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ir-MAnsttAM HKPUflLlCAN l itiDAV, xovi:.Miu:n 7, 101.1. MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP (Contliiiiiil hum Page it) l-tdobtcdiK - 1 lui- (ii urred nil nn- il mx-ratr of roils per hunilre-d .. tm valuation nn nil property In M m'v u to Ii'vlpil, unit (hi 1 ! 1 ii'ldltlon In alt oilier tnH. i lit qwvKtlon In bp datermliiprt 1 in .In r uti an undertaking Ik ,. aud then whether or nnt It a !vMl)ln tmd lor the best Inter- i nil coimnied. If no advunt- . be fi.lin l M (he Individual 1 i;. dmiiiiiiiK iront a frmichlup . to n municipal ownership basis !' city, tin 11 wli should muni .1 inerk!iip ftitli Its attendant 11,. 1 uni'iialnlli In establish 1 . iiilrtkrii? . r n fmnrhlM- system, each In , 0 iUImii 01 1 In- tnn, know I.. v. Insre hu stumls. lie does not u n- lights tor hia home or .uiIpxh h so dmlrec, and In . .ii 1.1 In- liax 110 such lights te n.i lilii-r In Hip clinif or h lax 1 'oiid-d nde:iledlii"ii of iil .. i'i nt her Im. t'ntlfr a franchise en i lrlnn lo iim HhHim. has . .;.-rluiilt of il illlK ': nnd " . hat lo do In fiirli event Is to 1 1 ho ll'thu in nils lied IiIim. ami 1 11 liU v n-Jiil'-liia. IttU how ' . 1 under iniiiiirlital ownership I Untie. Tin- iM.rwui nhn iihpi' ' 1. 1 1 -lit k In Ms nous or liiml 'II not ont contliiUP lo m no irf' or iiiorp for the unit lif may urn', but In addl 1.1 fm so (tit h Hr moi' upon iii'd dollar" ax a tux. with . t'i pay for a plant, and 110- ii how murh worr to main .nut tuakt! nwdwl rppalra hihI 1 ' from limp to time. Th .ho does not dcali idorHir . vbn will not Im In irmli of .".or u ho liaa Haw or other 1 . light than i-lcrirlc In liU 111 lo rcinipi lliMl lo assuma 1 11 tut for something hi doim ' ' mid does not Ri't. nnil will . lied to pay a lax for 11 phut i' . n-r of aonip one i'Ikp. A mini- i:i'it riopa not dividend". ' "idltMtlal illUen. lull lilt. Ill- il .It lion lii constantly reitilr- 1 i'iil to pay for such lights im 11 -. I ut In addition l constantly . ! lo pay hla money Into I lie i r, .i ury. to kcpp up Hip iitut. 1 'i' 11 ran It In- ld to lie iu any t . whatever to me Individual ii axfiunip liu- burdens oi , .il ownership, uiiUm It run .. i t hut It In an mlvantHK to 1 iU' poat of Uatu I'.KiiiiU'd and 1 upon hi in! in' W'hon you vi'iiliiic upon l.-.il ownership, you Ret upon i 1. niu bpb. Certiilnly It enn't 1 ! that n muulcipiil plant can . on- with t.o.iHiii than a private .( iin.ler the ownership of a roin- lii ii thu one now aupplyliiK the il limits of the town. The proktmt i . n uiriilsliPM all that II In paid i I jet the provision for llKhta i i tin' city Ik Iniiileipiate. Take ' UwMltiK lor liiHtanie. How . ilvhtM and what kind do you . ' it on I'oIIprp Addition or as that mailer Is roiicoriiud on -': t In the city alter you leuvo ' ; ' lie s'ltiore? TIib present com. i nnUhra all that the city feels ' tu coutrui t for and to pay fur, ) i niiiilshp the hind reiiulred anrt i " i il to bo ild for by the city--It i i. in't b vxver(iMl to do any more. V ' ' do your lights out In thu sub. ' look Ilka? i Some one in tho uu v- like pancake,) I don't ! if oii jipoplu on the outer eiko ; i I. i.Iiir on thu Munition - you H tot KeltliiaanMhliiK. All the '';!,! uro down town j?ntid, ' pkjrnd ) 1 the city jhaH ordS4Uio pajiv t i placp lh6m. I.el mo tulfyou win . tliliiy ; whim you Ket municipal i 'irr - til ji and Imvo voted a whole lot ' lu.n.u. what bettor are you roIiik v ? You will not only ho pnyltiK In, illy the siime price for street .t uili the Interest on your T,.lf, wldgh you nro reaulred to . but in addition you will ho pay i the orltiiuul houda In tho Hhapo x, ift-'Tfp oriit;R'arrauar? we ,nro not Kolng to liafo any. AVo want n