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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 October 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Will Lynch In on crutches, nursing a sprained ankle. Mis Dora In Inn Is visiting Odessa friends this week. Miss Halllo Ross Is the guest of Kansa City friends this week. Miss Ktta Ohastaln was tho guest of friends In Kansas City this week. Sctlal sale on roommou1dlngs. J. II. Collins' Wall Paikk Co. Mrs. J. W. Sparks, who has been III for some time, Is reported worse. Mla Minnie Sopor has accepted a position with George W. Drown ft Co. ijt Crosse Lumber Co. Cr,-y Larcest Stock. Miss Iva Hoffman, who has been quite nick, Is, we are find to say, some better. K. O. Winger, of Point Pleasant, Wet Va., Is the guest of Judge Hush und family. Miss Lula Lamkln hu returned from a visit with Mrs. I). A. HancocK, near lllackhurn. Mrs. I '.'I Mitchell and dnugl.ter, Miss Bessie, are the guests of friends In Kansas City. Mrs. Klrttcy Miller and daughter are visiting Mrs. Miller's parent In Kansas City. I lev. Mr. Lewis, the evangelist, eon ducted chael exe...

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. — 11 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II LOCAL IN BRIEF. MIm Agnes Spencer It visiting In St. Louis tbU wMk. Roper Evaas m Ir Marshall Moo day. Armstrong Herald . MUi Stella Hutchlngs, of the coun ty, wat In the oltjr Wednesday. Mr. J. N. Mahard and daughter are the guests ot Slater relatives. Mrs. Frank Ayera ha returned from a two-week' visit In Kansas City. Mra. J. M. Seargent left thl week for a visit with friend In St. Louis. Oil, paint! glass and varnlahe at J. U. Colkinh' Wall Pai-kk Co. Mrs. Blanche Hanna, of Miami, wa the guest of Marshall friend thl week. Mrs. R. T. Ilrlghtwell I the guct of relative la Kana City thl week. Cypress Finishing La Cress Lumber Co. W. II. Hagsdnle, of Centralla, spent Sunday with C. M. Ilucknerand family. Horn, to Mr. and Mr. O. W. John nn, Sunday, Oclobcrfl, 1101 , a daugh ter. Mr. Lansdon, of llllnol, wa the guest thl week of M. K. Mahard and family. Mr. John M. Penlck and daughter, Katherlne, are visiting relative In Itoanoke. Mr. A. P. Maker, of Watson, Mo....

