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The Oil Leader from Chautauqua, Kansas • 5

The Oil Leader from Chautauqua, Kansas • 5

The Oil Leaderi
Chautauqua, Kansas
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Procrastination is the thief of gain as well as time, Oswego With palpitating heart, we learn Of misery and pin: The culmination, to 'tis said, Of a Columbus sprai Incurred by our light-hearted friend At Central Lula Crain. Our sympathy we here extend. To soothe and to abate As as possible, th p-irf Such accidents Whili Nellie rings the Frisco up. Alas! But suca is Tbfl HIP" lll Et Lou11 Bro' on- The lonSr jou pntoflf llli UJg UUlif calling on tha more money you will bu out for during tho next twelve months READ AND INVESTIGATE DON'T be deceived by what competitors tell you But come and see the Goods Closing Out to Quit Get prices from me in person and then decide for yourself as to good qualities, grades and prices. You will find in our warerooms a full line of the following Coods: After six weeks selling we hav sold almost double the amount of goods we expected, itill we hare a large stock of our best goods left.

While we admit that iu tome Hoes we are entirely out and others badly broken, we have other Htaple lines intact and the opportunity far bargains are as great as ever, The success of this sal proves it was no bluff. Two Women Wronged Fine Meals at Southerns. Dr. W. II, Green is poorly.

Chas. L. Way is in Oswego. Bert Read's eye is well again. U.

II. Brock is widowed no more. Bert Head went to Parsons on Friday. Will Reamer was in Walnut on Friday. Grand Music at the Blue Front Bakery.

Katie Southern is at O. E. Woods. Ed Baker was in Altauiont on Sunday. Sweetest Candies.

Bine Front Bkery. Cori Glasscock spent Sunday in parsons Mrs. 8, B. Miller is back from Chicago. Dr.

F. L. Loper's veterinary out fit is fine, Will Reamer was in the city on Saturday. Dr. Richards of Parsons was here Friday.

Mr. L. II. Somrcers was in Chet-opa last week, An immense stock of pianos at Bradley, Rock Island, and Sjra-cubc Sulky and Walking Plows. Among them being the celebrated Ray Sulky plows Also same rnakea of Disc and Steel Lever Harrows, Walking.

Rding and 6teel Disc Cultivators, Corn Planters. End Gate Seeders, Day Rakes and double Shovel Plows and Hap-good Disc Plows. Peter Schutt-ler, Milburn, and Tifflri Wagons, Bradley, Lapoit, John Deere, Columbia, and Decatur Buggies and Spring Wagons. I am also agent for the celebrated Deering Harvesters, Mowing Machines, flay Rakes, and Deer-iug Twine. WE WANT TO AND ARE GOING TO QUIT Don't wait any longer, time Is money to us.

Take advantage of this sale as well as your ueighber This firm is liable to change hands any day, when this opportunity will be gone. The atore will then bo restocked and prices again placed upon a profit basis same as other stores Thanking our many friends and patrons for their liberal patronage during this sale and assuring you it will not list loug, we ara Respectfully Yours, LOUGH BROTHERS N. Remember your produce good as cash during Leave orders NOW for Deering Binders and Twine at guaranteed prices. 1 1-2 blocks west of the Deming Investment Company's building, on Katy Depot Oswego, Ks. Kindly cal' and examine our goods before buying elsewhere, as it will be to your advantage.

the Enterprise. P. S-. LYNN CO. REAL ESTATE Fino Lift of Farm and City Property.

J. 0. Richcreek Implement company If You Vani to Buy or Sell CHF1C5 OVER OSWECO STATS BANK, Oswego, Kansas misunderstanding ordors. Met freight train. Happened to be morning on a straight line.

Saw each other in time to stop. Regards t.i you and 6uccess to four paper. JJE8 II. 0. Turner, Argentine, Kas.

