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Goddard Gazette from Goddard, Kansas • 1

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Goddard Gazettei
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GODDARD GAZETTE G. Burnham, Editor. Laugh At Our Mistakes, Profit By Your Own. Clara M. Burnham, Local Editor.

Vol. Goddard, Sedgwick County, Kansas, Friday, December 9, 1910. No. 32. WANTED All your coal hauling, draying and transfer work.

Prices reasonable. Phone 49. F. BRADLEY Local and Personal. Lecture course to-night.

A car load of shelled corn just received, at Adler's. This community was treated to a typical Kansas snow storm last Monday. Carl Emmerich made a business trip to the county capital Wednesday, A Mead county boy started this week for a trip around the world on motorcycle. Do not forget Eldredge at opera house to-night. Secure your reserved seats early, at Wood's.

Mrs. Nannie Campbell left Saturday for an extended visit to relatives near Flemington, Missouri. If you want to enjoy a hearty laugh, don't fail to hear Gilbert A. Eldredge at the opera house December '9. Is your property insured? If not call on V.

A. Reece, who represents a home institution, the Osage Insurance Co. of Topeka. Mrs. Loren Kemp had a quilting last Friday afternoon, in which sevhar ladies participated Light rehoreshments were served and all theyent a pleasant afternoon.

As we go to press we are informed that Mrs. Harriet J. Brown, mother of Mrs. Elmer Rishel, died Tuesday, December 6, 1910, while visiting relatives at Haigler, Neb. Ray Shellenberger came up.

from Wichita Thursday of last week, and while visiting friends here assisted us in printing last week's edition. He says it comes natural for him to fool around a print shop. Mrs. M. L.

Wykoff and daughter Vida, of Cheney, were visiting Saturday and Sunday at the homes of E. C. Wood and Perry Wykoff. They deft Monday for a visit to home of J. S.

Pipkin, at Wichita. The farmers of Sedgwick county need not be discouraged about their wheat crop, since Clark Burdge sold This two-third interest of 120 acres of wheat to a contractor and builder of Wichita for $700. Just think of the banks refusing to accept a mortgage on wheat at any price. 0- 10000000 01 Do Not Buy Your 10 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Until you have investigated our superb line. Christmas commit tees can save money by buying their Christmas candies of us.

Call Phone No. 15. W. W. GRAVES.

A 00 --100 Perry Wykoff and family were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wood.

The two churches here, Methodist and Baptist, are arranging programs for Christmas entertainment. Mrs. Mary Seever, who has been visiting relatives in Medford, Oklahoma, returned to her home in Goddard last Monday night. Mrs. Minnie Martindale entertained a good sized audience at the opera house last Friday evening with a discourse along the line of education and Socialism.

While one may not agree with her ideas as to the best method of eliminating many of the financial and social evils that surround us, yet he must admit that she puts up a mighty good argument, and that she is a bright and entertaining speaker, and those of our citizens who failed to hear her, missed an intellectual treat. Miss Goldie Coons visited over Sunday with her friend, Miss Irma Williams, at Cheney. Mae Elliott, who for the past six weeks has been visiting her brother, C. G. Elliott, and family, of, Fort Worth, Texas, arrived home the latter part of last week, and reports a most delightful time.

Gazette family were agreeably surprised one evening last week when our friend, J. W. Callahan, presented them with a gallon of nice, sweet, newly made cider. He certainly knows how to gladden the editor's heart, and he has our thanks for the same. For Sale.

I have an exellent mare mule for sale that stands 17 1-2 hands in height; color black, and will weigh about 1200 pounds. She is sound in every respect. Call and see her, or address Charley Proffitt, Goddard, Kansas. DROP IN And buy your winter provisions, such as Groceries, Shoes and Notions. Don't fail to see our line of Overshoes, warm lined, Felt Shoes and Slippers for both men and women; and don't forget that winter suit, made to measure and made to fit.

