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The Linwood Times from Linwood, Kansas • 5

The Linwood Timesi
Linwood, Kansas
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Oct. 21st. 1909. THE LINWOOD TIMES. 5 A.

A. Quinlan took his boys to Kansas City, Friday. Murrel Harbaugh has returned from his northern trip. Mrs. Wm.

Meinke left Saturday to visit friends in Olathe. Rev. Jacob Barker lost a good horse Thursday night. Mrs. Browning and Mildred went to Kansas City, Saturday.

Wm. F. Anderson shipped a car of apples to Salina, Saturday. and Mrs. T.

W. Martin went to Bonner Springs, Friday. Robinson and Taylor shipped a car of very fine hogs on the 17th. Wm. F.

Anderson has gone west in the interest of his fruit business. Mrs. Wm. Meinke is entertaining Mrs. Doran, of Ottawa, this week.

Miss Stanley, of Kansas City, visited Mrs, H. F. Taylor over Sunday. John Gregg, Rob't Blaker and Will Reetz visited the stock show at Kansas City last Thursday. Robert Douglas and family spent Sunday with Mrs.

Douglas' mother, Mrs. Beecroft of DeSoto. Mrs. James McCabria, Mrs. David Davidson and Mrs.

Chas. E. Breese visited in Kansas City last week. Mrs. James McCabria and sons, Harry and Eugene, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Lawrence.

Mrs. C. H. Hicks, attended the District Convention of Pythian Sisters held in Leavenworth, on October 11. Mrs.

Chas. E. Breese will write news items from Fall Leaf neighborhood and Miss Elsie Price, from Sarcoxie. Mr. Smith of Bonner preaches at Fall Leaf, every other Sunday, mornings and evenings.

All are cordially invited to attend We had the following for last week and overlooked it in the make-up; Mrs. H. F. Taylor enjoyed a brief visit from her sister, Mrs. Gant, and Mrs.

Bels-ford, both of Kansas City. These ladies hold the Ladies' Fishing Record for the season. Their large catch weighed 7 lbs. David Davidson is sick. Jacob Barker and Ed Moore thrashed last week.

A. J. Berlin started to Chambersburg, Pa. Thursday. Mr.

Wm. Hunter went to Kansas City this week. Mrs. J. N.

McLane spent Sunday with friends in Lenape. C. C. Spencer, who has been very sick, is able to be out again. Will Miller had a runaway last week.

No serious damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. B. F.

Allison visited cousins at Blue Mound over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper have moved to DeSoto. Their baby is recovering.

Mrs. Matt Grob, her son and daughter, have all returned from a visit in Ohio. Mrs. P. H.

Turner received quite a painful wound in the hand, while starting the windmill. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Douglas spent Sunday with Mrs. Douglas' sister, Mrs.

Lewis Dowe of DeSoto. Wm. Winkleman is somewhat better, he will require time for recovery. League at Jewett next Sunday at 7.30 P. M.

We hope to see as many out as were there last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Pine of Mackey district, announce the birth of a son, born Thursday, Oct.

14th. Miss Lulu Blaker entertained Saturday evening with a delightful party, to which quite a number of her friends were present. A box social will be given at Jewett, Fri-' day eve, Oct. 22nd. Every-body come and enjoy the program as well as the supper.

Ben Douglas and wife; Ed Moore and wife; Emma, Mattie and Edward Grobe and Herbert Linden went to Kansas City, last week. Mrs. Nettie Heckert, daughter of A. A. Jones, came up from Kansas City on Thursday to visit her father and brothers.

Mr. Heckert came for Sunday. J.C. Hindman has sold 200 acres of land to Washington Pierce of Marshall Co. He will give possession March, 1st, 1909.

Mr. Hindman contemplates moving to Baldwin. The families of Wm. and Ernest Allison arrived from Oklahoma, Wednesday morning. The Times is glad to welcome them back to Linwood.

The men will arrive in a few days with the car. How many boys and girls in this vicinity have bank accounts? Of these, how many have a larger account than they had a year ago? How many have run a number of years? Start a bank account at once. We want to print a list of youthful depositors..

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