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MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1011.
ALBERT PARKIIURST formerly
of Sweet Springs, cited last Sunday
In South Dakota. He Wan a son of
Isaac Pnrkhurst, north of Sweet
Springs. Wo failed to lcnm particulars.
Her Fall was Fatal
Mrs. Maggie Bingham, of
row Hock, who nccomnan ed hor
son, Holla, to Kansas City Satur
day where ho underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis, died as n
result of a fall In nn elevator Tiles
day morning and her remains were
brought hack to Arrow Hock yet
tcrday for burial.
Mrs. Bingham's death is one of
n scries of mlsfortunui to the
Illn.7l1.11n fnmllv recently. Mon
day evening at 7.3J sho descended
in an elevator nt tho Imivcrtlly
hospital and we arc told tho ele
vator was out of order nnd came
down with a hevcro jolt. Shu was
Ihadly injured and died nt 10 a.m.
Tuesday as a iomiU. Ono of her
yoiis passed through Marshall on
the Mo. Pac. yesterday with his
mot hut's remains. The death of
this good woman Is a oad and un
Uncalled for Letters
Remaining In tho Marshall, Mo.,t
postomco September Ctli ,1011. If
not called for In 13 daya will be
sent to tho dead letter otflco at
Washington, D. C.
Mcsdamcs Anglo Cockrcl, Bcr-
tha Griffith, S. L. Griffith, Etta
Hill, 0. Wilson.
Mr. Rov Hallow. II. D. Esslnirton
O. M. Fair, O; D. Owen, Perry Hoed,
F. A. U. Smith, H. Williams.
L. W. VANDYKE,. P. M
Jefferson. City. Sent. 2. The
ntato board of agriculture will dc
cido at a mooting to bo held at
Scdalla, September 20th .Which ot
tho thrco cross-state highway
routes has mado the boot progress
in road building, and tho route
which in th conlnlon of the board
lias made tho best showing -will be
dedicated tho week of October 15.
At that meeting tho ntato lilch
way englnoor, Curtis IIlll of Col
umbia, who was instructed by
tho board to inspect each route.
will mako a report. If tho cen
tral route which was designated
tho "Cross-Stnto Highway," falls
to make tho propor showing then
tho northern, designated tho
"North Missouri Stato Illghwoy"
or tho southern, dosisrnatcd tho
"Missouri Stato Road," will form
ally be opened and dedicated in
stead of tho central
Tho southern routo ndvoentrs
meet in Jefferson City, Septem
ber oth. to formulate futhcr plans
for the- ononintr of tholr rnnd.
Governor Iladley has boon Invlfc-
ca to attoud this mectng and to
attend a function the noxt day at
Smlthton, when a formal start
will be mado on a permanent rock
road across Potis County.
Governor Iladloy gavo out the
following statement tonight:
"Tho state board, of agriculture,
or as it should bo properly deslg?
natcd under tho law which nufho
dlzed it, to act In thla matter,
Stato Illghway Commission, Is pro
ceeding on the thepry that tho
assurances, with reference to the
Central routo will bo satisfactory
kopt, and upon that assumption
tentative arrangements havo been
mado for a formal opening, and
dedication of that routo the week
of October 15th,"
The Marshall ball team defeated
tho Moborly boys Sunday after
noon in a scoro of 4 to 0, Tho
gamo was played at the fair
grounds'. Another gamo on, Mon
day remutea ttv a score of 10 to
in; favor of Moberly.
Mrs, Jame3TDeMoBS haa a morci
complete and up-to-date line of,
wUUijery tttaniever: before, Alll
tW'Utiit ma hattij street , hats,
.fanfiy.orriaownUi, hats piai.'and.a
full,, Md ooplftt line of .wlngs,
feathri(,blrdti aadplumw. Thanks
to,hr ol (usUittrt' for thtlr,ptt
:favwa.t.W wWmm. ithV
Real Estate Transfers.
Missouri Valley College to W
G Alters lots 1, 2 block 30
College add Marshall 1130
Otto S Russell to L J Rasse
lots 15, 10 cast Marshall ... 6000
Allen L Pollard to Howard
P Short lot 1 block 2 Slater
Thomas L Green to DD David
son lot 3 block 3 College ad
W L Ellyson to M L Francis
& wife lot 41 block 15 Slater
C E Piper to T J Gauldhifc
wife lot 1 block 21 Slater ...
T J Oauldln to C E Piper &
wife Irregular lot Slater ...
