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FltlDAV, Al'KIL 18, 1913.
MARSHALL REPUBLICAN are under double strain strength to live and learn and strength to grow they must have nourishment not over loaded stomachs, but con centrated nutriment to aid nature during the growing period. The wonderful record of Scott's Emulsion as a body builder has been proved for three generations. It strengthens the bones, muscles and sinews; buildt the body, ertatt energy and w'tfor; prevents and relieves colds and fottifies the lungs. Millions of delicate and un developed children have been made strong, sturdy and hearty with Scott's Emulsion, tntitt an having SCOTT'S. Scott Rt Bnwiir. nhotitficM, N. . l!-8 THK CHANT LUCRE AM) MIHH MANNERS. Prom Llfo. FromOur Exchanges Win. Robinson, who was In Satur day fo - lis horse bill IcIIa us that n land trade? took place in tho Fish Creek neighborhood lust week, In which Frank Fischer becomes the owner of the 120 acre farm of lleo. W. lif.ienu Price paid wns $100 pc aero. Lester fett of near Ayrcs unload ed n ' s t'irpshint; oiitilt here Fr duy, which ho will operate In his country next season. The outfit con sists of an engine and grain seporn tor of tho. Hod Klvur Company's innkc Slater News. W. V. Rogots, tho liveryman, came very near lining drowned on Thursday of Inst week while return ing from a trip to Miami. A hcaw rain fell after ho arrived at Miami, nnd on his return Wdmond's creek was considerably swolen, hut he did not think It was deep enough to HWlm hU horses. When a few feet from the bank both horses went un der nnd tho buggy turned over. Tho horses raiuo up swimming nnd look a straight loitrse for the oppotdt side of the stream. Mr. Roger held to the line and team dragged hint to shallow water. .1. A. Teler received a telephone message from his daughter In Kan miis City InlorinluK hint of the marri age of his, grand ' daughter, .Miss Mary Orlgshy, to .Mr. 1 A. Nuwul, or Chicago, the. wedding taking place In Kansas City, Tuesday evening at. 7 o'clock. W. W. Jncoby Informs us that last week ho contracted to build four new residences In Slater, which will cost nbout ip'JO.000. Tim rorldouros contracted were lor .ludg Jno. A. Itleh, Claude Stafford, .1. W. Field and A. L. Pollard. .Juo. MeUol or the New Frankfort neighborhood, had a Mn mare killed by lightning on Thursday. He was fortunate .In having some Insurance on the animal and ho was hero Frl--day to put In his claim. There was a heavy wind storm in the neighborhood of Ayres last Thursday. The barn or Richard Curr was considerably damaged, a portion or the roof being blown away. Slater Rulstor. cjbandma iihjiilky dhad Mary Jane ltrookllug sas born In Oreen county, Ky., October 20. 1828, and uiurrlcM Louts Hlghley, August 20, 1847. They moved to nrownsvllht now Sweet Hlirlngs, In 1K.'7, and have resided hero over slnco. To this union wero born eleven children, seven of whom survive her in daughter of Mrs. .1. V. Farmer nf(Kyes,'ho added, "you've, been read- of being poor." I.llllnn Kllr.nhclh Rogers, Anglo Mur- gagaret Wheeler mid Messrs Herbert Copelnnd, .leese Copeland, C. (I. tin threy and Fred .Iciiiilngs. Parties who are especially rond of drumsticks will do well to get on Hie Invitation list of .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nichols, for they are raining quad ruped chickens this year. At least one chick of a brook hatched lam' week Is provided with four legs. The freak has proved quite a curiosity In tho neighborhood. The annual commencement ml dress or the Miami high school will be delivered this year by Dr. Issne N. Kirnrd, dean of Mlcaourl Valley col lege at Marshall, Mo. Dr. Runrd 'jfiird the reputation of bring a mot pleasing speaker besides' having a thorough acipiiilutaiieif with tlin ed ucational system or the state thrcuKh 'iIh Inllmato ns social Ion with iho state educational department and his servlre as school, His commen cement addresses have won lor him a reputation state wide. Tho pat rons of tho Miami M'hools may ex- Once there was a giant," began Mr. Oracle, when he wus stopped by Bright Wyes. "What was hi name?" she asked breathlessly, "und Is this a really true Btory?" "His naino was Lucre," replied Mr. Oraclo with a smale, "nnd It Is nn honest, truo story. Now don't In terrupt me