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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FUNERAL SERVICES. Rev. Jothua Barbee Laid to Rett at Ridge Park Cemetery. The Service at Presbyterian Church The remains of the late Rev. Joshua Barbee accompanied by the family mid a number of friends ar rived in Marshall Friday night at nine o'clock, and were taken to the Presbyterian church, where they remained until after the funeral on Saturday. The casket was opened early Saturday morning, giving an op portunity to many friends who passed in and out, for several hours before the funeral, to look upon the face of their departed friend for the last time the face that even in death retained the same sweet smite which wascharac teristic of him in life. Sorrowing friends from all over the county gathered at the church at the appointed hour for the fun eral to pay the lust tribute of rt spect to one who was greatly be loved, and whose sudden death brought genuine sorrow to so m&ny homes. The services opened by the sing ing of that dear old hymn: "Safe in the...

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. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reception to Sana Soucl Club. One of the pleasant events in Marshall social circles last week was the reception given to the Sans Souci Club by Miss Unnic Montague, complimentary to her guest nnd cousin, Miss Ktnily Cor dell, of Kansas City. The hostess, although a member of the Sans Souci Club, has been prevented from attending the club meetings during the past few years, owing to the fact that she has been n teacher in the Doonvillc schools. And now that she has id unified herself with our Marshall schools, she will take her place as one of the most active and entertaining of the club memlership. The rooms upon this occasion were fragrant nnd Iwautiful with fall flowers. Ami every detail of the arrange ment was looked after with exqui site taste, leaving nothing to be desired. A "game of Initials" was a pleasant feature of the afternoon. Cards containing six questions were distributed, each question to le uusweied by words lieginning with the Mime letters as t...

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. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Some Biscuit and Cake are light, sweet and wholesome, while others are sour, heavy, bitter, unpalatable The same flour, butter, eggs and sugar are used ; what makes the difference? It's alt in the baking powder I DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER can he depended upon always to make the food light, sweet, delicious and wholesome. This is because it is scientifically and accurately combined and con tains the purest grape cream of tartar, the most healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years in the finest leavening preparations. PRICE BAKING POWOEn CO., CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF LcHtcr Hannbcrgcr In quite flick with typhoid fever. Hev. W. II. Leyburn, of Slater, wan In Mamhall Friday. Mrs. Mary Slater of Klm drove, wuh In town Saturday. Mrri. A lux Long, of Shackelford, wan a vlnltor Saturday. II. II. Pamon left Sunday after noon for Hickory county. MIhh Lulu Corder wuh queen of tho flower parade at Waverly. Arch Naylor Hent Sunday with Napton frlcndH for a c...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. .ludd Parrlnh will vIhII Marnhall anon. Kmmcll Parrlnh nient Sunday at Miami. Henry Poller loft Sunday morning for Hlgglnivlllo. Schooling Chapllnc returned Mon lay from St. txiuin. !). I). IiiffKliiM npent Monday In Hoonvlllo on IxiMlncriN. A. K. Ixioml left Monday night for a ttirtlnpMitrli to Hi. Louis. Kenneth lltinton In down again with malarial fever at hU home on High land. Minn Nannie Dooley left Saturday night for a vlnlt to relatives In Ken tucky. .loo Hedinan made a trip to' Arrow Hook Friday where lie talked life In-mirancc. Mm. K. I.. Hrown returned Satur day from a vlnll to her parentrt at Armntrong. MIhh Ll..le Wiley returned Monday from Odcnnu where nhe attended the Street Fair. William Walton, of Mutter, Mo wax In Marnhall thin week vlnltlug old frlemU. Major Dudley went to Ilenton county Monday to look ufter hln funn ing InlercnlH. MIhh Julia Wattn left Saturday foY a vUlt to relative and frlendn In Ioulnlana, Mo. Win. Ilerryina...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. Bnrlington Boute- New through trains to Portland and Puget Souml, "Tlio nurllngton-North-crn Paclflo Kxpross," a Now Dally Through Train from Kansas City and St. Joseph for Lincoln, Northwest Nebraska, Hlaek Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Tacotna, Seattle, Puget Sound and Portland, Oregon, via Hillings, Montuna-tho short Hue and time saver to the Up IH.T Northwest. To Central Montana In 4.1 hours: to the Puget Sound In 70 hours from the Missouri Ittver. Through coaches and chair ears, through tourist sleecrs, through din Inir car service and standard slcecrs. This Is the main traveled road Mis souri IMvor to the Northwest. Number li, Kunsus City and St. Joseph to Nebraska, Denver, Color ado, Utah, Paelllu Coast and thu Northwest, via Ogden: also to the Northwest Montana. Washington, Oregon, via Lincoln and Hillings. Weekly California Excursions. Number 1, "Nebrasku-Colorado Kxpress," from Kansas City and St. Joseph-the latest night train for Ne braska, Col...

