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l B. HICktY, Proprietor
Optra Moasf Bldg. Rich mil, Mo
Saucer Inured
(UMr,Tto nuns. pttM. ni' rwr.
LvaMMO JI Si h4 Fsi lu 1 m 1 Wrl
C3. BIililli2iatltlJIi
("In, tun is to have a great Ch a
lauiia assembly.
WANTED 13 teams wanted to
haul hay. $3 00 to $-j.oo per day.
Call on T. S. WiUon, Hume, Mo.
W. A. I-cgun, editor in chief of
the Mclx Times, was in the city last
Stturday and called on T11 Tut
hunk force.
John W. Jamison and wife were
among the number that went to
Butler lat Saturday to hear Col.
Ill) ai' speech.
(. G. Cook, of Piowell K Cook,
returned fiom another western Kan
sat tup last Fiiday. He was out
looking alter some land sties.
Kev, 1'. S. (J. Fiowell delivered
mitsionai y address at Peer Creek
chapel, touthrast of Adnan, last
Sunday morning and preached in
A 1I1 Ian Sunday night.
1. N. Minimi heard the speech of
Hon. W. J. Bryan at Butler last
Satuiilay. He was well pleased
with what he heard. He wasn't
the only Republican who went.
Hon. V. B. Lewis, postmaster
at ElDi-t ado Spi ings, passed through
the city Saturday on hit way to
Builrr on some couit business in
which pur fellow citizen W. H.
Unpaid was interested.
Fred Taitar, justice of the peace
in Osage township, Veinon county,
wa 111 the city last Fii.lay. By the
way, we undcistand he 11 the only
Kcpubln.au justice of the peace
they have had down there for tnoie
than twenty years.
We don't mean lo tell any talo
Mit of school but we iraily think
their wives ought to know that
Messrs. Templeton and Hales we.e 1 - conHtltutton dl-a-. and then-
, for ivmilreu coiixtltutioual tisat
in Butler "cou.tmg all dav ! ,. Hall Catai Hi Cur,., maun.
FT. day and S-luiday and lint will
account for their failuie lo get home !
Fliday niht
The special atltnlii-n of the city
street and alley cmimiltee it called
lo that put of ct Maple stiret
near ti c riossiug at 10th street. It
needs thu wllcniioii of lha sited
commissioner and for tht cnmfoit
and saltty nf tcauiMert should have
hit aiituiikoi at vi.wi.
' Work on the new electiic light
house it progressing.
A. C. Cute it acyihing the Rrass
on Gieenlawn cemetery ibis year.
The 15 a 2 a a r it Hill n;l!inn their
china t pricct that will stuprise you.
(Jo look tit it.
A large number of our citizen
went to Duller last Saturday to hear
W. J. Dry an speak.
Shiiley Uooth, son o( Mr. and
Mi. II. M. Ilooth, it visiting an
uncle fit Chanute, Kant.
Summer touriht rate to I'crt'e
Springs via to Mo. 1. Ticket on
tale d.iila May 15th to Oct. 1 t.
J. D. Moore is slowly improving
and hat been more seriously kick
than ha been generally supposed.
D. D. Hickey, of the Opera Drug
Store, and hit wife, are visiting rel
ative in Chanute, Kant., this week.
Mr. S. G. and W. D. Miller of
Panama, were in the city laM Sat
! urday looking after business matter.
I Messrt. Templeton & Hales spent
j all of last Friday and Saturday and
i Monday in the trial of case in court
j at Butler.
I See the tpicial line of hats that
j are 3 be told at special prices at the
1 Hazaar. You can get one for 10c.
or one a little better for 25c.
! The Ladies Aid Society of the
! Walnut Street M. E. Church hae
put down a new carpet in that
church at a cost of about $200.
j At the Bazaar you will alsQjind
a second table lull of hats. These
are worth up to J 1.00 and will go
; for the small sum of 10c. See these.
i Herman Johannes and Miss Li'lie
j Hall were quietly married at Neva-
. da last Sundjy and came to Rich
j Hill on a visit to Herman's parents,
j We extend congratulations.
i Cully Circle, ton of Mr. and
' Mrs. Geo. O. Circle, left for Colo
Irado Tuesday morning to engage
I in work on a good job he. has se
i cured out there.
j Mis Dacotali White came home
I last week from McAllister, lud.
Ty., to spend a four week's vaca
tion with her parents Dr. and Mr.
