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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. it's mt wistei Ami strength wasted, to try to push back tin- rising tide with n brouin. It's just a great u waste of time mill a far more serious waste of ntrctitli to try to push back tlie rising tide of disease with the "nervines,'' "com muitils" ami "nerve foods" which simply drug ttie hum into a drunk en tiiMtr. They make you feel good? So does whisky, Alii1e the feeling last, hut the reaction is dan gcrott and deadly. Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery is n tern twrnnce medicine. It contain no id cohot, oiium, cocaine or other liar cotic. It strengthens the Ixnly liy purifying the blood ami increasing the simply of that vital fluid. It heals disease of the stomach and or gaits of digestion and nutrition and thus remove the obstacle to a per feet nourishment of the whole Ixxly. "Six car nro my limmcli unit lirnrt trmiMol mr sotmicli I luitl tiiiliiN.tnctliltiK, a the cl -ctof nnilil liol lnli tur,' wrltr Mrs. H. A. Knapti of Sun Jiw. California. U' " I wcn...

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. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, DECEMBER 21. 1900. NO. 46. VANSTONE VERSUS SALINE MILLS CO- On Thursday, before John A. Rich as spc cinl judge, the case of C. II. Vnnstouc vs. Saline Milts Co., a corporation, Abram Ncff, Hiram Tcter and wife, ennte up for trial. The plaintiff in his petition alleys that on Sept. loth, 1895, he was the legal owner of what is commonly known as the Vaustone Milling property in Northwest Marshall, which he conveyed on that day to John A. Smith for a consideration of 2o,ooo, promissory notes being given for $5, 750 of the purchase price and a deed of trust executed upon the property for this amount. Plaintiff further alleges that the property subject to this deed of trust was sold by John A. Smith to Hiram Teter, who in turn con vex ed same to the Saline Mills Co., a corpora tion, organized under tile laws of Indiana. The plaintiff further claims that through the misrepreseutation of the defendants, he was induced to surr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Bntercd at the Postotilce In Marshall. Mo., ns Kccond-utitsH nmttt'i'i TBItMS: $1.00 PBIt YBAU IN ADVANCB. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAM., MISSOURI, DHC. 21, lyoo. EXTENSION OF FREE DELIVERY. Since the report of Postmaster-General Smith lias been made ptthlic, in which he es timates that with an increased expenditure of $12,000,000 annually in his department, a daily free delivery of mail for the entire conn try might be accomplished, the (capability of his dream litis been rather generally discussed. He affirms that n daily mail to each home would increase the amount of business and thus in a measure contribute toward paying for itself. That free delivery is a great convenience in congested centers of imputation and even in towns, the benefits of which far exceed the cost, is generally conceded. Hut the rural delivery of mail has also passed the experi mental point, having met with such. favor in those places where tried, that its aba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE PACIFIC BRANCH. Jefferson City More Deeply Inter ested io This Prospective Branch Than in Politic. Jefferson City, Dec. 17 Events of the past week in u local way have more than overshadowed the interest usually nutnifested about this time'of the year in politics. Of course not a day passes that someone or half doen of the old guard or else of the new recruits, recently ehctcd members of the l-ni.slnlurc, do not drop in and talk matters over with their superiors in political experience here. By far the greatest news item which has occurred in this city for a long time and one which has ta ken the eyes of the citizens of the crpital off of politics, despite the'r natural inclination and love of the game which they seem to acquire here by instinct, has h en the an iiounci iiient by the Missouri Pad fie officials that they ore tendy to build the extension of the Missouri Pacific from this city