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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. prices " :"' 9 I 9 I Kair 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 pur cent. Our dry goods line is complete in all its branches and at prices that shame competition. c e e I c I $ i c $ I $ e $ c m $ $ 9 ttOTWIKi MMftTMNIT. It Ih an acknowledged fact that we are tln leuder of low price In thl line MOT AND SHOE MMRTMMT. livery iiiuii. young uml old, know tliut hoe have udvnnccd to "lieat the hand." Wo liuvo been fortu n ato In tliU lino, a wo bought our shoe for spring at tin- old price uml thl mean n saving to our tl'llllc HAT MMtTMfNT. We carry the Urgent Hue of lint In the county and at price tliut move the lint Remember 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 1900 and save money. yours roit low mis NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE. M. K, FARM...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. . .lexx O'ltannnn went to llluckwuter Tuenday. tiotiil Ituliy huy for il.on. Apply lit thin otllre. tf l. I., Cooper Into hccn mi the xlek lint till week. Friday I" lUli titty at opera Hoime Mi'Ht Market. 2w .1 uincM lluri'Nun. if Hlnekhurn. wu low ti Wedncxdoy. (in to tlu 0H-ru limine moat market fur Hot flu meat. 2w Dr. It, M. Spottx, of lllaekhiiru.wun in the city Tuemluy. Sweet in-lip uiiil uunturtlumn In Imlk ut Milliard V Son. 2w It. K. I.. Smith made u trip to ,lcf femon City thin week. 11(1 tO till' 0HTII HotlCI' IIICUl llllll'kl't for limt clanx iiii'iit. 2w Dev. K. K.Morrix left Tiicnduy even ing for Topeku. Kiiumi-. Drink Celery phonphute at Looml' fountain for your nerve-. 2t Malianl A Son t-urry choice lilui' itruxx tin .war aroiiiul. 2w Drink cocu-colu at I.00111NV fnuu lain to keep on" xprhiir fever. 2t .1. I.. Woodhrhluc attended I 'realty tcry ut lndecndcnec iIiIh week. (!. M. Franelxco anil K. D. Martin Hnt Tiionduy in Sweet Sni...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. l)f. Will Stint t vlfltt U Kjiikuh Cil. till week. went to KnnxiiH City .tunic Klint WcdncHduy. C I.. JronM returned Tuewlay from Sweet Spring". IU'V. j, V. Noillcet Of (McHHU WBH In tin fit Wc.lninday. .1. .1. ItohertHou of liluckhnru wan In MttrxliHll Wednendoy. I. C. Sydtuntrlckcr attended IVch by lory at Indt p?ndcuct thin week. M. Kcllctof Mt. l.conard anil uot, Mr. (Jiilun of St. LoiiIh,hk'HI Monday In Mamliall. Kd llrndley, Mr (1 A Ulchart. Mm It Llllnrd and ohh IVarl Ncal an on tin nick lint. MIhh l.iilii.lulniBHnn U tlit'tfitent thin week of her nUtcr, Mri. A. Shepherd at Malta tit ml. .Mr. TIiouioh Smith and daughter, Minn Virginia, of Nuptou were In Hhopiilntr Momluy. V. T. Unborn and wife of Callatln, KUchIh of S. V. Armt'iitrout and wife rt'turni'd home Monduv. Mr. and Mrn. Martin llarrln and MIhh Nell Kihlrr of Arrow Itock made a vlnll to Murnliiill Momlny. MIhh Ami It McKown made u vlnlt tliln week to Mrn. Jacob St nicy, re ccntly of Murr.halt.liu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. King Herod 14183. A will Imj hccii I'W'wlH'n' In thh In ue, Klntf Herod 141M.1. well-known to nil lover of line horn, will be ut It. II. KulT'Hxtnlile In MnrrihuU Iui lti tin- ycor WHO. Thromrli tin I'tTnrt- of It. H. ItulT, who In liiU'ivnteil in tlilx borne, u ureal opiiortunlty In offered to 1 1 it In-ceder of tlilx county to improve their Ntock without hnvltitf to go to ti dlNtunce. ThU Iioikc ni'1'tln no lutroilm'tlon to horsemen, itx IiIh iiiiiih U conspicuous un u performer nnd breeder In the Trotting lUvordn of America. IIi Iiik u ruce record of 2:lil mill trlnl record of S and I" the sire of Udy Herod. -J;i:: Klin: l.ud. 'lilMi Prince ClmrleN. L:I7J, Xi'lllclluid and xrverul other fot hordes. Tin- veteran trainer and hoi-rniuu. Andy Holme, brought liliu from Pay ette. Mo., und will havi'lilm In charm here. Are You Gonslipat-il Do you liavi' tlint tired feellnirV Do you feci xliiK'Ulnlii billion- ti 11 out of hort jroncrailyy Do you have Nick headache? D...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. BLACKBURN Min .1 M I lurk Iiiih Imtiioii tlit- lck Hot flnct' llif Hi". X.i.