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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Township Delegates Met at Marshal Monday, Electing Delegates to State Nominating and Cons grcssional Convention! State Office-Seek-en Lookers On. The deb-gates from the vatiott townships oi Saline county electee in the Democratic primaries of Sat unlay, met in couveiition Monday hi the circuit court room at 1 1 a, m. The convention wns called to order by Chairman Chapline of the Leutttil ComuiilWc. wlioaiiiiounccd the object of the mectinit to be the selection of delegate from Saline county to the State Nominating and Congressional convent ions, the former to inert ut Kansas City June 51I1, the latter ut Holiv.ir Apri .Sth K Sam Hujs, Salt Pond town sbiii. was elected temporary presid iiiK officer, and W. R. Rhoades, Cambridge township, wns miide tempotnry sccntaiy. The roll of townships was then call datid each rtsondd with the tihincs of its representatives upon the following commitiees.'j ., cki-dhntiai.s. Arrow Rock Wm Tylei. Hlackwate...

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. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DFL WW 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. MICE BAKINO POWDCft CO., CHICA40. Imitation taking milrt mr mmtlv mailt from Klutti hrv mi) mi IrM wr iihiihI, hut (tint u U ut Hi tust l linilllk Postal ImproTements Through the kindness of Post master Jurdcn, we learn of sonic iuiMrtant changes that have re ('inly Ihj.mi made in the postal ser vice, in which the convenience of the public lias hecii largely consid ered. For instance, money orders that were formerly drawn (in any given post office were payable at that post office only, which was often a great source of annoyance and in convenience to the owner; hut, un der the new order of things, money orders drawn on any office in the United States, are payable nt any first or second-class post otllce in the country. And if you have a money older payable at Slater, or any othei town in this county, you can cash i...

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. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Black Ct Party. One of the most pleasant as well oh one of the most original parties of the season wns given on Tucs day evening by Miss Nettie Kellcy at litr home on South Odell, com plimentary to her cousin, Miss Temple, of Kentucky. The guests were very cordially received by Miss Kellcy, who was becomingly gowned in n green organdie, with accordion plaited ruffles, and vio lets. Miss Temple wore a handsome white organdie, with trimmings of white rililxm nud lace;corsagc bou quet of pink roses. The pretty rooms were profusely dtcorntcd with black cats. They adorned the walls, the doors, the curtains, anil from every nook and corner peeped a black cat. Some were aged, others quite young; some very large, while others were very small, and some of them were indeed very beautiful. The black cat contest was fidl of fun for the participants. To each guest was given n card containing twelve questions, in which the word cat was to Ik: used in the an swers. For instanc...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Just One More Sunday AND THEN Let us 1ml p you prepare for It. We Him now weaves mid in nil the now c M f K1'"' ,l"(l castors in a verv stvlisli E gk PXED worth Of) to 7fe, wo oiler at 50c the FA I Qlv spuns at oik! dollar and '..AO 1 HF HlwV trimminn wo have appliouo allovors 3 9 houses in Now York Wfcete tie Styles OrlilMte We have them at .:(). u.oo. 15.00, 18.00 and 'J5.00. We ourMtee fit m SltlSlKtlM. ho had for the uioii- THE Tlose New "finier Purses".. ev WleiYou. Tin: latest fad. to see them: Ask thov annot lie dcscrilicd on paper. get your ICaster Hat ; vou should have a iStylish Veil. We have all of the hit- est weaves. i - Upholstery (Joods. Our carpet loom is ready with New Car pets New Rugs, New Mattings. New l'ortiors. New Lace Curtains, K:c. Our goodH are right, our prices the lowest, and our work host. 1 YORK STORE MAYER & SON- : ft The Reading. . The high-class rending given on Tuesday evening at the Marshall Opera House by K. E. Ward and si...