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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Atchison, Kansas The Atchison daily Globe monday april 23, 1923. amp a amp a Chester Hugo of Ith the famous Hugo players opening a six night engagement at memorial Hall tonight. City news and Lolly thou of new paragraphs advert iceman to. Verp Hono 44 Ani rican legion Meels tonight. Ask Harry Stevens about Sewall s la tuts ask for Creek Cream and milk the Best. Men wanted it Blair elevator us and main. H s King who has been ailing la Telly i in Excelsior Springs. See announcement of the Victrola arguing in this Issue it. To Walters lit pile the mud dozens of cars Assisi Over the Riverview drive yes a Day i a Shofner contractor left last j Donovan t onion have bought lev Leral lots West of the Santa be freight House on i Are going into Tiro Oil distributing business. Effingham. Louisville Tkv on by sixty in theh i t he was Iglus for Ess trip. Irun one thing every Day country Hanks keep account to Bange National hunk. Atchison a clean up this y usually successful due to operation of the householders in our jewelry department we Are bowing a new line of Cordova Btl nil a in then it it u designs Zimmer 11 la s Captain e. I Greene quot the lot ii pan i ii a me Idun w a veterans Post As around 32 members now and is Teadie the family of mrs. Catherine Coth to thank their friends for he kindness shown during the Fain iy1 s recent bereavement. L it it weeks ago the late Charles e. Ynith said to a reporter quot in be got aught up with my work As county a usurer la has been a hard children who Are sickly l i liar a who Tig to 8 the health of their children gho Tild Bever tie without Moths Cray s Sweet powders nor Bilbren for Nee when needed. They tend to break up Cost Keller Keve Ruh see w Ennitt Corot Lee Ticino. Headache toe the rag Jii Tardei i end stomach any sub Alteme. Trouble. I pm instr 90 it Art at Drugg a a a Tody. Trial pc get a fuse. Add Tai. Moth lit Hay io., Leroy in. A. Mrs m c. Adams is recovering from an attack of bilious trouble. I i Jan Sullivan proprietor of the i variety store is threatened with pneumonia. Aud Baa been order to keep Topeka his bed. I mrs Lane Cohoon received a Meg-1 Sage saturday announcing the death 1 Al Dodge City. of her daughter a inlaw mrs Lula Cohoon. The body i will to brought Here for burial the late Jacob Cohoon is burled in the Reece cemetery North of town but will j j he moved to the Evergreen cemetery j in the near future. Mrs Lola Cohoon j was a comparatively Young woman but Bas been an invalid for two years following a stroke of paralysis. 1 mrs Minnie Cozad of St. Joe is i visiting her sister mrs. Jane Cohoon land her brother sum Lockwood Frank Bushnell is moving into the Nevins property in the North part of i town miss Nina i Crigler of Manhattan i who spoke at the Community club meeting thursday afternoon made a j very favourable impression on her hearers. Because of the bad weather Thoro was a Small attendance. Mrs. George be Ink a president of the Busy Burbank prints. I legion meeting tonight Wail paper paints Williams Charlie to tint is Able to air up. I Sib. Exchange National Bank easy terms on bathrooms. A e. Dav is a suns. A kinds of Garden and Flower seed at the Groves Floral co. Carl sub Rule quot i gained 23 pounds in Florida. I like it Down Robert Gaston Aud Eugene Harrison have decided to study for Tho ministry. Quot a peach tree in the rear of Charles Pantley a tailor shop on South fifth Street is loaded with blossoms. Statistics show that eight out of to who Are ruptured Wear the smithsonian truss with satisfaction. Hee them fit Byrnes. Dick Gilman Orlin Weede and Bob her trix will give out the latest no then in information on the stale Bonus it the legion meeting tonight. Got out that Palm Beach suit and have it cleaned and pressed so you will have it ready when the hot weather comes. Phone 1045. Lambert cleaning service. Stu sutters infected fool is in much better condition and he expects to be Able to return to his Home at Effingham from