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White City Register from White City, Kansas • 8

White City Register from White City, Kansas • 8

White City, Kansas
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G. W. SIMPSON HE ASKS FOR YOUR VOTE FOR PROBATE JUDGE He is asking for his first term, and if you think he is efficient, capable and worthy he will appreciate your support, in the election November 7th. REPUBLICAN TICKET. National.

For President, CHARLES EVANS HUGHES For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Justice Supreme Court, 1. SILAS W.

PORTER, 2. JUDSON W. WEST. For Governor ARTHUR CAPPER. For Lieutenant Governor W.

Y. MORGAN. For Secretary of State J. T. BOTKIN.

For State Auditor, FRED W. KNAPP. For State Treasurer, WALTER L. PAYNE. For Attorney General, S.

M. BREWSTER. For Supt. Public Instruction, W. D.

ROSS. For Supt. of Insurance, C. J. WILSON.

For State Printer, W. R. SMITH. For Congressman Fourth District, CLYDE W. MILLER.

For State Senator, ARTHUR CROCKER. For Judge Eighth Judicial District, R. L. KING. For Representative, CHARLES NORDEEN.

County Ticket. Treasurer, W. W. ASKREN. County Attorney, H.

E. SNYDER. Probate Judge G. W. SIMPSON County Clerk, LEE.

A. MOSER. Clerk of District Court, MRS. LURA D. KEITH.

Sheriff R. A. WOOD Surveyor, ARTHUR SMITH. Supt. of Schools, F.

H. MANNING. Commissioner Second District, P. W. GOOD.

Commissioner Third District, S. W. STRANATHAN. Coroner, Dr. B.

E. MILLER. Township. Trustee, L. G.

SCOTT. Clerk, W. J. HARRIS. Treasurer, H.

C. NORTH. Justice of Peace, R. E. SWARTZ.

Constable, A. E. ALLEN. A picnic for the Katy employees was held at Parsons Saturday. A special train went through here Saturday morning.

Mr. Kurtze and family attended. Mrs. Ethel Fisher is very ill at the Ralph Isemans home. Martin Dickman went to Kansas City Wednesday to attend the American Royal stock show.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H.

C. Evans and- -Miss Alfa Williams motored. to Herington Friday. Miss Ruth Strickler spent Saturday and Sunday in Emporia. Rev.

Meffert came last Friday to White City from Utah where he spent the summer at the home of his son. Mr. Meffert will spend the winter here at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fraser. WHITE CITY REGISTER Obituary.

William F. Angstead son of Amelia and John Angstead was born in North Hampton county, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1840. When a young boy he, with his parents, moved to Brighton, Iowa, where they lived a number of years. At the age of 21 he enlistd in the Civil At the age 0g 21 he enlisted in the Civil war, Co. 7th Regiment of Iowa voluntary Cavalry.

Soon after enlisting he was appointed Second Lieutenant of his Regiment, and served until he was discharged in June 1866. He was united in marriage to Miss Phoebe Ruth Hadley, October 17, 1867 at Richland Iowa. To this union was born seven children, Elmer, who died in infancy, Mrs. Flora Moore, Tobias, Luke Angstead, White City, Emma Stout. Wichita, John J.

Angstead White City, Ruth Sands, St. Louis, Mae Clarke Gridley, California. In 1872 they moved to Fillmore county, Nebraska, where they lived until his wife departed this life, January 16, 1910, after which he made his home with his son John, till his marriage to Mrs. Mina Thornburg, of Western Nebraska, who survives him. He was converted at the age of 27 and united with the M.

E. church, and later became a member of the Friends church, in which he was recorded a Minister of the Gospel, preaching over thirty years. He departed this life at the home of his son Luke Angstead October 4, 1916, aged 76 years, 6 14 days. During his declining days he was very patient and grateful, and was ready and anxious to go to inherit the Mansion prepared for him. Yet no one realized the end was so near, as he seemed as well as usual and enjoyed his noonday meal, only a few hours before his death.

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Estella Hammond pastor of Friends church. The remains were taen to Tobias, for burial. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our thanks to our dear friends, who so kindly assisted us in our sad bereavement.

