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South Store - Book 2
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South Store - Book 2

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South Store history from 1900-1976

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Lois Mitchell, Rose Hill. KS

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1900-1976

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Lois Mitchell, Douglas Tribune

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THE SOUTH STORE
Elias Mi building stock of Douglass
tchell and Lewis Carr contemplate erect:i g south of the Hall Brothers and putting in merchandise. We wish them success. Tribune June 8, 1900________
a 2 story a general
store
Work is progressing nicely on the Mitchell and Carr store building. Douglass Tribune July 27, 1900
Mitchell and Carr are opening new goods and filling their store for business. They expect to have things in good shape by the first of the month.
Douglass Tribune Sept 9, 1900
Mitchell and Carr's new store is a beauty. The new stock shows up to excellent advantages and the trade comes up to all expections. Douglass Tribune October 19, 1900
Mitchell and Carr have had their store building painted and screened which will add much to its comfort and appearance. Douglass Tribune June 21, 1901
Miss Nellie Mitchell is receiving her new stock of millinery and inviting the ladies to an opening on Sat. the 15th. Douglass Tribune March 14, 1902
I have received my stock of spring and summer millinery goods and ask the patronage on the people Nelle Mitchell
Ad Douglass Tribune March 14, 1902
Elias Mitchell and family have moved to his farm 2 miles south of town. He has rented the upper room of his store building for a lodge hall.
Douglass Tribune Jan 30, 1903
J.L. Hall has sold out his interest in the grocery and merchandise firm of Hall, Stanley and Hall, to his brother Will. The firm name is still Hall, Stanley & Hall. Trade is good with them.
Douglass Tribune Jan 24, 1902
THE SOUTH STORE
Johathan Thomas to
Elias Mitchell 1900
137' S of railroad right-a-way 100' S 140 W 100' N
140 E to the point of beginning
Elias Mitchell Estate 1937
to
George Showalter to
Garvin E Cox 1945
to
Rose Hill State Bank
1978
"THE SOUTH Sn-ORE"
Store of Hall-Stanley-Hall
Mitchell Store building built by Elias Mitchell in 1900 Picture probably taken in 1902 as men on porch were partners at that time
L to R Jessie Stanley------------Will N. Hall ---------Bill
(Father or Elsie Mitchell) (Son of This property was located on what is now Rose Hill Road,
Hall J . L . 137 '
Hall)
south
of the railroad right-a-way, on the west side of the road. It is referred to in most articles as the "South Store"
This lot was purchased from Jonathan Thomas June 25, 1900 for $60.00 The building was destroyed by fire, Feb. 7, 1934.
The vacant lot was sold by the Mitchell estate to George Showalter May 25, 1937 for $450.00
George Showalter sold it to Garvin E. Cox (Brownie) Nov 6, 1945 for $650.00
Brownie built a grocery store and ran it several years. It is now the south part of the Rose Hill State Bank.
1900 Elias Mitchell and Lewis Carr had a general merchandise store with a millinery shop. Elias and Rebecca lived up stairs.
1902 The store was Hall-Stanley-Hall
J.L. Hall----Jessie Stanley--Will Hall
1903 Store changed to Hall and Son ( J.L. Hall and Son Bill)
1904 Albertine Near
1906 Adolph Lindstrom 1903 the top story was rented to the 1908 Jessie Stanley Modern Woodmen of America for a
t0 lodge hall.
1917
1918 Wick S Son
1920 R.L. Webster
1921 M.A. Addis
1921 For Rent
1922 Andy Reheis Meat Market
Obituary of Joseph L Hall Joseph L. Hall was born in Knox oounty, Ohio, Maroh 10, 1817. Departed this life November *28, 1918, age! 71 year**, 8 month* and 13 day*, at hi* borne in Rote Hill, after a •lcknes* of fonr or five year*. He enlisted in the *ervioe of hi* oonntry in Oo. 11 lstlowa cavalry In January, lo8l and *ervod uutll wounded at Memphis, Tennessee, after which be was d*»o*iarged. He wa* united in marriage to Mis* Ann K Marsh, Maroh 4,1808, at Charlton, lows. To this union wa* boru six children, A son* and one daughter, hi* daughter and one son preceded him In death. He leave* to mourn bis loss a wife and four sons, Isaac of Rose Hill, Ed of (Vlcblta, Clone of H-iverhlll, Elmer of Averr. Oklahoma, two brothers of Stroude and Davenport, Oklabom*; and one slater of Alva, Oklahoma, twenty grand children and a host of other relative* and friend*. He was converted and Joined the M. E. church about 46 year* ago and remained strong In the faith until the end. With hi* wife he moved from Luca* county Iowa to Butler oounty In the Ural of the 80'* and lived on a fsrm north of Rose Hill until ahl* health failed. He moved to Rose Hill and engaged In the mercantile b rslne**, but bad to give that ap and went to Florida. He ‘got but little benefit and returned to Rose Hill t tree years ago where he has been a great sufferer ever slnoe from rheumatism and stomach trouble. He wai highly respected bv all who knew him for hi* honesty and hi* fine Christian character. The loner-WTM'Jfceld'.faouV the M. P ^ Sunday, cdn4pcted by Rev. I hbrlal at-DhaMp cemetery | the Civil war wa* draped around the owktfc : .
Douglass Tribune Nov 23. 1915
The firm of Hall, Stanley and Hall has been changed to Hall and Son. J.L. Hall is senior member of the firm,
Douglass Tribune Jan 30, 1903
Hall & Son will put in a large refrigerator and handle frech meat this summer. They will get their meat from Wichita packing houses.
Douglass Tribune April 3, 1903
Hall and Son general merchandise store is doing a good thriving business 6
Douglass Tribune April 24, 1903
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Albertine Near purchased the south store in " 1 ^;NTTTa 11 has been helping Albertine Near tock in the south store last week.
