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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THK MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. O. W. JOHNSTON Hardware and Furniture, No. 16 East Side Square. "98 (I l t, i 5 MERIT IS THE TRADE MARK OF SUCESS. YAIUE IS THE ONLY TRUE TEST Of (AEAPNESS. Goods Rightly Bought are Half Sold. The Americans arc called ''The Rocking Chair people" That's all right; nothing knocks out that tired feeling like a good comfortable Rocking Chair. VVc have some Beauties. Full of comfort and restfulness. Full line of Furniture, Stoves, Hardware and Tinware. Call on us, we would be pleased to show you through. No. 10 Knot Slilu Sijiuue. ... iai ikiatm Mnrnlinll, Mlwourl. O. W. JOHNSTON. (l '( 000400000000000HO00400040040f0000 0404 O LOCAL NEWS. Ml l.lnule Monlanne ha returned from Montana, where he nt u pleanunt nummcr, Mr lllanehe Sentun, of liulluuupo II', will vl.lt her.Uler, Mm Donehoo norau time. In the near liilmv. Ml.e Luttlv Armentrout anil May Hupp left S.turday (nr Mexleo, where they will intend Hardin Cnllei.'C. I). V. Morrl., n( (irortfetown, Ky the ifiie.t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. -w'ea.-3keawe&eie'a'?6-av0a.c'ear A Cordial Welcome ! To the people visiting Marshall Uuting tbc Street lfait, we extend acordial welcome to vi-.lt our store and inspect our mammoth stock. To show you that we iutcncl to treat you fairly we will oiler you 10 per cent off on every article in our crockery department. It is a well known fact lint we carry the largest aiotlmcut o! this line of goods in the County. Our price-, have always been a little tinder every body's else and then think ol it. wc offer you to percent 00 on every article in our queens ware Mock. This applies to Fair week only. so please don't ak for it before or after the fair as we shall certainty have to refuse ou. Marshall's fair is to be the largest, cleanest and most fairly conducted in the State and we feel no hesitancy in recommending it to )ou. Come and bring all your family for it is free as the air you breathe, and when you want an) thing in our line call on us and ur clerks will...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THECOUNTY MALTA BEND Joint Morltr. Iiim ImiukIiI I In- liiueher nhiip and will hrrrnfter l..neont meat In u liutit'rj- people. Hurry I.unlieek la elvleil liiiini' from Mtlilplil". Trim., nil IVIiluy nltfht. A irlatUi- nf tin- l.unUvk f nm 1 1 from Coliimlim, Ohio, li here vllllnir Until. MIk Mar' J Snllur 1. In Si. .mil. IniyliiK her winter Mock of inllllm-ry. Several tiling men "III mim lenie here for u winter' work In e.illei'e. The prnlrnetcd nititliiu; nt lli ('hrl.tlmi I'limvli mill enntlnuiK, II. M. Joliiimni i rturiii tl luhl liiinn In Klrk.illle, In-I Haturilnt. llrilxTl WINnn linn mnviil Intu li. own hoiiftt1 on Knt Auuei Kl M Walker I it Ju.t nt new ulnil mill on n alsty fl. timer. Ilniiltitli Kiitliaiijth of ( '111 rollton In vUltltii; frlemlK lien'. I'otil rultlnir mill wheal rowing are pnnjivaaliu lileel, Mr. Ilriiil-hiiw ofoklalioiiiu, llniv lilltiK reUtliim .Iiillii WIIkiiii, of W n vil wiik ilimn U'e.ltie.iluy. I). M. IValer l looklin; for...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DOMB i One Do Tt! tlx tory. When your head "Cschw. rJ jrinj tfrl bllkiul, tonitl and out ol turn, with yuar 4itjma.b wur and m appetite, al ft buj m packac t-J Hood' Pill And take a iIom, from I to t pllli. Ton nlll tx imprlml at huw eailly Ihrv will ilii Ihnlr work, rare Tour heviafbe and MlkjutneM, roan Ibe A llfif an.l mat yini lPTT (run. dKltnll. BolJliallliirdklnadealeri. 5ir.il pox it Paris. At Mondnt nlijht'n nennlon nl the rlty council, iihiii the recommends- tlun ot Ma) or Waller, tin- council ap pointed a nmimlttr to airaiiirc lor iini one tn vl.lt I'nrl anil n-ccrtaln If smallpox prevalent there. Hie committee nelcctiil Dr. N'. M. Hakrt, who went down yctrrda) ami learned that there cil.tn tun- ireuutnc rate ol the dread illrrune and two nr threo othT u.pl.'liiin cnc.. willed In all probahlliy will prove In ! the real art He. Moln-rly Hill, fur the protec tlon nl our inmphviuaraiilln airaln.t l'arl, atonrc. Mobcrly Democrat. A Narrow Escape. .Than...