The Pittsburg Sun from Pittsburg, Kansas on September 21, 1921 · Page 4
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Pittsburg, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 21, 1921
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THE PITTSBURG SUN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1921 GiiiARD O'Reilly" Drus Store (The Rexall Store.) Leave Want Ads and order for the SUN either by mail or carrier. Branch office of the SUN, FARM AGENT WEDS. College Romance Ends In Marriage to Miss Cleo Voungblood. A romance which started during their college days at Springlicld, Mo., culminated Sunday in the marriage o Miss Cleo Youngblood, of Republic, M,o., to W. L. Tayloe, of Girard, Crawford county farm agent The ceremony was celebrated at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Martha Youngblood, at Republic, Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, and Mr. and Mrs. Tayloe left soon afterward for Kansas City and other points on a short honeymoon tour. Mr. and Mrs. Tayloe were students .at the Southwest State Teachers' college at Springfield, and were graduated in 1913. Mrs. layloe completed her education for teaching later, and for the past three years has been instructor in the Springfield, Mo., public schools. Mr. Tayloe continued his college work at the University of Missouri and was graduated from that school in 1917. After several years spent in farm bureau work, he came to Girard in April of this year, and was employed by the Crawford county farm bureau. Mr. Tayloe dissappeared from his office here Saturday, and the mystery of his secret actions were fully explained to his friends, when he arrived home with his bride yesterday afternoon. They wii! be at home to their friends here as soon as they find suitable quarters. ROAD CREWS BUSY. to permanent separation, the plaintiff estate of Andrew Neher, has filed his asks attorney's fees and such other final report. relief as the court may see fit to 'elex Perrin has filed his final re-offer. Pr as guardian of Alexander La-A petition for divorce was also filed Fouge, insane, and has been appoint-this week by W. E. Epperson, 309 ed administrator of the estate of Al-East Ninth, Pittsburg, who alleges I exander LaFouge, deceased, that his wife, Edith Epperson, has ! L. F. Spriggs has filed proof of shown neglect and cruelty to the ' the death of Charity Spriggs and his plaintiff, and has abandoned him. heirship to the estate. They were married at Nevada, Mo., in W. L. Baysinger, administrator of 1909, and lived for several years in the estate of Harriet Baysinger, has Girard. The plaintiff is a brakeman , filed his final report, County Engineer Cooper To Push Road Grading This Fall. Road activities in Crawford county, with the exception of the hardsurfac-ed highway north from Pittsburg, are confined at the present time to grading, and similar work, County Engineer Cooper stated yesterday. Work on the county road from Frontenac to the state line will start this week, in case the weather permits. The old cinders on the road will be removed and replaced with new ones, and the grading will be improved. As soon as the strip east from Frontenac is improved, the crew will start work on the five mile stretch of highway from Mulberry to Arcadia. New culverts along the line have been .omplt-ted, and the road will 'be put' in good 'condition with very little grading. Mr. Co lp-r stated yesterday. The grading i tb- main counrv highway from CnerAci; to Fourth street will also be started soon, preparatory to chatting, which probably will be done this winter. FILE DIVORCE ACTIONS. ? Cruelty and Abandonment Feature In Petitions for Divorce. Alleging extreme cruelty, Lucy Davis, of Croweburg, has filed a petition in district court asking divorce from Thomas Davis, who is employed at Sheridan mine No. 14. In addition on the Missouri Pacific railway. Auxiliary Second In Kansas. Eleven new members were taken into the Women's Auxiliary to the George C. Brown post of the American Legion at a meeting held at the Chamber of Commerce rooms Monday afternoon. The organization now has a membership of nearly two hundred and ranks second in size in Kansas. A request made by the state headquarters for more pajamas and other wearing materials for wounded war veterans in Kansas hospitals was accepted at the meetings and the members probably will fee kept busy for some time with the work. To Hold Annual Cattle Meet. The annual meeting of the Chero kee-Crawford County Shorthorn Breeders' association will be held at the farm of I. H. Gaddis, one mile east and three-quarters of a mile north of McCune, Saturday. The meeting will open with a business session 'during the f orenoon, which will be followed by a big basket din ner. During the afternoon, demonstrations in stock judging will be staged, and short cattle talks will be made by County Farm Agent W. L. Tayloe, of Crawford county, and County Farm Agent Roy Gwinn, of Cherokee county. The meeting last year was held at the Crawford county High school. Commission Accepts Bridge Plans. Specifications and plans for the construction of a new Emery bridge over Lightning creek, three miles west of Girard, were returned with the approval of the state highway commission to County Engineer Cooper yesterday, and bids for the work will be advertised for immediately. A few days ago, the commission rejected the same plans, stating that it believed the cost was too great, but after further consideration, it reversed the former decision. The Emery bridge was destroyed by high water.s this spring, and the new structure will be built so that the same fate cannot happen to it. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses have been issued at the office of Probate Judge R. W. Colborn, during the past few days: Vernon H. Dyer. 22, Parsons, and Clara B. Hull, 21, Parsons. Vincenc Chi, 27, Franklin, and Mary Godler, 2fi, Franklin. Guss Herby, 38, Arma and Ellen Graves, 29, Arma. Arthur L. Ferguson, 26, Pittsburg, and Addie Corene Lee, 19, Walnut. C. J. Keaton, 40, Healton, Okla., and Anna Prucha, 24, Omaha. John H. Stolte.,32, Girard, and Anna Mathilda Meyer, 31, Girard. D. P. Neher has filed proof of the death of Elizabeth Neher and his heirship to the estate. John C. Friskel has been appointed administrator of the estate of Mary Krashoe. Mabel Adcock, executrix of the estate of James Adcock, has filed her annual report. Pearl Carlson, adminstratrix of the estate of John E. Carlson, has filed j tu cnaritaAor,nV nr th nh-arri her annual report , l,,....;.! nd Miss Francis Lavender. wego, who have been visiting friends here the past few days, returned to their home yesterday. : , Harry L. Cavanaugh, of Chanute, was here transacting business yesterday. Girard Hospital Notes. . Baby Ruth Ramsey, of Croweburg, who was injured severely some time ago by an air rifleshot, fired by her small brother, has now practically recovered, and was returned home Monday. The shot pcnetrate4 her abdomen, and it was feared for some time that the injury would prove fatal. ' , - . Mrs. Lydia Hoffman is improving. Frank Dooms, of Arma, underwent an operation last Thursday. La Vaughn Woodling is improving rapidly. Miss Dada Lee McNeal has resign Take Dudley to Osawatomie. Theodore Dudley, of Pittsburg, ad-Judged insane at a hearing before Probate Judge R. W. Colborn, Sept. ?, was taken to the state hospital at Osawatomie yesterday. Dudley, who is 33 years of age, has a wife and three children. Owing to the congested condition at the hospital, he was kept at his home in Pittsburg un-il yesterday, when word was received here that arrangements for his care had been made by state officials. As there are now too many inmates at the institution, admittance papers for new patients are hard to secure. NOTES. Ed Campbejl, of the Girard Furniture company, was a Pittsburg visitor Monday. The Girard ball team will go to Neodesha Sunday for another game with the team in that city. A game between the two teams a short time go ended with a score of 1 to 0 in favor of Neodesha, and Girard will endeavor to even things up Sunday. McDonnell and Youvan will form the Girard battery. Several persons from here attended the ball game in Pittsburg yesterday afternoon between the Manuals and a vocational team from the Normal. H. R. Hibbard, of Topeka, was here on business yesterday. Judge George F. Beezlcy spent yesterday in Pittsburg. William Fox, the city clerk at Arma, was here on business yesterday-Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jones, of Oa- of the Christ hospital in Topeka, will take the position Oct. 1. Miss McNeal has been connected with the institution here for several months. NOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS On account of making repairs to main line on South Olive, gas will be shut off between the hours of 3 :30 p. m. and 5 p. m. on Wednesday, Sept, 21st. i Please see that all gas outlets are closed during this time. KANSAS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. Chronic Diarrhoea. "A number of yearn uvo an aged gentleman lived with us. He used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy (or chronic diarrhoea and I believe it 'raved his life. Tim and attain it was the only thinir that helped him." writes Mrs. J. S. Smith, Seneca Kails. N. V. In cases of diarrhoea this remedy ha always proved prompt and effectual. WANT ADS (Too Late To Classify) LOST Key ring with five keys, between Sixth and Ninth streets on Smelter, or left in Ford car. Reward. C. W. Scott, 601 North Smelter. 61-6-220 FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping apartment, modern conveniences, close in. 120 West Tenth street. 