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VOLUME XX. , . MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911. NUMBER49 NOTICE TOURING the month December my store wii remain open until 9 or 10 o'clock p. m. Call and. let us show you our fine line of Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass, Manicure Sets, Um brellas and various other things for Christmas. All foods engraved free. DWIGHT L. BROWN. JEWELER, East Sibe Square. HasBsoi DEATHS ..3 FRANCIS SIMPSON STIVERS Owing to nn unununl rush, and tho (act tho Republican was Issued day early lant week, wo ommlttcd tho ftfld nowa of .tho death o( one of Sallno'a old and prominent cltl- , zona, Franda S. Stivers, who pass d iaway at tho homo of his son, J. M. Stivers, proprietor of tho Merchants Delivery, Tuesday Nov. 28. 10 p. m. Mr. Stivers fell about three weeks ago and since had (been confined to his bed. IIo was 81 years, S months and 19 day old, so that ho had very little recuperating power. Ho U survived by lour children T. J. Stivers, south of Slater; J; H. Stivers, Los Animas, Colo.; J. M. nnd Miss Sarah Stivers of Mar shall. Mr. Stivers was born In Kentucky nnd came ihoro as a child with his parent's. Ills wlfo preceded him In death In 1888. IIo was a good man nnd n faithful momber of the Bap tist church. For many years nnd to tho tlmo of his doath ho be longed to tho Oroarvillo Baptist church. Ills life was along nnd useful one. Funeral services wore iheld at tho Oroarvillo church Thursday afternoon and burial In tho Orcar vill'o cemetery. MRS. LUSTER IRVIN-Frlonds nnd relatives of Mrs. Luster Irvln formerly Miss Cecil Huff, daughter of Mrs. J. M. Chilcott, wcro ahock- d to learn of her death .which oc-curred-at her homo in 'Emerson Iowa, Saturday night, . November 25) 1911, following an operation for nnnfrndlcltik lira.' Chilcott WM called to Smerftofi Tuesday weelH by (her daughter's mho as condi tion. , Tho regains were broughtt to the homo of hor parents ,a DeWitt Sunday and arrangements mado to have the funeral . at Harmony church Tuesday morning. On ac count of tho atorm Tuesday it was not posalblo, to bring tho remains across the rlvor and so tho sad rites wore postponed until Wcdnes day. Rev. W. P. Barrett of this placo conducted tho funeral. Mrs. Irvln loaves ahuBband and two amall ohlldron to mourn her loss. The sympathy of the people of thte community Is extended to the bereaved family. Miami News. TOOMAS J. COOK, an old resi dent of tho Bluo Lick vicinity but of latcf of near Qtonington, Colo., died tjifero on Tuesday morning, Nov. 28th, agod 62 years. Ula wife preceded iltlm In doath in 1892. Six children aurvivo Elmer, Ella, Vlr gle, Essie, Hallie, of Colorado nnd Nannie of near Ilcrndon. Mr. Cook was a good man, a splendid neighbor and kind father and. husband. Jle was a member of tho Christian' church and Elder B. T. Wharton his former pastor conducted thof funeral aervicea af ter,1 which tho remains wore laid to ret'?Cn Mt. 01ivo cemetery. piA&vi txuiuwjn ,iyvvio reltot jof the littf WijMavD.ayliif dla'd i (t &e; ho wa - nearHardeBsaii TJiu5r.dVr' N9 v j5 Mb, it tk$dva 1 odi WLSeOOI 87 YBBM. BMVVSI'OtUl .rr :c:. .: T i i '7. . i r .WflFioWH. .et' cltlaens,vQf She waa a faithful member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and lived a life of loyalty to her family and her church. She Lb survived by tho following chil drenMrs. M. J. Harvey, Mrs. W, E. Cook, Mrs. L. M. Gregory, Mrs, B. B. Wkklcy. The funeral occurcd nt the rest dence Saturday and burial at Ar row Rock. MRS. JOHN MOORE died at the home of her son, John E. Moore, near Hardeman Sunday night, Dec 3d at the ago of about soventy years. Her hiisband preceded her to tho better land about a year ago. Besides