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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 September 1900

1 r■ liiiiii ■Mi UTWUID At m KNtttk- K A* •BUNAl M , XBiAB, A 8KPOWD-OLA8S MATT«B. = •BKKKAM. TIXAI W rUBUOATIOK: 111 BAST HOUSTON OL. 15. SHERMAN, TEXAS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18.1900. CHAMBERS Never Such an Opportunity! ! ■ - • ' ' ;/V- ■' - •. \ • , . - ' . ' ' Ever Offered !! XOO Pali* Ladles' Kid Glove* at Half Prloe. S . . . ' *tp-{ ■ . " . ( ' . $2,50 Elbow Length Evening Glove 76 Cents. 1 Trimmings, Lacea and Belts Almost Given Away. Men's $10, $16, $16.50 and $25 Suits go At $5.00. wm Men's, Women's and Misses' Shoes at 1-3 Price, o HUMBUG in this Sale. Every LOT a Genuine Bargain. M'g'r, [f You Want to SHOE Your Children and SHOE Them rith SHOES That Will Wear and Last Weil, BRING THEM TO ANDREWS'. WE ABE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF ¡1SCHOOL SHOES * FOR SERVICE. Andrews', (O llovth Vm*U MISTAKES COST MONEY, r, e^* m * m i M m é % But if you get me to fit you out in a neat, stylish fail suit you make no mistake. My fall goods have arrived and they in- clude the latest styles and mos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 September 1900

'i '• :r>; ■: ■: . (v,, ¡mft w *> W orh. AdjuM«d. WW Vvft'A"' •/■; A outh TmvU. -it-11-ÜL asas Hf ily, linil Jolted auto* oi ' bi/la*d- m ¿fe Ml MissJUlie HoAtJy, * wy popula :h > 2L or i:/Htk«r l>j «an ■■ i nut raeolv# ttwi* paper piMMMtirr U« buaiaeM imk u*. ;rj gtiPpp Hfil jko. w. uoflbim. , in teiete jit 1'ttfetta Instruction, t. u. nqtroAM*. HH InÉi 1 . J. sroBBY I iiikm; SjapSMBi ^priLtuiu. WMjnK "gifo* Í '•?' * at. der the gold democrat who might re- main in the Vaid «ociety" if 'hey eU sure of McrKinley'* election. of acceptance i* not half M that of McKinley. expect* a •traightforirartj^w- ion oí principle and declaration honest purpose to he laborious. Where McKinley used artful plati- tudes in dodging the issues Bryan briefly and «imply tells whew be stands and how he will do what tbe platform promises in uo ambiguous terms. The candidates are like the platform . McKinley found dodging the proper movement. Bryan «imply held up the Kansas City platform and said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 September 1900

r el í 6 i . r i 0 1 1 if i 1). HA1ZU*. y ATTOKN E Y-AI'-LAW. Offioe in Lina Block. RAILROAD. Maawwp--: --*o— RESORT POINTS. Our Agents can offer you LOW-—* ROUND TRIP RATES TO . THE Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. Oall or Write for Particulars. lAflf. 8, Tiiinun \ ATTOttNET;AT LAW, , ColleeUons giren prompt^ten" onf^ O So* op «tairs, pott once UuUdla*. QATTOM B. 8TEKD. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, ; 0«M over McJnnklns * MUU. Whiteeboro. 'lexss PR. W. 8. BOWDEN, DENTIIST, Sherman, Test* Office—Room 16, Murpby B'd'jr. Phono *74-111. S. P. B. MOBSK, Fan. Traffic Manager. HOUSTON. TEXAS. M. L. BOBBINS, G. F. 4 T. A. 1 5 < £ ALONG VE5TIBVLED TUAINS TO .VTLOVIS AND KANSAS CITY. OBSERVATION L1BBARY SUEtPEfcS. HARVEY KIN I Nú tí ALLS AU THE WAY. Is the Cotton Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.4a p. in., ^ Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. m. and Dallas 1 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 o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 18 September 1900

