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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

J t M COUNTY-NEWS; BLACKBURN. Last Friday evening will be id ova loog remembered by Hie society peo ple of Blackburn. A banquet glron it Hold Mlilr; by tbo beaux In the belles, was one of tho notable oventi Id Iho hlttory o( Illackburn society. Dancing, cake walking and oilur amtistmenla were Indnlgcd In until put tho wee imi honrt. Mailers Johnnie Daohler unit Man llus Suggetl Hancock aroenjoylng tho pleasant weather on their velocipede! tod making wreothei ol smiles on Iho main it ret I people'" laces, with tljelr puli ol nilrth. Mr. 0 8 Bulkley and Mlu I'ulnian, who are guest at tho l'rlco homo wero la town Friday. Mra tlulktiy reporta her mother, Mra Prlco gaining rapidly to atrengtb from her recent attack of pneumonia. Fredi I wonder what call llarley Dallas of l'leamt Hill to Klmwood 10 frcUtntly. Tedi An accomplished young lady, I am told. () 1 Sturm and wlfo. of Slater, have been vlittlog Mra. Sturm' parcnla, Mr and Mra Klchmond Llllard, for several daya. Mlaa Jessie Spaiks,...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

r re' .1" A issaas Shoes Repaired; j Pressed and Repaired. 1 J LOCAL NEWS. Ioouils' Fruit Cake Is the best I The many friends of Dr. Uol mailc. ''"' arc tejoldng that Ihe Dr. was . , .able to ride out Monday. Get the licst Oysters from' Koomis, ! ' Hickman of Indc- twiice filled the pulpit at the Press- Darwin SappItiKton, of Nelson. Ijyteriati church Sunday morning was a visitor Monday and night. Try loomU' Home made candy. ' His chocolates are delicious. Col. VI lice Murmadukc returned Tuesday from Kansas City. J. 1' Woodson of St. Joseph was a visitor in Marshall Sunday. Miss Mary Northern returned from Mexico on Monday morning, Mariuadukc llruce of Decatur, Texas, U visiting icUtivcs in the city. Mrs. V. Hiirvvj is out again after n three weeks illness with the grip. Mrs, Matt W. Unit unit son, Woods, arc guests of Dr. and Mrs. John K. Hull and will remain some weeks. Miss May Notthern left Satur day night for Mexico to attend the dedicatory services of the new l'rcshytcrian chi...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

Are needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely, Upon the blood. Pure, rich, nourishing Dlood feeds the nerves And makes them strong:. The great nerve tonic is Hood's Sarsaparilla, Because it makes The blood rich and Pure, giving it power To feed the nerves. I lood's Sarsaparilla Cures nervousness, Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Catarrh, ticrofJa, And all fonts of Impure blond. Teuton An Too Interested. Home Dill HI, noil tlio amendment to Homo 2g, nock to abollih Nor mal diplomat at Stato certificate, Kvcry public school teacher In Sallno Co. tliouM ralio a protest at onco agalntl nidi unlriondly legiilatlon) tlio Icaclicr who hai taken a thorough courts In a training school certainly ihould enjoy ths tamo prlrlllgct (or cclat cITorti a tho lawyer who hat passed through law tchool) or tho physician who receives a diploma. I'ho teachers rate It certainly not an exception, tor none, but tho progress iva will bo nblo to remain In tho ranks. For Mltiouri to makt such a move at ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 24 February 1899

