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Council Grove Daily Appeal from Council Grove, Kansas • 1

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Council Grove Daily Appeal. APPEAL VOL. I. COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1906. No.

148. WEEKLY APPEAL VOL. III. NO.11 BAD ACCIDENT AT STOCK YARDS. E.

F. Goddard a Switchman, Fell, Breaking his Neck. While switching cars at the Missouri Pacific stock yards Sunday morning at about 1:30 o'clock E.F. Goddard a switchman slipped and fell from the top of a stock car striking the back of his neck on the stock yard fence and breaking his neck. He was taken to his home where he died at 2:30 o'clock this morning, having lived twenty-five hours with a broken neck.

Goddard came here about six months ago from Osawatomie and resided on the east side. His remains will be taken to Garrison, Riley county for interment at his former home. He was about thirty-three years old and leaves a wife and little children. Miss Alice and Corine Strieby returned home from Topeka yesterday. Rev.

Foresman returned from Kansas City yesterday where he went several days ago to attend the D. C. Webb funeral. Lew Marks returned to Herington today after a week's visit in Council Grove. Mrs.

Dr. Boyle, who has been teaching in Alaska, is here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Campbell. Mrs.

Boyle was formerly Miss Mamie Stevens and has many acquaintances here. A. N. Allen and family of Alta Vista, spent Sunday in Council Grove. Miss Anna Naylor returned home with them to complete her term of school teaching.

Editor Hopper of the Wilsey Warbler, returned yesterday from his pleasure trip up the Katy. Phone 1-2-3, and tell us who your guests are during the holidays. This is a duty to your guests. Always at the phone No. 1-2-3.

TO DETERMINE RIGHT-OF-WAY Work on Council Grove Line to Commence at Once. "I regard the Topeka Southwestern line between Eskridge and Council Grove as assured," said W. L. Taylor last night. "I do not feel there is going to be any doubt about the entire line for that matter, but I have received a letter from Lamprecht the financial backers, in New York, who says that everything between those two points is all right." Mr.

Taylor says that H. M. Herbert, consulting engineer, who Was West about two weeks ago looking over the roate, had filed no written report with Lamprecht but evidently from the tone of the letter there seemed little question that he would report favorably. Mr. Taylor says that immediately after the first of the year a corps of men will be started out securing the last of a few remaining right-of-way contracts for the line between Eskridge and Council Grove.

The lust preparations before dirt is to be moved will be started at once. The first grading will be done out of Topeka. "We want to make use of the line from Topeka out," he said, "and we hope to have the line in operation to Dover or Auburn by May 1.1 Real Estate Transfers. Arthur Patton to Henry W. Freed, sec 32 tp 17, 6.

Frank W. Lower and wife to Chas. J. Dillon, e4 set sec 9, tp 16, 28. John Hall and wife to John F.

Munson, ne sec 28, fp 17, r5. Anna B. Boyd and husband to Harry Houserman, lots 20 and 21 block 50, Dwight. The board of county commissioners will be in session next week. F.

E. Wilson, of Lyndon, was the guest of Miss Corine Strieby yesterday. Hog Sale. I have for Sale 25 Shoats weighing from 60 to 75lbs. 10 Good Brood Sows, all bred.

1 Poland China Boar. 1 Duroc Jersey Boar. Will sell any quantity to suit buyer. Have 2 Good Riding Ponies for Sale also. Enquire 1st house west of High School building.

GEO. SHARP. W. H. WHITE, President.

A. MOSER, JR, Cashier. B. R. SCOTT, Vice President L.

H. BRIGHAM, As't Cashr. Farmers Provers Bank, Morris County Deposiotry. Capital $80.000 Surplus. 36.000 BOARD OF DIREGTORS.

W. H. White, A. Moser, A. W.

Hinchman, T. W. Whiting, H. Hamer' B. R.

Scott, Jacob Barth, O. R. Whiting, C. H. White.

Lewis Sickels and family are going to Hartford, visit His sister, Mrs. Buckridge, of Oklahoma, is already there visiting and the meeting will be in the nature of a family reunion. The inclement weather of Saturday caused trade to be light with our merchants. C. W.

