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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Willie Bently Killed. The news reached Marshall Tues day evening of the terrible death of little Willie Bentley, the eight year old son of Mr. Bently living in the Hcrndon neighborhood. Willie was visiting his sister, Mrs. Wright, living on some of the King iand 6 miles south of Mar shall and when the boys started to take the horses to water, Willie, like all children of that age, want ed to go along. They set him on the back of a mule, giving him the end of the halter or strap which be wrapt around bis wrist. When they reached the watering trough the mule became frightened at a dead dog lying in the grass and ran away, throwing the child off. The strap was wrapt about his arm in such a manner as to drag him for a quarter of a mile over stumps, cord wood and brush and when the mule was flnnlly stopped the child was not only dead, but terribly bruised. The little fellow, who a few min utes before hnd left the house so happy in anticipation of a ride, was carrie...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 CouscU ProceediBgs. Friday, May 10: Board met pur suant to adjournment; all present except J. W. Carter. Light committee report tht prayer of the petitioners for an arc light north of Jefferson avenue on the Chicago & Alton R. R. be not granted. Report not granted. Sidewalk committee instructed to examine sidewalks on Russell street, and locate same, which is to be eight feet wide. Matter of sidewalk referred to sidewalk committee and street commissioner to condemn and re move all defective walks. Kolkmeycr & Co. report that cross walks will be put in this month. Drs. Bell, Hardin stud Carter ap pointed to examine sewer near Rev. McCturc's, on Brunswick avenue; also one west of the col lege. Both sewers arc in bad con dition and are becoming offensive to (lie residents nearby. Street commissioner instiuctcd to have streets graded for not less than ten days. Lank ford and Huff were appointed to assist the etigi neer in supervising the work. Street commi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

8 SHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Mahard fc Son bulk garden seed. J. D. Sterrett, of Slater, spent Sat urday in the city. For a nice fragrant Smoke call for the "Pedigree." N. Mck Mycr spent Friday with rel ative at Miami. Miss Nadlne Flther Is visiting friends In St. Louis. Cheap buggies W. K. Mahard & Son. 12-4t Smoke the "Midway" and your girl will like you the better. 044 SIm Mill Work, La CraiM Lumber C. Miss My the Carpenter spent Sun day with friends at Slater. Judge It. W. Hickman, of this county, was a visitor this week. T. W. Gwlnn will leave this week for Oklahoma on a business trip. H. Cowan, of Salt Springs, attended to business in Marshall Saturday. II. H. Parsons returned Friday from n business trip to Kansas City. Dr. G. A. Klchart and wife, of Blackburn, spent Monday In tho city. George Scarlet, clerk at Franklin's drug store, spent Sunday at Lexing ton. Dr. Marie Morris went to Fair vllln Sunday on professional busi ness, Ilev. S. F. Kemper Is attending the So...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAUN BRIEF. Oct your buggy of MaherdcY Sob. (41 Leland VII aaalated Rom ft Bnckner Saturday. Mr. Annie Wright visited Glasgow frlenda thla week. J. W. Boljrer and wife vlelud Mar shall frlenda Saturday. J. P. Mote and wife, of Grand Put, pent Friday la Marshall. Judge Samuel Davie atteaded to business In Slater Saturday. Mre. A. J. McRoberta, of Malta Bend wan a visitor Saturday. "Wrlght'a Cigar Factory will furn ish you a "Pedigree" for fi oente. J. O. Thompson and J. A. Mitchell, Slater, were In Marahalt Saturday. La Create Lumber Ca, Treat Cuetemera Rlfht Mlsa Sophia Moser haa returned from a ten-week's visit at Columbia. Mrs. J. R. Phillips and children are visiting relatives in Callaway county. Mr. and Mra. Lewis Boatrlgbt, of Herndon, apent Saturday In Marshall. Husbands, smoke the "Pedigree" and your wlvea will never complain. W. K. Mahard & Son for best buggies. 12it C. M. Huckner came In Saturday and spent Sunday at hla home In thla city. Frank ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' LOCALJN WEF. lie v. M. P. Hunt, of 8t. Joseph, Mo., filled tho pulpit at the First Bap tUt church In tbla city Sunday morn- Inir during the absence of the pastor, Uov. J. P. Kemper, who Is attending the Convention at New Orleans. Prof. J. S. M. Huff, who Is con ducting a very successful Institute with the teachers at Miami, caroo over and spent Saturday and Sunday with hi family In tho city. The Institute will continue ten days or two weeks yet. We can sell tin best of everything pertaining to groceries. If you buy pour table supplies of Miles & Steele you are certain o bo pleased with both (roods and prices. Excellence and economy go hand In hand here. 'The Only Way." Dr. Priest died at his home In Ne vada on Wednesday, tho 8th, of con sumption. Dr. Priest is a brother of liud Priest and also of Mrs. Kstey, of Longwnod. and has many frlinds In tho county who regret to learn of his death. Oeorgo Patterson, who has spent several weeks at his home lo this...