W. W. ROSE, LIVE STKI AMI 6EHEIUI AUCTIONEER. MARSHAL!, MISSOURI. Sales made anywhere In the United State. Leave yout order for a spring suit with ui. We don't want all your money at one time and we guarantee n fit. Rosk & Ui'ckni:k. SALT SPRINGS Lett Wvdnetday ulglit. Mr aud Mrt IM Aiililuami try dcllglittiilly Icrtatuod a crowd nl ihrir young (rlinilt at lliclr prilly country home cunt ul Suit Spring. Cards and cro. klnole were I ho pleasure! nl llio even, lug, widen mi paaacd ninat ideaaaDl ly by all present. After Ihete. pas. Union had Iwrn Indulged In, refreali. ineiita were rerved, lilcli concluded una ul Hie. nicest parties gltcn In the nrlgliborlnKiil, A limit twenty coil, pin were retcnt Mli llamn saslat. vl Mrt lluulieion la rcccMug Hie guetla. In tier lioapltable ami tasteful way. A largu crowd attended the daliata nl Halt Spring m-IiouI houan lat Krl lay nlgtit. 'Ilia itietlon at nn wa whelbrr an Intelligent ttndcnt could gain mora by nailing than uhaerra. tlnn. O II...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

1 The S a line Republican. VOL. VIII. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, -MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1899. NO. 23 C. & A- DUAL COMPLETED. Preildent BUckitona Ooofirmi the Bepirti oflhi 81e of the Alton BtocV. The Chicago & Alton Railroad, affcr being reported sold iutiumcr able times only to be disproved by later developments, Is certainly sold. Tills Is no rumor, or Intel ligence Inspired from mi Inside nutlior.it, as reports often come to allay tli. doubts .of the credulous, but the word of T. 1). HlackMotic, ' President of the C & A. road. He received Wednesday from second Vice-President Clark, of the t'nitcd States Trust Company, with which the stock was to be deposited, the following dispatch; "Majority of stock already depos iteil, licsldcs a considerable amount pledged for delivery." . This dispatch, Hlackstone gave out with the remark that, "it was official and may be taken as set' tling the matter beyond dispute." Continuing, lie said: Nothing now remains for me to do but...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

THE1 REPUBLICAN. -mm i.VA biKtEdiu.f TxUtPHONK, NO. 9. Friday, Makcii'j, 1899. JNMU, MHOOU PR1VILE0E3. In Ike U$t Issue of the Rrtruti MCAM a teacher of Ibis county con trlbuted tn open tetter to members of hit profession, urging tit sucb as were graduates of Normal school to lobby agaluit the enact meut of that bill now before the legislature, which proposes to de prive those schools of the right, they now have of issuing life cer tificates to those receiving their diplomas. to make lliis bill appear as a backward step lit our educational growth was attempted, yet one can look at the measure from any other light, than one blinded in the in terests of Normal schools and r ceive in its aim not an obstacle- to more" proficient teachers, bul a re moval of a discrimination which has 110 right to exist. The sub stance of the whole matter lies in the fact of a graduate's attachment to his alma mater mid his concern for her Interests. The friends of the Normals should bear tn mind however ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

Keep cwghfng .V know of nothing better to teir the lining ol your throat end lunga. It it tetter then wet feet to ctuie bronchitis end pneumonlt. Only keep It up long enough end you will auccecdlnrcduclnxyour wetfht, losing your appetite, brlnttng on ilov fever and making everything exactly right (or the germi of con tumptlon. a Stop coughing and you will gel well. Agere Cherry pectoral cures cougha of crery kind. An ordinary couth dlsan peart In elngte night. The racking cougha of bronchltlt are aoon completely mat' tered. And, If not too far tnn. the couiha of con- aumpilon aro completely cured. Atk your drugglx (or one of Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of the Cherry I'cctoral. It m S, r" .if wmrUInt tvf ftntl f hm l".t rltl ft4lr It", ran HM.IMr .Mat., til. . Ir..lt. Ttntll'".1"? trorarl rtlr thai tnj b. .t(rtl tt?'?.r,..V;!,n-.. ... Country Party. Tbe pretty borne of Mr. llcrmau Ludwlg, one and one-half miles South west of Marshall, was tlic sccuc of ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

