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Friday, A-pftt 19, 1912.
MAJUMALL REPUBLIC AH , ' j: MIKHAIL REPUBLICAN PutllthtJ every rUi and t itttrtrfWi fwit Office l Mrht44. Ms., Mcon4-Utr al Itr Terms: $1.00 iicr Year in Advlnca J J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor ( Office. Bell. 9; 'till) In i is ' ' II (i't Ilernon 2 ( Residence. Hell 486. Our Platform I'rotfftloti for nil, sufficient lo Hiiiitic the Mist of production t b'imc mid nbrond. Artlclt!.k In com mnn imc not produced In this intry, free; honest government; regulation of trusts; strict on (nrcememt of all laws or their re peal; restricted immigration. For President Theodore Roosevelt. For kfPrcsldottt. Herlmrt S. llncllcy Ma). Clwii. Fred Orjnt, son of cx l.cs! IimU, U. H. (Irani, died in New York !ast Friday. Hoss tallies work EonWimeh, but when the peop s?e natlon-wld" vfforr hy office-holder and poll ti In.ii to run thlnir their way roRnrdless of tlif r.ink and file, you may expect to see romethlnK lnppen. MONEY TO LOAN" ' ;. h j, I Ktivc money to loan t five andone-half per cent annual interest, witkjtke privilege to the borrower of paying any part of the principal at any time, and re bate, the interest f romldate 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 me know about it. 8 AB1EL LEONARD, - - Marshall, Mo. not resort to sham. Gome ol the t nobbisldy Inclined would be "jolly good fellow" If they could lay aside their conceit and they would then be nurpriscd what apleasnnt world they lived in. A Question to Fathers and Mothers The local option petition circu late 1 n the county was with drawn at the meeting of the coun ty court a week ago. Ve under ataiT.Ithls was because o,' an r ror'nnd that the Apccial election l-ill yet be held. Sallnv 'county will ?nd a solid Roosevelt 'Delegation to thl State Convention in St. Louis, onn cxt Convention In St. Louis on next Thursday vnjMt looks "as if they will l)c wltii'the winning crowd by K big margin. In the states wh?r' a was held Taft has been primary so over whelmingly defeated ,t.hat it iH very strange his friends, can't ssc the "handwriting oh'( the.' wall." Nearly every Taft delegate Is from the cities or secured be cause of lack of intercut on the part of tho voters. The farmers who represent tho backbone of the Republican party don't want Mr. Taft again and will not vote for him if nominated. , What i your son or daughter go 1..2 to do when sihoal closes? You will ndmll they have no lime to los?, no time to spend In l:l'ens. Had you thought o what a great advantage it would be to them to plase thsm In a s.hool where, they could receive a practical training to be us?d In every day life, and where they could be surrounded by bright, en ergetic, grown young men and womenvyouw: men and women who nrc working earnestly and faithfully, In order that they may qualify thcmnclvea In tho shortest possible "time to go out ana suc ceed In the business world? We have new r.tulrnta enrolling dally; others arc graduating and going out into rcood positions secured" thru our Employment Department A thorough course of Bookkccp-ing-Uuslncsfl Training, Shorthand and Typewriting in our Institution is one of the best estates you can give your child; it Is, a practical knowledge for which the busi ness world lays cash. If you haven't cash to pay for course In full, write for our credit iiton, which enable, you to pay out of salary earned after .course Is finished. Write for our. large illustrated .catalog, contnlnlng In dorsements from former students and their employers. Addr'ss Mo j berly Commercial Coliega, Moberly Missouri. Press Clippings Judge; "Dora, you arc 10 and can't apcll your name correctly I "Oh, that's all rlzht, mother. I ex pect to change It In a year or bo.1 Answers: "It Is a duty every on. '.o make at lcnft.oneptr sua happy during the week," said a Sunday school teacher. "Now, have you dons so Johnny?" "Yes" tall Johnny, promptly. ' That a" rlsht. What did you do?" "I went to ?e my aunt, and she's always happy when I go home!" . A woman In pratt, the Union says ! served cherries at dinner one day I last week and her first Jnr opened was fruit with tlis seed