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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

6 MAKMtALL KtPUbLlCAN. Mrs Mary E- Wctt. This well known and highly res pected woman oied on Monday, April 7th, at 7 p. m.,at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. K. Laugh hit in West Marshall, after an ill ness of seven weeks. Her health has l)ecn poor for several years, the results of a fall, making it necessary for her to walk with crutches much of the time, and a stroke of paraly sis was the beginning of her last illness. She was born in Kentucky, but had spent most of her long and use ful life in Saline. She was married to the late James West in 1844. and she with her husband lived many years in Arrow Rock. Since the death of her husband some S or to years ago, she has lived with her children in this city. Deceased was a noble kind heart ed good woman, nu indulgent moth er nnu the best of friends. She Will be greatly missed, not only by her own family but a large circle of friends as well. Her last illutss of seven weeks was accompanied by much suffering, having lwen con fined to ...

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. — 12 April 1901

MAKM1ALL KkPUftLlCAN. 7 Eter Entertainment. The Junior F.pworth League of the Methodist church, South, was given a novel and delightful enter tainment by Miss Minnie l'ut.sch on Saturday afternoon nt her home on West Morton The rooms hail lceii decorated with much care with highly colored Master eggs, empty shells filled with wee chickens of cotton hatting and many beautiful liaster cards. On the tihle in the dining-room, making a pretty and appropriate center-piece, was a large pink nest with white lining, filled with liaster eggs, which greatly delighud the young people. There were 90 or tuo eggs hidden about the different rooms, among which was a golden and silver egg, the latter having Itceti a little more securely put away than the oth ers, the finding of which would prove the crowning success of the egg hunt. Harry Putsch succeeded in locat ing the silver egg in the piano, and little Miss F.thel Wood found the golden egg stowed away in the handkerchief of Miss Putsch, which wa...

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. — 12 April 1901

MAKM1ALL KLI'UbLlUAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mr-. .1. V. Spark- U out ntrnln af ter a week! Hint'--. John Hiit-rl-nn. of Hlnckliuru. va In our town la-t 1'rlilay. II. P. Miiinincn. of Itlooiiilncion, III., xpi-nl Siiniluy In tln city. Mr-. Mary P.. Klnjz l vl-ltlntr her mother, Mr-. HyiltMit Savnniiiili, Mo, I. II. Wllhlte hihI wife returned Sat urday from 11 vl-lt to relative- In Sal llniry. Ml Ajnc Spencer relumed Prl day (roin n week'- vl-.lt to friend- In St. I.nul-. .1. W. Spurk- left Tuc-duy for Iowa, where lie will -pcml tin' week conduct Inu' a fill). Dr. I.. I1, Howcii preached at Mount iive on P.a-ter Sunday to a I arm' coin.' relation. Ml. Jnlill Itolx-lt-. of Clntk-vlllc, U inaklnu' a vl-lt to her -llcr. Mi-. I). P. Mannlinr. A. II. Stewart will leave llil- week for Southern Kuii-n with hi- -print: lock of lnc, etc. .1. S. Keli?y ami lainlly iiiovimI thl wrek Into tin' lloatrltfht propi'ity on North Jcilcr-on uxcntic. W. II. I'li'ti'lu-r. wlfi ami ilanu'liti'i'. t!cnrt:lun. retu...

