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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 11 August 1900

m M m v tS&, < lip Ü 'I A • v L EÜ mm \ H/ E. ÜUNflNGTON ij^EEE. Accompanied by the Exoeutivc Offi cew of (be System i a Texu. "Storitt. I Jt¡p J. Mickle Hardware coaipafi cook stovea and range*. / ! St.~: mm „s for old Settlers' Reunion Week$ oday and Continues Until Store who want "way up quality" '.?V- Hi Of all Clothing, except Jeans and Duck. .. nity of the season to fit your- i suit or odd pants at a next to auuu-j-iuu-ai g|® BSBgEl ■ *11811.1.H'lllt, HlllUM 99 tm íNf' I ¡Í I "3¿M &M iéM: Kills Chicken Mites. HK&r t' ' ';' WW1' :■ . SOLD BY '* - ."'i' • ' *.¡¡¡-Waft Lankford & Batsell. liiiiKiw ': i' TO SHANGHAI tcontjsifko mpm fib8t page] and uiume command of the minor fleet, which la patrolling the southern coast of China, calling at Shapgbai, Amoy, Hwatow, Hong Kong and other points. MEA Of medeeine that goes In a prescription filled in thla :i store is perfectly pure. Pure drag* mean a speedy recovery; poor drugs mean a relapse. ' ' Yon want the best. Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 August 1900

pi VOL. 15. ¿5. ENTMtBD AW TBI POSH t. ICR A* HBMMAJI. T*KA*, AS 8BOOTO-Ot.AU MAtTU. >■ .■ ■ '■ "j'1"' ' 'wii.'1 'IM"v.1 'iiiM!i, njill1 1 '! m i >,■ ■ 0 1C« OF rUBUQATIOX: BnttUIAM,texas HOUSTON btbkkl JROOKSHAN Over Anchor Corner, N, ^aii SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 13,190O. 15 Als«x' ance m-^e lp weatherb'therbi ed, cbinoVhinj liorse lot, 'Hot, i all fenced/ One half ca(\jf ne mile ffror iu cultivrfti ure; 4 rofv passed I ínter, Ito of c| 57.50 y CROOKS] for- Stilo 2 ÍKS & MOORE. Over Anchor Corne^Bl, E. Coiner 8qui;re, Sbtunan, 'ftp*. 17—140 ./Vnan, 100 aci % $3500. «V0 ,aol croa one mile from Van aeren in cultivation bal- :ber pasture; 4 room house ed, canvassed and paper- in center, spriug in od state of cultivation, i<je $37.50 per acre. * miles from cultivation. 18—1000 acre^cr, Gainesville, aboFab, balance in timbe ,,,!, sets of houses, larS ja water, Boia d' arc yrc 400 acres river botlo^otti had at a bargain-. W\ prices. v 23—145 acres hetweei and Tioga, T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 August 1900

Kxcept Bondsy t ÜOttM. Hotutoa Street. atcrctax* ;on~115 oi t'nbl! EPAÍB ■HO*' o* •!! Hind, or ---- -- • Una oC r na n4 faa B*o*o . •10 «•■«! T "1 1 E KBuUTBE I THIS OFFICII. PW« OF TUB OIW OF gHHUMJf. Kates •( SnWertiitlom _„.a# t«srrierto j partorth#alt at o. nnu n*r woath, pa al< « woalWj, lava* * Hy mill to MT pnrt«f tt e UatteU tat«sor - L —uunUi, tnvartalilr I «I- It «ilitsrtbeM. «frvej «IthM by Ihruu*!. tu wall, 4o o t roaolvs tbelr paper •l« tbey Will pi«*a* nvury «*• if ilal which has a local application readily understood by those inter *sted: . - •«the secretary of the Deni*on Fair should be mor generous with the press of North Texas this year than he was last. The papers last year were liberal in publishing notices of the Pair and rewired in return "«tag' In- vitations. Married editors usually take their wiyos with them when to itiiU entertainments, and a • i a . i_t — _ _ «*L #v< they go ... ijiiwaw1 .a are uot inclined to take any risk of being held up at the gat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 August 1900