urodern up-to-date system and ser vice mid ouo tmpplylng all portions of tho clly fairly unit equally. Wo want tho enuio kind of service that 411 tho jirogtVKslvo up-to-dato cities of tho Ktnto of Missouri aro getting nurt wn w'ant no uncortalntles ubout M for Murahnll la tho host town of jliera all. Yro can drive a contract of fhnt i-iu,i M-lt li a coinnanv that is auio u-lllliie to furnish It. Whut Is tli ufio of JilvJtlnK double cost ana Avuoh'KHS fliid uncortulnlty of every ... ''"'"'VlT' ' - - . r . . k'lwilr1 1,'ndiir municipal owncjuinp, r a, tjx'' ftHlfc't ttdjVnntnRQ can be fl riittViit i'tHi sl5j!tlu'ii'or tliat kln'ii. xvffa;feiocHj ajpttvrle 'for an ftiin'Ihinut 'and electric ., jU9't,ktiow-iYha lls)i(q uro to bo furnMied, where they are to be plalctlicr propolllon than equal service eed what power they ore to be, what i to the entire city, la .unfair and the lite pi Ice Is to be nor ntiythliiR else about It. The ordinance promises imtlilup. There Is nothliu: certain about It, except thai tint- costs of IUIHh will bo doubled nml trebled llirouiih the additional costs of pay. ing for and mnliitnliiliiR tho plant. Il) bunds you saddle a debt upon your Lelve you net no returns no divi dends. They soy that eventually you will have II payed tor, and that It will be beno'lrlal to your grandchild ten. Yen anil when It Is pnld for It will he an old heap of nothing, which your grandchildren won't have. Why lie nlwnys stud) lug about your grand- hlhlren anyhow? Aro you afraid the comliiK Kciicrnttuus will he unable to lake caro of themselves? Don't be afruld, you will find that they will know n well what they want, and as well how to get it as we do. Trust a little something to them; leave n lit tle fomenting lor them to do, and let us lo aome extent at least live for the present. I nder the frntichUo systom )ou can drive a contract, and know exactly whnl you aro going to pay for Unlit", have the exact kind and ilres furnished that you want and have thiiin located I rum one end of (he town to the other and placed at every street cnwnltm. In tho ono ciihp )oii know exactly what you nro doing. In the ollar yon know uothliiK about It. II Im bum said however that In Usui In with thu present company, you are tompcllod or will be eompell- I lo pay them Interest on certain iHlllded IllilchtrdliOfcM limited by tho lne to do with the price of which elpptrliity must bo furnished? Them' rales are to be based simply on n fair lelutii lor the fair and teasoit nble atue of the properly employed In lurnlshliiK the lights mid upon no otli-r basis. Why. If In doullug with my clients. I could charge them feim, Wised upon what I owe, I would he In gloiy. all the time, but unfortun ately I can not. Hut It l said, the Income of the inoiuni company Is some $ 10,000 dol lurs from both the elect! ie and gas lighting. This Is spokuu or by many as clear prollt. If It Is clear profit--then tiny person would know thut the value ol the properties Is very large, much larger than :i times 170,000, 'or anything Ihul will produce nil an nual prollt of Jin.uuo In this country ! valuable, Inherently. Hut In study ing Uicko Inures you should not loo skill of the constant expense ;ind expeiiillt tires, which must be paid nut of this sum; the help that must h employed, the engineers, tho Jlrcnien, tho linemen and n xcoio of other employees, the repairs thu uipllc to bo purchuied and tho Im- nionre coal hills, when all tluwc mut ters are deductud thero Is but iitilo lull of the. $10,000. if tho gentlemen honestly think It Is profit, then why propose a bond Issue for 20 years mil a .to cent annual tux levy: why .101 borrow tho money for 2 years; nulld your plant and operate for that leu th or time and you would Imvo