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Argonia Clipper from Argonia, Kansas • 8

Argonia Clipper from Argonia, Kansas • 8

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Argonia Clipperi
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Ihc Arcnla Clipper, Friday, November 24, 1S99. Tho football game at Milan Saturday between the Mllnri hoy a mid our home team resulted In a 'Kcoop" for the latter by the ono-sldcd score of 15 to 0. Quito number of our local football enthusiasts went over to "root" for our boys. LOCAL NOTES. wan in the W.

Jtnrne of Milan, Again we call the attention of the Clipper readers to the fact that all kinds of Stoves were again advanced in price by tho manufacturers on Oct. 16th. We still offer any Stove we have in stock at the old price. Not one cent has been added to cur selling price. D.

H. Harrison came down from Iliitchlns'-n Sunday on a brief visit to bin many friends here. He has been granted a two weeks' vacation and will put in tho time visiting with friends hero and in the Strip. He Is accompanied by Mrs. Harrison.

J. M. Fulton returned Saturday from Emporia, near which place he had been attending a large sale of fine stock. While there ho purchased six head of Shorthorn cattle which he has added to his lino herd of thorough city lust tvenlng. Miss Minnie IJeinborg''r visited friends in Creek township 11 day or two last week.

Mrs, S. Speaker spent several days ttio past week visiting umong friends at MilHn. Mrs, N. A. Ropp and daughter Alllo, MUhh, wero shopping in the city Tuesda.

Geo. T. Leo and Geo. McCHnnH, of near Milan, were delivering hos here 1 -hie rd ay. J.

L. Menrs and wife visited the former's son Welcome, near Milan, Wednesday, We now have our now lino of winter robes and horse blankets. Prices to suit the limes. A. Oka IT.

Mrs. S. C. Hutchinson, of Milan, was chopping in the city Friday and paid the CUlTEtt a business call. good breds and for which ho paid round figure.

THE FUEL SAVER, the most perfect air tight stove made, the C. C. Soutliwiclc came up from Gar-ber, (). Friday and remained several days visiting among his relatives and friends in this county. While here he.

in company with his father, cheapest' stove for the money now offered. We carry it in all sizes; 14. 16, 18 and 20. called and deposited the needful for the renewal of his subscription and Base Burners will receive tho Kansas City Journal the ensuing year as a premium. a Will Narron, formerly of Relic Plalne, who Is now in Arizona, has been thinking some of starting a bank at Argonia with Mr.

Haworth, but Postmaster Joseph Dull of Hollo Plalne, who was in the city today says he has given up that idea. Will is quite well known in this city and county, having V. M. YateH, one of Ryan township's finterprislne farmerH, was In the city Friday on business und called. Chan.

Mack, of Elmo, was here 11 day or two this week looking after his real estate interests in this county. Mrs. A. Urnnnman, of Kansas City, arrived here Tuesday on a visit to her brother, M. W.

Morris, and family. Remember, you can buy anything at our store. Wu fill all grocery, orders. Don't think you cannot buy groceries of us. Ledgkrwood Co.

Miss Mary Cruse, of Quincy, is paying hersisiers, Mrs. Henry Osterloh und Mrs. W. Kunde, in Creek township, 11 visit. Charlie Gile.

wifo and sister-in-law, Miss Edna Haynes, of Milan, attended the McClary lecture in this city Saturday evening. If you are in need of a heating stove call and see thn Stewart hob blast beaters at A. Graff's. We can save you money and fuel. A.

Chaff. J. W. Dunham drove to Wellington Tuesday and returned Wednesday once taught school here. Mail, Fri Garland Oak heaters and Garland air tight stoves at prices of last year.

Garland Cook stoves and Ranges, the heaviest and best Cook stoves on the market. Why can vve sell these stoves at 1898 prices? Because we bought them before any raise. We carry on our sample floor 14 different styles of Cook stoves and Ranges. Come in and select one before the assortment is broken. We will save you money.

