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y, Jan wiry 13, 1911. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN W Of - Ail1 I I LEHYE-DOWNING ULU I nllNli in .MnKWMa ' 1, Mtohtv Clothing Clearing Sale I ICJ O O, n16 ,: is the greatest Clothing Sale Marshall has ever had. Saturday was a record breaker for suits and overcoats J I If you don't buy your suit or overcoat during our great unloading sale you will miss the greatest opportunity 5 I you have ever had. The stock is unusually large, the styles and patterns represent selections from the great- I I est clothes makers in the world. Come to this great sale and make your selections from our magnificant stock I or suits, overcoats, nais, onoes ana rurmsmngs, wnere tne greatest ana nest values on eartn stare you in I the face. Sensational Bargains in Suits and Overcoats Men's Suits made of Worsted, Cassimeres and Cheviots elegantly tailored, the best suits in the land. Positively worth $27.50 and $30.00 sale price $19.98 to $22.75 Suits worth $22.50 and $25.00 sale price, $10.48 to $18.75 Suits worth $13.50 and $20.00, sale price $12.48 to $15.98 Suits worth $15.00 and $10.50, sale price $9.48 to $12.98 Suits worth $12.50 and $13.50, sale price $7.48 to$9i48 Suits worth $8.50 and $10.00, sale price $5.98 to $7.48 . , Extraordinary Bargains in Men's and Young Men's v. Overcoats Overcoats worth $22.50 and $25.00, sale price $10.48 to $18.75 Overcoats worth $18.50 and $20.00, sale price $13.48 to $15.98 Overcoats worth $15.00 and $16.50, sale price $9.98 to $12.48 Overcoats worth $12.50 and $13.50, sale price $8.48 to$9.48 Ovorcoats worth $8.50 and $10.00, sale prico $5.98 to $7.48 Overcoats worth $0.50 nnd $7.50, sale prico .y '. $3.98 to $5.48 EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Cravinett Overcoats Cravinett Overcoats worth $20.00 and $22.50, sale price $15.48 to $16.98 Cravinett Overcoats worth $15.00 and $18.50, sale price $11.98 to $14.48 Cravinett Overcoats worth $10.00 and $12.50, sale price $G.95 to $8.98 BIG SPECIAL-Boys' Long Pants Suits 14 to 19 years. $5.00 Suits, sale price $3.75 $6.50 Suits, sale price 4.48 $7.50 Suits, sale price . 4.08 $9.00 Suits, salo price 6.98 $10.00 Suits, salo price 7.48 $12.50 Suits, salo prico 8.48. V Wonderful Values in Boys' Knickerbocker Suits Absolutely nothing reserved. Boys Suits worth $2.50T'$3.00 and $4.00 ' sale price $1.78 to $2.98 Boys' Suits worth $4.50, $5.00 and $6.50 salo price $3.48 to $4.08 Boys' Suits worth $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00 sale price $5.48 to'$7i48 . Boys' Knickerbocker Knee Pants at Manufacturer's , Cost, V t I'll V T. Big Special-Men's and Boys' Overalls 75candI85c Overalls G5c 50c Overalls ( 39c Great Bargains in Hats Stetson No-Name and Longley $3.00 Hat sale price $2.10 to $2.37 $2.50 Hats, ko at $1.78 $2.00 Hats, go at 1.58 $1.50 Hats, ko at 1.18 $1.00 Hats, go at 83 Extra Special on Men's Double Breasted Suits Splendid patterns and extraordinary values. $22.50 Suits $16.48 $20.00 Suits 15.98 $18.59 Suits 14.48 $15.00 Suits 11.98 $13.50 Suits 0.48 $12.50 Suits 8.48 $10.00 Suits 0.98 Great Neckwear Values All 50c?Ncckwcar 89c All 25c Neckwear 18c Special Discount on Suit Cases and Bags. Special Reductions on Men's and Boys' Shoes. Big Reduction on Men's and Young Men's Pants $1.50 Pants ko at $1.18 $2.00 Pants go at 1.58 $2.50 Pants ro at ;. i.08,i $3.00 Pants go at 2.38 $3.50 Pants go at 2,78 $4.00 Pants go at i. 3.18 $4.50 Pants go at d. 3.58 $5.00 Pants go at 3.98 $0.50 Pants go at 5.18 Extra Special in Men's Under wear 50c value $ .30 $1.00 Wool Undorwear 79 $1.25 Wool Underwear 98 $1.50 Wool Underwear 1.18 Big Special Discounts on Men's White and Fancy Vests. Extra Special Men's Shirts a Dress $2.50 Manhattan Pleated Shirts $1.88 $2.00 Manhattan Dress Shirt v , 1:57 $1.50 Manhattan and Cluett Shirts 7 1.19 $1.25 Press Shirts .98- $1.00 Dress Shirts ; . . . .88 $ .75 Dresji Shirts .48 $ .50 Dress Shirts 30 I I 1 I LEY H E-DO WN I NG CLOTHING CO. I - , - - v -.. Marshall, MisspjKl. . North Side Square, RAILWAY TIME TABLES CmCAGOjLTOy R.Y.' TIME' 'TAI3LT Li. . .JMf BK ' Jf.'B 85. UKaSBfc (In llecl May WIU19.) I EAKT HOUND THAINty 14 Dftlly Mo. HUH KipreM, Bloom- Innlun. ...... .. .., ,10.W) ini si rw-Df riiKt. Louii.ii.ua). 10, TtolluniDier(iit.)Clilcio.t).3br 14, I' TbaBarlrlllrd,ht.L.C.L.IlJITpm 19, " Hlntu AreoiiuucMliitloii, 7X0 pu M, Mjjkt llitwk llara WEST HOUND TKA1NB 11, DkMr.Tlin Earljt ltlrd. Ktntti CUjJM XI, Tbi NUUt lluwk " bMtm . " lluojmer (or Knl CUr....b.Wu 15, 11 Tbe Mo. Htl. KxpraM (or Khmi C'llr ....4. 60 pi II JIld.D.j tficUl (or Kkihh city . a.otpm IT, " Hiittvr At'comiuodatlon..aXo.m 11, " Vniieiiger,,., .lm Htoponeiuunl MISSOURI PACIFIC RY, BAST HOUND TItAlNH. (,32 I'Aisengur U-uvfuMurtliull .... o.OOnm Jl, renner lO.OOtm M, Local Freight 10.00. m WKBT MOUND TICAINS. Oll'aiiongvr arrlvemt Mnmliull ,.SX0tn II, J' lien nor 3.S3IU M. Local VrtUlit l.jUpm TbeSOs. ni. iiaiaciiKor train arrives In Martbnll from the eait from BednlU an leayoi lOmlnutea lator for the east Among- the Sick f Mrs. Ed Kcehart was on the ick Vat tho past week. B. D. iWlngHcld la up (again alter wL erioua lllne&a of pneumonia at Um homo ol Geo. A. Barron, near Sloe Lick. Uy. Fecchor is on tho elck list. lfn. V. V. Hatl was on the sick lat'jttkts weok. llr.mnd Mm. Jamcw Sappington wtf bath tick. ( . Mi:Qm, H. AKtow W la B 'yjtr B west' to v4tvpn parentis Capt. nnd Mrs, Alex. Donriy; botlv of whom are "under tho weather." Ma). W. A. Ilutf, wlio lias been In a hospital at Kansas City, in roportcd much better, " Mrs. L; U. Morklns .In up again after -a sick spell, Mrs. Ed McLeod, of Brookfteld, MJrb., Is not improving as rapidly : CountyNews '.l BLACKBURN i' Mt and MrB. Ilenry Ross were, passengers to Kansas City Moh- Dr. Iloyssel returned to Janwfl town Wednesday after several as expected and Mrs. Jacob Van days visit with frlonds. Dyko Is at her bedside, but will Miss Suslo IlUlcn returned homo return home as soon as possible. -Monday after two weeks visit 'to' hor sister Miss Rose Ilillon, D. II, Witcher of this' city went to tho southern part of, tho county last week to seo, hla brother- Eph. Witcher who has been very sick but is somo better at present. John Craig has gono to Kansas City to havo an operation perform cd, Mr, Craig lias been in bad health or sometime. Eranlc JUockman. of Malta Hand y worit to&opnvlllo Tuesday where yuj-auiacrwent an operation euc- cccstully. Ills daughter, Miss Clara is also qulto sick. 