J. K. White.
Special excursions to Colorado,
Utah and South Dakota, via thej
Mo. I. K Tickets on sale d.iilv i
June 1st to Sept. 30th. One fare
plus $J.oo for the round trip.
W. II. niankciil ckcr and wile. Shawnee,
of Olathe, Kans., jre the proud ; s-jnuce,
parents of another son, born Sun-' Drrpwater,
day, July uth. Grandpa Snider is ! sJiutiimr -able
to be out and his smile i some, sr. I'i.-t..!,!
less than a yard wide.
There is no excuse tor the ladies
and children going baicheaded now. j
At the Hanaar you will tind a tatde j
full of trimmed hats, none of them
worh lcs than Si.o, and )ou can
have your choice for ic. Jus! j
think of it and then go see tl cm.
A feaiful wiecti ou the Missouri
Facilic, three miles southeast of
Luiie iilue and bist svest of Ltei
Sumnut, Sunday atieinoon, resulted)
in the death of three persons and
the wounding of thirty or duty
others. An excursion tiain was run
into by the fast mail.
i.ihn ltrn inn nf tit.
- - t.
Hern, wat taken very sic
urda) evening and ty Sund.y even
ing had developed a seveie cae ol
pneumonia, fiom which he died
Monday night. His mother, sshu is
a widow, hat the sympathy of all
in her deep soirow.
To convince )ou that the Bataar
is selling china for almost nothing,
read these piices. 1 hey will sell
you ( tumblers for HV, i sauce
dishes for toe, a good sied vege
table dish lor IOC, ( cups and sau
cers foriC, aud many other bar
gains at propoitionutely low piices.
Then 1 more Catarrh In IhU mv
thin of th country than nil other
dim-a put together, and lllitll t he
hint fw year w a Mippowd to !
lucuralilo. Foragivat many year
i1,h tor proiioiino'd It aliH iil dlMne
and prv'wi il-d hM ni reineiiii'M, au-1
by contant!y falling to cure ssilh
local trratiueiit, pionoiiiiei-tl it Iih ii
rable. Science ban proyencatan h to
,ur,.d hy F. J. Cheney A. Co..
Toledo, Ohio, I the only rotmllt u-
tloiial cure ou I lie imiiket. It I j
taken Internally In dow front h i
drop to a teapoonful. It in l lt
re'tly on the hlood 111 - I tuiii on nir
(aivotthi KJnteiii. i li. x offer one
hiualo'vl iloll.iri ri' ai d lor any c.iih
It fail to curr. Send for clicitho
and ti-tltiioiil.il. AddrvM.
F. J. t II:M.Y 4. Co.. Tt.k-.bt. t.
Sold hj' FrucUt. T.V,
JiU'i buii.v FUla ant tU Ut.
See the china at the Hazaar that
it being told below cut.
Otcar Newton returned la Kan.
tat City Tueday afternoon.
Mr. W. I,. Whitney and children
returned from their visit lo Chicago
Monday night.
Hutlu'i 4th of July celebration
wa a success in numbers,' enter
tainment and enjoyment.
Lon Cook and wife hae remov
ed to Kaiixi City, where Lon hat a
position with the Metropolitan Street
Railway Co.
Cleo Claig, after several day
l.iy-tff by sickness, ha returned to
duly a messenger at the Long Dis
tance Telephone office.
Kev, C, C. James left Tuesday
morning to attend the inter-national
Epwortb League Convention at De
troit, Mich., which it now in session.
O. W. Iiingham, editor of the
Scheil City Newt, ha been appoint
ed to a position in the weighing de
partment of the Railroad and Ware
house Commissioner office.
Mrs. Wm. Ellege and little
granddaughter, Edith, of Rich Hill,
it (pending a few day at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. A. O. Black.
Summit News, Butler Record.
(J. A. K. SanFrancisco. f$ for
the round trip via the Mo. P. Ry.
Ticket on tale Aug. 5-14. Final
return limit October 13th, Hop ov
ers allowed going and returning at
and west of Colorado points.
Couutv Court.
The counly court met Monday.
July 6th, and transacted business a
follows: '
Anna M. Fugh adjudged insane
and ordered sent to asylum as coun
ty patient.
Some twenty bids for bridge
were received and opened and re-
; jected by the court as being too high.
Mary Seward adjudged insane
and ordered sent to asylum a coun
ty patient.
T. II. B. Bell was appointed
Justice of the Peace for Ml Pleas
ant township to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of D.V.Brown.
The following weie appointed u l
World' Fair Commissioners from !
this county:
Grand River,
Deer Crctk,
Last Iloune,
West ISoone
West Foint,
. . .
