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MARSHALL REPUBLICAN
Friday, ai'iiiij 23, ir:;;
?im o.
1 Hv. Allen vss tS ,neiit of .Joe
I ::'.i'nfi'iiiy r. .1 i,.r.i!!y, Sn'turciay
' n.- it.
CouniyNewsl
SLATER
Mir. Henry Mians le.r Tuesday
for Jacksonville. Ml., lo see hor bus- Ur- Ml4 Nettle wre In the ilgh-
AJJKOW ROCK WILL STOP WltlTIXU INSURANCE
I .
George G1lor and wife of the After April 30, the stock lire In-
sountry were visitors .Vonday at tht enrnnce companies of the country
COUXTY CO CUT
A cood many from around here home oi T. H. Dickson.
in- fOi-tlnc- in Marshall, Saturday.
.Ira. Farmer Manlcy and daticn-
w..s iluuMy hurt Mon-
C-rora H.;-.i n.
lU tr VintO'll V. til
Jilts
Mr.
inni, who
lay tiiiiit
Mr. and Mti
GIDIntn wiro
nuMJny.
. Mr, .loo ,ff and daughter.
Dollorls) of Orenrvllle visited
.1. D. Dlck.'uti, Monday.
Dr. V. I.. Sharp or Little ilnCk
Bc among the Sinter visitors. Wed
nrrday. Mr. Maud Sulllvnn of Frankfort
was on our streets, Wedupgdav.
Mr. Erne! Miilllns of Miaul
visited rmltlves her Inst week.
Mrs. Dan McCormlck of Gllliiim
bo.-nood, Friday ev nlust. .
Their will b on more week of
school yet, and Ar twiditr haven't
Uen eleven" yet.
Mis. Frank Davis called on Mrr.
M;.i Uf!s. Thursday eventa?.
yt U-uUh Peterson and Mls
t-"s Lewi vMtetl Krt.nk PMertou
anl fatally h few days Inst week.
MALTA lll.ND
Mlsg Ethel Ntlioti was shopping In
.Mm "hull (art Monday.
.Mils Mario Negate of Hirbee.
i North Dakota, who has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Deckard for sev-
was shopping hete Vcdnesdny.
Miss Viola Auer or Marshall np'-'iit'"1 weeks, 't,ft I"1 Monday evening
several day lnt week with her sis-! ,or A,,,, rl Lee. Minnesota, her futuie
ttr Mrs. Perry Duvls.
Dr. Frank .Sullivan of .Miami wax
on our streets Wednseday.
home.
Misses Leah Thornton and Edna
Crum were visitors ut Grand Piifb
Herman Aselnieyer and
jwlll stipend business In Missouri. In
fnmiiv the -nienntlme they will not allow
. ....... , ...
v.era shopping here and were callera.
'their aseiitg to cancel and' rewrite
rrAllrlfle eMifrltiir lifter Mnv 1 .. an n
at tne home of John Blerbaum, Mon- to cnrry them for a ,onger ,cpfllf or
y i to write any new business taking
J4esdmes Will Echrean and Snnpp' effect a'ter May IS.
.- ohonotnr In Velsftn Tudv i This drastic and unusu
ilr. S. H. VanarsdeiJ arrived Tttee
day for a visit with her parents, Mr.i
iid Airs. 0. p. Martin and other re-
Piuceedliii:!. r (he April Term, Wlile,.
Ailjtitiineil Ktidaj', April
18.
Court convened pursuant to au
Journnient with the following meii.
bcrs present:
Hon. R. V. Hlcktuan, presldli.
Judge; Hon. D. D. Davidson, JudRt
not taken, ko the conu.an.es declare, "u ' . ' J "uge: bl l'"Ki
:tom any motive- of retaliation, but 9l,erlff; Jo"e,h,ne "'"tl, clerk.
.Mrs. Perdue and niece, Mien IMvtlii""" Jioimay aiiernooii.
McClaln of HlKftlnsvllle cpetit sever, i Mr,!' IJtl'nl1"?. ". ,li,u
nl dBs last week with Mrs. Will .. , '. Mlsa Naillne and Mr. .las Dcnn
Kon and family l,t Omaha, Neb,, were transacting
Mr. and Mrs. Kmlt .lennliiKs of
Miami were amniiK tin Slater visitors
Kntuiday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. U. Allen of Orear
llle were on our stieels Saturday.
Mr. I. It. Price of Independence
vUlted his son Dr. Pi lie here Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hob. Cllmer of Orear
vllle were- trading In Slater, Satur
ilny. Mrs. Walter Crane north of town
was on our streets Saturday.
