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IW. C T. U.
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nciriBDEII GROGER GO.
RICH HILL, MO.
TEL. NO. 42.
at 7 Sc.
These gentle April showers are a re
minder that an umbrella is a Rood thing
to have around, and we desire to call
your attention to our handsome and
servicable silk umbrellas, in blacks,
greens, browns, reds and blues, which
not only erve as a protection from the
rain but also the sweltering hot rays of
the sun later on.
.lames Shumate nn) v.ifn visited at
Uiultt !U NVats Sm.da. v".
Alsi Tourtlllott I Mijoylnsc solid
comfort !n a new buggy these days.
Sain Foster of the Nyhan m '1 li -borhood
ffM calling ou Sholio coal
Jist Mandi wh calling on his
brother Jolm, Friday,
Rachel Wilson Visited her sisters
In ItiiU U!)l, Friday nnd Saturday.
Mrs. Smith, who wits no badly
burned seven weeks ngo, died Sun
day and will burled Monday.
Walter Wheatley hn moved IiIh
tltfllltt,, fOltll I 111. Plirlof 11111, ll
Mr. Rail, of Kansas. City, has mov
ed onto th Wolf rnnrh.
Mrs, Englemnn dined with Mrs.
James Shumate. Friday.
Morris Clifford and wife hnve re
turned from their trip to SenUle,
Will and fioy Grnres are vIhIUiik
the old folks at home."
People who paimod alonf? the road
Itetween lU'avley and 8ho!e Monday
mornlns thought then? had been a
plight ehowrr of rain, but Tom Kl-
gln nald the moisture wns fiuimd ly
tear wlied by lieu, and Harry and
Jim on their way to Sholte to find
out what that Tine tmsriry rldinij
meant Sunday evening.
Mr. Jones In on our pick lint this
Jerry C'ulborteon, of Harrifonvi'le,
ww a tuwlue caller at JShuU-iSttl-urday.
Mru CamplK'H and daughter, were
vUltons at the home of Hud 8ciith'n
Curly Price's emiling face In wen
once more In our ruldMt Curly hits
jutst returned from a trio to Wrndi.
M K (tie and Hattle riiNrnnd
Metwra. rhllbriek. Charlie Wilkinson
and John Jennings of lUch Hill, v lo
tted at the GrlggH home Sisnlay. Al
ho Mi Hues Ilea. Tilrtou and llauuah
Willis and Meters. Uob M'Cown and
t r u.. i..
'I'lli Supel InieniliMit of M Petart-tm-m
u ivkokIIiIi for all tlilun
luwrted In litM e iliii'in
Our Mi'iin: l'oriiod, ilouie.uud
nlcllw oi-ii: Ai;lti(e, I'.iliicntt'
and Kiev a I iv
I'ndiiv; A knot d Whit tllhlion.
Our I nloii meet" on Friday before
the I'nd ii lid Itli .SiiinlHy la eiull
nioul li at '1 ll'l'lork v m.
..a (. ii
Ladies' 26-in. steel rod. paragon
frames, black silk carolla umbrella,
with princess and congo handle,
Ladies' 36-in. paragon frame, black
and colored silk umbrellas, with
"box wood, carved arabian and
pearl silver trimmed handles,
Ladies' 26 in. steel rod, paragon
frame, case and tassel, black and
colored silk umbrellas, natural
wood and pearl silver - trimmed
Ladies' 26-ia steel rod, paragon
frame, case and tassel, black and
colored silk umbrellas, natural
wood and pearl silver trimmed han
Also ladies' black twilled
brellaa at 50c and
H. V. GEIGER,
SICf ISSOR TO W, II. IlStilR & COMPANY.
You should visit our store when you
COME TO TOWN
And wc." H ihow you that we appreciate your visit. We
wiVt W glad to put o jr time against yours showing you,
and making you piicts that will cause you to think. We
are head quarters for h.gh grade flour, coffee, tea and can
ned goods, and you can make 110 mistake by calling on ui
and petting cur prices. We liave only one price, and we
count nothing well sold unlen it gives perfect satisfaction.
