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Longford Leader from Longford, Kansas • 6

Longford Leader from Longford, Kansas • 6

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Longford Leaderi
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Longford, Kansas
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6
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i -Hter 4m m. -fi 2 Hi Hi Postcards Latest in ll Hi Hi Hi Hi Hammocks The Order of the Hay Hi 1 We have some nifty new ones, in exclusive Longford cards, as well as other handsome ones, in fact, we are headquarters for postcards as well as a full line of drugs, paints, oils, etc. Hi Hi il) Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi iii Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi You are missing many pleasant hours if you do not buy a Hammock of us. We have some handsome ones-reason-ably priced ill Hi il) Hi ill Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi il) Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi ib Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi li Hi li Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Mi. Whipple returned to her home in Manhiit'an, Saturday, after a weeks visit with friends and relatives Li-tle Eva Brady viit home with her for a Queenie aoh returned home Sit-urday uccouipanied by her couin CVcilo Ma'colm who visited her uMil the first of the week.

Mrs John Curry mid children came Monday mom ng from Oklahmna for a visit at the Isaac Gibs home at Industry. Dick Shaokhaft i Tope a arriwd lure Sitnidny for a visit at the Gibbs home at industry. Fred Mi tan who has been worl 'ng fr Etil Maey, went up to Coneoidi S.auiv ay. Mrs. Runge is spending a wee'; visitii.g at the I.

nil wig Ilmiseni an sie Caldwell visited here lat week with her friend Josephine Buek-ner. Hudolph Kissling and wife spent Sunday at the Henry Heigele home. H. Collman and Mr. Curry came up from Abilene, Friday.

Joi Norman is working for Howard Lewi's. Read the ads. 0. JACKSON, Physician and Surgecn Office on South side Vda St. Longford Kansas Fred W.

Harmstatter Druggist J. F. 'Brobvn Ha.rdbua.rc CEL Implements Ben Oard and his wife are the proud and ippy parents of a little daughter who joined their f.vmily circle. Tuesday, Ju'y 9 Clara Harris of Abilene has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Will Rush for the past two weeks.

J. P. Scbryver and wife visited at the J. W. Read home Sunday The corn looks line now.

Hay lieitzel went to AltaVista Saturday and spent Sunday with the home folk who like their new home (irstrate. Some folks seem to think that all that is ne ded to make a town is a fieight-hme and a post office Gladys Norman spent Saturday and Sunday at the Uenspease home. Phone your news to 61. VP Thursday was the wedding anni versary of C. A.

Pinker and wife and Frank E. Patteo and wife drove out in the evening and enjoyed some delici-0U9 ice en am with tliem and their company. Miss Pearle McGaugh and Mrs. Edna Trenary. Mrs.

r. H. Durham visited at the Joe Aldei-smi honie from Satii't-v until Monday. Mrs. Alderson brought her home and spent the day at the Durham home.

VV. F. Job. nd row made a business trip to Minneapolis in his auto Friday. His mother and the girls went over with him for yi pleasure trip.

Isaac Gibbs left for Denver Tuesday morning. He will stop in Hutchinson for a few days visit with his children before going on to Denver. George Peck and family cime up from Abilene Saturday for a visit here at the George Smith home east of town. Mrs. Lizzie HotTman returned home Saturday from a visit at Upland with her son L.

M. Hoffman and family. Leola Darner came home from Clyde. Monday morning, after a few days visit there with friends. Fan cy 6 ds At Malcolms, Always Come in and see our new line of goods for tub dresses, WHITE DIMITIES at 1 5 and 20 cents the yard LAWNS.

Clair West went down t' Strung City Frid: to et in ew on-ard Leatherman who came up from Guthrie, Oklahoma, for a visit with his aud-parents, T. T. West and wife Mesdames A. Olden of Chicago and W. H.

Stockton of Muscotah can in Thursday morning for a visit at the home of their brother, Gale Piidey, near Vine. Mrs. T. S. Lacy and daughter Pearl came up from Manchester, Tuesday, for a visit with Mrs.

Laev's daughter Mrs. John Roether and family at the hotel. Mrs. Carrie Darmst after who has been visiting relatives at Freeburg, Illinois, for the last four weeks, returned home Friday. Mrs.

M. W. Yonally and child of Syracuse came up Tuesday morning for a visit with her auut, Mrs. S. R.

Turner. Edna Snowden returned from Man-chest" '1 hursday. Her eou-ie, Ella Snowden, came home with her for a visit. Albert George and wife, George Davis and wife and Miss Rose George pent Sunday at the John Gi'tep home. Rev.

S. F. Wilson returned to his home in Miltonvale, Tuesday, after a visit here with his son, Abe. Seymour Woodcock, wife, and little Jesse Myers of near Manchester were shopping here Friday. Frank Fox and family were guests at the home of their sister, Mrs.

Geo. Williams, Sunday. Clifford Younkin of Broughton is visiting with his sister. Mrs. D.

O. Jackson. The Good Will Grain Comp ny shipped out the hist car of Hew wheat, Friday. Queenie Beach came up f'ora Manchester, Friday for a few hours visit. Guy Wolf ws a guest at the Henry Heigt-le home Sunday afternoon.

The farmers say that crop prospects never looked better than now. Ciif Darner made a business trip to Oak Hill, Tuesday morning. A. B. Baringer and Jake Wolf drove down to Solomon, Sunday.

Leader office is now on the corner of Main and Kansas Ave. H. J. Hibler received another new Maxwell, Thursday. Grace Norman returned home from Talmage Thursday.

Homer Davis was an Abilene visitor, Saturday. All the new laces in white and ecru. Ladies fancy neckwear, the very latest thing out. Ladies black silk gloves. Fancy braids and all notions ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft f) i fi fi ft ft Leda and Eunice Evans came down from Miltonvale Monday morning, for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. George Hopp of Oklahoma came up Tuesday for a visit at the John Miss Elizabeth Tullis of Oklahoma came Tuesday for a visit at the W. F. Johndrow home. J.

Paxson and family came back Tuesday from several months visit at Stockton. Eva Campbell returned Thursday, from a week's visit with relatives at Lamar. Everyone is having winter supply of coal put iu their bins while it is cheap. W. C.

Snowden of Manchester was a business visitor here Tuesday niorn- Mr9. Hugh Malcolm made a business trip to Abilene, Monday. J. W. Hamilton made a business trip to Abilene, Monday.

Leader office is just one block Say Did you try a pound of that 75 pounds ojf ground cojifee at 25 cents the pound and a fancy cup and saucer free tuith each pound C. S. MALCOLM'S Where the do their best north of the old location. Clif Darner spent Sunday with his friend Lloyd Malcolm. Sam Gibbs of Industry was over here Monday morning.

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2,507
Years Available:
1910-1918