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Dodge City Tdees.
THE TIMES rUELISIILNG CO.
iticial Paper of the City.
Published on Every
akacrlptlon. Per Year,
Sabtctlptica, Six Month?,
tebKription, Three Months
SO cent f.
1. Any irnon bn taVee a paper reiriilarlr oat
T the pott-office wliethi-rdirt-cK-d tohU name or
Whether he bac nlcribel or not is rerponfiblc
fr the payment. ,. ,
t. H a perron orders bis paper di-coniinncil,
fca inert pay all arn-am-e or the j.ubli-her may
(ntictic to send it until pajment is made, and
eollect the holc amount, whether the paper is
ttktn from the offlce cr not.
I From onr regular cornpondei t
Washington- D. C. April 7th 1890.
One of the most time honored cus
toms in Washington is that of epg roll
ing on Easter Monday, an anniversary
strictly observed by the juveniles. For
two hours this morning a regiment of
mothers, and a battalion of In-h, Ger
man and colored nurses, wearing the in
evitable French caps, rnarhalled an
army ef pretty infantry toward the
White House grounds. The adjacent
trects were thronged. On the field of
battle the struggle for cgg3 was fierce
and prolonged, and when the camp fol
lowers were left alone with the spoils,
thousands of eggs strewed the sward.
The children who come to the egg
breaking constitute an essentially dem
ocratic mob. No children arc too dain
ty, none too humble and none too young
to enjoy the sport. Between '"Baby"
McKcc. who is of course entitled to
the first pla-re among society infants
daring the present administration, and
the half clad colored youngsters from
unknown back alleys, is a social dis
tinction as difficult of comprehension as
the distance from the most remote star
to the earth, and yet for a few hours
they are part of the same picture. In
fact tne ebony youth has the belter of
most of the wealthier children, for he
is learned in the art of breaking eggs,
and generally winds up with his pockets
and Etomachc alike full. I saw one
colored boy being attended by a friend
ly policeman, who stated that the lad
claimed to have eaten forty egg, and
choked on the forty-first.
A' history of White House childrcu
would make an interrfstitis; volume,
there have been so many generations of
them in that building. The most inter
esting one I recall was little Tad Lin
coln who had a full officers outfit and
wbo used to make war all by him
self in the noiseiest way, and whose
death, in this houtc, was a sore tiial to
hit lion-hearted father. The Hayes
children were a peculiarly prim crew.
There was only a short season of spring
playing for the Garfield children before
their sorrow came upon them, bnngiug
the longest season of silence the White
House ever knew. Thcic were no more
children in the While House until the
pretcnt administration, when the Har
rison family brought enough and to
spare. And the one warm spot in Pres
ident Harrison's otherwise cold nature,
so aver his enemies, isMiis love for the
babies of his household.
Mr, Stone, of Missouri, had the un.
comfortable experience on Friday, of
feeling the wrath of bis friends as well
as his enemies. The question before
the house referred to certain private
pension bills, favorably reported, but
Mr. Stone spoke on the pension prob
lem in general. He said that he was in
favor of calling a halt ''in this extrava
gant wasteof public funds. He believ
ed the government had dene enough,
and that everything that was now done
was for mere political effect a use of
the treasury for campaign purposes.
His speech was vehemently denounc
ed by democrats and republicans alike.
More especially democratic members
repicscnting constituencies with a large
soldier clement The feeling" against
Mr. Stone was so evident that he clos
ed with but a mild protest against fur
ther pension legislation.
Whether Mr. Stone be right or wrong
Congress owes it to all claimants to
make provision for the speedy adjudi
cation of pension cases. The Bureau,
as it exists, whether for want of clerks
or want of management, is wofully be
hind with work. A letter written in a
case is answered perhaps never, per
haps in a year. Testimony is some
times considered after a 3'cars delay.
In cases that have once bscu rejected,
a rc-hcaring on t pertinent evidence is
well nigh unobtainable. The appeal
board in the Interior department is now
twenty-nine months behind with its
work. The claimants arc not all tit;
serving, but the greater number arc
certainly old and poor and it would be
a mercy to decide their elaimes as early
as possible one way or the other.
A Serious Inre Spell.
A yoanf lady slrtffs ii our choir
Whose hair U the color of phoir;
But her beauty's unique,
She has such a fair chiquc
That I always enjoy sitting nhcir.
Eoaie day II! complete my design
And ask the fair maii to be niign.
If she's not a coquette.
Which I'd grcat'y rczructte,
I shall wed her for whom I now pitn.
Kansas City Star; Some enterprising
fifteen has invented a machine by which
ffc horns of cattle for shipment can be
wed ofl quite rapidly. In this way four
ore cattle can be crowded into a. car.
Hits Is a cnicl invention, as the horns are
sawed down to the head. Such a lot of
blood and horns as arc to be loimd at the
-fltpot here, where more than 200 cattle
bare had their bonis tavcJ oft", is a sight
bajTOwinz to the feelings. The society
tor tin-' picveiition of cruelty to animals
rtifV'ftiltai 'vitii Hie matter. Dehorning
-s a uuueiu some states.
Is Your Seed Corn O K?
1W more important question than the
one of seed confronts the growing of
corn. Xo matter how well the ground
may be jreparetl and fertilized, or care
fully worked, if the seed be not the best,
r.nd in a vigorous condition, able to start
out tro:ig ::crms, rootlets and blades,
much of the other labor, care aud ex
pense will he lost. And after just such a
winter as we have had. and Spring as we
are having, the probabilities arc against
the seed being in good form. Warmth,
dampness, and chilliness, following each
other in rapid succession can hardly have
failcrl to injure the minute germs stored
in the b ibe of the kernel, from which ail
growth must start.
Ten per cent, is considered an average
large profit in all business except farm
ing. One missing or weak hill in every
ten in the field makes a differenccc of ten
per cent iu the resulting crop, while all
cost of labor is the same for the 90 as for
the 100 per cent crop. The 4 or 5 quarts
of setd per acre is a small part of the ex
pense of growing an acre of com, and
yet this seed largely decides the result.
