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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 January 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Prof. Place little ton, Edgar, It quite sick. Mr. Ireland, of Blackwater, spent Sunday in Marshall. Walter Wright, of Mt. ;Leonard, was In Marshall Tuesday. Alvis Vawter, of Shackelford, vis ited relatives in Marshall Monday. Judge Samuel D.vle was called to Harrisonvtlle on business Tuesday. Miss Belle Richardson, of Nelson, Is visiting Mrs. T. A. Smith, of Mar shall. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boyer are en tertalalng Miss Rose Martins, of Miami. Mrs. Maurice Hagedorn returned Thursday from a trip to points In California. Mr. and Mr. T. U. Gray bell are entertaining Mm. Lucy Shaw, of Sum raerhlll, III. Hubert Wood has secured a post tlon as clerk In one of the hotels of Chllllcothe. Mrs. D. O. Gore is entertaining Mrs. Harry Huston at her home on East Arrow. Scott Chaffee, who has been making a business trip to points In Texas has returned home. Logan Chappell, of near Mt. Leon ard, was transacting business In Mar shall on Tuesday. .lohn Rayl, of the...

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. — 31 January 1902

MARSHALL ICPUBLICAM. II jJjO f II MlMMrl Stat Ki HM a. m t- T- w i T OhlesJUralted e)a.m blllbilh west HI:::il!7?;:S C. B. COBMBTT, AfMt. Nkifjl NrJav aw i Mvtaaew. rw ieAwIKi?R:::::::::::::::::::iIl8S:S ( ITf departs It tl a. a jfl (HU arrives Mtfap.ni (iTlernv tmp.m J.O. FAunaix, Agent. HABE tor Trafa Mwk-latWkMli Oi MMst I w sK iM i Ml ms si Shi Ins 'A Merry Oases. Oa Monday, February 3d, the Ly m TwIb Urotbers will appear at the Marshall Opera House la their mw, bright and laughing comedy success, entitled "A Merry Chase," and It U aid to be without eiceptloa on of tbe funniest plays of the aeaaoa, aad It everywhere orowdlaf theaters to the doors. "A Merry Chase" haa always baas aa artistic aad laaoolal success, but sever eo much so as It I this aeaaoa. Tbe play haa baaa thoroughly recon structed aad rewritten by Ita author, Herbert L. Lyatao, aad la right up to date. New songs, ait'alo and a brll llant array of the Twentieth Century epeelaltlea have been added until It ataad to...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 31 January 1902

12 MARSHALL. REPUBLICAN. Wm iiM to QirtFsiaM to Uaesla. Washington, Ju,. 24., Juwi At u, who refused brine of 1100,000 to put poison Iq cream which he serv ed to Abraham Lincoln, It dead la thlscliy. Ha vu well-known tad respected cIMsm. For many years be guarded carefully, the fact that he was la aby way mixed up with any plot or attempt od the life of Pree (dent Lincoln, and only ft few friends knew, of the affair. Hobm months ago, however, 'be made the following stateasent: "I knew and, loved Mr.. Lincoln, aod thought at flrst that the offer. of I10G OOP to poison hUi was a Joke.., At that tlBM I wfe running dairy. Among my rewular customers tlwas President Lincoln., ' , , "One nviralng, In the. early part of April not two weeks before the P-es ident was assassinated I was driving along,, when two men stopped me ana one asked If 1 did not want to make 100,000 easy and quick. I scarcely knqw what to say. Then be got right close up to me, leaning over one side of the wagon, and sai...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

