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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 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 s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Some ol Our Combinations - INDUCEMENTS TO SUISCMIERS Tiik Maksiiam. Kkitiimcax. 11m Hiest of local pa htm,' 1 ho many of our readers tell us. included in every oiler with t tit following publications: ft i Ui ft (llnlH.tiii)N'rtil (Tl n-WVekl only l.hi'Hio-k Inilli'iiliir i siK-t'hil KnriiH'p. Iiilllulc IMIilitn niily Tin' I'uiillr.v runner ' Kiiu-ii Cliy Weekly .Imiriiiil IjiiIIi'' IIiiiiii-.IiiiiiiiiiI .McClurc'. Mimllily .Mnuiiliii Cll-lllllHlllltlU ll.i.i-o-miliir price U.iii (I.V-ri'iiiiliir price :l.im I.I.Wciiiiliir prli't II ." n'unliir irlci l.7-r'uiiliir price fjjn il.O-ivmiliir r I . If you wish to take other periodicals, we can protv ably make you a rate. During the winter evenings, you doubtless find plenty of time to read. Now is the time to sub scribe. All orders should be sent directly to the MARSHALL REPUBLICAN...

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. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Ik'nt Cigar In Town. It 2 Mll.KH.fc STKKI.K. Circuit Court begun Mondny with a heavy docket. Minn I'cnrl I'urii-h Hnt Saturday with rolntlvoM at (Milium. It. .1. Hlbbi, of Oak rirovc, vixlti il M tit -hnll frlemln Krldny Mix. (ieorgle llrunuugh Iium lieen Mick tltl- week with neuralgia. Sheriff Itohcrt Hum iniiilc n bu-l-in-- trip to Cllllnni Hiitunliiy. .1. W. SpurkM left Momluy for lowu where lie will conduct ii big Mile. It. I. Senccr in uili hi- regular weekly vimU to Ftiwlti- Saturday. Com. I. KtorN ciiinc In Mnniluy imirti liif from Sinter on IiumIuo-m. Dr. II. II. Morrli xpeut TiicbiIuj- In Clu-gow on profc--liiunl Iiii-Iiic-h. A. I. I.yono nml wife returneil Krl ilny from ii to friend- In lown. Siimi'tlilliL' free. Cull mill Im iIiowii. 2 Mll.KS .V Stkki.k. Dr. Calloway wiim nblu, to Ik out Snturiluy, nftcr nu nttnek of the grip. It. C. I lorne ciiinc In from .li-lTcmon City nml " wilt Siimliiy with IiIm finnl l.v. .1. (i. Kl-cn, of Alum,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL KEPU3LICAN. Dr.Piero ran The only ulij(vi liii tlial fun Ik- iu' ee... fully myetl l that under tin' pro poed plnti In MI.ourl the flute tretm. tir.v for n lime nt le.nt would lie prm;. j tli'iillv hunkriipt. titul -mllli'lent revi-lllii- roiilil nut It rnlcd except liv mi execr-ilve lux on rorporntlnii-. With tin .title ilctit out of tin- ny, unit only jtlu' iuterc-t upon tlic certlllcute. of In ttchtcdne!.. iiml the nnlluury exicnc-i to In- provided fof. tin- revenue if reived fiotu tin' tutc tii.M' propo-cd ut ii moderate iir-nienl iiml levy would 1 1 mupti'. We hope tin1 amendment will he pllCll. It help, to I'lt'Ill till' till' t'VCII If It ill"- not dl.-lpute till tin1 foi? of llio pic-nit tux it t 'in. Ooniplitneut Thrir Po'tuiiHrM. fl 1 STRENGIIIENS k inc. 3IUMAtn Ik mmim the blood (H iiyr.t.fTi:it manw. I'iftottli'i' hiKpi i'tor t . It. Wi Ik wiie In Slut t Tin -ilu.v mill liixpii'ti'il the olllce ut t il 1 1) lire, mnl foii.plliiii'iit- It- I .