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The Meriden Ledger from Meriden, Kansas • Page 8

The Meriden Ledger from Meriden, Kansas • Page 8

Meriden, Kansas
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nrmrr'r77r: -I it mmmmimmtmmmmm I NO STOVE TIME Mlr.if Adelaide MH'Iurfi wiih a at Topeku lust Saturday. uri UrlHs A'l Lait the liii-t of Hi'! f'K L' lJ lLt l.lar Bi'UMdii tlriii'in for ih lonntH thin winter pm bold- t'lf I ft 1 II Iff! Clarence McCoy was at Nortonville Tuesday looking over the horse market. Mrs, Kate Bradley und Miss Ethel Stewart were chopping in Topeka Iffilf pi mm seuting cupnclty of In house and without the Solicitation of undone. Tin! lecture course ia one of tlui things of which Valley Falls lt puiuil, and otiii of the place where the tlcki-t holder given more than he pays lor. Each year extra numbers ar.

tint on the program which ure free to ticket I ''-TT- IBffsjs, WOIK! ieri fa Saturday, The Ladles of the M. E. Church will have an exchange at J. H. McNutt's store, Saturday, Oct.

12. Roy McLeod and Ferd Deljlk visited tiie Royal Stock show and other 52 Mastodon and Long's POLAND CHI holders. NAS The main part of the auditorium seats people, and this Is the num do I lit; a at Kansas Citv the first of the week. C. B.

Withers and son, Raymond, ber of neatB sold. There Is a lectur; room Just off the main auditorium which was seated lust year and a number who were too late to get tickets In the main part of the house took them there. This year the entire room iFridii. were at Topeka Tuesday to hear Gov ernor Wilson the next president as tluty see it. ('has.

Manzell and son, Oswald 1 n3 went to Kansas City, Monday to spend a few days at the Royal Stock show, Commencing at 1:00 o'clock p. m. BOARS 28 SOWS and other attractions. 24 ra wilt be. plotted and those who so ed-slre will be sold seats in the lecture room, either now or next Saturday morning when the seats are reserved.

The reservation of seats will be under the same rules as last year, and will be held at putt's drug store at eight o'clock this Saturday morning. See announcement in the school notes in this paper. J. Al. McCoy and wife of Emporia At the Long Farm, four and one-half miles southeast of Meriden, Kansas rKtu LUNCH AT NOON Half Store Clones at (Seven.

Notice is hereby given that on account of the meetings at the German Got your heating stove for winter? With a Round were called to Nortonville Saturday to attend the funeral of his uncle Will McCoy and remained until Monday meeting old friends. Mrs. F. S. Gash of Topeka visited her son, Clarence A.

Huff and wife here the first of the week and was called to Marion, Kansas, to visit her brother. Rev. I. A. Wilson, who was painfully ill with gall stones.

Later word to Mr. King says Bro. Wilson is better. J. C.

Ellis was at Holton Sunday to visit his invalid mother. Jeff Schleppey of Atchison is remodelling Peter Hefty's barn north W. E. LONG, Breeder I Oak you can warm your room just right. For other kinds of heaters, cook stoves, washing church, the Half store will close at 7:00 o'clock during the re -L chines, sewing machines, hardware, tinware, table and mainder of this month.

Hefty Reichart. pocket cutlery remember. rot in the apple it not only ruins the Individual affected, but is so disagreeable to all who are compelled to be near the afflicted one nesday. She was very favorably impressed with our people and our little city. Only a few days over three weeks L.

Sclimitt, Valley Falk. of town. Curt Glassell lost one of his best 1 untu election. When you vote, vote Mrs. Geo.

Summerfelt and daugh horses last Friday while driving home the whole ticket. Every candidate from Ozawkie. It died by the roadside from President to constable wants near Knowlton's after being sick a "our vote- ter, Mary, were visitors at Topeka, Valley Falls News short time. On a post mortem examination, Dr. Foster found that the A Few Th.i gs You May cause of death was from bursting of the colon on which an abscess had formed.

Will Glassell, Walter Vaughn, Ed. Wettig and Walter Bunker were among those who attended the Stock Shows and doings at Kansas City week. John Boyle of Boyle way was a passenger on the Missouri Pacific Tuesday afternoon going to Lawrence to visit his sister, Mrs. Alice Morscher until Saturday. There is rain or snow in the weath er forecast.

Saturday. Mrs. W. K. Aitken went to Mc-Louth Monday to visit a few days with her brother, Albert Mrs.

