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

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Miweari AgrioaHam1bptriBt ftatiaa. urow stock rmm this tall. Owing to the unprecedented, drouth ml excessive beat lira' aupflTx of slock feed of all classes' la all portions ef tlie state will be much below the aver age, and In most aecttons will be very siaree and expensive., Already a tarf amoant of the surplus stock has baa thrown oa the market, in that lesi faat will be required than In the average year. At the same time, every Indlca tlna points to a great shortage la fans stock next spring, and to the fact thai abnormally high prices will thea pre vail. It will be very profitable, therefore, for the farmer to carry over as much stock as possible, and to take that through the winter In a good, thrifty condition. It Is scarcely necessary to say that only first-class stock can be profitably wintered this time. If the supply of good stock is bolow that which can be wintered, It will be the beat possible Investment to sell off the Inferior stock and buy well...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II LOCAL IN IRIEF. C. B. Bacon returned Monday sight from Oklahoma. Mr. Charles Potter, of Highland, It on the alek Hit thla week. Rudolph Levy and wife, of Mt. Leonard, spent Tuesday la towa. George Hawkla, ef Fairvllle, left Wedneaday for Eicelalor Spring. , Frank Campbell haa returaed from a vlalt to the exposition at Buffalo. Nothlaf delivered unsatisfactorily at Newlee's, Houx Bros. 2.V2 For thta week, pants M.fiO. 1175 aad M. worth tAflU. t7 and M. Newlee. at Houx Broa. 25 2w 'Mm. Ethel WhlUet aad KlrbvLewl are visiting the former's Inter at uaeaaa. Geonre R. Duncan, of Gilliam, at tended to business In Marahall Wed ncsday. Mr. and Mr. Marsh Field, of Nap ton, were guests of Mr. Julia Km lion (Saturday. Dr. C. N. Walker, of Waverly, via lied the family of It. E. Ho Noway Wednesday. Brown Nichols came In Sunday from Oklahoma City, for a vlalt to Judge Spark and family on Eaat Arrow. a Miss Flora Crouch will leave next week for St. Lou la, where abe will Joi...

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. — 2 August 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. s Thursday was aa ideal day for an entertainment and Mrs. J. de Q Donehoo was the agreeable hostess to a little party of friends at her home on Bast Arrow, when froa 4 to 7 she entertained in honor i Missea Fannie and Katherine Car dell, who are having quite a gay time visiting Marshall friends. Mrs. Donehoo has the faculty of muking her guests feel perfectly at home and being especially congeal al with young people, they look forward to an afternoon at her home with more than usu.il interest. The guests were received by Mas ter James Donehoo and Misses Eleanor and Katherine, presided in the dressing room on the second floor. The hostess was assisted by Mesdames B. W. Dawes and C L Bell, who made every one have a good time. Fruit lemonade and wafers were served on the gallery by Misses Fannie and May Lewis. The most of the evening was spent upon the lawn, where refreshments of ices, ice cream and cake were served. Those in attendance were: Misses Fannie and K...

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. — 9 August 1901

i. i ill ii i v j r BBS ST ' BBS BB1 V BBB am H f ma... f ..-. .- Hi' i eSSmi BBBnjBmunamV amam . emma- HMV SBjamBmBBBmi eSBBBI emBBB mass" mm VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE CCHJ NT Y. MISSOURI. AUGUST 9. 1901. NO. 27. THE STEEL STIUIUS ORDERED- Cell for m Kg free Stshs Tuesday Nifht-WIH Take fciwJiy-AM At last the great battle between, the steel trust and the Amalgamated Asuo'ticn of Iron, Steel and Tin Worker haa been ordered to tuke elect oh August to. This atrike call include nearly all Amalga mated rich in the United Statea ateel corpora tion's employ not; new on atrike. The order waa isautd front the Amalgamated Aaaocia tion'a hcadqnartcra and mailed to all Amalga mated lodge oficiala, who are. expected to call their men into the atrik . The following ia the text of the call: UrthreB-TlM oOclaU of the United States steel trust have refuted to'recbg nlae as union awn those who are now atrlvlee; for the right to organise. The executive board .haa authorised bm to Issue a call upon all...

