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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

55(anct 3" !mc 5s 3Ccrc f.nd we have tliem by the hundreds. Kvery A nice full 10x4 cotton blanket A better one Still better Wool blankets, all wool and nice, per pair Half wool grey blankets, heavy A fine 10-4 red all wool blanket for Bed comforts . Gaelics' t)accts at3 apes We have an immense quantity for you to select from; besides we are in daily receipt of new Jackets, right from the factories, and the prices, always low, are much lower from now on to the end of the season, as factntie.s, about this time of the year, always lower their prices to clean up stock. 91iffiicrU. lDcpartmcit Here is where you gel the finest goods in the city, and at prices so far below our would-be competitors that there is no comparison. They can't meet or come anywhere near meeting our prices, so they just run down our goods and try to get our trade in that way. Hut it does them no good, for the ladies of Saline county are as good judges of nice millinery as they are, and they have long since found o...

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. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. B.irtingtun Route. New through train to 1 rt liitxl imil I'uv'i't Sound. "Tin' llurllnuton-North-crn I'aclilc F.xpte;.." it New Dally Throturh Train from Ktinxii 1 1 y anil St. .Incph (or Lincoln. Northwest Nclirn-kii. HlacU Hill. Wyoming, Montiinii. Wnlilnj.Moii. Tacotna. Seat I le. Paget .Sound and rortlatnl. Oregon, via Millings. Moiitiina tin -hurt Iliii' and time nver to the lp xi' Ntii tliw'-t. To t'entral Moiitiina In i:i hour-.: to the Paget Soimil in Tit hour from the Missouri Itlvcr. Through coaches and chair through tourlt sleeper, tlirouirli din ing up service ami Mundurd flt-cper. This l the main traveled road Mi suari Ulvcr to Ihi' Northwe-l. NiiimIm'i- Kiiii-ii City and St. lox'ph to Ntliraka. Denver. Color ado, I'tnli. I'ncllic Coat and the Northwc-t. via Ogden: also to the Norlhwc-t Moniinia. Washington. Oregon, via l.lni'oln and .Milling-. Weekly alifornla l'.eurlon. Nuinhcr "Nrlirn-ka-Colorado r,.Mi." from liuia City ami St. .locph tlx1 liiti-...

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. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mr-witi Univ. rit IW.Ii.ll Team. The State I'lilM'i-lly ImmiiIiiiII team Ix i-tiittl ititr lulu -luipt' fiii' the iiiiihiiiI conic! will Kan-ax Culvcr-tlly mi 'riiiink-yl viny Day at Kan-ax Clly. Itcfiii'c the Tliankxiri vliijf twine, the I'm will iirnlinlily In xticuiellifiifd ly lln trtilixfcr of four iiiwiiImih of the School uf Mine icnin at Itnlln to Co. luialila. The School of Mini- a tic I u 1 1 it it i t of tin1 Stall I'nlverxlty. In tin1 prt'xcttt, tln team hat hccii i'iiii-lilii-alil weaker than ti-iial, lint tin irau-lcr of 1 1 plater will ilo away with tin- wcakac lo a 1 1 1 1 j' t cMcni Tin' It'lllll Ix CXpfCletl to ulve a u'uimI in tint of ll-clf at Kiiti-a- Chy. No more i.1 n mi", will Ih plated iH'foii' t Ik- KlHIIH t'lHIM1. At pll'-Clll I'll' ll'lllll l i'iiaiiiii'il of tin follotviiit; player ami Hiili.tliiiii-: 'ull hack, ('nil Ktti-c of Nov Vnrk and II. C. Thin inaii of I. iitnnr: half Imrkx, Ixitac oopc r ot ( 'tiliimlilii ami . S. Vnnt ol ( ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Horace Hawkins left Monday nfter iKiim (or I'lattnburir. Lnomln linn baked hi- fruit cukes. Don't full to try them. 4IMi Churlen Vnnntone ititule n trip to Malta Hend on Monday. Mix. M urMi Field, of Nuptnn, wim it vUltor In Muntliiill thin week. Mm. f. H. Furnnworlh him tlniu cil from h vlnlt to friend In Sinter. Mm. Chnrlen Parent Ml Saturday for u vlnlt to relative nt St. l.oult. For the very lient linn, date, rolnlnn mill -helled nut- io to Loom!-'. 4:i-4" I mill I'nrrlnh will niend thcThiinkf. irlvluj: -cumin tit hi- homo In thl-elty. Dy-tem n-eclvcd dln-ct from llultl more. ulwuy the lie-t ut Looml-'. :!w Morn to Mr. tinil Mm. Kit Futvell of thl city. Nov. UNtli. Won. u duuchter. I.iiiiii!' home made cuiullcn uii' the U'-t. Try tlirui undlit'cniivlnivd. 4!M.i Ml Lottie Hull, of Mult u Hend. vl-lted Mm. Itufiit llollowuy hint week. Hcmiliful ruWIti- Unit have I teen reded, nclllnj: ut l" cent- ut l.nomln'. 4:m:. Ml-n Jennie Chandler, f thin ...

