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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF. Goo. Scarlett spent 8unday In li Ington. C. G. Flther spent Sunday In the country. Martin Lyons spent Sunday In In dependence. Senator Martin returned Monday from Sedalla. Attorney Will Lynch spent Sunday at Mt. Leonard. La Ci Lumber Ca. Make Low Price. ' Mrs. Frank Clyde, of the country, was here Monday. N. F. Randolph attended the fair at Sedalla last week. W. C. Gower Is In Kansas City on legal business, this week. Miss Vlrgina Vounir Is vUltlng rel utlves In Slater and Gilliam. Gen. Deal and wife, of Falrvllle, ieiit Sunday with friends here. Krnest McKobcrts, of Malta Hcnd, sent Sunday with friends here. Clinton Hatnhlll and Jnn. Ycagle, Jr., have returned from Buffalo. Mil Allto King has returned from a visit to friends In Warrensburtr. Miss Clara Irvine, of Falrvllle, spent Sunday with Miss Uess Tucker. Odd Six Mill Work, La Crease Lumber Co. IX. T. Koont-;, who has been quite sick for some weeks, is reported bet tor. Mrs. Kmlly Ma,er and...

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. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 TIE GOYEI30R BY TUB BISHOP or OAIXATIM. Missouri Mate Rrpabllran. "Now take me," aald Um governor, to ft friend of olden time, "Where we eta look-upon the ihow In peace; I am wear of kaadsbeklag, and I went to And a ollme Where Um dronlnge of the flatterer will ceaae. And I hear that you have other thlnga than oxen, hoga and mules, And product of the factories to show; It ma) be UBofflclal and agalnat the etrlctest rules, But theee are placet I want to go." i They went out through a aide door and came into a etreet Where the ahownen and the falclra did abound. "Tola la the place," '.he governor aald, "where we will And a treat If we can And the time to look around. Now, hera'a a maa ft-ewallowlng a aword of two-foot length, I don't are how he manages to do It; I know 1 am a man of average health and atrength, And I'm afraid I never could live through It. "My friend," he asked, "hour long did It take you To learn thin trick of wft1lowngiawnrd? So far aa I can a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8mm of Ph.laOalaWa't -4aareaiiU. rrom the Philadelphia Record. "Yes, there are loU of anarchists la Philadelphia, bill they re not near ly to much In evidence as they used to be," said an old detective yesterday. "Ever since the Hayraamet affair In Chicago thoy have kept pretty well under cover. Previous to that a lot of the more prominent one used to meet In a hall at Eighth and Callow hill street, where they would drill. They were organised as a military body, and had uniforms and weapons. The leader of this group, now an old man, lives uptown. He used to bo a butcher, and now he amuses himself assassinating by proxy all tho crown I'd heads of Europe, tho proxies balng stroy cats. For hours nt a time, I am told, he will stand motionless against hU back fence, waiting for his prey. After awhile a cat comes walking along, all unconscious of t danger. Suddenly the arm of tho old man shoot upward and he clutches his victim In an Iron grasp. In a frenxy of deligh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Short Talk on a -sbf- w w w m m sr mm Advertteinci U Rv Charted Ai ittin Ra s.x- He. Ttie truthful advertisement it the one that brings business, and most all advertising is truthful, just as most all men are truthful. Occasionally one meets a man who lies. That sort of a man writes lying advertisements. They may pay tempo rarily, but no permanent success was ever built on a foundation of humbug. Most advertisers are honest At least, they mean to be. Often each one of half a dosen dealers will insist that he has " the biggest and best stock in the city." Of course, they can't all be right, but that is merely a form of words. Really it doesn't mean much of anything, either to the writer or the reader, and so does no harm except that it wastes valuable space in the paper. The advertisement that pays best is the plain, honest, forceful talk, written just ns if the writer was talking to the reader face to face a statement of facts. There is nothing in the world so...