'■ v L. WSmwM ' 'ffiÉfmy*" |p%ávy/^r' PWll low«r than at way * . * % ,Vf K£9)' i^ESfe'l it business, lip -¿¿gatígpf: glpM H H i io i ••__! - .V No. 1:1 «Ml «Ha 0WIWMWM^^m ' <-' -■ ips •nd Find EasjiWB> H interest- |*'Bki il- ia did hand they fu glad of ibute of what H*ll met me ■á going to of and jail ■hip sil produce brought Iq, and Ave farmers, J. H. Dickaon, J. H. Cald- well, J. W. Pennell, Jeff Willi* * and J. W. Phoebus volunteered to ast a* a «olioltlng committee and laid they intended to «end at least a oar load of produce from Tom Bean feel confident that there will be 25 oar loada contributed in this county for tbe farmers are anxious to do their part and will do it. Sblpplaf Ulething. The ladies ol Sherman today ped several boxes of clothing, ready to the flood sufferers at Oalve* mm Agreed Verdict. In the ease of B. Bouse vs. M., K and T. Bail way eompany there was a judgment rendered in favor of tbe plaintiff. Valuable Animal tilled.| A valuable saddle mare, proper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 September 1900

4 1* ->£• s 'H"j ■ i ■ OlIICl ov FOBUOATIOM: U8 *AST HOUSTON nXKKKT, 8HSKMAM.TXXAS imwuto At ram roan - ica ax ■ TUCAS, AB smwafs iJsjteliM !VOL. 15. SHERMAN, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.19< HSKUffi ;"Lj Jmgr mmm SÜ IS BI i® |i|w mwm ! « Greatest Bargains Ever Offered 1 ! lOO Paiv Ladies' Kid Gloves At Half Price. $2.SO Elbow Leng'th Evening Glove 75 Cents. Trimmings, Laces and! Belts Almost Given Away. Men's $10, $15, $16.50 and $25 Suits go at $5.00. ■ LOTS. Men's, Women's and Misses' Slioes at 1-3 Price. illii illliifli II mm® ■ .v. v 4 ' • £ ÜR No HUMBUG in this Sale. ¿— Every LOT a Genuine B i-gain. Mi mm w iv' Wm\ mm ¡üü [CLARA BARTON IS STRICKEN "pire is resolved upon William. by Emperor FHE ANGEL OF THE RED CROSS BECOMES VERY ILL FROM OVERWORK AT GALVES- TON. 4J®AD BODIFS a\ FOUND HOURLY Bodies All In Bad. State of De- composition and Burned as 8oon .as —Martial Law Prevail .., Scrlpp3-MtRn« Press Association. ¡Galveston, Sept. 19.—The work of stractiiig, dead bodie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 September 1900

-Vi tkwm, il- keep your m steal one effec- ' purifier is "Myftiherh* i blood And ft $*r$Ap*rtiU rruuit HUB ¡.Wl'-tii#: „ jv m&i ■«mS HHrMwwMl'W BH||mbhéé^™ :' ■ v'" "* 7,vl' y« r,.£¡^£¿1 " '• v ;; .- ■ rr> -4•$&£ • ?: ■ r;'jn ■ :¿ -:-"• w-.. :>r- • \ • v?.- -A® « , ú by Sher- 3®?«gS&: í n' ■gpS rwmwpíli na, reglare 1 Milton known in private si Edward Curran nee MU Fay, the daughter of en old man' most prominent and enterprl - \"™* ing oitisen . This Judy wm boxn and n thfi reared in 8b nnan an! previous to entrance on a profesional oareer, <e five year ago, aba WM * great favorite in aooial circle I Sherman, has advanoed rapidly In ber n aa § «rabrette, and established an enviable on and recognition a an >f ability. A special feature of ork 1a har triitLio dimciDflr And W WW eivviti *e o clever ainging apecialtiea. popular leading lady, Miaa Xlla wbo baa appeare$|te tbe fprominent atar ,w « an attractive acqoialtion^T addi- "" tion to her elevernee # an actre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 September 1900

m *~r~ wmm RAILROAD. VACATION •;VV ■TO- RESORT POINTS. Our Agents can offer you X 7 I.OW-—* ROUND TRIP f RATES Mountains, THE L&kOS and Sfeashore, Call or Write for Particulars. 8. P. a MORSE, Pass. Traffic Manager. M. L. BOBBINS, G. P. A T. A HOUSTON, TEXAS. -Id&v'«¿¿V rm de-j ■•>1 - •Sf I ii ■x * JfWjp Is tht Cotton Belt train ■which leaves Waco g.t 7.45 p. m„ Corsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. in. ani 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 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 ara thinking of foing'to th.a Reunion at taubville, write for our littlalMX'klet,"A day on a Parlor Caí C'nr." II. ii an ent«rtuiuli>K little story of a bright yimng coupl'i who mulló a trto from Toia to in a modernty ««nipped t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 19 September 1900

