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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 January 1902

2 NAISHALL REPUBLICAN. MAISBALL KP1WICAN. Eattrad at tbe PoitotBoe In Marahall, Mo., at d-clua Matter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. t J. H. HUHTEW, Etor MARSHALL, MISSOURI, JANUARY 34, 1 902. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (formerly Ormtr A Hunter.) Office nvr flunk of Hallnr MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Kansas City seems really in earnest in the matter of a new union station. The Democratic State Committee met in St. I.ouis Saturday last and registered the will of Seibert, Cook, Stone & Co. The Senate canal committee has defered ac tion on the Home Nicaragua bill and will con sider the Panama proposition. "Granny" Hoar still coutinues to criticise the administrations Pbilippian policy. Some one should give the old lady a sugar teat. Arthur P. Gorman haa been elected United State senator from Maryland by the aid; of bis little Oocbcl-Nesbit-Qorman election law. Judge Jama Cooney, at Sedalia, announced his candidacy for re-election to congress. The Hon. Matt Hall may have something to say lat...

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. — 24 January 1902

MARSHALL lEPUBLICAM; IM (St 1 (t!t YOU may Invent 50c in Groceries or Queens- waie with Miles and get a chance at a 12-piece Toilet Set to be given iaway on Jan nary Hint. 1 Come right away .and 1 have your nam? registered F. W. MILES, Manhall, - MlHouri ion. HOM E-S EEKERS' EXCURSIONS PERIODICAL. RAILWAY TRANSPOR TATION "BARGAIN DAYS" TO POINTS NORTH. SOUTH, EAST AND WEST. i . 'THE ONLY WAY" It. TO CALL UPON OR' WRITS TO TMC UNOCR IONCDAND OCT THK KM ACT PtOURfcS AND OTHER PARTICULAR. THE LIRCRALIT V OP LIMITS AND OTHER PRIVILEGE OP. THC TICKET WILL SURPRISE VOU. CHICAGO & ALTON R'Y C. E. CORNETT. AGENT. MAR SHALL,, MO.. OEO. J. CHARLTON GEN. PASS. AGENT. CHICAGO. ILL WOOD & HUSTON BANK. Marshall,- Missouri Capital Surplus f 100,000, $100,000. Geo- A Mur'ell, President, J. P. Huston, J. C. Latukin, Cashier. Asst.;Caier F3HHPSI Tlir- "I " 1 UaxULr IIm W. State -Gonvcwtioa) We vote a ye. on' the proposition to hold the next Republican Stale Convention in Sedalia. It is cen tt...

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. — 24 January 1902

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CooU Not Afrtt. The Deaocratic Members of con grt are having trouble in reach iog as agreement as to the polky to be pursued during the pretest session of Congress. They have held several caucuses to formulate some plan of action, but have fail ed to reach a satisfactory conclu sion. Their policy in the past has been one of negation, they said no to every stove made, by the Repub licans regardless of whether the move was good or bad. They seem to be trying at this session to formulate some other plan than the negative one, but they cannot agree as evidenced by the follow ing special dispatch from Wash ington: "The special committee of Dem ocratic representatives, appointed at the last caucus to consider num erous resolutions defining party policy, held an extended session Friday, with view to framing a report for presentation at another caucus. Representative Henry, of Texas, proposed a resolution de claring that it was beyond the pro vince of a Democratic cau...

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. — 24 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BLOSSER, MO. The lucky number, 193, held by Miss A. M. Harland, of Blos ser, Mo., won the 25 China Dinner Set at Miles'. Miss Harland held only. two numbers in over 1200 sold. F. W. Miles. Will KEEP II UP. Miles will give to some one on Jan. 31, a choice of any I2piece Toilet Set in stock. All you do to get a chance is to call at the store and a purchase of 50c. Begin right now and keep it up. -F. W. Miles. 4Mt. OAMMTtE T mil SICK HEADACHE, HABITUAL CONSTIPATION, and all dlssasas arising from in dttaatlen. Thay will purify your blood and maka yauroomalaxlan as PAIR AS A LILY. Thay ara cslatln oaatatf. PUMNCUT. RKVIVO VITALITY Sows raMwlHiastta lor Ml.MlfH uo oaly com br UtUb iMbt otiinmA taaarMl tMtratMto aa4 Mao kU4Ur. M tnshtok tk wtak ilow.tiHk ! "!! lackMk tha plak atowta atorlaa Ik at of jraratk. udCeeraaHlna. Iadrtoa t wirda of fnaltl hariu MEVIYO. M Uur. m caa b etrrted la vmI poetri. ar bmu lq n riwm.oc wa wm mum, w m aim wm rati ka raaweir. Anvlee and ....

