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THE OHILLICOTHB WEEKLY OpNSTITUTKW^THUBJSfiAYi 00*21 Country Correspondence , Iho homo of Earle Stooiij jnoxt, Tiiel* |day evftaiaB, wb.ero they will ibe ?n~ , tortalnod by .a"fiallow»'c:u so'fEEl--£K on by tho.Wttdrt.y Sunday school, Tha ;Blfliopji VKIoyd JBarn«s, 'Morhij; HJar, - - ~ J ' ley!,, and. -LlWi»8»tpn.,~ J : -' JACKSXIl'K. Tom .Murphy a nil Shearer WTO nuirrit'd at th« court bouso In CMlHcothu Satunliiy. , Charley £nglu returned hdnw Sat- ttEdiiy from Kansas where ho Un* beau iSwiiln district, spon: the weolc owl Nova j w i i l i homo I'ollts jit Woodloa. Mrs. UAy Krliier visited Mrs, J o h n Sluttnry Monday. Tim \V. W, !·'. Chili ni'?i-wlth Mrtt* A". \V, GaU,' : W i l l o w . W.adnos lerosuriK Tom · Uluu and f a m i l y Snndayod with Mr. and Mrs, Jus. Hargrove. Mi;s M a t t o M n o EiiRla spunt Uiu day S u u h a y w l i h Miss Mary G l i c h r l n t . .Miss Sarah O Itch rial, Mrs. II. S. Rngle, Mr, and Mrs, Will l l l g e l n n and d a i i K h t o r Gladys, Mr. and Mr:;. Tom Haas W i l l and Churlcy Hung, Harris and TJli'k Unto. Mlsji Barrel!. Shearer Casoy Jonos, Charley Enffle and B r u c e i d a n u m day aftornoyu, Mw, L.'li!. Hnad IcadA cr. Suljjooi-- VMoUler itnd Child.".; Mra. J u m n a Slowart gnvu a most lui 3,'S, fa looking forward t.o a. pleasant torts. Leo DrakOj Walter Llatoii-, lote. Kbbi O V e r i l n g . Many or the young people from and that In lie on TniinliiR Our For 1Ioi))().m;ilteTM. Mrn. A, W, Gale road a chapter from Mr,*. Wfc'Ss of tlio Cabbage Patch. Inlor- oi-.t Increases as tho apualcera gain eonlldcnco. Roll Cull: Molliors'of l?? ctety wll .| . bo lwlfl la Ol 9. ol1 "v? 1 '. 'dronl'Men, was responded to by M«:i, this oonimunJty and from tho Bedford neighborhood wore onlortalnuil hi a sdclal way a,t the homo of Roy Btiww lost Saturday evening. . . ' . - . - ' , ' E.-.lj. Oiiymlllflr -r-QtunnGd -Friday frprnTa'short/vlBft lu'|l^an^na.;, ,·" ' , . Miss GltuVyg Barnlkiirt wmi-surprls. od on. Jior lIrtbdn.y"'Uwt Friday ovoh, I"K by. ft, croup ffttiii Avalon TJoeeo Chapel. , The report 1» everybody hud a (food time, Tho flrwt meeting of tho'Alpha 13 U MimilunJiall, Million, J. Slut, 'Murphy wore among Uiu shoppers In ,twy, J. Israel, C. Horrifonl. Head, Iho c o u n t y Boat Saturday. Jones, J. Slowart, iiloler, S. Gala, A, The r.aillcK Aid of Pleasant. Orov: f 1 " 1 ". MUtuos Inio and Uuliy Coburly, had a f j u l l t l n K party at thu h o m o ot ^reta Bolor. Stolla Halo. D u r i n g tlio I Mrs. G u y H a m i l t o n Tuesday. serial Eiosslon hook and H h u t t l u llopt Sunday school and Epw6i:(b.-: were woM attended at Reisco ' oagiio s trip tho weak (riirfiwltli Mr.-fii.ri-d Mrs. \V. S. Disliop luid family of "thl»vl- 'oln-lty. . . . . . . ... ' · ' . ' · _ . · ·.--'· ' B n .