The Huron Herald from Huron, Kansas on October 10, 1912 · 1
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Htidt- MlhlMflcul Soc. iiV x HE ty" "t r uron Herald. VOLUME VI. HURON. ATCHISON COUNTY. KAN8AS. THURSDAY, OCTOHER'10, 1912, NUMBER 18. The Tang of October Days Reminds Us of Colder Ones to Come Blankets and Comforters (Third FJoor) , Such a complete line awaits the purchaser that the the most particular can easily find something to please Whether they prefer wool or cotton blankets in plain or plaid designs the Maish Comforters with sateen covers or simply prepared 'or covering and with either cotton or wool filling. They are certain to find in this great assort-ment new and practical things. ' The Basement Salesroom and a Few Things It Holds KERSEY COATS TOR WINTER They como in length suitable for cold wintry days. The weight also being correct for the winter season. Some have large collars and braid trimmings on the collars and backs. They represent what are two of the finest values we have offered. The prices are $3.95 and $4.95 12 l-2cHUCK TOWELS 10c Cotton hurk towol liuvliitf red bonier in fast colon, of coui-hm, measure iMx.'M inches. TIihhc towels arts regular 12 -2c vulucs. for a short tiniH.. 10c LARGE TOWELS These towels are somewhat similar in stylo ami make to the ones aliove. The si.e is 2tx4." and the ijuality, of course, is bettor. They have red borders also and ure lirst class in every resoect. Kach. :!?.iSc Cretonne ioc Cri'tonnos measurint; 3H inches wide come in a great variety of 1 ijrltt and medium colored Moral 10c patterns. Very reason-aly priced at yd COTTON PLAIDS These materials come in a splendid ranjfe of plaid designs suitable for children's dresses and little boys suits. Regular I.'h! quality, yd. 10c J RAMSATS ATCHISON, :-: KANSAS Have You Thought about that New Stove? We Have on Hand Round Oak Steel Ranges New National Glass Door Ranges Round Oak Cast Ranges Round Oak Heaters in all Sizes W. E. ENGLISH HURON, KANSAS 1 Water has positively no effect on PEERLESS ROOFING- It nIkhIh Ibn wot juhI liko the provnrbiulr duek'n buck. On the other hum, wnler decays old Mtylo roofing. Inn't it worth -while to have roof whieh in ton years will bo as good a it is todny? Jnn't it worth while to imike the saving tlint Ui'poHMible if you buy I'EJKKLEHH? It is worth a dozen ordinary roofs by every test. Come in and ma u nmni)!. Auk fur tree liooUlol itimoriljintf AUCOTILE. B. V. SLOAN HURON AND PURCELL For hcurtut tit" Or. Mill's' Antl-t'iiln t'HU Dr. Mller AiiU-1'uln I'llin relieve pair. HURON HAPPEN!.. 5S Embroidery at Delaney's. CIHL LAX for drills and fever. New winter caps at Delaney's. KIDNEY FLUSH for kidney and bladder diseases. Men's high top shoes at reduced prices ut Delaney's. Fanchon flour, $2.K) per hundred, none bettor, every sack guaranteed, at Peery's! Dr. A. D. Mathews, dentist, Monday and Tuesday, October 14 and 15, at Huron. A slaughter price will be made this week on straw hats, to close thorn out. Peery's. v Jake Brown, the Edon apple grower, shipped a carload of apples to Dakota this week. - WANTED Hunters to keep off my farm or expect prosecution. C. A. Brown. TI19 little daughter of N. R. King fell from the gas pipe fence in front of the Delzcit place Saturday and broke her collar bone, AP.OUT THAT BAND CONCERT It spcms that there has been a misunderstandingof the arrangements for the band concert a few weeks ago, the expenses of which were borne jointly by the business men of Huron and the Republican county candidates. Some indignation also lias been expressed over the publication Inst week of the article headed ".Stung Again," in our "Phool Philosophy" column. This article was not intended, either by author or editor, as a slam at the local business men; we wished only to ridicule the "cou-t house ring" in the method they employed in getting thoir candid-acy before the voters of Huron. The plan of having the concert originated with J. M. Daluney. lie felt like doing something to show his appreciation of the courtesy of the people of Huron and vicinity in permitting himself an 1 Mr. Peery to close their stores at six o'clock on three evenings each week. To employ a band would cost too much, so lie went to Atchison and asked the co operation of the candidates They fell to the scheme, and the result was that we had a good concert and everybody was well pleased. The business men were consulted and practically all of them contributed toward paying the transportation expenses of the musicians. In "giving the devil his dues," however, we will say that the candidates paid their own expenses. During this campaign the republican candidates (nearly everyone of whom belong to the county machine, or "courthouse ring") have