F P Hubbtrd to Sarah L k
Odessa M llalley part lots 6
6, 7 block 12 and part 12 Sla
T J Guuldln to C E Piper Si
wlfo lot 4 block 10 West Sla
F A Hlghtshoo to Prelbo Si
Co Irregular lot Marshall ...
Daniel Flnlcy to Wm Walker
trustco lot 0, 10 block 7
Nelson , $50
Jno L & M M Miner1 to Mollio
Minor 85 acres 26-51-22
Mollio. & M M Miner to Jcnnfe
J Minor 7D 1-2 acres 35-51-2E
Mollio & J J Minor to M M
Minor 65 1-2 acres 35-51-22
Geo W Car to Oscar W Carroll
lots 80, 81 Henry addition to
Slater ... 200
Daniel Flnnloy to Fisher Kuy
kcndall 25 ncrcs 20-10-23 ...
Littleton Offutt to Geo S Wil
son all interest In 03 acre's
Jas H Hubbard to L W Si R
II Scott 40 acres 31-19-20 ...
Annette Vnnco to Justlos M
Rose Si wife Irregular lot In
A M Bates ct nl t(b G D Slcorf-
er 80 acres 27-52-22
Robert M King to Harry P
King 180 ncrcs 3-10-21
Jas A Hawkins to John E
Matheny nil Interest In sec.
25 Si 2C-53-21
August Smith to John TRoc
tor 1-f Interest lot 1 & 2
block 1 Isabel add to Slater
Oeo J Dyer to C W Carrel
lots 83, 81, 8J '& 80 Henry
John II Shields to Catherine
Rutlego land In 7-18-21 1450
time ureclan et al to Mary S
and J. Mitchell Giles lots 1
Si 2 block 35 Colloce add't.
tlon Marshall .
The Dirt is Flying;
Today, Thursday. Is "Qood
Roads Day" In Gilliam. About
100 teams nnd a lnren form nfmnn
started out this morning to grade
and put In ordsr the State High
way between Gilliam and Qlas.
gow. Every available team and
hand Is being pressed Into service,
representatives from every busi
ness corner in town went out and
every man who could not go sent
a substitute, these, with tho farm
crs along tho routo and surround
ing country, made a vory formi-
abio forco and they expect to put
tills part of the road in excellent
condition. Tho land owners nlnntr
the lino aro becoming thoroughly
enmusou ana are eolnir at the
work In earnest and exnect to
havo tho routo In splendid shape
by Jtho .day of Inspection. County
nighway Engineer Latlmoro will
bo present and superintend the
work. Stato Highway Engineer
Curtis Hill Is expected, It Is In,
tended to make tho day ono of re
sults to bo lonff remembered an,
the boglnlng of better roads In
Eastern Saline, wlilcli will be fol
lowed up by activo systematic ef
fort to put other parts of the road
In good condition. Salino Is fully
alive to tho situation, Globo.
Doing: Good Work
J. W. Jordan was up from Gllf
llam Saturday and said 75 teams
wero put to work on tho roads be
tween Gilliam and the bottom last
Thursday by tho farmers. County
Highway Engineer Latimer direc
ted Jho wo"rk. Some of the teams
aro still at work.
Our Feed Yards
Nothing- has, added more to the
beauty and convenience of our
city than our splendid feed yards,
We are told thatt people have quit
eomlnjr,, to townL It you believe
this visit, the tout, yarfls and, ybu
may .H-iwrprlieij" Jtortutday W
made tha reuadaiittd wi-b nitnnL
Uhed.f Tfcwt'weW mote rift than
a Big Success
Best Progrpm Ever Pre
sented. Review of
In spite of tho drouth this sunV-
mor an u soma pessimistic predle
tloiw the Chautauuua Thursdav
opened with a bit? nttrnd nnro nnrl
every iotslon haH been well patron,
iztfu. iiarsiiau lust year was. Jtho
banner chmittiun.ua town for tho
Radpath-Vawter syftcm antl It
won't mm It far this year we pre
dict. The fact that tho country Is
getting full of nutos is a great help
as visitors aro coming In goodly
numbers from a big distance In
Tho M-Offr.im onennd Thtirtlnv
afternoon with the Dunbar Sitters,
1 fclni.iMf nrf4lir.fttv.fi. frtllmtrifl hv
nn address by Dr. Mansell of '"jrtie
uiner icnow." jjoiii were criicfl-
In the evenlnir Thomas McClarv
"the man with tho Joy face" gave
a mo.u Interesting humorous talk
iTlday afternoon's rirocram was
opened by the Weatherwax Quar
tette and Miss Kearney In a talk
on "DIxlo Land." Tho ouartettc
proved Itself one of thy best. Miss
Kearney, made a very acceptable
talk, especially plcasin? to our
Southern neottlc. vet In no un
objectionable to anyone. Sho is a
fine speaker. That night, the musl
col program by the Weatherwux
quartette was followed by n lec
ture by James Francis O'Donnell,
on the "Sign of tho Cross," with
Rome ns the scene.
