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The Saline republican. (Marshall, Mo.) 1892-1899, March 17, 1899, Image 6

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98 Oxfords,
Thau any house in the country,
' MADlt 01'
Bast Mid Kid Stock.
Black or Tan, Vesting
of- Plain Top.
tk-o our linen of Spring
Styles at Si. 75, '-00, 2,50,
'.'.75 ami $5.
A job lot of Ladies
Shoes, in small and
odd sizes, at
Hal f Price.
Tho Cornor Shoo Sloro.
O. A. Amibury, of Hardeman
was III Saturday.
H Y llawjcy returned .Thursday
night It om Kansas Cft.
a visit to I'arls, Sunday. ' ' "
IJugeue Dawes md wife returned
Sunday, from St Louis.
T. r Horn, ol Arrow Rock,
was in the city on Saturday.
Miss IVt Jeter, of Malta llcud is
vlMtlng Miss Annie Giithrey.
Miss N'vll Dobyns has liccn (jiiilc
sick tlilw week with tonsilitis.
Hon. I'rnnk l Sebrcc, of Kan
sas City was a visitor this week.
t.cu Murrell, of Napton, made a
business trip to M:irihall this week.
A licautlful line of Kastcr Mil
linery nt Miss Angle Thompson's
Call ami see tliov.- beautiful
Master lints nt Mint Ancle Thomp
son's, (
lllucgrass, sweet peas, garden
seed, (or idle nt
Mallard t Son's.
Miss Dyer, uf Kansas City, is the
guest of Mrs K II Hub'ank, on Kast
Arrow St.
Ilmice Stevens, of Iluncetoii, wns
the guest of Al.lel Leonard and
family, Sunday.
Money at 6 per cent, noconimls
slou, interest rebated on partial
piyment. Ai.ui.v & Lkonarji.
Dr. John Halt was called to
Illackwater on I'riday to see a
pajlnit with the dread disease
spinal uieulngctU.
It don't cost any more to buy
Hutchings' rhotographs tlinu any
other. Tlie cjiiotion for yon to
decide Is, "who will make me the
best work?"
Col Vinee Muruuduke left Tues
day for Kansas City, where he will
meet Mrs Marnmdttkc and they will
go'on tcDenver, where Mr lar
uiaduke goes in the interest of the
t'rscv, formerly ol Mar
is now manager of a candy
jusc In St. Louts
1'ranV Avers and wife, of Slater,
are guests, this week, ol Mrs Allie
Ayers, on Highland.
O. H. Hereford, ol St. Jooepb,
was the guest Sunday ol O. M.
Prauclsco and (amity.
Miss (ieorglc Montague Is visiting
Mesdames George Bortln and 1' F
bebrcc, of Kansas City.
Sec to it that your photographs
arc over Hutchings' signature. It
is a guarantee ol excellence.
Co you want a handsome tailor
made dress, or separate skirt, If
you do, don't fail to see Wright.
1'rank Kntrekln, cf Blackburn,
the guest ol Mrs. J. W. Sparks, re
turned Monday to his home.
Mrs. C. O. Spencer, ol I'almyrn,
Mo,, is visiting her son, T. 15.
Spencer and family on Odell.
Do you want a handsome tailor
made dress, or separate skirt; II
you do don't fall to see Wright, at
C. M. Buckner and family will
move back home tblt week, Mrs.
Wood and Miss Fannie having re
Miss Jessie Garrard, who bos
been spending some time In Jcfler
sou City, Is the guest of relatives
In the clly.
Mrs. Will Wood, and Miss
l'aaulc, returned Saturday morn
Ing Irom an extended trip through
Old Mexico.
Miss Vcrdae Northern arrived
Wednesday from Mexico to visit
her sister, Miss May at the homeoi
Dr J Harris.
Jerome ISubank, who is in the
Live Stock Commission business,
Kansas City, was the guest of his
lather, Monday.
Tin. Mlialuuaar C.Ul. nf I lie
Baptist church are observing a
week, for the benefit of the Home
Mission fund.
R. N. Scherer returned from
Ladouia Saturday and alter a few
days visit to I'rank Avery and
family, he will go to Slater where
he will go into business.
Joe Mitchell will move his entire
stock into the building he now occti
pies on West Side Square, on April
6th. He retains the same tailor em
p'oyed by .Tucker and Son.
Mrs I'.lla Grcenabaum, ol Miami,
attended the funeral of the late Mrs
Nannie Miller, which took place at
the Cumberland - I'resbyterlau
church, Saturday morning at nine,
o clock.
