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Marshall Republican
Volume XXI!.
NO. 8.
fa i m
Joseph M. Moloney, aged a I, boh of
MIclioal Maloney passed away at his
Homo near Shackelfdrd oh February
s, after n lingering Illness. Ho had
been 111 for five months with atom
ncuo irounie ana ms sufferings at
times were Intense, but he bore thorn
with great patience and forbearance.
In addition to other afflictions he
suffered the. loss of n limb threo years
ago, which was amputated at St. Jos
eph's hospital In Kansas City.
The deceased was bom and reared
In Sallilo nnd was a devoted Cnlhollc
from childhood and received the last
riles of the church tho day before his
The funeral took place at thcCnth-
olio church at Shackelford, Mondoy,
February 10 and a very largo con
gregation was present to pay tho Inst
sad rites to one who had tho lovo
tand esteem of a wldo clrclo of friends.
Solemn renuem mass was said by the
pastor, Fathor Laurence Mcnny. Fath
er Jennings of Slater presided nt the
organ and assisted by the choir sung"
the high liinss.
Aftur tho tmprcstlvc scrvlco ihn
remains wcro laid to rest in the Mt.
St. Mary's cemetery, near the chord).
Tho pall bearers were: .1. J. and
J. II. Mitchell and P. C. E,vnns of Mar
shall, S. C. Conner of Lnmouto and
Dr. J. 8. Harrison of Shackelford.
W. T. Maddux received a letter
Monday eve from a physician In Now
Orleans, conveying tho sad iutolllfc
oncu that his sou, .Inlnes Moddox,
bad died of smallpox on Friday,
Itbrunry 7( null, and was burled
Saturday, and If more particulars
were desired to wrlto him, tho physi
cian. In vomo wny the family, had
learned that .lames was sick and Mr.
Maddux wont to Slater Monday to
uco Ned Cook who went south with
Win and who had taken .II in to tho
lipspltnl In Now Orleans,' Tho boys
hd.atnrtejUfe9tHrtroit4ii .Autoui
Texas, wlioro they lnul been working,
nnd Jim was taken sick on tho train
and on reaching Now Orleans was
taken to tho. smallpox hospital. Ho
leaves u fathor, mother, six sisters
and a brothor to mourn his death In
his early manhood, as ho was only
-' I years old. Dlnckburn Record.
Mrs. Nancy E. Illlburn, nged slxty
flvo years, died lato Sundny night In
n local hospital. Sho hnd resided In
El Paso, for tho last threo yours and
camo bore from Alnmogordo, N. M.
Her formor homo was In Mississippi.
Sho Is survived by four sons, one. of
whom resides hero and Is connected
-with tho. First National bank. Ilnr
othor sons woro hero nt tho tlmo of
hor death. Funeral services woro
.hold Monday nftornoou nt It o'clock
'nf tho chapol at 008 Texas street and
Interment was in rule In Evergreen
Tho forgoing clipping taken from
on ElPnso paper, was received by Mrs.
Charles Ewcll,
Tho bttcr to Mrs, Ewoll stated
that tho funornl service was conduct
ed by Itov. J. E. Abbott, formerly
pastor of tho First Presbyterian
church hero, but now of El Pnso.
Mrs. Nannie Sprlggs, wife or W. II.
Sprlgg, died Friday, February 14 nt
'.U'uO p, in. aWher Home southeast of
Mrs. Nannie Taylor 8prlgg was
boVn and rearod In Montlcollo, Lewis
county and sho and tho surviving
husband woro married there 33 years
ago. They moved to Saline about
three years nftor their marriage and
cuttled in the Smith's chapol neigh
borhood and that section of tho coun
ty has been (heir home since.
Tho children who survive aro Mar
gin Sprlgg, Mrs MyrI Buntln, Louise
tyrlgg,, the youngest child and Char
ges and Stinoon Sprlgg.
One sister, Mri, Sydney Faulkner
of Hannibal survives and nab been
at tho Sprlgg home for several days.
Three brothers, njso, survive: Mar-
tvln. Wm. and Charles Taylor, all of
Montlcello. The latter came several
days ago to the bedside of bis sister.