\ DR. W. DIM Office— Itoom a head And his beaten. rs for all Repairing shoeing can't be arantees All Work. M aw n VESTIBVUTnAIN5 TTL0VI5 AND KANSAS LIBRARY SLEKPLRS. HALLS ALi S HE Y/ÁV. „ °?«VATION IIAUVvi)1N;NG 2<suwf: 13 t':.e Cotton Belt fain which: \ leaves Waco at 7.45 p. m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort V/ortkat 9.55 p. m. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. It reaches Louisville at 7.35 second tac! ning, three to four lion i s r than the trains via all other' lint This train carries handsome free Chair Cars to Memphis, SÍC2DC! s tq Texarkana, Parlor Cafe Cat*, ana b UU1C it th Chair Cars and Sleeoers, jfo^Uana tó Memphis, . * . "< to Louisville If yon nrv TMr.Hnt of groins to' writ ( >t our Htelc b<*>Met/'A^y •,tlH,nion ftt ttu ttiir-rtaijiiuji UUl« a tor/ of a brfi ^ h trip from rIW# to LooiirtJl® %t coupln wlio i* bright aii<l IntervriUqi?. fthalj •w,t)rn,y «««Mw>e4 t l« them^awfty because the* trip ^ We git a Iton Bait. Very low rata will be *** <>ver t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 13 August 1900

s© wi^SffSSS¡ StCS*) ÍTÍ'V:.-:' - - • ••v.-rf t, 4jw « fg K 25 S?> .*'% i;1 ^1 *| £- ♦** i:?,# el: TT HQS. ¡J W. ÍHÍLEY. M ein & Bro. PFM* «IIMimH. •f ilrt the city «I Bridg«- y, on Tuesday «id tf.U and 15, 1900, at lQa.tn, on the fint KfoUówirig ia the p*o- ■ (or the occasion: bbmb.,. in.—«Invocation, icDowelljadtlrcss of j. J. L. Crawiord; re- BOa, Hall Coun- wgm Index; "Value of Good ' ' * ppearance and Mo- I W- S. Cadtfell, lal; <rWhat Stall Wo jf-Qun Candidate?" 3 Blade; "Char- trial Weat.¡£li| lent1;.,,. te the..Lo^^ ^ to ehanieally Neat Pa- ler, Decatur News; it Can We do to Increase Mem- and Interest in Our Abso- |! J. M. Shafer, Plainview raid; "Editorial Independence," orge P. Barber, Seymour News; ■ box, sday, 8:30 ; p. m.—Defi- I'roper Limita of Tai - , Gaut, Amarillo Advocate; :\%cal New and It?"' J. N. Dickerman, Democrat; "My lisperi- a Country Editress," Miss K arrisou, Children Bud- is preparing • warm tion. la tA vitiea, we tour of exploration coal minea....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 August 1900

\ '■ \ 1 ' ' / ' 1 ■ , . v •' efaor Corner, N. rom V 11,1, o- 15 Alary auce weatherb ed, chira horse lot ail fenced One half 3111 nil pape.r priuK >" iltivation per acre fyom 17—140 ao^on wan, lot) ftcroM IThis *3500- orthwest of fourt „ 18-1000acre^u,,iv,4fi°',rriX P paineeville, abo\u,,e',í oI\ 31 balance in timbel1® lce \ 50 sot8 of houses, wafer; Bois d' «rc% ,ü¿ loa 400 acre river bottoWL I nre lyifl at a bargain. W prices. Price 1 man, 7 der fe s "«J o wick or r obligation: ST HOUSTON STBK1T, SHKUIilM. TEXAS. imUD A* SKI *OOTt II 10* A* SBIIMAI, tUAl, Al BIOOXU-OLAU MATT**. ;i r l,. nTl l' UN', .lift" HI- BSSlPill mwmmtim ., ■—7* SHERMAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14.1900. |¡|ÉN 'i?&§$ Wmft ! MOORE. 0\7 rner Square, Sherman, Tffx. house, b of it, tí® can be _ one-tbiijbig, time, wfcod [7 acres northwest of Whites- cres in cultivation, balance ^e Orchard, large, well built ^arn, line fruit, and lote 11 of soft water. This And T betweeij liññ ioga* Teiu«. f>5 acrel tmh aC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 August 1900