the Atchison Hospital the Middle of this week. A Hail in Smith county treasurer who died suddenly last night at his Home 1005 Santa be Street had planned to go to Topeka this week to take the scottish rite masonic degrees. The Homer boy who lost a leg in the explosion at Jack Mckevitt a borne is doing very Well and the doctors believe he will survive the Shock and injury. He is in the Hatchl son Hospital. It. L. Kouts forfeited so today by failure to appear in police court this morning on a charge of speeding. Roy Hollar also was arrested yesterday on ii speeding charge and his Bond of $5 also was forfeited this morning. Misses Margaret Leary supervisor for the Atchison county Public health association arid miss Anna fall former nurse for the association Are attending a meeting of the Kansas welfare association at Tope j a this week. J it is understood that Ned Mahoney j will become private Secretary to f. L. Cond it Atchison a division freight j agent of the Santa be. Ned Mahoney now working for the Santa be in i Ile is a son of or. And mrs. Tom Mahoney 309 Atchison Street j Clyde Highfill Lins resigned As Sec rotary to f. L. Pond it Santa be division freight agent. Or. And mrs. Highfill and family will go to Hutch Jinson May i. Where he will be private i Secretary to Clark Davis Santa be division freight agent. Or. High fills Transfer to i or promotion. You Cah save 15 minutes Quick Quaker Oats Cooks in 3 to s minutes As Well As it Cooks in in hour. No other oat flakes Cook nearly so quickly. Yet Tho flavor is identical with regular Quaker Oats. That super flavor which conies from flaking the finest grains Only. In Quick Quaker the Oats Are Cut before flaking. They Are rolled very thin and partly cooked. So the flakes Are smaller and thinner that is a. And those Small thin flakes Cook quickly. Tell your grocer which kind you want Quick Quaker or the regular. Work. Roy making his arc begin i lie v could now a Quick Quaker Oats Cook in 3 to s Minatta More country schools close Friday was anything but a Ane Day in the Way of weather. However the rain increased rather than diminished the attendance of the Puj trons at the lust Day of school exercises at not Singer Maple Grove Forest Grove. Sunny Hill South i Creek Aud Hollister. Many who would have Felt they could not take the time had the weather been tit hitched up their teams and took the whole family to the Community dinner. The reports All tally to the effect that the dinners this year were the Best. Ever. At Hollister miss Jessie Stamper teacher Fred Bur Meister and Ralph Hammond tied for the Liberty Bell six. Mary Cunningham Edmund and Elva Stocker Marguerite Hargrove Dorothy Buhr Meister and Ralph Hammond had perfect attendance for eight months and three Dorothy Delfelder Marie bidding and James Cunningham had six months of perfect attendance. At sunny Hill Elsie George was awarded the Liberty Bell Jack Taliaferro Melvin Meyer Clarence learn her and Daisy Thomas had perfect attendance. Anna Lloyd had seven months perfect attendance and was j awarded a certificate for perfect Les sons in spelling for one year and Riso for three years. Mrs. Leo Siler 1 of Atchison who taught the school last. Year was a special guest. Miss a a. Gladys Clough the teacher had a Hutchinson office is a j dash of the it Dalsy Thomas Anna i Lloyd and Lee George to take the Eva Lea. Seventeen daughter of or. And mrs. James p. Worrel of Branson mo., will graduate from the Branson High school i this Spring and will lie salutatorian for her class. The Worrel s formerly lived at sugar Lake. Or. Worrel is proprietor of Taney Omo Park a Ashing resort at Branson. A raw sore Throat Kasis quickly when \ of Little Muster Ole. Apply a tha do Mark do1 recept bees. And mrs. Charles Green miss j j Cor Mode and miss Calhoun it of the i Aud Muster Ole wont Blister like the Monrovia Road club were visitors old fashioned Mustard plaster. Just miss Etta Mackay Sang accompanied j spread it. On with your fingers. It by mrs. True Joseph on the piano penetrates to the sore spot with a misses