tho son mentioned ahc Is survived by another, Will Moore, and a daughter Mrs. Frank Nicely of Napton. Her funeral oc currcd at Shlloh Tuesday. Mrs Moore waa an excellent lady and her many friends will regret to lose her, but havo tho consolation of knowing that shewaa prepared to go, after a long and useful life. MISS MABEL THOMAS, the 19 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomas, died -nt their homo near Napton at S a. m. Thursday, Nov. 30th, after a long Illness of tuberculosis. Her funeral occurred at Shlloh Friday. Sho was an ex cellent young lady Just entering her prlmo of llfo making her death a sad ono to hor loving parents. Wo Join in extending sympathy to tho bereaved family. BRADFORD BAKER, of St Louis formerly of Saline, died at El Paso, Texas, Monday, Nov. 4th, after a short illness of tuberculosis, nis remains wcro laid to rest In St. Louis Tuesday with Masonic hon ors, nc was tho son of Jcsso fln kor. noout thirty years oiu ana a splendid young .man. FRANK A. JACKSON, col., who was sent to tho asylum from here, disci at Fulton Satu day of cpllcpiy ag;d is years, nu remains were brought to Marshall Sunday and laid to rest In Pennyvllto cemetery by the Juvenile Lodge, no was a rather difficult man to handle when taken to tho aasyium and our officers recall n rather exciting tlmo with him then. MOLLJE FARRIS, col., d!cd nt her home in East Marshall on Fri- Jny, Doc. lat., aged 31 years, ncr remains wero laid to rost In Fair- lew cemetery Saturday. One Dead, One Injured The remains of Cornelius Davis who died from tho effect of an ex plosion of gas nt his home in Kan sas City last Wednesday were-Bent to Arrow Rock Sunday and wero burled In tho Arrow Rock ceme tery. Tho remains of ,Mrs. Grif fith, a daughter of deceased who died about 12 years ago were also Interred there at tho aamo time. Funeral services were conducted at the gravo by Rev. nook. Deceas ed is survived by his wife. Mrs. Cornelius Davia who was very badly burned from tho same explosion, which, caused her- hus bands death, qame down from Kan saa- City Sunday: morning wlthi her sister Mrs. John Mc'Guffin 'and will be with hor ior a time. Arrow Roik Correspondent Card of Thanks Wo doslro through tho Marshall Republican to extend to our friend our deepest and most sincere thanks for tho kindness and sym pathy shown us during tho recent Illness- and death of Wellington Stewart Mrs. Stowart and fanilly. Bell Home Burned. About 6,30 last Wednesday night un alarm was sent In for a firo at tho C. L. Bell homo on South Odcll. By tho tlmo tho firo department arrived much of tho furniture had been set out by neighbors and peo ple attracted by tho alarm. Tho firo 'had star tod in tho up stairs southwest room whllo tho family was at supppjr and was dis covered by D. L. Cooper who pass od on his way homo. Tho upper story and. ropf were badly dam aged and the first story "also dam aged badly., hy 'water, o .that the loss la heavy.? The hbewa's a handsome, one and Insured1 f or $85W While peine raUt)the Belk), are at pmf lit5 ,J(";: HuaWa. '.lira. Hivston MttvdauiMMY .who -lived The McNamara Brothers Confess A Bitter Fight has Sudden Ending Los Angeles, Cal., December 1. Suddenly,, like the flicking out of a candle tho trial of James B. Mc Namara aamo to an end thla after noon In Judge Bordwell'a Court with the confession of tho prisoner at the bar and his brother, John J. McNarmara, secretary-treasurer of tho Structural Iron Workori nnd Jr'Jge. Builders' Union. So sudden was tho turn In tho trial that not oven the judge knew that tho pleas of guilty were to ibo entered to-day, and Malcolm Mac Larcn who has had charge of the case 'for tho Burns Detective Agcn cy ever nlnco tho explosion that wrecked the