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The Labette Record from Labette, Kansas • 3

The Labette Record from Labette, Kansas • 3

Labette, Kansas
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E. G. Lamm sent up a large load of chickens to Parsons yesterday. John Green and family became residents of this township last week moving onto the Young farm, Sam Lancaster was in Chetopa last week. His mother died theforo tart of the week and his father the latter part.

Take your poultry, butter and eggs to E. G. L. and get cah or trade. A Labette boy plead guilty to tie charge of disturbing the pi-ace paid a fine of one dollar aiul costs ina justice court at Oswego this week.

Ir you are thinking of papering your room this spring you better pee E. G. Lamm, He hts GCO patterns to select from, prices ranging from 3c per roll and up. The "Katy" offers low rates to hoineseekers and others who wish to visit Texas. Tickets will be Bold March 20th, with vert favorable conditions as to time limits 2nd stop-over privileges.

See the agent, Delaplaine, for particulars. G. W. Littleficld was down from Parsons Friday and set up new cream separator for John windbig-ler. John is making a prcces of the creamery business, shipping about sixty pounds of butter a week and he gas a big price for it tor.

Dr.T. B. Allison, from Ind una, arrived this week and has decided to locate hero. He is just out of college where he took a special course in surgery. He has practised medicine for sevenl years and makes a specialty of chronic div easo of women.

The Recced welcomes Dr. Allison and trusts that he may find the location a profitable one. LOCAL NEWS. Dan Pf aff is on the sick list, Lima Beans, Gc per lb at K. W.

Dr. Conner was a Parsons visitor yesterday. D. W. Roam is in Pittsburg, risking his son, F.

K. G. Lamm shipped 125 pounds of butter in two days this week. L. Rode and wife were trading in Parsons yesterday.

Mason and wife returned Saturday from Piedmont. One thousand cigars to be burned at E. G. Rav, Campbell is attending conference at Chanute this week. Best grade of machine oil in the city at R.

w- Harrison Powell was down from Parsons one day this week. Will Lumra knows the secrats of Woodcraft since Saturday night. A C. Lamm has Northern garden seeds, just the thing for the Sunny South. Highest market price for butter, eggs and poultry atR.

fc w. Mart Haggard and wif, of Montana ire both reported quite sick. See that large display of cigars at E. G. all the leading brands.

Whituey Bros, shipped a mixed load of eattl and hojs to "Kansas City Wednesday evening. The petition for a night mail service was sent off this week. It was numerously signed. Our fine bulk coffee are purchased by us direct from the importer who is not controlled by a coffee trust. RUDE WATSON..

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