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AT02I30X TOPBKA SANTA FS B. B.
Schedule In effect. Fojt-mber, h. 1899. .
TUAiKS noma bast.
" ... , -- ....Arrives S:0 p. M
No. S Atlantic Express j ....Dewrt, 4-00 p. m
- 4 Now Vcrk Express :.rA. m
" 6 Eastern Express 6:10 A. M
" 4S XAK-ml Freitfht Dep. 9:00 A.
TBAISS QOISO BI.
Ho. 1 San Frinclsco Express j JS'rJJ J
I Mexico A 8sn Diejro Ex 10:3 p. M
Donrer LlahEjt II:CBP. M
4& Local Krlirht 4:U0 r. M
Noa. s and 4 are via. C. K. A W.
Numbers 4S and tSdailr except Sunday. All
other tr- Ins dally,
C. K. A W, B. E.
TRAILS ARBIVIXO PKOM THI EAST.
Wo HI Accommodation I : r. M
TSAI3 001 w bast.
Ho. MS Aocommcxlatlon 2:00 r. M
Dally except Sunday.
C. T. BPUHGIN. AossT.
Doii't tliat sound better? ,
Subscribe for the Gkaffiic!
Ilenry Griggs was
in Dodge City
Cbas. L. Fulton spent Saturday and
Sunday in Larned.
Harry Barker came in from Stafford
A. M. Suiitt. of Jetmore, was a
The weather has bt3ii
pleasant the past week.
The GKArmc still continues to turn
out first-class job work.
Notice the secial prices in F. Spie
gle's ad in' another column.
Chas. A. Mosher transacted business
tn Larned Saturday afternoon.
IT. C. Johns, of Larned, was regis- "
tcred at the Alamo Wednesday.
J. IL Travis, of Seatle, Washington,
father of Mrs. W. F. Jack, arrived in
this city last Wednesday for a visit of
A small party enjoyed a pleasant
time at the residence of Geo. Matheny
west of town Tuesday evening. Danc
ing and card playing was the principal
feature of amusement.
Realizing the vast importance of a
central location. Jack Cummings moved
his feed mill from the west side of the
railroad track to the corner of Niles
avenue and Seventh street.
A representative of R. L. Polk &
Co., publisher of the Kansas State
Gazetteer, was in the city yesterday,
getting pointers for the new Gazetteer,
which will be out in September.
ment consisting of songs, declamations,
readings, etc.; afternoon, field sports;
evening, at Cong, church, graduating
exercises, reading by class of Irviug's
"Legend of Sleepy Hollow," class ad
dress by Rev. Greenlees, presentation
of diplomas by Superintendent Taylor
and board of education.
Ranking high among the educational
counties of the state of Kansas Ed
wards county by no means stands idle,
ou the contrary she is well advanced in
that pompous procession, which, in a
few years, will stand at the head of
this nation. Our corps of teachers are
above the usual standard, and that
their labors have been fully endorsed
is attested by the good word which
comes from every school district m the
county. The institutes which are held
at different intervals during tbe year
MiM Minnie KiuErrv's declamation have proven a great uenetactor 10 me
nt h ,itit. TWndav evoninir was less experienced teachers. The pro-
the best that has yet been delivered at grams, which at times are quite lengthy
th vtntKt Prof. Shearer is de- act as an instructor both to the expen-
n-inrnf xiwvial nruise iii the trnfiiinrr enced and inexperienced. At the re-
he gives his pupils, cciiuuauiuw ucm uio auiui oiw
I scnooi UU11U1UK lub oiiuiuitv, jnay ai.
John E. Willey has sold ten Deering the entire program was enacted with
binders so far this season, and on Tues-1 one or two exceptions, and indeed was
day ordered a car load or tbe same I something rare in the educational line.
machines. Mr. nilley reels confluent
that he will sell double that amount I
before the sen son closes.
Decorsuoa Day Dinner.
The G. A. Post of this city will
observe decoration day in an appropri-1
ate "manner, and will also ask you to
help them out a little in the way of
partaking of a dinner with them. The
menu reads as follows:
Chicken pie. Cold ham.'
Cold tongue. Cold chicken.
Cold Boast Beef.
SALADS AND VEGETABLE.
Chicken Salad. Potato Salad.
Bread. Bolls. Deviled Ens.
Rico Pudding. pie. Tapico Pudding.
Tea. Coffee. Milk.
Excnraloaa to Tcxm.