Others at tho Sprlgg home, from a
"distance, are; J. T. Sprlgg, a broth-
'i er o(rth'0survlvlng husband, and Mra.
nuby Brewster and bahyj, aij'ahKan
sag, Mrs., Brewston'VhQ'ls, a
Miss Eva Neele Stnlllngs, who has
been teaching the Centennial school
near Slater, notified tho directors
last month thnt sho would resign
from her school tho last of Febru
ury. it being Just the end of six
months, tho directors decided to let
Miss Stnlllngs close the school nnd
not hlro r teacher for the remainder
of tho term. She then gave extra
tlmo to tho pupils and after giving nil
the final examinations will close her
school Friday afternoon. Miss Stal-
lings has been teaching there the
past two years. Never before have
we had a teacher who was so well
liked and that has given entlro satis
faction throughout tho community.
She has been faithful In her work
nnd It Is with regret that wo cannot
have her to teach our school next fall,
as sho refused tho third term. Tho
pupils hnve becomo so attached to
her thnt It will bo. hard for them to
glvo her up. Her home. Is In Sweet
Springs and sho will leave Saturday
afternoon. The directors, patrons
uud frlonds nil wish her success nnd
happiness wherever sho may go.
The following were now subscribers
or renewed during the pnst week:
Mrs. J. T. Fcathcrstouo, Marshall.
Mrs. Eliza E. Cox, Murray, Ohio.
.Mrs. P. W. Harris, Marshall.
(. Vnught, Mnrshall.
L. Itelcachcr, (lllllain.
Mrs. M. O. Ne, Malta llond.
Mrs. Carrie Limbeck, Monta Vista,
(Inbrlol Vogl, Marshall.
Mrs. Molllo McCray, Marshall.
Thomas llauslly. Slater.
Ituv. J. T. Vnrdoman, Nelson.
J. A. (llteson, Nnpton.
I). M. Crockett, Sweet Springs.
8. I. Wright. Marshall.
II. L. Williams, Nnpton.
W. F. Hickman, Nnpton.
C. C. Hnnes, Nnpton,
Hugh Wilson, Nnpton,
Frank Nicely, Nnpton.
Lewis Taltou, Marshall.
Ilie Two DlMitterntiM Flrc. nt Coluin-,
bin HnMciiH the Purchase of
Dettcr Fire Equipment.
II. (1. Allen. Jollot, Mont.
ti .-MfVThM.'MnrsfiniL
Oscar Dnthago, Malta Bend.
Mrs. J. H. McFnddcn, Marshall.
Mrs, :m 111 n Bright, Malta Bend.
A. F. Curl, (Irnnd Itoundu, Oregon.
Thos. Burko, Slntor.
J. A. Vnuuhan nnd J, W. Harris
were over from Miami township Mon
day nnd made iih nn ngrcenbln call.
Mr. Harris has recently purchnsnd the
Miami telephone exchungo and wns
here on business In connection with
It. Mr. Vuughau Is a lonesome
bachelor who came nlnng to keep out
of mischief at homo. Aftor putting
In a half day littering up our office
cutting nut fnucy pnperartlcles re
sembling hearts very much, ho camo
to tho point nnd admitted thnt ho Is
still looking for tho widow ho read
about In the Republican ten years
ago. Ho didn't want our sympathy
though, saying It's lot of fun trying
to got married and getting left. We
know of follows In Miami township
not half ns handsome as Mr. Vaughnn
ho there's still hope far him.
Clnronco 55lnk returned tho first
of tho week from an extended trip
through tho northwest pnrt of the
1'nlted States where ho vlsltod a num
ber of nutomobllo factories, getting
first hnnd Information on tho latest
automobile Improvements, Mr.
Ink devoted a largo pnrt of his tlmo
to testing machines nnd electric
starters. At Dayton, Ohio, ho work
ed In tho Dolco lnbratory works test
ing two McFatiln O's for Theo.
ICuntze and Ed. Staub. These ma
chines will nrrlvo abput the first
week In March.
