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Of tUtt BOtO-TRADK fmcchaxer we hake thm otter to too
3S Sewing Machine $ 1 m
nm.v wmum m in yf With Attachment Mt JL r?ttrr
MKT PAY AN AtBNT TMUX OR POUR TIMES
Al MUCH POR A HAOtTOE THAT M NO BETTER
READ HAS EXTRA HIGH
ARM. FlfiMt CMiatrattlMii
Ptrfactly TlUmt BMrin(i
Makaa DaukU Ltkk, Nan
Rlpplnfi Stitch Atlka m Sath
Sldaa al tha Fabric.
Aftrictly Hlih Grad
Machine Wick by On f
th FerOTnoit Winuiac
turwt. Q u r Price
Maker Model "A" Bae
Hind Rubbed Quarter
Sewed Oik Caee. Heed
tjw Ye Can Value RHUHlf
Kw Uke Theie Only In tha V Mfl
by Cover of Machine.
WORKING PARTS ara mad at tha batt
frail al atttl, hardenad In ell and will lait
e lifetime. Simple and aubatantlal In eon
AUTOMATIC BOBBIN WINDER.
IMPROVED SPRING TENSION WITH
AUTOMATIC STITCH REGULATOR
CLP THREADING SHUTTLE
BFLF THREADING NEEDLE
POSITIVE, FOUR MOTION
FORGED STEEL PEED
Covered by An Ironclad
Ten Year Warranty
With Twa Han,
Drawere at Each
End and a Drawer
In the Middle.
Inlaid Tape Neae
ure Along Trent
el the Table.
Latcat Style Rib
ben Stand. Eaiy
Ball Bcarlnfe la
al the Treadle.
You will Mud this machine mmpletflr dcsrrllied In our mammoth HOME-TRADE PRICE-MAKER CATALOG and
In It yeu will find a template thawing el the belt maehlnea made In all daalgna priced at lower llgurea than have ever
bailee been eeeted the people at thie community. This applies in all lint's nf merchandise.
THE 704 PAGES OF THE HOME-TRADE PRICE-MAKER art- full of ldK ,lues In
ktahdartl merchundi. made by the best, niuimfui't tirr In America, priced ;it lower
figure than win have seen lie fore on tit same urdes of iiiercliiiinllsc.
OUR ASSOCIATION wild an orpinlatlon of .V0 of tlir Itest ltd nil Merchants In the
Cnltd SUtw enables us to ileal with the manufactuiers on m UiI not Mttitimihte
by any oilier luercJmmlli-liiu cniit'etu in America, no matter htm In rue It may Ik.
DO NOT BUY FROM ANY
ITS QUOTATIONS WITH
OTHER CATALOG UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPARED
THE PRICES IN OUR HOME-TRADE PRICE-MAKER
Our Binding Guarantee of Satisfaction or Money Back
Goes with Every Sale Made Through Our HOME-TRADE PRICE-MAKER
Why McNulty was In St. Joseph
A law lint of Wall Paper at
Phillips' Prutf Store.
-Hall fell at Henry llcrshm-r'a
plare Monday of tills week.
- Yon will tlnd the latest pattern)
In Wall Capcrat. Chimps' Drugstore.
.lot Hanisay ami A. Carter, of
ForifM'.ui'. were St. Joseph visitor,
- Harry llcwctt. t lie Hluclow black
sinlih, Is under tieuttnent in a Kan
sas City hospital.
Dr. Wlillsell, eye anil oar special
ist: s(! corner tit It and Kdmond. St.
Joseph. Ilotli IMiom-s, n;t.
Don't forget the I'latlt sale at tin!
Variety Store, l-'rlday and Saturday
of tills week, afternoons and evening
Hull In tfoi"l iiianlltlcs fell at the
II. Ilallcy place. Just north of
town, Monday evctilnu about .1
Mrs. Marv Kinney Is prepared to
id as nurse in ases of contlneineiit.
Kxpeilcticfd in the ptactice. Home
Ktder li.twson was so ludlspo-ed
is to lie unali'e to meet Ids appoint
ments last Sunday. He is alile now
to he out some.
Will Derr hail a car of mixed
lock out on Tuesday, and Daw: liel
In had a car of eat He out. TiiestutT
went to M. Joseph.
Win. II. McCtilluni. nf St. Joseph
and Harriet Anno obtained their
ni.irtlauc license In St. Joseph. Wed
nc.ila of last week. Ma I.
