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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. wn ! Hwltzrr, of Slater, attended llie concert l tlie llo.lim Syni ihonj I.xllcn here ThiiMdny night. lU v. i:. I!. Mori anil wife rcliural ril their nmilvrnur' on Wrdnen. day. hy I'litertalnlnit n nutnlwr of friend at illnncr, ML.cj. Hoillo IIurkluut),May North, i-ru, and IVncli I'nirl.h tteru inter. Inlnnl hy Ml ).'inw HpvniTr on Wedne-dny ctcnlnir. ttciintou numlji-r of line Tut key In lht Tlmnkfulvliyf. U'uve jour order onrly nml tie will Mirely yU J'0"' Ml.x'iMay Hunter nnd IVnrl N'enl ho uf lllni'klurtifi Inti'it i-t Inif ouii( latllMi will m rive thin week for n vl. It to Ml" l.l"i Wiley. dlteyour ormT for Tin key nml all the t"fiillnN for n nul "old lime" Tlianki'xlvfair dinner to . Jitiiii'i A. Wnlkir. Harry llopklin of lllnekliurii, lm l.i ti appointed totiiku AllnrtStinnir'" position In llu'.Mnrnhall Town Mutual Kin1 Insurance I'ompuiiy. Mm. Janiet 1IT loft Wednesday for St. I.011U where rln- took her llttli ton. Christie to have lil ryes treated ...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CASH IS POWEEL.. 3: i , l.4iiiiL'ioii on Mon.lay. J Cash is tne lever that moves everything and forever puts to rest long windui 3: Prices. Goods well bought arc half sold so said. This store is full of Bar- J gains in all of its Depaitmcnts. We handle good goods and we make evu- thing we sell satisfactorv. Vc carry a full line of Staple Dry Goods and Notions, f: and we do not allow any man or set of men to undersell us on same. Clothing is complete in all of it branches, with the Newest stock . Touiitrrwi i Clothing in Marshall, and at prices that shame com- 3: petition. Remember we cleaned out most all our old J Clothin at Auction last winter. Look through this stock before you buy 3: (xloyo Merc is a snap. We lately bought 5 sample lines o 3; l")piA.nifiiiiiif Gloves and Mitts, at a very low price and we aresel'ing 3j these goods at about half price. They are going fast. ji J Our Hat and Cap Department is second to none in Marshall at prices that sell 2: ...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "ipCALIN BRIEF. W It Juniiton and wlfi',of FalrrlUc, tycni futurday In the oily. Krf Vawtcr attended tlu fool hall jime ),MIiim!la Saturday. (Veil WINon enine, in I'rldny mul (nl tcu-ral ilay In tint city. .l.e Valley Almey ami Helllo Htxin t'!it I'rlilny In Sinter. 1'lne frv.Ii ")! 't"i. dlrert from Hal timore, Jut nvcluil it I UminU.' Mr l A llliit'KiHirn, Alma, wu llwifiir.i nvt tttly of Mrs I! I'. I, Smith, Ml lluriieii. M-turned from n lm.. di-ih trip to Sweet Sprlnjjn on I'rltla. A, II. Stew-ait left l'rlday nltflit tor trip lliroiiali Kuniiiii aiiil Ml.tourl (iro. Iljirof ltaiia (.'Ity, wn.the jur.l Saturday of Mr. Juliii t on ay, xml 'lino ju.t nrelvcil n fretl, birrtl l Malaga uraH-. Try them. UIli"P ln'imril tin1 inetof.Mr ml Mr. Alili'l Unnnrd on Saturday etfninj.'. Mrt W M lidward., of Slater, the (ji-.l (il Mr- II II Kiil.unk ho. iitiiri). t 1 tn her lifinic Will Ilea npi'iit Snniliiy In SedaHo, lid when lw rt-tiiriKit. Iiln fuee (airly Urtnied ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. r 1 IN THE COUNTY. itlT SPhif.CS. We are urry to have to lepoit that owln 1 1 a .trloiney In thn local mum market, the a; ii.ll U Incliaro if, Halt Sirln;t Km .in mnctit Co liu U lital li !'irt!l their rtigairriiicnt UK top manaifrr of llie 0r llou.o a-thl pile e, Tlieeotnl- miiy have in -rllle itn n n'1 i'. llier- ha I ln w elinnaeii ij.li- In the aeutlnv ea pa.