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MBS. I. B. CLD7T died at her
home north ot Mfltta Bond, Son
day evening, Oct. i, 1918, aged 72
years, 7 month and 18 days.
Mrs. CLlft's maiden name was
Margaret Holty and was born In
Pennsylvania Feb. 19, 1840. At
tho age of 10 she boeamo the youth
ful and loving wife of I. B. CHft.
To this union ten children wore
born, (our sons anaslx daughters.
One sorf and three daughters pro
ceeded her In death. A loving hus
band and six children are lett
to mourn her loss, namely; I. D.
CUtt. of Pueblo, Colo., Sherman
Cllft, Malta Bond 8. II. CHft, Mal
ta Bend; Mrs. II. M, Balnhlll of In
diana; Mrs. O. L. Crum, ot Malta
Bend; Mis Laura B. Cllft, Malta
Bend. She also loaves one broth
er and two elstcrs In Indiana, be
sides soven grand children, all ot
whom were present at tho funeral
except I. D. Cllft of Colorado.
She was amoirfbor of tho Pres
byterian church ot Malta Bend and
was aconslstant christian. She
was a good and faithful wife nnd
loving mother and will bo greatly
missed In her homo.
The funeral services wore held
from the homo on Wednesday Oct.
9th at 2 o'clock conducted by Rev,
Barrett pastor of the it. E. Church
of Miami, after which tho remains
were laid to rest In the Malta Bend
RUFU8 STEPHENS, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Stephens, aged five
years, eleven month and eight days
died at the family home soven
miles northeast ot Miami Tuesday
morning at 8,30 o'cloock after a
brief illness of abeess of the
brain. The funoral services Were
held Wednesday, and the remains
were interred at Shtlon cemetery.
This Is tho second child to dlo
In this family within a month, a
little daughter sixteen months old
having passed away September 14.
The strickon parents have tho
sympathy of a largo circle ot
friends In their sad bereavement
Miami News.
Sweet Springs, died Wednesday
evening, Oct 2d, of 'dropsy, at
tho age of 23 years. He was mar
ried Oct. 20th, 1911, to Miss Emma
Mcvius, ot Alma, who survives.
Ills funeral was conducted by
Rev. Demetrius Sunday morning
after which the remains were laid
to rest In tho Lutheran cemetery
at Emma. Ills untimely death is
a sad one.
Get Mixed and Came Guen
ing Other Weddings
Most of our citizens heard the;
tiro alarm bell Tuesday evening
about nlno o'clock and while they
know that "de bells am arlngln,"
thoy woro mistaken In tho signs.
That evening Charlie Brown and
Miss Mabel Duron were quietly mar
rled at tho home of Rev. J. E.
Cortnor. Soon after tho fire lad
dies, of whom Mr. Brown Is an old
and honored member, got busy.
Thoy sounded tho alarm, but no
Drown camo, so thoy went to
their newly furnished homo and
sot him. Ho was glvon a ride on
tho fire wagon around town (ill
ho bethought himself of a good
KV.ut has been a resident of Sa
Unecounty tor a number of years.
Ho is A'gcntlcman of sterling qual
ltles;Md industries nnd Is in every
wayworthy of the splendid hclp
matofhe has chosen. The bride
Wi eared In Saline county hav
ing' lifted near Slater the most of
her life. She Is possessed of a
West ffcntle disposition and Is in
Very rcspoct worthy of a good
It -Is' very much hoped that Mr.
and Mrs. Orlmes will remiln In Sa
line although the. friends do not
yet know ot their arrangements
for the future. S.
Double Wedding
A very pretty double wedding
occurred near Little Rock last Sun
day ,jDct 13th, at 3 p. m. when Mlso
M'TTnna nnd Laura Polstor, daugh
tors' ot Mr. and Mrs, A! C.Polstcr
werVimarrlod. Tho contracting
aitt wftffl Kdwnrd Rohmldt. aon
plan ot escape several kogs dldj0j Mi and Mrs. Chas Schmidt, of
was born In Raleigh County, North
Carolina, July 8, 1821. Died Oct. 9,
1912, aged 91 years, 2 month 'and 28
days. At tho ago of 5 years he
moved to Missouri with his par
ents and settled In Colo, now
Moniteau County, At the time ot
the' gold discovery in California
he, with friends crossed tho plains
In wagons, no was attacked with
cholera while on tho road having
to halt tho wagon train until he
became able to travel. After his
return from California he settled in
CarroU -County tho latter part ot
the tittles,;' marrying" Mary" "A.:
Denham at Brunawlck,. Ma, April
7, 18S8. There were no children
by this union, Mrs. Plemmons dy
ing on May 4, 1878.