Mrs. Lula ' Howery received a
telegram last Friday stating that hor
grandfather, 0. V. Howery, of Colo
Camp. Jiad died and for hor and her
sister, Mrs. Frank Ranalgan, to
come. Mr, Howery was 87 years, ,10
months and 4 days old. The funeral
was held at Cole Camp last Sunday
at 2 p. m. W,L. Hower nnd eon
of tho county west of Marahall also
attonded the funeral.
Joseph Kl.rtley Graves. 50 years of
ago, died Wednesday, Feb. 19;, at
0:30 a,, inl 'nt hls home on N( Lafa
ette For - the past '20 years the
The pnst week brought two groat
Items of news that claimed the atten
tion of the country. The release of
Diaz from prison by the n! of deser
ters from tlfte Mexican array and nls
assumption of leadership of tho re
bellion that has been In progress ng-
nlnst Mndcro and the desperate 1:011-
f lift In the streets of the capltol of
Mexico and the thrilling story of dis
aster and heroism from the south
polar regions sterrcd men's blood.
The sltuntlon In Mexico has Involved
tho iiuc.Hlon of intervention by the
United States and naturally has ar-
roused discussion as to tho proper
course that should be taken by our
Tho announcement of tho possible
Btrlko of 30,000 fireman on eastern
railroads was ono of tho disquieting
Items that was deprlcnted as foolish
and needless.
The' progress made In the passage
of tl.u Ifenyou-Wobb bill In congress;
he provisions of which make tho ship
ment of liquor from a "wet" Into u
"dry" state subject to the laws of tho
In tier nnd prohibit such shipment
when tho Intention Is to mnko use of
the contents of tho package in viola
tion of tho locnl Inw was received
with approval by tho ndvocnUs of
tempernnco every where.
Tho most remarkable achievement
of science In generations and perhaps
In history, Is announced by Sit1 Wil
liam Ilnmsny nnd some other chem
ists, who believe thoy hnvo changed
one atom into another, or have creat
ed an atom.
Tho Illness or J. P. Morgan, the
iionoy king, caused a decline In stocks
nnd bonds, showing his tremendous
Influence over tho money market of
this country. It Is reared that ho Is
critically 111 and In caso of Ills death
serious complications mny arise -In
tho financial world.
Tho arrest or President Mndoro of
Mexico Is the latest debclopment In
tho situation In Old Mexico.
Oeorgo C. Lee, oldest son of
General Robert E. Leo, died at his
homo in Rnvensworth, Virginia on
Februnry 18th nt tho age of SO years.
The proposed equal suffrnge con
stitutional amendment wan orderpd
engrossed in the Missouri senate.
Nineteen senators went on record In
rnvor or the amendment.
Governor Wilson's seven anti-trust
bills were passed by the Now Jersoy
hctiso or representatives Tuesday in
exactly tho same rorm ns they passed
I ho senate Inst week and It Is ww
probablo that the governor will have
the pleasure of signing snmo beroro
he retires to nssumo his duties ns
Headquarters have been opened by
tho national association, opposed to
Womnu's surrrago at Washington, D.
C. and It Is claimed tho beginning of
a most comprehensive cnnipnlgn nga-
HBt tho oxtonslon or the rrnnchlso will
bo undertaken.
Tho Central National Dunk of
Ooonylllu closed the deal Tuesday for
$25,000 of the capital bonds, leaving
$2,075,000 still ror solo.
The Inauguration or Raymond Poln-
care as presldont of tho French Re
public for a term of seven years took
place Tuosdny with very simple core-monies.
Messers A. G, Mceely and 'A. R.
Wall or the Y. M. O. A. and Miss
Martha Mounts or the Y. W. C. A.
or Missouri Valley College returned
Monday rrom Parksvllle, Mo., where
they were attending tho coherence
of student volunteers or Western Mis
souri held at Part college. These
young people aro preparing ror mis
sionaries and also represented tho
student volunteer band or M. V, C.