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. — 24 January 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. loduilritl Amtrio. Whllo we Americans are commonly credited with a disposition tit think in) small potatoes of ourselves, wo greatly doubt If many of us really realize the Importance of the United State a an Industrial and produc tive force In the affairs of the world. The recent census shows thnt we are now annually turning out about llf teen billion dollars worth of manu-fat-lured products, and these arc llg ures not approached by those of iny other co'intry In the world. The alii to the farmer which this Immense pro duction affords Is very great, for while, on the one band, It provides him with a vast home market for the products of the soli, It also gives wonderfully cheapened facilities which enable him to do his work effectively and economically. Vint farmers of the country not only feed Hinl clothe themelves, and In the multi also all the rest of the icoplc, as well, hut they provide annually about one billion worth of export agrlcul. turiil products. T...

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. — 24 January 1902

rtAKSHALL KEPUbLlCAN. GOOD LIVING I Often ft Came ef Bad Heal Ik. Ttitt tiad health and good living often o together cmm and effect is a ptop otilion wtilch will be accepted at one by any practising physician. Commoa sense living would demand that we att only when hungry and that food should Iw chuaen first for ita nutritive value and then for ita palatableneaa. So-alled "pood living reveraea theaa rule. Meals are taken at stated hours without reference to hunger or physical require nietitt. If appetite it lacking, stimulat ins cordial or liquora are often used to induce a false appetite. Food la not ehoten with regard to its nutritive value but lor it pleasure to the palate, At a natural tetult the ktonuch it overloaded with a quantity of innutrition material and the body it deprived of itt due nour ishment, latently diee of the ttoin. ach uml digestive and nutritive tytlenit ticgin, frequently involving heart, liver, kioueys ami other organ. TIIK FKOSPKRITY OF AMERICA givtt every ...

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. — 24 January 1902

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Letter fron Tew- Hpwlnt Cormpnnitrnce. Eden, Texas, Jan. 18, 1H02. Killtor Republican and Mnrliall KrlvniUl In accordance to our promise we will try and write you something of our travel. We left Marshall on the early morning train, not, however, before Mr. Nay lor, who had so kindly entertained us for nearly a week, had prepaied us a warm, bountiful break fast. The kindness of that household and the many Kind good-byes aud well wishes expressed by friends we tuet the evening before at the public installa tion ot I. O. U. P., caused us to wait with patience for that train, which was some three hours late. We bad thought we were glad to leave before dawn, out as the sun arose and revealed familiar objects the court house, that faithful town clock, the nice paved streets we wnnucicu wiien we would see such com forts attain. Wu Kteut the day In Kansas City. The morning buying some drugs and instruments wo needed and after din ner we took the Holmes street car, ho...