Jh&: ¡MM ■PfTp «Slbl ■ ;-v ■ ■ É r .. tl\ fI ' MS mm )e ■Mm0Í, HnSk to, Whites- •ffip BM i beautiful celluloid ired album 11 |f¡|g smm Wm wmmffi MM _ an BHSllow prices. took of new Dress s for fell SIS?; m ip/w-n *«!**? I it aajp^y ^ ery Night. " ' V' . . Colored Odd fc'ellows. The Colored Odd Fellow today gave $5 to Mayor Fielder to be used in «id of the flood aufftrers. ?,>)/ AtHlpuil # Med. • «J A ten days since mention *m ■nade that a valuable mule wan found in tbe barn one morning by Jame* Minear of the Cook Spring# neighbor- hood with ft« lei broken and that VJiDear fell satiefted that it nr(M the work of aomeone with malicious pur poae. Today it became Decenary to «hoot the animal. Minear told a Bkoistx# reporter that he wan more than ever satisfied that aomeone bad purposely maimed the animal. A NSW HEARING. Granted in the Wade Case from . Fottaboro Yesterday. In the caae of H. P. Wade, who was given a three months sentence and a fine of 1100 for the alleged ob- struc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 20 September 1900

I agpS I M ÍI \ I -§:C sí nr m I 'IS írovi onin or JPUBUOATIOM: lu JU.M- HOUSTON STKBC1, UHKUMAN, **XA . knt«ksi> as xm* fosik to a* ubkmam, mu, as mocwo-slam I i.. — . i • ■ ' ■' i.,..i. 11 i : ——~ , i J ii'VI i i , . y VOT,. 15. HERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. —- :— SMOKE WITH \ Never Such tin Opportunity !! Greatest Bargains Ever Offered !! lOO Pali' Ladies' Kid Gloves at Half Price. $2.50 Elbow Length Evening Glove 76 Cents* Trimmings, Laees and Belts Almost Given Away. Men'i $10, $15, $16.50 and $25 Suits go at $5.00. LOTS. Men's, Women's and Misses' Shoes at 1-3 Prioe, No HUMBUG in this Sale. W. R. Every LOT a Genuine Bargain. IT, M'lt'r, THE GERMAN UNPERSTANDING OF THE EMPERIOR'S SPEECH WAS NO CHINESE SHOULD BE - MADE PRIS0NER8. slaughter was Indiscriminate he Viceroys Are Dtermined to Pro- ! tect the Empress Dowager; The Attack On Pe Tang Begun. i A. By Bcrlpps-McRae Pre Association. Shanghai, Sept. 20.—Germans in China are interpreting the Kaiser's speech to give ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 20 September 1900

! ; BppM fpfpl . >«#•!> djr, tavari- lyia a<t- - B«tt going ahead m it never | G«t your shoulders to end above the «trt of If jron «oil your coat you will have * better obenoe to get • B#w one, Chairman Jokes i encouraged and tbia morning laya claim to Connecti- cut and New Jersey. Both states have gone Democratic, and with snob old time leaders aa Olney and Cochran and Qorman in harness again, the two atatea may «ell the aame old atory in November. '^&Sí enthuaed over cotton prices tbia year put all, or the niost of their land In cotton next year t ia a wiftna . question and the way it ia finally answered means great deal. Piversi- oat be kept up of we will lose the gM^bs^geon^. it. p alvehton is displaying an en mm i ,,, mM' :V B-OAIMI . 3W¡t?Á. wiM.1 «i, WBSssss.'r'" , *l(M DUti" - iMfS mm PS r ¡&m.~ WÉ®§Wém M I ^ ¿ It , ASMOLO. . í V «. V. BAXl'KK. lAttnrm. j.K.isvnx. at; Clark, - t A¿ W-k ionth or over ■ year to maintain the aer- i now haa and the wfterwork i f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 20 September 1900