W. U Plukard of Miami was n
Water visitor Saturday.
Allle Sopcr of Orrarvlllc was on
our atreeta Saturday.
Mrs. nilbert Harris north of town
was n Slater visitor Saturday.
Mrs, C. Wood north of town was
a. Slater visitor Saturday.
Mm. C. A. lowery nml daughter,
Mies May of Orcarvllle visited Mrs.
.1. M. Leisure and family last Satur
day. Mrs. nrorgo Wenzcl of Orrarvlllc
v.as a Sinter visitor Saturday.
Mrs. noli. Torquer of Orearvlllo
was a Slater vlstor Saturday,
IhihIm'-h In .Marshall last Monday.
Mr. It. V. Potter and wife and Mrs.
Clara llloxxer were Marshall visitors
last Tuesday.
Mr. II. M. Kimland left last Fri
day tor a weeks visit with relatives
In Haltlmore, Md.
Mis, Kate FurKerson Is here visit
Itiic Mrs. Sam Tobln and other rela
tives. Mr, DeimliiK returned to his home
In Omaha, Neb,, last Tuesday evening
after spending it week with relatives.
MIm Oolda Mahan was transautliiK
business In Marshall last Wednesday
afternoon.
Mrs. Joe Deckard and Mr. nichard
Stockman and wife were shopping
In Marshall last Thursday.
Miss Flora Ilrady was shopping In
Marshall last Friday.
Quito a number from Maltn Dead
attended the funeral of Mrs. Itohert
Hume at I'nlon last Friday.
Mr. .11 in Myers came In last Friday
for a visit with relatives.
I Mr. tlco. Adams, Sr., wan transact
ing business In Kansas City several
I days last week.
Fulkcrson of Salt
riiw' ."T. ami .Mrs
Springs attended church hero Sunday
was
urday
Miss Salllu Piper of Saline
nan a h liter v s ior nnuminv. i
Mlssos .lulla and Irene Xeff of ,,l0r,llll'
Orcarvllle were on our otrcets Sat-' Mp- Itansborger and wife
urdny. Hf Mt. Leonard were guests Sunday
Mrs. Itudolf Colt of Orearvlllo was' of MrB WnnBherBBr'B parents, Mr.
Hhopplng In town. Saturday. i1""1 M,H' KvercU F"Uo"'
Miss Florence llarol dof Ollllaml Mesdames Nelson, Feagou and So-
among the Slater vlsllors Sat- """"" ii"it i .uiuii
last Tiiursuay.
Mrs. Kate Furgersou was the guest
of Oman Rozell and fanrily several
days last week.
The Ladles Aid society tit tbe M. K.
Church South will give a market Sat
urday, April 2 0 tli. Kvery one come
and buy your Sunday dinner.
Miss Margarlto Landrum of Wav
erly, Mo., will give a reading at the
opera house In Malta Head on Wed
nesday evening, April 110. The
Malta Hend orchestra will furnish
music for the entertainment.
lathes.
J. n. Dickson and Mrs. T. K.
i-Iorie and little daughter, Kathrlne,
of the country were visitors Tuesday
afternoon of Mrs. Watson Dlggs.
B. W. Collins, (i. P. Martin and
Clfitide Wells were transacting bus!
niss at the county seat Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. McGnlre and family were
tliopiug Tuesday In Iloonvllle.
B. F. Townsend made a buslne"
trip to Sinter Wednesday and was nc-i
companled home by Delln Odell, who
will be their guests for a few days.
George Watts of Kansas City, who
Is fireman on the steamer, Advance,
and while the boat was at our warl
Wednesday afternoon, spent several
hours at the home of his grand par
ents Mr, nnd Mrs. D. L. Wntts.
Kd. Gibson and wife and Mesdnmcs
T. F. Spenee nnd II. W. Collins were
shopping in Marshall Wednesday.
F. H. Hrockway shipped about 0
tons of hay and It. M. Woodruff 00
head of hogs to St. Louis Wednesday
on the Advance.
IM. Gibson, Seth Dlggs, Stnunrd
Shemwcll and son, Roy, took a auto
trip to Doonvlllc Thursday afternoon.
Mcsdamcs O. P. Martin and George
Vanarsdelt returned Thursday from a
stay of a few days In St. Louis. They
were accompanied home by xMraRj.'
(ceaii!e they regard It as lnipotslbie
to coni"ly with the provisions of the
Orr law passed In the closing houra
of the recent legislature. This law
punishes any combination or under-
Court opened by the sheriff.
