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That wo liavo tho best quality, prettiest
patterns and largest assortment of Summer
Goods in the city.
See our line o.f Ginghams just tho goods for
Mens' Shirt Waists,
now the fad.
Dimites, Batistes, Swiss, Organdies, any
thing you want in Wash Goods.
Call and see us.
. K. ROYCE.
The Store that Never Misrepresents.
The Store that sis the Pace and Does the Business,
rim- tdiowers Monday.
Mr. Kate Adam i vifitlnn her
brother W. II. r.urs;vreT in Nevada.
Ainonir those that attended the
idiuin Imttle at Nevada Thursday
vrcjr Win. Knt'. I'.iirinTMT.
i,nl Vn rik ii SfViifi-r mid Kum I
For the Intent fad in the dress line
ask Mi.s lx tia IV!!.
Mis Anna onie-ll. w ho ha lieen
tlu jjucst if Mi Mary Jnckon. nv
turned to her .Imiiie in ltu-Ii Hill
Miss Mary Jackson was in Well
1 J ill Monday.
Mr. 1'. A. Kntifmrui. who was vi
itinir her son L. A. Kaufman nd
wife, of Kansas City, limed home
Wonder if Johnny lias leiirned how
to Hinr Sweet Mary ui '.'
Some of our fanner think that
they will. ir.-t nlumt 1 bushel of corn.
" luhel of eoi: ::d M limdieis f.f
staiks to themiv this year.
Chas. Pollard disappeared from
heiv last Saturday. . lie left on foot
. jfoipi? to Ki.hllill with .vi In his
pocket and the last heard of hi in he
will in liieh Hill dr'utkinic with ome
other men and making n display of
hi money. He always was looked
Tijvoii s 4i solar industrious man
iliw fondly would ! jjrently pleased
to hear any information as to his
Kiinw say i( he . rant net Luell,
Jamord will do.
Wonder when Win. Itaps will g:i
to Nevada i.sia.
I'iSZ sold for -i' a doen lu Prairie
City mid 4c a dozen !n this bury: last
week. Now talk about t he old hen.
tiood r'fn'.- hiiiu: siiowers aivfallin
ja-etty generally over the country.
The fanners in our neighborhood
have bei'ii waiting w ith Iriuds on
the plow hnnd'e for the opportunity
to plant and sow fall crops. No'v Is
the time to do it, cow pens, or
Khum. mj'.let, rye ami urnips makes
splendid eow fis-d ami can yet ls
raised abundantly wit !i seasonable
w eather from now on.
A iiiiinlxT of our peojilean- xmnn;
to att'iid the old soldiers reunion at
Nevada August 12 to 17.
Mr. Ioi.i.ij'd HenaiiiJIhas returii
ed home on a short vai atiou and to
vNIt his parents,
We womh r w hy "Johnny" don't
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
KATV CIlflIB GARS
OPERATED DV THC COMfVNY
'" ' . - " - 'i
v .. Jjf
conic over nrty more?
OlUfs It ha"
been too dry and hot.
lescriiK' nail t r c tin nee to nee
some new'whent threshed nfew day
eiro. I never saw ln-tter quality of
frrniii, very heavy and splendid
A. J. Johnston was out west last
week with aloud of cheese. Ho re
ports it very dry and svnter verv
scarce but cheese market very pood.
The annual picnie at' Fair Haven
Springs, Aupuat 7-10, bid fair to ex-
cell nil picnics pivenat that place
with a jjtoJ program for each day. 1 -
Mrs. Joe Suinmy, formerly of this
plaee, but now of Illinois, Is visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs, T. F. Ilor
buckle. Mr. and Mrs'. J. W. Sunderwirth
of Koekvllle, were vYsitinp parents
With Senator Jones deserting ISry
an, and Stone slde-steppins the free
silver quest ion, it liegln to look like
the free silver jieople are doomed to
take a back sent forever."
Fred llollwec took in the sham
battle at Nevada Thursday. He re
ported a Jolly time.
Mr. and Mre. Hombnckle are vis
iting Mrs. II. b parents at Nevada.
J. W. Sunderwirth made a busi
ness trip to Itockvllle Monday after
noon. A refreshing rain fell here Monday
evening which was welcomed by ail.
Dowt Be Fooledi
Tako til genuine, original
HOCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Med anly by MedUan Medi
cine C.. MediMHi, Hli. It
keep yam well. Our trade
mark cot an each package.
