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hursday, January 11, 1912.
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN uiDCuiii Drniiniiniii PuMlahei ef rr Tliurnly and entered In pot lllcc mi M.f hll. Mo., aecond-la mailer Terms: $1.00 per Year in Advance J. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor t onicc, Hen, 9; Telephones; ' Ollke, Ilerii.lon, 29 ( Residence, Hell, 496. Jl.iryUlle went wet Saturday by i majority of 55 In n total of 1097. Four yeirn ago the wets carrlcil 1he rli- 'tlon by 10P. The campaign Itaft lie -J vlgoroiifcly contested dur lug the list four weeks. Mnryvllle Ii.ir two of thr hlg?st licensed an loon In the l'nlt?d States, each juylng a yearly tax of fSIOO. Louisiana. Mo., reports the ex tremely low temperature of thirty lu'n ileirres below zero Monday morntntr. Jefferson f'lty claimed It was -26 there anil Hayward, Wis To;iort-vl b degrees- below Sunday Tin only consolation In these fig urcs was that at Sltkii, Alaska, I was 32 degrpcs above zero at th time. 160 Acres Fine Land For Sale I70R A LIMITED TIME ONLY I have for sale n fine farm consisting of 160 acres adjoining the li Q town of Mayview, Lafayette County. Mo., at a very p low price. It is a fine body of land, one of the best in v Lafayette County, and has on it seven thousand bear- ing apple trees. This is a splendid opportunity to sc- f cure a great bargain. Sec me for price and terms. ! 1 A. LEONARD, : Marshall, Mo. jj Soccajos -i-juoe OG 3QociJOfx ,-x)u,--.x)rn Some of our exchannes along the proposed electric lino between St J.ouls and Kansas City nro going tf inr tin. nromotcrs rather roughly They'ro too much excited who can liulld railways In zero weather with oceans of snow over the frozen ground? Keep your shirt, and over coat, on till spring and then get ti fan. Tills Is the ngo when people admit that they may bo mistaken and that tho other fellow may possibly bo right. Especially Is this so politically and therefore we find many making unprejudiced Investigations Instead of taking a partisan stand whether Tight or wrong. Tins changejn pub lic sentiment and the better method of quickly getting at facts will make tho 1912 campaign one of unusual In tcrcst. And theresult will not be cer tain till tliu returns arc practically in. As different localities seem to Tiuvo different ideas, the man who bets on tho next election is likely to sot fooled, At St. Louis, tho local papers say, as many us (Ivo hundred unfortunate peoplo crowded Into tho basement of tho Four Courts building In one night to escape tho cold. The samo condition prevailed In other cities and suggests that Marshall ought to pro vide a placo where our poor can go to spend the night in extremely bud weather when their resldenco will nf ford them no shelter or warmth. Tho basement of tho court houso would bo the best placo without any speci al outlay. An extra light or two and a few comfortable benches would suf fice. While tho Jail takes tbo placo of a shelter now, few caro to avail themselves of Its shelter and some would dlo before going there. Many spinsters nro rojolclng over the fact tliut this is leap year, It is perfoctly fair tlict tho ladles should havo the right to proposo for n change, but tho fact Is they do It in directly nnywuy and havo tho main say. One reason that there nro so muny single peoplo Is that they havo too high an opinion of themselves and want to mutch up with "their equal". Another is that our young ladles are "being trained with wrong ideas. They would not think of marrying n man earning (8 a week, no matter how umbitlous or promising u future, Ho is loft to plod along until ho becomes n crusty old bachelor or later marries a young girl and leaves tho old maid shift for herself. Many peoplo In this world got Just what's coming to them. A11 of tho Kansas Congressmen 'oto3 with tho Democrats for a Toiuctlon of tho Tariff on wool. Tho Marlon Record says that when tho sheep Industry is wiped out, (as It was under tho Clovclaml ad ministration, thoso same Kansas Congressmen will bo ashamod to look anhoop In the face. This roealls a story of a West ern shcop man whoso Industry was wroskod by tbo Wilson-dor man bill. Ho shipped a