Engineer ordered view and repoj
culvert on road SW corner, NW, N
Sec. 12-52-JO.
Resignation of Rudotph Hieuieyc
standing which tends to reduce com-'presented nnd accepted (Justice t
petition or increnit tne cost or in- the pence of Clay Twp.)
surance, makes the managers and' . ,,,,., ,.,, .. , , ,.
.,, ... , . , , i Abstruct of fees filed as follows:
( Ulcers of the companies outs tie tb" i ., , ,
. ., , . Josephine Durretl. clerk count
1 I U I U III 1 I I I H (! UI'IB III iiiuie
jf BLAUGAS If
i 1 For Every rartn rloutc
m
their
agents, and thus subjects them to a
JMKTHR
Miss 1-Mlth Kddy Is visiting friends
In Slater this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sadowhltn and
little son spent Sunday with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Pete Sadewhltc.
Miss Mabel Porter of Mnrshnll
was visiting the Misses Mnrksbury,
n few days last week.
We are glad to see Miss Laura
Hnberman out again.
Wc understand that Mr. and Mrs.
'Will Mooro of N'npton nro going to
move over on the Huston farm.
Mr. Lee Eddy nnd family was
vlMUng Charley Lnxton and family
W. McClelland, who spent the winter
In the city nt the home of R. L. Mar
shall and family.
Snm Fisher nnd family of the coun
try were guests Thursday of S. E.
Fisher and family.
J. S. Hogge and family were tran
suding business In Marshall Friday
The members of the National O10
Trails association will serve Icn-creai.i
and cake at the rest room on the nf
ternoou and evening of Saturday.
May fid. All nro cordially Invited to
come out nnd spend a social hour.
Miss Ruby Poludexter entertained
rmlto n number of her young friends
Friday night In honor of her birth
day. Refreshments of cream nnd
enko wero served and nil spent a
plensnut evening.
Jim Gray and wife of Nelson were
guests Saturday night and Sunday
of T. 11. Dickson nnd wife.
Clark Swlnncy and daughters, Mis
ses Kate anil .Mary or tun country
were shopping and calling In town
Sat urday.
Rev. Sunpp delivered a fine bnccu-i
laureate sermon Sunday morning to
a large audience.
Tom Sims and wife of Ulackwater
were dinner guests nt the homo of W.
S. Sliemwell,
O. J. Watts and wife nnd Miss Bes
sie Hlughnin were visitors Sunday ol
n. L. Wntts and family.
' ruiivlninm penalty or five years in
the piilteiitlary and $S,onn fine,
Violation Is made a felony, so that
these company officers In other sta
tes can be extradited and tried,
while the law also takes away from
'he.ii the ordinary presumption of
iuiiocenc
In addition to the fine and tin
pilkoiinunt provided for agents and
olllceis, the property of the company
In the state can be forfeited to the
state In case oi conviction, nnd It Ir
made prima facie evldenre or guilt
If tiny agent consults any rate book,
schedule or other sheet In fixing ra
tes lor Insurance. The companies
hold that this compels agents to
:uhK ngi'iiKt one another In making
rat", and as this would make the
buslnem even more unprofitable than
now, and In view of the danger o'
fines and Imprisonment and forfei
ture of property, they hold that no
other course Is onen tn them tbnn
!tieu'-su''runslou of business until It
can be found how they can safely
offer Insurnnco to the eltUens o"
Missouri.
Inability to get fire Insurance will
seriously arrect commercial credit, as
I wholesalers Insist upon such protec
tion and will also Interfere with
Miir.riuntiey and other loans, which re
inulrn such protection. Th Insur
ance companies claim that Insurance
Is essential to commercial credit, and
that for this reason their business Ik
entitled to a fairer deal than It l
giveu under this law. They hold
that the peculiar nature of theli.
business mnkes combination and Vn
qperntlon essential, In the interest
of the public as well as of the companies.
H 1 1 1 11,1 1 111 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 11
Fresh Air Helps
Babies
"Take your baby riding In
his go-cart every duy. Keop -j.
him out as long as possible." X
This advice came from a phy- T
slclan.
Your baby thrives on fresh air
i It builds up sturdy little body
mid gives li 1 in a foundation for
; bis later manhood,
The Right
Go-Girt
i
DAVIS DISTRICT
Mr. and Mu Fred Herrmann u
tinned to their Pome nenr Lnmonto
Sunday I'loiiiln.i, after spending a
few days with relatives here.
