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;'F?May, May 5, 1911. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ft 7 1 k I t MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Hlihfd rrjr I'rlJay nl nnlrrrd In the roll c. MatohilltM '..iiMecotideloirtmll nmltcl Teinu il.uo per year fn arivnnfi J J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor Office, Doll Telephone, 0. Office, Flerndon Telephone 26 Residence, Dell Phone 496. State Dank Commlssuloner Swan per says that deposits In Missouri banks have Increased over sixteen jnllllon dollars the past year. Mules and hogs alone have do 7rcclatcd over a million dollars in Saline county the past six months. Find the man with the million. Pork is nbout the same old price to the consumers. The price of an article Is us ually fixed by demand and supply nnd so when the price of mules fell we took, It for granted that It was because there was no de mand, hut one of our friends says its because of an over-supply there's n bigger bunch nt Washing ton. I). C. than known of in 18 years t MONEY TO LOAN. I have money lo loan at five and one-half per cent g annual interest, with the privilege to the borrower of a paying any part of the principal at any time, and re bate the interest from date of payment, These are liberal terms and if you want money, now is a good time to get it. , I furnish abstracts and perfect titles to all lands and town lots in Saline county. I have buyers for Saline county farms. If you have one for sale let mc know about it. ABIEL LEONARD, . - Marshall, Mo. n rx -H XJ -I- EXX.r-t- X)OCSIS30U-asla30Ca q -i-jooc 30 CG ..!... . citizens for their liberality, inc. Aiost or us wish to flnil some home is located at 2610 Cleveland way of reducing the cost of living, Ave., nnd a standing Invitation is .Urnntcd, extended to all to visit the Home anytime between 8 a. m. and 8 i). m. They have 4T children at present work. anil nro doing a good Wouldn't It be nice If we had n million dollar court house In Marshall? Most of our Dcmocrn tie farmers admit they've been making too much money and that things have been "too high." Why not build n court house or two If you don't know whnt to do with your money? President Tnft nddressed the big editors at New York Thursday evening and was given thu glad hand and cheers on nil sides. He is very popular with the editors since he is trying to get cheaper paper by putting It on the free list. He ought to come out to Missouri mid talk to our farmers wow I His address was the silliest Lit of reasoning we have read in a long time. President Tnft staled recently that he favored the Canadian reci procity treaty for the reason the trade agreement would reduce the cost of living. At the same time he stntcd It would not de crease the prices of the farmers' products. Wo have always enter tained a very high regard for the opinions of President Tnft, but his argument on Canadian recipro city sounds too much like the Democratic tariff utterances to suit ns. If the consumer can buy farm products cheaper and the farmer get Just ns much money we will believe with the Democrat that each and everyone can sell what he has to soil high and buy Most of us wish to reduce the' tariff downward. Granted. Hut how arc we going to do all these things how are we going to get the lower prices, the reduc ed cost of living, and the low tariffs, that the British enjoy -without doing so nt the expense of wages? Thefc it is, the same old pAzzl ing problem Hint comes before us periodically for solution, but which nobody has ever been able to solve. Look it straight In the face, for there it Is, the same old question, that has been with us for decades and is sitting up nnd demanding notice in Congress today. Weekly Inter-Ocenn. Patrick H. Delaney, inventor, lias added a good Invention to his list. He has patented an Instru ment for transmitting important telegrams, for use especially In times of war, which sends tele grams over two wires and If one ithould be tapped the spy would be unable to get any Information. The Idea is to send telegrnms from distant points over two wires widely separated after leaving the ncndlng stntlon nnd meeting ngaln nt the receiving station. Some of our citizens who have put up their cash for stock In the St. Louis-Kansas City electric Tallwny have been getting un easy. P. II. Rca, who Is In touch with the promoters, said Satur day evening on his return from Coffey vllle Kansas, that there's no cause for alarm', as tlio franchise was worth fully as much ns the money spent to secure It and pro mote the road and that the mon ey (h n rood investment as the franchise can be sold at a