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mm tmm Mi cjadiY. for 'chmse A few of our varieties that we offer for 10c lb., a saving of from 5 to 10c a lb. SfPur stock and compare. We have the best candy and best bandy display ever offered m south west Missouri. We make this list for conveniece of School Teachers and Sunday Schools. if 10c' lb.' ! cm 10c lb. Any This Variety3 "'.Si if 1 P ' - "3S 5 H :, ...Jelly Beans, assorted flavors. ...Butter Cream Drops. ...Maple Blocks. . ..Winter Green Cream Wafers. ..Peppermint Cream Wafers. ..French Creams, assorted flavors. ..Bisque Fruit Bon Bons. ..Pearless Squares. ..Assorted Cocoanut Cubes. ..Lemon Butter Scotch Wafers. ..Queen Jellies. ..Duchess Gum Drops. ...Vanilla Fudge. ...Honey Comb Chips. ...Butter Carmels. ..Mint Lozenges. ..Bar Taffy. ..Elite Creams. ..Jelly Top Creams. .Cream Peanuts. ..Strawberry Flavor Cocoanut Bon Bons. ..Chocolate " " " " ..Maple " " " ' ..Little Butter Cups. ..Satinetts. ..Candy Bordeaux Walnuts. ..Orange Slices. ..Peanut Brittle. ..Chocolate Fudge. ..Gypsy Mixed. ..Starlight Kisses. ..Marshmallows. ..Honey Moon Molasses Kisses. ..Chocolate flavored cream Covered ..Vanila " " " ..Maple .Strawberry " " Dates Chocolate Flavored Cream Kisses. Vanila " Maple " Strawberry " " " Butter Scotch Wafers. Imitation Apricots. ...Lemon Slices. .....Raisin Fudge. ( Peanut Fudge. ........Variety Drops. Pearless Squares. ...Imitation Nut Walnut Creams. Toasted Marshmallows. .Snow Top Caramels. 20c lb. 'Fancy Chocolate 20c lb. ..Chocolate Peanut Clusters. ..Chocolate Pralines. ..Chocolate Apricots. ..Chocolate Dates. Chocolate Grenole Walnuts. ..Chocolate Caramels. ..Chocolate Chips. ..Chocolate Trilbies. ..Chocolate Sour Lemons. ..Chocolate Maples. ..Chocolate Pineapples. ..Chocolate Peanut Tops. ..Chocolate Nougutines. ..Chocolate Imitation Almonds. .Chocolate St. Nicolas. ..Chocolate Sour Orange. ..Chocolate Raspberries. ..Chocolate Figolittes. .Chocolate Jelly Tops. ..Chocolate Macaroons. 25c lb. Cream Flowing Center Chocolates 25c lb. .Chocolate Walnut Tops. ..Chocolate Onlys. ..Chocolate Pineapple. ..Chocolate Strawberry. .Chocolate Lemon. ..Chocolate Mongoline. ..Chocolate Almond Tops. ..Chocolate Cocoanut. .Chocolate Orange. ..Chocolate Maple. ..Chocolate Nougents. ..Chocolate Raspberry. .Chocolate Pecan Tops. ..Chocolate Cherry. ..Chocolate Banana. ..Chocolate Peppermint. ..Chocolate Vanilla. ..Chocolate Burhead. ,.yt lb Chocolate Bon Bons in Fancy Boxes 25c. Hershey's Almond Milk Chocolates 5c. . Best English Walnuts 20c. .Almonds 22c. . 1 lb Chocolate Bon Bons in Fancy Boxes 50c. . Hershey's Milk Chocolates 5,c. .Brazil Nuts 20c-2lbs. 35c , Phelo Nuts 20c-21bs. 35c. .Filberts 15clb. .Mixed Nuts 2 lbs. 35c. SILVERWARE FOR CHRISTMAS SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE BUYING Check this list and bring with you Phone i 144 Store I 49 NORFLEET & RE-JMI Phone Garage 35 ON THE WING. Mrs. Judge Hedger visited Mrs. .Ledia Durst Sunday evening. December 2 was the;Charlotte Tele phone Company's annual meeting. The following officers were elected: L. S. Paddock and Mr. Walls, and Frank Oldham was re-elected. This is the third term for him and the en tire system is better repaired than ever before. They are replacing the Joles with hedge poles, which will stop some of the expense. Wm. Smith and family were coun ty seat visitors Monday. Uncle Tom Hockett went to Am sterdam Friday and drove in the Miami and the water run over the wagon bed. Mrs. Hockett received a letter from her daughter Mrs. Atia Claypool stat ing that her husband had returned from