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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Concerts Summer and Winter. "April iHth, 1899, the Marshall Concert Hand started with seven experienced musicians nnd fifteen with tin experience equipped with the worst lot o( instrinuents prob niily ever gotten together; no uui fortus, nnd the simplest music. Dc sp'te these adverse circumstances it tarty proved its public spirit by donating its services to the com mittee having the State K:iir loca tion in charge. Severn! times the mi'iplK.'rs left their business nnd did the lust tiny coti'd to furnish music." "In July, ten weeks subsequent to the first lesson, they commenced open air concerts. In the Intter part of Septi tuber, Marshall held its Street Fair; the baud was en gaged od right royally did they arrange to hnve an organisation which would cmuoare favorably with oilier loci I features. Uniforms were purchased and iinnieli good musicians secured Iroin oilier places to tender the baud a source of piide to every cili.en of Marshall. The best instruments...

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. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Run Over by a Train. Mr. P. M. Gaw, an old and very highly respected citizen of Lafay ette county, who for a number of years has made his home with his daughter, Mrs. A. K. Asbury of Higginsvillc, was seen walking along the C. & A. track at that place on Tuesday morning at 5:30 by Mr. Meinsen, who knowing the feeble condition of Mr. Gaw, felt afraid that he might not get off the track in time for the approaching train to pass. He hallooed time and again to the old gentleman to get out of the way of the train, but before he could reach him or make any impression upon the unfortu nate man, he was struck by the engine and instautl) killed. Mr. Gaw was one of the early settlers of Lafayette county and was 88 years of age. He was a prominent merchant of Dover in 1840. His wife died some years ago, since which time he hat resided with Capt. and Mrs. A K. Asbttry at Higginsvillc. Two daughters are left Mrs. Garnet and Mrs. Asbury. The funeral was held on Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mutic Recital The music class of Miss LavinU Clemens, composed of the first and second preparatory years, gave a recital on Thursday evening at the College chapel, which was enjoyed by a large number of Marshall's music-loving people. The rendi tion of the following excellent program showed talent and close application on the part of pupils nnd reflected the highest credit ou their teacher: ruouitAM. Two Pianos Twelve hands Russian National Hymn Misses Mary Magce. Or Oaten, Amy Francos Flcgcr, Maud .Mackey, Adah McCullttch and Lura 01 broth. IMuiio Solo-Polka Mazurka Strcubbag MlnnAduh McCnlloch. l'lano Holo-Polka Hallct. . . Ilochman Ml on Ora Oaten. Piano Solo-Tho llrook's Lullaby OIIUit op. 02 Miss Heron Ice Vance. OnoPlauo Slxhand. Iong, IxtngAgo MIhn Sura Sandldge, Mrs. Dr. U-acli und Mis Amy Frances Fitter. Piano Solo-Ply Away Waltx T. J toot Mis Surah Louise Black. Piano Solo-Confidence.. A. II. Llcbor Mint Nell Oroar. Piano Solo-Chant duNord Laug- Miss I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Call and seo Mahard & Son's hujf glcs. 11-lm For' fresh vegetables go IJaynto Uroa. ' 13-4t If you want a buggy oo Mahard A Son. IMm For good Coffee irn to Haynie limn. 13-4t Hone repaired (food an now at James Irwin's. 11-lm Mahard nnd Son have all kind of buggies. 11-lm Dan V. Merlder, of Slater, was up Saturday. (iood baby lnijrjr.v for 1.00. Apply at tli lt office, tf C. O. Wright, of Wanamaker, wan a recent visitor. G. F. Vanarsdalo, of Hardeman, wait up Saturday. Dr. T. It. Hall of Napton was In the city thin week. Good bread I had by tiring Hoynlo Urns'. Hlg 4 Flour. 