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1ST 'a MARsHAUtvPPUBLIGA:i County News John Bramble and wi were in NLfttTs hock Monday. I Misses Lucile and, Lo .e West were Slater callers" 'VVu.lrrs 1 v ROSE VALLEY v Corn planting la the order of the day In thin community. Mm William Rclnwald ot Saint Louia Is the guest of Ilcnry Rcln wald and family this week. Mr. Charles Forbes, wife and lit tle son Willis and Miss Ruth Mc Klnncy of the Now Home neigh borhood spent Saturday night and Sunday, with Arthur Mayfro nhd wife. Mlaa Lorna Maysc spent Friday with her grandparents, Air. and Mra Uriah Maysc. Henry VnnDusklrk and wifovis 1 itod A. F. Montgomery an'd fam ily 8unday. Mr. Luther Trcocc and family pent Monday with S. I. Leonard and family. Charles Auldrcdgc and family was n Sunday guctt of Arthur Cox and family. John Rclnwald of near Aulvillc Come down Saturday to be. nt the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Henry Kednwau who Is quite sick with erysipelas. Mrs, Orlvitlo Crump an J child rcn jipcnt Mom day evening with Mrs. A. F. Montgomery, Rev'. Dowdy filled his regular ap pointment at Rose Valley Sunday ana was ti dinner guest of J. C. Baldwin and famllv. Miss Chancy of Sweet Springs, ana miss curtius of Blackburn spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mm. Walter Smith. JESTER Rufua Haynlo Sundaycd with homo folks. Miss Ida Lewis visited her couh iri, Miss Beu'lih Peterson, ' from Saturday until Monday. Mra. Arch Hell was in Marshall Monday afternoon. The farmers aro busy planting cqrn.- 'Joo Peterson was in the neigh borhood last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Copcland and luby, Portwood Belt, and Ulster, Leona, Qlcn Peterson and brother, Joe, wcro all Sunday gucala of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Bell. Little Warren Caldwell is im proving nicely and has been mov ed over to hla grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lewis Mrs. R. W. Eddy and daughter, Mlas Edith and Joe Irvln spent Sunday with D. Eddy and family. Harry Caldwell spent from Sat urday till Wednesday with C his, uncle anil aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lowls. Eddie Brown was In .Marsn.Aw Saturday. Joe Kiso passed through this neighborhood Wednesday. Artie Morris was in this vicin ity this week. Miss Woodie nail was shopping In Slaten Tuesday. Amos Brumblo was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brumb!e Sunday evening. The 'farmers aro busy, getting ready to plant thetr corn. They claim they arc Just ono month late. ! FRED MARTIN I I Local Market. Marshall, Mo. May 9, 1912 : Corrected weekly by tho Marshall Produco Co. Ebbs ;. iscdoz Hens 10c lb. Roosters 4c " Ducks 7c " Geese .i. . 4c " Butter. 18c " Turkeys 10c " Having just completed my first years' business I wish to thank the people of Saline for their liberal patronage the. past year and wish to say that my grocery business was fine, but my hardware business was much neglected the past year and did not come up to the standard, but I wish to say. that from now on it will have MY personal attention:, which means that when yon come here for Hardware you will find what you want, and atDrices that cannot be matched nlsewhRrfi nnrl q" you won't have to wait all day to get waited on. A few items priced below at regular retail prices will convince you that if you don't trade here you are losing money. I handle a full assortment of all kinds of Bolts and sell them cheaper than you can take time to take the nuts off your old rusty bolts. Tryme when you need some gate bolts. SAY1 when it comes to Window Glass, Well, I sell more glass than all the others together. THERE IS A REASON. TRY ME ON GLASS. I BLOSSER Mr. and Mrs. Frank' McRoberts were Marshall visitors last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs, Wheeler nuff re turned homo from Kansas City Sat urday where Mra nuff has been in tho hospital. Mrs Qulncy Blosser spent tho day Friday with Mra Molllo Minor. Miss Euntco Fulton visited In Marshall last Wednesday, Misses Anna Belle Ilnner and Katharine Fletcher spent ThursJ day "with. Mr. nenry Blosser. Mr. and Mra Joe Sailor Were Ma!r ta Bond visitors last Thursday. Mra Anna Blower spent Satur day .night and Sunday w.llth Mra Clara Bloeeer at Malta