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to , VP It. Marshall Republican VOLUME XXII. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY MISSOUIU FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, lOlil. NUMBER SS. DEATHS v JA&IE8 SAPP1NGTON James Sapplngton, 7G yeara old, tiled at his homo G30- North Allen, Monday, August 2G at 7 a. m. of a complication of diseases, ho having been an Invalid for several years. Ho was a plonker cltlr.cn of tlin 'county and wan born and reared near Arrow ltock; ho wAb born May G, 1837. His father, James Sapplngton, Br., and mother, Nancy Sapplngton, wcrc-also, early settlors In Sallnq connty. Mr Bapplngton was the last ono of seven children. llo wan married to thu Kurvlvlng .wlfei Mlrfe Nanolci Jackson, 42 yonrsugn nnft tb' thhJtitnton two children woro bom, both of whom nra dead. Mr. Sapplngton has resided In Marshall for 35 years, was n inombor of tho M. 13. Church South nnd wao a good citizen. Mr. Sapplngton wan In tho undertaking btinlncra hero for a numbar of years until nbout eight years ago he sold out to Robert Cam pboll, who has bcon conducting tho business ovor slnco. Tlio funeral ocrvlco took platu from tha family rusldcncu Tuesday at 10 a. m. and was conducted by Rev. A. II. Paris. Burial was at Itldgo 1'ark cemetery. SMITH STORES DEMONSTRATION Notlilng scorns to havo quite as good drawing power as arcedlnnar, Tho Smith Stores Co. of Sweet Spr lngn announced n free dinner for Saturday and f they lator consulted their purso thoy wore probably sorry because every body was thriro and ns hungry ns could bo. Tboro wcro about n thousand pcoplo in from the country nnd they crowded the storo nearly alt day. The affair was given to demon strate the American steel fcuco posts and several good spenkors wcro there to explain their merits. They wcro Klvon n good hcarlitg and' the posts tit em ' popular. Goo. V. Schwclch nnd J. A. McCall of Chicago' did thu talking nnd showed they Wcro on to their Job. They claim there posts nro almost Indcstructiblo by tlino and tho first cost In no inoro than Hint of n good wooden post. Tho Smith stores arc selling many of them, ns veil as tho Ken Implement Co., hero. Tho editor took ndvantngo of tho Inrgo crowd and secured many ro rewnls, for which wa extend thanlcn. FALL TERM BE GINS SEPT. 8 J. V. NHFF DEAD Jaincs Wesson Noff, ono of tho be, known citizens ot this part of thu county', died at his homo in Slaterlast Mondny morning nftor an Illness caused hy paralysis with which ho was stricken nbout two wceka ugo. 'I ho funeral services conductod by Itev. Vardcinau wcro ncld at Mi. Iloreb church Tuesday nttornoon at y o'clock and his remains intorrcd in the church' yard at thai ptneo. The decased was about 51 yearn o , 030 and a native of this county. Ho woh a son otho lato Henry Noft an:' was born on a Yarni noar Oroarvllb Ho was twlco marriod his first wife who dlod many years ago, was thr udghtor of Jphri .Hayes of this coun- .tj . Hlo , ceidoflfa uofore.h,cc mar-, iv rllVj WM-tltaiJfnWW 'twnatr Wm, Flold, She and tlirqo children Survive. Jhey nro Lojn T. Wnllacp o? Orenrvllla; Miss May r.ud Chcsley o Slntor. iTo is ulso survived by two. brothers and a ulster, Josoph J, an ' Jno. T. Noff nnd Mro. Lucy Pago. Mr. Nuff'a grandfather, Isaac Noff, sottlors of the n farm noa-. Arrow Hock in 1830. Ho was a native of Tennessee. Sinter Rustler. .MOTOR TOUR COMINO H. 12. Peak, secretary nnd treasurer o tho Kansas City Motor Car Dealers Association, and C. II. Davis, a Star reporter, parsed through Marshall Tjiesday In tho Pathllndlng car of tho association to arnngo for tho big tour, which wilt pass through Marshall on tho 1Mb of Bcptombor. 