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A new lot of
We sell them at
AH our Summer
Goods is marked 5
way down. 3
It must be moved 1
to make way for 3
WlUr gUUUb ;
E Which are already 3
XOW lb. yuui 4 1
I to get good goods 3 ;
S. L AMES,
PHOME NO, n6,
, N, rs p w Uenedict last evening
"rTTT777T777T7" ' A neat little sum was realized.
f LOCAL MIKFS. ! A goodly number of the Indies
Aid Society, of the Walnut Street
; M. M Church, met at the elegant
Dr. Slater's dental office will j -,Im. ()f Mrs. HattieCoflman yes
Ins closed hereafter on Monday j terday and transacted the routine
and Tuesday. j business of the society.
Dave Smalley, who is now lo- j 'piio wire bridge the w-
cated in Kansas City, visited his torworks Uilaid. The embank-
parents in this city last Sunday.
Wantkh Wheat, Crn, tut
un( Fla. ' Will pay highest mar
Fr.oiM.K's F.i.KVAToi; Cu
A.'Ul Visilvd H U his
iHiiit in this city over Sunday,
hvinu called homo by the death
of hU grandfather last week.
'Uncle Hilly" Kohiuson. out
near Roavley, has a good crop of
whoat this year that a ill net him
a nug little sum or money.
r UobtMt tr;tii.u! and
daughter, from K. F. I). I. were
In the city, Tuesday, shopping !
snd I.ioking sifter some business
Fat Gallagher brought to thej
TuuifNK oRice Monday luorning j
us fine u lot of w ild plums as we j
ever wuv. lie has tin iu by the
qunntity gHd us ever grew.
We have opened
a Music House
m Rich Hill and
can furnish you
$ plies, Talking
s La chines.
I and anything in
I this line.
D. n. v, 11111 in
till Willi II. Slil.
Call and tee us. We ;
will treat you rijjht.
i i i ! : ? . im j .
Money to Ixmu.
I have a few thousand dollars
to loan on easy terms on good
II. P. Robinson.
Hi'u4 u tln news by wire,
tt li'iiioiio in No. M.
Harry Marsh is trying hi
hand as a traveling man these
Andrew Ducatt who has been
quite .sick for a long time, past is
I b & Rro. arc at work on
their new front. N. W. Baltinch
is boss of the job.
Frank Cate spent Sunday in
the city visiting his parents Rev.
and Mrs. W. W. Catc and other
relatives and friends.
We are in the market for Wheat
Coi n, Oats and Flax.
I'KOPT.K's F.LKVATOU CO.
Capt. J. I.. Stephenson from
beyond Carbon Center, 'was in
j 11,0 l itv Tuesday, buying hard-
Uvare for harvest machinery.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Ames have
moved to their new residence,
I corner 10th and Olive streets,
u'lii'VP tli(v nro now lit tiruno In
! The Sunday school of the Wal-
nut street M. F Church will hold
i their uuiUi.il picnic, out near the
'sulphur well two weeks from
; Friday, which will be July 27.
The Indies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian Church served ice
cream and cake at the home of
iiH'iit is aid to be giving way and
making it dangerous to travel.
It will no doubt be fixed as soon
as the work can le done s,,ery.
Tho cat abut for the State Pair
to ho held at Sedaliu, Sept. ". to
IM, ., has been received. Tlie
Fair this year will bo one of the
best, if not the very Wst ever yet
held in the State. No effort is
being spared to make it so.
Kev. King Stark prcvV to
,is thurch !Y'W Wt S,u,nd,jy
;i,t pf UtfV the. alter
noon, iml on Monday with his
wife, who had been visiting her
rxner, .Mrs. jonn raig, nr
Ueeial days past, returned to
their home at Warrenshurg.
