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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST 5, 1900. NO. 26. PURCELL ON TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE, The Young Man Who Shot Charles C. Bailey Upon March KMi at Malta Bend Tried for Murder in the First Degree. CROWDED COURT ROOM. Successive Witnesses for the State Relate the Leading Up to and Concerning the Shoot' ing.The State Hat a Strong Case. On Wednesday morning, in the critninnl court of Saline comity, when the rase of the State against Thomas Q. Purcell, churned with the murder of Charles C. Bailey, was called, the court-room was crowded to its full est capacity. Men sat in the windows, stood in the aisles and every inch of vacant space seemed crowded with eager and curious listen ers. The scene was a true index of the interest that is being taken in the trial all over Saline, and the number o( tho.se from that section which was the scene of the tragedy was so predominant, that no doubt could remain in the minds of any that the shooting had thor oughly arous...

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. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mail ON TRIAL FOR HIS tiff. II'ONTINI'KII KHOM KlHHT I'AIIK). and tlic 1xy was'nt doing any thing to him. Witness corroborated the testimony of Carl Wilson, so far as lie overheard, as to what passed the evening he and Bailey Mood on Martin's corner. The witness though young in years proved a good one; subjected to a cross fire of netting queries, his evidence was straightforward and consistent. l'KYTON JKTKK. Witness called, stated his acquaintance with Purcell and Bailey dating from ten years ago when he came to Malta Bend. He was the first witness called upon who had seen the shooting. Asked to state what part of the shooting he saw, witness stated that as he was coming down street, he saw I'urcell draw revolver, and cried to Bailey: "Look out Jim, lookout! For God's sake, look out." Bailey was coming north when witness saw him at time he yelled his warning cry, whereupon he turned. At this point, Purcell was drawing his revolver and fired almost instantly, u...

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. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. see the shooting, hut met Bailey on east side of Palmer block going north just afterwards. Saw the revolver Bailey carried, as it watt handed to him by Huitvy. Contained only t toad; thought it was a 22 calibre, and had been preserved by witness as handed to him. Witness pro (html revolver in court, which was examined by attorney for defense. Witness cross-examined as to how he had preserved it. Had placed it in the .safe; no one had tampered with it, and only a few men had examined it. Witness stated he had contributed no money to prosecute the cise.aud acknowledged in an swer to queries that he had talked to several Malta Bend coplc alout the case. Denied that he was under pledge or obligation to help prosecute the case. Stated that he had signed protest against rejKirt of city papers, and thought the same to have been written by Mr. Kapp. Witness .stated that he had talked to a Stephenson in Kansas City, but denied that he hud attempted to keep him from being...