The testing of all seeds now. simple as
it is, should be done. Select aud count
50 or 100 kernels of corn such as you in
tend planting, aud place them between
two sods or wet blankets and place near
the kitchen stove, keep them damp and
see how many have sent out vigorous and
healthy shouts at the end of a few days.
If 93 or 100 scuds do not give strong
sh-jots, try it again aud if a second fail
ure occurcs get other seed at any cost.
Attend to this test now so as to allow
opportunity to procure new seed. Two
dollars Dcr bushel is hut 23 or SO cents
per acre, or hardly a fortieth part of the
expense ol the crop.
When the cost of seel is so little, why
not get the best to be had. Our great
corn Inhibit showed that of the sampl s
of corn appearing alike, one had douhle
the weight of cob found in the other.
The same is true regarding carlincss and
other qualities. A variety that is a few
days earlier than auothcr is apt to eocape
a frost that would kill the slower one.
Inteilgent action nowhere pays better
than in sclcctinz the best of seed corn.
1'ir-t Publication April 11, 1S20.
liy virtue c,f an order of cale if sued out of the
Distri t Court of Ford county, Kanea?, herein
Ahali Pit rce wn plaintiff, aud R. C. Dewcll and
Xelllc I). Dct!l, his wiTc, were defendants, I
batnrdiy. May lTtli, 1830,
at the lio.ir of 5 o'cluck, p. m., at the front door of
the building now nt-ed as a court house in the city
of Do lge, county of Ford and state of Kansas
oiler for talc at public auction to the highest bid
der, fur cash in hand, all the right, Utle and in
terest of the aboe named defendants in and to
the follouinj: tle-cnbed real property, situated in
the county of Ford, and state of Kans, to-wit:
The Koutlincst quarter of section scienteen, IT,
towT.'hip tirinty-scien, 27, range tiventy-one, 21,
taid uropt rty is let ied upon as the property of
the alc named defendants, and will be sold
without api-rai-emcnt to satisfy said order of sale.
shcriiTs oSice, Ford county, Kansas, April 9th,
II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
and Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Firt Publication April 11th 1890.
lly iriuoof an order of sale isucd out of the
District Court of Ford connty Kansa. wherein
Dann:el .Mrrrittuas plaiuliffand D. C. Underwood
andMry E. Uundcrwood his wire were defend
ai ts, 1 ill, on
Saturday May 17 1SJ0
at tl.c hnnr of 2 o'clock p. in., at the f roit door of
the build ug mnr used a a Court house in thecity
of l!o ige. county ol Ford and state of Kansas, of
fer for s.tlc at public auction to the highest Wilder,
for ca-Ii in hand, all the right, title and interest of
the ab-n r-i.amt.-it dt fenuants in ami two tne follow
ing tlc-cribctl real property, situated In the county
of Ford anj t.ttc of Kan-as, to-wit:
The north hilf of the southeast qnaiter and the
north h .If of the southwest quarter or section 21,
twenty-rue in townhip2n, tncuty-elght. range
Said proierty is leietl upon as the property of
the aww nanieu aeienuauis, aim win oe eoia
without appraisement to satisfy said order of sale.
Sheriff's oClce, Ford county, Kan., Apiil 9. 189J.
II. B.BELL, Sheriff.
W. J. Patterson
and Attornc s for plaintiff.
First Publication April 10.1SW.
By virtue of an ordt-rof sale f-sucd out of the
District court of Ford county Kansas, wherein
J. B. Watklus was plUutiJ uud Jacob R. Adams
and j'ary Adann hi- wife. J. M: Doby, and Mro.
J. M. Duby his wife, U. J. Doby and Mrs. R. J. Do
ty his wife defendants. I will on
J-aturdav Mav 17th. 1890.
att'ie h3urof2o'cloek p. mnt the front door of
tne bantling now used s a court uoue in tne city
of Dtnlge, county of Ford and state of Kansas, of
fer for sale- at public auction to the highest bidder
for cuh in luin-1. all the right title and interest of
the ntKnc nanie'd defendants in t.nd to the follow
ing di-cribcd property, situated in the connty of
Ford and state of Kansas, to-wit:
The i nrthwtst quarter if section 3, twenty
fiv tin-ii-hip 2, twenty-eight. t-a.ue2l
S-id J .-opcrtj is levied np.ui as the- property tif
the ntovc-oanud defendants, aud will be sold
without appr.,is'mcnt to satisfy said tinier of silc.
fchcrlXs office-. Ford countv. Kun., Alii 9th lts.
II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
W. J. Patterson
M. SummcrSclJ, ,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
XOT1CE TO NOX-RE-IDEXT DEFENDANTS.
IFir-t puolicitjoa April 11th, 1SW.
In the llirtrict Court of ihe State of Kansas Inard
for Ford county.
The Alliance Trust Company, a corporation.
TranV W'uitted, Florence Whitted, Mary A
Whitney and Jones T. Wilson,
To Frank Whitted, Florence Whitted and Jones
T. Yiil-en, defendants in the aboe entitled
You arc herebv notified that von have been sued
by the plaintiff iu the District Court of the State
of Kau-as iu und for Ford County, and that on or
be-fore the 21th day of May, A. D. l9J,Jou mnt
answer the petition ol the plaintiff, now on file in
the office of the Clerk of said District Court, in
which the plaintiff nskstliat a judgment be ren
dered by the Court foreclosing a mortgage given
hytiie defendants Frank Whitted and Florence
hit'sd to the I-orab.iril Investment Company and
now owned by the plaintiff, upon the following de
scribed real property, situated in the county ol
Fordand state of Kansas, tn-wit:
The southwest quarter of section 2, two, town
ship twenty-nine 29, south. Range twenty-three
21 west of sisth p. ra. that the equity of redeni-s-tlon
of each nd all of the defendants named in
the titlt; of siiJ ciue t and to saitf mortgaged
premises be fort-ttr barrt-d and foreclosed; that
uny right, title. Hen or Interest owned or claimed
by you or either of you. In or to said premises,
be adjudged to be junior and inferior to the plain
tiff's mortgage Hen thereon and that said lands be
sold to pay the indebtedness secnr.-d by said
Yon ere hereby notified tht, if you fail to an
swer sniU petition on or before the - ay hercl-.be-fore
stateo. the facts and alle-gitions containe i in
said ptiitioa will betalen r- true aud judgment
rendered as therein prayed for.