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. — 24 January 1902

MAtSHALL ICrUBLlCAM. framf gW kMw tew it ate tte pistol far eHf we MCMf. TM UMOTT HNH Be Hitter, warn a womm fa la dtagtr freei eaeeK wti the to la dtngir fiw I disease every day ef her iin., wtaii nm tte risk ef dlMMM which ttoHw haabaae!, brother, art m, bat they have alee to gwtrd against diseases wklch MMCKIHW Dr. Heree'e ftverite ively feai nimta. The ate of thla medl i tte Iv hearth. It trregalarity, dries LOCAL IN IRIEF. J. L. Woodbrldm made business I trip to Htgglasvllie Friday. BARGAINB.-Fine Pianos aad I Of am at Reduced Prloai. B. . ttaau. . am Richardson, who It teaching echool east of towa, was la Marshall Saturday. lluun Brook Browa aad Eataaa Mitchell, spent 8aturday and Suaday la Slater. Up. aad Mrs. James Walsh, of 8aU Sprlags, were trading la Marsnau oa Saturday. Thar waa a at crowd la towa Sat- lurdav aad our merchaata report a good trade. T. y. Horae. editor and publleber of the Hlackwater News, wae la Mar shall Friday. Mlie Ethel vmkealag draiae, of Orearvllle,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 January 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I WILL BE HfRE TWO DAYS WriRStay m Ttasliy, Jn mry Kl m Ui. AT HOTEL MING, MARSHALL, MO. Th Rpr.anttivs of th ELECTROMEDICAL , INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK Wl Nike TWf first Vbk H ft (My. This Being an Advertising Trip to Introduce a New System, They Will Give All Who Call on These Dates Consultation, Examination, Advice and Medicine Necessary to Effect a Com plete Cure FREE OF CHARGE II will he expected of nil patients tnklnit ndvnntnK.e of Ihli offer lit Halt In their friends llm result obtained by this new ) teni of treatment. They trent allklmlsof Chronic Dlaenaesnml Deformities. It I very seldom thainrnuimunlty altunt ml mi lh one In which we live linn the nrlvl Icitti of eoiiaulllna' Ktit'ti renowned spcclnllsls who nre In constant attendance In wnlt upon you. diagnose your ens nml give you the tsriient of their medlrnl knowleiliie. Then la no experluiHiitliig or KUess work. You will h told whether you i-nn le cured or nol. If your ease la i-urnhle they will t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 January 1902

liAtSHALL lEPUBLICArl. ' II MARSHALL OPERA HOUSE ! Tuesday. January 28. Tk tm SKceisfri ni Atwiys Wekox (My taw, Tha tcna Include towel's isW m Madison Square NEW YORK. UMVS RtHMZVOilS. EAST RIVER, Y MOONLIGHT. With Practical Steam Launch ftowboate and Othr Water Craft The Most Interesting Story of New York Life Ever Written. A Play foi the Women and Children. A Complete Production. PRICES: Parquet and Dm H5c; Gallery, 25c. t&TSeata now on sale at town patron desiring Meat will pleam phone No. 4, or ad ,1 rn .. U. tif.l..!! f Oioail 0art Pretsediog. In Circuit Court the following pro. ceedings were had: Button a. Marahall, admlnlitra tor; under advisement. Ferguesoa va. Colter; under advise ment. . Wright va Wright; divorce grant- Garnet va. Hunter. adinlnUtrator: aale approved. Urles va. Pasleyl under advise nent. . " Hunter va. Preflt: aale approved. Ilaye, expert; aale approved.. Pratt va. Merchant; by change of venue Irora Chaelton county, on trial a a we go l press. Tbecaa ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 24 January 1902

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SLATER. It. T. Brlghtwell, of Marshall, was in town Tveaeesaay. Many are rejoicing over the fall of snow, at water li still very act roe. Mitt Sadie Wett, of Marthall, spent last Sunday with her mother In Sla- wr. HeoJ. Franklin and family moved inia weex to Mexico, no,, wnere they formerly lived. Mitt Myrtle Baker entertained Mitt iiicnaratoa ana other friends fro Marshall a few days this week. Wear clad to leara that Clyde uouiuay saw again secured his old position a machlntt at the shops uvrw. Hon. J. R. Saltonttall, aged seventy-six, died Thursday evening at about eight o'clock, having been III for several weeks. We understand Mint Hopkln's class In water colors has some very euthii 1 1 attic members, who are making very satisfactory progress. The Junior Mission of the Metho illtt church, gave a box party at Dr. J. A. Robertson's last week. They report a very ploasant evening. E. V. Nowooinb, of Kansas City, Is one of the new firemen on the road here. His...

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. — 31 January 1902

cs f " u 9 C s - ICl I.I A u MARSHALL-- REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JANUARY SI. 1902. NO. 92. WASHINGTON LETTER. 'From Our ftoRufnr OorrvtBondant.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 37, 190a. Presi dent Roosevelt declines to be stampeded by the cry of "sugar trust!" that hat been raised by the opponents ol tariff concessions to Cuba. He stands by his message to con gress, and loses 110 opportunity to tell senators and representatives that the question is above that of mere commercialism tint we assumed moral obligations toward Cuba when we took the island 'uudtr our protection which cannot, in his opinion, be shirked with honor. His view of the matter is rapidly gaining ground, and it looks now as though Cuba would cer tainly Ik granted some tariff concessions, al though they may not be as'great as the Cu bans have asked for. Even putting the mat ter on strictly commercial grounds, it is claim, edlr, 'Many that Cuba caa be granted tariff concessions without material ...

