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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF Maple Cream for Cakes, Milks & Stkki.k. Wear one of "Youngs' Hats" for men and lie up to date. It (.'. L. Hell made a business trip to St. Iouls this week. .1. A. Robertson, of Slater, wax In the i! Ity Wednesday. New Goods are still dropplm; In at the New York Store. It V. W. Jacoby, of Slater, made a visit here Tuesday. I. L. Terrell made a hnlnes trip to Springfield this week. Wear one of "Youngs' Hat" for men and be up to date. It Mm. .1. V. Goodwin, of Alma, sient several day In Marshall this week. Miss Agness Latimer left thin week for a visit to friend at lioonvllle. .1. C. Cobb, of Odessa, visited rela tives and friends In this city thin week. The New York Store U showing a beautiful line of linens for shirt waists. C. C. Gauldln and wife, of Stanhope were In theelty Wednesday shopping. Miss Itehecca Manhelm, of St. Louis Is visiting Marshall friends thin week. The New Store Is making a great many Spring Suits for the men about town. I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Dr. Price's Hakin, Powder supplies mire, wholesome leavening agent, which makes the biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which is the greatest dietary danger of 1 he day. The foremost baking powder in ti the world. HOB BAKING POWBBN CO. ONIOAOO. IN THE COUNTY. SWEET SPRINGS. A X SiiPt Mt Monday fur it few days visit In Kentucky. j Kl llliti'kliurti. of t lit Plains wus trading In our community lust week, i Ml Mary Hli'klln returned lust week (rtint Cullfornlu. where she bus HMit tht winter. .1 T Kvmi wu In Scdiillu Mtiniliiy. It W Miller returned from it trip Hi j Chicago Monday. Victor Tl.lalc, who In a traveling sulesmun. visited liU parent utiil friend here lust wt't-k. A II Kllllon unil family visited ncur' the cty Stinilny. Mr Kllllon In one of Ivttlit Co' prominent dinner. Mureh, with till of ItH plcnstirc unil all of It- win1; with ull of it rain anil nil of It blows, Ih here. Win Hlnkley unil T K Hay s...

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. — 22 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WilhelnvHeaa. William Boyd Wilbclm and Miss Rebecca Hess were married on Wednesday, March 20, at the home of W. H. Hess, at 8:30 o'ciock in the evening, Rev. J. W. Howell performing the ceremony in the presence of the relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties. I he groom is the son of W. H. Wilhelm of Pairville, and is a young man highly connected. The bride is a sister al Messrs. W. It. and S. J. Hess, proprietors of the New Yolk Racket store, and has lived in this city lor some five years, making her home with her brother, Sam Hess, and is very popular with all who know her. She was dressed liecomingly in white Persian lawn handsomely trimmed in valeticienucs luce and white ribltons. Utile Miss Blanche Hess, a bcautilui child, carried the waiter bearing the ring. The whole house was decorated with smilax, yards and yards be ing used. After the ceremony and congratulations were over, a wedding supper was served to the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Wil...

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. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. MARCH 29. 1901. NO. 8. FACTORIES FOR MARSHALL One Hundred Thouind Dollar How to Raite It and What to Do With It In its pioetit condition, pursuing the course which lias up to this time marked its progress, Marshall is anil i destined to remnin what is usually designated an agricultural town; that is, n town, or city, if preferred, whose sup port is almost cntiJely derived from agricul tural interests and associations, and whose ufTairs are shaped so ns to conform to the needs of the agriculturist. The importance of the tiller of the soil ns a factor in the econ omy of life cannot lie underrated. Uon him and the results of his work depend the wel fare of nil other classes, and the success of nil other industries. To him we must look for fjod and raiment. The fnrm is the basis ot nil interests the foundation tion which rests nil prosperity. Yet, contrary to the generally accepted theory, he is not iudepend cut. Without su...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKSItAU REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'ntereil nt tliv PoMo'llec In Mrlintt, Mo., iih seeoml-clas. mutter. TKHMS: l.i0 PKIt YKAU IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSIIAI.I.. MISSOURI, MAKCIt 20, lyol. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, tl'itniKTly nri'iir A lluntir.l j (IMIi imimt Itntik of Hiilliic MARSHALL, MISSOURI. I THE H AYP AUNCEFOTE TREATY. Secretary Hay lias received nt the hands of Lord Patintvfotc, i lit British Ambassador in Washington, the answer of I.ord I.atwlowne, Minister of Foreign Affair-. An His Majesty's Government, the reasons for the rejection of the treaty as amended ly the United Slates Senate. His I.ordsliip opens by explaining that his government took tip the negotiation of the treaty at the instance of the United Slates, and with the impression that the Clayton-Bulwere convention should remain in force, subject only to sttch amendments as might be mutually agreed upon by the new treaty, these being only such modifications as would enable the United States to co...