«iiro ftrid,,al.t,euid..l,ho sale ot Ed. Tv.osduy, Octblier SI. ,BVl; . . ; Chili MooHM»Si®aijr;* '- Mi«a ffiiimi ' J. Mrn. JBJIO McdoUan of I.hdlow wan " v l R i t l n c relatlvcH In t h i n nelRjiborliuo-J last week. J. II. Ciihilclt and A. S. Ireland at. tended thi! Hankers c o n v u n l i o n a t i ' l i i l l l r o l l i t i TliurHday. Asa Hoi:khold and Homer ' and Noai K l r t l o y wore business visitors a t i ^ KnnnnH C i t y Thursday. Mr». f n n n l o Cllbisimt of flroc.kcn- riflB« was tho Kuosl of hor parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. TI. K, liunron, horo last Thursday. i\ir,-i. (!. M Foreman and Miss Corj UodK'.'ni wt.'ro a m o n g tlie ChllHiiolhc nhnppers Saturday. MlttH Kva Ma How returned home from H a m i l t o n .Saturday a f t e r a f n w days' visit t h o r n w i t h r e l a t i v e s . It. W. Donaldson l o f t Saturday for K u n n n s City for a visit to his parents, Mr, and Mr.f. T, W. Donaldson. Mrs. A. A. Fryer and Mrs. Simpkins ot Lnlloy, Colo., rottirnod hunu! S u n d a y f r o m Chilllcottio after a visit w i t h Iho former's d a u g h t e r , Mra. II. 1C, RodihoUI. JUra, A n n a Walters of ICnnsiui C l l y him )j-i'ii v l U t l n g at Utlcn for t h e pant t w o wutikfl. Mesdnmiis J. 11. Cuslrlc, II. J. Jro. land. J. W. IliirunH, C, W. H l n n r / n , A. S. Ireland, W. O. Spears, T. W I f u d g l n H , Chas. Qinimut, Salllo Spears, Mlfsns r.ucy Mtf.Vriikm, Annie Olb. caul, n Id W. O. Spnaru itttemlctd thu minimi dlK'trlnt assembly of t h e Ho bi-knli lodr.'o at Chllllcothe Wddmx. I i-rii (Inio t 0 tho convoraatlon. At l.h« close of it very ploafian.t al'Urnoon '.Mrs. O a l o Hf*rv«l H(MiMons\Uh) rot'r(Hhnitivt;i con- .NlHtltiK ot Hl'tKor broad, douffl.'tmlD and e.lilfjr. Nbxt n i o o l I n K w i t h Mr«. S o y m o u r Cain. Church b u i l d i n g a week from Friday nlfflit A progrnnn ivlll bo provUlO'l to w h i c h all are InvRod, V. !,, Slnnard of W«bh City ta h'-m-o v l n l t l n t r JilH brothor, Frank SHnnarrt. Tiio ISoomoratlc ffpoti.klivg whicJi 'wan liold ovor Plnk'.'i sloro laflt Saturday cvunlrig WJIK well at-Lnnd-wt; Judging WIIRKUTNG. L. Castlo ami Will Warren are visitors In Palmyra. Dr. ami Mra. Bdfforton and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Walch and children of Chinicothe ftpetvt Sunday afternoon- wlih Mrs, Win. Davis. Mrs, Km,m'» Barrett left Monday 'for h«r homo In California after an oxtonilad visit, wl'th. relatives liere. Mrs. ClBOrpe Wiiilkuip" ot: Hale visit. MTUHOK.H. -Mr, and Mrs. Cla-roneo .Stodd.ard and I«H Ironu K r i n w wont lo Nowtuwn Hunday lit tho Btoddard our lo v l n l t Mr, a n d Mrs. liuasuli Slattsr of Hint place. Thoy roUirnod Monday. Mr. and Mrii. Wallnco H a d a m l n and nun Clarenci) of Minnesota s p u n t 'Mon. i day o v o n l n f T w i t h Mr. anil Mrs. K. 1C. Morris. I'rolraulod iiioul/lnK9 have unmmuiu.' oil at Ccntoiriwy u l i u r c h , Uov. f l r a y of Cliironvo In JIIIH|H|.