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With Ghri stmas Just Around The Corner
It's Time Now To BUY And Here's the Place YOU will certainly buy, as a part of your Christmas cheer, such things as fruits, candies, fine vegetables, nuts, cakes and other "good things," . It's time NOW to select what you want, and here is the place. Our offerings appeal to a discrim inating taste which demands the BEST. Judge for yourself, Permit us to "show you" Missouri style, FINE FRUITS AND FANCY VF6ETABLES FOR CHRISTMAS There arc fruits and fruits. Some are fairly good, others arc a whole lot bettor. Our Christinas offerings iW superbly good in Orange" the fancy Navels, at 25c, 35c, 40c and Tide per dozen. Bananas, Apples, Grapes, Tropica Fruits of all kinds, are equally fine. In Fancy Vegetables we offer Lettuce, Cauliflower and Celery. We'll have the finest Cel ery you ever tasted the pick of the California crop, direct from the fin est celerv fields in America. IF CANDY OF REAL QUALITY APPEALS TO YOU, HERE IS THE PLACE TO GET IT Our assortment of fancy box can dies, suitable tor Christmas gifts is, we believe, unequaled hereabouts. Beau tiful boxes, without increasing cost, tastily wrapped, ami with a pretty Christmas card to enclose, at all prices. In bulk goods we offer a tine line of high grade Chocolates and Bonbons, Hand-made Mixed candies, and indeed all kinds. Every ounce is absolutely fresh, NEW Stodk, just made. Each kind is selected with care for its ex quisite, flavor and absolutely purity. Whatever you may have thought, lei us supply your candy-wants THIS Christmas, and judge for yourself. Christmas Cakes Fancy Decorated Cakes a spe cialtv with us. A special course In Cake decorating from an expert cake-artist en ables usto execute spec ial orders of any size, just as elaborate as you r ii i 1 Jl desire, x neyare oeauu ful and attractive, and the cake - baking is su premely delicious as well as absolutley pure. FINK FlU'lT CAKES . ,...,.1 ........ COPvrifcwY tc ill .C pri NHII1U HTB vou the trouble of baking, and you'll havt delightful Christmas specialty, without wbii Christmas is complete. A delivery system run righl 'on time certain. that h no niak es our receiving oraen Fresh Nuts Cf All Kinds Row in an. I ready tor yon. Yon 11 notice they re BJCTTBB tlmri you usually gel Reason n!ly priced, tno Ste. (Jene vicvi. Paeans '' ' ''",s pound. Mason's Bakery "ItOWN TOWN" PHONE III I ARMINGTON Try A Hot Chocolate Whcnyon'M down town hoping. ' 'in Mud li pare, fragrant, delicious end da lightful i inly to at Soda Pons tain. BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES Tiiylcir Smith is usslstlni: with th. correspondence In I'rnf. Monthnrt's oflico at piMMlt. Misses Bve Wolfe and Amy Car ter paaaad our iirst shorthand and typewriting teal this weak. New itudente bavins enrolled since ..in last !t.'tn bmi Messrs. Fred L'asteel and Homer Purgeaou i Farmlngton, ami Autbui Boyar of Pit dmont. Miss Margrel O'Snlllvan, who re cently took charge of tin buatnaaa I departiuetil of the Induatrial school fur Olrli at Obllloootbe, writes that Hhr Is well pleased with hrr new duties and mrrougdlnga in general. Mis Pearl Qrlffln r near Farm lugton hai recently enrolled for our Mail Course in the Bookkeeping de partment. Other young people hould avail themselves of this cx oellent opportunity of learning aborthand and bookkeeping by mail. Miss. s Knth Qlbbo and On ate Sryde and Clinton Rogers nave heen recent graduates. Miss Mr- Brydr left thin week for her futun bone in Oorpue Ohriatl, Tessa, where sio will sooure a stenographic poaltlon, while