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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 6 January 1899

nODS ILLS1 Bamr tba tor ptd liter, end ran blllouene, lck 1 headache, laundlce, naaeea, Indlgeer Hon, etc Tbey in In valuable to prevent a cold or break up (tier. Mild, rentle,certatn,tbey are worthy your confidence. Purely vegetable, tbey ran be taken be children or dellrate women, price, IV. it ell medicine dealere or by mall of U.I. ilooo A Co., Lowell, llin, MAItSIIAMj market. To be corrected weekly by the RurunucAN for tlie benefit ot its farmer friends. Wheat, per bu Corn, " " Oats, " " ..... Apples " " Irish potatoes, per bu Ugg. per do Butter, per lb Chickens, old hen s, per lb, " young, per lb.. 6jc 3JC 28c joc 1 8c 15c 4jc 2C Roo'tcrs, per lb Turkeys, hens, per lb 6J(c Turkeys, gobblers, per lb.. 6jjc Ducks, per lb jjsc Geese, per lb. 4c 7c Sides, per lb Haras, " " Shoulders, per lb Hides, dry, per lb No I. .. IOC 7C 10 to 12c Hides, green, per lb i'jc feathers, per lb 40 to 36 Kvaporatcd apples, per lb.. 10c Suudried " " " .. He Wool, tub washed, " " .. 23c " unwashed, " ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 6 January 1899

G A A-TIMETABLE-Train Put Marshall Ootsg Bait. If Mil as4 U tUttt 14 St lavil 10:11 IS Xuikt la b . ..II:if II ttliui flmHI , , , , Hr III llM MAI Illll ooiaa WMT, II lull t4 1 aras. Dalit. .. 1:10 is ,. llUHI .. 1 a. HIILA KU.itmH.lill; llrklmoK ollllJ, rniau .... t.OOass III a4 IMDallf tsstltlsag'Sf. Allslktrlralss oil;. W A. Burtr, MO PA01TI0 BY TIME TABLE. J.CB. A L.Wil.ki. in ocsm 11, Utitt, flSpSltS... .......... in, ana4, tfmnt........ 111, A srl ..: . ... TlSOa .11 Mt. m witocmh . .,...... . Ill (.(.'.rmitLlni J LOCAL NEWS MIm Rlna McDrlde tell Satur day for her home In Parts, Mo. Ola Grecian upcnt Sunday and Monday at lits home in Dlosscr. Miss Oeorgie I'M wards returned to her home in Slater on Monday. Miss Rachel Van Dyke went to Malta Bend l'riday (or a vKt to friends. Miss Sallie Spencer mid Mi.n Kennedy returned l'riday from Salisbury. Mrs W C Todd mid daughter Annie' returned Sunday from Vcr tion county. Tom McDououglt mid M. Thompson, of Hliackelford, were In tlic ci...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 6 January 1899

Hood's Calendar dfC P"'cl beauty, I nVIVf Patriotic, up lo elite. Hubjecti "AN AMERICAN GIKL" Udc ol the bandtometl pieces ot col or work Issued llils year. Lllho. graphed, with, border ol army sod navy emblem! embossed In gold, l-eare Tour niiut with four druggist aod ask him to tare you copy or lend centi In atampa lor ons to C I. HOOD A CO., Lowell, Man. Mtatlaa Ikll tf ) Remember Ilood't 8ariaparllla la America's Gratet Medicine lor the Blood and the Heat that Money Can Iluy. "Hence take oaly IlooU'a. KOCK OR GRAVEL ROADS APaptrbyT. 0. Btanlty. Btdtlla, Mo Kead at tit Strata Annual Matt log of the Missouri Boadt Ira provtsteot AmmImIoi, Bald DtoraibarlS, atMtiloe, Missouri. The advantage ol good roada over bad onee la auch a self-evident tact that It seems felly to discuss that phaao ol the subject. However a law wordaoathti particular bearing ol the case may not lie out ol place. Commotitento will tell u that with other thlnga belog eiiual, properly located on a good road la mo...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 6 January 1899

