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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Go to Wrltfhf- for your -hoe. Duvld Mcrrlwethcr nicnt Sntuluy In Kiiiihiih City. See tho-c kill tflovc- lit Wright's lit'iori' bu, liit'. Will Lneh spoke nl Sttwl Spring Sut'irduy night. Cupl. WIIon mill Tip l-uucn made tin- trip to tin- I'liimiclc .Monday on u fox limit. Mi-. It. t Gmt leli Moiuliiy for 11 vl-lt to her dmii:htcr. Mr.". Itlppcy nl Kiiu-ti- t'lty. II. It. Mowry. night mini lit tin Al ton depot, wlin bus Ih-cii quite sick. N ConVlllcrCltlg. liny your fur dress trimming- nl Wright'- when' you will have n vari ety to select (mm. It K. V. Gurnet. o( Pueblo, t'ol., wn tlic guest Wcdne-day ol .1. I., wood bridge anil (mully. .loliu Harrison, ol lllnckburn. wiih tin guest ol hi- uiotlii'r. Mr-, I'minlo Hurr'-nii Tin-ilny. i;. A. Wrluht. niter n live-week tn le wltli typliolil fever, I- now ublc to Ih' iiliout III room. T. II. Ilurvey mill M. V. Lon- were met with u ffowili'il hoiii' at Shelby hoot on Saturday night. In Iduek drc- goods, ...

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. — 2 November 1900

ft ft ft ft i 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 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 ft ft ft ft ft ft MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. IkPSL ML ' I I MEN'S OVERCOATS. I i i l. ill i ii i I . 1 T 'I'll I U 1 fad Y MEN'S SUITS. 1 1 nve you your new .suit? You haven't! Well, before you et it be sure ami see those Dallimorc Tailor Made re.uly to war clothe1 we nie showing. Positively the best line for the money shown anywhere. lfroiii $io to $22 50 nuil everyone eoiteci in Fashion noil Fabric. LADIES' SUITS. Here is a t cx celled by none out side of the hirne cities We have very styl ish lines nt very low pi ices We will make 11 suit fit you mid please you in every way or it is no sate... The First of November yott know is 1 lit; very threshold of whitisr. Clothes for Winter Wcath cr Wear ant now in order. Wo arts ready in every way to (it you out. Men's and Ladies' Suits, Ladies' Jackets. Dross ...

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. — 2 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HEAD-END COLLISION. Stock and Lonl Freights on C & A. Collide No- Mauhall, Killing Engineer Benson and Re suiting in a Disas trous Wreck. At 7:40 Wednesday morning, nn extra stock train carrying several cars of cattle belonging to R. 11 Wright ml sheep nwnetl ly Henry Hlosser, passed through Marshall hntinil lor Chicago. The train was running at a high tate ' speed and had just descended the grade north of Marshall, wheii the local freight was observed upon the track ahead, coming in the opposite direction. A collision was inevitable; the crews of both trains observing the iinniineiit dun kit about the same time, applied themselves toputtiiiK on the btakes and leversing thceii Kims lloth engineer and fireman upon the extra jumped for their lives, when tptite n distance (torn the point of collision, and the fireman upon the west-bound local r.ho saved his life by leaving the clique when only about 20 yards from the place the trains met. bor Login eer Andy Hen...