Special excursion tickets on sale for
purpose of attending Ft. Worth, Tex.,
spring i'aiace, May 8th to 28th. one
fare round trip. Also points in Colo
rado, New Mexico and Utah.
A farmer friend requested us, one
day last week, to ask everybody to pray
for rain. We do not think, however.
that it will be necessary as the crops.
Edwards county is adapted to the
raising of fruit, aside from tropical.
equal to any of the noted places in the
Rio Grande valley or California. This
fact is plainly demonstrated in the
large orchard of Mr. Offerle's at tbe
station seven miles to the west. Mr,
in most localities are looking fine and , - TZ . 1
r nf ... fT.riZtr- J?ZrJtW Offerle is an experienced horticulturist
and has many varieties of the peach,
apple, prune, pluni, fig, cherry, pear.
berry, blackberry, mulberry, currant,
strawberry, etc. All these trees and
shrubs are in a healthy condition and
laden Willi fruit. Mr. Offerle says he
has as good success here with more
J. M. Lewis and wife, of Lewis, spent
Sunday and Monday in Kinsley.
are not suffering for want of rain
J. L. Crabb, the jewejer, has moved
to Mohher'a drug store, the place form
erly occupied by C. A. Rurbank, and
will be pleased to seo all his friends.
Siiecial inducements to cash buyers.
SH3cial attention given to optical work.
Believing it would present a better I varieties of fruit as he did in France,
appearance, be more convienent and where he was in the nursery business
attractive, easier said, and that the prior to coming to America, also at
change would doubtless be appreciated Geneseo, Illinois, prior to coming to
all around, we drop the word "Banner" Kansas several years ago. Mr. Offer-
this week and hereafter the paper will lo's place presents as pleasing a sight
be known as the bead now reads. as a person could wish to behold with
, the many choice blooming ilowers ar
We are requested to announce that tisticaUv arraved in orchard and ear
the G. A. R. post of this city will at- den, among which one could interest
tend memorial service at the Conrre-1 i.;rwif v,r
When in the city call at the URArnic gaiionai cnurcn Sunday evening, at
office and make yourself at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Robb visited
Dodge City Monday and Tuesday.
8 o'clock. All members of the post
are requested to meet at the G. A. K.
hall at 7:30 p. m. and march to the
II. S. Booth and John F. C'urren, of
Jetmore, were in the city this week.
The oritorical contest for the Demo-
rest Silver Medal Tuesday evening was
decidedly an interesting entertainment,
opening with prayer by Rev. Wilson,
duet by Mrs. Wmdle and Mrs. validi
ty. L. Berrv. of TWiria TllinnU .T
C. Giinrerich. of fimm. Iowa, and vert, ine nrst contestant. Master
Samuel Fisher, of Wellman. Iowa, ar- 3,111 McClaskey, spoke well and earn
rived in this c tv W.nlv vniiir e:uy -iue voice oi me xjram onop.
They are looking for a suitable location Miss Bessie McCarthy in a pleasing
Mrs. Mary o. av an(1 fAvnrsl,Av mnrMmi wiH, ; well, "The Worst Enemy of the Work-
city and county. ln8 Class," The audience was then
- i lavi'reu wiui a soio uy miss Jennie
The closing exercises of the South Stapleton. "America's Joshua" was
Passenger travel over the Santa Fe
has been quite heavy the past week.
Offerle, visited in the city yesterday.
G. M. DeGoff and T. A. Milton, of
Ravauna, attended court here Thurs
Side school will be held in the opera delivered by Miss Amy Brown in a
house t riday evening. May 30th. --All cood strong voice, bringing out the
It is with much hesitancy that we the rooms will take part in the exer- ioiiits well. Miss Ella Koehler spoke
nmiln chronicle the illness of A
Clcises. Diplomas will be presented to gracefully "The Great Party." doing
those pupils who have completed the I justice to her piece. At this juncture
Read Brown & Peck's new ad this sion of 10 cents wiu charged. "Tell ller I Love Her So." "What
Shall we do With the Saloon
week. They are offering bargains in
Fred Goldschmidt arrived m the city I ronitivi ,v fua tii.u ,,
m . !- ntHUM contemnlatcs visitine "miZ"" A7?rZ.-7.-iV lure.s w-e -Bu.lenulu auu conception
. s ,nJ omcuiw.cu iuu mr. uuiu- pood. Mrs. Windle deliLrhted the ami
St. Paul and Duluth, Minnesota, in Kchmi.lt left here some two month
the near future. ago to visit his parents in Cincinnati,
II. F. Sjenccr. after .pending about hio ,,efore 8inK . PS0"-. "e will
ten days in this city, left Sunday after
noon for Guthrie.
