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MAnflfTALTi nKPUDUCAN
Friday, APniii it, inu.
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Farm For Sale.
ICO acres, 2 inllcH from Nelson, 40 ncrcs In liluo grans, to acres
T In meadow. 30 acres In wheat, 10 ncrcs In corn, 40 nrres In timber,
surface some broken, but flno noil, A room house, small barn, good
T outside fencing, abundance lino water, small orchard, Price $o0.
A. LEONARD,
Mnndinll, Mo.
MAIISIIAMj niH'l'liMCAN
Published every Thursday and enter
ed In post office ot Marshall Mo., as
econd-clasg matter.
Terms: CI. 00 I'rr Ycnr In Ailvnmo
3. 3. WITT, Kdltor.
K. Ii. l'MCKTO.V, HunIdcm Mniinncr.
baby. Kx.
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Telephones: Office, Dell, 9; Hern
don, 23.
The country nl lnrgo seems to bo
experiencing an unusunl lato spring
this year.
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Tho colored people Rot lliulr school
by a hamUomu majority. Tho only
thins to be lamented over Ih that they
didn't get It sooner.
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The pout office department bns
barred babies from tho parcel post.
Kvldently tho stork's monoply Is not
to be smashed, as was that of the ex
press companies. Kx.
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Tbu tactful husband, noma sage 1ms
rumnrkcil, never forgets the day ol
bis wife's birth, and never remembers
the year when It happened. Youth's
Companion.
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The women of Illinois showed their
colors In lust week's election by vot
ing "dry" nloniNt solidly, and liquor
Interests must hereafter look upon
the women voters .as enemies, who
must 1)0 token Into consideration.
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A "bachelor girl" says a man tisu
ully bus only ono rollur button and
that's either under tho bureau or In
tlio wrong shirt. Dam the bachelor
girl she's getting too almighty well
liosted. Kx.
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An exchnngo says, "coming events
cast their shadows before them, anil
lu a whole heap of Missouri commun
ities thu band boys are getting toge
ther theso days and plunuliig new
tttrocltles.''
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At Watts, Collf., they'vo got u law
point up that will test thu judlclul
in I ii (I s of n good many lawyers. A
defendant In court ask n new trial be
cause, onu of the women Jurors wuh
permitted to go boiuu utid uurso her
In talking with n typhlral sontlicrn
crowd In n town where- llepubllcans
are unknown, It Is easy to learn why
they uro Democrats. -Just raised that
way. Very few favor thu free-trade
or low tariff Idea and If polities were
eliminated thu tariff would be given
an overwhelming iiiluremeiit.
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May J Sib Is the International
Peace Day nud schools ospeclally will
be asked to observe the day. In spite
of u few wars of minor Importance,
tho pence Idea Is growing ami It the
coming generation is educated along
this lino the matter wilt safely take
euro of Itself.
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From nreat Hend. Kansas, comes
a paper cnllcd "The Truth About (lod
and Life." The editor prints on his
first page an affidavit, duly signed
and sealed by n notary public. In
which lie formally swears that "Tho
universe contains no real (lod, that
mnn contains no soul anil that life,
mind and rnusclouRmms reuco forever
In each porson at death." Kansas
has produced many wonders, but this
Is the first time It hns offered to his
tory n citizen who Is willing to make
oath that lie knows more than any
body elro on earth.
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Mart llernld: The American navy
"goes dry" July I. Secretary Dan
iels, upon recommendation of the
Burgeon (ieuernl, has Issued orders
prohibiting tho uho of tilrhollc drinks
on board t'uclu Ham's vessels, which
are to be strictly "water crafts" In
tl'm future.
Our Jnckles will hereafter go to sen
C4 water wagons. It Ih a sign of the
times thai any wayfarer may read
with his oyes shut. Krom tho old
scafnrlng days when a round of grog
wns the standard reward of merit It
Is u fur cry to nbsolutu prohibition
iihoardshlp, but tho spurn was com
passed with one stop. Drink Is the
ngent of driiiikeuesH, and drunken
netH tho tragedy of tho ages. Urns
soiling men universally concedo the
nvil lu alcohol, and to abolish thu evil
IIh body must bo destroyed. Homo
tliim the age of alcohol will be looked
upon with iih much wonder and ills-
llko as wo of toduy look upon the age
of the ruck and tho thumbscrew, of
wlteheralt and the whipping post.