Geneva and Nadine 8lever Piny a gentle Tingle loosens the congestion a i a plan duet mrs Clarence Ellis Aud draws out the soreness and pain chairman for april announced the j Muster Ole is a clean White scheduled for april 27 had been j Niento made with Oil of Mustard. It is j St potted until the evening of the Tine for Quick Relief from sore Throat first thursday in june. Bronchitis tonsillitis croup stiff neck m Ethel Morgan has been engage j asthma neuralgia headache congested to teach the Noffsinger school Tho j tlam pleurisy rheumatism Lumbago coming term at $10o per month. J pains and aches of the Back or joints sprains sore Muscles buses Coli Fer term at $105 tier Mouth. Mrs. A. It. Smith was very Low a time saturday afternoon. A party of Effingham men went on a fishing expedition saturday night. Or and mrs Robert e Crotch fled of St. Joseph Are guests at the win. Crotch fled and Earl Law Homes. In Crotch fled of tee urn or ii neb., and ii Friend e Arnold of Concordia who have been in St. Joseph the past week attending a of automobile salesmen Over sunday at the we. Home. Blains rusted feet colds on the Chest. Keep it Handy for instant use. 35c and 15e, jars and Tulles Hospital size $3.00. Better than a Mustard plaster. Convent Are guests Crotch fled bf-5 Here a a Good Chance for a lot of excitement years old j county examination. At Maple Grove All but three fall lies were present John d. Hawk i or. And mrs. Alex Mclenon responded to a request from the teacher miss Maurine Elliot for speeches. Ralph Kloepper won the Liberty Bell. Mabel pods the Book of Honor for eight years of perfect attendance. Mabel Poos and veda Hawk had 8 months perfect attendance this year. Mary g. Mclenon and Elmer Kloep j per finished the Grade work. At South Creek Beulah Page received the Liberty Bell Asa Cook a j Gold pin for three years perfect at a Tendance. The pupils presented their teacher miss Marie Beyer an Ivory clock As a parting gift. Every family in the District except one was present. Four from South Creek took the eighth Grade and three the seventh Grade examination saturday. At Forest Grove Frances Madden Esther Valentine and Julia Hawk made almost the same average. Frances Madden leading by a per cent was awarded the Liberty Bell and a five tear Honor Book. The teacher gave the other two a Hook for a prize. Anna Buddenbohm was Given the Gold pin for Throe years perfect attendance. Anna and Carl Buddenbohm Carrol Crotch fled and Frances Madden perfect attendance diplomas for this year Leroy Hawk Mildred Hawk Margery Felton and Elizabeth Tosterud six months certificates. Elizabeth Tosterud the youngest child in school did not enrol until the third Day hut had perfect at Tendance after enrolling. Julia and Thelma Hawk Esther Valentine and Arthur Whaley id 300 perfect sponging lessons. Carrol Crotch fled Gilbert Hawk Charles Petree Olive i tensl0n quot will Foster Arthur and Elmer Whaley Anna Buddenbohm Esther Valentine Julia. Thelma Leroy and Mildred Hawk had too perfect spelling lessons. The pupils gave their Leacher miss Selma Larson a Shower. Meet my at Gore. Thor Irones. Low a Blythe. Or Morrison phone 5418 or 1510. Wanted i girls at the Troy Laun dry. Ice boxes nil sizes costello bros., hardware Ani winners. Pansy plants in Bloom ready to set out. Groves Floral co. Everybody ukes a Grumpy a the picture now running at the orpheus. Bryan Smith a its too bad about Charlie Borth. Ile was a Fine the Missouri River is unusually High for this time of year and is still rising. After six months of Young has succeeded in car run. 1 a few of Tho Farmers iring to hint around that use a Little Sunshine. The Bell Telephone co. Will go to press with May Issue of directory at i once. Notify 400 for changes. Phone us Early about papering i your House so we can get to you ear i in. If you please. Eberly so North. In our jewelry department we Are showing a new Hue of Cordova hand bags iii the newest designs Zimmer mans just received a special lot of Columbia records. Quot aggravate no papa a Sung j by Dolly Kay also