ÍWÍÍrWl 3H. i tan Qvvwijíb papxr •f UuMrlptlMt irrtw to U( p*H ortfc otty «I l«i . mooUUj, lsTMl* i, wé With hi* host oI other friend* in hit home county ap- precíate the honor coming to oar es- teemed fellow citizen end congratú- lete hie party opón an honor so wor- tbily hwtowf¡^|^,:;^|^;^fe^||;'v Talk about the Philippines open- ing up a market for the South. How long would it take the South with its thirty millions of people to get rich off the trade of twelve trillion Fill pinos who work for three cents a day? That Is the way Hon. J. W. Bailey puts it, and in the question there is much food for thought by the expan- part of MM Unltod StatM or I por Huiulh, Invariably la ad- A TkirtT-nsTes tesrs. Die msV. ¡ÉÍSSÍHJ,* 3. — -~f . The Disappearing Cowboy, ' 11ÉÉÍI •* £,4u>ii ftss course* which was recently given lile is iapicUyp&Bsitig away uOWillf ofHltij'Siiterestirig awards Sm Ffewta , i. ta. imriM **"■ j ry\on ««U .. veil «liber bj ouritr or null. <W *&. ****** thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 August 1900

M'y'k v* MAN ICE CO. -•te- man, S $3500? 18-1 Gained balanc Beta of j water, I 400 aoi bad tttl "V-fc. numl but been as orted. hjact, vth previ fo tbe i look v«s^ [ vigorou# RB A 8f at bar c 6ft CI at ornox of ers for all Repairing rseshoeing can't be Guarantees All Work tPOB C & MOOR Comer Square, B Coiner, f ¡ái-jt&áSi.Xi nortbwe cultiva rd, lar am, tiue ft ell of soft ,t a good bij ash and ba £ prices 10 milei in coitiv^v::: small bous bad for $20 balance in 25—\07 boro, ft timber, >' ^o«Be> ofB°.° can be one-tbi time. ^ §> 20 man i ' der f« Tbw _ X of \ fon11 'j,iotv\ six IH :U 50 « blac \oat «re di •wU at cree, 340 .i timber, go' laud, in tb ny and the wn. They t and will Tl terms. Fo tion and ter T.iOV'S AND K MISAS CITY. PAKY ¿SLE£PtR5. LLS All THE WAY. ea norChea gouthea il, 50 a 1/"•• *?Vi<•* V r- r sark.ma to Mem to Louisville. - V| H1-' :y- ™ '/■ "" ¡íl ' M : ,\ .\ ATÍ&S^icy-ATTLW; ^ , Office to LinT Block. ) • , Sherman, To/. Linos i i'-Y ' ■ 3 Ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 14 August 1900

-J ' ' '. ' n m i W OLD «y$jS£!fl I j?-«¡f ¡mssii (yyKii %£■%& ' M'ri ) mm: M® iiTfllrfi" * Two Buftü p®,„ 1ÍS « §&/£$ T2S3S tion to tbe colony building there will be a central hospital building and an administration building. The buildings will be diff^ttt from of the New York^oohmy structures to the extent of being gé ntuubjii modified to suit thie climate. Each • colony building will be two stories. The buildings will be located on the highest elevation of he 640-acre tract belonging to the institution and perfect systems of waterworks and drainage will be established. It is Gov. Sayera' intention to make the institution the most perfept of its kind in the United States. the t out by fast and the _ ties sold freeetone (celebrated sd in the markets. i crop in other peaoh to some ox- ean be i canning fac- s. The canning ' 'tip tU« M¿- > cara of can HNtt^ears, , been, straw- i and it* ,ih§V ion of the ition is and jel- an opens |^?gag|' .lisy fet m«b i|p.f ^Tou understand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 August 1900

i i* "V - ■ smzsiw %- V ] 'V« ^-sSll ¡mi 5FB5BSSS X •' , • kmiuucd aí ru* ro«m k. <ok at bhkhman, iuai tiHIr.UttAIt. 1 1 AS. ornea or publication: 1 KA8I HO lie ION BTKItri, KiamfaraSl mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .*wt-,vW22 ;ij.-?tó¿í VOL SHERMAN, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15. 190Q. or R*. e ove Corner cnltivf 4 rofii" ■ at ! & MOOBED lomer Square, Sherman, Tex. 15—03 Alsiyne, 55 ance in timber weatberboarded ed, chimney horse lot, in goo all fenced. One half cash. -^[7—140 aerea si* Ulan, 100aer,ea in $8500. : ,1 miner- \ house, «' WfcA ' l bf Per I vjnie. w 29- man, ™ der fe This orthwerit of | fourt .uliiva«ou I six 1' F,eVf""( 81 leuty 50 ft' fence, * be blWl a and ^ ' are dial 18—1000 acres 23 i Gainesville,;'ábout half balance in timber, and sets of bouses, large. water, Bois d* arc barbed^ 400 acres river bottom. bad at a bargain. Write fori prices. 23—145 acres betwnen Collii^ and Tioga, Texas, <>5 acres' in cu' tion, 12 acres in pasture, timber, nue mile from'sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 August 1900

