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Elsmore Leader from Elsmore, Kansas • 8

Elsmore Leader from Elsmore, Kansas • 8

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Elsmore Leaderi
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Elsmore, Kansas
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RURAL ROUTE NO 2.. A BEAUTIFUL COMPLECTION I Xorrespondence. Broom corn cutting is in full blast. Now Revealed OLD ELSMORE. We Pay The showers the past week have put the ground in fine shape for seeding.

Mrs. Arthur Nelson left iast Thursday, for a months visit at Galesburg, in. Gillam'a are threshing in the C. RE Mr. Brightly commenced to cut up his corn, last week.

What beauty is more desirable than an exquisite complexion and elegant jewels neighborhood. They broke down last Saturday. Last Friday night's storm b'ew down some hay stacks for Barron and others; An opportunity for every woman few days this week. Fredie Page, visited with Frank Fewins, last Sunday. Floid Fewins went to Greenwood to obtain both, for a limited time only.

also some in Elsmore. The directions and recipe for ob The storm blew A. C. Samuel's barn county last Wednesday. King Cottrell and family visited Wm.

taining a faultless complexion is the secret long guarded by the master hard enough to lean it east bad and many trees were damaged at Barrons. minds of the ORIENTALS and the GREEKS. Wonder why so little work is be- This -e obtained after years of ins done on the roads. Is it because our work and a Pi-eat exuense. It is the trustee lives at Savonburg? It is now Ihe middle of September and no work method used by the fairest and most beautiful women of Europe.

Hoile and family, Sunday afternoon. Henry Umphery bought 18 head of yearling steers at Savonburg, Saturday- The Ard brothers finished threshing the odd jobs in this neighboihood, last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and daughter were Savonburg visitors last Saturday.

has vet been done on. either of the Hundreds of American women who routes out of Elsmore now use it have expressed their delight Why don't we all sow hard winter wheat? J. C. Samuel's averaged 18 bushels and B. F.

Low's 18 bushels. Joe Wood had a piece that he pastured all winter in mud and all and no wheat in Miss Nettie Fewins and sister were sight the first of April. It averaged visiting Miss Nina Fewins and sisters, last Sunday. 10 bushels. and satisfaction.

This secret is easily understood and simple to follow and will save you the expense of creams, cosmetics, bleaches and forever give you a beautiful complexion and free your skin from pimples, bad color, blackheads, etc. It alone is worth to you many times the price we ask you tosend for thegenuinediamond ring of latest design. We sell you the ring as one small profit above manufacturing cost. The Misses Grace Umphery, Norme For Produce. SMOKY ROW Gardner and Viva Ard went to Iola last Friday where they will enter high John Benson made a business trip to school.

Wm. Kenedy and wife called on Mrs, Stark Andy Ludlum was on the sick list the nrice is less than one-half what others first of the week. charge The recipe is free with every ring. It is a genuine rose cut diamond ring of sparklirg brilliarfcy absolutely guar anteed, very dainty, shaped like Balston Son. Belcher with Tiffany setting 12kt gold McGinnis, last Sunday, She is still very poorly and does not seem to improve any.

W. R. Fewins has been busy getting his hay together that was torn down by the wind last Friday night. He had four stacks scattered all over a forty acre field. There came near being a cyclone in this part of the country last Friday night and as a result trees, hay stacks, out buildings and numerous 'other things were blown, to pieces.

W. W. one'! barn was moved and the hay Willard Gay and Andy Ludlum cut broom corn for Ed Trast Thursday. Ed Trast finished cutting and scrap ing broom corn, Tuesday afternoon. Frank Drake and Andy Ludlum helped Ed Trast to scrape broom corn Mon- Mrs.

Hattie Barron of Old Elsmore was at Marry' Bryants getting grapes, Tuesday. shell, at your local jeweler it would cost considerable more than 2 00. We mail you this beautiful complex ion recipe free when your order is re ceived for ring and 82 00 in money order Btamps or bills. Get jour order in be fore our supply is exausted. I- Mr.

and Mrs. Lewis Duggan of La This offer is made for a limited time ODly as a means of advertising and in troducing our goods. stacKes were leveled to the ground. A great deal of damage was done to John Barron's corn; also Wm. Hoile had his buggy and wagon up set and things torn up in general.

Mrs. McGinnis had the misfortune to have all Send to-day before this opportunity Harp came on Friday to visit their parents a few days. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Gay, Mr.

and Mrs. Bennett attended the Old Settlers Reunion at Uniontown last Saturday. P. M. Johnson and son William, Andy Ludlum and John Benson were cutting broom corn for George McClung the first of this week.

A. J. McClung and wife Sundayed with Charley Bryan and family and is forgotten. T. C.

MOSELEY, 32 East 23rd Street. New York City. her peach trees blown down and other trees -considerably damaged. Up-To-Date Machine Shop, Blacksmith ing and Plumbing. I have installed in my shop a Gas Engine from which I derive power to run my TURNING LATHE, CIRCLE SAW, DRILLS EMERY WHEEL The state legislature ought to pass some kind of a law that would require To women for collecting names enough school books placed in each county so people could get books FREE and selling our novelties we give big premiums send your Mr.

and Mrs. Will Huff, before their name to-uay rorour new pian enough for their children without run of bis profits with little work, write to-aay departure for their home in Iowa. Address C. T. MOSELEY Premium de partment, 32 E.

