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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

10 MARSHALL If rUBLKJAN. SLATER. Mini Marlon Drake was nick a few days thli week. Geo. QuUeaberrjr It very sick and hit recovery Is doubtful. Mr. and Mm. Jud Drown will spend ChrliUBM with Mrs. Brown's parents. Mrs. R. D. Qulsenberry Is enter talnlnher sister and children this week. Little Miss Clementine Green has been quite sick for a few days, but Is now much better. Mr. and Mrs. Scarrltt, of Kansak City, are visiting their mother, Mrs. J. Spencer, this week. Mrs. I A. Buck Is expected this wek to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. P. C. Htorte. Altlio It rained and the mud was very bad, still there was a large crowd around each Christmas tree. Minn Belle Powell spent this week In Kansas City. She will attend the Hlato Teachers' Association one day. The Dulaney Broj. and their faml He left this morning for Hale, Mo., where they will be members of the family reunion at that place. Albert Parks hail quite a serious accident this morning. He and his brothers had started hunting,...

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. — 27 December 1901

MAISMAU imiiUCAW. II Amu t iw mmn. Missouri Pacific Railway iiiTRUiii "(Mr Start UK" VIA PUEBLO, Dirret to GLKNWOOD SPRINGS, MANITOU SPRINGS ANDAt.t.THR f mns tevts the Kitties NMLEIARYSEIYICE. HKR NRAHRMT AOKNT r()H KUKTHKH INFORMATION. H.O.TOWNHKNI). O. P.n1T. A.. M. UmiIi.Mo. H Y Wat f out m ,Soothwet Miamuk -' Northwttf ArtanMt, lodiw Xtfril0fy 'WKlf R filet A COPY OF "CURRENT EVENTS," "PUBLIHHRD BYTHR Ksnwut City Southern Ry. N. . WARNRR, O. P. T.'A.,' K.O, He. OerkftMa ItMttJ leeesl., The Chrlattea church school put tbelr fund together and bought food, fuel Md clothing for the needy. Thi certainly wu commendable, It tnuat have Been quite a orlIoe the children Made la giving up the pleat ureof receiving, to become the giver of present. But they have tbelr re ward In the conclouane of knowing they have brought happloeai to otbere. LOCAL IN MIEP. Mlee vira-ie MenevaeMe le ai leg taw fcelldeye with frleede at Mleal. Harry Striker earn frea St. Louie to spend the holidays with heae...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 December 1901

12 HAISJtALL IEPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN MIIF. Harry Hudson and daughter speat Saturday In Marshall. L. L. Lemons, of Carrollioa, la via ItlBf friends In Marshall. R. U. Taylor, of Rmioa. wm a dinner guest at M leg's Saturday. J. G. Reynolds aad A. W. Raid, of Slater, apeat Sunday la Mar than. T. K. Mitchell and C. H. Jones, of Shackleford, war la Iowa Saturday. Saai Martin, of Kaasas City, la via Itlag hla paranu during tbe holidays. J. R. Klbler, of Fort Scott, U the guett of hla titter, Mr. John Watt. MIm Vola Peecher will spend Christ- maa with Mr. aad Mra. A. G. Heekett, of Boonvllle. MUaea Rena and Nellie Hawkins. of Falrvllle, were In Marshall Mon day shopping. Charles Thompson arrived In Mar- dhall Monday to apend the holldaya with hi mother and sister. Congressman James Cooney waa .In Lexington Saturday, aaalatlag In the organisation of an Elk lodge. Mr. aad Mra. A. B. Stewart will be tbe guests of Mr. and Mra. V7. H Fletcher during tbe holldaya. MIm Lottie W ranker, who la attend...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

