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The Maize Review from Maize, Kansas • 1

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The Maize Reviewi
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Maize, Kansas
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The We Stand Back of Our Advertisers and Guarantee Them To Do Just As They Advertise. Patronize Them. Review Accepts No Questionable Advertising, Therefore The MaiZe Maize, Sedgwick County, Kansas, Friday, February 18, 1916. $1.00 Per Year. Published Every Friday Volume 1.

Number 35. PUBLIC SALE! I will sell at Public Auction at my residence in Maize. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23,1916 At Ten O'clock A. M. Sharp 4 Head of Horses and Mules 4 1 bay mule 4 years old, 1 filley 2 years old, I bay mare wt.

1100 1 bay mare wt. 1000. 5 Head of Hogs Average 80 lbs. each FARM MACHINERY Etc. 1 farm wagon, 1 spring wagon, 1 cultivator, 1 harrow, 1 turning 1 double shovel plow.

1 disc cultivator, 1 set of harness and plow, about 25 bushels of corn. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 good dresser with commode to match, 1 good center table, 4 good rocking chairs, 3 good iron bedsteads with springs, 1 good sew. ing machine, 1 good heating stove, 1 cook stove, kitchen cabinet, cupboard, 6 dining room chairs, 1 dining table, half barrel cider vine. ger, a lot of canned fruit many other articles too numerous to menLion. FOR TERMS SEE BILLS Mrs.

John Emmett A. J. Oldfather, Auctioneer W. J. Mutholland, Clerk THE VOICE WITH A SMILE WINS A Telephone in your home is a servant of high standard and the month- ly wage is small.

MAIZE TELEPHONE CO. E. E. WOOLMAN, Manager. OF 0000 A The Maize Restaurant.

Come here for your short orders chilli home made bread and pies, all kinds of confectionery soft drinks A and cigars. In addition to our restaurant we have opened up a "Butcher Shop" and here after will handle all kinds of fresh meats. Cline g00cm DO CENTS 0 GET ANNUAL REPORT (Of Park Township Board 1915) RECEIPTS Total Amount of Money DISBURSEMENTS Cement $480.50 Galvanized $150.00 Road $275.00 Sand Clay Road. County Donating one half $634.00 Donation 22 Sanding Roads in East $154.00 Road Grading 20 $479.01 Miscellaneous expenses Scrapers and Drags $250.00 Balance on Hand. $313.78 $2736.29 Cash on C.

M. SANDUSKY, Clerk L. J. NICHOLSON Treasurer J. P.

CLARK, Trustee CITY BARBER SHOP When in need of a first class shave or an up-to-date hair cut at this place. Also agent for stop the Kans Independent Laundry Co. Your patronage solicited. L. O.

BROWN, Prop. FOR SALE -Good Plymoth Rock sodstera. Mrs C.J Nicholson, Rt.9 MARY CARPENTER IN THE GOLD RUSH PIONEER WOMAN DIES HERE AT AGE OF 85 Dying When Her Daughter Went to Bedroom to Answer Her Call. A few minutes after Mrs. Mary Carpenter, one of Sedgwick County'searly settlers bade her daughter goodnight at 8 o'clock Saturday night, she was found unconcious and near death from hemorrhage of the brain by the daughter, Mrs.

Kate Boone, wife of a Former County Treasurer Daniel Boone, of 1103 Jackson Avenue, with whom Mrs Carpenter was spend. ing the winter, Mrs Boone had helped her mother to retire and had gone to an adjourning 100m to read. She thought that she heard her mother speak and went to the bedroom. Death came to Mrs Carpenter a few seconds after Mrs, Boone reached the bedside. She was 85 years old.

Mrs Carpenter was one of the few women who went to California in the early fifties to join their husbands in the gold fields. With her 16-months-old baby, Mrs. Ella Miller, of Hutchinson, a younger brother and a still younger brother of husband's she crossed the mus of Panama on a burro in 1852 when only 20 years oid, going by the Isthmus from New York, to reach her husband in the mining camp cf Placerville, California. Horace Carpenter, her husband, had preceded her to California three weeks before the birth of the daughter, The Pioneer amassed a small fortune in gold and with his wife, the first child and another daughter, Mrs. Boone of Wichita, recrossed the Isthmus by burros again in 1854, and returned to York State.

Thirty miles from Chicago, Mr Carpenter invested part of the fortune in land and the family remained there until the late sixties. Mr Carpenter resigned a position as federal revenue officer which he had held for nine years to come to Kansas and forty five years ago, Mr and Mrs Carpenter came from Illinois to Wichita, driving from Emporia which was then the end of the railroad. In the spring of '72, Mr Carpenter a quarter section of land two miles northwest of Colwich, which was the Carpent: er home until thirty -two years ago, when Mr and Mrs Carpenter made their home in Wichita. Mr Car. penter became the senior member of the firm Carpenter and Ross, stock buyers and was active in county and state Republican affairs.

Later the family returned to Colwich, where they built a home, selling the farm. Mr Carpenter died in Colwich 20 years ago March 27, and was buried there. Mrs Carpenter's body was taken there for burial following a ser. vice at the Mueller Chapel Tues. day at 12:45 o'clock.

Mrs. Car. penter's only relatives are the two daughters. She has a home near the home of the daughter in Hutchinson but for several years had been spending the winter with her daughter in Wichita and the summer in Hutchinson. A law, Mrs Frank Neeper, resides in Brandon, Colorada.

and Mrs A McFadden. Mr ann Mrs Loudenslager and chil. dren visited Sunday at the A Adamson home. Don't forget that want ads, for sale ads or local adsof any descrip. tion must be charged for at the rate of 5c per line each insertion.