Kv. A. R IJyati and family are
steadily working their way to
the heart s of the psple o tl-.eir
it him h by their fuilhful persist
ent Christian life and work,
(real preaching is a good thing,
but good Christian living and
faithful pastortil work counts for
Sometime agon farmer went
to one of our merchants urul
j wanted some nierchaiiilise he
jhad seen advertised by a mail or
"jder house, "ami tU merchant
. 1 j ...
er it ut once
: j form the house where he.boihvi"1."'"' ,,r"V"''
!. 1 ' ' ,' ' ' ., ' . i-to. IWit If VO
. I his goods, tu due curse itar-i ,,. ,
. , :.. ... ... ! on WiUn.HO 1
rived in good order, lu the
mean time the farmer bethought
himself how he might sae the -
protit the nerchant would make
on the stuS, and concluded to or
der it himself. No sooner said
than done. Tho goKls came toj,,.ntiv r,ssnnuK-ml UvmV Kldue
his address. The merchant also
about the same time notified him
of the arrival of the goods he had
ordered. Ho went and told the
merchant he had the goods and
had paid $-.T0 for the lot. Imag
ine his dismay when the mer
chant informed him that he
would gladly let him have the
goods for MVt
1 uai, this was
all he won hi have charged him or j tluir i-untoim-rn n iort.
anvone else for the same order . for .le l.v 1 dealer, t'rl.e. ,V
The mail order house eost thet,VMU- Ko.ter-MlU.urn '-. "n.k!.,.
. . , , . ! N. ., .-'itf a'iu for tl I lilted
fanner just l.iO more than his , t M ltv-
" Jnerchaut would have thurg.j lu.u,v,uU.P tt, imme-lioaa's-cud
ih ' v I
t, . '
Isaac N. Satterlcy is very i .id
of cucumbers, also of lemon ade.
He is not using them as much
now as he did.
Miss Edna Cromwell of Kansas
City is visiting Miss Georgia
Davis, the Hell telephone girl,
and other friends.
Geo. A. Huckeby, of Moberly,
made a short visit Tuesday to his
father and sisters, Geo. I Huck
eby and daughters.
Mrs. Walter VanDyVofof Cof
feyvilie, Kan., is visithig her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs" M. A. Kim-j
b rough and other relatives in
Miss Harriet Thornton, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 1J. T. Thorn
ton of Kansas City, is visiting
her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. W. Harris.
Report comes to the city that
Miss Nettie Sanderson, formerly
of this city, was married Jnne .'k'
at her home in Kansas City to a
Mr. Percy Menager.
J. V. Jamison and II. A. Bail
ey returned Sunday night from
an extended trip west and
down into Mexico. Of courwe
they had a gosl time.
D. W. C. O'Ncil, of Kalispell,
Mont., sends in his renewal
promptly as usual. Such friend
as D. W. C. are worth having and
are appreciated aeoirtlingly by
fc Relfgg and w ife of Kan
! City sjHmt Sunday in Kich
Hill attending Sunday school and
church at the 1'resbyterian
church as tliey used to do. They
returned home Mojvaay.
ill1. nd Mrs. Coughlan and
family have arrivetl in the c ity
and taken up their residence in
the property on the east side re
cently purchased by them from
I). It. Hickey. They are a wel
come inquisition to our city.
Wastkd: CfWtman or lady
witb, gMd telerence, to travel by
ruil or with a tig, for it flim of
$io,ooo.oq capital. Salary $!,
07. 00 per year and expenr; ala
typaid weekly and exper.tet ail
v.inced. AdJretn, willi tump.
Jos A. Auxanurk, Rich Hill, Mo)
WHIT Hit kIDNLTS DO.
Thrir CiiceHsintf Work lirrpa
V Strong mut UrHltliy. j
At! tln l'loo In U,i Jnly piiMM-
llirouli t ! kltlui'.VM onco ovi-ry tlmv!
Thad Uurch, of Kn:- ;
was in the city last Su
Mayor and Mrs. a -turned
home Sunday i
a short visit to relatiw ,.
Mr. Stough the gas r. "
over Saturday night ail
tied his acceptance of :
minutes. Tint Lliiue.vn lille? W!"t',m' S.ne you r stamps and
I'Io.kI, l lie.vwork nim ni vtiy.iyour common ser.se. The ost
wiii'u neaiiuy iney rvii.v
w 1 HHiii'imuv oiiy wiri OI T It I M ,
liiipim matter Im tett lii tli tilotxl. ! We lvkve horse, h g and cattle
TliU lit oil liniliy itlHeUMs nilil:ents nn.l si'e lr'l e-i' s f.ir i'l siie'i
viiiptomi pain in Hie lutek, licatt
(it'lif, in'rvoumieKM, tiot, tlry nUin,
rlH iimiilUiii. K011I, crntel, dUorvUr
of t tie eyeoiUt and lifnriivi;. tl.t
ik'kh, irn-jriilar icartk ileWUty. il!sw-
iekMitii tu tUeiirliM-,
on kts-ji tin- nilt-i-M rl;;!it
no troulW mltliviiur
kil ne .
