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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 November 1901

to MARSHALL REPUBLICAN: SLATER. Mln Sadie Weil bat stopped school for a while on account of the serious lllnen of her mother In Marshall. tirother Hicks, of the RnuMJCAN, wan In Slater Tuesday and Wednesday, earnestly talking up the ONLY paper Miss Hopkins, of Kentucky, a friend of Mrs. J. P. Hicks, will be here In the early part of the month to start class In water-color painting. Some of ber sketches are most pleasing and quit artistic. There I to be several Important changes In the train service In the near future, with quite a marked change of time or trains passing through here. It Is likely there will be a new time card on next Sunday. Rev. Mr. Caldwell, originally from Kentucky, will he here for several week to assist the Presbyterians In a series of meetings. They began thin week. Tho Methodists have also com inenccd a protracted meeting. Tho public school "study hall" Is no joko. When a pupil, by unnecessary talking or poor lessons becomes the proud (V) owner of fifteen dem...

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. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II lOTDATtKMOOL LEMOl. Far leadey, KevemW Mta, 1M1. THBCHItMOODOT MOMM.-BX. 2:1-10. 1. And there went a mea of tbe hoilM of Levi aad took to wife a daughter of Levi. . 2. And Um woman eoaeelvsd, aad bare a soa; and wbaa she saw hlai that ktui goodly child, aha hid hla for thraa asoatha. . . 3. Aadswbea aha ettald'Bo laager hide bias aha tank for him aa ark of bullrusbes, aad daubed to with allae aad with pitch, aad put the child there la; aad she laid It in the lags by the river's brink. 4. Aad bit later stood afar off, to wit what would be doae to hlai. ft. And the daughter of Pharaoh came dowa to wash heraelf at the riven aad her naldeoe walked aloag by the rlv er'a aide; and when she taw the ark among the lege, aha eeat her maid to fetch Ik 8. Aad when ehe had opeaed It, aha aaw the child; aad, behold, the babe wept. Aad she had coaipaMloa on hla aad eald: This la one of the He. brawn' children. 7. Then eald hit titter to Pharoah't daughter: Shall I iro aad c...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 November 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Mahards' buggies and surrles. 3Wt Go to Loomls & Grosa (or candle ol every description. 40 fit W. H. Steef, of Norton, was Inter viewing our merchants on Wednes day. Photos GOc, 85c and II per dozen and up. 40 4t aOrii Century gallmiy. "A Thoroughbred Traiad" U, like all other thoroughbreds, the real ar ticle. When jrou want a first-class turn out la the livery line, call a'. Reld's. 30 4t Mrs. Wb. Vaughn, of Grand Pais, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. M. Kelffer. MONfcY TO LOAN-1100,000 of home money at a Low katk. 41-41 Lr.K P. VlLKY. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Graves, who have been visiting friends In Illinois, have returned. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uoatrlght, of near llrrndon, were shopping Iti Mar shall Wednesday. When In Marshall take- your horse to Iteld's now barn, Corner West Ar row and KuglNh avenue. 3I 4t S. A. (Sash and It. P. Gillespie, of Uldge lVarie, were guests of tho busi ness men of Marshall on Monday. "A Thoroughbred Tramp" every th...

