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Why Do We Do
The Most Business?
Simply because we have the clean
est, best stock of Groceries in town,
nnd sell the cheapest.
Can you beat "GOLDEN FAT-
FA'T" nf jnV' K1r.nr at 1
We are equally low on all Groceries
dcIIiDDEQ GROCER GO.
nidi HILL, MO. TEL. N0.42
Wi 1. Tygnrd whs iu early en Her
In tliU vicinity r-i'im'iiy illumine.
Viewing the fine crops.
Mr. flinl Mr. .I'liiirn ; u ti hi t' at
tended prvai hln nl Piinaliiu Smul.'i v
Mr. Craig nnd wife lihv moved In
the hoiiAu recently ru-nted by P.mery
John King and the chill nre hav
ing tussle. Wo vent urn to say
John will como oat victorious.
I). 1. Uoop Sundnyed lit Bloh 1 1 ill
Cutting corn Is nil l)u go now
with the farmers, Haven't ht-;ril of
anyone? getting lout lu the. high
K. 1. Borron went to Foster Wed
nesday. Peeing after his farm.
We haven't seen any frot-t yet, but
wvr ral parties say there wim hoiik',
Some of you fieri be may nay wo
wasn't up In time to see It, but we
Mrs. Benedict nnd daughter, Miss
renrl, and son, Frank, ot Kich Hill,
were pleasant visitors at I'nclelke
Mrs. Fannie Colerann and three
children, who have loeu visiting nt
Jnim Shumate's the past few wcckn,
k-ft for their home In Johnson coun-
ty, Saturday morning.
J. K. BvJarnett and Don Hand
were so busy working on the bam,
they couldn't take time to go to
town Saturday. Perhaps political
epcaklng wouldn't Just suit them.
James Sherman nnd family spent
Suuday at Frank Burkholder. Mr.
Sherman has recently moved from
Nevada to Rich Hill.
J. A. Borron, Sr., wna cm the sick
list last week. Is couvuk-sccnt now.
Mr. P.-.-I.T wns ttfll v'i-tn(f some
Iilco apples In our 1 Ij.hl'OI lioivd Sat
urday for tin- sin. til kuiii of fo.t.v
i rill i IV 1 1 .ihIm-1. w Mi ll In ( ill to roll" 'It
a 1.1." tlii. tcir,
Mr. Wear, of id has I a hoi;s I'd
out- of nlxly. All the rest died of
Word linn reach. 1 licit' i 'f the) seri
ous condition f Mrs. McCoy, who
lives Just, thU side 'f th river bridge.
Her dl-vuse Is consumption, nnd It Is
thought hIio lias not much longer to
Mr. Hall, of Itlch 1 1 tit. has moved
Into the WatkbiM house at Shol'.
It, Is thought our young friend,
Andrew Wilson, U now on the way
to rapid recovery, tinat thanks In
duo his attentive physician, lr.
lloyliitun, also Ms klud b londs who
hi-hsil inirH' liiin. Kspoilally Mr.
J. hu Cole, who was untiring In his
Carlo Wheatlcy has sot a shliiln
example for our farmers to follow In
cutting hedjie and weeds. Carlo now
has his foiieos lu tip-top shape.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis attended the
funeral of Mr. John Samples, of Pan
ama. Sunday. Mr. Samples has a
numk-r of frlonds hen.' who wt're
giv.it'.y '.Kked to hear vl his death.
Mr. "Shitkiii' A for" Is visiting lu
oiir n. l'lilHii luiod and iiivosa heai t.r
shake to every one he meets tnat
makes their tooih chatter for about
Like riinnlji brotA, llic
i''l Llood that Hows through
i lie viiiis luis to come hum,
The fjuiiv-s of red Mood arc
found in the soft core of the
Incites called the marrow r.nd
time say red blood also cornea
from the spleen. 1 lealthy liont:
.larrow and healthy spleen
ire full of fat.
Scott's Kmulsion makes now
-load by feeding the bone
narrow and the spleen with
:? richest of all fats, the pure
od liver oil.
b'or pale school prls and
avalids and for all whose
.lood is thin and pale, Scott's
'nvalsion is a pleasant and rich
.lood food. It not only feeds
lu: blood-making organs but
,!vcs tl.em strength to do
heir prope r work.
?-'.vl f -i' ft- r.rnpV
SCOTT A lIUM'Xli, Clicmto.
lhi"lMiui, New fork,
yjc auvI i.ao; all Umgiti.
We have moved to the
Harkins Block, 5 doors
east of the Rich Hill Bank.
Call on us in our new
quarters and we will try
to please you in our line.
ENCH -GSR OS
Dn does not make the person.
