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sfAmuiAfifi m:rtrnr,!CAN' rniDAY.'ocTonEn 10, 1013. Marshall Republican Published every Thursday and enter al Hi pot office at Marshall Mo., as sccond-ttass matter. Terms: $1.00 Per Vcnr In Adtntitc I. J. WITT, Killtur. ii. li. I'llKSTOX, HiHnc.vt AlniiitRcr. Tflcpliniios: don, 21. Offlro. Huru- Now l the Mm (o fiild out win-re t i l.elonic. IT ym like "rlieitir Mi hit; ou Br n Ih-morrat. If mil, lii rc a liepolill'nn or protwtloiilM. i. b the murketo nml onr miliiry a ,i n lutnitht. Cl r: i now Urifi hill wm wnt to t , ,.- .lmt Friday and ha slanml It ' Mglii, aolnti Into rffact ialur u The markeiK rUturday showed c . lttlr chanf. tontfarjr l wr. 1 1 Hi r, and ladlcatlns that th , of thf Mil was antleipaied. , '.ill will grmtly diminish rut t ' ,. ri-'lpts. hut the nay Income tax HI uiiotit even up matters. r 'i hi- kovoriiinont la having twenty 'our river haw and Hire mw tow fiats Mull for sertlr on th Mia i,( url river. The boats ar Mil t il. true-toil at (Srwn Hay, Wis., and Dii'iiMiie. la. T!ny nrrt speled to tip iliiMiiil uforf siirlmt Tkvtt art) t.i im th- river blonalnt to the ovi rnini nt thru tow hosts, mural I .irM - and two snrve) lioata. I i-Vnator Won says h ean't ti'll M it i fifit ihH t'nderwood tariff bill will huie on tho cost of living its It ) coiiiMtural. No iloobt that Is t,i i .. now lth iMmoerat. h1-tli'.'.i-li Ih'-y sei-uteil to know exaetly what eliert It would have before the la t ' (Ion. The hlah eoat of Itvlttx will no doubt be reduced now, hut the m xl elertlou will tell whethsr wo vant rhenptir llvtnat with Its natural lower lirhes. r The follnwIiiK slHtoment niprol In un ttdiertUomeut of llnrt, 5ehnf fuer & Mark, tho arwit dotlihiK n.anufnetiirurs: ' We mnilo Isrsi preparatloiis In ml value of the psae of the tariff bill, nml we will ho Iho first Atnurl ran rlothes niHkwrn to offer those t ew fabrics on an extensive wiilit." Now the iuilloii Is who Is hurt by tltu ' larau preparations" wnteh i liw M ueals. il The ruins of the road as proscribed 1 y law should lx duly olworvcd by nil travtUrs espiH-lally uutoiiiohllo ilrlv (, The followliiK Is uu oxtraet ftcm the laws ol the state on this nt jort and should b a initttr or In ttr( 't to our roadi-rs: ' Whi'iievor u pursou oporathiK " motor ehlrlo shall meet In In public lilahwtiy any other person rid uk or drlvltiK horse, or other nnl iiiiiIh of any other vehicle, the person ro operutliiK such motor vehicles t.hiill rensoimhly turn the saiiui to the lUlit of tho center of such lilnliway iu im to pa mt without InterfereiiCD 'When any such pel sou so operating a motor vehicle shall oiertukn any such l orse, or animal or other vehicle filial), us soon as pructlhlo, turn aside to the rlKht so as to allow free pann npo on tho lull hand hide. An such person so operating a motor velilclo bl iill, at tlio lutersoctlon of jiuhllc highways, Itoep to the rlKht of tlio Intersection of the centers of 'such 1 iKhways when timiliiK to the rlKht n ml puns to the rlaht of such Inter bcctlon when turnliiK to tint left. Kvery person oporntiiiK u motor vehicle uu tho public liliehwuy of thin itnte shall drive thu sanio In n caro ful nud prudent manner nud nt 11 ruto of spied so as not to eudaim'er tlio prpperty of nnotlioj-.orjjjo jlfrt or limb or au;jierHou;. 