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. — 11 October 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Urban'Roberlt. A very pretty little wedding took place Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6, 1901, at 3 o'clock nt the Methodist parsonage, Rev. A. M. Lehr unit ing in marriage Miss Bertha Rob erts and Mr. Louis F. Urban, of Victor, Colorado. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Rolwrts of this city and was a teacher in the Forest Grove school nt Wannnmakcr. She Usui intelligent and cultured young Inly, possessing many noble quali ties and will be much missed by her friends. She was attired in a grey cloth suit with hat and gloves to match. The groom was formerly a Mar shall boy, he having made his home for several years with Mr. Morr, south of Marshall, but is now em ployed in Victor, Colorado, and in every way worthy of the fair bride he has won. The wedding was a very quiet one, being witnessed only by the intimate friends of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Url:ni left imme diately niter the ceremony on the 3 40 C. & A. train for Higginsville, where...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. OCTOBER 15. 1901. NO. 57. CROWE OFFERS TO SURRENDER. The following letter wan received Monday by the chief of jralicc of Omaha, Neh : "I)KAK Six Nearly a year has passed by since I was accused ol the Cudahy kidnapping. A large reward was offered and plenty of time has Iwctt given for the police and detectives to have made me a prisoner. So far they have failed to do it. "Now, I wish to make a short statement to you nnd the public. "Now, Mr. Donahue, let me tell you all I ask is justice, a fair trial by twelve men, eiti zi'iis of Douglass county, Nebraska. Not by Herod or any of his kind. Their god is gold and with that power they rule the world. "Donahue, nil I nsk is a square deal. Grunt my request and I will give myself up. "Mr. Cudahy has known me for thirteen years. He now believes me guilty, neverthe less I think' he will give mca fair trial, as t.11 he wants is the public to know the truth. "Now, Mr. Donahue, I wi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered attho Poatofflce In Marshall, Mo., as second-elasit matter. TKKM3: t.00 PBU YKAH IN ADVANCK. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOUKI, OCTOBKR l8, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Formerly Orcnr A Hunter.) Ofllcouver llrmk of Hnllntt MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Gov. Dockery, tlic Globe Democrat needs some fresh meat. Can't yon hurry along the report o( the unprejudiced expert accountants? No secrets half told, Senator Cardwcll. Tell us who the Democratic cominittemau is who sold the legislature to corporate influences be fore it was elected. Gov. Dockery and Auditor Allius, expert accountants, have gone home to figure up re suits, and promise a report in ten days to the Governor a, id Auditor. Boss Croker has gathered up all the cartoons of himself and Senator T. C. Piatt which he could obtain, had them handsomely bound and sent the volume with his compliments to the senator. If the Democratic leaders desire to know how much more power the tru...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Real Estate Trantfera. 9 y I clothing: I a e I find that I have too much money tied up I in this department and in order to Unload I have made up my mind to Sell I From Now Until January 1st I .9 9 Men ALL e '$ Ms in My Store at Actual (tt j Now you have a chance to buy your Winter Suit for Less Money than you ever owned one in your life-time. This Sale is Now On and our suits have got to go; we are selling our t.'l.OO Conlinoy Pant for $2.fl0 ii.fiOConluroy Pntitw for 1.50 MtMi'rt Huinlxlt .Iwuih lnntn for 1.50 Wu nro nulling our Mou'tumri Hoyn' f() cunt OvurnllM at B8 Mmii'h Duck Cont, wortli S'2.00, at 1.25 Kvtry pair of Muu'h Pautn Kuduccd hi Prion. Don't buy until you neo our goodn. f ft 6 1 WE WILL SAVE YOU FROM l TO $4 ON A GOOD OVERCOAT. I 9 9 9 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Our Stock of Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gloves is the largest we have ever had, and they all go in this sale at the Low Price. Our stock of DRY GOODS is the Largest we have ever had and we are making...

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. — 18 October 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Educational. OI'I'ICK DAY SATURDAV. i. Remember township meeting at 2 o'clock p. in, Saturday, Octo ber 19, in county court room. Kv prybody come. a. Take a part of the day, No vember i, 1901, and observe Field's Day. Send ic to pay postage and J. West Goodwin of Sedalia, Mo., will send you program. 3. One examiuntion will be given next year, and that in March, for teachers who wish grades to be re corded in state department for state certificate. I make this known now so teachers who desire may have time to prepare for same. 4. Saline County Teachers' As sociation, circuit court room, Mar shall, 10:30 n. m. Saturday, Octo ber 26, 1901. PKO(f RAM. i. Music Court House Quartet, a. Roll Call "Quotations from Pope." 3. Business session. 4. Paper "Grading. Graduation and Articulation," John M. Rob erts, Marshall High School. "Dis cussion," Gilbert Watson, Travis Guthrey, Luther James, A. A. Stein heimcr, Kmma Koontz. T. K. Spen cer, J. M. Bailey and Kmma Shack elf...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