TBPSfl frinUDB Houston Htreet BICYC PAIR «HOP of aiMtjiviaKt w#i A sad BaatdjUktad. \ or Vmii ««(«I *"• Motovi. Tdlaphonn lM>t.' Rtots&Sticlit. official papw BHEBMA . ■tiw JB > aitj pari arm etty at par mouth, pajrabi* monthly, tunrt *DlV ■ ®5§&i H* ipftit to aay part of the Unltai status«rl Cansaa. so cants par month, Invariablj la ad- «ubaerlbari, served olthor by e*rrl«r or tb« malt, Oo on reestvs «fcsl* pape reguitiiv they will plead ' notify the btwlAddd DCMQCRATIC KOIiKEES. ; WfíÉémm$ WU J. HUTAB. for ÜW* ttesMsnt: Iff! Allí,&1K STEVKNUON. (Tor (iOYtimWM^ ■:/M joa. —. ' "" ■ —^ 1 WiiiLB the death of 0. P. Hunt ingtoo i« a serious loss to the indos- trial interests of Texas as well «i* oA- •r states, it is believed he will have a worthy successor jo H. JB Hunting- ton, a nephew, and vice president of the Southern Pacific system, who will probably sooceed him as president and general director. 1 Tub lift of the late 0, P, Hunting ton will be a sermon and a reve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 August 1900

HINK uarters for all Repairing Horseshoeing can't be Guarantees All Work. over T.LOVIS AND KANSAS PAUY SLEtl-Któ5. LLJ ALL THE WAY. r / Is the OAti/fi Belt, train whifc leaves Warn at -7.4J p. m, Corsicana at 10.00 p. ra., Fort Worth át 9.Í5 p. ra. anl Dallas at 10.1 5 p. m. It-reaches Louisville at 7.35 o'clock- the secqnd morning, from three to four . hours quicker than the trains via all other line This train carries handsome free Chair Cá,rs to Memphis, Sleepeis to Texarkana, Parlor Ca and both Chair Cars and Sleepe sera Texarkana to 'Ju. em phi phis to Louisville. J-f you aro thinking of goii)jL..k tho Rondton nt Lntifuvlllo wr.te f. r our little boofclut, ".A íMoii h Parlor Cafi- fJai*."' It I an «utertalutug littU #ti ry of a vn^ht young couple who made a trip from Tcxaa t> I^ulsfliU id a modem 1 y oqnifiptíd tr jn'. It l« bright ami Inters: time. Shotl we neml you onof Wo gi\ them away t*3cau*« tho trip Ucacribei!' wni made over th \ ery low wll Cotton Belt (ho he JONES F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 15 August 1900

ü- míÍA-^ -v' mm f L Domeitl í?—~!?5p c Use «( Solliifled Alr. v T mmm 1 I s SSSIi a H*é~; M ItiSfi ' Igpsf %WT¡§r' ^ ^1' gM? ick or Tan, Two Button, tV mm y* MM- ! organization '*^e7£¡¡ssmm íto Mlulog. turipua^pl IHéph Wmm "*lr Saralfc,'.? It ia believed that Sarah Bern- will soon be made a Knight Mission. It was founded oí the Legion of Honor. Aadone J. Warner over ten years as ten year ago it was proponed to thus epectaclea for from I moie than pairs of spectacles were r by the mission. A of 5 shilling receive cards for distribu- ng «Ubacribe.rSB m. The «yes of each arefully tested, and now, of good fajij a I womin has by thia mission to re- sent. f' PÜ Ül ionor. ■ of Ivertiaedga would; jpajr it the banking «These are the advertise be paid, regardless nwrH *arvia was and grand has to pay the debts of . • . Each Other, fig npect between se* life to Btand bj protection choose to call ■gabnse" U Smith was drawn up Simon Ohio and that Sen- threat- Toombs, M I approved the üssaul This...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 August 1900

