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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN - jft",lHV sj ejSi THE GIRL AT THE n A L f w A T O Y OlT BY R HOUGH. AUTIIOH IIP Cttrrllkm, if I, minVi"V Pa CHAPTER Xlll-Contlnui. Tbt hour grew older. At th bead of tbo ball the musicians manifested 'mora signs of their Inexorable purpose, 'A ml protesting squeal carao (ram the actotdlon. Tba violins moaned, but were tela urm. The wont might to ifreclpltaled at any moment. Hut again there waa a transfer or itb general attention toward the upper lend of tbo hall. The door once more opened, and there appeared a little 'group of three persons, on whom there Iwaa Hied a regard ao steadfast and iio illent that It might well havo been eeen that ther were strangers to all lyi'rsvui. j me mrce, ono was a tail -and alendcr man. who rarrlo.t Mm. "iolf wltb that caso which, Itielf uncon scious, causes sclfconiclAuiriesa In .thoio till tome generations back of tiL upon tbo arm of Ihla gentleman wee a lady, alo tall, thin, palo, with wldo, dark cyct, which now opened with u...

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. — 22 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN asaaw i jHZuaaBBaa ' EwvS ---r ?:,7k''.''V'm .'""""'"hH Miss Rose Hcnncssy, well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Drill Ma. PisKruut I have, Wen aobleeacilly helped through the ue of I, yd In I'.. lMliltlinin' Vrcrtulilr Coinpotiml that 1 feel It but Jmt to aiknonliiltfe It, hoping that It may help Kino oilier woman sufferlni an I did. " For year I enjoyed the of health ami thought that I would always do an. I attended parties ami receptions thinly clad, ami would Ui suddenly chilled, hut I did not think of the results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while uienttrualltiir, anil this caused Imljinm.tliin ! tha womb anil congested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains ami kept pettlug worse. My attention was called to your Vegetable Coiiipoiinil auJ the wonderful curea It hail performed, and I made up toy mind to try it...

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. — 22 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN " " urn mm w m mm aU - . . slStW W x Amu MARSHALL MARKETS. Marshall, Jan. Sf, 1904. frtoM cbang td weekly by Itea 4 Pag Killing Co. and subject io market half. Wlvsat Mo . Corn, old.. ...... . Mo Corn, new Mo IXJULTMY Wswkly quotation by Marshall Pro 4 ate Co., subject to marks! changts. " ButMr .... prior Cblckeoi . ...... . Hens Roosters 3M, full featbtred, per lb. Docks Ilea Turkeys 18o lie 70 70 ia 4e 7a llo To Curt t Cold In One Dav Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refuud Iho ntonejr If it Hi to cur. E. W. drove's signature on each box. 8. T. Tultle, the genial 0. A A, agent, formerly of tltl place, but now oca ted at Carrollion, llllnolt, wa In Marthall Wednctday shaking hand with hit many Mends. Wt acKoowl. dge a pleatantcall from the gentle man George W. Darli, ona of Arrow Stock's tnott prominent and aubatau X at cltlseni, will, with .his fsmlty are the latter part of thla week for ,Ilogert, Arkanta, wblcb will ba their lfratur home. Mr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

MARSHALL -REPUBLICAN. Vol. XII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JANUARY lil. 11)04. No. 61. Subscription to this Paper, $1.00 Pur Annum in Advanck, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal X LOCAL NEWS X 1 !!',' h..u".'or..M::. ,Th,e!M WttttttttttMw to build a, -ml y, of Malta Win. Held, the liveryman and un 1'ertaker, burle dead people tbat' tils butlneti. Don't dig unleia you're lure he will look after you. J. L. Wooldrldge, of the Gilliam Globe, mi a Marthall vltltor Mod fit CHICAG TIME LAfTxy rv. (MIINfl WKST I.EAVKH OlllUni Wat . Norton MAIiollAM. fbutrllat'l. tt.l.nar.l Blaflhato, JioT I NuCI Noll Noli 1 IT.nii t It ,t roan I 10 M t.w t. TJJ" llnlaml Jltm II It ,. II lit" . 4 U " I 1 11 it. " i." 'ftUlMI KAT LEA VIM Null J. Now NuW j Noll tlxkkmn ll.lrtam, tJ7.J MI.L-nna,l ll.lt " Ml " . .... bn-aW..l St" JT MAtli-IIAI.I. . It -it tm." llc ll.7m aortoo ll.lt" .l"l aiattr II tl " .10 I V.IU " II W w Gillian, . . Hie" ".t" ... tlot-a on alwal er lo l-at taManiata. fSo.fn l. kr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