- 1 1 1 llljlllll.,'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. JOHNNIE WILL BE GOOD. Will Write No Mure MtMaget on tbs Mar gin of the Rmtler- A Flitted Stnti'. punt nlllce Inspector arrived hero Inst Wednesday uinrnliiir to examine tlic pint oltlec, anil Incl dentally make I lie iu-ciiulntaiic of Johnnie Mnlili'i', tin; Iil-vciir-nlil son of .1. II. Mohlcr. Ills business with Johnnie wit to in vest Ijratc lil methods of -cndlnc; mo hiii:c to u young Iml.v friend In Kan s.in City. It appears tliut .lolinnlc, several weeks ago. sent it copy of tin1 I til "tier to it .mmiiik luily in Kansas City. It wan sent In u I -cent wrapper, which, while being liiiiiillcil by it pos till clerk, hurt ami revealed u loving inc4f.ni;' on tlx margin of tht paficr, to which the young mini's name was attached. Tin' iKr was sent to tlic post o)1lt'i Inspc-tnr, who brought It with Id tt to Slater. Hi showed John nil' tlx' iiimt inn) Interrogated lihn In rcgatd to the message on tlic margin. John, thinking the tint it was t f iittr to Joke hill), ...

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. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL Klil'UBLlCAN. Real Estate TWfers- Mettle (iriive ct al to Chin Muttlie, Ml IHTI-. 7. IL'-W-Ilt, 'Jo, M.4IM. A I' I. V II Howtmin to II Strcm initiir. lot; 7 nml hlk .'. I, v II mid to SwiM Sprlui:. :Hhi. .1 P Cooper to Luiilx I lt-i'Invr. .If. lot- it nml 7, hlk I. II '.M mill to Hhick hum. (J.. 5 W Cooper to V A I ttiiii'i. lot I nml '-. hlk II. II I'd mill to Hluckhurn. I.VI. .1 l Sni'tl to Surah A Northern. :tl IICIC!.. S-.V.VJI. . I. A .lenklii to II II dioiniiikcr. hit In il'o iii'ii'i.. ni-w-'jo. r.. V P.lenkln-. to II II Shoemaker. I tit hi I'.'o acres IH.W.LH. ix. CI'. Sunt-, mliiir. to I'm mile Kltch I'll, tract Imnl, X .J..VM,u.l.7o7.ti!i. CPStortn. mlini'. to I. K Wood, ti-tu-i of Imnl. :t. :i I :'. :i-'jn, w.nhuh. 'I' c .Inn.-, mil. to II I III , I hit hi I di I acre-. 1 t;-.".l -liiS. rTiio.TI. It M Miiil'iiii nml hu-hiind to V S llollmiil, lot- 7 nml S'f Ith iiililltl.ni M mi -Mil II. .1 (' lluhlwhi to It. It. Cull. lot. II .V I'.', hlk 17. Kim. mlilltloii. Mn...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. yyyyyvvyvvvv THE NEW YORK STORE Our Fire Sale is in Full Blast " i r 1 - r WTt " T 1 ni vjuous 01 every description are sening iasi. vv ny r uecause we nave put rire Sale Prices on them. The adjusters have finished and now we offer you our badly damaged stock at prices which are about 10 cents on the dollar, :::::: 227. Coats to Hoys' and Young Men's Suits worth any where from $2.00 to tlrt.fiO. Hadlv burned. 227 Pants and Vests to these suits untouched by fire. 125 Boys' Overcoats, damaged. All of thu above at your own prices. 500 Children's Suits slightly damaged by water at prices to close them out at alxmt 50Per Cent Less than they will cost you elsewhere. We have just opened a line o mestics and Sheetings and the low fire mile prices are on them. Calicoes worth fie for Jle Shirtings worth He for He Percales worth l'JAe for 10c Fleeced Hack (Jowls woith 10c for He Wool Dress Goods worth fiOe for .'fie Wool Press Goods worth .'We for 21e Wool Dresa Goods wort...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL KliPUBLICAN. GOOD LIVING .! (Mini u Chum- of Hail Health. Tliat ImiI health au.il iood 1 1 I i i l; often o together ns i'iiiiw anil effect i a plop iiit!nii which will he accepted nt mice liy any practUiny phvsiciau. Common cne living woiiM demand that we nte mily whi'ii hungry iiml tli.it food should lie chosen lirt for its nutritive value ami then fur its palatahlcness. So-called "K1 living" imi'ih' tltt? rulcH. Meals .ire taken at slated hours without tcfcreiice to lumber or physical require ments If appetite is liiokini. stitnnl.it itii; cotdlals or liquors ate olteu used to induce u fattc appetite. l-'ood is nut cho-.cu with regard to its nutritive value hut lor lt pleasure to the palate As a uiitur.il lesiilt the itom.ich is over-loaded willi a on. unit) of innutrition m.iteri.il Mini the l-odv i-i deprived of itsilue lump Mniiein I'rcs.