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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tli liniidxomcAt, the liest, the I ard ent assortment and the cheaMst car ppta ever shown In Mnm'iall at Stri ker's, tf Mr. Ijk Stratum, (if the Sedalla Democrut, made n visit to IiIh father, Mr. Flcm Stratton, south of Marshall, thin work. Dr. (!. K. C. Sharp uud wife were entertained at dinner on Thursday evening ly Dm. Muuxiir, on I teuton Avenue. Mr. ami Mm. Joseph Henderson, of (tluxgow rami over bud sis-nt Sun iluy. with Mr. ami Mm. l.cxllc Orcur uml family. (J. 0. Itohcrtxoii wan the guest Hun iliiy of I. I.. Warren, at the hoitn of Mm. .lumen Col veil, on North .letter miii avenue. Mm. .1. ('. Pattcmou uml dutightem, Florence ami Kutherltic, returned Tuesday from u vInIi lo relatives ul Wurrciixburg. .1. W. Sparkx, wife ami little duugh ti'r, Ix-tu Kllxuhclh, returned Sultir iluy from Hluckhurti where they made a week's visit. !. W. Hawkins, of Gentry county, who has visited relatives In Marshall some duys, left Siinduy for Slater to visit IiIh mother. M...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. About People we Know. From Columbia Ih'rnld. Sumu month ugo The Herald nug ge.ilcd thai the republican of Mix ntirl could not do better for n candi date for supreme Judge thuu to nnm Intito N. T. (Sentry, of Columbia. Several newpucm took tin matter tii mill gave the niiggestlon their eor illnl endorsement. Now Mr. (Sentry 'h friend have worked up a large nixed hoom for him. not for upreme Judge, Ex-Preiideu Uletel ind ou (!oll ge Traiuiog Kx-Prcsldent Cleveland, In the forth coming College Man' Number of The Sutiinluy P.vciilug Pout, dleuc the oft-asked question: Due a College KdueutlonPay? and make out h-trong oii-t In favor of vrlvltijr u .vomit; "inn the advantage of a unlvemlty train ing. Other contributor to thin spcclul double number are: President I'attoii, of Princeton: President .lordon, of but for judge of the Kannnn City court Leland Stanford; President Hiitlcr. of of npticul. Quite a numtier of conn- lie have Instructed their delegated for him and t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. June K. King was Id town Tuesday. Frank Miles left Wednesday for a long trip. .lumen Wlngllcld was In Kalian City Tuesday. Dr. .1. O. (Jleim. of Hlulcr. wait In the city Tuesday. Frank Mitchell made a business lrli to Slater Tuesday. .1. It. Thomas, of Mt. I.coiiurd, wan down Monday trading. I'aul VauDyku ban la-en itilt nick for a week with IoiihIIHIh. Mr. John Hyland of llio county (van in Mondial! Tuesday. Mm. Julia C. Scott, of llardeinun, was up shopping Tuesday. Mcndatucn Charles und Jinncs IIkt wi lt' In shopping Tuesday. Or. I ah Shuck, of Nelson, was u visitor In Marshall Momluy. Clay Taylor of lllklllll kh hi -.ever-alduy In Mainliull thin week. Mm. Dave VuuMeter of near Hlos ner wum In shopping Tuesday. Miss Carrie Funk, of (irund Pass. In visiting friends In Marshall. Mr. II. Clay Corder hniiI several days thin week In Kausus City. Con Iteynolds, the undertaker of Nelson, was In Marshall Tuesday. Homer Cooier of Malta llend vis ited f...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Obtip Rate Via Wabatb Railroad. llnMH-SKKKKItS KXCTItSIONM MAY I, A Nil l.'i, Jl'NK .I AND 111, IIH"I. Ono limt oUhh fnrv, plus ..W, for the round trip. Tickets limited to 21 dnix from date of hbIu. Kxuurxlon ticket will alxo lie Mold to Denver, Colorado Sprlnx uud I'ueliln. Col,, on dutex and ut rule iiattii'd ulmvc. (cncrul Axxeuilily. I'rexhytrrlnn Church in I'. S St. LoiiIh. Mo., Muy IT to. 'II: One mid one-third tare for tin round trip. Ticket on xalc May. I A, III. IT and 22: llnul return limit. I June 2, I MM. Iinxrlnl Council, Ancient Order Nohlex of tlu Mystic. Shrine, Wu-.li- I......... II it f . i I.. i HMMI, IIIUII'III . ., ...... in a-. "" . ...I . I . ...... I.. .1. 