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Friday, February 3, 1911.
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ItaklUhtd (Trrr Friday nl cntrdn Ibt fot I ft Mirtlml.M .. conaciiaa rotii mmiti Vrnjst 11.00 per year In advance. J J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor Office, Bell Telephone, 0. Office, nurndon Telephone 20 Residence. Bell Phone hid C. M. Harrison, editor of the Gallatin Mtssourian, la aspiring to th office of secretary of state on tho Republican, ticket;. He Is an blt nnd worthy man for the place. It doesn't pay to mix with trick sters, even though they would make you bcllevo that they arc working In your Interest. It is only a step farther for dishonest politician to defraud their friends after they arc through with the "enemy." A petition was was circulated In Marshall several weeks ago asking President Taft to call an extra ses- Son of Congress to revise the tjar iff downward. A dozen names wore signed, which would Indicate that some of our Democratic friends nre willing to let well enough alone. Representative IrwJn of Cole County wants a law for the publi cation of all tax ftsesBmcnt' lists. Now that's t,ho most unklndcat cut of nil. It will bother editors, par ticularly, to havo their assesslblo wealth paraded beoro a. vulgar public. PUBLIC SALE! I will sell at my farm, five miles southwest of Marshall and four miles southeast of Shackelford, on Monday, February 13th, the following described live stock and personal property: Representative Dow, of Pettis county, elected on t,ho Republican ticket by a majority of 1, was un seated nnd sent back home and hJ Democratic opponent declared elected by th Committee on Elec tions of tho legislature. The pub lic in anxious to know how this could be- done honestly. The vot cni of Peittls counXjy will no doubt know before the next election. o Terms of Sale Cash. Free Lunch at Noon. Sale Begins at 10 O'Clock. JOHN BARR. o o o o o o o o "Pair Piny" are strango. words to some pcoplo who have been 'rained by fond parents and nam pored through life. When they get out in tho world where they cant hldo behind their mama's aklrtsor papa's bank nccount nnd throw rocks nt passers by they find that Uxo Is a real battle where rocks are returned Jiifet -as swift as flung. Bawling nvails llttlo then. Investigation of the Into elec uon In St. Louis nnd St. Louis County itf being conducted by n Democratic commissioner Appoint ed by three Democratic Supremo Judges. The. main object Is tho seating of two defeated Demo cratlc candldnte for Judge of the Supreme Court instead of the two Ropubllcnns elected by the people. Being a man of strong convlc Hons, serious purpose and devotion to public duties Governor Iladley is not easily disturbed by parti iana who would oppose and as sail him. becauso of his politics, Ho proceeds upon tho theory that u iwuntu uemocrai is just as patriotic and ns loyal to nubile duty, ho boos It, as an honcrff Republican. If tlds theory fallB ita fniluro ought not discredit dov oraor ITadley. Partisan Democrats cannot hurt him but thoy can com aait political Bulcldo by trying to nurc turn. Tho question naturally arises In tho mind of every honest Missouri voter, why did Mr. Reed refuse to filo n statement of his campaign expenses? All other candidates for Unitod Stot.i Senator obeyed the ww ona maclo sworn statements. Only tho successful candidate tho man nominated and elected by tho ucmocTata uouged the law and kept socrot tho total amount nnd stems of his expenditures In seek ing the nomination of his narfctv. Why was it necessary or desirable 6a 'tho part of Mr. Reed to -with. kold the( atatfcnient ho is legally mtuM iiivraiiy UQunU TO Illcff Th Brookt&)u Argus,' one tke.' best Democratic weeklies Missouri, said, in an editorial to edttkm of January 20: ('While seam prone to nrod :J;YsVswIIadley' upon any sort of ;', pretext, it must be tcknowledar nil. L 'ai . i . r' f. '? isSM wr, w. usasssrsuc nreas mat sMsMMe' IMtMr: "Ia Missouri, , Ths 'Att.-. til ttwllnkd S f ks iss.m:jwr snsf( rmy, ,1 aVoitft mm HORSES 1 acred mare, in foal by jack, extra good brood maro. 1 6-year-old mare bred to jack suckling mule colt by side. 1 black hdrso coming three year old extra good one. 1 coming two-year-old sorrel horse sired by Barr's Eureka, Dam by Jim Wiiks. COWS 1 2-year-old short horn heifer, due to calf about April. 1 Jersey heifer, due to calf 1st of March. 