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCAUN KIEF. Buy It of Miles & 8tee1e. If you get It of Miles & Steele it's right. R. T. Brlghtwcll Ktcnt Monday In Slater. Mrs. John Adam v lulled Slater friends this week. Mrs. D. C. Morris, of Wilton, spent Tuesday In the city. A. D. Hop spent Sunday with re latlves In Arrow I took. Mrs. E. E. Hoik, of Slater, visited Mrs. I. II. Franklin this week. C. I.. Boll and family were guests of relatives at Miami Saturday. Aciim Plaster, La Croat Lumbar Co. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Newman Newell, Monday, May 1.1, a son. Com P. Storts and Judgo J. W. Hloh were up from Slater Tuesday. Koliert Darnell, of St. I.011U, made a business trip to Marshall this week. David Meriwether, of lloonvlllc, sient Sunday with Marshall frlnds. II. T. Robertson, of Mexico, was the guet Sunday of Marshall friends. Suit from t'JO.OO up at Tho Kruininol Tailoring Es tahlitthmeht. 15-tf. Dr. Mary Mannar was called to Slater Tuesday 011 professional busi ness. Vm. .1. Pruuti, of Hoone...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SALT SPRINGS. J. H. O lto way lost a floe cow Sun day by bloating on clover. Corn planting Is ended and the farm en have begun cultivating. Milton Aliion, of Marshall, was here 8uadajr visiting relatives. The C. & A. are puttlag up mw fence around their right-of-way. J. A. Orr gold a car of hogs this week to J. M. Roberta of Marthall. Newman Newell had a car of light cattle on the Kansas City market Tues day. Several people from Malta Dend, were here Ashing in old Salt Branch Monday. J. C. Klethly and Alvls Vawtershlp ped a car of hogs to Kansas City for Wednesday market. J. W.- nialr returned last Thursday from Staunton, III., where he attended tho wedding of his niece, Miss Marlon Illalr. Mrs. A. Ransburgcr whllo trying her luck fishing, struck a fish hook In her hand and It had to be taken out by the doctor. J. A. Orr and daughter, Alice, ex tcct to Icavo next week for a months visit to Mr. Orr's old l.omolnCanada. They will also visit the Nlagra Falls...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 Dead Osrrlur Pigsoa- Last Friday morning, a little before six o'clock, as Joo McRoberts went out Into bit yard he found ft ded car rler pgnoa lying on the ground. The head of the bird was gone, but other wine there were no Indications of how It caree to lu death. On examination It was found that the quill In the dead bird's wings were stamped, one of the messages being: "If this bird Is shot or killed report to Adolph U laser, 81 Louis, Mo." Dr. Mitchell wrote to the party and receiv ed the following reply. St. Louis, Mo., May fl, 1H01. Dr. 8. C. Mitchell: Dear Sir: Yours of tho 4th, noUnl. I was sorry to hear that my bird was shot. Our birds were shipped to Iron ton, Mo., but by mistake were taken to Poplar Muff. They were liberated Friday morning, May 3, at five o'clock, the samo morning you say my bird was found. This cat and rat story wo hear often; It Is not Muscat butgunihatkllls these wily little birds that like their homes so well that they come from ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. How'i This? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. P. J.CHKSKY& Co., Props., Tolcdo.O. We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for tho last 1ft years, and believe htm perfectly honorablo in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their llrra. Wkst & Thuax, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Waldino, KlNNAN tc Mahvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern ally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Testimonials free. Hall's Pamlly Pills arc tho best. Dry Ucsema, Tetter. Salt Rheum and Moist Ectema of Scrotum All eruptive diseases originate In tho blood and kidneys. Mood Is Im pregnated with dead or decayed tis sue and poisonous elements which tho kidneys and bowels are unable to ex M'l. Pores of skin become clogged, and thus the system Is...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IS American Sboee. from the Itonlim MersM. The London Dally Express has been making an Investigation of the Eng lish retail shoe business for the pur pone of finding out why American shoes are being sold In such largo numbers by many of tho loading shops. It comes to the conclusion that the American shoes are 1 'neater, lighter, better made and more com fortable" than the English, and sure ly those would seem to bo reasons enough to prejudice tho purchaser In favor of tho American artlcln. The Express makes quite a point on tho attention our manufacturers give to stylo In the making of lasts, and get ting a shoo that both looks and feels well. At the same time, the general run of our shoe are lighter than thoso made In England, and this sav ing In weight does not seem to affect the wearing qualities to any marked extent, Tho largo amount of patent leather lined in American shoes Is aluo Uotel ax a factor In their popularity. It is a great convenience