5 Verdict for $1,450. Patent Granted MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CMMMlg MfTFUS To mm SICK HEADAOHK. HABITUAL CONSTIPATION. ml all Immii arlalng from In- MNTMiion. Trie win unry yur MoMaml HMMyauroaimHwiMn M FAIR AS A LILY. The AT latin OHtlt KI MAI fat a ALB AM ICfcanaM ' kxnlll Ik. hl. r raila to XHUnOnir taif to lit Youthful OoTr. rnmiH Haarimrr at hoir I.Uia I w.nJlliwllinioFiiM. Evinr Wtnai abuut Uw Wolahtf ol MARVEL wMrRssj Ssvey IMf 1tM "W'f I MfriMiJHll'NI i-xm tonraa am M)aaaaaatttWII. Illr-ntnnniaMpvlf lb 11 Ma.. a.t,t iu Mlwr. tail rn4 Maimi f W II. I mil ami im m-a.ii airaa . lull lartlruUraaiMl illrvlkia In. niiaMrlla.l.aa MAMVKI.rA., faamai T1aaiaWM..rlfarti. la Ha) al MM laaiauk MM miua nakM. Tafca aaaabafyl i Taana Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THE. PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WMIER MFFET SLEEKM AIIO FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR CARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents. W mxtn r T ia M oat tonraa m laa aaaat ar JwS!T?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Miuoari at the Pan-American-'Dip following I n Hit of tin nrlzrs won by Missouri exhibits at tho Pan American Exposition: Hush Flour Mill, The .1. II., St. Louis. "TabloOueen" Hour: i?otil Ucrnholmor Mill Cntunanv. Marcus. St. Louis. "Highlands I)ellht"Mout ; silver. IliiMff Flour Mill, Tho .1. 11., St. Louis, "Suiiorlor" Hour; silver. Clarksvlllo Cider Co., St Louis, flavored elder; silver. Kehlcr Uros., St. Louis, roller iiatent Hour: bronr.e. Davis Milling C Tim II. T.. St. .Joseph, -Aunt Jemima pancake Hour honorable mention. Stonu. Hill Wine Co., Hermann, white wlno vlncgitr;"tionnrnhle .men tlon. Missouri, Htato of, collection of culoltc, gulona- nut) blemlo crystals; silver. Doo Itun I'iul Co , Doe Hun, lead ores and concentrates; bronze. (! raven, Fayette. P., Doo Itun, col lection of Missouri minerals: bronze Grunhy M In Inn und.Smoltliig'Co., Urnnogn, zinc concentrates; bronze. Itlch Hill Zinc Works, Itlch Hill, zinc furnace nroduce: bronze. St. Fran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 Vaocioatloo for Blackleg. Hlacklrg In one of the mint dreaded diseases affecting cattle. Vaccination o( tho anlmuts ha proven to bo the moat effective preventive treatment yet discovered, and It line and what lit known of It value were discussed by Dr. John It. Mohler, of the United States HurcHii of Animal Industry, In a paper prepared at the request of Sec retary F. I). Coburn, of the Kansas Hoard of Agriculture. Dr. Mohler raid In part: "Hlacklcg In an Infection disease, caused hy a hdccIIIo germ, which In almost universally present In the IH'Oiitid In all districts where the dis ease In known to prevail. Thin mi crobe, upon gaining entrance Into the system, usually through punctured wotindH made hy briars or stubbles, develop rapidly, and causes hemor rhage, hluclsh-hluck, gus-llllcd swell liitfi. The course of the dlsfnt Ih very rapid, and the animal usually dies within twenty-four limit h after the upearunc of the llrst symptom. "Hy vaccination wo unders...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

5 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Driving oat th) Ireproaj. I.prMy I being slowly but none the 1ck certainly eradicated In the Hawaiian Inlands. Klve yeor ago thero were over 1,300 IninateN at the lcter settlement on the Inland of Mo loknl: when the nnntiul vlnlt wan mode u few days ago there wan hare))' WW. Thin Ik due not no much to any ncl entitle treatment of the disease, an to the gradual extinction of the native race, which alone, In the opinion of Superintendent Heynolds of the nettle tnent, will eaiiHe the complete eradica tion of leprosy here. Last year there were an even 100 Ieier4 Kent to the Inland, while only .Ml have liecn sent during the llrnl nine months of the present year. In the lilenulal ierlod ending Deeemlicr 1IKX), directly ufter the Inland had Iteeu un nexed, over VXJ were taken to the net tlement. Thin wu- due, not to any In creusu In the disease, hut to the fuel that the iiietlon wan taken out of tliti handn of the party prevlounly In con trol and many nflllcled iiers...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 MTalks On Advertising VIMI H9IUUI III UMCa "Vr Hhth.t tUt Ut IV. 1. More thing enter Into advertising than art generally supposed. In fact every thing that connects a name and a business in people's minds is advertising. Membership In rhtirr-ha nA .1ka mA r.l.il.. the giving of social entertainments, public charities all these things and more are advertising. But greater and broader, and better and easier than all these is cwspaper advertising. Yon may think of that with out thinking of the other plans, but bo scheme f publicity Is complete without tbe newspaper. Properly prosecuted, newspaper advertising will always pay. Toot here and there is a man who says: Advertising doesn't pay, I've tried It." proves noth ing but that his method was faulty. Advertising is business news. It tells of things which are of great dally Importance. It is ofmore account to tbe frugal housewife to know where she can get certain necessary commodities at a less price than usuul th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. John Harrison went to ntackburn Wednesday. .1. C. Youngwas In Uoonvlllo Wednrs day. on business. W. A. Ilogge, 1 Arrow Kock, was In the city Ihlit week. Millard Wiley and wife, of Nrloon, were In the city Tuesday. Lime, Plaster, Hair, etc. La CreMe Lumber Co Horn, to the wife of Itcv. 1). C. Hoi ton Friday. Oct. II. tim. II II. It'ilT wiii In Sweet Springs, on legal business Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. A. Den I. of ML Ia-oo-ard, were In the city Monday. Sherman Huston and wife, of Malta Hi-nil, nN-nt Saturday Iti town. J a me Allen and wife, of Falrvllle, were among Tueday's visitors. Mm, C. II. I'util, of Mount b-onard, wiiii shopping In Marshall Friday. 'ji Crosse Lumber Co. Ca"y Largest Stock. Mlssc- Mary and Johnnie Minor, of lllo-Kr, were In Marshall Monday. Mm. F. A. Howard, of Slater, vUlt ed Marshall frlcndit Iho latter part of luit week. Misses Mamie Hlosser and Vuilu ('ox, of 'lilovr, were In Marshall Saturday. Slater Is to have a new two...