Two Women Wronged FRANK BURKETT Altamont, Kansas Tonsorial Artist Heudquarters for Stoves, Hardware and Tinware, Banquet Steel Ranges Altamont Ur. C. A. Stephens oes Dental Work THE FINEST FURNITURE I Kansas. A.

E. Warden was in Altamont on Saturday You can't keep War den down. He's a hustling, hustling rustler from Hustletown. He works the Enterprise piano in fine John Pearson has moved from his country home south of town to Oswego. John is bright, happy and cheerful.

He will be missed at Pleasant Valley; but we are glad to gaiu hi in and his family. Frauk Brady has a new horse, a new buggy, and a new light wagon. We can understand the horse and buggy. Mr. Brady and his friend will occupy the buggy.

But that light wagon! What on earth? Frank, you tell us. John Stanwaity has an automobile. He is in the leaa. We have seen it and found it a magnificent affair. A few more men like John will bring Oswego up.

He ran it through ihe deep mud last week to the Katy. It is a five horse power. John has bought it for pleasure. Success. Oswego will have a street fair and carnival during the first week in June.

There will be a voting contest and a queen elected. A lady from St. Louis will train a large concert choir for the occasion. There will be a large number of shows and attractions of the usual kind as well as the latest novelty exhibitions. The two most prominent blocks on Main street are to be used.

The many friends of Mrs. H. 0. Turner will be sorry to learn that she and her family have left their beautiful home three miles north of Osvsego, and moved to Argentine, Kan. Her loving disposition has won its way to the hearts of her neighbors in Breece district.

Benton Scott was in the city Friday evening. Oswego is on the climb. She is lushing forward. Just call and see our Candies. Blue Front Bakery.

Chaa. M. Chapman of Cherry vale was here San day. II. D.

Edminister of Groye I. T. was in town on Monday. Two Women Wronged Mr. and Mrs.

Bridgman returned from Illinois on Sunday. George of Mound Valley was here on Sunday. Special meeting's in the Baptist Church closed Friday nignt. The high five club met on Saturday night at Frauk Dent's. Mrs.

S. G. Southern has a finger that she has seriously Injured. Mrs. E.

E. Rose is reported slightly better. We are glad. Prof. J.

F. Kaho was here from Altamont on Saturday and Sanday. Dr. Riobards and L. Loper spent Friday on the Deming ranch.

Wm. Stephens, Register of Deeds is some better; and is still improv. ing, Miss Emma Bickle entertained on Friday afternoon iu honor of the Misses Swartz. Mrs. M.L.

Way went to Coffey-ville on Friday to sue her sister, Mrs. Arthur Clark. The latter has been very ill indeed. R. J.

Couderman ot Taraont Was in Oswego on Saturday and Chetopa on Sunday. lie went to Ohetopa to see the home R. W. Wright cleaning up his yard once more. If we had more men like Dr.

Wright we should push upward and onward Rev. Peck em has been quite successful in special meetings in the iptist Church. Several have manifested a desire to lead a higher life. Two Women Wronged Loan Collins is painting his bouse. This is one advantage of owning one's own place.

We are not always working for the other fellow, when he owns the property Grand Display Diamond Latest Bed Room Suites. E. HEWITT Physician and Surgeon. Surgery a Spc cialty. 14 Years Experience Altamout, Kans.

Gall on Couches. WILKINS COMPANY 0. W. REAM, Notary Public Insurants Real Estate and Loan Agent LABETTE KANS WITH PURPOSE Should yonr Watchec, Clooki, and Jewelry letd any atUa-tion, kindly gtv us a small har of yonr work, fl. I.TODD.


UBSCR1BE NOWfoi The Pilot so as to read the first chapter. She has gone through the deep waters of affliction with us; but we hope for brighter aud happier days in the future. March 3rd, 1003; Editor Creasy, Dear Sir: Arrived at Argentine at 7 o'clock a. Sunday la good shape. Narrowly crcaned a wreck at Uistho by tha agent C.

N. PETTY, Altamont, Kansas. Physician and Surgeon.

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