- . I. tel. r Bl. it: r Olnb Eliot Ion, The a'unutl election of officers lot the Mistletoe Club of tlil-t city tool place at their hall, mi Wed tleadar. Jan. l. The followln? of ficera weir elected for the ensuing year: K. L. Brown. Prcs.iR.B Ktiff, Vlce-1'res.i Karl K. Mayer. aec. aadTreas., and J. I). Vanish, Cor. Secretary. Vice-President Ruff and several others addressed the club, review- 'ing the past successful year and ucspeaiclng .for the organization even a brighter future. The mem bers of the club arc considering proposition to Incorporate the same and also an effort to solicit an endowment for a l'ibrarv. This prospective library, If the effort is succcwlul, will be named after the donor. The Rhi-uiii.ican extends to the club its best whiles for the coming year, which is now cudcav orlne to make its lull mi atlrae tlve place for the votinir men of our city, who may there spend their time profitably as well as pleas anuy. k Mtmlon'Offerl 25c V00 l'hotoffrapli views uf the ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

The Saline Republican. VOL. VIII. ft4scrsl7"ll lUIissoliri, pvidaty eJatrjuaHry 13 IS. NO. 16 FOREST PARK SUICIDE. Ony A. Morgan, WboM Mother Llrei Bert, Takel Hit Own Life In Forest Park. Bt. Louli. BEEMIHQ MYSTERY CLEARED. The Young Mo Left Hen Six Weeke Ago--Bli Lait LetterBome. A nun found dead In l'orcst Park is at once announced the vic tim of some dark conspiracy. The great broad park, darkened by many evergreen and low branch ing trees lias been the tceuce ot so many awful mysteries, never to be (athomed by the police, that a dead man found there at once be comes a victim of some harrowing murder story. The St. Louis Wednesday even' lug and Thursday morning papers devoted a column each to what they called a mystery, yet to be determined either a suicide ormur der. The following account Is the story ai printed by the Globe Democrat, cut down and smnmaru ed In places. "l'orcst Park has furnished an other mystery for the Coroner aud police to wrestle with. It looks like murder,...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

1" ' I THE REPUBLICAN. I'krcv H. VanDvkk, Hdltor. Issued every Friday morning. Entered "n't the Post OITicc nt .M.VUIV. 'Mo., hs second class mail mailer. TKt.KPIIO.Nll, No. 9. Friday, Janimkv ij, 1897 Germany seems inclined to allc viate the distrust hrr unsympa thetic actions during the war in the Phlllippine troubles occasioned to many Americans. Hate, Hoar and Mason should beware of the extent to which their dread of imperialism carries them, for all doubtless wish to live and die Republicans. A cattle plunger down iu licit ton county tried the Gillctt game, only he forgot to go to Mexico and consequently his little fiasco failed. He rests behind the bars. Some correspondence for the UwuiiLlCAN has betn rehired lately, solely because 110 name was attached. It is absolutely esscnti al that we know the responsibility of the author. When I buy the Philippines, 1 want to deal directly with them Uryan. Defeated In his aspera lions of two years ago, he does not speak in an official ca...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

Sure Cure for Gelds Then the children cet their feet wet and tale colj fctve them a hot loot bath. bol of hot drink, i doie of Ayer'a Cherry I'eciortl, and put iheAi to bed. Tho chancel ire they will be II right In the morning. Con tlnue the Cherry Pectoral few dyi, until all cough hat dl- appcarcd Old coueha coughs are alto cured; we mean the cougha of bron. chilli, weak throata and irritable lungs. Even the hard cougha of consumption are alwaya made eaiy and frequently cured by the continued uto of Cherry pectoral Every doctor Inowa that wild cherry bark la the beat remedy known to medical aclcnce for aooihlng and healing Inflamed throats and lungs. Put ono at Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs Thm Bt mtdloml Vi haw ht t tl. nVMt rm. V-M li,kui In llm t lil(rl UI-- 'bMattat Ml -MIlt,IIM an4 Iwlf ltl flrrmlnnllr Dl iiin lot ftfll'M tm1lrl ftlk. V. Hl tml (! tb .W.U..M.V;. .IA.MKS W MIXH HIOXOUXCKUIXSAXK, CommlistH Ee Lnnallco IwpiIrenJo Re turns llili rinding. To b...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

