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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INilllIF. . All kinds of buttles at- Mehard 8ou'e. 27-1 m Will Walker left Saturday for Lex ington. Mrs. A. Bamett has returned to Fayette. J. T. Isabel! left Saturday for Kan km City. P. H. Rh went to Etcelslor Bprlafa Saturday. Miss Stella Hltt Is vlsltls friends near Morton. Robt. Han, Jr., returned Saturday from a trip to Slater. Mri. Georgia Branaugh It vliltlair relatives la St. Louie. La Ci Lumber Co. Treat CMttomars Right Rev. Thomas liar bee, of Palmyra, returned home Friday. Miss Louise Lrmraon Is vlfl'ing friends In Malta Bead. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Holton, a boy, August 9th, 1WI. J. A. Peck and daughter are vli.lt ing friends In Centralla. S. G.Turner returned Sunday to his home In Kansas City. H. C. and J. 8. Colllus, of Glasgow. were la the city Saturday. Miss Jessie Shepherd Is making a prolonged visit in LaPlata. Miss Dora Bright well, of Slater, Is ' visiting relatives In the city. Charles Gleasoa and wife, of Car rollton, were here...

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. — 16 August 1901

v KlVtVO Bo WwJ Wt t jeTw emmeeesw Missouri ' Pacific Rail way i THK '. ' 'til Slivt'LiM" VIA PUEBLO, Direct to GLENWOOl) SPRINGS, , MAN1T0U SPRINGS AMDALLTHR f mm tests . KKkks - "MRrr' ACJRNT VOR INfORMATION. o. p. iWr, An m. bNMi Mo. SUMMER DRESSES Tha rurront -lumbar of I.'AMT LA Mom runtalns many kvftuil'ul di-stana tor wwmtr Hmwi) mm wn ih h mliln ha umnt In mailnit thalllt i iln in nil Calls tha imwr nods to ha uartl In matin tharill Mlao mIvm full Intormnilen ef what will be Mlvai full inforntMIe of what will i worn tiiii tall. Hn4 m your nam h an. atatiin in aav BfMlajta and v wl sand you o sernipla eoay VRKR. Mail numhen nrs ate. aacli and ran ba ecu- ruraa ai an nwaair. MOaMK-BROlIGHTON OO ., KMt letaWtrvst, Mw York WANTRII-THIIHTWURTIY URN AMD woman to iravrl nnd art rrrltM for oU rutnb IMiri bousH of mlM Nimiielnl Manitlna. Hnlary Tie)njfu,nd ktiiaii.Hllnjrihlf Incaah'i (Hr resrnoM end ncloH 'self. MldWhKsmBM,Mivtsp. AddrMfMan asr,aaivvvon nio, t:'"r"f-i .Phli-Mgo. II i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