|IIK tlio roKular pastor.' Nova Atkinson loft last woolt for ' I h o west for Iho Ijc-noflf of lilat liooJIh. Tliu Voiuij; Ladle" Missionary Sn- (iloty of U n i o n church will jiinot w i t h Minn A n n a M a y next Prldsy a f t n r noun. A r c h i e Cox and llnn-uJu DlogUminn ^ v c n t to C l i u l u Satui'dtty n l u h l to at. t n n d l h n moviiiR p l u l u r o nhdw. 'I'lio condition'-of Lmwroncti Uhr. niachor Is not « 0 f n v o r a h l e , lilsi fdauRhtor Mrs. Floyd U'ltnill of Kan.( i i H Is i i i l e i n l l u K lil» lu'd side, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T, I loo lew and daiiKliler, Mlsui I tut tin and «on, Cloo,, by tho fooling that Boomed.to bo ln| ol | ro | a tlTOa hero laut week. .Hurry Smith of .ChJllioothe apent Sunday-with Mends here. 1 ' Mr. and 'Mrs, Len Baissett and children are vJsllling Frank B'assett iand family, '.Phoy a,ro on route to Sioux Fulla, S. DaK., whoro thoy win make their f u t u r e homo. Miss Katun. Iivdorwofson returned Wednesday from a woolt'S visit In Maryvllle. ovld-onco, tho Domooi'atn Imvo BOlnK tltiilr way d o w n In, tlilB Tho funeral, BOrvlcos of Clina, Clolf wore hol'd at the Ooff homo Inat Sat. urdn-y iiflornoon at two o'clock. Mr, fluff hnr] bocniUl' for many wcoltu and It wa"H gfuu'i'ahly kntOw-n that, ho would not Kiirvlro JI|H Illness. Ko was. an excellent townsman, u k i n d nolfc'hbor timl a Rood man. J-TIs l l f o wa,« n tliitot. ono, yot mmio Uin Insa f o r a o f n l l I for t h a t . Ho waK of an unaHHumlnt,' nature and hl« Iivlluonco waw that k i n d that giinlly but ,'iuroliy makOB It- nolf full. In tho lives of thqua amoiiK whom II. oxlotR. Tho Survloes wore cotul-iictod by llov. A. 10. SnttloH nsntl Intortnmvtr wa6 niiuln hi Uvo Avnlon comcilory. of Crrnin llll«o township, upon I laul MlllVIISW. Vcrnlu Dliihl spnnt. tho woulc 'ond with hor paront'd In ChllWuotho, 'Mr. and Mrs. B. A. r-toaswr-ttltitnd- (·d Mr, Ootf's (unfiral In Avalon lant Monday; '-' » Mr. ami Mm, Rlcltiwd Mftlv.lu and daughter, Mlp« Opal of n«nr Oaklan-d j'SundayfHl w i t h Mr, ami Mi% W. S, nisliop '(Mid ramjly. Irs. Clwvn L l n v l l l o and clulldron visiting hor parontH, Mr, and Mrs, ID. A, Proiwor, n,iwl famlliy. Mian Oliwlyii Darnltnrt. wot ploiw. niilly tuiirpi-Isotl Friday ovonifn'R when Hiuiday ICrlnor, lylU) Mr. aad Mrn, Kochoalor, , M i n n , , for Mr. and Mr,. C, H. Bpears ^d i^^ J^" 1 """*" " ol " 5 »«" '« '*'· f l i l l d r i ' i i w('ro shopphiu In tlrockon. I rldK't H i i t u r d a y evonliiK. j »" (VII I t n d K l n a Clyde Uooerts a n d W i n . (IltMin wore Clillllcollio visitors Saturday. Mr«. Davo A n d i i r H o u of I'tyo/jiilo Monl.. and MuiulniniM Onorito Wolic ii ml M i i n n n lm of 1'rost.i'rvllle, Mrs. K i m l n l-'rlth of Urockynrlduo were t.ho Kiiost.H of. M r H . 