a hunt and had killed six deer. In one more year Mrs. Browning will have a fine driving mare of her own, bought of Mr. Word southeast of Butler, the Arabian stock. Frank Holland is out for county Always Suitable Suitable For All Good Books Ansco Cameras Crsno's Stationery CesMin's Self-Filling fesisln Pen l':U r ): ;- clerk. Frank is all right and a good citizen. Mrs. Grant Oldham spent Monday with Mrs. Henry Oldham. .Wonder if Geo. Roback is coming back to his farm in the spring. Roy Bartlett is contemplating mov ing to Butler in this month. He is abstractor and is going to work in Peoples Banjc. H. H. McClendon sold his interest in the Sunderwirth coal mine to his brother J. F. McClendon December 1st. H. H. will mine for J. F. till March 1st. Charley Grape has moved in his new house and will complete it later on. Mrs. Tansey Smith was taken to Kansas City Monday to undergo an operation. Dr. Lusk went with her. J. J. Hockett has a stray pig at his barn and wants the owner to come and get it if they please. Rally! Where? Virginia M. E. church. When? December 14th 6:30 p. m. Who for? Everybody. Mrs. Ella Bernhart came down from K. C. to visit her mother. Aunt Amanda Durst who fell a few weeks ago is confined to her bed. S. G. Adams was in this part col lecting taxes Monday. Coleman Snodgrass is certainly working the soil. He has almost all of his ground broken, but he says he thinks he will not have to plant any corn as it is coming up volunteer. Coleman is certainly a good worker. Cyrus Nestlerode lost one of his fine animals Saturday night . Mr. Dan Orear had three sick horses one night last week. Mr. Sims went to Amsterdam Sat urday to meet bis son Charley, who came on a visit ':;: Mr. and Mrs. Schesler took dinner at R. P.C Jensonf borne Sunday. lfr. George Scbmehl made a busi ness trip to Amsterdam. WCUsS. Nestlerode has been on the sick lit . . Ur.Md and lira. Welton spent Friday night wKh ttr, and IIra.Pabl Mentry Hughes hauled coal Thurs day. . Mrs. George Pahlman delivered turkeys at Butler Thursday. The Epworth League topics for December 14th: De-naturizing Our Holy Days for Holidays, Exod 32:5-8, 15-20; Cor. 11:20-20; Neh. 8:9-12; Luke 2:10-11. Miss Jensen, Leader. Everyone invited. Mrs. R. E. Jensen spent Tuesday with Mrs. S. N. Kinon. Mr. Roy McCann is on the sick list. J. R. Hughes was trading in Am sterdam Thursday. . Uncle Neal Porter is not quite so well at this writing. Mr. Jenson and Mr. Kinon made a business trip to Butler Tuesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Satterly, a fine girl. Mrs. Alice Jenkins gave a recep tion to her friends Wednesday De cember 3rd from 2 till 5. Those pres ent were as follows: Mesdames Mamie Hensley, Ettie McKibben, Maggie Park, Aggie Park, Laurie Constable, Florence Harper, W. T. Smith, Dollie Oldham and children, Ada Oldham, Mary Stephens, Jenson, Pahlman, Zinn, Darr, Beuluh Sher man, Shesler, Dr. Lusk.Sallie Foster, Allen Kinon, James Cusick, Gertie Walker McFadden, Telia Wolfe, S. S. Martin, Cordia . Smith, Bessie Wolfe, Georgia Smith, Myrtle Ken sley, Ruby Orear, Rachel Park, Irene Lusk. Refreshments were served, consisting of ice cream, cake and macoroni. A most enjoyable time was had and all left wishing their hostess a most enjoyable journey and safe return and left Thursday morn ing for Arizona. T. H. Smiser sold a horse Monday to the horse buyer at Amsterdam. Mr. Henry Oldham and . wife visit ed Mr. Foster Sunday night Since it was stormy hut Friday night the same program and debate will be given Friday 12th. v , ML Bon GleuUngs. We were visited by tine rain list