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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

4- JtK Saline " Republican. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY) MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. NO, 25 'A 4 -J A THE VOL. VIII. i.. v ProbtU Oort ProoWJngt. Past week, March lo-t6tli. Iu re-estate of AH and Win Prlemoutb, guardian ordered to give additional bond. In re-eMate of Mary C Hall et al, final settlement of guardian ap proved and recorded. In rc-cstate. of Rich Fowler dee'd. Order o( ante of the equity of redemption of the interest of said dee'd; granted to Pub. Adm'r. In re-cstale Wm Krugcr dee'd. Annual settlement of adm'r. ex amined and approved. In re-estate Catbetine Thomp son; letters of guardianship grant cd Mrs. Itlizabeth Thompson. In re-estate of Lcona V. Drown, adm'r ordered to pay claims ptcs cnted to court and file receipts therefor, then to be discharged. I'roof of notice of publication filed. J. Vandyke & T. C. Ralney file their authority to act for fidelity it .Deposit Co. of Maryland. Hx ainincd, approved and filed. . In re-estate,? of Philip Median, proof of no...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

8 THMEBUBLICAN, MOf I.TAIDTKREJItof TumtoM, No. 9. Fuday, Maich 17, 1899. :T0OTIH000L8. At the coming April election, the voten d the School District of Marshall will be called upon to de cide, whether or not loan ol ,. uoo abalt be authorized for the pur pote ol erecting anew school build Ing tad furnishing the same, and to Issue bonds for thli loan, pay able la 20 year or at the option of the district In five year. The other propositions are the same as those usually voted upon each year and there Is no reason to be lieve any different action will be taken upon them than has been each year in the past. It 1 not every year however, that the people of Marshall are asked for a new building and this proposition become? of paramount Importance, over its coordinate ones. A it is seen to be a question that confronts us only once In many years, it is well that the voters should have a review of the necessity for and object In, the erection of a fourth building, before making a decision. T...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

Ever 1 Depressed And l t not due to nervous eihausrion? Things itviri lock to much brighter when we an In tood Be.hb. How cm you hire courses when suffer Ing with headache, nenroui mtratlon and pes) pbrtlcal vtskaesi? Would yon not Ilk to bo rid of thti depression of tplrln? How? Br remorlni lha cium. BfUklng II glre actlVlty to U part tbit carry awiy useless and poltonoui Riitcriili from four bodr. It removes the ciuse of your (uircrini, btcauie It re more ill Impurities from your blood. Send for our book on .Nerroumen. I To keep In tood beilib you matt hire perfect action of the bovcU. Ayer't PllUcuro con. tlpitlon tod blllouincu. WMfrf Tatai. ?" wM lib U Mn1t MM mlBM bhTltHBC ftlMMI tMf aaa4lll. Tka writs lit I rlf all tha CnkaUra fa tr ny, l aul ra. if a ant If, wftaftal AWma. kW. 0. ATE. UvtlklUM. J. W. Sparks left Monday to be irnno all week conductlntr dales In Kansas and Missouri. Mr. T. K. Spencer returned Saturday from Louisville, Ky, She left her sister, Mrs. Hutchcr soj ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

WW -V ' ' - - t :, , . 'J ' TV., -V, , I?? " T fc,, II X BOCAN.. JWMOPK, "No. Fkidav, Mamch 17, 1899. De you take trie Republican? The bandiieweftt- llM;uf pattern hats ever brought to" the city at MIsses.MIck &Co)iiour'. Hyou. wibrerds''for' society game printed ' fchut a f malt ex pense, go to tkltftjxit Rurnnu- i.An. r Mrs J 8 M Hud and Daughter. MitticStepheu Huff, cnme up from Kelson, Wednesday to visit Mrs Able! Leonard, on North street. Dr J I flurris, a graduate ol the American School of Osteopathy, has located in our city. Hit offices uiu over iioux uros. anoc .oiorc. Charlie PcecTicr received a tele gram' Monday, that lilt mother, .living in CliillIcolhci Ohio, was dangerously ill qnd'hc left on the first train for that point. We have now the cheacpst niou ey and on the most favorable terms ever offered in Saline Co. Wc pass on security and titles, fjt JJkwTon t IlKVANT, Mr. K. il L. .Smith on Salnr day received a present from her mother, Mrs. J. W. Goodwin, of a hands...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

