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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VIII. MARSHALL, SALIXI COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOV. a.. 18IW. no. 38. LIVE STOCK WORLD. Kobert Wright, of Mt. Leonard, hnti 59 hcnd of i.tfii-lb steers, xvlilcli -old for Wi..v in Chi cago Monday. J, M. Robert, (if Mat-hall, markctiil :i Itmd nf 3i') wund butcher hogs in St. I.oui. Friday vliicli -old :t 1.35 t l'hitli Kclm. At tin- Clay sale of Short horns in Kaunas City this week, M. Mar-hall of lllaekwntcr purchased a cow, 'r!ucc Royal for 105. The 1.1-t two days of tin- llcrcfonl nle in K.msis City confirmed this gathctiug of one breed, as perhaps tin- greatest iw itiiisei I.ogan II. Chapell, thcwclt known owner of tin-1 lolly riHMl herd, mM a Lull Dint-tor lre Ho)at Ilc-ind, dam Dilemma's llcntily. to n lkmer stockman for f ir. ami cow llenuty Sur, site German, tlam Dilemma's Ilenuly for JjjsloS. I.. StanilMi, Ilium-, Mo. it. 1'. Rjitic- purchased .1 linll. Judge Ileslod, ire Jury m.in : il.uil Myra. of Mnkin llto., Lees .Summit, l'or?if5. II. I). AilMoii. of...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. .j 8 If.v. I' ireklugtMiftit nAiidiiy. THE .MARSHALL RFimiCAflL l-.iii.-n-it iitll u l'nstollii- iii Miirdialt. Mo.. n Ml-nllll-rlnsl" trUlller. , Tl.li.MSi il.lm PKU VKAII IS AUVAN'i'li state is tlu best Card tlic Ucpubliciils tioltl and ft telling tixm many a silver man, weak In tlic fallli. who is at prcenl satisfied with indu-tri-nl mid trade conditions. Iowa, l'ltitisylvunl.i.and Massachusetts arc in as liltlo doubt as If tlic ikclinn wtie past, wit li majorities ti )iop- somewhat itducid by rca win of tliedcercHc-l vote of .in nil year election. FEUCf H. VAN OYKt, Ed,tf. MAKSIt.U.t,, MISSOt'KI, fCT. 2'. ISk). ELECTIONS THIS YEAR. Though ofl-scr i-Uil'oim urciilwnts iillvml id by a -mall tote, in i-mnpiri-oii with that drawn forth in a iintiounl nmtrst, niiich inter iiU is being manifested year in nut onlt the stales holding ehxtlon.bnl liy tin- pvnple of tin.' coiintiy, who will Icok ti on this r.prtr-lui' of tlic tuple's sitws n mi index nf their deli...