Mr.. a nd Mrs. Henry Hayob or West
Immediately following tho dlsas
terous fires last Sunday morning nt
Columbia; E. H. Guitar's shoe store
and C. B. Bowlings, suburban resid
ence, n committee of gentlemen left
for Chicago for the purpose 'of exam
ining the engines and fire trucks on
display at the meter show show be
ing held there this week. Tho com
mittee, which had been appointed by
the mayor previous to the fires, Niad
visited Kansas City and Chicago with
lerercnce to purchasing better fire
equipment, but will now no doubt
decide nnd buy Immediately n chemi
cal engine nnd motor truck for the
firo department.
11 is buiu inw committee Held n
mooting on Sundiiy afternoon nftcr
the fire nnd left that night for Chlca
Ed, Oultnr, whose shoo store wns
ous of tho buildings completely des
M-oyed by the fire, which was one
of the most terrible ror years in the
university city, wns rormorly with
lloux Brothers shoe store, here, and
his wlfo was Miss Parish, ono of Mnr-
hall's BWectest and best young ladles.
Their wide circle of friends In Mar
rhall regret that Mr. Guitar has had
the bad luck to lose his store which
wns one or the lending shoe establish
monts In Columbia.
He carried about eighteen thousand
dollars worth or Insurance on his
Mock nnd the building was owned by
another party.
After having spent nearly eleven
hours fighting flro at the Guitar store.
tho clilor had Just driven into tho fire
station, when another flro nlarm was
turned In from the suburban home
or C. D. Bowlings. Being outside the
city limits, it would hnvo taken elev
en hundred lent or hose to reach It
and tho department had only nbnu
six hundred nnd tho Urn company
could do nothing but assist In saving
tho household goods. The loss of the
homo was estimated nt about $25,000
The cheerful girls' Sunday school
class of the Chtlstlan church 'was
again delightfully entertained. Miss
Thcodocln Huff, nun or the members
or the class entertained the class at
a Valentine party Saturday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock nt her home on Woit
Boyd. Ilcnutlful music wns render
ed by Miss Noonan of Kansas City
and others. Ono of the many enjoy
nhle features wns tho mysterious
lunch. Another feature was the
pining of tho bnunun Into the hand
of tho old Dutch Cleanser woman by
being folded. Tho prize was won by
Miss Maggie Pollard. The booby
prize being won by Miss Ruth Saun
ders. A luncheon wns served by
MIrbch Mable Humans and Helen Muff
consisting or salad, pickles, potut'on
chips, sandwiches, Ice cream and
enke. s Mrs'. Pollard.
Tho local Democratic party work
ers enjoyed n feast at the Eagle's
club Saturday evening. R. M. Rey
nolds, chairman of tho county cen
tral committee nnd n member of the
state committee, acted as tonstmas
ter. Representative Joshuh Bnrbee
and Judgo J. V. Chase were tho
principal speakers or the ovenlng.
Short nddroBses wcro made by the
following: J. II. Auer, Jus. A. Walk
er, George N. Orear, C. B, Bacon, J,
F. Swisher, Clint Burnhlll. J. L.
Itoberts. W R. Scott, G. A, Radford,
C. D. Newton and A. L. Preston.
Tho question or holding monthly
meetings wns discussed.
Baking Powder
Purity in food, iower cost of living
these are tlie demands of the day.
Pure food is health, t nd health is economy
itself. We cannot have Jxealth without health
ful food.
The most healthful "oods are the quickly
raised flour foods b scuit, cake, muffins,
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingrec.'ents.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foods in specially attrc. stive, appetizing and '
wholesome form, and f r both economic and
hygienic reasons, such ood should be more
largely substituted for r eat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, whole-
some food
Tho petitions to the county court
asking for an appropriation of $1,500
to assist in getting a rurm udrlser
uud also asking ror n membership ret
of $1.00 to tho farmer's bureau, are
being circulated In every township.
They will nlso bo found In nil the
banks of Murshnll and In the banks
ol the towns or Sullne. At the Mnrch
term or the county court these peti
tions will bo presented and they
should havo a strong representation
or tho fanners and business men or
the county.
As we hnve said so many times be
fore. Sallno cannot nrrord to be be
hind uuy movement thnt is for the ad
vancement of the county's Interest.
