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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Additional Transfers C II Harm- to I- Ahney. 40 new. (...MLl'll. tl.l.TO. Annie lltvnifl to H M Spntt-, lot 4. I.Ik 7. A .V S add to Marshall, I.ula Spotto i t ul to Mary Kill-. "7 .Ti-lno acre. 'J0-.Vf.il, ,illi. Mary KIIU.tr. to I. W Scott. AT :t-HMl urn-, -,0-."(t-,JI. M.lMH. M F Koltert- to I -co in It Holierl-. llll IICIC-. I'. II-.VKM. W.INMI. AnLrey Conway and v( toTTCohl.-, lot 1i. Llk .1. Hml mill to Mui'i.itill,t-Vi. Minnie Cnmphell. cxtrx. to Daniel Kerr. -Jin am-. ti-.Mi.-J.'l. 4ti:l. V Thnrn-hcrry and wf to I A Dav enport, n: iicn-. iiuvicji. fii':.. .liicoli lli'iiiinc mill wf to l 'hm W leu- i.inu. ;n i iicif. iio-iu-im, ti.NN). W II liuthrcy to Steven .look, in acre. ll-M-L'l. M.0O.I. W T (illlliun anil wf to (i M Cheat, limn, lot 1 anil 21. I.Ik II. i' mid to Milium. tUini. V II Cain to I' M Thnm-nn. HM acre-. III-.VM'n. 7,:imi. M A Morrow mid IniMoW II Welch. M I0.IIHI ncii-. 'JU-.M-'JI, tl.'Jill. A r Hay mill wf to Win Smith, to acre-. IT - A ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kiming the bhj. She kissed the baby So did I ll whs Jut sister's, liy the. by -She klseil tlio baby, i'ryliiu: "Oh, Von iMinnlntr thlnir. I I .live you no!" Slit' kl-.-1-il tin- baby, I SUW where, And touched Its check wllli My lip there! She kissed the IihIi.v. I illil, too'. She Hilcil mill said: "Von 'I'olil mi' you llt'lt'stcd liahlfs! Now I know Von tolil u story! Suy 'tl ho! It who ii klx you Stole from her ('nine, ilon't ilrny! I Suw you sir!" "Vou kls-ed tin baby. I saw whore," I tulil hr. "iiuil I Klsed it there I illiln't know tliui You I'oulil see, Milt, (ill, till' kiss WIIM Sweet to Vou kissed i in- Imliy, So illil I Anil now you'll1 lilu-liliiu. 'IVII'IIIU.Mll?" 1,'siiw tin lashes Vi'll her t'.'; I saw tin baby l.uukliic wise I lii'iinl tin1 sltrhlut: (ili l protest; I felt her purrlnt; On my breast! All, sweet word of Toiii;iii or nn: "We kissed tlio Imliy" - Hut not iht'ii! S. I!. KIm i- In Tlmcs-Hernld. Tim Vil.ility of Republici. Hiiiiirilny i:...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE TURN OF LIFE. lis Prnlmltle KlVwi on Woman's Heal III anil llnitiiiiicss. Women look with apprehension upon th.it time getierallv known an the " change of life." ' Ohservatlon ha shown tlinit th.tt Minictlmeii tli.it change i so far-reaching that it Involve Imtli tniml and Ixidy in suffering. At Midi a time the minor suitK'tituvs shows great changes in the face; changes which mark the pilu and suffering which are U-ing endured. Often, too, in tlie-e dolorous days there in almost complete physical collapse The suffering woman iliop into a chair and with chocd struggles ug.illil her weakness. f Milfetiug of this critical period in woman's life often leaves its lasting scars on the mind ns veil iih tin.' hody. Til i- tiuto of tii.il nml trouhle li.ii Wen pas-ed in c.im; nml happiness liy women who li.nl learned the wonderful value of lli.it woman's medicine. Ir, Pictce's riivoritc Prescription. Ily tin: mm? of this remedy TIM! "CIIANlil." IS LII AMU. H from a t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. I lev. (!. T. Kddy, of Itnonvlllc, wn the (jiicul of CS. M. Fruncixco thlx week. Mm. I). H. Allen, of Kirn!! City, lx the gncxt of her inrcutx, Dr. uml .Mix. S. I). Mm tin. Lnwcnxtclu Co. xhlpNil Wcdticx tiny to St. I.oulx it car-load of hrooin ((it ii nutl otu ear of wool. Ir. (Sordini nml Hie I lev. V. I.. Illckmuu were entertained at the home of T. W. Ilunier thlx week. Dr. (.cyhtiru. attending the meeting of the Mixlnn Committee, wax the gue.t of .1. I.. Wondhrldgc while here. We regret to lenrii tlnit MIxxFminlc Vnwtcr. who lx quite xick with itiicn illeltN. lx not xo well nx we go to pre". I-M llermlon l reported to Im- very III lit hit hoine near Itetnilon. Mr, lleriiilon lx n xon-ln-litw of Mnhcrt til veil. Mini In l.xiin- left Wcdncxdiiy for St. I.oul-, where he rcmulnx over Sun day, attending the meeting of the Mix xomi AxMM'Intlon. M. K. Furmcr eln-cd hlx lui-iliie-s ho'ie on Weilnc-diiy during the fine Till ecrvlccx of the late Mrx. S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MAKSHALL KEPUbLICAN. K. O. T. M. Banquet. The Knights of The Maccabees pave n baiKpiet at their hall on Tuesday evening, that was n very enjoyable affair from beginning to end. This hall is one of the most pleasant places in the city for nn entertainment. The Ariel Quartet