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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 April 1904

US! 135 "r Jf OLT' Friday, April 1, 1904, MARSHALL REPUBLICAN X LOCAL NEWS X 3 cm EX: TIMEvfJ J vT TABLE OOINO WHT CAGQ ALTON LIAVK ! Noll Nell No It mii ntttial iioi. idm RUt.r . . US' T on.., II l " isn- runon .. ... .. .10- no" MA.1IA(X. IM" ,n"ll." 1.11" iiof . . .u " . . . a Ml.tmam ,11 .111" Uckoora. . .U" II W" I4" CHIIXfl EAUT LKAVK Noll NoSt Nolo J N.U taMkbt'n . II.Mtia IXm Ml.t.e-HiaM ll.lt" tit" . Bk.rkl.lorl II4" MJ AK-IIAI.l. UM" U S I0o ll.fl m orton 1 II.U " Ml " u.i.r ll.ol I jo 91 , NVm Ullllan . j II 19 " H 10 " Mom on .la-nat or to Irate -a..ritra, IWSo.enel.kftOonaatfct tills, can to HicctJ tt Pall "J riot. ro.nntl.lol. on ..la to 111 t romlnvBl roltlalo I Off 1,01101 Plato., I ana la an.! m-iic. o. g.llAwtltoR-.t, iftnt, Missouri Pacific Time Card. (ll)INO LAST No to ra.-iicr loate.Mar.htll Muni 10. Ill IMal "rollbl. loafea Ma, .kail ll.io. tWISO WKiT, No Ik-l'a.-oxo... looia. Mar.kall Jlltn Ha. Ill-l.a-al frr-ikl, bom Uai.ball 1 ln le-Pa-Maor vUntftitl -.a... ...

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. — 8 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN 1 : Vol.. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, APRIL 8, 104. f No. 9. Subscription to this Paper, fl QO Per Annum tK Advanck, DEATHS; VELUA GLADYS tt)K8VTIIK, Hula three sod a ball yesr old aughter of Mr. uJ Mrs. Or For jibe, of near Sweet Springe, mi fa. 117 burned Tueaday mornlug about o'clock. The little one wti alone laying la the room and It It suppoe; her clothing In aome mannrrcaught re, and ehe oat alroott burned to atb before aaelatahce cnuld arrive. he Uved until three p. m that day til death relieved her turfertns-. funeral erlce were held at Mack rater Cbael Wtdncadsy at 2 p. m. onductrd by Her. J. It. Hedge. CUAB. IIIIAKK, I well known cltlten of near Sweet Iprlnga, died at hie home Saturday venlog, March 20, aired 72 year Ir. Drake had been In wor brallh Dr tho psat two year and bin death la nut uneipcctrd. He leavea. two aughU-re. Funeral aervlcee were eld Monday, March 4, at the rrtl ence and bilrlal at Fatrvlew Ceroo fry. ItEUA M'UIIKtV I.llt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

ML? . , 4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN mi sr.. Mi- r Marshall Rcpiblicaa . J. WITT, Mttor sad rnnsrtetor. MARSHALL MIMOCXL R appeare that the aafatt Ue) ier '"tMI Mill glU cut la. a The ratll bar ere all against th elastic sebool board. II hurt mora than the stiff kind. Daniel J. Bull fcu discovered that a cotton eonifr la fully aa explosive aa a bala of guncotton. Tha St Paul minister who defend tha saloon free lunch ought to have hla salary railed to a living lotcl. TM massaging or tha heart la no discovery of modern aurgcry. Dan Cupid baa practiced It for centuries. Tattl atalet that iho departa with only tho kindliest feeling toward Americana. Dound to touch ua aoma bow. It la not superstition that keep many of ua from walking under a lad der, but genuine respect for the law of gravitation. Mm. Ilaker, who declare that It la woman' duty to be beautiful, mar not hare noted that here every wom an docs ber duty. A Chicago professor dedarea that tha crying of a baby la tho sweetest rouslo In...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN TUI f 9 V 9 n a 1 1 n A BY K, HOUQII, AUTHOR OP Clttritkm, l$9$t CHAPTER XXIII Continual!. Now there cam upon the face ot h country faint acara where wheels kad cut Into the harrt aoll, thcio va- xani indices or travel not pointing all nno war, anil not cut deep, as waa tba royal highway of the catlto. but cross- Elng, tangling, aometlmea Mending Into main-traveled roada though more of ten straying aimlessly off over the prairie to end at the homestead of leome farmer. These new houica were dark and low and brown, with the ex Iceptlon that each few lnllea the travel ler might aee a email frame houae painted white. Hera and tKara over itho country were broken rowa ot little yllow, faded treee struggling up out lot the hard earth. Tba untiring Ifwheela of wlndmllla could bo eeen In tho town of Elllsvlllo the arcst Tho Land Offlco waa yet at Ellin. tiiio, ana mo ruin or settlers was con tinuous. Elllsvlllo had thirty hualneii If ta.t I.m. IIm... .1 - - . i vision om...

