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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

i THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aug. 4, WW OTHER PLEASURE TRIPS. Scholarships for Young Men and Women Missouri Valley College .St. Savior's Academv at any of the following named institutions Marshall, Mo. Gem City IUimiicss College Marshall, Mo. Nardin College Central Collect) Oxmgtnn, Mo. Quinsy. III. Mexico, Mo. GIVEN AWAY WITHOUT COST BY THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RBAJJ OLTv' OFFBJtS Firtt Offer. Thirty days trip to Paris Kxjiosition in iijoo, nil expenses paid, transferable if desired, for Five Hundred Subscribers. Second Offer. A years tuition, and matriculation ft: room rent and table loaril in any College in tin State for Five Hundred Subscribers- Third Offer. A years tuition, and matriculation fee in Mo Valley. Hardin or (icin City lltisinc College, for One Hundred Subscribers. Fourth Offer. Ten days trip to Colorado, all excuses id. includes I louver, Colorado Spring and Maniteau for One Hundred Subscribers. Fifth Olfer. Ten days trip to New Orleans. I.a . or Calves- ton, Tex., al...

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. — 4 August 1899

Any. 4, 18110. TIIK MA It SUA LL It KPU1U, WA N. STOLEN HORSES. Robbers Might be Run Down i( the Proptr Steps Were Taken. Ill tin- I'liunllcK .until i)t I Villi thi'li I. nil UlJulllmtlllll lit fill tiTn known n. tin- Atitl-lltirM-lhlif ni.in-liitliiiii tin- ilir m .... t if Willi h In til lllllkt- hnr." U'lilliijf iiiipinlltnhlt anil hiinrituii., Nm Itli-tiiiiillntr ti tUtimv u( lhl iii.tn-lutluii. ii ntiuiLr nf vuliinlili' linri 1 1 11 lii-t-n Muli-ii In lli'iir. riiuiit.v ini'titli mill tin nililMT nni I'mmimi Mtlh thi'lr utiilt-ii pruH-rt). Willi" llll llxlM'lllllllll. Illlll Illlll . nt It. klml, i-ti. nil rlulit hIm-ii tin munir. mi- tin.i-tthil mnl tlili-vm hml mi plini. ii Mi.i-ti tiii.-nt liut the hill-. th" hit nuw uli.uh't". A tm ini-r 1. tint n Ihli'f cuti'lii'i. n ii ruti. mill ! -tl't .Illl ll itmi flmlltiK tin. .tlili'll piti'Miti mill mIhii Ih In..'. trnrk nf Unit. Iviill-. Sillllllll liH. II IllllllU-r lltlllll't I'lltl'lf IIH-I ttlm hull' ill I IllB'. l,. Ihui nllk...

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. — 4 August 1899

TIIH MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aug. 4, I8JII1 An Evening at the Piper Home. A plenmnt went of the .ut week was, nn evening with Mr. anil Mm. Mott Piper nt tlieir dclle,ht(ul country home south of Marshall, whii entertained n number of friends at Mippcr on h'tiday even inn in honor of Misses Ida and Daisy Hlsc.i, of Mt. Leonard. The liicr home is one of the most pleasant place in the county to visit, and the elegant & cmir.su supper was such u one as Mm. Pi per knows mi uell how to Ret up. A special feature of the cvviiIiik and one that was highly .ippiec'i ateil ly nil present! was the excel lent music ami iccitiitlons by Misei Mollis, and Wood. Anton the yneKls- weie Mia .Veil Stewart. MIhmm Wood and Mortis, of Anow Uncle; Mian All tile Itrviilv and I. .V. Tetrill, ('lias. Hiker, of Mt, Ulive iiciKhhothood, Hiram WliitiiiiK.T.iin Uuiucy.ChiiR Piper niul Mr. and Mr. Jas. I'iper. A Dance t Elk Mill. A large ctntvd attended the uity Riven l.y Mr. Clay Taylor of I'll; Hill on Inst Wedne...

