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The Tampa Star from Tampa, Kansas • 10

The Tampa Stari
Tampa, Kansas
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COLFAX Crowded out lust week We had a fine rain one nignt last week. J. Meir returned last Thursday from a two month's visit in Calif A. Updike was a Marion visitor Friday. Fred Haas, Christ Wieble and boys were fishing at Marion this week.

J. K. Warren had a mule colt go astray last spring some time in February. He learned of its whereabouts by J. E.

Wire and found it four miles northwest of Roxbury, about twenty-three miles from home. He brought it home last Saturday. He had heard nothing of it since it left. ornia. C.

Friedly, who had been taking Bible instruction for some time was confirmed at the Lutheran church Sunday. A large crowd attended. Mrs. P. Gutsch is visitng near ALVIN A fine rain fell here Saturday.

It makes the farmers smile. Mrs. Vera Carney went to Linds-borg Thursday. She helped her sister can cherries while out there. Irvin Decker left Friday morning for Oklahoma.

Lydia Weiss is spending a few weeks with home folks. Orphia Ratzloff of Oklahoma is Lincolnville. Mr. and Mrs. Brickeye of Woodbine took dinner with Mrs.

Wurth-now Sunday. Mr. Boeneke aad Mr. Stillhora of Lincolnville also Rev. Danitchekand family spent Sunday evening at Rev.

Stemmerman's. Mrs. Hamm and daughter Emelia of Lost Springs were visiting in this neighborhood last week. Mr. and Mrs.

G. Backhus were in Hope Monday. 4 Mrs. Reik spent Friday with her mother, Mrs Ohm near Ramona who has been very poorly for some time. Special 30 day offer to Star readers Here is a chance for every housewife who reads the Tampa Star to secure absolutely free one-fourth dozen Alaska Silver Teaspoons.

These spoons are made to retail at $1.50 for a half dozen, are of Alaska Silver, which means that they are not merely a plated affair, but will wear as long as the spoon lasts. They are guaranteed. BEAD, SHELL and FLAIR You have your choice of these options, while they last These spoons can be seen at the Rumold Merc. Co. or at the office of the Tampa Star.

You don't have to take a chance at securing a flimsy affair that you are ashamed to give house room. Here Is The Offer For the next 30 days, or as long as the supply lasts, we will give one-fourth dozen Alaska Silver teaspoons free to all who send i i $1.50 to pay for a two year subscription to the Tampa Star. Or To any person who will send in two one year subscriptions at our regular rate of $1 .00 per year. Row Is The Time Act before the spoons are all gone. These spoons are a good value.

If you won't take our word stop at the Rumold Merc. Co. some time and ask them. here visit ng her sister Mrs. T.

H. Unruh. The Alvin daily visitor Fred Sie- bert failed to come Thursday. Won der why? C. Lange was in Tampa Monday.

A. Weiss has purchased the Motor truck from the Klaassen Milling Co. at Hillsboro. Fet i Koehn made a flying trip to Greeasburg Tuesday returning the1 same day. I THE TIMPASTAB Edith, Ruth, and Pete, Butler' were in Alvin Monday.

Joe Corkill is the champion checker player of Alvin. We have had a very heavy rain for several days. Mrs. P. Gutsch returned from Lincolnville Thursday evening where she had been visiting for a few days.

Mrs. G. Backhus was in Ramona Tuesday. S. L.

Hiebert of Hillsboro spent Monday with Rev. Stemmerman's. Mrs. Cronk and Mr. and Mrs.

Maxey who have beenvisiting at C. Neal's left for their home in Utah last week. Mr. Saale took a load of alfalfa to Tampa Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.

Harry Hackler was a Tampa visitor one day last week. Word has been received from Carl Moennich who left for Germany some time ago that he arrived there safely after a very enjoyable journey. ff BOeadlqiiaapiiBFS (for Header Forks Fork Handles Scythes Swaths EU.iHAH Everything is lovely since the rain. Weather is perfect and people are smiling. W.

D. Armstrong, Geo. Thomp EXTRA. SPECIAL For a limited time we shall offer our entire stock of 50c work and dress shirts at Oil Stoves Copper Rivets Tubular Rivets Cooking Utensils Water Pails Water Bags Water Kegs Machine Oils Hard Oil Axle Grease Oil Cans Bolts Wrenches Bundle Forks -Si) Also Jour stock of Howard Dollar Overalls at each son, Peter Ralzlaff, John Frick and several jothers attended the Santa Fe Trail and good roads convention in Marion Friday. Things look favorable for a good road across the north end of the county.

We need it. Fred Eggleston lost a fine cow Saturday from eating green alfalfa. Our garage is being put in pretty good work-man shape and will soon be ready for the roof. Ada Plunket was visiting friends in Durham ani vicinity TOE MOD ME rMWo (GOD,.

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