J10, 000 more than enough to pay for th" whole affair. Why Isbuo bonds at all If It Is such a profitable business? And besides alt that 1 have said about rales and much more that could bo mild, thu iiucsllou of fair rates and Mirvleo In now u fiiostl jn under the luws of Iho statu of Mis souri, for tho utilities commlsHlou, 1 can't iiKteud with my friend Hector us to tho iiNiiessuess of t li lit commis sion and Its utter liiefllcleiicy. Ho ought to remember that this commln shin In a creaturu of mo latest ad ministration: that of (luvernor Mo tor's, and Is neccossurlly alright. It Is not a grandson or daughtur of the old lttillroud rommUsioit and has no .'ounccHou with U. It does not do business In tho samu old way. llo should rcmemhur that tho old com uiIhbIou dl4J fiom thu fact that Hh t;(iefulneKjJiad beejToutstrlppefln ttioi'liro'reH! and ehiiup of tho f al.t 25 year's, nn that'lt whs ubollsli'dd because It had neither tho authority or power to control the now condl Hons existing In Missouri; but tluu the utilities commission Is u commls slon growing nut of tho necessities of the now conditions, ami given nu thorlty and power to Investigate anil Inquire and ascertain uud learn what Is right and proper and what Is nec essary and haying learned what Is rinht by .tlioirrordcrn to onfrlfclitho doing 0CitV)r,fp5!?9"iai's'i0 u contmctftyjjKMlio MjJng, JiegluW It Is Mittjbct Rij toratOBahd "scrvlco to tila'jmniisslon nnd'lhey(Phavo authority to approve or 'order other rates In offect. So that there Is no longer any nccetslty for municipal ownership under tho presont law, If thero over wos. Thoy havo tho sanio control over municipal ownership that they havo over prlvato. The olty cuu not play with tho niuttor; when they start In to operato a municipal plant, they must operato It. They must furnish adequate service to the oiltlro city, nt whalover costs, an thoy cnu under tho lawa au they now exist ho compelled bo to do. Munlcl pal ownership might cost tba city of Marshall $500,000 In 20 years, Xuy unfnlrncM thereof Is sufficient alone without any other quentlon to i.-un-deinn It. Tako yo'ir water compnny for nn Illustration. Vou nay It Is p. success. I inn not making any crltlcUm; I u:u simply takitiK the nltuatlon as it id. Tor 1 1 years the peopla of this town in uYcry part and portion of It, rich end poor l.uvo been paying a water tux for it urtor plant. In ndltlon to that they hum been payiiiK t ho huiiio prlco thuy paid the prlvutu ciinrjany for v.nterupeil. Yet I am told thft Ihcco pi'Oplu many of them who h.tvn h-cii payiiiK tho tax for the pi nut all these years, are not within reach of water; In other words Ihey are anil have been for 11 years pnylni; for soiutthliii: thuy haven't Kot. Thu iiiulns do not reach within 200 ardn of many pri'inlnes 1 nin Inform ed, and In hoiiic partH of the city. there Is no prclcnso of water at nil except as It falls from tho wkles; yet they arc all taxed: are Mich things mlr, rlKhl or rensonnhlo; thenc people Inivv been dnmetidliiK water hut thoy can not i?et It; If your water plant r ns a micceai they could net It ncc rewarlly. Why Invoke a ayslim of tiiat kind? Can not thu peoplo in Marshall who have n romer on tin! water afford to be content with uy lUK for II themselves? Sum they tan and miro they uro vlllltm to; the present eoudltlons are Jtuit beluit iiiiido known to them: why umSir lake to continue a nystem of that kind of tho llxhtlni; buslnew. Let us first correct tho Inequallly Inthen-at-tr buslnewi. I ten I I Wn to Tinusfein. Itoht. .1. KUur to ltobt. V. Hume lo 3-10 ncnrt 20. 27 nnd 31, fil, 22. William i:. Montgomery to W.llllan U. Lewis :. acres tec 21-10-21, $100. Knuik I.. Illackburn to Alll'j lirlf Hit lot !i blk 12 N. ex Slater. $2000. Samuel Hill to Michael II. Kirls, lot lio by 327 It sec 1-51-20. 