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. — 8 April 1904

aSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiaiaSSlasSaSSlarfrTTrj Friday, April?, 1W4. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN W"!' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. riVlJtJ .it,; rriJ.i .iwWl Ik ft- moth w.fwn.wB., m mt ...-.m. fciiimiif Terms: 11.00 per Year in Advamcb. J.J.WITT, Editor and Prop, Tlphon No. 9. Salinh Countv went Republl can but It was Saline county, III Thk entire Democratic city tick el waa elected In Marshall Tuesday, "Rooskvklt must be defeated" ia the but platform a prominent Democratic speaker conld find and be suggests Its adoption. U. S. Sknatok Stonk came back to Missouri to climb into the band wagon be hasn't decided ytt which one. He'll pick the win ner. Frank Farms vas elected to head the Crawford county delrga tlon to the state convention. And still Democrats talk of reforming the patty. Primary returns in Cooper county made the "machine" look like 30 cents. Kelly township gave loo to 3 In fnvcrof Folk, That's abont the way the Democratic party will look In November. Maryland has disfranchised her negroes. We ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN SWEET 8PRIN08. J. M. Bellamy accompauiid ly bit daughter, Mm. Chas. Nichols, returned Tuesday from a business trip to Warsaw, Mo. Mri. E. IS. Hogue, ol Kansas City, Is vUlting btr father, J. M Bellamy. Mrs.JAnthony Tborson, of Con cordia, la ipeodlog few dayawitb her parents, B. Voglesmeyer and wife. Mrs. Peare, ol California, Mo. vliited Mr. and Mra. J. K. Hocker over Sunday. Mra. Pearre ad dressed the.C W. B. M. at the Christian church Sunday afieruoou t 3.30 p. 111. Mr.Hocmann Is visiting his sis ter, Mrs. R. Sender. Mrs.Henry S. Smith and daugh ter, Miss Myrtle, of Uunkahurg, Mo., returned to their home Tues day, alter spending the winter In Btpaso, Texas. MIm Florence Ltnkford, of n ar Lexington, is visiting her slitter, Mrs. Chas. Hay Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Powell spentSunday in Concordia. Mrs.'.D. I,. Smith, of Odessa, Is visiting JamtsJR. Smith, south of town. C. M. and Dr. Julius Bredeholt nave been called home on account of the death of their fath...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

