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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 January 1904

i 4 i I ! Marshall Repntlican J. J. WITT, rdllof eat Free. JVDOB J. H. RCKTKtl AMlMtal UIM' MARSHALL, MIMOUR1 Kin Peter g laid to b In trouble. at 414 he expert when he aeoepted ue J06T Otn. VIMoen, tho Dor leader, hai Married n BnglUh woman. Bubja- PIM U but Tti Electrlo Mult exhibit, all lb Innate afcrewdneii of bit flith-end- blood prototype. Blr Thomaa Upton appear, to have niil up bit mind that ba would Ilka to Iota tba cup again. A Sotton bacteriologist baa dlscov ared a new cause of tcarlet few. Tba affect remalaa tba tame at formerly. Joseph Chamberlain doetn't believe In phyttcal aierctta and never take, any but ba katpa'otbtr people mov Iruj lively. Tba problem of .eeurtng radium It not iiearly to tcrlout at would ba the problem of wbat to do wltb It It It were common. A Pennsylvania man who ran to; eaten a tram mo otter aay died at a mult of bit orcrexcrtlon. Hut bo taut bt tba train. . Tbo United Stale senator, uted up 10,000 qulnlno plllt latt yoar, and no body knowa 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. — 8 January 1904

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN m BtA""' 'A' "iV "A "A iiW' muCT V WVV A m mm, mm v. TT fHALFWAY HOUSE! story or T Y K. HOUOH. AUTIIOK O P TUB BTOKY Or Tll COWIIOY w rm i kl I met. Am n ... . ClUritkltd, , D, CHAPTER X. Contlnutd. And io It was. Tho procession of tha und dunes began to show gaps and open plco. The hills grow less tall and more regular oi "Hllne. "We're all right for water now," said flam. "Sea that llltta pile of rocks, 'bout aa high aa jour head, olt to the right down the crook? That' water tnere, sura." , They now rods on moro rapidly, bearing oft toward tho calm which made tha water algn. All at onca Juan lifted hla hold, llttoned for a tnomont, and then said, with positive ness In his rolco: '-Vacasl" ("cows; cattle"). Curly straightened up In his saddto a though electrified. "Vacaa? Onde, juanT whera's any cowsf" "Vacasl nuchas," repeated Juan caretossly, "Lota of 'cm? Well, I'd Ilka to know where they are, my Illy of the Tal ler," said Curly, for onco almost In credulou...

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 January 1904

Friday. January, 8, 1904 "-MAnarhar repoblioan MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. rUa4 mry YtUty mi mtnA l la ij.1 Bm tt Mar.liili.Mo., wfwxUkM salt . TERMSitl.OO rtn Year in Advance. J.J.WITT, Editor mil Prop. Telephone No. 9. LIOAL ttUTtUES-Uil frt will eotr imi far, ly eHr1t( thlr lfl Mti rI14 In IS B.fHH.. Tn rl(kl lo hM lb krrrotltM, 0r l-rte la Ik ki.l I.Kll. XOtlCE-W. M l.a 10 -4 la ltrMk (kiyofltakoduvt no! vial II aof ttl la ff fr . rrf ! f.foaall. alir1 ri.l. ifyvt nllvi9iilU ofr stuff Of tof piltlr, lf ! rfkl tear takftrrlf lies U M P- FREEilllaliVjirfrianbaertUra ar tatlll4 to Ika Kaautl'ilf !; Jrtial In. TkHl.a iU wff.r, kal lb ra fa; a" In aatanv at ri ar aM Ufa J aotk aaJ l4lr ra lara Ika rmarlf maal, Arrtaraafc-fflUr.aVirl. at f Ik aMof oar aiir, iaailaiiai. M rr grlUn. It, raM vilra took atvplaf. aa4 a aart at Ilia Itjl.a IomIImI. Mai IL Wa ts! laalaal aad kaap lr aniant, A cook resolution: When the opportunity preent, have a good house cleaning from the "high court" to the const...