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. — 3 November 1899

COUNTING THE PEOPLE DY MACHINERY, fa-u About EichPennn Will be Tabulated for the Censj by Electricity. Ourl'iiit iin. tit ill -in i;g.s slimed the pnpuliiion 'l 'I'-' ltii--il Stutct t.i 1 1 Ovr- mil I,,,,! . ml lhc count cot Untie Sim, who was cdihi'.i' .ilv.ly P-- llim. ""i' cent fur caili irtMiti- It It cstiinalisllh.il the twelltli p. . Mi,. uill thmv tli.it our popV minitier event)' five id i 1 1 ioti . mill tint the item nl clerk hire, in the Ccntnt Hiirc.iu nliine. will exceed five mil ium dollars. ChfTtud Il'ittiml, writing nl-'llow th, N t Oifiit Will II.- Takm," in Mo Ni. IClll't' l.ll l' IIO'MV J lllllllll, ,l t tllilt "ill. t), .111) ll V W'llk lf llllllllrilMM.il (Mill- pi H.I hi II" liit i f Jnlv. il will ptoha'ilv I... t.i "f etui tl ' I"' ii' 'it later Iwl.ite tin- list (.ft e o'niiiilo mo r. rrivcil at ilie i Vrtin (if lVt.'"i mt only mint llivi .ill In.' firtt 4 vimit, ,,1 lit 1 i. Ilnfivii)ts, Im'. Ml IIIBliy Cixt thev will ii"l .nl uinlre H-viti.in IhtMiif of .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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t I: it 1 k 'tJi! CrytUl Wtdding. In response to invitationt issued ' by Mr. and Mrs. I-M I'embsrton, sonic 1 75 friend- assembled at a reception on Saturday evening, at the beautiful home cm Arrow St.. hour from 7 to it. the occasion be ing the 13th wedding anniversary of the host and hostess, who look, ed tlie plctur: of contentment as they received their guest with Hue Southern hospitality, which at till home Is dealt out to ench individual atike.who seeks admittance:whell. It bestrauger or friend, all find n welcome and a word of cheer with in hi precinct. And thin reception was really an elegant one. Nothing ti ff or for mal about it, which made it the more enjoyable for everyone. The rooms were not strictly Jpcakltig. decorated for the occa sion, but itrc.it clusters of I.a France rocs graced both mantel and ta bles Iti the parlois, blending 1 311 tlfully with the handsome rug that coveted the floor. whose dplnty bunches of roses in shades of pink, (ha...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A I!cvtitun Ui Vcr''.jufhli s Defeat ol Ccm.'al. Fayette Rooter Struck a Player. For Which He wflt Arretted and Fin ti- FreC'fofall Narrowly Averted. "Tlic Central Collene li-.un is KCltiliU i' K""1' bap and "'II a tar name till the end ul the -c.. on," '' '- ll'-' wri!s "I a l'i)itic papir in cniiiineiitiiu upon 1,10 Irt.ltlllellt Itlllil'lcd llpj.l till- llnllc doctors, lint these slants! iik-.hi wlnli-. linvc f.ilU-n low nml tin "stain ' ' coiiiso nf icloiles, Cen tral W.IS slippO-S.il lo have CUtl'll-ll ujHiit. lint ended ill a tliml, th it doubtless htuiii;lil stars, tin- vir otio that were to shine iixiii thcit victories, to sac nothing cil tlieir defeats, lull)' li'fore the eves nl tlue players wliu ate always "gti in tn do vi in noli , "'iiimI just admit .14 itiiiii-titly lail to accomplish a-ntliniK Uii'iilUvtioiiMil tin; al Th.nik gixmK iiil the trt-iitittviit nccoriU-t. a M itshall crowd in l-'ayvltc at that llllii uetved the home team to Ill tl. ...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 3 jr. no OR HOT TO BWN? i 3 9 1 4 i r. 4 3 3 m values as we. are offering, can you afford lo pass them by 3 3 ;j Men's 5.ft0 suits In blacks, graysand brown $1.. Ml ItoyV Ti.oo Inny p.-int unit.-, from II 1" 3 Men's 7.r0 t TiiSf-ltiHT! MiiitH t;itartititc'I good 9 9 Men's ii.OO black iiihI gray flay worsted 3 4 3 .Men s I'J.no iiiil m In N-otcli plaid nml rin:y THAT'S THE QUESTION, "Pis true you may not possess the riches of a millionaire, or the shining dust of a returned Alaskan, but with such tempting prices and splendid ycais at il.'Jfi It) valiii! at suits at oVJft 3 3 stripes, elegantly tailored S.70 .a Men's I .r.oo f-ntiti lined fancy clay worsted 3 3 Men's 7ftc wool llcccc llm- sliirl ami drawers Mr Hoys' 10c llcccc lined shirt anil drawers Men's .'Iftc work shlits at Men's f I. Till all wool Jersey ribbed shirt anil drawers ..... Hulls tlii best make l(t.00 Men's 75c hats, all shapes at 3 Mi'iiVSI- double breasted M-rgu suits at '.i.OO Mini's SI....