-ntfy dicje til" the stmii mil .iii.l dii.-c-.tnc mid nutritive ysteiii l-euius, licticntly involvm,; heiiit, liver, kmuevs .tit. I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Will II, Brucellas returned to Kirks vlllo. Tom Nugent, of Norton, wa in the elty Tuesday. Percy Vnn Dyke npunt Wednesday In Kansas City. Will Ilea made it business trip to Slater Tuesday. (icorgo Long, of Palrvlllc, wan a visitor Tuesday. T. W. Hunter wuk Inlil up part of llic week with a M't arm. Tim McDnuntigh was In lied three day this week with grip. It. F. (initios I out ngnln after a thri-c weeks HK'llof the grip. Mis Alma McDounugh was theguest Wednesday of Mis Dm West. Mrs. .la lie Hruoe In rcpnricd to lie mtv Hick from u relapse of grip. Will M. Tyler, of Arrow Hook, wa ii guest nt Hotel Hurl Wednesday. Miss Macule Horrltruti In the guent this week of Mike Lynch ami family. I'.vnnH V Howies shipiicil a oar-load of mule to St. Louis Monday night. .lohti Harrison, of Mliioklmrn, wan a illnner guest at Hotel Hurl Wednes tiny. .lame Wlngllold, proprietor of Ho tel Hurt Ik ipillo Hick with grip thin 'k. MrH. (ieorgo Young left Tuesday for Si...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. x 'X' :f.; . x- BALM ALBA : $ Guaranteed. An Honest Remedy, Honestly Offered. II.M.M A i.ii I IiiiM' iixil III ill prm'tlrc fur tin1 1'H-I 11 1 jriir-. mill nil wim 'X' ii' It ny.ii ii Ilium1 rfii t'lly ll lux niiriinl. In I iri'iitm. nt nf Nn-nl I'm- lurrli. Cold In the lli'iiil. Sun Tlirunt. I'lcer- In Hi" Moulli. l'liiixit Hiintl-. v, linen Mure-. Ktc. Tiu'iinv hu e nil nf the triilli nf till--tiit.'iii. iil. fur III- iii'M vC" thirty iln I Mill mi i In receipt of Vhviii,iiiiiI I cent- In tniii. mull in nny iuhlre nnt'.Vii.eiit ltn nr live liuxc. fur ll.ii In t'iih iiml In In -lump.. Al mi) linn .tun IhviiiiiimIIiiIIIiiI n llirii nil .ion Iiiim mil tivnl. nnil I will i'Iii i i hilly refmiil jntir innin x. Thl- l purely n lnilin- imn.tinii,miit the n-lili'ily -liiuil- mi ll iihtII. Till- l iim-hillf I In- it-mil cnl nf -iii'li rdmiHe nnil t II hln tin i i'ik'Ii nf ' it.miik-. Thnii-iitiil-nrc -ulT'Tlim I In- ell nf thl illvnv Niidiirnlnrrli linply lHrnili tln ...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL- REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 15. 1901. NO. 2. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. Lee WlieeliT vs. Isaac Killing, set aside deed; courf orders plaintiff to dexsit $42.75 ns security (or cnMs. Charles McLaughlin et nl. vs. J. I). Mc Laughlin ot al., partition; shcrifT flies report of sale. Williams & Pciry vs. II. V. Gepharl et al., relax costs: plaintiff's motion to retax costs overruled. Clias. II. .Sell roe r vs Hank of Blackburn, equity; plaintiff Riven leave to file amended petition on or la-fore April 1, 1 91 1 . Frank Greeiiabaum vs. Marshall T. M. F. Ins. Co., contract; motion to require plaintiff tti Hive security for costs sustained. Roda A. Reni.k etal. vs, J. R. Carter, eject ment; defendant files answer. I.udu Hanks vs. Win. II. Thompson, ap peal; defendant files motion to dismiss. Louis I-'eis vs. Henry W. l-oas et al., at tachment; plaintiff files proot of publication. Slate ex rel. II. Y. Gephart vs. Joseph Wil son et al., on bo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'.nteivil nt the INiHtoHlco in Mut-yliull, Mo., a sccond-cliiss matter. TKIt.MS: $I.hi I'KIt