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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntetrtl at the I 'out office In Msrahall, Mo., an sti-onri-cla matter. TKItMS: 11.00 PKH YKAIl IN ADVANCE J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSHAI.I., M1SSOUKI, JUI.V 36, 1901. 1 J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, ' 1 (KuriiHTly On-iir . Hunter.) ' 1 Itltlrc iivtr Itnlik if Knllu i MARSHALL, MISSOURI. j TARIFF REVISIONISTS NEGATIVED. With all the talk about the necessity for revision of the tariff, one very important point should he observed, and that in that the de nintid is not strongly emphasized in any part of the country except where there has always been n weakness concerning the policy of pro tectiou. With the exception of n few "pro fcssional tcformers" and a small number of representatives in congress who arc always ready and willing to get into the "band wag on" of "professional reformers," there is no support whatever for the imaginary necessity for revision of the tariff. When we look back upon the results of the past year, in domestic trade and magn...

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 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 A Hiy Ride to WUtoa. A ride on load of hay was ia dulged ia Tacnday afternoon by fifteen of Marshall's young people, who left town about 5:30, going to Wilton. The heat was forgotten and aeverat hew were spent ia having a good time generally. The luncheon consisted of heaps of filed chicken, snowy bread, sal ads and two big freezers full of de licious ice cream and lemon ice. This, with a variety of 'cake, was enjoyed to the fullest by the crowd of happy young people, who found tite return trip by moonlight equal' ly ss pleasant. The party was chsperoned by Mises Minnie Mnrrcll, Kihel Mc Clure sud Leonard Van Dyke and consisted ol the following: Misses Kthcl Sharp. Lula Seargeant, Bere nice Vance, Maude McClure, Rach el Van Dyke, Mabel Mize, Vesta Lackey, of Kansas City, Messrs Riiyless Rector, Horace Leonard, Chester Seargeatit, Philo King, Howard Shepherd, of Denver, Guy McAmis and Hallie Lane. CbriaaMavNeer. Mr. Scott Chrisman and Miss Lena Neer, both r.f G...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ABE LEAQUER8 I OR SKIN- Appeal to Epwoftb Delrgatea Wreck Victim- for Two Kniivn City Hliir. An appeal Ik be made to Kpwnrth 1OOtriiiTK aver tho country to mtvc Minn Julia M. Hyll and MIm Zola HKrr.v, two young women Injured In tint Chlcujro ami. Al'on wreck, from termancnl tllxtlKurcmcnt. Mlxxex liny xlrp und Hnrry were 'both frightfully burned liy excnplng xtcaiir. Minn liny xllp In badly burned shout the face nni) mutt curry iilildcoun xcur through life unlexn oil" I h 11 v il liy the grafting on of new xkln. Tin name condition cxWt In Mini Harry' cnc except that die wnn burn d about the hand and nrnm. Thexe two young women, with their purentn, wore on their way to the F.pworlh Ivcugui convention ut Sun Frntrlnon. The inothei' of ouch of tint two women wn killed In the wreck uml their father are ut the hox potul now, ufTcrliig from Merinu In Judex received In the kbiiio wreck. I'rof. A. I). Hurry l u member of the college faculty ut Hoociiton, III. He hml l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. , LOCAL IJliWCF. W IrH 'I j,i T. H. Harvey waa at home tic Tiles day. Henry Bryant returned thin week from Kansas City. MUa Nora Payne visited Mend at gakj8prletVsMeek. ' ' Sherman Houston, of Malta Bend, lent Saturday la Mil city. Mls Llda Irvine ha been quite sick for two week with eczema. Mr. Jolllf, who waa overcome with heat taut week, t convalescing. READY MIXED PAfNT, La Ctme L lier Ctv