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It la been said that many persons ran make an ent ire
breakfast on a cup oi coffee. It is equally true that many
hard-working women make an entire meal on bread and
Ua. In Loth of these casrs, however, it must be assumed
that the coffee and tea hsve lost none cf their potency
through aOulicrstion or other impurity. We know lrom
practical experience vith Chase fi Sanborn's high-grade
coffees and native package teas what valuable food proper
ties are contained in each of these Leverage.
Try Our CoUees and Teas,
There are None Better Than
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE
AND BOKA TEA.
KlADQtAaiLRS fCa GOOD THINGS TO EAT
RICK HILL, MO.
' Positively the most durable, lightest runniog, most lasting Mower
made. Guaranteed to do more hard cutting with less breakage than
any machine on the market. It costs
sure to see it before buying. We
Self Dump Rakes. See tbera.
Don't forget us on General Hardware, Screen Wire and Doors,
Paint, Oil and Gasoline Stoves, etc
(Crowded out lnnt vveck.)
Svldim Harrow, of Rich Hill, t
vlxttlng relative nt thin place.
I'r. V.iirjjKKer and wife came up
Monday to attend the funeral of the
loctor'H mother. Men. Jolm lturgin
or, Tut-hday afternoon.
M m. J at kon was In Rich Hill Sat
urday, AIIm Millie (ioodin, of Lone OnV,
w uw In towu Thurediiy.
Jacob lllrnl tttu In ltkh Hill,
The Cliildrvi' Inty exercinea.
w hlclt were held Kundtiy afternoon,
were probably th lit ever held
here. Several yoiilitf MpU; from
Round Prairie mid Prairie (Ity at
tended. Mr. mid Mnt, E. Jonnune, of Ne
viola, niv vUltliitf nlativra In thin
TIioh. t'hlek wh hi Mich 11111 Mon
tic v. Rorvlaud rilled hi pilut-
sueiit at thl place Sunday.
A CndUon, Win. Jiukaon and
led liui ker were lu RU h 11111, Mon
day. Ill IMiKT.
(Crowded out lut we k.)
The storm of lust Sunday night
done considerable damage to wheat
otid small vegetation.
The Children's Day exercise w ere
Well attended here Sunday. A good
program was rendered and the
church was Is-aulifully decorated
it U house plants.
Ilunali for tin county Jtepubllean
ticket of Vi-! If our friends, ls-m-ocnuy,
can put up m Is'ttcr ticket we
would like to wee It and the stuff It Is
made of, as they could not have the
-,une oi l ring-leader (ill it.
1. M. Johannes and wife, formerly
of this place, tmt of ris-cut years of
Nevada, an- with us again.
il. It. KuKih-rw lrth had a bain
hi ruck by lightning and burned
o ii at Potsdam, Mo.
J. N. Polimk. a true Republican,
of Prairie City, was over Sunday.
RoU-t-t Strlctlln, traveling sales
man ot t lie Saud t( h Manufacturing
lo, ot Kmiihhs City, was here tUe
p.i-t vc. k looking utter their riincbe
i '. A. I ..on , Republican lioitilnt.
t . r t in mi t iei k, I!! Is- a r siilcuier
t FnU. r ult r .Not ember i. i
? '""V T1!
1 (. u.
TEL. NO. 42.
no more than other mowers. Be
also handle the Standard Hand and
See us for Buggies.
K. R. Rorron was In Dutler on
business 8-ntunlay nnd Sunday.
Mrs. J. K. De.Iarnette Is on the sick
Miss Susie Cretin p Is home from
Wyoming on a visit- Bhe w ill return
to Wyoming In a short time.
Sunshine caught some fine fish
Monday out of a wagon.
Kmery Houghton and wife moved
to our burg Saturday.
ius Hill was doing some fast driv
ing Saturday night, trying to head
off tli storm.
Mr. Slandering was in Pittsburg.
Kansas, last week.
The rains still continue and the
weeds are growing higher than
some of the corn.
Roy (i raves left for tlie Territory,
V. Rurkliohler w as slck-n Ud Sun
day and Moudnjr.
J. K. DeJaruetU-'s family think he
I home sick and wants to come
home. J, K. will In' back In time to
Farmers w III romineure harvvstiug
tls-lr w lieat and rye this week.