I Seal. Clerk or the Distric: Court.
L. E Md.ARHY, De.-nty.
D. II. EUicn, Attorney for plaintiff.
XOTICE TO SON'-Rl.oIDE -T UEFKXDAXTS
First rublicat on Apri 11, 1S90,
Is the District Conrt of the State or Eantai in and
for 1 nnty.
The A.1-. nee Trust onipatj at, ry.r.iivi
Edgar McKcan, Unldih S. McKear,, L. C. Lane
and Joan J. Van Valke-nburg
To E1gar McKcan. Haitian MrKeun ar,d John
J. VanVElkeuburg-, defrndacts In Ite above enti
Yoa arc hereby notified ti Jt yo-i have been su
ed by the plaintiff in he .'isfrict rouit or the
state of Knusas, in and for Ford Countv, and that
on or before the-21th day of Ma;. A 1). lSSil, n
must answer tht-petinn tif the ul intuT, now -.nfiv
In the c.Sice of thj irb-rk of said D:.it1.- i, . 1 ..
whichtbe plalatiff asks train judgra-i.t 00 re--ercd
bv the Conrt foreclo.ng a m.-rtgsge given by
the defeniiiits Edgr McK -sn slid Ilaid.h Jlc-
Ivean to tne m wrj are
now owntsl bv tb-; rls r-rr
destrib- d r al pro crty si
Font a S.tat of 1. lis .
Ttftsfj hlf..f :' - -
south ll 7 of ti.f sOillh
twer.y-. e tot.--l.ij- -"
ranrv. lurui -;tm r- -equity
t rcicni- 'v .
fendii'- tr.ntt "'
ra.d m V re-
nwn.t f u
t . .
nt c-wir-ar.v RJ Suert:
! 'b ccsi.iy of " '
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, ' , it. r ot
to the plaintiff's mortgag" lien tberroa and that-)
Mia Unas ne oia lo pay tne in Jetiiedncss eccnrea
by Faid mortgage.
Yoa arc further notified that if yon fail to ar
eurer said petition on or before the day bereinNs
fore Mated, the fact and allegation contained it
Hid petition will be taken as true and judgment
rendered as theicin prayed for.
Cleric of the District Court of Fore Connty. Kan.
tSEAL.1 L E. McGRKX, llcpnty.
D. H. Ettit-n, Attorney for plaintiff.
IFirst Publication April 11 lb90.
State of Kansas. Ford county, SS.
Carrie It, Rath, PkinUff.
James Langton, Hnsslc Langton. The Kansas
Citv Hardware Company. The E. F. Ilalleck Lum
ber and Manufacturing Companr.and A. J.Tiede
By irtuo of an Order of S Je to me directed aud
delivered, lsned out of the 27th judicial District
Court of the state er Kansas, sitting in and for
Ford county, in said stale, I will on
Saturday. May 17th, ISW.
at the hour of 2o'cockp. m. of said day at lb?
west frontdoor of the court house iu the city of
Dodire city, in the countv ai.d state afon-said.
offer at public sale. Ld sell to the highest bidder
lor caan la nana tut followicg described real es
All of lots 13, thirteen, 14, fourteen, and that
part of lot 15, fifteen, known as the -Panhandle"
part, except 2j, twenty-five feet square rcfened
for and row- r ccupie-d by a powder hon-e, all in
section 29 twenty-nine, township 2(5. twenty-six,
rauge21, iwenty-foi.r, also lots one, 1, and two, 2,
in block .v., fifty-Cvt- In the city of Dodge City and
the undivided half interest in the cast half of lot
1, blk 12, rigLts Addillcn to the city of DouVe
Said property to l-e sold as commanded in said
order of sale. II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. April, 9th, lh'JO.
IFir;t publication April 11 1F90.
State of Kansas, Tord County. SS:
York Draper Mercantile Company, Plaintiffs.
Morris Coller, Dufendant.
Dy irtuecf a special execution to me ii;-cct 1
and de-lrtered, issued out of the 27th judicial Hi
trict conrt of the slute of Kansas sitttr.g iu an for
Ford couuty, in said sta'e, I will on
Saturday May 17 IfcOl)
at tbehourof-io'clttk p. iu. of said day, at the
court hoie door In" l).-dge City in the couutyand
state aforesaid, offer at public sale and sell to tho
highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following de
scribed real property to-wit-
Block no. 19 Wives addition to Dodge City. Also
a strip of land destribe-d as fullous. Commenc
ing at the northwest corner of said block 19, thence
west 15 feet thence south to the norih lii.e of the
right of way of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fc
R, R. Thenraj easlcrl) along said north line of said
right of way 15 feet to the southwe-t corner of lot
3J. blockSO, in said Oliies Adddition, thence north
along the west line of said lot 32 ai-d also along
the wcstlinc of block 19 to the plicc of beginnliiir,
cieeptin. that union of the said strp lving with
in the boundaries of Oliic street iu said Ulites
Said proper! v to be sold as commanded by the
said Special Execution.
II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, April Sth lc99.
First publication April II, 1S99.
State of Kansas, Cou ty or Ford. SS.
C. J. Robertson Plaintiff,
Fred W. Bishop Bihop his wife, and D.
