A Great Clothes THE HURON HERALD PUBLISHED eVCRY FRIDAY BY J. E. SMITH Kntred an neitond-ulns mutter April l.", 1007, lit tlw piihtnlllitu ut Huron, Kansas, uniU'i'llio Act nf Congress of March 3, JH10. at the Oppo rtunity O. J. c. Lady Dentist An, ' J h v'l ' -' ): By a fortunate purchase of over 300 men's all wool Cassimerc, and fancy worsted suits at a sharp price reduction from regular prices places us in a position to save you from $2.50 to $5.00 on each and every suit, in other words suits that sold for $18.00, $20!00 ' and $25.00, we can sell you for $15-00 $18.00 $20-00 Your Railroad Fare, refunded on purchases amounting to $16. iH t. :V, mmm. I: H ( V. 1 SUBSCRIPTION price One Year, 1.00. Six MonthK, fifla. Hinjflo coplus to iion-subscrlbers, S.cU Huron, Kansas, October 7, l'.IOIl. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS See our New Fall Flats. Croat Values ut $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 Commercial Street on Sixth, Splendid Valucs-in Men's Fine Shirts sit $1.00 $1.50 . y p 1 v O 11 1 J1 JLwO and nave a r ul. hull H ine When you trade at this store you will find anything you call for usually kept in a grocery store, and will find everything fresh. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. We make a specialty of FANCHON FLOUR, Bran and Shorts try a sack of Fanchon Flour; you will find the Company's Guarantee printed on every sack : "If this Flour is not exceptionally good we ask as a special favor that you return it at our expense." ST. PAUL'S. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Atzon-weiler ,on1ertained Atchison friends Sunday. Quito a number of tho St. Paul neighborhood attended tlio Kllinliain fair last Friday all re port a good time. Fred Bodonbaum find family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lango, Louis Kloopper, Noah Hutchison and Misses Louise and Sophia Kloopper took dinner at the home of Herman Latzke Sunday. N oiil i Hutchison and Louise Kloopper narrowly averted be ing seriously hurt while driving Their horse became frightened and demolished tho buggy. 1 ' Mr. iind Mrs. Ohas. Matthias spent Sun Jay with homo folks. Jtoilroad graders .working south of town unfortunately burned their tent whiles attempt ing to oil it one day last "week. I stand back of this order. Below are some of my prices. PUBLIC SALE J. II. Paui.y will hold a public sale at his barn in I'urcell on October 14 commencin at 12 o'clock sharp at which lime the following described property vi;l be olio rod: Seven head of mules. Seven head of horses, among them four good brood mares, in foal; one team of four and live year t.ld mares, weighing 5J2'X pounds, bol.li in foal. Fifty head of cittk1, consisting of cows and heifers, among them some good milk cows, and '2o yearling hteer.-i, Two sows and pigs. Three boars one, Dn roc-Jer sey and two Poland-Chirms. Tories of sale will be mack 1 1 r . . 1 1 ... c Known ou nay oi s:u' i i v tw Foster, ,'mctior.eer.s; P. K. Dcv ereaux, clerk. Breakfast Foods -0 Post Toasties, per pkg Corn Flake, II ))!g Price's Food, ii pkg Grapenut, 2 )kg .2 Vitas, 1 pkg .2 Toasted Oat Flake, J! pkg .2 Oat meal, per pkg 10 and .2 Soaps Mohawk, 12 bars White Crown, 8 bars )j Sunny Monday, 5 bars Hen 1 lur, .i bars Greenwich Lye 7 cans for Tea Gun powder, per lb Uneolored Japan Dishes ..) .2") .27) .l2" r.n .r.o .50 1 still have two pairs of large mules for side at my farm mile and a half southeast ol Huron.---George Hutchison. 52t Plain whjte plates per set $ .00 Handled Cups and Saucers .00 Decorated Plates per set n..(,iri,,., .,.,,1 t',, .l, Wash basins and Kwers 1.2") i t Complete Toilet sets 7tv rr-TTri Slop Jars only 1.27. Twelve different kinds of Toilet Soaps and five different h kinds of V ashing Powders. All kinds of Stoneware from 83c to 121c per gallon. Old Homestead, our leader in Coffee, 20c per pound. We want your butter, eggs and poultry, at highest market price. SjTlHP! (BprVCXHaq fT!ap.TlI3ig tf t South Side, Huron, Kansas ONE-WAY COLONIST RATES -TO California Old M exico and Iho Northwest mm J Tickets on sale September 15to October 15. Ask for full information. H. E. BRIDDELL, Agent HURON, KANSAS Main Yard HURON R V i3 O jfL I Branch Yard PURCELL At both yards we carry a large and complete stock of all kinds of ' 9 TTAfOT?I3 White and Yellow CUTMT I?C Y?Hrr JL.UiY10JL,A Pine, Cypress, Oak OI 1JLH Vjr LIU MILLWORK A SPECIALTY. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Dr. Louise Merrick will be in Huron Tuesday of each week at Capt. Stablcr's building, commencing Tuesday, October 5, 1909 prepared to do any and all kinds of first class work at reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Am not a transient for I am permanently located and have purchased a a homo in Everest. We want the dental work of this section of the country. Will work to got it, then work to keep it. Parties wanting to make appointments during the week'for Tuesdays can phone me at Eve-rest No. 515; or call No. J, Dr. H. N. Merrick, my father, who is also a dentist and located in Everest. ee Advertisements in the Huron and Everest Papers Cfiice Hours Between Trains 9:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. J 20 Years WithHecirtTroufele "Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has cured me of heart disease of over 20 years' standing. I was an bad that I could not do my work, and could scarcely draw a full breath without fainting or smothering. The doctor told me he coidd do no more for me; then I commenced taking the Heart Remedy. I shall never forget that night. I slept better than I h"d before in months. I kept tight on getting better, un- -til I was perfectly 'well." MRS. LAURA RUSSELL, Logan, Iowa. When the heart action is weak, it fails to pump the blood through the lungs with sufficient rapidity. Then the lungs do not absorb the proper amount of oxygen, although they may be taking in a normal amount of air. The result is shortness of breath, smothering spells, difficult breathing, oppressed feeling in chest. Dr. Mile-;' Heart Remedy strengthens the heart nerves and muscles, and in this way increases the circulation. Get a bottle from your druggist. Take it according to directions, and if it does not benefit he will return your money. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. L. 15. Bel) of near Eningham was a Huron visitor Monday. Buy your comfort calicos and cotton batts at Perdue's Double Store. Miss Laura Crichlield left Tuesday morning for Colorado to spend several months. FOU SALE Silver prize-taker onions, $1.50 per bushel. Call or phono- Tom Morgan. James , Jones and family of near Bendena spent Sunday at the home of O. M. Anderson. Just arrived a full -line of plush and fur lap robes and horse blankets. H. W. Harris. Nice line of drawn work, doilies stand covers and dresser scarfs, at Perdue's Double store. Mr. and Mi's. Herman Scholz and children of near Denton passed through here Saturday. The people of Huron appreciate the genercsity of Dan Anthony in permitting them to pick up the cull apples from his orchard. We think every family in Huron have availed themselves of the opportunity this year, and every year since tho orchard has been bearing. Many other courtesies have been extended J us by Mr. Anthony, even before he came before the people as an ofilee seeker, and nearly, every man in this community, where he is known as intimately as in his home town, votes for him regardless of party aililialion. lie has made a good record in Congress aud we are proud of him. t.JiM.:;i;;i.ij.;j;5.55!:;j5....i;j:jui.,. ui;;;i.UijJitu;!:ui::K:i::;:c::j;;;j;!ti;;;s: it I .: a 8 it I. P. STEPHENS 727 COMMERCIAL STREET atchison, Kansas School Books and all kinds of School Supplies SEE OUR NEW LOOSE LEAF STUDENTS NOTE BOOKS 8 J! 4 . i it it :i ! u . l ,. '. Cfc .6 U- . -lr. i'- ... .-fc.. ; ! If.' -'.! (. '. -. if. t ( rt 5J 7J . 1- ',f ) .ifH. .. . 76n Do' You Wan A new House, Barn, Granary, Cement Walk or Cellar built V If so, I would be pleased figure with you. F. W. KLONE HURON, KANSAS iv . . n 'C- . w -e 0 ...l .. A'. ...i. .-4. .u 1. Ai. -.. .L. -..J. .Al Ai. ..1. -. -A. K Tj. ,e ii." 4r tf w ih w w ' -" "ft? .. PURCELL BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE SHOP (Successor to O. (. Soever) SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .6 c. ik . ffv -'f y.H ). .! ijfc (t. . ik tr .' ''' JAS. FRANKLIN PROPRIETOR Wm. EVANS MANAGER Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the HURON STATE BANK at Huron, Kansas, at the close of business on September 20, 1001) RESOURCES Loans and discounts $."1, 020.01 Loans on real PHttilo ll,fiU'0 Overdnifls (MI.HS Panic building 2,100.00 Furtiitui'o and llxturoH 1,200.00 KxjiiMise account 4.'i7.N7 (lush und ol'i'injf bouse items . H.iXi t.'ash and .si'lil exclianye lO.DHl.fS-t Total $S7,4'Jii.ii LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Interest Exchange Kent Individual deposits Cei'tilicittes of deposit,... .$10. 4, 1"), 000.00 i00.no :ns.2.) XSII.'.IS 4li. 0.) 12.00 242. KS );;ti.,')0 Total S7, 4fMi.ini Stato of Kansas, County of Atcbison, ss. I, C. K. Smith, Cusbier of said bank, do solemnly swear tluit the above statement is true; that said bank has no liabilities, and is not indorser on any note or obligation, other than shown on the above .statement, to tins best of my knowledge and belief; so help me Cod.- C..K. Smith, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 4th day of October, l!)(l!l. T. H. Smith Jr., Notary Public. (Commission expires May 10, l!)l,'l.) COUKKCT. Attest; Edward Perdue To J. N. Doliey C. E. Smith Hunk Commissioner John f.ntfllsh .- Toiuka,, Kansas Dirtctors Tlie' monthly covenant and business meeting of the Baptist church will be held Saturday at 3 p. m. Preaching service Sunday at 11 a. m. and H p. , m. Hereafter all evening services at the Baptist church will be held at 7:30 instead of eight o'clock. As wo have sold out we desire to close up our accounts, and take this means of asking all who know themselves to be indebted to us to call and make settlement at once, L' aides & Son. Pur-cell, Kansas. "0-2 tir. Miles' Atill-l'iitn l'ltls rtllove pain.
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