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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Bailey followed him from (lie office, Ixith an Kry. Daniel Saylor of Malta Bend called to the stand, hut his evidence was thrown out by objection of state's attorneys, sustained by court. J. T. LINK. J. T. Line, hardware merchant of Malta Ueud, stated the reputation of Tom Purcell was good. Witness stated he thought he wrs the only dealer handling Peters' cartridges; never ttid hear of Tom l'urccll drawing re volver on Keith in restaurant Witness de nied that he had heard that Tom l'urccll had been taken home from a church social, drunk, niter a struggle, by his father and police. Denied that he had ever heard l'urccll drew a shotgun on young Story while on the creek. II. II. IIKICCS II. II. Briggs, living soutli-wcst of Malta Ueud, had known Pureed for a long time, nf firmed his general reputation to have been good up to the time of the shooting. Said he lived 4'j miles from Malta Heud and dur ing past year had been in that town about once a month. Mad never he...

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. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. was bad. On cross-examination, witness acknowluig cil he scratched several names from first jury selected by him; denied that this was done after talking to certain Malta Hend men. Had heard so frequently concerning Mrs. Harri son's restaurant that he didn't remember who made the remaiks. Witness repeated his testimony that the reputation ol Thos. Pur cell had been bad. I.HOl'OLD MOKITZ. I,coKld Moritz owns farm one mite south of Malta Hcud and rents one west of town, testified to having known Mrs. Annie Harri son for .several years, and that her general reputation for "chastity and virtue" was bad, and that her daughter's reputation was also bad. (Questioned concerning general rep utation of Thomas O.. I'urcell prior to killing, stated it was bad. On cross examination, was asked where he was Saturday night, stat ed that he wa4 at Malta (tend, but did not remember talking to Mr. Franklin that night. Witness testified to having heatd last winter about some troubl...

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. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. when there was a fuss over in front of Shep herd's. Never Intel seen Bailey making any (listurlmncc around on outside, pull Percy's nose or Inve any trouble with Mrs Harrison. After this testimony, the state closed its case and the defense Ix'gan its evidence in re buttal, James Schooley being first called to the stand. JA.MKS SOHOOt.KV. Jnnies Schooley, acquainted with Mrs. Har rison atid daughter, said their reputation was good as far as be knew. Witness stated that he had hoard since she left, that she was in a delicate condition, and that he had heard b id reMrls about Mrs. Harrison and daughter af ter they had left. Stated that before, he hnd not; was not in Malta Fiend (torn August to January, iHyy. J. T. LINK. J. T. Line, knew the reputation of Mrs. Harrison and daughter to le good so far as he knew; had known them for five years MKS. U?CV IIKAVKK. Mrs Lucy Heaver knew the reputation of Mrs. Harrison and daughter to be good, and had never hcatd niiy remar...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Olieap Ratus Via Wabuli National Kiivaruimvnt of the (iraiul Armv of tin" Kopubllo. Cliicau-o, 111.. August "Jilli to Septemlier 1st. 1IHJ0. ( uo fare for the round-trip Ticket on alc August 2h to Ll'tli inclusive: return limit Soptcinlicr Int. hy deposit Soptemlior With, Speelul rales to t'oloratlo. I'tali and Ml nek Hills District point: Ticket- on sale August 1st, 7th and 21st at t atc of out faro plus ft! for round trip: limited to (Vtolx-r IMst for return. Farmer' National Conirross, Colo rado Springs. Colo.. Aujrt 21st tolllst. One fare for the round-trip plus fcl.no. Tickets on sale August iMli and IHth: llnal return limit SeptemlKr.'ld, 1INNI. Illennitil Conclave Knights of lyth las. Detroit, Mich.. August :27th to SeptemlKM' 1st. IIHNl, One fare pint .Ml cents fur the round trip. IIOMr.sr.KKKIIS' r.(THSIONH. On AtiLMi-l Till and 21st. Hum, the Wahash will sell hoim-seekers' e.xour slou tickets at rate of one fare plus U for the round trip to points In A...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Hatty Muggy for nlv ul thin olllce for I4.AH. 24-tf lliiliy Muggy for mile nt thin olllce fortl.Ao. 24-tf. Mini Kthcl Sharp In vlnltltig friend in (Milium. Ail Hiilt patterns lit reduced price at KriiuiinclV. 