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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 November 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at th PoitoSot la Marshall, Mo., m eooad-olM utter. TERMS: 11.01 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. M. HUNTtH, Ctftsr. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MOVRMBRR 8, I90I. J. R HUNTER Lawyer, (formerly Orr A Hunter.) Ofllr nxrr Rank of Nalln MARSHALL, - MISSOURI. The backbone of the surplus in the nation al treasury is distinctively Republican. The Democrats are making a "grand stand" in favor of reciprocity, but it is only a cover under which to smuggle in free trade. Maryland in all probability will give a small Democratic majority. TnU is not surprising as they have a Nesbit (or Gorman) law there which was made to produce majorities re gardlesaof votes cast. Before starting out in their efforts to get up a senatorial boon they ought to have put Senator Vest under bond to not ask for re el ection, for if he should be could easily rake in the chesnut ia spite of all their efforts. Mr. Croker says that the election of Seth Low as mayor of Greater New York w...

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. — 8 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Geod " Water. The City Conncil he been pro pectiag for water on vtke Striker lot, in the west.part of town, and hare been very succefnl,havlag found at. inexhaustible supply at a depth of oa haadred aad twenty live leet. mey pat In a pump that raised, about three hnndrcJ gallons per minute and after pump ing for forty consecutive hoars, no dimi.tition of the amount of water was perceptible. The city ban an option on seven acres and three or four more wells will be sank to the depth of the present one and will be connected with It' and in an emergency the water from them can be used. They will be placed so as to tap all the water under the surface of the entire seven acres. This will give a supply that no drouth can cut off, for certainly we will not have another more se vcre than the one through which we are now passing. The water is soft and will be hailed with delight by all housekeepers and is excel lent for drinking. This is a matter of great inter st to the...

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. — 8 November 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CMMKIff PUS T mm aieil HKADAOHK HABITUAL CONSTIPATION. and all dlooaoeo arialn from In dictation. Thyrtllurlffyyur blood and MM rowaoiaiaaiow as PAIR AS A LILY. Thoy aro olatln ncrx MAIM BALAAM CImiiv. tn4 aatullfm In. half. K.T.r raila to Mmut Oray I JUiv u Ha YfMMtal CoT.r. I nvmaa iHMfxA aM Mir i.uin Evtry Winai HiHtfimruHPiaMMNRnuw awai um wu tiarrnu MIRYIL WMrttofl Sory MwwiwHiraf, nut' Horn aarf Jluritm. rVOt-Sat. i-mom conn ami. in MIW4HHMIMII lllfjranrwiMPirirl MAM Ml.. arl.l t llialialM laiak-MtM.ll (ITM tun ixni. uMniiiiiiifnii.fi. m- c niiwnpioiuiiKiiiHiKiim. Tlwei PMIr Varfc. lift. M u CMIf'IIKXTl Im KEH I UH aaMUM kalM M4 Paaamaa Miwiulm aaa Imli- lli.W.. lift. f JM. lrlflH-v -4 V. la PaMralaaa, TartlaaaaUla M "MelWC f I la" unm Mr. I MM M Mil. til Mllll lillllllll WkaUtm liruw. t ktrtifMcM'tiraittntf , REVIVO VITALITY MAOta WoHMan of Mb. fcwertttU aaa qolektr. Ohm ttMiMMlMklt toI will Will tMtr laat Mm4.m4o1 8m win mow taair ww i KV1VO. Mowieto M...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 6 eeV Ml1 LaflaBHBm bHi Cream Superlative in strength and purity Improves the fforof ad adds to the healthftiiness of the food PRICE BAKINO POWDER OO, CHIOAOO. Mom There are Imitation bakiag powder sold cheap by many grocer. They are made from alum, a poison out drug, which render! the food Injuria to health. Will Be Short. President Roosevelt has read his message to congress to IiIh cabinet for their criticism. Thin docu ment in briefer than any message yet transmitted, and it will prob ably be compressed into a still smaller compass, It is his opinion that a message briefly, but strong ly, discussing each of the import ant questions engiossing the atten tion of the country will be what the nation wants. In this method of writing the message he has pur sued a different course from that of the late Wm. McKiuley. The latter r ceived from each of the members of bin cabinet a state ment of the work of his depart ment and the important recommen dation he proposed to...