The lecture by Thomas Hrooks
Fletcher Saturday afternoon was n
masterpiece. His sublcct: "The
Martyrdom of Fools" touched on
the practices of men and women
In nil walks ot Ufa and he
handed out thought food with
much rapidity that brought out
all tho "sins" of ltto clearly be
fore you. There wai an unusual
disturbance of old fogy notlone
and pet. tollies In his address
Saturday evening tho Clark
Bowers company entertained the
large audlenco very delightfully
for ono hour, nfter which Hon
Arthur K. Peck gave his Illustra
ted Iccturo on "Storm Heroes of
our Coasts." The pictures were
imost magnificent. The features of
most thrilling Interest ivcro the
Eupcrb motion pictures showing
storms at sea, ships In distress
with sailors lashed to the rigt-
ging, rescues of near drowned
sailors by meana of the breech'
oa buoy and other scenes of the
Sunday afternoon Dr. William Ed
car Gell cave his Interesting ad
dress on "A Giant In Pygmy.Land."
Dr. Gell is one of tho world's fprcu
most explorers. His locturo 'dealt
with his cxnloratlons In Africa
and he had a happy and clcaH-cut
way of expressing himself which
made hla locture u doublo dcllorht
to tho audience. He Is a fine speci
men of mankind, nnd brought out
the nfced of manly men and woman
ly women In his lecture.
The big treat of tho week, to
which everyone looked forward
With anxiety, was tho locturo by
Hon. Francis J. Henoy which
took place Sunday evenlnir. Mr
Henoy led the great fight against
corruption in San Francisco
until Ira wm shot through the
liead by a corruptlonlst as he
was conducting a trial agalnsj: n
notorious boodle politician . He
showed vory clearly and In.a.very
interesting way tho hundreds of
corrupt ways by which elections
are won and' lost in lariro cities
and suggested remedies for tho
evils. Mr. IJonoy is a good exnirr-
plo of that spirit ot political rot
form and munlclnal houac-clonn-
Ing which Is swooping across the
Monday was band day, nnd
tho largest attendance of tho
week was reported. The band
was composed ot some thirty
artists and their entertainments
both in tho afternoon and evening
was ono of the most delightful of
tho wpok; They were repeatedly
coaxed on by deafening applause.
The grand opera singers In the
evening were grand, though many,
did not seem to appreciate tWs fea
ture ot the evening. so welT'as the
band. It .was.the. finest '"df the
iind ever, hoard. hwe, .
ThtVKetaerdlBfftr gave a must
cl program Tuesday attention
aM'evmtiaa: "TkV'ar vrv nlaka
iMTVtHMf iMkkttt h'txaMrd'tfc-.
dciress Tuondnv nltrht nv
- - a - j
E-OdV E. W. Hoch, on thj sub
Joct "A Message from Kansas,"
was, a "stem-winder " Mr. 'Hoch
talked ntralgh. ' ,-m tho shoulder
He Is good o. xmt and combined
.with th t"Aa hs gave mide hi'
talk alm. sensational Of course
many In the nudk 1-0 didn't agree
with all his vlows bj; ill admritcd
Ills talk out of tho or-i..iry
"fuosday was a day of spec'a!
pleasure for tho Barron
I. Barron says-they lived In Mar-I
lori Kansas, from 1885 to 183a nml
lU th03C VP.lrA nttonilml Un Ar..i.
ouistjunday School of which Gov.
Hoch wns suprolntendent. Of
couW thay give him tha irlnd
TJ10 ChnutaiHiua commlttoo nf
this clty-Dr. Ed Sharp, Charrman;
F. W. Miles, John W. Rose, L. F. L
Ley.ho, G. A., Radford and A L.