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. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. NEW OFFICES. Many Created by the FortyFirat Am mbly-Recapitulation Showing the Coat Governor's Patronage Largely Increased. The following statement is a recapitulation showing the cost of .some of the new offices created hy the Forty-first General Assembly, or money authorized to le expended for offices created by the Fortieth General Assembly, ns n result of which Governor Mockery's pdron age has been largely inct eased: For pardon clerk (two years), 5,000. Ho ml of arbitrators (two years), $4,000. Circuit judge for Jackson county (two yuir), $7.oh. Judge of the Thirty first Judical circuit (two years), 57,000. Five Pan-American Imposition Commission ers, $5 H.r day and expenses. Pay ot judges and clerks to he appointed hy the governor's election hoard for the April election, for one day, $7,0.92, made payable out of city treasury by state law. November judges and clerks, who conduct ed ptecinct registration, c.iuvasiug and revis ion last week, 47,952, made piy...

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. — 29 March 1901

MAKM1ALL KEPUbLlCAN. Mistletoe Dance. Monday night was ladies night nt Mistletoe club rooms and instead of the musical, there was a dance given, attended by fourteen or fif teen couples. The young ladies all attired in evening drrss certainly looked their liest, and we defy any town in the state to show a handsomer bunch of young ladies than arc found in our city. The excellent music for the even ing was furnished by Willie Young, the famous ragtime player of Kan sas City, and will be remembered by those who attended our street fair, he having played with the Picka ninny band nud made the music (or the ball that week. His selections were all given in ragtime, the ren ditions ol which were the finest of any ever given in our city. He al so gave several vocal selections, till coon songs, that were well receiv ed. Punch was srrved during the evening The following young Indies at tended: Misses Viola Groves of Blackburn, Miss Harper of St. Louis, Minnie Murrell.Mnrtha Kea, Fannie Kincni...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKMIALL KEPUbLICAN. Monday Club. The Home Department of the Monday Club met March 25 at to a. tn., with Mrs S. V. Armentroiit chairman and Mrs. C. V. Parent lender. The day lu-ing unfavorulite, there were only thirteen members (ires en t. Roll call was responded tn with the ladies' idea of "Ideal House keeping," and was thoroughly en joyed by all present. Mrs Pulkerson prepared a most ex client paper on "Domestic Ser vice; Its Present Condition and Kern edies," Mrs Pulkcrsnu brought nut some strong points along this line and showed conclusively that the failure on the part of the ser vant was frequently due to I he luck of proper instruction on the part of the housewife. A paper on "Good Cooking as a Civilizing Factor and Motnl Agent," by Mrs. Jennie Prior, was very fine and showed inrcftil thought und study. Dr. Mary Mausur delighted the club with 11 scientific paper 011 'Health," itleiiig regarded by the ladies as one ol very high order. Dr Mausur, by numerous requests, consented...

