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KICK HILL, MIS.S01JJII, TIIU11SDAY JUNE, 30, 1010.
We are now prepared to
show you the most beauti
ful designs in Wall Paper
we have ever been able to
offer and at very reason
able prices, ranging from 5
cents to G5 cents a boit.
Anything you wish: crown
work, lower a n d upper
thirds, panel patterns, etc.
Dont fail to drop in our
store and loolc through our
sample books before buying
Fine Candies, Tobacco, Pipes
We will also be pleased to
supply you with the above.
Remember our fountain
is open at all times. See us.
Visits always appreciated.
WATSON & GRIMM
RiCH HILL'S BIG CilllMO
ill be a Sinnner ft. Soil is Coiiiief
Attire Arranjcmcnli S:ar;ul.
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The nearer tc 4'bof July arrives
tbe r, . -iter the enthasia.' m among
thos? wl-o arc eagerly watching
the proceedings preparatoiy to the
big celebration and free barbecue
tjbe piTcn in Rich Hill. The
main promoters tell us that never
in the history of the town have
Mich rx?-nsive preparation been
maJe. livr) thing is working out
wen bitter than expected, aud a
Krand, good time is in store for the
hundreds of visitors expected.
A letter from Trot. Filizola, maxi-
srer of the Ft. Scott Band, to Mr.
Muck Ruble, received this mom
ing, stated that "half of Fort
Scott will go to Rich Hill on the
Frisco's excursion train." Letters
ol ltqmrv hae been received frnrn
Kinas City, Mo., Kansas Citv.
Kun , Leavenworth, St. Joe, Atch-
tson, Ycatcs Center, Sedalia and
Jcz:ts of Mua'ler towns and all ol
ihtui will no doubt be represented
on Rich Hill's big red letter day.
Congressman C. C. Dickinson,
writing from Washington last Fri
day, would not poskively promise
to be here for an address, but since
'lis arrival at Clinton some of our
im-.rc prominent politicians have
J t-' u talking to him and there u
-c.Tci.iy a doubt but that he, to
t'Ler with Payton A Parks, will
j.!d:t.i the people. Tne coraruit-
i. ; ol. citing other tt:akers as
and mketht parade the biggent '
one ever seen '.a Southwest Mivi
The following item will ttv i
to how what icme of 'em are
The Modern V.'oodcien expect
to have their band find drill trim
in the line of march, and be.id- '
these they are building a big C'at.;
Jc Anderson, the sporting j
goods dealer, will add his ihare to
the line of march. He always dots-
W. G. Mycrrey, the jewe'.eT, will j
appear in the parade with an ad-1
verfising flat a- d a good one. i
.Watson & Grim claim they have!
sent to New York for a brand-new
and up to-the-minnte attraction for
the parade. Watch their smoke.
Wiikie Grim is arranging for a
big float on which will appear a
score or more beautiful Japanese
Both the Star and Happy electric
theatres axe building pretty floats.
The Royal Neighbors will prob
ably have the swellest feature in
the big parade. They always do
things when they start and they're
Will Phillips, Nick Mayer and a
large number of others are busy
on individual floats.
SAVE YOUR CHICKENS
LICE AND KITES
LEE'S LICE KILLER
QUARTS 350, 1-2 GAL E23, EiL SIX
RICH HILL fO.
rCCKS MM FRCU THE COUNTRY
ROBBED SATURDAY NIGHT
The 4tli of July
And Hot Weather.
The warm weather season h aliejuiy here end the
4th of July will soon arrive. Io v thtre isctrtalnly s?;i e
wearing apparrel you ought to have. If you buy it now
you will kill two birds with one stone. PossiWy it is s
cool light weight suit of clothes, or r.i.iyl? it is cr.ly a
iwell pair of light trousers and a sc ;'t negligee shirt ; f f.i
you may want a cool p.iir cf low shoes or a str3v.- lt.
It does not matter what the Man or Toy's apparel w'.r.t
is, we are better prepared to fill that want than any
clothes shop in Fates county. We m:;i :e a speci.il study
of what the man wants and needs ard the have it him.
"We have only one iron in the f.rc and that's red hot."
