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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tbe Woman's Choice. Will She Choose Dr. Experi ment or Dr. Experience? Tut the question plainly to nny woman Witt ou choose the experienced or the -x xrittieutitifi doctor? and there's no rlmiM iilxmt tlie answer. What woman wants to Ih- tlie subject of excriments, to ill, in out weary month while the unskilled ptnctitioi'icr vainly tries variou medicines, nml charges the kick woman lilnr.illy for his vxcritiu'iitn1 failures? Vet willing or unwilling a great many women have to go through just such an ordeal. Their disease baRics the local physician. He tries nil he knows to effect n cure and fail. Sometimes this goes on for mouths, sometimes for ye.ir, the woman meantime suffering daily torment. Perhaps the difference between the "doctoring" of experiment and cxcri Mice cannot he better shown thuu in the following statement : "l-'or seven years I was confined to led limit of the time," writes Mrs. M. I' IMviH, of llouaker, Kusfcll Co., Va. " I had four doctors n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PRESIDENT HAY80F THE SOUTHERN PAOiriO. Tbe Mid Wbo ReceiTM the Highest Sal ary Paid to Any Railroad Eexec utive iu America. Only twelve yearn ago Mr. Charles M. Hays, tho now president of tlie Southern 1'aclflc Railroad, livid a clerical position. Now he receives the highest salary paid to any railroad president In America probably In tho world. Thl a U nald to lie V-,nn, or tf,(KK more than I paid to the pros! lent of the United States. The pecul iarity of Mr. Hays' mental equipment which enable lilm to command thin Hptetidtil Income Is well Illustrated by a eertaln btineli of old letters reposing In the pigeonhole of the desk of an of lleial who wad n sutiordlnatc to Mr. Hays when the latter wiw general man ager of the Wabash road. Some of these epistles am only two or three line) In length, but not one of them In too short to contain a nenletico of of llclal commendation of a kind calcu lated to stir the heart of the most In different subordinate. The ability...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A MOM PARTISAN VERDIOT. Report of the 8t- Louii Grand Jury Re garding Optmtion of Mubit Law in Recent Election. Tlio iHTKonnel of tin St. I.oul jrrnntl jury, which has recently ninth' Its re pott represents ii hlsrh-standurd of citizenship, composed of practical business int'ii, capable of dealing with lnvetliitlons In a non-partisan splr It ami for the public wcnl. This con sideration makes their report valuable In tin Infortmitlon set forth mid mtjr Kcstlons offered. The former will lie credited und tht' latter will have weight and Inlliience with the licst citizen tif the plate. Following their convlctlmr report of ?ross fruuds and olllclal crooked ness In the election hehl unih'r the no torious Ncshit law: "The cry of fraud by ilefeutrd enn tlldalcs at election In no freiiient and mi natural that the public In apt tolie eimie Indifferent to mimic extent upon thu Mihject. Some fraud may lie yen c rally atluiltted, hutjrcat fraud Is, as ii rule, disclaimed. If...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF .1. S. Kellcy pcnt Monday In Kan sas City. John N'aton. of Orison, arrived In our city Monday evening. Sciulre Don Swlnney, of (Milium, wan among Tuesday's visitors. Miss Lizzie Prlgmore, of Alma, vis ited Marshall friends Monday. Judge Davis left Monday for Kan nan City to attend criminal court. Mr. V K. 1'airlsh In tilte Nick with grip lit her home, on North Odell avenue. C. (!. Puttcrson, editor of the Black burn Heeord, wo In Saline's capital Monday. Itcv. C. C. McKluuey and wife of Multa llend were guests ill Hotel Hurt on Monday. I). Itohn and John .lone, of (irnnd Pass, attended to buslncs Inthccnuu ty neat Tuesday. T. I., and C. V. Swisher, left Tucs day for HI Iteno, Oklahoma, on n prospecting tour. Mrs. Frank Ay res of this city In with her mother. Mr. K. J. Wheeler in Slater who I very nick. Miss Kiln Norton left Monday utter noon for Kunsu City locoiiull a sc flutist for throat troulile. .1. !. Corker, who hn liecit on the Hick list fo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS MEET They Caat Their Ballots and Select Messenger to Washington. Jefferson City, Mo., January 14. The seventeen members of the electoral ticket met to day in the office of Secretary of State Cook and cast the entire vote for the nominees as voted upon at the Nov ember election. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Rich mond. All electors for Missouri were present except A. A. Walker, of the Kighth district, whose place was filled by Samuel McDowell, of Jefferson City. The members were sworn in by Judge Brace, of the Supreme Court. The total seven teen votes were cast for William J. llryan for President and Adlai K. Stevenson for Vice President. Former State Senator K. I). Lan caster, of St. Louis, and Tom De laney, of Springfield, were placed iu nomination for messenger to Washington, but Lancaster was elected on the first ballot. He started on bis mission to-night. In filing the official vote for President, three copies of the recor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL--: REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JANUARY 25. 1901. NO. 51. THE f ROB ABLE BOARD OF MANAGERS. Marshall Representative Vkit the Governor A Factional Fight Involved in The Appointment. Though Coventor Mockery has not made public tliu names of those he will offer (s mem bers of the Iniard of managers of the 1;. M. I., it is understood that the following will soon receive appointments: Judge H. C. McDou gal of Kansas City, Dr. John K Hall of Mar shall, Chan. M. Huclcner of Marshall, Mrs. Dora Hall of St. Joseph and Miss Pearl Mit chell of Koclieport. The law under which the institution was es tablished requires the appointment of two lady members and Mrs. Hall and Miss Mitchell will probably continue to constitute the femrle rep resentation upo.t the board. A third selection of the former governor in Mr. Charles M. Buckuer will probably !c allowed to stand. The two new members are Judge McDugnl of Kansas City who .supersedes John O'Day of Springfield an...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'liti'tcd at tlu I'o-tolllee in Marshal), Mo., as seeolltl-elll mutter. Tlilt.MS: !. I Milt YliAlt IN ADVANlMi, PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAt.l., MISSOt'KI, JAN. 25, IOOI. THE LAST STRAW. The treatment accorded the cities of 100,000 within Iht Inirders by the state of Mis souri .seems ratlier to le growing worse than better. Partisan tnachincs have leen Ittiilt through enactments oi the legislature, which deprives those cities of their indisputable right of controlling their police and election sys tems and departments, hy placing their ap pointment in the hands of the governor at Jefferson City. Surely the people of Missouri believe in fair play, honest elections, the exercise of one's natural rights and do not approve the acts of their public servants in this law-making !ody. That these abuses of power are allowed to continue surely does not register their approv al. Public sentiment wherever expressed has oposed this injustice and i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI'S VOTE RECEIVED. Richard D- Lancaster, (he Bearer, Ad' milted to Floor of the Senate. Washington. D. C , January 21. Richard I). Lancaster, of St. Louis, hearing the electoral vote of Missouri, reached Washington this nfternoon The result of the meet ing of elector- nt Jefferson City was inclosed in a large vnvelo)e, across the face of which were the anto graphs of the electors As soon as he had lunched Mr. Lancaster went to the capitol andcnlli-d himhi Sena tor Vest, who ti evented him to President of the Senate Frye The Mis-onri envelope- was deposited in tin; hox. A receipt ws given to Mr, Lancaster, along with the or der for his mileage. That ended the formidilies. Mr. Lancaster will remain in Washington two or thteednys. He enjoys the distinction of being one of "he few private and uunfiicial ciliens admitted 011 the tloor of the Senate. The doors of the chain her arcgtuirdtd rigidlx , hut Sena tor Vera escorted Mr. Lancaster up the privnte marble ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . THURSTON'S MISTAKE. Poem and Incidents Relating Thereto Which Reversed This Sena" tor's Political Fortunes. I nlil In I lie Itnvl Oil. Kooi't Hweel Itovl Will ynii Mr mi my hreiil tii-nluht. Will J on ill-Mil. there, with your crfunic rare. Ami mir petal purcniiil while?" I villi to the III iv t "Uli. Ilnvl Hweel llovl Will .vmi llirlll in my every nlxli. Tlin'ynur llfi' exlmlc In f tit miirnlnx niIi., Ami vmi wither mnl fiiili-iiiiil ille?" I villi In I hi' llnvi "Dli. Ilnvl Hweel llovt Will .vmi lliruli Willi every hri'iilh. Will .urn ul vi' mi I In- Ml" of ii Nilnmili. Moo AIIm'II IIhm iiiI Nil. nth?" Tln White llov lifted her Mutely heiul Ami iiiikhitiiI me fair mid inn-: "I mil Imppy nml ir.i-nl to lie on your lirenl Knr l In wmimu Him imvo im to you I" This simple and sentimental tittle verse has wrecked the political for tunes of one of the greatest orators ntnl statesmen, ever representing the Wet in our national senate. This stutement should perhans l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE DEATH OF Partly Decomposed Body of the Recluse Found in His Room Over Wood & Huston Bank Saturday Morning. DIED ALONE WITHOUT A FRIEND. Postmortem Examation Fails Natural or Suicidal. Commital Hrnstus Kirtley, an ngcd recluse, who lias lived in Saline county for thiity years, was found dead on the floor in the little room over Wood & Huston Hank, which has long been his hnbitatinu, Saturday morning about 8:30 o'clock. His quarters had been a single room on the second floor and a dingy hole it was, where he passed most of his hours in a solitude that was to him preferred. With a few of the most essential cooking uten sils, he had been his own cook for years and "batched" in an humble way. A couple of ropes crossed one comer of his room, upon which were hung his few garments and around the room were scattered several more or less broken pieces of furniture. Upon the lied, which stood in one comer was a flour sack stuffed with clothing which answer ed f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mrs. Frankie Marmaduke. Mrs. Frank ie Marruadtike, wife of John S. Marmadttke of this city, died at the home of her brother, in Kl Paso, Texas, on Tuesday morn ing, January 22, at eleven o'clock, after an illness of two months with tuberculoses. Deceased was the daughter of William Grayson, now of Sweet Spring. She was born near Fair ville and was 27 years of age. She was married to Mr. Marmaduke at Sweet Springs in June, 1899. Mrs. Marmaduke had lcen in poor health for months, and last Octolcr went to Texas by the ad vice of her physician, hoping that a change of climate would prove lcncficial, but nothing could stay the dread disease. Mr. Marma duke received a telegram early Tuesday morning saying she was sinking, and another one a few hours later bearing the sad intelli gence of her death. Mrs. Marmaduke was a refined, gentle little woman, very quiet and attractive, and was lclovcd by those who knew her. She was a mcmter of the Christian church in this city, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ENTERTAIN THEIR CLERKS. Mr. and Mr. W. B. Heat Entertain the Employe of the New York Racket Very Delightfully at Their Home. Some hvcntv of the clerks of the New York Racket Store were oti Friday evening very delightfully entertained hy Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hess nt their home on West North street. It is n cuslon which they annu ally observe with their employes, who highly- appreciate partaking of tlic hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Hess and ticnsttrc the remembrance of each occasion as a time of great tnetriment and pleasure. But the enjoyment is not a one sided affair, (or the host and hostess arc never happier than when their home Is thrown open to their very deserving employes The dinner served was a splendid one, embracing all the delicrcies of the season, roast turkey with oyster dressing, pressed chicken, old ham, scalloped oysters, salmon salad, cranberries, slaw, fruit salad, whip ped crenm, cheese straws, nuts, candies and fruits. The evening was spent