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. — 29 March 1901

MAKM1ALL KfcPUbLICAN. SOME THOUGHTS ON HEALTH. An Instructive Paper Read by Mrs. Dr. Mantur Before the "Monday Club." Kvery home should he a small circle in which there is life, liberty nntl happiness insured to every nicnilcr Suiely nothing contrib utes more to this end thnn thnt ench member be in good health. One sick, one only, often debars himself nud nil the others of liberty Health brings bouvnucy, cheer , , t . i nnd pleasure. Let no one sav lie i . .. . . ., is well who cannot stand on the I ., , ... ., , i green earth, and with the waving ( 1 I , , , , it; i trees nnd blue sky nbove him, llinnk ' ()od for the pleasures of mere phys icnl existence. 1rw1 lllllllfllt tlflill l n tf.llllll,. ilf . !, .. , , ' How can the? It is generally their health or disnie. lo have been; ... . . . ,, . . . n ti . not m.il vital resistant e that keens well Ikuii is n great blessing hat , , ,, ,, 1 . t ... , 'them, rhev generallv dress warm, n good foundation nnd well sea- . .. .. . .... , .....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKSIIALI. v- REPUBLICAN to the demands of lii'altli as well as to tlic eye, the millennium for wo man is not far off. The stent ob jection to the proposed bloomer or Mnty Walker dress is that it left its adherent a hideous guy unions women. When it fan be proven that a woman can lie comfortable and fashionable at the same time, sooner or later comfort will win the day. This is ex etly what Mrs. Jennet Millet of Washington is striving to do. Dre.'sed ns she dictates, a it 1 is as tnitrammeled in her motions as a boy The sirl has as good ti claim to strength and health as a boy, and in general she needs them more. She can acquire them in no oil er way than he does, n melv by s lematic excreisc John Hopkins I'mversity aim a fe. of the more advanced seminar h s for girls have efficient classes in physical ciiltute. Tlicic is ureal eneig to be gained by exercise in the light. Sunlight Mipplirs and renews all the viler i,i..s of llii- body. The sun is the sotiici; of ad lilc, of nl, stow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Dr PRICES Cr?mBaking Powder Good Health depends upon the food you eat FRICI fMKIMS rOWBIM M. OHIOAQO. LOCAL IN BRIEF .1. I). Knnt, of Dak tiiiive. wa u vinltnr here Friday. Dnve Vanmeter and wife were vU Itom In the county -cut Friday. Mrs, ("i, A. ltox hiih Im-cii ijlilte Ick tit her limn on Knt Arrow, I. It. Sliermiiu, of l,llMriy. attended to lnitich In lhl city on Friday. W. .1. Donery, of Scdiilia, wa the gucl of friend heie over Sunday. .tllliie. A. Mill-hall, of llliickwatcr. made n liuinc trip 1 1 I city Friday. Mm. II. ou., who ha- been ipilte ick lor several duy, conviilc-ceiit. Mm, A. II. l.ooinU, who liu been very III for twoweckn, i eouvulc lit. Mrn, Mort I'lpi'i hruved the weather Siitiu iuy iiml ipent the duv in thin city l.tirkiu Ham It. of ilSuekhiirii. wan the guci Friday of .lumen W. Spark and wife, A. I). I.ooinU returned thin week from n nhort huiucnn trip to Mont uoinery tily. Mm. .lennle Mule, living neveii mllen nouth of town, In leporti'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKMIALL KtPUbLICAN. SZZLfl matter- Motherhood ou;ht atwayi to bring h.-tppiitcn. llnl ll U often the begin ning l 'ifc-long unhapplttcaa. An it pre juration (or motherhood, ami us a pre ventive of the ill so often following maternity Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre M'tiption tui liecn halted as n "Godcnd to women." It heal tUscanc peculiar to women, tone up the ayntcm, ntnke motherhood practically pafnlcM, anil c. t.ililir.ho the sound health which insure hc.tlthy children. "Iiitlnllicit year I fiHind my-flfprri-n.nl nml In rnnlilly f.illluic liratth," uiflr Mr. W, I. KMiltr. of II ill Itnlr I'arni. ll'mvturir Ccnlrr). nolitirg. VI. MifTcrrtl ilrra.lf nlty from Ideal- liiK and urinary difficulty I wni aruwitiK t rrlitllilv wraLrr rich lv mul Mil much olmrii twin nt time. I frit llml tuimrlliifiif imit Ifti uiicrni ii imrihlnjr i ml rrrrlv v iluur. I MHighl ymir advice mul rrcclvril llinnl ii-nly. I look Iwrlvr t.Utr. of l(r, rkrcr'a l'.iviirilr I'rt-M-rlntkin. and al followed yo'ir Instru...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

NAKMIUL KliPUliLlGAN. 11 LUC AND THERE. The fanner, of .'iiuuli'ii anil Mnit'iin i,niintlt!. till-" tiitc. have ciiiluit kcil In (In1 liiilnc n( rulluu Annom trontr. It I. .alii that tin- (.'out-i rapidly ile troy l'iowIiiu prout.. Whether tin1 tut met-., are 1'iiiriiu'inir tin uoul fur i'Ii'iu'Iiil .urpoc or to b ticil for llli'ut. I not .tilted. All llllllllllll WOIIIIIII Ill-tltUlcd ult for illume from lir liii.haml, mnl the olllccr who went to crvc 1 1 1 paper wa jn-l In line to !(' tin' i it it l killed I pv ii riillroiiil Iriiln. The wiiiiiiiii ill.. ml I tlii illvoivi' nit iiml hroiipht nit iiu'iilii-t tin' railroad iiiiiiiiii for IdllliiL' lift- h.i.l.aml. Weary Willi' trump. niii-t have l i'ii icnillpi: the dally Journal., and li'iiilii'il time ( ii'oi liolilil l uiiIiil' to make '.In- llooiivllli' liriuii'li tin' iiniln lliic. for hi tlii' lat ti'ii da), tln'.v liuvi' I" MM' lllltl I It II MM ll - oil till" loud Mil It ii llnnl i.iiil Vive llluirln-v llli- .Iciler-oulun: S...

