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The Advertiser from Pleasanton, Kansas • 8

The Advertiser from Pleasanton, Kansas • 8

The Advertiseri
Pleasanton, Kansas
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THE KltlDAY, FEiiUUAUY, iai. PRIVATE SALE! I will sellthe following household goods at private sale: 1 stand, 2 bedsteads, 2 safes, 2 tables, I counter and shelving, 1 cook stove, 1 heating stove, 5 parlor chairs, 0 stool chairs, 2 setsof single Harness, 3 show cases, and a fine barber chair and outfit and other things too numerous to mention. These wods are almost new and are going to sell cheap. For further particulars and information inquire at Holloways barbershop. II.

Allen. A Mr. Small has purchased the farm known rs the Price farir. George Borne and sister, Hattie, of Green Valley, visited friends at this place Thursday. Mr Crow, of Bourb' unty, accompanied by two of his sons, are visiting his son, Charles, of this' vicinity and looking at the country.

The people of this vicinity feel very grateful to those of Linnville. who so kindly assisted in the program last Thursday evening. A box social was given at the school house last Thursday evening. An interesting program was rendered, followed bv the sale of the boxes and eating of the well prepared supper. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and went home rejoicing.

The proceeds amounted to $15.05. Juniper. MEMPHIS R. R. TIME TA3LE.

NORTH ROUND. no passenger 4:32 a i (, passenger 8:12 a no 2, Mail 2:40 no 2i, way Freight 8:45 a in no 34, stock 8:40 SOUTH HOUND 1, Mail pm no 5, passenger 7:55 ni no 5, passenger 12:17 a no 57, scott Freight a 25, way Freight 2:50 All daily except freights number 57, 25 and 2. MISSOURI PACIFG TIME TABLE. WKST HOUND. Mixed Train 0:50 a EAST HOUND.

Mixed Train 10:55 a New Prices! The Pleasanton Commission House will pay the following prices for poul COURT HOUSE NEWS. try. Old and young liens, 5c. Turkey Goblers 7ic. Hens, 8c.

Young roosters, 4 to Ducks, 6ic. 4-Ic. TRY me GEM GROCERY FOR The LOWEST PRICES! C. Wm COSTELLO A' practical watchmaker and jeweler is now; opposite Bank of Pleasanton. Call and have your repairing done by a thorough mechanic -one who has served an apprenticeship, and positively guarantees satisfac tion.

On last Tuesday evening sheriff Mayfield went to Butler, after Lat'e Bruce, who shot Tom Townsend about a year ago. He returned Wednesday morning with his prisoner and placed him in jail. J. F. Thomas and J.

W. Hough went to Richards, Tuesday to look up a loctlion for renovating feathers. These gentlemen thoroughly understand their business and if they should locate there the cil izens can rest assured their feathers will be thoroughly renovated. The two would be (if they could) representatives? of the Republicans of Line ln and Potosi held a private court, ih on our streets Tuesday afternoon. We do not know as we need Lincolns Thorne to assist our Smith running our primaries.

A word to the wise is sufficient. R. J. Sanderson received a telegram Tuesday from his son, James, at Colorado Springsstating that his wife was not expected to live till eveing. Mrs.

Sanderson has been sick for some time with consumption Later: Mr. Sanderson received another message Wednesday stating that she was improving. We join Jims many friends here in wishing that his wife may be restored to health. J. C.

Lowe is the best material in Linn county for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Judge his future by his past and you will not for one moment debate the question as to his ability. The primary will be held at the Town Hall, Saturday at 2 o'clock, and it behooves every loyal Republican to see that his name is placed before the convention and that he gets your support. We are pleased to place the names of L. C.

Cross and John D. Eby on our list for the Popular. Mr. Cross is one of the enterprising members of Cross and they carry a large and well selected stock of furniture. Mr.

Eby is one of Potosis most prosperous farmers, a staunch Republican, and this fact was demonstrated by his placing his name on our clubbing list with the St. Louis semi-weekly Globe Democrat. Thanks, Gentlemen. There seems to be considerable complaint by a number of our citizens as to the way our public school is conducted. We can not understand the difficulty, but it seems that there are some very foolish rules and regulations printed in the formula of rules, and we suggest that the board nuke some revisions in the rules before the next term of school.

Our school has beencond icte.l he re-to-fore, an 1 pe ice and harmony prevailed, and we do not see why the pupils and teachers can not agree. Last week about ten scholars were expelled for two daysbecfiuse they were absent one afternoon, and we are informed that some of them had permission to remain out of school that afternoon and took excuses from their parents, but they were -ignored. We are in favor of discipline in the s.eliool, but think the teachers are going a little too far when they take it upon tlfemselves to exercise more authority over the pupils than the parents themselves. SPRING VALLEY- Such nice weather! Emma Woods visited the school Friday. Billy Silsby was in the valley Monday.

Mamie McIntosh visited the school Monday. Wm. Jordan purchased some hogs of R. V. Irwin.

Rev. Tripp preached an interesting sermon last Sunday. Fred. Fleming, of Mound City, was in the valley Thursday. PROHATE COURT.

Feb. 19. Marriage license was granted to Edward Holloman, aged 25 and Rosie Sliowalter, aged 25, both of Earlinville. United in marri age by probate judge. Feb.

