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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 26 January 1900

THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. It was with drop regret 'e heard of the recent death of Miss Mary Ilrad shaw, which occurred nl C'oftYyvlllc, Kansas on Thursday, .tun. Itth, IWW, of conr-uuijitlon. Deceased was a half sister of W. T. Drown of this olty anil has frequently visited her hrothcr, where ih lumlf many friend" who rtetily rwjret ltr early death. That Tiitubbing Headache Would (ii!kt,v lttavo jou, It you ed IU-. King's Now I.lfo Dllla. Thousands of iifferors have proved tliwlr uiuti'hlr" tnurit for nick and nervous UHadnchcs, They mako pure hlood and tionjf nerves and build up your brahh. Ku- to take. Try thfin. Only ccul. Money buck If not our rU. Sold l.v I'. II. Franklin. Drue glt. Ilfv. U. I.. l.amliT. who i dolly growing la favor with hl coiurega tloii) preached ow of the ttncnl scr wood 'it er huurd ou Sunday morn loir, lit) wa thi- Kucxt of Dr. and Mr. I. K. Ilntrlx .Saturday and Hun day. 1 frightful Blonder Will often eaue a horrible burn rcald, cut or bruise. Ducklen's Am...

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. — 2 February 1900

i 1 MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. FEB. 2. 1900. No. 52. SUCCUMBS TO DEATH. Charles Latimer of this City, Struck Down in Kansas City. Died Wednesday of the Wound lody Brought Here Thursday Nf iht. Clint. I,. Latimer, of this city, who was struck down and heaten by unknown parties in Kansas City last Thursday night, died "Wednesday afternoon at Coe's S.uiitnrium at five o'clock. Mr. Latimer went to the city Monday, January 22. for the purpose of buy ing stock cattle, and to consult Dr. Co in re gard to his health, which has been very poor for a long time. Since the assault committed upon him, concerning which no authenticated facls can be ascertained here, he has been sinking gradually us a result of club blows on head and nose, which rendered him uncon scious at the time. Monday his precarious condition necessitated the call of his family to his ledside, as death seemed near a' hand The deceased was in his 60th year, being horn in Burlington, Boone co...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. r ( i TIE PROPOSED EXTEIIWE OIA1ITE MAVUFAOTURI1Q PLANT OF BIDtTBUP lAMIfOID. APPROXIMATE 008T OF PLAIT 190,000 TO 135,000. PROPOSITION MADE TO MARSHALL First. Hidstrup Jc Hammond offer to erect a Marble and Granite manufacturing and finishing plant in tlic City of Marshall nt a cost of from 520,000 to 2.s,ooo, and hind themselves to employ nn average of (torn forty to fifty men. Sia'osn. lit consideration of the location of this plant and the pay roll incidental to its establishment and operation here, these parlies ask of the citizens a Ihiii'.is ol Jio.ooo to be used in the construction ol said works. Third. As n guarantee of the good faith of Messrs Hidstrup & Hammond, the bonus donors are to hold in trust the site and building for n term of ten years, which property shall revert to them upon the failure of the first parties in the conditions of iheir agreement or the non operation of the plant for a term of six months, i INTERIOR VIEW OF PROPOSED PLAHT<...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MaIIMIIAIX, MlHHOUItl, Fr.ll. 2, 1WW. GRANITE PLANT PROPOSITION. Thnt the crying need of this city, in order to lay nuhitantial foun dation for further growth in popu lation and wealth, is a pay roll, was dealt with in our issue of January loth, in connection with the bene fits to be derived from such a source, through the location of the proposed llidstrup & Hammond plant in our city, with its pay roll of $30,000 n year. The features to k dealt with in this article ore those not touched in the former. First, as to the value of the plant to the city and the ability of Messrs Hidstrup & Ham to command the desired bonus from another town, should Mar shall fail to respond. Second, that the bonus donors by holding in trttht ground and buildings, upon condition of ten years successful operation of the pliint, have noth ing to lose. The pay roll of $30,000 per an num, in n period of ten years would amount to $300...