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OPERA DRUG AND
D. 6. MICKEY, Proprietor
Operations? Bldg. Rich Hill, Mo.
Snow Inst Friday.
The poM office at Athol hat been
I'ring your Job woik to The
Major it v,
A. G. Hank, ton,
I. C Hanley,
The newest pattern in shirt
wm tit (lric at The Haiaar.
I". M. Martin and family have
returned to the (arm.
Editor Alkeson, of the Central
West was in town last Friday.
Chat. It. Sloan it rapidly recov
ering from Lit recent severe illnm.
' Mrs. Kittf Creasey and Frank
Ralston are now clerking for Loeb
... . Mrect Commissioner
The t i'y election paned off pj
elly. Much interest was manifested
and yet little over half the vote cd
the city km polled. The lollow
ing shows tiie result 5
N. W. S. V.
. M. Griffith, 220 20)
II. W. Lancaster, 172 140
Hantcson's plurality, 50
Jamet JShepperd, 2
Mr. Ed Newsome of Duller,
pent Sunday fteinoon in this
(jet a pair of celebrated shoe
Brown's, from The Hazaar, for
Take the evening Frisco train
and connect at l'lcasanton with the
new fast trsio for Kansas City.
Kev. Wesley Lattin preached
most excellent sermon it the Wal
nut Street M. E. Church last Sun
Mr. I'ele Harney hat told hit
home place on east Fine street to
Mr. J. M. Gross, who hat taken
possession of her new home.
Another tmall stable blare
brought out the (ire bo)t latt Sun
day night about 7130, The 'table
belonged to Mrs. Simpson.
Kev. W. T. Ilet and son tie.
patted last Saturday noon for hi
t.ew appointment at Marionville,
Mo. Mis. Pyleswrnt to Virginia,
was in the city last Thursday on
Dr. J. Homback. of mctz, made
The Tkirunk a pleasant call
while in the city last week.
Recorder T. K. Lisle was in the
city last Friday attending a meeting
of the board of fair directors.
Harry Drown, postal clerk, was
in town Saturday visiting his
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Drown.
A Rood four room bouse in a
desirable locality in Rich 1 1 ill for
tale at 1 300. Inquire at thit office.
Misses Eflie and Deulah Mellick,
of Horton, were in the city last
week, the guests of Miss Ida
Attorney A. J. Smith, of Adrian,
has been made a D. C L. by the
Nashville University so ayt the
A. D. Holloway purchased the
grocery ttock of Ed Whitehead
last week and combined it with his
own on Park Avenue.
J. hi. Hurst and family have re
cently returned to Rich Hill to
reside aod are cordially welcomed
by their numerous friends.
Mr. Thos. M. Orr and family
will soon remove to Lawton, Okla
homa. We regret to lose such
good people lrom our midst.
Dr. Whipple, ot Pleasant Gap,
was in the city last Thursday at
tending the Hogden Medical So
ciety of -which hjta member.
The Rich Hill Post Office re
ported the laigtst amount of busi
ness lor the quarter ending March
31st in the history of the oilice,
Mrs. Jas. A. Drown has returned
from her visit to Danforth, where
Mr. Drown it located in buiness at
superintendent of the coal mines at
Mist Helen Houghten ha re
turned from West Plains and will
emain with her patents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. W. Houghten this spring
The worst snow storm of the
season occured last Friday morning
from about five o'clock to neatly
twelve. The altcruoon was clear
and bright and by night the snow
Mr. Geo Motion has been ap
pointed Genctal Passenger and
Ticket Asent o( the? M. K. Jv. T.
W. D. Rolcy,
J. W. Waller,
O'Neill's plurality, 06
Jas. B. Watson, 2S3
N. W. Ballhncu, 104
China at cost at The Uasaar.
So Tom O'Neil got there. We
knew he would.
When it comet to running for
otXice Jim Sheppard it a success.
Mist Lorns Griggs took the noon
train jesterday (or Kansas City.
Rember you can get china at
cost at The Uizatr.
