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The Waldo Advocate from Waldo, Kansas • 1

Waldo, Kansas
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Advocate Waldo The Published Weekly by H. B. Brown and entered at the Waldo FaatoBce as Second Claaa matter. J1.00 a Year in Advance. VOLUME 11 NUMBER 50 WALDO.

RUSSELL COUNTY, KANSAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1920 I'. TltlPP; Editor DEATHS Schilling Variety Store The Holiday Gift Shop The Place to Buy Toys George Bdward Storr wax bom at Hull, England on March 9. 1870. and died at Waldo. on Nov.

24. 1920, at the age of 50 yearn, 8 and 16 days. When months old he came with ids parents to this country and settled Windsor, 111. His mother died when he was 6 years old. He was married to Mlsf.

Kmmn Storm on March ISM 4 Springfield. III. Ho loaves a wl' nd an adopted daughter, two broi: Herbert Storr of Breckennrldgr and Will Storr of Decatur, md one sister Mrs. Llda Vot of Shel-byvlllc, a half brother -Charlie Storr of Covert, a step brother -Will Price of Ooodland, Ks and an aged step-mother. His father died In 1910.

He was laid to rest beside his father. FOR THE HOLIDAYS We have so many hings in stock suitable for Xmas presents that it will be impossible to list them all. Neckties for Men Boxed Stationery Linen Handkerchiefs Initialed Handkercheifs Dishes of all kinds Hosiery for Ladies Hosiery for Men Ribbon for the Girls Lace for the Ladies Many Articles for Children CANDY FOR ALL and hundreds of pretty things in Dry Goods Big Discount A 25 per cent cut in the latest of Shoes, also big discount on Dry Goods. AH new goods. Groceries Our line of groceries and good things for the holiday meals cannot be surpassed.

See us for groceries. The Farmers Union Store MISS JESSIE V. WILSON, Manager Christmas presents for every member of the family: Books, Music, Toys, Jewelry, Ivory, Silverware, Cut Class, Cooking Glass, Imported China, Stationery, Toilet Articles, and Dolls. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our apprecla- tlon to our friends and nenghbors lor their kindness nnd material assistance in this time of affliction.

THE FAMILY. High Grade Chocolates, Fancy Boxed Cholocate, and Bulk Candy. Fruit and Nuts. Schilling Variety Store M. R.

Gregg Is budding a shed for Will Bpohrer this week. Tom O'Connor Is expected home uy the holidays. GENERAL REPAIRING Itoy Hays moved into the houije vacated by John Burns' folks. John Kuppal put In an arch cement leave for J. E.

Mullcnder last week. Scoot end gates for cornhusking wagons. Mack-Welling Lbr. Co. 45tf SCHOOL NOTES.

Music Is the universal language of mankind. God is the author, and not man; He laid the keynote of all harmonies, He planned all perfect combinations, and He made us so that we could hear and understand. The report cards will be given out some time this week. Sophomore History pupils have been getting wonderful grades. Wonder why? The next number of the lecture course.

"The De Forest Singers," will appear at the church on Dec. 7th. The special feature of the evening will bn "The Chatter Box." The Domestic Science class has begun the study of pastry and leaven-ing agencies. Fat, to Miss Wakefield in Com. Civics: "Wonder If the potato that grew that had the shape of a pig would be considered a research." Floyd: "No, that would be a freak." Miss Wakefield told the Domestic Seience class that dates were very fitting and concentrated.

On account of some of the girls disturbing the peace when they went for oil we are not allowed to talk out loud in Domestic Science class. We missed Rev. Draddlck's regular weekly visit to our chapel Wednesday morning. Some of the definitions given in The railroads are not getting their equipment unscrambled very fust. In a freight train of 20 loads recently there was not a sollairy I'nion Pacific car.

The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. John Bums Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 16th. THAT GOOD BREAD Houghton Bread for sale. Made by expert bakers.

None better. Twenty-one ounces of the best bread for 15c. We have plenty of Pure Apple Cider, especially good for mincemeat. BURNS, The Restaurant Man I have opened a General Repair Shop in the Pitzer Building. I am prepared to give you first class service Shoe, Harness and Furi-ture repairing a specialty.

Your patronage will be appreciated. N. E. GREGG Newly elected Odd Fellow officer-; of the Waldo lodge are: Noble Grand, J. It.

Carr lias been confined to his home this week from the effect of the bite of a dog which he received early last week. While in no way dangerous the doctor advised that he remain indoors. John Burns; Vice Grand. IS. B.

Farr. Mrs. C. B. Eberly returned Friday of last week to her home.

She had been nursing G. K. Storr, who died of cancer of the stomach. It is said that Frank Caprez's folks are not much in love with the western country. It is suggested that they may be buck in the spring.

It is hard to uproot people born and raised in Kansas and transplant them on other soil and they be satisfied. It works sometimes, but generally not. corn cribs at the TTnni. Ttm.lulmw tnnU the Slat and WlW The fact that Randall Beesley sold his farm to J. B.

Gordon before going to Arkansas escaped us last week when mention was made of Mr. and Mrs. B. going south. train late last' week enroute for San I Mack-Welling Lumber Co.

45tf .,..1 -i-it ui. Mr Mm It M. der were up The 'Lumber Co. unloaded a car of lump coal this week. The fourth number of the lecture course will occur Wednesday evening, Dec.

