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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

2 MARSHALL KtPUbLICAN. MARSHALL Entered attho Postofflco second-class TKUMS: 1.00 PKH YKAK IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAK8HAM., MISSOURI, JUNK 14, 1901. REPUBLICANS WELL ORGANIZED- The following is by Kx-Gov. Stephens and read like good Republican doctrine and for which Mr. Stephens will receive many thanks from the Republican party of Missouri: "While the propriety of another Pertte Springs convention or a conference of repres entative Missouri Democrats is being discuss ed, it might tie well for thoughtful friends of our party to appreciate the fact that the Re publicans of Missouri were never so well or ganized nor more hopeful of success in 1902 and 1904 than they arc at this time. They have permanent headquarters in St. Louis and in Kansas City. A hearty welcome is given all. No country Republican visits the city who does not call, and he is made to believe that much depends upon his individual efforts. Reports arc daily being received from the state. Clubs are being org...

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. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 j MISSOURI EDITORS. j A DEMOCRAT KEEPS THE POST-OFFICE. Jim. li. IHirllmt In Political lU-vlcw. It strikes me that the ruling of the Post office Department an to the removal and ap pointment of Fourth-class postmasters is go ing to he ruinous to the party organization in the different counties. Wc have a case in our own county where this ruling will keep a Democrat in a small postoffice who was appointed against the unit ed protests of the county committee, and we now have nil the papers before the department to have a Republican appointed in his place; and we get a communication stating that when a vacancy occurs the matter will he consider el. This is great encourr.gemcnt to the old Republicans of this county, situated in South east Missouri, the great stronghold of Bryan Democracy, after struggling for years and years to keep up the organization, paying out nil of the expenses, out of their own pockets, and just when it begins to look as if we were going to...

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. — 14 June 1901

4 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. CHILDREN'S DAY. Interesting Service at the Various Churches. C. P. CHUKCIt. Sunday morning a large crowd of persons of all ages gathered at the Cumberland Presbyterian church to witness the Children's Day exer cises, which were held at 1 1 o'clock instead of the regular service. The church was prettily decorat ed about the pulpit and platform in cut flowers and the exercises by the primaries, who had only been in training a few days under Mrs. Wilt Sharp, the superintendent of the primary department, were fine and certainly were a credit to their teacher and themselves. The recitations and readings, interspersed with music, were given without any announcement, male ing it all the more effective, and the promptness with which each re sponded was very remarkable in such young children. The march into the church by atout 40 little primary scholars was the first thing on the program. Organ voluntary, by Misses Mary Hlaek on the pipe organ and Miss Alma Siler on pi...

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. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 D. O, C Reception. The D. O. C. reception, given at the suburban home of Major R. W. Nicoftls ntui Mile, Wednesday after noon, was one of the most pleasant ami inte resting of the season, and the members of the society, and visitors as well, were highly enter taincd by the afternoon's program Major Nicolds was present and tnnde a short address to the ladies, in which he spoke of the brave aol dicrs of the South, whose inspira tion was largely due to the self denial of their wives, mothers nnd sisters, who bravely guarded the hearth and home and lent their energies to encourgc their dear ones in the great cause Mr. Niro'ds closed his eloquent nddres by a pithetic recitation of n few linen from the jwn ot the late John N. Edward, ns follows: KviTilny linn n iliiy of xrnr l-'or lliii! wlm fnl M would innkoltii'in hi; I nw nVr tin- wurlil In I'Vcry ilnri Tin. wIiik nf uuiinllitii iitiiti'N tfliiw. Mi'ii.ciiiilil im licnr tin' miiiu I ln Hill mi, nlnat II t-nnuol I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mrs. A. B. Stewart Entertains. The club reception given Tues day afternoon by Mrs. A. B. Stew art of Hast Arrow street to the Al legrezza Club, was a delightfully informal affair and the guests in all numtwred about one hundred of Marshall's society world, who say that it was a great success. The day was an ideal one for a reception and gave the ladies a fine opportunity for airing their new summer gowns and there were a number of beautiful costumes worn. Mrs. Stewart is a delightful en terminer and her club receptions are so free from anything ap proaching the formal, that they arc p.hvays enjoyed. She had a number of lady friends to assist her in looking after the pleasure of tl.c guests, which included Mesdamcs G. A. Wright, II. Y. Gephnrt and Miss Georgian Fletcher. The whole house was in gala at tire and was very attractive. In the parlors were great bunches of the "Scarlet Rambler." The recep tion hall and library were done in sweet peas und yellow daise...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Mrs. Alice M. Strotber. "Hhu U not lout ; rIip Ik within the iloor Thnt nhutNout lomi,miiv-ry hurtful tiling, UmIV iinwcii nnin-l o'er our xil h wny cnnnl UHikiil 11:1 iin nil. nml lovlnu her tin- mint. Hlrnlxlilwny rcllcvnl h-r from lir wtnry loml." Mrs. Alice M. Strnthcr, wife of O. W. Strothcr, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Newell of this city, dhd Friday night June 7th, at 9 o'clock in Kaunas City, where she was taken some two weeks be fore, for treatment by n specialist. So young to die, only 28 years, 6 mouths nnd 6 days of earth, where she spent her life for others. Her family came first as the object of her unselfish devotion, but she free ly lavished her kindly spirit upon others, who came her way. Her simple faith in God impress ed itself Umii the minds nf all who knew her, having given hersell to her savior when a small child. Her life was that of a consecrated child of God and while death had no terrors fur her, yet her dying alter four short ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

S MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Prof. C. O. Gollowoy spent Sunday at Ills homo In Odessa. W. C. Gowcr attended to business in Kansas City Friday. II. F. Martin ami wife arc visiting relatives at Glasgow. Harry Parsons lias returned from a business trip to Oklnhomu. Miss Ktntna KoonU lias returned from a visit to friends atCorder. T. S. White, of Qttlncy, III., was ttio truest of Marshall friends Sunday. William Rngsdalo left Saturday for a visit to relatives In Jackson county. MissHvu Armstrong hns returned from a visit to friends at Mt. Leon ard. Miss Kdlth I)rnK?r, of Windsor, Is the guest of Miss Allccn Sanders of this city. Cypress Finishing, La CrasH Lumber Co. Harry Hopkins returned Sunday night from a short vllt to HIacklturn relatives. Claude Marquis, foreman for the IlKPt'iiMCAN, spent Sunday at his home In Odessa. T. II. Snyder, of Columbia, K. II. Farley, of Sedalla, wore visitors in the city this week. Miss Lulu Sundidge, of Nelson, was the guest over Sunday of Mrs...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Ba2S2aBsfiSjaskw. 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. MICK SARINS POWBIH OS. OHIOAOO. LOCALJN BRIEF. Mrs. C. Hell spent Saturday In Kansas City. Utile Miss Ollle DeOuimo U nick with tho mump. Dun Kiilm returned Monday from a business trip to T(in'ka, Kas. A llUtllleltllll) Hill) (if lU(M'l)HWIH! to Hultvl from ill Kliriimiiti .V lli'iiton's. IS It William U'ouard, of Mliiiul, Indian Territory, In visiting Mumliull rola liven. Mrs. Frank Cordor, of Shackelford, was thu guest rotit'iitly of Mrs. W. I). Hlack. Miss Dora leonnrd loll Monday (or Fayette whore she kttciiilcd co nmicncc incut. La Crosse Lumber Co. Never Fail to Please. Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

