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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mtirlon Sparks name In from Kaunas City Monday. Phil Tucker, of Slater, wan a visitor In our city Monday. The public school oiened on Mitu dny with u flue attendance. W. I. (Irccnlcc, the futlicr of Mrs. Wllllnui See, l quite iluk this week. Mri. Flunk Sudcwhitc U very dan gcrously III ut her homo on College Hill. W. II. Fletcher, wlfu and daughter, (Scorglan, left Suuduy night for ('hi CUgO. Horn, to Mr. und Mrn. John Watts, of this city, September IHth, 1100, u daughter. MImh Itlaneh Curcntcr and Ccorge Wheeler, of Miami, were lu Marshall Saturday. .1. K. McAmls and wife attendcil the funeral of little Ia-wIh Hardin near Falrvlllu Sunday. MIhh (icorgiu Hhoadcs, after a vlnll to MIhh Lottie IVIor, hiiHj-cturned to her home In Sluter. Philip (Soiling, wife and Italiy will leuvii iIiIh week for u visit to relatives at Alines, Nehtanka. ('. M. l'aH' and wife, of Ccntrallu, the guests of M. T. Jones and family, huve returned home. MIhh Fiinnle Uolf, ...

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. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KAH8AB CITY'S OABHIVAL. Au Entire Week of Glitteriag Graidwr, ran and roily Two Itnaesteriradet, Two Brilliant Social FooetloDi. Kansas City In nronarlnir a irrcat program for tlm entertainment of tho jM-oplc during Cnruivtil week, tlm first week In October. Four grcnt attrac. tlon nro Mtur iirctiurcd junior tliedl reotlon of tlu Knrnlvnl Krowo and the Priest of Pallas. The big program for the wwk In m follow: Tuesday F.venlng, October 2 Priest of Pullu Parade. Wednesday F.vonlnp, October .1 Priests of Fallu Hall In Convention Hull. Thursday Afternoon. tVtoltor 4 Kurnlviil Krcwo's Crotosiiue unil Trades Parade. Frlduy F.venlng, Octolier A Karnl vul Krowo's Grand Muk Hull In Con vention Hull. It wu tlu Kurnivul Krowo which conducted tho big street fulr In ltit full' fcstlvul unil Ineldontully enter mined hundred of visiting nowpucr men so royally. The Krcwc thin your hurt charge of two of the big event of Curnlvul week, uud thut they will bo u glittering success ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNYT. SALT SPRINGS. Miss Mlnnlo Radcr In quite nick till twk. Dr. Edmund Mclennan and wife, of Malta llonil, visited friends hero last Sunday. James Welch left Friday for South Dakota to bo at the bed Hide of a nick brother. W. F. Cundlff Hold a team of mule Wednesday for 105, to Joe Evans of Marshall. . Luther Carmean and Ml Miller of Etniwood, attended service hero Sun day evening. J. II. Uyan, of New York City, vis I ted friends and relative In tills neighborhood last week. W. A. Vawtcr was In tho southern part of the county everal day this week looking for stock hog Luther Murray of Slater, and Mia Ida Wood of Marshall, pent Sunday with J. II. Galloway and family. John Hay and wife, of near Hern don, ient Sunday with the former' Mister, Mr. Adolph llansberger. Arch Ollkerson left Sunday morn Ing for hi home In Warrcnsburg. Ill wife will remain a few day long er. Conrad llauer and wife are up this week from their home near Nelson making apple butter ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 21 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. FLORAL HALL 'PREMIUMS. Entries Numcrout mi HaM Vkwc4 by Mm7 Sfcetatort. Awar ' m Given. Floral Hall, in the Opera House Block received much attention from the thousands of visitors who attended the fair, who found much of interest in the many beautiful displays. R. V. Montague acted as clerk of this department, Mrs. M. C. Sandidge being in charge, assisted by Misses Kva Armstrong and Celeste Sandidge. The contestants for the pre miums were many and a blue rib boti possesses a well earned signifi cance. The awards were as fol lows: Rag carpet, prcm. $2, Mrs Dan Cameron; ad, i, Mrs Mary Davis. Rug, homemade, p. fx, Mrs A V Dockland. Quilted quilt, p. i, Mrs Jere miah Coffman. Worsted quilt, hand-sewed, p. ft, Mrs A M Herndon. Patch work quilt, calico, p. ft, Mrs H A Graybael. Silk patch-work quilt, p. i, Mrs A M Herndon. Crazy silk quilt, p. ft, Mrs Flora Bell. Spread, knit or crochet, p. ti, Mrs M E Anderson. Quilt, by lady over 60 years of age, p. $1, Mrs M E An...