The Eudora Weekly News from Eudora, Kansas on April 29, 1915 · 4
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The Eudora Weekly News from Eudora, Kansas · 4

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yV. fVV. 1 I AND SOME J OTHER THINGS Come here for your Drugs. Come here for your Patent Medicines. Come here with your Prescriptions. Come here for your Toilet Articles. Come here for your Stationery. Come here for your Novelties. Come here for your Cold Drinks. Come here for your School Supplies. Come here for many Other Things. Just come here Anyway. It will be a profitable "come" for you. THE REXALL STORE u a xu: p i. . '. W sap News Gab Column Junior Play, May 6. THE FLOWER SHOP For the Very Best Flowers it is Possible to Produce. Your Trade is Always Appreciated. 825 12 MASS- LAWRENCE I'HONE Oil Lilacs are in bloom. t i i t Old Out, New In. The change from the old city government to the new was made Monday night with little ceremony other than the valedictory of Mayor Griffin and the inaugural of Mayor C. L. Fuller. The newly elected officers were sworn in by A. Lotz, jr., and at a meeting of the new council directly afterward the following appointments by Mayor Fuller were made: President of Council C. B. Floyd. City Clerk -S. V. Carr. Treasurer A. Lotz, jr. Finance Committee Chas. B. Floyd and George Schubert. Street and Alley Committee Al Griffin and Max Rosenau. Cemetery Committee Wm. Lothholz and Max Rosenau. The council then adjourned, to meet May 3rd, leaving these appointments yet to be made: City Marshal, Sexton, Street Commissioner. Next Tuesday afternoon, May 4th, the Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical church will hold their annual election of officers. Every member is requested to be present. Don't fail. Mrs. Geo. Schubert, Sec. 4 Farmers, if your horses have bone spavin, bog spavin, shoulder lumps, fistula, poll-evil, side bones, curbs, etc., send $1.00. Each remedy guaranteed. Sure shot or money returned. Address Dr. Power, Veterinarian, Lawrence, Kansas. St. Paul's Evangelical Church. Sunday services: 9:30 a. m Sunday School. 10:30 a. m English preach ing service. 8 p. m Young People's League. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to attend these services Rogation Sunday, May 9, has been decided upon as the date for our "mission f est." Services will be announced next week. For Sale. 1 three-burner gasoline stove. 1 White sewing machine. 1 Vapor bath cabinet. Mrs. E. L. Cooper. "I Don't Feel Good" That is what a lot of people tell us. Usually their bowels only need cleansing. will do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively. Take one tonight. Sold only by U3, 10 cents. Homer A. White. You Know You Need Calling Cards Styles of Type we Have at The News Office Mrs. Aktiiuu II ill, JOSEPH F. CAWTHORN ilUtss Blrnn t,. TOurrag MR. JAMES KNOX YOU LOOK AT IT 1 It pays you best to buy EUDORA HARNESS. The many points of superiority in our harness, Style, Strength, Durability, Workmanship and a Positive guarantee, backed Jby our reputation of twenty years for square dealing:, makes it more profitable and safer for you to buy your Harness here. Call around and see us. GUS ZIESENIS EUDORA, KANSAS MAKER OF GOOD HARNESS S- A Y Let us supply .you with our wholesome Ice Cream. It is much cheaper than you can make it at home, to say nothing of the mn as orifl fnca nf t rvin cr rr froova if in cmnll nnantitiAo .- uuu uu .a. molj v v J - n v. y I v 1 A 1JU(( IUHUll If ICO Let Us Furnish You a Quart, Half Gallon or Gallon. Phone us Your Order. All kinds of soft Drinks Sandwiches Pies awiiivii0 wiuiiwo uauaiiaa w Pork and Beans Cigars and Tobaccos i A full line of choice Candies 5 AK1 "71 ETCr-ftl IO Potato bugs are numerous. Our slogan: Come to Eudora. Trade in Eudora save money. Sunday, May the 9th, will be Mothers' Day. "The Fruit of His Folly," May, 6. Cabbage and tomato plants for sale by Adolph Lotz, sr. A number of children of Eudora have whooping cough. "A Crazy Idea" at the Opera house this (Wednesday) evening. Spring's here, boys; build a bird house for little