r MARSHALL REPUBLICAN VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. JANUARY 3. 1902. MISS NtLL OMAR ENTERTAINS. T NO. 45. Mist Nell Orear. who ie home from Christ (ii College. Columbia, spending the holidays with her aether,. Mrs. May H. Oretr. and family, gave a delightful entertainment to a few of her yonng friends tFridsy evening taut, The elegant home was beautifully, .decorated with holly, evergreen, mistletoe and colored electric light net off with superb tapestry, drapery and interspersed with potted .flowers and plants, giving to each room an attractive splendor in harmony with its general coloring. The charming young hosttss, taatily attired and wreathed in the pleasant smile always worn to her innumerable friends, made the evening full with enjoyment to her guests. The evening passed in spirited converts tion and parries of wit, to the delight of the participants and the enjoyment of the few old., er people, who were onlookers. Vocal and instrnmcatal muete conatitnteaV.tha ph...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the PoitoRoe In Marshall, Mo., aa ecoad-olaii natter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER. Miter. MARSHALL. MISSOURI, JANUARY 3, I902. J. H HUNTER Lawyer, (formerly Ormr A Huntor.) Offlo over Rank of Hallne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. President Roosevelt told General Kf ilea to keep quiet. Miles is like Potty, be talks too much. Miss Mary Williams, Lebanon, Ohio; Mrs. Sarah Wilson, Port Ancient, Ohio, and Mrs. Maria Richardson, State Line, Indiana, are triplets, 54 years old. Next! Canada threatens to veto the Hay-Pauuce-forte treaty because England did not ask the consent of Canadian authorities to its adop tion. Let us move Canada down iato Texas and warm ber blood. The prisoners in tbe federal penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas, have been discovered in another attempt at jail-breaking. Only re cently a large number escaped, and their re capture cost several lives. WelMter Davis has emergen from the soli tude of his disapp...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK ! Ratum of the Old Reliable Specialist. aaLa bkI J Tha rawaaantatlvai nf th Tklrun Mrdlral and Ostleal ComBanr. which ha tman ritahlUhnnnChlrarrnovtrag yean, who ara oa ronaniiaa ai Hotel Ming, Monday ,'Jan, 20, one day only, These arc the Diseases Mott Suec at, fully Treated by their Method: KYK-Wak,wntry and aranulatad lld, wild hair, ratarae or mm otar lhaayai, mm aya. Iillndnau anil all dlaaaaa of lha ya or llU are currd without knlfa. Rpae larlr mailt- to ordar. KAR-IVadirn. ilticlnc, roarlnn nolari, IhlrkfiirdrtrumijiniirouUnirllliiicdlachar Kt-f mI live cura itunrantaad In evary rasa. OATAKKIt of all form qnlakly curad to I ny en ml liyournaw inrlfiod. r vim i-annot pall wrlta lor our fniliin mirliomi-tri-ntinriil. Wa carry with u. all nariai'1 iiiaKnoai anu imimrnii aurn aa Anii, npreya. aw. van aim aaa our cn-uan Hal and laatlmonlali. SSrOffice, 4600 Vincennea Ave., Chicago, lit Remember Date, Jn. 20, 1902, at Hotet Ming, Marsha...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. la Society. One of the smartest of the holi day festivities was the reception given by the SansSouci Club Fri day evening at the Mistletoe Club. The spacious rooms, so admirably adapted for entertaining, were beautifully decorated. Pink carnations, palms and fes tooning of Christmas green were lavishly employed in the parlor. The lights of the chandeliers and candelabra were softened by dainty pink shades, which served to carry out the color effect. The ball room was in red and green, a decorative scheme illustrat ed by red carnations palms and trailing piue. The orchestra was placed in one corner of the room and u daintily appointed punch table in another. Miss Rachel Wells, in a pretty white gown, gracefully served the punch. The dining room was dec orated in holly and ropes of cedar were suspended from the chandelier to the walls. The table was cov ered with snowy damask and an exquisite centerpiece of embroid ery. A tall cut glass vase, filled with carnati...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 MoaJay Club Rtetftiosv A memorably pleasant reception of the holiday week was that given Saturday afternoon by the ladies of the Monday club, in honor of their president, Mra. O.S. Hardlo, at their club rooms on West North street. The members were most cordi ally welcomed by a receiving party consisting of the board of directors, Mesdamcs O. S- Hardin, H. D. Ament, C. W. Parent, C. A. Knight, D P. Bell, S. W. Armen trojt, Misses Hicks, Brandon and Emily Black. The club rooms never looked handsomer than they did on this dark stormy afternoon.- Tables covered with exquisite embroidery and candles with dainty pink shades made effective bits of color among the groups of handsomely gowned ladies engaged in animated conver sation. A delightful musical program was rendered by the Music Depart ment and wit greatly enjoyed. Very simple refreshments, consist ing of r-alad sandwiches and coffee were served in the dining room, which was decorated in the club colors, pink ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 0LI0E8 IHTO THE 8EA. Great Battle Ship Missouri U Launched at Newport Hewt. HkvIiiI l I ln Gloln'-lciiircrnt. Newport News, Va., Dec. 28. The flrsVclass battle ship Missouri slowly passed from thoways In the yards of thu Newport News Dry Dock and Ship building Company at 11:12 o'clock this morning. "I namo thee Missouri" were the slmplo words of Miss Marlon Cock rell, daughter of the senior senator from Missouri, as she broke a bottle of native wine against the steel hull. There was no splash of water, no bounding of tho great hull. She passed twice her length from the ways Into the water. Her prow seemed to skim the surface, and then as the keel felt the sea she sank to her water line in the historic waters of Hampton Hoads. The Hags of all nations hung from the lines which were spread from the single lighting mast, which rose near her bow and pasted foro and aft to stern and sharp prow. Above them all, at the topmost point of tho mot, waved the stars and strip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 From Infancy To 4a)ag9 .BBBBBBr aHBBBBBb. .BBBV) LuwkaU tor atllMa tt It the best anil moat effective remedy for children. BKsT UcauMf dispone and luff Ulng made entirely of harmless Ingredients. DK8T because It Is nonlrrllallng ami never gripes or emm pain ot Irritation. BKftT because It U ure ami r.cvtr fall. BKHT because "ClkiUrm Hit ifniatkoriir nKRT because In tunic ptopetlica ate to good and o alrentthcalng that It keepe the little ones In fine, hearty condition. ' ' ' It U n dangerous thing to glee little haMea violent cathanlca that rack'and rend their little lxlle. IKIN'T DO IT glee them LAXAKOLA. Vor romrtlpatlon, coaled tongue, simple cold, restlessness, Josaof aleep and fereralt ti Invaluable. A few dtopa can Ic given with safety to very young hablca.aad k frill often relieve colic tycxjclllrg the wind and gai that cawie it. It will aid digestion, relieve rtalle,. tics, awltt naiurc and Induce sleep. Great relief la experienced when administered to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