Maggie Ciine of Atchison visited her siser, Mrs. Curt Wood, who was seriously ill, here the first of the week. Walter Vaughn of Kiowa, is visiting his sisters, Mrs. Will Glassell and Mrs Henry Blumberg in this vicinity. He fs looking well and hearty.

Frank McCoy, Miss Mabel McCoy, Mrs. Ella Brown, Miss Elsie Brown, ant Mr. Clem Lange of Carroll, Iowa, is here to spend a month visiting his son, Joseph Lange and family and see what a fine country this is. agent, is in charge at the Santa Fe depot while C. H.

King is taking a week's lay off. Purity, freshness and perfection of combination is what makes Lowneys candies the best in the market. Exclusive agency at Huber's. Robt. Duncan of Coffey county, who had visited his aged father, Thos.

Duncan at Winchester, visited here last Friday with his Bert McClure. Mrs. Spartan Young returned to her home at Chanute last Saturday after a visit of two weeks here with relatives. Mrs. John Wunder ac-compainied her as far as Topeka.

Mrs. Alonzo Swisher, who was visiting her parents, Jas. Posts, went to Muscotah Thursday to visit over Sunday at J. 0. Swishers, her husbands folks, before going home to Reading.

Lou Hauck, Dr. Lowry, Chas. Gep- hart, Dr. Mann, all loaded up their automobiles with their friends and took in the Flower parade at Atchison Friday, and report perfect roads in Atchison county. and Henry McCoy and wife attended the funeral of uncle Will- McCoy at Johu Brose is spending a few days at the Stock Show at Kansas City.

Miss Irene Griffith is at home after a visit of two months with relatives at Holton and Hoyt. The best sale of the season at Mer-iden Friday the 18th, when Long puts up his Mastodon Poland Chinas. Nick Sloop of Lyndon visited relatives here and at Nortonville the first of the week, going home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.

Ben Shively vere among those at the Corn Carnival and Flower parade at Atchison last Friday. Mrs. D. M. Reeee and her daughter, Mrs.

E. M. Hiesey, of Bucyrus, Kr.s who had been to the Atchison corn -carnival, visited Valley Falls friends from Monday until Wednesday. E. N.

Boatman and wife returned Wednesday afternoon from Marysville where he appeared for a client at the opening of District Court Monday, and at Irving, where they visited his folks. Mrs. J. P. Rasmsssen of Rock Creek accompanied by Mrs.

R. L. Rice of Obituary. William McCoy was born In Harrison county, Ohio, October 6, 1838; died at his home in Nortonville, Kansas, October 2, 1912, aged 73 years, 11 months and 27 days. In Franklin county, Ohio, on November 6, 1859 he was married to Tirrah Boeland, and to this union were born five sons and one daughter, the latter dying in infancy.

In the war for the Union of states Wm. McCoy served his country as a Nortonville Saturday. Waiter Kauffman wife and baby, of Oklahoma City arrived Sunday to visit his parents, Ed Kauffmans. Walter John Corkadel and wife, Roy Price and wife and Robt. Ferrell and wife joined the crowd at.

the Royal Stock show at Kansas City Thursday. Uncle We Have Cop Screws All Sizes Aim And Standard Thread Blowout Patches, Etc. Lamp Connections, Hose, Pump Hose Lock Washers And Cotter Pins All Sizes Oils For Your Motor Cycle Transmission Differential Body Polish, Body Soap, Spark Plugs If There Is Anything You Seed Or Wrong Come See Us We Kepair Most Anything was called east on a business trip The wife will remain here two weeks Bob said they would be interested in or more. the other attractions. Ramblers Entertained.

Miss Llda Kendall spent last Friday A number of the Ramblers Club ac E. Z. Reading is at home from his in Topeka. cepted the invitation of Mrs. G.

W. summers work with his merry-go- round, mostly in Illinois and Missouri, Mrs. Mark Renfro and daughter, He reports a good season, which he England of Atchison, to come to her home last Friday the occasion of the Flower parade. Those accepting the invitation were Mrs. Neil McLeod, Mrs Maud were visitors at Topeka last Fri day.

closed at St. Louis, and stored his ma chine there. Geo. Seible left last Friday for Oke- P. P.

Gardner, Mrs. E. F. Wettig, Mrs Ellen Duncanson, Mrs. Mell Legler, E.

B. Moffatt, of Atchison, was in nah, where he may stay some Chicago, a niece of Dr. Rassmussen Valley Falls between trains both Mon time. Mrs. A- Russell, Mrs.

Wm. Oneal, spent Saturday evening here with her day and Tuesday on his way to and Mrs. Geo. Harman; and to make sure Mrs. Geo.