8 MAkSHALL REPUBLICAN. BaAA TeaaaBBaBBaaVaY. J. W. McKinaey, admr. toC. O. Richardsoa, la ta-ioo acres, aa, 275a9i 600. J. M. Pitch to Annie C. Adams, lotsio, ti, block 3, College ad'., Marshall, $1300. J. W. McKtaaey, admr. to W. T. Barroagha, 80 acres 35 t T. S. Minor and wire to W. L. Ayers, lots t a to 19 Inc. tub. div. lots 149 to 15a lac, block 38, Mi ami, Si 350. W. M. Bell and wife to Chan. Ulrey, latf acre 553 at, $840. Florance L. Cason and hatband to Flita C. McKee, 5 acres 15-50 31. $4000. G. D. Swinney to J. W. Priley, lots 4 & 5. block O. Gillian. $350. D. W. Wing to Taylor Guerrant, 360 acres 35, 30-53 19, ao, $16,000. H. W. Redman to Emma B Turk, pt. lot 9, block 3 west ad. Sinter, $625. Lina C. Helm to Mary J.Cooper, pt. lots 5 and 6, block 1 Slater, tftoo. X W M Reynolds by tr. to G. M. Francisco, lot 150x300 ft, near block 3, Nelson, $350. Calvin Pfleger et al to A. E. Riley, ?i int. lot 14, block 9, Grand P. $33.J3- Reaokrtioas of Respect. Whrruah, Through th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 A THROUGH SERVICE MCTWKKN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KAN8A8 CITY ANS) PRINCIPAL CITIES OP TEXAS. AIO- FREE RICUNINQ KATY CHMI GARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.' UPEIMOfl MEALS, Fifty Cent TO AND TBHMrrOUT BIYOKU. II Yn WMt i dup Hue IN Southwest Missouri, Northwest Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas or Louisiana, WHITK FOKAl'OPYOK 'CURRENT KVBNTS," PltHMHHKIt 1IYTIIK KanwiH City Southern Ry. H.CJ.WAKNKIMI.f.AT.A., K.O..XI0. Foit SAI.K A pluno stool. Inijulr st thin ottk't. 24 tf ' 1 Wa.rtWtf-1. aArt rt f fAaWfr 1Y 4a.tJi t , mtU I' OUR EXCHANGES. Water Hauler. It' baa been rumored for the past ten day that the St. Louis and Chicago passenger train ol thin di vision are to be consolidated and theaccummodation train, which now Mops at Higginsville, ran throngh to Mexico. We hardly think this plan practical and therefore believe the rumor ban but little foundation. A number of young Indie are spending the week at Sulphur Spring., They left Stater last Tuesday...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INIRIEF. Miss Ol'll, of Metlco, Is visiting at the home of C. O. Page. E. H. Fulkersoa, of Salt Springs, was In the city Thursday. Judge Bush nade a business trip to Pleasant Green thlsjweek. Jacob Flak hat returned from a business trip to Oklahoma. Joe Bammll and wife arc spending the week at McAllister Spring s. Alfred Shepbard aad son, of Malta Bend, were In the city Wedneeday. Mrs. Daa Robertson, of Kansas City, Is the guest of Marshall friends. Miss Louise Nuckels, of Louisville, Ky., Is the guest of Mrs. L. P. Vlley. Mrs. .1. W. Barnhlll and son, Mai- culm, are visiting friends In Arrow Rock. Miss Agnes MsGlnnls, of St. Louis, Is the guest of Miss Josephine Ma loney. James Col vert and wife are spend Ing the week with Enoch Colvert near Salt Springs. Misses Myrtle Baker, of Slater, and Elizabeth Bates, of Falrvllle, are the guests of Miss Stewart. Miss Agnes Whurlon, of Bellvllle, N. J., Is visiting her uncle, Mr. 11. Howard, near Marshall. Mis. J...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

MARSHALL KEFUBLICAN. II 4 LOCAL INtHIEF. '. Uo'MM)r to lean at 6 pee lft.Ua . ., Ub.R. Vtunr- The Misses Woodson are vlsttlng'lfl Slater. P.. i Frtaklta W la- Cateaa' BlMlMM.""1' "' ' - ' Mr. J. M. BmBw vlsWlay frleiids hi Hlgbse. Bora, te Mr. aad Mrs. Gee. Phillips Aff. II, bey. Joe Todd returaed Moaday from a vUU In Moberly. F. FVHall, of Sweet .Spr lags, was Is the city. Moaday. , , ijt emu LUMKR ca W. O. Fowler, of Slater, was In Marshall Monday. W. C. Forman baa returned from a visit to Oklahoma. Rev. E. E. MorVIs U taking his va cation Ir Wyoming. Wm. Piper Is speeding a, few weeks at Excelsior Springs. I. N. Seargeant la spending aainnth at Bxoelslor Springs. T. B. Cllil haa returned fromtbual see trip to Kentucky. " Harry Fraaelaoo I )a .Excelsior Springe for, ale kealta., , (1, Miss Stella Flckey hasi returned to her norm la Jeffersoa' City. 1 .it . . ,i Miss Ollle Guthrie returned ' to her home la Norton Monday. '' Daa V. Herlder, of Slater, waa bare on legal buslees Monda...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 August 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEP. A. L. Jurdea wu la Booavllle Tuesday. Dr. W. H. Bruce left Tuesday mora Ing for Fayette. Jmh CoIIIbs ties returned from e week'a visit la Dorer. Mln Mary Hell, of Sweet Springs, li V letting relatives here. Mlee Mettle.Frjr bet returned from a visit to Malt BeBd relative. J. P. Loftue hae returned froa aa extended trip to the mountains. Harry Wllion left Tuesday for a visit to hie brother la Dayton, O. Rev. J. T. Kemper la spending hla vacation at hla old home la Virginia. AQATITE CEMENT PLASTE. La Cnw Umkte Ca. Mra. J. W. Howies and daughter a have returned from a vlalt to Ken- tucky. Mra. Vaughan and daughter, of Miami, are the guests of Marshall relative. George Dugiflns waa the guest thla week of Dr. Wheeler and family of Herndon. C. D. Steele ha returned to hla home In Norton, altera visit to friends In thla city. Mra. J. L. Grove and daughter, of Corder, are the guests of W. H. Fletch er and family. Mlsa 8. L. HatAeld, who ha been Hufferl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