Thanking you tor past favor) .and soliciting your future
business, I remain, KeapeiltfuJIy Yours,
L. O. L. P.
The following Items were nvelvetl
from our Iteavley correspondent last
5Ir. Wm. Robertson In njx'inliiiir a
few daya with her friend. Mrs. Jim
brown, In Rich HilL
Wm. Louder and wife viKtted Mr.
Loader's parent at New House,
Sunday. They report the old folk
Orandma Richards Is the first
one to hare young cbickenm thm
Tom Willia and Jay Piper Bjn nt
Sunday at Mr. WillU'.
Miss Delia Smith and Robert An
bury, of the Hill, Suudayed at the
home of Mr. J one, our affable powt-niater.
C. E. Wheatley and wife are enter
taining their courfin, MU Ethel
Wheatk-y, of Duller, this wivk.
Jake tngleman oihtiuhI the uoors
of his lieautiful home and gave a
party In honor of MUs Anna Medley,
Judge March Bpent Sunday visltiug
relatives at Faln lew.
lien Davis left overland for St.
Oalr conuty. Monday.
Among the sufferers from niumps
this week are Miaxes Mable Willis,
Lucy Davis and little Hotel Smith.
Dare Reese has leaned the coal land
on the Culbertaon ranch, now owned
by Hen Davis, and is preparing to
make things hum.
We were pleased to m our talent
ed correspondent, "Sunshine, of
KWth, at the sehool rtinner Friday.
Those beautiful iihlps bo greatly
admired Friday ou the blaekkoards
lu I'rof. Horron'B room wetv the
work of Wm. Roberts, who Is a
The tuueh "looked forward to"
last day of school Is a thing of the
lat. A more fining !ay could not
Wili!rrd. The dinner wa appetl
ting and tountlfuL The program
wiui unusually Interesting and nient
ly I'liJiiytHl by all, especially the illa
logues. Good iuiihIc was a leading
feature of the entertainment, Jake
F.iiKleiuan and C. E. Wheatly kindly
nnd ably assisting. The flint pilti-,
i-'i lu gold, was won by Ivn liynu to j
the entire atlnfutlon of all. T!l
price was offered for ln-st work done
during term. iUnutlful books were
glveu as prltes to the following little
Indies aud K'ntU-men: MU Nellie
Wlilts, it), Mable WI1IU. Minnie
.Standring, Margin Slu-a, Kuuiui
ltis-se, Ethel Cole, Auule Flntk-,
tiohlle Wheatley, Etta Flutle and
iiiuiiel Wllaou, and M.-ttt-rs EMie
Sliea. Dow Short, Davie Ri-es uud
Jlmmle Wbeatk'y. The pupils In re
turn showed their love and nppreck
atlon of their teachers by pn-seutliig
a beautiful collar and cuff boi to
l'rof. I'.orron, and an elegant gold
pen to MUs l.oina tiliggs. Among
those who were prewut, not from
our Immediate nelghboruocid, wetv
Madame Clark aud l't k. of RU ll
1 1 til. aud Misses l'.elle Cat on, Nnnnle
Neat, Llls aud Emma King, of
Kieth, llertha and Eflie Solt and
Anna Medley, of Carbon Center, and
Ml-s Lluule Sharp and IJzzle Job
son, of RUU Hill. The eutlre crowd
were liberally treated to candy.
Tills loenl onion has enrolled 31
niefnliers, bulndlitg afismlate nl
hoiionuy mi inbeis. We anj proud
to st nti that we have seven honor
nry inemlters. We I lilnk that tneuns
mow for a union miu can at
first imagine, ns It certainly proves
that the women are not striving en
tlrely nl.ine, 1 lint tlnv have the ap
proval of a poi lUm of the men while
fighting under a pnrw white, banner
wiili the worst of all evil Intemper
As I elated lefon that the tem
peranee work lld not advance as U
should, that certainly Is true, but
can we imagine that tliere are 51
different count ries which are working
In this noble cause, under the organ.
