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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Faltered lit thv I'ostnlllee In Marshall. M i., as xeennit-ela mutter. TKit.MS: tl.oi I'KU YKAIt IN ADVANCE PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. .MARSHALL, MIS.SOt'KI, NOV. if), looo. UNJUST AND UNEQUAL REPRESENTATION A few Democratic paers have begun to fhinv over the proposed changes in l he basis of representation (or the lower house of con gress, which would also affect the' Klceloral Collide. As there is little hope of imy such legislation, which would require first, n two thitds vote in congress nttd then ndoptiou hy two-thirds of the fulled State::, being no amendment to the constitution, agitation of the question is hardly necessity, and ci Mainly not at this time. If, however, Southern states continue their wholesale disfranchisement of voters entitled to the privilege under the 15th amendment, the only remedy Ity which the countiy may protect itself from these acts of individual states, will he ill according to each state only that lepreseut...

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. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. "PRIVATE " JOHN ALLEN. The Mtaiuippi Wit Quits Congress. Hit Latest Joke. Washington, 1). C, Nov. 10. When the roster of the new con Kress is mnrie tip the name of J oh.) Allen, of Mississippi, will he miss ing. After eighteen years of ser vice, he has decided to retire to private life. DutiiiK till the years that he has been in the house of representa tives, Allen has Ih.ch recognized us the wit of thelMKly. tlis influence upon legislation has been small, for the reason, us he says himself, that he established early in his career a reputation as a humorist. From that time on no one would take him seriously, and, as a conse quence, he earnestly at vises all young met who enter politics to avoid posing ns wits. Allen tells many funny stories nltout himself. One of his (tinniest cxcriciice, he says, hapeited at the Ponce de I.eon Hotel in Ilor ida. Ten years ago he visited this famous resort, and, after register ing, was shown to a suite of looms on the parlor flo...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Warrants Ordered Issued for Judges and Clerks of Election-Missouri Road Cases Smallpox Ordered Quarantined in Clay. November 5th, court met in reg ular session, with Judges Stotiffer, KitiK nnd Hanua, Clerk K. H. L Smith mid Sheriff Joseph Wilson present. Petition of John Herring et nl for public ro.nl brought up. Re port of commissioner rend nnd matter postttoncd to Nov. 8th. Smtie I'. Crawford adjudged in sane nnd sent to nsylitm at Fulton as a county patient. Petition read asking for apoint meut of K.rn P. Hill as justice of the eaee, Cambridge township, which is duly made by the court for term expiring in 1002. Assessment on Duggius & Nnu erth Tile !;actory, Slater, reduced to so per cent of the taxes levied for years '05. '. '97 and 'yS. Petition of C. B. Kibbcr et nl for public io.id read and commissioner ordered to view, survey and mark out said road and make report at next regular term. Petition of S. I.. Vokely et nl for change of publ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Reception on Em Arrow. A most attractive event In .society , .. . , , WAS tltf hrillinnt rpi-nntinti ait-xii mi Thursday by Mrs. W. H. Fletcher' and daughter, Miss Georgian, com- plimeulary to their guests and rel'- atives, Mrs. Susie Kwin Harris and Miss Wina Kwin of Fairville, Tennessee. The hours, from 2 to 5 in the iifttrnonti, included the married friends while from y to 12 in the evening, whs given to the belUs nnil beaux of Marshall society, the unmarried members of the Shu Soiioi club and the husbands of the receiving Indies. The rooms of this pretty home were not decorated but ut flow ers were used throughout with fine effect The reception hall was pro fusely trimmed with southern snii lax, palms and ferns. The long balustrade was gracefully wound with greenery, that entirely eon- cealed its identity nud was alto gether a pretty piece of work. An esptcially pleasing feature of ... . uie anemooi. was ine music irom several large nui.sic boxes stationed I...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ANOTHER HEREFORD SALE Isaac L Terrell. Combination Sale, Including Offer' ings from Five Missouri Herds, L. B. Chappell's One of the Number. Kansis City on November 21st nixl 22(1 will witness n combination Hereford sale that will no donlit rival tlint of a few weeks ago The offerings represent five of the best herds of Missouri, those of Logan II. Chnppell, Mt. Leonard; N. W. Leonard, Fayette; C. Smith, Fayette; F. C S.iwyer, Lexington, and Walter It. Wnddell, I.exing ton Thirty hulls and eighty cows and heifers, making a total of no head, will he sold, and that they will show themselves to Ik. of the liest Mood and sleekest appearance of this popular breed of catth', is as sured from the fact that they are taken from the herds above men tioned. Mr. L. R, Chappell's draft con sists of ten hulls and 15 cows and heifers taken from his herd nt Mt. Leonard. His herd dates back to 1.X05 and his foundation cows wete by Karl of Shadclnnd 23d. a sou of the nott d ('.ai...