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "The 'Best is the Cheapest. Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest, goo J food gives best nutrition, and a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the best medi cine money can buy, because it cures when all others fall. Poor HeMh "IhJ ptvr ht.thh for ytits, p4ins fti thtmlJtn, tjtch jrj hips, tuilh contUnt htidicht. nmmtntti ind no iprl,tt. Vud .'oafs SimpirlU, filntd ttttngth ni tin wk hitd Mt dtyi nt htirtity tnd tlttp vitB. I took It Ucmtt it htlptJ nv Iwtbind to tvhoni it gtvt itrtngth." Mrt, , Glfftti. Heoit Lit, Minn. . a't llllM.ealmr ill., tht iwn IrrUtlloc i fT MlVaHk- I. i.tt llhll.'.4f JuTKiSTIIIC Wabash Rates. SI liula Kjxi.tlon Sept lltli l' (Vt Hlh. cheap rate via lhcVnhnli It It fur the nhovc nee nalnii. 1'or f 1 1 tluT Information nppl) In ncarct llrk. t niri-nt, II I! Wutta, I' .V T Ant, oMIa'rly, Mil. Excursion Rates Via Wabssh R. R. I'llk'rlnmt'i' I'll) pile Mn-nin. Den Cr,('ol...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 15 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CAPABLE MOTHERHOOD AOAl'AIU.r. mother must be a healthy mother. The cxpericncrof maternity should not be approach til without careful physical preparation. Correct ami practical counsel is what the expectant anil would be mother needs and thlscounsel she can secure without cost by writing to .Mrs. I'inmiam at l.ynn, Mass. Mrs. Cora Gilson, Yates. Manistee Co., Mich., writes: "DrAR Mrs. Pinkiiam Two years ago t began having such dull, heavy, drag, ging pains in my back, menses were pro (use and painful and was troubled with leucorrhfca. I took patent medicines and consulted a physician, but received no benefit and could not become pregnant """-"i "Seci ig otic of yom Books, I wrote to you telling you ifl my ttouiilcs Jinl asking lor advice. You on swered ni) letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully, and derived much Dene-fit that I cannot praise Lydt.i I. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound enough I now find myself pregnant and have begun its "use '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

I : THE I Marshall republican. 1 Vol,. VIII. MARSHALL. SALIN'H COUNTY, MISSOURI. HKVV. 18MI. so. .13. MISS CORDELL CHOSEN. Flower Queen it Elected, Receiving 661 Votes. Contett Not at Exciting at Anticipated. Miss Knllicrinc Cordell, cue of Marshall's most nttractivc and popular young Indies, as has Intcly liccn proven In her selection as flow er quctn.was' e'ictcd by a vote ol 66 1 Her clot ist rival wan Ml Lcta Hancock, ol Ml. Leon ard, with J9 to licr credit, while Mivi Clara Irvine, of Fairville, proved a good tlilrd with r45. These at lent are the returns, that have li.-cn uvcived up to Friday morning, mid it Is not cxKCtcl tl at an lliItiK received from other parts of the county will materially change the figures ns to the leading candidate. The pro liahlc Maids of Honor arc Slum Hancock, of Ml.' Leonard; Irvine, of l'alrvlllc; Murrell, of N'apton; Martin, ol Arrow Kock; Houston, of Malta Haul; Larue Campbell and I-'anuie Fran cisco, of Marshall; Mattic Richardson, of Gil liam...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. r.i.T" mi... THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kiitcml st the I'tMtofflcf III Marshall, Mo., as Mvoml-elass matter. TKHMS: I.f l'KIl YBAIt IN" ADVAKt-'K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MMSOI'KI, SRI'T. 11, i860. NEXT WEEK FAIR WEEK. The cm! of this week brings us close upon tlie heels of our fast attempt at "Hall Festivi ties" or Carnival Week, a it may very proper ly lie termed. Yd the proximity of the event ii not sufficient to foretell all that is to happen, upon the most memorable week In Marshall's history. The utimlicr of attraction, lhc beau ty of the haudsomc equipages that arc to con stitute the flower patadc, the intracacics of ar rangement for each day's enlcrtslnmeut will only be told a the week passes and success tri umphs the efforts of those who have worked zealously for the fair. Then it will be record ed and told afterwards. Marshall nt this time, wishes most to cordi ally Invite the good people of Saline and stir rounding country, to attend th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COOPER. Dl'.WlTT C. WlNtt Aft KlllTOK. Bordering County New, o-'.t, CARROLL l,ouS every .lay. They kepi . shaip lookout , Wllt C. Wing arrived in this city Mond.y . : ' . ' , , ..n i i h., from Dcs Moines, Iowa, where tie has been So many burglaries bave occurred In Carroll lady modestly raised her skills and showed the e"PtoJ " P' agricultural . 1 1 . .1 . .1 t i. i ii. 1 1 i i ii i'.. i .1 t. i . i. journal office for n lew months. He left last lull ui imc. iii.iv mc iciuuiiui ivcn na leii'ma ui3.iiiii.-u iiicuiui-i i lie imit man iuukh uk iv this timely caution: and said: "That certainly Is quite serious." Look before you shoot. The Democrat can- "Weill" said she what shall I do?" "If I were tious its readers thus because our citizens have you," he answered, "I would send for n physl- almost been In the hands of burglars for two clan; I mil a piano tuner." weeks. The, visits ol these prowltr have been almost nightly and nearly every cltlcn is sleep- Thoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brilliant Reception. A beautiful reception was glieti by Miss Gtcrglau Fletcher on Tuesday evening, in honnr ol licr guests (rum tlic south, Misses Bouen atitl Millsaps. This beautiful liotue in tvliicb elegance mid comfort is cliariiit nj;l j Combincd, wan exquisitely decorat- eJ far tlic occasion, which was one of beauty and pleasure. The gucsls. upon llieir arrival were received by Mr. and Mm Fletcher in the reception hall mid lifter repairing to the dressing room, they wcie invited to the prior, where they were rrceived b Misses Fletcher, lioucn and MilU.it. M lf. &ojcr, Thiodon- Majtr and Cliff It. Goodwin, who made :i dis tinguished looking parly indeed After the greetings were over, the guests were inhered Into the back parlor, that had been beautified with iti decorations of golden rod and aspu.-igm, winch were bitiked atone en I of th Mom, the ai r agus being effectively drap.il over tlic Ioiij Irvneli window, miking an artistic hukgruuud fur th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL ftENJBtfCAW t c A Word About Shoes We have crowned our Ladies' Shoe De- 5 partment with the celebrated "Queen j Quality" Shoes. This is our second season and never a complaint All j kinds of Leather Vici Kid, Patent Leather, Hox Calf all shades and shapes. J T V llltl1 llll ii'll the "tjlleiil llllht, " l.l. r r T , Hurry Up. Again we have pur- t hased the entire line of Lewis A. i Uroi-ett's Drummers Samples. You know what they are, the xery finest at One-third Off. 250 pairs, no two alike. All sizes thi.; time. o shoes, $5 J 5 shoes,?.V.r0 ?4 shoes 2.5. You uexer saw such hi'nuties. Made for samples thev are hound to he the ln-st. Come before your Sample Shoes Ap for Men": si.v is gone. J -St. 1 9 9 Mitt $10 Suits, lop (oats bu a handsome nil wool Suit foi 7..v' Nobby Top coats nl same pi Ice. A mniK nun until have u light Top Coal to l-c iIicsm-iI tight. The tnt.c w.in win it the pi Ice was loo high, hut now how iliffcrcnt. Mothers: look through our llo)s' lHp.ittnuu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

9 I SEPTEMBER SALE Of NEW FALL GOODS. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i 3 a MAdMfKEAT EXHIBIT Of DRESS GOODS AND SILK FABRICS. We are now in the field with the choicest aggregation of fall purchases ever shown in our establishment. Especially is this the case with regard to our Dress Goods and Silk Departments. We have all of the up-to-date goods in all the new weaves and colorings for you to make your selections from. Dress Ginghams lH?r ynnl 5, "J, 81, 10, lfi nml 20 vuiitK. llest apron checks .1 cents. Hunt calico .1 cents. Cotton flannel n, "J, si, 10 nml l'.'i. Colored cotton llannels itr. 8J, 10, and 12 J. We haven't time or space to give you a long jirlco lift this week. Fall Underwear Our fall stock of Mum, Ladies nml Children I'nderwear Ik very strong and we have some special values to" show you. It will lw to your Interest to look through this duiiartincnt before you make your fall purchase. Shoes for All Our hoot and shoe department Isehuek cd full of good values for you and we ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Baptist District Meeting Vice-Prc-ldcMs, Mi-il uiki Win Putsch, Nl.ia Mitchell, Dr. Mary I The Saline ilaptlst District As- MniiMir ami Mrs. llcssic Wharton, soclallon, met with the First Map- Appointed flower and visiting list church in Marshall, Mo., on .committee; Mrs. J. 0, Speck, Thursday of last week, and con- Mrs. Reuben Kubaitk, Misses Mar tlnucd In session until Saturday af-' t1!t m!sau and Katrine Putsch, ternoon. Kvatigellslic department, Mrs R. Quite a number of delegates were. S. Sandldgc aud Kcubcn Iiubauk; present from the different Ilaptlst ; i,0yal .Temperance Legion, Mrs. churches In the county, and a few, Hester Miller; Literature, Mrs. from Cooper and Pettis counties. ' Hester Miller, Miss Minnie Putsch. Quite a good feeling prevailed, and t Committees for other depart unanimity was a marked feature of mcnts will be appointed at next me occasion, 1101 only in sctuimcm inccuug 01 me union. aud Red, White and Blue. Entertained. belief, but ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

I? ft to 3 ' ft 3 3 ft ft 3 s -2 to 3 ft ft to to is 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 --a to to 3 3 ft ft 3 to to .-is to ft 3 i OUR NEW BUILDING, I o show you .. uceuruuuui ever snown under one roof in Central Missouri Our immense, -tore with sixteen thousand square feet of . . nuu" i i . . I 1. .... We liail intended to give you a full account .of all the (Joods wo have to show you anil tin; price we will sell them at in this add. But wi; can't do it as it will take all our time this week to Move t&is Large Stock ami mark up the new goods and Im- -ready for you liy Saturday. So can wily touch on a few sptvi al lines that wewaut you to know am ready for y it will JiiMt Thoroughly Complete Line of Men's, Boy's. Women's and Children's Underwear We could buy in die Markets. K-lHvially. we want you to .-ee oar new line of Men's, Boys' and dttiilren's Ready to-wear (iotliing. This department we have load ed up to one of the very best in the. city and we intend to sell you first class clothing cheaper ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. iTTtTTtTTTtTTTTtTtTTTTTT "t iiiinutiii i iiiiiiiiiiv w E L C O M E 5 Tverv Man, Woman and Child far and near arc invited to visit our store during Street Fair Week, and we will take pleasure in showing you through our entire stock of Goods, where you will find the Best and Cheapest line of Dry Goods, Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Notions and all kinds of Furnishings at prices that shame competition. Every item sold in this store is guaranteed to he as represented. Yours for low prices Northeast Corner Square. M. JC FARM BR LOCAL IN BRIEF. Ollff II. fiondnlu rnl Sunday In the city. Mli May Northiru apent.Monday In Knrna City. Mri. II. I'- I Smith hna la-rii u,iiltc lok fur oine dnya. Janice) Woodlirldifc rt turned Sun day from Kaua.ia City. Mri. Ilolli." Ilakcr ot Ml. Imard pent Hundoy In Mnrahall. Tho la'at celery unit ojatcia con- atantly on Imiiil at l.omiil. . 2w Mr. Win. Durrctl la iiltu -l.-k nt hep homnoti South Jefferson Ave. Horn of Marahnll...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. (). W. JOHNSTON Hardware and Furniture, No. 16 East Side Square. Goods Rightly Bought are Heilf Solcl. MERIT IS THE TRADE MARK OF SUCCESS. VALUE IS THE ONLY TRUE TEST OF CHEAPNESS. 8 You ;iro cordially invited to witness the Marriage in our Show Window on Saturday Afternoon, Sept. 30th, at 2 P. M., of J. 1C. 11. Jarvis and Miss Lillic Hrummet. ft 1 I $ a I n; Wv.vwniiv.i'a' 'aHf .r-. The Americans arc called 'Thc Rocking Chair 0le" That's all right; nothing knocks out that tired feeling like a good comfortable Rocking Cnair. We have some Beauties. P Full of comfort and rcstfulness. Full line of Furniture, Stoves, Hardware and Tinware. Call on us, we would be pleased to show you through. I Jfimn'- O. W. JOHNSTON. r LOCAL NEWS. Ml.. Iluhlne Allen hu taken ioum with Mr. Win. Durrrtl. on Hoiilh' JVlOrion Aw. Mm. Fred Mover of Kiiu.n. lt wn h Clio. I n( Dr. John II. Hull ml wife Ihl. wifk. Mr.. II. I. Amcni ami Mr.. II. T. Winn Ion have iiturmil (mm i tl.lt In IC...