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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Beautiful Reception. For the past week Society has been in a flurry over the reception given on Thursday evening by Miss Martha Rea and brother, W. O. Rea, two of Marshall's most popular young people, who gave this beautiful reception as n com pliment to their guest, Miss Martha Rea, of Carrolllou, a lovely young lady, who attracts all who come in reach of her sunny disposition. The beautiful home of 1. II. Rea never looked more beautiful than upon this occasion, filled with merry young people intent upon the pleasure of the evening In the receiving party were Miss Martha Rea and Thomas Kelley, of Molwrl), Miss Katharine Rea of Carrollton, and W. G. Rea, of this city. Miss Martha Rea, who has a style all her own, was beau tifully attired in a blue and white foulard eutraiiic with many rows of lace insertion and lace, with pink roses. This costume was the admiration of all present. Miss Kalhcritie Rea was charming in an elegant black net over American beauty ta...

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. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Marshall Township Meeting In response to the call of County Central Committee, the Rcpuh'i cans of Marshall township met Saturday afternoon for the putosc ' of electing delegates to the county ' convention, called for the coining' Saturday. W. A. Heatty wns made chair man of the meeting and Hobt Low custein secretary. Uon the object of the meeting being stated, A. L Jurdeii offered the following names as delegates to the convention: O. A. Wright, K Lovvtiistein, J Fink, Jos Wronkcr, Chns. I'nreui, Henry Sihantz.M.C. Chaffee, P. H. VnnDxkc, A. I, Jurdt-u, Justus Rose, L. I). Hicks, II. H. Parson, J. II. Keuuer, Henry Smith. Tnl ton Robertson. R. I.. Ilrowu presented a second list of names as delegates; viz , Thro. Jones, M. T. Chastaiu, I.. I). Hicks, H. Lowetistcin, A. 11. Stewart, R. V. Montague, II. H. Parsons, W. A. Hfiutv, 1?. R. Brown, Chas. lVtry, f)r II H Webb. I'rof. J. H. Kennei.Jonn Philips, Thos. Cramble, Kriust Wedges. UKn motitm of Mr. Jurden a stan...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Government Inquiry is being made by the United States Senate Food Commission into the mattrr of foci adulteration, now so prevalent. Twice before the United States Government has made inquiries as to the ingredients and quality of the baking powders of the market. i:-cn time the government report lias b'.uvD Dr. Price's Cream Balling Pow it.:-jh!ghcsrJ ivcning strength, a grape ;ream of tartar powder of sterling worth, md absolutely pure PRICP. DAKINO POWDER CO., CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. , ,. .... ,. Miiiiiim at the Dormitory thlt week. I ( ; i ii mI haliy Imui.'y for tl.iM, at till- olllee. I .en Muriel) of Niiptou wu eity Momlay. Apply tf In the Charlie Craham of Mexleo rnnt 1 Snniliiv In the eity. .1. II. Frawley of luiii-m- eity wat a weleiime vUltor thlt week. t,'harlle 'I'hoinpon pent neverul liny in the elty till- week. ' Horn- to IVaiik Citmpliell and vlfe Thiirtday MarehMli, it daughter. Mint K'atherlne Ulalr hut returned from a vNlt to friundH nt Kan...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 LOW PRICES Fair Dealing, Low Prions and Good Goods is our motto. Our Dross Goods De partment is the most complete we have ever had. Ladies, examine our dross goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry goods line is complete in all its branches and at prices that shame competition. ) V e CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. It In mi :ul;iiimi'0!i'il (iii't that we mi' tln leader- of low prices In this line $ a $ 3 BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. Kvcry man. .vouiij.' and old. know tliat shoes bate advanced to "lii'iil the Imml." We have Imm'ii foiff unlit In this Hue, a we bought our shoes for rpi lii' at the old prices ami tlil mean- a mi v hit; to oar tt iiili- HAT PARTMEHT. We carry tin1 lament lint of Huts In the county anil at price tliat move tln Hut Remember we give coupons with every item wo sell and when you have bought S25.00 vvorlh we give you free, a solid" rocker. Trade with us in l'JOO and save money. YCL'RS I0R LOW PRIClS NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FA...