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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. AUGUST 24. 1900. NO. 29. REPUBLICAN STATE CAMPAIGN X X OPENING AT SEDALIA, WILL IB APPEALED. Senator Maaon, Governor Shaw, Congreaaman Bartholdt, Major Warner. Pat 'Dyer and J. K. Cubbiaon Will Fire the Firat Gune, The Date Not Yet Fixed -DICK" DALTON WILl BE THERE. Flory and All Other Nominee on Slate Ticket to ac Present PanoM and Chaslain Will Speak. Perhaps Secretary Meiklejohn, Speaker Headtrsoa aad Congreav maa Taylor May he Secured. The Republican state campaign will be opened at Sedalia the first week in September. Though the ist had been selected as the day for firing the initial guns, the date will prob ably be changed to the 4th. for the conven ience of several speakers from out of the state who are to attend. But the date has not as yet been fixed for a certainty. Arrangements are being made for nn excur sion train from here over the Pacific the day of the big event, when a rate of $1.50 for the round tr...

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. — 24 August 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'litcroil nt tho PohKiIIIoo In MnrxhaU, Mo., nn mvond-cltt-i ninttt'i'. TKRM3: 1.00 VKll YKAlt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAM., MISSOURI, AUCUST 34, UJOO. The present condition of tltn Now York lee Trust Democracy has been characterized as the "glacial period." Democratic ridicule of Roosevelt is only making tliu demnnd for liim ns n speaker, the more prouonnced. Patriotism stands paramount to any finan cial issue with the Republicans, who are sev ering past connections with the flag furlers. Don't wear diamonds when you attend gatherings of the party which advocates "free" everything for you may get touched. The South with a billion dollars invested in factories, is not so Democratic that its commercial expansion must lie sacrificed to party policy. McKinley should romemlier in all the pet names of Napoleon, Caesar, Alexander, now applied to him, that the much revered Abra ham Lincoln was likewise reviled in his day. A corp...

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. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. t'nr 1'ri'iliti-iil, Wll, I.IAM McKINI.CV. Kr Vli'i-l'n-olili-lil, TKIHiV" IUMIMKVKI.T. STATK. h'nr lluwriior, .HtHKI'll HLMIIV. I'nr I .l'iit.'initit l criior. K. K.Al.t.KN. I'nr Sirri-iiirjf iif Hlnli. W.I,. I'OUTKItKIIII.U. Fur HinU' Tn-iiMnvr. W.H. H, KM I. NO. for Aiiilllur, W. K. IILMMIIAI'M. IW Atloriii'y.ilciH'riil. H. I'.oTAI.I.uN. Tor ItiillniMil ('iimmllui-r. c.ir.nwi'Hi:. CONOKKSSIONAL. t-'iir t'oiiurc. II. II. I'AltMU.NH. HKNATOKIAL. Vitr Mliili- Hfiiiiltir, M.T.t'llAKTAIN. COt'NTV. Ki'lM'i'M'iiliiIlM1, Klrl liUtrli'l, K. II. IIKOWN. I'uiiiily .Imluf, Klrt IMolrlcl . OKOItllK W. Ill NO II A.M. Iti'iiri x iiliiIlM-. Hivnnil lMrlVl, I'AM KltllN Oltlt t'mnily .luiliti. Hivnnil IM-lrl.-l. II KNItV IIAI.IIAII. I'ullii'liir. IIKItllKItT WII.XON. I'riviitliii(-Altiriii-. Tllil.MAH V. OTI.i:V. HhirllT. v. it. ki.mk.. Tri'iixiriT, I.. Ii. Mlllllll'.l.l.. W. K. KII.'I.UIN. Hurvi'.Mir. W. II. Ml' I.I.I NH. I'ulilli' Ailiiiliiltriil...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. SEDALIA GATHERING. Democratic State Campaign Opened Tuesday, but Did Not Come Up to Expectations. The Missouri Democratic cam paign was formally opened in Sc dalia Tuesday, but neither under propitious circumstances nor favor able skies, Forty thousand visit ors were expected, hut not over seven thousand were there, for ac cording to the official report of all the railroads, 5,600 were carried to the city by rail. The long sccial from Marshall over the Pacific, looked like an empty train as it left here Tuesday morning, only 23 tickets having been sold. The inmates were prob ably lonesome before reaching Se dalia. This is o.ily a supposition, however, upon the part of our re porter, as not one of these twenty three excursionists could be located for an interview upon this subject. Democratic interest and enthusiasm in these parts seems to be at the nil point. Sedalia corrcsixmdeuts classify the gathering as a "frost." Dem ocratic papers try to explain this as du...