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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Wm E. Street' Btrt day Dinner. Mr. Wm H. Barnes, familiarly known as "Uncle Hilly," gives an nually on the Sunday which is the nearest the loth day of July, his birthday, a birthday dinner, to which he invites his friends and kinsHMple. On Sunday, July 8th, at his home, seven miles northeast of Marshall, his friends were in vited to dine. This was his 87th birthday, urn! to see him, one would not think he was more than 60 years otd. He is active and strong, works in his garden and on his farm, comes to town on horseback and is one of the most active men of his age in the county. His family is not a large one. His son, Dr. Hannibal Barnes, of Pilot Grove, Mo., was not able to be present. Of his family the follow ing were present: Miss Willie Humes, a daughter who lives with lu r father; Miss Stella Bnrnrs, his grand-daughter; Silas Barnes, a grand son; Mrs, Janus Mnrr, a grand-daughter; Otis Petnherton, Lewis Pemhcrlotiaud William I'em burton who are 3 grand-sous...

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. — 13 July 1900

MARSHA L REPUBLICAN. 4MB cream COR t third of a century the in- valuable qualities of Dr. Price's Baking Powder have been familiar to American housewives, who have found its use invariably a guarantee of light, sweet, pure and wholesome food. The renown of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, in these closing years of the nineteenth century, is not only continental but world-wide. Its unequalled quali ties are known and appreciated everywhere. Always makes the perfect biscuit, cake and bread. rniCE BAKIMQ raiMDII CO.. NoTlt. QHIOAQO. LOCAL IN IRIEF. That piuno at If. F. Nichols' In a dalny try It. 22t4 l. II. Ilea left Wednesday for Kx rcislor Springs. C. U, (ioodwln anil wife sent Sat unlay in Slater. MIhh Paunlc Wood returned Satur clay from Kaunas City. SM.t.'lal oruem In music proteptly tilled at II. F. NlchoU'. 22t4 Dr. Mary Mansur niailtt her UHual vlnlt to Slater .Saturday. Vote your New York Racket tickets for the First M. K. church. It Frank Miles came in Saturday night and spe...

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. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr, ('lark Spark, who came down Sunday night with Mr. Spnrks, who came on business, made a visit of several days to Mm. A. !. Graves In HiIm city. Robt. Ilea, Hiiuth of tho New York Store, pt 11m the bout city meat 21 cent tsdow other shops. I I'm a ease of cash down, hut then U'm money saved nnd good incut. 'i2-U The following persons spent Satur day afternoon fishing at Halt Fork: Paul Simon and wife, Minn Llxxle I.urman, Messrs. Ilrtiee Clawnon, Will Pluskclt and Paul Lauer. On .fuly 1st, Hoht. Ilea's meat mar ket, just south of the New York Store, oien-d on a cash basis, hut at the old price. Nothing hut city meat han died, which Insure the liest. 22-tf MImh Minnie Rowers, formerly of Marshall, hut now of Katy, Texan, In visiting her aunt, Mm. W. H.Hhoadc of Slater and will make Marshall n vllt Iteforv returning home. Tho. P. Otley left Huturdny night for Chicago. Ho will itMud a purl of the summer month enjoying tlie Mich Igun and other lake rcort of the No...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL Bir BY A MAD H0R8E. W. W Harritou Wu the Victim of a Pe culiar Accident Latt Higbt Wt W Harrison, a farmer living rourmilcn nortiiwcnt or Moberly, wan tht victim of a eciillar and painful accident lnt nlirht. About 8 o'clock lie went out to the barn and about the time he filtered tint door one of hln horncn made ii lungu at lilm and bit him quite xevcrely on tin right arm. The nnlmul nhowed nyinptonH of by droiihohlu and died about uu hour lif ter lie lullieted the Injury. Mr. Hut- rlnoii nutTeicd quite ncverely from the bite. He panned through Moberly lant night enroute to Chicago, where he win tte treated. Wo triiHt the affair may not prove Hcrloun for Mr. Ilurrl Mitt. He Ik well known In thin ncctlou of the comity. Moberly Dem. l'uuk Bet Against Death. Frank Funk, who wan arrrnted in Columbia lant winter and returned to Washington, I). C, to dtutid trial for the murder of Win. H. I b ook n and feiitenrcu to In' hong on hint Frlduy. ha In-cii given a respite until next No...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Ilnt-rv Striker will nH!tit Sunday with Hlgglnsvtllu friends. Arthur Odcll returned Wcrinciulny lit his home at Kxcclnlor Springs. Good Photographs twenty-live cents n dozen and tip. New Gallery, over Fletcher's. Xt Minn Mao AHIioiihp left Wednesday for n vlnlt to Mrs. Josh Hunker ut Hiilinhury, Mo. MImn St.irtu, tlio guest of Miss Ola Walker returned to her home In Sla ter on Wednesday. Mrs. .1. F. Ku.vm mid mot her. of Ml. I'oniiril. were gucnts Wednesday of Mik. Ahlel Uoimnl. Miss Huulah Kliler. the guest of MImh l-ctu Hllilebrautic linn returned to her home In HluU-r. Itev. C K. ThomaH pntttor of the PrcMhytcrlan church, In reported quite nick as we go to press. .1 M. Turner, who has lircn very nick wan aide to In down town for a Hhnrt while Thursday. Foil Sai.k A No. 1 in licit cow and a fHiully home. Apply to iMt Maktin Zimmkiuian. Mnlor Doolcy returned Thursday from lili farm In llenton county, lie in the guent o( A. IooiiiIm and family. J...

