Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 30, 1963 · Page 8
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Garden City, Kansas
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CLASSIFIED Min. cliorge nny ad 48e 1 day, per word Ac 2 days, per word ' 5e & days, per word 24e 2A days, per word 90e Less 10 per cent for cash rn advance DIAL BR 6-3232 FOR WANT-ADS Deadline for day of publication Weekdays and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. The Telegram is responsible for only ant incorrect insertion. i 6—Good Things To Eat 'FOR SALE: Ripe cantaloupes. pirkH frr?h everyday, 'i bushel 51.00. Wrsl. of new Conlinrntal Inn. -19tf MORE IHtEAKI-'AST rantal:nipt«i !)7c per dozen. Vine ripened watermelon. No. 1 White potatoes. S2.25 per UK) Ibs. Farmers Market, opposite Drive In Theatre. -31 .11 ST ARRIVED Colorado vine nun slicing and canning loma- . t>es. Rocky Ford cantaloupes i Colorn In honcydev. s, pirklin;,' eu- (/, i ;n be 15, Mango peppers, Mexican f' oils, meats and groceries. Markr| 211 N. 8IU. —.'11 8—Situations WcrnteO il—Real Esratt Notices 3—Lost, Found, Strayed Garden Ciiy R»sio'onft If Your Telegram Doesn't Arrive By 5:30 p.m. Weekday* 4:00 p.m. Saturdays Pleasn Call BR 6-3232 botwoon 5:30-6:00 p.m. weekdays 4-5 p.m. Safurd/ivi -•• For Yuur Paper LOST OITHIGCKIl PONTOON" fur crane. IH" s(|iuirr liasc tup '•r- ,i;> 1o row IS" hiyh.'Rwl steel I'.illi carrier hundle. I/Msl bi'hu'nn Norlliern Natural Booster Station and (iardcn City. —31 5—Business Services froMI-; GROWN for il.O'i. One Points and "i Ktirm. caiitalMupf;s. 12 mile North of ."> \V <•"•!. Angeles COMPLliTK AUTOMOTIVE ser- vice, time up brake service, major overhaul air conditioner installation and service, automatic transmission of all types, fiar- rison Auto vrvicc. BR fi-'!(>ll!, 2:ioa N. Main. Call anytime. -21U- I-'DKSII f)l :•<', (iiitatoes, C,ra:le A whites and culls. Culls Sl.W) per I'W His. Reds ready later. Will be diKiliiit; for three wr.-eks. Kivp miles west of Ilolcomb. 3 7—Help Wonted WAITRESSES AND COOK'S as-1 sistant. Apply in person at Fin-1 minyo Inn. —K1U MAIL , .-BUS: When writing iilK>ut your! T(Uiy?ram siilxscription p 1 e H a e j Send your i>d<ln;ss and all num > bfits as shown on a recent Issue. : - • —in ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meeting every Thursday, 8 p.m., at (Jardendale Jtccreationj Cenlor, Wrile Box 113 (or free literature. Membership strictly anonymous. Phono BR G-7011 or B« 6-3718. 2—Miscellaneous WE PAY $1 cash if any same item can be purchased at any ! Garden C.'ify grocery at less price than here. (Regular shelf price.) Neely's A-G — 21lf j FOK RENT — Crimper trailers! by day, week or month. Bill Ragel, <»:) North 9th. Phone Nil 8-G73G or G-5248. — IClf CONN SLIDE trombone and case, good condition, lilt li-iiii^U.—HO YOU SAVED and slaved for wall to wall carpel. Keep il. new; with Mine Lustre. Ilcnl electric shampooer. McC'hing and Payne MCVICKEH ana SCOTT professional auction service, Btt 6-, 6'ltKJ, Ciardim City, Kansas. —21't/ 8 ?;. Gideon Baptist Clim-cli Hotids for Kale. Interest paid .semi annually. Wrile Hcv. Martin lial- Min, 220S1 East Pawnee, Wichita.! 