The Harveyville Monitor from Harveyville, Kansas on February 23, 1922 · 3
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The Harveyville Monitor from Harveyville, Kansas · 3

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Thursday, February 23, 1922
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uabveyvillp, iionrfoa Ralph M. Chatham BARBER Prices Reduced as Follows: Shave 15c - Haircut 35c Agent for Osage City Laundry Let me take your measure for that New Spring Suit We Represent THE ROYAL TAILORS wmiiiimBMiri E22 With A Sincere Appreciation Of what should and what should not be and that those whom we are serving will receive sympathy, sincerity and dignity not to be found when the personal equation is wanted is something: we always keep in mind W. J. Betts, Funeral Director. LOUIS M. TOMLINSON Physician nd Surgeon Dr. C. L. Youngman Harveyville Kansas DR. L. M. RAY Veterinary Surgeon Harveyville, Kansas Dr. H. L Bunker DENTIST -Harveyville, Kansas Dr. Q. M. Umberger . Graduate Veterinarian Harveyville - - Kansas E.N. Lcnheim,D.V.M. Graduate Veterinarian Two: miles east of Harveyville. Harveyyille-Phone The Cremerie Restaurant AND Cafetera is the place ; for comfort and service. When in Topeka eat with us. You will enjoy it. W. A. SCHROEDER City Dray Line Freight, Express and Baggage carefully handled. Harveyville - Kansas. Dodge Brothers Motor Cars I HAUBOLD & BURNETT Eskridge, Kans. EXCHANGE NEWS Victor Souders formerly of Burlingame, died at his home in Hutchinson Tuesday of last week and was buried Thursday in the Burlingame cemetery. The Sheriff found a man the other day who admitted that he had been acting as agent for a fellow who ran a still and made hootch but that he would pay $1000 fine and lay in jail for a year before he woull tell who it was Alma Enterprise. Miss Anna Brandt, Mrs. H. W. Sequist, E. H. Rickel and W. R . Logan went down to Topeka last Friday morning to take the examination of the United States civil service commission as applicants for the' postoffice at Eskridge. Eskridge Independent. Wednesday evening was an important time to the patrons of the Eskridge rural school district when their fine, new rural high school was dedicated. A banquet at six-thirty was the beginning of the evening's program. This was followed by interesting and very instructive talks. Governor Allen was the principal speaker. Eskridge Independent. The Osage City Light & Power Co., municipally owned, has installed a new 300 horsepower engine. At the same time of adding this new unit, the light rate has been cut from 12 cents per kilo wat hour t l cents per kilowat hour and the power rate reduced from 8 -2 cents to 4 cents per kilowat hour for the mines and larger users. Oh, boy, says a couple of Lebo men. In cleaning out an old well they found two bottles of beer among the rubbish in the bottom of the well that had been there for about twelve or fourteen years They had a real feast got some crackers and say they enjoyed the treat to the fullest extend. If you have an old well that needs cleaning out it would be easy to get the work done. Lebo Star. Hogs appear to be the one best bet. in farm sales this spring. At the Howey sale last Wednesday, his entire offerings averaged 143 50. Twenty-six head of gilts averaged $10.65 and six brood sows averaged $50.35. Col. Jim Eusen-bark said these are the best prices for hogs gotten at any saie in this section of Kansas this season that he has heard of. Mr. Howey had an exceptionally nice lot of hogs and he was well pleased with the prices received for thera Eskridge Independent.- A urpll nrnnnrtinnpd rntinn fnr chickens should contain some meat scraps. They can be obtained at the Harveyville Grain Co. A. A. Denny. We make a specialty of poultry and S. Newell. -REPORT OF Harveyville Shipping 'Association Load of Hogs Shipped Feb. 13th, 1922 to Wolff Packing Co., Topeka, Kans. 67 Hogs, weight. . i ....... .14,785 lbs. Market Top at K. C., Feb. 13. ... ... $9.80 Rating at Topeka ' . Light $9 60 Heavy Hogs 9.40 Sows......... 7.50 Stags' 5.40 . Expense of shipment: , ' Loss due to shrinkage ............... $20.15 Freight and Yardage .......... 23.75 Mgr. Commission at 8c per cwt 11.82 Insurance at 2c cwt ............ 2.95 Postage and Bedding' .47 Total 59.14 Shipping Expense per cwt 40 A report on each shipment will be published. Save them for reference. - LOUIS HODGSON, Manager Association. WANTED ; . Any kind of cattle you have to sell. Also stock hogs, pigs or breed sows. Phone or see Elmer Lee or J. W. Cook Semnolina Flour Also graham flour, corn meal, granulated sugar, table and stock salt, bran, shorts, corn chop, cotton seed meal, tankage, meat scraps, brooms, soap, coffee, coal, sand and chat. American Legion Notes Ed Butler purchased one of our Harveyville tags. We are a little late in reporting this purchase but we tan assure Ed. that the money came in handy. Theo..Moser, our editor, is a member of our post. He was a firstclass Private in Go. K, 70th Infantry for almost one year and was discharged at Camp Funston February 5, 1919. So if you want to talk army lingo to ye Editor-shoot, as you will be understood. The Legion boys presented a petition asking for a special meeting of Dist. 12 so that the district may decide on what they wish to o-about a building for the school next year, and we will be very much disappointed if all the patrons of Dist. 12 do not. turn out and help decide what is to be best for our grade school. Watch or the date and attend. Your children's future depends on their early training and environments. 