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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entertained. Miss Maude Mackey started the ball in Marshall' social world to rolling on Monday evening, when the little company enjoyed dancing, which ended in a cake walk. Brick cream and cake were serv cd at a late hour. Among the guests were, Misses tone Rogers, she entertained some 16 friends at Dora Sitmmerville, Mary Gentry, me nome ot ur. .Manning on Udell Katlierine Cooper. Bessie Francis- co, Mamie Lee Spark?, Annie and Gladys Ticket!, Margaret Man- Ave. This large pleasant home was one blaze of light f.om roof to basement, witn chairs placed over j niogl Huth and Louise Cochran, the yard for the life of any who ' Messrs. Allen Kennedy, Ora Ran preferred the open air. And the dolpb, Wallace Gentry, Wingfield evening being a perfect one, the Ament, John and Holmes Dawes, company a very congenial one. it j0hu Vawter, William Duckner, proved one ol ttic most pleasant i Kenneth Spencer, Willie and Clar- events of the summer time. Miss Nettie Kelicy aud ...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUB'LI&ANJ 7 I nivivjyii vj vj i vi iv ft 6 ft 6 ft ft ft ft ft ft & ft ft m 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Has put on her new fall attire and we are ready to show you Dress Ms and Silks in All the New Weaves and Colorings. We invite and urge you to come and inspect our selection and pass your opinion as to our judgment in selecting our Fall stock. You will find our Dry Goods, Furnishings and Notion Departments full of the choicest and best values you ever saw, Our Shoe Department Von will find crowded witli mom Coed Honest' values tlmn over Iteforo and yon nro tho judges asl ! to wluit tlmt statement means. ' I Wii linvii everything Imaginable In Inivs' andj J girls' school shoes nt tliu lowest vosllilo prices fori iCdedSoUdlfitlttr SUMS. ' i Good Corset News. ,. j j Every woman in tliin community known from I experience tlie annoyance and expense of linving toj wear a corset that break at tins waist. The, j "Oe-co," by a smoothly adjusted disconnection 'at th...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. C ATlllil I ATtliil i a vnrinii t 3: uuinind! uu n (i! uu hp. re arc sole: agents for the Roberts-Wicks, of Utica, New York, famous line of Clothing. We have alreadv received our fall line and it is now ready for your inspection There is none better in fit, material or workmanship. Our prices are always the lowest, come buy your Clothing of us and Save money. We also sell J. N. Ward & Co.'s, Shirts and Overalls none their equal, every garment guaranteed. livery man that has tried this iue of Goods has been outspoken in their praise. We have recently bought a big snap in men's fancy dress shirts. In this job you can buy a nice shirt for 23 cents; extra nice one at 33 cents. cSllOO I JPl. I' !,"w ""I'1-'0 We sell tin-host man's ?! shoe on earth. We have 1U0 pair 3- mm J men's genuine Kangaroo .-.hoes worth 4, go at Jii.ili for a short time onlj. 3: I his is ii lug fiinp. Our trade in geneiil has increased. The ivaMin of this is hccaiise we save you monev 3...