made some fine music, their selec tions being especially bright mid lively upon this occasion and every one present felt proud of them. Robert Ward nnd sister, Miss Kllyuc Wnrd entertained the com pany with several recitations, being heartily encored each time. Mr. Charles Irvine, nlo contributed to the musical progtnm by several vio lin selections. The following menu wis nicely and promptly served by Lootnis t dross: Oysters, celery, salad, wa fers, cold ham. turkey, hot rolls, punch, cake, niacenroous and cof fee. Mr. I.. P. N'iley as toast mas ter presided in his usual easy and graceful manner, doing full justice to the occasion. Mr. A. F. Rector responded to the toast, "The Dejtendencc of I.! ... !..i1....LtHn...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 22, 1901. NO. 5. CHARGED WITH STEALING SEED. Four Saline Boye Accused ot Stealing Clover Seed and Diapoaing of Same Three Ma der Arrnt Fourth at Large. Four well connected young men, living be tween Fairville and Slater, are implicated in n theft of nbottt fifty dollais' worth of clover seed, according to warrants sworn out for their arrest. They arc Carl and Kttssel Cum pi nil, Charley and IMward Grayson, the first three of whom have been arrested, but the last named has never been located since the infor mation was discovered, which led to the four being suspicioned as the culprit. The accused live about ten miles n little east of north ol Marshall and one of their neighbors is Mrs Mary Rawliugs, living cast nearer Slater. In the barn of this lady, was stored a lot of c'over seed standing in rows of sacks. Some one noticed recently a hole in one of these sacks and upon examination, found it to contain, u'ong ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL Rtl'UbLICAN. MARSH AIL UHMJCAIl Knteivd ut the Potottiee In Marshall, Mo.. h second-class mutter. TKUMS: tl.M I'l-'.lt YKAH IN ADVANt'K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE. Editor. MARSHALL. MISSOt'Kt. I'lill. 32, loot. A CRIMSONED FUTURE Marshall deniens hnve never lacked confi dence in the nltimnte outcome of our city. They have at all times manifested a pride in vlut has hcoii accomplished and n public spirited energy in diversifying our interests and promoting new enterprises The public improvements, commenced hut recently, seem to have ushetcd in a new era of more" rapid growth. The optimist's dream nud enthusiast's prophecy as to the future ol this city are assuming definite shape, in that we are able to see through what channels this upbuilding is to come. Two factors of considerable imortancc are to he obtained in the immediate future. We refer to the enlarging of the lfeeblc Minded Institution, its generous support by the state, and the acquisition ol better railroad facilities, th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MAKSIIALl v. KEI'UbLICAN. BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE Franchise Taxation Talk. The Democratic stutc pl itforin demands the enactment of a franchise lax. vet the .senate, n IkhIv in which the Republicans have a minor ily nf (inly seven, .seems inclined to ho'd up sue'.i a measure. Ju.st what kind of an enact ment, if there is one, will he th! outcome, chances ate even more risky. The Democratic platform demands one of a hmad and sweeping character, which shall tax all corporations (or the privilege they enjoy ol doing liiMiicss in a corporate capacity. The plank is in tluse words "We believe all cor por.itious tiding business in the state should hear their just proportion of taxation: we theiefote demand the taxation of all corporate franchises, both domestic and foreign, doing business in this state." Dcmociats are now to be found, however, who say th it the pint form does not mean what it says; that a meas ure ol such a wide latitude is not favored by the nam ; and ainon the paper-, whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Opera House Sold. Conway & Dawes, nn tip to-dnte renl estate firm, sold on Monday, Feb, iS, the central part of lot fonr, block seven in tbis city or what is bettter known as the opera house property for Jas. lf., Charles li., John V., and Miss Kuima Harvey and Mrs. Annie K. Carroll, who are heirs of the Jacob Keister estate, to M. K. Farmer of this city, the con sideration being Jto.ooo. The present opera house was built or rather completed in 18S0 by a Mr. Louis Hessimer, a man well known in Saline county by nil old lesidcuts. The house cost Mr. Hessimer 700 who borrowed the mone) from Jacob KeiMer. Mr. Hessimer found he had made n poor investment as the building was too expensive, and the property finally went to Mr. Keister and was bought on Monday from His heirs, Mr. Keister having hem dead some 15 years. We congratulate Mr. Farmer up on his having made a splendid in vestment. Mr. Farmer is an en terprising business man who knows a good thing when he se...