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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Atchison, Kansas R Tok War of the Atchison daily Globe. Sunday july 27, 1924. City news. Collection of news paragraphs Anil advertisement. Gabriel stubbers. De Boney. Delaney dry cleaners. Phone 54. Or. W. S. Pulliam chiropractor .�?~512 Simpson building. John w. Davis says he will deliver surprisingly Short speeches. Mis. Albert Jones of East Atchison is very sick with acute indigestion. I losing out Sale Fin bathing slippers $1.25 number for 75 cents. John Kaff. Miss Maud Bishop 705 division Street who was critically ill is improving. Loren Lyons who had a minor operation on his Eye recently is attle to Lieut work at the Blair Mill. Lost Nash Auto in Lute i Cap on Concrete Road Lief Ween Monrovia and Effingham. Reward la. M. Ernst. Or. And mrs. Frank Weatherford have returned to their Home in Kansas City after a visit with or. And mrs. John Weatherford. Bort Gilmore a we have equipped some of the finest Homes in the Eity with electric Light fixtures. Would be pleased to have you come in and look my line Over and get my they say the Missouri Pacific is about to reach first place among Tho railroads of the country As an a on time Railroad. In Juno 7 per cent of the Missouri Pacific trains were on time. Marvin Parker Lins landed a splendid position. Ile will travel for Pretor a Cambio the big soap House. His headquarter quot Wilt be in Brookfield to. Lie starts to work August 4. Eventually or and mrs Parker will move to Brookfield or and mrs. Ben seamen left last night for St louts where his brother Sam seamen is very Low. As a result of a general breakdown in health Sam seamen was a Telegraph o a Erater iii Atchison Twenty tears ago t it ii he been me sick he was a Pullman con doctor on tile Wallas Between St. La us and Chicago his Kotlier woo resides in St Louis is eighty years old. Sam sea me i never married. Fairy h a. Wayne Plummer had the misfortune to step on a Pine of w ire cutting a very deep Cut iii one of his feet. Born wednesday to or and mrs. Cecil Jackson a Laugher John Kii Izier Corn i n Abir for $1 a Bushel but not funnels Are Lucky enough to hate a no Corn for say a. Or and mrs i Cia will soon a trip out West and while travelling or. Xaiv Euilee expect to trap gophers. Mrs. Ralph Roi Tioff and children Bobby and Betty Jane arc visiting Ai the in inc of mr.-. Bomhoff a parents. Or Ami or ill la Wigt. Betty june is Verj ill Lili whooping cough miss Mary Folk who formerly Liu a in my i la it Sheely wore married Widm Lay. July at Hiawatha. Mrs is in touted Felt in the Horton High school last Spring. Or sin i Ley is a our Carp liter at the Horton Hopes. Lii Beth and Helen Louie in St. Joe Are visit leg with their grandparents. Or. And mrs ii i St i lard suffered since Young girl words failed to express Benefit received from Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound Doodlebug a new Alval creates excitement in dood Leville by Claude Shafer i 44 Armold s tire service. Phone 584. Arthur Kinney is growing younger. Maurice Woodford s infected hand la better. Jim Challis will return this we a a from Al form see Mullin Bros about one of thus Primrose Cream separators. Ask your grocer. He sell Ile Kein Kaemper a bottled soda Waters a Hundred ear had punctures on the Effingham Road Friday night. For pari., Indiana. Franklin Spad a Coal Call a. A Keiser. Phone 1401. Or. Leizor the name of Turtle top should lie changed to it High Roy Hines of the Missouri Pacific freight House is spending a week to Kansas City. Jim Courtney has returned from Long Beach Calif. Ile is employed at the Burlington freight House. Harry Mclaughlin who formerly had n position in the first National Bank is now working in St. Louis. Or. And mrs. George Snyder Are visiting in Holton and or. And mrs. Harry j. Lloyd Are visiting in Topeka. Or. And mrs. J. M. Chisham Ara spending the week end in Kansas City with their daughter mrs. Jack mul Holland. John Clingan and family have returned from Alton kus., where they silent their vacation with or. And mrs. Charlie Glenn. Ralph Fisher of the express office has entered Tho government Hospital in Kansas City for observation. To Bas been suffering with rheumatism for some time. Charlie Ila Debaugh. The machinist who Hab in retired from work on la Missouri Pacific