1 all ... ' I h Ki'iH on xnie May i". - nun -i nv very low rate: llnul return limit, Muy 2, I MM. (icrniun HuptUt (Duukurdx) Mivt Intf. North Mtiiiehcxlcr, Intl., ouy .11 to .In lie M. IMM: Ticket on xulc Muy 2H to .'Ki: llnul return limit. .Inly I. Nutlonitl Huptlxl Aunlvcrxnrlcx. De t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. BLACKBURN. T nolne left for Koimnn City Snt ii i d ay. I I. Punk wa down from Kuiihuh City Sunday. K. II. Ithondrn, of NcNon, wuh In our city Tiienday. Dr C llluckhtiru left Tuenday even ing for Kentucky. M K l.lllnril nhlpicd Mock to Kun mum City Saturday. Mm o P Sturm returned to Murnhull I'VIiluy ot lunt week. 1 1 un y UoikliiH of Murnhull veiled homo folk Sunday. Stanley Fluid, of lllurkhiiru, vUlled Will Klticald TucN.luy. lenne I.yoiiH nnd family, of Wood mmi. were lu town Tuenduy. l-cwls Hmldt mid wife of Sweet SirliiKH wi-iv In our city Turnluy. A lino ilvtui't' of MIhm Itutli Slioni; wiih (it'lnted lu S ii ml ay 'h Ueiiuldli. MIkh IVurl Ki iimlx'i-H enterluliied tin1 I'.ntiv Won Mit'lety on I'rlday. MUh I.oiiI-c (ialnen wuh tlir w of Mih lileliarl tlic Ilit of tin eek. Tlio Mli.n Cannon of Wnvrrly niutlt. a limine trli here Suliuilay. (ii uelilM'l of Coiii'ordlii will llx your teelli at tin1 I'Mwnril' IIouhc, and .'ud. tleoife and Aiiiom ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SWEET SPRINGS. Health good. Dry u u bone. Some farmer arc planting corn the mi'iiihI time. Allrt Harvey wi'iil to St. Louis Tucduy morning. August Kcukcr l marketing u lot of old wheat week. It It .lolmxon hlpicd it cur loml of hog to St. Loul Mouduy. Cha hop hlped u cur loud of hog, to St. Loul Tuesday. V I. King nliliM'tl n car loml of hogs to St. Unit Thurduy. .1 .1 Smltli attended the llepiihllcan State Convention at Kunsus City tli Ih week. Mnt Win Walker of Kansas City Ih visiting frlcnilH at McAllister Spring this week. Chos King Iibh been employed oh road overseer for the west half of Lib erty towiiNhlp. Kvcrett I'owell, Houioula' young am) popular depot ugcut. wu on our street Saturday. T T Hrllc of McAllister Spring Hold hi place of AT ucrts to Mr Ash ford VuiiItiiNklrk lul week. l'rlceHO r acre. I'rof M A O'Keor and family left Saturday for three month visit with hi relutlvcH at Centrullu, Mo. The! Profeor will attend the summer chool u...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE NEW YORK 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 STORE Wo an in the mldHt of the meason for Helling Spring and Summer Goods every one of our many departments Is filled with fmth merchandise. We Ixmglit nearly all of it way last fall, before the market had jumped m high and we are going to reduce thta immenHe Htock. Am announced last week we will start a MAY SALE on Saturday, May 19th. We have taught our goods very cheap and we will sell them to you at the very low et oouible livinir erlee. Dnriiiir this nnle we will offer values that we can nnlv afford to do one wav and that is for SPOT CASH , C LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SUITS We have In thin department alMtut 7f well tailored gartnentn anil we will f1Mo tin-in out at FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. .IUSTTIIINK- HUIO HiiIIh for A.00 12.00 Sulln for UM 115.00 HultM for "M tW.M HultM fur I.2.'i 20.00 HiilU for 10.00 2..00 HultK for 12.....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 18 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Harmonic Club. The Harmonic Club ttict Mon day afternoon with Mrs. Hmilie Mayer, nt her home on Odcll Ave nue when an interesting miscellan eous program was carried out, each lady having made her own selec tion. They discussed the advisa bility of cutctiiig the Monday Clult as a nucleus of the department of music, which will begin active work in October. A vote was tn ken, resulting in a unanimous deci sion in favor of the proposition, after which they adjourned to meet with Mrs. A. Leonard, Monday, May 2SU1. Following is a list of the mem bers of the Harmonic Club: Mes dames Jno. K. Hall. J. A. Whitled, A. Leonard, W. S. Huston, Rob ert Campbell, Kinilic Mayer, New man Newell, C. W. Vanstoue; Misses I.nviiiia Ctciuuicus, Coin Hudson, Klleii Ulack, Willeiie Spahr, U.ic Wiley, Mary Black, Alma Siler, Clara Hiown, I.illic Page, Louise Woodbridge. Bessie Stuart, May Ilraudon, Berta Fran eisoo. .Mary Dysart, Fannie Tay lor. John Baker Dead. Another old ami highly re...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. MAY 25. 