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 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, January 8, 1904. ounty 9U s I SLATER Miu Marion Reid returned to Marthill Tuesday, having assisted In the posloffice here or several days. Mrs. Whit Williams, who has spent several day with her moth er, Mrs. Mary Perkins, returned Wednesday to her home in Cam den Point, Mo. Mrs. Finnegan, of Marshall, pent a few days here this week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wrn. Simuis. Miss Julia Dumilca returned to Cape Girardeau, Mo., Sunday morning having spent the holiday week with her grandmother, Mrs. S. O. Turner, We regret indeed the death of Mrs. Fred Blickburu last Friday. Mrs. lllackburn, better known as Bessie Key ton, was a sweet modest' pupil at school, a lovable daughter j and a very happy little wife, who will be greatly missed. Elder E. L Fly, of Atchison, Kanas, came to conduct the funeral service diii Sunday alternoon. Iitfore lie could I return home, another cf his faithful members was called home. Miss Belle Vaughan, who has leen a very great su...

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 January 1904

NOTABLE EVENTS OF THE YEAR 1903 16., as 'I 4 I 1 (1 ,1f The year lie) J will be known as th record year of prosperity In the Unit ed SUM. Home few crops hare not fielded to largely they did la former years, tut the prices received were eo much hither tbtl the ihortsgo was more then madi, p fur. Cotton reached the highest figure t which It has been told elnce the war. Ilecf end leather hare been unprece dented high. I'elroteum and IU product advanced In price 25 per cent. Iron and steel were aold at hlch prion and the demand waa o (treat that orders could not bo filled within a reasonable time, and seaport cities made large purthasee abroad because deliveries were so much delayed. The production of precious metals will probably turn out to be nearly 7 per cent greater than last year. Th rice crop of Texas, a new Indus try practically, was remarkably large and sold fur high Rguies. Tremendous dltcomlee of petrole um on the 1'aclflc coast enabled that part of the country to substitute ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 8 January 1904

'1 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Mrs. Fairbanks tells how neglect of warning symptoms, will soon prostrate a Xt t t , woman. She thinks woman s satcjruard is . t e 0 I Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ! "Vrxn Sins. I'inkham: Ifrnornnco nnd neglect nro tho causo of untold femalo BUfTcrlnc, not only with tho law of health hut with tho chanco of a euro. I llil not lioctl tho wtmliiCT of headaches, organlci rain, and Kcneml weariness, until I was well nich prostrated, I knew I .had to do something, llnpjilly I did tho right tiling. I took I.yilln, E. X'lnuiinnrit cirru.oio uoiiipotinii i.iitiiitiuy, according tn directions, and vens rewarded In n few weeks to llnd that my nclies and pains dis appeared, and I acnln felt tho glow of health through ray body. tlnco 1 have, been well I havo beenmoro careful. I havo also ndvlncd n number of my tick friends to tako I.yJIa K. IMnl.liam'a Veg-etnMfi Com- pound, and they havo nover had reason to lio sorry. Yours very truly. aim. MAY AiniiANKVJio ooutu...

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 January 1904

ArJday, January 8, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN in! mm lkj news. 1 MARSHALL MARKETS. Mambaix, Jan. a, im. Vic! changed weekly by Ilea A Page Milling Co. tnd eubjeet to market ohsaagee. Wheat 00 to 82o OBro, old Mo POULTRY "Weakly quotation by Marshall Pro isvoe Co., subject to merketchanges. K Batter Ho Saving Chickens . 'o Hmi To Rooelera 3a 'Geese, full feathered, per lb.... So Btxkt , "o Ban Turkeye .. . lie Night Wat HtrTarror would cough nearly all night ong," wrltee Mre. Chee. Applrgale, of Alexandria, lod., "and could hard y Kt any sleep, t bad consumption ofaad that If I walked a block ! sould cough frlgblfullr end spit blood, but, when all other medicines ailed, three 11.00 bolllee of Dr. Klng'e Hew Discovery "holly cured me aod gained M pounds." It's absolutely tuaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Grippe, llronchltti aod all Throat Troublti. Price 60c aod 11.00. Trial bottlei free at I'. II. Franklin's Drug "Rtaire. Installation Sarvlca ller. John K. Abbott ! Initalled at paitor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 January 1904

