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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tho Poslofflce In Marshal I, Mo., as second-class matter. TEIIM3: 11.00 PEK YEAH IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, OCTOIIKK 4, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orwtr A Hunter.) Ottlri-oviT Hunk of Knllm MARSHALL, - MISSOURI. M'KINLEY. Although lie sought no glory, it found him. Brave and gallant on the field of battle, he wns yet braver and more gallant in his home life. Detroit "Journal." He was a man in every sense of the word a normal man, a good man, a true man. His deeds are his monument; his life, his epitaph. Albany "Timts Union." President McKinley's life has ten filled with acts of kindness which will make un one of the brightest and most satisfactory pages of his busy life. Boston "Globe." Since the days of Washington no other President of the United States lived as cloe to the heart of the nation ns William McKin ley. The whole people of the United States gave him their esteem, their admiratio...

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. — 4 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 TO iJjl AND IKHNTM IN AM) TKMMITOMY IIKYONO. FkWI HAIR BALSAM 1011 braaUUt Hi. hair. jlale if ilaYa.ilhful Color. rm.nlT.nfTa-4 half lalun. Evtry Woman fthutit lLHuiMlrrful MARVf L Mrf Sry 71 MflWMIPJWft, IIMfft x. sassr xr-F A.I :r ( KtMNW J till ICI.. (! Il-J i ill iff. if ti t rinl ntMii frr lt .HJ 2 k CHICHI3TEH'r I.7IML.UIII U KK l UaHMluwui" ul iiiuk nun. 1 aki atdrr. Urruw HwrnwH MahMliaUaM Imti. Uaw f f r lr-t IHj U4 "lUNaf frr MlMn kt ft. inn! Hllb lMNHI lUaM.l4l. fMf I'fhd CltUhralrr VNnwIfnl t' ' WHAT'S IN A NAME? (ism's Plwtw Is Pali's Muter.) In thn itoys of 'wild e-it' money In ths West, thn Amen Snivels wiro nied iia cur. renry. Tiny wcru n i i.tablo r. t f ;ol.l ; thuir iirieu ill I ii 4 v y n cent l: twjnly yuirn. 'Inn very ur m of Oliver Atm-s A I'miii, was. nynotiym lor hoockty. It won current nil over tho world. On tho Hu no prlnt'lplo TK'nson'a Toroiu Planter h tl:j iiuivir il stiinLird external ro mi. To my it U n "j;.i xl" pliuitur dioa ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Tribute to Willie T. Prather. At the residence of Mr. Henne gcr, two mites north of Napton, Saline county, Mo., Tuesday, Sep tember 24, at 9:20 a. m., little Wil lie departed this life. He had been poorly for some time, but was im proving until Saturday, when lie probably ate too many praches, which caused a relapse of his for mer sickliest, supposed to be intes tinal" obstruction or lock of the bow els. F.verything seemingly possi ble was done by medical aid and by kind and loving friends to save him, but in vain. Willie thought he would get well and never gave up to die, nnd Iwre his suffering like a hero of old without n murmur. He was per fectly rational when death's ptr oxysm took his loving, sweet spirit . from his body. Dear Willie is now at ease and pence with our dear Savior. Willie was the youngest child and will be so sadly missed by his loving parents. Deceased leaves a father and mother, Dr. G. T. and Mrs. B. K. Prather; sisters. Miss limma A. P...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Van Dyke & Co. RtH ESlitt, AISuKlS, LOiPS Mi mm arm m wwt n ink k snm Wood & HUSTON HANK. Maksiiam. Missouri Capital Surplus flOO.OOO, $100,000. Cco. A. M'.ifcll, President, I'. Huston, Cashier. J. C. Lamkin, Asst. CHshicr BANK OF MARSHALL CAPITAL, $50,00000 MaHSHAI.I., Missouri. I SoiitliucHt Corner SUim DIRKCTOHS : .lames Mnrtln, Ceo. II. W. II. AIIIhoii. Alex Denny, AIUiouho, J times Denny. A (JKNKHAL HANKINO HUSINKSS THANH ACTKD. II. n. AI.I.KN C.KO. N. OKKAF ALLKN b OIUCAU, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOAN A8ENH AND TITLE AISTRACTERS. MARSHALL. MISSOURI Tr VOIT WANT LJJ JJ vvnn 1 VJLY f U 11 V UIV 1 Hi-mi in your mum nml nilitrc" mill n-t our Ciitiiliiwiirtiiif nit klmla n( McrrliiiniUiu nl irli'filir)liiK riiiiMtlllon. Fully lllimirut- il i'iiliiliiiiii Ki'iil 1111 ivt'i'lpl nf lu lor MIH. MKC KAIIN.UHKKNA IIKItUKIt, i7 to ail IViirlMirn Ht..lililfiiK. III. -CiitnlnuiM1 niiillml ittirlnu .1 uly. Tblt ilrn&ture la oa every box of tbe genulnr Laxat...