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THiGv'rc HI Good.
Atlas Oats, Ivory Oats,
Eagle Breakfast Food,
"U. 0." Breakfast Food,
Cream of Wheat, Grape Nuts,
And last but not least. "FORCE,"
the new food for breakfast.
ncIIIDBEII GROCER GO.
RICH HILL. MO. TEL. NO. 42.
TOr Olir CfltTOlnltMll
If yMir items do net appear in
our column the week tlicy are
tended for, it it because thry come
to hand too lute or are crowded cut
ry pre of other niattcis. We
value your contributions too highly
to tteat thrtn with any tlicouiteiy,
lie sure th-t your items reach
us not later than Tuesday.
Hope tin y in.i.v In
Iwl.y it nil K t I he
Who: A kK
Plenty of rain and crops are ttoom-1npr-
W. W. rnrlsh nnd family returned
Wodwtiday from a three weeks ko
Journ In Ksnwi.
Rev. Weir preached an eloquent
memorial sermon nt the Christian
The horse shoe games are well at
tended every day. Coudery'g team
o! colts seem to defeat all comer.
There Is name tdk of stArtlnga
new bank in Adrian. We do not
vouch for the statement only a a
J. P. Rodford, an old and honored
eitlxen of this place, died Friday, and
Cie remains w ere laid to rest la Cres
ent Hill cemetery Sunday.
The prospects for an abnndant
crop of everything never looked
brlshter than at the present time.-
The foundation for Haas' new
- brick block on Main street, la near
The U- A. R. Post are making tinh
orn te preparations for decoration
diy at thin place. . , 1
The I. O. O. F. pare a banquet
Tuesday siijjht In honor - of -their
brother lodgv of Austin. All report
a good time.
The Republicans of Deer Creek
Twp., held one of the most enthusi
astic convention last Saturday .eter
held In north Bate. There was 135
TOtea registered and a pood many
left who could not get lu. Following
to a lint of the delegates chon:
Wesley Stuart, K. It. Weaver, IV.
A. McRoberts, Ira Ijents. A. M.
Young. S. W.Mahan. Walter l'.lount,
A. V. Adams, Enrl Cummin. Jl. Ar-
genbrlght. H. C. Bower w as eli ted
Say v ho va. St predicted another
dry summer? They had U tter "jjo
away back and nit down."
The St. W. A. lee cream supper last
Saturday night was rathe? tame, on
(account of rainy and threatening
At the Republican township Con
vention the following delegates w ere
elected to attend the county conven
tion to lie held at Puller the-2'th:
J. X. Polloek, A. J. Johnston, ( tin.
Um, Peuny Smith and A. Tipton.
U. Stelner and family visited In our
A. J. Sunderwlrth and wife, and
Jirother Frlta, visited relative In our
We were shaking bands) w Itn our
old friend Tony Hammer, one oay
last week. Uhid to see him out.
John Hallam.ooo of onr old timers.
has leeniulte skk the past few day.
Mrs. A. J. Johnston and dangnter
ltl.inrhr attended rhunh at Sehcll
A great deal of damage was done
In oir part ct the county Sunday
night, by the hall storm. Our farm
ers are looking rather blue.
: letter Cat this Oat.
1'very mother should lie quickly
suspicions of worms when her chil
dren act as If they were going to tie
slclf. Worms ai known to !e the
first cause of much ill health. Young
and old very often are suffering from
worms when a mother thinks It Is
something else. Remember, a very
harmktMt, yet always effective, rem
edy for stomach, tains or pla worms,
Is a 25 cent bottle of Mothers Worm
Reducer of Low Prices
The prices quoted below are for first-class goods:
10 lbs Hominy Flakes 25c
jo lbs Cracked I!cmin7 25c
7 lbs Good Prunes- : 25
7 lbs Bulk Oat Flake 25
6 lbs Dwight's keg Soda 25
Boxes Greenwich Lye , 2GC
a lbs California Strained Hooey . 25c
j lbs Ginger Snaps '. 25c
i quart Fresh Roasted Peanuts . 05c
5 lbs Whole Rice , 25c
Gibs Broken Rice 25c
i lb Chef Uakiog Powder
4 lbs Lima l$eans.
