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THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN' FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1813. Marshall Republican Published every Thursday and enter ed In post office nt Marshal) Mo., as ftccond-clasg matter. Tcmii: $1.00 Tor Year in Atfinntc J. J. ITT, Editor. E. U PRESTON, I1iiIiic Manager. Telephones: Office, Hell, !, Hern don, 20. Don't forget the Saline County Fair August I -th to r.th Inclusive. del ready (or the Marshall t'lmu t ,niua, beginning AukuM 2 01 Ii and r. :illiiiilli a itiek. C Mrvlro in having ns much trouble . ivr niu till- iiniton I helm ser July linked wlicthrr I'ttclo Ann lOiild tako a bnntl. r The markets liavn become stondlei i i past several dsys tailing mnii) ' believe that word has one out rim Washington that congress iild imtnnsa to sidestep tho Inrlll ue The netiiofrotlcrongrcss la now Ir r " same (llleinimi the furmer wns Ir ' a had hitched himself up with r t ung steer. When li mil away ane t'ey were tearing away down tin tteet he yelled, "'Somebody head ui i f, durn our fool souls." Ho thr inters and congressman nro mix i iidy hoping for someone or some mt; to turn up Hint will hind then i iM-riire they commit political mil It A grent deal of dhteusslon hit hem lined hy the statement of Win. .1 I 'nn that his salary or $12,000 a cretnry of Mate was liiMiflltieii' d that therefore he would go or klio Chautauqun platform while on r 't mo of absence. In our opinion Mr Iiryau litis not only belittled his big) o'Mco, hut also net a bad oxnmpli ly mini on a regular salary Is h . ty bound to glvo his heat service . d If given n vacation thla ahoub ' e taken In the manner Intended oo ninny congressmen and publl r n nro growing careless In thla re kfrd, r Much Interest Is being mnnlfostiH b, the fanners and general public li t: c demonstration farms being In Mailed nt th" suggestion of Presldon V F llutdi, over the lines of the Mis rourl Pnclflc-lrun .Mountain to nit tho fanners In getting the best pos eiblo results from the laud. The de iiioiibtrntlon farm at Conway, Ark. w tcli was In very poor coudlllor v hlch was In very poor coudltloi the railroad took It In charge, I. n aklnc u most Impressive showing Spring oats grown there have beer i iiiii ii ii iii i iii 1 1 mi 1 1 1 ii tti i ii 1 1 iniii miiiiiMt Money to Loan. I have money lo loan nt five a ml one-linlf ter cent annual Inter 4- est, with the prltrlego to tlio liorrow'r of pnjIiiR any part of princi pal nt any time, nml irbat.0 the Interest frtim date of payment. These nre liberal trniis anil if you vvnn money, now is n good time to get It. I fulnl-li abstracts anil perfect tides to all lands nml tovwi lots in Haline county. I (into buyers for Sallno county farms. If you have one for sale let me knoiv about It. ARIEL LEONARD, , Marshall, Mo. HH4K-l-hHI-M-H-l-l-H-H- tlcn farm of tlio railroad company nt exceptionally tine. The dcniniistrn Deruiott, Ark., contains the best crop of corn In that section, and although corn on neighboring farms suffered lioni drought, the crop on tlio demon stration farm shows no damage, ow ing to proper preparation of the seed bed. Oats tit tlio demonstration farm at Hop, Ark., thrashed out nn aver age of "0 bushels to the acre. Var ious crops which have been planted on the farm nt Arcadia, Mo., nro be ing wntrhed with Intorest by resident farmer and others. Mr. U. A. Mark hum, commissioner of agriculture of the Iron .Mountain portion of the system, says Hint practically his en tire territory lias been visited by good rains during the past ten days nud that conditions are much Improved. Corn that was properly cultivated during the dry period did not suffer any from drought, but some of th other did. All other crops nre In excellent condition, and he reports that it vast Improvement Is visible anionic farmers In cultivating so ns lo conrerve soil moisture. l Tin; state roar i-txrs. In the Stale or Missouri there nre three separate and distinct road funds, known ns follows: ltoad fund stamp net. (lood road fund. flenernl state road