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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Postofloa In Marshall, Mo., as aeoorsa-claaa sutler. TERM St W.OO.PKH YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. N. HUNTM, Ulter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, AUGUST 30, I90I. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orrnr A Hunter.) Offlcfovrr Bunk of Hslln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. THE INFANT INDUSTRY. One of the primary objects to be attained by the McKinlcy tariff was the establishment of the tin-plate industry in this country. Until the enactment of this law the manufacture of tin plate; in the United States was considered unprofitable, and all tin plntc used by this country wa-t imported. When Mr. Bryan made his first campaign in 1890, for a seat in congress, he declared that the duty on tin plate was one of the vilest robberies ever per pctrated upon this country. In a speech made by him in the house during the discussion of the Wilson tariff bill, the same asser tion was repeated, and he stated at that time that nobody would live long enough to sec any great amoun...

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. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. art QImm with a cheap coating. If glaxinf helps coffee why aren't the high priced Mochas and lavas glased also? Liti OtffH is mot glased. It is per- Mctiy pure and nas a deUei s flavor. LECTURE COURSE Under the Ausaicss of the Church. M. E We herewith make our dehnt in the lecture field in Marshall. The Methodist Episcopal Church ban provided a course for the coming season that will compare favorably with any and lie interesting to all. ORJKCT. Wc fed fissured by the many kind words aim deeds of the people of Marshall and vicinity that they appreciate the effort and theMtrces of our ptople in building a church ol which they as well as wc are righteously proud. Bui we are still in debt. This paves the way for a direct statement ol the object. It Is two-foWl: To raise money for the debt, and do so by providing that sort of entertainment and instrttc tiou that both ennobles and entei tains. COURSK. The course as announced below speaks for itself. Some of these men ...

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. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. iufmVi of iTcot ' T3s Eureka SML Harness CHlA netaal 1 nth httmm tad MM lS MMMt MR ut MbMv, pM It In cm- ML mil. . MoatoMM-wlMlMfS& U M It ortlmrllr wo14. aS. Horse HMr Chmncct JtmP LiggetTa Automobile. Mlnicr Kullr. There was more "rubber-neck ing" in and around Slater tail Sunday tlian usual. Liggett's automobile was the whole show in town that oay. He began the performance early in the morning on Broadway, tak ing hold of the horseless vehicle and managing it like an old hand at the business. Later in the day be made a circuit of the town and wherever he went the inhabitants looked and wondered. Judge Winning, of Marshall, heard of its arrival and came down to help break it in Ah he rode down Main street with kerchief and hat wildly waving, there was the usual applause that greets the Judge in the climax of an oratorical effort at the close of his campaign speech Most of the horses about town refused to lw much frightened by their rival. Pete Norm' young ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 mi i Through Service CTWICN - ST. LO U I S, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY , , A THt i MrtNciMt ernes or TEXAS. All mil RECLINING KATY CHAIR CUBS DINING STATIONS OKRATKD BY THE COMPANY. UKRIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. fuiiiiiMBflf iImImwB ot -o mmmncmW TO AMU TMMMITUMV HHYUNU. II Yn Wilt i (tap Him in Southwest Missouri, Northwctt Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas or Louisiana, WKITK Will A COPY OK "CUKKKNT EVENTS," 1'IM1I.1HIIKIHVTIIK Kansas City Southern Ry, M,(). WAKNKU, t. I'.AT, A., K.O., Ha, For 8am: A piano stool, luquir st this office. H-tt amd roiim ik Taousaai am Hour. Macon Cltlun. Through his attorneys, Dyart& Mitchell, Ed Brammer ha filed utt in I he circuit court for $10,000 Humane agaftiitt Oscar L. Mott, a prntninent citizen of Callao. This will be a lively case, no doubt. Brammer sets forth in hi petition that he wan arrested July 3 on Mott's complaint on a charge of Mealing a gold watch and chain and $ao in money. He was thrown in jail for tight hours a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