good profit it the present company should fall to build It. fievernl of our exchanges nrc twitting us for "going back" on Pxcsident Tnft and Intimating thp.t wc failed to get tho poslofflce. We never tried for tho place nor have any intentions of doing so. We have no political aspirations nnd therefore fcol frco to look after tho Interest of our renders. Wo dlil not desert Mr. Tnft ho de serted tho party on tho protective -policy and while ho may notlinve done It wittingly, ho certainly blun dercd In tho Ualllngcr and Lorl wer cases. These errors should cause him tol loso all claims for a Tcnomlnatlon, Can Tell a Joker The Republicans of Carroll cotin ty, like those of Charlton, both neighbors of Saline to tho north, know a free-trade Joker when they sec It and passed the following resolutions last Saturday: We. the Republican County Cen tral Committee of Carroll county Mo in committee meeting assem bled, desire to express our disap proval of tho proposed Canadian reciprocity agreement. Wo con- sldor It an unjust and unfair dis crimination against tho agricultur al interests of the cpunty for the benefit of a few manufacturing In Died in Idaho. The news of the death of Mrs, W. 1J. Klncald was received by Mrs. C. K. Scott last week. .Mrs. fv llirfltf I mill lint It i inline. I Mn what he has to buy low. One looks 'from Marshall to Wallace. Malm. as reasonable as the other. We several yenrs ago and have been live In Missouri and they have to making their home with their "show us" before we subscribe to!on, 8. C. Klncnld. The deceased any such doctrine.- Warrensburg, wns well known In Mnrslmii ...wi Standard Herald. I wns n devoted momlm nr ti,n Christian church here. Her many friends hero extend sympathy to tho surviving children In their sorrow. The following is n clipping out of the Wallace Press-Times, "Tho Press-Times regrets to an nounce the death of Mrs. W. Ii. Klncald, who died at 2 o'clock Frl day morning, Mnrch 17, at the home of her son, Cherley C, Kln cald, on Canyon Ave. Mrs. Kln- catd had been living with her son for several years and wns well known In the district. She wns deeply interested in Christian work and devoted much of her time to this service. She had lost some of her interest In life after com She wns n devoted wife and mother, always sacrificing herself when others were concerned. She has Get Up, Emmal The rood nconfe of Emma seem to have changed their slogan from' "Whoa EmntiT to "Get Up Emmn." Persons who visit the town only nbout once a week usually get a surprise as there's usually some thing doing, as the town Is neith er suffering from poor business nor race suicide. At present n big building is be ing erected by Fritz nartman to be used as a restaurant, pool hnll and hotel, Amos Dlcrking, the hnrdwarc man, Is building n good residence. Wm. Wchrs Is building an addition to his home. Chas. Dlcrklng has put In a refrigerat ing plant for the dairy and nlso some new outhouses. This thriving little city Is now! nbout the size of Mt. Leonard nnd is on the Mo. Pnc. railway but unfortunately has never been 1 given a depot. The main street which divides the town Is also the dividing line between Saline and Lnfnycttc counties nnd it seems a little odd but the people seem to' favor Lafayette, as most of the buildings arc on that side of the street. Out about fifteen buildings are on our side. Clot up, Emmnt (, sl n 1 ffl mm nessanaitesuoftMH Wii! 1 Untimi.MnrnMnf mtMmU T2 How's This? Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the Inst 15 years and believe him perfectly honor nble in all business transactions, nnd financially able to enrry out any obligations mndc by Mb firm. Wnlding, Klnnan & Marvin, , Wholesale Druggists, Tolcdo,0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills constipation. Proinc(csDieH8mkd nessana wuroi Oniimi.Mnrnhliv mt NOT NARCOTIC JlrfteOfJOSMMWmE. JtkkfftUtt-Avuttti Apcrfecl Remedy focOHSftf Hon , Sour Stoiaadi.MnlM Worms .Conv ncssarolLOSA facsimile fmm ssf NEW TUSK. art.; c CASTORIA for Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bean the Sanature or AW Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Ise For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA -Terrell Money From Hogs on Forage and Miss lint-J 'The Missouri Experiment Station for Won Highest Honors Kwing Stanton Hutson, son Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Hutson, Shackelford, who attended M. dustrles WJ, believe that the pros h w i perlty of the whole country is of M f , ' largely dependent upon tho pros- ' .!..,., ... " gciy dependent upon tho pros perlty of thu fnrmcr, and that any mensuro which is detrimental to the