13-4t John Mooreland and family were In Marshall Saturday. TryHaynlo Uro. Hlg 4 Flour If you want good bread. 13-41 Jesse Pulkcrson, of Salt Springs, la reported very Mick. A beautiful lino of silk In all the new shades at Striker. tf W. I'. Venable In still very sick at liU homo uoar Falrvllle. Full line of Kennedy's cokes and crackers at Hoynlo Bros. 13 It It. H. Taylor ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Newman Urn, pianos at II. F. Nichols'. 13-2w J. A. Conway left Monday for Kan as City. Dr. Stouffor of Napton, wan In Mar shall Monday. Mm. Itobcrt Irvlno of Falrvillo was In shopping Monday. Mrs. C. O. Carrlgg of Longwood, wan in Marshall Monday. Ml in Bennlo Shohe waa the guest of friends at Slater Sunday. Hoi anil Daniel of Gilliam wan the guest of rotative Sunday. Fred dough la' very -sick at hi homo on Kant Arrow street. It. It. Elsoa of Mt. Leonard, vlnlted friend In Mnrahall Sunday. Tom Conway shipped a car load of mule to Kansas City Monday. Don't forget that II. F. Nlchola ha moved to the room oppo Ito the county Jail. 1.1.2w I) L. Simpson of Hcriiilla wai among thu visitors In our clly Sun day. II. C. McDanlels of Oak (J rove, waa thu guest of friend In Marshall Mon ti ny. MIhh Pearl Pair I nit HN!iit Sunday the gueitt of MIhh Georglc Edward at Slater. II. F. Nichols keep constantly on hand, needle, oil ami all machine mipplle. 13-2w Theodore Piper lef...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. O. M. Francleowas In Slntrr Tues day. W. K. Hell of Nelsonwa In the elty Monday. .1. P. Whltmore of Columbia, wan a visitor Saturday. C. M. Itohlnsnn of Muo Lick wits In Marshall Monday. O. (i. Willis of Fayette was the guest of ft-trnds Monday. W. I). Shcmwall of Work witter, wus In Marshall Monday. .J tune A. Orr of Halt Spring was In Mnihull Tuesday. fluiiidirey l.yneh of Ml. Leonard, was In Maritliall this week. Harry Striker attended the hall game at Lexington Monday. Syd Huiks, Slater's Minlar Mayor wan on our streets Tuesday. O. A. Murrell eame up from his farm near Nnpton on Tuesday. A. I', Loomls drove over to Scdalla Sunday and returned Wednesday. Taylor ftucrantof Frankfort attend ed to business la Maritliall Tueitday. Mttehell Hawkins of Frankfort was the guest ofT. .1. Hawkins Tuesday. Or. T. C. .oil and H. M. Calloway of Wiiverly were In Mariihull Tuesday. C. F. Shafer and F. II. Wright of Malta llend worn In Marshall Mon day. S. H....

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. P. C. Fan tf Wayerly wbh In Mar ttliall Tuesday. It. H. UulT went to Slater Wednes day on legal business. .lames Wlngflcld in oil o a trip to 1 VttlM 'iitil this week. Miss Minnie Campbell In making a visit to Kansas City friends. Dr. M. A. Itrownhns it'luriieil from an extended vlnlt at McAllister. George Young sieiit two da.VH at IiIh fariu near Falrvlllc this week. Mrs. Jnnien Ten-ell left Wednesday Tor llelluvllle, III., to vlnlt relatives. C. (i. Patterson, editor of the Rec ord at liliickhiirn wax a visitor Tues duy. mIhh Mnudu Creteher of Napton wbm the guest of Miss LoiiIhu llr.vnnt Wed nexdny. Atf Iteelor ami It. H. UulT went to M hunt Thursday to try the Thorns linry rune. Mrs. S. K. IMIek of Dover arrived Thursday for a visit to It T. Koontr. iiinl family. We are glad to know from rellnlde aulhorlty that MIhh I'.lla Gullies I vry much (tetter. We an glad to note that Mrs.LI..le I'utterxon, who has lieen very sick for Nome week) Ih Impr...