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The Canton Pilot from Canton, Kansas • 1

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The Canton Piloti
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Canton, Kansas
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2 THE CANTON PILOT. 9 CANTON, McPHERSON COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1907. Once More to Demonstrate That We Are Headquarters for FLOOR COVERINGS as well as other lines, we quote 9x12 foot all wool Ingrain Art Square $9.50 foot all wool Ingrain Art Square 7.00 9x74 foot wool Ingrain Art Square 4.50 8 ft, 3 in. x10 ft 6 in Smith Axminister Rug 19.00 36 in 72 in Smiths Axminister Rugs 4,50 Extra Heavy Cover Door Mats, ea. 50c Flexible Steel Door Mats, 16 in x35 in ea 1.00 Extra quality heavy weight Linoleum pr sq.

yd 65c Oil Cloth floor rugs, stove size, ea 85c Foor Oil Cloth, good grade 11 yd wide per sq. yd 45c Carpet paper pr yd 2c Carpet Felt yd 5c pr 36 in. Floor Veneer for borders around rugs, per yd 40c 36 in. Burlap, dark green, also for borders per yd. 18c White enameled 4 ft.

Curtain poles, ea 10c Brass Curtain Rods, Oilcloth Binding, Carpet Sweepers, Carpets and Widow Shades. WICKHAM BROS. Follow the rush and you'll find us. About Face! And buy that girl a present as you promised. BROOCHES, NECK CHAIN or BRACELET at Frantzs.

Crane Building Good Sample Rooms. Rates, 1.50 and $2 Commercial Hotel CHAS. EDWARDS, Prop. First Class Meals. Good Beds.

COME TO THE City Meat Market For The Best FRESH AND CURED MEATS. We are always in the market for choice butcher stock and will pay the highest market price for it. highest market price paid for Also hides. L. L.

MILLER, Proprietor. No 30. Lice Killers at J. H. Days.

School report cards for sale at The Pilot office. Rev. W. T. Danner drove to McPherson Tuesday.

Envelops of all kinds for sale at the Pilot office. J. B. Myers droye over to McPherson last Saturday. Mrs.

J. S. Coons of Lakin, will read the Pilot a year. F. A.

Kile's mother, Mrs. Mary A. Elliott, arrived last Friday from Chicago for an extended visit. W. W.

Lake and A. E. Duvall drove over to McPherson Monday afternoon. J. T.

Huff and wife returned from Claflin Sunday. John reports good rains out there last Thursday night. Mrs. John Coons and Pete Coons, left Monday night for their home in Miami, I. after a months visit with relatives.

E. P. McGill went to Kansas City Monday to buy winter goods for the Co-Operative Stock Co's store. He will spend the week in the big wholesale houses. Mrs.

T. F. Austin sent Joseph Austin and M. M. Jones a nice crate of fine peaches from California.

One of them which was nine inches in circumference found it's way to the editors desk. Mrs. C. S. Hutchison and daughter Maude returned Sunday from a four weeks visit in Horace and Paris, Ill.

They were called there on account of the sickness of Mrs. Hutchison mother, Mrs. M. E. Johnson who died on Sept.

18th. F. F. Eddleman, and wife and his brother Al and family, who are here from Illinios visiting, attended the big state fair at Hutchinson last Friday. They were well pleased with the big fair.

This is Mr. Al first trip west and he is highly pleased with the country. It is much better than he expected to see and we would not be surpris ed if he would decided to come west. Jas. P.

Ryan and Miss Madge Wyman were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wyman, south of Galva, Rev.

W. T. Danner officiating. Only immediate friends were present witness the ceremony. After to congratulations a bounteous wed.

ding dinner was served. Mr. Ryan has been a pullman car conductor out of Newton, but has signed and they will make their home in Denver. They were the recipients of many nice presents. The best wishes of many friends go with them to their new home.

Married. At the residence of the bride's father, on the 22nd day Sept. 1907, Mr. C. C.

Ledbetter Kansas City and Miss Arnetta Jones in the presence of the immediate relatives, viz: Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ledbetter, Mr.

and Mrs. C. M. Lewis, Mrs. Hockersmith and daughter, Nora, Mr.

and Mrs. F. A. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.

James Ledbetter and Miss Eda Jones. Quite a number of nice presents were recieved from friends. The words said, giving the right to journey together in life, were pronounced by Rev. J. W.

Jones. They will make their home in Canton for the present. The Pilot joins their many friends in wishing them a life of joy and happiness. Try Golden Sheaf. Shoo Fly at J.

H. Days. new subscribers to the Pilot the next month. Notice. We have the new School books for sale, J.

H. DAY. A Snap. 160 acres of wheat land 4 miles from Canton. A bargin at $6.000.

Inquire at Pilot office. or six copies of last week's-Sept. 6-Pilot. Please send or bring to the Pilot office: They Are Ftne Our Ice cream and Ice cream Soda's. Try them.