Mrs. Chester Jones and daughter,
of Kansas City, are visiting with rela
tives in this city
spend a few days visiting friends and
will then take his departure for Oregon.
The case of the State vs. Asa Donol-
sou was tried by jury before 'Squire
Brockoway, of Brown township, Wed
nesday. Tho defendant was accused
v w. Suencer returned the latter or selling mortgaged property with m-
part of last week from a short business I tent to defraud Roberts Brothers. Y.
trip to Oklahoma. Dumont Smith appeared for the prose-
i v ii Liu ii mm rt 11
William Iline, of Orand Kapirts, fnse. The verdict was "not miiltv."
Mictiliran. orotner oi r. x. umo,
For the Next 30 Days,
BROWN & PECK.
ence with a solo, "Stolen Roses.
Miss Minnie Kingry, with a good strong
voice and graceful manner, spoke
'Youiig America's War Cry." Miss
Kingry had a splendid conception of
her piece and did well, carrying off the
prize, The judges were Miss Bidwell,
B. F. Hine and Wm. Hine. The con
test was close, but the decision was
heartily concurred in by all present.
Mr. C. II. Seaman closed the program
with a beautiful song, "Storm and
French for the de-1 Sunslune." This class is to be con-
gratuiHieu in iub uuie manner tney
acquitted themselves, as they had only
visiting in the city.
Makrikd: Mr. W. K. Hannah and I a short time in which to prepare.
Miss Hattie Fisk were united in the
The South Side school IS maKUlg pre- holv bonds of matrimon v Mnnrt;iv Avon. I Field Day Snorts.
purnuuiiBiui u'-"" ing at me residence oi tue nrnie s Program of the field d?v snorts to
on the evening or cne auiu. mother on Ninth street. Rev. McCrea be triven Mav 29th unon cami.ns of
A M Merrvman departed Tuesday omciaiing. Mr. iiannah s well known North Side school, beginningat 1 o'clock
forColdwater. He will also visit west- - - i" .": r u'
J " " V"I""'""""J j"B "- i i. Kff ana pan race, boys. Prize, 1 pound
i aiio uthyijj cuiiuo leii, ycsieruity ior I s"
Knows no bounds a cast-iron dog.
Pure lard at Carter's meat market
A good-sized sinkinar fund will help
to Keep a corporation anoat.
Never tell a blind man he is looking
Car load fancy Iowa potatoes at M
Schnatterly's Grocery house.
Opposite the Alamo is the place to
get your new hats. 6-9-2t
An aeronaut out west complains of
the nam times mis spring, lie says
that he has net made ascent.
bu Have no Idea of tbe extreme low
prices of goods at Brown & Peck's.
Give them a call.
Milk shake and lemonade 5 cents a
glass at Keener's.
Whpn some DeoDle sav "I hate a fool
it sound like they-were running them
John Fopp's sausage at Carter's
See those men's $1.50 shoes at the
The butterflv is a jrreat creature; no
sooner does it come from grub than it
goes for gruu.
Fresh fruit and confectionery at
Red Ribbon hams at Carter's meat
Fob Sale: Small house and lot
cheap. Inquire at this office.
Save your rain water. Poplar eave
troughs at Edwards & Erwin's. 5-9 4t
It is the old man who has shunned
work all his life who is continually
saying: "That boy ought to be sot to
work and kept at it.
See those men's handsome cheviot
suits the latest at Brown & Peck's.
Go to W. C. Keener's restaurant for
A mountain is made up of atoms,
You can tell what they are if you can
only get atom.
Keener has on sale a few fine oil
Just received new maple syrup $1.00
per gallon at M. Schnatterly's grocery
Speculators in eires and. poets travel
ing in a foreign country try to get the
lay oc the land.
The best brands of cigars in the city
are to be found at Keener's.
Latest and most popular styles and
shapes for lace hats, at Misses Collier
& Hammer's 5-9-2t
Sometimes a man takes such high
moral ground that he can t stoop dow
to help the needy and distressed.
For a square meal, hot or cold lunch
go to the popular restaurant of W. C.
