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mm, VOMJMK leu. kicii hill, Misson:!, thi;ksiky jink,l rjio. m;mbek x: FIRES LAST ll ;EW HOME CliTTiNG AFFRAY. ClEM-l? DAY. EAST SIDE EUrlGLAH. WALL PAPER We are nov prepared to show you tho most beauti ful designs in Wall Paper we have ever been able to oiler and at very reason able prices, ranging from 5 cents to G5 cents a bolt. Anything you wish: crown work, lower a n d upper thirds, panel patterns, etc. Dout fail to drop in our store and look through our sample booksbefore buying CtEll BP. On June i'th the cit.V-ens ef iKichlHl will hate chance to Sunday evening as a result of j how the pride thy take in their j on whirli Broolfn i. lai.l nn mill. I tit r tT DuIlxS C3 their CAt a&iji&th &i Cold Drinks Fine Candies. Books and Stationary Tobacco, Pipes Post Cards FIRE DEPARTMENT UA&E iKl VUl CE3. EP.C0KS SEP.I3 JSfY IMJUPEO BY "THE C!TrC0.IC!l 8EJS.UTES J'JIE BUT FAILED TO 00 UUS'.: txit'J- ; KXlfE IX THE BHCJ Of PAUL i ITU AS THE B J Y TO TION CH ACCOUNT Of AL-.kJ i P. H 0 D Y SwKOAY BEING TURNED IN LATE. Geo. Brook and Paul Bhody A resid nr situated on :-st .eng.ig d in a fight at New Oiive St. burin-d We.lnt xi.y "Tt r.it g May ill, about o'clock. The buildir g was owned and re- numerous cuts and bruise and Probing in clean Cp their cuoied bv a Mr. Hester. Nutw rejiorted to be in a serious con- premisf s. This clean Bp teti- ot the family were at home wh'-n Jit ion. Dr. Rhodes the tire wan discovered. To dressed the wound, building whs insured by a cum-i the outcome of pany represented by V. C Stone braker it Son for $100. i brought before Squire K i m brough Monday and was released on a one hundred dollar bond. citizen jt?.::;:ie: wit? iinun IS TIE Sl!t. A V.st li'clrkT:?! !7 t";t shortly after the fisl y had re tired, Mr. f ioo. D, o f Foster' are taken op by the council wid The fight I be of groat bereft to tie c.ty a former quarrel between the two men. Mr. Hhody was arrested and MEHQEIAL SERWJ2K. The memorial sermon was de- We vcill also be pleased to supply you with the above. Reracm'oc-r o u r fountain is open at all times. See us. Visits always appreciated. I IV. WATSON & GRIMM The residence of D. 11 Pontius located in the Sounwost parted town was destroyed by tire last Thursday night. Only part it the household tITects were con -suuied, Mr. Pontius Laving mov ed the rest only a few days be Ajl fore to his present residence up 1 livered at the Walnut St. M. E jt'wn. The prcpei ty was ir.sjrtd Church by Bev. Woocwani and tj j b. a company represented by B. j was we 1 attended. Mr. Wood 5) K Hoover V. Sn. .ward spoke very touchingly of : The residence if El Abies:!-; J uateil on Eist O.ive St. was burn- , led t'gfther with its ct.lorjt lat Jsuiiua. morning about ootlws Mr. Able a;.d his wife were ausy Z.') ! from home at the time of the t'te j and its origin is a mystery. In ' surance was carried on liue iand contents to the amount of tiiose vh' have laid down their lives for their country and of the lv n r cue the patriot. About forty members of the Camp of the (J. A. !! were present. C:.'-!iot St. btwen tcotir e ar- -:ia ia th he-;. I! i ixaicJ'ite.' rtu? anl gri-.pl-! with ti, irt'-ir. who prrThl V r uch fr Vz., h--:-?Ter, ac-J br eke tTjr jr., itg irr4 tlj e.- Irom a iit.tary txmt of as1 well tu Le!pingt mkite it iDorejC-J2- beautifaL Once you baTe a back Tl.-e t.re r. z'-J r':jsA va yard clean a little care wh'l kpfO'U-i aciit os' J r.-,t Lav it in that condition. So when wejben R'i f:r t- UZ-r lad L get them cleaa let keep them j been tacLt. 11 '. r'zl'a clean. Get out the abovel sd j VA nsoiiirtr tp u -;-r the raVe and clean op eood then i u ti.t borTior! if you have tine plant a few Sow ers. Hemembcr that & c;eaa back yard is a beautiful thing and "A thing of beauty is a y forerer. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS PICNIC. in a company rr presented jf ! b.v StocebraUer i Sou. lathe case of each of these Rich Hill Steam Laundry. ff33 ;i i Send us your Shirts and Collars. 