1 Kansas _7tf j SMALL WHITE saddle ponv.' gentle and Miilable for children to ride, $!<)(); Hxiu tnicl; bed. good condition Sltol. 1'liniir NO 8-212H, It. I'. Yost. Copeland, Ks. —3()pd 3—Lost, Found, Strayed ROTO TILLING. Planting lawn mowing. Trimming hedge, j Fred's Yard Service. BR G-7. r XKJ. | —11 SMITH SAND CO. • Basement Excavating • Crane Service • Baclchoe Work • Motor Grader • Bulldozer Work Sand - Gravel - Fill Dirt BR 6-377I 1206 E. Fulton G*rd«n Ci»v George Smith S3-TF WAITRESSES. Pleas" apply m person at Continental Inn be- i ween 1-5 Monday through ; and i Thursday. — 17tf SPKC1AL TYPE route work. Man to pick up and deliver ord- j ers, 00 sloos a day. iHi days. SI 12 ii week to start. C o n t a c t Mr. i Boisler. Flamingo Motel, Fri-j day August 30th between 8 and 9 ; —30 : ADULT WOMAN for evening inside work Apply at Cree-Mee WANTED: Ironings, sewing and alteration*. BR fi-3135. -l.'Uf STEADY HAP.Y sitting wanted in my home days BR IVS128 —31 BABY SITriNG in mv home. Pat Gibbs. 311 S. 7lh. —Wpd WILL CARE for aged people in my home. 702 N. 7th. Mrs Rolison. BR fi-797-1. -,"> 9—For Rent FOR (SENT - Apartment, i>cau-, tifuly furnished, buffet style. See it Reasonably priced. Warren Hotel, BR <5-322l. -21tf ; THREE ROOM partially furnish-: fd ho.'sc. bills paid. Adults. I!Ii j fi-.iL'M —30 AIR CONDITIONED apartment,! very nicely furnished. Adults. ; No pets. BR fi.3:>8:i. -1'Jtf , APARTMENT, furnished, two bedrooms, private entrance, utilities, central-lieating, close-in lo schools and churches. 501 N. !lth, Finnup Seed, BR 6-0911.—30 SLEEPING RCOM. private en-' : trance. 019 N. Main. BR 6-4596. I -31 pd' ' NOW LEASING! Luxury '.wo bedroom apartment. P a t i o, basement biiilt-ins. Air conditioned. Sll.'i a month. Call Bit fi-'l7:;i. —30 ROOM FOR boy — close to school. 618 10th. —29tf TWO BEDROOM d u p I e x. $60. Bills paid. BR G-782H -30 lla—Mobile Homes 1 »~-W«arlBg Apportl f PONYTAIL FJY OWNER: New t\vo bedroom home, attaolind «ara*e, utility. Ceramic tile kilchPn and hath, birch cabinets. Carpeted. BR 68023. —31tf BY OWNER: Two bedroom, full; basement, large kitchen and) family room. Birch cabinets, sol-j id oak paneling, ceramic tile in kitchen and bath. Drapes, par-, tiallv carpeted. Double thermo- i pane windows, central air cotuli-' tioninM. Attached jjarage, fenced back vard. t'lo.'e to school. 411 Davis BR 0-7100. —15tf 1 2— Farmers & Serv. CV'STOM HAY hauling and stacking. Eugene Mason, Deerficld, •IL'B-7121. — 3tf GIRL'S dresses and car coat, size 10 and 12. Call BR 6-7270.' —31pd FOR SALE: School dresses, girl's! sizes 10-12. Call BR 6-8030 -3; 20—Autos and Trucks j FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport coupe. V 8. automatic trannmission and air conditioning. 