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IX .V. MARSHALL' MPUBLICAN Marshall Republican. P'jttllthtd err ThvfAtr nd nlrtd In pot 0(lli Mirihall, M., icond-tUt milter Terms: $1.00 per Year in Advance J. .1 WITT. Editor and Proprietor ( omce. Hell. 9: Telephones: Ofllce, Hcrndon 29 ( Residence Hell 496. Thp blir Democratic victory Ja not a landslide It Is simply a division of the opposing party. The filngre-tax amendment re cclvcxt only 161 votes in the county n ncr'ittut 6135 onnosod that Is what Is called, a land-3llde. Let's not bo factlonallsts now Remain good citizen? and when tlr next tlrno ernes to vote you'll have no trouble finding out how to vote. The Beauty of a South Bend Watch is not caso deep, but goes straight through to the springs, screws, stalls, wheels, jewels and all the rest. Perfection in tho small usually overlooked details makes South Bend Watches tho world's standard of accuracy, beauty and durability. This wonderful watch is twelve months in the making. It requires 411 inspec tions and is tested in electric furnace and ice beforo leaving the factory. Made In Any Model South Bend Watches are tnado in any model from tho ladies' small, thin model to tho stan dard railroad timepiece. Each is a marvel of accuracy. No one is so blind as the person who won't see. Don't let prejudico blind your better judgment. Old-fashioned or unreliable watches are a nuisance. Investigate tho South Bend in our store. The facts willl surprise you Are You a Good Judge of Jewelry? The better judge you are the more you will appreciate tho quality, beauty and low prices of our varied stock of rings, mesh bags, silver buckles, clc. Wo know jewelry value', and through the facilities our long experience has made, wo are able to supply you with best values in jewelry. Jewelry for Presents Our storo is the ideal place to get sug gestions for wedding or birthday presents. The stock is varied and tho prices aro so varied that every kind of tasto and every kind of pockctbook is easily suited. We have many inexpensive but dainty little novelties which will make excellent gifts. It will lay you to look over our stock today. The KcIIey-VuM'tcr Jewelry Company llrmluunrlrrs lor llit Ural In lowrlrr anil M'lch M'HST KIDH Of NOUAKI! 'a 12 10, 3:4 .8 The Chicago International Live Stock HxK)sltlon will bo held at the Union Stock Yards, N'ov. 30th to Dec. 7lh. While om; of our peoplo have been attending this ito"k show, more could do so at a profit to themselves. Woodrow Wilson wis far from revolving half the votes of the Unl ted Staten. Of the 15 m'lllon vote cast he received only six millions, Roosevelt four and Taft three In round numbers. Debs received nearly u million. .71 '4 bb will bijln. Tli5 Democrats ir . as sharply divide J bctwocn stand-1 pats and progressive as ths He-, publicans are. The stand-pats arc going to have a say or cause a rumpus. I 99 The "robber tnrrlff', "h gh coit of living," etc., have suddenly lost all their terrors. On asking a Demi ocratic politician whether living will be choapsr or the tariff re- Eaa&3! on board ' At this s oison the channel be come narrower and the hydrog graphk: maps indicate that steJm crs should not run more than four and o no-half miles an hour. The Royal Geoorgo R is estimated by some was running at n speed of at least eighteen knots an hour In an effort to got into Quobes before the immigration offices closed., Q "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and caa do, all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardul atrial. Now. I feci like a new woman." Btt Take Indian Lands to be Sold Antlers, Ok. Nov. 10. It Is an nounced that tho sale of tho se gregated Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian land, the last groat land opening in Oklahoma, will take place shortly after January 1. Fin al plans are now being completed and ovory town and village in