fund. The "road fund stamp net" Is de lived from the snlo or stamps by the mate auditor and Is apportioned to tlio counties as tlio school money is r.ow apportioned. This apportion ment Is based on the school euumcro lou, and Is paid to the county trea surers, on a requisition authorized y the county court and certified by tho county clerk. The ' good rond fund" Is derived rom the automobile license law. Out of this fund Is paid the expense for Iragglng roads connecting county scats, Tho 17th (ienernl Assembly np iroprlated $21'., 000.00 for mi 3 and 1011, nml under tho law counties "mi draw $112,300.00 In 1913, and ho same amount In 1911; provided tlio license collected from nutotno ilku amount to that much. The law provides that tho county highway board shall let contracts for dragging roads before any thing Is paid ny tne Mate. Tho county highway board of Hal Inn county, Is made up of the following members: .Mine K. King, S. 1'. Houston and frank Latimer, county highway en gineer. Tho law also provider Hint the Btntc pay $13 per annum for each mile dragged. ' The fund known as tho "general state road fund," Is money transfer red from tho "good road fund.' No money can he transferred to this fund until $112,300.00 lias been ta ken from that fund for road drag Ring purposes. However it is esti mated that there will bo about $100,000.00 to apportion from the general statu road fund this year. The apportionment of this money Is based (li the assessed valuation and the apportionment Is made on July 1st. It was estimated by tho state audi tor, that the amount In the various funds this years will be us fol lows:: ltoad Fund Hlnmp Act $1 12.000.00 (ienoral Slate ltoad Fund 100,00.00 ltoad Drawing Fund. . .$1 l2.Ctio.00 Sallno county received from tho general statu road fund in 1911, tC.VI.70 and 111 1912, $1,308.19. We aro Informed by the county clork that requisition for Saline county's share has been made and. that It Is ex nee ted that tho nmount the county will rtcelvfi is nbout $1,000.00. The money derived from tho stato Is used In building concrete culverts, which nro in the nature of perman ent Improvements. Dtmocrat-Nows Governor -Major has selected Au gust 20 and 21 ns "good road days" In Missouri, when every able bodlcll Hum in the state Is expected to work the roado. A now policy toward Nicaragua, In volving tho virtual control of the nlfalrn or that ltepubllc by tho Uni ted States, Trust protectorate simi lar to thut now exercised over Cuba, was outlined by Secretary Dry an nt a prlvato conforenco with members of tho Senate Foreign notations Com mltteo last vrcek. From Our Exchanges Lester Dickson, who Is employed with tho railroad at Slater met with nn accident last week and got hla r.nklo badly scalded by steam, and vhllo taking n lay off Is down visit ing with his moihor and father. Arrow Hock Statesman. Harry Thomas has started up n llttlo wild nnlmal farm or tuonngorlo and is raising nil kinds or nnlmnls for tho market and for furn. Ho shipped out a bunch of llvu fo.tca last week. Arrow Itock Statesman. John Karrlrk and wire, Willie nml Chnrley Nixon and wives nml Mr. nnd Mrs. Itagsdala nil or Sinter, spent Sunday ut tho homo or J. W. Nixon. Mrs. Knrrlck remained for u few days visit with the homo people. Arrow Hock Statesman. Tho long controversy between the City of Slater and F. E. Skinner for nn outlet for the sawcrago or Slater was finally settled last Friday by tho payment of $1,730 assessed ngulntt tho property owners of tho sovcral sower districts In the city. Slater Hustler. A HOUKEni.OWN DOWN Tho wind did considerable damage last Friday In Slater, breaking tlio II in bs from many shade trees and shattering windows, but the heaviest loss was suslnlned by Pcto LuwAoii, whoso four room house In course of construction In flraiuhiew addition, was blown down, It had Just been boxed nud roofed nnd with tho win down and doors open was In n condi tion to catch tho full force of the storm. Unfortunately Tor him he failed to have any Insurance. Slater Hustler. Icavo Saturday for an overland trip to