along the Missouri river to Hoonville, and which is known among railr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RomsOmo. T(H'ilii.v'.lffTorin rily Ipi. Last night at 8 o'clock, at the home of Mr. K. H. Dallmeyer and Mrs. Dallmeyer, Miss Minnie May Otto, daughter of Mrs. B. H. tto and sister of Mrs. Dallmeyer, was married to Mr. Henry Ross, of the firm of Blosser it Ross, Rev. A. H. Hames of the M. K church, South officiating. , The ceremony was performed in the archway between the parlor and reception hall, the bride being accompanied by her brother, Mr. Will Otto, nut" was met here by the groom and the clergyman, who at once spoke the words which join ed them for life, using the ring cer emony. The bride was attired in gray and white, the waist of pcatt de soie, tucked longitudinally and slightly full, over which was a Iki lero of Duchesse lace, the haudi- the occasion of many appropriate ed on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. toasts, in which the bride and groom Jt. the home of the bride near of ten years ago, and the bride and Shackelford at 3:311 o'clock, groom of the hour, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Concert at College. Tin-third number of the Mis snuri Valley Co'.L-gc lecture course tookp'nccou the vvt-iiiiiK of I)-" oiiiIkt 17th. The entertainment whs in the 1111 tit re of a concert giv en by Miss Clara Fiances Hron, whose ability as n vocalist is well known ami rccoguiztd, loth at home ami in other towns where she lists often assisted in entertain ments. The souks were well chocii and showed a versatility of talent; for Miss lirown appeared to iqual ad vantage in the majestic selection I rum the "Messiah," the sweet and tender love snugs and the stirring "trciiadiers" and "Tourney ol King John." Mis. O L. Htilchiiigs is an ac companist who knows exactly how to follow her singer, n rarcaceomp lishmeiit in this day and age, when many an excellent song is all but spoiled by a poor ucenmpauist. Miss Callie Mitchell rendered three very pleasing recitations. She was csjiceially good in Tennyson's "Lady of ShaloU and showed hei self capable ol ably iiiletpicting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ChrittmM at the Churches. The Cumberland Presbyterian Sabbath school will on the evening of December 24th meet nt the church when a regular Christinas service will be held. Superintendent Geo. Althousu is never happier than when engaged in church work, and together witli the teachers and oth er officers of the school, has planned this Christmas service, which will no doubt le one of the most pleas, ant ever given at this season. We cannot tell all we know in regard 10 the matter and will leave the school to the pleasant anticipations of what is in store for them when they meet on the evening of Mon day, December 24th, at 7:30. Suf fice it to say, however, that the service will consist of songs, solos and duets iind several recitations by the primary and intermediate de partments, after which comes the social part with its remembrance for each. IIAl'TIST We have been informed there will le 110 regular Christmas ser vice at this school, but by carefully keeping ou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I PRICES CUT TO THE QUICK I I I O'Day means business. A few prices quoted. Every article in stock at correspondingly low prices. A look will satisfy you that this cut in prices is genuine : : : $4.48 buys a Hlno Heaver Overcoat worth $0.rO $6.50 buys an Irish Frieze Overcoat worth 0.00 $3.50 buys n Covert Coat worth $((.01) $6.00 buys a Grey Oxford Overcoat worth $11.00 A big stork of Overcoats to select from, rang ing in price from 3.50 to $18, and my price issev eral dollars cheaper than other houses. litT'Comu quick if you want bargains. S4.DS buys a Kersey Suit that is cheap at $7.50 10.00 buys an Auburn Melton in Gray, Brown and Tan. Thetie suits sell regularly at 14 7.f0 buys an all wool fancy Cassimero Suit, formerly sold at 10.00. Iti.fiO buys a fancy Worsted Suit, cheap at 1 5 00 Hoys' Suits a big stock which will go quick from l.ftO to 7.f0. Youths' Suits big values fiom