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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the l'ostofficc In Marshall) Mo., as second-class matter. TEUMS: il.00 PEU YEAH IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MAY to, loot. - J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orritr Hunter.) (Ifllct over Hunk of Hallnp MARSHALL, . MISSOURI. WHITE MAN'S PARTY. Senator McLaurln's proposal to establish a Southern "white man's party" is meeting with favor and there is but little Democratic opposition. The Senator says that the gold standard, protective tariff, shipping subsides and expansion means prosperity for the South, and he appeals to Southerners to support these doctrines. The Louisville Hvening Post says: "We want to identify ourselves with every forward movement of the nation whether it he industrial, commercial, or mili tary. The Democratic party, as now organ ized, is n reactionary party; has no part in the present and no faith in the future. It is not a party of Jefferson, for it has repudiated or abandoned nearly...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. KniiMn City Journal. A few years ago the dally press regaled its reader with stories of sad-eyed women and pinched-faced girls who walked the streets in search of work with which to keep soul and body together. Of which we are reminded by the complaint of a storekeeper in Atchison that he cannot find dressmakers, milliners and clerks enough to keep his business a-going. Tin Imli'X Oiini'llc. "Our Joe" is now secretary of the World's Fair commission, a high honor and worthily bestowed. Joe could not be governor of Missouri, owing to the peculiar manner in which the Democrats of this state carry elect ions under the Police-force, Nesbit law, com bine, hut partisan Democracy could not prevent the members of the commission from giving honest Joe Flory one of the lcst posi tions at their disposal. The common people of Missouri are well pleased at this recognition oi their fellow laborer. Tin Mm-oli f'lllti-ll. The tone of Aguinaldo's letter shows ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ANNUAL MISSIONARY CONVENTION Program of the Twenty first Annual Convention Cumberland Presbyterian Women, Held in Marshall, Mo., May lv6, 1901. On Sunday morning at the Sab hath school at the C. P. church Miss Magee, of Kvansville, Ind., and Mrs. J. D. Smith, of Nash villc, Tenn., made an interesting talk to the primary pupils that was thoroughly enjoyed. The morning services were high ly interesting and the church, which was handsomely decorated for the occasion, was packed. The voluntary by Prof. 15. S. Place, who presided at the piped organ, was a great treat. The music was simply grand and perhaps the greatest musical treat the three hundred delegates and visitors ever had in the way of an organ recital. Scripture lesson by J. Frank Smith, of Dallas, Texas. Prayer by Dr. W. J. Darby, of Indiana. The solo. "Our King," by Rotoli, by Mrs. Taylor Hemord, of St. Louis, was a special feature of the service. Her voice was pure, sweet und powerful. The sermon was ...

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. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 some of our most attractive young ladies. TUESDAY MOHN1NO. Devotional services were con ducted by Mrs, N. W. Clark, of Pennsylvania. Synodical reports, gleanings and discussion with the report of committee on state of the work, was followed by Miss Fannie Porter of Texas, who was on the program for a paper, "Missionary Literature," but the paper being lost in the lady's grip, she made an interesting talk instead. Tuesday from ten to twelve the delegates and visitors, were driven over the city. Not only the mem bers of the C P church, but the people of Marshall as well, have done their utmost to entertain the guests, whom they feel it is such an honor to have with them. This drive, in spite of the threatening weather, was one of the most pleas ant features of their stay. At a quarter to twelve they were driven lo Missouri Valley College, where a delightful program had lcen pre pared by the faculty and students of the college, who gave them a hearty welcome. Two...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entertained at Dinner. The members of the Woman's Hoard of Mission, also the commit tee on Future Work, were enter tained at nn elegant course dinner by Dr. J. W. Darby, of Kvansville, Ind., on Tuesday evening at Ming's hotel. The Doctor proved himself equal to the occasion, 'and with the assistance of his wife who is president of the Board, made the occasion one long tc be remem bered by the following persons: Mcsdamcs D. F. Clark, Mary Dyer, C. T. Butts, Miss Florence Maghee, Mcsdamcs J. W. Hender son. N. W. Clark and J. W. Kldcr. Miationary Society. The Children's and Young Peo ple's Missionary Societies of the M. K. church, South, were highly entertained on Sunday afternoon from two to three o'clock by n talk from Miss Alexander, who has spent seven years in Japan. Miss Alexander is a pleasant speaker and won the hearts of the young people nt once. Mr. Kama da, of Osaka, Japan, at present a student at Missouri Valley College, made a fine talk 'to the child...