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 8 HTfTT T TKTCDVI liJITT T TTVTCDVI mr 9 MILLINERY! n t n n s s g By Saturday, the 7th of April, wo will lie ready with our Millinery department for your inspection and all s tjt) jn,jos, j Marshall and Saline county are invited to come and nee our dis- play and assortment for Ladies, Misses' and Children's Hate; best of all, see the awful Low Prices that Good, Nobby and really Up-to-Date Millinery can be Hold for. Our $'2.00, $8.00 and $4.00 Hataare beauties why bless you our old-time conietitorH ask you $0.00, $8.00 and $10.00 for HatH not near ho good and think them cheap, and will try to make you think they are cheap. This in all accomplished by sticking to the three magic words which rule our entire store UNDERBUY X UNDERSELL CASH Such a line of Street Walking Hats you never saw in one pile. As to styles and Up-to-l)ate Millinery don't be fooled by the cry of cheap goods and all the rubbish indulged in by some of our would-hecomiotit ors, for that is the on...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. See Mahard and Hon for bulk gard en seek. 2w Wednesday for Judge llollvar. Havl left T.W. Lacy Monday. made a trip to his farm MrM. J. W. Carter ent Tuesday In Kansas City. Friday Ik llsh day at Opera House Meat Market. 2w I'. II. Ilea returned Friday from F.x ccUlor Springs. Morrln Young of the county was In the elty Monday. Sweet k'Uh and nasturtiums In hulk at Mahurd V Son. 2w .1. A. William of Kansas City, wum In the elty Tuesday. Co to theOieru House meat market foe tlrxt class meat. 2w Miss Stella Sanger has aeeepted position with .lake Kret. A llrst class hleyele euii he hoiiL'ht very cheap at Mitchell's. Miss Willie Hnrnds of the county In shopping Tuesday. Mahard V Son curry eholre hlue grass seed the year around. 'Jw Mr, llollvar IIulT of Herndoii wa shopping In thu elty Monday. l 1 'l l ll..lf.... ..I ! ........... ..... ...... friend at Malta llend Sunday .Mr. S. T. Hunter, who Iium been j nlek with lagripH l out again. I MImm Katherl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I PRICES t I ! 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. i i t t t t 9 9 9 9 9 $ m 9 9 9 $ (lOTWIKi MMRTMHT. It Is nn acknowledged fact Hint we are thi' leaders of low prices In this line MOT AND SHOE RfMRTMMT. Kvery man, young and old, know thai shoe have advanced to "heat the band." Wo have leen fortu nate In thin line, an wo bought our hIhm-h for spring at the old prices and thin meaiiH a xavlng to our trade HAT KMRTMMT. We carry the Urgent lino of Hattt in tho eounty and at price that move the HatH Remember we give coupons with every item we sell and when you havu bought $25.00 worth we give you free, a solid" rocker. Trade with us in 10 antl save money. YOURS FOR LOW MIKES NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FARMER. LOCAL I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LESTON FARE. Dtlightful Recipet for Dishes of Eggs aod Ubot.se FnK with canned oparo;n top ure prepared In thl manner: Into u hot uuccpan, In which a jrcnerou piece of htitUM' has lieen placed, break lx WW, iM'sunn with alt utiil pcpier uml mix all thoroughly, cooking for about three minutes: then add u hunch of frehly boiled apariiKiitnp. Serve In hot dish. IH WITH l.'ASNKI MfSllltOOMS. Chop very line twenty-four canned uiuhroomi, Iilf an onion, put In a nurcpun on the rang? with u Mililc spoonful of butter and cook xlowly for three minute: season with Halt. iep mt anil a hit of llncly uhupH-d par lev: add u little white hroth and cook for live minute. Into lx vk '"I"1 pour inline of thin nucc, hreak an vuu Into each cup and till the cup with the nance. IMacc theejfjr flip in a tin illr.li and hake In a very hot oven fot two minute. Serve at once. ttMIH WITH CKI.KItV SAI't'H Poach carefully the number of cjrtf half a pint Hay, and a irllt of aplc. jelly, to a H...