Jt.OO to 15.00. THE O'DW CLOTHING CO. rsoiJTIIKAST COUNKIt SiJUAItKI Result of a Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' LOCAL IN HIEF. C. V. Sapplngton, of Nelxon, wait up Friday. (I. W. Newton returned Friday from Sprlnglleld. I, . D. Vanxtone, of Malta Hend, wax lii-rc Saturday. Ora McCarty, of Hardeman, wu in the city Friday. K. 8. Uroxx ixlted rotative at Salt Spring Friday. II. II. Dotmer, of Utile Hook, wax In the elty Friday. .1. W. (Salne. of South Saline, wax In town Suttirduy. .1. I.. SloulTer, of Naptoii. wni In our town Saturday. Dr. .1. ('. Illnckhurn. of llluckhurii, wax u visitor Frlduy. Ilurdy Montuguc MK'iit xoverul dny In Murxhull thlx week. II. F. Potter unci wife were In the county eul Suturday. Walter Wright, of Mount lMinurd, wan In town Suturday. W. W. CurK'iiter I u new clerk at O'Duy'x clothing More. .lohn W. Itohcrtnon H'iit ThurMliiy III Sweet Sweet Spring. II. M. Union, of Miami, attended to hunlncxx hen Suturduy. It. i). Foxtor, of .Liberty, vMtod friend In thlM city Friday. Mrn. N. II. ltox ha returned from u vlxlt to l.oxlugtnn frlendx. Dr. T. II....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

$ 9 0 9 0 9 t 9 0 a 0 9 0 9 0 9 0 9 0 9 i MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE NEW YORK STORE Christmas Presents for Everyone Our Store 1h Just Full of Useful Christmas Presents For Everyone The gift wo are making thin year to our customers in tin) liest goods for Hit! least money .... Christmas Presents for Everyone I ' 1 Pillows. I Pillow Tops. i Rugt We have n very pretty lot of ready i We have exclusive styles, in pretty Another one of the many useful made pillows, itii ported ftom Japan pillow tops, silk and cotton cords. holiday gifts is a pretty rug. Our We have only n few and they are A pretty pillow is a very useful gift Christmns lot is ready to le inspect going fast. to anyone. I ed. Hero in a Christmas Present for Kvery Lady who linn not Bought her Winter Coat Wo AroJ muring All Ladles S h o rt J ac ket Plush and Qolf Capes Ladles' Tailor Made Suits. 1am lfi Per Ct. Dincount. Jss 25 Per Ot. Discount. less 2fi Per Cent Discount. The season haw mm too warm and we have too many. The pr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RUSHER 8 RULROAD NEWB RrlntWe to Some Accident! ou the 0. & A. and What Ii Being Done- Conductor A. .1. Dick unl Hrttke tnnii Henry Harmon weru brought home on xtrrtcherx laxt Huniliiy morn ing, both being badly brulxcd nx n re xiilt of iruiu To breaking In two nml running together, near l.udonlii, Hut urdiiy night. Mr. Dick was out on tin- Iniln when the criixh enmc. nml the Mat ear on which he wax xtnmllug wu eruxhed to piece. Hlx liijurlcx conlt of brulcx uhout the (nee and body. I xi t arc not conldcrcd xerlnux. Henry Hurnion hux a liadly xpralnrd hack and hux not I teen ahle to xll up xlnce the accident. There have Itccu xo many ncehlentx on thcC. .V A. of lute that President I'ellon hnx decided to demouxtrnte whethvr thee accident, deluyx, etc., are the fault of the onglncx, the men or the condition of the road. He hux leued a large paxxengcr engine from the V. P. and will u-c It thlx week Ite tween St.l.oul- and Chicago. The new Hrookxcui'lncxhuvcglvc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. You art till welcome ut (lie MnrHliall Hook Stoic' 2w ,luiljf Samuel DiivIh left Monti 11 iifU'i'iition fur 1.4-x liiton. MIhh Allle Kliitf In a new clerk at tlic Mnrnlnill Hook Stoic. .1. 'I'. Mnrrundwlfe,ofltldtfclrulrlu were In our city tlioiplnu Friday. It'tV. .Mr. Phillip, of ('oilier, wan n dinner jjueMt tl Hotel Hurt Monday. A. II. Siiodily, or SprlnjMlcld. Ik the KUi'Ht of Miimliiill frlcndx thin week. Mix. !. A. Knltflil left Tucidny for (allelic, Mo., for n vl-.lt to relative. MIih l.llllc Spark, of Hluckhurn, HKnt Sunday at her home In thin oily. Maurice VatiAntrlen, of .Mnltu Hend. U reported quite Hick with diphtheria. .Indue Ittch mill wife, of Sinter. with vIkIiIiiu' Marshall friends Frl day. .Mr. mill Mrn. (3. W. Short, of Lon woml, w ii' In Marshall Monday shop ping. F. W. Mitchell, of Itlnc Spring, was In Marshall n-ccntly buying lllll'Ht'l. Mr. Snrnli I'Uen. of Mt. l-conard, wan the (.'next of Mrn. II. F.. I.. Siiillh, Saturday...