Col. W. A. Newton is in
city on a snort isit.
Fred Cane cook a trip to Eutler
' n 1 t r v t c
Mr. lb'. f:wr ! rT.rjs-.! t ! I r I
Mrs. WirLa. 'A V h Mi;!. rT.t !l
srk ri.'Mnj Mn. If-t.r7 II-r.
I- IV Vrrton w in tt-jtV-r f atnr-
Ja-!jr llrrli rry Va h'i.
9 iip .' m'n -it
We think lut Frt'lay w.ortilnjf ru
ittiit (MrM-bie a morrilna; aui
on U Vs'otf ra.aU. tr,ov hc k to
Jl: rt rLmAtr. tA rh H::i.
stitM at Xhf Ajrr k-im KaturlAr
Wm l.nnaa) Tl'i;u rtrt!-v! a
a tt'l V tu ari VtavW i1$tt.
ilr. YA AfT 1 Mr. Jim ir.VrUf
wfevrrtaw. Aa we bx.krd out 4 from Wymi!8 wlmr be ta Irn
the v iudow we thought of the oor ; fjt tin.
Hlnsi tlittt liisd to ! ont In tUel ... , .... f.v ,- .., , A
term. We werf tbnnkful we Lave
. .......... ... , ma4 morr out frf ti.w.m,, t--
or.urve. but we bad one or two MoDiUy. TbU,r.. sUle pot
n,.U ahead tbat day. too m. ! to serj- Bch over ttern
We forgot to nvt-ntlon laat week . tH.ttm- taTe ta4 a ene Utoe.
that Chan- Fwlor and wife had re
ttirri'il from the south looking fine
and f lintf wt-tl, Tby bad a fine,
ec:itvnini?i our tohi peojie u!itt thnresi tbet"rta?
goto i:i U UUI haturany. wt not (
one of them aMd to us eome and go. ;
My, tmt watit th-sta ahow uUrrm
Frt'layt io-t tle a;srV- tnv-fc Jot
Mr. Ike Ksratnwi ad law!! r-nt
wvrnl Jnya tWtlmc fUtre la
Worl.ir.1. Ut week.
Mr. a&d Mra Tbctuaa Olvin are
rJ'Vlnsr over t ! arrtvai 4 a foe
A e-rtIa yoiajj l!y wa twtifia; ;
father A ott the ltm lA 1T hnr.
bntUeal!l It would hare 1ets k kh illtl-
raw h win V b had lt hr I Hr. in- il.i fr ixut A hrf I-
ImitAU d'uor IwA&j 4
aa to ta tU tatt.! aeta wee
U!aoie Tj Annsm. fleVmaa.
Wut. I-Vt I Was. r f-Ua 1.
Mr. Ky-r rlenvl frosa kit ijViAl
dctVa la Misoeota J'asyla.j- sist.
Mr. Ufia Flmlaa; V -?3Ttag
A! wt ta t, aal t -
aareJj- tie ieiaet espwrtM M'.ziaM tA
tie etka. arr5r-j FrVlaj- a&orBSaj.
As the t'ina waa wA t-.Ciwd I t
any lr-ii;i weatber. we atxa fcare
h'1 of tbla l4issf a ywwl IrsJt ywar.
Ia aaotheT week ti ear!y froit tr
C It La f i3 tJooTa.
P it a i K s
ew -! Seii . a
- a) Vt , r-, n C -e
f--w4 UMlt, n,,'y s ,'"
nt:T Tt p. rf;nft vii hei;e
Wr rjfT P 4I.MKK S (Vr fnaTrt
Ftirrso, tut rt nrx-r wvna
Carioa WheatVT- wlUqtilt drk fcont-
rVveral of the yoonjj po;.V lire
going to the IfprTnan cbartb yrnt
ticlnjr air.glDC. WosVr bow tir
w ben tb-y fit borue laat TTiiiri!"Ji7
W e hare ootleed ao mwli la t.V
riftTwm al-Dt the neacfc eroo becar
Mra. May Puwera eaiue to oorjkWeL Tbe lfh trw w in f,a
towufrom KauwiaOty to WtbrjWoom Eren the little arota have
pan-ota and family a few daya. Uoomed at cmr pUre. The aellins
Mm. OencUIer drove to the eoun-T m u (o!W Uoova thaa ij.