.HI ".-V lllli W. W. ROSE, LIVE STKI All KIERAL AIKTIMELR. MARSHALL, MISSOURI. Sales made anywhere In the United States. MARSHALL MARKET. To be corrected weekly by the Republican for the benefit ol its farmer friends Wheat, per bu. C8c Corn, " " 3jc Oats, " " a5c Apples " " (j.oo Kvaporated apples, per lb. iie Sundried 8c Irish potatoes, per bu 6oc Sweet " " " $1.00 Turnips " " 30c Cabbage per lb ac Jiggs, per doz ioc Butter, per lb lie Chickens, old hens, per lb. Sc " young, per lb... .c KooMcrs, per lu c Turkeys, hens, per lb.. .. 6)ie Turkeys, gobblers, per lb... ic Ducks, per Ih - .tc Geese, per lb - . 3c . Sides, per lb - 7c Hams, " " . 10c Shoulders, per to 7c cwt Hides, dry, per lb No 1.. 11 to 13c llldes.green, per lb Feathers, per lb Wool, tub washed, " " unwashed, " " burry, per lb.., Flour, first grade, per second " " " third " " Meal, per bu Jran, " cwt Lard ' lb Beeswax" " Tallow Cows, per cwt Steers, Hogs, Sheep, " " Wood per cord Coal ton 0 to 7c 30 to 37 ' 3c 16 to 1...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

- v;A :v ?; 3t ma MYERS-fc BELL ...V- ' Give More Value IN THH1R 98 Oxfords, Thau any house in the country, ' MADlt 01' Bast Mid Kid Stock. Black or Tan, Vesting of- Plain Top. tk-o our linen of Spring Styles at Si. 75, '-00, 2,50, '.'.75 ami $5. A job lot of Ladies Shoes, in small and odd sizes, at Hal f Price. Tho Cornor Shoo Sloro. MARSHALL, MISSOURI. J LOCAL NbWS. j O. A. Amibury, of Hardeman was III Saturday. H Y llawjcy returned .Thursday night It om Kansas Cft. a visit to I'arls, Sunday. ' ' " IJugeue Dawes md wife returned Sunday, from St Louis. T. r Horn, ol Arrow Rock, was in the city on Saturday. Miss IVt Jeter, of Malta llcud is vlMtlng Miss Annie Giithrey. Miss N'vll Dobyns has liccn (jiiilc sick tlilw week with tonsilitis. Hon. I'rnnk l Sebrcc, of Kan sas City was a visitor this week. t.cu Murrell, of Napton, made a business trip to M:irihall this week. A licautlful line of Kastcr Mil linery nt Miss Angle Thompson's U Call ami see tliov.- beautiful Master lints nt Mint...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

"Evil Dispositions Arc Early Shown. ' Just so evil In the blood comes put tn shepe of scrof uta, pimples, etc., tn children and young people. Taken In time it can be eradicated by using Hood's Sarsaparllla. In older people, the aftermath of Irregular living shows it self In bilious conditions, a heavy head, a foul mouth, a general bad feeling. It II the b!ool, Hi lmiun Mood, frlrndl, which it Hi reel mum1. Purify tint with Ilood'a Haraparllln and hapnlnete will reign In your family, MOOd POtfOn-" I lived In a bed of lira (or yean on In to blood i-oIkhiIiik lliat fol lowed iroall po, II broke out all over my bodr. Ilehlna Intentely. Tried doctor! and boepltall In vain. 1 IMed Ilood'a Pir pa rtita. II helped. I kept at It and wai an tlrtli enrad. I eoold ro on Ihe fcoutetont and about about II." Haa. J,T. WiLUtiat, Catboodala, Pa. Mmihi UmA aemfala aoraa on rherk ami arm. Loral apptkatlont and .hyilelant' medicine d Utile of no rood. fiood'a ar aaparllla cored Mm permanently. Jle now ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 17 March 1899

i 3,1 V. 1 'A ' 1 Tki elftihborriood up near Ami It tMtg to to.af bad as the Phllllplne k(M4. kWmilsy,- Sam Oltllim and Fr4 Hot tail agreed to dlsagrca and down, io Mm factory an J settled ,lC wtlh baro knuckles. A day or two Iwtore.'WIll Merrlrnsn and Geo Madl oii -locked horns" and Madlso cried "nufr' after' be got on lop, bat with his Soger la Nerrlmsn's mouthf tut ' the real thing didn't happen until net! day," when Mra Madison. aud Mrt Mot rlaaao mit' and a fog ol icratchtog. pulling and wrestling took place. Saturday afternoon s party, among whom were Taylor Ouerrant, Simon l'yiher, Frank Howorker. Dr Sullivan, Will Arbogast and Charlie Bchellen berg were wrecked upon a sand-bar abore town and owing to the ttormy waves, part ol them ttayetl' all night. wet and without flro. Although none were christians, an emergency prayer meeting waa Toted and (Inerrant and Schellenbers prayed loudett and longest ' Mist Or Henry died near Ayera sueway morning or mat cruel mon itor that bllgh...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

