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The Langdon Leader from Langdon, Kansas • 6

The Langdon Leader from Langdon, Kansas • 6

Langdon, Kansas
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rnrnrnrrrnrmrrrnrirnniinrnrrf nr nrrirrrp 3 4 i a THE BIG BRICK STORE invites you all to corao now and enjoy the Grandest Display of Merchandise this store has ever shown, Everything marked at the prices you like to pay. RIGHT GOODS, RIGHT PRICES, RIGHT SERVICE MOST LIBERAL PRICES IN EXCHANGE FOR BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY, CREAM, and in fact we will exchange merchandise for anything the farmer sells or raises. WE INTEND TO MAKE THIS THE FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS i NOTE THESE PRICES 1 4 p- Some Specials Dry Goods One Lot of Men's Shoes, and $3 50 Values, at One Lot of Ladies' Shoes, and $3.50 Values, at One Lot of Misses' Shoes, and $3.50 Values, at On Our Side Regular $3.00 $1.50 Regular $3.00 $1.00 Regular $3.00 $1.00 $1.20 .07 4.55 Mil .25 WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON ALL GOODS YOU BUY OF US. When It Comes to Meats of all kinds, delicious, juicy, tender, fresh and good, we've got it, and we want you to know our meat comes in from the country, fresh killed by Joe Raines. You are entitled to know where the meat you eat comes from, that is why we are not afraid to tell You.

We Give You Your Pick from the best Flour for the money that can be had: Enns' Best, Per Sack $1.25 Larabee's Best $1.15 JohnR. $1.25. Every Sack Guaranteed Satisfactory or Money Refunded Early Ohio Spuds, Bushel, Onions, Per Lb. Sugar, "Beet," Cwt. 3 Cans No.

2 Corn 3 Cans Tomatoes 3 Cans Hominy 3 Cans Pork Beans 2 Cans Salmon Best Bulk Coffee, Lb. Just at the beginning of the season we oiler you these bargains in Men's work and dress shoes, and ladies' and misses work and dress shoes and Ml .25 .20 3 We are selling everything in our store at prices that will interest the Economic Buyer. Your business IS APPRECIATED. REMEMBER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS NpW AND WILL PAY TOP PRICES FOR CREAM, Butter, Eggs and Poultry. We have made arrangements with the Langdon Poultry House, and will pay you 2c More in Trade for all Cream delivered to the Langdon Produce Co.

-4 4 4 4 THE LAWRENCE MERCANTILE Kans. TTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTVTTVTT TTTTTTfTTTTTTTTV TtTTTTVT YT Church Directory TV Medsker and wife rajide a trip to Plevna last week, Gleason Truitt attends church at I ICE, FINE, CLEAN ICE! Hopewell now. AT 50c. PER CWT. 3 Gilds of Hutchinson is staying CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School 10 A.

M. Preaching Services 11 Christian Endeavor 7:30 P.M. Preaching Services 8:15" with her Mrs. Immenschuh. 3 3 The M.

E. prayer meeting will be held at C. Snider's Thursday eve. 1 I HENS ARE ON THE DECLINE. SELL WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO NOW.

CANE SEED IS HIGH AND GOING HIGHER, BUY NOW I PLENTY OF MILLET AND KAFIR SEED. Rev. Price of Hutchinson preached two good sermons at Hopewell last Sunday. Baby Chick Feed $2.50 Per Cwt. Sell Us Your Hides 1 A goodly number from here attend-1 with him, as he had readj and studied much, had a very observing mind and the rare faculty of applying the knowledge he had gleaned to the every day topics of life in a most interesting and instructive way.

We believe it can be truly said of Mr. Egbert that he earnestly endeavored to be a true friend of everyone he came in contact with. Though not connected with any church at the time of his death, he was a devout Christian. A short funeral service was conducted by Rev. Sam Snowberger at the home Monday afternoon.

Interment was made in the Langdon cemetery, Rev. B. W. Folsom conducting the ceremony tit the grave. The pall bearers were Free Masons, diseased having PENTACOSTAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.

Hopewell School House, 4 Miles North and Miles East of Langdon. Sunday School at 10 a. Preaching at (t a. and 7 30 p. m.

each Sunday, everyone cordially H. J. BEAVER, Pastor. ed the meeting at Old Langdon Sunday I The Langdon Produce Co. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk li kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk COL.

SCHUYLER NUNEMAKER, AUCTIONEER My Terms Are Reasonable and I will Prove My Work Among the Best. ee me before making sale dates. Graduate of Missouri Auction School. PHONE 37 04. ADDRESS LANGDON, KANS.