again, because I have Just been reading one of Mayor Gnynor's speechen and I've taken on the atmosphcro and If you as much as wink, l might but you over the head." Bright Kyes said not a word, but waited meekly nt this terrible threat and Mi Oracle went on: "This awful giant spent most of his time In building cities and he got hordes of people from nil over to come and live near him nnd worship him; and although he was extremely untidy they even called him filthy - they all loved Mm. He would knock tbeni about and make them sutler, but they crawled up to lilm I Just the same." At HiIh lltlght Byes couldn't help crying. The picture of this great cruel giant making people do his base bidding apealed to her tender little heart. "Yes." went on Mr. Oracle, "ami hi; crowded 'em In tenements und he packed 'em In ball rooms and he hustled 'em about and gave 'em In digestion and starved 'em and worried 'em wllh debt, and all for the love of him." "Hut why did they love him?" asked Bright Byes, regaining cour age, "when ho treated them so' horr ibly? I would hate a cruel giant like that." "No yon wouldn't," said Mr. Ora cle blandly. "It Is a mystery, of course lint insure jou that you would love him, and do anything to win his favor. Hut. I am not getting anywhere with this story, and as I must tell yon what happened to Miss Mnnnois." "Who was she?" Tho Crime of Being Ioor In tho April American Magazine Mayor Brand Whltlock of, Toledo, Ohio, gives a most interesting picture of Golden Rule Jones, the famous Mayor of Toledo of a few years ago. Following Is an extract: He was always going down to the ; city prisons, or to the workhouses, and talking to the poor devils there, quite ns If he wero one of them, which indeed hp felt he was, nnd as all of us are, If wo only knew It. And he was working nil the time to get them out of prison, and finally ho and I entered Into a little contract by which he paid tho expenses Incid ent to their trials the fees for steno graphers and that sort of thing If 1 .would look after their cases. Hard as, the work was., and sad as it was, and grievously as my law partners complnlued of the time It took, and of Its probable effect on business (sluco no one wished to be known as n criminal lawyer!), It did pay in the ratlsfnetlon there wns in doing a little to comfort and console, nnd, what wns so much more, to compel In one city, at least, a discussion of the grounds and the purpose or our in stitutions. For Instance, if some poor girl wero arrested, and a Jury trial weie demanded for her, and her case were given all the care and at tention It would have received had she been some wealthy person, the police, when they found they rould not convict, were npt to be u little more carelul or the liberties or In dividuals: they began to have a little regard for human rights and for hu man lire. "Wo completely broko up the old police practice of arresting persons 'on suspicion' and holding them nt the will and pleasure of the police without putting a charge against them: two or three trials before a Jury, the members of wdileh could very easily be made to see, when It was pointed out to them a few time In the course of n three days' trial, that there Is nothing more absurd than that imlleeinoii tdiould make cilmliiiils of people merely by 'sit porting' them, mid sending them to prison on that sole nccounl. It an noyed the officials of course, because 't Interfered with their routine, H i was no doubt exasperating to be com-' Kirschbaum Clothes 15 20 25 The Greatest Clothes Values in America BE A MAN OF FASHION-HAVE FINE INDIVIDUALITY IN YOUR CLOTHES Individuality and distinct iveness show to the best possible advantage in our all-wool, shape -keeping, hand-tailored clothes. That's why so many of the best-dressed young men in town come to us for our famous Kirschbaum "Yung felo" models. Ours is an ex clusive assortment. We've a suit to reflect every taste, every personality. We can give you exactly the weight, the color, the "advanced" or sober cut, the style, you want and at the price you wane to pay. cwfftt,i?ti,A, . rifKkki.m c. Men arc coming in now particularly to see the: Kirschbaum specials at 15, $20, $25 the greatest clothes values in America. Built for style and long wear as well as warm-weather comfort. Guaranteed, to give satisfaction in every way. '."iLEYHE-DOWNING CLOTHING CO. their own members. The same l true of other rami machinery. , "If any one of them discovers t "Oh. she wim the nlr.mt. w,.,.i,.