the segregated district Is alive to its opportunities in tho big auction. The counties forming the dis trict have organized an association to assist the government In every way possible. Tho segregated dis trict is composed of a 400 mile stretch of fcrtllo plains, verdant meadows, forests and mountains that Test abovo n rich mineral field streams of abundant gypsum, ce ment, Took asphalt, lime, brick, shale, clays and marble. It con sists of 1,937,000 acres or 0003 acres more than tho combined areas of Delaware and Rhode Island. One-half of tho known coal de posits in Oklahoma nro within the borders of tho old Choctaw Rcscr vatlon. Of the 445,000 acres of this land 105,000 acres aro now under lfviflf tti onnl pnnmnn til ni nml mil it partly developed. Most of the y J m ' WU nVcraf lease have fifteen or twenty years of t,ons ? th, acro Thc ,ma n to run, and at the termination their ?oal y ' CX'om,S ""Interruptedly .ii.nn.idnn u-ni i. i... from the Arkansas lino from Fort it,i. i. Smith 125 miles southwest as far ns CARDUI Tho Woman's Tonic A woman's health de pends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her wholo' system. It Is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of thc aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardul at once, and avoid more scri- ... ous irouDies. we urge you to try it Begin today. -J Kress. Under the present lease system tho coal companies pay tbc government a royalty of 8 cents per ton. In addition to thc 445,000 acres of mineral and coal land, thoro wl'l be released by tho same sale 1,292 000 acres of segregated timber lands, and approximately 200,000. acros or unallotod lands. It Atoka, Atoku county. , The government Ins appraised thc total 1,289,102 acros of timber land at $3,783,437, or nt $2,031-2 an acre. Having a Good Time The Democratic victory last i- week not our boys wild and they estimated tho timber lands contain celobratod the occaaslon in many 170,000,000 feot of hardwood and wnyB' 0n0 ot thom wnB to tnko 1,080,500,000 feet of pine. About tueir loacnor 0Ul ,or n"unrouacK" oucca no win usuai.y ny -u. , no. , , Th , , , cnn Th Gathering of Nations all call upon the name of thLord half of tho tlmhored area has ap- rme. oomo o. i . m inoug,u u KStSl -prcentatlve, t, a-onven- Thq how that to servoUn with one cLen 3,000,000,000 foet of .."h'a S I Uion but !! I ry for the Balkan, war has already begun Anyway the physical earth -.bid- hk tQ ... Uko hlnf out t I, .en '.all and - " worth oi American stock, and We aro mot going to let thc fact I Greatest Corn Crop Vants to raise monoy quickly her' State News ... .i ...fi.i.. T n w .n I . nr . I. I . i . worrv us lor 'awnue w in our non t....i.i... xt.. n, ni i. ni...n... ti .nrnni "!.- . - . ... . . . , . " isiniiKiun, .iw. o. iv curii triiji i .wm.w .....j . . MUmii4 flchonl of boon a much mnntnil miMilnn n ,cs ,s, ouwgo aneac ru m ng a f 3,1o9(137.000 bushels or 281.021- of her American stocks. The mon- rh mWn m.t orm.nt MHmntra ninn volv KZSTl!!!: Z Vlr ago of 10 po.lt.at .,0 Senator gcthor'lMiforo tho rtcxt election as c()U,try of 'the world, Is tho fea- ly, for the stocks thus sold n. couple of years of "tariff for re- ture ot the country'a mou ramark bought here. venuo-' wu not only cause them nble ngricuUural ypnr , ,llitory, Tho Unlttsl States had just start', Waco, Texas, who died at Ex- dcr leislnfir sy cm where to forget their grievance, but will, according to the November rron ed on a period of trreat nrosnoritv. li.i- fln,inM nn o-K Btb and ,U.. !.?..M".ln5 8yatom' whcrc- irh!lvl ri. ,,.1.;. D1. 1 , .1." nn.- 7.. .:. .. .