Ho was converted In DeWItt in
1860 and was baptized by Rov.
no camo to Saline county at the
close ot tho war and united with
Good Hope church, afterwards uni
ting with Fish Creek and was
made a deacon ot that church in
Scared to Death
When John Henry's saloon at
Blackwater burned Monday night,
Mrs. Slaton, aged 82 years, stood
on her porch nearby and becamo
alarmed at tho many sparks tail
ing about her and tho threatening
fire. She threw up her hands and
remarked "tho whole town Is go
ing to burn," then fell over dead ot
heart failure.
The Lid is On
A state law requires that no busl
ness shall be carried on on Sunday
except dally necessities or charity
Our city council also passed an
ordlnanco on April 20, 1008, con
currinir In tho provisions. The
the business, and all were soon
Mr. Brown Is one of our prosper
ous young business men and was
thought to bo a confirmed bachelor
but tho combination worked on
him this week proved his undoing.
Ho Is both u liveryman and n
"Brown" and when a Slater livery
man married Miss Brown he had
two reasons for Joining the pro
cession and did so "Durcn" the
time tho spell was over him. Tho
brldo Is ono of our charming nnd
popular young ladles. We Join In
extending best wishes. . V,
Ono of tho prominent weddings
of the pnst week was that on Tues
day of lost woek of August
Snlimlflf of Mimrmitnh. III.. and
alls Hopnia Zimmerman oi iiaru,-
i man.
flagrant violation of this law ro- rne wcddlng was solcmnlzed'at
cently by ono of, our grocorymeri I German Lutheran church by
brought tho same to public at-lReV. p. Kllntworth, tho pastor. C.
tontlon and a request that tho law
bo enforced. Tho matter was
ot Mascoutah, III., and Miss Anna
Polstor; Henry Mocller, son, ol
Henry Moollor, 8r., of Vcnada, 111.
and Miss Laura Polstor.
At tho nppolnted tlmo at the
Lutheran church, which was crowd
ed bv relatives and friends, tho
bridal couples arrived with Messrs
Hugo and Jess Teckcmeycr ns best
men and Miss Adalla Hcholncrer
and Miss Frieda KUndworth as
bridesmaids. They wero mot at
tho nltar by Rov. P. KUndworth,
Vo made an Impressive talk af
ter which ho nald tho ceremony
which made them man and wife.
following this hoy went to the
hone of tho brides' parents where
aspmptuous wedding supper await
ed them. Tho evening was spent
in music, games, social con versa
tlon and auto rides. The guests
stayed till a late hour when they
departed wishing tho young peo
ple n long and happy married life.
They will leave Friday on a wed
ding trip to Illinois whoro Mr. and
Mrs. Schmidt will reside, while Mr,
After Finishing TalkRoote-
elt it Sent to Hospital
Nothlnn could have produced a
more profound sensation over this
ountry than tho news Monuay
Iftht that Col. Roosevelt was
was snot. usi i . --
eyes are centered on hlttf,, a man
more lovca ana more inmiiij
hated than any man on earth to
j... tint wn worn not kent In
suspense long, as It was soon learn
cd that Mr. Koosevcu was
porously hurt.
As ho was leaving tno now iur
the auditorium in Milwaukee aion
nvevenlntr to make asposch John
ai,mnlc. fired a 38 calibre bullet In
to Col. Roosevelt's right breast- speaking n few moments, however,
The man was quickly over-power- his voice sank somewhat, and ho
ed and mado a prisoner. I secmcu to sianu ramer unsicamiy.
Col. Roosovclt- at lirst saiu ncijjr. lerrcn ana joi. uyon aicppcu
i . tl. Until In titi, .... lr litm nnil flnntnt Inatafnrt
u.lt(l HOC Snot. UUl lliu nuiu i. , u. ...... ...iv.
overcoat was pointed out and in i that ho stop.
brought up in tho city council and
It was decided to enforce tho law
and Mayor Mitchell Issued orders
)ast week to arrest all violators.
