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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

The Saline Republican. VOL. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1809. NO. 18 TWO MARSHALL MEN ARE NOW MISSING! One A Rogue Who Has Taken Some One Else's Clothes and Gone The Other Has Disappeared For Untold Reasons to Parts Unknown. MCB1UDK,THK BAD BAttUEK, TtmN8 HIS BACK UPON MARSHALL, LEAVING SOME IN THE LURCH- A man who claimed to hail from Jacksonville, III., not long ago, struck Marshall and soon after found employment In his own trade at the Hotel Hurt limber shop. He had n very flashy red mustache, which served to make liim known, as everyone who saw Win, of course, inquired an to "whnt It was". After n stay of nearly a month and a half, during which time he boarded at Hotel Hurt, he came to the conclusion that he was at the height of his popularity and to remain longer would be folly, for the people would find out what a common fellow he was. Sunday night, he folded his tent as silently as the Arabs, to bid his creditors a final farewell and disappea...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

THE REPUBLICAN. Pbcy H. VAMDvitBTlMhor: Issued every Friday morning; - Htnered'at the post Office at Minball;Mo., asKcond clan mail matUr. Tklkmionk, No. 9. Friday, January 20, 1899 The fifth election of CocVrelt hat furnished the country editors of Democratic faith another chance to laud their hero to the skies. It's a chance that comes hut once in six jears, but Cockrell has given them five times "fora'lhat" The good roads movement which It is to be hoped will receive more than a hearing at Jefferson City has entered upon a good road by introducing the resolution of Mr, Bailey relative to that subject, which was adopted by the couvtn tlou held In this county last fall. The state buildings at Jefferson City which were complete In every particular shortly over two years ago when Jefferson City was putting up a hot fight against tin; Scdalia contingent, have now been dccl.tr cd regular fire trap and sadly in need of appropriations that run tip In the hundred thousands. When the truth...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

IrTyou ( I wait I We ire sure you do not. Nobody wants It. Uul It comci to msny thoussnds every yeir. Itcomci to Ihoie who hive hid couchi and colds until the throst Is raw, and the lining membranea of the lungs ire Inflamed. Stop your cough when It flrtt appears, and you remove the great Us(er of future trouble. Cherry I tpeciorai stops courIis of all kind. It docs so because It Is a tooth Ins nj heallncremrdynf Rrcat power. This mikes It the creat es! preventive to consumption. Put one of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plnslcrsovcryourlungs A whola Ntdleml Library F r. mtttlotl Adflom m. Wm litft lh tirlnitr tTt lf ntn rf lh m., mli.-nl phjtirUM lull. l'ltr4 Mtl-t. I Mwl iwr. It Bl llHtm ff ittti.rf tmi ni4iral fir. ,! tfrij til lH HI- Uf In fiHtr c- Va lit.., ML J.C. IV 111, GOOD NEWS AHEAD. The North U South Boad ia Sight Eat Tor Uoir Long Not Known. l'rotu the Scdalla Democrat, we gain the following Information in regard to the present statu ol the long and much talked of Not th & ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

imRBPUBLICAN, ' uinmmmt, too: 9. '.xl.iri .. '1 ' 1.1 MltlAV. llUllltV 1 illnn. - . ... J LOCAL NLWS Do yon tike the Rkpudlican? Miss Kelt Mason is still quite lick. Miss Culver Is convalescing, af ter u attack of grip. Vcndome Hotel. Rates ft and 1.50. Meali a j cents. Miss Mary Northern was report cd quite sick Wednesday. L. P. Vlley has been quite sick, at his home on Arrow St. J. 1. Huston made a business trip to St. Louis last week. O. T. Goodwill returned from Kansas City Saturday night. M. C. Chaffee and wife visited relatives at Malta Iktid rcccully. The Misses Luwis, of Malta Ucud, were in shopping Saturday. II. II. Downing went to West Plains Sunday to be gone all week. P. M. Cotbiu, of the Corliiu Commission Co., was in the city Saturday. W. J. Voorhccs and wife left Monday for Kansas City for a visit to relatives. Mrs. McDonald and little sou, of Sedalia arc visiting relatives at Ming') Hotel. Hverything advertised iu'the Hi: rtmucAN Is n bargain. Watch its columsfpr goo...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