Mlis Margaret Grant of Chicago
arrived on Monday and will trim
for Misses Mick & Cohenour, this
season. These ladles are already
busy selling spring hats, und some
of them are beauties.
Tne friends of Mrs J G Goodwin,
of Alma, will be glad to know that
she recently passed through a sc
rlous operation in K C from which
she Is recovering. She left the hos
pitil last week and Is now at her
borne in Alma-
The business of the Grand Ave
nue Horse and Mule Commission
Company changed hands Saturday
In Kansas City. J T Conway, form
erly ol this city, and GcoT Dyer,
tlie owners s nco Taiuiarv ist. have
sold to other Kansas City parties.
In an amateur performance civen
on the Central High School stage,
in which the Journal states "train
robbery, Jackson County's favorite
industry ," was pantoniiinlcally lam
IKioncd, C Lester Hall Jr. won the
following compliment from that
paper "C Lester Hall Ir carried
the only female part and bis ner.
formauce was particularly enjoyed.
Our NEW Goods
And We Have
We havn't time to give you a big price-list, but a jjj
few prices will show you what they will be like.- $
Come and See Us,
36 Inch percale, per yard 6c
India linens, per yard 4c
Curtain scrims, yer yard jc
Kxtra good bleached mus
lin 5c
Crash, per yard 3c
Ladles' full seamless hose 5c
Children's hose, fast black 3c
A splendid corset 23c
A fine $1 corset - 30c
Finest percales made 1 ic
Chlldrens' heavy duck
waists 19c
Children's percale waists 25c
A big line of laces at 1 and 2c
A fine line of embroidery
1, 2, 3, and 4c
ni. .!-...,, y mtues wide loc
A big stock.
Ladles' fine shirt waists 39c
A good sized lace curtaiu 23c
Lace curtains, a big line'
in a Job price, at just
half their regular value
Felt window blinds on
rollers . 10c
Best opaque window
shades - 20c
Window shades frlngetl 25c
a-ply Ingrain carpet, per
yard - 23c
Half wool 2-ply carpet 43c
All wool carpet, best 49
and 39c
Big Stock of
Wall Paper.
40 different pat
terns of Carpets
to select from.
Matting 11, 12, 14, 18 and 23c
Brown muslin, pr yd 3$
ond 4c
9-4 brown sheeting 12c
Best apron ginghams 3c
All color wash silk, 22
inches wide 43c
A fine line fancy colored
satins, extra good 89c
Ble line nf MrV
cheap Murserised cot
ton, per yard 29c
Near silk dress liniugs, 36
inches 13c
Ladles' percalcwrappcrs 49c
A big towel for . 3c
One lot men's suspenders 3c
Boys' suspenders 3c
Boys' unlaundered white
shirts - . 23c
Men's unlaundered white
shirts - 35c
Men's tinlauhdercd white
shirts best - - 30c
Men's 4-ply linen collars
all styles 9c
Men's celtutold collars 3c
A Big line of
Tics and Scarfs.
Ladles' fancy serge top
fine shoes ti.30
Men's plow shoes, all
solid . ,jgc
A big line of the
best kid gloves,
all colors, S9c.
Men's dress shirts 23c
Men's dress shirts, very
good . . 39c
Men's latest style shirts 48c
Men's latest puff ties 45c
Men's heavy plaid jumpers 35c
Men's very heaviest over
alls 49c
Men's dress shoes $1.00
A boy's wool suit for $1.25
An Immuhno lmc vt liCW
Clothing that can't
be beaten in the state
Best carpet warp on spools
per bunch - 80c
Good garden hoes 15 and 23c If
uarucn raKes 14 ami 13c
Garden rakes, best steel 33c
Knives and forks, per set 35c
rostliolc diggers
1'ost mauls
Wire stretchers
Trace chains, each
Hamespcr pair
Back bands
mcu s neavy woru sntrts 23c
The best work shirt in the
market -48c
3 bars Daisy soap. 3c
9 bars Olivet soap 23c
Wagon thimbles 47c
Sweat pads 23c
Log chains, 12 ft long $1.10
Chicken fence, hog wire, barb
wire, fence wire,
fence staples, a big line, with
only a slight advance as yet.
4 and 3c
nails and 'A
:c an yei.
Besides the above prices quoted our store is packed
from joist to ceiling with the Finest, Largest and Cheapest
Stock we have ever shown. You can look us over for
Anything You Want. If we can't sell you, and save you
money, you are out only your time, and we like to have
you in our store so that we can show you goods, whether
you buy or not.
One Low Price to All. Opera House Block 'Marshall, Mo,

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