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Friday, Nov. , 191?..
MARSHALL; REPUBLICAN IK ir Marshall Republican. PufclUhed evtrr Thursday and catered Is pott Olllc at Merthell, Mo. i Mcond-tlnu nailer Terms: $1.00 per Year in Advance J. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor f Office, Bell. 9; Telephones: Office, Hcrndon. 2f ( Residence, Uell 496. John Schrank, who shct Col. Roosevelt recently, has bcnn de clared Insane and sent to an asylum. The great Missouri-Kansas toot ball game nt Lawren?c, Kansas, ' last Saturday, was won by Kansas In n score of 12 to 3. Many went from Saline and wo are told some came homo poorer but wiser. I ? i 9 z GtXp.'i' , As The Joy of Giving The food book sirs: " This more blessed to stv than lo receive" But Iht die-re of aat uroronviniriiennincea or nmnM or tn PC-ropr illness of the Yifi lfctlon received I Mike your Chrlitmti presents nt th occsslon. Not th sutgestlona below. Every article lilted there ! particularly adapted to th Yuletlde eeason. T&! price irs low eneuch to flt the most niodeit puree. .itui csCM Udam '1, 5s a FOIl MEN 1 Shaving-Set I Smoking Set Cuff Buttons Scsrf rins L. Mitch nox Desk Set Silk Umbrcllt Gold Fobs .Christmas GiftlnioBionj I 1 FOR LADIES A Mrah dura i Bracelet) 5H I Coral Ring- . ' Vinlty Boxes Oold Deed Dlimond Brooehis Diamond Er Screws Collar Pine UK I tin rani FOR THE HOMES Sterllntr Sliver Carvlnr Set Knives and Forks Ntpkln Ring- CnckirJir Crumb Trays Cindl Slick Serving Trayal Ycstorttay was Thanksgiving Day and was pretty generally observed. There is unusually much to be thankful for this year. Our pros perity lias been remarkable and this country Is one of the feu that has not been engaged in nor threat ened by war. 3 A South Bend Watch Makes an Ideal Christmas Present No ChtUtmisprtient will be more nppreclf ltd then n South Herd Watch, Every time the retlplent leeks rt It the memory of the giver will he (Isshed before hlin. The South llcnd Is a msrvel at accuracy. It Is Inspected III times before It leaves the factory. It Is tested In "e ipff Hurts rsnclnit from (renin c.!d to bolllna heat. In plannlnc your Rifts Include at trast one South Ilend Watch. Come In and let us hflpjcu pick out deslrabl' , modcsl-prlcrd Christmas prcccnts. We llili.k ycu will find our id Ice helpful. The Kellcy-Vawter Jewelry Company, West Side Square, - - Marshall, Missouri. A Pecan Slump Few of our readers are aware that Loweneteln Bros, are the largest pecan buyers in this coon try, buying In car lota not only at home but through Oklahoma, Tex as and Louisiana, Although they bought and sold successfully over a million and a half pounds of pecans this season, the slump of 6c last week caught them with 260,000 lbs. on hand. This repre sents a loas of 115,000. But thoy take It philosophically as they havo other similar losses when the market broke. Tho heavy sufferer is tho small merchants who were caught with good supplies and a number aro thereby put out of business. Lowcnstoln Bros, bought In tho Miami bottom this season alono $23,000 worth of pecans, showing the largo amount of this valuable nut grown hero. JCCHisxacc-isDoaasi-McxsrioG 300CSE30 The Carnegie corporation was prompt in accepting President Taft's suggestion tint ox-prcsl-dents nnd their widow i should be liberally pensioned in order thit the dignity of their office may bo sustained. President Taft nude the suggestion In the hop; that Congress would take up the mat ter, but this act forestalls Congress State News The I.ex'njton n!ghtwatchmnn Sunday morning of last week shot und killed Stump Hays, co!. The man wns caught stealing chickens nnd shot In trying to escape. Mrs L. II. Thompson, of Clinton. Mo., "failed" recently w th $10 0 0 liabilities. Her husband was ar rested und a search ravenlcd tho fact that most of htelr stock had been hidden and stored In various places. Porccl Poet The Parcel Post Service will go Into effect Januiry 1, 1013. The Post Office Department desires that the wldost publicity be given to the following features of the parcel post regulations: Press Clippings "m"' for a "w" In setting tho type .'or an Item which told of one of The Demons of the Swamp ml... .n.tiii.. ! m.i l lull uiniuivii v if.iii:i'i ifuni t . . . stamps must be used on all fourth '? 