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. — 4 August 1899

Aug. 4, 18911. 'JHh MARSHALL 11EPUBLWAN. ft - ft GETTING READY TO MOVE Into Our New Building, a; I 'A ft ft'! v, ?' i 3 ' eg & w I-: 'fc CS I; $ 5& ij i. And as we intend i open up there With Nearly u Entirely New K, we will, to close ou( and clean up iliis present slock, make prices on u'oods. odd lots, broken sizes, su miner ooods and a thousand other sea sonable oods, so cheap thai you can'! allbrd Io pass Ihein. We can't quote you prices hereon any special line of uoods lor as last as we have room we throw them out at a price that will clean them up quick, so come and. see us when you are in town lor there is one tiling out to-day and something else to-morrow. We have a lew items we will quote here dry Roods Thirty thousand yards lull stan nnl calico remnants nt .tc Scotch I..1WIIS llcst 1. I. Muslin c Wanon covir, dink ifc men's shirts A IiIk ;iti'.l l'V far the finest line of work ami dress shirts e i-vel liml at JSC .tjc ami .hc overalls Our overalls nt .a haven't an ...

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. — 4 August 1899

12 'ihE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i II Nl'lmui IN THE COUNTY. MALTA DEND Win. liurull. our I'. M.. I now mi ti li In Hi... Cii.. I Hi In. in I-It lil i;in lit. uml nl.l fil.-iiilM lie will In' fc' " 1 1 iiIk.bI a imiiilli, Mr I It llmarn iinil Jn Tuliln -tit l.i.t Huii'lii.t nt Mi-Alll.trr Spilliif t l.ltliur tlii-lr win-., ulm lltm- Ini II tlii'tr .nim- IIiih. II limki'il lllti liii-ln.'.. IiiI Mum n lii m- iiiir in'rt Itirtill in mni rrtnl mil II HHltllll tmiil of n In- furiilliili-. Mr. . .ill IIimh'II anil Iht thtw i-lill-ilM'h uf m-nr intHftH. Kit", iin- li"iv 1. 1' In M'lutUi mill frk-wl.. S T WH.mi .V Snu. rnlkil mil u ih-w "iirj lur iiw yiMinit limn nl lirnipl I'll" InM MniHln.i Mi Kll Iti'iik'k. nlllii' - mikU .1 . I Ih'It i l.iting Mr .1 .1 Hlu.lu-r hii l'.u.t ifiu-. tr I. li Mu ml lln.liln. nl Kiiiim.. i. lii'ii' Walling )n t i,n-nl. Mr iiii'I Mm S T WH.mi. Mr. V T tii-riiiitn nn iiiiiIIii-iI In In r l.il h M iliin till ni.-k willi rlifiiiiuilUifi. II i-Hittiil Hun- I" mi 1 i....

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. — 4 August 1899

A UK. , IMMl. HI Mil P VIVI see a snow ssorm in summer? We never did; but we hive teen the clothing l thl time ol the Year to cotrcJ ith danJfulT tint It looked a If It had been out In regular (now ttotm. No ncedot thl.nostnfni. A( the (ummer un woulJ melt the railing (now (o win Ayers Hair Vigor 'JJh MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ! A Wedding Breakfatt to the Bridal ' I Party An i.ii'itlniiull) ii-aMint ntTitlr tliitt ii'iv-'iliil tlx' (iltlillnirl.mttfan uiililllij: u Mir hi-MIhk lin iikfii-t I itltui M Ml-. W. II. I'uti', lit Inn Iiiiiii1hiiiii lionii' on Kant North St.. mi met' thevj Haw i)( dandruff In the to'.p. It r1" ' ilitr tlun tun ; It previ rtMiu ir toininnoii. ti lis mil n:ht.r nruttiriii: : af it ltl rotate col..r t. stay hair lil U"l .',. - And it doea icn more: lift. ccJ atiJ nmn 1 .lu-a ilm routa ol the hair. I .111 tiali t-voinut thick Inlr: 'inj .iiuit Mr in- conui lonu, lit. Ve livc a I' and Scalp. I' 1 kmi:. 11 ... . ... ....1. 6 VI, V li. .. at i'l J aafl on the Hair 9 v...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