Marshall Republican J. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor, MARBIIAIA, MISSOURI luung Mrt. Cornelius Venderbllt li erldusly thinking of running her hat band for Congress. The price of carpets hu advanced sharply, and Mri. Malaprop sy iht'U buf only rugs hereafter. Canada still cllngt to opera bonffe. Fifteen gum vers flrcd at tho opening of the Toronto legislature The Mad Mullah Kara England qullo a nlco chance to rest up and la prob ably sorry now that he did IL If the corporation of typewriter at Bt. Petersburg and Tokyo hold out undtr the strain all mar ret be well. An England vlewt It, this l an oc casion when tho white man may hare to lake up tho yellow man's burden. Why should the girls propose, even In leap year, when tboy can make the men propose at any tlmo they want them to7 Ileforn tturtla and Japan get through the Chinese paper will doubt Ion bo able to announce some big real estato transfers. A Chamberlain parliamentary can dldato has been defeated In Kngland. Hut "Pushful J...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

fV MARSHALL REPUBLICAN THE GIRL HALFWAY TORY Or millClll. A.UTHUH OF TIIK I A S J IT E 1 CtttrirliJ, tt O. Altltfm A- Ctmtdmt. trim Vrk 1 CHAPTER XIV. Ancthtr Hour. "Hut It item ns though I had al ways known you," until Franklin, turn ing again toward tho tall figure at tho window. Thcro was no reply to this, neither wan there wavering tn tho at titude qt tho hesd whole glossy back waa turned to him at that moment. "It waa llko tome forgotten strain of music!" ho blundered on, feeling bow bopelcaa, how distinctly abaurd vii all hla speech. "I surely mutt alwaya haro known you, eomewhero!" Msry Ellen atlll gaid out of tho window. In her mind thcro waa a aceno strangely different from thli which ahe beheld. She recalled tho green foreita and tho yellow farma of Loulaburg, tho droning bees, tho broken flowers and all the detalla of that sodden, stricken field. With a shudder thoro cama over her a awlft rcientment at meeting here, near at hand, one who had had a share la that aceno of d...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

