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A Charming Combination
of I ten ii ty mid iiiivdcrnt" prli-e
mark our prvwnt display of
Everybody who linam-cn our nvwcut
creation In ladle lirndwrnr, ntyn
tliey are beautiful, but iuut lie ex
pensive. When we mention the
prico they nre nstonldied mid buy
In a hurry for fi-ar we liuve made
a mistake. No will you when you
see the bnt.
S. L AMES,
LOCAL 1JUIEFS. J
Miss Ianis Tygard in visiting
relatives in Butler this week.
W. C. Stonebrnker has gone to
Billings, Montana on a business
V. C. Delamater, tbe shoe man
in Cowlea McKibhen store.is off on
a ten days vacation.
Miss Dacutah White is visiting
the family of Geo. E. Logan at
Nevada this week.
Tlie Democratic cnunty com
mittee is called to meet Saturday
July 1st at Butler, Mo.
Mrs. Barnett came in from
the New Home mines and is vis
iting old friends and neighlsors.
Mrs. Curt Burrows ret u mini
Tuesday from visit to her pa rents
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Noland at
Eldorado Springs. j
Miss Kittv Harris came down
from Kansas City Sunday to spend
the summer with tier parer.lt Dr.
mid Mr. VV. W. Harris.
Seymour Williamson, lumber
merchant, has gone to Kansas
City on a hhort lay-off and w ill
mix a little business with his
We h knowlege u pleasant tall
on Monday from Capt. J. W.
In tin. He is a worker from a
way back, but he dont always
i;et paid fr it.
Everylxtly along the went end
of K. V. 1). No. 1 lias the wheat
fever very badly but most of
them will lie better off as a result
of the nttat k.
Tlie two t hildren of City Clerk
Jones, Nita and Boss, departed
Monday for Lws Animas, Colo.,
where they w ill spend the sum
mer with relatives.
Mr. J. C. Ime railed on the
Tkiutnk Monday and net his
date way abend on our list. He
is a republican that believes in
nupporting his his home paper
A grand excursion and rpec ial
train from Yates Center, Kan.,
and intermediate points, via Kit h
Hill, to Kansas City and return,
Sunday, June 25, l'5, over the
Mo. I'ae, K. 11. Train passes
Hich Hill at 7:50 a. m. and the
fare from here will le $1.50.
The summer schools at the
State Normals and State Cniver
nity are hotter attended thun
ever before. Alsout 1200 teach
ers have leen enrolled for twelve
weeks' term in the three Nor
mal Schools and alnnit IVtH in the
Teachers' college for nine weeks.
Mr. II. 11. Wis, one of the old
est native loi n settler of Pleas
ant Cap tow uship, and a repub
lican ever situ o the birth tf that
party, was in the city, Tuesday,
doing some necessary shopping.
Mr. Wix lives on the, farm where
lie was born and expect to be
Ihvru when hp dki.
Money to Loan.
I have a few thousand dollar
to loan on eiisy terms on good
II. I. KoniNKON.
Nond ii the iievva tiy w Ire. Our
telephone I No. M.
Old iicwnpnicr to put under your
cnrjH-tH. rc for big bundle, at Thk
Dr. Slater will be in his office
every Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. W. 15, Chancellor
left Monday for Fort Scott where
they will visit relatives and friends,
Assistant State Coal Mine In
stMt tor, H. J. llainil is in this
vicinity doing his duty as ins pee
Kev. J. S. Allen and Miss Ger
trude Sheppard represent the
Baptist church of this city in the
Sunday school convention now
in session at Sedalia.
U. F. Moore and wife came
down from Butler Monday took
supier and spent the evening
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Duvall
of the east side racket store.
Miss Lorena Hocking, of Chi
cago is expected Saturday noon
to spend the summer vacation
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Winchell and other
Special one way excursions to
Spokane, Tacoma and Northwest
and points in California. Tickets
on sale daily Match 1st to May 15,
1905. at greatly reduced rates via
Missouri Pacific Railway.
It. A. Bailev, Act.
Kev. W. C. Martin, father of
Postmaster Martin, will arrive
in the city from his home in Iowa
Saturday on a short visit to his
son. He will preach in the Walnut
street M. fl Church Sunday.
Mr. F. M. Cox, road supervis
or on Route No. 1, has done more
work on the road with the aid of
his neighbors in the last week,
than has been done before in
three years and consequently his
part of the mid is in good shape.
