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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

i r MARSHALL REPUBLICAN It: Marshall Republican J. 3. WITT, Editor and Proprietor, MISSOURI The hem are olfliblr ualng ill to egg food for tha tola purpose of gat- tut rat. When we can tote by touching button tba woman abould be proficient lo tba useful art. A Corcan mob baa wrecked as American trailer car at Seoul. Dispute over a transfer, probabl. Felix Adler wanta to know why a wlfa ought to obey ber husband. Mn. Adler la to bo congratulated. It la claimed that Bcotch whisky In tbla country la not to Rood aa It used to be. llut tbat aeoma hardly credible. Maudo Gonna li a ma, and will for a wblla at least be more Interfiled In baby finds tban In tbo Irish ques tion. Warsblpa are alwaya a ssfn Invest ment Win threaten frequently enough to make constant market for them. Lock Island aound wa frozen from New Haven lo Hell (late which ! erldcnco tbat Hell Gate Is not rightly named. Ono day tho war cloud In the East la larger than a man's hand, and the not day It Is smaller tban a soci...

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. — 12 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN UNDAY ON THE FARM RISKS' LIFE' TO PLEASE, Sofa Pillow. , The now Haft pillows are row being mado of very gorgeous and rather coitlr materials, silk relour ami gold cloth being really (ho latest thing. Theio are heavy and wear well, d they pay In the end It one does not become tired of the am cover, (lold braid la uaed for finishing and narrow cording of velvet are frequently used along the edge. Tho cloth of gold It a dull ahade, suggestive of bronie, and tho design Is a handaomo novelty, but not really practical for overyday use. Leather designs aro atlll handsome for the don and are delightfully dur able, but not at all appreciated as an article Intended to promote rest. Ori ental designs are most attractive and are Quite Inexpensive and are made with very llttlo work. The heavy linen stamped with odd conventional designs make up vory prettily for a really useful pillow, while tho plaid ginghams and other wash fabilca aro still holding favor for the couch which...

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. — 12 February 1904

Friday, February 13, 1904. MARSHALL REPUiLIOAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. frtMitil ittfj TMtj a nlm at lb ft- MM M nkaU.M., w hmNm wan Mlur. TawUtaiil.OO pa Yba in Advamck. J. J. WITT, Editor and Prop. TaUphon No. 9. LMlt MOTICM-Oal IrlnJ. .Ill eofef a (rot ten br ertcrlai Uelr l)al MlM prlaladl. It Reaaalleaa. Tm bat. rlbl K aa ! bt 70. ovtrfWUtb ioi JtOTICS'-Waaar.ot.l.bloa.ivd tbaRa.abllM M.fij..bae..tl II ixr Mfla I fj tor mm. Piiora r r"r" rr' ra,aaal. tl I dlaerattaaa to.rrtr mxltj . or r po.lMft.ur, bt (War r tbat tnr aabaerlrllon l I4 .f. reit-'lt JhYiire eaba.rib.ra ar .lltl4(t. Ik K.... C1IJ Weeklj Joartat frt. Tilt I. Wf '. bat tb. fnnu who ae I ftdrtrw MfM ae ink tltd erorb a4 gl4l ra lar. Ik eowr-lle,..!. Arreareabneelbaeea'ei'rle u of Ik m t or nonee, B.k m tabeebaneoe rr fteltlai It. eaae ati. took leaping a ad B .. ol tin Irjlvf to collect Mae Ik b. It aaataat aa keep I aaeeaa. Missouri make-chicken stealing crime and bribing an honor. Ip llutlci had stolen chicken, he dou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, February 13, 1904. ounty 9Ua GRAND PASS Preaching at Petit Saw add As bury Chapel last Sunday with small attendances, on account of the terrible condition of the road We bad a thunderstorm here last Saturday night, followed as usuil by Intense cold weather. The Ice In the river broke last Friday night and blocked for the third time this winter the following Sunday. Mrs. Odle King, nee Moore, of Lexington, visited relatives here last week. Mis. Jamss Demoss and child' ren are alowty recovering from the measles. A. D. Plattner and Prank Moore went to Kansas City last Monday to took after feeders. Miss Sarah Vogt, of Marshall, is visiting her parents here, C P. Humphrey's moved into his town property tat Wednesday. W. II. Wallace and wife are re Jolcingover the arrival of a Gne boy on Feb. 3. Walter Grindslaff and family, of Corder, moved In the Yates prop erty temporarily. Ask Emmet Coat if be knowa where t lie Declaration of Independ ence was sinned. Dave ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