Onm Dome Tn tt i lory. When your bead ftctmi, and you feel MHour, conitl patcd, and out f turov with your momarn pour ana no appetite, jut buy ft packaco of Hood' Pills And Uk doM, from I to 4 illti. You will b lumrlwd it hum uallr tbr U da Ihtlr work, cur your hradfteha anil bUlouanraa, route ttio Href and make srou fcl hkMir tetln. 21centi, Bold bjr all rjudlclusdMkra. jt MAILSIIALL market. To be corrected weekly by the Ri:runUCAN for the, benefit ol its farmer friends. Wheat, per bu Com, " " Oats, " " Apples " I'.vaporated apples, per lb. Sundried Irish potatoes, per bu.... Sweet Turnip " Cabbage per lb Iigg. per dot 1 35 10c He 50C $1.00 3C IOC Uutter, per It ii'Ac Chickens, old hens, cr lb. 4jjc " young, per lb... 4ic Roo'tcrs, per lb sc Turkeys, hens, per lb 7c Turkeys, gobblers, pcrlb... 6ic Ducks, per lb 4c Geese, per lb i)ic Sides, per Hi . 7c Hams, " " 10c Shoulders, per Hi Hides, dry, per H No ! 10 to 13c tides, green, per lb He Feathers, per lb 30 to 37 Wool, tub washed,...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

s" asaaaaaiiiflaflMaVrw C-'tjH- TIMETABLE- 'Tnlu TmVxnEM Thing But atlJIlatiacMafia laalrll ' rimumi i trans.!.. ii mii ni mm. Dan... ta Si L i K U l(aaraaa.40r llrMaatn jftk 0 llMIIM. iallr lllta ill a a I ttaai 111 aaa in Dalijaaaait l.adar. All alaaf train 1 apiat TWaa, Waa A. SaittT, Aft, HO rAOlTlO BY TIME TABLE. J. rH. A L IHtlalon. AttlOCHD' IX. lt4. SaHa... III, '" II to. I 00 p. M ut soesn ... ............. . ..Mli. J. C. rnaaiu Ataa a LOCAL NEWS Do you take the Kkpuiilican? For the lcst oysters go to Loomls. j jotf. Mn. Win. Putsch is ou the tick Hit this week. Cary Duncan left Monday on his trip. George Orear went West Sunday afternoon. John llryaut spent Sunday in Kansas City. Will Striker returned from St. Louis Friday. W. K. Parrish was on the !!ck list this week. Try I.oomls for cclcljrati.il home made chocolatrs. John llooth made n business trip to Centralis Tuesday. W. It. Weekly spent Friday at his farm near Hcrndon, Miss Annie Guthrcy returned from St. Louis on Fr...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

Hood's Calendar -g QAA If perfect beauty, I OalVf patriotic, up to dale. J-VJl" Subjocli "AN AMK1UCAN GIRL" One ol the hiniliomeit piece) ot col or work Utiied (hit year. Mllio. graphed, with border ot army and navy emblem) ctabotied In gold. kava tour nam with jour druggltt and aik hlro to lava you a copy or cod 4 centi lo itampt tor one to C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Man. (MssUm Ms flt Remember Hood' 8arfaparllla l America'! Greatest Mcdlclno tor tbe Dlood and tlis Ileal that Money Can lluy. Hence tako only Hood'. ''Dont'i" for Hew OoDgTwmegt Tho following don'ta" are written for the ciprclal benellt ot the new Ilep reaenlallve), who will conio lolo of flco March 4, Don't antagonize Speaker Kccd. Make him your frleod, and you will gat along awlmmlogly. Mako hiru your enemy and be will crush you. Don't ask I o be placed on tliv Itulea Committee. If you do you will prob ably get a icat la theconimttlco which looli after the ventlllatlon of tho I'oitoMco Department. Don't make your...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 27 January 1899

I'arm oJ about 35 acres, 5 room bouse, good wattr. aoo J ' laat tM fAiidi nrAlmrrl t( Mllla. frftttl CliT. . lliPlall(laVteipfu trtirllry oird' flock ralatng Immediate" 1 40 acrcH unimproved farm In Oregon County, iji miles from county Mat. 10 per acre. , 1 100 ncres unimproved farm In Crawford County. 3 miles frf)jy, Railroad station.-, ,o per acre. 6d acres fairly' well Improved farm, it miles South 011 4 For Sale or Exchange A StiUlla road. 39 acres, Arrow Rock. I'rlcc Mortgage 7Jo. fairly well improved, 3 miles Northwest of Price $.1oo. Mortgage of 373. 5 miles South; miles So acres welt improved farm oil main road. Will trade auy of aliovc for town or country property in Saline County. K. CAMPBELL, JR., Land, Loan and Insurance. First door North of I'ostoflice, Marshall, Missouri. from tha Plalni. llllO good Mr (1 Kbcrlo It iiltg tick. Mrs Mcichado In reported irk. Itoad gutting In lolrrablu ahapo again. Kilw'u Hiker nml lady were In Mar shall Monday. ', Turn (iodtuati li aiiff...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