2tt-tf Kriimmi'l tukcn euro of your clothe ut l H-r nioiitli. I'll-tf Minn A mi It Cordcll In viltliir rela tive III (HlIHgOW. Tor u uoliliy milt or Htyllnh pulr of punt, nee I'M .1. Kruuunc). 2H-lf Score curd for duplicate whlnt for Half ut the IlKI'rill.U.'AN oltlcc. MIhh Alllc Dunn left Tucnduy for lloiiitton, io., to vlnit rclutlvr. tin Mucr urn) Churlcy Chuplluc Suuduycd ut McAlll-tcr Spring. For llilmt iiruchcr, try u glunn of Sweet Spring wutcr ut l.nouiU'. It. II. Down, wife uml duughlcr, li ft Hutunluy for Toprku, Kunai. Kcdullu will liolil her ntrcct full' during Hi lutlcr pin t ot ScptcmlM-r. New Turklnh llutli Tuli, $4,IM; never iimiI, For null' ut HiIm olllce. 24-tf Mm. MurcelliiH (luuldln relumed Moniluy night from Kxl'uIk lor ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Republican Oouoty Contention- A delegate convention of the Itepuh llcun party of Saline county is hereby culled to meet at Murxhull on TllUIlSllAY, Aim. UlTH, 1WW, for the puriNiNO of nominating candl tinted for the following county oHIces, to-wlti I tfpro.-ftit at I vtH, mIht IfT, pros I'ciitliij; nttorney, ircnxurer, Mtirvcyor, nxxexxor. public iiilmliilHtrator. cor oner, county Judge In District No. 1 iitul count v Judge in District No i. The of rcprcxctitatlon as llxcd by the committee In one delegate for licit i" vote cast for (. A. Kinkrlu burg In the election IS1W, rind one for itch fraction of Haiti vote over twelve. The i-cvci-ut townships tire cntltlctl to the following number of dclcgutcx: 'iWtixhlp. Delegates. Place. Arrow Itoek 7 Arrow Hock Itluckwutcr 2....ltitlire I'ralrie Suit I'oik ' Shelbys. II. Cutuhritlgf II Slater Cluy 2 Oreurvllle Klmwnoil . .Mt, l.conuril Criind I'uxx K Malm Hon.) Mlrcrty 4 Ilernilon Miami 7 Miami Marshall 1.1 Marshall Sui...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. h Dicktry'i Drfrnt Utitain? Clui'kHvillf, Mo., April I'D, Hum. To the Killloi' of the. Utthliil : Ml'. Alexuniler Monroe Dorkcry will lie hcutcit liy not 1ch than 10,000 vole If iiomlnutcd (or Covcrnor of MIh hoiiiI: - ( I ) llcc.uiine lu Ih In favor of u I'lll'llrtllUtr UOVl'I'llltll'Ill, ntippDI'tl'tl by iiillilury cuii Ihom In I'oito Itleo. (l!) llccutinc hu In In favor of an iicxiillon of Culm to Hit Htiixur Hunt It.v n vile prvtcime of coiineiit" obtain cil tlii nuyii hiii'Ii tiietliodH or the threat of nuch iiii-iIioiIh an .lolin Mi.'NIel irp ichcntcd ui I'ulinyru, or iim KelloiM Mood for In l.oulnluuu iiiiiI Powell Clayton In ArkuiiHtiH, . (.'I) llt cmine he In un much renpon nlblc for the recent complete demon rll.ntloii of nllver Uk lliiiiim liltiio'lf. lie nlipportcd tilt' ncl.lire of I'oito lllco mill Itn tfovernmcut hy military uiiitIxoii iiiruliini IIIiiiiiI In order to create "lit'"' Inniich." unil u u ri'xiilt of Hi i- iliintardly 1 1 cachet the l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TNf TMAL If THtMAS Q. HHKflL It'iintlniml Knim Hcvrnth PniO'.l A. K. HKCTOK'M ADDKKMH. A. F. Hector opened his address At .":10, referring to five or six murder cases In which he hail served an prone cutlng attorney, but hud never had hi witnesses questioned In the man tier In which the attorney for the de fence had. lie stated that mysticism had I teen thrown around the cane be cause the attorney hud no ease, and attacked the uel of the defense's at torney hi culling 'Si of the best men of Multu llenil hounds and itcrjtircrs, ar ralnlnu him for Hiking Into Ills con lldcncc 1 1 u ik, prostitutes ittul other chuructcrs whom he could tit.c, and charging the liest eople of Malta Hend with living iicrjurcrs and assas sins. He niiokeof Attorney Huff inak lug it gruntl stand piny by staling he hud churned Wllliuiu I'ureell nothing for the defense he hud made, an only right, an he didn't think he ought to. With u strong uncul to the Jury to do their full duty, he com m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. AUGUST 17. 1900. NO. 25. WANT ANOTHER TRIAL. Motion to Secure Same Filed Monday. State Enters Affidavits of Jurymen in Denial. Comet Up Saturday. Ah stated in last week's Rkpubmcan, the attorney for the defendant Thomas Q. Pur cell filed motion for new trial Monday. Hut a consideration of the motion was postponed till Tuesday, when the attorney for the state produced the affidavits of the jurymen, in de nial of the charges set out in the motion. Upon request of Attorney Ruff, further timr was allowed him in securing affidavits to swh stantiate his motion, which will he jmtfctd Saturday morning. In the motion for a new trial, the defendant nio"es the court to set aside the wttljpt and judgment rendered in the case of the state against Thomas Purccll and prays the court to award him a new trial for the following reasons: ist, because the court permitted over the objections of the defendant, Charles Clough, Andrew V. Hays...