Mis. I t;i lit Showalter. of Sharp's
tiioe. Is a patient In a M. Joseph
ho-pltal. She Is now convalescing
fioin an operation for null stone.
The new elevator at Hluelow Is
neat tut: completion. When completed
II will he one of the best along the
tallioad line between Kansas City and
Bio 10c boxes Raisins on
sale Friday and Saturday, at
box : : : 5c
KREEK a HASNESS.
: : : MISSOURI
THE OXFORD SEASON IS
We have a
Including all the
THKYAKK NOT ICRS "DIAMOND BRAND." madtt owr sp.'.-ially .IrniKiiril
lasts tluit Kivi) tliKin Individuality and .Stylti, JOvury pair is art"tilly mailt by
Kxpurt Sliint Worker from Soloct Stock, Solid Leather through and tliroiiKli and
will ivt! (1001I Woar as well as pivcttiit a pltmsiitp; appttaut:).
Wc arc prepared to fit every member of your family and can save you money on your Shoe bill.
THE FITTS-BUNKER MEIl.CO., .
COME TO US FOR YOUR SHOES.
Eighth-Grade Students Entertained.
As Miss Thomas and lier eighth
favors and room tlecurat Ions. After
! refresliinentK came a splendidly ren
dered literary and musical program,
.111 ulil.ili nil ruwiwiniliifl li..;irtlU Al.
trailers were entitled to a quarlr . er a J()1J , , , ,
holldayFr.Iaytl.eaflemo(na..dearly , c1(rtl) am, ,hlll. W)rt
evettliiK' hours were spent, at. the , vt) , e ,erR
charmlhtr country home of larery ,;,, , his class Is future reat-
ntzmaur ce. a student. and class.na e. , , , Kai.,y,mn , fo s u
Such a Jolly crowd of twenty-two! . (se,
.... I.... .....A .....I I.AM 1 t
1IIU JOIOIK Ilinirw IICI K"cnin mmmm
Mrs. Nelle Itankln and Kllahetli,
snenl several delightful hours totfetl
er. After romping HiioiikIi the wood
and fragrant oruhatd, wading In the
creek and elilin: Miss Thomas with
wild apple blooms all repaired to
the house, where, another ifoort tlmo
was had. Tim class colors, old and
white, wore daintily carried out In
ofTarkio; Mrs. Ileltecca Yoiiiik and
children, of Mound City, were the
Hiitsts 1 f their mother, Mrs. Kinma
HriiKB, this week. -They returned
home Wednesday, Mrs, HratfB k'olnir
to Tarkio for a week's visit.
I'. (i. Lacey, pastor of the I'lisl
Presbyterian church, Mlchtleld, Min
nesotii, was heie. last week, visiting,'
his father, (. V., at Malt land, and
his brother, J. P., of Oregon, and olh
er relatives In the county.
The lliblu students of the Chris
Man church of this city hae entered
into a contest with the Savannah
Chi M Ian church lllhle class. The
Special to Close Out.
lames Hunker, of near Kortesciic,
wlio has been veiy sick for several
weeks s now t'eellni: much bet tel . and
It Isthonuht that lie will sunn be able
to be up and around.
Illchard W. Cent ry. of the llibl
Collctie of our State I'nhcisliy. will
pieacli at I'nlon next Sunday at I
o'clock and at the Christian cliim
In 1 Iii'k'oii In the eNenlnt;-
Dr. Kvans went out to the home
of Thomas Ihuusay, on May 1st, and
as a result there is 11 little ulrl baby
in that home, ami K. M. Norris has
ureal -ureal -t;randl.iut;hter.
Auvonit havliiL' cattle and horses
to pastille diirlm; the coining seasun
addiessii. K. Hush, Naplet, Mo., for
teims. This is a tame and wild trass
pasture with water and shade.
Tom Stoiey. of ralir. and loin
lleaiicliamn. of 1-alM ily. were herr
'I'uesdav visit luu old ft lends. Not
wit list andlm: their advanced ears
I hey are a pretty lively pair jet
James ..isill Is hiiildiuu a law
hav barn 011 his timier faun In the
'ranklln district. This in connec
lion with his concrete tanks and 11
ervoir will make an Ideal past inc.
Jiul.e VanCamii was In our ell
I'uesilav and IhiukIiI a mule of H
Slallard. and when leadinu It out o
the lot In some way It broke Its leu
llr. HulliM'k set the broken leu. I "i
est City News.
Don't be a loafer, ounu man.