M i v f
All KtiuU j i
We have some very Nifty CUUics to thow the young
men and nun w ho wish to stav j ph-.i. Ilie Adler's Col
legiaa and Clpthcrait lines of clothing iire supreme. F
sure to come in and let us hv you before you buy else
where Don't let thfm try to sell you komethtng jatt a$
good when jou ask for Walk Ovtr sl'.oos-because they
havn'tgotlt. John B. Stetson ai d r onaine hats cur.'t
be beat at $3.50 and $.50. See o.;r lir.e of 50c and t c o
soft collar negligee ihitts. You can see the nobb.cit line
of Pants you ever looked at tejc-imd the pri.ts are
right. How'g your underwear, we have tiny kind you want.
Celebrate !n a Suit of
Clothes trorsi Bcaslcys
A force of men will begin the
vCttricrion of the huge cages for
the ... i'.d animal?, the chariots, the
.:r:-h:p and 01 her things p:rtaining
o the niile-lo: Mreet parade to
1 The fire department will ltgin
wo:k tomorrow on the building it
i prv.ipo-.es 10 burn to ihe ground in
co.! r -c ct the fire fighting dexon
X;vt!v.ti a-. advertiM-d on the big
wo .id for the f;te barbecue
s v.. ihc ground, the lire trenches
I i e dug Thursday and Messrs.
j 'Jhcvtrron, Steele and Garrison
i '.re contracting for the stock
:hi:t is to be s'aughtered.
; A new feature tor the cntertain
:i.cnt nf the people was put uuder
hv.-y today, when arrangements
.Mic mde to throw on a large cur
t.iti provided for the purpose and
. j -p:cuou to everybJy, the re--v.'.;-,,
by rounds, of the Jtffries
J h;ivnn comes.. This is to be
(iiniMied by sjxcial wire.
The advertising crews are finish-
i'tir ''i'-l Ps.ing today. Fully
.55 1. it c-i mi 1 toA ut, to sy nothing
1 the count iy district, lnve lveu
vlorii' d with the big bant.ert.
I i the b:g uu vjii! (and other
y - ) .' Ta parattv; or p.ijjvant
- 1 ili virg .v;:i be ii.cii:do.l
I-v.- ! uk vie :
1: .-e .ti Ui-ui.
C .!.'...: o! gua ' muihils, luo
1 by Capt V. V. Chevcnon,
tu fbh! of the day.
L;-fy hotMvback rivlrr-
t a lut-it nd rs.
Hi-d ot Ijdiinsand cwlviys.
vh Hi I fire dcimi Mccnt.
1 c -r t il au'oiuobiles.
I$.t-i'c iik-ii's ldvritlg fl
C owns atd funny fellows.
"The Slow Train Through
1'AMner band, etc, etc.
Tucfijicu dens of wild auiuuls
including, snakes, rsbras, wild
'.ion, lions, fro.iks, etc., will amue
(4d and joua, while the
nv.id if wa king animals, uch a
Upuiuts, girrtf.-s, etc, will be
Kjiully as funny.
A large u umber ate working on
tljiits 1 r this big teaturt ol the
cvlibration, and alt vhuto disire
:e icrd;ally inviua to take part
Last Saturday nicbtTom Craitr
a youn man who lives about two!
miles southeast of towrj, was'
h eld up anu robbed while on his
way home. He was driving along)
and encountered the robbers
where the road crosses the:
Frisco tracks. They pointed a
Run at him and went throuchl
his pockets but only got three;
dollars for their trouble lie i
was then told to drive on bat:
detoured and came back to town)
to inform the authorities who
made thorough search for the
miscreants but without avail.
One of the robbers was a white
man the other was a negro,
RIGHT ROW BY ElMS YQU3
RAKES AND BULL RAKES
ri p rmirt
il k I 1 1 I M J
IMPLEMENT HAS" -
WANTED IN CUAHOUA.
Constable John Stanyle arrest
ed Mrs. Art ha Muliis alias
Bertha Miller Monday on a war
rant sent him from Oklahoma.
The charge i s forgery. The
woman was a member of the
carnival company and was em.
ployed by the concession known
as "Uoauties of the deep." She
was taken to Oklahoma Tuesday
If you are looking for a
guaranteed razor or pocket knife
see J. A. 'Anderson. They cost
BRIttG back the
S A R ? A P A R I L L A TC.'IC
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Will KODAK July 4th.
All the glorious events cf
the day familiar faces,
In fact the best chance of
your life to get a gooJ col
lection of pictures for
your album, :-: :-:
MYERLEY & RHEA
m& in sm n n Mk a a
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