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PUBLIC SALE! Of Moles, Horses, (attle, Hogs farming Implements, Etc. I will sell at my farm 9 miles southeast of Marshall. Mo., and 5 miles south west of Napton, on Wednesday, September Otb, 1899, The following property: i corn planter. I binder, t roller, 7 cultivators, l 2 scat s,lcinh, 1 iltimp cart, 2 disc harrows, 6 plows, I mower, i whc.it 1 1 ill. t f an tii 1 1 mill, i -talk cutter, i rond carl i surrey, H harrows, i hny rnl;c, 2 sets harness nnd collars. 1 donlilc sit stirrcy harness, 2 sets .siuttle hiiKy harness, l water lank for hauling, l llnwkcyc stump puller: wilt how at sale how it pulls. I ,1 yc.tr old Kevenuc Kcldiii;. S brood marcs, 2 saddle mates, 1 lniKKy mate. 1 yr-nld mare, Tnmni r'" '";ml (,r h,,,,'r will ho sold for em I I I IS (v,,r 10 " (,,'n,i1 of fo,ir nioiit Iih will Ito given o 1 V1UU. ,1m.. f ,10t. ,,a,i wu. ,m to ,.,. ii,.rlf(t fr, ltaltl. 3 per cent off for cash nisli. On t'V! on improved 0111 date o! 1 j-yr-oM horse-, 1 j-...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN: 10 u Dull I yrt and ortr ..... too SWKKl'STAKKS. M Hull any age or breed., .low M Cow, any age or breed ..... M no M Cow, milk Hock ... . ... to Oi W Peel Herd. I bull, J or more cow. 9) TO 1(10) STREET FAIR. Marshall to Head the Procession. A GRAND, FREE ENTERTAINMDNT TO BE GIVEN THE CITIZENS OP SALINE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. Liberal Premiums for Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Poultry and Farm Products. THE DATE IS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, TO SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. PREMIUM LIST BELOW. MUl.ES. Nil. tt 30 d I Mule I yearaold and over, .pedal Ircmlura by John I. r'.ian. mule eaier. , I l'i i t II. I .pan uiultlA'itS year. aruvrr imnrtWfllr to be known l.t day ot fair, no Mblo.. orcrroat by S'ewoik Mute. I Hot mule lyetr. and over. Iw )M Hot mult 3yeara and unJtr tui 110 i Hf.t mulr colt either .e x clat prrinlurobyMm l.acy tin 3 to swr.itrsTAKiis. d Hot tnulrany ageor arx t to T Hot Jack atir agr HOUSES. IIKAI'T llOHSi:i. a Hot draft teaim .prnal peni by Colvrrt l...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PREMIUM LIST CONTINUED. repreeenllng Petera'Shoe Co., St. l.oule. Kote lluckner age nle. 171 Larget auuath, li pair panl. or 1 pair lloverallas Sweet, Oft A Co' i. gooda by r. W. Mllea, repreeentatlve. ir 1 beada cabbage ITT Turnlpa, ( bu 171 Fareulpa I 'lot in Carrol" I dot in lltili'l iloi III While ntona I dot Irt Hedoalone I dot 13 Cueumbera I dot . Ill I.argeat watermelon la Mui melon .'' dot I llO i in tco . id) 500 iiu J 10 1 10 . )0 i in . 1 1" t i IM lit Hlrlngof Cajeune ie'per string of red pepper . .. IIORTICUl.TUKIt. MAJOIt t.KK HtMIIKS. Hupt. Single enlrlea cannot lie ahown In codec Hone. Platcaln con.lat of rive apeclmena and tou.tbe named and labeled. Award of premium! Wedncaday. Sept th. No premium awarded unleat competition. AI'l'MtS Ira Plate Hen I)al ... I M It " llano . ... to 190 Jonathan .... h) III (lilmea'Onlden hi lut Ml.aourl I'lppln M 1 Willow Twl h) 151 " Wine Sip M liA ' York lmirlat hi IV " Janet hi IW Mammoth HlackTwIg M Iva In...

