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PAINTS & PAPERS
5c to 45c
Best tMmel, 15c per un.
Best Rouse pa!st,13c can,
Best Cs5gypa!att3!jc can,
let ns$ive yon the best
senlce-the test goods.
OPERA DRUG AND
&. B. RlCkCYy tnyftfo
I MHJAIi.niMKKS. S
There is plenty of time set en
New line of beautiful shirt waodj
its at (he l'atrti. j
The tain wa against the street;
fair every clay last werk. j
The Ilazaar ha o i sale lot cf
new belt. Call and see thrm.
A splendid line of up Jcndicl reedy
made wrapper just in at the l?a
taar. Tl.e best crop of corn we ever
taw was planted in June on m w
Pred Cain went to Jlutlrr Tuesday
morning to took alter wmc couit
for Whips, Fishing Tackle, To
bacco and Cigar go to Duvall'
II you want rice new kimona
fro to The Bazaar. They have a
The rainy tea son ha not entirely
discouraged our people hut they
don't feel much like fighting.
Summer tourist rates to Perl'e
Spring via to Mo. P. Ticket! on
aale daila May 15th to Oct. tst.
The first time you are in town
Call at the liazaar and examine their
t new stock of wrapper, lou wi;J
Mr. Rose Standifer, of Spring
field Mo., arrived in the city Tues
day morning for a week' visit with
j home folk and friends.
Geo. O. Circle says hi early
plant of potatoes has plenty of top
but no potatoes.
'I he !mt ! i.-, pullt-J out lot
!'.iiiuly inxjinng f'ir Iiin, Ku,
V. T. liovall bus l ire bne rf
Shoe t liis Kscket .Si., re on It e
Mssr. Timpltt-.m in. 1 Hales
attended the opening of titcuit couit
at Butler Tuesday morning.
Severil thefts were convriittnl
last week but none of them were
profitable to the thieve.,
Cecil Ames arrived home Irani
Maker L'nivernify just in time lv se
the trett show. Such tight he
would be a long time in J5!dwin to
Mrs. G. C. Underbill returned
home lat Frida) from an extended
visit to her brother and other rela
tives and friends in Nthraka and
the commencement exercises at Ha
ke! University, Kansas, where her
son attends college.
Geortre A- Huckeby returned
to Moberly Ut Thursday If isa'Hs
Tie !f.-rr:fn f'-stonar: base
Ii;i-m Milr'i I rn.t -f the German
Mrs. J. M. J'.'! af.ne and :. it
making a !.oit visit to Nevada rela
Ives. ,'o,.n II. I !- i - baa been t;rjr.t
eJ six and e'.t ihlr pension af
ter a stru;;lc t. fcbit six sear and
affidavit enough lv Suave bung h;tn
f';r murdfr, l ad be I ceo n trial fcr
sot h . 1 itne.
Gabe" lledden got so in trt
habit of tornirg to I'mn last week
to ee the show that he cou'J'nl
resnt ttatting in the tame way this
wetk, but since the sseather has
f rtome settled we haven't seen bin
onrr. He u;ut be at work.
Jutie V. V. (Jiavcs,
Tl Uautsf;,! nn.!",-r How ' t l
r t tt frry iD,r,
fining to lit onJ,tWa A lb
ton .! rrry fe-ar rvplv frota bT at-U-n-la!
t! !: h HI.I enrrlrnL
T. t. f Vtnnttnff tjftr"! !.' ,
Mitrlaj, llt. a f,r li.'ir" fl.,.
'""t ' l-flTI J .'14 f , r
f.tr.iTTt r h ;i :, j;,-,
! i.w ff,-!r t f. f.irrr-r.
w:t'r I'-.,,fri wm l-i 5 . a t.:r
tr-tt tin ?s.
i i,'irii hm, J,', t, f ;
Judjf-Kr.b ainrwt fi i H5rk.f. v K. T. J. H r. .y
1 ,t4 wrM,l J,'it s-k. 'j! J 1 i' k ep (Ikm U t Usr U t.'.Ht
e-1 tt iww !in?t et f ot J'-jfli. j w)rf ,4 '
i s-r crty thnnj tit ir,.lay
Mra. Mirff1e (iunAMa d I'.Vh Iiri
sWt-l W loothr. Mra. T. I ln,
'Mm. IM sjuv-r sm u!tf k Kat-
urdn, Jrtitl m-.u h xr.
