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The Everest Enterprise from Everest, Kansas • 1

The Everest Enterprise from Everest, Kansas • 1

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VOL. XL EVEREST. BROWN COUNJY. KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY, 4 1899. NO.

37. 1 fptcM Otter to Meabtn otbe A. The prompt payment of the special assessment, not only pays off our debt, but enables the management to make the following liberal offer. hood and spent most of her life on the old Carr homestead near Willis. "When near the age of twenty he was married to John Snodgrass.

They lived happily together until the time of her death. She was the Furnishing Goods; mother of several children all of whom are dead but one. She was Beginning April 25th and ending May 31st, the General Council will pay one dollar premium for each new beneficiary member coming into our Association, navinsr all fp always known as a good Christian woman, joining the Methodist church when quite young and pro- and taking up their certificate, as contemplated by our laws. During lessed that faith until her death. Widow Who.

aid period the "pin offers are hereby suspended; but the prize of Pureed Items. HATS "Team Drill Manual" for three Children's and Misses sailors; Boy's and Gent's straw, wool and fine dress-in fact, we have everything in hats. Jas. Purcell is shelling corn this week. new members to any council that will organize a "Team" will remain Jtt.

T. Purcell went to St. Joe in effect. Each individual memhor Monday. who was so recently called upon to i Nearly all of the farmers are busv pay a special tax of 36c per $1,000 of protection carried, has an oDoor- planting corn.

Robert Pinder went to Huron tunity to gel his, or her. money back and at the same time increase th Church Sunday. I value of each certificate bv simply Joe Pauley has returned from a visit to Antel. He only stayed tour securing some new members. Won't you do it? days this trip.

JohnTouzhey hauled sand from The "Third City." And now comes Robinson out of here last week to finish plastering the woods and lays claim to bein? the third city in Brown county. Well, of course she can nut in a his new dwelling. Wm. Inchman was in town this week plastering the" new addition to Joe Pauley's house. The Everest Dramatic Co.

passed through town early Sunday morning on the way home from Sever claim, but the question is, shall it be allowed 7 Certainly not. as lone Gl OVFJ Misses'and k1538' Mitts and Gloves, Gent heavy, med. ium and fine dress gloves every pair guaranteed not to rip. SHOES oes in heavy, medium and tJUVrLU dress from $1.00 up, every pair guaranteed. SHIRTS Heavy, medium, fine dress and silk front shirts, all beauties.

i SHIRT WAISTS AH grades and sizes from 50c to 11.00 OS LadiCS GeBt hCaVy' mediUm fiDe 611 gradeS and Prlces" 1 i NECKTIES and COLLARS latest, match anything. CLOTHING Wm sellyouasuitofcIoth'rom $5.00 up, guaraatee to fit any one. UNDERCLOTHING We know we can please you. Call and see us. as Everest holds that position and' has held it for ten vears in mnri.

ance. ways than one, in population, school teachers, number of scholars and in Alice Francis went to St Joe Monday. She is recovering from all kinds of business from milling her recent illness and looks much better. down to joints and in fact in all kinds of failures, fires and other misfortunes but through all this The blacksmith had twenty-three lister brought in in one day last Everest still holds third place and small, one-horse villages cannot week to be repaired, he is doinir a. big business.

-( win not take our banaer away. Joef PaoWrc shipped tWa 1 iiii.Miii.1 in Concert Program. 1 I this week. Joe is doing a big business over the new scales. Motto.

rrUUf Evening lot gchwil Ubrarr BMMflt. PART I. top price and top weight 1 'Bttudlantlna" Icoix John Hess was in town Monday will pay you. LADIES QUAHTBTTB. Sonata Pathetique," fleothoren PAUL SCHMOLCK.

en route for Everest where things Olptjr Life." SchMCarth arenot as peaceable as might be according to his description. HUM. FLTNLO FT SMITH. "Dragon Fltei." arei There will be a Parish house LA DIRS TRIO. built on the church ground for our priest in the near future which will make a nice addition to our town.

The wind storm Sunday lifted tops of corn cribs and hay stacks. The lumberman found his hay Beane Aria, from the Opera. Cbncone Mn. PAUL SCHMOLCK. l' "Caprice rlen." (b request), Wollenhaupt "Invitation to Dance." Oestea ladies' Quartette, pakt n.

"Welcome Pretty Prim rose," Ptoairtti LADIES' QUARTETTE. "Rondo Schenando," Marsohner PAtTL SCHMOLCK. MYRTLE B. FBBXCH "Hooking Bird" duet for soprano and contralto ME90AME8 FUNTO FT. SMITH.

