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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Count' Coi'-t Prcr-c&'fij Court met In regular Mission: present Hons J T Stou ITer, T W Klniml K C Hanna, Judges. Court opened by tlic sheriff. Loan ol f.Soo.oo granted Mrs Birbary Habler. Ordered by the Court that ns iesed valuation on lot 36 blk 37 College add to Marshall lor 1897, tiiet for 1898, be reduced front fiy.oo to ftyoo. It l ordered by tilt Court that an appropriation not to exewd lioo.oolnfavorofj H Zelgte for grading Drake Hill on section line kc 5 tup 48 K 31, said amount to be paid when a corresponding amount l expended on said bill by parties interested. Ordered by the Court that V 11 Boyd be directed to repair ap proach to the south end of McAl lister bridge. Warrant drawn in favor of Isxac Knots fur relief of self. J M Marshall files 1'etition and right of way for road ordered by Court that the same be declared a public highway and placed in charge nl Koad overseer of proper ditriil. Now mines Win Nye ar.d others and present their pet...

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. — 10 November 1899

9 1 9 1 9 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3,. 3'. 3 3 3" 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. gray clay worsted' Come, ye of little faith; only those who have tasted of the sweets in trading at our j store can realizehat the word "SAYING" implies. VALUES ARE fi DEPRECIATED ! Profits arc dissipated; prices are annihilated; cash j r alone is king. This is no bubble ad, swelled to unusual dimensions, fi glittering with bogus bargains, only to burst into nothingness. Below we j give a few facts. fi fi f-: t: : e f; f-: 6 6 6 6 f: f-: f-: f fi 6 fi f: fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi f-: fi fi fi fi fi f-: fi fi' fi fc fi fi Ml'ii'h U.00 black and buIU) at Men's 12.00 Mtittj In Scotch plaid and fancy strljx, elegantly tailored ... Men's 15.00 satin lined fancy clay worsted suits the best make - " $10.00 Men's 12 double breasted serge suits at 0.00 Men'n 0.00 Beaver and Chinchilla Over- coat at .... Men's 0.00 Melton and Kersey Overcoats, all colors .... Men's Storm ulsters from...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. M it"Khr raewcJdiui: of p.l w. i:. jleny, sou of 0. S. Merry, of tills city ad Miss . Margaict Kite, daughter ol Mr. at"! Mrs. O. V. Kite, of Miami, was prettily cele brated at tlie lionic of the bride In Miami on Thursday evening, Nov. oili. 1809, at H o'clock, In the pres ence of a larc number of relatives tnd friends ol the contracting p.ir tlcs, Kev. Mr. Kzellc, of the Meth odist church, In a lew well chosen words performing the ceremony that made the handsome couple man and wife. The groom is the principal of tbe schools nt Illackbtiui, is a sub stantlal young business man, pos setting many of those sterling qu.il iticstbat make up a mau; he was dressed In the usual black. The bride, a handsome brunette, is a gtcat favorite in social snd lit' erary circles, was dressed in a handsome tailor uindccluth gown, in ouc of tbe castor shades, with hut cn'Suit, and carried btide'.i loses, The couple entered the parlor lu the strains of Lohengrin wedding march la...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Reception and Annlrerury. Mm. Chattel Hell gave a series of entertainments on Tuesday after noon at Iter pretty home on Kail Arrow St., which was one of the daintiest incidents of the season, when some 50 or more guests were royally entertained from 4 to 5. The hostess was assisted by the following ladies: Misses Vatighan and Hcll.ot Miami, McsdamcsJ. 1. Hntton, J. W. Adams, W. R.Dob yns, W. S. Huston, T. W. Gallo way, It. I.. Huston nud Miss .Sa die Huckl.ind'who formed a picas log party of ladies who made the hours pass swiftly. ANMVMSAKV KKCKITIOS. On the same evening from 8:,to to 12 Mr. ami Mrs. licit celebrated the fifth anniversary ol their mar ritgc, by giving quite a large re ception to their friends and rela tives throughout the city and conn y. The receiving party iioii this occasion was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;ilcll, Rev. W. K. Dobyus and wife, J. 1'. Huston and wife, W. S. Huston and wife, Dr. T. W. Calloway and wife, J. W. Adams and...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Concerning Schools- STATU StTI'.KINTHNUKNT OI'IT.KS AtlVICK TO Tlt.VCUF.KM AMI SCIIOUt. HO.VKIW- To Teachers: The course ol Study U not mt outline to be liter ally followed. Catch the spirit of it anil apply the text only so far ns you can. You tieeil some books lor supple racntary work and I advise that you wake a strotiR effort during the next few week to raise a few dollars fur the lihtary. Head a sub scription list and take it to every patron and friend iu the district. If you cannot do better, spend Ave dollars of your own money. Select books which will assist you In the work you wish to undertake (see pac.es 10 and 1 1 ol the Course of Study ) If you have a class In Klcmcntn ly Geography continue It and sup plement it with work suggested In "Nature and Culture Study." Carefully consider suggestions ns to Alternation of Work. You need to economize time and this will l'tlp vou, Do uot wait till close of term to think about records to lie left. He cords m...

