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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mlxx Amlcrxon In not axcnlimcntul Int. 'I'll)! xlnw puxxotfcx cxprexxlve of irentlo cmotloux urt l.'niutlfully u'lven, but It Ix In thoxu long, brilliant rutin, II I led with piixxlnn nml action Hint In dicate Hie iftilly tfreut. Slit -bowed with remarKiihlc dexterity, ln'liitflnn to her llxtfticrx it lirlllhitilly vivacious example of the hi'oml llcl'luii xelmol. Tint IVnj.rcx, Mlnni'iipnllx. At Mar.linll Opcrn HiiiiHC, Moniluy, Dir. lutli. K. W. Dawex ami wlfo were ut home In ii thorouuhly charming manner on Wcdncxdny, when they entertained at dinner in honor of Win. Klnjrcr.v ami wife Of KuilxllH t'lt.V. Till' llllllHT WUX Hplendldly prepared nml nerved, and the iluy a delightful one for the enter tained. Mr. nml Mrx. Duwcx art1 a iiiohI hnxpltuhlc ami cordial couple ami itn- model entertainer. Tin ItKiM'iii.ii'AN on Thurxduy en Joyed ui-all from oni;of ItKVulunl Sha ron xuhxerlher, Mr. .1. A. .lohnnn, whoocrved In thii I'ulnti Army under (icnc...

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. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. gtfttttitttttttttittfitfitfitttiW tit . t II fit fit t t t t t WANTED 3 fit fit S t t t t t I ! fit fit tit tit tit tit tit g Kvery person looking for Christmas goods to call at H. K. Naylor Hardware Jc Furniture Co's. store and see their lines. We have studied your wants and are this year better able to supply them than ever be fore. He sure and see our line of chairs, they are beauties. We have Just finished unpacking them the very latest in design and the finish is perfect. We Are Headquarters For 5 fit fit g S g g g g g fit fit fit fit fit fit fit fit fit g fit New Iron Beds, Parlor Tables, Leather Couches, Divans, Sidelioards, Combination Cases, Hook Cases. Children 's Chairs, Kasels and Screens, Chiffoniers, Ladies' Desks, lardincer Stands. Dining Tables Square and round. Music Hacks and Cabinets. A hundred other articles we could mention but for space. Hoy Wagons. Sleds, Pocket Knives, Razors. Carveiv, Skates. We want to see you all and show you our goods...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 14, 1900. NO. 45. COLONEL W. R. GIST DEAD. An Ex'Mayor of Marshall, an Old and Dittin guithed Resident, Paaaea Away at the County Farm. Colonel William Rector Gist, once tnnyor of Marshall in this city's earlier days, died nt the county fnriu north of town Wednesday, Dccvnihi'i 13, 1000, at 4:30 in the nfternoon. Since Inst M 11 roll, when he returned to Mar shall from the Indian Territory, his health hits been very poor, suffering intermittent with severe attacks of sickness, During this time, he was cared for most hospitably under the toof of friends, living most of the time nt the home of J. A. Fisher, and later nt lid Wood's, north of town. Three weeks ago he took up his abode nt the county farm, hut his bodily ills daily gained the letter of his strong cousitution and sapped his natural vitality until death brought relief from his sufferings. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. I)e Q Donehooof ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL KEPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ktitcrcd nt tilt I'o-tolllcc hi Mtit-xluill, Mil. iin ((vond-clns mutter. TKIIMS: II.OD I 'Kit YI'.AW IN AOVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOl'kl. IIKC. 14. 