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The Denison Leader from Denison, Kansas • 5

The Denison Leader from Denison, Kansas • 5

Denison, Kansas
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pnuiuuuiiuiiuuuuuiiiuuiutuuaiuuuiiiiiiuuuutuiuuaiuuuiuaainiuun i 0011 DENISON THE LEADER'S LOCAL NEVS LfiHifiwnnnnunitnHHfHHinHffnnHifiwiinHwnHfninniinnmmiiiiinffHinj EVERY CITIZEN CAN DO WS PORTION I Pain shall perish -write the words in the tears of those she's slain, Perish, hopeless and abhorred, nevermore to rule again. We wish to Announce The Liadkb will occupy the bulfd-log south of McConnell'8 store after to-day. Call and see us. H. D.

Houser left ou Monday for Oklahoma. Jacob Wilson who has been sick Is reported better. Wm. Woods was over to Holton on business Monday. The Kansas M.

E. Conference meets at Topeka, March 13th. James Reed and wife have returned from a visit to Augusta. Eugene Marriott Is reported ill with tn attack of pneumonia. James Reed has rented a place near town and will remain here.

We want a corespondent in all sections of eastern Jackson county. Mr. Will Allen's mother is here from Holton making him a visit. G. P.

Wurtz transacted business at the county capital Monday. Miss Mamie Dutt of Birmingham, was a Denison visitor Saturday. Read our advertisements. They ask your trade by offering you inducements. Mr.

and Mrs. Maloot of Beatty, are guests or Mr. ana Mrs. stepnen mc-Alexander. Mrs.

McBeynolds wants to return to Denison soon as she can secure a residence. Wallace McGregor, who has been absent at Leavenwort a week has returned home. Cr Allen went to Winchester yesterday, where he will engage in the shoe business. Robert Pruitt of Circleville, who has been visiting here, returned home to the People of Jackson, Jefferson and Brown coun- ties, that we have secured the agency for the manufacture and sale of Wolcott's Pain Paint In the above mentioned territory, and we want several energetic men and women to assist us in introducing this great pain eradicator throughout the above counties Pain Paint is the only remedy ever made which is as harmless as water, yet cures pain of every nature immediately. Every bottle guaranteed.

AYERS HILL, Denison, Kansas. I i Saturday morning. J. B. Christenson and family left for Kansas City yesterday where they will make their future home.

The many friends of Mrs. Otis HI 1 1 1 I i I i Tom Sanders has returned from bis sojourn in Kentucky. John Wlle from Waubausee coun-tv is here visiting relatives. Prof. Hosack, wife and son, of Holton, were guests of Dick Roberts and family over Sunday.

I Russell Littleton received a tele-hone message Saturday to go over to Holton to do some painting and paper hanging. Uncle J. W. Scneder and hjs esteemed better-half, have returned to town after an absence of a couple of months with relatives in Ada. Mr.

and Mrs. Mont Chapman of South Cedar, and Mr. and Mrs. Chapman of Wymore, visited with Mrs. J.

H. Boies last week. Jay Rlfenbury spent Sunday in Holton. He is now painting the creamery and will have charge of the same, having resigned his position with the Hummer. A creamery and bank for to celebrate the month in which Washington and Lincoln were born, are nice gifts to Denison.

In fact, real nice valentines, don't you think so? Dr. A. Y. Adams, the Birmingham dentist, had rooms at the hotel Saturday. He will visit here regularly every Saturday.

Mrs. Adams came over on the afternoon train to see Denison and accompany him home. Mr. and Mrs George Ross left Wednesday for a few weeks visit with relatives at Beatrice, Neb. Some of the boys suggested it as being their wedding tour, as they have never outlived their honey-moon In all these years.

The Morrill News tells us that S. A. Halderman, was robbed last Wednesday night while enjoying his slumbers mixed with dreams of heavy editorials, ne is well known to our people, being related to Mr. F. 0.

Ayers. Trow Beard of Maple Hill, was here looking at our hotel. He is engaged in that business over there, and is inclined to think this a good town to live in. There is surely a splendid opportunity here and a nicely furnished house for the right hotel people. MARRIED TO-NIGHT.

"Victor Coleman and Miss Maude Bickley will be married at the home of the bride's parents in Jefferson county to-night at 7:30 o'clock. Victor is one of the best boys in Jackson connty and is deserving of the nicest girl in Jefferson. They will reside 3 south and i mile east of Denison. The Leaser joins with a host of friends in extending congratulations. FOR SALE.

Eleven Barred Plymouth Rock Roosters for sale at 60c. each. Two miles east of Denison. 29 George Thompson. GOOD FOR HOLTON! Some person set fire to the building Monday night at Haltoa, which was formerly occupied by the Hicks joint.

Holton is to be congratulated upon getting rid of such "holes of Infamy." With tine institutions of learning in her midst the sale of Intoxicants should not be tolerated one minute. The enforcement of the law will increase the number of students, as parents have no hesitancy in sending their loved ones to such towns. FLOUR AND SALT. A car of fielolt Flour, "Gold Coin" and "Standard has just arrived, and a car of best Kansas salt is also due to arrive. Humkek.

KILLED IN KENTUCKY. There Is a report current that Will Parker was killed in Kentucky last week. He is quite well known In this neighborhood and a brother to John Parker. It seems that he had trouble with his father-in-law about a year ago, when he shot him. Now one of his sons is said to have taken revenge and killed Parker.

POPULATION GROWING. Mr. Ned Button, Principal of our schools, is the proud papa of a nice little girl. This is No. 1 at his house, and even though a stranger, wo can't refrain from congratulating the lady for picking out such a nice papa and mamma.