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. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Preserves rnil(,K1l,tihlMrrrMNupar4 Paraffina Wax YL5 tn mm tn-nwhfH, It ll Cln. frf tiMrM inl o-lofWH-nir, li'f V krcUtlrunf.MBloiiivIrk'r i MALTA BEND Mi-H TliotMiiW Invited u tot of hi r I In t, fiWiul to mux nml hvt Uvr tjiiiii. So on lViM.a,i an ntil fnhlii il ,uilifiir wt lntil, Mi: illuinr p i- (1 mi) n llnx- I'lijoji't. hy a1 1 n ti. Our (1ih".uh nr' vr,v l-u, vMlllltf tVnl-'k. Mulni-lfil mptoni Mi ni to tpIomliuii . Wi' Iii' Top n invi1y 11VOVIT, fin nil nftth-lwl. A T I ii i httn mtnt'il lilt Jnmt. llOli) - t- I(bIiiU It ttlnTf lu wil) .i.ul i.- Iiimir, IIU fiitnilv ulll !MIM1 ' '. i lu i ' i (.) ul.t 'tni imI to he i' hoim tn ll'it i .tt V.lnf-l;i. nrt.-i- n I wi I ' i-.t in Memtfi In rv. l-rutt .M-Kt.l. it U ilono tn h-lc- OMJit' ! Will. II I l.IM I Wll 1M X I lor 1.1 hoit.c 'X Inm.1 MMf ilriirilCir mtncit. 1 hwWirMTi.. U1I7 r tin will Hit li. Djpiitt Meeting. The Sallm HaptW Ai.i..'l.i!i"ii . til nmt Willi the Mnrnhnll llnptl-l Imifh Si t. Ilth....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY MIAMI, I. M. Null n( llii. plnee uml In ntlicr, (Iruiit, if Slit nml their nephew, l .1 oliti - in, iilTlniH'j 'ii (I rove, Mo.,, were III Mnr.htilt Silt il ill n v. Ml" t'iinru .Inlin-oti nml brother, l.untTiuv, ir.TIrni- ' (Iruri', Mu,, K-ft for it vl-ll In I hi' fnntlly of llu'trinit'le, .Inlin Ntii'l. Ml"e Hr.nle mill Annie Nminiiii tierr llii' KurM nl their al-trr. Mr-. Mnrtln llitil-oii. iionr tou lu.i week. Mtk. ('. IL WliirliT Inn rttiiriinl In lur Iiiiiiii- In limn, lifter a vl.lt In her piirviil-, Mr. nml Mr. A. I tin nr. Ml" Minute lliiiulnxlli'lil, iif tin' SI ut li u. tin. tlii Ktiint ill Ml" llele WVIili -S u 1 1 1 1 1 1 a j- nml Hiiinliiy. (I runt Null of Sli t. Mo.. nu vlill. In;? tin' finiill s nl hl l.mtlur. .Inlin Null, tin-1 it -t nl ln-t Mirk. Hlilney Wlui'ler nl .letter-un rlij, i'ic nil' Mnmluy I'tinlnif fur u vUlt li hi- father. Mr-. Krvlii ul Sinter, In vl-ltlmr Hit' faintly nl Imt lirntlier. .Inlin KMer. We mi' nrry In...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "'Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks." Iht gijtnH cf Iht forttl must yitU l lut to Iht roni- ! onj cf Iht uxxufc nun. Whtn V . ' ufun lixJ tut ttnmt ctcftftd inJ oi-ru-t .lit liltlt' dvet of lxxTi Si'Ufu .. frerly tttn. ivOt fttt Iht tut of . iJ Hood. National Encampment. G. A- R. al PliiljdelphU. Ilatllinorc anil Ohio Soulhvieotcrn llalllmoti ami Ohio, ofltflnl rout. for MI-oiirl Vitcinii". tin- IIimi' ilnlly triilm Ic.nlnir SI. IjmiI.-T.m a. in., p. in.. a.m., rimnlni! tlirnuitli Cincinnati. ChiiiIot Innil .Maitlii-liur.. Harper' ferry, Wn-hliititoii mid llaltliuorc. The coinfoit.ihlc roiiM, tin- picturcoiiie I mill1. Ilii- Motoric t'otitr. Itntc, one ctiit permlte. I'ao-cnifcr can rrtiirii vln iiimthcr rout. by pay In u -lljiitli hinder rate, for nil Information nml !, A. It. edition "Hook of the Km ill lllue," adilrfo. O. II. Warfcl, Ao.t. (I. 1'. A ulltl St. I.lll ., Iter. W. It. Dohyno wt-iil ttillltf liliiovllle mi Monday afternoon to mn t Mr. unit Mr-. K...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tonight It your liver l out ol order, causing Blliouincta, Sick Headache, Heart burn, or Constipation, take a dote of Hood's Pills On retiring, and tomorrow your dl CCttlro orpin will bo regulated and Jem nil) lio bilflit, nctlvo and ready or any kind of work. TliU hat been the ciperiencn ol othera) It mill ba yours HOOD'S m.LS are told by all uiedleino dealera. 25 cU. Mlaaci Tlirradglll and Campbell uud Misara IV ivy VotiDjke and II. II. Hawkins ajieiil Sunday at MeAl-tinier. LadiciCan Wear Shoe. lneal ainullfr after iialiur Allvn'a l'oiiM:no, n ponder to lioahakcn Into lliealioea, II ItMKea Hum l'r new uoea IVcleti): aires lntnnt ri'llt'f to corn mill Illinium. Ilii tlii irivateatcoinforl dlseotery ul tin aire, cures aolle n tivt. Iillater niul callous snola. Al h-ii'a Koot.Knai' la u certain run' (or ini!rorlnir nalla, eatlni?i hot, aching IitI. At nil ilriiiriiUU and "hoe atorea UVi. Trial package fns-liy mall. Ad mess Alien n imi"irii, ituj, i l' II. Zi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 September 1899

n THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. l. B. f. NAYLOR Hardwdre & furniture (o. Fnll liuyiiij,' N on u. Wo want your innlc anil arc pr IMtrttl to liitmllc it. Special Attention Is called at invent, ti our lino of Bed Room Suits, tliu licst value.' ever olIVriMl at tint price, If yon are iiinl-j lug one Yotl Can Not af ford to i.-is-i iir liy. HeineinlH-r our Ice llovs, RefrlgeratorM and (iaxoltnc Stows pi at a very low figure to clne lliein out ('all early n only a few am left. Very truly. B. F. Naylor H. & F. Co. Wt Slil.' Siuarv. 'tVrins t'h. Birthday Party. Miss Margaret Manning celebrat ed licr eighth birthday on Wed nesday altcruoou at licr home on South Oilcll. when home .o of her young frivinl- were delightfully cutcrtaiuctl. The lauti is an especially attrac tive one. willi line old shade tree ami tlicre wire minicrotis cots oil tastefully draped. ulo hammocks, swings, vie- And in a shady cor ner of the Ian n tlivte was a lemon. adc well, that was a nut I; of ait, and a tiling o...

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. — 8 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vlll,. Vllt. MARSHALL HALIN'H C'OUXTV, MISSOUUI. SKFf. 8., 18DH. no. iU. tj 0LD SETTLERS AT SAPPINCTONS GROVE. Thursday's Program it the Meeting ol the Saline County Pioneer. It was t Great Day- A SHADY R CTn EAT OY THC LAKE. PCRTLC OPRINQt, MO. ( cpiii !-) it tin' 1 1 on Mountain Hallway Company, LIVE STOCK WORLD. Lower llrin. it Tnytor, prominent stockmen of I.ongwood, Mo., were lictc with 1,30s I'ound steers sold at 55.50, i,.o,t pound steers nt 55-75 and i,.09 pound steers at 5.5. The entire consignment was bought liy Nelson Mottis & Co. Tuesday's St. Louis No'.. Kcpottcr. J. T. Tliorp, of Xaptou, was at tlic St. Louis yards Tuesday with i,o: pound steers that brought 5.30. Stnitli iV Arnold marketed t.y-o pound steers from Xnplon that sold at in St. Louis Tuesday. II. M. U'ooilruft purchased stock sheep in St. Louis tilts week. J. W. Illackhutn sold, last Satutday, tn Outhrey t Tucker 101 head of Morgan Conn tycnllhi.it ".I5, weight 141H pounds. Rol...

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. — 8 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE One democratic cilitor pretends to have experience to lean iiikiii, should make inn made a personal investigation of Doekcry's most excellent Head lor llic great campaign of silver record and acquits him of the charge so 1900. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, 7. ,"7' 7, , V 1 ,7v,.7 " " f,.'n f ,nCe t,"'1!ni"K "'e1R01,'1 "'"'J' Democratic papers seem to b: thoroughly Knlrrnl nt thu IWtottlw In Manhall. Mil. ar,, The rcsu t of his looking backward Is .,. ,,,tr ' .,!,,.. i ,1,,, i.m ,i.,i. .ivmuWln. mnttiT. . , .1 1.1 enjoying their recent victory in the J-.iglitli m"nMa" mnlU not more surprising than the manner adopted, dlsttict( aml lllc varclv of c.ll)s TUtMS. 1 Kit H)ckery , cfe ,rave) le founiU 0, o c u tmi er wnd( ihhikm " " t!ie press favorable to his candidacy, were not .i..im..i Mn..,nri. 1.. ... PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor, romnlted under th twrsmiil supervision of the "0W dcsiS"a,td a Democrats. In fact, at compUt, under the personal supervision o the lhs n, ...

