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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Rakthres EaterttuMd. Mr. and Mrs- Abiel Leonard en tertained their relatives at supper, oa Friday evening, in honor of Leverett Leonard who is visiting here from Kansas City. The even iag was one of real enjoyment Mr. and Mrs. Leonard are both de lightful entertainers, and an even lag with them surrounded by their interesting family, who from the oldest to the youngest are musi daasjs a pleasure indeed. That were present: Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Leonard, 'Misses Kdith and Dora Leonard. Mr. Wm Leonard from Miami, Indian Ter ritory! and Leverett Leonard, Jr., the guest of honor. Pierian Ciuh D. C. Gore, J. B. Harris, J. E. Ragsdate and W E. Mansur; T. W. Hunter, N. McMjers and A. F. Rector, Managers. During the lodge j-ervices, an or chestra composed of the following gentlemen, Homer Hntton, Messrs Hatfield and Scott on horns and clarionet gave some good music that was well received. During the evening some eight or ten applied for membership. After the officers...

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. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ' Ttogttmlft Games. A throughly novel nnd enjoyable event iu society was the party on Friday evening given by Miss Bruce Marroadukc, as a compli ment to her niece, Miss Rosa Mil ler of Kentucky, to some eight or ten couples who spent the early part of the evening playing cards, crokiuole and niloc, all of which held the nttcntion of those taking part in the garaw, until nn old woman called, vi:o claimed to lc a fortune teller, and of course games were at once forgotten, and every body wanted his or her for tune told first. Many events pe culiar to the livesof each were told, after a careful examination of the palm, most of which was calculated to make each victim more hopeful of the future, nnd it is useless to say that n rousing good time was the result; the fun of it nil was that no one knew who the fortune teller was, or from whence she came until late iu the evening, when she turned out to be Mis Mary Breathed, who deserves credit for having so perfectly...

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. — 19 January 1900

THI MARSHALL KlHJBUCAfi LOCAL IN RIEF. Sd Brown of Oroarvllle, was a vlsl tor on Saturday. H. H. Harris, cast of town, was a visitor Saturday. A. P. Rector left Monday night for St, Loula on business. Claude Colvert returned to school at Boonvlllo on Monday. Mrs. Mort Piper was one of the shoppers in our city on Saturday. Millinery good (oi! half price et Misses Mick It Coheaour's. tf Mr. Hanson of Kansas City spent Sunday inthecity, thogucstof frlonds Born to Mr. and Mrs.C. D. Wilson of Covington, Ky.. Jan. I4th, WOO, a son. Ft. 1. Scncur returned Mondav from a short visit to relatives at Fay tie. James Waller, of Malta Bend, at- leaded to business In the county scat, Saturday. John Armstrong, Lon Orcar and Phllo Klng,spcnt Sunday with friends at Slater. Mrs. Mary Slater, one of our popu lar county school teachers, was in the city on Saturday. Mrs. Marcellus Gauldln of tho coun ty, was the guest Suturday of her sis ter, Mrs. J. W. Carter. Miss Shuila Napton was tbeguestof her aunt,...

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. — 19 January 1900

i 4 THE HUWHA tL MPUBLICAfi a I ROCKERS. AAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAmAiAAAl To every person that Buys $25.00 worth of goods at my store will be given one of those Solid Oak Rockers free of charge. Don't fail to call for coupons. We do not only give you a Rocking Chair Free, but we will sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hatt, Etc, for less money than any firm in Saline Co. We want to make 1900 our banner year. Yount to please, Northeast Corner Square. M. PC. FARMER. Eeal Estate Tranfto. It 8 McDaatelto'PMcbanlell3. Kl ft 24, 62, 21, $400. VHelliWrwia'wf (bytr) to JHelK man, 40 a 28, 61, 21, WOO. J M Blankenshlp to J T wllion, lot I, bile 1, M add Sweet Springs, 1500. T Landon to J Oaks, 00 ft 21, 40, 22, 4I.M0. T Landon to C Oak, 35 a 10, 4, 22, 1,060. C L Hall and wlto JP Huston, lot 47 E Marshall $5,700. J B and L N Dysart (by tr) to Lutla N Dysart, lota 3 and 4, blk 0, S add, Marshall, $600. .C L Hell to W E Hall, 100 a 7, 49, 20, $1600. Sarah M Norvell to G E...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

I THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ( Tin "Haft" Asslgiwnt, T Involco has been taken of the stock pt the "Hub" which assigned not long incc. Tho Marshall stock Invoiced '41,400 and the Mexico stock 12,700. 1 The stock will likely pay about twenty cents on tho dollar. Bids for the stock In bulk will bo received up to January 18th, when the whole bust- I ness will bo cleared up. Mexico Ledger. Remarkable Sescue. Mrs Michael Curtain, Plalnflold, 111., makes tho statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by her family physicians, but grew worse. IIo told her she was a hopeless victim of con sumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consump tion; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself Itencfltcd from Unit dose. 8he continued its uso and after taking six bottles, found her self sound and well; now does her own housework, and Is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottle of this (rent ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL ftFUBUCAN. hem m smt. Our Store is Full of Items of Interest to All January Shoppers. Our Embroidery and We have just opened the first arrivals in White Goods Sale . 3fk Spring Styles of Is in full blast. We are showing excellent values 1ercals and '"ghams. and the largest and best selected lot ever opened in . . . . , , Marshall. TheKdges we offer at 5, 7, 10, 12, 15 and The Ftnt S--Pent of a B.g Stock of 19c are not to be beaten anywhere. Straw Mattings We are Making Special Prices on UT Is ready for your inspection. j Towels and Table Linens. J A Big Cut in All A discount on all Ladies and Gents' ' Cloaks and Winter Underwear and Hosiery. Jackets I 3ST MAYER SO fl6l6IMI?IJ6l?l6l l?lfll .vfl -40CAIlN-ftltlEF It B. Taylor spent Tuesday In GUI Judge later. Winning spent Monday In Monday for .f offer- H. C. Ross loft ob City. John Eubank of Slater wan h Mar kali Monday. A. D. Stewart spent a few days In the olty thin week. T. W. Hunter, of the county, was a visitor Tuesd...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Pat BaunderA of tho Wear Rough er Dry Rood Co of St I.onl. was In thee It) Wednesday. W. J. Ilrnitdclil of Bt Louis In In the elty In the Interest of cotno Life linurnnce Co. Dr. Mllckr of lflggliitvilli mul Ucv. J. A. frelghtou of Mlatul, wcic In Marshall Tuesday, the guests of .1. I Woodbrldgo uuil family. Mr. IM jUmildlti ictmncil tu licr lonje near lllosror on Moiuluy, after abort visit to Iter daughter. Mvc. Claude Cauldin of ilil' city. Ml Oritur returned front u visit to Oeearvllle on Tuendoy. She was accompanied by Mlsu Laura Orfar who will make u vMt. Kiln? Ktmiiu (itcclan. of tHomcr, r lu .larid:aUTucday. The young lady was eurotite tu Manhattan, Kan where nlie will attend hcIiooI. .1. 1.. .Motrin. nvMirltliiii i:1imU at I. II. Franklin dviitf tore, wu call ed, to home in Uuiiecton Saturday on iiucoiinl of the lllnexw of hi uin'.hci'. Adolpli Striker of 'yvcitevlllc. At-kun-OK. nit'lvcd home tblr wwfc for a rtalt of u mouth. Adnlph'i many friend ut...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. M was served by the hostess, assist Jay MesdauiM F. K. Bad W. Carter, .41 repaired to the d lata room, where Um young people danced u&ttl the Jwee nail" hours bade them depart, taking Mr. and Mr. Weaver for a s delightful evening, thoroughly en jejrod by all. SALT 8FRNCS ( Chan. Harbor left Friday for lon. Mra. Fobs I reported belter thin W. Ctfhdlf and famtlr spent Sun lay1 aear Crctcher. I' , J. W. Brown It wearing a bandage ver a aura eye this week. Prof. Win. Campbell sient Butur av and Sunday with hi 'parents in Marshall. 