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The Dexter News from Dexter, Kansas • 5

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The Dexter Newsi
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Dexter, Kansas
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5
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THE NEWS, DEXTER. KANSAS. IFSt Professional Otherwise Have You Seen The METZ Roadster YOU KNOf WHO IS GWAKDINGf YOUR, MONEY WHEN IT If not let me demonstrate its merits to you. It is the nobbiest car on the mar V' IS IN R. B.

MEAD1 Cash Furniture Store Linoleum, Matting-, 9 Dr. R. D. WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OfHCEHouKB: 0io2ft. 3 to6p.m Phoheb: Office 7, Htrsidence 20.

Office Id Dexter Opera Home ket for the price, $490.00 delivered to home R. BEALS, Agent I A nice line of Caskets, Robes and Suits. All ser- vices guaranteed. Dexter, Kansas County Correspondence 5 Farcss for Trade w. Farms for Sale-' Mrs.

Ralph Asbury spent Gospel Ridge Thursday evening with Mrs. H. Tunison. Floyd Shively of Burden will preach here next Sunday, June Friti City Fire Frank Nellis and family called Loans Loans Insurance. 14, morning and night.

We made a. mistake last week in Marsland's Restuarant And Bake Good Meals, Good Beds And Cigars and Confectionaries Mrs. R. M. Marsland, Prop.

i on J. M. Nellis Saturday. Maud Eastman and C. saying he would preach the 7th.

Baker came home Saturday If you will be reasonable in your demands "they will make your Sales or loans V. F. Williams, wife and boys were visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Radcliff Sunday. Mrs.

May pratt and three The hole in the ground, the crevice in the wall, a frien Ys pocket-hook, cr your own, is not as safe a place to keep your money as is our bank, which is fire and burgkr proof. We rtfer thoie who Lave not banked with uf to those who have. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety 4 per cent. The First National Bank from Cherryyale after a week's visit with relatives.

Mrs. Lydia Day called on Mrs. Burrel Wednesday evening. Ray Clark and family spent Sunday with E. S.

Baker. children cf Wilson, Kansas, came in Tuesday for a visit with her parents, J. W. Brunton and wife. Give me your Brick Stone and Cement Work.

All Gauaranteed-J House Moving, B.O. Wells. C. Ramsey wife and family Phone Line 63 The farmers in this locality, were dinner guests at Darnells Sunday. who have wheat, expect to begin iff FT Several from this place attend The Avery harvesting within a few days.

Miss Pearle Rowland spent BARGAINS I have fcome of the best homes in the city for sale worth the money and ths terms will suit you. Call and see I also ca loan you money on your farm or on your dwelling property in the city MMOr0tt A. Buffum umveis ed preaching at Plum Creek Sunday the guest of Mrs. J. W.

Lewis, Mr. Shepherd of Winfield spent a couple of days last week at W. D. Taylors. W.

B. Callisons Barber Shop Good Work Clean Towels Antiseptic Tools-Your patronage solicited Second door north of State Bank Several from this neighbor hood attended the funeral of Miss Gladys Starns at Dexter, Wednesday. laclys was a sweet lovable girl and her intimely death is mourned by all who City Dray Line knew her. Mrs. J.

W. Lewis was on the sick list Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W.

E. Lambert ALLISON'S Livery, Feed and Sale Barn Good teams Good Rigs and Feed for transients at reason- able prices Give Us A Trial Gj A. XALLISON Prop. All kinds of light and heavy draying qr handling done at reasonable prices. 'N Satisfaction Guaranteed Headquarters at L.

M. Dul-gnpv'g Produce house Office Phone 30 Home Phone 114 COWG1LL, PROP. i iiiTii MM iilii are the proud parents of an 8 1-2 Sunday. Frank Martling, wife and family and Bessie Johnson dined at the W. VV.

Johnson home Sunday. Ona Beamer, Edith, Earl and Lyle Ramsey were guests at the Brunton home Sunday. Mrs. Gillaspie of, Cambridge is visiting her son Geo. of this place.