10. O. D r y a n on \Vodnunday. Mr. a n d Mrs. .1. T. Sjftuckoy left Fridny for HI. Jotiopii fai' a two xvniiks' v l n l t w i t h tlv(lr d n t i x h l t i r Mrs. .lainiiM J l l n f ^ h a n t , 'Mr. ii-nd Mm, J o n Duaonboi'ry and son, Mrs, A, Dni'liy and c h i l d r e n (T l . u d l u w wcrn tho KU'HitHj of Mr. rind Mrn.H. M. VoriMiian ftuin|ny, I'rntH K r i t h of Hun Fninulsco, Cal n r r l v i u l Thursday f o r a vliill. w i t h h l n slstor, Mi'n,\ I'l. f.i, l l r y a n anil o l h u i " Mr. u n i l MI-H, .1. A. M i ' M l l l o n and i l n i i M l i t i ' t ' , MlHii I.ucy l o f t Tmsiilny for Fort H c o t l , KIIK,, to n m l l B I l i n l r ilani'.hli'r. Mm, O l t M a t h o w f l o n , · two wi'i'k.1 1 v l n l t . On I h n l r way, t h u y ^ ^ l l ! \ l n l t w i t h r i i l u t l v o H I n KannaH Git. U r u r y Anderson of C l i i l l k n l h o w,m In llitH in','J5hlHrhood Muinlity on iMI.llllUHIt. Mrs. Mahul .Scluvnli of SprlnirhlK wiiji tho .giioat, of M.r». Mary Noah Ian: Monday. Mr, and, Mrn. Arublo--llutfhuu hitvu inrtved lo C h l l l l e o t h o to ronliJo. Win. iliilchiaom \vas a himtnoan callor In C h l l l l c o t h o I tint S a t u r d a y . Miss clydn Nunli linn n!.uriiixl to her homo aflir HpwiidlnK sevi,fnil \ayt with ruliil.lvuD In C h l l l l c o t h o . Dort Tihei'Kheln l e f t Iiml SaUirdu; fur a week's vtolt wltili ruallvun In Kniimui.Clty, 1. T. W l l l l a n w wan a business vlil Hor 111 ClilllkyMhii laBt anlunlay. \Vhilnt la l o o k l i i K lino In. t h i n v l n i n J Hi'. ; .lami'w Cooper of near Hn.nip»»l wrm a IjimliiiJiK! visitor In tlji-s vicl'iilly lam ·a n u m b f t r of liftr frloiwlft rmmnmlntrofl her bM.lulay, , Tlioso prodont. Ware Ora Hawkliu, VVIiifleld Druiito,'l^ollle Tjlnton, OpVl UarnhJiH, Dij%y1; Ueir- tha and Mtirry Biiymlllor, FttHjA .lloff. w a n , Olu,rn Bryant. .^ ·. -. Delbort. and Alva Wray,.';: Harold , George Dowoll, T °.'Eflbirt OKI'i.VM lillKil::. Jamea Bato of Canriifsro-ii was hak- K,' liaivdH with frleitdti Sunday. T.'S, McMIJlon. called, oil lite now last Kemfitlt 'ColtonV .^·VB* ' ' SusIo'HftraUtoji wb,b has been visiting relatives hero," returned to hor home : ln. JpliiJllcotlio! Mri;iind-]ra George Colton vis- (ted^'Vlth relatives south, of Ibe river to .,3 o, Cock»r«ta to * cu»tom«r at Bocard. Mo., lant week Ed, Colton delivered (at iuHCi to Cbilllcotbe Market lat HondU'. Aural R Popham of Route S pur. chased n Klmhall piano at Huckla'» Piano Store recently. dlwl West 1u planning to begin a revival meeUttg at : Pleasant Grove ·mist" 'Sunday. October 29th SeybraJ : yards 6£ Blue : rlblon were won at tlw Fmrm Cougrosi by exlbl. tors from this section. Mrg . R H . Henry . bottBht»XhBb»lI Corn eathrl'ng tos bog\\n.ihlB week. | piano during Huckia'i Piano Bate. Mrs. H, M. Thlem*. ChuU, Mo., purchivsBd a fln« new KlrabMl piano during tlio Huckln'a Piano Sato. blic Sale Having rented my farm I .will sell at Public Auction, on whal !