1250. John II. Julian to John W. llumol ton lot 7 blk :il N ex to Slater tJtiOO. Itobcrt N. Ayers to Lot A. Doughty lois 5 and C blk 5 l.'iigiisn Add, Mar shall, MO0O. James N. Stnlsworth to Kdwin II. .Merry 113. 71 acres U-1 8-20, II. Michael Jacoby to Kathiino 1'. N'ev.ell 2 acres sec 11-50-21, $400. Lot A. Doughty to 8. Prank tivuna and wile lots 5 and C blk 5 Kmtllsh Add, Marshall, $3000. Jar II. Johe to Jiiii. T. 'Curry and W 3!i acres hoc ll-IS-20, $1000. .Mary 13. Kemper lo Win. W. Wal ton lot ('. II 33 3rd X Add Slater, Mo.. 27O0. Wm. W. Walton to Mary H. Kent per, lots l & S II I G N Ex to Hl.Uor $'.'72.1. Lucy IS. Jluxtou to Virginia lic- kott lot 55, for natural life, Miami, I. Has Itctui licit I'ltnii Trip. County Highway Kuglnuer Prank Latimer returned Friday night from an extended western trip, which In cluded Seattle, San rrnnelBco and other western points. Mr. Latimer says ho enjoyed his trip and vacation ory much, and feols much buttor, for the few weeks rest. Mrs. Win. Tyler who spent two week nt Unmnna, Oklu., with hor nls. tor has returned to Marshall. Ono ol the pleasures of her visit was attend ing thu dry congress tit Tulsa last weok and tho entire visit was do llRtitful. Miss Molllo names of tho Nor ton neighborhood, camo to. Marshall 'rlday and left Saturday morning on tho Missouri I'nclflo for Nelson, whore she will visit for a few daya Dr. 11. T. Damns and family. ' ' Jus. I). Flemmlng to I). D. Duirtlns lots 3 blk It Hagglns Add Marshall, $7000, Chus. M. llaldwln to It. N. Ayors lots 1 & 2 blk 11 Cortege Add Mnr shalls $500. Mrs. Charlos Gilpin of tho county, north of Marshall was shopping hero Thursday, and was tho guest of her slstors Mrs. Ed. Tage and Miss ncsslo Sparks. , v , , , Miss Mury Kuthorln Abney and MIkh Virginia Abney of "Napton .tnado tho Domocrut-Nows a pleasant vhilt Thursday morning In coVnpany with their grandfather, Dr. T. Ai Smith, whom thoy aro visiting In Marshall. I'aul McAnlnch and wife of Sodalln and Mra. C. W. McAnlnch of Hous, tenia camo to Marshall'-Wcdnesday in a machine and wore tho cueaU ot relatives for the day. Prank If. llrockway of Arrpw Hock- was attending to buslnoaa In the county seat Thursday."" Wo au Job work. NliW MAI' OV SALIXi: COUNTY Tho Missouri I'nnncr I'uts Out Mngnlflcent Now .Map of tho County. Tho Missouri Farmer has recently published a splendid new mnp of Sal Ino county which should find its way Into ovory home. This nciv map Is approximately four by rivo feet In slzo and shows every farm In tho county, Its size nnd tho owners name. It also gives every public road, st renin, township, railroad, town, rural route etc. In other words it Is easily tho finest map of the county uvcr made and It required weeks of work on tho part of a good droughts n.nu to produce it. On tho reverse sldo is tho latest map of Missouri, the United Statea and tho World, toKcth- or with the pictures of tho World rulers, tho president of tho U. S. and thu governors of Missouri, nnd also a comploto post office directory of the stnto with the population based on tho last census. In short it Is u complete Atlns of tho latest maps f i oin county to the World and will bo found iavuiuanio ns n mutter of .re ference In any home, Kvcry family In Siillno needs tin tip-to-duto map of tho county ns a matter of constant re ference white the other maps nro ahto nn ever ready source of Information. Ordinarily a line county map alone never sella for less than $5, hut un til further notice wo uro authorized to make tho following offer: Two years subscription to tho Missouri Farmer, one yor.rs subscription to this paper nnd n copy of this splendid map for $2.50. Tho