in. She retired," .returned the doctor. "Cn IleatrSUkdV her, aah?" MCertala sld the doctor. He took the bund'.e. from which flowers and Jjttds were protruding, and after filddln? the man good night carf- M fully carried it to the Kitcnen, Wher he UepOSUCUU, paper nil, In a pan of water. The doctor thought nothing more of th? affair u-Mll h heard Matilda' angry "Voice ralfed In conversation wim the m-iH "f I had th? pusson hcah'' cri2d th? cook, "datputniah r.ew B-.rln? hit In dis yer dlshpm I'd -nll 'em fo' sho'f Senator "Bob" Taylor, who died v.ihtnc?tnn last week, was op t of telling of an Incident that In' pored while he was govonerof Tc-'nesse3. Gov. Taylor was Hilte Irregular in coming to his meals. At times h forgot to come o 'urrheon. That annoyed Mrs. Tiylor very muck One day the goovcrn'ir (atnotohls mldd'ymra' on the dot. Scarcely had he got In to the housi whn his negro body Z i servant came to tho door with the InLormitlom tint there were three mar at the capltol who wished to see him. "Toll them, Sam," Oov-cr.-er Taylor sitd, "that I shall be down immediately." "You wilt tell them, Sam," sild Mrs. Taylor, 'that the ffovernor will In there In half nn hour.'" "Inform the gentWmen" .... M lll.t.1. i sil l uovernor rayior, pmimviji "that I'll be there right away. "Sam. the governor will be there hiW an hour." remarked Mrs. Taylor, Just as postlvely and flrm- Iv. "Sam," IstiU the govcrnei, trict, remonstrance. fllf4.ai)atciue. set for Kearifl 'April Mj-iM. , tal 6ptlon election, petition filed a.1.1 presented and wlthclrawa" by. the petitioncra. The court a-ppropriatea tho. Boad and Bridge Fund for "the, current ysar as follows: The sura of $12 0)0 for ilho construction of new bridges; the sum of ,$11,040 for the repair of bridges and the sum o. 011,000 for tho construction of concreU culverts. Paces T, C.Owen, of llcnton county announces himself a candidate for Congrcsi in this district on the Itcpublicnn ticket. IIo has the endorsement of Ids homo county and point out that His Denton county'a "turn," but fulls to give ids qualifications or platform, which Interests the voters moHt nowadays. Holmes Ilnll having withdrawn, Mr. Owen is the only one running now. J. Nick Sparltng of East St. Louis will attempt a flight from East St Louis to Kansas City in a biplane. He -announced he would start in the next fow days, us the weather permitted, and he would follow tho Missouri River. Sparling gave up ballooning when ho foil in Kentucky and narrowly escaped deitlu Hu has been fly ing his biplane in several trial triph He cays he will make only 2 htops on the trip. Our Republican friends who, fav or Tnft's nomination sometimes remark that all the unfairness Is not likely to bo on onu side, und they are right Tho situation is best explained by the atory of the dog and rabbit On being chilled for not catcldng Mr. Rabbit the dog said, "Well, ho was running for Ids life while I only ran for my dinner." Many of Taft'a friends are running for their din ner, while tha average Roosoveitcr la Just favoring him because of tlielr faith La tho nun Wo hoard a remark recently that we are le coming fashion-mad nnd handicapped by fashion as a peo ple today. There is considerable truth la tho statement when one realkea what desperate efforts are made by some of our people to keep in or a little ahead of fash ion. Bod as ibis may be, It seems to be a human weakneat to have a tad at any price. Whether Its clotfca, travel, expensive foods or drink, It seems simply a case of trying to get ahead of thj other follow, In this regard our city ladle are Che greatest offenders. Very few of our "aocfcty" ladies even apeak to each, other because they might bo claused In that oth er ?t which is beneath theirs. iThe BubslHiitlal, well educated ladies are mostly above this aatbeyoced Tit Hits: "professor," said Miss Skylight, "I want yoi lb suggest a courso in Hie Tor me. i nave thought of Journalism" "What are your own inclinations?" "on, my soul yearns and throbs and pulsates with ambition to give the world a life-work that shall be mnrvcloua in It's scope, and weird ly entrancing in tho vnBtncss of it's structural beauty I" Womun, you'ro