1506 8th St. evenings. —12tf 1955 CHEVROLET, recently overhauled. Slick. $375. BR 6-6708 evenings. —20tl 1957 Chevrolet hardtop, clean, low milage. Power glide. BR 6-6618. —31 14—-Wont to Buy WANT TO BUY girl's 26" bicycle. Call BR 6-45-18. -31pd j «MMMMMMM^B^^MMM^^HM^««^^B^B*^^^ H * H '* W * HMH ' 15—Form Machinery 1956 Lincoln 4 door sedan, alt i power equipment. $400. BR 6-! 3758. —31 I FOR SALE: 1961 Gleaner 16' C! with Ansel cab, S5250.00; 19CO \ Gleaner Model A $3250,00 Kal- esta Implement Co., Kalvesta, Ks. CAWKINo t-F.ED cleaner, complete with electric motor, 100 150 busliei pei hour capacity, Like ?225 George Bretz, FOR SALE: 1957 Belaire V8 j Chevrolet station wa"gon, $795. t F.E. Stone, BR 6-8180. —31 j FOR SALE: 1951 Ford V8 with overdrive. Runs good. Call BR 6-7496. —31 i c: King Vw.imt. Syr.du-Hf, Inc., 1363. World ngt.u rcssn-ed lliilcomb. l\a,i.-.jis. Deerficld. Phone 420-8010: —5 HOME SALES 16—Livestock, Pets, Poultry I MIXED PUPPIES from red Cocker and while German Shepherd. BR 6-4879. —31pd i BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY. 1701 ; A si. Drive In. —28(f I'OP soil for yards, deiive.-e;; Dial BR 6-3771. Smith Sand Company. —SI-1 CUSTOM D/.SC rolling on your farm. Powell's disc rolling service. S a I. i s f a ctioii guaranteed. Phone BR (5-7814. 505 N. 13th. 1 Garden City. — I2tf CONRARDY PLUMBING Jerome J. Conrardy • Sewer Cleaning • Service WorV • Conlr«r> : ng on new construction & remodeling. Call BR 6-6751 NEAT LADY. Sue, Sec. Housekeeper in my home. Box 41!). Lakin, K.-<. -.'!! WANTED: WOMAN to care 1 for small child plus li»ht kcp.pina. Musi sleep in. Call BR fi-G15t t>i; write Leroy Xicliols, . Ifolcomb. — 3 NATIONAL CONCERN offers op porfunity in NORTH WEST KANSAS. Married men above 40 preferred. Must, have late model car. Knowledge of tractors and machinery helpful. Sales experience not necessary. We train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview write ciualifieations, address and phone number to DEWEY PRESTON, Dept. flA-4, P.O. Box 392. Dallas, Texas. — 31 pd POSITIONS NOW m>en for beauty counselors, hill or part time. Applicants ot ROW! character cull Elliott 5-0513, U to 9 a.m. —31 7 GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES From -J5 ft. to 55 ff. long 10 ft. wide. . 255-2T-H AIRWAV VACUl'M Cleaner Sabs and Service. Marceile Pore, ill. 1 !), Anderson. Garden City. Phone BR G-4131. —2fitfi FRONT TIRES \\earins uneven'.' \ Call FanskM-'s. BU C-4323 for' ;;ii«ranlei'd fl'onl-cnd alignment sei'vice. —30 WANTED WAITRESS. Apply in person. Jade Cafe. — 'JlMf AMBITIOUS MOTHERS: School- Home coordinating work. Ten to thirty hmir s a week. School. church or 4-H work helpful. Excellent earnings if accepted. Wrile fully to P.O. Box 50. Garden City, Ks. —31 LOST: TWO purses, one while wicker iind a black leather. Call collect Drake O-l-IOIl. -_::ipd ELECTRONIC WHEEL halanc-1 WANTED: DEGREE teacher In in;.; Quint's Automotive. 