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Tliat Hnlso Our
Store " Popular.
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The best Kansas Hard Wheat Flour
sold anywJierb or ut any prico. Try a
sack, if it doesn't suit return it only
31.00 per sack.
G!f USE & SfiHDORU'S COFFEES.
Nono better. A free sample to all
who wish to try it. All prices, 15 to
37 1-2 cents a pound.
GII11SE & Si
Wo have just added this line and
they are fine. , --. -, - -
RICH HILL, MO. i - TEL. NO. 42.
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Terr! I le Nrglee.
If a mother Ilirmu'Ji ttinorn me or
ot l.rv )m full" 1" Hi" tiir rtili I some
i.fother's Worm Pa Pip, when tlie 1 1 -Hi-
one hy Hi coated toligne, by Its
ltiM!vl,KnVvt, i,y t pmir.y form,
pale In, IIhI less movements, vnrlii
bie n')'( He. etc., show that. It hn
Drum, Is he not. guilty of ferrllils
neulect? Mother's Worm k.vrup only
riwli i'lft'iitnAiiil iicrt'r tnils to de
stroy iinil eiell all liitesUunl worms
I.ntw nf rain hns Insured, our farm
ers nn excellent corn crop.
Ye scrilsi attended the picnic nt
Rockvllle last Saturday. The picnic
wiirj a jtrHixl rVH. The IxiKpuneh-
ltK nmHionvy weight lirtltiK ly the
uvin!ls wii reinnrknldy gotwl. ! ,
Mr. Kute Henry, hi Jennlnir. ia..
U TWtitiK ler mother, Mr. K. Jhn-ton.
( ur cheese factory ta (loltiR good
hiiHlnea thiit year, The cheio ma-,
ker, Mrlyon. Inforrusu he I Ret
ting more milk now uy uian ior
five yenrw prist. A good nhowtng for
our little Industry,
R. Stelner, who hoa been nfTllcted
with sore eye, Is getting a ltttle tiet-ter.
.Saturday ntght In our regular
prenchlng night. Ererybody coni
out and hear a good wrnion.
A numlier of our young folks at
tended the picnic nt .Uorado
Srings last wek nnd ftll report a
Inrae crowd nnd rlenty or nmnee-
John Ilarti had a cow struck by
lightning Sunday nfteruoou, wlilc.n
rvwulted In Its death.
reople who buy are entitled to the
lieKt and In the long run. the Isent In
the cheniHut. When you go to a
drug store to get dome rough medl
clno, ask for tiooch'a Mextran Syrtip,
the nicest tasting and quickest cure
or coagtm and colds, and a proven
remedy for conmumitlon. IWd ti
timonlal on wrapper aronnd a 20
cnt bottle. . -
:s: Positivdy 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 no more than other mowers. Be
sure to see it before baying. We also handle the Standard Hand and
Self Dump Rakes. See them. ,
Don't forget us on General Hardware. Screen AVire and Doors,
Paint, Oil and Gasoline Stoves, etc. See us for Buggies.
I am afraid If aomejof tlie farmers
don't nmh along some they will run
the hay making Into the corn gath
Mr. Iou Norman, of Denwr,
Colo., Ishcre vlHltlng friends and rel
atives. - '
C S. Bell hna gone to Jasper f"t)..
to nee about bis wheat crop. Before
he started he not only heard that
hay was "'going down."but be was
an eye witnes that some of bis. at
leat, waa "going down" Heed's
creek. The creek Waa higher than
It has been for many years. "
V. C. Wycoff te mourning the lot
of a good horse last week.
Mls Ada Paxton, of near Walker,
haa been the guest of Mrs. A. D. Tax-
ton. She returned home Friday ac
companied by MIrs IJlllan Paxton,
Misses Taylor and Wells, of Keats-
vllle. Mo., are the guests of Miss
Miss Vlra Swearlngen. from Fay
ette. Mo , Is vlHltlng Vr. 1'etty's
Mr. Baling Wood, of NeTada Is
out for a short stay.