· known as t/ho MeCairtliy, Parn\, 3 miles northwest o fChillcothe, on th* Sprin.ghlU.Tload.dn Monday, Oet f 30tK, 16 1»--1IIDAD OP HOUSE* AND MCLES--ta- 1 Black Mare, 7 years old. wt, 1150; 2 black 4 yeni 1 old filler*, ·»*. 1200; 1 Block 'Mare, 8 year* old, wt, 1400 IDs., 1 fny Drivla* Ron*. 9 years old, wt. 1200; 1 Black Store. 6 yeara old; 1 fny Flllen 2 yr» old 1 Black Horse Mulo, 5 years, old, wt. 1300; 1 two.yoar.o1d X«re Mul»; 2 Yearling Mul'o Coltg, 1 iii-n.re and 1 home. Th»8o horava and m)ilei «n all good ones.-- I*--,HKA» OP CATTLE--18 ' 1 rod cow, 9 years old;. 1 rod cow, 4 years old; 3 red white-faced cowi», -I years old; 1 red white face cow, 6 years oM; 1 black apottc oow, 4 years old; 2 roan cow«, 4 y«ai s old; 1 spotted cow. 4 ye»r» old; black, buJl, 4 years old.. These oowsnro nil good milkers and are i ·ling milk, and .will be fresh between now and the flrst ot March.. spring calves. 7 Mack I 84 -- HKAI/ OF HOGA-- »4 ·I BOWS, one with D plga; .10 ahcete, weighing from 90 to 140 Iba. FOH RKNT-»-8 room raodorn IIOUHS. IJaUi; f u l l basomout, furmioc, pav- «d ijtiroot, 8 \n(», garage, Rent by year. Addreaa Marlow 'DroH., Chiila Mo, · -*. 1 V 25.ti ST. LOUIS PIANO FACTORY ban n piano HC4U- . Gbll'llcbthb. Party is uiwibk' to llnieli paymantu, Will. turn tho piano over to piitty««v-lK will pa; ciUfli or tornia for baljuico dins, Wril^ .folin Jonos, 1.111 OHvo St., St. Loute, Mo, o2Gd2wl roam, coltn,(fe ono Water, lights. l?0ft RENT--Six 1 block from jjas. · Phono 305. !POn SAM---Second hand' ; KlmbtUl ' {llano at Huekln'fi piano ntoro. , FOR RB'NT--Store'room w i t h full sized hii;«em*nt at cornnr ot HI is and Webster, lino locallon tor grooor, leo or food. Chtw. H,''Brac«i 2 low wagon*; 2 bugcUo, ono rood as new; 2 tots ot harn*m; 1 «et of s!n : glo iWncs*; 1 sulkojr riding plow,- 14.1n,, good a» now. 3 lireak. Ins plowi; 2 riding cuUIvat^Tsr 1 walking cultivator; John Deere ridln« Utjtor^l-gopd a» new,; 1 wn-Hclng lister; corn planter, with 80 roda of lrtr»5 Johnson binder; Mts'CennJck mower! disc harrow; stalk cutter, good u :H'W; Iron roller; full set of blacksmltli tool*; 1 drag rake; Falrtuuiln Sollies, weighs 800 lb»,; 25-KnUon: iron kettle; corn sneller; single ihovd plow; potnto dljrsor; »mootUlri« harrow/ ' HAY A1*I OIIAIV. 10(1 b«. niiivy 1 corn.; 190 i«^p»itB;2» toiw of timothy and clover h«y In pluck; 2 ton.-* of oat atriiw, baled; 150 shocks of com "(odder With corn on; H«l'KKIIOM AND KITCHEN FITONITURK. 1 bedroom set; 1 wandrobe; 5'rocklne chalm; 1 »ar«; 6.tl. table; now 'Majestic range;.new Globe healing «tove; carpets; (lour chcsl.;-touch; l.bodstaads; 3 nMitt.ro8so8;,3 sots he''*prins»; Singer sewing machine; and other things too niiiiioroun to nion.t!on. . LUNCH 8BUVKD ON flBOtlNTi. SALB.TO COMMENCE AT 10 A, M. TEHMS MADE KNOWriQj.ftA? OP SALE. A, W, GIBS, Auotloneor. " : VBHNON PIFBR, Clerk Dan McCarthy, Owner Ittn-. Ilixi')' of t h e liliu Slruiil (;hun'h w i l l pruuoh at Uiu Oak t l r o v o H i ' l i u i i l h u t i m i niixl Huniloy at. l.lir.it' ii'rloolt. 