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Owing to a complete chango in my business aWit the first of the year, it will bo necessary to re
duce my largo stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoe3 and Grocorios to the very lowest point possiblo,
.even to CLOSING IT ALL OUT, and in order to do this with as little delay a3 possiblo, I have deter
mined to .
The. Sfiife Peep let The
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This notice, coming as it does at this time of year, when but a fe w hava laid in their winter supply,
WILL BE VERY INTERESTING NEWS FOR THE PUBLIC. The simple announcement of our De
termination to Make Thi3 Sale at This Time,
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should be all the advertisement necessary. THE STOCK IS SO LARGE, and so many different depart
ments are represented that only a few prices can be given, but you can be assured that anything you
want for the present or future needs of yourself or family will be more to your interest than ours at
this, the BIGGEST BONA FIDE SALE of merchandise ever undertaken in Rich Hill.
... All our first class Men's and Ladies' $4 Shoes, will be $3.25.
Our; Celebrated Hamilton-Brown $3 Shoe, that we have told
thousands of pairs of in the last 15 years, will be $2.50.
Our$2.5Q goods for $2. our$2 goodsj$i.6o and so on to the cheap
In Our Dry Goods Line.
,VVe will sell our best light prints at 3c, dark ones at 4c per yd.
' One'of the best yard-wide Brown Muslins, worth everywhere
6tfc will sell (or 4'ic.
' Our Dress Goods stock will show surprising reductions, as
. we have a large stock of new things we can surely please you.
$1.25 goods at 9SC, $1 goods jSc. 75c goods 58c, 50c goods 39c, 35c
and 40c goods 25c, and so on down to the cheapest grades.
Here is where you will save the I.IGGF.ST MONEY. We
have a few left from last year that will be cleared out at from 35c to
$8 each; les3 than one half of the first cost. lie sure and sec
these goods. ou will want a warm wrap for yourself or child, and
this is the sale at which to buy it.
In Clothing '
We propos-e to close out all our clothing and will nnke the
price to do it. We have over 5,000 worth of the best clothing in
Rich Hill, in style and fit. There is none better, and our pikes Ue
always been lower on good clothing than others. You will bu pleased
in this department. See our Suits for 4, 5, b, 7 and $S.
In this department one would hardiy expect to see much of a cut
In prices, as groceries in Rich Hill have always been sold 011 a very civo
margin. . Still on many things we can do you lots of good.
Sugar, best granulated, per lb 5iC,
The best coffee you ever bought at this price, per4 lb joc
Good quality Rio coffee nt '. toe.
(you can't beat it for 15c) '
Garrison corn, one can 7c
lU-t solid pack tomatoes, one can at- 9c.
(we could sell all we have at wholesale, at that pnet.)
Star am! Horseshoe tobacco. ,. 43c.
Old Honesty tobacco ;.4,OC.
SleJe tobacco .. , -35c.
liest Miners oil, Missouri test, per gal 40c.
j Ati kind- oi miners' supplies cheaper than you can buy them anywhere.
I Tins is a pood time to try our celebrated "V. K." and Pride of
Rich Hi'.i Flour. The two best brands of flour ever brought to Rich
Hill. Ask those who bave used it for proof of this. We will sell this
Hour during this sale at $1.05 for "V. K.", and 95c. for Pride of Rich
Hill, and you will be glad you bought it. No better flour can be made
out of wheat. We have sold 17 car-loads of this flour in Rich Hill..
We Will Have More to
Say of This Sale Later.
Hbove Sale is Strictly a Gash Sale.
Rich Hill, Mo.
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
- The ChrisVinu Chuivu will iiv mi
oyster KHilT n the ci.!U'sft next
Joe Smith wan in ttutler Saturday
Jclik Rick whs In M. LouU a
few daya last week.
Hallowe'en iiiitht wait celebrated
here iu good atyle.
Art Heddeu ban returned from
Colorado. " .- t
Mi M axle Thonia f.f Kleh Hill,
.Was viBitini; here lat week.
llev. Cobb, l'retddlmr Elder "of thU
. iliMtrict, jm-uebtil at thu Motkodiut
church ISunda. ,
tf a & n rulx' whilo afctt4ii!in;
church h'iv Sunday ii1hc Hi
home wn alno turned luoxe. ,
Spratfue ban li new dcctir and
drug lorv. .