H,i?-r JUf a Arer lis a-: f;r ln-! ,,r- H - TarsV-t
rh:!f'iW"l 'n blth 1 t.W ' -vt ' "'-re J Vrj Vl jj-t- av,w ;
We ,1; nUh (i-tt Hill n;i i jrrj?
; tVra su-rn.-t-,r..
, f-tnr.ifr t- r hr'xht m..
'. S. r;-v. H t,..-nr.!
I a r. J fi.-r f,J
i?l I-tict. Y.jLM-iTS KtaViJlr"
s;me better than futmeriy, is ti!J
too sick to attend court. At the
time for convening court Tvtesdaj
morning, the liar unanimously se
lected Judge J. F, Smith special
of Nevada and over the II. A. T.
His wife went with him. b-virH.
Woid rtctived from Mr. H, says
W'e are in receij t of a copy of
the Carthsge Chautauj-jan, show
ing an intcrtstiog program for the
they reached Moberly Sunday, bav- assembly to be held June j j to July
ing been dalayed at Hoonviile by
the high water until that ti-ne,
Trains ate getting down to near
ly schedule time again. The peo- j
pie have appreciated the situation j
and there lias l-een scarcely any
complaint, but s,H will begladwhtni
the train tervice becomes, regular
Rev. C. C James, Miss Nannie
Hucktby, Intj James and Lyndon
Fhifer. eitlegates to the Carthage
a. Inclusive. 1 or an outing that
will te entertaining, profitable and
elevating in all it$ pendencies, inere
ca be none better. The manage
ment have snared no pains, seem
ing!y, to arrange an entertjin-.f.eat
' that wj'l fu all sirs of our better
nature and prove elevating and ed
ucational to all,
Dif.it: at her h3Ti5 i l city
Sunday afternoon, June 7th, 1903,
Maggie, wife of C R. Darnell, in
District Ep worth League conention
( the fifty-seventh year of er age.
She had lj.tR a geat iurr'erer 'of
1 ! .1 . T' r 1 v. r. , . 1. u 1 . - It "
lho?e planted r , .7 , ' . " -luiany snonthi and a!j tsJ
! later have but little top end no no I'"!1' B" 'thM r,Usl.-
j ... t ' 3d Virgle Lundine and ( ar.ai.
! TU r . f n,, ,.. Ry Tl.nma,i ftttt iog ouM do, but of no avail.
S'tai t.r.-- TfnirVnfs A:-n'a tr.w.f-
I a I .Mr t-.irv!.-,. . r?;n Pa-,4.
wftlk ri5orj(J ttynb.
Ii'b Aabroy (A ItWli II:;!, t1;J
lng frVml here H anJay.
etijoyfl a Wjt r11 Vt Crr.laiv ! s J
1 44 tfce i-.i.iia StrV.t fa ta iiort t
A ... It-!Ii'S'f !!!
Lnek hturdij-. 3. C, iss.il &sie
were pkntlful, m tltr were f-y;r
tar CbMm an twk.
r (inj's ! f ..ifi f.e
, trt I n-lw tttF st-'w t!i!s 4lP t!e 'rs. a. r-w-1 t?- "J;fe --;sr.
or five on every tr.
ois 00 nrta irsia r-cnlar toitI.rt:-
Mrs. Uunsworth aai u.i.ti-r, ti-. ' frv-f r d'inwL.
frnU, i4 !s0(lrt, TW-SW-d Urn. Jim ' . ' ..
ftvlln. at Kbor Friday.
& k. ill and careful curs-
f 1 . 1,.. r?... r p
-ed t eir vault .otheu patron, tar. ".-.-r. ! Qrk at the home Moniav afternoon
; safely deposit their accumulated Mr. John Gar, an eaily day set-' j ,,,, resnain, were uu ,0 Kan-
jpronii as a result ot Utj Mreer fair . tier cf Rich Hill, shot himself last (
!'.'t 'e I Sunday morning at his home near
If you want a new shirt waist set,
see the new stock at the Bazaar be
fore you buy,
The carnival receipt are reported
to have been about $1500. Not so
bad (or a rainy week.
For randies, fire-cracker and
Fourth of July Flags go to Duvalls'
Mrs. ElTte Smalley and Mis
LoisCate returned to Richard Mon
day attcr a visit to home folk and
seeing the carnival.
Mr. Jessie Palmer, of Pueblo,
Colo., arrived in the city Sunday on
a visit to ber mother, Mr. J. J.
Warren and other relative.
