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The Shawnee County Mirror from North Topeka, Kansas • 1

The Shawnee County Mirror from North Topeka, Kansas • 1

North Topeka, Kansas
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Historical KANS Soc. TOPEKA THE SHAWNEE COUNTY MIRROR SUCCESSOR TO THE SILVER LAKE MIRROR VOLUME VIII, NUMBER 41 SILVER LAKE Mr. and Mrs Romick of Maple Hill visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bridgeford last Monday.

Charlie Ramer, Sherman Peevler, and Frank Colter have received their discharge and returned home during the past week. Mrs. Stonewall Bailey, who lived about ten miles north of Silver Lake, died at her home Sunday from pneumonia. Mr. Bailey and a son are both very ill with the same disease.

Mrs. Bailey was buried in the Walnut Hill cemetery Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey a short time ago bought Mr.

Hiram Mongold's farm and expected to move onto it in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. E. N.

Martin, Mrs. Irl Boyce and little son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pence of near Elmont. Miss Alta Joy went home from the bank Monday afternoon quite sick.

Mr. Moore of Delia will take her place in the bank until she is able to return. A number of the ladies of the community spent last Thursday with Mrs. Rosa Christman. The day was spent in quilting.

Mrs. Christman served a very sumptuous dinner at noon. Those present were Mrs. Colter, Mrs. Bridgeford, Mrs.

Widner, Mrs. Widner, Mrs. Mary Rice, Mrs. A. Dietrich, Mrs.

Doctor Dudley, Mrs. Tomson, Mrs. La Fromboise, Mrs. Kennett, and Mrs. Cutbirth.

Miss Vera Reinhardt visited with her mother and brother Sunday. Mrs. Fisher and Helen have been Frank sick with the flu. flu. There were no services at the The M.

E. church last Sunday, and there Society will probably be none next Sunday The on account of influenza in the com- home of munity. Mr. Mrs. David.

Williams died at her Ky. is home in Rossville last Saturday and E. was buried at Prairie Home cemetery Farland. Monday afternoon. Mrs.

at SILVER LAKE, lived near Silver Lake and had a host of friends and acquaintances here who extend their sympathy to the bereaved family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Palmer of Topeka are the parents of a baby daughter, to whom they have given the name of Hazeletta Mary. Mr.

John Reinhardt and Mr. Carl Mattmiller attended the Shriners' meeting in Leavenworth last week. Tazel Nash and Maud Folk of Topeka, former teachers at this place, were callers in town one day last week. Mrs. Kelly returned from Wichita the first of the week, but Ellen stayed a few days longer.

Mrs. S. Bailey died at her home 1 10 miles west of Hoyt on Sunday night. Mrs. Bailey died from influenza complications and was sick only a short time.

The entire Bailey family were flu victims at the same time, and since Mrs. Bailey's death the second son Edgar died on Tuesday morning. Mr. Bailey is in a very grave condition at the present. Funeral services of Mrs.

Bailey were held on Monday afternoon, and burial was made in the Walnut Grove cemetery. The Will Rickel family have been ill with the flu this week. R. E. their morning.

of the of Doctor Talbot and family returned to home in Havens, Tuesday Mr. Talbot was in charge drug store during the absence, Talbot while. in Fort Riley. Gritz has recovered from the Woman's Foreign Missionary was postponed indefinitely. meeting was to be held at the Mrs.

Fred Butt on Friday. Frank McFarland of Louisville visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. Hansbearry and his son Fred McHe is also visiting relaSoldier, Kansas. We buy everything JUNK Highest Prices Paid WASTE PAPER Rags, Metal, Iron, Rubber, Bones, Burlap Sacks Autos Bought, Parts Sold.

Bring 'em in, Phone or write WESTERN IRON AND METAL CO. Phone 1598 TOPEKA 216 Kansas. TIRES. ACCESSORIES. GASOLINE.

REPAIRING. J. A. BAINBRIDGE SON Kaw Valley Motor Co. Proprietors.

When in Trouble Call. PHONE 1652 911 N. Kan. Ave. Shellabarger Son UNDERTAKERS Parlors at 120-122 W.

5th St. Phone 373 Topeka, Kans. We give our personal attention to all calls. J. M.

SHELLABARGER F. M. SHELLABARGER Auto Deliveries When you need any deliveries call on me. All kinds of kinds of kinds of hauling to any place. Prices Right.

Phone 315 Terry Rt. 6, N. Hanford Topeka, Ken. KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. SOUTH HOYT-DIST 69 (Location 52-15, Road 89E.) Alice and Lettie Carlin: are recovering from the flu.

John Jensen and family spent Sunday with Ross Melton's of Hoyt. Forrest Schermerhorn spent the week end with John Foster's of Elmont. John Duncan of Nebraska City spent Friday between trains with H. P. Jensen.

Mary Bostwick spent Sunday afternoon with Garland Barney. Frank Brenneman, Ed. Richard, Ed Carlin, and James Howald attended the Bainbridge sale. Mildred Early of Hoyt spent Sunday evening with Alice and Lettie Carlin. Nate Marchell motored to Topeka Saturday on business.