Price, j cent. Never told
in balk. Accent a eubeU
KHwutniMi tate. Ask Jur draggiet.
Farmert are rejoh-injjr and very
thankful for the raJns the past few
days. Hope it Is a fjeneral rain and
all drouf h sufferers liave had rain.
Prof. Kobiuson ind family visited
in FostT from (Saturday until Mon.
I. V. Lynch, of Peace- Valley,
Howell county. Ava In Keith and
Ilea v ley Saturday and Sunday.
Pete reports a nnepl?l baby at his
Quite n nuiiilM-r of our jteople ox
srt to pjim the excursion to Ne
vada Wednesday. We are bavin;; n
siev of malaria and will have to
stay at home and taki our iiuinlue.
IM Slater ami famllj- iundayed at
Wonder w here VZ. II. is? A certain
.voting lady win around hunting
company to rd to Nevada Wednes
day, I'arineiM are sow fn Ka.'lir -orn.
tnrulpM. millet and augo beaiis for
r ill r-ed.
Ivll!oroii writes home from Ok
li.homa that he Is liavinx a line, time
vli'w ln; the eonntry and he Ii ' sure
et a claim. I'verj ImhIv evj t'"ta
P.os-the hot Weather Is over Jor
' I'. Is summer,
The fanner are all rejoli un over
the line jju M vuuu. ,M4,ulay
T. K. WIlliitKiH a)i!ia a ear Jivid
of lio Monday night.
M'm. Ir.i, of Nevada, wu on nr
htirti Tn ewday.
The ft Neott tiraiii t o, liatve
eompletw .1 a larger hotine liU Ii: U
hx ated on the Kile of tlief l f kvv
that wit u liurned lat fall.
ieo. Khdddrlek left laat Moimlay
for ("il orado where he exii't to
"'ay ur til winter.
Minn! LI I lie liaxe entertained a iiuiii
Imt of her frieiulH Holiday evonln.
lee ere mu and euke wan wrvt-d audit
J'lll.v n ,,d lime wait had liv all.
Unit e a iiuinlier of our yoiiiiu folkn
attein the eueauiiiieiit at Neada
hiMt v ,'evk and ri-nort the ahuin liat-
tie ex, i Unit.
Win. Hiidsons resldeiiee was s) ruck
by liuht liiiiur one day last w eek, die
Inf coiiHlderable tlniiume.
Itev. llv.K" "f Sprnji'ie, Mas In
lr. .1. T. Ilornlwick Is completing
Ills oltlce this week.
I hie of our largest hotel! vacant.
I. K, Chailes liavlnu moved to
Klilnehnrt lat eck w here he I run
ning the post o!!lcc mid il grocery
Not w itlistandliitf the ruin Sunday i
iiioinlnit liev. P.lnylock ami wife1
droie to I akw ood, w here he p'rvaeh-1
edhls regular appointment, driving .
nu n few miles he preached a funeral
sermon; then coming back home lie
went three mile south of Met to
marry a couple and partook of a
very llnesupier. then he returned to
Metis and took a very active part In
the Christ Inn l'ndeavor. In all lie
drove a distnnec of .'SO miles.
James ilark, superintendent of
county bridges, oi Nevada, was in
our city Monday.
The iiieuiliers of the Christian
church pave their pastor a surprise
pound social one eveninir last week.
They took .all kinds of articles from
a cake .of soap to a sack of flour.
For onee In Ids life P.ro Pdnylock
couldn't think of anything to say.'
Mlses Laura Alien ami Nellie Mc-Kfhlienwi-re
the quests of Miss Carrie
Jones Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Self lias returned homeafter a
loiij visit to friends and relatives in
the northern part 'of 'the state.
Miss Nanne Ibireinj; Is on the sick
list this week.
Chas. linker visited with the fam
ily of N. A. Uitchie last week.
Julius Sunderwirih and family
visited in Appleton City Sunday.
Koekvllle now has a new pajHT.
We hie it has i-ome to stay.
ii. P, Coekern. of Ft. Seott, was in
our city last Thursday.
The tine rain we h,-id makes every
thbisr look brighter ami the farmers
an-liusy K''tti'iK ready to raise late
F. C. Kobiuson came down from
Appleton Ci'y Monday and s nt a
short time in our city.