Bend. Mr, and Mra J. W, Hcsket re turned to their home In Jefferson City loai Thursday morning. Messrs, Qulncy and Erskin Blos ser were Mar&liaU visitors last Friday Mr. and Mra Joe' WickUff and children spent tho day Sunday at FalrvlUe with Mra WlcklUfs fath er. , . Mr. Ligo Fletcher spent tho day Sunday with hla parents, Mr. and Mra N. J. Fletcher, CLAY CENTER Church at Concord was well at tended Sunday morning. n E ROOSEVELT STANDS FIGH T Kg Ig the Leader in Your Cause, Not His Own. Afalntt the Dottei and Their Ma chine For the Genuine Rule of the . People For Human Rights and An Equal Chance for Every Man Whero Are You? "TUB LBADKlt FOIt TUB TIMK m:iNn. whoeveh in-: may he. is HUT AN INSTIIUMHNT. TO UK t'RHI) UNTIL IIUOKUN AND THEN TQ HE CAST A8IOK: ANIJ IF MB IS WORTH HIS SALT I IB WILL CAKB NO MORE WHEN HE IS HROKBN THAN A SOI.OIEll CAUB3 WHEN Hi: IS SENT WHKItE 1118 LI KB IS FORFK1T IN ORI)l:it THAT TUB VICTORY MAY HB WON." THEODORE ROOSEVELT. He Is the leader In your cause, not tils own. He stands for the rule of tho people Do ycuT .He stands lor his seven yours" rec ord as president against every crooliod Interest and every crooltcd political tots. Oo you? He stands for rlfjldty enforcing tho puro tcod laws bo cnnctcU not for driving out of ornce those who, Ilka Or. Wiley, Would diiforco tham; Oo you? Hq stands for driving out or public llfo tboso who "have ruled nnd legis lated nnd decided ns If In eoino way they had n first mortgago on the United States, while tho rights ot tho pcoplo nro merely an unsecured dobt." Uo yoa? Ho stands for party organization, hut agslmt the worn-out, polltlcnl con vention In which tho volco of tho par ty boss In the only volco henrd. Do you? He stands for virile, human, hetp lul laws for bcjtorlng tho condition of men, women and children, nnd safe guarding their Interests against every other Interest. Do you? He stands for laws that protect the worklngmnn's health and that com pensate him for Injuries. Do you? He stands for an equal chanco for every roan's volco In the party and In the government. Do you? He stands for return ot the glori ous days of victory nnd achievements for the Republican party tho return of Republican governors, senators, congressmen and local officers swept from power since 1908. Do you? Who but Theodore Roosevelt can re gain, the magnificent Republican ma jorities throughout tho land during his seven years nt Washington now turned to minority in almost every, state? Who but Theodore I o o I I I I I have a complete line of Oil for all kind of machinery, Cylinder Oil, Harvester Oil, Cream" Separator Oil, Gas Engine Oil, Automobile Oil, Linseed Oil, Hog Dip etc., etc. BUGGY WHIPS Just made a largo purchase of Bunny Whips, bought thorn right and will sell thorn whilo they last , $1.00 Whips, at $ .50 75c Whips at.. 40 50c Whips at ll 30 35c Whips at 20 25c Whips at 15 RAZOR STRAPS $1.00 Razor Straps, at 75 75c Razor Straps, at 50 50c Razor Straps, at 35 25c Razor Straps, at .25 I have a job lot of Razors ranging in price from $2.00 up to $3.00, and I have put them all in ono lot and will give you your choicn for $1.39, ovory ono FULLY WiRRANTED Shaving Brushes at .10 Best Sharing Brushes, at 25 Regular 80c Lantern, No 2 Burner at .75 Varnish Brushes, at 05, .08 and 10c Paint Brushes, at. .10, .12, 16, 18 and 25c' Curry Combs, at .10 nnd 15c Horse Brushes, at .10, .15 and 23c Yellow Collar Pads, you pay 3ac elsowhero, get them here for.. 25c Tar Paper in rolls, at 98c Building Paper in rolls, at 98c Garden Hoe. that you pay 48c elsewhere, got them here at 39c Plow devices, regular 8c size, at 5c Plow devices, regular 10c sizo, at 8c Plow Single Trees, regular 35c kind, at 25c Tile Spades, others call them cheap at 98c my prico , .. 85c I sell the $1.25 length at 98c Nails and Staples, per lb 3C Screen wire, all sizes, if you have a porch to screen let me figuro with you. Split handle Post Hole Digger, regular prico 73c, my price.. 