try Monday with some email tree; Urt have a Cae f;ro-i--rt (t
in Imt busKy. Wonder where Seiw--.h--
wnagolnjr. r- n-i ..a..i
Jtm IUiney baa nearly made us
mad. He anya be la not Tery an-
xloua to hire a boa, but would aot J
mind hiring orse or two trood car-la-ntera.
but b want to do all toe
overxvitiB hiruarlf. So we are goliig
to J. VV. Botibltt and try to gt
w ork with hlui aa painter, aad If he
w UI not let u bossa we may hove to
I worK, ajitioua ius mini uut un
iV.e ua exactly.
We we Mr. Wheeler and bora are
plowing on the leaae. They are
We were real aorry to mUa the
TtHwh, were rUirt im s v.. -,
Aa.l thU aarrtrslrt-x. n'.k a if we
d r- MrH i;h n.r- ras.
Jirt r;t a.S tan-ihrt W.aa'w. r.
tirsrif BKne fr--v J.i ..- Ust wefc.
Hr J.ttri !. M.m .nr T tr a.
r'rwr t-i ka.i-.n rtrv ".ttse.t r
aaveatTaei-rn tVr for
Mfs. H-itiv t ir-jt from I
Ka. M --J7. h' Ha-!
M.. Ifsrk a wflf t.- NvU
W f,t- z.i'- afu.rT Trsrrjr'l.iy
ta fc''vr !ie 'i "i'-p
l-a Ur.i'Ur. A r-7 y.rAaaS
"S k A tit-
yesterday on business.
Miss Julia tiass, ot Kansas City. v- n,ne item last
is visiting the family of Dr. W. W. j Uo,w i l la not skk.
H,rri4- ! We anw J. W. KUsskk In town
Joe Graves, of Sprague, was in j Monday night. Mc la aot here like
the city Monday looking atter busi- ; he waa tn-fore be went to earrring
ness interests. jtlieiualL He bXfke-1 aa natural aa
Judge Dick Shields, of Vernon i ever and nald Mns. Klak k wa get
county, was in the city shaking j along nkt-ly.
hands w ith old time friends. j Clarence Ward la farming on a big
. ,. . u . 1 wale this uprlng.
Mrs. Ames is selling her china at
cost to make room for other goods. t'our u though aowlng
This is your chance to lay in a sup- oats.
ply, Joe lira vea loaded a ear ot hay for
t t u 11 i 1 ,. Jim Kelwo the other day.
N. R. aughan and family lett ;
for baker City, Oregon, this mom- j
nig to -nake that city their future I .
home. ; f ROM OLR tXCRiNOtS.
Another stable burned Tuesday )
night in the neighborhood of the
one burned Sundav nieht. It mar Prlt-e. of Kia-krllle, were
ter Frankle, of Hume, are rWtiag
relatlrealn Keith, fcavisg b-n far-j
luerroldenu of tbl i-lare. w l
Annond left laet week fur htaaton. '
Arlrona, w here a married sister l
Hvlng. They have k-ft their larra j
near Home and wld live In II ume. j
ljust Sunday. April Oth. waa J. A.
Dorron'a 70th birthday aaalverfcary j
and the event waa crV-braUrd by,
about yj of hla rvlativea and frit-nd '
going In and upriing him
JxxJy brought well rllied lketa.
lKixe,etc and enjoyed themelve
and had plenty to eat. i. K. isv
Jaraett, Uncle Ue Neat. IV-n Uand.