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. — 12 April 1901

LOCAL IN BRIEF. Clyde Mcllrldo In out atraln after it recent llllll'r. Sweet Spilngn In petitioning for free mull delivery. Mm. Annie Irvine, of Fulrvllle. wun u visitor Monday. Mr. anil Mm. S. I'. Wither pent Momlny In MnrsliMll. W. II. VuuDyke mill wife left Tuen day fort intuitu, Oicgon. Fred Veltn of Sweet Spring, nKnt Miiniliiy with frlendit ittodcnsii. MIhh Anna Held, of Kunsu City, In Hie gue-t of Mi x. .1. V. Howell. Mr. (Icnrgc l.ong, of Sluler, wun In our elty Tuesday shopping. (i. (I. Iluwklns, til Fair v II If, hu Irccn tillle sick with n deep eold. A. C. I At; of Scdullu. Is attending to biislnens In our elty IIiIh week. (Scnrgi. Plutlcnburg, of May view, MMnt Siiuduy with friend In thin city. Mlsn Nell Iluwklns. of Fulrvlllc, spent Moudiiy with Marshall relatives. Mr. (Jcorgc lliilton spent scverul duyn thl week with relative at Shuck elfnrd. Utile Flotvnee I'ulter-nii hud an ut tuek of eroiip on Siinduy, hut hit rc covclcd. Mr. anil Mr. M. K. I'm hut maile u visit to ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

10 MARSHALL : REPUBLICAN. D. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AQRIOULTORE Olimate tud drop Bullotlu of tbe Weather Bureau. Missouri Section, for tbe Wetjt Endlug April 8. 1001. (.'ot.l'MlilA, Mo April li, lIKtl. Tin1 .unot wi-ek Iiiim liecn cold nml tormy throughout the Mute, with tnoru tlinn the uual amount of precipitation in inot M-etlon. Tlit ilt'lk'tency In temperature wa mot marked In the KOIItllt'l'll MVllllll, W licit' It 1'ltnged from ( to l.'i degree per day. Snow foil over tlii entire tnto on the lt nntl -M. nml In locnllllc In the northern unil wetcrn Mvtlon the ground wa eovereil to n ileplh of "i to N Inchc. Utile or no farm work ha heen done ilurlnir the week, anil in Mime of the northern anil wc.tcru countle the ground I ko full of water that nothing can Ih' done for several day. In a numherof the eastern and outh ern countle oat Miwlng i well ad- viineeil, anil In a few It I- about eom lowed hy law for good conduct had he lieen xenteneed fir u term of thirty live yearn. That no uch...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II LOCAL IN iRIEF All-wool carpet for 4.Vs at Han son's. I w Sugar corn. f cents a can, at Miles V Steele's. 111-2 I'nt Ingram, of Slater, was In llie county seat Tuesday. Vl Stapleton, of Miami, was here on business Tuesday. WIicii calling for cigars, smoke a good one the "Pedigree.' Milton AIIUoc Ih In Kansas thin week on a prootlng tour. Dr. II. II. Nueklcs made a nprofoss lonal visit to Slater TiichiIu). I. C. Armcntroiil mude a trip this week to Lamar, Hurton county. Cardcn Seeds In hulk at UMw Vawtkii Mhos'. (Scorgo Cooht, of llliicKlmrn. wa u visitor In Marshall Monday. P. II. Kcu returned Tuesday from a business trip to ColToyvllle, Kus. Miss Hlanche Hall, of Malta Hend. hH'iit Tuesday with friends In thU city. Idaho Potatoes, largo uml dry, at HI-:.'- Mll.KS .V Stkki.l's. MInn K -.telle Francisco, who Iibh Ik-cii very III with rheuinallf.ni, Ih 1 1 11 -proving. (i. A. McAllister and family, of Nel hoii, woie dinner guest Tucxduy at llotol Hint. Miss Kug...

