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Our $13.65 Overcoats
Represent Some of
the Best Bargains
We've Ever Bought
AND tho Men's Suits at tho samo price are as superior In their re
spective points of quality as are the Overcoats I
A tailor's estimate of supply and demand seldom comes out
as planned. Tho supply this year, owing to late winter weather, has
been abnormally greater than the demand which has given this store,
with its ready cash and enormous output, many unprecedented oppor
tunities for underselling in, men's wear.
Our $15 65 Overcoats-worth up to$2Q
Our $15.65 Suits are worth up to $20
Compare them with any showing. You will not And the equal of
either Suits or Overcoats In style, materials, workmanship and general
character. The Sult3 are of worsteds, cheviots, casslmeres and serges.
The Overcoats are of medium to heavy weight kersey, melton, chinchilla,
fancy Imported overcoatings, etc. All slze3 and styles. Up to $20 Suits
and Overcoats, $13.G5.
for Men's up to $15 Suits, Overcoats
and Raincoats. A complete display
In each pattern.
,v,.T under;u"Bht-and most of them are priced a fourth below
worth. Excellent styles for winter wear; all sizes and builds through
out the display. Overcoats are of kersey, melton and neat fancy over
coatings. The Suits offer all wanted fabrics, especially the new mixed
weaves in grays and browns. Choice $10.95.
Jones' Man's Store Walnut St., First Floor.
Sample Coats Near Half
Last Week Hundreds of Women Were
Convinced That Our Coat Sale Saved
Them Half. Another Lot of Similar
Coats Will Arrive For This Sale.
XB woman said, "Just think, warm winter Coats at half price
and winter is just here." The very fact that winter Is "Just
ti . reason we can oner these Coats at half price.
.mo ouiuiun ieii neavy oversiocKs
on the makers' hands they were glad
10 ciose out tor a small cash offer.
Stvlpa n TO ilinca t li 1 f faD1,tnnAMn , r tui. .
ttumcu pieiur una season low
belted, Hare skirt and swing back effects trimmed with velvet and
buttons. As to the materials you will find those you know for long
service Scotch mixtures, English coatings, cut chinchilla, cheviot
The colors, too, are most serviceable browns, grays, blues, black,
etc. They're all lengths all sizes from 16 to 44. Indeed, these are
Coats that you can depend on to give you comfort and smart appear
ance the entire season. Tailored to retail at up to $20 a new assort
ment here tomorrow at $0.79.
JONES' WOMAN'S STORE WALNUT ST., SECOND FLOOR.
We can save you money on
Christmas Greens and
HOLLY, MISTLETOE, MILD SMILAX, EVERGREEN, ROPEING OR
WREATHING, SOUTHERN PINES, XMAS TREES, HOLLY WREATHS.
EVERGREEN WREATHS, MAGNOLIA WREATHS, ARBIVITA WREATHS,
XMAS BELLS, TINSEL GARLANDS, PAPER GARLANDS. OR STRINGS.
FiftUAPC inil Dl"r"f-f We a,so wIs'1 t0 announce to our
1 lUWtjl O flllM I I li 1 1 1 S customers that we have added a
q. Y.V . """J Floral Department to our Uptown
fatore, 1418 Grand Ave., and have a capable, experienced florist In charge.
We can take care of orders for flowers, plants, designs and floral offerings
of every kind, and save you money. Give us your next order.
HARNDEN SEED CO.
505 WALNUT ST. TWO STORES 1418 GRAND AVE.
Both Phones 1618 Main. KanSflS City, MO. Bell 1618 Grand.
XMAS TREES 50c AND UP.
A Hint That Means Succes
IF you haven't been as successful in the past as you had expected,
it is probably because your clothes didn't have
The Hopkins Touch!
i.N" a successful man around
town IS wpnvinc tnilni-nd
clothes from my shop, and is glad
SK him "what's the differ
1 ence" nnl hn will toll -mi
"It's because of the neatness, the
distinctiveness, and the artistic
cut" of my garments that win for
him favors over the fellow who
wears a suit that is brought else
where and that never
"GIVES THE PROSPEROUS
TROY, KANSAS NEWS.
Miss Elsie Lair spent Thanksgiving
In Ilorton, Kans., the guest of -Mrs.
J. B. Flemings and family.
Mr. Alex Woodson, of St. Joseph,
was the guest of his sister, iMrs.
George Lfghtle, Thanksgiving Day and
was accompanied back to the city by
his niece. Miss Lizzie LIghtle.
Mrs. Sallle Turner visited relatives
In St. Joseph the past week.
Mr. Henry Parker attended a -wedding
In Horton on Thanksgiving Day.
