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SELLING OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS
MWMsMisMMsWBWls1isssssssMisssMisMs Other business requiring the attention of M. A. Schloss, 105 SouthTourth Street, St. Joseph, Mo., he is forced to close out and quit the clothing business. To'do this in the shortest time possible he has placed his stock in charge of the Thompson Sales Co., and every one knows this stock is one of the representative big stocks in St. Joseph, with a reputation of carrying only standard makes and good qualities. We have made prices regardless to cost. Everything is labeled with plain prices, showing the ridicuously low prices, which will force the goods out quickly. Not in the history of St. Joseph has such good clothing and merchandise been sacrificed like this. Will pay you to come 200 miles and stock up for a five years' supply. We will name a few prices, but everything in the house goes. Men's Suits Lot I. Men's Suits, slightly out of date, but good. Regular $8.00 f 1 QQ and $6.50 values, at flmO Lot 2. Men's Fall and Winter Suits, cassimere and blue twill: regular(9 AQ value $8.00. Your choice fuSiO Lot 3. Men's New Fall and Winter Suits: regular value up to 515. tA AO Your choice at fl.tO Lot 4. Men's High Class Fall and Winter Suits, in brown, fancy grey and blue: regular $15, Lot 5. This lot contains all that Is newest and best in plain and fancy weave browns, blacks and blue tfrt AO serge; regular value to $25, at . . 70 Overalls and Jackets Painters' and Paper-hangers' Overalls and Jackets 39c Men's 50c Overalls and Jackets 39c Men's 75c Overalls and Jackets 49C Boys' Extra Pants One lot of Boys' Pants, "Knicker bocker, worth 75c and 85c 39c 75c and 50c Boys' Pants, new, at.. .24c Men's Extra Pants One lot of Men's Pants, soiled, at . .$ ,69 $2.00 Men's Pants, new, at 1.00 2.25 1.25 3.00 1.50 3.50 ' " 1.98 4.oo " " 2.48 4.50 2.98 5.00 3.24 4.50 Corduroy Pants at 2.25 Overcoats Lot I. Contains Overcoats In CI QQ value up to $10: your choice. . . Jl0 Lot 2. Kersey Overcoats, tA QQ $10 values, at ft.70 $12.50 Overcoats, Jfjj (Jg Black Beaver Overcoats, (7 Qfi SI5 values, at pi, 70 $17.00 Overcoats, Shawl CO JC Collar, at JO. I J This lot contains all that is latest and best in Fall and Winter Over coats: values up to tIA Qfi $15: choice p lt.70 One lot Men's Rubber Coats at $1.19 SB Irish Frieze Ulster, at $3.98 SI2 " " " " $5.24 $15 Cravencttc Rainproof, at $7.98 Belts Men's Belts, 75c values, at 49c " 50c " " 24c Men's Underwear Men's SOc Shirts and Drawers for 23c " 75c and 50c Ribbed Shirts and Drawers for .-39c $1.25 Camel Hair Shirts and .Drawers for 63C $1.50 Wool Shirts and Drawers. 94c " 75c Camel Hair Shirts and Drawers for 45c Trunks $4.00 Trunks at $2.50 5.00 " " 3.00 8.00 " " 5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL We have a lot of Small Size Men's and Young: Men's Suits, all wool, that are worth $10, $16 and $20 that will go at $4.48, $5.95 and $7.48. It's a chance to get a dress suit at the price of work clothes. Boys' Suits ne I ,nt Hoys' Ioiik pants, regular .".no value, nt $I.1IS Hoys' Suits, loiiff pant.-, iikc Hi to I", regular 7.011 vtiliii'. nt .S'.'.iio Hoys' Suits. Innp i:mts. ac 10 to 17. fin stripi Iirown. may mul Hint: ivKiilur 7.."n value.-, at $:l.7n Hoys' Suit-. Ioiik pants, worsted, in all colors, titular 11. oil value, at..$S.ln One Lot C'liilil's Straight Hunts Suits. at SOc One Lot Cliil.IV Straight Hants Suits. at 7fic iiie Lot child's Straight Hants Suits. at HSo One Lot Child'.- Straltjht Hants Suits, at $1,18 One. Lot CliililV Knickerbocker Suits, at $I.2S '-'..ro Cliilil's Knickcrliockor Suits. at $1.75 :.ro Child's Knickerhocker Suits, at $2.2n 4 'jr. Child's Knickerbocker Suits, at $2.S(I .r.oo Child's Knickerbocker Suits.at $2,118 vS-7.uo Cliilil's Knickerbocker at $:.1IS Hats At Your Own Price l.'J.r Hats, at 7nc fc-J.fiO Hats, at $t.2S : Till Hats, at $l.7n :i.'.'f Hats, at $1.88 5.00 Hats. "Stetson." at $;.5l l.f0 Men's Stiir Hats, at title iMi Mens Still Hats, at $1,11 fiUc Men's Caps, at 21c Remember the Number, Place and Street. M. A. Schloss 10c Boys' Underwear Hoys' Suiuinef I'liileiwear. Shirts and Drawers, at :t"ie Hoys' Mesli I'uion Suits, at . .. Furnishings Men'.-and Ladle?.' I'iue 1.1c Hem- ditched Handkerchiefs io at :tc Men's Hlack and Tan Hose, regular l."c value, at 1c Men's ':. Wool Hose, at 1 0c Men's :i.ric Tan Hose, at ate Men's Hlack and Tan Hoc. at lie Men's ;i.".c Silk Ho.