I ft I ¡X |/| ■ 1 * r" WjM i ®T BAILEOAD. Wmm-é m: Jter* * / -TO- RESORT POINTS. . :"TV"4?>'ii ■/ liaf-''i ''''* ;M* • £ I Our Agents can offer you w&m Mountains, ROUND TRIP JiMpi mm UU TO THE and SJfvtíj*m'l'ifHMwCT^SlW • v'jT'iv Seashore. Oall or Write for Particulars. . . :$r "■; ■ S.F. B.MOBSK, Pan, TrafficJCww r, Ml; Si M. L, BOBBINS, G. P, AT. A, HOÜ8TON, TEXAS. f 5oí;írríSHG TO Stl ALONG k35 VEST1BVLED TRAIN5 TO JT.UWIS AND KANSAS CITY. OBSERVATION LIBCAKY .SLEEPEfcS. HARVEY DIM NO HALLS ALL THE WAY. ^>,¿.1*5X.J.,.. láUSüu* Is the Cotton Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.43 p. m., C'orsicana at 10.00 p. m., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. m. 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 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 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 20 September 1900

Will fitopsi ÉKfW *i- ' -*"**—'8 shoes to 'i/.' iVím¡i\ ./¿eí ■X- wffiWw Mmm a beautiful celluloid covered album r I¡§f PL mmm our large stock of new Dress g and Shoes for fall usual low prices. M: mm i i Eggas i SÉ m Every Night. igi mrnfrmmm La ; mm ant ■ .S:^. ta wanted county. * awry Travis, f P| Wo. SpSMg; LOKETT, M¡¡ D. f, low ami TSroit, I and rrMWibvd.| DHtlng'a Oros «torn, cist aid* COURT Under Whioh Obangee mm$® Wwt Aík ^'^^ b following cases were transferred l the civil district court of Gray- to the federal court t . Lowery ft. nd •nd Pao! ft o ' : -. V 'V o< j personal injuries. vs. Missouri, Kansas railway; personal Injuries. Pacific and that part Kansas and Texts charters from t and upon that the removal «ont«*t attaris. flee and Tea In O. W. SlIIUDIR. ftfli IUi i •ADMITTED TO BAIL. The Case Where Marriage License is Cause of Trouble. D. B, Thompson, the young man arrested yesterday afternoon on the charge of having aworn falsely, to se- cure a marriage license, wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 21 September 1900

Mm ) !. * « v- V ':\4' o wh -.'-A ■ - W#F m TH* rost( a- to* AT OVtim 0* PUBLICATION! Ill *A T HOUSTON STItXn, BHKKMAll, *KiA9 ' I. ' i': mm VOL. 15. SHERMAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.1900. mm ifS® X an Opportunity! ! mm&mm loo Pair Ladies' Kid Gloves at Half Price. $2.50 Elbow Length Evening Glove 75 Cents* . Trimmings, Laces and Belts Almost Given Away. Men's $10v$15, $16.50 and $25 Suits fifo at $5.00. LOTS. Men's, Women's and Miase ' SÍboes at 1«3 ^rioe. if No HUMBUG in this Sale. Every LOT a Genuine Bargain. & n% CHINESE SITUATION. foreign office is convinced- that all the pOwera will do likewise. Another Plague Case. Uva je Dr. ' MORE ANTI FOREIGN - DEMON- STRATIONS ARE REPORTED IN 8HON TAK DI8TRICT. . THE AMEUICAN CAVALRYMEN Are Very Much in Evidence in the Movements In and Around the Stormiest Centers. JBy Srrlpiii-MoRafi Pre* Association. Hong Kong, Sept. 21.—Anti-foreign rioting occurred Wednosady, in the Shon Tak district, Ann three missions were destroyed. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 21 September 1900