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. — 22 November 1901

MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 22. 1901. NO. 42. TEACHERS' MEETING. The teacher of Saline and other counties comprising the Central Western Association will meet at Warrenshurg, Friday, November aoth. The session promises to he a very interest ing and instructive one, and coming at the lime it doe., at the Thanksgiving vacation, it is thought that large delegations of teachers from every county in the district will be pres ent. A splendid program has been prepared, many nf the state's best known educators hav ing a place thereon. We give it in full below: FRIDAY, NOV. 39, 9:30 A. M. Recent School Legislation. a. Institute Law J. A. Keithls, Con cordia. h. Course of Study J. S. M. Huff, Mar shall. c. Consolidation of Districts W. T. Hoover, O ik Grove, d- Library A. A. Wirt, Helton. General Discussion. FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1:30 P. M. Nature Study. a. Utility T. E. Spencer, Marshall. b. Presentation L. V. Rader, Kansas City. General Discussion. L...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Postoffice In Marshall, Mo., at Mcond-clMn matter. TERMB: 11.00 PEK YEAH tN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, E tf. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, NOVRMBRR 22, I90I. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (Korrmrly Orr Hunter.) Offloo nvrr linnk of HaIIii MARSHALL, MISSOURI. OUR NAVY. The secretary of the navy, Long, has com pleted his report, estimates and recommenda tions, and snbtnitted the same to President Roosevelt. He recommends the construction of addi tional sea-fighters covering twenty-two war ships and auxiliaries, two first class armored cruisers, three gunboats, each of 1,000 tons displacement; three gunboats, each of 200 tons displacement; three picket boats, each 650 tons displacement; three steel sailing training ships, each 2,000 tons displacement: one collier, 1,500 tons displacement, and four tugboats. He also recommends an addition to the enlisted service of 3,000 men, and 750 men in the ma rine corps. He further recommends that the number of l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

MARSHALL ICPUBLICAN. 3 hokiak Caavsy Factory. J.H.Schleuter, in connection with his other business, in putting in the very latest up-to-date machinery (or the manufactnre of candy lor the wholesale trade He will em ploy workmen from the beat candy factories in the country and bis goods will be second to nothing made. When ready for business Mr. Schleuter will put two men on the road with samples. This will not interrupt his other business, which goes on as usual. 43-4 aaAai WAaBataBBaBBSaaBAaAl4aaSk laaaBgV IXYptaPSVJSnWaV. The united Oklahoma and In dian Territory, when admitted as a state, will have a far greater popu lation than any other state had on its entrance into-the Union. None of the tbirteenoriglnat stales had as many. Not even Virginia which was the largest of them all, had anything like the population which is in the two territories, It will be entitled to four members in the House of Representatives. Nil Pay m fir (narks Tin Yh Are (npM ti! Everything ah CHEAP to day ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

KflMftM, -at -a necting of the Board of 'XMermen held at the City Hall m Wednesday, the 13th day of November, toot, the follow' ing Ordiaance was passed by the Board anl approved by the Mayor, to wit: An ordinance submitting to the legal voters of the City of Marshall a proposition for said City to iacvr debt far the purpose of erecting water works and an electric light plant, ami to provide for the col lection of an annual tax to pay the interest thereon and to constitute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of such indebtedness. Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Marshall as follows: Skction t. There shall be sub tnitttd to the qualified voters of the City of Marshall, at a special elect ion to be held for that purpose, on Tuesday, the 10th day of Decern her, 1901, a proposition for said City to incur an additional debt of seventy (f70.ooo.oo) thousand dollars to erect Water Works and an Klectric Light plant for said City; said indebtednessto bear fo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

MAtSHALL ICrUBLlCAN. 9 NEEDS OF FMUmNES. New Lasts' I aw, Forest Uw and Fraasmci Law, San Francisco, Nov. 17. Charles A. Conant, special cow mlssioner of the war depart neat on coinage and banking in the Phil ippines, and D. R. Williams, sec retary of the Philippines commis sion, left for Washington to night. They are carrying with ihem the annual report of the Philippines commission.- While its contents will not be made public until after it has been delivered to the presi dent. Commissioner Conant inti mated that the commission has re newed the recommendations made a year ago upon the subject of coinage. "I think." he said, "that the plan which the civil commission recommended a year ago will be recommended attain this year, This plan provided for the issue of a silver peso exchangeable for 50 cents in gold and nearly of the size of the Mexican silver dollar. If tVis coin can he kept at a fixed re Lttion to gold by limiting the quan tity and by other measures to maintain its credi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SeltetieaBy Merit. M. Dillon was removed from office of t'olleotor of customs at Kl Paso, Tx recently, on account of charge of violation of the civil service law. These charge were filed last Miring by the civil service league, and have Mince been under Investigation. They were Indorsed by the civil service commission. The specific charges were that Mr. Dillon was Instrumental In having questions In a civil service examination supplied In advance to candidates for appointment to places under htnmlf, and also that he receiv ed contributions for campaign pur poses. This removal from office U regard ed by many as significant of the Presi dent's Intention to strictly enforce the provisions of the civil service law. Coupled with the action recently was the prompt acceptance of the resigna tion of Collector Sapp, of Louisville, whose chief offense was violation of the civil service, although the charges against him have been hanging lire for several months. Chairman...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

