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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntered at the I'nstolllcc In Marshall, Mo., at. Second-fin mutter. TKUMS: tl.00 VKll YKAU IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, I'KIIKUAKV 28, 1002. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, (KnriiHTly Ori'iir A lliliilvr.) OltU-f over Hunk of Miillni MARSHALL, - MISSOURI. Mcl.atirin says that Tillman is a liar ami no one lias raised up to deny it, not even Till man. The Democratic reorganize, led by I). H. Hill, have read the Chicago and the Kansas City platforms out of the party. Miss Stone, the missionary captive, has at last been freed and the Unitarian bandits have pocketed 100,000. Let it he hoped that both tuny now be good, and the subject forever dropKd. Tillman says that his obnoxious ways are not of his fault, but due to the political meth ods and training of South Carolina. The peo ple of his state should rememler this when he asks a re-election at their hands. "Von are making a misstatement just now, intentionally" Senator burton,...

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. — 28 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 Muslin Underwur Sile!S g Friday, March 7th, 1902, 8 8 For thin day only wo will givo 20 pur cent dfot count on nil of our MuhUii Underwear. Our Stock 5 of thlH goodn irt complete in every reniMJct, conHint 5 ing of Ni(lt Dresses, Skirts, demises, Thin in mi opportunity 8)M!oplo of Saline county to Goodn nt much Leu thnn g Hoimsmher themt goods nro all Now and Strictly up 5 todnto. and tho Kediculounly Low Price wo will S put on thuin on tliit Special Sale Day will Certain 8 n s ly l)o an incentive to every Lady to come and hoo how Cheap Wo Aru Offering them We will HtiU continue to nell all of our Winter Underwear at 2 ft H'.r cent discount. W. H. FLETCHER, Marshall, GOOD NEWS FOR THE SICK! Rtturn of tht Old Tin' ri'ir.'M'iili(llvi'nif tlnriili'nu Miillrnl mtil Oplli'iil (Nmipituy, whlrh lin liwn .tMti.l.Mtfti.'il lii llil.nir.i ..t-.ir !kl HHn. u It. nr.. iimkliiir iii.nil lili vImIIk In Mnrliiill. ..nil Ih t'tllKtllll'li III Hotel Ming, Thursday, Mar 13, 1 d...

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. — 28 February 1902

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Him or Her-Whkh? A man in thin town says he is fooled nearly every time he goes to the postoffice. He say there will be a lot of mail in hia box and he will be all expectancy, expecting a remittance from some one of his debtors or an invitation to the ban ?uet to be given soon or a letter rom some long absent friend. But imagine how he feels when on examination he finds it is all, except one letter which contains a dun for his last summer's ice bill, for his wife who is nn officer in one of the Sunday schools of the town and gets letters, circulars, papers, book, catalogues and sample cop ies of everything, with a request that she read the prospectus to the Kchool and take a local agency. He says that makes him tired and that he will get her a box for her mail so that he will not have to swear so much at being disappoint ed. As long as he is compelled to swear he docs not feel that his wife lists n lair chance. Import a ot. The election of a United States sena...

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. — 28 February 1902

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5 PMC SALE! I will Sell at Public Auction on my Farm, known as the "Jarvis Smith Place' four miles west of Nelson and four miles south of Napton, on Monday, March 17, 1902, THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY 2 Extra Good all-purpose Mares, ages 6 and 8 years. One Extra Good 6-year-old all-purpose horse. Ona Extra Good 2-year-old Horse, not broke. One yearling Denmark horse Colt. Five Good Milch Cows, one of which is a thoroughbred Durham, weighing 1500 pounds and a good milker. Fifteen Steers and 16 Heifers high grade and mostly white faces, all yearlings. Two Thoroughbred Berk shire Brood Sows, one with 8 fine pigs by side. One bran new Surrey. One good Buggy. 2 Farm Wagons. One Hooser Wheat Drill. 3 spring-trip Cultivators. Two single "A" Harrows. One double "A" Harrow. Two Double Shovels. Two Diamond one-horse plows. Three 12-inch John Deering Breaking Plows, good as new. Two sets of plow and one set of wagon Harness. One new 1-horse Corn Drill. 50 bushels of Fe...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

V MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. K. I). Viz, of Malta Bend, was la town Friday. Mr. Isaac, Hadln, of Sharon, was In town Saturday. Charles Barr, of Shackelford, was In town Saturday. John L. Peak, of Blackburn, was In Marshall Saturday. A. C. I'unstcr, of Sallno City, was a visitor In town Friday. A. U. Judge, of Shackelford, was a visitor to our city Friday. Mr. II. T. Pense, of Napton, was a Marshall vislto Saturday. M. II. Townsend, of Arrow Hock, was In Marshall Saturday. Mr. William Putsch made a busi ness trip to Glasgow Friday. Mr. A. S. Kvans, of-.Wuvorly, was a visitor to Marshall Friday. Henry Terrell, of Longwood, was a visitor to Marshall Saturday. .Miss Louise Van Dyke has gono to Chluugo for a visit with friends Miss Mamie llanna, of Miami, vlsl led friends In Marshall Saturday. Mr. M. Johnson, of Falrvllle, was a limine visitor to Marshall Sulurday. Mrs. Frank K. Hlgney, of Shuckel ford, was shopping In Marshall Fri day. J. (1. Neer and J. P. Demons, of Grand Pa...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

MARSHALL tEPUBLICAN 7 Shit She Ml j Expect. The (JmI tf LeTe h I Mrlftg a tkfi OmI T Marriage to Maternity. When yotnw nan and yeaag wom.a re ve.ry much In love every step of life they take is timed to the mutic of tlte wedding march. The happy contumma tion may be years away, but down the path-of the yean the clear eyea of love ditcern the spot which aome day they shall call home. And when the mar riage ia consummated and the home founded another thought begins to fill the mimla of wife and husband, a thought that Ilea too deep for words, the thought of a cooing baby voice, of THE NEXT 9TKP In wifely preparation ia to prepare foe motherhood. Preparation by the um of I)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will f ive bodily strength and mental cheer ulneaa. It will banish that feeling of fear and apprehension which ao many women suffer from at this time. It will encourage the appetite, induce refresh Ing leen, and make the baby's advent practleilly painless. "I was pleased that Dr. Fier...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

s MARSHALl REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Mr. and Mrs. George Deal, of Fair vllle, were shopping In Marshall Mon day. Alex Long, of Shackelford, was looking after business matter In Mar shall Monday. Miss Vlrgle McReynold Is enter talnlng her friend, Miss Lucy Bur rust, of Miami. George Kills, of the Napton neigh borhood, made this office a pleasant call on Monday. Dr. D. C. Gore, who has been In Kansas City for a few days on busi ness, has returned home. We were sorry to learn that Mrs. Frank Mitchell has been confined to her room with a severe cold. Miss Nellie Orear, who has been visiting at home, returned to her school at Columbia Monday. Miss Ksma Reynolds, who has been the guest of friends In Slater, has re turned to her home at Marshall. Miss Kima Willis, of Gilliam, a former student of Missouri Valley College, Is visiting friends In Mar shall. lion. Matt Hall was calling on his friends II Marshall Monday. Mr. Hall is a caudldate for Congress from this district. Mr. and Mrs. Ste...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