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Strength and
Simplicity
If you prefer a
simple style don't
think it cannot be
had. It can. Not
only will it be cut
along simple lines,
but cut from a cor
rect fabric of certified
quality. It will have
strength and good style.
Adler's Collegian
Clothes
appeal to all men. While
the bubbling youth
can choose a dash
ing grey, with loose
cropped shoulders, the
older man can have his
Oxford, with broader
shoulders, and the simple
comfortable features!
Tlie young man may want
to par $25;00. He can.
On the other hand, the
older- man cut pay $15.00.
This is a store for every man
who appreciates and desires fair
statement i stsndard quality
aad iadividuaj ttyU, - ,
J. BERG& SON,
i Southwest Corper Square
MARSJHAVk - - Missour
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The following extra conductors
were put back to braking April 5: V.
II. Clifford. II W. IJrewn, J. O. llrld-
geM. II. 1. woirr, .1. v. row. n. u.
Drummuuds, J, II. Wood and V. M.
O'llenrn. Ilrnkemeii F. Kruso, O.
I. Harrington, 13. It. Davenport, F. K.
Hlkost, (I. II. Davlilsoii, J. V. Dlllnrd,
F.Wt. Drown, C. K. Klrby, If. Follors,
H. A. Parrel I, It. D. Ilrkman and 15.
(J. (jordon wore nlsodald off.
I. I,. MnttU, who has been an cm-
ploy i: lit the Chicago & Alton, In tho
ar department for the ItiHt five years,
severed his connections with thu com
pany Wednesday night. Mr. Muttlx
has rented tbu Mrs. Denslck farm,
near Hnllne City, and will move bin
family there tho first of next week.
During thu time, he has boon In the
service of thu company ho hns served
us car repairer and lias been with tho
wrecking crew. Ho has never been
with thu wrecking .crew. He has
never been discharged nud has made
n excellent record. Slater Hustler.
Cards nru nut for tba wedding of
Ktieunn Hickman to .Miss l.clu Wood
S o'clock, Wednesday evening,
April K,th. Miss Wood Is n daughter
f Mr. nud Mrs. Norman Wood, who
live nnrthenst of Marshall, Mr. Hick
man Is ii son of Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. I,.
Illckmuu, went of Hlutor. Tim wed-
ling will bo nt thu homo of Miss
Wood's pnronts. Sinter Hustler.
lust as society through education
progressed out of the fearsome dark
ness of the medlcvnl nges, so In due
coiirso It will emerge from tho dom
ination of nlcohol, and the genera
tions to come will shudder In the
calling of those chapters In history
which shall describe tho sickening
horrors of tho timers when men
purposely debauched themselves with
a distillation that demoralized them.
Dallas News.
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From Our Exchanges
.MIIS. WIM'HII.MTUIt di:.d.
.Mrs. Wilt Shaffer, 1!K years old,
tiled ut her homo lu (illllam at noon
.Monday of tuberculosis. Mrs. Shaf
fer spent Suuduy with per parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John I,. Wilkes, at
Slater. She had been In III health for
some time but was feeling as well as
usual Sunday. Sho Is survived by
her husband nud four children, onu
girl and three hoys, three brothers,
lames, Willie and Wilbur, nnd three
ulsters, Misses Emma and Maggie
Wilkes mill Mrs. Mulllu Elgin of
Sinter.
Thu funeral fervlees were held nt
Ulllliim ul Ii o'clock Tuesday after
noon, Itevereiid Sueud, pastor of the
(Illllam Methodist church, conducted
Ihu services, llurlal was In tho fill-
him cemetery. Ilesldes the family
and relatives, Mrs. Mlimlu Gullies of
Slater, and Mrs. J. W, Howard of
Mexico, sister of Mr. Shuffer, attend
ed thu funeral. Slater Hustler.
Homer Juuiugs wns appointed
countable of Arrow Hock township tho
llrst of tho weolc by tho county court
to fill thu unexpired term of Wndo II.
Illggiiibothiim, who resigned.
Arrow Hock Statesman.
'.Miss Liiurn Huiinmnn closed ti very
successful term of school at the For
est Grove school house lust I'll day.