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL- '-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. SEPTEMBER 25, 1900. NO. 54. COLONEL DAVIDSON AT MARSHALL The Chicago Republican Campaigner Pleaaea (he Democrats aod Enthuses the Repub licans. Convincing Logfc of Uns questionable Authority Fairly Presented. Seldom if ever linn any political speaker l)ccii so favorably received by his opponcntsnnd partisans alike as wan Col. J. H. D.ividson, of Chicago, who spoke in Marshall, Thursday, Ixith afternoon and evening meetings being held. Despite the steady rain, which had twgun with the day and continued until late in the afternoon, preventing any countrymen from coming to town, the circuit court room was crowded to its capacity Iroth afternoon nnd night. The audiences were attentive, listening closely to the speaker whose addresses while in the main closely argumentative, were re plete with oratorical gems nnd spicy, well told anecdotes. The tariff and money issues were dealt with in the first talk and the six ond was...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kiitclfil at the l'otoltU-o In Muixluill, Mn., tlx xiYoml-cIa mutter. TKUMS: I.(H) I'KU YliAlt IN ADVANCE. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAI.l., MISSOURI, Sltl'T. 28, lyoo. THE PRESENT PROSPECT. That the Republicans entered the present campaign with the chances largely in their favor, lias not only been recognized by hide pendent writers, but by the more conservative mid reasoning body of Democratic politicians With Democracy handicapped by start, in the natural prestige of a successful administration, it is a matter of controversial opinion as to which party has displayed greater tact and energy in improving its respective twsitiou. Partisan claims are often so exngcrated and prejudiced, so blind to real conditions and susceptive to groundless hopes, that they de lude and deceive their own supporters, and excites the ridicule and contempt of oppo nents. The value of a forecast rests in its ultimate truthfulness, and not in the deception it may create when made...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. , REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. for I'ri-fttili'iil, WILLIAM MeKINI.KY. Ynf Vlci-l'iv-lili'lil, "TKIlPY" lUMMUVKt.T. STATK. Kur OoviTiicir, JOHKI'll KMIUY. for l.li'iii)'iiMiit-Uiiviriiiir, K.t-'.AI.I.KN. Kor Hirrvlnry of Willi', W. I.. I'OltTKIH-'Ir'.l.l). Kur HImU' Tn-iiMirvr, W.H.KI.HMINU. Kur Atlillliir, W. T. IIUIKUAttM. Kur Attoriii'.v.llfiii'rnl. M. IMI'KAI.MIN. Kur Knllriuiil (iiiitnlliiinT, tM'.CIlnllHK.. CONC.lt ItSSIONAt.. Kur ,inirr-, II. II. I'AIIHll.SH. SKNATOKIAI.. Kor Hiiilf Hi'iiiiinr. M.T.t'llAMTAIN. COUNTY. It.'lirfwiiliiltvc. rir.l ll-trl-t, K. II. ItllOWN. t.'miiuy Juiluf, I'lr.l IHMrlit, IIKOIttIK W. IIINUIIAM. Hi'iri'i'iiliillvi'. Ktviuiil DUIrli'l. CAMK.IION UIIU dimly .lull Lie. Hviinil HMrlt-t. IIKNItY IIAI.IIAII. Cullifliir. IIKItllHItT WIIXUN. I'riiMriillim.Alloriii'y, TIIUMAK K. OTI.KY. HhiTlir, k. it. i:ii:a. TniiniiriT, l. I. MtlHIIKIilt. Axki'iixir. W. K. Kll.l.lnN. Hiirvi'ynr. W. II. Mil I.I.I NH. I'lilillc Ailmlnltlriitnr. K.ll. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HOIKl DAVIDSON AT MARSHALL p'lintllim'il Irinii MM hiii. vanccd position tn which it lias been c.irricd nt the lieliv.it of nil parties, nt the cot of Aiuerienti blood and treustire, slinll lie low ered; that our bugles, instead of sounding "tlie tidvance," shall sound "the retreat;" that eight millions of brown men liberated from Spanish tyranny by the valor of American soldiers and sailors, shall Ik abandoned to anarchy and hopeless dvspair. li asks that the solemn compact of the Paris treaty, made in the presence of civi.i.atiou, approved by the concensus of the I test judgment of mankind, ratified by the senate at the solicitation of Bryan and his friends, shall be re pudiated, and that free Ametica shall brand itself with the justly earned stigma should we accept the Dcmoctatic suggestion of re treat and lepudiation, as "incom petent" and "coward." The conditions that confront the Democratic party in this campaign, and the sad and tragic end fore shadowed t...