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The Evening Herald from Parsons, Kansas • 3

Parsons, Kansas
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MOHAWK TRIBES NO. 1 IMPROV Edwards Theatre ED ORDER OF RED MEN mo ts each Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. J. A. June, sachem; v.

c. Barry, chief of records. Publication Notice. (First Published in The F. wiling Iter- uld Feb.

18, 1904.) Lyda Rynn vs. H. Robson, notice of suit, Before S. B. Newton, a justice of tli' peace In and for the city of Parsons, ahelto county, Kansas.

The state ot Kansas, to thi above named defendant, H. Robson, you arc hereby notified that you have been sued by the above named plain tiff, before the above named justice of the to recover the sum of 16.20 on account for room rent and Postmaster Taft Blowing In His Salary. Postmaster Taft is making many Improvement! in the interior at the jfoitoflfoe, Tii begin with, nica rich green eurtana have been hung al the well windows. These are to prevent tiic politicians from peeking in to bother him, Around the money order department a new railing baa been built and convenient desks provided. The office looks quite city like.

A. H. T. A. No.

G2 meets every Fri OPERA HOUSE day evening in the City 11a: 1. visiting A. II. T. always cordially invited W.

Ii Cramer, president; J. ONE SOLID WEEK D. Peters, secretary; W. C. ftnanoall secretary.

PARSONS AERIE No. 411 FRA costs of suit. That the money due from the St. Louis San Francisco TERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES meet! every Thursday evening in Bagles hall A Ball The L. A.

to B. of R. T. T. will give a ball February 22nd at the P.

Hall. Railroad Company has been garni heed in said action; that the said cause shall be heard at the office of in Russell building at 8 o'clo sharp. J. M. Reynolds, president; W.

R. Troe-gle, financial secretary; L. M. Knauer, treasurer. Trustees, N.

P. Larson, Harry Baldridge and T. M. Brady. the said justice of the peace in said city of Parsons, on the 19th dav of Commencing MONDAY FEBRUARY 22.

NORTH BROTHERS COMEDIANS (Western) In Repertoire B. C. Head will treat you right Whan you buy goods of him at "The Rush." March A. 1904, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m.

of said day. LYDA RYAN. Attest: Plaintiff. S. B.

NEWTON, Justice of the Peace. Try Magruder's hot chilli. PIONEER LODGE NO 10, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, meets every Monday evening at Castle hall on Forrest avenue at 7:30. Visiting Knights are always welcome. J.

H. Atchley, chancellor commander; L. D. Wolcott. keeper of records and seal; trustees, P.

S. White, W. B. Summerville, J. Scott.

F. Carter, Manager READI READ! READ! Smith Medical Co. St Louis, Sept 15, 190. Gentlemen I write to tell ot the good results Magruaer's are well prepared to take care of the proper serving of refreshments at luncheons, dinners, receptions and banquets. All orders In trusted to us have our careful and personal attention.

Our motto. Pur est, richest, best. Mondny Night The beautiful 4-act Comedy Drama The Little Princess Kidney On The Fair List. Notice to all union men, J. A.

Kalians has signed agreements satisfactory to the unions of Parsous and has been placed on the fair list. W. B. Summerville, J. E.

Walser, Wm. Bee-ber, committee. In Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe. have received the following letter from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Angola, Ind.

"I was in bed four weeks with la grippe and tried many remedies with physicians, but received no relief until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar. Two small bottles of this medicine cured me and I now use It exclusively in my family." If you but knew the splendid merit of Foley's Honey and Tar you would never be without it A dose or two will prevent an attack of pneumonia or la grippe. It may save your life. W. C.

McKee, Opera House Block. Any gentleman purchasing a reserved seat I tioket for Monday night can admit lady free, first 4 night only. ADMISSION 15c, 25c, 35c. SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY I have had kidney trouble for ears, tried 8 doctors and several patent medicines, with no little relief until advised by Mr. C.

N. Herron to try your Kidney Cure and two bottles did more good than all other treatment. I think Smith's Sure Kidney Cure the best of all. It will do all and more DRESSMAKING. Mrs.

Jacobs is prepared to :1 dressmaking and invites the ladies to call at her house on 1922 Crawford avenue. 300tf than you claim for it It relieved me Children Poisoned. Many children are poisoned and made nervous and wealt, If not killed of indigestion or stomach trouble. am thankful. Yours very truly.

C. A. HARPER, J. P. Price 60 cents and 1.00.

For sale by all druggists. A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural, never failing remedy for a lazy liver. outright, by mothers giving them cough syrups containing opiates. Foley's Honey and Tar a safe and certain remedy for coughs, croup and lung troubles, and is the only prom inent cough medicine that contains no opiates or other poisons.