'ttv. A. S.i Hylanrf 'wai horevf rom Norton Wednesday nd, taid Mrs. John Yates is very sick. Mrs, Joe Plourd, ho eald, la also on the sick list. Dr. R. H. Nuckles took Rufus Clark to KlrksvJUo Tuesday for an examination of his opine. ' Mr, Clark it will be remembered was injured In a runaway Jmat - June. J. 8, Copeland of north, of town wora hero Saturday, the fiwt tlm for a long while, having bMi eoa fined to hi$ home by, lUMCf Miss QushIo Xlllard was a Mar shall visitor Saturday. Willi and Ilenry Jolihs wdro visitors here "Sunday. Ilorman Qunther ond son from near Wayerly wcro on our streets Saturday. JuUub Kirchoff. Who visitod rel atives at Concordia' returned homo Tuesday. . , . .,, . f j Jimmlo Maddox Is visiting his homo folks. Loo Dlerklng from near Sweet Springs was calling on 'his best girl Sunday. ,. John John waB on our streets Monday, , y Miss) Allio May Plcrco who "ha boeii visiting relatives' here, , re-' turned to her homo at Fayette on Tuesday, " v Sunday Miss Winnie Stipes returned to her homo Thursday evening. Wondor if Dock had his usual call Sunday? Ooorgo Chamberlain was tho guest of Jess VanWlnkle Sunday. Ono of tho certain thrco was on tho sick list last week,, Miss' Bessie McCoy was calling on Miss Mollio Van Winkle Sunday, EMMA NORTON Will Van Winkle Jww moved on liia farm wet of fctafyhur Sprlngii, ki'kratu'l Vm'. T.S'V' aaLBar! fllllHI Tlslai TTtl nm Til Mrs. Dicrklng and Mrs. Wester bauer visited In our llttlo village at Mrs. Rodonberg's. ponry Fricko and T. R. Ilart man mado a trip to nigglnsvllle in a wagon to get a few pool tables. MIssea Ilulda and Frleda Ron Icon of. Sweet Springs aro visiting at Rodonberg's. Carl Kurz of Concordia was in our town; .Monday, IIo took a tic ticket back. Last Sunday lOtto Klrkhotf and Miss Lona Bodenstab Joined their Jiands to travel through life to gether. Thocouplo were married at 3 o'clock at the homo of tho brido'a mother by Rev. Kitterer. The attendants were Martin Bod- entab audi Otto Bodenetab id Miasea Bssle Mclntrv tand Leon a tofchoifKlWv JoiH their ' rainy . .. ....... . Hervry BariMi'Oi Lextngto viu ed Joton .Frank's ..lawt t Wednesday. A- ffraaK wmny I .irvovtv are men J VANDYKE J. T FISHER L. W. VAN DY ICE VanDyke & 'Og.1 FARM. LOANS. lowest Rates Etiiest Terms Office: Between New York Racketand Bank of Salhw. m.atn-ffB at ' ; r t BiaaaaaagaEMaaaaSI It. I m . H - F HENLEY who rWm Ida vtci,',W tllihol.;v S'i'Wc'.' i it w. ' ' ' ' '...".. , i i.'. left cMr kit 'Mm - Umt -k. " ' 1 iif; . Keal instate and insurance . ' h 40 farms fqr; sale, 40 in Saline and ad- i joining counties. Gan furnish large loans at current rateof interest. If you arein the market, for ix farm call pri write me. - 1 - - - i PHONES 12 and 29 BLACKBURN. MQ A 1Z . ' Mm mi . l II ;T -l.l , ,u r ' iirV LV,"'W'