Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archiveArchive Home
Quenemo News from Quenemo, Kansas • 5

Quenemo News from Quenemo, Kansas • 5

Publication:
Quenemo Newsi
Location:
Quenemo, Kansas
Issue Date:
Page:
5
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

tove emonsur On Saturday, April 2nd, we will have a specialist here to demonstrate the Perfection Coal Oil Stove, at which time we will serve vou with FREE COOKIES baked on this stove This will be a golden opportunity for any person intending to purchase an oil or gasoline stove. SEE OUR LINE OF DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS. ARStiA'LL OTHERS Our New Wall Paper Mas Arrived The Handsomest Designs we have You Can Save Money By buying your i ness, Collars, Whips and Everything in the Harness Line OF E. H. Arnold, Quen moKasa, Harness and Shoe Repairing a Specialty.

All work Guaranteed. Ever Had. Lucky Bill's show tomorrow. Ladies' wash skirts, $2 to $5 at Marshall's. Dr.

Sjvisher will be at Quenemo April 9 Wanted Bees Lucky Bill will buy any bees you have for sale. A beautiful line of skirts, voiles, Panamas and novelties at Marshalle. April 9th you can see Dr. Swisher about your eyes at Dr. Medearis' office.

Miss Wilda Marshall has been here this week the guest of relatives. Our prices on wall papers are lower than you can get elsewhere. Early Carder. W. C.

T. U. will meet? Friday, April 1st with Mrs. Medearis. All ladies are invited.

Big values in Lingerie and Tailored waists at Marshall's. Congratulations are in order, Editor and Mrs. Crowthersof Osage City are the parents of a son. Frank Thompson is to assist Cloyd Neill in the restaurant this summer. Last year's stock at 25 per cent discount.

Mayden, Photographer, in Michigan Valley, every Remnants suitable for a small room at one-fourth regular price. If an expensive paper is desired we can order it from our sample book. Medearis, the dentist is at Quenemo, Monday, Pomona Tuesday, Melvern, Wednesday and Lyndon Thursday of each week. Friday and Saturday at the home office in Quenemo. M.

R. Hallo well Sr Co. These gentlemen will treat you right. Jess Sutton is out of the Neill Fancy Hose at Marshall's. Quenemo's big Holiday, Saturday April 9th.

See the Monarch oil stove at Crum Bros. Chester Smith was a Lyndon visitor Monday Bee supplies for sale at Lucky Bill's, Quenemo. Wanted A few boarders. Enquire of Mrs. Hattie Lord.

A line of head scarfs at Marshall's. New and up-to-date. Mrs. Virginia Crum has been a guest in Ottawa for the past week. Ladies, Misses and Children's Patent leather pumps at Marshall's.

Clark can stop that annoying drip on the porch step, so see him about it. Sign work Any one wishing same will find me at Honest Bill's I. E. Stone. Highest cash price paid for old rubber, copper and brass by E.

H. Arnold. Miss Mary K. Williams of Lyndon; was a guest in our home Thursday afternoon. Wanted Cattle to pasture 2 miles west and 3 miles south of Quenemo.

Mrs. Chas Zabel. For Rent. Good 4 room house, barn, 10 acres of land goes with it. For terms see J.

W. Watkins. E. J. Shinn of Ottawa, a resident of Quenemo a number of years ago was over on business yesterday.

Mrs. Frank Robison and two little daughters spent Easter with relatives and friends at Yate3 Center. See the only spotted Shetland pony Cupid in the world at the Honest Bill Show Saturday April 9th. As house cleaning time is at hand call and see our line of wall paper before purchasing. Early Carder.

More new summer dress goods. New shades, new styles at Marshalls. The Monarch oil stove will cook your meal in half the time required by other oil stoves. Crum Bros sell them. The date for the Ottawa Assembly this year will be June 21 to July 1.

Remember the date and make plans accordingly, If you fail to see Clark's line of wall decorations before purchasing you will be disappointed in what Kansas Chief Flour. Kansas Chief Graham. Kansas Chief Corn Meal. Kansas Chief Hominy Food. Kansas Chief Breakfast Food.

Come in and see the new oil stove at Crum Bros. Spring jackets at $4 and $5 at M. Marshall's. Let me figure with you on painting your house. Clark.

For rent Corn lands in tracts to suit. Apply to W. 0. Jones, east of town. A son was born to Mr.

and Mrs. W. E. Clark Monday night, March 28th. Your oil bill will be cut in half if you use the Monarch stove sold by Crum Bros.

A full line of Conkey's poultry remedies at Carder's. There are none better. restaurant and has gone to Maxson to make a good many improvements on his farm. Several members of the Lyndon High School came over Friday We have been having regular night and gave their minstrel at the March weather the past week, the opej'a house for the benefit of the wind keeping up a steady blow for several days. two high schools.

The performance was a combination of numbers given Mrs. Truman Loomis and little LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mayden for photos Quenemo. All the new and pretty things in spring dress goods at Crum Bros. For candies, cigars, tobacco, etc.

go to A. M. Servaes's restaurant. Now is the time to hae your harness repaired and oiled before the spring work starts in E. H.

