Etherton, Opal marries Ben Richie - Kinsley Graphic - 18 Oct 1917, Thur, pg 3

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i ! BRIEF LOCAL-NEWS LOCAL-NEWS LOCAL-NEWS ITEMS Competition we meet it or beat H. Taylor's, tf. John Fox was in Kansas City -with -with cattle the first of the week. If you want a building moved, see Sparks & Ash. Phone 6249. tf. Mrs. A. M. Merryman and daughter, Dorothy, went to Kansas City Sunday Sunday evening. Miss Hiltz gave a party to the high-school high-school high-school pupils of the Fellsburg school at the home of Lyman Miller Friday evening. Miss Ella Cox, of Fellsburg, was here Saturday en route to Hutchinson Hutchinson to visit relatives and 4iave her eyes attended to. John Schaller returned from Kingman County Saturday, after his household goods. He was accompanied accompanied by Joe Adelhardt. Mrs. Ella May Flemming and children children left Saturday evening for their old home in Peoria, 111., to spend a month visiting relatives. C. H. Kelley and cousin, Byron Cox, of Beloit, Wis., who is here visiting him, went to Raymcni Thursday to visit relatives. William Eslinger, of Hardin, Mo., arrived last week to visit his brothers brothers E. F. and C. F. Eslinger. George Eslinger and wife, of Wilson, were also here last week and returned to their home Saturday. Welton Xeal and wife, of Lewis, who had been visiting their son in Gray County,-returned County,-returned County,-returned here Friday evening and spent the night with their daughter, Mrs. M. E. Ingram, and went home Saturday. When you have the backache the liver or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. Try Sanol it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 33c bottle of Sanol will convince convince you. Get it at the drug store. First Lieutenant Dr. J. B. Donnell and wife arrived from Michigan Sunday Sunday night. The doctor will be at home for ten days. He has been stationed stationed near Grand Rapids and was recently ordered transferred to Fort Riley, and has ten days' furlough. He says he has no idea as to his future movements. He may be kept at Fort Riley or transferred to some other station. DR. WM. LAPAT NOSE, THROAT. EYE, AND EAR SPECIALIST Permanently located at Lamed, Kans. Farm loans, abstracts and insurancesTaylors', insurancesTaylors', tf. Harley Hartsock moved into the A. W. Aderhold house last week. ; Carload of Jonathan apples just received. J.- J.- C. Soice & Son. It. Mrs. Mary Wortman went to Spear-ville Spear-ville Spear-ville Thursday and visited relatives, returning Sunday. Andy Diers was down from Dodge City Saturday to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Diers. Wesley Ray and wife, of Lewis, were here Monday on their way to Cimarron to visit and look at land. Peter Tassett went to Kansas City with cattle Saturday night and his father, Henry Tassett, went Sunday evening. H. B. Marshall, station agent for the A. & N. at this station, who had been on two weeks' vacation, returned returned Monday. Lee Frazier and wife, of Great Bend, arrived Friday evening and visited over Sunday with Charles Frazier and wife. W. L. Wright, of Jefferson City, Tenn.,' arrived last week and spent several days visiting the Matthews families, south of the river. Benjamine Joseph Richie and Opal Margaret Etherton were united in marriage Friday morning at the courthouse, Prolate Judge Harold Payne officiating. V W. E. Boadie and H. F. Thompson motored to Barton County Thursday of last week on a hunting trip. They returned Friday and reported only moderate success. P. L. Xoble came out from Hutchinson Hutchinson Thursday and with Dr. C. C. Sterrett motored out to Gray Countv, where they have 400 acres of kafir corn, said to be the best in that section. section. J. H. Xorris, Mr. Harris, Peter Lancaster, Lancaster, John Fox, Henry Tassett, Mullikin Brothers, and Ben Ely were all on the Kansas City market the first of this week with carload shipments of cattle. Woman's friend is a Large Trial Bottle of Sanol Prescription. Fine for black heads, Eczema and all rough skin and clear complexion. A real skin Tonic. Get a 35c Trial bottle at the drug store, tf. W. F. Parker was in town Friday and completed his settlement as administrator administrator of his deceased son's estate. He was given his release by the court. His guardianship continues. continues. He made a very satisfactory settlement and showed where he had materially increased the value of this estate by his business ability and foresight.

Clipped from The Kinsley Graphic18 Oct 1917, ThuPage 3

The Kinsley Graphic (Kinsley, Kansas)18 Oct 1917, ThuPage 3
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