6 MARSHALL KfcPObLICAN. LOCAL IN 1WIEF. ' A. B.' Hoy h (a Arrow Rock, Tues day. Wall Paper lo, doable roll, at Han son's. It Mrs. Wo. Parrlsa left Tuesday for Gillian. Mabel Errls U the guest of relative! In Ridge Prairie. J. W. William, of Kansas City, wae here Wedaesday. Miss Pattle Norvell, of Gilliam, re turned home Tuesday. Horn, to Mr. and Mr. Will Schants Friday, August 23, aeon. Dr. J. E. Ragsdale has returned from a visit In Oklahoma. Acme Puvtter, La Craeee Lumber Co. August Klsuer, of Sweet Springs, was In the olty Wednesday. Miss Ida Howies Is visiting Miss Wllllo Wheeler, of ITorndon. 'Mrs. A. Leonard was the guest of Rnonvllle relatives this week. Miss NollleOrear Is visiting rela tive InOrcarvlllo and Slater. Three thouind pounds of new goodo arrived this week at Hanson's. It George Scarlet has returned from a visit to friends la Breckenrldge. J. W. Rose has returned from a vis It In the eastern part of the state. New Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums and Window Shades ...

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. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 UTfft. August , 1801 o lit tram on time, ' Mlii Jessie Greea I the rum! of SlsUr friends this week. Mil Bell Powell I taking a short rest lit Kxeelslor Springs. Mrs. Liggett, of Mound City, Is her this week to organise another music class. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. U. 8. Smith and nephew, Draper AU lea, with us again. Mrs. Frank Hughes returned to her home In Llhertjr after a few weeks visit with her mother here. Mrs. M. Followed, of Louisiana, Mo., Is the guest of Mrs. W. II. Walsh and other friends this week. Mrs. E. O. Wheeler and Mrs. W. V. Roger and children are camping at Sulphur Springs this week. Misses Louhe Vaughn and Ellxa beta Caldwell drove to Lynnwood Tuesday to call upon Mis lloaia Fleet. Mrs. Tom Haynle will give a party soon In honor of her little niece, Dean Liggett, who Is visiting here from Flor cace, Colo, Miss Louise Field gave her many little friends a hay ride to her home west of HI atrr Thu rsd ay e ven I ng, where she afterward...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. As Adreatara with a Bill Mooes. One day when Henry had gone on a solitary cruise, to look out a new trail somewhere, Albert, the cook, went with me canoeing. We floated quietly along, and presently I beard tho splashing of tome large animal walking slowly through the slush clooe to the shore. Watching an opening In the evergreen growth, I sew the ah ape of a large bull moose, with his new antlere already grown a foot or more. I aaw he would oome out at tho head of a little bogan not far away. We paddled as far aa poaalble to tho nearest point, and, jumping on the ice, I went ashore with tho ever present camera. In front of me waa a little hillock covered with scattering spruces. Froji the top of this the ground fell to an open barren, but along the water's edge the growth was thick. The moose was not In sight, and I stood acouploof minutes, watch Ing for him to cross tho open ground In front, hoping to mako a picture. Tho snow on the land side of tho hil lock ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL f KEPUbLICAM. 9 ByChtrteAuaHnMei No man has reached the acme of business success. Heights that we do not dream of will be attained by twentieth century merchants I am one of those who believe that there is no limit to the possibilities of human achievement This is the frame of mind one sets into after looking at such stores as Wanamaker's la Philadelphia and New York, Siegel'Cooper.Co.'s in Chicago and New York, Macy'a and Bloomiagdale's is) New York, Taa Fair and Carson, Pirin, Scott le Coa ia Chicago. The vast scope of such en terprises, the magnllcent system, the quick, alert business wit that it takes to direct them these give one confidence in future successes. Fifty years ago such establishments were not dreamed of. What will the next fifty years bring forth ? These great stores owe their growth to advertising to the diffusion of store news, for of what use are the finest stores and the biggest bargains if people know nothing of them ? The science of advertising is in...