Arnold. daughters of LeRoy have been spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Al Neill. I will only be at my shop on Sat mences the school promptly at 10 o'clock. Parents come with your children to Sunday School and all stay to the preaching service.

Preaching by the pastor at 11. Epworth League at 7 o'clock. This is for all classes and all ages. We had a splendid League service last Sunday night led by Chester Smith. Preaching at 8.

Subject one of the most important in the bible The two states of the wicked beyond this life." This is no old straw to be threshed. Meeting of the official board Monday night at the church at 8. The church and congregation wish to express their thanks to Mr. Newton for the use of his piano during the revival meetings just closed, which he so offered without pay. Remember the Honest Bill Show as a place of recreation and amusement, The Big day, Saturday, April 9th.

urdays and every evening, but will be glad to come and show you my line at any time. Clark. at the "County Fair" there. The receipts were over $51 and after all expenses were paid each high school received a little over $10. The young people were well trained and pleased their audience.

A number of the local jokes cracked did not seem to be caught on to by the audience but this was not the fault of the crackers in most cases. The last number on the program, the "See-Saw," was excellent and delighted all. The nobbiest line of soft colored shirts in town at Marshall's. We understand Frank Thompson and John Cradit were buggy riding in the country Sunday evening with a couple of young ladies. For Sale Farmers desiring to M.E.

CHURCH NOTES, The Sunday School still continues plant broom corn this year will find a fine quality of Dwarf broom corn seed at the broom factory. to increase in numbers and interest. We have passed the 75 mark, and we will now endeavor to make it 100 Remember the superintendent com Let us show you how nice and how quick the Monarch oil stove will cook. Crum Bros. Frank Robinson visited from Saturday until Tuesday with relatives in Emporia and saw the Denver-Emporia ball game Monday.

See these $10 Serge Suits. Men's all wool blue serge suits lined with the celebrated Skinner's satin which we guarantee to wear two years. Three button round cut sack suit in all sizes. The serge is all-wool, dark navy blue shade absolutely fast color. The; lining is the lustrous Skinner's satin warranted to wear two years.

John Henssy and family moved you have when you do. the first of the week over near Po lotice to Duilders and Contractors. mona so that Mrs. Hensey could be close to her mother who is in poor health. We have a fine line of wall paper, nice patterns for dinning room, sitting rooms, bed rooms, and kitchens Prices ranging from 10c to 35c per bolt.

Early Carder. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.

Hammond of Kansas City visited over Sunday with Mrs T. Smith and snn Hhestpr. J. S. Painter and family moved the first of the week into the Cloud house on north Fifth street and Parties who will use Concrete Blocks in your building plans in the near future writt me for prices.

I can furnish you first-class blocks that are thor- which has been occupied by S. F. Frazier and family. Mr. Hammond is a mail clerk and oughly seasoned and free from defects, at a price runs out of Kansas City.

Miss Ruth Frazier, who has been spending the winter in Carbondale with Prof and Mrs. E. L. Heilman, Wanted Sawing of logs for those needing or desirous of that kind of work, Satisfaction guaranteed. We solicit your work early.

Saws located on Lucky Bill's property. Connor Tyner. Mrs. L. R.

Gephart's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Brett of ftrpo-nn Illinois, and mnther. Mrs.

that will pay you to investigate. I can furnish any- thing in the concrete building line, also sidewalks. Write me your wants in concrete and allow me reasonable time and I can fill your orders. I SILL'S GOINGRETE PLAINT, Make our store your head- came down Friday night to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

S. F. brazier. Mr. and Mrs.

S. F. Frazier have WWOftl in Ottawa. moved into the property they pur chased sometime ago of Early Car Hain and sister Lydia, of near Bluff City, Kansas, came Tuesday morn der, Mr. and Mrs.

Andre and daughters having moved into the Glass ing for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs Gpnhart. Mr. and Mrs. property on north Fourth street, Brett have been spending the winter Would it not be a good idea to with Mrs.

Hain. form a permanent river improve Quenemo people were surprised ment organization right now while we have the drift burning question G. A. McMulIen, LIVERY. DRAY AGE, TRANSFER DONE IN SATISFACTORY WAY to learn of the marriage of Mr.

Wm before us. Think this over and act Newton (Lucky Bill) and Mrs. May Henry G. Young Go. Southwest Cor.J2nd and Main Streets, OTTAWA, KAPSSrib.

Look For the Big Wire Sign. accordingly. Dunlap which occurred in Kansas City on Tuesday. Mrs. Dunlap has The ladies of the Presbyterian church will jrive a social at the been pianist for the Lucky Bill Show for some time.

The contract home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Marsh all tonight (Friday.) Everybody is ing parties are well known all over the state and their friends extend cordially invited to come and spend Quenemo, Kansas, congratulations.

a pleasant evening..

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

About Quenemo News Archive

Pages Available:
1,956
Years Available:
1902-1911