TH .REPUBLICAN, f KLKPItONK, No, 9. ( ' LOCAL NEWS J Do you take the Rki-i'bmcan? June King was In trading Tucs day. W. H. Hurt Is expected liome Saturday. J. W. Patterson Is In St. Louis tliU week. MUi llruce Marmadukc Is on the sick list. Numerous weddings nre report' ed for January. T. Rjan, of Wanamakcr, was a visitor Wednesday. 1. C. Armcnlrout is out again, alter a week's Illness. Tom Hall, 'of Shackelford, was a visitor Wednesday. John R. Nell, of Grand Pass has returned to his home. Mrs, J. C. Ilrandou has been on the nick list this week. Mrs. Jane llruce tins been very III, but Is some better. Miss Uessie Orear returned Wed nesday from Orearvllle. Clarence Tucker of Slater, was In the city Wednesday- Miss Pearl Parrish spent Sunday with relatives at Gilliam., Miss Spencer of Slater, attended the Fagc-Farrls wedding. J. W. Sparks is in Iowa attend lug to business this week. O. S. Saunders Is very sick, his home on North Odcll. at Mrs. A. Ranshctgcr. of Salt Springs, was In S...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

Hood' Pilim Are prepared from Na ture's mild laxatives, and while Rcr.tle are reliable and efficient. They Roumo tho Liver Cure Sick Headache, Iiil iousncss, Sour. Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c. per box. l'lei'iitdbj CLUcxxt A Cc.,LoeU.Mass. MAHSIIAIil. MAUKET. To n corrected weekly 1)' the IUl'l'liUCAN for the benefit ol its (.inner friends. Wheat, per 1m 65c Com, " " 3SC Oats, " " a'c Apples " " 5 1 '.15 Irish potatoes, per lilt 50c UBS, per do. 15c Ilutler, per H isjic Chickens, old hens, per Hi. dJc " young, per Hi... 4c Hoo'tcts, per H sc Turkeys. Iicih. tcr H tc Turkeys, gobblers, per Hi... 6Sc Ducks, per Hi..., 3',ic Geese, peril 3f Sides, per Hi '. 7c Hams. " " 10c Shoulders, per II Hides, dry, per Hi No !.. m to ijc Hides, j-recti, per H 8c feathers, per H 30 to 37 Hvaporatetl apples, per In. loc Sundricd Sc Wool, tub washed, ' " unwashed, " " butry, per Hi... l'lour, first grade, per ' second " " " third " " Meal, per cwt Uran, " " .ard H Ilccswax 3JC " l...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

mm 0- k A- TIMKTAIlliK Trehl Pu4 Ihnliall Going Eut CHIRO WKHtt .ia, m flam dill """I'l nsiwtj. All tltr trsli ' A. IUA1tr,A?nl. MO PAOiriO BY TIME TABLE. I.e., II. A L. 111. !.!,.. tART IKICNI. 13. litd. ri.r,,l. iri, mii4. drnt. .11 . m Mm . 1 1)1 l wilt aol'mi ttlatd II FAMIIM, An J LOCAL NKWS Mr. James Colvcrt, who has been nick with grip, Is convalesc ing. George N. Orcnr made a busi ness trip to Kansas City last week. Knsscil Klrtly, ol Kansas City, visited friends in Marshall this week. Wilder Illalr fient l'rlday mid Saturday with friends nl (Hack burn. Mrs. Maloncy has been very sick with erysipelas, but is much Mler. 0. II. Auishtiiy, of Hardeman, was one of the many visitors Sat urday, A. Marshall, of Wauamakcr, was buying goods in our city .Sat urday. .Miss Josephine Maloney, who has been ijnilc nick with grip, is out again. Mrs. A. II. Stewart, who has been cjulte nick with the grip, is convalescing. 1). Stewart Matted out on his trip Sunday night after n week's visit a...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