" ' ' - g. i (, .VIWBM I s ! Ill I f' - J Mti.. iutl. iHr: ball on W Ft Walking lulu. There is nothing emsrtor for walk hg or iravcllng wit than black and wlilt ahephcrd'a Urtn. It does not show weir or dust, and alwaya looka trim and neat. Thla llltte rait I) mid with a fall platted aklrt that clean the (round by aeveral .Inehea. It la laid In deep plalta that are atltched down little war 'rom tbo waist It la flnUhed at tho bottom with a deep hem. The Jacket la a ahort bo coat, with collar and cuffa of wblto broadcloth atrapped with halt Inch wldo banda of black velvet ribbon. There are thrco pockets on the coat nlmxl around with black velvet, and the Dape decorated with cloth covered buttoni. The onea which fatten the coat are very large, and havo black velrot ribbon on them In a crone de sign. Tho Jaunty air of thla coelumo la very striking, and It would bo a use- ful suit to any ono. Pretty Weddlnaa. Color effect Is greatly studied nowa days at wedding ceremonies, and the result...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN BABY mm Milk Crust Scalled Head and Eczema Iislantly Relieved & SptedtD Curt by Bills ill And gentle anointings with CUTICURA OINTMENT, purest and sweetest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. It means instant relief and refreshing sleep for tor tured, disfigured, itching, and burning babies, and rest for tired, fretted mothers, when all else fails. .M4 thrwfWt iU U, VW ft), II Itsf M 4 Chwtmw I'Nlwl TVlt, Va. H -t avi, 4atMfL K"a. ah a. U. Immsi. ImU. T harwe. a i Hilt, 1 A Mllltlti H-, IR (VmIm U" (Wad M Tla Mtn ! T0timw f Flag1 WABASH ST. LOUIS "WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE" M(.r LIN TO WOMLB'B rAim maim KNrmAMOK. Firs Dally Trains (ram Kansu Qty. Saortstt Lias. Ask Yoor Aeent lor Tickets Ovsr tie WABASH H. a SlIlr.LUH. Trsr. Pit. AssiL U 8. MoCLILArI. WML 1-Ha. A(l Kissis C1TT, Mo. The LANKFORD HUMANS Hirst Callir It 1i rot ton 114. int. -fbt flint ft iu puaiuvf if cut aim p rataoi alia and aot-a ahuuldra and tla awarwltlip . Aa jitr i!4lr iur iiisio. nriiv tv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 April 1904

' : MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, April 8, 1W4 WMTSC LOCAL NEWS X TIME VT TABLF. aso In the touthem part of the clt). 'If lj5s?l Mln fcopbla Jordan aod' nlrce, . LVK I I Nl I !oll I ! Uttr ... Sak7iiVIX kwltlfart. Ml.Umart KWIin. Vtlai tit t Wan II l V 110" . " IIJMaa, II l " II Ji lt tr'M 4ri i ii ' tat" ooisn kakt LKAVtVI Koll NaW M NlB Haakkarn . . Il.tttani Ijnpm . . . Ml.Uotiarj ll.lt " ' " - kltlM-lrt II SS" " . makkiialu. . iiJA" i" tut ii.wrw OUii tut i.h aiattr uoi- tjt" " iir Ollllaa, utl" -t.W" HtpoAt Piimmlailnn Frantr Watann WtEQis PV- I In making plant for a compteto tewer So In t he touthem pr of the clt) . Mid Sophia Jordan sod' nlrce, Mlat J nl I a Jordan, are tpendlng a few dayt with frlrndt at Cambridge. Ha'yes Si Knssoll, clothiers, have a fine, big stock of nuw goods. See tliain. A, C. Ilruce, the telegraph operator at the Mo. Pacific atatioo, li apend. Ing a few dayt at hU hoe In Cooper count;. Tbo loan; frlendt of Andy Iloten ban lu thlt city will be.torry to kn...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . . ' - Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE CCttJNTY, MISSOURI, APRIL 16, 1904. No. 10. . Subscription to this Paper, Includes The Kaiasaa City Weekly Journal 800KlllfD RuBdta Kneel vert a Second Blow. ' In naval battle oft Tort Arthur ' between the Russian and Japanese ' fleets, Wedneiday, ji Kuvilan war ; vend with 8oo ntoard was sunk and nearly alt killed or drowned. Explosion on Battluxliip Mittnoitri. at target practice Wed an accidental explosion on the new battleship at Ptnsacjla, Florida, and twenty-nine marines killed and many aotc wounded. The ship was considerably damaged. While -nesilay, occurred .Mlisouri SALINE JjONOitfD At tho Sovonth I)irstrlet Ho- pttMicnn Coiigrorifloiiiil Coiivotitlott. The llepubllcans ut the Seventh Ulitrlct met In Sedalla Thursday, April "lb. Judge J. 11. Hunter, ol iMarahall, was electu. . temporary chairman of the convention and u 'later made the permanent chairman; M'.T. Ka.ley, ol Polk, was elected secretary. There was no delay...

