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Uniontown Cicerone and Redfield Ledger from Uniontown, Kansas • 1

Uniontown Cicerone and Redfield Ledger from Uniontown, Kansas • 1

Uniontown, Kansas
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mi- I tie utoloiitowi S1PES1 YEAR $1 PER YEAR and THIS RBDHELD LEDGER When sick, see your doctor. When in distress, see your banter. They might not be a cure for every ill but there is usually a remedy. Union State Bant Vol. No.

16 Uniontown, HourlHin County, Kansas, Thursday, January 13, 1021. Number 5 Pie Social A Success -5 AT YOU It SEBV1CK OLSTEKHiOfcLROY MBSTRflCT W. km ME Monday night, January 10th, a crowd gathered at the Goff School House and enjoyed an old time spelling contest. Both old and young were given a chance to spell and nearly everyone spelled. The last three standing were Ruth Geiger, Ida Soules and Vera Richards.

After the contest, Mr. Kent sold the pies and $45.80 was raised. The success of this part of the social is given to Col. Kent. The proceeds of the social will be used for school equipment.

Sleighing! Examiners of Titles and Conveyancers A NB Bonded by AMERICAN SURETY of New 7 Bast Wall Street. 'Phone 306. FORT SCOTT, KANSAS. 9 We are overstocked on all winter goods, owing to the unusal mild season and must dispose of them at once to make room for our spring goods. Rather than carry these over we are offering a number of Suits and Overcoats at less than Half their value.

Not so very cold, considerin'. Sleighing is better than Ptninnv arA rVt ilrlyon To 3 irsT CTirinr rf tha can arn noma Abbott John Bruner, and Wednesday night Jan 12 21. children, Tom Kent and daugh- ters J. E. Joiner and son, Perleyj DeamV Liquid Meat Smoke Baldwin, J.

W. Bailey, Frank at the Cit Drug store of New Castle, Jas. Barnhard, with their wives I Latest 1921 Patterns in Wall Elizabeth Kough, Mrs Rachel Paper at the City Drug Store. Griffith, Mrs. Alice Misses Agnes Stevens, Opal Bru-' Harold Konantz was a visitor ner, Leora Bailey, Dorothy Barn to Ft.

Scott Sunday afternoon. hard; Messrs. Wm. Bruner, Ira nhnnrf Pinri Rfhnhprt. nTirf Tra McKmnis Hartman are list- The members of the Mt.

Olive Aid Society entertained their husbands and a few friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Barnhard Thursday evening of last week. During the evening oysters, crackers and pickles were served. Those who attend-eed were and Mrs.

Ira Kough Kelley Weston, Jesse Anderson, Chas. Williams, Edward Craw-fkord, John Kistler, Don Davis, John Stone, O. E. Bruner, Otis Bruner, Clarence Bulla and son, ro. pntan Schubert.

mg two extra good farms for sale, this week. Fort Scott Mrs. M. Cox, of Yates Center, has been visiting her sons, E. M.

and Mont. Cox. SINCLAIR TRACTOR OILS Now is the time to lay in your supply of Tractor Oil for spring and summer. We can make you some attaactive prices in barrel or half ban el lots Mrs. EJ3.

Julian and Mrs. D. J. Waters are planning a visit to relatives in Nebraska. S.

McKinnis and J. W. were in Kansas City, Goodrich Tires Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turney, of New Castle.

have been visiting relatives here. Konantz Newsettes We will receive, in few days, a shipment of Goodrich Tires 6000 mile guarantee. Ask us for anything in the automobile line. If we haven't got it we'll do our be3t to get it for you. Mrs.

J. W. Tennyson, of Iola, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller. E.

J. McClure and wife, of Pittsburg, are here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

Kerlee. For a limited time we will make a Special Cash Sale Price nn rir snrfc nf TTnrsA Rhnp Antn KERLEE 8 JONES Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wrighf now of Fort Scott, are the parents of a fine baby boy. Uniontown, Kansas Gragemen.

W. W. Ludlum is among those XireS) new stock and anti. who have advanced their sub- skid, scriptions during the week. Regular G.

W. KleTIndife and C. Size Pri? Sale Prif 3 D. Jones and wife, made a busi- 30x3 $17.65 $15 ness trip to Pittsburg, Monday. 30x3 $21 00 -----fl? $29.40.

$25 Just received our Wall Paner. 34x4 $37.15 $34 Deam's Liquid Meat Smoke Mrs. Earl Swink has returned from a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Treadway, at Erie.

W. W. Wells, Ed Wolf, Mr. Morris and the editor spent the day, Tuesday, in Fort Scott. now on hand ready for you.Save The A.

H. T. A. supper and entertainment which was to be held at Redfield next Saturday night has been postponed to a later date. time and trouble by using this Come in and select yours before $35.35 $30 guaranteed preparation.

The it is picked over. The City 32x31 2... $26 .60 $24 City Drug Store. Drug Store. 1 To those who are not users of Mobiloil for your cars we say to Elmer Latta, of California, has been visiting his cousin, Pearley Baldwin and family.

Ed. Glover, the Redfield try it once. Dram your crank A 4. iviciure anu Wlie ana- Kj. W. jmrl int Tint in ho onrront insurance A ride over the Turkey Creek neighborhood shows lots of road improvement and hege cutting. estate and agent, was here last Monday. Kerlee and wife were all amount of the correct grade. If Bronson Tuuesday you are not satisfied with the Elmer Phillips, of Ada, Ohio, yU a cousin of Edward Crawford, ,011 has been visiting his relatives in lrade with us. J.

W. Tennyson, of Iola, was here Monday visiting with old friends. He is leaving his furniture business in charge of Ed. Morris while he takes a trip to Texas and other points. I A ME this section during last month.

Konantz Lumber and Grain Company. BIG- HOW Mrs. Gertie Cox accompanied her sister, Mrs. McCaslin, to Oklahoma City for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Gip- son Anderson. 99 A Sagebrush Gentlema -notice: I want your Poultry, Butter and Eggs and will pay you in CASH the highest price for all you will bring. Featuring Robert Burns and Charlotte Merriam The rock road is now complete to Turkey Creek bridge but is closed to travel. The workmen are now busy on the last stretch ending at the city limits. At the annual meeting of the board of directors of the Ft.Scott State Bank, Glen H.

Whiteside was elected cashier to succeed Frank Cunningham. Mr. Cunningham has been vice-president and cashier. Mr. Whiteside has come up through the bank, he having been employed there for a number of years and having earned the confidence of the di One Reel International Anything in Overshoes to-day? Two Reels of Comedy "Loose Lions and Faint Hearts" Saturday Night, Jan.

15th rectors by his ability and close A.I T-r Uniontown, Kansas. uLLtJnwun 10 Dusmess. tie nas been assistant cashier for sever al years.Tribune..

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