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Council Grove Courier from Council Grove, Kansas • 1

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NUMBER 46. VOLUME VI. COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, OCT. 11, 1895. School shoes for boys and girls at White Crowley's.

1W -Dr. Crawford reports a girl at the home of W. Q. Bicker, near Dunlap, Wednesday. is.

i. I Mj. Miss Maggie Faulkner returned Eggs buys cash at Stenger's. Hair cut 15 cents at Mcllvain's barber shop. Perfect coupon books for sale at the Courier office.

First class hair cut and shave for 2t cents at Mcllvain's barber shop. Jno. Whitlow is giving A. Pitzen-bcrger's residence a neat coat of paint. D.

R. Penny came up from Burlington Thursday evening on a few days visit. home Saturday evening fit a four LOCAL NEWS. Husking Gloves at I. Scott eon.

Felts and Rubbers at I. Scott Bon. C. A. Gregory went to Kansas City Thursday.

Alex'Cunningbara now looms up iu his new quarters. Not even an English yacht can beat Stcnger's prices. J. D. Parsons, of the White City Register, was a short caller Friday.

weeks visit in Missouri. The south M. E. church smiles un der a new roof and a fresh coat of paint, the work of John Whitlow. Is Now Sole Proprietor of the A.

CROWLEY Dry Goods Store, And wishes to call the attention of bargain hunters to a few of her Special bargaius and to the StocK in general. For Sale. A Waverley bicycle, 1805 model almost new, for pale cheap. Reese is not selling Hop Tea, but the choicest private Garden Japan Tea Enquire of E. C.

Gillett at this office. E. M. Gale is in Topeka attending G. P.

Young is conducting a series the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. you ever tasted. of meetings at Garfield school house. -Morgan Wright quick repair Basket meeting Sunday at 11 o'clock. tubes, repair outfits, tires and patching Dress Goods.

This office is the best equipped for material at J. W. Leech's. Here we beat them all We job work of any iu the county and of Remember Gale is a hustling butch course, can do better and cheaper work. er and buys nothing but the choicest meat.

Give him a call. Can Anderson was up from Otta wa over Sunday to see his best girl and renew acquaintances with his many A good stock of perfect coupon books always on hand. Drop in and get them when you run out. friends. Business is growing better.

Stcug- Now is the time to buy Gloves and mittens. I. Scott Son is the place. The rich flowers of October suggest the rich self raised buckwheat flour at Stenger's. A lot of Boys' Overcoats at just Half Price at Best Brighain's.

Bring iu your boys. My! how those new suits are going at Brigham's. Good goods at Low Trices always sell. We want feet to fit our shoes or in other words you bring the feet and we guarantee a tit Locch left for Kansas City Thursday to negotiate for a splendid block of holiday goods. Best Bkigiiam.

-All who taVe meals at Lillie's al- er savs his tall trade is in-owing oou ways call reguhfr because they get a square meal and thebest of treatment. 10,000 dozen eggs wanted at The have patterns fairly sparkle with beauty. Our trimmings were bought low and well selected. We have all grades to suit the taste and pocketbook. If you will call we will take great pleasure in showing goods and quoting prices.

Clonics, In addition to our fine fall stock, we have a line of children's cloaks left over from last year, which we are allowing our customers to take at their own prices. People wishing something good and cheap for their girls to wear to school should call early before they all gone. They are. Indicator Goods Grove'Tvan. "Highest prices always paid." Go to A.

J. Collier's, on Main two doors west of Cunningham's new building wholesale and retail at Lowest Prices for cash. If only the reformers knew exactly what the people truly want they would tell them to trade at Stenger's. -We are not only the best 'equip but of course Stenger finds trade uuen others are growling. Johnathaa Sau owe of Parker township's energetic farmers, was a welcome caller Thursday and advanced fcis subsmptiou to 1890.

E. L. Johnson was iu tovra Wednesday for the first time this summer-almost. he is going to work harder, eat less and keep out of politics. Corn will lie low this foil, but you can afford paint your house when you can ge tlie paint at cast, I am closing out the Badger stock of paiut exactly at cost.

Come and see inc. M. IL Smith. J. II.

Mahan, who will, after Nov. 5ii ha judge of this district, was iu town Tuesday and Wednesday and was a pleasant caller at this oflioe. D. H. Brown introduced him to our citi ped for doing job-work, ibut can give The people are with him.

Wrho? Why, you must a here: advertisers the Jvit This should not be overlooked. -When a man becomes a certain age ho don't know what to do with fcstenger, the salesman, of coursed Farmers, who have tried them speak in highest praise of those excellent short order meals at Lillies. Thatjunderwear at Best Brig- himself, to he goes and gets married bound to sell regardless of price. New goods must take their place. Underwear.

