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Gun Supplies Expert Repairing
J. B. Donnell moved into his Dew
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Jenkins Tuesday.
A fall line of fresh nuts and fruits
always on band at Meno's.
J. W. Read is building: large new
implement shed on his farm just east
"Man can not live by bread alone."
Call and get a full meal at the Kins
The Moses people unloaded three
cars of 6tone here last week for their
You can get the finest ice cream in
the city at Keener's, either by the
the di9h or gallon. tf
E. T. Bidwell arrived Wednesday
from Kiowa county to look after his
business affairs in this county.
Misses Winifred and Jessie Blanch
ard left for St. Louis Monday morn
ing. They expect to return in a week's
W H. Israel will insure your farm
buildings in the old reliable Farm
ers' Alliance company. Call on
him at Lewis, Kansas.
Agent Class announces a rate of
$7.60 to Topeka and return next Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, good
to return until August 5.
Mrs. Shaughnessy will bring a first
class hat trimmer from St. Louis the
first of September for the benefit of
her patrons in the millinery line. tf
John II. Gibson and wife came down
from Dodge City Monday evening for
a few days' visit with Mrs. Gibson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Stevens.
Do not forget the Sunday school
convention in Lewis Tuesday and
. Wednesday of next week. The pro
gram was published in the Graphic
Miss Alice Grove, who had been
visiting the family of T. H. Evans,
went to Gray county Tuesday even
ing where her parents are now making
"The Perfecting Virtue" is the sub
ject next Sunday morning at the Con
gregational church. The evening ser
vice will be held on the lawn. All
are cordially invited.
Mrs. M. D. Hetzel left for Buffalo,
Kans., Monday morning to visit two
brothers whom she has not seen for
eighteen years. She expects to remain
with them for several months.
Mrs. Blanche Obear and baby ar
rived from Kansas City last Friday
evening and are domiciled in the C.
W. Beeler mansion. Mr. Obear is
expected to join his wife here in a few
The report has been circulated that
we are out of White Pine and cannot
fill bills. This is wrong, as we are
fully stocked and can sell at lower
prices than any of our competitors.
R. D. Heath & Sons. tf
. Mrs. D. A. Baugher started for St.
Louis Monday morning. '' Her hus
band was to join her at Emporia.
They expect to return to-morrow
night as the professor goes to . Meade
Monday to begin a normal.
Rev. MacCartney's baby met with a
bad fall the first of the week but es
caped without serious injury. The
father was tossing the ' baby ' and
catching her, but not being a base
balllst he muffed a high fly, with what
"might have been serious" results. .
Mrs. E. H. Sellers and daughter ex
pect to start for the World's Fair next
Sunday. They will make headquar
ters in a neighboring suburb of St
Louis and devote a month to doing
the biar show. Later they will visit
Mrs. Stewart in Moberly and Mrs. H
N. Barker in Sedalia, Mo., returning
to Kinsley after about two months.
II Too can't
II TV water in m
II V value for i
yet more than m pint of
pint cast. You can't gvt mora
quarter than 2 Hairnet Brand
br CcrIisa.Coon& Co. .
FOR SALE BY
Edwards, Noble & Co
Do They Fit ?
. You may have glasses
that fit the eyes but
do not fit the face.
We see that they
are right for both.
The eyes, of course,
are of 'the most im
portance, but the face
4 should not be neg
lected. We make seeing eas
ier, but don't spoil
your appearance in
Leonard Jewelry Co.,
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
R. G. Stevens is confined to his bed
Money to loan on real estate.
on T. H. Evans & Co.
W. H. Ehlers and family spent last
Sunday in Larned with relatives.
St. Louis and return, 119.90 Santa
Fe good for 15 days; $ 22.10 for 60
Miss Lucinda Corner was visiting
the family of J. R. Bacon the first of
I will be in Kinsley the last week in
August to tune pianos. Prop. O.
