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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, 51 ai,
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Why Not All-Wool
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All-wool clothes are honest clothes.
There is no question about their good
ness their superior wear and style
and shape holding qualities.
The only reason that prevents . many
many men, perhaps yourselft from
getting them, is the high prices.
Some men gladly pay the difference.
A signed guarantee in every Cloth
craft suit or overcoat makes you sure
of pure all-wool. And you won't need,
to pay high prices.
Clotlicraft Clotes are the only clothes
in the country selling at $10 to $25
guaranteed absolutely pure wool-
We have them. You ought to have
them. : -: : -: :-:
JUST A MOMENT
Rich Hill has long been in need of
a Parlor where ladies as well as gen
tlemen may enjoy a nice lunch while
down town shoppingt after theatres
or club parties. We are now ready to
serve you with a nice lunch or hot
drinks such as: Chocolate, Clam or
Beef Boullion and Cofiee. Sandwiches
of all kinds. Fino Mexican Chill, etc.
PAY US A VISIT.
WE GUARANTEE TO PLEASE,
WATSON & GRIMM
A fW THINGS YOU NEED
A new buggy top
An extra pair of side curtains
A new storm robe
AnJ Other things too nsntrous it mention
alberi mm m Implements
CANDIES and CIGARS,
"Try our Bread"
On Wednesday Oct 20th at
7:S0 p. tu. lh inamVif'f Ret F.
A. Culmer Ph. B., pastor of the
M E. Church South of this city
and Mis Allone Parker Philips
of Outrville Mu. t k place.
Th bride in the yonrsKi3it
daugtiUr of thi- late Re?. Lamar
tine Phillips who difd about to
years tp whilM ttioned st
The (jrMim i- ihf pKtor of ih
M. E. Church Sou'h,of this citj,
and has been stationed in our
city only a chort time.
Ret. L. P. Norfleet, pastor" of
the M. E. Church South at Hi
Rinsville, Mo-, who is the bride's
uncle, performed the ceremony-
The couple ill spend a few
days visiting in and arodnd
Sedalia where the bride has
many friends. Rer. Calmer will
occupy the pulpit of the M. E.
Church South at Otterviile Son
day Oct. 24th, while Rot. Joaeph
King, of Nevada, Mo., will preach
at Rich Hill in bis place.
Owing to nearness of the an
niTersary of Re?, Philips eick
nea and death, th weddieffwas
a very quiet affair.
Paul D(-lamatr is moorninpr
the loaa of a brand new overeat
and John Ilackett is short acr i
SteUon hat the result of a vilt
byaaneak thief to tho t'aiir.z
rink Monday night.
Tha coat and hat together
with the outei garments of the
ret of the skaters were Lanping
on a rack provided for that por
pessj by the management of the
rink and were taken while the
boys were skating.
Every effort was made by the
authorities to dicover the thief
but so far he has eluded arret
The overcoat in question was a
lunirone. is SO. light grey in
color wiih an automohiie collar
and had the owners name in the
pocket. The hat was a John B
Stetson nize 718 and bore Ivr
&. Hf. Imprint-
The iiffair very much to h
rerettvd and teps si ou'd betak
en ft n to see that it does n't
happen again We would sug
Ket a nyem of -hekintf.
Lalrr: The hat wa found Ky
Cirie Irwin in the road cr
trotn thedepitTutday morninc
illiji. wJ t X m .
TrO '?r'lfr J7p
i : i i f ;
Mirer O'Keit CsaJ.
Tha Mo. Pacific Railroad Com.
pany hav commenced a series
of improvements tn all tracks
csar this city.
Tha road through tha bottoms
has been greatly improved by
having all brush Bear the track
claarsi away and all tha ballast
ying idly in tha ditch piled a p
against the grade where it will
be of greater benefit.
The switch tracks ia this city
are also being improved by a
force of Q4D, who are engaged
in laying new rails and ties.
This has been needed for some
tine and we ara glad to seethe
work progressing so rapidly.