1900. CHARITY'S SEASON. Charity is too good an impulse to be re strained nt any time, tint Christmas lias come to he its fruitful season. Christmas, the time (if making merry, of dismissing care and busi ness perplexities, removes men from the ac tivities and routine pleasures of the year and seemingly places them in a different relation to their fellows. All, mt-mhvt of the human family, their positions are not changed, but only seen in a new light and the attending duties recognized. This is what Christmas does, Removed fiom the busy whirl, our eyes ate turned not upon outselves but upon others and their needs. The opportunities long neglected press down upon aroused hearts and charity springs forth as the fruit of Mich contemplation. Vet how many are content with 'the e...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HOUSTON.BROWN. Mr. S. P. Houston and Miss Laura Brown Married Tuesday at Home of Bride in Malta Bend. On tlit evening of Tuesday, De ccmber ntli, too. Mr. Sherman Purely Houston ntul Miss Iturn Heunctt Hrnwn were married nt the home of tin bride's patents, Judge mid Mrs. A. V Hrown, in Mnliu llend. The contracting purlin sought to make the event a quiet and un ostentatious nlTaii, and in accord mice with this desire iMh..i thrireVcr irtfWIII nfr1.ilitv. hs tnprc-jii. pari, only the immediate relatives ,,;,.,.,, ,, slr;(iKll forward ct well nuda ew mutual fnends were pres, K.ck,,,M ,, W)llH.rvalive jn,,K. enl. ......s.m,,,.M,s...i.,.spreiiy home, while simple, were of the H.oictM (lowers. The parlor, re nl,.v,....-i,H, ..,... ..earn ,11. lines ami imtmsiui! c hrvsanthe innins. touched oh liy the giccnery ol i railing vines, presented a hower like appearance and made an ap propriate scene (or the pledging of nuptial vows. At y.o o'clock, the nptMiiutcd hour. Mis G...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Band Boyt Meeting. The Hand hoys met in the Cir cuit Court room on Tuesday even ing, Dee. nth. as hid been previ-' oiisly announced. Hut few of the business men ol Marshall turned out; however those who did attend showed considerable interest and if the citizens of Marshall will only assist these gentlemen in giving the hand hoys a lift, things will J run smoothly and the Marshall Hand, which has been a credit and of much value to our town and coun ty, will continue to be an organiza ! tion. Otherwise there will I12 no Marshall Concert Hand. 1 The Hand entertained the audi-' encc, playing some of their !.esti elections for about ,v minutes or more, alter which A. F. Rector made a practical talk, cnmpliuu tit inn the baud upon their success and piogrcss since their organisa tion, acknowledging their assistance to Marshall in the past and making known the fact that the band was at present in debt for instruments, uniforms, also for the services of a teaclu-r, amou...

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. — 14 December 1900