-' -o- .. --- - . uy nxoyauy 01 sccnis per ton Is according .to the November crop ed on apenou or great prosperity, c0i8ior Springs on Oct. 0th nnd b niyalty of 8ccnt. nor ton Is report of 'tho U,nlted Stsite depart- but-If thc Balkan war turns out to 8eoms to Jiavo no heirs, Is found collected, this amount of eonl Thc report -completed tho govern- be a serious war, there Is no telling to havo i0tt over n mllUon dollars. wouW M tho Cho.tw, o500 ment of (agriculture, Issued today, what harm: It may do to our pros- jf our name woro Zimmerman, t " ' make the Democrats m'.s thankful that they have someone ihe to turn to lor relief. tho nation's principal farm crops, perlty. In one week Europe has J. A. Wayland, editor of the Ap-I Tlllr grcat ct0V ot corn wnB wortl1 00,(1 ,,ft' m'l"0" dollars woorth of peal to Roifion' the big Socialist' on Nove'n',(r 1 to farmers $1,850- American stocks and this has Bi weekly at Oirard, Kansas, shot 77C'000- ' ! ' rendjr n"octe(l both tho Btock nf" himself Sunday n'ght, leaving the' T,u enormous sum of $t,171,t34,- ket and monoy market hero. If message "Llfo under the comp-tl-'000 represented thc farm value on the genoral European war, now tlve system is not worth the "of-1 November 1 of "the United States freely predicted, results from the fort." Mr. Wayland was an able crons ' 'wtn ,uiy' wnoat oat8- Balkan imbroglio, who can forsee and useful man and his rash act ' potatoes barley, flaxseed, ryo and tho troubles that wilt result here to be regretted. His business meant' uukwheat. With tho value of from the nocesslty of finding the much to tho town of Qirard and I tue 8row,nB cotton crop and tho monefy to pay for tho American ho was consldorod one of tho'cr1s of 'tobncco rlc0 an1 "PPl, stocks that will bo thrown upon town'sbest citizens. The fact thatl tne Aggregate value of these prln- the European market? It is folly ho was summoned to appear in court Monday morning on a charge of publishing defamatory owttor may have discou-ajed him. Saline CountyTar iff League Since tho recent election It ap pears that tho elty papers are go ing to keap up the split between thc Republicans and Progressives for selfish reasons, as there can be no other poBsfblo excuse Tho Republicans have learned a lesson that his i)0 doubt ellmlnatoJ any further dos!rs to boss ; Progressives havei earned that' no matter how eood their plitform they cannot expe-'t to win as long ui thsyuro divided from thslr fellows who IwVe tho same endi in view as they. And both will probably learn soon that a "tariff for rov 1)0'' is as harmful to our pros perity as over,' Wo would like to see the "big city" papers proscr, but not as a result of strife among our best cltlzonfl.. i In order to overcome this wo have this week begun the organi zation of tho "Sullno County Pro tective Tariff Loague." The objjet of this loague la to attempt to reunite protectionists 4n ai man- ' lBea inai wnjr wu nor oe voting ifniftik. Ei?h member aorreea to r tmd ' nv i.iii? uuL-iaiuir. 71 inHirinrv. c', Bveryopei pay.,. ailOc membership '4 fTOq"'jjrr3r exppiwes of printing and'.poa'g to taking a vote of ''.-The decisicMiT of the tioatriio will no clpal farm products will amount tor us to Imagine wo aro not vlt well beyond $5,000,000,030. ally Interested in. the ,peace of Upon the preliminary estimates Europe, ot production and. prices nnnounc-' All this emphasizes the truth ot ed todiy, tho value of the crops Zeph. 3:8. II reads, "Therefore figure out 'as follows : I wait ye upon me, salth tho Lord, Com, $1,850,770,000; hay $854515- until the day that I rise up to tho 000; wheat, $(03,639,000; oats, $470-'prey; for my determination Is to 169,000; potatoes, $189,CO!,O0O; ba ley, $120,815,000; flaxseed $39,C030CO; rye, $24,370,000 ; huckwhoat, $12520 000. , There was un increaso In tho to tal valuta of each of thoso crops, excepting t buckwheat, potatoes barley and. rye. The Incroaso net ted $515,057,000 over tho valuo last year's crops. (rather tho nations (by means of cable, telephone, steamship nnd railway linos, wireless telegraphy, automobiles and flying machines) that I may assemble tho kingdoms (unite their financial, commercial n-nd governmental