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I a Trldsy, April 1, IsiS. MARSHALL RIEUHLICAH MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Publl.htd t.trr Thut.dt? and MfrH In pott ollltt t M..hll, Ma., .nand-fL.. mt Itr Tnns: -SI 00 per Year in Advance J.J. WITT. Editor and Proprietor ( onicu. Hell. 9: Telephones: Cflff. Hetnon 29 ( Kosltlenco. Hell Bfi, Our Platform Protrctloti tor all. Mifflclont to equalize the cot of production nt home and nbrond, Article In com roon use not produced In this eountry, free: hom government; regulation of trusts; etrlct on torccmant of all laws or their re peal; restricted Immigration. For President Theodore Nooscvelt. For Vice-President. Herbert S. Hartley The Roosivclt Nation il Commit tee sent out a statement last week that notwithstanding the reports and clalmi of the Taft bureau, Mr. Taft then had but 30 Instructed delegates as against 02 for Koosc velt. Cummin had LaFollotte 10 unlnstructcd fl, and contested 112. Tho annual meeting of the Wnr- ronaburg Missouri Central Tcach vrs AsiocJatlon will be held .it Wnrronsburg on April 10 and 20, Among the speakers on the excell ent program, will be Chancellor Houston, of Washington Unlver sity, and Hon. P. P.'Claxton. U.S. Commissioner of Education. It iar now understood that the Democratic loaders will not under take to Aubmlt senatorial nnd con gressional redlstrlctlng bills to .k vote of the people. They will let the Republicans do th.it while they attempt the election of three members of the Supreme Court to lenock out whatever th? people adopt under the initiative and re ferendum law. The Republican county conven tlon Monday as a very peaceable affair nnd tho Democratic visitors were very much disappointed in not seeing n free-for-all. There were only six delegates Instructed for Taft .is against about SO for Roosevelt, eo these latter natural ly controlled tho meeting. The Taft delegates were all from Mal ta llend. Dr. Wm. Harrison received a let ter from the Missouri Jlurcau for Decoding Army RemonutH, which was recently established In St. Louis, saying they would oon nend him ahorse. Most of the government .horses are purchas ed in Missouri now .am! tho idea la to encourage th. raiding of good horses hero to bo able to supply the market and also Increase the profit and qualities. Sooc- A Single-Tax lecturer at tho public library in Kansas City last week ald that tho .single-tax would crcato vi Ug boom for the cities and gave his reason, wldch were logical but not good. Tho greatest menaco to our na tion now, are, our big cities and U is high time, that ovory effort be made to induce people to go to tho country or May thero rath er than to tho cliy. This one ar gument alone should condemn the salnglc tax Idea. per cent would almost moan rent al or confiscation. A better way would be to reduce land taxes one lialf by cutting out all extrava gances and abuses that have crept into our county and state govern ment. That would bo a real sin gle-tax instead of our prcsont "double-tax." 1 While dozens of men were idly standing around telling hard luck stories wo noticed a young fellow "only about 'J. years old start out with a spado afternoon Monday. lie liad quit work at 6,30 und said Ito spaded three gardens that af ternoon for wldch ho received $2.75 Wo know lie was telling the truth for vt saw, the gardens nnd in quired about tho prices. Now If ome. of our hard-luck men would lo likewise they could sing nmoro cheerful song. Tho addition of two senators irom wow ilexico and two from Arizona, uworn in last week, In creases tho membership of tho United Statea Sonato to 00, of wnom 61 ore Republicans and 43 Democrats. It is .not likely tliat tho Sonato will be increased In membership again for many years aa tnenq aro no more territories to bo converted into states and Island possessions are not ant to be given representation in tho up per urancn. oi congress. Land paya about half the faxes now. If compelled to pay all, the change from present conditions Would "be doubly great aa it would be removed from money and im provementa Tlio present county tax is about 2 1-2 per cent. Five NewYorkRacket NOW that the roads arc getting good, everybody will come to Marshall good! Now to make it better, all of you must come to the Racket Store, for we have every department full of good things for you. All over our big store you will find bargains. Wc want to call special attention to our . . . MEAN'S CLOTHING, LADIES' RE AD Y-TO-W 13 Alt FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS AND MILLINEllY. Never before have wc shown as many good things in these departments. 