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Bargain Sale. -
i At H. LOEB & BRO.
From now on until after the Holidays
wo will inaugurato a general reduction
j caloin over? department.
V7o havo como extraordinary bargains
in ourClothing, Shoe and Boot Depart
V Oercon reduced from 25 per cent, to 33 per" ctnt. off.
Joo Suite, eoe and two of a kind, at 33 J S per crnj. ff
5,000 yirds of full standard printt t 3 cents jpcr vrd.
. Tho entire lino of our Cloaks consist
ing of Newmarkets, Automobiles, Rag
lans and Jackets at a general reduction.
Wo aro Headquarters on Furs and
will cavo you money on anything you
may need. Give us a call. No .trouble
ow you at
4- r iVi
We bars rsrtorwd again and will
Inr and wriW a tow Itema tbla week,
A. I). Hyde u 1o Itleh Hill laat
y rid my.
WssaaUr. Smith, who hu liaJa
serious spell of sickness, la able to be
tiaonrs Kunraassr waa on Rich
uujiiinTiiMcm"j- Herman v eline. who loll hrc
f r SnsJcrwlrth. who waa at But- time ero for tho wf, U hoim
ler a a Juror, returned borne last ngnm mm Kays
overisitiug home folks last week
inpinsvnip in nxtng to Have n
Rrnd time Christen. Sunt. Onus
la coming In n ship thin year.
Philip Aid.? of Klch Hill, was on
our street Sunday.
The W. U T. U. hsid a contest her !
good enough for him.
1). I. Hitt wuil one of jhv winners
laat rridav a waek ago. OHts See- toiiveimon 11.111 gue.-iMng enn-
linrer, Sopsle. Kemper and Kuth , test. His prize being a case of rye
Kemper arsr tbscsntestnnts. Kuth 1 whisky. -.' I
Keruper waa awarded the medal.) Dr. . Sharpie?' al wife visited
The JaCa wers Mr. K. Butter. Ed-., their daughter Mrw',Oscnr Housley
gar Hlrat aad Mr. Harper of Adrian. . and family In eeHa lust week.
Mrs, May Harper. Fern Lyon and i Winrrfr? at su:day whh n -la-
Nll temper layorea ne auuiruev tiv,-K in Metx, ',' - : -
with a few choice selections.
Our barometer Indicates a wed
ding I ths near fature.
Misses Ulira fteeUDger and Llizle
Sunders lrta toss .Sunday dinner
v.ltU P.ertha lilenberger.
The 11. W'. A. lodge of Tralr! City
gave aa oyster eupper last FrMay
11U fit. A large trowd la reported aa
l.-inj there. ' 8 ;
. MiMfliafyJaof lUeh Hill; waa
Inwinen in t tn court ty eent tlie en rl.v
part of the wei li. t ...., ;
The dlstrktcnf. n nco Of the M. Ii.
church inet-ts here thN week.
Jim I'owell and Ife werj tranR!ts
ilng lURinex In Rich lilll laxt IVIilny
T1h protraete nieoting at the M.
K.ehuivh eriil eoiaiuueH. isomohlx
orm?veit linve liet'it rouvertt'd find
much iiitetvi is iii(nnf.-U'd.
J. A. liormn vlltln liU won
Jn.uiN mi. I family m Atrl, Kan.
Have liml ftni- rain and hoiiu'
anuw hut not tnc.Hh yet to tmike
plenty of ntork water.
W, W. llruee loaded coal lnot week
from hix utrip jit. I). l. iUi
hiudi'd coal; and thev worked nt 22.
No strike up thin way.
If they have neven ui nl Exeke'a o '
often, we wonder which Is trmntw.
heart a or rliiltn?
I'.en Hand linn puivlniM'd i new
1. CoMollo and W. Wheatley Hold
amne hoga to Mr. Steele recc-ntly for
Just our luck. Misseil tlie hoxmip
r at Keavk-y Thursday night We
were going to fill Tude Ike Neat's
boot box In place of our llttlu" thoe
hott. Wasn't exiHctlng Unln? there,
Wo regret to hear of the burning
of A. t Ilradley'a house last Wed
nesday night in Mich Hill.
We rem! In a Democratic paier for
everybody to read the President's
message. That Is something we
nanny ever do, but think we will
Bought ft box of Dr. Unker'a ron Monls (H.tord atnrted 011 Mn way
dltlon powder to feed our poultry, j Washington, Monday tnornlnx.
but our hens nre still on a wtrlke. j Mrs. Dave Iteeao alarted to the na-
tbir IteiuHare moMly noitHens this
wii'k, but llmt Is till we knew.