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. — 8 November 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN: oeoeo 6 AN INNOCENT OFfBNDBX BY AUCE TDKNKK. From the Century ItaKatln. Millinery la the town of Dunham wm ft poor business. W Inter bonneU were made to Uo for several huuoi, while summer hat were doue over from year to year, until their ago and shape became doubtful. There was little extravagance in the matter of dress In Dunham, and this little was not encouraged. Mrs. Fra ser had a new bonnet from Bangor each spring. A few of her privileged friend always made a call UKn her to look at It, to be able to make th necessary annual alterations In their own millinery. The one establishment that did a thriving business was the coi ner store, where groceries and dry goods were old. Air. Timothy Fraser was the proprietor, and also the village Hst matter. The mall was brought by the coach running between iiangor and Cherry Mold; the rumble of Its wheels, and tho sound of the brake as It came down High 11111, were the signal for the vlllugers lo turn their steps towar...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 November 1901

MARSHALL ' KEPUhUCAN. 7 "Fwraapa it'll toll a wkMike la, then, said Mrs. PhlpjKwU. sarcastic emphasis. - ' ' r" Well, I don't mind telling you; he's a coo It on a barkaatlne, that' what he It. Mr. Phlpp reached out one hand toward the table for support: "I don't believe It, she said. 'Well, It'a what be told Timothy Prater; Joseph felt he had created the do ulred lmpretloa,-' and now allowed ItU chair to ret It front leg on the floor, and began putting wood UtM the kitchen tov. What lie vou a-doln' of. Joseph Phlnot? Inquired Mr. Phlpp, half ane-rllv. "He's a human critter, and he must be hungrier than all noes. He'll probably relish some o that cooking you've been o cartful about, aald Jo eepb. putting In another stick. "He won't get any hot victual, 1 caa tell you. Some bread and cold meat U all he'll et down to In thU house to-ulitht. eald Mm. Phi tin. Hut her heart relented, and when William wan called to upper, the ta ble wan abundantly spread. A certain eooliie in Mr. Philips'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 November 1901

6 MAKSHAI L REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Mehards'.bugglesjend eurrlee. 3Wt Mitt Nelll Kennedy drove ia from Shackelford Monday. C. M. Buckser aide a business trip to Hlggiasvllle Monday. Mr. and Mrt. Joe RobertioD, of Mt Leonard, were In town Monday. Walter Pyle and wife, of Wana maker, vltlted our city Monday. Mrt. M. Horrlgaa, of Mt. Leonard, wan shopping In this city Monday. Mrt. John McLennan and brother, nf Mt. Leonard, were here Monday. Mrt. J. C. Wlthert, of Falrvllle, wit a vltlUir In thlt city on Monday. Mlttet Alice King and Georgian Fletcherhaverelurned from Savannah. When you want a flrst-class turn nut In the livery line, call a'. Reld't. .11) -It Mrt. Andrew Olton hat returned from a pleatant vltlt with frlendt at Macon. Mr. and Mm. Carter, of Mt. .eon ard, were .hopping In Marthall on Monday. Ie P. Vlley wat In Pettlt county last Friday and Saturday, on a real ettate deal. Mrt. Bud Button, of North Dakota, I'-vlsltlng her mother, Mrt. Higglnt, of Iferadon. D. B. Wltche...

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. — 8 November 1901

V MARSHALL KKIUhLICAN. 9 ieamaam BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB awa anon bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW i lwlW purify I I If the tnthtr'ttiM wine awav the blotches from her akin M easily aa ahedoea the caricature' with its pimply face, the wdhio oe a nappy , Plan plea and erupttonr itnananiararure- r to a "Womaif. thev ake her aeneitlvsj and tmhaBoy. The -wav to cleanse the akin U to the blood. r. lerce'a Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood, awl re move the clogging accumulation and poisons which corrupt it. When these are removed, pimples, bolls, eruptions, antes, and other consequences of impure blood are entirely cured. "For shout one jrmr ami a half mv face waa rrry badly broken out," write. MIm Carrie Adama. of iiA.Wrat Main At., Psttlrcrrek. Mich. " I iwnl a sreat drat of money with doctor, and far different kind of medicine, but received bo bent At, At laat 1 otitalnrd a tmttleof Dr. Firm's nnlden Medical Dlarorery, Before I had takes one bottl of Ihla medicine I noticed s chanirr, snd after t...