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. — 10 November 1899

'Nvononday tivhshvw am 3 GASH IS POWER 5: I I I I i: 3! Cash is the lever that moves everything and forever puts to rest long winded : Prices. Goods well bought are half sold so said. This store is full of Bar- 5 gains in all of its Departments. We handle good goods and we make every- : 3: thing we sell satisfactory. We carry a full line of I Staple Dry Goods and Notions, : : and we do not allow any man or set of men to undersell us on same. 3 Olotlllll ' is complete in all of it branches, with the Newest stock 1 )rivn 11 wn of Clothing in Marshall, and at prices that shame com- : ijj: petition. Remember we cleaned out most all our old 3! Clothin at Auction last winter. Look through this stock before you buy. 3: GrloVC Here is a snap. We lately bought 5 sample lines ol T)pivnhnpnf Gloves and Mitts, at a very 'ow P"ce and we are selling ijj these goods at about half price. They arc going fast. 3: Our Hat and Cap Department is second to none in Marshall at prices that sell j Bool aild...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 0000000000C000C0CO040OH oo O, W, JOHNSTON, Successor to W, H. Hurt RMDWAR IP r ! eastcside square Our jirki'Hnro always Low mill (Junlity in nl Holutuly Guaranteed. Greater strength ut night for the days clulhs ly renting while yon sleep on our llul Down' Mattress ind (rietrtierSteel springs' Thero 1h uo'place llku homo when furnixlit'd with our bright Richly Covered Couches and Artistic Rockers and Odd Pieces. . . Mir f. Wo liuvi) a lino of COOK STOVES. XT""'! tlmt arounexeelhil. N Jt HEATERS- WOOD OR (OAl, 'Hint iowew three very important features. Hco noinienl in fuel, Powerful Heatem, Durable, Low in Price,', High in (iunlily. Scoops, Axes, Wood Saws, Pocket and Table cutlery, Etc. Remember our motto "Hit; Sales Small Profit." O. W. JOHNSTON. . 0O0O0CO0O4040OC0400040CM OK LOCAL IN BRIEF. C W. I'arcnl rwnl Saturday In lllickburn. Dr. J. Wood f ciit Monday 1,1 Ml, Loonord. I. O. Hockcr ol 81. Loiil. unn In lliu city Saturday. 'M II. Parley of St. I.011I., ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. NlOrv Hied il hln .home In .N'el.i.u, Nov tli, lW, ill licurt irouhle .tlontii C suplen. II? wasumi'tnlicr of the firm ofStupl''-, V Co. I.'in,n lie nn call, el. wan nn n rifrtle )(iiiik man ( .11 yearn of nirc: wn a worthy jniine in in (if irnod hnl.Iln mill wnntlkcd 1') nil nhokii"' li I tn mul In hU death tin family lo-cn u kiukI nun mul brotlur, iiirl tin timti inn' nf Iter lrnt luiKlncnn im'ii. Tin' funeral uk preached at the Christian rhmrli Monday after iiiiiiii. liy Klili-r ' Shoune ii ml Inter ment til llii' Sluplcn imnlcry. Mix l.llllun Mutton illi.il Tuculoy nt Ihi litnii" nf Iht pnrcntn, .Mr ami Mr. Siitliin. on North (lat,iicll nlrrct. Ilurtnl took place Widticnday at the. city ecitiiUry. Ml Milton wan nick lint n nhnrt till"' itllhtyphold fcter. Some ol joum: ini'ii In town fine a hull at the (xt IIiiiim' 1'rl ilajr nlnlit. A Inlr iiiinuVi wan In nt ti niluiii'i' mul all cnjnyid llicnmcltTn. SupiKT -i ti l-t Injr olojt'riii(TV ti...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MALTA BEND. "Mr H H Tarter died Tutnlay night 'after an lllne n( three nV. A romplleatlon of aliment and pneu monia wa lhi cause, of her death. She leaven a hii.liand and three, child nti to mourn her Id. Tlio aympathy of the entire community go out to them In their lirrearemcnt. A train load of fnt cattle win ililp. ird from hero In Chicago Monday nlshu Ja Hatter, V M Walker Sun anil 8 T Wllnon wrro the hlp per. A (,'ood prlcu wan received. M W Walker, ST WIIon and Itol.'t Stevcnton went with them. tlrandma Franklin, mother of our merchant, J W Kranklln, died lu.t Friday at a ripe old nee. ()M uge i the cauu of her death. )tl Temp Juhnon returned home Tuetday, after a lx irk vl.lt In friend In Illlnol.. Grandma lltalr of Halt Hprliitf wa rioting the i.anucr lamlly tlie firot of the week. I "flic telephone line In comph to and i.onwiTin talk to Mnndiall or Sla-i ter at will. Jennie Hauhdcr t tIttfiif her M.tcr, thl wcik. J II Decker .V t'o. toHc of Rood from...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Difcorered by i Woman. Another ureal illncovery haa been made, nnd that too, 11' a lady In tlitn country. "Plncaao Jaalcned Its rlutchc iijhhi her nml for neven yonrt nhe wlthatood lt nevcrent leatn, lint her vital orujnnn erc undermined nnd dentli necined lintnlnenl. r'or three monthn nho coujfhcd tmvnnnntly, and rem Id not 1(vp. Mho finally dlneov erelawoyto nrovcry, by purchna Iiik ( in a Ixittlu (it Dr. Klnif'n New DIcuvcry for Connumptlon, and was no much relieved nn takinir llmt doo. that aho nlcpt nil tilxhtl and with two hotllcn, lino been iilxolutt'ly cured. Her naiiiii la Mm. l.nthcr t.uir. Tlmi writer W. f. Ilaimili'k .V Co., of Shel by, N. I . Trial Uitllcn free ot I'. II. franklin' Druir Store, (tegular aljeutv uml fl.oi. hveryliottletfiiai nnloeil. Hallowe'en at Fairvillc- Mr. Annie Irvine, of Kalrvlllr, unr it vrry plennont Hallnne en par ty to the Jouna; jicoplc of that nclih horhood, llcnldca a In rue numlici tlointhe ticlirhhorhood, ipllte ...