1 i MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. I VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. AUGUST 23. 1001. NO. 29. EUROPE'S WHEAT DEFICIT. The Mark Lane Express, in summing up tlie wheat situation, says: ,"THe.beetutkor ities estimate the wheat crop of the United Kingdom at 36,000,000 bushels, that of Prance at 300,000,000 bushels, and the crops of Bel gium and Holland at 40,000,000 bushela, a total of 396,000,000 bunhclit for the great wheat-importing area of Northwestern Euroie, which need 64.003,000 bushels. ''America, with home wantn not excreting 400,000,000 bushels, ha;i 675,000,000 bushels, and in, therefore, able to deal with the deficit single-handed. The Russian, Roumanian, Australasian and Argentine surpluses arc left to meet the wants of Italy, and the newest buyers, like Cape Colony, Greece, Switzer land, Scandinavia, China, and, probably, Austria-Hungary, Spain and Portugal. "Egypt and India will bt self supporting for tbe,n-xt twelve mouths, Sut, Egypt has dropped front the list of expor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

2 MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered at the- Pottomee la Marshall, Mo., as soond-olans Matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. MUNTIR, Utter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, AUGUST 33, I90I. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orr Hunter.) ORm orr Bank of Satin MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Colonel Bryan says "imperialism ia still the great issue betweea the two political parties." This may be his opinion, but Majority of the Democratic leaders say the colonel is a back number. Democratic specialists who propose free trade as a remedy for trusts, will discover the weak ness of their argument, if they will look to England, a free trade country, where trusts have developed further than in the United States under protection. The balance of ttade lor the month of May, including the special Movement, in favor of the United States was $55,661,062, or fit, 161,180 more than for the same month in 1900, and atill the free-traders are howling about protection causing a loss of trade with foreign ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

MARSHALL KENJfcLICAN. 5 MARSHALL'S DAMAGE SUIT. Miee He4a.Hwf.Sw Cy-Aha AceMM(ONiMM44fl Nor Lahyitta Aveaue- - - , t MhM Helen fe. Huff, daughter of '"Alder-Ban J. M fluff. through her attorney, Due gins A Raitity and Rector & Lyon, filed a petition Satnrdry. Auunat 17, for $5,000 dmages against the City of Mar ahull Plaintiff flute in her peti tion that on or ahont September 32, 1900. in lor a long time prior thereto, North Lafayette avenne wm open to public travel, and that on the above date the went aide of said atreet, north of the ponloffice building, and in front of the real dene known na the "Duggina property,0 waa not in proper and a'e repair for intvel, but waa in a dangeroua and unsafe condition; that on the aaid aad d iy of Septem ber as aforeaid, the plaintiff wan walking along this strvet.aiid. at the place mentioned, she, met one Jurats Freeman, who steppt d on a loose plank, c-tuaing the same to By up and strike aaid plaintiff on her lower limb, throwing her vio l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Taiy Oaoages Their Miads- Kansas Clljr Journal. "Several people from Jefferson City visited the ex-Confederate reunion at Sprlngfleld laet week and enjoyed .the three day' stay there," says the Tri bune, by way of a preface to the story which follows: "There waa a large attendance, and the trains were crowd ed on Sunday with those returalag from Springfield. When the Jefferson City people arrived at the station no seals were procurable on the train. At tbo tall end of the train of care was a coach which had been cba "to red by some theatrical people who were bound for the Pan-American Exposition to twrform la the midway. They were of the kind that would seek engagement of this sort. The conductor of the train told the party, all of whom were I ml leu, to take seat in thecoach char tered by the midway people until there were seats to be had in the other coach ed. The ladles seated themselves a for away from the theatrical people ait possible. There were about t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

