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Great Mid-Winter Clear
ance of Cloaks
$20.00 Cloak, Clearance Trice
Clearance Price on Misses Cloaks
$10.00 Misses Cloak?, Clearance price $7.50
BOO ,. 5.9S
0.50 ., 4.90
5.00 ,. .. 3-48
Clearance Price on Children's Cloaks
8.50 Children's Cloaks, During sale
t 50 ,, ,,
Dining the Month: of Deceoifier. .
AT RICH HILL'S GREATEST STORE
As in Previous Years the "Big Store" will conduct an ci;or
mous Clean Up Sale" of fall and winter goods but never before
it us maiuiy uaa tiiis, ui iiuy umer siore. siasnea prices ail
pieces right in the midst of winter, just when you most neod w:
KOOC1S. I Jie Drice Cutters navA vrm a thrnn rr h the. Wr ctnnV
ing riglit and left, regardless of cost and below are the
J udge lor yourselt. Can you aflcrd to pay regular retail prices for
your winter Purchases when you can buy for wholesale and leos''
Coine in and be convinced that this is the
Greatest Money Saving Event of the Year.
Head lt ry Word cf Ibis Ad. It will Pay You to da it.
Clearance of Infants Cloaks
3.00 Curly Hear Coats, cream, brown, red 2 OO
2-00 Bearskin Coats, Clearance price 150
2 50 Crushed Plush Coats, Clearance 1-50
1 75 Cloth Coats, Clearance price 1-2 5
1 00 Eiderdown Coats, Clearance price .69
Clearing Price on Furs.
Kur hav? Nt'ii hIow ial. tlic weather too
Those price will move litem.
$10 00 Iur, cl'.-nrinc price.
11.00 1'ur, clearing prli-c,
8 (K) Kiirn, cU'irin jirliM',
6 00 Fuw, cUulii price.
5 00 Kurn, i lonriiiK price,
4.00 l-'ura, clwu in if price. -
3.60 Fur, t-lt-ailiij; price,
3.00 Furs, elvai liitf pi Ice,
2 50 Kurf, (Imrinn pilcp,
2.1 Fur. eli iirlnir price,
l.r.O Fur.clonrliiif price,
1.m) Fur", clearing price,
.75 Fin, cieiu lijs; price.
Clearance of Warm Bedding.
$2W Uonn- ma'k'coiiif.nt
1.50 Full is Ixo comfort.
Clearance of Ladies Skirts
12.50 Skirts, Clearance Sale Price 9-00
10.00 ;, 7-50
9.00 ,. 650
8.50 , ., 600
7.50 5 OO
6.00 ., 4 OO
5 00 ., 3 50
4 00 3 OO
3 50 ,. 250
$ 6 00
All wool blanket.
A II wind lil.'llikelH,
Men's Dress Shirts.
$1 00 Colon (1 indljiee t-tiirts
50c Colored rhtrtd
$ 2 00 Cotton l.!ai,W..:-
1.00 Cotton Mnnketc,
.Ji Cotton blanket.
j0 Cotton blanket.
Clearane o Underwear.
Broken lot of cotton jin l w. J uti l' Tv.
rMlcounIj low prices
Wcmen'a $1 00 Wool umVrwt-.'ir
Wcmen's S2.00 Cnlon tidis
Women' $ 1..VI Fulon mil's
WomeD'a f 1 00 l inoti uiu
Woiuen'n .50 panm ati:l v.ts. .;... .j to 'i.
ecru ilblsed - . . .
Men's Wool Underwear.
tl OO Wool nhir( anil dr; w. r. ... r-. r- J.
pru.V and Jan. cle iri:f. rj, ...
6fc Men's gray tli-eu-'i v.wl i w cur, : v. t i
25c Tan ribbed unilerwfsr
Clearance of All Wool Flannel Shirts.
llulrjige ti'e oi.iiV
S25G All wool thlrt s at -
f 2 00 All wool Khirt at -HJM
All wool tilrtt at
fl.OO and 75c 8eater, t-learln ! -rW
Men's Hosiery Qearancc
25c Tan socks, plr
Great Mid-Winter Clear
ance in Carpet Dept.
c ir-r.m, rup. lace cartiino, ctttlrjj:, etc.
i Mt'ST oO-srl thT riT.r, at t-c .u.
W Siclth 5x't Axicia3ter Sili rogrs
'27, CO KJjoriftsan Ain:intr 9x12 rr.ga
22.:, j Smith's -2!0 6Kaffi
12.U Manor Tapestry 1x11 Kbb
2- ,t) Palisade VthtU 9x1 Clearance
4-'.v Small Axemiriister Rags x72
- "0 Srr.a!l AxetciDUttrRag 7xJ
1.75 Sail Velvet Ragu, "7x54
Carpets and Mattings
7oo Ail vck, 1 ngraia Carpet Ceancce 5 !
