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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reception at Blackwatcr. In response to invitations sent out, l, so guests assembled nt the beautiful country home of Mr ntul Mrs. H. A. Fray at Blackwatcr on Friday evening. Decembet jS. tnno, the party being given to their .mii, J. II Fray, and wife, who were married on Wcduesd ', December 20th, a Kaunas Citv. This old-fashioned house, with ' its large, airy rooms and wide spreading halls, was. strictlv speak ing, dccor.ittd throughout with it gr-nt deal of taste, t-vciy thing har mnni.ing most brauiifnlly. The banister to the stairway was t fleet ivcly wr.ippcl in smilax and holly, the color scheme being principally green and white throughout the house where holl ami bride's roses prevailed. The guests upon their arrivnl were presented to Mr and Mis. J. II. Fray and their friend Miss Wells til Kansas Ci'y by the host and hostess, assisted bv Mrs. H. T. Ftay and Mrs Frnnk Morris, after which all formality was dis pensed with- It is said to have been one of the...

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. — 11 January 1901

V MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JANUARY II. 1901. NO. 49. TERRIFIC BOILER EXPLOSION. Three Men Injured, One Seriously Scalded in the Saw Mill Eiplotion on Cow Creek. That several fatalities did not result from llie Ixiiler explosion of the saw mill engine owned by C. H. Vanslone which has licen do ing worlc on Cow Creek, is almost miraculous, such was the terrific force of the escaping steam. The accident occurred aliout one o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the saw mill being located on the creek just lielow Sulphur Springs five miles north of Marshall. The explosion of the hoiler is thought to have been caused by the engineer fastening shut the safety valve, hoping to utilize all the generated steam. Others assert the water was allowed to get so low as to bring about a combustion. The most dangerously wounded man was Leslie Service, the man in charge of the en gine, but who was not an experienced machin ist. He was filling he oil cups when the Ixiiler ex...

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. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. J MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knteied ut I lie l'lKtotllor in Marshall, Mo., as stvoml-i'lm mutter. TKUMS: tl.tnt I'KU YHAU IN ADVANl'H. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAI.I., MISSOl'KI, JAN. tl, KJOI. MORE RIGOROUS LIBEL LAWS. The early years of the twentieth century like the first of the nineteenth threaten us with more rigorous libel laws. The Federalist attempts to restrain libelous criticism upon the past of the press brought serious reverses to that party, compelling a retreat from their impracticable stand upon this question. It is dangerous ground, encroaching upon the lib erties of the press, because their rights are defended by the people. Governor Stephens neither understands people nor polities. In advocating in his mes sage, the enactment of strict libvt laws, whose penalty shall be a term in the penitentiary for not less than five years, he strikes at his news paper enemies, yet it is a bad blunder, neither becoming to his dignity as governor nor worthy ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HELD TO BE AN ACCIDENT. Coroner' Jury to Find in Shooting of James Baker of Slater on Whit aker Farm. Bullet Pierced the Heart. Coroner Rngsdide received a message from Sinter on Saturday (.wiling, making known the (net thnt the dead body of James 15 Maker, well known in Slater had Ik-ch found o.i the farm of his brother-in-law Mark Whitnker near Sin ter that afternoon. Mr linker who lived with his family in Slater had none to the farm of his brother in-law on Sat urday morning, taking his wife with him. Soon after dinner, Mr. Whitnker having business in Sla ter, left the farm, having given his consent tn Mr. linker to shoot pig eons, This sport. Mr. Maker en joyed for n while nnd later in the nfleruoon started to accompany M. J. Ilnuiilton, a colored farm hand, to the pasture for a cow, when the former suggested to Mr. Baker that he take the gun nlnng as they might run across some name. Mr. Maker returned to the bam for the nun and it was only a moment later th...