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The Evening News from Council Grove, Kansas • 4

The Evening News from Council Grove, Kansas • 4

The Evening Newsi
Council Grove, Kansas
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GOODFELLOWS GIVE. SON OF EX-GOVERNOR IS DEAD. III Special Sale Ashes of Harry C. Carney, Mining Engineer of Montana, Will, Reach Leavenworth Today. Denver, Dec.

19. The body of Harry C. Carney, a prominent mining man of Great Falls, who died Wednesday at that place following a brief illness, was brought to Denver and cremated at Riverside here Sat 10 PER GENT OFF ON ALUMINUM WARE 10 PER GENT OFF ON ROCHESTER WARE 10 PER GFNT OFF ON CARVING SETS urday. The ashes were shipped to Leavenworth, Kansas, where the fun- eral will be held Monday. i Mr.

Carney was a son of the late Governor Thqmas Carney, of Kansas. He was graduated from Harvard in Clothes that are CLOTHES WfE MAKE all garments ail that we sell in our own shop no sweatshop clothes go out from this shop. Our many years in the business enable us please the most particular Fit, Style and Satisfaction Guaranteed Yes, We do cleaning and pressing, and its done right here. It's Up to You to Say If Children Like Those Who Write "Mamma's Gone," Ilave Real Christmas. Two pairs of little red hands grasped the tongue of the little wagon that carried a bundle of clothes mother's back had ached over in the washing and ironing of them.

Two pairs of little legs strode sturdily along, carrying the two children down a residence street late yesterday afternoon, while the little wagon jolted complainingly behind them. The younger child, not more than 6 years old, was chattering eagerly of the one subject that is uppermost in all children's minds at this time of the year. "And I told him I wanted a dolly that would go to sleep, and a little buggy for me to push her in, and some candy and some nuts and a rockiq chair for mother, and some- hair ribbons for you and a stocking cap, and some candy for you and some mittens for both of us. The Older Sister Knew. The older girl, probably 9 but with a thin face that made her appear oldei, to December 25th From December 18th 1877.

He then came to Colorado and took a course at the state school of mines and later went to Montana. He is survived by two brothers, Charles a Denver stockman, and William Carney, of Arizona. GIBSON CLYBORNE Four more days of the Christmas shopping. You will find us there with the goods. Tell us your troubles, we will help you out.

F. E. Pirtle Co." ome People Mr. Qnr1 TVTV A Pvkir, uu interrupted the rendition of the A. FEIGLEY confined to their home on account of Christmas list.

sickness. Chas. Loy and Howard! 4I guess you think Santy is going Campbell are conducting the business to brinS vou everything you want do in I you? Well, he ain't, 'cause old Santy at the store during his absence. go blocks and miles to pay their taxes. This is not necessary if you carry an account with us.

Notify us and give a description of your property and prior to the time of adding the penalty we will have your tax receipt presented at the bank and charge it to your account, mailing you the receipt with your checks. The more you deposit the longer you can do a checking business. WE PAY J. PER CENT INTEREST ain't got the number of us kids. He don't get around to our part of town.

But," the older girl continued, when she saw the grief that had come into her sister's face, "don't you cry, Honey; we'll have a pretty good time Christmas, even if Santy can't get Clarence Baker and family of Manhattan arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with home folks. Clarence is now employed in a barber shop at Manhaattan and is doing fine. JOHN F. FLYNN THE HOME BUILDER Plans Estimates Furnished-Shop and Job Work on Short 1 notice Phone 255 around. Maybe mother'll let us go to Harry Alexander came in from Man jitnev show." Lnattan yesterday to be with home folks TT1 xl i i.

-c J1 I uiuess mere axe a tut ox uwiuci-i lows thisy ear to care for the children pntil after the holidays. The Farmers Drovers there will be many sad little hearts Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn came in on Christmag morning. Bank PLUMBING and HEATING W.

H. WHITE, President. E. D. SCOTT, Cashier.

Opposite Whiting's Garage Bell Phone 463 from Herington yesterday where they Providing Christmas celebrations have been the past month. Mr. for the children is entirely a matter Flynn states that the new home he has of goodf eii0wship with the goodfel-been building for Mr. and Mrs. Glen lows Eyery cent of money gent to Young is nearly completed and they them for the children is spent on gifts will soon move into it.

for children and for necessities. I ill -r ADMITS ROBBING FARM HOUSES DUDLEY SEEING WASHINGTON. Al Richart of Dunlap was in Council Grove this morning looking after business matters. mamma uune wis itar. east One 7 year-old boy on the Mrs.