W. Abcll, Defendants.
By irtne of an order of gale I'sned out of the
Ford District court sitting in and for Ford count-,
in the atxnc entitled action and to me directed, I
Saturday the 17th day of May A. D. 1809.
at2o'clookin Ihe afternoon of saiddar, at tho
front door or the court bouse in said county, offer
for sale at public auction und sell subject to a
lien of a certain mortgage executed to secure the
payment of $500 00, ami interest thereon from the
first day of February 18f9, and recorded in ol. II,
at page 101 in tho office of the Register of Deeds
of said Ford county, without appraisement to the
highest and best bidder for cash in hand, to vali-fy
said order or sale, all the right, title and interest
w hatsoct er of the above-named defendants, and
each of them, and of all persons cluiuiing under
them in and to the follow ing described tract, piece
and parcel of land ly lug and situate Iu said county
of Ford, to-wit:
The northeast quarter of section twcnty-fije 25
In town&hlp twenty-nine 29, range twenty-flia
25 west of the 0th p. in. containing ICO acres, moie
or less, together with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditam. uts and appurtenances thereun
to belonging or in any wise appertaining.
Given under my h ind at my office in the city of
Dodge City in said county, this Sth day of April
1S9D. II. II. BELL, sheriff.
George J. Barker, Attorney ror plaintiff
First publication April 11 1S90
By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the
District court of Ford county Kan-as, wherein
J. B. Watkins was plaintiff and Andrew It. Bul
lock, Maggie E. Bullock, Jones C. Jones and
Elizabeth Jones w ere deft ndants, I will on
Saturday. May 17, 1S9U.
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at the front door of
the building now used as a court hou.e in the city
of Dodgo, county of Ford and state of Kaunas, of
fer Tor sale at public auction to the liighr-st bidder
for cash in band, all the right, title und interest
of the aboie-nanied dt feudants, in aud to the fol
low ing dt scribed real property, situated in the
county of Ford and state of Kansas, to-wit:
Lot eight, S or section thiity-twoSJand Iois3A-l
three and fourof tt-ctiou thirty-three : towuship
twenty-seven 27 raise 21 twenty-one.
Sold property is levied upon as the property of
theahoic-iinuied defendants, and will be sold with
out appraisement to satisfy said order of sale.
bhenfTs office. Ford countv, Kan., April 9, 1S90.
II. B. BELL, sheriff.
At orneys for plaintiff.
First sublicatlon April 11 1690.
By irtuj of an order issued out of the District
court of Ford County Kansas, wherein Henry
Dickinson was plaintiff and Thomas Ashe-r and
Mrs. Thomas Asher his wire, William II. Dalzt-U
and Martha Dalzcll his wire, were defendants, I
w ill on
Saturday, May 17th 1S00.
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in., at the front door of
the bnilding now used a a court houc In tl.c
city of Dodge, couuty of Ford and state of Kansis,
offer for sale at public auction to the highest bid
dcr for cash in hand, all the right, title and Inter
est of the above-named defendants in and to the
following described real property, situated In the
connty of Ford and slate of Kansis, to-wit:
Thesouta e st quarter of section 29, twenty-nine
township tw euty-niuc 29. range 21, tw enty-onc
Sell property Is levied upon as the property of
the al'ote-iiamid defendants, and will be sold
without appraisement U sa'Isfy said ordi-r orsale
SUerife' oll.ee, f o:u ti.ut.lj, Ivan., A.illl !, li'At.
11.11. BcXL, sheriff.
W. J. Patterson
and Att jrncys for plaintiff.
First Publication Aptil 10th, iS9J.
Bytirluu of anorucrof Kale issued out of the
Di-trict Court of Ford county. Kan-a, wherein
John J. 1 tix was plaiutiff, and William Piciller
aim Mrs. William Pfelffer. his wife-, aud Theodore
Pfciffer, were defendants. I will or.
Saturday, May 17tli, 1SU.
iat the hour of i o'clock, p. ni at the front door of
tLv buildirg now uscu as a court house in the ciO
ol Dodge, county of Ford and statu of Kansas, of-fe-rfor
sule at pnb ic auction to the highest bidder
for cash in baud, all the right, title and interest of
the aboi e named de f endants in and tti tut follow
ing described real propertj, s tuatcd in the eoun
ly of Ford aud slate of Kausas, to-wit: 1 he south
east quancr of section clocn, 11, township
twenty se-ien, 27, range twenty-two, 22.
said property is lc ie-d upon is the property o'
tlieaboe uamed defonaanis. and wilt be solu
without appraise n.ent 10 saiicfy sail order of sale
Sheriff's oicc. Ford eouuty, ivausas, April 9 Ji,
II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
W. J. Patterson,
and Attorneys or Plaintiff.
First Publication. April 11, 13a J.
Ily irtuc of aa order of sale !.- icd ojt of the
District curt of Furd county Kansas, wherein
William 1 i. Stone-was plaintiff ani Charier- E.
Deuel!, Martha E. Detve.l, lucQaid C Denell .ud
Xeilie D. Deweil werw defendants, I wiiicu
SilunUj, May 17th 1S9J.
st the hour of 2 o'cloci., p. u., at the front door of
the building used is a cou I huust- in the city or
Dodge, couot) f f't.r ani state of Kansas, offer
for sale at public auction to the highest bidder,
'.rd-h iu hua, -II 1.1-riglt, .ilk- au.i interest
of tut-abite nm-d defendauta in andto the fol
low 11 gc ecrii.ea real p operty. eituitvl I-i the
com...., roruan s a e ot Kansas, to-wit: '
Tht m r -e-iti qu- r .1 ec io.i ID. nlu-"ecn, '
loan-Lip .,, t :i j screnran C21, tueniy-oae.
saut p o -er y . ..niin s tee piope. t.r
the c001e-11-.n-.e-u -ri . dn.is. tnd wilt b.- soM
without a pra.-eiuent 1. sa Isfy said onier cf sai (
iner.usoii.ci., rum cuntj, -.-., Apil. a, lz:
il U. HELL, Sheriff.
W J. j'stt rson
Firat ,- Clio prillll8.