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Rottell Addresses Club. The following program was given by the music department of the Monday Club January 7th: Piano Solo ' Meditation' ' (Raff), Miss Mary Black. PiauoSolo "Impromptu"(Chop in), Mrs. Amelia Mayer. Vocal Duct "The Gypsies" (Brahms), Mrs. Vanstoneand Mrs. Harvey. Mr. Kdwin Rostelt was then in troduced and entertained the club with a lecture 011 "Hamlet and the Heroines of Shakespeare." This unexpected number of the program was very much appreciated by the club. PinnoSoto- "Caprice Hongroise" (Kettcrer), Miss Lilian Page. Contralto Solo "Sunset" (Dud ley Buck), Miss Claru Brown. Violin Solo "The Arrow and the Song" (Piusuti), Miss Frances Napton. Paper "Music, the Art of the Nineteenth Century," Miss Ali son. Piano Solo "Rigoletto" (Liszt), Miss Alma Silcr. Piano Duet " Isabella Over ture" (Suppe), Mrs. Mayer and Miss Fannie Taylor. Koch number of the program was skillfully rendered and very much enjoyed by those present. Mitt Lucy Smith Entertain...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Council Proceeding. Hoard met Monday night, Jnn. 7, in regular session; present, May or Hlnir; Aldermen Htiff, Hnrdin, Lankford and Carter; James, Clerk; Spencer, nttorney. Absent, Alder men Phillips and Hell. Phillips came soon after roll call. Street committee filed reort re commending condemnation of side walk along south side of Marion street between Lyon and English avenues. Reports ol various city officers filed. The board accepted the macadam on North Jefferson and Russell streets. The sidewalks in English addi tion, on Marion and Lon streets were dct-tptcd Dram shop license for 6 mouths allowed J. C. Harrison & Co. Street commissioner was ordered bury, w.is ordertd nut down. Same is to be 10 feet wide. Dr. J. W. Carter, chairman of the fire committee, was instructed to purchase a new fire wagon. Hoard adjourned. Will Erect a New Barn. The handsome new brick barn, to lie built by William Reid of this city on the lot recently purchased on the southwest...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HONE SEEKERS - VIA WAIASN On January lAth, February fith anil lutli, March Ath and ll'th, anil April 2nd and Kith, 1101, the Wabash wilt Kelt Home-seekers' tick et at rate of one fore plus 12.00 for the. round trip to point In Alabama. Arizona. Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Indian Territory. Kansas, Kentueky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Southwest MlMourl, Montana. Nebraska, New Mexico, North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon. Tennessee, Texan, Utah, Wyoming and to point In many other state. Ticket are limited to 21 day from date of Hate and allow stop over privilege at certain point on the going trip. For further In formation call on nearest ticket agent, or address 4? n. . wins, pi. hm ikmi ajm, nweny, no. LOCAL IN BRIEF .fame le. of (51111am. wa a vlttor Friday. Mr. Amelia Schott I very III with pnetimoniu. It. I1. Sieneer returned Monday from Fayette. A. F. Hector returned Friday from .IcfTerHon City. Win. Kellett. of the county, wu In the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. MUs Dolly Vcnable, of Slater, wm the guest of friend in Marshall Bat unlay. Git Mayer was absent several days this week from the store on account of sickness. Mrs. A. O. tlckket and Miss Helen Fisher, are guests of Mrs. A. P. Smith at Malta Bend. Miss Nettle Fry, who has been trim mlng for a millinery establishment In Mississippi Is home until spring Miss Fannie Cordell and Mrs. (J. A. Hlchart of Blackburn, BtUndid the play at the owra house .Saturday night. Miss Flora Crouch has returned from an extended visit to Mrs. Frank Jones and other relatives at St. Lou I. Hev. It. B. Ward returned from Jefferson City last Thursday very III, and Is still ttiltc sick at his hnine on College Hill. Miss Kllr.abcth Clenimens left Wed nesday for Jefferson City, where she has accepted a clerkship under Hon. M. W. Ball. Mrs. J. W. Blackburn living ten miles north of Marshall, was in shop ping Monday. She was accompanied by MIsCarientcr. Mr. and Mrs. Wiles Lacy o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF.- I'.. M. Wright KMnt Tuesday in Knn sax City. Mlxx LoiiIii Ward wax cm the nick list Wednexday. John Ail nine hax leen at home xlrk purl of the week. It. H. Ia'V.v, of Mnltn Hend, wax In our city Tuesday. Mi s. I'. H. Franklin hnx Itecn on the xlek llxt thl week. IVtcr Frieze, of Slater, visited tin county capital Monday. Itaymnnd Fdwnrdx. of the county. xcnt Sunday with friends here. Hurry Andrews, of C.'urrollton. xcnt Sutiiluy with frlcudx In this city. W. M. Dlggx, of Arrow Hock. Ik reported very III with pneumonia. Mlxx Cora Wright, of Mount I-eon-mil, wait down xhopplug Tuesday. N. M. Ireland, of Nelxou, visited hlx lirother, Kit t Ireland, Tuesday. MNs Nannie Walker will return Sat urdiiy from a visit to friend at Tren ton. .lohu Miller and mid, .lolin .lr., were In from their country hnineTiicx day. A. Ilartucy and wife, of Versailles, are In the city thin week Iran-acting biislnexs. Ilohcrl Montague, of Kuuxax City, made a vlxlt to our g...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHAL REPUBLICAN. Real EtUte Traoiferi- . Sheriff of Saline County to Mary K Liter, lot .1, lilk 7. amended plat, Hlack Imrn, 27f. Ilpttlc CrnvcM et at to T .1 Sullivan, KM) acres, (KVI-IW, 2,000. Ilcttlu Craves ct nl to T .1 Sullivan, 3 acres, ll-52-ltt, DIM. 8 S Swomcl and wf to F W York, 120 acres, 0-4H-20. iHOO. (i V Standard to Flora Held, w i lots 2 and :i, lilk 2lt, Marshall, $!too. (5 H Mc Harrison to Kmma New man, lot .1. Allen' lot add to Mar shall, l,(M. M .1 k Win Terrell tt I L Terrell, H. I acres, 2X-.TO-2I, tl.lRHi. II C Terrell i t at to M .1 Ar Win Ter rell, 177 acres, 21, LH..-HI.2I, II. W C Terrell to M .1 Ar I L Terrell, I Int In 177 acres, 21. 2lt-."sV.!l, l,720. I L Terirll to W C Terrell. 2.17 acre,., 21, 2lt-.Ml.2l, 10.20. W C Terrell et at to I. I) Turner. 320 acres, 21, 2M, 21l-.Vl.2l, 2..uo. It W Stoufter to Mrs K Morris, lots I. 2. :t. 4, .1, lilk 2, Naiton, t!2.V K I) Seward to Mur.v A MeClunls, it lots :i and 4, lilk 10. Slater, tl.MXl. II C Terrell e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

REPUBLICAN. Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THC PRINCIPAL CITIES OP TEXAS. MINER IWFET SLEEPERS AHD FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR CARS! DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. "A Pair of Tratnpi-" The laughing event of the eaou. "A Pair of Tramp." will lie present eil at the Opera llon-e, Monilay night, .lunnnr.v I ltd. The eompany eome to our elty w It li the pre enconltiui of the larger eltle of III nth a- the het fliree foilieil.V seen III their 11 prctiv'o oltic till ouon. 'I'll til- piuiv I- iiiiii-iiiiIIv large, numbering people, nml include- the fumou Tramp Hand aim the iMlh Ceutur.v i iiohoiru. The tramp pnraile at mion I the mint umuini! sight that will ever he seen oil the stnel of Mai" -hall. Mo imt ml It. Seal now on Mite. It To Obrck the Ku'ilrttiic The State lloanl of Health eouven eil in .IcllfiMui City Tliiii-iluy ami nked the legMnlure to anp.oprlate t'J."i,imki a 1111 emergency funil to In u-ed In iuiill-pox epid...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Mrs. J. VonDyke left Thtirxdny for St. .loxcph where xhe t 111 vlxlt Mrx. W. It. Dob.VIIX. Mix Mildred l.ucit-, of Pilot (irovc, Ix vlxltlnu Mlxx Annex llnrmonil In Wet Murxhitll. II. II. Downing relumed Tiie-day from u vlxlt to Mr. Downing at llut t If Creek, Mlehlirmi. Mrx. Mui'nciitc ll(iviilHot) left for Denver, Colorado, Tiie-day where xhe UiH'o In xcitrch of health. Mlxx Sullle SN'iiccr will leave the llr-t of Hie week for St. .lo-c ph for a vl-lt to Itev. W. It. DdIivii-Mini fund l.v. Tin iilrectnrx mill oltlccrx of the Farmer" Savlnc Hunk lit'lil their icijnlur monthly biixlnexx mcctlm: on Tucxduy. Mix. Schoollni Chapllnc liml little Mill, who xM'iil the holiday with tela the- In lloonvllle, leturnetl home Tuc-iliiy. .Iiimex A. Scott, of (IrccnvHlc. III., iirrlveil Wednt-day to iittenil the fun nil of lilx mother, the lute Ml-. Ami' 1 1 it Seott. A. C. Wtililieomlie. a prominent at Mnrncy of Colorado Spriui:. who for merly lived In lloonv...