Nor does a clean exterior Indicate a
clean Interior. To be well all organ
ot the body must work In harmony.
Rocky Mountain Tea does tola work
Ak your druggist.
Quite a number Irom here went to
Rich Hill Saturday to listen to the ,
Republican speakers and Ftvmed ,
greatly pkased with what thoyj
heard. We ltepnblirtuis are alright
And have some excellent men nomi
nated, who are going to make our
Democratic friends "get up and hus
tle." Already they (the Democrats!
are beginning to talk about "doing
missionary work," and that moans
win someone over which sounds a
If they think they are going to need
help at the coming election.
Emory Slvlls sustained quite a bad
bruiso on one of his feet while at
work on the Griggs strip pit one day
C'Ioi7 E3resr Goods!
AHSkiu and Hlood Diseases
Mrs. M. I.. Adams, Fredonla. Ala.
took P.otanSc Plotul Palm which ef
fectual! v cured an eating cancer of
the noe an 1 f.ice. The sore heated
up pel -fectly. Many doctors had gl v
en up her case as liopi-less. Hundreds
of tiiw of cancer, eating sores, nup-
peratin;? swellings, etc., have Urn
enred ty M.m(1 I'.alin. Among others
Mrs. 11. M. (Juorney, Warrior Stand
Ahi. U'-T noso and lip Mere ravv as
Uvf, with offeiiMive discharge from
the eating sore. Doctors advised
cutting, but it failed. Blood Balm
healed the sorvs. nud Mrs. tiueruey
Is as vell us ever, Potaalc Blood
Balm also cures eczema. Itching hu
mors, scat's and st ales, bone pains,
ulcers, offensive pimples, blood pois
on, curbuneles, scrofula, risings and
bumps on the fckin and all blood
troubles. Druggists, fl per large
bottle Sample of Botanic Blood
Balm free and prepaid hy writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, tin, lv.
scrilie trouble iud special medical
advice sent lu sealo.1 letter. It Is cor
tninlv worth while luvestlgatiat;
such a remarkable remedy, as Blo.nl
Balm cures the most awfu), wort
und most de'p-soat'd bloisl disea .
JAMES' CASH GROCERY!
PARLOR SUIT GIVEN AWAY.
Look Over Your Coupons; Sec it You Have
The Lucky Nutntcr
Have you 6ceu our new, cobby, novelties ia
LADIES' WOOL WAISTINGS?
It not, why not give u a chance to show
you a new stylish lot of waist fabrics in the
latest popular shades
A handsome lot of Flannels, 37 inches wide, In
litbt blue, pink, old rose, tan, royal blue, green,
red, and black. A great bargain. Trice
A nobby fabric in a hair line stripe Flannel, tj
inches vsidc, in green, blue, red and black, per
An excellent line of French Flannels, ia l.ght blue,
turquoise, pink, red, old rose, brown, and white
in plain colors and stripes, per yd. 00c
A beautiful lot of wool waist fabrics ia pink, bluet,
tan, grey, red, and green, peryd 75c
Don't overlook the fact we are showing all tba
swell novelties in fall dress goods at the right
No. ai wins Parlor Chair.
No. 9999 wins Rocking Chair.
No. 146 wins the Divan.
No. 6513 wins the Easy Chair.
No. 764 wins the I'arlor Chair.
siccissoa io i. H. f is::m & company.
The numbers above mentioned are the lucky numbers
that draw the handsome parlor suit which has been on exhibition
t my store the past two months. I will stiil give coupons with
each 35c purchase at my store, for which we will redeem in
handsome gold traced Cbinawaie. Hut the furniture deal wilt
Trade at James' Cah Grocery where you can get nice
Chinaware absolutely free of charge uith coupons you save
from each purchase of 33c. We quote just a few prices below?
f LOUR AND FEED.
50 lbs Crystal Flour, the best, $.100
50 lbs Morning Glory Flour .90c
100 lbs It ran - ' ,jc
100 lbs good Shorts
7 lbs New Rolled Oats.... ,35
6 Iba Lrok'.n Rice jj
5 lbs Whole Rice..... .15
4 lbs best Rice .25
4 cans Greenwich Lye. 35
10 lbs Rood Coffee $ 1 .00
8 lbs special Coffee . 1 .00
7 lbs Our Leader Coflce 1.00
5J1 lbs Java Blend 1.00
Miss Nannie Neat of Keith, was a
pleasant caller at this ofi'.oo Tc-sday.
Mrs. llol.t. Burns loft Tuesday
ni-.'ht for an extended visit to I-r
mother lu western Canada.
Tun Timn'MC acknowledges tin
receipt of a supply of wedding cake
from the Hood Swearlngen wed
Holla Crabb of Rich Hill, board
the train hero, yesterday for l'aola to
attend the fair Pleasantou Bu tor-
Mrs. S. W. Bell of Meta. went to
Jefferson City Monday to attend the
conference of iheM. B. Church.Sotitl;
and to vi.-It relatives.
Mr. Jake lllrnl. of the PapiusvIHc
nelghl.'orhool, attended the rally
here Saturday. He made Tiik Tki
iuc"E a pleasant call nud had hi
subscription set ono year ahead.
Miss Martha Watson and ('has
Craig were married lnt nUht at to
home of the bride's parents. W
did not get particulars. In time for
this lsue. but will give an account
Rev. IjiNeil Scott of the M. V..
Church, South, has Ki ll transferred
from the. Southw.-st MUsutirl ton
feremv to St. Joseph, hro hollas
Isvii assltlnod as pastor of tVuten
Cnnuliu Kts-ky Monnt.'iln Tea made
by the Madison Medicine Co., Is
made of ran and costly hei-Us not
found In any other preparation,
therefore tet the kind you read
about.. Ask your DrugUt.
Two nun, Nat Giurge nnd (u
I WliitU v. tnj;3j,''rd in an altrrcation
jat I'anjnia last Sunday, aiul in tbe
: mix-up that followed, Wiiitley cut
' George o badly, that it was thought
j at tmt he would die, but he i rc
! ported KCttinj; better. Whitley left
j for other t-ccnes and h.u not yet
been apprehended. Isota aic men
Mtuiis, SccUh NovfiticsZilokncs, Cholols, Serges,
Ht Ugh Prices.
54-in. very handsome Scotch no.c!ties, worth $1,50, for 1.25,
Heavy Meltons, now shades, worth $1.33 for fc.
Green, navy wino and giey, .f 4 i n . all wool Serges, worth
75c, for 50c.
New Outine,, Tgurcd and plain, for 5c and Hc.
You can ve money in your winter supplies of all kinds at
Royce Dry Goods Co.
We have unquestionably the best shoes for the money that
are sold in this market. See our $1.50 and ji.oo goods.
Our clothing Men's and boys suits, $3.50 to $10.00 per
suit. These are bargain values.
ROYCE DRY GOODS GO.
srccp.ssou to w. k. royci:.
The Bio Shed With the Red Eront!
Farmers, you have such big crops you will need Lumber
and building material to fix your crib? and fix up in ct n
eral. We need your MONEY 10 buy more LUM
BER FOR YOUR ACCOMODATION.
why net bring in a little money and exchange it with us
lor a big load of Lumber, Shingles, Lime, Cement; hard
plaster, sand, paint, anythingyou want. Iook for "The
Big Shed with the Red Front." Yours Truly,
UUHIiamson G Montgomery.
Home Visitors Kxcurslous.
Via the Mis.oun Pacific laihvay.
Che:' round trip ticket to Ohio,
r.nd i..di..::.i, one fare plus $i br
the round trip. On sale Sept. 2, 9,
16, and i. Return limit 30 days.
Don't Be Fooled!
VV'vA ROCKY MOUNTAIN TtA
( jf Yf-'l Md Mly y M4!nn Medl
('.T jg, All cm C. M.aimn. Wt. M
V Cj'v7 T" n. Our tna
V ' " ( m.cls t (ch patk.KC.
i ;-f . "tif. j t. N.r n-t4
rt i buik. Accrrt mm M.bii
MM..i,im IkI. .r doitiil.
We will have excursion tickets on
ale daily during the months of
June, July, August and September
to summer teuiut points in Mimic
i.ota, Michigan and WUcointil, at
one fare plu $J.oo for the routul
llip. R. A. LI VILEV, Agent.
List Your Property Now.
If jou dr!re to dispose cf your
farm, let 11:; s-tll it f .r you. If 3 ou
want to exchange it for good land
in western Kansas, and get three to
ix acre lor one, I will make an
effort to da so. 1 will be at Hotel
Lee in Adrian, Mo., Sept. 15; at the
Merchants Hotel in Rich Hill.Sept.
12, W. O. Atkeson's Law Oilice in
Butler, Sept. 13. Conic in on the
above dates and list your property,
or write me, Rising full description,
price and terms, I think I can sell
or exchange your farm for you if
the puce is right. Cheap transpor
tation to Western Kansas Sept.t6.
L D. Aikio.v,
Sunday School Catechism, 9:30
Mass and Iicncdiction, 1st Sunday
of month, 10:30 a. rn.
Mass and Benediction 3rd Sunday
of month, S a. m.