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OOH FERENOE ADJ0DEN8. Appointmtuts'in tbo Bonthweit Misuari Methodist (South) Oonfrreuw Aunoaoced. The Southern Missouri Conference o( the M. H. church, South, adjourned Monday to meet noxt year In Jeffer son City. The following appcilnt mcnt were made. KANSAS CITY DISTIUCT. 0. II. IIIIKHIS, I. K. K. C. Central, K. I). Mnuxnn. K. C. Troost live, olios. Franklin. K. C. Melrose. C. W. Scurrltt. K. C. Olive st., A. G. Dinwiddle. K. C. Washington st., .Ino. Alter nat'iy. K. c. Campbell ct.. F. A. Hrlggs. K. (.'. Garland avc.-W. (i. I'lke. Wvsiport Station, T. W. Alton. Ml. Wii-lihiu'Kni. G. ('. I .nek. Iudccndcucc Stulion, I.. I. Nor licet S.vt,i "t I' i. II itI. I.ces Sniiiitill anil Pi. Pica-unit, S. G. Keys. Illiie Spring- circuit, T. I). Payne. Oak drove and Plea-iint Priilrle, F. M. Itnrton. I .one Jack circuit, e. c. Merry. IMeiinunt Hill Station. A. I.. Mur .hall. Helton iiihI Martin city, F. M. clack. HarrUoiivillts Station. K. K. Wolfe. Peculiar Circuit, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 LOCAL INIMEF. Miss Julia Pitman spent Saturday in Slater. Foil Sai.K A piano stool. Inquire at thl office. 24-tf Miss Loyd Grayball. of Orcnrvillc, in tllO gUCst Of MIsS Otl Wl'Sl. A. II. Stewart a-rlved Tuesday and will rcinnln tho rest of the week. Mrs. Mary Davis has returned from a visit with friends In lllackhurn. Tnsso I'otter Is up and around after tin Illness of more tlmn two months. Miss Lula Lumkln Is the guest of Mrs. Uavu Hancock, near Illuckburii. Ijl Croasc Lumber Co. C"-y Largest Stock. II. Y. Gephart spent Sunday In Mar xliull, returning to Kansas City Mon day. Miss Lotto C'order, of Glasgow, was the guest this week of Miss Clara lirown. Miss Iva Hoffman, who has heen quite III for the past two weeks, Is con valescing Mr. A. U. Funis, of Hoonville, is the guest of Mrs. Price Withers, near Fulrvllle. Mrs. Archie llohertson, of Slater, was the truest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lewi-. P. T. Reynolds and. wife, of Slater, were the guests Sunday o...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Thli Land of Good Things. HoMon (Motto. Tho tldo of ocean travel Is now set ting rapidly westward from Knroe. Our leisure classes have 'Mono Kit ro)o" ns almost never before, and those who have no flxed residences abroad are longing to get homo again. They arc hungry for America In more than one sense, and many are free to declare that they nro coming home to Ret something to cat. These are ieo pie who will gladly testify that Amer ica Is tho lst fed country on the earth, nnd that tho homely old dishes they left behind for the famed cookery of Kuroo are doubly appreciated when one loses them. A trnveler Just returned on one of the new ocean palaces describe the ntnnthlng scene witnessed In the main saloon at meal times It seems lli lit the big steamer, In anticipation of American tattes, had taken out a big supply of irreen corn and water melons amont! her stores. At il Inner on the llrst day out from Liverpool the wulters served this green corn In the origina...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Short Talks On !. It. A great many merchants cut down their advertising in the Summer. Some even stop it altogether. In everyday life, when a thing is hard to do, it only calls forth greater effort. If the laborer can't move the stone, he gets a crowbar and a block of wood. He makes a lever and the stone moves. If the crowbar isn't long enough he gets something longer. He doesn't give up because the stone has got to be moved. Same way in business. Trade is a stone, the lighter it gets the harder it is to move. You may have to have the lever lengthened, to shorten it. The best bus!- ncss lever is advertising newspaper advertising is the longest lever and the quick est to move trade. Dull times are the time to nut forth the greatest effort and the most money. People don't usually ask for what they have already. Advertising is merely asking for trade. When the store is full every day, cut down your space. When trade is slack increase your space. Don't expect that...