Nine counties of the state have al
ready raised the requisite money to
obtain an advisor and In nil but one
of these counties the county court
has made the appropriation asked
for. Eleven other counties are whoop
Ing up tho matter with good prospect
of success. Saline's wldo awake
pushers aro also agitating nnd advo
cating the necessity or n farm advlnor
nnd farmer's bureau, and will we are
sum be In
Han-iK City .Market Report FiirnMinl
by the Moe Land .Milling Com
pany, February III.
opened closed closed
- - - yetcrdajv
May 804 SC5i 80?;
July sc sr; 8G
May 51U CI ni U
July r.2?i 52 U 52
Sept 52& 62 5214
Home Market
No, 2 Wheat 97
Snap Corn 45
Whlto shuck 13
Mixed shuck corn 41
Furnished ,y the New York Racket,
Wednesday, February ll.
Springs ! 11
Hens ll
Geese 07
Ducks ,10
Old Roosters 05
Eggs U
A team of horses attached to one
or P. M. Wnlkcr'B undertaking wa-
the rrout ranks of thlslgons, while standing In front of the
movement and will be In a position to
have n farm ndvlsor before the spring
work begins.
Put your name to the petition ns
soon ns possible, then try to get some
one else to sign it.
Business hat' gone wrong around
tho Southorn BMllnrd Parlors the
past week. The manager, I, N. Ruff,
has been "up In tho air" so thnt he
couldn't toll a dime from a pool ball
and the boys hnvo been smoking his
best cigars by the wholesale, But
he mustn't be blamed a little son,
who arrived on the 9th, has been
keeping him stepping around pretty
lively and or course jils thoughts are
all at home,
A daughter was born to Mr, and
Mrs. Oscar Fink, at Tulsa, Okl'a., on
February llth,
Mrsy, L. F,- Urban returned' to h.er
Mioiiie In Kansas City Sunday evening
nleeerjMr .Sprjgg, will remain deceased has been connected wlthjAcrow are up again after an attack UttefVa week's vlst with, her l""1:
fTm&mmV;. .. :, - Mr,, e, b, .,.. -
,1 1
Messrs. Ernest nnd Mllleard Tabler
and sister delightfully entertained
their friends nt their pretty coun
try homo near Norton with n Vnlen
tlno party. Numerous games In
touch with St. Valentine's day were
played, after which, a sumptous three
course supper was served consisting
of heart-shape oyster patties, Sara
logo chips, heart shaped ham sand
wiches, cheese straws, pickles, fruit
cake, coffee and mints. Mr. W. H.
Swisher us tostmnstor and Holmes
Dawes assistant opened the mall box
which contained 150 valentines that
cnusod much amusement nnd laugh
ter. The guests numbering about
fifty, depnrted at a late hour, wish
ing tho 14th of February came twice
a year.
undortnklng rooms on South Lnfuy
ette, became frightened at an auto
mobile Wednesday afternoon nnd
turned the vehicle over on one side.
One of the side lamps was broken.
The driver, Charley Brown, wna
thrown from the wugon but sustain
ed no Injuries, although ho was con
siderably shaken up.
V. F, Dennis of Nltt one of our
prominent farmers, had a sale ot per
sonal property Friday and has moved
to Arkansas to resldo. The- sale was
very satisfactory, We regret the
loss of bo fine a family. k
John W. Foree and Miss Ella
Knaack of Sedulla were married In
the recorder's office Wednesday
morning, February 19, by Judge Fer
rel. The groom Is employed at tho
shoe factory. The young married
couple will mako their homo ror the
present with tho groom'a uncle.
Samuel Foreo, on West Murlon.
Mr. Harry L. Jacobs or Kansas City
and Miss Dorothy M, Senton, also of
Kansas, were married Tuesday, Feb
ruary 18 at 2 p. rh. at the recorder's
office. Justice Hlrum Foril officiating.
' Marriage I.lceBse
James L, Frailer, Miss Ellse
Wheeler, both of Miami. Harry I
Jacobs and Miss DoroUiy. M Seaton,
Kansas City. Junies W. Foree; Mlsa
Ella Knaack, Sedulla. '
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