'lhE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aug. 4, 189D. s y i 14 " Woman's Work is Never Done." The nml ml curt ttmn ttttpltitntu, lost of tfttMt, tilrttnt ntrwuintu, tml Ihil lirtd ftelirtf. Bui J ti onJerful chtngt comts ivien ILnft Sir-Jri'dl ii Uktn. It tnti putt, ixh Uoxl, oooj pttttt, tttJLiij ntrvtu Thought Him Jn Intruder A railroad emplo),.. ,,, i. ,nri heie ent hi. wife n note to a negro, Monday eUHllllif. The lad (it eolor failed lii Dnd Hie rliiht lion... nml .irnii.i i) anil armed a iniml'i of In- I 1. 1 In tin- vfriiilt) nf the I 'utnlarlnnd I'm -li.ilei inn ehuieli. The hi, lie. run. , , iiImI the f.,,w uii, ji ,, Intruder, ! ' Hi ii" tfoinl intention-. o one of i ilniii ent Ihne liullita from a eo. 1 vi In the dlii.'tinu of the nKiii, hIhi maile iru.-k. dimii the atm-t ut a Hun 1 Grille. 1 Afiei H,e ex-upude had Urn ill., . ii.., ,1 .,,i,. Him., a leleplmne uv. , ..lire infornMil oih- of the l,nle. Unit the iiegio had Ui.ii m nt diinn ii a note nml Iii'ihIiiiI If It hail U ii de lli...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

Aug. 4, lbOil. 15 Raises Wild Gttse. (i, W. Ariinntrnut near tlili city. riil-M IM (!( fur unit-, lie mini)' ji-nrn nun Mi'uri'l ullil iron-i- etftfn mill lin y wi'ir hati'linl by hl taint" i They nlmw nil ilmlri' for Irnv hii llii'lr homi', but ii'iiiulii 114 con-It'iilt-illy hi Mil' tiiini' onen. Ml'. Al'. mt'iitrmit nelln Ibi' will! ift"p" lit t-"i nr uilr mnl tin1 ill Miami li niiirli lamer tliuii tin' i-iippl), In- Intvltitf !' i ill HI"' ill i'n mm lknt I'linnnt In- lll!il until nexl fall, lie lllli'il mi unlet- teiintl) fiom l.n t'ron-e. K ii li-ti -. Slii'lb) villi' llirnlil. A Frightful Blunder Will often i-ihim- ii Imrrllili' Hum, Si-ahl. Cut or limine. Ilm kli n'ii Ar nleti Salif. lln' ln-1 In tin- wurlil, will kill tin- uilii iiml iiipmi.iI ln'iil It. 'in op. I lid Sori'K, IVier Soi-en. rieern. IIiiIIk. IVIium, 'in-, nil Skin Ciup- Ilium. I!'t I'lle euiv mi nil ill. Only i' jf nl ii Inm. I in i' tfiiuimitiitl Sc. Ill by I'. II. I 'l ii i k 1 1 li. 1 ri u'tr t -I . i rwar...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 August 1899

'I'U i' XH.oll Ill 'lhK MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ailf,'. 4, 18M. WAIT rOR THE WOLD'S TWO BIGGEST AND RICHEST SHOWS UNITED. MARSHALL,, NOT UNTIL SAT U J O AY, The Largest Show Enaement. TEN BIGGER THAN ALL. Combined Shows coming to Marshall. Almost HerM-PAW AND SELLS "The Greatest Ever Coming with Banners Flying Direct from Surpassingly Splendid Triumphs at Madison Square Garden, New York. TH lV.OMLY EXMIBITION'OF-HEROIC'SIZE'AND-FAME Based on Millions," Triie. Moral, Glorious, 2 Riwesh Circuses. ' Z BiStHippoclromar 1 " ,K"t Z' L.J JVKHLi J IS bit: ii371iousan(lvbacr5fJITitv: Eminem liiiot A Permanent Onion of the World's Acknowledged Amusement Giants. More Wild Animals. More Horses. More Railroad Cars, More Tents. More Perlormers, More Feats and Features, More New Ideas. Nore Innovations and Revelations, and More Professional Resources than all other American Shows Combined. SOME OF THE BIG GENTRE-SHOT NEW YORK HITS. 'Voodward's .Seal and Sea-Lions (rolit-.it ra. The .Variolous IIandlo...