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. — 15 April 1904

- "iiifi - -fr-v - msr- f ' Marslall Republican J. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor, KARSIiALL, MIBSOCHt A 1 WB V ifnl nff until libnwnw all lb Bean things that you are Umptad 10 or uxjay. . Th taw may not servo to make a man good, out It can max him fur nith a good lampla. D careful about liking your lady frlcnda whether they remember too earthquake of Auguit, 1181. Half tho aaparagut crop of Califor nia has been ruined, Perhaps beef will go up some moro from sympathy. Mr. Clechowlcx has left Vladivostok for Alden Station, l'. Ho sounds as If he'd feel moro at home In tho for mer place. Tho man who Intends to roll to tho north polo ma bo fair) classed as the highest roller In tho butlnoss If ha gota there. A Jealous Chicago man Is going to Kuropo this summer Just for Iho sake of getting as far as possible from tho BL Louis cxpoiltlon. Dob Fltiilmmont Is to run a cafe on tho Tlko at tho SL Isinls fair, and there Is no doubt that Hob's stomach punches ore the resl thing. A now edition ...

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. — 15 April 1904

I MARSHALL REPUBLICAN J Utfi 41 Art Enamel. Beautiful product of tho cnamctcr' art plsy no Important a part In our surroundings of today that wo wonder how. wo over did without thorn. Homo of tho button on tho velvet coatees, with their panto goma Introduced Into the tnldit of tho enamel, aro vcrltablo work of art, and tho amall Jeweled charm, aa alio tho bonbonnleres, all enameled In vivid color, aro qulto a rovclatlon. Homo of thoso represent automobile and aro filled with cboco Into, or, If Intended to hang on chain, sometime with acent, Thl kind of Jewelry lend ltelf o well to tho vctqur upline, which ran tie draped llko satin. In Pari velvet carrlu nil before It, almplr tnado In tho perfection of tyle, which ucccssl tate not only n itood dressmskor, hut handsome ornament. Youth' Overall. Orrra'lla aro cntlal to tho neat- re of tho youth who I engaged In any manual purult, whether for plea' urn or profit, Jiial n apron aro c' aentlal to that of tho girl who e ra ti loy lhcmelra ...

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. — 15 April 1904

It. , .nVi.r:iJ Friday, April 1, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN td nl :holl f inettl sL, t 1 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ttttttttttiiitttttiottOttttOotiK rWtoh4 artiy rrWai tat atena' II Ik ial iMm at Mrtlnn.ltwwilMllltif. Tkrms: 11.00 1T.H Year in Advance. J. J. WITT, Editor nd Prop. Telephone No. 9. I SKIRT SALE! ..-. ; 1 HUNDttKfcs of Democratic pa pers In Missouri le now busy very-busy eatiug crow I HiooinsviLLK elected Din Hoe (er, Republican. mayor last week on the citizen ticket. We've known Mr. Hoelcr many yean and know lllaglusvllle has made no mistake. TltK Democratic county prlma ties will be beld to morrow to se- lect county officers. The candl dates are hard at work fixing, tbi Ir last rones. An Interesting time Is expected. TllK Republicans of this con DtcMionat dlsttlct have .endorsed T. H. Bolhwell for cowrnor. We will try to recure an expression from Mr. Uothwell regarding his policy for Mlswurl If elected and we believe he will be elected. HAVINU ndopteil tnc policy o! stippor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Frirlny, April IB, 1 (). . - 1 outtj 9le8 SLATER Mr. and Mia. Andrew Reld, ac companied by Mm. Tho. Hynd mno, of Roodbouse, Illinois, who wai returning home from a visit here, ltft Monday for Alton, III., to spend several weeks with rela tives and old friends. Dr. D. W. Reld has greatly im proved the appearance of his house and yard by removing the fence. Mr. and Mis. C. B. Bruce vacat ed Mits Bettle Qulsenberry's house expecting Miss Bettle home from the south this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce will occupy a room at Mrs. lid. Barksdale's. Mrs. B. F. Wilson, of Tacoma, Washington, who spent last week the guest of Mrs. M. Manti, left Mond y for Bowling Green. Miss Delta Wilson came this week from Joplln, where she has been visiting several weeks. Mrs. Wilson and daughter will spend April and May in Missouri, and of. ter visiting the fair In St. Louis will return to Tacoma. Mrs. J. L. Marquette and child ren left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Mary...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 April 1904