6 lbs Navy Beans. i ',
to lbs Gol CoHee
Slbs amcs Special Coflee
7 lbs Santos Coflec
lb Java Blend Coffee.
2 lb Califumia Evaporated Peaches.
albs Evaporated Apricots........
io lbs Sal f.pda
Westphalia Hams, per lb,
FLOUR ilHD FEED.
50 ll Chef (llfg!iest Patent) SI. 05
50 lbs Anulope(High Patent) 95c
50 lbs Fartui-r's Choice (Straight Patent) 05c
too lbs Bran ., , $1.10
100 lbs Good Corn Chords ... . S1.50
I will have a car of tine snorts and cracked
wheat the last of this week or the first of
next and will make you the lowest possible
FARMERS'We want your butter, epgs, chickens and
any kind ot pioduce you have to sell and will give you u'iC
per dozen for tggi and 16c p r lb. for butter this week in trade,
or an ord;r to a dry goods stc re, for which the order will buy
jutt as many goods as the cash.
I have polite and accomodating clerks that will be pleased to
wait on you at any and all limes. Now, there is Mr. Price, the
l .vii Si iM tlcik, that will do his bsr to please you, and Mr.
Put the Ln lie Suoar fellow, aluays wears a smile, especially
hen he is waiting on the young ladies. We must net forget
the cafhier, Miss Gertie Marsh, who would be pleated to take
care c( your rakh. She is specially load of young men. And
j-.t and I,EAr tA all comes the boss, wfio trys to Ovkh Ktu the
ttto'c Initio!. and will help entertain ycur babies. Cometrrde
with ti tf, fcnv your money, dunk ice water at our store and be
IMS1 CASH GROCERY.
pa pins villi:.
Mim. S. 1U1I w in Rich Hill. Wed
liesdity, Mrs. JaiMib Hind and daughter,
Mary, attended Commencement at
Applcton ni.r 1'rlrl.iy flight.
Mr. tins Klenl.ei'Ker, of the Nevada
HiimIiichs (,'tillcge, Is home on a vaca
tion. Mr. and Mr-, llalph Kiihxt gave a
party to the young folks Thursday
night. ' A good time was reported by
Wm. Jaekoii wiUla Ulch Hill Saturday.
Mr. (ins Kleubiirger and MlssAunn
Sutton attended the lee cream s.H-lal
at Prairie City Saturday night.
Children's laj- cxerelws next Suu-
dav afternoon at 2 o'clock.
We were sorry to hear lif Hie death
ut Mrs. Juo. P.urgess"r, Monday
Mr. Frlta Hell w as In AppletonClty
Quite a hall storm we had Sunday
night. Trie's were blown over and
much damage done lu the gardens
and w heat fields, .
The river Is Milt trying to overflow
nud many tlilnk It will. U wa -1
K-et Monday morning.
Persons have been known io
finln a pound a tlay by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. II Is strange, but It often
Somehow the ounce produces
(he pound It seems to start the
digestive machinery oin4 proo
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb his ordlniry
food, which he could not do be
fore, and tfut Is the way the gain
A certain amount of fieh Is
necessary for health t if you have
iot got it you can gd It by
You will find it Just as uwful In tum.-ne-j
in winter, and If yni art thri-inj upo;
t don'l lop because the wtatStr is kjitii
SCOTT & 5JWSE, Chm.-m Nrw r.
MIhs Jeanette Wilson, who has
lie'n attending school in Kkh Hill, Is
spending vacation at home. ,
Judge March made a business trli
to Peru Slonday.
Mr- Jones Is entertaining his cous
in, Claud C) -'b, of (lardeu City, Kas.,
Miss Ida Gerner of Y nnnmu, s yls-
lting at Wm. Ixudvr's pleasant boms
allss Nellie March la a sufferer from
Hoy Graves is borne' from the In
John Cole, In company with his
two daughters, Nellie and Etbel, and
Miss Kachet WUon. went to the
children's day exercles at the lnp-
tlt Church In Klch Hill Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon enjoyed one of
Mrs. Abide Fugleman's delicious din
There Is about half a doicn boys
and we are sorry to say, otic- bright,
pretty young lady, who ajwnys at
tend our church, w ho are very noisy
and boisterous and do a great many
things to nnnoy the oues around
them and attract the attention of
everyone to themselves. The young
iicople. are children of worthy par
ents who we know, would lie deeply
mortified 11 they knew of their con
duct. We hoie something will I
doue about tuls at once, ln-fore bad
D:atten become worse.