1900. NO. 16. THE KIRBY MURDER CASE. James Kirfcy. Charged Murder ia Firtt Degree, Tried ia Crimlaal Court Duf ley aad Boaaak Cmm to Be Tried at Special Term. Criminal Court is now in session. This special term was called for the disposition of several important cases now on the docket, including two murder cases State vs. James Kirby, murder first degree; State vs. Thomas Dutley, murder first degree; State vs. K. U. Kubank, grand larceny. The case against Kirby for the murder of William Hughes was the first brought up and will not be closed before Friday, when the case will probably be handed over to the jury. It ia an interesting one, in that all the evi 'dence is circumstantial, though of such a character that the attorneys for the state, Kector A Lyons, will present a strong case gainst the df feudist, whose attorneys are Syd Burka and Com P. Storts ol Stater and ft. B. Ruff of this city. Th murder of Willi...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KuU'ivil ut tlu PoKlolllet' In .Miirlill, Mo., an trotnl-olax niiitlff. THItMS: l.) PKR YBAR IN ADVANCE PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAK91IAM., MISSOURI, MAY 25, HJOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATU OI'FICKS. For (Sovt'inor, .KhSKPlI FI.OUY. For l.lt-iitriiunt (lovernor, K. F. AIXKN. For .Sivrctury of State, v. i 1xmrKitFiKi.11. For Statu Treasurer, W. S. FLKMINO. For Auditor, V. F. IHjOKUAUM. For Attorney Ccnerul. 8. P. (VPALUlN. For Itiillrond fommlloru'r. C. (, t'UOl'SK. THE PARTY OF REFORM. Missouri Republicans arc nn optimistic lody oi men. Their opponents proclaim them so, hut stop to wonder nt their hojeftiluesH and to question the sincerity of their zeal. . Mis souri has so long leen Democratic, that they can neither appreciate the position to which their own organization has drifted, nor con ceive the necessity for those reforms demanded by their opponents. Questions that affect the welfare of the state have in their opinion only to be sett...

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. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. UH HAPPENINGS IN MISSOURI. IXj J. West Goodwin in an editorial letter re viewing his fifty yearn of service in newspaper work, written in commemoration of tills an niversary .quite disproves his age in the youth ful vigor of his style and the optimistic hand liiiK of his past career. Mr. Goodwin, in 1 861, when the Civil war came, was publish ing the Shield, at Liberty, Ind. He entered the Union army and served through the strug gle without injury. After the war he married the good and faithful wife who was taken from him in 1886, leaving bim with three sons, two of whom survive, one losing his life in the St. Louis cyclone of 1896. In 1866 Mr. Goodwin started at Springfield the first Dem ocratic newspaper in Missouri south of the Osage after the Civil war. Later he removed to Svdalia, where he has witnessed the growth of that city from a population of ,1500 to one of 30,000. He refers to his past as one of ninny joys and few sorrows. With the better half of his...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COMMENCEMENT AT M. V. C Program of the Closing EiercUe of Missouri Valley College m Announced. Elocutionary Recital Saturday, May 26, H p. m. Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, May 27, 4 p. m. Chapel Service Tuesday, May 29, 10 a. in. Academic Graduation Tuesday, May 29, 8 p. 111. Lecture by Prof. C. K. Stoaks Wednesday, May ,10, 10 a. m. Art Reception Wednesday, May 30, 2 p m. Musical Concert Wednesday, Mny 30, H p. in. Commencement Thursday, May 31, 10 a. in. Superintendent's Announcement! The following announcements have been made by J. S. M. Huff, County Superintendent of Schools: 1. May examination will be held at Nelson, Mo., May 24 and ?5, 1900, beginning nt 8 o'clock, a. m. 2. June examination will be held at M. V. C, Marshall , Mo., just after institute, beginning Mon day. June 18, 1900, and continue until closed. 3. August examination will be held at M. V. C, just at the close of the summer quarter, August 17 and tS, 1900. 4. The tenth annual session of the ...