A. L. Liggett, of Slater, attended services at the tent Sunday night. T, Mr. Minnie Campbell, of Kansas Cty, visited friends here SundayrFn Hon. it D. Martin returned Monday morning from a trip to Hi. Louie., II. C Home came la Saturday after noon for a visit to hi family hre. Frank Ayrea left Monday for Kl Reno and other point In Oklahoma. A Mr. Snyder, living near the C. A A. illation, U down with typh.nti fever. Mm. Frank Furry, who ha been no seriously III thin week, I improving. Minn Cecil Vanstone.of Malta Hend, spent Sunday with relative In this Hty. La C Lumber Co....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN-IRIEF. Now Tallor-Newlee. 5-2w Pants value extraordinary at New lee's, Houx Broi. 2 2t Frank Ayres aad wife spent 8unday with frUad at Gillian. J. W. Woodamall, of Hardeman, was a visitor here Saturday. Dr. R. H Nucklee made a prnfessl onal t.-lp to Hlater this week. Howell Harris left Saturday for a visit to relatives at McOredle. Nothing delivered unsatisfactorily at Newlee's, Houx Bros. iV2w LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Carry Uric Stocks. Mm. It. W. Nucklee has been quite nick for ten days, but is Improving. MIm Myth Carpenter Is spending the summer at Grand Haven, Mkh. My work of all kind I guarantee absolutely. N'ewlee.Houx Bros.(2.-2t Mrs. Dick Allen, of the county, was the guest Saturday of Marsballfrlends, Clothing cleaned and pressed at Rose Buckner's. Prices right. (24-2t Mrs. Frank Ayres returned this week from a short visit to relatives In Sla ter. Mttle Miss Alice Louise Assent has recovered from a week's Illness with fever. Miss Ida Redman left ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL JN BRIEF I. N. Seargeaat will Wave this week for a stay of several week t Excelsior Springs. Mrs. E. Place iu quite atck for several day this week with severe neuralgia. Herbert Raaaberger aad sliter, Mitt Ella, of Salt- Springs, were down trading Saturday. For this week, pasta 93.60, 13.75 aid 4, worth I8.fi0, 17 and ID, New lee, at Houx Broii. tbtm Rev. C. B. Thnma wan able to fill M pulpit Sunday morning, after as IIIom of several day. Mitt Mildred ParrUh returned Sat urday frame vlelt to Robert Irving and family at Falrvllle. J. M. Httfleld la putting up a eevea room cottage on the corner of Lyoa and Waehlagtos street. LA CROSSE LUMIER CO. Mr. Willie E. Wood and daughter. Mitt Fannie, will leave August Itt for their trip on the Hudson Abner Gore hat returned from Sla ter, where be attended a house party given by Mitt Maude Rill. A Wade, a prominent buslaea man of fcllgginsvllle, wat la our city Fri day with a view of locating. Promptneti, eSclency and ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE TENT SERVICES. Lirge CofltrtftoMaaJ Matty Coav A TOUR THROUGH THK HOLY LAND. Dr. Wharton was greeted Satur day night hy a large and attentive audience, who are enthusiastic ia their praises of the lecture upon this occasion, when he carried them over i,6oo mile from New York to and through the Holy Land, giving such minute descriptions of the people, their customs, scenes, etc., that the audience forgot their surroundings and the intense heat as they were carried in fancy through miles of space in the land where our Savior spent His life while on earth and upon other in teresting topics connected with His long journey. SUNDAY KVKNINU. In the opinion of the writer, the largest crowd that has yet gathered to hear Dr. ' Wharton in this city was at the tent Sunday night Kvery available inch of space in side the tent was utilized, the seats nut side were all filled, and crowds stood outside all through the ser vice, orderly respectfully and at tentively hearing t...