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

MARSHAL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN 1RIEF. Churlen Parent made n trip to Sta ter Monday. Will Ilea H.nt Tuesday at Slater on imnincnn. .1. W. I.uenn made a business trip to Glasgow Tuesday. Will Putsch nml Hoi. Kill)? Sun duyed at Arrow Hock. Dr. I). P. Hell nml wife 8ettt Sun tiny with MIbiiiI friends. Montague Cordcll hkmiI several days in the city thin week. Vote your New York Hneket ticket for the Mamhall Concert Hiiml. It Mr. Alilel lonard uml eliililren returned from Knnu I'lty Saturday. Judge Humiiel Davln returned Tuen day from lexlngton where he held court. F. Moss, of Johnson comity, wiih In our elty thin week with a view of lo cating. Minn Fannie Vuwtcr left. thin week for mi extended ntuy at Kureku Sprlngn. .lumen W. Harrison and daughter, of Crctcher, were In our elty shopping Monday. MIkh Fannie Taylor returned from a month' visit to friends In TeiineHi.ee thin week. Dr. McOee a dentist from Columhla wan In MarHhull Tucnduy with a view of locating. .1. M. Turner, who ha heen ...

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. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Wull iuM-r from -lo up. to Im found ni .1. it. CoIIIiih & Co. Wader I We. (if Wunomuker. wan In Murnlial Tucnday. Dr. ltlchu't, of Hluckhurii, attend oil to bunlueHn In Mumbii!) Tiiiwday. I'. H. Lauham. of St. LoiiIh, Ih vIh it I iik lil" uncle, .fim Humhcrry of thin city. .1. V, McCurdy and wife If ft Turn iluy fur u vlnlt to rclutlvcn In Little I took. mIhhch Hi'Iimi und Mor.v Flnher left Wcdiicnduy fur u vlnll to frlcndn nt MoCrrdlc. Ildi n to Mm. Ia'hIIc Oreur Tucnday iiioriiliiif,.liil.v lOth.llHHI at live o'clock, ti dutt)litcr. Tin' Street Kutr In now a certainty uml will lake iilacc from tin UHli to 1.1th of Sep. Minn Dora Irvine anil I .on Thorp will In Hid um-l of ft'letnU ut Itlui' Lick Suiiiliiy. MU Miimle Col vert anil jfiicnt, Minn Jennie AiiiIcihoii, will leave thin week for Ciirrolltnu. Mrx. Dlte Aliney. of Kuiwiin City In viilllng Mrx. Clel IIiiii'Ihoii HiIm week on North Odcll. A room of muter for 41. nidi wull, eellliiir an...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 13 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Presbyterians at Wilton. Thur.-day wns an ideal day for nil outing nutl the Prcshytvrinn Snhlmth school, 'uuiuhcrtUK some 250, hid their nuiiuni picnic nt Wilton nutl tlio day was greatly en joyed by liotli old anil young A large crowd left on the 7 o'clock trnin. Tlic transportation commit tic, conijioM'd of Messrs. O. A. Wright, r. II. lfranklin and J. Van I ivke. was nt the station at early f to lake charge of the baskets of good things to eat and to see that everybody had a ticket for Wilton. The remainder of the party went down on the noon train, when they found Mich n dinner as the Presby terian ladies are noted lor getting up, awaiting I hem Mr. T. W. Hunter was chairmnn of the dinner committee nnd was the right man for the place. He was nbly assisted ly the ladies of the church. Messrs. N. Mck Myer.O. Cochran nnd Harry Francisco were on the entertainment committee, and with swings, base ball, etc., succeeded in making everyone have a good time. The lemon...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL--: REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. JULY 27, 1900. NO. 25. I SHEPARD RELEASED. Verdict of "Not Guilty" Rendered by Jury in Murder Cmc Against Thomas Shepard. f The case of the state against James Thomas Shepard, charged with murder in and degree, came up for trial this week, the jury returning n verdict of ''not guilty" iion Thursday af ternoon. Diiggiusand Kniney were the at torneys for the defense, while Rector & Lyons represented the state. Shepard was on trial for the murder of Oscar Young, a neighlwr. and hisptea was self defense, the jury hy its verdict finding his ac tion a justified homicide necessary for the preservation of his own life. On March ist last, during the big snow storm which visited this section, horses be longing to Oscar Young, broke in upon the premises of the defendant and were locked up hy said Shepard. When Young found thisout, he went after and demanded the release of his stock, which Shepard refused to consider un til...