YKAIt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAK8HAU., MtSSDl'Kt. I'KIt. I.S, I0O1. THE MORTGAGE AMENDMENT AGAIN. The members of tin: legislature after n more mature study of the probable effects of the en actment of the third constitutional amendment, titan it had previously been their lot to enjoy, seem indisposed to proceed further. Never theless, the agitation of this question locally, continues with unabated vehemence. The In dex not only charges the opponents of this amendment as tax dodgers, but threaten to publish their names as signers of a petition praying the legislature to resubmit this amendment before making it a law, heading the article "an array of tax dodgers." This is hardly n paper's right to place such a construction upon the motives of men for no better cause than a difference of opinion. The publication of their names would not...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I Before the Legislature Orgon of Dent protxses to settle the clerical force wrangle once for nil by the enactment of a hill of his own, fixing the number and salaries of all senate and house officers and employes. .V Requiring separate coaches of the railroads for black and whites is not the only proposed measure, involving the color question. Sena tor Powell has offered a bill making the kid napping of domestic fowls a penitentiary of feme which is certainly heavily penalizing the offen-e peculiar to the colored race. a On Monday, the house passed a bill intro duced liy Mains, prohibiting county courts. from granting dramshop licenses in towns of 2oooor over, unless the majority of tax-pay iug citizens in the block in which the dram shop is locate I should sign a petition asking for such a license. Slater is the only 2000 town represented bv Haiti. A The senate has passed a bill, providing that foreign surety companies sVill deposit $200,000 with the St.ite In...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

f MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Petit Jury for March Criminal Court and Road CommiMioners Ap pointed. Other Proceeding of February Term. February term Feb. 4th to ytli, inclusive. Court met in regu'nr session. Members present J. T. StonfTer, R. W. Hickmnn and K. C. Hnnnn. judges, K. V.. L. Smith, clerk nud K. T. Hum Sheriff. Court opened by the sheriff. Warrants ordered drawn as fol lows: Barber Asphalt Co., $1999, 38; O'Day Clothing Co., S6.35: J. K Pickett arcount Si 25: State Hos pital for hiMine Xo. 2, 152,1.90; State Hospital for Insane Xo. 3, $1310 6.s. Komi of W. H. Lynch examined and approved by the Court. Petitioners file request of commis sinners in the I. I). Sapphism ec al rondcase, and warrants ordered drawn in amount of 515 in be paid when s;d parties file proper right of. way; cause is continued. In the matter of petition of C B. Kibler et al for a change of road, the report of the commissioners is filed, and it is ordered that an appropria tion in amount of Si 0...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CAR LOAD OP SUGAR. New York Racket Store Buys Car Load to be Sold at $5.85. Doubtless the first car load of su gar ever consigned to one firm in this city, litis been received by the New York Racket. Messrs Hess, the wide a-.uvake proprietors of this stole, bought this car load lot in older to secure the closest price of the wholesaler, promising to give the consumer the advantage of the rati they .secure thiough such n large order. Thirty thousand pounds of sugar, the itinount in this consignment, is no small quantity, hut the New York Racket don't expert to keep The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G Howery, living on the old Samples farm near llerudou, died on Sunday morning, Feb. loth, at ten o'clock of pneumonia it long in stock, for as lout: as it ,fter an illness of one week. Fun- lasts, the people will have a chance j""1 W,IS Monday afternoon to buy the best granulated sugar at! 1,1,(1 ",m'nl nt Mt- "" cemetery. $5 ,s5 lR'r hundred or 17 pounds The fun...