-lty of t he i, era llou.o In ohm! qucrn-it of Hi eontrait tnmle ultli thn man-iuer. The literary aoelrt Im Ken al mi fiMti a(nlii bu 1 tv flrst rtiuram will Im given iiii l'rliluj- nlirht, .Voir Jlih.ul Hie Hull Spring aehool house. 'I'lio .iue.lln!i fur ili'linte will In tln South Afrl.-.ni war, New nfl'i-cr villi nl.n laieltetetl at thn animi ituitltiif ami i-mittlliittnu unit li.lti mti tel. The Chl-llnn i:nteji..r nt,-lnl ttliteli l tu l' -hel I in M" bin Ilrnnii'a nejt I'rl'lnt nlht promlwt tu l-i a u-ry liilere.tiui one. Oyalfr aiiup will form the ult-iil-'r pint of the u fi. ahne-nta. fl I. 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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. H V 0y!rl cnt Tuesday nt N'cl- on- Tit Harrry N-nt Mnml.iy In Ml ml H t aklni loft Tiirnlny for Inrltrl Mli Vlrulf Wlmicr icnt to Mar- i. TucJn.v. ,. X. I'mrnl iitiinii'l l-'illny nli-lit . Vriilll' '" yr. Manli IM of Niilon. k cut yr. iw IIU ' Ml- UoimrJ, una .... m- floral" l'',',,, llntnll .Nov .... i.i Hr J S M 1 In (T left WrilliP.ilny for rj,h Hurt nf Knuo City v.i (In. (i(')r,'li lliunniili lin litrti .... .L t'i. . k. in- pp . , I'. .nll' 'l- -K-lit Moiilnj In ni'i flr, Tliim:i Hull of Nnitou 'iil tUUJ Mr. II. I'- llomilnir t iilcttnlniil lb' Vlntiii a tvlnvh r Mtcmlril tin- i'rf l uin riililiil.'. Altrt Hi mm nml .1. .Mi-dlnnl. fH lluimd; in CIlDutila.t ol lllacklmrn ciit ocnlir in emu)' .cai. U. A. AmuiM .Slut- liank rxtuiilnrr rtt tmuirun) m tl.r i lly. VTm Na lr , iiiiu' In .Suttirtluy nml rciwrrral iiajn In tint city. W H t)Mili ml! li-uv.- Sultmliiy r flttim t o on ii liti.lni-. trip. Illl I'lH-on. mi I Ktl Coiinny went Illu'.ot...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. fi I- He Received the Papir, The Cotton Caveat tell nt a ca.se occurlnir at Wtbrook, .V V, wherein n firm ofncwapaperpuhlliiher' brought milt nnd ohtnlncd Judgment tor t! nnd coti nn uceounl of milncrlptlon rharci. The nilillti'rii inlinlttitl tliat the patty never ordered thn pacr.Ttn faets were not disputed tlmt when thej liouirht In tlio llat of another paticr in Hit toitn, thl party' name wn on fiat ltt, but without hlordrr. The lfi n.I nnt kept on taklnu i!icpacr and then refined to pay on the ground that li'j hrt it iilirrlbcil. Tin- plain tiff argued that th' ceticral rule of law, that a itiaiuuiKt pay for what he receive and it-c, npplle to newnpa r n well n other thlrtr, Mid the ciiirt uittilncl the view. while the occupants were wrapt In lumber purloined two gold watche and a rfllvrr watch with chain, be longing to thn MImc Kemp, In money from Mr. Xcv. Ireland and aliout 2.0t from Mr. Kemp, the pro prietor of tho hotel. Mr. Kemp a. tho outside doom...