MARSHALL KENmlfcAN. 6' 00IIE1-IT0IE OF I03PIfAL LAID - it n . n . ''l At u OMMnuti; der the Ananias ef tbe Msaseie .jwesssaafhA Hlsainsvllle JffraMton jThe corner-stone of the aw hospital building iif thsOmfederete Horn we 1414 auspices of Hlgglnsvllle Lodge, No. 3f, A. F. A A'M.t aaditbe local eiapi of Dm Daughters ud Veterans. I A large crowd of people were la at tendance, ameg them y promlaeat ei -CoaMeriuea and Masons froca over the stale. Colonel Henry Newman, secretary of the hoaae hoard, presided oyer the eaerelee and Introduced the S94MaiariMfW9fffrAMft9MltMiiMMB promptly at 1 o'clock by a song , fol lowed by nnyer by Me. tCT. Oynne. Grand Multr Campbell Wells, of Watte City, waa then introduced and conducted the Maeonlo oenmoay over-) the laying of the corner-stone. He waa assisted by Deputy.Grnad Mutter W. P. Kuhn of Kansas City, Graod Senior, Warden, John C. Yocum of KuAsqitr? t Deputy Grand Jim lor WardenrAloaso JUraee ef thle city and Grand Chaplain (A" hV Hlata of Odes...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN LOCAL IN MIIF. j e . Buggkw, Buggwa, ? at, Mauora ft Son. , ' iMm CecUWIUoa returned Saaday from hit Eastern trip. Frank Durrett, of Orearvllle, wr Id tewa Moaday MIm liulee Miller has returned to iler Immm J MImI. J..M. Watte spent Suaday at kit home wir Baradoa. 'A. M. Soyer is speeding two woeke In KfOtMlor fljN'lMH. Herbert Wood and M. C. SandMge pent toad ay la Miami. MUaea Etta Ewell and Etta Taylor are visiting la St. Louis. La Croaao Lnwitar Co. Novae FaH to Plaaaa. Oil le Turner waa the guest of J. M. Dawea, near Slater, Sunday. Frank Taylor and family, of Nap ton, are at Chouteau Springe. I P. Vlley returned Saturday night from a business trip to Texas. MIm Martha Re a U visiting ber Inter, Mr. Phil Ott, In Sedatia. Mm. Mary Davis has returned from a visit to friends In Kansas City. Miss Pearle Patterson has returned from aa extended visit In AJItllle. Miss Marlon Burruss, of Columbia, Is the guest of Miss Louise Bryant. All kinds of buggies at Mahard...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

M AtSMAlLI KEKJ.LrCAtl. 7 LOCAL INjIMEF.t Wm Wood, of yiHtWwTi' wii In theeky TiMjii :-!- 'v Bm Striker made n faMlneM trip to Chleago Tweed ay. i V it - r ) Charles Klgla aftd1 wife, of NaptoB,' wan bare Tuesday. Mies Splla Burlea U tee (MM this TV f a mttr )fci Tweed ev tor, a ten iMra. !., W.. Riddle, ef NsUoa, lathe guest this week of Mrs. Jamison. 'Wm.'Nkptoa aad daughter, ,MIm Francs, bars returned, from Chicago. MIm Ems Shackelford, of Sweet Spring, U Mm guest of MIm Kooata . a i i f til f i R. Campbell hap returned fro a visit with friends la Blenheim, Can ada. Mrs. W. H. Black aad daughter, Mary, were the gue of Slater friend Tuesday. . ' 1 ','" I Mla Ida VMtfone.tMMirfturned to ladvllle, Colorado, Where be will teach thin year. Walter Grey, wife and children, nf Lincoln, Mo., are the guests, of rela tire. In Marshall;1 ' Mr. J. W. Jahn and MIm Mary Slater returned Monday, from a 'vlalt Aom Piaster, La C LauatkaT'Cw- Mineral wktrr haa been dleeovered near Djaart Hew ley 'a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

s MARSHALL ; REPUBLICAN. OUR EXCHANGE The Mount Vernon (Mo.) Chief tain is advocating the organization of a society for the prevention of cruelty to vegetation. It deeply deplores digging eyes out of pota toes, palling' ears, of com, eating head of cabbages, pulling bearda off rye, threshing wheat, cutting hearts oat of trees,, spilling .Moo of beets, tearing skis off peecaest breaking Recks of squashes, scald ing lettuce, quartering apples, squeezing lemons and many other Mich outrages. A drummer (and a drummer yon know, never tells a He) told us how a preacher tested the effects of hard times on his congregation. At the conclusion of one of his sermons he said: "Let everybody in the house who are paying their debts stand up." Instantly every man, woman and child, with one exception, rose to their feet. The preacher seated them and said: "Now, let every man who is not paying hia debts stand up." The exception noted, a care-worn hun gry looking individual, clothed in bis Isst summer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