DON'T De Fooledi
Tafct Mm uMm, rlflMl
aiOCKV MOUNTAIN TCA
ti aiii4iiM, Mi,, it
ymi Oar fr4
tlon .Saturday iiIkM, to visit her
mother nnd sM'nd Xuins.
We are interrstod In the apnrrow
question. Why don't somebody ay
Hoinetlilna; more on the mibjeett
Winter has come at last, but did
rw. t . .Vr x.14 ' not gi-t hew In tlmo for Thanksglr-1
1 lie ursi ume lit two inontii.
A little aor? waa born to bles the
home of Mr. nnd Mra fieorge Ryan,
Mrs. Zelinot-Is quite sick.
Again the Wedding lielia ring nn
nonnclng the marriage of Mis t'la.
Slvlls to Albert I.lvengood, on Dec.
4. Both part lea are well known and
worthy young people, . whom their
friends All join In wishing an extra
share of this world's prosperity.
Tlie box anpier at olir achool
house last Thursday titght waa a
divided sueeew, both aoelnlly and
rea.l Teddy's vnnual message to eon- financially. Twrnty-thnr oxra
gress for the next seven years. W0Pe o1'1- The Program was good,
espeelnlly the pieces spoken by Miss
Nn!th, the feather mattress man, nthel Cole and Master Alfred fopt
waa busy out our way last week. ian,i
SPRAKER AT HOME.
HvinR come home to spend tlie winter (and the
tnone) made during the summer), I wil'. devote
mv tim to buj ing and selling such c od ? as I mav
be able to pick up from time to tim- t birgaio
pnees. y.main efforts will he in the Shoe line, '
and 1 would suggest that the people in and around
Rich Ilill, when in need of footw -ar, would do .
well to call as I will be able to save them a pait at
least of the retailers regular profit, Have just re- '
ceived $500.00 worth of new shoes which wete
bought for cash, and way below the marke .price. -Sc,
no difference shcre you look at Shoes, just
bear this in mind.
Spraker's Shoes are Better. "
Spraker's Sboe3 are Cheapen
We guess Met will Is' a flourishing
111 tie town home of these days. A
4-foot vein of cotd wan struck at a
deptli of hlxty feet, with ft good rock
roof, Inst wpi-k, on the farm of 1. A.
Brown, n quarter inllo west of n.
Mr, Audersou, from Iowa, la here
looking after his property Interest
We hope, Isj w 111 conclude to live hers
In the future, as we think he would
make a splendid cftiien.
Mr. nam Uoodwlnof Sprnguo, waa
in our burg Monday with a load of
J. Ieperand F. Williams of Arthur,
were visitiDg la Meta SiiikIht.
Mr. W.'tliik's of Riiinehart, was
trading with our merchants Monday.
A party of our young folks attend
ed the Pryor Creek literary Inst Fri
day night. Those, attending were
Misses Elllle Bare, Pearl Blevlns,
Mnud.-i Swearengln, Jests le. Copelnnd,
Beatrice tirnvoa. Nellie McKlbUui,
l'iirilee and Adimv Kodnmn, Miss
Kwarenglii. nud Messrs. Ralph
Gravex, Hugh Swearengln, John
Copelaud nnd Holier t Blevlns.
Charley Dye had tha misfortune of
having hi buggy turned over off u
bridge Friday night.
The members of the Union S. 8. of
Meta are going to have a tree Xmn
eve. nnd the Ladles Aid of the Meth
odist church will give a supper In
the hall on X ma night. All are In
vited to attend both.
Mrs. Wm. Long Is recovering from
a s)h?11 of typhoid fever; as Is ulso J.
Corn U so scarce around here that
feeders are hnving it shipped In by
the car load.
Crokinole and earrom are the
games of the season.
The small boys of our community
kvp the town well supplied with
rabbits. They captured twelve one
morning last week.
Some of ouryouug people are talk
ing of attending the literary nt Ar
thur Friday night. Mow they will
behave bitter than those folks from
Panama did hint Friday night.
Lot, strayed r stolen A hand
some young man alxiut l'J year old,
has light brown hair; blue eyes;
weighs. 140 pounds; I .' feet 0 Inches
tall; wore a light gray checked suit
wheu lat: svn, Anyone finding
please return to
You Want To Know
Where you can get tho most for
your money for tho Holidays. Easiest
thing in tho world, Just go to
Fine China, Cut Glass, the hand-4
somest kind of Honkerchiofs, Kid Gloves,
Furs. Jackets, Dres3 Goods, Shoes,
All At Satisfactory Prices.
