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The Breeze from Bartlett, Kansas • 1

The Breeze from Bartlett, Kansas • 1

The Breezei
Bartlett, Kansas
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I subscriptions are payable in advance. A blue mark here indicates that your subscription is due and if not paid, the paper will be stopped within a reasonable time. VOLUME I THE Still They Come New Goods arriving Every Day. line of Childrens' Just Received: Misses' and Ladies' Cloaks and Sweaters and Mens Sweaters at the very lowest prices, and a full line of Rubber Goods for all sizes of feet. Slicker Coats and Suits.

Childrens' and Boys' School Suits. GROCERIES DRESS GOODS. 15c can oats, now. 10c Dress Ginghams 10c-12 1-2c pkg Maple Leaf Coffee 20c Standard calico 6c 40c 30c .6 1-4c-10c 15c baking powder. 10c in all colors, with barCrackers, 1-lb 7c gains all through every 15c jar sweet pickles department.

Don't fail to get Lyons' BEST Flour, the best on earth. We also buy Cream. Satisfaction guaranteed. Highest prices for produce. It will pay you to trade at Big Store Dowell's Bartlett, Kansas Local Happenings Mi.

and Mrs. Jas. Reed returned Saturday to Bartlett from Humerick, and will locate in Bartlett permanently, occupying the rooms in the rear of Lugeanbeal's store. S. J.

Wheeler of Edna was a visitor Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wiley and family, returning home in the evening.

While riding along the road north of Bartlett Saturday the horse belonging to Andy Sexton bf Craig county dropped dead under him, leaving Andy ed far from home. Friends happening along in the nick of time assisted in making arrangements for the disposal of the horse and book him home: John Dreitzler is building a bay window on the south of J. 0. Wiley's residence. Wm.

Lugeanbeal left for the Kansas City markets Saturday and will return home today. O. G. Stamm, representing the Pittsburg Grocery Co. and A.

D. Protheroe, Pittsburg salesman for the Cudahy were in the city Friday interviewing their many friends among the merchants. Miss Lena Abbott was a visitor with her sister and family in Coffeyville Thursday and Friday. Buvinger Dealers in Poultry and Produce We meet all legitimate competition. North side track Bartlett, Kan.

C. R. Dowell Blacksmith Machinist Wagonwork All work promptly cuted in a workmanlike manner. Your work solicited. Died.

-Thursday, Sept. 29, Zelpha Christine, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs: S. S. Barron, aged 5 months, 1 week and 4 days: Funeral services were held at the M.

E. church Friday, Sept. 30, conducted by Rev. Borgeson, after which the little body was consigned to its last restihg place in Lake creek cemetery. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to Mr.

and Mrs. Barron in their hour of deepest sorrow. Mrs. T. E.

Baty and daughter, Miss Blanche attended the fair in Coffeyville Saturday. Mrs. T. D. Bickham visited in Edna with relatives Saturday and Sunday.

Alec Graue visited last week in Parsons, returning home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. Li Rainey returned home Friday from an ex tended trip of the past three months in Oregon and Idaho.

Mrs. Jess Biggs is spending a few days in Pittsburg, visiting with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reece are moving into the store building temporarily, owing to the fact that they must give possession of their residence to Mr.

and Mrs. S. D. Whiting, who will take possession next week, moving back to Bartlett from Cherokee, Kan. Closing Out Sale, Everything at Cost! Owing to the fact that I intend to quit business entirely, I offer my entire stock as above stated, of Drugs and Groceries Reserved Will sell either by the piece or the entire stock and building Call and investigate.

W. C. Hance, Kansas Bartlett, BREEZE BARTLETT, LABETTE COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER If you want a good Sewing Maching GET THE New Home For Sale By Fritz Kansas. Bartlett, C.

B. 10-13 While in Bartlett last week the small poodle dog belonging to Mrs. Lane went out on a seeing Bartlett trip all by himself and failed to return. Search was made but he could not be found. Saturday morning.

