The Herington Times from Herington, Kansas on February 1, 1923 · Page 5
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Herington, Kansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1923
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THE HERINGTON TIMES, HERINGTON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1923 O- t l o- LOST SPRINGS. Mrs. Mary A. O'Rourke Dead Mrs. O'Rourke is dead. This sim pie message, which passed from neighbor to neighbor and on through, the town Saturday, brought a shade of sadness to the hearts of all who heard it, for this good woman who has lived among us for a number of years, had Miss Emma McCoy is spending a few days with Mrs. Mark Hamble before going to Topeka for an extended visit. al spent the week end with his par-! fnd?ared ierself tc U by her simple ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Fowler. ! f ndnf 3' heI insistent christian life, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson and chil-P" cnarmiDS personality and her dren of Eurdick, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar eemess at a11 times- children Nelson of Lincolnville, Rev. Smith-ved her the younS people enjoyed berg of Enterprise and Mr. and Mrs.iner' 'ne oiaer IneiKj3 trU3ted fier and Harry Anderson were dinner guests ;came for sympathy and understand-at the C. F. Nelson home Sunday. ! lnf?' and her mediate family and Miss Kitten Herring stent several t fnends adored her- Her passing dav v.; wv in iwk. I leaves a Place nnot be filled, Mrs. TA Snencer entertained th T. i but her life aTnong us leaves a Pleas W. E. club Thursday afternoon. ant memoiT of kindly service and un-Those present were Mrs. Chauncy fIflsh devotion to family, friends and Novak, Mrs. R. H. Wharton, Mrs. Joe "c t 13 an inspiration w Reeser, Mrs. Daryl Thompson, Mrs. i a11 and Wl11 lmer oTiZ after she has F.veret. Rpvh Mrs T.nas McMillan i &one- Mrs. Fre4 McNicol, Mrs'. Goldman j Mrs- 'Rourke left Herington about Smith, Mrs. Harrison Ball, Mrs. Lola e" davs to visit her brother at York and Mrs. Env- CmM cf Miss. i, ana ner two sons at faso, Mrs. T. B. Matlock and daughter, Miss Evelyn of Marion were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Loomis Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Mastin spent Sunday with relatives in White City. The W. C. T. U. gave a program Friday night at the high school auditorium which was well attended. Rev. E. P. Mowrer and others gave very interesting talks. Dr. S. P. Loomis attended the Cattleman's convention at Wichita Friday. Rev. Croft was in Aulne Monday and Tuesday to attend the District Conference held in the M. E. church. Mr. Robert Pauling has taken a position with the Raleigh Medicine Co. His territory will be Morris Co. Mark Hamble s going into the chicken business and will start his incubators this week which will have a capacity of 1500 eggs. He is setting White Wyandotte eggs. The Minerva Club gave a program Monday night in the high school auditorium in honor of Kansas Day. Mrs. T. B. Matlock of Marion gave some splendid numbers, Rev. E. P. Mowrer talked on Kansas historically, Mayor J. E. Evans, Early Kansas Incidents; Rev. Croft of Opportunities in Kansas. The primary department gave a splen did flag drill Miss Elsie Bevan sang "Show Me The Way Back to Kansas.' O- (r DELAVAN O- -A Roy Wiggans and Roy Davis spent several days in Wichita last week. E. N. Hanah and W. T. Davis were transacting business in Salina the latter part of the week. Miss Bethel Hannah accompanied them home and visited with her parents until Sunday. C. R. Ray attended the Lumber men's Convention in Kansas City Friday. 