ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Marshall Republican, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,138 items from Marshall Republican, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,138 results
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 April 1901

10 MAKSIIALL : KliPUbLlCAN. D- 8. DEPARTME'.n'OF AQRIUULTURE Olliimto nud Crop Bulletiu of the Weather Bureau Missouri Bectiou, for the Week Emlii)gApril 16, 1001. eolutiihlti, Mo., April HI, Hull. Tin' put week iici UL't il Kiiiiicwliiit colder ill tt ii li-iiul throiiiroiit the Mate, with raw curt wind uml much cloudy wruther. I'.uln It'll mi live iluv- dm Itit; tin1 week mill over pnitlou- ol the we-tcrn uml Miiilheni m'tlim tin to till full rtiiiil from I to over - Inche-: cl-cwheic it Wll- fCllt'l'illl.V ll'- tlimi I Im-li. In inot of tin- c(iiilicatvni uml n feu of the HniUiui'.-tei n countlc tlu weather wu- fulrly fiivorulili' for furiii work uml out miuIiij; tin- hecn com plctcd. curly triinlcn- have lici'ii made mill potutne.- planted, preparation-for rorii plmillutr liuvc hecn pu-hcil rap lilly, mnl in a few of tlit' i-oiithcu-tern coiintle- pliinllnu I" well iinili't' wuy. In llunklln county con-lilcriililc cot ton lin- iitxi liccu plmitcil. In -omcof the ccntrul and nort...

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. — 19 April 1901

NAkMlALL KtPUbLlCAN. II The New Road Law- Section I. Tl.ntncctlonHlU27,U,4::!, li,4:il ntiil U,4.1T, nrllcle I, chapter 1l, ItcVlned SllllUtCM of Mln.ourl, 1 !'', iut liiHtlft Hiium mill flint now Mm tlonn, tit li? known nn ncctloun 11,427, U.I.'tJ, It.l.'Hi und H,i:i7, enacted In lieu 1 thereof, u follow: Sec. H.427. Orunl.utlon of Honrd The rouil commliinloucrn of tlmneverul dllrlct nhull meet within ten ilayn after their appiitnt ini'iit nml utinuully thereafter ami ori;aiil.c, rlccllw: one of Mielr inimln-r president ami one clerk. The clerk nhull Uhuu ull war rant (in the district fiiml In tho IiuiiiIm of tlii county trciinrcr, which nhull Ih kImiciI by the prmldcnt nnd ultented by the clerk. I'.uch member of the ImiuiiI kIiiiII 1 ire he un cnmcunutlnii fur lilt nervlec not lew lliuii nor inure tliiui f-'0 K r ycur, the nmotitil hctttfcn the uiiixlnitiiii 11111I the mini mum to lie Hxcd I iy the county court of the fi'verul cnuntlen, nml the clerk nhull lecelve In mhllllon to t...

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. — 19 April 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Too Tax A?us'or's iews. Tin' world I uoln' to Ihi' ilotf A ful n It fun H! There nlu't ii lliliw luit iH.uTly Anil orrow here Is'low ; I tnrl mil In tin' liiiiriiln' with A ln'i'ln' lii'iirt.lnil wl I turn In wander home lit nltflit I'm nlwny inl iniuln Tin- M'r tnlk of mlllloiiulre Ainl folk thiil iinl.v wl Ariiitnil nil ihiy In lilMiry, Hut I iilu'l lniiiiil '.in j.l, I . folk rhllti' pnt mo t hit! Hi'. in nil imlt.il tii with irl.l. Hill oh, I I' ll nii whut. llicy'.e ii fViiii.' lu-hlii" heart In-lilcl Tin. hiirx', with llivlr hcnil hlith, Tln kcrrluc. Hull hliic Ain't Imnlly worth n ilullur. Ilioimti They look inlithiy line Tln hihto Inlk fiiinllllnrly (if Ittoiilitl it 1 1 1 1 Ii til it t re. Itut niKiifh liii'ky H'oih llo Aroiinil In n-niiyw here. I come In lot of hnil-c Unit lHiin up liniii"iiM' iiii.I itriin.l. Willi tni- unit lliliiiiroiiml Ihciii nnil A nihility lot o( hin.l. lint oh. they're only empty hell. Tin wretched H'ople there I I n l I n 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. — 19 April 1901