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. — 31 January 1902

2 MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN; MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. EaUrvd iuIm PoitoAoe ta Marshall, Mo., m Sscosd-claM matter. TERM!: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Etftar. MARSHALL, MISftOTJXI, JANOAXY 31, IQ03. J. ti HUNTER Lawyer, (Poratrljr OrMr Hunter.) OAe o?r Bank of Mallnt MARSHALL, MISSOURI. SeibertCook-Stone. Stone-Cook-Seibert Cook-Stone-Seitwrt. Here is a prize puzzle. How many combinations can be made? Champ Clark still thinks that the gang will allow the people to vote their choice for Unit ed States Senator to succeed Senator Vest. Champ is a chump Oen. Fred Funston, the many times hero of the Philippian war, is in Kansas City. He says that the Filipinos are becoming American ized rapidly and will soon be good. Col. W. J. Bryan opposes sending represen tatives from the United States to King Ed ward's coronation. This is merely a courtesy exchanged by all nations. Mr. Bryan gets narrower as the days roll on. Behold the seventh congressional district like man standing erect with bo...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 TRET Iftltl TRC NWEM aawa.1.1 a 1 a-a.a- 1111. iM WaTl"mBB sWAB MWWVMai AaVe? anaaWa awfxwarive ww It ylu gee. Vaesag ImT, witkwtH t(M m tha iMtUag ean ia tke hlikin algae of tke mm. Fog, Croat, rale, how, tkrr are eoauag. Tea IMMbM last wfatWI Of INS Bad 1IM. Tke wsaikie wm erael, AMI tketkesav eadatt Used, aad tke kMi of tkees. Bads it BMlatsd aad crippled. Ok, tke rough ffwap It laid oa mm at week, WH at homo, aad ekUdrea ia erika and cradles. Ooagks tkat kegaa Mm lasuriajrlriaff Dtr are racking and teariag tkeaa aaill ; yea, aad (rowiaa wofM m tktjr die deeper late tko poor, find tkfoat aad laaga. Many wsrs cured ky aalag H son's Poroaa Plan ters. Tor tko eootkiagaad fcaallag power af tkoa Fleeter U woadotfaL Tkeyeea. aaar tko eeespleiate THAT All KHUN TNI KlfU. Ko otkor pUator, ao other sss&clne or ap. pUcaUoa, eaa coniparo with tktm. Coughs, old, backache, rhreasatkes, laibago, kidney aad Mree troubles, Bateau, InJe, ease, they all go dowa Won Benson...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. INFORMATION TO TEACHERS. From Infancy To The World. Fair Bxhikit at Look k 1903. St. 4 We, as teachers and pupils, want to make a good educational exhibit at the World's Fair in St. Louis, and in order to get the very best work of the schools I will offer some premiums for the best dis play of work to be made at the in stitute at Marshall, which begins August ii. 1902. If twenty rural schools make a display at the insti tute I will give, tst, International Dictionary; 2d, Unabridged Dic tionary: 3d, Collegiate Dictionary. If ten schools make a display I will give second and third premiums. If less than ten I will give third premium. If the school has a dic tionary I will give the value in good library books. All the rural schools can enter the ahuve contest. Marshall, Sitter, Miami, Sweet Springs, Blackburn, Nelson, Malta Bend, Arrow Rock and Gillam are excluded, but I will give to these schools as a premium (or best dis play made at institute held in M ir shall...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 DetifMitfy aWrisjtakaeal. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Viley very Dr.PRICES Civm Baking Powder The difference of coif between good and a poor baking powder would not amount for a family! 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. Note. You caanot, I you i hMkh, afford to a. i taking powders. They are mams, in MM Of UM pun MM MWt, MM tTOta ytcUawtH tM you aaat sack Mw nUloodariaJri0M. Mr. awl Mrs. Robertson's Reception. One of the most enjoyable affairs occur iiiK lately was a delightful re replion given Thursday evening, Jan. aj. by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Robertson at their handsome coun try home near Mt. Leonard. The Ball and parlor were artis tic...