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL- REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 9, 1900. NO. 40. MCKINLEY VOTE. 284. Republican National Ticket Sweeps the Country, Car' rying All the Doubt' ful States. MCKINLEY INDORSED. Eastern Losses Mare Than Clftct by Western Gains. Indiana and West Vir ginia Double Their Majorities. Tin1 fun easts iiilcicil liv Mini ley mill I'iijiic prior tn clietluti htue Umi Viillleil In the day's results. It eaniint Imm'iiIIiiI Ii tlitin ii lninllnle. a- in liny ri titi'r. Hint wi n- fiir I li.vit In '1MI Iff t tin-It IhiiiniTiitle ttKMirlnj'H, to Hut' themselves nlnliKshle New Vim k. ulihi. IiiiIIuiiii mill Illi nois. Only till' Sillllll M'lllllllli'il Inyill to Dl'llllll'l Hi', , III. till" j-1 1 -VIM' stlitl" lit till' Vl't U'IIVI''I till Will llllttli' UI'lilllllls, till III" puhllenns nil ry luu t'tiili anil V iiiiiIiik mill ti iiiiiiilii).' tlx ma-jiiiltlc- tit I 'iiliinulii, Neunla mill lllllllll t" r-1 II It 1 1 lll.MII' -. till' llltllT Ix'llIC l't llll...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Knterod nt the l'ostolllce In Marshall, Mo.. as stx-ontl-cla mutter. TKUMS: 91.00 ti:il YKAU IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSMAM., MISSOURI, NOV. 9, 1900. MCKINLEY'S RE-ELECTION. The popular ami electoral majorities which hnve lecn accorded William MrKinley, both in '96 and 1000, are phenomenal. No prcsi .dent since Lincoln has been accorded such tniijoritics for .successive terms. The Amcri can people have twice spoken, first showing their confidence in our great lerder by en trusting him with the affairs of the nation, and upon this latter occasion, demonstrating their approval and support of his administration. To the president, in whose statesmanship and patriotism the people have renewed their vote of confidence, whose administration gave sta bility to business conditions and ushered in prosp'rity, successfully prosecuted one foreign war and opened up the markets of the Kast to our products, both manufactured and agricul tural, it is but fitting ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

.MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. M'KINLEY HEARS THE RETURNS Receives the Bulletin! at Canton with Much Satisfaction. Kxccutive Mansion, Canton, O., November 6 The President in person rend nloud .some of tlie re turns, hut refrained from making nny comment whatever on the re sult, and accepted with unruffled composure the favornble rcjtorls which ltcgati Income in nt nu early hotir. Secretary Cortelyou rend 'most of the disnatehcs.'vome of the more cheering aiinotim-emeuis he ing heartily applaudul by the guests. Mnt of the earl.' advices were fragmentary and inconclusive, hut the strong indications that Nnv York and probably Illinois had Ktie for McKitdey were received with great satisfaction. At y o'clock the President receiv ed a disp.itcu from no enthusiastic individual Muting that New York and Illinois earned the day for Mo Kinley and that he was ic-eleeted The responsible leaders mnde no eatly claims, however, although their dispatches lu'd of gains at many Ntints and breathed the spirit ...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. RETURNS OF GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1900, SALINE COUNTY, Candidates. PoTl'rvlilent: xwi.liuu.l.llryan William JlcKinley ........ For I Inventor! Alexander M.lookcry .iu'lli Flory , For Lieutenant I ii ivernor : John A. tjpt F.theltiert Allen For secretary of Matei fam it. Cook ,. Walter I. IVuterlliM for Mntr Auilllor; Allien 11. Alli'fl illiiini f. IIIovimuiii . . . rorMateTreaiutvr. UniM-rt I', wiilltinis William . Fleiuiint For Altorncy-tieiicmii Kilwiinl c. I'm . . s.nmiel F. o'Fallon For llullmail mnt WiirehoiiM' t'onisnlMloiit'r! Jimerili V llerrlnutim Charles C.Croiue For Juitueot supreme court .Inine llrltlnn limit! Niiilonl II. IjkM Knr.liiiluc Khih.ik city court or AihiiI! F.lhrluKe .1. Ilnmililiu . North T.ticntry for llriirmfittittlvv in Cointreau .lame Cooney I lurry II IMrsoiu . . For state ienator l.rnt Ii. Martin . . .. M.T. Uhattalu Tor Heiiresentativt Firm Hliirli't: Matt. w. nail . .. K. II. Ilnmn tor lteireentntlve seoonil IHntrlrt: llni...