C. C Ingain Carpets " 45c
.'c Japan f-se Matting " gc
:c Tao Wood Fibre Matting " 25 J
Clearance cf Lace CurtaLnA.
Oar sUx;k ia tbia Bection is Try low cos
scriucntJy theie low prices to clean op.
?.X) Iace Curtains, Ciearcce Price
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3.00 " " "
2xJ " " " "
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Qea ranee of Dress Goods,
Ail il.ZO Fancy Dress Gor-ds Ciearacce 90s
Ail ! " ' " 75C
a;i7;,c " soc
AUSOc " " " 3Sc
Aiii::c ' " 19c
A small lot of 2Zc plaids " 1 5c
All -25 and Z j Tricot Flannels " 1 9c
All 2Cc and 25 cotton fancies " 12 12c
All 12' 1 and lLc doable fleece kiccca flannet 8c
All 10c fleeoed serpes clearing price 7 1-2c
Ail iXc and "0c Oderdown 2 5c
AU$1 fancy silk waistins 75c
Oar inch C'Jc black Taffetta sL'k 3gc
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"" - Mr' jar
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NV I T T 15
2 to 40 llorne P.er
Stationary or Portable.
Call on r ftiblre"
rrtmlc I.. Kilta.
lU'iirvwentotlvc U M. tirlttltb.
Ilrcult Jui1)JC. A. leiiton.
l'robiitis Judge J. A.llrrra.
blierlfl C. F. Heard.
(1rcut Clerk I). T. Kmbiw.
County Clerk C. tJ..V'fcg.
Ilecorder I. M. KuiUli.
Tr-atrvrW. U. Hell.
I'rua. Alty. V. It. Iwod.
Ki'kool Com. A. I.. Ite.
Hureyr K. H. Uorrou.
AdmluUtrator J no. llaye.
Coroner . V. Itentck,
rnatdlnK Jud; J. K. llnrHr.
Awsix-late " -A, U. Hyde.
Sco tho Iloautiful tiimracd
Rats at S3 discount at Har
row Millinery Co.
Stii He What g'l are rich r
$id Hh0 Vh, tlx y aro all rll.t
hra you ant eomothing to jxiiiit
ta without irUi.
ANOTMtR trtuiT PLANNED.
Grown of (he ovo.i U-au in
8onth and Central Aintiu aro plan
cbg a trutt to i-ontr-l the yko of
'Tommj, hut i a nuisance?"
'Tlea ma'am, It 'i rjmetbing be
f:"p t? r'V'SSy p'sp."
J. W. Jamison was a Uutlor
tisitor Tuesday. .
Guss ElKfi't was in Uutlor
Geo. P. Huckeby, Jr., and
wife, who spoilt Thanksgiving
with relatives liere, left for Kl
Arthur Hodden and viff, of
Sheridan, Wyo., aro visiting iu
this vicinity with relatives and
Miss Allone tJeaslcy returned
Monday nipbt from a short visit
with relatives in Pittsburg, Kas.
An advertising expert says
thatacaicful business man will
spend as much on adverting as
lie does for rent.
FAlitor Uevers, of the Enter
prise, was a pleasant caller at
this oflico Tuesday- Mr. Deveis
liails from Illinois and is a nmvx
puper man of cxperiem e. We
predict and lp that our rekv
lions will be very pleasant.
Mrs. W. V. Jamison is visiting
her parents C Cm. Weeks and wife
Rev. C. V. Criss, pastor of the
Hutler M. E- Church, is in this
city attending the District Con
ference. Chas. Price and T. 11 McKlroy
were Hutler visitors Tuesday.
Judtfo 1). C. Fuller, of Adrian,
was in Kich Hill Tuesdav.
Go. Church, of Passaic was in
Rich Hill Tuesday.
The basket-ball;amo between
tho Kich Hill HiKh 8tho l and
the Appleton City Academy to
have been p'ayed here Saturday
has been called oil on account t f
tho moist coudition of the but
Col. C. l Heard asks us to
state that parties wanting his
searices as auctioneer can plume
wire, or write him ut his expense,
Mrs. W. L Whitney is visit
ing relatives in Kansas' City.
Mrs. Ed McCarty and dauprli
ter Miss Gladys, returned
Tuesday niht from Kansas City
where they spent Thanksgiving
Mrs. N. M. Yantes, of Marsh
all, Mo., is visiting in this city
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J.