SCRMULi'K fantasia, from the Opera "Paust" St. Saeu PAUL SCHMOLCK. InreUee, from Opera BrnaaL" VerJi MRS. PAUL 8CHMOLCR. "Twilight," Abt LADIES' TRIO.

scattered all over the lumber yard on returning late in the evening, that was not his first experience in Cn I I Tetter, Salt-Khenra and Eozem the storm as he helped replace a lid on the deck of a house which was vaiuea at aoout ten Sugar Hill items. dollars. carried off by the big wind. Interested. Cherry trees are in bloom.

Oats are up and doing well. Everybody is planting corn. Jim Savage was duck hunting Saturday. Mrs. C.

Hansen is recovering The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases, is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eve and Skin Ointment. Many very bad eases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient Tor itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyrs. 25 The city council has resolved to build considerable new sidewalk, which will be of great benefit and help to beautify our city. The Willis State Bank now has its doors open for business.

Mr. W. Johnson, nnsihior nrill doubt, work up a good business for the bank will be of much credit to our town. Last Friday being the last dav of irom her recent illness. Miss Lenore Hansen visited with Elsie Davis last Monday.

Miss Elsie Davis visited with Mr. Eyer's folks the first of the week. Charlie Bastian has eomolptd cents, per box. For sale by W. W.

Geiger. 2 Willis Items. Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure. Superior to all others.

For all Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Compounded from the most efficient known remedial agents, selected with great care from the markets of the World, and long and successfully used in private school, Prof. Weaver produced A number of farmers are market ing grain at present. some delicious ice-cream and the the job of shingling Mr. Kimber- You may listen for us to toot our children parents went to the lam's house.

school house with baskets filled. Jim flnmmi'n era iran AT horn again next week with cakes and delicacies that would I Sunday and got him a horse to help N. B. Hieatt has been quite busy make one think well think eat. A in his farming this summer taking fn grain the last week O.

Elkington is helping C. C. bountiful dinner was served after which the children entertained a large audience by speeches and Hoop Co. on their new lumber music. All oresent rpnortprl ovWi the Horton semi shed.

L. O. Law of weekly, was on day evening. a VVU time. Wearv Willie.

our streets Satur- Mr. Darby and wife oi Willis visited with their daughter, Mrs. Will Peckham weeek ago Sunday. H. Fouts of Leona moved his threshing outfit from the neighborhood where it has been all winter.

A small boy working for Gus Stansburger received a cut upon the forehead by an axe. It was not Whooping Court. I had a little hoy who was nearly dead from an attack of whooping couuh. My neighbors recommended Chamberlain 'b Couch Remedy. I did practice.

Especially adapted to the relief of Lame Back, frequent, difficult and painful urination, (clearing it when red, cloudy or turbid sediment,) dropsy, rheu-matism, heart disease, diabetes, bed. vetting, female weaknesses, (a veritable mother's cordial.) Dr. Fwmer' Kidney and Backache Cure is offered as an unfailing Remedy in these diseases. He ha dovoted a lifetime to the treatment of Inreferate chronic and ba acquired a world-wide reputation for' his snccess, extending his practice into every State in the Union. Indeed it is confidently believed his practice in theae 4iHcaMt exceeds in a single year that of the ordinary practitioner In a lifetime.

His writings on medic! questions have obtained universal approval. These facts are a guaranty to th afflicted in the selection of this Re med which makes ao directly and speedily for cure. Get of yonr dealer a circular with full description and certificates of som the mtt remarkable cares ever achieved by medicine. serious, only two stitches beins? Hz" :4 not think that any medicine would; taken help him, but after giving him a few Mrs. Dana of Muscotah has been visiting C.

C. Roop and family for the past week. J. J. Comer, the big hearted doctor and hardware man was in Everest Saturday evening.

Dr. Comer has a very nice assortment of implements which he is selling at bottom prices. The recent wind and hail storm broke a large window in Rev. B. A.

doses ot that remedy I noticed an Im All the friends ajid relatives of Sarah Catherine Carr were surprised and shocked to hear pf ber death provement, and one bottle cured him entirely. It is the best cough medl- cine I ever had in the house J. which occurred one week Mon- Moore, Uunrettstown. Pa. tw dav at.

Alta Vista Vouck I meriv sui ivm in thid n. j- or saie ai aiarak Drug Store. i.

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1888-1902