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. — 18 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II ft tiLML aMavaiafc. aftskaaafe m.. atata. eaM. ml MfraavaaMa aML tm Abb.bM aMBoMa. aixattL AiuMi d ww lLTaa wiWa IsrP FlF HWaF WFlr TF waF w CRCTNS Big Guns and Little Guns, Air Rifles for the Boys, Winchester Rifles for the Men Single barrels from $5 upf Double barrels from $9,75 up, If you contemplate buying a Rifle or Shot Gun thlH fall or winter, m Hiiro to uxamiii; our utock be fore you buy. TIiomo guim are well known brandw, bought from the Best Spoiling Goo1h Uoune in the United HtateH, and hh to the I We (main ti Sive 1 Dillirs ii uy 5 S 3 8 8 8 2 We are nhowing the famoiiH L. G. Smith hammer and hamerlerttt; New Ithica Syracuse HammerleMM, conceded to Iw the BKST liaimnerleHM gun on the market to-day for the price a favorite among all huntHiiieu who have lined it. We also handle the Winchester and Sieucer Keeater Shot Guiih; For hand Arum Co.; Eclipse and W. II. Hamilton. In Billet we have the Whichever, Steven. Quae keubiiHh, and ail the well known ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 October 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SLATER. Mls Marlon Held was In Marnhall Sunday. John U. Hovnoltln wbm In Mamnall on business this week. Ml Marlon Hold will art an anlst nnt posttulslreM In thu absence o( Mix Munn. Mm. Newton Cameron, ot Odca( Mo., Ik the tfuet of Miss IK-spIc Hub erts this week. The Method 1st members welcomed their new Maxtor, Uro. Hickman and wife, by Hiving them a reception In the church Tuesday. U. W. Taylor of Ft. Way no, Ind., took charge of the muchtne nhopii at Slater thin week, relieving Mr. F. I'. Hratmnn, who goon to Brighton I'ark. The Shakciearu club had a very Interesting meeting at Mr. It. Qui enberry's Monday evening. The bl ogruphy and historical x!lutlonf .In lhm Caesar were discussed, prepar atory to a reudlng of that play. Thu C. !'. Sunday school will have u rully day next Suuduy. The church will be decorated as for Harvextliomo and the olTerlng for the day will go 'toward the building of a hospital In China, In the Interest of missions. The game of bas...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. OCTOBER 25, 1901. NO. 55. TRAGEDY IN MONTANA. Samuel BUck FoieoocJ by H Wife-Former Citisea of Saliae County. The following nccoiint nf the murder in taken from the Gallatin County Republican, published in Bnzcinau. Montana: "About nix weeks ago John H. BUck, his wife and Ira DeLong went to Camp Creek to a ranch owned by Mr. Black, and, alter cat inn a meal prepnred by Mrs. Black, Imth men were taken with severe vomiting, but recov ered in a few days. At the time it was thought that some of Mr. Black's enemies had placed strychnine on a ham, with the intention of taking his life. On the 4th of October the same trio made another trip to the same plave, and, after eating another meal prepared Sy Mrs. Black, botrrmenHgaih became'sick aha" began to vomit. Mr. Black went to Bozeman and consulted Dr. Chambliss, who gave him some medicine for a disordered stomach and he returned home. On neither occasion did Mrs. Blitck appear...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at tho Pontolflce In Marshall, Mo., as second-class matter. TERMS! 11.00 !KR YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, E or. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, OCTOIIKK 25, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (Knrmcrly Orcnr . Hunter.) Oflltv tiwr Itnnk uf Miillni' MARSHALL, - MISSOURI. They now say "A New and Greater St. Louis !" The question now before the Schley court of iniiiry might be readily answered by the Spanish. The charter amendments for St. Louis all carried, and the papers of the city are out in n Maze of glory. It is proposed to raise a fund, and an escort, and send Gen. Funston after Miss Sto.ie, the kidnapped missionary. It is confessed, says the Globe-Democrat, by Gov. Dockery that the Democratic book keeping in this sate contains mistakes. Tammany is preparing for the inevitable, and laying in provisions for the "winter of discontent." Bonds hive been issued and dis tributed among the faithful in the sum of f4.5co.ooo. Gen. Buller failed to whip ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