W mm mm mr mft m mm m if HALFWAY HOUSE II A STORY or m ft . IIOUOH. AUTHcm or 1 t.' i t r 1 0 XH J. 1 101. J Zf. J CHAPTER XVI. The Halfway Houm. "MIm Ma'y Ellen," crle.1 Aunt I.ncy. thruatlng her head In at tho door, "oh, Miss Ma'y Kllen, I wlsh't you'd come out yer right quick. They'a two o' them pral' dogs out yer a-chtsln' ouah hona aicln nasty, dlrtr things!" "Very well, Lucy." called out a olce In answer. Mery Kllen arose from her scat near tho window, whence aho had been rating out ortr fio wide, flat prairie landa and at tho hlue, unwinking sky. (lathering each a bit of stick, she and Aunt Lucy drove away tho two grinning daylight Ihlerea, ni thejr had done doiena of timet before their kin, all eaiter for a tatto of Dili now feathered game that had como In upon tho range. With plenteoua word of admonition, tho two corralled tho excited hut terror, stricken tpcckled hen, which had been tho ncraclon of thn trouble, driving her back within thn galea of tho In cloture they hail ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN FIBROID TUMORS CURED, Mm. UnyrV Flrftt letter Anponl lnff to Mrs. l'luklinm for Help I Dean Mns.riKtu lit I have been under Ilotton doctor' treatment for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can not alt down without great pain, and the torcneu extends up my spine. I hare larIng-low n pains both back anil front. My abdomen Is swollen, and I hare had Aiming apell for llirro years. My appetite la not good. 1 can not walk or be on my feet for any length of time. " The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor 9 Wen In your Uttlo book accurately cscrlbn my cw, so I mil to you for advice." (Signed) Mna, II F. llAYts, 133 Dudley St. (ItoiGurj), Iloaton, Masa, , Mrs. Ilnycs' Second Letter i "Dun Mas. Fibkiumi Sometime ago I wrote to you describing my symp toms and anked your adTlre. You re plied, and I followed all your direc tion! carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. "The use of Lytlla IT. IMnltham's Vegetalilo Compound entirely ex pelled the tumor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 February 1904

Friday, February 12, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN It's The Humminsest Hummer That Ever Hummed. IT was hero lait Saturday. Tho who!o utoro wahumtnlnK with bulncss. Humming merry music for tlioso who nttoiulml thU, tho groatnst bargaln.glvon rvont Sallno county over know. If you were not hero, why not? It appeared in though tho wholo community turned out. Thoy honnl of tho salo uml tlioy c&mo to Itj hundred stood In line, trying to get waited ou. Tho Big Salo atartcd off like chain lightning. Tho llko was never seen before. The people worn going to and fro throughout the Big Store, picking up such bargains as thoy nover saw beforo in their lives Tho wholo house was ablazo with bargains mid thoy wont out to the pooplo'wlth rapidity such as would keop lightning In perpetual Jealousy. Thoro Is not another rotuii houso In Sallno county largu enough to hold tho soothing mus of humanity that crowded Walton' Big Store Saturday. Twenty-live sales peoplo could not wait on tho anxious buying p...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

X MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol,. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY IV. 1901. No. 2. 1 UnUo.in rOUUOOl JLIJbiUU LOCAL noisn wiwt m I chicackaVtox r TIMEljjTABLE LKAVEH .NoT NoCI Nail No It OUIIaa 'i.Vim II lUal.r . Ill" Lufeailllt" I5" Barton. ., .10" , UlW AimlULl. tta- ,n- l(.M" ill" HkMktlbrd. . a . . 4 !l " MLUm.M .II" I I It iMkbB. .u" lie: ! I.ll" IKII.NCI KAHT LIAVIM Noll N'ow Noll n. It Mwkfcaia. II.IAoa, tJTi.,0 Xl.Lm.ta It. I t. " . .. ka.klfor.l It ' I4J . I AltHUAI.L... ll.Sk " 111- It Il.tei B loo II.H" .M Sl.ur UjpI " IM " jOJ I1SU Ullllui It 10 " 1.V) " i .. Sic, on .Itaal or lolaf. ,. ts-So.iU4i,kaooaitaella.tant .au4 I ".It I'l rlri.. CotoltahLOfl lo til frromlntat rololala Iko Coital Malt. I'aaad ol kUllOO. O. B.llAWMuRl, i(0l. Missouri Pacific Time Card. ool Nn KAST. 80. l4-r..Mnfr. loaf Marahall o. iii-i.miI i.;ii.t. u.i.b.ti UUINO WKtT. 94 in H.IUaa No. Ik-rarr. Int.. Mar.UII , I II m ' Xo, lll-U.ll'rlhl. l.M.t.Lll . I la' iuJ. '' IWW, ! tit . and i.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

i H7 - j lit I i "4 ' BP-, en 3 IT jff Marshall Republican J. J. WITT, Kdllor ud Proprietor, MARSHALL MISSOURI A Toledo club hai decided that there H a penonal devil. Mo namea are mentioned. . King Edward read bla ipeeeh irllb ma grata and aerloui a face aa If b bad written It himself. Somebody uka whether none)) Bite could afford to retire from buil nesi. Ho couldn't afford not to. The tobeter It green when be'a fretb and froth when be'a 'green, but be la Indltponiablo In tbe ulid of life. A writor in llarpera Weekly atktt -uoci emulation thorten lifer doci It car Urn bandlta t there one Rtatlatlcn how that woman Urea longer than man. And atlll men will rontlnuo to itay out till earlr In tbe morning. Mme, Nnrdlra doean'l get any all monr. but her rain Isn't an fcad. Rnn won't baro to aupport the gentleman any more. The aucceaaful men of today work ed bard fur what they bare got. The men of to-morrow will bare to work harder to get It away. The book agent who aold Speaker Cannon ali...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

' 1 ' MARSHALL REPUBLICAN THE GIRL HALFWAY Y K. IIOUOII, AUTHOR Of Ct,r(,t,J, If I, , D. AtHll.m V C,mtt. Him Vlrt CHAPTER XVI-Cenllnued. Aunt Lucy cams over and lit down upon a aod heap, retting her chin upon hr bud and looking flxedly at the girl, who lUlt itood Issuing against th post "Er Mist Ma'y Ellen" ah begin again. r. What Is It, Lucy?" "Doe roa know who'i Jess erbout (her fines and llkellet' nan wbnt Urea la all thtaa yer pahta trrono' yer?" Marr Ellen stopped totting WU of bread to the chickens. "No, Aunt Lucy," ah aald. "I hadn't thought about that" "TM.,roa hail" cried Aunt LBcy, rltlng and ahaklng a bodeful fore linger. "Yea you baa. an' yes you doeal An' you don 'preshuat him, thaaa whut Htm a wuththlppla' rout" Marr Ellen began toiling bread again. "How do you know that?" aha naked. "How doea I knowT law me, Jee lliten to thet child Itow doea I know? Aln' he dono tola 'roe, an' yo' An' Liu tie, an' Majah Duford-an' your Aln be done tola you a doten timet? Don' Torybo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