Mr. liiither Utiuki-Hoii. who b;id
ljtvn wuitliiK on hl hmther, return
tnl to Ilia home lnl week.
Mhn Vextle Dye. who 1 attendltiK
toIU'jje t .Nevada, wna home n a
vlfit .Suiula.f. .
A car load of Hcriinjjton,' Kai).,
Hour and lecd just received at
Jameg' Cash Grocery.
HeaJthy Children Are Happy.
Mothei'n Vrui hvrup iunka ehll
dreu brallhy by upMlimif t lit wonut
that timko. thttiu lit. C'lilUlrtiu kl II
lloiu Seeker ICxcumlona.
To Alabama, Arizona , lSritli-li Oo
lunilita, Florida. ti-orjrla, Idaho,
1 utlluu Tv., Kuiikuh, Kentucky, Lou
Irlaiia, Manitoha, Xlirliiuu. Mlune-
Hota, MlKHljislppl. Minsotiri, .Mon
tana, Nebno-ka, New Mexico, North
( Hruilim. North Oakota. Oklahoma,
Oivkou, South Carolina South Ia
kota, Tt'iineKMi-e, Tcxiih, Ftah,
AVaKhlnifton, iwoiiKin. Wyoming.
TlcketH will Ih on Kale Nov. o and
111, lec.. :i and 17. one fare 1iim J.ihi
for he round trip, tinal return limit
i'l days from date of sale.
For Karma City Horse Show
Ticket on sale from t t. Is to I'll,
ivturu limit ihi. JMh. ? l.4H round
It. A. li.ui.KV, At.
"All well all happylots
of fun". That is the regular
report from the monkey cage
of Barnum's Circus ever since
the keepers began dosing the
monkeys with Scott's Emul
sion. Consumption was carry
ing off tvvo thirds of them
every year :uiu the circus had
to buy new ones.
One day a keeper accident
ally broke a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion near the rrionkey
cage and the monkeys eagerly
hipped it up from the floor.
This suggested the idea that it
itv-M do them good. Since
liiui the monkeys have received
ivgular doses and the keepers
,-tport very few deaths from
consumption. Of course it's
. hrapertobuy Scott's Emul
sion than new monkeys and
that suits the circus men.
Consumption in monkeys
and in man is the same disease.
If you have it or are threaten-
t i-red with it can you
SV -J take the hint?
I will buy all kinds of
. Grain & Hay i
delivered at Hume, Sprajrue or Kleh,
11111, or any xlailoiiH wheiv I ran
Hvt car load lo(.
J. T. Rosbrooli, .
tlt&dquttrteri at lluiur, Mo;
Ttil picture rrprrsents
me I rde MrV of Scon s
LmuUion and U on
pprb( ery Louie.
Scd lor trt taaipk.
SCOTT ft BOWNE,
4X) Prart St., Kew Vork.
50c and $1. ull dfugii,.
viHlttnyr pnrvntH aud friends In our
Omvir Durand returned homo a
few daya no from Khiikih, where
he oiMl been eniloyed on a ranch.
Our tkhoi-l in iiroii'rvhKlui; nh-elv
under the uMo lnaiiaciueut of i'n.f.
The M. W. A. of thin plaee are So-
to (five a Hupper and eiitertaiiuneat
In the near future. I'nrticularv later.
Mns. Helen Stenk of Kich Hill, wa
in our city Monday.
Mr. Marvin Cnmil 11 aceoninanh'd
hy MIkh lk-rtha WehiiiH, attended
Sunday ScUool iu our city Sunday.
AnumlHTof I'mirleCitv f .lkw at
tended church at l'aplusville Sunday
Pil Tt II.
Everybody dia; tip your winter!
wrana. Jack l'ront ha come to I
Mad doirn are all the rts now
Several head of cntt e have l-eu llt-1
ten, and one peron, Itolla KnuiHey.
lie wan tnkru to the mad xtoue at !
Nevada lant wek. and at hint n
porta he was ettln; nlom- lln.v
The tacky party and upp r at
the I'ryor Cn-'k echool honw .i.
Wlnewilay nlKl't. was largely at
tende1. NIIhm Cora itaiiix ami Mr.
Harold ISrown took the prli', whlili
wan a pumpkiu pie.
lU-v. lilayl'Hk preached to n l.ir.
