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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ATTRACTIVE STORE WINDOWS What the Street Pair Visitor Sees la the Window of the Marshall Merchants. The beauty of the lisplny win dows of tlie Marshall merchants, is one of the most interesting and at tractive features of the fair. The eye of the visitor is quickly caught by the artistic decorations and in genious contrivances that make these windows a source of study uj)oii the part of the crowd.. The Rhi'UW.ican is pleased to make mention of a few of th. un.u de serving and regrets its inability on account of short space, to describe nil, as none are unworthy. Our admiration is first to be ex pressed for the exterior decorations of the Nev York Store which nre fine and rellect great credit on the proprietors. Their window con taining clothing and gents furnish ing goods is n henuty. Some hand some suits and hats are also to be seen. Young Bio's stiff hats ccu py a prominent place, also "Fedo ra's" and "Crushers," but the window containing a steamer that lias j...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Attractive Store Windows. K'untlmiol (mm f If t It imw.I The person or person who dec orated the window of Potter's Sad dlcry establishment deserves n prize, for any body that can make a pretty window out of a bunch of whips certainly is an artist. This window is decidedly attractive, with its pyramid of whips, through and around which, a pump kin vine, with its yellow blossoms are entwined. On the grassy earth beneath lies the fruit of the vine in different sizes. At the top of this pyramid rests a large graceful Ikw made of yellow satin riblMin. In the east window can Ik: seen the premium saddle given by this en terprising rum, surrounded by handsome saddles of different pat terns and colors If you would see something cute, go around to Brown's drug store, where you will And the happiest family in all Marshall, where in their comfortable epiarters in one of the best lighted and lest furnish ecl windows in the city, you will see this family of Belgian hares, co...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Baptist Women's Missionary Society. Tile aiiminl tnc-ctitiK of the H ip list Women's Missionary society of Snline Association, met on Sept. 7, looo,with tile Baptist Indies of tlie Slater church, when the socie ties in the different districts were well represented. The Marshall ladies who left town early in tlw morning and drove down, reMrt it one of the most helplul mid de lightful of meetings. The meeting was railed to order at io:,v n. nr., when the following program was given: I'KDCNAM. 10:30. IJevolion.il Service The joy of service I Chron. 20:5.15. Business. The iniMirtance and use of Mis sionary Literature Mis Mansnr. Noon Recess. 1 :,v. Song Service. 1. Paper-"Christ for the World anil the World for Clitist" -Miss Kate Schein. 2. Pajicr "America as a field for Opportunity" Mrs. R. T. Jenkins. 3. "The needy at our door" (State Missions) Miss Kniina Reynolds. 4. "The Cliri-tinn Culture of Children" Ojien discussion led by Miss Nannie Walker. 5' The ResM)ii...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. i 4R RICES cream Is a pure baking powder no alum, lime or ammonia. No acid but that from grapes which is pure, pleasant and healthful enters into Dr. Price's Baking Powder. Fruit acids are accounted by hygienists the most important of the elements of the food of man, and of these the acid of the grape Is most prominent. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not only the most effi cient and perfect of leavening agents, but owing to its constitu ents is likewise promotive of health. PRICE MAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO, LOCAL IN BRIEF lluj;t!let ut till price'!, ut Milliard ft Hon'. Ill-It Dave. Nooe luih accepted n position with Jaku Krt't. W. K.Mnhtird .v Son's In lictitlciuir ters for IiukcIoh. !H-4t Mrs. Dleus, of Chicago, Is vlslllntr relatives lit Multu Ifaml. Co to Khrninun's (or your white harness for the street fair. n 1 - A. A. WuIIiut, of Itunceton, was u welcome visitor lust week. Now TurkMi Huth Tub, ., never uricil- Tor Milo at this oltlce. 'Jltf Do you wea...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN iRIEF. All work guaranteed at Mitchell' Jewelry Minns Iw Ml llelle JatiiNim, iif Little Uoek, I vIhUIii Mm.. I. F. McCurdy on Knst wood. Ml Anna Kennedy, of lxlngtnn, It tin guest of tin1 Ml iw Spink till wii'k, Mr. Henry Spark nml on, dro ver, of St. Loul, are guet of John I-onjr anil wife. NF.W (SOODS arriving dally ul Frank Mltchull' Jewelry ntore come nml ceo u. Iw Osteopathy I ti ubjeet tli ul I In tercstlng tin American iiooplu to day. Investigate It. 3Mw Mr. Kmlllo Mayer ami Ml Kuner returned Sunday froniu Hummer mm-iiI ul Denver, Colorado. Mr. .1. It. Davl nml daughter. Helen, of Dover, an1 guct of Ml Jennie KoonU till week. Those white bridle, luirnp nml blanket uiu ImmuuIcx. at K. !. I'.hrn tnanV, ciiht li'i iiiai-(s Ill-U N. K. Mcl'lnud ha arrived from llrooksvlllc, Ml., to attend Missouri Valley College, ami will hoard with liU winter, Mi. K. I'. Morris. Misses Hello and llettleNonlykcliavc broken rp housekeeping anil will hoard with Mr. Sai...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Brokeu BricM-Brac Mr. Major, the funiou-cement man. of New Vork. .liilut xoinc very In-terc-tliu; fact- nliont Major' Cement. The luiiltllmle- uIki lice thlx -Intnl. mil ui t I-li know Hint It i tunny huml- let! km' ri'Mt In-tler than olhet incut- for which xliiillui'i'lultii! tin intule. tint ti ureal iimiiy ilo not know why. Tin -Itnplc reii-on l tliut Mr. Major n.-c- tll( ln-t nilltlTltll-CVCI'llll-COVetCtl tttnl other manufacturer.- ilo not u-e tiiciu, liccuu-c they me too '.M'iilvc ami ilo not allow luic pro'lt-. Mr. Major Iclln H- that oin of the element- of III- cement ro-t- f:t.T" apoanil ami an- iithi'i t a iriillon. while a lai-cc -haie of tin -o-rallcil cement- ami llipii'l jjIuc upon tin- niaikct ate nothing more than -l.ticn.cciit trine, ill ohcil In water or eltrle arlil. ami. In omccac-. altfitil -llyhtly In color ami oilor hy the mhlltlou of olicnp ami ti-clc-- material-. Major' cement retail- at llflccn cent-ami twtm -llv cenN a hnttle, ami when...

