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city of Hays.
Advocating the bast interests
of Ellis county r Jl the time.
HAHRY FREES E.
Editos & Pnsussrss.
City of Hays, Kansas January 79 1899. ' SI. a year.
Best Adtestxsxnq Pafes or Os.'
1 :" . "
Jim Nolan is the proud father
of a big baby bov.
Mrs. Dp. Palmer entertained a
few fCuien to'tea M nday afterooa
25 Der cent off on
all suits at Warm's.
The menagerie of stuffed ani
mals at Carrick'a moved over to
Miller's den with the stuffed birds
The dnI Covotte skins hang
in in front of Arnold' tor al
tract the attention of strai ger9 who
are passing by.
The renowned Great Western
Here and ranges sold by
Geo Philip & Son.
Mrs. Jcdd and Mrs Fox have
retnrned home trom their northeast
Mrs. John Sehlyer Ieave3 next
week to visit ola friends on the
Esrffs may be scarce and hens
not doing their best, but lots c
boxes of errs wero shipped west
Mrs. Ch&lk Brnsius having re
turned trom hr easterp trip thev
have rented and moved in the Lu -theran
25 PER GENT OFF ON
ALL BOOTS AT WANN'S.
Services at the Presbyterian
ehnrch to.-morrow, Sunday, morn
mg and evening.
The Pension biard met again
this week and examined another
Ben Arnold received as a Christ
mas present from the 5 A blanket
firm one of their fine electric dial
Frank McLaic now has his office
in the rom back of Doc. Kohl's,
where Judge Monroe was" and use
it as his campaign headquarters for
the Sheriff campaign and he don't
kick it You spit on his fiVor or
stove, or use his tooth brush or
sme'Iing bottle, nothing said.
Henry Shultz' hos saw how com
fortable thst pig looked on Chris
mas day at Carriok's f rozn in ice,
and thinking Henry might want to
beat Carrik and show a bos in
ice. jumped down 10 foot into the
Schuitz ice house, and it look ten
men to draw it cut and &top such
Sec the picture in another column
of lovely womn in the Lasrar:
gills trebling grapes to music at
QuinioCelheros, Portugal, wearing
shoit j.-u-kt-ts and p-mts Spjer of
N J., has improved method- and
PCxccllejK-e ff Speer'e Wines
attested bv phitnns through
out America and Europe, who have
Ued th in Orders jre shipped to
Dresden and Vienna
Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs
Henry Ohant gave a party at
their elegant home to qi?ile a num
ber of young, folks in honor ot
their nephew, Oscar Kremheder of
Buffalo. N Y, The hmue vs
hiilliantly illuminated gmes and
music were enjoved, and sp'endid
refresh menti served
Wc want rur ladies to read the
adver ot Brmiangelon in antither
columu. It is a peitoctly delight
tul desert for the table, far excel
ling gelhitine. or any ot the pud
dings, xVIr idy sweetened and
flneU fl ivor. d (-ev ral flavor) add
a little water and in 2 ramutes it
is done and ou hardens Cutest
and handiest thing oa can have
in the boie if companv happens
in. Go to Ceo, Gras-' store and
get a sample box or write to the
factory for ne and ou will then
always keep some in the house.
Tree frosi Mildew.
Most Prolific Gooseterrv known.
Currantft, Grapes, Etc,
L am the larger
I grower mire world
Our soil is specially adapted for growing-
extra strong r!a-ts. Before bu in
get my pnees. l c.iu save you money,
G. M, Cox
our brave soldier boys
want to live on the .
best, and has another
thousand sacks of his
to arrive Monday. The last car
" tickled the cooks. Trv a sack.
f happy drmln4. Tk. miwt mt hvpf
tBaideHlio is a elor hi ?lUMd nuror,
which. wkM th wit iifujttiv into th
g-hostland mt drctai, nlMb th iapro.
ions of wklaf hear. If tkmmm iampro.