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. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. -ri it i I i tic muuaay viud The Shakespeare class of the Monday club held its third regular meeting at the Mistletoe Hall Mon day morning from 10 to 11:30 a. in. After the roll call, rending and adopting of minutes, the fol lowing Henry VIII program was gone through with to the pleasure and delight of all present. ling laud in the Sixteenth Century, a paper hy Miss Annie Booth. Sour ces of the play, a paper hy Mrs. J. V. Carter. Story of the play told by Miss May Itraudou. Chc-".ctcr .studies of Kntherine, Cardinal Wol see, Buckingham, hy Miss Mercy White, Mr U. A. Mcllride and Miss Harriet Laurie, were all thoughtfully prepared and a genu ine treat to the members of the class and visitors present. (icneral discussion, "Is Wordly ambition inconsistent with Spiritual Growth," brought fourth prolong ed and animated debate. The chair had to remind the ladies the dinner hour was approaching and that Mrs. lintel was present, who would given talk on Circulating Libra...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ft.rn.kk k k mkkiW nil i 1 P MADE BY THE MANSs SHOE MT'g.cq SHOES AND LOCAL IN BRIEF. Try l.ooinl-'hoinciniidccuutly. CI lui Kli'mit m -xr 1 ii trnndn lit Mitchell'-. It Sec tlilit lut titl nit hull nilrrur lit Mitchell'-. It Ira llnl-n-ln made t trip to luun-villi- Siiturtln.v. M lr- .lll-c A 1 It'll I- vl-ltlnC relatives III lllllcpCUllcllCC. uy-ter-n Ivcd direct from Haiti- 1 1 1 1 1 1 'i lit l.nuinls'. ;W lin II. II. Duwuini: left for Oklahoma Mondti, iiinriilnr. I Mr-. Fuiuile True vllied friend- In' (iilliiini Saturday. Sullil -liver -poon- In Ipiiiitlful put-: tern- ut Mitchell'.. It I C. K. Hiii nett. (if I. Illlf Itock. wu- I in mil' I'hy ''riiliiy. ' f apt. Suthrrlln. of Arrow Itock, wa I In our i'Iiv MoinluN Father IIouiiii. ol Shackelford. wu in our clt Siitiinliiy. I'lill Tucker, ol Slater, wu- ii vl-ltor in till- i'lly till- week. .1. I., liohfitx I- in l,ilimton ut- BCL CLOTHING. ti'iiilln' iM'liiiliiiil court. Itiifu- llolluwuy If. -pcmUm.' the w...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft r ; 8 s g CLOSING OUT SALE Of SHORT HORN CATTLE ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 3 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 1 Tim Property of N. K. Talbolt, nt Marshall, Mo. 54 HEAD CHOICELY BRED ft ft ft ft SHORT HORNS of the Young Mary, Rose Mary, Phyllis, White Rose. IHlpa Duchess mid other noted families. The pro (luce are the get of the fi.'lrt Duke of Airdrio, Kirklev ington Count, (the Hates' hull), and other noted siren MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1900. The hale will ho held under cover at .1. V. Robertson fc Co.'s Liv- ,1 , ery Hum. Comfortable seats will !j be provided. Marshall is on tins . ! (J. As A. and Missouri Pacific ! f i railroads, eighty-four miles east jj TERMSOF SALE Six mouths time will 1e given, purchaser giving satisfactory note, learing S per cent interest. Par ties from a distance will please bring reference to save trouble. Hale will commence at one o'clock p. m. 8 ft ;"'Send for Catalogue, jj of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route New through trains to Portland ntnl Paget Sound, "The Hurllngton-North-ern PaciHe Kxpre," a New Dolly Through Truln front Kunsim CUty mid St. Joeph for Lincoln, Northwont Nebraska. Mack Hill. Wyoming, M tut nun. Washington, Tiiromii. Seattle. Paget Sound mill I'ortlund, Oregon, vlu Hilling. Montana -the xhort lltn mid time xiivcr to the Up per Northwcxt. To Central Moiitutiu In III hour: to the I Nigel Sound In TO hour from the Mlxxonrl Ulver. Through ronrhc mid rhtilr ear, llo-oiigh tourlt xlcecr. through din ing eur xcrvlce mill xtitndmd lecperx. Thl l the miiln truveled roml Mli koiii'I