¡msés^: WW will meet ts tfcat charter | ffiMM asked must be ptade ce, If 1 generally '• only chance sewerage la to auk Uto len- to tttneud the charter re- bS™£ the percentage of bonds ¡lowed'to Issue to such a enable the floating pi an 100,000, as will construct m of sewerage control. ; > 1 vt,/■ mm mmSuBm k-?ssfep «11 ■ ,,.jap mm ti H. Ely comea back from the and says that the Insur- there would collapse at > hut for tho-hope the people tHere Bryan will be elected and encouragement Bryan* followers giving them. It la a matter some interest to know just what kept tho Area of patriotism burning the Filipinos for three hundred years opposed Spanish domination $vea ideut Ely as presumptive as b« Is, cant «ay that the hope of Bryan' ilíÍ6li ¿W#.Í®Eí;5ílS: 11 hare the Hilt of public aohool hooks at my «tore. Call for one and procure your books tbls week. Be sure to get the right editions, ffins5BjaaMIE88i'Hpoh Pxkry. 1 Itt 'iMsAJMfca^aa Wmú ^ D| OomfiaraUvely few people aw aware^i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 21 September 1900

■sfamflt RAILROAD. VACATION RATES RESORT POINTS. TO-- E Our Agents..... can offer you i Qtii/ _rr ROUND TRIP RATES TO -THE Mountains, Lakes and Seashore. Oall or Write for Particulars. I, D. BiMZUP, . ATTORNEY-A.T-LA. iá Lin* Block. «• fit nan, Tax, UIM. . VJUtNOH . K ™ ATTORNEY-AT LAW, , Whltewrl*ht, T>1M Collactioa* given prompt attenUoa. OMoe op stairs, post office bulldlof. QAVTON «. STKKli. A1TOUNEY-AT-LA W, §M Office over MoJuuklns * Mills, W hi toaboro. 9«IH l*R. W. *. BOWDEX, :' DENTIIST, •*•. i'v ShfrmtB. Ttoxto:>-'$ Oflics—Room 15, Murphy B'd'*. Phone «Mr . (Miss) J. C. Langford, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON . for Woman and Children. wt super- thout P. J". B. MOKSS, Pass. Traffic Manager. houston, texas. M. L. BOBBINS, 0. P. A T. A. *«* ■• fj>> 'firotr- ápuhmr. SOMETHING TO 5?L ALONG €Tj VESTIBVtED TRAIN5 TO JT.LCVIS AND KANSAS CITY. OBSEBVATION LIBRARY .SLEEPERS. HARVEY DICING HALLS MI THE WAY. <*** V Is the Cotton Belt train which leives Waco at 7.45 p. in....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 21 September 1900

"OR POUHCAL HEA60N8. tf ■ / ^X- j . y ' ' \ - nmírit 'Printers' Say TWy Wepe DltcharcftU. És . ,r y any Houston Street 0121 k l i¡lii¿2 onM| for fell ■ • • j,. .■W. .. .. „ . - jPWPPÍi turned in last night about apparatus from both into weat Houston atreet near the intersection of Lincoln. Street light wires had become en- tangled in the, branches of a large cottonwood tree and .blue blazes were flashing to the alarm of the residents of tie vicinity. ■ $feÉl| Ifc-A- -J TRADES ASSEMBLY. i 1 H % m 8 ? w A Meeting ¡at Which Little Ooiild Be Accomplished. Wm& MjjpPpi sas= im T?TP?BHi have raised sotnetbing near $95 for the benefit of the Hood sufferers. They will repoit at « meeting of the lodge tonight, notice of wbioh ap- pear elsewhere. : H . ▼«♦let Ureve, SE'-fiS iS¡¡ A regular meeting of Violet Grove I No, 77 Woodmen Circle tonight. All members are «queued to bsf present, j MARY Hambm , W. G. Emma Wwimkofv, Olerk.g; I sIpfeM Defojed Tr*ln«. J§J§§§ The Cotton Belt ih boand eveni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 22 September 1900