Bound over to keep the peace Th
doir's return-leap over the fence, afte
securing the piece from your neither
Hats to suit the ladies, prices to suit
the times. Call one and all, and w
will try to please you. Misses Ham'
mer & Collier. 5-9-2t
era points before returning.
Chase visited at Mr. J. M. Shaw's in 13 now located
Trenton township Thursday,
Perhaps one of the most joyous men
in Kinsley is C N. Bonner, who. some I handkerchief.
five weeks ago was taken to Chicago
to have surgical operatiou performed
upon his eyes the removal of cata
racts. Mr. Bonner returned to this
Messrs. Robb, French and Smitu
attended Justice Brockoway's court in
Brown township Wednesday.
Mrs. Gregory, of Kansas City, an
intimate friend of Mrs. Stanley Wat-city unaccompanied, having sufficient-
roils was a Wednesday arrival. I ly regained his eye-sight as to be able
' t il10 discern objects quite readily, and
II. M. Porter, of Larned, occupied ,iiltM1, . hf tim '.:
full sight. Owing to feebleness and
age operation was only performed upon
the lert eye.
Mr. Slack's position in Tatura's drug
tore during the latter s absence.
John F. Marsh came In Sunday mora
ing from Demming, New Mexico, with
140 head of fine high grade steers.
The farmers should prepare for the
visit or the census enumerator next
- . , , , . . T utuiuii i MUina UIU1Q 11UV1C91VU
Mrs. xayior ana aauBiiier. oi other l!UM ... ,t,,rns ceTTta!
i. uace, iuo varus, Doys under 12 years.
Prise, 1st. 60 cents; 2nd, 10 cents.
4. Ruoe, 100 yards, boys nnder 12 rears.
Prize, 1st, tllk haudkerchlef ; 2nd, llnou
Uace. 100 yards, boys from 12-11 rears.
Race. 75 yards, sirls from 12-21 ream.
z-nse, i pounu canny.
v. tiaoe lor Doys ana g-iris under eight,
Prize, silk handkerchief.
Race. 100 yards, youairmen over 18 rears.
0. Siamese, or three-lca-cred race. 13-21 years.
100 yards. Prize, 60 cenis.
11. Kg-? snd saddle race, young- ladies over 15
years, 75 yards. Prize, package cf caliing-
Pack race. 50 yards. Prize, socket knife.
Nebucbadnesxer race. 60 yards. Prize.
J. uia nun s nice, iuu yarns, rrizc
14. Long: Juipp, running-. Prize.
lxmtf lump. Bin nai ii if. frize.
Hiirb Jump, running. Prize,
liixh lump, slandiuir. Prize.
Hod. sten and JumD. Prize, picnic ham.
Novelty race, men and boys. Prize, 60
Corrected by M. Schnatterly, Grocer and
Produce Dealtr. The following; prices are
paid by the dealers :
Wheat per BO, GO to "
Oats 20 to ;
Hniet Seed. . . .. . . ... ..... . . -. . . " 30 to
Onions " 65 to 75
Hay Wild tokW CN' to 4 no
May oiinei a")
Chickens, live weight
mill, products. Ketsll Prices.
Kinsley Flour. Patent cwt.
" Globe "
- White Lilly... "
Topeka Flour, Patent "
r mitjjr nod iru
City, mother and sister of Mrs. C. II.
Seamans, are visiting in tbe city.
A. E. Geer, of the Mercury force.
leaves Sunday afternoon for a prolong
ed trip through the eastern states.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Martin are ex
pected home to-day from Ashland.Ohio,
where tney nave ueen lor some time.
Sheriff Scott left Sunday afternoon
for Guthrie, Oklahoma, Toiieka and
other points in the eastern part of the
being made in this direction, and a
greater effort is being made in this
direction than in any previous census.
Jot down before the arrival of the
government agent the nember of acres
of each crop raised on the" farm during
1889, with the yield in pounds, bushels.
barrels or tons, the amoiuit sold and
the price obtained for the same.
Our rising professional base ball club.
composed of school boys, who went to
the metropolis of Offerle last Saturday
with the mad intent of "swiping the
earth with those city chaps," were
HlRh kick. Prize, buggry whin. "
Stilt race. Prize
St. Loi.u throw, base ball. Prize.
Uicycle race. Prize, sliver Clasp DOU.:
EnirliKb hurdle race. Prize
85. American hurdle race. Prize.
2a. Free for all race. Prize, straw hat.