Word rrached here Sunday of
the death of Minor O'Neil son of
Tom O'Neil of this city at Mus
The unforntnnate young man
was engaged in a livery stable at
that place and is reported to
have fallen from an excursion
boat into the Mississippi river
A large reward was offered for
the recovery of the body but it
had not been found at this writ
The relatives or tha young
man have the aympathy of all in
Missouri Agricultural College,
Wo are in receipt of a hulletin
frttn the Missouri University
setting forth the advantages of
the Short Winter lur in Ag
riculture. The Missouri Agri
cultural C lleee U doing great
work and ehould bo encouraged,
Thee bulletius can be had by ap
plying to P. II. Mumford, Dean,
Mr. Al dunn i vis itiug in
Pittsburg Kans. this week
Mrs. W. T. Duvall returned
from her visit in Indiana Tues'
The recent rains are mach ap
predated by duck hunters and
f Armera ali ke.
You cannot aPord to buy
horse blanket or Up robe with
out hrt seeing our lino.
J. A. Anderson. it
Those correin dents whe are
out o f inaUnal wnl cosier
Ms. Pacific lrn;rolF3 Roadl
ST" LOUIS MtoxQ
R. R. GOMPANY
Round Trip Winter
'J" lollit M III
Aldlximn, Cubo. I'loritld, Gooriiti
Iotaltsleaiaci Mexloo, MiwMiKMippI,
Xew MckIcu, eit Citrollnti, T.
libHHeo ix icl Tc?jc . Via I'rlino. Ica
ififoot rv'ovi;Min:ji; it iuoo.
G. B GONOVRR Agent.
Miss DakotaWhita of Nevada
visited in this city Sunday.
Watson h. Grimm are serving
sandwiches and hot drinks.
Paul De'amater was a Fusts r
The Mo. Pac. Iw R- Co. have
an extra gang at work in the
tarda here laying new switches.
Dr. Claud J. Allen was a busi
ness visitor in Duller Tuesday, j
II. Rheinhamer the telephone'
Ban was a Rich Hill visitor Tues
Shorty Meyers departed Mon
day morniug for Pittsburg Kan. i
where he has emaloyment. j
Ed. McCarty and Herman!
Sick left Monday for Hannibal;
where they are dela-.us at a
Iv. P. Convention.
Rev. Jos. Ktnt of Neada, will'
preach in tha lecture room of Um :
Southern Methodist Church
Sunday Oct. -2.
W. C. Hedden or tha Kairview 1
ndjhborhood ia attending a
Baptist meeting and visiting re
latives in Etadaha.
F. S. Tolls of tha Oalt. Mo Sun. ;
was a pleasant caller st thi
office lastTuetiay. He, logcth- ;
er witli nis wife and fimily, are
viaiting John Sproul of this city.
The conference at the African
Methodist Church in session at
Independence Monday tamed
J Rev. T. U. Ranger as ist i f
tha churches at Pallor and Ktch
If you buy your ammunition
from J A. Andaren vou wi 1
i get just what you call for. Yia
THREE v 1 POINTS
We have bought our Fall and Wider 1910
1st Stock anJ we are gcin to st'.l evsrr rcll cf it
in a way that will please our customers..
We buy enough to get the test price ai we
are ia a position to mxke the prices rijht.
These prices will ciraa something to you Ve
3rd cause we have the papers that will suit yen
and match your fun iihings.
If you wish to decorate htracniouvly we
have all papers to it with.
OPERA DRUG CO.
favor on us by letting cs know! do ru t hare to taka something
when next they wtiteor by call tlao just a good. We have all
log at this of rice If they lispvwn kinds and all the different had
tsbointov n. l tt rricv. It
On Sale November 1 to April 30, 1900
To Alabama. Cuba. Florida. Gearnia,
Louibiana, Mis-sissippi. Tennei-.see,
yontli Carolina, Texas:, Old Mexico
and New Mexico.
R. A. BAILEY
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