0 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 5f 0(C jC I U Missouri BlateKz. ... 10:81 . m ( ii A - OBHiater Accommodation. .artiip.iii .-IP KAMT lOChlcagoMmltedl .HtSSp.m ( HHt. UiuU Vestlbuled.. 1 1 IW p. in gt UK) ..oral freight JltlOii.m j A ' : f 7 Chicago Limited , IMn.nl S HI KansasClty Avem'n....TiM.Bi Ji l 111 ft A 111 WKHT II VeitlbulfRxprvM ittiTp.m IT V All VII All 1ft Missouri Hlate K.z 4tlAp.m S KHILtWnK 117 I-oral Freight 7m a. in Z vitar -T a Sk.1 1- IIAand 117 dally, except Munday. Allother j TlMr TJIDIrV tralnsdally. Cupon tickets on aale to nil 1 llnL lADLLO' c,K.!n ,h' MU,M' C. K.COMNKTT, Agent. MUMri Ndfk. i.e., n.at.. pmaioK. 3r JuJt (11 departs 7tfit. m K jPr KArVrllTzarrlves ..llunn.m rt AH M7S departs 11:1ft p. in J Jfi, (s arrives li:Mp.m A IF 4 W KMT IN departs ItlBp.m (171 arrives 6:Dp.m A J.. Kakhulu Agent. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! M (loif Out Sale! Life of George Wanhington, Jno. Adam, Thou. JctTerHon, Jameri Madison, JaniOH Monroe, John Quiuey Adama, Andrew Jack won, Martin Van...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Pater's Last Battle. from the Washington Fust. "It Is a (act not very widely known," said a retired army office? the other day, "that do leas an officer than General Custer came to hit death through the desertion from hla ranks of a common aoldler. You won't hear of this story from the officer! now hold In j? a commission In the army, and when I've told you tl.e story you will understand why It Isn't spoken of to the reporters. "Custer was a bom cavalry leader. Ills reputation was made by dash In jr. dare-devil attacks, such as marked the closo of his career. In other re siccts he was not a great soldier. He died lljhtlng and one Is to remember in judging him that ho lived In ruder times than ours. Custer was one of the men of thn plains of that earlier day when the Indian's scalping knife had frequent need of sharpening, and a white rascal sometimes found the wages of sin to be a roie, a tree limb, and live minutes to pray. Thege or al's fallings were closol...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

II 3 ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. NEW GOODS! ! $ gEvery Department is being! rapidly filled with the New and Best Styles i of the Season. OurPrices for Quality Are Low. iQTT'VrjQ We arc able to give thegg wn.VE Best Makes at prices & I within the reach of all. Our $1.69 is a) itwo dollar shoe at other stores. Good 5$ ! Clean Dongola or jlace and all sizes, $1.69. MNSlil UtfcfWM. J (ioxl, CU-nn, Sanitary, !V(U Mmlu (innuentri of 'Muslin. Nnmxook Cam ihriu and Long Cloth ! Trimmings, thu lMJHt, will Igive Sat infliction and ! Cheaper titan having them uinrit?. Suo Thin Lino. S Our prices on j& Laces ara 20 to 25 Si? such goods are sold iMYERS P Marshall, Ortnd Opart. No Mich otiiMirtunlty to Inviime ac uulnUil with the best maiter-iileces of the onmposers of all scholls of )M'i u hits ever been afforded music lovers of this city, as that offered by the Ciihtle Sitinre Seuson of Kngllsh Grnnd 0Nru which the Castle Sijuuiv Compiiiiy will shortly Inaugurate at Manuger Short's handsome ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 February 1902

'tm. .-. 12 MARSHALL IEPUBLICAN. SLATER. It. Harkeilulo was a visitor at Mar nhall Friday. Mn. K. C. Simm entertained ruciU from Marshall Sunday. Llndsey Docker and F. T. Norrts were In Marshall Wednesday. V. S. Hctkctt from Alklnn, Iowa, formerly from Marshall, ha decided to moke hi homo In Sinter. Mr. I .yd la Fletcher, of Chicago, and daughter. Mr. Stanley Wilson and ami, of Western Spring, Ill,, are Kiietn of M. Mann and family. Mra. Fletcher I Mr. Mann's lister. A. It. Pollard, formerly of Stater, but fur a year or two ha been living In St. Louis hus bought proteity here again and will make thin hU home for the future. He ayn Slater I good enough for him mid he U wel coined back by hi many friends. .lohn K. Hull ha moved to town. A Mr. Duckworth ha alxo moved from the country Into Sltitur. They will all like It ait we have good schools, good ehurehes, n good town and uood pen pie, but we are xliorl on houses Juit now. The town Mug full of the ex tea force tlml ha lately been pu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