Jennie Wren. Arthur Kraus has been very sick with a severe attack of pleurisy. The chinch bugs are migrating from their winter quarters to the wheat fields. The city treasurer's report appears elsewhere in this issue of The News. Read it. What tastes better at this time of year than a nice mess of timber mushrooms? Both the schools, districts No. 71 and 12, of Kaw Valley closed very successful terms last Friday. Albert Griffin went to Kansas City Tuesday morning to undergo an operation at the Swedish hospital for hernia. The Ninteen Hundred and Now club will meet Friday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. I. D. Harris of Keystone. All members of the Friendly Club are requested to meet at Mrs. Carr's home Thursday afternoon, April 29, at 3 o'clock. . Lucilla Wilmaurine, our little daughter, was very sick last Friday. Acute indigestion, followed by convulsions, was the cause. Deputy Assessor Stanley is making great headway with his work and will probably finish in good season the time limit be ing May 1st. Heavy rains fell here Friday, Friday night, nearly all day Saturday, and Sunday night. They were very heavy showers of the intermittent order. Personals Misses Erna and Gusta Ziese-nis were in Lawrence last Friday. H. E. Westerhaus was a business transactor in Kansas City last Friday. W. W. Pickering and Mike iSchopper were business visitors in Lawrence last Monday. A Miss Trendall of Kansas City, is visiting at the Herman Greiner home. Mrs. Jacob Heiman and Miss Mary were here from Kansas City last Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cooper and family. Miss Mary Ott, who has been spending the past winter with her sister, Mrs. Joel Good, at El Campo, Texas, has returned to her home in Kaw Valley. Mrs. George Lothholz was in Lawrence last Saturday to visit relatives. To Lawrence last Thursday: Father Freisberg, George Seitz, Mary Rogers, Mrs. Jake Milburn. Henry Page was in Topeka last Thursday. Irvin Pipes Was in De Soto last Saturday. C. E. Sheldon, Dan Reber, Fred Neis, sr., S. J. Lawson and Peter Neis were business transactors in Lawrence last Saturday. Gus Fiehler, assistant cashier at the State Bank, was in Topeka last Monday. Misses Lucy Kaegi and Edna Dolisi visited in Lawrence Monday. Mrs. John Merwin came down from Lawrence last Saturday to help her mother with house cleaning. Miss Aileen Richards .was a visitor in Lawrence last Saturday A. R. Anderson i3 in Talpa, Texas. Miss Ellen and Aaron Hill returned Friday evening from a months visit in Wichita, Kans. Mrs. Payne has returned to her home in Topeka after a several week's visit here. Her daughter, Esther, was here to See the May 6th. 'Black Diamond," The northern passage of ducks has passed through here and with the exception of a few stray flocks of blue winged teal, the creeks and river are duckless. Miss Gladys, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schu bert, was awarded first place by the judges in the declamatory contest held at Hesper on Satur day, April 17th. Carpenters have completed work on the fine new home of Fred Gerstenberger which he is having built on his farm two miles southwest, and is now ready for the plaster man. John White is doing the work. Work horses for sale. Robt. Walker. The worst signature we ever saw belongs to C. F. Richards. When Charley writes down his name it not only fails to look like anybody's signature, but falls entirely short of looking like any thing else. Imagine a silhouette of the most mussed up raveling you ever saw and you have only a slight notion of non-committal appearance of Charley's signature. ' Eudora surely needs more rent- j al properties. The field is open j for investment. A great many four or five room houses could easily be rented. The growth of the town is being retarded by lack of rental properties. visit relatives Sunday, returning with her mother Monday morning Fred Starr, cashier of the Rock Creek, Kans., State Bank, visited here last Sunday. Henry Abels is here from Topeka making some repairs on his residence on 8th street. Henry Hagenbuch transacted business in Kansas