10 cars with ICO passcngurn nro expected and thoy w III hnvo with them a well known good roads npenker, who will tnlk ut thn court hnusu nt nlgnt. Thu car went to-lntcr and Glasgow from here. wan one of tho first county, locating on MRS. W. R. MILLER Mis. JJtiltlo Miller, fiG yours old v.lfo of W. It. Mlljer,. died nt hor homo, 7 mllcB northwest' of Mnrshnll, Wednesday, August 20, nbout G:30 P. in, Mrs. Miller had been 111 for some tlmo of Drlshlo dtacaso, which had a - footed hor heart. Sho was tho dau. gliter of Hugh chrlsman and wai reared n Salluo county. A husband and six children survive tho wlfo and mother, Tho funeral took place Thursday, afternooii nt Un ion. church west of Marshall. Mi:rjO(A'riwi:n:n camphelt. Mrs. Knthartno Campbell, 77 years old, tiled Wcdnuaiay, August 20 nt 10:30 a. m. ut the homo ot hor daugh ter, Mrs. Frank Mitchell ut Shackel ford. Mrs. Campbell had been con Mhcd to hor bed Jflst ono year vlth apoplexy. Tho funeral smiio took place at tho Shackol.'ord 'Catholic church, Thursday) August 21' at 8:'!0 n. m.T uud wns conducted' by Uttov. Father' Mcna. Hurlrff was at UWso I!ark ccmetory. . D. ERNEST CO 1 1 1) I'LL D. Ernest CordoU, 73 yoars old, dlod at tho county farm aty 7:30 p. ni;, August 2G of gcnoral debility. Durlal was at Blilloh cemutery Thurs day, August 29, .lOHNMRAKK t i John Pt DrakoJLpol.) Cl yoara old, cUeij at his homM Wost1)jIackaoh, vtMKf. August, 23XoX; hear'iStroublo. ieh8d boe slckJ'lheo,FbritXry, The deceased, who haa'resldedilnfjiarshnll 32 Kara, camo horo froni Chtlllcotlio upd was a liny merchant. HQ waa Ijarj working nnd Industrious : and. Yoa hold (n high catconv by his .(fiends and acqualntauces wJ3iTbe funeral Jook placoSunday at il!56p. rn. at the Missionary 'Baptist ckUreh. Rev. Mills In; charge. Tho ' ')UBHf-'.BrotUerSoo4V'Sf ,'FrUadihlp cargeo( fbt? buriiBflrrMil Jnte MAXESH-HARMON -Mr. Walter Manoss mid Miss Ollffi Ilanuon, both oi Swnot. Springs woro unltodtln marrlago Monday, August 26 at the homo of Rev. D. O. llolton. In thls'clty, ho otllclatlng. Tho brldo was roared In tho homo of Mr. nnd Mth;A1 itobius of near Sweet Sprlugn and tho nowly married couplo will re slda on tho Robins furm for tho prcs ont, whoro. tho groom will assist In Uio Jfori: pt' tho fajnt. Thp couplo liWuiLtiig tho'Swcoiprljijs ujost ex cellent young pcoplo and wo wish thorn a, prosperous and happy iroddod life. - AMONG OUR FRIENDS Tho following names nra now nub- tcrblera or renown'ls during tho past ck: J. A, Cntos, Mfllta Dr.nd. h, II. Ilaoscmoycr, Nnpton. C. II. Dlossor, Laddonlo, Mo. Supt, L. J. Hall, Mars'.inll. Warren Hedges, Sweot rfprlngs. J. V. Wheolnnd, Sweet Springs. II. A. Akomnn, Sweot Springs. A. J. Uinphlet Sweat Springs. J, S. Troeco, Sweot Springs. W, E. Akcman, Shackolford. 1'otor Ahlf, Sweot Springs. H. C, Terrell, Dluckburn. J. II, Smith, Sweet Springs. John Hoffman, Sweet Springs. Henry Westell,. Dlackburn. H. A. Eisner, Sweot Springs. Wt hi Crnln, Bwoet Springs. , Peter Akomun, Sweat SprlngB, Col, F. M. Stone, Marshall. Mrs. W. h. Davonport, Slator. Mrs. Sarah Foil, R. 3, Malta Bond. Cleveland Ford, R. 3, Malta Bond, W. J. Vogt, Grand Pass. I. N. Elsea, Marshall. J. L. Houston, Mnltu Bend, M. E. Tribblo, Mnrshnll. John D. Sanger, Marshall. Mrs, W R, Maiicss, Sweet Springs. Mrs. Susan Bradford, city. tZANNA 'VAWTEU '-Susanna -vawter, 1 1 inoAths old, daughtorof Mr, and Mrs. Will E. Vawter, died ut tho homo of hor par enta on East Arrow Thursday, August 21, at 3:30 n, in, of Inflammation of tho bowels. The, ltttlo girl had boon Dl only a few days previous to her fatal illness, Tho funeral took place at the family residence Friday at 10 a. in. Burial was at Rldga Park ccmetory. VvXui'O CAUGHT FIRE Anja'utonwneif by UT, A, Doughty audi WlUj-'tlmphoya 'caught flre Frl uy ovenlug-on Sbutil'RVdniah avtinuo'. Tho city flrompn Wcro summoned to extinguish 'the blaze, but It had been quenched before thoy arrived. The Ire was the result