W. E. Brown who works at Cambridge Sundayed with home-folks. Messrs Pack and Jones of Dexter purchased several head of cattle here last Week. Charles Steiner and family went to Dexter Sunday to visit with her parents, Mr.

arid Mrs. Robert Marsland. Arthur1 Duff had the misfortune to get one of his fingers broken and Wo thrown out of place while" he was playing around a haystacker. Highland Breezes Mrs. John Baker and children returned to Ne vkirk after a few days visit with Mrs.

Ella, Walker, left for Pawnee, Tuesday lb. son, who arrived at their home Monday morning, and whom they will call Byron. The Easiest Handling cultivator on the market either as a Rider or Walker. It has two very important working features "The double acting Gang Lifting Springs" and the "Handy Depth Regulating which can te adjusted without stopping. "THEY Roy Hoyt, wife and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at T.

Shrader South End Produce House I pay the highest market price for CREAM, EGGS, HIDES FURS Give Me a Call Ott Hoyts. Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Miss Pearle Rowland were callers at Hoyts' in the evening.

Mabel Taylor spent Saturday afternoon with Myrtle and Mabel Lambert T. G. Hoyt moved to the Arthur Hoyt place one day last week. Miss. Aldora Rowland visited Mrs.

W. E. Lambert Sunday evening. Roy Lambert left last Sunday for Ashland, where he expects to work in the harvest fields. Seward Day and family called on Clyde Westbrook Thursday A Brown Tube H.

T. Quinton Prop. after a short visit with relatives. yjrt Mrs. P.

Westbrook and children spent Tuesday with Clyde Westbrook. Mrs. Pink Hankins and children spent Tuesday evening with Elva Clark. Subscribe For The News evening. 4 CITY MEAT MARKET mm AJKOl lit Uliy VAUt The Step Forward in Inner Tubes Every motorist should fix this standard in his mind a brown tube, TKADC-MAIIKC and copyilKhts obtnlned or no fee.

Nnd moitel, sketolie or photoi ana brier 4H)Crlitiuii, lor FREE SEARCH and report on BaU'ntiiOility. fit years experience. Kend 2-peiii stamp for NEW BOOKLET. fuJJ of patent Information, it will Help you to fortune. HEAD PACES 11 and before applying for a patent write oKy.

D. SWIFT CO. Fresh and Cured Meats Ice delivered at 60 cents per 100 lb, (ash Payed for Hides Open on Sunday from 7 to 9:30 a. m. 4 to 5 p.

m. M. Winters, Prop. Miss Neva Radclilf entertained the members of the Pals club at her home north of Dexter last Friday evening. The principal entertainment of the evening was Progressive rook, Miss Bess Johnson and Bert Nicholson winning the prizes.

A delicious two course luncheon was served, consisting of ham sandwitches, pickles, potato salad and grape juice for "the first course and ice cream and cake for the second. Those 303 Seventh Washington, D. C. Jl present were F. B.

Radcliff and wife, Misses Nell Branson, Paul Goodrich Tires give the motorist everything science and skill can produce in quality of construction and quality of service. Now Goodrich, as usual, takes the next step in advance, and improves the whole tire service with what -every judge of rubber and every judge of construction will say is the last word in inner tubes. It is the Goodrich Indian Tube It if given this name because it is mr Je of ihe cream of the finest rubber gathered by the native Indians in the richest rubber country It is hardy, enduring, full of vitality like an Indian It is built for speed like an Indian It is brown like an Indian It is the pure breed like an Indian It is "best in the long; run" like an Indian You'll always know it by its color copper-brown, Indian-brown Come in and see this latest and best of inner tubes i 4 4 4 4 ine Wheat, Bess Johnson, and Messrs. Darrel and Bert Nicholson, Frank Sandstrum, Merle Dulaney and Elmer Treadway. I Am On The Market at all times for Fat Steers, Stock Steers, Fat Cows, Stock Cows, or in fact anything in the "Cattle Or Hog Line Call Me Before Selfing I C.

C. Pritchard, Dexter, Kans. Phone 72 At He Saridofcrara Mrs. J. w.

Radcliff, who has been quite sick for several days is much better. B. R. Day and wife motored to Winfield on business last Tuesday. Duster, (Copy i lent, by McCiur yndioale.

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Pages Available:
472
Years Available:
1914-1915