MARSHALL KCPUDLICAN. Aiu'toJfeReecue! Th Wmmn tahriiliNli lis Help Vtmm Jttr lex. It I la no wie to a mmm'i dlaeredH VaJ atBta tan aaaaft al MaUaAataJ Uammm W tea oalr laacf kcr ia tht firemaa'e kclatet, ia tht arts? of tkt Hft-btat. a wielding a policeman's clan, at tkt Mat of tome af that lata wkkk it tkt dirtiagutehlag quality of ktr en. Tkt Molly Pitchers and Grace Darling an only example of tkt sublime sslf-for-getfulaess of women ia great tmar gencie. It's ataek tkt amt la other way. Women turn to tkt strength, skill aa Judgment of awa ia tkt trues of life. Oat of tht moat cotMaoa statement aiade la th? letter grateful women write to Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., i this: HI owe ay lift to Dr. Pierce." These women have found themselves ia great danger. They have appealed witkout avail to local physicians. They have coun-eled ia vain with women adviser. The beat that had been done for them was just to keep them afloat in the aea of disease with strength visibly failing, ia the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OmbIj Omrt PneatdiBga- Minutes of lb Salla County Court, November term, November 4, 1901. Court met In regular session. Mem bera pretent: J. T. StoulTer, II. C. Hum, R. W. Hlekman, Judges; R. E. L. Smith, clerk, and It. T. Ham, therllT. Court opened by the aherlff. J. T. Duncan tit ml. pretent their pe tition (or public road. Proof la made that legal notice ha been given and name laid over (or remonstrance until Thursday, November 7, 1001. Warrant ordered In (avor of M. D. I'lper (or 1100 (or building a bridge. P. J. Wright et al., by their attor ney, pretent to the county court their petition (or public road. Proof It made that due legal notice hat been given and tame continued until No vember 7, 1901, (or remonstrance. A. O. Hobertton et al., by their at torney, pretent to the court their peti tion (or a change of public road. Same It continued until November 7, 114)1. Lou It Plnkerpank et al., by their attorney, present their petition for road; alto comet J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Vin Dyke & Co. Red Est, AistfKts, im wd llSVMCt- arm h west ink m sum Vood & HUSTON BANK. Marshall Missouri Capital $100,000, Surplus $100,000. Geo. A. Mtir'cll, JPrcsident, J. P. Huston, J. C. Larrikin, Cashier. Asst. Cashier II. O. ALLKN GKO. N. ORKAR ALLEN fe OKKAR, INSVRARCE, REAL ESTATE, LIAI AIENTS All TITLE AISTRACTERS. MARSHALL. MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? Hvnil In your name niut rulittYt itml ul our C'HtiiloKiifiof nil klmU of MeruliniiillMi nt Ifrli'railffj'liiK competition. Fully lllustrnt vl cntnloKue will on roct-lpt of KM for pout hkv. KAIINiOltKKN IIKKOKK, w 10 i ifenrimrii Ht.,()iiloiio. 111. J9ChInIoku. nmlM ilurliiK July. RIGHT UP TO DATE, (tutu's Plutw li Pate's t!a:ltr.) Theta ro Uys oi rcronl ami of tho liftt. las of records. lloui:i' Porous Plaitrr, (or quli'knes of actioo ud tlionuliui' of cur. Iim no record lo beat exe opt it 1 own. Bausou's PLis'e.', alwsy tint lwt, always tlx trader, U to-day btUtr than tter. It stick...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Maharda' bugglea and aurrlea. 3Ml Go to Loomla & Groaa lor candles of every description. 