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The Dispatch-Republican from Clay Center, Kansas • 3

The Dispatch-Republican from Clay Center, Kansas • 3

Clay Center, Kansas
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3'. Wwwlisi THE DISPATCH-REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DLCK.MUEK 5, 1911. Miss Virginia Coleman came down from Concordia this morning and will remain over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. C. C.

Coleman. I 0 4 THE PROSIMM AT THE Rex Theatre TO-NIGHT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Three lines 10 cents for first ln-ertion, 3 insertions for 25c. Five lines 15c for first insertion, insertions for 25c. Figure 6 words to the line and end your money with order.

Peoples National Bank I CLAY CENTER, KANSAS I ESTABLISHED 1885 5 Capital surplus $160,000.00 5 If you have favored us in the past with your business we are grateful. If you are thinking of opening an account we guarantee good service and courteous attention to all your interests. All business confidential. F. B.

FULLINGT0N, Pres. WM. DOCKING, V. Pres. 5 J.

G. COWELL, V. Pres. J. H.

KERBY, Cashier. ti Uniondale Items. Dec. 1 The following ate Thanksgiving dinner at the Thos. Cowell home: Will Cowell and lamily and Mrs.

Adams and May. trank farrow and wife, Horace Yarrow and wife, Ellis and Florence Male, Jessie '1 brush and Miss Eliza lloll ate dinner on Thanksgiving da at Gilford Yarrows. Mrs. Isabelle Boon and two children lrom Idaho are visiting at tne E. Jevons home for a few days.

Quite a tew from this vicinity attended the box social at the Sunny Slope school house Friday evening, and all report a fine time. Mr Mrs. Alfred farrow Sr. and son Lawrence, Albert Cowell, Mr. and ilrs.

Fowles and Anna, Ralph, Bert and Lucy Hammond. John Aluston, Mary Miller, and Air. and Mrs. J. H.

Hammond spent Thanksgiving day vvitli and Airs. John Eowles. Air. and Airs. Tom Cowell, Horace and Arthur visited at Airs.

E. Adams on the Sabbath. R. Fowles and vvite, J. H.

Hammond and wife and John Fowles and wife took dinner on Sunday at Frank Yarrows. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.

Yarrow and lamily spent Sunday at Alfred Yarrow s. The following ate dinner Thanksgiving day at the H. B. Ruscoe home, Mr. and Mrs.

Will Wood and family, Air. and Mrs. Enos Davies amt family and Grandma Ruscoe. and -Mrs. Alfred farrow and Lawrence and Rev.

Wagner and wife, motored to Clay Center on Saturday. J. 11. Hammond and wife and Airs. Will Hammond and J.

K. Hammond were Junction City visitors on They went in the formers car. Airs, Adams and daughter -May, and Mrs. Fowles and Anna visited at Frank Yarrow's, Tuesday afternoon. Miss Emily Stuart is staying at the E.

Severance home. The farmers are fixing the roads up in good shape now. We have two good road bosses in this vicinity. and Mrs. R.

Fowles went to Kansas City on Wednesday to visit for a few days with Mr. and Joseph Flicker. Several from Uniondale attended the fourth number of the lecture course at Wakeiield, evening. For Christinas gifts worth while, see Kohinson-McKenna. Fair Meetings.

Notice is hereby given that the annual stockholders meeting of the Clay Co. Fair Assn will be held in the court house on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1914, at 1:20 sharp. W. F.

Miller, Secy. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Mrs. John McCloskey is spending today in Green at the Geo. Craig home.

You can get this daily, one farm paper, one weekly paper and a Christmas package for Mrs. M. E. Goodlander left toda for Lawrence and Kansas City, where she will visit with relatives. When wanting sand, phone A Craig, or White 265.

75 cents per yard or 25 cents at river. Miss Edith Randall, who made a short visit in the country with her aunt, Mrs. W. Z. Corn, who is ill, returned to Wakefield today.

Dressed hogs and all pork products a specialty at John Mugler's meat market, phone 169. E. U. Spurrier went to Green today for a short visit with relatives. Corn and oats at the lams Gum Co.s old P.

V. stand. Mr. and Mrs. M.

Kitchen were passengers today to Green, where they will make an over Sunday visit with relatives. Three papers and a package of Christmas cards for the price of Dispatch-Republican, $3.00. Come in and see us. A. Copeland of ldana, is transacting business here today.

12 lmrs laundry soap, 25c in our Profit-Sharing Sale. Robinson-Mo-Keuna. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will hold a bazaar and food sale, Wednesday, Dec. 9. I uir Heel Program With two Heel Vitagraph Feature Comedy.

TOO MUCH UNCLE. Vitagraph comedy featuring Ralph luce, Billy Quirk, Anita Stewart and Lucile Lee. Henry borrows Billy's wife to deceive his rich I ncle. Billy sees Henry kissing his wile and Billys girl comes upon scene. Rigid explanations bring about a happy ending.