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I NEW GOODS EVERY DAY i X IN our a: I NEW DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. & MYERS & BELL, At Corner Shoe Store, Marshall, Mo, Protecting the Prtiidrnt- From the New Vitrk World. From IYcldcnt ltiiuvv'ltit free movement about tl 10 trertand road of tin capltol It I evident that hit hold to tlio view he cxp-eed a few day ufter Mr. MeKluley wa hnt that pcronnl precaution mi the part of tlio prrldcnt arc ucle ami tin wlc. In liltt pcrnnul courage anil Impatience of restraint lit liNdaln caution anil refuc to admit that there I a dltluctlnn lietwcen the afe ty of Theoilore llonevell anil the afety of the prextilent. He carrle to the cxtrcmo Montaigne' theory ex preiM'il In the eay on the mode m' riilerr In dealing with plotter. "In a life of ambition ami glory," ny Montaigne, "It Ih necciiry to holil n htllT rein upon uplclnii; fear anil ill trnt Invite anil ilraw on ouene." Hut whatever Mr-HooHcvclt' view, he ought not to permit them to Inter fere with the reorgani...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II Miatoon Mora. The Old Men's club of Lafayctto county held iU seventy-first meeting at Aullvllle last week. Not one of the many fltio roads In the country surrounding Monroe City was built by the Good Itoads Assocla tlon. The new railroad pond at Slater covers 4M acres and will contain wa ter enough to supply the railroad for three years. It Is Interesting to note that Hill Mead, of Sarcoxle, was In Senacalast week furnishing the Chautauquahs with peanuts.. A mussel-lnvlng Missouri editor thinks this Is a poor season of the year for the president's family to leave Oys ter Hay. Now that the new station-house at New Franklin Is nearly completed, the citizens are watching for a good-sized rock pile. Tim Mexico fair grounds, containing eighty acres, were sold Saturday tit a private sale to four of the stockhold ers for W.01O. Although there are few family name ending with "r." In Stanlnrry, some untutored savago threw a brickbat through the windows of the postoffl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 October 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Family Disgraced. Stand hy the Standard I Price's Cream Baking Powder is everywhere the acknowledged standard, the powder of the highest reputation, greatest strength, and absolutely pure. It renders the food more healthful and palatable, and using it exclusively you are assured against alum and other dan gerous chemicals from which the low grade powders are made. Dr. Price's Raking Powder is sold on its merits only never by the aid of lotteries, gifts, commissions or other schemes. The entire value of your money comes back to you in baking pow der the purest, most economical made. Notk. Alum hiking powders arc low priced, as they cost Imt three cents a Pricc Bakino Powocr Co., pound to make. Hut alum leaves in the Chicaoo. Iireail or cuke nl.iulx.-r Halts, sulphuric add and hydrate of alumina all injuri ous, the last two oImiious. AulginvStephens. ('oiiiiiiuulcnlol, A pretty wedding was solemniz ed at the home of the bride's par ents, one mile west of Herndo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. OCTOBER 11. 1901. NO. 56. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. Ella Boatright et nl. vs. J. II. Clark et al., partition; sheriff filed report of sale; report approved. L. W. Scott allowed J too attor ney's fee and Todd $25. S. R. Saltonstall vs. W. F. Dales; com missioners filed report, which was approved. D. V. Hender and Duggins & kainey allowed $100 ench attorney's fee. James Long vs. Lester Tiiylor, partition; sheriff files report of sale, report approved. V. C. Hioks vs. Susan Webb, partition; commissioner's report approved; sale ordered. Florence Suoddy vs. Martin Spreitzer ct al., equity; dismissed. Camilla Jackson et al. vs. Sarah Taylor ct al., partition; sheriff flics report o( sale. Laura L. Lewis et al. vs. W. S. Holmes ct al., partition; commissioners file report; ex ceptions filed. Joseph Wilson vs. Isaac Ligore etal., inter plea; dismissed. Elizatcth Brown ct al. vs. Chas. S. Brown et at., partition, sheriff fi...

