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North Store - Book 2

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North Store, Rose Hill, KS

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History of the North Store, Rose Hill, KS 1893-1954

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Lois Mitchell, Rose Hill, KS

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Lois Mitchell,Rose Hill, KS; Douglass Tribune, Douglass, KS

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1893-1954

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THE NORTH STORE
This building was located 90' S of Right-a-way, 21' S, W to the alley, NE along line of alley to a point directly west of the place of beginning, E to the place of beginning. It is now the center part of the Rose Hill State Bank.
This building belonged to Johnatian Thomas. It was leased by many different business. The first sale of this property was from Josephine Thomas to W.N. Harris Dec. 12, 1912
W.N. and Minnie Harris to Mary N. Dennett March 3, 1934 Mary Dennett to Avery McElhiney Jan, 1954
Avery McElhiney to Rose Hill State Bank Oct. 1958
On Feb. 7,1934 the building burned. It housed the Lee Dennett grocery store at that time. Mr..^ Dennett rebuilt.
1893 A.A. Greene ________________________
1898 John Hall
1899 E.A.Taft
1900 J.L. Hall and William Hall
1901 William Hall & Canfield
1901 William Hall & P.R. Kinsey
1902 P.R. Kinsey
1909 Morris Brothers Furniture Store (Henry Patterson, manager) to
1911
1912 The Fair- Hough Bros, Store
1919 Frank Hall
1920 Mr. Knott 1920 Frank Hall
1925 Lee Dennett
1942 Lee Dudgeon
1943 Virgil Swindell ^
1946 Dayle Showalter Variety Store
1952 Austin Chance Cafe 1954 Laura Lemmon Cafe
1957 Western Auto Store McElhiney
1965
Became part of Rose Hill State Bank
The North Store
This building belonged to Mr. Johnathan Thomas and leased to all the different store owners.
Work on the new .building to bo occupied by A. A. Greene is being pushed as rapidly as possible.. The dimensions are 60jt21 ft. and it will no. titled with the fixtures which can ado to the looks and convenience of a large general merchandise Store.
Douglass Tribune 1893
A. A. Greene’s General Merchandise store was entered by unknown parties last Friday night and robbed of money, postage stamps and jewelry to the extent of about 30 dollars.
Douglass Tribune 1893
A. A. Greene has started his wagon on the road, loaded with groceries and dry goods, and will take in exchange butter, eggs, rags, old iron, and the common circulating medium lb to 1.
Douglass Tribune
Aug 16, 1895
John Hall is operator of a general store.
Douglass Tribune April 1, 1898
A new cellar is being dug behind Mrs. Hall's store, to proctect butter from the heat and people from the cyclones. Douglass Tribune May 5, 1899
Joe Hall is running Mrs. Hall's store with Jesse Stanley's assistance.
Douglass Tribune Oct 6, 1899________________________
George Clark of Douglass, spent 2 days in Rose Hill this week helping invoice Mrs. Hall's stock of goods#
Douglass Tribune Oct 6, 1899
John B. Hall b. Sept 20, 1855 d. July 8, 1906
Mary T. Hall b. March 20, 1857 d. Oct. 28, 1940
Mary was always referred to as Grandma Hall. Her home was on Rose Hill Road, second house north of school administration building.
Jess Stanley is a clerk for E.A. Taft store. Douglass Tribune June, 1899
Mr. George Canfield recently bought ^ interest in Mr. Hall's store. Mr. Joe Hall sold out his interest in the store to his brother, Will, but the name remains the same, Hall & Canfield.
Douglass Tribune Feb. 2,
George Canfield sold Mr. Phil Kinsey.
1901
his interest in the store
to
Douglass Tribune, March 1, 1901
Hall and Kinsey will receive a dress goods in a few days.
Douglass Tribune, March 29, 1901
large supply of summer
W.N. Hall has withdrawn from the firm general merchants. P.R. Kinsey continues to enjoy a good trade. W.N. Hall has gone
Douglass Tribune Jan 10, 1902
P.R. Kinsey is making quite a success
line.
of Hall and Kinsey, the old store and seems to Oklahoma.
of his mercantile
Douglass Tribune__April 24, 1903
In 1905 tne first Rose Hill Telephone located in the P.3.Kinsey store.
switchboard was
Morris Bros, of Augusta, have rented the newly rebuilt and enlarged Jonathan Thomas store building, formerly P.R. Kinsey's old store and are stock it up with a full line of furniture and undertaking goods. This filling a long felt want here. Henry Patterson and wife are in charge. We bespeak success for them.