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Educational Announcements. 1. October examination at my office in court house Oct. 13, 1900. 2. Kvcry teacher of the county must have a certificate if he teaches for even a day. Teachers cannot legally collect the public money for any time taught without a certifi cate in force for that time Sub stitute must have certificates. See Sec. 9,796, 1899 School Law. 3. Kvcry teacher holding a tttatc certificate, normal diploma or nor mal certificate, shall, Imfotc com nicucing to teach, notify the county superintendent of such fact. Sec Sec. 9,993, School Law. I have re ceived one notice. 4. Supt. Carriugton and I visited sixteen rural schools last week, nnd wc find patrons, directors and teachers anxious for the schools to lc graded to the course of study and improved 011 practical lines Supt. Carrington's vMt was very much appreciated and will le of great !cncfit to our county. He is very much interested in the im provements and the progress of the rural schools. TUN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Fifth Sunday Convention. The Fifth Sunday Convention of the Saline Association convenes with the Hcthel chnrch at Sharon, six miles east of Miami, on Friday, September 28th, lyoo, nnd wi'l continue three days, when the fol lowing interesting program will he given: ritlllAV MOItNINII, SKIT. 'J. ll::tn a. in. Devotional F.xcrclxe, Win. Vnrdeman. in n. in. The Holy Spirit: I. HI Porxonnllty. .1. W. NoiT: Ill- Oill clitl Work, W. II. Uyiiiu-ii. II a. in. -Church Discipline. W. M. Hell, C. P. Stort uml H. H. Foster. :.M p. in. Devotional Kxcivlxc. F. F. Shclloii. '2 p. in. Tint Sunday School: I, It Itt-lntlon to the C'hm-cli, Win. Vnrdc inaii anil A. i'. tSurnctt: 'J. Itx Organ lutlon, 15. II. F.ppard: .'I. Teacher!., In anil Out of the t'luxx, I. II. Dotxon and .laiiu-.. Itldcr; 5, Mnle. It- liu- HirtuiK'i It T. Hrlghtwell anil Mlx Fannie Taylor, ;t p. in. - Woman' Work In the Clnuvhen: I. A to Public Worship (what purl xho xlioiild cukc!r), Mr.-. .lohn IteynohU; -....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . THE BANQUET. County Clerks Mott Royally Elegantly Entertained. and On Thursday evening, Septem ber 26th, the Mistletoe Club rooms presented a gay scene being a memorable occasion in the history of Marshall. The event, characterized by so much elegance, good cheer and brotherly love, was the banquet tendered by the citizens of Marshall to the county clerks at the close of their convention, which was in ses sion Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week in this city, and was the crowning feature of this the second annual meeting of the association. There were present some 35 or 30 visiting clerks, some of whom were accompanied by their wives, making in nil 130 guests present. The entertainment is said to have leen one of the most pleasant and complete of anything ever given in Marshall, which means n good deal. R. L. Smith, in his usual easy, graceful manner, charmingly dispensed the hospitalities as coun ty county clerk, and the success of the convention was...

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. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. mas CREAM BAKING POVDQl Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes palatable and wholesome. PNIOI BAKING POWOIR OO., 'OHIOAOO, LOCAL IN BRIEF. IIiii;i;Ich at all prlcen ul Milliard V Soii'h. IIMt Haby Huiruy for Haiti at thl olllro for I..7I. 2Ut Muhurd'H liiicirle are the ImtrU'H that wear. .11 -It Cull up CoIIIiih Wall Puor Co. Phone r.4. :tl-tf W. K. Milliard V Soii'h In heudiiur tern for Iniifulei. IJMt Mai Sundlde, of Xelnou, was a vlnltor Suturduy. The Muhnrd'H " Colmnlilu " and "Jewell" iniKKleH. 3141 FrcHh oyntcm and plenty of 1)111 plcklen ul LooiiiIh'. 