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

12 MAkSllALL KCrbuLICAN. ML I 111 Improves the flavor and adds to the healthfulness of the food. PRIOt BAKINO POWDER OO. OHIOAOO. LOCAL IN BRIEF John V. Itulf. of Alma, wax a vlltor here Tuexduy. M. I'cterninu. nf Mtatnl. wu- In the city Tuexduy. Mi-. I). (,'. (ion wax ii lt xlck cv Till tlu. till week. Ml Mick left thl-week forClorcmln. Iowa. In vl-lt bee ltcr. . I.. 1 1 Ittfllllttff f Hlt Tlll'-llll.V In Kaiiu- City on I mi 1 1 ic . I'm nk KhIm iimhi, of Mcxl vMicd fi W'tiil- in thi city Sunday. Toill I'l-lllT. Ill llllll'klllll II, vl-llfll homcfolk here Tuo-ilny. Ml- Uii-r.li' Kilmoudx, of Mliiml -pent Wcdm-diiy In Mm -hull. .I. C Ilarlaml. of Itlocr. wu- a vl-ltor lit thl- otllce WViIiii'mIhv. Dave Morcluud ami wife, of (iniml I'll--, were In the city Wcdm-diiy. Dr. II. II. Morrl. of ihl-city, made n piofclonal vllt tn l!lugow thlx week. l.olH-ri Mar-hull ami wife, of Orcar' e, wi-re guext Tiiexiluy of friend , here. D. II. KoImtImmi, of Ml. I'ouiiril, attended to bu-liie-x In ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 Ours for 8uullpox. The writer cllpc(l from a paer year ago tho following rcclie: "A cure (or auiullpox." Hy publishing aame in your valuable and popular paper it may result in relieving or preventing much suffering. "A I'arii pliyiiulan aay: 'I Here with apnd a rcclw which hat been ued to my knowledge In hundred of eases. It will prevent or euro the smallpox, though the pitting) arc (111 lug. When Jenuer discovered eowpox In Kngland thu world of science hurled an avalanch of fame upon hl head, but when tho mom scientific school of medicine In the world that of Paris published this rcclio a a panacea for Kinallpox It pawned unheeded. It la unfailing dm fate, and conquers in very Instance. It will also euro near let fever. Here In the reolitc utt I huvo used It for the euro of smnllpox: when learned physician said the putlent mUHt die, It cured: '"SulphaU'of xlnc, I grain; foxglove (digitalis), 1 grain; half ittcupooiiful of Miliar; mix with two tablcpnonful of...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

1 MAKMlUL KJ;l'l)liLlCAN. Uuitcd States Buys Bjtuk New Vm I, Mini. SccU'tltr.V (illf llll- lioiljlllt t-.tMHI.- immi -hort term boniN. The Secretary i-ncil tlu follow iii.r -tntcnient: "III nccnnltuice with hccietury !ai;c'- iiniinuiicftuciil of Siittiiiluy. t It nt lit' would buy from time to time thi "hurt IkiiiiIi lit mi Invc-tincnt rule tIMlll.llllU' to till1 IllVr-tOf wlut llll M I In- new per cont, -lioithl the nun Uct price of llie :1V ii'initlii on the pre-cnt lui-l. the tieii-ury ilcpiiituii'nt vvn tniliiy temlcrril '.,,IH"l,lKHI yiivci ntiicnt bniul on practically the -nine lm-l-ti- the 'J! ret ii rn ut tln uncut market iiintiitlon of iiliitiit HMI. I'aiicI llu'iirt'i I'linnot yet In' Ivt'ii. for the iletull lin vc not vet been cnmplctcil, hut It I inictli'iilly certain that the Sccietnry tin- iiviilleil lilin-clf of the npportu ti It to putvhu-e hijml- In accnrilnuce wlili hi- iinuoiiuci'iuent Siitiirilay." AltlllMlL'll ScCKlUiy (StlUt''. Oltli'llll -liitcuicul exactly ii...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MAkMIAlL v. KLPUbUCAN. IS Beware of Imitations! Consumer hould lieware of the cheap and Inferior washing powder Mid to be Just as good aa Washing Powdir flicy are not there la nothing ao xood aa the genuine tHHM BV&T for 'I cleaning alnwt the house. Ask for ttOJB aVi and liitUt on (retting It. Made nlyby THE N. I. FAIRIANK CIMFANV, .Via St Leak Htm Ywtk IN THE WINTER, (MMI PlMtM to MA MmIiO For coughs od cold Ilenaon' Porous Plaster sro an Incomparably belter rem edy than any other external or Interiul. Tlielr medicinal prorllc enter tlio hUii aud go ttntfht to tftt Mitt of tht ill. 'Ilioy relieve ami euro a "aeated" cold without dbturblniillio system or upsetting the atoroach. Cough mixture often lull- i n.nto. Heuwm'a 1'lMtcr are medicinal In I th J hluhcat degree, and imlckext to art. riaced on the elicit or back or on tioth ntmca la aerioua ciiae, tho gtwd effc.-t U felt immediately. The congestion y 'eld, t!i entail lte and the breathing improves. Lung or bronchial affoctlo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