27. Tug; of war. Prize, peck of peauuts.
'!. cousolatlon race, prize.
Fat men s race. Prize, somking- set.
Board of Education race. Prize.
Citv Council race. Prize, black ebony
31. Hase ball same. raze. I SDauiaina- nan
&. Tug- of war between married and sing-la
Best basket of wild Sowers, made on tbe
a-ronnd. Prize. 1 dozen orai-ves.
35 Best boouwt of wild flowers, made on the
ground. Prize, brooch pin If girl; cull but
tons It Doy.
sn. county omoirs race, jrrize.
37. Printers race, 80 yards., l'rlze, (3,
Arrangement will be made to supply
the entire list with prizes before the
29th. For the 100 yard foot race for
young men of the county over eighteen
Subject at tlie Congregational church I greatly disappointed owing to the fact
next Sunday morning will be "The that a number of the latter s nine
Gathered Class;" Memorial service in I failed to appear on the diamond. Scarce
the evening. I 'Y were any traces oi liguc visiuie in
,. i me Occident wuen our uovs reiunieu
Everybody is cordially invited to home with a wna-herone look unon their vears old there will be an interesting
attend ana participate in me tuinois i f;ices that plainly said: "You may foci purse. AU schools of the county are
picnic June 4th. come out and nave I ,w onco i,ut you can't do it twice." I invited to join iu tlie sports.
a good time. I
t- wi -m .u,.m, .i-o "r- "V ,uue aKu Dr. B. Hamlin, of Leinore, CaU say
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..n.,,.., .,.yt Smwlav ninn.lnr at. thA I. j T..j;.. KWOOZen DOUieS Or cnamoenaiui
Methodist "church. All are cordially omli. ieavinir his son Roliert at the Cough Remedy which he sold there
tuvitea 10 aiiena. i National Sunrical Institute of the latter "" ucuwuu ,
citv to he treated for bin disease. Dur- that he could not well get along with-
ing his stay in Indianopolis Mr. oi- out it. iNoonecan inuy appreciate m
itanagor Gemey, of tho Santa Fe
day, over 173 passengers took dinner.
methods adopted by that institution; I have given it a trial. Those who use
being deeply interested he would be u u so niuen superior to any other
pieasea m converse witu iiy remedv thev have ever tried that they
1 W- Titus, formeriv of this nlnra.
passetl througii here yesterday from ted with hip disease or limb trouble I yggonjpn t0 their friends, and that
Canyon City, Colorado, to Larned. lie who contemplate entering mi lustitu-
.will probably return to Kinsley this tiou of this kind.
eniii?. i tv,. th- hnwllt nf thmn nirties who
Chas. Slack left Sunday morning for are lit tlie habit of liermitting their
Topeka. at which place he represented I stock to run a large in the city limits.
tlie Knights of rythlas lodge or this I and the proper authorities whose "usi-1
is what makes it so popular.
by B. F. Tatum.
city at the
grand encampment of
B. P. Hays was ia from Fellsburg
.yesterday and reiwrts everything grow-
iinr nicely, esiiecially the castor bean.
and that the farmers are busy planting
Thomas B. Manning, of the south
part of the county, was In the city
Tuesday on his way to Ford county.
. where he will iuaugurate Farmers
it is to look after such matters instead
of holding down a chair in some shady
nook like a noodle, we wish to remind
them that Kinsley lias a "stray or
herd law." Parties who are unable to
build fences, and who have their prem
ises beautifully adorned with trees and
shrubs. And it very aggravating indeed
to stand watch least the same should
READ! BEADl BEAD!
AXD BE COJYl!TCKI THAT 5JOW
THIS PROPITIOUS TIME TO PECCRK
READING MATTER OX BETTER
TERMS THAN EVER BEFORE.
To new subscribers, and to old ones,
who pay up all arrears to date, and
be devoured or trodden into the earth, one year In advance, we will furnish
a - . I the Banner-Graphic in connection
tiouistTshouId be present and witness tb 7 of the papers named below
tlie closing exercises oi the public i on terms specmeu:
Isaac Mclntyre, of near Fellsburg, I schools, which promises to be very in-1 Kansas Farmer . t eo
has delivered quite au amount of white tercsting. The fetate Supenutendent I J.JJ ii"'JiY.mY."V....'.'.'. t oo
corn to tho Kinsley Roller Mills the of Public Instruction is expected to be wtuhita weekly Ewrie
p.t two weeks, real i.ing twenty -seven here. Followinj? is the program or tue i" 7aZTS so
l-eiita per bushel. iiHth Side school: Morning, entertain- Kansas Ciiy Daily Evening- News. 2 iu
JTichcls dc St-.ejhcrd, Sieair and Horsepower cut Jit;
Jlinr.eeoia Cfiiief Steam and Horse pcxer cut Jit;
Aiclinzaiz r Taylor Steam andHorse jpozver cut Jit.
