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The Stark News from Stark, Kansas • 1

The Stark Newsi
Stark, Kansas
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tark: News All Home PrintPublished in the interest of Stark and her People. Vol. 2. No. 22.

Stark, Kansas, Saturday, January 31, 1903. $1.00 Per Year. The Notice. D. W.

Kennedy, of Chanute, The Stark News. was a visitor Monday. D. F. DEEM, Editor.

C. A. REYNOLDS, PublisUr. Uooaiarm nands are a scarce article and in good demand. Depositions were taken in the Published every week on Saturday.

Entered Nov. 8, 1901, at the Postoffice in Stark Kansas, as second class matter. Act of Congress March 3, 1879. The roads are almost impassible in some localities near Stark, caused by the heavv loads of grain. We are in receipt of the thirteenth bi-annual report of the State Agri cultural society.

This is one of the most interesting and instructive reports ever sent out by the state and reflects great credit upon Mr. Coburn. Nyman divorce case Wednesday. Frank Pitzer has been appointed SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Katy section foreman at this place.

All persons knowing themselves indebted to B. J. Crosswhite please call and settle by February 15, 1903. After that time the accounts will, be placed in the collector's hands for collection. B.

J. Crosswhite. Valentines of all kinds and prices at the Stark pharmacy. W. K.

Smart and wife of Kansas City are visiting Stark friends. E. L. Fitzgerald, representing W. H.

Ayers and wife are visit One Year $1.00 Six Months 5 ing with S. N. Ayers and family of Three Months 25 Centerville. Liberal Clubbing Rates. M.

Bowman and family will start for Southern California about the Advertising Rates given upon It was at Yates Center and a prominent young man, his wife, and a church society were the chief actors. The wife had enlisted the 15th of February. application. BUSINESS OFFICE: Will have some gas news to tell you next week. Something that Stark Pharmacy Building will open your eyes.

Attorney Charles Dennison, of Erie, looked after business in Stark the first of the week. the Kansas Mutual, has been in town this week. G. I. Christopher, of Poliska, Iowa, transacted business in Stark tht first of the week.

A fresh supply of the famous International Stock Food remedies at the Stark pharmacy. O. P. Ergenbright, of Independence, looked after law business in Stark the first of the week. 0' Bryan Co.

shipped a car of hogs Monday night, and two cars Jas. Rea shipped a car load of church society to give her husband a surprise party. It was the occasion of the wooden wedding of the pair. The husband was enticed off up town during the evening and the church people assembled at his residence. Then they turned the lamps all out and kept' still as mice with intent to greet him with a great shout when he appeared and struck a light.

He came in according to schedule and was feeling his way along the dark hall when his shins came violently in contact with a piece of furniture. "Wow!" he yelled. "I'd like to know who in 1 left that chair out there again." Chanute Blade. extra good cattle jto the Kansas City market Monday night. The Crawford lecture on Canada Thursday evening was well attended and quite interesting.

J. T. Smith, a former blacksmith of Kimbal, occupied the pul of cattle of their own feeding Tuesday night. pit in the Friends' church Wed TIME TABLE. M.

K. T. Railway. GOING NORTH. No.

ia Passenger leaves Stark 47 m- No. i4 Passenger leaves Stark 1:58 p. m. No. f6o Way Frt.

leaves Stark 0:05 a. m. GOING SOUTH. No. Passenger leaves Stark 1:27 a.

m. No. I3 Passenger leaves Stark 2:27 p. m. No.

t59 Way Frt. leaves Stark 3:55 P- m- Daily. fDaily, except Sunday. C.B. TEAS, Agent.

News Clubbing Rates The News and anyone of the following papers will be sent one year at price given below: St. Louis Globe Democrat $1.25 St. Louis 1.50 Topeka Capital 1.25 Mail and Breeze 1.25 Kansas City Journal 1.00 Kansas City Star 1.00 Prairie Farmer 1.00 Toledo, O. Blade 1.00 nesday night. Oscar Rimbey, La Combe, Canada, had the misfortune to lose Chaney Fisher have on hands his house and contents by fire a as fine a bunch of draft horses as short time ago.

ever were exhibited in Stark. It During the past two months will pay you to see him. The Stark dancing club are trav Stark has added many new customers. Our firms of grain and eling over an extremely rocky and stock men being largely responsible. troublesome road, with the pros The News was a little mixed pect of becoming stalled or breaking down at any time.

last week in the marriage of Miss R. T. Chaney -is seriously con Gertie Smart. Thcuotice said Miss Stewart, who is not known to Unconscious From Croup. During a sudden and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation, says A.

L. Spafford, postmaster, Chester, and a dose of One Minute Cough Cure was administered and repeated often. It reduced the swelling and inflammation, cub the mucous and shortly the child was resting easy and speedily recovered. It cures Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, and all Throat and Lung troubles. One Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs (0 contribute pure, health-giving oxygen to the blood.

D. F. Deem. templating the erection of a two- us. story brick business room and hall.

Mrs. W. W. Pike will start the We know of nothing which would last of next week for the Kansas Stark Lodge No. 486, A.

0. U. W. meets on the second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend.

H. E. Blakelv, Recorder; George Singleton, M. W. pay a higher rate of interest than a first class hall in Stark.

J. C. Reed and family, of Ariel City and St. Joe markets, where she expects to purchase a larger stock of millinery and dry goods than ever before. Grove, have moved to the Hubbard farm, east of town.

They -rffe I. O. O. F. No.

482 meets 'lfjj every Friday night. Visit-mjm- ingr members invited. C. expect to remain there until March N. II.

E. Blakely. 1 st when they will take possession M. Chaney, Sec'y. of the farm recently purchased of Our Clearance Sale Lee Sayer.

At the close of the installation K. L. of S. meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights. Visiting members cordially invited.

Eva Pike, Nannie Prier, Secy, ceremonies of the M. W. A. Saturday night John Kendal, the retiring venerable counsel, was pre si. w.

a. meets second and last Saturday nights of each month. Visiting members cordially invited to attend. Jeff Hensen, clerk; D. F.

Deem. v. c. Was'a success and we want to thank our many patrons for it. We also have some bargains left and will still extend the cut price until they are gone.

Shoes $2.00 Shoes $1.75 $2.50 $2.00 1.50 Shoes 1.25 Children 'sShoes, 20 per cent off 2 lbs. good Coffee 15c 12 cloth pins ic Needles, per paper 4c Hooks and Eyes, per paper 4c 50c Overalls 38c Men's 50c work Shirts 38c Men's 50c dress Shirts 38c We carry a nice line of Ladies' ready, made Underskirts from 1 $1.00 to $1.25 We invite you to come in and see our many bargains. You will be welcome whether you buy or not. Highest prices paid for all kinds of produce. Yours for business, sented with a very handsome chair as a token of regard from the members of the lodge.

In retiring Mr. Kendal has the respect and good will of the entire membership. The Christian Endeavor Society is twenty-two years old and the Christian Endeavor of Stark will celebrate the day next Sunday evening, at the Methodist Episcopal church. They are preparing a good program and all are invited to attend. Parents should be present and encourage our young people.

Give them a full house. One Hundred Dollars a Box. Is the value II. A. Tisdale, Summer ton, S.

places on De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. He says: "I had the piles for twenty years. I tried many doctors and medicines, but all failed except De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cured me." It is a combination of the healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients; relieves and permanently cures blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, salt rheum and all skin diseases. D.

F. Deem. W. W. PIKE, Stark, Kans..

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