the same record i by the georgian orchestra Oberlin s. Orlton Weede attended a state legion j meeting at Topeka yesterday afternoon and last evening visited his i Mother mrs. W. J. Bailey in Kansas i City. Fred Kaufman a people Are Cor 1 a mainly toking advantage of tin1 Many bargains we Are offering in shoes and i ladles hats. The store was crowded a jail Day Herbert Ham a the kiwanis base Hall team wont have any trouble whipping the Ito try team. The lug struggle will he Between the kiwanis team and the Lions or. Charles Robinson will be on the pitching staff of the kiwanis baseball team. There was a time when or. Robinson was big league Timber. At present he is entirely too portly. John Murray one of Atchison a Hest and most substantial citizens left this afternoon for Kansas City to enter a Hospital. He was accompanied by his daughter miss Bessie Mur quot Ray and his son Joe Murray. Every woman who wants some household goods should be at the j. M. Mccord residence at 525 Laramie Street on next tuesday when he will offer All of his furniture a Public auction. Re Mem Lier the Date april 24. Commencing promptly at 2 p. In. Mrs. James Welters whose husband is a patient at the state Hospital at Topeka is suffering with paralysis at her Home 1113 North second Street and her condition is critical. The Junior league has engaged mrs. W. 8. Alyou to care for her. John Frank Joe and f. P. Cotter came to Atchison with the body of their Mother. Mrs. William Cotter j w to died in san Antonio Texas last week. All four of the sons live in san Antonio. The body came in yesterday morning. They plan to return to Texas tonight. J from 1,000 to 1,500 pair of shoes i for Sale cheap. Ladies children a and menus High and Low shoes in Black White and Brown at 48c, 70c, 98c, $1.45 and $1.98. Shoes in this lot were marked us High As $15 per pair. Heres you Chance to get a real bargain. F. W. Kaufman sales i company. Yesterday or. And mrs. Bert Mclaughlin invited or. And mrs. Leonard gassed and or. And mrs. Al j Smith and family to be their guests. At noon mrs. Mclaughlin served a Fine dinner and in the afternoon the party motored to St. Joe and Back in the evening to attend services at the latter Day saints Church. After several years of married life with no children or. And mrs. John Niblo living near Muscotah were made very Happy saturday by tire i birth of a daughter who has been named Eunice Eveline. The Little girl is fortunate in her parents who besides being Fine people have one of the nicest Homes in tis county. I Bert. C. Wells City manager a a. In Moore seems to have the wrong impression about the Maut Hill sewer. The sewer was not designer to Servo that Section of South Atchison Over the Hill from the sower As this a would be impracticable. But an expo made to take care of i Trio properties of or. Moore and Ralph Fletcher which Aru on top of the dry goods Tole phone ish rain Shine Umbra Las in black�?2.60 a a style in of line weave mercerized taffeta i self Gros Grain Edge made in 22 Inch size with to rills to simulate the very nicest of the silk styles Amber rib and Amber top tips new club handles with leather straps. The smartest Black umbrellas we be Ever shown. The material is Waterproof and very durable. A style 2�?same qualify As above same handles same Amber tips but in 25 Inch size with 8 ribs. I regulation number for ladies umbrellas is 72 50 Good umbrellas�?$1 a a special value of sturdy material most of the bundles with the now leather strap loops. A splendid Quality for such a Low Price. Close weave�?1.50 �?26 Inch sturdily made with club handles and leather straps Good sensible umbrellas to withstand a great Deal of wear�?1.50. The Best wearing umbrellas for men�?3.50 a made in 28 Inch with 8 ribs Strong Frame a Prince of Wales Bent handles. The very Good tiling about this Quality is the wonderful Quality in Tho cover a very flue English fabric Woven with minute wills very highly mercerized very dense but not at All Bulky a 3.50. Specials colors in ladies1 All silk umbrellas in a in Navy medium to Midnight Green medium to very dark purple. The Quality of silk is Good better than Ordinary Low priced styles with Borders in Gros Grain or Satin weave handles in very newest club shapes with leather straps a rib and top in Amber. 