59c You never bought a second hand ono this cheap in your life. Rope, I' handle the best grade of rope in town. You havo paid 12c per pound for ropo for tho last 5 years, and 1 have been selling it at lOcvhich means a swing of about 20c on 100 feet of 1-2 inch ropo. That's some is it not? on a small purchase. You never bought a gallon of I log Dip for less than $1.00 you can get tho same kind hero for 75c. Docs this mean any thing to you? Well I guess yes. A saving of 25 per cent, good interest is it not. Come and see. o I o INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CASE President McCormick Makes a Reply to Charges. HE DEFENDS THE ORGANIZATION tatement Issued In Connection with the Government's Suit to Dis solve International Har. vester Company. FRED MARTIN. l anil conscience ono who Inspires nnd commands tho faith of tho pcoplo. Will you stand with Itoosovclt? ROOSEVELT'S WORK IN OFFICE List of Mott Important Achievements During His Term as Nation's Chief Executive. thrill tho Republican party with hope of success, with strong purposo to do the things the people want, with de termination thsf tho evils of "priv ilege" and "selfish Interests" shall be swept out of publlo officer Your active support Is vital .to the cause ot honesty In politics. Roosevelt's friends In this contest aro volunteers, they havo no machine. .Jfivory man Is on duty because he wants tbq Republican party to win and tn tztz-z. ctziiizlo xMh rwrcjfe In the threo yeara that have elaptcd since Itoosovclt became a private clti sea the memory of his admlnlstraUon has naturally become somowhat blurred. It may bn worth while to give a brief summary of the Import ant achievements of hla soven yeara as President. Tfie first three years, It must be borne In mind, wero devoted avowedly to carrying out the McKln ley policies with the McKlnley cab inet Most ot the events cited In tho chronicle that follow were compress ed within the four years that follow ed the overwhelming Indorsement ot Roosevelt at the polls In 1904: Central Industrial Policies,. Settlement of anthracite coal strike of 1902 by presidential Intervention. National employers' liability act Safety appliance act. Pure food an! drug act Federal neat Inspection and nack Jtooserelt caiu. mi nouse inspection act .Civil government established In the Philippines. intervention In Cuba, with order re established. Finances of Santo Domingo .reor ganized. Foreign Relations. Trcnty of Portsmouth negotiated under President Itoesnvolt's Invita tion. Jnny arbitration trestles negoti ated. Secretary Root sent on a tour of South America, resulting In greatly Improving relations with South Amer ican republics. Canadian fisheries dispute tent to The Hague tribunal. Ilntlln ship licet ncnl n round the world, Increasing Amorlron prestige and Insuring better protection MORALITY OF THE ELEPHANT Ho Makes a Cat's Paw of Doy's Hand to Steal the Unhusked Rice. American citizens abroad. Consular service reorganized under the merit system, Conference of Governors More efllolent relations between states promoted by conference of governors called by President Room- veil. Gospel of the 8quare Desl. Tho ccneral spirit of the ndmlnlstra tfon so emphasized the need of attack' Ing evory form of special privilege (that tho work of public spirited men In city and stnte governments every- Singular as It may seem, olephnnta which havo associated with mon en tertain the noHon that, under special circumstances, they aro not responsi ble if they utlllzo another to commit I an Illegal net The following Is nn In stance of this elephantine morality: A man In Rangoon bought three young olephnnts to send to England. They were tame and playful, but can ning. Knowing that It was wrong to steal paddy (unhusked rice) the Idea had doubtless been Impressed upon them by punishment for stealing for ( they would not touch It themselves. nut if a ooy wcut to seo them, be Organisation of department of me roe and labor. i whero was made easier, Abolishing; ot re b ting and estab- This summary shows why the ven ,llshing of cohtroKf railroads by In ' en,b, Senator Cullom of Illinois terstata commerce commission. 