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Sana Soud Club entertain went are always a source of much pleaawe to the member of the or ganization and the lucky invited one, but not often are these oc casions spent more pleasantly than upon last Saturday afternoon, when Misses Ada Sparks, Julia Watts and Avn Steele entertained nt the home of the last on South Kcdiuan Avenue. The guests were received in the hull by these three young ladies, most excellent entertainers all, and were then ushered into the hand sotnely decorated parlors, which were in yellow and white as was the dining room, while on the li brary tables, rested vases of pretty white roses, making the whole in terior exceedingly attractive. At 12 o'clock, all were invited to the dining room, while Miss Mary Black on the piano and Le laud Vilcy on the violin, played several very sweet selections from the parlor. Prior to the luncheon, Miss Watts announced the engage mcnt of one of the club members, Miss Annie Guthery to Mr. Ferry Camptiell, n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. STEWART FOR MCKINLEY. The Silver Senator and Supporter of Bryan in '96 Returns to Hit Party. Don't Fear Bryan't Hobgoblin Imperialism. Tin- Dcin.crutlc parly ha for sever til month upiH'iiivil anxious to make "Imperialism" the Ikkiu', nor were the Republicans less rcudv. Hy the ac ceptance speech of tiii'lr candidate, W. .1. Itrvnn at Indianapolis, "Iiii pciiiillsiii way dwelt upon to the ex clusion of all other questions Tht Itcpuhllcuu art' wlllinir that upon till Issue the cumpalgn Ik- fought, enntldcnt that the common sense of the lanpli will lluil no cuuse for alarm In thin purely Imaginary evil of tht! Hryatiltc, ami on the other haml that their patriotism will sustain th"prcsl (lent In the protection ami advance ment of American Interests. An these Iuc het'ome the more predominant ones, the silver Itepuh llcuns and I'opulM of the Went are found to Ih falling over themselves In deserting the standard of the slippery Nehrankan. Since the liidliiunpoli Kpeec...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TUAT8U.B 8T0RY. DR. MILLER 800RE BRYAN. A PERFECT FIT IS NOT AN ACCIDENT riurj Ni-tt-r Did Bcab, atid tba Lie Oooim Democratic Leader Of Nebnuka Cats tbe Ratber Late lu His Oareer, Uolouel it luiinctre- One Irouhlu with the big IiIIh of the ticmofrmic campaigners in that when they get ti rumor so hoi Mint It begins lo sixJo the grnss, It ttirnx out to lie h grout Mg lit'. Seeing thut .lot- Flory If sure to get an unusiinlly large vote muting tliu railroad turn, the demo emtio press ht ailed the report ill ut Flory "Ncnblied" In IHK3. Now to a union luhorliigmaii, n scab Ii a mighty rotten thing, n stench beyond endui miff. Hut It bus nil turned out to Imi b fuke. Tony II. Adams, viec-chiilr iniili of the Could Southwest System of tin' Hrothcrhood of Hultwuv train incii. wuh In .IciTfiHiiii City TucHilny mill tolil n ltfiulillfiiii repicncntntlvc thut Mr. Flory liuil Im-cii n man of tliu strictest union principle uuil added: "If Joe Flory mmiIiIn-iI' In IKMJ, whe...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. BOTH 8IDES OF THE OAMPAION. Toe KasMi Olty'i Sur'i Feature- Hotel Forara Tho Kansas City Star has divided upon a seclal feature for tho Presi dential Campaign which won never tiu.lcrtnkcn before by uny nowsnacr. At Its request the chairmen of the two national committees, Messrs. James K. .lone and M. A. Hanna, have se lected and appointed two distinguished writers to conduct. In the Star, a de partment to ho culled "The Campaign Forum." In thin department the ar guments of each of the two ere at par ties will Is. presented, Hide by Hide, ilav by day. To conduct the Demo crat It; "aide, Mr. .tones ha selected and formally appointed Mr. WHIN .1. Abbott, chief of the Press Bureau of the Democratic National Committee, and, for the Itepubllcun side, Mr. Itauna selected and apiHilnted the fa mous Journalist and lltcratcur, Mr. Mural HalKtead. Upon learning the decision of these two chairmen, The Star Immediately engaged the two gentlemen and on Sunday, August II), the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