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. — 8 November 1901

10 MARSHALL MPUBLICAN. TBAimiTlH PlOOUMiTIOW. PfMMMt'lMMTCit DMiMtNrhri7i m 1. mm Washington, Nov. 2.- President Roosevelt to-day Issued bit proelama lloa flxlag Thursday, November 29, m ft dfty Of BBtlOael thanksgiving. It follows: PROCLAMATION. "The wiHi la sigh when, accordlag to tee time-hallowed cation of our people, the president appoints a day aa the especial occasion for pralee sod thaaksg Ivlag to God. "This Thanksgiving flBdethe people till bowed with eorrow over the death of great sad good president. We mourn President MuKlalejr; we io loved sad honored hla, sad the bibb aer of hit death should awftkea la the breasts of our people a keea anxiety for the country, and, at the ibbm tine, a resolute purpose not to be driven by any calamity from the path of strong, orderly, popular liberty, which as nation we have thus far safely trod. "Yet, in spite of this great disaster, It Is nevertheless true that no people on earth have such abundant cause for thanksgiving as we have. Th...

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. — 8 November 1901

MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN. II LOCAL IftlEF. Buff lee, buggies. Menard h Son. For bugg lee and aurrlaa ss Ma hards'. 3 4t Vletor Btapletoa, of Miami, spent Saaday la this city. Oo to Loomls St Gross for candle of amy description, 40 fit All photos ma at th 30th Century Gallery are up-to-date and guaran teed. 40 4t Col. James Sparks cam la Satur day aad will reaata a few dajra at bone. Looml Oroee will terra your parti aad reception la up-to-date style. 40 fit Mr. Cliff Goodwin baa returaed froai a eaort ? lelt to Lexington rela tives. Misses Lou aad Maud Blackburn, of Blotter, were In shopping Wed netdejr. Photos 60c, 85e aad II per dotes and up. 40 4t aOrU CZMTURY GAIXXRY. Mitt Harriet Brown le entertaining Mlee Retta Qreeaabaum, of Miami, this week. . Miss Iva Of borne and Horace Hawklat, drove to Miami Huadajr to visit Mice Lilly Bell. Mlsaea Beetle aad Ida Belbert, of Miami, were shopping la this city Monday aad Tuesday. H. 8. Tucker, who shipped tve ears of eattle to St. LouU, Saturda...

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. — 8 November 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, Sunday School Lessen for Vercabar 10. 1901. -IB. a 1706-1636. KXODUH i: I'M. Egypt l that time m the most civ Hired country la the world. Many human causes led the shepherds of Canaan to this fertile country. The foolish Jealousy of older brothers, the conttnuency of Joseph, his promotion to the premiership of Egypt, unfavor able season and short crops. This t the human side, but God was ordering It all, to found In affliction a hardy und virtuous nation that should be the progenitor of the Savior of the world and the coniervator of His re vealed will to men. Jehova Is the God of nations as well as the God of Indi vlduals. Egypt, Palestine, Greece, llabylon and Home-are but the shut tles driven by the hand of Omnlpltence through the warf and woof of time, weaving out His universal plan. Ho God hero gives us the virtuous, pious, temiterutu stock from which Iscral nhould spring. The virtuous, noble life of Joseph secured for Israel the fruitful plain of Gohan n...

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. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL.--REPUBLICAN. . . . . i t VOL X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 15, 1901, 1 . j r HUH H NO. 41. NOTICE OP SFBCIAL ELECTION. Whereas, at a meeting of the Board of At dermen held at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 13th day of November, 1901, the follow ing Ordinance was passed by the Board and approved by the Mayor, to-wi$; An ordinance submitting to the legal voters of the City of Marshall a proposition for said City to incur a debt for the purpose of erect ing water works and an electric light plant, nnd lo provide for the collection of an annual tax to pay the interest thereon and to cousti tute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of such indebtedness. ( Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Marshall as follows: Suction i. There shall be submitted to the qualified voters of the City of Marshall, at special election to be held for that purpose, on Tuesday, the loth day of December, 1901, a proposition for said City to incur an ..add...