to have a s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 May 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8 i n s tt tt tt tt tt n a s tt tt s lit CLOTHING Having made up my mind to make a change in my business this fall, I am going to unload my stock of Clothing. In order to do this I will stick the knife clear up to the hilt) This means red hot war on prices! and a saving of 25 to SO per cent, to the con sumer. Everybody is invited to this slaughter sale, for it will last all summer!: YOURS FOR BUSINESS, M, K, FARMER t tt tt I tt tt t tt Stttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt Only 36ft Sim, Says Mark Twain. Princeton, N. J., May ;. Mark Twain will spend two days in Princeton nt the home of Laurence Hutton, the writer. He arrived here this afternoon and to-night in Alexander Hall he gave a rending before n large audience of Mr. Hut ton's friends, composed mostly of university students and professors. Mr. Clemens wished it to be under stood that he was not in Alexander Hall to night as a lecturer. In be ginning he said: "I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. MAY 24. 1901. NO. 16. PROCEEDINGS OF CIRCUIT COURT. MAY TKRM E. W. Dawes, adm'r, vs. W. C. Gower, adm'r; bill of exceptions; time for filing bill of exceptions extendeded to 2d day of next term. Ella Boatright et at. vs. James H. Clark ct al., partition; commissioners file report. J. M Henley ct al. vs. A. S. Van Angtcn et nl., quiet title; decree for plaintiff. Maria Gilliam ct al. vs. Judith Gilliam et al., partition; sheriff files report of sale. S. R. Saltonstall vs. V. F. Bales et al .par tition; Com P. Storts appointed guardian ad litim for minor defendants. George W Doan vs. Catherine Doanct al, partition; sheriff files report of sale. Mittie Shoemaker et al. vs. John Watson et al., partition; sheriff files report of sale. D. V, Hcrider et al. vs. The Phoenix Loan Association, damages; continued generally. A. J. Jones va. Ferdinand Habernian, bill of exceptions; defendant lies bill of exceptions. Jacob Puhurn vs....

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. — 24 May 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Pootofflec In Mnridmll, Mo., as itecond-clasM matter. TK11M9: 11.00 1KR YKAH IN ADVANCE J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAK8HAI.L, MISSOUKI, MAY 24, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orvnr A Hunter.) O 111 co over llitiik )t Hiillne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. THE THIRD TERM CONTROVERSY. The following is taken from the farewell address of George Washington: "The accep tance of and continuance hitherto in the office to which your .suffrages have twice called me have !ccn at a uniform sacrifice of inclination to the opinion of ditty and to it deference for what appcated to be your desire. I constantly hoped that it would have been much earlier in my power, consistently with motives which I was not at liberty to disregard, to return to that retirement from which I had been reluct antly drawn. The strength of my inclination to do this previous to the last election had even led to the preparation of an address to declare it to you; hut mature ...

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. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. j HprlnRtlclil Hepubllrnn. Any man who provides for the wiping out of the abominable wrongs of disfranchise ment, of- ballot-box stuffing, or repeating sav ages, of the denial of local home rule will be Godsend to Missouri. Missouri needs noth ing so much as she docs a Republican victory. The Democratic ring has emasculated the' ordinary political rights of men in Missouri and has set up an outrageous and infamous gang of bosses to rule the state and rob the peoole. There can be no peace iu Missouri until these wrongs are righted, and we appeal to the conscience of the decent and honest Democrats of this state to right these wrongs. We ask only justice, and so far no state in this great cordon of commonwealths has re fused to consider that request. Kniimn Oily Joiirunl. In Jackson county there is an old Populist who puts in most of his time roaring agaimt the government. Recently he sent $15 to sonic get-rich-quick concern in pay for an agent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. InHoaorofWUl Rea. This week has been with few ex ceptions given to out-door sports, picnics, fishing parties etc. The weather is growing warm enough to tnnke entertainments in the open nir very pleasant. On Friday afternoon some 36 or 40 young people enjoyed an outing at Wilton Springs having been in vited by Miss Martha Rea, who en tcrtained the T. Q. C. club and a number of young friends, as a com pliment to her brother, Will Rea, who left Marshall this week to seek his fortune in the employ of the Rea, Patterson Milling Company, with headquarters at Little Rock, Arkansas. They left the city in private conveyances alxuit 4 o'clock reaching Wilton in time for sup per. The natural scenery surrounding this picturesque spot is superb and well worth a drive, to say nothing of the delicious water to be found there. The residents living in the neighborhood were, no doubt enter tained with the snatches of song, shouts of laughter, and blowing of horns, in which each...