pension is seventy three years old. Ile was a Missouri Pacific employee for 45 years. Dent Bui prison we have the reputation of giving the Best moving service and charging the highest prices. We arc pleased to announce that we have reduced our prices and will continue to give the same High Grade service. This should please those who want their personal effects properly handled without a severe Strain on their pocketbooks. The g rollick Transfer amp storage co. M. C. Reese Oma in division brakeman who lives in Atchison has nil injured Arm and wont by Able to work for a week or two. When Bis train made a sudden Stop at Leavenworth he was hurled through the window of the cupola of the caboose. The train consisted of 125 cars. Burglars fire catastrophe you never can Tell. Win not feel safer by having your valuables i ii safety Deli sit Box iii tilt1 Exchange National bunk or Exchange state bunk use cents Bho Bug destroyer non poisonous to persons. Enol kills bed bugs instantly destroys their eggs. Does not stain. No Tell Talo doors. Byrness Pui g Stoke. Till amp a unit a. Ricketts amp Hogi e. 7th amp conic. Walters is Behrens add co Rny i. St. Anti America Day i this pit turf shows the arrival of the american round the world fliers at Lebourget flying Field just outside Paris. It was Bastile Day and lieutenant Lowell Smith and his companions made a superlative Effort to reach the capital on the Holiday. The crowds shouting thar Welcome. 41 Are seen surging about the planes Greenville Texas. A a a words cannot express How much Good Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound has done for n e every month i would have cramps and headache Ana i Felt like i was freezing to death. I suffered in this Way from the time i was a Young girl and All the doctors said was a operation. For months i had a tired sleepy feeling All Day and when night would come i would be so nervous i stay in bed. Our druggist recommended Tho vegetable compound to my husband and he nought four bottles. I have taken wavery one and i think i have a right to raise your Medicine. Mrs. J. B. Holleman 2214 e. Marshal Street Greenville Texas. For fifty years Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound has been used by women from girlhood through Middle ago. It is a dependable Medicine for troubles common to women. Such symptoms As mrs. Holloman had Are relieved by correcting the cause of the trouble. For Sale by druggists everywhere. Mrs. G. T. Senhor 1119 parallel Street on Friday received a table i cloth several lunch cloth and several i napkins from her sister mrs. Boden incisor of Koenig Oden Ivald. , Germany. Tile remarkable 1 tiling Al it these Linen articles is that they were made by mrs. Sober a a Moth r about seventy years ago Aud that mis. Knob or s Erand Pitrenas Many years ago raised the flux from which hic linens Wen made. Mrs. Scheber s Mother was about fifteen years old when she by Kami spun the flax and wove the linens. She died last fall. Another remarkable tiling about the linens i that they were iii a Deer Creek butter Carton when they arrived in Atchison. Evidently Deer Creek butter made in Atchison is used in Genua by. A Shrub in tin Yard tit the Home of or. And mrs. Larkin Martin. 521 Street put Forth so Beautiful and unusual to Blossom or. Martin took it to Lim maw. Id cos to ask to a name of the Shrub the Mau Gelsdorf Are botanical dictionaries Aud Are Appeal d to iii such use. They say the Shrub is a Mallow and belongs to the Hibiscus family. Tile Mallow in the Martin Yard is creamy White with a l Liaison Center. Just to show ii of Well a boy can do with a Globe route William Cochrane has thirty eight and in two years has saved .$2t>0. Lbs proud of the Nehler uncut and lie has a right to in. Carl May he Vav a i will do just what i agree to and would appreciate a Chance to show you and w ill if elected adv. Pone four four for Flowers. Jay Adams. Insurance. Phone too. J. N. Arthur business is getting better quot coca cola glasses pile dozen at kid Seyss China store. Girls wanted for folding. Burbank print shop. Iii commercial. De. Holbrook had a Fisk 51x4 tire stolen from his car Friday night. And Ricketts of Ricketts of Hogue is having trouble with Las appendix. Get in tin habit of calling at the Shu w amp Curt Mill filling station for oils and gasoline. Marion Kohler who is building a new Bouse on