1 I three fires the alarms was only turned in afier tiie bouses were : completely wrapped in tlames so j that the tire department although Ithey made excellent time were ; Family Washing (flat work ironed) unable to save them. Some bet-1 A nnntc nor nnnnrl ter method of turning in 'alarm should be instituted. t!ie A BEAUTIFUL SILVER PLATED SUGAR SHELL OR TEA SPOON WITH EACH 2GC PACKAGE OF GATE CITY RICE JAMES CASH GROCERY The barn on the place of Dan' C'rabb south i st of town ws struck by lightning tud bet on tire Tuesday evening during the ihuuui r sioi'in. Toe bam vis tiiU-d wuli faruiing maeluiiery E and was insured by a company ri'liri'k.llli'ii 111 I? t' lliuiv..r A- wV m Sou. l l uuirrow visiiia nis moiuer tj in ll.is city Suod.iy. A. lo'uiy w.s a County seat i-itor hist Thursday afuruoou. Anility Clerk C. G. Weeks of LSulier was a visitor here Sunday. Wm. Pontius. P.OF'RIETOR. South Sixth Street. Mrs. Wilson Weather' c'ass of the Presbyterian Sunday School spent a very pleasant af ternoon at the home of their te acher southwest of town last Thursday afternoon. The e n tertainment consisted of various games and delicious refrsh m ents were served. Those pres ent were: Bessie Kicer, Mary CASE CF SILt?:i. Clate Z?pp. who Tt'.litoz th K.t Sii?, wis iozzi to Laie & weil develc ;.d cas cf -r Mcrdy and the pres:' wf proxpt!p o,5iritin-4. It I re ported that he the da ;a in a mild form and that there is 1. ttle dargtr cf its f, realrg c-i accoint f tLe prcscj.t cea-sare Uk.23 for its if.;a..cr. V. W. Starring w.:i -preich y the Keith sshooi tease text Sun day aftert-rcn after Sunday School which meets at Z o'ciock. King, Mrs. Paul Wagner, Carrie! r ited to aUend thee Maynard, Brodie McMortry, j rvices. EthelWatson asd Goldie Foster. All report a rery pleasant occasion. Jndge John March of Nevada was a business visitor in this city Saturday. PHONE RICH HILL MO. There wiil be services accord ing to the usual prcgraa at the Baptist Church next Sunday morning ard evening. The pa.s tcr and delegates from the church to the Fifth Sunday School Convention at Saleai re turned last Monday. They re port a fine treeticsr with good at- I Criminal Cdught. National Troubadours. Trie Nevada Post slates Sheriff Bullock of this county ur rested Andrew SUellumn t that .,!.. Thurhdav niul loon bun to! Home Mission S.iiety - . lht T li entertaiiune nt of tlie jNiitioinl Troubadours given un der the HUspicen of tllO L..dl s Mission Society of tho M Cliuieh South at tin? Open? ltutler. Skvlluian was convicted ol'U.ase last Fi may night wast u eoilin tb.t, lountv gre.it success. Time and sjmce np.wi.o'iv r and sentenced totwoj.ats in tb peniUMiliaiy. The him' whs ap pealed and the cour l of apieals coiitirmed the sen'i nee Child Dead. loi oul that we should give a de laoi d in count of tho riileruin nn nl Si.r.h;i a In silk' that the iiiu-ic wis h. auuiui, too cos Ulines spieiulld und that each liUmoer on Him piottll'.IU lecoiveil Us shale ol the appUuse. George, inl.i.t s'li"! Mr. und j Mr. John Pie du n 1 me i..unl t UuOJwdy home In this city i.osi lnoay morning. Tho litlleono had i.oi ; UiU, an i.xclliliJ. , Ur.iwyoc bee a ailing and died quito "va- j CU1 ri ,i on P...uAve mUui i.iku. deuly and unexpected. y. i .kua. A team bring dnvn TliO funerl occurred hi 1 1(, Alllc K1,H., do.ivei y w.iKou (amily home last Saturday after- l i(iko 1hi, (ii.ul. Ulo tlv,(.lll uul noon ati o'clock. Tho services wtfst t.ollull, ttllU a loU. wero in charge of Kuv. F. A. Cub h ii o l(lo 1K.ar Ul(, l.rossmk, lie. meroftho.M IV Chuuh South j lw ( u und iiXlll blr.u. and interment amaile in ;,. .-.,! r(. uu.ni no iojuiy Lawn Cemetery. Ihe bei...o.