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. HOW NEW YORKERS VOTED. John D. Rockfeller and Senator Dc pew Were at the Polls Early. Now York, Nov. 6. Tin- Sixth Ktcelioii District of the Twenty ninth Assembly Distiictof Manhat tan contnins the homes of iiimiv of New Yolk's eiti.ens who tire notalite in the world of fitifince. This is how many of thou voted: A few minutes before o a. m. a man, quictlv, almost sliahhily, dressed, entered the place, accom panied liy a Imjv isli-looli iti coin p illion. He took his place in the line and when he got in front of the railing which divided the eke tion clirks fium those in front ol the sloie, he :tid, in response to the usual query us to his name: "John I) Rock feller." When it came to the tunne ol the young mail, he said: "John I). Rock f.llcr, Jr." A few minutes after he had left Chniiucey M. Depew and Clmunccv M. Dcpew, Jr . lin k their place- in line It was the fnt time young Di piW had ever voted, and while thev wete waiting in the line the senate. t txplaincd...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Caroline A. Taylor. Mrs Cnrolint A. Taylor, widow of lite late George W. Tax lor, died at the home of her sstcr, Mis. William Tilti.u in Philadelphia, on Oct. 20th, njoo. after an illness of y days of throat trouble. Her condition wan never consid ered serious, either by family or physician and the niorninu of her death her physician had pronoune ed her vety tmich better. Sh rtlx after she complained of being very warm and when her sister examin ed her, found she was cold as de th and died in a U v minutes She had been a widow many years and her life had been a bless ing to tn .my, especially 10 the large citcle of relatives. Her semi an nttal visits to the f.imily of O. Honx in this city, had been one ol the most enjoyable events and had ever been lonk.d forwatd to with pleasure fiom the oldest to the youngest. Kspecially sail is her (Until at this season, when the large circle of relatives cast and west were each year the recipients of her loving gifts. Mrs. T...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Entertained at Cards. Miss Otissic Kdinnnds was the ngiccahle hostess to n limited num ber (if young people, one evening recently nt her plea-ant home m.xl ,,, xu.rc nppoinud. I Miami. The little informal was The follovviii); petsons were jires- Ki veil in honor of Miss.s r,ertrtide'elt sol)lu ()f wIom WCK. b.vited t...i.i.. i . I Itrown, Dean Robertson mid Annie' Hawkins of this city. Dancing mid cards were the amusements for the evening that was much enjoy ed. Light relieshuieiils wercscrv- ed. 'there was present in addition to tho-e alreadv nmmd, Misses nnnie nurgess. i.ouise ami i.v:i i Miller and Messrs R. Cnsebolt, Raymond IMmomls, S, Ktirrus mid Mr Huglish. Gladys Fnltz Entertains. A glad mid happy day was spent on Saliudav hv 16 little misses, who hud been iiivihd by Miss Ol.idys Full., tm elebr. teller olh biilhdav. The uuesis we.e invitid from 1 1 a. il,,,uk- Th" k'mK r '"r ,,,L ''""'" til. lo. 1 in ll.eal .111..0.1 We nreW!,,i Mif ""''.' " safe in sav...