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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ttal EtUt Traattttt- 1twn of flllllMt to W II Un4 al, part lot 4, Mk iNUUIIaMcoior)r,tl.V K I) Mccormick ami wife to Mary A MctllntiU, irt lot it and , lilk 4. Slater, IWi), city of Mlatcr to J II Land, lot l, ev c, oily cemetery, Slater. MO. Hldgc Park ivmetcry Aoclatlnn to tl II Althoue, lot A, ee ttr. Ir V, M Talhott and wife to W II IMr.HtitrreM part loin I ami 'J.KAdd loKalrvllle, KW. W c Vodd to I. A Ituck, lot . hlk 2, II All to Marhalt, MtttW A P A w P Vawtcr to I) I. A P M (SMinr, part lot I and 2 lilk 21, Mar hall, iI,imi. Mnap Eicuttl i U OoIunJo. Halt hake Uy and thdcit, I'tah. will leave Kaua City Juno 1.1, July 7, H, (t, o mill IK ami Augtut 2, via the great Hock Inland llouto. Hate or ouo regular faiv, ptu t,tM for the round trip. IMurn limit ttelohrr 31, IM. Tho Hock Uland U the hcM line to Denver and the only direct line to Colorado Sn ltn and Maultou, Take the Colorado Flyer, Waving Kaioa t'lty il:i p. in., to riving at tvucr II a. in., Colorad...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Huy your Irultx nt a fruit hotixe nt Knt'x. Httf t N. Hand made a trip lo Slater Wedncxduy. I). I). Diiirtrln mailt n trip to Mo Iwrly Wcduexdny. W. K. Hruxhlleld, of St. l.oul. wax In Mnrhnll Wetlncxdny, .lerry Sailor of Sinter. nttmlfil court here Wetlneday. Mlxx K.IWnWth Whlltnkcr cnt Monday In Knimnx City. Try Kivt'i hv t'tvnm xodn nt "nfiitu n ulnx. tlx lcxt In town. Iiitf .l(M Mitchell returned Tm-xdny from n huiiifxx trip to Knnxnx t'lty. Krct mnkcx the licxt Ice cream In town. delivered ut ! Nr unllnu. MUo Kiillifrliio Hoot) of Arrow Hock n up olioppln wcdncxdny. Mr. T. T. I'ohhx left Wctliicxday for n vl-.lt to her daughter nt Odcxxn. I.. S. Mull In of Kowlliw l.reeu, wn. the MU't of frlcndx In our t'lty Tucx dny. Mi. .I0I111 l !o.kIii. of Klmwood. w thetrucxt Wednesday of Mlxx Mary Newton. Ku t U tin only one that mautifac tutvtl li It own candy tin- whole year nrouiiil, liltf Mix. ('. C. Newman of Kanxax t'lty l vlwltlnir lii'r parent ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. MALTA END- A I. HawkliiN lit very Nick. Mm It II Iterrle, of InIhkIoii, In veiling frlcmlN here. Mm Win NcIn afflicted with her ulti iMiiilnitit ngnln. Mi Mnluiii of .lelTcron City, In licit' vIkUIiik IiIn In oilier, who In wick. 8 T WIImiii Npciit Sumlny with IiIn ilnughtrr, Maud nl Irf'imxn, K tut. Unti Vnnwy nIiIimiI nut two cnm uf tnt cnttle from here to tlm HI. I.ouIn mm ki t Tni'mlny. Julio n crowd from licic attended the Ntrnwherry niiimt nl tlrnnd I'lINN WcdncNilny night. Julio n crowd u( young folk from Miami, wcro In town n nIiiiI'I i line Titt'Nilny nticrmtoii. .lotlll HOI". (if lll'llllll IN, Willi Imin JiinI imi.Mi1 n Meg, of typhoid fever, wit" In town TucNiliiy. I'.T lliiNkln led hero fin- ItiH'k In. Itiiitl. III., Wcdiiodity, 1IcmhIic will mnko ll liN fuliiii' homo. l.nM week, wc iiiiulc mention of n homo Mug Molcti from ,1 K Mnrtlit. The telephone, tclcgrnph nml mnll" weiv ued ui put otllccm if Urn. nuc l-oiimllugcoiiniiy on I he ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 25 May 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A HARVEST OF BARGAINS x at a; The New York Store! OUR MAY SALE IS BOOMING. WHAT MAKES IT A SUCCESS? j,NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES,., In Wool Dress Goods Wo huvo mime ruro vnlutm to fTr you In ImiUi plain uml fanoioH. 'Ask to koo tlit Hut1 of Novelty Drosn floods In till tho Popnlur Muring Mlmdos worth IV V, wo Offer ut Sale price of 30c. In Lawns M) pieces Lawns worth tta for..:! lift 10for..i i!& IStn IDnfiir..lU plot-on Now Dimities, LMf quality for M We Huvo a Dig Lino of IjAWNH. 1)1 Mi l IKS. (IINOIIAMK, PKIttiALKN In All tlu Newest Htylos ut Sale Prices. Our Line of Ladies' Ready to Wear Suits . . Th.U woolTor ut llulf Price uro ho lug closed out vory fusts m If you wunt otto you hud hotter hurry With tho lino of suits, wo nro selling Wool and Silk Waists At Half Price. In Mattings, During '.his sulo wo offer you altout MO rollH r (Ohio Matting from in to Mfc at 25 per cent Discount. To i'Ioho out wo huvo put on halo nil rolU of China Minting regular I fit!...

