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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Census Information. Office of Supervisor of Census for tlie Seventh district of Missouri. February 17, 1000, Tlte F.ditor of Republican. Mnrsliall, Missouri. Dear Sir: The Director of the Census desires to enlist the co-operation of your paper in spreading infill inntion about the nppioachitig census o( the t'nited States aino.ig tile residents of this district and tints aiding him to net a tine nod full account of the population and an accurate npoit of the farms and manufactures in this district. You and the leaders of this paper will lecognie the importance of accur ate statistics in such matUrsatid will, he believes, he ready and glad to co-operate with the Census Of fice. Without general and hearty co operation of the pithlic.uo census can he successful. To some of your readers it may seem that the questions to he asked about tlieius.'lves personally, or a 1 una ineir larnis or lactones, may be prying and unwarranted. Hut Statement From Strang. pie residing...

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. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. We have outdone any previous year in this line. We have not time, words, or space to tell you nil wo would like to, hut tfive you all an urgent invitation to come in, and and we will take great pleasure in showing this line to you. The few herein mentioned are a mere hint of the great gathering. mhrfliripriPi MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Wo have assorted our ' embroideries Into eight , lot. prices as follows: f.c. "Ae. 8ae, 124c, lflc. JOc and '-Tic. All we can ask of you is that you will call and examine them, and the result we leave to your judgment. We have the handsomest line of A Hover Kmhroi dories and Laces ever shown in Marshall. WRIGHT'S I.ADIKS' GOWNS, mtde of good cotton, tucked yoke, lace or ) broidery trlmmluir nop I.ADIKS' GOWNS, of line cotton, with cliii.teri of tuck, two row of pretty om ii ItiMM-t Ion: V neck, -'liicli ruffle of embroidery for 7.V A Hit! ASSORTMENT of My le, made of tlncM loom eotton. trim. Hied m lilt liiKfi-tion. ruflli'H of embroidery o...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Some Biscuit and Cake arc light, sweet and wholesome, while others are sour, heavy, hitter. MnnalataMr. The same flour, butter, eggs used ; what makes It's all in the baking powder . DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER i can be depended upon always to make the food light, sweet, delicious mid wholesome. This is because it is scientifically and accurately combined and con tains the purest grape cream of tartar, the most healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years in the finest leavening preparations. PRICE CAKING POVO CO., CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. I am Wholcr of Miami wax in tin city Sutiinluy. Frank Hlghtxhoewhohux Ik-cii iilu lck, Ik out ugulu. C. M. Iluckncr arrived from (Vic tntliii on Saturday. Mh it In (iuuldiu hux returned from u iihort stay at Kuiiniim City. C (i. Puttcrsnu 1'ilitor of the Hlnck burn Itecnrd wax In tin- city Saturday. Minn Lulu Suudidgc of Nelson wan the truest Saturday and Siinduy of Miss Alllc Dunn. Miss Kva Nnrvcll hux returned ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i t LOW Fair Dealing, Low Prices and Good Goods is our motto. Our Dress Goods De- ----- partment is the most complete we have ever had. Ladies, examine our dress - i m, goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry goods line is complete 1 ? 'n a" 'ts orancnes antI at Pr'CCH that shame competition. t t i t 9 t t i t 9 $ 9 $ 9 t 9 $ 9 $ 9 9 $ 9 t t t t t t i t 9 t t t i t t i t t i t dOTHIM MMRTMMT. .It In nil acknowledged fuel that we arc the leaders of low -prices In this line BOOT AHI SMC WMRTMIHT. Kvrry man, young and old, known that shoe haw advanced to "boot the band." We have been fortu nate In this line, an we bought our shoes' for spring at the old price and thin mvatiM a saving to our ti-iidu NAT MMRTMENT. We carry tlio largest line of Hats in the county and at prices that movo the llaU Remember $25.00 tforth money. we give coupons with every item we sell and when you have bought th we give you free, a solid rocker. Trade with us in 1900 and s...