L. P. Wade ami dually wre pleas,
nut visitors at Fncle Ike Neat's Sun
If that handsome bachelor don't
quit making ho many trips to Hull, r
we will think he Is going to ,ve on
that farm lu place of re utinj.U.
Is Idle Worth Llvlug?
Then don't is-gUrt a cough or cold.
esisvluUy wlwn only twenty-five
cents will buy a bottle of joHh's
Mexleau Syrup. It is ho soothing,
and so many consumptives have
Ihvii made well by Its use. Read
some of It testimonials on the wrap
er around each Isjttle that prove
this remedy more sure for deep-seated
colds, habltiialcoughlug nnd even
consumption, than any other remedy
known to physicians, many of whom
recommend and prescrllw It where
less efllcaclous reine() fall.
The rainy season m-cius to Is over,
we hoe so at least.
FverylsMly wius more cheerful,
every farmer is now busy plowing
or cutting wheat.
Mr. A nasi rong commenced cut ting
ld wheat Monday, ills v heat Is
Cue Riid promWes fine yield.
To Our Corroi)ii(t,iit(i
If your item do iiiit appear in
our columns the vveck they me in
tended for, it it because they come
to bund too late or ate crowded out
by pre of other mAttcis. We
value your contribution too highly
to treat them with any discourtesy.
Dcsure that your items reach
us not later than Tuesday.
rtHiienunn Went brought n vnjj'"i
lojul of fin (lull tlirouuli Arthur,
Monday. Me wont to Rleh 1 1 til.
hero he had 1 lie. irood luck to ell
about nil of them.
Mr. Itiiw Htnrted Tuemlay morn.
nlnfr for Williams, Arizona, to vllt
her daughter, Mm, P. A. Melllek.
Mr. Itown ArniHtrons bad quite a
houwfuil of vtnltor Sunday, too
many to mention nuincH, but lee
cream and cake were Hcrved for the
crowd and a pleasant time reported
by the victors.
Mrs. J. T. Armstrong: was calling
In Arthur Monday evening.
Rig 4, or mine 21, worked t days
lat week. It was very eneouraclng
to the miner.
Mrs. W. J. Ward In filling her horn
with a new lot of furniture. We ex
pect to see a bruswlx cni-pet next
and sllpjiers at the door for callers,
who care to aee the new furniture, to
put on lH-fore entering.
Mr. Huckln was In Kanruiii City
last week visiting hlu daughter, Mm,
T. A. 1'hiIIIpa. .
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local application, an they cannot
reach the dlenicd portion of the ear.
There In only one way to cure doaf-
ness, and that Is by constitutional ,
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
lntlamcl condition of the mucous
lining of the Kustachlnn Till'. When
this tuls gets Inflamed you bave a
rumbling sound or Inqiorfect hear
ing, and when It Is entirely closed
deafness Is the result, and unless the
Inflammation ean le taken out and
this tulw restored to Its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases ont of ten are caused
by catarrh, which Is nothing but an
Inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot Is? cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7.V'.
Hall's Family Pills Are the best
The Missouri Pacific Railway Is
now oisTatlng a line of observation
vestibiiled Cafe cars ls-twecn St,
Iouls. Kansas City nnd Pueblo.
These cars are run ls?tween St Louis
nnd Kansas City on the fast dny
trnlns, Nos. 1 and 2, leaving St.
Isiuls dally at W OO a in. and Kansas
City at 9:."i0 a. in. Ret ween Kansas
City nnd Pueblo they are tiperated
to serve all passenger trains. They
are lighted with electricity and
equlpsd with electric fans. Meals
are served a hi carte, from dainty
Hnvllaud china, LIbby cut glassware
and elegant silverware. The cuisine
Is unexcelled nnd the general service
first-class lu every respect. The ob
servation parlor of the earn Is
handsomely fitted up, and affords On
excellent view of the scenery along
TD THE FAR NORTHWtST.
VIA UtULINOTON KOUTE.
"The Rurllngton-Xorthern Pacific
Kxpress, now leaves Kansas City
at fl:Rl p. m.. making dlnvt connec
tions with all II IK'S from the Fast
sad South. Thlsls the only through
train from Kansas City through the
Northwest territory traversed by
tls Northern Paelite Railway.
Through coaches, (hair cars, stand
ard and tourist sh'ccrs to Rntte,
Helena, Npokulie, Tacoma, Seattle,
Cheap Somer Cc'orada Tours.