'Mew department. And we want to call your "Extra Special" atten tion to our meat market. We are selling 'only the very best meat and have on hand at all times the choicest cuts of Beef, Pork, Mutton and everything usually kept in a first-class" meat market. GROCERIES. We are proud of the way we have fixed up our Grocery Department and we want everybody to "Come in and be shown." For this week we have new ca'bbage, new tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, pine apples, grape-fruit, celery, oranges, bananas, lemons and all kinds of evaporated fruit. Wc are headquar ters for all kind of canned goods. POULTRY SUPPLIES. Come to us for "Crysco" Grit, Oyster Shells, Poultry Food, Lice Killer, and all kinds of Poultry Supplies. SEED POTATOES and SEEDS. Wc have the finest Red River Ohio seed potatoes ever brought to Marshall. Also handle the celebrated Burpee's bulk garden seed. Also Onion sets, in fact we keep "Everything for Everybody." Come to us. Yours for business, NEW YORK RACKET P. S. Just received a car of salt. 3C DOCXSTSXJC storo here and more of them. Wo will not venturo to say whether It Is caused by careful advertising or a fine Mock but rather think It Is a happy combination of stock service, advertising, etc. Our ladles have discovered too, that thoy can do better hero than in Kansas City, especially on prices. Such a business Is the pride of a Many people in Sallno who heard Senator Bob Taylor tho 1010 Chautauqua will be sorry to hoair of his death. Robort Love Taylor, senior sena tor from Tennosseo, "Fiddling Bob' to all the 8outh, tiled at Washing ton, D. C, March 31, unable to withstand tho shock of an opera tion for gall Btones performed laBt Thursday. "Fiddling Bob" Taylor, so known because he played his way Into tho hearts of his audiences, carrying his violin wherever ho campaigned was 01 years old. Ho was born nt Happy Valley, in Eastern Tonnes see, but spent most of Ids lite at Nashville practicing law. On Good Roads Editor Marshall Republican: I read the article written in your paper by Mr. Carl Cox, of Nelson in regards! to our public officials and our public roads, and I (think what Iiq says is about right, as what I understand him to mean Is to say there isn't very much In the name of any particular kind or brand of political faith unless It in backed up by good and faithful service after election, and I too think one should be very cartful In his choice of canldates and try and find out the fitness, qualifica tion nnd Integrity of his choice nnd then abide by his Judgement, Just the r.amo as nny good archi tect would do in Ids selection of material to build tho state capitol, or any other construction work of largo demenslons as to that matter and you know ho would cull out all material that had not been test ed for its purity and strength nnd its ability to stand the strain, nnd wc as voters ara our own archi tects, and we will have to bo care ful In our selection of material as there are many kinds on tho mar ket today and our requirements ought to be tho kind that has been tested out and not found wanting regardless of any particular name they may bo parading under. Ono wouldn't have to travel very far on our public high wnyantpro onL or any other tlmj for that matter la ooo lack of enforcing tho road laws an. our law-makers intended t'hey should be. Wo all well know that wo hav en't revenue enough to build good hard roads, but it docacn't take ono whit more money to improve tho road laws than it docs: to let them Ko in the Imp hazard way they aro today. Idont tldnk anybody over saw in any other county except Saline formers tlio, their farms nnd bring Ijtho main lead tlio out to tho main public road nnd jun,t deliber ately dump tho wholo flow of tho drain right into tho road, and leave it there, year after year nnd not ono word from tho proper offical. Wo nil know that (the