Gal Hedden and aorue more of the
big eatere said they didn't feel I;ke
they would want anything more to j
eat for a week. We are are tsatUfled 1
that J. K. IV Jarnett bad enongh 1
goowe-berry pie for onee In hU life
Mr. Borron'a many friend presented
him w ith a taand.otie rocking chair
wishing him many plemaant hours
! snedt la hla ear chair and w hthiag
i htm many more birtbdaya aad all
! ejieot aa pleaaantJy aa thla one. It
waa all a complete anprtHe to hha
and he no doubt would have liked
to have atayed in bis room but they
wouldn't let him. The flowing
were present: Oeo. Morvtand and
family, W.C HeJden and fatuUy, J.
K. le Jarnett and family, Uuoch
," "(, - - .!.. Sl rt 1L.I..
have caught (,om sparks of tire oth- Xu .HU city Sun-lay f K,ta tUHr
" j ,ri-d- Mek-n IlobiuHon. IJ1 Thoma of artvl.w; Mr
Mr. J. M. Hurst and family have! . and Mra. F. IVnedk-t. Mra Ir. Hi)-
t apt. 11. t . iKinuonoe uaa utuigns
agxin returned to Rich Hiil and will
tk-ttandaon Lout, L. F. Kobiuaon
now continue to resiJe he.e. They 1 tlse two vn. ant lota on tt south aide ! acd jangbtrt. nU t4 yMl mu
i.f i:t Main Stn-et, adjoining J. 11.
j Srhcllinanu'a lry Uool Store. The
will live in the Sanderson
. . . . , . ! Captain hna not aa yet made hla la-
Mrs. J. C. Lane, w ho has been j UuVwtUn ,lUc ,,ut we tt by
sutler ing sun an auaca 01 r.cn uis-
ease the pat week, is slowly recov
einrg. I tie doctor prescioes aoso
lute quiet at the best tonic for her
Easter Hats many creations of
absolute novel!), a superb showing
.1 of fin: hats made of chiffon, fine
braids and richly trimmed with
(low eis, liM-oiis and novelties at
Mrs. Air.es' Dataar.
Mr. Jos. Sn y.U-i. one of Yenioit
counts' bot citizens, of Carbon
Ccnlct icinity, has jvit returned
Itom a pio'pectir.g lour to Okluho-
Ilc puichasrd property in Ilk
"grapt vliK" "phowu that If tJenernl
rni--rity eontliinea to reign during
the pn-wnt year, a double brick
at ructnre will probably loom sjp la
that locality. AppVton City Journal.
j J. A. Iiorron. wife and aoa. rooter,
i from around Ktlth, IV-n IUu lnn l
and family, Ulsaea Utile aad I.Uiiua
King. Meora Lmiuet McLaughlin
and CVve Meyera.
Vln. IV,. Ill- k'.uillll Hit, I 5.11lL-ll tT
Ifcirotliv. Mrs. Will t ale aud Httle : tuna.
John Merritt and Oacar FUlpot
wrre Kkh HU1 stutter bsat Thursday.
iicmi fama-ra ruanagvsi to get their
oata sowed lat wi-ek befor tlse
Mo,, for a few d.ivs siit to tela!1'
lives beloie going to Mariiunviilc.
The Haaaar opening day was a
.pirn. lid tucctt. Mrs. A'lies was
at her et wiih a pleasant greeting
fur everyone. Each guest took
away a neat souvenir of the occa
sion. Pioptictor and pationt wrie
all ahke pleaded with the occasion.
The Ilodgen Medical Society
met in this city last Thursday.
Papers were read by Drs. Johnson
uf Nevada, Pease of Kansas City
and llevlmun of Rich Hill. Reso
lutions on the deaths of Dr. Whally
o( Osceola, and Dr. Dulinof Kan
t) City, were adopted. The nest
meeting will be held at Lamar.
Lieut, (joint and Mr. Walter
Hoyden, of the Salvation Army,
were in th city Thursday of last
week and were heartily received by
their many friends at the prayer
meeting at tht Walnut Street M
E. Church. They joined the bri
gade which went through here
l tiday noon on their way U Tipton
Mo., ti hold a series of meeting.