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. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN IRIEF. H. P. Naylor returned Tlmrnlny night from M Intnl. Mlxx Helen HnlT hax returned from n vlxlt to frii'iiilM at Arrow Hock. Mis Fannie Potter left Hatunlay for Ht. lnilx for an extended vlxlt. O. K. (Sravcx came up from Slater anil vlxlted frlendx Friday anil Satur iliiy. ('apt. Steve Price returned Sunday night from n tdiorl vlxll at Kauxax City. .1. H. IVlor, wlfo anil little daugh ter, wint to St. Loulx on I lie cxcurxl on Saturday. Thi! Misses Oraham, of Mexico, art gucxtx of Mlxx Lottie Armcntroul on Hciiton avenue. Itev. A. It. Farrlx uud family have returned home, after a vlr.lt to H. It. Pago anil family. Normun Force. Krumtncll'H tailor, li'ft last week for JotTerxoii City to re main iicrmancntly. William ('. HopiKT, editor of the filaxgow IVIio, wan thcgucsl of Wll Hum Putsch Saturday. T. niivMxtm. of Little Hock, anil .lame A. Marshall of Hlackwatcr, well In Marxhall Frlilay. Itev. Manly .1. Hivakor preached Sunilay morning anil evening ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 30 November 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. COMPLETE VOTE IN MISSOURI. Reading Circle Tlie Kpworth League Reading Circle of the M. H. church, South, met on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Bon Hill on South Odell avenue. Roll Cull "News Items, Hie Life of Shaftshury" Leader, Mrs. Hill. " Kntcring on Life Leader, Miss Scott ie Long. A sketch of the "Life of Col eridge." by Miss Katrinii Putsch, was much enjoyed, followed by quotations from the works of Col criilge by the circle. The members of this society arc always required to send in their news items and quotations when they cannot attend, in order that they may only miss one point, which would be attendance. Will Reside in Kirktville. Mrs. John Lynd, the guest of her mother, Mrs. corgie Hruce for some weeks, 'eft this week for Kirksville, where she will reside in the future. Her son, Hruce Lynd is studying Osteopathy at Kirks ville and her brother, William K. Hruce, also leiiig in school, it will be a very pleasant place to live.and lu-r husba...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

u MARSHALL-REPUBLICAN. VOL. IX. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. DECEMBER 7. 1900. NO. 44. INVESTIGATING OUR INSTITUTIONS. Vice-President of State Board of Charities and Correction in Marshall on Her Official Round What She Says of the Jail. Miss Mary li. Perry of St. Louis, in her of ficial capacity as vice-president of tlic State Hoard of Charities nuri Correction, was in Marshall Wednesday investigating the condi tion of otir penal and eleemosynary institu tions. In company with Miss Hale, the architect of the Fceble-Minded Institution buildings, Miss Ferry visited the edifices that are now in course of creciun on the selected site and ex pressed her satisfaction over the work thus far accomplished, discussing with nnimat ive enthusiasm the ultimate possibilities of an institution filling so great u need. Incidentally it might !c mentioned that this lady inspector played a prominent part in bringing the subject of caring for the feeble minded Itefore the attention of the Missou...