palpably ignored the voters of this precinct. This event was the only public notice they have sought; anS, in the words of our poet "we paid the freight." They have spent hundreds of dollars in newspaper advertising, before and after the primary, but the Huron Herald, the only newspaper in the north half of Atchison connty, was not asked to print a line of advertising for any of the "ring." The Herald is read by 90 per cent of the voters of the Hurpn precinct, and has a good circulation in the Eden and Lancaster precincts. The idea in the minds of these politicians was that they coyld save the few dollars they had paid to the Huron paper in former campaigns by coming to see the voters in a body. A cheery smile, a genial handshake and a slap on the back would loosen the voter, and the local henchmen would do the rest. But will it? Wait till November 5, The people of the country precincts are sitting up and taking notice. It takes time to break a political machine, but this is the year when several in Kansas will be broken. "Caesar had his Brutus; diaries I his Cromwell" and the Casey-Baker-Underwood gang may profit by their example. Cold Weather Special This Weather Suggests Warmer Clothing and We Have It Ready for You mmm Sweater Coats for Men, Women, Girls and Boys Ladies Sweater Coats, white and red, good quality wool. Special value $2.50 Misses red Coat Sweaters in dark red, fancy knit. Special value $1.50 Mens Sweater coats in wine, gray and dark red. Special value $2.50 Boy's Sweater Coats, good values at 50c and $1.00 : t r kitti T Y Y Y Y Y ? ? ? ? f ? t t ? ? t ? ? t ' ? ? f f -? V ? ? ? ? V T '? Y t f V t y ? ? Y V Y Y v t Y V t Y Y Y Y Y v - Comforts and Blankets We are showing the best line of Comforts and Blankets that has ever been shown in Huron. i I 1 if :' "; Aviation Caps and Auto Hoods at Special Values U HURON, KANSAS. Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y y X Y y Y y Y Y Y Y Y y y y Y Y Y Y VY Y y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y y y y y Y .? Y Y y y Y Y y Y y y y Y Y y Y y Y Y y y All wool suitings at Delaney's. i ' Shirts of all kinds and styles, shoes, hats and gloves at Peery's Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klone and their son-in-law, Mr. Smith, of York, Neb., were here Satur day a few hotlrs visiting with Fred Klone. They drove to Atchison that evening on their way to visit relatives in Missouri. School supplies at Peery's.1 Nice scarfs for the winter weather at Delaney's. Dr. Louise Merrick-Roece, the lady dentist, and her father, Dr. H. N. Merrick, will be in Huron two days next week Monday and Tuesday. See their announcement in the advertising columns. ' Y Y Y Y y Y y Y y. y Y Y y Y Y y Y y Y Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Dr. E N. Merrick and , Dr. Louise Merrick-Reece will be in Huron to fill regular appointment Tuesday, October 15 and will also be in Huron t Monday, October 14 At work in the Stabler Building. Anyone wishing to come in either day can do so. t Y y Y Y Y Y y y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y X y y y Y y Y Y Y Trunks and suit cases at Peery's KILL POIS for bad blood. Knit hats, the very latest out, at Delaney's. Mrs. W. A. Agee is on the sick list this week. Neckties, fancy hose, belts and suspenders at Peery's. New embroidered center pieces at Delaney's. If you like this paper subscribe for it. Only $1.00. per year. R. E. Brooks has bought the east eighty of J. H. Morgan's farm, known as the Carrison place. I still have two pairs of large mult's for sale at-my farm a mile and a half southeast of Huron. George Hutchison. Chalmer Coe and sister, Miss Alma, came up from Port Scott last Thursday tyi spend a month visiting with home folks. H. C. Gilmer will hold a public sale of pure bred Poland China swine at his farm one mile north of Lancaster on Tuesday, October 15. Read his ad on the .supplement. Sweater coats at Delaney's Comforts and blankets at Delaney's. A New Royal sewing machine, brand new, for sale at E. P. Peery's store. Rolla Weaver and family came in from western Kansas last week for a short visit with relatives and to take in the Atchison corn carnival. CEMETERY MEETING A special tneeting of the Miller Cemetery Association will be held at the cemetery, October 15, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of devising means of providing a permanent fund for the niaintainance of the cemetery All persons interested are requested to be present. W. N.' Bushley, President. Bring in your old Buggy Tops and get them repaired. What's the use of letting the wind sift through and freeze you when you can get them fixed up warm and comfortable. KINNEY the Harness Man

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