Charlie Smith has
new house south of
moved into his
the South Side
Threshing time is here. Get your
shirts, overalls, gloves and underwear
at W. C. Keener's. tf
Miss Ethel Avery returned to Kins
ley Thursday of last week after an ex
tended absence and will visit with her
6ister for some time.
Dr. Pearson can be found at his
office, one door east of Hottewitz s
store, or at his residence, one block
east of the M. E. church. tf
George Vedder, having built him a
handsome residence on bis farm, is
now following it with a large and
commodious barn for his live stock.
Miss Edna, daughter of Cyrus Rob
erts of this city, announces her can
didacy for the republican nomination
for superintendent of schools, this
The telephone company is pushing
a line down into me soumwest coun
try and will soon have that part of
the county connected up with the
Mrs. S. S. McGill and daughter
came down from Dodge City Wednes
day for a few days' visit with F. D.
West and other relatives, guests of
Mr. West, from the east.
Dr. Welch, of Hutchinson, was in
this city last Friday evening with Dr.
DeTar and took one of the latter's
patients back to his hospital with him
when he went home the next day.
Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford and Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith and daughter, mother
and sister of Jonathan Crawford, who
had been visiting here, started for
their home in Indianapolis, Indiana,
A few young ladies between the ages
of 22 and 26 will be received at the
Welsh hospital . and training school
for nurses to take the training for
nurses. Address, Welsh Hospital,
Hutchinson, Kans. 8-19
Lee Hardy started from Lewis Sun
day mornincr in his automobile to
visit the wreck west of Kinsley. When
last seen he was trying to dig his ma
chine out of a mud hole in Jim
Fletcher's sorghum field.
Lost: A black hand-bag, -with
brass chain attached, containing key,
handkerchief, and a small purse with
a sum of money in it. Finder leave at
Edwards. Noble & Co. or E. D.
Baugher's blacksmith shop.
A. J. Wilkerson came into town
last Saturday and put nia norse in a
livery barn. W hen ne wanted to go
home he found that he was out a bug
gy, as a man had smashed a wheel on
his and skipped out without telling
who he was or paying for the damage.
Dr. Blackwood, the
eyesight specialist and
optician, will be at the
Hinkel hotel in Kins-
lev on Monday, August 1. Remem
ber, he makes this territory regularly,
guarantees all work and solicits the
most difficult cases.
W. H. Ehlers1 father was here for a
few davs' visit last week. He had
not ben here for eight years and ex
pressed himself as very much pleased
with the improvement in our city dur
insr that time. Mr. Ehlers is a land
agent for the Missouri Pacific rail
road and was on his way west to look
up some lands where the road expects
to establish' a colony of Germans,
D. SKochenderfer, of Larned, was j
in this city Wednesday.
Mr. Keener's cousin is running bis
store during his absence it St. Louis.
George Torline, of Spearville, was
in this city between trains last Friday
T. H. Evans is a Bonded Abstracter
and Ex-Regibter of Deeds for Edwards
Mrs. W. N. Beezley and son re
turned from Kansas City last Satur
Our stock of lumber is complete.
Let us figure on your bills R. D.
Heath & Sons.
Quite a number of people went out
to the picnics at Terry's and Hixon's
Try the best high patent flour on the
market, "Our Banner." For sale by
Fravel & Lewis.
L. S. Smith left for Nashville,
Michigan, this morning on business.
He will be back in about a week.
Harry Heath and family returned
last Sunday evening from an extended
visit in the eastern part of this state.
Why look so lank and lean when
you can change your looks by eating
at the Kinsley House? T. A. Har
J. B. Davis and wife, of Los An
geles, Cal., are visiting his sister,
Mrs. Charles Brooks. They are on
their way to the World's Fair.
"Charles Madison, of Avery, Okla.,
returned to his home last Sunday.
He had been here for several months
visiting his uncle, I. M. Hatfield.
Mrs. O. E. Bidleman. who has been
staying with her son's family eas of
town for four weeks, returned to her
home in Great Bend the first of this
Mrs. Stewart and two children, of
Lewis, took the train kere for Kansas
City Tuesday morning. They will
join Mr. Stewart there and make their
home in that city.