Preston wns re-electoJ bv n hitri
vote Sunday afternoon. A
thanks wns also tendered th-m Lv '
our peoplo for their faithful ef-,
A great deal of feellne was nviJ
dont Monday afternoon over the .
quesuon of license or no license,
tho sides bclns about evenly dlvid-'
cdnppnrcntly Tho Chnutnunau I
management was asked to nnv n
licence of $15 50. Dr. G. E. cA
Sharp referred to this matter in I
lils.r.pcoch sayinir that this U the
only city In Missouri which remitt
ed this of them. Mr. W. L.'Kvnns
representing the Chautauqua said
they would not complain ot this
even though they were classed
with cheap shows and street fa
riarvey Tucker, for the city, ex
Beiier every -svay
than "the ready
Apure,Cream of Tartar
Made frcm Grapes
II. Scandelnn, tho C. Si
agent at Norton fell from n freight
I l i.
lii 1 .1 ........ icar iasi ween nnu was seriously
plained that ho didn't know what it . t 1.-.
... ... I iiijui w't iiu art i.irvLrii iu u lives-
the other cities did. that hcLiLi t v nt...
111111 1 II WITH
hero to run our affairs as best they
knew how and if didn't suit our
people they could get some one
elso to do It Marshall Is nrathf
cr expensive show town but the
hearty support given public en
tertainments, ehows, etc, makeup
fo.sj this extra expense. Tho re
port that the Eagles had the free
use of our .streets Is not correct
Mr nnd Mrs. Keith Vnwter. of
Cellar Rapids ,Iown. were hero sev
eral days last week at our Chau
tauqua Mr. Vawter is at the head
of this great chautauqua system
Ho praised Marshall highly nnd
said he would very mush enjoy
living In our city Right he Is.
Marshall has its draw-backs but
as a whole Is ono of tho very best
cities of the state to reside In'
Wc regret, very much that we
must omit from this article nn ex
tended notice of tho morning lec
tures by Edwin Alonro Blake, of
Now York. Hc,i an able and pleas
ant, gentleman. Tho lectures were
a treat to those able to attend
Row W. F. Roberts, nistor of
tho First Baptist church in Sla
tcr, and Miss Clara Maud Wodet-
ky. of Lincoln, III., wero united In
raarriago nt the homo of tho bride
last Monday evening nt 8 o'clock
RoW H. J, Ballontlnc. a collcee
cnum of tho groom offlclatlnir.
ijio unuo nnd. bridegroom nr-
wveu hero Tuesday morning and
aro now at home to their friends
In tho Baptist parsonage, which
was recently repaired and fitted
upi.by tho J)nntlst concrccatlnn In
anticipation of this home-coming.
kcw Jtobcrts has only been
with us a short lime, but his
modesty coupled with an easy dlg-
ninea manner and ability in the
pulpit has won him many friends
and admirers who will extend to
him and his wife a hearty welcome
Vir.gflcld Armcr.trout left Fri
day for Ft. S:ott, A.., to teach
In the high school. Our boys are
making good all along the line.
Sterling Redman Is occupying tr
fhe position In Mncon City, fown,
ns rrinclp.il of tho hlgji school,.
whl;h Is ono of the best In tho
state. Mason City has a popula
tion of 20.0C0. He deserves credit
In coming to.
While Frank Campbell and Dc
wnn Jackson wero driving to Blue
Lick last .Thuridav mornlnc the
, IIUll Ut V,VbV. JIU
latter had twj fingers thrown out ifor j, cnfrnrlso
,.f tntnt .....1 1.1. I.. ..1..1 .,.. 1 .. . '
Wl jllllb UIIU IUB ilttllll Ul UlbWU Mill ()Q IfOnt
the horses gave a sudden lunge.
Dr. A. C. Putnam looked after the' Hew J. E. Abbott Is attending
Injuries. , Lafayette Presbytery mooting at
Frank Hodges, col., while baling elected
Dr. John mil was
delegate to rcprc
- - r - " . -- - - ...... n M v j it.'iit.
hay at Onle Deal's, near Mt. Loonl- sent the church and Prof. Lynch
aid Friday nivirnlnj Cell upon the the Sunday School, with Dr. Har-
slcklc bar of a mower and ciit" his ris and Mlsi Ne it!? N-vIlle n al
right arm badly. Mr. Deal took tcrnatcs.
him to Mt. Leonard In an nuto
at once whsro Dr. Tuttle dressed
Rev. C. P. Blnyney held servlceti
at Mt. Horeb Thursday and Fri
day night preparatory to commun
ion and Sunday morning conduct
ed communion service, nil of which
services wero good and well at
tended. Sunday evening he preach
ed at Norton.