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i INTERESTING STORE NEWS m m m m 9 a Chiefly -about the now- tint very now Spring mercliniuliHe. Not one ntory of "reduction" uh tilts word In- generally umlewtood follows. The superior valine which are herewith recorded are not tlie result of price' cutting, they come nlumt in a fair, legitimate manner. By them you are enabled to test our-method and our command of the markets. Every offering is interesting, not only because of its beauty, and its newness, but also localise of the extreme reasonableness of price. A ureal (fathering. A atock worthy of thin tore. A xtoi-k which embrace numlicrle noveltic In weave anil delicti. A toek from which the lover of black In dr:' nui.v be utllled. A ittock from which lover of the new hadc In drea may Ik- utllicd. A Htook from which lover of olf ultlnjr may Ik utltled. Dhiiic fanlilon ha aaln Mulled upon bluck, anil we have (riven black die (rood the cure anil attention to which they arc entitled. A look through our ilreHH ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Rt til EtntM Tratiffrrt- M W Slinmei m .V wf to Otto Kobx, lots I, -J, :i tV 4, hlk :t, llliicKburn tH-Vl. FI'CamplR-ll A: wf to. I II Hates, It. lots I mid 2, hlk I. S Add, Mar shall, tHHH). .1 II Hutes .V wf to F V Can pbell .V: wf. I 'I. lots 12 .V I.I, 1.1k A, KiitflMi 2nd Add, Mill-hull, 1H(KI. C L.loncx to T.I Johns, It lot H, It Add Sweet SprliitfH. iVMl. Itld; Park Asx'n to II F & 0 . Lawless, lots III .V 41 tXt, (it n Hascmclcr to Jos Schlecr, A :iJ-.Vl-l!l iTiMht !co Hustim-lcr to .Ion Schlczcr, HO a ::-:t)-V) r.r.w. iu-.tnvc Kun.c iV wf to (' A Klnir V .1 II Vunwlnklo HIT, A, 21 .V 2V:.I-2I iV hi. V It Jamcx and wf to F II He-kclt. U nci ot IiiiiiI, I.V.VM'I am. I'll llcskcllto Mary .1 llcskctt, tract of land, I.V.Vi-:!!. 2uu. S W A rrni'titi out to Mury .1 llcskctt triict of laud, l.V.Mi-'JI. iil.Vi. .1 M Xclson .V wf lull Klnir. Iihi A, H..Vl.ti, :hkhj. Win Klehmnit l ill toKdivttrd Parks, tC. A, i'l-HMIl, WiHHI. Mrs M K S Cumin II to Nathan .lo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MURDER AT MALTA BEND. Thomas Q. Purcell, Junior Editor of Malta Bend Democrat Shoots and Kills Charles C. Bailey, a Young Farmer of that Community. FOUR SHOTS FIRED BY Facts at Brought Out in Coroner' Inquest, Held at Malta Bend, Mnn day. Narrated by Special Correspondent of Marshall Republican. Verdict of the Jury. Stvl:il to Marshall ltfitllti'iiti. Multu I tend. Mi.. March II. Tin- town of Mult a Iti'iid was horrl lied to im uluiiiilnir extent hist Satur day (veiling, when successive pistol shot, wlilcli maile one of out' citizen u murderer in tin1 fatal woiiiullntr of another, ram: out upon tin1 stillness of tin' cvcnltuf. I'.xcltcinciit ran high. I'hIiIIi foclinc lavainc Intense n ml seemed lonylnj: to vent Itf fury. The judgment of cool and unlinpitsslinicd heads prevulllnir nhovc rashness and reckless resentment, prevented a ilein oiistrullou ol popular fccllin: and ihii-Im (I any attempt at I v lU'hWiir. This tippallltu: tate had Itx source In tin' k...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALTSPRINCS. I'rof. Campbell KK'iit .Sunday In Mnmhull. Mm Chun Itrown wiix nick u few ilo tliln week. Preaching next Sunday by tin- Mt-th-odlnt mlnlntcr, Hev Mitchell. Mm .1 V lllnlr In vMin friend. In Mumhall ami Multii Hend thin week. .lui Mitchell' mile wan well attend-i-l TucHiluy iiml everything lriiutrlil a Kood price. Mm Juo.Chrrry It ft Saturday even liitf fur tier home In K. ;., after a lx week May here. .1 W llinwii returned lei tlu honpltul in K. ('. Monday, lit- cxicctH to Ih1 I tack In a few tiny. Or Welch tin veterinarian frnni Mamhall vii out Friday vuccliuitliii; Ihmjh for V S Newell. Mr iiml Mm Hurry Under expect to move Into the Newell hotinc thin week mill ImvIii hoiinekceplnif. Mcnnm Jin Welch. Wm Mcl'lcllnnd iiml . I tin Orr olil u lui'Kii number of fit. hoir thin week to Frank Kay for