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The Tyro Daily Life from Tyro, Kansas • 1

Tyro, Kansas
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Louis Eakes died Parson's The Christian Endeavor Sooiety had a big dinner at the Opera We Solicit ouse Thanksgiving. About 150 above town this morning. He has been sick five months and twentynine days. easted there. 15o was charged He leaves a.

wife and one. child. for each. meal. Everybody is saying something good about the He was a member of the United Workmen Order.

menu. The funeral will be held at nine in the morning at the home of Sunday Edition. The Star of Independence will, Mr. Parsons. Rev.

Howelof Havana will conduct the services. beginning Sunday, put out a Sun From now until Christmas will soU hats from 25o to 2.00 worth $1.00 to 18.00- Also velvets and wigs, holly bunches for Christmas decorations with toys, Christmas goods and lovely ornaments. I must sell everything including show cases and fixtures' which make a fine millinery store. The burial will take place at Can- ey. day newspaper.

Heretofore it has published six papers a week. This Deceased took sick with typhoid your business, we are certain it will be valuable to us and we are no less certain it will be valuable to you. We are always glad to', consult and advise with those who do business with ns or who contemplate placing business in our hands. All matter entrusted to us are held in the strictest of confidence. Tyro State Bank.

fever in June. He was at the will be the first attempt so far as we know to publish a seven day point of death for He re paper in this part of Kansas. covered sufficiently a while back he Coffeyville Record has a Sun to get up a few 'days. While at his father-in-laWB he took a relapse day edition but no Monday. and has declined ever since.

Fearless and Independent Thanksgiving 30. The Chicago Record-Herald is a conspiouous example of the sue cess with which the public rewards fearless nonbartisanship in the columns of a great metropolitan Mrs Slater daily paper. It is an independent newspaper, in which men and measures are invariably viewed For the above named occasion REPAIR SHOP. wholly from the standpoint of the The Pac, R. R.

will sell Mil public good, and not from that 111 to round trip tickets at faro and one of the interesting of any particu I do General Repair "Work on Buggies, etc. O. P. Burns. third(minimum 50cts) on ar political party.

It is the very 29 and 30, limited to return on reverse of neutral fearless and or before 1003. outspoken on all the great ques tions of the- day, but presenting Alexander, Agent. I do a General Livery Business. A specialty made of dealing with oil men. its editorial opinion upon inde pendent judgment and entirely re C.

W. VERMILION. Horseshoeing and General Blacksmithing. A Scrimmage. gardless of political i affiliations.

Prof, Perry, principal of the schools at Mound Valley, punish rom the news columns as from ed Lula Dixon for disobedience the editorial page. All political in school and her father, Grant news is given without partisan Dixon called the professor, out his home at night and gave him coloring, thus enabling the reader to form correct conclusions for himself. In the ordinary partisan a severe beating. Perry had Dix on arrested and Judge Bichcreek newspaper political news is usually colored to such an extent as to fined him $50 and costs, which he paid. Everybody in town is mad make it difficult if not impossible at either Perry or Dixon.

Cherry tor the reader to secure a sound TEP! WAN vale Republican. basis for intelligent judgment. Of the Shippers "of Grain and Live Stock in the West are readers of EVETJtNG POST Because it contains the best Market Reports. Because it prints all the news of the day as well. BtloJkG Best andsurely the best is none too good for you.

Subscribe through your newsdealer, commission firm or publisher of paper containing this advertisement Sample copies sent free on request WE ARE NOT IN THE Grocery Business Obituary. -j John A. Burt was born in Ft. Wayne, Allen Indiana on but we can supply you with can ned eatables at the lowest prices, the 25 of Oct. 1842 and died Nov.

26, 1905. I We are in the Restaurant and In Feb. 1805 just before en news business and invite your at tention to our lines of goods. listing in the Army be was married to Charity Cartwright of Ft We serve first class meals at Do you want insurance? Do you want real estate? Do you want a loan? We can negotiate it for you. Do you need a Notary.

We are regular hours; short order meals livered by the Presbyterian Pa tor. at all hours. Hot chili soup, CHERRYVALE. Both the Woods-Tucker and I Hamburgher sandwiches, etc Wayne, Indiana. lie came to Kansas in 1881 settling near Tyro where he resided nntil Sept.

1004, when he moved to Tyro where he lived when the summons came for him to come to his home on highl The Cherryvale Society had a the Long-Bell Lumber yards Also we have' a nice fresh line ball Thanksgiving night. I of confectionary, cigars, tobacoo, There was a foot ball game at fruits, bread etc which were burned in the recent fire, are being rebuilt larger and better than they were. yards are receiving large shipments the Edgar Smelter grounds Inde Again we wish to call your at The deceased was 63 years 1 tention to our News Department month, 1 day old. PococK DabneY -t of lumber each day. I in this: we carry a' complete line He leaves a wife and five child The Bazaar store on Neosho I of the most popular and up-to pendence vs.

Cherryvale, Thanksgiving. Independence Co. High School played the Cherryvale High School a game of basket ball in the' Opera House Thanksgiving night. ren living namely, John at Cedar-ville, Mary Boyle deceased, Street was closed and the stock date Books, magazines and papers, Everything pertaining to the news Mattie Messersmith deceased, will be closed under the hammer. The Lucky Shoe Store on West Books for sale or lease Viola Norton, Hattie Toggle," Susa Fresh pies, baked to order.

Main was sold one day last week to B. F. Dunn. Mr. Dunn is a ratcnen uabney.

Patchen of Tyro, besides relatives and his many friends who mourn his -V He belonged to the encampment, Still Wintry. The weather is yet wintry. well known man here, having THE GREAT bees several' years a dry goods "Wintrv" is a relative term. This merchant of this place. and 6.

A. B. of Coffeyrille A. OWING kind of weather would have no The play entitled "The Last OPENING The Butler Buck sting for the northern people. IL T.

A. No. 102 and the Odd Fellows Lodge of Tyro of which But these heat-absorbing winds he was Neble Grand at the time of his death. Addition of 311 lots are more disagreeable calm zero weather. Rose of Summer" was played at the Opera House Wednesday night.

This is one of J. W. Patton's famous plays and was well attended. will have their Open The funeral was preached by W. Howet of Havana U.

B. minister, assisted by Rev. Cooms ing on Dec. 6, 1905 to our position between The Fair and Eagle Stores, we decided to name our store The Square Deal. You are invited to call and see our new line of goods.

They ars strictly first-class, new and not shelf-worn. We also invite your attention to our, groceries. They axe all fresh. Also a nice line of frujts, candies, nuts and cigars. We also keep fresh homemade bread.

THE SQUARE DEAL EIHngsworth Sewell, Proprietors. Aid Society to Meet. The Aid Society of the Chris The Uncle Sam Oil Refinery Butler Buck. of Caney M. E.

minister. has recently installed an electric tian church will meet at Mrs. J. light plant which is used in light MISSOURI PACIFIC Mahaffy'a 'one week from next Try Time ing ap the works. Elder Nusbaum will deliver a Thursday.

ooiso lecture at the Presbyterian church one night this week. This is the KiddooY Best I No. .414 5:23 a. IPS I No. 430 4:37 p.

x. goixo WEST. Life Office for Sale Bills. Flour. ITotary Public, Insurance and Farm first one of the series ol lectures that are to be held for the benefit of the new M.

E. church. The Baptist and Presbyterian churches observed Thanksgiving service at the Baptist church. The sermon was de I No. 429 ....11.05 a.

x. Office in Bank No. 417.... 7:30 p. The Square Deal.

S. Lb Alxxisdu, Agent.

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