C. E. 7 P. M. L.

A. (Afternoon) Wednesday Death of J. B. Egbert. The many friends of J.

B. Eg' Preaching( JO a. 7:45 p. m. Every 2 Weeks on, 1 uron.

S. S. Supts. FIossie Nelp0' P. W.T.

The Lecture Course. The following persons have purchased season tickets for next winter's entertainment course, to date. Hope to be able Gott, Ar lington, Kans F. E. PATTON, Pastor.

Phone 441 Turon, Kansas. vlMjU OVER 6S YEARS' IENCE been a member of that order. The sorrowing family has the deepest sympathy of their many friends in. this great bereavement. FOUR CORNERS IN EGYPT Miss Mary Mason spent Friday afternoon with Mrs.

Ed Prince. Mrs. Walter Stull, Ed Prince and wife and Ray were county seat visitors last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.

A. Immenschuh are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound boy at their home last Thursday. to print a lot more names of purchasers soon. L.C.Tibbetts 2 tickets, Mrs.L. Y.

Bradshaw 1, C. E. Poor man 2, W. E. Railsback 2, J.

T. Sapp 2, O. P. Railsback 2, H. B.

Ferguson 2, J. Litchfield 1, Wm. Pickering 2, H. II. Purdy 2, J.

R. Goatley 2, C. A. Wendling 2. Mr.

and Mrs. J. C. Dodd and son visited in Hutchinson yesterday. afternoon, and enjoyed the address by Mr.

Perez, This community was deeply grieved to learn the sad news of Mr, Egbert's death. The Borrowing family have the sympathy of all. The Nazarene prayer meeting was held at Ed Prince's Wednesday eve. The two-months old baby of Mr. and Mrs.

Will Banker died last Thursday. Funeral services were held at the house on Friday, after which the body was laid to rest in the. Plevna cemetery. We were again made sad on hearing the news of the death of T. R.

Med-sker's father, Mr. Roach, at Hutchinson last Monday nights-He was well known in this vicinity, Lerado. The talk of consolidating the four school districts, New Home, Lerado, Bell and Walnut Grove, died a natural death last Thursday when all of said districts but Walnut Grove failed to select delegates to go and investigate Union 5, Medford township. Walnut Grove selected delegates but that was not sufficient to accom plish anything, so consolidation is not in sight up to now. D.

L. Wyman is building a new granary and machine shed. Mrs. Fanny Lynch will deliver an address on home missions at Lerado next Sunday evening. Mr.

and Mrs. Graham came up from Sego to attend the lecture, and visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Dodd. There was a housefull of peo- an. u. We are informed that Abe Miller has gone into the millinery business. Give bert were saddened to learn of his death, which occurred last Sunday, April 19, 1914, at two o'clock p.

m. Mr. Egbert had been ailing with heart trouble for some years, and had been confined to the house for several months, and for some time had been unable to leave his bed. He had realized for some time that the end was near and longed to to be released from his suffering. John Burton Egbert was born near Zanesville, Illinois, in 185G.

From there he moved with his parents to Kansas, locating in Arlington township, Reno coun ty, in 1879. In March 1894 he was married to Miss May Shearer. To this union were born nine children, three girls and six boys. Two of the sons and one daughter preceeded their father to the better land. Mr.

Egbert was a man of strong intellectuality, and of a cheerful, accommodating disposition, loved and respected by those who knew him. The writer always considered it a treat to be able to converse him a call, he will surely make prices Read Wyatt's Ultimatum. right. (Adv) Mrs. P.

O. Evans' parents came up from Andale last Thursday. Mrs. Ev ans accompanied them home for a stay over Sunday. The Hopewell Happenings must have gotten mixed up in the dust storm, or Copyrights Ac.

Anyone sending a sketch and description mat quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ail Invention Is probably patentable. Communion, turns strictly Confidential. HANDBOOK onPuteuti font free. Oldest aiiency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn Co.

receive pedal notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A riandsomely Illustrated weekly. I.areest circulation of any sclcntluo journal. Terms t'i a I'L'VisiSi "iU 8o'a by all Vewadcalers. MUNN New York Branch Office.

B5 BU Washington, D. C. pie out to hear the address by Mr. Lin, the Chinaman, Sunday, but listened to Mr. Perez, a Phil-ippino, instead.

The speaker delivered an excellent addres on Catholicism in the Philippines. No one should miss an opportunity to hear this bright young man. He has a message that is certainly worth hearing. Wm. Mull and J.

C. Dodd have finished their work of assessing and turned in their reports at the county seat. Notice to Library Patrons. Do not return any books to the library at any time except between 2 o'clock and 6 o'clock Saturday afternoons, as this is the only time we can take care of them. Please do not forget this.

LmuAiiY Committee. else they are all too busy to report. Claude Moore has the Old Langdon school for the coming term. Miss Nuberry will teach where Miss Rose Catte is teaching. The Langdon Produce man thought there was a volcano eruption last Saturday, but it was nothing but a little breeze sweeping over Egypt..

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