ions r plaasrat mmi pinl awd hVTt
she will mil i her tp. If th impns
sions r ths mt MiSeri; wnm, tr
tnred with the special- silrnea wfiich
the emiaia orsaaista HW, th pictaro
is spoiled hy th liaea m naflerlaf aad do
spondeaey. ICaladi T this aatar onftt a
woman for joyous at4dahod aad far ca
pable motherhood. Thaw iaeapaeitat her
to bear th bardea mt lif in aay ephara
of action. Household, laarital aad social
duties alik are a bardea t the womaa who
is coastantly aufferiaa; ftorn headaches,
backaches, draffgrins; seasatioas aad weak,
eningr draias. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scriptioa positively, catletely, nnfail
ingly cares troubles of this aatura. It
imparts health, strength, viyaT ta th dis
tinctly womanly rtaaa. It tmt ear
free, healthy fiiaideahoad fcapaer wtfahaad
and capable motherhd.
"I have a little fp aaaajater w Yi a.
Vitus' Dance, which mr WMm rrf,
writes Mra. T. T- Bom, mt For. IMBwM4 O.,
Va. " I apeat abont twenty dailar r doctor's
bills and medicine, and it did aot to th child
one cent's worth of food. '7eontaieae4jdvi;
Dr. Pierce'a Favorit Praaeriotiaa sod ' Qa&Aam
Medical Diacovery' and mmmk tare hottlo mt
each, which cost only aai dallai a.
Haw th child
is runniuf aroaas Taxy wi
healthy as ever."
aad a just as
Having finished the plastering
worK Bill McLain has a cam gone.
Dentist Palmer made a business
trip to Plainville this week.
Mrs. McCall, mother of Mrs.
Ward, returned to her home m
Misses Schwaller, Conboj', and
Nickles also Patsy McCarthy and
Elans Jenaen returned to then
college duties this week.
The senuiue 'Round Oak' can be
found only at
Geo. Philip & Son's.
25 per cent
This week Anton Preiling, ir.
ot Herzog: married the pretty 18
year old girl, Barbara Wittman,
of bat place.
&W f Hays, Kansas, Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that the
f'ily of Hays has the money on
hand and is nrerjarectv to nav the
following City warrants, riz:
Warrant Amt, J Varrart, Am.
No. S58 $2,57 ! No. 824 $3.27
76 11.10 j
8S4 20.00 I
And Interest will
same after January 14. 1899.
C H. GitASS
City Treasure ,
Hftys. Kansas, Jan. 4. 1899.
G A. Vrtn Hall, thaJeadinsr drug
ffest of Butler, Mo., writes: "We
are having splendid success with
Braes' Blood Purifier and Blood
Maker, It is one of the best sellers
we ever had and gives satisfaction
to all who hav tried it We take
pl asure in recommending it."
Farley sells it.
I want your trade, therefore
I have placed in my store a fiat
Brown and Black Duck Coats.
Large stock of v,o
sti ictly all wool M " I f
full assortment of heavy & fieced
lir-td 'Underwear, and a uplendid
selection of fall and winter
caps, gloves & mitts,
M stojk of
boots and shoes
is complete in every respect.
1 have opened up some fine flee
ed lined Felt shoes and a full
slock ot Rubbers. Slippers & Ar
tice In fact, my store is over
flowing with good you need and
that will add to joar comfort dur
insl the long full & winter menths.
My- line cannot be touched by
oi mpetition eo call and examine
- Your interest and mmo areiden
Mis Delia Wood has returned
home from her eastern trip
Henrv McQuir has again pur
chased the Rtom residence back of
Hfiamiers and moTod ther
Haffara;r gave th town rnmp
near Zeiglers ?tor a food fixing
this week -
25 Der cent off n
all suits at Warm's
J ndge'a oe is
in the Frobato
r)ioieinr over a
cut baby sir! that has corae to
oia horn thes happy days.
John Sooth has mad an sti-
mat ard finds there over 50,000
bushels ot wbaat is th neighboi
hood of Catharine that will be
brought to this town to sell.
25 Der cent ff on
all Overcoats at
C. II. Wanns
The U P. Railroad kindly cave
the Free Prass an advertising
contract for 1899 so our readers
tvill see their notices and the good
things they offer to" travelers.