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftftftttftttftftftttftttttftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftfttt Read! Read! Read! ft fit fit fit fit fit ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK is coming and we must make room for it. In order to do ho wo will stdl tin1 remainder of our Kail and Wilder Stock at prices that defy competition all of these must go: Your Choice for $20.00 - Fancy Scotch IMaids worth S'JT.OO Fancy Knglish Novelties worth J7 to () Film HomeSpuns worth from t'JK to t'JS Fine Domestic Weaves worth W:i to 27.00 Place votir order now as this olfer holds irood for a short time only 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 THE KRUMMEL TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT g 8 ft ft No. 73, West Side Square, Marshall, Mo. ft ft ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftmftftftftftftftft Fancy Work Club Entertained. Mrs. J. ! Huston entertained the Fancy Work CIul) nt nn elegant one-o'clock luncheon on Wednes t...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Valentine Party. Miss Janet Laird, whose enter tainments are always characterized liy a certain degree f elegance, gave a very unique and delightful valentine party to the P. I. K. club on Thursday evening, Feb. 141I1, 1 no 1 at her home on lvist North street. The guests upon their arrival were each given a red heart tied with dainty ribbon, as hearts were to Ik: the predominating feature of the evening and hunting hcxrtswas one of the principal diversions. The valentine contest proved an especiall) amusing feature. Comic valentines were pinned around the 100m tu the nurt conspicuous places as a burlesque on each guest pieseut, and the one guessing the greatest nuudier, received aheartof chewing gum for his or her efforts, after whl.h each guest was requir ed to write an original valentine for which the prize given was a fancy luarl shaed box of Lowney's candies. An elegant luncheon was served in the (lining room for which p.irt- tiers were selected in a novel a...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Cream Baking For a third of a century American housewives have found Dr.Prlcc's Bak ing Powder invariably a guarantee of light, sweet, pure and wholesome food. Always makes the perfect biscuit, cake and bread. mice BAKING POWDCN 00. CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. iic-t uiu'iii - in Town. Wl Muxs.V Si i:i:i.i ' Wit.- .Inley -teak III CAMI'IIIII.I. .v mix's. Colli c toe McAml In Slater. .V.'-.Vl peiit .satin day Mr-. Al Vnwter I i eoverhiif from an attack of crip. I'. I.. I'eak, of IHiickliiirn, wn II vl-ltnr here Satiiriliiy. Try I mi- .V !ro ' liimn- made elimlle-, they lite the he-t. .tl! Frank Kay, of Mt. Leonard, wa in theeolinty ent Sutlll itl . C. Oilell I repnrled lcK with "Hp I at hi home In South Mar-hall. Mr-. II. T. (iai lh 1 a -ulferer of the .'l ip at her home on College Hill. .1. V. Davi of the Falrvllle nelt'h- lioihonil, wa- a vl-ltor Siiturdiiy. Mi Sadie nriidford pent Sunday al Slater with Ml Kdna Moworker. Mr-. Koliert Smnlldsre ha n -lek thl- week w...