I liver to the Northwext. Nunilcr IS. Knnni City mid St. .locph to Nrhraxkii. Denver. Color lido. I'tiih, Pucltlc I'onxt h ml the Northwext, vlu (igden: ulo to the Northwrl Montunii. Washington. Oregon, vlu l.lueolu mid Hilling. Weekly ( iiliforulu F.xcurlon. Numhcr "Ncbruka-olorado F.xpre," from Kiui-iih City mid St. .lo-eiili the latct night truln for Ne bra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. lloini Folks. llinne.l'olkn fornix tin- lutriKlitclloti to Mr. Illlc.v'o new honk nf ineim, entitled "llnmc.Knlkii," pulitlnlictl liy Tin- Unwell Merrill Ciiiiiiiny, I'. M. A. The xieii1 Miere printed liy lieriilNdnii of I In1 iillilllier. miiiI In fully protected liy coiiyrlulil. lluini'.Kiilkil Well lluit-nlr untile, to me, Humid JIi tin nunc im MM'lr,v Tluil Ix.cf MM'iry U JU An hW'itI im I've Ileum It'll II Ik I llniuc-l-'nlkft they're Jl I In unite n kin All lirilllK lli, Millie ill wetiutc liln, Wllllillll IMMiVeriMiM'erlll' M'llv Of I heir oiieiiiiiliinil rniieiileiieet They've hill III m'lliMil. lull mil In ull The hiihll fimli'liiil nil 'III yll Hunt In eer Inlerfi re Willi nl her work "nl V wiilllii' here) lliniie.Kiilk' Inii eriii' In lilinil mnl iluw, Kr llvi'H In Him II mill keep n etitvi Hill u del her entliil ry)nke er Iiim n. They kliiiM' w hen i'M l up er iIiim n I Utlnin't ymi miI 'em when .Mill nieel 'Kill anywhere III Held rr M reel 7 Ami i'i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A KNOl'lT I' ROB LEU. A I'tctiliar Case Will Be Decided By the (Jouiiiy Uottrt. Ah a result of tin- flection In Han dolph county the con nly court may liiivc to vrc.tlc with ii pretty knotty unit technical point of law when t lie time arrive to Issue the commissions to the iuvcful candidate. Some time ujro Siitlrc .1. t Darby vviih appointed to till out n vacancy which occurred In the nlllco of ,lutlce of the Pence in Suit lllver Township. At (lie election held Tuesday ninny of the voter In tluit townlilp wrote the mime of I. I). Itllcy In the spuccuntlcr the lieml of "r'or.ltistlccnf the IVaee," while other- wrote the ntune of .1. ('. Darby. When the vole- were fooled tip It wa round that a majority of people did not vote, lint of the vote cu-t Itllcy had i elveil IH and Darby :tn. The iiutlon that the court will now have to decide I whether or not the election I Iciral. The law provides that a person. In order to have hi name appear on the oltlclal liallot inu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. L. P. Vllcy lint lieen on the ulek llt DiIn week. Capt. Steve Price In mil ngaln after a week' lllnenn. George Hoy or, of Miami, wan In Mnmhatl on biinlnenn Friday. Mm. Iftlgcr i reported quite nick nl her home on Went Arrow ntreet. Mm. C. IttiMton Ix vlnltlng her win, H. I.. HuMnn, ami family. In Miami, I. T. Mtn. Mary K. Mini; lift thU week for n vlnlt to her ulnter at Wanhlng ton, Mo, Prof. T. K. SH!ncir returned Thum tiny night from a hunlucnntrlpto Kan tian City. Mm. W. C. Gowcr anil Minn Lillian GoWCI' Well' gllCntM of KUIIHUH City frlendn on Sunday. Mm. AllN't-t .lumen wax tin gucnt limt week of Mm. Ann Potter at Prairie Icu Farm neui Slater. Mm. Ann Scott, of Columbia, arrlv eil till week for a vlnlt to her nephew, I.. V. Scott ami fumlly. Mlnncn Annie ami Laura llrlce left Friday for a vlnlt to their nlnter, Mm. H(-ee at Dultith, Montana. If. V. (iephurt und II. II. Pamonn Htenl xeverul ilnyn iIiIh week hunting III the NYIhoii neighborho...