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. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DFil'LNDS Hid RAUE. Wn Tu g i'nng Spelts n Word Tor China autl Her People. Wn Ting I'ung, Chinese iii1nirtvr to lliu I'nltcd Stale, delivered tin- con- VOCUtioll Illlllrc Of till I'lllVcrslty of Chicago til lli Sttulclmkcr Theater In Chicago on the afternoon ol tin ItHh Itefore tlit' faculty of tlit Iti-lltiillnn tinil Hit audience that packed llic tin1 utri' to tln door. Mr. Wu took for hi ubjecl, "Chinese Civilization," HI ili'ffii f the civilization of hi iiatlvecoiintry. In hUeomputi-nn with Unit of tin- civilization of thcO.-clilcnt, wu iniii'li applauded. In beginning III- uddrc. Mr. Wn -aid Cliltin hail Ihh-ii to oilier nation- like the icclu-c community In 1 1 1 heart of u nioiintnliit un tolil by it Chliie-c wi lier of l..(Nl ycui ago, a count. unity that, Itcclng from the ihtmimiiIipiiw of the Chi nese ii.Miuly, hail foiiml M'iice anil trumpiillty, anil, eontent with their lot. hail no tie-lie to emerge Into the I niioll anil excitement of a more ac ti...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TweutyTwo Obildri-n. Mil Harrow's twenty ccond child wn born lift week. The futility liven northwest of I 'aril. Klghteen of tlu children ii H' living, nine hoy and iilm girl. Twenty of the children are by Mr. Harrow' lift wife. This family Matted out with a determination to lllllKl' Molll'OC till' IIIOM pOpi'loll county In the Mute, lint tin lurk of -liiilliif cntcrprl-e In other part! of tin county ha Itccn rather dl-courng-lug to them ami very di-ii-trou to our -tumllm.' uniler the new ceiftf. Monroe County AihmiI. Tub Wnt.r to Bf Au.il yi-tl The good H'oite of Nclon have taken action to have the water In the public well uuuly.cd. The Time ('aril at : "In order to have a iiiautatlve anal J-I- of the "tiler In the liuhlle well niiiile, the fol lowing pulillc-pli Itcil cltlifcif a lteil the city government with IHktiiI coutrlhutloif : .1 K. Sta ple... It. i:. Staple. Dr. Shuck. I'. II. Koculg, S. !. Hnnlcj .V Son. .1. A. I'aync. W. Hamilton. .1. I'. Wood. .1. T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WHAT THEY8AY OF D3. The Marshall Republican has been purchaaed by Judge .1. II. Hunter of that place from VV. A. Realty. Percy Van Dyke, the retiring rdllor, linn ac cepted th(! edltorhlp of the Mem phi I (Mile Monthly, a railroad maga zine. Ilunccton Tribune. Judge .f. II. Hunter, one of Mar shall' highly rcHiiected eltl.en, In now editor and proprietor of the Mar xhttll Republican, Mcr. lieatty and Van Dyke having disponed of their vulualile property to Judge. Hunter. It U a good newspaper. Mexteo In telllgeneer. Judge Hunter linn purchased the Murnliall Republican and will con tlmie Um puhllcatlou at the county scat. Slater Rustler. The MarHhall llepuhlleanhaichaug ed hand. Judge J. H. Hunter In the new owner. Kxceptlng the Hecond page, the Republican linn been for several year) one of the best weekly newnpa tern lii the Ntate. The retiring inun ngement lias home the ponderous liur den of ItepuhlU'iinlNiu alone, hut with fortitude that would lie admirable Nav...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKMIALL v. Kfcl'UbLKJAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Stllokt' till' "I'".!!).'!""." Ak your th-alrr for tin "Mltlway." Mr-.. Atilal l.ci.naiil loft Wi'tln.'--ilu lor Ituuiivlll" for a Inlet v I - It . Mr. Martini (!niulwlii, motlirr of Me. IM IVnitxMton I 011 thi'-lt'k ll-t. t'lllllleil It. .!. Klllllf.V Itl'llll-. Swi'l't I'otlltOI-, I llltlVC 111 I "Iff. Mii.ns .v sti:i:i.i:. Ml-- Kiwi 11 le VautrrV t'omlltloii l.a I11 en wor-i- till- week anil a- we an to pl'l'r I- plllll llCttl'l . ('. N. 1 1 11 ml -old 11 till piano Moio iln.v to .1. I'. KriiniiiK'l of tin- Collin W11II I'upei' .. In till- Htj. I!. '.. I.. Sniltli wii flivti-il -iiMrln-tcnilcnt of tlu I'lt-lixti'i'lan Siuiilay i'ImiuI la-t Sunday timi nine Tin- Kpl-fopulliin C11II1I "III meet r'rhlay iifirriitmii at tlic Iioiih' of Mr-. .Iiiiiii'o Cliuiiilui lain 011 Ktift Allow -tiii'l. M.