Rev. W. D. Chancellor sai I the
ceremony that united the live of
Manley Brown arid Mis Valerian
Deck ai one, at the home of the
groom' mother in this city Sunday
The city cleik ha moved to bis
new quarter In the city hall build
ing. If you want to see him now
you can get in right on the ground
floor, lit will b glad to see you,
epeci'.!y if you want to pay your
water tents or dog tax.
A shoit time ago Judge I). V.
lUown of Hutler, public administra
tor, went to Ruhville, Ohio, bis old
home, on a visit. FriJay, June ad,
word wm received by bis laiiiily
that be b.id been stricken with par
alysis that day. Hi wife and son
at once went to hint, but on Thurs
day word waa received at KutUr
that be died that morning, before
they arrived,. Ta titwi wa a
rte.it tkock ta hi mane f t ie ml hi
While we had, leemingly, almost
constant rain here during the carni
val last week, the show people said
il wa a week of the best weather
they had had since starting the
Mis Nellie Warten wa married
June 1st to Mr. James Fotts, of
Denver, at Pueblo, at the residence
of her sister, Mrs. Jessie Palmer.
She will make ber botne at Denver,
R. A. Jurd, wife and son le It
Monday noon lor La Hatpe, Kan
sas, for a three or four day' visit
and from there to Fort Scott to
visit Mr. Jurd' father' family for a
few day. Tbey will be absent for
a week or ten da) .
Capt. James YanDcnthusen and
wife came down from Adrian
Fiiday on a viit to Prof. C. T.
VacUenthuscn and family, and to
tea the street show. It bept the
Capt. busy greeting old fnendt and
seeing the ights.
Some burglar cntcted the home
of W. F. TygarJ Friday night and
stole a couple of revolver and got
fifty cents tn money for their trouble.
Hanker keep money in their bauks,
not in their jxxketi. The butgiar
who come to Rich 11:11 srrm to base
hankering lor guns. They cer
tainly think they will need ihuti in
their business when (hey git to Rich
Jo Wind ell and Waiter Globe
were returning home Satuiday uighi
from escorting their girls home alter
tne carnival and just at the eJge of
town wcie stopped by ihtcc high
Wiiymcn, ordvied to li.ijv i.p then
Imiuli winch they did were
searched fur loot ciunge, but the
lobbrt finding none liM them to
mu on, tbrj' vserei-t the men
they wete looking bir. They ate
believed to base t een a ptt of ti e
same gang tbat brAe into Ji)hnnc'
note, W. F. T)gd' lu)ue, and
stole the laborer coat.
Peru, in Lone Oak township. Mr.
Ganz was about seventy-five years
old. He had been in poor health
for some time and this is supposed
ta have been the cause of his taking
his own life. He leaves a wife and
five grown sons.
ICicbarcls' New PoatiuaMer.
Thos. Smith has been appointed
potttuaster at Richards, Vernon
county. Mo., in place oi Chas. C.
sas City for interment.
We have a few of Irl Hicks' al-
j manacs which we w ill give to any
new subscriber ho pays one year
in advar.ee or to any old subscriber
who will pay cp one or more year"
subscription There isn't many of
them, but they are good and give
you a better forecast of the sveather
than the weather bureau has been
giving you recently. So far this
season Hicks hasn't missed it a of
ten as the other fellows.
To intelligent mothrrs we recom
mend Scott's Lmulsion as a help'
for weak cmldren. Nature docs it
bet -but a child often stay weak
for lie lack of hrlp. Littie dmly
doses of l itt' Emu!sio; bring
Ci. A. It. Mr.KTINU.
Another set cf burglar used a
' crow-bar on the front double-doors
of Johannes Ji; Sons' hardware store
lat Saturday li ght in this citv and
after al!ectinr an entrance hunted
up the gun department. They help'
ed therr.-e! es to fourteen thotgun
and four revolvers which they put in
gunny-sacks, very appropriately,
and proceeded to the Missouri Pa
cific depot jut bke any other trav
eler. While they weie waiting for
cnersl lam;y 1 osi .no. 10, i.m vu.m ixi.in.au
t in tegular session Wednesday j J l-ng looking for another burglar
ling, June i;th, at eight o'clock 1 who bad stolen a coat, and our Jo-
To tmk Smmkiui.im or yhb
(uKMwUt KiimtM Must ax Til a Co.:
NotUe U Ixn liy jttven that tlier
will W a iiuvtlug of tin' shivrx'hiil h-ra
t.f t he tiwk-McKttit a WrrvantiU
Co, at the otn- of mtJ coinpnny lu
ItUh Hill, Mi) , on Kitur.1ay, Jmsm
ruth. Ivncl, from oVUk-Ii aw tu. to 4
o'll.K'k p. in., to vut ou tU billow
To rrdui-c tKe cupttul atoek from
Thirty Tkoua.'ttiit. iKilhira to
T V'ulj-wvi-w 'I lioUKiiud Klv Hnii-Un-l
iKillnr, 11U0 to art on any
oilier liiitnv that limy I iitfaltj
broiiisht U'lor tlw liiwtlmt.
