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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL JN IRIEF Gordon Itobertson vlsltd friend In Northwest Missouri this wwk. Charles Chapllno ient Sunday af ternoon with friend at Orearvllle. W. E. Parrlsh returned Monday from a short visit to ExoeUior Springs. LA CROSSE LUMBER CU Optratc uWr Owi Manufactory. John V. Rose and wife have re turned from Pari, the old home of the former. Mr. Agne Shiittlewnrth ha re turned from a vUlt to friend In Kl ein. 111. Mr. II. C. Young und f nther, George Standard, left Monday for their wet ern trip. Frank Mitchell returned Saturday night from evernl day fH-tit In Kan sas City. Mis llelt Vcuglc. of Mluml. U vlltlng ut (he home of .lidin Yeugle of thl city. Trunk Furry, of the I'lntio Hinder Company, Hnt Sunday with nU wife In thl city. LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Rwy Cheap for their Many Cuatomera. Mr, .ludd Mitchell, the guct of Mr. A II. Stewart, left Friday for Kuni City. Henry Shunz and wife left Saturday for I 'oil Townend, Wah.. to make an extended vllt. Ml Fannie Hell...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 LOCAL IN BRIEF. Matt Davit returned Friday from everal month spent in Texan. P.. I!. Emerson, of Oklahoma, was a visitor in Marshall this week. Mrs. John Roberts left Monday for a visit to relatives at Kansas City. Mrs. Kthal Whltsett returned Friday from a visit to Kansas City friends. John McKeever was In from the Shackelford neighborhood Monday. Mrs. Schooling Chapllne and little son are visiting relatives at Moonvllle. Dan Shea, of Indianapolis, Is visit Ing his father, John Shea of this city. LOW PRICES, La Crowe Lumber Co. Virgil Iiwer, of Pettis county, at tended to limine-: In Marshall Satur day. Ix MnDanlel and wife, of Kunms City, hHnt the 4th with relative nt M Intnl. Dr. W. II. lloge, of fioonvllle, was In Mnrshnll attending to business Friday. Hon. Matt W. Hall has returned from the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo. Mrs. Frank Itlgney, of Shackelford, left this week for a visit to Excelsior Springs. Miss IVarl Parrlsh has returned from a visit t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

8 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Dr. Wharton at the Sabbath School. One of the must delightful ser vices was held iu the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, when the Sunday school met. The attend auce was nnnsitally large, many grown persons who are not in the lialiit of attending were there, hav ing stopped on their retnrn from the service at the tent, many of them member of other churches. The thought presented itself that their presence every Sabbath morn ing would greatly encourage both the superintendent and the scholars. The selection given by the quar tet coinjiosed of Messrs k. T. Hrightwell, A. 1) Hoy, Prof. Al lien James and It. li. I.. Smith, was well rendered and our only criticism was that it was too shoit. Dr. Wharton, who had been in vited by Superintendent R. IC. I.. Smith, made a tine talk to the child ren that was quite as much enjoyed by the older persons present and was calculated to stimulate and en courage Imth teteh.-rs and pupils in the great work iu which they are eng...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Ohnogt at M. V. O- We clip tlic following Item from the Mlmiourl Valley Observer: I'rof. It. T. Kt-rlln renlgncd May 'J.'Inl. ami Inter accepted a chair til Ceorgetown, Texan. MImh Thorp re signed to become the wife of Mr. Dor an. Ml Catherine Allen, A. M.. taken I'rof. Kcrlln' pi nee. ami MUs Willie Walker, A. It., taken MImm Thorp' place. Ml Allen come to M. V. C. from llnrdln College, Mex ico, Mo,, where her alary wa rained and other effort made, to retain her, hut nhe prefer MIourl Valley. SI lire taking her A. M. degree he ha Hnt three and a half year Htudylng In (ieriniiny and truvdlng In (Jreeco, Italy anil France. She In a highly ue cniupllnlicd teacher, and will add much to .MIxkohi'I Valley. Minn Walker ha lieen tcuchlng In M. V. C. for neveral year and dererved She promotion whleh Iiuh fume to her. I'rof. Inline Newton Hvrard, A. II., of (Siccullcld, Mo,, ha Ihn-h divtcd to the