'rliilii:Lj W. jifitlU..r tr.l.l..til ..r
, tin- i:iliott Cukl l., Vkv-pivU!iit
of tin I-arm unl Home Villon V
Iaiuii .ksiw latioil of Missouri, an-l
lixlnj; at -Jt So. asliliixton M .
NovmiIii. Mil., a: "I run conrl
i'llU nx reiiK-dr l renl merit. Af
ter inln;f it mituU-r of rviiieiiH w 11 h
out cut lfa'tory reiiti I not P.uwi'
nt Itallanli'n tlru l hini fouml
tliat tliey tiive roiu;t anil rrTeetlti'
lx tU f from pain in the lu k w hUi
lout nitiioyi'tl nie for u loiij; ttuie ninl
wlililil attriliutol to dierder of
tt.e kl tuevH."
Plenty iimiv proof;ke thk from
l.li li Hilt lssink-. Cull t ttio ttiierjt
1 (.UH,. ,r,u t,rv (4llli u wlmt
H'-rn August , 1-1', di d July
." ',' '), aged years, 1'J jijonths
: : 1 H. days.
Mr. Ames removed from New
"oi k to Nebraska in Man h, 1-72.
II located a claim in Hamilton
"inty, bearing all the hardships
: ntingent to a frontier life, hew
' ig out from the wild pruiiio a
In September, Y.K he came
to live w ith his son, Dr. L. I
Ames, of this city. He was a
Kepublican in politics, voting
withthht party at its organiza
tion and always thereafter. He
took for the motto of hisL'fe the
Golden Rule, and was always
surrounded by close and con
He w as a member of the M. PI
Church for half a century, a true
and loyal christian. In the last
days of his life the Hible was his
constant companion. He said
many times with his countenance
lighted with a smi!e."I am ready.
I have no fear." His deatli was
emblematic of his life. With a
smile he went to sleep to awake
beyond this vale of tears.
He was the father of three
children, two of whom survive
him Mrs. L. II. Hosford of Au
rora, Neb., and Dr. L. R Ames
of this city. Review.
W. R Carr who lives in Vernon
county on Route 5, was gored to
deatli bst Saturday by a bull not
thought to be dangerous. He
had gone out to feed his stock
and not returning as expected
investigation revealed the fact of
his death. There is no more sav
age and brutal animal on earth
than a bull. They kill more men
than all other animals combined.
The lion and the tiger is as d-
cue as a c;t compared w ith the
Rev. Guy MHre :nd wile, of
(Jolden City, are in tho city visit
ing relatives ar.d friends. Rich
Hill people feel a special interest
i;i Rev. Moore as Ixith himself
and wife made their start from
our city. To chronicle their suc
cess is a great pleasure to the
Tiiiiaw'K scribe. We acknow
ledge a ple;int call yesterday
Prof. Elmer Bradley ha-s been
engaged to teach the Fairview
school the coming winter. We
commend him to "Gabe" and the
other gixnl pople of that "ine
troplis" as an excellent ytung
man and a successful teacher.
Miss lVre;'.a Pritchard. and
I Miss Maud l'oreingof R kvilie,
two of Hates county's splendid
.young ladies, depart toii'orrow
for a long vacation to be spent
with friends in Pueblo and other
points in Colorado.
Never jitiswt-r !idert isements
that promise; to p.iy you .jl n
'k for sitting home, doing
1 tiee hasn't torneietl
V..1 - V
luiiiting. and turn -,it ;.s ch1
neat '.oh printing as anv o:tue in'
Bates Co. Try us a:;d be con -
Jos. Snyiler, of the Catbon
Center i. iiuty mike a business,
rail on theTlCIl l NK Weit nes d.iy .
He repot Is t.iiu fiop piospfl
IVi'll't i.ol to iv.i d the new ntU
sic stote ad. und tin n go lh ie t
buy your musie.,1 iiistrtm.et.ts
and music. lat ror-i.-o home in
Mrs. Wanvn Up. U ..Id. of
I'oster was in tho ity yesterday
i shopping and attending to bui
... , ,
Mayor lncastir and wife i.e
! l' l,'tl estei l , r.nt for u tell
davs isit to Chicago and ether
The putting iu o
crossing., is an act
ssl li! K k
",! i:ur a
l,,u- felt want.