4 Miss Ells Bauer who la staying in .Marshall thin winter spent Sunday With her parents. . , rotu Hiair, or siatiniou. ill., came lu Nouduy morning answer to n tolcgraiu announcing the illueo nf til- ' mother. . J. A. Orr Mold a bunch of heifers to Can. Brown -for 14.25 mid bought omo ea'vcs from him at S0.25 per Hundred. Conrad IJumra wife und mod, Frank, were in Marshall Saturday Acurlnar ttua iukhiimi ntx- nf .1... land that the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 19 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RrtSlory Rep atea. Judge Samuel Davis, of Mar shall, has ipent the most of the week in Kansas City trying the Wclla cast. Jttlge Davis is a prominent politician in central Missouri, and was once a member of the legisla ture from Saline county. It is told of him that at that time, the rats were troubling the farmers very much, and that as an induce meat to exterminate them, he in- tranced n bill authorizing the couaty clerks to give a bounty for every icalp brought in. The bill was not passed, but for many years Judge Davis was recalled by this reference to his public career. His publ'c service has not becu limited to this kind of work, however. No maa in his county stands hiahet1 than he docs. Monday's Kansas City Times. Miss Loula Cordcr. List Monday's Kansas City Journal had a pretty picture of Miss Loula Corder, of Waverly, and spoke of her as follows: "Miss Ioula Corder is one of the nrctti est and most popular girls of this town. She is the daughter of ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. mi. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JAN. 2b 1900. NO. 51. MING MURDER CASB. Jury of Twelve Selected from Veneir of Sixty Mm mi Tria! of James V. Mtag Charged, With Murder in Flnt Dgree, Opened Thursday. The trial or James W. Ming, charged with the marder of Bmmett Craddock, is proceed lag in the criminal court of this county, Judge John A. Rich presiding. The case bad been set for January 22, the opening day of special term, and when called up, both pros edition and defense announced themselves ready. A veneir of sixty meu was ordered, from which the following jury of twelve was selected, before whom the case is now being tried: John D. SneUing, Geo. M. Jackson, Julius A. Jessup, Wm. Rogers, James Davenport, Flavius Ingram, Was. H. Downs, Hollingshead Morton E. M. Hutcherson, Humphrey Lynch, H. C. Spencer, James Rogers. The examination of witnesses was begun Thursday afternoon, Al F. Vawter, an eye witness of the tragedy, being the first to ap pear on the sta...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Enteml at tho l'nstoffl In .Marnhnll, Mo., an Hecond-clns matter. TKRMB: 91.00 PKtt YEAH IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, JAN. 26, 1 900. That patriotism is more to he admired ttian bigotry is to be desi iscd, is shown in ttic pre vnlent sympathy of Anitrionrs for the Ilocrs. Perhaps tho qualifications of n sou tor :ire of a higher mornl diameter thmi outsiders imagine. It was surely such n misconception, which led millionaire CI uk tn pay so lihcrnlly for a sent, not yet occupied. The efforts of church going Democrats to .secure a change in the date of the party pri mary to April 37th, would indicate that the religious element of the party is not given to any superstition regarding black Friday. Up to date, William J. Hryan is the only person of celebrity, who has taken kindly to President Hadley's social ostracism n s n rente ly for the trust octopus. The practicability of n doctrine is not down in this le...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brilliant Reception. A notable event in m ciety fur the mouth of January, was the btautiful reception Ly Hon. Leslie Orear and wife, to the bar, tlic Fancy Work Club, and other friends, on Tuesday evening Jan uary 22, 1900, Hiine two hundred cmdesoent light suspended from gntidie entrainc. Carried big bolt- the ceiling at equal inlet vals around qtiet of pink roses. the room, was enough to turn it into ftti y laud Fortunately, how ever, for nil present, Mr. Oienr had tolh gas and elect liciiy, ns the electric lights nil went out early iu the evening, and only for the lieautiful light of the gas jets, that can always lc depended on, the and fifty invitations having been! This elegant new home so notlse The p trior has a leau- tiful velvet carpet wiih j.alc green i .ssueu. i nis eiegaiu new nomc so ho(Se wo(,(, hjVC bee j,, tl)ta, recently linislicrt for occupancy, 1 tl was thrown open for thU reception, which, even to the Mitalh si detail wan one of harmony a...