The Standard A ft. to 6 ft. The Deering 4 ft. to 6 ft.
The McComiick; The Walter A. Wood; The Piano.
FHE DAIN HAY STACKER. TIIE DAIN HAY GATHERER.
The Standard 8 and 12 feet. The Belleville 8 feet.
The Daisy 8 feet.
The Sucker Istate. Tlie Superior. Tlie Gundalaclu
The A. P. Dickey Fanning Mill. The Star Wind Mill.
Repairs for all of the above Machines on hand, also for the Peerless and Crown Mowers.
Brain Sacks, Hardware. Groceries, Queemware, Glassware, Tinware, Furniture, In fast'
very thing- yJU need.
JOHN E. WILLEY.
Comes to the Front with a Full Line of the
Hen's, Ladie's, and Children's Fine Shoes,
Which he will sell at the LO WEST LIVING PRICES.
"ft i Ma! m W
Comes to the front this spring with
the largest stock ot Dry Goods,
Groceries, Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Furniture, Car
pets and Wall Paper they have ever
carried heretofore and at
Lorest Living Prices
If you want a square deal, put your
money where it will buy the most
goods and the best quality, come
in and see us. We will have
to cash buyers during the season
that will do you good.
IW GOODS, IW GOODS!
Has received MOREgXEW MILLINIIY GOODS. Her stock is Com
plete in Everything usually Kept in a
FIRST CLASS MILLINERY STORE
She invites an! Inspection of her goods and prices. One door east of
the Alamo Hotel, south side Sixth Street.
!J I STALLIONS FOR THE 8E.I8OX OF 18JU
6 to 11
5 to 6
i - Eiurlo..
Coffees Lion and Arbuckles lb
Best Mocha and Jovfc "
Snirar Granulated 12 :
Extra V n
Salt No 1 bbu
Green Apples ...
ZIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, with Us
varied and txctlUni comtvtls, is a library
as Hit If.
tt waj imdttd a happy thought to print tut
tntirt novel in tach nmmier.
Not a short novtlttts, hit a long story such
M r mh wif tn erst im brink fom And 4iam
j from out dollar to on dollar and a half for.
Not only that, but with tach number you get
an abundance ofotner contributions, uuttcn gtvss
fou a good magaxine hmdtt tJu novel.
Th ringing blows which have been struck on
the gateway of popular favor, have, resounded
tnrougnont tn enttr tana, ana to-day upptn
eotfs Magann stands tn the front ranh of
monthly publications, and is th most widely-
reaa-and-taltuaefpuoltcation of Us Mind tn IMI
world. For full descriptive circulars, addren
UPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia
J3.00 per year. 25 cts. single number.
The publisher of this paper will rtoent your
nu J il lynon.
Mondays and Tuesdays st our ranch, eight
miles southwest of Kinsley, and tbe re
mainder ot week at our stables
Closing Oat At Cost!
Is closing out at cost and in
ConYince The People
Of Edwards County, will quote
air ot shoe laces 1 cent
oxen Wh te Pearl Buttons 2 cents
Lawn, per yard M
Delaln per yard
IJa-ht Calico, per yard .
Fine Unbleached Muslin, per yard 6
Indiiro Blue Calico, per yard 1
Turkish Towels 10
Belae Dress Goods, per yard II
Lace Handcrchief s ........12'4
Feather Ticking-. Mr yard... 15
Oriental Lace, per yard IS
Point Ede Hushing, per yard ....JO "
Silk Lace Mitts "
Children's Slippers 35 "
Men s Uins-nam tnir w
Men's Snmmer Flannel Shirts -VI
Men's White Bbtrta TO
Men's Jeans Pants .75
All other goods in proportion.
YOUNG BLCK HAWK.
will mnke the season at Kinaluy at the low
price or f i lor insurance.
Bob Laddie foaled May 1883. dannlo irnir.
IB 1-2 hands hitrh, active and stylish, weiirns
.TUU pounds, neavy none 01 extra quiiuty.