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI VALLEY BACCALAURKATK SKRTICKfl. The College chapel was well filled Sunday afternoon, May 19th, whea the coaaenceescnt exercisaa of Missouri Valley College were opened with the following program: Organ Solo " In Memoriam," Mrs. Edgar S. Place. Gloria Congregation. Invocation President Wn. H. Black, D. D. Hymn" Holy, Holy, Holy," congregation. Scripture Lesson President W. H. Black, D. D. Quartette "The King ol Love My Shepherd Is," Mrs. C. II. Van stone, Miss Maude Mackey, Messrs. J. W. Shepherd and R. L. Bird. Prayer -Wm. H. Black, D. D. Rev. James W. Laughlin, D. D., of Chicago, followed with the bac calaureate sermon, taking his text from Eph. 4: it, 12, 13, the theme being "Virtue," and was treated under the following heads: First "Honor," the first ele ment; honor gone all is gone. II lustration: A man who awore to a lie to keep from losing bis farm. Second "Faith." the second el ement; vessels that take no risks make no voyages. Illustration: Fai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mis Willie Walker, secretary and treasurer. ' TIIVRDAY, MAY 23. College Graduates. -The class of 1 901 of Missouri Valley College held its commencement exercises Thursday Morning in the College chapel at 10:15 o'clock, when tbe following program was given: The members of the faculty, class and alumni marched to the chapel to the music of the pipe organ by Miss Mary Black. The singing of tbe doxology and prayer by Dr. Black followed. An organ solo, ' ' Concert Thoughts in D" (G. Liebe), by Edgar S. Place, came next on tbe program. Selection by the orchestra. In the absence of Rev. Frederick V. Loos, of Liberty, Mo., who was to have made the oration to tbe class, and could not, on account of missing his train, the address was made by Dr. W. H. Black, who took for his text "The Picture of Jesus with the Doctors," mak ing an appropriate and powerful talk. The address was followed by the singing of the hymn, "Onward, Christian Soldier," by the congre gation. The an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Shackelford Faacy Work Club (Communlcnttd.) The home o( Mr. and Mrs J. W. Jahns was the scene of festivity and mirth Thursday afternoon, the occasion being the meeting of the Shackelford Pancy Work Club. Mrs. J. is a spirited and energetic entertainer, putting her entire vigor into the care of her guests and the club is a unit in declaring this one of the most pleasant as well as the most successful meetings ever held. The ladies began arriving about 2:30 o'clock, their usual time of meeting, and by 3 the entire club, save two, were there. This was the largest number present for some time, and this may alro he said of the amount and display of fancy work. The house was so charmingly decorated in green and white, white and pink and violets and ferns that one can scarcely imagine its beauty without mingling the present coat of nature with the emotions repre sented in pink and pure stability of white. The arrangement was so complete as to not only satisfy, but ab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 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. SRIOK BAKIN9 NWIII , OMIOAaO. LOCAMN IRIEF. Father Hogan, of Shackelford, was In our city Monilu.v. I). A. Kochford, of Scdulla, wo a visitor here lut Frldny. Mr. W.T. Culncs, of Sinter, wan shopping here Saturday. C. Morgan, a liveryman of Odessa, hkiiI Sutunlay In our city. .loo Wrnnkcr returned Friday from a hulncs trip to Mexico. J. II. SchliMitor inudc u business trip to Kaunas City lut Friday. Dr. I). C. Core returned Satunluy from a short trip to Purl, Mo. 'a Crosse Lumber Co. Ca'y Largest Stock. Dr. .lolui II. Hull initilu it profc loiial vlrtlt to Ktiusu City lust Fri ll u.v. W. K. Walker, u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 May 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Larkcn Hancock canto down from Hlackburn and spent Saturday. Will Dysart returned Friday from a business trip to F.tuporla, Kan. C. A. Mnuch liaH returned .'rom a short business trip to St. Louis. Itov. Mr. Link It 1 toil hi regular op polnlmcnt at Hallnu church Sunday. Arthur Strother sient several days In Olasgow unil Huntsvlllcthls week. P. Mammon, of Itluomlngton. III., HK-nt Sunday with friends In thin city. Miss Maude Crutcher. of Napton, visited Miss Ioulc liryuutlhls week. Mrs. Dove Hancock) of Blackburn, spent the tluy with Mrs. .1. V. Sparks Monti ay. Iaw Murrcll and wife come up Mon day and xtH'iil the day with relatives In this city. Mm. K. K. Harnett and children, of Miami, visited .1. T. Ilurko and fum lly tli ! week. Mrs. .lumen W. Coodwin, of Altno, was the guest of It. F.. L. Smith and family recently. MUs Ida C'amphell, of Mnls-rly, ar rived here lul Friday for a vIhIi to Miss Kttlc Taylor. James llullcrtnu, of Kansas City, visit...

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