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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 July 1899

1 1 THE MARSHALL llEl'UJIIAVAN. July 21, 181'U 1 ihU tmiirr H'liMUltn i-lKtrrii DID NOT TROUBLE HIM. Lights Went Out on Rev. D.vid. Blind Preacher, Bui He Hept Right on Talking. It. v. S. M. Il.nld. tli. Mlml llnp. 1 1 - nilnMcr. l quite cll tiuiw n In Mitr)tillc. iri-m tiiH lit the lluillt rhureli tt Sitniln ftinlnr. lie hail Hot mil) (nlrl) tnrtctl In hi. ill.. emir. . wh( n llir i-liWrk' lltfht ami il.iili nl nut. I!ei. Ihitltl I. mi ri.iiiilii.l Idlnil that In- eatiimt ill.. liiiKul.h llirht (mm il.rkne., nnl the mill, n i liati., illil 1ml tmthcr him ut all. Ill' "t,l rluht i.n ireni'lilli,i. lie noratit ' hii' l.,iil otvurrvd. although til ruiii'n miilon i i.ti more mi Mm Mi,. n n. .n.tlil - the farm til Itn iteni.i-. h arcr remained per h l ,111.' il .l lie ..,luilcteil til. ill.. con i .hirrttit'... When l -llil'i.i.'li 'i- iiuiiiiiinci'd lh' Iimuii tlm In-.1 .n .1 "niiir. 'flute vn ii .'ii.it -I1 IIIHI ' 'l'-ll III' 'tl'llt I ill..".. Dm III, -lie Il.'l.'. Inn, ) i ii .. i,...

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. — 21 July 1899

July J1, 1801). 'JJAQ MARSHALL JlEPUJiUOAN. ir. "A Little Spark May Make Much Work." The little "spris" ef tj J HcmJ lurking in the tystrm should he suencheJ tuth llmt s Sa'sap mlU, Amenci's greil Hm purifier. It purifies, 1'itjtlises AnJ enriches the UiXlof bothitsts And Ali Ages. Curet scrofulj, SAtt thetm, JyiptpsU, cttirth. J&odb Sauahatift 9 ittmt m hi 11 An Exploded Scntition. Sliirlir lA nr. mvniupiiuliilli) I'n I'titlinr Atlnrni') HrinlK v . " i lnlU I Mir, two nr tliim- iii'UpiiH-r rt n mul four II ulli'n from Ilu Jnll wi-nt nut It IId ii'iiu-tir) Ttn'iln) ultri noun mill !YiIihUiI hm lnililnt M'ii"itlinu. Sunn- lino hint iinlllltil Die Slit rill Itiul Hu ll' nn ii (loll niiiiiiul lit i mtli In llu iilil ii itutir) . Sii"plrliiun nl foul iluy win iiriiii"t'il. itinl vlniinin nf ilrml IhhIIi lini liil tn lilili- mini' tor rllili' rrlino wi'iv onlli'il up lutlu'inlml ill 'iiili' llvlnir li :if vttn- ii in. li i) On uirlrltnr lit tin' jirni')mil tin- fun trM"!! priiilm-cil...

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. — 21 July 1899

Ill THE MARSHALL ItEPUJlLWAN. July 21, WAIT FOR THE WORLD'S TWO BIGGEST AND RICHEST SHOWS UNITED. MARSHALL, NOT UNTIL SlTL'v'MV, The Latest Show Element. TEN BIGGER THAN ALL. Combined Shows COmin to Marshall. Almost Here - 4-PAW AND SELLS flic Greatest Ever Coining with Banners Flying Direct from Surpassingly Splendid Triumphs at Madison Square Garden, New York. 2 Biggcsl" Menageries,, y Z Bissesr Circuses, Ci BiG5t hippodremcS f?P Glorious, toed on Millions, True. Moral, ft Sag i ir PL, i LSO W. Sfe A Permanent Onion of the World's Acknowledged Amusement Giants. More Wild Animals. More Horses. More Railroad Cars, More Tents. More Performers, More Keats and Feature-, More New Ideas, Nore Innovations and Revelations, and More Professional Resources than all other American Shows Combined. SOME OF THE BIG GENTRE-SHOT NEW YORK HITS. oodw.nd . .N'.-il .fill Sea-Lions Orcho. tra. The Manelotis H:mdlons: Jvmnastic Comets. The l-irionlv l't ny Clown IS.intl. dolman's Heroic 'I'hirtv-livo ho...