Hood's 00UP0H. Calendar -f Qflrt"'1 11 perfect beauty, I Oil if patriotic nil lo dale. "AN AHKUICAN Glltl," One nf I lie handsomest itccc ul vol. or work Issued this tear, l.lthu. graphed, wllli border of army ami navy emblem embossed In gold. I.cata tour namo with jour druggist anil ak lilm lu rate joh a copy or icndO tenia In stamps (or one In U. t. HOOI& CO.. Lowell, Mam. M.nliwlU.1. lr, Remember Hood's Strsaparllla In America' Oreatctl Mcdiclno lor Iho llloml nml the Hot that Money Can lluy. Hence lain only Hood's, INITIAL EXAMINATION No 9.v I'ost-oflicc Clerk mul Carrier, Marshall, Mo., I'd). 4, t8j: The United Stntcs Civil Service Commission announce that an ex amination will he held by its post office hoard ol examiners in the city anil on the date named above, commencing at 9 a. in., for the positions of clerk and carrier in the post-office . that city. Only cltlcns of the Untied States may be examined. The examination will consist of spelling, arithmetic, letter-writing...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 13 January 1899

H. 0. Tw'p Ittmi. The bAy'ii report n good time nt Antyn Mirtzwa' dance Monilay night. ' Michael Campbell 'who hai heen very sick, Is sonic better, as Is nlso J 0 Webster. There Is a revival meeting going on nt the German-Lutheran church In New Frankfort. Mr Suppec ami Mr Ktluchcr, two old settlers o( I'rankfott are 'Utile sick thi wevk. t1 M Sydcnstrlckcr and wile are rejoicing over a New Year's gill In the shape of a fine boy. W'c understand that OikkI IIov nnd l'roipcct churches have about clubbed together nnd hired a pastor. Quite a crowd of young folks enjoyed a party nt Wm llrovvn'.s on tile Kufus Khodcs farm, Mon day night. We understand Hint Spin lihol ken and Juo McCortnack and Pete Donoho will noon leave tor the Klondike. Wm Ayrcs, Chas Hupp anil Watson Wood nte each rejoicing over the ntrlvhl of Christum gitls ul I lit Ir hornet. Cm Thlerfelder's family hav lieen laid tip with lagrippc nnd pucutnouia, but arc nil umvalev ct.nl at present. Jack Gauldin Is in n picking hous...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

The Saline 1 Republic an. VOL. VIII. IVIocrsVcill IWIiSSoUrit Frliloty Jai;uiry BO 189Q. NO. 17 SPEAKER WARD HEWARD3 HIS OWN- Th Oppotltlon To The Admlnlitritloo Hit OrjiUlUilng. Ths DUtriba tloa of Boom Ohstrmtnililr. Btll Bttdi Oommlttcs ou LouUiini, Parcbue Ota' TBICNDS rATOBED-rOES HEVEHQED. Msclint) LtgiiUtlon Utj Keet Combined Oppotltlon of the InrrargenU anil RepttMlcani. Wednesday's transplrcuiciits mark tlie ciittaiu fall of the first act of the 40U1 session of the Mis sourl legislature now holding forth at Jefferson City. Senator Cock rcll, through the joint action of the two branches is re-elected to .serve Missouri in the National Senate for the fifth successive term of six years and in all proba bility to his last, lint it is not this fact, which places the Lcgis laturc upon n different basis, though all attempts at legislation and even discussion arc premature before the one great duty and re spoaslbility of electing a U. S. Senator, is performed. The fact to which thi...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