viicimcy made I iv the promotion of Ml Wal ker. I'rof. P.vraid hu lieen ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. UNION TENT MEETING. Die Spirit of God Present at Each Meeting with Great Power Many Confew Chriit. Saturday ntorniti's services nt the tent were full of comfort for God's people mid although n busy morning for housekeepers, many of tkcm were present, mid the busi ness men turned out in targe mini hers. Dr. Wharton took his text from the 61 Psalm: "Lead me to the rock that is higher than I." Dr. Wharton makes his Biltte talks very .simple and tender and his very ex pression convinces one that his great heart is in the work. This is a human cry, n cry of distress. Wc are hoping to make lu-avcii's port and we shall for we will have the waves to contend with. From the troublous ocean of life the rock rises, Jesus Christ is this rock. He knows of our troubles and broken hearts, He knows how to come close to us. Leave every care with Him, put every sorrow upon Him, Jesus wants us to. "Come unto me, nil ye who nre weary nod heavy laden and I will give you rest." He ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II HiHoaCourlftcy. Aainterestingweddingtook place t Hotel Hurt Tuesday afternoon, July 9th, 1901, the contracting par tied being Mr. W. H. Hitson of Shackelford unci Mrs. Nancy Court nry of Jewell, Iowa. Rev. Chas. K. Thomas performed the ceremony in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Ntlson Thayer, of Salt Springs, and the ladle of the hotel, The groom in one of Saline's most thrifty and prosperous farm ers, residing on the Pete Winslow farm near Shackt Iford. The bride in a very prepossessing young lady and is a daughter of the late lotiard Richards, ol Bolivar, l'it has been visiting Mr, and Mrs Thayer since March. She was dressed in a tailor made suit of colored cloth with vest and trimmings of holt blue silk, with white hat and gloves to match. Mr. and Mrs. Hitson and Mr. and Mrs. Thayer were dinner guests at Hotel Hurt and left during the afternoon lor Salt Springs. The bride and groom will be guests for several days of Mr.and Mrs.Thayer, after whu'h they will b...

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

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Olimtte tod Crop Balletia. Columbia, Mo., July , 1H01 Another wek of extremely high tem perature and desslcatlng winds ha been added to tlio long drouth which ha now become one of the most disas trous In the history of the state. The mean temperature of the week ranged from " to 11 degree above the normal, the excess being greatest In the cen tral and northern counties, and maxi mum terat.icraturc of 100 to lOrt dc glee occurred In all sections. To ward the clone of the week, however, the weather became somewhat cooler. Quite heavy showers have fallen in some localities In the extreme south eastern portion of the state, and also In a few of the extreme northwestern counties, but over the greater part of the state there was practically a total alucnco of precipitation. In a few localities where heavy rains huve fallen coin Is doing finely, and In a considerable number of the north ern and a few of the southern counties It will still make u fair crop if good ra...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSH A I K r r ; n n , m Trill W '.M I. 1 it Hl pt I , fa WVPIK t t h. . VOL. X. 4 MARSH ALL. SAL1ME COUNTY MISSOURI. JUtY 19. 190hr"U TOfVTKI HO. 24. HUUH A $150,000 FIRE, trol, so far ae the north ride was The two-story brkk building concerned and the attention of the .oth of the oae ia which the fire fire compaay was directed to the .. ' . k.iu.J71.i.i.i. vi. originate, owafd by S. D. Mar- ' appeared Wlirent danger, but waa badly damaged. R. K. the wind sfera changed in time lo e'8 " 'o dam- f a.