4;roniQii, tnnt the rate of, ii(n;o(l In oxcoih of twenty live miles nil hour for n dUtanco of one-half of u mile shUU'bo presump tlvo uvldencu of driving at a rate o speed which Is not careful and prud cut. "Whoever opcrntos u motor vehicle V.I1II0 In uu Intoxicated condition bhall bo Kullty of mUdoiucuuor. Any person operatltiK u motor vohlclo who, knowliiK that Injury has been cdttsojto aiiHjrson or property, duo to tUftulpnlliflty' of tho said opera tor, or to 'accident, without stopping uud rIvIui; I1I9 name, retldonce, In eluding street and street number, and operator'u ll;oiiwi uumhur to tho in Jured party, or to tho police officer, or In casu no police officer Is In tho vicinity of place of said Injury or accident then reporting tho same to tho nearest police station, or judicial officer, shall bo guilty of a felony punishable by a flue of not tnoro than Jive hundred dollars or by imprison went for a term of two years or by Jjoth such fiuo and linpr!onmcul. If convicted for a second offense, lie is pullty of a felony punishable by Im prieonment for n term not less than two years nud not mora than five years. Upon a conviction license Money I lunc money Id lonn nt flvo nnil (iiin-lmIf pT cent nnniint Irto.iv . fik, mIIIi tlio prli clone to Iho borrower of pitying nny pnrt of prlncl ml nt nny t lino, nml rrlmtc tlio Intercfit from date of pnymciit. TIicm nrc Ilticrnl tcritia nnd If you want money, now In, a Rootl'"! time to uct II. , ,i'j I furnlMt nbMinrtn nud perfect tltlcHlo nil ImhIh nml town. Cot- : In Hflllmurounty. I limo liuortt Uw Knllno ;minly furiuh. If )ou tina dim' for hlc let iiih know ntnint It. AlllCfl M.VAl(l, W-l-H-MH--H-H-H--: shall Htate. be n-iokcd by the secretnry of il Let nilMiiu t for Itnnil UrnKUli'K The County Sent Highway Com mtaslnnera Sherman p. itustou and Jun K. KH t, met farmers In Mar shall WednwMlHV from different parts 01 the cuuty and lot lontnictn lor draaalna the roads as lollows: All of the Miami road, the Sinter road icopt four miles out from .Marshall, road from Wanntnuker to Marshall, except six miles out Iroin thu county Mat; road to Arrow Itock, except five mllus out from Marshall: nil of tho iante I'e Trail Wft, oxcept from the county seat to Shackelford. Thsre were alxmt fifty farmers hero but the attendance from the Im mediate vicinity 01 .Marshall wna very mall heii'o there wer lew contrrcts let for druKKlim the roads near this rhe lllahwny t'ommlsalonera any tho MnndiHll Automobile club should net busy nml try .to Interest tho far mers IItIiik within live or six mile of the county seal to Im InterHsted iu Hood loads and accept routrncts. Prank UUlnwr. hlahway enalneor, who la serretiiry of the commission, as absent and Deputy County Clerk , T. (I ray took his place. The I'ainll) Cough .Medicine In every home there should bo 11 bottle of Dr. Kind's New Discovery, aily for Immedlnto use rn'heji ml)' umber of the fumlly contracts a cold r u couxh. Prompt use will stop thu pread of sickness. K. A. Htlii, of Macon, MIcJi,, wrltiw: "My whole family dopends upon Dr. King's New Iciovcrv us the best couuh nud cold meillclni) In the world. Two fiDc. olllus cured mo of pueuiuonln." housauds of other fiiinlllus have been qunlly heiiullted uu ddepeiul entirely pou Dr. King's New Discovery to curu their cougns, routs, tnroni