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. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ADMIRAL BELKNAP TOR MCKINLEY Bj. "The Tumultuous Beating of the Tom-Toffls of Alleged Imperialism Have But a Hollow Sound." Hoar Admiral fleorge F Hclknap will viitii fur MuKlnley and Hoonuvelt. 1 1 In reaon for mo doing arc briefly and tersely Htatcd In tlio following word 8 : "Von ak mo fur 'tin exprenlon of oilnlnn bh to thu duty, during the prcnent prenldcntlol campaign, of Democrat who Htlll ehcrlnh the faith of Joffomon and 1'levclund, whether they Nhould vote for thu re-election of President MuKlnley or vote for Mr. Hryan.' "In renponne to Mich rcquut, I beg to uy hrlcllly that, In my judgment, thi' qucnllnn that confront thu coun try iiiohI dlntlnctlvcly und inont mena cingly today, aru lhoo affecting tin titabtllty of thu currency and thu In tegrity of thu courts. It I Idle to nay that Much qiictlnn havu now liecn relegated to tin contention of thu punt, In view of tin- fuel that thu 'HI to V and 'government hy Injunction' hcicnlcn, adopted hy thu Chica...

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. — 19 October 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. . HOW MISSOURI VOTED. A Little Table With a Tale of Promise for Republicans- The following if the vote of Ml nourl for the governor wince 181!): T. T. Crittenden, I) 207,070 D. 1 Dyer, It I. VI, WW V. Drown, l :W,3I0 wu Marmaduke, I) 2M.8H.1 Ford, It. aiyl 1 LllT.IKM Drookn, I'rohll 10.420 1 SHS. Francl, D iV,7(l4 Kimball, It 242..VII Majmiiig. Union Labor l". l:W Lowe, I'rohlb Stone, I) 27.".,OH Warner. It 2MIKI lA'onard :7,20l Sobrlenkl :Ml lf!MI. Stephen, D .Vit.U',2 U'tvl, it :i07,721l I'arriH....'"1 Quite a Difference. During Republican admlutxtrntion the Intereft-lionrlng debt of the Unit ed Slate wiih reduced from nearly 2,4(10 million!, of dollar-it to tVO tiillll ou at an average rate of about U7 million of dollars a year. During Cleveland' udmlnUtrntlou tliln debt wan Increased nearly to Kr rent, at the rate of 00 million of dol lar a year, an Increase of about INI mlllloiiH more than the cot of the Spanth anil Philippine war and thl wu done by the Dem...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HEAR ..Tracy.. At Court House Saturday Night LOCAL IN 1RIEF. Iloptihllcan Hpcuklug utoourt limine Saturday night. Mm. Wiley returned Tucnday from n vlnlt to rclatlvcn. Sheriff Wllnon hik-iiI Tucnday with relative In M Intnl. (i. M. Prunclnco drove to Miami iiimI buck on Tnenduy. Hnm .lonon will lecture nt H Inter on tlm i'lid of HiIh montli. mIhh Maude Crutchcr, of Naptnu, WUH nllopplllg TllCnduy. Win. Ilolton, or l'xliiL'tin. wiih 11 visitor In our city Motnlny. Ilcur r.x-Congrcn mnti Tracy at Court UmiM' Suturility night. MIhh F.tllo Chuntulti In out again uftcr u week' IIIiich with fever. Mrn. C. W. IMH'r returned uondny from 11 vlnlt to relatives ut Almu. (). If. llurrU, of Ht. 1 .011 In, wuh In MiinIiuII Tucnduy and Wcdncnduy. Hear lion. .Ino. I'.Trney, of Sprint: Held, ut Court hoiiHti Suturday night. I.oiiIh (illilH, of St. Lou In, npcnt Sundiiy with bin family on Ycrby St. C. L. Hell and wife returned Tuon day from a vinli to rclutlvcn at Miami. Mr. .1. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Constitutional Ameudmenti. Seven amendments to llie eonstltu thin of Missouri are to be votel upon at the November election. The HrM. amendment provide that IK'fKOtis may be proceeded against criminally by information an well as Indictment. Under the present consti tution Indictment by grand jury Is necessary. The amendment would permit thu llllti); of Infotmatton for felony or misdemeanor as a concur rent remedy and would save a consid erable amount each year In criminal costs. The second amendment provides that a MKclal tax not to exceed 1, cents on the 41(10 may le levied for roads and bridges. The amendment does not levy the tax. It merely gives counties that so desire the privilege of levying It. Vote Yes. The third amendment provides for the taxation of mortgages. I'ndcr Its provisions the holder of a mortgagu pays the tax upon the profwrty mort gaged In proportion to the amount of the mortgage. Under the present con stitution the debtor pays all the lax a...