Mrs. I. E. Jones, of El Paso, Texas,
arrived Monday accompanied by her
two little girls. She will visit her
mother, Mrs. Jack Bishop, of Jack
son, for a few months.
Judffe Elrick Cole, of Great Bend,
was in the city this week looking up
the situation regarding the Tubbs
Moses elevator site scrap. He is at
torney for the Moses people.
A daughter was born to Jess Hay
ner and wife last week. The editor
knows, for he was routed out of bed
at four o'clock in the morning by a
man inquiring for the doctor.
Frank Ketelson and mother left for
Wichita yesterday morning. Mrs.
Ketelson will visit her daughter, Mrs.
Gates, in that city, and Frank will go
on to St. Louis for a few days.
It will soon be time to clean house.
Come to us for your wants new car
pets, wall paper, carpet paper, picture
frames, a new rocker or a hundred
and one other things. Cole & Wil
Nick Young and his mother left for
a week in St. Louis Monday evening
In addition to seeing the fair they will
have a visit with Nick's brother who
has been in a hospital in that city for
Dr. smyser, the pain
less dentist, will be in
Kinsley on Sunday and
Monday, July 31 and August 1; Bel
pre, Tuesday, August 2; Lewis, Wed
nesday, August 3.
A. C. Walker returned from Wich
ita Tuesday evening and resumed
work in the corner barber shop. He
says his wife's eyesight is much im
proved and that she expects to return
to this citv in about two weeks.
John Peterson left for his home in
Hart, Michigan, via St. Louis, Mon
day evening. John will be greatly
missed in base ball circles here as he
was a pitcher of renown. He does not
expect to return to this country.
I have purchased the agency for the
Shaw-Bunker sash fastener for Kins
ley and surrounding 'territory and
will say that in all my experience of
twenty-two years as a builder, it Is
the only fastener that I can fully en
dorse. Come in and let me show it to
you. W. C. Myers, Agent, Kinsley,
Fred Hine fooled' his friends last
week by coming home a day ahead of
time. He was expected Saturday night
but arrived Friday noon. He had
evidently heard of the Christian En
deavor social and he could not miss
that, idis son Charles tailed to ar
rive with him. The young man had
concluded to go to Michigan and ee
his mother and other relatives.
Mr. James Lewis, of Seattle, Wash
ington, arrived last week and is visit
ing his brother, J. S. Lewis, of this
city. He will go to the St. Louis fair
in September and be. present on Lewis
day, when it is expected that many
tnousands will De present answering
to the name of Lewis at Toll calL
Later he will visit his old home in
New York before returning to his
home in the west. ,
Frank Ketelson will go to work for
Marsh & Bidwell soon after the first
For paints, oils and the latest de
signs in wall papers, call on the
DeTar Drug Co.
Mother and babes made happy by
getting a sleeping coach or folding
go-cart of Cole & Wilson.
Rev. ' Dunkleberger lelt for Paola
Monday evening to attend a conven
tion of Christian ministers.
If you want fresh candies, fruits, to
baccos or groceries, remember that
they are to be had at Keener's. tf I
C. W. Class left for the east last
Friday evening. He evidently did not!
go far as he was working at his deskj
as usual the next morning.
Alvin and Martin Nahar, brothers j
of Win Nahar, arrived from Belle;
Vernon, Pa., last Saturday evening j
and will visit with friends here for 'a;
few weeks. j
The Shaw-Bunker sash fastener is i
the only absolutely dust and rattle!
proof fastener on the market. Come
in and see it. W. C. Myers,- Agent,
Will Keener and his cousin, Silas
Reip, started for St. Louis last Mon
day. The latter will continue his
journey to his home in West Virginia
after visiting the fair.
JULY AND AUGUST!
Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
Hats, Baby Hoods, Trimming,
and Sofa Cushion Covers.
