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Aurora Searchlight from Aurora, Kansas • 4

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THE AURORA SEARUHLIGHT AURORA SEARCHLIGHT F. P. Aslin and O. I. Begnoche and Publishers.

Sabscription Rates. 50 cent per year. Issued bi- weekly on Thursday. Centred as second-class matter July let. 1920 at the post office at Aurora, Kansas, Under the act of Mar.

3, 9879 Saula re TIME TABLE East bound passanger 8.45 A. M. West bound passanger 11.25 A. M. East bound freight 9.55 A.

M. West bound freight 11.59 A. M. If you want both SERVICE and QUALITY call W. E.

DESILET Phone 2 on 13 LUBRICATING TRANSMISSION OILS TRACTOR GREASES AXLE HARVESTER CUP STEAM CYLINDER SWEEPING COMPOUND Two trucks at your service for quick delivery. We guarantee our gasoline to give satisfaction. THE LESH OIL CO. AURORA, KANSAS. C.

C. Gunter D. Physician and Surgeon. Calls attended promptly day or night. Office over Demar's hdw.

Phones Office Residence 11---36 Aurara, Kansas. Dr. J. S. Whelan Dentist In Aurora on Monday and Thursday of every week.

Office over Demar's hdw. Aurora, Kansas. TIRES ACCESSORIES You may never need them but once But wher. you do, you'll be glad of your foresight in taking Firestone with you. Blow-out patches, Hold-fast patches, Stock hook on boots, cementless tube patches, case cut, mica, dry patching cement, they are the recognized line of big help in little trouble.

We have them for you. Gennette Bros. AUTOMOBILE HOSPITAL Gardner and Theo. Leofler had to much pep while pitching garin into Vignery's threshing machine, the belt come off and caused a break down which resulted in a few idle days for the boys. St.

Cys of Concordia was here on business. We have in this town the following The gentle, gentile, genteel, gentry, genius and the generous. The Car Problem is "Gas" HOW CHALMERS SOLVES IT is steadily going miles an hour the "gas cloud" is GA down in grade. Motor rushed through Ram's horn and car engineers are much the results are marked: concerned. Some have found a Quick starting remedy by accepting the Chal Power mers principle of Hot Spot and Smooth action Ram's horn.

this principle has supplied Spark plugs seldom foul For the answer to the problem of Absence of engine troubles "gas." such as burned bearings and Hot Spot transforms the raw, scored cylinders. inferior "gas" into a fine fuel, sim- The sum of results from Hut ply by "breaking up" the particles Spot and Ram's horn looms large into a "cloud." in your mind once you become Rain's horn, minus abrupt a Chalmers owner sharp corners, short in length and and you, too, will ingeniously designed, makes the say Chalmers is distance "gas" travels from Hot one of the few Spot to each cylinder equal. great cars of the At a velocity estimated at 100 world. Quality First SOLD BY LANQUE PERRET REAL ESTATE I have 20 taacks of land to eel', ranging in prices from $6,000 to $24,000 per quarter section. All in Cloud and Clay Counties Some tracks on easy terms.

Henry Demars Aurora Ks. Winfield Scott Frazer was born in Amizona, Mo, 13th. 1849 and departed this life Aug. 23, 1920. Aged 70 years 9 mtnths and 10 days.

In 1861 he came with his parents to Columbus Kas. where in 1870 he was united in marriage to Miss Christina Dubach. They moved west to Kans. and took a claim near Suloher Spring where he resided until 1910 when he he moved to Aurora where he has since lived. Three children were born to this union: Winfield Fraser, of Miltonvale Mrs.

Kitty McRae and Miss Emma Frazer of Aurora. He also, leaves a sister Mrs. Sarae J. Silvers of Wichita Kansas, sis grand chilbren and a host of friends and relatrves who mourn their loss. The deceased was a great lover of all of Gods handiwork, nature in all its form and moods, the outdoor life, the birds, the flowers the trees hae many charms for him.

OBITUARY Funeral services were conducted by Rev. F. C. Hill from the Sulpuu Spring church- his body rests outside iti gates ie the city of marblesqand evergreenhis memory is trasured in hearts loyal and loving. His spirit is with the God whose very heart is Love CARD OF THANK We wish to express our isncere thanks for the love and kindness of our many friends expressed at the death of our beloved husband and father, for the assistance rendered, and the beautiful floral offerings.

Mrs. Christina Fraser Mr. Winfield Frazer Mrs. Kattie McRae Miss Emma Frazer Mr. Winfield Frasze was a pioneer in the earley Kansas days A man with a big heart- virile- manly ane darling.

He, his frienh Andy Ming and Mr. S. Silvers had homesteaded and were batchihg when out on expeditions. It seemed to be Mr. Fraser's duty to keep the larder stocked with meat.

Being unusually active and brave, he shot a buffalo, 'which reaaed and charging under his pony unseated him. He was a good shot and Mr. Buffalo fell dead. The indiana were very troublesome committing depredations of all kinds. Mr Frrzer helped to guard.

at white Rock whepe the neighbors had gathered for mutual protection. He advised them to scatter so they could not all be taken by the indians he was used to their warfare. He saw much of the Indians, but being venturesome by nature never feared them. At one time near Beloit he and his companions escaped a band of Indians who were so ipterested in shooting spenrs into a buffalo they did not discoeer the presence of the white man. He was a man of courage who did his part in the home and community.

Dr. Gunter's mother and sister of Oakhill returned home Sunday after spending several days here. Dr. Gunten operated on his sister's youngster of Oakhill fof tonsils and adenoids. Ed.

Spargur is grading the Co. roads north of town. Ed. certainly has the idea of good roads and is working them accordingly. A number of friend gathered for an ice cream social at Mr.

Mrs. Tom Betters Wedensday evening. Betters Wedensday evening. The Concorbia Creamery Co. Our failities and ability to serve you is equaled by no other creamery.

The steady growth. of this station in the past eight years of my management is proof of the well pleased customers. A trial can of milk or cream will make you one of our regular customers. GEO. J.

GAGNON Station Operator. A. E. Thompson, A. W.

Fiffe. THE HOME CRAIN COMPANY. GRAIN, COAL, FEED, and LIVESTOCK. 66 SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO. AURORA GRAIN COAL "Co.

Grain, Coal Feed A. B. Wright Mgr. General Blacksmithing Auto Repairing All business done on cash basis. First Class Work.

Joe Bechard ADS will do it DO Increase your BUSINESS and give you PEP. Bob Parry who was operated on sometime ago is getting along nicely. or 9 Mose Demars went to Topeka Wednesday on business..

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286
Years Available:
1920-1922