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knteml at the lontonice In Marahall, Mo., an second-el as inattor. TKRMS: 11.00 I'RK YHAIl IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAMSHAM., MISSOUKt, JULY 37, IQOO. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. For President WILLIAM McKIN'I.KY. For V lit-President TKIIY" ltOOHKVK.l.T. STAT I? . For (Governor, JOBKPII FIXMtV. For Lieutenant Governor, K. F. ALl.F.N. For Secretary of Stnte, W. U IVUTKUFIKLI). For Stat Treasurer. V. S. FLF.M1NO. For Auditor, V. F. HIjOF.HAK.M. For Attorney General. S. P. O'FALLON. For Hallroad f ommlssloner, f. t CltOUSF- CONCKKSSIONAI.. For (.'onjrrcHH. II. II. PAItSONH. SKNATOKIAI.. For State Senator, M. T. CHA8TAIN. DEMOCRACY AND TRUSTS. The Democratic party Is against trusts, yes apparently, but neither actually nor sin cerely. The platform rails against monopo listic combinations, yet the snme convention which adopted this resolution fleets a commit tee, which chooses a trust magnate for its national chairman. And thus it i...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Sketch of the Nominee. Mr. Parson is 11 native Missou ri, having been horn in Sweet Spiings on June 25, 187a, where lie lived until 1878, nt which time his parents moved to the country. Here young Parsons worked until 1880, at which lime he graduated from the Swrct Springs High School nnd his parents moved to Montana for their henllh. He then went to the University of Michigan nt Ann Arbor, from which he gra-l-tinted with honors in 1893; he then entered into the law department and was graduated with the high est honors in 1895. In a contest for the lvst thesis, Parsons won it with 350 other Inw students, Judge Cooley nnd Kirchuer making the nwnrd. While nt Ann Arbor. Mr. Par sons was elected ns president ol the University of Michigan Republican Club, which had n membership of over 2,000, the latgest of its kind in the United Stntes. While presi dent ol this club he was one of the originntors and prime movers in otgani.ing the American College Republican League, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 67 Turkeys Killed. Mrs. Miu McFndiu had n flock of Ho almost half-grown turkeys. They wen- tlie pride of lirr sum- liter's work. Last Sunday after noon, about half a mite from home, they were attacked either by n fox or dogs ami 07 of tlieiu killed, leaving her only i.v These tur keys, nt the lowest estimate when grown, would have brought $125. It was a severe loss. Mrs. A. I). Slusher, of nenr Dover, lost ,v from a flock of 50 the same way. Whether it is a fox or dogs doing this wholesale slaughtering, an ef fort should lie made to rid the country of such destructive ani mals, Lexington News. Killed by the Cars. On Friday evening, July 20th, Stewart Thompson, son of John YY Thompson, living near Slater, was killed while attempting to hoard an east-bound freight train at the railroad crossing near Ileim's Brewery, in Kausis City. The young man w.is returning home from a trip to Oklahoma when the terrible accident, which robbed bin of his life, occurred. He fell ...

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. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Sunday School Convention. The Hughcsvilfc Presbyterian clinrcli expects to hold n Sunday School convention August lotli, wliicli the nicinhersnf other church es nre invited to ntteud nnd tnke part in. The following is the pro gram for the day: Frlil ny, Annual loth, in n. m, )ri!iit)i.atlnii nt reinvention. Object of convention: nililrotiH. Olijivl of tln Suinliiy ehool; ml iIh'ch. Tot! work ami equipment ot the mi ci Intciulcnt. Tli work ami equipment of tlio tcurlirr. AKTWIOON. 2 to -:.'tn p. in. - How to xtmly n low KOII. 'ii'.Vt to 3 -How to touch a lenon. .'I to :i:ltO How to IntcivM llic men uml Iiovh. ;i::in to I nowtomi'iiiii licttci-teach-ei'H, 4 to 4::i0 IVenrlilnjf ot' tcaclilnu; li pivnc'iliitf iM-cnmlne; a frtl-li' 3.30 to ft -The l.oynl 8. 8. Army movement. 7::ui to H p. in. Mimic In the Similay HfllOOl. K to H.'.M Next SiiiiiIii.v'h IcHHon luiiiflit by Itnv. ('. II. TIioiiiuh. to t - Import mire of the Sunday hoIiooI In tin1 work of tint chinvli l...