15vuryl)(ily I n v i t e d to eciwe and hear HOnioDiinK worth whlUi, Mrn. W. N, N l o k o l l , noo Ml«n llollti Jotinti. of Oak M i l l , Ivan., In hiu'e on a v l M t lo bur brothers, O, I), and I,. M. .Iniii^i and f a m i l y . II, O, s-Hmvart, our capablu twtchnr ?|it'm tho wouk ond w i t h bin p u r t ' H t u ni^av M a i n t l l o n , I'rof. (i. A, S m i t h wa» thtt jjuunl of A. \V, IJali* SUuulay, uUo vUltml S u u - diiy ru-huoj and K U V O a tlao llittr[trola. lion or l l i n leiwon. Tliii hadlt'8 A i d intil w i t h Mrn. (,'uy Hiuniilon Tui^day and quilt»d a u u l l t ( l i n t tlmy will huvii tor »alo at (heir jnorliiit In HIP ni-ar f u t u r e . M f w , lino. W. Ntfihola of CIttHlcotUo v|pl(id ln'r »l«tor, Mrd. K. Israel oiv IH s»wi«K wood far 1'nl vi)rf|| J. T C Sl»t«ry tadjiy. Mr, ntul Ajru. L. M. JotinH. Mrs, W N. Nlrkell and Miss Jiianlta JOII«H t»|ot\l Sunday, w i t h ' M r , IUM! Mrs, U. K ll.-ud. S, H. W l l h K d and family » p » n j ] A . «»nviiillou. Sunday with rslntlvnn north of town. Th» M, 18, Sunday school of i Mrs, Myrtle Inraol. twacliw In t h u plasi! ha« receiratt iw 'invitation John llayrms madii a b i m l n o w I rip- to Chllllcoth,, laut Su-Uii'day, 'Mr. and MTM. C. I f . Krouso B h u p p f n j j I n C h l l l i c o t h o laat Hnliir-' liny. Ctansnco Hilt of Kansas fjliy »|» x p n m l l i i K a f«w days with .olatlvui; nml frlonilM hern. Miss Uornlco policy, who Is linioh, l n « at tho H i u i l f n npont Saturday w i t h relatives In ciitlllcollln. · A literary i^rosram and inlsunllun. eons Hoclni will liu iflvou on Friday ovfliiln, October 27, at lin Olbbi- foliool IIOIIBO i i AVAI,»,\ \etVH. 1 Mrs, S, O. l.tiiton and .Mrs. (1. M, )nu«» visltml a.l, th« W l n t o n iC..-rn« hi'iiiB Insl Wnduiimliiy, l)twu.v Mi!C:ouiiol, vfhn mnint hln boyhood il»yu in Avalon, In v U J t l n g ff!«ndfl in I b i d piunu, n« w t n ivturn lo h l a homo at HprliiKdold, H I . . A mini bur of you UK pf.nph, from thin tiflshlmHioud went to tint boltovn last \v««|{ tu l i n n i mr»lmnion« and to jiiok up lilittury nntts. T.ewia Cox a-ucl wlf.i anil Kiiunul Oaln and family spnnt Iiwt Kiimlay at. W i n t o i i IConiH, Tlii'Odoni Huff and f a m i l y motorm) la IlQK«rd Sftlurilay fur it, »hort v t u l t w l i h liyrmt .Huff and family. Unle Carl(»n wwil to Valmyra last to th« A. If^ T, to ^C^o Items of Special Interest Rigfct ams NOW at the N* W York store. COTTON BLANKET^-- ul/.o I H x 7 l l -- w u l g h t - 2 I'.zjjb, In white, xrtry or tan "I-Wl.OO-l'Bi* pair' SPECIAL- REMNANT CALICO In loii),'l.hn ut OHM yiinl and un« dot 1 --millabln