1 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. GOUE AFTER TEDDY. St. Louis Will feud 2.000 Men to the Uainp.ilgii Opening on fop tember 1. lion. It. ('. Kerens, repuhlloun mi tluiiul committeeman from Missouri, ami n tni'tnlMT of the. executive com inline. left Ht. I.mls r'rlduy for Chi cago mill Washington, the purpose of ill visit lielng to tntiki1 arrangements for Hie coming to Scdiillii of Cover unr Theodore Hooscvcll on HciiUm In i- I. If the matter can possibly Iw ur ranged, (iovcriiorKooscvc llwlllcoiiic. St. I.oiiIm U organising by wards for tin' vIhIi to Scilnlla, mill reports ninili' at tin1 stale hcadiiiurtcrsvt'stcr lay morning, itflor the holding of twenty-eight uanl caucuses, Indk'iitc tluit not I(-h tliun L'.ooo republican will come from Hint city ninl towns adjacent to hear tlit orators at the. caiiiiutlu'ii ocnlng. Itcpnits inched ui local rcinibll ciin lii'iiiliiiiirters Indicate that tiie-10,. (Mm promised for tin- democratic ocn lllg will Ik exceeded liy llic crowds In llllenilnnii' at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Huliy llucc.v for sole at this olllco lor Sl-ll Willie full, of Malta Henri. toiit Sumluy in Marshall. Miss li Nuylnr Ix visit Inc Miss unit- t.uinrio near .Muton. New Turkish lluth Tuli.l4.ini: never UMil For nali' ut tlilrt oliloo. IMtf Score curds for ilnpltoatt whist for xnlc Ut till ItHIM'llf.ll'AX Ottlcu. Do you wear punts? A crcut op porlunlty at Hose .V IliieknerV ! Miss Kriiu Hunter, of Cilornilo. Is vlitltlnu her lirotlii'i', .1 ud'f .1. II. Hun ter Miss Nolle Httt Is vlsltlnir nt thu home of A. .1. Moltolierts, near Multu Henri. A new hoo pump that Is a rialsy, with brass cylinder, for ut .1 nines Irwin's. .'(4w Win. Striker loft Monday for Kan mii City, when; a hhvIiiIIkI will trout hi" eye. Mr. Alilol f-ennarri mill children lire vlsltiuc ut W. II. Kn k Hour Ml. IjCOIIUI'll. Prof. It. .1. Peters I oxproteri hero this week for a visit to oino of III Marshall friends. Itev. .1. (' Maple, uformor Mill-shall pastor, preached ut the Huptl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. MALTA BEND. A Ankd Ih having a cistern dug. A It MoltoliorlH Ih moving to town. Tuesday was the hottest ilny of the your. H I' Houston wan In Chicago the Hint of the wii'k marketing cattle. Mm K title Ferguson, of Hates City. Is visiting V. Hozoll ami family. Alliert I'nyiii In very sick mid doubts me entertained an to his recovery. HniiMton Hros. shlmied out twoonr of lion's to Kmisa-t City Wednesday. Mm Win fKyt ?wint to Marshall Wednesday to vlnll friends for o.'Lfuw llllVH. Btrtet Tnlr. You'll want n new xiill for tho fair. See what Hn-c .V Huckner Imve. Culto n iiiiiiiIn'I' from hero went to Kansas City Tuexiluy to buy feeding entile. M W Wulker brought throii loads of feeders In from Kmixtis City Wed neKilay. II German Ik nrrnnglug to ntleml thoO. A. II, elieiiMiiliieut lit Chicago, next week. A It Crlgshy nml fnmlly. of Kansas City, wore hero attending the funerul of torn John Voter. Frank Slnsher. who ha lieen at work In Kansas City for so...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THOMAS F. OTLEY. Sketch o! the Life ol the Republican Nominee for Prosecuting Attorn ney of Saline County. The Republican nominee for pro scenting attorney, Thomas F. Ot ley, is a young man of exceptional attainments. He was born in Chi cago, Illinois, twenty-two years ago. At the age of five years, he entered the Anderson Grammar School, graduating seven years lat er, at the head of his class. He then entered the Northwest Divi sion High School of Chicago. Two yeurs later, he entered the Lewis Institute of Chicago, from which he was graduated four years later, having carried off the second high est honors of the class and having completed two years more advanc ed study thnn any member of his class. In the fall of '97, he entered the Illinois College of Law of Chicago, and two years later completed the three year course. During the last year of his legal study, he served in the capacity of head clerk and brief writer for Richardson & Chap man, corporation at...