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. — 9 August 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL lEflJBUCAN, Entered at tbe PoHoAce In Manhall, Mo., ai eoond-olau matter. TERMS: tl.SO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. ' j. H. HUNTER MfcW. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, AUGUST 9, I90I. Trffi STEEL STRIKE. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orwir A Hunter.) One orcr ttank ol Italia MARSHALL, MISSOURI. TO REFUMJCANS. Tbe editor of the Rkpublican is a stranger to many of you. It is his desire to meet sad form the acquaintance of all Republicans in the county, snd Democrats, too, for that mat ter. To go to your homes to meet you would be sn agreeable feature to him, but would in volve much time and travel. You are in Mar shstl frequently and can muck more easily call on him. A visit to the Republican office would do you good, and be inspiring to those engaged therein. Bat the editor, being a lawyer, is necessarily compelled to spend a large proportion of his time in the law office, hence is not always found at the Republican office. It would be gratifying if you would vail at hi...

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. — 9 August 1901

MARSHALL KCPUbLICAN. ft wtrnmm ICaypttan TImiW f MUlbaail Mt' K ...J.....'.r..it;.,if..t9i Twenty emit tawna, now..... al Fifteen rent tawna, now Tm rant Iawmb, now. MaenOetorvd tawna,..,. H,(feVtf. HA w.ttnnd rms watt lawn miirt Waiata.now ,r . UN Tbm Bd MM-hftlf bark Ml. RIMmm, how .... it.,., .,...;.... be iv.LH.wwii. (iwrt Hifes $1 per Hzta AND UP. " Our Regular H. Cahlneta Reduced to Mjm for a abort tint. QOTH CENTURY GALLERY. Over Fletcher's mure, N. W.Cur. Hquare. SUMMER DRESSES TM curreat number of I.'Ak ttm la MoBBrontalna many beautiful deatgna for Mimmr dreaaea, ami tHIa tat proper goodalo tm ued In maklne theuitalao xtrra full Information of what will he worn tkta full. Mend ua your mm and to. alamp to pay poalaxe and wa will and you a eaniple copy PRKR. Mlnala uumbera am ate. rack and can be pro cured at all newsdealers. MOHMK-nROUOHTON CO., a ICaat lata Mireet, New York. tla kwatK ask. OriUr ef PiMtoaU . Htatk or Miaaotiat.i County of Hallne. In the Probate Court, (bou...

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. — 9 August 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A wtaeiralTnhate. That U a graceful tribute which proposed la the ahan of a lovta eup for Admiral Cervera, the faad to ha raised la tfal country bjr popular nub scrlptlon. Without ilopplng over at all Ib this case, It may aafeljr be said that Admiral Cervera holdi a wara place la the hearta .of the American people, who admire that truest form of bravery aorlltoa. Laoaldae aad hit Spartans a: the Gate of Fire; the ao ble 600 at Dalaklava; Cutter, magnifi cently hopeless at the Little Big Horn stir the hearU of all who honor the valor of Immolation. Amerloao valor has never had a braver foe than Itaelf and AnMrlcan history glow with ex araples of the conspicuous disparity of numbers and splendid forlora hopes, from tbe Plains of A bran an to Saa Juan hill But la all that stretch of years no such stupendous sacrifice was made as that at Santiago, when the doomed Spanish fleet steamed out to destruction. One of the pleaslog features of the presentation Is that Cap...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

