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The Easton Herald from Easton, Kansas • 1

The Easton Herald from Easton, Kansas • 1

The Easton Heraldi
Easton, Kansas
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3 lb 7 One Dollar per year. ASTON, KANSAS, JAN. 22, 1904. Volume XIII; N6; i7 Amsng Our Correspondents. id htarcvec the itephbne in that reigh-Jipod is "measles.

I Thefft.willbea motrngficturd show ti Mjowemoot hall Wedriesday and i Stony Creek Items. 'January-20, 1004. h. Quite a crowd attended the Hi? sale a.cumberf years ef the Methodist XJitarcb, South." Fa was rel uming to his home in Kansas City and died suddenly on the oara. Blanche.

McCune has typhoid fever and has been quite sick, but is thought School District No. 72. Tjiuraday, Jf.n.,20 and; 24.: at Kemper's in Potter on the -15th. They were Bob Ready, Chas. Winfrey ThomosHane is on the sick lift Adam Ehartrf has been sick and week.

1 Elmer Bean, Ernest Cook; Asa Clink enbeard, Elmer 'Ackley W. Joe Hall and family spent Sunday and J. Goff and -several with Arthur Roggers r.nnu ci i Floyd Bordon hauled sand for C. H. Goff: last Saturday.

Yi alter iiorden visited with H. F. hid father has been carrying the mail lately; -Adam Juta very nice new mail which has already been written about ia the papers. The farmers all over the country are butchering and enjoying fresh sausauge, which is very nice. The many friends of G.

II. Hausan, Engineer, L. E. W. R.

at present living in Lima, will be pleased to know of his recovery from threatened kidney disease He, tvriteg; I was cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, Thomburgh and family -at the poor to be some better. We are sorry to leam that Coin, missioner Kennedy's wife is very low withconsumption. Mick Heintzleman and Miss Thief-bau were a few days ago'. There is talk of aiother wedding in that neighborhood soon. Shelby McBroora had a fino jnare' to die lately.

Ed. Godfrey is sawing lumber for1 Mr. Stucky for the buildintr of stock aua. oiioiman anu wiie arespena-fdng a few days vrith his parents, Chas. MSherman and wife.

Quite a number of young, folks leathered 'at the home of Ernest Cook and wife Monday evening. jprt sent were A. H. Clinkenbeard and Wife, Dora and Katie Sherman. Iva and Maude, Hall.

Grace Woodward, farm from baturday until Monday. Jack Harkins, of naar wa visiting in this neighborhood last Fri day. Baker Fitch and Tom Trackwell, of 1 Frank Vogel, Earl Hall, Wm. Bane T. nganoxie, were in this vicinty last and Joe Hall.

Friday looking for a place to rent. which, i recommend to ali, especially trainmen who are usually' similarly afllictcd. Bold b- W. T. 1 lines A Co.

Walnut Creek Items. ve hear soy.e i Elmer Turner spent Sunday with George BinUey, wife and child, of disapproving 4 Earl Hall. Potter, were visiting with Mrs. Bink- commissioner? rs ari rouaty: it to ley's parents, J. W.

Kirkpatrick and Grace spent Saturday printing, Here we are again after a few! with Airs. Emerv wife, Saturday night and Sunday. Henry Wel wi Grant Decker and wife, of nesr George Brosy called on Dora Sher Kansas City to atteivlt fm Sunday evening. Winchester, and Elijah Goff, of near month's Been having fine weather up to the present Tuesday night we had quite a nice Kev. T.

C. Do v-: Potter, were visiting with W. H.Goff nC. E. and familvi Rnonf.

f'uh'-al of O'Hc-itorJ and family last Sunday, uurday evening with Chas. Sherman shower of rain, T. J. Cham i t. fca Routh visited with Gale Adamson fetf wuerry, 'Vex rli- J)i, There, was a rag tacking at the and wife Sunday.

Jred Thompson dismissed school 25, un- "Wit Kome of -Mrs, Wia. Fred Thomburgh was visiting with solicited by. berf the liidiea came in-; andigpent mony to the va his parent5, vB. Thomburgh7 and wife, at the poor farm last Friday and the day in tacking, carpet rags? 16 was the. day's work and in the evening Ballard 'h Ha Mr, Hasty gare an oyster supper and liare used it in can thcerfull- cTVi.a.r.,:tosti-r holm 'fixvvt'y and? the 'iincK tl'ik HOC and "Vv.