61-1-221 i Additional Society Galilean Mothers' Circle. The Galilean Mothers' Circle will meet at the community building Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Entertain at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ellis, 707 North Joplin, entertained Mr. Ellis' father, J. E. Ellis, of Mountain Grove, Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. rlobert Konske, of this city, with a 6 o'clock dinner party last evening! After dinner the guests formed a line party to a local theater, Informal Dinner. Mrs. Don French entertained with an informal dinner last evening in honor of Mrs. Alfred Wilson of Baxter. Those present were: Mrs. William Selemsn, Mrs. Frank McCabe, Mrs. Bruce Bixter.'Mrs. Mac French, Mrs. Omar Black, Mrs. Orvsl Swin-ney, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Linda Black, of Iola. Mrs. Alfred Wilson and daughter, Sarah Lou, of Baxter Springs, is the guest of Mrs. Don French. Miss Linda Black of Iola, is here visiting here brother, Omar Black. BAR BOBBED HAIR. Style is Tabooed in Two St. Louis Restaurants. Girls with bobbed hair have been declared taboo in two St. Louis downtown restaurants. Short orders and short locks can't be served simultaneously, the managers have decided, and they have issued an informal edict against those women whose artistic tastes have not been' mitigated by their more commercial surroundings. However, exceptions have been made to the rule. Those who have been ordered to bob their hah- to prevent it falling out will be retained, Miss E. Ninnert, head waitress at one of the places, said, but those who bob their hair merely because it is a fad are under the ban. Although there are those who advance the contention that the soup is safer with bobbed and netted hair, the restaurant management docs not aeree with them, and, while main taining a standing order for all girls to wear nets, holds that bobbed hair is hoydenish. St.. Louis Times. IDE SHIRTS FOR ALL TIMES New Shapes in IDE Collars, and New Fall Neckwear, Too! - Sam & Oscar - The Cash Clothing and Shoe Men 513 North Broadway Out in The Country You can have just as much light as the city folks if you have a COLEMAN QUICK-LITE Lamp or Lantern They don't cost much in the first , place and the expense in up-keep is practically nothing. Sell-Atkins Sun want ads. are resuU-bringers try one Doings in Probate Court. S. G. Sloan, guardian of Thomas Lathurn. has filed his annual report. D. P. Neher, administrator of the jsr: ' m, mmm rnmmm mm . mm . . . TtT piiiiHiiiiiiiii j ITS I Vr . .7tn ? Oi 3?" JTT . 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Our Showing is Complete 95c to $7.50 I BOYS SHOES Get the boy a shoe that will stay with him-H knocks, ancj will give the service you expect- No. 607 Brown Brogue English Shoe $5.00 S No. 602 Black English Style Shoe $3.98 E S No. 600 Brown English Style Sho& $4.50 s-jjj No. 601 Brown Blucher Style Shoe $4.50 H Shoes For Ladies' and Children 1 King-Mummey Stores Co. 1 Of 9 HO 00 S:; 9 Used Car and Truck Sale 1 Tomorrow, Friday, Saturday 3 Days Only i This is not a ficticious announcement, but the prices quoted on our cars in this sale show a bonafide reduction and we believe your judgment will tell you they are unusual values. Wo nflVr vnn an nnrmrmnltv to nurchase a car at such a low Drice that VOU can drive it six or eight months and at the. end of that time turn it ior practically what you paid for. it. COME IN And see the real bargains for yourself SEVENTEEN USED CARS AND TRUCKS GARS 2 Buick Fours, 1917 Models 1 Buick Four, 1918 Model 2 Buick Sixes, 1916 Models 1 Buick Six, 1919 Model GARS 1 Dodge, 1918 Model 1 Dort, 1919 Model 1 Chandler, 1918 Model 1 Pullman 1 Chevrolet Baby Grand 1919 Model Prices from $150 to $875 TRUCKS 1 One-ton Republic 1 One-ton Indiana 1 -ton Commerce 1 -ton Buick 1 1000-lb. Corliss 1 One-ton Oldsmobile Prices $200 to $450 1 OUR REPUTATION We have a reputation for fair and honest dealing in the sale of used :ars. Many customers purchase used cars of us without as much as asking us to demonstrate them simply placing us on our honor to, tjive them a square deal. RECREATION It's a difficult matter to draw a line and say just what is a so-called pleasure car and what is a business car. If a business or professional man can improve his efficiency by using his motor car during his leisure hours, then surely it is a "business car." HOOD'S SERVICE We are always pleased to advise our customers in the care of their cars. This is an important service and will save you money, TIME PAYMENTS You don't have to pay all cash. Terms can be arranged so you can -Pay As You Ride. Do You Drive? If not you can easily learn and we teach purchasers of our cars how to handle them. ST 0 GRv , 1 : ... ,,-J "79 Steps West on Fifth Street' Save Time A car is a practical means of transportation and often repays its owner the purchase price in time saved. t3 t If if 619 NORTH BROADWAY i!!!l!l!l!I!lll!lllG!iini!& iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiii

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