Morris Bros,, of Augusta, have
1 „ . , , , nnn rented the newly rebuilt and enlarged
Douglass Tribune Oct. 15, 1909 Jonathan Thomas store building,
_______formerly P. R. 'Kinzey’s old stand
and are stocking it up with a full line of furniture and undertaking goo Is, thus filling a long felt want here. Henry Patterson and wife are in charge. We bespeak success for them.
Mr and Mrs. Patterson have closed out their furniture business and the building that they occupied is vacant*
Douglass Tribune Jan 18, 1911
Mr. Hough,,of Sylvja, Ks. has moved his family to this place and is getting ready for his stock of goods, which is expected in soon. We bid Mr. Hough and his family a hearty welcome and hope they will enjoy their new home and find their surroundings congenial in situations of home as well as in business.
March 15, 1912 Douglass Tribune
Hough Brothers, the new merchants, proprietors of "The Fair" are doing a good business. They are enlarging their stock to meet the demands of the trade.
Douglass Tribune April 12, 1912
The Fair, kept by the Hough Bros, is doing an increased business.
Douglass Tribune May 17, 1912 ______________
W.N. Harris purchased this building, Dec. 12, 1912
Lots of Oil Play Hough Bros took a Camp). Some days Douglass Tribune
large load on goods to the oil field. (Haskins they take two loads.
June 15, 1917 _____
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= As the season advances and we find we are long = on a pood stock of men’s and ladies' shoes, we, j = commencing next Saturday, will sell from our = entire stock for one week anything you want at ' EE _ % ^»j8|
Absolute Cost to Us j
= Just for one week.— we handle Selz’s and
= A. P. Smith & Sons, two lines of representative
Ej shoes. .
| Remember the Date, for only I ' One Week. -
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= Also remember that we are in the market’-afl the
= time (or produce of all kinds, and-you can always
= depend orr receiving the highest price possible'
= Poultry pnd we always try to caifv^ a good •
= “of Groceries, Queeniware, Notions, etc.
— Come and sec us and we will
= please you, and save you some monr
We are. your friends.
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Hough Bros. ba>» Bold^huir Block of mercbai.diss to F Wi Youie , of -S'loam SpiiugB, ■ ArkmiKAB. Mr.
Youree ai»o get* tbe Hough residence-and vtill more hi* family heie soor. Hough Bro* get- ionic la'nu nearFiloain Spring* and some residence aud rental property ill the town and will move Hon- at once.
Frank Hough, tbe manager, bope* to closeup bln business hereby the 16'h of June. Hough Bros, have built up a large trade here and have made many friends Mrs Hough will be miesed by the poor and the sick. .
Douglass Tribune May 23, 1919
Frank Hall has bought the Hough store of the new owner.
The new propietor need no introduction to the trading public as he has lived here all his life. Mr. Hall is a young man full o life and push, he is the youngest son of the late John B. Hall
Douglass Tribune June 20, 1919
GET THE HABIT
of trading at the store that tries to please you We have replenished and added to the former Hough Bros stock until we have a complete line of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND OTHER MERCHANDISE. Give us a trial and by satisfied F.C.HALL
General Merchandise Rose Hill, Kansas
Phone 39
Successor to Hough Bros.
Ad.
Douglass tribune June 27, 1919
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Housewives and Shoppers
will do well to visit our store before buy-| ing. We handle an absolutely fresh
j supply of meats! Our groceries are the
choice of Rose Hill. Our service is the = best! and above all our prices will comE pare with any store in town. For our
E prices on eggs and butter, phone 39.
| Remember That
| F. C. HALL’S is
| “The House of Service”
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Douglass Tribune
April 26,1920
Frank Hall has sold his general store, to Nr. Knott o'
Woodward, Oklahoma. Mr. Knott will put on a two weeK£"0 sale commencing Sat. Feb. 28. He seems to be a very pleas, it gentle man. He has not decided that he will continue the business very long.
Douglass Tribune Feb. 28, 1920 __________________
Mr. Frank Hall stock of goods the special sale being put on says everything must go, as he not stay here.
has been greatly reduced by by Mr. Knott. The new owner does not want to and can-
Douglass Tribune March 17, 1920
Frank C. Hall announcse that he has his meat shop established at his old stanu in the Harris building and that he will have his opening on Sat- I urday, April 11. He expects to have a first cl.^s market with plenty cl ice on hand at all times.' Come in when in town and look his fine shop over. .