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. All-wool t'uricN at H nt Hun xoii'm Sam Vum-toiie It In tlie elty vlxltltitr ll-llltivi'H. Straw Mntllnir- IJe. worth lft hI HaiixotiV. IIuiihohV More It erowileil with buy el-. Low irlii't iloctthi) IiihIiichm Hov WaNTKI Till ollloe ilftlrt-K a trootl. reliable hoy. Apply for Infor niatloii. If Mf. I'nrkiT Payne having aeeupteil u potltlon tit St'iliillu left yewtertlay for that point. Ml Mary Velli. of Mount loti mil. wilt ii Kile! thlt week of Mr. iiuil Mr, .lot. 1 1 uttil 1 1. Will S. K0011U i-eimm-il MoihIiiv from u week' vlttt to frlemU In Do viTiinil l'xlnton. Ml-h Tyler anil Steve llooil, of Ar . ti ... . . . rOW lilH'K. Iiri-llllllllllieil I IV .MtNH Kutlieilm- llooil. tNnt Tiii'tilay In Maoluill. Dr. .1. W. I In I Icy. formerly of Mai chilli, hut mure reeently of Swt Sprluu't. hat ntuw to Miami. I ml Inn Territory, to re-lile. Mai'thall I'i-'ii'.v. of NVI-nii, aireil 1 cart,il liil on Tih-iIhj morning;. April Mil. Ilurlal took plnee WeilneMlny at tin N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SHACKELFORD, .1 C Mnloney went to Marshall Sun tin). Mint Maud Smith was In Marshall Mondn.v. Mrs Frank Carter wan xlck a few days till week. Sittirt Doolan anil Alox Boll were In tho county Kcat Saturday. I'aul F.vans and sister, Ml May went to Mat-Khali Satunluy. Mlsx May Kvan visited MIhk Julia Turlcy Saturday and Sunday. Jess Fnlkerxnn shipped 1 car of cat tle to Chicago Tuesday night. Will McClelland flipped 2 ears of fiit tic to Chicago Tuesday nlttht. Knocli Colvcrt shlpcd 1 ' lad ' cuttle to St. UmU Tucdaj night. Mr Fltzglbbnim of Mnrnhall shipped I cur of hogs to St. Louis Monday. The Fancy Work Club will meet with Miff Ida Doolan next Thursday. Dave Welling of Chicago. shlpcd il cui x of cattle to Chicago Suturdiiy lut. Mlsxcx Mary Kennedy and Annie Kellet visited Mr Will Kcllet iIiIh week. Mrs. Jahns spent afewday at home thlx week, it'turnlngto Marxhall Wed nesday. MIhh lola Colvcrt returned to Mar shall where she Ih attending M. V. C,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. !no(l baby biijruy fin l.uo. Apply ul III Ik otllcc. tf ' Friday I h day at Opera IIoiiho Meat Market. lw (Jo to the Opera House meal market for llrt clu meat. 2w A beautiful line of wilkM In all the new shade at Striker. tf 5u Mayer made a Hying trip to Katun Cltj Sutiinlay. Mr. T. M. Italncy I endlng the week Willi relative ut Mexico. Mr. ai.d Mr. Frank Mcltobcrt of Malta llentl wen- down Hattirdny. Howard Kimball of Kaima City In terviewed our tore men Tueday. Mr. .lohtiton of Nelson wa hopplug in Marliall on Saturday. I.. M. Lake returned .Saturday from a vllt to lit pare iiIh at lllgglnvillc. Mle Maggie and Katie Ityan of near Slater, were In the elty Satur day. Mr. II. Y. Cephort returned Wed. nod ay from u vllt to friend at Ncl- ou, W. II. Fletelier and daughter, Ml (icorgliin, returned Siilurdny from St. Lout. Hair cutting I.V UntliH I.V Will Schanx harltcr liop I.V.' Wet Arrow Street. Mr, .lane Huff left Friday for an extended vllt to fr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 6 April 1900

ARSHALL REPUBLICAN. At tlio New York Store are lwautics. We have tlntm in the Stylish Grey Scotch Mixtures, tin1 Striped and Checked Worsteds ami Blue Serge, for $7.50, '0, K U.50, If, mid 18. in that Celebrated Make, the Haltlmore Tailor-Made. We have the Latent ('ill Coat, the Double Breasted Vest, and Trousers out correctly. A look through our various lines will convince you that our suits Fit Well, Are Cut Correctly, X and Our Prices Are Right. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. We have .just opened our Spring and Summer Line of Negligee Shirts. We have them at f0c. .rc. 1.00. 1.50 and '.7. A more stylish line than the "hyon Itraud" can lie I'ouud nowhere. Hi I i 3: YOUNG'S HATS Our Line of Young's Hats for I WO are ready. They are the correct style, and there are "none better made. We also have a line lot of Klcgant Neckwear. THE NKJV YORK STOFiHS. i (leu Oordon'ft Lecture' A lui'ut' mill appii-datlvc audience ifnetcd Ceil. .IiiIiii II. Cordon lit the MiiMMilf Temple Tuesday oveiilni.' to hear t...