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Official Rspoit ea BhoeUag. Capt. John P. Wlsser o( the artil lery corps ha sent bis report concern ing the conduct of hla men at tbe shoot ing of tho president to the adjutant general of the United States Army at WashioRton. In his report Oaptaln Wtsser says: "Mr. Babcock of tho reception com mlttee came to me In the morning of September U and asked for a detail of men to assist In regulating the ad vance of the people at the president's reception In the Temple of Music. 'I directed Corporal Uertschey and ten men to -eport to Mr. Uabcock at the Temple of Musio at 3 p. m. Cor pnral Bertschey Is an old soldier of 20 years' service who recently came to me a a recruit, and, recognizing hi good qualities, I made him a corporal very soon after his arrival. Uo wai selected to take charge of this detail. Ho had the good sense to give lils men Instructions 'to keep their eyes oHn and to watch every man ap prouchtng tho president.' "When the assassin flrcd the two sho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCAL IMiRIIF. A. B. Hoy Seed ay la Arrow Rock. n Mlsi ruile Trtw visited Is Gillian tali week. Phil Tucker, of Slater, wu here this week. Dr. A. A. Wheeler, of Miami, wai Bare tat week. -Ulsa Caaa Reyaold It the guest of relative la Slater. Joha T. Rhoade It the guest of friend near Slater. R. W. Campbell wu a fUltoratthe Sedalla fair taut week. La Craaas Lumbar Ca. Never FaH to Pleaae. Larklo Hancock, of Blackburn, wan In the city Wednesday. John Ifaynle and wife, of Falrvllle, were In the city Monday. W. T. Swlnney, of Gilliam, was here attending court thle week. Len Murrell and wife, of Napton, were In th city Tuesday. Judge Shackelford, of Glasgow, was here on legal business this week. Mrs. Mai Kuner, of Denver, I vis iting her daughter, Mrs. E. Mayer. Miss Mabel and Bessie Allison are the guest of friends la Kansas City. James H. Boyeraad wife have re turned from a visit with Miami friends Cysreaa nakfcktg La Crane Lumbar Ca. Mrs. U. A. Mc Bride aad dau...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

vl 12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HE DEATH 0ERT1FI0ATE- Erie Oonnty Oareacr Imm Oertiloate and Bcoord of Pmidsit McIiaUj. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept 15. Thecoro ner of F.rle-county to-day Issued the following certificate of death of the late president: City of Buffalo. Bure.au of Vital Statistics, County of Erie, State of New York. Certificate and record of death of William McKlnley: I hereby certify that he died on the 14th day of September, 1H01, about 2:15 o'clock a. m., and that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the causo of death was as hereunder written: Cause Gangrene of both walls of stomach and pancreas following gun shot wound. Witness my hand this Nth day of September, 1001. (Signatures) II. R. GAYMHt, M. D., II. 7.. MAT7.tsaP.it, M. D. .Iamks P. WII.HON, Coroner. Date of denth September 14,11)01. Ago 58 years, 7 months, 15 days. Color-White. Single, married, etc. Mnrrled. Occupation President of tho United States. Birthplace Nlles, Ohio. How long In the United States If foreign...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MARSHALL.- '-REPUBLIC AN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 27. 1901. NO. 34. OPENING OF CONFERENCE. AmmmI Contattnea of the M. E Church, South, lor Southwest Missouri, hi Seastoa Ekv spent Samoa hy Rcr. J. S. t kiaa, of SsriaffrtU. On Tuesday evening a Urge congregation was pro en t to hear the annual sermon to ttc undergraduates by the Rev. J, S. Jenkins of Springfield. The church was artistically dec orated about the organ, chancel and cbsnda liers with greenery and golden rod, the deco rations being in charge of the Kpworth League. The order of the service a was as follows: Organ prelude, by Rev. Frank Briggs, of Kan sas City; hymn, "Am I a Soldier of the Cross;" prayer, Rev. J. M. Bonne, of Kansas City: scripture reading, Jeremiah i, 4 19. Rev. J. 8. Jenkins; hymn, ''Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken;" quarteete, Messrs. C W. Lacy, W. F. Nelson, A. B. Hoy and W. S. Koontz. kTImsi follow thcarmtta to the under graduates, the Rev. 