Thu closing exercises were held nt
night nnd tin excellent program was
rendered nnd much enjoyed by thoso
present. Arrow Hock Statesman.
A NICE MONUMENT.
Tipping Uros. of Mnrshnll, hnvo
Just completed thu erection of a nlcu
carved monument in our city come-
tery for tho late Charles A. Joso.
Arrow Hock Statesman.
T)r. Ij. I. Shuck and It. II. Scott ac
companied by Earl Martin, of Arrow
Hock went to Kansas pity Friday
evening to bring back Mr, Scott's now
Mltcholl cnr. They ruturuod Sunduy.
Nelson Uncord. .
Nlv.TI,'; HINK.
A roller nkntluR rink hns boon
startod lu the upstairs room of the
Victor building by II. L. Snced and
Connoll Orr, Thoy opened up for
buslnoss Saturday nlghtr Nelson
Record.
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TIIH CITY KMCCTION.
Tho city election Tuesday passed
off quietly. Two tickets wero In tho
field, tho "Citizens" lieadod by Hay
Lotspclch und tho "Peoples" headed
by It. II. Thorp us candidates for may
or, Tlio citizens ticket was victor
ious and tho following officers wero
olected; Ray It. Lotspelch, mayor;
Hlrain Davis, city marshal; aldermen,
A. J. Cluto, 1st ward; W, T. CrOcse::,
2nd ward. In tho school election U,
W, Cowau and L. M. Nelson were
elected as directors succeeding II. 12,
Staples and W, J. Thompson. Nel
son Record. ,
LAW GOVERNING pUtWCKlKilO?
If subscribers move to other places
without Informing tho publisher nnd
the papers arc sent to the former ad
dress, tho subscriber Is held respon
sible. The courts hnvo held that refusing
to take porlodlcnls from the post of
fice or removing nud leaving them
uncnlled for Is prima facie evidence
of Intention to defraud, .
If subscribers pay lu ndvancc, tlicy
are bound to give notlco at tho end
of the tlmo it they do not wish to con
tinue taking It othcrwisa the sub
scriber Is responsible until oxpress
notlco with payment of all arrearage
Is sent to tlio publisher."
Chns. Drown delivered lfi head of
young steers to H. U. Cameron Mon
day which ho bad on feed for six
months. Tho steers averaged 1MB
pounds, net, nnd for which Mr. Drown
received S cents, .Mr, Cameron ship
ped them with 21 more good ones.
Sinter News.
MltB. MIN.Vli: SIIAM'Klt.
Mrs. .Minnie Shaffer died nt Ollllum
Most renders of newspapers and
many publishers nre not familiar
with tbu Inwn governing nubscrlp
tlonn. Hera nru tho decisions of tho
United States court of tho subject.
Thoy will bo Interesting, to publishers
nnd many will undoubtedly bo glad of
the opportunity to print them for the
benefit of dcllqiient subscribers:
Subscribers who do not glvo ex
press notice to the contrary uro con
sidering to renew their subscriptions.
"If thu subscribers ordur n dlscou-
tlnuanco ot their publication tho pub
lisher may contlntin to send them un
til nil dues nre paid. '
If tho subscriber retuscn to take
periodicals from tho post office to
which they nro directed to ho Is res
ponsible until ho lias settled his bill
und ordered thu paper dlscouiitluucd.
Monday. Deceased was born nl (Ill
llam Juno !)th, 1S80 nud Is the third
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Wilkes of Sinter. Shu wns mnrrled
May 8, 11)01 to Win. Shaffer of (Ill
Hum. To tlicm were born four chil
dren, onu girl and three boys, Kthel,
William, Arthur and Charles. Dec
eased linn been In declining health for
tho past two years. She lenvos n
husband and four children, the oldest
child eleven years of ngo nnd a baby
of eight months.
Mrs. Slmrfur had been u member of
thu Methodist church nt Gilliam for
the past ten yearn. Funeral services
'"ero hold nt tlio homo nt 2 o'clock p.
in. conducted by Hov. Sneed pastor or
tho Methodist church at Gllllnm. The
remain. wore laid to rust lu tho mi
lium cemetery. Sinter News.
HIS .MOTIIICIt Di:.D.