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 $ 9 $ I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ( 9 9 9 9 $ 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (i 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 a 9 9 9 9 9 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE NEW YORK STORE Christmas Presents for Evervonc Our Storo in Just Full of Useful Christmas Presents For Everyone Tin gift wo tut; making thin .war to our customers is tlin In'stgooils lor tins loast monov Christmas Presents for Everyone Pillows. V have a very pretty lot if ready made pillnw.H, imported from Japan We have only a lew and tlivy are going f'lst. Pillow Tops. We linve exclusive styles in pretty pillow tops, silk and cotton cords. A pretty pillow is a very useful Rift to anyone. Rugs Another one of the many useful holiday gifts is a pretty rug. Our Christinas lot is ready to lu inspect' ed. Hitro in it Christmas Pivsont for Kwiy Latly who has not Bought hor Wintor Coat Wo Am OHoiing All Ladies' Short Jackets Iaw 15 Por Ct. Discount. Mush and Oolf Capes Loss '2!i Ptr Ct. Dim-omit. Tim season Iiiih !h((!H to...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL K!:PUhLICAN. Teachers' Meeting at Gilliam. J. S. M. Huff returned 1 rittuy from a visit through the northeast cm put of the county, with eti coiiragiug reports of tlie condition of schools. On Saturday, he at tended :t very successful teachers' meeting at Gilliam where they or ganized for the winter Professor lluutplirey wis elected clriirmin. inul Miss Jullla Redman, secretary. Tlie follow inn prngatn was given, after which the meeting adjourned to meet the second Saturday in Jan nary : CKOCKA.M. 1. School Tactics in) Move ments in and out of School: (It) Movements to and from Class, Kathrynie Irvine, L. C.csity. So phia Snow. I) I). Cmnphirll. Chart Shoti-e, Mahel Davison 2. Classification -a) Course of Study: (! Kepoit-; n'i Kxainin ations: .! Grades. G. I. Hum- A Christmas Letter Dear Auntie: As sin.ii as your letter was received, I went out in town to see what 1 could find in the way of presmts for uncle and the hoys. I went first to the New York Stoic, hut I ptoceeded...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I PRICES CUT TO THE QUICK I O'Day means business. A few prices quoted. Kvery article in stock at correspondingly low prices. A look will satisfy you that this cut in prices is genuine : : : : $4.48 buys a Him Heaver Overcoat worth $0.A0 $6.50 buys an Irish I'riezc hcreoat worth 0.00 i $3.50 buys a Covert Coat worth $0.00 $6.00 buys a (itcy Oxford Overcoat worth Sl.no A big stork of voreoats to select from, rang ing In price from 3.50 to $18, ami my price is sev eral dollars cheaper than other houses. I?' Come quick if von want bargains. $4.K buys a Kersey Suit that is cheap at ?7..10 10.00 buys an Auburn Melton in (tray, Mrowu anil Tan. Thciie suits sell regularly at 14 7..10 buys an all wool fancy Cassimere Suit, formerly sold at 10.00. 12.. 10 buys a fancy Worsted Suit, cheap at 1.1 00 Hoys' Suits a big stock which will go quick from I. fill to 7.A0. Youths' Suits big values fiom .'LOO to 1.1.00. vSorTIIKAST COUNKIt svi'Aiti: 1 I 3: I - 3: i THE O'DATyT CLOTHI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reading Circle The Kpworth League Reading Circle of the Methodist church, South, met on Tuesday evening nt the church, when Mr. Pierce Hew ley not being able to .serve, Miss Minnie Putsch acted ns hudtr on thc"Lifeof Shaftsbury." At each meeting, the circle give some phase of his life and this even ing his connection with the schools for ragged children in London was studied, resulting in a very animat ed discussion as to his wonderful work in the great city of London. "Entering on Life" is one of the books the circle are studying. "Rending" was the subject upon this evening with Mi Katrina 1 Dance ( Weber), Miss Mary Dysart. Putsch as leader. This paper was' Piano Solo Serenade (Sehu full of excellent advice as to what 1 bert ), Mrs. J. A. Whitted. Ixxiks to read and how to read them. j Vocal Solo Selection from "IK r The author for the evening was I Frcischuu" (Weber), Mrs. C II. Mrs. Kliahelh llaruet llrowuing; Vausioue. an iuteiestiug sketch of her was Piano...