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. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, APRIL 15, 1900. NO. 10. COMMENT ON CONTINUOUS SESSIONS. Missouri Valley's Recent Step Highly Praised by an Educational Journal. Missouri Valley College, Mnritliall, Mo., is the lit -t school in Missouri to adopt the "Continuous Sessions" plan. There is no good reason why the State University and ail the better colleges should not ndopt this plan. In fact, theie are many good reasons why they should do so. Why should an educational in stitution with fine buildings uud equipments-, and every facility for educating nil comers, with endowments and property values running into hundreds of thousands, be closed and re main idle for two or three months in each year? In no other line of human activity is this done. There is too much invested and too great need for a wider diffuion of knowl edge for these institutions to remain idle a sin gle day. We are glad that Missouri Valley ns taken this progressive step and hope at least ...

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. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. JHARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knteml nt the PoMotllcc In Marnliall, Mo., as second-ola mntti'i'. TKKMS: I.OO PKU YKAU IX ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAM., MISSOURI, Al'KII, 13, IOOO. Orear and Chastaiu arc a good team and will lead their Democratic opponents a merry race. Saline County should increase her 3,10(1 votes for Lewis to at least 3,500 for Joe Flory for governor. Ait ordinance "to lorrow money to meet current expense" was oIkiM the first con templatioti of the Hlair administration, hut its troubles are not purely financial. The Mexico Ledger (l)em.) says Sam Cook is not even a good member of the local school hoard, yet the people of Missouri will most certainly he asked to elect him Secretary of State. The Republicans of Saline have been hon ored with both the Congressional and Sena torial nominations. utid upon no two of her sous could the party take greater pleasure and pride in seeing these honors conferred than Hons. Leslie Orear and M T. Chast...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LESLIE OREAR CHOSEN. Nominated for Congress by Republicans of the Seventh District in Con" vention at Sedalia Tuesday. THE PROCEEDINGS HARMONIOUS. Frank Roberts of Greene and Judge Shirk of Tetib, Delegates to the National Conven tion and Judge Hubbard for Presided' tial Elector Flory and Akins Endorsed. The Seventh Distrirt Republican Congress ional Convention met in the court-room at Se dalia Tuesday morning at 10:30, being called to otder by P. II. Satigrce ol that city, with full delegations from every county present. Tent orary organization was effected by the election of J. H. Upton of Polk, cnttirman; F.. P. Ford of Pettis, .secretary, and P. II. Van Dvke of Saline, assistant secretary. Upton, when called to the chair, delivered a forcible talk, tefcrring to Democracy's plight in searching for an issue, and tbe par ty's failme thus far to secure a vote-catching one. while on the other hand the Republicans oi Missouri were fighting for an issue which overs...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. County Court Proceeding. Satisfactory evidence having been introduced that Lucy Kate McCor mack is insane, court orders her sent to asylum at Nevada as a coun ty patient. John and 1) N. Hurrcss granted ferry license and fixing ferriage rates is approved. Bond approved. Action of the clerk in appointing road commissioners during vacation approved by court. Hond of G. T. Drown and J. K. Wnlden for ferry license from Mi ami to Carroll county shore not ap proved. License not granted. S. K. Brady, J. P., Liberty town ship, offers his resignation, which is accepted. Wesley I'rton el al. files petition asking court to appoint Samuel Kotlmx'k J. P., Liberty township, in vacancy of Brady. Same ap pointed J. P. for said township till next election. S. It. Hill et al. file petition ask ing court to appoint G. I). Sviu ney J. 1. for Cambridge township to fill vacancy of I 'rank V. Nor veil ("deceased). Court makes the appointment till the next general election. Clerk ordere...

