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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TIE ffOlLDl FAIL PI kb and loops of the lutaraational Ei petition at 8t LeiU in 1003. Adopted by th Beard of Ditto ton. Oolebratiof tba Oenton ski of the Loalalana Porebue- Tbe foundation plan of tho St. Louis World' fair will be that of an ex position, both national and interna tional In Its character, so that not-only the people of the Louisiana Purchase Territory, but of our Union, and all the nations as well, can participate. It will be so projected and developed as to Insure the active Interest of all the peoples of the world and induce their participation upon a scale with out parallel In any previous exposi tion. It will present In a special degree, and In a mosteomnrehcnslve manner, tho history, tho resources and the de velopment of tho states and territories lying within tho boundaries of the Louisiana Purchase, showing what It was and what It is: what It contained and produced in 1803; what Itcontalns and produces in 100.1. It will make It plain that...

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. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 A MISERABLE MAM. Tw Tun an lis Months WitkMt SUtp. Sleep wan to be is many cases a Matter of habit, just m Mllag and drinking are habits. The Arab whose dcartt lut la4a to abstemiousae, de cline the offer of a draught of water, laying, "No thank you, I drank Tester day." He drinka only when tklr-tv, and like hit own camels, ka can go and far without water. It'a much the aanie with aleep. Wku Gabet and Hue, the French missiona ries, were exploring Tartary tker en gaged in the trauslatUm of tka tcrif Even when tka diaeate waa far advance!, when tkera were hemorrhages, night aweata, emaciation and great weakness. "Golden Medical Discovery" ka cured the diaeaae and restored the atrcngtk. WHAT VKW MKN KNOW, ia that catarrh in iu commoneat or simplest form ia a menace not merely to health but to life. Catarrh of the lunga it but a atep removed from con eumpUoa. Catarrhal affectiona akonkl therefore never be neglected. They an aa dangerous aa they are offenalve. "For...