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. fittJttJfitt' JJJ OtJ JJ JJj OO OO JJtt JHO ft ft ft ft s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft WANTED Kvery jerson looking for Christmas goods to mil ill H. F. Naylor Hardware A: Furniture Co's. store anil him! their linen. We have 1 studied your wants anil am this year belter able to supply them than ever be fore. Ho sun; and see our lino of chairs, they are beauties. Wo have Just finished unpacking thorn the very Into! in design and the finish is perfect. Now Iron Hods, Parlor Tables, Leather Couches, Divans, Sideboards. Combination Cases, Hook Cases, Children's Chairs. Easels and Screens, Chifroulors, Ladies' Desks, .lardiuoer Stands, Dining TablesSquare and round. Music Hacks and Cabinets. A hundred other articles wo could mention but for space. Wo Are Headquarters For Hoy Wagons. Sleds. Pocket Knives, Razors, Carvers, Skates. Wo want to see you all and show you our gds. We can then sell youfor our goods and prices are right. ft ft ft ft s ft ft ft ft ft s s ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

ft ft u ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft New Y o r k Racket is the wond er of the commercial world, and yet it is onlv in its infancv. A December Clearing Out Sale in I juli- -" .lat-kil-. Cape- ail "llr- Il -. I " 1 1 i I I r 1 1 ' .larke t- ami In flint-" Cloak-. We nrc iroiti'j to let nur t'ti tin -toek of Clonk-. .larket-and Collarette- ::o in i til- Chrl-tiun- s.i(. ill price- If lli;in tin fuetoiie- churned ii- for t emid-carl.v in ilic-fit-iui. What m haf on hand mid lint we lnm- ju-t Ittniulil will make :i .nr-inent-for tun to pick from. cm-i-t-liiu 4r 111 llm t mid nire-l irootl- In town. We ulwn.v- nl till- time of lilt jcnrluiy -.'real lul- tf Clunk-. .luek ti mill Collarette- with :i return prlilt'i:i''iirl-liiiii-il.':,. -it we hnxe limn lit carry oxer, mul will make .miii tin- price- iii-tt'iitl nf -nilliiL llini luick. We haf nl.-f Mack cllai-ll-- ft.r Chrl-tuiu- :n - I in Hnu-mul '! Iiirt-l I....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. M CREAM Baking Powder In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. Niiih. miCC BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF Thomas otlcy vl-ltcd Savannah, this week. Will Itnlnc.v wu in l.e.luj;ioii Mon day Oil llUslui'--. Thomas Chilcott. of Miami. wu- in Mar-hall I'rlday. Harry U'll-iu. spent Suuilny with llliicklMiru friends, IE, W Cowan, of Salt Stings, was In tin city Monday. Ml-- I .ma Hlcliiirdsou. of Nelson, was a visitor Friday, S. I'. Houston, of Malta lleiid. was in Mar-hall Monday. Henry T. 1,'eiiiiaii. of Malta lleud. wa- In the elty Saturilay . .1. W. Ilohertsou. of Ml. I iiinil, was in Marshall Saturilay. .1 nines I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF At tin Now York Store, you will llliil a hint of ti-t'fill present for Chrlnlman. Scott Mamhall, of the county re turned liut week from u visit to Kd i;ar Meredith ami fntnlly In the Imllnii Nntlon. MIhkch hotline ViinDykc.'l.ynn tawU ami Juliette Hoolt, returned Mon ilny from it (lollhtf ill vlnlt to Minn