-il.vt visited In Hliii'kliuin Mnct'iil lIll.tH tlllH Ulk. I". It t'niilo went Hi K. (.'. Wednen ility film nlno; Tliuimlu.v. (ico U't K-t l luix mveptiil tin hc. lion of elcrk hi the Kl-lu r tlnio; Mine. Henry Coleiiiiin nml miii..Iiiiii xpt-nt I'Vliluy uiulStitiii-iluy In Svi Spring" Men. women nml i'IiIIiIitii inuile llietnelvei iiiefnl at tin' tin on tin1 llh. I'll i Coy tier of Ml. I.etiiifil wim I'lilllltf on mil' rtnilNWltli u luily flltllll Siniiliij. Spcelul Mint: M-i-vlee uielM'Ini; pre-pini-il loi- KiiMii'Stiniluy tit the Cln Ut Inn elitireli, Will Itlaekfoiil went to St l.util I'Vliluy with hoc-, which were fllliii'il from Alma. Mm Ia'wIm Schmidt of Sweet Spi'lim l the liet of her father. II II Wen. tenilorf ami family. MIn Stella l-'ltpiitrh-k nttemleil the X. ofT. chili which nu t with Mle llopkliix lin-t I'rliluy. Mm IMunrtl IMuiifiU went to K. ('. Satnnluy ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. SWEET SPRINGS. T K Hay nhlpiwil a ear load of cat lip to St. Louis. Charles Curns moved hi family to K. ('. last work. We were tempted to lilliernale. hut Monduy night' rnln ha revived u. Our stockmen hlpcd out un extra train load of iiotnl tick to St. I.ouU Tuesday night. Ft llluekhurn and wife of near Fnlrvllle visited In the Oak Urove vl clnltyiSsturdny and Sunday. .Inllus llredehcft returned home last week from the K. C. Medical College where lie recently graduated. He will likely locate at lloouvllle. Itlley .lohnson htpH:l out two ear load of line cattle to St. Louis Tues day. Hlley alway ship good -lock and get good price for them. (!eo Maysc. who I In Kanu. wa very hadly Injured a few day ago by a derrick trlklng him. Hoth hi arm and three or four rile, were lirokeii. till Smith, our corner Iiiii man and grocer. I very lek. The doctor pronounce him generally debilitated. Tom llenvl I conducting the torc for litiu. .Ino Kvan, ourgenlal mulehuyer ha the Is...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. B.el I'siiiti Trutitftts .1 W Norton .V wf toT It Itoxt. lot in ItlK 21. K N Kx Slater tlVl. .1 .lolitixou ,V wf to .lilt .luci !)', lt 1. 4, It .1. It .V (i Ail Marnhall V S Holland to H S Knglaml lot 12. 1.1 l.lk II. C Al Morrdiiill W. 8 I Hunt to l It Wltehcr. Ill A IK 4H.2II Iikni. S A Kldrr .V him to .1 T lector, lot H lilk 22. N Kx Sinter fVHi. (J It Kuxer to A HanHhergcr. 1-..I 2.1 ( K.!-t A t;tHl2..V. Cha llarr to Win llarr. MM A. 2.., .'lil-VI-22 MlHM. I. II Shepherd to A II Townlcy, 72 A 21. 2H-.M.2I 2tl. A Olxon .V wf to Henry Shirk. H. A 2l-.il-2ll2.V0. N F Hullcy to I V l.ltitllcy, lotN 4. . hlk DuvIh All Murxhull 1. M It Spiiikn ft ul to II It HcnnON.v. loi :i hlk I. K Ail Sweet Spi'Itin 1HKI. Il A Itccil .V liu to W II Mggx. lot i:il lilk :(. Anow Hock 1HI. It S Itiinkln. (ill. to I. X Diincitii. Ml A 22-.VI.20I2.V T (i Wood to COmt. lot I. ." hlk III I', utl Mur-hall !70. .1 O (ili'iui .V wf to I) V Hctider. lot . hlk 2ii. :inl N Ail Slitter tlim...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Tribute to Mrs. Ellen Bowen. There was tight nt eventide in a sweet home in the sunny South land, when the pure soul of our dear friend took its flight from that land of sunshine and flowers to the homeland where the flowers never fade. lfor severnl years she has looked forward to this change, and , we know she is now realizing the perfect life which she has so long anticipated. At one time she said: "I am so anxious to see what is lie youd, I can hardly wait." . When the summons came, we know she went with gladness. She had been patiently waiting (tod's own good time, and in her suffering could say: "Lord. I wait tlij pleauiv. Thy time unit way lire lieM: Hut I'm winded, worn and weary. o Father. Mil nic rcl." From seeing through a glas darkly, what joy it must In? now to her to realize all tint she hoped for, and to hear the words of her merited reward, "Well clone, good and faithful servant." Although it was hard to sever earthly ties, still she had others ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHAL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI, APRIL 20. 