The Saline VOL. VIII. . MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1809. NO. 21 Republican. r: J ' DULANEY HUOS LOST- I title; con't generally by consent. WW Kendall Boot Shoe Co OaMAgaiatF.-W.BufiumThrawnaotof vs B Franklin, attachment; con't generally by consent. SnolTord Bros Dy Goods Co vs B Franklin, attnehment; con't gen crally by consent. Rice, Stlx & Co vs Joseph Wil Oonrt After Etldenca of Plaintiffs Had Been Introdnctd. The case o( Dnlaney Bros, lum ber dealers ot Slater against I'. W. Huffimi, secretary and manager ot son, replevin; con't generally by LaCrosse Lumber Company which (consent has been before the Circuit Court Madison William vs Mary Per- of this county lor almost n week, guson, partition; con't generally suddenly terminated 1 uesaay jjy consent morning. The suit was lor wo,- n r iiriahiw.n nlinp vClia ooo and the allegations charged i(igari t0 tcvvc judgment; writof mat me iicicnuam, a niciuuer ' .!. fne ,, i revive . ltdiiment I ftr.intrtl ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

HiilaMI':flallllllllMRll-llMffiMnffl r THEREPUBUGAN, : : CI, '. 1 : 1 Pkhcv H. VanDvm, Hdllor. Issued every Friday morning. Entered at the Post Office at Marshall, Mo., as second diss malt matter. TklxphoNk, No. 9. Friday, Piisuuauy 17, 1899. BRIM THE OHA30B8 HEARER HOME. The State Tribune has lately begun n merles of articles by prom inent Missouri Democrats, the first being a contribution fiom the pen of Congressman Dockery. who launches a vigorous attack upon Republican extravagance, show Ing the Increase In government ex penditures In the past ten yenrs to have been one billion dollars. The evil Is an acknowledged one, yet at the same time both a de manded and regretted one. There must be Instilled Into the Ameri can temperament a desire for economy at home, and not an In cessant seeking after some govern ment extravagance to be lavished upon them, before citations of this evil can ever be the means of ac complishing good results. The Sundry Civil. River and Harbor and Appropria...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

it Hangs If li onlr health. w mltht let It cllnt. But ll It cou(i. One cold no tonner pioct off before Mother comei. But It'i the me eld cpugb til the time. And It'i the nmt old ttory, too. There It flret the cold, then the couth, then pneu monlt or consumption with the long tlcinett, tnd life tremb ling In the btltnce. loosest the fnip of jroureoufh. The contettion of the thrott nd limit It removed til In lUmmttfon It tubdued the ptrtt trt put perfectly tt red tnd the cough drapt twtr. It bit no dltetud llMuet oa which to btnf. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster drivt out InfltmmiHon of tbc UOgt Ajtilm KinrmWf w ft MMInl fMrt rnu litem httMrMMfHtifiut rinf. dot-tor ttf. Tm wilt mttf Lwvfil, Mai Oonotj Court Proceeding up U Wtdnet' d.jMlfbt. Feb. 6, 1899 Court met In rcg' ular session. Present Hons J T Stouffer, T W King and R C Haniia, Judges; K K L Smith, Clerk ami Jos Wit noil, Slicrin. Coutt opened by SIicrilT. Assessed valuation of $30,000 on personal property, reduced to 3,ooo...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