Virginia Smith nt Naptoti. Mm. Willie M. Wood anil tliwyh tcm. Mm. C. M. Hiickncr inn) Minn Frunrcn Wood, atti'iuli'tl tin oirra nt KutiHitH City Montluy nlflit. .Inilui! DuvW who Ih hnhllni; court ul l.cxliitton. will return Hntiiriliiy uml Hpcnil Sunday ul home, rctiirnlnt; to la.xlnirtoii iiirulii on Momluy. Mm. Knti' Ayren nml iliuitthtcr, Florence, uml niece. Minn Cimiiu'Iii Huston, of Arrow-Itoek, were dinner (uitH of llnii 1 Hurt Momluy. Mm. t). I,. Hiili'hlnirM vinlted Kim mi Clly frlcml tliln week ami took In, Hie opera. She I a mxnt lover of inu-.li uml I ipiltc mulcal hcmclf. Tin mi' Ilcht nt the Mo. I'm;. rronn liiir ou .IcITcmoii av...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' LOCAL IN BRIEF J. V. Wltherliee. u entile man. who with his wife spent several month In It. S. Hlehnrt. nf Nnpton. was up.onrelty ul Hotel Hint, wit- here M on- Monday. l.v. A. .1. Hurt, (if Wiitiumaker, wo the cltv Momliiy. In N. II. Dntson, nf Nelson, wit n vis It a ii here Monday. I'riink Aytr. of Slater county cent Tuesday. wu In the II. I. Ilnlsel. of Pilot (irnvc.vl-ltcd friend- here Sunday. IS. 'I'. 1'i-nee. of Niiliton. uncut Still day with friend here. ' t'eell Wilson eiune In Tiic-dny even iiiir from n uccc--fiil trip. I'runk Urnwu nniile n lui-lne trip to Sull-bur.v thl- week. Itiptherln hu- entltely ill nppenreil from the Nnpton nelu'hhorhooil. Willi- W. Splmr. of Chlcngo. I vl-lt Im: hi- purciil- nnil family . .1. I., nml S. I', llon-lon. of Mnllu lli-nil. were In our town .Momliiy. C W. 1'iirent mnile a trip to Sinter M 1 1 I : i nml led Tuc-dii.v for ton. Mnnee. J J At the New York Store von w I I llml u hot ol uefnl prc-ent- for Chrl-t. inn-. ....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Audrey O'NYII, nf Hlin'liiii ii. wu III Mm -hull Tiic-iluy. Aii'li Nn Inr H'nt Mniuluy evenlue; with IiIi iiiN ni N.iptnn. Mr. iiml Mix. .1. M. Iliitllelil nte vMilnir Sinter filrnil- thl- week. MlMI-tllll MII', llf Clllllllllllll. WU- lln- u'ucKt nf Mur-luill fi lcmU Moniluy. II. S. (!i(ic of I'liru. Niutli ln knla. I- iiiukitiir M n r-It m 1 1 fi'l.niU ii vl,lt. Al tin' .Ww Vnik SliMf .win will llml a lni-l nf ii-eful pie-i'iit (iic lii l-liinin. Mi. .Innie (iiimltWii. iif AIiiiii, will mi lvi- IVIila, fnfiivl-.lt to Mix. I!, i:. I.. Suilili. Mr. iiml Mr-. .1. W. Vnui lire uir In Si. I I -. Ihl- wivk wild ii vlrw ni liii'lltillir thru'. Mix- Mllll.. Me.llllMii. uf Arum Unek, wiif. Hi.- .ue.t nf Mt. Itrll mi Tiienliii. Mi-. (;, S. Ilmilln nrli'il ii. Mih-tl-Dili, fur Ml. Whltuker lim ine; licruli- M'lll'l' m I . ii I-1 II 1 1 tt . ir-. Alfiril Slirpliriil, of Malm lt ml. wu the uiifxt llii wrk nf lirr ii. nihil'. Mi-. Sii-ihi .liiiiil-iin. Iti'V...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MI880URI REPUBLICANS. State Committee Meets at St. Louis and Decides to Maintain Open Headqnar ters Alto Takes Action Upon Itidora-mentt. Tlx lU'piilillt'un xtate committee held a very entliuxlutlc nni'tltir at tin l.ltiilell Motel In St, I.nttht Monday. all ineinicr except three ix-hitf prcx ent nni Ihcxc were rcnrexciitcil iv priixv. ' ei... .. t .. .....i.... ...i..... i... .n .in.