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. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TO MEET IN MARSHALL. WomaaVs MMtMuqr CoaTesgla el the Cumkmkmi Prtabytariaa Church, a NtffoMl Anwlly, Chooses Marshall for Ncit Mediae Place The Iavka tioa ExtessiesJ by Mn. N. C.Mahof. Tbe Woman's Missionary Con vention of the Cumberland Presby terian Church, composed of repre sentatives from the societies of tbe respective churches of this denom ination, held lit Decatur, Illinois, lust week, selected Marshall at its next meeting place. The invita tion of the Marshall society and that of our mayor and city council was presented by Mrs. N. C. Bishop in suli a forcible manner as to impress the delegates tissetn bled with the suitability of our city nnd hospitality of its people. Kev. K. K. Morris was present at the late gathering, having presetted the opening sermon. Though the date has not been set, this matter being left to the executive board, the convention will be held during the mouth of May and will be attended by some two hundred delegates from all parts...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kaighta of the Maccabees Meet. On Monday night, the 21st, the K. O. T. M. met in their new quar ters, the New Odd Fellows Hall, and had a very fine attendance. The new team had their work nice ly in hand, and did their initiatory work well. Commander Lee P. Viley, took the part of King and Appellcs, and Robert Messick that of Judas; Prof. C. N. Rand that of Matathias and Elcazer; W. P. Lem tnoti, Chaplain; J. R. McAmis, Seargeant; Gun Finnell, Sentinel; Hugh Donohoo, Picket; Sir Knights, Will Rea, Prauk Naylor, Duve Nooe, and Prank Ransberg er, the guards to the King; Will Petry and Luma Hall, sons and at tendants, and Jacob Kret, Peasant. The Slater Knights telephoned that they would not come 011 ac count of it being pay-day aud a dozen or more of the Sir Knights could not leave. They have prom iaed to be present at the next meet ing and assist in the initiatun of some new members who will go in at that time. Robert Wood. Robert Wood, a well known and . highly ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Allcgrczza Club. Miss May Brandon was at home to the Allegrezxa Club In her us ually cordial and pleasant manner on Fiiday. In spite of the (act that a cold rain fell all afternoon, some eighteen or twenty of the members of this popular club were present. A game of authors proved a pleasant diversion. A blackboard was given a prominent place in one end of the parlor, on which eight cen sentences were written. A card and pencil were given to each guest, who went immediately to work guessing the author's name. One sentence read like this: "An edible grain between a bee and an nut; will you give the name .of an author?" Ans.: Bryant. The following ladies were suc cessful in finding the answers to the card: Mesdames O. A. Wright, Frank Boyd, Wm. Cower, Kufus Holloway, S. W. Arincntrout, Misses Edith Leonard, Louise No ble and Lennie Striker, making it necessary to draw for the prir.e, which, instead of drawing straws, the hostess had each of them blind folded an...

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. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DR. mas CREAM 9. POWDffi Used In Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. mixed LOCAL IN IRIEF. Frank Mile Hunt Sunduy In thin elty. Joe O'Day npcut Swmluy in Kansas city. For fresh vegetables go Haynio Urn. i:Wt Hen LowenHteln HKnt Sunday In Hoonvllle. (iood Unity luitrtry for ftl.H0. Apply at tliU ottlce. tf Good broad Ik had liy using Huynle Uroh'. Hlg Flour. UMt Lou In I,owenteln left Monday on a business trip to Mexico. Kd l,owenteln returned Saturday from atrip to Versailles, Holtert Ward left Suturduy for a Nhort trip to Kansas City. Miss Lavinla Yerby in visiting Miss Uoode at Slater thin week. ? ii, J.V KINO Notk. Avoid baking powders made froni ilium. They look like pure ixwdcrii, Is a poison and no one can vat food with it without injury to hcullh. (i. (!. Robertson wan the guest of frlendH in Hoon...