lo NAKMIALL ' KkPUUUCAN. X WE ARE X STILL FORGING AHEAD With irresistablc values we batter down the frail barriers of high-priced opposition! We open the season's business with a larger and grander stock than ever. Each week and each month, with prices and unparaleled offerings like these, we add to our triumphs. i My V If HI 500 Hill Or Suits. our Kn-k or Mcu'a I'lm-t Km 1 1 Pultx l Hllhniil rvi'ptlnu Hi. uriiiidf-i nrrny nf imrmi'iiliii'ViT lilncnl on iili. n'lt-oliil fniin only Hit tlnt'M fnlirlf, ninili' hy Aim-rli'iiV Imi clot lilcr, iiml uiuirmiti-til to III In ulylo mini lo l In1 Ihi iiii'IyIiiiiii tiillnrn. (Iniinl wirli'tyof iyi'iinil iii(Iitii, iiml Hi-Kimr iinlii' in mivii you front s&oo ti is.oo fa suit. Boys1 Md Children's Ni:V HMIIMI I'l.iiTHIMI-TlH' iliillilnu i' hITit ill ilii'M. Inn iirlfi l ri'lliilih In wry imrtli'iiliir V uuti rn n t i'i'ry wir. lit" ii l in Im'ii ri'iirixi'iiti'il, llllYS' I.OStl I'ANTH Hl'ITS. II In III 'iir. Inrui Mirli'iy of ijlili puiii-...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. XXX FOREIGN. XXX Spain hns furnished 12,935 im titirnnts tu Cuba during the last half of 1900. A formidable movement is shap ing 111 South Africa with the .slo gan "Africa for Africans." London is liecoming exercised over the influx of Jews, who are said to he crowding out native workmen. Japan has demanded that the Chinese Hmperor return to I'ekin atfHftcnd troop into Manchuria to drive out the Russian. 1 The Chinese court is 011 the eve of another "flitting." The nevv capital is to Im n Hsiun Yang, in the Province ol II it I'd. A recent census of Austria Hun gary shows the population to le alMiut 47,ooo,coo, of which alotit 1 19,000,000 are in Hungary. German correspondents say that 1 Do Wet, the iutrenid Hoer general is unsteady mentally, aud fears' death at the hands of his own men. The Italian Government is put ting forth strenuous efforts to stamp out the infamous Mafia society in Sicily. This is a hum! ol oath hound murderers, being a disgrare to ...

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. — 19 April 1901

2 MARSHALL KKPUULICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcrcil nt the Postotllee In Marshall, Mo., at sccond-vlam iimlti'i'. TKHMS: tl.lM I'I'.U YHAIt IX ADVAXCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSHAU., MISSOUKI, Al'Ktl. 10. loot. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (I'liniH'rly oiviir ,V Hiiiii.t.I iltlli vit lliitik nf Hnlliic MARSHALL, MISSOURI. AS TO FACTORIES. For three weeks past we hnve urged upon the people of Marshall the advantages of fac tories, oml the urgency for united effort in securing the same. It would seem needless to urge the advantages of this matter upon any people. The tuaiiufnctuiiug countries of the world hnve always leen the wealthy ones. F.ugland, with her little island, has heen for years mistress of the seas and the banking home of the world, and her position tins been gained by her preeminence in man ttfncture.s. All the world lias paid tribute to her skill mid her ptoducts. In our own coun try New F.ugland early turned her attention to manufacturing, uud more rapidly than any other p...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS. Ki'imlillcnu llwnnl. ISd Hutler.the man that claims to have been fleeted to congress from the Twelfth district, St. Louis, has .sued the Globe-Democrat for libel nnd wants $100,000 for his character. He aims liili, but with his general reputation for lowdiwn meanness and corrupt practices, his chance for the $100,000 damages is meager mid not worth ten cents on the dollar at the highest they would sell for in the market. Mrs. Nation is not altogether pleased with hi-r efforts in I'eoria journalism, says the Co lumbus Dispatch She says that half her writings diil not appear, as there was n wicked man "who stole them and tore them up just because he was jealous nnd wanted to get his own stuff in." She gave him a "talking to." " 'Hell,' I say, Ms full of such scoundrels as you.'"' This is strong language, but when it is known that among the things chucked into the wate basket by that wicked man were "a dozen pieces of poetry which my ad miring f...

