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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKMtALL REPUbMCAN. City Council Meeting. The board of aldermen met in the office of the mayor nt the city hall, Monday evening, Match 4th. Pres ent, Mayor Jno. Hlnir, I). F. Hell, J. W Carter. J. R. Phillips. G. W. I.ankford. J. M. Huff. Aldermen; Ol lie Hums, city marshal and K. P. Sjicncer, city attorney. Absent, A. R. James, clerk and O. S. Har din, alderman. On motion, R. P. Spencer was elected clerk pto tem. Officers monthly teport filed. Petition for sidewalk along west side of lot 1 1 , block .1, in Allen's .Mid addition, filed; clerk ordered to jit did upon this occasion, wilh its notify propeity holders and attorney many colored lights and floral de ordeied to draft ordinance provid- orations of smilax and white lillies iug for said walk. that were used in the music room, Motion made that mayor be an-! while bride's roses and sweet vio thoried to sign contract or renew 'lets, making an appropriate and lease with V. H. Culvert for the! beautiful setting for the fair young l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

V MAKMIAI.L REPUBLICAN. f Concert at M. V. C. The concert given in the chapel ut Missouri V nl ley college on Mon day evening, March 4th, liy the middle elass in the school of music, wan largely attended hy an appre ciative audience. The following excellent program was rendered in a highly creditable manner to both teachers and pupils: Oveitnre. "Marionette" op tltirlitt Firm plaint. MIi'h Olive (illliicntli tin.) Mvi l Spi'luir: Sieoiiil piano, Mlt" N1111111I Ail 11 in iiml Minnie Maekev. HntigH without Word (111 "CoMl ileiuv." No. 4: ili) Mo fill IVinuiit." No. li ie) Consolation. No. It -Men-ili'ltoliti-MI Helen llrailfnril. 'The lltnoklet" (.Situtlei M In r.iniuii Clinptniin. Ilitltiitl. "Return"- Ml Mnmlo Milt-key. Meo Soprano ToMl. ''I'lii' Mutlnee" DcicM-k Ml" Olive Cllliri'iitli. Minuet In H Mat -Mnzint Firm pi lino, Ml Chapman: Second piano, Mi Kthfl Spin iln. ".lo.vful lleatt" - Dclui-oiir -Mi I'.llii'l Spiiryln, Itiilliul, "Maid of Allien" . Walter Mr. .1. W. Shepherd. "S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL Ktil'UBLlCAN. LewitsRobertaon. A wedding in which many have lH.'iti interested for weeks, on ac count of the proinincncc of the con tracting parties, was that of Mr. William Overton Lewis of this city to Miss Susan May Robertson of Slater, that took place at the home of Dr. J. A. Robertson on Tuesday, March 5th, 1901, at high noon. This pretty home wedding oc curred amid surroundings most pleasant. The decorations of pot ted plants, fans and palms through out the house, formed a pretty set ting for the services that were es nevially impressive and beautiful. The bridal party entered the par lor in the following manner: Mrs. llruce Harnett of Scdalia, matron of honor, came first; she was hand somely gowned in pearl gray broad cloth with trimmings of figured p.uinc velvet, with binds ol stitch ing 011 jacket and wait. She wore a light grey straw hat, with trim mings of grey silk mull and pink roses, grey gloves and bride's roses. She wr.s followed by the bride on the arm of t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKMIAI.L KliFUBLICAN. Miss Lola Rots. Agniu hns the ati',cl of dentil vis ited one of Marshall's lmppy homes mid taken away the only child, an idolized daughter. Miss I.oln Ross, daughter of Mrs. Nannie Rons on Kastwood, died Saturday afternoon nt four o'clock after an illness of four weeks, She was first taken with n severe vaccination and niter wards developed symptoms of ty phoid fever that terminated in hrain fever with the nliove results. She was one of those quiet, gen tle creatures that to know was to love and was called one of the brightest iiiein!ers of the grad uating class at the Marshall High school this year. She was n very intellectual young lady and looked forward to her life in the future ns a teacher with many hright hopes. She nuil her wiitowed mother con stituted the family and their home life was very beautiful indeed. Kaeh seemed so essential to the other and the loss is a great one to the mother, who is left alone in her gient mm tow. The dentil of this only c...