Geo. Argenbr.ght.
Andy Erhart.
Dr. S. li. Kash.
Geo. Bosviell.1
I Mound,
W. I. lilack.
John Krinn
John Deerwester
Aaron Hell
T. D. Day
- W. M. Tyler
Frank Crowell
W. A. Simpson
C T. Mumford
- J. W. Bailey
S. K. McCown
T. L. Harper
Cyrus Kua
Chat, Hunt
. L. Heyle
C. Hirni
II. Fhiibrick
Dr. W. A. Williams
I Charlotte,
New Home,
Lone Oak,
Fivasant Gap,
lolls ani"uutii to ovrt $1,000
1 were allowed,
Walnut Street M V. Chureb,
There will be preaching at the
Walnut btreet M. li. Church next!
1 1 . i- . jcsuiniay at 1 1 a. m. ny icev. sv es
k last bat-1 . . 3 . '
, . . , ,
I ley l.attin .so services at o p. ni.
Sunday School at 9:45 . in.
junior League at l:,p p. m.
F.pvsoith League at 7 p. m.
Fiaycr meeting; Thursday 7 : 30.
Cuss. C. Jamks, l'astor.
First Freabj tf nan Church.
Theie will be preaching tersice
next Sunday at It a.m. and S
p. m.
Fra)er meeting Thuisday S p.m.
Sunday School at 9:4s a. in.
Junior Fndravor at 3 p. in.
Senior Lindeayor at 7 p. in.
W. B. Chance! koh,
n ivrrn-Vol Ail Ul 10 niviuim
for lioterunieiit Position.
Ou iihi in all li isartinmitit
tiood '
saMrn. Mapid. I roiaoiiou, r.
auuiiatloii .Hn. Farlii ular In-.
Inter M ite Cor. limCtlar Kapld.
1:1. t ).
llomeMi ker tt 111 tin.) t tut tin y
ran K. t all the liitormal Ion nlmut
the country aud laud .r ale,
tloittliet ss ant, front ins. Wearv
tl-'iiUng In I ni.U in tliat couiurv,
mil vte will U phaiwtl lo call
and mv you. or vt ill wad J oil nil
ll.e llleialiil that U innV
st .ml la r lervistv ti ! cotinti t .
We wont I In- pl iim'xI to Iwttn
j oil call and v u. or Va-lld u
w or-l to 1 ait aud mv )wi, l.xeur
loil rate Ml any time.
FKSWtlL & CCCJC, E::i El!!, l!3,
TIk w-ntl-r Urlt. I rj Wly
I .(i.f nltrt thHr cr.jt find tln-r U
no rwtt cf rr roBi; ih .
M'-Mtr. Judir fn lf Wm IOw-Wi
nnd Bnl.lrV' i'tmtf. iv companiM t't -
. I I - .11 .. 1 I M . I,. 1'iilL
Sntnrly tn iV-nr P.rt-ain k. 'f
roiirw H rntiwl Now It b
I till' 1iinf Ut ronb.W ssltU Uutt-r
Our young; Mkn on- nntW latiiit;
trip t Um ttfw fiwil work j l. nlr
tn-nr I"itff, H.itur )y.
lr. IeliiiM t-r nu I wiff mt tall
Inif at Mr. .j-r . tunlny.
Mitut llannnh XVtUU wm railing on
l iM'lxlMrii lirrs Thurwln.r bt,
Frmi'-U TIIliMn. n of Henry Till
u, nrrowly rwixd cttlh IkkJIs'
hurt rsciitl7 w hlle t.nthititf Irs turn
tr oml. I riitK l dicft mi-1 stru k
is n(t, si hU h n-n'tratJ bU M'J-,
lunkln h riikIi dno half IihIi dii ji
and an Inch loujr. At l.it account
ho fan doing well.
A und dog pai-l throush KUfd
Saturday, cn-atJnjr, quit a attr. It
sen ollowfii to the top of Ave bill
by I'm ml Kelly and Kpnet-r King;,
where It wm killed. It tilt one cat
and three don on lt way, bnt tlier
hnve all been killed.
ItoLiert Afliury of IiKU Hill. iu
calling on lady frieuda liere Surnlny.
I'eopte panning our corn field now-n-dnya
nre furjrlieI and aomew hat
nlarniel at the popping and tracV-
Ing isonnd lieanl, but on Inrwilen
tlng, find It I tlie eorn pTOtvIng ao
M Olna Jono'AMnd brother, Har
ry, are TWting frV-n4 at Adrian.