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF W. F. Swinney. of (illllutn, wit tli city Motiduv. In I". N. I'hitf.v. of I'.ldgo I'riiliii. wn-1 In ituiiiltt' Mfitlillll' ' Henry Cerium, of Mi' It. I Demi, wit- In Mur-hall Tuc-diiy. II. T. Ilrmviilec. of Illggin-vUlo. wii- In tlic city Monthly. I). A. Hancock, of Hluckliiim. vl Iteil In Mur-hull Sunday. Mr-. I.. II. .lohn-ton. of Malta Itcml. wu In Mur-hnll Moinlay. Frank Uolicit-nn. of Mexico, va tin gtto-t of Mur.-hiill friend- Suniliiy. Don't forget tlic "Fireman'- Ward" at opcm hon-o Fiidti.v night. Decern Iter I'l. Ml MhiiiI t'oyiiet'. of Mt. Uouurd. 1- Ilic guct till- week of Mill -li III I fliclid. I lev. Dudley Clnggett. pu-tor ol the Mt. olhc cliiiicli. wn a vi-ltor In the city Monday. Tluunii- Fl-hcr. of Ulacklnirn. ient Snndit.v with hi- fittlicr. .Iinnc. A. Fi-her of till- city. ISoy Huddle-ton left Ttic-ilny morn Inir for .h'tlcrMtn City, where In will rclll.llll permanently. I,il--ell (!. Newton, of Flcteher' dry good- Iioii-c. w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OREAK IN 1'LOHY'd PLAOE He by Tiio Iusur.itiCH (Jomiiiiniimer 8latnd fur the Railway board. Kmisa City, Mo., December IT. Vlrjf II Conkllnir, former secretary of till democratic rtlllc CllUltlllltCC, llllll SOIIIC Opinion tills IIKPIIllllL' (III till1 political Munition In Missouri, prophesied t It tit I'M Oicnr, present siiriilirc commissioner, wntilil In pointed I'lllll'llllll COUUUlsslolll'l .(invcrnor Stephen. It U tin iiluliiti nf Mr. Conkllnir tlmt I'lory's nlHct'l" come vacant .liitniiii'y I, kIvIm 'In Kovcrnnr two week In which to imitti' tin1 tiiiiiltittiit'iit. "So I Itcllcw Hint those who arc Ki'ttlllL' ll tctltlon to (iovcriinrDoek fry mc wusllnir their time." nld Mr. Conk I hi)!. 'I'lie former sccictary of tlie slate eninmlltre intimated tlmt the pi- lit pollee commissioner of Kiiiiii City would prohahl) be succeeded hy others niiineil hy the new itovcruor. 'What Jolt will .loe I'lnry iret?" ivut tisked. )li, Hint' repiihlleiiti politics," tihl Mr. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Btirliugton Route. New through tralm to Portland unil I'nget Sound. 'Tin- nurlliigton-N'orth-rrn Hncllle. Hxpre-.!.,'' u New Dally Through Trnln from Kanxiii City ami St. .losepli for Llneoln, Nortliwe-it Nobrn-ka. Hlaek Hilts Wyoming, Montana. Vnnlilngtnti, Tneomn. Sratlli. I'nget Souuil anil Portland, Oregon, via Hilling--, Montana -tins -.horl I tin- anit tlmo mver to thu Up per Northweft. To Central Montana in J:i hour: to tin- I'nget Sound In 70 hour-, from tin' Mlx-otirl Ulvrr. Through eoaehe-t ami elinlr ear, through tourl-t flf'-iMTK. through illn liig ear fcrvtiv and i-tniulard lceper-. Thl I-the main traveled road Ml court Hlver to tin1 Northwel. NiiihIht !.. Kan-to- City anil St. .lo-epli to Nehrat-ka. Denver. Color iiiln. I'tali. I'lii'lltf Coat anil the Northuf-t. via Ogdrn: alo to the Northwest Montana. Va-.hlngtnn. Oregon, via Lincoln ami Hilling. Weekly ( alifonila r.xeurlon. Nuinlrer "Nehrn-ka-rolorado f.Npre ." from Kan-a City ami St. lo-eph tl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Rev. C. C. MuKlnucy anil wife, of Mullu Hend, were In the elty Wednes day, nlopplng at Hotel Hurt Mm, Hurt l.utman left Wednesday for Miiltlnni), Mo., to visit her pur cntx, Hev. Mr. Nupp ttnil wife. MrH. H. C. Cot tier will go to Kan huh City till Meek and return to Alma, where nhe will Mietid the holhliiyn. MIhh Ai.nle Hurgcnn, of Miami, and Wllhur Hupp ate unnlnllng Collector .lumen McAiiiIh during the buny sea son. Mrn. .1. I. Huston and sons, I'erey anil Cury, left Wcdncnduy for Kansas City to HHnd ChrlntmiiH with Mm. M. Cat y. I. nwrenee Wlimlow and wife, of the Saline ehureh neighborhood, were In terviewing .Sunt a Clan In Marshall Tuendoy. II. W. Cownn ami wife, of Halt Springs, and Siiiliv Force anil wife, of Wnniinmukcr, wen1 In Marshall Tuesday. Mrn. U. I.. Hrynn ami little sun, Harry, of Malta lleiid, were the gucnln of the former's sinter, MIhm Minnie Khi); Tucnduy. ('hrlnty 11 