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. — 19 April 1901

4 MAKMIALL REPUBLICAN. Concert at College Chapel. The concert given by the ele mentary class of the School of Mu sic on Monday evening nt the Col lege chapel was, considering the grade of the .students and their ages, very fine. Kach number given was n credit to the performer. The cliiipcl was comfortably filled, Misses Kiln Robbins Muck and lies sie Grultc being the youngest pu pils in the class, made their first public appearance, playing entirely from memory, and covered them selves with glory, meeting with loud applause from the appreciative audience. We give in full the excellent program: Keltcivr- Op. 1 .'!'. Cliant ilit Bivouac, ilmt: Mr. A. (irllllii oImmi ami Mls M.vivl Sprig. Streiibbog Op. l.VI. Do. Itn Ml, wait. Mil"! MIkk lles-lc Ci iiIh'. Uiulltt-Op. lol. march, !nlo: Ml I'.lla Black. Lamina Lightly How, duet: MUmm llc-ide Ci ulti! mill Ien Haycc Ci iiIm- Op. UK, llluc I toll- of rfeot luiiil, miIii: Ml" I'.thi'l '.'lark. IlchrOp. tiO.1, VhIm tli'f (iiilrliiiul-, -olo:...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

MAKM1ALL KfcFUbl.lCAN. GRAND RECEPTION. GWen by Mr. and Mn. ). W. Sparks at Their Home on Odell Avenue. The elegant ucw home of Jnmes W. Sparks on Odell nvetute was thrown open on Tuesday afternoon, April 16th, for n brilliant reception and seldom in there Riven in our city a more artistically complete so cial affair than upon this occasion. The rooms were darkened during the receiving hours, the gas l'Kut making very effective the profusion oi flowers, palms and lovely dra peries ol this elegantly furnished home, which is one of the hand somest in the city. Red carnations prevailed in the hall, where the furnishings nre of a dark rich red. The parlor, leing a pink room, was decorated in pink and white roses. Knster lilies and palms were ar ranged throughout the library, with pleasing effect. The dining room was aglow with American lcauties and ferns, Theccnter piece for the highly olislicd golden oak table, was u cut glass vase filled willi American beauties. The guests were receiv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

6 MARSHALL v. KLPUbLlCAN. HollowayvColvert- The surpassing beauty of sim plicity was cxi tnplified Wednesday afternoon on tlic occasion of Miss Maude Colvcrt's marriage to Mr. l:lcin Holloway in tin; Christian church at 3 o'clock. The decora tions of the church were confined to the luxuriant thicket of palms, which covered the pulpit platform. The bridal party entered the church to Lohengrin's wedding cho rus, very beautifully rendered by MesdaiiU's Vnnstone nud Harvey, Misses Hcttie Mt.son and Jennie Spahar, with Mrs. C. A. Knight as organist. First came the attendants, Mr. Warren Culvert and MissOtt Wise, Mr. T. Murphy Reed of Warrens buri: and Miss Pearl Winn of May i. IM. i.rm. .... ill, nr... tt t IIW flVUIII, 111. IHC lll'll Ul Mr. Theodore Shock, his best man, came down the right isle, while the fair bride, leaning on the arm ol Miss Birdie Kelley of Cnrrollton, the maid of honor, followed in the opposite isle. The grouping at the altar was graceful and effective. The im pres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