Filday, February 19, 1904. MARSHALL REPU1LIOAN MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. .fifctktt.! rj frW 4 tlr4 l It ptttt- Teams: 11.00 itck Year m Advance. J. J. WJtTT, Kdilor ind Prop. Tlphon No. 9. LBOAL H0TKl-O.r f riJ. .U Ut ft fit Btirt6i tkii tri ftoticvt rtii4in Ut Rcpillktn. Ym ft right to Mftd tftm hry.lMj OirriH.l. wt ftoa OT1CK-W 46 ftot wUk U nn tk HtpafcllM toft7Miiftdwtftot wftftt It nof tirU lo fjfor . r.frt..r i'.1'. totl on rtMtt. t(roftttoriiMoail0M yooftiir out or jomt ilif, but rt" tl.it fortibrlr-tiwBlt-U s Fit! K-All AhTAMf li MbwriUn tr allvjl V U Km I lly Wm.I; Joaratl fr. Till If ft ftlf ofttt, bat tl tr ntrnf! MfM mch lffHl work and a rt Wri tfefllet. AriarbfrlUri4'Hft ill tie dm t( or muttty.nithf uibaMff oa Ttr (Pllln II, rauM ftlra book .Urt aa4 a of Ult tocIIfl. Mat tit 01 aaW. ftJ ap O adt anc. Tint campaign la Saline will open up In earnest In 1 ftw weeks. Get your sell ready lor the on Uughtl Wx may socti expect to liear tlie Folk supporters tclened to as Fllllpluos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday,. February 19, 190.' 1! ?i .an . bounty les 1KIAMI. We are having plenty of cold weather tbli winter. N. J. Uuelle bi returned home from a business trip to St. Louis. Mrs. C. H. Bure who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mi. W. II. Nichols returned to her home in Kansas City Saturday. Miss Ida Hlslr. of the plains has been visiting relatives in Miami. There are several cases of ros ola in Miami and vlcinty. It Is reported that the peach crop Is all killed. Hope the report is hot true as we are all fond of pench a. id . ftim. - K. U. Harnett and N. T. Adams . have been in Miami the past week selling a plctoral Bible. Roll Nichols was in Slater Sat urday of last week. He took his sister, Mrs. C. Hi Bure, there to visit their sister, Mrs. Ike Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hi Nichols and daughter, Mrs, C. H. Bure, of Kansas City, were dinner guests of Mr. C. W. Nichols's family Thurs. day of last week. Clifford Catebolt was seriously Injured in a runaway laatSalu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

ii Ml III I l M ' M AR8H ALL REPUBLICAN ' AakSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV 1 n -.7-v-rrr- A DtlaU Sslad. Cnt Into half Inch length! celery which hat lien washed anil ecrsped a lea water with the Juice o( a lemon In It and place In lettuce cup for IndlTlJnal serving. Mix to a paite the yolks of two herd boiled ggs and a tcaapoonfiil of ollv e oil! acaaon with aalt, white pepper and powdered su gar. With vinegar make the mliture the proper consistency and pour orer the celery, (larnljh with whole aar dlnea and serve with cheeao wafora. Dainty Tollat Oevlce. A dalntr devlco for keeping tho twentieth century glrl'a whlto atocka and alarched coltara Immaculate when not encircling her fair throat la made of a round baaket. Una with allk of dellcato hue, with an Interlining of wadding, aprlnkied with aacbet pow der. A circular piece of paateboard covered and wadded eervee for a lid and alao aa a convenient rratlng plaro for the fancy plna worn at the front and back of atock collara. Blouee Coat Iltoiu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

k MARSHALL REPUBLICAN I T f . IB' w Tho government of New Druniwlok, I v ""C-jBbtJ I f r Fraud In Watch Cam. Aeenrdlng to an article in the Cincinnati Commercial, a fifty-one round 'atnno waa xTCvuuy iuurm in toa. ciiv r aocreted In a tula of havof lffhtvitfinni. , Thle la nol aa bad aa finding a lump ot load of ntlr one-half tho welebt of the anl!d jrold watch caw secreted la th cen ter of the case. Gold welth caae are anld by weight, and no ono ran aeo where thla load la a crated until tho aprlnga of tha caae ara taken out and tha lead will ba found aa err tod behind them. , These caie ara made by companies who profeta to ba boneat but furnlih tha meant to tha dishonest to rob tho tniblle. It la pot pleasant for anyone to And that he haa lugired a lump ot load In hla watch eele. Another trick tha makere of apurlona anlld fold watch raiea la to atamp tha raaa "U. B. Attar." Tho United Btatee doea hot atamp any artlclo Riada out of gold and allrer eleept coin, and tha faklr.br mlng ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 February 1904