Chus. V, niackmnu lind tho sad In
formation that his step-mother .bud
died about u mouth ugo at 1'nsxndmin,
Calif. Mr. Illackmnn rcgrutB very
much Hint ho could hnvo heard of her
fatal Illness sooner and In time to
hivo gono out. Tho fntlior Is (Irani
Hliickmau, who will be remembered
us running an ciigiuu hero on tho Al
ton In tho eurly 8 U'h. Sinter Nowa.
Ij.U'.vdhv pia.NT'io m; i:ri:cti:d
Another now enterprlso Is schedul
ed for Slater nnd will doubtless bo In
operation boforo tho snow files again.
Messrs J. T. Holmbrook and J. W.
Hijidbrlnlj of illgglnsvlllo wero hero
last week wnntlrig to purchase a slto
and get permission to put up a nqw
laundry plunt. At u meeting of tlio
city council Monday night tho lot on
rront street which hud originally
been sold to Orenr and Holdbrlnk for
tho same purposo nnd Intor bought
buck from them, wns promised to the
now firm with tho understanding that
they Install modern und tho latest Im
proved muchlnory. Slater Nows.
Tho Arrow Rock
Stntcsmnn Inst
Save Time
And Money !
Our Grocery Stock Is Turned So Often
It Needs No Advertising.
the Stqfik Is Fresh and Complete,
And Prices Are At Bed Rock !y
WE ARE LEADERS IN
HARDWARE
BECAUSE we are CHEAPER. Every Ar
ticle GUARANTEED!
Builders7 Hardware, Gloss, Oils, Paint.
Long cxscricncc and hard study enables, us. to
down all competition. Get our prices. OU all-;
HARDWARE I
We Save You Money
OSTER & HERREIL,
Hardware and Groceries. - West Side Square,
Phone 78. Hcrndon 19. Marshall!, Mo.
IN making a trip of any con
siderable length, passengers
can save much time and often
some money by purchasing
Through Tickets.
No waiting in line at large
Union Stati6ns to rebuy ticket
or recheck baggage.
Tickets issued: and baggage
checked, through from this sta
tion to your destination.
I will be glad to figure with1
yqu on the best rate and help
ou select the route that will,
best please you.
Questions cheerfully answered
Much of the pleasure of n journey
depends on getting started right t
Miwouri Pacific. R, R.
S. R. Smith, Agent,
Phone 532, V Marshall, Mo.
Tho Greal Sipel Hallway of ih. west
ami Bottuvwest, , t,no roan your
frlead will recosweriuV'
wcok urged tlio cloctlon of V. V. Wis
dom an n hcIiooI director. A convinc
ing niiino, to say tlio least. Ullllnm
Clout'.
Lconnrd Clicntliam, William Fow
ler, Dedlck denser, Jutncs W. Jordnn,
,!r nnd W. II. Richardson wore Mar
shall visitors Sunday owning. Ilu-
purtH dltfor us to tho brand of lioplt-
nlly offered tlium, hut n fow rotten
poltitocs nud n hrlehhnt or two ought
not to daunt twentieth century' kni
ghthood. However, Mr. Richardson,
chauffeur und chnncrou, Insists that
nilsdlcH Hhnuld not lie shied nt 1!) 1 1
motor earn. Ollllum Ulobe.
Kdltor Francis, of Tho Slater News
Ih reminded, by tho nppllcntlon of
novernl editors, for their post office,
Unit prior to November, 11)12, ho nur
tured n fow notions or slmllur Intent,
lint now ho confesses that no n single
uymptom remains. Ilu will ho satis
fied with u placo on tho school hoard,
and probably tho other editors will
hnvo to bu satisfied with less than
Hint. (Illllam Olobe.
Mrs. Cliarlutto Doliu of Marshall,
spent Wednesday night with her bro
ther, JnmoH .Swift, who Is very sick.
Illuckburn Record.
Dr. John R. Hull of Marshall wns
hero Thiirbiluy morning In comuiltu
llon with tlr. RIcliurt'ou thu caso of
.lumcs Swift. Illnckburn Record.
:.FiRMi:i.
Thu following catechumous wero
confined In tho Ion's Lutheran
ciiurch Inst Sunday (Pulin Suuduy):
August Durfolnd,
Rulph Koch,
Kdna Koch,
Luurlnu Fujen,
Dorothen Wagner,
Clara Wlebusch.