Do you want to tell out? If you
do we are the fellows )ou are look
injj for. We help people out of
business and into business. In fact
we nail everything that comes our
way. We get whatever we go aftct
Done & Hair, the hustling real es
Geo. S. Conover, agent of the
Frisco system, made a pleasant
call at theTlunCNKofhcethe past
week. Be is it ery pleasant gen
tleman and in his contact with
our people will prove himself a
worthy successor to Mr. K. T.
Iil'.in ier, whose place he takes
With our mail Wednesday
morning we received a photo
graph of a little Texas lienuty,
Helen liouise Adams, of Dallas,
agnl four months the day we re
ceived the photo. Tlie picture
of the mother, Luella Rakest raw
Adams, and daughter, is very
life like and good and the resem
blance striking. May the little
one grow up tii be as handsome
and good as the mother.
Mr, Win. Jackson, a brotlier
in law of Mr. Max Lowenstien,
of Molerly, 1 who is traveling
salesman for a New York firm,
w as in the city interviewing our
merchants with a view to selling
them mvkwear. He made the
Tkii.i nk a plensant cull and in
formed us that Geo. A. Huckeby
who is with Max Ijowenstien, is
in excellent health and a splen
did good fellow. Of course we
were glad to hear it. That's our
Mrs. Mackie, w ife of John W
Mackie, who formerly lived here,
died at her home in Carton, Ind.
Ty., last Sunday and her remains
woi-e brought to this city yester
day and buriM in Greenlawn
cemetery. Tlie funeral services
were conducted by Rev. Dr. Mil
Ier under whose ministry while,
in Rich Hill she join d the Pres
byterian (hutch. Mis. M.iekie
was "a very estimable christian
lady and highly appreciated by
Uicte who k.nvw her beat.
110 acre land 6 milet from Kichj
Hill at a bargain. Good barn and
home. Good water, small orchard
ratal tell quick.
Don 1, & Bair.
Ofllcc over F. & M. Lank.
Head Htone Set L'.
n t. M,.M., 1
of Gen. Canby Post No 10 G. A.
R., assisted by Dave Conley. A.
D. Pontious, II. Cooper. T. S.
Burns, R. S. Ferguson, X. M.
Kennedy and Jack Coyne, on lut
Saturday net up 11 head stones
to the graves of old noldiers in
Greenlawn cemetery and Robin
sons grave yard. The? head
stones were ordered by the post
from the United States Quarter
Master and aent by the govern
ment to the depot at Rich Hill
free of charge. Tlie Kst being
required to take charge of them
upon arrival here and bear the
expense of having them set up.
Headstones were placed at the
graves of the following: Edward
B. Condra, Jonathan B. Minton,
George W. Clemens, John R.
Rogers, John C. Young, Samuel
McMullen, Sohn R. Gamble, An
drew G. Clark, Enoch Watkins,
Elliott Cross, Charles Wagner,
and Wm. II. Edington.
Tlie details in connection with
the Merchants' Karnival and
Musical to be given at the opera
house, 27th. inst, are progress
ing. Solos, duets, ladies' quar
tette, .short recitations, young
men's quartette, fan drill, butter
fly drill, gun drill, sword drill by
young ladies and children, with
instrumental music by Prof.
Fortune's splendid orchestra,
will be Home of the features.
Young ladies will represent the
following business firms of Rich
Hill, who have given liberal finan
cial aid to the entertainment
which is for the benefit of the
First Presbyterian Sabbath
Sjencer Bros., coal.
F. W. Benedict, novelty store.
Rich Hill Bank,
F. & M. Bank,
Juo. D. Moore,
Tompleton & Hales, Att'ys,
Griffith Grtn-er Co.,
Cowles McKibben Merc. Co.,
D. B. Hickey,
Alice Locb, Milliner,
Heck & Ruble,
J. W. Vogel,
Beasley Merc. Co.,
H. V. Geiger, Family Outfitter,
N. Johannes A Sons,
Williamson tV: Montgomery,
Hurley Lumber Co.,
G. S. Ham mack,
W. G. Myerly,
W. I Whitney Talmage Hotel,
H. Ijieb A Brv,
S. C. LeMar Farmer's Mills,
Harris & Son Druggists,
P. O. News Stand, Harry
II M. Booth,
S. Ia Ames,
Prowell A Cook,
J. N. Barrows,
Stonebraker Jt Son,
Krieger Klumpp Ice Co.,
E. A. Royce Gen. Mdse.,
Sanderson A Wilson,
Miller A Son,
Western En t e r p r i so,
Further particulars, program,
Wbat Happened To tbe Invalid.