This line has just been replenished by our fall purchase aud is unexcelled. the first dash out of the box. The celebrated Bain wagons are ham's makes one think they are inside practically indestructible. Buy one for of a feather bed these cool mornings. farm use; it will outlast three ordinary Thursday evening Charles Davis cheap wagons.

Sold by J. Kimmel, and Miss Addie Davis of this place Wilscy, Kan. were joined iu tho holy bonds of S. S. Whitington, three miles west matrimouy.

Ed Miles picked the lock while of Council Grove, on the Chas. Columbia farm, has a sorghum mill and solicits on ball and chain duty the other day and has flown. Another good republi your trade. He guarantees fair treat ment. Give him a call.

can gone wrong. If you are going to build a house, The new women cannot be driven a barn or a crib, plaster your house or iiwav. nor can vou drive awav the do any improving come to me for prices crowds that rush, to etengef lor new before buying. M. R.

Smith, Successor to Badger Lumber Co. fall styles in boots and shoes. Gale is running tho slickest mar Mrs. Jane M. Torrencc, after ket in the city and don't you forget it spending a month with her son in Iu If you are not already a customer zens aud the result is many warm supporters.

After November 12th I will make one dozen Cabinet size photos for $1.00 per dozen; finish guaranteed to be as good as on my $3.00 grade heretofore. Call and ssoe we. First stairway East of Morris County State Bank. W. II.

Foiuuick. Itev. A. S. Merrifield, pastor of the Baptist church, will preach his farewell sermon next Sabbath at 11 a.

in. lie will also preach at Big Jolm in the evening. His engagement with his church was ouJy for a year which expires uext Sabbath. Fourteen, persons have been added to the church duiing his year, including those received last whiter when llev. Whitehead assisted in a series of meetings.

Some repairs have leea made in the house, aud the church expects to secure another pastor as soon as possible. Mr. Merrifield returns to his family iu Ottawa for the present. We regret losing hitn, but hope he will do well wherever he may locate. diana, returned Sunday very well sat don't fail to add your name to the list isfied with Kansas.

She reports very We aim to carry a stock that will supply the fall demand. Don't fail to see them before purchasing your fall and winter supplies. Shoes. Our stock is complete, up to date iu style aud price. Come to our store and when we learn what you desire we can surely please you.

Hats. You cannot help admiring our fine assortment. We know head wear is the most difficult part of dress and we are fully prepared to please the most fastidious. Drop in and see. JBlanlszets.

We have taken special care in supplying this department. We now have it complete. You will find everything from an all wool down. We can please both rich and poor. Best goods at lowest prices is our motto.

Hoping'to receive and merit a liberal portion of the trade I am Yours truly. MRS. A. S.CROWLEY. The B.

Y. P. U. will give a Pie dry weather and early frost there. Social Thursday October 15 at the res Sway backed horses and sway idenee of James Flynn on second street.

backed wagons are ready for the bogie man, at least, your wagon should be replaced by a modern Baino wagon sold by J. Kimmel, Wilsey, Kansas Remember Lillie is centrally door west of postoflice, am; you always get everything served in the best style. A trial dinner wil cause you to make his place headquar ters. C. Lynn Harris, late of Emporia has fitted up rooms aud is prepared to A cordial invertation extended to all.

Committee. There is one thing sure: Whether new or old, he women is here to rule, just the same. And her latest and best order is tho one she leaves with Steng-er's. This week we heard a prominent republican say "If Kennedy is elected sheriff it will appear that we arc on the verge of morral and politcal ruin." For two hours last week the whereabouts of tho president was unknown! Did any of you notice the Atlantic coast tip up? Did tho government cease and bonds fail to draw interest. Jos.

Axo has just completed a new residence near Kelso for C. D. Allen and will soon begin a large barn for Mr. Heybrink, four miles northeust from town. Mr, Axo is a first class carpenter and is doiug a splendcd A Span of Mules for Sale.

I have for sale a first class spau of match mules, three and four years old about 16 hands high, well broKe aud good drivers. Jas. Ash, Bcman, Kan. do first-claps photographic work. Mon ey refunded if not satisfactory.

New ground floor studio, opposite Duram's furniture store. Come to us and get Stock For Sale. the best. With two little childreu subiect to croup we do not rest easy without bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Seventy-six head of two and three year old steers. Trice per head $30.00.

Twenty head choice native three year old feeders at $40.00 per head. Sixty head of stock hogs. For further particulars call on S. II. Crowley, nine miles northeast of Council Grove.

in the house, for the most severe at DO you want lionor- $4. PER DAY.Sure. Salary or commission. utile, steady employ' tacks quickly succumb to a few doses of it. Morrison, Bud.

For sale ment the year round, at good wages, at your own home or to travel 9 If so, send 4c in stampi for our wholesale price-list and particulars. Wo furnish best of bank reference. AMERICAN TEA Detroit, Michigan. at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by al Druggists..

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Years Available:
1891-1896