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The Caney Daily Chronicle from Caney, Kansas • 3

Caney, Kansas
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ooooooo HAVANA 1 iotoiotoaototovoi Mr, Colegrove of the east is here visiting, his sister, Mrs. L. W. Listen! Stop! Brown. Arthur.

Bedkj one of the mechanics who was in the 0. T. We Wash Woolen and Cotton Blankets Comforts, Quilts and return them just like new. Also those heavy-Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Slips, Towels and those Corduroy Suits, Greasy Overalls, Work Pants, any kind. Reasonable Price, and Satisfaction guaranteed.

Just Call 344 The Up-to-Date Laundry Garage, but now the Electric Gar- age, was working with Bob. Powell of-the, East End Garage Monday. Oscar wife of Tulsa, arrived here Sunday, oy, 14, to spend We have taken the Agency for the Buick line of cars, also maintaining a service station, and will stock a line of parts. i We will keep a full line of these elegant cars, at all times, and invite you to call and see the many changes on the new Models. Phone 139 for demonstration Sold on easy payment terms Pendleton, of Havana.

Charles Lee, who had his foot cut axt jast he can put on his shoe i again 'and walk around. WASHBURN-EMPORIA GAME TAKING IN THE ROYAL SHOW AT KANSAS CITY WAS GREAT, SAYS KING James King, Junior Brown and Frank McFarland witnessed the John Milton and wife, the weds of northwest of Havana, were in doing some trading Monday. game between Washburn and Emporia last Saturday, and Jimmy King Col. Chas. H.

Parker is in Kansas City this week, the uest of Col. W. C. Carpenter of the Missouri Auction School, and to attend the Royal Livestock Show and the get-ac informs The Chronicle that he never witnessed a better contest in his born days. Washburne had the heavier team and plowed through Emporia line in the first half, Will of Independence is i in Havana visiting his brother, J.

H. ltmdkton, and at the time doing, gome business in Havana. understand that L. Dobson is contemplating a move since the as other parties are trying to get fhe postoffice. quainted meeting of auctioneers.

Col. Parker is a graduate of the Missouri Auction School, being turned out in January, 1914. scoring two touchdowns. In the last GiUihan The half, however, Emporia opened up and the way that light team flashed arage uround, through and over for gains SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN was beautiful to see. Thev scored L.

E. Hunt's father and mother of 1 10 Spring St. two touchdowns and tied the score. Jimmy says that Russel McFarland got in the game for Washburne in the last quarter and played a good game. The boys say the trip was positively worth while.

The niftiest gas lamp ever invented, with fancy shade the kind of light that won't go out Ask Mack Abraham. He knows. Cheaper than electricity. Caney Plumbing Co. 282tf Mt.

Vernon, is in Havana visit- ing: their son and family and Mr. Hunt's uncle of Sedan was also here. U. G. Simmons of Independence, Mr.

Hunt'sbrother-in-law, was here visiting Monday. Will Heidelbaugh of southeast of Caney was on the streets of Havana Nov. 15, talking to some of his old friends. This used to be his home. uy Your John Whipple and Emmet Brown shipped two carloads of nice cattle to Kansas City Sunday, 14.

Christmas Presents at Your Mr. Osborn, who rented the Treva Douglas house in Havana, has moved back to Cherryvale. UhW -it 4mm 4vy lWm vHmP OwnP rice Wallace and. wife were down from Wayside to visit Mrs. Wallace's Mr.

and Mrs. Ci Powell, on Sunday. Fred Johnson of Lowe, wenjt -to work on the coal chute for the Santa Fe Sunday. 1: i la. pel Albert Griffien of Havana is going over to Sedan Sunday to visit his father, who has been bedfast the past three or four weeks.

He had a struke of paralysis recently. has re- Mrs. Minnie Campbell turned home to Caney. How would you like to buy merchandise at your own price? That is what we are offering you. We have decided to let you set your own price on certain articles in our store.

HERE IS OUR OFFER We will place in our windows from time to time certain articles on which the price will be reduced $1.00 per day until sold at the highest bid that reaches us first. Come in and make us an on one of these forms. The Atwood-Carinder Hdw. Furniture Co. My bid on juu Rose returned from his wild goose chase up to Neodesha and Coffey ville.

"Mrs George Henderson was in town Saturday, Nov. 13, doing some trading. "I've solved your washday problem, dear!" "Do you suppose that I am going to let my wife worry over the washing, when BlueBird is so easy to buy and soon saves more than it costs?" Jolm Fegg was in Havana Saturday doing, some trading. He brought in a case of nice fresh eggs. Mrs.

Ida Swaney of Niotaze was in Havana a few minutes Saturday evening, Nov. 12, en oute to Wayside, to visit her son-in-law, Grover Wittman, and family southeast of Wayside. now on special sale is 192 p. m. a.

m. A fee It is understood that the price on these goods will be reduced $1.00 per day until sold at the highest bid. 7 ELECTRIC CLOTHES WASHER Guy Nollsch, Charles Keener and Jess Bear were on the streets of Caney. taking in the sights and hav-in ga good time in general Sunday. The pie supper and program at the Jayhawk school house was a great success and everybody had a good time.

i iifaa has the right idea about washing, clothes. The rocking copper tub with its twin six water action dashes the water through the clothes seventy-two times a minute. It takes far better care of the daintiest garments than hand washing. It washes with ease the heavy things that are so difficult to get clean. See these BlueBird advantages .1.

H. Pendleton has returned from St. Joseph, Mo. He has been away since the 2nd. jft Its tub is pure copper that cannot rust, corrode or scum the clothet.

Its mechanism is fully enclosed ina beautiful white enameled cabinet. Even a baby can play around BlueBird while it is These bids will be kept on according to the amount and the time received. The only bid that will be published will be the lucky one to get the article on sale, which will be the one making the highest bid first before the price reduction of $1.00 per day reaches the amount nearest their bid. The first article offered will be a BLUE BIRD ELECTRIC WASHER. It needs no introduction, as it is nationally known.

Remember, the quicker we sell one article the soon- er you will get a chance at another. operating. Its power driven wringer swings to all positions so that you can wring from washer tub to rinsing water, then into bluing water, then from bluing water into basket without moving the clothes washer. Have a BlueBird washing in your home Mr. Gar Owner Trouble is due you when it comes.

I a mhere to take it off your shoulders. No job is so small that it does not need attention. Large ones need more BRING THEM IN Vance Radiator Atwooil-Caririder Hardvas-e Furniture Co. r--Office Phone 434 I I 107 N. State St.

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