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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE dropped off the Courier Journal list, just at the Sept. ) id, 37. 9 ? ld J01'1 ar e UlDCIIill DCnilDI in! time he was saying some iinconipllmenlray dates of the Marshall l'rce Street l'alr. The illAKMIALL KtrUDLILAIl. things of the great city journalist, who doul.t. population of this town should lieswelled io.. - - less noticed the imputations In the Record upon ooo every day of that week. Try Marshall for Cnlviiil nt t1i INmloniro In Mnt-htill, Mo., an ,, far name. one week duriug fall festivities. nmmil-elaKi maltcr. ..- ' Mlssoutians are equally hi favor of the Dew The Maryvllle Tribune in Its last lime step- TKIt.MHi l.on 1'Klt YKAIt IN ADVANtT. ocratlc National Convention being held In Kan- ped down Into a hve column sire, with nil in- . t,m City nml the Republican in St. Louis. It crease of four additional pages, to give room to PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. Is n "stand off as to which Is the more to be the splendid reading matter that Is character. ...

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. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftf tglf Sjj Bordering County News, i,f f fSf COOPER. LAFAYETTE. Among die death noted last week in I.nfay ette wire those of the Infant son of I) Kuebcl, Lexington; August K. Ilear, Higglnsvillc; Mrs. Margaret I'ttlton, near Oreentou; Mrs. I.ucy O. I'lcct, north o( Corder. and the infant son of Win. Klotc. t The Hoard of Kducation of the Lexington Schools last wick elected MIjj Kate II. Drys dale, of Sweet Sprlugs, to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Miss Martha C times. S. II. Kathhoru, special agcut of the rural malt delivery system of this division visited Lexington recently and it well pleased with the working ol the service there. In the case of Rollins vs. City of Higgins vllle, for J5,i)oo damages sustained by reason of n defective sidewalk, the Jury hung iiud was discharged. Mrs. lleluier, of Wellington committed sill cide liiot week, by jumping Into u well, having tried to n-rsu:ide her two children to follow her example. Mm. Nnle Cimih....

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. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brilliant Reception Hon, James Cooitcy and wife gave a bcnntlftil reception on Wed nesday evening, to tliclr unmarried friend. The iliilcrent social clubs of.tlic city were well represented, nod there were sonic yo invitations issued. Mrs. Cooncy I one of the most charming and gracious women in society, nnd when she fills licr house with guests, there in some thing pleasant to li: gossiped about for weeks, Judge Cooncy, who makes a most ad tuirahlc host, was in his happictt mood upon this occasion, nnd with the usual de lightful surroundings and niccs-o-tics, the evening was a tltii roughly delightful one. The pleasant house, as well as the large attract ive lawn, was used for the pleasure and comfott of the cnlcttniiird.Thc grand old Hies ucie made to bring forth strange fruit in the shape of Japanese lanterns in vnti colors nnd In nu endless variety of styles, nnd the ninny nigs, ensy chairs, garden tent, fic scattcicd line nuil there, looked like sonu sma...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.' u a n n u 8 tt t n u n n u i THE NEW YORK STORE, During The Month of August we Shall (lose Out All Summer Lines. consisting of Lawns, Percales, Ginghams, Shirt Waists, Summer Skirts, Summer Underwear, Men's and Boys' Clothing and Straw Hats, g n a n n A Special End of the Season Price on NBGLsJG&B SHIRTS. These (losing Out Prices are Made to Make Room (or Our fall Stock, Mr, Mayer has left for the East, to purchase an entirely new stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Carpets and Cothing, He prepared to see a strictly up-to-date stock of first-class goods. ft IS t tt A Picnic at Wilton. A picnic at Wilton on Monday afternoon, complimentary to Miss Vcnl.ic Northern of Mexico, and Kcv. Tom Gallaher, of lll.ickburri was one of the pleasant affairs of a gay week Kocinlly. The weather wan fine, the luin-h excellent and the drive home liy moonlight most enjoyable. Among the guests were, Misses . Ilcit.i Francisco, Agnes Spencer, May Northern and sinter Vcrdae, Lura Gil...