Missouri Farmer Is Missouri's gioatest farm nnd live r.tock paper and should not hu confused with any of tho cheap, so-called farm papers. which nro flooding the country. It Is published at Columbia, thu homo of Mlsio'irl's greul Agricultural college cud one of Its chief objects Is to keep the farmers of tho stnto In connlnnt touch with this great Institution. It is edited by den. It. Kills, ex-secretary or Iho Missouri Stato Hoard or Agri culture a man who Is perhaps more Intimately acquainted with thn needs or Mlsslourl rannorn and thn pro blems they have to solve, than any other man In thu state. Mr, Kills t a practical farmer himself, owning Land operating n splendid farm In Uatcs county and combining ns do does, a fund of practical as wall as scientific Information his ndvlcn and counsel on everything of agriculture Is valuable to ovory thinking farm er. In thu columns or tho Mlnsotirl Farmer tho ablest agricultural think er In Missouri express themselves continually upon current farm topics. Yon will find splendid articles on tho raining of corn, wheat, oats, Mini.- la and nil othor farm crops, whlo ling cholera nnd othor live stock dlscnse nro discussed by Dr. J. W. Counuway, Dr. D. F. Lucky nnd olhnr nhjo voter Inarlans. "Sam" (Ionian, tho lain cub 1'ottls county Fnrm Advisor, will tell about his work during tho com ing winter months nnd ovory Mis souri far in or should read what he httn to say. A great fennt or information Is In sto.'O for those who will rend this grout farm paper thin winter. Tho successful growing of alfalfn will ho a special subject. Co-opcratlvo creameries and co-opornttvo market. Ing will also ho handled tu a power ful way. Hut It mutters not whnl subject you may bo Interested In whether It be tho raising ot farm ciops, live stock, horticulture, poultry or what not by leading tho Missouri Furmer you will got tho bcBt Informa tion going. However, there are other foatures In this splendid publication which you will enjoy Immensely; unlike othar farm papers, It Isn't entirely gtvon over, to dry rending, mutter. You will laugh nt tho many funny thlngn whlchi"Sam" Jordan, tho "Snm Jonotj of Amprlcan-ARrlciiUuru" snys In his, column of "Sense and Nflnfleie.', S.q too, you wU, enjoy 'I'Juekshqt by tho I'roressor ' wuo rips people wuo are shlftlo.aBy up. tho back In morcllcts ritshlou. iloro thnu all else you will cujoy roadjng often 'The Good Sam ariton." This department Is odlted by ono of the most brilliant ministers In Mlsicyfrl nnd ho makes you mingle tears with laughter. You will alfo like "Tho Hound Table" undor which head current public questions aro dls- usacd, Thon too, thero Is tho whole some philosophy expressed under the head of "After-Thoughts, " which havo. been eagerly read In thousands ot MIssour( .fnrjn homes for several years, AUogothor this grun paper la so fluo and wholcsomo that It should find a place In ovory farm homo In the stato. Heretofore tho subscription prjco of tho Missouri Farmer has been 5Qo r.or year, but in the near future it will be increased to "5c, Vherefore,, when you got the Missouri Farmor for twq years and tho Republican for one year for $2.50, the splendid new map of SnUuo county doosu't C03t you penny. Solicitors are, now working u houio-to-house canvass of tho county Thoy aro reliable men and wo trust very farner In th county wilt, take, Advanlaja ar this great offer. Fear. Was 'Anything ever dono by ono who was afraid? 