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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 February 1904

l.f . MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ft ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION GREATEST EVER Estimated Cost, Exclusive of 'the Value of the Exhibits, Is from Forty to Fifty Million Dollars Miles of Wonderful Displays In More Than Twenty Buildings. it la now a little more than two month, before tho gates will opn upon the World'a Fair at St Ural and the public will be Invited to ate the greatest oiposltlon that baa crer bctn created. The Yaet oihlblt palacea are complete and many ot them have been flnlahed tor eotcral months. Within the nut two month i all ot thorn are to be brightened with new coata of paint eo that, on the opening dir. the magnificent array ot palacea will ap pear aa frcah aa a nowly bloeaomed rote. No one, no matter how vivid hie Im agination, can picture to hlmactt tho acene that will be preaented when tho Ka position la complete. The more ono iwi Ihla great collection ot eihlblt palacea and cuunllcaa other bulldlnga, the more deeply Impressed he be comes with tho grandeur ot tho under takin...

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. — 26 February 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT CATARRH, COUGHS. COLDS, GRIP Penmafbrcouafa itidfpas lit cMdvK V I - - " SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe and Winter Catarrh. IN KVETIT eonnlrr of th civilised world . the Hlatr of Charity ar known. Not only do they mlnl.ler tn (ho .lrltul ami Intellectual need, of the chelate committed to their aire, but lb. alto minister to their bodily limit. Whenever couch, or cold, U grippe or pneumonia make tbclr appearance among tlx chlldrrn theoe M.tem are not disconcerted, but know (lull tht rem dlealnapply, Willi to many children to take car of nil to protect from climate and dlaM thnw wle ami prudent Hitter, bare founl Kruna a neter-falllnii Mfcgu.nl. ssssssssssssssft Ife i!il!L-kiaBfciKr?.!:.!:t!;ii linmmn nffi kWrt rt . Plater of SU Joseph, of tho Ilcnf Mute Institute, 1M9 Can Arc, tit. Ixmls. Wa,wrltrl ' W appreciate Pervna very much. It certainly doe good work with catarrh and alto with cold and la gri...

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. — 26 February 1904

Wtf IT1'' - K,zy,f" laiday, February 26, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN II ll tl ftf w 01 w V ol w IK I' O ol cl l( p w m i M II to d k to l at B. IX nt In I al w ol 'tj 9 1 AMttHul Liul flews. MARSHALL MARKETS; MARSHALL, FRO. M, 1004 'Vrleet changed wtcklf by Rea A Paga Milling Co. and subject to market -changes. Wh.il 1M Corn rocirov Weekly quottllon by Manhatl Pro tinea Co.. subject to market changes. '58 ?? Bntler J'0 Spring Chicken ft j 'Ben 5 ftoottert... .. Oeate, full feathered, per lb.... Duck . ...... Hen Turkeys Central Committee Meeting; There will be a" meeting o( the lie' nubllcan Central Committee Monday, F eb. Stttb. at 10:30 a in. In the Circuit Court room. A full attendance It de aired. . , W. II. MLXUNR, Chairman. 1 Mll.ro Al-lHoN, Becrctary. Attempted Suicide 0car Taylor, a young man of bout twenty, who we for some tlmo night clerk at the Hotel Saline lo Sla er, but who hat lately been employed on tt.e C U A railroad, attempted to ommlt tulclde Tuetdey by taking qarbo...