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. — 29 November 1901

s - MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A tarn eotoflri Grave. Whether it was hypnotism or a rare exhibition of determination, Call Atheno, who wan burled In a coffin under four feet of dirt, at Eleventh and Wyandotte street last Monday night, accomplished exactly what he aid he would, He remained burled under ground 120 hours without re celvlng food or water, and, apparent ly asleep. At the ringing of an alarm clock at 9 o'clock last night be went into con vulslons, which lasted probably a minute. Then he stood up, with his long tangled hair falling over his forehead to his eyebrows, and bowed to the 3,00(1 people who stood Inside the enclosure, and tried to speak. At llrst he could not articulate, but in a minute he began to talk to those about him. He recognised friends around him and shook hands heartily. Hut his limbs were stiff when helHr past ed htm over the high billboard fence Into tli arms of firemen on a high ladder. His wife and two young men were pushed over the fence, too. Then the f...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL ILTUBLlCAtl. 9 LOCAL IN tRIEF. Go to Loomts 4 'Groan for candles of every description. 40 Si Mr. and Mr. Alee Long war In the city this week from Shackelford. D. B. Robinson, of Mi. Leonard, ui trading la the city Saturday. T. E. Hogge aad B. r. Bray were dinner guests at Hotel Hurt rrlday. Loomls A Gross will eerre your parties and receptions la up-to -data style. 40 6t P. C. Blackburn, of Blosser, waa Interviewing our merchant! on Sat urday. All photos made at the 30th Century Gallery are up-to-date and guaran teed. 40 4t Mrs. Konnttle and Mra. M. W. Walker, of Malta Bend, were In Mar hall this week. Mr. J. W. Carter has returned from Kansas City, where she attended the flower show. Born, to Mr. aud Mm. T. W. Lacy at their home on South (well, Friday Nov. 22. a baby boy. Miss Gussle Sohwerlner and MUa Mary Berg took In the flower ahow at Kaotaa City thla week. Mrs. Robert Campbell attended the great flower show at Kansas City, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Samuel DavU was one...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL lti IRIEF. Ci. H. Anesbury, of Uardeman, wm In tows Monday. . Mm. T. U.(!Vlor. of Shackelford, wm la town Monday. Miss Fannie Pugh, of Orearvllle, v In I ted Marshall this week. Misses HessleOrear and Ellen Wil son bra visiting In Kansas City this week. n. C. Home, of Jefferson Cl'.y, spent Sunday In Marshall with his family. J. C. Cunningham, of the Miami neighborhood, was In the county seat Monday. P. If. Itea and Phil Ott. of Sedalla, left Monday Morning for Oklahoma on business. D. S. Coffman, of the Nelson neigh horhood, was doing business In the city on Saturday. I). M. Claggctt, of Longwood, was In the city Tuesday attending the Sun duy School Institute. Mrs. J. W. Horner, of Alma, arrlv rd In the city Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Campbell. Miss Esma Iteynolds went to Slater Monday morning for a visit with her brother, Pete Iteynolds. Phil Ott, wife and children, of Se dalla, arrived In the city Saturday to visit P. II. Ilea's family. Mrs. Em...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II SLATER. Messrs. Geoi Crockett is! Claude Alexander spent Sunday la Slater. Miss Okie Dyer, 'of Kansas City, Is the guest of Mitt Ethel Lane tbls week. Janet and Turner Reld are home from Columbia for tbe Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. B. V. Mead and daughter Mlts Delta, are being entertained by friends and relatives this week. Mrs. L. A. Buck and little son re turned to their home In Marshall) af ter several weeks visiting at borne. Miss Amanda Oallaher Is the guest of Miss Vera Norrls. Mlts Norrls has recovered from a few dajrs Illness of last w'eek. Charlie Hamlin, of Drexel, Mo., will spend Thanksgiving with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamlin. Mrs. Hamlin's mother, will alto spend the holidays here. The school donation of warm cloth ing, wholesome food, etc., was large and choice, as usual this year, and if It does the recipients one half the good it has done the givers, It Is well. Rev. It Caldwell will leave for Ma con, Mo., Wednesday, having closed a ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 November 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. k Ooldn WaMiaf Animey. Oliver Hons sad wife had shared the Joys ad sorrows of (he marriage state just one-half a century Monday, November iVJth. Time and custom hat marked fifty year of life together la the marriage relation at an occasion for a celebration designated by the term, "Golden Wedding." So, as this dear old couple bad come down the "corridor of time" together unto this day, their celebration took place Monday. The Houx home on Kast North street was a sweet, tad scene as we looked In upon the life-play that was being enacted there. A family circle had gathered together, representatives of two generations. Children and grand children all present, except Bessie Hnux Taylor and her little son, who urn In the far-away Bast ana could not come. O. E. Bellas and wife, of Mayview, were present. Mr. Bellas Is a brother of Mrs. Houx, while his wife Is a half-sister of Mr. Houx. The home was very prettily decorat ed In yellow. In the dining-room the tmhln was...