'Wottfd Columbus havo made his discovery ot the New World If liu had been burdened with dark fotn bodlugs? Would tho gospel ovar havo been preached to the remotest parts of tun world If tho missionary had feared hts mluslon? Would thero havo been n United States If thu signers of the Declara tion of lnllepcndencu hud feared for Ltlulr ilvos, as well as they might? Would tho railroads havo crossed tho continent nnd pierced tho desert, and would our cnptalus of industry havo hnd the courage, of their con victions. In building our Industries tl.o wonder of tho world for slzo, output and wages If they had been timid whllo risking millions? Was a battle ever won by a gen eral who feared? Was over n great causo vindicated by one without & iitrouic heart and undying hope? Was over a prize secured by n com petitor who did not enter tho race believing ho must and would winr Is anything more contcmptlablc than cowardice? Is anything more uoblo than courngu? Is anything mora childish than fear, or anything sweeter than confidence In nn nge of unrest, unreason, suspicion ana disturbance? Let uu turn from tho dismal swamps and tlft up our eyes to tho hills. Lot hope Inspire and courage strengthen and tho battle wilt hu won. Tills Is the lesson to teach the children In our schools, to "tell to tho patient toller at his work, to speak to tho anxious business man nt lib desk, to impress upon tho preacher In his pulpit nnd thu coun selor In tho hall of legislation. And Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady. Lesllu'n Weekly. l'.lt.Mi:itS MAV IIKAIt HOL'STOX Secictnry N HiHrtod lo Attend U. of Missouri llvent. I'OLUMIIIA, Mo., Oct. 2'J. Sccre tr.ry of Agriculture Houston probably will bo a quest of honor nt tho mi nimi "fnrmeru' weok" at tho Univer sity of Missouri, January I'i to 10. llo h'lis been Invited and It Is believed thut he will accept. Arthur Capper of Topekn and 11. F. Harris ot Chum pnlgn, III.. .uIbo will nttotid. Tho meeting will be held Jointly by tho Stato lloard or Agrlculturo nnd tho college of agrlculturo. Farm leans mid Improved market conditions for tho farmer will bo dlsciwsod. Ku lopeau systuuiH or farm loutlo will bo rxplalned. Thero will bo a coutttry-llfo con fi renco ngnln this year. Another foa turn will ho tho second annunl "Mis souri ham and hncon show." Three prizes will ho offered for tlib host homo-cured ham and three for the homo cured bacon. TviMimiri"i:vi:u in hkdalia Pasturing of tMttlo Near Open Sower Is Held to Ho CiuiM), 8i:i)ALIA, Mo., Oct. ni. Dr. D. F. Lukcy of Columbia, Stato Votorlnar onu, und Deputy J. K. Woods, aro hi ru for tho purpose of administering the tuberculin tost to dulry cows. It Is said thero aro 150 cobos ol typhoid fever In Bodnlln. Many huvo developed recently. Impure milk U believed' to bo tho causo of several of cases. Dairy cowo are, said to havo boon pastured near an open Bowor in tho Bouthwcstorn part of the city whore many cases havo developed. . N'. J. Finney, for superintendent of (ho Mlsaqurl, Kansas & Texas Hull way, whoso, oldest son has (over, has sunt n sam'lilu of tho milk uiiod by his family tp StatoBactorloiog'lif' at Jefferson C(iy for aaiyslr;;;,r'11 ""I TOAD IN KAHTII YlUlltf; AUW, When Wnrnied by Holler After lies cue It Hops Away. Al'KOHA, Mo Oct 29. Whild cut tlug In a drift 130 fcot under ground Dan jN, Loads, a miner horp,' cut Into a liino bar and thoro found a potrlflod toad ami a llvo toad. Tho two wcro found In a bmall oDonluK.jn. tho solid rock and prob niiiv nml been lmnrisouou lor man; year8,,Itep,ds nsld. IhnHuoy wero Ip patcd ij aii, nlrdglit eliamW. Tho petutlud toau anu.wiu uv uuuuhi wore taken to tho surfaco of tho earth When tho live ono was placed by a boiler tho heat wnrmed it enough that it, hopped away. Hauling Water to Itoaduouse. The Chicago & Alton has contract ed tq supply tho city of Itoadhouso with untnr. hmillnir a dally supply of 150.000 callous from tho Illinois rl vor. Tho wells and xosorvolrs of the city became dry into In tho summer on account of the