Times Building, was nfhnst nnd disconcerted. James B. McNamara pleaded tru'l ty to murder in tho first desrrec Ills brother, John J. McNamarn,scc rotary of tho International Asbo elation of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, entered a plea of guilty of having dynamited the Lacwcllyn Iron Works, in Los Angeles, on Christmas .Day, 1910. Both men's sentences wero set for December 6, when It Is expect ed District Attornoy John D. Fred cricks will ask for llfo Imprison mont for James B. McNamara, the confessed murderer, nnd probably fourteen years for hla brother. The men's Uvea arc considered saved. The great contention that the Los Angeles Times was not dynamited la dead boyond resurrection or ar gumcnt. Tonight as tho two brothers sat together In tho County Jail, re fusing to aoa any ono or maku any statement, nn Interest second only to the occuranco Itself, Interest hung about tho question with rcf oronco to James B. McNamara "Why did ho confess?" To una opposing counsel gave the eamo answer. "He confessed because ho was guilty and that's all thcro in to It," declared District Attorney Fredericks. "He was counseled to confess be cause that was tho best thing he could do, in tho opinion of coun sel," nnld Attornoy Clarcnco 8. Dar row, chief of counsel. "I will say now that thoro was no other reas on or motive in it I've studied this case for months. It presented stono wall" Wellington Stewart The death of Wellington Stewart of near Napton, a respected and wealthy colored citizen, will cause keen- regret to many oi pur Vcadora throughout the county. Mr. Stew art was an unusual man. Born In slavery, at liberty only nftor tho war and with neither education or money to atart with ho achieved wonderful success, leaving a farm of 230 acres unencumbered as well as several residences in Napton. Wellington Stowart was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, 78 years and three months ago. .no died Thurs day, No v.. 30th after an eight day Ulnesa of pneumonia. He c'amo to Missouri at tho axe of nlno years oa tho slave of Dr.'Montor and was lator sold to tho Marmadukes noar Arrow Rock, whom ho served till after tho war. no then wont to farming on a farm adjoining tho Marmaduke furmj nnd by hard work and careful management and with the assistance of tho surviving wld ow succeeded in a very gratifying manner. Ho la survived by six children- William, of Kanaaa City: Mrs.FAn- nlo Wolls, Napton; Mrs. Corn Car roll, Nelson ; Dr, T. J. Stowart,' St. Louis; Jesso Stowart, Napton; Mrs. Julia Gregory, Williamsburg, Mo. lie waa. lor about twenty y'oars a faithful member of tho colored Christian church at Napton and ho lived consistently, nis financial transactions wcro such that all had perfect, confldoijco la his promises, and ha had tho cpmmunlty'a res- poct. His llfo should bo '.an oxnmplo and inspiration to the rest of his race1 Funeral services wero held at the -residence Friday afternoon and the remain lald.tolfeat In ceme tery hear ,Arrow, Itbcki v 1 The Big' Sale-' V " ' TJie Botoj $tore' 'was; thronged wkh cutomra.aU, day' yMterdaA' and jMpet are'ihat tke'wJe will Criminal Court Completes Work Eight Prisoners Sent to State Penitentiary Judge Rich of the Criminal Court reduced the sentence o J W. Go fcro from twenty voan 4 1 ten yoara last Friday. He wm with .the other prisoncers taken to the penitentiary on Saturday. William Hall and Wm. Butts, both of Marshall, who were charged with a similar crime were sentenc ed to five years each. Letter Lcc, coL, who killed his brother at Slater, was sentenced to ten years In prison. Henry Jackson col , was' given two yenra on a charge of larceny. Geo. Meyer, charged with rape jvMl, Jbo tried at the next term of court. Frank