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. — 28 July 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. VIII. MAILSHAI,!,, SAI.INK COUXTV, MISKOUHI, JULV as, 1MU. No. L'l'i 1 H. H, DOWNING, ' i IM -t Milium A I 't(i Utlt , lt.l. I'.i. ..H -1 I'l 1 i I ' i' W I I -ry-r. 3$ RESIDENCE OF H, H. DOWNING, nil Kii-t Anon Slidi (It- ' V,ti -hat'- Niiii-Ui.n . l.t.rm . CRIMINAL COURT. Statu nf Missouri vs William H. PVcil. rape; enters pica d( not guilty: cae nt lor ltl.il Molt d.iy, Sept 1 1 itml ttef't tvniaadcd In jnll. Lafayette Sii.tt, a iH with intent to kill; verdict of guilty nml penally of time years in the pcnllcutiniy alnxed Garfield Itnhiiisnu. tmtglaty anil larceny, c tit let of guilty of l.ircvii .mil iwiiatly fixed at thice years in the peuiiiuliary. Thos. W. Jackson, felonious assault; cnlcts plea of guilty to common assault :comt assesses fine at 5,0, mid cotss trmamleil to custody of Sheriff Ouen Pile, tisatilt with intent to kill; enters plea nl not nitil t . continued at application nud cost of deft, until Thursday, Nov. J.V Per sonal tccoauia...

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. — 28 July 1899

THE MARSHALL IIEPUIILICAN. July 'J8, lii 1 .1 4 1 'mil Hi" Nil.iin (till paper. i'" rt'llrt'i! frm lttlv THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. linti ml at the IVi.tollIn- In Mnr-liull, ,Mn ...urnl-eliiss limit, r. TKItMtt: l.mt I'KIt YKAIt IN ADVANl K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. .MAKSHAU., MISSOt'KI, JII.Y 2. iXiy). DEATH OF 1NCERSOLL lugcrsoll, the greatest of modern Infidels is dead; and to one of hi sophesttics, death means the end. followers of his teachings or rather disbelievers, for he taught only a nega tive doctrine and those who cither despised his bigotry or pitied Ills mistaken mind. both wished to sec his death, when that time should come, not one from apoplexy as happened, but mote lingciing, when fears of the future might cricp i" upon him, if hypocritical in all his pretenses, or on the other hand that he would die a brave spirit, confident of the sincerity ol his own teachings. The eloquent orator, the polished rhetorician, the philosopher of deep human sympathies, all these mad...

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. — 28 July 1899

July 'J8, I8im. THK MARSHALL llKVUHLWAN. OTHER PLEASURE TRIPS. Scholarships for Young Men and Women at any of the following named institutions Missouri Valley College St. Savior's Academv Marshall. Mo. (lent City Husiness College Marshall. Mo. Hardin College Central Collect' Lexington. Mo. Qitincy, 111. Mexico, Mo. GIVEN AWAY WITHOUT COST BY THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, RBAJJ OUf OFFERS First Offer. Thirty day trip to Paris Kxposition in lyotj, nil expenses pnid, transferable if desired, (or Five Hundred Subscriber. Second Offer. A year tuition, nml matriculation fee; room rent and table honril In any College In the State for Five Hundred Subscribers. Third Offer. A ycus tuition, stnd matriculation fee in Mo Vnllcy, Hardin or Gem City Utilities College, for One Hundred Subscribers, Fourth Offer. Ten days trip to Colorado, all expenses paid, Includes DetiveColoradoSpritiKnnd Mntiiteati for One Hundred Subscribers. Fifth Offer. Ten days trip to New Orleans, I.a , or Galves ton, Tex., alt ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 July 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. July 28, 181tlt 1 11111 urn .M'liou COLORADO CORRESPONDENCE. Hpecllil III TUB .MAIISIIAI.I. ItKI'l'IIMCAS. Our patty feci complimented that the Ri'.i'Uii i.ican wishes new of our wandering and are glad to tell you of some of tlicm. Ah you know itw.ua party of twelve Mar shallitcs who hoarded a sleeper on the Union Pacific at Kans.li City the evening of July ti, and it was a very pleasant congenial company. The trip to Denver was, so far a scenery goes, rather monotonous, and without events worthy of notice, save that our train was about two hours late, and it was after, instead of before dinner, that vc steamed into the "(Juccll City of the Claim." At the Denver 1'nion Station there was a di vision of ranks, and some llcw Has I and some flew West and four .llcw to the "Crow nest." It Is of the pcrigriuatlon of the four, a party of ladies, that 1 wilt write you. Our first restfui place was the ' Voting Wo man's Christian Association" on 17th and Stout Sts., w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 July 1899