Mi Anna Slater and Mr. John
f'onlev, of Kich Hill, were the guests
Sundav afternoon of Mlxs Maile Bell
Mr. llarrldy, has moved from the
Joe Skn-1 farm to the residence he
bought from the widow Johnson.
A black snake has been s-en at the
(iraut place, 12 miles southeast of
Met, that Is 12 feet long and six
Inches through the body. It was so
strong the family was unable to kill
Mr. WhratlcyV Utile daughter.
Mary W(( rjnlfy U k the past week.
Ik liuprovltig. .
MIhh Ina Stfda and Hnimhlnc
lwitd In l!Uh Hill Katnrday and
Sunday. Kuppom) Keith wns quiet
but don't know about Bli h Hill.
O. O. Rfyem had his wheat
threashed last week, averngc Tfl bu
l-r ncre the I test average of any
wheat in thin vicinity, but there Is
some to thresh tet that the owner
think will bent that,
Unite" wm vloltlng In , Keith
Thursday at 4hame place we M ere
at. A certain young lady wanted
to buy Half's driving horse.
So many don't know J. J I. Borron
from B. B. Borron. They do favor
some. Just so i the young ladles
don't make a. mistake, F.d wont
While In town Sunday we went to
hear two sermons, but the clouds
seared the people from tlie church at
night. It must have been the clouds
thre wasen't any rain. Bro. t'ttftey
Invited us to Come back again.
Hope It won't rnln next time. We
went to the First Baptist churcti In
the morning and to tlie Christian
church at night.'
J. Rose-brook bf Kansas City was
In Keith Wdnesday.
O. O. had everybody guessing
where lie went Wednesday morning,
went oft to town all dressed up and
the threshers waiting to thresh his
wheat. We seen In the papers he
was at the Klatterly-Clllesscn wed
ding. Now tlien where had he been
Monday morning? Rather early to
be out riding. , '
MIs Kniiua King was on the sck
list last week.
Another soaking rnln Sunday If
there should bv-A-few more rains
don't know how the farmers will
get tlietr corn gathered. Some of
the stalks la so high now seems like
they'wlll have to ge a step-ladder
to reach the com.
Mr. Frank Martin was driving
fast horse Saturday or It was fast
enough when he could persuade It to
rt along. Wonder If lie was train
lug It for the races?
rf r f
i. In iumm.r can bo prsvortted
its as beofielBl In iumrtr as
j In winter. If you r wiK or
run down, It will build you up.
Sfti fur lw nmvlr.
BCOTT W N , V IwmMa,
MMKl'milHrirl, Ni'W Voik.
& J w nA li nn: nil rtTwrittft.
Ixwls Allison and wife
relatives at rannma Kundny
MIhm lva Ryan has coino home to
r.nt for a fsw wwks.
John lewder has taken unto him
self a wife. He was quietly married
to Miss Ida llernea of Panama.
May Joy and happiness Ih their com
panions through life.
Mrs. Judge afiirch returned from
niiM'r. Iowa.. Friday, where she
has Iiecn visiting her brother, Jim
Powers and other relatives the past
month. The Judge looks quite
smiling and happy again.
Miss Delia Pearson of Mullierry
was vlwltltnr .Misses itannnu imi
and Kdna Jones a few days liu-t
Mrs. Win. Roliertson Is slowly re
covering from a seven; Illness.
The Irvln Brothers of Rich Hill are
threshing at Ityan's and Zelllnols.
Mr. Cook, nal estate agent of the
Hill was a business visitor to our
neck o' woods Friday.
Mm, lUn Davis and children are
spending this week with relatives.
A number ' our young people
were Invited to a lawn social ot the
beautiful home of Ml Mary Pear
son Saturday night.
Owing to the rnln Sunday evening
Bro. Pyle of the North Methodist
church In the Hill, did not till his
appointment here. He will 1
anxiously looked for next Kundny as
we all love to have him witu us find
enjoy his sermon
O. O. Myers wheat wna goixl, 11X
bushels to the 40 acres. By the way
that's a hoax about O. tl. Ulna
married. But U wont le the next
time the report Is circulated and It
wont be long either.