3? (mil 1 r V ' 'fK THE GIRL AT THeI "t i HALFWAY HOUSE! mi'J ' i ' ' "ouo"- AUTiioa or- Tim a-ronv or int cowaov "T telfjr ' ClttrltAltd.. If I. ir D. AttHltm M CVaf.ar,, Htm Vfk J tchfv 0 " 'V1 " "V"' ''ir..ft laaet ifl CHAPTER XXV. Centlnuee. The tuo, came on.rallantly tripped birr, knowing what u to bo. Still louder roto,tho requiem cf tho wlie. Tho iky amlled on. There was so lokon to slrlka with alarm theto hu man belniEf, their faculties dulled by a thousand, year of differentiation. To th north there appeared a Ion, black cloud, hangjng low at the trail of tome far-off locomollre, new upon the land. All at once the cloud aprang up, unfurling tattered battle flagt, and hurry Inic to meet the inn upon the scnllh battle ground. Once the. wind pelted the ilant mow Uirough tho Intcntlcca of the grasica upon tho furry hack of tho cowering coyote. Now thejr found a now aport In driving the Icy powder throne!) tho cracka of tho looo board ahanty, upon the stripped back of the mother...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 April 1904

;'iai LMklut fir a Homil fMt tl.a th farming land of Western Canada tr wftfUfH to mmwM a repulittott of 5.000. (K4 ;ir immitrtuon i or ib put ait aan m bata phDoutfiL FREE HMitlui Landi tad caula U4 vn iraat atona) ttadr for taai kat MffcaU, fkhonla, lUlltvnft ftnd all othaf eoaaiiiooa niaka iTtrn CmU mm aaV ui a pot for tha acttlar. WrltloS(HM-nJtlmmlmtlon.OMiwn.Cm da, for drtfii Alia, and other iafotnatkta y(iinDinofirMi.aa(iitnuovatnmnAftnl-a civ u'tv NUtb bUMt FREE to WOMEN A Una Trial Box and book of ln structlons absolutely Free and Post paJ4, enough to prove the value of PaxtbieToilet Antiseptic MMtlMHil ml tar HMkf Ilea Id MtlMMk CVftUUlMf akahal wktrk Irritate MIsnS mkcM, bat m clMMKif pm. nw. Tke ceaiaafe I ntry Mi Maes see Aatleeptfc XI Ikui bHU lxr r forthaeliae ejor KM la Ik tanlljr Mi deee Mor gee tkanany anilwptk Bftparattaa 0 CM knjr. The lormuU of noted Boiton phydcltn, and uxd with ttal hkuu u a Vstjnol Wash. fofUucorrhou. PtKkCaUrrh, faul Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 April 1904