23rd Street, New York City. mng to every town in the county for them and then not getting all the books that are needed. W. R. Fewins and It was reported that Dr.

Rannells of Savonburg was oalled in consultation with Dr. Longenecker on Monday at I can turn shafts and cut threads of any desired size pnd do all ordinary Machine Shop work, as well as Firt-Class Blacksmithing and Plumbine to suit the Most Particular. All work guaranteed. NELSON JOHNSON, Uncle Jack went to Humboldt last Thursday to get school books for the children in this district, but were unable to get all they wanted; they tried Iola. LaHarpe and Moran with the same result, they were all out.

D. H. Spark's as Mrs. Sparks is not improving very fast. The sad news of the death of Uncle Billy Bankins of Iola was received here on Sunday, which reminded us of his being our pastor at Astoria 111., in the early 60's where his labors were KKNSRS 9LSMOR9 Time is Money.

You can complete a course of Shorthand or Book-keeping in the Fredonia Business College in one-half the time and at one-half the cost required In any other school. Drop us a postal ar let the principal tell you why. Large illustrated catalogue free. Fredonia Business College, Fredonia, Kansas. GOLDEN VALLEY.

Zelda Barron and Agnes Alderman were at the Hall, Sunday. Mrs. Grillett was a caller at Mrs. Holley's, one day last week. Miss Grace Umphery was the guest Notice.

Parties using gas will please take notice that the winter season begins Oct. 1st, 1907, and those using only cook stoves without heaters will be charged $2 per month. Anyone pay Uo-to-date city trimmed hats at Wagons Buggies Hell's. Glass mirrors were known in 23 A. but the art of making them was lost and was not recovered until 1300 in Venice.

ing for a heater six months in advance will be allowed 10 per cent discount. Elsmore Oil Gas Co. Rakes mowers of Golda Barron, last Thursday. Charley Sylvester has about finished drilling a well for Frank Knox. Jim Jackson and sister called on Mr.

Ludlum's, last Sunday Mr. Mooe, Mr. Williams and Mr. Frank Brooks all helped Mr. Jim Brooks with his threshing.

Mr. and Mrs. Grillett, Mr. and Mrs. T.

Zimmerman and Edgar Trammell were the guests of Geo. Alderman and family, Sunday. Mrs. Phebe Walker was the guest of Mrs. Grillett for supper, Thursday.

wvtt tt ttmrnmrnn mm mum mmu mm mwmtmmi Awry, Teed and Sale Dam. I Elmer Price, Proprietor. Horses boarded by day or week. Best of rigs and courteous 8 treatment. Special attention given to the traveling public.

Just unloaded a car of wagons direct from the factory, which was a big saving in freight, and by buying these wagons a year ago was another saving in the first cost. Hence I am in a position to sell you a First-class wagon for less money than any other dealer in the county. I also have a house full of Buggies, Sureys and Spring Wagons. I also have a large supply of McCormack and Deering Mowers and Rakes. It will be an injustice to both of us if you do not see me before buying.

Yours for business, C. G. KROKSTROM. ELSMORE, KANS. Cecil, Hazell and Edna Walker came Hans.

elsmore, up and spent the evening. Mr. Smart had a number of hands helping him in the hay field last week. Will Miller and Charley Brooks were out from Elsmore helping him. Charley Troxell's new house has just been completed and is a nice one.

It has five rooms with a pantry and porch and makes him a nice little home. Elsmore Music By the 10 Per Cen Discount on all Goods Bought on Opening Day. Orchestra. -From Three to Five. JliUi enim inert 7 September 1Uth.

A number from here attended the Geo, Myers sale. Mr. Myers and family left last week for. their new home in Oregon. Their many friends here regretted to have them leave but 'wish them success.

J. W. Grillett got his wheat threshed last Monday, just in time; it made nine bushels per acre. TipN Williams Good Fishing makes a good holiday. The I will have on display beautiful ready-made hats from -Chicago, Kansas City and St.

Louis; also frames of the latest shapes. Both felt and Buckram braids, velvets, plumes, half plumes, tips, coque feathers, aergretts, wings, flowers, folage, ribbons, veiling, brussell nett, fancy hat pins, ornaments, and in fact everything that pertains to first-class millinery, Hats made to order and your old hats made new. See my goods and investigate my prices before buying elsewhere. All lady's cordially invited to attend. jKr.

J.SD. SBeft (blsmore, iTCans. summer rates to Wisconsin, Colorado and other famous fishing grounds will enable you to make a trip at very little expense. The family will enjoy the outing quite as mubh as you do had one piece that made 19 bushels to the acre and John Brown one field that turned out 21 bushels per acre. We were sorry to hear of Ed Axtell's death, especially the way it happened.

Ed passed thru our community a short time ago and made the remark that a farmer should be the happiest man on earth; he also gave a phonograph concert at the hall. iMlVJjL W. S. ST GEORGE, General Passenger Agent, K. 1.

Ry. St. Louis, Mo,.

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Years Available:
1907-1910