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. — 14 September 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. Corn and Otntlj. Diirlti the lineal year ended July .11, I Midi, i.hu cotiHiiiiiption of corn for UliifOHt' and Km hy-product-i amounted to over 27,(K)0,IHXI IiuhIicIh, which I eitiivulent to tlio whole yield from one million net-en, bawd on nn aver age of l!7 ItitxheU of eorn to the aere. From one-third to one-fourth of the KlneoHe product of iIiIh Name year went dlreetly Into the nianttfaeturi! of eiitidy, according to n statement which Ix made by ouu of the lending author ItleH In the glueon- trade. The pro polity hi theeandy trade which In di rectly rc-ipon-dhlc for mieh u hit; part of lut jenr'ri great coiiHUiiiplloii of gliicocc, and the adsorption at good price of a lurgc portion of the IHUtt crop of the eorn Kroner of the Went was directly due to the general pron lierlty. When the iiiIIIh are cloned, nud the workman can not All hU din ner pall with the ncccHNurlcH of life, candy Is a luxury for which thcr In little demand. Thut candy can now lie eaten In...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL B01TAL0 BILL'S ROUOH RIDERS rrom All Part of tho World Coming Here Snturdiiy. Soptonilior 21M, will mnrk tin- return in Mamhall for tun per-fnrnitinee.-. of liiiiraln HIIIV Wild Wont mill Cniiu'ri'! of Uiinli Kldd-H, which Inn tliU m'ii-iiii ii tin I noil a tle:rco of miccon never before viiiii'lieil to any out-door ontorprlnc In llio lil-iory of uiiiuomontH. Tlifh- recent nounnn of twenty-four performance In Now York win marked ly 11 norlon of audience Unit for nlzo Iii-o1u all r-wnrd at tho Iniineine .Miiilliton Siiiiuv Uurdcn, every performance noolnir thotinand" turned away unable to until admin--Inn. The Inherent merit ami tln nine character of tin entertainment, wlilcli In never ullowcd to fall Mow tlu hlu'hol rtunltiril. In In a pout inouniiro renponnlhlL' for thin continued popularity of Mcnnrn. Cody V Snln iiiiryV unique iiud original entertain nient. Hut a feature thut ban lucrcitncd public Intercnt In the exlilliltlon U thu aililltlon to tlielr protfrnmmo of tlm ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reboot Meeting. State Stlcrliitciilcut of Schools furrlngton, mill 'ounty Supt. HulT will vImII school din-lug the tin) ntiil iiiIiIi'i'hn iiilllt! meeting In the ovi'ti Ingn. tin follows: MONDAY. SUIT. 17. II a. ill. I'lini'iN-ll School. II a. in. I p. in. ItoU-i-l l.cc. Falrillle. lllltl'H. M Intnl. : p. Ill III. TI'KSIIAY. SKIT. IX. H II. II II. til. Steele School. in. -linker. I i. in. Mullu Hciul. .'I p. in. -Glover. H 1 1. in. -Mt. lcotinid. UT.IINKHIIAV, SKIT. II n. 111. Stilt Sirliin- ScIiihiI. II n. in. -Shackelford. I i. in. (Villi ill. :i p. in. F.lm (trove. HtlllAY. SKIT. 21. II a. ill. NelT School. II a. in.- George, m. Clay ;iMilr. in.- I 'otter. I p. :t p. H It. in. Clllllltll. It In IiomiI Unit directors iinil pat rons of i1m districts visited, during lay. will meet tint Htulc Supt. at the hour named, ami talk with him nliont school mutters. Kvrry tenelier ami il licet or In the county should ilttenil one of the meet ings. .1. s. m. iiriv. County...

