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if. day, July 19 1912
4AMMALL RkPUBUCAir MARSHALL REPUBLICAN PuMl.Kea rr Thund.r and ent.teil In pot lllct at Marshall. Ma, aa atondlaM millt Terms: $1.00 per Year in Atlvanc J J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor ( Office. Hell. 0! Te1ephoncs: omco. Hcrnon. 29 I Rosldenco, Boll 498. ! One Week i 100 Dozen Rogers Knives and I Forks Oniyl 1 Off the Fence Aflcr notlntr the trend of public" wentiment wo nrc In u position to give the Republican's policy. We expect to support the Republican S t.tn ticket heartily nnd will at-, ONLY $3.50 PER SET OF SIX KNIVE$ AND S SIX FORKS, for Jutt ONE WEEK Commencing i SATURDAY, JULY 20TH. DOUBLE GUARANTEE S r.,.r.t Irnitm anrl fnrlr im crliat'arttrf fl VlV the faC- tomtit to advise no man as to how X ' . , . he shall vote nationally, but leaved E tory to give perfect and absolute satisfaction or jg everyone to vote actotomg 10 mc - wjj be rcpiaced by a new onea JoacK or mis we 5 Jit'." ulSfSa- SSl I Pt our own guarantee and .tamp the name j follower.- and will neither allow Kelley-Vawter on each piece. If any piece tails the Roosevelt followers to oc ai- . . satisfaction or proves defective, we 5 replace it without questions. f These sets usually sell in leading jewelry stores E for $4.50 per set. We will sell them for ONE g WEEK ONLY, Starting; tacked In our columns. So far Republicans all ngrco on the protective policies of the Re publican party. While we will aim to make the Issues clear to our readers, we will not be abusive to im. who do not urcreo Willi us, S. C. Way, a life long Democrat, approached ub on the nqaaro Sat urday and said he wants to be counted In on the new Progressive party when It Is organized. I Saturday, July 20, for $3.50 per set g I The Kelley-Vawter Jewelry Co. I 3 West Side Square f"j citefS armn"cmraeiieed to swear at the supposed extortion, Hit friend then' Mid: '"Do not schfc-ear, Jfawtafp.. It is, wicked to schwear, Ood has "punished that man Dclmonlco." "How?" u I haf mind pocket, full mtt shpoons." Here is a story, told if, the Gait sun. a man was arrested charged with robbing another of his watch and chain. There was so little- evidence, however, that the Judge .quickly said, "Discharged." The prisoner, sood still, amazed at be ing given his liberty so soon. 'You lire discharged," repeated ithe ludgo, "you can go, you are free." still no move from the prisoner who stood staring at the Judge. "Well," he said finally, 'do I have to give him back his watch and chain?" HI The State Fair at Scdalla will begin September 28th and continue to October 4th. The premium list has been issued and can be sccur ed from Secretary John T. Stinson at Scdalla. St. Louis, wlUi its overwhelming Republican sentiment? has for gotten a lesson of twenty years ago. At that time the Republican administration was so corrupt that an "honest man was ashamed to Press Clippings Too many of us are like the 12th man on the Jury who declared that "those eleven other fellows are the most stubborn men I ever Jbv," 275 700 110 40 40 Arizona, for president, and A. S. Watklns of Ohio, for vlcc-prcsl-dent. I 'l! ...t.lt 1. 1 ntlnrrllnnpn in It. Thin The Prohibitum Ntlo.,l crarra. . , , ,,... , ?2l"VcL -"I" TT- ? WkVSE nommaicu i-ukLm- . .huhi, . nt,noniipnMv RU'iini? back and a,.