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The Ellinwood Advocate from Ellinwood, Kansas • 1

The Ellinwood Advocate from Ellinwood, Kansas • 1

Ellinwood, Kansas
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C. Luse or Sberiff asja E. C. Davis or County CterK BOCKMOHLE, President. ED BOCKMOHLE, Cashier LEO BOCKMOHLE.

Assistant Cashier. The Highland Dancing Club. A dancing club was organized under the name of the Highland Dancing Club at the Opera House last Thursday even Bank of i WOND Established in 1881 i llinwood. Paid Up Capital, $25,000. Surplus and rflts, 15,000.

We solicit your business and will grant you every accomodation consistant with conservative banking. Interest paid on time deposits. ELLINWOOD, KANSAS. ing. Clint Johnson was elected president, Ed Isem secretary, and Chas.

Lis-chesky treasurer. Their next dance will be held next Thursday night, Oct. 28tb. Everybody who expects to have a good time must be present. This is no ''hoe-down" dance and order will be preserved, so that those who really enjoy a good dance need have no fears of getting into other than a respectable crowd.

Harvey Scott is married. Was married Monday of last week and no one seemed to "catch on" until last Monday. We immediately proceeded "to single Harvey out of the crowd and asked if it difficult "to seteet ilbau? a bat 1 3' if STEPMAN ISBRN, Proprietors MM In the first place it must be pretty and stylish then there muBt not be an- other one just like it In the city and then it must not be too expensive and then well, there are a thousand and one other points that our trimmers and buyers have made special study of which enter into an attractive hat. I "The were so. He says, "That's what they say." The bride is Mrs.

Neva West, age 32, daughter of A. G. Shoemaker, a prom inent and wealthy citizen of Paola, Kansas. They were married at Kansas City, Kansas, by Probate Judge Alder, on Monday, Oct. 11th.

Harvey and his bride will locate here. More, we were nnable to find out, but the Advocate extends congratulations- and wishes them a long life of sunshine, neverend- IS Cyclone Vfv-r ing nappiness ana prosperity. Dut or. a different make than Mark, Han we want real genuine prosperity. We call the attention of our readers DEALER IN We've got just.

the fall hats that tease and as for our prices they cannot be near equalled anywhere else in town, as every lady who has been here knows. We are actually sometimes afraid to tell how. much cheaper the same grade of Hats can be bought here than else there, for fear we would not be believed, and we wouldn't were it uot for the fact that any lady can come down heie in a few minutes and 6ee for herself. I General Cleanliness, f-urity and Promptness. wry Those are featuers of our business, no matter how rushed we are.

or how low the prices. Give us a chance to Bhow you our bargains to day. nn to some slight changes that W8S provided for in the amendment of the Australian ballot law in the construction of the tickets. The square iu whichthe voter places a cross (X) is to be on the right of the name of the candidate, instead of on the left as heretofore. Instead of the blank line and square immediately following each name as formerly, there will be a column of blanks on the ticket wherein the voter may write such names of candidates as he may desire to vote for that are not printed on the ballot.

Every voter should bear in mind the changes noted above. Newton Journal. A couple of young men in Ellinwood P. 0) Ola I 9 Hi) uuti Brick opposite Post Office. It- tt The WOELD'S BEST BO1 the World's most friendly smile are always ready for the well-dressed man.

There's no mistake about one and the other are considerably "torn up." Their sweet- Jake Heidlfty received a new refiiger ator from Kansas City Wednesday. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Jacob Gales to Mies Ida heait3 quit them cold last week, and A. 1 A a iney are trying tneir best to appear Kottt, daughter of Fred Koett. next jolly, but when they are alone where they think no one sees them they are Thursday, Oct. 28th, at the Catholic church.

this. Energy may miss its mark. Talent may go a-begging. Virtue itself may die of neglect. But there is always a welcome and measure of success for good clothes.

If you wish to test this bit of Philosophy, just order one of the elegant suits of ML Born Go. THE GREAT Chicago Merchant Tailors Whose productions are noted everywhere lor choice material, neat fit and finish, and perfect tip-to-dat style. A "BORN" "alt of clothes is a passport to the World's friendship! sorry, very sorry they were born. Why the girls got mad we do not know but we sincerely hope, for the good health That funny New England Comedy entitled "UNCLE JOSH SPRUCEBY" will be at the Great Bend Opera House Friday, Oct, 22od. This is a first class and thoroughly equipped company of 35 people, engaged to present this famous play.

A truthful and natural picture of rural life. No overdrawn scenes or actions. The great saw mill scene. Posi-t tively the most realistic scenic effect ever produced, requiring an enormous amount of machinery and expensive stage equipment, showing a saw mill at work. Machinery-loom, where a young girl tied to a log being borne to certain death.

Every one attending this opera will never regret the time and money; it is an excellent company, it is funny and of the two nice young men. that thev The big German picnic iu Fred Zuta-vern's grove was postponed until Saturday, Oct. 21th, on account of heavy rain A general good time is expected and a cordial invitation is extended to ell. i- i i i will return and forgive them. We will convey the message if requested, as one is an advertiser and we are under obli 5 I gations to him, and we have high A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.