W. W. HOSK, LIVESTKCAN GENERAL AUCTIONEER. MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Sale made anywhere iii the United States. THE REPUBLICAN, Tklknionk, No. 9. Pkibay, Makcii i, m'oo. MARSHALL MAUKET. To be corrected weekly !y the Kki-udmcan for the benefit ol It.i farrper friends. Wheat, per bu. 70c Corn, " " 3ic Oats, " " sJc Apples " " 1.00 Hvaporatcd apples, per II). i'-'JjC Sundrlcd " " " 8c Irish potatoes, per bu Ooc Sweet $1.00 Turnips " " joc Cabbage per lb . jc Hggs, per don ' mc Uutter, per lb - 11c Chickens, old hens, cr lb. j!'Jc " young, per lb... $)ic Roosters, per lb - ac Turkeys, hem, per lb.. .. yiic Turkeys, gobblers, per lb... stfc Ducks, per lb .)c Uccse, per lb 3c Sides, per lb 7c Hams, " " 10c hhouIUcrs, icr in 1 7c Hides, dry, per lb No I . . 1 1 to 13c Hides, greeu, per H 0 to 7c l'eathers, per lb 30 to 37 Wool, tub washed, " " 24c " unwashed, " " 17 to ific " hurry, per lb ti to 13c l'lour, first grade, cr cut 51.35 " second 3.10 " third " Meal, per bu Vlran, " cwl Lard " lb Ilc...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

i vv r .rTyrTTTr Tver.' --";"' wi",wt .'t;; tttimp 1 i It. COUNTY NEWS, SHACKELFORD. Mule Uhy Weaver happened to very Mil accident Sattirdnj, hj (ill. ijr ami breaking il teg, but It gtt. ting along as vrell as could bo ei. CCtOl Mr II II I'lckemoj cr and Miss Flor ence v cnt to K. Con the eicuralon Hatunlay morning. Mlai t'loreoco will nut return until Juno. Mlaa Maltlo Tlckaracrer, ol the country vliltcil licr sister, Mlaa Lulu, who trachea ichool near Miami, latt week, Mlai I.ura Hums took tha train at thli Halloa Monday for a vlalt to her cousin In Marahall, Mis Mary Page. Her llaworth preached hero Sun day. Quito a number attended. Wo hops ho will preach hero again aoon. JJW John put up a new windmill lor the Misses l.olim, on their larm out North o( here Monday. Mtta Uattlu Kltcr" returned to her homo In Slater Monday after a pleat' ant vlut with Mra Jahn. Quito a number of our people at. teuded tvrvlcra at Salt Springs Sun day evening. 'The Misses Kecniau and Hcrrlgan Wilted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

.'' 'ft- t f 1 ' I WW ft; C- ft A-.TIME TABLE Tula Pats Marshall Ootof East. It Hill 4 las. llcklMto MS II Loll m It Xkl I ( ..... - 1 1 gin mt II Mil . Dallf ........... .. HMLtKOimMllW - JiU.m Itrtlran K J Ulu4. JH . n II Lom) I-tiM....... ... . tiMt III aa IM IMU; tltttt Bartaf. All llrtr Irani W A.Blitir.Al.f.1. MO PAOinO BY TIME TABLE. in ouu" l, aliH. dt1i.. Ill, aliH.Saaafll. .. III.ArtliM - .. tiia. .. . .it.wt.n wtiT urnu kM . . . - Ml r 4, It, PanaiM. Ak 4 &if0r'ir'iWr"' LOCAli NhWS Dr. K. R. Keeper arrived In Mar shall Sunday. Mrs. Hardy Green is reported very ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mr. Qulncy IMosser njctit Monday In Marshall. Charles Chapliuc who been home sick for a week is liclter. J. W. Goodwin wa quite nick nt hi home in Alma, Imt Is heller. Mm. Kudu llollow.i y visited friends in Kansas City this week Mm. W. II. Hurt visited Mm. tan MurrcU'nt Napton last week Miss lola Vawter, who ha 1k.ch ipiltc niclt for a week is improving. Mrs. II. M. Spencer, who 1ms ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