(here Isnothlnu to do except to whit
tie drv-unods lioxes and spit lobacc
juice on the sidewalk, uct a IMi hoi
ami ko hiwii to the river; win will ;
least lie out of sluhl there.
-Mrs. W. F. Drelnjr, of near (!ri
ham, Nodaway county, Mo., Is still In
the hospital at Kansas City, wlu
.she has Ih-cii for severel weeks. Hi
husband, Will I'., Informs us that she
Is Improvinu some now. She 1
ilaiiKhler of Mrs. .lames Ivtieale, of
-Charles D. .ook, who hadaMtvere
attwk of vertluo, caused from bill
loiisnuss and an acute attack of hull
uestlon.Ttiesilay evenlnuof this week,
Is now fully recovered, and would In:
at his place of business, were It not
for a hlluht discoloration of Ids left
optic, which he lecelvcd In fallluu,
and which lie facetiously tells his
friends was received while he was an
onlooker at a lloosevelt and Taft con
vention. -Mrs. Will llrautf and Mrs. Lucy
Munn entertained a number of lady
friends at the home of Mrs. II., Tues
day afternoon and evening of this
week. "4'J" was the afternoon amuse
ment, and cards in the evenlnu. He
freshments were served. The Wo-
Extra Nice Mackerel,
Always the Choicest Outs of Meats, both
Fresh and Cured.
Highest Market Price Always Paid for
Produce of All Kinds.
Yours for a Larger and Better Business
All the Time.
Savimr Self denial for eani
and vearn. iutt to met a Mail
onlv hi be witKsl out in a few'
niinuir. 1011 cannot nay with
out notice as man v do. Toil
times that your
sims should be
anoihernot.ee NUW. ))ucan tcef
i..i,,,, u ln.n tin- mrm i racimr. I lie rnce ot I
Neclect mav mean a serious losMomoirow aikouf I
rrpiwiiU'lvr ler fnouiri iwmj rm. i 71
w m m m m 1 mm
T. L. PRICE.
A Wealth of Most Charming Side Trips if You
Go Via the Burlington
Co West this summer! Spend your vacation toiirlnu the I'.icillc
Coast. Stall at Colorado. Visit the I'ike'.s I'eak llculnn, the
Itotal (iorue and Colorado's many oilier natuial phenomena.
Then see the miaiiit old missions of California. Visit San Dieuo.
l.os Anueh's. San 1'ianclsco, Seattle, Cortland. Vancouver and
many other points alotiu the coast. The lliirllnulon oilers 011
unlimited opporlunll les for Interesliuu side trills.
A Burlington Man Will Help You Plan!
Decide to uo rluht now, via lliirllnulon. Safety block signals.
Uood wholesome meals "lliirllnulon Seivlce." Ask me for com
plete Information as to cost, accommodations, etc. Ask me for
f Illustrated literatiue. Let me help you plan y our Hip!
Come in loil.i).
Minimi'i Tnio-Ut TleUelsnii .Mint-1 In Si'iilemln r
Sitliitly liiitn I Tines 1111 rri lulu it. tli's
J. D. BAKER, D. P. A., ST. JOSEPH, WO.
W. A. LALOR, Ounoral Patsfnger AkoiU,
208 N. Broadway St. Loui, Mo.
TMIC 4iiiiile.H'l small frilll. Voinm. mil In I'Hih" km. .'ai'ii-s slnin. Cinu
I nli ...r.i. ' . - ,, ...I i.iiii ..mil... miI.i it, M. ,.ii,.i' A i'i,.. i?Ii1i(iil'ii nn in
I'l'lirn 1,1 SIH'lll'I'l' urns , .r.ii. I urn ir-. 111 hit ,-ii,, t-ii". iim. , i.m iii .........
r.tc 11 111
U im. l-rtKini iiiiiisi' wen nnisnmi iimnir. imm- iinnni..-., v,,., ...... ....... .. ..