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 July 1901

9 A Muticale Tea. Mrs. Ellen Fuhrman. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. One of the most delightful little social iiffxir.H of the midsummer tinie was the gathering ol the min Inter togeiher Saturday evening by Lee P- Vilcy and family, who entertained nt this time especially in honor of Dr. Wharton, who wait an old friend of the Viley family hack in Kentti ky, and whose fond ness for music in well known by them. The dainty dishes nerved dining the supper hour were Interspersed with (tome excellent selections by Miits Katherine Viley on violin, among; which was Schubert's Sere uade. Dr. Wharton, like many who have visited our city, thinks the musical talent ol Miss Katheriue wry remarkable indeed. The hos pitalities of the Vilcy home were gracefully aiidcharmiugly dispensed on this occasion. After an hour or more spent in the dining toom, which by the way is n very pretty and nriistic spot, the company was invited to the lawn, where several selections were given by the Vdev quartet, all of which w...

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 July 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Tsut ImiMi (Continued from page ) . TUESDAY EVENtNO. Tuesday eveng the teat wu taken from Ilevelatlons vl,7: "For the great day of Hla wrath li come; and who shalt be able to stand?" "There are period In the life of Ood called day," ald the evangelist "There was a day of solitude before He made anything of this earth. Thea came the day of creation. Then the day of gloom, when man sinned m4 broke God's law. "It irrow darker, and darker, all the time, and the people got together In the times of drouth and famlno and said: 'We have been sinning against Ood.' "There was a time when the Son of Righteousness arose and thedaydawn cd In which we live. For two thou sand years the gates of heaven have stood oen. I sometimes think the day Is fading. The next day I the day of Ills wrath, for when the day of mercy ends then the day of wrath dawns. "Who will lie able to stand the test of God's Judgment in that day!"' He spoke of the wrath of God against Inlldcls and ag...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCAL IN RIEF. Homo money to loan at A per cent. 25-1 m Lkk P. VII.KV. 3. 8 M, ItiilT left Tuetday morning fur Oklahoma. Martin Gauldln came In from Okla homa Wednesday. James Wlngfleld left Tuesday for Kl Itenn, Oklahoma. Miss Kmma Hupp, of Slater, visited friend hero this week. Maurice VanAnglcn, of Malta Hend, wan In Marshall Tuesday. Miss Mary McDanlel I making a visit to relatives In Miami. James Orr and daughter, of Halt Springs, visited Marshall Monday. Irving Abend, of St. Louis. Is the Vuesl of James M. Stokey.of this city. Miss Hlril Locution Is having a de lightful summer at Lake Contrary, St. Joe. Mr. Thomas unite sick this Itoatrlghl has lieen week at his home on Capitol Hill. .1. U. and t'. W. Sapplngtnn, of Nol son, attended to business In the coun ty seat Tuesday. Mrs. Win. Justice, of West Arrow street, Is very sick, threatened with spinal meningitis. Will Ilea came In Wednesday from Arkansas for u visit to his fiither, P. II. Hen, and family...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 July 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A MAflMOME MOMUMEMT. Erected to the Meaory f Jmkn Barbae. A handsome sarcophagus monument was put up at Ridge Park cemetery Tuesday to the memory of the late Rev. Joshua Bar bee, by many frlnds. who In token of their love and esteem for him aaked the privilege of erecting tbla atone over hl last resting place in beautiful Ridge Park. The order for the stone was given three months ago to the firm of Bid trup & Hammond of this city. It is made of dark Qulncy granite and came from Qulncy, Mass. It is 7 foet H Inches In height and weighs 20,000 pounds. It Is a 1700-monument, the dimensions of which are as follows: Cap, 4-10, 2-10, 1-8; die, 4.2, 2-2, 2-6; base, 6-0, .1-0, 1-2; name base, HO, 4-0, Ml. The monument, which Is plain and elegant, will be one of the hand somcst In Ride Park. Owing to the burning hoat tho dedi catory services worn postponed until some time In tho future. Portland 8hort Line. There Is but one, The Union Paclllc, the only line running...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. USTOF WfiOUW WINMRS. sNNmM8 Mftat AfahV0OI9 of KU00OMftMM SaTst SlMCQGelAll ift tin OHAMiUd LotMry. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, AUGUST 2. 1901. II F Rounds, Kinmi City: O F Brown, Wallace; Calvin Stevens Johnstown: Robert 8. Wallace, Port Oak; W J Kelly, Kansaa City; O T Tlsdate, Keyleavllle; Albert Morten, Warrenaburg;. John, W Ruhl, Mary vllle: Paul Haber, KansasClty; David 8tlllwagon, Parkvllle.; George A Lam s', Melbourne; Ed Hopper, Napier; leetat, Cedarvllle; Patrick L O'Mara; Thomas J Armstrong, El dnrado Springs; George J Rumaelly, Llnkvllle; JnhBnthanH Allison, Long woo J; William II Fullrrton, Bowers' Mill; Patrick White, Joplln; George H Campbell, Charlton; Samuel 8 Gillespie, Albany; George T Ralney, Thrush; Thomas Hobsworta, lade liendeaoe; Hiram D Spencer, Brook line; Jamea Murphy, Began); Ixuils K Jone, La Belle; A Carter, Kidder; William Little, Edlnburg; G W Har mon, Henry; Edward P Walker Kan pa- City; William Patterson, Spring f...