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. — 30 August 1901

10 MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INMIIF. Begglea, Buggies, at Matter Bob. 2Mb Theo. Mayer, U la New York ob buslaess. Dr. J. I Russell It visiting rela tlvM la Iowa. Martin LyoBS wu In Slater on bust wm Monday. Mrs. Julia Garnett Is the guest of Staler relative!. J. L. Wood bridge, Jr., hat returned from Kantat City. Gen. Richard C. Home, left Mon lay. for JeffersonC'lly. Lime, Plaster, Hair, ate, ' Li. Crate Lumbar Co Henderson and JoeOrear arc visit ing relatives lit Glasgow. T. H. Harvey returned Saturday from hit trip to Colorado. Miss Claudlo Pew, returned to her homo In Brunswick Monday. Wade Gllmore, of the country, was a visitor In the city Sunday. John W. Hose and ton, Percy, are spending the week In St. Louis. Rev. P. A. Taylor returned to hit home In Moldo, Florida, Sunday. Mrt. Miller, of Kantat City, wa the guest of Mitt Lee Naylor Sunday. Mitt Annie McCormlck, of Sulphur Spring, waa In shopping Saturday. La Ci Lumbar C. Never PaH to Pleaee. Mlttet L'lxxte and MlaaleYardem...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 11 LOCAL' INJIRIEF. New Carpet at Huron's. It Fire-sale prices still continue at Han son's. It All kinds of buggies at Mnbard A Sou's. 27-lre Home money to loan at 6 percent. aVlai Lhr P. Viusy. W.'T. atolaaey, of Gillian, was In theit.Tueede. Wl B. Steele aad wife, of Norton, weta-khe.eity Tuesday. B; V, Sterling, of Petti county, wan her oa business Tuesday. Mrs. 8.T. Hunter has returned from a visit to St. Louis friends. La C aaV Lumber Co. Attorney J. B. Sterrett, of Slater, wan here on business this week. .1. M. Morris anil wife, of Arrow Hock, were In tho city this week. Mine Ethel Mix, of flutter, Is visit In her slUr, Miss Mabel Mice. Wm, W. Trlirir. George T.Eddy and Holiert Duncan, all of lioonvllle, were In the city Tuesday. Robert Kwell has accepted a post lion with the McLnndon Dry Good Co. In Clebtmi, Texa. MUn Kula Land has returned to her home In Gllllara, afu-r a vUlt with her aunt, Miss Fannie True. , AQATtTB CEMENT PLASTER, lit Crtttg LMMktrCt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 August 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. INSTITUTE CLOSES. FImI Examination Wmt HcU Ftl day A Couafy mi TowtUp Ortialmloa Bffcded. The largest institute ever held in Saline county cloned with the ex amination of teachers Friday, Au gust 2$. At the close of the ses sion the following resolutions were adopted, with the request that they be published in the county papers and Missouri School Journal: KKSOLUTIONS. In behalf of the teachers of the Snline County Institute the com mittec on resolutions submit the following for consideration and adoption: Whereas, The Saline County In stitute has been, in our judgment, helpful, wholesome and didatic; therefore, be it Resolved, That we most heartily commend the untiring zeal, active energy and faithful, impartial la bors of County Superintendent J. S. M. Huff, and that we are in debted to Professors Barks, Sebring, Spencer, Martin, Smith of Colum bia, Smith of Fayette, Webb, Rob erts, Carpenter, Hitchborn, Vance of New York City, Berlin and Misses Whittaker, ...

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. — 6 September 1901

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL.X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, rilSSOURI, SEPTEMBER 6. 1901. n u? HN6. 51. MISSOURI GAME LAW. The revised Missouri game li pawed hy the Forty-first General Assembly made stricter provision! for the protection of game than any previous enactments of the legislature. Be low in a condensed statement of what the nimrod may kilt and when he may kill it: It in a misdemeanor to cntcl., take or kill coon, mink, otter, beaver or muskrat between April i and Nnvemlter i, though a property owner may protect hi premises from their depredations at ati time nr in any way. No person mny hunt within the inclosurcof another without the consent of the owner or the person in charge. Any perron who catches, kills or injures a wild California valley or mountain quail or pjlririge. or any variety of "Messena" or "Montezuma." or at any time or season dis turbs their nets. or takes therefrom any egg or eggs of any of these wild birds, for the space of five ye:irs from the passage of...