017. VIII. MARSHALL, SALlNli COUNTY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL, 31, 1899. NO. 30' I aroara seoubed at last. Ventured Bick to iLli Counry aud It Ar" rwUd. Will bo Bra-jgU Buck for Wal. V. ). Storts, the cattleman o( Slater, who had the county worked up only a short while ago, over the miniature Olllett game, which he tried to work and the successful escape made to Mexico, is now in the custody of police officials. Un like bia model, he ventured back into the tf. S. and was quickly lo cated by some of his creditors, who will soon have him back In Saline on trial. The charge azalust him in the indictment for which he baa been held, is the em bezzlement of certain money which he should havo turned over to the Chicago Live Stock Commission Co., on two cars of cattle shipped to 8u Louis, just prior tit hU tie1 nartnre. Though the cm! ' merits and other crrnVnl1." ihit have beat charged up to lil'ii au.l nre now Mng rrcntinU'd, are p--'.- alilv tmr. Hie Indictment emu i Di V :!-.' nnr connr ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

il&ilB BUSINESS MEN. - 'l-v Brief; Sketches, of Sonic of this City's Leading- Institutions and Enterprises and the Men Who Conduct Them. STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS Period of Unusual Activity In both Public and Pri vate Enterprise. Move to Marshall. ihc aim of every paper should I not oly to guard the interests of that community, whose patron age maintains its life, but more than this, to push forward its claims among, those who woidd not otherwise perceive and know the Industries of that city, or real nt the superiorities of its trade situation and facilities for hand lias the same. With this view in mind, the Mk- terprises. These suggestions I'VBUCAN famishes to its readers us l say a few words about In this, issue, a write up of what is ac Wood Si Huston Dank ( Mar ietta place in upbuilding our city nud also short sketches oFdlffereilt The management of this bank Is industries and lines of busiucss, that typical of Marshall's business ore now Is successful altera...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

TUTI D P OM D PIT A M Tkmu-iionk, No. g. t'KIDAY Al'Kir. 21 iSgu MAHSHALL'8 HU8.NI&3 MEN. Continued from Past Two. LaCross Lumber Co. J. W. Seii Managtr. The trade in rough dressed and manufactured lumlicr ol every des crlptlott is conducted in Marshall liy the Lncfoss Lumber Co. , who established business litre in 1888, Nothing comraencs Itself more thoroughly to the consideration of the average American clttrcn than enterprise, omi vc miuw ot no more worthy example of it than the above ttiulcrtnkint;. These yntds are located on the cor tier of Lafayette and Morgan t., where n flourishing t utile is.ctiioy cd. The facilities for doing busi ness ate unsurpassed, the yard and office covering half n block con taining ji large block of dressed and unifSesscil lumber. They handle nnd carry in stock: all kept in sheds, all kind of sash, door, blinds, window frames, mouldings etc. of every descrip tion, vanished hardwood door, in terior finish and home trimmings of all kind being a pr...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

-T a . ' i .... ' "fl wry (if- Ivl If a, ?1 1 ll ml Tvutrap,. No. 4 9. If" - sSOO I-1 vi Si ii ( Farmers' livings lank ' ,"J'neJikwyofthe l'arnier'Sv - laM. Jtaak of Marshall has been an "Utwretanracofd of progress since 'Its UeHku. It has becu con ditctttl Vfwa the soundest and most '(OMcrvMlve business principles fthu Its management 11s character ized by aafgeity, encrey and abili ty, coupled with iHxruland.honor-, able methods. .The -resources ol the bank are more than ample to meetsny peaalble contingency, t -The iarcatmeuts arc judiciously 'placed and the connections of the Institution ate of a most desirable character. The capital, stock is , 100,000 and surplus and undivid ed profits $10,000; and the deposits reach 4 Bandsotne.iutn. Altogeth er the affairs of ..this, bank are in a Highly gratifying condition. Mr. Jos, uoraon, Ibe president, lias had at' exnerience In financial a fain, covering many years, and the vice-president, Mr. P. J. Armen trout, and cashier Mr. T. W. Ia...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