'Mr. Jenkins taking for his text Je...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, Entered at the Postoffice In Marshall, Mo., at second-class matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Etftw. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, SKPTKMBKR 27, I90I. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orear A Hunter.) omcc ovvr llnnk of HAllne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. ANARCHY. The assassination of President McKinley is good and sufficient reason for this country taking the initiative in an effort to wipe an archy off the face of the earth. It has hcen suggested that the representatives of the va rious nations of the earth be called in confer ence to deal with the evit and to devise ways and means to purchase an island in some sea, thousands of miles distant from the dwellings of human law-ahidings citizens, and provide n sufficient number of gun boats to constantly keep watch over these blasts in human lorm. Then the various governments should pass laws defining anarchy as a crime against the peace and dignity of the state and the security of human li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Revival Service at the C P. Church The meeting will begin next Sunday school hour, 9:30 o'clock. Four .service on the first day. At the 1 1 o'clock and night services the pulpit will be filled by two of the beat revival preachers of the Southern Methodist Conference At three o'clock there will be a ser vice especially for boys and girts, young men and young women, hut everybody cordially invited to at tend. The subject at this service will be: "The Harnessing of Young Colts." The pastor will be assist ed in this meeting by the Rev. R. W. Lewis, evangelist and Mr. A. C. MncCtclland. singer. Mr. Lewis is a native of Mississippi, being for five cnrs pastor of the church at Miridian. During the pa ft six yrnrs he tins been pastor of the Ciinilxrliind Presbyterian church of Denver, Colorado. He is now ei'gaged in a meeting nt Hender son, Ky.. where n Sunday night he had "6 professions, young and old." Of the singer, Evangelist Hawk, of the United Presbyterian chnrrh,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A MONUMENT TO M'KINLEY. Mr. Johaatoa Ofcre to Start a Suly acriartkm for That ruraoee. Knnum Oily mar. TotheSur: The tribute Kau nas City paid to our martyred pres ident shows how near and dear he was to the hearts of all. It now remains for Kansas City to sbow how sincere was its sorrow for the great departed. I would propose that a popular subscription be start ed to erect a fitting monument to the memory of one of the purest and noblest men of this or any age. I would suggest the otcn space nt the Junction as the proper place. I take pleasure in starting the subscription list with $100. J. A. Johnston, Midland Hotel. RoyarWakkn. Mr. George Royar and Miss Zel la Walden, both of Miami, were married Friday afternoon in the recorder's office by Justice Hiram Ferrel. The ceremony was wit nessed by a number of the court house officials. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Walden, of Miami. Meet log of the Monday. The Monday club will meet Sep tember ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Why Break a $ to Steal Shoes? $ i I Oar MJM special I cheaper than stealing mill better Ihnn other Mil for more money ft MYERS lr BELL tip HTOMR, MAMKHAf.L. Mo rA, REVIVO otauty For Halo In Marshall by It. II. Franklin, Druggist. OEDII Of FUBMOATIOM. MTATK OK MIHHOUKI, 1 COUMTT Ut HAMNR. KM. (In Vacation.) ) In I he Circuit Court, Jauuary Term, I MM, MeptenlUer inii, luoi. IfarJM.Muitllietal., I'lnlnllirs, XrlkJ.Mlat'iil..lirmlniitii. Al this day fume the plnliitltTa, hen In. by thrlr attorney, nnd tile aRhlavlt. nllrulnu, among other Ihliiu. Hint ilnfemliiiil, Kriunr Mnillh, It nut a rcslWVnt ur the Mate ul Mis ourl. Whereupon It li ordered by the Clerk, In Yacnlloii. that said defendant Imi nototled liy puhllcntltm that italnlllTii linvecouimeneed null again! him In thla court, the object mill iteneral nnturouf which u tn coii.true tli will nf J- M.Hmlth. decerned; mill Hint untruth aalil KilKnr Minlth beam! appear at this court, at the next term Ihervuf, to h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Frink Furry vtalied home folks thli week. Mrs. Mary Harvey la sojourning at Hotel Hurt. Mln Kate McMaban, of Napton, was here Monday. For 8ALK A piano stool. Inquire at this office. 