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. New Century Praite Service. The Kllen Bowcn Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian Church had their annual praise service, the first in the new century, on Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Ablcl Leonard. Between ,15 and 40 of the ladies of the society and the church were present, when the fol lowing program was given: Hymn "Praise Him," Xo. 4. Prayer "For Presence of the Holy Spirit." Mrs. VanDyke. Roll Call Present; Minutes of last meeting. Bible Lesson "God's goodness to us calls forth thanksgiving and praise." Zech. 2:10-1112; Isa. 5s:S to end of chapter; Ps. 27: 1 to 7; Ps. 103:13 to 18; Is. 6.V.7-8-9; Ps. 48:1213-14; Ps. 100:8 to 15; Ps. 5f:iii3ij. All read Psalms 51 and 34. Vocal Solo "Pear Not, O Is rael," Miss Fannie Francisco. Paper "To Whom l)o the Duty and Privilege of Praise Belong?" Mrs. Thomas. Prayer Mrs. Page. Poem "New Year's Petitions," Mrs. Armentrout. Uaflet -'The Two ThankOf. fering F.nvelopes." Mrs. Hall. Piano Solo "Rock of Ages," Miss Ionisc...

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. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JANUARY 15. 1901. NO. 50. PROGRAM FOR MARSHALL DAY. The Local Exercises Which Will Commemorate the Hundredth Anniversary of (he Noted furiet's Accession to the Supreme Court. The committee appointed nt a recent meeting of the Saline County Bar Asociation, consist ing of J. H. Hunter, T. H. Harvey, K. H. Ruff, V. V. Huff and W. 12. Rainey, to or range exercises for the commemoration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the accession of Chief Justice John A. Marshall to the bench of the Supreme Court of the United States, has rexrted the following program: "Political conditions in the United States as they existed at the commencement of Mar shall's judicial career," Judge Samuel Davis. "Marshall's services as a soldier, diplomat and statesman," Prosecuting Attorney A. F. Rector. "Marshall's services as u jurist," Judge John A. Rich. Musical numbers, suitable for the occasion, will be arranged for the opening and close of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered nt the Postorllcc In Mnrnlintl, Mo., ax Heoond-olns mutter. THKMS: 9I.K) IM'.U YI'AH IX ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHA!.!., MISSOURI, JAN. 18, I90I. THE OUTGOING AND INCOMING. The first of the week witnessed the retire merit of Governor Lon V. Stephens and the inauguration of the choice of the people at the recent election, Alexander M. Dockery. That the characters and personalities of the two men are the frequent subjects of compar ison is most natural at this time, yet the mark ed contrast which such a study offers is doubt less an additional excuse for indulgence in what has been termed the odious. The record of Stephen's administration, lies !cforc us, fresh in the memory of all. Per haps it is all too recent to be judged properly, for history is never fairly written until years after it has been made. The ease with which he won his nomination, the landslide of that year which carried him into office by an increas ed ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

V MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A CARD OF THANKS By the Proprietors of the New York Racket. Wc take this opportunity to wish our tunny friends a happy and pros porous New Year, and to thank you nil for your help and patronage to make the New York Racket the greatest store this county has ever had, and with your help, patronage and confidence we intend to keep it the In-st store you will ever have to trade at. There probably never has been a store in your memory which has been so universally fought ami hated, by most of the other stores in this town, as this one. They have sprung all kinds ol schemes and combinations on us to down this business, but with every hot fight they have made on us, we have had to add a clerk or two to our force to handle our bus in ess. This more thun anything else shows us that we have won the confidence of a large portion of the trade: that no difference what others sell you or offer you goods at, you nil know that this store will sell you them as cheaply, or