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Cheap Rato Via Wabaih Railroad tloMI'.'SKK.KKHS' KXC'fltSIONS MAY I, AND 15, .llST. .". AND ID, llMKt. l)no Unit ulna fare, pltm fc!.UO, for . . s. . it. i. i .aa 1 mo rounu trip, i ii'ki'ih iiiuim'ii u i duvn fiom ilnto of xnle. K.xt:urnlon tifkctH will ulxo Ih until to Denver, Cnlorudo Hpi-ltnr und I'ui'hln, ?ol on il titt'! and ut rule numed ultovc. Annual im'otlni; .Southern llajlltH, Hot Sprliitf. Ark., Muy 10 to 17: One fare for round trip. Tli'ki'U on huU Muy 7 to II lticlulvc. I'lirUttan Kndcnvor I'nlon Meeting, ChllliMithe, Mo.. May 1H to 20: One and onc-lhlrd furu for thu round trip. Du'cn of sulo May IS and II); llnnl tv turn limit, May 21. (icuornl Ann'mbly, I'ronhyter'luu Chuirh In V. S St. l.ouU, Mo., May 17 to .'II: Oik- and onc-lliliil fare for tlio round trip. Ticket on muIl May I ft, 111. 17 and 22: Until return limit, .tunc 2. I1MM). Impfilul Council, Ancient Order Niihlc of the Myotic Hlirlne. Wrndi limton. I). ('.. May 22 to 24. Hrno: TIcket...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE COUNTY. SWEET SPRINGS. .1 II Paul wan down from Kansas City Saturduy uml Sun J ay. .1 A Kllllon and wife, from near lloiiittonlu worshiped tit Uuk drove Saturday and Sunduy. MImncm llosa Kllllon nnd Florence Smith visited Mm, F. C. lilackburn In the litosser neighborhood Saturdaj and Sunday. Minn llarhcc Jackson hurt liecn em ployed to tcueh In thu Ituy district, two miles eusl of Sweet Springs, the coming year. Ilrct Wells was tii from Scdallu Saturday und Sunday visiting hit purcnls. lit Ih attending Prof Hob Iiihoii's Huslness College. Vo"ic sorry our ciiudldute 'for sheriff got snowed under ho dimply, Iml "Hob's" 1 1 inn succeeded In "benching" thrill uh Ih rald he would do. August Daiikciihrlng, one of the most proNM-roiiN (icruian fnrmcrH liv ing one tulle- east of Sweet Springs him Just completed n large duelling Iioiiku on his farm. John II and V A Smith and (Seo. Huzcn, living J miles eust of thu city midon ud join Inn farm, urchuvlng their furnm ti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. BLACKBURN Mr. .1 HNeul Ix very III again. H ( Alexander In nt home for the XUIllUICl'. Wilder Hlalr attended the contest Wednesday. Kil IMwardx, of Hodge, worxhlp'icd lien- Suiiilay. Cell Fowler and wife moviil to Sla ter Saturday. t Tom lllackford shlpcd stock to Kunxiix Tuesday. 1) M I'lnkerton moved hlx family to Kansas City Tnexdiiy. .I(h ltolllnx left Oil week for Kan sas City. hlx future home. Henry Wcxscl Ix moving his family Into tint I'lnkerton property. Dr V M Tuttlo camo tip from Slater Tuesday to xee hlx licst girl. Mlxx Halllc Kdwardx wont to her home In Kunxn City Saturday. Mexxrx llnlkc, lluhleman and Ifcrlng went llxhlng on Stilt Fork Vdneduy. II C Senccr and duughtcr, Miss Stella, am visiting rcluMvcs In Kan huh City. Mlxx Mlna Alexander hnx gone liioomlngtoii, III., to spend the sum mer with relative. Miss Mxxlc Wlloy, of Marshall, wan tlin guest of her eoulsln, Mlxx Mamie Hunter, xovcrul days last week. Iloherl Campbell and xlxt...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 11 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. (ieorgo Haynle of Miami, was over Wednesday. S. .1. White of waverly was In Mar shall Wednesday. Will Shnnr. left Wednesday for St. Louis on business. ln M lift ell, of Nnptnn, was In till city Thursday. Dr. .1. I). Hitiltli, of Nelson, wns a visitor Wednesday. Win. Wlllnrd, of (iruud Push, wan In town Wednesday. Itw. .1. II. Dndsnn, of Nelson, was In Marshall Wednesday. MIsh Sulovcr of Hoonvlllii In the guest of Marshall friends. Jumcs IIiiiihoii of Nov ml a, visited relatives In the city thin week. A Ureal Muy Sale logins Hntnrilny, May llUli, ut tin New York Stoic. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. (Icnrge Lyons on Tucsduy, May Hth, u daughter. A (ircut May Suit Itcglns Saturday, May Huh, at the New York Store. Dr. M. T. Chustuln Ih vlnttlng rela tives uiul friends In Lincoln, Mo. A Orcut May Stile begin Saturday, May lUth, at the New York Store. Mrs. I). W. Ilceraft who Iiuh Imcii nick u month with ft-l Ih out again. MIhh .Iconic llallcy left 'I'M u red a...