New (loiil.lv mole imIiiImI n.f A nil :i.Miii I.-.- lnni-- full nf Ice. slioiiN n mmI. to In rue lli
unml AiiiSIiit lurir, imml In iantri- fur .loi-l.. .. -.. New It'll l'IH Iwn HiMirsi
Mii'rlMiiiv Iwlmlnw.. Miir. imljileil rmif, linn' inilslil.', Iluy sliril elil. l., n iiiilw-.
sii-k A liv fcliisl. nil lion nif All allium oin-l'l" Imu fi'in-n. M nU nf lii-lile linu I irht
i,i.. 1111,1 iiri...-; wi llv.'hvi 1101I1.A I liiriri'CMi'rnni imn-li Willi Iron
fine !'l!rw.V!!,t':J'!vi:''w:;",.V',i .'l W!a !!!!: Hv'V;; for
ll .illi. Ilim nf everuri'i'iis rill lh' It nalli nf f oninii nnilli, Nnl u wuOinul illli'li nil I hi' fiirm,
i.,i iy ilruw l iiinit'i'liil wlih llliis A iliou, 'I'll,' 1 n imuiiIs A Mm ln luitiirci iiri- 11111
mvlHl hv limes A Inls. Alfnlf 1 1 al.e l A fMr I Ills yrur I lie llyrrv cnjli will iiiiisii
iw In flSnniM-r year lleiinllfiil fiirm. Iileully i-iiliil, In I'mi'st Clly llluh i'lin-il illstrlcl.
cnillT Mean in sell. Ilwelllim l eleeirle llithliil, n ImTi'iisliiU Ilii'niiiJ'Ussiin'i . Clip
rHUII Vw IiUIh Minn, will ni'l asti h .nsliiliiii nima-kn. I..1111I Is u I It'll
lvs. Iimiii. Ili-st fruit liiiul In 1 lie wmlil. II ire '11ml '"''. luilimveim iils Is wmlli (IW
M-V iu'ri'. An 1 ri'lmril will lllo ly lirnilin ii 4u.i l.arr. ls. Tim nrflmri with Hie ri-onif
Ilii'liiiHl II .minis nil Is iilniie wnrlli the iiiniii'V I ' farm ll"" "W''"'!!!'-.
nnirp wnnlillii'iiiinii'y. iis I he Im-allnn lines the Tallin. Aililms. h. I.. (A nQQ
HHIVC i,iii,','U, .'urest I'ltv, Mn. 1
.if iiiu .'IUII..I.I in it,u i.iiiMin.r niau s union K'e
up of the attendance at Ihe church "' at. the home of Mrs. II. II. Hrl. K
and Sunday scIkhiI. The contest. Imj- "".' Wel..sday evenliiK' of last
Ulns Sunilay, May 12, and closes ,luly,eek. Ilefreshmeiils served. Mrs.
14. aperltsl of ten weeks. At. Ilio r..iinii.i v,..,... .... ....
close nf the cot.U-st a union picnic mother,. Mrh.Tl.eressaS.oerle,Tl.urs.
wlllbcheldbytl.econlestantsoi.the''Hv of last week. .Mnnit 111 of her
N(Hlaway, near the Iron urldue. ' lady friends were present at luncheon.
Kdwln A. Welly was transactlnu I
business In Kansas City, llils week. ,
The (.'urroll cafe lias been nicely
decorated by Carroll ,V Coyle. and
thlnus look tasty and nice and invlt-,
IliiUh IIiiii ler, of near town, and
C. (i. McDonald each ImiiiuIii a I'ord
tuurlnucar from tlin Keeves', last
-Scott Modulo, wire and children,
drove up to Mall land, Sunday, and
visited relal Ives. .1 1 tit Huntsman did
Mrs. Sadie Purr, of Nevada, Mo.,
is here on a visit, with her mother,
Mrs. .1. W. Hendricks, sisters and
-A delightful reception was ten
dered Mr. and Mrs. Italph Meyer by
1 lie nareuts of the uiomn al their
I home on Wednesday of last, week, the
dav following the weddlnir. Fully
UK) uests were present, and a most
enjoyable time was reall.ed by Uiomj
who were lucky enoiiuh to lie present,
Charley Cowan took a horseback
tide over lo itolekow, Monday, ami
led his Hue mare over. Charley may
lie Rett Inc. alonu' in years, but he
. What's In a name. aiuhowV A
Ulrl from St. Louis was married in
.lolTeiHin Clly last, week to a man
named H.eiiuolewskl, atpl she went,
to the altar smilinu.
' John Smith, a respected citlen
of Ciimpkln Itldue, hit a balky mule
with a pitchfork recently," says the
Macon Times-Democrat. "He loaves
a wife and six children."
-The Grades entertainment, or
Children's Cantata, will be ulven twin
eveninus Gimmencement week, In
steud of one. thus ureventltnr crowd-
luu. and uivhiu all a chance toattend.
The dates are Monday evenlni; anil
! Tuesday evenlnu, May l.'l and 14.
I Tickets "on, sale for Monday evening
on Saturday mornliufi May 11, and
ifor Tuesday evenlni; on Monday