The Evening Star from Independence, Kansas on March 18, 1904 · Page 5
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I i i THE EVEKIHG STAB; INDEPENDENCE, KANSAS, FRI DAY, IIAIICH 18, 1C04. i Property For Sale! sutkcI IMIomey to L-osmJ See me at the First National Bank if you want to buy residence property or business rooms call and see me. I will save you money. Farms for sale near town. Residence is 618 East Maple St. W. D. G A U 1L T . or If otar Money IBacK.. in1!-: I t. iiZJl II That is the way we sell Corsets. We sell the Famous Kalamazoo and Henderson lines and the fact that thdy please so universally enables us to guarantee every Corset and cheerfully refund the money if 'some very seldom customer migntnot be pleased. Hi c mm .- a war ln " 3i iii VA I n I I A. 7 til m V k . i . f f L. G. ROBERTSON House Raising . and Moving and Roof Raising. All work guaranteed, 1007 West Main Street. H. G. ELLIS ontraeior i Builder First class residences a specialty. AH work guaranteed S K Cor. 9th and Chestnut. Tel. 392 Local News. "Slack Squirrel." "Black Squirrel a cracker Jack." '"Black Squirrel" is the name of the best 5c cigar on th market. Lots i& Bloom's addition-will go on isale tomorrow, March 2nd. See Cavert or Dollison. 3 1 tf In Sk. Txr&c&r vt fori A o ttc T will V o three new, six room housta ready to ! occupy. A. M. Horstick, Phone No. ( 394. 3 8 tf . The Nees Electiic railway will run In rough Bloom's addition which nas just been platted, making it the most durable residence portion of the city. 3 1 tf . Crane Co. is open for business at "219 Penn. Ave, They have in stock 'several thousand feet of 6 and 8 1-5 casing and are prepared to fill orders promptly. 3 14 3t FOR SALE HOME GROWN APPLE trees, 6 to 10 cents each. Evergreens, ; S to 10 inches high, $6.00 per hundred. J 'A. II. Sutton, Independence, Kan. 3 176 Carpet and rug weaving neatly done on short notice. Prices reasonable. Phone 357, 14 and Cottonwood street. Mrs. R. O. Downs. 3 10 it We invite every one, particularly you ifco come and ee our low prices on Beautify Your Home By Using STEARNS READY MIXED PAINTS SEE GUARANTEE OF MANHFACIEREK BELOW We Guarantee Steam's Paint To be made of the following materials: Either, Carbonate of Lead and Zinc, White oar such other coloring and pigments as we deem necessary to produce 'desired shades finely ground in iteated raw Linseed Oil Turpentine and a very slight proportion of Coach Japan, and we hereby agree (to pay 1100.00 in Gold in any case where the contrary can be proven. STEAKN'S PAINT MFG. CO., Besides these paints we carry a nice line of White Lead, Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Fillers, Brushes, Window Glass, Gar 3 den Seeds, in fact everything carried in an up to -date Hardware and Implement Store. Come in and let us figure with you. UNION IMPLEMENT and HARDWARE CO. "New dishes. The only full stock in town. If you will only consult your own in terest you will (trade at Paul's; Come and see us. M. J. PAUL, Grocer, tf. The ladies of the Relief corps will serve dinner and supper at the G. A. R. hall Saturday, March 19th. Members of the Relief corps are requested to come with well filled baskets. By order of president. 3 14 t6. Mr. I. A. Zug, representing the Babbitt Tailor Lane Co. of Detroit, Mich., will be at our store on Saturday, March l&th, with a fine line of ladies dress and tailor made skirts. Don't fail to come in and see his line. 3 16t3 HENRY BADEN. It has been determined by the owners of Bloom's addition to restrict the class of resiliences built and fto see that no undesirable persons locate upon it. It will be a desirable place for the best families. See II. O. Cavert or J. N. Dollison. 3 1 tf The contract was let today for' laying seven blocks of Vitrified Brick sidewalk in Bloom'3 addition, which will make these beautiful lots pleasantly connected with the business center of the city. For sale by J. N. Dollison or II. O. Cavert. 3 1 tf GASOLINE. A Brinkman's grocery store is the place to buy your gasoline. He also carries a full line of groceries of every kind. Give him a call. 3 3 tf. NOTICE. All parties knowing themselves to be indebted to the Henderson Feed store, will please call and rttle the same without delay and oblige, 3 5 tf J. T. HENDERSON. CASH FOR POULTRY. Bring your poultry of all kinds to A. Brinkman's big grocery store. He pays you cash for them. It will pay you to (trade at Brinkman's 3 3 tf . Bloom's addition is the nicest ver brought into (the city. On sale on and V5 I S of Davenport, Iowa; St, Paul. Minnesota; ani Kansas City. Mo. I n (Complete Assortment.) Iso Mew 3D)ress Hew OYERHISER4NDERS0N MERCANTILE COMPANY, Independence, Kansas after March 2nd. First, come, first served. For ale by J. N. Dollison or H. O. Cavert. 