r'yoa live outside of St Joseph and And it not
convenient to come now, send us your "open
.order" with remittance. If our selection fails
to please we will exchange or return your money.
CIOTHIS far MAN WOMAfltaiOD
ARMENTS purchased now will bcThild
fnr later delivery bv oavment of a reason
able deposit. It will give you nn ad van-.
SAINT JOSEPH MISSOURI
(age in selection and protect you against possi
ble future price advances.
New and Earkj Showing of Fall and Winter
Suits and Overcoats
for MEN, YOUNG MEN & BOYS
Offering substantial savings to every purchaser proving that we kave
not advanced our prices on tliese clotkes to tkeir real market value.
I Tkousands of yards of woolens purckased Ly us many montks ago
to avoid tke advancing costs kave keen made up into Suits and
Overcoats under our own supervision in shops under our control.
OU arc welcome to tke saving ol bom $5 to $15 tkat you will make in purchasing
AW A MAUT All A PI
Every advantage wc obtain reduces clothing costs here. N
m.ore to us t.han war profits that would come if we marked
New customers andgreater volume means.
tnese clothes at-tneir present market value
Young Men's and
In blue, brown and
! green Unfinished Wore
J teds. Military, straight
' front and novelty panel
t models, with new and
' clever ideas in pockets.
I alpaca trimming, al 20
' , Finer grade?, with radiant
silk linings, at $.30, $:J5. $10.
(The smaller fizcs In these an?
especially created for his lint
long pants suit.)
Young Men's and
In a new variety of nov
elty Tweeds, fancy
, Cnssinieres, Chalk
Stripes and other at-
Triced at 820 and S25.
'(The (mailer alios In these are
especially created for hit first
lone panta suits.)
Young Men's and
In solid shades, includ
ing olive, gray, brown,
khaki, blue and noa:
New models of the
backs and military
types, at S20 and 825.
And finer fabric in immenm
assortments at $30, $35, $40.
Sites 3C to 50.
We can announce this
season the most exten
sive stock of Men's
Overcoats that we have
ever shown. Prices,
With finer grades .at
$30, 35, 8W,S45up.
Each price ranee offers a se
lection of models in staple
styles Box Coats, medium
Length Ulsters, and Full
Length Storm Ulsters.
Staple Model Suits
In regular sizes, stouts, longs,
shorts and extra sizes up to
50 breast measure.
'. e$e arc the plain standard
models that satisfy men who
desire simplicity in their
The fabrics arc pure
Worsteds and Cai
merer, including solid
greys, browns neat
stripes, silk mixtures'
and plain Cassimcrcs,
at 820 and S25
With numerous finer qualities
at $30, 35, $10 and $45.
la vii pile range, $20 upwrJt
Every fabric is full
winter weight, which is
important to consider,
because many of the
fabrics offered in
clothes this full will not
be up to their standard
The severity of the past win
ters has brought an Increased
demand for Fur Overcoats.
Our present stock was pur
chased before the prices were
advanced to their present
The variety that we offer
would be difficult to describe
here, but it includes only the
most dependable Furs.
These arc cloth Overcoats
with fur collars, priced $25,
$30, $35, $40, $50 up to $85.
Many of those in young men's
Emart form-fitting models.
Derides plain black and dark
grey, which are the standard
colors usually shown in Fur
Lined Overcoats, you will And
here many attractive cloths,
fur lined with fur collars,,
that are distinct novelties.
Prices range $50, $75, $85,
$100 Up to $200.
With retail merchants throughout the U. S.
complaining of the scarcity of Boys' Clothe
and announcing tremendous price advances, w
arc ready with the most complete variety of
Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats in our
history, and we expect to be the source of sup
ply for Boys' Clothes in the four states. .Stand
nrd qualities at normal prices. Bring your
boys here now to be outfitted.
SUITS at $5.95, $6.50, $750, $8.50, $10, 51250 to
$20. Ages 2V.; td 8 and 6 to 18.
OVERCOATS at $5, $5.95, $650, $750, $850,
$10, $1250, $15 to $20. Ages Vj to G, and 3 1
10, and 10-to 18.
The OU Cmm Mill.
In these sucwUm days, when the
Tatoar Im doln hi boat to aweetan tha
Atlantic ocean with sugar Intended for
tha silted people, how toed weald bo
im aigt of to old time "can mm;
r "aorthuin factory" la our midst
M of oar dtiaaaa Maaanaba when
ma respected fellow townsman, San
aa! Waitmar, acw deceased, tamed out
M Ugaett quality of caldan ueber
i mm Us facterrjMra a ear
mm oc us win foMet m
Mist Marc men
Tha. Faatmaataf general
eehool.dlatrict in Southern Holt), sip
ping th sweets from .tha eraporattns
pans alone with the honey baas and
yellow Jacket! and tha vtaSy-pull-inri"
about tha old eouatrr flwwd, In
which tha neighborhood girl played a
leading roleT Haraln u food for
thought Would not the establishment
of a number xa eana mill, properly
located and dictributed over tie coun
ty, equipped to hand! all the cane
irawn in each community, go- a lout
towani jaiieviat V sugar attua-
i would be a aouiM ac irraaaa to
ear xanajari-nM wewd
we are confronted, of havint to use
the low trade of hlh-prteef "cheap"
aynipa now on tha niark,
If the war toe on for any- treat
length of time, the sugar shortage
i likely to be a serious problem, and
we urge our fanner friends and tha
Holt County Farm Bureau to-talc up
tha above uggeition and. give them
the most serious consideration.
an caaMo al tajeahoMmpaalei to
mart wir lWojaJrajaW, aadrSu com-
Ma MM M
peditioutly as possible with Plans for
consolidating and unifying telephone
plant! where the consolidatloa' U da
airad by tha public
In case in which two telephone sys
tems are operating in the same area
the order direct the companies to car
opeeat in making eortansfons and bet
terment that unification and elimina
tion of wane in money, man-power and
material may be brought .about ?ia
way ana wim a ragsra
ox m owners ex im
the cowyanlanee of (h
Apple Crop Sold.
. George Murray sold the crop of ap-
Iile on hi ten-acre bearing orchard
ast week to the Farmers' union As
sociation of Shambaugh. Iowa, Carl
Johnson, Manager, for a lump sum of
11,400, on tha tree j Mr. Johnson to
pick and haul the apples.
lst year the Craig Bros. -Mercantile
Co.. of St Joseph, bought tha crop
from tik prchird at 11,700. ThU (,
a return -of $310 par acre for the two
yeaea 1917 and ItU, and la a sample
ofwhat our loess land will do in the
its M M-wtt grewer
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There will be preaching Sabbath.
September 8, morning and araning, at
the usual hours, at the Preabytariaa
church by Rev. W. L Doole.
that a large repreaentaUon of the con
gregation be had at both of the sar
-A BtoMbiimt buggy for aala, la
good eondiUonj alao a good siattolar.
fmm. tum arooa gania a-yaaoojoi
nor, nearly btj good drrnr, Magi
Iul Sama, Forest City, SiTSs J
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