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Talbot l fcliort-Horu Sale On next Monday, November lUtli. tit Marshall. Saline county. Mo., Mr. N. It. Tiilltntt, i.f tlmt place, will hold u closing out nsile of hl entire herd of iTglstercd Short-horn. The offering consist of lift y-fotif head tlmt will lie sold to tin hlirhcst liltlih'i' without re erve. 1 .ti rt week we referred at some length tO tilt' till 1 1 F4 Utlll t'HM't!ltlll,V to tin- oting herd hull. I, Ittli- Alrdrle I iv ":tcl Duke of A I id ill', mill Klikh'v Ing fount liy Mr. .Iitnu K. King' Klrklcvlugtoii Duke of Woot'ntuk' llM7tio liy Alrdrle Duke of HnzelhtirM. These mi' two young bull that will Ih- well worth whatever they cost, ami It In illlte ilotlhtftll If they wilt feteh what they are tu'ttiiilly worth. The young calves to lie sold with their mothers, anil otherwise, are ehlelly the get of Klrklcvlugtnn fount, while nearly all female of proper age have Ini'II hreil (notiie tire heavy In ealf) to Little Alrilrle. A to the female-, we wM...

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. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KHTAIII.IHIIKII Don't wait until I)(!('(!llll(!l' t() ll(IV(! your Christum photographs marie ' ys L HUTCHINGS Wo an busy now Photographer. anl wilt Im Inishir in Diicitiuhnr D, r; rnOIlC 3D Niirlliwi-ll'iiriiirKiinire LOCAL IN BRIEF .1. W. Wilcox, of Sweet Sprhmn. wim lii Miimhull Tiicday. Mm. .latncn lllltTl-iill Ik reported lck lit her home on Highland. Don't fnrnet the Mln-lrel- oii Fri day evenlliL' lit Mnrnhllll iiM'iu limine. Will Hay anil Charley .lone!", of Sweet Spilllj.'-, wi'ioln Mlimhllll Tlicn. llll.v. Mln l.liellc Htcuthcil. of Ncl-nn. U "l-lilni: Minn llrucc Mariuiiiliikc on Arrow nlri-cl. Atlnlph Catron mill Mr. Forii' wen iitienillni! to hnnlne-- In tin- county cent Tue-iliiy. Mi. I'M McComb- inn) clillilren, of Cmrollion ate vUltltis; tin' family of .1. I). Smmer. F.dmond Hrown. .lolin Adam. Hen Striker and 'I'lieoilote Mnyer enjoyed ll limit Tuc-diiy. Mi4 Cunnic I '.Ml 1 1-, of Mlllltll. Ik vllllnif lier uncle, N. McMycm mill fit in 1 1- on l...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 16 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. : ft ft ft ft THE NEW YORK STORE ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft The cold snap is here. If you ever will need winter clothes you do now. The sharp November winds make you think of Overcoats, Jackets and Furs, in fact everything we are carrying. We are rejoicing, for we have plenty of the right kind of goods at the right prices. ft ft ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft Men's Overcoats. Our stock never was so large as h is now We have all lite new tilings in Oxford dreys, Pebbles in nil of the new styles. They, like onr suits, are the Baltimore Tailor Made garments, con vet in every detail. The price;, on some of them will surprise you. At Sio, 5u 50 and Si 5 we have lines on which you can save as much as $3.00. I list look at the t'Nters we offer nt 5 10 and von will see that our prices are right. Our HOYS OVKKCOATS AND KKKl'KKS arc nobby, stylish, ami tea souahlc in price. Our Lion Brand Shirts. Are the prettiest and mu...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL. SALINE COUNTY, MISSOURI. NOVEMBER 50. 1900. NO. 45. MEETING OF BUSINESS MEN. Committee Appointed to Ask New Depot of C. if A. and a Fulfillment of Promise by the MiMouri Pacific. Amimlernf this city's business men met at the Mistletoe club-rooms Monday evening for the purpose of taking steps to secure n new depot nt this station of the Chicago & Alton road, and also to nsk of the Missouri Pacific n fulfillment of the pledges made the people of Saline in securing right of way through this county. Marshall is reputed to I the best station on the C. & A. in Missouri outside of terminal points, and the very ordinary depot has long Itecu considered as a poor acknowledgment of the business which Marshall contributes to the road. A committee was appointed to wait tiM)ii the general ofiuers of the C. 8c A. in the hoe that sonic action may Ik taken in the erection of a new depot, the following consti tuting its memlwrship: J. P. Huston, F.d. T....