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. — 4 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol. XIII, MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTV, MISSOURI, MAKCII 4, li04. No. 4. Subscription to this Paper, 91.00 Pur Annum in Advance, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal I i 1 jnc LOCAL TIMEJTADLE OOlSd WEIT 1.KAVKH Not Notl Noll , Noll buiitm m;ii uniimiitd n.i.r,. m- rmuitis" Barton...... . I" mid)" AiiMIAf.f. tra- . lla in- hullldiM. 5" Mt.Uor.anl . . " lutbntn ' H 0 " III" ooinci evr LEAVE Noll LNoU NoK" 1 N.I2 SMkbutn . I.UnntH efcitklrfor,! HAIIKIIAI.L. VOrtoa. tl.l.r Gilliam ll.rn.in ll.n " IISJ" IIJ ll.l It It -II II Ml ' I 7j; "i i MM j a ttpm, n t.ll I IJQ " i ' It ui ra toj ar. ilaail or lo I.M. I .at.". tarNo.mril. kno.iiailli. h.. taut llfil I K.ll Bjo.. no.o llci.ti on mI. lu all I ron.ln.al lali In Ma l'altt.1 M.l... C,m4, and M.ilco. U. l.llAWTHONa. Acnl, Missouri Pacific Time Card. (iOINII KAHT Ka ie-linr. lM,MMaf.lill . a.aeam Ko. Ill-U.1 rlM. Una i Maitball. Il.lllam (IOINO T. So. IS riBjrr. I..T.I Varal.att I ilfra o. HI-Ur.tYr.labt. ! Mof.boll I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 March 1904

Marshall Republic? WITT, Kdltor and FroprWtor, MARSHALL, UtBSODKL A record-breaking maple sugar out put Is promised from Vermont, Sweat tidings! A. darky chauffeur on gasoline snto makes aa unquestionably strong combination. A medical journal gives Instructions m to now to cough right Th bt way li not to catch cold. That Chicago waiter who 'Inherited tl.000,000 now knowa how It facia to be at tha wrong end of a tip. Tho fashion editor describes a "re ception frock with 1830 touches." What a mean man ho muit have beenl Sympathise with tho amaltor man In a fight. If rou like, but think twice beforo you place your almolcona on him. A New Jencr peach grower with an orcharl of 400 treea offers to aell bit crop for tbla aeaaon for 15. No takers. Another evldcnco of tho slowness of tho Chtneso Is that It takes them two weeks to eclobrato one Naw Year day. "What Is tho use of poetry?" aska Itlchonl La Ualllcnne. Welt, soma of It serves to Incrcaso one's liking for ' good plain proso. A stud...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN BnV"''"V'MIViVtiii iA'mi V 1 V T rw ww r w w w a mm TP lflJtr U1KL Al i M 1L, , HALFWAY HOUSE A STORY or THE PLAINS ; , BY K, HOtlOII, AUTHOK or TUB STORY OF TIIK COWBOY CUtritkttJ. ai. i. a. AtHtltm M C.-Im... x.i 3mi'V" miftw iiiiyWimiiAji.Ajm iiftm rfV si . srfV sfl CHAPTER XIX. Bill Watson. The sheriff of Kllltvlllo tat In his omco oiling the machinery of the lawj which Is to say, cleaning his revolver. Tlicro was not yot any courthouse. The sheriff was the law. Twelve now mounds on tho hillside back of the CotUgo Hotel showed how faithfully he had executed his dutlea a Judge and Jury alnce he had taken up hla office, at the beginning of tho "cow boom" of Ellltvlllc. Ilia right band had found somewhat to do, and ho bad done It with bla might. EIIIitIIIo waa near tho tcnlth of Ita bad eminence. The entlro country had irons broad-horn. Money being frco, whisky waa not loss so. Tho bar of tho Cottago waa lined perpetually. Wild men from tho rango rodo their hone...