Typhoid Fever and all kindred
ailments preveated aid curad by
he use of Bergs' Littla Giant Pills
We keep them Farley,
The D uggest.
Attorney Laing and family ot
Colorado Spiinsrs spent the holi
days w?th friends in Rusell.
Came up here last Saturday to
look up some of his cases in our
The Gun was not found that
gun was taken by a boy from a
house and set up asrain&t another
house, hid it so the old man would
find it. The boy best bring back
the amnnition also the other things.
And bring back the Chtistmas
toys, pop guns, keys etc. That
boy should go to the Reform
School for a lesson.
Bran new blood is what conquer
ed Spain, and what you can have
to conquer the world by using
Bges' Blood Purifies and Blood
Maker. Thre is no substitute.
W keep it. J,C. Farley.
Taxes must be paid at once. The
law provides that where taxes on
Personal propertv remain unpaid
the treasurer SHALL between the
10th and 15th days of January is
sue warrants to the sheriff fiir ml
lection of the same with all costs
and fees Pay now and save that
post. PHILIP JACOBS
County Treasurer -
On Monday Gov Stanley and
the republican state, officers take
hurge at Topeka and here Nolan.
IVn Miller, Knoche and Alex
Meiei take bold and commissioner
Joe Griese commences his second
3 year term, On Tuesday the new
Legislature meets, the Senate re
maining Populist as before, the
Republicans having the House and
it looks as if Steve Osborn would
he -peaker. No political legislation
can da enacted. No repealing.
Cocntt Superintendent of Public
Quarter begins Oct. 1st, 1898. Ends
Dec 3 1st, 189?i.
Ellis County, Kansas.
This report is to be made out and
transmitted to tne State Superintendent
of Public instruocion on he last Monday
of March, June, September and Decem
ber, and a copy thereof filed with the
county clerk for publication. The
County Superintendent also certifies to
the County Commissioners that these
reports have been duly made and trans
mit ted as required by law.
1 Number of district schools visited
thi quarter, giving number of each dis
trict: 4, 13, iG, 11, r3, 13, 25, 32, 37.
53, 28, 24. 40, 4l, 45. 35, 18,
2. Averagre length of tone spent in
actual school inspection, hours
3. Number of written reports of such
visits made to the district board, .... 8
4. Number of consultations with dis
trict boards, 3i.
. Number of days office has been
kept open at county-seat, .2.
G. Number of examinations of dis
t ict clerks' records, h
Number kept as required law, ii.
7. Number of examinations of dis
trict treaaur-rs' records, Ji
Number kept as required by law, n
8. Number of teachers' met tings at
ft Number of lectures delivered,
10. Is the office supplied with suitable
record books, as required by the exist
iug law? Yes.
11. umberof certificates granted, 13
Urst grade, 5; seconu grade, 4;- third
grade. 4; temporary, 0
To the State Superintendent of
I'cbuc Instruction, Tofexa. Kansas:
I hereby certify the above to be a cor
rect statement of the work of this office
in the matters herein reported, for the
qnarter ending this day.
Dated at Hays City. tfrU 2Gth day of
Dec. IS98. -L.
D. Krrcirxf y
County &vBfaV44i 4&t Oe-amtyA
The yoang folks enjoyed another
foci hi aarrno ai ice nan juonany.
Bowlbr of vshe Saline was m
Maaday nd closed up the Claussen
esat before the Pmbatc Judge.
Tee crafting commenced again
this - tveek,- biuriful 10 inch ico
being put ta the ice houses in our
25 per cent off on
all Beetg at Wann's,
See the Anti-Rust Tinware at
Register of Dds, Brumgardt,
collected daring the year $92:2
mora thambi a 'salary under the
new salary lavr, and paid it into
the connty treasurer,
Philip & 8o hare just received
from th factory an invoice of
their otto brand of warranted
Judd Wood has now everything
in shape at hiw Photograph gallery
aad wants you to come see his
s imples of work, r
The W.C T U. will meet with
Mrs. Ceph Grass next Tuesday,
Jan. 10, at 2:30 p.m. These me6t
ings are growing in interest and
numbers and All are invited.