1 tit Dr. (J. A. Itlehurt, of Hluckhurn, wuh In our eity Friday. MIhh Sallle SnjjKrtt, of Hlaekliurn, wuh in our eity Saturday. Tom Home, of tho Hluckwuter New ft Note. Avoid bakliictwnvdcrsmadefroni nluni. They look like pure hiwiIlts, niul may raise the cakes, tmt ulu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Wanted Mutt with business ability. Dlc age and references. Address Manager Wholesale Dept. Ilayiird Hldg. Knnsa City, Mo. Mm. Helie McDanlcl anil daughter, Mary, will keep house thin winter In imi' hntf of the house occupied hy Miss Iottln Miles on Porter street Ituv. w. T. Mi'Cltiro returned Mon ti ny from Slater and left Tuesday for Kansas City where hp attended Con ference of the M. H. Church. South. Dr. Mario Morris wishes It under hUxmI that sho makes a specialty of all discuses ieculiar to women. Consul tatlon and examination free. .1l-4w Mm. J. T. I'hulan, of Wurilsvlllo, Mo., arrived In our oily laid week. Hlie wa enrouta to Shai'kelford, to visit her mother, Mr. John Kennedy. Mcdamc .1. W. (iooilwln, Minnie Harnett and sons, Hum and James, returntil to their home In Almn Sun iluy nflemoon ufUT a vUlt to Mrs. It. H. I.. .Smith. We undemtuud that Dev. .1. W. lllgntin, at one time Hector of Trinity Hplcopal church In this city, has re tired ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Boute. New through train to Portland nnd I'ujjot Sounil, "The lt)ir)lnjrtin-North-ern I'aolllu Kxprt'tH," u New Dally Thrniijrli Train from Knusn I'lly tuiil St. Joseph for Lincoln, Nnrthwent Nelir:ntn, HI nek IIIIN, Wyoming, Montana. Washington, Tucniiiii. Scuttle, 1'iitfct Sounil nml Portland, Oregon, via Hillings, Montana -the. short line and Unto mtver to the Up per Northwest. To Central Montana In hours: to thu Piicct Sound In TO hour from the Missouri Itlver. Through roadie nml chulr earn, tlit'ouuh tourist lecpcr, thionnh din Inir ear service nml Ktnmluril lecer. Till Is tin' main traveled road Mis joiirl Itlver to the Northwest. Nunilter 13, 'Kansas City nml St. Joseph to Nelirnxka. Denver, Color mlo. l.'ttih, 1'uellli! Coast nml the Northwest, via Option! also to the Northwest Montunu, Washington, Oregon, via Lincoln und lllllliitt. Weekly ( aliforula Kxcurr-Inn. Niuuher i'l, "Nelirukii('olorailo r..prcss," from Kansas City and St. Joseph- th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

M KSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL 19 HOSPITABLE. Rillim Comity Gitli.ius Praised by tlie County Olerks County clerk liruy reliirmd lYIduy from .Murshall. w Iki- In ha liecti at lending llic tulc couvcuMou if county clerk, hold hi tluil city mi the I M 1 1 1 , Huh anil L'Mili, inn) imiil In hi I nil Ic-. of our lstor city uml 1 1 it gen nine hospitality i iii' oltloiis. III III" lllllll"'.-- of WclcnlllC, Jllllge llllllllll, llf till SllllUCCOUIIty OOUI'l, II Mr. (!iu -titlitl In a 'iiiltul reporter, turned the key nl thcelty over to tin vlltlng clerks, uml from tliut wry i lent until tin- lut clerk had taken hi-. departure from t In city, the ct. yens or All i. 1 1 it 1 1 Improved every op . n t mi It - to contribute to tl mfort nml enjoyment of their tr ttt Mr. Cray huIiI every ili'titll was carefully arranged ami llic programme carried mil In Midi an elegant anil cordial iiimiiii'rtliiit tlii l-ltliiL'i'Ii'ik". wllh niic accord, declined ilit cltlcii of Marshall royal cntcttalncr of t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 0. 8. HA80R rOR I'LORY- A Democrat Foiititsrly. Oouv Out for the Republican Homlneo. Tho following nllldavlt from C. S. Nnmn, wIki has Ihh'ii antagonistic to the oandldacy of Hon. Joseph Flnry during the previous pait of tin cam paign, will explain his present posi tion relative to the next governor: "St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 12, IIMXI. I was employed as yard foreman by the W abash, St. Louis nml I'uellle on en glno!2lnOotnlor, I8:, nndwnnlho llmt inuti who wiiM handed the papers from tlie Kut St. Louis committee, culling upon us Wabash men to ask for Chi cago pay. If name wan not grunted Ity 12 o'clock, noon, that tluy, we were to strike. My hcliern a-kod what I wa going to do. I nnld: 'I ipilt nt noon.' "Mr. Hi-own. yurdmustcr, nskod me what I wan going to do after dinner. I mild: 'Have you heard whether wo got Chicago pay or not?' Ho answered: 'I have hoard nothing.' I then mild: 'There In your engine. ' "A few da later .loo Flory enuie from Moherly, and, as I s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IN THE COUNTY. SALT