3 1 tf . Miss Kitty Wallace is sick with ton- silitis. Houses for non-resident owners. South Eastern Kansas 'Realty Co. 317tf Zack Palmer of Chatauqua county is in town attending the trial of Dan Hughes. Some good business propositions for sale. See us before it is too late. South Eastern Kansas Realty Co. 317tf Mr. Benjamin Murphy who (has been very sick, we are pleased today, is reported as being greatly improved. List your property with us for quick results. Commission reasonable. South Eastern Kansas Realty Co. 3 17 tf. Miss Ethel Williams has gone to Jefferson, Okla., to visit her sister's school which will close about the first of April.. A. E. Todd has the contract for the erection of an additional story to be put on the Henry Baden building fronting on Myrtle street. Col. W. Saphar of Iola came down yesterday to assist in initiating the (tihird C'iviion of the big class; of new members into the Elks' lodge. WANTED Manager for branch, office we wish to locate here in Independence. Address, with references. Morris Wholesale House, care this paper. A.. M. Day, a prominent banker of Osmond, Neb., has been in ithe city for the last few days looking over the oil field. Mr. Day intends to start !home today. Mr. M. H. Friedline, one of the prominent farmers and stockraisers of the vicdniity of Caney was in town y ester day and gave the Star office a pleasant call. D. B. Fisk & Co.'s Pattern Hats will be Chicago styles from one of (the largest millinery houses in the United States. Watch for the date of the Overhiser-Anderson Merc. Co.'s Easter opening. Mr. G. I. Tutt, who has been employed as a buyer for the Marshall Field stores of Chicago, arrived in Independence Wednesday. Mr. Tutt has ' nderwear Wash U TTh TK H 6T TVTVTl 3 r We have a Full Supply of the Celebrated Warrene Collar Eoundations and Girdle Foundations Ladies' Belts and Purses in a very complete variety. New Pompadour Comlis and many Jewelry Novelties. It will pay you to see us when in need of anything in the line of nciions. Our Prices Talk Business come to help his father, J. C. Tutt, rthe curio dealer and map agent. Jas. Thomas, who was formerly a citizen of this city but now lives in Coffeyville, is in town itoday. He says that although Coffeyvlle is surging rapidly to the front she can't be considered in the same class with Independence. Mrs. W. J. Brittan and Mrs. M. O. Brittaln came down from Neodesha yesterday to attend the big opening at the Wright Dry. Goods store. J. H. Brittaln of this store is the son of Mrs. W. J. Brittain and the brother-in-law of Mrs. M. O. Brittaln. Col. Gordon and Mr. J. M. Patterson of Tipton, Ind., arrived in town Thurs-sday morning. It is their intention to locate here and open an oil office. They will buy and sell oil and mining stock, oil and mining property, and oil itself. Both gentlemen have been engaged in this business in the eastern fields. Joseph Laduke of West Cherry township is seriously ill from a cancerous tumor near his right shoulder and he is unusually cheerful through it all, and such an affliction is very painful. Mr. Laduke is one of the wheel horses of Montgomery county Democracy and he says he will be on hand to vote the straight Democratic ticket at the next election unless Grover Cleveland., is chosen as the nominee in which case he will feel impelled to vote for "Teddy" Roosevelt for he considers Cleveland the man with the bustle on his neck, !he calls him the one who has wrecked the Democratic party. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Wm. B. Upchurch, 25. .. .Carthage, Mo Josie Spencer, 26 Garnet, Kas. Lewis Daniels, 30 Dewey, I. T. Mary Leek, 40 Wann, I. T. James M. Tate, 22 Leroy, Kas. N. Elame Kitterman, 20. . . .Leray, Kas BUILDING CONTRACTORS TAKE, j NOTICE. j All contractors working in harmony with L. U. No. 1198 are hereby requested to meet with us at 9 o'clock p. m. on Saturday, March 19, 1904 at G. A. R. halL Important M. BIORN, Business Agent. (Goods, (Goods CI 1 l f I II 'II IL. II II 1 GOLD CROWNS 95 Dr. C. E. Wyatt, ATTENTION K. P. There will be an open meeting of Lucullus Lodge, No. 80 at A. O. U. W. hall, Friday night, March 18. All K. P. members in the city are invited. TREES, FRUIT AND SHADE. Now ready the finest of apples and peach at 10c Other stock is from one-half to two-thirds lower than sold by traveling agents. Guaranteed true to name. Extra fine stock. Crimson ramblers of the the finest. Corner Pine and 14th street D. H. Good. 3 10 tf. SPECIAL NOTICE. Only 2 days left to nave a skirt made free. COVELL & BITTMANN. J. B. Baumer, dentist office over Truby's jewelry store. 3 4 6t KATE STARR to n TO EVERY SINGLE MAN woman IN INDEPENDENCE a chance to attend the flneat Mlllinety pen ny eer a'temptod in this eectloa DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE but come out in force and belp make thi a notable millinery event. ONE DAY ONLY, THURSDAY, MARCH 17th. West Main St. iSiic PercaleSo l AW, LOOK HERE Some Good Bargains for Yon. Houses to Kent. and houses on easy payments. See ns before buying. $250 cash will handle an $1,150 house, bonlanco on monthly payments. The Sooth Eastern Kansas Realty Co 11214 East Main street. Phone 489. J. C. TUTT CARL-LEON HOTEL, INDEPENDENCE, KAN5. Curio Dealer and Importer In Mexic&i Drawn Linen, Opals, Zarapas, Pottery, American, Inhian, Alaska goods, Etc PROPOSES give and child KATE STARR, 3C 1Z U

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