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST 51. 1900. NO. 50. IN DEATH A HERO. NO SPECIAL TO SEDALIA- LIVE STOCK NOTES. William T. McCraeken. Telephone Employe Warns His Would-be Rescuer From At' tempting to Save His Life. William T. McCrnckcn, an employe of the Missouri & Kansas Telephone Company, was killed Tuesday nlternoon, while triiiK to con nect n wite near Fairmount Park, Kansas City. McCraeken was alone at his work and was alMitit fourteen feet in the air on a pole. He started to connect a wire when it became crossed with another and the lineman, in his endeavor to free the wire, was caught. He felt to the ground and was horrihly burned, dying almost instantly. Deputy Coroner McNeil was notified and had the body removed to Wagner's undertak ing rooms, an inquest ling held upon Wed nesday, which found his death to have lieen caused by the above related accident. When McCraken fell to the ground the wire that caused his death fell with him, and...

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. — 31 August 1900

MAKSHALL SEPUBUCAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntprrri nttlio 1'ontottlec in Mnrxlinll, Mo., an Hccnntl-ela matter. TKKMS: tl.00 WAX VKAU IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, AtTOUST 31, I900. Get ready and go. State Campaign Opening, Sedalia, Tuesday, September 4th. Towne lias been assigned the arduous task of following Roosevelt, but be will never keep up with the Rough Rider. Bryan in his speeches is a friend of labor, hut in the printing of the same, he never fav ors a union plant. But Bryan is so impracti cal in his talks, il occasions no surprise that his actions are often different. The Southern states in disfranchising the negro, arc keeping admirable time to exposi tions on "without-thc-conscnt-of thc-govcrn-cd" theory, by such Democratic spoil-binders as Bryan, Dc Armond and others. "I want a government that gives every poor man the hope of being rich some day." Bryan at Manhattan, Kan. He doubtless means a continuance of McKinley prosper ity, under which ...

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. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For I'ri'nlilfiil) W 1 1,1,1 AM Mt'KINI.KV. For Vln-1'r.-.l.l.nl, TKIlHY" llM8F.VF.I.T. 8TATK. For tlovcrnor, JOHKI'll FUHtY. For l.li'iitt'imiiMliiviTiiur, K.F.AI.I.KN. Fur Htvri'lnry of Htnli. W. 1 1. IMUTKHFIKI.lt. For Mlnli- TifH-urrr, W.N. FI.KMIMI. For Amlllor, W. F. IIUIKIIAIIM. For Allurui-y.Ui'iHTitl, 8. I'.O'FAI.MIN. For IbtllriMul INttiiinlmthiiiiT. C.tMlllUllMK. CONOKKKSIONAI.. For I'oiiKri'M. II. II. I'AIIHONH. SKNATOHIAI.. Fur Hlntc H.'imliir. M.T.CIIAHTAIN. COUNTV. H. ir. ..iiImIIv.'. Fir. I lllMrlrl, K. It. HltOWN. County JmlKf. Flrt ItUlrlft, (IKOIU1K W. IIINtillAM. KrlinwiilHllYi-, HttMiiul Dllrlt l. CAMKIION Itltlt futility JuilKt', H.ruml liMrlt-t, IIKNItY IIAI.HAII. t'olltvtor. IIF.KIIKHT WlltlS. I'rowiHitliiu-Attorm'y. TIIOMAH F. trTI.KY. HlnrllT. F. It. KUKA, Ttvnvurvr. l..l.MUIIItKI.I.. AMMftur. W. K. KII.I.ION. Miirvi-yur, W. II. Mil I.I. INK. I'uhllf AilmliiMriitor. F. It. MATIIF.H. t'orum-r. FltANK Mill. I....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. For Clerks and Carrier For Marshall Post Office to be Held Sept. 26. The United Civil Service Com mission uniiouiices that on Sept cm ler 26, 1900, an examination will be held in this city for the positions of clerk and carrier in the postofficc service. This examination is held for the reason that the Post Office Depart ment has stated that at all offices where no substitute force is main taiued such a force will be apoint cd as the result of this examinu tfon, so that whenever vacancies occur in the regular force there will 1 no dehiy in filling the same. It is the intention of the Depart ment as far as possible to establish n substitute force at every office equal to about 25 cr cent of the number ot regular employees. This examination will k held at all classified post-offices throughout the country, except those of the first-class, and as a result of the same, in addition to the substitute appointments, vacancies which now exist i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Alto