- WW, 4? 7 ' v I1 THEEPUfrLlEAft, Tklumionk, No. 9. FRIDAY Al'RIl. at 189.; MARSHALL'S BUSINKSS MKN Contlnutd from PI Four. M K. FARMER Tlx steady growth ot thin miuUr oa representative cinining, dir goods and snoe bout since, es tablishing bailees hern la 189S has ben the leglllmai reiult of the hon orable methods which bare character, lied lis transactions. lhe itoro cen trally located li sleeked to orerflow. log with a couplet Use of men's, boj's, and children's wearing apparel lo amy style, design, variety iod patterns, Including ill ths moil re cent Ubrlci, botb Id flue od medium iradeo. And whether you bur Ilk-lined garment, or one that Isn't the sljlc, the gracefulness It Is every one and It equal to a merchant tailor made, and inferior to molt of uem, There It alto shown a beanurat u- torlmtnt ol Bne whlto and fancy shirts, novelties' In neckties, cotlara and cuffs, underwear ot all klndt, glo?ss, hosiery etc. The hat and cap department It un usually attractive and embraces ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

"A 1 mm 0 A to hi i IK4' V I. n Mi THE ;jREgi)BLICAN Twimuon, fro, 9. ' FIBAV AH, 3 I899 Indication now are- that demo crntlc p-speakers will sing low when k coam to the subject of t"e financee another year- UBMrery as have been previous democratic administrations In Mis souri; the Stephens regime aecms o b Ihe worst plHJntlie box. Tbo tute. fair bill lias passed both Howes, The election of a Kite b next la order and Marshall aboold step to the front with an offer. The American commissioners to theCiar's Peace Congress will ar rive at the Hague on May iB. If like a jury,, they must unite be fore departing, they may hang for ever. In Missouri, the state pays for all drinka taken by Its emplofem, Coombs labels' all such bills as corn, but if happens to lc corn turned to a wrong ami harmful usjgc. The Barber Asphalt people, at present remodeling the town, are all tight. If asphalt docs come Iiliiher, It can certainly under their management be put down with more speed, than has characte...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

ICA AXLE shorten tha Mad. UREASE heir the tesra. Bare wear expense, nou everywnerB. TAMAM ML OO. MAKSltALti MAllKET. To be corrected weekly by the Rkpuiilican for the bcticGt ol Its farmer friends. Wheat, per bu. Coro, " " . Oats, " " Apples " ".. Kvaporated apples, per lb . Sundrled " " " Irish potatoes, per bu Sweet " " " Turnips " " Cabbage per lb Eggs, Ir doi , . Butter, per lb Chickens, old hens, per lb. ." young, per lb... . Rootters, per lb. .. , , Turkeys, hens, per lb Turkeys, gobblers, per lb.. Ducks, per Ih Geese, per lb. Sides, per lb Hams, " " Shoulders, per lt 7.W 3JC .. .36c $2.00 .. ,8c ....75c $1.00 .30c , .. .4c . ..9c .. nc 5iic ac . . 6ic . ...4 3c ..7c IOC 7C Id t( I2C Hides, dry. per lb No I llldes.grccn, ikt H. . Feathers, per lb Wool, tub Wiiihrd, " ' " timvittlied, " ' " hurry, per lb. . Flour, firil grade, per " second " " " third " " Meal, per bu. lran, " cwt Lard lb.. . . Beeswax " 'imiuw - vum, pvt twl Steers, " " 0 .'.A 3 M Al 32c m t m- Ilc cwt. 55 '.....

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

(,0MeU. HUllUIJUIIi u 1 1 u u u 11 u jiiiuu tt imuuii Marshall, Mo. The 'Moat Eminent Physi cian's in the j. United States will visit our city Thursday, April 27. and will be at Ming's Hotel until Saturday evening at 5 o'clock, April 29, 1899, Three Days Only Dr. Porter and Staff of Physicians of the Boston KlectrO'Mcdieal Institute arc making u tour of the state. This being ia admitting trip and to latroduca their now aysteru, they will glre consultation, csaralnallon unci ill bkUIcIdo neceiiary to com. (ilcto a oure (roe. All pallcnU taking advantage of tlili odor will t ecct ixltoslalato their friends Jhu rciult obtained by their oe eyelem of treat. mroU They trrat all kinita ol chronic ill, ctacs and deformities. It U seldom thai a commuuliy ao llueted at lb ont In which we live ba the nrlfllrga ol eoaaulllng auch renowned (MaialUU who. In con atanl attendance to watt upon yvu. dlaguoea your eaao and giro jou the benefit o( tbelr medical knowledge. There la no experimenting nr g...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

