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Coldwater, Kansas
November 3, 1939     The Western Star
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November 3, 1939

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postofflce at under the Act RATES pa~ble in advan~. m ~ ~ true ~t a fool and his money are s~ parted, then a lot of us are suffering nowadays from mental deficiency. Some one has reported that it is said there is a rumor that one man] heard that it rained at Cslldv~ll,1 Kans. on Thursday of last week. / The best story of the year wei heard is from a towering Coldwater barber. He says that the And ]beemes a Dorut~ Dlx. A fond father, primarily for his own amusement, and with a bit of yearning in his heart, recently pen- ned the following letter to a daugh- ter who is away at school: "Dear Miniature Model of Mother: It has been many e moon since I have written you a monotonous monosyllabic- n~ssage or let my moronic mind meander through such a meaningless maze of mental A ~LPING HAND FOR ALL One thing among a million or others we have discovered quituating from the V[lk High School a quarter of a [ego, is that when you make a take in a newspaper there is way of covering it up. You throw dirt on iL and bury it, and is seldom you can laugh it off pass it back to some other ,That's why so many country go fishing as soon as the paper off the press. They want to be when the readers come in to them. Of course there are a brave editors like the one in has not registered with the I t an identification card l~ case he should be the victim] fffic tceident. thinks of his neighbors across borders--of those to .~ north as though they were a State llne, rather than as those to the south since they speak different from his, and .~ knowledge that there are difference between and theirs, but of with an expectancy of war. in the fashion children are with him in his removed to a place if young, nor, if to serve the sacrifice of limb or life. his troubles, but all others are ' the imminence and sudden death. to preserve with its priceless man. rWatsonville, Calif., where they are now living, and it was found that he had suffered a ruptUred appendix. He was getting along very nicely at the time the word was sen4:. Billy and his family moved from here to Celifornia last spring. Save on stovepipe supplies at the Gamble Store. 15-2t. I II __1 (1.A SSIFIED ADS For Rent. FOR RENT.--Typewriters for school practice, by the week or month. Special sale price on a new Corona typewriter. The Western Star. FOR RENT.~After November 6, the eest room of the new Kurz building. Mrs. Jacob Kurz, Cold- water. 10At. For Sale. FOR SALE.~Used gas radiant circulator. Gamble Store. 13-2t. FOR SALE.~ 5 gallon auernsey cow. fresh in February. York See "R. F. Thomas, Protection. 13-tf. FOR SALE--Table lql be back in a flash, with more cash. "Alliterat:vely yours, and w~th m-m-motions of love DAD." o-o. Walter MarLs left Wednesday evening for Marquette, Kans, where he visited his daughter and met Mrs. Marls who had spent the past month traveling in the east. They returned to Pratt on Thurs- day for a district bankers" meeting there and planned to come on home Thursday nlght,--Protection Post. An Atchison men is so accustom- ed to stalling off bill collectors, the Globe reports;that last Sunday in church, when an usher passed the collection plate in front of him he said: 'Tll attend to that on the fif- teenth.~' If the store keeper who doesn't think advertising pays, would show the mail order concerns and chain stores how to. succeed without ad- vertising, he could draw e big salary.~McCune Herald. IFlrst published in the Western ~tar on Friday, November 3, 1939.) NOTICE OF HEARING Probate Court of Cc~ 48 lb. bags Gold Dollars $1.25 FISH, Fresh Frozen, pound 1oc Lard White Rose Pound Carton 10c [ BACON, IktraLcau Half or Whole Slab lb. 19c CRACKERS Two Pound Boxes 15c i u, , PICNIC HAMS Tenderized lb. 15c Potatoes No. 1 Red McClure peck 25c COOKIES Good Quality lb. 10c e Pekoe Tea