P5F HKtvyr Wfy f-jJf "MARSHALL REPUBLICAN I OS, frldy, April 15,'JM4: CHICAlGQLTON RV. TIMCTTABli: IMJIWI WIT LIAVI1 Nor Mod II I ! IS 4JUII4a -UTaaa l" ,, It Olart Ila Utl) lit". ti..il,ii- )h" HorVMV , .10- . , lm" '."llI.U , ." ,' III" -k.ii.j. . 1 1 n " 'MlUmrl .U" III." ajlaiaio. .O ' II 7 1 11" ' 01)1X1 EAT LIAVK Sill N.M MolD J N. It VJlactfeara , 'll.OAoM t.7rm i Ml.U..r.i I 11.14" Mil I . a.faW.w.1 II. I II " ... HAIU-llAl.t, J IJ" I lm, II.M m -Strtoa , ll.lt II " BlUUr illl- IJO " "llMa Ollllaai ' It II ' I '" " ilojaoa alga, I Of llaaa laaaanfara, irSo.f04l, tiMiaoaa It llu. oan bo Halt..! o1t fairtho. Cot;tMitltum .a la lo'oll l-raiulaafct tjlntalii 1 ta fallail lala. I'aaala a.l Mmim. O. S.IUWIUOHt. J.at. 'Missouri Pacific Time Card. IIOINll KAIlT (0. tt--aaa.aar. l-af..M.raha1l t10aa No llt-Ucal t.lM. I.at. Mai.kall It.lOaai liOlKll HVT. TU U-1'a.-a..r, l.ai.a Marihall 3 II a No III- lKal Mtt. l.ai.a Malarial! . j.aj ItoTaMo fal tuintaaat aa a MalU Ii-bJ at I 1 1 ai, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. XIII MARSHALL, HA LINK COUNTY, .MKSSOUKI, AIML IIMM. No. 11. Subscription to this Paper, $1.00 P.:r Aiitmnt i.v Advanck, Includes The Kansas Oitv Weekly Journal CONVENTIONS CALLED l!i')ii'.-ciilntliin for ltopulili ciin Stiitu iiuil .linlicinl OntlutHngs Fixed. Th (illlclnl vnll for llii III publican alalo nninlnutliti; and judicial conven tlona lm In imi tucpuri il ' by A. r. Shrlncr. aeereiiiry nf lie .talc com mittee otTioiAi. a i.i. von Tin: iiiu'Cumcan hTATi: NOMI.VATINU AN'IUI'IIIWAI, i ONVItXTION!. "A delegate convention of the He publican clectni a nl Ml.'imri la here by called to Intel at St. J i Cti, Mo., Jul; 27. llmi, nt In o'clock it. in'., fur the iiirpiiMi nl ho'nlnullng Hepubll cn lau.lldatea fur Ihe follow luir -late olllcera, tu lm voted fur nl tin- general NoveiiileT election. 1001, tiilt! (loir ernnr lieutenant governor, 'aecictary of nate, atatc liea-urer. tuto audi tor attorney general. on ' 1 ) rail road unil wmchou-e cnmililaaloncr,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN 4' i 1 Marshall Republican 7. J. WITT, Editor end Proprietor, MARSHALL, MI880UW. It'i luck country tbt hu iblpt to icll when two other countrlei (o to war. The flnt thing tha Brltlth will do Iftcr the cipturo Lhassa will be to drop lbs "h" out of It Never mind, Colombia! It'i batter and cheaper to Ion In a French court than In a foolish war. Admiral Togo's wlfo teems to have a clear cats against blin aa far aa hli staying out nlghta It concerned. Suppose the Iluaalana wero to use cameli for transportation. Would the army thereby be led to hump lueltt Col, lounghuaband'a column hat Juit done n lltlto clvllltlng In Thibet, the rctult being a brlik demand for comm. , flic and dried flih, waihed down with coploua draught of glory, form tho regular latlona of the Jspanes armr etlcld. Arlroiin, the new stale, will be Terr hew, but Its capital, Santn Fe, will tie old enough in even thluga up. It wa founded In IMS. Th lato Ilurtnn N. Harrison waa distinguished New York l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 April 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN NOTHING TO BE DONE DEMOCRATS BEE LITTLE PROS PECT FOR OETTINQ VOTES. Entlr Stsslon of Congress Hit Been a Republican Vote-Making Time and the Oppotltlon Is Naturally Willing to See an Early Finish, II Is said that the Democrats are as nnxlou at the Republican to get fin early adjournment of congress. Tho Republican havo liven flRtirlnB cn closing tho session about April 30, nrnl at they oro likely to havo all tho big money bills of the government out of the way by that time, they can probably aeromptlah this without det riment to tho public service. True, the date would bo earlier than any previous adjournment In a presiden tial year for about halt a century, but the vmrk Is well advanced and tba leaders of Iho party aro nnxtout to get homo to do sumo preliminary campaign work. Several reasons aro responsible for ho Democrats' willingness that the session should end long beforo Iho national convention lime. They tee that nothing which will bo done In congress wil...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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