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Atchison County Visitor from Effingham, Kansas • 1

Atchison County Visitor from Effingham, Kansas • 1

Effingham, Kansas
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Eotei r.d iib necond-clasb mall matter April 14, 190K, at the jxratofBce at Effingham, Kansas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879.) Second Volume. EFFINGHAM, ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 5, 1906, Number 3)1 Noble, every Monday. Edgar McMath of Goff was here th first of the week. Underbuy and Undersell is motto.

$17.50 Colorado summer tourist rate on sale every day with final return limit of October 31st, Patronize Albert Tucker's. He can give you the best and cheapest riding in town. Tucker has the awellest line of rigs in town, "Whips, Sweat pads, and fancy summer Lap Robes at Mayhew's. Ed. Landrum went to Atchison The Corn Carnival Moving Pictures will be shown at our assembly hall next Saturday night after Mr.

Howe' lecture. First Gommunion. The impressive ceremony of First Holy Communion at St. Anne's Church was witnessed by a large concourse cf people. It was a day long to be remembered by the children but above all by the grown people who were fortunate enough to hear Father Fabian's address.

The girls in their snow white dresses and veils and the boys, black, each with a pretty badge in the lapel of his coat, presented a picturesque sight as they marched from the pastor's residence to the church. The beautifully frescoed interior of the church seemed to gain additional lustre from tne streams of sunlight that poured in through the large variegated colored windows. The altar was ablaze with lights and profusely covered with flowers. The service began at 9:30 with Low Mass interspersed with beautiful hymns by the choir. Mrs.

Linnehan presided at the organ. Father Fabian, the pastor, was celebrant. In front of the postoffice this week pome parties were discussing- who did the larger amount of business, Harlow, who is now the leading merchant, or D. M. Granger, who was so successful here several years ago.

One of the parties said he would leave it to James Ellis, who has been in the employ of both gentlemen. He says; and he i3 a truthful gentleman, that Mr. Harlow is now doing the greater business. The Presbyterian Church revival closed last Sunday with an addition of six members. Communion serviecs will be observed next Sunday at Lancaster at 3 P.

M. Preparatory service there to will be observed next Saturday at Lancaster at 3 P. M. Preaching at Huron at 11 A. M.

Sunday. Remember Sunday School and Christian Endeavor here Sunday. Dr. Murlin of Baker University gave an address at the High School also before the conference of Methodist Ministers of the Atchison District Tuesday afternoon. Mulligan, the liveryman, will fit you out with tine rigs.

Cider and wine barrels for sale at R. E. Randel attended the Nortonville Jnbilee this week. Leave orders for piano tuning at the High School Bldg. Mr.

John Hendrickson went to Mus-cotah Tuesday for a short stay. Say, did you know that you can buy a duck coat at Harlow's cheaper than any other place in town? Guy Hendrickson has again resumed his duties as principal of the Farming-ton School. Did you know the new store can do you more good on your prodnce than any store in town. Try them. For coal, wood, or cobs call phone number 23.

No extra charges for delivery in. city. john E- Sullivan will have a public sale of thoroughbred Poland China hogs at Mulligan's Livery Barn, in Effingham, Tuesday, Oct. 6, beginning at 1 o'clock P.M. The offering includes twenty head.

14 boars and 6 gilts; which for breeding and individuality are equal to any of the breed. Pedigrees will be ready the day of sale, aud you arc cordially invited to attend. Harlow is selliug more goods than any man who ever struck town. He has new goods and makes right prices. Obituatry The funeral services of little Donald D.

Smith were conducted by ReyC H. L. Saunders Presbyterian Pastor at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McMullen on Monday at 11 A.M.

Donald was born July 11 1898 and died of tuberculosis of. the glands Sept. 29 '06 During the month previous to his death the most diligent care and medical aid possible was given him. He died under the care of Dr. F.

White, Donald leaves two brothers his father and mother being dead. 'Mr. McMullen has lived near Eftinghan for years and the large gathering of friends at the funeral donated the deep sympathy; felt for the berevaed Miss Bessie Sparksbegan teaching last Monday in district No. 20, north of Potter. Goods are actually going at cost for spot cash at J.

E. RandePs. Attorney Guthene was in this city this week making hay. Everyday is bargain day at Harlow's new store. I sell the New Home Singer, Wheeler Wilson and Peerless Sewing Machines.