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. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. There ii No Doubt About Mr. Clew Und'i Petition There In no longer any uncertainty about where Orovcr Cleveland stands In thin campaign. The former President of the United States Is against Hryanlsm and against Bryan. John 8. Green of Louisville wrote to tho former President Inquiring If ho hail changed his vlewiion tho financial question ax expressed In hi letter to Chicago business men on April 1.1, ihu;. Mr. Cleveland's reply to Mr. Green U an follows: 'lluxxard'H Hay, Oct. 7, 1IKW. Jno. S. Green, Khcj . Dear Sir: I have re ceived your letter, Incloitlng a copy of my letter written more than live yearn ago to tho business men of Chicago. I had not seen It In n long time, but it seems to me I could not ittate tho cane belter at thin time If I should try. 1 huvo not changed my opinion oh there in expressed In the least.. Yours truly, "GKOVKIt Cl.KVKI.ANI." Tho letter win written live yours ago to William T. Ilaker, Geo. N. Smith, John O. Uoche, T. W. Harvey, Da...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BRYAN'S INCONSISTENCY He Distinguishes Between Good and Bad Monopolies According as His Friends Are or Are Not Interested in Them. Bryan says that those who at tempt to divide private monopolies into good monopolies and bad mo nopolies will never make any pro Kress towards the overthrow of trusts. Hut Bryan docs not say n word against any monopoly, however criminal when his friends are in it. He says the Ice Trust is "a lo cal affair." This is not true. The company transacts a whole sale and retail business in the city of Greater New York, N. Y.; in Philadelphia, Pa ; in Baltimore, Md.; in Washington. D. C; in Camden, N. J.; Lakewood, N. J.; and at Atlantic City, N". J. The trust, therefore, having its home in New Jersey, the business it transacts can be local only in Camden, Lakewood and Atlantic City. I cannot be local in Greater New York, Philadelphia and Washing ton, where it transacts an interstate wholesale and retail business. Its interstate docks and pla...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL- "REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. OCTOBER 26. 1900. NO. 55. OFALLON ARRAIGNS THE MACHINE. Hon. S. F. O'Falloii, the Republican can didate for attorney-general, and a member of the Inst legislature, spoke in the circuit court room of this city Thursday afternoon to an enthusiastic audience of Republicans, who repeatedly cheered his ringing rebukes of the machine government now in control at Jeffer son City, and his prophecies of Flory's elec tion aroused even greater applause upon the part of his hearers. In opening, he declared the paramount is sue ot the campaign to be the prosperity of the country at this time, to which he pointed in vivid contrast the utterances of Bryan in 1H96, who could see naught but falling prices and lower wages, so long as the gold standard was maintained. He did not claim credit for the good crops as Democrats enjoy mistat ing, but attributed much of our present wel fare to the confidence restored and preserved by the admi...