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   Narka News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1921, Narka, Kansas                                THE NARK A PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF NARKA AND VICINITY OFFICIAL CITY EIGHT PAGES VOLUME PUBLISHED AT DECEMBER 1921 NUMBER 12 Edwards and Koowtz That Home Kansas City visitors this Your home paper heralded to the Robert your birth It told of your en Duckett and Cap Ward attend try at school mentioned the party ed the nt at when you were sweet sixteen applaud ed your graduation from high Val Scifert has been on the started you in amj Vvhen you sick list the last I returned it mentioned the job you se Edward Holley shipped three cured It told of your aml of cattle and one of hogs to Kansas the aweetost grl in town and also City i mentioned the advent of your first Frank Ruberneck is remodeling the born Told of the visit of Pa and Ma new meat market this j sympathized fwith you in your sad Webster and Marie Frances nesS rejoicej with you in your joy Lieble were Lincoln visitors i when you dje it do its bcst to ge you thru the parly gates at one dollar and fifty cents per sick list Qlga Higgs was on the Saturday and j Webser left on 5 for where she iwill visit her and Jerome Houdek and j and Golf is here visiting Cap of were Ward and other the guests of and Scandia Man Loses Stepping from the running board of a motor car while it was stiu in motion proved disastrus to Butch a Scandia icr the fall ho had upon one of his hands so injured one of his fingers that it had to bo amputated in the Concordia hos ital Hauserman is a brother inlaw to Jake a former Scandia and has hed em ployment in a local Scandia meat mar ket for several years OK SPS who has been en gaged in tht hardware business in HthboH for sevral has sold th business interests to Ir who is already in Uooion has farming interests in vonublic Kansas and is in iiistiil in the Republic Comity Mutual Insurance Company which lias its headquarters in Belle and Summers and ily were the guests of and j While Grenter and helping load cattle tor Ed mond Everett Joy wa Watt left on i for his home kicked by a It was thought that in Cedar a four his wrist was but after nn weeks meeting at Mahaska and Nar Burlin Higg is improvinghis res XRay examination at Hebron it was to lie only fractured Bhil Feil drove to Cuba on business The Narka basketball taurant by a new Liken and Bryant arc having a new me Narka basketball teams window put in their store this defeated Friday night at To nicy Denton mas a Fairbury vis Whitney and Kasper Averr itor Tuesday and on starting home a Fairbury visitors man ran into his car and he had to go i A telegram was received Monday to the garage for repairs before ne j by James Kniffin that and got i Smith of Clayton Boddy was the proud parents of a baby Tuesday evening to the ladies of the born The boy has been The house was decorated with Christmas bells and other holiday There was a good attendance and at named George Smith was formerly May of The high school basketball teans will play the Boys and Girls of Re roll call each lady respondedwith a public Christmas After a short business Santa Claus appear ed and every one received a Ev en the Junior Bs were remembered Leo Love of Mahaska is quaran tined for Walk is staying with The Eastern Star held special I5as Narrow Joe a Cuba iiad a narrow escape from being by the a sand from lie sand lor building Tin in and icarv inched when ta Ml out it was that vi OesbKr Share The Deshlr boys nad girls high basketball teams met the learns in a big double header game in lleshlor last Fridav in a fast game Tlvtv Mi on the Deshlel fleshier girls trhis 17 to T and MARRIAGES John of and Miss Irene of were married at the office of and by Probate Judge ProTern Van at the court n RychtarikHubka The marriage in Fairbury last week of Miss Albena Rychtarik ot Manas ka and August of Narka two prominent young people of their respective Both have a hast of friends who will join n wishing them well on lifes event ful We did not learn where thev make their Katie of Bellevillr voungcst daughter of and and of Guy Per were married About High Just at this time there is consider able talk about high In this connection it should not be forgotten that praotcally every township and school district in the every city and the state and poeti cally every county have raised the so nearly every taxing body is responsible for a share of the in Republic county stands out alone the The county com missioners of Republic county tically the only taxing body in the so far as which has not NOT INCREASED the tax but has DECREASED the taxes this year 10 per cent This is a record the commissioners can point to with pride and satisfaction tne iax payers are inclined to criticise some one for increasing the tax Another point in1 this connection should not be forgotten Every time DEATHS OHic Ollie died at the wife of Guy family homey Saturday j the county board met one or more