T Inscore Night Yard Master Sep 1919

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T Inscore Night Yard Master Sep 1919 - / EUFORIA».} unlaiJ eggi end a hen, unfinished...
/ EUFORIA».} unlaiJ eggi end a hen, unfinished system. 100 Ibs. (aboro and only follow»:—• white* " balanced Chowder elements guarantee If fed directed. \Vrlio for our Book Curen oi Fccdrfia Cooking L'cullry Fikturei. for KCCB- elc. Mo. lander have months first of •, College la of nuil- letters, etc SA.VTA KK $' T Inscore, night >ardmaster, in aylng^off for. a. Ce:rv any»' vacation. Tli'n'-'folio wink', .a wlicbñien are lay- ng off for n. fow days; G. C. Foster, ? I, Hun Is, .lamuVCnrr, Á ^tnnlev, r. Telfonl, W.'R.^Gouley, P. li. San- lers and,.\V. S. Miller. Engineer I3en 'Dunn has been sent o Strong City, to work bit thú-Su- perior branch. Ejiiglnfee.r" B. U. Bent?, ¡s taking Poní Kejly's place, while,'Kelly is In !ef£0j0li a shot t business trip KilKinkef Carl W. Taylor lias <beon, sent, to. Florence, for work out <il' :hore, because of tho scarcity of en- ineers on tho Ellin wood branch. ..-•" ¡ Engineer A. W. Shannon hag boon sent to Newton. Klrnmnu •'• ('.• CJalbcr" has been sent to Hiirnard for work on the nainard-ManchOKter brunch. Fireman li. C. Palmer .hns foenh sent to Strong City, for v.'ork out of there, Engineer James Farley Is back on passenger runs 7 and 10, utter a vacation, vacation, which he «pent in Canada ami NUigara'Falls. ling inner .John Campbell Is laying off for a few days. língino 1SC2 is in the Kmptirla shops for machina and rod work. Kngine 1S(KI is running on trains 20 and 30, in placo of Rngino 1SG!>, .which is In tho shops. Passenger ISnglnc '42, is, in • i'rto shops for machine work. " lírigiheer William Wilson is luy- ing alt of pnasBiiger runs 2C7 iintl 2(18, 'between Emporia and Chanute. Passuiiger Engines I'lSjfi anil !>"i8 were tnrnod on i of the shops yesterday yesterday after Dicing,, in several days for repairs. Hoad Porcino» Charles Tjeat, of Argentine, was in Empoi-ia yesterday' on biiBlness. Rarl Stair has boon placed on the firemen's extra hoard, on the Cottonwood Cottonwood division. .lames Woods, round house fore-, man, is laying off for a few days. Machinist Ed Powers, who lias been laying off, has returned to work. ,, Engineer Morgan Lander, is taking taking a flu-days' leave of absence: Hostler Frank Lamb Is laying off for a few days. x ' '' Paul Willis, of the Franklin Railway Railway Supply Company, of Franklin, X..V., is in Bmporia looking after tho Franklin appliances on Santa Fo engines. engines. Master Mechanic E. E. Macovech, of Argentine, was in Emporia ycs- tord.iy on business. Engineer Harry Ponnypacker la laying off :i tew days. Engineer Fred Smith and Firemen Hohus nnd.iMclinhay are laying off a few trips. __ : The Simla Fe has an average, of fifty regular trains through Bmporla ii. day. .The wheat and stock business business is exceptionally heavy this ^veek, '••-, Fireman F. C. Brown has been' sent to Strong City for work ori'thc Superior branch. Fireman '15. .1. Hill hns been sant to Newton, for work out of there. No InfliiciiKii in Kniporin. limporla .practically is free from Influenza, according to Emporia doctors, doctors, who say one or two cases may have been observed the past •month but it was not absolutely certain that tho sickness WHS not grip or incipient incipient pneumonia. Doctors agree that so little is known of the way in which the disease develops and ihe results of it that no prophecy can be maiio with any degree of authority, concerning concerning a possible outbreak later. "The latter part of last September, September, irülueiu'.a became epidemic and practically nil the- schools in the ¡ítalo closed the first of-October," a doctor said today. "This year few, if any, <HEOS have developed in tho state and It Is possible that'u recurrence recurrence of last year's epidemic may not develop—contrary to the. prophecies of. many medica! authorities that Influenza Influenza would break out In a more malignant form this year." "Sp littlo Is known of the disease that no one 'can tell what may b'6 prevcntatlve measures, but assuredly assuredly the basic principles of good health should be observed. Fresh air. sunlight, sunlight, exercise and good, nourishing food will koop the body in good condition condition and increase the general resistance resistance to disease of nny kind. In the various tests of Indtioimi made in (lie government laboratorios and others, it was not provecí, that the disease disease was contagions as men inoculated inoculated with the germs taken from critical critical cases. Tailed to contract the flu. [experimentation with a prevenlative serum was not brOiid enough to bring .ac'curRte .conclusions ny .to its efficacy, although' doctors agree it, Is not harmful and may be highly beneficial." x 'Follow the rules for good health, keep fit, don't neglect colds;, headache, headache, and other slight illnesses that may bo th>¡ forerunner of something inore serious, is the advice of .t!: doctors and tho only rulos for fifí prevention they'offer. only end invention.' to it living at it liber»! with' I am in the market for all grades of alfalfa and prairie Ray; have storage for several tons of alfalfa; alfalfa; highest market prices paid for all hay; liberal advances on" contracts; phone, wire or write~me for prices. O. E. Moon, phone 1054 Red. Judge-W. C. Harris nnd Mrs. Harris Harris drove to Chase Covrnty totjay to attend the Middle" Créele, Fair and visit friends! Although no have .been (Hod register nf I'or several that oil jcasing county. Several working In the Ihe county and is being inn do time, according .ewls, register, from Madison well to be Oay land, that practically-all and rig have location and tiu- test is-bcing put Magnolia Company fuel oil hi\vc ! Why .p hone ir(9a . n.'A. Ornvr'r, acted busiiK'K.s An electric tho Topic. Mrs . \y. ,7. shopping In . , Cedar cliesla

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  1. The Emporia Gazette,
  2. 26 Sep 1919, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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