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1.0 Un . H Marshall VOLUME XX, MARSHALL, 8 ALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. NUMBERS 4. Pioneer Settler of Slater Dead. Josiah Baker of Kansas City, Died Sunday. Pneumonia caused the death ot Joaiah Baker, 1303 Wabash Ave, ,Kanaas City, ono ol the' pioneer cattlemen, of tho Southwest ami the founder of Slater, Mo. He had lived lr Kansas City slnco 1900, and Waa C2 years old. Mr. Baker waa born in Ohio but came, to Saline county, Mo, when a small boy. Ho started in the cattle business forty years ngo, using grazing lands in Oklahoma and Toxas and was a prominent liguro around the 'Kansas City stock yards, where ho bought and sold thousands of cattlo during his many years in the- business, Ho founded tho town of Slater on a farm ho lived on thlrtyrthreoyear ago, Besides Ms widow, Susan I. Bale cr, hd leaves four children, Mrs. Josephine Harnett, wifo of Bruco Barnott, an attorney of Kansas City; Clydo Baker, Puttie, Okla.; Lcroy Baker, Blanchard, Okla. and Harry Baker, Duncan, Okla.; all cattlemen in tho southwest. Funer al services will be held from tho home, 1303. Wabash avenue at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial in Elmwood cemetery. Mr. Baker's death was probably due to a severe cold which ho contracted in Fort Worth, Texas, Christmas evening. "Ho was stop ping at tho Metropolitan hotdand shortly beforci midnight a flro broke out in the building. Mr. Baker left his room lightly clad and in his bare feet and waschlll ed through and through when ho had to wado in aomo water, no contracted a severe cold andcamo to Kansas City tho next day Buf fering from a mild attack of tho grip. lie recovered from tho grip but it loft him In such a weakened condition that ho could not com bat thei pneumonia when It set in. K. C. Journal. Mr. Baker moved to Kansas City about 15 years ago. MRS. CAMILLA BROWN CHASE, wifo of Judge J, V. Chase, panned away at tho homo of Judgo J.V. Sparka on East Arrow St. Friday, Jan. 27, at threei in tho afternoon a$ tho ago of 74 years. She had been a resident of tho county for many years and was, highly es teemed by her many friends, who did not think her condition serious until tho Sunday preceding her death when hope was practically abandoned. Tho remains woro tak en on tho evening of her death to tho homo of her nephew, E, L. Brown. Tho funeral sorvico waa held in the Episcopal church on Sunday ait 3 p. m. by tho Rectipr, Rev. C. n. Bohn, From there thoy woro taken, to Ridge Park for Inter ment. Mr. and Mrs. Chase were married in 1M9, south of Marshall at the homo of Mrs, Chase's brother, Joseph Field, Since that timo they have lived here, where Mr. Chase's interests lay. Deceased waa ono o-f tho found ing members of the, Episcopal church, founded in 1872, and her many friends know that aho waa seldom, absent as long aa her physical condition allowed her to attend. She. waa the daughter of Edmund and Thoodosia Brown, who came .from Virginia in an early day, flrat settling near Arrow Rock, later near Miami. No children survive, tho only daughter having died at an' early age, She has been sustained by the devotion ot her niece, MlM dortrude. Brown, who came as near to replacing her daughter as any one could. The numerous friends tender sympathy to those bereav .ed. Public Sale J. n. Troeco will have nsalo of cows, muled" and horses ut Ids placo at Crotchcr on Saturday, Feb, 4th, commencing 11 a. m. L. L. Ilutf will havo his public ealo of personal property on Wed nesday Feb. 15th at Ida form four and a half miles northeast ot town. It will bo a big srale. P. W. HaaBO ot Malta Bend was in town Monday distributing bills for a public ealo which Is to be held at his farm, known as the A. A. Johnston farm two miles north east of Malta Bend, Saturday, Feb 11, 1011. no has a large amount of personal property listed, consist ing ot live atock and farming Im plements. T. W. Caton -will have a big tsale on Feb. Oth. Seo his adv. in thin issue. 1 John. Barr will have a big sale on Feb, 13th, See his adv. In this paper, " r A partial fatally reunion took daughter Jollied her mother and brother and'eca' other relatives ud friends tais wm: at Owen-, bbo, Ky, Mrs. McMahon, of the PMUpfiMM i wRh tkeao. Bet II Hi hiii hi, Maes' iva QTbw r Mrs. . joJmx HNisr ,MttgMer, 3 ? MB8. LILBURN O'nOWELL died ery suddenly at her home in Kan (hM' Cfty funday night. She had llmnbB. poor health for some time, but x thought her health was better, At 11 o'clock Sunday nfctat'efce'wee takea auddealy sick ttd lived onjy : till 2. to. The fui mm ihwn .were aw xne hoot inXkfiCtty. The,' i ciasv tOTfawrly Mved in ,Mr ahti.Wjkere sate;! uad many I rierid.