1900. NO. 11. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Kohl. Goodman, Cilllnm and Flora K. Hityner, Slater; Adolph Dlcrkcr, Sweet Springs and Kmilie Hcnning, Alma; John Grnthcrer, Sweet Springs aud Anna Rehncuiin Sweet Springs; J. F. Hoyd and Mary Mitch ell, Shacklefonl; William Ketncr, Hodge.and Kvn Solomon, Marshall; Louis l'oucher and Miiry H. Smith, Marshall; R. F. Moore und Mnry Warn, Grand Pass; .101111 H. Ltiekcr nud Corn M. Yowcll, Shackleford. SHOOTING SATURDAY NIGHT. "Crap shooting" is a favorite pastime with many of the negroes on Three street and it was n quarrel arising from a disputed point in such a game, which led to a fight in which weapons were freely used, in one of the little yellow houses, Saturday night. Will Giant was in the house and was shot through the ealf of the leg by Jim Brown, who was on the outside, but took aim .at Grant through the window. Brown to gether with one of bis friends has lecu arrested a...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcrcd at tho l'ostoltlco In Marhall, Mo., as Hecond-clasit matter. TKKMS: 11.00 I'KK YKAU IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, At'KIt 20, IQOO. Senator Morgan the leader of Southern ex pansionists has been overwhelmingly endors ed by his own state and his re-election is now assured. The vote will not be far from unanimous. The Republicans should give him a complimentary vote He is a grand old man. a giant of the better day Demo cracy, who still stands impregnable in the esteem of the people of Alabama. He has not failed to recognize that commer cial expansion and prosperity, for his own South-land arc dependent upon the manner in which we meet the foreign problems, of which wc arc now a factor. He stands moreover with the Administration, Democrat though he is, and advocates the retention of the Philip pines. He is a statesman and not a politi cian, a reprcpreseutative of the business inter ests of Alabama and not a re...

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. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. NEWSPAPER COMMENTS. Well Chosen Delegates. The Scdnlia convention in its various choices nt nominees and delegates made wise and creditable selections, if the many favorable press notices may be taken as an index. The Kansas City Journal says: "A wise and thoroughly satisfactory selec tion was that made by the Seventh District Republican 1 'on vent ion the other day in its choice of Judge Shirk, of Stdalia, and Frank D. Roberts, of Springfield, as delegates to the Philadelphia convention. Judge Shirk long has betn one of the wheel-horses of the party and lias well earned any distinction it may see tit to confer on him. Mr Rotierls typifus in hiint-clf all the essential (polities of energetic, capable Republicanism. He is n tiavcling it. nn of wide acquaintance and extended influ ence. As one of the ablest editors in his jxr tion of the stale savs: 'The Republican par ty of Missouri looks 10 the young Republicans for strength, push and eutirprise, and Mr. Roberts...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CYCLONE AT CONCORDIA- Mtoy Injured in the Storm, but Town Escaped Damage Par- ticulan Incomplete. Concordia and surrounding coun try was visited by a most violent storm Monday afternoon, which not only did great damage to property, but seriously injured many citizens. The storm centre seems to have been about six miles south of Con cordia ntul moved in n southeasterly direction. The storm cloud first struck the earth near the larm of Squire VV. B. Toggart and its path was marked by scatteed fences, felled trees and unroofed houses and barns. All telephone lines ol that section are down, which ac counts for the incompleteness of the particulars. The home cf August K roll in was completely wrecked and he with his two little girls seriously in jured. The house of Martin Bar- tics was also destroyed, as was much other property of farmers in the way of barns and other out buildings. County Campaign Opened- The Democratic County Central Committee, in accordance with a...