Friday, January 29, 1904 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. rsMlaksd .ary frUaj u4 aatarvl SI Ik. Soat. Skat st ManaalLat, u totMf Bull MUr, Terms: 11.00 ran Year in Advance. J.J.WITT, - Editor and Prop. Telephone No. 9. LIQAL UTtl'KS-0l frlaii olll tmlr (m farar by onfarios their lasat aotlcaa Mlatad In Iks Iff putUaaa. Tna hat a rlfkt 14 wad than. vfctr vm .a im, Oar ft Ira la tka luwaat to Slltaat. KOTICIt-Ws da art l.h la arnl II. IlapaalKaa ! aayoaa akoaVwa not waal It hor aila to HI luf Mm. raparaara fromllf alor-4 on raisaal. If yos aattoo'laroatlaa yuart-arar ftttjlf or fw r-wlma.laf, bit Uilt that oar aabarl loa It pala ap. MIEK-dtsliTaSrtaaUrrlbara art rolllM la lt Kas.aa lit; IVr.klr Journal ft... Tkla li bifl r.Sr. but tl.a .rt". k ra aa in ailf aao aaraa tta mack tisiaaaa work anl gladly r. f ars tb roaaatliatftt, A rraar aaa.rlS.M defrlr a aa U tba tiaaot oar ibmi, raaha aalaaarhaiwaa cs arar salting II, caaaa aalra Uuk.Va.ag aa4 a oa.la (4 Una lljlag loaollart. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, January 20, 1904. ounty 91 BLACKBURN Henry Fajan hH bought a gaso tine engine (a four hone power) with which he li going to run his emery stone. We believe Mr. Fajan understands his business and will do his work right (or lili cus tomers. The Blackburn Mercantile Co. has bought the hardware store from L. tiering and it is now as it used to be a big business concern. 1'. Grubleman is a pardner in the Blackburn Mercantile Co, They are atl nice gentlemen and vc wish them success, Samuel Weber died at his son In-law's, (our miles north west of Blackburn. Mr. Weber moved here ten months ago from Morrison where he lived most of his life, age' 63 yean. He leaves his-wife and one daughter, Miss Frahin. He died of cancer of the stomach. Blackburn is getting ready to put up Ice. All kinds of window shades cheap at the Blackburn Furniture store. Hy. Brunkhorst has been down in bed fur several days with severe neuralgia. Miss Flora Kirehhoffer left Con coruia to day ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

If ft . MARSHALL REPUBLICAN I " la," I I lf ""l 1 ' 1 J -1 . .J II Life Is worth living live and live as well as ffvm Ik' IfttTI ! bWvrM mtratfy m4 rrrtAiU. tl Jrarl M. trtll. Oat Mrt, ((lasts The accuracy library is. for co-operation in informa tion on the enemies oj easy errors and the friends of forethought, to re duce mutually expensive mis takes of mechanical, commer cial and professional pcovlt. SENSITIVE ABOUT CRIPPLEO MENTALITY. Recognising tho dufecti that are In the menial equipment of raD and women ai nno of Ibo bar to their progress. It la a striking fact that the physical defect la less a disability. A friend cif tnlno who baa printing of flco wat walking llinMKli an alto sev eral yeara ago and found a roan who had lout txith legs playing marbles with aotiio newsboys. He naked why tho man was not at work and waa told Ihcra waa mi work for him. My friend looked Iho man over and told him If hit wanted work to da to waah tip and come clean to tho offlco on the nest Monday ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN HA Miss Gannon. Scc'y Detroit I Miss Oannon. Scc'y Detroit Amateur Art Association, tells young women whet to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. " Dxxn Mm. I'iskiuvi Iran con sclrntloual.v recommend Ljllln K. IMuklinni'M VcKrtnhlo Compound to thOM of my aittcra aufierlnir with female wcAkneas anil the troullra which mi often lfall women. I Buf fered for month with general weak ness, unci felt no weary that I had hard work to keep up. Ihadkhootlnguilna, and wa utterly ralacrablc. Inmyrila Iwm I was adrlMil to um Lyilfn 15. IMnktinm'M Vcgctublo Cam potiml, and It waa a red letter tlay to mo when 1 took the Drat do, for at that tlm ray rcatoratlon began. In six avceke I waa a changed woman, perfectly well la every rcipect. I felt io elated and happy that I want all women whnauffer to get well aa I did." Mla (It'll.. (Uxxot, 3;o Jonea Ht., Detroit. Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Mwion $tooo Witt It Wttft Wlicnono consider Hint Mlaa Oiinnnn'a lett...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 January 1904