As a result our cigar stands and
confectioneries wero closed last
Sunday and may contlnuo so on
In a town llko Marshall wo boo
no objection to tho enforcement of
this law. It affects the business of
but very tow peoplo and tho buy
ing public can lay In what is need
ed for Sunday on Saturday. On
tho whole, tho law should bo a re
lief to these Sunday merchants as
they ore entitled to a rest If
W. Blumhorat played tho wedding' and Mrs. Moellor will roturn nnd
march, and, being a big farmer live In Saline.
who doos things right, wo know These excellent young people
ho kept them stepping some. The .were tho recipients of many nice
was a member of Ovi Gilliam Bap
tist Church.-ailHa.piobe.
1807. At tho time ol hU death hefthelr business suffers It may mean
that there are one or two too m ny
ksee, but we doubt very much that
the-fcxH ot, sales will prove more
than tho expense ot the day. Let
the Hd on. t
Card of thanks
I want to- express my thanks
through the columns of your paper
tint to the doctors of Malta Bend
for their kind and prompt treat
death a anglC Bothering 'low
ers for the Masters garden, came
to the home ot .V. E. Grimes and
wife of near Slater and claimed
iron them aT gift their baby son,
Kedledlth Hals Grimes. With
little treasure loaned to tnera lor
iv n weeks Into the 1U-. sickness, and aUo the same to Dr.
and words ot timely warning he
left with us, Also I wont to thank
our friends and neighbors for the
ever helping hand they extended
to us during the last .sickness and
burial ot my loving wife.
I, B, Cllft and Family.
attendants wore John Zimmerman
and Miss Lizzie Stein, John Mctto
and Miss Lulu-Blurahorst
Following the imprcssivo cero
mony the young couple and Invit
ed guests woro tendered a big
dinner at tho substantial homo ot
tho brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Zimmerman, to which placo
thoy woro conveyed In autos.
Music and gamos were tho divers
ion of tho evening, although a few
extra matches may have been made
quietly on tho side.
The newly married peoplo wore
the recipients ot a large array of
handsome gifts which will servo
them as reminders ot loving.
friends "back home."
Among the many Utors the fol't
lowing wero from a 'distance, many
of them relatives: Mr.' and Mrs.
and useful presents. Mrs, Schmidt
will be missed from this commun
ity especially nv.qi'gantst at the
church which position she has long
held, but our loss Is their gain.
May their llfo bo along, useful
and happy one.
Lifelong Friend
June R. Smith and Miss Anna
B. Brown woro married nt the
homo ot her brother, Lewli A
Brown, In Slater on Wednesday,
Oct 10, 1912, at KXi a. m. Rev
nesslar performed the ceremony.
They' loft Immediately after the
ceremony on the 4.45 train for
visit to friends In Oklahoma.
(V groom is-a prominent Uv
cry man of Slater and is widely
known as genial, pleasant and au:
Chas. A. Schmidt, the groom's pur-jeeeaful business man. Tho bride is
d.pm of Heaven. Realizing that
He la too wise to err and tos good
to. bo unkind, medical skill and
tender nursing ot devoted loved
one could not stay, the hand of
death. So on Friday, O.it. Uh, he
fell asleep on earth to awake In
Funeral services which wete"
beautiful and edmfprtlng, .wore
heldv at tho home, after which the
,remana were Interred In Ridge
Park, ceirietery.,
May tho eon-owing pironts find
consolation In the thought that
ho is not dead only gone on be
fore and that ero sin could blight
or sorrow fade.
Death came with kindly care.
The opening bud .to Heaven con
veyed and bade it blossom there.
'Ale.''. hr bonbon. South Jeffer
' adnj l uaky! .Oet; Wtfai at 4' p. pt.
Jwrvlved 'by 'UhMe brotli
ItiWsr- James, 'and .Gar
rett Ld,'ofttbloi ' Gw;
.,lJUMMQm WS.Jy Mwiljr
Uncalled for Letters "
Remaining in tho Marshall,-Mo
poet office, Oct 16th, 1912. If not
called .for in 15 days will bo sent
to the dead letter office at '"Washington,.
Miss Lorene Frazier, Miss Ruth
Mesdames C. D. TiUinghast, Mag,
gle "Ward.
Mr, Walter Canada,'
ents; Ed. W. Schmidt, a brother;
Miss Adela Schelerlm all ot Mas
coutah; Miss Louise Welsbrodt, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, Misses Louise and
Marie Klmley of Indianapolis, Ern
est Hesterroan Mrs. Amelia Wink
ler and Chris Zimmerman,
of Jericho Springs, Missouri, W.
