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The Beverly Tribune from Beverly, Kansas • 1

Beverly, Kansas
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fit 1U Number 1919 Volume XI. Beverly, Lincoln County, Kansas, Thursday, October 16, Clothing fc'' Armenia America's Unique Publication On Sunday night as. Mr. and; A number of. the.

Iresit pictures eer shown in Keverly are being Notice, Company Hn. 'i Mrs. Kred Schaeer and Mr. and I Mrs. (Hint Greene Were, return ing from they met with tin is 'hereby called to meet at the township hall at o'clock old time, for the purpose of disorgan izing.

U. K. Skinner, C. run now at the Heverly Picture Show Sunday nights. The Manager signed up a contract with "The Select Pictures Corporation'' of Kansas City for a milliner of their best pictures, featnr-ingthree of their loading stars.

The pictures are especially picked farftSunday night programs and nothing that twill Jotfend in the least is being shown. 1 he American Committee, fori Ihe Youth's Companion prints Armenian and Syrian Relief is; week after week the best of ey in receipt of an, imperative ery thing, that is worth while and for worn and new clothing' for for every age. No other source this1 will tfve your family what The The eonuniUee has arranged'1. Companion furnishes, or so much for a boat to sail from New York' -for t.hetprice less than 5 cents a November 1.) to carry the cloth- week. ing collected for relief vork.j Companion creates an at-Those who wish to give clothing, mosphere of loyalty to the fam-or to collect clothing for thi ily and to the country, of prepay the charges and high It on 'the 'clothing to New York.

inspires, it suggests, but always ave New Depot neerly i to have a new depot within sixty days, if! plans carry accident which might havopmv! eel-serious but happilv resulted in injury to no one. As they ap proached a culvert over 'a deep ravine, they saw a ear coming towards them, Mr. Greene slow ed up. turned to his shle of the road and dimmed his lights, when about on the culvert he snw a. team ami' buggy on the same side of the road.

waiting for the approaching car to pass. There was not time enough to prevent collision but by throwing on tire brakes and turning his ear directly off the culvert into the ditch lie avoided- running Vver on. Two cars of material, hurt her, stone and cement'are already here and work is to begin by November Dave Sparks and wife and Bur deen Taylor and wife of Tescott plan to start overland 'today for California for the winter. Ralph Sparks is still in military service stationed at i entertains; It makes actual, normal life fascinating, and never panders to the trashy or worth less or worse. No family should miss the pleasure of reading the delight Make a pleasure out of your cooking.

All your receipts will come out just right when the range is th right kind, when it is a Great Majestic The oveii, rivet' tight, bakes right always hrojvns the baking perfectly, top, bottom and sides, without turning. Hot Water a-Plenty pin extension malleable waterfront has one third 'mora (leating surface thaii the o'rdihn ry water front and fi-mishes an abundance of hot water at all For Sale A. F. property, six room house, two f0 ft, lots. $1850.00 if sold within ten days.

There is only one Standard oil man, Arrnsburv at Tescott. Call 118 there for Standard gas or oil and he will come promptly. Before buying a new car come and let us demonstrate the Dort to, you. John K. Meili.

It is too expensive for the committee to pav the charges to New Yrork but the Ommittee will pay the charges from New York to the Near East. If you to give clothing send it to The American Cetnmittoe for Armei niah and Syrian ilelief, One Hadison Ave. New Y'ork City, charges prepaid, to reach there in time' for shipment- qn the relief boat. in the bugsv. The "it.

i 7 the penpli urnnun VI, JUKI buggy was completely, de nolish ed yet the occupants weie not even scratched and the horses Mrs. J. 0. Street and children returned this morning from a visit with her folks at Culver. not hurt.

The ear1 receivod. a bent fender a puncture 1 radiator I times in the copper reservoir. nrts, and others, to be published during the next year. If you sribecrilx? at once you will receive ail the etras mentioned in the following" offer: New subscribers for 1920 will The Youth 's Com pan ion 52 Easy to Keep Clean and a broken exhaust 'A1U! were thankful it was no worse. Real Estate Transfers G.

E. Ancelfto Sallie E. Win. chell, lots 1 2, blk. 32, Beverly, $1000.00 F.

E. Vawter to E. E. Kerno-ban Ei SEi 10-13 6, Albert Plineky to Erneet Plin-sky, et al, Ni SWi WiNWi The high school football team won a nice, clean victory over Ada on the 3d, in a hard fought game. But they again met de issues in 1020.