Exr.K c.
tJei. I teitil wji helping John Klli
on plow hln corn over the firt tim
the latter part of lat week.
eo. Itronson and wlte were hop
ping la i:i h Hill lat fsaturdnr.
iu Olnud wa In Kkh Hill lnt
Wedmnilay after threohitig inarhlne
snpplie which he had sent for but
failed to get tltem yet.
Cha. Kienbergier win In I'.ich Hill
with a load of corn lat Haturday
for which lie got 4jc It bu.
Andrew KlUilge wiu the first to
get hi threshing doiie In thm n-ii:h-Uorhood.
He wraa thrwhlng Thurs
day of lait week.
We had a fine rain In thi .e'tion
of the country lat Saturday even
ing, and It wn needed too.
Hay and harvest hand are pretty
scaw around here. Several parties
are i" r Ja.T J cannot
get euougU haudm.
V. Xlerritt. who baa Ueu fanning
:irtof the l'.utler fa nn this stuim. 1
,hM R funw n).ftr iKv.pwBU.rj
tor nest year and cotuitteiK-ed inov-!
lag lat M otiday, an he p-t ponh-
, slon right away.
K11 ban Nn on thekk !It
for onie time, but In some U tter at j
John Merritt wa delivering noiiie
hogx to r.hh I i ill buyer Monday.
Win. Iiougla wa stacking hi
wheat lat Saturday and Mouday.
PljOW hoy.
Mr. Cilhftswn of Kich Hill. t.peij
M ednt'Hday vstth her daughter. Mr.
O. i. Myer.
Win. heatky I aufTering from an
ahwcM on hi right eye.
The farmer had five aud one-half
day nnt wivk for hay harvet, and
they put til gontd time.
Mr. Lut!T Oiile an I family, of 1
KntiHita City, vliu-.l at Fk-u gie'
I.'mt week.
Fricle IWe Neat went to a tiartu r
hop s lien In town Monday and had
hi Italr khtitgled. I'm le lie rvotienl
ed im to 100. iit " h would l-nn
li i 111 n Sunday hlrt. He would like
totmrrow a roller and tli Imm I".
Hurkholder, no he ran go to iiavtlug
Mr. WiLon purrhaMsl n new 100 vv
lug itinehiiio V fli-.lay.
1 I". HoMiikoii anil family Sun
dayed at iteti Pand .
Mr. F.d Meyer, of Adeton tlty,
s a nt the U-tlside of til olek in. .1 ti
er, w ho U t ill Sery It t.le at her s
tcr in law ', Mrs. IU.uk.
We hrarl (in Hill una lu town
Siituolay tir.'iKging alnut hi l.ig
out crop, lait Hot a word ntntit
-t..i,,..l. VV .!...)! .t.... 1
the Nprague u ritie to p u t-d !
OU that melon crop.
llapvr I'-ro., and lau Itoop arv
lighting mo)iilto and hartel!ug j he i going to ur and rhe pr.
liny down ou the l iioii land. 1 Im- i f,,r )tilllT,
ilallll t lie 1u.w-u:Umh an hil' through .. ,
a hlaiiket ertarirt. Wr. Il... r Oe ! ""
cooking and righting Die little i-ot. j
I ne ol Hie t' isac t!e ittvw.uUo
tried to pull the blaiAet oft o tltem.
We don't know s ho l hating tiM-liuu-t
lull, the Initsor tlw lu-juito.
We have Wvu having ISik' grstiitg
.hotter tlw pai.t few il.ttu.. Corn u
....... 1...- .,., n-... ...i 1 11 . . t t..
lllirv SM,wiu t.i.' tiiiti.tH. 11 '.;i.i
Klneiand no roast liiKea r jet. hut tt e are
grow lug fa.t.
tS'nug to have plenty tu.
Si NxKisr.
We look a trip to the courtitr a
few Jsts ago and Kateled over a ;
recently worked load. The si.it
bsd been drawn out a the load wt'.h
a legulrr road scraper and tlutnid, AlWn' l'o.t a pvndvr. It runs
out and left without any attempt I lu'lsiU uartaig. ts.-rt.u .v mi l
, r -.1. 1-1 . ! liiitMW ilg la.ic alul tut.nl! take
lesefing it slow it. That toad was) . . . .
j ttrt Vlug out t-t cvrn nu I hutuoii.
woisato tint, oter than Ussou'.d;,,., ,t- sr,,, rsilf.rt t,A.,vry
hate been if neser touched. Ubt',j age. ASUu- I'ik.i li.w. lu.ikv
i ih use of spoiling a rcasoaahls j t..tt or n-w r. I ray. lti.