October,
invoice
1904.
the latter'
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Dec. 22, 1905
Last week, Albertine Near consumated a deal by which he he disposed of his stock of general merchandise here in what was known as "The South Store" to Adolph Lindstrom of Udall. Mr. Near, who has been in business only 15 months, has built, by honest dealing and accommodating ways, an immense business here. Mr Lindsrtom, who come into possession on the south store is said to be experienced business man and comes highly recommended
Douglass Tribune Jan 26, 1906
Mr. Llndstroiu, one }>f the merchants,'-i* closing out his business, and has'moved away. Me ft ad a gomL trade hut removed to'Belle Plaine to ^end Ills children to school there. ,
~'uouglass Tribune April, 1907
Last week was consumated a deal hy which Mr. Jesse Stanley bought the interest in the South general merchandise store frooi Mr. Adolph Lindstrom. About one year ago Mr. Lindstrom purchased anotner store in Belle Plaine and ever since his removal to that town Mr. Stanley has been the manager of the local store. Since its first establishment some years ago, the south store has changed proprietors several ttrnes, but Mr.
Stanley who almost from the stores’ beginning became connected with It either as a co-partner, salesman and then as manager has remained a fixed fixture. Through all the changes and during his long connection in the business here has made a laige acquaintance and gained reputation for prompt ness, courtesy and honesty in all his dealings with the public. He is a wide-awake and public-spirited citizen and well knows bis customers’ needs which he will strive to sup-ply. With the other large general . ,. merchandise store owned by our old V -standby Mr. P. It. Kinsey, Rose Hill and vicinity should be proud of two *
such good business institutions. __
Douglass Tribune Feb 4, 1908____________________
J.T. Stanley, who was so long the manager of the Bert Near stock and business has become more permanently fixed by purchasing the stock and business. The people who have always enjoyed trading with Mr. Stanley will prefer it the more now that they are dealing with him in his own name and
right.
Douglass Tribune Mav 15.1908
J . I'. Stanley, has received a 1 public school building souveni appreciative present to friends.
arge assortment of r dishes which make
the
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Douglass Tribune Nov 5, 1909
George Lawson is the latest addition to Rose Hill business fraternity, assissting in J.T. Stanley's store Douglass Tribune Jan 19, 1912
Virgil Cox has planned to move to Rose Hill in the Linus Dunlap property this week. Virgil has arranged to clerk for Jess Stanley in the south store. Virgil is a good capable young man who easily adapts himself to new situations and undoutedly this arrangement between him and Mr Stanley will result with mutual benefits.
Douglass Tribune Dec. 13, 1912
A Busy Store In A Busy Town
We carry a line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, > SHOES, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc, that is hard to beat.
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Bring'us your produce. We .pay the highest market price ^
XT. Stanley
Douglass Tribune 1915-16
Stanley and Lawson are moving their store into the P.R. Kinsey Corner Douglass Tribune Oct. 5, 1917
Wick and Son have moved to the Mitchell Building vacated by Stanley and Lawson.
Douglass Tribune, March 15, 1918
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WICK & SON
ROSE HIRL
Are Here to Furnish You
Supplies for the Needy Provisions for the Hungry Fresh Meats for Thrashers
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Cash buyers of Hides and Furs
To our established Meat and Ice trade .., i we have added a
Full Line of Groceries
Provisions and Canned Goods. We have almost everything everything in the Grocery and Provision line. These goods are fresh and inviting. Our Meats and our Ice are here for you. We are here to take your produce of all kinds, and pay you well for it. In our new location in the Mitchell;;building. '!
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Douglass Tribune Aug 8,
Wick & Bong aro ba*y etery day with both truck* and their trailer and a bnnchof clerk* at their new *tor«, cutting meat, weighing Ice and tieing ap grocerie*. The blgbeat market prie#-/or your poaltry, hide*, batter and «cc*.
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Douglass Tribune Aug 2, 1918
Wick & Sou are adding new Hue co (Their stock of grocerietTfeyery day
Douglass Tribune Aug 8, 19JL9
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Mutual Insurance
Butler. County and other first class Insurance Companies.
Office with Wick & Son. Phone Rose Hill No. 20^
Douglass Tribune Aug. 8, 1919
1919
Frank Hall has bought the meat shop fixtures of Wick and Son and will move them to his former place of business and open a meat shop there. He expects to keep ice on hand at all time.
Dougla.ss_ Tribune.March 26. 1920
Wick and Son*have sold their meat market fixtures to F.C.Hall. They have moved from the Mitchell Building to Oil Hill.
DouglaSS Tribune April 9, 1920
R.L. Webster was at the wholesale market Monday, buying goods for his large store. He will move into the Mitchell Building soon.
Douglass Tribune April 23, 1920_______ ________________—
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Supplies for the Needy Provisions for the Hungry Fresh Meats for Thrashers
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Cash buyers of Hides and Furs
To our established Meat and Ice trade .., i we have added a
Full Line of Groceries
Provisions and Canned Goods. We have almost everything everything in the Grocery and Provision line. These goods are fresh and inviting. Our Meats and our Ice are here for you. We are here to take your produce of all kinds, and pay you well for it. In our new location in the Mitchell;;building. '!
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Douglass Tribune Aug 8,
Wick & Bong aro ba*y etery day with both truck* and their trailer and a bnnchof clerk* at their new *tor«, cutting meat, weighing Ice and tieing ap grocerie*. The blgbeat market prie#-/or your poaltry, hide*, batter and «cc*.
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Douglass Tribune Aug 2, 1918
Wick & Sou are adding new Hue co (Their stock of grocerietTfeyery day
Douglass Tribune Aug 8, 19JL9
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Office with Wick & Son. Phone Rose Hill No. 20^
Douglass Tribune Aug. 8, 1919
1919
Frank Hall has bought the meat shop fixtures of Wick and Son and will move them to his former place of business and open a meat shop there. He expects to keep ice on hand at all time.