300 Selected Patterns to order from. re- gards for the other. CAJ.T. ON A week ago some unknown parties from Alden moved here with the intention of opening a restaurant, but upon a week's investigation they decided there was not any room for another one here and left Monday evening. Ellinwood has an abundant supply of restaurants.

Hon. Jerry Simpson will be at Ellin- IB. TXJEC. wood, Thursday afternoon, Oct. 2Stli.

Will speak in the Opera Honse, Jos Sprinker being duly empowered to many thrilling adventures are produced Don't forget the date. Next Friday or tomorrow. The heavy rain that fell here Saturday snd 3unday did not raise the Arkan lias; it is reasoned out that the ram fell appoint the three judges and two clerks for election of Nov. 2nd, today Thursday appointed for judges G. Toepke.

Harvest is now over and your tired so fine and equal during the two days Aug. Vt-igt and L. Ives; for clerks, that the ground immediately absorbed the water, not allowing very much to form a stream. John Grant and M. M.

Osborn. The polls for Lakin township will be at G. Toepke's office. The United Presbyterian synod of wife has well earned a sewing machine. The White Sewing Machine is king of all.

Price $25. Fully warranted. Sold only by H. J. Roetzel.

We offered a gold watch beginning with last week, but as the interest does not seem to be enough to justify any further proceedure. We withdraw the offer as we discovered that the town is too small to take hold of any such an enterprise. Kansas met it annual eetsion at Ster ling Wednesday night of last week and the Rev. W. P.

Moffatt, of Arkansas H. D. Back has secured the Kempton Komedy Ko, for an entertainment. The title of the play is Finnigans Fortune or struck oil, the greatest of all Irish comedy dramas. Incidental to the play, will be introduced numerous high-class specialties, by Miss Mason, Miss King, Mack Swain and Master.

Albert. New pictures on the Biograph. They will show here Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Not. 8, 9, and 10th. Matinee Saturday at 2:30 p.

m. Although the show is twice aa large as last year, including the wonderful Biograph, they will only charge 15, 25 and 35c admission. i of id lov es I Ml Our 'Ninety-Seven Complete Line of 1 11 fM ffriln Bicycles City, was elected moderator for the coming year. About seventy-five delegates, ministerial and layr were present. Woman's earthly crown is her hat, and Talk is cheap, shrewd advertisers, how ever, recognize that they must use the she needs must have that hat in ultra style.

We are creators of beauty in hats Advocate if they expect to cover the Our hats make the women more beautiful. The town is full of our style and eastern section of Barton county. They may give another paper a complimentary beauty because of the millinery we fur nish. Mrs. J.

FEDER. ad but don't do it expecting to get any lich returns, but place their main force on the medium that is not all wind. In our columns this week will be found items from Dartmouth, pursuant to our request of Mr. Murphy. We owe him a debt of gratitude, from the fact that he was one out of five who promised Warning to Hunters.

You are hereby notified to not do any hunting on my farm adjoining Ellinwood on the' south. Any persons caught violating this notice will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. I mean buei- Dartmouth Notes. By E. S.

Murphy. 7 Wheat is looking fine since the rain. Charlie Shermuly was in Great Bend Monday. Amos Johnson overhauled irrigation pump the first of the week. School started Monday, Oct.

lltb, with an enrollment of 13 to begin with, but has increased to 16 since. Messrs. Schartz and Thomos deserve the thanks of the teacher and pupils of oor school for the interest they are taking in starting the school off right. At the request of the editor, of the Advocate the writer has decided to wri'e up the it.m of interest from this community. Ct is frne6t intention Fraxk L'etz.

to send us items every week from their ness. yka arc ine ra 1 Supreme jfe i I Years of I I Experience Send for Catalogue. MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. W- CHICAGO irrWTOEK lOHDOH fn SenJ nine two-cent stamps for a deck of Monarch Playing lilf Cards, Illustrating Lillian RusstH.

Torn Alonarca Cooper, Leo Richardson n4 Walter Jones. Recular 50c cards. respective districts close around Ellinwood. We furnish the stamps and star tionery. Of course this is ni-t intended for pay, but the school teacher certainly has a little spare time to devote to sending a few items every week.

We ask you to gekwll you if onlv two lines, we will fel gra'efolioyou jtit the ham-The other teachers of districts close lo Lost: Between Ellinwood and Raymond, a valise, bound by two straps, con taining some clothes and a package of letters addressed to Marshall Wilson, at different placas. Write me at once at Nickerson, Kansas. G. M. Wilson.

Sportsmen if you desire to purchase second-hand guns or ri files give me a call. Seven miles south and two miles to treat all alike, and to have cbarjty for all and malice for r.oce. For the above mentioned rf aeon be adopts no "nom plume." He will write nothing to which m-m a a. a a )L. 4.

1. Ullinwooa ara mvuea uicoamuuwuu wm afrRid fQ giff0 hlB After flail at this office for Stamps and 1 HattAr nrnintj nnvrn will getting better acquainted Dews will be eist. Respectfully, mora nAntlfflK Fred Burmeisteb. btationery. mmmmm I 1 .1.

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