-e. at 21c Men's lfc Fancy Hose, at Sc Linen Collars, at 1 0c Uubber Collars, at 7c Men s Dress Shiits, 1.00 nluu, at . . Wo Men's Dress Shirts. l.'.,.ri value, at .."lie Men's Dre-s Shirts, l..u value, at ..tISc Men's .Mlc Suspenders, at 2c Men's 'J.lo Suspenders, at 15c Men's 7fio and fide Work Shirts, at . :1c Men's 1.00 Hlack Sateen Shirts, at . .Me Men's Flannel Shirts. l.o value, at 15c Men's Flannel Shirts, .'.fto value, nt $1.48 Shoes Men's Work Shoes, at (18c Men's -J.I)Oaud J.fiO Shoes, at $1.25 Men's .pi ,00 Vici Dress Slides, at.. 2.118 Men's 7.re Tennis Shoes, at 50c Men's l.fio Hulihcr Hoots, at $2,118 Men's l'.iio Overshoes, at $l.;n Men's I.:iO Overshoes, at 1111c 105 SOUTH FOURTH STREET ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI Fixtures for Sale Store for Rent Burger Chadwick. MIm Kdltli Chadwick, daughter cf, .1. V. Chadwick and wife, of Summer-1 set township, and G. K. Hurler, of! Oregon, Mo., were united in marriage I on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at ' the home of the brlde'f parents. Her. , liaue performed the ceremony. Promptly on the hour, Miss Mabel , Chadwick took her place at the piano and began the wedding march. The bridal parties took their places In the parlor, before a nold and white wed- ding arch. The bride and Kroom were accompanied by Miss Cells IIalne9, bride's maid, and Mr. Henry Glldermelster, Kroomsman. The ring ceremony was used. Master Donald Chadwick acted as ring bearer. The bride wore a gown of white silk poplin with pearl trimming. The groom was dressed in a suit of blue serge. Following the ceremony a four course supper was served by the bride's mother. The groom was assistant agent In the Greenfield depot under W. M. Fleming five years ago. It was dur ing that time the young people met. The groom Is a contractor at Oregon, Missouri, and has a home all furnished and ready for occupancy The brlda is a young lady of sterl ing qualttes and pleasant disposition. As a daughter of prosperous farmers, her education in the affairs of the home have not been neglected. Friends In this city and vicinity wish them a long and happy married life. Thirty-seven relatives and friends of the bride and groom witnessed the ceremony. Greenfield, Iowa, Tram crlpt, Dec. The groom Is a son of Mr. anil Mrs. Ulrlch Ilurger, of this city, and is one of our most promising young men. The Sentinel Joins with their many friends In wishing them a long and happy married life. CroppCole. ' On Wednesday, December I, at :i p. m., Miss Virgil Cropp- and 0,.W. Cole were united In marriage, at .the home of the bride's mother. In Illch-1 vllle. Only the most Intimate friends of the bride were present. 'ine ceremony .was oeuormea y Rev. W. L. Merer.; dsm or of Urn1 Ger man M. K. church. The attendants were David Cropp ami Miss Goldle mcincyre. The charming bride wasbecomingly attired In a dress ot white crepe de cline with an over-blouse of silk shadow lace. Her traveling dress was of tan silk poplin, with hat and gloves to match. Tiie urine ana groom leit im mediately for a brief visit, to St. Jo seph and Kansas City. They returned to uregon suntiay evening. On Monday afternoon about forty friends of this popular young couple gave them a miscellaneous shower. A large number of beautiful and use ful Dresents were received. Tne bride Is the elder daughter of Mrs. E. G. Cropp, and Is a girl, who is dearly loved by every one. Tne groom is a member of the firm of Cole & Son, Furniture and Under taking Co., of Fillmore. lie Is a most excellent young man. Mr. and Mrs. Cole will be at home In Fillmore, Mo., after January 1st, nun, A, A. A. Probate court will he In session Monday of next week In adjourned session. Do not fall to see the nice display of Holiday goods at 1'hllllps' Drug Store. Perry Ilrooks left Tuesday evening of this week for Colorado on a busi ness trip. ltobert Duncan, of Clay town ship, had business In Oregon, Tnes (Uy of this week. -Mrs. Will Hrayltsr, of St. Joseph, spent Thanksgiving with her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Simmons. Dr. F. E. Ilullock, of Forest City, was in St. Joseph on professional business, Monday of this week. You can Und'most anything you want suitable for a present, and prices right, at Phillips' Drug Store. -Mrs. James Murray