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. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Wife of John O'Day Attempts Suicide in St. Louis. Thought to be Dc ranged By Her Husband. St Louis, Mo., July 30. Mrs. Alice O'Day. wife of John O'Day, of Springfield. Mo., former general manager of the Frisco railroad, prominent Democratic politician and millionaire, attempted .suicide in the suite of rooms occupied by herself and husband this afternoon while her husband mid their mutual friend, K. V. Hnnister, n lawyer, were in the adjoining room. The motive for the attempt is not known though friends of the family assign various reasons. Colonel O'Day registered at the I.indell hotel this morning at 8 o'clock. He ate bteakfast, and an hour later return ed with his wife and registered her name under his own. About 2 o'clock in the afternoon the bell Iniy rushed to the clerk and said that thire was trouble in No. 10. A policeman was summoned. According to his story Mrs. O'Dav and her husband and Han ister were assembled together, and were dis...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PraSte For Paraons. The republican congressional committee liiis named II. II. Inr sons as llie nominee for congress from tin's district to take the place of Leslie Orear, the regular noin inee who recently died. Mr. Par sons lives in Marshall, ns did Mr. Orear mid as does his opponent. Mr. Cooney, which looks as though Marshall has a uiunnnolv of con grcssional material, even though it is the Itoastcd home of the feeble minded. Mr. Parsons is a nice young lawyer, who was liorn in Sweet Springs in 1872 and after wards graduated with honor at Michigan University. He is pres- ....A ..... f .t a rm supervisor 01 me census 01 tins district. He is said to he of good stock, Ins ancestors being Virgin, inns and southerners in blood and sympathies. He is also described ns a fair Inwyer and a good speak er. It's a pity that m clever a young man should go wrong, but be has a long life before him and he can stand what is nbe.id of him. Columbia Herald (l)em.) Harry II Pars...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIEF. Wright' I tin? place to buy your hI)OC. iVJt Unity Huggy (or mile at thl olllcc. for M.'fio. -' A good cornet rover for in runt tit Wright'. iV-1 Itnliy Huggy for ulc nt thin otllco for J.'. --tf Kolltl black Inwn nt 10 ami trier lit nt Wright'. 2.V2t It. S. Now lln. of Almn. wn In Mar xlitill Saturday. Ml Mltinlt Hrnwn It vNltlng friend In Slater. Ham Huy. of Hlackburn. wu In our city Saturday. Thoma Cnrvlllc left Saturday for n trip to St. Lonl. Ilev. Mr. Fotcr, of Fulrvllle. win In our town Sut unlay. MN Mm- Ullpln Ik iiiuklnir u vNIt to friend In Onlrnlin. Ml Sadie IVI.e left Saturday for, , , ( ft,m.,v of ,, a vllt to Slater friend. ;(1(V( ,m( mw ((f S , vl,nf He urc yon llnd the (W) right i(,.,.ntB h-rc place to huy your hoe. 'ie-t Mr. and Mr. Han-Nun, of C'rctchcr. were In shopping Suturdav. Marh Field and wife, of Nnpton. were In town hopplng Friday. (S. K. Crave, of Slater, wa a vi llor to the eouuty oat Saturday. For thli-Nt quencher, tr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. For n clean smooth shave hy a II rut , class burlier, who bus hhiiI year at mic iiiiihi!, cull on user uiincxianii formerly occupied by It llro'n. 24-lm C. 11. lluckcr who hns Is-cn with M. K. Farmer for some your. IcftThiirx diiy for llutU', Miintiina, where he linn accepted u position with Henncxsy ft 'o. H. I), lloiix. wife inn xon, Shcl tun. rrturiicil Friday night from a week's vIkK utlllk Lick. They nisi HM'iit a day or two nt rVdnlla while awiiy. Itcv. K. V.. Morrlii returned Friday from Hutcx county, where lie attended tin Sinidiiy Hclioitl Convention. He occupied III iulill on Sunday ax llNllill. Wanted- Hy 1st of September, u good white girl for gcnerul house work: no uuxhlug or Ironing. Apply at New York Store. Mrx. Km 1 1 In Muycr. 20-S I William Putsch. .lr.. of the Demo crat-Nowx, huvlnir luvcplcd a position In Wyoming, left Thursday for hlx new himie. where we wltdi him every success. A party couxlxtltig of Mrs. I. II. I'Vanklln. Mrx. Iovorette (....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Epilepsy -0onvulilou-8paiu. Ilpllcpn.v In Irritation mill dehllity of the iutvo ecntren. It occurs In par nxv.xinn. with uminlly uncertain Inter vuln between. FriMiientl.v, the nttueks conn' niuldenly: lit other tlmcn. they arc preceded by Indlnpn-ltlon, vertigo uml nliipnr. Injiirloim pructlcen. ex eemlvc ovcr-indulcnrc In nil things harmful rcniilt In Kpllt'iny. Silent or N lli t Kpllepn.v I- uminlly hroujht on by an overloaded nlomuch. lilt. A. V. llANI'.S Sl'Kl'Ir'll' N'KltVINK I- a powerful nerve ntimiiluiit, attniM the Itlooil from the liraln. ami lioldn the nerve ccntrcn In check. u npllntn niipnort ii broken lltnli. Chunicil to -nil Individual cu-e.n on tipplleiitlim lo Hit. A. V. Hanks MiiimcinkI'd.. St. .lo-eph. Mo. Wh it n Sigh Means. Sluhlii.' I- hut another name for o.yi.cii nturvuiloii. Thecauc of ilih u! If mot fiviiicntly worry. An In terval of M'veral nccnmln often follows moment of mental dln(iilitmlc, ilur Inir which time the client waIN remai...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A DIVINITY STUDENT ROOTED. IIu M.idn tbo llkake of Altiug Hi Views Befor.i a Tramp. "One dity we wore traveling across tilt' pllllllS III the CnllOOsC (if II freight train," writes I lev. Cyrus Towtiscnd llritdy of his exiciionoo ns "A Mis slnnury In ihu f Iifnt West," In tin August Ladles' I Ionic .lout-mil. "A young illvlnlty student wns wllli iih. lit- wus him of tin' unililtliitiM kind of illvlnlty students wim wreck ti piui-di or two when thov iK'gln. mill llnully ilrllt iiiiin tin1 ooolosliistloiil bargain counter, lie wnsrendy to argue about untitling with unylioily. A grcnsy, dilapidated-looking trump emtio Into the cuhooo lit one of tlm stations nl tlic end of it division, unil presently engaged In n heated discussion with the young thcologiie on tin disadvant age of education, lie maintained the IlllllllllltlVf tllllt lilt1 It'SS It lllllll kllCW, unil tlic loss I'lliii'iitlon hit liml, tin' happier In wits with so niiii'li nk 111 unil udroltiio.-.s. u...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