I. fc ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. XII. MARSHALL, S A LINK COUNTY, .MISSOURI, JANUARY 16, 1H0J. No. 4tt. Subscription to this Paper, $1.00 Pur Annum Iff Advance, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal X LOCAL criiovofigTAyroNr rv. ilotNn WKT I.KAVKH NoT Nei Noll j Not Olllia .. Ilolaai ISi latar tt" t II IS " Ito" Bottofl , Tin- .IHJ" AlMlAf.t, t.W ll" IIJ" lk...lloi.. . III" MllmuM HI" Maratnrn. T.l" 110. I.IS " r.lHMI ICt.T LBAVKH Ngll No SO NoWjNaU lacks',, tl.CHVani IX. Ml jwa4 II. U " Ml " "ba.al.lof.1 Hit" MT " .. . . .. MAI1IIAI.I. II.TA" tm lt.ia HJlim Srsrt.ni ll.lt S.I lain IttI " KM- HOT" lllkta oiiium ii ii N : .! " . stay., cm, aia nal er to las i atr. laSu.ilft 4L asa ts lb line rant flast1! l mil i-pring, l'o-oa tit aala on aals lo til -ruwlnst 4ilala In tts I'Mtad fMalaa. Canala a! Maatao, O. E.llAOSi.a.'.a. ai.nl. Missouri Pacific Time Card. UOIKH EAT R ll-Paa.!., taam Maraball t.Maai u. Ill lal rslLI, laa.sa Maraball ll.lilaai IIOINO Vl KkT. o.t -1'aiaant.r. laava...

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. — 15 January 1904

Marshall Republican J. J. IITT, Editor and Proprietor, MIB80UIU. Never meddle with people wbo don't aaeddle with Too. When a man celebrate bit birth day he takea a day off; a woman, a year. Life. Recklei railroading "make time" for the tralna, but It make eternity for the pattenger. An ret no eollrge prcaldcnt ha an nounced a ti.0O9.00O ChrlMma gilt from uncle Ituaacll Sage. If the Harvard profcasor who haa ; t.. found tho .carlet fever germ could Tll0 cc.rrctpondcnt claim ho ha au only loie It permanently! thentlc Informalon that thoie Id of- They are christening tho liable Tar- (Hal In New York. What a fine Wag' ' i nerlan racket they'll make! A floating paragraph ear "rate eat f "b" ,n? 1,0 ho u,ftU that ICO.OOO.OOO worth of food In thl. coun- tho. u ,n1, 0 ,li01 ? been uy In ono year." ItaUT Itatal t ml' I r colored In order to con- ( ccsl thli official disquiet. Mr. Carneglo hai now given away I ,.TI' i corr.-apondent sue on to .ay 1.000 llbrarlea-cnoURh to tako up ,u,l th ar l...

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. — 15 January 1904

MARSH ALL REPUBLIC AN r I wrama I i i i i i i i T ItsPTfll in UEUaJMIfS MISSOURI NOTES .1 f Jfma lr I tmvu --.w Ill mXMa ' '. . . I i Let your hope out. mm your mausiry Keeps The accuracy library is for co-operation tn inor ma Hon on the enemies oj easy errors and the friends of forethought, to re duce mutually expensive mis takes of mechanical, commer cial and professional peovle. THE MOSAIC METHOD. Main w a city young min gn(j bad a method of overcoming evil with evil. One day ho fouml a man killing en othtr man, no ho klllol tho killer. Ilia method waa not appreciated by any one, no ho went tu live, on a farm for forty ycara. Ho fouml a father-in-law who taught Mm a lot of common sense. When ho hail Icarncil to do a fow thlnK riitht then Owl called on him ami gavo him an onlcr. Moses had a lot of zeal when ho knew everything except how to do It right. Now that ho know how to do It right and had an order ho lost hli xeal. Ho wanted his hrother to ho given tho order, so Rod lot him...