A rattling good Vita-graph comedy in two reels. HEARTS OF THE FOREST. Edison Drama. TI1E BLIND FIDDl.fTi. A delightful fairy tale of how a blind fiddler, through liis excellent playing, charmed all who heard it, even the queen of the lairies, who promised to grant his greatest wish.

Remember, ''The Million Dollar Mystery next Monday. Special Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 6th and 9th, "Bistolhs Italian Orchestra, a return engagement, all new pieces. Don't miss this great treat in the best of music. Admission 10 and 2 0c.

Pertormance begins at 7:20 tonight and beginning Monday of next week we will start every night at the same hour. Admission tonight, 5 and 10c. The Dispatch-Republican, Farmers Mail and Breeze, Cappers Weekly and a set of Christmas cards all for the price of tile Dispatch-Republican. The three papers and Christmas cards by mail, $2.00, This oiler is for renewals as well as new subscribers. Come in and take advantage of tliis liberal offer.

Offer closes December 2 0. News from Gill Township. Mr. and Mrs. L.

Keener are the parents of a daughter, corn Nov. 2 t. Sam Thrush finished threshing kafir corn in this neighborhood last week. Frank Carlson helped his brother haul corn fodder this week. Friends and neighbors were grieved to learn of the death of S.

S. Knepper, of Winfield, last week and extend their sympathy to the ht reaved relatives. Rev. Shatter, who conducted revival meetings during the past two weeks, left for his home on Monday. Ttie meetings conducted by the pastor, Rev, Smith, are still in progress.

The W. S. will meet oil Thursday with Mrs. Joe Seals. Miss Eddington, representing the Clay Center Times, was in our neighborhood this week.

School children are making preparation for a big program to be given on Thursday afternoon. We were sorry to learn of the death of Dr. llarner. Frank Carlson helped Jim Lashe and Harry Bison this week. SATURDAYS LOCALS l)r.

Henson, Dentist, llione 309. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tillinghast came down from Clifton this morning and are guests at the C. E.

Gear home. When ordering meat, call phone 189; four deliveries a day. Mrs. Nelson Hahn and Mrs. J.

H. Schryver are among the business visitors from ldana today. Take your wheat to the lams Grain at the old P. V. stand.

Mrs. T. E. Johnston returned to Green today, having made a short visit here at the Rev. S.

L. Buckner home. Will Downing's meat market and grocery store will sell smoked hams at 16 cents per pound. Silver Grill Cafe SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 MENU. Relishes Sweet Pickles Olives Meats Leg Mutton, Mint Sauce Roast Young Chicken Dressing Entrees Waldorf Salad Vegetables Mashed or steamed potatoes Creamed Cabbage Desert Pineapple Ice Tea, Coffee or Milk.

Price 25c. Dr. J. U. Scott, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, will be in the oltice of Dr.

Olsen, Dec. 11. Miss lmogene iiurnett and Miss Jess Chestnut spent yesterday in Junction City, visiting schools. Cabbage The last cheap cabbage of the season. Get It Friday and Saturday at the Suntlower Produce Co.

Mrs. B. F. Smith, wife of Dr. Smith of Miltonvale, is seriously ill at her home, suffering ith peritonitis.

Don't fail to see Miss Lemley display of fancy work for sale at the Purdy Suitatorium on Lincoln Ave. Mrs. A. T. Kerns and two sons Jl' i (rook field, arrived yesterday and are guests of her sister, Mra.

Ed Cody. The Episcopal Guild bazaar will make a specialty of cioUs and doll clothes. Miss Clara Alexander was a passenger yesterday to Phillipslmrg where she will spend Sunday with relatives. The lams Grain Co. is in the market for your grain.

Old P. V. elevator, Phone 295. C. Vincent Jones came home yesterday from Marysville, where he had made a brief business visit.

Will Downings meat market and grocery store will sell smoked hams at 16 cents per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reed returned to llyron, yesterday after visiting here with their brother ami sister, Hester and Miss Marian Heed. All sizes navj blue wool sample dresses at $1.95.

Robinson-McKen-ua. Mrs. C. Eaidley, Mrs. W.

A. Clark and Mrs. Floyd Faidley, who have been visiting here with relatives, returned to Wakeiield yesterday afternoon. Mrs. L.

F. C. Gardner was a business visitor from Wakeiield yesterday. There will be a fine line of kitchen and fancy aprons, fancy bags at the Episcopal Guild bazaar. Mr.

and Mrs. W. G. Mclnturff, of Clifton and their guests, Mr. and Mrs.

Gus Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards of Webster, spent yesterday here with friends.

Mrs 11. Dull came home today lrom Cuba, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will Shannon. Mrs Williams came up from Broughton yesterday for a short visit with friends. Mrs.

B. A. Binds was a passenger yesterday afternoon to Wakeiield, where she will visit her mother, Mrs. Thomas Holt, who is ill. There will be an attractive line of eatables at the Episcopal Guild bazaar next Wednesday.

Mrs. ira Hopkins, who spent a week in Bellaire with her parents, and Mrs. J. R. Townsend, came home this morning.