REPUBLICAN. ALEXANDER JE8TER FREE. JetUr Will Return to li Ihm is Okla homa -How the Jury Voted. New Loudon, Atijr. 2. Alexander .Irrtor war iioiiulttcd lart night of the murder of UlllHTt W. (Sate, which ho war charged with having committed nuut- the town of Middle Orovo, Mo., twciitv-iilne carn ago. The jury re turned It verdict at u iiiartor to nine o'clock. It had Itccti out oljilit and thrrc-qiinrlerr hour. Tin twelve Jnioi-H reached an agree ment on the xlxth ballot. Un the Hi nt three bullotr the vote wan nine to three for acquittal. The next two timer It war ten to two for acquittal. At a iuurter to nine o'clock while the i-cIIj.'Ioiih folk of the little town were at prayer meeting, the, 'tceiillur toner of the old cnurthourc tell rang out on the night air and the town knew that there war a verdict. The iieoplo rurhed to the old rock court iioiixc. .Indue Khy nut In the chair. The Jury Hied rlowly in, oroortod hy two guurdr. They roatod thciurolvor and the foreman, .losoph l...

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. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. I'lriu'lilnir next Huniln.v. The farmer arc plowing for wheat. Henry Mailers visited In Corder Huniln.v. Mis Kiln lltiuers Is down from Kan hum City. Cameron Orr returned Friday morn I lit; lo Park College. Henry Haucr visited relative In Corder from Mntunlay till Tuesday. Mis Kllxn Ptilkcrson In visiting her friend Miss (Inrrct In Henry county. Mis Kttu Under, of m ar Hcrndon, Ih visiting nt Wm. MeCk'Hand thin week. Herbert Ktinsbcrtrct' ami ulster. Mr l)r Mclo'iiniin, wci-e in Marshall on Tliurmluy. .1 I' t-'ulkcrsun left Tuesday for Kx rt'lnlor Springs, when lie will May a slinrt lime. Frank Hatter wa up from Nelson mid HHMit Suturdny and Sunday vis iting relative. Mr. I.nkln, of (.oiigwnnd, I'ettlsCo. Im vlnlllnir IiIh daughter, Mr. Alvis Vawter, who Ik (uiu nick. Mr .luhn and Misses Smith and Standard, of Shackelford, attended service here Sunday morning. Ml Kllu Ituimhcrgcr returned on Wedncsduy evening from a vIhII to Imt aunt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Promotion for J. 1. Frawlcy. It is reported from Denver, Col., and Omaha, Neb., that .1. B. Fraw lcy, general agent of the Union Pa cific Railroad in this city, is slated to Mtccccd S. II. Hutchinson ns general passenger agent of the road. Mr. Hutchinson retires to accept a Ksitiou with the North western Railroad. The promotion o( Mr. Frawlcy is well merited and il it comes to jwss, the Union Pa cific Railroad will make hundreds of new friends in Kansas City. Mr. Frawlcy has leen with the Union Pacific for many years. For the last six years he has been in charge of the passenger department in tnc Southwest territory. It is hoped that with the ad vancement of Mr. Frawlcy. the Union Pacific Railroad will recog nize the importance of Kansas City us a commercial and transportation center by locating the headquarters ol the assistant general passenger agent here. Kansas City is the largest city on the Union Pacific system and there are many good reasons why the impor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST -3, 1900. NO. 26. MARSHALL FREE STREET FAIR Marshall, Saline County, Missouri, ONE : WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1900. Liberal Premiums on Fine Horses; Cat- tie, and Farm Products. 1 v EVERYBODY INVITED TO COMPETE NO ENTRANCE, FEES WILL BE-CHARGED. . jPreilurri List is as cial prsariaei, $l,000policy for oae jms iaiMar shall tm MmmU Iamvaace Co., X. D.hlartia, Secy., Marshall,, Ma., raise $lfctt; 2ad ; $5.00by Aseeciatiea. SADDLE HORSES. -35 Hem, asare t gMing, aay age; ipsdal fcwii Ty Potter Saddlery aad Carriage Co.; 1st $10.00 saddle; 2ad pres., 9&60 aridle. ' HARNESS STALLIONS. 36 Haraess stalliea, aay age ' 5M 2 GENTLEUA1TS TURNOUT. . 37 Everythiag to be c sidered; aad tobesbewaby " the owaer ' 5 00 2 St FARMER'S TURNOUT. 38 Best faraer't taraeat, coa sisHagof fanarwagea, . t teaai aad harases; everythiag te becoeeidcred; i prtanam, a geaaiac New Departare caltivater, by the "P. H. Rem Iat...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

