Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archiveArchive Home
The Dunlap Reflector from Dunlap, Kansas • 1

The Dunlap Reflector from Dunlap, Kansas • 1

Dunlap, Kansas
Issue Date:
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

The Dunlap Reflector. VOLUME 3. MORRISCOUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 11, 1898. NUMBER -Clarence Cole is having his residence plastered.

-W. T. Vogel drove to Council Grove last Saturday. -Wm. 0.

Straight is having his residence repaired and plastered. -The late rains prevent people from complaining about being dry. -P. S. Martz Son cf Council Grove are plastering in the city this week.

-Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parrish's baby was very sick Wednesday but is better, -John Guthrie says Dan Sexton has purchased a half interest in Jim Winan's incubator and will go into the poultry business.

-T. B. Haslam, Editor of the Parkerville Tribune was in the city Monday and Tuesday assisting Cashier Straight with the books in the bank. -We are told that an Ananias club is being organized down on Wright's creek and John Guthrie and Dan Sexton are' the leading candidates for Captain. -We have been confidentially assured by some who are a position to know that there has not been any whiskey sold in Dunlap since the enactment of the prohibitory law.

-'The I. F. F. Club will meet with Mr. and Mrs.

H. A. Clyborne, Thursday night Feb. 17th. This is the last lime the club will be called together by announcement in the REFLECTOR.

-C. L. Holland moved his family in with the family of W. T. Vogel Tuesday and is making arrangements to start in search of a business location the first of March.

We hope he will meet with success in striking a good town early in his journey. There is no one more deserving of a good thing. -If your apples have been falling off the trees prematurely, you should purchase a sprayer this spring and save them. Leave your order at this office or with W. I.

Robinson. Price $3.00 and $3.50, full instructions accompaning each instrument, -The season for public sales is now open, and you should remember that J. B. Lamb is a splendid auctioneer and can assist you greatly in framing your sale bills and getting them printed. Itemize the articles you have for sale and hand it to him and he will see to it that you get a good bill printed.

-On account of failure in health, W. Ross has sold the City Feed Mill to J. E. Burnes who will continue the business. Mr.

Burnes has been connected with the mill at different times and thoroughly understands sawing and grinding and will I do good work. We feel codfident that he will make a success of the business. -Story Sargent, Mayor of Dunlap was in the city yesterday. -Emporia Daily Republican. The Republican is not up to snuff.

Mr. Sargent is a Lyon county man and will be a candidate for congress from this district if Chas. Curtis dont move in. We have been patiently wait. ing for the Republican to open the ball.

-A few months Byron Every, Woodstock, Michigan, was badly afflicted, with rheumatism. His right leg was swollen the fuil him great suffering. He was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle of it helped him considerably and the second bottle effected a cure. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by M.

E. Elwood, -O! ye subscribers who pay in advance hand in the dollars and give us a chance. We appreciate your confidence and patrinage as well, to maintain a home paper and see it do well. But what of the man who has never paid a red cent for whose Reflections two years we have spent. When in financial contortion the editor will thunder, "Wonder if' they will pay up or let us go -'The Sons of Veterans Dramatic accompanied by several couples from this city, put on the Gulch" at Americas last Saturday night with good results.

The manager say the company was royally entertained and all seemed to engoy the play. In another column you can see how the editor of the Greeting who seemed to turn his opera glass on everything that was in sight felt about it. Mrs. E. B.

Sax of Americus, came up to Dunlap Monday evening and visit. ed with Mrs. Thos. Beesley and other friends, returning home Thursday morning. She was a pleasant caller and informed us that if all went well she would organize a class in music here about March 15st.

She seems to have enjoyed her eastern trip and' vacation both physivally and mentally, and will handle her class with pleasure the coming season. CA FINE LINE OF 3 NEW DRY GOODS, for the Spring Trade and still more to come. Calicoes, Muslins, Brocaded Dress Goods, Tennis Flannel, Ginghams, Shirtings, Laces, Schiffon, Fancy Ribbons, Roman Stripe Calicoes, Embroidery, Hosiery, Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Silk Front Shirts, Lace Curtains. AMOSKEAG STRIPED GINGHAMS 5C. They cannot be beat for price and quality.

We are after trade and are going to get it if prices will be any object to urchasers or consumers. Always keep in stock at lowest cost price, a full line of Groceries. We buy Country Produce at best Market Price, In exchange for Goods of all kinds. Our shelves are filled up with a fine Spring Stock of Merchandise. Fair and square dealing is our motto.

Thos. Beesey, -Mr. Kidd's condition of health is very critical. -Oace upon a time a truly good man became very happy at a heated revival and approached the New Jerusalem in a trance and would have passed in had he not been reminded that he was in arears with his home paper -the only matter pertaining to eternal happiness that he had neglected. He was so shocked that he revived and will probably enjoy eternal happiness here on earth if he don't get I careless.