Some of onr farmers are the queer
est people. Last year they grumblet
terriisr a4out that drouth. Now
this year, (which is llto iHff seasv
able we have had for years) they ar.
divided between the fear that
)! turn dry before the late corn Is
made and J'Jt will rain too imir
And ri ti.ii t now
(he corn Is so tall and thick tlie "hoot
owls" wre "liojlerlug', In It all day
and there Is great a k if hay l
reaily put up H over the country
Cares Blood Poison, Cancer, Ul
cers,, Pxepjaf Carbuncles, Etc
M edict n f?r?C
if yon have offensive pimples or
eruptions, nicer on any part of the
body, ailing bones or Joints, falling
hair, mucous patctyee, ewolcn glands,
skin .Itches and burns, sQrc or
gums, eating, festering son-s, sharp,
gnawing pains, then you suffer from 1 d the
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senous uiutxi X!inn ur ue m-K
nlng of deadly caneer. Yon may lie
permanently cured by taking Botan
ic Blood Balm (li. H. B.I made ea
peclalljr to cure tta worst blood and
skin diseases. It kills the poison in
the blood thereby giving a healthy
blood supply to the affected parts,
heals every sore or ulcer, even deadly
cancer, stops all aches and pains and
reduces a'l swellings. Botanic PJood
Pal in cures all malignant blood
troubles, such a ecieina, scabs and
stales, plmpk-s, running sores, car
buncles, scrofula, etc. Kspcvlnlly- ad
vlsetl tor oI obstinate ens that
have reached tlie atcond or thlnl
stage. Drngglstrf, fl. To prove Jt
cures, Bample of Blood Ilalm sent
free and prepaid by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa, JYscrlbe
trouble and free medical ml vice senf
In waled U tU r.
Our sale on summer dress goods has hrcn nicro than
we expected. We Kill have a large line in beautiful
wash fabrics that we must close out to make room fur
fall goods. ,
Plain and fancy parasols ot greatly reduced prices. 1
We ate making SPECIALS of these articles, so
come In and make your selection and enjoy the comfort
they will give you. ,
SUMMER FELT HATS.
An assortment of the New Styles and Colors just
received. You will want one. :
ROYCE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
SUCCESSOR TO W. K. ROYCE.
When you awake In the morning
feeling like the end of a tuWpciit !U
your mouth full of fir ami your so
full of regrets, take Ris ky Mountain
Tcij. J-Jreat medicine. Auk your
We are going to cfean up our entire line of
Ladies' Shirt Waists, this season's styles,
at the following prices:
50 cent Ladies' Colored Waists for 38c.
75 cent Ladies' Colored Waists for...- 48c.
73c white pleated
sertion for -
waists with embroidery in
... , 5$c
$1.00 white Gibson
waists, all-over embroidery
$1.00 ladies white pleated waists, with embroidery
insertion, for yc.
$1.75 ladies' white Gibson waists, with all-over
embroidery fronts, for, ...1.1.....! 1.29
$2.00 ladies white tucked waists, with lace inscr
Jion, low neck and short sleeves, a regular
beauty, for..: L'L. . 1.39.
Don't forget our Summer Wash Goods
at the reduced prices, : t :
L. MtX1SS0' 10 . NSniR & COMPANY. I
J. T. RosIirooK
HAY and GRAIN
Kefvrriice: City National Bank.
lUoia?, West 11th Street,
K ANSAS ( i l k. I i MISSOURI,
Tel. tr Hlctory.
Wo want your consignments, ittsii
WASTKO. Cauvasslng agents to
who have had sjihily niimWul rx-
IM-rience la selling booVs. tu travel In
ithe Interest if eiiqiojiiig and train.
! lug other canviuMs-rs. Will pay both
njilary and roinmlnslon with tlc
flew to making the Income from tlie
later July. State fully length of ex-
pttrU m, uame and number tf lasiks
sold, time cugatfuil, etc. Nous but
can vuoacrs ol suc-.-w(gj es-riei
and capacity for training aiul hand
Hug mn nel apply. Address,
! (JUARAVm; PCBLISHIXO CO..
tl North Second Ut., tir. Il is, Mo
BEST FOR THE
si tcLSso;? 10 w. ii, nsism & company.