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. — 15 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLIOAN Friday, January 15, 1904. i 1 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. l M MankalLMa., H NMMia Mil aalltf. Tmit 11.00 pra Year in advance. J.J.WITT, - Editor and Prop. Talaphona No. 9. UOAL NOTICM-O.i rrlaa.a III aoalaf a fraat fatar St ottarlai iwir lata) Mtlaaa ti.M la lie Htfabllaaa. YeafcaraarUMlaaaaJtStia fcra roa bw, Oar rW I ISa t-at.l eft al.taat. XOTlCg-U'a4aMlal.atoaal Ika Rt.aMiaa. la aajvaa abaduaa at a.at II m a,t. lo .at lot . l-tpara ara troaiilf tart' oa rat1' It oa alalia dlMoatlsa Jaara-r aaUf; aa or faar la.tar, b.l flat, .aa thai put aaVarrltUo I. faU an. rHXE alt AbVAlir. aaUarihara ara aatltl.4 la Ik. Kiaua Cltj U'Mklf Jo.ra.l Iraa. TV. I. a tig tBH, fcal Ika afana aha (af . a. la a4aaa att, a. mack liaia aad aork aad aa ilaalj ra lara Ika caailla.al. Arrarfctrllrt4rrlra rt A Ika aa el ear anmay, ika a, Uk f kaaraa f aar ..Ilia. It, taaa eitre tK.k k.rla( aaa a a.l U Una Iryl. lotcllaA. Mala Ika taa. tkl eiataal aad k.. la adtaera, The war iware hit subsided a ...

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. — 15 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, January 15, 1904. (Bounty 5ee AYRES Acoapte ol Litter Diy Saint conducted services at Davis Khool house Ut week. Tbey said they were Mormons and bellved In polygamy. They attempted to ex plain their beliefs, but we have not learned whether they succeeded In getting any converts or not, Jefferson Worrell spent a few days in Kansas City last week, Floyd wants to know where Aunt Jane Is. That's rlgbl 'dear farmer,' post your own farm and bunt on some other fellow' pi ice. We hear that Jnbnnle and George visited in Harmony neighborhood Tuesday night of last week. We have been told that there la a sur plus of old maid in that vicinity. We wonder If that Is the attraction. George doesn't look as happy as he did. Now he often sings, "you can't play In our front yard any more," "You'll be sorr when you see me sliding down our cellar door." He says the worst thing about it is, that his supply of su gar is shut off Our Baptists were afraid ol get ting sprinkled Sun...

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. — 15 January 1904

in a aTl li ' r if .U 1 r 4 " - f j ,'vju , MARSHALL REPUBLICAN m'7 1 111! Wit " ft THE GIRL AT THE! HALFWAY HOUSE) BY K. MOUCII. AUTIIOH Of TUB STOUT OF TUB COWBOY T CiitrHkm. tin, tr J). Altltf f Cftfmr, Nlm Vrk J CHAPTER XllCntlnu4. On morning Bstterslelgh wtt at work at bit Itttta tabl,- engaged, at h later explained, upon the co b peti tion of a letter to the London Timet, descriptive of the agrarian altuatloa In the United Btatee of America, when he w Interrupted tr a knock at hli door. "Come In, come In, Ned, or box." ha exclaimed ae ha threw open tho door and recognised hit visitor. "What' the new thlt mornln'f" "New?" laid Franklin itallr. hold ing hie hinde behind hie back. "1'v newe that you can't guec food new." He held up a small bag beforo Bat torslelgh's face. "If not potato, Ned?" (aid Bst terslelgh In an awed lone of Tolce. Franklin Isughcd. "No better than that." he laid. Hattrrslclgh approached hi face to tho bag and snuffed at It once, twice, thrlm, aa though hi ...