drouth. The ran road 'reservoir atsb'becarao dry for UWTirst ttmo iu twenty- y,er. PUBLIC SALE OF Mules, Horses, Hogs, Cattle, Sheep Farm Implements, Etc. I will sell a auction, at my farm, 1 mile west of Norton r.nd 6 miles northeast of Marshall, on. Wednesday, Nov. 12th, A lot of Farm Implements nnd Live Slock. See post ers for particulars. . nlc begins at 10 n. in. Frco lunch nt noon Terms Cnsh. WM. A. S. HYLAND. Col. Chns. Irvine, Auctioneer. J. II. Sober, Clerk. STUDENT PADDLED C0LUMI1IA, Mo., Oct. 30. Two University of Mlsvourl iitudcntH huve been suspended from the university fur a week iiiuMhrcu other f(,r Hired days each, as tho result 0 a recent "paddling." K. y. Nnsh, n student In tho school of Journalism, was beaten badly by a crowd of students. Nash wrote a humorous story about tho Comiiioin, thu hoarding club maintained by tho university. Tho story, which contained some not flattering remarks about tho ta ble manners nt tho Commons, was published by thu studonts In Journa lism. Tho humor did not nppcal to the boarders at thn Commons, and the author was paddled promptly. After Iho nffalr was over, Nnsh spent cu hour In the hospital. . (Icorgo W. Sutli Jr., of Jopllu nnd K. A. Ilydo of New Ioudou wcro sus pended for a weok. F. 11. Tomploton Ulcli Mill, J. J. Decker of l'llut rovo nnd W. L. Durnnt of Ilronuoy, Ala., wcro suspended for threo duyn. In addition, nil five men wero re- rlmnnded by thu president of the university nnd wero put on probation ub long as thoy 'nro students In thu university. Tho nctlou was taken ns thn re sult of nu Investigation by tho stud ent senate Into tho uffnlr. Mrs. ICmniett Kcc'.mn and daugh ter, mien of Kansas City and her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy of Shackelford, who havo boon tho guests of Mrn. J. T. l'helnn at Ml South Hugllsh, left Thursday for the, country homo of Mrs. Kennedy near Shackelford. Mrs. Keeuau 11 ml daugh ter will visit thero for n fqw days, bu- for returning to their homo, Ton Car Loads of Feeder. Harry Wllholm brought In Friday Ight from F.lzon In Colo county on thu Missouri I'aclflc ton car loads of feeders, which ho took to his furm orth of Marshall. Station agent Smith says It took them nearly alt Ight to unload tho largo shipment. J. O, Moorls aftor a fow days vIsU with relatives In Marshall has re turned to his homo ut Mounds, Okla. "STARVING Was Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When Tcs. I was stoning to death." sold Mrs. ninma Hell, of Port Pierce, Florida, Ho-x :01, "when I boson f tako Terpna. 1 could not cat any thing. U I uxynllowcd iinythtng it soured on my stoinacli. Sly 'stomach was xiry mtiuh swollen. My bowels acted as If I hud .oouto dysentery. I was In Krent dlstross and pain. Three Broking 6rs. 'V "u" ' " ' I Was In 'Dciipalr.; in my despair t ch'ugllt ril'evory straw. 1'lclilnrr up'n nowspaper 1 aw some account of I'oruna. Thero was a testimonial from n. woman who had been troubled much like myself. I concluded to try I'oruna. I Wrote to Dr. Hnrtman. "At tho name time I wrote to Dr. Hnrtman. Ho pronounced my case catarrh of the stomach and bo-wola. I soon began taumg l'cruna. ai unco I besun to Improve. Aftor tak ing half s. hittle 'my stomach wns so improveu aa iwwu v wun.. rBsgsti io n&aovor. ( Tiion'thls i-ood 'housewlfo gosa on to narrate la ilstall. ho.r rapid 1n prpvomtnt iind final, .recovery. fhe aid, "After taKing iwo pouica 01 runa 1 was stronir enough to stand up to wash tho dishes." When slut bo fan taklnrr I'oruna sho wulBhofl 103 pounds After sl.o had taken five hniifoM of Peruna sho' wolshed 1!3 pounds. Bh concludes by sayluff that Oho 1 well, y U Was Twslvo Yeore. Aoo, Tie latter from which U" aboVe pinlatl-us wcr roou w- cimTiu r...u. o 