if y • 'vfr- i piXisi' houston itnn, ansa*.**. i kxas. ANOTHER PEACH FOR SHERMAN. ■: : OmOK O* PUBLICATION: OL. 15. ) & MOORE. , what a e oyer h ver liafl s t hey aro hor Corner ,orthwe#t 0> cultivation >tuie, four teoty ol fence an be UmiO A? THB fORt to. 101 AT SHXAMAK. TKXA8, AS MCOWD-OLA88 MATTIK. . w ' i ' SHERMAN, TEXAS, THÜRSDAT. AUGUST 16. ¡orner Square, Sherman, Tex. INDUSTRIAL FBUIT DROPS ISTO THIS FAIR MAIDEN'S LAP WITHOUT ANT 8HAKINU. , i. — 16—63 aél Alstyne, 65 anee in timber' weatherboard* ed, chimney "i horse ltit, in goi all febced. Pri northwest of Whites- i boro, Sacres Hi cultivation, balance ernn« s<¡Qne half cash. 17—140 acre «i man, 100 aerea yi 13600. L 700/pi |88, L<)uj [B5, $'£ t ton o: foxioi xfp' Jb # 18—1000 aerea 23 rriiw a '< Qainesville, about bal balance-in timber and aeta of houses, large bar1 water, Bois d*1 arc barbed1 400 aerea river bottom. T had at a barg'ain. Write for prices. 23—145 aose between Colli and Tioga, Texas, 65 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 August 1900

■ HQP [Inda or ■ V" 1 ■ ' ■■vV,-Y \.; \" ~ ~ mmwm - laotrloKl Work. ><S RMdjUktad. ■;'.. Kgj. ■ ant ttmn Moto *. VmvI«> no 1M-3. Roberts & SticM. it > Ksst Hob «ton Street. it tub ofFioiAL r«m DITY Of SHERMAN, -Jgite *t Heta-erlptleni «kírter ta «uj parteru olty at at par monta, pajratrie uioniblr. lavart nail W My par of ¿fe* Uol ü States or l u tU to <s*at* par uioolb, lafurlabíjr I ad- vaneaA it «bMtrltMrs, aervi'd uftb«r by MnrUr ot th>uu«titbe wait, do ml receive ttielr paper ■««uiarlv way will |4eaw notify tee bailsest H- IIJUIIJ... 99 DEIOCRffl HOMDtt SSBHg £{■ ■ 'trintniiMi ■ - «« j. ■ ,tm vihrWNNipli il-fife' <1 ílS'líá AMfcü . pmy-MUOM, @1 JOS. I) «Al *• Wmm ■MP General, •for A 8. SMITH. *or Compt' oiler, -MM LOV* ||p i cóm«iMloa«r,. ii§á|í CUASLCS ROO AN for Mad „J Sl.l. 8uparlnl.oil.iH Public Jmiiucllon, i taitroad CouirolMlonfr, •> sroBiiY eS© CA1NM. •taJtoatSM, ■11 WaUAMB, Thk industrious Filipino makes three cenU a day when he works. One ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 August 1900

W0RBSÍÍ v for all Repairing shoeing can't be ill Work. arantees wlial & 8IVQ over had ha9 they aro r 7fs),<palen 88, 85, $2 00 tO(< ox fit ofctorda xfovila ¡ gH n fa VESTIBVLcD OftSEU HARVEY i AND KANSAS Y SLEEPEftS All THE WAY 1H5 TO ION I INS ^SESW.tw--••.vi--' :'--* w? Is the Cotton Belt train which leaves Wact at 7.45^p. m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. m. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. It reaches Louisville at 7.55 o'clock the second morning from three to four hours quicker than the trains via all other lines This train carries handsome free .Chair Cars to Memphis, __ Sleepers to Texarkana, Parlor Cafe Cars Texarkana to Memphis, and both Chair Cars and Sleepers, Memphis to.Louisville If you aro thlnkfciE of eoltig to th« Reunion at Louisville, write fur i.nr little bookldt, "A .lay on Parlor Cafo Car." It 1 an outtrtaluiiie little «toryof a bright young couplo who made trip from Toxaa to Louiarllle lo a modern ly equipped train. It Is bright and tnti r^s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 16 August 1900

u 5 IP Two Button S Ovfis ~&5l i n V^-r.' "■ "• v-pV-.: .-; j. vtji¿K-.^'^uasw«a *go tiw Cato- «*wl, which ¿A hí>ití*rmt i!t :?'-r sod moral eon- mgjj^ ie L. .Peck and the Baptiat oí ¡8 >N^4feftj4itó¿iU | ti^The first work of this kind was done by Joanna P. Moore in 1877, who started outtO téach tli? color- ed people to meet those responsibil- ítie not reached by tho public school . Her work waa n- stillinjf the right views concerning womanhood, wifehood and mother- hood mainly and distinctive^ with tornen and through women for the race, and a work which she thought mitst be done by women. , ? . ■,' "During the twenty-second year fSttifefr' itfl lii8tory the society lis. sup. time the board lo- plished; They HÉjKind tho ¿or the #P s&l of the pros fe* objects of were to do mi * lored women iheir is much need sol of this kind in Dallas; : of the condition of tho farted and aided in the support of 144 missionaries, who, during the whole of a part of the year, have worked ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 August 1900