6th G. A. R. Article All historians agree that no battle during the Civil war was more determined and bloody and never was there a field upon Choice Southern Seed Oats HIGHEST MARKET PRICES HERE FOR YOUR Corn and Wheat Harveyville Orange Co-Operative Business Association Harveyville, Kansas CHAS. WETZEL, Mgr. which, considering the number of troops engaged and the time occupied, that the slaughter was so great as at the battle of "Prairie Grove." The number engaged and the losses sustained were strikingly near equal and was highly creditable to the endurance and valor of all troops engaged. One of the outcomes of this great battle is that the confederate veterans have held twenty-one re unions on this great battlefield, the only place west of the Mis sissippi where the reunion, is held on the site of the battle ground. While I helped to defeat these confederate soldiers at Prairie Grove I think it is very nice that they are able to hold their reunions on this battlefield, for they sure -put up a game fight before the survivors withdrew. I was with the Kansas Cavalry having enlisted July 12, 1862 at Iola, Kansas and was discharged June 22, 1865 at Fort Gibson. Cherokee Nation. Carey Walton. Hides, Hides market price. M. A. Dodson. pC(tK) HE I : i Wanted: More poultry and eggs. L. S. Newell. PEPTONA PETE Our Foreign Correspondent Do You Remember- When frogs were to be found on coats instead of big buttons and when prices of the outfits didn't jump as often as they do now? Now When We Were Kids v We'd yell all we pleased, some times this: You're a liar, a liar Your pants are on fire And, your tongue is as long - As a telegraph wire But Now, My Dear Your'e mistaken, mistaken Your point is ill taken And it isn't true you were Talking for publication. Yet, How Come There's so much indignation be cause the girls are bobbing their hair when many barbers have al ready been forced to sell their enclosed cars? Thus Are We Reminded That there are advantages of frizzled tresses, namely: wife beaters can't drag their wives around by the hair. " And After All- There is still hope of getting the electrical back scratcher. For Thomas A. Edison announced on the occasion of the celebration of his seventy-fifth birthday, last Sunday that he had just fifteen more years of service for human ity in him. , ' And- 1 A Chicago jurist says the way to cure a vamp is to sentence her to go to church every Sunday and sit on the front row. , But Even Then- She would have a chance to ply her wiles. " There is no church in the afternoon and she could go down to meet the train with the rest of the folks. ... , For There are still traveling men and they are most always away from home. " So, Folks It'll all come out well just as sure as the dicken3. We yusta be crazy when we were dippy. Now we are cukoo and are commonly called "cake eaters" if we hang around the drug store long er than did our forefathers of '76, when drug stores were places we hiked for if we bad an unruly organ to fix. Even these few weeks since an Emporia business man fearing robbery went to bed with a revol ver and woke up to discover he had shot himself. There is hope still that Secretary Mellon will decide if Uncle Sam takes out a savings account, putting in about five million a week, he can afford the soldiers' bonus and still keep up his little congressional hoopie. Stockholders' Meeting The annnal stockholders' meet" ing of the Harveyville Grange Co-Operative Business Association will be held in Harveyville at the opera house the 25th day of February, at 2 p. m. All stockholders are requested to be present. Harvevville Grange Co-Operative Business Association. By F. L. Hodgson, Pres. C. P. Wetzel, Sec. & Mgr. Try our want ads for results. Tresspass Notice. All parties are hereby notified that all tresspassing, hunting or trapping is absolutely forbidden on my farms, being the south 120 acres of NE qr. 16, 15-13, and W. 80 of SEqr.9. 15-13. 3tf WyattRoush. THE UNIVERSACCAit,' Reduction in Ford Prices. All Prices F. O. B. Detroit Chasiss $285.00 Roadster, standard , . , -319.00 , Touring;, standard . , 348.00 Touring;, starter, clincher tires , 418.00 Touring-, starter, demountable rims 443.00 Truck, solid or pneumatic tires . 430.00 Coupe ... i 580.00 Sedan 645.00 Fordson Tractor - - $395.00 Genuine Ford and Fordson parts handled . by J. S. Britt & Son, and the Harveyville Motor Service Company. Ford and Fordson SALES AND SERVICE. R. C. DAY Eskridge, Kansas. 3 EE i H jf Betsy's Best, per sack $1.90 No Better Flour Made Alphabet, per sack - $1.80 No Better Flour for the Price HARVEYVILLE GRAIN CO. A. A. DENNY .J Our "Want Column" Brings Results. PROVE IT FOR YOURSELF UTHEELAMD diSOM New Spring Ginghams Consisting of tissues, toiles and 32-inch "zephyr gingham, in some of the prettiest patterns and softest colorings imaginable. Ladies are beginning their spring sewing1 with enthusiasm and we advise you to see our display while we have an inviting line of colors to choose from. Silk tissue ginghams, price per yard 75c 32-inch zephyr ginghams, price per yard 35c 27-inch toiles, price per yard 25c New Arrivals in Smart Spring Footwear Oxfords and strap slippers correct to the' last minute are here and priced very reasonably. Style combined with comfort is . j, what we want in a low shoe. Oxfords, in black or brown with rubber tipped heel, also one or two strap slippers in black or brown, and priced at $4.50 - $5.50 $6.00 1UTHEELAMD &SON

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