1 Jack Harris and family spent Sunday with the G. B. Hankenson family in Emporia. Miss Loretta Rouse of Council Grove visited with friends here the j first of the week. Mrs. C. R. Ray and Mrs. W. D. Francis entertained the ladies aid society at the church Thursday afternoon. Moody Frownfelter of Herington is ill with a bad case of lagrippe at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Frownfelter. Mr. Ryan of Kansas City visited the first of the week with his sister, Mrs. Dan Sullivan and family. Geo. Wilson and T. C Texas, and was taken ill with pneu monia the second day of her visit there. Her daughter, Miss Alice went to her, arriving the day before her death and everything possible was done to save her for her family and friends but death claimed her on Saturday morning at eight forty-five. The body arrived in Herington Monday morning accompanied by her daughter and her two sons, H. J. and J. F. O'Rourke and their wives. The older son B. J. O'Rourke of Parsons and his son, Bernard, arrived Sunday afternoon, also Mrs. C. G. Stevenson of Pratt, Kansas, a niece. The brother, T. J. McDermott of Liberal. Kansas, was prevented from coming by sudden illness. Mrs. O'Rourke has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Connolly for over five years and the fun eral was from this home to St. John's Catholic church where a High Requiem mass was said with Father J. B. Glynn officiating. Prayers for the repose of her soul were offered by the ladies of the Altar society and the Knights of Columbus at the 'home Monday afternoon and evening. Interment was made at St. John's cemetery, Out of town relatives and friends were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Rourke and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. O'Rourke of El Paso, Texas; B. J. and Bernard O'Rourk of Parsons, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stevenson of Pratt, Kan sas; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cole of Dal hart, Texas; Mrs. Jas. Gleason and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McSteen of Kansas City, Missouri and Mrs. John Crowley of Pratt, Kansas. Mary Ann McDermott was born near Cleveland, Ohio, August 20th, 1848 and died at El Paso, Texas, January 27, 1923. She was married to Bernard O'Rourke at St. Joseph's cathedral, St. Joseph, Missouri, August 26, Nine children were born ; to this union, three of whom died in ; infancy and one son, Domino, died May 4, 1807, being killed while in railroad service. Mr. O'Rourke died at Talmage, Nebraska, August . 26, 1896. The O'Rourke's lived at St. Joseph, Missouri, for many years, j coming west with the Rock Island 'railroad as it built from that place., Mrs. O'Rourke leaves the following ! children: B. J. of Parsons, Kansas; ,J. F. and H. J. of El Paso, Texas; ! Miss Alice and Mrs. F. P. Connolly of Herington, besides a brother, T. J. McDermott of Liberal, Kansas, and twelve grand children. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our most heart- V igganS ; r if tuar.i. fn mlr. nplhnns ami went to Quenemo Sunday to visit a f , , ... . - ,. . few days with relatives. Henry Miller came down from Sal- ness and expressions of love in our late bereavement, for their flowers i.j lu SHv.m a ic uayh vwui . cni,.tol hnm.Pt th KWht- home folks. I E. N. Hannah is unable to be at the store this week on account of sickness. F. M. Waylan went to Kansas City Monday with a shipment of stock. Dan Sullivan was very well pleased with his sale Monday. The attendance was the largest that has been at any sale in this community and everything brought good prices. The ladies aid society of the Delavan M. E. church served the lunch, and they too were well pleased with their returns. This sale was advertised in the Herington Times. of Columbus and the Ladies AJtar society. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. O'Rourke, Miss Alice O'Rourke and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Connolly. Presbyterian Church Notes. Rev. C. E. Hatfield, Pastor Services will be held at the church Sunday February 4. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning service at 11:00. Union Senior and Intermediate Christian Endeavor meeting at ;6:30p.m. The Up and Do It class will en-Real Estate Transfers, tertain their husbands at a seven Herman B. Veerhusen to Joseph W. j o'clock d.nner in the church basement Kasha, lots 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, block 161. Wednesday evening, January 31. The B. &. M Addition Herington. evening's entertainment will include G. A. Sherman sheriff to G. L. j toasts and music. Wright, W 1-2 of N 1-4, 8-11.1. Fore-' xext Sunday evening is our annual closure. Young Peoples' Night. A program D. Ballantyne and wife to Agnes w;n be given at 7:30 by the members Eastridge, lots 1, 2, 3, block 4. Schill-'0f the senior and intermediate Chris-ings Addition, Herington. tian Endeavor societies. Martha M. Swortwood and H. C. 1 At 6:30 next Sunday evening the Swortwood to F. W., lots 1 and 3, blk. j Senior and Intermediate Christian 26, City of Herington. , Endeavor societies will hold a union Phillip Haas and wife to G. V. i meeting. The leader is Miss Lela Whrian in S. W. 4, S. E. 4. 