Miss Maude Cliainls-rs. if Nevada,
is visiting her grandmother Mrs. C
Kobt. Mendette made a business
trip to Conley Springs the last of he
We mi that soiii' of our Appleton
City frieiiiis wen; anions the lucky
ones to draw claims in the F.I Kello
Mrs. tiroshart's sisters, the Misses
Staley, of I'rii-h, are isitins here.
The social jjven by tl.ii- Juulor
lieaue Tuesday nisht at the par
sonage was w ell nt tended. The pro
of eds lieillK ?s.C"i.
Thos' from hen- v ho attended the
sham battle at Nevada wore Dr.
(iroshart and wife, John Kvans and
w ife, Mr. Snively and wife, Mr. Coff
A Sure l'reventlve.
It Im lietler to pivrent eoiixiunition
t It ii ti to nfterwurd.- In' looklni; fur n
cure. Many nixn iHi-ome ineuralile
hilill'ly Ihi-hum' mi lon lietileeted.
When .i'oil ti rut en tell eold. when you
first li tc'sn toeouyrh. make haste to
iiw MexWnn .vrup. It inny nave
your life, for it !iii proven n quick
iind never fnilins uti for nme nnd
Jrritnied Iiiiim, tiekliu in tliethrotit
etc., refiillina: from a void n'-cidently
tnken. Ir l only I'.l e. ntn liottle
llllil irisold lit dril HtoreM.
TIllH IH Itiutlt.
There N one p mil thiiu; llliollt
Mother'rt Worm Syrup, mid that In.
It will never do anyone a lilt of harm
(Oiotild It fall to do liliu K'od. It i
a lhiiiI Idea to trv thin renieily If
you feel lad anil don't e.Mietly know
what nilM.vou. TlteiH' may l a tap
worm a hundred feet Ion;; that In
mucins your Ioh of health. If mo a
.'."i eilit liottle of Mollier'H Wolltl
I Syriip will kill ami remove It from
v our )h dy.
A lU-Mul.le l aiully 1111
A Mexiean lioot 111 taken w hen
oil lienlll to fill I.HIouh. or when
.lour lioweU fall to liiuNeiiM they
Iiiii:Ii.' iii.i.v uai'ii off a lou iell of
llnii xM. (li t j: L'.'itetit liottle.
I'aln niakea l ite Hurden.
Iliitwroii to lei llnw jiiii love
iifn-r oalii or lie hi pain yourself.
when inn. !iV(J ilri. I'.ellef only eontn
'." eeiitu a liottle. I 'a "at. etire fir
A Modern MUacle
liooeh'H haivaparlll i entera
and ihaiiea tin
;,i f .1
1. !..... I l.n'L tier kiillli'.i.llt n.,1 i iriiiiu. !
ilea to i.i!. ke It pure. Then tliepniei -phe aiijiply of turnip, miil.'t ami
la ood. clivulat in wilii healt hf ill lie- ; ory limn am -In were exhaul'l la
tlv.'ty. MTiiieate i-M-r.v 111. iv of tlcdi I u '" h. k Monday nionilie.t.
anil iHiorea la tter hti. iixlli and bet- N arl every farm, r lu tht vii lull v
... , .,1 111 moIV olia kiln. Iif eed tor
ter f.s!llii,- tin M I V part, completely , rulu;,M,.K
euMiUoie-aiid palii. j ,,;llti,.. ,,., ,,. !.,,,
Ille -Iiim ( nrcf. Pilea i laiida ha ve Ins 11 lii'lnuliii; In n imh! 1114
Moiii'.v rcliiiidi d If II hit laiU,
Aiil .V'5"e i un a i hllli and fecr.
mail and wife, M-:"sc J'.rka PiiIim ,
tii-aei; UoiiIiHm. Kstelle Kltehle.
ll-iii ',!i'idslia w, Messrs. Tom Kics,
j Priie, Pennl, k and liitchle.
j Mi s, i:ii'j'rli.r: as Imk-ii quite slek
I i lie past wii'k but Is iioine W ter.
Allure looking forward friable
time nt Conle.f the 71 h and th. The
l T. I,, and several of our yoiniij
ladles will enter la t he exert I so on
--L. J'. S:i(.kclt, the sewinjj ma
chine in .in. was in the city yes
terJay. Miss llattie Grali;un has re
turned lroin her visit to Pittsburg,
J. II. Knfitpker, owner ol the
TalniaRe House, wan in the city
yesterday, looking atur property
The beauty thief has come to
l'iih! ou. drive the pimples and
lilickhcadi away ;
Do this: t'on't look like a fright;
lake Kociv i Mountain Tea to
night. .Ysk yout druggist.