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MM LAW, KE-lUKlV) Senator Wokott's Drfrat in Colo rndo Generally Conced-d. CUHKJUYIIKKKTCRXKDTOSEXATK Ili'i.nU t'lynli llcl'li'ilril to OkUlinlii-t-tltiii-rtitirtili of Mliitti.itt4 'ttt ltl Hi ymi Uli 'iiir t'lHlinril in Ii mi Hi imiiiK iiii I'inhis in Hhiii. t'hlflipo. Nov. Ilt'tlll'lls rri'flli'il fiiini I he -lnlf lit In I pi' ilurlnp ,t tfiila fifiiiup tin mil lualf rliilly I'liiilipf I In1 miIi'iiI i'iiiiili'lnn of llic ni'M ntnlo Irpisluiuif, 'I'ln' proli llllllll, I- llllll I III- IfpllhllfllliS will Iiiivi' n majority of iilionl on Joint j llllllol. V 1 1 1 1 1 llll'tllls II riMllilli'llll Mir- ci'fni' to S'lintiir Cullotii. Ii Is Im nillilf ni this tluif to Kii llpuifs Willi sll'imp ll-Mll'lllli I lli'flir.iry. Imt I In- next Illinois I I in Willi 1...1.1. i i..... ...ii...... i ii .111 mi , nr iiitiiiii H iiniii. i n iii". rrpuhliriiiis .ii: ilt'inofiiitr. IT. Hoon. ii'iiilillcnn ili'inoi'i'iiio Tl Tin' ilfiuiiriuls llfinv tlinl with lull ' sllphl pnl...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. CLAIMS BY BABCOCK. Statement by Chairman of Repub lican Congressional Committee. TUB OPINION OF LOUDENS FACKR. Nrrrrtnrr Krrr, nt I tin lliiiiirlat r fun. tfr limxl I'iiiiiii, lltr, lll.r..r III 0iliilm-l'.iti,r Mt Alt Hnili-y Una :iilM I I wl t. !. lildif-ii. Nnv. s..- At leu n'flocli last illlll ( iii:n-iiinii Joseph V. Il.'ili I'ticli, chilli limn nf llic If piilillriili vim fjisslnnnl I'liinniil Iit, Issiinl I lie fill InwIiiK mIiiU'IWIiI : "Tin' ih'liinfinls 1 itt t lci liil hoIIiI I'liiiri'xxloiinl ilclc fill Inns In the following stntfs, ..t Alnlimnii, A I'Un iim:i. Culiiriiilii, I'lni-hli,, ti'rnifjii, I.iiiiIhIiiiiii, MIhhIku1iI. .Mini Iiiiiii, .Vwiiin. Soul li Carolliin. Ti'Mi mill Virginia ii.'i.'ii (r'illii)-' ini'iiilii'o. Till le,illlllif!llis llllf I'lfl'tl-ll Mllill Illicit ssif lllll ilf ll'-lll lulls III till' flll lllW lll kIii If. .: ( nllfninlii. ('nil niftleill, Dflnwart-. Iiliilm. Inwn. Knit sin M ii 1 1 if. M my In ml. .llclil(.iiii. M t ...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route- ! New tlirniijrli train- to I'oillnml iiml Pim't Sntnitl, "TIio Hurlhiytoii'Niiftli-' i I'ncllic I'Api v." a New Dally Tlnoiiili 'IViiIii from Kim-n- C It.v ami St. .lorph fur l.liiftitn, NorthM-l Ncliru-kn. Itliii'l; Mill-. Wyoming. Mlllltnilll. Wll-lllniltOII. Tlll'Ollltl. Sfntllf. Piiu'cl SiiiiiiiI iiml I'oitlniul. t iri'iron. vln Ullllm.'-. Montana tint -hurt llii" iiml llnif -iivit ! tin l'p 'V Novlliwft. 'I'm "cut fill Montana In n Imiii': to tin I'nu'i't Smiiiil In Til hour- from tin- MIoiirl lUvrr. ThroilS.ll fitai'lif- mid cllllll' nit-, tlii'iintrli louil-t U'i'M'if. tlnoiitfh 1 1 1 1 Inir 'iir wi' ! ami ftiiniluril -Iff ht. Thi- l tin- iniiln truvt'lcil mini Ml--ourl I SI Ik llii' Nnrlliwi'-t. NiiiiiIht I.'i, Kiiii-ii- City mill St. .lo-rpli lo Nflirn-ku. llfiivtT, Color iiiln. I'tnli. t'nt'itli' Coti-l mill tin' Nmtliui'M. vln H-ilcn: ulni to tin Northt-l MiMitmin. Wii-lilimliiii. iivi:oii. vln l.ti In iiml Milling-. Wt-tkly nliforn...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftttttttftftttttttftftftftftftftftftttttttft&ttttttftftftftftftftftftftftfttttttt ft ft 8 ft Mi OUT SALE OF SHORT HORN CATTLE Tin; Property of N. K. Talhott, at Marshall, Mo. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 54 HEAD CHOICELY BRED SHORT HORNS of Hid Yoi in,' Mary, Kose Mary, Phyllis. Whito Kose. Ililpa Duchess and other noted families. Tito pro diii'ii are tin) get of tlio r: Ihikeof Airdrio, Kirklev- illgtoll ('(llllll, (till! Bales' hull), and olliiir noliid nlren iST'Send for Catalog us. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1900, Tin; halt) will ho held undiir cover at .1. W. Kohcrtson & Co.'s Uv ory Main. Comfortahle seats will ho provided. Marshall is on tlio C. Sz A. and Missouri Pacific railroads, nighty-four miles cast of Kansas City. TERMS OF SALE Six months time will ho given, purchaser giving satisfactory note, 1euriiig 8 per cent interest. Par ties from a distance will please hring reference to save trouhle. Sale will commence at one o'clock p. m....