H firry Fowler and wife and Miss
Nellie Fouler spent. Saturdny night
nnd Sunday in Slnlei,
Preaching nuvlces nt the school
Isoiito .Saturday night were well at
tended. Rev Clemens nunouneo.l
that theie wnnlj b.i preaching there
tunln the lliiid Holiday afternoon In
May at lia'l past tbiee o'clock.
.Mm. W. C. Wllllmlng and little
dnagh'ers urd Mis Rerhlce Kitchen
of near Glrlam lilted relatives In
Mils neighborhood Saturday nibt
and Sunday,
Miss Man lVwie- Is visiting In
Sinter nt thit: vrltlng, ,
C, C. Haider iiu' w(o were snop
pl:u In Mi ier. fnHnday.
Joseph llennmnn and wire-anl
two eulUlren veru Sunday guests at
the home of J. It, Jackson, fcoutn o
lltWIX-miN.N
Ola A. Irwin, an engineer at the
olony, and Miss Gladys Dunn, also
connected with the colony were mnr-
led Wednesday evening. Rev. H. J.
Steluheliuer officiating, .
L. P. Leyhe went to Kansas City
Wedncsdny on business.
i ur
,, ;i , -,wf'w-p f4
S. -
Get him a Fulton go-cart with
springs that do not Jar his spine
one that looks well and runs
lightly.
It's Important to have a go
cart you can handle easily alone
You have 10 styles from
which to select hej-e.
No two exactly alike.
You can be exclusive without
X paying extra.
;'7'. It's poor ecoraomy to wait un-
, .... . T
"r.nl tne ena or e season to uuy
.. . . . . f
jr tBe cart, .you ouisnv iu uo uuw
'njttffirv flrjv.
Slater
A LITTLE SOIWD ADVICE
Race suicide may be bad, but town
suicide Is no virtue.
The evangelist would have a good
lime If he came to save the people
dollars.
There are other ways to damage
this town besides throwing bricks
through the store windows trading
with the mall order houses for In
lancn. The mnn who sends his money to
the city must expect his children to
follow it.
When trouble cornea to this towii,
we should all stand together, In
stead of standing apart.
You can not very well ask others
what the town Is doing for you, until
you ask yourself, what are you doing
'or the town.
(Ti' economic system has not been
devised by which a farmer's wife can
forever sell her eggs at the store and
buy calico In Chicago.
i no are ny ,
and report I
:io-S2-rj. y
FROM OUR FACTORY
TO YOUR FARM
. United together for
Better Light
BUugas li tht Perftct Otl
tor ftrm, tubutttn and ton
homes lor LlrMlnc, CooVinc
and Ironinc. For a ytry until
coil tmnr heme Tray hae the
convtnltnce of sas. No work
making tht cat-it It mada In
cur factory and thlppd any
whrln steel Unlet ready for
Immediate ute. Better than a
pi M lire to your home became
pLAUQAS will te available
lone after natural .eat It
3! fee
tthautted:
kl .ei
! It It
btter
than tl'.y cat; ttctutc It li ett o
lunly aaie and ncn-poltonout.
f lt amottbrll
lant. white Jliht,
Intent hetT for
' ecfiklnffantl Iran
Inc. The full force it available
Inttantly by tha turn of a valve
and the tire nt ttopt Ir.ttantly
when the valve It clottd. No
tmoky, tmelly tempt to clean,
fill and care fori no broken
(
I
(
chlmntili no Interrupted ttr-
vice or cim i.emi. bimpit i
A ii U a.
Wrltatodi for booklet and
full particular. Addrttt
,ourt; R. Scott, circuit clerk; .
i ii. Jester, recorder; S. T. Prlr
.sheriff.
The following road overseers Hi
'official bond:
J. U. Forbes, Dlst. No. 1 and U
II. Smith, Dlst, No. 17, and are b t
,
me conn approved.
Engineer ordered view and
2 culverts between .ill nnd
Report of grand Jury for March i
IM.-: term iirescnted and ordered
tiled.
The action or clerk in vacation iu
sending Win. Holey to county honie,
by court approved.
Joe II, Auer, collector, files state
ment of collections for month o
March, 191.1, and the same Is approv
ed. Ordered that clerk make requisi
tion for state's part of county super
tnteiident of schools salary.
rf'nlllt lift lntlttwwl In li.Anl II .. ...
April oth. mid; '. i- "4
Court convened pursuant to ud
Journnient with all members nrescnt.