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 August 1899

THE MAPSHAII KFPUR1ICAN n.. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINK COUNTY, MISSOURI, AU(J I.. 1MU. Nil. TEACHERS INSTITUTE. Opening Week of the Saline County Teach er Initilutc. Proceeding! of the Settlon. AlV.fST ;tm. The Saline County Teachers Institute open cd Aug. 7 tli at 4 j. tit. nt the college chapel, Mninti' I. Wood Km In I tin' Ki'liiu ili Hum II 1 In Mlllllll- .toll!" r.iijfiMihi Ktll IjivIi' WMIIinii-im Klln I' Smith ItlMII I, KIIIIimi ttnrlii l Wnlhiiv Miiiimm t Ciiitiion KtlmU tli I 'l-miiirn I.IIIm..iIiiiii- Kev. V- R. Dobyns leading In the devotional t l).li'tvlii.iiiln cxciclsesl nmt Miss Mary Wack rendering very pretty solo. l'csidcut W. II. IHaek made the nddrc of welcome, tendering the visitors the frecilotn of the college nml .speaking most highly of the profession in which the assem bled were preparing themselves. To this, Mr. Major, formerly o( the Slater schools.respoud lit In well chosen words. Mr.Orear alto made nn address. In the evening. Judge VanUs lertnti'd tiioii "The...

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 August 1899

I' THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ktilcml nl tlm I'uMi.lll.r In .Mm-Minll, Mo.. u Mrimil-eln mntt.-r. Ti:itM.4i l'KK V HA 1 1 IN AOVANCK. PEMCY H. VANDYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MlSMIt'KI, All.. It, lHoJ. CHANCES IN THE EIGHTH- A remarkable cltniice of clcctltiK their iioml lice, ccms )rccittctt tn llie Republicans of tlic Highlit Congressional district and they have nut improvcil thcirgoodchanccscanscd through a divided oiusitioti. in the nomination of so pojmlnr and deserving a candidate ns Vosholl. In (act there is hardly a Republican within the district, who would cither secure more votes from his own party and lulling ones from oth ers nor lill in every way the requirements of tliis opportunity than the party nominee, III our own border county of Cooper, where Democracy has long been divided between Stephens ami anti-Stephens factions, the divis ion is even greater than ol late, caused by per sonal opposition to Shacklclnrd ami bitterness as n result ol the tactics employed in the coun t...

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. — 11 August 1899

Aug. 11,1 8flU. THE MA 118 II A Lh R EPUMAUAN. H 54 ,- ,.. (4 ,r, K. H . K- HOWARD. T!Jr Ordering County News, 1 Ion. James M. Cooncy, representing this Seventh Congressional district, passed lliloup,!. CARROLL circuit court. -Lexington Ncw. tills city Thursday on hit way to Ashland, lloone comity, lo deliver an address. Mr.Oooney will Tlic Cariolltuti Commercial Chili lias been The I.oxintoti Stars came don n last I'riday he n candidate for )c-clccliou. lie favoicd this investigating the reKirt that the Santa l-'c in- to "do ti" our Weary Willies in u nrac olTicc with n call, l'ayctte Advc.tlscr. tended building n direct line from Kansas City of base ball, lint itlurncd satisfied that they toSY Louis, passing th.oughcia had tackled the w.ong cluh. tliuRli it was a At the Teachers Institute which has jut Columbia mid ..niton and has (tupped out pretty close game the tt er.cs coming out one ciuka ils ft,,,lolHlHfnvcttC) suvcn te,c,lvts,im. plans to scene its tonic l.y way of Car.ollt...

