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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 22 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REfUBLlCAN. e IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPHINCS. A I Vawlcr In preparing In put n new roof on bis house. Ho was on M wy from Marshall lust Saturday with k load of shingles uml as lie us com ing down tin' Mil at tlio rock quarry, the front end gat ntiH) nut of the wagon Mi Al tays that he. nndjicv tn thousand shingles went over on the mules. There wm a lttely runaway. Al oat fortunate enough lo land on n mult lliat had netcr lieen ridden, liut that mi U-lt-r titan II hi- liuil fallen under the wagon. Undid nut enjoy the ride much heller than Ihc mule uml at the first opportunity they dlssnltcd partnership. There a mi damage ilunr, but tin' mad nas shingled lor half a mile. Dri Turn and Illmund Mcl-cnuan amputated Ml I'.llicl Thornton (In. mmr tat 4st 111 il 1 V flHirtllllir. 'I lll'V found It iiecesiary'to iln this In order hj lave ui iiau.1. nni' sioou mc up rralloa Unci) uud Is now running bout a If nothing liuil haprned.Shc expects tu lie In scTinul liy ni-xl neck. The prlu...

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. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Vol.. VIII. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, .MISSOURI. SKIT. '!.. 18tU. no, ni. FLOWER PARADE PREMIUMS SwccptUkci Awarded Mm. W. A Beatly Tlie DcJuly of the Decoration! ot Conteiting Turnout! Mide the Parade a Dazzling Succcit. Thursday wis the IiIr i.iy of Street I'.tir wmle, Hid the crowds that thronged the Mrects doubt less numbered 20.000 visitors not includini! the Mailtn11itctt prolnb'v not on? of whom rem lin ed nt home iimn this nftcrn hi. The evcit of the ilnv was 'he I'lovv. r l'.ir.iilt". tviil tin- nutlet, piti.ntsof its tticeeo .ih a !rnvto c.inl Wen- not cs iRKernteit in tin 1m1 Moreover the .in tioiiiKviuttilH niiit ptoiulses ol ils beauty mil jjreitness wrc more ilim fulfilled in thepiradr which pleased mil dcliKhtel the oiilnnk'M Thursday iftvrnnnii. It was decidedly inCrn. po'i'nu in ipi mm u'.. 'iilv the neatness if w.rfc i'i I n-'i-tie art me. 111 m l dint' '1. imv . v 'I ie u' ihi- lni'1 "I .v Tkm Hishiii 'In' lull' i mil,.. ! On ti nntiwirk if ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knti-it-il lit the l'lutol'lin In Mar-liall, Mo., set-ond-elns mutter, ti:i:ms: rr.i: yi:ah in auvanck. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSII.M.I., MISSOl'HI, SHt'T. 31, i860. MISSOURI GAME LAWS. The following conipllatfon o( the game ntiil fish taws ul the Stnle ns prepared by Secretary of Stnte Lcsnci-r will lie of general interest to tlic hunters ami fishermen of tlic Stater Ikcr. t'nlawlul to'kill nny iloe or ilccr uti iUt one year ol age. Male deer over otic year of age may In1 killed from October 1 till Janu ary I. IlluK Song or iwecllvcrous birds, unlaw ftit to 1:111. Willi turkcs, prnlric thickens, pheasants, iiuil, may he killed from November 1 till Jan nary 1. Wood cock, ilovc, meadow larks, or I'lovcr m.iy Iw killed from August 1 till January 1. Nets trap, (wns or pits for tlic taking cf nlMtvo mentioned game prohibited. Willi thicks may lit killed from October 1 to April 1. Night shixillng prohibited. Fish. Seines, nets ol ti...