Douglass Tribune April 9, 1920
W. N. Harris has made some much needed repairs to his building occupied by F. C. Hull. The store is jelled up with a nice, new, clean jtock, and it is arranged very conveniently. Mrs. Hall has few equals <£t such work, and she and dirt can’t tay in the same building.
Douglass Tribune April 26, 1920
F.C. Hall has sold the meat department and fixtures to Mr. Reheis and will now be able to devote more time to his extensive trade in his general store. He thanks his friends for their support and urges them to give Mr. Reheis their business.
Douglass Tribune June 2. 1922
Frank Hall has traded.his stock and business of general merchandise, for Wichita property on South Erie SI. He has also bought an interest in the Wichita Tiunsfci uud-Stui °'r
Santa Fe. He will devote his time to his interests there. Mr. Hall, with the help of his wife, has made good in
the mercantile business-here in*
will both be missed in social circles at Rose Hill. The incoming mans name is Meeker and has had experience in the business. The change is ! to be made in a few days.
Douglass Tribune Jan 18, 1924
The Peoples Store is malting prices that are the wonder of the age. See theft display advertisement, and call and get prices. You will receive courteous treatment, whether you buy ior not. . •-
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Douglass Tribune Feb 1. 1924
KINDLY PARTING WORD
j To people of Rose Hill and com- J munity. After having a very pleas-i ant short stay with one of the best | towns I-ever knew, my business connections, away from here, developed ;
I to where I decided to offer my Rose Hill store for sale. Mr. Lee Dennett accepted the proposition I made to
chaser.
I have admired my competitors here from the start and find that thru our invoice siege, no motive,but -to be fair and square was exhibited.
My successor is a deserving and ambitious young business man and 1 truly hope you will give him> the business and moral support you as citizens of Rose Hill should, f ' JOE BINGHAM
Douglass Tribune - ...May 2 , 1924
My accounts are at* the Rose Hill state bank and all parties owing me are notified to call-'there and make a settlement. " FRANK C. HALL
Douglass Tribune Feb 1, 19_24
Some men interested in the Peoples Store came over'Tuesday, and invoiced the remaining stock and rearranging the store. They ere adding to the stock and the store looks all fixed up. • .
Douglass Tribune March 21. 1924.
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laving purchased the Hall Store, and re-1 |'stocked it. to almost perfect com-leteness, 1 f: I invite' you to thoroughly inspect our stock I },ana .prices ana become one of our customers. §
years at Anthony, Kansas erery year doing: a# wonderful .= 3 ’business 1 leave my many close friends and come to yon for yonr E
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3;* iT.know'''thut honesty, fair prices and court eons treatment .will get s stinyonet Ms share of business, and If I do not measnre up to these ~
= requirements, I’ll surely fall at Rose HID. - H
\ , = also know that If yourare treated .right you will buy ypur mer- = gl'ehandlse lit your homo town, and well all work for the upbuilding 5 3 vof Bose Hill community, which will Increase the Taluo of our prop- =
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iS'Friday- and Saturday-Two Big Days I
I^Frlday moimlng we wilf hare several hundred dollars worth of new = - foods on the shelf and be ready to serve^ou. We.wlll sell
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ptc Any laundry soap, a bar • 5c Best Looea Wiles crackers, .lb-..: i4c Rerpure lard; lb: 1 - IKr _ - ^-mm
’’■r- - ,i - / Fine white compounds lb.... _.14c Fresh ginger snaps, lb. ..._.. lie . ISc/San Ray pancake flour 11c Resrnut oleo ’ - ..22c ' ’ * • s ' - ' 1
Rex'mtnced Kara u_„ .20c Longhorn'cheese ""s S2c \ ■: - .>§
Shield good bacon .' — 20c. 3
Oranges, a dozen .._Afr» Bananas, ‘ 2 Jbs. for' — 25c .fresh heiad • lettuce,• 2, lbs. _25c Nice crisp celery 1 :_.._.16c - ' E •• ' ■ *">’
^C^fiBDfCl rS 'YOTJB EGGS &&. -■" ■ -■ . = • . ,«v -’5 -* • V - =
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Douglass Tribune
April 1, 1924
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Everything Goes
We will pay. the highest market prices for Butter, Eggs, and Poultry all during, th s sale. Your Butter, Eggs and Poultry are the same as Caslvto us.