Such a cold wave this' morning
(Tuesday) has stopped our clock.
W"(JJ Graves went to Midway, Kan
Our school directors have chown
lien Hynn of Iteavlcy, to teach our
neat term of school. There was quite
a number of young lady applicants.
and one director w-lng a bachelor,
we were surprised at Hen getting
Messrs. Watklna of Klch Hill, wen
doing some cnireritcrlng at Win.
Wheat ley's; last week.
Mrs. F. Hurkhotderaiid son Willie,
Mr, J as. Horron and daughter
Ituih, aiul MJs l4-nn Stlda.utteiuU d
memorial servt.es tlu. Prei.li) ter
lan (hurch lu Klch Hill Huti.luy,
Han Hoop has Ix-rn looking so sad
the paat f-w dnys one would think
his it Mows had gone hack on hint.
Toothache Js the cauw of all the
Mr. and Mrs. Wyeott and C, Ward
and w Ite s-iit Sunday at Hen Kami.
We had -as and ;id potato.s for
U, T. Horron of Irma, Wyoming,
is oim I he guhh-s at the national
park this summer, )f Will can walk
as fit as he used to Wf wouldn't
try to keep up with hint.
Pl -iity of ralu falling now days.
Chli.lreis's lay c.erI.M' will U
conducted here the flrst Susday lu
Gus Kietilrv-r. w ho h;ia lsvn at
tending the Nevad.l Husiiu-sst'olleg'
returuevl home llday to try the
(arm fur awhile. :
, Mrs, J. Hind and daughter Mary,
I attended the coinmetitviiieiit exer-
clses at Apideton City last Friday
The Marias des Cygm-s Is on the
rampage again, the nrst time now
for about two years.
The M. V. A. gave an Ice cream
siiPi r nt their had ln Prairie City,
laot Saturday ulght.
The KepublieaiMi met in convention
last Saturday and elected the follow
lug delegates' to the convention at
Hutler, the r,th: C. A. Iane, T. H.
Tli'ton, J. H. Smith, J. N. Pollmk.
A. .Johnston. C A. Lane waschoseii
ay, township committeeman.
We are glad to h.;ar that our
young frieu 1 Fdgar Hlrul, icraduated
ut the Appleton City Academy and
has jitvpted a . position there as
bookkwjK-r for Hiivlevntorcompany.
Wewvsomeof our farmers haul
ing their hay off now baled, for less
money than they were offered In the
stack last fall. ..When you have a
g.Mxl thing, take It, mid do not w ant
a tieiter fur you wou't get It always.
Frank Mdvely, a former 1'aplns
vlllboy. but now of Kldorado, was
up lafct Friday aud Saturday.
Too iuu U rata Is flu: cry, but we
think the rainy season is about over.
Whoieo at least.
Miss Maud Phillips haslsvn tb-lt-ing
her aunt, Mrs. Utt. for the i.t
There was n i:n cream sorl.il at
Mr. IssTM-r's last thiirsday uUht in
remeiiibranee of Mrs. Ieept-r's moth
er's (grandma Thomas) birthday.
The aged lady enjoyed the social,
walked out to the supper table, and
ate ice cr-aiu as any of the u.-.ts.
We hope gnnudina may heiuiiuy
There was also an ke ctviiiu s- I..I
at Mrs. ou'.ou Suu'luy nll.t.
Sirs. White, who has Ins-ii VItlng
her brother, Mr. II11. Win. (or the put
month, left here TiH-slny liiornlug
(or her lu.iui) bt Ilidlauapoll.
The tlsheriuell, McAllister ttlid
Gouge, are out after rUli to-day.