Myrtle Williams Suit, of To- peka, daughter of Ben" Williams, a for- Representative Doolittle's Wife is Causing Him to Take More Interest In Washington Sights. Washington, Dec. 19. Congress side wrote Santa Claus yesterday and CHASE COUNTY TO PAVE ON NEW SANTA FE TRAIL The first experiment with asphalt roads in Chase county is to be tried out by the county conynissioners on a short stretch of roadway on the New Santa Fe trail between Cottonwood Falls and Saffordville. Arrangements have already been made for the grading and proper preparation of the roadbed so that work will start at Mrs.

Lewis McKinzie of Parkerville was a Council Grove chopper this morning. mer resident of Council Grove, is here asked or a ootball, a pair of gloves and some candy. "Last year I had a he explained in his letter, "but this year I haven't got no mamma." today to attend the Eastern Star meeting tonight. Mrs. Suit is the Grand Matron of the Star.

She is (the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stewart. Clifford Rude of Manhattan arrived home this morning to spend the holidays with home folks. lne graded roadway will be man Doolittle, while a resident of Washington for two years, has accomplished but little in the way of sightseeing.

However, with the brand new Mrs. Doolittle that he brought back with him to Washington from Kansas, he is enjoying the things to be seen in America's greatest sightseeing city. He has landed his old place on the committee on agriculture and has reintroduced his land loan bill. H. C.

Brueggin, of the Brueggin 5, 10 and 25c store is confined to his Jas. Fyfe of Comiskey is spending Boy Arrested at Cottonwood Falls Says He Was Hack Driver Here After Harvest. Cottonwood Falls, Dec. 19. After entering three farm houses here, where he stole gold watches, rings and money, John Parker, 16 years old, giving Temple, as his home was arrested near Wonsevu, by Constable Guy Cooper, a farmer of Cedar township.

At his preliminary held before Justice Sherman Knowland, in this city, the boy pleaded guilty to the charges preferred against him and was bound over to the district court. The boy stated that he left his home last summer to work in the Kansas harvest fields and from there had ogne to Topeka, where until a few days ago he had been engaged as a hack driver. -c i i Mrs. Dillon, mother of Mrs. J.

M. Miller, is quite ill today with an attack of the grip. a uays tnis weeK wiui ins inuuier home today on account of sickness. in Council Grove. Mr.

Fyfe recently eighteen feet in width and the method of construction will be the depositing pf and 8-inch fill of crushed rock over which will be a 6 inch layer of asphalt. The road will be built over what is held his big farm sale and is making preparations to go to California F. W. Edmunds returned home this morning from Kansas City where he Ernest Miller is reported to be very 111 i il- 1 -T il TT A i aid to be one of the wettest stretches in the near future where he will join hag been attending to business mat- ix me liume ux ins J.a.tiit;i. 11.

Mrs. Fyfe and make their home. Miller, on Second street today. ters. It was stated recently that the attendance of the East side schools was JUST A FEW DAYS More to Elegant Elk Charms, for him who wears them.

See our selection. F. E. Pirtle Co. of roadway along the New Santa Fe trail in Cottonwood valley, where much difficulty has been experienced by motorists and travelers during the wet season this year.

If the Chase county commissioners find that the cost of this kind of road buildng is not too great, it is likely that other asphalt roadways will follow and will be put in where they are most needed. Get That weeks and that one day last week only i What will please her? 'Tis easy to decide this question at onr place. CO Mantaca lonignt. S. W.

Burtch of Kansas City is here to attend the stock holders meeting of the Kansas and Mexico land Co. eight pupils were in attendance. This is not so, according to one of the instructors at that school, the attendance has at no time been below 80 per cent, which is considered very good considering the amount of sickness in town. The annual Christmas Cantata given by the scholars of the East Side schools will be held tonight. The entertainment is free and is invited.

for Cash. FURNITURE GO. J. W. Melton and family of Chalk Mound are in Council Grove today shopping.

Miss Edna Campbell was in shopping, Saturday. u. ri jiui i per fit-ill. AliMiM rfuri. fur Br r'-agM ah it mm is APPROPRIATE GIFTS DIAMONDS VICTROLAS CUT GDASS CASSEROLES BOOKS BUILDING BLOCKS TOYS FOUNTAIN PENS WATCHES DRESSER SETS SILVER TRAYS SALAD FORKS DOLLS STICK PINS BRUSHES COMBS BROOCHES EARRINGS PINS SOUVENIR SPOONS What is more appropriate for a Christmas present than a gold Bracelet Watch.

Every person heeds a reliable time piece only a few can get along without them. The world moves by them. Bracelet watches are but a single item of our appropriate articles for Christmas. Look over the list to the left, where some of the most popular ones are noted. There are many others and all at popular prices.

May your Chrismas he a Merry one, and the Coming Year a Prosperous and ELappy one 1ES.

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