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OUDER OP PUBLICATIOX.
State of Missouri.
County if Bate. ""
In tin Circuit Conrt of Bates County,
lllsMourt. In vacation, July 0th
l!i2. J. U McConnell. Plaintiff,
vs. Jacob Arnold, Defendant.
Now at this day roines the plain
tiff herein by his attorneys. Temple
ton A llnk-s, nnd flic his is-tltlon
and nrTldnvlt. alleging among other
things, that defendant, Jacob Arnold
Is not n resident of the State of Mis
WAief 1-114.01 It is ordertsl by the
ChTk, In actjon. tititl siJd defend
ant Is liotfl.-d by publleatfou iluti
plaintiff has coinmeuceil suit
against him In this court, the object
and general nature ot which Is to ol-
taln a decree from this court, under
the provisions of Section ft,M of the
Bcvlm-d Statutes nt Missouri I!,
iioi)f)riiiliig his title to the following
it- rtlsd real estate, lying and ls-
tug sltuateln BatosCiiuuty, Missouri
to wit: The west ouc.hutf nt tlu:
northwest quarter of s.ctlon twenty
four (24 i, of Township tliirty nlm
(.18), of Range thirty-three (33), and
that the record tltk" to dald
land ls ertect-d in said plaintiff,
and that uiiW-ss the said Jncoli
Arnold be and Hpsnr at this court
at the next term thereof, to Is) IvjiUif
and holden at the court house, tu the
city of Butler, in said county, on t be
lltbdayof KovemiM-r next, and an
swer or plead fo the petition In said
cause, the name w 111 Is f n tir it as con-
ti-SM-d.aud Juilgnu'Ut will Is- reitdefed
Ami is; It lurtis-r orih rn. that a
Copy lien-ol ! pii!ll"lieil, u-conlliig
to law, lit 1 in 1 iiiitiiie, a mikij
hw:"'r prlnt-! hikI ikiIiIUIuhI In
The N. D. Thompson Publishing
Company, well-known publishers of
St. IsjuIs. have, to use the language
of the St. Iail Republc, "scoojs-d"
tje United States (ioveniment In the
publication ij "The Jefferson Bible,"
concerning which tUero Las vn
such spirited dlscuHsiuu In and out of
ConguMi, Jf, as was stated In the de
bates of C'ongrwats, 4hw will be a call
for fire million coae of this work, It
111 prove a publishing and business
hit ot unusual miignltiide. They ad
vertlse In another column of this Is.
sue for solicitors ami general agents
for tills nnd other publications. They
offer salary and llls-ral commissions
to extsieiiccd or capable canvassers.
They offer, also, to pn-wiit to any
one sending the addrvsw-w of a few
canvassers an art work In colors
as descrlN'd In advertisement.
Sunday School Csteclmm, 30
M and Denediction, ivt Sunday
of ujbnib, foijo . 111.
Mt anil uciiegicuon 4rniium;ay
of mouth, 3 a. ni.
C. M, ScANtAM, Paktor.
Walnut Street M. K. Church.
There will be preaching si the
Walnut Sueet M. li. Church ticxi
Sunday at 11 a.m. and 8 p. 111.
fcmidiiy toclfO'd at 9145 m.
Junior Leaeue, 4 rjo V- Hi
Epworth League at 7 p. in.
W. T. Pvt. as. Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church.
There will be no preaching tr.
vice during the month ol August.
Other icryicet a follow:
Sunday School at a. Ui.
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. ni.
Senior Endeavor at 7 p. m.
W. li. Chancki.i.oh,
MIsMotirl, fur four
wn-ka silrieiw,in-iy, Ihu Jnsertioa
fifU-elt du iH ,,ie li,u 1
tlte i xt term if the I
EAT EM LIKE CANDY
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V.kl I"1!'; U-
r lw.. ni tu.
to Is at least
first day of
A. B. M'litt H'K,
A trik' copy of I4e ftff'')'
Witness my ln 1,' J Mud fhe
K- t4 ti,l1ll Oil f. ;UI (,
llrttes collil)', l.iHij Jill
trs-ill t 01 JUi.v, lisi..