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. — 6 September 1901

2 MARSHALL KtPUbLlCAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Postoffloe In Marshall, Mo., at econd-clasa matter. TERM 8: $1.00 HER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, CaNter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, SKPTKMBKR 6, IQOI. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orr A Hunter.) Offlc over llnk of Knllne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Vice-President Roosevelt "preached the lay sermon" at the Hull home in Chicago a few days since. Teddy always preaches the gos pel truth. President Hiveraeyer, of the great Sugar Trust, says: "What we want above all things is free raw sugar, and we are going to get it." And Democracy is the enemy of trusts! The report of the last fiscal yenr shows that Porto Rico's purchases in this country amount ed to $6,861,917, or more tnan tnree times what she bought here before the Spanish war. Now we have the American Revised Bible. Those prolific revisers might find profit in re vising themselves, and forming acquaintance with the old Bible, which his furnished com fort to many a departing spirit. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

MARSHALL Ki-rUftLlCAIt. 5 A VWtto the P. M. I. A reporter for thin paper nude visit to the Feeble. Minded Insti tution recently and was well phas ed with the n'ppearance of thing. Everything seamed to be moving along with much system, and when it waa made known that we had considerable curiosity about life at the Colony, Mr. S. W. Armetitrout, the efficient steward, lout no time in presenting us to Mrs. Alice Gyles, the matron, who wos un tiring in her effort to 'ahow tin through the building And right here we wish to nay that the Board made a wise selection when they 'made Mr. Gylra matron of thin immenne establNhment, wiiere the duties of the mntton for the first two or three yearn will he especi ally hard and requires a woman phynically strong mid robust, who must walk miles a day, an she climbs up and down the stairs an she goes from attic to basement. Mrs. Gyles in an excellent house keeper and manages her household with much system. She isn womtm of courage, full of sympathy a...

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. — 6 September 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CORNERSTONE LAYING. IrofrmSre Ceremoaie at Ike New M. B. Church fcy Mooalig ht lllKRlnovllli' Advnm-i. The cornerstone for the new Methodist church in this city was laid Thursday night at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was impressive and twautiful, and was witnessed by a large gathering of people. After the laying of the corner-stone, in accordance with the rituals of the church. Dr. J. W. Howell, of Mar shall, delivered nn address appro priate to the occasion. His ad dress was a masterly effort and well received. The following articles were placed in a little tin box now resting in the corner-stone: One copy of the Holy Ulble. Ht, LouU Christian Advocate. Copy of Discipline. Hymn hook of M. 11 church, South. Mat of contributor to the building to date. (toll of church mctnbf rithlp. Itoll of olllulal board. Names of building contractor and architect. Hlllnivllle Advance. Lexington Intelligencer. .letTorxonlan. Itadire of International Kpworth Iobkiio Conference at To...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

MARSHALL KfcfUttLlCAN. 6 Through Service KTWEKN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AN THK ' PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WMKR MJFFH SLEEKM AIID FREE RECLINING KUTY CHAIR CARS DINING STATIONS OPKRATCD BY THC COMPANY UKMOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. AUATITB CEMENT PLASTER, U Crime Umber Co. ANI TSHHITOHV UKYONlfc hair Balsam. CImi '"d braiitll.r Hi. hair. Kntr rIU to Bf.uir. Or l'",,,l.Ti..,rHlT.i;JhililillmI tiir..ilu)ll)nnfl.t. TO ' rr.ws "rrn.t!'!it'-T,ili'L3m3MHmfl ANII ItllNTN IN Kl ZjAlBBm U fcaVBft , lUi '"' hUM. MAM Tit ItTnSaaffiAP rr MISSOURI GETS $36,IU7t. Pert of the Apfoflloflmcat of the SI 000,000 Acar ocriaferi fcy Cca grew for the National Guard Orfaniiation- A dispalrh from Washington says: Ttie secretary of war ap portioned the $1,000,000 nppropri- ted by Congress for the national Ktirird organizations of 'the different stales and territorlcMof the Union. The apport torment is bawd upon the representation in Congress which the states have, the npporti onment liclng about two tho...