They are both well knrnvn and rei delegations waited upon the eommis sneetod young people of their rtspec sioners and asked for more bridges ami the best wishes more culverts and more road improve of all tro with them to their wherever that may Mother Leaves 5MoiithgOld Baby For a mother tv her old baby seems most yet thisis what happened in re cently The of this urihuan act as related by the local the Chester in is as follows Four two a woman and a baby rame to Chester week before nnd took at the rameron horn1 The it m wore arid were look boys 11 game Cui won from Desh This was a re r having e the week pro Pastor ing fo preVrably hlsk Sm lay a week the anneniViyl to lier husbanC that she was him and sne did accompanied by husbands In fact the county board re jected requests for improvements ag gregating nearly a half million dol southeast of Sunday even after an illness of five Her many friends were very soriW io learn of her death the sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved hus band and relatives who have been called to mourn her departure from this She was a loving friend and neighbor and her loss twill be felt by all who knew her The re latives besides the home folks who were at her bedside when the end came were her Jennie of Sarah Ann of Anna of and her of The funeral services were held Wednes at with our ial in the BeiUeville A more extended obituary will be given next Henry Henry original owner of the Laird ranch near Republic and a imminent retired farmer and and whose death occurred recently at the Naz Campboll Case The celebrated Campbell invol hosPital in Kansas had 1 fioi Dcnal1s enen more to charity with less publicity than any mnn in Kan sas In 1889 he nurchaseo a The assisted by meeting Tuesday and initiate ney and served refresh ments of chicken parker house cranberry jelly and Guests present were Fred Olive Liebel and miss Mamie The meeting will be with Miss Alma Kenney is visiting rela tives in Port Miss Marie Jotter was the guest of Miss Wanda Miss Wanda West returned Satur day evening from a visit in and John Dart and their spent Sunday with Jennie Huteherson and daugb the following candidates and and Leo nard Mary Tuma and Sophia For Sale Some Light Mike Shinek Narka John Wathency and Ellen of Sioux are j here on a visit to Frank Wanna and other Sam Carpenter and John Mulch bought beet of Lamb to butch Frank Worman bought brood sows from Lugenbeel Earl Lunks and family of Munaen spent Sunday at the home of ene Harry Williams and wife Won was dived bete today that Cutler of Tosea has acceptej of the First Methodist Peters jn this city an i will move his family hero and preach his first mon Ihe first Sunday in The Frank of who was sent hero by Bishop of Wichita to take the pas did not because of Duckett and Watt and Sunday eening at the Jess Starr and Everett Joy and chil Lugenbeel sold Harold dren and and Frank Shoe hedl blltlj maker were the guests of and Luirenbeel and wife Willie at George Curtis Sunday and Phil Feil ana max txiul j Misses Jennie ami liuuh MaxiiiJ Fie spent Sunday visited Delma Townsend i m n mi i John and Ott who has been confin ed to the house for the last is able to be around on his crutches and Frank Kasper and Irene Louis Novotuy and son were visit Joe Kasper The most successful revival meet ingever held in Narka closed Sunday There were fortythree con versions during the two Watt of Cedar conducted the Duckett and and Watt visited at the Demon home Miss Carmilia Sampson spent urday night and Sunday with Jennie Huteherson and Hat and Yader and son and Urks Sunday Ralph Summiif and Rec ser of Maraska Sunday at Chai Thursday afternoon doin was at Farbury somu trad John tn Lula Oeorge Sterwalt and Lamb wore at FaruUy afterneon John sold his cuttle to Fred ar fact that in Nevada the Methodist ministers are provided with furnish ed but Hot in f and to furnish the parsonage in Belie ville would not only entail a large ex penditure of but would mean that the Belleville was setting a precidtAt for the whole northwest Kansas Law yer wenf out ard vvord received since is that he has accented IL pastorate of the Olivet cburci in Chi Cutler formerly pastoral1 Cawker City and Smith C but for the past Four lias been out of the ministry because of his wifes which has again been fully The Cutlers come very highly They will succeed the who and with his wife is now in the employ of the General Board of i Eduraton of the Methodist Scandia Team The Scandia high with the football team in several has just closed a very successful Ten games were played dur imlhi Scandia high won live of them In all of games the Scandia hoys were outweightcd from ten to fifteen Srandia team won from second twice from Superior second They los to v Courtland and hohv b ft with a to for He nunvy to buv aticket he planned to mother brothers h was un er for her tie for is said the childs mothers parents live in arid the babys name was given as Charles Elbei t Beatrice Man in The arrest of Carl Hamilton of on the alleged