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. — 3 November 1899

TUB MARSHALL HBPUULICAN. L'AHegreM C ub Rtrc ptic i. Ii r iW- ii n u nil Ii n.n. li ' lit . ii i.i i. Vhc luncheon M-rvcd Ii. Seilltie ler.wns ai follow m, chicken il.nl, mraliigu chips. Iint-hcatcn biscuit live. cranberry frnppc nnd toast ed niat.shmallows. And the verdict was that this af ternoon with Mrs Uetimlds was one n( the most enjoy.ililc the AI legri.a Chili had ecr had, when ever detail wan marked with ele gance and careful preparation. Club Rtccpli n. The l'ancy Work Club which met witli Miss Sue Newton on Sit unlay afternoon, scored another triumph in the success ol Mar shall's social function. This pop ular cluli having decided recently, they would not entertain mtcsts at their dull meetings lilts j ear, ex-1 ccptiug those members who did not! entertain last year, made this even- i tng with Miss Newton of more thin i usual interest to those present, who! were not ineinliers of the club. The weather was disagreeable, the clouds hung heavy and the rain fell without, jet ...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. MALTAJBESD Halllo llrlMim il Id) ut I. cr liini.o Ave mile trnrlli ent frutii here. Sal unlay nun nini;. l'mitral Sunday nf. trr liunii ut tin' lt'lileiui', eoiullii ltd 1 1)' II' '. ('. ('. .limn. Intel mi l, I in Malm lleiul reiiutery. The lirented (ainllj- have tliu ynipatliy nf the iti tin' enmmiinlty. Itolurt l"t. ami Mr. I'rniie lunlh er In-law I i v 1 1 1 tr hoi III 'it lllu.-nr, liml a regular knuek duwn and drug nut llltlit Mimlny nfietnuoti. We hate nut learned the pnillfiilur milt Unit Mr. I'tt I under tin- ilm tnrn' rati' nml that lie uiii linilly luirt. The Tt lephune line I Mti( put up nml II the ttrnthtr remain- Inlritolll l In ttiirkin,? order ilia Ititt ul tin' irk, Sum All' 11 tthii h hot nt Water I) darlni tl' M111 1 fair U tlinuiht In ! mi tliu roml tn rn'iiwr). (irani'niu l-'rnnkllii I er,t lek uml mi nii'uiiut of her n,'e. lu-r nruvery U lllllllllllll. Walkir linker and .luiu hlpil u trnlu liiml nl fiitriittlelruiuht le T...

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. — 3 November 1899

TUI: MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Helen Could Not a Society Girl. Helen (inillil lini liefer Ikimi a i-or hty (.'Irli Ihoi'ttl' '' K""' "lit koiiic lime to fahlonahlc affair, nppu-enl ly well pleaeil. Very iilniplo taMci are hm. ami naturally I 1 1 1 ri i - In ttllK'U. Her Hlimln--i'hiMlelu h.n mTunlril her limit- atlfactlon llian lirrlmll". ami he lakm n j 11 .t Kint n .MPiiitort In vUltltuj IIhi l'lw I'nlnu Ml"hn ami the llii-pllul fur Crl tiled I'hlMren. Mr-. ItiHM'll Slice tell how on (me mva-loii, 1 f ! Ml (illlllll hat m.nle tier formal I'litraneelnlo-oeh-tt ,l,r tta relallnirto the min irlrl nn ini'Mint ' n frit ml worn ami III from iln' -trnlii n( ntti'iiillnir her ili-l.nl mitt ilniinliliT tlirnuuli ii M'n.iin ii iiiii em ill III'.' nHMnt (fayetle.. MI- (iiiul.l ipir-tlonetl her: "In that what I. nn' i-..iiri r .Mii-i u tni.ui. r u'n mil. Ml ii late al uliflil ami enr hcr-elf omr After Mr. Sai;i,' reply In tlie ulllriiin the. the clrl althoiiirhtfiilh fiic a mo mi nt, th. ii a-ke.l...