.THErREPUBLICAN. V, 1'krcv;H. Va&DvkiI) lidftorA Issued every l'rltlay morning. titr-t-4be Vwt- Office at Marshall, Mo., as second clasi mail matteri Tituti'iiONK, No. y. l'xtUAY,- Januakv jo, 1899 If you kill n man, tlon't forget to go before the Probate court and get a ticket to the Insane asylum The legislators receive pay by the day from the state, but the other patties In whose employment they arc, have better heads for business and pay only for service rendered. This Is indeed an inoppartune time to revise the statutes of Ml hour), when both houses arc so completely under the domination of the lobbyists representing rail road and trust Interests. Chas It. Jones nnd Henry W.tl tcrson arc now rival editors of I-ouisvlllc paper, llolh arc in favor of expansion at present, but their disagreeing 011 all other sub jeets may lead otic of themtooppo- sltiou on this question. The Imlsiana Putchasc Kxpo sitlon should receive not alone the suppott of the business organlta lions of St...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

n faer'sY I Hair i Vigor I What docs It do? It causes the oil elands In the skin to become more nctlvc, maklnethehatrsoft and c'ossy, precisely as nature Intended. Itclcanscsthcscalpfrom dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu lation In the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. it Prevents m it Cares Baldness Aycr's Hair Vigor will i surely make hair crow on bald heads, provided only there Is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It docs not do this In a moment, as will a hair dye; but In a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of youth takes Its place. Would you like a cony 1 of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It Is free. It fiwt 4a paI nMtln all lh toftflu Mitittlfrwtithiif tbi-v, , Writ U l"rtar mint It. A New OH rtllcni Hall. Messrs Van Dyke & itnlucy will erect at once three two story brick buildings adjoining the Ikiycr building mi Ihe not lli;...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

THE REPUBLICAN, TXtBMIONU, NO. Friday, 'jajjuarv'jo, .1899 J LOCAL NEW& Do you ukt the Ripubucan? Mlu Annie Ervln Is on tbe tick Hit. MIh Nell Mason U quite tick tills week. Frank Boyd spent last week near Arrow Rock. Karl Marmadukc It nick in Led with the grip Mr. It. 1'. Mcl'lurc was a vhl tor this week. I'rof. Kiuersou Fisher icut Sun day in the city. Try Loomls for celebrated liouic made chocolates. Mr. Kerr, of Gilliam, was in the city Monday. Mr. Will Hurt, Is sulTcring with Hie grip this week. Ilurton Dawes entcicd the II lull School this week. Money to loan at 5 xr cent. j6tf R. II. Tavlok. R. F. Gaines, south ol this city, was here Monday. Will Sellers of the county was in tbe city Monday. Mrs. John Hailey from Cretchcr, was n recent visitor. Mls Fattlc Trent is iuite sick with grip this week. J. W. Hcmdoti, of Illne Lick was a recent visitor. Kev. W. K. Dohyns spent Tuc day in UlgginsvHlc. W. H. Hurt returned Saturday from Ilartod county. Ola Grecian spent Sunday with ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

; Constipation, HMdtvcht, illioutn, heartburn, IndlgMtlon, Dlzzinaat, Indleti tta4l yoor 11m . I odI of order, n beet medietas to roan tho 11m and ear til Uwm Hit, U kmd la Pllli 23 null, Bold b, til BMdldM dteiers. MARSHALL MARKET. To be corrected weekly by the RurunLiCAN for the benefit ol Its farmer Iricnds. Wheat, per lu Corn, " " Oats, " " Apples " " Irish potatoes, per bu 6jc Sc joe IOC Kggs, per dor Itutter, per lb u4c Chickens, old hens, per Hi. " young, per lb. Roosters, per It Turkeys, hem, per lb, . . 44c :c 7c Turkeys, gobblers, per lb. 6Jic Ducks, per lb jc Geese, per lb Sides, per lb Hams," " Shoulders, per It Hides, dry, per lb No t.. to to 13c Hides, green, tier lb 8c Feathers, per lb 30 to 37 Evaporated apples, per lb. 10c Sundrlcd 6c Wool, tub washed, " " 23c " unwashed, " " 17 to 18c " burry, per lb 12 to 13c l'lour, first grade, per cwt $2.30 " second " third Meal, per cwt Bran, " " Uti ' lb Deeswax 3.00 1.80 50c 60c 8c 32C Tallow yjc Cows, per cwt (3 00 Steers, ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