train load of sho-op to market. The commls alon firm to whom thoy were con signed sold them, at the regular market price. They didn't bring nough money to pay the freight and cost of marketing. Tho com mission firm wired to tho sheep man: "Shoop didn't bring enough to cover expenses of marketing, JPleoso send draft to cover balance. Tho sheep man replied "I ain't get no mony. Will send yon more sheep.n-Kansas City Journ al. if"'.. County News NEW FRANKFORT Intends.) for last week. O rand-ma llohlken had the mls oriune of falling down the cellar it her horn? Saturday morning. It was rather dark and she made a mlstop. Her head was slightly rulsel, but no bones were broken and she Is getting along nicely. Mrs. lloono Winston has return ed home from a weeks visit in Columbia and Centralla. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Suppo enter tained the young people last Fri day night. A good time was re ported. Attendance at Sunday School and .'hureh Sunday was small owing to the extreme change of the weather. Lest?r Suppn of Arrow Hock spent his vacation with his par ents. Mls! I'rsula Thlerfeldcr and brother are visiting In and near ater. Mrs. J. Crumhaugh is In Kansas "ty this we?k where she has un der gone an operation. dim Jones of Slater sncnt a few days here among friends and relatives. J. L. Jones made a business trip to the county scat Monday. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought GRAND PASS H. Ashurst, Taylor nnd Sons, al so W. Taylor shipped cattle to Kansas City Monday. Miss Pearl Hllcy Is spending the wo?k with her cousin Mrs. 0. Hum pliroys and her many friends in Malta Bond. The moving picture entertain ment and play given by home tal ent here in Odd Fellows hall Wed nesday night was well attended. Mrs. II. Smith also Mr. and Mrs. 11. Fales and children havo been sick this week . Mrs. K. O. Treadway entertained qulto a number of her young friends at her home last Thurs day evening. The- people here who have ice houses are busy filling them with tho Ice which Is so welcome during the warm weather. CRETCHER Arthur Hulso and wife of Mar shall spent last week with her parents Mrs. Ruby VanHusklrk. Ch.is, Walburn who has been qulto sick Is some better. Mtb. John Evans and daughter spent last week with Mrs. John Hall. L. A. Barger nnd family spent Thursday at Jeff Smith's. W. W. Hall was shopping in Sweet Springs Wednesday. Miss Doo Hall and Miss Lucy Kvans spont Wednesday at Laura Hall's. Boars tho Slgnatnro BROWNLEE Intended for last week. Helen Darby and Jtuth Dllliti rc- .urne:l to s:hool at Mnrshnll after spending a pleasant vacation with onio folks. C. W. Hente of near Windsor has been the guest of Misx Blanche Townscnd during the holidays re turned home last Saturday. Mr. Fletcher of Wavcrly was the guest of Harry Townsond during 'hriH'mas. On last Friday evening quite n mmbor of tho neighbors gathered it tho home of Tom Townsond nnd enjoyed a very plensant evening in dnnciug and gamos. Mrs. Will Joso returned from Marshall Friday morning after ling several dnys. Miss Annlo Andrews, our teach er spont the holidays with her homctolks, at Sweet Springs. I.t't'e Miss Zora Ilowell spent f'hrlstmas with her grandmother, Mrs. Vie Townsond returning to or bonis In Nelson Friday. She was accompanied by hor grand- i r who spent two dnys attend l'g tho Baptist conference and visiting hor daughter Mrs. Orace Higginbotham nnd family. John Howard roturned to his home at Dallas, Toxas after spend ing Christmas with his slater Mrs. Wen Townsond. Now Years day -Mrs. Ira Caton e;avo a turkey dinner. Thoso pros ont were John Darby and family Tom Townsond and family nnd walker Townsond and family. Miss Annlo Townsond of Black- wator was tho guest of her sister Mrs. Walkor Townsond Christmas. OREARVILLE Edgar Allon was n business call er in Slater Tuesday. Misses Zcta and Dcllorcsc Ncff returned to their home Mondavnf tor a few days visit with Jesso llcnslclc and family. Miss Ioe Lawless returned to her school Sunday nftor spending the holidays with homo folks In Ar row Rosk. lion Pago has been sick but Is much better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Wndo Ollmer of near Salem visited Robert