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

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. mirotJtitttttMim t tit t t t t t t THE HEW YORK STORE 8 8 tit tit g ON SATURDAY, MAY 19, g S WILL START A 2 tit tit tit t t 9 t MAY SALE I 8 AT PRICES TO REDUCE OUR IMMENSE STOCK I it t t t t g WE HAVE A STOCK OF g t t t Dry Goods, Clothing and Carpets g t t tit & Which wo find is entirely tOO large and for a term of alnmt thirty days wo will null everything for spot gg cash at prices which will startle everyone into buying whatever thoy need. In every department wo have gg H full linen of new. fresh gOOdS, brought on this season, which wo bought months and months ago before gg tit ovorything wont up in price and wo will olfor everything at tit tit tit WT4 nri A 44 A-l m wnat iney iicmany lost rsow. If you want a Wool or Cotton Dress any Hosiery or Underwear a suit of Clothes a Carpet Matting Curtain or anything in any of the many Hues wo carry, wo guarantee that wo will soil it to you FOR LKSS MONKY THAN YOU CAN BUY IT ANYWII KRK. t DON'T FORGET THE DATE 9 ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MAY 15. 1900. NO. 16. CENSUS ENUMERATORS. Tin following named persons hnve success fully passed I Ik- examinations required liy tin Director of I lit LVmimk, mid Ity liim have been fippoiuteri census enumerators in their respec tive counties. Many applicants failed in the i-xiiiuiii.it lrii Itecaiisc they carelessly or in liastc filled out the te-t schedules sent Ity the department. They will Infill work on the first of June, 1900, mid complete same by July ist. IIHNTON COI'NTV. Kuiiiiicrutinu Disttict. 1. Joseph M llnudleu, Beutonville. 2. Ciitcinattus Dillon, Kriiiiousnii. 3. G W llnunum, Warsivv. 4. Henry M Tile, Warsaw. 5. Monroe Stevens, Wars iw. ft. Andrew J Monroe, Tackner, 7. Hannah Susan Hi own, Duroc. 8. W A Bird, Avery. 9. I- K Wickaui, Palo Pinto 10. V Iv S.irtiu. Lincoln. 1 1. Juo K Sartin, Cole Camp. 12. Win Swind, Cole Camp. JIOONK county. 1,;. J Wallace Seemore, Sturgeon 14. Win Seaunire, Sturgeon. 15. ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntored at the l'ostofllce In Marshall, Mo., an nmmd-clai matter. TKUM8: 11.00 PF.U YF.AH IN ADVAKL'K. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MARSHALL, MISSOURI, MAY 18, I90O. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATK OFFICKS. For Governor. .IOHKP1I FMltV. For Lieutenant Coventor, K. F. AI.LKN. For Heerptary of StaU?, V. L. POItTtiltFIKMI. For Stulo Treasurer, V. S. Fl.F.MINtS. For Auditor. W. F. HLOF.HAUM. For Attorney General. S. I'. O'FAUjUN'. For lluilrouil CommUnloner, v. c. cii()i;sh. LEADERS AND ISSUES. A clean ticket and n strong platform arc the outcome of the largest and most rcprescnta live state convention ever held by the Repub licans of Missouri, which convened in Kansas City Tuesday and Wednesday. The ticket headed by Joe Flory, who carried the state in '94, represents the different parts of the state and the best clement of the party in its per sonnel. The nominations were neither con trolled by machine nor toss, hut were the selec tions of the groat mas...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE KANSAS CITY PLATFORM. The Republicans of Missouri in convention assembled call attention, with wide, to the fact that the policies presented by the Repub lic n party in its platform of 1896 have been fully vindicated and its promises all redeemed. We rejoice that we arc citizens of a great and powet ful nation, whose achievements in ptace and glorious victories in war are with out n parallel. We indorse the progressive administration of William McKinley for the blessings it has bestowed upon the American people in estab lishing the higher prosperity the country has ever known. The remedy for hard times suggested in i8yG to debase the currency, in the light of out present conditions, would have involved the country in lasting disgrace and have prov ed disastrous to its industrial interests, h id 'that remedy been adopted. We insist that no issue can le paramount to the maintenance of the public credit and the stability of the money for which all lalwr and pro...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Proceedings Continued From Last Week to End of Term Ac count Allowed and Other Items of Interest. Petition of K K Richart ct nl for public rend from Napton to Wilton Springs granted, and damans amounting to 275 ordered paid Dr W G Fisher. Court ordered that said road be opened in six mouths, this time being allowed for building fences, gathering crops, etc. The following accounts were pre settled, examined and cltowcd: A H Hoy, stamps, etc , , S 4 00 Industrial home for schools. 