--Nelse Rasmusser, a wagon maker of nearly forty years experience has joined Henry Reich in this city and they promise to run one of the best Blacksmithing and Wagon shops that has ever been in Dunlap. As one of our teams in this line is preparing to leave us every one will be pleased to learn of Mr. Rasmusser's conclusion to locate in Dunlap. lle has worked many years in Council Grove and comes to this city highly recommended. -I have given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for or op that I have found.

One dose has always been sufficient, although I use it freely. Any cold my children contract yields very readily to this medicine. I can concienciously recommend it for croup and colds in E. WOLFF, Clerk of Circuit Court, Fernandina, Fla. Sold by M.

E. Elwood, -S. L. McDonald. our old reliable blacksmith is preparing to start for Oklahoma about the 20th to view the land.

scape of the new country, His many friends and faithful customers here will regret to see him leave but will wish him a pleasant trip. He will be accompanied over land be J. D. Cellins in a sung litcle vehicle prepared for the trip, whose familiar face and joval manner will be missed though he is like the song bird that comes and goes -he will return as usual when he wants rest and recreation. -Mr.

Ward L. Smith of Fredrickstown, was troubled with chronic diarrhon for over thirty years. He had become fully satistied that it was only a question of' a short time until he would have to give up. He had been treated by some of the best physicians in Europe and America but got no permanent relief. One day he picked up a newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy.

He got a bottle of it, and the first dose helped him and its contintinued use cured him. For sale by 15. Elwood, BIG INVOICE OF THE LATEST STYLES IN SHOES For Men, Women and Children, New and complete now in stock. We have the largest stock of Boots and shoes in the county, and in order to makeroom for the new stock that is coming we are closing out our stock of boots at cost. We have reduced the price of 6c calices to 5c and 5c caicoes to 4cts.

We must sell to make room for our immense stock that is coming. We are prepared at all times to supply you with fresh Groceries and all the staple necessities of life. Call and see us when in need of goods and we will treat you courteously and give you the best prices to be had anywhere. We will uot be undersold. H.

L. SCHLOSSER. -C. Reynolds our harness maker was pleasant caller to-day and paid his subscription to Feb. 1, 1898.

Many thanks, Mr. Reynolds. A few dolls on subscription right now, come in mighty handy to pay up the paper bill which hs been running behind for lack of funds. -We would like a testimonial from some of our readers who have never manifested their faith in the future wel. fare of the REFLECTOR by word or cash.

Rise brethren and let your light shine forth in some manner. Don't let the precious time go to waste but come now while the opportunity is golden and prepare for the worst. -Last Saturday morning, Feb. 5th Wm. O.

Straight had been cashier of the Farmers Bank of Dunlap one year. He has won the confidence of our business men and patrons of the institution through his accurate business methods and the rapid increase of business shown in each quarterly statement. We predict a bright future for the bank under his management. NOTICE. There will be a business meeting of the Dunlap Cemetery Association at L.

Still's store on Saturday, February 26, 1898. All members are urgently requested to be present. G. W. CLARK, President.

DIED. P. Sowers at his home on Wright's creek, north-east of this city, Tue day, Feb. 8, 1898 at noon. Funeral services were held at the house.

at 1 o'clock Wednesday, after which the remains were intered in the Dunlap cemetery. C. E. Kidd at his home south-east of this city, Friday, Feb. 10, 1898, 7 a.

m. Funeral services will be conducted at the M. E. Church, Saturday at I p. after which the remains will be conveyed to the Dunlap cemetery for burial.

Obituaries will appear in our next issue. Little Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.

Oakley, Sunday morning, Feb. 6, 1898, age 1 year and 5 months. Funeral services were conducted at the M. E. church by Rev.

Irwin Monday morning at 10 o'clock. The remains are now at rest in the Dunlap cemetery. The little fellow was a great comfort to the family his absence has strickened with grief. This entire community and more especially those who have met with similar losses extend sympathy to the parents. Little Jay was taken away From our home to-day, He has gone above where all is love 10 -gbt the heavenly way, W.

M. CURTIS, "CAPROPRIETOR OF The City Meat Market. Fresh and Salt Meats, Boogna, Sausage, Butter, Lard and all other vareitiesin the market, I will pay the highest market prices for hides, tallow and butcher stuff. DIED. S.

L. SARGENT, O- DEALER IN- -o Real Estate Loans, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collections and leasing Land a speciaty. Taxes paid for NonDun ap, Kansas. J.



W. Hinchman, F. Bernard, R. H. Vickers, E.

P. Sowers Wm, O. Straight, H. L. Schlosser, Wm.

Russell, E. R. Barber..

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

About The Dunlap Reflector Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: