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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Evening Muticale. The musicate given by Miss Pan nie Wood Monday evening, "June 17th, at her home on Fast North street, wan one of the most enjoy able functions of the summer sea son. Chairs were arranged on the lawn, where the large audience found it delightfully cool, and where they bad a flue view of the musi cians, who occupied the long front gallery. The guests upon their arrival 1 were received in the west P"Iors ti each guest present had relat by Miss Frances Wood and Misses hcr of tlc Impromptu Praukie and Kmma Huckuer, of 8(ory. Paris, Mo. Mrs. C. Leon Smith) Ti,'e young pcoptc decinre tiley of Kansas City, in whose honor the ,nd a perfec,y plondid time, entertainment was given, Mcsdames . Refreshments of cream and enke W. B. Mahan of St Louis, Paul were etljove,n)y the following per il. Moore of Charleston and Wilbur Mm. Msses Kllc s,arp nt,Itc Johnson of Boonville were also of Unford( I?lora and j?ntMX Mo the receiving party. ;c, IJd Arraentrout and A...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 LawleafrMcMahra. The Methodist church at Shitoh was filled Wednesday evening, June iStli, with a large and fash ionablc audience, who in response to invitations, issued daytt before, bad assembled to witness the nun tials of Dr. Charles Lawless of Napton and Miss Mary Louise Mc Mahan, daughter of W. H. C. Mc- Mahan of Napton, which took place at 8:30 o'clock, Dr. W. H. Black performing the beautiful and im prcssivc ceremony that made these two popular young people man and wife. Messrs.. Tully Pence and Luther James of this city acted as ushers. The attendants were Clayton Lamkin of Marshall nnd Miss Lot tie Pettis of Niipton. The bride in her wedding dress of white uiousscliue, was a dream of loveliness and indeed they made a handsome couple. The bridal party entered the church to the soft sweet strains of Miss Virginia Young, who sang, "Oh Promise Me," in a most effective manner, to the accompaniment on the organ by Mrs. O. L- Mulchings. Mr. and Mrs. Lawless ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

5 MARSHALL v. KtPUbLlCAN. LOCAL IN1RIEF. Dnn Kahn visited St. Louis this week. John Dawes, of Slater, spent Friday in Marshall. D. II. Lowenstcln, of St. Louis, spent Friday In our elt.v. Dave Nooc, who ha been sick with appendicitis, is improving. Hon. It. L. Haines and wife, of Sla ter., were visitor here Frldty. Miss Ml.ze) Shackelford, of Glas gow, is visiting Mis Isabel Hoyd. Miss lithel Vanstone has returned from u visit to friends at Malta llend. Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc., Im CroMe Lumber Co. A. II. Stewart returned Saturday night from a week's trip through Kmn sas. (!. V. Hunter arrived Saturday morning and sient several days at home. Fred C. Liter uml family, of Mack liurn. visited It. Llllurd and family Friday. Harry II. Downing cume In Satur day to spend his vucutlou ut his home in mis city. Fiuuk Ayres sKnt Sunday In Sla ter with his wife, who was visiting rel atives there. Jutues M. Odell has been appointed administrator of the eslute of the lato Wm. M. Udell. Judges . ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAL IN IRIEF S. V. Daniels, of (Milium, was In the city Friday. Mrs. James Walker, of Malta Henri, wax In shopping Friday. A. Zimmerman and wife, of the conn ty, wore In trading Saturday. Minn Km in a A. Schcpers, of Fair vllle, wait a visitor Saturday. C. M. Bnekner arrived Saturday, making IiIn lata trip until fall. A handsome line of queenswarn to select from at Khrnman ft Henlnn's. 18 41 Miss Nora H. Thompson, ofLaboll, Is thu guest of Mr. and Mm. I!, A. Knight. Dr. Pliier and children sieiit Friday with Mm. .lulla KmUon and family on Highland. Mm. Will Merry, of IVrry, Okln liotna, wuh the guest of Mr. J omen Wlngllold Friday. Mrs. Ht'evu Smllli. of Falrvllle, the guert of Mrs. John O'llnnnon, return ed homo Frlriuy. Kd Kmernon, of Ktroud, Oklahoma, who hat Wen visiting in Saline, left Friday for his home. MIhh Mclteynolris, the guest of Miss Vlrgle McHoynolris, left Saturday for her home In Carthago. Henry Nave, V. M. Huckner's pack er, arrived In Mari...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF I. T. Itojrnolrls, of Slater, was In the city Monday. A. H. Hoy and children went to Ar row Hock and spent Sunday. We regret to learn that A. M. Tonn ly, of Falrvllle, Is very III. Mrs. 1. T. Reynolds and baby are visiting Miss Kllzabelh Jurdcn at Hoi den. La CroMe Lumber Co. Carry Largest Stock. Miss flabo Plfcr has been quite sick this week at her home on Odcll ave nue Miss Mayme .cpff, ot St. Louis, Is visiting Miss Ioulo Tlekenieyor at Shackelford. K. V. Dawes, wife and son, Cecil, spent Sunday with Mrs. Kll.a Dawes at Orcarvlllc. Larkin and Arch Hancoc sient Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Sparks on Udell. Mrs. William Culver, after an Ill ness of six weeks, Is able to be out again, much to the pleasure of her friends. Mrs. K. K. Morris and children, who havo been vlnttlng relatives In Newport for sonic weeks, will return home this week. Mrs. Or ecu Fray and daughter, Miss Murtha, and niece, Miss Frances Fray, of Itlackwatcr, visited M...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. It Ollmate and Orap Bnlletia. Columbia, Mo., Juno 18, 1101. The pant week averaged considera bly warmer than usual, except over tho southeastern portion of ttiu mate, where tho temtoraturo wan very near normal. Good showers havo fatten In portions of tho northeastern, central and southern sections, hut wero very local, and while some correspondents report a total rainfall of 1 to 2 Inches, over the greater part of tho state, there was less than 1 Inch, and In many localities In tho central and western counties there was none. Homo damauo was done by wind and hall in a few of tho extreme southern coun ties. In thoso districts where good rains have fallen during the past two weeks corn Is growing finely ; elsewhere Holds that ate well cultivated aro generally holding their own and looking fairly we I. hut makliiL' slow growth. In a few of the western and southern coun ties, where the drouth Inn Ite. n most severe, some corn' Is dying. Replant Imr Is still uolng on...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF C. M. Huckncr loft Monday night for Ccntrntla. T. It. l'cncc, of the county, was a visitor here Tuesday. II. II. Downing loft Monti oy for a xliort business trip to Fulton. Frank Mghtshoc left Monday night for the xpoltlon at UufTalo. Miss Mala Fitch visited Mlts Alma Taekett at Hoonvlllo recently. Mike Sandldgo came up Saturday from Hoonvlllo for n xliort visit. J. II. ColTco, of Crctchcr, attcmletl to business In this city Tuesday. Miss O'Quest relumed Tuesday from a live month vlst at Jefferson City. Mrs. It. T. Hrlghtwell and family are visiting Slater friends thU week. M. K. Farmer returned Wednesday night from Kantian City where he went for goods. Mm. W. II. Pate and Miss Agnes Laugan, will leave Friday for Kxccl nlor SprlnuH. James Wlnjrlleld and son, .1 nines, Htent Wednesday at the furm near Hardeman. F. M. Harrison, of Shelhy county, to visiting his daughter, Mm. It. II. Taylor on Udell. Mm. Hen McCluro and children returned Saturday ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. 13 W. F. Elliott Dead j Mitid'-rl Democrat "wrl Mniii" An. .h iw... uwn ... . ... ..... and most highly rvsKcted cltxens of Mobcrly, is no more, lie panned away at his residence, Hill West Coates street, at II o'clock Saturday morning, of kidney trouble. Deceased was (U years of axe and leaves to mourn his los a wife, four brothers and one sinter. All were pros ent at the funeral except Dr. Klllott, of Texas. Mr. Klllott has been a cltlxcn of Randolph county for years, twenty-live of the past forty which he has I sK'nt In this city. During the civil irregularities of the kidneys and blad war ho fought In the Confederate army ,it.,. n Mth men and women, regulates I .t I a .1 ill . .... . . . . . nu siiiiocitiM! 111 uieconiiifireiunii'ii to his home In Henlck and engaged in farming and stek-ralslng, lie held the1 offleo of sherllT und collector for two urins and In 187(1 ho cumc to Mnberly and entered the Mechanics' Hank. For live years lie acted as cashier of tha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

14 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OH TO BAH rKAHOIBOQ. Aboard the Epwortb Letgno Special. Tim Union I'aclflc hss been nelcctod ns tlio olllcial route by Central, South em onil Western Missouri, which In oludts Kunsns CIV.v, Setlallrt, Spring Held, Jopllu, Oarthniru and other prin cipal cltiert In the stste. The Union l'ndlle wax nelcctcd liocausp It Is the shortest, U'st and iulckest route from Missouri lltver tit Sun Francisco and offer the best faelllltes In all resects for the trip. It Is the cool, central route, which menus much In the mid dle of duly. Let us help you keep cool: we can do It. The meeting will In held In San Francisco duly 18th to 2M. The Union I'm; I lie wilt sell tick ets from duly tlth to 12th at the very low rate of $45.00 for the round trip: most lllwral stop-over privileges both going und returning. In fact, stop when and where you pleuie west of Denver. Tickets am good until August III si to return. You go one way, re turn another. You have choice of routes: only ke...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Wa?e;l- Goal' 1 1 9 Tho people of Wuvurly arc rejoicing ocr the iri)8icct of extensive (level opulent of the coal Ileitis a short dis tance south of llielr town. A til-Inch vein of coal at a depth of about lot) feet has Ix-en develoH?d by prospect ing. A cotnpony lit said to bo hacking the enterprise, with an nhundnnco of capital nml they contemplate Uslnj electric niliiliitr machinery and build liitf a lot of miners' houses, stores, etc.. to enrr.v on the business on a A part of the plan In build a rail road from Alma, on the C. & A., to the mines, a distance of nbo'it seven iiillei. KanxiiH City capitalists are said to lie buck of the enterprise.- Itxlnutoii Intolllucuccr. An Excursion toat- Cnpt. .lohn Handldite launched thu Hill (Mty,hls excursion boat on lllack water river lust Friday evenlntr. It Is jtttti a piece of Int-culiis worWinuti ship, bout :M) feel loiitr by 12 feet wide, wltli cover, rudder, proclllui wheel, chain and sprocket wheel", etc , a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 June 1901

MARSHALL KEPUULICAN. STORM AT BOONVILLE. Many Person Injured and Build' ingt Destroyed. A wind mid rain storm visited Boonvillc, Mo., last Wednesday evening. One negro was killed by the falling walls ol n brick barn. The roofs were blown off many res idences and businesses houses. The Hell Telephone Company's lix change is almost a total wreck. The Twentieth Century Company's tent was badly damaged, but none of the members were hurt. Marriage Licenses. V.L.Crawford, Milwaukee, Wis., and Lilian Thompson, Slater. John A. Mitner, Denver, Colo., nnd Annie l'ishback, Marshall. Mason Childersaud Clara Thorn ton, Little Rock. Andrew Robertson, Wauantakcr, and Annie Rice (col.), Longwood. Arrons Jackson and liva Jackson, Marshall. lid ward Oliver and Stella Lewis (col.), Slater. Theodore uirk, Malta Bend, and Mrs. Laura Greene (col.), Wav crly. Clarence A. Davis and Carrie A. Robinson, lilmwood. John W. Owens, Miami, and Mrs. Nancy C. Lewis, Marshall. Lloyd G. Grayball, Orcarville, and Myru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, JUNE 25. 1901. NO. 21. ADELBERT HAY KILLED. Adelbert S. Hay, formerly United States Consul to Pretoria and son of Secretary of State Hay, fell from a window in the fourth story of the New Haven House nt New Haven nt 2 o'clock Sunday inorniiiK. June 23, and was iiMantly killed. Young Hay went to New Haven to attend the triennial celehration ol his class, Vale, '98, and reached the hotel at 6 o'clock. ' He was atom: and was assigned to room 47 on the fourth floor. He lingered about the hotel for some time and then wan dered on to the Yale campus and talked with a N)liceman und then went to a toba-.co store. He wr.s a member of the triennial commit tee to erfect arrangements for the reunion on Tuesday, and it is thought that he attended during the evening a conference over some of the preliminary plans for the class gathering. It was alxmt 7 o'clock when Mr. Hay reached his hotel. After calling for the key to his room he t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered nt tin' PontoHlce In Mat-shall, Mo., as focoiitl-elms mutter. TI'itMS: I.O'l PUIS VKAIt IN ADVANlMJ. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKHIIAM., MISSOt'KI, Jt'NK 2.S, I90I. TARIFF AND RECIPROCITY. The Democrats, who have nothing to lose, are now busy criticising the position of the Republican party on the tariff question, in the hope that no issue may be found for 1904. The Democratic press is now filled with mis representations concerning the administra tion's policy upon the tariff question, and are loud in their declarations that the principles of protection ate giving way before the ad vauce of fice-trade policies, A more false statement could not be made, but Democtacy should be indulged to a limited extent it is looking for an issue. Another statement, equally as false, and upon which Democratic insurgents hope to re ly for a campaign issue, is that the Republican party has drifted away irom the time-honored traditions of the past upon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 UNION TENT MEETINGS. Immense Congregations at Each Evening's Service. The union revival services nt the tent legau Sunday evening, June 2,Vl. nnl fully fifteen h limited peo ple were present, nil of wltotn were very comfortable. The tent is raised from the bottom, making it possi ble to get nil the breeze stirring. Thi choir, composed of the sing ers of the different churches, num bering in nil about 125 voices, led by Mr. Geiger, who has a fine voice, mnke the finest music ever heiird in Mnrshnll, Miss Fannie Taylor is organist, Lclaud Viley nud Miss Louise I.eininon violinists and Charles Viley flutist. Rev. 1?. K Motris explained the financial .situation, saying that the lin.itice committee needed t lit sum 1 of vx to pay for the seating of 1 the tent, platform, electric lights, etc. A collection was then taken ! up. which amounted to 20, and will be used towards paying this expense. Faeh eveni.ig there will I be n collection taken for the same' purpose. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Committee Meeting. The program committee of the fiction class of the Monday Club linvc iicinicii iiimi inc uwuKn iui next year's course of study. The committee wns composed of the fol lowing ladies: Mesdamcs D. P. Hell, John R. Hall. H. I). Anient, Win. Culver, Misses Willie Wal ker, Ullen Black and Ollie Burke. The following hooks were se lected: Sir Walter vScott Kenilworth and Lady of the Lake Benjamin Disraeli F.ndyminn. Hulwer-I.ytton Harold. William Makepeace Thackeray Henry Ksmond. Charles Dickens Martin Chuz zlewit. George Iilliot Daniel Dcronda. Alfred Tennyson Idyls of the King. The ladies are to Ik: congratulat ed upon the excellent program ar ranged for next year's work in this department. Broom Manufactured at Home Ollie Irvine has recently returned from St. Louis, where he attended a school for the blind, and where he was taught how to make brooms. He has fitted up a shop at his home on Kastwood with all the tools nec essary for miking a first-cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CHAMPION HORSE THIEF. After Serving Four Term in the Penitentiary It Again in the Hands of the Officers. Willis Hill, possibly the most notorious horse thief in the United States to-day, is comfortably housed in the county jail in this city. He was arrested on last Frida after noon nhout one mile south of Alma b Constable Dick Borland, of Al um, and was given over to the offi cers at Blackburn that night. He was taken before Justice Neal Sat tirday morning for a preliminary hearing, lint waived same and was brought to Marshall for safe-keeping in the care of Constable Hen Rollins, of Blackburn. Hill, who seems to le guilty of many offenses, is o man over sixty ye irs of nge and his last offense oc curred on May ,vth, when a horse was stolen from the bnru of Adol pbusKausberger, near Salt Springs. The evidence seems to leave little doubt as to the guilt of Hill, who was rccogiii.cd Saturday by Dr. T. A. McCli.-iMi.in, of Mount Leonard, as being the same man he ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Dr.PRICE'S CrS?mBaking Powder Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder adds to the hcalthfulncss of all risen flour-foods, and makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer flavored, more delicious. It is worth while to exercise care in pur chasing baking powder to sec that you get the kind that makes the food more whole some and at the same time more palatable. prick bakinc powdir oa CMIOAQO. LOCAL IN BRIEF llaylc Hector wa III Slater IY1 day. Charley I'.rvlnc and on. .Ie, fH.it Sunday In Welllimton. lYIilny wa the lntiirt day of the year, ami lntcnely hot. Ml- A vn Steele I t ilk I Hi: a einii-e at Ihe fhleano I'nlvei --Ity. Mr. .1. W. Itonluer. who ha I n lllte lek. I eonvale.celit. Ml- It. i:. Smith left Friday for a vllt to lelatlve In St. I.olll. I.n Crosse Lumber Co. Never Fail to Please. . Dr. W. II. lUaek prenehed for the iood people of Mi. ( illve Snndiiy. 1 I'. A. Mellrlde eaine in lYIduy nllit from a trip throui:h liina. A. I.. .Iiirden returned I'rliliiy niuht fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Why Break a $40 Plate Glass to Steal Shoes? dab lllir M,! KM'l'llll l I'lll'llIXT 1 1 1 It 1 1 li'iillnit imkI iH-iicr tlimi oilier II fur iiion imiiih'V , -ft' . MYERS 8r BELL 'llllf.M Maiihimi.i.. Mil ft'- -ft! ijfef '4?ift?fif LOCAL INiRIEF. Win. l.oidalc returned Saturday from it nip to.lohnon I'oiiiity. Ned Woodhiiiluc hit returned from u visit Id Kvcretl Hell tit Nclon. Ml"- Norn McCritth, of Two Har bor. Minnesota, I vlsltlnir Murhull friend. I. I Send, nf llluckhtiru, was down Momlu.v traii-Mi'tin business In tin county scat. Haydcii Culvert untl wife arc visit- Iiil' Mr. iimiI Mr. I . A. Holloway at Waircnsbiirtj. IW. 'I. K. Spencer week from a short trli City anil other points. returned till to .Ic'Tcrsou .a Cro.sc Lumber Co. C"y largest Stock. Mr. Scnccr, the iui-t of her son, It. I'. SiM-iii'cr iiml wife, hu returned to her Iioiiu' at Fayette. Ml l.ily Heed, of Mt. lA-onaril. was tint niii'ht thin week of Mix Suruh F.rvlnc on .Ic'Tcrsou a von in-. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Whom Gain Married. New York Hun, In a recent Issue of your Sunday id It Ion a party asked. "Whom did Cain marry?" Hi married hU sister. Hit mime wax Hlphu. This, St.Chrys ostoin says, wax tho trudltion of tho Jews ut Ills time. Thin Inforrnatloii may Ik; found In Dupriun's "Concord unco of the Holy lllblc." Ccncsts v., 4, soys of Adam: "And he Itegot sons and daughters." Jose pints says that Adam and Bva had thlrty-threosons and thirty-two daugh ter!". The son of our llrst parent married their sisters. The Old Testa ment wus written an a preparation for the coming of Christ, and the history of personages who did not typify him or relate to him are not given. The holy nnd liiuoeeut Aliel was a figure of Chrint who wax killed hy IiIn breth ren, uud Coin and Alel and their his toric are related, while nothing Is uld of their other ehlldreu. It may Ite of Interest to your many reader to know the exact meaning of the mimes of the patriarch uho lived from Adam to No...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 June 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 lavis-Robinson. Illiu'ktiurti Keronl. A beautiful untl quiet wedding took place at the home (if Mr. nmt Mm. K. T. ItohliiMin at Klmwnod Wednesday. .In lie Huh, tho contracting parties Imj hit; Mr. Clarence A. Davis and Miss Carrie A. KnhliiHon, both of Kim wood. At H:'M 1 1. in. the guests were assem bled In tin1 parlor, which was lieautl fully decoruted Alth lilies and ever green. At I o'clock the bridal party entered the room to the Nweet strains of Mendelssohn's wedri Ing march, which was rendered by Mls Stdla Flupat rick, of Hlackhurn. During the cere tiiony, which was iicrfnrmed by (lev A. I'. Appleby, of Sweet Spring, the "Flower Song" wan xoftly and beau tlfully rendered. The hrlde, a charming and nttrac tlve young luriy, wore French lawn with tucks and all-over luce anil carried white lllle. The groom wax attired In the iihiiuI conventional blaek. He 1 ti young man of Hteiilng worth and Id mtieh udinlied by all who know him. The lirlil, Miiulil, Miss M...

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