ami uiig troubles. Hvury done helps. rice, mie uud Si. 00. All druggists. i:. Iiucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. I.ouls, Adv. r.VCAI.UD l-Olt l.inTKIW ItumnluliiK In tho Marshall, Mo, post oil Ice, October Sth, I U I :t. If not lulled for In two weeks will be sent to thu dead letter office at Washing ton: Ladles -KiIuioumiiii, Mrs. (I. A.: Ilnner, Miss Carrie Hodge, Mrs. KlUftheth; Moore, Mrs. ltobert; Wlch- ol, Miss .Mildred. tleiitlemeu llreshears, Johnin: Huhey, Jn-nos W.: Plarson, I.owls; Pillow llcusoii: .Simpson. ltobert; Schneider, Titus; .IoiiiiIhoii, J much A. 0. II. HACON, P. M. lloiiic.Kccpliii; Women Need 1 1 fill 1 1 1 uud Streugtli, Tho worlt of u home-keeping worn- nu makes a constant call In her strn- gth uud vitality, and sickness comes through her kidneys nnd bludder of- ( tier thnn shu knows. Foley Kidney I'llls will Invlgoiiue :mhI restore hor, and weak hunk, uervnuHUOHs, aching Joints ami Irregular bladder action will all disappear when Foley Kidney Pills nro used. Alv. P. II. Franklin, druggist, (JOOI)' ItOAIlM PIOMO A big good roads rally- and picnic ttllbbu held nt Cnpltnl Hull Orovo'lu filllliim, Tuesday, October 14th, under tho combined auspices of tho Fayette, Glasgow, Slnler and C-llllnm commer cial clubs. Many proiulnnut speakers will be present nnd thoro will bo imihlc by the (lllllum band. A basket dinner will bo sorved ut noon. A d'eiille uud I'ffcrllvo l.itxativo A mild, gentlu uud effective laxatlvo s what people demand when Buffering from constipation. Thousands swear by Dr. Klnn'H Now Life Pills. Hugh Tollman of San Antonio, Tex., writes; 'They nro, beyond uuestlpn tho best pills my wife uud I hnvo ovor taken. Thoy novor causu pain, Price 2Cc. nt druggists, or by mnll, II. 13. Duck kn & Co., Philadelphia' or St. Louis. Adv. Tho (Ira ml Lodge of Maeonu of Mis souri iu session at St, Louis last weok elected Van F, Door of Kansas City as Ornnd Master and decided to hold next years convention at Kansas City, Colin M. Sclph was formally In stalled as Postmaster1 of St. Louis suceedlng Thomas J, Aklns, Republl can. ft to Loan. ,Miirlinll, .Alo. lltll'tlllT MAIITI.V inoci:it' Jim ilerrell and Will Osier have purchased the (I. Fred Martin groc ery nnd hnrdwuro store on the west side of tho Hiunre, which was cloned two weeks ngo nud wilt bo open for business Saturday morning. They hnin lidded n fresh Jtpck of groceries nnd a new line of hardware. Messra Ilerrell and Osier are ex perienced more.-intllo men, Mr, Iler rell having been with the New York llacket 'lor 12 ours, nud 11 Iho litis been Iu business the past year op $0 nt llrunswll:, Mo., nnd Mr. Outer comes to Marshall from lleriiduu, v here U- was In the mercuutllo husl r.i ss. We wish Moascra Ilerrell nml Outer success In their Rrocery uud hard ware business. I'. (', IIOIT.MA.V (il.TS CDNTJIAfT C tl. Iloffiiiiin. Marshall's thrifty contractor, bus secured the conlrnrt lor the construction of n $:i,'00 bulldliiK for Hiimmoiiil Ac Suiumers mnrhel works inmar the Mlnsoiin Pacific station. Thu building Is to be of brick and will take the place ol the old strurliire now occupied by MiMsers Hammond and Summcn Work wits started this week and will he pushed to nn early completion Mnyor I'ltssgornld of lloston visited St. Louis accompanied by his daugh ters, Agues nnd Hose nml delivered tin uddress nt the city club. Want Column I'Olt IlKNT: Klght room modern rcslilcncu on Knstwood; steam heat ed; acres of land; will rent very reiisomibli) to desirable party. Will rent house luriilshed or unfurnished or sell household nud kltch-u furitl lure. Phono rosldence 2U0W. Of fice III, W. I). Hush. , (17) I'Olt SAM.:-flood now sor;um uioliuHieH nt (in cents per gallon ut It. S. 1'oniuer & Spencor, it. 2, tUatvr, Mo.