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The Clearwater Sun from Clearwater, Kansas • 3

Clearwater, Kansas
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The Clearwater Sun. LOCAL NEWS. (0)- -(o) FRIDAY, DECEMBER U. 1889. Ball tonight.

ARE TO BE SEEN DAILY AT THE Famous (Sloth i ng GREAT DISSOLUTION Crowds in the Morning, Crowds in the Afternoon. Our prices loosen the purse strings of the Closest Buyers and our G-oods Please Everyone. 4-ply Linen Collars 5c; 4-ply Linen Cuffs 7c; Heavy SALE! Cot- Un- $2 I Douglas, Wichita; F. IIENKION. ton Socks 5c; Linen Handkerchiefs 3c; All "Wool der Shirts and Drawers only 39c.

See and be Convinced. I One Price Only Bring your job work to 'the Sun office. Farm Loans at the Lowest Rates at E. II, Jones' A choice line of Perfumeries at the City Drug Store. Dr.

McLaughlin is building a new barn and granery. Physicians' Prescriptions a specialty at the City Drug Store. Mrs. A. F.

Ross spent Thanksgiving in Wichita with her parents. Are we going to have anything for the children Christmas eve. R. II. Hobson has been summonsed as a juryman in the district court.

Mrs. J. Chain ate Thanksgiving dinner with her parents at Wichita. For farm Loans call on E. II.

Jones at the Badger Lumber Yard. G. N. Drury has built an addition to his residence, in the east part of town. Call and see me before making a Farm Loan.

E. II. Jones. One grain dealer raked in 28 loads of grain Wednesday. Not bad for a dull town.

That "niggar" debate at the literary Saturday night took the house by storm. Clearwater butter, cheese, salt sugar paper and pickles. How does that sound. Grading for the new north and south railroad in Harper county is about completed. IIackjietack, a lasting and fragrant perfume.

Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold at City Drug Store A great many people in this vicinity are using corn for fuel. It is much cheaper than coal. Dr. and Mrs.

Van Eaton attended the Pet stock and poultry show at Wichita this week. the Opera House has been lowered about two feet. A decided improvement. Mrs. Emma Lamay of Leavenworth, came in Monday for a visit with her broather, G.

Dykstra. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Earp, who spent several days in the city, left Monday for their home in Ulysses. The Sun and the Kansas Farmer, the best Farm Journal on the continent, one year for only $2:00. Sea our Over Coats and Suits before buying. Ross Mckie. Our grain dealers are experiencing lots of trouble in getting cars sufiicent to handle the grain coming to market.

can Ijoan you Honey on Farm Property a little bit Lower than anyone else. E. H. Jones. The Masons of this city will not hold a public installation of officers this year, as has usually been their custom.

Xotick: Hunters are hereby notified not to hunt on my place. Geo. Ross. Simni's cuke will immediately relieve Crmip, Whooping Cough and ISronclu'tis. Sold at CityDrui: Store.

We carry a lise of Patent Medicine. Eoss A nasal injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold at City Drug Store. Farmers are husking corn while the sun shines.

They realize that this fine weather is liable to collapse at any time. SlIILOH'S CATAEU1I REMEDY-a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker-Mouth. Sold at City Drug Sture. Remember merchants, it is but about three weeks until Christmas. Only a few days in which to advertise holiday goods.

Jones Henrion will take corn on an account and also take corn at the market price in exchange for coal and lumber. Elmer Aspey and Asa Sadler will give a ball at Opera Hall, Christmas eve. They ought to hav a large crowd that night. why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immepiate relief. Price 10 50 and 91.

Sold at City Drug Stora. Aiva Drury entered the Southwestern Business college at Wichita Monday, where he will fit himself for the banking business. The Clearwater Sun well deseryes its title, for its pages are as clear as water and its columns as bright as the sun. Wichita Journal. John Buffington, one of our "prominent farmers, has been dangerously ill for several days, but at present writing is somewhat better.

We have a good building, suitable for a restaurant asid lodging house, for sale eheap, will trade for residence property In Clearwater. toe eev. eo. h. thayet, of Bour-bosa, "Both myself and wife owe our Uvea to consumption cuke.