! i?d efforts of the W. C. T. U., nnui
!ly: Cnlted States. tJnat Britain,
I New South Wale. Canada, New Zea
land, Queensland, Victoria, South
Australia, Tasmania, Rulgatia, Ja
pan, China, Si.un, Strait Si'ttiements
Rurina, India, Cnie Colony, Mnda-
gasear, France. lVnnmrk, Chile, Na-
jtaLaud rtiany otlwrs tK nuiaerous
I to nt'Ution. which compose our
Worlds Woman's Christian Temper
There Is at present nine Round the
Wo-ld Mis-loimri.-s. one from l'orto
Rico, Enclaud two, Australia two,
and the Cnlted states four.
When one will consider the above
Items we find the temperance js'ople
are not sleeping.
Now let us view this great move
ment nearer home. There are S4 or
gaulzed counties. In our state. In
this, the i-'ud ilistik t. which ituiudt
foureounties. Rates, Vernon, I'-nrton
and Jasper, there are 'X organizi-d
active !s."il unions. Sixofthtse are
in our own county. This gives us a
vivid dlscription of the work done
lu thU state by our state and nation
al lecturers and organizers.
The mating of April 11 convened
at the home of Mrs. Rarbra Horn
bui kle, of I'rah ie City.
Tlie meeting opened with president
Mrs. F. t). Seeliuger, In the chair.
She read for scripture lesson Psalms
140, this Is-'mg the crusade Psalm. J
She then made an appropriate ad-'
dress on the crusade niovenisut fol
lowed w lili prayer by president.
Roll call and minutes of previous
The Iynl Temperance Ix-glou was
The county president Is-lng with
us, luvited our ltK'al to pnpare a pa-s-r
to be read at the county conven
tion. Subj.ft for discussion nt nest nitet
Ing was then M'liK-ted, Uing, "The
Mothers of the 1U We." Adjourned
to ni'i-t wltli Mrs. llirnl of I'aplns
ville, April ii.
The liiflK'icv exerted by latelaper-
anee Is far more whittling than one
can linage. Then; are but few house
hold-4 in this great land of ours thnt
do not fi-el, dlivt-tly or Indirectly, tue
fearful evils rcsiiitlng from the use of
alcoholic ll'piors. Within the best
one hundred year then has Ikiti a
terrible Increase of crime withlu our
limits. Diseases unknown to our
forefathers have now a strong hold
ou thousands of our c!tlt.ns. and
they balll" the skill of our foremost
physicians. One huudrvd jeamago
lusanltj was almost unknown In
the Cnlted Stat.s. A moderate
slwd hoiisi' would then have held ev
ery Insane person In this country.
Now think of the Immense- buildings
nicn'lv for these unfortunates.
Scott's KmuUioii is not a
gooJ medicine for fat ft 'Iks.
We have never tried ;iinj:it
to a real fat person. Wo don't
d.ue. You sec Scott's Kmul
sion Imilds new flesh, l'.u
people don't want it. Stronj,
people don't need it.
Hut if you are thin Scott' .
Kmuion is the medicine fos
you. It doesn't tire you
There h no strain. The w i
is all natural r.nd easy. Yo
iust take the medicine r.n
hat'aall there is to it.
The next thing you knrv
nu feel better you cat In t
-and you weigh more. It!
Send for free sample
OTTir-lWS'F, tlim; .
, tV.t Si.. K V
For use, for t)le, and to comphie jour cotume.
A swell line juvt received, in the latet pattern
Wc have the most beautiful line of
that could be found in the city,
in Black, White, Crsam, and Linen color. This is the
popular trimming for silk, wool or wash goods.
Our line ol llaliestcs, Madras, Silk Ginghams, l'ongc
nettes and Satin Foulards i unsurpassed. Sec them.
Miss. Klumpp is kept busy in our Miilinrry department nd
An Entirely New Line of Ladies' Head Wear
awaits jour inspection, and we know you'll like it. : :
Call and see us, we want vou to sec our goods even if
you do not want to purchase.
ROYCE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
SUOCKKSOU TO V. K. HOWE.