Colorado. They.wfy sto'p over at La Junta, Denvor.ltColorado". Springs nnd other points and ,-probfttdx be away from Missouri until nbout Seplombor. Slater News. Fern, tho fourtocn-montli-old dau ghter or Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy A. Alexnn der, died lust Tuesday nt St. Luke's hospital In Kansas City of henrt trou ble where It was taken that morning by Itt parents to undergo an examina tion by a specialist. She had been In III health ror oovorul mouths. Slater Hustler. AVKHAOi.NCl tin IIL'SHELS From the best Information wo can got from our mills and those who havo been threshing, tho whoat In this locality lo averaging nbout 2J bushels per aero. This is Just about tho yield anticipated. Tho quality is rlno and our buyers do not stop to test tho grade. The prlco bolng paid la 73 cents per bushel. Slater Hustler. A NAItltOW ESCAPE 3. Last Tuesday Walter Townsend of Arrow Hock was drlvliig'n. 8, Mc Mahan and John Cully" to Hoping ond Marshall In his automobile when they wcro RoluKovntha hill near the Nnpton bridge the break on his inachtno broke wljefohy JiCj. lost control. They went.nt'n wo-forty rnto until they reached tuft'fdol of tho hill when the came In contact with tho brldga throwing thcin nil out cutting It, S. McMnhan on tho lip nud nbout tho head, Mr, Cully4BOt his right wrist sprained nud Walter was scared out or ten yearn growth. Will Jackson brought them In In n wagon that afternoon. It. whit n narrow escape for them all nnd they had better be thankful tlmy cAino out ns well as they did. lUlackwatc'r News. WEST IN AUTO C. H. Tucker and family expect lo Mr. and Mrs. IV. H. JCoeuli; who have been running tho City Hotel for eomo time past moved to their farm near hero SaturdnV Tho hotel pro perty Is vacant nt present and Mrs, Wada Hlgglnhottnm Is running tho only hotel In town nt present. ' The many friends of Mr. uitd 'Mrs. Kocnlg regret to loso them from' town. Nel son Hccord. Tho many friends of Charley Har vey of near hero will be very sorry to learn that ho had tho misfortune to break his leg ngnln ono day Inst week, lie was reeding nml n hog ran ugainsl him, breaking hls-ieg about six Inches higher than It was broken last roll hy a run uway team. Nelson Hccord. Jns. Taylor or routo 3 was accld cnlly shot last Friday while shooting at a rabbit with nn old fashioned gun, tho brtecli pan or which blow out striking him In tho cyo nnd race Indicting several bad powder wounds Ho Is reported to ro rapidly recover ing rrom his unrortunato accldont. Nelson Hccord. IIALE-LUSE Mr. Oscar L. Halo or nonr Joffcr ron City and Miss Unci ah Luso of near hero woro married at the home of tho bride's father, Chas. Lusd of near hero Wednesday morning, July 9th nt 8 o'clock, Hov. U. F. Reed of ficiating. They loft horo tho snino day for tho groom's farm near Jofror son City, whero they will reside. Con gratulations nnd best wishes nro ex tended tho nowly wods. Nolson Record. Sherirr I'.rlco arrested Jorry Allon, a cororcd citizen or tho community south or town, and took him to Mar shall Monday morning on Informa tion charging him with assault with Intent to kill. Tho information' was filed by Doc Nichols and Is the. result of a tantum Jerry got Into Sundny following his attendance at n celebra tion nt Cow Crcok tho day before. Jorry is out on bond waiting a hear ing. Miami News. ' Information front. Oklahoma Is to tho effect that Potcr Casebolt will ninrry a lady of that state early next could, have coma to the friends of Mr. Cflfsc$ol,t liu this , cnunuijjy hut evoryono of tlicm is ready to. congra tulate 'Peter on Ills' vflsd decision 'and, to congratulate tho brldo to bo on , tlio good fortune that has enabled her to win so substantial a man for a husband. Miami News. by tho, mnnufacturor'fl "spot-less re putation" tacked Inlo his own Is over looking ono or fho finer points In latter dny merchandising. If you aro Interested in local ad vertising for national products wrlto to the Bureau of Advertising, Ameri can Newspaper Publishers Associa tion, World Building, Now York. Tho (iiinleti ol Oetliscmann