MAKMIALL REPUBLICAN. 7 AN ELEGANT RECEPTION. At the Home of I. O. Striker on Benton Avenue. The handsome home of I. O Striker on Heiilon avenue, was the scene of a merry gathering on Fri day afternoon, wlie.i loo guests or more, including the Fancy Work, L'Allegrezza and Sans Solid clubs were eutertuiued. . From ? to 6 Hi nton nvtnue was filled with traps, carriages mid phaetons, nil filled with handsomely gowind matrons and misses. The Striker home with its advantages of country anil city life, has always been one of oeu hearted liuspital ity, and no one knows better than its inmates how to entertain to the greatest pleasure of their giusts. The pretty rojms, always attrae live, were greatly enhanced by the ue of cut flowers, carnations and IiKics prevailing Mrs. Striker.who makes a most gracious hostess, was assisted by her three daughters, Misses Maude, I.enuie and Mrs. W It Nock, each of whom are ideal entertainers and the time parsed so pleasantly, that the time for leav ing ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Hurry IVnncleo spent Inst IVIdny In Kan-n- City. Noel Mi-Daniel, of Falrvlllo. wan In tlu I'lty Saturday. IE. H. HuiT Iw remodeling hU luiiiio on We-t North street. "(!en. Greene" Cigar, lieet lOemink it. ilo-'Jw) Mu.r.s v S rr.f.i.i:. M. P. Lyon returned Saturday from ii hii.lnes trip to Knn-us City. READY MIXED PAINT, La Crosse Lumber Co Mi x. Pnlph Cntron, of Hlnekhnrn. wiix a guc-t at Hotel Hin t Friday. Mr. Al Hector spent several dny thl- week with relative at Slater. "Amly .lm'kon" Cltriir. in-iv Mn.r.s.v Stix.u:. Mih. Mary Slater, of Kim Grove, who a i-ltor In Mm -hall Satnrilay. T. I!. Wll-on. of Malta Hend. made a liu-lncs- trip to Mar-hall Satnrilay. Ml Nora HoImtImiii was tin1 gue-t Satnrilay of Ml-- Kclnu Heed at Slater Ln Crosse Lumber Co. Never Pail to Please. I.arkln Hancock enme down Satnr ilay for a vl-lt to Mr.-. .1. W. Sparks on Odcll. T. II. Chappcll anil .lohn HolcitMn, of Mount l'onaril. were in thU i'lty Satnrilay. Ml-- N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

MAKM1ALL : REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAL IN BRIEF. Siiirur corn, f cent a van, nt I ):! .Milks v Stki:i.i:'s. Mrs. F. M. Hntes, of Miami, spent Monthly In Mnrnliull. Ml- F.va Maker, of Napton, was In tlic city shopping Monday. Waller Cooper, of Hlaukhurn, spent Sunduy with It. T. Konntx. There I a "Midway" In town at Wright's Cigar Factory. 10-2w Miss Myrtle (taker, of Slater, was a xhopHr In th city Saturday. 8. I. Coo, of Kansas City, wa tin; guest Monday of C. II, Coodwlu. Sugar corn, ft cents a can, at Mile .V Steele's. 10-2w Hen Striker spent the week In Chi cago looking tip Hprlnir novelties. (iurtlen Seeds In bulk at HMw Vawtkii llltos. Mr. Audrey Dual, of Ml. l,conuril, wn a visitor In Marshall Monduy, '.n Crosse Lumber Co. "2 Yean Under Same "lanagemcnt. Judge .1. II. Hunter left Saturday 11 II; lit ,or a hulncss trip to Chicago. .lo l.lghtncr ami Holt Ladd of Odessa HM-iit Sunday with Marshall friends. Idaho Potatoes, largo and diy, at lo.'jw Mn.r.s V smxr.'s. Ml- l.l.lc llaiiuner. ...

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