Will and Hoy (5 raves arrived home
last week from Mineral, Kan.
Mrs. N. Itallfinch and tworhildren
1.4V and LUile, of Ithh Hill, spent
Kati.rduy uud Sunday at Uncle- Ike
Some of our farmers nrv through
If the weather man skipped l-nu-tlful
spring and s-nt summer, wlsli
he w ould have the hard winds skip
Kl I'ontions was a suffen-r from
one of Job's comforters over his
rilit eye. Inst week.
Cum Hill hns a little postofTice at
his door thne mail boxes.
A dance at Mr. Slandering' Sut
The next time John Jennings nnd
Ids irlrl drives out this way we shiill
oxtxH t them to ee.ll nt the house, not 1
lr. nn.-l Mrs. James Miiimnt" nn
'r. r.neletuan Sundiiyed nt I'm
Everybody should pattern nftor
Carlos VlKatlej-s mall It Is
Sunshine visited wvernl days last
week In Heavley. The Ren v ley p.-o-pie
are so clever We would like to
have sjx-nt a week, w ith them.
Jnme llorron was the first farmer
around here to plant corn.
IVmocrntlc candidates were thick
out this way last week, but we
havn't i'n any for the last few days.
All the N-st men In the party wanted
office from the way tints has Is-eii
writing them up.
Spring time Is the time to use
Rocky Mountain Tea. Keeps you
well all summer. (n-at spring life
rvnewer. Kcts. Ask your druggist.
The farm Smnfeme
IS NOW OPEN rOIt DLSINESS.
Our New Good Have Attivcd end t!;e put lie arc cor
dially invited to call and take a look at t : j : :
Our Mammoth Stock.
It is Now Complete,
Comprised of Farm Implements,
Wagons, Carriages. Harness Hard
ware. Fencing Wire, Farm and
Vc have something new in the way of a Disc Corn
Planter With a Fertilizer attachment. In fact we hic
sever! new styles of Implement th.it it will pay you to
come in and take a look at.
rAHEI MPLErMBT 00.
Weather Is fine; everybisly
lmt evervone wanta to wt
T. W. Huckln madea flying trip to
It nil it
I AIM AYS FOE
( nine back ;
a pleasant '.
us consider nil this uud then ask our
selves " hat am I doing for the b-in-
Sol lll i K KM I'Kll,
Press Work, pro tern.
Every mother that has a child has
a Jewel more pn-clous to her and
worth wore thaa the Klna; of Elij-:-laud'a
entire colli-ctloti of diamonds,
etc. 1'tty tho little om that Uloeliitf
health Uvause Us mother d-
not kuow It has worms, and that a
itnt bottle of Mother's Worm
1 by rup v 111 rxifl tUfia qukkly.
Car HltsnS foii, CftMiwr, tilevvs,
Bi, Curi um l, .!. MSIlss
Rols-rt Wni'il. Mnxey's )a., says:
'1 siifleied from bliMxl poison, my
head, face and shoulders were one
masM of corrupt Ion, im lies in twines
and Joints, burnliig, It lilng, senbby
skin, was nil run down and illscour
avd, but l'xitauie Plood IWilm cured
nu- i if'Vtly, healed all the sores and
g ive my sUlu the rich glo w of health.
1'dood I'.alm put new life Into lay
blood and new ambition Into my
brain." ' leo. A. W illiams, Itoxhiiry,
face c"ered with pimples, chronic
soiv ou back of head, siisTiitlng
sweilliig on mi k, eating ulcer on leg,
bone pains, lo hiug skin tutvd pi'r-fi-l
tly by I'.olulllc lUood ll.tiin boo s
ail hcalid. I'otanle Plood Italm,
inn s all maliuiiiiiil blood trouble,
sin li as ri u um, w alls and scales,
pimples, running sores, carbuncles,
m rofula, etc l".s-'billy advlwd for
nil olmlliml.' chsi s tint have reached
the wcoiid or third stage. Drugtiit,
II. To prne It elites, sample of
:iood Italm -'ui Ir-v uud prepaid by
crltlng l'dood I'.abii l'o., Atlanta,
(Ja. iK-BcrlU- troiibh- and free luedl
en I advice w-ut lu unkd letter.