Dougla.ss_ Tribune.March 26. 1920
Wick and Son*have sold their meat market fixtures to F.C.Hall. They have moved from the Mitchell Building to Oil Hill.
DouglaSS Tribune April 9, 1920
R.L. Webster was at the wholesale market Monday, buying goods for his large store. He will move into the Mitchell Building soon.
Douglass Tribune April 23, 1920_______ ________________—

OBITUARY
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Ii. Webster’s Store I
tfieeiy pitted up in fleui Quarters |
The Hlitchell building north of P.0. §
Just What You Want 1
That is our business—that is what we are here for, 5 I -
to supply the people of Rose Hill and vicinity with =
the merchandise they need =
At Fail* Prices |
VVe keep our store well stocked with fresh and de- \ sirable good in the varied lines of £
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions I
Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits, Cured Meats, etc. E
R. U WEBSTER j
Phone No. .| | Rose Hill, Kansas. E
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Richard’ Logan Webster was born October 23, 1866, in Logan- County, Illinois, and died .1 tint* 2!), 1827, al Wesltey hospital, Wichita, age 60 years, Smooths and 6 days. lie was the son of Win. and Eliza' Webster. He came from Illinois to Rose Hill 44 years ago. He was a member of the Christian church of Richlan’d Chapel. He' was united in marriage i to Ella E. Orrell, January 22, 1H!)0 , near Douglass, Kansas. To this union 1 were born three children.
He is survived1 by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Ina- Royer and Frances; one1 son, Guy, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Russel and Mrs. Jennie Carr, of Rose Hill; two brothers, . Frank L. of Rose Hill and Geo. W. of , Wichita, and1 thiee grandchiklren\ Vivian, Richard and Jack Donald (Boyer, all of Douglass; quite a num-I her of other relatives and a host of J friends.
July 1927
Andy Reheis has purchased the meat dept.and all the fixtures of Frank Hall store and is moving into the Mitchell building, this week. All others have turned their meat business to Mr. Reheis
Douglass Tribune June 2, 1922
Andy Reheis has purchased the meat department and all the fixtures of,.the Frank Hall store and is moving into the Mitchell building, this week. Aft others have turned their—mea-t—business—fe——Re hies, who is an experienced meat cutter and understands the business thoroughly. He is a very honest and conscientious man and has the confidence of all Rose Hill people.
He has been identified with Rose Hill business for some time and hopes , to be ready to open up by Thursday.
Come in and see him, he will be headquarters for ice.
Douglass Tribune June 2. 1922
Mr. Rhieis has arranged to send a meat wagon into the country at least 2 days a week. Phone in your orders.
Douglass Tribune July 7, 1922
Lee Dennett has severed his relations with the Hawks garage and associated himself with the Reheis meat market.
Douglass Tribune July 7, 1922
Lee Dennett. has put in a nice, new ! stock of groceries in connection with his meat market Lee- is one of our very finest young men, and can be trusted to the utmost. He asks for a part of the trade, and we all hope that he always more than makes good. He will still keep a full line of fresh and cured meats, and everything that goes with a first class meat market, and at prices that no first class market can beat, quality considered. Give the’ young man a trial.’ ' _ j
Douglass Tribune Feb 1, 1924
you want a' nice cut of meat for Ibretikfast or a fine, roast for Sunday dinner. • SeV Andrew Rehlea^at the Rose Hill Meat Market,. t He handles no tanner meat but you can still get bargains 'in *6rfi-fed beayei f
Douglass Tribarae March 1924_________________
Frank Hall has bought Mr. meat market fixtures and
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fouglass Tribune Feb 27, 1925
M.A. Addis has bought the stock of the R.L. Webster store and has opened up in the Mitchell Building
Douglass Tribune Feb. 11, 1921
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Douglass Tribune July 8, 1921
Mr. Addis moved his stock of goods to Mulvane. This leaves the Mitchell building vacant.
Douglass Tribune July 22, 1921
AD
For Rent
Mitchell Store Building A good building and location.
The ^iubell Store latcl
bv Mi. Atitli* foi rent.
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Douglass Tribune July 22, 1921
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(mett’s General Store
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General Merchandise
| 12’lbs. sugar
^Ndf2cbrri,' two^ans...————— .25 V Nov<2 kraut -..-- .10
. Nol 2 blackberries 18c, two cans .35
?No. 10 apricots .........___.55
v. Good cocoa, Jwolbs..,—..^-.-.^——28
iVFigb&iy'per lb., 18c, two lbs. 1— .35
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Phone 39
Douglass Tribune March 1924
Orville Mitchell has checked out his lunch counter and ice cream parlor. He will devote all this time to his barber business.
Douglass Tribune May 9^_1930
Orville Mitchell has sold his barber boMnesr and his borne, in Base Hilt, and moved into Wichita. He is in a shop at 111 East First street, sooth of Leasee) hotel.
Douglass Tribune Sept 19, 1930
Lee Dennett has rented the Mitchell building lately occupied by Andy Reheis as a meat mstrket and has purchased a new outfit and will continue the meat market here. The other stores 'will turn their meat business over to Mr. Dennett has had experience in the meat cutting business and will endeavor to give the same good service Mr. ReHels has given.
Douglass TriTrune March 6, 1925
_ Lee Dennett has moved his meat market from the Mitchell building to his general store, first door south oERose Hill state bank and 'will operate it in connection with his general store. 'He expects to carry a full line of the best meats and kindred products that can be had. He' invites all his friends and customers to patronise his market.—
Douglass Tribune Aug 28, 1925
Lee Dennett had moved to the Store building by Dec. 1925 Mitchell Building was listed vacant at that'time.