8th teach 5tli and fith grades at and Fulton. BR G-5332. —30 Lincoln School immediately. Conj tact Mrs. Kenneth Way, 1405 15. j Street. Garden City. Ks. Phone ' BR 6-4700.0r BR (5-4701 . —I! 6—Good Things To Eat FOR SALE: Sweet corn. Mile and one half West on Maple. Herb Olson. —27tf COMBINATION PARTS men and salesman, some experience needed (loud s,ilai'v and com- BRUNSON'S GROCERY Will Close Saturday Night August 31, 1963 mission. Wrile Telearam. Box A-108 $1500 DOWN & MOVE IN TODAY Wn Will Give Discount on nil ciinncd goods and grocery iterns if (lie purchase is $3.00 or more. GARDEN CITY MULTI - LIST One of Garden City's nicer two bedroom houses with double q.i- raqe, carpet and full basement. No I o d n expense, immediate posses'< ion. Less th«n 1 year old. Just long finouflh for The oriqfndl owner fo do d 11 the work. Also 2 bedroom on North 7th St. snniB <is new. Attriched qarrtqo and finished basemen! rooms, carpeted 255-1T with bertutifu) Vflrd, : :r> .:™ KELLER-LEOPOLD AGENCY "~" BR 6-7^71 BR 6-6907 RR 6-4544 About the nicest two bedroom home in town, brick, riir conditioned, full finished basement, patio, double qar«iqr on Pdts Drive. Brlcl( 3 bndroom. dir conditioned wifh family room on P*its Drive. 3 bedroom HIT condtHoned with new carpot and bftiement 1 on Evans St. HOWARD B. SMITH AGENCY BR 6-7741 BR 6-367"; 252-TF AL WOODS Real Estate Mqr I 10 W. Chestnut BK 6-4622 Evo. ,S-')I64 huv n- .1 i-.- U r>l..:->. i \ i.-ti\. p.i :i, boonu-i.t ., ,lh II x 15 nK'iMticn f,;on> iifiH HOMi ' u > C.ll IH'IfJ st, Id ki ir. Jit- n NEW AND READY Tftrre bedroom bricl(. doubU flf- t«i Iind q,ir,tqt I j Sdlhi. «n(ry /mil, Lt-iily room. all carpeted. Fine kitclion. Corn#( lot, too! A qood one for J22.000.00. l'rt'.t three btviioo-n full b^jement, dojble qaraqc firepUce 2* batlls. i nianv. many exti.i;. Get rha b«il lo '4rtiiof\ Ihl^ i^ .» well planned 1800 sq, it. homo Everything you want for $30 000.00 Atherton Stallsworth Agency Kill loom. Ai 101 I £ BR 6-5262 .J.H.I.JB. lf,-rtl»d iinlv 11 6.1)00 00 NEW FHA JjSO 00 Down $85.00 Month No cbiinq costi, charminq 3 bed- fcc;u tuinqnlow v.itK ettached qa- r.iqe on JiOxl25 ft. cointr lot. Buy iiov,- while under construction And i voor colors! Nadr ichooft. LOANS ON HOMES in Garden City and Ldkin FHA Gl MGIC Conventional Savings Accounts Lump Sum Monthly Current Dividend Rats 4^ % THE RAILROAD BUILDING LOAN & SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Assets $41,884,605 iLt 1 r-j i i ! t 1 'j 0 1 q ;j i: 1 u ' --, •: f O ' • ij i 1 K o : o i J L M „ *. hc':;l. .. , T fl J t I J ._ Ii (; 0 ^ d ' J Cj t lonq* torputcj and I- boths, 2 laf^o b-jfocM^v L.'P dfid I bedroom i/; b-iifir.tnt. Thii ii a qujlity hom«! Jl 7 900 DON I ALLEY, Realtor 41V N gth PhonB ER 6-5730 BK b Iil: BR 6R 6.4731—E»t. BR 6-3117 ^JE^ESCOIT Li^ REALTORS 101 Ne" 3-bedroom. School location. Gl loan Closing, costs down! The Carter Agency I05-I07 E. Laurel Phone 6-3I7I 84 year* of business service in Garden City C. W. Charljen Field Man J. O. Carter Agent 1952 PLYMOUTH STATION wag- > on, new tires, recent overhaul.' Ideal fishing car. Call BR 6-3472. -29tf GOOD SCHOOL car! 1955 Mer- count Monterey, $390 or discount for cash. BR 6-5730. —31 "J don't understand parents. My father can't STAND the sight of peanut-butter sandwiches for