Byirtu of a:i ord-x of sale issue tout of the
- r . e' a.. i . tiw.t.j huav-. wherein
J B t.t.ia -.A;f.ai u, ari John i lumerman
sd Lira i. liti;wt-,Ht 1 bis .vife, vric defend
ai.ts, 1 an. uu
Sststa . lyl71S9&
.1 US ci of i -relets, p ru., at the front door of
the building now u-eu 3 a court hou-e In the city
of Do.tge. cbutiiv of Ft nl and slate of Kausas, of
fer ft-r -a I ai publ.c .tuctiuu w the h'gbest bld
tftr. forrMsL lo h3Cl.au the rijht, title and ioter
rst ol lh abtiee-naiuei dcfendautsiu fcnd to the
following a. scrlbodrtal property, sltnattd in the
CO my of F.-nl and slatr of Kansas, to wit:
The soutaeat qiru: . f -e;l:ou31, thirty one,
t-tw-nshlp 25, twi 111; ni , langt twenty-one, 21.
Said pit pt rty i- Jet- - ut-oacs tbeproperty cf
the abovtr-n.-rat-.-i defe- ..tauis. aud wiit In sole
w ithont appral-t m-tu to satisfy said order of sale.
cuhim 1 t.tu , riu imui, reaittt:( i .', izfw
.1. B. i.i'.L, cluriit.
a. t'a'l. -
'.'toroey ioT pi .:uiiff.
'-- H-i. .0 yrmi uu'B
. ftia -hsmitit rli- p3
HI 1 GET
drouth my trorlc to-dry? I feel iclccrable, n-soV
Stay, tired, p-Jn In my lack, ray food lout digest.
By vhol-t body roe-nj out of ords-. We aajtrer
that it is so --render yoa are In such c broken down
condition, aud yoa will keep ceuistr versa unless
roa can curs ycur LIVER. This Important org-ci
taoutorord-r and yoa must cure it by promptly
p-!---; thos9 svcr fglifyj',-r-----------ppjpy--ai
Dr. C. McLanste Celebrated Liver Pills.
Xney will rcstora yaa and give vl jor ind health to
roar wbole system, euUez yoa strong and weU.
Daly 23 era's a. bo:, and lheyrcaysiTe your lift.
Itk your druggist forthj genuine
CELEBRA TEUUYER PILLS
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
tJ"Loctc-a'.fcr.Cou:.TrnFKns nude la St Loobv
rcni-otcs ms jikkatii.
Natura in Convulsions
Is terrific. Vo'.e-.inic crujitions, cyclone?,
earthquakes are awfully nii'l tremend
ously iiicturcsqac, but scarcely tlcsirablc
to emulate in action auil c-ltect ti' tlieatl
ministration of retncilies wbii-li produce
convulsion and agony in llie abnormal
portion of the human frame. -Such is the
effect of the old fashioned violent purga
tives happily falling more and more into
disuse, aud of which Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters is' the wholesome, pleasant and
'ar ore effective succedantitm. They
weak ted t!ie mt.-stines llie Hitter in
vigorates It 11. 1
active, 1 .
feebleness. 1 ..
and because it
to act a vast a .
The liver is Jn-io
the kidneys :.ls.)
which easilv t
nervousness aud r
'lu-y left the bowels in-
.p icitated by ensuing
. 1 rs. on the contrary,
not forces them
" ite difference
v and regularity.
It re-ijttiri'S annually ."io.000 tons of
Binder Twine to bind t-'.osjr.iiii crop? of
the country. Ten years ago all the sell
binders in existence rotiuired but a few
tons. Tho im!uslr practically started
with a visit made lo 3Ir. Win. Dcering,
the harvester m-' .faeturer, of Chicago,
to lion. Edwin 11. Fitlcr, a rojie manu
faeturer. an 1 the present mayor of Phila
delphia. Sir. DeeritigsubM-qiieiitly found
it so dillicult to get perfect twine that a
lew years ago he equipped a largo twine
factory with the best and most modern
mactnucry, and is now making his own
twine. The value of the annual output
of binder twiuc is about S14.000.000.
Fir-t publication April 5th li'Ml
In the District Court Within and for the County
of Ford and the state of Kansas.
E. J. Field-, Plaintiff.
James .1 BeemK Mary L. EceuiR J. K. WIckisor
and Mrs. Wicklsor, who-c git en name is to
plaintiff unknown. Defendants.
The- State of Kan-as to said Defendants:
Take notice that the said plaintiff, did, on the
first day of April 1S90, file his petition in Slid Dis
trict Court, within and for the county of For.l in
the slate of Kan.a-. aaln-t the said defendants.
and that the said defendant nin-t answer said im
tition filetl ns aroroald, on or uelorc tne iiitn tia)
or Maj-, IrtiO, or said petition will be- tiken as
true, and a judinci t rendered in said action
n-ainst said defendants James J. Iteemi- and Ma
ry L. Beemis for the sum or $XiS (, with Interest
ouSliO.flO thereof at tlie rate of 12 pt r cent, per
annum from the first day or May lbn. ; on t24..A,
thereof at the rate or li per cent, per annum Irom
thofir-tdayorMaylMS: tin $il.."V)thereor at the
nit- of liner cent, nfrannniu from the fir-t day
of Xoeniber, lbS; tin 21,5:1, thereof at the rate of
12 it-r cent. i-r annum Ironi tne ursl day 01 -iay,
lh89: and on f2I 50. thereof at same rate, from
Xn ember fir-t. 1SS9, and fur costs of suit, hi.i1 for
a further judgment ajain-t an u lendants ror the
foreclosure era certain mortgage upon the rollow
inrr described reiil estate, to-wit:
The -outh ea: (pnrtcr ol section 0. townthip 25
south, rangf 21 west. Ijiog and -ituatctl In the
county or Ford in the state or Kan-as, and ad
judging thai s-tid plaintiff his the ur-t lien upon
said iirt-mi-e-. fs-ibiect howeicr. lo a prior morlg
agefnrSTWXW and int rest.) to the amount for
which judgment will b- tat.cn u aforesaid, and
onlt-ring said preml-e-s to be sold without ajs-oiai-eitient.
an 1 Ihe nroceeds iiMdied tti the
payment of Jl.c amount due ti'a'ntlffaail costs of
suit, and forever barring and foreclosing said uc
t Ldants, and each of tlie-ni, cf ci-i Twin all right,
title, fstale. intere t. nroneriv .111 1 tnuit tiflc.
demntlon. Inor to snitliiremi-es. creny r.ut there
t)L Witne-s my hand and official seal thisZd
day of April, Ir-Wl. THO. I.AII 1; v,
ISEAL Clerk of Bl-trict Conrt, Ford Co , ICs.