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. — 31 January 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. W. P. Booker, of Slater, wan In town this week. MUi Lens Col vert, of Salt Spring, wm In Marshall this week. Samuel Hay, of Blackburn, wan in towa thin week on business. Will Merry, of Terry, Ok., In In the city looking after business Interests. W. E. Huff, one of Miami's promt nnnt citizens, we In Marshall this week. J. K. Cornell, a citizen of Napton, was attending to business in Marnhall this week. B. Colvert, of Salt Springs, was In Kansas City Friday, looking after took to feed. W. O. Seller, of the Wanamsker neighborhood, was a visitor In Mar shall this week. A. loftier and daughter, of Nelson, were taking In the sighln of our beau tlful city Friday. The Mtnnes Hupp on Kantwood are entertaining Minn lien a Hawkinn, of Falrvllle, this week. Mm. O. A. Rickart. of Blackburn, wan entertnlnvd at dinner on Friday by Minn l.lllle Spnrkn. Minn Stella Hlckn entertained the Sann Sniiel Club at her home on Cap Itol Hill Friday afternoon. Minn I.utle...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 THE TURK OF LIFE. Its fotaMe Effect m Wmm's Uodth ud Hatfli Women look' with spprehenaioa npoa that time generally known at the " change of life." Observation has ahown them that aonietlmea that change ia ao far-reaching that it Involves both mind and body in suffering. At such a time the mirror aewetintea ahowa (treat change in the fact; changes which mark the pain and suffering which are being endured. Often, toi, in these tolorous days there la almost c Plata physical collsp. The suffering woman drop into a chair and with closed eves struggles againtl her weakness. The suffering of this critical period in woman' Ufa often leaves its last lug scars on the mind aa well as the body. This time of trial and trouble has been pasted in ease and happiness by women who bad learned the wonderful value of that woman's medicine, Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. By the use of this remedy THE "CHANCE" CHANGKD from a time of distress and misery to a time of comfort and...

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. — 31 January 1902

s MAMSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN tRIEF. Miles' Ootdea Roast Coffee. E. L. Rhoades, of NortoD, wu la Marinau Saturday. Mr. Jobs Dyer, of near Falrvllle, waa In town Saturday. J. A. Johsion, of aear Oresrvllle, waa la town Saturday. C. W. Oarrell, of near Woodson, waa to town Saturday. Dode Arnold, of Napton, waa a vis Itor to Marshall Saturday. Col. D. A. Hancock, of Blackburn, waa In Marshall Saturday. Jobs W. Millar, of Malta Bend, visited Marshall Saturday. Carl St'lkar, of St. Louis, has bees visiting his parents this week. B. Staples, of Nelson, was attend Ing to business In Marshall Saturday. O. T. Harris, of St. Louis, was call Ing on friends In Marshall Saturday. Miles' Golden Roast Coffee. J. E. Blackburn, of Blotter, was transacting business In Marshall Fri day. O. J. Walts and W D. Thomas, of near Hardeman, were In Marshall Saturday. J. M. Robertson, a prominent farm er of near Mt. Ieonard, was In town Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Grove, of Corder, was a guest Sunday of W. H. Fletc...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL KENJBLICAli. 9 Are You Hungry? We carry a complete stock of TresliKdrrtHeits, The beat the market af fords. Courteous treat ment and emal urices to J all. Respectfully, W. R. flUftakft (0., w m jaa avjajnam 4 MutndMcu Marshall, Missouri. ftAsajrmt)me- tl-ll. Van Dyke & (o. lied fstite, Abstncts, Us w m m Wirt n ink tf snx H. O AI.LKN OKO. N. ORKAS ALLKN A OREAR, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LIAI AIEIT All TITLE AISTRACTERS. MARSHALL. MISSOURI DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY' ? Hend in .vrnir name and mldrr.. unit nt our uniaiosui's w mi aiiins i MerriinimiM hi lirlrmdcrylniiriiiiiprlltlon. Fully llluslrnl il rataloauv sent nil receipt i( luc for post Kf. KAHN.OHK.KN A IIKKCiElt, JftT lo Ml DcnrlMini Ht..Ciik's-o. III. mmuaiaiiHue nmniii minim juiy. REVIVO VITALITY rVaM Man i?ieKelrjJi- free. CtllCAOO, For sale In "Marshallby II. II. Franklin, Druggist. BtlAL lEMUMc Cf . Favored kj Fartaaa. It wm a very amall Incident that helued auks Theodora Roosevelt vice president of Ibe (Jolte...

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