Mr. Bogora went to Hi. Louis to Hrok offloe employ ment . Miss Uihlis will do tempor ary work In Prof. Moothart'a oflloa, but experts in due time Intake regU lar Office work. BIRTHDAY DINNER. Uncle" atea Cunningham of ru, ral route No. 2 ooleb rated Iha eighty-second anniversary of his birthday. The ehlldren and neigh bora came with well-fllled baaketa, and the dinner table waa laden with all kinds of good things to oat. Tboae preaent were Mr. nml Mrs.' Mack Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. JelT Cunningham, Mrs. Annie EUcknrd and son, Leonard, of Bonne Torre: Mr. and Mr. Thomai Cun ningham, Mr. and Mrs. .John l)e- irranl of Doe Hun; Mr. Milt Cun- i Bonne Terre; M ra, Mary of Bonne Terre i Mrs.j ilaton and sou, M.lvin, it rl and Baale Rlokard of Illaaea Inia and 'lira ham, WUIe and Telia Cun- i, Salli" and Birdie Hitter, Polaton, and Susie, Joeeie, and I. aura Degrant ol Doe m.-hsi Sammy Cunningham,' Cunningham, Herbert ami Cunningham, and Luther Do of Doe Ruu. Grandpa is hale and hearty and enjoyed the company Ivor) much. We wish him many more happy birthday aunlverearlcs, Brand Daughter I. A nlngnn Thomi Bmms Mis-" Bonne Onnnii nlnglui Lorem Salli' Ban Alvi. Lyth irrni.' I J A GROUP OF GRIFFON MODELS THAT REPRESENT THE HAND I WORK OF HIGH CLASS CUS TOM TAILORS. Any of these three styles will appeal to you if you will only come into our store and try one of them on. The very latest designs and colorings, made up-to the-minute, and the prices are just right. $13.50, $15.00 and $18.00 Cole & Nixon Merc. Co. t a number of Perry county horae have died recently from an unknown enusc unless it was the result of i eating worm-eaten eorn. Bai . it. I'. Baylor, the pastor of the Methodist church at Prederlek town, had u lively Sunday morning iervlce. lie took occaalon to cen sure tin' Masons for holding a ban quet, dttrntg his revival services, ami Marvin OoUoge tor giving an entertainment, and the parlies assaulted arose and talked straight hack til htm in church. Serious trouble Is expected from his criti cism. Nearly a year ago, a littl" four year old baby of Mrs. David Davie oi Bayte, swallowed some ooucen. (rated lye. and it died lust week. after every effort had i n made in all these months to save its life. The shoe factory al DeBotO lias a pay roil of nearly 110,000 a month, he greater part of wbioh is spent i town. In li. m. Bprongle of (treenvllle dng up in his y ard a lew days ago, a cam paign badge of 1MB, with Btephia A. Douglaa on one side, and Herccbel V, Job neon. It la in a polity good) state of preservation . We Want You to Have a Merry Christmas. WE extend you a cordial invitation to visit our store and see the pretty Holiday Presents. We want you to see our store in Holiday Dress. Big line of TOYS of every description. We can furnish presents for everybody at prices within reach of all. Come be fore the prettiest and best are sold. We assure yon that we are always glad to have you visit our place of business. Jacob Helber. The Place to Get What You Want. There are twenty-three children in the family of O. M. Wyatt of Miss-! iNHippi county. He wan a widower I with ten children when he married n j widow with seven, and the family has heen Increased hy six, making twenty-three. -. A mau called "Peg" Mitchell on account of having a woodeu leg, who was confined In the jnil at Pop lar Blulf, scaled the 40-foot wall on the 23d ult. and made hi- escape. How he accomplished it la amlstery to the officers. The Kennott Democrat suggested that a building and loan association would be a good thing tor that town. BISMARCK BREVITIES- The