THE PEOPLES STORE
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Douglass Tribune 1924
BU8INESS CHANGES
■ Rose Hill has made quite -a business change. The Dennets and Jjsbn Watkins have bought, the Joe. Bingham stock of goods." They' invoiced Monday night and the new. owners took the business over Tuesday morn. They are dividing the stock, Tuesday morning and will each take his part to add to_ their present, stock.
— Andrew Rehles has takerrover the .meat market and he will control the meat business in the Mitchell "building. Mr. Bingham has made many friends during his short stay here. He .will likely.move to aoiae._m.tier town.
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Lee Dennett Store, Rose Hill State Bank and the Mitchell Barber shop
' a Delco System for lights.
Tribune 1928
have put in
Douglass April 6,
Hie Rose Hill rabbi taries seem to be prosperous, and they are sure multiplying.
Douglass Tribune May 30, 1930
The Rose Hill Rabbitry, Lee Dennett, owner and manager, is lasting good. It looks like a good investment. The are sure beauties.
Douglass Tribune
NOTICE TO PATRONS
Anticipating the wishes oi the X.
A in reducing the working hours ol ah' business, and to show their wii-Hognrsa to conform to the Adminia-tratiia in their Recovery Jplograxn. LEE E. DENNETT end GEORGE O. BANNON will dose their (.tores at (6:30 p. an, cm Tbeeday and Thursday of each week, starting Angnst 8th, 132S- O. 0l |«m%
_ Lee Deaaett,
Douglass Tribune Aug 4, 1933
It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dennett will build a fire-proof building on the site of their burned store. It is often said that the best place to look for something you have lost is where you lost it.
Douglass Tribune Feb. 1934
■ A force of men commenced to hot swey the old walls mined by the fire.
Wednesday morning.
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Douglass Tribune Feb 23, 1934

CONGRATULATIONS
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DENNETT'S
We are proud of the fine new Dennett Building, which will be open to public inspection, Saturday, May 26th. , . _
We are also proud of the confidence and the faith Mr. Lee Dennett has shown in the erection of this Jbuilding and the re-establishment of his rfiodem store.
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We feel that Mr. Dennett’s faith is well justified. Nowhere is there a Community more loyal in itself than this and we know that the people do appreciate this splendid addition to their community. .
We cordially invite you to visit our Bank on Saturday, while you are here attending the opening of the New Store.
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Douglass Tribune May 25, 1934
The "New Lee Dennett Store" built after the other one burned,
Feb.7, 1934. According to an artilce by Mina Silknitter, Lee purchased "The Stone Store " building and used the stone from it
to rebuild. __
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ROSE HILL GROCER JOSHS SERVICE SUPREME GROUP

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SHOWN above is Hie Lee Dennett Grocery at Rose Hill, owned by Lee Dennett, who recently became a member of the Service Supreme Grocers. Mr. Dennett has operated a grocery in Rose Hill for the past 15 years, and now carries lines of general merchandise. Since joining the Service Supreme group, Mr. Dennett will feature the Winfield brands of canned goods. In the insert at the left is Garvin Cox, butcher at the store, and in the insert at the right Mr. Dennett is pictured.
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Rose Hilt
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LEE DENNETT GROCERY—Rose Hill, Kansas
Compliments of
LEE DENNETT 'GROCERY
ROSE HILL. KANSAS PHONE 3902
Ad from Methodist Messenger 1940
Lee Dennett has sold his store. He has bought a business in Augusta and he with his family expect to settle there soon. NEW MERCHANT
We are told that we are to have a new merchant. Have not learned his name as yet. He is from Howard and has bought the Lee Dennett Store. He will take over about July 1
Douglass Tribune June 19, 1942
Methodist Messenger July 1942
Lee Dudgeon has purchased Lee Dennett Store. His formal opening was July 11, 1942.
Methodist Messenger July, 1942
Groceries, Meats
and
General
Merchandise
We Euy Eggs, Cream and Poultry
LEE DUDGEON
Rose Hill, Kansas
Ad Methodist Messenger July 24, 1942
Lee Dudgeon has sold his store in Rose Hill to Virgil Swindell who will take possession early in the new year. Mr. Dudgeon has made many friends and we wish Mr. Swindell success.
Methodist Church Messenger Jan 1943 Vol 3, No. 3
Having £ Id *our stock of merchandise to Virgil Swindell who will serve you at ,he same old stand, We are sure Mr. Swindell can and _ will serve yov better.