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

i "(sssbsji: MARSHALL- "-REPUBLIC AN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, JUNE 1, 1900. NO. 17. MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT, commencement concert, Closing Bxercliet of the Clan of 1900, the Filiate of the Collegiate Year, Whitened By Large Audience Thursday Morning. DR. MATTHEW HUGHES' CLASS ORATION The Ksnsss City Ssesker Please a Largs Audi enet in HU Address to the Seniors, Aa nouaceateats of Faculty Changes by Dr. Ilack in His Address, CoiitiUfiK'i'iitftit this year does nut cud col lege work for Mlssotiil Valley, which Iihh ml- llUtt 'tllC COIItillllOllS Session plan, HOW ill practice in the best school of the Kast, hut thin change hss nut hi thu least lessened the importance of the niHtial comHintcemeiil either as relates to the students thentsvlvea or to the outshc public. The exercises of this May, have never Unit excelled In Miint ol ex cellcnce, nor have the Murshull friends iiiul MipNittcrH ever accorded the cIuhIiik uutiilrH u moie appreciative anil liU'...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MAKSIIAI.l. : KliPURLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Filtered nt lln PostnnVi In Mnridinll, Mo., in Kt'l'tMHln'tktH matter, TKKM8: tl.INI I 'Kit YKAIl IN ADVANl'K. PERCY H. VAN OYKC, EeNtor. MAKBHAl.t., MISHOUKt, JUNK I, IOOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATU. For Oovernor, .lOHF.I'll FlAJltY. For Lieutenant Uovprimr, F.. K. AI.I.F.N. For Mfi'M'lnry of Htnte, V. (.. IDHTF.ItFIF.M). For SI lit' Treinoin'r. W. H. FI.F.MINU. Fni' Auditor, W. F. llU)F.IIAtJM. For Attorney OcniTiil, H. P. 'FAt.lN. For lUllroiul (oriiiiildoiii'r, r. v, (Mtousi:. CoNISKKSSlONAt.. For roiittiT. I.F.MI.Ii: OUF.AIt. HHNATOMIAI.. For Hlste .Senator, M. V. CHAHTAIN. Stephens seems nut content In rent Ukii his laurels as a blunderer, but hns written n letter which tuny prove as fatnl to IiIh party as Itttr chnrd's wan to Hliilne. Tlie cnnleeu proliteiti in one upon which public men arc coward anil dodgers, yet the church people of thin country are in n measure tit blame, ax a proper consideration anil dis cussion of this que...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. INFTANTANIOm MATH FOLLOWS TMtlMJ FALL I RWRH WWVf MWIIMMnR lw HWeT Light Pleat Mi Prwa SaaMdkag TUrtr SmA iAm AiAAl mW WW "vBBSSSPI rVvmaj1 - -"-- - Marshsll has wit jessed lew Mich horrible deaths a on Wednesday morning abeut H o'clock befell Ike papular young superintend ent of the Klcctric Light Plant of thin dly, Tkomaa K. Howe, piodMced by his fall from a scsffolding, erected from one of the electric light potea on the northeast corner of the square. The company ban been engaged in remov ing; the wire from old porta to new and higher ones, and work of thin kind wan being done Wednesday morning, when the awful acci dent took place. Howe, together with two assistants, Fox and Ringo, until recently line men at Mexico, Mo., had ascended the two poles at the nnrtheact corner of the square and were engaged in removing the "transmit ter," which weighs about 150 pounds, from the old pole to the new one, ten feet away. Upon a smwll platform erected upon the old pole...