-i- Ia'vI 11 timl May Hint of Knpliii.'. wcrt' ini'.-t- -evi'ial i)a.- till wnk of Mr. ami Mr-. V. ). Wrlcht. on rolli-uc Mill. Mi. tii'iirm1 W. ( 'ini...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MAKM1ALL KKPUbLICAN. CRIBBED FROM EXCHANGES. Milter KlI.lllT. .1. K. McAmls, county collector, Iiom (hiring the llrsl year In otllce collected over I HO thousand dollai'M from tlio people of Hulliic county In taxes. This is a good record timl has prob tilil.v never Iteforc lieen equalled. TIicIIdii. County Court U endeavor ing to secure a new jail. Now that tho Itcptihllcuns are Invited to join In vot ing we will doubtless get 11 new one; not that we cxcct to occupy hucIi u residence In greater numbers than tho Democrat', hut simple because the picxenl "lllth-pen" called the Saline County jail Ik an Indictment of the good scne and progressive spirit and huiuanlturlun motives of our citizens. U-t the ti tle spirit lie aroused and the new jail lie voted unanlinously. .1.8. Davidson, llvlngono mile north east of (Milium, has sold his furmcon sifting of ahotil l.VI acres to (Seorgc Crumhuugh of I a- I toy. III,, for the consideration of 7,0'Jtl or HI per acre. The sale wu negotiated l) ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 March 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. We Have Made Our Department of (lothes The most attractive In Our Store A line liko ours lilts never been scon outside of the hup cities, Ifl'OKItF.CT OOOIKS 1111(1 t'OI'UI.AIt PltlCKS will (lt It. wo will soil uioro frnods ill this department tlntii w over did before. Hero ari! some of the advantage-of buy inir Clothe-, for your Imv hero t .. - - They Fit Well, They are Made Carefully. And above all Till: PKICliS AM: SUKI'MSINGI.Y LOW. Take m o of our Suil wo oiler lit $2.50 iiml tuko i home, compare it with whnt others i-!c l' I and .l'.7.i mid and if our- are not belter in every purlieu luryotieuii return oiiis and ?ret your money li.iek have the Newest thiiifr in Two-Piece Suits. VoMoos. and the popular . Russian Slouses and Sailor Suits We luill take rrent pleasure in showiuir you what wo have. II We 0ur Spring Clothes Vvv Vt ',4.- For Men Are Here. All frood dressers are aware that the lino wo :,irry is. to say the least. " As Good as the Bast." When- cmi ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL 'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. APRIL 1901. NO. 9. !. MARSHALL'S OPPORTUNITY Who Will Be the Moses to Lead? X X Two Public Meetings Should Be Called X X The People Should Be in Action WAYS SHOULD Bf. DEVISED MEANS SHOULD BE PROVIDED: , , ........ For Bringing the Main Line of the For Definite Organization for Locating Missouri Pacific into the City. Factories, The Missouri Pacific Railway strikes Marshall here only as i( by n rear-end collision. The main line does not enter the city; only a spur from the main line reaches our people and our shipping. This should not le longer continued. Now is the opportunity for securing the change. The company is now building from Hoouville to Jeffer son City, and contracts have !een let for thoroughly ballasting the present line from Boonville to Independence. The object of the com pany is to have a superb road, with light grades from St. Louis to Kansas City, over which to run heavy freight and fast mails. This w...

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