The following are the bids that were accepted.
J. E. Beck & Co., basement complete, $595.70.
Baer & Endicott, brick in walls, $2,108.
H. H. Hyatt, carpenter work, $1,100.
G. W. Lacey, lathing and plastering, $650.
George Hasel, cut stone, $413.
G. B. Shaw & Co., lumber, $2,125.
Ferguson & Thomas, painting, $340.
Howard Bros. Hardware, $90.
G. W. Miller, tinwork, $28.42.
Total (exclusive of nails): $7,450.12
Measures will be taken to condemn the site for the building in the second ward.
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1921
OVER EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS
Fund For the Relief of Colorado Flood Sufferers is Growing
Over eight hundred dollars has been subscribed up to date for the benefit fund for the Pueblo flood sufferers, according to an announcement made this afternoon by the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Part of these subscriptions have not as yet been paid. The total sum now is $852.50.
Those people who have subscribed toward the fund are urged again to turn in their payments at once as it is necessary that this fund be sent out soon. The Pueblo people are in need of the money now and it is urgent that the money be taken in at once.
Following is a total list of those who have subscribed toward the fund for the Pueblo victims.
$50.00 pledges-Kanotex Refining company; Home National bank.
$25.00 pledges-Hill Investment company; A. C. Milling company; Faulconer-Dale-Swarts.
$20.00 pledges-New Era Milling company.
$15.00 pledges-Dawson-Bishop Produce Co.; Oldroyd & Sons; Keefe, LeStourgeon Co.
$10.00 pledges-Comley Lumber company; Collinson Hardware company; Mrs. A. J. Hunt; Beard Foundry; Houston Lumber company; Dr. R. Claude Young; Kirkpatrick Furniture Co.; Badger Lumber Co.; Henneberry & Company; Boyer Hdw. Co.; W. N. Harris; A. C. Transfer Co.; A. C. Sand Co.; Dr. Chas. Dunning; Daily News.
$ 5.00 pledges-C. N. Hunt; Osage hotel; W. H. Nelson; O. O. Holt; James R. Hull; John Ames; Busy Bee; A. C. Paine and Paper Co.; Mrs. Virginia Hamilton; Dr. Milton Hahn; C. C. Lytal; Hall-Finney; Mrs. Johanna Henneberry; Houston-Hill; Sturtz Inv. Co.; Co-operative grocery; Reed Farrell; A. C. Bottling works; A. C. Business college; A. C. Floral Co.; A. C. Traveler; Huffman & Ward; Lee Biggs; Geo. L. Beard; H. D. Baylis; Hill-Howard; Bunnell Inv.
Co.; Saddle Rock cafe; Geo. S. Hartley; Dr. C. H. House; C. A. Bahruth; J. L. Brown; Mrs. Mary Curtis; E. G. Collins.
$ 2.00 pledgesCMrs. Mary Clarke; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin; W. E. Hall;
Chas. Herriford; H. W. Hendryx; E. C. Dye; W. T. Hamm; Mrs. Anna Ramsey; Mears Bros.; J. E. Cantrell; E. I. Leach; Russell Bros.; Mrs. J. O. Campbell; John Heffelfinger; Maude B. Harmon; Mrs. W. V. Reynolds; Mrs. Paul Way; Dr. H. J. Edwards; The Ideal grocery; J. W. Boyd.
$1.00 pledges-W. L. Martin; J. F. Maus; W. W. Rinehart; Guy Ecroyd; Duval Pharmacy; E. S. Dorrance; Mrs. Ida Buckley; Geo. M. Rooney; Mrs. J. P. Carlson; Mrs. W. G. Robson; Ms. W. V. Reynolds; Mrs. Paul Hartley; H. W. Earlougher; Miss Olive Ramage; Glenn Harrelson; Chas. Holmsten; W. L. Hopkins; John Probst; Sidle Coffee Co.; H. A. Clark; Mrs. H. H. Hill; H. B. Clapp.
Pledges on the Pueblo relief fund that are unpaid.
$25.00 pledges-Security National bank; Kininmonth Produce Co.
$10.00 pledges-A. C. Hide & Junk Co.; P. M. Clarke; J. C. Penney Co.; Drs. Day, McKay and Douglass; Wm. Cunningham.
$ 5.00 pledges-Hudson garage; Earl Baxter; E. L. McDowell; Geo. W. Saunders; Shea Furniture Co.; Devlin ready-to-wear; Economy Cash grocery; Anthony Carlton; Chicago store; Baer bakery; Ellis Billings; Palace Grocery; Newman Motor Co.; Davis Bros.; Domestic laundry; Fifth Avenue book store; Fifth Avenue hotel.
$ 3.00 pledges-J. T. Reeder; E. H. Clayton.
$ 2.50 pledges-J. R. Hayden.
$ 2.00 pledges-W. H. Hill; O. B. Seyster; R. R. Sawtell; Guy Curfman; Geo. B. Cornish; A. A. McAtee; Pete Hill; Fitch music store; C. N. Coleman.
$ 1.00 pledges-Chas. Shoup; Chester Harris; A. McAdams; G. G. Sawtell; Ray Seeley; Chas. Early; P. H. Richmond; Chas. Sills; Elston-McEwen Produce Co.; Dr. McCall; H. A. Schramm; Derry bakery; W. H. Rector.
Pledges, but no amount stated:
Doug Shaw; Service Motor shop; Scott & Son; Roseberry-MacAllister;
Shrisk-Dweelaard [FIRST NAME ALMOST INDECIPERABLE...NOT SURE SHRISK IS
CORRECT]; Frank Seal; Swartz Electric Co.; F. L. Richey.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921
ASHTON MAN LOCATES HERE
John Peters Buys Bendure Grocery Store on North A Street.
John Peters, for fifteen years a resident of the little town of Ashton,
in Sumner county, west of here, has located in Arkansas City and will in
the future make his home in the best city in Kansas. Mr. Peters was in the
city this morning looking for a suitable residence in which to reside here,
and he expects to bring his family here the first of the coming week. He
purchased the grocery store of A. L. Bendure, located at 426 North A Street, and he will take charge of the business there next Monday morning. Mr. Peters has been in the grocery business at Ashton for a number of years and he is not a stranger here, by any means. He will endeavor to keep up the already splendid reputation of this store and will carry a fine stock of goods all the time.
The Bendure store was formerly known as the Baer grocery and was owned by W. J. Baer, who first opened the store at that location.
[BAD CHECK: ROBERT WRIGHT, COLORED, SIGNED BY CLYDE SHAW.]
ARKANSAS CITY TRAVELER, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1922.
Robert Wright, colored, was arrested this morning on complaint of A. W. Baer, a groceryman in the north part of town, alleging the passing of a forged check. The check was written for $12.50 and was written on the Home National Bank of this city, made payable to Wright and signed by Clyde Shaw. The trial was set for the 6th of June in Justice Martin's court. Bond was fixed at $500 and the defendant was placed in the city jail pending the making of the bond. Wright was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Ed Pauley and taken into Justice Martin's court.
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