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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 September 1901

10 MARSHALL KthUbLlCAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. P. H. Rea bu returned from Excel lor Springs. R. M. Reynolds ws In Springfield on business thin week. J. J. Whceldon, of Malta Bend, was In town this week. Attorney Dunlap, of Miami, I here attend In county court. J. I'. Site, of Arrow Hock, l the guet of Marshall relative. Mm. A. I., .lurdcn arrived Thnrs day from a visit to Louisville, Ky., and St. Louis. Ml K-roa Reynolds ha returned from the Knight Templar Conclave In Louisville, Ky. WHITE PINE SHINGLES, La Crane Lumber Co. .1. I. Woodbrldge, wife and daugh ter, Mlsacs Vlrgle and Louise, left thU week for Colorado. Mr. K.. .1. Hruce, who has been quite III, wa feeling lietter Thursday morning, with lea fever. J nine Wheeler, of Herndon, left Thursday for lioonvllle, where lie will attend the Kemper School. Mr. J. S. Wheeler and daughter, Willie, of Herndon, are visiting rela tive In Excelsior Spring. Mint I ten a Smith, who ha been the guest of Ml Dora Leonard, ha re turned to her home In ...

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. — 6 September 1901

MAKM1ALL KtfUULICAM. II local in 'mirrv Fox Balk-1 A piano stool. Inquire at this office. 24-tf Col. Jea. W. Sparks U In Minneso ta, on business. Con. P. Storts and wife,, of Slater, were In the city Monday. Frank Miller, of Kansas City, spent Sunday with Marshall relative. Thomas Klncald, of St. Louis, spent Saturday and Sunday In Marshall. Home money to loan at 5 percent. 36-1 m Lkk P. Vh.ky. Joe Mulllns and lien Cooper, of near Miami, were In Marshall Monday. U C Lumber Co. Never Pall to Ploaat. It. M. Dunn, of Kansas City, was the guest of Marshall relatives Hun day. Susie Newton entertained the young ladles missionary society Friday evening. Mrs. Alice Grave has gone to Kan nmn City, which will bo her home In the future. , Mrs. Sanford and slitter, Miss Lock hart, have returned from an extended western trip. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Miller, of Ar row Rock, were the gueuls of friends here this week. Misses (Sula Mann and I lei I Powell, of Slater, are the guests of Mrs. Buck on Odell ...

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. — 6 September 1901

12 MARSHALL KfcPUbLlCAN. State Fair Not. The Misaonri Pacific and M. K. & T. railroads wilt charge a fare of ten cents for one way and fifteen cents for the round trip to the state lair grounds. The Katy'a tine card is completed, the train leaving Ohio and Osage streets at the fol lowing hours: First train, 8:45 a. tn.; second, 9:25 a. m.; third, 10:05 a. tn.; fourth, 10.45 a. tn.; fifth, 11:50 a. m ; sixth, 12:15 P m,5 seventh, 1 p.m.; eighth, 1:45 p. ni. ; ninth, 2:20 p.m., tenth, 5:15 p. nt.; eleventh, 4:40 p. tn.; twelfth, 5:25 p. nt.; thirteenth, 6:10 p. m. Stops will be made at Third street depot, Broadway and Sixteenth street, there being about five min utes between each, and the last train will leave the fair grounds for the city at 6:30 p. m. Messrs. Williams and Overstreet will have their enting house ready by Friday at the latest. The main hall will le eighty feet long and will have two rows of tables down the center. A separate hall is be iug provided for colored fol...

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. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 13. 1901. NO. 52. PRESIDENT MIONLBYS RECOVERY. Danger Point Has Baa Paa d Phyaklaaa Df cUrt Tame Wan Be No CrusW-Nn FnruW Attest WHI Be Mailt to Reanove iIm Bullet Unless It Cmmm Troufck Every Symptom So Far Km Baca FaYoraMe. President McKinley, who wan Mint twice by an f.narchist at the Pan-American Exposition kt Buffalo, last Friday nflcrnonn, hm been gntdually improving since Sunday, when the most critical time was paused. He suffers no pain; he id' composted and comfortable; the bodily functions are reported abnormal and not a (tingle unfavorable symptom ban devel oped. The physicians nay that there is now no danger of blood poison. The next danger ia that of peritonitis. Of that the danger can not be said to be passed before from five tn seven days But thusr the president hat not developed any symptom of peritonitis and the symptoms indicate a r-peedy recovery. GARFIRLD CASK NOT A PARALLEL ON. People n...