IMdaj, January 29, 1904. mm lkh ikws. ! 9$ W f! fl ' MARSHALL MARKETS. Marshall, Jak. 29, ISO. Prion changed weekly by, Ilea Page Milling Co. and subject 'to market WUit 84 Mo Core, old i 3Ao Corn, new,., , 33 Mo racirnv Weekly quotation by Marshall Pro no Co., subject to markelchanget. Butter . Spring Chicken Hen ftoottcrt Oeese, full feathered, per lb.. Ducka,. Hen Turkoyt Mo lOo 7o Ho 30 lo 7o tic To Curo a Cold In One Dav Take Laiatlvellrpmo Quinine Tablet. All druggist refund the money If It all to cure. B W. Grove' ig nature Ji on each box. Tho Folk Mooting In pile of the' vory cold woalher Monday, .goodly number of Hron vonlurrd out to hear lion. Jo. V. Hoik utthe opera Iioj.b that after noon. Mr. r'o Ik I a man of pleating 1eirtonellty, a frank, honest counton nee and a good ipeakcr. "Whllo hi orator wa Inferior to aome of our -recent apeaker, what tie bad lo say and the plain way In which he laid It r urpacd thoie before hi in. The (tendance was good, oonildrrlnir tho wnatb...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. XII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARYS. 11104 No. 52 Subscription to this Paper, f 1.00 Pur Annum in Advance, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal TIME X LOCAL NEWS X 1 5s BY. TABLE noiso weht A missionary meeting o( the ladlee of the tlaptlat church H hold Thura day afternoon at the homo of Mr. T. V. Lacy on Soulli Odcll. MtttMare, state secretary of Woman'e Missions, wi present and addressed the meet ing. Dr. K.V. Smllhaudlemlly left Mon day for Marshall, where they will hereafter make their home. Their many frlenda wll Join ua In wishing Dr. Smith and lilt family happiness and prosix-rlly In their new home. Glasgow MUnourlan, You Know What You Are Tak!n When you lake Grove'aTeatoleatChll' Tonto because the formula U'plalnly printed on every bottle thowlng that It la tlmply Iron and Quinine Id a laitcleat form; No cure, no pa. Wc- The Marahail Mill and Elevator Company of thle city dlitrlliuted thU week, four pound aacka of their Hour, "The...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN "V Marshall Republican JT. J. WITT, Editor and Proprietor, MARSHALL, MI8B0UHL Utw top that -atlenM Trait mi cob ultra ho will bo bttttr no tltritood. Thli'lt leap year, bat the (Irlt r a yet ehowlng do dlapoiltlon to Ukt the oCenalve. , Loulavllle has begun bot eraaadt (or puro milk. Watcrod milk spoilt tb punch, you know. Secretary 8haw aaya the boy la "lb moat valuablo thing on tarth." Still tbcro'a tbo girl, too. Mr. Wu'a adralren In America are (tad to aeo that even In China It li bard to keep a Rood man down. If radium will accompllah inch won dra In combating cancer why not turn It 1000 on tbo pneumonia germ? Tha length of the daya hat Incrcescd twenty mlnutri, and twenty minute under fomo circumstances la a good while. Chicago eelioa tho opiortunlty to adrcrtlto Ita piety by taking meaeurca agalnat panics In lla uvercruwdod ehurchce. If you want to know bow Corea tecla, Just try to Imaglno tho aonaa tlona ot a bone that two doga are lighting over. A man ah...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN THE GIRL If n AH nAY STORY Or V BY K. HOUUII. AUTHOR OK TIIK STOW Y Or TUB COWII1Y lrff,r, X). AtHlltm ys iv s Vsi CHAPTER XV.-Contlnutd. In tho swift current of humanity then strcsmlng up and dawn tho cattla range, tho reputation of the Halfway llouio waa carried far and near; and for fifty mllea t-aat and wett, for five hundred miles north and aouth, the beauty of the girl at the Halfway House waa matter of general atory. About her there grew saga of the cow range, and aho waa apoken of with we from the Brazos to tho Blue. Many a rudo cowman mad long pil grimage to verify rumora ho had heard of the personal beauty, the per aonal ewectneta of nature, tho peraonal kindneia ot heart, and yet the peraonal reterve and dignity ot thla now god deaa, whole llko waa not to be found In all the wide reilma of the range. For each ot theae rudo, allent, awk ward range rldere, who Hammered In all speech eiccpt to men or horaea, an; who atumbled In all locomotion but that ot ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