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Mrs. C. M Buckner Entertains. Mrs. C. M. Buckner informally entertained Friday afternoon and evening at tier home on Brunswick avenue, complimentary to her guest, Mrs Logan H Chapped, of Mt. Leonard, and Miss Pearl Mitchell, of Columbia, the guest of Miss Fiances Wood. The afternoon hours from 3 'to 5 included a number ol lady friends, while from 9 to 13 of the same evening was demoted to loth gentlemen and ladies, sonic of the yonng Indies and gentlemen of the city being included. In the even lux the hostess was assisted in re ceiving by Miss Pearl Mitchell, Miss Fannie Wood. Mrs. Logan Chapped and Mrs. Willie M. Wood. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. J. P. H1M011 and C M. lluckner were of the receiving partv. It was a mutter of regret tliut Mrs. A. I), lluckner, of Palis, who was to have assisted, found it imMssibk to attend. The rooms of the Huckiur home, which are very handsome, with an air of comfort ervading each, were fragrant with cut flowers th.it had been...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Greatest in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beauti ful, and there is never caused a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. PRIOt AMINO SOWBt oo. OHIOAOO. LOCAL IN BRIEF V. K. Mnhitrd.V Hon for buggies. 4t Dr. M. A. Hrown ha returned from Kxcclslor Spring. AIm Colin, of St. Lotil, wit In tin (ilty Frldity anil Suttirdny. Horn, to Mr. nml Mr. Duncan J ii urHiuy. .May I'nti, it on. Ml MiiuiIo Mumoii I In Kunsii City study Ititr stenography. W. K. Maliunl V Son for U-t Mr. .1. C. Well, of Joncron City, visited friend here thl week. Mr. Frank Ayro inudc it little vln. It to Slitter iflatlvt-H thl week. II. II. Purson loft Friday itftornoon for it huslncs trip to Oklaliomit. MUk Avu Steele, of Slitter, spent Sunday at lior hom...

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. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAL IN 1RIEF. M third & Bon bulk garden seed. Miss Kate fcrvln spent Sunday with friend at Odessa. Mint Mary M,ontaguo visited noon vllto friends this week. Miss Pansy Hodman, of Stater, Is visiting Marshall relatives. Miss Edith Hupp returned ibis week from a visit to Carrollton friends. W. J. nuycrs, of the county, made this office a pleasant call this week. Mrs. Robert Campbell has been suf fering this week from rheumatism. Cheap buggies W. K. Mahard & Son. 12-4t Miss Hopkins, of Sedalia, Is the guest of Mrs. Samuel Davis on "East wood. LACROSSE LUMBER CO. Stock Carried ia Luxe Sheds. Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Napton, was the guest Saturday of Mrs. Win. Napton. Max Kuner, the guest of Mrs. Ktnlllo Mayer, left Tuesday for Chicago on business. , II. P. Mammon, of llloomlngton. visited Marshall friends Friday and Saturday. The Trinity (Julld of Episcopal church met with Mrs. A. I). Stewart on Friday. Thomas Cross was taken to the Ro- form Scnool ut lioon...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Holden oMfortgagw- Mcxlro I.rdKtT. Tho Audrain county record of chat tcl mortgages bear many mortgage which have long slneo Ihhii pnld. The original holder of those Instruments will pay taxes on the mortgage, wheth er they have been paid or not, unless they are released according to law by Juno 1. An example: A given a chut tol mortgage to It on some slock. The mortgage U recorded. When A pays the debt the original mortgago and note nro destroyed hut II doe not re lease the mortgage on record. Under the new law It will have to pay the tax on tho property mortgaged until It Is properly released on the record Following Is tho section relative to tho niw law: "It In hereby made the duty of the recorder of deed of each county to prepare and deliver to the assessor of the county a correct certified lint or schedule of all unsatlsllcd mortgage deeds of trust, contract or other oh' llgutlon by which a debt I secured, a shown by the records of the county. Said 111 or...