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   Moberly Daily Monitor (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Moberly, Missouri                                V VOLUME 41 FRIDAY JULY 18 1913 MOBERLY MO In some things is alright but we find that it takes time to do good laun dry work Therefore we take the time and give you high grade work Til 10 MAY IMIO1VXO PEOPLES LAUNDRY JFtcputation of many hoin in MKJ handn of Iho wjiiil fhn bent for thn otilliiy Our in due to tin of our priwH IIH as the junlity of our know much that will you and wn will you if you will and UH Schedule From Time of Leaving1 Moborly Made ami Party Homo for Buppor Will not happen to you if M are equipped with your tho rho velvety Huotion feature IH insurance against the of MET HUNDREDSON WAY Crowds at Every Stopping1 Wow Acquaint ances Made by Boosters MoborlyH first big BooHtnr rip JH now history II WMB jiot nly a noteworthy oven I from tho iewpoint of and Hpootaou ar but the visible oflort and do ire of Moborly to bo well known its jiatural trade territory and break down tho barrier if such n imaginary thing exists bo veeii tho rural districts and this ly and its people Success ong this lino followed in tho wale of every automobile ground and saw no uncovered everybody 11 Frank HolnVan good road maker had a chance to see some of the fruits of his work and to hoar tho Xinany eompli incnts on tho trip Work done by tho county caurt was highly complimented Allen White in tho pilot car certainly led tho boys in propoi manner and was tho right man foi the placo HarryJBoatman in his car ns bugler and was al ways on tho iob JTo made the hoys hustle out of the place on time Or J Mcljollan Avho plan icd he trip and whose hard work made i Imieh a success oamo in for many compliments 31 o was cnmmamlorinchioL of The entire trip unfortunate mishap leus ear near Cairo ed intense regret lo barring tho to Joe Mul whicli ja us all of tho Carpenters 599 213 Reed SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HUH RoBumcd Work ICichard iwinn one of the car rieiH at the loeal post oilieo win has been enjoying his annual va resumed work this morn ing tlack rnriim anolhcrr will begin his vacation tomorrow and will take in all the points of interest in the Keast and will also npend some time at Ialm Heaeh Klorida While he is away Les lie fowan will havn charge of route SuloonH CJot Court Writ All Din saloons of AVellsville ha reopened for business on i of a writ of mandamus PfllNCESS THEATHE PROGRAM FOR TODAY llroneho in two Heart Tluobti A feature parts Tho SpoodoiH Keystone MUSIGAL ROBINSONS chiHB Singingand InHtru rnentalifttfl and Quick Change party and robbed tho display of one of its best featuros was made in safety eaeh stopping placo bo ing reached on time and eacli ear finishing the journey The roads were in good slmpo and Tor tho most of the way not a great deal of dust interfered with Ihe pleasure of tho tourists Tho hilly nnd rough part of tho trip lay in the territory west of Jack sonville almost In Prairio Bill This however was easily trav eled harge crowds met the I every point and gathered along Mm roads were ninnypeople ou fc tnoHt IH to in Randolph county whore so many of the party had friends he stops at Cairo Jacksonville arksville Thomas Hill Clifton tho autoists and kept everything novfng according program A little thing llko a sprained ankle and a torn jup auto could nt keep Arthur Cjimui at homo Tie was oneoT thoImnin boosters l AV Fie Id iii especially on joy ed that part of tlio trip which look him through the territory about Darksville ins old home neighborhood He a lot of his oldtime friends An unusual and very disturb ing sound that eamo from tho Bowers ear excited much ty M was John Hoggs joylaugh as ho looked across Ilia fieldrt near Cairo to his beloved old stamping ground of Tick Ilidge Mr Kobloe of tho Brown Sho Co was with the party am greatly enjoyed tho trip JTo is splendid gentleman and a genii inn booster Louio Klein had a nice advei tiwrinonf of Jiis famous bakery Tho clothing merchants wore among tho best hustlers on the trip They were represented by Forrest and Dick Martin Lowofl Sours Herb Lamb and Harry GiHillan A number of ladies made tho trip nmoHg them being Mrs Christina Faosslor Mrs Harry GiJfillnn Mrs N F Haworth Mrs John Haworth Mrs Arthui McCully F M Randolph Mrs Swan McDonald MrstS 0 Stephonson M J Lilly Mrs W 0 Huston Len Kelly Mrs K J Gco Misses Gertrude Haworth und Gertrude Koth Mcsdamcs John and Boss AValdcnj MiKsos Grimes and Liz xio Torrill and Miss Wilhito m mi I ROW Tom Yoagor Badly Bruised When Horses Became Scared and Ho Was Thrown Out ho tragedy of tho day occur red when Oak Hunter and Hump Both well were let into tho fried chicken department at the Springs Murder is tho only word thai will describe all that happened Sam Stophonson went on the trip Ho didnt try to sell any tombstones Said it was no use in a hunch of such live fellows Sam isone of Moberlys most en terprising eitixens AVhoii old timers like Than Ha worth and Ben White will take such a long drive and outdo many ol tho youngsters tho tow is resting on solid support HEAD OUT FROM BODY Tom Ycagor one in was badly bruised tornoon when tho of the best this county yesterday af team ho was NUMBER163 Special Value