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Quenemo News from Quenemo, Kansas • 1

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The Quenemo News. City Paper Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas, Friday, September 10, 1909. Volume XVII Number 51 THE NEW SANTA FE MOTOR CAR. 0000 3 101 Santa Fe Santa Fe motor car which was installed about three weeks ago to run between Emporia and Topeka. The car makes daily trips leaving Emporia in the morning and returning in the evening.

During the short time it has been in operation it has proved a big success often carrying capacity, crowds. One of the features of the car which is of interest to Quenemo people and also to people living west of here on the cut off is the arrangement made recently to have the "Pea Vine" training wait at Osage City until the motor car arrives thus giving direct con- This route is several miles shorter than the route around by Lawrence and Ottawa and is a money saver to our people, besides giving them an opportunity to ride on the wonderful motor car. According to the Emporia Times there is talk of putting on a car of this kind on the "cut off" from Ottawa to Emporia, leaving Ottawa in the morning and returning in the evening, just opposite to the way the "plug" runs. Emporia is workhard for this car as it will draw trade to that city from towns west of here on that road. AT.S.SE.

Above is a splendid cut of the nection from Topeka in the evening. HONEST BILLS DISBAND Some time ago Wm. Newton Jr. while about the Honest Bill show tent ran against a stake and ruptured a varicose vein in his leg and has been forced to quit the show business for a while on account of it. He came in Wednesday morning and went up to Topeka to a hospital yesterday to have the leg treated.

The Honest Bill show disbanded at Silvan Grove, Mr. Newton leasing the ponies and dogs to Lucky Bill and shipped the show stuff to this city. Mr. Casten remained in the western part of the state and is putting in wheat near Wakeeney. Mr.

Newton says he expects to go out again next year. M. McNalley, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Hardware store. Phone No.

Office 456, Res. 5. MICHIGAN VALLEY, KANSAS Mrs. Elizabeth Buffington Mitchell was born in Jackson county, West Virginia, the 19th day of December, 1821. She went with her father's family to Marion county, Iowa, and was there joined in marriage with Thomas Mitchell who was one of the honored soldiers of the Civil War.

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell came to Reno, Kansas, in 1876, and later lived a number of years near Rosemont, Osage county. The family consisted of five boys and two girls. One of the girls died in infancy and one of the sons died in manhood.

The husband died about 18 years ago, leaving the mother a widow in her old age. She had lived in Oklahoma with her sons about 15 years, but came to Quenemo three months ago to live with her only daughter, Mrs. Cross, where she died Friday evening, August 27th, 1909, at the age of 87 years, 8 months and 8 days. Mrs. Mitchell was a Christian, having joined the church of the United Brethern in Christ many years ago.

Through the many years of toil, anxiety and sorrows which came to her as such things come to all, faith and hope must have been a sustaining power. REGINA HATS. WORN BY WOMEN OF STYLE" We invite all the ladies of Que- nemo and vicinity to come into our parlors and try on hats whether they intend purchasing or not. M. J.

Pickles Co. You Save Money By buying your groceries here. We always give you tne very best groceries obtainable for the least money. Come in and get our prices. It will prove to you that we can save you money if you make your purchases at this store.

Kansas Chief Flour, per sack 20c cake Bakers 16c Big 4 Flour, per sack 1.40 10c can Tomatoes. 8c Bran, 100 lbs, per sack. 1.00 10c can Corn. Shorts, per 100 lb 1.15 10c can Pumpkin. 8c 25c pkg Oats.

1 gal can Syrup. Imperial Tea was 50c per lb. 1 gal can Japan Tea was 50c per lb. now. 39c 25c pail Mica Axle 15c pkg Japan 10c can of Mica Axle Grease.

Te 300 size Lemons while they 10 oz can K. C. Baking Lion Coffee was 16c per pkg, 15-oz. can K. Baking 13c Arbuckles Coffee was 16c per pkg, 25-oz.

can K. C. Baking Powder. Post Toasties, 15c pkg 10c can Lewis 7c 25c pkg Postum -22c 10c can Greenwich Lye. 15c pkg Postum 3 10c-plugs Horse Shoe Tobacco.