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Some oi Our Combinations INDUCEMENTS TO SUISCMIErlS Tin: M.Mtsii.M.t. Hkim'iii.ican. 1 ln "best of local papers," no many of our render tell us. included in every oiler with the following publications: ft I Hi Hi iltiilH-lt.-iiiiH-ml (TwIowi-WVrkt only I. Hi' MiN-k Imlli'iiliir I SihtIiiI Fiirnu'r-In-tltutc Kitlilon ; mil Tht' I'uiillr.v Knrnit r ' Kiiti-ii City Weekly .Icniriiiil Ijiillf.1 Iliiinc.lnuriiiil McClun-'- Mimllily Miunilie- CllllllHlll r.-uMilnr price ." l.?.V-rfiiuliir price l.i' tl.l'i r.-uiilnr price l."." ri'iiiiliir price ij.ui t.T.'i r.-uu lnr price l.nWcmiliir prion If you wish to take other periodicals, we can prob' ably make you a rate. During the winter evenings, you doubtless find plenty of lime to read. Now is the time to sub scribe. All orders should he sent directly to the MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ft ft f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PUBLIC SALE OK VAM'AIII.K IIKAI. KKTATK AT MALTA. UK. SH, M I SHIM' It I MARCH 9, 1901. Tin- nniler-luiust i-xii'iiliir nf tin- liili'tif .1. A. McCllntli', liicniiiiilliiliCf Mllh Hie Iitiii- iiihI ciiiiiIIMmii. nf tin' liit Will if tin-lilliHli'i'i'iiM'il, will nil Hii.lsiiiliitiii t Mi n'a-lix'k III III" iifli rniH.il, ell Hi fit rm iM'lonuiim l' iilil intii, ciiii.l.tliiu of ill iicn (innri'iir l.-i.-lliinl.il ntiiMiiiil Mini Hiiurli r (l4i mil. ..iilln iil of MiiIIm ll. ii. I. Ml rl -TIIIt.MM- I'n-li In Iiiiii.I when il.-iliir.'i.'llMT-it. iim lin.T uhlnu i'i-rllllil clerk ur Im.ihI In Hi.-inn nf uii.. HiiiiimiiiiI liillnr tn iriiiiriiuh-' u fnllli A. F. BROWN S. P. HOUSTON. EXECUTORS. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Thomas Otlcy spent Friday In Kati u. City. II. II. Puton- iclurncd Saturday from .leircixin City. F. A. Furrcy made u business trip, to Milium Saturday. ; A. .11. Ilunlcy, of Wuuumiikcr. wan. ti visitor here Siituriluy. i .lame- Sparks returned Saturday, lllu'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Side-Tracked t Sl.iter. I'.. C. CirwH, formerly of I'a.vettf, unit lit wife, to whom It I ropoiti'd In win nuti i liMl only u fuiV luy u(o, havo Imtii taking thi-lr lioiii'.vtuoou lit Sinter In fiiliiitf"i locntcil on n ili! trnt'k titar tin rlwU yuriU. They trol on tin-train at Itlooinlnu'ton, III.. lnt I'l liluy iiilit with ticket for Kunii! City. It win it eolil nlitlit unit when flew-. ;ot on the train with hi fiiee nil urai'il lip. It wio not oliM'rvril that he hail a well ilevelopcil eu-e of muiiII pox. When he nrrlveil ul(lti Ifiiw -onif of the pu-i'lii.'i'l' notlceil hi- eomlltton ami iiiaile a proU-M. Or. Ilimanl met the train at Slater. e. iitnlni-il the man ami ilei'lilrtl he hail Mtiall pox. Me refueil at llrM to uet oil anil the train wa hehl 'JO nilnnte Iteforc he I'oithl lx Imliieeil to leae It. rinally he anil hi wife took up their nhoile In the ili'imt, whete they held i nnilUpnteil pn-c"rl(in fur two ila,v. a the auent ii'IiimmI to trnn-aet liu...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Btal EtUi Trauifen. T T Cobb and wife to T K Kollov. part lot -I. block I, Haran addition to .Marshall, 2000. Samuel Gilo and wife to l C Ar mcntrnut. 20 uerc 14-ftl2l. 1ihj. .1 A Drone to Cuthei Inu A Schrood cr, 2.8 uerc lll-fto.2.1, ulso lots ft, tl, 7, X, I) addition to Hlackhurn, .li'i. F W Mnllcnhrnck to Catherine A Sehrocder, lot 4, block 2, I) addition to Hlackhurn, t4i. T.I Sullivan and wife to Otto Ilium, 82.00 acre III, l7-.".2-lll, fgjoo, W M Morris to .1 II Grace, land lit, lft-ftl-20, fVMI. K II Field to J II Grace, land lO.ftl 20. 