ANNOUNCING A NEW mo POSITION
in Rose Hill. A feed store in the Mitchell building, handling bjan, shorts, salt, stock tonics and foods. Have a car load on track the last of this week. In the near future will be equipped to buy your cream and poultry.
Rose Hill Supply Co.
O. C. Mitchell, Prop.
Dec. 1927
John Saunders of Benton has joined barber shop purchased from Orville it a two chair shop. The shop will Mitchell Building.
his uncle Mitchell, continue
Douglass Tribune Sept 26, 1930
in the making in the
Orville Mitchell has moveej the Webster Garage.
his barber shop to
North as the as
Douglass Tribune Oct 2, 1930
Reyer and Son are installing a shoe and harness shop in the Mitchell Building.
They expect to be ready for repair work in a few days. They are putting in a much needed business and should receive a good support.
Douglass Tribune June 1930
Material is on the ground, so we are told by Bud Higgins, for Brownie Cox's grocery and market building on the lots between the Post Office and Clinger Cafe.
It is to be a tile and stucco structure, and Brownie, just out of the Navy, will get back into the grocery business ere too many moons.
Douglass Tribune Nov 6, 1945
BUILDING MOVING FAST IN ROSE HILL
In Rose Hill Saturday evening and found the walls of "Brownie" Cox new store building, south of the post office, going up, foundation finished.
Douglass Tribune Nov. 22, 1945
Cox Grocery At Rose Hill Open
BROWNIE COX HAS IHO STOKE OPENING
The opening days at Brownie Cox’s new store seemed to 'be a great success, with large crowd’s tooth days aind late into bhe nights. The store is uip-to-date and looked’ very fine. The “helip-yourself” appeared' to be good', as the cashier's were kept busy checking the customers waiting in line.
Mr and Mrs Bradbury presented Brownie and Wretha a beautiful bouquet of cut flowers far the opening. Brownlie and Wretha appreciated the gift and took it to tileir chiurch Sunday morning.
The Bradbury’s new building will too another fine addition to Rose Hill, and we understand that it will be ready for occupancy in the near future. The new locker plant and. barber stoop will toe in the Bradbury building.________________________
making progress
The glass has been installed in our two new store fronts, and the lockers are to be installed this week in the Bradbury building. Rose Hill is looking forward to having two stores as fine as can be found anywhere. Buit we need) more houses and could have moire business places if living quarters could be found for those who would operate them.
' ‘Brownie’ Cox is all set to open his new market and grocery ini Rose Hill' Prj^day* March) 1. ■>..'
The former Navy man recently finished! Wife* mew building, just south of the postoffice, has the most modem of display cases ittoruout, the latest refrigeration1—all in alii toe has a mighty snappy looking place, as good as any Ibig eilty.
‘Brownie’ and his wife, Wretha^ are not new to Rose Hill (business. Before he went to service they operated a store on the east sidle of the street. .
Welcome back to fcose JM1 business, ‘Brownie’. - ■ . ,", , • ,
(A, yes, read his ad in this (week’s Tribune. ,•
Douglass Tribune, Feb. 28, 194 6
Ami So “Brownie”
Gets His Windows
“Nothing’s too good far bur customers” is lettered across a 30-foot expanse uf rough glass which is being used in place of the. regular plate glass at the Carl Graham Paint And Wallpaper Company at Broadway and Douglas.
The sign. explains that the clear plate glass has been removed to provide for Garvin Cox of IRlose 'Hill, a returned veteran, whose grocery store opening was toeing delayed by the current glass shortage. Recalling that “to give the shirt off one’s back” is the true test of friendship, officials of the company decided to give the plate glass out of its display window to help a customer.—“Usual and Unusual” lb Wichita Eagle,
Febr uary 1946
Feb.
1946
WICHITA COMES OUT TO FILL LARDERS
Our store keepers hardly knew on Saturday whether it was Rose Hill or Wichita lined up at the meat coulters. Would say it was Wichita and other states as cars from Washington and Colorado were seen, ‘
Parking space was at a premium but' many went away happy with a nioce nf meat.
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Opening Bargains:
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Elmdale Early June Peas
(No. 4 sieve) No. 2 can, 2 for 23c
Shurfine Salad Dressing, pint
Blue Winner Peach halves . A No. 2^ can
Red Star; Flour, 10 pounds
: Hi-Ho Cracker^, pound
Fleming Coffee, 1 pound
Purex, 'quart '
Elmdale Cream Style Corn • !2 No. 2 cans .
Van Camp Beans, in tomato sauce, . .. 2 No. 2 cans
Elmdale Cut Green Beans . 2 No. 2 cans / ; "
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Sunbrite. Cleanser, .. per can .
v Sunshine Chocolates, assorted A-flavors, Y pound. .
Lifebuoy Spap / v 2 "bars : -
Campbell’s Tomato Soup; can 10c
V Beet Sugar ' , ; ' 10 pounds . 69c
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/Daireraft Milk/, / 2 tall cans • '. 21c
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Seaside Limas, large , v /- '.
2 pounds for 31c •
Thompson Seedless Raisins, ;
2 pounds’ for 28c
American Beauty Macaroni or
Spaghetti/ | 1-pound bag . 13c
‘Walnuts,-- No. 1 1-pound bag 39c/
: Kraft Dinner V:.: 74-ounce 10c./
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No. 1 McClure’Potatoes, .10 lbs. 35c"
„. Grapefruit,; Texas Seedless,.6 for 19c
Orang.es/ni odium size/dozen | i9<&
. Lettuce, 2 heads . . / 17c
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from DouglASS Tribune, Feb 28, 1946
Material is on the ground, so we are told by Bud Higgins, for Brownie Cox's grocery and market building on the lots between the Post Office and Clinger Cafe.
It is to be a tile and stucco structure, and Brownie, just out of the Navy, will get back into the grocery business ere too many moons.