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT. Elocutionary Recital of Mm Orr'e CUm Opening Number of Conu mencemcnl Exercises Seleo tlons from Shakespeare and Schiller Rendered. A college town has numerous conveniences, pleasure's nnd profit able advantages, which it becomes the good fortune of its citizens to enjoy, hut by none of those is community interest so thoroughly nvnkenel and evidenced ns during comtnencciuent week. The prepa ration and study, which is produc tive of the high standard of com mencement exercises, must be at tributed in n measure to the expec tancy of the student to this inter est which his graduation nnd the attending events inspire in friends nnd acquaintances. The opening mitn1cr of this gain week of college entertainments, which have marked the commence ment of 1000, was held at the Col lege chapel, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. It vr.s the annual Kloeu tionary Recital given under the direction, and by students in the department of Miss Joan C. Orr, instru...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DOUITFUL SURPRISE. Those Who Plotted a BofutPrgram Suryriaid hy the Seniors Carry ini ft Out-A Kt of Cot lege Fob ami Wit. On Tuesday morning a number of hills were found distributed over town announcing that at 3:30 in the afternoon the Senior would give 11 "Surprise Program" in the College chapel. At this no one wan more stir prised than the Seniors themselves, Imt they quickly resolved not to he outwitted by anyone, but to carry out the progintn us primed. One thing, however, they resolved to do, which wiih "not 011 the bill," mid tint was to charge nn admin nlon fee of ten cents, ho thut their labors might not be in vain. Of course, there were all sorts of conjectures as to who might be the authors of the joke and suspicion finally fastened itself on the Jtni lots mid the Seniors determinedly resolved to "roast" them. At 3:30 a large crowd was gath ered in the chapel with the Juniors ou a front low ready to furnish ap plause. It is impossible to comment on e...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II. F. l.ctiion. of Miami, wan m vis itor Friday. .1. V. Spmkn fN'iit Tuenday in Kansas City. 1. A. I). Hughe, of Nel-on. mux n vUltoi In tint city Sunday. .1. W Weir, of Miami. vlnlted friend in the city Wcdncnduy. !' II. AtiiolMTry. uf Hardeman, at tend court In Mamhull Tuesday. .1. T. Rhoiiilen. .1. K. McAmis und A. Iliiii H-ut Tucnday ut Hie lukc llnhliig. MI-h l.l..le Hancock, if HltH'kliurii. In it guest of the fumlly of .1. W. Sparks. Minn Myrtle Huker. of Sinter. Im the guest of Minn Hernlce Allen on Col. lege Hill. Ia'ii Alurrell iiihI wife, or Nuplon, were gucnt of Oeorge A. Murrell Wednesday. Dave Anderson and wife, of tin1 county, attended to business In War "hull Tuesday. Vawter liros., the new grocerymen will pay you the hlghc t murket price in cash for produce. HUJ Mcndames Thus. Hoiiirlght uud o. II. (iciitry returned Tuenduy from a vUil to Miami friends. . Mrs. I). I.. MotTmau In ultcndingthe various commencement exercises at Hlgglunvlllc thirl ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Marriage Announcement. One of the most interesting and original parties was given by Miss Agnes Spencer to twelve young la lies on Friday evening hours from 7 to 9. During the evening, the guests allowed themselves to drink in the pleasures of-the hour, never dreaming of the surprise that awaited them, which wa to he served in the second course of the menu, the first of which was fruit, salad and wafers. While a spirited conversation was being held and vvetyhndy talking at once, in came Miss Pet Parrish with n waiter filled with cards containing the name of each one present, and just as they had inuile up their minds that some kind of contest had been provid id by the thoughtful hostess, some turned their card over, when to their amazement, instead of it containing a game of authors, popular songs, ports, etc., ns they expected, it contained the marriage announcement of Mr. Charles R. Graham of Mexico and Miss Mary Northern of this city, to take place June 5, 19...