pt, letting ho water, get Jow In tho tank, flight damage was done! ' ' v. , FOJNI) GOOD MARKET Sallno hud a good dollgatlou of, cattle sUlperu in Chicago Monday; who were'favpred .wltb. a good market. Anong them, yem JLHouston, J, Superintendent L. J. Doll of tho Marshall public school has an nounced tho following assign ment ot teachers for tho ensuing school year, opening Monday, Soptom ler 8. All the teucners of tho corps ara now under contract nnd tho lorco scorns nn exceptionally strong one. Tha five now typowrltors for tho nowly installed commercial course in the high school wcro re ceived rocoutly, and the work bids mlr to bOvYfT popular with our young people. Resident pupils nru charged no tuition for this, these now branches nnd tho regular tuition for non-rcsldcnts admits them fully to these nnd nil other ttasscs In tho high school. With a strong collcgo preparatory, general teacher training nnd rnmmcrclnl courno, nnd n faculty consisting of twelve members, five gentlemen and seven ladles. Both tho academic nnd athletic interests of tho student body will bo cared for as ne ver boforo In tho history of tho in stitution. High School Prln. J. K. Bear, His tory; llss May Dugglus; English. Minn Mary Flutior; English; Mrs. Mnttla Yancey, Mnth; Miss Mary Davis; Latin; Miss Inn Northcutl, Normal; Miss Mildred Mcllrldc, Gnr mnn; Mr, II. E. Rich, Sclcnco and Math; Mr. E, D. Grain, Sclcnco; Mr. (lareucs Livingston, Com; Miss Emily Alhcltz, Study Hall; Mr. E S Placo Music; Eustwood Prlu. W.L.Johiliion, Stli Miss Lillian Sparks, 7th; Miss Kutla well, Gth; Miss. Mabol. Harrison, GlIi; Mlsn Allco-Montagub,' 1th; Miss Kit- llo. Carroll, 3rd; .Miss Ada Swluhcr, 2nd;.. Mlsn Ellis Uolumoji, 1st. .Bqnton Prln. II. F. Conrad, mth; Mlftn Anna Dysnrt, 7th; Miss Laura Fuhr, Gth; Miss Anna McCormlck. Cth; Mlsn Aunlo Smith, 4th; Mis Holono Sllffe, 3rd; Miss Lillian Hall, 2nd: Mlsn Mubol King, 1st. North Mlsn Mazlo Bridges, lDtii-HiillcU' Impct and ,3r.l. . - XXpfazfa fc Hlgli School Oradca--Mls3 Hnrrlct Laurio, 1st. .- Prlu J. K, Bear of the high school, h a graduate of Drury College .and han done post graduate' work nt Chi cago' Uulvorslty. During tho past two years ho has curved very success fully as principal of tho Mt. Grovo high flchool.' Mr. Homer E. Rich, In structor In sclouco nnd mathematics) Is n graduato of Contrnl Collcgo and has dono post graduato at tho Univer sity of Colorado nt Bouldur. During tho past three years ho has boon ono of the very strongest membors of tho klartervlllo high school. Ho Is u grnduuto of tho Slater high school, Mr. F. II. Craln, Instructor In sclcnco. Is ulio u graduate of Central College and has dono post graduato work at tho state uulvorslty nt Columbia. During several years Vast ho has been principal of tho Gilliam high school whore his work has been exception ally successful. Mr. Crnln la also a. Sallno Co, boy and was graduated from thu Sweot Springs high school be'oro going to Central. C. Living ston, f Bowling arcon, Kentucky, who will have chargo of tho commer cial branches In our high Bchool, com os to us very highly rccomondod. Bcsldos a broad ncadomlo training ho Is a graduato of tho Bowling Green Business, University, with tho dogroo of Bacltolor of Commercial Sclonco. ProV AVt L. Johnson, tho . npwly chosen" i(r,lnclpnl ' ot tho Eastwood School,' is u-graduuto1 of Marlansvllje Collego nnd, also of tho- utato Normnl School- at Warronsburg. During tho past two years ho has been at tho hcud ot tho schools at HumanBvlllo, where ho has shown himself un excellent Instructor and oxecutlvo. Prof. II. F. Coonrnd,, who will within a fow days tako up, ha work as principal ot tho Bonton school s also ot tho etato normal Bchool nt Warronsburg. Ho has hail a punbac;o,f years, experience ns teaebpr nnd lirlnclpal arid conies to Marshall highly- recomnded. Mlsa Laura Fuhr, who will havp ehafgo of' Gth grado.'at Bonton School, la n graduate of tho State Noma! School nt Warronsburg and n teacher of several years oxperr lenco. Miss Kittle Carroll, whoso work will .bo In Grade Thrpo ,t tlie. Eastwood Bchool. Is also irom ine Stajq Normal School at Warronafaurp;' and ltaS!;tauB.t successfully in ,uo. town ana country for se.voral yeare Mlsa Mazje Bridges who will, teach at tho Nrtb School, It a,.fraduato,,o( Mlsspurl Valley College. rs. '"it.