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Del'ghtful Entertainment The socinl event of the season for Malta Bend took place last Fri day evening. Dr. and Mrs Brown gave a .social party, in honor of Miss Mabel Palmer of Kansas City mid Miss Addie Brown. The elegant mansion was brilli antly illuminated and about fifty young people of the community were delightfully entertained until the hour of midnight. There was some inspiring music, lxth vocal and instrumental. Miss Kuthcrine Hostetler recited in her inimitable way the Railway Sta tion" and in response to an fitcnre gave "Tit for Tat." All of the guests participated in a "Mother Goose contest" , which kept them in pleasant circulation. Miss Grace Houston won the prize for the lady and Mr. Peyton Jeter won the booby. Mrs. Brown was assisted by Mesdamcs Thomas, Knpp and Lander. X. Ente Ulned at Dinner. Rev. J. dc Q. Douchoo and wife entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening at their pleasant home nut on Highland, when an elegant six course dinner wns se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Ladies Harmonic Club. The Ladies Harmonic Club will meet with Miss Hertu Francisco, Monday, Feb. $h, nt 2:30 p. ni. Roll Call Celebrated pupils of Lis.t. History Pianoforte music Irom 1 850-1900 Piano Solo Trt molo, Gotts-chalk-Miss Lillian Page. Piano Solo O Thou Sublime Sweet livening Star, Wagner- Liszt, Mis F.llen Itlnck. Vocal Solo Memoria on. 18. Lines-Miss Willetie Spalir. P)er Lis.t as a pianist and )mM)svr Mrs. L. G. Tucker. Pmiio Solo Serenade, Schuliert, Liszt Miss Fnnitic Taylor. Contralto Solo Der Wanderer, SchtilMrrt-Liszt Mrs. J. A. Whit led. Piano Solo Spinning Souk, from Flying Dutchman, Wugncr-Lis.t Miss Alma Siler. Mrs. Ii. S Place, Pres. Mrs J. A Whitted, Sec. A New Club. The following young ladies have organized a social club, that, as yet has not been named. They are in telligent and decidedly literary, therefore we will rest easy about the name, knowing it will in every way, be an appropriate one. The members are: Misses Gertie Brown, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Die BAKING POWPEft Made from Grap? Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chcmbts. rmcr tux i no powocr cu., ( MICA i.J Imll.illiHi killing aimti'i n,, iti'nllviiiviV I mil utiitii 'I ! id it ,. le ri InhiihI, till Hull Uvi l 1.1 lilt! Ih-.iIIIu LOCAL INIRIEF. I Mi. Annli' I'rvln of Fulrvllle. wan tu Momluy. I ! it. .11.. it. .t i - I .in)! nciic iiyiuini in .Minim nil u vlltor Momluy. Ityron Joucn, of Shackelford, wa in 1 1 it- city Siitiinliiy. I.. W. Scott iiindc u h ip tn lil. ft im ui'tti Nel-nn Stittiriluy. Will Hancock wiii tin ifMt recent ly of Mi. .1. W. Spark. MIh. Cohcmuir I- vUltluir her it f-I'lll- lit I'llllll. III., till- Week. Ml Knld Fulkeiou. of Suit Spline, wun a ri'iviit vinltor. It. K. Hollowuy IcftTucnduy for St. I.nuln, iiiiiI will ri'tiini thin wiik. Mi, mill Mi. I'M. Hawkins of l-'ulr-vlllc writ' In Murnhull Suturduy. Ilollauil Scott returned Momluy fiiiin a v I m 1 1 to frl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t vvvyvvvyvvvyyyvyy ROCKERS. To every person that buys $25.00 worth of goods nt 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, Hats, Etc, for less money than any firm in Saline Co. We want to make 1900 our banner year. Your to phm!', Norllicast (.nnur Square. M. M. FARM BR. I.. K. Jones Iiuh pneumonia at his home on North Odcll. John tttatvmerjnhn returnd from a Hhort visit to Hnonvllle friends M mi ll u v. Theodore Muer spent Snturduy uml Suiiiltiy In KuiixttM t'lty-orSt. .lOHCpll. A. A. Wallace returned Monduy from liunccton. where hi' hm'iu sever al days. II. II. Hawkins made u trip to Miami Tuesday In tint Interest of his hllslUCH4. MIssOuu Dwyeritf Katisax City Is making u vIhIi to Mrs. It. II. F.uhutik of HiIh city. Mrs. Hclle llnruhlll In Mill quite nick at the liomiMif Mih. Kdgar Dawes 011 Highlan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Aw You Oooitlpted. Ho you have that tired feeling.' Do you feel bullous and out of Mirt.H generally? Do you lttvt nick headache? Ho 'yon have pimple, Cl'liptloiln. tllntcilCM. ulcer, noren or other rcniiltn of conntltullon? The -ewer of tlu lioily nnmt lie kept tu tin active, healthy coin) It Ion ami nothing tlocn It xo well h Hulli-yV Laxative Tablet. Their urn? bring on u clear, roy, beautiful complexion. A tablet of two tukftt ut night make you fvl line In tln morning. llH- pucku;en contain -K tablet, uml mi lu 'iV pack tit;'. Tablet chocolate coated. 