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. — 11 October 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tho Postoffice In Marshall, Mo., as sccond-clats matter. TEHM3: $1.00 PEU YBAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MtSSOUKt, OCTOHKK II, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orcnr A Hunter.) OlfU-t- iivit llnnk of Hiilliic MARSHALL, MISSOURI. THE PRESIDENT AND THE SOUTH. President Roosevelt this week appointed Thomas G. Junes, former governor of Ala bama, to fill the vacancy existing in the Fed eral judgship for the Northern District of Ala bama. The appointment is causing much comment, comuiendnbly and otherwise. Mr. Jones is a man of ability and character. He is a Democrat of that class who have seen no good in the Republican party, but who, under the softening influences of the broad and fra ternizing McKinley policy, have come to ac knowledge the mutual benefit to the North and South of casting aside sectional prejudice, and meeting each other on the broad ground of national unity and betterment. This class of South...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MilebelMmfWII. Mr. P. E. Mitchell, who lives near Shackelford, surprised his many friend by getting married early Tuesday morning. Such a thing had lcen expected for some time, but Frank hud so far suc ceeded in veiling the happy event with secrecy, that but n very few of his friends guessed the exact date. The happy bride nf the happy groom was Miss Annie Campbell, who lived two miles south east of Marshall. They hud been sweet hearts for some time, and this joy ous culmination of their courtship was looked forward to a an event that would surely happen. The nuptial ceremony which made this couple one, was performed at five o'clock Tuesday morning, at the Catholic church in Mnrshall, Rev. Francis O'Neill officiating. Thorn ns Flynn of this place acted ns lx.st man. while Miss Mary Campltell nf Slater, sister of the btidc, acted as bridesmaid. As soon ns the cere mony was over the bridal party were driven to the C. & A. depot, where the bride and groom too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ChM H. Vanstone, Chas. It. Vanstone died nt his home on Kastwood street Monday, morniiiB, Oct. 7, 1901, after n short illness. He seemed to le in his usual health on Thursday night when he retired, hut Friday morn. lrK about 4 o'clock he was taken ill with cholera morbus Drs. Hall & Gore were summoned, but he continued to grow worse until Sat urday, when he was stricken with paralysis. He was conscious al most to the last and realizing his condition said he would like to live, but if his time hnd come he was ready to go and was not afraid to die. The deceased joined the Christ ian church in Malta Bond when he first came to Missouri. Mr. Van stone was born in Devout-hire, Kuglaud, August 20, 1844. When he was quite young his parents moved to Huron county, Canada. In 1863 he came to Missouri, wltvrc he laid out the town of Lay nesville and Marled a sawmill at that place. He was married in 1S72 to Miss M. K. llluin, of Ohio. Five child ren were bom of this un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Van Dyke Hi Real Estate, Attracts, Lins aMl lisvaicc tsrm Mr west n ink m sum WOOD & HUSTON HANK. Maksham. Missouri Capital Surplus $ioo,ooo, $ioo,ooc. Geo. A. M'.ifcll, President, J. P. Huston, J. C. Lnmkin, Cashier. Asst. Cashict RANK OF MARSHALL CAPITAL, 150,00000 MaKhiiam., Missouri, Southwt'Ht Corner H(ttar. DlliKcrroits: James Martin, Alex Denny, (ico. II. AlthoiiHP, V. II, AUImoii, Jniut'H Denny. A (SKNKUAI. HANKING UUSINKS8 TUAN8ACTKD. II. (.. Al.t.KN C.KO. N. OKKAR ALLEN & ORRAR, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOAN A8ENTS ANI TITLE AISTRACTERS. MARSHALL, MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? Hfiiil in your imnif nml lutilremi nml f t our CfUiiloKui-n itf nil kliiila of Mtrt'linul1 nt rliv iMyiiin competition. Fully lltiiHlrnt' hIciiIiiIiikiichi-iiI oil receipt of liv for pout- KAIIN.OItKKN A IIKKOKK, T lo Ml IViirborii HUUIiIchko. Ill, VOiitiihiKiif mulled ilurhiK July. TtaU ilgMture li oa titty boi of tb geauloi Laxative Bromo-Qttoine Tbieu tb (Moody