Carl Gench and wile,-will
leave to-day for Coloratlo, where
they wiil spend a month or mote.
Con McGinnis' little son, John
Willis, is reported much improved
and in a fair way toward entire re
Miss Mattie Johannes left to
day for New Vork city and other
eastern points. She will be joined
at Rich Hill by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. . M. Johannes, who will
make the trip with her. Nevada
BEST FOR THE
If rpti invrn t a rrcnlAr, hitby WfTeas'iit of lb
frrft v 17 d i. j'-u r yi or will b. Ksp yonr
kor-if tijM-ii. an-! 1 pfll. r r. In lh rA of io
rit (ibMC vr ill noit, l dtnprroui, " - smo1h
?t. atrt. mt tscri"-t at k.viia t botf
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Net i r xnirn, t rak n, r K r i ( . I, fi n1 M rtoll
Lrt rvoi. Writ tvr irr tvauuclv, ftttil t-krl
tikku) KkUKitT rorArv, ckm IW r fttw TOSK.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
We sunet that ilro. Allen of
the 1'imts, and Ilro. Wiseman cf
he Unterprie, read the daily Dem
ocrat and t he daily tteiew, and
get pusied on a Democratic view
cf the court house s-piabblc. Al
ready the matter is threatened
with court proceedings, and hen
it gets into court, good Lord have
mercy on the people. From the
prestnt outlook the wl.ule thing
seems to be going Democratic.
The north mid Miuth nldea played
another rimeof hall Tue-ida3-, Time
was tailed at the end of the tlftll
iimii. The noiilli hide wah toi'.
(ieo, 1 In will niuHi. II. Askew em h
drew a rial in nt tl K'lilnp. Their
many friemU eonuratulate theiu on
their K""d lin k.
Jchn' Norman f near Merw In, haa
iiiuM'd to .Vdiiiiii and u ill run a void
and wood yard.
Mi Jennie It'nite, m haa Im-,mi
vIkIIIiik her lhter. Mrn. II. '. toer,
lur lln' .il-l tvo liiolitliM, le t Tiii-n
day f-r her ti mu- at Went uion-iand
I lie 1 rilanie eiliturial pae an a
hummer laM ivn k.
Tin- removal of the nmlolHee to
the Hoover IiiiIIiIIIik inakert It Inoiv
eoniuioilioiirf f r the oltiee.
lielt Newfoiuh Ik i 1 1 i I i I I awnll.
Inu that telegram from I.I Ceim.
Adraln iMtheiMft town on the I,.
ii S. r ad to ! HI V j;roei l ien,
t'lia.i. I'aleuiau'M I raetioii aiolim
eliulue, 1 1 1 1 li at the . i lia n Ii uinl ry
l dolim hue vtoik in the Knie-.i-i
I heat lleldH.
I The lain .Sunday wet the ground
lull dejit h if lour hull'-,
The Adrian hall i lull went no r I
lAltoiia with a eiliiled teum and
W oil a vletoiy to the time of II In I
i I'ol. I'ill M i Mi ii ni and t'oimlalile
j J tin Alible, I'.iitlel'H m or I iopular
poliiieiaiiM, Weie ilreuhl I In, Willi
; Adrian jM-ople Monday. oine uaiii
j lioya, we have plenty of ice yet,
1 1 llllil ! lll I IH , 'I I lie IIIIHM 1H
. 1 i .... iifti. , . .1 . 1...
1 -i.i.l 1 1 v, ., -...lililil- .lie I....L In
' I'lil'a. 'riie I t IIH
; liall III the hot nil.
Ioii; a a num
The Biggest and Best
Have in stock and in transit
Six Gar Loads of
A d A Si T-
5 waxs, vjorn, joran, snorts, jL,ow U-rado
0, Flour, Com Chop, Chopped Wheat, i
Corn and Oat Chop, and baled Timo
thy and Blue Stem Hay. Also Turnip
Seed and Rye for Fall Sowing.
We are making the prices on the above poods as reaon
able as possible and will in ton lots on a very ctoc margin.