11-16-4. j Harmon. The subject, "What is the Chief Value of a Christian Endeavor Dan Hambleton in Town. ; Society?" This meeting promises to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hambleton, who i be of special interest and an invita- moved to Chanute several months ago, arrived this week for a few days visit with old friends. Mr. Hambleton says he has got accustomed to the wavs of Chanute but he is not sure that Chanute has become accustomed to his ways. He sold his lots on tion is extended to young people and also to all our older friends. An opportunity for church membership will be given at the morning service, February 11. Next Sunday will be "Back to Church Sunday" for our song books, Vest Walnut street this week to Jim it is the request of our Sunday school Tripp. : superintendent that those having ' church song books in their homes will Peugh May Build Garage. John C. Peugh is thinking seriously of building a modern garage on the lots west of his home or on the site of the old livery barn. The building he has under consideration will be 80x130 feet and modern in every detail. return them next Sunday. Mrs. Ragland will give a missionary talk at Sunday school next Sunday. H. W. Danielson of Burdkk and Mr. Forsling of Mountain Grove, Missouri, were in town Monday. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The condition of Mrs. J. B. Dugan, who has been quite sick, is considerably improved. Her children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dugan of Dallas, Texas, Charles Dugan of Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Eert Dugan were called here by her illness but leave this week for their homes. Miss Loretta Fern, a sister of J. L. Fern, was here from Joplin, Saturday and Sunday, stopping here on her way home from Norton, Kansa3, where she had been visiting a sister. Miss Fern is a professional nurse, being connected with St. John's hospital at Joplin. She served fourteen months across the pond most of her time being spent at the base hospital near Paris and drew her bonus from Missouri. Get it at Kandt's Drug Store. Mrs. O. E. Murray spent a day or two last week at Whitewater. Supt. C. B. Pratt wa3 in Wichita the latter part of the week. R. V. Diepenbrook and family visited Jake Wambssgans at Elk, Kansas, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Donovan visited their daughter, Elizabeth and took in the stock show at Wichita last week. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Mott took in the stock show at Wichita last week G. W. Cuyler, master mechanic at the Rock Island shops here was in Horton one day last week on company business. Mrs. F. E. Munsell went to Topeka Tuesday to attend the sessions of the Kansas Authors club. Mrs. W. K. Small was in Peabody the latter part of the week visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Holler. Mrs. Harry Lindert was on the sick list a few days this week. Mrs. Belle Muliin was called to Maringo, Iowa, Friday by the serious illness of her sister. Her daughter, Miss Agnes, accompanied her. Arthur Schrader of the Herington Motor company was in Salina Monday. Miss Hazelle Nelson and Esther Kilgore were in Kansas City over Sunday. Mrs. Howard Hill spent Sunday with relatives at Holton. Just received a full line of new stationery at Kandts. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ware were Topeka visitors Sunday. Let us frame your pictures. B. C. Crary Furniture Company. Walter Davis, the jeweler, has been quite sick this week with lagrippe. Robert H. Ford, assistant chief engineer of the Rock Island lines and E. F. Mitchell, receiver for the Wichi ta Falls, Ranger and Fort Worth ay company passed through here one day this' week. A. B. McNicol of Delavan was in town Monday and called at this office to get some bills for his sale of household goods Saturday. Dan Longhofer was down from Woodbine Monday on business. Dr. Helen Bowerman of Topeka, educational secretary of the diocese of Kansas, was here Monday in the nterest of the Episcopal church. J. A. Bane visited his daughter at Solomon, Sunday. W. S. Keller spent the week-end visiting friends at Claremore, Okla homa. W. J. Anderson of Burdick was in town Monday while enroute to Garden City where he will probably buy some cattle. F. O. Peterson was up from Burdick Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hauke moved their household goods to Salina Monday. Garden Court toilet goods sold at Kandts. The Woodmen drill team went to Enterprise Wednesday night of last week and put on the work there. Miss Anona Edwards spent the week end in Topeka, the guest of Miss Janice Brovn. Mrs. Clark Fowler returned to her home in Liberal Monday after a ten days visit here. Mr. Fowler came up Sunday and accompanied her home. Misses Margie Hildreth and Dorothea Schlesener and Messrs Orlin Ruhl and Cecil Needham took in the Irene Castle show at Wichita last week. Rev. W. C. Chappell was down from Woodbine Tuesday. J. R. Kohler of Woodbine was in town Tuesday on business. Elizabeth Mullenix, daughter of James Mullenix, has been quite sick but is improving now. For that bronchial cough try Pens-lar White Pine and Tar with Cod Liver Oil sold at Kandts. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knuth were" in Topeka Tuesday, called there by the illness of Mrs. Mitsch. mother of Mrs. Knuth. The rural and city mail carriers this week received from the post-office department new leather bags to carry the mail in. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peterson of near Lost Springs were in town on Tuesday. Ray Andrews returned this week from a trip to LaCrosse, Kansas, Ord-way, Colorado, back to Meade, this state and then down to the Oklahoma line. With him was Mr.Hendrkkson.of Council Grove, field man for the In-1 dependent Creamery company. Ray savs that the trusty Ford made the trip in fine time and with practically no trouble. Miss Julia Persinger of Canton, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Thompson and family several days last week. Ed Childs was in Wichita a few days last week attending the Clothiers con vention. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. H. L. Harris returned last Thursday from Arkansas City where she was called a few days previously by word that her sister, Mrs. Flo Ream, was to undergo a serious operation. Mrs. Ream is convalescing slowly. Mrs. M. E. Streby returned last Thursday from Salina where she spent several days with her son, Joe Mertel who was operated upon for appendi. citis. Joe is improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Scott are expect ed home today from New Orleans where they "have been visiting rela tives a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wallace were up from Eurdick last Thursday. Loren Elliott of northeast of town visited his sisters, Misses Essie and Velma Elliott at Topeka a few days last week. Harry Liggett re-entered Kansas University at Lawrence last week. George Hodson of southeast of town went to Hutchinson the first of the week to consult a specialist. C. W. Taylor and Robert Ballantyne of Pearl were in town Sunday while enroute to Wichita to buy some cattle. Leland Ewalt and Donald Runft at tempted to drive around a slowly mov, ing car while they were returning from Enterprise Friday night with the result that their car skidded on the slippery road and went in the ditch, They were driving the Ewalt cor. It was somewhat damaged and Donald was slightly injured. El Crary of McPherson visited his parents, Judge and Mrs. A. M. Crary over Sunday. Dr. L. D. Blachly came up from Wichita Saturday. Sunday he and Mrs. Blachly drove to Emporia and visited friends. Pictures framed while you wait. B. C. Crary Furniture Company. Mrs. W. T. Wilson returned Satur day night from a visit in Kansas City. C. B. Powers and family visited relatives in Junction City Sunday. Dr. R. C. V. Osten and family were guests of White City relatives over Sunday. Dr. H. Marshall was in Kansas City the latter part of the week on business. Leo Ahl, who is