- CAM PH ELIi-FOSTEH Robert E, Campbell, son of Mrs. Minnie Campbell and grandson of Robert Campbell, Sr., ot Marshall, was married to a Miss Foster, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Foster nt tho Blackstono hotel In Chicago, Sat urday, August 23. Tho groom was born nnd reared In Marshall and his many friends hero extend congratula tions. Tha newly wedded couplo will bo nt homo after September IS In Cleveland, Ohio. FIRE AT MT. LEONARD REDMAN-MARTIN Sterling Redman, formally of Mar shall and n graduato of Missouri Vulley collcgo and Mis Nellie May Mnrtln of Nevnda, Mo., woro united In marrlago nt tho home of tho brldo'a pnrcntn, Mr. nnd Mrs, T. B. Martin, In Nevndn, Tuesday, August 10th. Tho newly wedded couplo will juaka their future home nt Fresno, Calif., whoro the groom will tench science In thu high school nt that place. Between ll and 12 o'clock Tues day night Charles Chrlsman of south of Mt. Lcouard found his barn afire. Ho was too latp to save It though and three horses as well as a big supply of hay, oats and seed whoat wero burn ed with tho barn. Tho loss Is about 11,100 with GO0 Insurance. PICNIC AT BLUE LICK W. T. Clnrk and J. R. Shannon will glvo a picnic for farmers and thresh- era nt Bluo Lick Springs, E miles ftouth of .Marshall Monday, September 1. Various contests will bo engaged In during tho day. INTERESTING EVENTS EVERY DAY A FARMERS' DAY MARSHALL JW-JEFFERSON'CITY O Tho Marshall ball pluyors 'defeated tho Jefferson city representatives at thu fair grounds last Sunday by n scoro of 20 (o 0. It wan tho opinion of most ot tho fans that it was a very loosely played amp on thu part of thu Jciicrsou uuy noys. this gamo gives tho Marshall boys tho Missouri Valley championship "for semi-professional teams. FIRE AT HOTEL SALINE A small flro broke out In tho linen closet at the Hotel Saline early Satui- day morning, supposed to havo orig inated from n dofecttvo wlro. Quick nnd careful work by tho propcrlctor, Mr.Cassady, assisted by Messrs Mills) Ilclmbrook nnd others in applying the hoso provented serious damage. Total loss about $100. Slator News. Thu Impcnchmont nt Governor Sul zur of New York was a topic of gen urnl Interest In thu nawcuapura of tho country during tho past wool:. Many nro disposed to excuso his net ion bocnuso tho reason for his expo sure wan on nccoulit of nn honest piirposo of his election.- Tho Phlln delphln Public Lcdgor says: "What docs Xow York gain by putting Sul aer out of offlco for doing wrong bu fore he took his scat, when tho oc caslun of his romoval Is 'tho right that ho did alter ho-assumed off lco7 cached bwauso hn waa hon tt . . i. H ,n.un.... t. And tho samp paper also ' obsorvos. "If Governor Suiter wns guilty before election, after election 'hq put both feci on tho ground and snld in effect "I will not hnud over this govern ment to you blackmailers to savo my- aolf. if there Is a prlco to bo paid I ft III pay It, I will not botray my trust.' However tho charges may read It la for this do'lanco that ho Is to bo tried, If ho In tried. Tho Inte grity of tha uxocutlvo o'flco, not tho lnanclal Integrity of the oxecutlvo officer Is tho real Issuo'nt stato. On tho othor hand tho Now York Tri bune, which soos clearly enough that Tniuniany Hall Is behind tho whole affair bcllovcs that "Tammany Hall's codo of political ethics nnd Tammany Haifa motives Hi thin are well cue-null understood" and thinks It "certain that Governor Sulzor would novor havo beon In peril It his monu mental egotism nndMurphys politi cal principles hadn't clashod;" Is nevertheless constrained to continue: "Yet Tammany Hall did not construct tho succession of events, which tho testimony bo'oro tho Frnwley com mlttco portrayed. Tammany Hall did pot swear to a falBO stntpmont. of campaign contributions and fllo It In the nnmo of William Sulzor. Tam many Hall did not buy stocks for William Sulzcr's nnmo on campaign checks nnd turn them ovor tq a stock broker." Tho New .York Wfirlii de clnros that "tho Governor huBj nobody to bjamohut himself for hli down fall" and '"that no matter whut de fense ho muy offer, his public career ) onded.'' .Great nrltuln, Franco aud Japan nroinnioiiK the nations, which have in terposed their lufluenco upon Iluerta admtnlstratlbn In Moxlco In support of thp United States to bring nbout a peacoful settlement ot tho revolu tion, The escape of Harry Thaw from the Winm at Mattoayran,' New Yprk, his flight to Canada and his arrest has been the sensational Rem of Inter cot,' during tho past week. H 1b 'now' snld that ho may ngrco to return to the United States or to Vermont)' where, ho will tight his logaltbattlo fpr freedom. Ills case growafeoro complicated. A snarl witntn aTWiarl, Hjiefw wlthn a caso. The cas4wRl pcrhapD turnlsbf materia) for wb paper stories for many months? it .waa unfortunate for tho couatryithat, V ' - - - . M . t. . l' 1 A 15 i 'jaa.maamoi auccassiui in niatav lOkjiaa seoiuHon in; paruiiUBKciMai ' SCHOOL HOARD CONVENTION The School Board Convention of Sallno county will conveno In Mnr shnll Saturday, August 30. Prof. I. N. Evrard who has beon making a tour of tha stato speaking nt vari ous teachers' convention will arrvn hero In tlmo to in alto nn nddrcss bo 'oro the convention. PRELIMINARY TRIAL Thn two mon arrested during thu county fair for picking tho pocket ot Clint Lacy, had their preliminary trial Tuesday. The men gave their names nn Samples and Scott and plod not guilty aud were bound ovor to thu crlmliinl court In November. (SIR IAS DORMITORY Tho girls' dormitory for Missouri Valley collcgo, which has been held up for three yoara ponding the dcpl- ilon of tho church case, will now ho built. Tho money (for the construc tion of tho building waa donated by tho lato Mrs. Louisa Campbell, which amounted to $16,000. Tho Missouri stato fair at Sedalla September 27October 3, gives won derful promlso of a great exhibition nnd largely increased attendance. Coming just before tho American Royal at Kansas City, tho Illinois state fair at Springfield, nnd the Now stato fair at Muskogee, Okla and with a largely Increased premium list, all departments or tho exhibi tion will be strong, especially the live stock show. An examplo of tho prospects for tho show may bo seen In the entry list for tho World'H Greatest Saddlo Horso Stake, In which there has bcon twenty entries. In arranging for tho coming exhi bition nt Sedalla, particular atten tion has been paid to tho practical Interests of tho farmer. Tho model farm on the fair grounds: lectures and demonstrations by the exports of tho federal station for tho preven tion of hog cholera; plowing, dairy and egg-lnylng contests; thn boy's stato fair school, premiums In can ning nnd brendmnklng for girls and corngrowlng, stock and corn Judglui for tho hoyn of tho farm, and an es pecially attractive display of farm machinery will bo among tho fea tures. Mondny, September 30. will bu "Automohllo Day," nnd thousands of nutomobllo parties nro expected to visit tho fair and enjoy thn special features that havo been arranged tcr that day. Tuesday Is "Sedalla Day," Wednesday "Agricultural