W. K. ROYCE.
The Store that telli good Rood, nnd never murepresenti.
I have a. apecial hat ef
Stamped Linen and
Sofa Pillow covers,
just the thing for Christmas
presents. And will give
To all purchasers.
Come and see the beauti-
f ful pattern and detin.
Millinery goods at
First Preabyte-rtaa Church
There will be services at thia
church next Sabbath at it a. m and
7:30 p. m.. :
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Junior Endeivor at 1:30 p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 6130 p m
W. U. Chamcki.los,
Wednesday night, prayer meet
nrat7U5. Friday night, B. Y.
P. U. Sunday School o:4 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. 10. and 7 p. m.
Junior U. Y. I. U. Sunday at p.
m. AH are cordially invited to attend
any of our services. Leonard L
Walnut Mtreel M. C Church
There will be preaching at the
Walnut Street M. E. Church next
Sunday at 1 1 a. m. and at 8 p. m
Sunday School at 9145 a. m.
Epworth League at 7 p. m.
W. T. Pvtts. Pastor.
Corn Oats and Shorts
On hand at any time to supply the
local market, and will buy your
Uay at market price.
J. T. RosbrooK,
tifwdqaartera st lianas. Ma
iitottf1Aiti4b3 'w .1. -1
MInflVr4 thr lorlnrr oftheSsfU4
vltb protruding p.t. j I rutiri ! od tiy csiatip
tion vnn Rbl.U I fa, fi ulid for twenty
T'-ir-. I nn 'hw J Tif ( AS'ARITS In !h
town of Sirrrtl ix. imI trrr l.xu.d utihln
to p i! !hn T,y I am tiii.it j frt, (rum
pilr, ,u'l ffi If It a nw di& '
C U. tin. Kit Jmw bL. Mtmx CI17, la.
lrAaant. ! la IM Is, ISbfnSit sl(Vkif. ftt
( OvH Nf f NleaM. W vOiru. UT (tl If. Ml, lr, .
' ... CUtVC CONSTIPATION. ... I
rhtswarsx aCsMtrast, 9tm Ts4j, M '
1 a m n ui hf t'
1 w iik?
fc ... -.w i-NtXN .- V .'WAV,
- The largest and best line of books in Town. Why throw your
monoy away on-useless toys? Bay the young folks a nice book.
Something that they will keep and appreciate. We have all kinds,
comprising: v,j " ' '' .-V;w:' ' : " " !:-4,,,.:!
' Copyright Juvenile by L. Frahl; Ban m; Paper and Linen Toy books; Juveniles in HMQ-BACS-atfc't
board covers; Illustrated cloth ciuartos: Illustrated board quartos; Illustrated gift books;
Bova and Girls series hv . Mrr?;-Ii: aV'-Meart." TS. S. Ellis and G. IT. Hentv: Books bv Ella
J . r J Ml-es Blanch CulIUon nnd I'lele
vVheeler Wilcox; Humorous books in cloth: .Standard fiction in 12 mo, X0 mo and 18 mo , iinmar. we,,t to vyhart Monday
editions. Bibles, Testaments, HuTg vest pocket series, Books insets and if we haven't '''J'J,'! r"'''ul
- AIIam l!. flit I .lifiljiritl una fa lilt. ti
got what you want, we can get it for you. ' " jui .iii;j.h M...d..y. uru-r iw
u. w il k:)().
Uivnmn Scott has Uvti having
ijulle a time m 1 1 ti fever, but Me are
jtlad fo Hole lljul he Is movellng.
Aiuos I .lord went to Kansas last
V ' . k '.'I h i t..i ...
Mlw It a ISwuivns Is at home from
WArreulnirg where she has Istn at
tending school Sln Mill remain at
home uiitli uflrr ( hil-tnwis.
Hevefftl of our young people at-
1 tended the litvrry Tilday night nt
( Old V ii In u I and report a rplciidld
" 'Foster hut organized another cot
- f ttr Jrner tm-etlng. This makes
; jthriv for Foster.
I-' J" U. f o. le ho U working u'Jt t
t le In Idge gan iit Mound t'lty.eaiue
jdowu f-.ililid,iy to repair tlie cnttle
. yards, un . tn;ed ovi-r Suiidny with
Mr. Abe Slietroae has Just com
prTiOda four room addition to his
bojne. j ,
!!)', !is'ii!li'd his iippoiutiiient (it
lie- I liri-).ni fl,4jp ) uinlay liiorn
1.1,4 Mil l i V idng.
