclusive. Linneus Bulletin. LINN MARRIAGES. Calvin Kinney of Carpenter and Miss Carrie Shelly of Buck- lin. Clarence Abbott and Miss Ethel McCormick, both of near Linneus. LIVINGSTON. a There iaan epidemic i of mea- sles in Jackson township. T. Morris of Indiana is m of Chillioothe after an absence 43 years. The Chillioothe olub took in a new member Tuesday, making a total of 99. Hugh Tudor of Dawn has been a reader of the Chillicothe Tribune for 37 years. J. E. Norton, 34 years old, of Chillicothe died of typhoid -pneumonia Monday. Stanley, the 3-year-old son of L. E. Fullerson of Chillicothe, died cf diphtheria Wednesday. Stephen- W, Reynolds, born in Knoxville, Tenn., 70 yeare, ago, died at his home in Moores ville one day last week. C, W. Wells of Chillicothe was stricken with paralysis Wednesday afternoon. The pow er of speech has left him. W. H. Jones, presidentof uthe Dawn bank, disposed of all the bank stock and fixtures last week to Browning and Dawn capital ists. HarveGibbons of Chillicothe was aiffediou Fruiay charged with stealing two umbrellas from a porch in that town. He was intoxicated. A historic building, construct ed by the Mormons in 1835, near Mooresville, was burned Mon day. The house was owned by F. P. MoCleilan. Chas. A. Loomis, a former Chillicothe attorney, became very gay with a Kansas City judge Friday and was fined $53 for contempt of court. The escrow committee has collected $14,000 for the Jenkins haystacker factory in Chillicothe which is to be moved there from Browning. Jas. D. Wilson of Chillicothe has filed suit against his wife for divorce. He alleges that she was a dirty house-keeper and deserted him. He ought to be glad she left him. The Crown roller mills in Chillicothe were completely de- Have You Loans and .Abstracts. MINTER Keytesville, The 3ML stroyed by fire Saturday morn- ine. It is hot known how the confltgration started. The loss is $10,000. MARRI AGES. Harry N. McConnoll of Chilli cothe and Miss Caroline Smith of Connecticut. Eugene Hightower and Miss Alta Fiske, both of Mooresville. Mark White and Miss Carrie Williams, both of Jackson town ship. Francis Schwab and Miss Lin nie B. Smith, both of Jackson township. Clarence Stewart and Miss Clara Hibler, both of Chillicothe. MACON. Mrs. Bridget Delaney, aged 84 years, died at the home of her son, Emmett, Sunday. The directors of the Macon Shear factory made a voluntary assignment Tuesday. The preminlaryjtrial of Stewart Chrystal for the killing of Stan ley Vestal was held Friday. The bond was fixed at 5,00. The body of Ben Wardell, aged 70 years, was found dead in a small stream near Bevier Tuesday evening. His death was accidental. R. J. Finley, aged 67 years and born in Conniticut, died at his home in Macon Sunday. Mr. Finley had published a journal in the interest of the Belgain hare industry. Mr8. John E. Banta of near Kasejvi'.le m t with S3r!on3 ac cident Monday while on her way to see her son. Her horse jump ed from under her, breaking both bones in her leg. Jas. M. Love, aged 81 years, a prominent citizen of Macon 40 years ago and the founder of the first newspaper in Maoon county passed away a Nevada, Mo., Wednesday. Deceased was born in Virginia. Mrs. Marion Rutherford of Neglected to see Minter & Lamkin about your loan. Do not delay any longer. It means money to you every year when you pay your interest if you see them. If this is no good reason why you should consult them, do not do so and pay more for your money. . In their new office, Key tesville, Mo. LAMKIN Missouri. Label on this H by examining the label to see that it says PURE CREAMof TARTAR For Pure Food Dr. PRICE'S Cream Baking Powder A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER MADE FROM GRAPES i j near Gifford met I dental death at a with a acci dinner Thurs day given at the home of Albert Herron