God grant that when the Angel of Death shall invade your homes, you may have the aid, sympathy and comfort of as true a circle of friends, as you have been to us. L. L. Angstead and wife. J.

J. Angstead and family. Mrs. J. W.

Moore. Mrs. A. H. Stout.

Mrs F. B. Clark. Mrs. Ruth Sands.

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jones of Council Grove were in White City Tuesday enroute for Wichita, where they were going to attend the convention of Odd Fellows and Rebeccas.

Eugene Weirick went to Emporia Saturday. Come in now and save 20 per cent on your photos. Nov. 30 th. price goe up.

In the mean time FREE with each $5 order or more one 7 11 Portrait. Pennells Studio Junction City Kan. AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday will close the special meetings. The morning service will be conducted by the women and girls. Mrs.

Wilson will deliver the sermon upon the theme, "The Face of Jesus." We are expecting something good of the ladies if they equal the men and boys two weeks ago in their special service. Sunday evening the subject will be, "Christ at the Door." The Young Peoples' Bible Class will hold their business and social meeting next Monday evening, the place to be announced later. The little song service by the children last Sunday morning under the direction of Miss Williams was splendid and enjoyed by all. It is an inspiration to hear these little ones singing the Spiritual songs. The ladies' meeting at the parsonage last Thursday was enjoyed by all.

About thirty were in attendance. A good program of music and literary numbers was rendered and a pleasant social hour with refreshments afterward. These meetings are growing both in interest and attendance. The ladies' class defeated the men in the contest, and are expecting to be entertained by the men. Come.

now men, get busy! They that lose must make good. Give us another trial sisters, and the treat will be on you. Presbyterian Annoncements. Friday evening, the Endeavor Social, which was postponed from last week, will be held at the Geo. Torgeson home.

Regular services next Sunday. Rev. Rink always has a good thought as a nucleus of each sermon. Attend once and you won't need urging to come again. Tuesday, the 17th, is the day Lawver Hamer, mayor of Emporia, will be here to speak to the men.

Special collection will be taken in Sunday School Sunday the 22nd, for relief of those suffering in the war zones. The scholars are asked to deny themselves something and give that money otherwise spent, or do some extra work and offer wages earned, if they do not otherwise have an offering. Rev. Rink now preaches each Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, three miles this side of Wilsey. Prayer and conference Wednesaay at 7:30.

Study book of Romans. Choir practice Wednesday at 8:30. Wilsey Cottage meetings this week aS follows: Tuesday evening Brownell Wednesday Pollock Thursday Sanford Friday led by different laymen; object to pray for revival in our midst. Bible school Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Preaching at 3:30 Good services last Sunday. Swartz Strahl went to Kansas City last Friday and closed a real estate deal in which the George farm south of town was sold to C.

C. Blythe Vote For Mrs. Lalla Maloy Brigham FOR County Treasurer Democratic Ticket Tourist fares to Texas Tickets for sale daily final limit May 31st 1917 Stop-overs at pleasure within final limit $29.45 $81.80 Dallas 20 60 31 80 Eagle .36.05 85.60 El 39 95 San 29.45 Ft. 20.60 Waco 28.00 Service that serves For berths, reservations, train service or any travel information see or writeR- G. Holadas, Ticket Agent White City.

Kansas We are Prepared to handle your grain quickly and easily, and to pay the highest market prices at all times. We also carry a complete line of mill feed and flour. Shepherd Grain Co. BC $795 $795 Model 85-4 f.o. b.

Toledo Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo Think of It-112 Inch Wheelbase! It has the famous Overland 35 horsepower The wheelbase is 112 inches. motor--- It has cantilever springs and four inch tires.

Now at the height of its development- More than a quarter of a million in use- And the price is $795. Driving more automobiles than any other See us at once they are selling faster than motor of its power ever designed. we can get them. And never before has anyone anywhere ever built so big, fine and comfortable a car Model 85-6, six cylinder 35-40 horsepower, to sell for anywhere near so low a price. 116-inch wheelbase $925.

A PIONEER GARAGE, PHONE NO. 8 Mintern Simmons Dealers, White City, Kansas The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio "Made in U. S..

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