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. — 14 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CTATE FAIR rOND, Secretary Rippty 8a;, Tbat It ii Growing -Foots up (her 114,000- Tltc secretary of the Missouri Htutc Fair. fol. .1. II. Ulppcy, Im- Just iv turned to Columbia front HI. Louis, where lio wan present lit it incctlnt! of the executive committee of the state boned of nui'leulturc, stiys thcXcduliti i Democrat. i)n hl way to St. Louis Mr. I tip-' My culled tit tin Matt auditor' olllcc In .IclTerson City to lnvctli!iilo the coiiilltloii of tin State Kale fiiml. 1 which derives u reveitiie from the II ccne chuiMcd iit!iiliit pnolscllliii! mi-1 iter the breeders' hill. I The secretary win delighted to llml ! tliut tlilr fiiml bus Increased inniclhiiii1 tl'.iHHi durliit! the month of A n;ti-t. wttli a prospect for a like Increase forj September. I The fund In the state treasury now avallahle for Slate Fair purpo-cs Is I l t.liTT, ami will no iloiiht amount to J somcthlni! over Itt.lHMi at the close of' the season. This money accrue to. the State Fair fu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. A THOUSAND SOLDIERS! t May fight; etily one can lead. It is the name in tailoring. The leader iniiHt have that faculty that devises and fore een the drift of Kpular wants and pro vldes accordingly. The new styles for Fall and winter garment at KfiWHl's TdlWiH EstiMislawt Are resplendent in the glory of Exquisite Workmanship, Handsome Patterns, Artistic Effects, Exclusive Styles in Latest Patterns and Novelties. Give me a call ED J. KMlMil The Tailor. Mt 73 West SM( SQMft. NifiUL Nl LOCAL IN BRIEF VUlt the German Village Haby Buggy for salt) at till office for M.GO. 24-tf James MorrU of Payette, In the guest of Holland Scott this week. Cut glass In exquisite pattern at Mitchell' Jewelry store. lw Haby Bliss Ih one of the Infant stopping at Hotel Hurt thin week. Kev. A. A. McUeachy arrived Tues day night from hi vacation pent In Colorado. H. 11. HarrU and family have re turned from a plcaaant Hummer Rpent In Colorado. Mr. Home, of Arrow Rock, wan the guest of ber ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 14 September 1900

u ft 8 s ft ft n ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 8 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft; ft! ! ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft MARSHALL KM'UBLICAN. READ THE '2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN When you want a complete account of any local happening, Si J-BU.i-J- . . i i Notice our space devoted this week to The Street Fair If you want any sample copies, write to this office SOLD AT FIVE CENTS A COPY, A ! fil