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' 'Cf-t? For ybuf Attars ' and Your Fires." Patriotism is always com vendible, but in ever? breast i'xtte should be not only the fair: to be a gold citizen, fat to be strong, able bodied tnJwll fitted for the battle of life To do this, pure Hood is absolutely neces sity, and Hood s Sarsapa rilla is the one specific which dtinses the blood thorough k. It acts equalh well for fcth sexes end all ages. Humor " WhtnlnttJA b!ooJ fvrt- nt ntmvT .... - .... .. HM4 I fill, .... n?rMiti" n-.,,. rWcit Eipiiti in the United SUtei. J N Nail je.terilny nliiinliiK () kit IrkncU mi l.lltaltetliliiwn, Ky.,pa- wrwiitalnliii.' n wrllu up of the lnUt birthday of lil mint .Snllle .Shackle- rJ,liu Iiren ut thnt plain ran the (Wile Deniwrnt. UN mint In tl o Ut llrimr Ilaiitlut III Hie uurlil. ttilU Inn a mriuluT of Hint cliiirvli krU-Wj-t-itflit learn. Mm Hlinekle. Im daughter in tin' ivirii o Dr W I' YtiBin, hi ( olumliln, the loretno.t BiptM illrirn' In Mli-.imrl. ( 'iluitilla B...

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. — 17 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. gftttttftftttftttftft tt tt tt tt tt tt ot tt tt' tt tt ss tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt WRIGHTS East Side Square, Marshall, Mo SOME INTERESTING SKIM HEWS, FOR ALL wrmvT TTn tt wiuvjrii g East Side Square, Marshall, Mo. g Prepare for the Oolrt Weather That is to Come Flannel worth l no for - Skirting Suiting Heavy outltiK flannel In light ami dark colors striped and checks - 8!) ,V inch fancy worth 15c for . , striped taffeta skirtinc; ICO inch nil wool novelty outing worth fully &(' for 25c Ginghams nut worth 07c for Good quality hluc nud white, hrown and white mid fancy checked k'k' 05c Pnr, Oootl heavy cotton flannel, the kind Usually rUlllUU sold at 10c for stf Rnnlc alirl hnoc 1 '''i"1 department words will not ex- uoois ana Mines p,theIUMttchavCforyim. Wc .imply invite you to come and examine our hoots and shoes and we will leme the ret to your judgment. Warm Winter Underwear Ijijipf Heavy jersey 1lhlx.1l flee...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOV. '24.. 18!U. NO. . I 'J. CRIMINAL COURT CASES. Collier Fined and Freed. Storts Acquitted. Other Proceedings of the Week. The November term of Criminal Court was opened Monday with numerous cases ol gen eral county Interest, set for trial during its session, several of which have lccii disposed of, Interest has centered in the Collier, llnr nett & Skinner casts, thotiKh numerous others lave attracted considerable crowds to the court room. The grand jury is yet in session, returning indictments for sundry offenses. coi.likk i:sc.fi;s t:.sv. The man who brutally ticat Hlmor Mallard, a boy hireling, for a suspected thcfl, who in the justice court at Ucrndou, w.is given a jail sentence of six months as well as fine Imposed, plead gnl'ty.to find mercy more lenient than a judgement, iu n tjo fine ami costs. Ills case is well rcmemlcrcd nnd his name is George Collier MTUKTS ACtiftTTItll. W. 11. Storts on n charge of c...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I.'Mvrril t the I'ostolTUs-In Marshall, Mo., on minl-claM tnnllfr. TI'.IIMH: JI.OU VV.ll VIIAIt IX ADVANCE PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. HAKSIIAt.t., MISSOt'Kt, NOV. 2J, 1899. A PLEASANT PICTURE New York Sun. Tlic inevitable has happened. There N audi a condition of prosperity mul material growth as the mind of man never imagined and a sense of stability nnd confidfiicc the like of which was never More known. The defeats nnd disasters of peace under Cleveland have been exchanged for the victories of war ami the triumphs of common sense under Mc Kinlcy, whose, administration has had t vo foreign wars to carry to n successful nnd hon orable end, nnd yet at litis stage of its course reduces the national debt by twenty-five mil lions of dollars! The Secretary of the Treas ury's announcement yesterday that he de sired to buy in Government bonds to that amount is. pregnant with instruction for all. Mr. McKinley's Administration adjusted the tariff to the end that mis...