Douglass Tribune Nov 6, 1945
BUILDING MOVING FAST IN ROSE HILL
In Rose Hill Saturday evening and found the walls of "Brownie" Cox new store building, south of the post office, going up, foundation finished.
Douglass Tribune Nov. 22, 1945
Cox Grocery At Rose Hill Open
BROWNIE COX HAS lilt! STORE OPENING
The opening days at Brownie Cox’s new Store seemed to be a great success, with large crowds tooth days and late into the nights. The store is up-to-date and looked very fine. The “Ihielip-yourself” appeared' to be good', as the caslhier’s were kept busy checking the customers waiting in line.
Mr and Mrs Bradbury presented Brownie and VVretha a beautiful bouquet of cut flowers far the opening. Browniie and W ret ha appreciated) the gift and took it ito til eir church Sunday morning.
The Bradbury’s new building will Iho another fine addition to Rose Hill, and we understand that it will be ready for occupancy in the near future. The new locker plant and barber shop will be in the Bradbury building._____________________________
MAKING PROGRESS The glass has 'been installed in our two new store fronts, and the lookers are to be installed this week in the Bradbury building. Rose Hill is looking forward to having two stores as fine as can be found anywhere. But we need more houses and could have more business places if living quarters could be found1 for those who would operate them.
' ‘Brownie’ Cox is all set to open his new market and grocery ini Rose iHilli. prjday* March) 1. Vy
The former Navy man recently finished MV niew building, just south of the postoffice, has the most modern of display cases thruout, the latest refrigeration1—all in all! be has a mighty snappy looking place, as good as any big city. . , . . .
‘Brownie’ and his wife, Wretha, are not new to Rose Hill business.. Before he went to service they operated a store on the .east side of the street. . •,
Welcome back to Rose Hill business, ‘Brownie’. •
O,. yes, read his ad in'this week’s Tribune.
Douglass Tribune, Feb. 28, 1946
Anil Sin “BrnttHin”
Gets His Windows
“Nothing’s too good far bur customers” is lettered across a 30doot expanse of rough glass which is being USed in place of the regular platd glass1 at the Carl Graham taint and Wallpaper Company at Broadway and Douglas.
The sign explains that the clear plate glass has been removed to provide for Garvin Cox of IRlose Thill, a returned veteran, whose grocery store opening was being delayed by the current glass shortage. Recalling that “to give the shirt off one’s back” is the true test of friendship, officials of the company decided to give the plate glass out of its display window to help a customer.—“Usual and Unusual” ito Wichita Eagle.
February 1946
Feb.
1946
WICHITA COMES OUt TO FILL LARDERS
Our store keepers hardly knew on Saturday whether it was Rose Hill or Wichita lined up at the meat coulters. Would say it was Wichita and other states as cars from Washington and Colorado were seen, ‘
Parking space was at a premium but" many went away happy with a piece of meat.
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COX SUPER mnRKEI
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When you trade with Cox “AG” Grocery, you are trading with a progressive, independent food merchant whose first consideration is always your satisfaction. Remember - the “AG” Plap of pooled buying means lower prices to you.
OUR EVERY DAY PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES. WE HAVE A LOT OF NEW PRINTS.
EXTRA SPECIAL!!
As a PRE-SCHOOL SALE we offer you a
10% REDUCTION

On All Goods Bought Friday and Saturday, August 26 and 2‘
Come In and Take Advantage of these Special Prices
1096 Off SALE
£»1 k OU
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Douglass Tribune"
Aug 25, 1949
COX SUPER mnRKEI
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When you trade with Cox “AG” Grocery, you are trading with a progressive, independent food merchant whose first consideration is always your satisfaction. Remember - the “AG” Plap of pooled buying means lower prices to you.
OUR EVERY DAY PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES. WE HAVE A LOT OF NEW PRINTS.
EXTRA SPECIAL!!
As a PRE-SCHOOL SALE we offer you a
10% REDUCTION

On All Goods Bought Friday and Saturday, August 26 and 2‘
Come In and Take Advantage of these Special Prices
1096 Off SALE
£»1 k OU
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Douglass Tribune"
Aug 25, 1949
Carr Brothers In Anniversary
Carr Brother, Glenn Jr and Bob, are advertising an Anniversary and Appreciation Sale for Friday and Saturday of this week at their Rose Hill grocery.
There will be free prizes all day Saturday. ♦
Bill Bachman, of General Mills, will demonstrate cake baking. A Betty Crocker Cook Book is to be given away.
Read their ad on this page.
Douglass Tribune Sept. 28, 1950_______ __
Carr Bros.
Groceries and Meats
Rose Hill, Kansas
A-G Stores
Anniversary and Appreciation Days
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29-30
Douglass Tribune ~ Sept 28, 1950
NEW BUSWESS nRM IN ROSE HILL is that of Glenn and Bobb Carr, whoao atora la .bow. W*. In October the Carr brothers held a grand opening of their new .(ore. They bought the btttlnonti from Garvin (Brownie) Cox who had been In Roee Hill business Ilf. a number tfjeare ThT<>5
HiTbJnk"?‘ the north*corner.end °f * r°W * hoU*~ **
Winfield Courier Achievement Edition 15-E 1949
“mi p\ ROSE HILL, KANSAS
February 2 and 3
Our Store Will Be Closed Thursday, February 1, for Remodeling
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS:
Coffee, Folger’s lb 79c
Potatoes, U. S. No. 1 McClures
in yentvue bag , 10 lbs 29c
: ■ r. Grapefruit, ^exas, 10 for 29c
Oranges, juicy, 10 lbs 37c
Lettuce solid heads • • • \ ; ' • / ea 10c
• Bananas lb 12£c
Golden Ripe
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Campbell’s Tomato Soup 3 for 29c
Tall, cans - - , t >
Cut Green Beans 2 for 27c
Mile High No. 303 cans
■ 1 1 i • . 11 1 Sunlight American Cheese 89c
, Two-lb box
Tork and Beans 1-lb can 10c
Van Camp’s
Shurfine Shortening 3 lbs 89c
Soap Powders 31c
All Popular Brands
Flour 25-lb bag $1.84
RED STAR \
Jello, all flavors, 3 pkgs 25c

Sliced Bacon lb 50c
Bacon Squares lb • 19c
Lard lb / 21c
Lard 21c
Colored Oleo k lb 32c
Shurfine
Lean Pork Steak lb 49c
CALL US FOR OUR WEEK - END EGO PRICES
See Us About Your Frozen Food Locker
Cox Purchases Carr Grocery
Mr and Mrs Garvin (Brownie) Cox will be back in business February 1.