A. Fisher, Sedalla; Peter Viebrock
and wito ot Blackburn; Herman
Straach, ot north of Marshall ; Fred
Lemgo of Arkansas, Kaa. There
wero also many homo people.
After a visit with relatives here
tho young folks will go to houo
keeping near Mascoutah on-1 tho
farm of tho groom's parents
The Republican joins the many
friends In wishing them a full real
ization of all bright hopes.
the'' handsome and accomplished
daughter ot Chas. Brown, a prom
Inent farmer of Slater.
The wedding was a little out of
the ordinary regarding time and
place in order to escape their
friends who were suspicious of an
approaching wedding.
On their return about Nov. 1st
thoy will bo at home to their
friends In West Slater.
Wo Join In best wishes and
hope that their married life
be a long and happy one.
8 Henley & Company f
1 Sweet Spring, MlMearl. S
I W Hnr mm H Karma. I
K PHONK 101. P
the people presently settled back
Into their scats to hear his speech.
Col. Roosevelt began to speak
in a firm "voice, somewhat lower
than Its usual tone and except that
his characteristic gestures wero less
emphatic than usual, there was no
thing about the man to lnd!:ate hli
condition. After he had been
"I'm going to finish this speech,"
said the colonel emphatically. "I'm
niftnlnir his coat It was found to be
Mnnriv. The manuscript of the
address ho delivcrcu soon nncr,nn rigjltf jct mo nlone."
and his spectacle case partially j rjr. Terrell and Col. Lyon sat
stopped the bullet, which had cn-jd,, ngajn. The colonel contlnu
tercd tho right breast and gone ln e(i y9 Bpcceh ovldontly with in
acven Inches and breaking rib' croainK effect, but ho succeeded
but not striking a vital part. jn making himself heard, and talk
Tho Colonel Insisted In making lj for m0rb than an hour. Then
his address despite the protest ofnc wnB rushed to his automobile
his physicians. 'and flashed through the streets to
Several thousand persons, pack- the Emergency Hospital,
ed Into tho big building, cheered Tho reports regarding the Col
loudly ns ho entered, and without lonel's condition havo been watch
a word.to Indicate what had hap- pd with, Interest He seems to bo
pened, went to his seat. For sev-i getting nlong nicely without much
oral minutes, tho crowd, no man' danger of complications or serious
of whom suspected that tho col
onel bore a bullet In his body, kept
up Its cheering.
. . i i ll.
Then Mr. Cochcms steppca o mo
Weddins; Bells, Continued.
front of tho platform and held up! being the only ones present
his hand. There was something In The many friends ot the ncwly
hls manneY which had Its effect up weds extend congratulations and
- w.nw.1 nnl thn chperfnff died best wIshes.-Nclson Record.
on the crowd and tbo cheering died
suddenly nway.
"I have something to tell you,"
.... m II J
aaltl Mr. cocnems, -nnu. i nu,,o ,u n nni.v Anti mi. Nana
will receive tho news with calm-n WVM mnr,Nl wdnedjv at
ness." Ills voice shook as hespokeJthe hQme Qf he ofdaUnB. mlnU.
nnd a deathlike stillness iettled. Rov D c ,n jiartjaij.
over the throng. ; h?rillowInir the ccremonv. thevwent
"CoL Roosevelt has been shot; . i,,i,iAt. i,nm rrn
ho U wounded,' ho said In i alow hefC thpy WQn gV(jn areceptIotu
tone, but such was the stillness About M gUMts wcw present nnd
that every ono hoard him. Inmost enlovable time was had. The
A cry of astonishment nnd nor-,, ,. n,M, (i-.-,i t
ror went up from the crowd, whlchi. . chpv.antMomllm. .nd the
was thrown Into confusion In an .. . esnoclallv attrac-
Instant. Mr. Cochems turned anU.Uve Mp nnd H L naU Jnd
lOOKCU inquiring' '""'
"Tell us, are you hurt?"
Men and women shouted wildly.
Some ot them rose from their scats
and rushed forward to look more
closely at the colonel.
Col. Roosevelt rose and 'walked
to the edgo ot the platform to
oulet the crowd. He raised his
hand and instantly there was sll
once. v
"It's true," he said.
Then slowly ho unbottoned his
coat and placed his hand on his
breast. Those in tho front of tho
crowd caught eight of tho blood
stained garment.