The Idiew' Aid S.Klcty of the
UethodUt Church will ul- ihi o.vHter
ajpper In tlie M. V. A. h i!l. s.-itur-day
filk'ht, Nov. Hth. Kverj lod,v In
vited to attend.
John I'rlce waa home on a vllt
J. W. MrKUdien U reported on the
kirk Hut Ihlx Week.
KverylxMly Ih Invited to attend the
nipper In the Hall '1 ha h U -., ! I . i
nlht C ! 1:1 veil by the ( luwii.iii
Church aorfoctat Ion.
Mra liertha WllkltiM departed f..r
California lat week, here .ie will
Join her huxband and m i e that
their future home.
aiitl attentive audience Siiinl.iv
Aliifit r.HiM i-i very low w Kitty
The Koyal Nelhl ir camp at Met.
U pfonintf tin.'ly under the lead
ership of Mix. ii. A. I'.rown.
We had a t-plemiid ra'n 1'rM.iv
ni-ht. bill the wind blew hard
enoni-.h to tip-root miue I tre t r:
mi Cryor Crn k.
Mrs. Hiutt in very low with pa' n
tnonia. Our community was huddeiied s.s I
urd.-iv by the Hewn of I lit ei'
Kobt. Motii.iu. He Uad only b n
irk iiiiv lie leave, a .. if ami
thni' children to mourn his lo,..
r'uneral serviet'M were conducted bv
th- M. V. A m of whieli h vvjt ;
m 'iiiIi-t. He w ri alsn a member id
the llnptisi Clinn li.
Hallow e'en nl'ht was arently en
Joyed by the small Iiovh of ourcom
muiilfy. wlirt plxviil' a nnMiSxT (
triekKoii the older Mope,
'I h" re-1llaf business llleellli:; of
t he I hi ..ii.nt J'.udi avur u 111 meet I
Mrs. I.. V. Kiu' s Tuesday i.lbt.
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mik cut on rath r-,1....
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(in' ( Uuti ll.'Il ' i .olv st I r rii
i' i! ;i! hi In me in t! e ni'i'ii i -p.ill
cf the Citv, List S , Inn! il lo.;'
at. in; jo o'i .i k Mr. S oil j i
win:! food tinin mi ' I ii in..1 '(
iii in, ! . ; i . I ' ii. d I'n ,.!. ! i
i. id ' i i r ,ri flllj.l me of l' i- v
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wile 111' 1 ''.Vl '.-ID'All I'h'l.lieil.
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Mrn' Rubber Ikot $.50, were $3.35.
1 titk ami Uvcra i'75 a. 00.
' Lace leather boot 1. 7$, 3 50.
Morocco top calf a. 75, 3-75-'
Vok iliott, cong 1.5. 1.50.
Hats, all tylt 1. 00, 4 150.
' Clothing le than co.t to cloe.
Ho)' Clothing let than cost to cloe.
( biMicn'i Clothing leu than cent to los.
a; pn t c die. (ood, aonte half ptice, other
about Vi tt I f price.
1. 1. in-.' fl.iiuifl waint (except two cpecial linei)
Oloaks and Suits.
Mi.l ladies have irttled the matter of ttyle
of cl'i.ik they aie going to buy and the cloak
btisino with u U good. Our closing out price
,i'f lniiij the work well.
-t if tllll-etj t'llt-H.
1 'i 1st , 1 t-xt I , !.
Hero we come again after atwu
Hallowe'en hat come and g-otmind
we are btlll uinonjf tho living, and
our fariuItiK lnipk-meuU. waoim
ami biiKK.vk havo all ltvu found.
Mra. Mlnnh" Jjjva, vt IVIuTadn, Is
iFrom The Pacific Coast.
We have just received a car loa I of
Rod Goclfir Sliincj"-,
On vliich we ran nivi: you a t ari; tin l', f ire the winter 1 i'
set in it would be well to (, up th.it o. l 1 . i id 1 o n i .
We keep tvtrv thn.t; in tin budding bm Cull and b-: us.
Phone 31. South Side Mjple i;rcct, Lctucen Gth. ml 7V.u
(in :il M.n.k itf it, good and warm, nice and
1 j l ived
(Jo wheic you will, you 11 not find no large a
so tk ame how, nd when it cona-i to pricet
the other fellow isn't in it with us.
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