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

FrlcUyi March 4, 1904. MARSHALL KEPUiLIOAN i MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ISVUahad .tar? rrtdai BDd ealered l laa seat. bfs el Marehan.Mo., asaeeood-alaes nail ntlr. TKKMS: 11.00 I'EH YKAR IN ADVANCE J. J. WITT, Editor ami Prop. Talaphona No. 9. LIOAL NOTICKS-Oal friends roofer a sreal favor 7 orderly Ihalr legal eetltos i-rlaledln lb. llei-ablicaa. Too base a lleil to seed tbeoa vhore too plea... Oar price It tka leaeel ooo. MttNl. KOTICtt-W.doool alh la Mod the UrH-n U aatoo t,bo duee aol oaol It aor aspects to 07 toe Banc. rsereare rroBptlf slot-pod a rea,et. It Too oaol to dleeontlnao soar paper eoUt oa oc toes poelataater, bet aleeee eee last rear eeberrletlo U paid op. tHKIt ,ll,ii,eABaheciibers art .Milled t the Kaaeasl'ltr Meetly Joaroal free. Til. I. a ftlft offer, bait tho orenn oho aye as la adseooa taece aa oaaeb Una and wota and aae fladlf re- tor. the rooapllaaeBt. Arrear eebarrlbers derrlee aa ol tha oee of nor nj, eaele as laseefaanees OA afar rIUb II. cease ailra bovk-ieepl...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, March 4, 1904. ounty SLATER Sitter's delegation to the county convention have finally all return ed home, apparently all well aatls ficd with the proceeding. Qd Al exander appears to bave mlstinder stood the d ie and went to Mar shall one day too toon and return ed home before the convention met. Dick Owinn was disappointed that tbe plug would not delay long enough (or him to get on Monday morning, however be got there Just tbe same, but was sentenced to the stale convention (or two days or more as a penalty for being late. Ormond Hupp artived home some time Monday uight minus bis specks aud unable to balance bis cash account. The convention ad journed at 4 p. m. and Mann and Tucker were doing business at their old stand in Slater at 5:15. Dob King, of Clay, was perhaps the mo.it ill. used man at the conven tion. Alter riding ten milts on our terrible bad roads he was re quired to serve.on three committees at tbe same time. He was also ap pointed as deleg...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 March 1904

tth isnBnaa. Tri rr i m 1 1 i " . - - MARSHALL REPUBLICAN n. 1 INTMMTIN& TO AMIMCAN. rVsstsrti Canae Will toon th Supply Depot fer Wheat ftf mi num. During the put rr about 10,000 anerlcan went from the United lute to Canada. Most of theee set tled upon firm Unde, and the writer tnrorraed by agents or the Cana lln Government that the kruteit rnccess ha followed the effort of leirly til. To their friends on thle Me of the boundary line the fullest assurance li given of the prosperity mat li in (tore for them. There will ilweji be a aplendld market for all Ihe g-raln, cattle, and' othor produce mat can be railed In Wcstorn Can Ida. and with the advantage offered it a free homestead of HO acres of land, and other lands which may be bought cheaply, an eicollcnt climate. ipieoaid school aystem, educational aavantagea or ihe best, what more la required. Tho husbandman gets more return for his money than In any other country In tho world. On thn occasion of Sir Wilfred LaU. rler'a visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN if Miss JNellie Holmes, treasurer ot the (Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf fering women to rely, as she did, t upon jLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, ' "Dia Mm, rixiiuut Your medicine I Indeed an Ideal mrain'i medicine, and by far the beat I know to r store loat health anil strength. I suffered misery lor several yeara, Ulna troubled with menorrhagla. My back ached, I had bearing-down palne and frequent headaches, I would often waka from reatful sleep, and in auch pain that I suffered for houra before I could go to aleep again. I dreaded the long nlghta aa much aa the weary days. I conaulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, flndlnir that their medicine did not seem to cure me, 1 tried jour Vegetable) Compound on the recommendation of a friend from the East who waa visiting me. "I am ilad that I followed her advice, for every ache and pain la rone, and not only this, but my general health la...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 4 March 1904