2000. I II Noonan and wife to .1 K .lett ft al, .14 acre- :i(.:..2l, tlHOO. I) C Morrlt to .1 M Itohcrtson, 130 acre x, : ii, 17000. Goo Clough to Mury A Clough, part lot 113 Kitst MarHhall, 4)1.0)1. Goo Cloiuh to lljU II Donchoo, pin t lot 0.1, Kit Marshall, 2fton, .1 A Sink to J W Cllnurd, -'0 acre lo. 18.22. iHlIki. .1 II Wellington to Avery V .lucohy lot 8, bliM'k II, Hudson' addition tit Marshall, lno. .1 I. .Musnn ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MARSHALL Klil'UBMCAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. John U. Corker K)int Suiiilny In Slater. C. It Win-low, nf NcIpoii. wn- In tin city Mniiilay. A. I.. Klrhy. of .lriteron Clt. wu In mil' rlly Monday. li. .1. Ittttox. of ralfvllli'. win In the I'iMiiiiy "ciit Mnnilny. li. W. Ilii'kiiiiin. of OicarvHIc. win. In the lt city Tmtlax . .1. It. Stcrrctt iiml Aunti-t Smith, of Slulcr. well' lirn- Monday. Mr-. ('. N. Kami' condition hn I n very pcrloii- for ilny Will llollmiil. of Sedulia. wa the uc-i of friend- here Siitnliiy. Mr-, .lolin Hnynle. of Wuvcrly. wa n vl-lior In tliU rlty Tuc-iluy. .1. W. Spark- It'll Siimluy ultcrnnon lor Knnn- City ami Cnlrairn. ( W. W. rulkcr-on left Momlay for a I 1 1-1 1 tlnonuli tlu Imllmi Territory. Hcv. .1, I'IiIIIIp-, of Cordcr. made III- 1 icitulur vlli to till- city tlili- week. Tuc.iliiv U -mid lo have hcen tlic I inn-t illfiiLM-i't-nlili' iluy of tlil year. Thornton KcynohN wu- away from -chuol pail of the week from -lckne . Al .lurilcn uml wife -pent Snmlay wi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKStlALL KliPUbLlCAN. Olub Smoker. 9 with xumllpox. This only roll Mi i ' .Mnrxhull In-i hcptemiHr with a niiiti I IV till III lilt llf llUt-l'll. Will) tdllk XCV- itiiI enr-loiidx nf horses SiMitli. I It h death uwuy friitn liom with the ilrciul disease f Mtmillpox Ik especially xad. Tilt1 ICIIIUltlX Were llltclicd III Olt'CII- vlllc, as they could mil n hrnuuht home, owlnu to his huvlnu died with u cnnlliulnux disease. 'I'Ih' deceased wax ii iiiiinly, intelligent ynunu limn, mom companiiiuuhlc to hlx friends mill a ureal comfort to hlx father mill mother. The ItlHTIII.ICAN extends deepest sympathy to the inniirnlnu finnlly. Work Qrow Tireoiiie. The "eluh xtnoker" given at Mlstle toe (.'lull rooms on Moniluy evening last, to whirh no one hut the memlier were mlniitteil, proved u yrntiil xtic ccxx tint) wax well attended. Noilouht the xeuxoti heuiin under such pleasant xiirroundinu will prove u most enjoy uhle one throughout. , The program for the evrnlnu Includ eil ii In no Hn'o h...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKMIAI.I. KI:l'UULKwN. WARTS AND WEEDS. Till! lUFKKHKNCi: HKTWKKN WISIII.M. AND WOKKINO. II it ittipnl.ir tv hclli'icil tli.il wnrtsciti lie wUhcil iiu.iv tint I lie (.irttUT wlio sit ilnwii mill ttlcil to clear hl licliHiv inlitt the w ceils .im.iv wolilil soon litiil dis crops jnuf. It takes wot kiin to ii i rlil of wceil. anil tin man with the hoe tim-t tint in mi.iiiv ii limy it. iv hclme lie can tnliir well eiirneil uM. It Ik a singular fact tli.it a 14re.1t nutty jicopte lrr.it crttaiu loims ol ilic.ce n Mints arc villi in ! tic.iti'il liv welling This Ik especially mi hi tin- civ ol .V v. V l conclii. "I wish tin nmijli tlMu t liother nil" mi." they siy "I wish in v conili iliihi't keep mi awake mi tinti'li," iiml on, Ii neier it'inr to occur to tlictii tint it takes m ini- measures to ii I liil ol a finish ; tll.it a t'oii)li is liku a wt-eil, I'linvm tt;!il ii'iuii. ami t lit lonycr it pints till- ilccptr it strikes ll llMlts ll a m ill liwinl lii' n! triu of a r.tttlt sni...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

MAKSIIjAU.v. KEPUbtlCAN. ., LOCAL IN. BRIEF. Miss Viola Potry left Tuesiluy for Saline Clt.v on a visit. Judge .1. II. f lutitur made a buslne trip to Slater Tuosdaj, Mrs. .1 nines Sterne, of SI liter. I vis iting St. l.otiU relatives,,, Mnjor Donley left Wednesday for liW farm In Denton county, Mrs. Win. Itelil, of HlaUir. Is reenv. orlng from a recent Illness, llolieri Ite.vnolils nimlu it trip to Sprluglleld this week on liitshiess. ,1'iiler M. Hover attended the lwis Itobortsnn wedding t Slater Tuesiluy. .). S. Jenkins mid wife have returned from it visit to relntlves In Memphis, Mo. .lolm Gnllowuy, of Suit Spl ine's. Is reported to be iillc sick with small-pox. Mls Francos Viiwtcr, who has been wore all week. In some lielter us wugo lo press, Thomas Moore, of Sim I 'nil tic. Wis eiinsln, Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Thomiis (till. Tlmmas Otlcy letiiineil Wednesday night from h trip to louvcuworth and Kansas City. Mrs Amelia Mayer rrtmied Wcdnos- day inornlnir from a visit to ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 March 1901