- i ' .. ...... , , 'B l,,c io riuc in a new au- lt is surprising how soon the lcs-( tomouc lf thc inexperienced own boh is forgotten. But maybe we re cr Is runn,lg tnc mnchine himself, mistaken. Watoh for November'. ' j Brooklyn Life: Wife (dining atj r ..i. I rnfttfiiimntiN .Tnriti lnn nnr llcans will all be together again The loyalty of " Dcmocrats 1, what tho9e pcop,e at the ncxt ?rd 1 on a stralKht out protective. good marvelous Champ Clark had an tnble nre cntInK? Husband: 'C.in't t5"5" goveniment platform. Those who o vcrwhplmlng cnuorspmcm irom Bcc at nf but ,t 80und ke ccl. Sre now abusing their friends will .T&t cry feel ver- cheap to come honeying, uicb" " V.Z around and "feeling sorry." Real Estate Transfers William Hlndle to Charles J. Jones, lots 11, 12 and 13, nenry add. Slater. Henry Tntum to H.C. Wilson lot 19 and acre strip ad Jolnlgn In Wallers & Jones Add. Malta Bend Blanche Hall, ot al to William Hall lot 2, block 0. Malta B.... P. H. Rca to p. M. Walker pt. L.oti, block 26, Marshall ... Chna. I, Donahoc to A.C.Put nam, lot 08, Henry addition Marshall Mrs. B. C. Donahoe. ct al to same w. . Mrs. Bell Ray, ct al to Louis Eckhoff, 70 acres in 12-48-23 O. H. Wltchor to Dollle Gowens, 30 acres In 18-48-22 J. P. Huston, t al to M. F'. Swlnncy, lot 4 and 5, blk. 3, Highland Park Marshall... l Lewis Ostex to John S. Bis hop, 50 acres, 2-40-22 10400 Lulla V. Kmlson to trustees, M. E. Church, Sacrcs 2-40-20 COO John M Piper to J P Sharp ct al 95 acres 28, 33-50-21 ... 11000 John Williams to trustees, Mt Calvary Church Free Will Baptist Church lot 26 nawV peso addition Marshall ...... Steven D Curd to Edward B 2 acres 1-2 Int. 8700 3000 Don't be an outsider in ourown community If y6u have no Bell Tele-' phone you are cut off from quick and easy commun ication socially and un prepared in emergencies. There should be tele phone service in .every home-. Call 29-30 The Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company xariggcc 4C0 John M. Piper to J F Sharn et al 20 ft strip 38-50-21 1,00 own men. He lost out and his friends are In line solidly for his oononont. Tho Republican can- Chicago News: Little James,j Snow Blockade in July while at a neighbor', was given ' Washington, July 0.-While tho a niece of broad and bnHor. unit inimnvmhiM l. m i - '' a . - T .b. a.u.u .tun UUUTU (IIU VV Ul," By a vote of 65 to 28 the United dldatc, nominated in a similar man politely said, "Thank you." "That's grco mark this morning thc dl Statcft Senate Saturday unseated ncr, Is being abused from all sides, right, James," said the lady. "I , rcctor'of the consular service, Wil Senator Lorlmcr of Mno ai-n l dc-' So long an one side "votes 'er like to hear little boys saypfiankbur'J.'Karf; received what for the clared his title to his seat invalid, htralght" regardless of thc prlncl- you.'" "Well,' rejoined Jumcs, "if time- being seemed a providential Mr. Lorlmer made a strong fight in pic Involved, thc other is likely to you want to hear me say It again, diversion from the discomforts of his derenso and declared Ills en- uo uie same. . jou miK"i jui somo jam on it." ( the day. It was a formal renort cmles will yet hear from him. Whether Missouii Republhnns will have a chance to vote Mr. Roosevelt depends upon are Hon. Paul P. Prosscr, Democrat ic candidate for congress In this for. .... ii t- r 1. -II .t.ln mnnl. thom U'lin nnrcvlnr. n l...nnt. ' uiBinci, wao in iii.irniiuu lu.n nvwiv - m Muui.il ui i coB Aires ,u" looking after his political Inter- roses in ner nanu tno other day turc developments and whether CBtB IIo 8 nvory able nnd plea- 1 from Alfred A, Wlnslow, consul at Very i Vnlnnrnlnn. Plilln .nI.LL n. hearted, according to a'ottMiaZ la Press Journal. One ofio.ntn n .-ti. . " -j.... ...w.iv UUII.IUII Ul JJU- ! cnoB Aires, bocauso of a heavy , snow blockade on tho railway be- Bowllng Green girls tender Louisiana Baw a sign on a barber shop that vi 1 thoy will want to do o-j depends .nt eentleman and between him read: "Whiskers dyed here." She.- nu. iir. u .... " ., ' nlan Inrrpulv iinnn tlin nnll nfntfnwmt . i n nntnrail flii. atKr. .. A .. i i ' " UCCD' ...- .... j u...... ...w .