Mi s. Harry O. -e i. turned b
hv r h- u.o ut NwieJa joteid-'y,
7a bra IJeL'ier has purchased a
r.ew family carriage.
Gus O'Ncil and family Lave
moved to Hu tier,
Mis Pradencc Dark of Iiat
ler, is visiting her cousin, Miss
Dolly Dark, this week.
Willow Grofifii 4rv(il x
pleasant visit from Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Miller Saturday night. As
Mr. Miller kindly brought his
new Edison graphopbone and
records we were treated to s ne
Mrs. N. Enrlecian was au!2
early morning v.sitor m town
We to;k & trip after black
berries Tuesday morning. Never
in our life did we blackber
ries so plentiful. Any one who
wants berries can now get a
supply with very little e.TorU
Wm. Copeland and aon Alfred, j
started to Pittsburg, Kansas,
Monday, where Mr. Copeland i
doing some extensive prospect-;
M. M. Shumate and family
spent the 4th with Rich Hill
Mrs. Noel Beiiier is in very
poor health. For over three
years this poor lady has beenio
unable to walk from that terrible 1
Mrs. E. M. Neat has been on
th.e sick list the past few days.
E. B. Borron of the cur.ty
seat, was visiting home folks
several days last week-
J. K. Wilstn was called to
Iowa Friday to see a sick brother
D. T. Rogers, tlieoultry man,
, , ,
dozen hens from Mrs. Hen Iand
paying 7c er pound
Miss ?thel Wheatley and
brrjther Fred were down from
Butler and celebrated the 4th in
August nd Fred Hin.per ar
rived home Saturday from their
trip to Billings, Montana, and
other points west. Fred started
west again Sunday but got no
farther than Sprague. August
attended preachinjg in Rich Hill
Grandiki and Grandma Griggs
bear their new honors very gra
ciously and seem very proud of
the little granddaughter.
Miss Ruth Ballfiach is visiting
in Keith this week.
Messrs. Caton and Vonerett
and Mrs. King had their wheat
threshed last week, and the aver
age yield was about 13 bushels
per acre. Mrs- King is selling
hers at t'xv iht bushel.-
Ben Rand .tsrted in this week
witli a full force of hands and
two mow ing machines running
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tirecrot of hay this week if it
dont rain and he can keep his
help. He spent but thnv d.iys
last uvk hunting hands.
Si eager are some people ti
get tilings that do not belong to
i them, they slip tlm.uga the
lodges und pick ones K rrU-s and
5 sell t.iem, and tt.en tlortl evu
divide the- money
A Ni'W Vufk j'J.tiv taa rvikst that
.1 lilvtau liukf tk Uoulle
lire-u tor r v benr he ntten-U
at lit birttt 4 tnk- ttiUUulu
jMirLtnt lit 4 laformntK.u lU.tt
,iil;V to U' kept lu lulud liHitM we
nre ls.rii nain. et It U rnonti to
make h nntn w UU ! could tw t lu
Jat that !. could .ay tliut Ue
ikx y'l uIm-aJ e4 m d(H t-.ir.
M atuut Mreel 51. I-Chur h.
Fniwh.ieg i t this thurch cuh
Stisid.vy t 11 a. iu. and" il p. m.
Sunday Stln l at y.45a. m.
Jun'or lMgue at - ."a p. iu.
F.pwortli la'ague at m
Frayer me,iirg tn Tliutsoay
C c:.i:irT at s sV
Tl.epulho are cord.a'.ly iuvit
i4 to attend.
A, II 11 van, IV '. r.
wm rm hp r aw
V7e have just
Black and White
Don't vrait this
Come at Once.
all reduced in
WJieis-a. Jul.!! P. Th'lHi.ui Mi-t
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is-rtain !'vl of mm ! x, ih 1 xv
!ar of NoVe!i:'. r. f;VT. a.u l r-eor,;.i
to th rs-,ir'! -r d !T:iv ft
county. Mii"iri. In txwiW 1 - i
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nit lrulee. i (it;i.t trs tJ-M-r;!,
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