vyyyyyyvyvvvvyvvvyvy I I i I I i MAKSIIALL Klil'UBMCAN. THE NEW YORK STORE Our Mr. Mayer has returned from the eastern markets with as good a line of Summer Goods as one may see in cities twice the size of our own. It is our aim to do the biggest business in the history of this establishment, and to maintain our prin ciple ot c , c t, c c "BEST GOODS Hft THE LEAST MONEY." It lias been necessary for us to put forth bigger efforts than heretofore. We arc showing a splendid line of : : : : Ladies' Man Tailored Suits Cloves (The Best Ideas) New Dress Goods Foulard Silks Waist Silks, Crepe de Chine Summer Goods in Endless Variety New Belts New Pocket Books. We ask you to look through our stock and be convinced that THIS IS TIM: IM.ACK to purchase your new Spring outfit. MAYER & SON 1 1 1 !

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL- -REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 15, 1901. NO. 5. ATTEMPTED MURDER FROM AMBUSH. George Lytchtiter Waylaid and Serioutly Shot When Returning Home Eight Mile South of Marshall He Accuses John Davenport. George Lytchlitcr, a farmer living nearly eight miles .south of Marshall, was very seri niisly injured by gunshot wounds, received from nu assailant in ntnhttsh Thursday even ing, March 7U1, as he was returning home after a trip to Marshall. He affirms that the man, who cowardly sought his life under cover of darkness, was a supposed friend and close ncighlKir, John Davenport, who was arrested upon the charge, hut released upon loud. Lytchlitcr lives with his mother about two miles west of the King Pealiody farm, in an humble one-room cabin. He has always home a good reputation and was not known to have incurred any enemies or provoked trouble. In his own words, "lie did not know that he had an enemy on earth." and was singing along the road from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL : REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knit-red nt the 1'oxtnltlco In Marshall, Mo., ns m-coinI-cIdis matter. TKKMS: I 'Hit YKAK IN ADVANCK. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MAKCII 15, I90I. VALEDICTORY. With tli is issue, our official connection with the Marshall Rkitiilican ns proprietor and editor ceases, the paper ami plant having been sold to Judge J. H. Hunter, one o( our hiRlily res)ected citizens. Of his preeminent qualifi cations untl high .standing, nothing need le vouchsafed by the retiring management, for his acquaintance in Saline has Iwcn broad enough to thoroughly establish him in the good opinion of her people. That he will not only maintain the standard of the paper, but steadily promote its service and broaden its field, we feel assured, thus re taining and increasing that support for him self which hns been generously accorded his predecessors. For nearly three years, the Riin'iu.lCAN has been directed by the retiring 'management, who, while recognizing and striving for i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WATER WORKS CASE IN COURT. Attorneys for City File Suit Against Marshall Water Company and American Loan and Trust Company to Secure a Reason' able Valuation on System. The attorneys for the city, R. P. Spencer nml W. M. Williams, failing to secure through arbitration from the Maishall Water Com puny and the holders of bonds issued by this corporation, the Americau Loan and Trust Company of Massachusetts, nn agreement UK)n a reasonable selling price, have brought the controversy into court and pray a settle ment of the same in fixing the value nnd approving the purchase ol said waterworks by the city of Marshall Their ctilitu was filed Monday in the Sa line Comity Circuit Court and will come up for consideration during the May term. It will be recalled that T. W. I.acy was appoint ed by the city council as one of three commis sioners to affix a value to the water works plant and system of Marshall, Maj. 1) T Jones be ing chosen by the company, the third party