- ;!5,aoiOS)SJHWSa.TOWimWM 4 , aire ' .MMmsu'' AWr,Mre' Um FRANK ORR died Sunday morn ing .at his homo in Nelson, of a carbunkle on hJa neck, from which ho has been 'a constant eufferor for over a month, Ho was about 80 years of age. Funeral service were conducted by Rev. Sltouseat tho resldcnco At which n largo growd was present, Mr. Orr had been a mrmber of tho Christian church ltt 22 years, no leaves to mourn his loss two daughters and tli roc sons. He was a good honest industrious man and has many friends who will greatly miss him. wo extend sympathy to tho be reaved children and may thcyllvo ao as to meet futehr in tho grcof beyond where there will bo no moro parting. MRS. MARY MOODY, wifo of A C. Moody, died at her home near Norton Wednesday, January 18, 1911. The funeral services were conducted by Elders V. E. Mitchell and Samuel VanMetcr and her re mnins burled at Mt. Horcb church. Tho deceased is survived by hir husband and six children. She was a member of tho Church ot God, having united with the Linn Qrovo congregation in 1908. Sym pathy is' extended to tho grief etrlckcn husband and children. Slater Rustler. MRS. DAISY LOKER, wifo of C. E. Loker, died at her home last Saturday morning nftor a week' illness, She leaves to mourn her death a husband and two little sons besides many relatives and a host of friends. Mrs. Loker waa a loving wifo and mother and a Christian woman and all who know her loved her. Our heart goes out in sympathy to tJo bereaved ones. Tho funeral was preached at tho rL E. church by hor pastor Rov. Lcathorman Monday morning and burial at tho Malta Bend cemetery. LOUIS WALKER, col., died at tho Qcncral Hospital In Kansas City on Jan. 21th ot aortic regurgi tation, aged 33 years- His remains were brought to Marshall and tak on to tho homo of Aunib Tllllo Cranberry, whero tho funeral oc curred on Sunday at 2 p. m. Double Death Warrensburg, Mo., Jan 31. Nearly $0,000 in currency, gold and silver coin, was found today in an old fartnliouao made vacant last week by, tho death of Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Ronemsus. Tho couple died within a few hours of each other. They were burled In the some grave. Tho money was scattered all over tho house. It was hidden In closets, in tin cans and In an old trunk. Several valuable notes and deeds woro found, And two wills bequeatlhng tho property to the other. Tho couple died leaving no children or direct heirs, They lived a simple life, and from their general appcaranco it was not suspected that they possessed moro than enough for their sup port. Tho Ronemous farm is about six miles southeast ot Warrensburg. Accidents 1 W, T. Clark of near Herridon, met with an unusual accldenti last Week. While wielding an lax tho handle broke and in some manner ho had fingers on both hands bad ly cut. A little more nnd ho would bo minus Aome, jura, s, i'. urzucnaiskJ, ol near Shackelford, met with n painful ac cident Friday week. A box of con contratcd lyo foil and some of the contents splashed into hen eyes Dr. U. B. Wingfleld was called and Ugave her relief. T. 'W. Philips, who lives on east Yerby Street, fell on Monti ny and seriously Injured his back. Ho wtas putting somo moat nway In his smoke luouse. While ho Is not In a critical state, he will probably bo confined noma days to his home, Attempted Suicide Mrs. Rufus Mnyfleld, of north of Slater is reported lo have shot her self with a target rifle at 6 a. m. Wednesday morning Dr. Cald well of Slater was called and found her in a serious condition with no hopoH for her recovery. Sho and her husband reside on the Holt farm. Mrs. Maytleld is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas: Edgar. A telephone message from Slaj tor yesterday afternoon informed us that Mrs. Mayfleld was barely alive. Sho said she was tired of Ufo and didn't want a physician sent for at first. It is a sad af fair for'tho husband and five little children as wjll as tho unfortuW nato woman, Among the Sick On account ot tho continued Ill ness of Mrs. Tom Prior, Dr. John nail was called to Malta Bend to consult with Dr. Fletcher. Mrs. Prior's condition Is still serious. iWo aro glad to noto that Mrs, O. n., Althouso has been permllticd to return) homo by tho improve ment ot liter parents, Capt 'and Mrs Denny, with whom she has been at Armstrong. Tho operation by Drs. Still and Nucklea on Rufus Clark, Jr, last Friday waa vory