There is a Christian Science
story in the July McClure's.
Healers may find vindication in
it, others may think differently,
but leaving out cont roversy it is
a sidesplitting triump of old
fashioned common sense. "In "A
Clear Cae of Science,' the irre
sistible force nut'ts the immov-
abKM.bj.vt. T1k story of what
jliappi-nn had b-st lo told by thei$ia-5 ,ou,,J '"Pi Odea. bait
lather, Jauivs lijward Grvt, lLk Cny, Utah, Giud Jucit,
Wm. SielTm. of Lone ()V town
j ship, who nad been luffeiirijj for
! some time with an abcets on hi
knee, had it operated on lat Sun
day a week ago, and is reported to
be getting along very well and will
soon be about again.
Mi Fannie Walters, of Fort
Maditon, Iowa, it vUiting btr bro-
'- " ' "- nm"r.
g d okaz tain fell Sunday
n,K'd to the gtet delight qI our
(.,r-t,,cf "d fanners,
It. F. I). NO. 4.
Tlie weat!M-r la flue for the grow
tot; crop, but mighty bard on ttf
Kcott Kuilth bail ac"iteI it iwl
tlon with Marrl liram. at I'anania
eo. Ifarrii) re!jnel and went to
Mr. J no. Uunn, our Huiidmy School
mqieriutendent, la always on time
on JSanday mornlDpi although be
rroidea In Kkh HilL
Little Harry Scrivener, who wa
ojerated on by Irs. Allen, SUafer
and Lancaster, in getting nlon
fine. He has been troubled with an
BlHce In bU aide aince last winter.
Mrs. Nettle 0nqli-H and cbildrvn
were visiting at tbe borne of Cbarle
MetJk-y one day lat week.
Mr. Newt. Hurwt ia hnriDK bU
house nalntel. His home w ill 1
greatly Improved thereby.
Mr. John Scott and daughter
Hazel, are rlwiting old fricndH in thia
vh-lnlty. Mrs. Scott moved to
Huntington, Ark., nearly two years
ago, and are well satisfied with
tlielr new home.
Next Sunday Bro. C'arrenter of
Sheldon, will preach at Carbon Cen
ter and there will te baptiiinff near
the old Murphy place. In the after
noon. BevenU of our young men were
riding in brand newbupzys Sunday.
How amltim; some young ladiee do
There 1 a Rood attendance at our
Sunday School euch Sunday, but If
thclioys would eoioe It would be
Mr. Martin'a aon-in-law came up
with bin family from Elk City to
CartKn Center 8. 8. w ill have a
picnie some time this aumnier.
Mrs. John W. Mackie. whoee
deuth CK-curred In the Indian Ty.,
and who will lie buried la (irven
lawu to-day, will be kindly remem
tx'rtsl by many In the Illch Hill coal
c;uiiih, mi a In ly of many excellt-nt
tra'.tn of charrvter. She wa un
Uiu.uinlug In manner and modrt in
all her ways, but her uiany acts of
Madness nn! aympathy won hrr
many friends wbe w 111 regret to bear
of Iht paing l-eyond.
Col. Swelgart planttnl a bljj fit-Id
of corn lu the bottom hint Saturday
which Is up Unlay. (Tueday)
Si pi I re Fritkc aud a few of the
rft f our iieihlKtrs m-II cream to
1. T. Holers mid make lot of mon
. Itilly Lliwtvoiub Willi to towu
with l.g t'JiJav.
Jhu laugherty had It rain agalu
I.' lot iiiht. We did not iul It.
K. M. Hartmaii got a fall from a
WHkOii yeterday, that inHkc him
wnlk with a stick today.
HulUlo, N. Y., July it to
1105, annual meeting Giand Lodge
11. 1. O. E., one regubr first class
fare, plus $i.oo. On de July 7,
8 and (j, return limit Julv 15, 190 v
Annual Convention Natl. Edu
cational An., Aibury I'aik, N. J.,
July 3-7, one tegular 1st class faie
to New Aoik, plus f J-35. On sale
June iS to July 1, return limit July
10, 1 y5-
Hot Springs, Ark., daily to Sept.
So, one istdatt tuc plus $j.uo;
ittuin limit 30 days.
Denver, Colo., Aug. i(S 20, Aug.
16-1S and Aug. 16-19, account an
nual meetings Fraternal Order of
Maglrt, Nnl. Assn. of Fiie In.
Agts, and Ameiican Osteopathic
Assn., on sale Aug. 11, 13 and 15.