--'. (10-10) Till: MOI.KIt IIAItllKIl collkoi: or Kansas City, Mo., wants men to learn tho llnrhur Trade. They offer splendid Inducements uud 11 short term coinpletos. They mall rrcn n benutlful catalogue and usk all our readers to send for It. (10-10) POU SALK: Splendidly located two story, hot water hentod residence on new paved street In Marshall, Low irlce and easy terms. Hen Allen fi Crockett. dO-l!!) I CAT PACKAd'l-J iiti:i: POST (WIIDS Send only "o cents to pay for Hint great farm publication, mo Ilsauurl and Kaunas Farmer, to bo mallud to our address ONH YKAIt nnd yon will receive n grout nuckngo of FIFTY- TWO post cards FKIiH, postwKO nil paid. Theso cards nro most boautl fill creations of art, latest (designs, consisting of Floral, IllrthdayOreet lpgs, Thauksglviug. Christmas, Now Yvur, Vupn.tii)o. St., I'dtrlck and Has- tor, Notliliii; ))!,!;, tljtls rcat offer liinilo before. Tlio iissouri unit linn sim Fanner la one of tho best fnnn publlcutionii'ln the West iMulVfubUShV en nioug sciQiiiiiic lines. Send lit cents today and securo this great farm publication ouo year and this magnificent pnekngo of earns Address Missouri and Kaunas Farmer, 8th and McUeo Sts., Kansas (ilty, Mo (0ctl7) Huston's Grill ! - .i r,f Is One o the Nice Places to Eat in Marshall ! , "Our Trade Is Onp'Tfiht Service Made," and wo Invite Your Patr(rji)e HUSTQMS East Side SqUiire.)' IIO.V HOCIAIi A box social will bo given nt tho Hall Pond school house, 3 miles southwest of Crotcher, fi miles north east of Sweet Springs, Saturday nlBht, October 18, for the bonollt of the school. liverynno Invited to at tend, Kthel Wilson, teacher, Tom Mann, labor lender of I2ng land and advocate of syndicalism vlfltod St. Louls'&'iid Knnsaa City lunt Hvcek nnd delivered nu nddress nt each place, lie v.-ns rerently re-1 leased from prison In Kuglnnd, uftcr I serving two months fur Inciting troops to mutiny, lie is In America im an organizer of revolutionary tra de 1 iiuIouImiu, HAVE YOU CATARRH? nannl ; breathing impaired? Docs your throat net huahy or clogged? Modern science proves tlint llicscsymnloms result from run down health. Snuffaondvnpors are irrilntini; nnd useless. You shouldbuildyourfiencrnl health with tho oil-food in Scott'a Emuhion-'xis nourishing powers will enrich nnd enliven the blood, nid nutrition nnd ns rimilation nnd n&sist nature to check the inflammation and Ileal the sensitive membranes which nrc affected. Scot t 'a Emulsion will raise your standard of health to correct catarrh. Shun alcoholic mixture and intUt on SCOTT'S , , iH-aain'.y:ap ZB9MES X S A PUBLIC SALE I will hold Marshall, on the Sedalia road. maker, on Wednesday, and will HORSES 1 bay mnrc, G years old, work single or double; bred to jaclc 1 brown mare, G years old, bred, to jack 1 bay mare, 3 years old, bred to jack 1 bay horse, 4 years old, '15 hands high, sired by Harry Axtel, broke to work and ride; a good saddler 1 gray mare, 4 years old, sired by Perchcron horse bred to jack, and broke. f, 1 spotted filly, 3 years old, sited by Lord Russell. 