V/e take this opportunity, of thanking you for the liberal patronage given, this store during our stay here. -Wishing all our friends and customers the best to be had in many years to come.
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. The Dudgeons leave with the respect and best wishes of the community. May they drop in occasionally and meet their many friends.
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5‘’. \ Havin ; bought the Dudgeon store in Rose Kill, I hope to be
able to offer the public as good a line of goods as is possible *- uiider war conditions. We shall appreciate your business and v/e will try tc render satisfactory service at reasonable prices.
Virgil Swindell
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Mr. Swindell was reared in this community and has many realtives and friends here. Some Rose.Hill people realize a good grocery store is- a great ass ;t to the communityand they alsc realize that the store must have our patronage if we continue to have one.Mr. Swindell seems to be a good business man and v/e with many others are wishing him success. We hope the Swindell family enjoy their association with the people here.
from Methodist Messenger Feb. 1943
HACK TO CUTTINGuMEAT J AT THE AGE OF 83 YEARS S
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Andrew Reheis,: 83 years young-, is back at meat cutting again. •
- He is laboring- over the choice cuts ait th^Virgil Dagei store in-Rdae-HHi —-the better, he says, to helpin the1 war effort;
Mias.-Nelda JearuCarr is a regular employee, at,the Swindell, store.
I feel this should be Virgil Swindell instead of Virgil Dagei
We Repair All Makes Of SEWING MACHINES Washers — Vacuum Cleaners
USED MACHINES FOR SALE Some Good Treadle and Electric Machines
Singers and Others Vacuuimi Cleaners Washing Machines
VIRGIL SWINDELL ‘ Rose Hill
Douglass Tribune Feb. 1943
Douglass Tribune May 22, 1943
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SEWING MACHINES - Washers — Yaetnun Cl* Men N
USED MACHINES FOR SALE Some Good Treadle aid Electric . Machines ' ‘ -
„ Virgil Swindell. Abe mv ciwuss of the grocery store fc» Bom Hill. wKl have some other business besides Us sXotsl . . ■
He handles and repairs sawing ma- chines racoon cleaners and washing machines.
Douglass Tribune He is advertising both his boslnas-
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Singers ~aod Others Vacuoro Cleaners. Washing Machines
VIBGIL SWINDELL
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the Dudgeon Grocery and
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STORE CHANGES HANDS
Rose Hill again has a new store keeper. Mr and Mrs Lee Bradbury have bought and taken over the Swindell store. We welcome them and hope they will soon be located jn our town.
Douglass Tribune Nov 2, 1944
Dayle Sliowalter Has New Variety Store Open In Rose Hill
Shx>waiter’s Variety Store. is the latest business .in Rose Hill, opened a few days ngo' by Dayle Showaltei*, returned' veteran;
Dayle has his store in the old Lee. Bradbury store building', south! of the hank. He has ,a good stock..aindi will add to it as supplies are available.
He invites all to call and get acquainted with the new store.
Douglass Tribune
May 23, 1946
NOTICE
I have opened my variety store in Rose Hill arid 'will appreciate your patronage. / ■■ • yf.-'
We have a fair supply of stock now and will get.-more when available. ■ ' .' ■’
We have a good supply of Pyrex ware, dishes'arid 1
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES ALUMINUM WARE'
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Douglass Tribune
May 23, 1946
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XOVEMBE 22 and !