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. — 13 September 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Poitomoe la Marshall, Mo., as eecoadalas matter. TERMS, tl.00 PEH YEAR IN ADVANCE. J, H. HUNTER, Cter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, SKPTKMBKR 13, 19l. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orar lluntvr.) OSk over Hank of Malta MARSHALL, MISSOURI. WM, MTONLEY PRESIDENT M'KINLEY The nation mourns in double grief. Friday list William McKinley fell by the band of an UMMiri. A long period of years ia public life, prominent beyond the average of public men, made him known and his name and chari ties lamiliar in every household in the land and beyond to the remotest sphere of human activity. A man of unblemished reputation, of high character, of well founded christian integrity, of genial disposition of social and personal magnetism, he has endeared himself as a man to his countrymen, and for these many traits of excellence and because his big heart has always been open to his fellows in pure unselfish fidelity, he ha gained the well deserved prai...

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. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LKTURB GOURM. Uader the Aiajglyja; of e 'M. B- Ll We herewith ake,our debut jo the lecture itW'tn Marshall. The Methodist Episcopal church has provided a course for the coming season that will compsre favorably with any aad be interesting to all. OSJKCT. We feel assured by the many kind words and deeds of the peo ple of Marshall and vicinity that they appreciate the effort and the success of our people in building a church of which they as well as we are righteouMy proud. But are slill in debt. This piven the way for a direct ststement'of the object. It is two-fold: To raise money for the dtbt, and do so by providing that sort of entertain ment and instruction that both en nobles and entertains. COU1SK. The course' announced below speaks for itself. Some of these men have lectured from ocean to ocean under the management ot different lyceum bureaus. Most of them are well'knowu in Marshall Dr. William A. Quayle, of Kan aas City, will open the course with bis lect...

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. — 13 September 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ImaorUat Br to el MtKkky'tUfa. Bora Jan. '29, 1843, la Nlles, O. Received his first education in the public schools of Niles. In i860 entered Allegheny college, Meadville, Pa. Enlisted as a private June 11, 1861, in company K of the twenty third Ohio volunteer infantry. Par tlcipated in all early campaigns of western Virginia. Received first promotion, commissary sergeant, April 16, 1862. Was promoted to lieutenancy at Antietam for gallant service while at Camp Plat. July 35, 1864, at the age of 21, McKinley was promoted 16 the rank of Captain. At Berryville, Sept. 3, 1864, Cant. McKinley' horse was shot from under hint. After service on Gen. Crook's staff nnd that of Gen. Hancock, McKinley was assigned as acting assistant adjutant general on the staff of Gen. Samuel S. Carroll, commanding the veteran reserve corps at Washington, where he re mained' through that exciting pe riod which included the surrender of Lee at Appomattox and the as sassination of Lincol...

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. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Mr" .k vi Dyke & Co. tal Est, Alstricts, Lms ni its ace. Wood & HUSTON BANK. Marsh am. - Missouri Capital $100,000. Surplus $100,000. Geo. A. Murrcll, President, . J. P. Huston, J. C. Umkia Cashier. Awt. Cashier BANK OF MARSHALL CAPITAL, $50,000 00 . MfeKHIIALL, MlMOURI, Southwest Corner Square.' DIRECTORS : J amen Martin, . Alex Denny, Geo. II. Althoute, W. II. Allison, James Denny. A GENERAL RANKING RU8INES8 TRANSACTED. H. O. Al.lRN ORO. N. ORRAR ALLEN & ORRAR, IHSIHIAHCEy REAL ESTATE,' Lift MEW AH TITLE AKTMCTEtS." MARSHALL. MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? Htnit In your name mid nddrr-M mid gt our Catalogues of nil kinds of Mn!hatidlse at vrleus defying computlllou. Vully llluilrat. wl catalogue sout on receipt ot IQu for post ag.-"' KAHN.ORKK HKHOKR. T 10 Hnrborn 8t.,0liloogo. Ill, stalogu mailed during July. 1 Ml J This tigMtar Is oa torybox of ,ta nattlas LDiauve bromoHwMe Tawta Um strasdy Ik at mim a mm la MS stay MiM Carrie A IraoM' '?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 September 1901