OBITUARY. Mr tmma Hntclanun Mrs limina Iliitclicrson, who formerly was resident of Marshall, died at her home In Louisville, Kjr. Saturday, April 15, after a linger ing illness. She submitted to a surgical operation 'sometime in I'ebruary and for a time teemed on the way to recovery but complica tions arose and she passed peace fully from this life into the rest promised by the Master, when he said, "Come unto me all yc that la bor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest." Deceased was born in Henry county, Kentucky, about 57 years ago. She lived in Marshall a number of years mov ing back to Loutivllle some ten years ago. She wan a sister of Hon. J. P. Strothrr, of I'resno, California, and Urnry Strothcr, of Van Uuren, Arkansas, audn sister of Mrs. T. IJ. Scncer, of this city. She leaves two nous, lien ry and William iiuicrtcrsou, nud one daughter, Miss llcllc, oil of Louis- Title, and a wide circle of relatives and frleudi, to whom the news of her death comes ns a great shock....

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

'"'''"''"'Julllllllltl'lltiljllllllljjllllllllllllllllllllllll 55? rtrBMA mm hi,. tiAii .k. frfff W ifctnl cold. You "y m recowlnj from BuUrU or a (low fern; or poeiibly torn of tho chll wen ire Ian netting crer lb meulee or whooplm Are you recortrlof i fut you should? 7u pot your oM trortle left your Woo4 fan e impuritlei? And Im'i ttale tho rcnon you keep 10 poorly? Don't lr, rtcorcrjr loafer but , It will removo ill Import lie from your Mood. it I alio a tonla ol immento value. Giro Dilute a llitlo help at thli time. AM her brttmoTlniall the producti of dtieite from your blood. If your bovcli are not ust right, Aycr'a Mill will make them ao. Send for cur book on Diet la Cootti. pitlon. MMto up J . Mldtn e( lli,l.J,ttlMMi, iliiil ! In lU ttUri M.I... Wll '"If HMIn m annaft t'Mt AinM.vn.j.a at Mr Dice left Sunday night for SU.QuW- Wru V, l'.trrlih spent riumlny lit Cllllaiii. (1 A IIio.kIus ctit Ttinxljy In lllackwatcr. W J. Jloycr left Tuesday for ati extended trlii. Tom Horn uns ...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

r in " 0.; tin Rrd Step, is Difficult." Tit first sl? in Spring should Li to c.vnr Nature's house from W'in.cr's zccumu htlons. "-.C7"s Savsapzrill does thh sA ca;l!y. It is America's Greatest Spring Medicin:. It purifier, the blood, as mlltons cf people say. It hial:o 1 1 in tii'ak triiiig, nt nrrvoui licit nnj kiMiitn gli-ill tvatlfy. It cnrce nit blood dlac.Kt-f, m thou. and of c ii nil voluntarily w rile. It It ut the medicine (or yon, m yon will gladly aay after ynii ham givm it a f.ilr trial. Bad Blood-" Alltmtuh rt ?)rn or are I mn thoroughly well. It wa three bottle nt Hood' faraajurllU Ilia I ma.lr mt xi after iHuJIns over VO In medlral attendance. Mf trouble Wat maw turn on nir anile." tin, Loriii Maaon, Court Street, (.until, Man. Runnlnff Soret-" Afier urriln lour muiiiha i nave lujr children llnod'e paraa- rarllla an,l It rum! them nt running orc. loutl'i I'lllt cured nic ot ri;imta and nmitlpall'Hi." Mai. Kara K. Tiioma, 31 (tortriKir w Annapolli, Md. Contumptlva Cough...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline republican. — 21 April 1899

"E HEW WRK STORE. I A Lady, in choosing a cornet wants one that ----- Looks well, Fits well, " . " . . - . " " Feels well and ' Wears well. ' 1 'IrL hLj Iws these four important requisites, and in addition to this it has another one, more important than all the rest - - - - It Is The Best Gorsel for the Money SHOWN XInTYWPIHIFHI. We are Ollering Some Special Values An excellent summer corset in all sizes, worth 40 to 50 cents, we offer at 4 22' We have bought 25 dozen of these corsets, and this has enabled us to secure them at splendidly low prices, The No. 82 in white and black, the popular short corset, best, imported coutilje, the leader for ... , .. s98 cents ' .... The No. 14 made of best net for summer: another leader for only . 98 oerrbe :8J, tjmL.- ' fif?v5l rlM)&r' to see the New Uatiste Corsets-i-thc latest material for summer. JjMv'' We carry the. popular numbers of the G. & R. anil the "P. D." l - -- -- j a .. I.., I .JIM..,.! A well-made summer corset the new sh...

Publication Title: Saline Republican, The
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