18 75 Dr Hell, scrv sCophy'n .. Marion Sparks, lumber . .. lid Craddock, janitor U I) Pemberton.work at jail Lunatic Asylum No t Dulauey lltos, work on cul vert Progress Printing Co, print tug Standard Printing Co, sup plies W H Pate, bluegrass seed court house yard Joe Wilson, sheriff, convey ing insane patients to asylum Joe Wilson, disinfectant jail T J Otnser & Hro. coffin Colvert Bros, coal Jns lirwin, work on jail Jas Sappiugtou,, coffins and 5o 57 45 00 7 So 602 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE. Climate ana Crop Bulletin of (he Weather Bureau, Miaaouri Sec tion, for (be Week Ending May 14, 1400. The past week hps averaged some what wnrmer than usual through out the state, the excess in temper atute being most marked in the ceiiirnl mid northern fectious, nml there tins been more ihnn ihc aver age nmoiint of sunshine, hut cool nights during the middle of the wtek were unfavorable for most ciops nud in some districts growth has also been ret irdtd by lack of moisture Good showers fell in all s.-ctions of the slate on the 5th, 6th uud 7th, but they were very local in character, and while in some localities the rainfall ranged from 1 to over 2 inches, in others there was less than half an inch. In many counties, particularly in the central and western sections, rain is badly needed. Consider able damage has liven done by hail in a few counties. Frosts occurred in portions of the stale 011 the yth, 10th and 1 ith, and in some of the s...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BAKING FOWDER DECISION. The Manufacture or Sale of Alum Powders Illefal. St. Lnula Intemtatc Grocer. The celebrated case wherein the state lawof Missouri pressed by the last legislature was tested as to its validity has been decided by Judge Clark of the Court of Criminal Cor rection of St. Louis. The law is as follows: "Suction i. That it shall Ite unlawful for any person or enrpor ation doing business in this state to manufacture, sell or offer to sell any article, compound or prepara tion for the purpose of being ued, or which is intended to be used in the preparation of food, in which article, compound or preparation there is any arsenic, calomel, bis muth, ammonia or alum. "Sue. 2. Any person or corpor ation violating the provisions of this act shall lie deemed guilty of n misdemeanor and shall, upon con viction, be fined not less than one hundred dollars, which shall be paid into and Iwcome a part of the road fund of the county in which such fine is collec...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. McBRIDE & BROTHER Will nell you Suits, llatn and Furnish ings, cheaper than any Clothtora In Marshall. High grade goods at med ium prices Ut-toDate, Nobby Stuff. Come to our store for good treatment; we are no strangers to you. YOURS IX) f'LKASK. VMcBRIDE & BROTHER Club Reception at Oreanrille. Wc almost envied the T. Q. Club when they started for Orear vlllc on Wednesday ufternoon, where they had been invited to upend the evening with Misses Lsura and Bessie Orear at their delightful country home. The drive wns certainly a pleasant one, the country never looked more beauti ful, and the girls in their becoming spring gowns, and the toys look ing so manly and handsome, was quite enough to fill us with a do sire to Ik: one of the party. From all accounts it was an occa sion long to be rememtiered. The elegant dinner served in courses on smull tables in the leau tiful yard consisted of everything from turkey, to delicious berries with real country cream. An...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. For frexh vegetables go llitynle ltrox. n-n For good Coffee go to llaynle Hro. l.'Mt Alf. Hector spent Monday In Slater on business. D.f..Murry, of Slater, M?nt Sunday In Marshall. Cood Imlty buggy for tn.on. Apply ttt thl oillcc. tf Tlinmux Conway went to Kuitxax City Friday. ('. (i. Puitcrxnn. of Itluckhurn. wux down Monday. V. ('. Todd mndc n hiislucxi trip to Slater Tuesday. Morn to Mr. and Mix, .loo Martin. May i:ith. a sou. I. . I'. Anderson spent Sunday with Murxliull friend. .lolin (). l)iiuloi. of Miami, wax In Murxliull Monday. .lumen Staple, ot Nelson, wax In Marxhull Monday. .1. C. I'atterxon returned Saturday from Warretixbiirg. Thomus Otley sent Sunday In Chi cago with relatlvex. Cood luvad lx had by iixltig lloynle HroH'. Dig 4 Flour. 1.1-41 .lumex Hell, of the eounty, wax In Murxliull Suturduy. ). Ilupp.of Slater, wan up Saturday unending to huxinexx. Try Haynle ltrox. Dig 4 Flour If you wunt good hrcud. III-4t II. It. F.I sea ret...

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