1 Jersey heifer, duo to calf 1st of April. 1 yearling Jersey heifer, not bred. 1 heifer calf. 1 roan bull calf, subject to registry extra good one. 33 2-ycar-old steers, natives. MULES 20 extra good work mules from three to five years old. . HOGS 40 brood sows. Some with pigs by side, tho others will farrow from now until April. 1 good Poland-China boar, registered; also some good young red boars, subject to registry. 30 stock hogs weigh about 150 pounds. 200 barrels of corn and 16 tons of hay in rick on Chas. Barr farm. I will also sell at private sale two thrco year old Morgan stallions registered ono 5- year Percheron stallion. G jacks from 1 to 7 years old. 4 jennetts, will sell one or all. 100 hedge posts, as I have a surplus. Col. Chas. P. Hudson Col. Chas. Irvine Col. John Logsdon o o Filer Rites From' Water San Diego, Cal.i Jan M. For th first tlmo it t declared, In ths his tory of aviators, an aeroplane rose from, th surface of tho water to day, mlled about and .returned to tho starting point, where K landed on tho waiter as easily as a gull. This fealt wan' achieved by Glenn II. Curtlss, In his specially equip ped aeroplane on San Diego bay. Tho machine covered a distance of about two miloa and the flight was made after almost two weeks of experimenting to devlso special ppllances to float tho machine and allow it td attain sufficient peed on the surface of tho majber lifting. When the aeroplane was brought out at noon today and floated on the shallow water between! Coron- ado iand North island, It .was equip ped with hydroplanes and -a new arrangement of front surfaces, CurtlBS climbed Into the seat nnd started tho powerful motor. Tho aeroplane scudded up tho bay at a forty mllo clip for a quarter of a mllo, then lifted out of tho water and rose to a height of fifty feet. After remaining In tho air ono minute and twenty-two second flying a half-mile, Curtlss alighted and turned around aq easily as a motor boat. Putting on full power he again roso, this time tfc a height of 100 foot, sailed out over tho bay a mllo from the starting place, cir cled near tho revenuo cutter Hoar and tho repair ship Iris and landed lightly on tho wanon In front of tho hangar on shore. "I havo succeeded in solving tho ono problem tho secretary of tho navy regarded as tho most diffi cult, and tho ono; necessary to to mako tho aeroplane of vaHio to. the navy," said Curtlss as he sttop ped 'ashore. "I now can start an aeroplane from the water along side a war ship, making my trip, and returning light alongside and bo hoisted aboard." I Auctioneers. l(I".irt?.&ick) Bookkeepers O oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Our representative nt Jefferson to 11.20: pattern makers 81.13 to City is being lauded as a "strong $1.6 ; iron molders, 95 cents; horse man" by tho press, of this section shocrs nnd blacksmiths 76 to 83 of tho state and we aro glad that cents, etc. ho "took" so well as he is a nice young man. uut we nave u irom good 'authority that In his cam paign speeches Mr. Uarbco said to our voters that if they sent him to Jefferson City ho'd promiso. to work against anything proposed by dov. Had ley, thus not only de feating good meaBurco but nlso causing a division of the Assem bly nlong party lines. Such a division 'Would block all legis lation as neither tho Republicans or Democrats can pass laws by themselves at tlds session. Such partisanship Is far from commend able and docan't represent our county at atL Wo will glvo Mr. Barbeoa chance tj correct this statement If wo were misinformed. In tho mean time our pcoplo will keep a sharp watch to boo if wo aro being rep resented or misrepresented. Germany's Top Wage $1.67 Washington, January, 29, Frank Dillingham, United States consul general at Coburg, has sent to tho Bureau of Manufactures, Depart ment of Commerce nnd Labor, a report on "Wages in Germany." Tho working day is ten hours. Bricklayers recelvo from $1,07 to $1.19; carpenters 83 to 05 cento; painters, 63 to 66 cents; compos! tors 95 cents to $1,20; plumbers $1 Croup Causes uneasy nights but If you will uso Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar Iloney it will relievo In. a few minutes. There is nothing better. Guaran teed by all dealers. Missouri Legislative Notes The senate had a telephone bill by Hall providing for lower rates than tho house bill, 35 cents for tho first 100 miles and 15 ccnts'for each additional fifty miles for tho first three