MAtSHALL KEfUBLlCAN. hi a pna- pe.Wmhed la, Mm. touik tVaaMto town ;m amusing ae eeuut of the early life and expiolte of CoIsmI Bryan. The story, .t appears, written fey the Paris oorre- Mm provincial pa based, ao Um writer ffU spoadeet of Mr, aad la aVerS.-C MMfSMKNI NralMMMi 9J friends of the candidal who have Imm promtss M .Mi Freaek capltol. Hm Western wag who fllkd Um Frenchman ao full of mw and un its laformailoa must have smiled to klmaelf m ke read litMwliUk - . - . t ma a H4WWIH MM "JSJ. M wwwn or J mm i 21 IntCMM IMO fMM M OM Of UM strange, fcelf-sevage MM of eownoys wko roamed ever Um far West tgntlag the Indian Bad Wild MMU. Imitat ing, perhaps, Um eutom of Um la dlM ehlef, each of Um cowboy bore a alekaame baaed on eome of kU e elolu m ft kuater. or Aghter. Thua M. to CoIomI Bryaa'a tltto among bta rough, but brave ud sturdy comrades wm Silver Bill, Um dead shot. Afur Um iranty of peace waa signed with Mm ladlaaa at Chicago la 1I8A, Colonel B -yaa went out of Um cattto ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

6 MARSHALL; REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. i . t Home bom; to loan at 6 percent. ' 2Mm Lkk P. VniEY. . Henry W, Merten, of Miami, u Id Marshall Monday. P. Q. Wright, of Grand Pan, waa la Marshall Monday. Mitt Ely Rhoad left latt Friday for a vlttt to friend In 81at:r. L. W. Scotland wife peat SaUr day and Sunday at the farm. Mre. Will lagram, of Miami, It the guett of L. C. Oarat and family. Robt. Frailer, of Little Rock, waa the guest of A. B. Hoy recently. Mr. A. M. Lehr and children are vUltlnff relative at Lacygne, Kan. Mr. Frank Clyde, of the county, wa shopping In ' Marshall Monday. Mr. T. W.Lacy, who ha been lck with fever for two week, I Improving. i-a Crease Lumber Ce. C"y Largest Stack. Calvin Ballhls, one of the employee at the poatofflce, I alck with iyphold fover. t ' Mr. James II. Boyer left Saturday for a visit to Mr. Uettle Hamner at Miami. Pearl .Thoma, aoa of A. C. Thoma northwest of town, I numbered amoag the sick. Ml Lennle Strllcer vlated her brother, Harry and Car...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

MARSHALL KCPUBLICAW. 7 ttstVlVO VITAUn AND TWUMITOHT MYOffD. it Yh Wat roup Hw in Southwest Mkwuii Northwest ArkaotM, buttsa Jefritery, .Tent or LouUiaoa, Vr'BlfK roR A COPY OK "CURRENT EVKNTS;" PUHMHIIKIIHYTIIR Kansas City Southern Ry, H.U. WAKNKB.O. P.AT. A K.C.Mo. Evtnr Wmu .IUIWI Whwusuj Saray 1 1 !! nnoidiauliit MARvKI Hitl'tM WANTRD-TKHHTWORTIIVjMKlf ANI women to Irawl anil ilvertlii for nld rtnb. IIiIuhJ Iioumi, fit solid Unnnclul tiniKllnir. Hnlnry snwn'yenr nrirt expene, nil pnynlile lniuh, .(lire rrfrrcnv and riicliw if If. tddreiMtl stamped envelop. Addren Man auer.se flnxton llldtf., Qlilcngo. II.JMw awwB?avv 'JBV. t . . II iiili'lil mix In. l . M ,1 IM Mll'M.(A, 1 l."i.'ii wVurh. LOCAL WtHltF. For balk A piano tool Inqulr sftr at this ofSe. H. Miller visited hi. family ih'l week fa Kansas Chy. ,vm1 Nor Robertson ii vlaltta friend, la Lolsl.' " - Ben Wilson. 'of Hlgg'lntvllle, spent Sunday tHh Marshall friends'. Hoase money to loan it 5 percent. J61m 1 ' LRR P. VtLRY. L....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