M A R SH A 1 . t mzxxr TU T t n K T 1 I J I 11 i 1 vi ATiHmMir a, ar- ni 1 -'t VOL XI. , NAISHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 7. 1902. NO. 1. THI MONDAY CLUB. TMK BVAKMPIAKK CLAM. The Shakespeare claae etet Monday morn lag and large number of Isdiee braved the aevert cold to attend. The ctaaa commenced the atady of "Macbeth" aad aader the able leaderablp of Miea Minnie Vance, who ia an excellent exponent of Shakespeare, the lesson was unusually bright and intereatiag. All of the duties were wall prepared in a thoughtful and interesting manner. Roll call Quotations from the play. Paper "Literary History and the estimate which Macbeth Haa Been Held op to the Pres ent Time," Misa May B Brandon. Reading Act. I Scent VII, Mrs. N..C Bishop. Paper "Unity of Thought and Action in Macbeth Miss Bessie Alison. Address Shakepeare-the Man and why we Should Study Him," Mrs. O S. Hardin. Table Talk "Macbeth on the stage. " DKPAftTMBtT OF TXAVM.. The members of thia department, which met Maul...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL KKIMJCAN. Entered at the Poitoffloe la Marshall, Mo., a Seooad-olaai matter. TERMS: 11.90 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Eaaer. MARSHAL!., MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 7, 1903. J. R HUNTER Lawyer, (Formerly Orer Hoofer.) OSJ.ce arer Bank of Hellne MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Gov. Dorkery had not yet declared the war between the Democratic factions In Kansas City over. The Jim Butler content is up in congress. It in hoped thit progeny of the infamous Nes bit law will be given his walking papers. Boston is exercised because the old original Puritan stock is dying out. The Transcript bewails the fact that the birth rate is mainly through foreign stock. Secretary of the Treasury, Leslie M. Shaw, is in favor of loaning the surplus money in the United States Treasury. Mr. W. J. Bryan will see in this another move in favor of the plutocrat and the trust. It is now safely announced that President Roosevelt's danghter will visit London at the time of King Edward's coronatio...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

MARSHALL tEPUBUCAM. public I frill eU at public auction at my farm, two milen east of Napton and f ve miles northwest of Nelson, on My, fdmiiiy 1, m, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: Fifty-three head of Cattle, 16 head of 2-year-old Steer, 8'in the spring; 16 head of spring; 8 Cows, some good milchers, will be fresh in the spring; 9 yearling Heifers, 2 years old in the spring at which time they will have calves; S Calves; one good Hull: white face. Bale to begin at 10:80 a. m. T, E MITCHELL Cat R. R Taylor, Auctioneer. RAILROAD TINE TABLES WKMT WKHT HARE PURE twall aa TfMa ra- twits, fclctitrff I m ai IWIhiiif Mm, Eev mmmrfiv'' VBa EEcSEEEaasaaW SALE ! one - year - old Steers, 2 in the CmCAflpjLTOW RY. 14 Mluourt Htate K 10:81 a. m aoMlalrr Accommodation .Hiaip.m lu Chicago Mmltrdt ip.m It HI. loul Veatllwll...llip. ra littoral Frvlght Jim, in Tl'hlragn IJmllrri B:Wa. ni II KaniaaUlty Arcm'ii....TiMa. m II VMtlbul,. Ktpr?M IlitTp.ni IS MIMOUH HlalM KS 41 III II. Ill 117 total (Valglit Ti ft....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kmhti City Qrcuc The Journal-Democrat in its last week's issue quotes without com ment from an exchange: "In se curing attractions for Kansas City's winter circus, what's the matter with engaging some of Missouri's political jugglers? Governor Dock cry is an expert in the art of dod ging. Col Phelps has kept a ma jority of the members of the legis lature in the air at one time, and William Joel Stone has no equal in the performance of the egg trick." The J.-D. is evidently experiencing sensations of that "tired feeling" that is afflicting a large per cent of Missouri Democrats. Recctor Appointed. The Marshall Waterworks has been placed in the hands of a re ceiver by order of the United States Circuit Court on a stilt brought by the bondholders. Mr. Rnfus Hoi loway has charge of the plant as receiver. It is a little difficult at this time to see just what this move is for. The waterworks coupany were not getting away with the money. They paid the bondhold ers eve...

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. — 7 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! (loif Oat Sale! Life of George Washington, Jno. Adams, Titos. Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jack son, Martin Van Bureii, Wm. H. Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk, Z. Taylor, M. Filmore, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Abe Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, U. S. Grant, R. B. Hayes. James A. Garfield, 0. Arthur, G rover Gloveland, B. Harrison, William McKinloy and Theodore Roosevelt. prices, post paid: Aiy Ou (or 1 5 (ir Ok Dtlltr, TWELVE FOR $2. All OR TWENTY FIVE, FOR $3.50. Sold by O. K. STRICKLAND, Li"kkai, Mishoum. GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK! Rtturn of tht Old Reliable Specialists. v Thn nnniiiitHllvpinf ttn (Milcnan MihIIi'iiI nml Ontlvnl Comnnnv. wlileli linn Ikhmi i'iilnlillli-il In Ulileimoiiver iWyenni, who nri mitkliiK nitmllily .vlnlU lu Miiralmll.i'Mil in runauiirii m Hotel Ming, Friday, Feb 14, one day only. These are the Diseases Moat Successfully Treated by their Method: Informal Party oa North Stree...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