Are you needing a Cook stove? If so, WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. GUNS OF ALL. KINDS. AMMUNITION, plenty of it, AT RIGHT PRICES. PUMPS AND PIPE.

work promptly HARNESS, both single and double, at lower prices. WINTER LAP ROBES, new stock at low prices. HORSE BLANKETS and all kinds of, horse furnishings always on band. This line of our business is new and everything of the latest, Give us a trial. day.

A farmers' Institute will be held at Wcllngton next Friday and Saturday, December 1st and 2nd. An excellent program, including an address by l. I). Cobtirn, secretary of the state board of agriculture, has been ar ranged for the occasion and an inter esting time is anticipated. Every farmer who can should take a day oil and attend this institute.

-Buegies- night. His nephew, John Dunham, ac companied bim on his return The glorious rains of the past week have thoroughly soaked the ground and proven of inestimable benefit to the growing which is now W. W. Whetstone, of Winfield, was bere a few hours between trains Satur looking better than it ever did before day looking after his property interests We have just received some new stock. Give us a trial.

Good terms and low prices. $55,00 to $100,00. 1 FEED GRINDERS See the Giant Killer feed grinder and get our circulars on Feed Grinding. Yours for Business, and remembered us with a call. at this time of year.

The continued Tuesday evening was so rainy that I warm weather has given it a good start and It will go into the winter in excellent condition, with splendid prospects for a bountiful crop. The did not get to Milan, consequently if the weather is favorable we will begin the singing class next Tuesday evening. II. II. Shvli RUSE rain was general over Kansas and Oklahoma, while in Colorado there was a S.

C. Roach, of Milnn, hassocured the exclusive agency for Sumner county for heavy fall of snow. the sale of Dr. T. Dutlon'a Vegetable Discovery, said to bo the best blood G.

A. R. Post Meeting. The next regular meeting of Argonia Post No. 342, 0.

A. will be held on purifier in the world. At the annual convention of the Wiv Next Thursday is Thanksgiving and we trust every reader of this paper will iind something to be thankful for. We arc thankful that we are enjoying good health; that our lot Is cast in the' banner county in the best state in the union; that our people man's Foreign Missionary society of the To Those Who are Suffering with Rheumatism I would gladly recommend Magnetic treatment, for having suffered with Rheumatism for fifteen years, I can say that I have received more benefit in two weeks treatment by H. B.

Wilson, the than all medicines that I have tried in the last ten years. I feel 60 per cent, better every way, and can gladly recommend this method to any who are Saturday, December 2, 1899, at2o'cloek p. m. A full tttendan3Q is desired, ns there will be election of officers and other important business before the Winfield district, recently held in Wei lington, Mrs. A.

E. Slambnck, of this city, was honored with an election to the meeting'. By order I). A. LEWIS, P.

C. are enterprising, prosperous and happy that Argonia is one of the best towns J. C. NEWBOLD, Adjt. suffering with this dreaded disease.

in the county; that our lecture course is an assured success; that the pros J. G. CLECKNER, Argonia, Kan. Card of Thanks. The undersigned detire to thank their many friends and neighbors who were poets for a record breaking wheat crop were never better at this time of so kind and helpful during tho sickness year; that our subscription list is growing steadily.

Now is the time to subscribe. ofllee of district mite box secretary, Tho Tope lea Mail and Breeze of last week contained a very good write-up of Sumner county and Wellington, together with brief sketches of Conway Springs, Delia l'laine, Arconia, Milan and May field, by Flora E. Pool, the correspondent of the paper. Some unrecenerate sneak seems to "have it in'' for S. O.

Ledger wood, Inning twice within the past ten days torn down and mutilated his cloak sign, and if a stop is not put to such vandalism someone is going to get into terious trouble, A word to tho wise is sulli-cient. Mrs. F. M. Sobrlug and little daughter Gladys left Sunday evening on a visit to friends at expect The open air band concert given Nevada, June 2, 1S99.