successful and Mr. Clsirk has hopes again ot be ing taiblo to gee alxuW after a while. TT.. 1. - iiugiv uayes. is quicK sick, as what was apparently n light at tack of Lagrlppo threatens to de velop into pneumonia. Col. Preston has been under the weather for some months but is now improved sufficiently to be about. Ralph Pago is reported very 111, having pneumonia In both lungs, accompanied by a high fever. Wo aro pleased to loam that, the operation performed upon Mies Teresaa Chappcll Monday morn ing for appendicitis was success ful and sho is getting along very ntceny. one nas Dcen troubled a great deal, but wend, up tor tho work while in good health. Mrs. Angle Porters little boy, William is much better. lie has boon very 111 while at the homo of his undo Ed Ilaynle. Charley Irvine waa In (rom FairvlUe.thls week and states that a large portion of the pcoplo aro sick, among thorn his wife. It seems mostly tho grip. Judge Chase spent this week at Excelsior Springs, ne has not boei well and he went with a view of restoring his run down condl tion. J. M. Deal ot Mt. Leonard, brought Ids baby wliich has In fantile paralysis dow.x to Drs. Nuckles for treatment. It is a difficult case, and. no predictions as to tho outcome aro made, Births Mr. and Mrs, I. S. Jamea of Odes sa, announco tho arrival of a fine 81-2 lb, eon on Saturday, Janu ary 28. Uncalled for Letters Remaining in the poetoffico. at Marshall, Mo, on Feb. 1st, 1911. It not called fo? dni 13 days will bo sent to the dead letter office at Washington, D. C. Miss piMbethi garrison. Mesdamci. Margaret Harris, Mat tie Brown. . , Mesew, Joe P, Anderson, ,Kdd Baker,; Jok XtowfeMty, DaUas Got'dea,' Bern 'Sea, Oasaigraph MIL' ' m i' - . . ... . I . . . - V. itX- "'-m! 7 ' ".. . - ' i " lmXi- TT mmi a wriasuktM afev' ! isJUL - '.i . - '' : . - ' Cf . a?. . Robber Caught Took Articles from Passen gers Between Marshall and Slater. A man who first gave his namo as Charlie Mathews, and later an Charlie Kenny, was brought to Marshall and put in jail, Wednes day morning, charged with rob bery. He was captured by theC & A. Detective of Slater and had the goods on him so h!s only re source was to plead guilty. A lady saw him, as ho took suitcase, a watch nnd considerable money from passenger who was asleep. The preliminary hearing was postponed owing to the nb sencc of the prosecuting attorney. Tho man has a family In Lawrence kanitas. Marriage License. Charles E. Drunert, Wavcrly. Anna E. Uphaus, Wavcrly. Robert A. Klrby, Slater Emma Lee Cameron, Slater William L. Slater, Slater. May L. Ancell, Slater. Ralph Hereford Dugglns, Marshall Juanita Belle Bewley, Marshall Ulyscca O. Thomas, Sweet Springs yNoreen Jackson, Sweet Springs, Washington Nelson, Blosscr. Elsie Agnes Hopkins, Blosscr. Duggins-Bewley Mr. Ralph Dugglns, son of D. D. Dugglns, one ot Marahalls most prominent attorneys and Miss Jusnlta Bewley, daughter of Mr. Bewley of the 8tar Mill, were quietly married oC the Bewley home, on the evening of Feb. 1st, Rov. W. M. Radcr, presiding elder, officiating. No ono was present outside of the Bewley family, tho secrot be ing so well kept that not even tho parents and brothers of the groom knew of it until It was all over. The trunks were, sent after dark and a boy carried the suitcases by a round about way to the train. Then when tho ceremony was over, they sauntered down town as they had frequently done before, no one suspecting. They stopped at Brown's Drug Store and told their secret, but .'t was then too late for th numerous friends of both to bo collected as they went immediately to the depot and left on. the Hummer. une immediate destination .was Chicago, from there to Washington D. C. after a day or two spent there to New York City where they will arrive oa the 3th. On the 11th, they sail for Koy West on the steamship Saratoga. They will spend the remainder of the month seeing tho points of Inter est in Cuba and will return to Marshall, via Charleston and St. Louis, where they expect to make their home. Church News Dr. W. n. Black was called to Albion, III., Sunday where ho de livered the dedication sermon at tho Presbyterian church u6t com pleted there. Tho Presbyterian Brotherhood of America will have its fourth na tlonal convention in St, Louis on Feb, 21, 22, and 23. The meeting will bo of special interest to our people as a number from here are planning to attend . "Rev, L. F. Clemens will preach at Harmony next Sunday. Tho services at tho Odell Ave., Presbyterian Church will be , In thr hands of the young people noxt Sunday. They