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. — 6 September 1901

6 MARSHALL KfcPUttLICAN. LOCAL INBMEF. Mri. Julia Gernett it the guest of Slater friends. Mrs. Frank Ayers I visiting rela tives In Slater. Mist Blanche McNeeley ha returned from Colorado. Miss Ollle King In visiting frlendi In Warrensburg. II. Clay Taylor, of Elk Hill, wan In the city Tuesday. Miss Nettle Wood U the guest of frlendi In Slater. Acme Plaster, La Crosse Lumber C. Mm. J. W. Dlalr Is the guest of rel atlves In Columbia. Dr. J. L. Russell has returned from a visit to Macon City. William Watts, of St. Louis, Is the guest of friends In this ally. Mrs. K. O. Viz and children are vis iting relatives In lloonvllle. A. S. Van Anglcn and wife, of Malta nend, were In Marshall this week. Mrs. Caplcs Walker, of Armstrong, Is the guest of friends In this city. Mitchell Sydcnstrlcker.of New Frank fort, was hem on business this week. A. L. .1 union has returned from the Knights Templar Corn-lave In Louis vllle. Mrs. touts Snoddy and children, of loutha, Mo., are visiting relatives in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

MARSHALL KtPUbLICAN. 7 WILD M0ME8 Of Tig PI.ilH. A OattlssMa't tory rf Otm I Oafr tirsd. Kansas City HUr. "I hare known aBd ridden maoy a wild horse," said an old rancher at the Ceatropoll Hotel, "but I have never seen om which ever became .thoroughly tune. You could never truittheta. They wern't born to be errant and they never would eland It. Sometime you would think that yon had the wild spirit broken, but you would always be mistaken. There maud to be something In the eye of the wild horse that wae a give-away. They had more white In their eyes than the lame, plodding, lubmltalve animate that come from generations of gentle ancestors. "The wild horses had a way of look Ing out of the corners of their eyes with a look that showed there was a little wild demon still alive Inside. The best looking horse that I ever owned or rode was a wild horse. He was a stallion, the leader of a herd, and I tell you he was a beauty. He went by the name of Hilly. Hut, If he had been In a story, he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Striking lotUooMof 8elf-8crifice. Prom the New York World. Within a few days pant the new column, have reported the death of two men In Havana, who, with their own consent, were hitten hy mosqul toeo believed to bu Infected with yel low fever. Immediately following 'these new Item come another of kindred char aeter. Dr. Louis Knapp, of St. Louts ha hidden hi wife and four children a long, pollily a lat, farewell, to (To Into quarantine with Done Gong, a leprosy-stricken Chinaman, who may live ten or fifteen year longer. Dr. Knapp' purpose I to prove or disprove hi theory that leproy I curable and I not infection. Isolat ed with hi leprou patient from all hiimnn kind, he believe he will cure him nnd return himself to society un Infected and unharmed. At leat he piny he will add valuably to.tho medi cal profession's knowledge of the na ture of "the mysterious malady that date from earliest Hlblc time and no cure whereof except hy miracle have ever Iteen recorded...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

MARSHALL KtNJDLHJAN. 9 - .Short Talks on Adverti&ind He. I. One man succeed and another aaan fail and people woader how It fa appeal. It aeemi sometimes to people who don't think deeply that the weaker, duller maa Koea ahead, and that his more brilliant brother sticks la the rut at the bottom ! the hill. Slight difference la men leem to make all the wide difference between racceia and failure. ' In g amea of chance (?) the " bank " baa oaljr a alight percentage, but the bank alwaya win. Back of every result I a reason. Back of butine faeces are earaettnete, energy, persistence, concentration. Between theae and achievement I advertising. No man ever yet made a success of busi ness without advertising of eome sort. Maybe he didn't call it advertising, but it waa adver. Using jut the same. Advertising primarily consists in letting a lot of Q people know you are in existence and what excuse you may have for It. The nucleus of adver- tiling i a sign over the door. If nobody had ever ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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