"Durability is Better Than Show," The wealth of the multi millionaires is not equal to good health. Riches without health are a curse, and yet the rich, the middle classes and the poor alike have, In Hood's Sarsaparilta, a valuable as sistant in getting and main taining perfect health. It never disappoints. Ocroful-"Tlirrf rrari ago our ton, now eleven, lia! a aerluti cane of acrofult ml rrjlU with dreadful tore i.dlKharR. Iiii ami IIiIiIjk conilanllr. llemulil not walk. Sewal pliiiklaiia did i ot Ixtp fur altlrcu liiolitlia. Time month' Irralmrltt wllh llnod'a artaarlll made him r tiillr well, v aredad to Irll ollirra i.f II." Me. IUvib I. Mli, ouawa. Kaniap. Nausea -"Wmlllnir ipelti, illulnoa aiit imlratloti IrouMed me for yean. Hail neuralirla, rcw wruk ami naiki not Iit1i, My aite wai acalmt me, hut lloml'a Par.larlll1 nirnl lue IhoroiiRtily, Mr relahl Im-reaml from 12.1 tit 111 niml. I am tin niotlicr if iilnethUdrfii, Neier frit i wrll ami alrim almi- I wa niarrlrn aa I to now...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 3 March 1899

rriT mnn 4 r V ' MIAMI, lot Kansas City ,n,l Krank CMd,-!). of I lUUIUni.UtHlinmillUIHIIIUll.11111,,,1,,,111.111 UMIIilWUlMM ' 1 i em i ii na bbjb .(I Will lseao and wife trrttt called to erransW Mo lo atlrn.l the bed Hde,ol lilt nolhr;i xclimr later lint wre Isaao wit uni-onoiotts when they arrlreil,, ami ill til about odd hour tar tbelr arrival. Mrs Isaao was about 48 year of age anil leave husband and fire sons, aoil one ihiigh icrHrai.ua, I.ucas ami Knutrt WarreDlbiirg, Italia of Duwllt am Albert, William and Kdward of Hits plac forroeljr llVitl here ami wai liked by all. We all a ympalbie with tbe Lereared family, and If It nil i la their btreiTerosnt. Henry l'oullet ofMarcclhie Mo hairing to lay over liero on account of uot getting to croia the river, but we think In a day or ao It will bo so that leama can eroee. Mra Chat Bloner left Monday for n few daya visit to frlcndt hi Malta Ilend, froDi Ihero alio will learo for Kaniaa City her future home. Mraod Mra Martlo Hudson gate...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

I The Saline REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1899. VOL. VIII. H NO. 24 uu7 fM ABDCOTOBS HAVE AB800BDED. in as curious people usually do, to OonatyOonrl fwowdlop. Unsaid ami irom county pumic I .4. A .U. .. Iijn. Ilt.al. I .lIUHd. I Pirtlee Who Toreed a MariUn can not b . . CU""'J" j Marshall, Mo , Feb. ad owned " Died, at her Home in Marshall . . T ".TT-l. performed the ceremony In a very ' ' Court Jdouncd to meet Wed-Lt g a sli Thursday, March o, rr:.,r.,TLr;;' ' f. - a'io ."h?.?". 11 nan - I incuriuc was a youDIiauvvi . - . V', .... I" ui. nf Tnlin W. Miller. Il'ixl i v.in . . . . . . i . amcnucu ana commissioners uiuci-i - -.j- .- -n o- j-- attiactivc features ana uaric nair . ..,m fiiv Sate,. 0 mouths and 16 days. Funeral . i,.M.BiherP.W.de MdeyeiMhe Rtoom was a young - ... Iservkes wlir be from the Cumber 1 I1K Hin-fc" - I . f -.1 : ....... -.h 4 1. M I 11 II VJltlSi UUatJV v I 'I'asa llnllKP IIArl 1 fflrfl ni ril II IP I. ... . .. . - . Buekste...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