Eli- Holt's children are sick with the flu. RAY SCHOOL-DIST 25 (Location Trail 48.) Slowly the influenza is closing in on us. All the districts around us have it, but as yet there are no cases in this district among the families who have children attending school. Florence Herde is sick with the influenza. The junior members of the Bennie Salts family, living north of the district, are all down with the flu.

Roy Erwin is moving oats this week from his farm up toward Birmingham. Sidney Cooney had the misfortune to break his arm Friday, caused by a fall from a horse. George Bohannon lost his driving horse last Monday night. We did not learn the cause of its death. B.

B. Erwin was a Hoyt visitor Monday afternoon. Mrs. Oswald Herde, who has been visiting the John Herde family, has departed for a visit with her people at Onaga. PAULINE DIST.

72. (Location, 71-8. Road 90E Mrs. Chas. Crews, who has been so kindly assisting in the homes where here were influenza patients, has returned to her home in Topeka.

Miss Ruby Nudson and Mrs. Phil Oiler called on Miss Lena Schmal last Sunday afternoon. Mr. John Whitlow has recovered from a flu attack. Mrs.

H. Bernard is caring for her laughter, Mrs. Ed Seitz during her Ilness caused by influenza. Mr. Gus Johnson left for Iowa last Quesday to be under the doctor's care.

le was accompanied by his daughter, vith whom he will make his home while there. Mr. Russell Powers, who has been 11 for a week with the influenza, was taken to the St. Francis Rospital Sunday. Mrs.

Lewis and Mrs. Green were shopping in Topeka Friday. Mr. Ed Seitz is still at the Santa Fe Hospital at this writing. Those on the flu list since last week are: Mr.

Boles, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Chas. Paul and daughter Alvina and Pauline, William Sumey, Mrs. Bradford Whitmore and son, and Miss Ida Paul.

CAPITOL VIEW-DIST 53 (Location, 82E-2. Trail 52.) The family of Albert Morris have been having a siege of the influenza the past week. Four of them were sick at one time, but they are all better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs.

A. G. Bone spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese.

Clyde Uhl is better and able to be up and around the house since having the flu. Jake Stansifer is also better. Misses Effie and Lola Graham of Topeka are visiting with their sister, Mrs. Mulford. We were very sorry to hear of the death of Mrs.

S. W. Bailey Sunday evening. She has been sick with influenza, and later pneumonia, and every one hoped for her speedy recovery until her death Sunday. Mr.

Bailey and the two youngest boys are also very sick with Mr. 12, 1918 Bailey's father and mother are helpin them now. Charles Whalen delivered two loads of corn to Mr. Frese Saturday. Mr.

Strahan and Ed Guffey are still shucking corn. Edna and Clyde Oelke have had bad colds the past week, but no flu so far. Mrs. Orrel Purkey and Mrs. Strahan drove to Hoyt in a car Friday, and coming home the car stopped and refused to move another inch.

So they had to phone to Mr. Strahan to come and take them home in his Ford. The school has been closed until after Christmas on account of the influenza epidemic in the district. Little Gail Bone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

M. G. Bone, is also sick with the influenza. FOR SALE -Some household goods. Mary E.

Fowler. tf FOR TRADE -A two-story, stone building, brick front, on Kansas Avenue, in Topeka. Will trade for town property in a small country town. Address D. D.

521 Park street, Topeka. Become a member of our Pure Bred Stock Raisers Club or a member of the Clearing House Club, by taking advantage of one of our clubbing offers. There are many advantages. Always take your home SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YR. Service Flag Roll Silver Lake young men who have gone to the front to fight our battles.

Otis Scrimsher Louis Scrimsher Floyd Lafrombois Theo. Thomas Roy Lafrombois Roy Luthye Oscar Johnson Fred Reeder Frank Bridgeford Elmer Ramer James Maddox Harry Reeder Reuben McCoid Charley Ramer Sherman Peeler Frank. Luthye John Reicherter Warren Higby Clarence Gasswint Abe Mowers Roy Gasswint Everett Mitchell Carl Robinson Floyd Johnson Harley McCoid John Anderson Raymond Neiswender Ed Rino Lawrence Mitchell Ray Shidler Walter Plummer Roy Bellman Tom Whiteman Reed Colter Wayne Baker John Williams Allen Hansford Glen Ward Chester Ruby Vernon Frank Chas. French Frank Colter A. E.

Holcomb Tom Hayes Geo. McRoberts Adolphus Thomas Willard Mattmiller HOYT FOR SALE Cabbage. Immediately. Phone 125. B.

M. Hook. tf FOR SALE -A two-seated buggy cheap, well built, good cushions. The way new rigs are selling it is worth $50 but $30 will take it. Call 1017 N.

Topeka ave. Christinas Do It Now! Prepare for the CHRISTMAS Holiday Season Get a good gun and some ammunition ALUMINUM WARE and CUTLERY GOODS A good Stove of a Standard Make J. THOMAS LUMBER GO. J. H.

WERNER, Local Mgr. Silver Lake, Kansas.

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