595 Good underwear in summer weights at �?76c suit 65 Nice a nicely finished knit of it pm la to Cotton More Clear in texture than is usually found a bodice or regular tops various styles Knees including closed style. Sizes 34 to us a -05c. Sizes to to ll�?75c. Ford parts. J. A. Fletcher. Delaney dry cleaners. Phone 54 Ellsworth Ingalls returned today from a trip East. Mrs. Frederic Niedner is still sick j in bed with Throat trouble. I Loose Chicken still Are providing i ample work for officer Hick Coigne. I Jess Townsend 834 Atchison Street celebrated his 50th birthday yesterday. A Man arrested recently for drunkenness told the police lie had been i drinking quot canned i three and a half per cent interest paid at the Atchison savings Bank jollies state Bank iii Kansas. Henry Stretton a a in a going to yell i at the baseball games this season. I Haven to done any Yelling for seven i daughters of Isabella tuesday Roy Coleman county Engineer quot nobody is asleep of the Effingham Road Job. We were not pushing the Shannon Section of the Job last week Ben use we were giving All of the assistance we had to the metropolitan company so that the Atchison end of the Road could be finished As soon Ai is Marvin Parker a Cdr. Small pastel of the Hyde Park Christian Church Kansas pity w 111 speak to the Al Wanis club wednesday. He is one Al the Best speakers in Kansas City. House cleaning i r made by vein a w pub no i Puk a a a quot a a pm softens hard water bail a Peckage pupi Loda handkerchief the outbursts of Everett True Friday afternoon when the Sumner school closed those receiving certificates of Reward were As follows or i tifi eates for too perfect spelling Les j sons Lizzie Riehle Pearl Serene j Mary Davis Luella and Stella Klein j or Mildred Turner. Grace Schubert Meta Chester and Ira Lister Bruce j Eiehue Walter Overton Fred Turner Paul Bechtold and Francis Livermore those receiving certificates for 300 j perfect spelling lessons were Lizzie i Riehle find Paul Bechtold. Certificates for perfect attendance for entire term Lizzie Riehle Chester and Ira Lister Stella and Luella plainer and Fred Turner. For six months attendance Mary Davis. The Liberty i Bell was awarded to Ira Lister for having the highest average. Ile also received the Liberty Bell last year. The medal for three years perfect attendance wont to Lizzie Riehle. Miss j Ersa Mcrae was re elected to teach the school next term with an increase in salary. This will make her fourth term of teaching in this District. Wellington merchant dead Wellington kus., apr. 23. J. Smith 74, Pioneer Kansas to Rehaut died at his Home Here today. Smith was owner of a Large tract of land near Ashland Kansas arum Whf a a1 a it j Well known Kansas Rancho. Ile came to Kansas 50 years ago from Cinel a a nut Ohio. Aspirin say a a Bayer and insist unless you see the name a Thayer quot of package or Oil tablets you Are not getting the genuine a i product pre scribed by physicians Over Twenty two years and prof it Olds Toothache Kanu he neuralgia a opt quot buyer d ufos 1> for a a Aly proper twelve millions headache Lumbago rheumatism pain pain tablets of aspirin each unbroken package it it Atuila directions. Handy boxes of tablets Cost few cents. Druggists a1 so soil bottles of 24 and too. J aspirin is the Trade Mark of Bay or manufacture of of Salley Readd. A to it a a to a <?0 into to of. A it in it p. Of it 5 not to fut a of fobs fluno l Vav i it g r3. Co it if it j i Al 60 co Yew o cd o cd o g c to o a o o o o Ojo of o o 0 o 0 o o o jobbers. Atchison saddlery co., manufacturers of saddlery leather and saddlery hardware 420 422 Kansu ave., Atchison Kansas. J a. Akk lawyer. Practices in state and Federal courts. Corporation and Corn medal Law specialities first National bark budding

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