ByL-E, MCtiAUKl, UcpBiy.
L. K. Sone-r. Attv for-tilainiiir
fFirst publisation Arril Sth. 169-1.
In the District Court Within and for the County
of Ford in the stale of Kansas.
E.J. Fields Plaintiff,
Robert Spencer Defendant.
The State of Kausss to said Defendant :
Take notice that the said pliintiff, did, on llie 3d
(third) day of April IS9-), file hi petition In said
District Conrt, within and for the county of Ford
In the state ol Kansar. arrain't the said del endant.
and that the ssid defendant must answer flid pe
tition filed a aforesaid, on or before tne ltth day
of Mav 189(1, or sale petition will be taken us true,
and a jntlgment rendered in slid action against
said defendant for the sum of Sie'I in) with inter
est on S120 00 thereof at Ihe rate crii per cent,
er annum from the fir t d.iv of February 11-7:
on S-'l.W thereof at the rate -t 12 p-r cent, per
annum rrcra tne first tlay tn rcoruary ia; on
sCl.(X) thercnl at the; rate t f 12 per ct nt 11. r an
num from the fir-t day of August ls-vj;on S2I.(
toercol at the rateof 12 jKreent perannnm Ironi
the first day or February 1SW: onSll.OO tlicrcof
at s.inie rale from Aug 1-t Is!) and fcr cots of
-i!t: and a further judgment tgimst sai.1 tlrfcnd
ant rorthefore-clo-iirt-of ncerlidn mottg'ge or
the follow-in" describetl real e -tale to ".it:
West half of south ca-t quarter anil east half of
south west tpi.iitt-rofstetionil owii-hi,2J ?, of
range 25 wer. lving ami -itcute'd in tho county 1 1
Ford in the stile or Knn-.i-, and cdjndirlrg lliat
said plaintiff has the first lien on said premises,
(subject however, toa prior mortgage lor SSIKi.f")
and lntcre-I) to tne ainour.t lor waicn jiiogineni
wdll be taken as aforesaid, ai.d ordering-said
prcmi-es to be sold without upprai-emenr, and
the proceeds appliedtntl-.epajuient of the amount
due plaintiff and co-tsorsuit,aijd foreitr bnrrli.g
and foreclosing said defendant and each of thein
of and from all rlt'ht, lllle, interest, e-tatc. prop
erty and equity of redeniptiiu, in or to s-iid prein
ies, orani part theitof. Witness my baud cud
racial seal this third dav of April. Istrt.
ci; TIIOS. I.MIEY,
Clerk of District Coutt of Ford Comity, Kan-as.
Bj L. E. Metlarry, Dtpnty .
I IC. Stiper, atty. for j lniiitlil.
First publication April 5, 1690. In the District
Court within and for the County of Ford, in the
State of Kansas.
E. J. Fields, Plaintiff.
William Shepari, Lurcjllah Shepard, Cla-a A.
Brion and Frank Tilghman, Defendants.
The Stareof Kansas, to said defendants. Will am
Shepard, Lurcjllah Shep. nl und Frank Tilghman.
Tike notice that th said plaintiff, did, ou 'lis
lt tlty or April, 1S file his petition ia r.id Dis
trict court, witnm anu i-ir ino eiamyoi rori, n
tLe State ol Kunas, against the said defenda t ,
and that the said defendants la-t naraiti i:.u;t
an-wersaid pr-tition filtda r.resaid. on or le-
fore the ICtli day of Ma-.. iMk),
w.U 1 uktn as true, and a ju
or sai'i 11 u 011
sd action agaii st said urfr-nd-mf. Wil.i
shepard, Lurcyliah "hepa d anil Clara A. no
for the sum of S15i5.lv l:!i iu.e-c-t on 51 ot-tr
of at the ratcof 12 percent per ar-.nntn frmi tb
lstdayofMay, lS-7, 0:1 S17..-0 the rco" it ih r-
of 12 uerannuru from the lstd of No- ntbt-r.
j ltsS, on S17 51 thereof at the raif of 12 p-r c. n
! per annum from the 1st day of M.y lv3, on Sl"i.5
thereof at the rate of 19 per cntpr a urn fro-r
. the lrtdayof Xoven.btr, ISA and f r t t tt
iit;iada furihtrji 'gmert a.-sli.rt all f -,
ai-ts for the furclosur of a certain m rg-i. n,i'
therolloaingce-cril 4nl esist-., tim
Let. I, 2, S and - In srnb.n 2-.', low i-Ihp 2.
s.-ath, rairo 'Si we r. Imps wt -ltt da ' r
Oitinlvnr Ford, in th stare cf Ktnsas a e
judging that said pl.tuiirf liit-iiu Sr-i Ijj 1 m. sal
j.rciidsl-s .abject hotreier t. a p jcrtwr- z
foi t-adu and interest lilhea.nocni wbiii juag
ment will be Isfcen ns aforesaid. :uTcnlerlng sji '
preuii-ts to oe sold Wtlh-tut at praisemi 'ii. an
tha rrocels app'.letl ', ihepayme'ili-fthe a tim I
du- piain'iff and cor of s-ait aid forever bairiu
and for-c'ios.pg said d-fen lants and ;" ift:t
or and froji all right, title, inter.ti. prop
erty. and eq-iitv of redamplion In or t- s .J prcm
Ies. or any pirt thereot.