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 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Bordering County New. .$$ HOWARD. Work Is being vigorously pushed on both sides ol the river in connection with the work to lc ilotic on the bridge. Tracks nre beiug bid for switching material to the water's edge on lioth sides of the river, and it is a novel sight to witness an engine go down the Incline from the big dump across the river to the level ground below. The full force of men will not be at work until the preliminary work is done. Glasgow Mlssourian. A colored tramp recently called by mist ike at the home of the Glasgow constable, to ask for something to cat. Acting in a suspicious way caused the officer of the law to search the traveler, and upon his person was found a revolver- Ills Tine as a result of conviction on this charge, has stranded him in the Fayette jail. William Williams, of Fayette, while feeling despondent one Sunday recently, attempted to take his life by taking K grains of morphine; his friends, however, rescued him in time. Las...

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 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ladies' Auxiliary. A large number of the ladies of Marshall, met at Mistletoe Hall on Tuesday evening at 7.10 nnd or gauized a I.adle' Auxiliary Cluli, to have charge of the Flower Parade The following officers were elected: Mrs. William Harrison Presi dent; Miss Prances Wood, Hecre tary, the Hxccutivc Committee as follows: Mcsdames I P. Vlley, H. II. Downing, S, W. Aritien trout Georgia llriinatigh, W. A. Ucatty, and Misses Genrgie .Montague, Roberta and Fannie Francisco. These ladies will can van the city and solicit person to take part in the (lower parade, which will be opcu to any one who will decorate a conveyance. And it is earnestly desired by the commitlic that as many ns can do so, will take part and help lo mike the Marshall flower parade a grand success. Any one Po might possibly le overlooked by the committer, and wishing in take part, will noti fy either the President. Mrs. Win. Harrison, or Miss Prances Wood, the .Secretary. The flower parade ...

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. — 8 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.' xrr fflf NEW MOIi?"c? (I ( 9 i 9 i 0) Announces JMew , Fall Amvals, OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT IS A MARVEL In llwuly-Matlu-SklrtM wo linvo mi, nrmnrtiiiciij of ','fJolf" or "lhtiiiy Day" Skirt Hint nru ninrki'd at nvvn to m-11. They art) ln-nnllus. UnTUCDCi IT will 'lie worth your while to hiHiM-ct mUincnOi (llir n,u, r Chlhlrijit'H Hiilt. Wts art! tho t'xcliinlvo ngciitH Tor the eelt'liratt'il TWENTIETH CENTURY CLOTHING For Children, Hoy and Youth. t r r o ( r ) r i t Ih'siiccli'iilly, Mayer & Son, We arc Showing! the Latest Weaves in Heather Mixtures, Silver Greys, Marine Blues, New Tans, Oxford Greys, Mode Browns, c COLLIER'S CHUM CORNERED. Burnett, the Man Who lnvelghled Away the Prosecuting Witnen. Sutlers the File of Hi Friend. The light sentence imposed up on Gen. Collier, of Hcrndon, for his brutal beating of Klmer Dal lanl, it will be rcmcmUrcd, was largely the result of the failure of the prosecuting witness to present himself. This failure ha...

