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The Langdon Leader from Langdon, Kansas • 1

The Langdon Leader from Langdon, Kansas • 1

Langdon, Kansas
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C3ii 3D Is 1 VOLUME I H. B. Albehtson, Publisher LANGDON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1911. Subscription per Year.

NUMBER 6 A Si Ml learance Toys! Day llljlllluw 20 Per Cent Discount 33E We have a few toys left which we will sell at Reduced Prices balance of this week. Commencing Dec. 15, 11, LastinY912Jan' 15- 1 mm Men's 2-Piece Suits, 80c, while they last. All Sizes in Children's Fleece Lined Underwear. A few large Sizes in Men's Wool 9 nlprp Qm'tc OCULAR $3 SUIT, z-piece otuts, only $2 now Boy's union suits 2-piece Suits: Ladies' Bear Skin Coats, 1-4 off, a few Plenty of All Kinds of Candy, also En-glish Walnuts.

Best of Oranges 25c Celery, Lettuce, Grapes, Sweet Spuds. Apples 35c Per Peck. Boys Ov'rcoats, is gone, but we're still "on the job." We wish you Happy New Year. 14 off. Boys' Suits, 3 to 14 1-4 off.

Boys' Men's Caps, And don't fail to inspect our Shoes of all kinds and most all sizes in broken lots which we are Closing Out Regardless of Cost at SB I Hand-painted China, Bread Plates, Cake I Plates, Chop Dishes, Celery Trays, Cups I and Saucers, Tea Sets Water Sets. 66 1-6 UK LiMN I UibLU IN 1 r-t E. COLE SON, Lang-don 0 Eft 3 if an J. Holland and son R. paid us a visit yesterday and left two subscriptions, the former sending the Leader to his brother, W.

T. Holland, Eads, Colorado, for a year, and R. R. Holland subscribing for the same time. r.

2 her home in Protection after a month's visit with her mother, Mrs. Jennie wing. 1 Mrs. Mabel Dilliard and Agnes visited with Grandma and Grandpa Brooks a few days last week. Earl Ewing and mother took dinner with Albert Ewing in Arlington Tuesday.

Fred Hammond's brother, of Hutchinson, visited him the first of the week. Will Neudigate and wife were in the couuty seat Monday on business. George Holmes' fine dun mare is sick with blind staggers. Fred Hammond had a line cow die Sunday. Wes Van Riper lias a new wood saw.

Notice. The stockholders of the Farmers' Elevator Company will hold their Annual meeting at the company's office on Jan. 2, 1912, at 2 p. m. W.

J. Railsback, G. R. Chrislip, Sec. County Treasurer Homer Myers drew a check for $30,813,92 from an envelope this morning.

It was from the Santa Fe Railway company, and was for the Company's taxes for this year. It had several days ago but was not reached until today in opening the big bunch of accumulated mail. The Rock Island sent in a check for $8,173.45, which is for the first half year's tax. The Missouri Pacific's taxes amount to News. 1 Rev.

and Mrs. E. S. Cor tie had as their guests at a three course Christmas dinner Monday, Dr. G.

II. Grieve, Miss Abbie Grieve and the Leader family. A very enjoyable time was spent by all present. Miss Minnie' Fullerton and Mr. Dennis Nunemaker, of Le-rado, were united in marriage at the M.

E. parsonage Sunday afternoon, Rev. E. S. Corrie Newton WV Gaines Mr.

Newton Wesley Gaines is one of the very few men whom I do not hesitate to trust on any program and before any class of people. He makes good everywhere. His, theme is instructive and entertaining; his gestures and stage manners easy, natural, graceful and refined, his arguments logical; his wit pithy and spontaneous. You may hear Prof. Gaines at Sherow Hall, Iangdon.

SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 13. FOUNTAIN GREEN. Mr. Nick McAtee's entertained several young people Christmas.

The guests were: Misses Ella and Estella Stewart, Bessie and Jessie Holmes and Messrs. Arthur Popejoy and Terence Snodden. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Van Riper entertained the latter's sister and husband, Mr.

and Mrs. Wiley Hemphill, Xmas, Ben Williams was in Fountain Green neighborhood after Ins colt that had strayed away from home. Misses Bessie' and Jessie Holmes spent Sunday with Misses Golda and Ollio Neudi-gate. Fred McAtee and family, Will Popejoy and mother took Xmas dinner with Will Neudigate's. Ray Van Riper's had a large Xmas dinner and entertained several friends and relatives.

L. C. Tibbitts and son Lawrence were in Arlington Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs.

Will Barkrast spent Xmas. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammond. Fountain Green school is having a week's vacation during the holidays.

Geo. Holmes has lost a fine mare and colt with blind staggers. McAtee's ate turkey with Joe Catte's Sunday. Ollie Neudigat is home on a week's vacation. (Last Week.) Mrs.

Lizzie Hoke returned to Prof. L. C. Mclver is letting the young idea shoot to suit itself this week he is spending the holiday season at Nicker-son with his family. The One Minute Washer washes the clothes and sews on the buttons.

The One Minute Ironing Board is a thing of beauty and a joy forever. With this combination wash day loses half it's terror, if you don't believe it, take one home and try it. You get them at Purdy 's. Mr. and Mrs.

Nich. Dittmore enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Ditt-more's grandson, Arthur Hobbs, and wife of Sylvia, Christmas. Paul Criswell of Junction City is here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

W. M. Criswell. Peanuts for Sale. Good hand-picked Peanuts, $1.50 per bushel, delivered in Langdon.

Phone 46 17. J.H.Pickering. Jos. Sproule is here from Texas, visiting friends and looking after business matters. Mr.

Sproule, who formerly owned a farm here, is now located about thirty miles from the gulf coast. He raised quite a large crop of goobers this year, and is looking for a market for a carload of them. Mr. Sproule likes the climate of Southern Texas, but seems to think that it doesn't compare with Sunny Kansas to very good advantage as a farming country. The greatest disadvantage Mr.

Sproule finds in Texas is doing without his old Kansas neighbors. While the people of Texas are friendly and hospitable, the friends he found during his residence here are greatly missed, and time doesn't mend this trouble very much with him. Monte Tibbitts and family and Mr. and Mrs. O.

W. Dilliard took dinner with G. M. Dilliard's Sunday and the Judge says that the old man got a good dinner that day. Mrs.

R. Harlan and son arrived Monday night from Em E. B. Popejoy has sent this paper to R. W.

Grubbs, Meade, for a year as a New Years present. John Truitt's were in from the country yesterday and took dinner with Grandma Truitt. Mrs. T. J.

and son Oscar of Wherry are visiting Mrs. Mclver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.

Dilliard. poria Kansas to visit her parents A. Wyatt's, and brother C. W. Mr.

and Mrs. French McClen-egan entertained at dinner Sunday, Mrs. M. Overton, J. D.

Hed-rick and Chas. Overton and fam- J. J. Krehbiel of route 2 called on us yesterday to leave the price of a year's subscription. Subscribe for the Leader, only one G.

W. Duncan has ordered the Leader sent to his brother, J. R. Duncan, Piqua, Ohio. lily..

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