SPRINGS. Mr Hnrry Iladcr In nliln to lc around niraln. .Iiik. Welch returned Tuesday from South Dakota. i:lo Suthrrlln. of M V C, eiit Hiuiiltiy til homo with her parent. The Mosr Schcpcr entertained u largo number of their friend ut 11 dance Wednesday eve. John Itrown, of Idnun, Kansas, left fur hi lit home Mnniliiy after hhii il -I nir it few day hero visiting rolutlvo. Mr. I.oul (illkcrson returned to lii'r homo In wiirronshii'g on Tuesday after ii two week vllt with her pUr l'tlt. .1 W lllitlr. .1 II (Snlloway, .lohn, Fei j.Mii iiml Hurry Orr. iittemleil poll Ileal peuklug ut Malta lleml In-t Friday night. Mr. anil inn, I X l'.lscu, Mr. and Mr. F It Klson. Mr. iiml Men. K II Fiilkorou and daughter Amy, attend eil the Hnptlst Assoolat.ou lii .lack Min County this week. .1 II Calloway left Monday for Mm tisouvHlc. III., where he will PH'inl a few day visiting IiIm brother. Minx .Iciiulc Galloway who hit heen ioiid lug a few week at the same...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. . LOCAL IN BRIEF II. IT. Parsons went to Sweet sprlnjrs Mitmlny. M. K. Farmer made a business trip til Calhoun this week. W. I), .laekmiin ntiil wlfespcnt Sun day with friend It) (Milium. Mr. Mary Da"! left Monday for n vllt to relative at Kansas I'lty. Mri. C. M. Spencer left Monthly for a visit to relative ut Kausii City. lien I.oweusteln left Tuesday for i'opeka. Kansas on a business trip. Tliere are It's studcuds enrolletl nl Missouri Valley College us we io to pre. Mr. lieoive Miirrell eame np 'I'm ilay from (illllam where lie spent ev eral tla.Vf. Collector .1. C. McAtuI Kpent the tiny Tuesday looking after hi fat in. near Slater. Ml Mary Hani, of eonnty, 1 the lucst of Mis Mamie Maon on South l.afn.velte Street. Mr-. I .ut'U tt Cooper anil tlaunhtcr. Miss Kthel. of Malta Hcnd. wcicdown shopping Tuc-duy. Miss Willie Hume", of the enmity, wa the juet Tucduy of Mr. Win. I 'ate on North street. Ml Mantle Ahhott. the trtict of Mr. (. A. Wright, left Tuesday fo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF llaby Mutiny for hiiIu at this nlllco for l.fiO. 24-tf Dr. M. A. Itrnwn left Tuesday for Si. Louis. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. John Allans, Sept. 20th, II Mill. Wllttiun Si-ntci, of Nnplon, Is quite nick with typhoid fever. Mrs. Holler Is reported very sick at Iter home mi Lafayette St, Cm to Khrumtin's (or your white harness for the street fair. 31-40 S'iro rnrds for diipllontn whist for sale ul the ItCPt'Ht.tOAN unlets Minn I'.ttu Chusluln Irft Wednesday for a vlnlt to relatives tit Fayette. Now Turkish lliilli Tub, 1.00; never until. For mile ut Ihln office. 24tf Ola Grodno senv Tuesday after noon iiiul night with relatives In Won nor. Mr. .1. I). Smelling, "of Mlninl. Ih visiting Mrs. I). C. Ilolon on North odell. MIhh Llzxlo Wine, of I lie county, bun returned from hii extended vlnlt In Kentucky. Simpson - Knlirlit, Lawyers, office over Hunk of Saline, solicit ti nhuro of your business. 3.1-tf circuit clerk, A. It. Iloy wan quite Hick ncvorul tluyn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 28 September 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The New York Store Every one of our departments is arranging itself for a big fail business. Such a well select ed lot of stylish, up-to-date goods has never been shown here before. Wear one of our Young Hats t a $ 9 t t a $ 9 $ 9 $ 9 9 9 0 9 9 0 9 9 9 9 9 t i t 9 9 t t t 9 9 g We have a complete line and we guarantee to fit and please you. All of j our garments are bought in New York and only from houses which are well known for the high quality of their work. Get your suit before our line is picked over. We have just opened a new line of walking skirts. They are leaders in style. Our Stock of Dress Goods Is hard .to describe on paper. We have all the newest weaves and Color ings. Our line contains all the new shades in Pebble cloths, Camels hair, Cheviots. Whipcords. Homespuns, Pop lins, Basket weaves, Venetians, Granite, etc. Everything new and fashionable is represented in our stock. Ladies do you want a Stylish Man Tailored Suit? Ladies' Jackets Our line is...

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