Sold at City Drug Store. Corn taken at the market price in exchange for goods. I will also take corn on accounts. F- llEMUON. F.

D-BROWX, Editor, suusciuPTiON bates: One $1.60 Six Months 75 Terms Cash In Advance. Local Notices stay Ui until ordered out. Job work CASH. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, Councllmen, Polioe Judge, CityClork, E.

H. Jones. fn. B. AMMEltS A.

KOKS. E. S. MAdllL. W.

T. McFlH. V. H. VanEaton.

J. It. Skntkh. B. McLaughlin.


Lodffe, No. 285, Meets every Monday evening: at Oddfellows Hull. Transient members Invited. EKLL, T. J.

MACBBUIB. N.G. Sect. Unity Lodge, A. F.

A. Regular communications on Tuesday evening on or before full moon at 8 p. in. T. E.

Kklleu, F. H. VanEaton, W. M. Sect.

G. A.R.Lodge, Meets at Oddfellow Hall on the 1st and Urd Saturday evenings of eucli month at 8 p. m. J. M.

MuiU'HV F. HjVanEatow, P. C. Aiw't. CHURCH DIRECTORY.

Baptist: Preaching on the Snd and 4th Sabbath of each month at 11 n. in. and every Sabbath evening 8 p.m. Sabbath school at 10 a. ni.

Kuv. Huowni.kk, Pastor. Presbyterian: Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. in. Union Sunday school at 10 a.

m. Rbv Andkuson Pastor. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. CHICAGO KANSAS WESTERN. I asscngcrgolng west, 0:34 am east, p.

lYelgt 10:84 a. west 7: p. in S. A. M.txWKl.i., Agent.

FT. SCOTT WICHITA Passenger going soutli, 8:11 a. in north, i- Freight a. in south, 5:08 p. in W.

T. KiSHKU, Agent. Postofnce Hours. Week Jays, except Saturday, from 7 a. m.

to 8 p. in. Saturday, from 7 a. m. to 9 p.

m. Sunday, from 10 to 11 a. m. B. MCLAUGHLIN, M.

1). Physician and Surgeon, Office Smith side of Uoss ave in 2nd block. Residence on 1st ave. CLKAUWATEtt, KANSAS. JJR.

F. II. VAN EATOX, Olllco in Stewart building north side of Ross Avenue CLEARWATER. KANSAS. 3Dr.

Boyd, DENTIST Can be found at City Drug Store Every Wednesday. trains come Am nt tin 'SFREE roniuNy BKSTTel the world Our facilities an unequaled, and to Introduce om wipTior poods wo will sondFHRK too.YK I'KUROH in each locality, above. Only those who writs to ui at once can make sure of the ohtince. AH you have to do In n-nim is show our prodfi to your nHpMmri ami ihM imwma Tlie b-priinhijr Hits ailvcrtiwmwt h'wti tlif nuinll iut of tlif tele. EM0RE eope.

The fbflowrlap est (rf lite aiicnnitic of rvduxi-d to bauitthe fiftieth part of hulk. It a found, larffeai i easy to curry. We will nlo bIiuw you how you can make front $3 to I a day at leaf from the start, without eipurience. Better write at once. We pay all ex prow charge.

44idrcuu.II, ITAMJ.TT CCU Qox 8 HU Fobxlahd, Maims. At First If and. At One Profit. Two large facterlea (Piano and Organ) under one system, one management, one operating expense. Write for Illustrated catalogue, or call on our nearest agent.

W.W.KIMBALL State Jaekson Clilcago. Call on or address for terms and Bed Eock Prices, 1. "MORRISON, Dealer in W. V. KIMBALL CO.

ORGANS AND PIANOS, CONWAY SnilJS'GS, Kansas, illff E. II. JONES. COAL! COAL! COAL! I have for sale Canon City Coal McAlister and good Thrashing Coal Ross Ave West of Ft. Scott II.

TlIOS. What A' Fortune, Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liver to cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of Begg's Blood Purifier and Blood Maker will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state, and cleanses the blood of all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful successt We guarantee every bottle.