breakfast." Young Hobby Club 1957 Belaire Chevrolet station wagon. Air conditioned, low i milage. Nice. BR 6-6935. -29pd j At 12th and Kansas Garden City, Ks. Phone BR 6-481 I 255-2T-H SAVE AT ULYSSES! Se» the Inrqc'J mobilo liom« buiU fo be pulled by one truck. The Leisurama 74' « 54' ... folds down to 10' i 54'. Opon Sunday JAYHAWK MOBILE HOMES Ulysses, K«. Ft 6-1414 702-TF I I—Koaf tstato HOWARD SMITH REAL ESTATE Real Estate W e Buy. Sell or Trade Cash for your Equity 123 W. Laur.l BR 6-7741 7-TF NEW HOUSE, northwest school location. Two hodroom. basement, garatfc, carpet. Home; downtown location, t.wo bedroom, carp. 1 !, excellent location. Rental in roar. 10'; down o r ararifje. Call Owen Gralile. BR 0-tlHO alter (i p.m. —14 FOR SALE: Choice area overlooking Garden City for residential site's. Wrile Box 273. Slat- lord. Kansas. —:.'7pd ! KKCIISTKIIED ENGLISH Setter piiiiiiics. Just two left. BR 6- 17—Seeds. Feeds HAVE YOUR Fall-Seeded Seeds Cleaned and Treated NOW Avoid Waiting in Line. GARDEN CITY CO-OP 753-255-257-H SEED CLEANING SACRIFICE due to recent accident at work! We must sell 1961 black Mercury Convertible, j low milage, exceptionally nice j car. Would consider older car on trade. John ''Dub" and Janice i Yount. BR 6-3515, BR 6-3905 or S BR 6-3857 -26tf! Make Raincoats For School Books GOOD SCHOOL car, 1954 Ford; V8 in top condition. Low mil- i age, low price. 906 Evans. —31 1954 FOUR DOOR Pontiac, hy- dromatic and power steering, j $130. See at 501 N. 3rd or call BR , 6-3779. —31' FOR SALE: 1955 V8 Chevrolet, four door, powcrglide. Good shape. Call BR 6-4809 after a p.m. —30 By GAPPY DICK If you have ever been caught in the rain with an armfitil of school books, including, perhaps, a freshly written theme copied in your best pen-and-ink style, you'll know the value of today's fun-project which is a rain protector for school books and pap- era. It is to be made of plastic. A piece of m e d i u m weight, 37 inches long and 17 inches wide will be .just right. With scissors.) cut it to the shape shown in Fig- j vire 1. Note the two slits that FOR SALE: 1958 Belaire Chev-! rolet. equipped with air con-1 ditioning. power equipment, and j power glide transmission. V8 engine. Excellent Interior. Price ' reasonable. Call or write Ted 1 Woodbury, Leoti, Kansas. FR 5-4330. —31! an ! FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet two j door Belaire. Excellent shape, i good tires. Call BR 6-6071. —3 T Flfi. 7. PIG i TREATING W —Business Opportunities Portable or Stationary SEED CLEANERS. Call for Appointment Before The Rush. FOR SALE. Western Auto Stores. $12,500 and up. Write for free booklet. Ervin F. Kruse, Western Auto, Dept. 24, 801 E. Zimmerly Wichita, Kansas. —30 BEST SEED COMPANY 102 S. 9th BR 6-6921 231-H • •• 1 18—Household Needs YOUTH I'.ED. good condition, SI.: DO. :1K 6-5475'. -30 HALLICHAFTEH CONSOLE 22", T.V., Ljoocl condition: antenna; combination Whirlpool washer- drviT. BR 6-7333. —6 j MULLIGAN CAFE for lease. Coni tact Kenneth Johnson, Bay Service Station. BR 6-9958 or BR 6-1 j 7963. Immediate possession. —31 pd j 23—Instruction WESTERN PLANESALES Beechcraft • Sales • Service Aircraft Rental Page 8 Garden City Telegram Friday, August 30. 