MARSHALL Klii'UbLlCAN. 13 Brlgtit's Disease Dr. T. .1. Held of Chicago, nti emln cut authority in the medical profession In an Interview has this tit say rel ative to this Incldeou disease, which silently a a tliicr in the night steals Into (Mien r Ktfiii mill rob lilm of vi lli I Ity: "Wlnit Ih llrlghl's disease?'' wa tiskcdof Dr. T. .1. I Selil. "It In u group of kidney diseases, llr-t prominently noted liy the dlstlng-ulr-lied meilleiil pioneer Dr. Height, iiliont the year of l7. "Tliu onuses arc miiny. Some of tin-in cxpnsinc to eold and moisture, Infectious mill contagious diseases, lis scarlet fever, diphtheria, consumption, syphlll, scrofula unil lutcmcrancc lu tin in-e of tobacco, uleoliolle, mid mult liquor." "Doc leed wi.tcr ever product1 Hrlght's dNeiic?" "No. I do not think Unit It can ho elard anions the factors that produce tho disease." "flow nhoiit other than gastronomic cxce!1' Do they tend to produce the dUciiM" "They do not. except iih tliey may caue a greater or ...

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. — 19 April 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. How's Tills? Wo offer Oih Hundred Dollars- He ward for any ciio of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hull's- Cntnrrh Cure. 1 .LCllKXKV.V Co., Prop., Toledo.O. We, t lit undersigned, liavu known P. .1. Cheney for thu Inst lfycnri. unit believe IiIiii lerfcctly honorable In till liu-lnc- transactions ami lluuncinlly able to carry out any obligation inailo Ity tlii'lr linn. Wkst .V TltlW.V, W1inleale Drug- gists Tolcilo, O. Wai.DIMI, KlNNAN V Mauvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. t . IlallV Catatrh Cure I taken Intern ally, acting directly upon tho lilood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 7,n! H'f hottle. Sold hy nil drug gists. Testimonials fice. Hull' Pumlly PUN are the Ix-st. Dry Lczctiu. Tetter 3il Run n iuJ MjIh Ecz:uia of 8crotuni' All eruptive ill-case originate. In the lilood and kidney. Itlood Is I ttt -prcgnnied with dead or decayed tl--lie and poisonous element- which the kidney- and bowel- nre uniihle to ex M'. Pore- of skin lici-onie clogged, a...

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. — 19 April 1901

MAKM1ALL REPUBLICAN. 13 Mallard's for bugles, 11 .'It W. O. Gowcr returned from Kiinmin C ll.v Sunday. George I.. Hceve matlo a trip to Glasgow Monduy. I. L. IVnk, of Hlackburn, It report oil to I' quite slek. Dr. Nueklo attend call tiny or night. Phone Ml. INt Holt nunnwlll leave Saturday for a short visit to St. Loul. .'1.00 to St. Loui ami return, over Hie Mo. Pacllle on tin; Lltlh. MlrtM CarrlcOiillaud.of Salt Spring HN'iit Widncdny In the city. Wm. M. Hradshaw, of Ml. l'onurd, HH'iit Tuesday In Murshall. 1'. A. Hollowny, f Warrcnburg, arrived In the cltj on Saturday. LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Operate their own Private Telephone Systes. Dr. Crutohcr, of Chicago, out u fi-A- hour In our city on Tuesday. Mrs. Win. Hood mailt' a visit to her husband In HiIh city on Tuesday, WIIiIit llliilr, of Kansas City. HMnt several days In Murshull thl week. Sec Milliard's nasturtums unil sweet M'Ht. It Toil lliivi'ii, of Kiiii-iih City, well ki.own in our city, wiihu visitor Tiics day. Mi. W. II. N...

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. — 19 April 1901

16 MARSHALL v. KtFUbLlCAN. MARSHALL OflU HOUSE tfr APRIL - 19m OBKKAMMERG A II -AND TIIK PASSION PLAY, t fo KlltfIT IMS(0MI CHURCH fc " ' ' -A. Aj Admission 50 cents. Mat X '' inec Saturday afternoon Adults, 25c; children un- rX? der 15 vears, 25 cents. ?? .Mr. C. C. Booth Dead. The reinnins of C. C. Booth ar rived in this city on Thursday morning from Nevada, Mo., where he died on Tuesday, April 16th, in the asylum at Nevada, where he was placed some six weeks ago. He was the son of Steven Booth of Virginia, and moved with his fami ly to Saline county 36 years ago. He had reached his 68th mile-stone and for several years his health had been on a gradual decline. No mnn in the county stood higher or had more friends than C. C. Hooth. ' He pnsest-d a high sense of honor and was n very in tellectual and highly educated man. He with his family lived on a farm east of Miami, where he was a pros perous farmer for many years, mov ing to Marshall eight year ago, where he has continued to r...

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. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. x. X X XXX FOREIGN Two British Missionaries and a number of converts have lccn mas acred near I)clc, New Guinea. Santiago, Cuba, is excited over election frauds to such an extent that it was necessary for military interference. The Chinese troops arc retreat in before the German und French expedition and are all now in the neutral territory of Shansi. Generals Kitchner and Botha are again reported to be negotiating for peace in South Africa. These two warriors would better turn the job over to Mrs. Botha and let her fix it up. France is alarmed because of ru mors that have been tct afloat of a British Gtrnnn alliance, for the purpose of declaring n naval war fare against France. OurGaulic brothers ure unnecessarily cxercis td Mrs. Botha, wife of the 'Boer General, is still exercising the func tions of a self constituted peace envoy. We hope the good lady may le successful in bringing almut the termination of a useless loss of life and property. Large number...

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. — 26 April 1901

2 NAKM1ALL KtFUbLlCAN. MARSHALL' REPUBLICAN. Kntcrctl at the 1'ontnttice In Marshall, Mo., as econlilnsx mnltci'. TKItMS: lt.00 PGIt YGAU IN APVANCG. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKS1IAM., MISSOURI, AI'KII. 26. I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, ( KuriiHTly limir .V IIiiiiIit.) Ullli'.' over Hunk of Hllllllf MARSHALL, - MISSOURI. DAKOTA DIVORCE LAW DECISION. The recent decision of the .supreme court con ccrning the Dakota divorce law, has created many false impressions. Many are of the he lief that under the ruling of this court, it is held that all divorces obtained by petitioners through a transler of domicile from one state to another renders the divorce void. A di vorce obtained after removal to another state by the petitioner, the defendant having made no change of residence and an unwilling party to the action, but made so by service by pub lication, is not valid in the state where both patties live as man and wife, and which the plaintiff left for the purpose of instituting di vorce proce...

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. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL KKPUbLlCAN. 5 MISSOURI EDITORS, WnrreimlmrK HlnmlnnMlcrnlil. I( Kaunas City had a few more Judge Mc Aiiley's it would be a good place to stay away from. there In one chance left for Bryan unci his anti-imperialist followers. They can declare the capture of Aguinaldo unconstitutional. Ji'fTiTiii City Ib-putiHi-itn. Gov. Docker y'.H numerous and imposing ing miliury Maf contrasts strangely and vividly with the measly appropriation made for the state militia, says the Lnmar Repub lican. Iii pro,ortlon to wealth and popula tion the Missouri legislature made the most niggardly appropriation for its militia ol any stnte in the union, but the governor is not behind any of them in the number or gor gcousncss of his military retinue. Jeffcr soniHH simplicity for the time being is for gotten. Mmilti-mi County Itrrnlil. The Democratic press, in order to mike Funston's laurels appear as unimportant as possible, are raising the cry that Aguinatdo has sold Too bad that the inspiring spir...

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. — 26 April 1901

4 MARSHALL KliFUbLlCAN. Mn. Elizabeth C Dunn. Col. John Donaidaon. Mrs. Hlizabeth Dunn ,of Wallace, Idaho, died suddenly on Tuesday evening, April 33rd at eight o'clock and one of the wealthiest 1 1 nt the home of Dr. W. S. Holland and L. V. Scott on Kast Arrow street, in the 66th year of her age. This genial lovely woman who was n si.stel of the late Mrs. W. S. Holland, made her home with her three sons at Wallace, Idaho, and several weeks ago came to Marshall to make a visit to Dr. Holland and Mrs. I,. W. Scott. Soon after her arrival, aliont four weeks ago, she contracted a cold and had a slow fever, although never very sick, and was able to come down stairs to her meals until within two days before her death. Her death from heritor age of the lungs was very sudden and unexpected by the family, who each and all were devoted to the dear old aunt, who was a very in teresting character, of a social (lis position that made her an object of admiration and delight to Imth young and old...

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. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. knights of PythiM Banquet. The Knights of Pythius gave nn elegant banquet on Tuesday even ing, tocele'nate the opening of their handsome new halt, which they have recently furnished in the up )er rooms east of the opera house, that have leen remodeled bud thrown together with folding doors, making an ideal home for a secret order. The main lodge room and parlor connected by folding doors are 80 hy 23 and is covered by a handsome wilton velvet cat pet throughout. The long strip of carpet fitting the entire length of the two rooms, with out any extra seams, is a nice piece of work and whs furnished hy the I. O. Striker carpet department. Tile hall has a seating capacity for 250 ersons, is well lighted by sev eral large windows, softened with elegant laci curtains. The lodge room with its pedestals in elony atid gold leaf, officers desks, chairs handsome draperies, etc., has a very fine Knahc piano, one of the hand somest in the city. The walls are effectively cove...

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. — 26 April 1901

15 MAKMIALL v. KtPUbLlCAN. Reception on North Street. The beautiful reception given to the Fancy Work, L'Allegrezzn, T. Q. C. ami Sans Souci clubs, with the husbands and gentlemen frietuls of members, on Friday evening by Mrs. Georgie Hrunaugb, Miss Min nie Murrell, Mr. ami Mrs. Celsus Orear and Miss Louise Noble, will long be remembered by Marshall's society people as one of the pretti est and most recherche ever given in our city. The weather was per fect and everybody was in their happiest mood, and the fact that the genttemen were invited made it an occasion of unusual interest. The Noble home is one of the largest and most attractive resi dences in the city, tin? entire lower lloor being thrown together by means of folding doors. The 200 guests or more moved from room to room with perfect ease, and all are unanimous in refuting a happy time. The recept'on hall was genrgeous with its side walls and permanent draperies of a rich roc color, bright red carnations and dozens of can ...

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. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Annual Entertainment. The annual entertainment given by the lipworth League Reading Circle on Monday evening at the home of Isaac Norz on Odell ave nue was quite a unique affair, and as their ft I tidies part of the past year had been on Japan, the Japan ese evening was both appropriate nttd interesting. The presence of Miss Annie Hail, who is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hail, who are mis sionaries in Osaka, Japan, addtd greatly to the success of the affair. Miss Hail was born in Japan and was dressed in Japanese costume, as was also Miss Nnve. There were several interesting contests during the evening, one of which was the sewing contest for boys, who were compelled lo use the Japanese needle, scissors and thimble. The prize was given to James Redman for the neatest sew ing done. The second contest was the eat ing of rice with chop sticks by the young ladies. The prize, n pair of imported chop sticks, painted in Japanese characters, was given to Miss Minnie Puts...

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. — 26 April 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Host Coffee. Mlt.r.s iV Stkkkk. George Murroll canto up Sunday from the farm. Holwrt Dunn returned Monday from a trip to St. Iouls. V. P. Dickson of tlio county was In Mat-Khali Monday. Webb sugar corn Is positively tlio finest. Mil. KM & STKKI.K J. a Crosse Lumber Co. 22 Years Under Same flanagcmefit. Matthew Campbell Is very 111 at his home on Lafayette dvenue. S. MeCallnway and sons, of Grand Pass, were here Saturday. Mm. Walter Pyle, of Klk Lick, Hient Saturday in thin city. Dr. Suckle attends colls day or night. Phnne3.il. 11 4t Mm. C. P. Corder In HtlH quite Hick at her home south of Marshall. Claude Guthrey I reported anions the sick at hi home on Kant wood. Misses Annie and Inez Hoatrlght, of Ilerndon, wore in shopping Saturday. Frank Mitchell Hient Monday with William Morris and family at Odessa. Mm. dura Haynle, of Falrvllle, won the guest of relative here thin week. Mini Annie Kennedy, of Napton, wan h visitor to the county Meat ...

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. — 26 April 1901

MAKMIALL KtPUbLIGAN. 9 LOCAL IN IRIEF Garden Seeds in bulk at l(Mw Vawtkr BROS'. Jo Todd spent Saturday with friends at Malta Ilend. Joseph Jacoby and wife returned Sunday evening from St. Louis. Dr. J. K. Harris spent Monday in Slater on professional business. Miss Lou Cravens, of Miami, spent Monday with Marshall friends. I!. D. Annond, of Moberly, was tho guest Sunday of Marshall friends. Miss Loule Vaughn, of Slater, was the guest of Marshall friends Friday. 044 SUm Mill Work, La CrsaM Lumber Co. Miss Sarah Martin, of Hlackburn, sient Sunday at her home in thiiclty. Rmv. Luther Link, of Lamar, Mo., preached at Sallno church on Sunday. Dr. Nuckles will consult or examine you free." Ortleeover Iloux tiro's. II 4t Rev. Mr. Godhy of Fayette, was the guest Sunday of Dr. H. M. Spotts and family. T. W. Lacy and wife scnt Sunday with Sam Lacy and family in the country. T.M. Ilornc of the HlackwabT News attended to business In the county seat Friday. Mrs. Gcorglc Rrunaugh left Sunday nig...

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. — 26 April 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WHY BOUHANAN NEVER MARRIED. The Image of His Dead Fiancee Never faded from Hit Heart. Wbv He PaiuU His Pace. k'.vcry mark on the Indian face In a slyn with a dctlnllu mcuulnir which , other Indians may read, when un "Mr. Iluehanan, who wo the Una ,,,! , WBp ,m)l ,10 bachelor elected to the prel.leney, wa .u.i hlniNelf not only with hi own M yearn of we when elected, ami had n,Hvldmil honors and distinctions dtlllK-'rately tflven hlm.elf to a life of won b ,,, own ,ravi.rv, but alo with eellt.acy," write.. William Perrluo, In tho hvb1 hunilM ,)f j, fnillv r the May Ladle' Home .Journal. "In rlH,( ninv MIHWM om. ,nork of the day when he wan a youn lawyer Unction only or inuny; In fuet, be of Lancaster, lVnnylvanla, he hod moy ! o well off In thl repectthut, loved Mln Coleman, u bcuutlfitl douh-1 ke omp yMf!Ml i,,,.man, he U ahle ter of n elll.en of that town. They to ,,,, ncw .UMlnetlnn for every nc hud been enu-awed to be married, when uu(in Soim.tmo ,e will w...

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. — 26 April 1901

MAKM1ALL REPUBLICAN. tl Hoint-sUaders Wilt Draw A Wnxhinj-ton dlxpatcli xay tho Illl'tllOll (if lllxpoxllltf f tilt! Innilx'ln In I In? Kiowa nml Wichita Imllnii r"i rrvnlloti In Oklahoma, xoon to bo opened to hnmextuinl entry. In i-wolv-lnr moxl earefnl attention from the of Ih'lali of tin' Interior department. Do ulrnlili- lamb x object to dlpnxltlon under tin hnuicxteiid law can no lonir i-r Ik foiitnl In lutw Uuntlt Ii-m oxocpt when an Initlan lexer vat Ion Ix opened, ami tlifii they an I'liirerly xoiiifh.. So many lniiilrk art made about tint Kiowa ami Wlohlta land that It In inanlfunt thai thero will be xovernl time a iniiiiy applicant ii their ate tlMCt. The Wichita i-e-crvatlon will lie em braced In a xopuruto liinil district, wltl'i u land olllfi' at 'A Itcno. Do ducllni; tin land allotted to tl.c lu ll Imix ami tvoi-rvfil for xchool put purpoxcx, llicic will Ih ;t. I-- tract of llHI IICIVx I'licll III In lllxpO.Cll of to lioini'xti-ail claimant, The tfi enter por tlon of t...

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. — 26 April 1901

12 'MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SOME BRIGHT THINGS For You at our store, during the Big Ring Sale COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 29th And fur line week MI,. of New York City will lN'Ht THE NEW YORK RACKET Tii M'll rlmt tluil nre uuiiriiuteeil liy u, IN conformity with our plan of nlwuy wloptiiiK new method ofplc.ultiB L'iiHtotuvr.4, we have tirr.ni Ktil with one ofthc larcnl manufact urers of Riiie,, In the U. S., to ncnil to our rttorc otic of their lady expert, to ili'tuomitratcthc world. fuuioiii line of V. L. & Co. SOLID COM) Shell KIiikh. The Si t Ruie, urc Gitm iue I'rcuvh Doublet, in Diamond, Turquoitc, Knicrald, Kuhlc, l'curl, I-'tc. All urc Kxact Reproduction of Stones worth from 925 to tflH. Ouuruntvctl to Wvur for Five Yearn, In CoiiHtunt Unc. Price UAc, AO, $1.00 Mil $l.AO. A DARKY'S BONO Almost Blocked Traffic in EtHjr Hew York StieeU. It wu only n mhii: ut that, lint It cuinc block on tin1 llroudwiiy ruble Mm the other iliiy. The hIiutit, mi, the New York Mall mill Kxpre, wu in...

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. — 26 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 LOCAL IN IRIEF Mahanl & Son fur good buggies. 4t I). T. entitle, of the county, wan In town Saturday. M. W. Hall was a viiiltor In the city Wednesday. Joseph Flsralll spent Tuesday In Kansas City. W. C. Booth left Monday for his home In (Julncy, III. V. K. Mahard & Bon for best buggies. 12-4t 11. I). Anient made a business trip to Kansas City Monday. O. I. tlaynle and It. C. ITanna were over from Miami Monday. a Crosse Lumber Co. Ca'-y Largest Stock. Miss Hrman llrown. of Orearviltc. seiit Tuesday In this city. C. I'. Hnoddy and wife of the county were In Marshall Monday. Marshall has a "Midway" at Wright's cigar factory. Iw (George lying and wife, of Slater, were guests of friends here Tuesday. Will Montgomery and Orion Heskett of Btosscrwere In Marshall Monday. Cheap buggies W. K. Mahard & Hon. 12-4t Huv. C. K. Thomas left Tuesday for Mexico, to attend a meeting of synod. Have you a "IVdlgrty" If not, you can And one at Wright's cigar factory. I...

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