Remember, we keep a nice line of Candies, Fruits, Nuts and cigars. Call in and see us when in town, and DROP OUT Satisfied E. C. WOOD. Insure Your Property in the Osage Insurance Co.

OF A Home Institution. V. A. REECE, Local Agent. Schulte Pick-ups.

Everybody enjoyed the snow which fell Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. Polman are visiting friends near Schulte.

Miss Ida Woolworth spent Sunday with home folks. Claud McMillen is attenhing school at the Wichita Business College. Miss Cecelia Schulte is on the sick list The Misses Hortense and Maude Boardner, in company with, their friend from Wichita, spent Sunday with the Misses Schilds. Mr. and Mrs.

H. P. Faber's little son Henry had the misfortune to break his arm by falling from a last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Schulte took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mart Mitchell Sunday. Chas. Ogden and family were tite guests Mr.

and Mrs. W. Ogden last Sunday. Claude McMillen spent Sunday with the home folks. F.

Mitchell and family, George Patry and family, Mrs. W. Schulte and Mae Lane took supper with Mr. and Mrs. P.

Schulte Sunday. At Rest. Died, December 1, 1910, Mrs. Elsie Ann Haycraft, of Wichita. She A Good Weak.

The Goddard charge consists of three appointments, Goddard, Oatvill and Independence. The pastor Rev Loren W. Kemp, has just closed a revival campaign lasting seventy days and nights continuously. He has baptized forty and received fifty new members in the church. During the eight months of this conference year the pastor has made 570 visits, conducted eight funerals, attended every Sabbath two Sunday Schools and one Epworth League.

besides preaching three sermons. A new church will probably soon be built at the Independence appointment, as one result of the revival. The new M. church at Oatville is greatly appreciated and the people are showing their appreciation by increased interest and attendance. The presiding elder, Rev.

A. O. Ebright, spoke very encouraging words of our progress in Sunday School, Epworth League and church work at our recent quarterly meeting. This charge is paying the pastor $1000 cash this year, besides the parsonage at Goddard, where he resides, and he certainly earns it, and they are paying up in full every month. Subscribe for The Gazette.

List your real estate with Corey. Gilbert A. Eldredge, at the opera house Friday evening, December 9. Rev. Drumm, the new pastor of Baptist church, and wife, are now domiciled in the parsonage, their household goods having arrived from Cunningham a few days ago.

Those of our people who have had the pleasure of hearing him preach, speak of him in very complimentary terms. was born in Sullivan county, December 17, 1820, lacking but sixteen days of being 90 years old. Deceased was united in marriage to Isaac V. Haycraft in January, 1845, in Illinois; came to Kansas in 1870, locating in Sedgwick county in 1871, living in Afton township eight years; Pre-empted the 160 acres now owned by J. Kile; was converted and united with the Mt.

Pleasant Baptist church at Nedora, in January. 1842. She leaves one son, F. G. Havcraft, and his family of Wichita.

The rest of her family have preceeded her to the other shore. She was an aunt of J. H. Rhoads, of Goddard, and was laid away in the Attica cemetery. Mr.

Gilbert A. Eldredge has 1'0 the stage to-day but very few contemporaries who have the ability of presenting an evening's entertainment as interestingly and in such vastly varying casts of characters as does he. Every number was feature of the entertainment. IT Mr. Edlredge ever visits this city again there is no question but be will need to appear in the largest house to accommodate the greet number that will be eager to attend his entertainment.

Washington (Minn.) Globe. At opera house, in Goddard, Friday evening, December 9th. Reserve seats on sale at E. G. Wood's store.

I want your butter, eggs and poultry, and until further notice will pay the following prices: For good A grade butter, 28 cts. For good Grade butter. 23 cts. For good eggs, per dozen, 27 cts. For frys, 2 lbs and under, 10 All other poultry in proportion.

W. W. Gravee,.

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