- a- If. t fi aave-aiaar alabtc brick build-Med; aa Jaaaraace, TheloMof Ucpartmcnts 01 Marshall ,g.. ,he sau coaaty Teiepaou co. . After ine aeatrtjctfcm of the New eatiaate at aboat $3500 and that York Store, tne'tfamW entered the f ffl. t i-u. r. i. . bai!dihf ofthe-P. lie. Imple- ? the t Co at about aient Co., feroagh the' froat win- W00, The orl,n o( the fire ' dowa, and jumped to the first loora knP. but employes of the New of Hanson's carpet store and Link 'a Vork Store Bay that it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MAKSWALl lEWHICAN, Filtered at Um rotiomea la Marshall, Mo., u moo4-Um utter. ' f t J. H. HUNTCH, M MARSHALL, MIMOURt, JULY 19, I9OI. J. H; HUNTER, Uwyervt ( formerly Orar A Hunter.) (imp over Hank of Halts MARSHALL, . . MlttOURI. THE FIRE The disastrous fire of Wedaesday and the narrow escape from the total detraction of the entire business portioa of the town, de monstrated too forceably oar anprotected con dition. The loaa entailed would go far to wards the construction of aa adequate and modern system of water works. It behoove the water company, under the existing con ditioa to take every precaution to avoid waate and to conserve all their force. It likewise behooves the city aathorities to take immediate aad positive steps to secure to the city proper aad sufifcient water. The de aiaad for water, aaCcieat in quantity and quality, to supply all ordiaary parpoaea and properly protect the bosses aad property of our dtizeas, is imperative, aad ao tadividaal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. S nMwdfiniHM. mmm About three o'clock WeJaaaday tnoralag U. O. Mason, who resides on werta jeVersoa imHw, ws awakened by ike smell of smoke ad upon arising fouad the entire hack of the bomm to be in fame. The ire comrMay was called oat and the ncighbora succeeded ia Having laort of the furniture ia the . two front rooms, bat nothing wai aaved in the rear of the hoaae. Mr. Mason, who resided ia the Dawea pioperty had attended the teat BMetiag aad afterward went in to Miug'a Hotel, where he spent aa hour or so, after which he went home and retired, bin family being away fro home visiting in Illi nois. He soys he did not go through the back part of the house when he went home, aa it was late, but it ia reported that a light was seen in the kitchen about ten o'clock and if such is the case it waa none one who did not belong there prowling about for mischief. Mr. Mason has suspicioned late ly that aome one was around the bouse and for feur th y might ea ter and steal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MAKSHAiLv'KEBLICAN. Pasiihrnjot for Blunder in Old.Vireinl. A Mr. fcUtjiaiy of.- Uurruuda Hun dred, war convicted of." slanderlrig some reverend gentletnarf whose nnnw In undecipherable on the oM mutllat- ed yellow page. He was sentenced to have hi tongue, pierced whh an awl, and to receive forty kick In addition to paying a line "of lljfe Aundred pound of tohaeco;.antf it-Is-'recorded that he w'as alsojknocked down and "footed" outjiMho fort. Kvldently siandering a.jmnlster In those days wan" a matter mil to le lightly re garded.."" The next cane I from Hungar's Parish, and occurred In lU-'M. It 'seems that a eertnln Iteverend Cotton oMrlnled then-, of whom Mr. Henrv Charlton, In an unguarded moment. uld wan decidedly the thirstiest In dividual In America and could absorb more cognac In a given time than any , inan in tno eoiony. iir. v.uriuii wan tried, convicted and sentenced to make a pair of stoeks dliectly In front of the pulpit, and to sit in them from the beginning to the en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INiRIEF. FOK Salr A piano stool. Inquire at this office. SM-tf - James Davidson, of Saline City, was here Monday. A line shower of rain fell at Lamlne Monday about II p. in. O. W. Newton made a business trip to Blackburn Monday. Mrs. M. J. Harris, of Blackwater, wan a visitor in town Monday. Mr. Jam Welch, of Mount Leon ard, spent Saturday In the city. Clothing cleaned and pressed at Hose Huckner's. Prlcea right. (24-2t MU Viola Haker, of Mount Leon ard, la visiting Miss Mamie Lee Sparks, LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Stock Carried h Urfe Sbcfc. Your Hiilt cleaned and preMed for 1 00 at Hose & Huckner's. New pro CCSS. 24'2w A. K. LoomU returned Monday from a trip to St. Paul and the Northern lake. Mrs. Mort Piper In reported vhettcr. which In welcome newii to her many friend o. J. J. Hobertion and wife, of Mount 1Minanl, acre visitors to our city Monday. Take your null to lloe & Buckncr's; havo It cleaned and pressed. New procesc 24-'Jw