Return limit Aug. 25, faie $16.05.
Lewis & Claik Exposition, Pott
land, Oieg., daily to Sept 30, ic
tuin limit ds going and ittuui
iug diicct route, $46.00; diveise
routes at a sl.ght advance.
Summer Tourist rates to Colo
rado, I'tah and Wjoming points
on kle daily June 1st to Srpt. jj;
ictuiu hunt Ovt. 3lt: Dcnsci,
CoKnado Spiings and Turlilo,
; 5 und nip; Glmwood i
Our h ary spring basinet Ias l-ft ui mith mxr.j
ik1h and ends and w ar gving to !i5U? t.'-ra oat
at pri h not att'-mptM by oth-r ho-a-. V.'e b-Jow
quMe jiit & few HfK. Ei-ry d prttfjr.i in
"THE BIG STORE" haj bargains for yoa.
An extra g'l L Ij
muslin cheap at f I ic
l .i and l'ie
Apron check gicgliani
rcg. Gc values 4 12c
l'1 piex-es 7k: lawns will
not last long at 3 12c
Ahneria Batistes, reg
7 1 2c value. Not many
left, al 5c
All our lc and 1-c
swi.vses, org:indies and
m alines, now 10c
All our "oc and 3jc
organdis and organdi
satinelle must vanish
Knicker voiles, mohair
lustres & shimmer silks
worth 25 & 30c at 15c
in. black taffeta silk
Fine for waists and pet
ticoats at,per yd 50c
It will pay you to visit us. We do a,i we ad
vertise. Watch this 'ad" for bargain..
Fourth of July.
KichHiIlisg.ing to ctkbraM the rXDUimi ia
grand stylo. You taut aiord to uaaS tlie cele
bration, and you cant afford t mis-
James, the Cash Grocer,
if it is groceries you want, for h certainly ha,s
the pods and the prices are below cnipt'titjon.
You an uijt trdially invited to visit my H
and make it headquarters, and drink ice ter
with us on the FOL'KTIL My rure will b ckwul
from 12 "a) to S on that day, so rememln'r to be on
time. C'ine and haw a gl tiuie.
-GOING TO P.IOVE-
I will move to the 2d dnr east vt my present
location alxut the 15th of July for about two wevk
in order to have a cncrete fJir put in the building
that I im in at present.
A caref CEESTALFLOCi: to arrive thi tvk.
Tliere is n.ne Utter. It still gvK-s at il.i ;vr
s.kU. Tliuty of Bran, Short a and Corn Chops
JAEIE5 GASH GRUGEKY j
Col., aod Hasslms anJ Walcott,
U vo., $.11.50 round tri;v Vry
low lairs to otlitr louiut pjii;l.
Cnu'ago and Milwaukee. $ij
St. Louis f 1 j.p; tetursv I. mil Oct.
31, 011 sal J.i to Scot, j,
ljitt l'vvuiH'u and ;td
1ut?vi ia cavil U4vi!(': at veifr low
U. If ji iun'.icuip!at a tup to
a.iv o-ut ou the givle vc in
I'mo'' agent ti.i purchisiuj
j oc.r livkel.
Oxi'c? f t Ax:rin?'-r
or v-r4 r'a
rep. worth (Zl Si 9
A Viz V f 15c No. 4
t?"ta rihb'M to
vnt, at 10 -
AVtit 25 jwc- Ur
cLta lice. wcrth V.
12 1 -ic wUlgat 5':
Manila Bxdntfsir at
cwt. It wil p jy yi U
investigate Xhlt dt.
"VVe Lave HfEi 10 yard
rr-moants cf lawn wr-rth
T5c, qutil in window
Yoa should ee tlf
Lfndon viiltnt worth 15c
ba t IJi ngnwat 10
Our tk thin.g dparX
Eient i "doing thlc
al?o. Cx-n.e acd
A gret big list cf
special.. Cnie in und
s?e them. Prices lower
than the lowest.
Ladies fckirt at cost
and below. If your si?
is here yoa can get a
Vt'adnat htwl 1. tCliurcb.
Ira'hing -rsic'-. ut tins
church sMch Sunday at II a. 111.
Sunday SvlunJ at i.Ji 4. ui.
Juuior LiMgus'jit 2 . n.
I'pwottli Ixaue at 7 p. tu.
l'ravr uuHlv Tt.ursdjy
. vv nmi at f.
Tlie iulc are crdial!y iu;t.
vd to a'.tcud