'I'll' written nlgunturc of .1. Iliillry on each package. Sample free. They promptly relieve and then cure con .tlpatloii. Sold liy W. r Vnwtcr, Mumhull. Mo. Wealth in Nortbt-ru Arkiuut I tin title of un lllimtruted puiiiph lit giving detailed Information rela tive to tlu mining region of Northern Arkuumm, conceded by cxierl to lie the i lcln-l zinc uml lead mining' din trli't In tin' world. TliU district, prac ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TH E COUNTY. NEW FRANKFORT. 'Tin nald that Kvorett 1 1 111 ban be runic a great magnetic heuler. Alon.o Harncn ttf Higginnville trnunuctcd hunlm-an ut Ayrcn thin week. IVitHiHvlH for theft) part), thin year KirtiH brighter thun for some time put even!! .lolin Howard, Henry Holilken, Mr Jno .loliiihiiii uiidFrunklc MalllicH arc on tin' Kick lint thin week. Mlnit Miiry Holilken and Walter Kill, attended the young moiIi'n fhi'lnlluu Society Sunday evening. According tothcCcntciiiilul Gazette, Prof. Hoycr ami Forcnt llthodun are the champion plcknulny clog dancer. (Jjilte a iiuiiiIkt of young folk from thin town t-njo,U'd llicninelvcn at a dunce ut- Julius HcliiJcr'a Monduy evening. Since Hilly Jnhnnnu Iihh M-curcd n ponlllou iim foreinun in u mine at lot) per month, lie may begin to look pret ty Ugtilll. Mr II llcln.lcr ban Iiccii moved from (illllam liuck to her home In New Frunkfort. She I Mill In very poor health. According to the Centennial (iucttc, Hurley HnlT...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. a fc X THIS KIND OF A CUT SUITS ALL X J, J. DAWES 9 m m 9 9 Don't Fail to Investigate this Sale- SPECIAL SALE OF YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHINQ AND OVERCOATS AT X HALF-PRICE X Hum bought the on tin? Clothing and Gents' Furnishing goods stock of I. O. Striker, and often the greatest reduction in prices tlint MarHhall lias over known. Every YOUTHS AND CHILDS SUIT OR OVERCOAT A. X X X Absolutely At X HALF PRICE X Suits, former prices $15.00, wo now offer you at $7.50 Suits, former prices $10.00. we now offer you at f.00 Suits, former prices $5.00, we now otter you at $'2.f0 Suits, folium' prices S'J.fiO, we now oirer you at l.'r EXACTLY HALF PRICE It Means Something Yours for Business, J. J. DAWES, Marshall, : tr ft : : ft & ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft LOCAL INiRIEF. Itciul notice of lti:icm.icASs re niiivttl on pae :i. Mr. anil Mr, .lumen O'Day upent TucHiluy with Fulrllle frlondn. The Makmiiai.i.Kki,l,iii.i:an Uiiow located IhI door North of X. W. Co...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Papers for tbe Farm The large anil Increasing elrru'a tliin if Tint Live Slock Indicator In this county m a matter for cnngrat illation to tlio publisher anil to good farming, for, of all the paper of ll da In tin country, It la eaall.v he Im-kI tlllrt tliont liclpflll. ltd HlNt'lnl Fanner Institute edition, Issued with tlie regular eilltlon the first week In eueli inonlli. have been for year theudmlrullnn of all practical farmer. Written wholly liy funnel, they are full of uetnal exH-rlenee ami mell of tin null. We have been fortunate enough thin season to Mciirc terniH for Tli" Indicator ami lla Sxvlal Furmrr Institute Kdltlon. together with The Poultry Farmer uml The Fanner Mutual Insniancc Journal, four of the most valuable farm pub lication In the eiiuntry, that enable lit to olTer the four In eonueetlon with our own paier forfl.'J'i for the en lire live, nut' year. Thin In emphat ically a good tiling, uml no farmer In till eoutitry should fall to luke ml v...