July ''8, 181M.I. THE MA It SHALL REPUBLICAN. r A Lawn Party. Miss ('.crltudc Iltown w.is at home in a delightfully iiifotmnl manner tn some fo of her young friends, mi I'riday evening, at her home on Hast Arrow St. The patty was given in lionor of Miss Campbell, of St. I.ottis, who nr rived I'riday for n visit to tlie host ess. The pretty lawn with its ham mocks, swings ami easy chairs, witli Japanese lanterns limit; here anil there in the long veranda, and in the tries, was indeed a tempting place in which to spend an evening. Tills house, so ,1 1 . . . . , adapted tor entertaining, was dec oratedin field llowcrs. yellow bo-i" ing the chosen color, and the .tnnru-nv.. .nnnlnl. .., Inl.l... : the uirlors and retention hall were ! aglow with beautiful yellow daisies, while nasturtiums graced every conceivable nook and were in ex quisite harmony with the potuia uciit decorations. No one knows belter than the inmates of this beautiful home how to enter tain, to the guatest pleasure of...

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. — 28 July 1899

THE MARSHALL IWPUBLIVAN. .July '.'8, M 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 -a 3 4 4 3 1 ; Tinware and Kitchen Furnishings; 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 IT Wright's July Sale IS NOW ON. MANY GREAT BARGAINS fOR All. One Table of Lawns and Dimities, regular prices Hi, 10 I 'J J cc 15. (leafing Sale Price 5c. One Table of SHIRT WAISTS llM ll-tl' tfMOll. HVlllll JilltV Clearing Sale Price 98c. CRBSCO , Voti arc In- '' U vilcil to ex. CKKSCO. I t,rui I having It vir- ;.' lllnu ..vfltflitl ctl. There's emu foil niul economy in A CRESCO Cannot Break at the Waist Line A complete line of tliein will lie founil in our Stock. One Table of SHIRT WAISTS regular price 75c ami 'WV (leafing Sale Price 50c. All Fancy RIBBONS, n pillar price 25, .'5, 40 fc 45, (leafing Sale Prices 10. 15 & 25c This Sale Will Only Be For a Short Time The Best Kid Glove in Marshall for Sl. Another Line of Blue Lawns Just Received at 10c liKK Heater 2 c Tea Strainer 4 c Cuke nms. 5 c Oilers .1, j, ami 10 c Ice I'icks .... ,s c Ice Chio...

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. — 28 July 1899

July --'8, 1SIMI. 'lllh MARSHALL JlHPUJiLWAN. . SLAUGHTER SAL! Wfx ON AT FARMER'S STORE lor thirty clays in order to unload all kinds of summer goods. We have already sold over one thousand pairs of shoes at half price. We have a thousand pair more to go the same way. This is the ciianceinyour life to buy a bargain in shoes. J00 Bolts of Oood Calico jjm etc. You will not hear of anyone trying to match this price. Host L. I.. .Muslin 4 cents. Ilest Hetl Ticking 10 cts. (iooil Lawn 4. 5, anil "4 cents. As you know we buy stocks of goods under the hammer and sell accordingly. Save money by buying your Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing of us Yours for low prices, Northeast Comer Square. M . J V . PA J ?M 13 R The Woman Banker. Tin tllil j ka lllnin! 11 uiiiiiiitr llitf uitiiMr tit it l) ttMrh i nil of tl ilivU to In-lor," a.l H 'IVxii- liaiikrr, i" tvtl). ilon't hold wut'-r out In my 'iMintr nn) mtni1." TIhiv w- liitt win ml i ti-lbr uimI wont-n fahl in ami 'V n one or two mihim...