31 1'1 .8 Friday, February 5, 1904 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN MAKSHALL KEMJBlfCAN, iHVUiSe. mrj fits. aa. mra4 at lk ) SSaa 11 MaraSall.M.., aa Mnllm Mil nailer. Temiai 11.00 in Year in Advance. J.J.WITT, - Editor tod Prop. Taluphon No. 9. UtOAL NOTICKS-Oai It laid. III Kl.riml 'aTelSaorderlaa'thalrlefal aotkri pintail In Ua HaiaMWaa. Yaa lata tltbt to a ml Ih.a waara tea i-Im. Oar f-rlea la Ike tuaeal eo. J(OTICS-Wd.al LV la nd Iba HaaabUraa ta aaroi ko duaa nut waat It no efrarla le fa J ivr aaaia. raaara ara rrartls aton-a cm retaait. iffeawaattadlarontlaae toarpar MU1 aa Of joar aoataatlar. Vat r-laaie aaa Ibat Jttar aaVarrlptie. la aald ap. rnEK-llai.Tii(iaabarrlbati at eallUa. la Iba Kia.i. n1j.IVa.U7 Jaaraal (tea. Tbl. I. a VJf affrr. Vat Heparan. aVa ajiaa la adra.ee aat ai ai Mais llaie aad ob aad gladly ra lara Ika eorllitl. AflrataaUrrlbaradarrlie ( Iba aaa U oar Mer. aiaba at lalerkai.a la atar aelllaa II. taaae a lira Vwlarealal aad a aiieiuillaeirilailloeoUatt. MaSettet.' aft...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN .Friday, February 5 1904. I ountu 9etfs f HARMONY Ii Is Indeed strange In this Christianlied time tbtt a scoundrel will condescend so low as to depre date church property, because of sonic of the church arrangements. Den Barnes and Miss Lota Lynn were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, Jan. 34, Only relatives and r few Mends were present. The contracting parties are highly respected young people. . Ernest Chilcott makei regular trips to see his fondest admirer. The Platonlan, Hpecurean Club met at the home of W. A. Burn side last Friday night. A part of the time was given, to a debate, subject; Resolved that fire la more destructive than water. The af firmative gained the declsiou de spile the fact the debate took place in the flooded district. Willie Ma field is visiting his sitter, Mrs. Will Davis, of near Sharon. Alvy White has to console' her self with the thought that "He will come back, some sweet day." Last Sunday was Charlie May field's b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

2 ir j?' ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN 13" l& rnnn RUN TO KANSAS CITY. Lincoln th Man. Br n. If. ItodtUrd. A kWrtni man with horny hand. Wha iwunf th -it, who till?- hla Uafe Wha thramc from noihtn njw But dM a, poor mo do. Ona of tha topU. Horn 1a b Thtlr curloua rnltome. To hart, yt rlaa a bora, Thalr ahlftlnc ht and loya. Common hta mind It attmtd m than, III thought tha thAughta of other taan. I'UIn Wfrt hla word, and poor Hut now they will aiidura. So haatr fool of alubborn win. Hut rudtnL. c-utloui. ilUi A ho, ilnco Mn work wm good. Would do It aa ha could. No hro, thla of Itoman mo11 Nor Ilka our nUUIr atra of old. 1'trhapo ha waa not rtt Hut ha prtarvad tha atata. O, ISon! for, which Alt men ttnfW O. tender lirart. but known to o. wonder of tha Cut oft bjr trailo rage. , ttoaton Journal !3lh hit a Eoofi of memories la my direction orer alnce that day In lies." Tbo remark waa made by a gentle man who raw Abraham Lincoln on tho occailon ot bit lat review of an arrajr corps, tho af...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