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. — 15 November 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the PoitoHoe In Marshall, Mo., aa MOOdclM saatur. TERMS: ll.Oe PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Mltor. MAUMLl, MISSOURI, MOVBMBRR 15. -9I' J. R HUNTER, Uwyac, (remtrlr Owar Hanur.) Ottet or Rank or Halln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Wellington was victorious not the one re siding in Maryland. Gorman has a fearful appetite. He gor tnanized the whole state of Maryland. The knowing ones say that President Roosevelt's forth coming message will be a "trust buster." Down in Arkansas they atop funeral pre clusions to identify the dead. That job might be left to St. Peter. Mrs. Mary E Lock, in Chicago and Mrs. W. M. Sternberg, in Wichita, wanted to marry by telephone, but the law cut off con nection. A new and strange light appeared in the east recently, a puzzle to astronomers. We guess it was the after election morning sun, shining on the bald head of David Bennett Hill. King Edward, of England, and various other places, has a new title and ...

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. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL ICPUBLICAN. 5 la Hoaor of Mrs Richer. NicoWs, Jr. Thursday afternoon wn an ideal dayjfor the reception given by Mr a Richard Nicolda, Sr.', ni her subur baa heme in honor of Mra. Richard Nieolds, Jr., who ia one of the No, veaber bridea. Mrs. Nicotd en tertain with true Southern hoipl talky and her receptions are so free froii anything approach ini the for mal that they are always enjoyed. Punch wan served front a daintily appointed 'table during, tiie'aftcr noon and later, brick cream,, flogel fiNid, macaroons and fancy 'rake. Mrs. F. D. Montgomery, Misses Edith Mitchell and Stella Hicks assisted Mra Nicold. t A mi uu u mr 6 We carry a complete T HlOCK OI ' J IfrcsliMdrtf Meats, $ The bent the market af 2 fords. Courteous treat inent and equal prices to J all. Respectfully, w. v. mm. & (0.. 0 South Side Q MnrHhall. Mitwouri. .,.. . We Hake s M ptotts j Aa you can get in the & Htnto, and $1.00 to Sl.fiO chaer on the dozen. We alm make Photon at 50 ceittn, 85 cent an...

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. — 15 November 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Miai'iy Cins. SHAKRSPBAB CLASS. The Shskeepeare class couplet ed the stady of the "Merchaat of Veaice at the regular meetiaf st Moaday atoralaf. The Meeting was called to order by the chair ii, M rt-Ameat, aad roll call was rwpovded to by qaotatioas froai the play. The readiag of the aiiaates was followed by a paper by Miss Hicks oa "The Three Complex Knots." Mrs. C. W. Pareat had a. paper on "Portia aad Skytock,, Showing How the. DrssMtic Action of the Play Taras Aboat Them;" a moat excellent one, as ahe had gives the sabject much study. A paper, "Jewish Women' by Mrs. Jske Fisher, showed careful sad thoughtful preparation aad dieted a general discussion. Entertaining short talks upon tke characters, were msde by Mes dames Carter, Hagedorn, Bell, Brandon aad Hardin. Miaa Laurie's paper on "The Moral Value of the Play," was en thuaiaaticslly received. A gener al ditcaaaioa, "Is More Benefit to be Derived from the Study of Com edyor Tragedy," completed the ...

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. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL ICPUBLICAN. Dr PRICES Cr?ra Baking Powder The difference of cost between a good and a poor baking powder would not amount for a family's supply to one dol lar a year. The poor powder would cause doctors bills many times this. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the most economical in the end, because it goes further in leavening and insures perfect, wholesome food. Used always in making the biscuit and cake it saves both health and money. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, most healthful of fruit acids. K. add. to Slater, It 20. Jinn lr Foley to John G. Jones, lots 7, 8,9, to, ii, 12,13, 14, 15, 16, 17, iS, 19, block 5, and lot 18, Mock 8, Oraad Pan, f 600. Stephen Washington et al. to W. 3. Hollaad, 98 acres, east side of sort ties it quarter of aortk west quar ter, 34.49.21, $336. A. J. Vanmeter to Wilber L. Da vis, 18 acres, east aide of northwest quarter, 29 41-22, 360 Boatmen' Bank to Margaret El ore. lota 6, 7, block 9, Baker's S. B. add. to Slater, $120. wsfw rnsc...