Mrs. Mary Shoults and daug!-
Hurt in a Runaway
Mrs. Chas. Castle of near Shack
elford, while on her way to church
Sundny morning, August 57, with
her three children, met with a ter-
riblo oxnerlcnce. In nasslncr n herd t
U H (IMtMI'l 1 1 . i
of sheop being driven on the high- re-.ided hera several years, left
way, their horse shied nnd turned Friday to mike tholr homo with
sharply to one cldo and upsot the tho latter's daughter, Miss Grace
buggy. Two of the children were, Burns, In Argentine, Kansns.where
t . -.11.-1 I .1 1 !. I - . . ' .
uamy nruiseu.uuc uu muo boy .miss Uurns has purchased a nlvo
escaped. In trying to hold on to resldenco nnd Is doing well as n
Amonp; Our Friends.
The following renewed durlnir
the past' wcokf or nro now sub
scribers. New subscribers marked
D. D. Duggnls, Marshall.
A. M. Bader, Marshall.
Mlse Virginia nudson, Flat River
J. H. Noonon Excelsior Springs.
IMrs. Lucy Barker, Marshall.
Arthur Oaborno, Marshall.
J. 31. Stephens, Marshall.
l&Itaa. Mabel King, Pacific.
' 'Miss Lena Plourd, ChllUcotho
E. M. Turaior, Marshall
Louis- TJetterllosr lalta Bend
,Prpf, I. N. Evrard, Marshall
Ti W, Goddard, Marshall
ytrt Neweli, Marshall
? wir.-'Harlew, Mont.
W '7 T'" & H 1 t yrtf cs 1' ttfi 'Marshall
Bwiiillfll jlliihftlliiTllllflTi'ii'' 11" 1 l'llin '1 ' 1 Mm' 1 ' ' ... ..rti..v . , 1 " 4. 1. ',',. '-"' vV-
tho horse, which continued to
plunge, Mrs. Castlo was struck by
one ot tho wheels' on tho side of
lier head, causing n serious wound
and fracturing her skull.
A Bad Accident
Rosa, tho 4-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fore, of South
Lafayette, near tho greenhouse.
met with a serious accident Friday
evening, fahe pulled a safe over
on to herself and the ton struck
her in tho face, breaking tho bridge
of her nose, nor left arm was also
broken. Dr. A. C. Putnam was
called and reports her doing nice
ly. She may carry some marks!
through life though. .
stenographer. We recret to lni
these splendid ladles, but wish"
them well in their new home. They
have rented their resldenco on W.
Washington to Robt. Smith.
C. B. Kibler returned from Art
row Rock a week ago nnd ropoetii
good roads enthusiasm running
high there. Frank Brockwny and
Frank Morris of that place attendi
ed tho mooting- at Lamlno WcA
nesdny and said they raised $1000
to Improve the road between Ar
row Rock and Boonville
county court promised anothor
$1000, with a probable addition of
Sam Strother, col., Slater
Lucy VanOwen, col., Slater
Edward Lewis, col., Scdalla
Iola Colder ,col Marshall
L G. narrlson. Lcxlnorton
Carrie E. Wise, Lexington
Clinton L. Falvre, Napton
Sarah Wllkcrson, Nelson
Jas. G. Linotrar. tho nnnnlni- nnw
proprietor of the Ruff nnfi.
heralded by ono of our naners
whan he came as an elltrlhln
bachelor. It has recently hion dis
covered thr. Mr. Llnegar has been
uiameu over a year, although few
of hla fretnds knew it as he kept
his secret well. Mrs. Llnegar
though ia In evldenen nf tha hntol
The sad'part of this atorv u th-
t)MMyuurn.UdlM who, bv hn,n
You liave a right to think whf
I J"0" want to of tho editors or any
jono else, but don't think you are
I fooling; him when you tell him n
, He ho may bo better posted than
I you think on the miller t i,nn.i
Long experlonco enables him to
uj, u niiuaiion. ur late quite
a number of misleading statements
havo been made us with tho plain
purpose of misleading tho public.
Fortunately wo wero not caught,
but we're going to teach someone
a lesson, especially If he puts his
statements down In writing as was
tho case tho past week.
Marshall, .Sept. 6, 1911
Corrected weekly by the Marshall
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