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Compliment to Mis Frazicr. The charming informal reception given Wednesday afternoon by Miss Helta Francisco as a com piinn.-nt to her guest and cousin, Miss Wissic Frazier, was an exceptionally de lightful occasion. The haiidsomc parlors were beautifully decorated, palms, roes and carnations enter- llttr lfiriia.lt Sti lliit ..i.timti... IMn. pretty an,l homelike hall was doubly .. .. . . wiracuvc, aim me nosiess, wnu is never happier than when entertain ing and coiiliibutiug to ttie pleas ure of her guests, had a tine uilisi eil program arranged, which was really ngte.it treat to those present. Tl'e Ariel Ouartct discoursed some of their fun st music throughout the afternoon and Mis Frances Francisco gave severrl vocal num bers. The presence of Mrs. R. P. Spencer, who has so recently taken up her ab.ide in our city, and who will be such an acquisition to Mar shall's social wotld, was a pleasant fc.it uto of the afternoon and gave the lidy an opportunity of m...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. JJ J JJ 5 3lr E5 5 3 4 ttt 3 3 J 5 2 9 tt tt We Are Here With the Goods n tt tt n tt t tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Our new spring and summer stock of Suitings and Trouserings have arrived and vc can confidently sav that it is the finest line of Woolens ever brought here. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Suitings. Trouserings Worsteds plain ami fancy in all kinds of weaves and shades. Scotch and Ktiglish Novelties and all the latest designs in American woolens which are recognized in all the largest cities in the world as equal if not superior to the foreign woolens Our Assortment of Fancy Vcstings is made up of the choicest and most stylish patterns to he had. On this seme we cannot Ins surpassed as we have put forth every elfort to reach the standard of pleasing every one. TllS CI'T AND M.KK of our garments is up-to-date in every particular. We...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. L'Allegrezza Club Reception. The Allcgrezza Club were given another delightful entertain mcnt on last Friday afternoon by Mrs. V A. Mc Bride at Iter lovely home on liast Arrow street, which was largely at ten .led by the mem lers of this popular club, who will from t .iis time on continue to meet regularly eu-ry two weeks until the heated term begins. The pretty rooms, attractive at all times, were doubly so upon this nfliruoon with decorations of smilax, carnations and a variety of potted plants. Among the diversions for the af-tt-rnoon were cards for nil who cared to indulge Miss Georgian Field er presided in the dining room, where coffee, marguerites and mint wnfus were charmingly disHMi.scd from n table, especially attractive with its art square of Bat teuburg and large sheaf of pink carnations. A luncheon of escallo'icd oysters, in the shell, with chili sand wiches, olives, Knman punch, Wal dorf salad au.l cheese Mraws was served, and ii is said by those pr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PUBLIC of personal property at my farm 9 miles south of Marshall on the Sedalia road, promptly at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of Wed, March 6, '01, Terms lings. Cnttli' anil (rain Cash, nil other articles a credit of six months will lie given on approved note without interest if paid when due. otherwise to hear s per cent interest from date. A discount of 5 per cent will he made for cash on articles other than Hogs. Cattle and Grain. Articles J Hrood Mares (in foal to .lack). I (Jelding. it Cows all to he fresh in spring. 1 J year-old Steer. ;t Yearling Calves, 10 Hrood Sows (all served). I Hoar. AO Head Stock Hogs. Cultivators. I Hi-inch Breaking Plow, 1 1-Mncli Urea king Plow. 1 One-Horse IMow. I Disc Harrow. 1 Corn Planter. I Smoothing Harrow. I Garden Cultivator. I Sulisail Plow. ; Sets Harness. 1 Farm Wagon. 1 Hiickhoard. 1 Surrey. I Del.aral No. 'J Cn am Separator. I Barrel Churn. 1 H itter Worker, and numerous small tools: 10 Tons Timothy Hay. 300 Barrels ...