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Filtered nt the I'ostofilcc In Marshall, MnM ns second-class matter. TKUMS: 1.00 PK.lt YKAIt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MIHSOttKI, AUOUST 17, igoo. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President W 1 1X1 AM Mi.'KINl.KY. For Vice-President '"1'F.DDY" HOOSF.VF.Il STATU. For Mover-nor, JOHKIMI FMUtY. For Lieutenant (iovcrnnr, K. F. At.l.KN. Fr Secretary of State, W. I,. 1KTF.UPI F.I.I). For Stute Treasurer, W. S. FI.F.MINO. For Auditor, W. F. Hl.OF.HAUM. For Attorney (Jenernl. S. 1. O'FALIjoN. For Hullrnttd Commissioner, C. C. CUOUSK. For Congress, CONC.KKSSIONAI.. II. II. I'AIISONS. SENATORIAL. For State Senator, M. 'I'. ('II A STAIN. Township clubs are next in order. Organization in behalf of the ticket now nominated must be the next effort of the Re publicans of Saline. The county ticket selected by the delegate convention is one which should give every Republican an additional reason for rejoicing in the fact that he is a R...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Proceedings of Augutt Term Many New Bridget and Improve' menu Ordered. August 6th the court met in reg ular session. Members present: Hons. J. T. StnufiVr. T. W. King, K. C. Hanua, judges; R I?. L. Smith, clerk, and Joseph Wilson, sheriff. Commissioner's scport filed in James lier road caw. Account allowed Williams & 1'e try in amount of too2 86. Moy.an Kink sent to county farm. J. I). Howell et nl. file petition for new road. Account of 4;.8i allowed Judge Robert Smith for bridge work. S. L. Vokely et nt. file petition for public road. In matter of toad damages to J. II Zeigel, same was referred to J. II. Clark and W. G. Hoatright for settlement. Dramshop licensegrnnted to Ham ilton & Barth. Nelson. Wooden bridge ordered built in southeast quarter, .section m, town ship 51, range 21. F. II. Boyd directed to build biidgc over Fish cieek, section 20, township 51, range 19. Personal assessment of Orson King reduced from 1,465 to $905. J. T. N...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CITY COUNCIL MEETS. Ordinances Passed for Further Street and Sidewalk Improvement. The city council met oti Monday evening at the city hall, nt which Councilmcn Huff, Phillips, Bell, Newton, Hardin and Carter and Mayor Hlalr, City Attorney Spen cer and Clerk James were present. Report of poultry yard filed. Ordinance No. 573 introduced by Carter, read three times and passed 6 yeas. This ordinance provides for the macadamizing, guttering, curbing and grading of l'ortcr street from the center line of Hrunswick avenue to the center line of Sebrce strict. Specifications for sidewalk along Marion street and Lyon avenue filed and approval. Ordinance No. 574, an ordinance condemning the old sidewalk and providing for the construction o( a new brick sidewalk along the south cud of lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 and along the west side of lots 6 and 7, block 18, Knglish's addi tion to the city of Marshall, Mo., introduced by Huff, read three times and passed 6 ayes. Specifl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. POLITICAL PICNIC. Elk Lick Spring the Scene of a Big Picnic Aug. Hlh. Dr. Chastain One of the Speaker. Satnnlny, Aug. ntli, was not n c(M)l luy by nny means, not in Sa line county, but one of the largest picnics of the season was held up on that 1ny nt Hlk Lick Springs, eighteen miles south of here. It is estimated by those in attendance that luoo or i.soo jK-ople were there. C. 1 Williams was manager of the affair, he being the owner of the grounds of this jHiptilar resort. The springs of F.Ik Lick have long been recognized as among the !est sulphur springs of Missouri and ore now acquiring the popularity their merit and quality should bring upon them. The Marshall band furnished music for the Hay, much appreciat ed by the country people of Pettis ami Saline in attendance. Peanut, Kpcorn and lemonade stands and throwing galleries, where "nigger babies" down meant cigars, were nil there and helped to put life into this suffocating day. A colored quartette, who d...

