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Benton Record from Benton, Kansas • 8

Benton Record from Benton, Kansas • 8

Benton Recordi
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i k. 5 HERE AND TflEBE. Mra. Stephens and daughter JJ' I I COREYS BARBER SHOP is the place for GOOD. BARBER WORK-.

Ella tnd Mrs. Flora Bums werfe shopping irf il Dorado Saturday, Mrs. Rasmussen and Mabel i If work is not satisfactory whiskers cheerfully refunded Pi Agent for Laundry and Dry Cleaning called on -Mrs. John Morrison Thursday afternoon. NOW is the time for all farmers tq John Morrison and family and Georce Harrison were callers at Andover Locals.

Grace Keller returned to Wich buy qiJtivators for the spring work. riprt Schneider's evening, and ita tvfter spending Saturday night enjoyed piano and yipHn music. and Sunday with home folks. bothey with that old worn qut implement but come in and get a good Dewitt and Mabel Rasmussen. D.

G. Dill spent Satuyday Louis Rollings and wife and son, night and Sunday with Josh Earl spent Sunday with Lee Fox Devore near Greenwich. near Lorena. i T. Belford and wife retur Bert Dundmire and wife drove West Branch News.

Mrs. Hall is slowly1 improving. Dr. Thomas of Wichita was called last Tuesday. Stella and Wunitn Nucheldcr spunt afternoon with Ycr'ila and Francis Mi-Musti-r.

Chas. Clay pool and family spent Sunday at Frank Clnypool's. Lulu Lawson spent Sunday v'ith the Claypool girls. Hob Wait and Jessie Peterson spent at Kdd Stevenson's near Green vich. X.

J. Wallace of Benton spent Saturday night and Sunday with his daughter RJrs. 'm Hacheldcr and family. Cal mullins left Wednesday for Kon- ned home Saturday from Pied nnt mtri Wichita Saturday anct new one, We have the OHIO ListerCyltivator in single and Rouble row; all steel except the tongue, fTTvll Vv-vn rtrA nvrl "Pi 1 1 1 rvn oro nnrl mont Kansas where Mr. Belford spent Sunday'' with their uncle has been relief agent.

and aunt Henry Burns and wile. Sylvia Belford spent Sunday. t. Saturdav eve at Geo. 'Schneider's were hm witn Josie toyer.

C-JL v' Belfbrd and family, Mr. Stevens J. B. Mc Claren was a Wichita and family, Mr. Murrey, Mrs.

caller Saturday. Brace and sons and and Mabe Pearl Keller. of Bentley, is vis NEW Century shovel cultivator, no springs or levers, operated by weight of the driver. 'r 0 Rasmussen. The evening passed nleasantlv with piano and violin iting her uncle, Keller and jut'ky, catted their by the serious illness of hi.s 'mother and also to see his grand iamiiy.

music.1' Ella Schneider sang ev; hiother who is 102 years old. Our barber has iust recovered erai cnoicg gongs. A. Pharos wife and daughter were from a siege of the measles. Mrs.

Flora Burns and Ella Wichita callers Friday. TREADLE Guide Janesvilie cijltivaT tor, either shovel or disc. Mrs. Rose Walden and Ethel Stephens called on C. Rasmussen Florence Obley closed a very succssful of Wichita, spent Saturday and and family Tuesday evening.

ferm of school at Union Tuesday ice erortm am and cake was served in the afternoon. -y- Pansy Sunday with Mrs. Bessie Chase S. Thomas took dinner with C. Mesdames Rachel Belford, Rosa Sunday.

Walden, Hattie Cook and Bessie Several from here attended a Will have in a new shipment of URNITURE in a few days. Come in and get your choice of the lot cheap. JMORTHWEST OF TOWANDA. Miss Maude Shaffer gave meseelan Chase took dinner Saturday with yariy at 7 i i -1 i' Mrs. Robert Belford.

shower Saturday night at the evening, ')ome of Jas. Merrill in honor of her brot Allen Belford and wife spent C. Rasmussen and S. 1'homas jier Olcin nnd wife. There were about 30 Tear Weathers Benton, Kan.

Sunday at Art Mitchell's. Mrs. Sallie Beaver spent Sun day with home folks. present, Refreshments of ice cream cake and bananas were served. Mr.

and Mrs. were the of many enjoyq a pleasant alternoon a Henpy Burns' Sunday. "murdock. 'jiice and useful presents. All there re There will be a home talent port a jolly good tune.

Miss Vina Wait s.ient Tuesday nnd Wednesday in Wichita the quest of her 1 entertainment given at the And over hall Saturday night, Apri 23rd, beginning 8 oclock. Ad mission 10 and 15 pgnfs. Every body is invited to attend. BLUE BELL. pusin Mrs.

Dan Bush. Mr. Ilarve Weeks visited at the home of Mr. Oliver Shaffer Saturday "and Sunday I wonder what the attraction is? 1 Misses Maggie nnd Lulu Hull spent Stringtown Items- Sunday with home folks. Hoy Wait spent Sijmjijy at E.