6 MARSHALL KfcPUbLlCAN. 9 ISEEN TO HAVE THE (All ON MM TOE f ALL 3 m m m 9 9 If you will glance at their Stock you will see there is a reason for it. Style and Make-ap in a Suit is a very important factor. The young men have found out that our Clothing has that individuality and distinctive ness in appearance not found in other lines. Then we are in position to sell them for even LESS MONEY than others ask for the com mon place kinds. BeHt Cloth ing, Best Shoes. Everything Best is our motto. a; a: a: a: a: a: fall hats now ready. ft 111 9 9 TWO MARSHALL and Centralia. CTHDT7C LOCAL INIRIEF. J. R. Sllfer U visiting hit father In Chllllcolhe. D. A. Hancock, of Blackburn, wan here this week. R. P. 8peooer and wife returned Monday from Fayette. MUi Mary Dysart spent Sunday and Monday In Slater. Mr. Edgar Dawes, of Kansas City, Is visiting relatives here. Miss Willie Merrell Is the guest of Miss Virginia Young. MUs Georgia Brunaugh has returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mrs. Annie Wrigh...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 LOCAL Ik MIEP. MlM AMM iMMrkM I her paeMna at atrHMrt? after a brief rest. , , t Loa Thorps haeSrsUraea to tt. Louie, slier a villi to frleade la this cHjr. aad MHrKter, Llltle, WMttO fair. Meeday lo attead Um MIm Laarp Jaatsea toft Saturday to take charge of her eehool near Cretcber. Mrs. Mike Maloaey, ef Creteaer, la reported qalle III, with Hula hope of recover jr. iMSdfi PORTLAND CEMENT, Ui Cratfw LJaabtr Cav Mlmi Elisabeth and May Sutherlln of Salt Sprlnga, spent Sunday with friend here. Mls Bessie Oldham spent Saturday night aod Sunday at Mount Leonard vliltleir friend. Hugh Davl returned to hie home In Fayette Moaday, after a visit to R. T. KoobU aad faailly bare. i La Ci Luaaaar Ca Mn. E. .1. liruoe, who haa rlnusly III with la grippe, la, we are glad to eay, sobm better. J.'H.Tatraan haa returned to hi home In Unlonville, after a vlelt with hie brother, llert Tatiaaa. Mine Lottie Wroaker haa, gone to Columbia, wbare aba will. attead the State UalvereU...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 September 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN; Harnessm Im i1f m taaa as a) cumuli I Hmmii 91: W SfilmSIni S B MM now. Mw'a rtallr MWi4 M wilt H mm ias imuif, fas PaM STSfjrw.tfS V lAlitTI Beamted rotators. Popular Hclence Monthly. It U In California, where poUloea ro new anywhere from April to July, that thlt Industry la possible and flour ishes. The manufacturing gardener In an enterprising genius of foreign extraction, generally Portuguese, Ital ian or Chinaman, and he makes the most of his opportunities. By his pri vate process of making new potatoes he gets at least two months' advance on the market In many places, and thereby reapsaharvestand profit many tiroes above what the legitimate nat ural product would bring him. The extent of this business must be some what gigantic, for I have seen these new-made potatoes In all the marlieta from Denver to Albuquerque, and Salt Lake to Cape Nome. The commission merchants and wholesale dealers must certainly know of and abet the fraud or the gardener could no...

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. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL kWUMttiAN.1 9 . ShwtTalks on 1 BUBMft 10081 j aaWaBMBIBBMi J BBV iWM a. a. tMV! "Pa, I sat pay amy MmMoi to advsrUiomsBts ; thoy mw tall tho tpstaV Now aft jtliraat j. peepla do nri advatttooMoaU as th'belUve theaa, Mvtarttosra an bssamlag mi Mrafal aa4 Mora e-ploiiaiyntruthal, every day. I fcaow a If of aderfcWsag aajbam who alto owa a medicated neap., , laaidt "tokroaMyenaaawiBMifal tadmj,aa4 4o you take the oar you aay yoa alaaMaiatkr OfoMHMt to a goal thtag. Wo havo aoa too aiash.of adver tisJagtobefeoto enough to spsad aymsypuahlag a poor article." Moat all advertisers uadersUad this bows. days, aad tkat to why admtUtag pay bettor taaaltaaodto. Tho Mat alaoo to pat aa advorttoaawat to ia w MataaaaglMKsaa taa paper that oajoya taa oaatdoaaa of the eommsaltr. I bollavo that taa ataadlagef tMaaptriaaoeUMadvrttooawaUkaarrica There teaaother thought which aovar oosurrsd ta mm. (but. whteh waa coaveyod la a remark reaiaUyi BMda to am ay Mr.' M. M. OiUaas, tao advartiaiag.aMa...