expect to havo a treat in tho way of sacred mus ical numbers and will also have somo good short talks by the students of the College. Mrs. W, F. Burroughs entertain ed the Baptist ladies Aid Society at her home on South Odell Thura day where they finished their Orpahns Homo box, There will bo quarterly meeting aft tho North Street M, E. church os, tho first Saturday and Sunday in February, the 4th and 3th, The Rev. A. n. Higgs, district supexln teadent 'will be in charge. He will be twaLsted by some of our visit ing pastors, Rev. D. Peton of Bait fOAU ma KBY T. . LrfOCkWOOd of Arrastrong. Every body invited to cease, QeqW. Reeves, paetort C. RkMiU- lii)iHs4IM Male . i ; r-- . . .a , Jliek'.S'te'JSaillSW Ha. tt Vv f 5 v Im liwylDfl bakfani powicr csuonlne the label mm take oaly m brand shoiVB to be made with Cream of Tartar Dr.PRICE'S CRKAM Baking Powder A pnre9whoIesome9reIiaUeGrape Cream of Tartar Baking Powier. Improves the flavor and adds to the healtUnlness ol the food No AlumNo Lime Phosphate Both Reduce the Healthfalaesa of the Food. tmkte MI mm qmiu peel live tkat tk sums el i pewtfer iknM M ceseaaaeC -Mmm, eetlui alsuss, SMMrfc Mlplwtc f !!, mil aaei MiMiy. nvntn AUAsY-X 5m MU UHmmi. fHaSIai Va Local Items Sirs. Alice Fulkerson left Car Kansas Clt Tuesday to spend i few days with her daughter, Hrm, C. B. Kibler Is local agent for H. C. Snencer. New York Life Ina. Co. See him. Will C, F. Harris kindly drop a card giving his postoffico a.tt- James Neff and ids wffo" have d" o we can credit him for him both been iU, but arc now Improv renewal. Marshall Republican- ing. W. A. b. llylanU was in Marsbafl Tuesday from Norton the firs Scott H. Marshall of Blue Lick, F was in town Wednesday on bust- with th ' Wness. 1 C. W. DeMoss, the genial yauag Claibe DennlN of Enid Okla., Is pedagogue of west of town catted back on a visit to his old friends ja Saturday to renew for evcrul around Slater. 0f his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orr. of Salt Dr. Black and family are etrtcr- Sprlngs, were. In town Monday, tninlng their dnughter, MrsRuCrih shopping nnd visiting. O. W. Johnson lias had a relapse and is again confined to his home Lby sickness. Wakefield and Mary Louise. grand daughter O. W. Johnson has a very at tractive ten cent window this wv?ek 1 " containing a largo assortment ot Mr. Houx is here from Lawrence, things for a dime. visiting hif daughter, Mrs. B. Low- enstein, and other friends. Mrs Virgil Burroughs who wu recently ill, Is bottyr and Is' cn- A. J. McRoberts, ono of Malta tertalnlng hen sister, Miss Mitbe Bonds prominent citizens, honored Wayland of New Franklin. us with a visit Tueaday. j Adolph Scholr, of Little Rock, Miss Casale Calmea went to passed through Marshall Monday Mineral Wells, Texas to visit rela morning on Ids way to Katut&s tlves this week. City. Although somewhat improved Joo Welch of Mt. Leonard, has Ralph Page's condition is reported been laid up several weeks as tho still critical. result of a fall from a hand car - - ' recently. James Sappingbon and wife have both been bedfast for sometime.' Misses 51arv navob. Amit but are both better. Solomon and Katherine Solamrm are viUtlng Mrs. Owen Sweeneyxm Judge Davis and wife returned West Washington. v eunesoay i rom Macon, where they visited their son George. George nerndon of Caldwell, Kansas is Visiting his children and brother for a few days here. Dr. Emmcrson was ut Centralla Sunday, Ho was called over to see serious chronic ease, there, Joa Burns, of Blackburn spent two days in Marshall this week, enjoying visit with homefolks. Mrs. Henry Hayob and daughter. Mrs, Sweeney returned Friday from viak to Cooper county friends. The. Ruff Pool Hall has changed managers again, being turned over Harry Pierce by Roland Smith. Mr,-M. -l. Coopar and daughter were We frees, Samkeifortl ureky wad bewared ua wttk a.eeil. Jka&,&lfakjk wettttlftAi T. C, Jones, one of our preemi nent farmers of west of town.bna our tltanks for renewal for Wi selt and son, Dr. n. L of Kanwaa Cirj-. M. A. Clough and family are -en tertalnlng company from Vermont in the persona of Era WiUlama aad family at their home nouthr et towiu -is J. W. 13arp, L. O. Nye and Cfs Shafar were here front Malta Read on business yesterday. Mr. Km called, to leave us adollar for re newal, Birgis Thompson and mother ef Fairville went to. Kmneas City mm Parkvitle tkta. week to visit rela tives and friends, The Weber: place oa south Jut f eraott. etreet waa occupied tail Wak W O. W, JeWbk ead-Csik. I,' wk kM Wetlyc'i. Mtysti.N l i r- -a.