Section Foreman Hobson and his men were leaving on the car for the end of the section Mr. Hobson saw something which made his eyes stick out like door knobs, and he told the crew: "Boys, there's the biggest cockle burr I ever saw--and it's alive, too." Investigation revealed that it was the lost poodle, who in the pursuit of field mice, rabbits and other game, had got into a burr patch and the burrs were SO tightly woven in his hair that he could not even bat his eyes. Mr. Hobson returned him to his mistress and received the reward of $1.00 offered. The poodle had to be sheared before he looked like Mr.

and Mrs. Ralph Lane of Altamont were visitors Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. F. T.

Stephens. Joe Vandermark Mrs. N. Vandermark and Miss Tressie Betsoo spent Thursday and Friday in Coffeyville, returning home Friday evening. Miss Maud Gott returned to Mound Valley Thursday, after a week's visit here with her uncle; A.

E. Gillett and family. Mrs: Sam Bishop and daugh ter, Mrs. Chas. Thuma are visitors this week with relatives and friends of Welch, Okla.

Hi Romine bought the Brock cattle the first of the week and took them to his place on Hackberry, from whence he will ship them in the next two or three weeks. All Woodmen are requested to be present at the hall Saturday day night, Oct. 8, without fail. Important business. We desire to thank the many kind friends who so kindly ren dered every assistance possible in the late loss of our little one.Mr.

and Mrs. Stanley Barron. Ross Fritz was a visitor and sight-seer in Coffeyville. Newt Vandermark has added two disc plows to his farm equip ment. Mrs.

Albert Clark left Friday for a few days' visit in Pittsburg, Kans. J. L. Hanley has been manufacturing sorghum for the past two weeks at his place, west of Bartlett, and soon will have plenty ready for marketing purposes. Mrs.

W. F. Hobson is a visitor this week with her daughter, Mrs. Fern Bolton; Mr. and Mrs.

Hobson are now grandpa and grandma, and W. F. is swelled up accordingly, and was unable to attend to his work Monday. E. Bourquin DEALER IN Hay and Coal Highest market prices paid at all times.

A yard full of A-No-1 coal stove -and thresher purposes. BARTLETT KANSAS THE PAPER THAT WILL MAKE BARTLETT FAMOUS As A TRADING POINT Watch the Advertisements of Our Up-to-Date Merchants 6, 1910 Gone to Market! Will return the latter part of the week and soon thereafter the New Goods will Begin to arrive. Reserve your buying until you see them. The following low prices will continue for one more week. Get the benefit of these low prices, quickly.

50 safely pins 3c 100-1bs cane sugar $5 90 6 spools thread 25c 3 cans hominy 25c 6c prints 5 1-2c 3 cans 25c 12c outings. 11c 3 cans corn 25c 10c outing 9c 6 5c pkgs tobacco. 25c 9c outing Sc lb 45c 10c giughams. 9C 1 lb Star. 45c 9c ginghams.

8c lb Growler. 15c 60c dress 50c 1 lb Solid Silver. 19c 10c fleeced goods. 9c 50c Imperial tea 35c Paper of 3c 1 lb India tea 25c 50c 45c 3 pkgs Post Toasties. 23c 75c shirts.

60c 10c pkg starch. 5c $1 95c 4 lbs Navy 25c $4 shirts. 84 Crackers by box Te 4 3 50 Polar Bear flour $1 40 00 50 shoes 3 05 Lexican flour. 40 3 shoes 2 85 Sunflower flour 1 35 Please do not ask for the above prices where goods are charged. Trade where you can do the best, if it IS at Lugeanbeal's The Bartlett Livery, Feed AND Sale Stable FEED YARD IN CONNECTION Every accommodation extended the public and all business promptly executed.

J. W. Eckelbarger. Bartlett, Ks. Died.

-Sept 28, Irene, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beck of Oswego Rd. 4, aged 1 year and 1 month. Funeral services were conducted by Dr.

C. S. Bendure, at the family residence and interment in Phillips cemetery Thursday. The many friends of the bereft family extend their sympathy in this sad hour. Rebecca Lodge No.

323 herewith extends to our sister Mrs. Stanley Barron and husband our heartfelt sympathy in the dark hours following the loss by death of their little one, and may the blessings of an all wise and an all-inerciful God who knoweth best the reasons for taking back the little spirit entrusted to their keeping for a short time, sustain them and help them to bear their great -Mrs. J. T. Brandon.