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. — 3 November 1899

Till: MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Cl&tt S POWER... i ,. , I LHHiptiii uonmnafr u m fait lif til-1 0 J Cash is the lever that moves everything and forever puts to rest long winded 3: Prices. Goods well bought are half sold so said. This store is full of Bar- 3: . gains in all of its Departments. We handle good goods and we make every- 3: thing we sell satisfactorv. We carry a full line of I Staple Dry Goods and Notions, 3: 3: and we do not allow anv man or set of men to undersell us on same. j 01otllin' is complete in all of it branches, with the Newest stock 3: m, 1 c 1 of Clothing in Marshall, and at prices that shame com- J Department . . , , , , 3j 1 petition. Remember we cleaned out most all our old 3: Clothing at Auction last winter. Look through this stock before vou buv. Glove Department Mere is a snap. We lately bought 5 sample li'ies of Cloves and Mitts, at a very low price ami we are selling these goods at about half price They are going fast. 3 Our Mat and Cap Department is ...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. lit StltHr S.iiuiilny ' llil nirk. Mr-, Uix'klmlil i r I'm Mm., KmiMi- Mii'p Nurili ki- hci- LOCAL IN BRIEF. Dr. I .1 Until.. Iia it till tit-il fiiiinu .vl-lt to lil-finiillniinlfi l.inut Klik. UrTlioiiin I lull nl Kuliil il:ij III villi. !- fnl Vimv Mminniliikiitliiriiiil Sut. Mnitiii 4 ti 1.1 1 11 -nlit Miin.lii lii imlii) fnmi -i .inil .lull. I. II In Kiiii- I'ji Ik. M. ' Mr Mntt Silmr Ik vllllii n lnll.- Mm. M. t . i Mill.-, l i i.illniiUi. t llltflxc i tiimllj f lli'ii M.'tl. .Ii. il. ut llln... t 1 1. l, DllfU'llI'" lMlt Mlltlllll In Knnu 'lt. luilif .lli'ii''" ' ix'tir) ,lay In Slalir. In-niK WinatU'lil k'IiI In Kiin-ii" "lt.v. i;. T. Tm.v iif Mt. .In.,;tli. j In ,) Momlli)-. I. T. ItlllxTtKIMinl Ml a liotitir .-iiuihhiji . WK.Mi'rrj.iil llluikliiini. u M.ir-liull Siliir.lii). Ml.. I.IIIiim Kliii.nli'. iluli.il Mi'ii.l. .li-lutir tlil wk. I ilin Hiiii'Ii iT"lnn-.l S.i'uriln) fnuii I,l trli to Aiktilii. Mnrilii IIiiiiIiIIii tv'uriii.il I'rlilui in .rn...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ufwjre ol Ointments Ij Catarrh that Contain Mercury. n tin retity will fiinsljr rteitio) tin' i n nt tiii'll mill cotiipl. tely itiraniri' tli ninth. )tcin ln ut. rlntr It itirntts)i tin miu'ii urfnii'f . aurli nr I lot-" houM n'iT ! iiil xti it on pti Mrlptloti limit it'imtnlili' pit.".-Iran-, a tin- ilaiiitiKr 1 1. III ! I ti ll fnlil tin' cmnl hi ran pnllily il rlic from tin in. Ilnll' nturlli Chit, iiiHiivfactutKl I'J I. ! v .V I'll., Toliilu, )., contain mi imn'uri. timl I lain it liittmiill. netlntf dlm-lly upon tlnj lilnml mill mnrii tirf.-irr nl tin- yMim. In liiivlnir llnll ( uturrli fill. ! iir jiiii ir tin- ifi-iittlttc. It I talon iiiti'rnnlly nuil 1 iiiiidc In To- I.. In. cil, In l.y r. .1. rl.i nj .V Cu. T-thinnilnl fit-. SnM by Dnuul-t". prku- .. -i iHittli'. HiiII'k I'amlly I'lll an- l't. 1 ! urn to xnrnliK Hum- lunutlful oiitlii!,' ninth nlflil ml! thvy nit ill iii.ulc nml will jrlw nu nollil riiinliirt ul Wrllit. SI Mr N II llmrlo nl Miilii...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Bi'rthdiy at Mil a Hend, Kditor Knpi of The Mnltn Hcnd (lui Viu'.cclcbtnted lii-t plh birth day on TntMlay evening, nt his li.mitf in Malta Itcnd, l.y InviliiiK a minder ill friends iibotil in nil, to .ind lite evening nt Ms Iiidiiv "ml " wns a ,nosl I'nppy CCC i.lntl (or tlic invited. Mr mill Mi Knppnre noted for ilxir hospitality mid nrc totli ideal it.Hitnimt A number ol names vuie nliut'ttcid mid n pleasant tili hi. ally wns hiiI. Mrs. uat n.i.ttcil liy Mr-. Lander ii in ctt.imiiiK lier KttcstS. Kifrcliiticnts were served dnr rt'U' ivi-innn of hiirk crenm, c ,ff . and ki-xes Delightfully Entertained. A iUm.iiiI tvent of laM week uai the diniiiK rIvcm liy Mrs. Mary Miiik on Friday nt tlie hotel to u1iii.li invitations liad lieeti butted oiiie l.i h liefore: nnd tlie giii-itl Wa ul'l friend' of tlie lioMc, the div was especially pleasant for Hi. in The ell-unlit dinner nrved ri .iiiim m.is enjoyed ly Ihefol n; '.iilu- Menl.imes Al Vaw u: i I I)iiKi;in, J...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Millions Given way. Ii l iittnlnli urntirylnx t" tli pulf I,.- to l.nnn nl nan t'liinvrii in tin' Iniul wlin iiii imI tifrtltl tn In' irt'mi-nii. In Hit- nn.l nnil .illfarlh. Tin' iriiir. tnr. nf Dr. Klnir's ,Vne llNfutri't-y for i 'n.tiptliiii. Pnitif)i.. nml mill., Iinu irlvwi nun) m i r imi iiiilllim trial Im it ih' nl till errvii' m ilk'lw: nml hatt- IV ritltiiitiii ol kniMliiir t Im. nln uluti-ly i'uml Uhmi.iibiIk nl m.,-l,.,. I'nwx. A.lliniii. Iiniwliltli. Im:ii-.i nr, nnl nil ili . nl tin' tlirnat. Hum. nnil luiur. mi' cml rumlli.) It. I ill nn I' II l'rnnklln. ilri'irsNt. ami V 1 u Im ir'ii iiiiiu. 1'iirnliir .lai "miil. I: -itii'i.i iiunnti'tfili i 1.1 1 1 i i . ,i. Malta Bend J hone. tun I ii.i'kiiH'ii tnr 'Ii- Snllni' i ii. nit TuViViiii- fn tfni'lHil mil' tn..n WVilni-il.n "ttliiu tin- ihiIc. lnr it ,r lll'rt IpI.'iiIi.iih' llllf. Till' fiilrlllllll nl tin- uiw. Will Summer., Infiirni. n tlmt II tin " iili"i' iim nut ili'l.'iy t'i"in. th" Ii ill ...