1" d-iaa mnttni furhlMi Inrlllilft nil Uie ireu ire mosqulto3. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs In the blood. Then follow the Icy chills md the flros of fovcr. The appe tite tiles nnd the strength falls; also malirla olten paves the way 'or deadly typhoid. But Electric A printer on a neighboring pa-Bitters kill and cast out tho ma per got tho office into trouble thcjtarla germs from tho blood; give other day when ho substituted an you a fine appetite and renow your strength. "Alter long suf fering," wrote Wm. Fratwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, nnd I've had good health ever Record Herald- A little girl who since." Best for nil stomach, liver . ... . ' .1 1.1 .3 .. lit. f . i L r srt hiil hiwii nut wnlk ntr With her kiuiii-v uio. ai cvmn nv i: it, W'e heard n young lady ln-t week read an essay on Woodrow Wilson at n school er.t r.ainm nt. After siylng many nice things, rhe closed by saying, uVe nit hope that we'll not hive any fre trade like we did In Cleveland's time.' The qiKHjr thing Is that som? peo ple 'hope'' that n thing won't hap pen and then vote to mike It hap pen. The Republican side of the house thought the "hope" a good Juke on the Democrats. "beln afflicted with "swelling of kinds of mcrchindiso except point ed mattor) beginning January 1, l!,CM- , , 1013. The ordinary posUigo stamps mu ieon mi w mg wu. w . fj; yT'' Tony Jnnnus, who crorscd Sa- nMW ln wlu not bo fop aunt heard the Inttor coinpl In that cranium s. !lne recently In his hydro-aero- post3go on fourth class mattor, ,,or feot wcrc tlrct1' yi cl' plane, had the misfortune of losing nnd au h mattor boarIng ordinary too whon 1 oul nkl"B,' Hcmdon School Report his airship by fire when he reach- atnmps will bp ircatct 'n M fCr the maldon, "but I nl- ncrnaon ocn00' n-cPori ed St. Louis. Postage". ways think what n nlco rido my Hcrndon e;hool report for tho Charles Coonce wns killed, three rpjnt parcels will bo mailable on tomach hns boen having." j month of Novcmbor, 1912, Totnl persons were dangerou-ly injured Jy nt the offlcN oxception to moUior h hor MVon chU. number enrolled 25 Total numbrr th s belne mido for nlral route .i ,nv n ntrnn. aa)a nucnunnco vorngc ai , 1 1 OlfISS UU ". J Wii JWHB'bV patrons only. Parcel post mall A;ter ontcring tho car tho largest must not bo dopoiited In street u-i iniii nut lint An thn ntuit Pale Faces Palft-iscatL waak. aasl PMbky wosmw wswwiffar trary day wMh wrManry iraaicntas nsad th help of a canna kmlc tsrMk hi building action on tha 'womaiilygyttern. Ifyouan wawc you naad UarduL Maa aJua..'a 1..U U. .TI tiui will act directly on cause of your trouble dui has a record of mora (nan BO yean of success. It must be good. mCARDUI Tht Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effle Graham, of Wlllard, Ky., tays: " was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every montn, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardul, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed &9 pounds. Not Ion cf after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my wo.k, and am in good health," Begin UKing uuaui, today. Kurope lias had a regular war scare tho past week and there Is k till room for alarm. The fight In luuthisistorn Uurope threatens to Involve tho various nations in n general war.. Th'd wou'tl c:rt lly le n terrible calamity, as the mil lions of soldiers, battleships and war forces who are already on the scene ready for nctlon wou'd roon make of Kurope a grewsom? spec tacle. llealiz!ng the Hcr!oun?ss of the mattor, wo doubt wh'thermy Important nation will dare mike a move to bring on the threatened clash. and two severely bnmou when the general store of Frank Kltt redge, at WalsYs Spur, five miles from Popular Bluffs wns blown up by dynamite nt 3 o'clock Satur day morning. One