with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Some oi Oar Combinations INDUCEMENTS TO SUISCMIEnS Thk Maksiiai.i. Kkwih.ioan, papers in every the "1est of local " ho tunny of our renders tell us, included offer with the following publicit ion: tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt tt tt tt tt t tt n n n tt n n tt tt n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt HliilxvmNTiil (TwlrnWeik only Hlix-k liiillmlnr HiMflnl Kiiriiii-r lnlllulf Klltlnii imly Tin- I'nilllry KiiriniT Kiiiiii I'lly WiM kly .lniiriinl Ilium-.lniiriinl Mrl'lur,-' .Mniitlily MiiuiiIih t'llllHlMllll llo-ri-uuliir price . nmilnr price M.ii l.l." rvuiilnr price f Lil I.T.V nuuliir price KJii Il.T'r-rvKiilnr price $ifi ,f l.tV-reitulnr price l?Ji tt tt 8 8 tt tt 8 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 8 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt i tt tt tt tt tt If you wish to take other periodicals, we can protv 8 ably make you a rate. tt tt tt tt tt tt During the winter evenings, you doubtle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THIS OOUNTRY'3 ARID AREA. It Is Larger Thau the Domain of Borne of the Nations of Earth' The ai ld region of this country In larger tlian thi i-ntlre an-a o( some of tin natiotiK of the earth. It' Includes portions of Mcintumi, Wyoming, Colorado, I'tali, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico, anil smaller portions of North and South Dakota. Nevada, Knnan un.l Texas, hundreds of thou sands of acres in California, two thlrdii of Oregon, one-third of Wash ington and altnoKt nil of Idaho alto grther a total of over a million square miles, enough, In fact, to accommo date one-half the ieoplc of tlio United States when the land I madu prod nu ll vc. To allow all thin splendid country to go to waste would In contrary to the spirit of a practical nation. All tlilrt arid lund needs Im Irrlga tlon. Already a law purt of It him Imtii converted to fertility Ity the nrtl llclal supply of water. Gradually and strongly tht exicrts of the govern inent liavo urged upon congress a pol i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. YOU'RE IT. "1 If joii'iv hops To the cop'. With aching bom-, Anil husky tout's When you xpeuk. You ore weak In the knocx, Anil you xnec.c. Anil often eolith Your head near off. Ami you note Thut youe thront Feel" iiilte raw. Ami your jaw Fcelx ii If You'll i,'ot u lilir, Anil dull pain Vex youe bruin-. Then loii'vn caught It, You huve pit It -ll'x tin' iiip. If jou feel The heat xtcul O'er your frauM' hike n tluuie, Till you Imrn And you yrurti For chunk of lev At liny price, Then liko u Itu-lt The chlvcr ilu-li From heud to feet. A chill complete Ami you rh.ike. Ami you iiiuke. And tlierc'x dc-lre Fur (lie, And xoincthlm; hut llltflit on the epitt To ipilckly drink. And you think Ulu'lit then mill then You'll ne'er lie warm niruln Then you've ctiuht. You huve It It'- the trrlp. ll'x In the nlr. ItV everywhere: 'I'he uiliTohc of the I- on uuothertrlp, And up anil down, Thi oiiu'h all the town. It -i-ck- Hh pivy. Ami If the fud. If you ure xtnl, Or even mm), Or I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Mm. U. A. McHrlde Ik sick with an attack of grip. MIsb Julia Cruder Is vlsitlngfrlends In Malta Hend. Mr. Mary Flynn Is recovering from an attack of grip. I. . 1. VI ley made a trip to Mount I-conard Monday. Kenneth Sieueer lian been quite wick th lit week with tonsllltls. II. II. Downing ent Sunduy and Monday In Kansas City. Schooling Chapllne returned Satur day front Jefferson City. Thomas Utley, of Miami, wuh a MarKhall v Ik I tor Saturday. Mrs. IVarla lloyd Is convalescing after a severe attack of grip. .1. It. De Gurmo mailt! u huslncxs trip to Kunn City Tuesday, Thomas lloiitrlghl HK'iit Monday and Tuesday In Kauus City. Mrx. W. I-:. Purrlh I ronvulcclng after a ten day's attack of grip. Dan Colycr, of ludccndcnec arriv ed In Marshall Monday morning. Hoy Gatcwood, of Shclltlns Mo.. In vlltlng It. II. Taylor and family. Jcs Doolcy, day clerk at Hotel Ming ! vllllng In Denton county. It. D. Kuhank ent Friday In Sla ter attending hi fanning Int...