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Does Yonr Slomach Distress Yuti? Do you liuvc ialii in tlu-xldc, nau ca. xoniotlinox vomiting. dUtrt'". af-ti-r tMillntf. Iit'li'lilng, ronxtlpntlon, 0SX 0(lllHtttl, lllfc.llll'XX, II lit II It'll'. tuotlt pntclK'.x. xtuirulxli look, pint pli-x mill u ifpulxlvi' I'oinpU'xIon? If you liuvi uny of tlti'xo x.viiiptoinx, .von liuvc )l,VMH'plti or xtonitu'h illxonler. Tin in' tlUfuvi'py. Ilnllcy V M.vxpop. ln Tnlilrt. brlnjrx ipilek ivllef. fob towed hy u permanent eure: pleuxitnl to take. V. .1. Hulley. written on each pnekiiire. IVIee rentx. pol paid. Made by l.nkexlile Medicine ., Chicago. Sample fiw. Well luforincil dnrtorx prexerlU' tliem. Sold liy W. K. Viiwler. dnnfu'll. Miami's New Ptur Itev. T. .1. 1'lillllpx. oft 'order. Mo.. Iiu uerepted lite full to the paxtorate of tln Itnpllxt clniivli at thl plaoe, will Im'jtIii work alioiit tin' Hint of April. lie eomex well itvommendrd. uiul lx not a trtuitfir, having held a meeting licit' during the piixtornte of lt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. IS. C. Ildiii. intnlo it trip in Slater Momlay. Ciiml Imliy hiijiiry for iii.nu. Apply III thin olllee. if Sum Martin returmil Kntnrilny fiuin KlIUMI- Cllx. I.. II. Ahuri of Ml. I'oiiuril wa ilowii Miuiiliiy. .1. It. ('ill vi i' who liu- liven ipiltc ili'k Ueonvnle-eent. Ml-s l.llllo Spark spent Siimlny at her home In thlt clt . o. I'. Siiirni of Slater mini" u vl-ll to Mar-hull Momliiy. .Iinlj,'!1 .lutiifx Cooney enine In from Wii-liliiu'iini City .Momliiy. Mlh I'tinnlc Wood left Tm-ilny for it vl-It to Hnouvllle frlewU. Ml. Siimurl Dtivl- U xpi'iiillnt; the week with fileinN In St. I.ouli. Ml- Miiml Crutelier of Nupton U (lie tiiii',t of Ml- l.iiiil-i- llr.winl. Ciiml Imliy liiimry for iii.m. Apply tit till Ollll'l'. tf Ml I .it n lliitu'oi'lc ol Hliii'kliiirn. I tln irni t of Mi. .1. V. SpurU. .Mi. II. .M. rniiey ami eiiiiurin from llluKlii-vllle iif rivenl arrival Ml- Mar.x Northernwent to Mexleo Momlay iiml rituriuil mi Weilue-tlay. Mln Kiit...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 CLOSES MARCH flRSL : .y. -.v. -y. .v : y- y y .: v; x : 'X' jc -y : HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE. GREATEST 2C 2C REDUCTION SALE That has ever been made in Marshall? The stocU of Youths'. Hoys' and Children's clothing formerly owned by i. O. Striker is bcintf sold at Exactly One-Half Former Prices. Sale will con tinue until the first of March. Better not miss this chance. SSYOURS FOR BUSINESS JOHN J. DAWES, Marshall, Mo. ft f: f S. i t irmly, uf M Itmil. wa- In the 1 1 Monday. New (iuiiiU of every th-ortrtlin arc ui-i-lrlnu' t tin- New York Store. Dev. I.. . Norllcct. of Corilcr. ui in Miirluill TiimIii. on lulucs. I'oiiliinl silks arc tin tliluir llil" -liliitr. Si'f iiio-c nt tin' New York Store, It Those new shirt wiil-t tfood tit tilt New York Stmt' me the putties) ever seen III Mlit'-hatl. Mrn. Mur.v i:. Klin.' and diiimhtcis, Alleeninl Killllllll. lire !Ui-t- ol lelll. live- lit Similiuli. Mo. Mls Kuto I'.i vln, who was ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALTSPRINCS. Preaching next Sunday. Prof. (Jiiiii)In1I gave Thursday and Friday n-4 hnlldux. Alvl Vuwter Mold u hunch nf lltn Miiinil stock hog to Dun Vuncy for tl.lHt. 0. I). MIM of Knnsn City Ih vis iting hi- futhcr. T. It. Mlkcl, who I still very poorly. Win. McClcllnml brought In it large drove of calve Saturday, lit- bought thi'iii iiciir FulrvHlc. .1. I'. li'ulkcrou I improving very slowly. It will l a week or two lie forr he will Ih- able to move iiroiiml. .Mr. Tom Robinson uuil Ml l.yillu Sehcppcr were married Wi ilnr lay morning ut tin- Catholic church In Shackelford. 1. rn Smith fnnilly ' have moved thi'lr hou-chold good to Marshall. Mr. Smith will look around before loClltlllg Uglllll. Mr. .1. W. I (town write-, from the (icrmuu lm-pltal In Kuuu City, nml u, thut h's ( I improving unit thai hi' will ln home soon. Mr. I'roi'tor ciimiMlown lust Friday from K. C. to visit friends. Sh" iv turned Tucsduy rvi'. accompanied hy I'lifli'" Diivli...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 February 1900

A. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9" T. C. W4iwy Puts J. 13 Wood. Vict Putt H. C. FAncitco.Ar Cashik 4 '"' ' CONDtNSCD STtXKMtNt Or JHt J BANK QF SALINE. MARSHALL. MO. CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY 13, I0OO. A Discounts I l"i,l47.-"i Capital WUKHUM I 4 Overdraft... IMI.IM Surplus mid IVnllts... 'JiMI.1.!); 4 llllllvMoilse llUiW. Due Other llMtiki l.lllii.Kj Utnh-mnl Slvlit Kx,... 44.:i.V..liy Deposit Jai.m.'tt 4 i . . MO.IHI.I.'M L'lM.lrii.V.M 4 i'li , THE ABOVE IS CORRECT J!. !'s , J. .. WOODBR1DCE, CASHIER, j V I r " ' Concert at M. V. C. The concert !ven on Monday nielli til the Collide Chapel by the students of the middle grade of the music school, was well nttended. the chapel heiiiR comfortably tilled, tind the audience was well paid for its efTorft in reaching the chapel, as the weather was very disagree able. And one and all express themselves as having been highly entertained. The following excel lent program was rendered: I'lpeOnrftii Sol Festul Match Ml.s Mur.v Hluck. Piano Soli Silen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 9, 1900. NO. 5. SITE AND SUPERINTENDENT SELECTED ONE IN.VIATfi SHOOTS ANOTHER. MRS. L P. BO WEN. Th Old Fair Ground Tract Chowo Board Which Mel Here Friday. by the The Donril of Malingers ol the Institution fur Feeble Minded nnd Kpitcptic, convened in this city Friday nt the residence of Mr C. M. Htickm-r. vice president of the board. The members present wcie: C M. Huekner, Geo. Robertson, Mexico, Miss I'earle Mitchell, Kochi-port, nnd Mrs. Horn I Ial I of St. Joseph. The several proportions offer d liy this city were duly considered, and by vote the old Fair ('.round tract of 2.X0 acres was clioen for the site, which it is thought will make mi ideal one. Ixith on account of the topography of the ground and its pioxiiuily to the town. Dr. C. H. Kiincoe, now assistant physician nt the St. Joi-cpb Asylum, was elected as su perintendent of the institution. lie is report ed to be a mini of most excellent traitsof cha...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. Mahsiiaix, Missouri, Makcii iMiwo. REPOBLIOAH OITY TIOKET- For Mayor. W. A. 1IEATTY. For Marshal. HARDY (JKKF.N. For Collector, JAMKS A. FISIIKU. For Aldernmn First Wnnl. K. It. IHtOWN. For Alderman Second Wind. i:. a. i.kacii. For Alderman-Third Wunl. JACOB FINK. The City Ticket. The nomination!!, made Ity the Republican party in convention nt the city liall, February 22. mid pub lished for the first time in this issue, nrc such a will meet not only the approval of the party, but of the 1est citizenship of Marshall. The nominees arc citizens not only of sterling character and good reputa tion, mid business qualifications requisite for the needs of the office, but they are enterprising, public spirited representatives of the pro gressive people, whom the city could well intrust with the uiunagc incut of its aFairs The Souvenir Edition. The edition, which the RiU't'li I.ICAN planned for last week, as sumed such prop...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Complimentary to Mrs. Witherby. Mrs. Jnnies Culvert entertained ten or twelve lady friends on Sal utday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. L. K. Witherby of Denver, hih! the ultetnoon was one of much pleas tire. Humorous subjects for iifier diuuer discussion weie enjoyed with uiiich enthusiasm, among which, "the New Woman, is she any ini prnxeitieiit uon the old," came in for it shaie of iitttntiou, it being unanimously decided tint she wns not. A luncheon, consisting of ham, potato chips, llo-ton siud wiclies, wafeis. pickles, cuke and eoffee was served 'I he ii.vitcl guests were Mexlanus Kmile May er and L Witherby, Abiel Leonard, C. M. Huckner, Mary Harvey, Maurice AaKcdou, G. S. Hardin, Leslie Oreur and cousin, Mis-; Lou Cnvamuigh of St. Louis, S. V. Armentrout, 1). C. Gore, W. A. Realty and Mrs. I'. Mitchell. Compl ment to George Robertson- A pleasant little affair and n suit able compliment to Mr. George Robertson of Mexico, a member of the Hoard of Managers for ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BAKING POWIER majority fur the iterative Place favored the Indies Mrs. ieati Iteattties with wide hows of with a u'ide satin ribbon in the saute hentt- heautilul piano .solo, after which tifttl shade. tlie club adjourned to meet with The dining room, a handsome Mrs. S W. Ainuniroiii, Match n.