attending the Amer. ican College of Physical Training at Chicago, is home for a few days between semesters. Leo says he is getting along nicely. Miss Emagene Schick was the guest of relatives at White City over the week end. Charles Smith was down from K. S. A. C. over Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Smith. He was accompanied here by John Stein-er, a schoolmate. Miss Ruby Jenkins of Council Grove is visiting Miss Alta Grass this week. Miss Martha and Hattie Musch spent Sunday with home folks at Elmo. Mrs. George Sylvester of Wichita was a guest of her mother, - Mrs. B. Cronican over Sunday. Miss Goldie Ousland of Lincolnville was a guest of Mrs. B. J. Shee-han over Sunday. New picture moulding just arrived. B. C. Crary Furniture Company. Mrs. Harvey Heilman visited in rison's Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Records 265 to 305 trap nested. ?1.50 per setting, ?10.00 per 100. Mutual phone through Lost Springs. N. O. Sanford. " 27-tf FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs. $4.00 per 100. Ed Ecklund, Route 1, Herington. 26-2t by all drug stores. Knuth's Pharmacy. Locally at P. H. ANOTHER HERINGTON CASE FOR SALE Pure bred white Wyandotte hatching eggs, 6 cents each. Baby chicks 15 cent3 each. Sent parcel post prepaid. Mrs. Karl Utting Antelope, Kansas. 25-4r FOR SALE OR TRADE Six room house with 12 lots, fine for chicken raising and gardening. Wm. Haas, 207 South Eleventh street. 26-6t FOR SALE White chicks, $10 per 100. Marc'h 1st hatch. Herington Kansas. Leghorn baby Order now for Ernest Smith. 25-3t FOR SALE: Lots on easy payments. See Louis Paul. 4-tf FOR TRADE Improved land for city property. See Dr. Harrison. 12-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms at 60 i bouth C, or call .Mutual phone 569-G. FOR RENT: Storage Moser Drug Co. room. See tf LOST AND FOUND LOST A child's white fur collar. Leave with Sam Childs & Son. FOUND Two new ladie's coats un der a culvert at Shady Brook. Owner can have them by proving property and paying for this ad. Wm. F. Schlesener, Route 4, Herington, Kan. Goitre Caused Choking and Nervousness. Alt. Clem ens Lady Tells of Relief From Home Treatment, Mrs. Monroe Osborne, Mt. Clemens, Mich., says she will tell or write how her goitre was removed by Sorbol- Quadruple, a colorless liniment. Get more information from Sorbol- Company, Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Sold It Proves That There's a Way Out for Many Suffering Herington Folks. Just another report of a case in Herington. Another typical case. Kid ney ailments relieved in Herington with Doan's Kidney Pills. C. E. Clore, 211 S. 7th St. says: "It has been about two years since I have had any signs of kidney trouble. At that time my kidneys troubled me a great deal. My kidneys were weak and acted too frequently, especially at night. This brought on speils of backache and my bacic was sore and lame through the small part most of the time. I began to use Doan'3 Kidney Pi,ls and before I had finished two boxes the misery disappeared and my kidneys were again in good working order." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Clore had. Foster-Milburn Co., Manufacturers, Buffalo. N. Y. THE ELECTRIC SHOP S very thing Slectrical Prompt and Courteous Service No. 3 West Main Street With Ballantyne Hardware Co, A. 17. Volkman Grain and Feeci Dealer LIVESTOCK SHIPPER Woodbine, Kansas Highest market prices paid for grain at all times. Dealer in Mill Feeds, Poultry Feeds, Tankage, Oil Meal and Dehydrated Buttermilk Feeds. Residence Phone 72 Office Phone S6 How Location CLARK'S BARBER SHOP Is now located in the Ogden building on West Main street Will be glad to have all of our friends come in and see us. High Class Workmanship Our Motto COL. A. C. MERILATT Again offers his services to the public aa GENERAL AUCTIONEER His long experience enables him to give you service that will be satisfactory to a detail Dates can be arranged at THE TIMES OFFICE ' Herington Clinic and Hospital Association Complete X-Ray Equipment City Phone 8 Mutual Phone 53 DRS. HARRISON & HARRISON Physician and Surgeons The Herington Hospital Association O- ii r? TO) 1Q) I c Abilene a few days this week. j As I am quitting the farm, I will offer at public auction at my place three miles north and two miles east of Herington, two miles south and two and one-half miles west of Latimer, on WANTED A second hand Jay Hawk stacker. C. J. Peterson, phone thru Burdick. 