hundred pound of dynamite exploded. The ex plosion rocked houses in Popular jnRi Bluff, and was felt flftoon miles information nwny. Before the explosion the store was discovered in lbm'nby passing train crew. Twenty letter and packngc boxes. That all parcels must boar the return card of sender, otherwise they will not bo accepted for mill- tendance 21. The following have made nn average of from 05 to 100 ln deportment during the month, Clydo nilton, Raymond Mayse, Gilbert Hill, Earl nilton, Claud Hil ton, Lewis Donnls, Mlldrod Taylor, Eunice nilton, Elizabeth Clark, lumbermen, who Jived In n board ing house next door to tho store, formed n bucket brigade, and It was while they were fighting the flames the explosion occu:r:d. The dead and Injured nro of their number. r I 'the remaining six then sat on ldm In a row. When tho conductor came around to colloct tho fares the mother counted tho money, lunfliwl II- nVAr. unttlnil innvalvnnil concerning p rcol mo,. th 0,dft,t und '.tv.. Percy Taylor, Florence Mayse, Al- post rites will bo published later. "lui "ekn nilton and John Chrlsstlnn Life: An anecdote Clark, about Dr. Randall Davidson, bis-' Thoso who hivo mbsed no r , r-'s hop of Winchester, Is that after In spelling during tho month aro an ecclesiastical function as the Melvillo Fonwlck, Claud Hilton, Ell clergy wero trooping Into lun'h on aboth Mayao, Florence ElUott,Mtl an unctuous nrch-doacon observed, &rcd Taylor, Eunlco Hilton. "This Is tho tlmo to put n brJdlo Ida F. Rlclards, Teachor. on our appetites 1" "Yes," rcplltd, L. V. VANDYKE, P. M. Notice, Huntcra No hunting or trospisslng nllow cd on our farms. S. V. Wllkcnson E. R. Crockolt John F. Blaso Mike Keller M. n. HaU H. Ludwig M. A. Schleszer 44-S2p Election Goatee Mr. J. M. Terrell of Marshall, Missouri, arrived ln tho city last Saturday nnd will mako Eaglo Measles T nl.f. l.t. ri ir- m .11 the blshon nhnrnlv. nnd "Mila la recently purchased tho T. J. Bal- th Vm t put bit In our mou'hs i HLVVinL n miauunui. has It Is The Missouri Ruralist estimates tlie loss to farmers by hog cholera Kf. about nine million dollars an nually. Tlds may not bo correct but SaUivo county alone pays a tremendouA sum eaoh year. Isn't It about tlmo somothlng define shall be dono to prevent thin loss? It h good and proper that tho state should go ahead experimenting with sorum, but In the meantime our farmers should adopt drastic measures to ave themselves and neighbors, by burning the carcases keeping tho hogs In smill groups and' watching that no streams aro Infected. The germ causing mealcs not been discovered, but known tint menMes Is through the secretion! of mouth and nose, especially during from Marshall who aro now living tho first fow days of tho disease. n the EEaglo Lako soct'on, arc Measles begin with n reddening of recommondatlon .enough. We want tho eyes, nn Inflimmitlon of the more of thoso good, old -Missouri nose, and bronchitis. These arc people, for tho families who have .1 I.I. II.. ...11, ii xxx. V narper's Bazar: Llttlo Ella's :., wo UTX thcr was an eminent nu ho , nd one day wlillo ho was nt luncheon , the llttlo girl occupied a chair In OF MERIT peopio to cast their lot with u. " hi, urn wiui n iJicnsuni Fop Piles and Constipation! A new and Improved method. "The Invincible Remedy" Is tho best horn treatment ever tried (or these troubles. Four reasons why It Is the besti It prevents thst hard Impaction of th fatces n the rectum ar.d anal canal. It prevents the tumors from protrudlnsr. It keeps, constantly, pressed arilnst the dls "sod parts, asoothlnir and bcillnir salve and quickly brine relief. It Is Supporter, Medlcator and Painless Htc urn Olstendrr. A box containing 18 supporters and one box of salve will be sent to anyone (or SI, SO. . Dr.J.S. McKee, Marshall, Ma. W hen ou vvnnt firit'-cUn cleanlnc and preiilng-don't (oriel PHONE 59 Ladies' Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed All work called for and delivered PHONE 593 R.K. McDANIEL At, resilience on Capitol Hill smile Inquired: "I suppose you as-( slst