10 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF J. U. Stafford, of Slater, was here Monday. Henry Hryanl lias been on the sick list this week, V. S. Tucker returned Tuesday from Chicago. George Ilrown visited Iloonvlllo friends Sunday. Mlts Annlo Fink visited friends In Iloonvlllo this week. Miss Louise Dagloy left Saturday for hur home In Kansas City. William Jackson left Saturday for Johnson county for a visit. Mrs. May Orcar spent Wednesday In Kansas City on business. Clyde Sparks went to Kansas City Tuesday morning for a visit. A.o Potter, from Slater, was u vis itor In our town Monduy. Judge James Cooney returned from a business trip to Lcxlngtou. T. B. SM;neer and George Orcar will return Friday from Chicago. Odd Slie Mill Work, La Crosse Lumber Co. J. W. Sparks returned Sunday af ternoon from u trip to Tennessee. George Dyer, of Kansas City, was in the city Saturday on business. Mrs. Aubrey Conway left Monday for Kansas City to visit relatives. Charles Patterson, of the Blackburn Reco...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II WW Why do women continue to endure tuflcring caued, by womanly diteines? Tliere are ninny answers to that ques tion. Sometime because they have ex- liauMeil tlie skill of IocaI physicians and remain un cured. At other i times it is ItcCfltlM I they shrink from submitting to ob noxious examina tions which local physicians deem necessary. And to sum it all up. they I endure suffering I because they do ; not know that Dr. l'ierce's I'nvorite 1'ivscription 1 makes wciik wom en strong and sick women wen. , "Favorite Pro. acrirHlon"etnlillslies reirularity.drles dis agreeable drains, henls Inflammation and ulceration nnd curvs female weakness. "I enjoy lirallh; thatik to Ir. Mrrrc's Fsvutilc l'rrcrl,.lim nnrt MSnMrn Mrilloit IN ciivrty,' "write. J. I. rWliiulycr. of IMnlhc, I.IvIiikIiiii Co., Ill, "I w Ukrn tick ami (he iluctor brterallnl It MUlp.' I lay fur four wrck In lrtl, IIhii whrn I Kt up I finiml I lutt 'llMiUrrmcnt.' 1 1 ml tuch nchc ami wlii In Imruick at...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCALJN IRIEF. t). P. Lemon, of HUckburn, was a visitor Wednesday. Mrs. K. E. Harnmn left Wednesday fur a visit to relatives at Gilliam. Lee Hughes Is reported very danger ously 111 at his home on Highland. Graduating exercises at St. Savior's Academy, Tuesday. June 18, 8 . ta., 1901. Miss Fray, of Hlockwatcr, Is visit Ing Miss Hcsslo Sparks on Capitol Hill. Mrs. Mlnnlo Harnett, of Altnn, vis ited her sister Mrs. It. K. L. Smith, Thursday. Charles Thlcrfoldcr, of New Frank fort, was a visitor In the county scat Wednesday. The Presbyterian Sunday School of this city w picnic nt Wilton Tues day the 18th. The HuptlstSunday school utOrenr vlllc will celebrate children's day Sunday, June It). Miss Alloc Cordell, of Kansas City, was the guest several days this week of Miss Lou Ice Noble. Miss Minnie Vance will entertain at cards Friday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Muno. of Chicago. Miss Mary Hale, the architect for the F. M. I. .arrived In Marshall Wed ne...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 First Hull. JoITi'I-mhi t'lly I'iv. The llrst steel rail on tho river route was laid yesterday. There wan no uuuminl demonstration or cert-ninny, hut when tho IumI spike Ik driven there hIioiiM Ik) some mnulfciilulloti shown by the City of Jefferson. With the driving of the Inst spike an excursion could he run over the line to the scone nnd appropriate ceremonies carried out. Jefferson City Is icr haps the town on the river to lie Itene fitted the moot, hut there are inuny other cities along the batiks of the Missouri whlc'i will feel the good ef fects of the building of the line and would join In one mounter ccluhrntlon on the dny of the completion of the road. Marshall, Lexington and lloonvllle will re till re Inter the amount of lieuelll which they will oh tain from the construction of the river route. The (insertion tlut the wutcr grade line will not umouut to much, in the eitlmiitlon of officials high In the nervlee of the company, In nil bosh. The entir...

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. — 14 June 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 03 TO BAH rBAMOHOO. Aboard tke Epworth Lcagst Spsclal. Tho Union 1'aclflc has boon selected as the official route by Central, South ern and Western Missouri, which In eludes Kansas City, Sedalla, Spring Held, Joplln, Carthaire and other prin cipal cities in tho state. The Union Pacific was selected became It Is the shortest, best and quickest route from Missouri IUver to San Francisco and offers tho best facilities In all respects for tho trip. It Is tho cool, central route, which moans much In tho mid die of July. Let us hotp you keep cool; wo can do it. Tho meeting will be held In San Francisco July 18th to 21st. Tho Union Pacific will sell tick ets from July Oth to 12th at the very low rate of 145.00 for the round trip; most liberal stop-over privileges both going and returning. In fact, stop when and where you please west of Denver. Tickets aro good until August .list to return. You go ono way, re turn another. You have choice of routes; only keep In tho ...

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. — 14 June 1901

. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 13 loditM in tba Fusion Play From the Chicago Tribune. Vancouver, British Columbia. The Passion play wan performed Saturday afternoon at Chllliwuck with all the pomp and splendor known to the red men of llrlllsh Columbia. For a week the IndlanH have been gathering for the ceremonies In con nection with tho Passion play eclebra lion, hiuI today, auilri splendid weather, the scenes of the Passion, numbering altogether a neon, were depicted by tho n at I vox themselves, There were between 2,'i00 and .1,000 nut I von present, and, with visitors from all pails of xw country, the gathering numbered nearly d,O0O ier sons. The scene was an almost tcrfcct Calvary. There wait the little round hill In the center and the green com moti Htretehed a mile away on either side, with snow-covered Mount llaker In the south, and the Canadian count range Just to the north. The dinging of the women echoed between the tnnuntulns and nvou tided in a hundred dlieclioiM. The air of the...

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. — 14 June 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Crime ia South Saliae. HlntiT HuM lor. A story is being told by the Marshall and Sedalin papers of a terrible crime committed about one month ago in Liberty town ship, this county, but there seems to I some doubt about the matter, as we have seen no satisfactory confirmation of the report, but the following from the Saline County Index seems to verify the rumors which have been afloat for some time, and sounds like the writer knows whereof he speaks: "About a month ago a little babe, the child of one Burnett, who lived some ten mites below Sweet Springs and near Black water, died very suddenly. The child was supposed to have had pneumonia, and in its sufferings cried a great deal. The mother wns as heartless as the father, and both, from their actions, evi dently wished the little thing dead. Suddenly its little life went out and the neighbors were quite sure, from appearances, that it had been chok ed to death. They got together, about thirty in number, and,...