10c Can Rubbers. 3 10c-plugs Star Tobacco. 10c pkg Arm Hammer Brand Soda. Cigars-3 of any kind 5c 10c pkg Cow Brand 6 5-cent packages Union Leader Tobacco. 6 5-cent packages Dixie Kid 15c pkg Knox's 6 5-cent packages Dukes Tobacco.

10c can Rising Sun Stove Polish. -7c 6 5-cent packages Durham 10c cake Sweet Chocolate. -7c 6 5 cent packages Drum GRUM BROS. Quenemo, Kansas. With age came physical informities which she bore with patience, knowing that the immortal spirit shall find perfect freedom in the change which we call death.

It is this Christian hope which, doubtless, enables her Paul. to "0 say with the apostle Death, where thy sting? Grave where is thy victory?" She knows now better than we know the meaning of salvation through Christ. The funeral services were held from the home of Mrs Cross, Sunday morning, August 29, at nine o'clock and were conducted by Rev. J. R.

McQuown, pastor of the Presbyterian church. Interment was made in the Connel cemetery near Williamsburg. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank the friends who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our mother. Mrs.

Geo. Cross Joe Mitchell. OBITUARY. Anthony Lavelle was born in County Mayo, Ireland, May 15, 1828. When a young man he came to this country and located in Adams county Illinois.

On October 10. 1857 he was united in marriage to Miss Catherine Toughy of Hamilton. Ohio He lived in Illinois until 1864 when he moved to Kansas locating in Lawrence. In the fall of the same year he enlisted in the Kansas State Militia Co C. 3 Regiment.

In July 1880 he moved with his family to Franklin county where he lived until February 1896 when he moved to Quenemo. Departed this life September 2, 1909, aged 81 years 3 months and 17 days. He is survived by his wife and two children, John Lavelle of Omaha, Nebraska and Mrs. J. C.

Barrett of this place. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank the friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our dear husband and father. Also the ladies of the W. C.

T. U. and Mrs. E. Hallowell for their beautiful florol offerings.

Mrs. Catherine Lavelle, John Lavelle, Mrs. J. C. Barrett.

OBITUARY. M. E. CHURCH NOTES Sunday School next Sunday at 10 o'clock. League meeting at 7.

The Monday quarterly conference last recommended C. E. BalLard to peka the district of the conference Kansas of the district conference for local license, and he will preach at the Methodist church in Quenemo next Sunday morning, September 12 at 11 o'clock. The financial report of this at the quarterly conference was a most gratifying report indeed. Every department of the church work seems to be taking on new life.

NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. You are hereby warned to keep I off offer the $5.00 Morgan for Williams arrest property, viction of any person unlawfully taking apples from the orchard or corn from the fields. P. Williams. Advertise in the News to abtain results.

UNDER THE HAMMER G. W. Largent's Sale Dates Sept. 11-Elmer Wiggins. 6 miles north of Pomona.

Sept. 14- Hugh Claypool, 5 miles southwest of Quenemo. Sept. 15-Russell Hand, 5 miles south east of Melvern. Sept.

16--Dick Allen, 2 miles north of Melvern. Sept. 18-Mrs. Lavelle, Quenemo. Sept.

20-C. A. Woodward, 3 miles southeast of Melvern. Sept. 21-Mrs.

'Hewitt, 5 miles northwest of Quenemo. Sept. 22-T. C. Rutledge, 4 miles north of Waverly.

More to follow Warren Marshall, D. D. S. DENTIST. LYNDON, KANSAS.

Gold work a specialty. Painless extraction of teeth. All work warranted Will be at Dr. Markham's office in Quenemo every Wednesday. The Farmers State Bank of Quenemo.


Gephart, Cashier. J. T. McMillin, Vice President. W.

D. Hall, Asst, Cashier..

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