your fattier In entertaining! bores?" "Yes, sir," repl'cd E.li . gravely, "pleasa bo seated." Weigh Well thia Evidence. Proof of merit Uoi in tho symptoms of a bad cold. For moved hero fram Marshall are The stork had vbltoi at Harold's Convincing evidence In Marshall Hday or so it can not bo doterm- among tho beat peopio on earth, house and at tho same tlmo at thol 18 not tUo 'testimony of stran- 'ned whether the child Is develop- We havo only ono objection to of- doctor's home. On day the moth- er8" ing a bad cold or moasloa. Dur- for, however, and that's about that er and doctor wero talking about ! But tne t-ndorsemjent of Mar- ing 'these days, tho child Is of the little goateo Mr. Ike Terrell la to their babies. Tho doctor said his 8,1811 PtPl' greatest danger to Its associates, wear until "Teddy" Is elected pres- baby was so cross. When ho went' That'a the rui of proof given The prevention of measles Idont, but wo are going to keep Harold aged 2 1-2 years said Mam- nro consists in separating from tho cm' ineixUonlng It In this paper ma, Isn't It funnv tho doctor! Tho statement of a Marshall groups of children, thoso children until he reconsidors. Wo learn too brouo-ht m n onA unuv a ,nt. dtizon. having the first Btagos of a that Mrs. Terrell U sin.:t:onlng all a bad one for himself? -bad cold. At this time tho this paper says about that eoatee. tlo ovl- NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given to all creditors and toilers Interested In thb estate of Oeors W. Mitchell, deceased, that I, Jacob Ml lentil, ad. mlnlstrator of said eitats. Intend to make Final Settlement thereof at the next term of th fro bat Court ol Saline County. Missouri, to b holden at the court houss In said county on the tint Monday of December, till. JACOB MITCHELL, Administrator. First Insertion Nov, t-Jt. children should bo Isolated until Eagle Lake Headlight it Is determined that measles will not dovolon. Tiirlno nn nftnMr of measles and for two weeks nf- Tho evening callers wero chat The following platntlvo note was H. D. Scott, engineer, 369 South Lafayctto St, Marshall, Bio., says: "I was bothered foSr several yenri SomeRopuMl n. rre taking t el. defeat hard and have their fight Ins clothes on. Wo will only say to them (it's agalnit the law to kill ProgrW.ves ,md Democrnts In any maitnoriand they'll gain noth ing by abuse either. Many n man his chingoddils mind and every mm jnhou'jdtchingo his m'nd If he thinks 'ho has bo?n wrong. Sltrc thero's nothing to tpjirr-1 over now n-.t even poeloff c b-w h-d hoped that tho two factions would draw together p:ace fully and naturally, 'remove objection, profit by past mistakes, and start out freahwjth pr'n ip'.es thatc-v.ry honest mm iwau'd endorse. If this -cannot 'bd done, ths only toh'ivg 1 for'the two factions to ke?p up their separate organiza tion On tho hopo of reaching a rjumpromJao later. picked up on tho street tha other by kl(lney and tladdor complaint, dsy- "Dear: Tho rcaio.i I dldnt Tho "tlons woro too free In ...i i.i . nnmaacrn anrl mv 1inM mKiv.l t tel.- ionvnUscencc, Uie child should JJ "f ' nJm.f wlJM, evening In the postofTlce wSlS dragging pain that weaken bo prevented from associating with .aUr 4. ' t. !f 7 cause I haff a Wle on my faVeand 1 couUl not toP out cniiuren. ir the chlia Is Jso- , - "w kan't laff, If I latf It will bust but ino Bmtest oirort. Whon I heard Immediately after showing 7, n 1 'ova A " aw M. 2 of Doana KWd I " Dins of n bad cold the num- to silence, "Ilush, the childran are no u,, ' M ,af1DtLi them and they entirely cured tho loAn?l,.aeVV0r .T,r.?.0O:8ht tint. p. s. burn this un . .complaint The kidney attton be- iiicoaaBcn, sne saia souty. "it ai- eamo normal and I folt much bst- other children. If tho child Is Iso- in.e 'oau 01 th0 talrs Mrs' lated symptom ber of cases of measles could trreatlv rcdupod- Address quest'ons on prevention BV m0 a eeunar rever "You aro ten" dnc'nnatl EnnutpAp. - - - . , M.W of diseases to Proventlvo Medicine, , 1 ,ar inom- An&y are o an honest boy," said the lady, as ' 8810 by all dealer). Price University of Missouri, Columbia. much noaror the Creator than we she opened the roll of five oae-dol '60 cents. Foster-Mllturn Co, Buf "re. nd they spaak tho love that tar bills, "but the money I lost faloi New Yk. sole a-en'.s fo.