minutes. Othcrwlso tho rates fixed aro tho same. Tho puro Beed bill was killed in tho senate committee upon rep resentations by Kansas City seed men, headed by W. W. Harnden, that tho bill would work a hard ship only on the. Missouri seed men while allowing tho mall order houses to ship Impure seed in with impunity. Jonos of Pdkc offered a bill mak Ing it obligatory for bank presi dents or managing directors to mako statement under oath to the bank commissioner every two yeiars as to the depositors known to bo dead and thoso who have not mndo u deposit or drawn a check for ten years. Representative Tickler presented a, bill allowing cities of tho second and third classes to adopt the com mission plan of government, This includes 'all cities of 3,000 Inhabi tants and over excepting St. Louis Kansas Oity and St. Josoph. Tho other commission plan bill in eluded only cities of tho second class. Tho question of tho attorney general's salary camo up in tho engrossment of tho civil list bill Tho salary was placed at $2,000 and las tho question of tho Incroaso still is opon, Gillespie nskcd that this bo changed tof $5,000, but tho amendment was voted down. Boyd and Sharp introduced a hill re ducing tho salary of tho adjutant general to $2,000 from $2,500, Two tolephono bills camo from Taylor of Charlton. Ono requires half rates over toll lines bctpveon 6 p. m. and 6 a. m. Tho other lim its toll charges as follows: For tho first three minutes for 100 mile 50 cents; for each additional 100 miles, 25 cents; for each additional minute, 10 cents per 100 miles. The charge for twenty-fivo mllos or less would not bo over 10 cento for three minutes nnd 20 cents for twentyfivo Hp fifty miles; Air line, not wire mlloago would be considered. gorirTs-lo -f rcrrnnrznriqi -i mw .w mrv jh nog INCUBATORS !c t We are again handling the "FAVORITE" In cubators and Brooders. This is the Incubator we handled last year and which gave such fine satis faction. We claim it is absolutely the best, mach ine you can get for the money. In construction only the best clear California Redwood lumber, thoroughly seasoned and dried, is used. The heat ing is done by hot water. All the pipes are made of the best copper and will not rust put. The ar rangement of the pipes is such that the circulation of water is perfect and insures an even tempera ture in the egg clumber; which is absolutely neces ' sary to secure a gcid hatch. The regulator, lamp, thermometer and all the parts of it are' the best to be had, and we fully guarantee satief actien. ' f , 110 egg size, fer $tOiflr0.lO Cf fetf .$12.50, 220 egg size, temptop?; V ."Vf - $ vxptain imiy tsif wosw; aam HuffcPi n, 'git- 'I 1 i I uHi'ii m oBBnawsw wm - :''''BmsSsss)s The Reason Why A reporter of a prominent dally asked tho management of tho Mo- berly Commercial College of Mo- berly, Mo why it was they had such (a splendid attendance , and wore enjoying such aphcnominal succcbs. The following satisfactory answer was given, "vo xeacn tno Byrno Simplified Shorthand and Byrno Practical Bookkeeping and Business Training, "by which wo are enabled to turn out moro practical bookkeepers and stenographers in three- months, than other schools teaching other1 systems in six months. Wo use modern methods in. every department. Wo place every graduate in good position thru our well organized Employ men Bureau, Every 'student wo nlaco in trood position is a living enthusiastic advertiser' for the Moberly Commercial College; he. advises hU friends to attend' our scnooi pecsustr n m jjruuu, us ;yuo success he hkasell '.' Is enjoying," ing, blank Wd sosivevor ' fres csbalotfue twttnryou how , yoa esjii in three moikths .tWne and, .tor lM tbn one hundred dollars prs- www w f9. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY - The Only New unabridged dic tionary in many years. Contains the pith and essesee of an authoritative library; Covers every field of knowl edge, An Enoyolopedla in a ingle book. The Only dictionary with the New Divided Page. 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. 