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. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF You nil know 1tJ Wliftitllncy Mll.KS STKKI.K. OyMor erved up-to-date at I.00111N tiro'. M2 Ia ii Mm tell of Napton. "pent Snliir tiny In the city. W. X. 1 1 ii IT, of Ml. .cnunrd. wit In tin' city Sutnrduy. Vincent Occur ha liecn xlck lnce Friday with tlic mump. Ml Nellie Ho-c In reeovcrlni.' from u week' lllnc of lnullltl. Ml Mnmle Howard left Friday for n ilt to relative In Keilullii. A. II. Stewart eiune In Thurduy to pcnd cvcrul week at dome. Thotnil Kiliculd of St. I.oul, xpelit Siitiirday mid Suudiiy In the city. Mcdumc .1. W. unil Mort I'lper were In '.lie city liopplnu' Sntutdiiy. Schuyler Mariietl and wife were the ft 4? i JUST A WORD WITH YOU 4 I wih to announce to the people of Muridiitll mid Siillue County that I have o1l my ittook of (iothliitf, Shoe and Furnl-liliiL' CoimIm to the Men-I'llV-Mll.l.s ClXrrillNtl Co. and will move to Sptititftlcld jut an noon an 1 cun get niutlcr arranged, a I have relative, living there with whom I can...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 February 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. New York Muck Wheat. It:! Milks v Stkki.k. Altli'l l'onnrd lelt Tueiln for Fll.V CttC. I. (i. Mnxon rntiilc ti living trip lo Shelhlnn Tuexdny. .1. It. Mlxhnp. of Ml. Leonard, wax In tin city Tue.-ilny. Alex Appling McAlll-ter Sprltm wn In tlii city Monduv. .1. II. I.ovce, of Kan-a- City, wu ii vl-ltor In thl- city Tnc-iliiy. Mi-. .1. Y. I.. Davl- U reported tiiltc xlek at her home In Fnlrvlllc. I!. I'. Spencer, necnmpntilcd I iy .In-h I Iiii-Ikm. It'll Wciliiexiltiy for Fayette. Mi. WMIIIiiiii Pnrrl-li iiml Mr-. T. Y. I.acv -pent Yiilin-ilny In (Milium. Mlitt Funnlc Vuwtcr. who xulTcrcd a iclnp-c wltn uppcmlliitl-. I- luiprov lnu. Little Mary Dcun. Ilvlnu we-t of town, I- rrcovcrlnu front an iittnck ol -on1 throal. Dr. T. A. Mel.cnnon .mil wife, of Ml. l,eonurd. were -Impplnu In our city Tnexduy. I.. T. Lund, innnuucr of tin1 llluu'lii" vlllc Mllllnu ' wa a Mar-hull vl llor Tiic-ilny. Ml Mexx Orcur li'fi Mondnj for a vl-lt to friend- In Onk (Sro...

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. — 15 February 1901

I i I i MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. vyyyyyyvyvvyvyvvvyvy THE NEW YORK STORE Wc have disposed of all of our damaged stock and now we offer vou only Firsts 3- Class Goods, new, fresh and up'to'date. Every department in our store is pre- J n:irinr tit nut nn Ciniv IVpiu rrrwlc iir nrrivimr rrrr t:r Tin; Scout of thai Department Dress (Ms of which we an; justly proud arc 11 Kit K: Stylish Weaves and Colorings of Swell Fabrics These that are in will give you an idea of what our stock will be when complete. Something New We are now equipped with filgb tirtfe Stem Sponger kick SPONGES properly and gives the good a RICH SIGHTLY LOOK afltrwtrdt. Buy your DressOooa of us anal have them properly ponged at iliht cost mini wa. el sc. a yard mini mn No MA'1-rr.ii How Coon Matkiiiai. KOIl Tl I K DltKSS Fit, Style inn SitisUction rimii'- from liavliij.' the umiimIh ron-r. Iv SIDNCI'.I) liefoiv Mntr iiiimIi up. In niii' Dii'f- (ioinlri ili'imrtinoiU wc iilin In I'.Nccl. mill i'iicIi M'linin will Ih fiiimil...

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