Witurss niy Land aa-l oSlelal -ell this Zi C-y ct
April. 159(1. Tltoaas Iin T,
CK-rk of Bistrb-t t nr u v
L. 11. Ir Tiir. r, Dr-puty.
S.r-u - 'r I
BtT A.T T7J20I.CSAI.JB
DRESS-EOODS & OLOTHIHG
We can save yoa money If roa will state wbat
OBwant and aeud Cc for samples. We carry aa
eiesant aud complete stock of lUta;, Area.
BMdi mm Clemles for sale to eoniamers at low
ess Sirares. foil cannot dsplteate our prices la
eats' Salts us OnrwiU which can be sent'
nasact to aooroTal anon receipt of ecoun asotier
10 ansrsn Run vaisnscs. . !!
seif-BsasaraBient tree, ws tampon
ana bisks paroww aaa uivuia.
sfiusMS sllss nsUoailBsjMT,
- yi:. -.-ssss-isaw.' -4l-.:
Slate or Kin-s, Ford Connty, ss:
uarrie i; nam
X. IS. Kbtse and Jell. 1 Elln-.
By ilrtneofa execution to me oirecte-d e;.d
lIttr i-ct fzi, nn( C ,T...Til, .liidT.-f.l lli-t-t.
1 t'oirtoftbe State of Ktu-a. sitting in and for
Ford Connty. iu said ttatf, I w II, on Wednesday
Krr!12S.A I). Itfti. at the lf uror2 o'clock p.
m. tifssid day. at tte court hou-tinor iu D.I.;e
Ci:y. Iu the county sr.d stato aroreai L offer at
f ab!ic sale ana sell to thehigh-st hi-.der forcah I
i hand the follcwli-g t!, -cribvd real propcrtv to-;
Lott 3. 0, 7, R, 9. IX II. Ii, 1 1 !, 11 1C 17, IS 19, t
21. 21, 2i.K. 24, 5, 25.37, l t. S 31, Si, In'
rtc ro. niue- ttli supt'lementai lat of part or
Crawford, adaitlcn, FurtlCoiinty, Ki.'.-o. A!-t
' lots It, H. 15, 16. 17. IS, 19, 2a 21, 2i. 23,21.25,20.
I 27, 2, in Mock Xo fift- en i!5i -iippleroenlal pi it
of pari of Crawford aiMUion Ford Connty. Kan
sas. A!l lots 3. 6, 7. 8, 3, 10, 11. 12,114. 15, It,
I 17, IS. IB, 21, 21, Si. 3.1. S 25, 26, 27. 2. 29, , 31,
, 32, : 53. 3 1. 35, SS.37. -".-, ?J. ). 4 1, ii, In bl.i: Xo.
I twenty a Mi:-r'eaiei.tal plat of p-irt of t'raw
i ford's addition Ford County, Kinsa. All of said
' pmiiertyaaboiedeTrilK-d I shown l th-- siis
; iilcinrctal pint of part of Craa forti'- adtlitnii
, rtrd County. Kau-as now on Sir In the oiTUe of
' flic TTai-i.tur iF fl.'t j In I-....I -....... t. ..uu
... ... ...".. -....r ... k.iu .-iiii.. it.'u;.-.
Said property to b; sold es commanded bv the
II. B. BELI Sheriff.
Sheiiff"- OiT.n llare 19lh ISO.
Miramoiis for Sen ice on Xon-Kcsldent D.-f'ls.
First published March 27th, 1S9J iulhe Dotlge
The Sta'o of Kan-a: To Ja.nes II. Singleton,
greeting: ion re herebv notified ihrti no hav,.
tteen sued bv John It. Militant-, John Murtln and
William II. ltossiugton, Tralee. plaintiffs.
1 out summons 1 10 reriuireyou 10 aiswer tne
petition Hied by the s lid plaintiff iu the cle-rk's
offlcc of the Ford County, Di-trict Court in the
st-ite of Kan-as, on or before 'he Mil day cf May.
1S!, or said petition will be taken a true and
judgement rendered for the foreclosure of a cer
tain morigjg.-exccGted June 1, ISs-f, b- the-siid
James II. Singleton oa the follow Ing lands ami
tciirin rtssituatad iu s,M eoiaty of Ford and re
corded in the o!2 a of the i:egi-t.r of Djctls of
said connty, in ol. T, at page 17t, und de-cribed
as follows: The nortn-ea-r quarter or section No
Xiiie. toun-lilp Tto. Twenty nine, south ol range
Xo. Tw-eaty-oi.e, west or tht sltih P. M., and the
prayer of said petition W that the Riii ul-ilutlffs
may hac jatlgvinrnt air.irat th- FaM difendant
James II singleton-for the sum of $119. with in
terest thoreon at he rate tff Inch cper cent from
the Cr-t emj of June, l.S.amI lhat said defend
ants pntl each of them, and all persons claiming
unlerthe-m be forew-r birre-J and foreclo-ed of
all interest, rlilit, lien and equity of redemption
in. to or on said land, and that said land mav be
sol-1 according to la-.v, without appraisement. ami
the proceeds bnnslit into ro-.rt and applied to
thopijnientof: 1-t rhe- taxes due mid parable on
said prcuil-es: 2nd, The co-tss and ucct w costs
of this action: 3rd, Tuc claim of the plaintiffs
with the accriiiiigiuterest thereon, and for such
other and Iniher relief us maj b.' js: and cquit
ab'p Witness my hand and the seal of sai 1 court, at
my ofiice in the city of lMdgt: city, iu the said
county or Ford, this 2ll!i day or March, A. 1). l-,"0
(Seal) Titos. LaiiEr, Clerk.