I Mrs. Hucrhson. of Chicairo. whose I ison, letter follows, is another woman in high Eosition who owes her health to the use of ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "DeauMri. I'inkiiam: I Buffered for novom. years with general TrcnkiicitH ntul boarliitr.lm-ii pains, caused y wotub trouble. Jly apt'O tlto was tltful, and I would Ho uwnka for hour, anil could not sicca until I seemed mora weary In tlie wornlm? tlmn when I retired. After roadinir ouo of your mhi-rtlomeiits I decided to to' tho merits of I.ytlln, 13. IMnktiiim'M Vrtfetalilo CtimtHiiind, nnd I nm o clad I did. No one can doncrllio llio good It did me. I took throe bottles faithfully, nnd besldci building up my ceneral health, it drove nil illscaea nnd poison out of jny iKxly, nnd niauo mo feel as spry nnd nctlvo ns o vourig girl, Mrs. Mnklimtin medicines nro certainly nil they nro claimed to be" Nus. it Hfonw:, at7 East Ohio ku. Chicago, 1IL Dint. lMiikliiun Tells How Ordinary Tusks lroduce Displacement. Apparently trif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 February 1904

1 I mm LkH News. I' MARSHALL MARKETS. MAKSH ALU FEU. S, 1901. Priori changed weekly by Rea A Million Co. oJ tubject to market banget. Wheat , H Corn, old Mo Corn, new 3o 1-otXTllV Weekly quotation by Marthall Pro due Co., tubject to market changer Egg Butter Bprlcg Chickens ...... . Heos Roosters. Gnh, full feathered, per lb. Duck Hen Turkeya 20o 10a 7o to 210 4o 7o 12c MARRIAGE LICENSE. D. J Oauldla Marshall Addle lllcktnan Slater John II. Frlemonlh Fayette MayCros r...Ollllara Out D. Itollrali Street Springe H u Id ah Ulerker Sweet Spring! C. U. Noal Slater Nettle 11. Wood ... . .... ..Staler A Serious Fall White returning to hit ttore Thurt fay noon, T. W, Hunier, the clolbler, tllpped and fell on the walk near tho Bank of Mar.liall, striking hit head on the curbing. He u partially paralyred bjr the (all and had to be assisted to a nearby drugstore, where Dr. J. 0. Jackaon alteodrd him, La ter he was taken home. Ilia Injurlea were quite severe aod (or a whllo hla life waa dcapalr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY IS, 11104. No. 1. Subscription to this Paper, 1.00 Per Annum in Advance, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal 1 X LOCAL BY. TABLE OOINd WKiT 1-1 -I LKAVK-4 NoT Noil Noll Kelt OttllM . .. llaai .. .. UOIaoi 41 malar. .. . HJ" T lVi II l Borlo-i .. . 4W' AliMtlALI. era- .a" II It" tl" HkwkflloH. . 4U Mt.U.ird . !" eioctkoin. .O- IIOJ" 4.11" 0111441 KAfcT LKAVK Null Nolo NoW Metl SMkburn ll.tooio TJ7in I.Uonaid ll.lt" III " ... ekaaklalor.1 lift tjt " MAItMIALL. . II J 11"" Htym ll.fim OOtlOO ll. ' B.IS " eiattr . It 01" (jo" M qiuub - in." .ioM ... fttettoa lltTtil or loltato ti-rrari. irfio. CO-ftl, known ibo ton bo llif noJ I Halt H.rlni. CosfOotkktUltfi uli lo nil ronllt fvlaUU Ikt Calltri Mitoi. Canada and Mtlico. O. K. llAWtuua-.s. 4(ol. Missouri Pacific Time Card. OOINd KAXT 140.16 paf-ans, 1aaMarl,all Ho. Ill-Ural alM. Ia,aa Martkall UUIN4I WE.1T. . II 10 am J4o. Ik-PaMantaf. Uavsa Mar-hall llllm lll...

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