The Rurllngton makes the che.np
est Colorado Summer tours ever
made, sin h as f l.Ydil round trip dur
ing freipient js-riisls d the Summer
from Kansas City to Itenver, Colora
do Springs and return. The Rur
llngton'M fast Denver I rain leaves
KansiH Cfty at f:Xi p. in., arrives
lh-nver 3:1" p. lu. next day. The
ItJiy Express leaves Kansas City at
10:40 a. m.
Id,!) lakes; scores of t he coolest
and Is-st summer l.siilitl.-s In the
country; fntjueiit sTlods of fow ex
cursion tours, such as f l.'.i Kansas
City to St. Paul.
To Eastern Resorts.
Iow rate Summer circuit tours to
Michigan. Canada, St. Law n in e Re.
glon, Atlantic Coast: rail and lake
or all rail.
To I'lilcaifo. The famous "FH"
leaves Kansas City at n-;JH p. m.
To St. Loula. Double dully train
iHts'rlls? your trip to uur nearest
Ticket Agent, or to tls uudcrsliied,
and let us AlvU you the least cost
and mall you publications,
t. ). BK1CKCR. I W. WAKIIIY.
I. f. A. t'l M.ia St., I. ... Al.
KAttft C'ov, Idii. &r livi,, Uu
C. M LKVKY,
ht. !n it, Mo.
hlouvy rWuudetl if It ?vrr Uti9
CbrUtl.in 1'tiilenvor Cnoveiition
The iiinih annual ronvcntlon of
the Chl'lxtlaii I'.iiile'XVor Koelet.v of
thn third dlnti-li t, met nt the W ewt
mlnwler CotmivnallotKih hurt h, Kan
h.'is City, June ti, 7. and , The con
vention ojm tied Friday night and
following thin Hervlee a wept Ion
wns lelideivd the vlxltlug deli'uaten
In therhundi pnrlorx. At S.:u Kmt
uiday nioriilng a quiet hour wa
held, follow ed by a nong wrvh'e, lif
ter which the huHlneHU of the con veil
thm wax tranwieted..
I.uueli wan nerved by the ladles til
WenlinliiHter church on Saturday,
The afternoon wan devoted to the
dUeuKHlon of the worn of the varlou
commit ! of the society nnd the
! Junior work. In the evening follow
I lug the Hong service at 7:4.1 the-con-
Igregatlon was nddrv-Hscd by lr.
Richardson, on the thcine 'Wanted
j Sunday morning a quiet hour was
1 held at after which the congre
gation adjourned to attend the va
rious Sabbath Schools and church
services, Sunday afternoon the Ju
nior rally was held and the Juniors
surely deserve credit for promptness
and willingness In doing their part.
The convention sermon was preni li
ed Saturday night by Ir. (ieorge of
Westminster church, after which the
convention was closed by a conse
cration service lead by Rev. W. R.
The reports showed that there
were H.iNm! F.ndeavorers lu the dis
trict which comprises six counties.
The Junior society of t tie First Pres
byterian Church of this city, with Ita
memU'rshlp of !, Is the largest Ju
nior sixlety In the district, audits
superintendent. Miss Rachel Crabb,
was honored by being elected lls-
trlct Junior SuisTintcndent for the
The Endeavors of Kansas City de
serve the greatest credit and have
our most slneerv thanks for their
hospitality r-lnrwn us during our
stay In their city. The next conven
tion will 1. held at lices Summit.
Ue Wise iu Time.
Many parents do not know that
their child is sickly and cross nnd
fretful, simply lsn-ause they fail to
give It some of that splendid remedy
i called Mother's Worm Syrup, to kill
and exis'l from Its little stomach and
bowels the worms, that are the
cause of Its distress. Worms have
brought many a littk' loved one to a
Is-d of sickness and to its grave that
a i" cent bottle of this remedy would
Tom Asbury and wife, of Rich Hill,
visited at Mr, Jones', Sunday.
Mr. Jurd delivered some flue fish to
our farmer friends the past few days.
. (land Cobb, who has lieen visit inu
relatives lien? the piist few weeks,
returned to his home In Harden City,
Mrs. Delia Reck has Isvn visiting
relatives here the past few days.
Mrs. P.ck has just returned from a
visit to her children in ikla.
Mr. Phllbrlck nnd Miss Fltie Pijier,
oi men urn, were driving on our
Andrew Workman and wife dined
with S1io1m relatives Sunday. .
