Daily Statesman in Marshall, Michigan
26 Sep 1881

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Daily Statesman in Marshall, Michigan
26 Sep 1881

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Daily Statesman (Newspaper) - September 26, 1881, Marshall, Michigan Goto the oldest drag firm in Eft Tott want m Edi Reiges which defy All the thirty third annual for medicinal and phys prescriptions Are made a Julty at Schuyler drug f we have on and Are re i new and elegant styles in Milu Hery embracing fancy Ostrich which Are sold at prices As Low As any place in also a Large Stock of zephyrs and Germantown yarns we would also Call your attention to our 99 cent Call and examine our goods be fore making your purchases else we warrant stamping done to remember the the new millinery of Brewer 134 state it Good morning we regret to that we have not come to stay but Hope to make our fou Days visit sufficiently interesting that when we Are gone you will feel we kindly ask your forbearance should your critical Eye discover blemishes in our new est we Hope before our Brief career is finished to eradicate All and present a paper that you will to All we would return thanks for the Hearty encouragement shown to the generous business men of Marshall who unhesitatingly subscribed to this enter prise we extend our thanks and we Trust that the daily will be a True exponent of the Enterprise and spirit that Are to be found among the patrons of the the business Man that invites you to Call and examine his Stock of goods has inducements to offer or his invitation would be the popular houses m any City Are those that and the increased business that necessarily follows the use of newspaper columns permits such men to offer bargains that old fogies claim to be the men that advertise Are invariably the big hearted and go ahead Tive men of any Calhoun Homer Lake is filled a new the wealthy Calhoun should have one of Thebes of not the annual fairs m the state Ite acres of Fertile Enterprise it cities towns and its Wel Todo s events quite sufficient prepare for the cold Weathe and buy your we have the largest line of cooking and heat ing stoves Ever brought to the every style and f my do not fail to Call and r look Over our in intense Stock of Nice we shall take pleas Are in showing them to you whether you wish to buy or Barrett several Home rites will attend the funeral of president j 1 t i t pc seeded at the stat fair last n p Hatch of who has been Vishi Newyork for several has returned to the f of is r a member of the executive committee of the state agricultural t ast Friday Deacon Joseph of i t pm Briark treated the Battle Creek Hose at the former the choral Union of Battle Creek once flourishing musical association of liable to Peter out on account of j Able musical 6 premiums at the state habited at the county the finest Herd in the our Market is supplied with the choicest Lotima the Homer Index is authority for the Fol Lowton Iteni a Union City calf catches and having devoured in the neigh boyhood of 40 at last to the Sweepstake race at the Michigan City tournament last week Union Hose co no 1 of Battle took the prize in seconds the Union Hose that City Are ice within a Short time a m has been made at the grounds earned encomium of Praise from All that have Ever seen or used fairs must be conducted on fair principles Ami these underlie the Success of an exhibition As Muyias certain methods form the foundation stones of other successful business a fair May be considered a sett advertising scheme gotten up Farmers May show the capabilities of their farms the manufacturer the his wares the merchant the Quality of his oils a Large attendance should be the of feet sought for by the and to secure those in charge should use every Means available to secure where a Man advertises in newspaper he expects sat the journal will be interesting to attract naders there May be features in its make up s to him Are absolutely but to his neighbor Are specially in giving prominence to racing matters Lieve the management have acted we base our opinion upon the Large attend Ance at the races in an avoidance of any hurtful discrimination 1 the Worth of any particular department should be stood the cattle with those of sheep and should not suffer individually or collectively that the horse department May be Given undue there is a Golden mean in this matter As in All the affairs of the track will be worked today and needs but Little labor to put it in excellent shape for racing it will be dragged and planed and any places washed out by storms fixed the temporary press stand has been pulled and for the accommodation o the county Pencil pushers part of the judges stand has been set has received some attention season and my of the Little inequalities in have been some grading has been done near the Large stones re and in other Way is very much in this Grove is Worth thousands of collars to the and in time when the improvements contemplated Are made will Itske the society grounds the most Beautiful in the the buildings have been repaired necessity re Muired the annexes to Floral Hall and the part have employed carpenters durig be and wherever Hammer and nails were needed they have been Large and Are being and will be needed should the attendance be As great As witnessed last the dining Hall will be conducted by the ladies of the congregational had it been possible to acquaint the exhibitors with the arrangements made forthe Observance of today As memorial work at the grounds would have been suspended it was practically and the manage ment do not wish to be misjudged in the master entries will be made today and the goods arranged and such other work attended As necessity May the track programme is As follows class for Farmers use and pro for Economy and Call and be Fahey Arger stoc and 103 state Martin my Stock of is i am Bec iveing new stocks and invite you to Call and examine the old the give me a Call and 1 will try to please you it tet the largest to Best cell sub 230 m to 2 in class a i p minute race 3 in mile Best 3 mile at n we sell nothing but the clip the talking up an association for the purpose of inducing manufacturing enter mile 3 in to v Nile Best q o j loud before the Union school furniture works Battle Creek will be immediately to meet the present demand for their the work of manufacturing will be carried on at the building occupied by the up to july 1st the school furniture is composed of gentlemen who will not be there is no Hall in the City that admits of so much ornamentation As the Wagner inf the Rescue Hook ladder boys have of rammed the Chande sous ers and while a number of ornamented ropes extend from these to the Wall miniature ladders tastefully arranged decorate the the american colors of Are displayed in Ihu passes anything in the Way of Liall decorating seen Here in we under the supervision of i Iii 1o6 state in addition to the largest and Best selected Stock of has added a full Lane of Fine and medium which he will sell at prices that be sure Titcom Najand at be sure and Call before dont forget the place nor 99

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