born to bo a milliner." .Ittnttnrr tn nnd the nrcument."you vnnw who the governor of Tonnes M Is. don't you?" "Yes, sch; ve. eh," answered Sam. "I sut da. I'll tell the gommen youni be tlierj In half an hour." County Court had enoitsjh to go 'round for all except one woman, ko opened an other Jar which had been seeded be fore canning. The woman who ate the dish of s?;ded cherries was chatting merrily when she happen ed to notice a lot of cherry seeds at tenly each of the other places. She decid ed at once that hr hnd swallowed all those seeds in her dish, and clap- 1) nft her aide, she enme nrailvhnv. Ins an acute coaeof appendicitis. ! February Adjourned term April The hostess, seeing tho dangerous I C. 1912. Court convened pursuant predicament quickly explained the to adjourned with all momoeraprc matter off cn? dish belntr without I ..nt seeds, and thus another life was' Job II."Auer, collector, files state saved. mi.nt of collection for March.whlch National Magazine: Among the 'Scott. circuit clerk pre collection or notes rom parents to t f d Jlirv March .IT ..: . . """ tnPm. ini The same is orucrcu uearaus: please excus mary ' , ... . . flintl. oeeA iatesne as necn out on a her- AmJck fflnd Rancs llcll npplica Hntf Mnn nnd bond for Ferry License "Dear Madam ; Jane has had to at Glasgow. The nnmc is np'prov stop home as I have hnd twlas. It ,vi nnd license ordered Issued. shan't occur again." . ..? overseers of road districts No "Dere Sir: Picas nxmn n.irrv. Ho ia. ib. file their official bonds. haddent no trousers and his father Tho same are examined and np- woulddent let him come without proved. any." i Jo'senhir.o Durrett, c lerk, pre "Dear Miss Smith: please extuic i er.t and files abstracts of Hack Rachel Abraham. She had to fetch (Tax Hook, which is examined and er mother's llvnr." annroved "Sir! Tmnat .uiMi.. .-i.t.i W. It. Scott, circuit clerit, lues - v w utiiwilj u J I JUUI " f( abstract of lees lor quarter chuiuk Liner to Cost 10 Million New York, April 12. After the Hamburg-American line hnd an nounced tho building of the Impcrator, of greater dimensions han tho giant 15,000-ton Olympic o the White Star fleet, tho Cun- arJ Company began planning a illll bigger storm-dcflcr. the, quttanla. The Impcrator 'Is de signed to bo nine hundred feet long and to measure, fifty thou sand tons gross, and the Anultn- nla, while "no longer will be of greater tonnage. Shipping men have been walt- l.-g to hear what tha North Ger man Lloyd, wldch owns the big gest German built steamshliv on the seas, the Osorgc Waaslngton was going to do. They heard yesterday, when a cable enme to Oclrlohs & CO., general airents for tho lino lu thin country, say- new ea giani nnu uccn or dered from tho Schlechau ShltH buildlng Company of Danzig, and that it will be finished not later than August Mil. its tonnage will no practically double thnt nf tftn George Washington, or about fifty-four thousand, nnd It will be "sufficient speed" lo make thotrln oeiwcen new York and Plymouth and between Cherbourg and Now ork with the scheduled certainty of an oxprcss train. It is planned to make It the opcedlcstof thenew type of ocean steamships. The George Washington ono of punishing Thos. ngain for anything he does, as we never do so oursel ves except in self defense. Yours truly." March 31, 1912 which Is approved Same J. H., Jester recorder. Same Ed H. Ilaynte, sheriff. Dnmo .Tnanhln-s Durrot. county Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph ? j icrk The servants were abod and the. In ti10 matter of petition for doctor answered the bell himself. u.idn..-dnir Malta Hend and Grand 4 I 1 I 1 . 