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. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Judge ltuoli returned Saturday from Fayette. Unity Mutiny for uIp ut this ottlce for W.flO. '.M-lf Try Loomlx' loo cream sndu? It Ih till Ik1!. Haby Uuggy f' "nlf nt thin ollloe for 4.itl. A roll Na.vlor sont Sunday nt Nap ton. utt tiMtinl. .1. H. Kclley has been on tin nick list this week. Mix Polly Cloughls vlsltlngfr'ondx In lllgginsvlllc. Minn Kiln Nuokles I vlxltlngfrlendx In Howling, Mo. I. II. Hon returned Friday from Kxuelxlor Springs. Judge Sumucl Dnvls returned from St. Louis Saturday. Thomas Klucuhl, of St. Louis. sonl Sunday In Marshall. Wall paKr from 4c tip. to Ih found at. I. II. Collins .V Co. ti:t Mrs. Junior Turner, of Hcrndon, visited Marshall Friday. A. A. VnnAnglon, of Mnltu Hond, wiix In Marshall ,! outlay. .lack MoltoliorK of Mnltit Mcml. spent Friday In Marshall. Mrs. .1 nines Gillespie, nf Nelson, HK iit Suturdny In our city. T. M. Ituliu'y left Thursday for Ar kunxu, 011 11 business trip. Mlsx Dora Kyuii, of Illinois, I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. It l a luxury lo fan. Why not lie funned unit rut !' cream at the sumo time, ut tlit1 hiiiiii price tit l.oomi' pui-lory l!4l in Ml hlii Vaiitom ha acfitil u iomUIiiii to tiMirli In llii' chool Hi (.eadvllle, Colorado, next yi'iir mill wljl leave Sept. Ut. Ml Jennie Knonlr. linn returned from her viienlloii thut wa hmiiI ut IVitle Spring anil with friend nt Mil It ii lleml nnil Dover. Mic IVurl Noul nnil Kle Frnn i'Im'ii, ot llluckliurii, nre guet till week of Mlc .lullu mid Minnie lcc Spark on Cupltol Hill. Mm. S. M. (Ireen nnil (iiinlly, of (iolilen City, will arrive Suturdiiy for a month's vllt lo Curroll l.ogdou ami family on Capitol Hill, .1 amen Hrutiuiigh, of St. Loul. cnt Saturday itml Huiulay with hi family In till elty ut the residence of Mm-Mi-llle Nolile on North street. I II. forilcll, of Arkmiu. who liuil Ixen vlltlug relative In Ola gow, arrived In Mumhull Suinlay ufi eriioon for u visit to relative. Jtimc II. King, of ltulto Montauii, arrived In ...

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. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Report of Grind Juror. To the Hon. .lolin A. Itli'li. Judge of the Criminal Court of Saline Co! We, the grand Juror, have In com pliance with the Mutate of thcRtnteof SlIsMiuri uml your Instruction, vlnll-. m! tin county Jnll. tho oniinty farm mill hnvo visited ami ox inn I tied tho J hooks ami record of Hie various OOtllliy omcon linn ncg icuvu m milium tho following report: Wo Unit that tho county olllocr are Mrfnrmlug their diitlo In accordance with tho law unil thill their hook mill rivord tii'o In (.'"oil order. Wo II ml that tho county farm Ih lie Ing well couilucti-il mill that tliu miiki liilcndcut l providing u cotuforluhlo homo for our county pnnpor. Tho court Iioiit wo Ihul to Ik1 In u hml cotiilltlou anil wo respectfully ntih it 1 1 that it would Ih1 wise economy to npend a llhcrul miiii of money In to pairing thonino enieolully In regurd lo having It iaHrcd, painted anil tho roof repaired and wc also hcllcvo that the sewerage system should lie over,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. The Girl from Paris. Wrlght'n Ik tin' place tn buy ,nur timet. 2-V21 W. C. Gowor made ti lrl to Sliiti-r Monday. A good comet cover for 10 nt tit Wright'. 2-V21 Sullil Mack lawn tit III timl 1.1 rent n tit Wrighiv 2.1.21 HiiIm-iI Fwell vMlcd friend In Hlu li r Sunday. Gyp Tyler, of MIhiiiI. tpcnt Monday In Mumliiill. II. I'. IttiwkiiiM left Tuetilay fur Kiiiita City. II. I'. Nlchol made n trip to Saline city Saturday. Juinc ChumlM-rliiln made a trip to Hluti-r Mnniluy. (I. I. Wlllla of I'htftiuo. wnn In tin city Momluy. W. I. Pnrcell. of M alt ti llunl wit 11 vlnltor Momluy. It. W. Davit, of Klmwood. wu In Marthall Momluy. t A. I llnlr. of Hnouvlllc, wn In Mumliiill Momluy. I'M Conway left thlt week for Mkla lioum to liny miller-. Sunforil Alexander uml wife H-nt Sunday ut Itliu Lick. Minn -Ionic Itlgglut, of Hcriidnu, wan n visitor Saturday. He miiii1 you tl ixl tlic place to buy your thorn. (W) rlirht 2.1-21 Minn HchhIo drear ri'turni'il from C...