Miller, who forged n check on the Nerw York Racket, was sen tenceJ to three years In the pen Itentiary. Levi Jackson col , who forged a chock on Ed West also received three years. Lafayette Scott was sentenced to two. years on a charge of assault with attempt to kl. City Council Met Monday night, Dec. 4th with all present I. N. Ruff granted license for .'our ool and ono billiard tables. Light ordered moved to corner Morgan nnd Ellsworth from be tween Ellsworth and English. Ordered to put 80 candle power light corner Washington and Lyon. On motion It Is ordered to In- rrcaso Wm. Fltrgcrald's salary to $C0 jcr month from Dec. 1st. Ordered to borrow $C00 from water fund for general fund. Marriage License Clyde Alfrcy, Nelson Mlnnlo Berlin, Nelson. R. V. Phelps, Marshall. Nolllo Smith, Marshall. , Jesse Wood, Sinter Edith Brummltt, Sinter Albert Jackson, col. Marshall. Mallnda Johnson, col , Marshall Matthew Rnndnll, col. Marshall Aberta Allen, col. Marshall Walter Stephenson, col., Miami Annie Davis, col., Miami -Thos G. Plttard, Lorlncr, Iowa. Clara M. Irwin, Marshall. Landmark Gone P. n. Rea recently bought the lot and buildings on the alley on the south aide of the square and had the,buiidinga torn down this week. They were two old frame buildings that, formerly utood on tho square. Ono waa part of the old Ming hotel. Mr. Ilea will havo the lot fenced and use it for storing machinery. More Home Bakinq, Better every way than the ready made foods Dr Prices CREAM Baking Powder Apure,Cream of Tartar 'owder Made frcm Grapes Church Notes The ladies of the First Presby terian church will hold their Christ mas Bazar in the Sunday school fcth commenc- The Big Game The big football gamo nt the fair grounds on Thanksgiving Day waa on cyent of unusual Interest to our sports and a big Crowd was in attendance. Tho Marshall team beat tho Slator boya 22 to 0. Both toama were colored. The darkeys behaved well but soVoral white mon got Into a scrap during tho game. Thinks He's Christ Believing that ho Is Jesus Christ and that ho has como to purify the worm and establish a paradise Is the form that John F. nartman's Insanity has taken. IIo was brought to Marshall Tuesday by hla broth er, Fred Hartman from their home nt Emma on advice of Dr. Jarvls of Sweet Springs and taken be fore tho county court The court doclared him Insano nnd ordered him sont to tho asylum nt Fulton, whoro he was taken yosterday by Deputy Sheriff Sterling Price. Hartman declares ho must es tablish paradise on the site of his brothor'a barn and to do eo says ho'j.must burn tho barn. He is not violent but.1 determined to carry out hla self-Imposed 'mission, t Ho is, mlddlc-agc. It ' Among the Sick Mra. Jos Chaftoo was on the alck llst.the ;paat week'. Mis G-race Dick Via quite sick at hffcomeon Sautn Jefferson. 'Tlllie Fink was on e the Bicfc room tomorrow, Do: tng 1 p. m. Evangelist Zwlngle opened the Cumberland Presbyterian rc Ival with a sermon Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian church. At both the morning and evening meet lngs tho church waa taxed to Its utmost capacity Indicating a live Interest In the meetings. Thcquar trttc of young men who assist in tho meeting are tine singers and are well worth a visit to hear. At one of our Sunday Schools COMING! TO Marshall, Missiouri. The eminent physician on chrocTe diseases will visit our city Saturday, December 16th. Ami will bo nt the Ruff Hotel until 5 p.m. ono day ONLY. Dr. Potterf, president of the staff of the Boston Electro Medical In stitute, is maklnj n toar of tho State. He will give consultation, exami nation, an! all the medicines neces sary to complete n cure FREE. Alt parties taking advantage of thl offor are requested to tnfi tn Sunday morning there were onlythclr trlcniU thc rcau,t Qf thp urn juuin un ii utini'i'ii in.