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Stcond Number of the High School Lecture Course Repeats its Last Yearn Succcti De lore (Crowded House. jmt as the music loving populace of our American cities looks forward to Grand 0cra qe,,ii, so have Marshall people conic to re gard the l"e vVn which the Itoslou I.mlicii Syniphony Club hold forth in this town. It ,a musical treat, the genuineness of which is easily observed in the nintmcr of its second reception, For if there is nny way of punct tilinR pclfiction anil picking flaws in ideals, better than through repetition when the charms ol ne nens are laid aside, it has not yet hcen catalogued. The house upon this occasion, last Thursday nielli,, was easily what might be called packed, any kind of a seat at a pre mium and standing room at par. Those pres ent included not only local hearers, hut num. erous visitors from other towns and pnits of the county. Slightly delayed In time, hy leasou ol the protracted meetings held upon...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 135 i j i i5 A Beautiful Reception. Never has. there liccn given In Marshall n more ntttstlcnlly com plclc social affalr.than the reception l veil oil Thursday crcniiig liy Miss Nellie Taylor, at her home on Ode! I Ave., In compliment to her guest, Miss Illulc Adair ol the In illan Territory. The hours from y to la, in which some 60 or more quests were enter tained passed like so many mimites to those present .iml unlike most receptions there was a l.ick of stiff nets and ceremony nnd everything tan smoothly from start to finish. The gas lights made very effec tive the profusion of flowers throughout tlie rooms. Chrysan themums in white and pink pre vailed in the front parlor, great howls of them with many white carnations filled every available space, fillliiK the house with their perfume. In this room, ns in nil the others, the chandelier were wound with smllax. The back parlor was done in palms and yellow chrysanthemums. The guests were received by Miss t...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 r OUR BARGAIN DAYS! Have Pleased, the People and are Satisfactory to us. i So hen; we, are with another Ten Daynof Special Hargalnn for CASH ONLY ami Only on layn .mined iih J follows: Thursday, Nov. 23, lliHinvllle I'nlriil Flower 2.0o lluonvlllu Hlnr Flour. 1.7." Friday, Nov. 24. 1.1 llnr Ark Soup "iV 9 liam Clnlrvltc Soup 3So " liurx Drown Hon 2.V IS liar Dandy Hoa 2.V 3 liar. Knlry or lloriix lilt. Only !"' "drill l one nrl,v. Saturday, Nov. 25. S eal. Oil ond fun I.I") 7 l-lli inekagCM Soda 'J.V II parkiui's AAA A riifliv 1.00 17 liarn Dainty Hoap 2.V I III OolonifTra I Hi (iutipowiler Ti'U .'A' Monday, Nov. 27 . Ilounvlllc nr I'ulciit Flour I.Uft II ivllle or Star Flour. . .i.hi I rit i'iip ami nauivra. Unlit Hilj-ht .v.' I Ml cup uiul ruuiirn heavy eli(lit .'A- I M't plntcn, Unlit flulil. .. ."A. I No. I lump II in' 01c I No. 2 lamp line U7c I Ml Durrattd TniiiliK'i... Nc Tuesday, Nov. 28 l.nundry, Wlul or C'rlu lold Klnrvli U7c 7 pai'kn?ci (iold ll...

