Arkansas City Daily Traveler from Arkansas City, Kansas on November 2, 1909 · Page 3
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Arkansas City Daily Traveler from Arkansas City, Kansas · Page 3

Arkansas City, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 2, 1909
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ARKANSAS CITY DAILY TRAVELER TOES DAY NOVEMBER 2. 1909 PAGE 3 AGE HO BAR. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. MELISSA SHARP RELEASED. Everybody, in Arkansas City is Eligible. ' ' Old people stooped with suffering, Middle age, courageously fighting, Youth protesting impatiently; Children, unable to explain; All in misery from their kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comes when you catch cold. Or when you strain the back. Many complications follow. Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright's disease. Doan's kidney pills cure backache. Cure every form of kidney ills. Mrs. L. A. Stacey, 426 South Eighth street, Arkansas City, Kansas, says: "My son had kidney disease from infancy and probaby inherited the trouble. He complained a great deal of pains in his back and kidneys and he seemed unable to control the passages of the kidney secretions. I consulted doctors about his case and tried many remedies but he got no better. When I read about Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box and my son improved coon after beginning to take this remedy. At the present time he does not complain of backache and the trouble with the kidneys has disappeared." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Bemember the name Doan's and take no other. Ranney's 5th Ave. Theater A Romantic Play by the author of Brewster's Millions. Gransfcark A Love Behind a Throne Dramatized from the Novel of GEO. B ARR McCUTCHEON Presented by a notable cast of players with a scenic investment of absolute magnificence. SALE OPENS A!" BUNKER & FRETZ. $1.50 to 25c Books on sale at Sollitt & Swarts or Newman Dry Goods Co. 11 ailorm Let Us Make Your Clothes Scruton & Michelson, Up-to-Date Tailors The Regular Monthly Session Was Held Last Night. The board of education met last night in regular session at the office of the high school, building, for the business meeting of November. President Boardman was in the chair and all members were present. Minutes of the .last regular meeting were read and approved by the board. Upon motion it was agreed to allow all teachers full pay for the two days during the closing of the schools on account of the state teachers' meeting in Topeka, Thursday and Friday. The following accounts against the board were presented, allowed and ordered paid: . Bills. Teachers salaries . . $2258.00 Officers & janitors salaries 355.88 McDowell & McCarty .... 61.50 Traveler . ............ 15 . 8S A. H. Fitch . . . . 3.13 American Book Co. 1.00 W. B. Harrison 1.20 E. T. Curtis Co .83 Central Scientific Co. . . . . 33 .70 W. H. Lightstone .. 1.80 A. Flamagan .......... 4.10 Mack Tully 10 . 97 Phillip C. Hagden .. 3.60 A. C. McClurg & Co. .... 3.77 Sollitt & Swarts ........ 6.94 John S. Cree . 4.68 Howard Bros. .45 Mrs. Theo Noss 5.00 Hoover Bros. .......... 2.75 A. C. Planing Mill ..... . 17 . 50 Sturtz Hdw. Co. ........ 8.60 Electric Light Co. 1.50 George Beard & Son .... .25 W. N. Harris ... 7. .... . 5.15 A. A. Downing 11.24 Henry Young : 6.00 Carder & Son 3.80 A. V. Gas-Co. 56.44 Kirk wood Wind Engine Co 435.00 Newman Dry Goods Co.. 10.00 Lute Jones 2.00 John F. Bender 3 .45 The report of the superintendent for October was presented and read. Upon motion this report was accepted. DR. J. E. DALE, Dentist AND Optician Qffisa in the Hamilton-Collinson Block. Phone No. 237. Report for the First Month of the Arkansas ity Schools. 1909. Total enrollment 1361 Enrollment for the month . . 1361 Total half days not belonging 1874 Total 'half days absence .... 1105 Total alf'days attendance. ... 51461 Average number belonging . . 1315 Average daily attendance . . 1286 Per cent of attendance' on average no to building 98 Cases of tardiness . . . 45 Number not absent ........ 994 Report of the High School. Total enrollment 199 Enrollment for the month ... 199 Total half days not belonging 124 Total half days absence .... 131 Total half days attendance. . 7705 Average number belonging. . 197 Per cent of attendance 98 Cases of tardiness . .. 13 Number not absent 150 Enrollment by Buildings. High school 199 First ward 303 Second Ward 5 232 Third ward 229 Fourth ward 316 Eighth grade 61 Sleeth addition 21 The following report from the treasurer was presented, read and upon motion accepted by the board: To the board of Education We have on hand the following moneys; October 28, 1909. Manual training fund ...$ 2.17 Sinking fund 2,255.38 Bond interest fund ..... 1,420.16 General fund 5,570.30 H. S. fund overdrawn ... 4,313.02 (Signed) Charles L. Carder, Treas Upon motion it was decided to in stall telephones in the different schools, to be used only for school purposes. Upon motion it was decided to repair at once, the belfry of the Third ward school house. Upon motion the board then adjourned. Wanted Hickory wood, apply to the Axley's Packing company. tfSO Largest stock of Fancy Candies in the city. 50 varieties, guaranteed pure. 10c per pound. Mammoth Racket. 