S. A. Jones, represe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INIRIEF. Prof. T. K. Spencer returned Satur day from St. Louig. Mrs. C. D. Goodwin I visiting her parents at Lexington. Mm. J amen Wlngtlcld It out strain after a severe attack of quinsy. P. H. Ilea left Saturday for Coffey vlllo, Kansas, on a business trip. Misses Kllu and Mary Goodson re turned Saturday from Lexington. Mis Laura Orear, of Orearvllte, spent Sunday with Marshall relative. Vaughn Montague left this week for business trip at K.I tl?no, Oklahoma. LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Carry Urf e Stocks. Mlas Mary C. Sanger Is spending the summer with friends In Kansas City. Miss Lulu Lumkln was quite sick, the first of the week, at her home on Odell. Miss Nell Martin, the guest of Mrs. W. S. Huston, left Frlduy for a visit to friends at Napton. Land and Kverctte liarnum are sending their vuuntlon visiting rela tlves at Aldrluh. Mo. Mrs. W. II. Nook, ot Slater, eame up Monday morning for a visit to I. O. Striker and family. Itussell Klrtley, of Kansas City, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 LOCAL H BRIEF Mrs. J. W. Field, of Dallas, Texas, Ik vliiUlnfr her daughter, Mm. Cellle Durretlon Odell avenue. Mini Corlnne Dulauey, of MuKlnnoy, Texas, In alno a guest at this pleasant home. Miss Norton, who has been teach Ing a class in short hand, left Satur day for Columbus, Ohio, to visit rel ative. She will attend the exposi tion at Buffalo before her return. Judge Lee Tucker and wlfo returned Thursday from a mouth's visit to rel atives at Colorado Soring. They topped in Kansas City to visit their son, Dr. II. Tucker, fur a few days. Mrs. Thomas Potter, of Stillwater, Oklahoma, arrived Saturday and re mained until Monday with Marshall friends, when sho left for Clifton Hill, Randolph county, for a visit to rela tives. La Craut lumber Co. Make Lew Price. Hiram Phillip, president of the St. . Louis Hoard of Public Improvements, and Richard II. Phillip visited our city this week at the request of our hoard of aldermen to make a reMrt on the condition of th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Uaio Suafcy School Meettaf As was previously arranged, the different Sunday schools assembled at the churches at 9:20 Sunday morning and teachers and scholars from each church marched in a body to the great tent where the union services were held, that was called the grandest service ever held in our city. Each school made a fine showing for the Master as they marched through the streets, some of them singing aloud their praises to His name. It is estimated that the at tendnnce numbered twelve hund red. When the tent was reached each school ivns assigned a place and there was no condition. The superintendents of the different schools were requested to take their places on the platform with Dr. Wharton; they were Boone DeGar mo, K. E. I.. Smith, Col. James Gordon, L. P. Viley. George Alt house, K. B. Taylor and Joel Crockett. The services opened with sing by schools and prayer by superin tendent L. P. Viley of the B.iptist church. After this the collection, whi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSHALL KEFUbLlCAN. 9 THE UNION TENT MEETINGS, The Services Coatkwe to Be Largely Attended wi h UaaaMed later est HuaaVeda Have Coav leased Their Savior. The Monday morning's meeting begun at 7:45. 'Notwithstanding the early hour a goodly number were present and hy 8 o'clock the- seat were well filled. Dr. Whar ton's subject wan: "The Keas'ms for the Christian's Hope," his text ling found in the Fust Epistle of I'eier, 3d chapter and a part of the 15th verse: "Be ready always to give toeveiy man that ssketh you k reason for the hope that is in yon." He bgan by Haying that it in holttte!y beyond the power of liuitiitu langunge In portray the immensity of the Christian's hope. A most iiuiMirlunt subject, not only for the Christian, but for men and women seeking the truth, salva Hon thruuithonr Lord Jesus Christ. It is ibis t lint has cheered through out thi. datkest bourn and must weary trials worth more limn ten thnusuid world-. It is a reasonable hope. In this werld God has provide...