5 MAkSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tawt NGawftGS GQfQll BttltfvaswaMtjt Odall. Two Plrea. During the electrical Mom Sat urday night, between 9 tad 10 o'clock, the Ire alarm waa Riven and the ire company reaponded promptly. The Mase, which fortu nately waa discovered in its indp ieacy, waa found to be in the Ren & Page warehonae. the ofice of which waa atrnck by lightning, the bolt entering the roof near the eavea like a ballet and aet f re to some sacks below, which were used for covering the wheat. The night watchman felt the shocks nd as aeon as he recovered he extin gnished the blaze before the ar rival of the fire department. The damage to the building waa small. rimv no. a. The Index office waa found to be on fire Saturday night about 10 o'clock, but waa put out before the fire company arrived on the scene by a number of gentlemen who were passing at the time the alarm waa given. The fire started in a row of sbelvea ia the west end of the bnilding, which were occapied by cuta, type, pl...

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. — 9 August 1901

HARSH ALL KIMbLtCAN. 'Hifiiii Oil tfcj "array - "E aire Your Hone a. m 3 e Through Smvici mmw 1 ST. LO U I S, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AN TNI. pvhncipal cmn or TEXAS. Mt mi pttcuNiNQ KATY CmUCMS DINING STATIONS OFK NATO BY TNC OMPAflV. UKMOff MULB, Fifty Ccnts. LOW EXCURSION RATES TO BUFFALO, N. Y. and rwiurn, on account of Pacv American Expeeltion, via lb WABASH ROUTE Tlektta ar told good for flv day. aftn lava sad loomr IT dMlrvd. Ttaruuvh utmlr can (MkU frN) Md iUitpr direct To mala onlraniw of KinotltJon u ruuBda. Kor mta, ilmeof tralni. tut call on your nttareit ticket aavut or nddru H. tC, WAtti, Fa AT.A.. T Motwrljr. Mo. LACROSSE LUMBER CO. hv CkMi tar tkalr MMy Cmtanri. ' Man) Vesta Usbey laiiriilsi ; Horace Leonard, r-oa n? Mr aid M til Abiel Ltenard, was1 at boat Friday evtaing te about forty of Msihsll'a yoUng people. ' The enteitaiument was a com pliment to Miss ,Vesia Lackey of Kansas City, and stso to Leon Gentry, of IadcpYndence. but ua fortunately the, hitler coald not b...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

10 MAkSHALL REPUBLICAN. s LOCAL ;IH MMEP. 'Buggies, Baffles, at Maliard . 4 Sob.'- 27-laa Hob. M. W. Hall wu a visitor Ib the city Tuesday. Abnsr Gore made b visit this week to friend Bt Sitter. Robert Collins, of Sweet Springs, visited MBrahBll Monday. Dr. Mary Mansur made a profes sional visit to Slater this week. Mm. Louie Petrle, of Nelion, was shopping In Marshall Saturday. Gaines Piper, aon of Mortimer PI Iter la quite sick with typhoid fever. Mis Viola Plfer.of the Wright Dry Gooda House,! taking a vacation. La Crease Lumber Co. Treat Customers Right Mrn. J.W. Goodwin, of Alma, spent Tuesday with Mm. It.' B. L. Smith. Mr. and Mm. I. P. Wlthera, of Falrvllle, were In shopping Monday. All kinds of buggies at Mahard k, Sou'. 27-lm II. 11. Watt, of the Hardeman, neighborhood, spent Saturday lb' the city. C. I Drown and wife left Tuesday for a short visit to relative at Arm strong. i ' Rev. A. M. Lehr 'was' the dinner guest Tuesday of M. Cv Cbafee aad family. i i Mrs. Maggie .Shaw...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 August 1901