The grand-pa's are reported enjoying great distinction over this event of Tuesday the 19th. Mr. T. R. Marshall thinks that nice little, new girl of his the finest in the state.

We don't blame him, as she Is the first child at his home, and may she be a blessing to papa and mamma. The Biggest Little Town in Jackson County and One of the Modt Prospective Points I A friend asked us if we intended to "boom this town?" Most certainly. We have boom enough In our carcass to boom the Missouri river if turned loose, and you know that means considerable. Yes, we are a citizen of Denison. It is our home, and we are ready to proclaim It the best town of its size on the face of the earth.

Do you agree with us? It you don't, you need get your faith warmed up and become converted. Denison Is far enough from any larger town to make it a trading point of some consequence. About March 1st, we will have a Creamery in operation which will pay more for cream than any similar establishment in this part of the Domain of Kansas. A bank, on a sound financial footing; organized under the State laws, will be doing business in its handsome quarters on Central Avenue, affording facilities heretofore not existing in Denison for business transactions. It will draw business to town, and every merchant professional man and artisan will gain by this new Institution In the financial world.

We have a nice, and good hotel building in need of a landlord, and the proper "Mine Host" can make the hostlery a pleasant spot in the memory of the traveling public and visitors to our thriving village. We have a canning factory in view, and other good things are within our grasp if we but take advantage of the opportunities as they present themselves to view. Let the good work go on, and we will print you the best newspaper In town, and you will help to make it better by encouraging the good work of saying good things about our town and people and helping them to do good. Bring your eggs to McConnell, he has been paying more than the other fellows the past month. OUR CHURCHES.

Sunday was an enticing winter day and almost everybody went to church, as there were services at all of the churches. It was quarterly meeting Sunday at the M. E. church and Presiding El der Zimmerman of Lawrence, occu pied the pulpit Sunday morning having failed to get here for Quarterly meeting Saturday, which was con ducted by the Pastor, Rev. Thomas H.

Cool. The Sunday sermon by the Elder was heard by a fair-sized congregation and enjoyed by all pr.sent. In the evening Mr. Stephen Launing, who was visiting here, preached to a large congregation, and the sermon was well received. At the Christian church Elder R.

V. Leeson had a very good congregation both morning and evening, and those present were spiritually refreshed. There was a good attendance at Sunday school. The United Presbyterian congregation had divine at the morning hour, Rev. J.

A. Ferguson preaching at the services to a very good Congregation. They had fair attendance at Sunday school. Rev. Wallace preached at the Reformed Presbyterian church at the morning hour to a very good-sized congregation.

When You Want to build, get me to figure on your Lumber bill as my line of Lumber, Sash and Blinds is complete and large and you will find Prices are reasonable. Hair, Lime and Cement always on hand. Your Patronage Is solicited. James Gillies, Denison, Kans. i i.

I -U A weeay win regreu vu ucar sue bum- tinues very sick. The little one is doing nicely. Miss Lizzie Groft of Clyde, who has been the guest of her brother, W. I. Groff and family, returned to her home Thursday.

-S. H. Carlile arrived from Clyde yesterday morning for a couple days (visiting his family. We hope he will decide to locate here. The Avenue Hotel at Holton has a good reputation, and Landlord Johnson and family will take good care of you when you are in the city.

Pr. Earl V. Adams the Birmingham dentist, will be at the hotel, Saturday, March 2d. Teeth $7. Full set $14.

including all extractions. B. B. Gillece and family rolled in from Oklahoma In a Prairie Schooner Saturday. They will occupy the resl- HARDWARE Builders' and General Hardware I dence vacated by Will McConnell.

Mrs. John Montgomery has sold her place adjoining town to a Mr. Beau-J champ. She has rented a place from George Sill and will move to town. Ladles, our new spring stock of I mllllnerv will be lanrer and more I complete than ever before.

Rest ea- I ey and we will have it on time. Ayers Hill. i R. G. Young of Holton, brother-ln-jlaw of Samuel Kennedy visited in thi-i vicinity Monday.

He's one iof Jackson county's foremost citizens i and hereafter will read The Leader. Implements and Harness! We Repair Harness, Pumps and Tinware Promply I Good time a year to Buy Wife a Washing Machine. We sell theml "Charter Oak" Stoves. This Old Reliable Sold Here! George Moore who has been absent to California for six weeks returned home Friday evening, and was a Saturday. He reports a pleasant trip, rejoices to return to Kansas, and ''M lis many friends are glad to see him wck.

Stephen Lannlng of Allen, was here "SEE OUR NEW "Set Length" Pump, And you will Save Money I WILLIAM WOODS, -er Sunday visiting his brothers, seph and George. He formerly re-I Idcd In this community and greeted nany old acquaintances while In the I Mage. He is a most affable gentle-' ian. Dr. E.

V. Adams will be at the otel Saturday, March 2d, and owing a so many patients will kindly ask You. C3TCall and see us, as we will Please DR. T. A.

HOOD, Physician Surgeon Calls promptly answered day or night OFFICE IN DRUG STORE RESIDENCE UVEB THE STORE DENISON, KANSAS Buy Express Money Orders. They are Payable anywhere by banks or business men. Absolutely Safe. No appl ideations to fill out. Receipts given.

W. I. Groff, Agent. mie to call in the forenoon as it Is nposstbleto accomodate all in the fternoon; many having been turned way last Saturday. 1 A pleasant time is reported by all ho attended the social at the home Elder R.

V. Leeson Saturday night 'id they say the sewing circle for the ys showed who of the number are to old bachelors, while the operation made the girls all de- "tnlo not. to be old maids. Refresh- i nts were enjoyed. I.

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