Sawyer mill is running regu larly now. Mrs. M. I). Matkin has heen quite sii k fha past week. Dr. stammer left Wednesday for Hot BprlngS, Ark. Born, to the wife of n. t. gam mer, a ten-pound hoy. it. li . Marhnry, Esq., oi Parmlng- IngtOU, was here Monday. Misses Lena and Rallie Ramsey visited in St. Louis Thursday, Mrs. T. W, Maxwell oi Belgrade visited relatives here this week. Mr. Alfred Hlnae and Miss Bflh Bt. Clair visited DeBotO Simdav. Mrs. O. F. Hunt is vlaltlng nor daughter, Mrs. Poor, in Oklahoma. ir. j. a. Baton of Belgrads was I here Sunday en route to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Hammer of! Doe Hun visited relatives here this . Week. Mr. JchmIc Jopltti of Kureka, Bt. I Louis county, visited friends here Sunday. Mr. Claude H. Baton, Cashier of the frondale Hank, visited relatives lu re Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Sehnstlan are enter tain!,' their daughter (ram William-i Villa this week. Mr. A. O'Connors reports that he la doing Wall with his hrokeu lituh j at his St. Louis home. Mr. 0. B. Templcton and wife of! Flat River Visited the family of Mr. W. K. Vineyard Sunday. B, S. Boyar closed out his fix tures, etc., to J. Bi Macke of Karm- Ington, who wilioontinuo tbe watch making and jewelry bnalneea. Mr. Boyar will open a new stock in the i Koyer Store. The annual election of QjfleOM Of the Masonic LodRe liore was held MnndH.v evening, and the annual election of officers of the A. O. V. W. wbs held Saturday evening. The school directors fumigated and disinfected the school rooms Saturday. Very few ehlldren are attending school this week. Tin scarlet fever is subsiding, however, and with good sanitary precautious danger will Boon be over. GIFTS OF QUALITY gjjf.v selecting Christmas (lifts for your friend quality a well as appropriate' l Dees should considered, and the (rift should be one that will frequently . remind the recipient of the giver. What will serve this purpose better than a dainty piece of jewelry? We havt- an unusually brilliant line oi j;oods from which vou mav select, and we cordially invito you t call and see it. Don't wait until the day before Christmas, but come to-dav anv day. We name a few suggestive articles below. WATCHE8 AND JEWELRY Hoys' Watches 1.00 unci up. Ladies' Watches (gold and gold filled cases. Mens' Watches, gold, gohtatUod and silver eases. Watch fobs Rings Chains ' Plain Necklaces Signet Brooches Diamond Lockets Sapphire Charms j Turquois Cuir Buttons Topai Bracelets Opal Boll Mm Pearl Scarf Pins CLOCKS Our Una of clocks is varied, and you win find anything In this Una that you may desire. r. i i j r) i ii in nz3 1 1 1 i cz rzzDn ZD i 1 czzi CZZDfZZDD rzzi rzi ri a i 1 1 i i i SOLID AND SILVER PLATED Table and Tea Spoons Kerry Spoons Soup Spoons Knives ami Forks ( ake and Pie Knives Cold Meat Forks Mutter Spreaders Sugar Tongs Food Mashers Salt and Pepper Sets Ladles, Ac. Silver Platod Ware Ten Sets I Water Sets Hal ing Dishes Chafing Dishes Syrup Pltohers Manicure Bote. 1 Cut Glass Pieces. Butter Dishes Frail Stands Bread Plates Berry Bowls Also some ( !holc A tine assortment nf Fountain Pens, Toilet Beth, Hat Pine, and many other articles that Will make nice Christinas presents. We keep a nice lipe of Musical Instruments, and if you would like a piano player or any other kind of piano, an organ, violin, or other instrument, we can accommodate vou. Also sewing machines and everything pertaining thereto. Our prices on these articles are the very lowest. Again we invite you to come and see us. ROBERT TETLEY JEWELRY CO., Established 1868, FARWIN GTON, - - MISSOURI.