Sold at City Drug Store. If LUMBER Til Having purchased the Badger Lumber Yard at this place we propose keeping a full and complete stock BESi GRADES OF LUMBER, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Lath, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris and Hair. Good Fence Post always on hand. Sole Agts for Canon City Coal. Jones Henrion, Clearwater, Kas, S.

GOLDSTEIN CO. N. B. Don't forget to peruse Hall's new ad this week. He is bound to please.

'Squire Brnmfleld has bought the Curtis property and move to town. He will fence and otherwise improve his purchase, When it comes to Boots 8c Shoes we have them and prices that sells them. Eoss Mcfie. Foil DYsnsrsiA and Liver Complaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It neAer fails to cure.

Sold at City Drug Store. We can give you reduced rates on any paper, periodical or magazine published in the world. Come and see us before selecting your winter reading. aee you made miserable by Indigestion Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiolh's Vit-alizer is a positive cure. Sold at City Drug Store.

School Books, scratch books slates, crayon, copy books, legal cap paper, and any and all kinds of school supplies cheaper at the City Drug Store than any place in town. J. A. McLaughlin and C. M.

Gray, accompanied by the Misses Fannie Gray and Ella Burrows, were down from Wichita Monday. They halted a few minutes at The Sun office. The reason given by one of our busi ness men for opposing the sugar mill is, that it will b.iing 150 families and several new stores here. What a valuable acquisition that man is to a town The Conway Springs M. church will be re-opened Dec.

8th. Bev. C. L. King, Hutchinson, will conduct the service.

All are cordially invited' to attend. II. Lunday, Pastor. We learn that the scholars of the public school are talking of having a grand exhibition sometime in Febuary, the proceeds to be used for some benevolent purpose. We hope they will do so.

Uncle Jimmy Murphy is up "and around again after a two weeks seige In the house on account of He says he run a knife under the knee cap, but those who know his foundness for "yeller-legged" chickens say other wise. Stand up and deliver Uncle Jimmy. WE, SELL Hi 9a Granulated Sugar for $1.00 12 Light Brown 1.00 4 Arbuckles Coffee 1.00 4 Lion 1.00 14 Dried Grapes 1.00 14 Good Bice 1.00 The ahoye are not our "Cash" Prices Boss Mcfie. THE LIGHT RUNNING II The most durable Machine luade. The easiest run and quietest.

Has the least vibration. The only'machine under the sun that will sew as well backwards as forwards without stopping or changing the speed of the machine. jysee this wonderful Machine before you buy. FOR SALE BY W. A.

LANG-, CLEARWATER, KAS. Will Itartman and his sister Miss Clara, cume down last evening. The hitching posts in town are in a sorry condition and need attention. John Hoenshceidt, managing editor of the Wichita Journal, was in town this morning. Frank Cutting, a former Clearwat-erite, returnee yesterday morning and is stoping with A.

Sutter. Boney Smith has bougit Chas. Bnf-fington's in the corn shelter, and the firm is now Smith Withrow. If the parties who make the night hideous with horse racing and vulgarity, as was the case last Sunday night after church, don't stop it, and that at once, the authorities propose taking a hand. There is altogether too much racket going on for the puplic good.

At their last meeting the Oddfellows elected the following officers for. the ensuing year; A.Sutter N.G. Jas. Jamiesou V. G.

Thos. Macredie Sec'y. E. II. Jones Treas.

Manufacturing industries are the life of any town in which they are located. Whenever the finished product exceeds the volume of money, depressed times appear. Several small enterprises could be established in Clearwater which would make money plenty and times prosperous. At their last communication, Unity Lodge No. 273 A.

F. A. elected the following officers for the ensuing year; G.N. Drury, W. M.

S. A.Maxwell, S. W. F. B.

Brown, J. W. J. T. Craig, Treas.

F. H. VanEaton, See'y. Highest market price paid for Poultry of all kinds. S.


CORDLEY HAYES, New York, Sole Agents. Factoriei Portland, He-, Peterboro. N. Watertown, Oswego, N. Uckport, N.



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