. ,'i'lie MetlitHlistrt, PaptUls IllldSll
h'ni vi ill nil ha vet lirlsl nuiM Irit-s IhU
U v a.e k!oI to any We hao a r'oa
ti r 'I I. ue iA eir w u, mid a ery lu
ti r t !iig p,iVf It l-t to. We hopv It
uX ills ui soon m our ollur pn
.tT4 hae. Ill a poor town iht
,-MK'f i'f"i d a piis r j
We have lofs of special quit busi
ness offerings which we will tell you
irorrt day to day.
Ore lot of Men's Silk,
Fleeced Lined Undershirts
and drawers, one. e tch, worth
mu h more.
One lot Lilies .ill woul
shirts and pants, $1.50 value
Juteultaa by Uautu.
l ot and lt la Merry land.
The Wojjdft.d Wlard of O T.
Anit-rf, 110 l'alry Tales.
'I n Kr,ngs i.f i'sther tioose.
Mot tier tjisise la VriMs1.'
I'nthi r (iiKtae, His J!.i..k.
Tiie Annual AJphuls't.
The Anny Atpliabet.'
The Nsiy Alpknliet,
IlK-llhlful S)luiU''i ,r i.M.ms, I'i.i
n ad Things. .
.Travels In Ki;rj,,
The Sulns t'aiuH.v r., liiiu.oiir
flUnU ai.d Ai.l.ii.-.Ti of ).,. World.
Men and Woinen at I h '.ihle.
L:lbh Hei-oi's.' . 4 '
ji.ii 4. New and Old.
Y III Is of M. Wode.
C:iod I.!l k.
il l ht O' the Morning.
)o 11 the .Mls-.Usippl.
Uoii.eli. Hue hlor-Jj-,-,,,,, tlie Thrtdtl.- to the rmddtbta
JL1111 1 of Wonders. The
UV of Kit Carson.
liluitrsfsd Cio li (Quarto.
1 i.l.CiigforThe Msg.
lu.y Tisveler Arom;d the World
J'lii illi' Ain'ili H.
AMory of the World mid lis 1'eo.
J n' vw-'f r1'.,,rv .v . .v.-ix'. ;
'n 'i4-I aJ J: --Jz JilX v
IIOI.LS l-l.' 'u j. 411.0 (iirl.
(r.nsl.fnl ITfUeli. ' '
! Iletly. A w !(( 1 i.!;! "
l"hil..u I 1 Villi.. u t I. ii. . The
Lt ullilren's lMuiii.i li;e. 'i n
Four fit ;in b l.ind.
ftllil I.I Ten Thj"',; r'.vd,-
( I.o.-t fu S.iiiio.l.
)(lUt f 1 Hi hiol!.
j 1'i.l'iee I'eantliid.
!'. !l..-, A New i n-Lioned HU I.
. !: .1 i:o,e r.d Tiger Lily.
jl.iii;;- cf i:i;t.U- A
X'eet tiirl (iinilii.ib-, A
Teiupliitlon of Olive Latliner.
Ihe Wild Kilty.
W oi I I of Oli-I. A
Youutf Miitbieer. A
Lost In tlie Wilds.
I'e.1. or lift ting F.mii With llliu,
I'liroiuh Jungle and Wilderness.
Cp liieTiipajos. . 1 j "
Walt of the Moiiut.iliis. The
ll. iity Ho. I.s. ::o Titles. ' '
' IUMT l'lll e-i iv. ,) I llll.
.iaiininl he l-H lii-s .s Miles.
I mi nerles. ni I lid. ' -(Johh
ii L';i'is S-cl. s.--.Trill, h.
' On lot of
7 ribbon price.
olnves fur Str.
W r ii
i utsb your
J. M. COWAN, Propiictoi
best quality tnoirc fancy neoU
One Jot of Ladies $ i 35 Suede
I School Shoes.
t' V7V S
With every pair of
school shoes we give a
combinaiion pencil holder. cnnininrt:r Ipad pencil,
)- .slate tuncil. Din and hu!ili r
IJf' wqoI Ii alf hose 10c. was 35.
jt; Othr people are picking up our bargains,
why not you?
nf M PTifinrn 0
ii .y.r ii c m
I'llo-iiie t uns i'lle
M.jn.y 11 iiiiiiUJ il it if lull.
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