0000 Illustrations. Cost over half a million dollars. Post yourself on this most re markable tingle volume. jg, HnaLWr.U for umU K23!bbb1BbbbV VW. toil . UouUri, t. Nm this ppr sat we will Msdfres t of Poeksi Uses CaCMorfaaC. Sprinsndd, Xm BBBBBBSl ' .BBBBBBBBW'BBBBSW A King Who Left Home set the world to talking, but Paul Mathulka, of Duffalo, N. Y., says ho always KEEPS AT HOME tho King of all Laxatives Dr. Kings Now Xdfo Pills and that they're ia blessing to all his family. Curo constipation, headache, Indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25c at P. II. Franklins. The Silo for Dairyman This Is tho time of year when tho dairyman or dairy farmers, who owns a alio llko to talk about sl-f lage. Good silage comes as near being June pasture In January, as any feed with which tho dairy man is familiar. Its succulent or Juicy nature especially fit It for stimulating tho milk flow, and keeping tho cow in vigorous health. Probably tho most important rule in tho profitable dairy Is to keep tho cows milk flowing as freely as possible after tho flow lias once been started by parturition or calf birth. To do1 tills demands right feeding. SUago Is a cheap feed to put up -and valuable to use. It ia grown on tho farm. This fact Is of importnnco In this day of hign priced mill feeds. Road what a few Missouri dairy mon havo recently said about si los and silage. Messrs, J. H. White & Son near Aurora, Missouri say: "Wo con sider sllago ono of tho best feedn wo ever used to keep up tho milk flow in winter. Since wo began feeding silage wo havo never had a cow off feed and we arc feeding a cow all she wilt eat." Mr. John Ilonmer, Prop, of tho well-known Ilosmcr farm near Marahfleld, Missouri has this to eay: "Havq a silo by all means If intending to get Into the dairy business and don't plan a silo, stay out. If dairying and are not flg uering on 'a silo, get out. For In nlther case, tho modern dairy mo thods of tho fellow who has and uses tho alio will put you out.'' Shopard Brothers of Ilughcavillo Missouri say this: "A silo Is one of the very best things a man can invest Ills money In If he Is in tho dairy business. You can get more feed for less money out of a silo than any other way we know of." Hon. P. P. Lowls, Crescent, Mo., recently said : "I have used sllago continuously for tho past six years and am thoroughly convinced that It In not only i)v cheapest feed a farmer can produce but because of ltd succulonco Is, a great help in the digestion of other feeds." n. E. McNatt, Dairy Department, University of Missouri, Mrs. WlMtew's SnMtli Syrap Ru bm uwd for ovtr HXTY-riVB YKAHS kr MILLIONS ot MOTIIClia for U.lr CII1LDHIH WIIILM TKBTIIINO. -Ilk- I'ClurcCT RUOCRn, II ROQTHIS th. ciiIml aorricNs to ousa. ALUM aill-AlK i cunts wrxo COLIC, uui li u bnt nmtir for DUHHIKZA. Sola br nmnrl't. In mrf nil f Vim world B. r u4 uk fcr'Mr. WUuluVi toothing Brrup, n4 Uk. no other feUa. TwnlV-flv ml. battle UumatMd und.r Uw Vooi w4 Dnn Act, Jun.KHh.lM. ntrUlNiimWrlM. AN OLD AMD Wia TKIXO BJUUU)T. , 8 1 1 I I 1 II I i'l " I II 1 tii i , i i l I '! 11 II l"i i i i' ABIEL LEONARD MARSHALL. M ISlSO U R I f I have money to loan at lowest current rates of interest on farm and city property. l keep on hand for sale gilt ecfge, first, mortgage.real estate notes. "I furnish ab stracts and perfect titles to all lands and town lots in Saline county. lt you want to borrow money, loan money, buy, sell, exchange or rent your farm or city prop erty, call or write me. ABIEL LEONARD, . . Marshall, Mo. o rcirv-. mw.iWOTfv i rim DOOC 3CC3S30OCSSE30I OB QOtBX3(X3S300(SaE0(3IS300eOOCSSOO(X3aE300C333C A NEW INDUSTRY! Free Tax Industrial Alcohol. . Vrnm f!nrn Ktnllf nnd flnha.Wnntn Vnrtaiuhtna anrl Wnut Vulin Rhnvlnno onil Dlrl Rnur rtimt urn nnw irnTi vnr f oll intn Tnliiiii.lal 'l Alcoholat 10 cents per fiallon, Bells for 30 conts." Unlinil ted demand in every Village for Motors, Automobiles, Cooking Stoves, etc. - A Ml'! S-aallon Annaratus makes 1 sallon oer hour. ' Is slmnle asa nhfn Mill, almost automatic, Inexpenslve.jpays for Itself every month , No' tax, no license, only a permit and that Is free. Orders come -in fas t; Write to-day for i'RKt FARMERS OIROy LAR. No. 9, .y: WANTED the services of'a representative n Missouri to look after our old customers and prospeetlve, buyers: of our Modern i) Simple Taxfree;industrUl Alcoho Dlstllllnr Apparatus, by speelai'; successmi uemoasiraiive meiaoas ror maxing Aicotioi, Apple Jack. Aguartflentei Meacal.'Tegull-w Peaek Brandy, Solidified Alcohol 17 'CabeLetc.; also Denatured Alcohol. ..Most modern ,slmpla 5 ial i Still aad all sIsm to 9M eal. dallv oamacltlas. Good Pnanufaainn v "Alehol Iron lrm Products aad : Wool WBSte.-Trad'mret,tjB? ll....d.alhriMll il'4k.4 I. hM.nli,l.i DijTmJyS? . n "w !)?i;i'V,T"-fTr""'W . .sT' -TIT- !T ,fT. 1