for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. unketing Committee at Marshall. The junketing committee from the Missouri legislature composed of Peter H. Huck olSt. Genevieve, I'. C. Sickles of Unionville, and H. M. Jcvcrly of Linn, arrived in Mar shall on the Missouri Pacific Rail way Thursday evening nnd were met nt the station by n committee composed of the following gentle men: J. P. Huston, J. C. Patter son and R. P. Sncncer. They were driven to Hotel Ming where they met with Mis"s Pearl Mitchell of Columbia, P. H. Ren and C. M. Huckncr, members of the board of directors of the Missouri Colony, and Miss Mary Hale the architect for the Colony. On Thursday evening a iceep Hon was given the committee at the Mistletoe Club rooms, alxiut 30 of our citizens !ciug nresent, when the buildings to. be erected for the Missouri Colony were freely dis cussed. On Friday morning the commit tee met with the board of directors in the club rooms and plans for the work were inspected, ufter which the buildings at the grou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Fiction Clm Meeting. The meeting of the fiction class Monday afternoon, Jnnnnry 14th, was unusually well attended the attendance of the entire club hav ing lccn requested on Hccotint of the transaction of important busi ties. The meeting being called to order ly the president, delegates were elected to attend the Kansas City conference of Louisiana pur chase states, where mutters con nected with the proposed World's Fair will he considered. Resolutions of instructions to dele Kates were read against the estal lishmcnt of a separ.ite lepartiueut of woman's work. After much discussion and careful considera tion the resolutions were ndopted nud the delegates urged to use their influence on every occasion against the estahlishtueut of a separate de purttucnt of woman's work, deem ine, it j,,st nl"l r'Rht that woman's work should le exhibited on equal terms with and judged by the same standards as man's As to instruc tions concerning a permanent me morial to be estab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. - - aaw -a Tie Best Illustrated HoitMy Nziie of tie Kini PuMislei It puox iin; lilted liy u lirllllitut array of writer and nrtlxtx. tlx ;J? fa authoritative mid IndoiH'ndent review of book., pluyx, muxlo niul fa ,, ni t, Iin clover xtorlox, xtroiij: xpcelul article, hiutuir anil vcro, In, Y with lint; llliixtrntlnnx, miikc It a noccxxlty In every Intelligent homo. Tito very low xuhcrlptlnn price -l (Hi -icr year put It within the renoh of nil. I tellable nnont wanted In every town. Kxlruordl nury Inducement. Write for particular. A trial xtib-ciiptlnn will prove It. Wrlto to-dny for xnmple copy, -j. $ (riteriM PultiutkMi (onpiy, Sulscription Departmeit t 41 tut gist Street. 'i? LOCAL IN BRIEF W. S. Moore, of (ilux;ow, wax a vNltor Snniluy. Ml 1 .011 (.'ravelin, of .Miami, wax a vlxltor Monday. Will .luek-on U making n vlxlt to relative at Xclxnii. O. i:. (irevlnn left Tuoduy for Kan ax on a wcvk hunt. t.'upt. r.lllott. formerly heiiu wax In Mar-hall Monday. Mrx...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 January 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. J. fl. Williams, of Kansas City, spent Saturduy In till city. Mm. Marion (Jorrard loft Saturday for a short May In Ht. Louis. T. V. Johnson, of St. .foe, Hx'nt Sunday with Marshall frlcndM. Mini Kthlyim .f uckson wan a victim of crip several day tliltt week. Theodore tliiii, of Slater, wan the guest of Arthur Hupp Saturday. .1. M. Piilkcrson, of Salt Springs, wait In the county neat Saturday. Mr, (iconic Hrtinacgh has recov ered from n recent attack of grip. Miss Agnes Stciiccr wax the. guet of Mr. Chat Lucy Monday night. Mr-. Willie M. Wood returned Frl day from n brief visit to St. I.ouls. Mr Alex. l.ong, of Mount fconnrd, wus slmpplnu In our city Saturdny. Dr. II. M. Spoil mid daughter, .f fan. nK'iit Saturday In Itlacklitirii. Cum Mujcr who bus Intii iultc nick with grip for ten day. In convalescing Miss Merlle Clinton, of Liberty, Id the guest of Mls Stella Mounts at her home In West Marshall. Miss Hale returned l-'rlday from St. l.ouis. whe...

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