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. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Republican Oounty Oouetitlou. A deleruto convention of the Kepnh lloiin party f Saline county 1 herchy called to meet at Marshall on TllCltSllAY, AW. IliTII, Hum. for tin purpoxc of nnmlnullni; cnndl lut for tin following county nlllcex, to-wlt: lleprcxentntlvcx.xhcrUT, pros ecutlnn utlnrncv, ircnurer, xiirvcyor. nxcor. piihllc adinlulxlrntor, cor oner, county Judc In DMrli't No. I untl county Jinluc In l)ltrlct No. 'Jt. Tlu1 hul of rcprcxcntnlinn ax llxed liv tin' committee Is one dclcjrutc for each i"i votceat fort!. A. r'iiikclu luiii; In tin1 election W. mill oiu for each fraction of xnld vote over twelve. Till! Xl'ICl'lll tOWtlxlllpX lift' Ctltltlfll to tliu following nuitilii'i' of delegate.: Town-hip. Dclei:ate. Place, Arrow I lock 7 Arrow Mock Mlackwalcr 'J ...Itlilu't! I'ralrlc Suit I 'm It - Slii'lliyS.II. I'miiliitilL'i II ..Slater Clav - Orcurvlllc Klmwood "' Mt. Leonard (iritiul I 'a N Multu Bend Llhcrty I. Ilcrudon .Miami 7 Miami Miir.liull I'. Mur...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. Miss Mly Heed Ih on tlio sick lint. J I Futkerson and family wore In Marshall Saturday. Gerhard Koch made a trip to Coop er county thU wck. Uncle Davie, who has lieen very nick I able to he up again. Preaching next Sunday morning and evening by Ituv O K McKlnney. Hev McKlnney wan nut visiting twice lat wtfk from Malta llrnd. Alvl Vawtcr Hhlpiied 80 head of cattle down lnl week from Kansas City. Mrn Dick Heed and children, of Marshall, are visiting Mrs .lennlo ltansherger. Cameron Orr returned Hunday morn lug from a short vImII to St. Louis and Staunton, III. Mrn J A Orr U much better and In able to bu around again after a two weeks' sickness. Wilton lllalr and family vUlted Dr Kdinund Mcljenuan und wife of Malta llend Saturday. Johnnie llrown wait a very Hick boy last Monday evening, cuiiscd by light ing with a bumble bee. E F Col vert ban Iniught a new bug gy. Knoch says thin McKlnlcy pro. ierlty is a great thing. Mamie Smith, of Kl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 27 July 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A Family Reunion. (juite n family reunion wns held on Wednesday by Mrs. William Harrison and her sister, Mrs. Robt Cary, of Kntims City, which was all the more pleasant from the fact that the cousins entertained and the entertainers had grown Up (). Kcther, and whose affection for each other is more like that of sisters than cousins. There wete so many reminiscences and so much to be talked about that the little company was more than ever impressed with the fact that there is nothing sweeter in this life than to meet and enjoy the companionship of relatives and friends. Those present weie: Mr. and Mrs. Kmmett Chaml)ers and chil dren, Yerby and Sarah Marmadttke, from Dallas, Tex., Miss Iola Har llarwood of Kansas City, Miss I.n vinia Yerby of Dacatur, Tex., and Miss Florian Yerby of this city. Mr Eliza Brown Mrs. Kli.a lirown, wife of the late James Hrowu, an old and high ly respected citizen of Saline coun ty, died on Tuesday nftermxin, July 24th, 1900, at her h...

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