John J. Allen, one of Rich HiU't
pioneer citixent, drp.rtcd (or Mc
Ihrrson county, Ktniit, last
Thursday. He hat woiktd ia our
smelters lor owr twenty yar and
Ihouithl it about time to quit. He
will turn his attention to farming
and stock raising. Wa commend
him to our Kansas neihbou at a
good citntQ aaJ t wctlhy ioJus-
Railway with head quaitcta at St. i,3.na Citv 1 ut ha not yet decid
ouis. He takes the place of Jas. cd to locate thete.
Datkcr deccttcd. j
Mis. E. A. Stir.a, livinR fvur
miles south-east of DutUr wa
burned to death Moaiday ot lt
dauuhtlier. TI.elrna, au I tlw MI
fate, Mrtiie Thoiu.i aud Anna
Cad.v nrrv tho Kkh Hill vIMtora who
atu-udt-d Mrs. Stualley a Uiilllm-ry
week. Her clthing Cauglit tnc
from a pstch of butning gra aud
lel(ic help aniscd she was le)ond
the power ot assistence. She leaves
a husband and four children.
Judge Ganlt uf the state supreme
coutt wat elected a delegate to the
General Assembly of the Cumber
land Piesbyterran church lat week
at tha session of the Lexington
Presbytery of that church held at
Nevada, Mo. The General As
sembly meets at Nashville, Tenn.,
tfr f ! roe vtorra iat
na iu-rrury will aun-ly deotmy tin
svubo ot uiell and cornplelvly ilrrutij."v
tlia whole t'tii wl-n t-iii rlng it
through tin mucou aurfacs-a. Niu-h
artlvlra should never be N.-d exi--pt
011 prewriptlou from r'putnbh phy-
sh tana, aa the duiungo tiiey will do
la ten fold to the gnod you n pw
slt!v derive from tlietu. Ilall'a Ca
tarrh Cure, itiauutiM'tured by F. J.
( honey (l Co., Toledo, O., eontlu
no merrury, and la taken Internally
an ting dlmctly HHa tle bltHKrand
iiiuoona anrfisiv ut tlio st. in. In
Inn in if Hall ( ntni'rlt I urw ! nitv
)u k1 the iicuiiiiw. It U iuki-11 In
ter nally and nunle In TU lo, 0M.1,
by F. J. Cbcin J Co. Tttiio(iiiii
NoM ly lriiiuit, l"rtf ..v n r
H. T. liann and hU brt.lla'r F.
V. ll.'icau of Ctlornd. k-ft tor a k-w
jtln.vn liuuiiiiK in A kuii.su. yesterday
Mr. and Mix K. T. lingau and
litt! lt'niuil!iie..p-ut Suud.iy luKkb
I.it Friday inomlug keked con-kl.k-rabte
Uk winter agala and
etopprd tanning tor sosur time.
IVte lUrts w aa delivering Uog to
r.Uh 1 1 III buyer last Thunsday.
IJi:v llutkr tWtol at Antin Ite-
qua'a bit Siturxlay andsunby.
Isj-H K.-tii.v waa ou tU ivk list l.vt
We ii lerstau t th.it prtwperla fur
gvtttug a brlljp- acrv lvabkr
liraiH-tx-a at tle li.mar frvl. ar
pretty blliu at prswut. na hiW
JuJfc-e Marxh w . i k tin- uuty
c.urt iuale cntrct f.-r triJ at
I have enterrd into a con
tract with one ol the largest
casket companies m the
orld to sell their fcoods ex
clusively. These goods are
furnished me at prices that
enable ma to furnish them
to the public at from it to
15 per cent less than has
been furnished heretofore.