1 w out of the fullness of experience Vv- tfmmmtfiWft'iH of mMmt: Mtht pr. la tie Eft 1!r-;ft7i Fads for Weak Women Ntae-tetttbe of mH the akkaees o( women ii doe to some drBjeinnt or dlf ease ot tKe'ortfeai d4tiacty fesiaiao. Such slckaesi can be cured Is cured tverrdaybr , Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription , It Mmken Wmk Women Strong, Sick Womn WI1. It sets tfreetly on (be orfens afreeted sad is at the tame time a gMtral restora tive testa tor the wbaU syttees. It eurc faaulc coraplaiat tijtH bt the privsor f.aMNM.j It,SMkes Munenenary rtw dliefrseablo q tioajaj, esasal tteas tad '. leeel treatieat w? iwivtrtally iiwtaed Mea bydeeters, i so abhorrent ,t i r i ..... ;i r i.' . . ' r f. siMkH toe swrtlei)lsWe .feere m to it tymptoaM el laVAAKAB ,hllt.ftklaMA mull Ifl&AAln-i' l..iJlJA. a . v laiisawjisaap pasnVWI M UfcraMifiwi as . to,' their syi I tWtive re are leterred te Hie People's Cms-; i ' ' "-.w.wfw wwmM t flwwijr mm ; ws ss-ietHt jisiiim, aet'jm reit t 21 'bbsbh aBarSsBBBBaB aaVHaBaaamwv1 National DcfBnaa. 'Navy made adequate. Mlllta co-ordlnated with regular , army. Law Cnfercemtnt Northern Securities prosecution, which, ended movement to center con trol of railroads and Industries In the. bands ot a few men through the de vice of tho "holding: corporation." Dsslnnlng ot prosecution of Stand ard Oil company and tobacco trust, with. the object of preventing th monopolists evils of great corpora tions. , Numerous prosecutions for rebatt ing, ior metis or public domain and for grafting la the poatoflce depart neat Conservation of Natural Rttourcse. The whole conservation colter de veloped. Forest reserves extended. fttetaaaaUM ef; s jtd land provided VMot it aaeajRim to give away water jewer ribU. ,. fanwtta Canal. J",W BSisotlaUoRa broken , CokHaWei iwUb H could B0 long-, r obtthMt gTe at world Improvo-, K StJl Mttl. at? MtnMtlekheiin. 'fly traaled under In his book on "Fifty Years of IMbllc Sorvlco:" "Mr. Rooseyelt accomplish, ed n ore In bis term than any of bis predectfrors; more laws were enact ed. Inv.'a of more general brnoflt to the proplc; but nbivo a'l hi: admin istration enforced all hvfs on the statuto book? 'as they h?rt never been enfonid iw'ofo ' Colonel Rooecvdt Ims proven ovrr and over again, In every position ho has ever occupied fom pollco commitiloncr of New York to tho presldcnry Itself, that he Is a marvelous man, a man of greut tc;ourc:s. great Intellect, great energy and courago. and a msn of the highest degree ot Integrity. He will go down In the history of this coun try as the most .remarkable mart ot Ids day." Kansas City Star. i Cold Dormitories, "And What do you hear from your daughter, Mrs. QreenT" asked the vis itor solicitously. "Is the well and en Joying college llft" She Is quite well," responded Mrs, would be seised by ono. tho llttlo trunk would be colled around bis arm,' and ho would bo led to whero the paddy was kept In bags. The elephant would make a cat's paw. of tho boy's hand to take up a handful of paddy. Then, letting go, he would turn up the end of his trunk, open It. 'and coaxlngly Invito tho boy to drop In the paddy. Should tho boy, however, put It back In tho bog, his arm would again bo seized by tho trunk, and his band, would be again Insorted Into tho paddy' bag;. The boy, anxious to bo released, would usually drop tho paddy Into the trunk, and tho elephant would blow the rtco Into his mouth. After re peating the operation several tiroes, the elephant would scamper off, feel ing thnt ho hnd got tho paddy with out stealing It Harper's Weekly. to Trouble Forecast "My wife says women ought Yoto," Bald Mr. Meekton. "Well, have you any objection?" "No. Dut there's going to be a ter rible row If the women of our com zflunlty get tho vote and then try to toto for anybody except her." Swimmers the Prey of Eels. A remsrkablo story of the solzuro of swimmers by eels comes from New Zealand. A stream In New Zealand was a favorite bathing place because the, .current was swift and strong. Time after time the bather would be gin to shriek and splash on tho sur face, would disappear berore help could reach' him, atfi when his body had been found Uld Invariably been eat Green, "but the poor child say. U has by 9 caU80 ot tha full beta so dreadfully cold all winter. rM-.iia .hW.oJ i - The dormitories at her college must .lon, Um. bul ,uenB,hh - be perfect loo houses, I should think. WM aucovered that whilst the awlm- Whr. do you know, Marian rlt e er a ,lmo,t stationary tn the rapid that during the last cold spe 1 he ,trwa H hug0 Ml wout(1 ixe htm by M-waUr totttaa actually froze la the the foot or lea- and draa- him down hi- The government filed a dissolution suit In tho federal court at 8t. Paul, Minn., April 