• They have bought the Carr Brothers Grocery and Market from Glenn jr and Bob Carr, and are to take possession on February 1.
We are told they intend to install a new locker system in their store.
The store is in the building Brownie built and opened his grocery after his; return from World War II.
Douglass Tribune Jan- 25, 1951
Cox Has Open House Saturday At Rose Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Cox are having Open House at their newly remodeled store in Rose Hill Saturday, Oct, 18.
They invite you to call that day — free cokes and Steffen’s ice cream and Cudahy meat products. Free gifts for the ladies and children, prizes, drawings. Organ music by Paul Ferrin, choir director of Wichita Central Assembly .
The Cox store at Rose Hill has been remodeled completely, new fixtures and cases, new big warehouse, a credit to any city.
April 1959 ________
Cox Back In Market Again
Brownie and Wretha Cox will be back in the grocery and meat business in Rose Hill this week. They bought the store from Glenn Jr and Bob Carr and plan to take over Thursday, Feb-ruary 1.
Tjie store will be closed all day Thursday and open for business Friday.
Brownie plans to install frozen food dockers at1 the store.
Read their specials in The Tribune this week.
Douglass Tribune Feb. 1, 1951
COX TREATS KIDS Tuesday marked the first anniversary of hot lunches in the Rose Hill schools. The G E Cox Grocery had a treat for all the boys and girls at lunch hour on that day.
.Douglass Tribune March 22, 19 5i
'VOX GROCERY ADDS 3JEW COOLING UNITS
Cox Grocery at Rose Hill, is installing ^2. new vegetable and fruit cooling unit —isays Brownie—the better to handle •anore and fresher vegetables and fruit 3or our customers.
Another recent addition to the Cox Grocery was a modern store cooling «mit—making shopping much more com-dnrtable on hot days.
July 1952
Cox Grccerv To
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Have. New Fixtures
Browrfie Cox’s grocery and market is getting a complete face lifting, or internal change.
New' dairy and frozen food cases are on the floor and there will be new is-
! lands for various goods over the entire : store.
Some of the cases have been received ' and others are due in at any time. The job is supposed to be completed in a ■ week or two.
August 1958
Cox Celebrating « 18th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. "Brownie"’ Cox are celebrating their 18th. anniversary in the grocery and meat business in Rose Hill this week end.
They are advertising special prices for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, prizes, treats for kids.
They invite you to come in.
April 1959
Fire At Cox Grocery
The fire department was alert oh the fire at the Cox Grocery Friday morning. The fire started in a small building at the rear of the store. The building was used as a storage room and the fire was getting a good start when the wagons got there but was soon under control. Derby and Andover trucks also made the run. With the wind as strong as it was it could have been very disastrous and again we say— we are glad we have our fire trucks and qualified men to handle them.
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TO SERVE YOU BETTER
BROWNIE COX, Proprietor
Douglas; Tribune
October 1960
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AG ROSE HILL, KANSAS AG You Are Invited To Our
OPEN HOUSE
In our Newly Remodeled Rose Hill Store
Saturday, October 18
r- Coca Cola - Cudahy Products rree Steffen’s Ice Cream Bars
$5.00 IN GROCERIES FREE
To the first 25 customers Friday and Saturday with $10 orders
Gifts for Ladies and Children
OTHER PRIZES GIVEN
ORGAN MUSIC by Paul Ferrin, choir director of Central Assembly of Wichita
THE DOUGLASS TRIBUNE THURSDAY, OCTOBER UvWI_
"Thanks To Frlands" ffs
Say Brownla Coxa*
Not tinea the day* of the "roe •carolty" hat Rota H1U aaan peop lined up on the straata to “shop", b thla was- actually repeated this pa weak and In Rote Hill. A line” wi formed both Friday and Saturda waiting for the doors of our store be opened at 9 o'clock. Than tl "mad" rush began with Waldens 8h waiter being one of the first to rea< the check stand for bar 95 worth free merchandise. Congratulation Waldens, and to the many otbe who "mkde It" just In tlmel
We want to say a grataful b "Thank You” to all our customs and friends for the wonderful 1 sponse to our "Remodel 8ale". was by far the biggest week end a have had in the history of our sto business, and wa really appreciate Friends came from Latham, J^tlant Rock, Douglass, Udall, Derby, Augi ta, several from Wichita, ElDorad Mulvane. Havlland, and Bolton, Ka
We were especially honored wi the presence of Miss McPhersc county treasurer, from El DoraC who came down for the day. She running for re-election. Miss Clai belle Houston, a former Rose H teacher, accompanied Miss McPh< son and visited former friends here.
We wish to express our appreci tion to Harris Farm Supply, Ro Hill State Bank, Mr. and Mrs. Verm Wilks, Mr. McBumey, Hubert, B« lln and Virgil Cox, Mr. Robert Bi ker, Simmons Drilling Co., Hopp Glass Co. of Wichita, The Walt Harned Co. of Wichita, Miller-Bark Flooring Co, Steffens, Jenkins Mui Co., Cudahy Packing Co., Coca Co Wonder Bread Co., Mr. Frank Tw« y. Supreme Baking Co., Mr. Even Fowler, Mr. Stewart Mack from t Almor Co. who revamped and < signed our store, and Mr. Langfo and boys, %Mr. Lawrence Rlckar and boys, and Short Cox for pump.