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

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the PoitoHoe in Marshall, Mo., as . second-class natter. - TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor.; - MARSHALL, MISSOURI, AUGUST 9, 1901. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly dmr A Hunter.) Office over Hunk of Wnlln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. t The Democratic party ia a creature always subject to disappointments. The recent rains have ruined its chances for a prospective "par amount issue." Porto Ricans are willing to admit the wisdom of the American system of doing business and are convinced that they are en tering a period of prosperity. Col. Bryan says he hopes that the Repnhli. cans will nominate Senator Hanna for Presi dent in 1904, but Mr. Bryan has said many things which were devoid of truth. There is no limit to the number of loyal democrats who are willing and anxious to re ceive the empty honor of presidential nomin ation and be "crucified on a cross of gold." Thomas Jefferson once wished that the At lantic was a se...

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. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 TAKEN IN TH1 fLOOM OF LOT. if) Him MkuUe Nxihcraft FaMs a Vic. ttea to tkRfrfea ef Cea Miss Minnie May Nerthcraft, daf hut of Mr. ami Mm. Smith" T. Netlbcraft, died Monday, Jaly 39. loai, at her home 00 Wet Ar row street. She was' born in Shelby ville, Mo., May 6, 1875, and wasjiihtcti teriug upon the threshold of wo manhood. She was richly endow ed with msay accomplihnientad k sweet and loving nature and gave promise of a life of great useful nexs Three -yearn ago rhc had a deep cold that resulted in acoinbin alion of lung and, heart trouble, making, of her an invalid, although until recently, she wan able to go mitt come and seemed tu enjoy lite as much as when in health. She was never heard to complain and, a more datiful daughter eMkUneibe found. Her suffering were lorne with aweet chnatinn, tortitltat, aav- iug joined the MethodUt church at the age of 12 years, hhe'lived the life of an earnest consistent child 01 God and death had no terrors for her. Alth...

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. — 2 August 1901

4 MAkSHALL REPUBLICAN. Later Tata the lathes Oirl. Cbloc Caroalele. Tbe hMmi girl who takes evening ride la Um suburban trolley Hues la not ao far advaaeed as the later de vetopmsat Ilia g M with the rolled-up sleeves. 8eeh terrllo heat at we hare bora experiencing lately Is calculated to breed rebellion against any mode Interfering with comfort, and one out - come Is that the Independent women are occasionally to be soen In lunch rooms with their sleeves rolled up above the elbow. Tbe fashion or fad In, of course, most popular among those fortunate enough to possess plump arms. Even a shopper was I seen with bare arm, and she explained to a scandalized friend that ber cuffs fitted so closely about her wrists that not a particle of air could get In to cool her arms, and that It didn't make any difference to her whether people liked It or not, she wasn't going to roast for anyone Another Independ ent young woman started to Uuffalo recently with the nock of her shirt waist turned In a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 LOCAL IN MICF. Paata valjextrorilaary'at lfaw- leeVHouxBrW,' ' ' r W. P. Dulaaey, of Sitter, wm la this city Monday. J. W. Sparks spent Wednesday Bad Thurada) la K ansae City. Hmk moaay to laaia at i par ml. Lac P. Vtuev. Mm. J. J. Klrfcaalrlek left Monday for a VUU to frleaaa la Armatrong, Clothe cleaning U aa art, and New Ire the artlat, at Houi Broe. 15 Sw Mlsa Dean RoberUoa. local report er for the lades, I taking her vaca tion. Mlsi Georgia Montague returned Sunday from a visit to St. LouU relatives. A new and complete line of piece goon hi eslect from at Newlee'r, IIoux Uroft. ' 2ft-2w u c Lumber Co. Malta Law Pricaa. Mr. T. W. Lacy, of Odell avenue, ha been quite sick thla week with malarial fever. I. Grecian haa returned to Natoma, Kannan, after a vlalt to hit son, O. E. Grecian, In thla city. Mlaeee Alice Laatx aad Francea Speck returned Monday from a vUlt to Shackelford frleadt. Mra. D. L. Cooper and children re turned Thursday from a month' vUlt to ...