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. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. C. M. Iluckncr left Tueduy for Cen Iralln. Mm 111) (iauldln went lo Kansas City Monday. (ienrge Flsk. of the county, was In tin- city Tuesday. W. C. Howard, of the county, won in the city Tuesday. I. K. Hcdrlck. from Hcrndou, was In tin city Monday. IVof. Place win tumble' to be at the college on Tucmlny. .lohn Tulbott wiii the guest of Mur shall friends Momlny. Orln Hesket', of Illosscr. visited Marshall friend- Monday. Ml Verglc MeKcynnlds Is out again lifter her recent Mine--. I. II. Itcu returneil this week from a short business trip to Chicago. 'I'. II. Ilurvey returned Tucsda) from a vli.ll to Irlciids at Mexico. Walter I lodger-, of Fayette, whs the iict of Marshall friends Monday. Miss F.wiug, of Iowa. Is the guc-tof I'rof. and Mrs. Whltted on College Mill. Mr-. I.C. Dyer of the Shackelford ucighhothood, u !n shopping Tiles day. Foit Saw: Ciihai" -A new folding IhmI. For particulars apply nt this otllce. oltf. .1. H. Jenkins anil wife lef...

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. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Making SiWer Dollars Exchangeable for Gold. Sn'i'IiiI t'lirri-'iMHHli'iicc. Wtishlngton, I). C. Feb. -In dis cussing tht proponed legislation for strengthening tlit? gold stnndnrd, to ilny, Secretary Cage, of the treasury, said: "Tlu' committee tin colnuge ha re ported lo the house with fuvoruble recommendation: the bill Introduced by Congressman Mill. f Connecticut, making ullvcr dollar exrhnngcnblc nt the treasury for gold. "Till- proposition I not hostile to tlm silver dollar. On the contrary. It U delgned to put the credit mill re mmrt'i'ii of tin government In-hlnd our silver currency In on uncqiilvocul uml straightforward iniintii'r. There linn ulwny Ih-cii tin Implied promise tliut tin government would take such uc tlon no tlili If Itevcrlx-eumcncccssury to protect tin holder of ollver. Imt the lunguiige hut Im-cii In tin1 vim ue term of polltli'til compromise. The net of 1 SJM ileelared It to be the pur pose of the government to iiiulntiilu the purity of...

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. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL KEPUBLICAN. ' Low Rite Rourt Trip To (ertii Points in Texis. V tin Kt hrinir Imli.tln- MIoiirl I'ni'lllr Itiillwuy.ln I'ltiiiiii'llmi Hlih t It Iron MimiiiIiiIii Itnuti- Hlll lick. hi' follow llllX Mlllll III Tt'XIl-. Ill llllTllll' JI5.00 lir tie Runt Trif linn. Intl. Uiilu-h'M, hull An Initio, lli'iiiiiiioiil timl I'ort Ar llmr. Tcn. mill in l.iiki Cliiirli', I 1 1 ln tin . Kio IlK-lll Ill-lift lllti'tll Ml. oiirl I'iii'IIIi1 for further pur lli'iiliir. LOCAL IN BRIEF (i f linker npciit .Stinilay In loliii Millie. Prank Mitchell rM'tit Sunday In Kun-iix.Clty. Mlx Alum Ciitncx vl-lted rrlciiiln In the I'liuntry thlx week. MfK. PrniiK Ayte- Ix rccovcrlni: from tin attack nf jji'lp. Mix. .1. V. l'lK'i- ami little ihitiirh tor wore vlxltorx Monduy. Dr. .1. It. Ill own. of Mil I tu Mend. wax In Murxhall Satin day. Iru Hnlxtcln HjH'tit Miimlny In Hnon villi- look lutr after lii- Intcrcxtx. Ml" Mary P.lllx wax nut Saturday alter ii wnk'x IIIiiixm w Ith (.'i lp. .Mr-. Dr. Mary Mu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MAKMIALL KliPUBLlGAN. THAT UK.ZY WOMAN. The Itrrpr-fMlili' Uouftict' View of Mr. Nation. Many of tin iviiliir itHart if the country ui imim)I(i;I-Iml' fii M r. Nut Ion III lll'l' -lllooll -lllll-llltlL' llU-llll'.