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. — 10 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "Strike For Your Attars and Your Fires." Pjtriolhni is always com mendable, but in every breast there should be not onty the to be a aood citizen, but to be strong, able bodied W. P. Henkett V. C. (laiil.lln, Heskeft & Ganldin iitoi'iiiFrroiiM Cjriy t i. f&'RTSL FEED AND SALE BARN, Hoot Is ';!i'fi mimiKlilsSMtUKM. I j4r J'" Flood's Sarsapa- rilla is tne onespeciiciumcn cleanses the blood thorough' h. It acts equally well for both sexes and all ages. HumOf-""Wliwfrfj tSoodrvtU (at I UU Hoofs St'tipitHi. H 0"tJ ny humor jtnd Is ttctlttnt it t ntnt ttmc." Bklm, Stafford Sprints, O, f4 IMItevt IKrrJIUllhf M( Irrlltllttf 11,4 llkMlt It tit. with IIlhI fMTiw. rt Mix Ml 11 nli' Pierce will make n vis it li her brother, W. A. Ileatly anil will' ol thin city In tliu near future, hln' will attend tlic I'ivm AMoeiatlon at lllriiilniihiim, Ala., tliu l.'th, whero .r will milk" an ailtlreim. Mm. I'lifi l iilitlutf a paper at Cllronello .Ma., ami hIm I'ottniMrri,;...

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. — 10 November 1899

n ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ! 8 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 8 ft THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I WRIGHTS East Side Square, Marshall, Mo, SOME INTERESTING STORt NEWS, WRIGHTS ! FOR ALL East Side Square, Marshall, Mo. Prepare for the Cold Weather That is to Come Flannel worth loo for Heavy outing flannel tn light mul dark colors Mripcd and check SJj Slriftino ir l,,cl1 hlKi' o wi vorth ijc for. .striped taffeta skirting 100 Suiting 58 i,,cl1 n" wo", ,10VcIl" "t'K worth fully for Ginghams nin worth 07c for . .. Good quality blue nud white, brown -and white and fancy checked gingh- 050 Flannel 0oOl lC!,vJc"l" flannel, the kind usually sold at 10c for . f. Ladies Knit Shirts lies from 50c to RMftJnf tlfxxliheavy shirting in checks mid " nlo Nilid colo: ft & Xmas Goods Dig assortment of knit shirts in nil colors and splendid vnl- $1.75 lors for strife K'j and . Lriies dnd (bildrens Outing flannel Night G...