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great traveler nud nuthor.thorough
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contains a complete nnd autlienttc
luouut .4 tUu errjl'je- yoh anlc dis
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ami drawings. Theiut sensation
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Make no mistake. Get the Is-st. In
tense and growing Interest makes
the demand for this book enormous.
Selid I'l cents to 'UT postage Oil the
U-st outrit. and gismtt.J liok ti
the sul.J.Tt. Address. M. I). K.I A HP
A CO., Kausas City, Mo.
Mr. Sam Goodwin was In Meti
M.mdiv and reports his flax Is lu
Mr. S, Powtiv shlpiicd chUkcos
Mr. J no. OuiipUIl and family have
moved into their new residence on
west Maine street.
Tom Madison will soon ! ob'lged
to move his corn Held If the w ater
keeps raising much longer.
Miss Llllle thinks there U uo pais r
like the Meta Times.
Mr. K. R. Weynnd put h plop.
sitii.u U-fore the young i-ople and
the widow s and widowers of Meta
that the couples that were married
iu mnv would Is' entitled to ft pound
of honey. It Is hard for the youn
folks to know that "I'ncleJim" has
won the houer. Now he has two
honeys, so to speak.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the
Christ iau church, "of Meta, will glvt
an ii-e cream supper llw uight of the
4th' of July. A fine large time Is ex
jiedeij. AI are" lnvted to attend.
Meta Is still improving. A not In
new photograph gallery has take
up Its abode here.
Mr. Ed Ferris Is contemplating
building a new house In Met.
Mr. J.hu Snider k-ft for Fldorudo
Cure I'sems, ltchluif Humors
Pimples ami Carbuncles.
Costs Nothing to Try.
H. H. II. (Hotaule HI.hhI Halut) Is
now recognised as a certain and
sure cure br wmiii, Itching skin,
humors, scabs, wales, wat.-ry blis
ters, ptiiipi-s, 11. 1,1 11 tMines or Julnts.
Iioils. carbuncles, prickling pain In
the skin, old, eating sons, ulcers.
etc. Kolunii: l-lood Halm taken la-
lernally, cures the worst nirl hhw
deep-M-nti-d caes by enri'-hlng. purt
fylug HI). I ritalUlng the blood, then
br giving a healthy bl.sid supply to
the skin. Hotaulc'Kiood Hnlm Is th
only cure, to stay cured, (or these
aw Jul. anuiiyliig skin troiibk-s.
Heals every sore and gives tnert. h
glow td henUU to the skin. P.oilds
up the broken down body an 1 makes
the blood red and uoiirishlug. I
jsi-hilly advifsij f,jr rhroi.ie, old
cases that doctors, patent medi
cines and hot spring bill to cure.
Pmsgists, f I. To rove H. H. H.
ciicw, wnijlpje sent free nnd prepaid
by w ruing ('.KmsI Hiitm t . WmIU.i.
lia. lS s rlls trouble, ail I (n-e mrd.
leal advice sent n s'a'g'.l .-ti-r.
MUs Mary HUoti Is very low w ith
nervous prostration and briilu
Messrs. Ai'leii Summers. Arthur
Cuthi-rwood and William tUU0 v'nl
to Nevada, Monday
John Snider, our former barber,
has sold out aud is going to F.ldora
d Spring .
Mr. and Mrs. (. Conner went to
"Cn l.i J h" I'-radliiiru su-j.rlsed
us all. Huudity night, by taking unto
hliuseif a w lie. The bride was Mrs
Jno. Hlxoll. WeeXtulid Coltgrat uhl
Jlotis. Mlsas-s A'lin; ijipj Pnrltee Hodllliiii
le(t I, tot Hatttrday (of l',oouillgtoU,
Ills., where they w ill spend the suin
iner with their sl-iter, Mrs. Julia
I het x at IrntiMrsI m &rrmt
V: Ur tt l'r-i'l liv r, .i- n . n cnanif-
I Km I f." t. i VA' Al.i'i it t.')tl yxi ctiiiia
t t i'i -Ui. utM t- . u r i. I tf.q tr.l ti ml,
jpu t- l ("i:o.l I ('Ju l v t i )t to rt-t'ti!ia-
hit u K" r;'l l tich' i-r piax wtiiijr
U ir- iwuud." J. A hwmi.