40 St When you want a flrat-ctaaa turn out In the livery line, call a. Held'a. 39 41 I'liotoi'MkySSc and 91 per dozen and up. 40 4t 20tii Century Gallery. Mlaa Nancy Hawkins left Wednea day for an extended visit with frlenda at Carrollton. When la Marshall take your horae to Held'a new barn, Corner Went Ar row and English avenue. 3U 4t Col. A. L. Strang, of Sedalla, was In town Saturday. He la prospecting for coal near Hlue Lick. Housekeepers, use all the Influence you have on the aide of the irood and cheap water proposition. lomls Sc Grose will eerre your parties and receptions In up-to-date style. 40 Tit Itoberl Irvine, wife ami daughter, of Falrvllle, made, some of the mer chants happy on Saturday. Vote for tho water bonds, for It will give you a water supply that will he Inexhaustible and at half price. Miss Koontz has moved her dress making es...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF. MUi Lucy Bun-ass, of Miami, u the guest of Mlti Virg lalaMcRenyold Saturday and Sunday. H. H. Parsons was the guest of the St. Loult Republican Club at the banquet glvea on Monday night. D. L. Hoffman ltft Thursday even lag for an attended business trip through the Indian Territory. Col. Ci. P. Storts, of Slater, was transacting business In the Criminal Court and the various county offices this week. Collector McAml and daughter, MIm Kate, weal to Sharon on Tues day to attend the marriage of Mr. John Hanaa, son of Judge Hanna, and Miss Allle Audsley, which look place at 12 o'clock Tuesday. A general surprise was given Miss Dora Eberle and brothers by the young people of tb Sharon neighbor hood. The evening was delightfully spent with Instrumental and vocal mil lc, games and conversation. Dell clous refreshments were served. BLOSSER. News Is scarce around Dlosser. Corn gathering Is about over In this vicinity. A large crowd attended the Dennis Cral...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 November 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FAIRVILLE- Wm. Stihepera was In Marshall Friday. Louena Senear Is on the alok list tMs week. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Smith Sunday ctl In Miami. Dr. W. R. Utzmailohlt usual trip to Marshall Sunday evening. Ethel Irvine, of Marshall. Is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Anna Irvln. Price Withers, John and Sam Irvln are In Chicago this week with cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Brockenbor, of Old Mexico, are visiting Miss Nell Hawk Ins. John Skelton, Giles Smith and J. M. Talhott. were In Marshall Mon day. Caddy CSrecnebaum, of Miami, spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. It. O. Smith. Itev. Harry Crum. ol Miami, will preach next Sunday, both morning and evening. I.uihcr Skelton. of St. Louln. spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. I A. Skelton. Mr. und Mrs. John Dyer spent Sun day with the former'-) parent. I. (5. Dyer or Malta Henri. Miss Hetty Lvwls, who Is teaching M'liool at this place, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. und Mr. Price Withers. Will (iuthrey. of Junction City. Kans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