KuvkI lead just to dra a lot of sl it !, curv t ,r nii.i.'. eallou.
into it anJ spod it to at o pay joui j
poll tat. Why not nuke the road
better and gtt the tat pateitle
tt.t el thtd uwatf.
P.rtj.tMr, Kiwi' Hi.
rwr-i Tirir'r: ts'lnt trt-t
I ft llilnz f tV pnst itr! imtlr.
r-t I at-":! r.ini 1. l-d. Tlv b'-nt
ljfcll V K'i'X to nofh l;st-v I
tl ..... I . I - . . , - .1 I
f it t!,it- (.), ..!,. . tin" eK'rm
I H.k nm if Uy li. j
To uiw la fin at ttsf rfraT tir.-i. j
Tb rut tro k t " r,at4i tiit tf!
tiine I hey -xn to r5;n ar-ftU-w
thnt werr hut tut In K'hA r..ti
i tir-luj; lialit. ruiwh -f it !
ss ntrd lr-ns ttrf ta)u L)w-n e-jf.id i
l ft't uatlr It Of. A Icir pat.he.
were i.t l.tind at !."it f r f
(josre a for hy. j
Corn In grosilicg !; irr
t-t for Die lt ten .Jaya ar-1 It j
ke-p Hh eiiitlrator ifcf-ra? Ling t '
kei-i up with the prfjdeoai'on. !
Ihehigdrtil l-r v,m Im .rj.i:.i'
teadily nw on Ivtig tin. Tl-y j
hare oiily thrw ruen. but t!w y k-p j
it going from eaiiy mom till or Vi
o'chxk at eight. ThU or hi Ibown ,
bm tin? Harlan dr'.U.
The P.ishop dri.i i rfdy f r ti-rw-M
ncept tU-ir l;-r. Li h i
ftill at Sheldon. Fora s'jii i4!
or othr they fa.'ll to jr-t tkstjj '
that U 'orig to It and ti-y ur. 5-r-tn.k
to haul it out oa a euturaoa ;
wagon, hut it has br.k-n down t 1
wngorm w ithin a quarter of ai;,
of tiie -tarting uAut. AiM not r;jif.h ;
wonder, m it w-f lgh f tit and ot
half tn. Th-!r derrv k waieoru-i'
; pletel fact SatunJy erfiii'ns' and
the builder Mt fr their h tut-a S jii
dag morning. ;
No other drill ban tdiowed cpyet;
and tln-w two w ill hare it tbe!r own
way for awhile.
C. A. Bik:..
Mrs. Wui. Wilwn' ba!e i quite!
low with catarrhaj lever. Ill very '
low and not eijxrtel to live.
There waa a munk-ailenterhainineiit
at the Arthur who'd hon? hut :
night by a traveling ruan. i
Mr. .;ii?t, one of our raerthact. j
went to Nevada yesterday. '
Mr. Putter U il jn. of H'.luvU. j '.
here on a vU!t to hU fatl-r. Wra. j
Wilson, and other friend. '
Mre. Olis-e In ubk- tu le cp and
around again. !
Mm. 2ive -ut a load of bog to !
the I'.kb Hill market yeUrday. ;
'UK .tWtll. -
AVe are looking for Mr. W. H. Cot-;
ton cne of day to co.jt; int'.i f
the neighborhood with Li youc
army of bay-maker and ever r
iiiauy hay. bailer. They Jut t-.ke
thing n tU-y go, and they go pret-
Newt CunYcr is laying hi fern bv .
. aii'l it W fine. He ha Li x. cut;
j""'1 rtn on Lisnortu t
J-,ru, "e near. j
Mr. lleiiiy in ekk. but we hoj he;
i U 1 letter now.
I Frof. (ichUier ha bought the
!'g Il ik c'ut. uosv. we are g'i:ig .
t have a college craie thi wiuter. j
We think e will go. If he w i!I let tin.
aud 1 thiiik be iU.
U had a tine time at the M. F
Chunh South lat bight. an hx-crrani
acH-ial. and what a time we did have.
1 w a n hur I did not f.ud out how !
much Hh v tH)k in. cah I mean.
Some of u did not g-t home unt.l
after 1-' o'clock.
are hat ing tlie fir-)t of eat her
now, au.l the com U grxing night!
a well a day.