Gilmer and family Inst wock. James Ncff nnd Allen Sopor nt tonded the singing school hero Friday night. WOODSON Irtonded for last week. Jamos I. Bcllwood entertained at his beautiful homo near Wnnna maker Tuesday ,tho following guests. His daughter, Mrs. Molllo Kzell and daughters, Misses Mnttle and Salllo, nnd sons Messrs. Jns, and John., Foroo Helwood nnd fa mily, Judgo Foroo and family, Mr. Martin Foroe nnd wife of Aulsville, Mr. and Mrs. Robort Finloy nnd son, Walkor, Mr. and Mrs. Clove land Clark, Mrs. Mattlo Witcher and Miss Oortrude Merry. After I an elegant dinner and a pleasant tlmo the guests dopartcd wishing tho old gentleman, who Is now up wards of olghty years, many hap py roturns. Mrs. J. C. Lacy roturned to her homo in Bates City nftor spending the holidays with homcfolks. A mulo belonging to C. W. Oor roll broke Its leg causing Its death. MIbs Elizabeth Tussey entertaln od a number of young peoplo at hor home Wednesday night. The guests departed at n lato hour wishing for another pleasant time Housework Drudgery Homework ii drudtfery for the weak womtn. She brush et, duiti and scrubs, or Is on her feet oil day attending to the many detail of the household, her back aohinf, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under tho stress of pain, possibly dizzy feelings. Sometimes rest in bed Is not refreshing, because the poor tired nerves do not per mit of refreshing sleep. The real need of weak, nervous women is satisfied by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.. It Makes Weak Women. Strong and Sick Women Well, TMm " Prtmcrlmtlmm" rmtmymmlm um matlom mud ulewmtlmm, mud mmrmrn tmmmm WMtMfs ma mtemlimr tm worn, ft trmmamlllKmm.thm. mtrvmm, aeeurmfm tim mmm MmmmCwm rlf (Mi 4UrJU Dr. Pierce It perfectly willing to let every one know what fall " Favorite Prescription' cob tains, a complete Hat of Ingredients oa the bottle-wrapper- Do net let aay wucrwo ttlotM druggist persuade you that his substitute oi unknown OMpeelUen Is "ttt o rW" in order that fc Mf sjake a bJggar proftt. Jutt smile aad shake your bead I Dr. Fieree'a Pleases Pellets eurea liver lib). with Miss Tussoy. Miss Mabel Scott resumed her school Monday after spending the holidays with homcfolks near Nel son. Wilbur Scott was very badly bumod on the foot Saturday. Dr, Hall was called on to dress tho burn. Miss Hlnlr Smith was tho guest of her sister Mrs. Lester Ilullnr; last week, Mrs. Dock SandlJgo Is visiting Mrs. Robert Finloy this week. Mrs. bam Brown is visiting hor brother George Witcher of nenr Nelson. Quite a number of youngsters en loyed n skating party nt the homo of John Ezoll's Tuesday night. Tho scries of prnyor meetings wore held nt R. W. Flnleys Wed nesday night. Mrs. James Scott, Sr., Is on the sick list this week. The severe weather keeps the farmers very busy getting In wood and taking caro of their stock In this vicinity. MALTA BEND Miss Anna Hell Coleman went to Marshall lust Tuosdny. Charlie Haggard and wife und Cro vcr Huggard returned to Kansas City last Monday nftor several days visit with their mother nnd other relatives Wesley Rohn of Grand Fuss was In town last Tuesday. Stovo Krazcoand Joo Dockurd und wife went to Kunsas City last Sunduy ovonlug for several dnys visit with relatives. Mrs. Frazco who has boon there for a week returncd.home with them Tuesday. Master Carlton rotter spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives at Stanhope. Mrs. Fred Anderson was shopping in Marshall last Monday. L. O. Nye was transacting business in Marshall last Sunday. Gerhard Adams was transacting business in Marshall Tuesday. Rudolph Levy of Kansas City was here last weok tho guest of his moth cr and family. Charllo Hume was transacting business In Marshall Tuesday. Charllo Ross was transacting bust ncss iu Marshall Wcdnosday. Mr. ami Mrs. Morris wuson wero shopping in .Marshall Wcdnosday. W. O. Bullow and wlfo aro entortaln Ing herbrotner, Mr. Mooroand wifo und sister Mrs. ProfTlt, Mr.'dnd Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Evor ett Fulton wero in Marshall Friday, Mrs. Monsees and baby returned to tholr homo at Fulton Tuesday. Misses Elslo Tobln and Ruth Slush- or roturned to tholr school dutlos at Fulton Tuesday. Lon Ronlck was transacting busi ness In Marshall Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ashton and daughter spont soveral days last week .with relatives. Payno Slushcr was In Marshall on Saturday. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S C A ST O R I A ARROW ROCK Wo aro certainly enjoying or rath er experiencing somo very cold weather at present, L. A. Wllmartu and wlfo of Cooper county wero trading In town Mon day. Miss Ada Houston tho primary teacher In tho school fell pn the ice Monday and bruised her head qulto badly. At present she is Improving nicely; Miss Ruth Wells of Defiant, Mo., was a guest of Claud Wells and fami ly during tho holidays, Rnssell Watts of Chicago visited his grand parents Mrvand Mrs. D. L. Watts last week. Prof. Collins and family returned Monday from n visit to relatives In Fayette. Will Houman and wlfo of near Little Rock wero town visitors Monday. Tho proceeds of the oyster suppor gtvon by tho ladies of tho cemetery association Monday night at the Ma sonic hall woro abont $54. On ac count of tho bad weather It was not very woll attended, Charlie Jannock and Will Kammey or two prosperous farmers of Houth of town wero on our streets Tuesday, Bascom Diggs Is roported as sick at thisiwritjnu. ' Hsry Nolmer and wifo of the country were shopping here Wednes day afternoon. Aba Lefflor, only brother of Mrs Tom'Dlckson of our town died at bis home Bear Nelson Wednesday Jan. 3, S. I, Fisher went to Kansas City, last wees wnere ne underwent an operation for appeadleltls on Friday. He was accompanied by his wjfe; Drs Connell and MeGulre. r wo; ALCOHOL .1 pbu nT auin UllISIWiDttU iinguisaiomaciist -'--H' ill ifaniM ncss am ResLConfatat. mm) Opium.Morpltiru! nrHnal u r a a c OTH7. 1 a eaa Jlt-trf oJdDcSVOUWmXi tllxJima I JbcMttUtt- (ASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of AiistStti IlirmSffd' CteriBriSUfir' 1 Apcriccl Remedy TotCmM I Ion , Sour StotaadtWirtafa WormsfomiilsisfjunMr ncss ond Loss oraui FacS'ui& SltMMteT NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Ise For Over Thirty Years CASTOBIA WOOD & HUSTON BANK MARSHALL, MISSOURI GEO. A.-MURRELL, President 3TU. S. LAMKIN, Assistant Cashier J. P. HUSTON, Cashier Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,000 !3OacCSrX0C3s3O0CAlZ300Cas Tooa ara i utBis3ooc DOOC 30i Saline County Farms at $50, $60 and $80 per AcreT miles 8 GOO acres, good, lovol land, dcop soil, woll Improvo:!, 1 from Ilvo town and shipping point nt $50.00 por acre. 120 acres, woll Improved, i mllos from town and shipping point at $60.00 por ncro. m iuu acres, won improved, iJi miles from ono or tuo best towns well Imurovcd. closo to two towns nnd snipping points at J123.00 per aero, exceptional valuo. uuy ioi8a pioniy. s, modorato nrlccxll of merchandise, till sizes, all prices. TERMS TO SUIT ON ANYTHING YOU HUY. FARMS AND RANCHES, Any slzo from 40 ncro truck farm to 25000 grazing proposition In Missouri, Toxas, Arkansas and Oklahoma at pneos irom jiu.uu up. South Sldo Square. Marshull, Missouri, In tho county and shipping points at 80.00 por acre. uuacros, nno iami, imall lots, laroo lots, ucro homos, modorato pricod homos, ologant homos, store FISHER & GAUNT, proporty, cheap bulldlngs.stocks , VANDYKE J. T. FISHER L. W. VANDYKE VANDYKEn& CO. Farm Loans Lowest Rates Easiest Terms Office: IBetween New York Racket andBank of Saline MARSHALL, MISSOURI o CXSISDOOC DOQOSS300CSEX5CaMOCSIHX3C)6XOCS2XOCSS30 REAL ESTATEa,BARGAINS t Wo havo tbo finest farms in Salino county listed. Also many flno investments in Southeastern Missouri and Eastern Arkansas, ranging in price from $35 to $75 an acre, which pay 10 por cent cash rent. Will grow the finest of corn, wheat, cotton, alfalfa, oats, clover, timothy. Special rates every 1st and 3rd Tuesday. Join us ou our next trip. ELSEA & HAINS,! 330.331 Formers Savings Dank Did. Phone 124. Marshull, Mo. 35c OSTEOPATHY U a aciinatific netkod nf trcatrag all classa of dio- ... ' i ii r . .i . tarn, my wmcwi aay m mm Mviauoaa in me WJy makeup, tliaMek aawl cvwy part el the koiy aaay io it wrk aad kaivt a awraaal kUod mmA umryt wpply. DRS. NUCKLES & NUGKLES Mtiflll'ByiM(V Nonl.Si4.Sv-r., Mu.U.Mak, i