1 .. . '-'f-'M I No. 47 Vol.. XII. MARSHALL, SALINE OOUNTV, MISSOURI, JANUARY 1, 1U04. I. I.?! Ill Subscription mm I a: LOCAL TrninH Ia.s Marshall, (HIIMI wkmt. Ho.TCnl.iiml Col, IJmllxl . .tannin No. II K.C. AreomimKUIIon .Titia m No. II Ve.tlliule Ktpreas ... II Alp In No.ISMI.uiurlMi.tr K press (lit pin No. IH Ur-al rrrlilit .. ...TUlam OOI.NII KAHT. No. II Ml.tnurl HtM- Kipre.t .. IllJlmn No. M HUter Aironi. crl Hun. .00 p in No. TI Hitter Arvmn. NumUt nnlx -ltf-00 p m No. It Ht. loult Vrillbulnl . ..II.Mpm No. tOCftJ anil Col. IJmltnl .AW pin No. 1 14 nil III (Lily eirrpt Hunan?. All oilier train. dllr. Coupon Ticket on Ml to all prominent point In tb I'nlieil HIMrs, Cnd mi J Mtllro. II, K. IIAWTIIUHNR.Acnl. Missouri Pacific Time Card. KAHT IMiUNli. No. If. r..eiig.r,piMe Marshall ,l.ivem No. 1111.11 SiUIH,rrli., ..utUam No. tit lirl KreliM, lee ,. 11.10 ni WKMT HUUNIi. No. If, laanivr. passes Mftrslisll .111 p 111 No. Ill liochl t'rtltil, arrive ItJOpm No. Ill luteal Frettbl, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

f . i .I.7. r.ifJ, Mirslall Rcpiblicia 1. 1. WI1T. CAM M4 Trf. J0DO J. HtTtTIt, AMlitulMHM MAMHALL, - MtMOVU Socratet made a fatal mistake fa drinking hemlock, Inatead o( apnea' beer. Somebody ll bo mrt to till thai "wMltrn millionaire" U( hi ear are not mates. Drain fag It rapldlr becoming a fatal disease when It la accompanied by delirium tremens. The men wh$ stole the plant of our champion aubmarloa torpedo boat ought' to bo blown up. Women will know how to plar whist when men know how to giro the baby bath. Now otk Frctt. Borl Rarafoft li quite at dead at anjr of thn other revolutionists that wcra massacred In Turkey no more. Bclenco hat discovered that there are 200 klndt of mosquitoes, but the me adjective will apply to all of them. Carrie Nation It wasting a great deal of nervous force that might be uted to adrantago In hunting for the north pole. Ladles are being asked to take oft their hate In church In order that thote behind them may tea the polnta In Ji aermon. florae ca...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

MAR3HALL REPUBLICAN afc ii A"" qHMifr"Mi THL U1KL THALi WAY STORY Or Y K. HOUOII. AUTHOR Of THK HTOHY .OP.THK C Ctttrllkfd. tin, i, I). AiUlltm A- Ctmtmi. Htm Vtrh CriAPTBR VII Continued. Franklin hid small notion ot Curly' locality, but he heard hla voles, halt taunting and half encouraging, and calling on hla pluck a ho nw aome hope of a euccoaafut Issue, he resolved to ride It out If It ley within him ao to do. He waa well on with hla rcno lutlon when he heard another voice, which he recognised clearly. "Good bor, Ned," cried out this voice heartily, though likewise from aome locality ret vague. "It ride the dlvll to a finish, mo bor! Olt up hla liead. Ned I Olt up hla head I The tnurderln', haythln' bruto! Kill html Rid him out!" And ride him out Franklin did, per liapa aa much by good' fortune aa br kill, though none but a shrewd horse man would have hoped to do this feat. Hurt and Jarred, ho yet kept upright, and at last he did get the liorso's head up and saw the wild per for...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