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. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. OTHER PLEASURE TRIPS. Scholarships for Young Men and Women at any of the following named institutions Missouri Valley College Marshall. Mo. (lem City Business College Marshall, Mo. Hardin College Central College b-xington, Mo. St. Savior's Acadcmv Quincy, III. Mexico, Mo. GIVEN AWAY WITHOUT COST BY THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, RBAD OUR OFFERS First Offer. Thirty day trip to Paris Kxposition in 1900, all expense paid. transferable if desired, (or Five Hundred Subscribers Second Offer. A )ear tuition, and matriculation fee; room rent and tabic board in any College in the State (or Five Hundred Subscribers. Third Oiler. A ) cits tuition, and matriculation fee in Mu Valley, Ilardiu or Gem City ISutinc College, (or One Hundred Subscribers. Fourth Offer Ten days trip to Colorado, all expenses paid. include Dcnver.Colorado Spring and Maniteati (or One Hundred Subscribers. Fifth Offer. Ten dajs trip to New Orleans. I.a , or Galves ton. Tex., alt expenses paid (or One Hu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE COURT AND COURT STENOGRAPHER. The Lexington Newi of Last Week, Pays Judge Dir! and Mr J, L Robert the Following Conv plimcntary Notice. Circuit court l.i, seemingly, mov ing along slowly. While tills may be true ton certain extent, yet Judge Davis I doing good service. Alttaily quite n large number of cases that have been carried on the docket for years have been taken tin and disposed of and stricken offi When court meets in December the docket will be made up of what may be termed new cases. Judge Davis Is filling the position most satisfactorily being a tireless work cr, his large experience while In the practice of his profession is u great benefit to him in the discharge of his judicial duties. Mciug n man of clear Insight and sound judge incut, he fills with dignity mid sue cess the high position to which he has been called by the people of this judicial district. He Is a working judge. Conrcientious, upright, energetic and faithful in the performa...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KJ It urn lii-d rcllru-l froiiKliirr I10 '1'liiin Cdrtl anil . Tut ri rrt I1111 rollfiiiHl Itio STREET FAIR. Marshall to Head the Procession. A GRAND, FREE ENTERTAINMDNT TO BE GIVEN THE CITIZENS OF SALINE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. Liberal Premiums for Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Poultry and Farm Products. THE DATE IS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, TO SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. PREMIUM LIST BELOW. MIJI.KS. No. I.t Slid I Mute I yrar.otdan.lnrrr.. pedal Srrmlum by John I. Kvan., mule ealer. .. I m t Ileal .pan mule. In ham... a year, oroter owned by rahlbilor In Ik alown LI day ol lair, IW hchhw. overcoat by Ncwturk More. I Heat mule lycir. and uter. aim 190 4 Heel mule I year, and under a(i 3M I Peat mule colt cllher .ex .-rcla! premium by Mam Lace kin 3 w SWi:i!l'.4TAKI!S. e Heat muleanyacc or ea aw SMI ? lu.t Jack any ace am I M noRsr.s. IIK.MT IIOKSHH. a lic.ldrall trami .penal predt l.r Colrcrt lln... IU t sn Ileal draft animal any age or aea 6 l 3 So am. ri'Ki-osi: n...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PREMIUM LIST CONTINUED. repreaentlng Peter' Shoe Co., 81. Lout. Hoe a lluckner Intnl.. lit Largeto,uaab, I pilrpinttor Jpitr lorerillii Sweet, Orr aCo'i. good by ft W. Mile, representative. I; 3 head cabbage H. I 3 to in Turnip, bit . a oo l!l l'araulp Idot i Co 179 Carrot I dot 3 on 13 UffU'J do .... SCO III Wtille onion J doi t to lal lied oalont I dox ,.. M a to 13 Cucumber Idoi . tco 11 l.argeal watermelon ji lt Muak melon H Am j w Irt string of Cayenne iwpper . I to IK String ot red epper ... In) IIOKTICUI.TUKK. MAJOII I.Kh Ill'llllr.S, Supt. Hon. I'lalealo ronalai o( Ore apcclmen and mu.tl, named and labeled. Award nf premium Wednesday, Sept. 37tb. No premium awarded unleaa competition. AI'1'I.KS. I" 1'latc lien Iml..... . . I h l Olno ..... ... to IM ' Jonathan .. .. M 11 ' ilrlme(lolden . hi IW ' Mlaaourl nppln hi ll ' Willow Twin hi IW ' Wine Sip M IW " York Imperial M in " Janet M IM Mammoth liltek Twig to lit " Ingram .. . .. to l " Nnitbrrn spy. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 1011,1, ' (lOTIIi ! CLOTHING ! We are sole agents for the Roberts-Wicks, of Utica, New York, famous line of Clothing. We have already received our fall line and it is now ready for your inspection. There is none better in fit, material or workmanship. Our prices are always the lowest, come buy your Clothing of us and Save money. We also sell J. N. Ward & Co.'s, Shirts and Overalls none their equal, every garment guaranteed. livery man that has tried this line of Goods has been outspoken in their praise. We have recently bought a big snap in men's fancy dress shirts. In this job you can buy a nice shirt for 23 cents; extra nice one at 33 cents. 11o"l"k''f w complete. 'Ve sell the best man's $1 shoe (in earth. We have 100 pairs V J-UJJ t men's genuine kangaroo shoes worth M, go at -).fl0 for a short time only. This is n big snap. Our trr.de in general has increased. The reason of this is because we save you money where you trade with us Northeast Corner ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. New Money Order llriflnnln).' Seiitemlivr I.", n new form of hiI(iIHiv nuine) orilim lw brniijiht Ihlit iikc, nml nlll Ik n grunt Improvement over the niiet now ii.etl by the iotiiflleft Tli'iircnlct cliunitv In the tyttem Kill U In tin- nvclit wllh each tinier. Tliu rtveliitt will Iw nn cxnet fnetlmltu ul iirlirlnnl order, ami will l' tnnile li.v plnehiu nirlion aiT uniler the iii lIiuil onlcr when It N mini (int. Thlt inethnil of nink Imr tin- fnetlmlltt will prevent nuy tnNtnke nml nt the unine time will In' euiR'luIU'p(Mit Unit muli tin unlor W ItlDllCllt fni'iuv tin- unler In In-t In Irun.lult flnn lliln nrelptwlll If inlet muble by Ilic oMit niter it leu.iiimlile tint" liu rlaptiit fur wutvli to ! minlc fur the inlolmr littler. The prltvt fur tliu or ilrr hII iTinnln iineliniii;iil. Mnlivrly Ihmoernt. Ditcovcred by i Woman, Alllitlier KITUt ilNeoter) hut btrll mnile, nml Hint tun, by n tint) III till country. 'Ill-en.e fni-ti'iii'il It. tlutvhea tiiiii...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Indicate, tbit roar llvef la out of order. The. belt medicine to rout lb llrir tnd cur til Uxm lilt, It found In Hood's PHI SScenti. Bold or all medicine dexleri. IN THE COUNTY BLACKBURN. Mlva Ivy Alexander, Annie Laurie aud F.thel IVIot, Nellie unit l!cle Steele nml MaU-1 llnrrlaun "pent Monday afternoon with lliclr little friend, MIm Itulli Kdward, of Fred crick. Kan. Amoiuf the ninny child lh Kamcii which wore Indulged In, the Htato race afforded -frontc! otiinw mint. Delicate nfiehmenl were erred late In the afternoon. Henry fiilemaii nml family. Ir. Stmttii ami l.lcr, .Ml Ma, lln. Hmall and wife, lloli Mctcnlt, II. (.' Hiwnci-r ami family, Jack llltt ami laiiitlitir, AIM.- I.lli-r, Ml- Mnltlc l'ot anil other attended tli how lit Marnhall Saturday. After uncndlinr lhm month with hir urand parent, Mr. anil Sr Kdward Kdward", Itttl Ml ItuHi Kdwurd tunic tin' train Wcdnc.day for her hmm...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. NELSON. Unfit Jot Hamuli'!, onf of lht nlil plonii'l'ii of tlx lumi, runic In lit-t ms k mnl mi-. Ihrtt' Is mi ilmi like Nrl-im. 1)11 titvotint (ill nln Ilici'nlllixili' una IHiKlpnni'il Tut'iulny imlll A i-t .11; ilonl furu'it Ilic iliiy. Id' nine iitnl rnmr. .limit's JoU' mm cil lulu tin' liliiimli k projivrty mi Ninth (liirmlt lrist ll.r lli'-ttit Hie uivk fiinii llldtfi' IVnlrlo. Jnlin inn) Will l.iin-ini ftiu It-il for Oklahoma Tni'mlny, which thr Intmil In inuki' tlii'lr futiiti' luiiiii'. TI)M I'lilon'd imputation liml ii ip'iiii-liii- lore fin-tut tin- I'm' Will lliipllsl tliuivli Suiiilti). A I' ii ml Will riu.iliM nr il'i.vii in tin' riiiillii iii mt nl ll.n:nt iu)tiif slurp thH Mirk. Tom IIiiIiii'.i ul ,M ill-hull. Mil" itimii till' III rt III till' Mil k tivlllllil fl l':il". III hlmliU. i mi' of M ar-li:i 1 1 ' i n i im'lli' Inn In I . :i ilun Ti'i-i'ii.. . Julie u iimiil.r, it'in!i 1 Il. .'li" . , i , i.t Mui-luill iii-i . uiuitlM.i . nM'i t. ....