Mrs. Mattle Hicks, of Maysvllle, Mo.,
Is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hughes of Lake
Contrary, St. Joseph, 'Mo., spent
Thanksgiving in the city visiting rela
tives and friends.
Miss Mlntle Wilkinson spent the
past week In Elwood, Kans., the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Maggie McCurry.
Mr. Marion True, of Whltn Clmiil.
Kans., was the guest of Miss Elsie
Lair the past week.
Mr. Jack Turner has returned from
Huran, Kans., after spending several
weeks there In farm work.
Garfield Powell, of Horton,
was a Troy visitor Sunday.
I measure every customer, thereby giving you my personal serviee,
and the prices are equal to. down-town prices.
Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $40.
My Cleaning, Pressing and Re
Is the most attractive tiling on Vine street. Tho expert supervision
that every garment gets makes my work absolutely satisfactory and
la sure to please you.
Tho prices are tho same and the war will not increase them.
Deliveries Made Promptly and Without Extra Charge.
R. L HOPKINS, Tailoring.
Bejl Phone East 1207J 2326 VINE STREET
Miss Beatrice Dayton, of St. Joseph.
Mo., visited In Troy Saturday and
nunaay, and on her return home was
accompanied as far as Wathena, Kans.
by Messrs. William Wilkinson and
Specials at Smith's Phar
macy tor tins Week.
25c Massalta Talcum Powder, 19c.
25c UlacK Draught, 15c.
25c Sachet Powder, 18c. .
10c Hair Nets. Ec.
$1 Dr. Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin,
10c Talcum Powder. Ec.
$1 Lydla E. Plnkam's Vegetable
25c DeWitfs- Toilet Cream, 20c.
25c DeWltt's Golden Liniment, 20c.
Beauty Spots, 10c.
35c Bangs, 25c.
EOc Double Braids, 40c.
?1 Tope Transformation, 75c.
2 Half Wigs, tt.50.
EOc Switches, 40c.
SODA FOUNTAIN SPECIALS.
Wo serve Ice cream soda tho year
Tango sundae on a blazer, 15c.
Icq cream soda, any flavor, 5c.
Hot chocolate with whipped cream,
Hot beef tea, Ec.
We have Just received a large ship
ment of human hair goods straleht-
enlng and drying combs Madam
Walker's Hair Preparations combs
and brushes playing cards syringes
rubber cloves Hleh Tlrnwn nnwrtnr
A!da and Elite Pomades watches,
clocks and manicure sets tooth
brushes and perfumes stage make
up. Tho ladles are specially invited
to como and look over our large as
sortment of human hair goods.
m Smith's Drug Store
S, E. Corner 18th and Trccy
Homo Phone 5467 M. Bell Phone 4591 G
Mall and phone orders promptly
Buys a Victrola
Why not make your family a
present of the world's greatest
musical instrument this Christmas?
We will sell you the Victrola IV,
and 12 Victor selections of your'
own choice on payments as small
at EOc per week. No Interest no
Other Victrolas. J2S (in in thrift no
sold on easy payments.
For children of
all ages, at all
prices In our won
derful Toy Depart
ment. See us for
the most complete
lines of '
Dolls, Games, Ani
mal Toys, Trains,
You will find
here the most
from which to
select at prices
that are right.
The Most Interesting Store in
1214-16-18 GRAND AVE.
tlves, ministers and 'friends, and there
In the town of his greatest useful
ness tho final services were held, and
all that remains to us wnB laid to
rest. Tho life of tho deceased rests
In tho remembrance of his host of
acquaintances and to the bereaved
widow nnd relatives we extend sincere
sympathy.... Tho first of Decomber
finds our people preparing for the
coming slego of winter. 'Many homes
have been Improved. Not a few back,
yards resound with, the last echo of
nogs struggling for llfo near mounds
of burled apples, potatoes and tur
nips. Phones and electric lights are
at command in manv of our hnrnnn
Wo admlro this result of man's natur
al desire and effort to keep abreast
with his neighbor and his distant
All of tho services of tho Pleasant
Valley Baptist church were well at
tended Sunday. In the afternoon Rev.
J. W. Hurse, tho pastor of St. Ste
phen's BaptUt church, delivered a
soul-stirring sermon and administered
sacrament. Ilev. Hurse was ordained
and sent, from our church and we are
glad to -know that he has made sun an
excellent leader and our doors are
always open to welcome this splendid
man. Until wo extend n call for a
pastor wo will try to have an intelli
gent minister fill our pulpit each Sun
day. ...Ella Tucker was hostess at a
dinner given at her reslilorino ln.n
Summit street, Tuesday evening, No-
veiauer zi, complimentary to
Mesdames Thos. Gnnt.