Interests) to pour upon them mlno indignation, of ovon all my fiorcb anger; for all the earth (the present 'social fab Record crops of corn, potatoes, rlc) will be devoured with tho flro flaxseed, oats, barley, rye and hay of my Jealousy." were harvested this year. The The conflagration which Is to Rovernmont's official estimates of destroy 'the social earth is not lit thc value of tho various crops und oral fire, for tho next verse goes Us final estimates of total pro- on to aay, "For thon will I turn ductlon will "bo announced in De- to the people a pure language cember. (truth undeflled that they may fouBi3oc?HnoorE3ocg5gcsao MONEY TO LOAN i havu money to'loan at five and one-half per cent an nual ntor.eit. with tho priveiejje to the borrower of paying I any part ot, principal at any time, and rebate the interest, it horn dato cf payment. , These are liberal terms and if you,wnt money lf now Js a good time to get it. ' 4 ' f fnrnich tihilrtiAto anil o.,rt in ..II ...Mf town lots tn. ibaunq county, l have buyers Jqr aliae, cwity I ,Mic,b LbunAHu. "e. '., mar ii nan - we'd bo tempted to work up relationship. Mm. 'J?Uon Leah, formerly of Sedalla, who recently confessed at Los Angeles, OaL, to having pols- lonpfl vaverol persons, has found a now interest in io ana is now 'sojry' she; confessed, Sho does not watif to' Voturn. to Sedalla for trial She has found friend, and learned . thalt fine Is holr to some money, which ha. changed hor condition so that aho wants to enjoy life. Oeorgo Blake was shot and kill ed by two unidentified men with in a few blocks of tho business dis trict of Moberly Monday cftcrnoon. Blake and throe companions had been liptii ,up by the murderers, and later had. taken a gun and gone In March of them. Tho robbers were hiding behind a pile of steel rails and shot him through the ab domen. The murderers then made IJjelreoape into- the wood, west oftho city. Thoy are tramps and later woro Joined by ten other tramps, all ot whom are armed. 400 Off Wrecked Liner Quebec, Nov. 7. About fourun drpdJ of the passengers from the Royal Qcorgo arrived here to-iay on ooard n tender. They were taken later to Montreal on spec ial trains. Captain Selanger ot tha atcamer SaVoyi who passed the Royal George to'day, does not fietleVe the llnfrf Is In a dangerous position. It i went ashore on a bottom of sand and 'gravel, It seems, and only its' forepart tquched bottom. , vAtmtwnf fiir but didn't take thc editor out mnt.nlnc nut thi u. thought It would bo much more ...... . ... i nu ... f ... I I IUII III Uljflt IIUIII UIUUIIU ki has ,. . .1... .,,1.1. i.t uuriivi i'. uw nuuau w.vii ii it er, make tho boy. throw up hands and (lino up nnd make ono toll why ho Is a Repub lican. An occasional nhot In thc air helped them to remember why. But this didn't happen either, be cause Itho big gun referred to was at tho office So the boys wont homo nftor a tamo offort to get thc editor out and thoy are not saying much nftor all their boasts otiwhat they; would do to tho edi hl 1olloVfll Mm nnn I Imrl n in.lim l J. K. Zimmerman, n cattleman $2 per ton at tho mouth otthe mine. 000. Taff, In his survey, found the combined thickness of the coal ap- m ii ii hi ii 111111 in ill n iiuaaaiaw nniaaMimawiu mm iffi The Kenwlck Her is a style which will me.t the preference of a, great many men. It is equally suita ble for the mature or the younger man. Each can please his taste In regard to shade and weave. We have it In a great variety of attrac tive cloths, both plain and fancy. It has the style and dressiness that comes from good lines, fine material and expert tailoring. BiiiiiiniminBmiim Adler' raako it easy for, a'ittim teVoetf in the beMpf go4 teats, without-WiiW ' Wavii-I.. , T iMU'Aul wind prvntad it getting. Mr ili j-Si-Ji ,.'Z"-e J!,I5 m,...-- - "-i " .- " ttjw fmwwnr aawr navssBaavanswT- einEii. j. ; ta. . at - "ksi imrsBtw, : , 3 ' i v s, " n. aaec.