19. Louisa Holmes, guardian of the person and estate of Martha Holmes et al, minor heirs of B. A. Holmes, decd made her tift annual settlement in said estate. Feb.

20. The marriage license issued to Geo. Worlin, of La Cygnee, aged 28, and Miss Artie Kile, of Orchard, aged 21, returned. United in marriage by Rev. Y.

II. Calvin. Feb. 24. W.

II. Ayers, a dm. of the estate of C. Cuursey, decd, made his second annual settlement in said estate. Feb.

24. Marriage license was granted to Jesse Broaks, of Mound City, aged 51, and Miss Jennie Stark, of Earlinville, aged 24. Feb. 24. R.

W. l'r inn, ex of the estate of Eliza Round, decd, made his final settlement in said estate and was discharged. Feb. 24. Marriage license was issued to Wm.

Carter, aged 22, and Miss Mattie Good, aged 17, both of Pleasanton. Feb. 24. Mrs. M.

Beggs, guardian of the estare of Henry Beggs, minor, made her second annual settlement in said estate. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Transfers for the week ending Feb. 22 1890, furnished by Campbell Underhill, abstractors, Mound City, Kans. Watson et al to I Cox lot 14, blk 9, Adam's add to Mound City.

Con $100. Lockwood et al to Round 00 acres in 29-21-25, Centerville tp. Con $500. Lee Mayfield shf to I) Spears 8 acres in so cor of swl of 29-21-21. Paris tp.

Oon $05.25. Robert Kincaid to Jacob Ungelieuer ni of nel and sel of net el set of sec 9 and 10 acres in nw cor of swl of sec 10 all 22-24, Mound City tp. Con $1,000. Reeves to A rd lots 5, 4, 7, 11, 12 and 14, blk 11, Prescott. Con 100.

Blue Mound Real Estate and Building company to Allen lot 11, bl'k 7 add to Blue Mound. Con $50. Barnes to A Jenniug w4 of set of 11-22-21, Blue Mound tp. Con $1,400. Flook to Rues wi of nwt and sel oT nwl ex 2 acres in se cor: also ni of swl ex 1 acre in necor, all in50-l9-21, Liberty tp.

Con $5,700. II II Woy to Lewis 55 acres off of end of el of nwl of 2-22-24, Potosi tpr Con $1,000. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Patent business conducted for moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite S. Patent Office; and we can secure patent in less time than those remote from Washington.

Send model, drawing or with descrip-; tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of' charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. a pamphlet, How to Obtain Patents, witlo i cost of same in the U. S.

and foreign countries' Jsent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. O.

ADDITIONAL LDDV-3. It. J. Sanderson is confined to his loom. Ernest Wagner went to Neodpsha Tinned ay.

M. E. Lcasure, of La Cygne, was in the city Wednesda-. R. S.

Lundy, of Ilume, was in thecity Wednesday. MesdamesE. W. Bartleson and J. A.

Snoddy visited in Mound City Monday. Stuart Brown, a brother of George and William Brown, of Jewett, passed through the city Thursday. Mrs. K. W.

Hark ness and daughter from Proscott, visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ross Kennedy, Wednesday. L. M. Hathaway wishes the public to know he is still doing blacksmitli-ing and repair work, and would be glad to see you.

B. E. Sallee lias put in a dandy up-to-date stock of wall paper. Call and examine at paint shop south of electric power house. 54-2 Mrs.

John Collins went to Neodesha Thursday to visit her brother, who shehas not seen for fifteen years. She will return in about two months. Dont forget the primary Saturday, Eeb. 29 and of all things remember E. II.

Funston and J. C. Lowe. See that you do your duty by these two gentlemen. The Black-bird social given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church was quite successful considering the illness of Mrs.

I. B. Bald, who had charge of the entertainment, J. 1). Shultz, who is assisting Thom, as the feather business was arrested, for being drunk and taken before Justice Adams Wednesday night, who assessed the costs up to $4.50.

Jeff Brock, a prominent attorney of Ash Grove, was shot and instantly killed by a farmer living near that place Saturday night, lie was well known to the citizens of Linn county. The entertainment given in the G. A. R. ball last Saturday night was fairly well attended considering the jainy niglit.

The program was well rendered and all pronounced it a grand success. The jury on the case of C. D. Mason one of the burglars captured a few weeks ago, returned a verdict of guilty after being out twelve minutes. We understand that lie got ten years in peu.

TIME EXTENDED! I)r. C. C. Atkinson liasextended the time for cheap dental work for the next sixty days from March 1 1890. LOOK At TIIE PRICES.

Full set of teeth $10. Single set of teeth 5. Gold till ings 50c to 1. Amalgam fillings 5c to 50c. Extracting teetii 10c.

Roots 25c. PAINLESS PROCESS EXTRA. The Doctor will be in Pleasanton February 27, 28 and 29 and every two weeks thereafter. First-class work and fully warranted for five years. 33 3A good second-hand Wheeler Wilson sewing machine to sell or trade.

Enquire at Tucker's store fiiAou can buy an imitation monkey skin cape, 30 inches long and 90 inches sweep, at less than manufac-I tuies cost at Tuckers.

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