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. — 13 September 1901

10 MAkSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tha lea mi tha Or.. from the St. Umli Mirror. The life of the crltlo Is the West la hard indeed. Take the out of Mr. William A. Plxley, the crltlo of m Omaha paper. Plxley waa visiting a pony aad dog ahow. He topped fa frost of a babooe, which waa tied la the dressing teat The animal sudden ly apraag upon bin and bit him v eral time before the attendant could releaee Plxley. We are told la the dlapatchee that "Jim Roblaaon," the baboon, la a powerful animal, aad heretofore haa been rather peaceable. But he seemed to be Infuriated by the presence of Plxley, and would un doubtedly have torn him to abreds If help had not arrived. Who would have thought that the hatred of crlttca existed so far back In the race? The evolutionists will And la this Incident another proof of our descent, or as ceut, from tho ac. But what a reflec tion It Is upon our progress that our ancestors cannot distinguish a critic at sight, as this baboon evidently could! Thla baboon.had neve...

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. — 13 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II it For Sate; rAtmlnBter Carpet, jlpWilton Velvet Carpets, Ail'IfotiiettC' Carpets, Tapestry Brttseells tt All-wool Ingrain Cotton Chain " tl tt All Cotton Ingrain WT P from ou aayA display of Patterns and plenty. of each -pattern; tide wall border and ceiling to ; match. .ffr X Ftr Am Witf a complete line of the Best i vi vat it tin Axminster Ruga in carpet sizes, 9 lyct Di'liVil A complete line of Fillers, Wax JHl mill Til and Weighted Wood Floors. very highest 4'lity in its respective class. All 5: tihw fall riHalcrnn tiMrfW.tlv nlMan anrl In tin viv V ------ "' "O ' j..--. if.m.fMul COLLINS WALL PAPER CO,, 1 North SUcSuarc. fl 1? Rd d 1! dd LOCAL IN BRIEF. J. G. Goodwin wu hero from Alms tbli week. ' Aubrey Neff, of Csmbrldge, was jbre thl week. $ W. A. Vawter and wife have return from Kentucky. 'P. M. Wilson, of Grand Pain, was la the city this week. Oecar Page ha accepted a potltlncr with Roee A Buckner. Mr. Frank Ayera ha returned from a two-weska' vhll...

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. — 13 September 1901

ta-Aatt aftafeM aftLaal aAafe-aAai OkAk4k.ttjifetfktt aftafesal AMLML safe al .tftafeafe. MaVaAM. flatiL aaaaVtafcak atUaaai MMfeaatafe. tblMl aaataVMHU aaatLtaftil. AtMM. GtLiLMtolLM fWE ARE BACK FROM NEW YORK I AND ARE LOADED WITH GOODS! 1c i 8 8 3 8 8 8 8 8 n n mm 8 8 8 n n n t 8 8 4 8 fit n 8 8 8 tit 8 8 8 They are mostly all in NOW and READY FOR YOU. We can't enumerate. Tp name prices on ALL we have would take the whole of a St. Louis paper. Besides we haven't the time to write it out. But we can truthfully Say that the good we have and tKe prices we are selling them at, ' YOU HAVE NOT SEEN FOR TWENTY YEARS r Short crops, and merchants to throw back on the manufacturers a great many goods. These goods are tt now for sale, to cash buyers, at prices that enable us to sell lots of them at what we would have had to pay for them had there been good crops all around. We spent three weeks 5 amongst the factories and jobbers in New York, and we don't think that our 4,cash down" buying ...

