Alice Robertson Death Chanute Tribune Mar 27 1912
Sunday evening. ... Mr. Orear of Parsons was canvassing this locality last week in the interest of, the International International Harvester Company.... Mr. and Mrs. Young attended the big dinner and reunion at the Shirley Shirley school house Friday. UR15AXA. Urbana, Kas., March 27. W. G. Morten, who has been here as station station agent for the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad two years, was checked out Monday and left for Katy, Tex., Tuesday for a short visit. He expects another station on the Katy. The people of Urbana hoDe that he will be returned here. but it is likely he will get a better station. .. .The Urbana schools closed Thursday instead of Friday. The teachers got a day off for Christmas, Christmas, which made school out a day earlier .... Beth Jarrett closed a very successful term of school in the Meeker district Tuesday. The patrons showed their appreciation of her work by a big dinner.... M. C. Duzinsky ,cf Neosho Falls, Kas., is here as station agent during the vacation vacation of the regular agent. . . .John Run closed his term of school in the Star district Friday. The patrons surprised him with a big dinner. Mr. Run gave excellent satisfaction satisfaction this year and may decide to accept the same school again next year. . . .Miss Hattie Kennedy closed her school in the Abbott district Tuesday. She had a nife program prepared and the patrons also surprised surprised her with a big dinner. . . . News was received here Friday of the death of Mrs. Alice A. Robertson in Brown county, Kansas. Mrs. Robertson was born and grew to womanhood in this immediate vi- vi- cinity. The remains were brought here on the afternoon train Sunday and laid to rest in Betheny cemetery. The bereaved husband and relatives have the profound sympathy of tho nntiro fnmmnnltv in their Bad bereavement. . . .The following were; here from a distance to attend the. funeral 'of Mrs. C. C. Robertson: , John Lopeman of Chanute, li.Qna Lopeman of Fredonia, Mrs. A. L. Linderman of Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. O M Pnliortcnn ond A 51 11 p t'fr Of - Tnln. Kas.. and Mrs. Mary Rutledge OI wiciiilh, rvtis . . . . iJCIl UUBCll iC- iC- turned from Chanute Tuesday..... There was a good attendance from iiT:.i.;i. T T T T T 11 . ; here at the Norton sale Tuesday Everything sold hlgh. . . .(Juite a crowd went up to evening to attend Chanute Friday the contests be-1 be-1 be-1 twqen the Chanute and Parsons high schools. All report a time.... Miss Ethel Fisher good was down from Chanute Sunday visiting home folks. .. .Chris Yockey . is working for W. B. Young and Roy Kirley is working for C. N. Stipp. Joseph Pillot is making preparations to build a new barn on his farm east of town. . The "Child's Welfare" movement has challenged the attention of thoughful peole everywhere. Mothers are natural supporters and will find in Foley's Honey and Tar Compound a ixi uo L taiuauic am, v;uub" colds that unchecked lead to croup, bronchitis, and pneumonia yield very quickly to the healing and soothing qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The Legitimate Drag Store. Lewis Chuchill of Chihuahua' Is visiting his mother Mrs. C. F. Lowe and sister, Miss Edna Churchill. "