Mrs. J. W. Erickson was a passenger today to Broughton, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. F.

R. Gray. Frank Shortall, who has been in North Dakota and who stopped here for a short visit with his wifes uncles, A. V. and A.

L. Carlson, left today for his home In Muskogee, Okla. Miss Margaret Morgan, who has been viisting in Lawrence and Kansas City with friends, came home yesterday. Will the party In the auto who picked up the long handled shovel south of Warren Watts place on Thanksgiving day please leave It at Warren Watts and oblige? Frank J. Nelson.

J. Tt. Johnson of Weaubleau, father of liarry Johnson, who was operator at the U. P. depot for several weeks, and who died in the companys hospital at Kansas City last week, having been taken ill here, was in the city today settling tip his sons affairs.

I 1 if .7 1 1 i ll 4 I I i I 1 i I I 1 I I 1 ii i I i I i WANTED. ANTED A girl at Scotts Bakery. MEN Our illustrated catalogue explains how we teach the barber trade in short term, mailed tree. Write, Aloler College, Kansas City, Mo. FOR SALE.

FOR SALE Six pure bred Boland China males. Gan furnish pedigree and will sell lor $15. Weight between 175 and 200 pounds. Lee E. Anthony, Route 1.

FOR SALE Twenty white faced calves. Apply to Bert Downing, phone 413. FOR SALE Duroc Jeisey bouis at $20. uO each, for ten days A. 1..

Wjlie, phone red 215. FOR SALE Brand new $125 carriage, have car and will sell cheap. A. Klintberg, phone 22 on 20. FOR RENT.

FOR RENT Residence at 623 Dexter, six rooms, city water, electric lights, close to nigh school. Inquire of H. Hull, ldana phone. FOR RENT A 6-room liouce Lincoln close in. Well, cistern ind lights.

C. W. Dobbins. FOR RENT Up stairs rooms to -ent for three small families. W.

G. Robinson. LOST A ladys lined mitten with iur cuff, llease return to Dispatch office. LOST A plush laprobe, between the Ebenezer German M. E.

church and Green. Finder please return to Fred Frederick or Dispatch office. THE SOCIAL SIDE I Entertained Last Evening. Mrs. Ira Lacey entertained a few lady friends last evening, complimentary to Mrs.

E. D. Conklin, who is soon to leave the city. The guests busied themselves with needlework until a late hour when lie hostess served relresiiments, alter which, they departed lor their homes, having spent a very pleasant evening. Kchckahs Met Last Night.

The Kebekalis hold their regular meeting last evening inter the business session, a soi ial hour was spent in games and music. During the evening, Airs. Emma Stratton gave a reading entitled, "Woman, and Miss Bertha Brown reeiied It in a very effective manner. Late in the evening, Misses Alice Roth and Bess Walker, the committee in charge, served dainty refreshments. Three new mein hers were elected and one application received during the business meeting.

K. of 1. Held a Smoker. The Knights of Pythias held a smoker last night at their hall and there were about 60 members and friends present. A male quartette composed of Alfred Huml'eld, D.

E. Grossley, Sumner Vincent and F. W. Parrott, rendered several very pleasing selections and there were short talks by several of the members and visitors. After the program the card tables were brought out and there were some red hot pitch games in progress for the next hour or so.

Cigars and apples were furnished the party throughout the evening. Reception for New Members. At the Christian church last evening, a reception was held for the new members who united with the church at the recent revival. Rev. and Mrs.

Meyer of Clyde, who conducted the meetings, were present and Rev. Meyer gave a splendid address which was greatly appreciated by the old as well as the new members, An informal program was given during the evening and was as follows: Vocal Solo Karl King Reading Mrs. Wilbur Swenson Vocal Solo Miss Maude Walker Piano Solo Miss Ethel Baldridge Selection Mixed Quartette. Tho Kind You Have Always Bought REX THEATRE The Musical Treat of the Season, next TUESDAY" WEDSDY December 8 and 9 When Times Are Hard Return Engagement of TOLFI 8 MULTUM IN PARVO ITALIAN ORCHESTRA Money close and the demand for loans about three times as large as we can supply, it is natural that, in case one of our regular depositors needs an accommodation, he should be favored first his interests cared for. Why not protect YOUR future interests by opening an account with us NO the amount of your first deposit is not so material as the fact that you become one of our customers.

One hour of entrancing music. Concert follows pictures. Featuring the young master of the violin, Signor Enrice Trumani, the equal of any on the stage. Do not miss hearing this wonderful orchestra. Not a vaudeville feature, but a remarkable concert company.

Prof. Bistolfi will give the history of all numbers rendered. Delightful, Educational, Instructive. Ask for your favorite selection. Every piece will be different than you heard before, malting a complete change of program both nights of their stay at our theatre.

A Dollar Performance for 10c 20c Dont Miss It (jThe Farmers State Bank il I IP -V i T-nry-w e'-- tU. 4.

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