-.i . uU llli;k.u ,(ib,tii o parents iiavu mu r)uM...j ""lUlo ua,,., vvtl0 i.Ueii in their aorrow. . MUs Ixe Iv.'s sp. nt Sunil.iyj .ott Nvwsi me, of Hutier wa- 'a Kich llnl iitoi Sunday, Luther Fry visited friends in Butler Sunday. Prof. ( i. S. Smith of Versailles '. w as a visitor in thisrity Monday. Mis I.uhi Dudley of Butler visilid friii'.iis in this tity Suu dsy. Mr. C. M. B'edy and son Us borne isited lehilivos in liatler Monday. S.iin'l Barr und wife of Butler .spent Sunday t h c guest o t It lends in this city . Mrs Daisy Fnz v visited friends in Nevada Monday alier-nooii. Butler will vote June - to issue bond ho-a (.xn II. gh SiIkmI buiidng. Mrs. .1. .1. Kich.irdsou and il.il dren are visiting iii..ves in Gnuiey, Ivans. Arthur BauUsti u transacted business in Butler last Thurs day. Mis. II. liucUeridge, wluilias been visiting relatives lor seine lime in Illinois, returned FnJay. A Socialist speul.er entei taiued ipuilo a ciowdon tho connr il Sixth ls k Ave. Saturday. Joltn h'r vigor, who has char;;o of the Coon Shu.? Store i,i Adrian vi.sited homo folks lo-Mo Sunday. Attorney J. U. lLK:s was a business Visitor in Butler Fii day mui uuig. Ilickcy's Headache Tablets Cures Pounding Headache rr..xr Tin cltvcrfit, suitit A. safest remedy we know. Tiy a box and be cc n vinced. to ft 35c boxes MIbc Rftall Store" Opera Drug Company. Phone 32. Ilichliill, - - Mo. Fortune time down from Kansas City Sunday to spend the tndecand oaasaal interest. d ay with bis parents. I . , j Annual Meet. Eg Amencaa Frank Mabbott and daughter, Medical Association St. Loais Miss Kthel, spent Saturday after M:3 J,UIi! ' . Ticket? oa r) sa.e dues iird to ita lEclus.ve re- m u..c. turn limit Jscejth Kate $11. ' F. J. Kerrens of Butler was a w IloucJ triP- i business visitor in this city Tues- day morning. S. Lowc-nstein, the Horse Buy er, wili be at Miller's bam in i this city Friday. horses. Bring on your Clark Chance, who is employ - led in Springheld. Mo., visited j ter bis firm. , relatives and friends in this city Friday. 1 Beverly Young, who bas been i visiting relatives here the past i t wo weeks, returned to St. Louis i Saturday night. j Miss Alf Broddus, of Butler, I who had been visiting friends here, returned to her home Sat , urday. ' Misses la and Beta Kerrens Kill II NUT1-S. Miss Mae McCulloch. of Kan sas City, spent from Saturday to Monday visiticg with her parents Mr. and Mrs, Kcht. McCulloch. Judge March was uo from Nevada last Saturday seeing af- of Butler are visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. li. Mattesonof this city. j Mrs. B. F. Moore of Kansas ;City and Mr. II. G. Cook of But 1 ler visited Mr.. II. P. James of i this city the latter part of last j week. ; Wui. Mudd, who is at present I engaged in putting a new roof on j tho county court house at Batler jspe'iit SuaJay with bis family j in this c:ty- j Paul Bvlacutor and IxsnCoa over went to Nevada Saturday top'.rintho Crawford baud at their weky Saturday evening Tlie fviuowing your.g ladies de- ' parted Tuesday for Warrvns jburg, Mev, where they will at ' tend th.o summer session of the ! Wrter.borg Normal this auaj jiuer: Mary Fry, Bssia Alias, jla.'y Bailiuch, Blaxicha Burns, Au-a aad Rata Frist:, We have seen the wonderful comet which so many people have went craiy over. We are glad we never lost any sleep over it. We baJ new peas for dinner to ibT. grew ia ourown garden too. Boy Taylor, of Hume viciuity. visiUd at Mr. lioKlea's Sunday and attended Bible s.!kx1 a t Keith Sunday a'termxm. One of our close neighbors picked IJ gallons of strawberries the trst of this week, selling them at 40 cents pir gal'iou. Tliey have our thanks for berries, we feasted on short cak tixlay. Carlos Wheatley and family of Kansas City, came down Sa nrdav afternoon oa the Frisco for a few clays visit with relative returning Monday. The Keith school directors ari Wut the most p.puUr men around here, young ladies call and write nearly every day, see ing about the school. Saw Chas. Marqaet ia town Saturday, suppose ho had been fishing somewhere, perhaps out of a wagou. 11h memorial seruioa Sunday morning at the M. II Church in K.ch IMl by the pastor Bev. Woodward was about the best oue w.v ever bead. Kor. Wv.od ward Icing the son ef a veteran could tell sa much and certainly held bis audience- with be closest attent.on. There was 33 in attendance at Bible school at Ketth last Sun day afternoon. U e v- Staring will preuch for theta next Sun day after B.bU? schooL Be in vites everyone to come tad w hope to see a f ull house. tj-satiijcs, with her parents in UuiUr.