farmer will eventually bring- ."b ouragero loss and failure to every branch ofr ,.,. ,., .,. ... ,,; . --.I 11. ....... T ' "" " IIUIU UV IIIUU v" -. rwiow- ln ,i. inll o,, . ,, Illff that it in mtWIflHlllln tnr. Pnn.l . . . : " ' ' " " suuject to heart trouble. gress to enact any law which will MJrfl Klncal(, , , ...w ww., ...... .u. w uuj iuuii.., .oa tl.n t..l.ln... ttr t. trl.. . jiruvmiunn ni low prices nnu , c..i(1 It , rfmfln,lln , , at the same time enable tho pro- cltlenco thnt ,,, ,lllfi,mtwl nM1 ducer to receive high prices for tho samo products, wo denounce the arguments of tho advocates of reciprocity as absurd and ridicu lous. Republican reciprocity as nd- vocated by Ulalno and McKlnley, viz., a freo exchange of noncom petitive articles, no more resem bles the Canadian reciprocity agree ment than tho Pnyno-Aldrlch tariff bill resembles tho Wllson-dormun tnrlff law, Therefore, Ha It Tesolvcd, That the Cnnn- dian reciprocity agreement is not a Republican measure, and is not In harmony with tho policies nnd platforms of the Republican party, but that It Is a free trademeasuro which never falls to bring finan cial and industrial disaster to the whole country. Resolved. That tho great agri cultural interests oX tho country cldenco thnt both husband nnd wife should havo died at tho same age and in the same son's house, She was born In Carlisle, Ky., on Mny 7, 1833 nnd was married to W. I!. Klncnld of Mlddleton, Ky in lsso. alio was the mother of eight children ox whom seven sur vive J, P. Klncald, Los Angeles, Cnl., sam Klncnld, Idltnrod, Alas ka, Mrs. Laura Myers, Mrs. Gertie Johnston and (I 13. Klncald of Kansas, Mrs. Mary Shropshire, uiemlnle, Cal., ?.nd Sherloy C. Kln cald of this city. Her son, dcorge died In Wallaco In 1005. Her re mains wore laid to rest boside those of her husband in tho Min ers Union cemetery. A memorial servlco was held at tho Methodist church, Isn't it funny that wo should havo a "reciprocity" agreement with Canada that will lot them send us flour and meats while wc must pay duty on these same ar ticles if sent to Canada. The rca bob glvon for this Is that ourroar- iet price la higher nnyway oxcept la Hacking house goods and wo wouldn't enro to send these pro ducts oVer. Not n bit of It. When -the crash comes, we'll be thankful lor any old market, even low fcV'fp'V , priced Canada will look good then, I'Vli -t treat Us fairly. 2 f I A., Miss. Julia Bakor, founder, and !" Mr. L. 'Jj. Lewald, secretary, ol h-jlh Joseph iWalter Home at Kan , city, were In Marshall laBt, joilcitin funds for their or ...'21fci'i.fil. About 1190 was sub i tf-ii:T" nil tbey request that Zxwwi their, thanks to our He Found Out Hlgginsvllle, Mo., April 21. are entitled to tho snme degree of . Rube' Ogllesby chalrmnn of tho protection which they nro wllllne;. Missouri state railroad commis- to accord to tho manufacturing in-. "ion wob appealed to at Higgins- torests, and that any dlscrlmlna-j vine tonight by two traveling tlon ugainst tho ono in favor of, men who reported him that they tho other Is unjust and unfair, and 1,atl keen unable to got from tho not In nccord with Republican poll "Kent of tho Chicago & Alton cles. any Information as to whon a Resolved, That n copy of those 'train then past duo and marked resolutions be sent to President , on time would arrive. Tho Taft, and a copy bo furnished to agent told tho traveling men tho St. Louis aiobe-Democrnt for they said he didn't knpw and publication. wouldn't inquire when the belated train could bo expected Ogleaby Here is the Sami OlrlPnr Went to tho "Bent nnd politely oak nere is ine aameuictroser ed hlm about thQ deInycd traln The British board of trade has and why he didn't mark on the puDiiBiieu a report on tho cost of living In America. What the re port cornea to Is this, The average American wage worker recelvo8 $2.30, where , the average British wage-worker re ceives $1, and ho Jlvea nearly twice as Well. ' . So hero we have it again the same old poaei thai has always confronted ua. V Moat of 'ua want lower prices,' t i ar uraniea. , v r- bulletin board how late It was 1 "I nln' got no chalk and. donlve a d ," the1 agont rcr piled, Mri pglesby theu told him who he was and In a very "f'eW minutes the traveling men had the Information they' Wanted. The agent was placed under arrest on Information furnished by the state coramlssioneuY The above story printed In, many Missouri papers is prdnouueed" yt ' . 1 I nai . ... . ' home of the bride's parents nenr llarrlsonvllle, Mo., Sunday, April 23, 1911. Rev. L. S. Nightwlnc, brother of the groom, performed tho ceremony. 