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Friday, January 24, 1913
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omy arz days NEW YORK RACKET 'j dqn
BIG CLEAN UP T BIG CLEAN-UP
SALE Marshall, Missouri. SALE
OUR BIG CLEAN-UP SALE!
p Started off with a whoop last Saturday and hundreds of satisfied customers have taken
s advantage of the tremendous price reductions and supplied themselves with some of 2
the greatest bargains ever sold in Marshall. However our stock is'so large and varied
that we still have plenty of bargains left. So come in and get your share. Everyday
g during the sale we will have an
on sale from 3 to 4 o'clock. This will be a bargain of extraordinary yalue. Get in
every day you can, as we are getting in new goods every day.
Ladies' Suits and Coats
The biggest price saving event ever held in
Marshall is now going on in this department. We
have three lots of tf7 Cfl 1fl ?1 9 Oft
Ladies' Suits at . . P1C.U0
Values up to double the sale price. All sizes, all
colors, all styles. If you need or want a Suit don't
Big reduction in Sealette Cloth and Novelty Coats.
$25 Sealette for $17.50 $25 Cloth Coat for $15
$20 Cloth Coats for $13.75
and many other big bargains in this department.
If you will need a suit during the next six
months take advantage of this bargain opportunity.
$22.00 Suits $1675
$12.50 Suits en 7C
for . . . PMd
$10.00 Suits yg
And one special lot, values up
to $10.00 for ...
Big bargains all over this department in Men's
and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods.
Shoes and Boots
With lots of winter be
fore us you should take ad
vantage of the big reduc
tions in our Shoe Depart
ment. Boots up to $7.50 - $4.95
$5 values for - - - 3.75
$4 values for - - 2.95
We have cut the price
deep in Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes. "Come
in and be shown."
You can buy
18 lbs. granulated Sugar-$1.00
4 lbs. choice Coffee 1.00
Northern Potatoes .75
8 bars Clairette Soap .25
3 pUgs. Macaroni .25
25c K. C. Baking Powder.. .19
60c Maple Syrup .39
35c Maple Syrup '21
3 pkgs. Corn Flakes.. 25
2 pkgs. Grape Nut 25
3 pkgs. fancy Pecans .50
3 lbs. mixed Nuts .50
Choice bananas, per doz. .25
4 cans choice corn .25
1 lb. Price's baking powder $ .45
6 choice Grape Fruit .25
Northern Cabbage, per lb. .02
French Peas, per can . .20
Pan Cake Flour, per pkg. .10
3 lbs. choice Raisins .25
3 lbs. seeded Raisins .25
3 big can Hominy. ... .25
Fancy Asparagus, per can. .15
.1 qt. jar Queen Olives J .25
Cooking Apples, per pk.. .20
25c cake Chocolate .19
2 pkgs. Knox Gelatine .25
Star Tobacco, per lb. .45
1 lot Ladies' Silk Dresses,
values up to 10 OH
$20, choice . Plv.VV
Late styles and colors, all
sizes. Get in on this quick
if you want one.
If you are not buying your
meat from us you are losing
money and failing to get
the best meat in town. Give
us a trial and you will be
a regular meat customer.
All of the prices that we gave in our big adv. of last week are still in force and each day we are get-
G? ting in new goods bought especially for the sale. When you come to town come at once to our big store
P and make yourself at'ho'me "with jus. Remember we keep "Everything for Everybody" so you can do your
S shopping all under one rodf, thereby saving running around town. Yours, truly,
Still . Conqueror. . .
Old, Colonel Pestilence continues t
lM en. of the most tubborn foen that
ETMlM hftra to enoouuter. Chlcagc
And Qosslpv ;
A'elther doeB "Vulture ronBlsV entire-'
fw fo Joining a literary eochtty devoted
tirjbridge whtst.-r-AtchUoh PJobjj.?' V -
, Why Women Are Lost.
, sh truth l women ore lo.Bt b
.fa'')e 'tbey ,we dellberato,-Ainollu J
Absolute Mossback. j
Tln man who tin mior m i'
pMhllr arhools, good. ioailB ifllKioii
politics Isn't uveh n eAtiftrattMi- Hnt
Iji'oji. Atlimta Joiirnnl. 1
- , Inthi Old Wny.' '
'iTho world lin't.g'rowlngjnuch wliter,
Men continue to cilinb, fencernnd rfrn't
V the gun after tliom, f "'-s
ThcTfi are only y;firiO iukm v'ura .
h Knljsh langmtge, VoulaVi
"We're uhvIiik 00 nmoh trouble Bet
tllng up the estato," a man In Col
only said to Bill I'nytoii, "that 1 nome
UmeH v.lHh father had not tiled."
New Light on a Trplehorean Eyent
-vynair RBKed tne casual . Btuaont
of the higher llturoture, ''did tlui poot
refer to wjion ho wrote! "On with the
dauce; let Joy be unrellned?" "Oh, I;
don't knowt" ropllcd the lowbrow, "uui
1 1. 1 J It. I - L 1.
im uu wuu ueucrtuius 0110 01 iiiqbu
turkey tr9t utalri." 1
In the cantern countries certain con
aequenceB are said to result from
snoezlnt;: To oueeze on Monday has
teni anger; Tueaday, kiss a stranger;
Wednesday, go a Journey; Thursday,
eet a friend 1 Friday, give a gift,
Let Ananias Lie In Peace,
One of the hoys In talking abpiit
casting a light on Jonah. Y.etf, let'H
change biblical characters or a while
and glyo poor, overworked Ananias a
deserved und to be appreciated rest.
A. womay can't win a man niorely
.by making him .comfortable, but he
often can do It by keeplpc-hlm gueW
Ing. Top'eka Capital. ' " ,"
L(tte; lMxii, four years old) had
been) sitting on the sofa all .morning,
when, his mother Bald! "You have
been a vory good- boy all morning, ,JK
there Is anythlng,you wish I will glva
it Ato, you, Louis-' "I would like to
be a bad boy this aftwaoon," ha re
Good Word for Snabs,
A siiob Is entltlod to Borne credit for
leaylng you alone, which Is moro'than
the bores do. Atchison Globe.
' " Immaterial,
, It doean't malse much dlffcronca
whether a man Ib, Inspired or not It
ls work Is worth wlle,;
Not an Appetising Thought.
Electricity may be a nourshliu
food, but Imagine, going Into a rota
rwaBd ordering a yolt smothered laj
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