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. — 17 November 1899

I ' THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i VIII MURDERED AND MORTALLY WOUNDED Three Victims of John Haslip's Dclibcr ate Revenge. The First, his Wife, is Dead, the Others Mor tally Wounded. W WIRE 0!t(E MARSHALL (HARACHRS, Planned and Executed By a Jealous Huiband Upon Thote Who Alienated Hi Wife's Affections. Every Shot Struck its Mark. The Murderer A Prisoner, Regrets His Crime. Stirred by jealousy, urged on by t evince, Jolm Haslip went to n rooming house on West Sixth 'trcct In Kansas City, Wednesday nf ttniomi.and thcre.shot anil killed his wifc,and alo very seriously wounded Charles llarrcr and Maud Mitchell, n a result of pistol shots, from which their recovery is tloitbtfnl. The man, w ho now behind Ihc bars awaits tti.il for the dclilicrntc murder of his wife, was loin and raised in Saline county,' Wing the ctiofJ-c Haslip, who lives twelve miles suilh r.f Marshall. Jno. Haslip is 14 years old, for ccral years he worked for Conway II10E at tin ir stables, nnd later served nsbus driver ...

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. — 17 November 1899

P THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I.t.lircd at tho IWolltee In Mor-hnll, Mil, at cvoml-rlnM mntlvr. TKllMHt tl.tm l'KK YI'AIt IN ADVANCE PERCr H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAHSIIAM., MISSOUKt, NOV. 17, Soj. THE COST OF OPPOSITION I RAISE To be the admiral and beloved by one's own following Is as a rule, an evidence tli.it such a leader Is In nympathy and touch, with tlie hearts of those, who do him homage. The war hero is held in no higher regard by an admiring nation than the ring lender ol n band o( highwaymen Is by hi robljcr subjects. The same devotion In each case U inspired by the assimilated feelings and iutrrcsts of leader and follower, teacher aud disciple. The forces which bind one class to-gcther, repel the other. Yet treachery to either, in the shape of n traitorous act or that of turn lug Mate's evidence, is equally repugnant to the fense of honor of cither order. This rule is likewise effectually applicable in politics. The same causes lead to similar results...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MEDICS TO MEET, Topic Assigned to Physician o( the Missouri Valley Medical Society. Meet In Marshall Tuesday. The next meeting of the Miisouri Valley Medical Society will convene in tliii city Yticsday, Nov. a I st. Programs (or thlt meet lug have been mailed many prominent mem U'ts ot the medical profession, who arc not members of this Society, inviting tlicm to at. tend. Following in given the progtam. I'AI'KkS. Dr. M. T. Cliastain, Marshall, Mo., "Hye Strain." Dr. J. A. Schneider, Concordia, I-rrors of Diagnosis In Diseases of Women. Dr. C. K. Day, Mayvlew, Hcdside Thcra jientlcs vs. Pharmaceutical Compounds. Dr. W. M. Coll, Sweet Springs; The 1'ace in Diagnosis. Dr. L- A. Haan, Shackelford; Typhoid Fever. Dr. W. (5. Fisher, Marshall; Ovarian Cysts with Keport ol a Case. Dr. J. I'. Wagner, Hardeman; l'ncnnionia. Dr. II. C. Hradshaw, Arrow Kockjllroucho. 1'iieuniotilit. In compliance with a resolution adopted at the last meeting of the State Society, there...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I COUNTY COURT. Onltr to Ktp off lh Oreti lo dart Uoan Trd. Nnaieroui OIcUl Eeporta FIKd. Atcoauti IHowtil. Pre cttdlugs Ccntiontd from Uit Wek Nov. 8t1i. continutd. Ordered liy llic Court lti.1t the Sheriff keep pat lien Irom trespass ing 011 Court House lawn. A f-nc ol five dollars will be imposed for all Mich trespassing. Ordered by the Court that the Clerk prepare n docket for each session of Court ntul further order cd that nil parties having account against the County shall file same in ofTicc of the Clctk of County Court, and not In the Count; Court room, on or licfoie the first day of the term, at which said nccount Is to he presented- All accounts fil ed later than the first day, will not Ik: ald before the following teim of Court Mrs Mstgarct 15 Montague sent to Statu !lop!tal for Insane No. a t St. Joseph, Mo. l'hil I'ry sent to the County I-'arm. Jacob llingliniii presents c t It Ion asking cou it to strike from nsscs sors book ceitaiti blocks in...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ALTON'S NEW LIMITED. Et Louit, Oiliajo Iraioi of romljoae Anil Cottt En,nimiut ItproTe )u(Dticn 0. & A' riliilx'-IKmucrul. The Chicago & Alton manage ment did wircty mul well In determ ining to provide the traveling pub lie with the handsomest equipment on wheel for the regular day ser vice of fast trains letvvcen St Louis and Chicago. t'nder the new regime, millions of dollar are to be expended in roadbed and roll ing stock, and the outlay of Sjjo, ooo for two solid cstihtilcd trains to run In the daylight hours be tween the two largest cities on the system was n stroke of policy that can not fall to jKipnlarie the Al ton line mid yield suliHtauti.il re turns for the passenger drp.iit- llK'tlt. The new equipment consists of n standard Chirngo and Alton pas senger locomotive; United Slates postal car, fr feet in length; com bination passenger and baggage c.ir. combination parlor chair car mid coach, Chicago & Alton par lor chair car; cafe mid buf...