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. are til prodigals, bom of us are those whohavewaadered iwijrud com back and others re Uiom who have waadered ad Bot com back. It takes great deal lOflM tIMt tO make ft Ml COM back. I mi speaklag to-alghtto mea who will not com ustll ton awful stroke of God's providence wakes tkem up. "When h com to himself." All men away from God are out of their ralnds. The prodlal had plenty of friends as loaf as his Money lasted, but one day he awoke to the fact that his monty was gone and proceeded to look for a Job. The ravages of dissipa tion were too visible and every man turned him down and finally he got down with the Logs and that Is when ho came to himself and said, "I will arise and go to my father." He car ried out his resolutloe; no resolution amounts to anything unless carried out; and no resolution If made In your own strength alone, amnuntsto any thing. He cbm Just as he was, he did not wait to get any better. He could 4 1 I II.- J-.1 L. uuv Kc miwr lurniuuuv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

MARSHALL ItrUlLIGAN' 11 Bewef tee Bra. Harry Praeetseo m r,arle:eWk Wedaaaday, kavlag base eimoM by keel while kelpleg igbt skein of skat mora lag. Joseph HUStOB WW MMWff Ike per- bom ovarcossa wltk keel Wedaeeday, bet wm able le deliver kla paper la the evealeg. A Mg keh wm bwraed la tkt ImI ' --'-- held.k4 fortuaalely the Ira wm put out before it epreao further. Dr. D. P. Muilif wm overcome wltk Ik MM Wedaeeday tralla tryteg to lad at aeoouat books la kit oAw. wklok wm llmd wkk eaoke. Every.maa la Marekall wm a Wedaeeday aad worked faithfully fat tka faea ef Ike epreadleg blase, wklek could ho fen fer klocka away. Da O'Briea'a right kaad wm badly burned while aeelstlef la movlag tha hose la froai of tka Naw York atorc. He will sot be able to ute It far tlaw. Rev. E. E. Morris and family kai their valuables pecked aad ready to move oat Wedaaaday wbaa It wm tboufkt the Are would spread dowa Odall avseue. Tka Preebyterlaa ekurek caught oa Ira fro a spark blowa froai tka buralaf butld...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 July 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INIRIKP. Dsn Cahn left Tuesday for 8t. Louis. Rev. G. Beasley.of Gllllaa, attend ed tbe teat sseetlags this week. Slnon Pysner, of New Frankfort, attended to buslaess here Monday. MUt Ethel Clark, of Herndon, li lted the fatally of J. P. Evans Mon day. Mlis Anna Byrd, of the county, spent Sunday with the family of II. U. Irvine. Max Kuner and Out Mayer have wired that they left Denver Thursday for Marshall. MUs Maude Hill, of Kansas City, is visiting Mrs. J. W. Howell on East Arrow street. Miss Mann, of Keytesvllle, Is visit ing Mrs. A. P. Rector and attending tlu tent meetings. Jerry Swlnney, of Orearvllle, left Monday for Wyoming, where lie ex Mtf to locate permanently. Mrs. Imetta Cooter and son, Hor ner, of Malta Bend, were the guests of friends here Sunday and Monday; Mrs. S. W. Armentrout and son, Wlntlcld, returned Wednesday night from a visit to relatives in Gallatin. Misses Ora and Vera Snoddy, of Slater, were guests tbe Itrst of the week of It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

MARSHALL-- "-REPUBLIC AN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JULY 26. 1901. NO. 25. 150,000 HAVE REGISTERED. Registration at El Reno Wsfaisssy Brohc all Previous ReeoeeV The record in registration was brokeu at Kl Reno Wednesday, when 16,708 home seekers received their certificates for the land drawing;. It is estimated that 30,000 strangers are in El Reno and many are deeping in the streets. Gov. Richards has abandoned the idea of holding the drawing in an open field and he will hold it in the government head quarters. The governor paid: "It will be impossible to hold the drnwing out in the open air. There will be thousands of papers to handle and a rain or wind storm might spoil them all or get them mixed up so that we would have to have another opening." It was suggested to the governor, that each state should have a delegation inside the building to see that things were conducted fairly. "That would be emineiitl satisfactory" said the governor. J'The .ptople. from each s...

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