totftPrmdeat. 4 , ' ' Premiums will sot be awarded to barren aaimak ia breeding classes. All votes shall be by ballot. The animal or article receiviag the majority of votes cast, shall be ea titled to the premiam. ' Each paeaaam akall he vote for separately: ; All awarding committees shall oswoistof the judges chosea by the Executive Committee. Members of aay awarding committee shall aot, ia aaj wise, coa , salt uatil awards are made. . y As appeals fro awards of committees are aot allowed, the committe will see the aecessity of care is rendering the decistea. Thej are requested to pass, aot oaly oa the sserits of the article or aaiaul. ia competitioa, bat also oa its soundness, age. -etc r Whea ao aaiiaal is showa in a class to which it does aot beloa'g, the coamitte shall so declare, and the superintendent shall dismiss , the animal from the rings stating1 the reasons therefor. The age of a horse shall be computed from the first day of the year ia which it was foaled. ' A premium ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

'4 ;r. v,. . a. BSE t2: MMlpiMH : i : 2 oa i oa TialiaMfmi ' " ' m rtrtawia.-' '3. be allow to tHH CARPETS AND RUGS. 300 raf carpet, 5 yavaa r i to. QUILTS AND BEDSPREADS. 302 aBUto emit : 303 wersteaeailt. 34 pawerkoUt;ca)ke 2of pat workoA sf 2o; csaey ejWst al of aft- mt laesekaQ Proa1 act Co.. F- A. sg -Mwjwt;MMggt laBrtaM, , $ tt " 3 0)t KtOTllJBD W01K. i9 aairaMttoaaak, BMikait : 21 yk kote; whIm, h 4 kait . dOCUBT WOBK. 211 212 kfaafsaicta. '214' i ' T fill iati il l U Ym r 2 ft 1OT V- Arliclii aatoyai iai da awtt ac nttrrf ay tkc pcadacar :ifbWMAKK SPJKSAL.PKElfiniC. ray S&iBA- ,? ' - it e ''lasT-ii'. f ' - r it ft. .S 00 'imiB TaVlmnors: akd o. w. jobnston 215 oattaa'iM 216 sabaillaw. 217 fit DRAWN' WOKK. far a tJ W $1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 . 1 00 1 00 i bo 50 50 r SO 50 . 50 SO SO - J - i 1 00. 1 00 21S kuAarclucf; aaadal Caafar, aaat aMc natfiato, Jtf 1W 'Iaiptrkl Crawa yarfaait. 2f 'UUcclaCh . ir-I '. : 220 aafkiaa, att of ai : 221 itac aaard ar iraanr'acmrf . . 222 caate...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 August 1900