fnrmoia must drain their wotl and, nnd wo know another thing too, It the road law was enforced they would come to tho center of tho road with the tile, now the center mind you, not tho aide, nnd they would go down tho center until they came to ncul vert if tho culvert was close or far away and wo know nnothcr thing or two it tho road offlcala at tended ta their business there wouldn't be any more good grad ing In winter time, neither would there be any moro money spent on tho famous King road drag until the wile uitcncs were opened up and tho nosos of somo of the hills cut off and dumpod in tiho flat places and tho road properly grad ed up and holes tiled out down tho center of the road to a culvert nnd not Just out to tho odgo of tho road and turned looso for every wagon to cut a furrow nnd bring the water right back in tho road Now, dragging a road that Is In tho conditions that our roads nro in Is good hard labor wasted as it seems ta me, anyone outside of tho asylum walls ought to know that you couldn't drag tho water Ktvsdi&uin'bkrthes. town. Wo have other stores and county enterprises here lust as worthy of accps and tlio water soaked roads ai favorable mixtion, hut uv imvn it is a common pracuco lor some also stores in the town and county which almply occupy space and grab for What they can get bring no peoplo lo town (on merit or ad vertising, and gradually compel the best trado to go to mall or der or city stores, We .need tho "live wires'' hero as elsewhere. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND of what wo call our representative citizens to haul all manner of old plunder which they think thoy cant U9C anu don't want and Just dump it out Im tho road. Now '. saw a president of n bank In Mar shall who lives In the county have his lawn mowed and tho grass and wee'da carried out right In front of Ids resldonco to tho mid dlo of the, road and it laid there until It decomposed and washed away, when- ho could Just as well have hauled It on and lot It de compose upon Ids own farm which would have beon a benefit no Tho Miami Nowa last week men tioned what a fine thing a ladles' furnishing store would bo for tlio town, and we agree with tho edi tor, Ono of Marshall's biggest drawing cards Is White's ladles fur nlshing nnd roady-to-wcar store. The store draws customers from a larger radlua than any ootlier I.ADIK3 OND tneti Si &V"tt'V ln' Bof th0 road cWa lary Is , doubt to his land. Now all of these conditions cannot bo laid to tho fti .?".,?" Jot CnKIlKS-TBR'S A oolSmTaY no-funda plea as my .understand IJKANU HILI.M, for twentj-ave III hv 4!ho il.iv. month or vn.ir nnil not SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS , W EVERYWHERE figK& I F. W. York Wm. O.Tompson and O.L.Van Buskirk were hero from Crotcher Monday. gpec CKXSISXJasr30CC2ISCKar5300C 30OL-fft--)f)0r-tT)O MONEY TO LOAN 8 I have money to loanjat five and one-half per cent annual interest, withSthe privilege to the borrower of j paying any, part of the principal at any time, and re J bate the interest fromdate of payment- 1 hese 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 me know about it. ABIEL LEONARD, Marshall, Mo. Republican Township Mee ' ing. Tho Republicans of Marshall township mot at tho court house iSaiturdiy at 2 p. m. and elected . L. D. Murrcll chairman and J. J. Witt secretary. A vote was taken ' 1 ! .1 . A .1 ainu cameu unanimously iu ounu a solid delegation to tho county convention for tho candidate hnv ing tho most votes. When the test was made thero were 29 votes favoring Rooa9Velt and 7 for Taft. Tha following la a list of tho .dele gates appolntod: John Bishop, J. T. McAlister, T. J. Claycomb, A. O. Jones, W, S. Newell, Jas. Bll llncaley E. 