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. v M CREAM Baking Powder Dr. Price's Baking Powder is the . true friend of all the people, rich and poor alike. It supplies a pure, wholesome leavening agent, which makes the biscuit and cake of highest healthfulncss at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which is the greatest dietary danger of the day. The foremost baking powder in all the world. PRIOt BAKINO POWDER CO.. CHICAGO. LOCAL IN BRIEF. .1. V. VIiIiitIh(. left Suturduy fur St. I.oul. Good baby buggy for fil.tlO. Apply at thU offlce. tf I.arkln Hancock of Hlackhurn. wan down Saturday. John ijtilnn, of Mt. leouurd, wuh it vlriltor Saturduy. C. II. KIIIIiim, of Colder, In In the rlty tliln wcuk. S. M. Kllllun, of Sweet Spring, wuh u visitor Momluy, .1. W. Houlger, of Shackelford, wa a visitor tli Ik week. It. .1. Stephen, of Mt. Ieonard.wuH In the city thU week. Mrx. .1. W. Spark returned Mon day from Hluckburn. J. M. ItoherUoii of Mt. U-onard, wok a invent vlriltor. Fl unk (J. Mitchell made a tri...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL v. REPUBLICAN. Mr. Ida II. Shaw nml llitln Unhid. arrived In Marshall Saturday from St. I.otig and will tend a month with ('harle Bradford, Robert fteyn old nd their famine. T. W. Lacy and lur. Ml rnnin Ha. left Saturday afternoon for Can county, wnere they were, nailed on ac count or the xrlnu illnex of an tincle, Itev. Jamex K. Lacy. Mix IVarla Hi rot her, who ha been upending a year In Mlxlnurl wlthrela live and friend, left Tliiirmlnv fur her home In Freinn, California, going "' way or the Union Pacific. Mr. I.. M. Kldd and Ml Nell Htewurt returned Saturday from Mi I.011I. where they visited frlendx. The ladle returned a wwk earlier on uc- count of the xtrrct-ear strike. Mlxxe Kitma Itcynoldx and Winnie .lurden, of llohlen, Mo., und Mexxr. Harry Hrown and Stanton (Julnn drove up from Slater Tnurxday even lug to enjoy the hand concert. Hieclal InducenientH are now being offered In piano and organ at II. F. Nlehnlx, oppoxlte county jail. Ir mod cnntcuiplatimr huvlmr. ciit...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Tbe Quettion of the Census QucUioiis. The objects of tlie federal eenxii are of three kludx: To fiirnlxh n buxlx for the pportlonimiit of HepreaentutlvcM , In the lower house of Congrexx; to on certain the growth of the United State hi number, wealth, and Im1utry;uml to Invextlgute tlieitRilul orgHtilallonx mm inxtltutlnnx wiiioli determine tun I mow th of population unci wealth The Hint I nconxtltutlonul m-ccxxlly, the xeeouil a xtudy of fuctx, and the third u xtudy of eatixex. i I'rohuhly no xoolul inxtllullnn Ix ho Intliniitcly eonmvleil with the growth of populutlou ax oi marriage, in invexugaung muruui eonilltlonx the law requlrexulioul eaeii ierxon u xtateiuent whether he or xhe Ix xlnglc. married, wliloweil, or ill- vorced: If iiiarrleil. how many jcurx the niiMTliiite hux laxteil: If a mother, I how many children -lie hax hud. anil how iiiauy of thexe children ure now living. TJic marltiil xliitlxtlex eolleeteil liy the eenxiix are In inuny rexeotx very ...