the Riv Reb Vav drive let i he Eon Gnu to Frank Magennis. Read a the Bakers want to soil you Atchison made bread iii tills Issue. Ii will Appel to every Loyal citizen. Or. And mrs. Be is Fletcher and or. And mrs. Will Mize arc visiting professor and mrs. E. W. Penn of Maryville to. Several Farmers have already finished their blowing for fall wheat. Tile Farmers Arentt losing an hours time tin summer. A fracture to tin Collar Bono was sustained Friday night by Rosemary two year old daughter of furl Smith South of town when she fell out of a window. The following Atchison golfers will go to i a Vav relict today will Thayer Wirt i let Borington Lee Riley Bob Noll Howard Lockwood Otto Teague and Ronald Ramsay. Mrs. A p. Puts and son Spenser going to Europe mrs. E. P. Pitts and Lier son. Spencer expect to sail for Europe the latter part of tile summer and will lie gone a year. Upon his return Spencer Pitts will enter Yule College. Ile has passed All the required examinations enabling him to enter Yale this year. He is Only seventeen years of age and it is thought a year in Europe before entering , w ill be beneficial to him in every a collision at sea heard in the Simpson building a Calva Lapp wants the eats killed Boj cause they kill Birds. I remonstrate. Cats were held sacred in the old Egypt thin Days because tile eats killed rats and in those Day s rats tried to eat the j people. Cats today keep the country pretty Well rid of rats. Cats Are essential. A Well fed eat wont kill a gird. All of us should feed our eats liberally so that the cats wont kill if anyone of babe Ruth s rivals in the american l eague had any idea of overtaking tile Bambino for 192-1 Homo j run honors those particular Clouter i probably have had a change of heart quot i hitting his 29th Homer to the open j spaces Ruth is so far in Hie lend that even Ken Williams of the Browns has almost Given up in desperation. Williams is trailing ten homers on the wrong Side of the Ledger. Those three motor ears installed by the Missouri la Seifi a on the Atchison St. Joe run on the Prosser Brunch and Between Gorham and Cairo 111., Cost $50,500. Mohi oils. Shaw amp cart Mill. Phone 1102, Wolfers Transfer co. Fine stationery 2u Pound packages 59o, this week at Byrne s. Chicken dinner 50 cents today at the Good eats ufos 419 commercial. Expert alteration and repair work. J. F. System opposite the Globe office. For Sale or rent fully modern seven room House 1185 parallel. W. In saw in. Barney Nolan has a sore Throat and Tho doctor has instructed iii in to slay at Home. Calvin Hudson has gone to Claremore okla. To visit Bis aunt mrs. W. I Johnston. Miss Theresa pulling of Nortonville. Is working temporarily at the i la Rvl hardware company. Done to fail to read an argument in this Issue on Why Atchison people should buy Atchison made bread. J. F. Davenport employed at the locomotive finished material company has an injured band Aud is unable to be at work. Alois Philipp a a baby has brains but does t know it. It takes experience to Tench us whether or not a have brains. I have had a world of Al the bladder Tach up Tda Beni name i a a be we o a a Sun str for i the Street of Tokyo were thronged with demonstrators on anti american Day. Her to a group of japanese citizens in a a solemn unswerving protest against the immigration Law who Etc excludes Japan est from Tho United state. The demonstrators boasted that americans to Japan fear to venture outside their Home at night. Thi is the great hoi that a torn to the id of the Steamer Boston when Hwa rammed by the Tanker Swift Arrow off Judith Point. R i it a her that several passenger or killed Hundred of other were taken to Newport. R. I., and to new York by Rescue boats answering the s. O 8 Call her the disabled via a i being towed to Newport. Republicans who vote for Stubbs for governor will be casting a ballot for a Man who made one of the Best governors Kansas has Ever had a Man who has suffered financial reverses with other Farmers a Man who can defeat the Rainbow chasing Democrat who now holds Down the chair. Stubbs w ill not try to make the governorship a stepping Stone but will give honest to goodness business administration. Iti vote for Stubbs this and is paid for by Atchison county Stubbs for governor club. Political advertising Oes mobb

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