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mrx. .1. F. Hoiix xprnt Tuesday In Knnxnx City. Ahh Trigg Ixnut u:nln after nn at tack of grip. It. Hoalrlght, of Mt. Intiard. wan In Mnrxhall Monday. Mrx. J. M. Conway l convalescing iiftcr an attack of grip. A. I). Hoy xicnt Sunday with hi children ut Arrow Hock. T. II. Harvey returned Saturday nlght from n trip to Okhihoma. MIxx Maude I'uttcrxnn Is repotted to Ik iilte itlek at we go to press. Dr. M. F. Mill,; will leave this week for California on a visit to his ulster. O. C. Kitnnit, of Moryvllle. wax the guest Saturday of A. l'cecher In thin elty. Mrs. Frank lloyd and Miss Hcttle .letter xcnt Monday with Slater relatives Horn, to Mr. and Mi x. V. II. Mer ry, of Perry, Okluhotna, .1 miliary 18, llxil. u sou. S. .1. Dulupey and wife, of Sluter. attended the funeral of the lute Wm. Ilolllday Siinduy. Mrs. Kd. Ilurtlett who hits lieen ser iously III ut her home on Highland, Is rapidly Improving;. Mcduincs Itoland and Steve Smith were guests Sutu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Levcrette Leonard spent Friday In Kansas City. William Carr In out again after an attack of grip. Mrs. Kd Conway has been a victim of grip thin week. Howard Lewis, of Wavcrly, sjient Friday In the city. Ilcv. T. J. Phillips, of Corilrr, watt In thin city Saturday. Or. Slmcoe raadd a business trip to Jefferson City Friday. (5. L. Wilson, of Scdnlla, son. Sunday with friends here. Miss Maude Harmon, of Malta llend, visited friends here Saturday. Mrs. .1. I)e Q. Donchoo Is convales cent after a severe eusi of grip. H. F. Martin and wife left Friday for a visit to relatives at Glasgow. A. L. Klrby, of Armstrong, was the guest of friends In the city Saturday. It. ('. Home came upfront Jefferson City and ient Sunday with his family. 8. T. Proute, of Warrensburg, was the guest of friends In the city Friday. Mrs. Morris Young, of the county, was the guest of relatives In this city Friday. Miss Kxtna Hey notds left for Slater Friday for u visit to l. T. Re...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Monsters and Microbes. Ilovr the Microbe Would Appear ir MaiwHHil in Size to Cor respond With Its Power. The world ha alwayi Isrllcvcd In monsters great dragon ' the land, and huge serpents of the sea. A n rule these monsters have ls?cn fairly eaccable. nnd beyond frightening tco pie occasionally, they have done little recorded harm. The real calamities of humanity have come from the Miiallc.it form of life. The minute microbe tin slain it million upon millions. If tills microscopic form of life were depicted In ulic uml form equal to its danger nnd - i " i " arum t nrr ii lih'b'i . deadline we should see a monster which would dwarf into insignificance nil the monster ever licgotteii liy liu man imagination. The microbe has this in common with the fahli-d monster, it food is human flesh and its drink hum in IiIoihI. It I lit tens on slaughter. I'or centuries medical science fought this microhlc foe in darkness. The presence of the foe was recognized, its deadlin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 January 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF MIhk Lena Davis U ipiHe Hick at hot home In Wc.it Marshall with the irlp. Foit Sai.k Ciikai A new folding-Im-iI. For particulars apply at thin oHice. 61-tf I lev. I). ('. Hiilton prruehcd at the HuptUl church lit Arrow Itock lost Sunday. Kuril to Dr. A. L. Miller ami wife, of OIIIIhiii, Sumliiy. Junuury 2oth, a lIlMlgllCr. Miss Ixilu Jackson Is reported to s iilt sick with tin grip ut her home In Slater. Prof. T. K. SM-necr und wife on Collide Kill an1 iitiiiils'rrd among the sick thlit week. Mrs. Duke Howies, of Kentucky, Ih tin- guest of John Howie mill fitmlly on Capitol Kill. K. 5. I.iiwlcr him Ihh-ii very nick for u week or moil' ut hi home In Ay re with rryHlN'liii. Charley Clurkson. u student nt M V. C. bus lufii unite pick with the grip, hut Ih improving. .1. F. Duncan, of (illlliiin, went to Chicago Hutunliiy with a cur-load of euttle, returning Tuexiltiy. Horn to Dr. mill Mr. .1. I'.. Con nell at their linine In Kltnwooil Sutur day, Ju...

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