Implomcnl Dealers' Day," Thursday "Governor's Day," Friday "MlssourJ "Editors' Day," nnd Every day 'Missouri Far mers' day." Sovcral thousand dollars have been expended on Improvements on the grounds and new buildings and many free amusements have bcon te curcd to entertain tho visitors nniong them Thavlu's Band nnd Grand Opera Suxtctto, latest models Mono plane, n four-drop balloonist, a nplcn did racing card aud flvo big acta of vaudeville. The homes of Sedalla will lo thrown open to those who profcr not to stop nt tho hotels, nnd on Informa tion burrnu located on tho public squnro of Sedalla with a branch office on the fair grounds will fur nish messenger sorvlco to dlrct visitors to their destinations and fur nish Information. Tho catalogue and. premium . lUt may ho secured frco on application Uv Secretary John T, Stlnson, Seda lla, Mo. A POINTER. ON iiaiiph ULUVtli J. A. Catcs was In from near Mt. Leonard Thursday selling his crop of clover seed. Ho called in to rcnow and on being asked about his crops said tho drought had cut down his corn crop considerably but that ho will havo enough left to livo on for awhllo yet. As art Illustration of how to mako money on 'cl6ver he said hb hod just hulled 121 bushels -of clover seed from 25 acres of his farm worth ?0G8. In tho spring ho first cut tho clover from this field nnd It made 30 tons worth $1'G a ton or 4fc0 for tho first crop. Then tho seed yield ed $908 with the tailing of G tons worth $10 a ton or $00, a total of $ 1 .COS from the 2R acros In ono sea son, After deducting rent and ex penses thcro is still n good profit. Mr. Catcs says clover must bo handled Intelligently. Tho first cut ting must be oxnetly at tho tlmo when tho second shoota aro starting and not a wcok Inter as that would cut off tho now growing seeds. Then It must bo carefully threshed In his caso Sam Fulkcrson hulled It with his now separator. A'tinriiiiiim iiii try floating 820,000 men. tho war do i artment Is now planning to provide Franco with tho first aerial mtlttla In tho world. Tho Konial of this al ready exists liftlio 'form of 200 civil ian aviators, who havo beeu formed Into a permanent military organiza tion, which In caso of war will bo un der tho direct control of tho minister oi war. Tho twentieth unlyorBal pcaco con gress hold Its annual session at Tho conference, at Chicago last week agrcod on Important, amendments to the Owen-Glass bill" nud nppolutod a committee of soven to endeavor to havo the changes Incorporated In tho measure. Members of tho confer ence expressed tho baHcf that the ad ministration forces will be convinced by tho arguments nnd will modify tho bill so that It will bo reasonably satisfactory) to tho business lnteren,t,, , It is cnld that German, Statesmen aro watcblrig political ovbnts In Aus tria wlth'tconsfdera'bio 'nuxloty, Evi dently things nro not going well In slzo of tho French' nrray on a pcaco tho dual nlonnrchy, whose weakness Is chiefly sought In the mutual hatred of tho many nntio'tialltles of which It consists. Hague, Nothorland last weok, Tho de legates voted to hold: -tha next con gress at Vienna In 1014, anil It was decided to tako to that congress tho Invitation of tho mayor Bon Fran7 elsco tb hold tho 1010 "congress In, San Francisco, The pedce congress finish Its labors aUer J .recording a further series of ttbad Intentions and Its appreciation oftP$eslfoiit'''Wl8on'd attitude twards poucer -Tho thanks of Ihe congress woro communicated by telegraph to PjreBldcat 'Wilson.. Edward E. Mcttchnrr'ian ot the puhllo sorvlco cbmmfcsloii'Ahas been designated 'as Tammany Hajl's can- aioaie lor jyoroJw-Tvn.. iua yor qaynor will J probably also be nominated by tha Gaynor league with u complete lndepdBt city ticket of MEETING OF TOWNSHIP S. S. ASSN A successful mooting of Blackwatcr