ly ordorof llourd of I M rector.
J. M. Wi Kii'iif.v. l'nt.
L. J.l KinuKM,Hfy,
UUk H'.'l, Mo., Aj.i-U 15,
General Canby Post No. to, u , the tram u:t:cer Knhcart Happen
p. in., in OdJ Fellow Hail, corner
Oth and Walnut streets. All coin
rades are utged to be present. Dy
M. Vo FKt4ANSlK)ler
GftO. P. HllKEIIV. Adjllt4llt
Deafnea Cannot b Ciirrtl
by application it they ivuuiotiwwh
tin tUm'ftm-d portluil ot tt rr.
Thi ne l only one way U euro d-nl-Itiiui,
and thnt 1 by citiiftltutloual
rvimtlUia. li'ittu- U i nuwil by an
tuflutiicd Coil-UlUui 1 if the iiuu'uua
HiiIukoI the llfciui lnnu'ruN'. When
III tutn". Vt lutUiuwd 3u Imve n
ruinUU'ij; aouml or luiin il t lu nrlri,
aul wU'wftU etitln ly cliwl, iH-al-stiui
fa the rv'nlt, 11 a. 1 unlo tln In
anuatlnu t'Htk U tuki'ii ml aud thU
tuU rrlord to It iMjnii.il eou
illthni, hfiirliiu will U li'trtji- f;r
evrr; lilm4 ciiwh out of ten nre -;iu-cd
ly Catarrh, sshleh -. in.tliin t.ut
an Iniliiinoil condition of tlu suk-twt
We will give-On Hun.tiv.! t..!lm
fr any rM of IkiiIjii-m ici:-v lv
(Ktarrlil l'uft foniu't I run-. I t,
llnll'a ( utiirrli Cutv, S ii, f.ir Uvu
F. J. I ll 11 V l; V Jk Co., Tok'di. O.
hold by Jru'k'.ti, 1W.
jtait'i Vun.i'y sir iu uu
Walnut htreet It. II Cburrli.
Theie svill be preaching at the
Walnut Street M. F. Church next
Sunday at 1 1" "a. tn. ' anil p. ' m.
by the pastor.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. ill.
Junii Legue at 1:50 p. m.
Ivpwoith League at 7 p. .
Lpwuitl) League n.ble Study
Clas lucsiUy esening al Jijo.
Player meeting Thursday 7 : o.
Ciias. C. Jastf . Pastor.
hannes burglars tovk it for granted
he was looking fur them anj started
to run. Of course the of.icer and
his aittaat took alter them, and'
lira. Hnry Tork, of Mliwr&I Kan.
atu, waa tWUtwj ber fatter, Mr. L
W are pJ?axl xo not? that !'
Hul'la Hajn-r U rvc-overlngfrora bx-t
rwot p-U o Khtru;aatiirt,
U , V, loUn.tt, Jr., lu '
the iMtKt Sttt fca"- .,
UiuJ.i- - ageoraoTer tb
road, lie iarc baaed tl-e
corn Irora W. F. Tygart.
I. V. Lyncb wa lu r.atr Lit
week with a car l'aJ of HoweU
coanty bogt wtkh he solJ to aome
faniir im-at Hume.
Quite a number of oor Kfe-th rj'ie ;
attt-ndrAl tlte carnival lu Ilkh UIU
Friday and Sataniay, rvgarifc of
the mad. Tbey bad a fine time wLUe
la town, bat Just ak tbeui about ,
Mi Fraukle le-ntioudl viitlas;
relativea and friend la th! vkinity j
before etarting on bor trip to Art
Mr. JohaauingTueier ot Apple ton'
Oty. came over to make asbort visit j
to hi relatiTe. J. King and family.',
bust Saturday week and i ti"d here
on account of the high water. j
IloWrt SJcCuUocb and wife aad 1
ton went to F.icb HU1 8uuJay the
aafet w ay tbroogb the mud went
Cocle Ike Neat, baa been about the
brjftieat one around Wre the past
working with hi bos' hived
a many a four swarm la one day.
rkjnlre KJ HJdi-n ant Li rally of
Fair VWw. Suadaye-t with J. H.