iTHEsREPUBLICAN TWm H TAI DIKE. Editor TxtHomt, No. 9. I'wdayi March to, 1899- ' I, SAMPSON Vrl HCI1LKV. . There still continues to bo au effort on the part of certiin Democratic 'paper of the West nd especially of the country papers to continue their tireless praise of Schley and malign at tacks' upon Sampson; and the only reason for such laudations and critlciilog comparisons seems to be an attempt to array the navy de parttnent and 1'resldent as guilty of official favoritism, Schley doubtless not so dear to thch hearts as their championship would indl cate, nor are their supposed wrongs and slights offered him ever sup' ported by any reasonable and con viucing proof. Tlicic is politics in their admiration for one and smihi for the other. However the people should know better the real facts, less they pass their opinion upon such political chicanery. The reason so little i known as to the exact condition of affairs before the naval battle at Sautiago, is rather because sccrc tary ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

Do not think for tlngta moment that consumption will ever strike you sudden blow. It doc not come that way. It creeps Its way along. First, you think It Is a lltito cold; nothing but a little hick Ins cough; then a llttlo loss In weight: then a harder couth; men me icrcr ana inc nignt wests. The suddenness comes when you hare a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease while It It yet creeping. You can do it with Ayers Cherry Pectoral You first notice thst you cough less. The pressure on the chest Is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened bypliclngone of Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Froo. It Is on the Diseases of the Throat anj Lungs. WrNm urn Trly, If r'- lilv liif rin.Ltnt wfcltrf.r Rnl dt.lt. tl )) Imll .llk fOU e.n Kj.iit.tr r4ti ni. tt dorlor fr.l) , (mi win r".W. fe 1'f.Bil I l.plf , llhllr..i), AMr.M. A Came oftlojgint. Miss AiiuicGtithtic entertained a number of young people on Friday evening complimentary to Miss Hancock. A...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

W. W. HOSK, LIVE STOCK AMD GENERAL AUCTIONEER. MARSHAL,!., MISSOURI. Sales nude anywhere in the United State. THE REPUBLICAN, TlIMll'IIONK, No. i). 1'kidav, March 10, 1899. LOCAL NliWS. J Watch for I'ranlt Miles on "papa" in TlicConclollcra. lister Bates Is very ill with spin nl meningitis, nt his home on Highland. Second shipment of ladles mus lin, underwear, well made beauti fully fiulihcd nt Wright's Gilbert & Sulllvans hrlKhtcst nml best comic opera, at niwin house March Sist and unci. Miss Millie Davis of 5618. Cob hliuc place St I.ouls is visiting Mrs Geo. Cauntcc on West Marion St. Walter Nowlcc, Rose . Uncle iter's tallur, made a trip up the C. & A. this week In the Intercut ol Rote A: II lick tier. The successful patience display ed by Hutching in photographing children is simply marvelous. He makes a sjccialty of clilMrcnV pictures. Springfield capitalists are again attempting the railing of $1,000,000 as capital stock for n proxscd rail road, connecting Springfiel...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, Iodlcal Ihtt yoor liver U out of order. Tbo best medicine to root the liver and core aU Ibete lilt, li found In Hood's Pills 23 tents. Bold by all medicine dealera. MARSHALL MARKET. To be corrected weekly by the Kki-uiiMCAN for the benefit ot its farmer friends. Wheat, ier bu. Com, " " Oats, " " Apples " " Hvaporatcd apples, per tb. Sutidrlcd 08c 35C 25c J J. 00 8c Irish potatoes, per bu 60c Sweet Turnips " " Cabbage per lb I'-KK. P Jo. lluttcr, per lb Chickens, old hens, cr lb. " young, per lb... Roosters, per lb Turkeys, hens, per lb.... Turkeys, gobblers, per lb... Ducks, per lb Geese, per lb Sides, per lb Hams, " " Shoulders, per II" $1.00 300 2C 11c IIC Cc Cc 2C 5c ic Hie 7c IOC 7C Hides, dry, per ib No r. Hides, green, per lb I'catbcrs, per ll Wool, tub washed, " " " unwashed, " " " hurry, perl!),... 11 to 13c 6 to 7c 30 to 37 3.C 17 to 18c 1 J to 13c 1'lour, first grade, er cwt $'35 " second " " third " M...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

