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The Kinsley graphic. [volume] (Kinsley, Kan.) 1890-1940, September 02, 1898, Image 5

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But Remember the
To be given at my store all next week., September 4 to 10,
h-r - "ces'ative of the MAJESTIC Manufacturing Co.j of St Louis, on their celebrated
Steel and flalleable Iron Range Majestic.
of the workings of this cooking wonder will be given at my store daily. One will be operated
Which will be served with" delicious French ; drip coffee free to every visitor. Ladies should not
miss thi, rare opportunity of having the many improvements in baking shown them by the factory
representative who will be here one week only. '
During this exhibiton the manufactnrers have agreed to present each purchaser with a handsome
set of cooking utensils, made expressly for the majestic ranges. This inducement will not be con
tinued after Saturday. September 10.
Hot biscuit arid coffee served free to all daily.
If Your
Or if you want a new' one,
call on
Window glass at DeTar's
Fresh milch cows. D, Mc Lowis.
Barn paints 52 cents per gallon, at
Miss Edith Seamans visited in Lar
ked this week.
Read Marsh & Bidwell's advertise
ment this week.
Read Marsh & Bidwell's advertise
ment this week.
School books are strictly cash to
all. M. DeTar.
Hugh Nelson left for Florence Wed
nesday to tare a position in a drug
store at that . place.
C II. Skillington and wife were
over in Hodgemsn county visiting
their daughter, last week.
Several of Larned's young folks
drove up here Sunday and spent the
day visiting with friends.
Just received. . A large assortment
of Scissors and Razors.
A. Hottewitz.
Strayed Ono native yearlin;; heif
er, branded with on right jaw.
C. W. Beeler.
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Fulton leave
for Cincinnati in a few days for a
month's visit with friends and relatives.
Frank Bishop was visiting in Lar
ned this week. There seems to bo
something attractive down there for
See my new line of Harness for the
spring. A. Hottewitz.
W. N. Beezley was doing business
in Kansas City this week.
I keep glass which I sell at moder
ate prices. G. E. Rummell.
The i4Beauty" shirt-waist pins at
Schnatterly's jewelry store. The latest.
When folks buy Baking Powder of
E. A. Green they buy it of him again
I now keep poultry netting which I
will sell at fair prices. G. E-Itnmmel
Geo. Watson-' started for Omaha
i Wednoeay r.ight t be gone about a j
week. 1
Jared Malin has been bringing some
very tine peaches to town the past
Quite a number of our people are
taking advantage of the cheap rates
to Cincinnati, which will be in effect
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. D. Colver drove
over to the Garth ranch near Belpre
Wednesday and spent the day carrp
ing out with Mr. and Mrs. Garth.
Wanted A girl for general hous
work: must be a good cook. Good
wages to the right girl.
" Mrs. C. W. Beelcr..
Scott Yeatman started for Ohio Sat
urday night for a three week's visit
with' relatives and friends. He will go
by way of Omaha where he will visit
for a few da vs.
ill tO Cincinnati ami rutn.M
Tickets on sal. Sept. 2, 3. 4 and 5.
limited to Oct. 2, 1898 Agent Santa
Fe Route -will rrserve berths in sleep
er and check baggage through.
Henry Ketelson and Chas. Tuttle
returned from St. Joe, Mo. Wednes
day. They report having had a '-hoi
time" and their looks verify the state
ment. Mr. Keteispn . spent a couple
days in Omaha while away.
Tom Spence. of Lewis, was kicked
in the side by a horse last Friday and
had two ribs broken. Mr. Oliphant's
son was also kicked in the face and
badly bruised. This makes three acci
dents of this sort within a week, one
of which was fatal.
F. D. West lost a very line horse
this week through an accident. He
was unhitching", after having returned
from a drive when the team took fright
and ran away, with the result that one
of the horses had its leg broken which
necessitated its being shot. v
The fire laddies cornered a Span
iard" in the fire house Wednesday
night. About twenty of them ferried
in line of battle and made a combined
attack, and in a short time had the
enemy Schleyed with the loss of only
two or three badly shot and several
others slightly scarred.
Again the Santa Fe well has proven '
a fizzle and they are making prepa- !
rations for another attempt. If there
is any virtue in the old saw, 4 "if at
first you fail, try, try again," these!
fellows will some day get the partic- I
ular brand of water they are looking
for. ' " i
If yon eat without apnetite voi
need Pkiekly Ash Itrmsus. It
niomptly removes impurities thai
clog and impede the action of the di
gestive organs, creates good appetite
and digestion, strength of body a;.d
activity of brain. For sale by Porter
& Co. .