Rev. Paul Ferrin, organist for t "day” was wonderfully received a we Bay a big "Thank You" Paul. I the beautiful music furnished on t Hammond organ. Many beautiful : quest numbers were played. Ma expressed their desire for his retu In the near future.
Last but not least, we wish to s thanks to our loyal employees, R Howard. Mr. Ramey. Mrs. Brov Garold (Doc) Cox. Beth Cox. Dai Musgrove, Dollle Hlnshaw, Dli Braddv, Zenlta Herbers. David Ca and Florentine Templin. who help us so much. Also, thanks to Mr. OI Kiser, of the Douglass Tribune, w designed our handbills for the <J and spent so much time trying get our advertisement Just rig Thanks, Glen, for your help.
Also thanks to Lowell Hlnshaw I taking "movies" during the day. t hope to show them In the store sex
Once again we say thank you each and every one of you.
Douglass Tribune
Oct 23, 1958
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AG ROSE HILL, KANSAS AG You Are Invited To Our
OPEN HOUSE
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In our Newly Remodeled Rose Hill Store
Saturday, October 18
17 Coca Cola - Cudahy Products r i ee Steffen’s Ice Cream Bars
$5.00 IN GROCERIES FREE
To the first 25 customers Friday and Saturday with $10 orders
Gifts for Ladies and Children
OTHER PRIZES GIVEN
ORGAN MUSIC by Paul Ferrin, choir director of Central Assembly of Wichita
THE DOUGLASS TRIBUNE THURSDAY, OCTOBER U-. 1«<M
/'Thanlcs To Frlands* (T+
Say Brown ia Coxaa
Not since the days oI the “meet •carol ty" has Rose Hill seen people lined up on the street# to "ahop”, but this wss- actually repeated this past week end In Koee Hill. A "line” was! formed both Friday and Saturday, waiting for the doors of our store to be opened at > o'clock. Then the “mad" rush began with Waldena 8bowel ter being on# of the first to reach the check stand for bar $5 worth of free merchandise. Congratulations. Waldena, and to the many others who "mrfde It” just in time!
We want to say e grateful big “Thank You" to all our customers and friends lor the wonderful response to our "Remodel Sale". It was by far the biggest week end we have bad In the history of our store business, and wa really appreciate It. Friends came from Latham, Atlanta, Rock, Douglass, Udall, Derby, Augusta, several from Wichita, El Dorado, Mulvane, Haviland, and Bolton, Kan.
We were especially honored with the presence of Miss McPherson, county treasurer, from El Dorado, who came down for the day. She la running for re-election. Miss Clara-belle Houston, a former Rose HUl teacher, accompanied Miss McPher-| son and visited former friends here.
We wish to express our appreciation to Harris Farm Supply, Rose Hill State Bank, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilks. Mr. McBumey, Hubert, Berlin and Virgil Cox, Mr. Robert Barker, Simmons Drilling Co., Hopper Class Co. of Wichita. The Walter Haroed Co. of Wichita, Miller-Barker Flooring Co, Steffens, Jenkins Music Co., Cudahy Packing Co., Coca-Cola. Wonder Bread Co., Mr. Frank Tweed-v, Supreme Baking Co.. Mr. Everett Fowler. Mr. Stewart Mack from the Almor Co. who revamped and de-| signed our store, and Mr. Langford and boys. *Mr. Lawrence Rickards and boys, and Short Cox for pump.
Rev. Paul Ferrin, organist for the “day” was wonderfully received and we say a big "Thank You" Paul, for the beautiful music furnished on the Hammond organ. Many beautiful request numbers were played. Many expressed their desire for his return In the near future.
Last but not least, we wish to say thanks to our loyal employees, Roy Howard. Mr. Ramey. Mrs. Brown. C.arold (Doc) Cox. Beth Cox. David Musgrove, Dollle Hlnshaw. Dick Bradriy, Zentta Herbers, David Carr, and Florentine Templln. who helped us so much. Also, thanks to Mr. Olen Kiser, of the Douglass Tribune, who designed our handbills for the day and spent so much time trying to get our advertisement Just right Thanks, Glen, for your help.
Also thanks to Lowell Hlnshaw for taking "movies" during the day. We hope to show them In the store soon.
Once again we say thank you to each and every one of you.
Douglass Tribune
Oct 23, 1958
Woody Quick Buys Brownie Cox Store
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Mr. and Mrs. Woody Quick of Wichita announce the purchase of Brownie Cox’s Thriftway Store at Rose Hill and have taken charge. It will be a Red Bud store. ' 5 |
Mr. and Mrs. Quick and their children, Dana Rachell and Daniel Kevin, plan to move to Rose Hill soon. Brownie’s plans are unknown. __ir'iSlBfcr .1
Douglass Tribune’ November 1964
Woody Quick Improves Service
Woody Quick, owner of Woody’s Red Bud in Rose Hill, j is very happy he decided toi come to the community to establish his business. This was an opinion he expressed recently when the Tribune visited his store, : ■ ~ .
Woody claims that the people of Rose Hill never' cease to amaze him with their attitudes and integrity, and this alone would make the business venture profitable.
Woody intends to make his home in the -community as soon as possible, bringing with him his wife, Bonnie, and children, Dana Rachell and Daniel Kevin.
Since purchasing the store in November, Woody has improved and re-worked the locker and slaughtering facilities there. He reports that the work has been completed, and that the State has passed it under their quality control requirements. Slaughtering is now being done in the plant every day.