- the t ln their Uttio hearts never so ful was a five-dollar WP. DWt you ' United States. It miy be true tint a circus al- y as when tho dark has come. Lis- see that . the advertisement?", Bemvaber the name-Doaa's ways takes a lot of money out of tonl" There was a moment of "Yesslm.l replied th? boy. it JdVUKe. no othen .awn, bu an editor down south ro tenso silence. Then - "Mamms," a five dollar bill that I found hin n r nnr iiia nhi. 1.1 1 A i. . , . .n . . . -.-.w " viinusu maiu orucr tsuir ineuago uj a snrvt WhlS houses do not even give a parade per, "Willlo found a bedbug."' jeeawsoo: I had Jt changed so that youtoi'ld pay me a reward." A ten year old girl fresh froaa . Public Sale P, H. Hay will, U at public auc tion his ,eatlre persosial property g MONEY TO LOAN; her first skating on the UktyJask-. conaltlg ol horses, mules, cattle, i sitting' ,4holdIns; coavrse' w;St n,tMe 4 'Naming IrapkmeMts.st i. ' 11. ... : his farm bJy rnUsaa amiHiWAai- at 1 was i jpp;ivcoUs: An admiring parhh Q h&s (Artan A.f a VAimil rflvlnA In on flV-I ll town recent'y had a tl phon; In W , stalled In. the- cjergymin's. .house. j; The good man was delighted with uie icowvemeice ( hjiu usea it im ssedlateJy before going to church. When the tune cam; for h'ra to an- 7 BOunee(the first hynn heead the first ' lines with his . usual' impres- . si ;eness, a4 eonetaded wr.h' : 'L .t aU.nke.'lii'lhywo svta O t; r e' u s I havo money to loan at Ave and one-half per ceat an nual interest, with thu puvcloue to the borrower of paying any pa-t of principal at any time, and rebaW the Interest from date f payment. , , ' These are liberal terins and if ypu want moneyt aoy'i.l 1 lurnUli abstraciiitid perfect titles to all laBdsand Iowa lot " S-tlii ) co i itv,. I jia3 buyers for Saliaa cpuaty I farms. II you have one for saeM me know about' it. , her'mOSt nartlciallP vounsr araa-iln Irra - ra"S ane'eu "ai. vn " ua.t Marahatt and 1 1-a Been me," sher brataUs)r "the .first tisae Jlistood ww feet, we'nl rlf W,lajthlr .ad I eotvit). dnwn .niiuaan. rut ., riaav.ti ) "M(Hile ;ntVr-U .;aiH,! ttnr unoamlr "4sjfi itUei T.ivl-' v 4X1 J HisisUaL . "mv lAoav'. Uut aatAAiaul L'utarrti C southwest miles west , ABIEL LEONARD,, cried Mi-,0lY church on Tuesday, Dsn ttas iap. Kati 4 ... re. M eSVNriOa aeawtred .Battm aWsrS'sar:aar. eue of, (,-"! tiatswt' V" V atau' IJJWft 8jBfJ B nfn.awaa ssa ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice I hereby (Wen that Lttr of Ad mlolstraUon on the aetata o( Alio S. Knglind deceased, weretrranted to tho undenlgnad, on th llthdsy ol November. 1912, by th Probate Court ot Saline County, Missouri. All persona bavins claim agalast said estate ara required to exhibit them to m (or allowance within alx raonthi alter th date ol said letters, or thy may b precluded front any benetlt of such estate; and II such claims be not exhibited within on year from th dsts ol th last Inser tion of th publication ot thla notice they shall be forever barred. HARRY M. ENOLAND, Adrar. first Insertion Nor. lMt p CHICHJSTSPJLLS ft. Maul yniowamm,ail1, AlwafiS StXfltWaJWfSTSI f'TheNet" ' Is the name of tho big ftfteenthou sancT dollar serial story which will appear Ln The Weekly Kansas City Star soon, for the newspaper rights of which the author receiv ed 115,00. The. story,, pronounced, the greatest this popular aoyellst t has written; will not. be .pubilshedT M s book.untll it tas ran serially la this .newspaper. . The thess Is the jitallaa .Maf Mid against that slnjiter back-" , round the author hW thrown 'ti' , Iia. 1 .SVjt'.' iii.i j'7f setter wwmmHfrn jr. issetBsung MJTe-story.Taf; rary MrLsarlch't'sM imvs eftsyassswssa but YKtvm:f;, - W , u."-. ,,ri Iff,- IMWP liWp;LisiUaiMts' ;viAV BBBasrsn 1 - ---- . .. . . t--.- turn Waty i;Th:lKMpaa.-' Vis'WissiW tlM Wsjrtrtyaaaia'-qty