Horseman, wife and baby of Herington, are here visiting their parents. They arrived Saturday. Otto Nott left today for ville, Kansas where he has a position. Mrs. Stone and daughter, Mre.

Grace Schull returned last night from a visit with their daughter and sister in Kansas City. 000000000000000000000000. 00000000000000 000 Open House 000000000001 New Years Day THE LEADER will be open for business all day Tuesday. All Goods will be sold at a Big Discount and Cash on account Cheerfully Received. 0000000000000000000000 000000000 0000000000 3 Luther Hylton of Dunlap left! last night for Larned, Kansas, where he is teaching a very successful term of school.

Miss Jessie Sharp came home this morning from a visit with Miss Chloe Lamb at Dunlap. WEATHER FORECAST Furnished by Bell Telephone Company from the' U. S. Weather Bureau. Tomorrow Colder.

Wall Paper Put on your walls complete until Feb. 1 1, 1907 for 25c per double roll. W. S. HATHAWAY 6 Word was received here Sunday that a man had applied for a position as operator at Osawatomie and when he went to be examined the doctor discovered that he had smallpox.

It seems that the man had been here for a few hours but it is quite likely that this was before the stage when any one would be likely to contract the disease. The health authorities made an investigation and took proper steps in the matter. Go to the Purity Candy Kitchen for home made candies fresh every day. Across the street from the post office. Mre.

E. H. SCOTT. Mrs. John Cox came home Satur- day from a mother in Miss Ethel winter with visit with Mr.

Cox's Colorado. Her sister Stone will spend the Mrs. Cox. Morris County Farming. Dixie Scott, living two miles north of Delavan was in town Friday and subscribed for the Daily.

He is a son of our townsman Isaac Scott. Mr. Scott is one of the farmers who keeps books on his business. Last year he sold $272.00 worth of butter, eggs and poultry, $300 for a span of moles, $125 worth of cattle, $160 worth of grain and $20 worth of hay. He has $100 worth of hogs ready for market, has enough grain and hay to run him until spring, has more cattle to start the coming year than the past and has 28 head of stock hogs.

He has no sons to help him, and the years profit can be credited to his wife. two daughters, himself and good Morris county land to work on. Ten years ago the only way a farmer knew whether he was on the profit or loss side was by his ability to meet the payments on his mortgage. Today a third of them can turn to their books and in five minutes tell their years business. Marriage Licenses.

Licenses were issued to Wm. J. Anderson age 23, of Herington, Kansas, and Miss Lula Wharton, age 21, of Council Grove. Leslie F. Hannah to Miss Minnie A.

Rumsey both of this city. Edward E. McCabe age 23, of Sharon Springs and Miss Anna Hobbs, age 17, of Council Grove. The latter were married by Probate Judge Johnson. Henry Yakle and Mary Height both of White City.

Frank Fosburg of Burdick was visiting friends east of town last evening. Miss Bessie Goheen came in today for a visit with the family of! H. C. Jaggard. Marwood Crowley is here the guest of friends.

He is attending Kansas University. The quarantine has been raised at the Thomas home and Master Preston is up and around. Leland Harvey and wife came up from Dunlap yesterday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Harvey. H.

E. Richter came in from Topeka yesterday for a few days visit at home. Mac Thomas, who has been visiting his brother A. K. Thomas and wife left Saturday for Arkansaw, where he has a position.

Miss Jettie Maxwell, cashier at the Regulator, is unable to work today on account of sickness. Mrs. F. P. Crowley came home last night from a visit with her daughter Mrs.

Wylie at Hutchinson and her son Buell at Topeka. Buell is reported as improving. 39c IS DOING THE WORK OF 50c. See the Great Crowds! The Jams! The Eager People to attend the only Sale in town Don't be fooled by being offered 20 and 30 per cent by Would be Imitators. The Wind is Blowing and the Economical Buyers are in the Whirlwind.

Only 16 Days More In Which to Secure These Gigantic Bargains; Such as the People never before received in their lives. Only 16 more days to get Piano Checks. The Great $275.00 King Piano will be Given away January 17. Join the crowd in this Saving Sale. Our House is crowded today and everyday.

Piano Checks with Each $1.00 PURCHASE. The Racket.

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