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. — 17 November 1899

w THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 3 9 .9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 1 I 9 9 WORTH SMIttWi?! Come, yc of little faith; only those who have tasted of the sweets in trading at our store can realize what the word "SAVING" implies. VALUES ARE DEPRECIATED ! Profits are dissipated; prices are annihilated; cash alone is king. This is no bubble ad, swelled to unusual dimensions, glittering with bogus bargains, only to burst into nothingness. Below we give a few facts. Men's 11.00 black ami gray day worsted suits nt Men's 12.00 suits In Scotch plnid and fancy stripes, ulegnntly tailored Mcii'h 10.00 i-ntln lined fancy clay worried hiiHh the ltcst innke 110.00 Men's 12 double breasted forgo suits at 0.00 Mcii'm 0.00 Heaver and Chinchilla Over- coats at ... Mcii'h l.0() .Melton and Kersey Overcoats. all colon .... Men's Storm ulntcrM from ,'I.AO to MenV 2 Cnpo Mackintosh Con In at Men's A Tan Mackintosh Coats, vel...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A snclal cititi i onipost-u ui ixii , ladies unit gentlemen, vai organ ied sonic 17 mouth ago, of wlilcli Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Simon nrc pop ular members, met on Saturday veiling with Mr. and Mrs. Simon at tlielr pleasant home on South Lafayette Ave, the occasion being the 14th anniversary of the host and hostess. The members of this clnh met at the borne of Mr, I.ancrat 7 o'clock ind wcnt.ln.a Inxly to the Simon home, where they gave them a Tine serenade with clarionet, guitar and violin; after which they were Invited in and n merry evening was spent. An interesting program hail been prepared, including recitations, readings, music, liotli vocal and instrumental. Some coon songs were much enjoyed; 11 resume ol the married life of the host and hostess by Miss Clara I.udwlg was Interesting to all, after which Mr. Will Wood presented to Mr. and Mrs Simon, in behalf of the club, a beautiful lnudscac, painted by MKs Clam I.udwlg, who possesses considerable talent ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Pretty Reception. The home of Mm. H. H. Down log was thrown open on Wednes day afternoon to the Fancy Work Club, who drought their cmliroid ery, mid for an hour or more end lady worked industriously tit lowly time was had The afternoon was mnrc like September than November, so warm and balmy was it, and every tiling combined to make it a charm ing gathering and the hospitalities were gracefully dispensed. This beautiful Ihome. of which much has been wrttcn, was trim Died in an abundance of flowers; flowers every where, from the re ceptlon hall aud parlor.", where lovely white rosi greeted you, to the rooms nhove, that were tier fumed with the delicate odor of large purple violet". The library presented a picture, with its decorations of yellow rocs that corresponded to the handsome lace curtains, in which bunches of the same beautiful flower looked quite natural. Hridcs maid rows trimmed the dining table, with here and there a bunch of purple violet". Duri...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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