Henry Clark, of ( 'amp A'ger, and
Frank Sultz. of Camp Thomas.' Ga..
re home on furloughs. Both have
been down with fever as a result of
the bad sanitary conditions of the
camps at which they were stationed.
Thoy will return as soon as they recov
er from the effects of their illness.
Mrs. S-iveiy. whose husband lives
on the Pry or farm in Lincoln town
ship, died of typhoid fever on Tues
day. August iO. She leaves a nus
band and four small children. One
year asro, her sister died leaving a
little baby -which Mrs. Savely has!
1 1-qI r. 1 J . 1 1 " !
. iw, , Ilt?r ueacn leaves h ei
little ones motherless. She was a
-"". icoIWMW y an wno
knew her.
It is hardly necessary to call atten
tion to Goldsmith's ad. this week,
(it was set up for the purpose of doirg
that job itself ) but we want to say that
it means just .what it says, and that
you will miss- a rare opportunity of
learning something of advantage
about cooking stoves if you do not
attend this cooking,. ehibition. If
you are not in need of,a stove, call
anyhow and look over thi-.new hard
ware stock which, is a Ijeartfv.
Take a dose of Phickly Ash Hit
ters at nicht before going to bed and
you will feel briuht and vigorous next
morning. It will insure you a copi-.
us and healthy action of the bowels,
mproved appetite and digestiou, and
increased energy of body ami brain.
It beats stimulating drinks oecausa
its reviving influence is natural hence
permanent. Sold by Porter & Co.
The following is the list of teachers
who received certificates in the recent
examination: First grade, M. E. Hil
leary. Second Grade, Misses Motz,
May hew, McMichael, Colyer, Blan
chard, Hinshaw, Ixisley, Mattingly,
Corner Johnson and Mrs. Bailey
Messers Alexander, Bissitt, Foster'
Russell, Craft and Bailey. Third
grade, Misses Nellie Roberts,' Jennie
Roberts, Shaw, King, Ostrander, Ivy
Lesley, Brelsford, Walker, Kennedy,
Crow, Lula Parker, Eva Parker.
Col. G. W. H .til's "Monster Ral
road Show" was with us again last
week. It was al out the same old gag
it has always beaa good what there
was of it. but not very much of it:
neither deserving criticism or merit
ing praise. Tho only thing worth-'
mentioning were the trained animals
which partially compensated for tha
lack of anything interesting in the
other part of the show. It was a very
good example of how little is neces
sary to make a circus.
Sweet, Orr & Cos overalls are the
best made. The only place in town to'
get them i s at
Edwards Noble's
Millinery goods at reduced prices
for the next 30 days at the Millinery
Bazar. .. . '
E. A. oble left for' Chicago :T.i.j.
ttlaj'Umbruing to lay in; his fill stock
of "goods."-. " '
By.:Tiinglefoot fly-paper and insect
powder of E. A. Green and save some
of your pocket money.
. -That am Bark can be curett irtta
Dr. Miles' NERVE PLASTER. OnljOc
''"-J '
- v?
Miss Moi t Schnattfcrly and ujothr
left Monday evening for OmaLa.
They will also stop in Kansas City
and St. Joe to buy their fall and win
ter stock of millinery.
Don't make, a mistake and throw
your modfey away on a shoddy suit.
Consult us and we will show you some
thing good.
Edwards & Noble.
Given away free to any child under
the age of 14 years who collects the
most Buck's advertisement - with my
name attached, from July 29 to Sept.
29, one small cook stove, now on ex
hibition at my store. A. Hottewitz.
Kev. Richard H. Harper is exjHjcUd
to preach at the Congregational church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and evening at 8 o'clock. The Con
gregational people hope to be able to
be able to arrange for regular ser
vices soon, and there is it possibility
of Mr. Harper coming as pastor.
Br. Alexander and wife are contem
plating a trip to Toronto, Can., to
attend the national meet of surgcor.s
and phjsicians. The Doctor has free
transportation for himself and wife
but doesn't know whether ha will take
advantage of it or not. Good Her.v
ens! Wish we were a doctor and i is
J Dealers ir Coal, -Lumber,
Siyl ogles, Etc.
We always have on hand a firsL-'la.ss stock of Lumber, Lime,
Math, Doors. Cement, Hair, Siding, Posts, Etc. Our stock is
complete ahd of thj best. If you are in need of anything in our
line, call and se -us '

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