Ik MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 29. 1901. NO. 43. RBPUIUCAN EDITORS ORGANIZE. The Republican editor of Missouri met in St. Joseph on Friday and Saturday and or ganized an editorial association. Three hundred were present. The convention was held in the Commercial Club rooms- This was the first meeting for organization the Re publican editors ever held. It was a glorious success and great good will result to the party in this state from this organization. The re ports brought in by the editors from all parts of the state were of a very encouraging char acter showing that the Republicans are united and determined to redeem Missouri at tbe next election. The committee on credentials stated that since yesterday's meeting nearly fifty names had been added to the list of Republican edi tors who have signified their intention of wotking hand in hand with the members of the association in farthering the cause of Re puLlicanisnrin this -state.' The...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' Kntercd at tho I'ontotllec in Marshall, Mo., m aeoond-olMH matter. THUMB: il.00 VVM YKAti IN ADVANt.'K. J. H. HUNTER, Edttw. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, NOVKMBKR 29, I90I. J, R HUNTER, Lawyer, Formerly Oresr Hunter.) Office over lUnk of Kullne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Ireland proposes sending Paul Kruger to parliament. There will be no Populists in the next con gress, but Senator Tillman will be there. Aguinaldo wants to cross the ocean and at tack the American congress all alone by him self. Governor Dockcry should call in a Missouri mule to explain the work of his expert ac countants. Frank James is going on the stage. This is Iwtter than to go on the gallows, which he bid fair at one time to do. The old Italian city of Naples is wrestling with municipal corruption. The newspapers have come to our own great city for a name for it, and call it "Lc Tammany de Naples." Charles A. Welsh, Secretary of the Demo cratic National Committee, says that the ne...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 MueatioMl. The Saline County Teachers' As sociation meet in the circuit' court room December 7th, 1901, at 10 a. m. Everybody come. LAW CONCKKNINO t.lBRAMIKS FOR TIIK SCHOOLS. House Bill No. 236 (approved March 19, 1901,): Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Missouri, as follows: Section i. Library Board Cre ated. There is hereby created a State Library Board to consist of five members, four of whom shall he appointed by the State Board of Education, to serve for four years and until iln-ir successors are ap-, pointed. The State Superintend j ent ot schools snap be a member and ex-ofncio chairman. Skc. a. Hoard Shall Select, Clas sify and Recommend Books. The Slate Library Board shull select, el'issify and recommend a list of suitable hooks for school libraries, supplementary reading and school reference hooks. Said list shall j contain not lets than forty suitable I took s to supplement the rrgu'ar school room work in each of the I following...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GOOD CLOTH ALONE l 1 Doeri not make good Glothee, but it is a com blnation of Good Cloth. Stylish Catting and per feet Tailotlng, Tilt is Stfi BlKk CLOTHES, The ones that competi tion fi'aro to run up against, the clothes that we have sold the moat particular dreeaera in t a MlmMTt U I I tmaVtmh jLp it iMNHiay m r on mitv jtfr V k Patent T. U(M Sato, HlgfcCtlBAIlHMi. Kurt Rrprodoctloa u4 tkU StyW Mwt this town and pleased them highly, and we want to say right Here tbat ft is a pleasure to wait on them because there is so much satisfaction in being able to please a man, when everybody else says "can't be pleased." We will put our time against youis at any time to show you and will give you more real value than you ever had before. We sell the tost in all lines: Stein Bloch Clothes, A. E Nettleton's h oes for Men, Queen Quality Shoes for Women. John B. Stetson & Cos Hats. Manhattan Shirts. When you are looking for the Best come here. CLOTHING CLEANED AND 1 REP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Wattrworfa. RJref Routt Notts. The rain on last Friday night did not prevent about one hundred and forty of the representative and tax paying citizen meeting at the cir cuit room to hear a discussion of the water proposition. Mr. L. D. Hicks was made chair man of the meeting. Attorney D. D. Duggins responded to a call and made the first speech. He com menced by saying that what he would say woul.1 he from the stand point of a citizen who had lived here mote th.tn thirty years and expected to live here thirty ears longer; had always taken a lively interest in the welfare of Marshall, and no citizen rejoiced more than he did in her prosperity. He oke of the legality of a levy ol more than fifty cents on the one hundred dollars, and claimed the council had that power and cited several decis ions of the supreme court in con firmation of his opinion, but the difficulty with the position he) took was that those decisions do not np ply now. They were made prior to ...

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