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 September 1899

6 Has put on her new fall attire and we are ready to show you Dress Gootfs nl Silks Ii All tie New Weaves M (Hindis, Wc invite and urge you to come and inspect our selection and pass your opinion as to our judgment in selecting our Fall stock. You will find our Dry Goods, Furnishings and Notion Departments full of the choicest and best values you ever saw. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 lOur Shoe Department You will find crowded with moro (M HNtSt value tlmn over Ixjforu mid yon are tliu juilgen jim to what Hint Matenient mcaiin. Wo have everything iniiiginahlo in lx)V and glrln' tu-liool nhoen nt tho lowest mmw.I.1h price for Coed SoHd Kitber Sims. Good Corset News... Every woman in thin community known from oxiwrlcnco tho nnnoynncu and uxih!Iihu of having to wear a cornet that break at the walnt. The "CreHeo," Jiy a Hiiiootlily adjtmted disconnection at tho front walat lino, haH forever done away with thin expoiiHlvo weaktictw. Olad to have yon...

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. — 8 September 1899

A Gallery Party. At tlic home of Dr. J. K. Harris on Fast Northn Street, all was gay. ely ntul mirtli, music anil flowers, on Friday evening, when from o to 1 a Misses Agnes Spencer and May Norther charmingly entertained a Gallery l'arty. The large gallery was really at tractive, mid more than that, it was most comfortable. And we believe it was the most effectively decorated of any thing of the kind we have .seen this Mint, mer. The hank of palms and golden rod, that bordered the gal. Icry, with tall jars of btack-cyed susans, standing on the floor that reached above and concealed the railing, converted it Into a rcgu lar summer house with Japanese, lanterns In greatest profusion nod ding graceful in the Mtmmcr breeze. The floor was decorated with rug and benches, eisy chairs and n variety of pretty pillows in their pretty Mimincr slips. Add to this the charm and chccr.of a bevy of the prettiest girls 011 earth, with their lovely dresses of many lints, nnd yon will form some Idea o...

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 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY (OUftT, Petitory Selected for October Term. Contract of Centr.l Bridge Co. for Fire Bridget Approved. HlMfROUS WARRANTS DRAWN. Portion of Insurance Tx Fund Ak lotted to Town of the County. Other Proceeding. Court met pursuant to adjournment. I sept 4th, iw.ru. rrrarut, Hon J T StuulTcr, T W Mnif and It C Hatuia. J mine. II K I. Smith, clerk uml Jo WINon Sheriff. Court ciicned by the Shi-rlfT Ordered h) tin. Court that warrant Ire drawn an follow: leo lloatrltfht for irradlrn; hill near llrown llrldci- aero. Illackwaicr, f loMiii. Sam Haya (or ue on ro.id. ! J M llrown. fur cue on road Moo 1' K Montgomery, ue on road .V) t. H HHurtM'l for repairing road t l J H Slnipaon, for looking ut poor lann ftr. Thla lrvlnif da) for incvtln;; of the County Hoard of Krtialltatliu, court adjourned to meet Tucday, Sept utli, Iv'.r. Sept ..111. l-vi. Court met! all mem lrcra of the court pie -rnt. II h I. Smith, chrk. report loan, made to Mr V V Wll-on. and Mr M I. Il...

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 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Mlaa Agntt Lankan Id tick mIiIi ma larial few. J. (J. Craven left for HU Loul Wednesday. Dr. I), f. tlore went home milti. IU on Wednesday. There are a caic.i of lnal mencii. gill" at Illackwnter. J. 0. Cravens k)iIik'i1 n lot of huira lo 81. Koulu Wednesday. Dr. J. K. Hnrrlx went to I'olumlilu to nv a iatlrnt on Tuoday. Mix Kalherlne Hood of Arrow Itoek wn a visitor Tucoln). It. 11. Taylor left TucMlny nioinliii; to look after a bljf farm In Dakota. Dunt fall to examine tlnmr liaiitl nome (lolf milling) at Wrfjrlit'n 2w Mm. II. IV I.-., i.l HI. I ..,,1. I. il... KUert of lier naieliti on llrunnwlck Ave. Ml Florlan Verli) will orrle from Chicago on Hunda), Jut In time for uliool. Mr.. MeMalh nf Kna fit) U I he Client of her !ter, Mm. Itoli't Iteyn olilo on Odcll. .Mix Mak'tfle llrown ha returned from n delightful vl.H to reluliien nml frlemlii In Mexico. . M. il. Alexander of .St. l.ouh rc- turneil to Hie city Halurdu, nftcrn few dayn In Mari...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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