Cil digging will Ix-gin at or new 1
co;l tdiaft In n very few day.
li. II. 1 ioI ia h.-c nearly all hi
oat rut. j
Vcmy I'.c.t kin ha h! tm laid t y. !
It look flue Uk-v tell toe. j
I am an ftsl niivlouft f.r Wa; Je;;rj
to eonw.
Mi-ssJ. W. r.li.w.U is Utiii;g in!
Colorado. j
Pud Niptuise l rnuit i g a h.is
Iwsik-r tor W, II Cot tou. '
t oiirnd I'opp aitl to thr-h hi;
lw.t n (;:!lv Ua.l '
U. T. V Alien ieiit to t
h H
cter!..Oo t.tke in tlrf ;lit.
I'uk Thonliou Im !k' of ti:ri
otto tht t ear, he L M(.f ,-.ru t h.iu
- i
!UMGl jiOtSt ORtO SlOM.j
Id Ci: Fl Ki t Mls 111 1. 1' j
tt'n CaiittV FAI..MFKS tit hknioj
Pkkh VIS--S. vn VSKT i:.r ltS
.3 "" - W-..' ti.j Im
1 M, W ... . ev - .7
aud u-.'l. IionI, a. huig Lvt. "I rv ll
ixt-oiv. S.tl I hy tt.'l dru.-.ut mi I
h.e iliuv Py uia'.l l..r Av. hi
taa.p lt'...l ia,u. I Ad
Uit, AUvtt 5j. t-'.ius'.s J, i. Uojr, .Y,
We base t?.e test an ! rr.st cc.-.??nlent refriger
ator tht st art cJ kee cur butter an.I
che?4 ia !! ?.nrst cf arl-. at prices i:,it are
at low at otbert rt for pev'-j htn J s -.1 jxkJs.
Just Receivings
which we 5-iris!e l be ar.ai- fr:m o' J wet
al 13 te as fcI ilir at ci-j t rr.jit frari
he?- Now it i;.. t.te is Li jiuf :..v. --"r s ;p
p5 cf f 2;x, ttfvre le k,.:J. jt to aw
Geo i I ter; c!.;cc ;ats ti 5-.0 f cm I
RiFFiTii Grocery Go. S
Do-a'l fail Is irir? J--' fft-isce ts t'z'.s vj-.ti f re
yoi wi'J net csy ftt ti t:p j-ticei icv U fcst caa git ti
test quai.ty cl &L t reck tcii-szttilz.il. I wist jzsit
litis aa 1 if f rce. gvzS t'ii t J t-iit-cest
ft: it. joi wiU ceilnc'-y tnJ- tilt it:?.
I qicts a. f;w prices L;o :
7 Its tuiic Koileri OiU.
5 its gc-aJ Kite
1 lb Ir.perii! Tea
1 gil tutkit Sziztir.: . .
1 i:z i-iiti Fr-it Jtrt ....
1 dcz j
K! Fr-i't
Sbcrts .
Ikst qaahty Cct n Cbcf t
the city. This gaariatt oe
tbt test yoj tver useJ, your
J H. P. JAMES. -
1 .
Clearance Sale!
We have inaugurated the
Greatest Clearing Sale in
the history of this "Old Re
liable' House.
Bargains in Every Department.
-mv.IMUsIIY 100 MAM 10 VIMJON.
Sn:n:rr Clothe at greatly te-ceJ pice if ycu'il
enly tome ia ste'U convince jo-4
$.y! ti Sa'l k.0 at. . - , f.5
$ co 10 i ,io Suit go at . . .. - - - Si ii
Wash (icav.'s are so ng tegtrJIcSt tf cst.
i U.tni'.is, a. I cwl.it. t II'-,C
n.c Sok (.liahAu.s (tilt j-ac-t) at . Je
In Jit !. as at . . . ... )C
Aci a thouaci ntor iUrji.as ia Wash tiaoJ, lbi.'.t).
Faiies" bknts, etc.
I .
! 1- i
We are tk.u
tclie Wc
i a sp?viI f.ijit tj
re i..kir. jx
price on
ladles' aci Uses' Sjsials.
Cfat's f jaws Shs aai Ovarii.
And r.iany, manv odd It will put j j t visit our
ale Closes
Cor 6lh& Park Ac.
S Ghesse
Jrs .
tie j fz -.1 el
with every tick, li act
rccsey crrfilf refslei-
- Proprietor.
'I 1 .
C' t
t n
r::f!oui'y l-jw
AiiQiist. 1st.
- Rich Hill. Mo.

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