1963 Load tlie plastic envelope with your books and papers and put the strap around it, passing it through the slits in the flap. The raincoat-for-books is then ready to go through the most severe downpour and the books won't get wet. It will be a lot eas- itr to carry the books safely in this protector than it will be to i try to juggle them underneath i your raincoat on a stormy day. i TOMORROW: A Make-believ* 'Satellite Made From Umbrellas' A Sheet of Plastic must be made in the flap at one end. These are to accommodate a book strap to be placed around the ease after it has been loaded with, books (Figure 3). Figure 2 shows how to fold the plastic. Stitch the sides together on the sewing machine (enlist Mother's help here). Two Inmates Flee Penitentiary Farm LEAVENWOKTH, Kan. (AP)Two inmates fled from the federal penitentiary honor farm Thursday night. Prison officials said they were Or a Lindeli Hitchcock, 31, of Grants, N.M.. and Albert John Schlecht, 28, of. Enid, Okla., both truck drivers by occuption. Hitcliock was sentenced at Kansas City last April 23 to serve two years for taking a stolen vehicle across state lines. Selilecl. was sentenced at Oklahoma City Jan. 25 to three years for theft of government property. They were missed at the l\l:30 p.m. count. America's first globe maker, James Wilson, walked 2. r X) miles to New Haven. Conn., lo learn \ copper engraving tram Amos i Doolittle, one of America's first map makers. ; SELLING OUT a number of used : Vacuum Cleaners — upright and tank types. Kirby Vacuum' Cleaner Company. Two blocks east of Bowling Alley. —30 - _ t M.\YT.-U; WRINCiER type wash-, er S25; Bcndix duomatic, S75. j Boll) in -,'oud condition. BR 6-6863.1 -31; Charter and Instruction Private Pilot Ground School Classes ' begin Monday. Sept. 16th, 7:30 p.m. Call BR 6-3286 ^ 255-H LE6ALS j (Published in the Garden City Tele- ' lin»-.i)'on August Hi, an timl BO aiitl i September 6 and la, 1903.) CROSSWORD • - - By Eugene She/for 19 — Wearing Apparel BACK TO SCHOOL SHOES 2 TO CHA.NY7K CERTAIN HKIUHT AND ARKA DTSTUICTS IN T1IK CITT OF HARDKN C'lTY, KANSAS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- Public notice is hereby Riven that tli" City Comnii.'sinnei'.s of the City (if G-.rden City, Kansiis. upon their own motion, are. considering n-non- ing the following described property from the f.xisting t'-l zoning to a I'-" zaiiins district, to-v.-it: P;n-t of I1OUMKS TTItRD ADDITION. to-R-it: All of F.lock -IT tlohp.".« Third Addition to the City of (inrdeii City. You a.-c fiifthpr notifif-.l that a imhlii' 1u»imng a? to s-Md reaoninj; vi!l be held by the Garden Citr- Ktnncv ("onntv Metropolitan A r e ft f'liiiminsr Poir.mis.'iioi) in the City 1 (VMMii.-vii.'i [loom nt th,- City ITill. D ii'den city. KUIISP •. on tlir H'th , day of fi»pt?iiibtf['. ISii:;. at 9:SO A.II. j at which tiiiu- any interested per- j -'.ns tt'i!! I*' 1 !