charge of jiving a nofund check for ook place this The cutn ohrlnt was made by Dougherty on of who claim Hamil on issued tlie check on the bank n ment for produce with no unds in the bank upon wnich the was until recent represented the Nelson Produce of am according a petition file by him 00 damage action had been em powered by them to write checks in layment for produce as agent for Hamilton ROS that thif omplaint filed against him in the Thayer county district court is in to the issuing of one of these He is of catt1 Lawn and Gene luino shelled corn for Al Townsend Saturday First published in the Cuba uay 3t To Josie Richardson You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Republic Countyr in an action therein pending in which Revival at the A series of revival meetings wil begin the United Brethren churc iji this this Wednesday even and will be continuec several Evangelist Mar will be in and all are cordially invited to be present each evening at Cedric were visiting relatives in Jogie Richardson are aad Haddam Miss Grace McMullery and mother spent Thursday at the Hutcherson and and son were guests at the Keene home Sunday DOCMRAZYKORNER Tony Peters of Republic City I am waiting for the Nourse aero plane to fly over our town Because Nourse oils have such a great We sell them in the and They are the only oils for which we have a They are the oils that yon Because they are the best and are First published in the Cuba Day 3t To Julian Dixon You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Republic in an action therein pending in which you Jasper Richardson is M Drxon fenan and that you must answer the petition of the plaintiff on file in said action in said on or before the 30th day of or said peti tion will fbe as true and saidj plaintiff divorced from you oi the grounds of and plain tiff will be gfren all property of whatever kind or description now owned by and which he owned at the time of his and such other and further relief as the court may deem just and equitable in the and that as said de will be forever barred and stopped from any inter estate or equity therein or there JASPER Attorney for Plain Attest Clerk ot the District Florence Dixon is and that you must answer the petition t the plaintiff on file in said action in said on or before the 30th day ving between and worth of real estate both n Vind in and around as well as store buildings in that remains as it was in the district accord ing to a decision just handed down by the Kansas State oupicme to which the case was appealed by tile the This a suit instituted in the district oeiirt of Republic in by Christina claim ing to be the child of Charles a gainst the Campbell estate by which claimed and was granted by me j court named a oneeighth in such The Campbell seven in five two were made defendants in the and after a hard foufijit trial in the lower took an ap peal to the Supreme court The frimation by the latter of the deci sion of the district which or dered a partition of the land ana neJI that Christina the plain was entitled to a oneeighth in terest in the Judge the presiding judge in this district was used as a witness in the which disqualified him to iiit as judge so hecalled Judge of Manhat judge of the 21t Judicial District to act in the In 1889 he purchaseo farm in Republic known as the Laird near Re and shortly afterwards became one of the big stockman and farmers of that Born in Jtuy he moved to Iowa wli n a small boy his and laier to from his can rnnch in he moved to a For twenty vears he was n director in the Interstate Na tional Lank in Another Auto Republic of has been Having more than its share of auto smash ups and One of the latest to be reported was the collision bw tween Guy Daniels and Preston four miles west of The Gunn car was almost totally and Gunn and Miss Qoris Swanson were thrown out and Lred but no one was veroJy Reedliakken The RoedBakken nulie sale north east of city was one of best sales of the This sale attracted about al so the largest attended sale this sea Reed and Bakken used the Telescopes red headed sale bills and placed their advertising in the Tel escope and associate which guarantees the large A span of three year old mares brought each and another span of three and four year olds brought live stock and im plements sold About Mail The Telescope has had considerable complaint about of this paper We wish to say that the Telescope is mailed afternoons and should be in every mail box in Republic county and joining counties by Thursdays of each later If Telescope sub scribers not receive their papers by after making comnlaint to local we would like to have them takethe matter up wth this Robert ceath in a Concordia hospital of Robert this vfik removed one of Republic well kniwn A native of he came to Kansas m and n IS 77 was married to Adelia Ack by first marriage and to them four children were harks and havntr their mother in lie was again mai ried Mia Sadie who died March at Josephs hospital in To them ver born1 five