3 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Oirli Befciid-Ut OttiWr- Ir. a department .store there li whole world. When you are lost In tho mate of bargains and fluff specu lations, you begin to real lie the size of an up-to-date store. But the shop per have only discovered one hemis phere. The other side lies behind the counter. There Is a great gulf that separates the two sides of store tee the difference between gilts who have nothing to do but buy pretty things, 'charge" them, and the girls who are silently answering the shoppers' queries, says the Denver Times. Going behind the counter Is very much like going behind the scenes at the theater. The shop girl's life Is not half as monotonous as It seems. "Don't you get tired?" an occasi onal shopiier will Inquire, and when the girl says: "Not very," the shop per mentally remarks: "Heroic." Hut the girls themselves do not pose a heroines or martyrs. They are living their lives, and It is not all work behind the counter. To begin with, the standpoint of...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

mjjjm-pm K If 1 l1u MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 V v Oct. 8baw'a Pall to ta Oablast. Washlngtoa, Deo. 38. H ! an tiounced authoritatively that Gov. Lei He M. Shaw, of low, would be ep pointed secretary of the treasury to ucceed Secretary Lyman J. Gage. There will be bo change la the oce of secretary of agriculture, Meeeetacy Wilton, alio of Iowa, coatlautaff to retain that portfolio. The date of the transfer of the treasury depart ment will depend on the mutual con venleace of the outgoing and Incom luir secretaries. Mr. Gage having sig nified an entire wltllagaesi to kmabiti at the head of hla department until uch time as It aay be agreeable to bli successor to take hold. It li sup posed, however, that Gov. Shaw will be Inducted Into hi new office lome time In January Thu prospaetlvt cabinet member g recognised ai a cloie student of econ omic matters li one of the state's big gent men politically, asd a power In national affair to an extent that hai placed hli name MBOBg Ike sreelden tla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN RIIF. Alex. Reynolds returned to Chicago Tuesday. J. T. Comb and wife apent Sunday at Gilliam. Mr. J. M. Patterson hat an attack of the grip. E. B. Card, of Malta Bead, was ia town on Monday. M. K. Farmer went to Kansas City Tuesday morning. Will Hoffman returned Moadayeven Ing from St. Louis. Mrs. K. S. Place hat been quite tick during the holiday. J. II. Schleuter and brother went hunting on Tuesday. K. J. Welch was shaking hand with friends here Monday. Henry Harvey, of Falrvllle, was a visitor in town Tuesday. J. F. Marr, of Ridge Prarle, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. J. W. and .t. K. Blackburn was In Marshall from Uloster on Monday. Will Orear and others spent Mon day eveolng with Miss Kthel Sharp. BARGAINS. Fine Pianos and Organs at Reduced Prices. R. N. Ranu. 48-4t Mrs. A. G. Heskett, of Booavllle, Is visiting her father, Mr. Gauldln, at Blosser. G. J. Wagner and E. H Hancock, of Blackburn, were In this city on Monday. Holland Scott run d...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN; II fAIWVK.Lt' John Dyer wh In'Marshall Friday. Jack Talbott wtat to Marshall Mon day. John Skeltoa was la Marshall Tues day. John Phillips and wife spent Sunday near Miami. Elmer Hay ale and wife were la Mi ami last week. Miss Emma Schepers spent Monday with Mrs. P. A. Skeltoa. Mr. aad Mrs. Will Hawkins spent Sunday with 11 J. Edwards aad wife. Miss Edaa Howoker, of Slater, Is visiting Mrs. Stern Smith this week. Invitations are out to Mr. and Mrs. 8teve Smith's "at home" Friday, Jan' uary 3. Preaching at Mount Carmel neit Sunday morn lot; aad evealsg by Rev. H. Crura. John Skelton, Dr. W. R. Utt and James Carter made their usual call Sunday evening. Sam Irvine returned home after spending the X-mas holidays In the lioustonla neighborhood. Mrs. Georgi Withers and son, Her vey, of Ksn-aw City, are visiting rela tive and friends In this neighbor hood ilil week. (J lie Smith and- wife, John Dyer and wife, Mesdames Anna Irvine, Mag vie Withers and Charlie Seal aad J...