25 PER CENT OFF ON
ALL SUITS AT WANN'S.
The papers have come that will
establish the new Post oihee at
Toulon with R. S. Bratt as
Monday was ob&crved as New
Tears holiday, the bank and post
office closed and little business was
done around town.
Beggs' Hair Kenewer. The old
reliable hair restorer and Invigora
tor, tor over 30 years the leader in
it line. If you give it a trial you
ill recommend it to your friends.
S Id at Farley's Drug stoie.
A few tons of Alfalfa
hay for sale. Apply
to M. J. R. Treat.
Philip and Son have just receiv
ed a large Invoice of Shining
Light Harness Oil Blacking, the
best preparation m the world for
harness. Also Shining Light wa
gon and buggy Axle Urease.
Farm for sale.
A 160 acre farm, 10 miles sonth
vest of Hays, all good farm land,
100 acres in wheat, splendid well,
ti-ih pond and stone milk house
over 8prmar, a story stone nouse.
bnrn and blacksmith shop.
Price reasonable on easy terms, or
ou wheat payments. Call on or
Address ISRAEL GRENELL
Hays P J.
W. T. SUTGLIFF.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office over First National Bank
Hay 8 City, Kansas.
Appointment as Administrator
1st published iec. Si. 18U8
State of Kansas. Illia Co. 83,
In the Probata court in and for said
in tne matter ox tne instate oi
Nathan HEED, - deceased.
Notice of Appointment.
Notice i3 hereby given that Letters of
administration have been granted to
the undersigned on the estate of
Nathan Keec1, deceased, late of said
Go, by the Hon,,; th Probate court of
bins county Kansas, dated the 28th day
of Dec. A D, 193. Now all per
sons having claims against the said
estate, are hereby notified that they
luust present the same to the under
signed . for allowance within one year
from the date of said Letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of
aid estate; and that if such claims be
not exhibited within 3 jears after the
date of said Letters, they shall be for
Hairy C. Freese.
Adra. of the estate of Nathan Reed,
Dated Dec. 28, 1893. d3i d28ptfee .
. r nnrr
Shelf hardware, tin
ware, stoves, oils and
gasolene at prices
reduced to suit
"hard times" at
The old reliable hard
ware store corner
sts. Hays city.
The Board of Co. Commissioners
closed up their year; work on tasr
Thnivfbiv when cunmiu ncr Fl ir
deion of Eliis resigned, ii- h s
given 5 vears t his time Irom s
business; he cnul In't afford i;; d;d
not wunt the office; wanted t t
sign 12 months ago, and-now hr
would and did. The Board uc
cepted wh resrret as he ha? beer, u
h?rd worker and constant wtlen
dant r.t his duties.
Then the other commissioner ai d
county cWrk unanimously cbo.e
A. B NORUROSS to fill the place
until the next election. He is the
candidate whom the Pops ran astfa
Henderson, one of the straigbtest
and best farmers in the county, has
lived near Ellis 20 years and, it
he accepts, will be a commissioner
satisfactory to all the taxpayers,
TO CURE A CQLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund money if it fails
to cure 25 cents. The genuine has
L. B Q. on each tablet.
25 PER CENT OFF ON
ALL OVERCOATS AT
C M. WANN'S.
Attorney Brvant of Denver was
here last Saturday and this week
attending to some cases he had
before the District and Probate
court. He still has lots of practice
in our Courts,
Scalds, burns, old sores, tumors,
piles, and all relieved at once, and
in time effectually cured by the use
at that perfect ointment, Beggs'
German Salve. Ask vour drug
gest for sample and take no other.
For sale bv Farley,
More parties have been in this
week to put Reservoir papers on
the rough, vacant land adjoining
their pastures, while a number ot
fellows have been in to look after
vacant land where they can get a
claim and not live on it.
Monday beinsr observed as a
holiday the Commissioners did not
meet, but met Tuesday and closed
p the years husiness. Procedmgs
will appear at length next week.
The Peter Dreilinor road petition
in Victoria township was rejected.