Mil..- lU'lla and Stella Raughan,
is! Arthur, are spending a few- days
as guests of Miss Hannah Willis.
They are very Is-aiitlfnl young ladies
and as near alike as two "is'iis In a
Miss Osu (Jrlggs, in company with
a lady friend. Miss Maggie Morris,
of Knusas City, ss-ut a few hours at
Rud Smith and wife siwnt Nat nr.
Hay ami Sunday with ltnd's mother,
Prof. Fd Rorron, In company with
Miss l4'nn Stlda, were present nt the
Children's Day exercises Sunday,
Rye-the wiiy. Fd did look extremely
happy. Don't know whether Its lie
cause he bought a farm or whether
but time w ill tell.
We understand ourold friend, Mat t
Shumate is coming buck to Rates
soon. We w 111 all Is- glad to wel
come Mart back.
Wonder w hat is going to hapN'ii.
We have had two whole days with
out rain Sunday and Monday.
Henry TIUou says, "We have a dry
moon this time." l-t's siv, now,
how near he hits If.
Wheat Is f .is. t ripvnlug and nothing
short of a hard storm can prevent
us from h.t lug bountiful i mps.
Prof, (ieiithlar, of Sprague, was a
business caller here .Monday.
The river Is out over the bottoms
and our farmer have all turned
Mis May IVArmoud, of Rich Hill,
graced our church with her presence
Will Mayes, of Rich Hill, brought
out a carriage lo;o of Rich Hill's
worthy elti'U to t h.-entertaliimelit
at the church Sunday night.
Children's Day, which Was olmerv
ed Sunday lilnht, was a highly satis
factory success. The ihlldn-u had
inemorlu-d their pii-c so thoroughly
and spoke thein so Weil that It
w (Hil l Is1 liiipiMsihle to luculloii it
the good 4iui'S. lu fact 1 1 no- was
not a single failure, I I even among
I he little tots Master Wnlt.-r March,
sou of J ude .Mar. h, brought down
thalioilne with hU iiui.lei ly tempi-r-ance
sce h till. I hn t t hoe ph iiliig
eut'TtiilniueutH Illicit ls g H en
' wbcf e It I hot aU the yr ar rvi:td f ;
i it mm a 1
rpcGll s LmuK'fon
f clf better than any where the V
' in the world. So don't stop Liking
tit. i.. ... n i 'a
i i n in pumnicr, or yuu win n
ji wht you hvt K.iinrd. ft
" SCol l H lloWM?, .li wl(. I
I' 404i IVwtl Sli, Nw York, V ':
Ti'l l.tv nU dnii-' i-K I J
Till". HOKKOltS OF MAltriMtJl'l.
and St. Vincent; the thrilling story
of the i lest met loll of St. Pierre nnd
other towns; our new book by a
great traveler and author, thorough-
Iv conversant W Itll the West ladles.
contains n complete and authentic
account of the terrible volcanic dls.
aster. Illustrated with photographs
and drawings. The most sensation,
al nnd fastest selling book, of the
age. Over "K pages. Price only
fl. ."). Rest terms guaranteed.
Make no mistake. (Jet the ls-st. In
tense ami growing Interest makes
the demand for this book enormous.
Send 1.') cents to pay postage on the
ln-st outfit, and greatest book on
the subject. Address. S. D. KNAPP
& CO., Kansas City. Mo.
1 have vo ToortilnftMc CATA
Ill.iSl and fin.t thrrn prrrH.'l. tYuiiiln I do
wtth'it th m. I hT uwj them foronc titue
(or IndivrotUcn nl blilcunti' nd am new xm
plevjljr curvd. Iic .mm nU ttiem, U vt ry oii
One iricd. sou wttl m?vT l withmii them to
f. mant otutaaiji, a, .
run majih moistiimo air
Pl!tnt- Pil.'.t.'., fvrnv Tf Oonl. rvi
&ooo, N.rer Sicken. WMt.n, or Gru. Sw ajc. Siic
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
K3.Tu.Rif1 Sltl ml leirxmntf l br . drnff-
I1U to CI Kk lVlMOM I1U1U
W.C. I JNhiUliKR. .1. l IH.I.AMATKIt.
LISRGfR & DLLAMATCR,
Do All Kinds of
Painting and Paptr Itangir.g,
-wr Sign Work and j
Guarantee to Repair Old Hoofs
Against Leakage. Have the Fi
nest Roofing Compound in the
World. Ask to see our work.