rr-H 1, MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DHDAWAY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. PROM HOMB' iV' ' a .Ayr vtasjesa eeas,AWSa at tSM Hit, U--- MntiiU Capital. W. H. Omnia, the aged gentle nan referred to in thfo paper Sun day as being l-k at the City Hon pital, died at noon Monday. Be tote deaib Mine the gentleman was lucitl long enongh to tell hta story to Or. Cowan and the hospitsl at tendant. He was 76 years old and had been in poor health for yearn. Some time ago he left hi home at Valley. Spring, Col. , and went to Europe in the hope of find ing strength. He had written to his niece, the wife of a Mr. Rains at Knping, Saline ronnty, asking her to make her home with hi in, promising to surrender hi property into the rare of Mr. Rains. This arrangement he had hoped to per feet oon. When he reached Chi cago on his return from Europe he wan too tired to proceed for a few days.and then determined to change his route and come to Sedatii, where he expecttd to wait until his niece and her husband could come ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

4 MAMSHALL REPUBLICAN. The MiMouri Dairy Mattiif, The tath annual convention of the Mo. State Dairy Association, which will bs held at Palmyra, Mo , November 7-9, promises to be a very important occasion, and will !c very largely attended by dairy men from all part of Missouri and from other states. The railroads have made a 1 i open rate for the round trip from all points in Mis souri to Palmyra, and the Dudley Hotel will make a special rate to all attending the convention. Cash premiums amounting to f 200, three gold medals and a sil ver cup will be awarded on butter and cheese shown; also premiums for papers on feeding, exhibits of silage, etc., will be offered. There will te an amazing array of pre miums offered for local competition, including a $25 Jersey heifer. There will bs large exhibits of dairy machinery. A strong program of papers and addresses has been prepared, and the eminent speakers selected to address the convention will cover the dairy field in an interesting and...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 October 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Pin at Glasgow. Tuesday saoraiag about one o'clock the fire alarm mu nounded nd quickly tkc irt company re ponded as also did a multitude of cititena It wm leaned the irey element wm raxing in, the restau rant of Tony Weinand. Before it could lie got under control Wein and restaurant, Weinand it. Ruf fel'a saloon and a More building owned by W. A. Meyer were to tally consumed and a heavy dam age dune to the stock of gooda of 'the Mercantile Co., in the building adjoining Mr Meyer'. The tosses, with the insurance, follow: The saloon building, with furni tare and fixtures, owned by Mr. John C. Collins, a total Iom. Val ued at fs.ooo, building' and fix turett. Insured for $3,000. Weinand & Ruffel, occupying the Mloon building, tosses $3,500 in stock; insured for $1 300. The restaurant building, owned by the Renne estate, a total loss. Valued at $1,000; insured for $!, 100. Tony Weinand, occupying the restaurant building, loses $800. No insurance. Entire content...

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