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. — 28 July 1899

'lhK MARSHALL HEPUBLWAN. July '.'8, 18tU. mil Hi" Nt'ixiii 1 I1I1 nn'r LOCAL IN BREIF. Mr-. Wiillmi' Htrntlit-rV llllli' "till vwi'll. i t ii Hi- ali'k tlil wiik. siiIwiIIh' fur tin llr.iTiiur.w mi.l . ( Hi" la-t m-r In tin1 riimily. Vmillyki- A (in. huvi- a rtiulu- lnt nt f titii fur "iili. Cull mill 11 tin in. IVivy Vmilyki hh nt l'l-hlii) In I i liluy In Iuiiii (ity mi lMiltii-. .Iin'i I . iiml fiitnllv -nl Munilnj n nt '''in-ilii,i nt Mi'AIIItir Sirluii". Mm n to Mr. nml Mm. Wlllliini Iiml i. iin Jr. I'rliliiy. .Inly n itniiuli- t.-r. Horn to Mr. nml Mm. T. I'. sll.l.-y it Iilifr.lilt.l'ull...liilj I-iIi.ii iltiiitfli- I IT. Mm. .1. II. KlUtiH- ami imi li lt Nut-u'-ilny fur ruliunlilii fur ii vlll tu ri'l n'hf". Ml" MmnlOnitr li ft Sulm-ilny fur tin- Vwl tulirii hlu- nlll p'liil lln .uiiiw-r. Mr. hikI Mm. .1. S. M. Hull am-nt - viral iIiijt with frli-ml nt N't-lxin 1 .1 -at ttivk. Mr I Ii'i, nf Swnl Sprluii-. il.ll- hi hi ilmiitliti-r Ml. A. IhiiiiI. on h itiir.lu). I. V. Siitt....

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. — 28 July 1899

77i MARSHALL RKPUilhlQAN. July US, 181W. IN THE COUNTY. MALTA BEND Mm. A. wiiittoOklalioinu limt Saturdav lei Join lier hil.liaiid, who had prun-drd her u few wii-kx. They will make llii'lr new linun' In Ihe new i-ounti). Win. linker nnil .1. I), .fnnep arc 111 u'.m.ii. I'liv ihl. week atleuillmr to .mm' Inn Inept mid looking oter ,"' fn-dem lit .toek in !, U mi) Mill tin1)' wlllliil). Thie-Mnif l III lull 1'ln-t- ,,nl" ""' tin' U'rl ruUi-il In n' lnr n'M-riil yi-nm! .ouu' i'IuImi Iiml llii'lr yield will I"1 1" till. per" MB'. Wheat Wit MT) IflMHl. Walter 'loni-p li mvepl.il n ml Hun In ii ilmir tiiiv In Kiin-ii" I'll), iiml went up Wi-diie.ilii) eienlnir In l.ylll IiIk new dulll'i. Tin iiiti'itiiliuiii ul tslit'ii l) tl"' l'l worth It'tiittii' of Hi" M. I'- huieh. Slilltll Tllfllll) cxa-nlllK wu I1"' IIIMIIH'I ll PlIIVI'P.. Walter l.ntilni'k ami wife. Mi. Ir. Iliiinn iiml iliiuulilvr I -i il i'a llnimi nlv ill MeAlll.ter Spring. IliN wii'k. Mr. iiml Mr-- unnliiKliii'ii. of Mai liii...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 July 1899

4 10 "Good Beginnings Make Good Endings," Yju Ait miing A Itjinning wArn you commtntt to Ukt ItovJ" t Srupi'ili Any trouble 0 j Hood, ilomch. d".f or tnr. Pt'nsltnlly tjktn, this V -A I mtdiCir.t luiUtnng you Iht 900J trd ft f't'ri htAlth, strength And vgor. A Picnic SjnJwich III- nl ......I for lik-i liin-li-oti. nhiiiilil hot I.' i - than 11 ilii olil. fur K ik- il Dun mill vi 11 1'utiliiir. Tl- I 111 ihtMltll Im tl illlllHll lltl f!'iltl ,th- hull, r utinulil iul mi ivt-lil). mil In 'lnl. To .r-rmr- nut lor -ui-lwli'li lii-t -ho ! tin-, then mhiiiiI to 11 IM-tr; -alt h-II, mix wi-ll with huifir. iiml -pr-wll it mix lln-l) -ho).)! nut- with Ju-t 'tioti;rh mayoniiat nr i-i-uui -ulu.l iln'lntf 111 -Ili'htljr inol U-11. Augu.t Wfiiniiii'fi llotn- 1'om liuhlori. Kcuurkible Remit. Mr-. Mk-lia. I i.rt..lii.l,:ii1iiM...lll.. make- tin' tuti'iiii-nt. that .h- -ntiifht 1 nlil. wlth-li . ttliil 1111 h-r Inn.' -li-u tr-atil die u iiinntli h) hr (amltjr .h)llmi. lint tft mir.-. II- tnlil hr U...