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. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MMquera4c Ball. Another delightful affair in so cial circles was the masquerade ball on Monday evening, given at Mis tletoe HhII by the club, who are ever looking (or and planning some pleasure for their friends. And it is the opinion of some persons that the ball on Mondxy eveuingr al though very informal, was the most pltnyunt affair ever given at this popul ir place of amusement. The costumes were appropriately selected and some ol them were quite hniukome, ns well as strik ingly becoming. The churnclets were finely rep n settled, and so perfectly did they net their different parts that to re cognize them whs itnpoir-ib'c The excellent mimic lor the oc cation was furnished by Parker's oti'lu-Ktrn, composed of Mr. Parker, Kuiree McCurdy, Oscar Nnutuan nutl Lester Ranlcrger. Misses Martha Ken and Pet Par- rislt. ns the "Colonial Girls," were said to have been one of the beit disguises of the evening. They both wore bright red dresses with sevi rid deep flounces...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BAKING POWDER Made from Qrape Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists. CHICAOO. thtir um It at iht col ul bMlih. The Marmaduke Mooumcot. The commission which has in charge the erection of a monu ment to the ntemor) o( John S. Marmadukc, late governor of the State of Missouri, met at the capitol building, Jefferson City, Monday, to consider deigns and bids and let the contract. The commission is composed of Gov ernor Lon V. Stephens, chairman; State Auditor James M. Seibert, and Secretary of State Lesueur, secretary. Quite a number of very hand some and tasteful designs were sub mitted by the Pickel Marble Com pany, St. Louis; Hodges & Mc Carthy, St. Louis; Syenite Granite Company, St. Louis; B. H. Ruck er, Rolla; Vetter & Schmidt, Jef ferson City, and J. H. McNamara, St. Louis. After a careful consideration of the various designs nnd bids, the contract for building the monu ment was ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. t EASTER SERVICES, i ill IS. I AT M. K. CHURCH, SOUTH. At Ike M. E. church, South, that had been beautifully decorated in palms, ferns and many spring flowers, the services wete held by Kev. W. T. McClure, who preached a fine sermon on "The Resurrection of Christ", taking his tvxt from First Cor. 15:20. In the evening be preached from a text taken from Murk 14:7-8. Hubject, "Mary's Special Devo tion." AT I'KKSBVTKRIAN CHURCH. At the Presbyterian church, ser vices were conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. K. Thomas, At the morn iag service Mr. Thomas took his text from John 14:1-2-, preaching a powerful and beautiful sermon. In the evening he gave a talk on the Book of Philonten. Music by the choir was especially good. A violin solo, "Goosmitterchen" by Horace Leonard and a clarionet solo by George McMillan were both not only very appropriate, but of a high degree of excellence. TRINITY CHURCH. Holy Communion wns celebrat ed at the Episcopal church at eight o'clock, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. mr i x aw x "x. i Our Clothing Department Is full to ovcrllowtng with New Patterns, New Stylos ntul OLD PRICF.S-not u null advanced In prior. FANCY VKSTN uro very popular this season see what we have. Straw Hats Tim Straw Hat season In near at hand. Wo have nil the nov olt Ion for children, boys, young nii'n und'old. -ROSE & BUCKNER- SHOES AND CLOTHING ' Two 8tort LOCAL IN BRIEF. Call ami mo Mahard & Hon' bug gies. IMrn If yon wunt ti buggy i-oo.Muhurd V Son. "'Ira Arch Naylor mudc u trip at on Sunday. Mahard and Son have all kind of buggies. lMm J. S. O'llannnn spent Tuesday In Blackburn. Roliort Ruff wont to Kunsus City on business Tuesduy. T. J. Kluculd of St. Louis, spent Sunday In the city. O. A. Wright and wife returned Frl duy from St. Louis. Mr. Mury Slater from Klmwood wu u reccut visitor. Prof. R. J. Peter made tho trip to Kunsa City thin week. Drink Celery phosphate at Loorals's fountain for your nerves. 