2. All remaining weekly 1919 is sues. 3. The Companion Home Oalen All nickled parts a-'-1 smooth as glaR8, no square comers to cc I lact dirt and greas- In fac the new design is the ot eau tiful, symmetrical and easy. to.

keyep clean range ever tured. The Range With 'a deputation FrittsHdwe. Co. We HandfRevere Tires team on'the darfor)fl20. the above for feat by the Tescott 32-J3-6, $10.00 Albert Plineky to Ernest Plin- Bky et al.

SWi 29-13 6, $7000.00 i Richard Medcraft to Emily A. 10 on tho home grounds. Tea cott has a heavier team. and. a bunch of real players.

Onr boys did exceptionally well and the game was undecided until tin last quarter when Tescott made a touch down and goal The peverly team is' snappy and 'anx ious and well worth rooting for. $2.50. 4i McCall's Magazine for 1920, -the monthly fashion' auth ority. Both publications for on 1 THE YOUTHS COMPANION. Commonwealth Ave.

tt. Paul St Boston; MaR8. A 1 Ne subKcriptions received at this oitice. i Medcrafti 'et al. Und.

1-5 interest ia-NJSWi 912-7, $1200.00 Residence For Sale. An reasonable offer considered. CARL JUDGE Oscar V. Stewart to Olias. Heller, sec.

22-10-10, $25,600.00 See us for your Windmills, Pumps, Cylinders and Repairs Greene Son Phone 73 Alfred E. Skinner to Myrtle SkinaerrSEi 1)4-12 6, $8000.00 Myrtle B. Skinner to A. Elmo Skinner, N10 ac. Ei SWi 21-12-6.

$1.00 Oscar V. Stewart to Hans J. Paulson, W.flW4 10-10 10 $4600. Abraham Hobs, et al, to Chas. Hoss, SEi 34-13-6, $10,000.

Ella V. Mclieynolds to Fred Vawter, NEi 7-13 $6400. Fred Donbarger to Westfall State Bank, Lots C-7-8-9 blk. 6, Westfall," $60. Geo.

Taylor to Job. H. Stuive, Lot 8, Blk 4. Sylvan Grove, $700. Saving is always an interesting message.

This ad. you have seen in the leading magazines tells how it can be done in buying Clothes. --but wait until I show Uev. S. E.

Betts, lecturer at Beverly, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, 26, 27, 28. Mr. Ben L. Yohe is putting the Shady Bend mill to the front. It's reputation is extending and night and day shifts have been necessary to.

keep up with car lot orders. Mr. Yohe is a real miller and is putting all his knowledge and experience into the business and is making it go. Mr. Yohe is justly proud of the reputation his flour ha gained abroad and wants the local peo 7" car vhonly.

It! oven com-rrlps! Plus ooth body, els as glossy you that Clothcraft I mil Zmmr'itT i r. guarantee of WEAR. it The Gixcrcntfd Motor Car Finish pie all to try it, compare it with the boasted flours of other mills, try it fairly, and he will agree to mm i ni the result. All Beverly stores now handle it and in fairness to yo'ir v-i r.t a local enterprise that is worthy, try a sack and if you like it tell AS the sewing is done ons a Clothcraft suit or overcoat there is a little knife that runs alongside the needle and does the trimming that used to be done by hand. This little knife saves a few cents in the cnxt of making the garment Add to this saving the score of others effected by scientific meth ods of making Clothcraft Clothes and you can begin to appreciate why, when you buy Clothcraft, you get such full value.

And you will aNo realize why Clothcraft, Clothes can be sold at sooh'moderate prices and with a written guarantee. r3rm.r It dries so quickly I be ready to drive keeps your car indefinitely. ,7 will not affect 3 finish. Car Finuh In roam, blue, green, your neighbor. The lied Orqss have several calls in Lincoln county for cloth ing and shoes.

If you have any i y. men pra "we hare that alto. iMfr ins t'OV of the above, please leave at the City Hall, Lincoln, Thursday, Friday or Saturday. These gar ments are badly needed at once. You'll bs ta' ill Deroe Motor Ctt Finish.

by I' -Mest paint manufacturers if. Juaranteed to givf aadifactioii. E. E. (EnilOIIAIl CO.

dome to Beverly, the wide awake town and enjoy a good first class moving picture show each Saturday and Sunday nights. if ll F.OnTMrAITTOIil Come iu and (elect lor today. Beverly, Kansas: Stevenson, Hdwe. Company Shady Bend, Kansas: Shady Bend Lumber Co. 1 This is Uev.

Betts is a man of unnsusl ability and spotless record. All good people will speed his thrill ing message at this time. Bishop r.ib't AtBeurly, The CLOTHCRAFT Store nMriWr iQsvntlr I.

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