Ono of the moat interesting spots In tho environs or Jerusalem Is the Onrdon or Ucthsomanc, on tho south ern' (dopes or the Mount of Olives. !u In an Inclosed Bpaco of about one third or nn acre, surrounded by n hill v.'nll, and belongs to tho Frauclscon monks, Ono cannot say with thr exact precision .demanded by the sci entific explorer whether our Lord wns betrayed but nt nil events It's ha! lowed with a continuous tradition or tome sixteen centuries. As you en ter you pass the traditional spot of tho betrayal nnd the place whero the disciples slept while Christ wus at prayer. There nro well arranged flower beds nnd around tho Insldo of tho walls arc representations done In relief In colors of tho fourteen sta tions of the cross. An object or In terest In tho garden Is nn olive tren This, with soino other trees, Is said to dnto rrom tho lime or Christ, and lo known fro mhlatorlcat records (o he or great ago at least nlno hundr ed years. Rosaries aro mado from tho olive stonos, and tho oil yielded by tho berries Is considered sacred nnd Is sold nt high prices, From the Wldo 'World Mqgnxliie. Tills for Pessimists To tho calamity howlers of whom there aro always a fow sending up moans out or tho bushes wo com men'a'Uicsb' recent 'remarks' irbm iJanles J. 11(11., tho prominent railroad I fnnnf ' ' ' - f i'-T.ljnt. half thp ppoplp In :Wall street do not know what they nro ns bluo as Indigo about. "That tho man who Is soiling 'short,' which moans that ho thinks things, aro golnr to smash, Is going to suffer for It llko tho mlschlof. "That such complications ns wo havo had aro trotiblcsomo, but fool ish to think about, In vtow or the" fact that wo shall get ten billions or now wealth out of tho ground thin year, "That is nonsenso to supposo tho govornmont Is bene on upsetting things, nnd "That tills Is tho tlmo to keep a clear head, and not got rattled,' Chcor up, everybody. This Is too great n country to bo scared' by n row changes In tho tariff, n receiver ship or two or oven tho machinations of tho monoy devil. As long ns tho farmers do not go on ntrlka or a cat ncylstn or naturo docs not occur thoro Is absolutely nothing to halt tho nation's upward and forward march, Nashvlllo Tonncssconn. Wlmt'H In n Nitmo? Shnkospenro wrolo: "Tho, choi cest trensuro moral times afford Ja spotless reputation." Whether wo nro In busltioss or. ln a profession, whotlior wo aro largo or small, If our success depend upon our dealings with tho public, a fair and honest replication Is Indeed a cholco trensuro. To havo no reputation Is almost as rnder.lrablc an to havo a bad ono. Sometimes r,n ntir'''"ln manm fneturer nrrantQ3 to u -trl'- bin product through an equally ontorprls lug retailor. In this way two sub stantial roputatlons unlto In n com mon causo. Each strengthens and fortifies tho other. Tho retailer who has not yet enjoy ed tho benefits of soiling n ;iatlona,l ly known artlclo nnd of. bolng holpcd Refuses (o Follow Orders. Tho following Is takon from tho current Issuo of Farm and Flronhln: "Men who won't tnko nnd obey orders nro not ijudomand. . "Everywhere,, city and country, whorovor men nro hired, you will find tho eaino trouble, men rofuntng to follow out orders, and always getting Into troublo ns a result. 1 know a man living In town who hires mou to run his farms In tho coun try, On ono ranch ho has n marrlod man, past mlddlo age, with a largo family. 7o owner declares that It Is noxt to Impossible to get this man to carry out nn order to tho letter. I " 'And why,' sayB tho ownor 'should ho prosumo to do things his way? Horo ho Is past mlddlo ago, with nothing to show for his life. Ho has no proporty. This In Itself tends to show that his Judgment Is faulty. Thon why should lid contln unlly persist In doing things his wny, when his llfo shows his way hnu al ways been tho unsuccessful way?" "Whon men. who have, accomplish nd thlnes know what thoy wnt dono hnil how thoy want It don'o and aro willing to pay for It, why should porno falluro porolst (loin's things ills way, whllo pnld to porform thorn as thoy should bo dono?"