Mrs. E. M. Brown Mrs. P.

A. Robinett. Committee. Ell Davidson of Coffeyville, was in Bartlett Monday visiting with old friends. He is looking for a sale for his mammoth Jack, which has stood for the past three seasons in the country near Bartlett, also was looking for a couple of broom makers for the Coffeyville factory.

Remember the township Sunday school convention today (Thursday) commencing at 1:30 Everyone invited to be p.m. present. Mrs. C. R.

Dowell was in Coff feyville the latter part of the week attending the fair. Mr: Dowell went over Saturday even ing and both returned to Bart lett Sunday evening. Another car of coal just re' ceived at the coal yard. -E Bour quin, Bartlett, Kan. Miss Hattie Near of Emporiar is a visitor this week with Miss Mildred Scarlott of Chetopa Rd.

1, north of Bartlett. Preaching at the Christian church Sunday 11 a.m; 7:80 p.m: Sunday school 10 a.m. Everyone invited. Epworth League M. E.

church Sunday evening 7:00 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Everyone invited to attend and take active part. Preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.

m. Sunday school at 11 a.m. Alf cordially invited to be present. F. M.

Brown Bartlett. Kai Oklahoma and Kansas Dirt Farm Ranch and Oil land of every description on our lists. We can satisfy any land seeker on earth. NUMBER 6 G. S.

Davis Blacksmith and Wagonmaker All work promptly executed with neatness and dispatch. Your business solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Mary Tullis of Carthage, is over this week attending to her postoftice duties.

Mr. Tullis drove over the first of the week and took home the balance of their household goods, Mrs. Tullis returning with him. Mr. and Mrs.

F. T. Stephens visited in Altamont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lane and other friends, returning to Bartlett in the evening.

Mrs. W. C. Jarrett returned home Saturday morning from an extended visit of the. past three months in Cleveland and other eastern points in Northern Ohio.

Mrs. Andrew Carter of Carthage, is a visitor this week with her brother, Orville Shobe and wife of Chetopa Rd. 1- Mr. and Mrs. John Dreitzler were Chetopa visitors last week, looking after their tickets, and other matters incident to their leaving for the Pacific coast sometime next week, accompanied by Mrand Mrs Jacob Drietzler, for a month or two.

Jackson Newman of Welch received at Oswego last week 176 head of Western Kansas cattle which will average around 1.200 which they will put on feed at once for the holiday markets. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Goodknight of near Altamont were in Bartlett Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs.

Barron's baby. Mt. and Mrs. W. H.

Bendure and granddaughter, Pearl, of Dutch Mills, are visitors with their son, C. S. Bendure and family, and renewing bld acquaintances in Bartlett and vicinity. A party was given, at the residence of J. F.

Thompson, on Tur key creek Friday night, at which were present about fifty of the young folks of the neighborhood and of Bartlett. The affair was given in honor of Miss Nellie Orr of Ossawatomie, who had been a visitor for the past week with her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Thompson and family.

The even ing was spent in games and music, followed up at a late hour with an ice cream and cake supper, after which the party dis persed for their homes, after expressing their thanks to their hostesses, Misses Georgia, Louia and Eva Thompson, for a delightful evening. Miss Orr returned to her home Monday evening. Mrs. Nancy Flatt left Friday for a visit with relatives of Nevada, Mo. Norman Bartlett transacted business in Chetopa Saturday.

FOR SALE CHEAP- An Owens' pea and bean huller, guaranteed to thresh clean, ready for market without cracking the grains. 10-bu. per hour capacity, with 4- horse -J. L. Goldsmith, Bartlett, Kan.

Orval Matthews AUCTIONEER Farm and Stock Sales my. Specialty. Satisfaction al ways guaranteed. Phorle Oswego, 1801 2 10-13 S. WHITING Groceries, Meats Fresh Bread, etc.

Produce taken in exchange. Don' forget "SUNFLOWER" Flour. I also have my fall sample book.of all wool goods. Better inspect. them before buying your winter suit.

Bartlett, Kans: T. P. Burns All Dealer Kinds in of Shelf and Heavy Hardware Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Etc. A full line of Paints, Oils, Etc. Visitors always welcome..

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