2t Capt. Dave l)urriiHH,of Miami, made ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. W.'E. Vfcwtrrreprexcntlng D. Arm rtrong nd Co., of Kochcxtcr, New York, arrived Tucrsday for a visit to hi mother, Mr. A. Vawtcr on Knot North St. Or. Mary L. Mnnsur wont to St. Loiiln thin morning to attend the 2-"th annual meeting of tho State Inxtttuto of Homeopathy which lit livid there the IT, 18 and Kith. , .1. ('. Patterson and wife, Mm. W. 8. Iltinton, MInnch Allen and Ulela King, returned Wcdncxday from K. C. where they attended thn Irving Terry entertainment. Mlxx IVnrl Duvnll, n student of M. V. C. and her guoxt Mlxx Mary Staph enx of Uunuctnn, were the gucxtx Sun dny nnd part of Monday of Mrx.Ahlol lonurd on North St. Uoliert Campbell left Sunday night for Hlurkhurn where he ittent a day vlHlllntr Mr. II. M. Spottx, who linn I urn quite nick, hut In reported much Utter nt thin writing. Mr. and Mi-m. Thomax I.ney re turned Sunday from n delightful trip South. They give encouraging re port of the Marshall frlcndx who are Hiijournlng In Axhvlllc. Hov. C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Hose repaired food as new at James Irwin's. ! Good baby buggy for W.00. Apply at this office. tf O. M. Francisco went to Sweet Springs Monday. Miss Clara Brown has returned from Kansas City. Miss Elizabeth Whltaker spent Mon day in Kansas City. Phil Rogers of Slater visited Mar shall friends Sunday. A beautiful line of silks in all the new shades at Strikers. tf Drink coca-cola at Loomls's foun tain m keep off spring fever. l!t Llttlo Eleanor Home, who has been quite sick this week, Is better. Theodore Mayer and Will Walker returned Tuesday from Kansas City. . Mrs. 3. W. Sparks and daughter, Lata Ellinlwth spent Sunday at Black burn. P. II. Hlghtshoe left this week for a two wekH visit with relatives In Texas. Hair cutting lOc-Baths loc-Wlll Schanr. barber shop-lfcl West Arrow Street. James Andersonfrom Nevada, Mo., was tho guest of relatives In Marshall on Sunday. Miss Annie Guthrey has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Malta Bend. Mi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ----- -" - " --- -" - --" - "- - - --- .... A. m. J. .A. i ONE SWALLOW DOES NOT MAKE A SUMMER LOWER THAN OUR COMPETITORS WHAT THEN? Neither does one low-price of fering make a 'bargain store. But suppose our general run of prices are five to ten per cent New Spring Drew Goods and Silks There la no queitlon with thoie that are post ed where to buy their new spring dress. Out line thin season surpasses all previous efforts. Note a few price Items: .10-Inch Nookfold Plaids St Checks, 10c .W-lneh Plaids In beautiful color, .TOu 3,1-lneh all-wool Plaids, Cheviots and Serge 50c 4-'-1 noli Cheviot 00c Fine quality .TH-lnch Cream Albatro per yard 60c A fine assortment of Oroya, Modes and all the latest things for spring. New Serine Silkt You mu,t lnwM t appreciate them wo -Ja-rrsj - have Just received another shipment of Waist Silk In all the new and up-to-date aiyics ana coloring, a oeaumui assortment or nign grauo rou- lards. WK CAN HUIT YOU. Ladies' Neckwear. the mar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 20 April 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Hendenwu-Tipton. Ilanilsonioly engraved Invitations arc out announcing tho approaching marriage of Mr. Walter Henderson and Miss Tut If Tipton, whloli will oc cur nttho Prenbyterfanehnroli Wednes day evening, April 2."., IIHi, at 8 o'clock. A reception will Im given at the home of the bride' parents, Mr. and Mr. V. II. Tipton, at 1 o'clock. The proaiMfetlve bride and trrooin are numbered among the moat popular of (Slnngow'M young ooclety people, and tho wedding will Im looked forward to with more than unual Intercut. (lias gowMltumtirlan. 8mnll Pox at New Frauklin. Wednesday morning proHr action wa taken to quarantine agnlnat New Frauklin on account of xiitull pox In that city. A number of guard were employed ly the mayor and placed at the ferry turn', landing and depot to prohibit any pemou from New Frank lln coming Itoouville. The Intent report mi)'h, that theie arc four well doveloed cane In that city and there Im a little cuusc for un- eaxlueHK in I loon v I...

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