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tho I'ostofflco In Marshall, Mo., as necond-cla. matter. TKKMS: 11.00 IEU YEAR IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, OCT. 26, I9OO. CARRINGTONS STATEMENT. The Democrats propose to rid themselves of the school-fund mismanagement and jugglery charge by labeling the same " He." If they have no better argument sustaining their re cord and action in this matter than so far ad vanced, it might be well that they simply brand all such attacks as lies, as their expla nations have only served to furnish further condemnatory evidence. A plank in their state platform has been proven a lic'and Is so acknowledged by Seibert's own statement. Will the people be quick to accept this charge of those who arc already pleading guilty to falsehood in one instance? Not much, as any confidence they may have had in sonic oi our state officials, has been too severely shak en by recent disclosures. Carriugton opens his argument, showing the amounts paid int...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DID YOU GET ONE I Democratic State Committee Cloaks a Falae Charge in a Confiden tial Letter to Some Sa line Worker. The Rkhuimcan Is in receipt of a wry interesting letter, sent out by the Democratic Stnte Committee to voters of that party in Saline county. But not all the Democrats of four yearn ago can be thus clav sifitd thin year and of a conse quence, these confidential commu nications are leaking out. Of course it is nothing more thnn a printed circular in typewriter ink and type, with the address inserted nhnvc by typewriter rnd bearing the printed signature of J. M. Sciliert as chairman. Hut perhaps, some will tnke the same for a personal and individual letter, and feel in high feather over the honor thus iu their mind confcired. The only serious objection any one could have to the secret dis semination of such matter as it con tains, is found in the charge of a coiruption fund sent out by Mark Hanua ns made in the opening par-agraph- It is foolish ami-...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE DEMOCRATIC BARBECUE. "The Greatest DemoMtration Dock' ery Hat Witnessed, Ghren Him in ManhaU'SoHe Say, a Very Satisfactory States ment for RepuMi' can to Accept. The Democrat barbecue held in this city Inst Friday was "the great est demonstration Dockcry has re ceived in this campaign." These nre the words of the candidate him self. The Republicans of Missouri should gladly accept them as true, for if the partisans of Mr. Dockcry nre not rallying to his standard with more manifest enthusiasm and in larger numbers than was the rase Inst Friday, he stands badly in need of rallies and waken ing influence throughout Missouri. Conservative Democrats estimntc the crowd at eight to ten thousand people, a considerable difference from the estimate of 20,000 by the St. Louis Republic, whose repre sentative is traveling with Mr. Dockcry. The special trains which "poured forth their hundreds" were a good illustration of the cxaggcra tion used in describing the crowd. Th...