Call and see them.
MILLINERY BAZAR S
Collars and neckties at Keener's. tf
' J. B. Crow went to Larned on busi
ness Wednesday morning. .
It you want to insure your farm
buildings call on W. H. Israel, at
Lewis. Kansas.' ( - tf
R. B: Dodge, of Webb City, arrived
Tuesday evening to visit his daugh
ter, Mrs. C. A. Smith.
Just received a car load of furni
ture. . Highest in quality; lowest in '
price. Cole & Wilson. !
If you want to buy or sell country or
city proper! v, call and consult us.
T. H: Evans & Co. j
Colonel Wells left for Devil's Lak,
South Dakota, Monday evening toj
join a threshing crew. He expects to
return about Christmas.
Keep peace in the family. Get the
madam that piano, that fcrgan, that
sewing machine, that piece of furni
ture. For sale at Cole Wilson's.
Miss Marian Edwards went to
Hutchinson last Sunday. She is a
guest of Mrs. A. L. Forsha, who is
entertaining a house party this week.
For first-class dress -making see
Mrs. Shaughnessy. She uses aud
teaches the the United States French
Taylor system and guarantees satis
C. P. Ketelson and daughter Pearl
were Lewis visitors Monday. Mr.
Ketelson was investigating the meth
ods of the co-operative elevator at
Mrs. Carter's nieces, the Misses
Mackey, of Richfield, Ohio, . who had
been visiting with their aunt in this
city for a week, left for their home!
"Say, Bill, how does it come that
H. B. Oliphant & Son do the most
business in towu?"
"Jack, you're foolish. You might
know its because they have the best;
line of implements in town and sell j
them at reasonable prices." '
I Artistic )
& Jewelry )
A large line of Watches, $
Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware
at Schnatterly'f Jewelry nnd S
Stationery Store It will be c
worth your time to eet my prices 1
on these goods. Watch, Clock
and Jewelry repairing.
H. Ma Schnatterly
Cle Harney and Hugo Eisner got
started for St. Louis lat Sunday
evening. " '.
Try the celebrated McPherson flour
"Our Banner." For sale by Fravel
W. O. Scott, formerly of this coun
ty, has moved from LaHarpe, Kansas,
to Parsons. s
For wall paper, paints, varnishes,
brushes and window glass, go to the
C. O. Wilsor. Paint Co.
C. G. Edgerton, who had been here
for a few days settling up his business
affairs, loft for his homo in Nebraska
John Donnell returned from a trip
through Nebraska and North Dakota
Monday evening. He still finds noth
ing that suits him any better than
For books, stationery, tablets,
school supplies, wedding or birthday
presents see the DeTar Drug Co.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
by a registered pharmacist. tf
The Misses Sort and Myrt Schnat
terly expect to start for St. Louis on
Sunday. After visiting the fair Miss
Mort will go on to Chicago for fall
goods and Miss Myrt will return to
this city and take charge of their
business, which they expect to leave
in the care of Mrs. Brelsford during
During the month of July we will offer you
our immense stoc of Summer Dress
Goods at prices others asl
READ THESE ITEMS
Jj- One piece of Black Spangled Veil,
$1.50 value, while it lasts. $1.00
Our 60c values at 30c
Our 50c values at 36c
Our 40c values at 33c
Our 35c values at 20c
Our 30c values at 23c
Our 25c values at 10c
An exceptional bargain all our
... ... 79c
ii $1.25 values at
$ MARSH & BIDWELL
10c values onlv
KINSLEY, KANSAS (
Our 60c Novelty Wash goods, such
as Silk, Mercerized, etc., only 39c
All 50c values in up-to-date Grena
dines, only ...36c
Elegant assortment of merchandise,
35c to 40c value, only. . 25c
All our Wash Stuffs, Skirtings,
Waistings, Sheer and Heavy, for
mer price 25c to 35c, only. . . 21c
15c to 20c values, reduced to. , 13c
12c value only 9 I-2C