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. — 11 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aug. 11, lsiin " 1 ! I T f I' A XcIhoii Mi Cordell's Musical. Miss Katlictitie Cordell will give a iminlc.ll nt the College chap- cl on Tuesday ctening, August ijlh, tit K:iA in., when thefot lowing excellent program will lie given. Piano solo, "La llaladlne" Ch. II..Lysbcrg, Miss Louise Wood bridge. Soprano solo, "Una Voce I'oco l-'a" Rossini, Miss Katlieritic Corilell. The Garden uf Sleep Isadorc Dcl.ara "My l'relty Marquise, J. A West, Mis Katlicrinc Corilell. Soprano sola, "VillancHc" Kva Dell Acipia, Miss I'ranccs I'ran clsco. Soprano solo, ''I Will lay Me Down in Peace" I). Iluck. Oyiy I,ovc Song Victor Her Urt. A Dtciiin J. C. IlattleU, Miss Katherliii- Corilell. Violin solo "( me Air Vatie" C. Dcllctiot, Mr. I.cland Viley. lliMvnsa l'rlncc I'. Lync. Scieiiado- It. W. Kevin, Miss Katlicilne Corilell. st. ii ii;niii:iihv ami mm h;aki.s Ma Diueiilivrry- Mls Helen l'lshrr. Mchitnble Diisenlierry MisM I'nnuy Corilell. DelHiinlt Duseiihciry- Miss Loulw Woo...

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. — 11 August 1899

Aug. 11, 18M. THE 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 YES, Just stop a Minute ana Think. Did you Know that we handle the "Vital Hrand" Clothiii";, the .test Tailored Ready-to-wear Clothing on the market and the price is not hih Just an cheap as inferior makes We can't price them here, as we have odd and ends, that is one or more suits of a kind that you can huy cheap. 1UH Suits at 7.5i for instance. 12.50 Suits at ?l( and soon. We are Receiving Our Fall Stock of Shoes and such styles you never saw for the money- The "(Juevn (Juahtv" for ladies heads this depart iitenl. Our heavy sole tans and hox calf for ?.?.?() in Men's Shoe.- are up to date ami breake the hearts of competitors. Come and see us since we not fixed up. 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 TWO BIG ONF.S1N ONE The Circuct l AJjm Forep-uf-li ond Sells Drotlicrs Almost Here. "Tli" l...

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. — 11 August 1899

I, THE MARSHALL RKPU11LWAN. Aug. 11, 18)111 i: l , OTHER PLEASURE TRIPS. Scholarships for Young Men and Women at any of the following named institutions Missouri Valley College Marshall, Mo. GJem City ItusincfS College St. Savior's Academy Marshall, Mo. Ilanlin College Central Collect) tatxiiik'toii, Mo. (Jitincy, III. Mexico, Mo. GIVEN AWAY WITHOUT COST BY THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, RBAJD OUR OFFBRS Firil Offer. Thirty tiny lf! to I'm is Kxpositiott in ioot, nil excuses paid, fraiisferaldc If desired, for Five Hundred Subscribers. Second Offer. A years tuition, nnd matriculation fee: room rent nnd taldc Ixjard in any College in the Slate for Five Hundred Subscribers. Third Offer. A years tliiliun, and matriculation fee in Mi). Vnllcy, Hardin or (Jem City llnslucss College, for One Hundred Subscribers. Fourth Offer. Ten days trip to Colorado, all exenses paid, includes Denver, Cotorndo Spring nnd Mnnitcnti for One Hundred Subscribers. Fifth Offer. Ten day trip to New Orleans, I.a., or...