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. — 3 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i pt4lte For Your Altars and Your Fires." Patriotism is always com mendable, but in every breast there should be not only the desire to be a good citizen, but to be strong, able bodied indwell fitted for the battle of life. To do this, pure blood is absolutely neces sity, and Hood's Sarsapa rilla is the one specific which cleanses the blood thorough ly. It acts equally well for both sexes and all ages. Humor" Whtnlnttd HooJ furi. f,tr I Ult IheSi S'sipjirilU. H curtd rey huf JiJ ttcttltnl l J rtn t f Uiit SUfferd 5Fri"S'. CI. - IH4, r.Ui rm Ilr lV. Ih n,nlrrlllli. ,rc ..I. ,. 'Willi I with.!.' 5i,r Pi llutrj Smith of Tcxn, who . ni lion' iluj In Hft SprlniM h.i i"k ulurnvil tn Murhull mi M.in.im ami lie hihI II. II. Purr-nit la ,.i.hi. tw with i.,riilotlii,r li'ttTui" f !'.! limit At the Inke. O.'AMI Oiri" DISTRIBU1I0N. Tc Il-aiiiktUo O.'t-r Ever'Jjdii H A RtluMo Uutictru l'.i.. anumlne Hint tor a llmltiil ;iw M- will glw nlilutely free in tiii; uitrrieii mi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 3 November 1899