Friday, March 4, 1904. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN I mm ikh news. I MARSHALL MARKETS. Maiiriiall,Mar. 4, 11)01. rlca changed weekly by Its A I'sgs Milling Co. snd eulijecl to market a binges. Whest 1.00 Corn. Oo i-ot'iritv Weekly isolation by Mrhll Pro slur Co.. ubkict to market cliani!ie. Kgf j? llultar 1 o Hrlnir Ulilckuna Via (Inns "to lloo.ter 40 tie., full fcatlieird, per II).... 4d llnoka e linn Turkeys H Inlllatlun arreto of the Y. M C, A. ufflcKM will lk olaon Hunday after noon at 3 o'clock. Bermon lijr lUir, . H. Itin.nl. Itaee, AlilHiltaml llrlifge will unlit In the monlln. Kerry body Invited. MARRIAQE LICENSE. line, W, M. Tliom ..Ktmwood Mar IVrKU'on r'.lmwood A. II. Orr Halt Hprliiga lunula Kcarliorouuli Malt (lend Oeo, Paiiitmaii Hwcrt Hprluire !.. holiwerr. BoiH-t Hprlnife John llTlnlow ( Norton Slnlla C. (Irllim Norton 4mr Uti Hitler llrnol.f (,'cmiW Hlaler Harry It. Wl.einaii Hlalrr Wlrnrar". NunlM ....Hletur . Fonrful Odds Agnlnat Him lMrMilon, alone and dealltule, Much, In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 11. 1H04. No. 5 ubscription to this Paper, 91.00 Pur Annum in Advanok, Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal M&3 LOCAL ?iLTOV RV. TIME 1 .to.'... ClOINll WKT m.t oi Mail n.i. Milan l-lam' II ni.m, llr ll.l.r . IU" I Tfam'll.la " IM" 1 in -t i.i m Rorton . HAIi.IIAI.I. I X mm I TIMET fMLLaonard .ii" . ! ill" .u" lit or - i i.i" OOINO KT Null Nv NoW NIJ IVaibtira . Mt.ll'naM siaal-for1 HAK-IIA1.L . sorton. m.i.t allium .., II.IHam t.lfi.i., nn Ml ii tv ; in UM - t)M II.U " ! . l'U II .J It 01 " I 1.10 itw ! ll.VJjn .I1 " .IBM OA alfD.I Of 14 11 f 4fn.ll, tr-.vo. m'.i. kMoi.it. I'im out I eall .print. Coi trhtla on to ill r-rouliwal i-jl.la la lit I'bIIkI Nilm lr.J anil Muloa. O.B.IIjIWTHUHkl. .(-.!. Missouri Pacific Time Card. OOINO KAT Mtt lll'iiMAMf. Ihim Uat.tiitl .Mam H Ill-Ural ,IM, Ihin Wif.Lill II, l.ltfa OUINO WK.-T. Jfa. l-raatRtar. laava Maratiall I II t m Mo, Itl-LwalYnliBt. M.t.liiU . I rm IffTu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN ..... W ...... ! U J. 3. WITT, Editor and Proprietor, MARSHALL, MISSOURI Thcra't till universal honor fqr th men who never told a lis. Hot how much emulation? A place for pockctbook li tho new t In ladles' hosiery, Thli may makt 'm self supporting. Admiral Toko of the Japaneae navy ahould change hie tonac. Ho baa al ready cone and done It. tt la about time for the eonttnuoui performers to begin warbling "On tbi baaka of the Yalu. far away." If any troublo la going to be patted aronnd In the old world the sultan ol Turkey means to barn bit share. News comet that tho Huttlans havi occupied PJng.Yeng, but Plng-Poni hasn't appeared In the dliipatcbea yet ' In the United Htatet each year there Is eaten $160,000,000 worth of candy, and It Isn't alt the children's doings either. The world Is waiting with Intercut to ten Kipling rhyme Vladivostok and Tsltilhar with Iihlkarl and Zuborotk OlTsklvltch. Tolstoi ways hp It neither far Rutils nnr .Japan, but for the men who ar...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