City last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Combest and children visited in Kansas City Wednesday. Father Freisberg was a Kansas City visitor last Monday. Sante Fe Time Table. Effective from and after Feb. 7, 1915 GOINO EAST. No. 18 5:51 a. m. No. 110 8:35 a. 111. No. 114 .....2:23 p.m. jNo. 16 8:52 p.m. I CJOINO WEST. ! No. 113 9:05 a. m. No. 109 5;35 p.mt 10:50 p.m. H. V. Carr, Agent. If You nre troubled with heartburn, Rasrs ond a distressed feeling after eating take a AtriCIL Dyspepsia J2 Tablet before and after each meal and you will obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us,25o Homer A. White. Painting and Papering. Julius Lotz has been doing some papering at Fred Ott's. Julius Lotz has done some pa pering at John Moody's. Julius Lotz is painting a Stude baker auto for H. O. Woodard. Julius Lotz is painting the Mc- Curry barber shop. See J. XV. Combest City drayman, when you want White Rose Gasoline or National Light Coal Oil, the best on the market. Common Coal Oil and all kinds and lubricating oils; Black Beauty axle Grease. Try once for luck. Carry National Oils only. I sell in barrels or tanks just suit yourself. Hail Insurance Written by the undersigned at 2 per cent, in a dependable com pany. C. F. Richards. For Sale. 2 fresh Jersey cows, 3 spring ing heifers, a few Duroc gilts to farrow soon, some nice October boars and gilts. Will sell my 3 year-old hog as I can use him but little. He is sired by that' great old hog, B. & C. Colonel. Mike Seiwald. No. 17. Watkin's National Bank. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS 100,000.00 UNDIVIDED ProfitB. 16,184.76 J. B. Watkins President c- A- Hill VicePres C. H. Tucker Cashier LW. E. Hazen Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS ! J. B. Watkins, J. C. Moore, T. C. Green, . Chas. A. Hill, S. D. Bishop, W. E. Hazen, C. H. Tucker. Savings department deposits received Tuesdays and Fridays. Exchanges on all principal 'cities in the world. Ml Us Come For These New Spring Suits on Friday or Saturday. We will save you from one-third to one-fourth. Your size and shade are here. Prices in this April Sale that usually prevail in June. WOOL SUITS that were $13. 50 and rt 1 A 7 , $15.00, at npiV.SO WOOL SUITS that were $18. 00 and 1 O 7 C $20.00, at piO. iJ WOOL SUITS that were $22.50 at : C.W.SCHUBERT Undertaker and Embalmer Calls Answered Day or Nitfht PHONE 48 I Buy and Sell Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs . John Miller WHEN IN NEED OF Tin or Sheet Metal Work or Good Plumbing GO TO ALFRED EISELE, Eudora, Ks. Location at William Coate property 011 Main Street. fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY DR. J. G. LEE Physician and Surgeon Office Over Kaw Valley Bank t BOTH PHONES DR. J. H. DUFFY DENTIST Office Corner Eighth and Main Iu DeSoto on Tuesdays. WOOL SUITS that were $25.00, at WOOL SUITS that were $27.50, at $16.75 $18.75 $21.75 WOOL SUITS that were $30.00 and djotf Af $35.00, at .....pO.UU Pan seamen. Real Estate Insurance A full line Cigars and Tobacco Unwelcome Messenger of Defeat One of the more genial practices of Ivan the Terrible was to stick a steel lance through the foot of a messenger who brought him had news. All the "A. D. T." men of the old days had a hard life. The wonder Is now that In those times anybody could be found to tell the truth of a defeat Incred-' ible as it may seem, there was "always some Impetuous ass who would actually put spurs to his horse .to get to the king, or the czar, or whatever master it was, to tell him that hia dubs at the front had lost the (battle. . Thea the king, or the czar, or whatever It was, would call the impetuous one a slave or something worse, without smiling, and have his head cut off, or boil him in oil, or pin his foot to the ground as if he were responsible. As has been intimated, Ivan the Terrible was particularly adept in these scholarly ways of punishing bad news. 0 J. H. BLAGQ Auctioneer p Several years experience. Pric- es low. Phone top. at mv expense. Cditrlca, , Bcci

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