r: (t-ritMlM'PMt Mtrabul OoingEait. I ' ! aroMPBI...., ' I . - ,. -Ilia J.. I. i It lull ' HMU Ui B MM. Itallf . ilBltMHtllfll liUl Jlrklaaan AH sVi.Ti.. l.n. a . . , .v.l. s , W.A.llltm.At.. ! ' io PAoind w ran: table. f.CB.A UDIlali. ajnsoino' '" (. oru I'll Arrlttt. i . wut ocn .TiM . aa II.S ft. M oop. J, 0. fatMfl.. Ata. LOCAL NliVVS Do jou lake the RimiiiMCAN? JameaUell and John Kennedy of Shackelford were in the city Monday. Wilton I'ither Is away from the New Vork Store on account of alcknem. Lemons are excellent for the grippe. The best In the market at Loomia'. jjotf Meadamea J. W. and J. M Piper were oniony Saturday'; ahopper. Meadamea Hartsook and Dec re I ol the comity, were In trading Saturday. Lotils Benedict i.i nt his post again after an illness of two weeks with grippe. Judge Stouffer and George A Murrcll were visitors at the county Mat Monday. Mrs. Mary J. Mitchell, of Shack clford come in Tuesday to do some trading. Mis Murphy and Humphrey Lynch, of Mt. Leonard, ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

Hood's . Calendar -i Ofi perfect brauty, I O mf if patriotic up In ilatr. "AN AMKRICAN GIIIL" One ol the hsnilsomst plrcts ( col. or work Issued tMa year. Lltho. graphed, with bonier ol army and nary emblems embossed In goM. Mavo tour mnie with your ilrtigjilat and ask him to sate) joii copy or coil 6 cente In stamps (or one In 0. I. HOOD A CO.. I.owrll, Mass, mi1ni ibis rr", Remember Hood's Sarsaparllla fi America's Greatest Mrdlclnu for the Ill-iil and tbo licit I' ; Monoy Can liny. Hence tale only Hood's. "Op-to'DaW Adtertlilug. An Iowa paper thinks It ought to adopt forthwith the following schcdiiln of Advertising rates: For calling a man it progressive clllren when everybody In town knowa ho Is latlcr than a government mule, 2.75. Referring to a deceased cltli.n as one who will be missed by the com munity when we all know he will only In missed In poker circles. 1,CH. deferring to gallivanting female as nn "estimable youtig lady whom It Is a plinsuro to meet," when every busi n...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 20 January 1899

1 1. WTTVV are policies of 'the Equitable Life As surance preferred to those of any other company? BK0AU8E Equitable policies arc to the intending assurer what Government Bonds are to the investor. BECAUSE the Equitable is the strongest life company in the world, having over $50,000,000 of Surplus .and BECAUSE Surplus not only means financial strength, hut is also the fund from which dividends to poli cyholders arc paid. BECAUSE Dividends to policyholders iim.st be earned be fore they are paid, and during the last ten years the Enuitablc's Surplus earnings have been larger than those of any other company. BECAUSE during the past fhc wan the Equitable has paid each year more than $2,000,000 in divi dends to policyholders. Xo other company can point to such a record. BECAUSE the policies of the Equitable are paid more promptly than those of any other company. AND THEREFORE BECAUSE a man assuring in the Equitable secures a contract backed by the company which is the stronire'-t in the ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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