one in Since his Avife4 deathn he has mnde his home with his and near He was for many years a resident of the Courtland communi and leaves a large circle of v Juan Juan a Santa Fe section at was so badly in jured in a fall from a car that he died later in the Concordia the local Courtland Fe took him in a motor car to where they were met by an engine and but the unfor tunate man died an hour after reach ing the He had no rela tives as far as is Look at your date tag and see if your subscription is If so send check and keep the Home Pa per 1922 pen tion will be taken as true and said plaintiff divorced from you on the grounds of and plain tiff will be given all property of what ever kind or description now owned by and which she owned at the time of her and such otuer and further relief as the Court may see just and equitable in the prem and that said will be forever barred and stopped from any estate or equity therein or FLORENCE Plaintltf Attorney for Plain AAtest Clerk of JDstrict Scandia Manual Rcandia high school has three man ual training one Irorn the hieh school nnd the The grade classes meet twice a week for forty minute periods and the high school meets every day for 80 minutes The course of the Scandia high school includes a knowledge of all the corri men tools and how to use How to handle work order and finish Haw to glue make upholster and all things that go with cabinet Byron and Webber A big basketball game between1 the Bvron high school and the Web ber high school at Byron was wit nessed by a large crowd Saturday December The local Byron team were defeated by the visitors by a score of 48 to Last year the Webber school defeated Byron by about twice that Students Visit Miss Margaret of the Belle vijle high in company with her journalism were very tpflieasant visitors at the Telescope office Tuesday They came to see how a real country weekly Prisoners to Junctibft City John of the Department of Justice of Kansas was here Wednesday of last week inter Viewing the four robbers captured last week at and wanted by the Federal authorities on the barge of haying stolen car of a of the United States at San The men were being held in the county jail at Belleville since their The men not only Stofe the mans car but one of them is alleged to have taken his name United States Mar shal Wood came and took the car and men to Junctin where they will be given a preliminary hearing and they will later be taken to Tapeka for trial before the Federal court whch mcpts thirty Republic Has 3000 Autoes Approximately motor cars are owned by the people of Republic coun ty and the astonishing fact in con nectidn with them si that of them are or in other words there are two Ford cars to every other make in the Official records show that there are less than families in the tmee families out of every four have a car of some and one family m ev ery two owns a Statistics as gleaned from the auto license records county show the number Belleville Wins From Xarka and Belleville boys and girls high school teams clashed in one of the fastest double header bas ketball games in tnvo years on the Belleville court Friday Belle ville at the proved the the boys winning 22 to and the girls 22 to Nourse Aeroplane The Aeroplane of The Jack Nourse Oil with which smith is traveling over his territory this will arrive Belleville Friday from the After makingr this city the party accompanied by Jack Nourse will travel over part of Docs territory and then re turn here for This aeroplane is a and Nourse is going to purchase two more like it for this kind of It is threepassenger The pilot of the machine will take up passen gers Sunday for and a receiptf showing the purchase of worth f of products of this company purchas ed from some authorized dealer of the Nourse Oil Read their ad in this newspaper is published and showed much interest in the various details and no doubt learned a great deal of the real workings of an uptodate j newspaper plant There werei seven1 teen boys girls n the and Ovprland 172 Buick 2 009 17 1 Saon 12 rant 12 Sax o n 12 ran een oys n grs n e thev are a real fine bunch of young Mitchell 7 6 b on e visit 6 Jac 5 people who not only found te visit helpful to them in their but if 5 4 the work will doubtless 4 4 3 Lase Celebrated 60th John old time farmer near has just celebraueq UTS 60th The crowd was too large for his home so the celebration was held in the JTr Kalivda received many presents and among them was a big birthday with sixty candles on of was as proud as a school boyv 4 Kalivoda the life of the j and saw to it that no one was slighted After a bountiful supper time was spent in dancing to music fur nished by Art Brown and John KaHivoda saw to fit that everybody The gtfesfc of although years of age danced like a young of and Frank well known business man of Cuba iwas made to trip tne Iti although he had not for thirty A spread and they thoroughly enjoyed by Prank we hope they may come again   

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