Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 3, 1964 · Page 6
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 6

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*«t 10 -• finrilnn « H v Tf>lf>tfr*m ' Monday, February 3, 19M 100 Years Ago Through the years there have been main editors who have remarked about Toprka, its residents, and the ixili!.ical activity! of the cnoilal. However, not many have approached (he subject with ! the color and pungency of Burlingame's Marsh Murdock and White cloud's Sol Miller. Here 'he two express Ihrmselves: . j "The Capital. — Last week we Spent one day and night at the Above nameti, far famed ond much blamed point, and lo! the half had not been told us. There we saw all the big men of the stale inchrljn" the governor, U.S. assessor. Mate officers and the Supreme Bench; all the small fry .' . . . There we saw the ntipropri- ate compound of mud, politicians and had whiskey, and there we were kent awake half the night by the combustion of the aforesaid compound in ... speeches delivered in the Governor's room "There we learned that it was considered a 'Rood thing* to be a j •hanger on' In a rich governor; a poor show to be an old 'played out' nolitician; hard thing to be a honcsl man; an honorable tilling 4o belong lo the legislature; a dangerous thing to assert that they have no right to elect a senator this winter; a rate thing for an honest man to have money enough to pay his hotel hill and '•'to return home on; and in fact, ,tvc never learned so fast, or became so fully aware of the greatness of some of the smallness of •others, in so small space of time, •ds we did during our short stay at •the canilal. One more trip and • we shall have our head hooped.*' ''-- Osage Chronicle, Burlingame, ^February 6, 1864. ,' 'We think It about time the .capital were removed from Topeka. The conelomeration of 'frauds' that assembles annually called the legislature, Is having such a 'bad Influence upon the town, that even the churches are becoming demoralized, and the services not unfrequently partake more of the nature of a theatre or circus than : of a religious assemblage. The ministers seize upon subjects of popular excitement, or their own political prejudices, to administer '. • general tongue lashing to the assembled wisdom of the state; tnd upon such occasions, the sub- 'ject of discourse is announced in ^the public prints, some days In "advance, In order to 'draw a 'house.' "Espiclally It this the case with the Presbyterian and Congregational ministers. The others, thus far, have been content to talk their politics on week days, and devote the Sabbath and the oulpit to spiritual matters. Well, the legislature may be a 'fraud,' but ft is not more so than the practice of some churches. . . . When ministers get upon the subject of 'fraud' let them first clear the rubbish from their own door yard." — Kansas Chief, White Cloud, February 25, 1864. Church of Ejigcmd , Bishop Give* Warning ! MANCHESTER, England (AP)-The bishop of Huline has warned Church of England pa- j rishioners against "stary - eyed! optimism" on achieving unity with the Roman Catholic Church. Speaking at Manchester Cathedral, the Rev. K. V. Ramsey gaW: "The arms of the Church of Rome are stretched out more Obviously in welcome, but there, is 'to be no bom.? out to meet us halfway. The Roman Catholic Church has shown no signs of self-questioning about doctrines which others find impossible to iccepl." Bernard (Peck) Hickman started the nbw basketball season, his 20th at the University of Louisville, with 374 victories and 147 setbacks. Pharmacy Phacts From RALPH McCLUNG You can l>e certain that you always have our best wishes for your continued good health. In (act, your good health is always the major reason for our being here to help and serve you. We Jyiow how important the 'personal touch' is when you need to have your doctor's prescription filled You can always be certain of our desire to be of expert, friendly and professional service to you. Please don't ever hesitate to ask us anything you wish about any of the products we carry or any of Uie services we offer. We're glad to explain and help you iu any way we can. Always! We take pride, here at Me- Clung & l'a> ne's, in being known •p Garden City's "vitamin center". We're always glad to explain any question about vita- rains. They can be vital to your health and happiness, and we fcave the best for you acre at 106 Grant Ave. . AND QUALITY AT IDEAL! MJD PCOV/6 TO VOUESELF THAT VOU DO MOT HAVE TO SP£MD BIG MOW6V. . .TO GNJJOV ©<3 MJTRITIOIU WERE / PRICES EPFECTIVC TMCU , 1964- IDEAL.,, ASSORTED FLAVORS ICE MILK M6eSM£V'S SPECIAL LABEL , . . SEMI-SWEET MORSELS IDEAL FLOUR 10-lb. Bag KRAFTS VELVEETA 79 to freshen breath cfean CHUNK: STVLC OP TH£ S£A tTUlM \2 S 99 ^* ^1 c c Gerber Strained BABY FOODS Fruit and Vegetable Varieties Jars Ctllo Factoft PINTO BEANS Lb. GQUQ Ib, •TAS-T-BAK" TREATS MM Our OWN !••$»*• OVMI AMWtN DANISH ROLLS T«.T'M> Butter Top Bread Sherry Pies ovsreiz SOUP BLU6 PLATE OV5T6W 8-0*. can BIU6 PLATE SHRIMP 5* Q*. GCMt ALUMINIUM CV>C<. . -QUICK OR. MOTHERS OATS

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