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mill-- V Steele, urocers. It California (rnlt at Mile V Steele'-. Try l.ooiiil-'linnicinndeeiimly. (.'W Im Tin new ).'ilt Iteltlnir ni tin New Yoik Stoic. It I'. II. Ili'iiint'i', of Hliii-khuni. was ii vl-ltor Monday. Tin' New York Sum-' ha- tin popii. 111 I ftrtllulit'frollt cor-et. It I'. II. I.cu left Monday fur Knn-ll City inn) other point- wcl. Mr-. Dolly I taker, of Mt. b'ontiril. wa. it vlltot' here .Mniiiliiy. (!. II. Alieel I- lepoited -crloU-ly III lit III- lioine on Yerliy Ml cel. Ilr. T. II. Iliill mill wife were uuc-t-of iclllllvcs In ourelty Sutur liiy. Horn, to Mr. anil Mrs. .. .1. Sinltli. o( Clclcher. Sllliilll.v. Novcinlicr till, II on. Ml THIle I'lnk ii tiirneil Saturday lioin ii jit.'ii-uni vl-lt to frletnl. In St. I.OIll-. Will Hancock, of Itlaeklnirii. vl-It-eil hi--1-tcr. Mr-. .1. W. paik- tlil Week. Ml t 1 1 i l'l'llliel-eo, of the Mt. Leonard -ehool wii- In Miir-luill Sat uriluj . Ml.. .1. IWcher. of t'lilllleotlie. (.. I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Telephone No. II, Mllex.V Steele. lit Mllex .V 111-It (looil tiling to ent Sll-clc'x. MUx Fannie (.'ordcll enuie down from Hluckhuru mill xent Sunday with Mlxx Miildle MontUKiie. Horn, to Mr. mid Mrx. F.dwnrd Ha ker ut their homo northwcxt of the city eltj on Novemliec Int. 11 noil. Cnpt. F. I. lirituiuiirli, of Ht. Lou In, live xtoek iitient for tlx Wuhuxh Hull rond. wux In thlx city Frldny. It. I). lllekH eanw In Friday from Southwext Mixxourl iitid left Wednex duy for unother huslneux trip. Hurry (illpln Iiiih jjlven up liU pnxl ton with the ('. .V A. ut Sinter mid cnmchomc Suturduy afternoon. MrM. Fred lloxx, who ha Ihtii very III ut her home, on Odcll iivemie, lx dolutf very nicely ut thlx writing. .1. II. HIukIiih and fmnlly linve moved to thlx elty from Mullii (tend uiid ill II vlni: on Wept Ito.wl -licet. Tlx- I'. I. K. Club attended the hull U'anie In u Itody Mondny and mude u purl of u mnxl cnthiixluxlli! uiidlenee, Thoxe rendy-to-wenr ...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. TO LI . A Cross Clerk I.i n rarity, I-'or the most part the young woman behind tin? counter i smiling and obliging, though her luck hnrt, her side pain, or her head throbs distract ingly. The womler I, not tliat u clerk is sometime: Irritabte, hut that the to rarclv show Ir ritation, when ev ery nerve I pilv e r I n a n ti (1 the handy know it how 1. to holtl Her ne.ul Up. The nervous condition, head ache ami weak, lie, which are the result of Irreg ularity or n H. enM.il condition of the womanly or. e;iin, can Ik- en tirely cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's I'avorite Precri) tioti. It regulate the function, flop enfeebling drams, strength en the nervous system and Jin -mote the general health of the en tire body. Sick women tire invited to consult Dr. Tierce by let ter, free of eh'irire. All eorresiionileitcc private. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, HiifT.iIo. X. V. "llnvliiK iim-iI ttr hvtn.-' I'niorltr Prescrip tion ntnl 'Onlilrti Meill.-nl HLfmrry' limine tilt- tu-...