If you would buy your Iced Cheapest figure w ith the
Now is tiis tima to bny yonr Winters Supply cf Flour.
Dry Weather Sal
Ladies and Misses
lit A, I-adie oxford and oer.'i
i.liH'in. former prlee oe to f .. dry
w eather prtiv one.
Lot It. l.adie oxforiU and oieiii
unpiN'ru. lormer l lee ?i hi:.i,
drv W'-nther lulee Til'.
l.ot ('. Ijldlea oxforiU and or.'l
rIIppera. former prlee ?1..V to .,
dry weather prlee 11.
AtX II. Ildie oxfordx. foriuel price
i,-.'."i, dry weather price Ij ."iO
.ot I".. Ijidiea oxford", former price
f:, dry weather prlee
1itt A. l.adlea t.hiaa hIxi'h
former pi-iee dry
w eat her
l.ot 1'. Iidlea hIioih, mI.i'h .'I to . form
er mice I.."i, dry weather price
All Misses and Childrtns Oxfords and Slippers one- half price
Ladle tshlrt Walata
IteuardlenM of their former valuei.
. i . . i . i. . i ... i ... . ....
we na ii 1'iaci 'i i.ie ii-nifoiiuei iii our i
ladle fhlrt WliUt In the thiii'tol -
lowlnu lot -,e, ftOc, Toe.
laid let I.lnen Mtlrta.
7'n' value .Vic
No Mure lint tona.
A clergyman' wife was men
clothes for lur lu)s whin one n
her lady neighbor called in to hue!
a fliendly chat. It was m.t long ! t
furrf the visitor's t)v was utti.utcd
by a l.upe basket moie
If an Imlf!
tilled with buttons
began to turn them ovt i, and Mid-
denlv exclaimed :
"Here me two buttons exactly
the Mime those my husband had
on his l.i winter suit. I should
know them anywhere."
'Indeed,' said the clergyman'
w ife. ipiietly, "I am sutprised to
hear it. A nil these buttons were
found in the collection buj, I tho't
I might n well put them to s .ic
II kC. "
Hcfoie he had fiuUhtd speaking
the visitor hastily arose 11ml said she
nniht be going.
The bioiy soon goi about and
siuie then 110 button hive been
found in t tie co'Ji'ttiou bag. ),,
ril . a . .
Shoes and Oxfords;
: l.ot r. ladi.
die to H,
to t. ,rv
' fni hut prlet
! w eat her prlee ...
! ft n,l L'
, i llt i i ...u.. .i.
loimer pi li e 1,, ,rv
eatlier price i
l.ot P.. l.adliM hIiim-; al .1 Hnd :tt
foriai'r price ,iv weadier
I."t 1". Ml-in'i shia-w aim-.I to 2 fintl
er price v to 1.-.-., drv weather
t'ri,', : ooc.
I .lit li. MUwk alio-M. xlie pi t0 2
foriiivr price ..:'.-, to $l.4:, drv
w eat her Jrlee 05.
Lot II. Mi-M-n ahiH-M. hUe Ktj to 1,
forini r price dry weather prii
. . ...
I1UIJ1H J 9,
l ami j: value. .
" and I.T"i valu
i 1 - " - -.
itoja Linen huita.
'ini- value .
If I Willie
alue ' "'
MUaoiirl IVellle i;eiirln
. Coiifnleiate vcteian, Spring.
! ttvld, Mo., August 7 to 12. One
'are round trip.
Colorado and 1,'tih excursions,
August 1 to 10. Denver. Colorado
Springs and 1'ut b!(, $,6 round
'r'p, final leturn limit October 31
j Other Colorado and l?tah exctir
sion rates n effect as publikhcd.
To Colorado iind I'tah, June 18
,V'i and Julv 10 to August 3 1 t.
One i.iie plus $i for round trip,
telurn limit October ,vt.
'.'olorado and t'tah, July 1 to 9,
and Sept. 1 to 10. 1'ueblo, Colo-
ado Springs and Denver, $16 for
round nip. (jlenwood bprings,
$- f..r lotiml tiip. Salt Lake and
V1''11. $3' f"r round t Jp. Final
letui 11 limit Ot t. i.
To Si. lil aid Muuu-apolis,
July I to y uud Sept. 1 l0 JOi
$I J 75 luund hip. Krluiii limit
I' A- Umi BY, Ae,t, ,