"inir.r;S the house was well filled with both old Elmer Ackley and family visited relatives in Easton Sunday. Floyd Borden called on Miss Blanch Thornburgh Saturday evening. most, effective and. young. AH- present; seemed to enjoy themselves chatting, sinking and eating oysters.

remedy for cm; have ever $1.00. Soldlv Jake Goff sold Arsie Gibson about Wm. Hasty ia still working on his Co. house. He says that he thinks if he keeps progressing he will g2t it done Kate Wilson; the divorced 'wife of rasday on account of being sick, ft has.

Sherman and daughter, Lucy, sjnd Mrs. Frank Sherman spent Sunday with W. P. Hall and wife. Charley Housh and Elmer Turner.

s)B ended church in Winchester Sunday night. Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe. We have received the following letter from Mrr RoyJ Kemp, of Angola; Ind. "I was in bed four wteks with la grippe antl I tried many remedies and spent for treatment with physicians, but I received no relief until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar. Two small bottled of this medicine cured me and now I use it exclusively in my family." Take no substitutes.

Sold by W. T. Nines To. Lowcmont News. January 19, 1904.

MbsEva Roach has been visiting in Atchison. in the next year, anyway. Andy Wilson, last Saturday obtained a restraining order from the district I H. Stevens and family visited with Wm. Hasty and family Sunday.

court enjoining Andy Wilson from taking out of the jurisdiction! of the N. Adams and family took din 400 bushels of corn in the crib at 34 pents a bushel. Grant Decker is hauling it for him. He is feeding lots of corn now about twenty-five bushels a day. C.

H. Goff commenced to put up thwall in his cellar Monday, and when he gets the wall up he is going to build a smoke houe tpof it. Grant Dicker Tom Goff, near Winchester, are hauling corn from this vicinity for A. J.Gibson this week. court the iree children awarded hiia ner wito their son, John Sunday.

by the court wnen the divorce wa3 Meda and Lncy DuBois, Minnie granted, until the court makes a thorough investigation of the charges Marh and Arthur Hall "Sunday afternoon with Lula, Alice and Ora Hasty. made by the; wife against her hus Mrs. James C.Clinkenbeard is con band. Kate Wilson was divorced! from Andy Wilson May 11, i They had six children and the court fined to the bed with a severe spell of sickntss. Our wishes are that she iss Blanche Herley.

has returned A Lifo at Stake. If you but knew the Splendid merit of Foley's Honey ami Tar you would never awarded three girls to the mother and three boys to father. The will soon be up. Hasty Hall sold a team of horses be without it. A dose or two will nrn- in her application for a restraining vent an attack of pnoumonia or la to Rob.

Connelly Monday. order, alleged that hex former "hus- grippe. It may save your life. Sold by W. T.

IJines Co. A.Mr. Deniphin County, band wa3 incompetent to take care of to St. Mary's Academy. H.

C. Squires shipped a car load of hogs from Mrs. Josie Martin, 'f Altamont, i3 visiting friends at Mrs, Squires and Miss Susie Craty gave a dinner Tuesday in lienor r.f Mi's; Martin, of AltenirnVlll. v.v bought a team of Hasty Hall Tues the children; that he ha3 found n8 Ruble Items. suitable home for them and that they Too Late for Last Issue.

are being taken care of by merciful enough to. aid them -in day. E. E. Hall started for Donaphin County Tuesday to deliver his corn crop.

There are several casts of pneu their struggles to keep alive. Deputy monia near the Valley school. Wra. Borkley and.Wm. McCune are both Sheriff Thos.

Dougherty was in town new telephone line' between Children Poisoned. last Saturday evening making anl Many children are oisoned and made pretty sick. effort to serve the papers on Mr. Wil The people of this vicinity were nvA TTm irA i nfV0U8auaweaK.if notki ledo-utright, Tbj on the line are Wm. Krohne, by motbers giving them COUfjh Jomes Gwartney, J.

containing opiatas. Foley's Honey and son, but failed to find him. very sorry to learn 'of the death of i ar is a Kaie ana cert run wmwir fhr na tt. quiref. nvh.

favnmhlw Pneumonia and La Grippe. Coughs quickly bv -FoWa JW U. school highly esteemed, first ttev. Downs, lone and Honfiv nriii Tnr Wo me of nnmit all vfln floin iii.a j-ta pastor at tbs Bethel Church, and for 'Soldby 1.

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