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. — 29 September 1899

Till: MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DieJ In New Mexico. J. Kemp IkuniU, ,il ,in yearn, editor of llio S.ve.t spting.. Humid, difd on Smid.iv, Ke;' jili. I8y; nt l.nt Wgtw, New Mexico, after nil lllnen (if Mime vcek with typlioid fever. Mr. Ilurudi ivm at tlie lied side of hii wile, who it veiy ill lit Vejjis. nlu'ti Mticlx-i with the twtilile (over, from .!.' ho died. lilt icmiitu w !l reach thi rit on Prid.ii nml will he iutei i ! in Kidxc I'arl: Cem?try Mt. Ilarmti Icavci a ni If. f..H ir, tnnthci, lhrr litter un.l tline brother-, in tliU city. The nr. Mis IWie. LiuU; llelie. Crm. Wil liam and M .rvin llnrudi r - r Ijr Ptunp. MkM M. Ktheridiv liim .,11 Colli-Rc lllll went out mnirj tllilet in the c-.untry to tli li m:i ..f Mr O D.inald-Min on Mondn iiluti the) weie KoiiiK nfter iiiiIh and In the ooniM'of theiiiorniiiKtlu uiii'oi urn ntel.uli tmmd ovcrn h Mnnd. and the U Ikk-ii. liiii'iiiu the hori.ciua iV.ii fill m;,i im- i in hi'rcflnMti.jdriieth.iu :ra..i it. n, the h'ir-H thc toil: .h'm...

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. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHAL! REPUBLICAN. IK It THE MISTLETOE BALL. In Honor of the Queen tni Maids. Her The elegant bnlt roam o( t lie Mistletoe room was the scene ol n brilliant gathering on Thursday, when about Ijo guests assembled in tesjionHc to very appropriate in vitations sent out by the Club. The dtcorations were of the Car nival colors ami by the light ol many incandescent lamps were most effective. The txccllctit music (mulshed by the Louisiana Orchestra matte dancing an especial delight. The Club have used every means to make thifi ball (iiven in honor of the Queen of the Flower show nuil her maids n success and their fondest expectations must have been rcalitd. Many out of town guests nddid interest to tin' cntcttiilunieltt and and .some beautiful costumes wire worn by the ladies who all liioki-n their best. The Awards of Diby Picmiumi. White and Illuc" and "Dixie", ! after which the Illgginsviltc band i rendered "America," and the Mr was formally opened. The pro Urani of all attraction...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Litcrnrjr frail Mm. Joint Hall was tin- n li able hostess mi .Saturday cicmon to about Qfty of Iter young senile men anil lady friends, who wcti itivitctlto meet Miss lottb.r 'ft 'isp, a charming young socielv Indv of Iloonvlllc, who Is a Jiioc of Dr. Hall. The handsome pirlorH, iltmrakil with palms niiil beautiful cut flow cm, were especially nltinctie. Mm Hnll received lnr ests in a Incoming itnvvti ni w'.ite iliit-. i She was nts'sti- I by M l-'rrcl j (Jlovcr of Paiksillle, Mo.. M'sh Trigg of Hooni'tlte, mid Mr. Josh j Ilarbvc of Kxcclsior- Miss Trlgtt i wore a lovely imih1mii.ii Ion of iink oriraiidie and lace, with maiiv tii'-ks 1 and frill. Mm. Clover, vxlio ul,tir'-111 1,i"4 fnr" better known 11s Ml Hffle Hull ' Nnl,,11' who is If anything more utirtictive than when in htr teen-, opp?nrcd to an advantage in white iiitii. , , ,,. ,,. The prliicijial dlveri-ion of th 1 Mur-uu -u.i Tlni' evening was n litirnty tent. Iv icli j l -! t:i - luj -. r..i,ti....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

T!IH MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I SfPTEMBEk M. & lia iALI 3 3 a 3 4 "i " ' lot. .11. MAGMfKHT HUM OF Mti CiOODS Ail!) SilR FABRICS. 9 -V 3 - Q. ."5 j V '4 ."5 4 I' .11 ll. il! purchases ev' : tin: im -' w i'li ... . 1 i Wr h i ! liw colon. il !ti ',.n' ! ! i '. tii ilu t h'iiicsl .ijrrcjr.Ttion of fall . in i c-t ii-li .iinu.i.t Kspecinllv is this Di' , (i.inr tml i I Ic Icpartmcnts. -ti.tu yt.w.l.-. in iliu new weaves and il.t (M! .-,(. ki lions fV Mil 3 3 US 3 is 3 .s 3 Dress Ginghnms per vnnl .. 71. SJ I". ! .urn .' 1 . 1 1 .(. Host llpron rlirrk-i . liivt rllllro ." ii'lit . Cot toll Itlitui't 'H. 7i. ' m, i.. I -!' (.'oloitil rot tun lliitiii.'l.- " . v . I'-. ;n. I V lia'ii't !im.' i'.- . '( till x.'ii it loiif.' ri-t I i -tt Mil- wr. Fall Underwear Our fall fUn-k ol Mil, . .ihi .'il ClilltlifiM I'li'lt rvoti.-i' t; -I l td v..- lit hoiiii' mhvIuI ;i 1 1 ji-. t. 1 1 . . ..mi. it will In lu yir itiifi-. ' in li. .'.. : l. .-.'h ilii (It'piirliiii-iit iM-l'in'i-y ni tiiaki- j.mi t...