REPUBLICAN, 'TtLWMOKK, No: Fkiday, Pkbhuabv tjVisri- I LOCAL NEWS. For lb best fresh oyoters go to Loomls. Mrs. O. N. Mason le(t Friday to visit relatives- The last week has been a rich' harvest for our plumbers. Mrs. C. L. Lacker made Iter usual trip to Marshall Monday. Miss Calthea Campbell 'left Sat urday for her home In Lexington. The Aristotetiau's met .with Mrs. C. II. Parent on Saturday after noon. We are glad Indeed to know that Denny AHhouse is improving right along. The finest fruit cake ever baked any where, la to be found at Loomls. James Rich of Slater was talk lug life insurance to our people Saturday. When you want the purest and best homemade caudles, get tlictn at Loomls. We are sorry to learn that Mrs Fannie Clark lias been sick with pneumonia. Mrs. K. 1-;. Morris wilt leave next week to visit her parents in Mlsilssippl. J. M. Scott and little daughter, uf Nashville, Teun., are visiting relatives here. George L. Chappclt aud Justice Samuel Urady were here Friday fr...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Indicate (Lit your lifer It out ot order, Tbe best medicine to route Ibe liter and care all these till, l found In Hood's Pills ti cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. MARSHALL MARKET. To be corroded weekly by tlic Rh uiii.ican for ttic benefit ol it, farmer Iricnd. Wheat, per bit Cow, " " Oats, " " Apple " " Uvaporntcd apples, per Sundricd I mil K)tatoc, cr bit . ... . Sued " " Turnip " Cabbage per lb HgRt. per do. lluttcr, per lb Chicken, old hens, per lb " young, per lb.. Koo-tcrs, per lb TurkcjH, hen, per lb.... Turkey, gobbler, per lb., Ducks, per II (Scce, jwr lb ,T. Side, per lb Hams," " Shoulders, ier M 70c 3ic jJc S -35 toe 8c 60c 1.00 3C 3C JC 3 "-' luc ;c Hides, dry, per Hi No to l.c llide,grccn, per II 7 to y'ic I'cathcr, per Hi ,10 to 37 Wool, tub washed, " " sjc " unwashed, " " 17 to 18c " burr' lr Hi 11 to 13c I'lour, first grade, per cut $.,15 " second " " 2.10 1. 1)0 50c " third " Meat, per bu. ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

C- & A- TIMETABLE Trains' Fan Marshall Oolog Cut. ItMlll.J Kip. l.cLlcjonvl.lUml, In f!2ti"M . , Ml tool lnlM.. . 4 lt It Hll fc4 K ttaa. fl.lt r " A It e uiid. J.ilj , l!lM, 1 lit W A.Uiitir,A--l. l0 PAOinO BY TIME TABLE. (.CH. A L.UI,l.l.m. BiirkorKfi' its, tiR4.dm.. , Itl.ArtiiM . tlHU. M .tl.tsi. m win Hot-mi j. ;. rimm i. . J LOCAL NLWS. Rev. W. R. Dobyns spent Tues day in Boonvllle. Minor Cooper made n sliott visit to friends at Pulton this week. Money to loan at 5 per cent. I6tf K. 11. Tavi.ok. Little Jim Donclioo has been quite' sick tills week, tmt is lx.-tti.-r. Will I-etniard lias ln.-t.-ii .it luimo quite sick with llic gtlp (or some day. Wc arc sorry to learn tliat Mrs. I,- I1. Vlley has had n relapse of tlio Klip. James Waller nnd wife, of Malta llcndi braved the cold niul shopped in Marshall Tuesday. Miss l'eatl I'arrlsh returned Saturday from a delightful visit to friends nt Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis left Saturday for Molcrly which will be their home...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

Pains Have Left ma Wr In Arms, houtdart net Llmb-Bgn Taklni Hood' raaparlDt and Nevr dm All Her Work. I wai troubled w lib paloe In the imall el tor ,na ln Pr9 x anna, houlderl and limbs. I ru at. times lo lost I cool' hardly do toy work. The nudklaea prescribed for me did not do ,DJ (ood inoiuo firm op tn nop 01 told n to try Hood's Heraeparllle tnd I dlJ to. When I had teksn It a short time beesa to feal better. Tho pains begin to Iti, and now, after Uklof Ave bol llet, I have dodo of tba palne and can do all mf wor i isei met i am eorw lliniK MCDOWSLL, Hlgbee, Missouri. WOnaeriuicurTpu, fKiumuitixii novum. Uletri.Horre, Kropllont, fjsptpsls, and cshef dltetase, prove tba great curative, 140OQ purilius iwwcn i Hood's Sana parllla Taa tfit In fat tba On True Wood. Flutter, Hold tf tlldrunliu. rats II i m lor is. Hood't Pills ONE CASE IN CAltltOLLTON Smallpox Scourge at Bosworth Greatly Improved Lut Week. JiiT. Anderson, acclioo foreman of Ihn tnla I'm Pull m,l I,, ll... km. 11. pot...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 February 1899

W. W. ROSE, LIVE STMX ADD GENERAL AUCTIONEER. Sate made anywhere in the United States. MARSHALL, MISSOURI. SAlT SI'RINOS Mr. Joseph Himll a wealthy real eelala agent ol Marshall, and Mlit Nellla Welch, one ol Bait Spring' charming young ladle, wen married it Sbacktlford at lira o'clock, Tuci lay morning, by ratl.tr liogan. The contracting parlies lid Immediately (or California, where they will pcnd their honeymoon. We unite In wish ing the couple a happy aail prosper oua Journey through IK. fhl weather eem to put unusual Ilia In the 8. 8. horse. Harry Orr wa kicked by una lait wccki ho mi only allghtly Injured however Mltsce Julia and Laura Whlltlelnn ware the guests ol Mr, fS ( Thornton Tuciday and Wednesday. CD Ilacon and Wm McClvllmd were among Marihall vliltori Friday. Mlia'Krancci Mauplu, ol Marrltall. Ii Ihn guctt ol Mm lllalr. 0 II llacou attended service in Mnlla Hand Sunday. Harry Hader returned Ironi Vcrnnu Co., Monday night. Mm. Tha)er wa shopping In Mai. shall Wednesday....