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. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LETTER I'ROM THC PHILIPPINES. A Saline Boliliur Boy Who was a Demo rrat 8ay Brvnn Would Uliange Hi Tuun if lu McKiii ley's Shoes. Alituwv. I.fzo.v. P. I.. ) .lime Ultli, ItNKi. f Mr. U. X. Taylor: I'uiKMi UniiKitr: It is with pleas ure I iiitswrr your letter, which I re ceived to-il a v, Wus triad to hear from vou. anil that all were well. This leuvcs me anil hope yon arc the panic. It ha Ihvii mi lonr Miiee I wrote a letter that I hurdlv know what In write, hut I will try. N our letter Is the second one I have trotted since we lainleil. We inareheil on the hoat the llr-t ilay o( Xovcmlicr lust. Thin U olil, hut then It I' true, ami we have liven on the hlk ever since. We huvu heeu In thl' place loutrcr than any other. The population of thl town l T.ihmi mill we are iloliiu' srurrlson duty here with iii privates for iluty, mill It trets pretty lilue sometimes, (in the li'ith of May at 2 a. in., we hail the hiinlrM Unlit the Thirty mil has hail. We were uiuler li...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

I MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI" WOMAN AROHIIEOT. REPUBLICAN ACQUISITIONS. ram I Mury l,niiin llnlti of UolmnliU will Build I In; Ni.w State A) 1 11 in nt Mttrnlcill. The Titlt! Toward; McKinl y I'limiist An- other i.aiitlniik" Ntiiii Tftis t'ui.vi-rtt' i SI. I.MIW llllllli-lh'llllNTHl. Tin w 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in limy iliin' mill tin. . I ulrlil llii- K'ii iiikI iii I: Hill tin- nlil mini illl iiiiki finii tin litll, Ami ki on xi'rti It-til in.' wruMl. Mury l.nitl-ellule. MlsniiiTswnmnn iiirhllecl. Iiiih heen M'lii'tiil hy tin1 linuiil nf iniiiiiiui'i'- In IhiIIiI tin' new -t tili lu-tiliillnii fur I'plli'titli'H ami fee lile-iuliitlfil, Infilled nl Marshall, .Mo. .Mix- Hale U nCnliimlilii (Mn.)L'lrl. iiuil ii nliH'iiti'il at tin1 State 1'nl-vet-slty. Sin' i- otic of tin fmv women wlin hit vt iniiili' it study ami a sin s of :n I'hltt'ft in hi Coliuulilii alum hlii1 litis in'it.'cn ln'i-i'lf an i tl I -1 nf alilllty In a variety of nrrhllerlnriil in-hleveinciii-, mill -In- hu- I'uiiiiH'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Broken Bric-a-Bract Mr. Major, the futuoti cement man of New Vork. explain ntne very In tcrctlng fact about Mujor' Cement, The nitiltituik'M whd ue thl lund. urd article know that It In many hund red per rent ln'tter than other cements for which HlitillarululniH arc made, hut u ere (it muny do not know why. Tin; lmplc rcnon Ih that Mr. Major ue the taut muterlul ever discovered and other munufueturer do not uho them, hecuiiu they tint too cxcnlvo and do not allow luiK'e prollt. Mr. Mujor toll- us that one of the element of hi cement colx :t.7. u pound uiul iiu othcr riit i.M u nullon. while lurue idiurc of the o-eulled cement und llitild ;luo Uion the market are nothing more than lxteen-cent trltie, (IIkkoIvciI In water or citric ucld, und, In mhiic cum'!, tillered xlluhtly In color und odor Ity the tuldltlon of cheap ami ukcIcoh mutcriul. Major' cement rctulU at llftecn cent and twenty-live cent u hottlc, und when u dealer trie to cell a ub Ktltute you can dcie...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. (icnrire N. Davl ha returned from a lrli In Hoonvlllc, Do yon went punty A great op portunity ul ltou V Hacklier'. 2. Ml Flora dark ha returned from H vlrtlt Id friend ill Shackelford. Ml Alice I. Hollaml left Friday fin- ii vIhII to friend in St. I.oulx. Mm. Andrew ItiniflKTirerliB return ed from ii vl-.lt to F.xccfxlor Spring. Judge V. It. Niijiton mih'IiI Salur iluy In Sweet Spring with Senutor Vct. K. It. Zimmerman Iiiih returned from n pleiiHunt vllt to the South und We.-t. ('. I.. Hell, wife mill little on are cndlng the heuteii term ut Macklnuc IhIuiiiI. Ml Franco ViiwVr will return thin week from u month'- ntu at F.urcka Spring. Ml .tiilia Cruger left Moiulny for ii v I -1 1 to her xl-itcr, Mm. .lohii Flu nell ut Corder. Mr. I). II. Delell, of Sterling. Colormlo. I vlxltlug her daughter, Mr. .1. II. Cttrxt. Dr. Watxon llitll. of Kan hum city, returned thU wiek from hi viieution nM'iit in colormlo. Thnnin Otley anil Will .1ackou returned W...