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. — 15 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Pe-ru-na. This centenarian U an ardent friend of lVrune, having uaen u many years. . In (peaking of hU gout liMlth ana ex treme old age. Mr. Brock iajti t "After a man bat lived In the world aa loon a 1 bare, be ought to bar found Mr. Brock's Age is 115 Years. i ImEP otitis: Hn.llAAfl inooK. BORN IN BUNCOMBK OO..IN.O., MARCH 1, 1788. mi. u us vein, vouched for by authentic record. He yi "I at tribute my extreme age to the uae of I'enina. A abort time ago, bjr rrqneet. untie Iiaae came to aco. and l for bit plo- lure. In hi band he new a euca cut Dorabttora the United States was ormed. SawM President tiectea. Pe.ru.na hat protected blm from all sudden changes. Veteran of tour wars. Shod a hone when 99 year old. Alway coaquered Iht grip with Peru.ne. Wltnttt In m land mult at the age ot 110 years. Uellere Pe-ru-na the greatest remedy ot the ago for catarrhal dlteaieu ISAAC HltfX.'K....

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. — 15 January 1904

Ik- if Us i; -1 'i i I t, 'if' i r . Hj Hl i t H The Proprietors of THE NEW YORK RACKET wish to extend to you at the close of the most prosperous year, our cordial greeting and expressions of good will. Prosperity has been quite general and we trust that cu, like ourselves, have received a generous share. The year just passed has been, for the NEW ORK RACKET, a phencmlnal one, our sales reaching the enormous sum of $187, 374.C 8 for the j ear. This tnrrerse trade o!irre of business, we arc proud to say, has been attained as only such a business could, by strictly open and square business methods, and it gives us such an Irrrrense outlet and ncltdes every class of people, that we, as well as our .customers, receive an immense advantagejn buying goods. We profit by being able to buy large quantities at LESS PRICES than small lots can be bought at, and our customers profit by being able to get, under one roof, almost anything they want in the house or on the farm, or to wear, as cheap ...

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. — 22 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol. XII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JANUARY 22, 1904 No. 60. Subscription to this Paper, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal $1.00 Per Annum in Advanck, CHICAG TIME EI. TABLE IIOINII WB.1T I.KAVIM ' NoT Nol Noll Mo IS oniuo , . !!j ;i'" vlalar Ut" t.i II u Ration 7.W" .(lO" AHKIIAI.L fl" tWIIU" il" Kh.c.tlloM. t.M" tS IIOINII K.T LKAVk-i Noll No) Non.H tlaatbarn . Il.. MTaa Mt.Umart ll.lt " I II " . . nt.ni.ic.i His" Tr " MAIftlAU.. II J" " IMI trartoo ll.lt " s.H " l.l.f II 01- W" lljDs " ' IIMa, Ollllam . It It " V.I - si m ili.it ni ta Uif. i-aaaafiasra. laT-No.m-ftl.anoonaalbe IlltrinN flasiad At "all PprlAca. roar" tl ttta Ml aalo to ill rrumlnsftl .Uta la IBC I IMataa. i.Baaa nu miww, tl. B. It A wt mom 1 1. aal. Missouri Pacific Time Card. IIOINH EAST. Mo. 14 I'aftasnsar, laataa Marshall . M mi Mo.llt-l.ocal "ilt. laatta Maraliall U.IOai tlOISO WKxT. Mo. Il-1'aa.oar-r. laaasa Maranalt 3 II r-w Mu III -l.l Kt-I.bl. laaira Manball I m f at-l's....

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. — 22 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Marshall Republican J. J. WITT. Kdltor nd Proprietor, MAltflllAl.l MIS80UHI. Happy the bona wboM fastest mitt it not protested. 'it look Ilk wr In the orient Bat Iwhy till delay ot nichard Harding 'Davis' departure? Detroit put out 4,000,000,000 plllt year, and rot ba no burning dealre to bo known tho rill city. Tbo gambling ball t Mont Carlo will clear 17.000,000 tbl year. It la almoet a profitable a a trueL rerhap It. Curie, tbo Inrentor ot radium, feared tbat with a few decora tion be might bo mlitaken for a duko. Of courts the wire trust la greatly muted at the Idea of fencing tbl country oft from Canada wltb barb wire. It I to bo a Ionic year thl year for tbo man who draw hi par every Sat nrdax, for there will bo fUlr-lbree par dart In It. ' Homebody ha Invented a device for making a permanent record ot ill tele phono rnnvcriallona, but moil of them aren't worth It, It la a tafo bet tbat Die man who wrote to rapturously on "lleautlful Know" hired some unit e...