V -!yV 51 OWtWM O* rCBUCATIOH: Jl# KA8T HOUSTON ttMIl, HHttUMA*. TK.T*9. bhtkkku «* th* VOL. 15, 1 - IC« AT 1RX.AB. AS SHERMAN,'TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 17.1900. lía'A^i Clearance j killing grasa and weeds'«that the salt ' will also kill trees, and euro niust.be taken not to place it nearer than twelve inches from the trucks. This it) a ttiuiple and cheap way of kf ep- ing your bidewalks clear of objection-, able growth. ^ wliat a shoe sale thin is gi jre ever had—and that's sayl/a |ver It.ijJ such a bargain op they aro right about it! <: \ i v ' ' iif^oiug to he. Biggest clearance People tell us opportunity in all their live*—aud u- V.. N \ I, vX ladies' Fif'"- Shoes- "OO. patt'nt leather, ivas [88, London kid, was $] [85, $2"Qü otfforéj am ^toe, oxfiird, was $2 oxfords (new stoci IptfoVds Hi: iJ fódorít ijH sizes", ottfui : few pairs (^icii was $2.60, now $1 95. as $2.60. now $2 00. s and íodora , now $1 80. $'J 00, now $1.80. stock) was $2.00, now $1.60. loras at $1.6(K [f the be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 August 1900

BÍOY V:'V«S*Í-: ,, j#S$l ssssssas Ms* Kind* or Kl.otfloal WovK. • Lina o* Tm.wxm itnd Vain Motora. «M* Sou ti Travl . Talaphona IS«-a. -. Roberts & Stiebt. _ {Sft'í: i. ~ - p i Kxwpt 8uud y at Uug House. , f I & WILSON. Props. 15 Kn t Houston Street. i#, the peopU, y Iré comparatively heal- thy in «pile of the disadvantage* of tb*ir surrounding and their mod of —Dallas New*, To he Hobsonized ia to be. kissed and then forgotten. §§§ 'tfJil mBmam PAW O^THB CITY OK nilKIJMAN. ' „.mw|p ''i,v¡V¿ ■ Kales of Subscriptions ♦; « 0 &JT «arrie* to any pari oPtba eltjr at month, payable u.uniiily, lovart «J partortíM Waltai States or u o nta per m«nlb, Invariably In ad- II «ubídribír*, Served either by carrier ot IbrouKli tb« wall, .to n.t receive tbelr papar tegalarlt tboy will fieme noUry tbe bnslnsM LJ ■■ J.ll .'.III t'lLIUUIUIHJ. L1WI SXNATOR HannA, it is said, $0Q templates taking the stump to help McKtaley and! Roosevelt out. In thia mm campaign. i is highly significant. te'iv...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 17 August 1900

&?* b 'fe 'g era for all Repairing rseshoeing can't be Guarantees All Work. Itraat. t ' wliat a slvQe Hale this is goin e over had—and that's Baying a hail BUch a bargain opport\jntV^_ they are right about it. i!K),'patent leather, was $.2 50, now $1 9 83, Loudon kid, was $¿.50. now $2,00. 83, $2 00 oxfords and fedoras, now to^pxfórd, was jkijjo, now $1.80. oxfords..(new slock)'was $2.00, 110 ptfbl-ds and fodoraiat $1.50. ijl! aiz«f, of the best $1.50 fill o few pairs (¡pel* were $2.00, 11 AND KANSAS ■SLEEPERS. All THE WAY VLSTI eduction e and Sec Our Bargai ¡SESk Ick, |l a m Wmi I U i !¡ ' "V vf I 2 ÍÍ1? Er. , Is t.he Cotton Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.45 p.. ra., Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. 111. and Dallas at 10.15 p. m. ■ " It reaches Louisville at 7.35 o'clock the second morning, from three to four hours quicker than the trains via all oilier lines. This train carries handsome free Chair Cars to Memphis, Sleepers to Texarkana, Parlor Cafe Cars Texar...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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