McCoy and daughters from Denison where he attended Bister, Mrs. Sallie Gest and daugh ters, Grace and Faye. that the ladies would get home all Verna and Olive, were Topeka visit meeting of the directors of the bank right, Messrs. Oneal, McLeod, Wettig, ors last Friday. member of the 95th.

Ohio regiment. In 1868 he moved with his family to Kansas locating on the old homestead near Nortonville in the Spring of '69 where they resided for many years and prospered. He was a "most farmer and cattle feeder. May 3, 1875 his wife and the mother of his children died. On March 14, 1878, he was remarried to Mrs.

Clara A. Hays, who died March 27, 1899. January 21st. 1902 he took unto himself a third wife and companion, who with four of his sons, William B. of Roswell, N.

Charles of Meriden, George of Valley Falls and James of Nortonville, survive him, Joseph having died some years ago. A good man and citizen has gone to his reward. The funeral was held Saturday from the M. E. Church at Nortonville where he was a faithful member for 23 years, his pastor, Rev.

Adell officiating at the services in the presence of the family, a large circle of relatives and of which he is a member. Bert and Henry Shermer, Ben T. C. Garage In Old VanLiew Carp'er Shop. North Main St.

Gardner, and Harman went along, and Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kyle Hochstatter, Clyde Sellers, Hugh Bar rett and Clyde Knowles went to Kan it is needless to add that the entire party enjoyed the occasion to the ut How sad it is that the germ of jealousy so often ruins the disposi Wednesday October 2, 1912, a son, Dr, most. tion of what would otherwise be sas City Tuesday afternoon to hear Governor Wilson, and attend the Roy most delightful person like the dry al Stock Show for a day or two. Al.

Lowry reports. Geo. and Vesta Knowltoin, Chas Griffin and Lola Griffitts, in Knowlton's car, were in Topeka last Mr. and Mrs. A.

E. Spence and Mrs, The entire parade was viewed from a most advantageous position, and the only argument was as to the relative merits of the different floats the men picking those with the moBt H. B. Walters' sale of Poland Chinas will be held at the Walters farm near 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in i ii inn 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- Effingham next Wednesday the 16th advertisement of which appears in an T. A.

Hatfield were at Nortonville last other column of this paper. Mr Saturday to attend the funeral of Wil liam McCoy. Walters is recognized as one of the beautiful ladies and the ladies selecting the ones with the most beautiful flowers; but it is no wonder after viewing the floats that no one would consent to serve as a judge and award prizes they were all so perfectly rlllLlb moat successful breeders of Poland Chinas in the state and he says his many friends and neighbors. Mrs. John Truhe, a rheumatic patient, is at Excelsior Springs for VS LSI offering this year is fully up to his ex treatment.

She expects to remain pectations. Send to him at Effingham Suffrage Meeting. The suffragist meeting at the Con there two weeks. for catalogue. Of Large Type Roy Flory and wife of Thelma, Kan C.

O. Smith and wife of Billingham, sas, visited his sister, Mrs. Will Grif Washington, on a six thousand mile trip, celebrating their Golden wedding If It were possible to make a selection of superior excellence of invention and harmony of decoration the "Old Dutch Wind Mill," the Japanese Tea Garden, an Automobile covered with ten thousand chrysanthemums, fith and family here last week, and gregational church last Monday evening was only fairly well attended, there being only about twenty voters present according to the count of. the President of the League, Mrs. Johnston.

She told of the flattering pros relatives at Winchester. visited her brother, Denny Call, here the first of the week. For a month Mrs. Mary Reicharts and daughters, they visited brothers and sisters on and a miniature Ferris Wheel carry Josephine and Emma and Mrs. Walter pects of "votes for women" in Kansas 1 Ott here on a visit from Holton, were ing four little girls, were four of the features that would be at the top.

the Michigan peninsula from Saginaw bay to Detroit, their old home, and whore they were married. From here they went to Longton, Elk county, and kindly pleaded her cause. Laura Clay of Kentucky, made the principal address, appealing ably for the rights visitors together at Topeka last Fri day. At my farm one mile north of Lancaster, Atchison I There Is no use to try to tell of all of her sex at the ballot box. The Mrs.

Eliza Spratt, who had been vis Kansas, to visit her sister, Mrs. A. County, Kansas, beginning at 1 o'clock, p. Painter before going home. It was a seven or eight million women workers in the country, in factory, shop, and the good things Atchison had in Btore for her visitors, to say nothing of the ideal weather.