-. ....... jijm B opponeui, v;uiiKrvooiiiuii .. ... uvi nu ouririncu namlln, there Is little trouble In ie oaroer uy handing him the I choosing. Our democratic readers roses and Baying. "Plcaso when it is announced. Tho crabs of Japan arc being ohlppcd to this country In cans In large miantltlcs. Last week one of thc Inspectors ot th'o Food Inspection Department of Miss ouri condemned 4,292 dozen cans in St. Louis as being unfit for food. The cans wore corroded and thc meat spoiled. deep ly burled undor tho drifts that it would take nix wonlra nr mnm tn nu clear it and restore communica- Bc it ever remembered in Mis souri that Cornelius Roach, as Secretary of State, deliberately at tempted, In conjunction with At torney General Major, to fasten on the people a gerrymander of sen atorial districts declared by the Supremo Court to bo unfair and unconstitutional. Of course Roach, like Major,, know It to bo unfair, and unconstitutional before tho court so declared it. . I A. C V HlAIH An lIta Alffltt tl wlU do weu io lo .or r. i - - Honj In th(J meantme commyi. How often do we hear neonlo ideation between West r n im is from this end of the district and will do more than Mr. Hamlin has or will do. Provided thoy can't vote for the Republican nominee. Progressive Call A call for a Missouri state con vention of tho new National Pro gressive party was Issued simul taneously Saturday night from St. Louis and Kansas City by Wil liam R. Nelson, provisional national commlttman. The convention will be in Kansas City, Tuesday, Jul 30. The call recommends that coun ty meetings bo hold Saturday, July 27, to select delegates to the state convention, the basis of rep resentation being one delegate for each 1400 votes cast In the national election of 1908, giving Saline coun ty 5 delegates. Tho state convention will select two delegates at largo and one i delegate and alternate fro'm each Wo have reached our decision in regard to tho hoad of tho ticket by tho action of Republicans In Al . 1 1 1 X 1 1..... 1 1 ,no Mini? o wni-rc u . y .uivc uuu "igona! district to the Chlca chance to exp,es8 themselves. 8a-, ot AuKuat 6 Ine county Republicans ore loyal ,8 dc, tefJ wl o their party when thoy can bono, wcMwani fr0m St. Louis the tho same as tho Iowa, Kansas and , r,i ti n0 a other Republicans, but when their tLJL XL "nn representatives come homo and re port that thoy were not given an honest deal and didn't vote, then thoy too have a right to use their best Judgment in tho matter Only township and, ward convr mltteomon arc elected at the Aug ust primary. Othor candidates are merely nominated, In every town ,'shlp, and in every city ward en titled to representation on a coun ty committee of each party in to be' elected) It is the patt of wisdom for tho Republicans every. wnero, to select the very best wsea available for members of the bunty committed. Republican par 'tyykeir should b'e careful ''to sremote tho eiectfon of reliable Moose." An arrangement Is expected in thla state which will allow Repub licans to vote the entire ticket except for presidential electors. This district is represented by a Rooacvelt elector, so those wish ing to vote for Roosevelt can 'vote 'or straight" from top o, bottom on the regular Republican ticket. nnd It there la any "bolting" it must be by the Toft,, men. say I "Where do -all the tlfcs come from?" It is simpJe enough. The toper makes tho "blue-bottle fly, the Btern father makes the gad fly the cyclone makes the house fly, tho blacksmith makes the fire fly, the driver makes the sand fly, the driver makes the horso fly, tho grocer makes the sand fly, and the boardor makes tho butter fly. "After my wifo had scolded me says .an Elmo man, "for making bo many mistakes and after meekly aBklng hor, 'But didn't you eyer make a mistake'? she gave me a look that I shall never forget and remarked: 'I mode a sad mistake once.' There remained dead sil ence tor half hour and I imagined I could hear tho wedding bells of long ago. and I understood. Card of Thanks To the dear friends of MaHa