-i . ..n..., ... 1 1 1...W. , uuiioun, or hook or article tnnt 111: PolltcM little lrl In the world. The ,',,. and try some wretch nccordlni: "'""'J'1 rn"' ',,,M,"", ,,U! wonl "r inree mines. Courtesy. Breeding and to the forms of law, Just ns If the Sympathy, were her guardian angels: , w,.n, Koinebody or Importance and and Hint wns born In the country, roiiscqucnro In the world, when thev where the air was sweet and there unnt.l .11 much rather have been on! wns room to breathe. She nlwnvs .. ti... i.iiir,.i.,.t nr riaiiimr nr ninv ... I 1.1 Ill I... I. 1 " - ri - im-,1 w M.u.r .... ....... w, m-jim,! ,,,.amint siu'lo for Hveryone. K idnoehle In ln" or vur 'Hl or, '""Y'ml Hho went nbout Just making 1 ,!,,, headquarters wllh the detail every word or which will be Infer- M!0llo ,,,,. whonovor you gol ' ,ht had been relieved, .lone mm. esllng. Be sure to attend the exer- ,.ar )lt.r, Hj. jUHt ,,, yoil r,., ,,,, fl t Ku( ,MlMr flnd r,)r ,.. eUes at Hie Christian church next 0Vnr. I , on ,,MV ,, immediately ri iunj m innr mil miiircm. ound. "So exceedingly profitable Is this K all members of the asimclntlon tlu. It Is to be given tuto recognition am other communities me to be orgnuh. can't depend on this and have good roads. If we would take notice to the worst plnccv in the roads now and plan as to tho best way they could be drained and graded, and then after our busy neason Is over sup poiio our commissioners, or road bosH In every district, set Just one dny for everybody to do something for the betterment of our roads and Miami News. Tin: m il oit.wiisoN, A sou wiih born to Mr. and Mrs. llurudon of the Mt. Olive neighbor- I til fflt 1 It it vi M Ilia ltllJii (llllltP lltwtat aa . il.l- the guard-ioom at n....... ... - every nine uouieu man mmervo mir ui luravrn mi....... .... iiniivn. ,jy na wo ,j0 pecorat Ion nay. rase u Jpnn( n)Ul Buruj,er or plow. U you can't do this take a shovel, open u ditch that Is filled, drain a mud hoi" How to Make the Hel llutiei On the subject or "Butter 'Sei "Did she make cmel ICIiik Lucre turned the Incident to his own advaii'j lets,." a contributor to the current fill In on the sides or the bridges and feel good all over?" tuci ami made bis nolnt bv drnwIiiK ' lssno of Farm mid Fireside says: In this way, we could have better Mr. Oracle frowned nt this, L, i,H check-book with a nourish,! "Tln-rc are three essentials tor roads und not mUs the time. Let writing his cheek for tho amount f I making good butter. net a day ami do this. Bvery one First, the milk must be clean. make no his mind to observe this day 'Now yon are netting ahead of tb story," be said. "Hut I'll say no to i, f,t nnd declaring Hint this prov- inni: nave patience, ami yon will m, contention that tho only crlnu "Seeoml, the cream must be kept, nnd Improve the condition of our hood. March l.'tth. Mrs, llernuou Is know all about It. You see. Bright J 0ur civilization punishes n the crime cold .nil at an even temperature. roads." Madlxon Times ns follws: W. C. lllghloy, Kd. u, lllgliley and Mrs. John Wolet ot Sweet Springs: Mrs. Siidla Knkles, Gardener, Kuns.; .loe Hlghley, Kan sas City: .lohn Hlghley, Mnrshfleld. Ore.; Charley Hlghley, Phllllpplne Islnnrt. Shu also has twenty-lux grand children who survive her. Mrs. Hlghley had the loving mln Isnntlons of children, neighbors and friends during her last Illness, and Tuesday nftornoon tho body was Inld to rest In Falrvlow cemetery to awnlt the resurrection of tho Just, She was the oldest member or the Methodist cliUTch or this city, and her niistor. Rev. C. T. Wallace, con ducted the services. She dlod Sunday night, April R, 15)13, at 12 o'clock In her 8fith year. Sweot Springs Herald. Mrs. J. 0. Smith, Sr., rormorly or this city, who has been living with her daughter, Mrs. T. O.' Bold of Parsons, Kuns., died Wednesday evening at tho homo of her daughter Mrs, Bouldln or near Sedalla after iiliort Illness. Mrs. Smith and dau ghter, Mrs. Reed hud Just come In a few days ngo to visit relatives and Mrs. Smith wns tukon seriously 111 shortly after her arrival at tho homo of her daughter, Win. Iiawson.and wife 'or Bokers flold, Calif., who havo been visiting the Jailor's paronts', Mr. and Mrs. Ira Caton of route 2 left 8aturduy for their home, Tliey were accompanied by Miss Nettjo Young of near hero who will spend several months there. This party was joined In Kansas OUy Saturdny night ibyl Mr., and Mis. M. F, Wiley and 'j'liofl Townsoud of near here nud all left thuf night for Cali fornia with the beat of wishes from tholr many Nelson friends'.