-nrtnient, fini-hed in oak, was in 13th, iyno. d id a place of hcatity, and was, in 1 its d' 'nations of pink and whit the crowning link of artistic skill. 1 Flcetrio lights wore jiink shades, and ihe buffet and side table won I.a Fr.iuse roses, and hyacinths In the center of the large dining lalile s'oi d a cut-ghiss vase, filled with d iv Iim ak carnations, that in I Made from Grape Cream of Tartar, and AbsoS uteJy Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists. mice PAKiNfj rowDcn co Inilt.ttlo'i Uilliii; mil mi' tmllvMinli lllilll .illllll I lift III I) lint li-s . Mini, I'lil Hull u l .it I Ik- nl I1....H1. Entertained at Dinner- Mrs Hus...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Coml Imli.v iMiutry for iI,imi. nt ililf. oilier. Apply If ."Ill IIo.vit !; "IK Clt.V with fl'll'llll. Niiiiuuy in Knii - U'hIIi' (hear Miii'iit n'ViM'iil ilm. In Kini'ii Cltv till- wi l. , l.i'l. ..in'... in lll.iei..' i i'i ee. .M l. .... ..... . vl-lteil fr end In Mm', hi lit lil. ui'i.k. m..Ui ... i. ..i... i ti.. .hall till, wei U.K. Ilioitdti-, of Seilalia. -pent ' " ' " Hair eitttln; I.V ll.ith. !... Will Sehiin, hurLer hop ,V! Wet At row Si I eel. I I'll II. Ilol.telii I- In St. I.oiil (jaa i week ft'lei'tlntf hi- iriiu -loel ot millinery. Mr. .1. ('. Itriiniloti tin- Ix en on the nick ll-t for a wiek at her home on Palwood. I'M. Ihirnell .mil wife, of Knii-an City, vl.lted A. 'I', .lohii'on ami li.nl ly till week. tieoix-eT IMily of Iloonvlll. at teni!i"l I'i ! Ier. elly till- week. willed mei in thli . .1. V. Mint; tell St. inlay adentoon for Nevada, aivon.paiileil liy I!. It. Hull tuiil the -I . rill. Claud Cnnlillii nml family hac .no...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOW PRICES Fair Dealing, Low Prices und Good Goods is our motto. Our Dross Goods De partment is the most complete we have evor had. Ladies, examine our dress goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry foods line is complete in all its branches and at prices that shame competition. (lOTfflM MMITMHT. It Is an acknowledged fuel that we are the leaders of low price In this lino I00T AND SUM MMRTMINT. Kvcry iiiuii. young ami old. known that shoes have advanced to "lcnt the band." Wit have Ixrn fortu nate In tliU Hue, a we bought our shoes for spring at tlie old price and till meant n saving to our trade...... HAT DfPARTMfrlT. We carry t lie largest line of Hats In the county iiud at prices that move i the Hats Kemember we give coupons with every item we sell and when you have bought $25.00 vvorth we give you free, a solid rocker. Trade with us in 1)00 and save monev. 'YOURS TOR LOW MKfS NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FARMER. Ovle Uwls Is sending the wee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY- SALT springs. NVWnii lllalr' family are miiTcring with the chicken pox. .1. I'. Fulkerson U still iM-dfant He Improve very slowly. Martin Toll, wax lck lunt week hut In reported nomc better. I!nelc Dnvlc returned Saturday from hit visit to Kuusa City. ( ur Host Mini Wont roan have I Kin ImpUMahle for over a week. John Nye wan the only out to tuke advantage of tin1 miiow anil use of a lclgh. Mlssc Jessie (ireeiili-e and Klla Hatter of Marrriiull mi' vUliltig rela lives here. Conrad lluutTH -xHvtn to movu to IiIm farm near Nnpton an noon in the road atv oH'ncil. Win. MeClcllnuri s-nt Sunday In Malta Henri, attending the service of the quarterly meeting. There wan no school on Wednesday of lint week, ihcstormkcplbnlh teach cr and scholars away. The friend f J. W. Ilrown are clad to learn that he has returned from the hospital in Kansas City. Henry Hatter ami N. Thayer have taken the contract to shell .1. II. Cal loway' corn crop with hand