S"' . IVkUy, February 19, If04. MARSHALL .REFUiLICAK MARSHALL MARKETS. M Marshall, Feb. It, 19dl Prldea chanced weeklj by lUa & !'( M if Co. arid ubtoct to marin ban(ei. wbi , 950 Corn. old .... .. 490 'Cora, otw , K rOCLTBY. . Weekly quotation b Slereballl'ro luos Co.. aublect to market change. Kit,.. 1... So Butter. Ha Spring Chicken Jfl JIen Jo Rootter ... Jo 'Ghh, full feathered, er lb.... So Duck 'f Mto Turknjri lid Central Committee Meeting There will ben meeting of the It, -publican Centril Commllle Mondaj, Fib. I9lb. al 10:30 to. In IheLMrrull Court room. A full attendance It it4 aired. . W. II. MCU.INU, Chairman. Milton Al.IHotf, Secretary. Dr. Chattaln In Charge Dr. M. T. Cliaalatn'aaiumed charge of the Marahall poilolllco Monday morning, and already feel quite "at borne'' In hi new dutle. We lh ha Doctor a pleaianl Wren of olllcc and feel confident that he will make a innil acceptable poiliuailer. Suicide Prevented " The elartllnf announcement thai a preventive of aul...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBKUAKY 2C, 1904. No. 8. tl ,00 Pur Annum in Advanok, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal 1 X LOCAL WS&GUfKES EX. XIMETjy TABLE noiNo wbt LBAVE4 Not Noll Nail ' NIJ Ollllai 'l.ltim ILfilau Sllim Hint. UN" t ,aai . IS h BMton ... .10" , .W AIMHA1.I. ltd" l(" Its" kultlbM. .. .. 4!" 6I.Uonrd ,11" . Ill" attain. .U" 11(7" (IJ" IIUINII KAT LEAVE- Moll Now. NaKI j N.1J Sukkurn. It.lAan, IJTiia I.UontrJ tl.ll t.l! . rkl.ti.l 11.5 1J.1 " MAItxllAI.I. . II J" .10i'M ll.H !, II. H ' .! UIM 11(1 - SJO " V JU I II Hh m Ollllsai It II 1.I0 " .. ll0a An alanal nr la taa miimhil nrSe. el. asowa sa lb lias, mu 0aa4 atatlfip,lia. Canon llahala on aats to ill rowlntftt 4,latlo v at,w -. i anaus ann m item. O, B.IUWTHUIUI, ifBl. Missouri Pacific Time Card. mil no KAxr Ma.llraa.anfar.laafaaMar.UM .. 1.34 aai ill. lll-Mta! -rihl. laataa Maral,all II. Ivan UOISO WKHT. 5s. Ia-1'aaaaatar, laataa Maraliall 1 All 0. Ill-UctlVr.libl....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

5$2fM"i''r MARSHALL REPUBLICAN T f k t tel.- n, Sts If Marshall Republican 7. J. WITT, Editor and Proprlttor, MARSHALL, MIB80UHL Now look cut (or psrodles of Kip ling parodies. ' Whit kind of last did that Bun havo who firit pronounced mow beau llfult III! Andrew Carnegie noticed that ttpiio of Iho bulletin! are deled at The lUcuot The nan whoso 100 hem laid 1024 eggs In January evidently hat them under good control. Mill, It la Iho contents of the MM moro than Ita literary form that at tract and hold men. Meanwhile Korea may resign Itself to pleasant reverie as to which pow er la to conduct tho autopsy. It was an mid freak of fortuno that a coalyard should first check the progress of tho flames In Ualtlmore. A lot of girts whn curl hair for cushions havo struck, which la cal culated to curl tho hair of their em ployers. Now that Kvo's grave has been lo cated her descendants ran do no lest than chip In and buy her a suitable monument. ' Taking advanlago nf the confusion, tho Sultan ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