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. For good ConYc go Haynle llm. 13-41 B. I Mouit of lllgheewa a vlnltor Friday. V. I.. Anbury, of Naptou. wuh up Mninltiy. .1. I. Hutou U -tendltijr the week In St. I.oiiIh, Dr. Tallxit of Fulrvllle wu a vUl lor Momluy. Cliitrle Hauler returned to Kuiihbh City Momluy. 'I'liomnH (Miry returned Saturday from Chicago. Try Huynl.. Ilrn. lilg 4 Flour If you want good bread, 1 :t-4t A lieoutlful Urn- of mIIIcm In all tin ni'w k 1 1 ail I'M at Striker, tf V. C. l.ong uud wife, of Fulrvllle. were. In the city Momluy. Full lint' of Kennedy' cake find cracker: at lluyiilc ltro, 1.1.41 MIhh M utile Monlitguc It'll Momluy for Kuiinum City for u vl-.lt. Mm. .1. T. Potter uml MIh l.ukin, were hoppltig here Momluy. Mm. I.. II. ItulTcll. of Sluter. I Un guent thin wifk of tier motlii'i', MrK. Heck. MIhh Mary Sluter wum u vUltor Momluy from tlie Klmd'rovcnelglilior liootl. Mr. ami Mm. A. A. Mcllohcrt. from the PIuIoh, were down Stopping Monday. John llton and A. K. l.noml ient Mom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tot OmM tld PmWM kWAJ lea Dtriig Jm. Froa The count of the tcoplc In the Unit iil Stale will begin In all part of the country .tune I, and end In the cltle two week Inter and In tht ret of the country before the uIom of the month. The people an to lie counted at their place of residence, but an many ier son and families will be away from ttit'lr homos during June there I oiue duugcr that nuub peron will not be counted. If they are not counted, the locality In which they live will be misrepresented to thai extent, and In some case thin misrepresentation may lie enough to affect the represcn tutlon In congress of the state from which they come.' Ioeal pride and xtttte pride, therefore, should Intlu cnce all such absentees to take rea sonable precaution against being omitted from enumeration In their ptuccs of residence. Huch omission lire most likely to occur In the large cltle where families close their home and ifo elsewhere for the summer. The occurrence of the...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ttllltltttltltlttlltlltlltttt0tlttlttltttlttltlftttttllt Stylish Oxfords Qimm Quality ' Oxforto art ta eoolaat, Dm bMt fltMf. and Hm aekat wiNctnf ahoa OMOtlvaMa. Thay art aUo txcMdlnfly hand- SOIDa, Qtity SIuhjh and OxfortlH fulfill all require iiihiiIh. They are lieautifnl creatioiiM. Come in and wmi ilium. STYLISH FOOTWEAR. There are certain oc caMluiiH that demand dainty, drotwy feot wear. The CLOTHING Thin lint) Iirh heou growing rapidly and contlnuoutdy. Suit- from $8.ft0 to $10. fiO extra vallum. Tiopical flannel hiiHh will be in demand when the hot weather get around we have them, extra nice one. Let um make yon a nice unit to or der. Come in and nee 5 the kind we put out. We guarantee ttatittfac turn in fit, Htyle, fininh and quality at the right price. Yopkx, LOCAL IN IRIEF. Mm. K. J. tltosser was In iur city Tuesday. J. 8. tlllt, of Blackburn, km In Om oily Tuesday. Dr. Black will return from Tenncs iw Saturday. W. II. Meyer, of Falrvlllc. was In the ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Ubcap Rate VI WaWh Railroad. Homk-Skkkkkm' Kxihmimidnk May I, anii I."., Jt'NK.'t and in, Hum. Omi fli nt I'luiH fnre, plux IJ.Oil, for I lie round trip. Tlekela limit ml to 21 iIuvm from dnte of xnle. F.xcurxlon ticket will nlxo be hoIi) to Denver, Colorado Spring nml Ihioblo, Col,, on dnlc nml Ht rntc named nhovc. tlcncrnl Axxcmhty, Prch,tcrlnu Church hi P. S., Ht. IaiuU, Mti., Mny IT to .11: One and one-third fnn for the roiiml trip. Ticket on anle Mny . Ii. III. 17 nntl 22: Until return limit. ' June 2. iwm. Iinitcrlnl Council, Ancient Order, Noble of tliu Myrtle Shrine, Waxh' liiKton, 1). C, Mny 22 to 24. IWM: Ticket on nle Mny l, 20 nml 21 nl very low rntct Hitnl return limit. Mny 2", HMHI, (icriuau HaptUt (Dunkurdx) Meet Intr. North Manchester, Intl., Mny :tl to .lnm , IWM: Ticket on ale May 2 to :M: final return limit, .Inly I. Nntlonnl HnplUt Annlverxnrlcx, He trolt, M tfli.. May 2.1 to 2ti. IWM: One fnii. plu 2.00. for tlit round trip. Dntcx of xitlc M...

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