Itorroa and family.
Milton lieAnsi.nd and wife arv
r.iMuJ iwinenl of a Bne Iwsby tlrl
n-jlli:l' Hfi:r mill l.r.it ;,-!- 1
i-ntTt.ale.t a few of t!-'.r fri.-u li
Sunday livening. Ik-Ik lou traw-U-rry
kx; crraiu w.va e rvil. We
know the rrvain wa i.-l'rt-iou lor
ye rlle was on anions; tbe fortu
nate orx prwnt.
Wonder if tho" youns uku iw
any ghiU ou tbrlr way bom holi
John Kiujr wriu- boiue that lw U
Rsf aai Cars j-iict, gl'.o, - - - 65
Ke-Ubelei Mixti PalcuSt.p -. sl-s 8 5s
Grlaci Eratvl Mixi Pattt? ns, - - 1.50
Wi-;a, IcIexrt, Cifrr- TsJit ?nti.
Hard OUs, Varcisb Stait as 5 cccs Ix c
Re J Star Leai.j-tr too Y'. - - - 5.00
Wehave the Sargt cp3 st&tk cf i- si;-- H
town, &t prices that caa't te t-ichei by ;:.rt.
Ail out paints are cM tcoder tb s.rc-sst j si-istse
cf asy paiat oa the market.
Ca;e ia aai let us gurc ca yc? pi'it is-
We caa save yoi Ecaev.
ROYGE DRY GOODS CO.
hCCCESSoU TO W. K. tOTCE.
1 --h 1..1 Rt Cr.iulr rAtinti. Wrumluz.
got tbtni with their pl.m Icr. Thryj , , w!th theeouairy.
were ti4V.cn t the cxbiboose and
locked isp. On Monday morning
they appeared in coutt and plead
guilty and v. ere taken to btutlcr and
lodged u jii!. Tbieses ought to
give Johatuics iV. S(.n a wide berth.
They always get caught when they
fivil mcuml thai fnu, This is the
second set inside of thirty days. The
nest set thai tiy that game arc l.ke
ly to get their bends blcvtn off be
fore they gtt band on their booty.
Flrat I'resbyteriau Cburch.
There will be pleaching ten ice
next Sunday at II a. in. and 3
Ptayer meeting Thursday 8 js.m.
Sund.tv Scho.d at 9: a. tn.
Junior Lndeavor at 3 p. m.
Senior Lndeavor at 7 p. m.
W. B. CtlANv E1.I.OR,
WANTFIi YOl'S'tl MKN to pn tmrv
lor lovi-rmiM'dt I'lmltloim. rin"
1 hiiIu,: In nil 1 fc i.irt i.i-nts iii.. I
S;it.irit-i. lirt ttt l'riikit.l.u. l.
iiiutii.illon ni. I'urlii ul,r fnv.
lutt-r-Mata Ctr. liot..i -l.sr Iwijm I.i,
ltiHVA'k-r M 111 rSll I tlllit tli.'V
chu K t ail t lu- bit r 111 ! n a loii l
llu' t-tiiintry il bouts lri..iU-.
tliat tti- niiT, ri.'iu u. i'r
li-nllni; lu l.oi.tn in Itmt fxuiitr .
mi't we will t I. lo 1
tint .V"i. or ill M il I 1 mi ml
llu lio-r-it 11 r tt..ii y -o ihmj
w nut lu ivii-iviii t.i Itn-1 oiititr .
Vim etill nut u. 'r M'iiit ir
sir-l l- rail and kv iu. l.s or
al, ut rutra al oy inn,',
potul&c::k. o mi, v.h
Tbo rc.nil i-rrrti-r warn nfT bU route
Friday and H.it ctlr. IK svrtil tv
Kiui:ii City to hunt no hi il.
ilnuchit-r, troi!ii-r and family, lie
found tin-'.. 1 !! but bin wt!' in not no
well fci i -.- i!.v ntuK-k ! tlw H'H.l.
our rwil vl.aft U ilesn er oue
tiiuitloil jiu.l tvieut.v tiie fit t aud
still Mini'.ii; d.iss n.