Tins is to Certify, That Prof. H. B. Wilson, one of our graduates, is a gentleman of exemplary moral character and a fine operator. His work in our practical department has been highly satisfactory and I can most cheerfully recommend him to the suffering public as a Healer.

Respectfully, PROF. S. BOOKS, Principal Operator Modern School Magnetic Healing, Nevada, Mo. Saturday for the Cliitku was one of the best of the season and was listened to by a large and appreciative audience. The program included se oral very dltUeuit selections which were skillfully executed and elicited hearty applause.

The bovs are at considerable expense of both time and money in preparing for these weekly concerts and are deserving of the hearty support and encouragement of Prof. H. 3. Wilson, the Wlagnetist, Will be at the following places, where he will treat all dis eases by the Weltmer method of Magnetic Healing: MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS At Freeport, Kan.

TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS our business men and citizens in their euoris 10 attract, uie peouj to our city and thus helping to increase the and bereavement of their little baby. Hoping that vve may not have to return the favors in the same manner, we are Yours Respectfully, Mb. and Mrs O. A. Harper.

Milan, Nov. 21, 1899. Marriage Licenses. D. W.

Lynch and Mattie Collins, both of Caldwell. Frank Hatton, of Rome, and Virginia E. Willis, of Wellington. W. E.

Sargent, of Oxford, and Flora B. Bradbury, of Winfield. H. Shook and Marie S. Nelson, both of Mulvane.

O. J. Mark, of Oxford, and Lillie Dale, of Udall. L. R.

Hall, of Nardin, O. and Emily S. Dilling, of Andover. Church News. The following itf-ms from Rev.

Low-ther's church paper, the Southwestern Advocate, will be found of interest to our readers: Freeport is in a revival at. Zion. Bro Curamings is assisted by Bro. Hodge and the two together make a good revival team. Argonia is in good spiritual condition and with the arousement of some latent rustle will bring up the finances.

They have built new barn which adds to the beauty and value of the parsonage property. Milan is addiag two rooms to the parsonage which will make it a very comfortable residence property, trade or our merchants. At the residence of Geo. W. Henderson, five miles south of Argonia Football Club.

A number of the football enthus'nsts of this city met Monday evening and organized for tho season with IWt Ford Argonia. $1 00 per single treatment, payable when treatment is given, or if paid in advance, $5.00 for seven treatments, $10.00 for fifteen treatments. ff Consultation Free. as manager. Following is a list of the ing to be absent a couple of weeks.

little Nephew, Carl Chamberlain, who has been making his home with the Sebrings for a year past, accompanied her. There has been considerable talk, off and on, about the probability of the Santa Fo making ibis part of their system the through lino to California. We were reliably informed this week that it is only a matter of time, and in all probability a short time at that. The Santa Fe lias Iven working and planning to that end for some time. Harper (Sentinel.

The missionary meetings held at the Presbyterian church lust Friday were well attended. Miss Hayes proved to be a very good speaker and told in a pleasant manner of the work being done in New Mexico by the church. We believe the addresses made will quicken our efforts to bring the benefits of christian training to the children of New Mexico, our near neighbors, who are living in superstition t'Bd iguoratice. members, with the positions assigned tbeiu: Den Gruwell, full hack; Cor win Zeller, right half James Chistn left half buck; UVs Loekeit, quarter That Throbbing Headacho Would quickly leave you, if you used back; Vern Ford, left end; Cash Ham niond, left tackle; Glenn Hargrove, Iff guard; Will Chism, center rush; Otho Vance, right guard; Harvey Rine C. A.

JIallman guarantees every bottle of Chamberlain's Couyh Remedy und will refund the money to 'any one who is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and is pleasant and safe to take. It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and nervous headaches.

They make pure blood und strong nerves and build up. vour health. Easy to take. Try them. On els.

Money back if not cured. Sold by A. Halltnac, druggist. right tackle; Lawrence Hereon, right end. The team is strong one and we expect them to five a gffod account of themselves.

hey challenge any team in Kansas or Ukunotua..

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