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. — 6 December 1901

MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. DECEMBER 6. 1901. NO. 44. CONGRESS. Monday, December 2 At noon to day the fifty-seventh congress convened at the nation nl capital. Precisely at I a o'clock Senator Fry, of Maine, president pro tem of the Sen ate, called the senate to order. Alter prayer ly the blind chaplain, Rev. Win. Milbnrn, the credential of new Senators' were prevent ed. There were C. H. Deitrirk ai d J. H. Millard, of Nebraska; A. B. Kettridge, of South Dakotn, and Paris Gibson, of Montana, to whom the oath was administered by Mr. Pry. The usual resolutions were offered by Senator Cullon, of Illinois, that the House be notified that the Senate was ready to proceed to business; by Senator Allison, of Iowa, that the hour of meet lug be 12 o'clock; by Senator Hale, of Maine, that a commit'ec of two sena tors le uamid to join similar committee of the House, to inform the President that Cong ress was in session. Senator McLanrin, of South Caraliana, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the PoitoBlce in Marshall, Mo., at eoond-claM natter. TERMS: 11.00 PEIl YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, E Her. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, DRCRMBRR 6, I90I. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Orciir llunler.) Oflteeover Hrnik or Matin MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Vote for the issuance of bonds for the water works. A vote for the water bonds is a vote to pro tect your home. All property in Marshall is at the mercy of possible fire without any sort of protection. Every citizen should vote on the bond ques tion for the benefit of the whole. Let the council be vested with authority to act, and the legal questions may be settled afterwards. A contract is an agreement between parties, for reciprocal considerations, to do or not to do specified things. It binds mutually, and the failure of one party releases the other. Self-preservation is the first law of nature. The people of Marshall owe it lo themselves to protect their lives and their property by auth...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Moaaay Ck. The regular raveling of the Home Department was held Mon day morning, Decemtter and, at ten o'clock, with Mrs C. W. Par ent, director of the nee t ion in the chair. The program on "Charac ter Building" wan lead by Mrs. K. E. Conway, Mm. W. P. Sharp act ing as critic Bach member res ponded to roll call with a gem on noble living. The first paper by Mrs. W. F. Sharp on "The Incon sistency of Trying to Influence by Precept und not by Example" was a fine production, setting forth sen sible and practical ideas of great value to all. Mrs. 0. W. Parent had for her subject. "A Selfish Ambition the Root of Unhappiness." Mrs. Par cut's arguments were illustrated by facts ou the lives of historical chnracters, special mention being made of Niipolcon and Greely. It was a thoughtful paper and was well received. A delightful paper wav read by Mrs. J. C. Brandon on ' TlieChoive of Books " This old, yet ever new subject was handled with skill making it a very ent...

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. — 6 December 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Notice of Special Election Whereas, at a meeting of the Board of Aldermen held at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 13th day of November, loot, the follow ing Ordinance was passed by the Board and approved by the Mayor, to wit: 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 erecting water works and an electric light plant, and to provide for the col lection of an annual tax to pay the interest thereon and to constitute 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 at follows: Suction i. There shall be sub mitttd to the qualified voters of the City of Marshall, at a special elect ion to be held for that purpose, on Tuesday, the 10th day of Decem ber, 1901, a proposition for said City to incur an additional debt of seventy ($70,000.00) thousand dollars to erect Water Works and au Electric Light ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

MAISHALL IEPUBLICAN. I r V s rr r Ftdttk Infancy To Age Unkali far lala. It It the beat end moat effective remedy forctrildrca. BKaT IccnuwItUimteanU safe Ulng madt entirety of haimlcea isgrtdlenla. RUT became it Uucn Ittllating nnd never grirm or caatc pain 01 lirtlitlon. KT bntiiH It li Mini nud i ir fall. HUT because "CkfUnu Ukiitiaifor it, HURT rcauc Ita tunic prcrettkn ate so good and ao ettcagthetlitg that I) keeps the little once in Sne, heatlyondllon, ltHadanrolhlagttre WHIe tabiea violent calkanka that rack and rend their llltlc toile v 1)CNT DO IT gtwthetTI I.AXAKOLA. lor ron Ipetlor. , coaled tongue, simple cuM, intlemneM, leaa nf sleep and fevera It it invelaalile. A few drocan tc give With safety to very young bsMet, and h wilt ofltn reHere colic t y tat eltlrg the wind aad gat that canee it. It will aid difratton, relieve reelleie sxs. auUt uatara and ladae ate?. Great reHef It eipcrletKcd when. admliiUtcted to young c'.:il!rtainrlag fremdtetthcea.acctmt anlrdwilh whil...

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. — 6 December 1901

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Farm' Satfliea- This topic opens up a question of far-reaching resources for argument In favor of the affirmative aide of the case, and the aame reaaona that In duced the writer to always believe that protection to home Industries Is a wise national policy Impel htm to atand up for the equally aound policy of patron Iting the home merchant through sun ahlne and shadow. The abuse of a right principle does not necessarily Justify setting aside the principle Itself, and while protection as a national pol icy, like the course of a river, has been dlverttd from lu regular chan nel and made to foster and propagate syndicates, trusts and monopolies, It Is some consolation at least to know that even If all the people are not ben eflclarles the wealth Is In the hands of Americans Instead of foreigners; and instead of killing the goose that laid the "golden egg," we should only pro ceed to break up the nest and prevent the old goose from laying all the eggs In one baske...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

MARSHALL ICrUALlCAN. 7 "IfiiiiliMlHftillaltft That taring i to have been bora M IM ht superstition deep noted in hu itv. It to akin to that other aavlna " He hughe beat who leagha lest" Per MM UMM OM Mtltar Baying t to ai mrvival of IbeoM mm belief Uiere that a dMplay of aeepiasss waa likely to in cur the envy or tba god and to draw dowa tba visHetioa of the i which to twia to envy. it 1 be a rMieloiM tvoooakloa to lira that bad to tba accessary outcome of nod. But Jaat aa many a day wbkb begins wkh a cloudless aby aada ia ly aa ere at ta Ufa waica fromiica only haaaiaeta aada la dUap pointmcat aid misery. law w very una as bhihi. iae young wife goea baatt aad aoal iato home making aad benaakeeaing. She lovea to cook and prepare tat dainties ber huahaad enjoys. She to ao robutt and hearty that aba eaa hardly Had enough to do to eahauat her abundant energy. That'a the way It begin. Af ter a while she finds that It takee aU her strength to care for her home. Thea household carea begin...

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. — 6 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Go to Loonls & Gross for candles of every description. 40 5t Mrs. Ablel Leonard entertained Mn. Wilbur Johnson, of Boonvllle, this week. Loomls A Gross will serve your parties and receptions In up-to-date style. 40 Ct Mrs. N. F. Randolph and son, have returned from a visit with friends In Kansas City. Miss Louise Noble has gone to 8t. Louis for an extended visit to Mrs. Georgia Brunaugh. Vote for the water bonds If you want good, soft water In your houses and at half the old rates. Miss Lilly Sparks, who has been visiting In Kansas City, has returned to her home In this city. Mrs. Annie Wllhlte returned Satur day morning from Chicago, where she has been the past two months. MONfcY TO LOAN-1100,000 of home money at a Low ratk. 41-4t Lkk P. Viunr. George and Ralph Dugglns. who have been visiting at home for a few days have returned to their schools. Misses Fanale Wood anil Pattle Page were the guests of Mrs. A. A. Wallace, of Hu nee ton, severa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 Mm who look Much older than they are never afptar to Mtek d&ed. 3 a pV-wau LH at with taw wile who keep tier the s AVM "I waa a frt aVrrr fpH freaa dyiptpiiU for ovtr two yean, and waaacora w iMt nhyalcal wrrtk." writn Mr. rYratoa) K. remjcrmaclKr. of Kcypt, Uhlah Co.. ra. "I alts "uffrrrd much wllh con Mlpattoa. I tried many dlaVtral mtdkinra which were mwnmttKlcd to cure the trouble but Iheae only marie me worar. I nail each a weak and drmlluted appfaraacc that H .aeemad a If I had hardly any blood In my whole body. At Uat ,1 came acraai an adeertlameal of Dr. rterce'a. I at one tried Dr. Meice'a Jolden Medical Macovery, and neaatat Mteta I nied about eight WaU of the '! ' "d ,r" bottlea of the Macoeery' which brought mm back to my former aUtc of health." Dr. Fierce'a Pellet curse coattlpatioa. aaatrealy beauty. The 01 neann ana aaly vigor which with health ia mrtritioo. When the atosMch and other or. fans of digestion a ad autritioa are diataatd there k...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

7 r ' - .1 'I 10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Judge Samuel Davis Is holding court at Lexington this week. Kd Pemberton spent Thanksgiving with his wife In Kansas City. Joseph llatnll attended tho foot ball game In Kansas City Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. IUndolph and son. Ora, spent Thanksgiving in Kan sas City. John W. Uose, of Highland, Is en tertaining his sister, Mrs. II. F. Melr, of Paris, Mo. Rev. Cha. F. Thomas has been en gaged this week In holding a series of meetings at Miami. Miss Minnie Putsch spent Thanks giving In Kansas City, the guest of her sister, Miss Catharlna. Mr. and Mrs. It. f Bryan and Miss I.aura Hryan, of Malta Hend, were tho guests of Miss Minnie King Sat urday. George Dugglnn brought Clare Itusscll, of Warrenshurg, a pupil of Kemper Academy, home with him, to spend Thanksgiving. A congenial party of friends, Rev. Thomas, Charles Holloway, Taylor N'uckles and Cliff Vaughun, have been camplog at the Pinnacles. Thanksgiving day was the 21st birth...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II I A GRAND DUMP SALE Until January 1st, 1902, Everything Slaughtered BESIDES LOT8 OF Holiday Goods, At G, N, Hanson's, 157 W. North Si. 1st door west of N. W. Cor. Hqr. LBruiHli Carpets, reduced to 45-65o Brussels Carpel reduced lO 00-HAc Velvet Caroet reduced to 76-1.00 Axmlnter Carpet re duced to..... 051.10 fV XTTtZ- Hfrap uarpet i& 3U f 7---r nuHiu birnw itiiuitu to 25-35o jBMS3MrSik W ingrain carpet reduced jr Ino-raln CarueU reduced XL' r to as wo 160 Brussels Remnants, Brussel Carpet (or Ruga or Saddle Blanket cheap. Straw Mattings 15c, 18c, 23c, to 45c. Laos Curtain 76 cent, .was $1.25 Lace Curtain 98 cent, wat... 1.60 Lace Curtain 1.23, wa 2.00 Lace Curtain from 76o to $12.50 per pair. Rope Portiere $1.98 worth $2.76. Rope Portiere 2.25 worth 3 76. Rope Portiere 3.75 worth 6.00. Rope Portiere $4.60, 6.00, 6.25, 5.60, 0.00 and 0.60. . .bibm vmzr -Jim- mm (JH worth of Rug to be slaugh Wtered until January lit. Balance ent hack to factory. Small Ruga...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 December 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LATER. George Qulsenberry U itlll on the Dick list. Chas. Pearson, colored) died Wed nesday, After a long Illness. Mrs. C. Whit Williams left Wed nesday for few days visit la How ard county. Our first snow, Wednesday, It not hailed by the boys with great delight, because there Is so little of it. Miss Sarah Green, of Louisiana, spent a few days visiting Mrs. Cha. Green and other friends In Slater. We regret very much that we can report little Improvement In the Ill ness of Miss Sadie West's mother In Wert Slater. Misses Nina Howard, Mabel Price and Lou Caldwell and Messrs. James and Turner Held have returned to their respective schools, after spend ing Thanksgiving at borne. Wm. II. Kcyton. always allvo to the needs of the farmers, has bought a corn shredder and Is going to start out Monday morning to contract with farmers to prepare cheap feed for their stock. Mr. Chas. Lane, of Hattlo Creek, Mich., Is visiting with his brother, A. II. Lane, this week. Mr. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 December 1901

X. ? 3 MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. DECEMBER If. 1901. NO. 4S. MAStttEBTlNG- Mats meeting wu held ia the county court room to-day at a p. ., and on motion J. W. Spark wu aelectrd as chairman and P. E. Rigney, secretary. Senator Ernest D. Martin slated the object of the meeting to be the selection of delegates to attend the County Convention to be held in Marshall, Dec. 14th, toot, for the purpose of effecting s complete county organisation and the appointment of committees in each town ship in the county to have supervision over raising products, etc , for an exhibit at the World's Pair in St. Louis in 1903. On motion a committee whs selected to e port a list of delegates, which committee re ported the following as delegates to attend the county convention next Saturday: J. C. Patterson, O. P. Sturm, Jot. Hsmill, K. S Saudige, J. H. Hunter, P. H. Rea, B. A. Jones, Roht. Thompson, R.5. Robertson, June K. King. J. M. Sphar, W. S Newell, J. W. Sparks,...

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