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. — 2 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Song Service Sunday. The song service at the M. V, Church, South, on Sunday even ing, January 25th, was a rare treat for Marshall's music loving people, and was largely amended by eople of the different denominations; the house was comfortably filled. Mr. A. H. Sauter, of Bo'tnville. presided at the organ with great kill and proved himself master of it, and ccrtainlv the music on this grand old pipe organ was fine. Mr. II. II. Brewster nlso of Hoouville, gave several vocal sclec lions, .showing a teuot voice of some considerable training. The vocal mIo by Mrs. Mary Harvey was much enjoyed, her voice being unusually clear and smooth, and was never heard to greater advantage "Ashamid of Thee" by Misses Unlit Ctvxiiii fMttrn Ilvitt fiawl iMItll tlltWIIi VMIItl IMUttll) "lilt ' "T" Messrs. Koontz and Brewster, was: I IIA J fiW one of the gems of the evening. I The entire services were delight fit'.. Why not have them oftetier ? We give the I'KOCKA.M. OiX'un Voluntar...

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. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. FEB. 9. 1900. NO. I. CIRCUIT COURT. Union Nat'l Hank of K. C, vs I,. S. Mend & Co : equity. Dismissed by 1IT. J. A. Robertson vs W. B. Storts ct nl; equity. Deft. Com P. Storts nnd Henry C. Mend enter voluntary appearance. Kli.nlcth Arnett vs I.. C. Nenl; equity. Cause cont'd gcnetnlly. Carl Frnhm vs Joint T. Stonffcr et nl: e(uity. Defts have leaw to file answer h March t2th. J. F. Averv et nl vs I.cora Carpenter ettol; equity. Snme entry. John Buxton et nl vs Mary K. Buxton: equity. Same entry. Mary K Liter et nl vs Henry Clny et nl: partition. Plff. files proof of publication. George Smith et al vs Henry Poe et nl; par tition. Deft, files motion to require security of plff. Also files demurrer to petition. Com P. Storts. Assignee vs John T. Khoades; note. Court orders change of venue to Cooper Co. Com P. Storts, Assignee vs J. K. Bridges; note. Court orders change of venue to Cooper Co. Com P. Storts, assignee vs T. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. Maksii.m.i.. Missonii. Pkh. i, iinni. VICIOUS AND PARTISAN CRIM IVATION. The assassin of William Gocbel is mul should be regarded as a com mon murderer. Not one word in extenuation of such n crime or shielding of such n criminal lias been beard. The act was as cow aidly done as dastardly planned or villainously conceived. The peo pie who detested the name of Got bel, who maintained that his in ilueuee was pernicious and h's whole life built upon deception and the betrayal of friends, much as they execrate his memory would deal to the homicide the just penal ty for his crime as quickly as would friends of the Jack Chinu stripe. Yet there are partisans, whose blood is not Tired from actual parti cipation in the Kentucky election dispute which has culminated so awfully, whoe views should be those of an outsider, more calm and moderate, less prejudiced and bit ter, who now upbraid Republicans in general as murderers an...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. County Court. Petition of James Piper for pub lic: road continued till first Monday in March. Account against State for filing assessment list filed ty County Clerk Smith approved and certified. Loin or $675 granted O. T. Fisher. S. 1 Hays presents nnnunl set tlemeiit ns ro.id overseer district '.'4. Kxumined and approved and war rant ordered issued of $406.12 to him. 1 Victor Rogers adjudged insane' und ordered sent to asylum No. 3 ( at Nevada and warrant ordered drawn of S(t$ for his support. I Report of T. M. Riggius in be half of commission appointed in' matter of public road, continued, until first Monday in M irch. Annual settlement of road over seer C. S. Swartel presented and ( approved. Warrant ordered drawn in his favor for 27 1 86, balance1 due him Loan of 13000 granted Mrs. K. J. Black. Hamilton & Harlou granted li cense for six months to run dram shop in town of Nelson and !oud approved. Annual settlement of J. Stivers, road overseer, presented ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. True Economy The difference of cost between a good and a poor baking powder would not amount for a family's supply to one dollar a year. The poor powder would cost many times this in doctors' bills. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder may cost a little more per can, but it is more economical in the end, be cause it goes further in leavening and insures perfect, wholesome food Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder used always in making the biscuit and cake saves both health and money. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, most healthful of fruit acids. The Woman's Missionary Mciety of lite M. K. church, South, was delightfully cutei lamed by Mrs. McClurc on Friday afternoon, at her home on Brunswick Ave. The first hour was spent in devotional service, followed by the regular business meeting of the society, which numbers about 50 Indies, when their re ort for the year was given in and the contributions amounted to one bundled and seventy-five dollars. A happy time sociall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. An Elegant Dining. Among the tunny pleasant homrs in our city, there is cm more de lightful place to visit than the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sparks, who live nhout a utile south of the city nttd hoth Mr. mid Mrs. Sparks are genial), nttd make ideal enter tainers In this home, where tttte hospitality nhouttds, an ele gant dinner was given on last Fri day, complimentary to Mrs. Hellc (iraves of llinnansville. The'din tier served in six coupes was very clahointc and charmingly served hy Mrs. Newman Newell, who assist ed Mrs. Sparks in making the day one long to he rrittcmticrcd hy the cntertiiitied. The invited guests were Mrs. Hello Graves the guest of honor, Mesdauies Gcotgc Davis, II. I.. Huston, Mrs. Vaustone, Mrs. Nora Wilson and Mrs. O. Ilottx. Reception to the T. 0. Club. A thoroughly charming affair in social circles Inst week was tin rlttli reception given out at High land hy Misses Klieu and Kti'ily Itlack on Thursday afternoon, to the T. jj. (!', who ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INBRIEF. (!. M. Frnmixcn Slater. pent Saturday at Allolph Striker Win III Ktlllxn Tuexiliiy. City Thntna (inline, of Hlnt'kliui'ii, a vlxltor Tiie.duy. Henry lllnck, of l-cxinulnn, Huniliiy In tho olty. wax "pent Henry Pne, nf Sweet Sprlni;.-, wn u vlxltor on Tuesday. Mr. Will Slinrp inn lwn on the lrk ll.t for Home ilnyx. Martin Smltli. of Sweet Springe I- on the Jury thlx week. Mln K.le Mnr-litill hut returned from u vIhIi to friend." ttt Mliuiil. Mm. Ktlur Place went to Kuna. City Tuesday to hear Padercwxkl. Mr. Sam Johnson, of Miiltu lleml, wnt shopping In our elty thlx week. Millinery goods going at half price at Mittea Mick 8r CohenourV t( MU Itulli lio, of N'npton, It the uncut of Mix- I '.vii It lev, of thl" elty. Mr-. HUT KUeii Mt. lA'ouiinl. were day. ami Ml Ma, of In the elty Sutur- Mr-. Civil Wilson, who I xojourn Inir at P.xrcNInr for her health. I iiiueli liiiproveil. The ItCI'I'HI.ICAN' li well equipped In its new plant to ilo joli work. spe...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. vyvyvvvvvvvyvyvyvyvvvyvyw i ROCKERS. To every person that buys .$25.00 worth of goods at my store will be given one of those Solid Pak 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 Salinc-lo. We want to make 1900 our banner year. Your to pi wise, NoiilMHixt Cortuir Stjunm. M. JC. FARMER. i y AAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAW Do yon read the 1U:IM'III.II'AN" .hinc Khi); returned Thursday night from Sprlngllcld, III. C. W. .Inily, of St. I.ouln, wan ii vlnltor In our liy Saturday. M rn. It. T. .Icnklnn. of Slater, vlnlt cil Mi-. John Itcyuohln tliU week. Mm. Ilnrvcy Anbury, of iligglun-villi-, In tin- guest thin wick of Minn Clunde Siunilaril. MInh lonti Dwjer ha returned to Kuiihuh City uflcr u .lrll to Mr. titnl Mm. It. It. Uubunk, of thin city. Mm. .lolm lluynlu uinl daughter, IMna. of 1'ulrvlllo, ...

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