Illuckburn Record.
Tlio high school boys liavo organiz
ed u bftHo bull team und uro being
coached by .lames Rollins, who was u
pitcher for Missouri Vnllo college,
for Bovornl seasons. Thoy played a
picked toam of tho town hoys Satur
day afternoon und wero dufeuted by a
score of 10 to G; thu teams played
again Sunday afternoon .and tho high
school won 15 to 0. Tho high school
will pluy Illgglnsvlllo high school ut
Hlgglnivlllo Wednesday and a return
game ut Dlacklmru Suturday. Ulack
burn Record.
MRS. HUHUCCA HANCOCK.
, Mrs. Robccca IIuticocK, widow ot
tho late Wallor W. Hancock'und dauj
glitor of tho lato Menoah Doamor,
tiled Tuesday ovonlng about 7 o'clock
according to word rocoived hero Wed
nesday morning.
Shu will bo brought to Illackbum
nnd burled Thursday. Ulackbum
Record.
COXFIIIMKI).
Tho following boys nnd girls wero
confirmed at tho Bvnngellcnl Str,
I'uul's Church on I'ulm Sundays
Oiiorge W, Schroedor, t
Elba, F. W. Cook,
Leonard W. h. Rehkop,
H. F, Lawrenco Rohkop,
Christian 13. H, Bchluo,
J Anton J. Leraler, '
' J. William P. Noltb.
Hilda W. M. Koelschcr,
j -Ulackbum Record,
lie Ulshop, Ruth Chlswcll, Porn Km
ger und Rcssln Rogers, nnd Messrs
Samuel Ulshop, Douglas Grady and
Nowton Pickett. Olliiml Nows.
i hu: i)AM.(ji:i iiomi:.
Flro ennio vory nearly destroying
tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Miller Sunday morning between 0
and 10 o'clock. Mrs. Miller who wns
nt homo n lone, discovered tho flro
nud guvo tho nlnrm. Prompt action
en tho part of tho volunteer flro fight
ers checked tho flames nnd saved tho
house.
Tho flro caught In tho wall from a
dofcctlvo ttuo nnd had burned n hole
several feet squaro In tho roof bo
foro Il wan extinguished. Miami
Nows.
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How's This?
Wo i.rtrr Vnc ltumlrril DotUn nimil fM nr
-.. i.f ( l ji til lht finiwl ta cutnl bf III II
i.i.nb fu, Jt cllH(W k CQ i ToIeiJa( 0
Wf. Ilm iimkrl2iMKl. ht known P. J.
"linnr fur 11. Ii'l Ift rr. ml Iwllet him
Intrttlr IimidmMi. Ill fl liu.liwM lrnicllon
mxl llrtnrlillr nblo lu itrr out tor oblllloni
"""""'ffillASK OV COMMKUCK.
Toledo, Ohio.
H!l' Cnlnrrli Cure U lVcn Intrmallr. ctln
illn-ctlr upi Hi I)!""! ""'I rotcnui orfc nt
tlm uilrni. TcflliiHwUU x-nt (w. I1lc IS
crnti vr liotllr. HM I'X U DnifBllti.
ToU lUll'a I'tmllr l'lIU for cotiillpttloa.
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ICSTAIIMSIIKI) 1871. IXCORl'DRATJII) iHH2. ..
WOOD & HUSTON BANK ii
Capital, $100,000
Surplus, $120,000
C. G. I'AGIC Cb.lrni.n ol tlisllaurd
J.P.'IIUSTON, l'r.IJt W.N HUSTON. ChUr
l'.C.HAnNIIILIA..I.C.U.
1) in koto ns-
c. ai. hucknkii Sherman P. Houston 4.
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J. V. IKISTON
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. Tho commdncemont exercises o
ttie Miami high school Will bo hold
Kfiday evening, April 17, nt the Chr
i'etian church in ihs city.
it : The graduating class of 1914 can
sistSsQf soven'BieralioMi Misses. Not
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Ample Capital. Equipment First Class. ,Bcst Servjc
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VANDYKE & CO.
Farm Loans
Lowest Rates Easiest Terms
Office: Between New York Racket and Bank of Saline
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