it lh o - THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. n I Some Late Arrivals at g 5 Hh NH.W YC m K N UKC, 2 i s 0 A IU( LINK OK g DRAPERY VELVETEENS, SILK and COTTON CORDS ' t 1 PIHOW TOPS. g 8 g A lleiiiitifnl AKMirtmciit "I $ g TABLE (OVRRS, BUEEALf SCARFS, DOYLIES, ALL SIZES, PILLOW SHAMS, g ft In the Iinltntlon Hiittenlierg work- ( an nnl Im iippm-intnl when wen. g 1 .'f,,,'':;";."";. . . . plain and jewelled side and back combs, .... g & ft Iff S P,,e . of.a" P- 1 fr Kn ft I Before you buy your WINTER JACKET let us show you our Immense Line. g 2 We hnve Any Style. Any Color, from $'..50 to :t5. g 2 g K?8!"1 Misses and Children's CLOAKS and JACKETS, g ft It will ikiv von to cee thi'M' l'imhN liefoie von Iniv elsewhere, ft fi g We will help you prepare to keep warm during the cold weather. A large g ft and complete line oi ft ft ft ft ft ft ft i unoerwea r ror i& oentiemen m urn, i g values that cannot be beaten and hardly be equaled We have opened a big line of g I fMINATOKS, HOODS, KNIT S...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ! cr i n u I - viii. MAHSIIALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOV. 10.. 18M. BOUND FOR THE PHILIPPINES. no. 40. Mits Wilton, Once of Marahalt Leaves New York (or Manila. An Army Nunc Assignment- The last Sunday's edition of the Denver Post, contained the following article relative to the departure of Mis Genevieve Wilson from New York to nrccpt the duties of an army nurse assignment in the far Hast. It will be read with interest by acquaintances. Miss Genevieve Wilson, daughter of licit II. Wilson, the well known Denver insurance nan, sailed from Brooklyn Inst Friday on the United States transport Thomas for Manila via the Suez canal. She will reach her des tination about December j$, and will be as signed to the Hlghth army corps as nn army nurse. Miss Wilson was !orn in Marshall, Saline county, Mo., and came to Colorado in 1HS3, and to Denver in 1884. She was n pupil of Mrs. Hoiigban of the Gilpin school, and was ncnt abroad by her father to complete her ed uca...

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. — 10 November 1899

1 If- I l.iliietiiii on .uauiiay. J AND A SOUTH ' I . ERNER AT THAT. One of our esteemed contemporaries lias lately very graciously bestowed upon Its rival organ, a brief bit of sarcastic comment, a very natural issue, from an old established paper, such as tbe one In question, which has tastrd deeply of the spring of conceit and has become somewhat Inoculated to such habits. It is but natural that a change from present corn! I tlons should be resented by them, even to the granting point. Yet the source of the criticism is not all. A former Marshall pastor, who was held Ju the highest veneration and esteem, both by reason of ability and character, writing from his Louisiana home, coutributcd a very unique and humorous ode to the "buscult" of mat ron ol this city, whose Kpicurean taste for good living, had Inspired her efforts in cook ing with such success as to call fortti tributes of praises ns given in our last Issue. The editor ol the Democrat News took of fense at the spelling o...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MISSOURI'S CHANCHES. "Ad" "ill. ot 'o5 fame mul for met lr cap. lain of the Tiger, returned lo school Tues day and went on llie field Wednesday. He fill a weak spot in the Tiger line and the team I materially strengthened by hi pre. ence. Prospects for Thanksgiving arc ma terially brightened. The above from the Columbia Herald, would indicate that the University liny arc not so confident of winning the game with Kansas as many of their ndinircr.4 from re mote quarter. The victory of Drake on Sat ' unlay ha had It. effect loo upon the stand ing ol the Tigers in the eye of those who look forward to seeing the big game of the season. Hut even upon the face of these discourage menls, the form In which the Tigers have drown themselves n dlstiuguUhcd from the lislles game played for several venrs, ha In creased the Interest taken by MIourhn In their contest with the Jayhawkcr mid en courage greater pride In our own university Icim. and Mr. Ruff are members of two ...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. it n s 11 (continued prom tack onk.) election, predicted Nash a majority of 50,000, has had no reason to modify lib claims. The statistician nt the Republican headquarters at Columbus have attempted to compile from official returns where obtainable and from un 'official in other counties, the exact plurality of Judge Nosh. This shows that in fifty-seven counties Nash (Rep.) has 84,399 over McLean (Dcm.) and in thirty-one counties McLean has 34,035 over Nash. This gives Nash over McLean In the state 50,364. It is not lellcvcd the official returns will make ' nny important change In these figures. No figures arc available on the total vote in the state, as the committee sought to obtain only pluralities. Notwithstanding efforts were made to get the vote for Jones, returns have been secured from only forty of the eighty-eight counties. These include the counties in which the heaviest Jones vote was polled and show a total of 84,000. The re maining counties will...

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