Sired by Imported Bob l.Hddie, a horse of im
mense strength and substAnce weifrhinir S,l(
pounds, bred 1t Alex. Stewart Scotland; be
by Gieulffer. (Sold tor ) Dam by Im
ported Phil. Sberidnn. Terms 110.
Foaled May 1K81, dark bay, 161-4 hands h'ih.
Sired by Hoyal Almont. ho by Almont by
Alexanddr's Abdullah by Kysdk's HacrbeK
toman by Abdallah by Marabrino, Etc.. Dam
Cleo by Col. Eluworth by the 'Colonel, son of
Imported Aioion. eeooiui vum vy impuruw
Ulenco: third dam by Imported Leviatoan;
fourth dam by Mr Arcby. 'oL Eiisworth's
tCk J . !
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Vi . Willkm IKu, n.iri.t.rr. r
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Shall we start YOU in
'. with imtkaUn ma icraH
first dam by m ported Leviathan ; second dam
oy uacnaii jacsson Dy uroraerer, nic.
nios tbrouirh the beet blood In England and
America. (For further nediirree seo Uruce's
American Stud Bttok. VoL A.)
N imrod has s-ood trottinit action ana wcis-ns
lafjl nounua. In view of the fact that there
are very few mares of good breeding in the
community and as we antictpnte buying- a
nrst-cittss stsiuon or iasmonaote orewiiuir m
the near future we intend to keep in the stud
here, wfi have concluded to stand this horse
at the nominal fee of $10 to rive tbe breeders
a chance te breed to mm at this tow price bo
as to fret better bred ttiiies In this community
to breed. We desire to bny some nlltes by
this horse when old enoua-h to breed and wiU
pay a lair price tor tnetn.
.THB OLD DOCTOR'S
3 LADIES' FAVORITE. .
Always RoMabl snd perfectly Sate. Th
Same as uied by tliotmnus or womrn sli over Un
United States. In iha Old Uoetoi's nrtvata mil
practice, for 38 years, and not a simcle bad rwalt.
UHM8PKN8ABLK TO LADIES.
Money retarned if not as repnswuted. Bend I
eau(stanrafar sealed parUculars, snd wdn
tbs only Mer known to fail remedy by mslU
IK. WARD St CO.,
US 2iuiUi SevsuUt 8U, St. Loula. MS)
4vests, and Trade-Harms obtalnsd, snd sll Ps
ent baslness conducted for modimtc rcca.
uSTwe'csn seaft'pSutnt la less tfiae Exa iLom
remote from WMbington. ... , ,
uA v.l Jrn n. iJintn . with descrio.
tlon. Ws sdViae, If paten tbl or mUW of
caarga. um wen no one 011 pk
Mwn. tnnhutn Patenta." with
Barnes of setoaf clients ia you State, oomitj, ot
Iowa, sent zrae. il
Orw. aarEsrr Orncs. WaaMiaaTOM. D. C
FINAL PROOF NOTICES.
(Fire Tears Kesidence Proof )
Land office at Larned. Kansas. May 7, 1SSW.
Kntus i herehv iriven that the followinir-
named eertler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of hit claim,
and that said prof will be made before the
Judge or in his absence the clerk of the
District Court of Edwards county. Ks nsas. at
Kinsley. Kansas, on Saturday. June zin, jbto,
Tis: JOHN W HASbOX. H B So. for
tbe aw im, sec 10 tp 25 south, r IS w.
He names the following witnesses to
bis continuous residence upon snd cultiva
tion of said land, vis: jsmes w sira-iarcn.
Earnest F. Brown and Lother W. Angus, of
Lewis; John J. Cocker, Kinsley. Kansas.
m is s-au. Heury w . fcoii, mp"-
Private Medical Aid
this Wa.ies, tVs' V a 1 1 J AY I t VI
rrrire bt. ixns, xa secias attestioa
UfrlMCi Klvea to ill illTnollTT traublesla nuus
rrw s K-rl cii" ri I or lemaJ, ssairiad or suiiri, Droturni T
T"jr. t:,' z:,r-T "ixJ. - U lHS OLD D50T0H : j;
rr. Mm .mn.m . mmt. I TuualMd bw CiiuL. Of S US l&Ca, ZrCS Of eatgUm
hV-Beiaia. Skillful Tratmmit Guarastend.