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II The Monday Olab. Monday afternon, May 7th, the Fic tion class held a moat Interesting meeting. The aubect for the occasion waa Blackmore's "LornaDoone,M un der the efficient leadership of Mra. F. D. Montgomery, wai both enjoyable and Instructive. Tho following was the program: Holl call Quotations on knowledge A paper on "Heraldry and John Rldd'a Coat of Arms," written by Misa Flora Crouch, but In her absence was read by Mrs. 8. W. Armentrout. Paiwr "Description of Nature In Lorna Doonc," Mrs. F. D. Mont goraery. Paer "Judgo Jeffreys and the Court of Law in the Seventeenth Cent ury," by Miss Olllo Uurk. Heading "Olackroore the Man" by Mrs. L. P. Vlley, followed by a gen cral discussion on"Ulackmore'a style a. Contrasted with other Modern Authors," closed tho literary program for the afternoon. Misses Virginia Young and Fannie Taylor favored the ladles with some Iwautlful instrumental and vocal mu tt lo to the pleasure and delight of all present. The board of ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAMN IRIEF. Mrs. M. M. Marmaduke is recover ing from a weeks Illness. II. F. Kollins, of Ulackburn, was a visitor In Marshall Tuesday. C. M. Buckner left Tuesday morning for a three weeks trip on the road. L. J. Hasso is oien for business at his new stand in opera house block. Mr. CHIT H. Goodwin has returned from a visit to relatives at Lexington. For first class goccrlos call on L. J. Hasso In opera houso block. Phone 112. It Miss Hello Itagsdnlo of this city will teach the Bait Springs school the com I tig term. Miss Larue Campbell Is the guest this week of Mrs. K. F. Swinncy at Kansas City. L. D. Hicks left this week for South west Missouri) where hi will enjoy a vacation hunting nnd Uniting. La CrosM Lumber Co. Never Fail to Please. V. O. Woodsmall left Monday for Qulncy, III., wtcreho wllltakoncourso In the (loin City Business College. A protruded meeting will begin at tho West Side Mission church, May -tl, conducted by Hov. Mr. Hobbs. S. H. Walsh, of...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. :UP-T1MATK I'llOTOH: TWfNTHTH CfHTUtY GAUftY OVKK ri.KTUIIKH-H. PHONK !. ...C. O. WRIGHT... MAMUrACTVMKN or FINE GRADE CIGARS MAMIIfAOTUMKH PEDIGREE AND MIDWAY CIGAR WK HOMCIT TIIK THADK. A Word About "RenoanU " from I In- New York Tribune. Noting a rfticiit nuwniaHT canvass km to tho propriety of Harvard von fcrrlng a degree on President McKln ley, ttiu Sprlngllcld Ilopulilloan seems plunAoil tliut out of 417 HarvaJd grad uates 141 were opposed to the paying of such au honor to the president. Under thu circumstances, It believes that thu number 141 constitutes qulto a "remnant." As to tho o,ucHtlon of conferring u degree on tho president, It In settled to tho satisfaction of pretty much everybody, and there I no need of discussing It any further. Nor do we wish to deprive tho antl luierliillit of any satisfaction they may derive from tho fact that not all the graduates ' Harvard approvo the action of tho Harvard authorities. Hut the Republican' use of tho word ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. How'i Tbi? Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars lie ward for any caso of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Caturrh Cure. F. J.CIIBNKY. Co., Props., Tolcdo.O. We, tho undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the lost lf years, und believe hltn perfectly honorable In all business transactions, und financially able to carry out any obligation made by their llrm. WKST A Tltt'AX, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Wai.DINO, KlNNAN ft MaIIVIN, Wholesale. Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure In taken Intern ally, acting directly upon tlio blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price er hottle. Sold by all dnijj glsts. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills arc the best. Dry Lciems. Tetter, 8alt Rbenm and Molit EcKtna or Bcrotuni. All eruptive diseases originate In tho blood and kidneys. Hlood Is lm pregnaied with dead or decayed tin sue and poisonous ulements which the kidneys and bowels are unable to ex x'l. Pores of skin become clogged, and thus the m stem In u...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 tehwTilh Tlw Fatal. Jacksonville, Fla., May 5. It It now beginning to appear that loss of life attended the frreat flre of Friday. Just how naBjr persons perished cat not be ascertained. It Is known, how ever, that Martha Hagan, a colored woman, perished la the flames, for her body was found lo front of the door of her house. Several rsons whose names cannot bo learned were drown ed In the river while attempting to es cajss from the flames. They were the occupant of the Meyer and Muller and th! Mohawk blocks, which ran back from Hay street to the river. These peoplu were hemmed In by the flre and took refuge on the docks. The latter were soon In flames and one person after another Jumped Into tho 8t. Johns. Several of them crowded Into a bateau, which wascapslxed and nearly all were drowned. A steam launch picked up several men who were struggling In the water, but did not report their names, and so It Is not known who the rescued were. The best-known victim ...