Atchison is differ great trip for the old folks. iting her brother, Alex Campbell, down Ozawkie way, Mrs. Will Campbell and other relatives at Blue Mound for a month, left for hen home at Philadel Mrs. Frank Stewart was In Seneca ent from any other town on the map. office, owing to the industrial changes since the days of the loom and spinning since the days of loom and spinning the last of the week.

When she sends out her invitations SIES1M phia last Friday. she means for her guests to leave their The finest line of jewelry one will wheel in the home, since the change pocket books at home its on her, and see is at Sohellberg's. Rev. Albert Stewart and wife re in woman's sphere, had a right to vote she argued, to protect themselves turned to their- home at Maple Hill Mrs. Effie Malone went to Greenwood county Thursday to visit her par and have a say in the government.

you are expected to have a good time, and then some other time come back for business. Next to Valley Falls the writer would rather live in Atchi Saturday after a visit here of several days with his and her folks, E. C. She is a talented lady, good talker No postponement on account of weather as it I ents. All intereisted In the best hogs will Stewarts, Wils Griffitts, and Dr.

and made her points clear. Mrs. Keen Braden's. will be in a sale barn. er was chairman of the meeting.

The contributions when the baskets were be pleased if they attend the Graner son than any other town on earth. Long may her good people live to reap the reward of their good deeds and unselfish efforts for the happiness of Rev. A. Bolliger, of Crosby, passed, were quite liberal. sain of Poland Chinas at Lancaster, Tuesday, the 15th.

1 41 Head of Sows, Gilts and Boars'; others. Read the advertisement of the Gran Operated On For Hernia. Dr, Freeman of Topeka and Dr. F. Mann of this city operated on Alec Bpent Wednesday night here with his old friends, Mr.

and Mrs. Paul Tisch-hauser. He was on his way to Dickinson county, to visit his son and daughter, where he was pastor of his hosts a number of years ago. er hog sale which will be held at Lancaster next Tuesday, the 15th, and send for catalogues. Obltnary Utz.

Robert Valentine Utz, was born in Reichart for hernia at his home near Valley Falls, Kansas, November Tried Sows, fall yearling sow and boars and spring gilts and boars-. All except spring pigs immunized by double treatment and are immune. Halfmound last Saturday. The patient is getting along nicely. lyio.

He came with his parents to John W. Marsh and wife who had been visiting here 'since the street fair, with his brothers, Tom, Bob and Zeke, and his sister, Mrs. Isaac Ferrell WARMIVG TO IIUXTEBS Larkin about a year ago, and died there Sept. 30, 1912. Aged one year, ten months and twenty-eight days.

About two weeks ago he was taken sick and lingered under all the care that man could give till death relieved and many relatives and old friends, left for their home at Burlington, Let us show you what a really first ciass roast is like. We are selling the same kind of roast for 18 cents the city shops get 22 cents for. Mitchells. With hr aunt, Mrs. Fanny Whitely, had been visiting George out Pacific way, Veora Mcintosh to Karaa City Saturday for a tt week's visit.

J'ihn IJoiuen was called to Carroll, Tu'-sday by the serious Illness of si on a farm he was about him of his suffering. It seemed that God desired him while pure and sin less, for his own. He leaves a father. The following owners of Real Estate in Jefferson county hereby notify all persons that hunting with dog or gun is positively forbidden on their premises, and anyone found trespassing will be turned over to the proper legal authorities to be dealt with according to law. mother, three sisters, one brother, be side other relatives to mourn for him.

TERMS: Cash or 6 months time on bank- able note at 7 per cent interest from date. Entertainment for parties from a distance. Send for a catolog. Crates furnished for hogs to be shipped only. H.


JOHN DAUM, A. SMITH, Clerk Funeral services were in the Chris tian church at Irkin, Oct. 1, 1912, by Thursday. His brothers fed him so well that eight pounds was added to John's weight. Their combined age is 334 years.

With their father, Pom-pey Marsh and mother they located at Valley Falls in 1858. They are Ken-tuckiana, came here from Missouri, but they don't have to be shown. They are jolly good folks and in gladness sing of "Silver threads among the Gold." J. H. Gerbing, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs.

A. L. Wood, at the Methodist parsonage, two weeks left for home at 111., Wed-. waa not ex- H. The tenant I I i v-r.

ne kv. chas. II. Kimball, pastor of he Christian church in Valley Falls. lie was buried in the Larkin Cemetery.

The bereaved family have the of Denver and Blanch Knmw Ciy pp'-nt M. I. 1-r. ympatfcy of the many frienda who Mrs. Mary Hull, Valley Will Blake, Valley Falls.

N. J. Kelly. Valley Falls. Will Hochstatter, Valley Falls.

with them follower their loved one to tho grave. i.

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