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. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. uess in big mule and rich oil was shown to be, not of that character, which addH perpetuity to our Mute or national fame, but is only tem porary in its relation to the world and race's progress. Ransacking the history of ancient and medieval times, his oratory became eloquent in its demonstrations ol what real and lasting greatness consists. His final appeal was to the laboring masses, that they appreciate the importance of educational develop ment as their own salvation, in en aiding them to cope with the world in the protection of their own in terests, aside from the enjoyment to be derived from the cultivation of talents liestowed by our Maker. 1'KOGKAM. The program rendered was as follows: Overture Rose o( Spring" (Booker), the Mandolin Club. Invocation Rev. J. W. Howell. Piano Solo' 'Titania' Weley ) , Miss Elizatwlh Stuart. Class Address Dr. Craighead, president of Central College. Vocal Duet " Estudiautina" (P. Lacome), Miss Adams. Violin Solo ''Ninth Con...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Broken Brlc--Broi Mr. Major, the faraoun cement man of New York. explains nome wry In. terentlmr faetn about Malor'n LVnient. The multltudcn who ue thin ntand aril article know that It in many hunt' red wr if nt better than other ceroentH for which almilarclalmn are made, hut ti great many do not know why. The nlmplc reanon In that Mr. Major linen the Wot underlain over discovered and other manufacturer!! do not imp them, hccuimc they are too exiennlvc and do not allow large protltn. Mr. Major tell us that one of the element of bin cement comIh X7" aHiund and an other ctmtn tJ.il-" a gallon, while a largo Hhare of the no-called ccmcnU nnil liquid glue upon the market are nothing more than nlxteen-cont glue, dlnnolvcd In water or citric, acid, and, In home canon, altered nlightly In color iiml odor Ity the addition of cheap mid Unelenn materials. Major'n cement retail at llflecn eoiitn and twontv-llve ccntn a bottle, mid when a dealer trlcn to nell a mite ntltute...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. A. Conway returned Monday from Kansas City. Itoltert Huff return) Tuexday night from Sedalia. f. 1'. IliiNton returned wednexday from St. Loulx. Itoltert King, of Utile Hock, wiim In the city Tuexday. liny your Irultit at a fruit hoiixc at Kn t'n and ifvt the bext. IHtf Try Krct'n Ice cream nod a at " centM a glaxx, the liext In town. Ultf I. T. Jonex, of Hardeman. wax n vlnltor In Marxhall Tuexday. Dr. Mary Manntir made a prnfex--lonal vlxlt to Hlater Tuexday. II. 1'. IIoklim left Tucnduy for Aruintroug, on a huHlucnn trip. Kret makex the lient lit' cream In town, delivered tit 41 er gallon. .1. I-'. Met'urdy returned Monday from ti lltree wcckV .luy at Cullnlln. Mr. and Mrx, Harvey AMltury. ot HlgglnnUllc. vlnltcd Marshall Tih'h duy. MIhm licrtn Frauclxco left Tucnduy for lxlngton. Ky., for n vlnllto iclu liven. Min. HonloO' Dwycr returned Hun day from tt vlxlt to rclullvcM ut Kunn. an City. II. I. lliiwkliiM. accompanied by Minn Iva Oxhornc. d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. LACKSURN Tom Davis went to Kentucky Tues day. Ed Edwards of Hodge, was here Sunday. John Coleman Is spend lug the week In Sweet. Spring. Several couple drove over to the Grand Pass taken Sunday. Joseph Cable and A Hord went fish ing several time last week. Miss Myrlls lloulware.of Kim wood, wait In our city on Tuesday. The Presbyterian church glories In a new covering for the floor. Tom Blackford had hogs on Kansas City market Saturday of last week. Col. John Donaldson shipped 105 head of cattle to Chicago Wednesday. Halph Aleiander has returned from a visit to his best girl at Arrow Hock. Miss Carrie Metcalf took Sunday dinner with Miss Margaret Alexander. Misses Kthel and Lura Lilian) spent Sunday In the country with the Misses Swift. Mrs John Daehler and son, Johnnie are guests of relatives In Lexington at present. M K Lilian) and Master Virgil Lil ian) spent two days of last week In Kansas City. Orbra Deal of Mt, Leonard attended the Methodist...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BarliogtM loafe New through trains to Portland and Pnget Hound, "The Burlington Northern I'actHc Kxpress," a new dal ly through train from KunsosCltyand Ht. Joseph for Lincoln, Northwest Nebraska, Mack Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Tocohib, Seat tip, Puget Hound and Portland, Ore gon, via HllllngH, Montana the short line and time saver to tho Upper Northwest. To Central Montana In 43 hour; to the Puget Sound in 70 hours from the Missouri River. Through conches and chair cars, through tourist slcciicrs, through din ning car service and standard sleep its. This Is thu main traveled road Missouri Itlver to thu Northwest. NL'MHKlt 1ft, Kansas City and St. Joseph to Nebraska, Denver, Colora do, Utah, Pacific Count and the Northwest, via Ogdeu: also to the Northwest Molilalia, Washington, Oregon, via Lincoln nnd Hillings. Weekly California recursions. NcuiiKU it, "Nebraska-Colorado Kxpress," from Kansas City and St. Joseph -the'l'atest train for Nebraska, Color...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 1 June 1900

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