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. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. KhU'itiI at the I'lctollU-c In M nrolitill. Mo., ns iroinl eln-s iiialt 'r. TKilMS! l'KU VKAIt IN ADVANCK. PERCY H. VAN DYKE. Editor. MAKSItAM.. MISSOt'KI, DKC. 7, I0OO. THE THIRD AMENDMENT. Of the seven amendments submitted to the people. November 6th. nil of which carried, the third in now receiving the largest consid eration, perhaps dne to the strong opposition it has nroused nnd rather general opinion that n legislative enactment will le required be fore it becomes operative. Matty of the best papers, lawyers and busi ness men are opposed to this step, hoping that it tuny be allowed to remain a dead letter. It is political in no sense, nnd though some over zealous Democratic organs have offered to shoulder its responsibility upon that pirty, the question should not be treated in this w.iy. Missouri is n borrowing state. 1 ler citizens nre debtors in the aggregate ami to their inter ests should all enactments subserve. The good intention...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. COUNTY COURT. Proceeding of November Adjourned I erm Bond of NewlyvElecled Conitables Examined- December 3d. Court met pursti nm tondjoiirnnicnt. Present, Hons. J. T. Stouffer, R. C. Hanna, T. W. King, judges: R. !. L. Smith, clerk; Joseph Wilson, sheiiff. Court opened liy the sheriff. It is ordered hy thcronrt tlmt the collector he directed to pay to the county treasurer two-thirds of the county revenue collected from dram shop licenses in Salt Pond town ship, to lc plnced to the credit of the Snlt Pond township R. R fund. It is nlso ordered hy the court that the collector be directed t'.ipav to the county treasurer all the rev-1 enite colli-rii-i! fr. 11 ill., r I .,,. i.va 1 11 . in 1 branch, Mo. Pacific R. R. Co., fori1' 1,1 Smitn "mount of $2, part wiiiic nun county purposes, to he placed to Salt Pond township R. R. debt. It is ordered by the court that the assessment on lot 1, block O, Latimer's survey, .Miami, for year 1897 I reduced from $440 to $ joj al...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Children' Home Society. Rev. R. T. Millies, superintend etit of the Kansas City District for the Homeless Children of Missouri, has Iwen in our city for a week. He is n bright man, an impres sive talker and is deeply inteiest ed in this great work of caring for young children who have no one to care for them. The institution in which he is lalioring has neither political nor creed bias nl while it has only bc:n in existence nine years, it has leeu the means of placing over 1,300 children in good homes in the state, often taking them from surroundings most vi eiotis. where they were exposed to evil influences that would eventu ally have forced many of them into criminality. This is exclusively a Missouri work, with a board in each town. Mr. Millies presented rejKirts of this great charity to the various churches in our city on Sunday, showing the photographs of the children at the time he found them and at six mouths later. Among them were four children from our ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. A BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION. Complimentary to the Mines Gra' bam of Meiico. Mo. One of the prettiest receptions ever given in Marshall, was held at the home of I1. C. Armetitront on Henton avenue on Friday evening, Nov. 30th, when Miss I,ttie Ar ineiiiront and sister, Mrs. Ida Young, entertained the Sans Soitci club and a large ntiniler of friends, complimentary to their quests the Misses Grnham of Hardin College at Mexico. This delightful suburban home, always attractive, was doubly so upon this occasion, with its wealth of beautiful cut flowers artistically used, that in their various colors harmoiii.cd with the many hand Mime toilets present. The spacious parlors and hull were licautifully trimmed in chrysanthemums. Red prevailed in the hall, while pink nnd white, with ropes of smilax were effectively used in the parlors. The chandeliers were prettily drap ed with strings of smilax and ivy The guests upon their arrival were admitted by Master Cornelius Young. Miss ...

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. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Runaway on North Street Miss Willeiie Sphar and sister, Miss Jennie, were in town Monday and started home in the afternoon, when their horse became frightened and liegan to jump, finally starling off in a mud run and soon hvciuue unmanageable. When they reached the corner of Hell avenue ami Kant North street, the horse made a lunge for the curbing, when the front wheel of the btiRgy collided with a (tree, brcakiiiR the shafts ami freeiiiR the horse. The btiRRy in the meantime was thrown into the RUtter, the two ladies falling back in the IniRRy lop. thereby saviiiR themselves from beinR seri otislv hurt, if not killed. Miss Willene had her wrist badly sprained and her face cut in several places Miss Jennie fortunately escaped with nothiiiR worse than a scare and a Rcuuiuc shake-up. The btiRRy was considerably dam aRcd and the harness completely ruined. The horse was caught af ter ruunitiR some distance. Thrown from Hi Buggy. John Dyer was the victim of a painful...