26-3t 6 MONEY: Under Bankers Reserve System. 6 loans .may be secured on city or farm property, to buy, build, improve, or pay indebtedness. Bankers Reserve Deposit Company, 1648 California street, Denver, Colorado. 24-8t n r I uJI y f I P (o) FOR FIRE and Tornado Insurance see E. E. Ely, United phone 8229. Mutual phone 241B. 3-tf WANTED Furniture crating and dish packing to do. Call Dan Haner, City phone 412. 26-tf FOR FIRE and Tornado Insurance, see E. J. Stenger. Phone City 295. 11-tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Another overcoat. Cleaners and Dyers, 5th and Walnut. FOR SALE Wood cut in stove lengths; also some good posts. See C. H. Johnson, corner of 3rd street and Old Trails road. 27-2t FOR SALF American can adding machine in first class condition. Cheap Call at Swift & Company. United phone 298. FOR SALE Four room house in good condition. See Herman Veerhusen. FOR SALE Feathers, nice and clean. See Herington Produce Company. We have a piano in the vicinity of Herington partly paid for, party moving and we are compelled to tae piano back. Bargain to person pay ing balance due on it. Write Means Music Co., 305 East 10th St., Kansas City, Mo. FOR SALE White Wyandotte eggs from a state culled and certified flock. SS.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. F. Martin, Delavan, Kansas. 27-4t FOR SALE Eggs, pure bred Barred Rocks, $1.00 per setting. Ernest Coates, Mutual phone 51R. 27-tf FOP. SALE OR TRADE For Ford coupe, 1919 model Hudson touring car. R. F. Sinclair, 121 South E St. Mutual phone 3S3. 26-2t FOR SALE Setting eggs from Har- Commencing promptly at 10:00 o'clock, the following described property, to-vi: 4 HORSES AND MULES 1 bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs. 1 black mare, 10 years old, wt. 1100 lbs. 1 span black molly mules, coming 2 years old. 24 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 cows, 4 years old, giving milk 1 cow, 4. years old, fresh in March. 8 steer calves, coming yearlings 12 stock cows. 1 bull 1 fat hog, weight about 350 lbs. One dozen White Leghorn chickens. - FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 three-section harrow 1 new Peoria grain drill 1 Deering 8-foot grain binder 1 16-Lnch sulky plow 1 grain wagon 1 hand corn sheller 1 sweep feed grinder 1 10-20 Titan tractor with 3- bottom Oliver plow. FEED, HAY AND GRAIN 400 bushel3 of corn in crib 100 bushete of kaffir corn About 7 tons of alfalfa hay About 20 tons of prairie hay And many other articles too numerous to mention. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED FREE COFFEE BRING CUPS TERMS. All sums of $10.00 or under, cash. On sums over $10.00, three, six or nine months time will be given on bankable note3 bearing 8 per cent interest if paid when due. If not paid when due to draw 10 per cent from date. No property to be removed until settled for. M n ! i I i f :. ' 1 i 3 O LZ3 LZ3LZ3U V ' J u u SHARP & .MARTIN, Auctioneers C. E. EDLIN, Clerk E. J. REICHLEY. 31. D. Physician and Surgeon With Herington Ckmc Association Both Phones COL. H. KUETHER Auctioneer Phone for Dates RAMONA, KANSAS DR. H. MARSHALL Treatment of Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Parkins Building DR. A. F. SEWART Dentist Bank of Herington Building DANIEL PETERSEN. M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office and phone with Herington Clime Association S. P. LOOMIS Physician and Surgeon Lost Springs Kansas T. W. STORER Dentist Over Scott's Store Both Phones Herington, Kansas E. M. BLACHLY Fire and Auto Insurance, Rentals and Notary Publie 13 South Broadway DR R. C V. OSTEN DENTIST Second Floor, Yoder Elock Entrance on Broadway Both Phones SHARP & MARTIN White City Delavan AUCTIONEERS The reason we get the business U because we get the dollars. Your Work Solicited. Phone or write either White City or Delavan. DR. HARRY D. MOSDZS DENTISTS 13 South Broadway United Phone 10S Mutual 87 HERINGTON, KANSAS Q -0

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