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. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LatimervSaufley. Richard J. Latimer, of Sharon, Mo., aud Miss Saufley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wood Saufley, of Miami, were married on Tuesday afternoon, at the residents of Col lector McAmis, at 2:30. The impressive and beautiful ceremony was performed by Rev. S. H. Carter, pastor of the Baptist church at Nelson, in the presence of n small company or friends. The bride is of the brunette type, who possesses many Iwatitiful traits of character and altogether the kind of a woman to ndoru the home, was dressed in n very pretty traveling dross, of gray cheviot, strictly tailor made. The. groom is a thrifty young man, very popular with those who know him, who has until recently followed farming, but having re, cently sold his farm, has decid ed to go into the Racket Store business somewhere in Iowa. The young couple left ou tbe 3:30 train for Iowa, where the good wishes of a host of relatives and friends follow them, hoping tkey may prosper in whatever they may...

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. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KelkfrKinf. A beautiful church wedding took place on Wednesday morning at seven o'clock, at the Catholic church at Shackelford, Mr. Wil liam Kellett and Miss Mnry King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew King of Shackelford, being the con tracting parties. The bridal party entered the church in the following order. First came the bride on the arm of the groom, followed by their attendants, Mr. Frank Ken nedy and Miss Jnnic King, Mr. J. Maloncy and Miss Annie Kellett, who formed a handsome mid inter esting group at the altar, where the Rev. Father J. J. Ilognu, in a very impressive ceremony, pronounced them man and wife. The bride a handsome and at tractive girl, with hosts of friends, was beautifully droned in a gown of white Kitin, with trimmings of rich lace, her graceful vail being held in p'"?" '; n :ii,;;', white r"i, and carried brides roses. The groom, who wore the tiMial black, is not n society man, but is a delightfully clever and dunning fel low and ...

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. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL RIPUMJGAN. Be Sure About The Food Prudent consumers will before using any proprietary article of food satisfy themselves from official sources of its purity and wholesomeness. Was there ever proof so conclu sive as to the qualities of the baking powders as that given by the Gov ernment Chemists at the World's Columbian Fair? The official tests there made showed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder to be the purest, strongest, most healthful of baking powders, and a diploma and medal were awarded accordingly. A pure, grape cream of tartar baking powder Such testimony must establish the use of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder in every home where pure food and economy are appreciated. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. Nun.. Tin' nttiiii kifcinn pmuk'M wen excluded from cousidcratlMi at thi great uiiK!tlllivtcst Itccauic they are dcvined neither reliable nor wholesome. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Clltlrml Jt. Coodwln npcnt Stindiiy In the city. Mr. J. 11. Pcmhcrton i-eturncd Toes day from Co...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ROCKERS. To ever)' person that buys $25.00 worth of goods at my store will he given one of those Solid Oak Rockers free of charge. Don't fail to call for coupons. We do not only give you a Rocking Chair Free, but we will sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Etc, for less money than any firm in Saline Co. We want to make 1900 our banner year. Your to plentje, NortliouBt (.ni'iier Squaw. M. JK. FARMER. Subscribe for tin Itcpuhllctin. T. W. (iwlnn is reported quite sick ut IiIh home on Brunswick Ave. I lev. .1. L. Shcllon. of Slater, was t lie guest f friend In our city Sun day. I. W. Winning und Allen Kennedy spent Saturday with friend In Mack Imrn. Mrs. Initio Dawklus hns returned from o visit to friends nnd relatives nl Kotmnn City. C. M. Iliickuer iniide u visit to his father ut Purls, Mo., tills week, re turning on Tuesday. Mrs. Nettle Dlsiuukc, the Client of Miss J. K. Ore. returned Momluyto her liome ut Louisiana. Mrs. L. K. Withcrhce uud...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

t THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Seal Estate Tnniftrt- Martin Lena to D. It. Mathli, sun dry lots In New Frnnkfort, $1050.00. Hobt Lena nml wife to Martin Lonz, sundry lots in New Frankfort, 11500. Kthcl N. Vnnstnno to Jno. llleder, lot 1 It. lot H, 111k. I, Slater, 9400. L. Dillon mid wf. to U. W. Smith, 10 A. l(MH.J.i 80 A. 21 182.1 Pettis, 20..0. K. Woods and Huh. to Annie It. 1'nge, 1511 A. 28 it 2Hfil22, $1250. Win. Spencer A: wf. to Jno. Nicely, 40 A. in5020. !?1150. J. II. Darker to Win. fioku, 2.1 A. 25-lll20. !j"im, W. l Conway St wf. to J. A. Mar shall, 40 A. liMS-lW. 22. Win. Husemcyer to Marshall Floral Co. lots .1 to (1 Inc. Hike 11 If. Add.. Marshall, 1200. V. V. Ktornndt .V wf. to M. C. Cam eron, tract of land, 145021, 122'. W. It. ltoblnsonctalto .T.H.CJrocc. UN A. 0 Si .1151 ,V 5210, M000. Chn. I'lttman. Jr. to J. I'M'ittinnii. Int. tract of land, 21 .V 2S-52-22. l.ion.no. T. II. It. Mi to I). V. Heridrr, lot 1. Mlk. 2- .V I't. lotr. I .V 5, Hlk. 2'. Ilril. X. liNt. Slate...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL RCPUBUGAN. LOCAL INIRIEF. Torn Lacy made a trip to his farm on Wednesday. lailtau U nkKnui .. I Li...-.. uul.. km In the Pity Tuesday. IU C. Home returned Saturday moramg from at. Louis. MIm Frances Robertson i visiting relatives at Mt. Leonard. Rev. T. J. Phillip of Cordcr, mado Marshall a visit on Friday. Mm. Adatu Swisher who has been quite Mick, in reported better. Mm. Otis Pcmlwrtonof near Norton was In shopping Wednesday. Mm. C. K. Hcrnard ha returned from a short vMt to Kansas City. Horace Hawkiu spent Saturday and Sunday at hli homo In thin city. Born to Mr. and Mm. Uernard Crouch of near Hardeman, Jan. HUh, 1000, a girl. The hour of the Hapllst meetings hare been changed from 3 to 3:30 p. ni. J. T. Strong catuu in Saturday and pent Sunday with his family In thin city. Ed Crockett who teaches the Robert Lee school neur Fairville. huh a vlsl tor Saturday. Mm. U. F. Ilell lilt Wednesday for Kansas City to visit Mr. and Mm. IVtaa Heagau. Mlaa Elizabeth Urowuing of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Arch Mctculf wlm recently n .vlik-nt' ally -lii't hlm-clf N .ild-to be mil ii.fnlfi. Mrs Unlit Wright- itti.l daughter. I Mlt l.,dlii nl Ml. !. onanl. were 'iop-j pllltf lit our cltj Tuc-illl . ,MI.. licit uintlwll mi .-tl ft ton 1 .Mtii'tluill Tu'ilu mid I tin yiM-t "f her itfcc". .Mr- It M Sptttlr-. SlllCl Xliulll) hl.'lit t . M'111'HI. -IHIH- 1 1 1 U ifi ..mii. i If Ui. Norilut kntin-V.iiu' li! " tnttln -In" I. l-'rnnk Kennedy, .lame Campbell. lFll I-!. Woo.Imii il .Ini V. ;iv.M-w.nt j to Mur-hall Saturday. ' - I .hum1- Weaver hud n horc killed (Ml IllC rnlll'OIUI ITOx-IIIU' IK'HI" I'.ilvin's lift Sutuntii . W, W. StcVCIi lllppcd twit Clll' load ot hoj ami iimc fitc load nl entile to St. l.milr. Tiu-duy. i !York Store MI..,'.- (lull lii'll.'lt .llllll" I'ililllllK'H .ttul Mary Kcutuuy. Mr. .1. i ti- W arc holding an Annual Sale of h i. .. iv In .!urhnll Saturday. It. M. -.ii.m- hikI ilmiiflitiT. i Af'cr n plea-nut lll to Mi-. I'm Ml .l-mi. H'Miiiii-il Wi-...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

t THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. )000000OM0OKOtOOKKOtO0OtOC040f NEW LIVERY STABLE f Owned and o OUR OFFERS IT "Si ONE me OF DECEMBER ARE STILL A: A. IN FORCE And many arc taking iidvantngo of tlie chamv thrust before them of swurinjr i lie 610BE-DEM0CRAT AND REPUBLICAN I BOTH ONE YEAR A' A $150 OR THE A A A Live Stock Indicator, Poul'ry Farmer and Two Other Farm Journrls with Mar shall Republican YEAR FOR $1.25. Those price i "'. to the lowest i . '.i. All orders must i . thro' this ollioe rattM. to secure these v n e n s I a Managed Ily A: WILLIAM REID A, Where Stylish Turjouts of every description may lie Mrureil. Accommodations and e(ttipmcntH nhvnv firM -elas :mi! olnrRe equally reasonable. FEED AND BOARD1NC.' STABLE Special attention to contmcicial traveler'. He sine ami tty Cor. Moi kiiii anil .MlVtxiii St. 7 ,-.-, I old Spark-' IIiiiii. VV 111 C?(f, New Barn. m m m m We are now in our New Ham. two Weeks we't of the Northwest Corner of Souare. ami nio pre pnrt-tl to handle rules and...

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