h3 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Letsst Novelties In th anops. Th ahlrt waist boxea In cretonne, which corns fitted snugly away bureau drawer) Into a case covered with the material, are now imitated tn miniature attain aomo four or Are lnehea In height. Theae are designed for a baby'i boudoir use. One drawer contalna eafetjr pint, another ileeve or bib holdtri and other silver trin ket!, a third the wee nocks, etc The Imitation!, too, are covered with cre tonne. Each imall ornament li top ped off with a bow ot latin ribbon. The Incoming; elylei In rattan, wil low and wicker furniture for the poreff ML 1 1 . I. Th-,. mat fVji Include reading table, tea atand and I piemen t ot chalrf, rockera and .benches. wy Mmuj ui ins ricavn peia cuuiu in ra mmurn or paio colorings wnicn J catch tho eyo at once aa something extremely new. Other lovely oulflt! I are atalned or enameled In the paleat .of tint! of lavender, pink, blue and the like. A Pretty Llr.en Frock. Linen fabric aro ahown In almoat numberl...

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. — 11 March 1904

MmPtjln..tiiriM,-MimL. ...... ' ..'.. - .j w-wmmmm - . -z .- . .. Friday, March 11, 1904 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN , J MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. fttUakW tt Mist s.4 salens) tl ta. rost- I St MtrsfctI,Mo. ss ftm.4-tl.M MUI wsMtr. Tbuss: 11.00 i-nt Year in Advance. J. J. WITT, Editor and Prop. Telephone No. 9. A liviilv lime li predicted for Monday's meeting of the Demo- critic Central Committee. Dkuockats who dcaire a voice In governmental affairs and who desire a government of and by the people are kindly asked toconilder the Republican party. You'll be welcome. Advrrtiskds who overlook the Marshall KuruDMCAN, leave out of their calculations one. third of the people of Salinecounty. How any firm can do this and niccecd we don't know. Wk are told that the deciding vote at the Democratic county com mittee meeting .Monday was held by a St, I.otils man, who is a mem ber of the committee. Wonder If we had a "teal Indian" In Mar shall? Tiik Saline County Democratic Central Committee which met In the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN Friday, March 11, 1904. . ounty 9le0 SWEET SPRINGS- Mri. Prank Dobyns his return cd to ber borne in Kansas City, ( ter a months visit with her parent, Mr, ami Mrs. A. S. Rembert. Miss Victor Dea Ruisseaux list returned to Sweet Springs and will open up ber. millinery store with a new line of spriag goods. John Allen died Friday morning and was burried Saturday. He was the son of Isaac Allen and leaves a wjfe and one child, Miss Clyde Hatvey has returned from an extended visit with friends at Lamoille. Miss Rose Falkettb went to Green Ridge Monday morning, where she will bare charge of a stock of millinery. Frank Cook is at home again from a Texas trip, Christ Bredehoft Is very III of gastrltus at his home north of town. Mrs C. W. Herndon returned to ber home iu Marshall after a few days visit with ber sister, Mrs, Annie S. Andrew. Miss Annie Andrew left Thurs day for Washington, I). C. to visit her sister, Miss Kathcrine and ber brother, Hugene II. Andrew. Mrs, W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