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL '-REPUBLICAN. VOL IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 21. 1900. NO. 55. COUNTY CLERKS OF MISSOURI. The SecoaJ Annual Gtfheriag Held is Marshall. The Goetta Received Cordial Welcome aJ Heard aa latere lag Program. The county clerks of Missouri on Thursday night closed with an elegant banquet their second annual gathering. 'The three days session has been a profitable and pleasant one to those in attendance and the guests are strong in their praises of the hospitable re ception, accorded them through the efforts of Mr. R. L. Smith. At the St. Joseph meeting one year ago, Mr. Smith extended to his fraternity of offici als an invitation upon the part of Marshall to enjoy the next gathering in this city. The acceptance came rather as a result of the cor diality of our representative's invitation than for other reasons, and the progress of ihe ses sion has proven a fulfillment of the expecta tions, which then led to the selection of Mar shall. The circuit court room,...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL : REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entered at the Postofflce In Marshall, Mo., as second-class matter. TRRMB: 11.00 VKll YKAIt IN ADVANCB. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSIIAt.1., MISSOUKt, SKi'T. 21, I90O. Bryan, who could foresee no improvement over the hard times of '93 to '96 under a con tinuation of the gold standard says tli.it our present prosperity is not real. He was no less wrong in the first instance than the sec ond. Put the question to yourselves. If n farnter, arc the prices of your products and stock better and vour land of a higher valua tion? If a laborer, are your wages higher and employment more easily obtained? Put not only the question to yourselves, but the ans wer, which Candidate Bryan desiring to be president, must needs deny. Is it strange that the Bryan who denirs the fact should nlo evade its cause and attribute the result to the crops and outside conditions? Not at all; if defeated at one point, lie makes another stand, hut he is a dodger and a t...

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. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Knr I'nulilent, WIIJ.tAM MoKINI.KY. Knr Vlei-Pn ililcnt, TKI)I)V" KOOHKVKI.T. 8TATK. Knr Governor, JOMKPII KI.OIIY. Kor l.li-uii-iiniii-Uiivt-rnur, K. K.AI.I.KN. Knr Hcort'liiry of hini. W. I.. 1 'OUTKUKIKI.lt. Knr Hlntc Trvintiivr, W.H. KI.KMINd. Kor Auditor, W. K. IIUtKHAIt.M. Knr A 1 1 irii--- l.-ricriil. H. P.O'KAI.I.ON. Knr UnllriHiil Cumuli-.. Inner, M'.!ltOl!HK.. CONGKItKSlONAI.. Kor l'iiiKri'. II.II.I'AUHONM. SKNATOKIAI.. Knr Kiali' Hi'iuiliir, M . T. ( 1 1 1 A HT A I N . COUNTY. Id'lir iiliillvi'. Klral Hlolrli'l, K. IC. IIHOWN. I'minly JuiIki', Klril IM-lrM, (IKOIKIK W. IIINOIIAM. Ki'lirrv'tiliitlvc, Htvninl DMrlrl, CAMK.ItON OKU I'muity J mini', HH'iiiiil lllrlfl, HKNItY IIAI.UAII. Cnlltvlnr. IIKUIIK.UT WIIXON. I'roxriilliiu-Alliiriiv.v. TIIOMAH K. OTI.KY. HIicrllT, K. it. KI.MKA. Tri-noiiriT. I.. . MtlldtKI.I.. A.fcMri W. K. KII.I.ION. Hurvi'jur, W. II. Mil I.I.I NH. I'ultlli- AiliiilnUlraHir. K. It. MATH KH. I'oroncr, KH...

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. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A BIG BLAZE. Fire ia ODwycr BuJItiag Don Much Damage Early TueaAry Morning' On Tuesday morning, between the hours of two and three o'clock, the night man at Hotel Hurt, discovered fire and smoke in the ground floor of the building on the north-west corner of the square, owned by Mrs. Rosa O'Dwyer and occupied by Tibbetts & Hawkins, gents furnishings, I,. P. Viley, renl estate and insur ance, on lower floor, and O. L. Hatchings on upper floor, and building cast occupied by Hnynic Bros., grocers. The nlarm was given and the fire company responded promptly, succeeding in saving the build ing, although it is badly damaged. The scene was a gloomy one indeed as a reporter for the Rhi'Itui.ican went through the building, soak ing in water and filled with ruined goods, a marked contrast to the many handsome pieces displayed only a few hours before. It is not known just where or how the fire originated, ns Mr. Hawkins left the store at 6:30 in the evening and had not...