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. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Haby Hu.v for nule at this oltlco for m.iiii. zi-tr Mlttx 8 ii nun Harnuin In vlnltln; rel ntivi'M In Cllllmn. Unltert Conway, of Knimax City spent Sunday in Marshall. New Turkish Hath Tub. 44.00; never used. For sale ut this offlcc. J4tf Score card for duplicate whlnl fur stile ut the ItKlTiil.lUAN olllee. Miss Hi'iilnb Sharp hart if turned from a visit to Sedalia friends. Ml Aunle Cordcll lelurnrd Friday from u visit to relative at (iIuhkow. A new hose pump that Is a daisy, with brass cylinder, for HI, at James Irwin's. 2(Mw Itohert CatuplK'H and wife left Wed nesday for Mackinac for a stay of Home weeks. Misses Mary and Edna Clouuh and Ml Alison, have returned from their trip In Minnesota. Ilev. .1. V, KemHr will leave thin week for the north where he hope lo become strong and well. Misses Nettle McMillan and Carrie Fluk and Abtel I .eon aid returned nt u ril ii y from llui;he'llle. Co to .lumet Irwin und j;et one of thne un-to-dute hose win, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SWEET SPRINCS. .Inini'x Huggard ami fumlly nrn vis iting relative mid friend In Henry 'IMIIIl, till Wli-k. O-rnr I.nwrenee. nf Dodge C!lly, Kiiiihuh. In visiting MIhh DodoDllllon west of Mil i'Iiv. .1 V I'.vuuh old u car loud of llrxt vIiihn mulct to Howard Hulley I'rlduy anil shipped ( hem Monday. Wtti W hitch returned to Kamia City Suturdiiy, after a two weeks vlnlt to parent uml friend In thin fit v. MIhh Itosu Klllliin returned from Cordcr Monday night, where ulio had lecu visiting MI-ch Mary and Ada Price. Wm lllnkley shlpcd one car load of cuttle and of lion to St. I.011U Monday. also It ll .lohn-nn shlpcd u ear of hog the Maine day. TC Andrew, IVof .1 K Harnett, Henry llowiuun. W K KIIII011 and Siiilie It K I'ulkcMnii attended th; county Itciiuhllcun convention at MmmIiuII Thursday. We had a line ruin Sunday night and unotlier Wednesday. Stock wa ter wan gelling very Hcurcc mid vege tation wun drying up ho that these ruin are very aeceituld...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTERFEITERS CAUGHT. Jetse Brile and Frank Kcoaer Jail' ed in Clinton, Charged With Making Counterfeit Half Dollars. MmtIiiI In Itrpuhlli-illl. Jesse Briles and Frank Kenner of McAllister Sorings have lecn arrested on the charge of counter felting by government officers attd nre now lodged behind the bars at Clinton, Mo. Briles was arrested in Joplin, where he had gone sus pecting detection, uml his confed erate Kenner was found at his home at McAllister. Counterfeit money in the shape of half dollars has been repeatedly circulated in the little burg of Mc Allister Springs, and as the Imgus money continued to innkc its np pearance, the citizens of the place began to fasten their suspicions up on two or three of the young em ployees of one business firm. Recently, some plaster paris molds, a crate, gasoline stove, some refuse metal and a few half dollar coins, made by the counterfeiters, were found secreted on the banks of Klackwater, about one fourth of a mile...

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