V \í\ VV 3' - W3.XÍ mtm !, ' .V^. Y'':''' ' ':V^V'-J >■•■ • ,r-' OiriOl Or rUBUOATIOK: lU MIT HOUSTON STREET. BHKKMAM, TEXAS. WPiliP^llilPiiiiliiiiiP.1 1 ■MTUUtD At THE romi. 10 At «fMJUI AM, IH4I = •i'lLTirs , HM3L11 Si fc,.,ga,(&j M'- •' HfrwwiffBn*?' sfS^J tPllW';?:''V!: ''V I 'Mwiitiifiiiifini1! nimin mi' VOL. 15. SHERMAN, TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22.1900. Qsiiii V YOU warn tiMMH Never Such an Opportunity t! Greatest Bargains ®ver Offered.! S loo Pail' Ladies' Kid Gloves at Half Price. $2,50 Elbow Len{¿th Evening Gloire 75 Cents* Trimmings, Laces and Kelts Almost Given Away. Men's $10, $15, $16.50 and $25 Suits tfo at $5.00. LOTS. Men's, Women's and Miases' Shoes at 1-3 Price. -T~ 7 0 No HUMBUG in this Sale. Every LOT a Genuine Bargain. W. R. tinatnen aey fly d throw birds tc fashion ey p'tcb alls a id si Penab'.a ■ of Vir- it bene- md, be- through pe from Bred th* THE SUPPLIES COMMITTEE. A Gratifying Account of Their Stew- ardship. 1 :o. - When the appeal came from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 22 September 1900

; & StfCbt. oí Me- about that way. Z m apathy In Con níul to the storm lew to cot- •-B, Jome are cheerful and nay that the left In good shape Hope will not down ft north Texan. / due publication days prior to the asking to give notice that an applies mude to the legislature amendment . : If would OT get bucIi an amendment to authorise ii sewerage bond Issue there is not and upon Mje striking mlnars at Shenandoah, $%., yesterday may be construed by the trusts to be the only way oi t of the dlfflculty, but the pub- lic will be slow to. accept their view of it when they think oí the innocent fltlto girl killed.by the officers' reck- leB* 4 The contract turn been Awarded a Sherman man and work will be com- menced In'the displacement of dirt • making necessary fills for depot not later than Oct. X. on ft few days That load like business and the real benefits will be apparent when the men begin to draw their weekly stipends attd turn It loose. Miss Jewett, who wanted to be the 'Joan o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 22 September 1900

-y ^ RAILROAD. j¡ \ VACATION RATES . * í ; 11 * % ' —*0— v ■ RESORT POINTS. 1 Our Agents can offer you LOW^-* ROUND TRIP RATES MOUÍL Seashore. Gall or Write for Particulars. B. V. B. MORSE, Pass. Traffic Manager, HOUSTON, TEXAS. M, L. BOBBINS,«. P. A T. A. SOMETHING TO SEE ALONG ' '/ ' ' ' m VLSTIBVLED THAIH5 TO ST.UMS AND KANSAS 055ERVATI0N LIBRARY JLECPCttS. HARVCY DINING HALLS AU THE WAY. £%££&£&SSMSSt Is the Gotten Belt train which leaves Waco at 7.45 p. m., Corsicana at 10.00 p. ra., Fort Worth at 9.55 p. m. 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 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. It you are thinking qf gola* tó the Reunion «t J-onUvIlle, write tut our little booklet, "Ad * on a Parlor Cafe Our." It! an entertaining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Register — 22 September 1900

p V" wfaool* w\«ordi«l}y [oli- spec)fie be shall begin not lujar than <W4I üct. 1, and have saine ready for steel aotnew itJiln alKty days. It may also be Interesting to know this contract contemplates the placement and filling In of 82,282 y arda of: v< The people do not, the Register be- lieve*, approximately realise the Im- mense improvement* about to be pat here by one of the greatest railway system* In the United States. IS «¡i north of to I HmM MM street, e*- <*tv«d showing th^t the Inter-Urban ot the aort of expect to put on said iM a®** words «later- |to' do street car aer- een "up-towa" and Maxey ere will be no particular ob but , if cap are to run out as through service only, and Sherman there Will roque arch Notice. S|; . Paul's Congregational Church, *treet.í|é^^||íl' W. Doyle will preach tomor- 11 a. m., ami 8 p. m. Wednea- Camp Donation. H soliciting «Me to see all the Post Oak Camp and the continue until Monday when I. lítJm , TWO A(IRItTI> puty Sheriff La...

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