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SIX AM SIX PROPO SE FAVORED Committee of Twenty Will Work Up Plans For High School When you feel depressed nine times out of ten it is the result of a stomach disorder. When the stomach is relieved the depressed feeling goes. RHEUDISTO does more than give temporary relief, it corrects the causes of rheu matism, diabetes, bad blood and kidney disorders. If you are interested we can give you the names of scores of people in Chanute who are willing to tell you that Rheudisto has done wonders for them. The Rheudisto Co. Chanute, Kansas Phone 426 V SANTA FE TIME CARD SOUTH-BOUND Arrives 203 From Chicago, KansasCity and Leavenworth, Daily 3:20 A. to 201 From Chicago, Kansas City, Topeka, Etc., Daily 1:35 P. M 207 FromColorado, Topeka, KansasCity, Etc., Daily (Ex. Sunday) 926 P. Id NORTH-BOUND. 208 204 202 242 248 268 20 202 207 203 201 241 247 550 A. 1:30 A. From Coffeyville, Cherryvale, Thayer, Daily, (Ex. Sunday)... 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KATY TIME CARD SOUTH BOUND No. 25 For Parsons from Kansas City and Iola 6:55 a. m Na 71 For Parsons, SU Louis and Texas, dally 1 33 p. m, NORTH BOUND No. 24-For Kansas City, Iola, Emporia, and Junction City, daily U:59 a a A conferenr e of the high school propojiiK n was.hcld Monday night I at the high school building. Dr. W. E Roy ft r, President of the Board of E iucation presided at the meeting whci was attended by members of ihe board, the com mittee appointed by R. C. Andeison Piesirlent of ihe Retailers Assucu tion an .1 by a number of citizens interested in a high school. By tacit consent the discussion of the proposition was held prac tically to plans for the six and s x idea of high school. One step de cided on at this meeting was that a committee of twenty, ten from each side of town should be chosen to get together on a proposition which they could submit to a vote of the people. It was understood that the School Board would appoint the ten from the west side and the ap pointment of the other ten would be left in the hands of J. J. Hurt The present school buildings are ample to take care of the students of the first, second, third, fourth and fifth grades only. Otherwise it is necessary to use basements, annexes and any kind of buildings available for the purpose. By the "six and six proposition" the sixth grade would be divided according' to the indefinite plans now in-the air, half of them would go to the Junior School and half to the Seniot High School. AH of the seventh and eighth graders as well as the Freshmen would attend the Junioi and all of the Sophomores, Junior:, and Seniors would attend the Senior High School. It is now talked that about ont hundred and ' ten thousand dollart would be needed, of which ten thousand would have to be spent on a site for the west side building, which may be the Junior school and planned to cost about 55,000, while the remainder would be ipen on the Senior building. The com mittee of twenty which is yet to be appointed may, of course, ' not fol low the plans as they have been discussed, but they will offer at least, something which they think is equally good or better if they make a change. It appears to be a matter of general opinion that the divided proposition is about the only one that stands much show of success when tested by vote. The idea is not an old one but is one that is growing very fast and there seems to be very few objections offered against it. Free Ladies and Gents Watches. Rusrs. Hrucolets und Jewelry of Every Description, I.ace Curuunw, Rugs. House Furnishings. Ritle;, Mov nit Picture Machines. Skates I'milinn Presses. 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