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. I'nteretl nt tho I'ontofNec in Murxhnll. Mo., as Mvontl-olan matter. TKRMS! l.0 V'M YtiAR IN ADVAN'CK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE, Editor. MAKSHAI.I., MISSOttKt, NOV. JO, I900. THE CENSUS FIGURES. The census figures nre disappointing. No one had figured upon n decrease nitd the sur prise over the announced result of the census is general. N'nturally under such conditions, many will allege this decrense, upon first thought, to ineorrectntss of the figures. Hut without pi oof of errors to demonstrate the claim, this charge will he attributed to the soreness nil feel over crushed expectations, especially if it study ol the situation support the announced figures. Let us examine first outside conditions, and see in what group of counties Saline is keep ing company. They are such ns Grundy, Kails, l'ike, Audrain, Randolph and Johnson. Thev embrace many of the old counties of North and Centrnl Missouri, which were set tled early and had their resources let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. The Moafay Club' There wan a large attendance of the club Monday afternoon, it be ing the day for the Shakespeare class to entertain the club. Busi new of importance was transacted and the report of the delegates to the annual meeting at Joplin was heard. Mrs. Hardin gave a full account of the first days piocerdings, Mrs. Hell of the second. She also thank ed the Club iu behalf of the dele gates for the privilege of attending the nnnunl meeting of the M. F. W. C. as representatives of the Mon day Club. Mrs. Nichols told the Indies of the social side of club life, how royally all were entertained, of the elegant reception given to the Indies at the Klks Hall i.nd of the delightful drive through the city and to the mines. Miss Whitaker was present and gave a talk on the Art exhibit, to le given iu Marshnll from the 3rd to the seventh of Doc. She asked for the earnest co-ocration of the Indies of the different clubs iu town, snyiug without them the movement could n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLIC N. Ready for Occupincy. The Maishall Produce Company have tin iv til into tlii'ir handsome new quarters, which are not fit lirely finished, lint their incicasiug business made it impossible in wait until tlu- last nail wan driven before taknig po-.se-xiott It cirtaiuly is one of I lie busiest places we have sen for Mmelii::e Them tin toi.tn is lull up with Us different coops of chickens, ducks, tnrkevs and geese. In the room whtre the fowls are strinped of their feathers in less time than we cm write of it, there ate between 25 a id ,v men cm liloved, and the way they do il is convincing that there is a way to do evcrvthing. Tliese melt are ptid so tntieh per fowl for picking and we understand they inko good wi ges at it, too Mr. Hightshne is cettainly the right man for the place. He ha managed this tn imiuoth concern to the credit of all contented and has shown himself to be gifted with considerable executive ability, and yet he always has lime to be pleas aut to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. League Social. The Senior liudeavor Society of theCttmbet land Presbyterian church gave a pumpkin pic social at the residence of Robert Reynolds on Odell avenue on Monday night, November afith, which, for a rotis inn good time, would he hard to beat, and from 7:30 to if o'clock the hours pas-cd merrily away, Theie was a good musical pro gram given by Miss Lucy Mntshall and the Mandolin Club, composed of Miss Leila Hayes and brother, Russell, and Mr. Thomas, accom panied b Mis- Mary Hlaek on the piano, all of which was enjoyed. Miss Kllytit! Ward cave a rtcita tiou in her usuual happy manner, which whs well received. A novel way of selecting part nets for the dining room was in dulged in. A card bearing the n.ime of some vegetable was pinned on each boy: the same vegetable spelled backward was pinned to e.icli girl, and the locating of the parties caused considerable bin, as' things look very different when! seen bickward.- For instance, the wind beet would look ...

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