"I'm going to ask you to be very
quiet," said CoL Roosovclt, "and
please excuse me from making you
a very long speech. I'll do the
best I can, but, you see there's a
bullet in my body. But It's noth
ing. I'm not hurt badly."
daughter, Ada, and Mr. and Mrs. S.
T. Hall nnd aon, Truman, attended
tho reception from Marshall, n.
L. nail was "fortunate" In securing
the darning needle when the wed
ding cake was cut
Tho happy young couple receiv
ed many nice presents. They will
reside at Mt Leonard. They are
both popular and most excellent
young people who have the best
wishes ot the community.
Miss Dora Thomis of Wammi
ker and Louie DIckerspn of War
Bdw, Mo., stole a march on the
people Saturday. They sail they
were going to Marshall to do some
trading. When thoy arrived there
A quiet but pretty wedding was they decided they would cot mar-
solemnized at Gilliam Oct 3d Rov. rled. Judge Ferrlll pronounced
Norvell pastor of tho First Baptist them husband and. wife.. They
church officiating. Tho contract- drove to tho brides sister, Mrs.
ing parties being C. L. Grimes of, Edgar Reld pear Herndon.
near Marshall and Miss BettieQuis The brido is tho youngest daugh
enberry of Slater, The attendants, ter of C. M. Thomas and is a most
were Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H, Grimes of excellont young lady. The groom
Slater, brother ot the groom. Is an Industrious young man. They
Although tho wedding had been both havo a host ot' friends who
anticipated by the many friends wish them a long and happy li'e.
iot tho young people, It came as a
Another Snake Story.
- JWe thought the snake story sea
son' over last week, but W. A.
Smith of near -Ridge Park ceme
tery, iBavjayus, HtkarHefsald his Burprine ft8 the near relatives of f
wife 'HOtleed rHhode Island ,Hed,Jthe bride and nrroom know nothlnsr.1
puUet, flopping around, raysterlouS' Qi the- marriage, until the cere,A-'Tonn. w (Boots) Koenig, son;
'w 'MWiffi'wiiii'y had, been pronquonced and of "Mr. and Mrs. P. n. Koenlgand
Among; the Sick
Dr. A. C. Putnam was called to
Lucerne, Putnam county Mo., Sun
day to see his mother who Is very
Mrs. J. G. Goodwin is out again
atter a month's confinement as the
result of a severe shaking, up re
ceived when their auto struck a
nit and overturned.
A sigh ot relief wont up from the . .. ,.V " " "
a 7a ..M...,f .bn critically 111 tho past week;
crowd and then an outburst of
tumultuous cheering. Thoroughly
reassured by tho colonel's action,
that he was In no serious danger
John Solomon, of South English
Ave., has been very low tho past
lm ill. J ,
; MftvrvlVW; .Hid wlthlwr.
'at thtflMiMMi -rt t p; ,m.Tue-
"I 'j;
nseKanavu teeui dumbo at tne
thmkh:! MJtlthv awake 'and
xl-J 1. '111... t-f'l.'-'-jfL.
ready to ask. forgiveness' mJm n,h Ward, adopted daugh-
arid receive congratulations.- They W or rsv Buxton, both, of, this
departed wf tho- Hamnv??' for cp. w,o jjiuu n marriage at
Springfield to attend, tlie filr and 9 o cloek p., at; t , the home ot
ii 'i . . st . . i " i wmt - i 3 . nnniuM r r
Polaiul-.Ghina Hog Sale
S N. Stcdem & Sons will soil on their farm near the citv S
limits of Marshall, Mo., adjoining the old fair eround on tho jg
south, on wb
TUESDAY, OtCXOMER, 32nd, 1912. S
at X p. m.
a fine lot of the Biff and Medium Type Poland-China Hogs,
tho big boned kind, the easy feeder, the prolific kind, the
farmers hog,' that fill the pork barrel. An exceptional fine
lot of triod Brood Sows and Boars, and some Herd Boars,
Spring Shoats and Summer Pigs, about 80 head. Tho herd
has been through the cholera and havo been vaccinated two
months ago. Here is whore you can get the right kiud at
your own price. . Parties from a distance will find free con
veyance to the sate from the Weber and Howard hotels, at,
12:45 p. m.. and rejtura after the sale. Time of sale 1 p. m'.
Place, Stedems Stock Farm. Sale under cover. Send for
Catalogue, " Respectfully,
Stedem. & Sons,
near nere as
0. KifMt;lACT The Wedding 9 MAMHAU,
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