Thursday. She opened a door leading into a cellar and fell to the botton. She died al most instantly. MARRIAGES J. W. 8heiby of Ten Mile and Miss Ethel Love of Axtell. M. W. Draper of Harding, D., and Miss Amanda Smith S. of Macon. Fred L. Crawford of LaPlata and Miss Nattie May Benmyer of Cottage. RANDOLPH. A fire at the Globe, hotel in Moberly Monday damaged the furniture considerably. Terry Bodine of Moberly will be married Maroh 12 to Miss Catherine Sager of Newton, Kas. The Moberly Monitor heralds a wedding of two Moberly young people to take place June 1. Mrs. Jane Magruder, aged 70 years, died at the home of her son, W. O. Magruder of Yates Friday. Frank Byrd and Miss Reda tJunait, two Moberly young people, are to be joined in holy matrimony the last of this month. The Randolph-Macon Coal Co. has closed down the mines per namently, but they will soon be re-opened by a receiver. Madam Rumor says that a Moberly couple will wed in March. The groom is an em ploye of the Wabash, and the bride lives west of Moberly. Mrs. Isabeli Taylor, 86 years old, born in Pennsylvania, died at the home of her son, John N. Taylor of Huntsville Wednes day night. A successful revival meeting at the East Side Christian church in Moberly was closed Thursday night, 31 additions having been made during these services. The smallpox situation in Mo berly seems to have been ex aggerated somewhat. There are only 12 cases of that disease in the town. Mrs. Dolly Thomas, 19 years old, died at the home of her husband, Claude Thomas north of Huntsville. Pneumonia oaus ed her death. Squire Searcy who resides with his daughter, Mrs. Jasper Gib son of Moberly, fell against the base of a stove Monday and severely injured himself. Mr. Searoy is 86 years old. Nora Johnson, an Alabama negress, was arrested in Mo berly Saturday night after a Can Says TARTAR The New Pure Food Law protects you if you protect yourself fight with Officer Hogg. The woman was using profane language on the street. RANDOLPH MARRIAGML Walter Hyde of Yates and Miss Cora Bailey of Huntsville. Peter Mc Fad den of Edinburgh, Scotland and Miss Myrtle Hogan of Moberly. SALINE. Henry Campbell, col., of Mi ami died Wednesday night. Mrs. Anna Pifer, 74 years old, passed away at her home in Mar shall Monday. Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Miss Juliet Scott and Leonard Vandyke, both of East Arrow, which is to occur March 19. In the game of basket-ball between the high school teams of Slater and Marshall Satur day the score stood "20 to 4 in favor of the latter. The special train of Adolph phus Busch, the St. Louis millionaire passed through Slater Friday. It was on its way to Southern California. Judge Henry Tiemeyer, one of Saline's honored citizens, passed away Thursday at his home, near Saline City, aged 75 years. Deceased was a native of Hanover, Germany. His wife and nine children survive him. The residence of L. D. Mont gomery of near Slater, and oc cupied by Thos. Gibbons, was entirely destroyed by fire Tues day evening, caused by a de fective flue. There was an in surance of about $300. Mrs. Isabel Baker, reliot of of the late D. M. Baker, aged over 80 years, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Jones of near Marshall. Deceased was a native of Vir ginia, but had lived in Saline oounty, Mo., since 1865. MARRIAGES. Joe Whittle of Gilliam and Miss Beatrice MoMellan of Vernon i county. Ira E. Pugh of Orearville and Miss Floyd Haynes of Fish Creek. Herbert Lindsey and Miss Floyd Fristoe, both of Marshall. C. R. Shellenberger and Miss Ida L. Pannell, both of Mar shall. Geo. S. Page of Marshall and Miss Sallie A. Butler of Gilliam. David Milliner and Mrs. Jessie Coffee, both of Marshall. Dr. Amos H. W. Sullivan and Miss Frances Royer, both of Miami. C. B. Schellenberger and Miss Ida L. Pannell, both of Marshall.