J. H. Day. Nothing better ever sold in the Coal line than the Canon City Coal at Mill. C.

E. Godown went to Kingman Monday for a visit with relatives. Jas. Cassler returned to Syracuse, Monday, after a weeks visit here with his parents and friends. Ginder Minear have made settlement and all accounts due the old firm are to be paid to Irvin Minear and should be paid at once.

We printed sale bills Tuesday for L. W. Kennedy, six miles northwest of town. He will sell 91 head of cattle and 100 head of hogs, Thursday, Oct. 3rd.

(lol. C. Wiles, Auc. Of all the flours some good- others better, there must be one the best-it can only have one name and that is "Golden Sheaf." It's uniform in quality and white as snow and sold by all first class dealers. Made by Canton Milling Co.

Gospel Meetings. A series of Gospel meetings are being held at Canton, under a tabernacle. A number of work-ers will be present to assist. All are invited to come and share in the blessing of God with us. -Chas.

N. Root. Won More Premiums. A. A.

Shaw won the premiums on his White Wyandotte chickens at the state fair at Hutchinson last week. 1st Pullet. 2nd Cockerel. 2nd Pen. 3rd Hen.

2rd Cock. Sweepstakes, 2nd Cockerel. Pullet. Cock. Announcement.

BBOTHER BREEDER AND FARMER: I am before you again with an offering that I am not ashamed to see go into any Herd, as I have made the choiset selections and sired by the leading Boars of the day. You can buy a herd right here as they are sired by several different boars, as Peerless Perfection, Anchor, Chief On On, Alert L. On, Ideal Keep On, Mo's Chip, Lucky Strikes, E. L. 2nd, Grand Perfection, Meddler's Prince and other noted sires.

Giving you all a special invitation to attend my sale I will try and make it both pleasent and profitable for you, and if impossible to attend, bids sent to either Auctioneer or Fieldmen will be fairly dealt with. Hoping to see you Oct 8th, 1907. GUARANTEE--Every thing is guaranteed as breeders. Should any fail to breed they may be returned to me free of expense, in as good condition as when sold, and money will be refunded. Yours Respectfully, J.

B. MYERS. The State Bank of Canton, SED UNDER STATE SUPERVISION, Every courtesy consistent with sound Banking extended our customers Money to Loan at all Times. Small deposits as well as' large ones receive our careful attention. No exchange charged on drafts issued to our Customers.

IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A FARM LOAN CALL SEE US YOUR BANKING BUSINESS SOLICITED. 186380 183380 More Light For Less Money By using the U.S. Hollow Wire System. The manuclaim to save you 85 per cent facturers on your light bills, be sides giving you 100 per cent better light. By actual test in this town one gallon of gasoline runs one 500-candle power lamp 27-hours.

These Systems are safe and guaranteed to give satisfaction For styles and prices see Webster Hungerford, 180 Stand up for Canton! For Sale. Two very nice pure blood English setter pups, enquire of Clifford S. Kile, at Canton Elevator. Some Newspaper Bargains. We will send the Pilot one year and the following papers and magazines one year for the following prices: The Pilot and New Idea Magazine, $1.30.

and Pictorial Review, $1.75. Weekly Star, $1.25. Journal, $1.25. Capital, $1.25. Spare Moments, Mothers Magazine, Dress Making at Home, $1.25 House for Rent.

A six room house for rent, inquire of Mary Tapp. McPherson New Barns, W. W. Lake has finished his new barn here in town and Ira Westbrook has his finished on the farm adjoining the city on the southeast. They are both good substantial improvements.

Mrs. Mary Johnson died at her home in Horace, Sept. 18th, at the age of 79 years. The funeral was held Friday. She had lived in Horace since 18s0.

She was the mother of Mrs. Hutchison east of the city, G. E. Johnson of Doles Park and 0. D.

Johnson of McPherson. M. T. Fletcher, Pres. G.

A. Johnson, Vice Pres. W. H. Williamson, Cashier The Farmers State Bank, Established Sept.

1, 1907. Capital Stock Paid in $15,000. Is open for business and asks a share of your business. All accommodations consistent with good banking. Your interest and ours are mutual.

Come in and talk it over. All checks on other banks taken at par. DIRECTORS: M. T. Fletcher, G.

A. A. J. Johnson, W. H.

Williamson, Miller, Geo. Zeck, W. R. Lilly, Lacy Simpson, P. H.

Sheroeder. Married. 0 FALL SHOES! We are just getting in Our fall line of shoes. These shoes should be seen by every buyer. Moyers Custom Made Shoes possess style and workmanship that places them ahead of other line.

The Quality is always there regardless of the cost of material or market conditions, and that Moyers Shoes is one reason why always give complete satisfaction. There are some shoes you can buy cheaper, but the difference is taken out of the goods. If you have never worn a pair of Moyers custom made Shoes, now is the time to begin. Chapin Anderson. "Better acquaintanec leads to better understanding." PHONE 51A.

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1898-1922