Mr and Mrs Chas. Martin, Mr TRADE YOUR OLD SEPARATOR FOR A NEW GREAT WESTERN you can never get your money back by continuing to use a worn out or in- Tank swings around ferior cream separator. The longer you Low Tank no out of the way keep at it, the greater your loss. Just as soon as a man finds out he has made a bad separator bargain, the best thing for him to do is to buy the Cream from High crank best the market and put top of bowl separator on it in use. from Milk More and more separator users are boltonn do All gears enclosed coming to appreciate a high separator of bowl like the Great Western, which not only skims clean under everyday conditions A has is easier to All gears but greater capacity, operate and clean, is automatcially oiled, self-oiling and can be fuyll relied upon to give a good Sanitary base a account of itself under all conditions.

That is why over 40,000 users of worn out and inferior separators purchase Great ber Western of Great separators Western every sold is year the greater. numThe quickest and best way to satisfy yourself as to the comparative merits of the GREAT WESTERN with your old separator is to let our agent bring a machine right to your place. In your hands it will prove every claim we have made for its superiority. An exchange allowance will be made when you decide to buy a GREAT WESTERN Why not take this up at once, stop your cream losses, and have the satisfaction of knowing that you have a separator that you can depend on? 1 S. A.

ROUSE HDW. and IMP. CO. FARM EQUIPMENT MAIZE, KANSAS PROGRAM Following is the correct of the Sunday School ram vention and Institute which is to be held in Maize, February 24th. Co operation Rev.

Jas. Brunker A Talk on the Bible Mrs Kate Routh What Constitutes a live Sunday School LeRoy Oldfather Sunday School Duties Engle, State Sec. Lunch at Everybody bring their lunch along. What methods should be used to induce people to attend, who do not attend Sunday school. A.

How to prepare the Sunday school lesson Mrs H. Sellard The Sunday school teacher as a soul winner O. P. Garlock Address Engle, State Sec. Organized Brotherhood class T.

F. Little The necessity of township convention Prof. R. P. Dotzour Departmental hour Fazel, boys county Supt.

Paper Laura Dotson Paper A Andrews. Election of officers Evening service at U. B. church all day service at the Congregational church, Mrs Mable Davis of Wichita visited with Frank S. Boone and family Wednesday after having attended the burial services of her grandmother Carpenter at the Colwich cemetery.

FOR SALE-5 Bronze turkey gobblers. Mrs J. W. Harrison COUNCIL MEETING Meeting called to order by Mayor Loudenslager. Councilmen present Boone, Doff lemyre and Mulholland.

Minutes of last meeting read and approved, and the different committees made satisfactory reports. The following bills were audited and allowed paid. Maize State Bank $31:50, E. E. Woolman $5.95, P.

D. Gardner for legal purposes $100, bill laid on the table until next meeting night. Road dragging and pole tax were discussed after which motions were made and seconed to adjourn. Amos Wright City Clerk. Thisoffice turued out sale bills this week for the Maize Mercantile Co.

and A Rouse Implement and Hardware Co. advertising a public sale for next Wednesday 23rd. They will sell Implements, Harness, Auto Ac. cessories and the old Grain Office. Dinner served by parcel post.

Call at the postoffice and receive your package at noon. See the large bills for paticuiars. Dr. and Mrs Parker motored to Wichita Monday evening to hear W. J.

Bryan speak on prepardness but were dissapointed to find chey were a month a head of time. Better too early than too late Dr. Mrs Lingo entertained Sunday Mr Chas Lawson and family, Mr and Mrs John Lingo and family, Mr and Mrs Jim Lingo and Gerald Jahraus. W. A.

REED WICHITA The Watch and Spectacle repairer will be in Maize next Fri. day. Prices Reasonable. W. I.

SWITZER SHOE REPARING We use nothing but No. 1 sole leather. Bring Us Your Sale Bilis. A. J.

OLDFATHER Auctioneer Sales Made Anywhere on Earth References: Maize Bank, Colwich Bank Cheney Bank. Permanent address Colwich, Kans. AUCTION SALE! OF FARM IMPLEMENTS Having decided to reduce our big stock of farm implements we will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidders at our store in Col. wich, Kansas. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1916 At 1 p.

m. sharp A LOT OF FARM IMPLEMENTS Walking and Riding Listers, Sulky Plows. Gang Plows, Walking Plows, Single Row Cultivators, Single and Double Row Lister Cultivators, Double Row Cultivators, Weber Wagons, Bettendorf Wagons, Buggies, Feed Grinders, Hay Rakes, Gasoline Engines, Corn Planters, Cream Separators. In fact, anything and everything selected from our immense line of Farm Implements, all bright new goods, the same you have always bought of us. TERMS OF SALE On sums over $10 a credit of 7 months will be given without terest if paid when due, if not so paid, to draw 10 per cent interest from date of sale.

5 per cent discount for cash. Notes must be made with approved security, no property removed until sectled for. BLICK and KENNEDY A. J. Oldfather, Auctioneer.

J. A. Sullentrop, Clerk FOR SALE -Pure Bred S. C. Leghorn eggs for hatching purposes from pens especially seclected by State Judge Stoner for laying qualities.

Mrs. R. H. Rhodes. FOR SALE -Prairie Hay $5:00 a ton V.

L. Woodard. FOR SALE--Good sound city broke driving mare 7 years old, Frank S. Boone.

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249
Years Available:
1915-1917