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The Tampa Star from Tampa, Kansas • 1

The Tampa Stari
Tampa, Kansas
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1 1 i' hi i ii t.i.n.nni.. ,) -j. I. -f v-Jk i 7 nn I fU NUMBER FOUR TAMPA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16,1912 VOLUME ONE IIORDEIS DIS DAUGDTEl Mrs. Mary Baxter is on the sick list.

Mrs. Younge is suffering with CITY COUNCIL KEETS The city council held an adjourned meeting Monday night All members were present. The following board and committees were appointed: KOTES Mrs. D. 0.

Harrison, Mae Gundlach, Dorothy Lemen, Geo. Wingate and Hermus Hackler were high school, visitors last the rheumatism. in Mr. Torrensof Topeka was town on business, Thursday. Board of Health: Dr.

James Some of the girls are expert Welch, M. J. Rhodes.D. H. Pugh.

in the manufacture of rag dolls; Gertrude Hackler is visiting Mabel Sowers near Cedar Point! Street and alley committee: P. H- Meehan, Ed Anderson, J. 6. Hackler. Building committee; 'knew that gold came in Ben Mc Millin spent the latter part of the week Wichita.

Geo. Snively, who lives near Hope, was in Tampa Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D.D.

Socolofsky, Herbert, and Harold visited D.L Masts atGalva, Sunday. Miss Beulah Lee of Bethany College, Iindsborg visited Pearl Hackler Who' Puh, Ed Anderson, P. H. Mee han. Lincolnville Alan Takes Life of His Son's Wife.

Special to the Star Mrs. Rosy Kapaum, a brideof three months was choked to death in her home near Lincolnville Friday. 4 Her husband had gone to work and did not expect to return home until dark. About five o'clock he decided not to work as late as was his custom and returned home. He was hungry arid sat down at the table in the kitchen which had been laid for two and ate his supper.

After supper he wondered why his wife did not appear. He called to her but did not get an answer, and then went put to the barn to see if the hoses were there, thinking per? haps shsr had gone to some of the Baseball Thursday, Tampa vs. Elmo Ordinance committee: Meehan, Ed Anderson, M. J. 'You were )U i 1 in this Rhodes.

Sidewalks were ordered in 1 front of the hotel property, also world for a purpose, and given from Thursday to Monday. a corner to tend. Daily you j. i'n sow the seeds of good or evil Hutchinson may land a distiUery either in your garden or fa it wiB other's. Thedeedsof kindness; at Pugh property, also the Ed Welch property, also the side of the Ed love and gentleness are the! "r' beautiful flowers you plant, the udkind 'words and Acts, the -Mrs.

M. J. Rhodes and; Miss Hazel Boothe returned home Assmann Crosswalks are to be built south side of Thirds street, aiid 1 So do not allow, th; gniiay eveninK after a week's neighbors, but the horses were all wi.f. T. scatter their seed i rw wuhifo i south Wecvfprthxtrss they may jo search in earnest He another and choke the flowers re of love and virtue that grow A therein." A Sophomore.

The first issue of the Tampa Star made its appearance last week, and the Record acknowledges the receipt of a copy. The editor is Koert H. Bergen. Tampa is a hustling little place and if the business men will support a paper loyally it Kiser Hackler shipped vo cars of hogs rom Tampa and a car from Durham Tuesday morning. Mr.

Kifer went in advance of them Tuesday noon on special business. Mrs. Martin Gundlach, Mrs. Mildred Hackler, Mrs. D.

Harrison, Miss Edna Pugh, Miss Salome Soco- Mr. and Mrs. fyul Asmsmt were in Herington Thursday. vf Cbas. Neal from near Ho 0 hauled hogs to Tampa Monday, Mrs.

Ed. Anderson and Miss Sarah ought to thrive. The first issue of Hoefer attended the Sunday Schof 1 lofsky, and Andrew Shultz attended went up stairs and found that the box which he kept his amunittenki had been broken open. There was a hachet by the box which would indicate that he had used it to break the Finally he went in the parlor and found her on the floor covered over with rugs. There were finger prints and bruises on the throat and other bruises which makes it appear that she had died while resisting an attack.

Ignac Kapaum, 60 years old, the father-in-law, was arrested and is now in jail at Marion. He was arrested at the home of Joseph Losket, four miles from his son's residence, by the sheriff. Kapaun was taken to the scene of the crime and at first appeared not to notice it He was asked by Mr. Williams the county attorney if he recognized the dead woman. He said he did the Star is exceedingly creditable.

Marion Record. should not be to a man's dis the funeral of Mrs. Frank Sowers at Marion, Thursday. convention at Hutchinson from Wednesday to Friday. credit to take a look at every storm cloud that comes up these days," remarked Leslie Gilchrist, deputy clerk of the district court, the other day as he left his desk to take a peep at the storm that was brewing.

"Tornadoes are not very State and immediately went into- hys terics. Sank After being confined in the jail, he attempted to commit OF TAMPA, KANSAS suicide beating, his head against Capital and Surplus $21,000.00 Your Deposits Protected by the State Guarantee Fund Youf Patronage Solicited welcome visitors, you know." Wichita Eagle. George Fmnup, a widea-wake agent out at CityYts this in his advertisement "Thinking with his brains rather than with his lungs has made he Kansan always the hardest man to boss, and least responsive to the party lash. As against his convictions he cares less for political or creed regularity than any other man on earth. Having reached a conclusion on a given issue he acts or votes accordingly, regardless of consent or advice from any neighbor or nation.

If later convinced he is in error he ran reverse himself instanter, with, out blinking and without apology." Abilene Reflector. the bars of the window, but was prevented from doing so by the other prisoners calling for help. The preliminary is to be held May 15th at Marion. The prisoner has secured W. H.

Carpenter to defend him in his trial May 15, 1912 The Defendant Ignac Kapaun was arraigned before F. Keller U- at 9 o'clock this morning arid his preliminary hearing was set for June 10, 1912 at 9 A.M. OFFICERS J. RHODES, President THORNTON COOKE. Vice President H.

MEEHAN, Cashier.

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