t. vt. r Taw country Democrat) are be ginning to rcsllze bow their ' votes and withe countl I . , FrWyrJMttryMriW4. --r - - MARSHALL "WEPU1LI0 AN - J jzzr niin vrini v nsiriiT pi r AD I MP rHn UUn T tAif L I bnrJll uLtRnllib ( TeUphon No. 9. I :i i mi i i .. . Thb Republican Editorial Auo elation will meet in St. Joseph' on January 15 and 16 An interesting program has been prepared. AnoTMKR 4o piano Is lo be "given away" by a Marshall paper In a voting contest. The public fnds these ''(tee" pianos rather expensive. Onk ol our Marshall contempo raries says ou ahould subscribe (or that paper because It is "not sore on the Supreme Court " The ed Itor la eligible to membership In the "ring." Fuoitivu Krati will be brouKht back from Mexico soon. K his at torneys succeed In getting his cane up to the Supreme Court, he will be In no danger, Ilelug a Repub lican, he may not he able to reach that august body. Salink county la solid for Rouse telt. We believe that this Is the case In the Repu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

MARSHALURERUBLICAN Friday, January 1, 1904. ORAND PASS A happy and prosperous New Year to all our (t lends and neigh bora and may He who knows what la best direct the people and give us another Republican President this coming year. While all our merchants report a satisfactory Christmas trade Christ Baa day was very quiet In town. The snow house on Christmas eve at the M. 15 Church under the management of Frank Long was a spendid success; the little folks per forming their part of the program nicely aud only glad and joyous faces could be seen from beginning to end. Henderson Ritchart was the thank ful recipient ol a Cne cedar tree for a Christmas gift from D. Rohu. Walter I'rahm from St. Louis is visiting hi parent. Scott Chrisman entertained his nearest relatives with a bountiful dinner on Christmas day. Miss Hstella Young from Craw fordvllle, Wis., Is spending Christ mas with her mother, Mrs. H, V. Hicks. Miss Rocna Taylor (rem the Dip tlst Colltge at Lexington, Mo., is with his...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

AW! 3 in -" V MUrfflU- a . . -a- eVl , 'i'M, tr . ' '1 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN i ir. 1 rlahteat and Bt of th tana f the Morning. HrlihtMl and beat of lb eons of Oft morning, 'Dawn an our 'darkness, end land u , thin (M: liter of the Kutt, th horln adorning, ,(114 where our Infant Itadeeroer I v - laid. r Cold on. hit cradle the dsw-dropo are ahinfng, Law Iim hla htad with the beasts of the atalli -jftfivftla mAnrm Mm In ilnmhtp rM1tntnf. witr ana jtonarcn ana savior as miu ay, lull wo yltld Mm, In coatly dfo- Odora of Kdam. end orTtrlnss djln, lion, Gem of the mountain. , ana I peatU ot the Myrrh rom lha forest, and gold from ocean, ina minor Vainly wa offer each amnta nhlalloa, Valnlr .with (Ifta would his favor curat Itleher by tar la lha hesrt's sdorsllon, Uesrer to Oo4 are tha prsytrs ot lha lllhop lltber. riOBiu RISTAAaS Everybody aalit Michael Flanagan would "col broken' It ii wasn't nor aevero on hit brat. Crlm waa ram pant everywhere In tha city, and thtro wit a loud outcry agai...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