1 bay filly, 15 3-4 hands high; sired by Harry Ax- tcl; broke to drive single; is a good saddle horse. MULES V 'Jvorttale; btlAJk rind .'br.o'nlG hands hih; ; wpiflh' HO'f'io 1500 pounds; are good bpiied 32 2-yppfd coming 3-yrold mules, about equally divided as to mares-and-horses.' 7 3-year-old mules, all broke to work. G yearling mules, all extra good ones; 3 mare and 3 horse mules. 6 weanling mules, 5 mares an,d 1 horse. Sale Will Commence at 10 O'clock. The Methodist ladies, oj Long wood! church, and the Baptist ladies of Salem 1 church, will serve dinner. TERMS OF SALE: Six ninths' time will be given, at 8 per cent inter est, purchaser to give an, approved note. o . AUCIONEEIRSQIp C, P- Hudson, CLERK E; GUvcomb. "Htc MA V IU! PIIKSIDKNT" That s tho proud privilege every American born boy, of Hut, whether or no, he Is your roll ntld Photographs that prcsor 1 vu bin boyhood nnd youth will mean everything to you Iu after j years. f WluiL be menus to you now, bo , t III also menu to others i;oiiio j day, nud the, little collection j "tnken nt" vnrluun nges will bo . u priceless treasure for genera- I Hons to come. Phone .182. .Mrciii:sNi:v, Tin: piiotooiiapii i:it in vot'tt town. tt , Thu big now barn built Inst year ) of walnut nml oak lumber nnd valued f 1 ut i:;,Oou belonging lo S. P. Withers of Fnlrvlllo was bprued to thu ground j Wednesday morning at nine o'clock. Nu one hud been about tlio barn fori ,101110 time uud no ouo has nny Ideal how thu flro started. Tbero wore . COOO walnut longs, .'10 tons of hay i nnd numerous farm harness nnd oth er things In tho hn)n, There was no , slock In burn. There was $l,r00 In surance on tho burn. Mr. Withers, who took a load of cat Ho to St. Louis Tuesday will not bo nt homo fur several days. Ho does not know of tho loss of ti In barn by flro. a public sale sell the following described property : r- . i . 1 11 ' 1 " " - - " m. vv aijkpr qo ig III IM nlL V'J-'tfL'fJ II I VI ,111 Adl LOOK Rood to you, don't they? Well, theso arc but two of our many pjnKory Autumn styles in Adlcra Col legian Clothes. All tho latest shades, the newest weaves, thu most pleasing turns of fashion are well represented. Any Collegian Suit you select will keep its uhapa and give you wonderful ccrvi:c. Conu in and post yourself on the latest kinks iu correct dros3. J. BERG & SON at my farm, 12 miles south of and 1 mile north of Waha- Oct. 15, J13, CATTLE i red cow, 6 or 7 years soon. Bred to thoroughbred Hereford bull. 1 black cow, 4. years old, calf by side; bred to a thoroughbred Hereford bull. 1 Jersey cow, middle'age, a good milker 3 steer Hereford calves, weigh from 600 to 700 pounds. 46 good yearling steers; will sell in lets of 20. HOGS. 40 head of itock shoats. Will be sold in 4 bunches 2 heavy sows. Farming 1 1 farm wagon '' " 2 Sujkey hay rak,js, 2 corn, planters. 2 cultivators, 2 sets of, double work harness,- And many other articles too numerous lo mention. Harry Hudson, kejtip Hieronymus. r'a ml Ovrrceiti tlllatu J old, giving milk; be fresh Implements. I ,1. I )(. . -.Ill- -lbs .'I iifltl "suilli i.r tiff, 1 Md ?jwr hi'' f" CollriUnClothct VJ.LJLS3 IV 'I' . "I .