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. — 21 September 1900

MAKSHALL REPUBLICAN. THE MISTLETOE BALL. A Brilliant Social Event Week. of Fair One of tbc lmppy events of a gay week wan the hull given on Friday evening by the Mistletoe Club, and certainly Mistletoe Hall never sheltered a happier or hand soiner group of young ladies and gentlemen than those who respond ed to the invitations upon this evening, when merry making ran at a high pitch. The club is composed of young mutt who spare no expense to make every detail of their delightful par ties complete. The music by the Pickaninny Orchestra was inspiring and made dancing n delight. Miss Martha Ken, the queen of the ball, and Mr. Frank Miles led the grand march, which opened at precisely 10 o'clock, nfer which the programs were distributed. Miss Ke.i, who owing to her sweet, sunny disposition, which makes friends for her wherever she goes, is a tiuivers.il fnvorite and made a model queen, and never did she appear to greater advantage than upon this occasion, gowned in white silk mull m:ide...

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. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Some Biscuit and Cake if sac light, sweet and wholesome, while others are sour, heavy, bitter, unpalatable. The same flour, butter, eggs and sugar are used ; what makes the difference? It's all in the baking powder ( DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER r r 1.. can be depended upon always to make the food light, sweet, delicious and wholesome. This is because it is scientifically and accurately combined and con tains the purest grape cream of tartar, the most healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years in the finest leavening preparations. MICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. Noti:. There nro many alleged cream ol tartar kilting xiwders upon the market Mild i.t lower prices, whieh prove, upon itua1r.is, to Ik; alum xwdcrs in dis guise. Alum is n corrosive poison, which must not Iks taken in the food. LOCAL IN BRIEF Buggies nt nil prices at Muhnrd Jfc Son'. :il -4t Baby Buggy for Halo at this olllco for M.M. 24-tf Mahard's buggies are the buggies that woar. 3l-...

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. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. Rev. W. G. Reastcy, of Gilliam, preached at the M. K. church, Houth, Sunday and Rev. J. W. Howell tilled hi pulpit at Gilliam. Tho nowest thing In Btrcct hats just rccolved at Minn Chandlers, successor to Miss Angle Thompson, at Miss Thompson' old stand. 2w Persons attending tho Manhall Street Fair arc Invited to examine the handHomo new millinery at Mlis Anglo Thompson's old Htand. 31-21 James llrunaugh and family re turned from Salt Lake In tltno to take In the fair. Mr. llrunaugh left Sun day night for St. Lou In. Mrs. Delia Lawless and family, of Naplon, were In our city seeing tho sights Saturday and wore gubsts of Misses Viola and Gaho Plfer. Mrs. F. M. HarrlHon, of Kdlna, who Ih vlMlting her daughter, Mm. It. It. Taylor, on Odull avenue, Ih ntlll quite Hick with Mux um wu go to press. Willmr .lohiiHton, wife and son Wil bur, Jr., the guests of Mm. Ahlel Tx-onui-d during the fair, returned to their home In lloouvllle Friday. MIhh Hester Alb...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route. Now through train to Portland and Puct Sound, "The Ilurlltitfton-N'orth-cm I'aclllt! KxrcHH," a New Dally Through Train from Kansas City and St. Joseph for Lincoln, Northwest Nebraska, II lack Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Tacoma, Seattle, Piijret Sound and Portland, Oregon, via Hillings, Montana tho short linn and tltno saver to tho Up p r Nni tiwc4t. To Central Montana In I I hour: to tho Paget Sound In TO hour from the Missouri lllver. Through conches and ehulr earn, throuuli tourist leecr, through din lug ear hit vice and Mtnndard steelier. This Ik tin main traveled road Mis souri Itlver to the Northwest. Numlicr Kiiusti City and St. ,loeph to Nebraska. Denver, Color imIo, ('tali, Puclllc Coat and the Northwest, via Ogdcti: atio to the Northwest 'Montana. Washington, Oregon, via Lincoln and Wiling. Weekly California KxeursloiH. NumlM'f 1, "Nelii-aska-Colorado KxproHs" from Kansas City and St. .loeph tlie latest night train for Ne-hi-...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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