to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr. Mary Ellen Rand. Again lias the angel of death vis ited one of Marshall's happiest homes and taken from it the devot ed wife and indulgent mother. Mrs, Mary Hllen Rand, wife of C. X. Rand of this city, passed nway on Friday, March 8th, 1901, at 4:30 in the morning after a ling ering illness with consumption. She who less than one short year ago was enjoying perfect health, had been cut down in the very prime of life and at a time when she seemed to he the most necessary to her family. While her condition has been serious for months, yet she would he at times so improved, that the family would take fresh hope that the dread disease might he .stayed. The relapses that would follow each Improvement proved doubly depressing. Mrs. Rami had an attack of grip luring the winter of 1000, which left her health much impared, but from which she recovered sufficient ly to resume her duties as organist of the Cumberland Presbyterian church in this city. On the jth of last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. TaylofSwjln. A wedding of ttiuch Interest tn the people of the Blue Lick and Wauamakcr neighborhood was that of J. V. Taylor of Wauamaker and Miss Rosa Swain of Blue Lick, which took place at tlte home of the bride on Wednesday, Mnrch 13th, at high noon, Kev. William Loose of the Northern Methodist church officiating The inipresive ceremony ' was performed in the presence of the relatives and a few friends of the contracting parlies. The groom is an industrious young farmer, of excellent habits, who is well to do and has many friends throughout the county who congratulate him upon his good fortune in securing for a wife uch a prize in the matrimonial market The bride is a step daughter of I. M. Wingficld of Blue Lick, is both intelligent and handsome, pos seeing nniiv admirable traits of hai cut. 1 d is very popular -with til v 1,0 know her. An e'egaut dinner was served 111 mediately alter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs, Taylor lelt in the af tcrno'tn for Wanamaker, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. AT Dr. Price's Halting Powder supplies nine, wholesome leavening ajjent, which makes ihe biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which is the greatest dietary danger of the day. The foremost baking powder in all the world. rM'OC BAKING POWDIR OO. CHIOAQO. LOCAL IN BRIEF .Iniliri' llli'li came i Monday (rum Sluii'i' in aticiiil criminal court. Mm. Annie I.. Vcnahlc. of KoiiIiil'. was In our i'Ii.v Saturday, the truest of ' friends. Miss May McDuiilel.. of Liberty. I llii' mii't of Mrs. Orortilc WUo on ! Itllscll sttCCl. Mm ii, to Mr. mill .Mm. M.C. Muu.y. I of Kuhoka, Mh.. on Saturday, March nth. a -on. j Fnu s.m.i: 'iii:,i A new folil lui;-ln-il. For particulars apply at this I OlUcC. I'lltf. ' The many friends of Finnic Ciiine ( hell an clad Indeed to sec li tin upon 1 our streets uu'iiln. sound anil well. j I). L. Cooper am) fuinlly HjM-nt Sun day utili'tly ami pleasantly with Dr. I). ('. (inn- ami wife on Fast...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. I. ocnn (.'linpiK'll, of Mount l'omird, wan u visitor Frlduy. Mix An ntc Kline, of Shiu-klfortl, wa a visitor Saturday. Sum Meudo, of Sinter, was the Ktiost of friends here Sututday. .Iumc I'. Martin, of Arrow I took, wus In tin city on Frlil iiy. Hubert Hcynolds ret ii mod Saturday from a business trip to Sprlnullcld. II. I'. Huwkln and K. l Itrown tHnt Frlduy at (irund Can on a hunt. Mm. tScorife I oho, who has lieon iiilt! nick with broni'lilllH, In Improv Int'. MUs M amlt! I'ottor tont sevorul dn.VH with Kunsus City iclutlvcs this week. Mrs. Dolllo Maker and T. J. Hob erton, of Mount lconurd, smjM Sun day In this city. Miss Noruh McMuhiiu and Walter Town-tend, of Arrow Hook, wore up Frlduy shopping. The friend of Mr. I.. .1. Miller arc triad to know she 1m improving after her serious Minor.!. Miss Uuby Pearson hu I toon quite Hick in the hoiuu of Mrs. Annie Vance on .lelfcrMiii avenue. Miss Delta Norvlllc returned Sutut" day from a visit to M...

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