7th. uiego, unH smn, test were the following Salina and Oklahome en- ative.s in Cartilage is put between the verte the day. Toute Geo. Sherbon had the misfortune to get one of his fingers lacerated badly In a corn sheller one day this week. Articles for Christmas The local Rcbekah Lodge elected officers at their last regular meeting as follows: Noble Grand.

Mrs. Belle Burns; Vice Grand, Mis. Je-sle Tripp. THE WALDO HOTEL. The Waldo Hotel is under new management.

It has been repainted and repapered. Will be pleased to have a share of your patronage. The best of rooms and meals. Try this hotel under the new management. MRS.

A. G. COOK, Prop. WALDO, KANS. We have in stock so many things suitable for Christmas that it is impossible to list all of them.

We have Owing to the condition of the roads Will Meeker was unable to get to Paradise Tuesday with his auto hearse. He called the horse drawn hearse from Natoma. Parisian Ivory Goods Manicure Sets brates in the spinal column so as to protect the spiual cord." and "Bones are long, strong and light because they do not contain anything heavy." Miss Klockow: "What is the difference between an anecdote and an antidote?" Florence: "I'm not sure but I think an antidoto is something funny." Most of the pupils ate their Thanksgiving dinner at home and enjoyed their vacation there. Mr. Smith went to Kmporla.

Miss Wakefield went to LaCrosse. and Miss Klockow remained in Waldo. On account of the snow -storm. Monday, a number of the pupils didn't get to school. Fat has decided that the census was taken for more than one purpose.

The Soph. English class has finished the study of "Westminister Abbey." John Stielow is getting very pop ular among a few of the Sophomore and Freshmen girls. Miss Wakefield informed some or the students that she must go home this Friday night, and after that it wouldn't make much difference. Tha' is all right. Miss Wakerleld.

we know that furloughs don't last long. Wednesday seemed to be test day in Physiology, Physics and Junior Knglish classes. All enjoyed the unexpected ones. Pare Hendrixsin is now pone; to Many art icles of Jewelry Clocks Eastman Kodaks Boxed Stationery Pipes The Rebekahs would like to have a good attendance at their next regular meeting Wednesday evening. Dec.

16th. They want to formulate plans to have public installation and a supper. Vanity Sets Toilet Sets Perfumes Cigars, 25 in box A fine line of Parker, Boxed Candy Moore, Evans and It is said that a pocket of oil was struck in the Delhi oil well at a depth of about feet. With the Delhi well east of us and the well in the Paradise country west of us we shmild soon know whether there are any prospects for oil hereabouts. A BIG REDUCTION ON TIRES If you don't, take advantage of the big discount we are making on Tires, you will miss some bargains.

We are cut ting prices to pieces. Act quick. Waterman Founntain Pens. Thermos Bottles, one pint to a gallon in size. A big line of Dolls and a thousand and one articles.

THE MITCHELL PHARMACY school in Plainville. Her folks have THE NORTH SIDE GARAGE. The first snow of any consequence fell early in the week. Two-thirds of an inch of moisture fell. The roads ure muddy and impassable for loads.

The boys on the routes were unable to get very far Tuesday, but they have made it around every The condition of the roads has shut off the marketing of wheat locally. The weather did not get cold during the storm, which was very fortunate. moved to the country and she staying with relatives In Plainville. Miller McEwen, Proprietors 2ft $222' 2 A No. 8 Bowsher 50 bu.

Feed Mill at less than present wholesale cost. The Waldo implement Co. 44tf tltt M.tttttf The Warner family moved into the house on A. G. Elder's lots Owing to the weather and rond Oh, You Santa Claus Lloyd Thomas has not been holding' meetings this week.

This jj M. K. Gregg is over from Hays. He will put in a shoe repair shop if lie can find a location. Mrs.

Gregg docs not expect come until spring. We Have the Xmas Goods. Nearly Anything You Want. And You Mrs. Johanna Rmits of Codcll and A.

M. Ooffman of Sylvan Grove were: I married at Plainville Nov. 24th. They: 'will make their homo at Hunter, Ks. Pocketbooks Neckties Hosiery for Women Hosiery for Children Children's Books Fancy Dishes Dolls for Girls Toys for Children Purses Hosiery for Men Latest Books of Fiction Babies' Plates and Mugs Mr.

and Mrs. M. S. Ludlow re- turned Sunday evening from a two weeks' visit in Indiana. Mr.

Ludlow had not been back for 38 years. He; found many changes, both among the people and country In general. Handkerchiefs for Men Handkerchiefs for Ladies Handkerchiefs for Children In fact, hundreds of articles for Xmas. Come in and see. Prices right.

There exists a feeling of friendly interest; an earnest desire to help in every constructive movement that will assure your happiness and prosperity. In. short, with the whole-hearted support and confidence of our customers, we aim to make the Waldo State Bank an institution of real and lasting good in the upbuilding of this city and community. Waldo State Bank Waldo, Kansas Sam Elder says that in that por-jtion of Pennsylvania which he visited all the business interests are controlled by the Jews. They own the railroads, the coal mines, the coke ovens and the mercantile enterprises.

Waldo Mercantile Co. A large number of farmers turned out In Valley last Friday evening in response to a wheat growers' organization. Osborne county is taking hold of the proposition, but nothing Is being done In ltussell county so far as can be learned. The Idea appears to prevail that little can he done to stabilize the price for this crop but much can be accomplished on next year's crop. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.

Motor Funeral Car. Calls answered anj where in this section day or night. We furnish a lady assistant when desired. Phone No. 3403.

WM. MEEKER. Funeral Director and Embalmcr..

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