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. — 28 July 1899

July -JS, I89!. 'J HE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 Mexico Whipped the Globe. A $40.00 Bicycle Given Away Dai- There wu iMit a erowil nt the Pair tllouml Suinla) to wllne the jralne l.lunii tin' Mexico Cr,ti,tal t'n ti am mill the St. t.oiil (ilnliei. Mcx li'ii nun lit it tn'ore n( ! tu II. It a h i;ifHl iiiii. Iln.tei mill u'Donnell. tin1 Mexico hallcr.v, illit jrooil wink. Tin- St. l,oul li, u (.' 1. 1 i'II'IIII came awl mime iri'mii ucre. Tin1- will I'lnj ii n turn H"'n" In Oil" city iilniiit tin' inl.hllc ill Alii-u.t Time ill tin1 train.- ji'kIitiIii), 2:111. A tviini from Moiilnuicr,v ('III will play here next Sninlu uftri-niMiii. Mexico liltfcr. I Tin- iul,li.li,-r- ul Tin' Xcw' York Star llii' limiilMMiii'ly lllii.lim.d Sun '1a hi'riiiKr, mi' tfivliiir a IHith (iriulc Hlcji'lc each ilaj for tin' lartf- ot lit of wnrih. math- liy utiiitf tin' ontalmil In "T-ll-K N-K-W V-O-H-K S-T-A-lt" no mom tlrnc In any one wnr.1 llian It l found In Tin' .S'rw York Star, 'cliter' Diction, ary to ...

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. — 28 July 1899

12 '1 JtE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. July 1SUU. MEDICS MEET IN MARSHALL The Doctors o( Lafayette. Saline and Howard Organize Diitrict Medic.il Society to meet Reg ulirly in Marshall. Tht M. D'. of Sallnt' rount.t iiml of our Iko iii-litliliir. I.afa.irtt nrnl Donald. ii..iii,1iI.,1 In tin. county omt room TuiwiUjr nfltrnooii and fa.tnl nn ortfanlutlon of u Dl.lrlt-t Mtilh-al Moelit). wbov nnniicnt lila of mn tln,r . to l- Miir-hull. hhli will l. ht-ld iuartt rlj. the llr-t on Tiii-mIiij . Ails.'. ITnli. Thn im-MIii .! i-nlh-l to onlt-r at JtTi. Dr. J. N. lliinttiior Miami. n-f tijf I'liulrmiin. Dr. .1. II. iMini of Stt Sirlns!. m-itiary .ni t.m. Th i-ln-tlun of ottkt r ivniltnl n, fujlo.: Itr M II Collin, of (iln Sow. ii-.tilnt: Dri ll Du). of Mntvl.-w. It vkf i.-.il.-nt- ir W S T)iiHiion of Arin.trow;. '.M vl- .ti-.ld'iit. nii'l Dr II M Stt. of IDn.'kl.urii. .Inli l)r I h Ifurri. of Marrhnll. .wi. lur.v and tnunr. TV intmotr. of tin- or. Uinliii.ii inoti'iiH'tit ok Hrll i.mi,I lth th' Ir...

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. — 4 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol,. VIII. MAlt. SHALL SAI.INK COUNTS'. MISSOURI. Al'Ci A.. I MM. CRIMINAL COURT. id litre In jilay a return game, nt which it l liiilx.il Willi Home groutiiis nun a large LIVE STOCK WORLD. tin- victor. Sweet Spring i slated fur n game hete Tuesday with the local team. FIFTH SUNDAY CONVENTION. The I'ith Sunday Convention, nf which was niiiiuiiiiccil ill the t' Kuwni.lCAN nf July Jist. convened ville Inst Friday, tcmaiiiing In session through ,rom Mnrj.li.ill tint were ImiiirIu by Swift A Co. The Windinp. up of July Ttrm. Sentence. Kirby miifttlivtio crowd, to turn the table Pleads not Guilty Cjic Continued. I'. 15. Skinner, keeping ilratnpbop open on Suiidny; enter plea of not guilty: cont'd at cot find application of ileft to Sept. lith.is.nuc entry in oilier five caei. i l'at Ingram, perjury: enters plea of not utili ty; contM at application nnd cost of ileft. Sept. 1 1 tli William Vomit;, pleads Kililty to eotumoii a.smilt: punishment fixed nt ' days in ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