^:ivd , The tiardt-n Citv-P i n n e v i i'.,:inlv Metj-.ii'icjlita.-i Area 14 ii" IT Us 33 4-3 sT 34- 44- 27 22 40 53 19 so I fa (o 23 & LQ 29 47 61 JO 48 IO 24- 'fl 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 255-H 1 PAY REGULAR PRICE FQR THE 1ST PAIR GET THE 2ND PAIR FREE TIES AND SLIP-ONS Pointed or Square Toe CRAZY HOUSE OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SUNDAYS I P.M. TO 6 P.M. West Highway 50 Garden City, Ks. By: riuwui-d T. BlamOi.ird CliKirman i l'ulp| in tiie t!:irden City i '[•••!.'iti-ain Ansn.-it -2",i\i. 30th and Pep- | teniliei- ti'h. I9o3.i i [X Tilt: PI'.i'lPVTK COI'HT OK 1 ' PIN'NKY COfXTY. KANSAS r.V TFIK MATTKi: OF THE ESTATK j i)F S()I,O1ION STfKKY. DECKAS- ! 'NOTII'K OF \PPO!.VT?,'KNT OF ! ADMTXISTHATORS WITH I WJIJ, ANNKXF.D CASK NO. 4041 TO Till-: CP.KDITOP.P. 1TKIRS. DKVISVKS AND I.KHATEKS OK j SOT.OMOS' STl'KKY, PKCEAPED, , A%'VI AI.I. OTHEKS OONPKRNED: ] YiHi and '':t'-1i of voti will tc>ke no- j 'i.-* thst nil th» 20th i!.vy of AiiC'ist. I IMt!.". Albe:! Avth'.i! Stuliey Iltnry i t'.ii w;th wil! nnr..--xed nt t!:e will ! , 'lul 1 . i[Li;ilii'|. i d a? adMV'riiritratur-'* with < v.-jl! i-rincye.i and letters of aJrnini- .-T!' 'ion w-itii will anr.-xed \vf I- e ir- ; -Mod to th'-ni on A\i3i;-r L'O. Id')", by '' - Pivl>ut« C'-'ii:l of Finnvy County. K.-ir.-.-a.-. A'l pnrti-* interest.''! in t,a:d estate ; u 1 .]! t:\ke notice aiid govern theni- I -elvvi ne.'ordlr.L'lv. All creditors are iii'.'if.eJ to exl'.ibit their demand; , !Pi"'nt!i« fi : oin° t'-e 'ilat-> of the firet ju:bli-:itio;! of this not^e as pro'.id- -.j by law. and if th-ir demands are n.'l t'r.u? »xhib!t<sd they thai! b» , fo:ever barred. : Albert Arthur Stukey I Henrv Stukey Administrators with w.'l annexed 'of the wi!! of ?:i!on:on „,_,. _ T I.I.VI.F-T'AND FP.IO'OX 255-2T j ATTORNEYS AT' LAW I I CIJIARRON, KAKSAS I HORIZONTAJ. 1. auctions 6. floats 31. walked 12. possessions 14. bristle J5. tennis equipment 17. level 18. eye amorously 19. harden 20. emporium 21. note in scale 22. vends 24. symbol for neon 25. elicits 28 each of two 31. woo 32. born 33. saturates 36. dung beetle 39. pronoun 40. bristles 4- mother 43. —- facto 46. inferior horse 47 floor mop 49 scrape 50 be in debt f)l seep 52. elder 54. herb 5(5 openings 57. drift VERTICAL 1. exhibited -. seed covering 3. learning 4. male nickname 5. perception* 6.lorate 7. because 8. detail Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Ai»r»f« ttmt IC< '963. Kiig Vetuiiff i?\ nd . In,. OBYPTOQIHF8 8-30 9 fluid rock 10 iSnglish novelist 11.coast 13.start 16 snakelik* fish 2!!. cio^es 'Id. becauss 'Jti. employ 27. hint i9. beverag'* 30. pronoun 33. vessels 34. Indian tents 35. lady of Spain 36. wisest 37. astonished 38. Biblical tower 41. marble 41. dispatched 45. medley 47, painful 48. used 53 mystic ejaculation 55. conjunction X S F Z X Z D J T Z X T S J L n M J X T Z J Z .X i W W D L A S A X W P J D I, il T M X F . YMteni»y« ! BABV IN PLAYPEN.

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