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. — 22 January 1904

9 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN rrevious practice is mountains of skill. r . The accuracy library is for co-operation in informa tion on the enemies of easy errors and the friends of forethought, to re duce mutually expensive mis talscs of mechanical, commer cial and professional pcovlc, A FISHPOND EXPERIENCE. Tho Bliions hid farm which had a fish im1, which had one pet trout. una twenty-soven 1JK ucken. Cousin Orvlco anil hit mother were visiting thn Simons.. Orvlco had a bushel nf enthusiasm wltu gill of ills crimination. When hr wanted to (lull they let him (lib and lio had that pot trout out In thirty minute.. The Slsson. had good heart. they served tho trout (or Orvlco'. break fait. When nearly ready to leavo for homo Orvlre beard Mr. Bltson say that ho would have to drain tho pond omo day to Ret tho suckers out tieforo ho could alocK It with good fish also that ho lotendod to draw somo muok from near Ihv wocds for bis lot near tho barn. Ortlco wat original, quick to think and Rood In de...

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. — 22 January 1904

Friday, Jaanary 93, 1904 JUISNALL HEFUILtCAN. Tesmi: II. 06 PB YEAR IX ADVA WCt. J. J. WITT, Editor tod Prop. TtUphont No. 9. tI0AL0TlCCftOf lri4iIUffiff ft rl tetr fcy f 4t$ Ulr Wgal MtW i rUt-4 In UKvfklt, Y9fciftrllillM4lkt kr )n Oar ricUiti kxvet, co VOTicx-w d oi uii i Mftd tk tiibitt l ftayoM vfcoduvf wtbl It Mrf tii Ui rtiii if tt )o dicvtlMB joar tH' MUy tff fwr t!ae.tir, f-Uaif last 7r aUcHftioaj It al4 f. fItKK-lllTrfll-riUrt ar t4 XU KbCii; Wavtl Jaaraal Iff. Tfci(a ill bffr, feat tk ri a f. In a1iaa ii auk tin 4 ffc a4 at t'4lj fa lata lLrMi'tjnini Atrrf aakrrlUr4frlfa cb atar !. It, tun srr.i,t m a t ti tfjtw tie..Wt Mitt the Un til nataal aaj ka la 'ttaae. Kt) llinri.KR's St. Louis daily if cow stilt out for a dollar a year It cannot be printed (or this price and it stands to reason that some one Is footing the bills. Onr of the best reasons tbai we have heard yet why iff. Full: bould not be elected goiernor ol Missouri was printed In one of Marshall's papers last week...

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. — 22 January 1904

1 U') "3M ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, January S3, 1904. ounty 9lees HARMONY The farmers of thlt neighbor' hood have been taking advantage of the cold ipell, by filling their ice housei. The Platonlan and Epicurean so ciety met at the home of Sylvester Dllle Friday night. Wonder what makes Charlie Mayfietd look so sad of late. We hope there is nothing serious. Jim Burnside is doing a land of Gee business. He goes twice through the week and stays all day Sunday. Who will be the next? V. S. Barnes and family and Matt Barnes and family spent last Sunday at the home of W. A. Burnside. Miss Nannie Irwin is on the sick list. The game of flinch Is all the go cow. Boys bring your cards and come around. Wolves have been seen in this neighborhood. Something should be done to exterminate them. 0cr Chllcmt is contemplating moving to his farm in the bottom soon. Miss Georgia Elson Is visiting at the home of W. A Burnside. James Moore has added a hall barrel of sauer kraut to his store of eatabl...

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