'E. Barnum, Jas. M. Denny, Hiram Ordway,, W. E. Hoy' log, L. D, Murrell. Carl SteinheLmer cajae, in Thurs day might from Bakera University for a few, days visit, to nomeioiKs This is the store where you can get the genuine A. B, Kirschbaum elf Co, Cherry Tree Brand Clothes. Clothes that are in this store because of the reputation that they have made in the big fashion cen ters of America. And because they afford our patrons not only the finest expression of style, but a dollar-for-dollar value in mate rial and workman ship that pays big interest on the money a man in vests in them. Kirschbaum clothes are guaranteed ALL WOOL. There's never any question about the fabric. They are refin ished by the special Kirschbaum process. They are hand-tailor ed. The shape is built c.rt)twiw a.. kuicmbauuco. in, with needle and Th. KirchbHH Wall strt V $ L A thread, to stay. These garments follow natural form lines. And being correctly proportioned, and permanently shaped, they show up your fig ure to the very best ad vantage. Yet we are selling these unsurpassable suits at popular prices no more than you'd be asked to pay for ordinary clothes anywhere : $15, $18, $20 and'$25. Fully guaranteed, too your money back, if any fault shows in fabric or tailoring. That's the meaning of the Kirschbaum label. Let us show you the greatest serge value in clothesdom the Kirschbaum "True Blue" $18 Special Leyhe-Downinjj Clothing (o. A 12 Mile a Minute Machine Hundreds of pedestrians and motorists stopped on LIndcll Iloulo vard, between Do Dalivlcro Aven- uo and Skinkor .Road, SL Louis, to watch tho operation of n de vico known aa tlio aero-unlcycle. Four man wero manning the mya rterloua stranger. Tho machine wtia krlvan Its first outdoor test on tho level stretch on LIndcll, be tween Skinkor and Do Ballvlore. Owing to tho crowd of spectators tho lnventora woreafra Id to speed it up. I I Tho machine la tho Joint Inven tion of Clinton Coatea and William McDonald, and its rated speed capacity la twelve miles a minute. Tho laero-ainlcyclo conslsu or one big aluminum wheoJ alx feet high. The wheel la banded with a solid rubber tire, A framework similar to that of a motor cycle la built within tho wheel, and a 7-horsopower gasoline englno (af fords tho motive power for tho 36-lnch propeller. Tho aero-unlcycle, with a rider, welgha about 100 pounds. Tho wheel will cover sl mllo In 250 rovo lutlona, and au tho engine is ca able of driving tho .wheel 3,000 re volutions a minute, tlio inventors havo flgurod that tho machine haa a speed capacity of twolve miles a mlnuto, or 720 mllea an hour. At that speed, on a specially constructed track, tho operator could, go from 'New York to San Francisco in four hours and ten minutes or from 8t Louis to New York in one hour and twenty three minutes. ( Tho unlcycle will be built for racing purposes for the present, and will be. entorod In several races throughout tho United States and Austria this summer, Engineer from Washington University .and several railroads havo inspected the unlcycle and declared that It was a thoroughly practical vehicle -NT., V. World. I Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S : i Q A 8 T Q R I A' Disciples of Christ Congress The thirteenth nntlonal congress of tlio Disciples of Christ will con vano at Llnwood Boulevard Chris tian church, Kansas City, April 10, 17. 18. It la oin annual affair, the last prior congress having been held at IMoomlngton, Ind. Dele gates will roprcsont ministerial, educational and editorial, depart ment of tho work of tho Christian church in all parts of tho United States. Kansas City is headquart ers Xor two national boards of this denomination, tho board of church extension, with offlco in tho New England building, and the. Broth erhood of tho Disciples of Christ, located in tho It. A. Long build ing, and plana aro now under way for building hero tho largest Chris ' tian church hospital. Kansas City has more Christian churches than any other .Araerlcan city .And the stato of Missouri has moro churches of this denomina tion than any other state togeth er with a larger membership. This denomination, according to its carefully gathered statistics haa enjoyed a larger growth in tho United States during tho past year than any other protestaht church. Tho Disciples of Christ, or membership of tho Christian church haa .now 10,200 churches with a combined mcmbcrsldp of 1,250,000 communicants. Of this number 1,100 churches and 185,000 communicants aro in Missouri. The otronlgth of the Christian church is greatest in tho central statea. t I I f ' P I II' F. J. DUNLEAVY. PUMPS, PIPES, VALVE FITTINGS, BATHTUBS, CLOSETS, SINKS, Compressed Air System HEATING PLANTS. KutlwatcN Ghcerfttlly I'ttralaked. 3 Doors South of Southwest Cow .4: ' ner of Square. K ' r Ar." :1.