MARSHALL V KEFUBL1CAN. LOCAL IN'Mtf P. C. N. Front? la a v toilet M tka Ralaey Imm aa Eeetwead Ave. Mia Aanto Todd toft Wee'needay tor vlalt to frtoade it Ceetralla. Mra. Mary Onadaaa left Tberaday for a visit to frtoade at Carralkoa. Judge i. K. Hunter toft Wadaaaday hr'KiHH CKyt ea, legal baalaees. , fBAaa DuamJjm llF Bar M kajaajBftaJaBma' i kfVpVin, aVjaPjaVaJPawr w e ar e 'i attaaded eaurt at Lexington Wadaaa day. MIm CorlRM Lnmw, of Ruih CRy, la vtottlag bar atoter, Mra. W. 0. flower. Mra. Matthew Klaf , of the Skeekel font aela1.borbood, m la shepplag Wedaeeday. Mra. Daaala Narteook returaed Friday froaa . a via It to ralatlvaa at Bardolak, III. Dr. aad Mra. D. P. Ball returned Wedaeeday morning froai a UU to tbelr farm at Mlaaal. Miss Lucy Strotber, the guest of Mra. T. E. Spencer, toft Uils week for ker koata la Kentucky. Mlaa Nelto Maeea toft Wedaeeday for vlalt to ker brother, Georfe L. Maaoa, aad faailly aaar Neltaa. Mlaaaa Vlrglala Oarrctt aad Mas to Haaaaaaay, of Hater...

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. — 9 August 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . LOCAL NMIIF. Dr. R. H. Nueklee want to Slater Thursday. II. B. Hawkins made a trip to Buncetoa this rek. Mm. N. W. King left Wednesday for a visit to friends at Bates City. Rev. L.P.Norieet, of Independence, was In Marshall Thursday on busi ness. O. W. Newton left Friday for Col orado, where he will spend several weeks. Jas. WIngfleld attended the funeral of the late Cardwell Drethltt at Nelson. Miss Roberta Land, of Gilliam, It visiting her aunt, Mrs. Fannie True, on Odell. We understand as re go to press that Mr. Tasso Potter, who has ty phoid fever, Is worse. Rev. J. F. Kemper's vacation will begin next Monday. He has not fully decided where he will go. Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Slater, and Miss Mattle Bruce, of Marshfleld, vis ited Marshall friends this week. I will sell 1000 acres of corn. In quire at Bank of Marshall. 2w C. II. Vanhtonk, C. F. Godmaa, a soldier In the late war, was not I fled Thursday morning of his claim ia the El Reno district. Mrs. Ella...

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. — 16 August 1901

if- .tj: .! Vu 1- Hx yit hi in-' ' 'i i .. MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL; X. . . M AISH ALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOUll. AUGUST 16. 1901. DtCWON UPHOLD! WORLD. FAR MTO. iNO. 25. kinge Zaahfit Susannas Dimiiifir to PetWea Km m "-- mmA Wnlta TbM Mb Am Not -teamed to Mekv Judge Zachritc's opinion in part it as fol lows: "That no rale is fetter established in equity jurisprudence than in cases where the injury to be abated is public merely that is, where no cititcn suffer a personal injury it i a public natter, and a, representati-e of the state is aloite mpowered to bring the action. Tht nowhere does it appear in the petition that tbeae two plaintiffs bed.taay interest in the subject nutter of the complaint other than that of all other.citiarnu and tax, payers of the city. TMt it A notchry spaar (ross the piiHaiswh rtect, Jlai aH, the plain tiffs' rifhtai either of tptnperty t person, will be violated, except by a i vague and indetuite allegation that tWy .wMnothntfrHiHtod for the time: being-...