L.M. We urennrry to Mute that .1 P Fill kcrnou doc not improve. It In very hard on 1 1 1 1 ii u he liu hurilly ever hail u iIii.v'm lckncn tu ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i Rev. Conoley'a Service Rev. W. N. Conoley, the evan gelist who is conducting services at the M. K. Church South, is prov inn wonderfully successful in his meeting, not only in drawing and interesting large crowds, but in the number of his conversions mid reclamations. The seating capac ity of the building hns proven in adequate on several evenings tor the crowds which have thronged to hear him. He does not resort to attempt to excite the feel in us of his hearers thtough paMtctic rela tion of tc itching iniidciiK His methods are straight-forward and his discourse to the point. His mind is logical, his delivery impressive and hi method of presentation forcible: his ser mons are strong pleas because they are intense, sincere and well drawn, based upon close study and broad knowledge of the truths of the gospel They are beautiful be cause they contain the csi nee of unadulterated M'rip:ur. John king Very III. Some two years ago John King of Sbiickleford was bitte...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN ran t M ' If '. JS'. MONTAGUE WHITE The Boer Agent in America Who Admits the Hopicssncss of His Country's Cause. THE LITTLE COUNTRY PAPER. JOSH WINK. 1 1' Just a little paper It Isn't Id (lute: It han't any supplement or colored fashion ptnlo. It comes mil every IVIilny. unless the forms uiu pled; The out-lilc Is home-printed, wltli a lioltfi'-plutv Inside. It IniMi'l any cable direct from nlil llombuy. Hut It sajs thai "Colonel ItriMilu Ik In our mlilM to day." Il ilin'-n't fiM'in to worry admit affairs of state, Hut II tell tliut ".locph tlttwkiiiH ha painted IiIh front Kate." It never mention Kinder or Joseph (.'hainhcrluln, Mut mix that "Thompson's grocery Iiiim a new window iani'." And that "the Mission Workers will jflvi a festival. "And there'll Ih a temperance lecture In WlllliuuUoopcr's hall." It about tlu meunle tliut .llininy llunkliiM had, And says that Israel Johnson "has become a happy dad.' It miim tliut "older inukliitf shortly Ih to comment!','' ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 1 THROUGH OTHERS' GLASSES g a fe The Marxhall Hepubllcan xouvenlr pel It Ion wan tho nontext we have xeen thli year.- Fayette Ailvci-tlaer. Thu Marxhall Hepubllcun Imued a handxotnu aouvonlr edition laxt week. New Franklin Newx. The xouvenlr edition of the Murxhall Hepubllcan wan a gem one of the ucutcxt nnil ln'ft gotten up that hux ronched thin oltlet? for iiiiiny u doy. I'llt'lt AppClll. Tim Mnritliull Hepubllcun l-t wk published u xnuvcnlr I'llltittn. which not only rcllectx credit upon lix I -tor, titil upon tin- city ol Murxhull. It l ii work of art -Miami Newx. Tlic xouvenlr edition of thc.Murxhall Hcpuhlican, limied Inxt week. - very humUnmc ami up-to-date, ami l it credit to the editor and the town. It lcHakx entrrprlxc. Macon Cltl.en. The .Murxhull Iti'pulilloan lino juxt Ixxued a huudxnmcly Illustrated xou venlr edition of It xtrret fair. It In an urtlxllc ami highly creditable xn eltnen of newspaper enterprise. I.cx Ingtoti Intelligencer. The xouvenl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MARCH 25, 1900. NO. 7. CRIMINAL COURT. Bledsoe Plead Guilty Indictment for Murder in the First Degree Found Against Dudley and Purcell-Klrfcy' Case Set for May 17. State vs James H. Kirhy: continued until May 17th. State vs. Win. Young : defendant dis charged from parole. State vs. J. j Hawkins. Richard Mitchell. Isaac Reavis, Jessie Mount, James Cnrr and Hen Davis; parole continued. State vs Henry T. Hledsoe: defendant withdraws plea of not guilty filters a plea of guilty; defendant is remanded to await fur ther action of court. State vs. Owen l'yle; state dismisses and defendant is discharged. State vs. Frank Keuner; burglary and lar ceny; parole continued. State vs. Frank lirown; forgery; defendant withdraws plea of not guilty heretofore en tered and pleads guilty to forgery in third de gree and is remanded to await sentence , State v. John Smith; burglary and larceny; defendant is tried by jury, found guilty and pun...