shelter. Jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mra. Kemp Barnde. Mrs. Jennie Barnds, wife of the late Kemp Hatuds, fur many years editor of the Sweet Springs Herald, died at her brother's home at Sin ter Monday. It will be remember, ed that her husband was in New Mexico caring for his wife, when stricken down himself, and since then, her condition has never changed for the belter. The deceased died ef consump tion, being about 35 yearn of age. Her funeral took place ill Sweet Springs and interment followed in the city cemetery, where her hus band was also buried. George H. Mit hell. Mr. George Mitchell, one of Sa line's aged men, departed this life Friday morning. While he hud enjoyed exceptional health for one of eighty-two years, during the past winter, his extreme old age had left its mark upon his vitality, lie seemed quite well on Thurs day morning but wns taken with convulsions at 2:30 in the after noon, from which he failed to rally, his death ensuing at five o'clock next morning. The deceased was lor...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL : REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, MARCH 16. 1900. NO. 6. COLONEL STRANG HERE Meeting of Marshall Men Interested in the North and South Railroad. Committee A pointed.' Colonel A. L. Strang, of Scdalia, well known to tin- people ol Ssilinc hy reason of bis connection with the North mid South road of which I'e litis been n promoter, met n gath ering of Marshall's business men WerineMluy morning "I Wood tfc Huston Hank. An or ganization whs formed through the election of JikIhc TIioiii is King chairman mid George N. Oreur hvcrvtnry. Colonel Strang in stntiii) i lie object of the. incctiug.nuuoituced the willingness and ahilily of the company to hnild the Missouri, Ioa mid Southern railway, provided the towns along the line were ready to do their part. The citizen of Marshall township were asked to subscribe 515.000 mid right-of-way through the town, one-half to be paid when the track is laid and trains running over the line, the second half tc be demande...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. F.nteiril nt the Postoftlce In Mnmhnll. Mil, as dceonil-elus matter. TKKMS: M.00 I'KIt YKAU IN ADVANOK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAI.I,, MISSOtTKI, MAKCIt 1 6, IOOO. BEPOBLIOAK OITY TICKET. For Mayor. V. A. IlLCATTY. For Mui hIiiiI, IIAItDY lillF.F.N. Fop Collector, .1 A MI'S A. I'l SI (Kit. For Alderman -Fht Ward. F.. It. HltoWN. For Altlt'i'iuuu Second Wnril. K. S. I. K Aril. For Alderman Third Wurtl. .IACOH FINK. DELEGATE TO NATIONAL CONVENTION The friends of Mr N. T. Gentry, of Col timhia. Iiave announced that lie will be n can (liilate for (he position of district delegate to the Philadelphia convention. The RiU'rtu.i can ch';et fully endorses Mr. Gentry for the plnce, nnd inasmuch as there is no other can didate for the honor in this end of the district, we see no reason why he should not he elect ed. He is a young man of whom Republicans of the .cvvuth district may well he proud. A Missouriau hy birth and education, a law yer by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Address to Graduating Clm Dr. W. II. Itiuck made an ml tiros on Thursday nt the Coatcs opera house nt Kansas City, to the graduating class of the KunsasCity Medical College, which numbers .St. Tlie Doctor took for his .sub ject "The Old Creek Doctor" ami bundled it us he does everything, with ureal credit to himself. Af ter the lecture an elegant banquet wis givvu at the Coates House by the graduates and the evening wan one long to be remembered by those present. Won The Priie W It liurrusx, a Saline county iMiy, won the fust prize in the de clamatory contest lust week at Col umbia, receiv ing the sum of twenty five dollars for bis efforts. Mr Hurruss, who is a nephew of Mrs. Mary H.irv.y of this city, has a ho-t of relatives and friends all over Saline who congratulate him upon his success. Piano Re ital. Miss Alma Siler, who as a mu sician needs no introduction to Marshall people, will give a piano recital at the college on next Mon day evening, March lyth. ly...

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