- "KLOniont oi 'u nnu iv years, aunougn ine was good i Cures DEAFNESS by an entire- A 1 ... 1 I 1 V ."T . . A I y new Process. one of our schools has almost tho Trcat a b, same proportion. It Is needless to'thront nnd , d, rifNAf!lT I ' my mm w MIIM 1.1.1.. Rev. M. Denny, of Malta Bend.JtCravel, rheumatism, paralysis; was hero Tuesday nnd reports neuralgia, nervous nnd heart dls Uiclr rally collection Sunday $98 ea8e epilepsy, Brlght'a disease and and a fine meeting. The rally was'dl5?aBe8 ot tlio bladder, blood nnd supported by the different colored BkIn diseases, and big neck and' churches. j stammering cured. I'Uca ana rupture cured without Thc Ladles Aid of Salem Chris-1 tlan church will hold a pie supper and bazar at thc homo of Qeo. L. detention from business. Asthma cured In a ahort time. T . ii you are improving, under your Mason, six mile, east of Marshall famU'y phyatcIn do" "talce up, on tho evening of Dec 15th. Every our vaIuablo tbnfc Thc rIch nn. onc poor are treated aUke. Idlera an v , , , . n. . i '(curiosity seekers will pleaso stay Celebrated Their Birthday away. Our time is valuable. Thanksgiving day was of than usual Interest thia year the family of Mr. apd Mra. John Riddle of near Nelson, It 'being tho 82d anniversary of his birth and Monday tho 27th being tho 72d an niversary of her birth. Sev rnl of their children and grand' children met at tholr homo to wish this venerablo couple many happy re turns of the day, also to partako of tho elegant dinner that had been prepared for them. The guests were Mrs. G. T. Reld, and son, BUlle of Herndon; Mrs. Fred Schondelmaler nnd son Rny, of Houstonla; J. W. Rlddlo nnd Marshall; Elmer Reld, Sedatla; Annlo Andrew, Sweet Springs; N, more' Remember, NOT A PENNY wilt to. bo charged for the medicine re quired to make n cure of all those taking treatment this trip. Office hour is 9 oj m. Positively married ladies must bo accompanied by their husbands. Remember the date, Saturday De cember Id at tho Ruff Hotel, Mar shall, Mo. To State Penitentiary Sheriff Uaynlc, assisted by Juck Sydenstrlckcr, John Mitchell and Chas. Irvine took tho prisoners sentenced to terms In tho peniten tiary to Jefferson City Mondaj- p tl;;To who ami Tr'f - - and Robert and mother Mrs. Emmal ' ,NV' GJf": ,W,m' But ?,' Thornton of Nelson. V Guest ' iwin junti .niui-r, ' i white. Also nenry and Levi Juck- . , K, Bon, Lafo Scott and Lester Buttsr Special Notice ! colored. In Inaugurating our apodal qt- fcr we expected but comparative v little business from It so did not go into details. The Missouri Rurallst, who furnishes tho prem iums, Informs us that they can give- only one sot of premiums to any ono person, as their iuoa is to get a circulation for tho Rural 1st, besides it la presumed that those taking advantage of tho of fer would pay arrearages at the regular rate. So all Ave can do for thqao who ronowod more than ono year to get, two" sots of apoona etc la to return the other snoney over $1 Wi 'Anyone wishing their money ' - itWA aa Mfura sinAnar ltt.mjaiiuxi & twi an i tii-.t ii a viit. v a, vac a "'i " n rvF -j - 'lu"jn?lov ony ? tne most, suecfMsruUHftt avral daya, She denies hav- refunded, Will pleaso notify ua Births Mr. and Mrs. Roy neath, who are visiting the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wtso, north of town, are tho proud parenta of a daughter slneo Friday night, Dee. u Mr, and Mrs. John Jahn gava ft Thanksgiving dinner in honor ti Uaydon Colverta 69th birthday afa4 nlvorsary. A number o friends: voro, invltQd, including Mr. ad Mrs 'Cohort, and the honor guet was given a surprise when told oM ilxo affair being In hla honor, v .Ki K '.V, IKE .