Limited Enthuses Perkins. Eli " 'The rivalry among the rail roads to have the most beautiful, sumptuous and costly Pullman train has been settled,' said Chaucey De pew, 'and the old Chicago & Alton has carried off the banner. Their wonderful Limited leaves Chicago (or St. Louis at 1 1 o'clock in the morning nnd puts down passengers in St. Louis in time for 7 o'clock tea. Everybody from Chicago says the Ixrautiful train can never be twatrn. Money and all of Pull ninn's skill can never exceed or improve it. Think of drawing room, buffet, parlor and obscrva tion cars seventy-three feet long! Sec them upholstered like a queen's drawiui!roc::i and the whole train engine, tender, postal-car, bag gage-cat, fastening with polished maroon paint and gleaming like a stunk of maroon lightning from Chicago to St. Louis and back in almost half a day I' "This train has a reception every dny when it comes into the St. Louis depot. To-day when I went to see the trai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DENBY'S ACCUSATIONS. Bryan Speeches Mean the Lost of Soldier Lives in the Philippines. FORTUNES OF THE REBELS The Ex-Minitter to China, and Life Long Democrat Urges the Re election of McKinley and Flays Populistic Bryan- linn. Chariot Donhy. of Indiana, former United Statu Minister to Chi na, anil memlicr of the llrt cummin- .. tl... IM.III....I...... . lit...!...... Democrat ha written a letter urin tlio rc-clcctlou or President McKinley. It In entitled "Hryan'n Attitude To ward the Philippines," and In nindi uil)lle liy tlio Republican National Committee, 'lite letter In pari Is an follown: 'In hi scceh of April IT, 1IMK), In the senuto, Mr. Hoar huIiI that he could not forget that Mr. Hryun, 'un-Ii-sh hit In much misrepresented, used all lil power anil Influence with those of his frlendn who urn ready to listen to his counsel, to secure '.ho rutlllca lion of the treuty,' inclining the Purls treaty. There were seventeen Demo- erutlu senators who voted for the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Grant's BoliejBM HiJ Orest Curowdaeei U(i UoB)B10(ltnM. Grant wun always disposed to work with tin tools ho hud, anil through his whole military career showed him hi-If averse to meddling much with the organisation of his army. Ho had strong liken atul dislikes, hut wan very reticent In III expression of them. Ho woiilil quietly take advantage of va cancies or of circumstances lo put men where hu wbiiUmI Hiimii, but very rurely ninth) a sweeping renrganlxa tlon. If anyone crosicd him or he came antagonistic without often Insult orilliiutlou, ho would bear with It till an opportunity came to gel rid of the offender. Ho hated verbal quarreling, never lined violent language, but form il his Judgments and bided hU time for acting on them. Thin sometime looked like a lauk of frankness, and them were time when a warm but honest altercation would have cleared tho air and removed misunderstand ing. It wan really due to a sort of shyness which wan curloiiNly blended with...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 August 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr. Major, Mm famous oment man nf New York, eiplatas some verjr In torestlng fact about Major's Cement, The multitudes who mm this stand, ard article know that it Is many hund red per cont better than other cements for which similar claims are made, but a great many do not know why. The slmnlo reason In that Mr. Major uses the nest materials ever discovered and other manufacturers do not use them, because they are too expensive ana do not allow large profit. Mr. Major tolls un that one of the uli'iui'iits of III caiiient oosts 1,71 a pound and un other i'osts a gullon, while a lurg share of the so-called eetnents anil liquid gluo upon the market arc nothlnjr more than slxUt'ii-ovnl glut, dissolved In water or citric uttld, and, In some cane, altered slightly In color and odor by the addition of cheap and useless material. Major'ri cement retutl at llftwii cent and twintv-llvu cents u bottle, and when a dealer tries to sell n sub ntltute you can deiiend upon It t...

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