Board snd apsiUusuts fnmishsd those wha
itiiSrSrSSA O. stamp tor euxa
Urs. rlc t-Addrcss tetters,
Ex. Wd COcts lit . St Btrts. St. IosJs. Bo.
109 A 111 W. kinth St.. KANSAS CITY. M0.
THE OLDEST II ABE. AID LARGEST LOCATED.
ADthAfisMl isr the Htmt ia trw.
CbrODic, Nervona and "Kpecial ltm-
pourrr). Nervous Debility. Po&soDed
kind, brinary iiisemses, and In fact
all troubles or diseases In either
male or fomale. Corps aaranted
r money ref untied. Charges low. Thousands ot
-ars eared, ixperience is Important. All med
cins are jruaranieed to be pore and erocadoos,
lm roraponndd In my perfectly appointed
laboratory, and are furnished ready for use.
No ra-nfns; to drag stores to nave uncertain
presrriLitFvt nuea. in o mereni
medtciaes nsed. Ko detention
Patients at a distance treated by
press, medicines sent everywD
A S4 pace TJOnTT ror sent
li to Si, sUoulu read this book.
for Sc. la sissnri
THE G Si EAT TURKISH RHBUMATIC CURE.
a pnsrriVB ctre for bitktj-
tatnnl fsils to cure or help.
UreateHt discovery In ancals of
medicine. One dose Elves relief
w. s. siiNiPsonsr,
Oorner Eighth Street and Jiiles Avenue, Kinsley ,J Kansas.
L UMBER, Tt TH, SHINGLES, CEMEJVT, -ETU
CHEAP AS THEJCHEAEPEST.
WEWANT YOUR WHEAT
For which we will pay the
HIGHEST MAMKET PMICE
FLOUR, BRA.N, SHORTS AND OHOV FEED to Sell or Exchange
KINSLEY MILLING COMPANY.
12 i'ounds Granulated Sugar
Flour. Kinslev Rutterflv. fl'atent) Per Sack, 81. 30
" Oat Flakes
" Dried Peaches
" Apples .
California; Apiicots per can
Rest Pail Svrup (per pail) -No.
1. Salt Per Rarrel
2io. 1, Salt Per Sack, (half barrel)
ALL COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
We have no schemes, bargains or gnods to give away, but you can buy what
vouwant and need at Rock Uottom Prices. Our stock Is the largest in the coun-
y and of STANDARD QUALITY. We also have a largo stock ot tpieens
ware, glassware, tinware, notions, etc. Come and see us. and be convincwl that
we are selling goods cheaper than any house iii western Kansas FOlt CASH.
M. SCHNATTFRLY'S GROCERY KOUSi
TV 01-tlx Side It. H.,, Kinsley, Kas.
Selling Goods so near Cost,
ANOTHER FUNKY IDEA ;
'Carrying the best Stock of Goods in the City.
STILL MORE FUNNY IDEA;
Having a reputable firm guarantee the same to include the bst
Rrands manufactured in the country.
v The Hir'uNNiEST Idea Of
That every time Roberta Uros., do you up a bundle of goods, large or small,
it is sure to contain,
A Reliable Article, 2nd. A Sure Value,
A Fine Quality.
A Real Bargain.
A Full Weight.
A Satisfactory Purchase.
7th A Saving of 10 Per Cent Cash,
THIS IS VERY FUNNY, BUT TRUE;
Prove it by purchasing your Groceries,
Hardware, Tinware, Garden Seeds,
Field Seeds, Farming Implements,
Etc., Etc., of
SIGNAL BLOCK, Kindy Kansas
READ & JACK,
Successors to B. B. Mosner ft Sons.
-Wil continue to Deal In-
Drugs Chemicals Paints,
Oils, Patent Medicines, Perfwnery,
Toilet -Articles, Etc, Etc.
Everything in. the Drug line at bottom prices. Fbkscuiftions a Specialty
U folBUtiUU IkiHSfriiuUr D
The Undersigned has always been prepared to negotiate
And facilities are now belter than ever. Devoting ray whole atten
tion to.the business, and astern connection unexcelled, enables
ta tn f nratxh mnnp-v at short nntirA to borrowers In
r.ATTOE AND SMAlL.
We do our own inspecting in Edwards and adjoining- counties, and pay the
money when papers are filed. Money constantly on hand and advanced for
Final Proofs. -
t L. W. HftiPIKS, Office near Edwaidts County Bmk, Kinsley Kansas