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. — 29 September 1899

THE AVUMUKALL nspwiom I Si i 1 1 II t f ytlll -.1 1 ) II f ijiialltt" .l. ; School Suits Mothers.: look llitoiili mtr Hoys' l)ei.itltnciit for their School Suit. Vou itivcrMw :ticli v.iliic- (or Si V ns we show. Our Sccuner Shoe Is just ihe thiiitf lor hoys tint me hartl oil allocs. Tn .i uir i t if A Wflnl Ahnnt QhnocWu havc cr,nv,K,l m,r L:,,1!os' Sh,,e ' -l f'UIll fiJJUlil JIIUlJ partment with tho celebrated "Queen Quality" Shoes. Tliis is our second season and never a complii'int. All kind;, of Leather" Vici Kid, 1'atent Leather, Hox Calfall shades and shapes. Simple Shoes Again lor Mei'jT (JroM'tl's Drummers Samples. You know what they are, tin- very I'm us t at Olie-third Off. 2M pairs, no two alike. All sizes thi , linn. -hin, 5 .sin i., .r0 -?. shoes f2.S0. Vou never saw such beauties. Made for .-.ample.-. thev are hound to he the hesl. Come before your size U KOlie. JHU OUllj, IUI VUQlj liny ii liainlMiiiie all wool Suit ("I Noliliy 'loi eiuts nt same price. A )otni; nun nm...

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. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY- . MALTA BEND Jn llukvrimt with u painful invl- tit lu.t 1'rMn.i. White uullicrliKf vnni, tin' team it.irtiil ml In irylna to cnu'h Ibc llw.hh font lliil undtr Hit- whirl, which ran upon hl nnklr nml i.lpil IT, badly brutal!! nml nirnlnlni( tin' nuiuW. lie l n-ntliitf ruy mm, but for neural dnyn I uf li ri.il Hi rally. The Irani of .1 II Sltiatt. our irrtilal Knliii'r. Im'ninn frlghtiiHil lal Hat unlay nn.l Martnlliiruu. Viiftald' wire cuttirrd priiiiiln'uiiu-l all out limn. Xo crloui ilnmntrf 1in. A rur load of telephone pol Iwto lrn unloaded lure and Mow loiMf we ran talk with folk In Mailiall. Ihillle, daughter id Mr ami Mm W llrUtnw, illiil Monday. Inlernienl In Malta Hunt Oumtery. 'IWilny. I.auru llrnn lm iinw In fieaivy, Aik.i lo rrmnno her ilnllw n untrue tiir In tlio rlilli-K'" " tlttit pluii'. Mr linma llrluhtnml Kiiinui tlauiHi hate lf n itilto lck. lml at llil" rU Inj iv inueh Improved. Unite n iiiiihI'I' an- inliw lliroiisih hvre. a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 4f O.W. JOHNSTON LSI 1 11 iawjm - niMM kJI I Jfil SuacssortoW.il Hurt. East Side Square. $ I Ji i ; Vf ? '! - to.JJ gj Our to of (ook and HeatiDjj Sieves Has Arrived Samples oil Floor. I P I I Tin, Car wn8 bought So Ion, as this Car Inr -r, :lX;is Mouse lr '-"SS 1 I i,m. .u- -...cited in ,nslh- v"' l" ,n,' I $ o o .,, ... WfiiSSH Suit.. r $?2.5U I . (I..,- C'.o .-.i. -lv.rlli.KH 'fjfte M g .., ;,. -c. ia.la.ul, SL Sanu- , on hit-l.cr i . . coiiWe Guar ,,Ut'1 ':"s' ,'oM,,,K I $ anicfc. tl... i-iu-iip tV' W W Beds, Side boards and j . v, M .1.. tl,, VX.4 $ I a- M Received k d Load of furniture a; ! if; l& Vi , -. M W rf' -'iiSi1t Douuhl from Luce Furniture Co.; "d l 1$ $ I; n M c,i,uul R:i',i(k Mlch- ,asl Jf,,u,n,T. j$ V? ' ! M! f Consisting of Suits, Sideboards and ufri, . . "5' JHi $ !. Jf the Celebrated Welch Folding lied. B:! k VlWf$ I . . (all and Sec Us 1 -iUljM i ? tl. w junwiuri. I

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. f VVVyVVT'TVVTWTTTVfVTVVTVf Y?W? V 1 w E C o M E THvi-iy Man, Woman and Chid far and near arc invited to visit our store during Street Fair Veer:, and we will take pleasure in showing you through our entire stock of floods, where you will I nd the Best and Cheapest line of Pry (loods, Cloth ing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Notions and all kinds of Furnishings at prices that sh ime competition I '"very item sold in this store is guaranteed to he as reorescntt-il Your for low prices. Northeast Corner Sipiaa. A'. I. PARMB1? Ml.. LOCAL IN BRIEF Ji-nnlo namlMzn I- lltln' ut li. v J Cruwfi.r.1 nf l'ar.on.. Kun. i..-. vi .1. ..... tlw !-wmnr' i.mVn th. iik. H. i. t;urt.i--rul dm. t!il k ..-I.... ... t. ... .... Horn ! Mr 1 1 Mt . "V N WIImmi I U. I'..h.i-uml Ml., ill. iwi,,.,. nl Mr I S Nnriljki' on Wv.i Arm ' hi. Immiu. si...Hh...., ...i put Siinduv nt Uxrr. 1 S1, Hi lilirh iinnl. llrrk.lilrr litij. in lllnmiiiula, illniuoml., I. autlful 1 N.-ti km- ul 11 unml ric...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL NEWS. MUk Iiul-cTrlirt'. "I lluiiiivllli'itltu Ifueat of Mr .IiiIiii Hall, pent nevcral day with MU I'ninixH Wood and -Imred her phaeton In the I'lower pn ruli'. (J 1) Newton nl Sunday alHIaler; he returned on Muuday accompanied by till wife, anil children, who had been pemllni; the week At HUliT, with Itvr A It t'arrla and family. A letter fioin Mr J M l'allcr-un am Mla Maudu, from ImllanapolN, where. riiCjr I'Ultc.l J W and (I M I'at ttrcun latt week, aay they will pnd the winter at Aahtlllv, North Caroli na. tu lour htiull around tliu buare, that i liccnmltii.' more attractive each day. iluut (all tu ee Ito-i- V lluek uvr'a handfuiim I my. which I- Mic Tnwulnir frnturc of their handanniv window. A wreck occurred on the f A A near limn Valley mi Saturday moriilng uauicU hy the freight trulti" runulni lntu each other, no llca lt. Thu tiattbuuud iiuntcngtr train Han tic laytil nuiue 3 houra. J I' llcrrliib'tou. oho uuu o( the committee fur the Bed a 1 ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MARSHAlL REPUBLICAN. t 1 W 1 iktojjjOj f urn WjUWtlil lown lUrltsl. Wo hMi anil l. llirrv On. anni n ft ME NEW YORK STORE We It. 'Hi- tuer before hail elicit a large, Well-Aborted Stock of Xew Fresh Merchandise, bought right an.l u- will right. Wemember our motto, "llvt fjtinlity for l'riee. We have S S Dress Goods- Hire i wliui t'. ...'iv,! i f ntt i ti-tcm trip is -liou-it I mini in in iti in- : . Hire weaves in tlie jiopu'nr Ohevi'i iul C ra.-i- It ur effeiis silk mixture phtil backs. The only w,i) to get .. ( lit i,i'-n of what we have K to took throuftli otir line. We have oin.' excellent alms in IIIjcU Goods in all the New weaves. In Silki never had tu-si prctl line of wait patterns the Vir )'. t thing 1 1 fmniil anywhere. Skirting Flannels We me showing a lull line of skirting flannels, iu plain 1'l.ntmt. it white. i. . .imI re I, we are offering Mtnt b.ir U u n- Keincmlier v e nr. llic I. lien riuI sit warp ibnncW Our lull winter .wk nl Cotton I'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

Till: MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft i , , I Headache I. c-ften a warnlne Mut II 11m I; ii.n.1.1 t.r In- ire M miImw In-tiMd may ' rrt-i4tit curt low I or a pri-inpi, ' ll('llllll" an.1 oil llr troni'iej. uw Hood's Pillm full, rr-wlar l-n of U t"H. Ilitr do 11 nil' Win. ,wt Irrktmeurlnnji'irtlM- Inli-rnM orfani. at all ilrtir''- f lr mall of C. I. lloul A Co., Lowell, V , .,., . ,1 The Greal FroidcntuI CJmpiRn ot IvOu , 1 Till' polli-le 01 me 1:11111 -oimi-ul I l.nrlle. nir lion In inu foriiuil tin-! ..nMi.lWk .llMiia.l. Til,' Colli llfl tin 0ilf a r.vnntiM lit ballot at tl.e npliroarliln l'rfllilitlnl ilifon will proliabh ilivlil (In )olly of I nation for iIm' ml ilvaili. Ilui-yt iiiiit.ui inn.! imit ini tfirni (iiii-ttiifHii i .1.. . . J. ... ... .if. :..f.. 1, . 1-..... St. i . r .1 . ..'.1 .1 rhU fnii onl.i l ilonn tlirotifli Hi. !l,-',0r ",!!. ". . .. ! , Mtn-tlm.. itHiifoi.-. ''" .' '.r '"' "" i?ni, 'i i ti nhr win r ol.tlilliuol.'. Tlif S.tal-W..kl ltiil.ll. hiii-k tin tvlioli lt"li...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "Hon . . r. J.. T'tce Is r'i ' ' h:v;. , I . 1 . I f u r. i'i . i n- : . H .ill. . Coincidental. Hum. I" Hi" wlfnf V. A. IIiiihii, lit SUtiT, u ilnittfhlrr. tn tin ttlfn nt John limn M, nl Minn, limn, u i-iin, Thr ynunsr liinlliir tiro ltrii. - tin' fnrnifrHa Ml" Muiulc Suiim anil thr Im I it Ml" Anna Sure" mnl m.'ir 1I11I linilh.r-, an. I iln-lr Hint linin Hindi- thi'lr arrival on thl ruitli on llif aaino tin)' Sattiriliiy. Si'pti'inlrr W. Wi' trust tlu Utile iinvn ulll ittiiu up to In' an In iiior u'ul jn.i to thi' Lfnrl nl tin lr pint lit. I',xi'h:ui.:i'. 2C0 COIN QOLI) niVr.N rOR SF.LTi JNU Th Lift iiuil Ik ttiMnf !)- Lv A M U.w.j, Uid. Iiiim'.i' mill CDml'.il tf tut. AiilliU l'. I'sinrr. Tlir liitf-mtliiiml ,', A Hook t'linipnnr nl Hnlltinnti'. Mil.. uft"i'r 1 3M.W to mir ntif lllnif Id iniilra nl tlil ImkiW in tluu' mi. nlli-. (ii-int f t m-IIIiik IiiiiiL nfli inl In tlii' AiiH'i l mil pulilli' In ti n juim. Tlil I tlii' unit itiithiiriml. mill i'iiihi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 29 September 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tnun iirnoisM. Men Uli m llwl llrfnrr All OltitM rr In lie Hint. When men alio have once tmly caatkt the pir" of Carltt. how ilg tally (ted hi ideated tblr Uhori! Think c( 8'. I ami with hit tlnfl arm kindling from J.rnaAteio to Aalloch Bil fron i:pliran to Home tlic beacon titbit n! Ckrleilaa truth. How much fearer ouM ih world and ih" ihuroti tav Uen If ibr Hon-hrartrt Eliot had aerer apcnt til life In praniM lc tba North Amrrlia.i In.llant. If Hon. face had nun bratr I tl-.e dange. i t'. - Or al a forr:- if ?trrden bad n'tir fill ed to Nv Xcaiatd. nor c-"tv to O.tl caste r .: w 'lawn to Polyneela! tto'. oti' .1,1 tt beathen r."d the for tfjn m'Mlri hut h 'hti-i-h t home r"l '.in. far eft r si! tit true nilntlonat.. . th n il-i ilatilr. -'.f-i."iii'laji u :. Goirel In 1r'w ronii lan l. ' lift ho nnl .ireat n ' l and wife and children far the ui of Ood'i ukr l about thr hi ' . nil- 1:., rf '.n.tb l n role character a 'nada n ih ui tilnar t : !' rl I - 'w ' ...

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. — 6 October 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VI. VII t. MAHSHAl.l,, S A LINK COUNTY, MISSOURI, OCT. aw. NO. Circuit Court. W T White vs unknown heirs ol Mary A f lett, dec. quiet title; I. W Scott elected spec I judge to try case m Jonathan Simmons vs Rufus 15 Holmes ctnl, gfuiltyj proof of publication filed, 3 Madison Williams v.s Mary Ferguson, parti Jon; cont'd generally. J C Q McGlnuis vs unknown heirs of W II JHmmons et al, quiet title; deft given until Jan r5lli to file answer. jgj Isabella Moffatt vs Charles Marshall et nl, quiet title; deft given until Oct oth to answer, jvfjohu W Wooluuis et nl vk Charles W Wool tafcis, quiet title; pi IT fillej proof of publication. !t t I o...- .... rstitl..... ........ ti,..l. mages; cont'd by consent- Sarah M Green vs the City of Marshall, dam Iges; dismissed for want of prosecution. Mary Ferguson vk Madison William, dam ;e.i; cont'd generally b consent. ;Gcorge Cicrkin vs W A II McKinticy et nl, tfectment; cont'd nt cost of plff. K W McClelland vJ Robert ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 October 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. jHE wete distinctly orderly.. The iw arrest nude PRIMARIES VERSUS CONVENTIONS. it i nin 1 1 1 nrnnni ir v testify uot only to the 'vigilau.-c of o&cU iu MARSlIALL RfcrUDLILAi. suppressing all vice and the eSorts of the t-'air The agitation that bis been precipitated up. association la allowing only clean attraction 'n tlie IXmocracy of this state as to the advisa- i',,-., ...i.p...i..a iaMnr.halL Mo. a. within the city, but to the high standard of bility ol adopting primaries In prefereBce to Kotmd ,Ju,ta'1 wh-t is right aod proper, held bv the people convention,, by some of the shrewdest of the . of Siline. Kuf5at,ini never shows itelf even patty leaders such as Cook, Clark and Stone, 1 in crowds, where the' moral tone o! the pco- hao much of the rush and gash attached to TOtMM.co I'KIt YKAlt !.s AinA.NU- snfficitntly high; and of thi trait, the it advent, that many refuse to take the situa - - - - pieof ihi county bare the riRht of self ron- tiotuciion...

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. — 6 October 1899

THB MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ttitt Brdcriiig County News, if STREET PAIR ECHOES. Marshall's ftrcct lair it thawing big crowds and is iiroviiiR n decided success The Index J.ai'Avutti: as to HKt.MAKiiM. s u., nm; li;ks c.uuiit cougr.uul itci the comity cit on her enterprise Since the last Democratic primary llbhy. Thr. e o..K mm. wlmnivc tvery evidence '" ' '' T,Mlay the llower parade will ctte County, there has been gum-nig sent). , ,., 1urit.)lei, ,,,,,,. wwttwlllj , ,hc lake llci and promises to beautiful sight in ment m favor ol a county convention at which ,, ,)f Jolm Ml,)tt, J;lcU sllllH ,, jll0, Kl,, dcd. A big crowd from all over hall.ic and to nominate the candidates fnr'ocr.1 offie , n.l wct,. ..,.., , Mobeth la ,m.U aml laler la. ndjom.ng eoun'-.cs will attend to day.-Malcr to these advocates of a cunwiitio.t, w ho have ken lcl.Mo liyc-lo and thc.c jailed to await '" noticed the disrupting tendency of a pronary, . lnrKH uilH haviiiK hr -ken ou thes1fe Wc lack space and time to...

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. — 6 October 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 Uf n 4 Chautauqua Reception The Alpha C. I.. S. C. gave a pretty reception to the Aris.tottli.in Chautauqua circle on Thursday af ternoon, from i to 6, .it the home of Mrs. F.mily Black on Highland. Both circles were well represented and during the afternoon the advis ability of organizing a Urge literary club was discussed, which would embrace both of the Chautauqua circles. The pleasant home of Mrs lil.ick which is always teeming with such an air of comfort and good cheer, was beautiful with its decoriition of golden rod. The dining room was trimmed with ferns and a tall vase of beautiful tea ros:s, tint re fleeted their blushing faces in tbe pretty mirror, adorned the ct. tit. r of the table, making a hand'onie center piece for this attractive room. Some very fine music hot I in strumental and vocal was given 1 Mcsdames Gits Mayer, Iidgar Place, V'anstoue and Mary Harvey; and to say that it was an cujii) able feature of the evening would liu ex pressing...

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