Nannie Kemp and Maclo Kemp, all
oi KansaB City, Mo William, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Atkinson,
Is confined to tho Bell Mp.mnrlnl linn.
pltal sustained from a fractured left
sustained while iilaylng football
at the Attucks school Tuesday. ...A
Sewing club has been organized at
the St. Paul A. M. E. ZIon church.
Mrs. Plnkard Is president and they are
doing mucTi effective -work. Tho
club meets every Friday afternoon
....Elmer, the small son of Mr. So
phia Heed, 3836 Lloyd avenue, spent
Saturday and Sunday with aunts.
Mrs. Louis Wflllams and iMrs. Richard
Bell, 920 Central street, Kansas Cltyr
5Io Miss Rosa Morton was Indis
posed last week.... Tho funeral serv
ices of 'Miss Lottie Lewis, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis,
were held from the Pleasant Vniw
Baptist church Sunday afternoon. Bo-
siues ner parents she is survived by
three sisters, three brothers and many
other relatives. The floral offerings
wero profuse. Automobiles were used
Tho Parent-Teachers' club will
meet the second Friday In this month
at the Attucks school. Everyone is
invited.... Tho Thanksgiving program
and entertainment given at the Pleas
ant Vnllnv nmitlat phmv)i nndnfl
. L " "i.i w. uuuu
direction of Sister Mollie Riley was a
nnanciai success. We are very grate
ful to the friends who assisted and
Mrs. Dan Allen who nrestilp.1 .if ik
piano.... Tho program rendered at
thek Salter A. M. E. church. Smith
Park, Kan.. Thanksclvlnir
was very good. .. .Lillian, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moore,
rendered a solo in a nlp.anlnc nmJ
aunouen sne is lust fnnr vein nr on..
If s'io continues, she will develop Into'
a Kreiu smeer.
Carl Hoffman Music Co.
1120 WALNUT STREET
MADE TO ORDER-425, $30, $35 Up
If you kilew tho saving the general all arouna'satisfac
tion and comfort to he had in the wearing of NlCOLL MAKE
garments you would quickly divorce yourself from the
Nicoll's Suits are tailored with unusual care in order that
they may retain that air of distinction, which is soon lost in
less perfect clothes.
Special Overcoat values this week at $25, $30 and $35.
NlCOLL The Tailor WM- Jmmms' sons
"lull 923 WALNUT STREET
WE OPERATE UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION.
ERNEST NEUER ED NEUER
Neuer Bros. Meat Co.
WII01ESAIC AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
HIGH GRADE MEATS
MANUFACTURERS ESPECIALLY OF
Pure Home Made Sausage and Lard
No. 1 326-1 328 Main St.
Home 1328 Main
Bell 85 Grand
Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. Mary Schumnche. Mr. and Mra.
M. W. Webster and children, of St.
josepn, spent Thanksgiving with Mr.
Mrs. Allle Duncan and daughter,
vvuma, or Wathena, spent a few hours
in the city Friday, enroute to White
Mr. Charles Howard spent Thanks
giving eve in St. Joseph, Mo.
Itev. Barksdale, Presiding Elder of
the Capo Girardeau District and Rev.
McTassel of. Horton, Kans., spent
Tuesday evening In our city, the guest
of Ilev. Weaver. Pastor nf tho A .M v.
Church. Rev. Barksdale rendered a
very interesting sermon at the Church
on Tuesday night.
Mr. Bert Snyder left here enroute
for Seattle, Wash., Friday mprnlng,
but it seems that the winter's chilling
blasts sent him back Saturday even
ing. Seattle seems to have moved
near Savannah, Mo.
Mr. Stanley Snyder is slowly Im
proving after having had a severe at
tack of typhoid fever, but is not able
to leave his ibed yet. Wo fear he will
have to learn to walk again.
Poro hair dressing, hair weav
ing and facial massaging. Scalp
treatment a specialty. Mn. E.
jNorlet, 1737 paseo, upstairs.
Mrs. Estella Winfrey Woods of
Kansas City, ilo., arrived last week
to attend the sick bed of her father.