A sooial dance will be given in
the Elks Club liooins tonight
All Elks and their ladies invited.
Clove Young and wife, of St.
l'uis, spent Thanksgiving with
relatives in this city. Mr.
Young returned to St Louis
Sunday, but Mrs. Younjr will
visit here for several weeks, the
guest of her parents, Mayor
and Mis. J K- Mastain.
Sunshine's Kleth Notts
Miss Hessio Hurkholder is
vis ting friends in Kich Hill this
Glen Horron, of Cody, Wyo.
arrived Wednesda) on a visit to
relatives and friends. Wonder
if thege wont be more attraction
f..r Glen at the P.AM, bank than
on any of his former visits?
Men Hand Y'as driving on the
good roads Sunday breaking the
mules to work to a buggy. Hen
thinks he has a tine driving team.
It is needless to mention about
tho rains wo have had the past
week every one knows about
Kobert Wilson of the Atlas
mine and Miss Kosa Clay pool of
Pittsburg Kansas, were married
Thanksgiving. They are excel
1-ntyour.g pejplo and wo wish
them a long and happy life with
abigkhareof the many bless
in;;s. A few of the young people sur
prised Miss Lucy KurkhoUlcr
lust Tuesday evening it her
17th birthday. tr.te a number
were disappointed on account !
the rail keeping them away.
Gabe was there but went i: ,e
early. Guess he was afj-aid s i
of tho young ladies wouij v.:;;t
him to play snap.
M r. a n d Mrs. A r c L
Heddon of S h e r i u a v.,
Wyo., arrived Saturday i.p. a visit
to relatives and friends.
Mrs. Ella Hiack is (uite sii k a
gain- She had a very sic'.; s;u-!t
this summer but had been ;.b!e
to be around.
Mr. and Mrs e l!oi r n, f
Cody, W)o., arrived M -:. ! iy
noon on a vinit. They were mar
ried Thanksgiving at Cody.
Mr. and Mrs. L;n Fii-:tili-g
entertained a few of their ft u mis
at a six o'clock dinner Tmu.-hs-giving,
some of the ' uii. ''
ones present claim it t -tint
st dinner they ever i ..r a".
of, Those present vir--: J. W.
Jamison, U. A. H.ti'ey a:ni .-,
Elmer Jones, M rs. lirodio, Mjs.
Maggie G.inavvay and clis!dr.-'.
all of Kich Hill, Mrs. Hen K r. 1
and daughters Ivriae and N. !. '
Keith, Samuel Fleming and E-.rl
LP TO DATE.
'.., 1 Viiiil VOU'4 -KiXlL bUiciI
a li'.'ie way aa-1 If my hai"i on
ana klit Lans rlatt
THE MOST APPROPRIATE.
'Ti c r";t t-a aj-pttYfist
"Ai;l ! ..v - ir to you."
" I ;,- l 1 - s'..'"' ii ks." d-
A Casnlna fictery.
Monday's Review stated that
parties from Springfield were
to look at this city with theob
ject of establishing a canning
This indastry would L a good
thinj; r the city and would
stimulate the agricultural ia
terests of thia section. The
promoters say they will pat a
factory in hens if the people
want it A canning: factory
gives employment to hundreds
of people during tha aeaaon, in
raisins and packing tomatoes
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TH l. : ;T OUT.
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Meetic Date of Court.
Circuit court rurrta la BatJrr 1
Motl.Jar In IVSmi.rr II.. .
I Ctunty court uwta lat Xloaitj ta
IVbrnary, May, Aoguat and No
i I'rolwtticourt SnJ Monday
rei.rury. uaj, Atut and No-
Tin best place tuy aewinar
machine needle. Ults, oil, re
pairs and supidic c4 all kinds is
at Pro well hardware store.
It will pay you to i ,.,1 t!;o r. J j
vertisements in this wn Ti i- j
bune The merchants i '',. r.w aj
great bargain ai:d can i .tf'.-t
you. Head tho adverts i.hmiSx j
carefully and profit ti.cre by. j
Tirars are a Lulf dull but, wt hate aa
:;.::: "se stock of Lumber and whether you oeei cna
s:;. l. oi a housf or a tarn til!, we givt you tha nmi
W, M. WELCH, j
Auctioneer, at your
Am m-liit'iit t r in' l "t f.. ' .. i - i i
the voii'ilry. K-li IP., I, M. K-.w
Noil lat lu.uli'iil I V -uiic i; .. ... I
tt us for everythifl ia buUiic
r. -UiiA fu. cement etc. V malt no chtrs; for
tit;-,?; uv.i nukiag out your ti"i.
Uilliorason tlic lumbcrmon
lhoxio Numhor. 31