Ijeave orders nt 0s-ra Drug Store.
Special Attention to mall orders.
Klch Hill, t Missouri
Nkw Goons Hoi.ii. Srovr.s ami
Skcomi IUui liooi.s Rottiiir
Sol.ll AMI F.l IIANOKIt.
R. A. JURD ci C(V
FcitMTt ui: lti:t iMsni'.n. Ai.t. Woi:k
Domc With Nkat.m:s ami
Kirk Building North 61!) Street.
Rich Hii.i., Mo.
DON'T Be Fooledi
Tk tb imkih, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TtA
M..W Mil)- by Maditofl Mrtl
on Ca.. MaJlMMi, WU. II
rp ymm II. Our lrJ
mark, cat aa ah aka.
rto. j (nil,. Nee .H4
la tula. Arvrpt aa .uhtli
au. Aik ,w drMri,i
Any boy or girl who will
secure for us ThN M'H
SCRIPT IONS for The
Kansas City Weekly Journal
at the rate of 25c each,
making a total of $2.50, and
bend the money to u with a
LIST OF THM NAM MS,
wilWliu sent postage prepaid,
A HF.AUTIFUL WATCH
CALLED THE I-CLIP EI
S Send money by P. O. ordtr
or Uruit and mail all orders to
The Weekly Journal, Kansas
Hoys and gul, here is your
It 1 Ss, nil fctr cahit.li In I m
9 used in canvauing.
a tafwifg vktjmimb urKtti?r(,ftr aa 1
J. T. RosbrooK
IlKA l.lillS IN
HAY and GRAIN
II. f. r. n. e: City National Hank,
I! ill', 1 115 W et llth Street.
Kansas err V, : : : Mlssm i:i.
Tel. V'l'J I lii kory.
We want jour consignments, id.ai
iuv itui 1 1 j
k ' hum i.ii hi
J UUr Cul'lvapolidelice,
Bolong-a to Royco
Dry Goods Com
pany. Watch it
ROYCE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Tlte rami Implement Co,
IS NOW OPEN
' i aiixT :ro". A
LEE'S LICE KILL
ER and LEE'S EGG
you want for your hogs and
Comprised of Farm Implements,
' Wagons, Carriages. Harness Hard
ware. Fencing Wire, Farm and
FARM IEJIPLEPJIEHT CO.
At a meeting liberally attended by our leading citizens
held on the evening of June oth, al the olliceof Stone
hraker & Son., a soliciting committee was appointed
to solicit the necessary funds with which to meet the
expenses of a genuine new up-to-J oly -4 th, lcj
4th of July Celebration.
The merchants and citizens generally are expected to
' It will requite about $Soo.oo to celebrate according
to Kith Hill's idea of dom,, thing, and having them
done about right. The same gentlemen are at the
head of this movement who so ably and succenkfully
conducted the cclcbiation 3 or cars ago. when they
give as a "tire-woiks" display at niglit "The llattle
of Manilla" No better entertainment was ever given
a people on a like occasion.
Ki:h Hill people progress. They keep tight up-to-date,
tlx rrlure the committee propose 10 give as a
Jjl AT MHUT
THE ERUPTION OE MT. FELEE,
on St. Martinique. Kapid and lively entertainment
will be furnished alt during the day.
Everything looks bright and encouraging for (;ne
crops, and prosperity seems to slAie us in ths Imc,
Last year the drouth throughout the laud naturally
caused a general depression among the whole people.
Things are so much dilicrent tl.ii jear that iJeliLt has
succeeded depiession, and we are sure that the peo
ple are in humor to meet and celrLrate as they should
and a "Hot Time" in the "New Town" will certainly
be had. Every body in adjoining towns and counties
are cordially invited to celebrate with us,
Look out for the large posters.
Make the 'IJiggot and Ucst" jour bcid.piai tcrs
on that occasion, drink our ice wattr and appropiiite
our many conveniences to yorr ubo. You arc wel
come. If you need any hot weather goods of any de
scription for this occasion we have them. A large
stock just received.
Yours for a Uiggcst and lied iclcbiaiit n.
Bioocst and Best." -e- Hicti Hill, llo. "
TO W. K. ROYCK.
sole audits for 1
I .- : -'M -tAl IJCT
attention to j
; ;o-j fr77Ti
poultry at this season. Try it.
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