Kclisblc man lur' Manager of a
Ursnch Oil'cc w vsitli to tiprn in
tliik viciniiy. Here it a K'"d oprio
(of tiie liu'it man. Kindly give
tood reference wbrn writing. T lis
A. T. MollM I I ALU 1 IlH l ,
Cincinnati, Ohio. I'luitrated cuts.
Mr. Ross Armstrong Is on the sick
Mr. and Mrs Inrvl:tii wen- vls-j
Ittugnt Mr. Ilucklu's last w.s-k, and ;
n'turned home . Monday, 'lliey live
lu St. ("lair county.
Mrs. J. W. Ward Is on the sick list
Mrs. Sanders Is improving.
Mr. Taru of Nevada was In the
city of Arthur Wednesday.
Mrs. John Trice was In
t From last week.)
Farmers an all busy plow In
planting potatis-s. making
and so on.
Mrs. Thede. Hall was visiting Mrs
(jooge last wis-k.
M Us Maggie Wyeotf, of Hortoii.
wa llting her sister, Mrs. Ross
Mrs, Uoss Armstrong nnd Mr, tut
have gone to tlie city t Kli li lllih to
day. Mrs. Armstrong will go to
Slii ldoii, Friday Ui vWl her sifter.
Mrs. Walter Mllneraiid Mrs. T. W.
Hii kins wi re lu Rich Hill yesterday.
Mr. Waller MHuer was dm k hunt
ing yesterday alij brought in slxtlne
Mr. H. II. Yanltcnthusen sicm to
be larger than ever. im lis !
cause he Is so proud of the new boy
at Ids home.
Mr. Ivuly has gotH' lo.woi k on tin
Mr. Hoblit was visiting lu Arthur,
mm mill i?
N'KW (ioolHI SoI.O. Sl'IHI.S ASI
Skionii Ha vo tiootis Rot our
Soi. II ami I'XCHANUKIi.
R. a. jurd & coM
Ft'MMTCMK KtHMsllKll. Al l. Wollk
loN With Nkatm.ss on
Kirk BuIidlr.R, Neith 6!h Street.
Rich Hii.b, Mo.
Corn, Fine Seed
Oats, and Shorts.
Ou hand at any tlmu to supply the
local market, and will buy your
llay at liiarket price.
Flsx Heed For Hale,
J. T. RosbrooK.
Headquarter nt llutue, Mv.
The argument ucd in the attic Ie, "Dcuttrono
my, Fraud & Co ," in at wtcki issue ol the Kick
Hill Tat bine wa thorouyh!)' und and incontro
vertible. We wrote an "ad." about two years ago along
that tame line. We have never been afraid to ay a
good word (or Our competitor, when we thought it
was due him or that it would In lp to build up Kiili
Hill and vicinity. Let the whole penplr unitedly
work (or the bct Interest of Ku h 1MI an 1 k-ep ton
tinually at it. We ate Ju silily in kjmpathy with tiie
prattle ol buying evct)lhing of il.c Ib sis Stmt
and having all o our wotk done by a Homk Laih s-
KR Or Mk MANIC.
11 jour meichaiit do-i not trry some attii.le
that jou want and il cannot be purvluked eUrvihrrr
in the city, have him order it (or jou, He can get it
just a quickly as you can, deliver to our home,
and will guarantee pcifcd ati,iiciion. In all
special order cases no merchant expect to make a
reKular protlt, but will furnish the goods ordered at
lest margin than when catrivd in stock.
Stick to jour home people, our interest are
Yours in the interest c( Itich Hill,
MERCANTILE COM PAN Y2
ClgQCSt and Best. Ilich liill,
p. Q: Just received a great line ( I Straw Hal. 11
thes warm Jays remind you t( the ( ie t that you tu rd a
new Straw list, we have it. jut (ha kind, too, that
CtGGlST AND DISI.