I 9 14? , Hi it I , , MARSHALL REPUBLICAN THE GIRL HALFWAY our or BY K, IIOUQII. AtlTIIOII OK TH. BTOKV O Ce. . IMI, j D. Afttiln Ctmfmt. Him ftet jrOnOM SaAiseiarltVisjassSasa. iViniihflMj CHAPTIPl XIX Continued. Ttio left arm of tha sheriff dropped. The whole tody of Jk Anderson, (hot low through tho trunk, as was th aherlft'a Invariable custom, melted down find eank Into a stttlnK poeture, leaning agalnat tho edge of the stoop. The sheriff with a leap aprnnit behind tho fallen man, not firing again. Ik Anderson, with a black dim now eon; upon hla eyoa, rained hta revolver and Ami once, twice, threo times, four tlmea, Ave 1 1 men, lapping the apnea In front of him regularly and carefully with hla fire. Then ho aank hack wearily Into tho alicrlff'a arm. "All right, mammy!" remarked Ike Anderaoii, aomotthat Irrelevantly, CHAPTBR XX. The Bed of the Crime. Hour after hour. In tho heat of tho day or tho rool of Iho ovenlng, Iho Riant Mexican strode on by tho aldo of the two horsemen, s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN NOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED . n DREAD CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. For a mi ttow wltw ! tk filly soarcMol seller aMtketJs. 'frm It Uturt to4 ftecarW jr.Uf". t JMrl Jf. IVart, Oat Mri, lUMU.t 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 takes of mechanical, commer cial and professional people. Have you evor wished that some one would come along and tell you something pleasant? Suppose we hegtn on this Mid do wo would be done by, Ilury dead nd worso than dead' subjects and dig up tome beautiful crystals or curloui stones. Hunt for wild flower and capture in Inspiring tunrlto with our now camera. Homo peoplo ore product of what hoy ico and hear, wlilln oilier majr bo product of wbnt they think. You are an educator for good or evil, when you uo Jour volco or deliver a thought or exhibit a lght. Homo men and wemon are devoting their llnio to leaching otbera h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 March 1904

l-).iJ)iWW.WIIl'JMWIIWIWWlBWB EM The Awaken in g Greatest v ! That Marshall Ever Saw Thirty Days of Red Hot Selling. The whole town will be in an uproar. We are going to raise the roof if necessary and let in the sunshine. That we propose to pour out to the people of Saline county for the next thirty days as never before by man in this city. The whole house will be ablaze with bargains. Fire, water and smoke, backed by the sheriff could not make the prices we propose to make for the next 30 days. Commencing Saturday, March I2lti, and Winding up al tyidniglri flpril I2IH c' S50,000.00 worth of thti brlyhti'Ht, iiuwunt, lilgli'grutlo murcliauilltfo iu tliltf part of tlio slat-to nell at t lie most ruinous price you oversaw. It will le tlio greatest upheaval of bargain within the walls of this city since she came on earth. There is not to lie one Item held In reserve. W. II. Fletcher In directing the big hanrain mum anil you will hear the cannon balls falling for mile.' around, destroy...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 March 1904

.143 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol. XIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 18, 1V04. No. G Subscription to this Paper, "SiT"1 Includes The Kansas City Weekly Journal X LOCAL NEWS 2C g rag TIMEUTADLE COINU WaMT LIAVK Nat Nol No It ' St IS Ollllaia . - l.ttaa, ll.tlaai I Malar US" Maauhl IS Ita" SlttH ...... . .10" . . MM " 1 AIINIALi,. Vt- ,K" 1 1 iS lit" tiaatalferS. .. ID" LLaanaii .41 " I II" latitat! U " lint " I. II" CIOUII H.T LEAVE4 Null No SO Ns 1 ,.U I !. tJTlm . - I.Uotiirtl kataWof.l Ak-IIALL.. Varloa . (Jalar Omnia . . 11.1 -11.3 ' II. " II. il " I 1 11 -llll" J. ?JJ - . . .l " ' J I Hil II M i I-S.IO " Ut, M alail Of to Itat .artr., tr"So.onAt,SlHaat,t4i t a,a I Kail 4l. Coapc llaiala wi aala lo all romlaaal Milat, la tie l'mtt Malta, 1'aaa.la ana Mtilto. O. I.IUwtuuast. Jr,.el. Missouri Pacific Time Card. UUlNfi KAHT. 50. I. raMnrr. laatta H.rlall S.SS am a. Ill-Loral maM, Ita.ta Mat.kall 11.10 ara COINU V. ET. 8 a. It-.t'aMtaiar. Itat. Mar.lall 3 Slim a. lll-L.-alVl...

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