-... iniiiii nun iii-iii.ii umi'ii i.t. i t.. ... .1. . mi' t-iiiiiiiiiiiev ivux in iiivor 01 uici maintenance of open hiMidiiiurtcri itt the t.lmlell lloiel ilnrln.r Mm miliHr i cxxlon of the LenNlatliic. at the nil Joiirnnient of which hoily another niirtlnjr of the eomnilttee will he hehl to determine whether "open hoitxc" hull he continued through the .war. Itelutlve to the iitl'lhullon of pat I'ouaue. the rnl!oulnr reollltlon utirt pllxxctl: l.c-ohcd, That the Inilnrxfitifiil of the chalrmiiu and xccrrtnry of the -late eomnilttee xhall ileH-nil larucly upon the lomil oiuaiil.at...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI RIVER IMPROVEMENT. -ft? 'f ift? t? Strong Opposition to Appropriation Money for Rip-Rip Wutk. of Washington, I). ('., Dec. l A spe rial hearing wn granted this evening to the iiiciiiIhts of the Missouri dele gation wlio iiici Interested In the Im provement of tin Missouri Ittver. An Int limit Inn liiul gnno nut to tin elTect lliul llit house committee on river. mill limitors liiul derided tluit it would mi longer innki1 appropriations for Urn MIshiiii'I Itl.'cr committee mill for tlii Improvement of the river. It hu reported In this I'oiiiH'i'tlon that tlu iMiiiimilti'i1 uicmlicrs liiul expressed llll'IIISt'lVCS IIS llls-lltl-lll'll Willi the ll- suits v Ii It'll IiiiiI heeii olitiihicil, mill tliut their plans contemplated u prac tical aliaiiiloiiini'iit of tln river, hi far ih governmental Improvement- arc I'oiiccrncil. It wiih t In--. rumor which prompted llii1 hi'in lnir of this evening. Tin Ml miiii I icprc-cniutlvcs stated their ca-i' us strongly ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route. New llnoiitfli tntliix to I'ortliiiul mill I'lim-t Sonml, ''riu' Hnrlliiutnii-Noith-fin I'ai'llli' llxpn ." u New Dully Tlirniiirli Train from Kati-a- City mill St. .loeph fui' Lincoln. Northucxt Nchru-ka. MliH'k IIIII-. Wyoming. Miintaiui. Wu-liliiirloti, Tiicninu. Seattle. I'uuct Souml mill I'lirtliiml, Dublin, via llllllnu'-, .Molilalia tin -hurl 1 tin ami time -ucr lo thi! I'p ht Noriliuc-t. To Central Mnntmia In i:i hour-: to tin' I'nu'i'l Souml in To hour- fi'iim tin1 Mlf-ourl lllvcr. Tliroiiu'li couchc- ami chair far-. th"ouyh Iimii I-i !li i'Hi'., iIm'iiiil'Ii tl 1 11 liii? i-ar i-civlcc ami Mmuluril -lccpcrf. Till-I-the main travclcil mail Ml-- Mllll'l lllVlT lO lilt' NlUtlUVe-l. NiiiiiImt I.'i. K uti-ii- City anil St. .lo-cpli lo Nclim-Uii. Denver. Color iiilo. I'tiili. I'iii'IHi' foa-t ami tin' Noilhuc-t. tin Otfilfii: uln to tin NortliurM Miinlmiii. Wa-hliitJtoii, Oivuiiti. via Lincoln ami Wllliis:-. Weekly alifornla '. lon-. Niimli...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE CANDY QUESTION In nil Important nl thin time. Parents, School Teachers and Churchex Attention! When yon liuy Candy for the little, ones you want, llrxt pure anil Im'hI quality: xceond your innneyV worth I.ooiiiIm Ix prepared to take earn of thlx part of your Christmas purchases, with a big xtock of tin very IhhI Home Made Candles, at price to meet all 'oinx'tltlon. Agent for (Junthcr'ii and Plnw'x Celebrated Candles. A litir xtock of Frnltx and New Nutx. at prlcex that cannot ln itx't hy other dealers. Order one of l.oomW Fruit Cakex for Chrlxtmax. Your, for Bu.inc A E LOOMIS, NOHTII MIHK CONKKlTlllNKII LOCAL IN BRIEF. You art1 all welcome at the Marshall Hook Store. -W .1. A. Meiciilf. of Slater. win up Wcdnesduv. I.. P. VI Icy xpent Wednesday lo Kansas City. Sam (SHIIam, of Ayrcx wax hi Mar shall Monday. Charlie Klneald M'iit Wednesday In Khiihiih City. It. T Mun-llolil. of 1 .11 in nr. wax a visitor Wednesday. It. I. Scnccr left Wednexday for St. l.oulx h...

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