Bend and Mt, Leonard weTwish to return heart-felt; ,thnk. for the Kina attention anown our; and dear wife durlt her i Coast points and Buenos Aires must be by steamer through th.e Straits of Magellan. POSftPROOF Sheuld Conrj nee tke Great est Skeptic in Marshall Because it's the evidence of a Marshall citizen. Testimony cas ly investigated, The strongest endorsement of merit. Tho best proof. Read it: Miss Ethel Bentley, 585 West Wushlngton. St., Marshall, Mo., says "In 1908 1 was taken 111 and thought 1 would never recover. The pains in" my back were terrific and my sight was affected. I, also had a hoavy puln )n the small of my A tramp rang a doctor's door back and sldos and" my back was bell and asked the pretty woman! weak and sore. I lost flesh and. who opened tho door if she wouldjfelt run down and weak, In fact, be so kind as to usk thc doctor if Vas practically helploss. During j he had a pair of pants he would all the time I was do:taring with give away. "I am tho doctor,", three physicians .but they did me said the young woman anu tho no good and said there was no tramp nearly fainted, At tho rata .help for mof Finally my folks of speed the tramp was traveling! heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and when ho left, It would taken a f commenced their ue, little tBKK chauiier about an hour caught up with him. What takes some people will make change, . t .my back ad,?dveRWythe. pan, , J ypc' comrt ed to -get i strong 4 ...... .w.v..ivw m (mi win (MilM' (tnuuaii; ink mc, iinai extinction oiine lausr asy successar ot the Delmonlcb .Re2 taurant. It la rektadf ttwi two. Germasa, fresh f rom , Chicago, oee vls4ted,'New Yorlt MdneweH' "m qualoted with the' elty Jivit lsV friend to diJ at DelmoBkie'a where a dlflaer fr.' (two ,andra.bo4. tie of wttv ceVrordwed, 3aJ place d:.fwe'.;were praised vmihi ...jtoattir, th aate-IkoMi'a aa4 tk M otk FARMS, FARMS, FARMS FOR SALE! I have some of the best farms for sale in Saline County that can be bought anywhere for the money. SPECIAL A 200 acre farm, one of the best and nicest improved in the county, close to town, all smooth land, good water and fences. This farm won't be on the market long. For informa tion address, 29-32b DAN EHLERS, Slater, Mo. gQOCSBBOOi Q Which One Will You Take? 80' acres, well Improred, largo well, one mllo from town, $150 per acro. 109 acres, well Improved, 2 aero orchard, good land at $42.50, cun handlo on $1000,00, balance on easy terms. 125 acres, fairly well Improved, near good town, $53.00 per acre lBOucrcs, tlnolylmproTcdlandgontly rolling, near Marshall, $140.00 per acre. ' 400 acres, moderate improremonts, best land In County, can be divided Into two farms, $150.00 per acre. Wo compile Abscracts showing records In full. Make loans on favorable terms. Write fire Insurance. 40 Drop in and see us You aro always welcome. South Side Square, Marshall, Missouri FISHER & GAUNT, 1 osteopathy! m I S A aCIKNTlXC MKTHODOItTRKATINO ! ALL OLAtaet OF DISIAIKI BV COR- 1 RECTING ANY AND ALL DEVIATIONS IN THE SdOY MAKE-UP. THAT EACH AND eve'ry PART Of the sody may bo ITS WORK AND HAVE A NORM AL.Bl.OOD AND NERVE SUPPLY. NUCKLES&NUCKLESI MARSHALL BLD9.' NORTH SIOK sqUA flax MARSHALLM J. VANDYKE VANDYKE Farm Loan M. T. FISHER it Lowest Rate Easiest Terms Office: letweea Msw Yerk Racket aa! laaksf Sallae . 1. ... 1 n M WA,n.,MM .... MAIM IU UHVO lllg Jivii,nf ,1C avHN av.j. mls-,e. J 'was agreeably ' surjjiised ; Bx-1whn tho; first' box strengthened MARSHALL. MISSOURI lyPPWte ijmpYea"fla; rw asle to1 grtaW;iMlakaiRUbVa' oj':;KidAFll f.or. -saU'-'byaU ; isijiafa.-;::. Price ttrcsntratWlllRM' CoiBaf- i,c tr "aS'Tisl sssmL ' 1 0m$- Msssr. Drag aist, Waw8 wotnK.ri uie oiii pc.ai twas, prwewe,arpSJ joe vaunaera, rwne vwsiaer, .jas.txftWT-paio, owv-,; aut wbIbm WAU8K.BnnSSBMiBBaiSBS ftaaaBBBBsjsjfajHSfsfsfss STOCtJaUll.