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The Tyro Daily Life from Tyro, Kansas • 1

Tyro, Kansas
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R. A. Park Writes About His Western" Trip. We Soaps, Sunday, Sept. 3.

-After a good night's rest in a very comfortable berth we awoke to find ourselves in the short grass country between Whitelan and Horace. Found our party Toilet Soaps, Medicated Soaps, -Skin Food Soaps, Shaving Soaps and Castile Soaps. all well and in good spirits but Andy Hankens, a' gay -widower of Coffeyville, induced Pearl Jen-kins a fifteen year old girl there to elope with him a few days ago. -The happy pair ran over into Missouri where they were married. Upon returning to Kansas Hankens was arrested, at Chanute but soon afterwards liberated.

Since bis return to Coffeyville he has been shot at by both the girl's father and brother. Hankens is. the father of seven children. x- disappointed to find that we were not yet out of This short grass country im LAZELLS PERFUMES. presses one at being the home of 1 the prairie dog and the big ranch er nothing else.

Carry A Full Line of Nice Candies, Fine Cigars, Fresh Bread, 1 Cookies, Pies, Fruit, Nuts, Daily Papers, Popular Books, Up-to-date Magazines. Also we are. ready, to serve you the best Ice Creamln the city, coldest drinks and First Class Meals, etc. Hot Chili Soup. If you are thirsty you can get an an "Irish Flip" at the Queen City Restaurant.

I We have just crossed the Colorado line and the oar just ahead -V A Contest. of ours is loaded with people from Celarvale. They are a nois-y lot and have just come back Saturday night 9 there Pwill be a Gold Medal Contest at Carnation Pink, Jockey Club, White Rose. Frangipanni. In face preparations we have a big variety.

New Stationary, If you like home-made ice cream you will be pleased with ours. We make it fresh everyday. If you 'are thirsty try a Tyro Fizz at The Tyro Pharmacy. the church. It will be under the into our car and all are joining in singing hymns in keeping with auspices of the L.

T. L. Admis' sion: 10c. The public is invited. the day.

For miles and miles as we pass along the way. along we see nothing but the ash It seems' that all the peoplej grayness of land and sage brush. Nothing with any. show here are waiting to go to Denver on our train. There is a great scram of life meets the eye untill we reach Sugar City, Colorado.

ble to get on board with the usual funny incidents. Here they have diverted the waters of the 'Arkansas river into We arrived at Denver at 7:20 p. it being dark and thou irrigation ditches and have in a sands of. people rushing about it was very confusing to a stranger niiniBf Shoos! shoes! Shoos! piiiiiiif iiiiiiiijiiiluiiiiiiiiii igninniiraiifM nniinaniiiMnrnnniiTnM mmmraiiiH -i Ji.iiij, A. i j.

4 but after chasing around for an hour or so we were finally pitch' Riinil ed out into the suburbs to a nice quiet place for the night. We will try ancV. continue this letter llliij or diary later. iuiiiili As we are finishing this we are watching the parade of ten thou sand workmen from evey line of i'iil fllllllH illlilli iiniii Tyro Lumber Co. business.

We expect to put in the forenoon at the Union Station watch ing for friends. To-morrow the 6. A. R. program will begin in earnest.

3 flrli Trusting The Like will succeed Vuui muni in keeping the town together nn til we return we are, Yours Truly, R. A. PlKK. is' Quarterly Conference. -There will be a U.

B. Conference of the Tyro circuit F-3 li at Caney Center 16. all are It will soon be time to buy your fall shoes. My stock Is complete in every line I have given especial attention toCHILDRENS SCHOOL shoes Next month school will begin and all the boys and girls will have to have new shoes. Don't forget we have a good line and the prices are below our competitors Also have a linn of boys' suits that I will close out at cost, as I don't intend to handle them longer.

This is a good chance to get a new suit cheap few short years made a garden out of a desert. Far as the eye can see here on each side of the track green fields of sugar beets and alfalfa are seen with here and there a field of wheat that from the appearance of the straw has not had a rain since it was out. From Ordwayon into Pueblo there is here and there a straggling field of alfalfa along the banks of the river. We arrived at Pueblo at 1:20 m. "and had a good view the "Pittsburg" of the Rockies.

As one of the train men expressed it a hog would get lest in the place. It seems that from the roughness of the town around the Station it was laid with ut any reference to streets or alleys. The different blocks are designated as Block or 2 etc. It i very rough some houses being directly above one another. We have iaid out here an hour and ten minutes.

The travel is so heavy the railroads are having their hands full handling the crowds. About twenty minutes out of Pueblo we got our first glimpse of the mountains which appear on first sight as great clouds in the distant horizon. It is hard to convince a tender foot that they are as far away as they are. A short distance out of Colo-orado Springs we can sea the top of Pike's Peak towering above its fellows. Now Pikes Peak doesn't hold the charms for us it did a few years ago.

Our bones ache yet when we aee it. We have been there on the burro trail. We, have just arrived at Colo rado Springs and many are the expressions of delight as the pret-ty landscapes comes into view. All about the depot there are pretty lawns and gravel walks and drives. This contrasts greatly with the grayness of the scenery iiniiii p.

If k'lNfi 1 puma invited. W. S. Howell, Pastor -i 25 LUMBER, LATH, SHIN- GLE5, SASH, DOORS, MOULDING. Cement, Plastering Material, Lime, Sand and Brick.

Farming Implements which we will close out at cost, Notice! On add after 28 we will cease to deliver material or pay charges on same except as previously arranged. Also, all accounts due and payable on the first of each month. Ten per cent, will be charged on fc all accounts past due unless otherwise provided for. D. Mahaf fy, Manager.

mmm SI -I taxi (I --3 OLD SOLDIERS AND OLD SETTLERS REUNION at Sedan 13-16 Tickets on sale 13 to 16 inclusive with final return limit Sepf, Rate: 95c S. L. Alexander, Agent. li 4 1 1 "a i 1 BBMipi I iSa3A i Frank Vassel is sick to-day..

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