asm ; wuito. - vt .ta 'fry - MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MCHESTESL RIFLE A PISTOL CARTRIDGES. " It's the shots that hit that count " Winchester Ride and Pistol Cartrldgee In all calibers hit, that Is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene trating blow. This Is, the kind of cartridgea you will get, If you insist on having the time-trie Winchester make. all DtALsaa aau. winchister maks or cAarauxia. VSIYTO V XottJ& CURED. aamtsnuauufT COLD CURE Da yH knew that oaM MMft SJXrtt If tlM BWC4 ara thoroughly cImms4 ami aetlva? Dr. C.Hw.ll't mumii . Syrup Pepsin la the bMt sMtMc4sMfMa a90M ft WHiMHttMyMHM Mt aMM or sMm aaf. fafatr Try it w arc yaw ajraffMti KPSHI ITSUP C4J., MMtlMtl. HL WC DEMAND VOLR ATTENTION. H wtyoitt otlrrid you jooe) tJouar lor an Impirlicl om Would )M tlkt Si oJttnd you ont good cottar lor 75 ctrdl ol had moiuy would you Ui it r (Wi offer you fo eunui of th. wry ben sUfth made lor Kk.' No other brtnd h to good, ytl' iN othtn tori I0t for 12 ountu. Oun Ii but...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 January 1904

''Je Trldajr, January 1, 1904, THREE HHNnSOME PRIZES TO BE GIVEH In Big Sale Pays yith every dollars worth, of goods you buy you get a number, which' gives you a chance to get one of the Handsome Prizes ABSOLUTELY FREE. i mama FIRST PRIZE Choice of a hand somely upholster ed Couch worth $15, or a $15 Suit of Clothes. SECOND PRIZE A splendid, good and durable Bu reau Trunk, Worth - $12. THIRD PRIZE A handsome Silk Plush Upholstered Parlor Settee, Worth - $7.50. As a proper and becoming wind-up of the most successful business season we have ever knowrf, we now throw our stock upon the mercy of the people, sparing nothing and reserving-nothing of our winter stock, and offer you the greatest Bargains that will be offered in i Marshall. Every dollars worth ot Men's and Boys' Winter Suits and Overcoats must be cleared away before February 1st. We are going to make it a sale that will bring the crowds to our store from start to finish. You cannot afford to miss it, nor :an you afford to wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ii Vol. XII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JANUARY 8, 1B04 No. 48. Subscription to this Paper, f 1.00 Per Annum in Aovanok, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal mtmX X LOCAL K TABLE tiuisii wr.T LKAVLh .Nut 1 Nul Sail ' No It I ' OUM.ai Mlm II OUnJ slpa Islsr t- tl"illl" Borlon . T.IK" M.0I- AHMIAI.I. ) J.M" ll" I .!- tkMlslfult. t.U" 4" MlUoa.rt t.tl" III" IstkSara. JJ- IzW ' ." OOIMI KAVT LRAVKM Nail NoSO Srf1 Nlli (Uekkara. IIJAani tjf Mt.Uoatrl ll.ll" III" .. kwkblaM H.M" 1M" MAKHIIALL. , ll.M ! IOio IIJli srtos s.l " 1 .. IbUl tl" IJ IIMa, UllUsa, ... I MO" ' K.IO" i sibm m .In. I ur Is Is., r..Mnf.f trs,t-I.sftoassls list. nitN tM4 f i-ob llrktUwn ttlt la ill falfst f-olDtt t Ifc i ansa f . nv.iroi U, B.llAWf HMHI. (fat. Missouri Pacific Time Card HUlNCI KAM ?Ji. II tiMtMr. !,. Mst.bsll tlo. Ill -lsl rsiM. Msr.n.ll UlMSO WKsT. Nv. It- l's.R.r. 1st MsriLsll No. Ill - tsl Yrlht. I.ii X.r.b.ll S.Msai 11.10 aa. sls M I -i Strl's.., Kr tfujnfsftil VltlU...

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