Thursday night which continued Fri day and raised the Uarais des Cypiei O. C. Adams was .in Foster on tri-neaTc-ir Mr. and Mrs. L. S. McCall went to Foster to visit with Mr. McCall 's par ents. Mrs. G. L. Brayton and son Law son visited J. D. Hess near Hume Sunday. Mrs. Ida Queen of near Foster visited her daughter Mrs. Cora Far- do school, spent Saturday and Sun rell of Hume last week. On her way day with homefolks 1 home she stopped Saturday in Wor- land to visit her niece, Mrs. Geb Spence and sister-in-law, Mrs. Mullis. Miss Ruth Mullies called on Miss Bessie Spence Saturday. Miss Leta Karikin called on on Miss Ellen Mullies Saturday, . returning home Sunday. Mr. Rhodes and Mr. Rankin went to Rich Hill Monday. Toney Dolbon visited friends in Worland Saturday and Sunday. The teacher and pupils of the Mt. Zion school are preparing a program for Christmas tree also. Everybody come and enjoy themselves. There was preaching at the Mt Zion school house Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruth Whited called on Miss Eva Spence Sunday. Chas. Brayton and Chas Fout were Worland visitors Saturday. Geo. Adams butchered a hog Tues day. Andrew Tenbrook's sale was well attended Tuesday. The Mt Zion school" house caught on fire Monday morning but was ex tinguished by the heroic action of the larger boys. P. Sylvester is going to have a public sate December 10th., of live stock and household goods. He is thinking of going West G. L. Brayton butchered a hog last Monday. PANSY. Virginia and Grand . We are in hopes it will stay good weather now after so much rainy weather. . r . , - Mr. and Mrs.' L. L. Judyand daugh ter, Olive, were in Kansas City the latter iiartofflM we . : V ' j- Charley Lent is erecting a new bm-,v--,! ; Kb and tea, Geo. Batter vttted V?k Crg tmX ttr. axl L. S. Paddock and R: F. Harper returned home front Kansas City the latter part of the week. Mrs. E. T. Burge, Mrs. Wm. Ayers and Mrs. Louis Lent called on Mrs. J. D. Whinery one day last week. Miss Una Judy, teacher of El Dora- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Harper Sunday, Dec. 7, 1913, a fine 10-pound boy. Miss Mayme Sacre spent Wednes day night of last week with her teach er, Miss Luella Conard. John T. Harper, who has been in Kansas City the past month returned home last Sunday. Louis Lent and family spent Satur day at T. J. McCall's at Amoret. Jack Grimsley and family spent Sunday at the Geo. Butler home. Mrs. F. J. Rogers, who has been visiting her parents at Harrisonville returned home last Thursday. Elzie Roberts, an industrious farm er, has recently moved to the Geo. Rollen farm. T. S. Grimsley, who has been visit ing his parents at Harrisonville re turned home Thursday. Several from this community at tended the sale at Mr. Tenbrooks Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whinerv and children spent Sundav with Mrs. Whinery's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bowyer. SCHOOLMATES. The' Rich Hill Lodee No. 412. L 0. 0. F., has elected the following offi cers for the year 1914: Noble Grand, A. C. Cate; Vice Grand, C. L. Hoover; Secretary, J. A. Bellman; Treasurer, S. B. Cole; Trustee, Chas. Woolsie. Review. Don't .B By Anyone Advertising an Inferior Article at an Inferior Price Why Eat Cheap, Trashy Stuff at Any Price? Why not go where you can get the BEST at a moderate price, and get your money's worth, or your money back that's the motto ol the Home of Good Things to Eat the cleanest grocery store that was ever in Bates County. ; P; ::';rc?-yis Ve Still Civa 23 lbs. Cf Urt. g-j.fccjt. bar dbcter 3C ,3 ll :tr?3.