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. — 15 November 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. octmoii I IYFC FORCE OP PRECBDBNT 54 toot o IIY THHOOOMA GARRISON. From Muns 's Mamslne. The child had been readlnr for more than m hour, coaeleatlovtly avoiding the but worai, ih drinking in me 11017 like a thirsty bee In the heart of a hoMvtuckle. She read the last 1 1 net aloud, her hlgh-pttebad vole sounding strangely tfcroaga the deserted studio: Love Immortal ea4 young, In the endless Ho tkraecb the FUtsmUi waodi tasnit on wsirt Uia brMtTfreetMlijii, "Tka flauiahls nf MlUa StudUfeH lid from her haad. and her brown head aaak back la Ite Beet of yellow cushions. The wmdow waa open aad the May breeie rioted gently with the curtains. A great bar of sunshine fell obllauely across the room. Be low, lu the street, the olty crlea blend ed with toe striatal music or a oarrei oman. The child sighed luxurious!. M like to visit Cousin Molly, even wnen she isn't nere, sne inougnt. 1 wish I didn't have to go home ever. hope when I go back I shall have the measles agai...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL KCPUBLICAN. 7 W d . Picsctwi mmm, who are jatradaesd I large nmHt Avh jw mm basHst sir Mb who celt tMeTywaag iiwii awHher. M it paealsrly jmM that MMnnVT M um ros ef beauty, aad Um wen mm faded fm another te ww 1 Um MM. Bet (tie hard to believe that aetnre i to oacri- ImUm rightfal or her nmj m aanaT lo carry Owt A aetata! fuactloa of her bring;. And taw dose BOC TtMBMM ad aaaVrtoge lacldeat to MtiMraoodara, lo a large ex tent, unnatural. Th lei proved fey the mm of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre emption, which prevents aad curea mwa. tmaqaUkwe Um aervea, eaeeer era Um appetite, ladaeee refreehtLg lee, aad atafcea Um haby'a advent prac tically natolces. Hn OrH atttea, of Dewatee, Dean Co., Wla, wrltcst I ha beta tataafa;towTfcaloy rr tittm my bby waa bara la rveara to tail yoer pavame rTaseriattoa) aaa eoee for km, 1 caaaot atalai it eeaaah, for 1 kae aot ban a wH far ytara aa Tarn aow. la Jaly Ual I bad a baby bay, mlabt u Mm.aatfl waaoaly t a taon Ubm, aaa Mt I mm $p mart not I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 November 1901

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Priag QalU Wall. The pressing seed of special trade treaties m a mui of stlmulatlag in duatrlal activity le aot app areat from the latest outgiving of. the Treasury Bureau of Statistic. The showing Is the other way. A am teas maaufac urera have heea quite as busy In 1901 a the were la 1900. The total In porta of manufacturers' materials Id mm bmv mi. nsvjfj wvm. fvwHi her IMIt were gnejit la valae thaa those of the correspond tag moatas of last jeer, although aa analysis of the Imports, article by article, ahowa that In many cases the prices per unit of quantity have decreased. This de crease lu price Is so strongly marked that In many cases while the figures of value show a decrease in the nine months of 1901 an compared with those of 1900, the figure of quantity for the same period show an'lncrease. For Instance. Impor when measured lie value t reduction In 11)01 as compared' with 1900, while the quantity Imported In 1101 shows an Increase of more than 5,000...

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. — 15 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 VIIF MarnMbisaiii Eftff WWKMI RKVIVO OTAUTY TNI ffff gtFSsSgTo For sale In Marshall by R. H, Franklin, Druggist. DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ? iwiid In your name unci address and if t our Catalogues of All kluds of Merchandise at prices defying competition. Fully lllutlrat- im) catalogue tent on receipt of I (to for pott age. KAIIN.QRKEN A BKRdKR, m to Ml Dearborn Ht.,Ohlcao, III gBjm()atelogue mailed during July. i mi tee nt' mm get religion things sorter ekaaged aroaa', Tka kens was topsy-turvy, Ik worl' was aaejdedowai didn't know what hit u 'peered Ilka we'd started wrong) Ufa had to be made over to his balk I ale aoflgl Twi In tka winter Maioai Mailt In tklt nwnjrt Ha palled tka klver off na long Tom tka break e' day I "SHIr roen'l Hlr roan 'I he'd boiler all ap an' down tka stairs Tfcls Ufa's too abort far sleeptn'i rise ap far famly prayersr Wa erawlad eat from tkat klver with moarafal alghi an1 arena. Tkeleetkeftta a-eketterla' Ilka Mlaatral beetla' beae...

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