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. — 2 August 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INIMEF. New Tailor Newlee. 2S-2w C. H. Goodwin spent Sunday In the city. t Dr. T. B. Hall, of Naplon, was here Saturday. E. W. Dawea apent Saturday In Kama City. Richard Keith, of Herndon, waa In town Saturday. Minor Cooper made a bualneas trip to Paris thin week. Mlm Edna Hrlghtwcll vlalted Kan aas City thla week. W. D. Ament made a business trip to Slater Saturday. T. W. tlunter left Saturday after noon for Oklahoma. Miss Madlo Montague la visiting friend at Sweet Springs. IStSftRTLAND CEMENT. U Crowe Lwhcr Co. I.. F. Ijpyhe returned recently from a business trip to Mexico. Mill K. Chappcll, of Kansas City, vlalted in UiIm city recently. Mia Margaret Schupp vlalted rela Uvea In May view thla week. Homo money to loan at A percent. iVlm Lkk 1. Vilky. My work of all klnda I guarantee absolutely. Newloe.Houx Rro.('.V-'.t D. D. Stockman and wife, of BIosh cr, were In our town Saturday. Mlaa Beltle Clark la sojourning at Ulue Lick Sprlnga for her health. Mla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Aim i-oiwtw m EHHHMMMiliHB AMU TBKMtTONY MMVONO. WHAT'S .IN A NAME? Omrn't Pint to hk'$ math.)- ! the daVS Of 'wild ml mnfm I. k Wast, Utn Amos shawls wnro usod as cur rraey. v buy wore as stablo nt gold tbslr price dH not vsry a oeot in twtiat v yan. 'Ihn Terr nntnn of Ollmur A inn fa a yuocrm for honsrty. It vuscurrsatsU On the tamo principle Dram's Parow TUMet is tits mnlroraj standard eaterasl remedy. To my it is a 'good" plaster does aoideeeribo Hit Dubai ymibU piuUr. For story dU-ttso In'whleh on external res edy is avtUUMo, V jason's llastsr to Hasd tllllMt da a innltflr nf mnru ttsnsoa's PL-utar qnlckly rsMsvss and -w- wwro u.uor raoam 01 ireuiauM an either oxipen.tliifl5y slow or liavo a t Rood efset whatever. Coughs, ocKK luiatsuto, kldasy troaulo, rhsurautUra, larno back, etc., ore tt ones btnolital ami s ran eared. Osatieeja, tkisajthonlng ami lMledeaae atastersaaveaoae of the enntlra virtase at ltaiiana'a 'Ham than R OM nhtMl..U.t aad drajglsie. t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

8 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE GREAT MEETINGS CLOSE. A for Fivt WaaaV SsrrieM at the Teat tat Maettafs Clow witk 10 AtftioM to (he Dr. Wharton closed on Sunday evening one of the most successful religious revival! in the history of Marshall. Although the meeting had been going on for five weeks, amid the drouth and most intense heat, the crowds never diminished nor the interest abated. The esti muted attendance at the closing was over three thousand, in and about the tent, the people coming from all parts o( the county. Up to Sunday morning there had been 180 addi tions to the churches and many hundreds of conversons. It was a meeting that will long be remem bered and much good has been ac complished. SUNDAY MOKNINO. At the morning services Sunday the text was taken from the Fifty first Psalm, 11-13: "Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation, and uphold me with Thy free spirit." "The text embodies three things, Prayer, Promise and Prophecy," said Dr. Wharton. "There is not h ing in the ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 August 1901

MARSHALL MEFUbLICAN. 9 OHM tabs SI per Nzn AND UP. Oar KfuUr$4M CaMattr. Hedvrcd to (MM for short tlM. OOtH CENTURY GALLERY, itxrr PtolekurM Htorr, M. W. Cor. Mquara. Pacific Railway ,..THB.. (IHHM Sltft M VIA' PUEBLO. Direct to GLKNWOOI) SPRINGS, MANITOU SPRINGS ANH AM.TMK mm Hearts at RtcUes NWLE IMLY SERVICE. HKK NKAKKNT AOKNT KOIt HUtTHKIt INKOIIMATION. H.U.TOWNHKNI). . U. P. iiihI T. A., HI. IKll. M. Some Reasons Wfcll tA M HawfU Ineoualeil by nnv other. lemlcnt luutt leather Mft. f ajwcially prepared, ecpa out wntcr. , Heavy uouicu ou. IlARNItt t n excellent preservative, educes coat of you' liarncim. ever Itunu the leather ; iu ftlclency U increuctl. ecure (tent service, titchea kept frmn hrrakini;. I aoMin all .ocalitica Mknnlbriurxt hr Evtrf Wtwai SSS torn TtalM..lrTru mm M I AH. MtailMBiuviaBl Hawth. mm Otis Mike Keaaart. Otis Milton Keehart, son of John Keehart, living 3 miles northeast ot tblsdty,,died Friday, July a6th, toot, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the age of ...

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