C. M. Me-Kee, Opera House Block. First publication in The Evening Herald January 23, A. 1904.

PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District Court of Labette county, Kansas: Maggie Haley, Plaintiff, vs. Levi Haley, Defendant, No. 6657. The state of Kansas to Levi Haley defendant in the above entitled action: You are hereby notified that you, as defendant have been sued in the above named court, by said plaintiff, Maggie Haley, whose petition is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court within and for the county of Labette, and state of Kansas, and that you must answer said petition on or before the first day of April A.

D. 1904, or said petition will be taken as true, and judgment rendered against you of the nature following towit. divorcing said plaintiff from you, said defendant, and freeing her from the martial relation now existing between she' and yourself, and granting to plaintiff the care and custody of her infant children, and for her cost of suit, and for such other and further relief as to the court may seem equitable and just. Witness my hand and seat of the District Court at my office in the City of Oswego, Kansas, this lGth day of January, A. D.

1904. Seal J. W. Weaver, Clerk of the District Court. Thomas M.

Brady, Attorney for Plalntlf Our Triple effect gas heating stoves at Buckley's. At Opera House. North Brothers, comedians, began a week's engagement at the opera house Monday night by presenting "The Little Princess." The attendance was not large, owing to the snow and cold weather, but those who were present enjoyed the entertainment and speak praises for the company. State Tribune, Jefferson City, January 26. Opera House all next week, commencing Monday.

Feb. 22. The North-Brothers comedians in up-to-date rep-etoire. The opening play for Monday night will be the beautiful 4 ret comedy drama, "The Little Princess." This is a beautiful play from start to finish, with lots of new and pleasing specialties. There are no waits between acts.

Among the members of the company is little baoy Virgil, one of the youngest child artists now in the theatrical profession. This child can be seen in "The Little Piincess" Monday night. Ladies will be admitted free first night only. Admission 15, 25 and 35 cents. Seats now on sale at usual place.

FURNITURE STOCK Is very complete and Health Means the ability to do a good day's work, without undue fatigue and to find life worth living. You cannot have indigestion or constipation without its upsetting the liver or polluting the blood. Such a condition may be best and quickest obtained by Her-bine, the best liver regulator that the world' has ever known. Mrs. D.

W. Smith writes, April 3, 1902: "I use Are Ritflit Ely Blake 4 Car load of Flour, Bran and Shorts. The best in Parsons. Foisale in wholesale and retail. Geo.

M. Sch neickert, corner of 13th and Dirr. to March 6. i Don't forget that Maurer Phone 41, have fish of all kinds for Friday. Croup.

The peculair cough which indicates croup, is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children. No time should be lost in the treatment of it and for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Do not waste valuable time in experimenting with untried remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended, but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear. For sale by all Druggists. The Model restaurant.

19..1 Johnson avenue, issues meal tickets and serves regular meals. You will find the service and the mcaK more liko'honie fare" than you have had in a long time. This is why there is a steady increase in patronage. WJL FAIRFIELD, Watchmaker, Jeweler. 1907 Forrest Ave.

PLENTY OF COAL. BRAN, FLOUR AND FEED AT PENNYWITT'S, 2024 JOHNSON AVENUE. To Mch TIMBER HILL. Seems like cold weather is bound to stay with us. Albert Braschler boarded the train for Chanute on Wednesday.

Lily Tusing is able to be in school Guy Sampson drove his team of nice pons to Cherry vale on Tuesday. August Hucke certainly must have tak up the carpenters trade from the way he 1s wielding the sew and hammer lately. Sunday school was well attended last Sunday morning. Mrs. Simpson and daughter Vivian visited with Grandma Frlleys on last Sunday.

Charles Morain is adding an addition to his house. Mary Frerichs called on A. HiKks last Friday. Edd. Braschler came down from Chanute with a man representing the lareest oil company of the state seeking to lease land but they failed to get any, we are told.

Quite a number of the neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Braschler on Monday evening and pleasant iy spent the time in conversation and listening to Albert graphaphone. Those who are in attendance at the Schwartz funeral in Parsons from Osweo Mrs. C. M.

Condon i W. H. Condon, and Misses Beck-le. Baty and Gilbert, and Wallace BeP and Henry Draper. Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease.

This v. due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on the system before it is recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent the development of this fatal disease if taken in time. Sold by W. C.

McKee, Opera block. Thayre. the plumber, has cap gas mantles, 2 for 25c that will rlease. 1800 Forrest avenue. Get a Watch A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles.

Don't take chances when Fok-y's Honey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold. Sold by W. C. McKee, opera block. MORNING MEADOR, Contractors and Builders.

Shop Machine Work a Specialty. We are in a position to submit bids on any structure: can handle small jobs. Always in the shop ready to take orders for machine work. Fine cabinet work a specialty, and any fini-l-. turned out in the shop.

We can handle out-of-town orders. We can satisfactory references, Shop at 1717 Washington. IT For your flrl or your boy, let tliem iearn the value of time, there wi tjc i wcr tardy marw-. i wit We'll eil jou the watch. We would tc glad to have ou look a the whether you buy or not.

Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Electrk Oil in the house just when it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts, wounds of every sort. i.

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