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. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Registration oi Letters. Wc arc indebted to Postmaster Jlirden for rules mid regulations controlling the "Registration of Letters by LelWr Carriers." which we take pleasure i i prcu-utiug to our renders. The following rubs will begin nfter April t6th, 1900: To the Public: lu giving to res idents of cities the advantage of having their letters registeied nt their own door, the provisions of the "eight hour law," as applied to carries, unices it nece-sary for the depatttnent to exact certain re-uiH-uient.jWhich, though easy of fulfillment, are nevertheless imper ative. 1. Only letters can Itv registered, and they must be ready in every re-peel when the cut tier calls, for he is forbidden, on pain of dls uitsMil, to wail even a fraction of a minute longer than is necessary to wiile the receipt. 2. Every letter must he .inclosed in an envelope strong enough to salely carry contents, and be in per feet condition. The envelope must beat name and address of sender, nam...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. In Honor of Mkc Ruth Strong. A charming musical reception was Riven on Tuesday evening at Mistletoe Hall by the club, iu hon or of Miss Ruth Strong, one of Marshall's most popular young vo calists.who has but recently return ed from her studio in St. Louis under Prof. Alex Henncman. The guests were limited in num. ler atul many of these were cx tiemely musical, so that the program met with n very cnthusi nstic reception and was decidedly one of the most pleasant events of the season. The following pro gram was carried out in tts entirety: l'KOOKAM. Mandolin Clnl Selection Vocal How Can I Forget Von, Miss Brown. Violin (a) When I Think of You: (h) I I.ove Only Von, Mr. Otlcy. Vocal-(a) What the HirdsSay; (b) My Nightingale, Mist Strong. Ariel Quartette Selection Vocal Believe Mr. Mayer. Vocal Love in Spiingtime.Miss Francisco. Piano Minuctta, op. 78, Mr. McMillan. ' Vocal Friends, Miss Strong. Violin Obligato -Mr. Vawter. Violin (a) The Palm; (b) In ter mezzo Cav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Peartonfcn Society. "An livening Among Hooks" wns the subject of an entertainment by tin-1. ar.soiiiaii Societv of Mis sotiri Vnl'ey College, in ilie chnpcl on Thupdny -v niiiK 1,1 tlit-ir open .session, comparing most favorably with those given in the past by this society, which is acknowledged to be one of the finest training schools for oratorical development in the West, and is a gnat cudit io our college The eulertaiuuieiit wns given in the form of a httrte.Mue on the fol lowing productions: ''The Merry Chanters," Vanity Fair," "II Pensern-o," " I.es Micrahles," "Measure (or Menstire." 'All's WellTh..t linds Well." -The Snow limine." "The Choir Invisible." "In Memoriani, "Songs ol Pippa," i, Morning; 2, Noon: 3, N.ght. The (ike Club, whose singing was very highly appreciated by the niKlifiice. represented " The Choir Invisible" and "The Merry Chant eis." O. C. Gross, an original and im aginative thinker, gave a xcm en tithd "('.olden Leaves of Poetry," that...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Great Name Is a guarantee of Superior Worth In baking powder, in these days of un scrupulous adultera tion, a great name gives the best security. There are many brands of baking powders, but Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is recognized at once as the brand of great name, a powder of highest favor and reputation. Everyone has absolute confidence in the food where Dr. Price's Baking Powder is used. Pure a::d healthful food is a matter of vital importance to every individual. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder assures the finest and most wholesome food. Made from pure grape cream of tartar. ORICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. Notr. Avoid the imitation luktng "w tiers. They arc iwM'y in.id i n ilium, a cheap, cui-tic acid. i!.i:i - r mis tu health when takni in f.ml. LOCAL INiRIEF. I ah I le Orcur led Monday for Se lullu. See Maharil ami Sim for hulk gard en eck. '2w Dr. M. F. Ming lefi Saturday for Nevuilu. (ionil huby buggy fur d.no. Apply at thlx olllcc. tf Friday ...

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