t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MifMun Oame Law. Tlie following ii n copy of tho Mis souri game low, which will be enforc ed by tho Saline County Oomo Protective Association: Ho It enacted by tho General Assembly of tho State of Missouri, hi follows: Skction I. That 2,30.1 of tho I le vied Statute! of Missouri of 18UII lie and the same Is hereby rccnlcd and four new sections lie enacted In lieu thereof, to Ik known tin sections 2,30.1, 2,30.1a, 2,30.1b, 2,3010. SKC. 2. It lit hereby declared unlaw tut to kill any deer of any ace between the llrst day of Junuary and tho II rot day of October of each year. It In fur ther declared unlawful to kill any wild turkey, Chinese pheasant, pinnated grouse(rotnmnnly called prairie chick en), milled grouse (cojimonly called Vliglulu purtrldgo). between the llrot day of January and the 11 rut day of Novtmler of each year. It Is further declared unlawful to kill any wood cock, turtle dove, ineudow link or plover tctvccu the Hint duy of .latin ury and the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 lOUMKRg iMfTnis T tw SICK HEADACHE, HABITUAL CONSTIPATION. nil all 41 arista from In-' oimmmii. Tnay win sumy iraur aa FAIR AS m LILY. Thay ara Itatatlri oaat 1. PMMMNRTI. m Through Service BETWEEN ST. LO U I S, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND TMK PRINCIPAL CITIES OP TEXAS. HUm HFFET SLEEPERS AIIO FREE RECLINING KATYCHAR CARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY, SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. PARKER'S " HAIR BALSAM, ITfrtr rail to Jlntor. dray ur to Tvunnii uoi r. rrrvriH, Iinnirr.iil h.lr Lilituj UK. tni t mi lifumrirt. tV vJ&M Evtry Woman UI&UltAlvtlsfVltlMHlrlUltnW bimjui lunwuiHimui MAHYIL WMHI Saray llr IMW 1 NH-.I "7rt.-. KjlY. HUH URII rfWf,.!.. IMW IMH. CM-.1 im i n n vr .vni. Mil m "ar- i77". III IM. Wlf - .r iiBtttMfrrl. If If MHIM4 WIIHlJy ItH) M.M Ml.. nriTM tin (iHar. I'M n end mint n for II nmuici iHHikniMi,ii vtvca lull l.illl.Hklmaflltil itiitH II. In. Vl i in' tn I u'lra M till l-.lii'O.f w flwiiMiiri.')i'v iiirit( ItENnYhuYAL r CMICMrTft C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. WILLIAM rilHLEY. Hit Lifa and Work, by Gen. Charles B. Orotunor. Tlio late President's lifelong friend, comrade In war, colleague In Con gress and champion In Houe of Rep resentatives, was near tho President's Ida with other great men when his oyes wero closed In death? followed hi remain to National Capital and to Canton. Millions of copies will be sold. Sales spreading like lire In dry stubble; men and women taking 10 to f0 orders dally. It Is tho ofllelnl book. Kulogle from governors, senators, editorials from great dallies. Last and dying words of world's, great men, but none so grand as McKlnley's "IT IS (50IV8 WAY." Contains photogravure of last photographs of the President ever token. Yon can canlly and quickly clear fcl.fiOO. The General requires that share of pro ceeds of sale of every book sold shall bo donated to a McKlnley monument fund. Thus every subscriber to this book become a contributor to this fund. Everybody will buy If, orders for the aski...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 IS STRONGER B STOMACH iT cures ff WEAK IjSItllMHS LA CROSSE LUMBER CO. Operate their Owa Manufactory. ORL'EB 07pnBritJAT10N. HTATK OK MIHHOl'ltl, ) tNlllNTT (IK MAI. INK. J HM, till Vlll'llllllll.) ) III Circuit Court, Jiiiiiinry Term, It".. -itmlHT Ktli. lull. Knit M Hiiiiih t hi., riniiiiin, v. .Hfke J.Hlllllli i'l ill., Hofciiiliitita. Al llilmlny Clinic the lihiliilllTx. Iiiti'Iii. by lln'lr iilliiriii-y.nuil tile iilttilitvll, nlli-uliiu. milium iiIIht iIiIiikn. Unit iliriiiiliiiii, Kitiiiir Hliill li. )m not II reaMi-Ilt nf llieHlnlcnf Mia Miurl. Wln-ri-tiiMiii lanrilercil hy tin Olerk, In Miciillnn. I tint until ilefeiiilinil Ih- iiiilnlliii hy lllllllll'llllllll t tlllt lllllllllrT llllVIM'lllnllll'IKTll Milt luminal liltu In llila fiiurl, I he nlijivi mill ui'iii'ml nnlurenf wlili'li la in emmiriie Him Mill nr. I. M.Hlllllh.ilii'fiiM-il; mill Mini unl' thi Mild Kiliinr Hinltli lie unit iiiH-iir nl thin i-niirt. nt Hie next term lliermf, tit Im-Ii.'uii...

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