And in addition to this the
company pays me tr my
hearse to haul their goods
exclusively. Trips in the
country at one-half price,
thereby a saving of this ex
pense. Deforsj making any con
tracts, if in need of anvthing
call and see ma and get my
iiarry M. Booth
MoreN, Mstli. Tel V'V.
a a . a
im 11.1i1.111a 1 m n itsakiiasai wt
! Mr. and Mr. H. S. Crana-r. f thU, ut,K'r Ut'
'eitv. unnoun.it- tW luarrlagv .u " ' eWU.. Ih-,1 . prxtty
I April 14th of their tlanshUT. MSm. luk-t, a rk. nnuv not evvw s ot in.
j l.trdoCnuurr. t. Harry 1 HarrU. j KvjtSy a- r Ul-tbe
KUh lliil. Th wJtug will thke erautoom,.,, and tW IuputUou.
! 1.1.,,-c 011 that date at T oVka-k p. m. 'V "
1 the rt Ini.v uf 1U0 brlvk-'a isrvutJ' Fraiik Shilee aa-l fcnuU.v were
on Cherry t ret I . Tha eoupV wlUrt shopping a Ith Kkti nil uservcanis
aiile in llkh HUL Nevada Uorald Uus Jay M. wra..
The Kl-k a boja ar having a..iue
jrtKus'r work done m their boue.
J U. Ncptun ha chargw sl thekiK
J. II. Ut). K. and will do straight,
liiiixt work whether be t alvsue or
with I'iiih1 ne. prwgvs New a ta
.try. I ..f
EASYEST BE6IMS II HAT
la Tela. TaVe advautagv e4 the
kwrave en upsJott o t'- trst Uid
third Tiaektya e4 rut luoulh aud
r th w wovk-itul rewourvea.the ere'pa
aul ce.UvlitKj lu tha Mar Mate.
sa" a lli-page Un.k. filW-d
a ith ta la aat Bgnre. briiulul w Uh
lnfvrtnatiou a Ul U" s ut tree by a 1
JrvwJtMf "KATY. fr-'i WalawrU'-.
Natlc llaal SeUlaaueatt.
If J. 1L Wtl. K.. W li.l ta J
Aud U J. It. N. Utt.
V ly , hai lvotte i J, IV, tUni
ha dH I he ju a Ukttt 7 1
J. 11. N. WD. K., 4. It.
latvrialuty ausetUiag. No , w hat
Notk W bervV.y gtrva tv 4 ers-d
ttvvr aad other tutTvled la tb rr
tat 4 W. H. II. lit.se fc. ikss-aatl.
that I. R-vr'.vry l':W-s PU, tw
trlx ol. wid "taW luU-u-l t tuk
final a Its u-ut ttirv, at tU' UH
Una sf a llt l.;aty I rvlke
(Vitirt. la lUtlea esuuiy. Mwite 4
M.twurt. to U lal-! at l.u'r. W
uuit, vu the 11 th U-ty 14 M. . t.l.
lUaaKSt t-lt Mes.k.
PAII1T AIID WALL PAPER
Roc! ani Bara paiat, gsllo-o - - -Re-labeled
Mixe4 Paiat, Si.s,-! nine,
Garlasi Braad Mixti Pajst,5-t,
Wigca, Lcpleasect, CArri5. -i Fk. P
Hard Ous, VaciiL St;as aid ctirs sa
Red Star Lea i.f ito IU. -
We have the largest cpe.n stack cf trsll 11 ts
town, at prices tb.at caa't t toachf-i ty cc-x-.-icrs.
AU oor paicts are sold sader the nrzm gsras'.f
of any paint on the market.
Come ia and let cs tfure ca jocr falsi
We ess sane you moaey.
ROYCE DRY GOODS CO. I
-'UXES.SOE TO W. K. EOTCE.
Cowles - McKlbben
A car load or more
new goods just in,
and more to follow.
All the now fabrics
for shirt waists and
summer gowns from
5c to 90c per yard.
New shoes for all, in
Oxfords and High
Cuts, every style
The largest lino of
clothing in your city
and all now and up-to-date.
WE ARB HEAD
AND SEE US.
M ERC A NT1 LE CO M PANY.
ofcestcnsfim -c- Rich mil. mo.
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