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. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. DavU'Scow. Mr. Win. Da"is, a substantial young farmer of Utile Rock, anil Miss Sophia Snow, one of Saline's most efficient school teachers, were married 0:1 Thursday at high noon, nt the home of Win. Ragsdalc' on HiKhlaud, Rev. Thomas Phillips of Corder, was the officiating min ister, who in a few vell chosen wor':t nif.de the li.indsome couple nnn and wife. Tlie btide never npKnred to liet ter advantage than she did iu her wedding gown of giay broad cloth with trimmings of white liberty silk and lace, gracefully carrying a shower bouquet of brides' roses. The groom made a fine appearance in n handsome suit of conventional black. Immediately after the ceremony, congratulations were offered by a large party of friends and relatives who witnessed the ceremony, after which an elegant dinner was serv ed. Mr. and Mrs. Davis accompanied by a numlter of friends left in the afternoon for the country home of Mr. John Meinman, near Little Rock, where n large reception was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. ) MCES ft CREAM Baking Powder In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. MICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. Notk. Many milium, tnttlc In Imkillon ol baking uilrr, arc iim the matket. They rue ml, I i limp, Inn me ilrnr M any ptlre, be i4Ur lrv uwMlii ntutn, milium' !kcu LOCAL IN BRIEF. II. I'.. L. Sniltli made it tiipto M I u tn I Friday. .Inhti limhii, tit Miiitnl. wit Id our town Saturday. S. I). Smart, of Fayette, wits a vis itor here Monday. Lnomis liar, linked his ft' n It cukes. Don't full to try them, CM'i Frunk (i. Mitchell wuh In Kuiisu City on liiinliietn this week. .1. C. Puttcrson led Sunday night fur Fnyettc on a bu...