A. B. LUliWICK.
ml itrt w (i.iiii i u.a
f M W4h. Hrf.M l . . r.., a.l.t.
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wm.UU .A Mlf fV.r I UI..." im "r.
i' Kali. IMtlMiiwM k".4kf
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li;ST8S UMIHlOil PO.
HabMM ruiu, ra.
$ Put if or t
I Business, i I
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We're goin the right way to get it, if it takes all
summer. , ,
To have the bsst is the aim of the progressive dealer o'
to-day. Oar Golden Crown and Pirst Premium Flour is
head and shoulders above all others for High Quality,
Easy Selling and Fancy Baking. Prices -and quality are
an attractive combination. Wc offer the highest possible
quality at the lowest consistent price.
Housewives everywhere prtier this flour because it is
50 nutritious and wholesome,
Its flavor is appetizing.
It insures better tread and more to the dollar than any
It Rives the highest results at lowest expense of lime,
temper and money.
It never varies from its high standard of purity and ex
cellence with every sack goes our guarantee of quality.
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THE BIGGEST AND BEST
Are FLOODING the market with up-to dale IhU
season's goods at prices so low (hat they look like
the flood after it has gone down.
DON'T MISS THIS GREAT
CLEAN-UP SAL E.
We spre Invoicing and are placing bargains on
the bargain counter every day, Hee these offerings:
POIK DK SOIK TleUlX. BRILLIANT BATIdTIX
Most claliornte stjles and Nice summer weight f.-tlni.-s,
coloring. This Cloth has Is-ell All Hew. tirllit, this season's
retailed at .'sir. styles, were s ami We.
tlean-Pp Price ...S.V. Cleai'i-t'p 1'ii.e Tf.
SILK I'ONUINKTft4.. CHALLIKH, LAWN,
Tills sensoil's lie West Color- DIMITIL
lugs. A great value tor l'-V. Not so very nwinv of them
leiili-l p I'rlie ....''. left, ('lit nil this se;won' tye
and worth and
KtJYI'lIAN TISSl'K Cleau-Pp Pt-k-e rtr.
, AMKK1CAN ZKBHYH
I he iiiom popular line of oiviitina
wm)i foois on the market, tois t J II A MM
al a s sells for 4wavs jjood and worth Vk;
OurtVan l pBiU., u. ,,,.,.,; l-rt,;..'.,..,'..!.;.
MKIU F.RlZl i) PAIMLLIONS BLACK AND WHUK
A very t..,t r cloth nnd hand BATLITKA
suiiiu l les, worth
Clean-Up Price U'V'. WUU' .Krt""'
' ' MKun-s, dot and str!es, tlU
wiiniiii iiiovt st, lif.ii fabric.
BATlslKH AND DIMIIIKS. "'1 iloth mils f'i now la
city stores for I'.V
Cotirtniii d st v les, a comiilctc ', ' ., ,. , ...
Ilaw.i colorl-.Ks, t hi s, ., Joi.'s r t ieaut'p price pjy,
greatest s.lel, iioih worlli 1
l.s than :) its. LACKi ami KMHROHKK1K-S.
Clean-Up Price 11c.
mmmmmm mmmmmmm, m . Value you cannot match
!)1N. FUiUBKD DIMIT1KS ""y l'1'"'t''
AND S W I SS K 1.
'. , , FANCY HOSIKRY.
Mostly colored grounds, ..
Were great values at 1-V. Cleaning up what we have
Clean-up Price Tc. lUllctiluul.v cheap.
CARPETS, CURTAINS, PORTIERS.
We expect hLOQLiS IJF PUl'l,li in the next
few days- to take udvantage cf LOW TIDE
Pit ICES. : J t t J
DiOOCStandCcst. 4- Siicti Ilili, MoT
Hi? YOUR BLOOD CLEASI
tj P. Jt. Ll'DWKfc., D. C.