C. M. Scam. an, Pastor.
$ LADIES' 27 INCH JACKETS
Walnut Ktreel M. V.. Church. "
There will be preaching at the
Walnut Sticet M. E. Church next
Sunday at 1 1 a. m. and S p. ni.
Sunday School nt )'. a. in.
Junior League at 1:30 p. ni.
F.pworth League at 7 p. n.
I'rayer meeting Thursday, S p.m.
W. T. I'll IS. l'astor.
first I'reshj teriun Church.
There will be pieacbing service
next Sunday at 11 a.m. and Sp. m.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. 111.
Junior r.udcavor at 3 p. 111.
Senior Endeavor at 7 p. nt.
W. II. C11 AM ti.1.011,
loo ft best Fuse .
6 lbs Navy Leans
6 lbs California 1'ink Uens
4 lbs Lima Ucans
7 lbs good Prunes
ajii iua New California Peaches.
2''i lbs New California Apricots
3'y'i lbs New California Raising
Westphalia Hams, lb.,
3 lbs good Lard
7 lbs best Lar,
I large can pink Salmon
1 2 ban L) nil Soap .
I gal. new Sort,h itn
Sunday school at 9:45 a
1 1 a.
S p. m.
R R Con rv, Pastor.
Tbe sbove prices arc only a few cf o-ir bargains. I'very
tliioj we handle is a bargain. We gutraiiti e pines to bn be
low oipetition, Wc ssanl c ur butitr, 'i'n and tl.i.kens;
will pay as much as any one in the city, ia i ,i-.!i, trade or an
order to a dry goods store.
James' Cosfi Grocery.
To Michigan and Indiana. On
October 3 to 6 the Frisco line wii!
sell tickets to certain puii.ts in Mich
igan and Indiana, at one fare for
the round Inp, good to return till
Nov. 3. For further patticu'ars ste
local agrnt or Phone No. 11.
Ji. T. LaUaiibiuhh, Agt.
I WANTIMi A 1 lit oi( 1 uv i.r.s
' tl. Diiill or lady lu em h i-onnty tn
iiiaiian liiwtiics f ir an ol I 0M.1I-i.-ihc-l
lii'ti".- i f solid flnalu I'll t.ilii)
lug, A MPiiiiht, Imiia Ililn .ikly
euh oid-'ir)-of flvon ptild hy ilrk
ea'-li W.mIii. nil.i v wllli nil e. hh-iM
dirH t fi'oiii lienil-i'iiii ti rs. Money
leli lino' I lor 1 ja iiw t. Miiiii'i-r,
I'M 'atoil V-&., 1 hi. iiK'i.
Briui your Job ssoik l- Tiiu
watteait yck back,
Kersey, all wool, coat collar, mercerised lined
throughout, new cufl sleeves and handsomely tailored.
Colors: Carter, red and black. This is a coat that we
are talking strongly on.
A S7.50 Valuo for S5.00.
LADIES' 27-INCH JACKET.
Kersey, all wool, coat collar, yoite back, full cut!
sleeves, mercerized lined, good pearl buttons, and nicely
stitched. Colors: Castor, Roal and black. Regularly
sel l at $to.eo, our pike - S7.50
LADIES' 27-INCH JACKET.
llijjli Rradc, all wool, heiM-y, vclm colUr, yoked
back, twenty rows cf stitching, elegantly satin lined and
vi ry handsomely taiiott d, CoIur, bl.t castor only. A
splendid value, $10.00-
45-INCH MELTON. ,
Gibson !lctt, halt tight luting back, extra full cuff
sleeves, Oxlutd Only. A good thing lor S10.001
Highest K'''e, velvet collar,
Oxford only, extremely stl lih
Ytlvcl collar, hull tight tittmg back, lull cufl sleeve,
only. - 7.50
55-INCH NEW MARKET.
lukc bach, in OaIoiJ oni. U.:idcilly a bargain
The very newest coats. An elegant assortment of
these ranging In price fiom S7 G0 t0 $15'
Wc mention only a very few garments. We have the
test selected 6tock that we ever carried.
Tlie most ol these goods are samples, bought st one
thud oil cf wholesale puce.
We have Children's Reefers and long coauin agts 4
to 1 4 years, and at from 75c to $7 50 each. All new and
too Uiany to describe.
FUFvG1 AH that is new in furs. A larger and mere
cuinpie to stock olfursthan we have ever bad the pleasure
of showing to the people, 'iht.se are positively this
season's purchase. None ol them tarried over front last
season. We aie confident that wo have what the people
want in thise, both in price and quality, tberelore it will
will be a pleasure to show thrni to you. Truly,
""I'JlGOCStaniiCcst. liithllill, Mo.