DBIVINI A BABOAIH la real estate Is no easy matter nowa days. If you ore not an adept in the business it is always the best plan to consult a reliable, trustworthy and honorable man who makes a business of real es tatc, and understands values, both present and prospective. If it Is us, we will save you money and In sure you future profit. Complete abstracts to all lands mid lots in Saline Co. Van Dyke & Co, West Hud, Ilank of Saline. 1 LOCAL NliWS. H. V. Harvey left .Monday for Iloonville. Dr. Ncckt left Saturday titbit for 1-ultou. Have you keen those beautiful ercnls at Wright's. II. II. Hawkins Is carrying his arm in a Ming this week. Those crepon skirt patterns at Wright's arc beautiful. Will Striker and J. C. l'atterson spent Tuesday in Kansas City. Mi. and Mrs. Tye Oatuctt, of Slater, wcra visitors Monday. Ask to see those swell dress goods at the New York Store. Miss lieulah Cuve, of Iluutsvillc, is the guest nf Mrs. John Spcclit. The New York Store is certnl n ly prepari...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

"Only the First Step is Difficult." The first step in Spring should be to cleanse Nature's house from Winter's accumu lations. Hood's Sarsaparilta does this work easily. It is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. It purifies the blood, as millons of people say. II makes the weak (trout, nervoua men and women ejad'y testify, ll turn all blood diseases, a) thousands nl cured voluntarily write. It Is hist the mcdleino lor you, as you will gladly say after von hate given It a lair trial. Bad Wood- Although a.l TO rrars of sue I am thoroughly well. It m three bottles ot llood't Karssperllla that mad me sn after spendlne over PO In medical atlt ndanre. Mr trouble wai a raw aura on mr ankle." Maa. Iii'tii Mason, Court fltreel, tawtll, .Mats. RurmtnaT ore))-" After orrjln lour month! 1 vava luv children llnml'a Maria. tvarllla amtlt cured them of r llood't I'llli cured no ol d: ronttlMllon." Maa. Kara K currd them itf runnlnjr ftorei. put tna tlorernor tit, Annapolis, Md. Coneumptlve Cotagtl...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 10 March 1899

, KELSON, " XijrlWsg from white clrphaut to knit needle will la aold at ttio wo und monthly, auction n'alo March 18, pro third you Uillt.ai.llran be adrcr tlted. S N Taylor for further Nln ttracttona. John Sandldge, Ueorga Koenlg ami Millet l.ttal KehlehW an.l Klla Will lama Willed 0 t Willi. nn nd family at Hoping .Sunday. Tan dollar till wro aold for IScta oh our atrcata laat Saturday, and yet wo hear the complaint oMiard timet. Mra Lewla Cline and children, of lllackwator, tpenl Hunday with her ptrooU, Mr. and Mra. John Ilaker. I'll. Koenlg hat out circulars an nouncing an anctlon rata of harriett and merchandlte. noxt Saturday. Mra Frank Cotltni, who died at Mar hall latt Friday, waa burled nl Salt fork cometery Haliirday. letter (Iter la tho tiroml no. tenor of a nlno pound butcher. All InUraitcd aro iioing unely. Tho grippe lovat tonio of our rltl ien It la Haying with them c!otr man a brother. UncloMorrla Camphcll thltikt ths ground hog hit climbed a trco and left mo country....

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