92 3t Prosecuting Attorney Has Dismissed . Prosecution Against Her. Kansas City, Nov. 2. Mrs. Melissa Sharp, wife of James Sharp, leader of the band of religious fanatics who fought with the police last December, was released from the county jail at 9 o'clock Sunday morning. Virgil Conkling, prosecuting attorney dismissed the prosecution against Mrs. Sharp Saturday night. Mrs. Sharp had been in the jail since the day of the riot. The deputy marshals had told Mrs. Sharp that she could leave early Sunday morning, but she decided to wait until William Engh-nell came. Enghnell was one of the Adam God band. He is now working on a farm south of the city and has been going to see Mrs. Sharp every Sunday. Before she left the jail Mrs. Sharp shook hands with each of the deputies and thanked them for their kindnesses to her. "Bless the Lord!" she said as she left the ..building. Mrs. Sharp went to the, home of Mrs. Margaret Simmons, the matron of the jail. She will stay there until she makes plans for the future. She said that her release was so unexpected that she could hardly realize it yet and didn't know where she would go to live. "All I can do now," Mrs. Sharp said, "is to wait the twenty-five years until my husband gets' out of prison. It's a long time but if I am alive he will find me waiting for him. I have a 16-year old son, Lee, who is working for a railroad out in Montana. I will either have him come here or go out there myself. He's a mighty fine boy and I think a lot of him, but no one can ever take the place of my husband and I will wait for him." The release of Mrs. Sharp marks the end of the Adam God riot cases. James Sharp is serving a 25-year sentence in the penitentiary. The riot was at Fourth and- Main streets. Michael Mullane and A. E. Dalbow, patrolmen, and a bystander were killed by the religious band. Louis Pratt and his daughter, members of the band, were killed by policemen. Capt Patrick Clark, who was then a sergeant, and Sharp were wounded. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. George and two daughters, Mrs. Campbell and Miss Marie, went to Wichita today where they will attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. George's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Kimell, her parents, will have been married fifty years tomorrow. They will celebrate the occasion on that day. Smoke Square Deal cigars. Wanted A delivery man Powell's feed store. tf92 Order sweet cream from Frank-in's Ice Cream Factory. Phone 416. 6t 92 MUNICIPAL RECEIPTS. The water collections for the. quarter ending October 31, were $2,903,-87, and $6.50 for merchandise. The bills allowed amounted to $931.72. The electric current sold during the month was $1,846.34; electric merchandise $264.34; meter deposits $26.50. Th eelectric light claims amounted to $1,598.33. The water report does not include the Santa Fe railroad as the rate" has not yet been adjusted, but that will amount to more than $200 per month. Free Press. The Fix-It Auto Co., for automobile livery, new cars, careful drivers hd reasonable prices. Phone 284 tf 41 PROVEN ECZEMA CURE. A Trial Bottle of Oil of Wintergreen Compound is Offered at 525 Cents. By. a special arrangement with tiie D. D. D. laboratories of Chicago, we ran at present offer the D. D. -D. Prescription for eczema in a special trial bottle at one-quarter of its usual price. This oil of .winter-gre.ui compound will surely convince the most skeptical. With the first application you will get instant relief from the itch and soon you will see signs of cure. N-j matter how many salves and other so-called skin remedies have failed, this oil of wintergreen liquid (unlike salves) will penetrate to the inner skin, killing the eczema germs. Will you not on our special recommendation call at our store? and get a 25 cent trial bottle of D. D. D. Prescription. Sollitt & Swarts. Try a Box of Those Fresh x O n IfiKDC 1$ 0 Or Quality Butterscotch. 1 Something Really Good. 0 o 8 The Druggists 5 o $ ' A Met iraciseir That takes the meats out whole. o g . Price $l o0 2!? Y""V n a rv Tl Tl JEWELERS One of those Artistic Little Dramas of the.Biograph Company The Awakening Accompanied by their Comedy Wanted; A Child. The S. & A. or Indian Head is the mark of the masters of comedy, and their. two productions, The Magic Melody And The Widow l are great laugh producers. '..: The Lyric Motion Fict lire Theatre License by the Motion Picture Patents Co ' t M Give H. A. Deny & Go's. akery Goods a Trial. Blue Label Bread at Your Grocers 5c a Loaf.Large Assortment of Cookies 10c doz. All Kinds of Layer Cakes at Counts 3C t. o o 0 o G. C. McKee, Manager. v r a o o o o o o naraware, narness, -etc; we nave the goods and g S will make the prices. Come and see us. g . Complete stockgofJumber, coal, furniture, S

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