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "LMIe Strokes Fell Great Oaks ,7ht glints cf Iht forest must yield it Usl to Iht contlnuil blows of Iht woods mtn. When tlii l.unun L'ood Kit becomt dogged tnJ impart the tilth drops of Hood" $ StrstpirMi, piopttty Uktn. wit feu the u of Ixi Hood. He Fooled (he Surgeon.. All iloetorn tnlit Itciilek Hamilton, ( WrilJrlTiTiii, ).. alter MifTrrlnif IK month fiiini I tret it I Klliila, lie himiIiI ill'1 iiiiIim a cilly ujirrllou w iicrfiiriiiiill lint lif nihil lilnnclf llli lite Ikhi-k nf lliii'klrii'K Arnica Saltr, llu nti,t I'lli- cure mi Karth, ami I In' In'nt i.nltc In the ttorhl. II n Imx. SiiM liv I'. II, l'lankllh.ilrun- l-t. Ml. Mlrcllc Slini'ki lfiiril, of IU ifiiw, tin- gufl Satiinlay nl Mlim Krance.. Naptnu rrttirncil in her home Saturday tilnht. Tim youiiif lady will return In Mm-lnill In lint near dilurr, "lu ll rhcttlll ninke nil cxtcmlril vlull Tin' victory iml ullli Aniirli'a'i. (Ircatol MiiIIi'Iiii', iiihiiI'k Hiimnlin rllla, hi'ii It hnlllc ni...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LEOAL NOTICES- OIlDKItOK I'lMlt.tl ATION. STATU Or' MIHHOMtl, I. CIlt'NTV Of HAUNK. f til Itin Clrt'illt I'imtt. IVtoWr Ti'iin, I mm. Clinrlen ijiiliirjr Mcdlmil., I'lulntllt, VK. Tin- Unknown Helm of William II. Simmon anil Tin' Uiiknonii lli lia nf I.oula II. Ilimiklni!, Difi-mluntn. At till ilny I'liim-Kllii' l'lnlntlir lion- In. llV llU AllllMll'. II. II Phi....... nnilllli'D liln IVlllfoii mill Atlliluvll.al-l-lntr. iimmiif nllii'r thlnjrn Hint l)f fi-inliintn. 'Hie I'nknimn llflrn nt Wil liam II. Stliiiiiiii aii,l Tlir I'nknimn I Mm ill l,oulnii M. Ilrookliii.', utv not imlilrntn u( tln Stntr of MUimrl: Wlim'tiiion It l orili'iiil In- tin Clerk In VucHtlon, tlmt nulil Dl'ffiiil nut" In' lintllliMl li.v Pulillrnlloii that 1 'In I tit t IT linn I'lmnni-nnil n.ull nuniimt tlwm In tliln I'linit, the ulij.vt mnl (fi'ii- (l l IIUlUII' lit ttilll'll In til ITIIIOVI' Hotuln from uml K-rftvl tin" tit It- to tvrtiln I.ntuln, lo-wltt Tho Niiitlim-.t yunitiT of ti...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 August 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 3 3 3 They Are Rolling In. 3 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 3 :-2 3 3 -a Our Fall goods are coming in by the cat load; to-gethcr with lots of new novelties, .Owing to the delay in getting our new room ready we shall open a partof oni; new goods before we move, and you will find some New goods that you'Jiave been looking for. A new line just opened by us for the first time is Aii Immense Line of Fine Trunks. and they are awful cheap for such goods. We also have a line of LAOTBS BAlU SAILORS in the New Fall designs; and in a lew days we will have a complete line of Fall Rcadv-lo-wcar Sailors and l'clts. Come and See us. Our New Stock of Carpels Will Also Be Opened in This Room. 3 Sec our .'(let. CminU'i- C Hlioi-r-anil .Slippers. I lull Cr-iiel f-Vt. .10 ccntH. Mii-miii'm pint PmiH Jar. aJH ciMitii. 5litin'.i '-ii'irl 1'ruit .lain, M cent.--. Mnmi' lmlf x.ill'Hi Krult .In in. He. We never liml xiicli a fine line of all ktmln of Tableti- anil .School Stipplle-4 - ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

I THE I MARSHA! I llF.PIIRIir.AN Vol.. VIII. MAItSIIAI.L, SAUKH COUNTY, MISSOURI. SKIT. 1., 18DH. no. ;io. riSHINO BCCNC, NEAR canthaqc. mo Cum toy of Tin .MsM"ii I'ncific Railway Comjiaiiy. FAIR QUEEN OF THE f LOWER (ARHIVAt. Tht Flower Parade Mutt Hire a Queen and Maids ot Honor. Nine. All ATTRACTlVt ftATURt Of THE mi fAJfi. By Popular Vote, the Allotment of ibex Honor Will be Made. Candidates lor the Distinction From all Partt of Saline. Nominated by the Miitletoe Club. BLACKWATER BRIDGE RUNAWAY. On the Sctlali.