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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. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. AUGUST 10. 1900. NO. 27. THIRTY YEARS SENTENCE. Thomas Q. Puree 11 Coavicted of Murder la Secoad Degree. VeNki ofjory Returaad Wedaesday Moraiag. At 9:15 Tuesday night, the caw of the state against Thomas Q. Purccll, (or murder in ist degree, watt turned over to the jury, who re tired to their room, with Deputy Ed Haynie in charge. Court did not adjourn until ten o'clock, when the jury reported that it had not yet concluded a verdict. It in known that their finding waa made prior to 1 1 :jo that night. But not until 8:30 on Wednesday morning, did court convene and the jury report its ver dict, which was handed to the clerk and read aloud aa follows: uWe the jury find the de fendant guilty of murder in and degree, and assess his punishment at thirty years in the penitentiary. J. W. Shkmwkm., Foreman " The defendant's attorney asked that the jury be polled and each member responded his assent to the judgment as announced...

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. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Filtered at tho Postotliee In Murshull, Mo., hh socoml-oUss matU'r. TKKMS: 11.00 PKH YF.AR IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKST ALL, MISSOURI, AUGUST IO, IOOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President WILLIAM MdKINLIJV. Fop Vleo-IYcslrtrnt "TF.IiDY" UOOSF.VF.LT. 8TATK. Fop (Sovernop. josf.pii fijohv. Fop Lieutenant (Jovcrttor, F. F. A LI. F.N. Fop Secretary of State, V. L. IUUTF.ttFIF.LII. Fop State Treusiirop, V. S. FLF.MING. For Aiulltor. V. F. HLOF.HAU.M. Fop Attorney (eneral, H. I'. O'FALLO.V. Fop Itullrowl CoinmlsHlonop, C. C. CUOUSK. CONCESSIONAL. Fop Congress. II. II. PAKSOKH. SENATORIAL. Fop State Senator, M. T. CHASTAIN. The attention of the Republicans of Saline county in called to the order for township mass conventions upon Aug. nth to elect delegates to the county convention, which meets in Marshall Aug. ifth. "I was a Democrat and a bolter in i.Soi and as the situation has not chuuged, I am a Democrat and and lxlter s...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE TRIAL OF THOMAS PURCELL The Evidence and Arguments o! the Attorneys Upon Which the Jury Found the Defendant Guilty of Murder in Second Degrees-Continued from Issue of August 3rd. !m'KNIANT'.S TKSTIMONV. Thomas Q. Purcell stated he was 21 years old the last day of last March and has lived in Mnlta Bend nil his life and had known Charles C. Bailey ten or twelve years. Stated he was living nt Malta Bend on the 10th day of March last, and CharltM C. Bailey was also living there at the same time, he himself heiiiK engaged in the newspaper business at that time with his father. He said I saw Jim on the street on the 9th day of March, 1900. I started home to supier and on the bank cor ner I crossed over to Jeter's store; I saw Jim standing up by the post on the west side of it. I walked up and little Sammie Johnson was up there and he hnd dropped a penny; I put my foot on it and picked him up and swung him around and put him back on his feet and went to get the pen...

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. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISS C.KACIK HARRISON. Miss Gracie Harrison of Kansas Cily. mov ed to Malta Bend seven years ago, gave Iter age at 15 years and stated that she lived in Malta Bend prior to 3rd day of March. Wit ness stated she liml heard of no trouble nor words between Jim and Tom. Witness denied that she had ever heard either one talk to the other. Following, witness narrated that when she was playing banjo one dny, she had played Tom Purcell's favorite piece, Bailey said not to play it as he would rather put n bullet through him, and similar words on the even ing they moved to Kansas City. Witness testified thnt officer had been sent for five or six times, when Bailey was in the restaurant abusing I'urcell. On cross examination, 'witness stated she had corrcstxmded with I'urcell and had talked to him at jail with no one present. Stated that her mother was present on day, she played banjo and when offering to play Tom's favorite piece said Bailey said: "For God's sake don't pl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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