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. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 20. 1901. NO. 93. IN HONOR OF M'KINLEY. Citizen Meet to Pay Homage to Nation's Mar" tyred Chief AHraana hy Frooauaent Clt' iseae-Favorite Hyana of Ike Ttttl' deal Suag Service Held at the Opera House. """" The dtizeusof Marshall and vicinity assent bled at the opera house Thursday morning at io o'clock to pay tribute to the great mid good President whow death has smitten the nation with bitter grief. FROGRAMMK. Rev. J. W. Howell, Prodding. Music Marshall Concert Rand. Prayer Rev. A. M- It hr. Hymn "Nearer My God to Thee," Con gregation. Addrexs "As a Husband," Rev. J. W. Ilowill. Song College Glee Club. Address "Ai ' Cbristlin," Dr. W. H. fiiftck Music-Arlel Quartette. : ' v v " Address "Aa Constitutional Ruler," Judge Samuel Davit. Song "Thy Will Be Done." Adddress "As a Soldier," Dr. M. T. Chas-tain. s Sons "It la Wei ." Address "Ah a President," Hon. James t'ooney. Benediction Rev C. E. Thomas. Music Marsha...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Poitoffloe In Marshall, Mo., as eoond-olasa matter. TERMS: 11.00 PEIt YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Ctfter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, SKPTKMBKR 30, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orrnr Itunlrr.) OMe over flunk of Hallne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. WILLIAM M'KINLEY. A brave and noble man is dead in bis duty. Solemnly, without passion, the people whom he knew and served so faithfully will honor his memory by carrying out the great purposes of his administration. It is but natural even in the moment that gives the tragic crown to his career of productive statesmanship, to think first of McKinley as a man. He repre sented the true American, in his rise from low estate, in his ndaptibility to circumstances, his thorough and steady power of growth. In 1875, when the state of Ohio was ringing with the campaign between Hays and Allen, 'some thing was heard of the ability of a youug lawyer named McKinley and the following year he was elect...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 MR. KOOSGVBLTS POUCY. AaOutluMof t New FrwUemt'a Plat m Gtrea out 1a lufalo. President Roosevelt has outlined in some detail the policy lie will follow during hit incumbency of office. It will be remembered that when be took the oath of office he stated with much definiteness. "It shall be my aim to continue abso lutely unbroken the policy of Pres ident McKinley for the peace (nud lie emph.iMir.ed that word), pros , perity and honor of the country." Yesterday the President gather ed together Home personal friends in Buffalo and those members of the cabinet who were here Ht'd gave to them such ideas as he had al ready formulated for the conduct of public affairs and his own poli cy. In no sense are they divergent from what has been understood as Mr. Mi'Kintey's policy. This pol icy, an outlined to his friends at yesterday's conference, will be for a more liberal and extensive recip rocily in the purchase and sale ol commodities, to that the overpro duction of t...

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. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Presiceat IscIhoa's Bacasc- The shooting of President Mc Kinlcy has recalled an incident in the life of Andrew Jackson which historians have not recorded. An attempt was made on the life of President Jackson on January 30, 1835, by an English honse painter named Lowience. President Jack son on that day had gone to the House of Representatives to parti cipalein funeral services held in honor of a deceased Representative from South Carolina. After the customary solemnities a procession was formed to escort the body to the place nf interment President Jackson wnlked near the head of the procession in company with Mr. Woodbury and Mr. Dick crson. The head of the conclave hnd just crossed the Capitol ro tundn and wan aliout to emerKe upon the portico when Lawrence stepped from the crowd and when within a distance of eight feet from the President presented a pistol at Jackson's breast and pulled the trigger. The cap exploded, hut for some reason the powder failed to i...

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. — 20 September 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 6 VMpA t M fsun, AWrU Ink W"HrM nv Wat ink stat WOOD HUSTON BANK. ' Mamiiali. - MISSOURI Capital Surplus $100,000. (100,000. Geo. A. Mnr-ell, President, J. P. Huston, J. C. Lamkia, Cashier. Asst. CHshier BANK OF MARSHALL CAPITAL, fso.ooooo MWHALL, -.Mimoum, 8outliwet Coraer Square. DIRECTORS : James Mania, Alex Drany, Ueo. H. Altbouae, W. H. Alllaon, Jamea Denny. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. H. O. AUW ORO. N. ORRAR ALLEN fc ORRAR, INSNAKE, KM. ESTATE, UAI AKIT5 AN TITLE AiSTftACTEIS. MARSHALL,. MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SJVE MONEY ? Hond In your 11 nine nml iwUIivh hiiiI g-t our CntiilKiii' of nil kliuU of Mt-rclntmllw at prlivii oVrylnu competition, fully llluitrat vtl rntnlouuu unit 011 receipt or lOu for pout HK. KAHN.UKKKN A IIKKOKK, 17 to Ml mnrliorii Ht.,ClilciiK. III. ASfCiiliiloxiif mnllisl during July. TkU tlotura 1 oarryJ box ot Um gaaulM laxative tfraMOuMse thuu Um iiorty that 1 WeMtag im High Lae- The wedding of Miss Edith Buck ner Smith, dau...

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