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. — 16 August 1901

J MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MAISIALL lEPUHlCAN. Eatered alike PovtoBea 1 Marshall, Mo., m no d-ela -maUee. TERMS: tl.tt PER YEARi ADVANCE. ; r yz "' MAXBHAIA, MISSOURI, AUGUST 1 6, I90I. .), R HUNTER Uwyaey (formerly Omir Hunter.) Oflca ovr Bunk of Italia MARSHALL, MISSOURI. The following is frost "Sharps sad Plats," and Ike argument will be very dlScalt oa y-L-V. 8. MstkHtM ebjs-.t his the -aartaf the dtfanatert at the -bar afabMc daughter using champagne ia christening the opiaioa. The Democratic party iw Missssiri v Ckvfland. He doesn't waat to see It. wasted, tmust go down under the load whkh.vits ksders A ,aad eogoojl a ihiag 0 djJwN that way." Ntew lisve heaped apon itr llsasat' Dtmeata -Will i if the Bx OoreraW will state wis views son- find a wtlcossta the srty'oftgoa!l genera ceraing ckompvfiwj we will be very thsiak-j! neat.jprofrsss sad prosperity. Political Re fo5 1 - -il , i, . v. view,! .,.4, J. 4. , ju iL " ' Notwithstsadisg the horrible influence of The "coaseat of the go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. - -- 1 1 A. H. McRoSerta, Jr.; familiarly known as "Eck." ws rthe victim of a rather peculiar and exceeding ly painful accident Wednesday forenoon. He h operating a feed mill on their faim about half a mile north of the houae. In reaching into the hopper to push the corn back, his right arm waa caught between the sweep and the top of the hopper; before he conld atop the team, his arm between the wrist and elbow waa crashed fat in the inch apace under the swt-ep. Bck waa alone, held fast in cruel grip, the leak nf his arm msshed to pulp, honca crnahed, and the team Mill attached to the sweep. In vaiu he ahouted for succor. It waa too far from the house tn make his people hear He secured a near by monkey wrench, and attempted to loosen the bolts of the sweep. For an hour he alternately hammered at bolts and shouted. At length a colored woman living a half mile to the north, the direction in which the wind waa blowing, heard bis cries, came to ace what was the matt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Beef tvtlt si IkW Tort. from th Chicago InterOwon. The Inter Ocean' New York corres pondent, "Holland," aaysthat "Got ernor Odell, If present purposes are not changed, will be named at the candidate of the Republican organi zation of New York fo the presiden tial nomination.' He foresee, with this end In vliw, "a struggle between the regular organltatlon and the friends of Vice President Roosevelt." "Holland" clearly believes, how ever, that such a Mtruggle will not be, on the part of the Odell organisation, actually for the presidential nomina tion, but simply to retain control In New York. "But, after all,' he sig nificantly adds, "the more astute pol iticians here have no expectation that tho next Republican candidate will be chosen from the East, or that the rule since the party was formed of naming Its candidates from west of the Alle- chcnlcn will be chariged. When they arc reminded that Maine was a citi zen of Maine, their reply Is that 'he was born wes...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

MARSHALL KCMBLICAN. lUUiabdhi eaM to to Mm v 'i n as NU UnV we. Oldest M otofrapher la America, IM oa Wedaeeday. Ha wm bora la Beat Sudbury, Feb. Ma, 1809, tad we therefore la hla aleety feartli year. He received, hla eduee- .tlaai im Ika ...t'. ....'.. WM" "J" TV""" an wHhoet a meeker aad pehtfed mmletureaj ,Mf ead lead rcepea tereeted lathe laveatloa of Daguerre through Oouraud, alt demonstrator, aad la eompeay wRh Albert J. Bout wta opeaed a, studies Tremoat row. For more than half a eeetury Mr. Hawea eoeducted bealeee la the aaaM reeate which, ara to-day meh Ma name aa wbee ha took poseeesloa. Ha waa aa ardent admirer of old Boa- ton, and It waa a delight to hear hi tell of auch beautiful place aa the Gardiner arree aetata ea Pemberton Square oa which hi back wlndowa looked out, Among tboae wko sat before Mr. Hawea' camera were Daalel Webster, Charlea Sumner, Rufua Cboate, Loula Kossuth, Theodore Parker, Emerson, Chaaaieg, Jared Sparks,' Alcott, Ly taaa Beroher, Thoaiaa Stan Kla...

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