MAISHALL KtKJILlCAN. '9 . .raaanw- 1 v W ? VF vBH hYf'' A;Sal.iBB aaaV..BBV Through Smvici BCTWCIN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KAN8A8 CITY principal emn op TEXAS. VMM HfRT SIBKIt Ml mU RKCUfUNQ KATY CHA1I CMS DINING STATIONS OPCfUTKO BYTHK COMPANY, WfYPMOft MKAl, Fifty Cents. AMU TMMMITOMV HMVOMU. II Yh Wnt i (M IHae , IN Southwest Miasouri, Northwest Arlnnaaa, Indian Territory, Texas or Louisiana, WKITK KOIt A (HIPY OK "CURRENT EVENTS," FITHMHHKU IIVTHK KatiH&a City Southern Ry. H. O. WAKNKIt, tl, P, AT. A., K.U., Mn. TO " , AMI fVIMTM IW Rural Prss DsKrsrf . Mr. Mschen, inperintetidtnt of free delivery ia the poatoface de partment, ass concluded the work uf parsing upon the number of .ru ral free-delivery rontes whlchare to be established in Miaiotiri ap to and including November I. This information ia not tonally given publicity, but Mr. Machea ha in the pant few days taken np a large number ol implication, which have been pending for some time, and paxe-.d apoH them. In view of the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Wlllts Chastala Iim returned from KeasaVcity.' " '''' Miss Flora Crouch Is visiting rela tive lii 81. Loult. Mr, tl: P. Spencer It visiting her psreata lu Faystte. a H. D. Hawkins' arid wife are visiting friend t In Glasgow. - ,) M. K. Farmer haa returned from, a business trip to St. Loult. Mm. C. D, Newton aad chlldrea are vlelttog- friends In Glatgb'w. ' La Ci aLiimkMP Make Law Price. !!. II. Hawkins and wife are v lilting relative! In Monroe county. Mrt. Frank WaUon li visiting rel ative In Clay Center, Kansas. llorn, to Mr. and Mn, Norman Chaffee, August 21, a daughter. U. A. MoDrlde returned Wednesday from a business trip to St. Louis. Dr. Shuck and L. M. Hatwy, of Neloon, were In the city this week. Jas. Henshaw and wife are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Herbert .Mar tin. Mr. D. Richardson, of Leaveoworth, Kansas, U visiting .friends here this week.. ' ii. Mrs. Nannie Sco't, of Heradon, is the guest this week of Mr. J. C. Lam kin.. WHITE PINE SHINQ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

MARSHALL KEPUDL1GAN. II le WaaT-mpted iiM Fall. Tom Meson la Lift. "I have Jaat received ft circular froa the Rock Peak kotel," said Voa Bin. aer, "aad It Meat alghty aUr active. It'supla theCeUkllls, aad U alfkt be goad plaea for hi to speed oar vecatloa. You kaow we havea't beea to Die aouatelae for eoae thee." "Dlda't jroa get a booklet from the Oeaaa rroaA'-anked Mre. 'Voe Bla aw. "Yoa kaew we liked It dowa tbenee Back lait year, aad I tklak, fierftll.I prefer the cc ashore. There's aothlftff much better thaa the Jersey coast, aad the Oeeaa Froat le aaeh lee hotel. We kaew all about K, aad we doa't kaew athleg about this other place yoa meatloa." Of coarse the Oeeaa Proat la alee," aald Voa Blaajer. "Why ahoalda't It be alee at the prleee they charge? Why it eset eell& a day all the thaw we wew there lest year. It's ton ejachl I eaa't afford It. Now the Hock Peak" The Rock Peak," aald Mra. Von Blumer, "la cheaper, of course, or you wouldn't bave mentioned It. But aa for me, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 August 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Stole tomtits. "Melody in tbe heart makes mu sic in the life." ' 'There in but one degree between extremes; but one step between the sublime and the ridiculous; but one leap between love and bate, and hell hath no fury like love scorned." "If a man really ever receives tbe light, he can no more keep from radiating that light than he can refrain from breathing." "The smallest part of a sublime work contains an inspiration which escapes the preception of the vul "The sensitive mind argues in vain against the brutal intcllectu ality of false education." "A sound mind is the first prin clplc of a sound body." "Both common sense and sound philosophy bid us seek the highest tonic in joy and the softest opiates in the pence that passcth under standing." "True elevation of mind does not take a being out of the circle of those who are below him, but binds him faster to them; gives ad vantages for a closer attachment and conformity to him." ' Divine economy gives no pl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

Mi WW It MARSHALL-- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. AUGUST SO. 1901. NO. 90. GOV. DOCKBRY ACCEPTS STAR'S OFFER. HI. IomiU Hlnr. The hooks of the state will be exntnined. The Star made a proposition to the govern or, bared upon Gov. Dockery's open letter to the Globe-Democrat, published in the St. Louis Republic o( August 3, nnd the governor has accepted the offer. The letters which panned between the gov ernor and the Star will he found in full below. THe Star want) to net at rent the charges and countercharges, assaults and defenses respect ing the condition of the books, funds and financial transactions of the stale. The Star feels that this great state in not being benefitted by prolonging the controversy touching the actual financial condition of the Mate with respect to its various forms of in debtedness and resources. In accepting the invitation of the governor, the Star believes it, was doing a great service to the people of the state. The examination...

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