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. — 10 May 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. QO tH JJf 4940 HH OH BHU JJ 4t9t)t JHO HKOJ HkJ 4(94) 9? ft i i ft Lost All. The terrible fire at Jocksonvllle, Florida, on Friday, the 3rd, brought destruction and death to many homes. Wc regret that our friends, E. Y. Harvey and family and Henry Boyer and family, all old Marshall people, are among the heavy losers. Mr. Boyer, who is one of the best Christians we have ever known has managed in the years he has lived in Florida to overcome obstacles great and small, having lost heavily several times from the hard winters which killed his orange groves, and now just as he is comfortably fixed in life he loses all he has in the wide world by this fire. He, with many hun dreds of the best peoble in Jackson ville, are without home or cloth ing, as we understand from a letter received Tuesday by Mr. Marma duke from E. T. Harvey that neither Mr. Boyer and family or his own family had a change of cloth ing left. Mr. Harvey left Mar shall recently and engaged in the ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, MAY 17. 1901. NO. 15. CONDENSED NEWS OF THE WEEK. The twentieth annual encampment of the Missouri Grand Army of the Republic con vened at Nevada yesterday. The oil fever has gotten to Kansas City. A company hns Iwcn organized for the purpose of sinking wells lu Rosed ale. Mrs. Louis Botha, who has obtained con sent to interview Mr. Krugcr and urge him to advocate peace, sailed from London May 13. A Rift of $10,000 lor the endowment fund of Westminister College of Fulton, Mo., has been given by Louis Huggins and William Hoggins, of St. Joseph, Mo. Vice President Roosevelt lias accepted an invitation to make an address during the Stale Fair nt Minneapolis, Minn. The ad dress will be made September 2. The street railway employes at Albany, N. Y., nre on a strike. Rioting has been rife and several Uvea lost, tfhe state militia -faas been called out to preserve order. Postmnster S tritium, of Hopkins, Mo-, tele graphed the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Postofflce In Marshall, Mo., as socond-claii matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MAY 1 7, I9OI. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Ortnr A Hunti-r.) OflW over Itnitk of Hitllne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. In last weeks issue of the Commoner, Mr. Bryan refers to the arrest and conviction of the Havana editors and nays that the constitu tion prohibits congress from abridging the free dotn of speech or of the press. Cuba being un der military rule, congress is not prohibited from abridging the freedom of the press in that or any other country not under the peace ful sovereignly of the United States. The newspapers referred to by Mr. Bryan, were suppressed by military authority, in the same manner as they were suppressed in the states while under military control. The editor of the Commoner knows, or at least should know, that the constitution is the agreement entered int...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI EDITORS. " McKiakyiKB r ami Paaic. Kanuii Oily Journal. 'Thi panicky excitement on Walt street," says a Missouri exchange, "is nothing more or less than McKinleyism. If William J. Bryan had been elected last November, such a shaky condition of things would not exist." At first glance this seems very amusing. But a little investigation will show that it may not be so absurd as it bounds. If Bryan had been elected many things would be differ ent from what they are to-day. Instead of general prosperity there would be general depression. Business of all kinds would be suffering from stagnation. There would not be sufficient life in industrial or railroad stocks to generate excitement. 'Certainly there would have been no "bull" movement of the kind witnessed lately in New York. However, if panic had come it would have been panic sure enough. It would not have been merely a stock gambling affair in one city. The whole country would have felt it, and ruin woul...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

4 MARSHALL Monday Club. . Tbe music department o( the Womnn's Monday Club met in the Mistletoe Hall May 13, at 2:30 p. m. In response to roll call the name ol an American hymn writer was given. The following inter csting program was then rendered: K-iulliiK. "Aincrlenn VlollnWtii," Ml Krntirrn Nnpton. l'npcr . , 'Aincrlenn Hlitgm," MIMnyUII)Hi. I'lnno Mnln MrlrctloM, MIm Jennie Hmhr. I'IhiiiiHdIo.'MK'Iiivo KiiiiIp." Kullnk, Mr. KiiIrIiI. ViN-nlHulit.'-loiVt- Me 81111," Tixtl, MlaaClnrn llrown. This being the last meeting of the department for the year, the election of department officers was held, resulting as follows: Chair man, Miss Fannie Taylor; Direc tor, Mrs. Knight. Adjourned to meet at the appointed time, next October. Mrs. J. A. Wiuttkd, Chairman. Mrs. C. H. VanStonh, Director. Banquet at Netaon. At a meeting of the Nelson lodge, A. F. A A. M., Friday night F. Coleman, banker at that place, received the third degree of Masonry, after which a banquet was served at the opera ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

REPUBLICAN. Rcr. HowtM's Trip to New OtImm. Rev. J. W. Howell, who return ed last week from attending the General Missionary conference at New Orleans, gave a most interest ing description of the city and the doings of conference on Sends morning! He spoke of the trip as having been one he had long want ed to make, but had made up his mind that he could not be spared from his flock for so long a time. The good people of his congrega tion came to him and urged him to go, accompanying the invitation with a check for fifty dollars with which to defray his expenses and be felt it was due them to know something sbout the trip, which proved one of the most helpful and delightful visits of his life. His descriptions oi the ancient city, with its historic buildings, was fine. He met many of the prom inent men of other churches in at tendance at conference and the most beautiful feature of which was the great spirit of unity, love and gen erosity that existed between the people of the Northe...

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