ret urifeti home Wednesday, alter an extended stay in St, Joseph with her parents. Mrs. S. S. Mark and daughter. Loreue, of St. Joseph, spent Thanks giving with W. E. Simmons and wife. Oregon School Hoard will sell at auction, Dec. II, at ,.,::si) p. m., the Keeney dwelling house, now on the school grounds. There will be a pie social at the Oak Grove school house, Friday even ing. Dec. 10. Vai.lr DKoriw, Teacher. Wanted car lots of liar. If you have a car for sale call or write W. D. iiunigan, uraig, no., rnone no. n.i, I otler upland prairie hiy for sale. Gel In touch witli me. Standard Dictionary of Facts for sale. Kvkiikit Mkvkii. Attorney A. Vanllusklrk had business In St. Joseph, Friday of last week. -Misses Kilna llahlll and Mabel Grouse spent Sunday In llulo, and Falls City, Neb. Mrs. Mlnta Lynch and sIsier.MhR Myrtle French, were visiting In St. Joseph, Tuesday. For Site A single buggy, two small stoves, feather beds, etc. In quire of Mrs, Flora A. Hlmle. i Peter Galuralth had business, and I visited with his son, Will and family In St. Joseph, last week, Dr. Sherman II. Illbbard and wife, of Kansas City, visited In Oiegon and vicinity for a couple of days, this week. Mrs. Ui.le lloecker, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Guy Cummins, were St. Joseph visitors, Tuesday of this week, A. W. Seeman and wife, accom panied by W. W. Dawson, wife and I W. W., Jr , motored to St. Joseph, Tuesday of this week. Wo are sorry to learn that Mrs. Thomas Hughes, of the Mayflower school district, had the misfortune to fall and injure a knee cap, November J'.i, necessitating the use of a crutch II, A. Evans, accompanied by his wife and family, motored to his old home, Valley Falls, Kansas, the llrst nr rim week, returning Mondav eve ning. They report a tine trip and tpienaia rosas. Presbyterian Church Notes. All services as usual next Sunday. At night we will resumeour exposition of the Hook of llevelatlon. l'raer meeting this (Thursday) evening at 7::w. The Aid society meets with Mrs. Flora II hide on Tuesday afternoon. The Missionary society was enter tained on Wednesday by Mrs. Guy Cummins and Mrs. Claggett. They had an Interesting and helpful meet ing. Four new members were wel comed. The Christian Endeavor society will be led by Miss Abble Murray. Subject -'The Pledge." I'salms illil H. Mr. Evans was absent last Sunday on a visit to Ills old home In Kansas Joe Murray, asslstant'Buperlntendent conducted the Sunday school, The committees nave been appointed for arranging the Christmas program and are at work. We expect to have something extra good this year Last Sunday morning we enjoyed another very sweet solo by Miss Lil lian Austin. T. A Clawctt, Pastor. Standard Dictionary of Facts for sale. EvrcitKTT Mbykk. Kalph Moore and family are now nicely situated In their new and handsome bungalow . W. II. Mills and wife, of upper Holt, will, or have left for the east coast of Florida, where they will pass the winter. We are glad they can go, and hope that they have a pleasant winter. - Wlllard 0. Proud, Eye, Ear, Now, Throat,. 1171 Francis street, Annex Tootle-Lemon Hank, St. Joseph, Mo. Charley Moore has disposed of Ills restaurant In Maltland to "Little Johnny" lloharl, and will likely re move to Colorado In the near future. Mooie .t Kreek are going In the cash business In order to give you more goods for the money. It may be a little Inconvenient at tlrsl, but, you will soon see that It is to your advantage. Misses Emma HulTiiiann and Cora Noellsch, have returned from the "Paclllc Slope," where they visited relatives and friends for three months at different points, and also visited both expositions. They report a splendid time all of the time. On Monday afternoon, Albert Kunkel, wife and two small children, also their daughter, Eleanor and MIm Hut It Dlssinger drove to St. Joseph In their car. The young ladles re turned home after hearing Madam Melba, the others staying over to visit with friends. We noticed the following from here Id St. Joseph, last Monday eve ning, who were there to hear Melba, the famous soprano: Mesdames E. A. Welty, It. II. iirldgmon, George Leh mer, Carey E. Hunker, Tom Curry i Albert Kunkel, wife and daughter, Eleanor; T. A. Clagett and wife; Misses ltutli Dlssinger, Lou Petree, I Ann Klnzle, Uyrd Peret, Mae Zach man, Hortense Dungan, Florence Kalb, Honnle Urodbeck, and Will Moor.