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. — 11 August 1899

Any. 11, 18!Ui. THE MARSHALL RVPUliLWAN. Sunday School Convention. Tlir Sumln) S.'ImmpI Ciimrntliiu of l.ufiijill.' I'lr.hiliry tut t nt Ml. Oll'n tlm 'tli. .'.ill mikI i.iIp, mill 111tr11t1t.Mil ltli W. I!. Diiliin. n. pii'ilili'iit mill I It v. t'. I'.. I'tixlnti u. Sivivlur). mill ulilli- tint liirfily iitti'iiili'il un a iiiikI ilijoial.li' Mini I) 1 11 1 !.- nitiilr. Tlm follim Inif tilji-t writ' foiiiilrr.il.li Intf Ititrinliu I'll li.i tli i n rnn. nmncil: "Olijii-t nf tin. ri..li'litl..ll."a.hllT.., lt. v. W. It. llnli'M. Olijtrt ut llii Sinulu) Si'liniil." ml iltf-. I!v. )r. (Iiiiilmi. Tin- T'H.'li4'f' nitflltii;. Iti'V. Ilr. (illl-lllltl. "I,f..nii Imlp.'tlu-lr iiiiitiiliilm(," Iti v. Mr. Waul. Tin-mm' nf tin lilnrkl'iiuril In Siiii iIii. S'IiihiI." Itev. Mr. Wnnl. Tin'. SiiihIh)' St-liuul llhrnri." IIi'V. I', I, 1 x -ii. "Iti't-IVn- SiiiiiIii)," It.'i.Dr.lioriliMi. "Ili-nrtnli'tirv In Siimlu) Si'linnl." IIi'V. W. II. Ili.l.iii.. "Mil. I.' In Hie Siimlu) Srlmtil," I. ('. S...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 August 1899

THE MARSHALL 11EPU11LWAN. Aug. 11, 1H1MI County Court. Saline County Court, Atitfiiil ti-riii, Atigti-t 7. IVi"!. t'liiirt (net In M'tfiiliir -c hm; inini- lnMof Hi.' i it pie-cnt. ItntnJT .tipiH.-r, T W Klii mill Itr lliitinn, .luilireij It I! I. Smltli, clerk ami .In. WINnn slu-rlll. Wiirrnntx ilniHii a- fnll.m.: State Lunatic A- Iiiiii No 2. uivoiiui III..V, Win l'iitcli, irl in III ii I en.!, 2-1I.27 I' II lln.nl fur lirli-k for Jnll nork tllil.M Ja IVr Hie i-tlthm fur nc rii.nl. II t lirlllllli it ill tile petition for new mini: mail cum. online to view. urve ami mark out -uhl mail. In tin' imittir ol IIT Hu-klii it al, 11111, .u fur mail. Si; Allen, lit), re. Miit part o( mini nk. in ,,t n, ,;, 2.1, oiimiI unit In i;ninl trnti'llni; sni. Iltlon, In tlic matter of ixtlllniiiir A (' Con. u) it hI tor mini, Id i ill,-, rcpou mnl Pat I.I IVniil., .la-Council mnl llr (i l .--uilth iippnlntitl eoinml--tou. cr- to n ilmnatfi--. Court make iiio.rliitlon of Ml. to Aiiitii.i Knikiil pii...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 August 1899

Aug. 11, I SOU. '11th MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ij l v. ; :! t I; r v, I ; A ' GETTING READY TO MOVE Into Our New Building, And as we intend to open up there With Italy an entirely New W, vc will, to close out and clean up this present stock, make prices on good, odd lots, broken sixes, summer goods and a thousand other seasonable goods, so cheap that you can't afford to pass them. We can't (uoteyou prices here on any speci al line of goods for as fast as we have room to throw them out at a price that will clean them up quick, so come and see us when you are in town for there is one thing out to-day and something else to-morrow. dry goods Thirty thousand yards full sUti- onl calico remnants at ,tc Scotch I.nwns ,ic Hot 1, I, Muslin jc W.ic,on cover, thick I be men's shirts A hie; nui liy far the finest line of work nut! dress shirts we i:er had at 25c. ,vtc and .jSc men's hots A Hit; j" I" men's fine fur Hats, slytton shapes and fedora shapes, worth Si to f 1.50, they KO while they last ...

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