MARSHALL .REPUBLICAN THL U1KL HALFWAY, HOUSE: A STORY Of THE PLAINS I1Y E. HODOII, AUTIIOll Of Tim STORY or THK COWDOY Ci)ir(flli, ft. Z. AlHilim A- itrTgV St rfftMi CHAPTER XVIII. Th Way ef Mild. The Halfwsy.Houto in tin oasl In the desert. To-day It wa n oasis and a battle ground. Franklin watched Mary Ellen aa aho patted quietly about tho long, low room, engaged In household duties which ahe performed deftly aa'any servant. He compared ' thoio rude necessities with tho asso i, clatlons amid which bo knew this girl i bad been nurtured, and the thought fgavo htm nothing but dissatisfaction and rebellion, l'rcsently bo rose, ana ' excusing himself, wont out to Join i Uuford at the corral. "Come," said the latter, "and Ml show you around over our Improve ments whllo wo are waltln' for a bite to eat. If ever this land cornea to be worth anything at all, we ought to grow Into something worth while." "Yes," said Franklin, "It will make you rich," and a they walked about ho pointed out w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

BBBBWaaBBaaHlsssMaBMBaL Friday, February 20, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ill MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. rsbUabad arry rriday sad aalarad at taa aaat tfkas S4 Msrakatl.Ma., aaeoad-elaa, la in atlar. muds: 11.00 per Year in Advance. J. J. WITT, Editor and Prop. TaUphona No. 9. LMAL HUTICn-Oar frlaadi will tool" graat farar by ordarlag lklr lagal notlraa rrlatadlii tba RaaabUeaa. tea bara a right la i tbaa. bara yon plaaaa. Oar rrlra la Iba ruaail con aUtaal. HOTtOK-Wa da aal alk la aaad Iba Hayabllaaa Is aayoaa oka duaa irol waat II o airatla la pay for sama. l'apars ara rotatlF atori-ad oa rataaal. It joa "aal lo dlwoatlnaa Jnar fasar BoUfy aa or yaar r.taa,lar, bal flaata aaa Ibal ynar aabarrlytioa It yald ap. PRIC allanTaxraanbartlbara ara aalllladlta Ika Kaaaaa Clly Waakly aaraat daa. Tkla ll a kl alar, bal Iba parroa aba l-r.li aa la adraass aaraa aa atarh Ihaaaad wotk aal aa gladly ' lira Iba rotBUral Arrrara.lwarlbaridar.rlra aa ol Iba aaaaf oar aroftay, aiaka at Ukathaara, oa arar aal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday.'Febraary 26, 1904. MALTA BEND. A. Denning ii attending the hard wire dealers' meeting at St. Louis this week. A goodly number of our citizens are In the clutches of the grippe, Russell Harding went through here Tuesday on his special train. Houston Bros, brought in two cars of hogs from Olean Wednesday morning. Born, to the wife of S. D. Curd, I on Monday night, a girl baby. Rev. J. W. Bzell has begun a protracted meeting. He will have help to aid in the work. Thai much good may result is our wish. The young folks enjoyed a very pleasant evening at the home of C. A. Adams Monday evening. Elder Hunt (ailed to put 111 an appearance here Saturday and Sun day to hold the quarterly meeting. We learn that he is aick, is the cause, but hope I e may soon be out at his regular work again. Joe Clyde shipped oue car of cat' tie to St. Louis Monday. We learn that K. II. Levy, who Is in Kansas City undergoing treat ment for tumor of the stomach, Is somewhat better. Mr...

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