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. — 24 November 1899

m m m 9 : 9 3 9 9 4 9 9 9 9 9 I a 9 9 9 it r I,jii'titi mi Mnntlfiv. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 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., Below We Give a Few Facts. Muii'h 0.00 black nnl gray clay worsted suits at .-. Mcii'h 1 '.'.()() miiUh In Scotch plaid and fancy stripes, elegantly tailored Men's 15.00 satin lined fancy clay worsted suits tint K'st make Mcii'h l'J double breasted sorgo suits at Men's 0.00 Heaver anil Cldnchllla Over' coatn at Mon'n 0.00 Melton and Kersey Overcoats. all color .... Muii'h Storm ulsters from 8.50 to Muii'h $2 Capo Mackintosh Coatn at Muii'h fi Tan Mackintosh Coats, velvet collar, waterproof .... Mcii'h 'J. 00 rubber lined thick coatn, water proof Muii'h l.:i5 oxlra lieavy duck coats In black and brown .... HoyH' .'1.00 all wool knee suits, well uiado Hoy' '.'..r0 knee suits, extra good value Children's 1.50 two-piece milts at Muii'h 2. 50 custom boots at Mui...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Club Meeting. The T. Q. Club had a delightful meeting on Thursday afternoon with Mi I'' at her home on Capitol Hill, hours from 3 to 6. The object of this club of young ladies Is to have pleasure and from the way they have started in, we think they will succeed. Quite a musical program was rendered upon this afternoon, Misses Martha Ilea, Pa.inic Kin caid, Kmlly Illack and I'ranccs Francisco, being the musicians. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess at four o'clock, con sisting of chicken salad, ham, Ro man punch, olives, celery and cheese straws. This Club has just twelve mem bers and our private opinion i, that it is the handsomest club In the city, not n plain looking girt in it, The following are the mem bers: Miss Agues Langati, Presi dent; Misses Hmlly and I-llcti Illack, I'lela King, Kslclle Dawes, Louise llryaut, Larue Camplivll, Martha Ilea. I'et Parrish, I'rances Francisco, t'auuie Kiucaid and I)cie Orcar. T. 0. Club. The T. Q. Club which ha...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. (lJl l)iugtoii un Monday. MISSOURI BANKERS MEET. Highly Sueceufut Meeting of Rtpre ttn'atiTM ol Binki In Croup V. Tuetday it Mrthtl. A good representation from tho bank o( I lie fifth Mlaaourl group of tbo tal organisation, held their an nual Call inciting at the MUtlctoe Club room In till city, Tueaday. Tho local banker pronoun It one uf the moat enjoyable and aucccaaful meet Ing cut held li.v any dlatrlct, cum prlalng country banki. Almul twenty Ave vlattlng reprearntatlvo were here, to profit by tlit- illacuailon of tuhjivt relative, to their dutlc nnd Inlcrcat. The program liail ln arranged with much care, living curried out ul moat exactly u arranged. Oco It Ilarrlaon Jr, of (lluagow, acted an chairman; uhmi liclng called to order, ltcv J F Ki niH'r offered tho Invoca tion, followed by. I I' llu-ton In mi nd dicn of welcome. Tim order of limine- wu then tn ken up and the following piii.r lend: t?cfulnca of Hanka, Mr Frunk 1 Hay, l'realdcnl Mo Hanker Aoc...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. At Tht Woman's Congreta. At rcctnl meeting of tlii Woman' I'unpron at lllrmlngham, Alabama, vno of tl' leading kt of that city, publMica the wordjof tho chairman, VIra ltlolinrd 1' John. on, In Introduc ing .Mrs Mildred Pierce, cdltrcaa ol ihrtllronclle .ltt. iimea, and well known to many Marahall iciplc. It a' followal "We women all ntn t that our 11 ml nJ chief duty h ' or 'inmca, that fundamentally we are the earn takcra, K our hiiabunda, falhcra anil lirnthcrs arcthc lurail wlnnrrn n the nation. WftUo know that, granted the mra Ion ami propriety of tialng it, women are fully capable of taking care of tlicm-chea. In the ruplil lilting up ol te places In the South, anil the ftlrrlngt'oiiiKtitloii which nrlaca from loner lucrative position than there arc men to (III. the women of the South, their alatcra of the North jtira ago learneil, were compelleil to frtl ami know that It Ik becoming mure ami inoro Iniportnnt (or tlirm to know how to provide for thciua...