C fiirui'.'r ur.-lu our corn and It
liii'lt it, Thrrr U ..init li.lii we
r littl. Il"rt on !.-.in, tbe K, C.
fliii-l liitiiii'm .!.!iii-.ent of ;hv1.
That dlfli uliy si ill U o n-.-iitf aoa
We ar i:i b-ia tli.tt It Mlllisot r:Uu
f.r a lit to wo c.isk v bow we
can j;vl "l-"1 wltbuut mud.
llou'l know if It waa the weather
or twcauna M. L. 1Uh)' favorite bwir
ber ti a lcaW la Itlvli Hill to pi.or
i4 taj las at lira v ley ssa tlie can-i
if I'nu'a iu-iatKbolly lM.tkbvt week.
Several ef our farmer were oVltr.
riuf bo to IUkil baser Ut
Hootb Btade a trij ti liut!-r
Is whore you can buy tho
Cheapest and at the same ( j
time get the Best Fitting .
hT. I.O I'M F.XCl 'ItSION,
U tins .t. K. A T. by . f Kouiul
1'riji. S(iH iil OmIu Ii mvih No d .
Mo., a I 1 ! n. m . arrii!i at M.
l.oitU S.it nrd.iv 1.' ' li''ii.
!'. tmi.ini t:.ki t v ilt t !'t 00
r;u'.af trains Iv.islUiT M. ImiU at
ttnl -iy nut. I nl II d. Sun.! iv luom
la at l i and oil NjHxI.kl Train k-v-iuc
ht f ol.x k snit.l.sy uUUt.
111 t- l.llxtlllllilHttl-l U""
WoiM'a .or iiiniiii.U, th'4 luany
Ami.- 1111 i.t liif '.i, 1 I hi. 1-oiua
Jim Akiua vieiit to I'.l li H.l! Ut
Wettuewlay an I did uot r't bvKae
tiil halurday eseuitiit ou accouut of
lvte llarta wa at IT.sirte tit;' ou
buniutwa lt FndAV.
C. 0. Iltebforxi twaaanl t. taake
ll to F.ka llU!lat Tbunsd.sy tlir.ub
lb tili water aad broubt o'lt ttie ;
wail wilb buu. We ill b k! d
when tW we p'i ilowu o s
ran crl iiur Iiiil rt-ul.trl axiu. '
W e siotktsl that a L w were tempt- j b
t br th nic wtiM-r tat hii.i.i;
to plow eoru. 1 tUtuk tbey had
better bave a aul t'.-l is it day.
lt..ro Ou Ut huuJ.iy uiorr.i!!
J.la VJerrtt aod i.V wvrv iua-!e
t.U'vy by tb arrtial f a youii u
at tt !r botu.
W bava lx-u biforinvxl tb.tt J.iu
11 jn J baa nutl fi!.U, a W l:.u at
.tt bad a'd b eouUl eal. and now j
lw U 5itui to Wl tue on el try 1
We vn.Urtiid tbat Sau-t-iy
'b. b. l.vrtoJ ajjabi at the 114".
py llll tfcurvtu FsrrjlHOy ought
to turu tul and tj.i.0 l a r t , ri'iuunu
m at U a. ia.
dii'l bav a loiuU-r ivf tr tr
4;,t hve avit any wru l.intJ
j t, l-ul arv t ..I Itlush;
Wlat la IbU (-art of lb eouatry
bit tlrut pretty 1 and u.'l
tuid - tVi' t'ij t'.iifci p.al! C.oti-t
U tMtM4 tLe iti'oxkti ti ttiJ t. l.vul I a'.uouat to very lutii'tu
There is no Vrco lines made to
equal tho famous S, & M.
and "Vitals' brands. You cannot
buy theso, brands, or anything
equal in style and workmanship
to these, in all clothing stores, but
you can here. All we want is for
you to step in try one on youll
Wo have handled these makes
for years and have built up our im
mense clothing business with
these famous brands, and oar hon
est "one cash price" method ot
UJE GAII SUIT YOU.
ll-itf )oi set a ifejse Ucst Nc Hjs a tsts?
Utj-'re Emlies. S..S0 tach.
You'll bo comfortable it you'll
wear the right clothes. Per in
stance, one of those two-pi see ma
imed suits, and they don-'t cost
much either. Come in and s ee for
yourself. Wo are tho CIothiers
and Furnishers cf the County.
UU W LLO " UJlkilUULI
CorCth&rcrk Ac. rJcliKili, :x ",