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. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JUNE 21. 1901. NO. 20. THE NEW REVENUE LAW. The amended United States revenue law will take effect July i. Hy its provision numer ous onorout and objectionable taxes are re moved, and the business public will be grati fied with the relief givan. The following designated papers will not require stamps after July t : Hank checks and drafts. Bills of lading export. Certificates of deposit. Certificates not otherwise specified. Sight drafts. Kxprcss receipts. Money orders. Mortgages or conveyances in trust. Tower of attorney to vote. Power of attorney to sell. Promissory notes. Protests. Telegraph messages. Warehouse receipts. There is no change in. the law as affecting the following classes of taxes:. Foreign bills of exchange, 2 cents for each $100. Bonds of indemnity, 50 cents. Conveyances, exempt below $2,000; alwve $2,000, 25 cents (or each $500. Bankers' capital surplus.Jfsu for $25,000 and 2 for each $1,000. Bouds...

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. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Bntcml at tho Postntllec In Mnrnhall, Mo., an iccond-clas mutter. TBKMS: tl.DO I MM YKAH IN ADVANCB. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAHSHAM., MtSSOUKt, Jt'NK 21, Icjot. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Kiirinvrly On-nr .V IIiiiiIit.) ( Mill r Hunk of HiiIIik MARSHALL, MISSOURI. THE THIRD AMENDMENT. Several amendments to the constitution of Missouri were voted upon by the people nt the last general election, and the success of all was a matter of comment. Anions the num ber, and known as the "Third Amendment," was one providing that the holder of n mort gage on real estate should pay such propor tion of the tax as the amount of the note se cured by the mortgage should bear to the as sessed value of the laud. The objectionable features of this amendment were recognized by business men at the time it was before the people, but fear of defeating the accompany ing amendments providing for the St. Louis exposition, but little was said against it, and it was carried...

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. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL KLPUbLlCAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. . j A Summer Campaign foil Urn I lU-vlfW. The groves God's first temples and big canvas tents are always popular in hot weather. Why not use them all over Mis souri this summer to educate and arouse the people lcforc the inevitable passions and prej udices of a regular campaign year crop out to prevent neighborly and pleasant discussion and commingling of citizens. There is much to discuss which fairminded men want to hear good speakers Inlk alout. Get up some good songs, or hire a good band, have at least iwo good sprakers, and invite the people to spend the day in a nice grove. Have a "bas ket diniu-r" or a barbecue. Arrange lor a good time. Have no "fireenling'' speakers, but conservative, level bended men to do the talking. The Review will be glad to furnish one speaker to be acceptable to the commit tees arranging meetings. The state com mittee will help to secure speakers il asked to do so. Such meetings should lc held in July and Augus...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

4 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. SnoddyFither. Mr. A. H. Snoddy of Springfield, Mo., and Miss Helen Florida Fish er, daughter of Mr. James Fisher of this city, were married Tuesday morning, June iS, tyoi, at 6 o'clock, nt the home of the bride on Hast Vest street. Rev. Dr. I,. 1'. How en, the officiating minister, used the beautiful ring service of the Knisoonal church, of which the bride is a communicant. Mr. J. T. Fisher, a brother, gave the bride away in the presence of a number of relatives and friends of the con tracting parties. The groom is telegraph operator at Springfield for the Memphis railroad, is highly connected and is an elegant, refined gentleman, who is not a stranger to Marshall people ! any means. The bride was born and icared in our city and is a graduate of the Marshall High School. She is an unusually attractive young lady of culture and refinement, is one of Saline's oldest and best families and is a great social favorite. She will le much missed, especially in the home...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. 5 Dr. Wharton Coming. Rev. J. F. Kemper of this city, received n letter this week from Rev. Dr. Wharton, in which he suggests that the pastors of the dif ferent churches in the city, assisted hy Mr. Geigcr, who will arrive in Marshall Saturday, June 22, and begin the meeting Suuuay, evening the 3 .yd, and continue through the week each night, until his arrival. 'Che tent for the meeting was put j up Thursday on the Pate lot on Hast North street, just hick of Fletcher's ' store. The meeting will be con-1 ducted Sunday night by Rev. Mr. Howell, assisted by Mr. Gciger, who is a fine singer and the differ ent ministers will lead the meetings' until the arrival of Mr. Wharton. ' Rev. J. W. Howell went to Boon-1 ville this week to secure some seats that hud been used in tent meet ings in that city, but failed in get ting them, making it necessary to have the seats made, which has been done. Rev. Dr. Wlinrlon is a Virginian by birth, is an old friend of Rev. J. F. Kemp...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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