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KHTAIII.IMIIKII wn. DoiiM, wait until l)(!ciin!)(!r to linvo your ClirlwtmnH photographs math; 0, L HUTCHINGS Wo aro lmwy now Photographer, and will Ih) ImVior III lIM4MlllMtr pi,.-, me - - rnonc Nnniiwit CitnuT Hiiunn LOCAL IN BRIEF llcntitlful Chluawarc nl Mlicx V Steele. Hi-It ('. M. M tit tilt, of Tipton, wax the next of friend In thlx city Friday. Co to NI.'C .V Ulltlcr fur thecholirxt Cllt III llCff. At IIIM-t'lt llOII-C IIU'lll market. 'M 1 1 1 1 I m no Myrr. of Miami, ha returned home after a -1 - It tn hi -mi. N. MeMyerx, mill family on lliuhlund. Ml Mary K. Mlmr will leave xomc time In tin1 near future for 11 vlxlt to Mrx. .lame Montgomery In Hallux. Tcxa. Ml Avu Sl-t'l who tcachcx l.atlu llllll tilvck III till Sllltcrxchoolx, xpCllt Saturday ami Sunday ill her home In thU city. K. P. Wither, of Fulrvlllc, wan In thlx city I'Vliluy on hi icturii from St. I.iiiiU. where In1 lioiit'lit a car-load Of feeder, Mlx-cx llcillc mill Mary lwix, both of whom an-...

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. — 9 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. W Iff Ifr w Ww Iff WW W WWr W WW XTF Iff WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW THE NEW YORK STORE The greatest question of the nation has been decided. Everything has quieted down and now your mind can lind time to consider your personal needs. The approaching wintry days will demand that you don heavy clothes; we have them for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Kvcryone knows that we carry good goods. Price what we have, then price what others have and then you will be satisfied to buy here. We will please you at any cost. Men's Overcoats. Our stock never was so large ns it is now. We have nil the new tilings in Oxford dreys, Pebbles in nil of the new styles. They, like our suits, are the Haltimore Tailor Made Oui incuts, cm reel in every detail. The prices on some of them will sin prise yon. At Sio. Si2..s mid Si.S. we have lines on whhh you can save as much as S.v Just look at the I'Nters we offer nt Jioj...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 16. 1900. NO. 41. DIES FROM INJURIES Received in a Runaway Accident Near Blackburn Monday. DEE L. PAISLEY WELL KNOWN HERE. Children of the Deceased Left Orphans Sn the Loss of the Father. Funeral Service Thursday. Dee I.. Paisley, well known throughout Sa line comity, having served ;ixii traveling sales limn for different inn. series for ninny yearn, died at the City Motet in Blackburn at iosjo Ttie.Mlay evening, 11s a tcMilt of" injuries re ceived in a itiiiawiiy Monday afternoon, from which he did not regain consciousness at any lime Concerning the iiattue ol the accident in which lie met the injuries that ended his life, little is known as no eye witnesses wete there to tell the story. Ahout y.,o Moudav afternoon, he was found by a passing farmer lying in the road, two miles north of Blackburn, 111 an uncoil scions condition. His right leg was broken in three places, the hones protruding through the flesh, ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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