Mr. Treat of Hays and J. Nich
olson were appointed the nex treas
2Q GBKTSGIYEM EMMY.
Cut this out, write your
name across it in ink and take
i to J. C. FARLEY, the drug
irist, and be will jjive you a 25
cent bottle of Dr. bawvers
Ukatine for 5 cents. Ukatme
cures an torms or ivmnev aim
culties, puffed eyes, muddy com
piexion, makes sallow and yel
low skin white cures water
brash, cures pains iu stomach
and liver, cures constipation.
Remember the place.
At J C. Fai lev's
Fruit trees & Vines-
The Elberta peach
and other Peaches, J ipan Plums,
and a general line of
Prices Low. Our stock is good
and sure to grow,
(if properly handled.
J. F. Cecil,
NORTH TOPEKA. KANSAS.
CHARLES L. KAGEY.
AXTORJSIEY AX LAW,
AN9 NOTARY PUBLIC.
Uffice m Brick Block, up . stairs over
1st National Bank.
New Contest Notice, Ito. i3,999.
Department of Interior,
C S, Land Office: Wakeeney, Kat..
Dec. 8, 18y8:
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been tiled in tkis office by Nefe
Belleau, contestant, against Timber
culture entry iNo. 12.uyo. made .Nov
2ist for & Wsei S 23, Tl2
south range 16 weetti P.M. by George B
Lightcap contestee, in which it is alleg
ed that Ulaimant died intestate seve
ral years airo and was & single man.
and leaving his father, George Lightcap
the sole surviving parent; That deceas
ed claimant during his lifetime nd hia
father since his deth failed to plow.
r--plow, plant or replnt ten acres or
any part thereof to trees, tree seeds or
cutting at any time during or since the
8th year ot entry, or cause tho same to
be done; that there are no trees mrow
ing on said land and nas not been since
prior 10 etn year oi entry.
baid parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and oiler evidence,
toucmng sua auesranon. at 9 oeloe
a. m. on Feb. 8th. 18S9, before the Keg-
isier and Keceiver at the Untted States
LiondUmee in Wakeeney, Kansas.
I. T. PURCELL. Rf?ister.
As I have bought the Milliners
goods in the Denniag, Fitzpatrick
store, and propose to lay in anew
stock, all the beautiful laces, hatsu
ribbons, everything, will be sola
at wholesale prices, Ladies should
call and see the goods.
Topelca Seed Eioose
Estahiished in 1876.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Garden. 7i!3.
and Flower Seeds, Floweriae
Fruit trees, Small fruit and Grape Tines, Tfttef,
Flower rots, wire stands. We have a
fine stock of 2 year old hardy constant blooming
A. fine assortment of hardy Flowering SHRUBS, and
Climbing Vines for FALL PLANTING.
IMPROVE YOUR HOME BY PLANTING FLWEBIE&
SHRUBS AND TREES
sA una and GRAIN Buyers, and tbinpert c
- lOUUCe Apples and all kinda ol Ftodsc
Ground Oyster heP, eround Bone, Crystal Qrit
Piatt's Poultry food. Lee's Lico killer sura death
to vermin on Poultry. Give it a trial
Send for Retail Seed CATALOGUE, Airexs
. x m -v Mt rnm TT" a
tf. uowns, ""pr -k'z .rOBa
1 am keeping at
BRANDS OF FLOUR.
that I am selling at lowest pnees.
I guarantee my
PERFECTION HIGH PATEDT-
GEO. M. COXa
y ma UUmJ
Only set of Abstract Records
in Ellis county.
HAYS 0ITY, KANSAS
threshers, binders, drills, mowoiD
rakes, plows, wagons, buggie
and everything in the line of
Price pr ptckte 15ctt.
Price per box
containing 2 doas iack's $2
Obtain it fbom toub
If he does not keep it
tena us aoove amounr.
WE PAY POSTAGE
k OR EXPRES3AGE.
Stern & Saaiberg
311 west 40th street.
NEW YORK CUT.
Bulbs. Plants. Shrsfes,
my elevatoro la
A. KEsm-Afi IT i