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntred t the PoHtorllce In Marshall, Mo., an M!Ottd-cla inalUT. TKIIMS: 11.00 PKH VKAU IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MARCH 23, I900. REPDBLIOAH OITY TIOKET. For Mayor, V. A. IIEATTY. For Marahal, HAKDY CJKKKN. For Collector, JAMK8 A. FI8IIKK. For Alderman Flrat Wanl. k. u. nuowx. For Alderman Second Ward, K. 9. I.KAC'H. For Alderman Third Ward, JACOB FINK. TO BE EDITED BY MINISTERS. The failure which has in a measure, attend ed Mr. Sheldon's management and editorship of the Topcka Capital may be ascribed to a diversity of short-comings, but to none with such force as that his presumption in claiming to edit a paper as Jesus would, came to I re garded by many Christian people as sncreli gious. True, his paper was not interesting from n news stand-point, nor were his discus sions of social problems and philosophic mor alizing calculated to instill a permanent inter est in the mind of readers; for these many rea son...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION MEETS. Delegate to State. Senatorial. Congre iooal uti Judicial Coaventioos Selected Instruction for Laa'ie Orear mi Eadortcment of N. T. Geatry-OISckl Mhuite of the Proceed lap. The Republican County Convention met in the circuit court room Saturday, Mnrch 17th, 1900, and was called to order by Chairman M. T. Chastain of the county committee at 10:20 a.- m The object of the meeting was stated by the chairman and the recommendations of the committee for temporary organization announced. This action was ratified in the election of Mr. L. D. Hicks for temporary chairman and C. P Boyer of New Frankfort for secretary. Mr. A. B. Stewart moved that the names of the townships be called by the secretary, and that each township in its order name represent atives to serve upon the following committees, viz.: Permanent Or ganization and Order of Business, Credentials and Resolutions, which motion was seconded and carried. Hy vote of the convent...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. were submitted and approved by convention, as follows: H. H. Parsons, J. W. Blair, J. M. Null, L. C Shackelford . S. P. Houston, George Bingham, II. G. Bowman, R. N. Taylor, K. J. Genscr, M. T. Chastain. The townships were then called, and committeemen elected at town ship elections upon March loth, 1900, announced: Arrow Rock George Bingham. Blackwater W. B. Yan Dyke. Salt Fork J. T. McAllister. Cambridge J. F. Cross, Ed T. Alexander. Klmwood J. V. Blair. Grand Pass S. p. Houston. Miami -W. B. Mullins Marshall M. T. Chastnin, W A. Beatty. Salt Pond H. G. Bowman. Convention adjourned at 3:15 p. m sine die. S hrcckfavRieger. I At ten o'clock Monday morning, February 26, 1900, at the Catholic church, Mr. Krnest Schreckler formerly of Missouri, but now of La Grande, Oregon, and Miss Rosa Kicger, of Saline county, Missouri, were united in marriage, the Rev. Father Fronin officiating. Mr. J. Swart, acted as Ircst man and Miss Lillian Burroughs, niece of the groom, as...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BAKING POWDER Made from Grape Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists. CHICAGO, ,ul (lrlr uw , , , kul .,i, Sweet Springs Home Seeker. A train hearing twenty-five fmiii- j lies, formerly residents of Sweet Springs and that .section of the county, lelt, over the Missouri Pa cific Monday evening on a special train for Kansas City, from which point, they will he tnketi north to portions of North Dakota. They o in starch of homes of their own, having been renters in this county. Kami at $1.00 to Si 50 an acre can he purchased in the north and the railway lines traversing that section are anxious to colonize it, believ ing they will he repaid by the freight hushiest accruing from an increased number of producers. A committee of three, headed by T. F. Huston was lust fall selected to make a tour of the Dakotas and as a result of the favorable report made by them, these Salinites have gone up to po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