In Long Handle Silver Plated iced TEA SPOONS Per Set of 6 driving became frightened and run away throwing him from the wagon Mr Yea go r had gono into one of pastures and was taking a hay rako to the barn The rake was on a hay frame and made considerable racket frightening SE1MJS FOK the horses They became agoablo and bolted throwing Mr Ycagor to the ground Ho fell iponhishead and wan tlneon flcious for several mjnutcs Members of his family who saw ho runaway ran to his assistance ind carried him to his home vhoro a physician was called lie orts from IDS bedside are to the Occt that his injuries are not so ions but it will bo several days before ho will bo able to resume work on the farm Iced Tea and Sher bert Glasses IN CUT ETCHED DESIGNS YOUNG o wave AvoloomoH greetings Of eonrse tho pleasant part of the trip His won drovo tho bakery wngoi the entire distance 1 Tudgo W P Oavo had ono of tho best ears cjiLowd tho run Ho took several guests who great ly enjoyed the trip On tho front seat was Councilman Will Me Grew He denies responsibility but tho ear wan sent on tho wrong road near Thomas Hill and had PIIIMM IIIIH nonrly ami on last IYidav 000 nog roes rontrnctoi1 ionrt agaiuHt tho eily officials di rfcting them to appear in Ihirly days and show eause for not granting city licenses to the loons Thn county recently wont dry by a majority of JfiO MI Ihe Shelby ville railroad vliirli llouek is extending iinrlh lo Novelty tried lo gel f0 nf them tii lay steel lie weured len and they worked one rclnriicd limiii next ll loo Morcurv I ill Randolph Springs hmfsville worn oyable To tho man who tot lately visited them pbicoff iho nterpriso and thrift Ihoy ovi eueod wore remarkable Thoy ro rnpidly developing and are opuhitodhy people ol1 tho finest ypc Hue to tlm fast lime that had made to uovor tho trip ol and Jl dctonr of about seven JmilcM before getting back to the Oil things about ho o m miles not n groat deal of timo of the bowl j trip was the way the driyens obeyed instructions to rnen nnd keep tlinir pine line rule was follower mOMf to the letter The moving picture men out in force Kverot tworMi nnd Ki auto not in al woi Brother of Officer Will FroncI Supposed to Have Fallen Asleep on Track Tritel flnlb was spent in any one place but boosters foi was Tho Weather in i One lot of Mens Patent 1 and Metal Button qualify reduced ternduring JiiHli how Shoe Millions Jolt opportunity was ample lo meet hundreds of people nnd advertise lUnherly as a fine trading center Oarksvillo a refreshmen I was heavily patronixed by tourists and at Clifton Hiil courtesies worn shown tho A Iarlan Jmd tiKtmicnf of his Tlio jovial IiOin I to mo hands with true adve lobnce council ma nnd alon to n parly There Is Only One Oxfords The dinner at the Springs to though partaken of at a lato hour Salo ar in the afternoon was extra tfjand most satisfying Tim brief stop at HiinlHvilJo WIIH enjoyed autos reached or n oclock AToborlv by Gerard Sparkw took some attracitvo literature vertise tho Realty Go GDI ard is a mighty force when i comes to hooHting for r bowl jntorcnts John Sours Noah Hobusk rill lUsry wore three who bad a jolly time and did t Best Buggy For the Price You Wish to Pay Its up to you to find it We have been buying and selling buggies for 30 years and we have selected the best values we could find for the various pncesr Come in and take a look at our Buggies and you will save money They are all marked in plain figures and at the lowest price you will find for the qual ity We will give you the Best Buggy to be had for the price you wish to pay Come in any time You will be welcome MO of tho Trip o be able to Hond nut biles nnd nearly 200 on a journey of miles is another evidence of tho Moborly spirit John and Will OKVefo to know everybody and body knew them and of their wholesale house Thoy are mitu nil born who bavo hoJpp put Mobnrly on Mio map Will Bowmvi of tho big Son had a cnr well doc and filled with ver limn p matter Ho saw mow I everybody A P Tenill John n lot of good miHWOMnry work and hnnndry ad attracted much at tention for tho though Is ol ninny were turned to laundry work before thoy got back home feu Kelly looked after the rtinoment of the Mobcrly fair by Claude IVJnr overylHhall They did good work Charley Miller tho photograph er made a number of post card photographs nf points alontf th route Jolip Martin of Martin Ma ban stood the trip liko a boy at i circus He didnt mJHH a thing He in one of best erry won I along banking Tlury mado mugs and G O to represent thcii houses and ciln celled flniincial ntrongtii mot many old friends mid many now Mobcrly Jmd u bettor rnproBontativpfio th trip than this trio Green tho hustling rcpro noutativo of tho John N Taylor Music House was one of tho cat wires on tho trip Ho loft Particulars received from Han nibal tolling of tho death of Gro ver C French a brother of Of ficcr Will French of this city are to tho ofTccf that the young man having a few Mninutos respite fromAvorkrlaidclOArnon theraiU road track arid fell nsloep Ho was run over by a Burlington train and his head severed from iis body French was head brakoman on i Burlington freight train nin ling from St Louis to Hannibal To had been working for that oad for a little over year hnrsday morning his traintook iding to allow