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE NEW YORK STORE 8 t n Wo have never ln-forc had uck a lare, Wcll-Asaorted Stock of New Fresh Merchandise, bought right ami we will sell right. Rcmemhcr our motto, "Host Quality for Price. We have Dress Goods- Here is uhcrc the advantage of an r.-Htcrtt trip is shown plainer than anywhere else. Kntc weaves in the popular Cheviots and Camel's Hair effects silk mixture plaid backs. The only way to Ret n fair idea of what we have I to look through our line. Wo have some excellent value in Hlack Goods In all the new weaves. In Silks. We never had such n pretty lllnc of waist patterns the - very swcllest things to he found nuywhere, n Skirting Flannels - We arc showing a full line of skirting llannels, in plain l'lannels, in white, gray and red, we arc offering some bar . gains. Kcnicmbc-r we carry the linen and silk warp flannels. 0 Our full winter .stock of Cotton I'latiucls, and nil styles f of new I'lccccd Goods, for wrappers and tea-jackets. Ask to ft see ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. irr'T-TTIIIYiWMJtJYIWWfTTYT TTItrWTTTTV Y1M T V TTMMVTTIf TUUlfTIIIUUVlllIIUQf IIVVTZinrikV THE NEW YORK STORE'S 1 Fall Opening in the Choicest Offerings of the Season Makes a brilliant showing Each anil every dc- 2 partmcnt has reached that completeness of detail so essential to satisfy your every want 3 Specials In Towels 30 doz. extra large size Ij.itli towrK worth 20c, for i.'c. A btg lot of large heavy duck towels, In both fringed and plain, wottli 18 to 20c, for I2jjc- 38 do., towels, assorted 1l.1m.iHlc and huck, any of the lot a bar Rain at 30c we offer at 25. NAPKINS: 18 dm, large heavy 22 in, all linen unbleached table nap kins, our regular $2 grade for $1.5,0. t.1 doz- all linen blenched table napkins worth 51.75; our price JS1.25 We have bought for this Mock in large u,uauitics and this enables us to offer such good values. Fall Sale of Table Linens: Kxtra width half bleached nll-lincn table linen regular 70c quality, for 55c. l'ull two yards wli...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Headache It Oftrn wirnln tint Ibo llrrr It torpid ef liutilie. Hon trrlwit truualct mtr follow tumiiit. rlUcknt cure il llwdatta- vi all Uf if Iroalikt, take Hood's Pills WM1 they route tb liter, rrtora full, rrtular action vl lit! I.il, hey do nM trtf ot lain, ! not Irritate or Inflame the Internal orctni, tut hate a poiltlve tonic enact. 25c t U ilrucrlitt or hj mll C 1. Hoval 4 Co, luwell, Matt. Sam Green Robbed. Baf bloiici i atol John Moore't toola from Hi" rnllrn.nl mm hou-o tt (irand Pan W1ihkJii nl.-lil and broke Into Nam (Irivnc'e "tor' and cracked lilt ante, thetlimrliclnir lilon entirely itff Hi lilnjrca. The -rai'k mvn huui-hI mhii" ' In rih and alio took wu-rnl clnvka on local lianko. Neither the toola. aufe. tlraiura or tlm'ka hud Im'ii found At time of iroloir l'i prim. Neither hat) we heard whether It wai mppoietl lo lie local or forelirn tali'iit th.'i' il 11 the Job. .Malta liernl iy,il Vive. Bitnurk't Iron Nerve Wax the ii-ult of hi' fii1o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "It Is an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good. ' ' That small ache or pain or weakness Is the "ill wind" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Then your whole body receives good, for the purified blood goes tingling to every organ. It is the great remedy for all ages and both sexes. Dyspepsia - " Omrlialed villi Irver nj k.dr.ty trouble. I lufftreJ for yenrt from dyMfepiU. -with tevtre fJi'u. AW i SiruFtrili tmit me itror.g tnj htirty." J. B. Emerlon, Auburn. Me. tt4' -Jll,rtllt.rlll,ll, lMNiJrrfullfn4 If rlhHU ti UW lh H'trt'l MiMnMlir. During the Fjir. A srsvlnl dully I mill will In.' run from (Xli'Mii In Mnriduill during lln Hlrtrt Klr, tin- return Irnln li'nv Inu Man-hall nt 10 p in. Ami lo nil IKilntn within "i mill' of Mnr.lmll, ntrs nf om unJ onr-third fnir will N nimlr. TELEPHONE WAR Cdii OoDiiderU Piiullifictlon with Pillm Count Telepfcoue Sulwrlliti TV School llnartl nkrd llic Ti'l-phoin- ('...

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