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J. T. Rosbrook
HAY and GRAIN
Iteferenee: City National Hank.
Kooni 'J, l !i:, West lllh Street,
KANSAS t iTV. : ; : MlssuCitf.
Tel. :"; Hl. kory.
We want your consignments, also
your crpp'nijei" ;.
W,C. I.IM.AIKiMt. J, L. llH.AMATMI.
IINDVRGLR & DllAMAUR,
-Do KJnds ...J
Painting and apcr lla g!r.g.
nr Sign Work and a
Cuar9ntce to Repair Old Hoofs
Against Leakage. Hayc tho Fi
nest Roofing Compound in the
WorlJ. Ask to see our work.
IsM ve orders at ipi-ra Drug Store,
Special attention to mall orders,
Kich Hill, t t Missouri
NW tblotlM Sol,n. Ktiivm Akll
F111M rciiB lit ! luicii.
hkumi lli n Goons Pot i.iir
Sol II AMI I'.li tlAK'.f.ll. 1
I'. A. JURD & CO,
l-'fllM'I'l IIK l!l I IMslllfll. Al l. Wi.lik
Io.B Willi NK4TM-S AVi
DlKlU II II.
Kcfth 6!h Street.
Hen IIh.i., M,
mm at Royce's
Thoy havo a com
ploto lino of 75c,
$1.00 and 51.25
Nogligoo Shirts on
salof special price,
each, - - - 48c.
ROYCE DRY GOODS COMPANY,
srCCEXNOH TO W. K. KOYCK.
The farm Implement Go,,
IS OPEN TOR UUSIXESS-
Our New Goods Have Arrived and the public ate cor
dially Invited to call and take a h ok at : : t j :
Our Mammoth Stock.
It is Now Complete,
Comprised of Farm Implements,
"Wagons, Carriages. Harness Hard
ware. Fencing Wire, Farm and
NVe have something new iu the way of a L)ic Corn
Planter With a Fertilizer attachment. In fact we hac
scvtrnl new stylet of Inipfcn'.cnta that it will pay you to
come in and take a look at.
FARM IEdTLEFJlEIlT CO.
t M ' H m iCSK ass rm ra n m rt m or. m.
1 1 10 MRS flGII 1
i r. :
we heard frequently the capreskions, 'livery,
thing ia going to be burned up;" No rain;"
"Going to have a greater drouth than lat
year;" "Can't afford to luy anything until
we ate assured of a good tain or two."
It has rained two or three times since
and now we hear the eaprcskicrs. "Too much
rain;'- "Crop ruincdj" Wheat all falling
dtfwti and the weeds are grt'.ing away with
the Coio," "Can't buy anything now, got. to
save it to live on this winter."
Now, shucktt What's the use cf alwas
kicking? With some people its cither too
dry or too wet. The recent rains are a bless-
iuj; to this section, and our gucys jt that we
ait going to have u abundanic of ever) thing.
Wheat never looked better, prospects for
corn are splvnJid. Garten truck of all kinds
in itnmcnae quantities, outlook lot fiuit is
very encouraging indeed, and thousands cd
tons of hay In sight ritjhl now,
FARMERSf-hat f.cc cf outs has
Ueo TOO LONG, TOO LONG and you
Slioyhl come to the UIGGlvSl" A NIMH-ST,
get you a nice, light, comfortable and nol by
ummcr suit, confuting of gauy unJcrwcar,
ncK'.igee shirt, fancy hlMc!c, a well fitting
coat and pants, a late style collar and a IWhy
Freak tie, a new straw ,at and a pair c ( ele
gant Oxfords, all td which will caute your
TOO LONG face lo shorten and broaden
and cause you to del like a new man.
If the "too long face" trouble has taken
huld on the other numbers of the family.
Irii g tin m with )ou. We are abundantly
able to piescribe lor them, too,
Yours fur a good crop, a new suit of
clothes and a pleasant countenance,
Bioocst ond Best - IHtli liill, Mo."