1041. In i lj.LSf !Bttar.'CMl,a;, nnvo qyapeP"1"- -miHli, y4ombltlJ MOsWeJMWlW ated light brown. Ninth, Vllttcn k,eptcmuec 1J. JHM, w Sjf iiMam nw nit nt slnmno)i 'I slntf aesr. vlalnlty. placo fdf letterf from, her, since. The last tlmoprns,M now obtain frnsi TJls. Sin oil lilt Foot II. I). Kly, of Ilnntnm, U., suffered from horilblo ulcor on his foot for foer years. Doctor advised amputa tion, hut ho refused and reluctantly tiled Ducklcn'ti Arnica nnvo ns n itist resort, ' llo then wrcuo: "I lined our salvo and my foot was soon com pletely cured." Host remedy for turns, cuts, bruises nnd eczema. Oct ti box to-day. Only 2fic. All drug gists or by mall. II. 12. Ilucklun & Co., Philadelphia of St. Louis. Adv. STATIJ'S HAiaNFU INCHHAHKS Oclobcr HecelpH Are lt8l!l,7HH nnil DMiui-Neiiienlx Only 017. JKFPHUSON CITY, Mo., Oct. 31. 'Iho stalpmont of Treasuror K. 1'. Deal llled with (Sov. Major to-dny shows tho condition of tho Stntottrcus- ury as follows: Ilalauco on hand September 30. $3, lPOtt.407.04; rocnlpts during October $KI3,7SS.:il: illsburseninnts during October, $(117,S2l.2l; balance Octo ber 31. $l,2:r..37l.7l. learnings of thn penitentiary for tho month wcro $30,2Cii".29. Collec tions paid Into tho gamn protection fi-nd wcro $3,1)70.19, nnd disburse ments $2,S33.C0. Thero is a total In tho good rondi funds of $227I0S.GS. Noinliintloim for Congivm Already O'llannou of Sedalla, Hoy nolds or Marshall and Delnuey of Sprltigfluld, nro spoken of for tho Democratic nomination for congress. Tho two latter Imvo often been mcntlonoJ ns candidates for tho su premo court, nnd all of thorn in character, ability, energy and com pruhonslou of Domocrnttc principles nro o(itnl of any man In thif district. Denton Co. UutorprlEO. HdcnkN Well for Saline Tiiil. W. W. llnlns tho rnl ostiito man, sold tho Joe Schmcur furm of 100 ncrens 3 miles wost of Marshnlt to Mrs. Annlo Vnninoter, consideration $25,500. Mr; llnlns sold this farm years ngo to Ceo. Clirlsman for JlS.000. A pretty good Increase III tho value of land. Ladlos of tho Cumberland Presby terian church will hold an oxchango nt I'oochor & Sons, Saturday, Noviun bor 8. Chlckbn, pics, cakes and tarU.7 TO DEATH" She Began Taking Perima. wo heard from hor, Dccombor 1012,, she was still a friend of I'oruna. For other testimonials oh catarrh of tho stomach, wo "Ills. of Life," sent , fr'e. Addrcwj Peruna Co.. Columbus, Ohio. ' Tho stomach and bowols aro llnod with a mucous mombranoi They;arv thereforoubject to cnUrrh. tho.samo , n,tlw )ia tuid, thrqstnctrfrrltl, tl stotnach and bowoW wilt dsrannrj tlM' futjc'ttoju'dJ thesii' orcanw.i:'TliB sttariacU dan no loocer digest foodj T fobd' lytrirt Iri th6' tlomnch, cvcji or tv suori iimr, wunoui mcvsnonj Immedlatoly nours. Tlio tourlnir pro'j duces gas and Irritation. " Food Sour In tho Stomach A portion of the undigested merit Is absorbed Into the system by tho blood vessels of tho stomach. This poisons tho whole system, produclm? a condi tion now known as nutolntoxlcatloni nolt poisoning. Tho fcrmontlnir, Irrl tntlmr mass, ns It pauses down Into the bowels Irritate!. ih bavels, pro- atsclnfr $omjtttmen chronic dlarrjioi snclliBOSi prod'uolns' ,tUp, VfJafJtp'poi l(e. 'constipation. .wv; sfl' 'Tha avornco dyspopRla' "ntedfeiM h"Sjps tftpHltflam- sCftli. foo Kven aonU4lcSCrl;i,lln l08 work IWof on1mlrfA)ilAlj;rmi ment rollcf can onty bocxpoctcd when tho catarrh l overcome. Qyniptoms-of CstaVrh of the Stomsoh.j Tho symptoms ot catarrh of thai Btomaoh ara; First, heartburn, See-J ond, food rnt In throat after meals. Tfilrd, our stomach. Fourth, heavy feeling after catliift. Fifth, stomach Vloatod, boUhlng ot gas. jxth pal tiltallon of heart. Havontn, poor dl restlon, havo drperla. Eighth, 1 . , D