1 i I . " a tuiureu mun niuou on mo sieji8pisg r0,d. holding a large package. "Is Miss Matilda, tho cook, at home, sah?" asked tho man. "Yes but bIio lias i kklf ill 'S the 5 cent sack of jflKP I Country jT 1 Gentleiiiait K Look at, die size of the sack. It rB holds 2 full ouncco of choice W V tobacvo tkc bitfest package ol V gco4 moiring you can buy any ' tH wkcre for 5 cents. It's a big (S bavgaM for snokers this pack- r'Bw ' m age of more ppef uls. 2 (JUllCtS M Risgttladayget one of these 5o"" B MiAmFL iK ' sacks of Country Gentleman and V 'WF M tMt kotk its' saving and its satis- .jjiL XL sm lactiocu iJ;B-5?lsBm '.I f UiAvtw SmJt TsW V", 'AV -' CltwHs5sHlflsWa Xfuij jB f wfrts Cause continued to Miy , 101 In tho matter of appointment of commissioners, for' Hlackburn Elmwood, Special Road District The Court Jointly with tho mayor and council of the Town of Black burn appoint IL C. Farrll for i term of 3 years. Louis Horlrigfor a term of 2 years and Amy Lopcr for a term of 1 year. Requisition ordsrjd rawn on State Auditor In tho e.'im of $100, County Supcr'r.tedont echool aalary. Miscellaneous accounts allowed and warrants drawn in payment of same, Court proceeds to select petit ury tor May term Circuit Court n follows, C. C. Gibson, Lon Odoll, Arrow Rock township. Wheeler Rltchoy, J. J. Scott Jr Blackwater township. Adam nam, Geo. Cheatham, It L. Cameron, Cambridge township, S. A. Iman, John Fizer, Clay township. M..F. Carmoan. Lowia Noal Elmwood township. s. O. Allen. Harry Farner, Grand Pass townsldp. ir . n.ll K m ffl Pllva romb. Liberty townahlp. Lewia Chrlsman, George parks run. GilDln. Marshall township, Herman. Stxaacb,; Walker HaynVer AlUml township. ;6. P, Land, j;ohi Schkzer, Halt Fork townahlp. J. H. McOuire, B. F. Huston! Salt Pond township, w. N. Wllsd'n. aupt. Co. Farm, Is ap tile, monthly report which Is ' Clera directed to publish reppr bt Board of Equalization In th 81rer Rustler. T Clerk. d4rected lev .pabllah da- taiied financial aUtemeat In ,, the Saline uitizen. i Js, the matter petHlojft ot.J.,H. day wHsi'oasialy urn mad the hclo. of a tenfle tonic, wf- a bundtng action on ma wominly system. If you art waak you need Cardul, i the woman's toaic, because Cardal will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardul has a "record of mors than 50 years of success. It must be good. B60 Take CARDUI Tho Woman' Tonic Mrs. Efiie Ofaham. of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. 1 only weighed 99 pounds. Not lone after. I welched 115. Now, I do all mv work, and dm in good health." Begin' I taking Cardui, today. the most elaborately decorated of German ships, cost 0 million dol lars. ' The new ship will coBt 10 million dollars. Ono of its feat ure will bet tho substitution of bedsteads for berths in all rooms. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR. osteopathy! I owitniicic M ETHOD OF TR E ATI N O IBB I ALL OLASSCB OP OIRCAREfi nv nno. litl S A 8 C I C r j T I F I C MPTMnnncrDiTATisjn ---- - .www l ll ALL. CLASSES OF DISEASES DY COR RECTINO ANY AND ALL DEVIATION'S IN THE BODY MAKE-UP, THAT EACH AND EVERY PART OF THE BODY MAY DO ITS WOR KAN D HAVE A NORMALlBLOOD AND NERVE SUPPLY. NUCKLES&NUCKLESi MARSHALL OLDO. NORTH 8IOC SQUARE MARSHALL cpnccsGiccsasqcKxsro REAL ESTATE BARGAINS 1 We have tho finest rarms in Saline county listed. Also many lino investments in Southeastern Missouri and Eastern Arkansas, ranging in price from $35 to S75 an. acre, which pay 10 per cent pash rent. Will grow tho finest of corn, wheat, cotton, airaira, oats, c over, timothy. Special rates .every 1st and 3rd Tuesday. Join us ou our next trip. i ELSEA & HAINS, 330.331 Farmer. Saving. Bank Bid. Phono 124. Msrthsll. Ma. 35c KMC B0' Saline County Farms at $50, $60 and .$bU per Acre. 300 acres, bqoiI, lovol land, doep soil, well Improvod, I1W miles from livo town and shipping polat at JS0.00 por aero. , . .0.a.S2, weU upt'oved, 1H ratios from town and shlpplnn point ut S80.00 per acre. " " 180 ucres, woll Improved. 11 miles rrom one of tho best towns In the county and shipping points ut J80.00 per aero. 120 acres.-flno land, well imnmvi. ninon tn iui Ully 1013 a DientV. Small lnta. Inrnn lnt nim n.n..t iceanomos. eiecrant iinmnq. ntnm hniMinna choan stacks TERMS TO SUIT ON AN YTIHNO nomos, moaerato pr of merchandise, ull sizes, all nrlcnn. irYOURUY. ,, FARMS AND RANCHES. Any size from 40 aero truck farm-to at prices from i JIB 00 up M,8S0U. ioxas, Arkansas and Oklahoma South Side Square, Marshall, Missouri, FISHER & GAUNT, DR. HENDERSOI III TO IIS W TkaMMI umn aTY,w; ivra Ckmli ton in SpNial Mhmm. Ohmi UMuabvai oaainaiv. esse aaa atai tellUa mm m MMMilllni MNMI UMUaUBH i la mm ' X1 1 w -.v i. w riW, vf ,. . " ji v-vif'Ci i H ,