A. Chiron Johnson and Floyd t-4 CD Baird spent Saturday night 1 1 with Mr. D. L. Baird and wife.

Miss Fay Lewis spent Thurs 0 i Hav with her cousin Bessie Hull. Mrs. S. Shaffer nnd daughter Edna spent Friday in Tow.mda visiting friends. Miss Ethel Shaffer spent from Thursday and till Saturday in WiehhVi.

Mrs. Fwood has been quite sick. Miss Myrta Shaffer is assisting Mrs. Will Bl ni with the house work. i POUNTY LINE GLEANING.

I Baird. We are glad to hear that our friend Mrs. Frank Hall is better at this writing. CO Mps. D.

L. Baird called at J. R. T. Leeder and wife called W.

Bairds Thursday. Mrs. A. W. Arnold visited at at Wilson Chjlders' Tuesday.

Chrissie Bodeckej? was a Ben ton caller Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. G. Edson Saturday.

At RUSH'S. Chiron Jqhnson toqk dinner 3 Win. DeLong expects to have a phone Mrs. Anna Lang visited wit friends in Wicjiita one day last week. Edith Lewis was quite, sick lasj; Friday.

Mrs. Hallie Bachelder spent Saturday with Mrs. Hall. Everett Sanders Sundayed with his uncle Willie Lewis. Mrs.

Fannie Wallace made a business trip" to -El Dorado re-cently. Chester Hall spent Sunday with Floyd and Roscoe Bachelder. Alfred Harrison and niece, Ethel left Saturday for England, Thosg who spent Sunday with Ed Stephenson were Jennie Pet erson, rfazel tyait, Carrie New-corn, Hiram an4 Earl Wait, Howard and Wayne Wayne Newcom. Gideon Lewis an4 wife Stella Crabtree and Anna and Eleanor Long were Whitewater visitors Will Gimbo and wife are taking care of Harrison's house while they are away. LITTLE rEf-L, LINCOLN SEARCHLGHT.

James DeLong and ife spent Sunday with John Mason's. Joe Starecl and wife took dinner F. Maixner's near gunnydale Sunday. Mrs. oe Hurt was, a.

Furley caller Saturday. Mary i Hurt went to Wichita last Tuesday. Mrs. fainep and daughtex, Molly, were in Benton Saturday. Mrs.

"Joe Hurt spent Wednes day at Maixner's. Andy i31adk had quite a sick out in soon on lend o'l. at B. F. Bairds Sunday, Mir.v' McGrew spent Sunday with home folks returning to Benton Monday Mrs.

E. G. Edson is the proud owner of a new range. afternoon. M.

McGrew nnd wife spent Tliurs day with Mrs. G. A. McGrew. Floyd Baird spent Friday night with the Edson, boys.

B. F. Baird and wife spent Friday night with -Frank Hal and wife. 0ne Lot of Ladie's White House SHOES In Tan $3.25, good this week at $2.25 Edith and Chester Mason visited at J. W.

Bairds Wednes Little Dora Wintermote is visiting her grandma Mrs. Haley. Mrs. R. T.

Leeder visited Thursday afternoon at Geo. McGrew. Married Sunday at the homo of the prides parents Miss Viola Barrett nnd Mr. Bert Clark. Mr.

C. E. Francis of Whitewater was ii caller in our neighborhood Monday find Tuesday. Albert Bodecker is on the sick -list. Geo.

McGrew Vfanl tq Benton Monday. DOTTY DIMPLE. ur new Soda Fountain is in? day morning. Bessie Baird has the mumps. BUSY BEE.

stalled and we are prepared to serve you with all Jundg of cold drinks and ice cream. "Life insurance is a letter qf prpdit, navable to a man's widow when he reaches the end of lifg's Journe'." The same can trutniuHy De saia oi aa vertlslng. S. E. COREY.

The Shoe Man PENTON, KANSAS, JNO. RQSSON. General Manager CEO. W. CAMPBELL, F-res.

ron worm Kansas uity Campbell Bros, and Rosson LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. fcf.Mi-he.l Anril. 1877 Incorporated Lsg spell Monday, but is O. K. again, AUK.

1JIUS1. Dr. S. S. HAZZARD BENTON, As the Live Stock Industry of Butler County is a very important part of the Department of Agriculture, the -handling and shipping of the same should be given the greatest of consideration, therefore we desire to call the attention of feeders and shippers to 50m.

facts in connection with our company, especially to the selling department, as our salesmen are of unquestioned ability, and our Mr. Geo. W. Campbell has had over 25 years of experience in selling cattle on the Kansas City market, and is ably assisted by a competent force of salesmen and if experience, industry and sober habits are any recommendation to you, we would thank you to investigate our company and by entrusting your' live stock to us you are assured of the best possible results. Give us a trial with your next shipment and write us for market information, Jvansas City, Mo.

JBISBY 48006. (Government InKpcftcd.) A thoroughbred Pcrchoron stallion, will nmkc season at the farm known as Ixniis Coberly farm, 3 miles west of Benton. A dapple gray with plenty bone and muscle. Terms: 15 for living colt; 10 for season, mares must tried regular. Breeding hours before a.

in. and after 5:30 p. in, Corac sec him or call me on Butler Co. Phone. Fred McGaughey.

3-4t. Phne 39 Pay Phon 16 KANSAS.

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