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. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF A. Ilord, of Hlurkhuru, wa down Miiiuluy. Four cane of niull pox ore report ed at Iltackburn. Mm. Hugh Crlman, of tlie county, mum a recent vlwltor. Capt. Steve Price returned Sunday idght from Kana City. W. H. Ieyhurn, of Sinter, wan a visitor In tlx city Saturday. Mlc Muhcl and Nodlno Flutter left Friday for Raima City. Ml Nowmeyer, of Klrkvlllc, Ih tlic guot of MIhm Kdyth Caricntcr. I'. (J. SlmpHiin, of St. Louis, wu tint gnet of friend here Sunday. Y. II. Hrorkwuy, of Arrow llock, tcnt Friday with Mamliull frleiuln. Loom! lioine made candle arc Hie lK't. Try tlieiu undhccoiivlnccd. Ml I .yd u Cnnuu, of Pilot drove, I vllllng Ml Maude Owen In thl city. A. S. VutiAttglin and wife of Malta lletid, were vlltor In Murliall Sat iiiday. Turkey dinner I not eouiilete with nut frch oylcr. (let the let at looinl r.i-v, Mr. C. P. Duncan, of Kanu City, I vlltlng O. 1 1 1 1 1 1 x mill family on North Htm't. Ml Sarah Martin I ulllleted with u orceye that I ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Burlington Route New through train to Portland and I'uget Sound, "'riu' Utirlliigton-North-imii I'uellle Kxirof..V u Now Dully Through Train from Kiin-m t'lty utul St. .lo.oi'pli for Lincoln, XorthwcHt Nebru-.ku, lllnck IlilU, Wyoming Monliinu, Wo-dilngton. Tucoma, Scuttle I nnt Sound and Portland, Oregon, via Milling!., Monlnua the idiort line and tlmo iier to the Ui per Northwest. To Central Montana In i:i hour; to tlie I'uget Sound In 70 hour from the Mlwxotirl Itlver. Through coachcr. and ehulr eun, through tourlt tlccieri. through tlin Iiil' ear cervlee and Muudurd -deeper. ThN U the main traveled road Ml fiiurl I liver to the Norttiwr.-t. Number I ."p. Kiitim City and St. .loeph to Nchruku. Deliver. Color ado, t'tiih, I'uellle Cout and the NorthweM, via Ogden: uImi to the Northwest -Montana, Washington, Oregon, via l.lneolu and Hilling. Weekly alifornla r..Neiirloni. Number -X "Nchruku-'oloriido Kxpref-," from Kunu City and St. .lo-cph- the latest night tr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Uoncpri.lng fcbool. To Hlrei'lors, TcuchrrH anil Patron: My assistant mill I have lnKt'iiil tin1 work of more t ti ti it one handled country pchools In different partn of the Hi lite iliirlhj; t tit lut two nmiiiIIix, ami wIhIi to call your attention lo koiiio favoriihlc iM well no pome tin favoriihlc conditions that exist. Coinfntt aide, comparatively new anil neat school houses mi- found In many district. There arc 11 few dilapidated, uhcomfortahlc house In wealthy ill--t i lft m. With a litlli care ami for thought, ninny school room" run Im iniii'li more comforta'oly anil conven iently arraiiKi'il. Window may Is litinjf on cords ho ax lo InioK'IH'iI from ton for ventilation, little or an nini'li its ocimipIoii ilcnit'iiiN. Window shailfn would eniilile teachers to iiK'itliil" tln liuht iintl at thi' Kami) lime ulvc tin' room a home-like appearance. The Move should Im! placed ni'iir tin1 en tritni'i' itml encircled Iry u sheet-iron Jacket mi ii to heal tin roo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. LET US PROVE TO YOU AS WE HAVE TO HUNDREDS That our dry goods, notions and shoos art! of tho bust mailt;, and yet more reasonable in price than others ask for inferior goods. In selecting our goods We Arc Just As Particular as you. We see that the style is right, and that the quality is right. If you are interested in dress goods, trimmings, gloves, corsets, underwear, no tions, ladies, gent's or children's shoes, see what we can do for you Don't Buy Your Christmas Goods until you have looked through our stock consisting of Dolls, Balis, Pictures, Mirrors, Vases, Box Paper, Books, Handkerchiefs, Towels, and Many other Pretty and Useful Articles. S. V. & E M. WIGHT, i:.mt sum siji'Ain: Real EstatM Trainfom. It S MeDunlcl et ttl to (,'luru Ml. tract lantl. iVr.M'J. l. 'I' M Cobb ft ul to Win Wllluril, lot I Hum, Hl. I Knthcr Moi'I'Im to Harry Heed, -1 1 I hit In Mil acre.. .'..41I.1H, ,'IT.".. II CnJ V T I)iii;i;Iiik to S It Klinr. ! int In lotN :i, I, 1), 10,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN, LOCAL IN 1RIEF John T. Ithodex ftpent Monday at hlx farm nvur Slater. It. D. Arni'H, of .Inplln, vlxlted Murxhull frleudx Mondpy. Hubert Klxen, of Ml. I .conn id, in i t ported on the xlck lint thlx week. Dr. lt' Shuck, of Nelxon, wax In I Ik- ulty profcxHlonullySaturduy. Mrx. Dnllk' linker, of Mt. Ivcnnurd, .vux xhnpplug In Murxhull Saturday. C. (i. Putterxon, editor of tliu Hluck burn llccnrd, wuh In tin- city Monday. MImh I.I..lc Hancock, of Hlucktmrn, Ix vlxltlng her xlxter, Mix. .1. W. Spurkx. Harry llrown, of ( lurk, Mo., mhmiI Sunday with Mlxx Pauline llrown In llilrt city. Mix Kthcl Cooht and brother, Ho mcr, of Multu I lend, wcro In Murxhull Tuexduy. Homer Mnrlt., of Multu Hind, vIh ll'jd rclullvcx and friend In Murxhull Tuexduy. F. II. Wllhltc. of Snllxhury, ufter a viit to hlx fntnlly here returned home Monday. Mrx. Mary K. K Ititr Ix making uvlx It to her mother, Mi-h. Ilydo at Su vunnuh, Mo. Ilurney Supplugtnu and wife huve returned from u vIhIi to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 7 December 1900

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Mrs- Ciroliue Spencer. Prof. T. K. Hin-nivr received tin nd Intelligence (in Wcdnesduy vnlni (if tlic dentil of hi mother. Mr. SH'iiccr, (if Pulmxra, M(i., wild died very hiiiI drnly (in Wednesday at the home (if her daughter. Mr. A. It. Htrotlicr, (if (Minimi place, Kansas (Mty. whci-c hc wa iendlnu tlif winter. Divetised, wIki liml rcaclicd Iter 117th year, wn the widow of the late I lev. I). II. Sicneer. (if the Methodist cliutvh. who (IUmI (inic year atfo, .luce which time he ha emitliiueil ti live at her home In Palmyra, where he I well known and hived by every Imdy. She wa a llnely edneated winiiaii. of great force of character and kind heart, wild never overlooked an aet of klndncs or permitted it to go unrewarded. Her gcnlul manner mudc her a ureal favorite, and many a downcast mind and heavy heart were eon-oled liy her encouraging word of kludne. She wa an ardent and devout christian and during her hu-hand' lifetime wa u great assist iineeto him In hl r...

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