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RAZOR BLADES
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Razor Blades,.regular 10c, for 5c
Marlin Blades, 18 for.............22c
50 Berkley Blades and $2.00
Cigarette Lighter ............ $1.00
Pal-Gillette Thin-Gem, Reg 10c, .. 8c
10 Percent Off All Shaving Cream

MTSCEULANOtiS -BARCAINS
h Heavy Alum.’ Chicken Fryers,
regular $4.45, for...„ $3.98
Heavy Alum. Grid ':e reg 3.98 . $3.69 Heavy cast Aluminum Chicken Fryer,'heavy lid, reg $5.98 (2 only) ........... $4.98
10 Percent Off All DRUG ITEMS FOR wm, AND BOYS
Men’s Winter Caps, reg. 89c......79c
Men’s Winter Caps, reg. 98c, ...... 89c
Men’s Pants, CPA price $3.84,.. $2.98 Boys’ Pants, OPA price $1.85, ..$1.19 Men’s and Boys’ T-Shirts
regular $1.19, for 98c
Boys’ Short Sleeve'T-Shirts
regular 89c, for......... 79c
Boys’ Sweaters from .. $1.49 to $2.98 Men’s Leather Gloves, reg $1.25;. $1 Men’s and Boys Leather Belts , regular $1.50, for $1.39
Men’s and Boys Leather Belts ■ regular $L00 for .............. 89c
Boys’ Mittens, reg. $1.19 pr, for $1.00
Men’s 'Sox, pair, from....25c to 49c
Men’s Zelan Cloth Rayon lined
Jacket, size 38, reg $9.50, . $6.98
Electric E Z Flip '. 'caster,
regular $6.5 1 ......... $3.98
Electric Toasters, reg 3.98, .... $3.49 Alum. Bun Warmer,-reg 2.65 .. $2.39 Alum Large Collar-der, reg 98c .l. 79c Juice-O-Mat Fruit Juicer '
. regular $4.89 for..... $3.98 :
Water Glasses, re-'* 2 for 15c, Each, 5c 12 Ounce Water-Glasses
regular ise. Two for........15c
36 oz Pitcher and 3 Glasses
../I regular 79c, for......... 69c
; Berry .Sets, regular, 45c, for ...... 39c ,
Plastic Salt and I' pper Set
. regular 50c, for..........39c
Glass Salt and Peppers Shakers, pr 7c
Stainless Steel Tableware, plush
lined chest, reg 17.98, .. $15.95
Cheaper Set, reg. $12, for .. $9.95
35-pc Chinaware Set, reg 10.98, $8.49
These Are Sou of Our Bargains
FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS
See Us First At ways for Savings /
Girls’ Plaid Skirts, reg 2.98,.... $1.89 Girls’ Corduroy Skirts, sizes 4-12, Blue, Brown, reg. $1.95, .... $1.00 Children’s “Fruit of Loom”
Panties.........—..........59c
Women’s Brief Pants, reg 1.19, .. $1 Women’s XX and XXX pants
regular $1.59, for..... $1.39
Women’s Print. Dresses, reg.
$1.95 -for ........i....:. $1.49
Girls’ Print Dresses reg $1.65 . $1.19 Anklets, pair .......... 10c to 39c
Come in and Buy your Xmas Needsy
Wrap Paper, Gift Ties, Seals, Tags’
Prizes! PI: ZES! Prizes!
A ticket with each $1.09 purchase Prizes given at 9 p. m. Saturday
First Prize . .....$5.00 in Trade
2nd Prize pair Nylons ami $1 in trade 3rd Prize..........:... $1,00 in Trade
GRAND PRIZE - GIANT B-29 X
WESTERN AUTO STORE FOR ROSE HILL NOW
A E McElhiney is a busy man these (days, preparing for the opening of a Western Auto Associate store for Rose Hill soon after Tan J. It will be in the building south of the Rose Hill Bank.
Mr McElhiney is putting up ^helving and getting the building ready for the receipt of goods. He' hopes to open by January 2.
December 1957
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For Moorman’s Self Feeding Range Protein Blocks
or any Moorman Vitamin, Mineral or Protein product of Parasite Control product See—
Avery E. McElhiney
or Call or Write .
MCS DISTRIBUTING CO.
Rose Hill, Kansas
January 1958
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We have an All-Purpose
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.... Rental Sprayer
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Available for you to use for
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FIELDS - PASTURES - LIVESTOCK
Also a Complete Stock of
Insecticides

For Weeds — Pests — Livestock Parasites If you have your Own Sprayer
Mc's Distributing Co.
Western Auto Associate Store Phone SP 6-2191 Rose Hill, Kansas
We Have the Best Tire Deal in This Part of the Country
Mc’s Distributing Co.
Western Auto .Associate Store Moorman’s Feed Supplements Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McElhiuey Rose Hill, Kansas
December 1958
1959
SHOWALTER’S
•‘VARIETY”
STORE
Cafe—Fountain Sundries ^
Open every night and Sunday. Stop in—we are glad to serve you.
DAYLE SRQWALTER Phone 39
Rpse.Hill^ Kansas
Douglass Tribune Aug. 28, 1947
AUSTIN CHANCE OPENS UP CAFE IN ROSE HILL
Austin Chance has opened up the old I Dayle’s Cafe in Rose Hill and is doing business there in eats and recreation.
Jim Hedges closed the other cafe recently.
Douglass Tribune Aug. 28, 1952
BABE’S CAFE
At Rose Hill, Kansas First door south of bank Big Meal for Little Money
Laura Lemmons, Mgr.
Douglass Tribune March 4, 1954