--Nelson Record, Tho senior class of the high school consists of six girls' and rour boys, The calss roll Is a follows: Rdlth (J race Hltchhorn, Klslo Matheny, Ell rabeth Huyotl, Mary Louise Rogers, Marshall. This makes fliu thirteenth lug the yellow Journals so much that grandson for Mrs. Farmer and she when yon get a real good story like Is Justly proud of It. The little rellow has been named John Harrison llerndon. Lameness und reliable remedy for lame ness in horses and otiier farm animals. uHlon'f Liniment larpuM anjr tlilns on ertU for lamonf m tn linrJ lid ntlir liona Miliuviiti, 1 uuiil.t not iImii wllbout Itliu.ijr ubl." MAitf ix Din i.x. 433 WmU'JiU St., Nf w York City. Good for SwolUuf oJ AUcom. 5tll.)l.M.fllliBH,or JjiwreiiM, Knii,, K. ., No. 3, wrltwi!-" I liiwl iimro ' wllh an kImocm on l.r nvck i..l una tUe. UittUot Htym'$ Uiilti.mit enllruly this, with a geiiuliiR double bnrnded moral tn It, yon can't wait to know tho end." "(Jo on, please," said llrlcht Kyes. "Well, MIsh Maiinern was walking out in the ticlds one day. when (limit Lucre, leaulni: over his huge buildings and his horde or human mils In the dlstaucif, saw hr, and be thought she looked awful sweet, and would uiHke a nice inoisel: and ho he lici liotu'.l to Miss Manners, and she caiiK' to It tin . and Int cru"hed Iht that tender (lower, bom of the soil yes, he crushed her without mercy: he took the bloom off her , cheek, and put paint u its place, and he dragged her through horrid arti ficial palm rooms, and slums, and ho devoured her, nnd then there was no more Miss Manners left." "Is that, all." said Blight ICycs with M till, n Her a fhort pause. "Yes, dearie, that's all." . O M Ulblt WW " " ' J for hoir cholcra.T 'I Cbolw. oultoH rli.iv" lliHtlia IiaiI lieTor'kdt ai bog troni rholor aud tlmt lit rukl)r i aiwajri wr a iaoiuHKmi.ii vi o.iuua I.lnliuont In a Ealluii'ot lil. dcraii' IGmnwr, of Oorl oi LSUaa'a Unlra.nt for lo Ckl "I lieard Our. llrown (who it ou fwrnier )' nay' Hint lio ad neror tl lutf thA.ln.A Hflltm anlmiLl llilltroml. iii.iniu nor. mown ni". were at tlio' Aerloiilturat Collcjio. liiilMlne ami In tuo iH.chf Hon or ins raTitfle ot tlin itlneaie, Oov. llrown Bto uioremuayiiHmo.1 uiiiaiiuig. . e Oimr.uvKH." ' At A1llalnrSA.,BOtS'l.OO. Slonh'i XiMk on llolM. (Vullf, llotr im1 I'oullry lm. Adireu Dr. Earl 0. Sloan, tyaton. Ciiiilili) Ton n Siijiiigx 111 the April American Mau.lne 10. W. Howe contributes the following cenntry town sayings: "What peoplo say behind jour hark Is your standing Hi the rcnmuiii It . In which yon live. "It alv ajH makes a rinlt i'e uuiii furious ior lout'era to occupy chilli"- In front ot his store, l "The man whose pants-legs are) much too short, alwnya wears his coat-slBvcs' much too long, "When we look at some men who say they wero sent to suvo the world, wo can't help laughing. "Tho feeling of sleepiness whole you are not In bod, and can't got there, Is the meanest feeling in the world." , ' What n Mini's Heard Is (.Mod For The Cj'nlo, writing In tho March American Magazine, snys: "The only advantage In wearing a full beard Is that when you get to ho about sixty you can cut It off and hang on to your Job three or tour years' longer." Farmers Orgniil.tug In Oregon The inllowlug Is taken rrom an ar ticle entitled "Businesslike Commun ity Farming." published In the cur rent Issue of Farm nud Flrenldo. "One of I lie best demonstration of the businesslike altitude or tlie Ore gon inliiil Is the Kust Hasten nssoela ..i ... I........... ........... 1. i.. mill in iipiiih;iuii I'uiiiu? in ii. Willamette valley, nnoiii iwenty-me miles south of Portland. The asso ciation embraces a rich farm urea of about seutnty-tlvo suunre miles. The genius of the scheme Is Mr. W. K. Newell, president of the association, which Includes about llfty farmers. "Thuv votod to ruin- the same kind or stock. They at once proceeded, about three yeuis ago, to raise only Holiteln cattle, to buy. In common. ;MlW!.