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

if The Saline : Republican. VOL. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1899. NO. 22 1, COLD COMES AGAIN. Aootber BuWd Bweeps Down on Ithv loorl. The spring weather of the first part of the week didn't long pos sess the good favor of the gods of winds and storms, and though Mis sourians looked upon it with most favorable and approving smiles, they were uot attractive and forci ble tnouch to retain the touch of Spring. Tuesday weather reports foretold a fall ol t nitty digrecs in the mercury and though belated to the extent of nearly 30 hours, the billiard at last arrived In the form of a cold north wind, carrying In its breezy gales the best of Indlca lions for a heavy snow-storm. Kvcry vestige of the warm weather was taken southward and placed in winter confines, while snow and Ice again reign over the changeable Missouri climate While the snow fall was slight and did not come up to the dire predictions of those who grumble over our fickle weather, the mer cu...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

i, THEPUBLICAN? Wknr I. YAH DUE, Editor 1 r TKutmcmit, No. g. Friday, Pkbkcakv 30, I899. TIE P10 POSED AMENDMENT. ttale democracy makes of' serving the Interests o( the people and fa 1 tLw ' . . rcii'guvciiiiiirill. 1 lie patty which once believed in "state tights" 110 longer give eveo the cities-' the" right to rtiir their police department. "Tin-con scntpf the governed" U a favorite theory when juggling Issues before the people, in an effort toarrav I nvt all Ml lll iu Rjr The Direct Legislation Lcauue .... .1 f Sl , " nsumiisiu uguuisi ujc auuunisira urging me present t0l) bul in Missouri, It Is not ap iu luumu 10 me people pc,i by ,he ,llajor,y p,ty. ""reHUBiini 10 me state consu lui.uM provtaius- inai all law . . ... .. . , - . . ue nun who receives uisscs is " w proposea ov tne motile be- 1 . ..- ...1 ... .... . ui H.-USI &aic iiuhi uooson Kisses '' ney may tie considered by tne 5Baiure, ana tlial Me r ent be stii.,. t. t ...-.!.. I 1 waa vcijr litre iu mating given the pe...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

1 u? I IS YOUR Putctr esanfocd and approved. Account of C. Oscr examined and approved; warrant if sued fori same. Bait SprlBgstLsetar. The .citizens of that good com munity' of Salt Spring recently had the opportunity of hearing a TUNING GRAY? Whit doea your mirror say? Doea It tell you or tome llttl ttreata at mv? Are YOU pleased? Do your Meads o( the aame ate itiov tblt Iom of power alto? 1 Jutt remember that ara hilr never becomes dirter without help, while dirk hair rapiair Becomes gray i nca.ua t once ua cnanfa dcioi. I Amp's Hair j will bring back ta your balr the color of youth. It never falls. It la luit as aura aa that heat melia a now, or that water quenches tire. It cleanses the scalp alas and prevents the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luiu riant growth. It steps the balr from falling out and gives a One sort floltb to the balr as well. W. Mt Wnk mi tb nut 4 Snip bli r may buia It nvv'L-.. ....... . .t. -.. 1U11...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

the Republican, Ttiffwopfa No. 9. 'Fudav, FkmuaiV 24, 1899. Omf I'm Treacle During the past week, there has been considerable talk of scandal In the management of the Poor l'ann, bat the charges made by certain organ have not yet been eatabliahed and the burden of proof certainly tend to vlndl cate Mr. Oaer in hia management of the (arm. It has the semblance of army scandals and all kinds of reports were scattered, which, In the light of good evidence do not seem welt-founded. The trouble arose, when John Hughes an ex-convict and an in rante of the Farm, who has been discharged a number of times for disorderly and unruly conduct and only re-entered upon promises of future eocxl behavioi, came to Marshall Saturday rooming badly disfigured as a result of a beating, he claimed to have received from Oser, unprovoked by any act of himself. Mr. Oser's side 01 the cae, is that when he came huinc from town, he found Hushes in n very hilarious and independent frame of mind, as n result of to...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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