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. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Colonel Tracy at Marshall. Colonel John P. Tracy of Springfield, wlio represented the Seventh district in congress '94 to '96, succeeding Mr. Heard, spoke nt Mnrslinll Ssittirday night in the county cotirt room. Though the capacity jtf the hnll wns small, every scat was taken while many were left to stand. Dr. Waguei occupied the circuit court room th:it night and the conflict of dates, necessitated using the small er west room. Colonel Tracy has lost none of his old time vigor mid put the is sues squarely before his hearers. His talk was di voted almost entire ly to state issues nud'"e.secinlly to the school fund in reference to the state debt. He reviewed the his tory of Missouri, showing how this debt hiid been brought about and compared the nmouuts it hail been decieased by under Republican and Democratic rule. He told of how much had Ik'cii collected under the sinking fund tax and showed the discrepancy between this figure anil the amouut'the debt bad act w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

1KSHALL REPUBLICAN. W. P. Greenlee. W. P. Greenlee, one of Siline's most highly respected citizens. lKtl nt the home of his daughter, Mrs. William See, on the corner of Sum mit street mid Redman avenue, on Monday afternoon, OcioIkt 2jd. He had been in poor health for six months and for four weeks had been failing very rapidly. He was born in Rockbridge coun ty, Virginia. May 16, 1825: was married to Miss F.lizn H. lfristne November 6, 1850, and lived in Rockbridge county until April, 1857, when ho moved to Johnson county, Mo., and settled nlwmt ten miles north of Wnrren-burg. Mr. Greenlee was converted in n meet ing held nt Falling Springs. Vn., conducted by Rev. Mr. White, D. 1)., of Lexington, Va., and Rev John Hwing in 184S, and when he moved to Johnson county he united with the Presbyterian church at Wnrrensburg and continued to wor ship regularly with that denomina tion until the war divided the church, when he united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church nt Oak drove. He wit...

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. — 26 October 1900

ttJtttiitttittiitittttti 8 8 8 HEAR THE DEMOCRAT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Ariel Quartet. Monday evening, Oct. 39, prom ises to liu a gay evening in Mar shall's social circlet when the Ariel QnntUt will make its first public appearance with Prof. If tiger as pianist. They will he ns- misled by Kolert Wnrd, elocution ist; Henry Pate in "Trochn," a Cohan selection and Miss Clam Hrowu, who has Ik en selected hy this young quattet, will he the vo calist for the evening. The Ariel Quartet is composed of four hoys ranging in age from 12 to 18 years. They are Lclnud and Charles Viley, Horace nud Joseph Leonard, nil of whom are gifted iu a musical way and have lieen studying nud playing together fcr years. Their music has not only teeu a great pleasure to their friends hut to themselves ns welt. Tb ir selections will nil he new, bright nud catchy, several pieces having been arranged specially for this entertainment. Prof. Iftiger, chief director upon this occasion, has Ih-cii untiring in his effor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KB KING mm Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. Note. Avoid baking powder made from l... fl..... Itl,.. ....... I..... MIOIMKINOMWBUea. .u ... iwi iu , l"''" rig powder n : like pure ic enke, I o one can mixed with it without injury to health. ntitl mm. rtitc. V. n tnl.u lint nlitttt is n poison nnd no one can eat food LOCAL IN BRIEF Dr. O. A. Hiehurt, of Hluckburn, spent Saturday In the city. Mr. .IntncH Hoyer left Saturday for a visit to frlendH In Miami. The Now York Store received Wll cloak lunt week from New York. Mr. Pendleton, tlio guest of Mr. .1. W. Howell, hu returned homo. New Turkish Hath Tuh,4.00; never ustd. For sulo at thl oltloe. 24tf Dr. Mclennan and wife, of Ml. Leonard wore In Marshall Suturduy. Mr. .T C. Pullluin I very 111 at her homu in the northoust part of tho city. .1. n. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 October 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN iR.EF. Mrs. Paul Simon U visiting rela Hvch In llenton county. Judge J. D. Turley, of Cooper coun ty enjoyed thu harhecuu ou Friday. W. A. Swamrr, of Hnonvllle, was tho guest of Marshall friends recently. P. A. Fulkerson, of Halt Springs, wax a visitor In Marshall Saturday. Frank Taylor and wile, of Napton, were guests of Mrs. S. M. Taylor Fri day. Minn Ksma Reynolds In visiting hor lirotlirr, P. T. KeynoldH and wlfo at Slater. Mrn. Hall Maker and daughtcr,.Mis Myrtle, of Slater, were up shopping Saturday. .1 nines Koonan, of Kansas City, wan the guest of hi sister, Mr. V. Nooe on Friday. Mrn. II. K. Sumucls, of Mnrshnll, left Friday for n visit to relatives In Miii'on City. II. C. Mrimtli, of ltldge Prairie, was In Hie. county scat attending to busi ness Saturday. Itcv. Charles F.. Thomas prraclied at Saline eliureli ou Sunday aflernoon at three o'clock. Ileiiiiun Sflntnz, of Kansas City, nHnt Friday with his hrolher, Will Schun. of thin city. MIh Minn...

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