another train to nss French went to open tho witch nnd sat down to wait for the coming train After it had pnssed the train ho was on start ed to pull out on the main line and the engineer noticed the clos ed switch A search was made for the brakemnn and ho was found badly mangled lying by the track His head was cut from his body and his ehcsl and shoul ders badly crushed Gro ver French was 22 years old Ho leaves a widow but no children Will French is in Hannibal attend tho funeral Laddonia Doctor Hurt Dr C M Monroe a physician ofJjaddohia was seriously injur ed Thursday morning when be was struck by the Alton fast pas senger train No 11 wbilo ho WAS crossing the track fit Laddonia 1 iu an automobile Dr Red Clark Declined to Prose cute This Aftemoon When Case Came Up for Trial When ibo cnso of the City Mobcrly against Will Henry ehnrgcd with disturbing the pence KcdVClark was culled for trial this afternoon tho pros editing witness decided ho did Monroe care to carry matters farther a broken leg and was and thc tloCondnntwas dismissed badly crushed was demolished ho automobile jury hnd been sworn to try the case before this action was ta ken To Move to Hannibal ngroomcnt the plaintiff and Oral Drummxmd of Moborly thc Defendant each paidonohalf has been in this city for the past of the costs Waclder e coss O West nnd other relatives ngo and Mr Clnrk urncd home aftornbon MY Brummond has accepted a po sition with tho Hannibal Car Wheel and Foundry Co and will novo here with family the last of his Courier OR had his opponent arrested 1 FINAL SETTLEMENT GOOD Gallup Company Pleased Another BigAudience at Airdomo Last Night Going to California Harry Jones and sister Audrey will leave next week for Jos Angeles where they will Final npo litioal play as presented by the Gallup Stock company at the Airdomo last night was one of ond several weeks visiting relatho best higliclass ever pro niwi scutcd to a Wobb City audience ves and friends Before their return homo they will spend sev eral days in Salt Lake City San Francisco and Oakland and aro looking forward to a great time to W A Strong1 Defense Fund mice Sharp one oftho U M auditors for the 25th district William Biggors Robbed William 73iggers of Moberly vho is hero states that ho bad stolen from a wafo ol tho homo of YTH John Fox in South Mexico Tho contain spent several days in Mobcrly last week iu an official capacity Mr Sharp informs us thaj the organi zation in this district now has in thc defense fund to be used only in ease of strikes the sum of News City audience Each and every member of tho company did themselves credit but B Gallup manager of the company deserves special men tion as the political Tn that character he had full swing to demonstrate his ability as nn to demonstrate hisability OH an City News The specialties between were of the very highest type 4 und would havo made a show themselves The specialties by ed about which WMK over ooked Thoro in no uliio to the other than Mr ttiggorH snyfl e miiHfc bavo known the combina ion of tho To or nnmt havo boon n export Mexico Lodger Back from Kansas City MY and Mrs Jasper Baker re turned last night from ICansns City last night where theywent Sunday in company with Mr nnd MYs Harve Kubanks in tho Jai lers automobile They made the trip from Higbce to Kansas City in eight hours and had no trouble twcen each act of the This companywill appear the Airdome next week lit Have Returned Home AiihreyMnrclmH of this city and bin brother Milt Marshall Paul lintJicr nnd a car full ol Jet it bo known thai the Mercantile Coinpanv ind one of the nnd most wmplcto Htores i This bunch was all the time KCVH Harmon Millor wont to look aftorany cars that njght got out of fjjo straight and umvyvv path or by tlio way idc They gjvatly enjoyed the mm imml tho car They had a groat trip report having Coming to tho Fair PROGRAM FOR TODAY Broncho Capture KsHnnny driimn with AndorNon MoberJys big fair for July 20AngiiNt 1 Is booked A fine Tho Penalty oi Jealouay bin dm inn Western feature Go ting Up a Practice Vilagraph comedy with Costcl lo Children Lubin society drawn MJEROR SCREEN k grand stand has boon erected a splendid track built and the races with purses ranging from to to bo the best in this section of tho state Pro in othor lcpar liberal aiul the stock bo as good AVith n Imcnts shows 2cont are will rate Monroe county will be onhandin n Mereinyr The officials of the State of have demanded of the that they re fund the cost of the litigation over freight and passenger rates to about of Clark have re turn red home St Louis where they went several days ago to consult phy sicinns regarding Milt Marshalls condition was suffering in tenHo pain in his right nrm Twentyfour years ago ho sustain od a broken collar bone It was improperly Kct at tnVt fSmcr but had not caused him any rouble until the post week Tn St LOUJH MnrHlmll sub mittcd to an Xray examination and inlonded to have an operiilfoii crformed but the Mound geons advised against thisstcp Htating that they did not know wliat complientions might nriso if the bone time was rebrokon at this Four great photo plays and Werner and White comedians singers and electric dancers at the Airdome tonight Admission children 5c adults 10 c   

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