6 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Model of the Original Shot Faot7 ts Be Exhibit). There Is to be a ihoe and leather exposition In Boston, which continues to be the chief market of boota and shoe lo the United States, and one feature of It I to be a reproduction of the original shoe factory In the United . States which is still standing. For many years after the settlement of the Amerloan colonics no attempt was made to manufacture boots .or shoes for the market, footwear being Imported from England and France. This was a period of hand-made shoes exclusively, and la towns large enough to have a local shoemaker be supplied II the needs of the Inhabitants. In towns Dot large enough to sustain a village cobbler a traveling shoemaker went from place to place, stopping a day or week at each. So far as Is known, the first shoe factory In Massachusetts which was sit uated in Danvers, not far from the his torlo house In which General Porter, of Revolutionary War fame, was born. As early as 178(1 va...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 IMMORAL SUASION. It Mm Girteim Aiffmtagtt Orr Tkt Mflitr Ibnl Moral session, the appeal te the ra- tlaaal nature af mi, to das.bt.em a my food thing. But it will sot cow par wkk immoral suasion far inducing swift ness of tlfroht or jreBtMM af action. The burgUr surprised fa kto raid and rcqassted ta "jdeeet go away" add argue the ease fa the fareafal burglar way. Bat wkea a atotel ia smafcea ia kla face wltk the laconic aider. "Get I " he gore and atanda not an the order of hit going. The aiatal, with Ma aia solid argument, to a wsadarfal neraaadar, aad In the line of immoral suasion cannot be surpassed. It is a reflection oa man'a reaaon that he often refuses to do what common cense dictates, until he Is forced to do it. Common sense litis a man that he cannot live irregularly and keep his health. He ia warned and admonished time and again that hasty eating and irregular meal result in disease of the stomach and other organ of digestion and nutrition. Bat bec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

s MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BIO LOti OF 8TO0I. Bleeutorn 8erera la oataeatuni Hit earl. Popultr Bluff, Mo., Jan. 31. The recent heavy fall of sleet It causing great lots among cattle wintering on tbe ranges In the southeastern part of the state. The forage was greatly de pleted by the forest fires last summer, and what remains Is covered by a heavy coating of Ice. An additional loss is suffered by. falling trees and branches. Many of the cattle Impris oned In the frowned forests are dying of starvation. The Memphis express on the Iron Mountain, whtsh leaves thlr city at 2:40 a. m.. ran Into a switch encum bered with Ice and was derailed. Two baggage cars were so badly damaged that they had to be' abandoned. Tbe trains on the division between this city and Little Kock are experiencing great dinimilty In running on account of a great number of the telegraph wires being down. The steamer Lotus, on Black River, working In tho lumber commission, was overturned at Grand Glalze dur Ing yesterda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

MAISHALL lEFUBLICAN. 9 From Infancy To Af$e jtt fjasBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjA i Mela tor Seafeloav-Jt I the heat Mid hmm effective rented for cMldrt a. IT became II I pare and Mfc tnH-g Made entirely of harmlcM tngreillcnte. BRAT m M la son Irritating tad aerer tripes or caaara twin ot Irritation. BEST because It to sateaad sever fall. VmKthnanm"ChiUrtnHUiin4ikvrU," SKST because Its toale prepeftlea are ae rood aad act atreafthealag that It keep the tittle oacs in tine, hearty eoadllloa. It U a daafsre tfcag te sfe IHtlt babies violent calhanka that rack and rand tktlr ttttk bodies. DOMT BO IT ge them LAXAKOLA. fttrcorieUsatloa, coated tongue, staple cetda, itetteaaaiaa, laaa of ate aad trrtn It la Invaluable. Afewdrecanhegtvea wttkeafety Is vary youag babies, aad Hwtlt-oftea relict colic If capelllsg tka wlad aad aaa that caaat h. It will aid digcetloa, relieve reatlete. ana, aatUt aatara aad ladaca steep. Great relief la experienced when edtalaletered to young children euReriag froea aiar...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. .Jim Orear, of Orear villa, km la tows Monday. W. O. Seller, of Waaaaaker, wm laourelty Moaday. We are sorry to leara that Frank Hlgbteboe U oa the tick Hit. William Net, one of LlUle Rock'a aoted BMBi was la towa Moaday. J. V. Duncan, of Gilliam, was look tag after business la Marshall Mob day. Oae of Nelson's prooataeat oltlxeas, W. G. Cowan, was la Marshall Mob day.. Allea Brown. R. B. Ruff and Eat nit Pace made a business trip to Boon villa Monday. Wlllla Arnold and William Oernett, of Slater, attended to builaeit la Mar shall Monday. S. T. Gray, an Influential citizen of Koplng, waa transacting business la Marshall Monday. Mr. James H. Boyer entertained his brother, Mr. John a. Boyer, of Graad Pass, oa Thursday. 8. T. Mead, one of Slater's prom. Inent citizens, transacted business In Marshall Saturday. June K. King has gone to Kansas City to attend a meeting of Missouri Short Horn Breeders. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Conway are en tertaining Miss...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