township Sunday School association Mas held at Rldga Prairlo church, August 21th. Rev. A. B. Jackson of Longwood gave an address on "Teacher Train ing;" Ilnrry Johnston followed with an address oh "Tho- Importance ot Teaching"- Rim B. T. Wharton dor llvorcd an address on "The Church's Chlof Field"; Alf;P..Roctor Bpoko on "Optimism, as. Related to Sunday School' Work." All tho speeches wcro well appreciated by a largo audlonce. Not tho least appreciated parts of Uio program, howovor, wan tho solo by Miss Ezcll and t''o duct by tho children, Henry and Dorothy Mc Cutchcon. An offering or $22.00 was received 'or the work of tha association. An nbundant dinner was served on tho grounds, free to.cvorybody. ,Tho next rocotlng-of aheaMOcUtlon wJH bo at Ucthlohum chuTch the fllth'.Sanday In Novombor. KANSAS CITY MARKET. KILLED AT HIGBEE HIGBEK, Mo., Aug. 25. Estll Hudson and Charles Shafer were killed and W. D. Edwards was Injur ed last night by running Into the M. K. & T. freight train on a rfusollno spcoder, or track trlcyclo, on which they wcro returning from a dance at Elliott. They mistook tho headlight of the engine which was coming out of n switch for a switch light, and ns thoy weru making about forty mile an hour did not realize their mistake In tlmo to stop. Tho speeder struck the euglno full force, throwing Hudson nnd Shafor under tho locomotive, which dragged thorn about fifty foot. Hudson's neck wns broken and both feet wero cut o'f, whllo Shnfer'a right arm and leg woro cut off. - Edwnrdatiijumped and struck' small' wooden" platform 'and ;-wns ren dered unconsctouv runiiilnlttg-'Bense less several-ilioura. Ho was rnJurod about tho head and neck and Boveral ribs woro broken. Glen Peterson of Marshall, Mo., who was In tho party, jumped with Edwards aud escaped with fow scratches. Furnished by Tlio Moso Land Milling Company, August "7. Opened Closod Closed Wheat Yesterday Sept 81 H 81 U 81 M Dec 8G 85 8G May . ...Oltt OIK 01 V5 Corn. 3ept. . ..7BV4 74 7C Dcc 70 70W 70U Jay 72U 71ft 72 No. 2. Red Whoat 78 Not 2. Com 63 LADIES REST ROOM Tho ladlfifj of .tho MardhuU.-chaptor D, A. R. have" established a fest, room in the basoment at tho south cast comer, of the court houso for tho women of thu county; BODY FOUND Tho body of Len Cook, who,wlth his two sons, William und Jewell, woro drowned Friday, August 15, in tho Missouri rlvor at Glasgow was found Wednesday, August 20, be tween Littlo Rock. and.Llabon. 4 W&ti ' HM;wa.rvaww'"'-;" Pi .."?'-" ".i"-" ..rrr'", ''irriv f Mr. W. L. Stiles and daughUr, are vieUlng Mrs.. Louia aMera of gwMff Springs, Mrs. Maatera waa a eounty seat visitor, Tueaday Mi a4 ob .'.'. H.Ct POULTRY MARKET. FuruMieU by The New York Racket t Hens 10 Springs 13 Roosters 5 Eggs . . .. 1C Duckn . 10 Geese t . G Turkeys not wanted. "DARWINISM" VDarwInlamM with nlliHn:fullmeaii. luk'aud thua ltainhtldoe;oud remedy bill bo thersbjecth for a sarmon ut tho First, Baptist, church next Sunday morning ut It o'clock by tho pastor. Ho wishes all who aro Interested to nttond. Tho modorn schools are turning out skeptics aud lufodels all because a system ot sclontetlc thought has been Introduced, which rests upon a bare assumption tor proof. FIRE HUNDAY NIGHT. Tho city :reruan wero aummonod to tho home offNorman Chaffee, 7-15 Nor.th jeftorson.t Sunday ovonlng, August 2-1, about 8 o'clock. There waa a leak In a gas plpo and Mr. CLnffco struck a match to locate it. a blazo waa the result aud It was due to tho promptness ot tho fire extin guishers that a big loss was averted. Vi I it .if'1 MA1UIIAGE L1CKNSB Willie Foot, ilappyYlUo, Colo. Berth Parsons, Miami.. Robert L. Thpmpsou, Nelson, Nnvn Vltlit Tounindnil. NnlKVB. Wnito- n tiiiiioMi kvmL gDriaiw. v Olivia O, HaiinoQ. Sweet 8riWi.f Maud Jshsaea. WUr. ,0 N, ;m'm, Ha4r,i -. tr . .... . r t.-.-.-J' i t It.