24-tf JugeR.C. Hanna, of Miami, wai hore this week. Mrs. Anna Olson visited Kansas City this week. Mrs. Robert Reynolds visited Kan sas City this week. George Hawkins, of Fatrvllle, was In the city Monday. Cypress Finishing La Crease Lumber Co. Mrs. Frank Boyd arrived from Ok lahoma Sunday night. Dr. Uoro has moved Into his new home on East Arrow street. Miis Kva Morris, of tho county, Is the guest of Mln Nell Mason. Mr. and Mrs. VanAusdale spent a day In Kanias City during the week. George Cooper, of Blackburn, was the guest Sunday of R. T. Koontz and family. Miss Mercy Fitzgerald, of Slater, was theguest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Steele. Clayton Lumpkin wont to Savannah this week to attend the Cooer-Berry-hill wedding. '.a Crosse Lumber Co. C'y Largest Stock. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MARSHALL REfUBLlCAN. 7 Fr.Meat Waa ltt ttreaf;. Th number of h Medical News thaseomes nrt te-day contains a re view nf the ease of President MotCIn ley. In explanation of the nrlf la of the extensive gangrene which, be be lieves, wm the cause of death, the writer- iui that two theories have btaw'sWaaeed; Iret, that It was due to poisoa conveyed by the bullet, and, second, that ltsw due to the action of pancreatic juice thad had escaped from the wounded gland. The article then continue: "The second theory seems untenable because similar action Id not descrlh ed as occurring after other wounds Involving an escape 'of pancreatic juice, because the gangrene involved parts (the anterior wall of the stom achs) which the escaping juice could not have reached except after having paused by other parts which were not similarly affected and because It ap ear to have, been a necrosis, a death In bulk, rather than a progressive dl getton. And this view is reenforced by the fact that as the patie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TIDAL WATS II IAWAII. UsexplalBed FeatiMtf a Watar Aaeag tattskai. Later reports of the tidal wave were brougnt by the steamer Ke Au Hou this morning. The Ke Au Hou did not toush the western coast of Hawaii, hut according to the Information which Cant. Mosher received whllo at Ku kulhaele, the tidal wave appears to have reached Mahukona and was evi dently general along the Kohala coast. The rush of water at Mahukona did not occur until last Saturday, a day later than It was observed along the Kona coast. This circumstance seems quite odd. The explanation which dpt. Mosher offers for the difference Is that the original wave coming In a westerly course across the Pacific was divided when It dashed against Mano Point and ono part went to the south whllo another went to the notlh. Evl dunce of some exceptional disturbance of tho waters was felt even at Walplo gulf on Sunday, where the Ke Au Hou wit lying. On Sunday Capt. Mosher was lying In his cabin. Suddenly a s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 I - A " Short Talk on Ma, "Hlkim Urn tMUt lW- II. i of tha largest aad mas liberal advertisers la a leading Kaetera city had sweceesful sale of a stock o( goods obtalaed through tha failure efaaompetitor. The bum who failed had a large aapHal iavssied la bia baaiaase. Ha earrled Ha el goods above the average for com- pletMCM aad desirability. There seemed n mm reeeoa for hla failure eaeept oaa. Ilia atara waa poorly advert iaad. Ia oaa af tka edvsrtlaseaeate of the Ana which bought tha atock, the aUtaaieat waa made: "The atore waa poorly advarttaed. ao poorly, tadaed, that few peo ple knew of taaaaktaaea of aa great a baalaaes heaaa anywhere aaat of Mala street." Thle traaaaation furnishes aa object laaaea that ia mast conclusive. The maa who failed adverttatd, bat ha did aot advertise right, ereaoagh. His atock waa sold out by tha adver tleer who did advertise properly aad liberally. Advertising la tha moat aaaf a) af all tha tools of baeineas, but it has a r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WILLIAM M'KINLEY. Im m BY T. t. William