for i | u l d t plucos, n p r o i i H , chllilreiiB W!ilat,»,',,fll'«--- 10 yiii'd Itiiiiilli'H fm'.'25J OUTINO FLANNELS-- Mnavy jtoU'ul Ktnocoil o]|itlnf{« In 1 v lo i|t) yd, loiijttli.i-- -1(0^ yd li'liiii Q u a l i t y M«ld . o r I S l r J n r j OiiUims -- '10 to 10 yd O u i I n K fO) fort lliiliiKU WOO SPEC IAL-- REMNANTS DRESS iDH, n u l l , ' l»'i, Ottoman!), Kiilnir I t g u , (ilu. M I U end' I.IIIHH f r o m I/, y a r d up (j (hrt! i iind f o u r yarelil, IMtldillt AT AIIOXIT IIAIil' CRYSTAL WHITE fln.:1 WHITE ENAMELWARE ·..-Ttuil{piUc»~l-l ) ( . n|n)i falls. Jlorllu Kotlloa, tlii, ulo--vfii-y m0(;Ji'i.l vii '" 50* Swift's Pride White LAUNDRY SOAP-3 Ckos for DRAPERY REMNANTS --·Short'loii'glh« from the main floor drapery Ht.ockd at a wiving of J/, to I/,, Beautiful pat. turns, a n d (Ino q u a l i t y fiihrlua. . SPECIAL-- VTTZARD TRIANGLE FLOOR MOP-- » (jiiuiplBto with handled, W-hllfi tlioy latit 2i5J lj!iir(?o boltlo Codar GLOVES Cotton Flannel or MITTENS-3 pair for PAINTS, VAENJSHi STAINS, ENAMELS w n i a l l cn/ii!i of K«oi| ' palnlu, iiuliajilo for the n:l!nlj;li. l.ns iind r»lou6ltnn Joba around tho home, , l(i^ u .can TOILET PAPER Hot) VV)iJt«- -- lnr/{0 roliii 3 for 25i llfil) VVIIL»-~modliim roHii « f«r 350 FANCY DINNERWARE --DulcU windmill paiterj, d o n a In d u l f t liluo -- platiw), :iipB and HBin:i?ru, plaltor a;i4 Sale ofFLOWERING BULBS- THURSDAY,,PCT. 26th . } SINGLE SNARLY .TULIPS,. .5 for 5* DOUBLE EARLY TUIIPS :..... ..6ior5f DARWIN Ei^RLY 1UL1PS..-.'..;. 3 for 5* YELLOW NARCISSUS 6 for 5$ CROCUS,. Assorted . , i;'," / \. 5 for 5* HYACINTHS, a,ll colols...,.; S^Each; S for R E M E M B E R T H E I) A! T E SPECIAL- REMNANT PERCALES: In ItiriKlhij of 1 yiwd im I undw ~--u»of«l to every hom (herd ai'o d i l l d r u n , -16 and (ir 3 CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS- "Onoltii MMIfl' 1 nuiilit.j r , plti»li back cotton aul carefully mado and 4 to 111 yoari* . 12 to. 1^1 ears hooVy 8U 1 milt CHII.DS UNldN ^ cotton, DeocAd. .baekl ^ 2 to J.O year «lza Olilld'B SsDarrUe . the ttul\ Veatu and llt)f:cjJd -eot- Good Quality Envelopes-So vftlue-- -,.. 2 pu«knj{W) for 5^ NORTH MISSOURI* GREATEST STORE. MEN'S UNION SUITS- heavy ; ricocnd back, gray,"nil mtido thrduyjhout, vary ' ' |H 08| Suit. Sep^i-d.t« Vest *nd Pali \i;r Karmont, MEN'S SWEATER COATS^Oxford color, 'lOvy wnighl |Wlth roll colhir und t pockutu, roin. forced ««im»~-- 75k eadl MEN'S WORK SHIRTS liluu Clmmbn.y, avery te«m llrinly Bftwa--overy Karmbnt eul .right anil ntodo ri|(I't-- whllo titpy i CHILDREN'S BLACK SATEEN BLOOMERS- Each. SPECIAL-- GENUINE PETTICOATS-- In nlnJ.n it'.nk. l»iii« or cream woll WALLPAPBR ~ ( pur : jtoek!5"-~piu op with I twit* )ft a lo .-.It;, -,.-, ? .:; v :: far Jk\ia4le ^ ^^-^d-^ ke^^ ^a. tfl^Hg'iffrSrgi^ "" INEWSPAPERi

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