I pHIHT THE MARSHALL llEPUJiUCAN. Aug. 4, 181111 THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knli'iiil lit tin' I'uvtiilllif In MurrliHll. Mil. ii Mi'miil-vliiiin umtler. TKItMtf! I'l'.lt YKAIt IS ADVANlT- PERCY H. VANDYKE, Editor, will usually be th- met. whose credit is l.a.l Uyinston. tl.c lowm. who 1ms formally Hivci. win usuauj uc in. iiKiiwii riiiL-iisliiti ill this country localise of anyway, commercial reasons aim noi s.i......s i - . .,i,i,, i, , - ..... ..... ..i,i inn course, will culler Uc i nr t ip i rc nns (il courts w m iiccmc me iiucu. v.-, compelled trusts and cacli individual trust.' to restrain sitcli scruples in proclaimint? Ills n. treiancc to any other progressive country, or ' se;U sonic down hill tumbling nation like Spain UeKrts ol a large corn crop all over Missoti- f,,tilcrand. Tlic nation which is not expanding Is dwindling. M.Mt.HIIAt.t.. MISNM'KI. Al'lt. . IHW. rl continue to lie published and along with these items are large purchases of cattle by Missouri feeders. The l...

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. — 4 August 1899

Aug. 4, 18119. THE MARSHALL 11 tiPUHLWAN. HOWARD. l?ttJE! Borderine Countv News. SiSC3fe Judge llockaday adjourned Court last Sat uril.iv ns soon at he heard of the Iriichine of COOPER. ): "Hon. Dave Hall, candidate for govern- i.;murie, and he dismissed the social jury r. "as on the programme for a speech, but subpoenaed to try the case. Judge Hockaday In the races recently held at lloonvillc, failed to show up, and the principal address of passed through over the Alton Monday enroute 'Hell Kcd" owned by Henry Unvencck of the day was delivered by Harry I'arsons, of toUhi lc nt b'nlton. In conversation with n California won the best two in three trot, time Marshall, a prominent Saline county lawyer gentleman on the train the Judge expressed i .is',i a bay marc owned by Dr. C. I.. Lackey nnd K)litlcian. ,,,, rn.t(.,., nt lc ync,i,iK having taken place, won the l-cst three in five trot, time irjHJ, c sall, ,llat fcu wtMn trom assmatlC),H Sylvanite belonging to W . A. Somb.itl sc- Jno ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

THE MARSHALL ItKPUllLWAN. Aug. 4, lhlili 'A Clddiogi Lingjn. l'ir some months unusual inter est has been centered in the pros pective marriage of Mr. Ralph Owen ('idditigs, of Colorado Springs. a )ontig man prominent in tlicl business and social circles of the West and a member of the well I known firm ol Hiddings llro's. Dry I (ioods, merchant at Colorado Spring, and Miss Anne I.angan, the oldest daughter of Mrs. Mary Litigati of thi city, one of Saline's' oldest and most highly reected ( families. The happy couple have been sweethearts for some time, their' love and esteem increasing with the 1 month, nnlirrimrsday. Aug. jrd, ' .its o'clock in the evening, the' happy pair stood in the parlor of ' the home o( her mint, Mr.. W. II. 1 Tate on North Street, and sjsjke the vow that mode them one. The mtlors were handsomely ami very rfleclludy decorated with gre.it bundle of the green lace plant, with feston nl smil.ix and cluster ol the ever Itr.uUilill white i.isinn flower, while whit...

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. — 4 August 1899

Aug. , 181W. THE MARSHALL WiPUllLWAN. ttttttftO0aftOOftftfttjaottttftftftftftftftOOttOft ft ft ft ft ft il WEATHER Onillih'i MD SHOES. i A3 AW ;-;0 H w i. i. . i i c. ... ... r i.i::., 1 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft t 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 ft ft ft VJtt i mive nearly compieieu oui oiore improvement, uui nt .umiuwn g I') tin- tear idves us plenty of room to handle our increasing trade in g SHOES and CLOTHING, Our elegant show-windows are the nicest outside of the larye cities. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft g OUR NEW PURCHASES ARE ARRIVING IN SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, g Clothing Department (Iray all assimere Suits. I I arris' I assimere. "Tu'"''1 Fine Imported Worsted $5.00 Fancy Mads and Stripes $6,50 7.30 Double-breasted Cheviot - 10. 12 50 Brown Meltons, Auburn mills 10. 15oys ("lothiny. 75c a suit and up. We handle no shoddy floods, have built our business on First-Class Goods at Low Price...

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