9 S m t - , THE HEW YORK S0R m m 3 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft S ft ft ft ft ft ft g I g ft ft S ft i ft Our entire store is donning Spring clothes. Eveiy department is daily getting nearer completion for your Spring trade. Such an elegant assortment of seasonable goods has never been opened for the public of Saline. We are showing styles and values that can be beaten nowhere. Mothers Should Dress Their Boys Well. We are ready to assist you. Those who get their clothes here will he the lest dressed in town for we carry a full line of that celebrated make There is none value. "THE TWENTIETH CENTURY" lietter for fit, style and Vc bare Children's Suite in all the late patterns, from We bare from ?5( J Si tf.50tl $15.00 A better lot of Boys and Youths' Clothes have never lieen seen anywhere before. Biiu'j OUR STOCK OF LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR TAILOR MADE JITS........ Are the talk of the town. Never lefore has it been )ossible fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL INBRIEF. II. H. Hawkins drove to Grand Pass Monday. (ood baby buggy for fil.oo. Apply at thin olllee. tf Larkln Hancock, of Ulackhurn, wax down Sunday. Vincent Ort'ar had a xovcrc neU of croup Sunday night. A. S. Van Anglen, of Malta (lend, wax In the city Monday. (). T. Harris, of St. Loulx, wax a vlxltor In thi' city Monday. Mrx. It. C. Young and xon, A. C, left Tuexduy for Ullnolti on a visit. Mr. unil Mrs. J. N. Hooth spent Suniluy with friend In Kansas City. Theodore Mayer left Saturday even lug for St. Joseph to spend Sunday. ltolcrt CtuuplK'll spent Stiuday with Dr. and Mm. I). M. Spoil at llluek liurn. Thomas Piilllam, from New Mexico, Id vMtlng hU sisters, north of Mur xhull. I". II. Pemliertnn had a line Jersey cow to die thlx week after a few dnyx Illlll'O". Mix Mollle Keys und Mrx. Axhby Kcyx of Ilardeiuutit were In the elly Suturduy. Mr. Max Kuner and wife und Mrx. Kmlllc Mayer are sojourning ut Kxccl slor Springs. Mr. I). I.. Cooper In entert...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t t t V t t t i t 9 $ 9 t t t t t t t t t 9 t t 9 LOW PRICES 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 goods, we will save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Our dry goods line is complete in all its branches and at prices that shame competition. t I dlTMrK MMRTMHT. It U an acknowledged fact that wo i are tliu leaders of low prlcos In thin line NOT ANft SHOE MMRTMfrlT. Kvery man, young and old, know that shoea have advanced to "heat the band.' We have been fortu nate In thin line, an we bought our shoea for spring at the old price and thin mean a saving to our trade NAT MMRTMHT. Wo carry the largest line of Hat In the county and at price that move tho Hat Remember we give coupons with every item we sell and when you have bought $25.00 worth we give you free, a solid rocker. Trade with us in 1900 and save monev. YOURS TOR LOW NHS NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FARME...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 23 March 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Papers for the Farm The large and Increasing circula tion of The Live Stock Indicator In thl county Ih a matter for congrat ulation to the publisher and to good farming, for, of alt the palter of It class In the country, It I easily 'he best and most helpful. It Special Farmer Institute edition, lMicd with the regular edition the llrt week in ench mouth, have been for year the admiration of all practical farmer. Written wholly by farmer, they are full of actual cxH?rlenee and Ntuell of the oll. We have lecn fortunate enough thl eaon to secure term for Tint Indicator and It .Special Farmer Intltute Kdltlon. together with The Poultry Farmer and The Farmer Mutual Initio anre Journal, four of tho most valuable farm pub lication in tho country, thai euuble u to offer the four In connection with our own paper fortl.'J.'i for the en tire live, mm year. Thl I emphat ically n good thing, and no farmer In thl country hould fall to take ad vantage of the offer. For u lurgu...

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