who Is recovering from an attack of
lever. ., .airs. James H. Crews of
Kansas City, Mo., was the guest of
Rev. Chas. Crews and Mrs. Ann
Saunders last Saturday Mr. Paul
Dealer of Canada Is visiting relatives
and friends.... Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank
Banton gave a surprise party last Frl
day evening In honor of their dauirht
ers, Misses Glenna and GHla Banton
of Kingston, iMo. About twenty guests
were present. The ecvenlng was
spent in games and music after which
delicious refreshments wnrn sprvnrt
....The death of Mr. Joseph Holmes
last Saturday morning left an aching
void In the small number of pioneers
of Uticn, Mo., and this city. The past
Fourth of July made Mr. Holmes ob
serve his dependence1' rather than na
tional Independence, for It was on that
day his service to mankind tnd to
himself .was arrested toy. a stroke of
paralysis during a Jiappy conversa
tion with Rev. Charles Crews on the
front porch of his home. Since that
time ho has teen partially enjoying
uie last of life for which the first
Wa8 made.' Anil nftfir flvA innntlia
of physical affliction and notable evi
dences ot nis raitn, courage and hope
and tho generous assistance of rela
tives, lie "crossed tha bnr" Fnnnrnl
services were held 'Monday morning
at tho A. M. E, church of which he
was a charter mp.mhAr. Tho fimn.ni
sermon was delivered by Itev. R. H,
wmgaon. uemarks were made by
Presiding Elder M. S. Brvant. Hbvh.
Talley, Crews and Burbrldge and
Mrs. Nance and the Bethel choir were
Instrumental in maklnsr tho nrrnRlnn
impressive and memorable. Tho flor
al offerings were many and beautiful.
After this service tho body was car
rled to Utlca, Mo., attended by rela-
CENTENNIAL M. E. CHURCH.
Thanksgiving week was a wonk nf
splendid activity with tho .Rnwnrth
League. The spiritual department In
Its campaign of personal evangelism
visited twenty-two homes holding
reugious worship In them all. Mrs
Lulu Mayberry is at the h part nf il
copartment. The department of
mercy and help assisted by its social
uepartment directed its Affnrta to
ward purchasing underwear for the
inmates of the Old Folks' nnd nr.
phan's Home at 2440 .Michigan avenue
with the following results: From the
social department Mrs. E. Y. Pll
lows, president, $2; from public col
lection Centenntel M. VI. humh ik on.
solicited by Mrs. Nellie Davis, treas
urer, j.du; solicited by Mrs. Mamie
McLean. 2.50. Total, $13.20. Pur
chased twelve suits. $12: purchased
twelve pairs hose, $1.20. Mrs. Mamie
McLean is at the head of the depart
ment of mercy and help and Mrs. E.
Y. Pillows Is at tha henrl nf tho ooolni
The literary department of tho
Kpworth League announces n lltor.
ary and musical program Christmas
t.ve in connection iwith the Sunday
school Christmas tree. Mrs. ATnro-o
Brown who had a large experience
In this work with the League ot Union
Memorial church In St. Louis is at
the head ot this department,
The protracted meeting started
Sunday and will continue through the
vcek. Next Sunday is quarterly
meeting day and all neighboring
churches are Invited to participate.
Dr. Wheeler and his good wife were
tendered a twenty-fifth anniversary
reception at the home of their daught
er and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C, H.
Warwick on East 27 street which
may well be termed overwhelming.
Brother and Sister Wheeler were fair
ly showered with silverware and
which was more to the point silver
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHRISTMAS
We Keep II Kinds of
MEXICAN DRAWN WORK. CLUNY
LACES( BATEM WORKi 8ILK K.
MONAS, BED SPREADS. SILK
Wholesale and Retail
13072 GRAND AVE.
TRUNKS, GRIPS, BAGS, SUIT
CASES, LADIES' HAND BAGS,
ILL BOOKS, CARD CASES, and
PRICES MOST REASONABLE
Every Article Guaranteed to You.
A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL
SAVE YOU MONEY
JENSEN TRUNK FACTORY
813-15 WYANDOTTE STREET
Home Phone Main 1302
CALDWELL & CHAPMAN
and - Millinery
1 8th and Paseo, Kansas City, Mo.
Home Phone Main 7499
Scalp Troatmont a Specialty. Caldwell's Pomade nnd Tonic really
G:-ows Hair. Try It. Save your combings, cut hair
and any old hat you may have.
Hair Hatched From Samples. Feathers and Hats Cleaned, Dyod and
Bloated. Agents for Splrella Corets. Mall orders answered promptly
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
We teach the work wo do
Thomas ID. Grear
2211 1-2 Vinn Slroor'
GOOD SERVICE ELECTRIC LIGHTED
BARBERS: T. E. Grear, Prop. F, J. Walker. Martin Franklla
First Class Shaves, Hair Cuts and 8hampoos. Best 8hop In the City
Do not take your money down town when you can get flood serviee
for It at home. You will always find us at our post and ready to servS.
GIVE US A CALL
If You are Pleased Toll Your Friends and If not Tell Va.
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos Jackson Laundry ncy
RENTAL AND REAL ESTATE AGENT
Have homes to sell or rent, also modern furnltbed rooms In iUt.
'916-18 EAST 2fat STREET
In the rear of these lists we have furnished and unfurnished rooms for licit
housekeeping and cheap living quarters. '
Boll Phono Grand 2303R. Homo Phone Main 8516