30, against tho Interna tional Harvester company, alleging violation of tho Sherman law and mak ing the general charges that are cus tomary In a bill of this kind, and ask ing for whatever reliefs. aro consid ered necessary by tho court. Tho bill Is a very long ono and therefore can not be reproduced, but It sets forth. In effect, that (he Harvester company Is a monopoly In restraint of trade, hrfs used oppressive methods In forc ing Its OBcnts to handle Its goods ex clusively, elc. To thcao charges Pres ident .McCormick has mado the fol low Ing reply: "The International Harvester case differs radically In Its factB from alt the so-called 'Irnst' cason heretofore derided under tho Sherman law. The International Harvester company was organized In 1002 for the piirposV ot securing economy In the manufacture Jtnd sale of harvesting machinery, and of Increasing tho fore Inn trade. It hnd no water In Its capitalization, and It has earned only a reamnbl return on Its rupltal, less than 7 per cent i cr annum on tho iivern-go. The prices of Its machines nro now substantially the rnmo ns In I5W. notwithstanding an Increase of IT. per. .cent In raw ma terial prices and :t() percent In wages. Tho company 1ms caused n large sav ing to American farmers In the cost or agricultural Implements. It has In rrri'Sfd tho' foreign trade In agricul tural Implements four-fold In nine Jenrs; Ha foreign huIch In 1911 were over $-12,000,0(10. It has not sold cheap er abroad than nt homo. Its treatment of Its customers, Its employes. Its agents nnd Its compctltoru has been In urcortl with iho highest standard of ethics ami honorable, business meth ods. To tho farmers It has given bet ter sen Ire and better machines; to agents and dealers, n less hazardous and fluctuating business and to Its em ployes It has given higher wages, Im proved nnd sunltnry working condi tions, Insurance against sickness, ac cident and old age, und a share In the profits. ."Tho charge of misconduct found In the bill have been met and dis proved by tho company in other cases; and they will again fall, because they are untnic. Tho supremo court ot Missouri, In n suit In which those charges were fully gone Into said; " 'On the whole, tho evld'enco showy that the International HurvcAer com pany has not used Its puwor to oppress or injure the funnels who aro Its cus tomers." "And again: "'The price of harvesting machines has not Increased In proportion to the Increased cost of construction or the Increased merit of tho machines, and respondent has brought other farm Im plements Into trade." "'The evidence also shows that tha machines manufactured oy the Inter national Harvester company have beea greatly Improved In quality and the Item of repair material has been re duced In price and placed within closer reach of the farmer.' "The organizers of this company acted under tho advice of ablo counsel. and In tho sincere belief thnt ther were violating no law. If under later decisions it should bo held that the law was violated, .it could nniv h through the creation of a power to op press which has never been exercized. "More than six yeara ago the com pany asked for its Investigation by the United States government, and ouened all Its books and records for Inspec tion, anu lumtsned all Information re quested. No suggestion uf any change In Its business methods has been made to It by the governniont at any time. Recently, a rull and frank discussion of the whole situation has been lial between the representatives of tho gov ernment and the company, In an hon est desire upon both sides to avoid litigation. Somo plan may yet be found which will obviato tho necessity ot any protracted litigation by satis fying tho claims made under the Sherr tnan act without seriously impairing the economic advantages aud benefits secured by the organization of this company. No form of reorganisation, however, waa suggested by the govern ment which seemed practically pos sible. "The government has been careful to avoid etuburrassmont to the foreign business from the litigation; the bill makes no attack upon, and seeka no change In, the export business of the company. Tho tiling of tho bill will la no way Interfere with the coropaay'a carrying on Its buBlnesa the same M heretofore." , . . .