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. — 3 January 1902

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LATIN. We regret to report that John W. Thomtpoa It 111 this week. Mlis OUob It the guest ot her aunt, Mr. C. P. Bemle, thle week. Mlrs Laura Dysart, of Mar thai I, It the guest of Mitt Myrtle Baker. Rev. E. C. Graham wae the guest of Hcv. O. 8. Russell one day this week. MIm Lena Beverley has been and It ittll quite sick, hut the U Improving now. M. Mann and daughter, Mlu Ulla, pent a day or two In St. Louie thle week. The Chrlttlan church will hold a protracted meeting In the beginning of the new year. A.C. Hamlin, and wife have been en tertalnlng their parent, Mr. and Mre. Hamlin, of Paula, Kat. Mr. Fred Mead, of Kama City, 1a spending the holiday with her moth er, Mm. Joho Beverley. L. A. Buck, wife and little ton re turned to Marshall Monday, having lon at home for a few days. Mre. Johnnie Jones and daughter, Gladys, of Mexico, visited with the former's mother, Mre. II. Wiltouj thle week. Mlttei Fredorle Garrett and Bettle Qulsenberry will start thle wee...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JANUARY 10. 1902. NO. 49. , . . . RIAL 1U ATM 1 THAI ill L. L. Hilton to Robert Cowsu, 20 acres, ia-o-ao, $6eo. J. L. Foley to J. L. Neel, lot 1, a. 3, 4, la Grsnd Pass, t$. . Augusta Schellingeret al. to T. J. Hanter, irregalar tract, 1125. T. J. Haater to Francis .If. Hunter, same land, It. J. A. Crank to W. 8. Holland, lota 22, 23, col, add. to Marshall, $25. I. O. Striker to City Marshall, 6 86 acres, near 15-50 21, $2,50. State of Missouri to Henry Stone (patents), 240 acres, to, 13 48 21, $350. State of Missouri to' Alexander Haater (patents), 40 acres, 15-48-21', $50. O. F. Pettrson to O. N. and H. M. Fritcoe, 37.6 acres, 13 30 11, $305 70. B- T. Petersoa to same, 38.6 acres, 13-50-21, $2, too. A. Kueker to trasfee of German Lutheran Charck, a acres, 32-40-22, $80, Wa. Ford to J. O. Hnaiie, 13 acres, 7-52-21, $100. Perry Wilson to Bliss H. Bristow, 30 acres, 18-51-23, $1,200. A. C Potter to Frank Leuukuhler, 340 a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