1 The couple spent n few days In of Kansas City arriving here Wed' of nesdny and ore here with his par V. ents nnd other relatives nnd C. seven years nnd tho last three friends for a few days. They years has been studying for the will make their home nt Stroud, ministry nt McCormlck Theological Okla., where the groom has a lu- Hcmlnnry, Chlcngo, was one of the cratlvo position. - eraduatca or that institution nceco Nightwlnc, the groom, is last week and won the $50 In gold the son of A. Nightwlnc of tho offered for the highest record in neighborhood northeast of town, scholarship. Rwing is 28 years nnd was reared to manhood o oid ami n origin student nnd fine i,8 father's farm. Ho hns been in young mnn and his homo county Oklahoma for tho past couplo of has reasons to fool proud of him. years. The brdlo Is a stranger , here, but la winning the henrta of Nordsieck-Rehkop those she meets on the trip to her husband's homo Sweet Night wine- W. R. Nightwlnc tic Terrell were married nt tho has Just given out the rcsultB of On Thursday, April 20, 1911, at 3 p. m., tho German Evangelical, church was filled with an at tentive nnd moBt Interested audi n .n ...ii i . . .i Springs nernld. onco to witness tho marriage of. Mrs. Steele Funeral Miss Laura Rehkop, tle oldest T,1 funeral of Mrs. W. H.Steelo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nor-.0' Norton, occurred too late man Rehkop, of this vicinity, to Mr. William H. Nordsleck. of lma. Blackburn Record. Remarkable Poultry Food A. L. Aulgur of Sweet Springs says our fellow-citizen, Jim Mont gomery, boIIb remnrkable poultry food and that tho people should be Instructed to save them from loss when using it. IIo said spring ers led on u should bo nut in the markot before thoy are full fenth erod becnuso thoy will grow spurs and pullets likowisc because they win go to hatching. occurred Thursday afternoon for us to get particulars for last weeks' issue. Rev. Z. T. Orr conducted funeral services at tho homo nt 2 n. m. and later the rcmalna were taken teacher, "Don't oyu nay to Slater for burial. Mr. Orr gave ua the rollowing Xacts regarding Mrs. Steele: Sho was born Oct.l, 1855, at Frnzcr, Mo. Died April 25 1911, nged 55 years, 0 months and 25 days. Iler maiden name was Frances Elizabeth Ridge. Sho was married to W. n. Steele April 28th 1875, by llev. Ilendrix, being mar ried Just 36 years. Of their six children, four survive as given last week. nn experiment lasting thrco yearn which shows large profits from feeding hogs on forage crops. Tho nvcrngc lncomo per aero from clover forage was $34.11, from rapo and oats $23.03, from corn and cowpens $29.08 nnd from blue grass $17.71. Tho estimates are all made on tho basis of CO cents n bushel for tho corn fed nnd 0 cents n pound fox the pork produced. The re sults nro important ns Indicating what may be accomplished when the hogs themselves do all tho harvesting. Tills bulletin, which is numbered 95 wns written by Denn F. II. Mumford nnd C. A. Wlllson nnd can be had on request by writing to the Director of tho Experiment Station' Columbia. Missouri. What's the Use To suffer with soro eyes when one 25c tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye 8alvo will euro you. We guaran tee It.. You -risk nothing. It's n creamy, snow whlto ointment. Philadelphia Record: "Why, Tom my," exclaimed tho Sunday school your prayers every night beforo you go to bed?" "Not any more," replied Tommy. "I uster when I slept In n folding bed, though." There's a Reason For the large and increasing sale of Dr. Bell's Pinc-Tnr-IIoney. When In the need of a cough rood iclJO try tt nnd you will know tho reason. OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO( 8 What Do You Know About This? g, Until further notice we will Clean and Press Ladies' and uentlemen's Garments at the following prices: o o o LADIES' GARMENTS Clean and press suits $l.SO q Clean and press long coats 1.00 q Clean and press dress 1.00 q Clean and press skirts .75 a Press suits .75 O Press long coat t , .50 D J 1 icm ureas , .50 Press skirts u .35 MEN'S GARMENTS Clean and press suits $1.00 Clean and press overcoats 1.00 Clean and press trousers .35 Press suits . ,50 Press overcoats; ,50 Press Trousers .15 W We shall continue to do the high claw work, at these prices; that we tf V.e one in the past. Remember, we use no pressing machine or employ incompetent workmen. All work done by expert journeymen tailors, who K?an PreM yur individuality right into your garments. There are two kinds )9t cleaning and pressing; ours and, others and there are none just quite as uuu mm ours in marsaau. - ' A AH goods called if or and delivered. 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