- nrtv (1 lul'?. Some got re elMrivd helfnm and all cows had the Hol.'t'Jn ntrr.lt!, no other bulls being v.iicd. "On tbe same principle they select ed two breeds of hogs - Berkshire and .(oisey Bed siul worked out all that did not have one or the other of these strains. "Tliey also (.ettled upon one breed of sheep, and for poultry they raised i."!-- W'itUc Leghorn's and Jlho'do Is land (toils. "No 'iiie In the Association adver- tiidi. or pushes the stile of anything as "Third, the cream must bo proper ly ripened before churning. j "ou cannot gel good milk from n. cow uihi IH nui neamiiy. i on 'h-Hlluy ull,.rdonn, not get good milk from a cow that I does not get sufficient uotirlshluui During courtship kissing may her overdone, but after niarrliiKe It U mod and i.Ihiiiv of l.im.,1 iirlukiinr.1 "' '"c, vmUter a woman looks water (and by that I mean water thai w,,t'" l''oraphod In the act of you would drink). A certain mii-i,kn,B wlu'" nunltt!iis golf ount or food Is necfssHry lo maintain . ; . mr ... the cow in health; all she entiJ above that nmoiint goet; to .'.it or t"' make milk. She sliould be currld to bo cleM,. and the udder nud teatV! wiiMhed wi,.. :i a f l.o.'ore euihl nilll.lnv. The r s'.ioi(A no clean ' CIIICAGOLTOy RY. K-i -i 'AUU3 In person ami clothing, and the mllk-leg-place clean nud open to tho sun light. "Conns multiply very tepidly in bent, so the next point Is to cool the milk as rapidly ns iiosslble. Plenty of cold water Is necessary, and lc I too, in summer. Cream can he kept sevirnl days be'ore churning if it ts kept rery cold. It hhould be stlrmd well with each addition ot cream to keep t uniform In temperature and acldlly. Do not add fresh cream lo your churning. "Tho last point is the proper ripen ing of the cream, ou which the per fect flavor most depends, This can be learned only by exporlmem and observation. "Churn as upnrly at sixty-five de grees as possihle, and stop when the from hU s-iK-lnl farm, but everything buttcrjs like grains of wheat." Is 'I'.hkI Oubtun.' They get fou?T ' " . . t.OIMl KOnilo. Uarl Dry, n rarmer living Just east or town, sends us the following arti cle which has tho propor solution of tho bettor dirt road question: cents a pound more for the butter-fat lii ICii.sl r,;iton cream than any other brings. They gunrantee tho. quality and c's? the uniount they will furn ish, "No i ise of them pays more thnu five per cent Interest on money, nnd that In a part or the world where eight per cent is quite, the common figure.1' The niombors or tho associa tion know all about one' another's business, and If necessary will back up anyone who uouds money for, the Improvement or development of.fnrm or slock. "They have clubbed together and purchased the best thrashing-machine, on the market, and confine Us use to "Nothing Is more certain than the fact that if country life, la. to, bo made satisfactory, good roads must bo built, If every man can be con vinced that tho roads can be great ly Improved by a little work on his part, wo can havo hotter roads by far than wo have today. . Of coursa we" oil have to pay our poll tax, and our commissioners or road overseers see that a part of tho district la worked or work as long oa their money holds out, hut we lixpreH lor:?., a.m. No. U".'.--Mlddav Special 12-IS p. m No. Jfl,. -Dally, the "Hummer" for Chicago 8::i0 p. m. No. 24. Dally. The -Karly Bird" for St. I.ouls It: IS p. ul Vo. 18 sinter Accoiuimiila- Kitkt Hound, s'o. tn. Dally, the Missouri Stntt- tlon 7: ir p. ro. West BoiiiiiI. No. 2::. Dally. "The Barly Bird'' for Kansas City 4:0ti a. nu. No. '.. Dully, The "Hummer" for Kniuna City , .11:39 u. nn No. 17. Slater Accoin. , .n;S0-a. mi No. 21. Midday Special. .2:50 p. im No. 15, Dally, Tho Missouri State Express for K. C 4 : J fi p. nu No, 11. Dally. IC. C F.x. ,8:42 a. nu O. K. HAAVTHOUNB, Agont.,r. vlllLluSMrA I'nst Bouud. No. 32. Mall & Bxpress 10:00 a. No. !)8. Locar Freight.. 10:00 a. b New Marshall aud Sedalla, tralc leaves Sedalla nt 5:20 a. ro. Ar rives at Marshall at 8:60 a. nu Leaves Marshall at 0:00 a. m for-Bodallt. West Round. No. 31. Mall and lSxnress 4:00 p. mj, No. 97. Local Freight. . .1:16 p. rn, H. R. SMITH, Agent.