0iencd by the sheriff.
Ferry HceiiBo granted to R. W.
Raines, Glasgow, Mo.
Ordered that proceedings of board
of equalization be published In
Weekly Democrat-News.
Ordered thut detailed financial w. j;, Wilson, sunt, county home.
stutement be published Iu the Saline! flics report for month of March and
County Weekly Progress. the snmo Is nnnroved.
Ordered flint Leo Lowery bo np- Miscellaneous nccounts presented
pointed overseer for Road Dlst. No. nnd nllowcd.
12 Leo Lowcry, overseer of road dls-
Engineer ordered to build bridges , trict No. 12, files his offlclnl boad.
as follows: nnd the- same Is by the court annrov-
Uetween Sec. 4 and 7-R0-20, be oB.
tween See. 18 nnd 19-30-20, between j Warrant Issued to J.' C. Hnzcll In
Sec. I and U-nn-20. tho sum of J9.00,- na bounty for )
Engineer ordered view nml report wolf scalps,
culverts ns lollows: I Warrant Issued to F. M. Latimer,
Ono culvert E. sldu Sec. aS.RO.'in the sum of S2.9t, for reimlr or
21; 1 cluvert N. and'S. road Sec. 1 S-! bridges.
CO-20, 1 culvert N. and S. road be-j Harry Johnson, colored, accepted
tween IU mid ns-52-2n. !n8 ft county charge nnd order seat
Engineer ordered build concrete to tho county homo.
1
ii Smthrrtttm EIiveu Ci. If
ln Kaaaa City, Me, fM)
JOHN T. URTON, Agent
rtione AOS, 4Wi 8. Odell.
culverts as followo:
1 concrete culvert between Sec. 2S
nnd 29, 52-20; 1 concrefo culvert be
tween See. 17 nnd 20-50-22, 1 con
crete culvert between Sec. 10 and
20-5120; 1 concrete culvert between
Sec. a and 4-51-10.
W. H. Feuwlck appointed to take
list of personal taxpayers in 49-22
and 40-23, exempt from 8. P. II. R.
tax.
Engineer directed to go to Emma
and confer with commissioner for
Concordia Special Road District with
reference to county lino road.
Criminal cost" bills examined nnd
allowed and warrants Issued.
Grand Jury witness' claims exam
ined and allowed and warrants Is-ued.
Court adjourned.
Regular term convenes Monday,
May 5th, 1913.
Real Kstt Transfers
Drldges & Tucker to Robcca J.
Johnson, lot 11 blk. 5, Grandvlew
Add., Slater , 145.00
A. G. 8crlvner to Job VanDusen,
E.'ftf NE. 30-53-20. $100.00
Dean Naumaun to Lucy A. Short
lota 7, 8, 9, and 10, blk. 37, Colleger
Add,, Marshall $500.00
Milton J. Joplln to J. D, Kcllner,
60 acres 35-49-20-.'. ; 4 $4,000.00 '
' Michael Jacoby to Win. D. Bush,
lot r, Jacoby & Crockett Add,, Mar
shall $600.00
Afvertlslng pays, try It
AYTIKS
J. K. Cook delivered some hoc
and cattle to B. P. Storts, Monday
L. H. Wood has began to build
new home this week.
Miss Settle .tyres visited Mies Ha
itel Ruppei t,. Sunday. .
W. W. Lanlaneya .summer Bchool
began Monday with an enrollment of
twelve.
Geo. Johnson and family visited
V. E, Dunlaney and family Sunday.
Born to Charley Nagle and wife,
n six )iound boy Monday j
The river Is falling at this writing
New Prospect baa received their
new song books,,
Miss Ora Harris and Mies Eft a
qook IHvMIjfWma'Bru)et,
Guntnntal anil Tan, low heel Eng
lish Oxford . ' $4.00
Blind Eyelets ... l,00
The popular Walk-over, tan, dulls
ana patents. Buttons and Bluch
era. .,.. 3.B0 and $4.00
THE SEASON'S
NEWEST
LOW SHOE
-AND-
SLIPPER STYLES,
DESIGNED AND
Sold Exclusively
. BY
Patrnt.-WurCTan,' Sned'e unci
White Unck.
$2 -V). VI 00, 13. 0, 4.00 & $4.0
Patents, dulls tans. Suedes,
Velvets. White NaBuck and
.. Canvaa ilke pictures;
1 50, $2, 2.0t. 3, 11.50 and 4
ELECTRIC
Shoe Rcp4airinf
v Wliik You Wait;
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