-". on tln LTiiniiil tlmt -lie I- eru.y. Tin' on l. po-lllvc proof wc have ol lii'i' Ih'Iiil' ri ilv I- that he don't think like tin joint-keeper-, politician-, ninl nlllclnl nl K ii 1 1 -ti - think, therefore lii'i' iiilnil inn-t In' iiiiliiiliiin'fil. Siii'h dcputturc Iroin -unity have occurred many time in tin' liltnr,v of tlii' vvorlil. We iiii-iiilii'i' ri'iiilliiL' ol ii i'i n. olil fellow who for l-ii ,i'iii' wurnt'il tin' people tlmt (ioil vvn- uoIiil' to bl'lllL' II k'ICUt lUioil on tlic I'lirih: Inn tin' wlc philo--ophcr- of lii day. ca-ll.v ilcmou-trut-i'il tlmt tin' tliliiL' roiilil not Ih ilont'. Tln'ic uii- not water I'lioiili In nil tin' -'ii- mill in all tin- cloud- to make -iieh a llooil, ami therefore tlx' old limn wit- eru.y, TliiTt' ivu- oni't' an oltl p...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Wetttier-Ettlll. The frlendx of MIks MbIIIo Ktltl were nil eagernexx when it became cir culated tli Im week Hint nlio watt making arrangement to leave Marshall fur Tennexxee, where, It was rumored, alio wan to lie married' at the homo of an old friend, but they were not prepared for the xtartliug xiirprlxc. which the .toting lady had In more for them. It ecinx that Mix Kxtlll vl-ltod an old friend In Chattanooga, Tcnu., laxl fall, where nlic and her xlxter had formerly been engaged In leaching xchool, and upon thlx vlxlt rlic met her old lover, Mr. C. W. Wecxner, Ijctwceu whom there had la-en a mlxiinilerxtnndlng home month Ix-fiitc, and the engage ttient wa renewed. When Mlxx 1 -t 1 1 1 wax about to return to MIourl, where her mother wax In poor health and needed her prcxcncc, Mr. Wccx tier ln-l-led upon their marriage tak ing place, which wa comtumiiiated on September 2d, IImmi. with the under xlaudlng that the bride return Immedi ately to Mlxxouii to remain u...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IMMORALSUASION. It Has Certain Advantages Over The Mildor Moral Method. Mrr.il u.ilon, the .iptienl to tlic ra tional nature ul nnin, is doubtless n vety kMMl tiling. Hut it will not compare with immoral suasion for inducing itwif t ness of thought or t.irotnptness of action. Tin1 burglar surprised in his mid an. I rciictel to ''please go nvvay" will irjiiio tlio ease in the torrefd!" burglar VV.IV. Illlt when II pistol in pushed ill hi' face with tin- laconic order, "t'.ct !" In goes mill Mauds not on tlic order of hit going Tlu pistol, with its sU solid .irguinei'ls, is j wonderful iH.'tMi:iilvr,uinl 1 ill the Inn- of iniuior.il mmmoii cannot l fciirtnwil. It it .1 iclli-ction on man's reason that hi- olteii refuse to do whit common u'tiM- ilictnti", until hi' ! lorred to ilo it. Common sense tells a man tint he iMtiuot live iricgularly ami Ist-ep hl health, lie is warned and admonished time and again that hasty eating and irregular meals result ill diseases o...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IDEAL PATENT KIDSHOBS Itoot It's stock, guaranteed not to break a twoutiutli century product don't buy anything but HooUi'h Iilciil. that arc not guaranteed wo carry them in both men and women's. Vou can pay moro but you cannot get any better. Spring stock now in IS nruriDED y ) ON EVCRV C tOONVILLK KX TENSION. Mirotiri Pacific Oftlci.il Aiiiioiiiich Tli.il It Will He Built. HI, Ijilll. Hiillhllc. A conunltt f citizens from Hoon- vlllc, Mo,, conslstlnc of V. Speed Stephens, Charles .MclciholTcr, I). Walker Wear. .Ii-., ami 1). V. .loncs, called upon Vlcc-IVcsldent hihI (it'll I'l-ul Miuincr Uii-m'II llurtllnc re cently. They represented to him that till' t'ltl.CIIS lit HoOIIVilll' llt 1)1 UH-1IIC lilin tliut llii- Huht-oT-way tor the pro posed extension from .lc ITcrsou City had been seemed anil they were desir ous to know tlio uttltiuli' of tlif com pany relative to roustruetlui: tin 1 III. Mr. Ilunllnj: assured tlie committee that lux I'oinpuu.v Dud concluded ...

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