mt, Mho Is having his eyeH treated In St. l.oiiU.will he ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft 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 WANTED Kvery poison looking for Christinas goods to call at II. F. Naylor Hani wan? Vr Furniture Co's. store and see their liin's. We have studied your wants and art? this year hotter able to supply them than over be fort'. Hi! sure and sen our line of chairs, they arc beauties. We have just finished unpacking tliem thti very latest in design and the finish is perfect. New Iron Hods, Parlor Tables, Leather Couches, Divans, Sideboards, Combination Cases, Hook Cases, Children's Chairs, Kasels and Screens, Chiirouiers, Ladies1 Desks, Jardiniere Stands. Dining Tables Square ami round, Music Hacks and Cabinets. A hundred other articles we could mention but for space. We Are Headquarters For Hoy Wagons, Sleds, Pocket Knives, lia.ors, Carvers, Skates. We want to see you nil nnl show you our goods...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL- "REPUBLICAN. VOL IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. DECEMBER 25, 1900. NO. 47. THREE SUSPECTS ARRESTED. Wood, Tagart and Haggard In Custody ' An swer Trial for the Murder of Sail Atilger After Robbing C. & A. Depot ' Scptentber 7th. The officers of the law believe they have ferreted out n crime, committed in (hit city last September, capturtd the parties implicated ami secured n chain of evidence which will btiug n conviction in the courts. Jack Wood and John Tngatt of Kansas City nod Clayton Haggard of Hiiouville are now under lock and key to await trial for the murder of Sail Atil ger. The story of the night robbery of the Chi cago & Alton Depot upon Septcmlter 7th last, iu which II. II. Mowry. the night operator, was cove led by the revolvers of three men, while the cash dinwer was lootul of its con tents, is well remeiuheted. TJie,. courage of that neivy olficer, Sail Atilger, who single handed laced the three and met hN deal It from the pistol shot of one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntfivil at tin- l'itol1lt'i' In MiirMiull, Mo a f--(oti(1-1 ii-"- matter. TKItMS: tl.oi IM'.U Yl'.AK IN AOVANlT., PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAI.I,, MISSOt'Kt, HHC. 2S, I0OO. INTERESTING CONCESSIONS, The Missouri Democrat, probably the offi cinl Democratic organ of St. Louis and thus of the slate, eoutnitis some iutctcstiiig post, election ml missions, of which the country or gans are not duly appreciative, to whom the thought of this state becoming Republican is apparently inconceivable. The Missouri Democrat however is of a dif ferent mind and finds the present time, when not engaged in battle, with nothing to Ik; lost by open candor, a convenient season for offer ing advice, such as tlu following: "Missouri can never be carried again by the Demociats on old issues They must be relegated to the musty past where they belong. The party must stand up and do something at the pres ent day or suffer a temporary defeat." Reviewing the last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Double Wedding. The weddings of James L. Rob erts, son of James M. Roberts ol thin city, and Miss I.tilu Stephens, mid Pmf. Robert 1'etets of Car tliaK'". HI., and Miss I.elha Ste phens, botli daughters of Mrs Crockett Stephens of Macon City, took place at t ho home of tin brides in that city on Tuesdiy evm iug, December 2,s.Ui, at K o'clock, Rev. Mr Caldwell ol the C I'. chinch, I he officiating tttini-ter, per forming tlit? cctcmonics. The two collides, iinattend (1, en tered the parlors and took iheir places under an arch of evergreens that had been at ranged, while Men delsohn's, wedding tttarch was soft ly played on the piano by Mr.s J. R. Lyell, accompanied on the vio lin by Mis I'atton. Mis'e.s I.ellia and Llllll Stephens 1 aie well known in Marshall, having attended .Missouri alley College for several years. They are mod i est and cultured voting ladies, whose friends are legion. Both ! appeared at their lust in theii bean- tiful wedding gowns of while...

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