Mr. Quick is not new to the grocery business, having had 24 years experience in the retail field within Wichita and the surrounding trade area. When he was asked why he chose the difficult grocery trade as an occupation, he replied, “Since I began working at it at age 11, I have never done anything else.”1
Woody’s store operates thru the Red Bud policy of independent home-owned, home-operated: food centers. ,
Douglass Tribune February 1965_______________
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th & 5th
Cox Thriftway
Rose Hill SP 6-2173
Potato (hips EKco‘yoCpLT' 39 c
French Fries FZJ't... ... 2&19c
Weiners ffiL* ........ ... X. 39c
Pork & Beans c.“P.... No. 2 4C, _ _ can l*A
nf II.im Half or Baro-nam whole lb. 87c
Strawberries ..... _ pk "• 19c
Potatoes Russet IT $1.75
n.... Shurfine POP Can 5c
Ice Milk “.... .... & 39c
Glamor Hair Spray large N 4Q cans f lill
Salad Dressing ....... 39c
El a ii v ^Shurfine rIOUr 25-lb. bag _ . ..... $1.69
Wonder Merry-Go-Round
FREE Rides for the Kiddies
Hot Dogs -- __ only 5c each
(Buy 'em By The Sack Full)
Douglass Tribune
1964
WOODY'S RED BUD
Rose Hill, Kansas .,.
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Specials Available this week end
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January 7, 8 and 9
Mr. 'Woody’ Quick, new owner of Woody’s Red Bud in Rose Hill, Kansas is happy to announce that he is opening his slaughter house for his new friends and customers. We have available lockers and have experienced and qualified personell to slaughter and process your beef and pork. Our prices are reasonable —
Come in today.
GOLDEN CRUST
Flour ___________________ I*—. 29c
DEL MONTE
rnm cream style or # No. 303 ftfl.
VUlH whole kernel____L 0 cans 7#£
LEMON, STRAWBERRY, NEOPOLITAN, B ANN ANA BUTTERSCOTCH, COCONUT CREAM LIMIT 4
Banquet (ream Pies 4 £7 $1.00
CHAMPION ^
Baron ______________________ lb. 29c
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ROSE HILL.KANSAS
SPECIALS
PRICES GOOD MAY 20-21-22
Coupon
Hunt's
Tomato Sauce
6 8 Oz. Cans
6/*1
Coupon
Glad Sandwich
Sandwich Bag
ISO Ct. Pkg. No. HP 677
59°
Coupon
Wesson
Wesson Oil
38 Oz. Btl.
$ -J 19
Coupon
Glad Yard Leaf
Leaf Bag
5 Ct. Pkg.
79°
J Calif Ripe
[Strawberries
Idaho Russett
Potatoes
Fresh Crisp
Carrots
Vine Ripe
Tomatoes
Golden
Sweet Corn-
Slicing
Cucumbers
Green
Bell Peppers-
Large Fancy
Head Lettuce
(PRODUCE)
Pt. Ctn. 39*
10 Lb. Bag i 99*1
Lb. Bag 15*
Lb 29*
13* Each
3/*1
(froxeh foods)
(meat)
Steffens Dairy Belle QQ$ Ice Cream % Gai. 03 Plumrose Ham 4 Oz. Pk9- Reg. $1.06 99*
Surefine
Lemonade 6 0z Cans 7/*1 Carl Budding Waffy Sliced Meats 3 °z pk9 ^
Banquet
Meat Dinners pk?' 49* (DAIRV) Steffen's Thies All Meat Wieners 12 Oz. Pkg. 69*
Thies Luncheon 6 Oz. Pkg. 49*
Meats
Cottage Cheese ^ oz. 89* USDA Choice Round Steak
Nucou Stick Margarine Lb ct 49* Bone-In Lb. 39*
All American Thies Ark Valley
Cheese 0~o .2 c*. 99c Bacon 1119 lb. ■
Sta-Krisp Big Cheese
Twist
Tide
Detergent
Duncan Heinz
Cake Mixes
Food King
Peaches
Van Camp
Pork & Beans
Friskies
Dog Food
12 Oz. Pkg. 69*
Family Size *4^9
Pkg. 59*
Cling 2 Vi Can 49* 300 Can 3/M
25 Lb. *38‘
(qrocerv)
Bow Wow
Dog Food Pellets
Gallon
Coke or Sprite
Sweet Heart Liquid
Liquid Dish
Paramount Polski Wyrob
Dill Pickles
New Dawn Liquid
Dish Detergent
25 Lb. Bag *7*® 50 Lb. Bag M*9
16 Oz. Btls 8/99* 32 Oz. 79*
Quart Reg. $1.09 89* Giant 89*
Douglass Tribune 1976
! Watch For The
Our Complete Remodeling Inside and Out Is Just About Complete-Help Us Celebrate In A Few Days When We Have Our Big Sale
Are You Paying
More For Groceries?
Hyde Pork Half Gal.
Ice Milk.__;.38( Miracle Whip.43<
3 Pound
CRISCO_______88<
Velveeta_____98c
Grade “A” Dozen
Med. EGGS__.35<
15 oz.
*________—————--------------------------—------------—»Post Toasties. .15c
Douglass Tribune March 11, 1971 With Coupon From Handbil
Gary Johnson Buys IGA At Rose Hill
A deal consumated over the weekend transferred proprietorship of the IGA Grocery in Rose Hill from O. C. Gettle to Gary Johnson.
Johnson has operated Gary's IGA in Andover for several years, and is presently operating both stores . He and his staff were on hand in Rose Hill Monday, checking stock, making some changes and generally rearranging the store here.
Douglass Tribune Oct 21, 1971
H,cd Eoch
Lettuce______17<
Boneless
HAMS.H *j.u 99c
Gary’s
Oeuglass-RoseHil I Andover i
Douglass Tribune March 2, 1972__