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. — 24 November 1899

tHE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CASH IS POWEE ... 5 m.- , , , I IixIiil'Iiiii nu Momlav. 1 Cash is tnc lover that moves everything and forever puts to rest long winded g jf: Prices. Coods well bought are half sold so said. This store is full of Bar- 3: gains in all of its Depaitmcnts. We handle good goods and we make every -3: thin" we sell satisfaclorv. We carry a' full line of fit i x si 1 '1 "T ..ii Staple Dry woods ami rsouou, g and we do not allow any man or set of men to ' undersell us on same. Olotlllll0' is complete in all of it blanches, with the" Newest stock i-w i W , of Clothing in Marshall, and at prices that shame com- Departiiieiii; .. . , , f f ,, 1 petition. Remember we cleaned out most all our old Clothin at Auction last winter. Look through this stock before you buy. GrloVO Here is a snap. We lately bought 5 sample lines ol g i-k j i Cloves and Mitts, at a very low price and we arescl!in' iJepaviineiii . . . .,' . .... t 1 these goods at about hall price. 1 hey are going...

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. — 24 November 1899

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Karl Slatnm H'iit Htimluy In St. (.outs. , Mr. Mori I'lpcr won it vlnltor In ourclty Saturday. T. II- Klncnlil n( St. IjmiU. vl.ltru Mirthall till" week. Tictli HlIi' J Hltliuut pain liy utl. Tllilnlts llio DrnlLt. Harry Doolry returned Saturday (rum Hcnton County. Mcmm Chat l-'inlicr mi 1 flint l.noy pent Friday limiting. The only llurnt-y J Yi'KUMiu at u ra liuii-v Saturday nlnlit. Itolwrl Ilwcll intit Sunday with frlciul In tlio country. Ml.l)(lly Keltclt Jf Mt. LeonurO, wa n rlnllor Hatmilijy. Mr. atid Mm. f. W. I'Iht haw re turned from a vl.lt to St. IjhiI., fill. Vlnee Marmmliikc h turned Saturday evening from St. I.oiil. fiintfrvnnman Cooney uml ttl( led Wednesday (or Wu.hluittoii City. fliurllu (lllpln linx Urn nn tliu ulct Hit (orovcr a Kirk, liut l tip again. Mm V C Price anil Mm Uiwr were Ciiot. ol Mm Tom I tollman Saturday. John ArmMrmiK nml Jcpku Irvln rnt Sunday with friend, at Slater. lAionil. lm Ju.t rrcclviul a (rcli lutrcl o...

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. — 24 November 1899

w-,.-..-w-; THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. Tlr I'lirMluu llndrainr nodal at Mr Uia llronu' lint 1'rlday night n n liccliliil mnvew. The crowd wu law mill the j utini; k-iI iimu" il Ihcm-c1!!' In many wain noir.e pin) iil jtainr In the nioontli;ht, while otlirif hiiiuii tlii'tniH'Ui") wllh crnkl wile ami currom. Mr (rr ami Mr Itudcr furnlnhcil nomc teiy nice mil on vliillii ami ortfau. A kiicmIiii content look place; it wan looking at word for ncnleui'en Ill a ridiculous waj.e IT.! nlwnyii tired, iui correctly a wugoti whind. Mle l'.uld Kiilkrrnnn ami Jennie Scnilioroujjh lied on nnclii;f the tfrcatct llimilnT, ami Micilti.'Moii wnmadnly gucnnlng a ctrtulii pujjc In a hook. Tin' prize, u Iwuutlliil lunik, wan awarded IoMIm Hcarlirui;h. "Why I Never Mar ried" wa Hit- aulijivt of an untuning ivi'llntlou yUcn lij neicn )ir1r and liojn. O.t ntcr roup nan fiirnNhid for 1 ! u unrU'Ut' nanir a eonioal nonif cillttcil "Johnny Smoker." I)r Timii Mi l iiiiuii, of Mt l'ii...

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