MAISNALLi JlEFUBUCAN. II rAMVMXt. - Sam Irvtae wm ta Marshall PrMay. Dr. W.R Uttmnde 'hi. wawat trip suaday. ,i r.:s:n! .j ; J. M. Talbow, wm la Marshall Thursday. . Charlie tin, of Malta Bead. Sua dayed ta Miami. . Jm. Carter aad Charlie Seal made tlwlr usualtojtMde.Y 1 . Quite a aumbWfrow.' here attended tht opera Moaday Bight. Mlse EvaHByalale epeadlag a few day with relative la Marshal.: Mlii Llaiie Irvtae ipMi Saturday laB ll MaaV m a. a wihi Mr. ana an. uiiaa aauw. Fred Waltoa aad wife apeat Seaday with the foremr'a pareate at Slater. ' Dock Hurrlgaa, of Ml Leonard, waa la lali Belghborbood Friday evea lag. Mlu Emma Scbeper li epeadlag a few day wlta Lara Hume, of Malta Bead. P. A. Skelton aad ioa apaat Suaday wlta Mr. aad Mr. I. O. Dyer, of Shackelford. t Mlu Caddy Greeeebaum aad eleter are epeadlag faw daya wltli relative sear toll place. Meain. En awl Parrlih aad Clint Uarnhlll, of Marshall, were la tble neighborhood Sunday. Mra. Sally Connor, of Klrlcatllle, Mo., U visitin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 February 1902

12 MARSHALL ICPUBLICAN. LATER. J. S. M. Huff wm la Slater Friday. Bora. January SO, to Mr. aad Mra. u. u. Hoagera, a daughter. MIm Jessie Roth It the guest Mrs. P. A. Howard this week. of Mlai Birdie Rector haa returned a & MUi Myrtle Baker eubetltated No. 1 for MIm Belle Powell, who waa elck Tuesday. Died, Wedaeeday, after a week'a III ness, Mm. J. H. Mayfield, wife of J. H. Maylleld, who live east of town about a mile. We regret to learn that the Rev. O. 8. Russell hae mlgaed aa paetor of the D apt lit church here to aooept a call to JeffertOD City. Rev. H. F. Davit, Hate Sunday school evangelist, of St. Louie, occu pied the pulpit of the Christian church here Sunday morning and evening. Sleighing hae been very good here all the past week. The child nmnTuiil Vnnui Wonditrfui foiia im JOTS IkUS oS MSftSJ: Vehicle After having been conflned to the house for several daye last week with a severe cold, we are glad to see Mr. George H. Avltt, of tho P. & M, bank, again at hit de...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. a VOL. XI. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 14. 1902. NO. 2. WASHINGTON LETTER. Prom Our Regular Comiaondcat. Washington, D. C. February to. 1902. President Roosevelt's trip to the Chat leston exposition has been disarranged on account nl the iilneits of his son. The original inten tion was that he should leave Washington to day, accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt, several members of the Cabintt, and ladies of their families, and that the trip should be liesnrely made, the psrty not returning to Washington until the lent of the week. This has been changed to a flying trip to join Mrs. Roose velt at the beJside of their sou, in Groton, Msss. Not the least interesting of Gov. Taft's statements made to the Senate committee on the Philippines, in what is probably the long est hearing ever granted one man by a Con gressional committee, was that urging the Eurchase of the Isnd owned in the Philippines y tlic friara and its sale to the natives at low pi ices- He ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. - - , EaWred at the PottoStoe la Marshall, Mo., u Secead-alass Butter. TERMS: 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUMTtR, Eter. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MBUAKY 14, IQ02. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (romtrly Onw HuaUr.) OflM owr'Bank of Malta MARSHALL, MISSOURI. The prospects for early canal legislation are not good. Gold has been found on Peace river, Wash ington. We are resdy for peace. Seventeen insurance companies have with drawu from Texas, because of the anti-trust laws. The Pope rules that confessions made over a telephone, and dispensations granted by telegraph, are not valid. Kansas recently ruled the same way about marriages. Congressman De Arntoud has announced bis intention to enter the race for the United States senatorsbip from Mis souri. Will he adopt the Slone or the Champ Clark method ? An enterprising telephone manager in Illi nois has connected a number of farm houaea with different churches, so that farmers may bear sermons without go...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