-i-M.irnh.ill ro.nl. twelve miles south of here, on Monday )occtuicd nn accident, which n-eiiis miraculou, when the fact that no injuiics were received, is taken into account. A team belonging to Chns. Zeiglc attached t n hay wagon and driven hy a lioy named Arthur Drayman, became frit'.hteued on the lung rocky hill on the other side of the cteek and tailed running north' The driver was thrnwii out, I nit citing to the lines until almost insensible as n result of bruises u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. $20o per year, while the city holds an option A Virginia girl, Lillian Jeivett, lias taken ...,.. nrnitnti'iiu ou Its purchasa nt the original price at the end upon her slight capabilities the effort of Inflii- MAKbllALL Khr UBLILAiM. of five years. This is at once observed to be a enclng Northern sentiment to make a more privilege, for which we arc paying lightly, open demonstration of disapproval of lynchlngs Knu-n-J at ilw iwoiure In Momhall, Mil, an both ai regards, what the investment costs and In the South than has been made. Making M-eond-clam mniu-r. the usefulness which it will prove to the com- Boston her field of action, she has planned to - - - munity. excite the sympathy of the people there, by TKItMH: il.w I'KIt YKAIt IN' ADVANCE. Tke wagon of wood, corn, oats and hay bringing to thelt observation, families left del- - - - which now oflen block our streets in places, tltute through the lynching of the father. Her PERCY H. VAN dyke, Editor. wn t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Bordering County News, lg.g.$l LAFAYETTE. HOWARD. Mr. Fred Gotloog was called to New Frank (ort yesterday by the death of his aged mother, Mrs. Magdalena Frecse. Mrs Ficese had been complaining for several days previous to her death and grew suddenly worse Monday even Ing. Prom that time she gradually sank until death relieved her sufferings at 8 a. in. Tues day. She was the wife of Peter Frecse, and was highly esteemed by her friends and neigh bors in New Frankfort. She was 71 years of age. The remains were interred in the ceme tery at New Frankfort at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Glasgow Mlssourian. Howard Owen, a prominent young druggist from llruuswick, was In Molierly last night, cu route to spend Suuday with his best girl, who lives in a progressive little city 011 the M. K. t T. Howard informs us that she Is a very charming young lady, of sylph-like figure and queenly grace, and wc have every reason to lc lieve that he kuows whereof he speaks. Mo Iwr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t II NtW YORK J We are Showing! OUR Announces New Fall Arrivals, DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT IS A MARVEL In Itc.iil.v-.Mnili-SklrtM v lmvo an iiKHortinciit of "Golf" or "Itainy Day" .Sklrtx Hint nro marki-il nt prices to null. Tliuy ari! iHiautii-s. MOTHERS: IT will lie worth your wlillr to Inspect our lint of Chlldri'iiV milts. V an- tlm I'xeluslvu agents for the n'h'hnih'il TWENTIETH CENTURY CLOTHING For Children, ltoysni.it Youths. Ili'sportfully, Mayer & Son, the Latest Weaves in Heather Mixtures, Silver Greys, Marine Blues, New Tans, Oxford Greys, Mode Browns m t t c t t i c t e c i i c $ 5 c $ 4 COSTINl'lili I'KOM l-AOU I. Louise Bryant, Tannic I'raucisco, Mary Mack, I, aura Orcar, I.nKuc CatiiplK.ll, ami Ilciil.ili Sharp. The ten youiiK ladles who nro to act ns J men and Maids o( Honor arc to be selected by votes ol tlie K'oplc of Saline county. Votes will )c ten cents each, and the turn realized from thcvotcswlll bc'speul in decorations for the magnif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.1 The MUml Fakir Recently In the coin mm of thl paper, appctred an article In which the reputation o( a certain trave ling photographer whose name Is Bruce, was touched upon In a way not In the least satisfactory to him self. He has squirmed under the charges made and turns back up on his accusers with a barefaced denial of the allegations, accompan ied by personal abuse. While not worthy of the attention, which a counter reply takes, the Kiirt'ii UCAN Is forced to take cognizance of the Injustice of the impression, that Miami people would have, if nothing more were said, other than the statement of the rogue llrucc, as given in his advertising space. The warning given against this dead beat is not for the reason that he owes us a bill, for that long ago was contributed to the basket, :ior is it a hounding id his good name, for this failure to i.et honorably with his creditors. Hut the man, who like llrucc, encamps upon n town, works his face for all it will ...

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