McKlnley Is deadi and a nation weeps at his grave. He dfed In tho ten 1th of hit glory and the noonday of his fame. At the time of hit death ho wan the central figure of civilization. Among the heads nf the great nations of the world he wan the dominant spirit. He was the brightest star In the constellation of statesmen. In the council chamber of nations he was tho moderator and head. Ills will was supreme, and his power was exer cUed only In the Interest of peace and for the good of humanity. His mem orable words uttered In his last public address at Buffalo In which he said: "Let us ever remember that our Interest Is In accord and not In conflict; that our real emioence rests on the victories of pace and not those of war," will go rolling down the ages, and future generations will regard them as era bodying tho best thought and loftiest sentiment of the greatest mind of the century. Ho solved more difficult problem wi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

MAISHALL IEPUBLICAN. II " LOCAL IN tAltF. D.tA. HAMMi, ef Blnehhara, HI Mrs. Ssiaesr, at Fayette, Mo., It Mm faMNfc 4 iMf ftOSf Re P 8Mwt0Oe 1 5dre. Jena Cemr, of Kum City, I ana gassl af relatlv Iwri this week. 'lifeet'lfera MeMahaa, of Arrow Rack, Mo., la the guest of MlssHellea Huh. . La'Creaae Lstaslnir Ca. The C. & A. will give a $3 rate for the rouad trip to, Springfield, III., Oct. 2. C. T. Huwklns aad family havemov ed IbIo the Love property on East Yerby tree I, which tbajr raoaatljr par chaeed. Iter. 0. K. Thomas will preach at 8allne church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. James Craddnck and daugh ter, Mli Mary, arrived tale week from Colorado. La Ci Lunaaar Co. Main Law Price. ' Mm. F. H. Wllhlte and children of Chicago, are the gueeta of 11. M. 'Speaoer and fatally. Mr. and Mm. J. A. William, of Gilliam, are the gueeta of their daugh ,ter, Mra. Jaaea Daalel. Ab Trigg, William Laaghlla, Jack 8llfer, George Oreer aad Thomas Fisher are on a hunting trip at White' Ie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 September 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY NIGHT At (be M. E- Church, South Ser moa my Rer. J. M. loose The devotional services were con ducted by Rev. A.H. Barnes of Tef ferson City. Following this was the sermon of Rev. J. M. Boone, of Webb City, from Luke vii., 19-33, There are two theories advanced s to why. at the time John was in prison, he sent to Jesus, asking if He were the Christ, or should they look for another. The first theory is that John was impatient for the acknowledgement of Christ's men siabship, as his mission as forerun ner would not be complete until Christ was recognized an He whom John bad announced. The latter theory is that John may have had doubts oh to Christ's divinity. These conditions prevail todiy. Ministers arc impatient that Christ it not accepted, and there is still doubt in the world. Christ's ans wer is the only answer that Christ could have given, simple and con clusive. He did His work and performed bis miracles before John's messengers, and said to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

V MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. OCTOBER 4. 1901. NO. 55. DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Willin TkNMS Sluts His Swutltirt Tim Tines Ml Tin Kills Hiiself. Jul iiisy tkt Cuse. Wednesday evening about 9 o'clock Win. Thomas shot his sweetheart, Minnie Mayse, and then shot himself. He died almost in stantly, but some hopesareenttrtained for the 'young lady. The tragedy occurred at the home of Charles Aldridgc, one-half mile north of Antiock church, in the South-east portion ot this county. Arthur Cox, a young tuau who was working for Charles Aldridge at the time of the tragedy, gives the following ac count of the shooting: COX'S STATHMHNT. Miss Minnie has leen visiting her sister for about three weeks, and I took her to singing at Antioch Inst night. Will Thomas came into the church a short time after we did. Af ter the singing was over Will Thomas came to me and asked me to excuse Miss Minnie, as he wanted to talk to her. ''I said, "certain ly." She refused to go with ...

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