. MAISHALL terUBLICAN. 3 mm Kledrii Site. t 6 J During thin month Mllen will Hell all ! Fancy French, Ger man, Austrian and ! J,p",iM CiiiwDinnerSetsJ I' I Cnpe and Saucera, ' Sugar and GreamH, Salad Bowls, Chop Dishm. Celery Trays and all Art Goods at i - ! Tweity jer (fit ill D I TJ 11 i j iwgiiiarrnce. mm i, w Mitw This Salel t t F. W, MILES, t 9 i i-st NE FEMEI ME Ml LOST Whaa Wa TtagFaag, Um (mom Chla. aaa MiaUtrr to WaaUngtoB, Irritable aad BQmewhas forgetfal fro a nrm cold, nilMed rat dy tram tb frost of Ua oap tba ImmraM dUmonil Im always waara tiara, ft was draadfntly frigbtased. A rriaad poiUd eat that tka mtatuB kad load. Yertaatly doaaad Me tar baa wroag aid bafors, aad that ttia diaavwd waaaafela tka rear. Bad Wu Ting Faag beea waar. lag a Bmwa'i Porona FlaaUr oa bia ebaat orbaek to aara Ma oold, ka Barer would kave doubtad ita looatioa. Ha would aara (alt it doing ita work, warming aad auk ing f exiblt tha torpid Biaedaa, axtractlng tka asia aad aaraaaaa. aaaaaotaag th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

MARSHALL IEPUBL1CAM. . I ! A I . A J ! HKipUOM OB ISrwy MNRi One of the happiest events of the wfeh was the receptioa gives Friday eveaiag by Mlia Hawkins and Mr. Horace Hawkins, ia hon or of their guests, Mimes Eleanor and Josephine Rea and Frances Austin, of Carroll ton. The Hawk ins' residence on Bast Yerby, which is one of those where young people, and their elders also, find a particu larly enjoyable hosoitality, is large and well adapted for entertaining, fend never looked more attractive than on Friday evening, with its glowing grate fires, many electric lights and decorations of carnations in the parlor and reception hall. Receiving in the pretty white and gold parlor were: Mios Hawk ins, the guests of honor, Misses Eleanor and Josephine Rea and Frances Austin, of Uarrollton, Ad dle C. White, of Moberly, and Martha Rea; Messrs. Horace Hawk iiis, Harry Francisco, Charles Cbapline and William Walker. Mrs. Harriet V. Hawkins greeted the guests in the library. Mrs. Cecil Wilson ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 February 1902

NA1SHALL ICrUBLICAN. i Infancy To Age kg? M ggggr-asnr SnBjgajgaJgaJge7& oXnDSSnWaWaWannV ale. tmr atablM. M the km and nraat effectltre remedy forchlldren. ST Ucmn it U pure and mFc bitng mad entirety of httmlc ingredient. BMT steam It la non Irritating and WW gripe of eaaata aaln w Irritation. BJOT because It ta rata and imthlli, BKST arcana "(MUHn lit U tmttiior il." MSTbrcautclla tonic propertle art so food and ao trcagtktamc that It keep Ihetttttconeeln An, he arty condition. II la a da nana Iking to ftvt mtle hahice violent cathanlea that rack and read thtlr Ulllt Indict. DON'T DO IT-glrt them JUAXAKOUt. For cenoWpatlen, coaled tongue, ahnplt cold, resttestaeae, loan of alee and ferns k fa la vat Me. A few drop can tt gtrtu wftk aatXy to very young hank-, and H will often relievo colic Ijr espelHsf I St orfad and gaa that canae H. It will aid dlgettlon, rtHert rttttei a cat, aaeUf netart and Induce alcep. Great relief la eiptrienced when adaHotetcred to young children ente...

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