If you need one or thinking of buying, come in and see me A. E. Mayhew. You will now need blankets and warm underwear. Harlow has them, bright and new, and his prices will certainly surprise you.

A square deal, a low price, and new goods, is what has made Harlow's store famous. You know just what you are doing when you trade at Harlow's. An infant son of Henigh died Tuesday The 1 funeral was held at the home Wednesday and buried in the Nortonville cemetery. If you sow your wheat with a Thomas drill you know it is put in right. These famous drills are for sale by -I- hi Mrs.

James Grable of St. Joseph who has been visiting with Mrs. Lucy Grable for the past week returned to her home in St. Joseph Monday. Harlow carries the best line of blankets ever brought to Effingham.

All bright and new bought in large quantities. He makes the price. Mr. and Mrs. A.

Hunt and son' John Seaton arrived Saturday to make Mrs. Hunt's mother, Mrs. G. W. son a short visit.

Traveling men inform us that Harlow is the closest buyer on the Central Branch and when it comes to buying he shows them all. Mrs. F. VV. Wimberly arrivid Sunday from For your short order lunches go to Freeland's restaurant.

Hon. EW HOWE 'AT'. The Atchison County High School Auditorium EFFINGHAM, KANSAS Saturday, October 6, 8 m- Mr. E.W. Howe, Editor of the Atchison Globe, author of "The Story of a Country Town," A Moonlight Boy" Etc.

in a talk on "A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD" With Stereoptican Pictures. ADMISSION 1 5c, Reserved Seats lOcts. extra Neibling left Monday for Kan sas City to spend Carnival week at that place. Did you know that you can get "all kinds of lamps at all most your own price at cost, at R. E.

Randel's. Mrs. Robinson of Vermiliion visited with Mrs. Grable this week returning home Tuesday. A.

J. McBride, south of Farming-ton, is seriously ill." Mrs. Quiett, his daughter, and grandson, Grover, were with him this week. Remember Harlow's big Special Sale, beginning Oct. 6 and ending Oct.

16. There is always something doing at Harlow's. Mrs. M. Keplinger and her niece, Miss Edna Bell, went to Atchison yesterday.

Miss Bell will soon return to her home at Payne Mount, Okla. All of the goods in the store of the Effingham Furniture Co. recently acquired by J. E. Randel will be closed out at actual cost for spot cash.

Nick Cahill is now City Marshal Andy Harman is temporarily on the road in the interests of the Knights and Ladies of Security Harlow will sell you the Golden Sheaf flour for one week at 95 cents a sack. This is the best flour that ever came to town. STATE BANK OP EFFINGHAM. CAPITAL $20,000,00. Surplus and Profits, $10,000.

T. J. BOHANNON, E. L. THOMAS, Vice Pres- C.

L. CUMMINGS, Cashier, Directors: Bohannon, Thomas, Cum-mings, John Graves and Chas. Crawford. If the Farmer doesn't sleep well at night he cannot work well in the clay time. He will not sleep well at night if is compelied to worry about his money.

He will have no need to worry about his money if deposited in a safe Dank. We invite you here. In this issue will be found an article from the Atchison County Visitor, a republican paper published in Effingham, giving some potent reasons why the farmers of Atchison county should rally to the support of A. Wilcox and vote against Sheffield Ingalls, of Atchison. The Commercial will add that in the nomination of Ingalls to represnt the country district there is a scheme to give the city of Atchison two representatives ind ignore the balance of the county This means there will be an attempt made in case of Ingalls' election to get some special legislation through at the next session for the sole benitit of Atchison town, and which the farmers will be compelled to pay tor.

The farmers of Atchison county are already overburdened with taxation for the benefit of the town, and it would be well for the farmers to have a representative like Lon Wilcox in the legislature to look out for the jobbery. His father had a twenty year job of holding a seat on the county board and always kept an eye open for the interest of the farm district and Lon will do the same. If you are taxpayers in Atchison county this will interest you. Hortoo Com- Mystic Workers gave a social at the I. O.

O. F. Hall Wednesday night initiated 4, balloted on 14. The best flour on earth, the Fanch eon, at only $2. per cwt, at R.

E. Ran-del's If you want great bargains call on J. E. Randel, at the Effingham Furniture Co's. old stand.

Mrs Rosetta Hastings has beenat-tending the State WCT Convention at Iola, this week. mercial..

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