2 MAMSHALL EEPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Pottoiloe la Marshall, Mo., as eoead-clMft mattee. TERMS: 11.09 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. '' J. H. HUNTCR, Cattor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, JANUARY 10, 1002. J. R HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Ormr a Hunter.) one over Hunk of Halln MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Groom, at; bride, 68; married one week; bride dead; no comment. Col. D. P. Dyer, the silver-tongued orator of St. Louis, has been appointed by the Presi dent to tbe position of United States Attorney for the St. Louis district. It is reported that Senator T. C. Piatt, of New York, will soon retire from the United States Senate, and that ex-Gov. Prank S. Black will be his successor. Ben Westbus, a merchant and active Re publican worker of St. Louis, has received the appointment of .collector of internal revenue of tbe First District of Missouri, with office in St. Louis. In the contest between the Hanna and For aker forces for the organization of the Ohio Legislature, the Hanna men won, elect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

MARSHALL IEPUBL1CAII. 5 TIME RY. TABLE 111 Chicago and St. L. Kg. 1041 a. m OHIatrr Accommodation , AM p. m 10 OhlcMo A Bt tault ImtJtdNp.m Way rrrigat to Mater. . . . J: a. m WKMT RAILMAD TINE TABLES. i TM.b.VettlbaleMm... .BttSa.m I Kaneaa Oily Accm'n....Tia.tn U KaataaClty Mall.. (p.m KaniMOIty Way might. TUSa.m C. B. Coa btt, Agent. J.O.,1. L. DIVISION. ! Iff depart! 740 a. m ITlarrTVei ....IIKOa.m in di parti Itnsp.m ill arrive HUM p. m ll departa lilSp.m ITI arrives Kp.m J.O. rABNBMM Agent. KEEP IN TOUCH WITH St Loult and the Work of Preparation for Qreat World's Fair of (903. h9 NCE FOR The St Louis Ttttmt Ktj: hptr Aatfki. Tie tmt few GlobeDemocrat The DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT is without a rival in all the Went, and ataiidti at the very front among the few REALLY UKEAT newspaper of the world. BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID: Daily, IncludingSunday. One Year. $0.00 ft MontliM. 3.00 3 Months.. 1.60 Daily. Without Sunday. One Year.$4.00 ft Monthts.. 2.00 3 MoutliH.. 1.00 Sunday Edition 40...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Am Eaciny to the Qucca. The Parmer City Sao, Parser City, III., of Oct. 25th, toot, say: The Slayton New York Stock Company, supporting the talented actor, John Arthur, appeared at the Opera House last Saturday evening in "An Enemy to the Queen. The house was corafortab ly filled by tnose who have a fancy for heavy acting and their wish was gratified by the performance of the star. The comptny, however, is well balanced, not a poor charac ter being in the. cast. Everybody knew their lines and there was no friction during the entire play. John Arthur in the dual role of Don Caesar and Ruy Blan struck the popular chord and had bis au dience from the very first sentence. His acting is very natural and im presses one that it is realism and not acting. Mr. Arthur's support is perfect. At Marshall Opera House Jan nary 10th and tith. Installation of Officers. At their lodge rooms Priday ev ening, Jan 3rd, the following offi cers elect were installed for the ensuing y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK! PUturn of tht Old KtllaWa Specialists. Th nnrinnlllvp nf thnhlian Mixtlml ntanllidittf In Chicago ovir St yrari, whit arc no conuii-a ai Hotel Ming, Monday Jan 20, one day only ..ttc are the Diseases Most Successfully Treated by their Method: l-'.YK WVnk, wat.T.v anil Krnnulntml llrii, wllil lmlr. rntaran or tllm over tlmvi-ii. iTiihh .-,-. tillnilni-Mf anil all illiw-Mn-mif h rv or Mil hiw ciirwl wlihnul knife. Hpee Iiii'Ii1 nintlM l nnli-r. KAR-IViifiii'M, ulnulnu. ronrlnit nulo. tlili-kvii.-ddrnina.nhil foul Mni-llliiirdlM-hnr- K rii-lllveciire iiiiNrniilnil In every cane, CATAItltlluf all form oulokly cur.-d to tiiyeur.-d liy nnr n-w mi-lhod. If vim ratiiuil rnll wrlh-for our vinntntii our liiHiii' Iri'Hlnii'iit. Worarry with u. all imtiiVI iiiiikiioiiiiiiiii in-aiini-m, urn a Arnjn, nprayn. cic van anu wi" our t-n-oen- iliiNnnil lrtlinimll. sjaTOffice, 4600 Vincennes Ave., Chicago, III. Remember Date, J in. 20, lyoa, at Hotel Ming,...

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