Kossi iglon. Smith A" Dallas.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Slate of Kansas, 1 Before John It. Moffett,
j-ss. Jusli-eof tile Peace lnand
I'ord Couuty, ) for D Klge City. Ford Co. Ks,
II. II. Car'er,
Thetlcfenflant MaeS. To-M is liere-by notlfie-l
tint he has nee-n tuetl licfore the above named
Ju'liro or the l'e:t.-e bv the plaintiff U. II. Carter
ami that said cause will be bt-ard bv -aid .hi-tico
of he Peace 011 tha 21it day of April. lg0- at 10
o'clock, n. in., am! tl'at unless the tlcfcud.int op-IH-arssud
aa-wers tu slid action at theubote
tiuio and pL.cc judgement will be taken azain-t
him for the- sum of Two Hundred and l.leven
dollars an-1 e-o-ts of nit. and an oplrr of sale is
sued for Hie sale or poverty seied by an order of
attachment i-'i'-d in sud anion, aud that til's
firm of ieirkpilrick A- Martin h-nt- lie-n snniniou
ed us garni-liees in saM action and hat e iu.w cretl
before lhealitve i:.iiu-d Jnstico of Ihe Peace as
such garni-Iiei s showing an indebtedness 10 you
ofsixty fire dcllars and lhat said snm tif ixij
five dollars or mi inucli theretir as naj- be neces
sary wiil be i.nid to said Justice of the Peace to
salisfy tiie Judgement prayed for In said action.
J. B. MorrETT,
E D. Swas, Justice of the Ponce.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
State ef Kansas, 1'crJ Copuly,
K.M.Wright A Co.,
William Tilglii'-ian, Jr., Flora Tilghman, Xcal
Brtiwn and Nancy J. Brown, Defendants
Ily tirtaeof a Social Ext-tntlmi to ma tlirerted
and delitered. is-acd out of the 27th .Judicial Dis
trict Couit of the State rf Kan-as tittiug in
land for Ford coint,, la said State, 1 will. on
Siturday, May 3, A. D. 13, at the honr of 2
o'clock p. in. of said d.iv, at the Court House door
in D'jtige City in the Coi'iily and Stat aforesaid,
offernt public sale and sell to the highest bidder,
for cu-It iu hand, the foilowingdescrtbed real pro
Commencing at a iint 133 feet south of the
south tvest cjmeror lot Itlatthe luter-t clion of
second aecnue ana Water street, l)odge i Ity,
Kan-as, thence in a southerly tlir ction 1 to feet,
thence east 2) ftct, thence north 175 feet,
thence west 2V feet to the pi.ice of beginning.
Said property to ba sold as commanded by the
said order of sale.
II. P. BELL, She riff.
Shcria's Ofiice Mcicheath, 1SW.
State of Kansas, Ford County, ss.
R. 31. Wright & Co., Plaintiffs.
William Tilghman, Jr., und Flora Tilghman.
By virtue of ar Est call-in tome directed and
delivered, issued ontof the 27th Judicial District
Count f the State of I"-an-a. sitting In and for
Ford eoui.ty, in s-nd suite, I will, on Satureay
May 3, A. D. lr.Hl. at the hour ol 2 o'clock P.
M. ol ihl iliy, at the Court House door In
llotlif ( Ity in the countv and state aforesni-I, of
fer at public silo and sell to the highest bidder,
for cash in Laud, all the right, title and Inkiest
of Iheuboicrar-itd defendant in ar.d to the fol
lowing described real property, to jilt:
An iindivi'led one-half interest in and to lot six,
(6) and the nortuca-t quarter of tic sonthe-a-t
quarter of section thirly-ou'". ("11) and lot one, (1)
and northwest quarter of Ihe southwest qnarter
or section thirty-tun (SI) all in township twenty
sis (20) south in ringe t.venty four (21) west Cth
S'idprrpe-ty letiedo- and to be sold as the
rroperlt 01 thealjoie named tl ferdants.
II. B. BELL, Sheriff.
Sheriff's OCict-, March2-l!i, 1RX1.
New Superb Dining Car Outfit.
Tht; Dining Cars just completed for
the Urcat IJjcI: Island Houtc, not only
vmliotl all the latest improvements in
gemral iue, but especial and distinctive
feature!: of excellence, which render them
ttaapprt-.Hh'ihly superior to ordinary
Iliuiug Cais. They will he placed on the
Kink Island Route west of the Missouri
river on and after March SS, lirSO, and
will impart the crowning i:race of per
fection to its solid Vestibule Express
Trains, giwfig that road a continuous
Through Dining C ar Service between
Chie.igo and Denver, Colorado Springs
aii'i Pueblo. The Rock Island is the on
ly line that rtiitS two vestibule; express
trains c vory af'.ei noon from Chicago to
Denver. It is r.ot only the fast line, but
it is also the most comnlettly equipped
of ali the Colorado mads, with elegant
d.y coacht s. Pullman sleepers, free re
c. nini: chair cars, and the tincst dining
pi rsin the world.
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y - tros'A
D. P. R. .2lins for groceries,
2nd, door South of McCrt y's
Rink on Bridge Street, for
fresh B rrel Pickles, Saur
Kraut, Mackerel, Dried Fruits
Vegetables, Garden Seed in
Bulk. In fact anythin kept in
a First Class Grocery. He
keeps first class goods at low
est possible prices. He sells
for cash, consequently can sell
a close margin. Your
D. P. RAGLIN.
TOR OUt OUT OF TOWN TRADE 1
Ever held by us. Prices by far
the lowest ever known. Send
your orders immediately as we
can give you first choice before
Xos. 9, 12 and 1G all silk gros
grain ribbon, satin Edge; black,
white, cream and all colors;
worth 13c, 20c and 2-"ic yard;
your choice for 14c a Yard.
Xos. 1G aud 2S all silk double
faced satin ribbon, in 20 shades
ami worth "iOc and Cic yard; your
cnoicc for 20 cents a yard.
All silk Moire Sash Ribbon,
!i in. wide, never before less
than S1.25 a yard, black and col
ors iu this sale will be GOc a yard
BCI2EISRED we send samplea of goods
riklCnilUl jtTRKK OF C1IABGK, ant
attend to all orders for samples or goods tt
SAalU DAY WE UECEIVK THKX.
We depend on low prices, good, hone
values, und prompt attention to orders t.
secure and keep your trade.
When suffering from a Cough or Cold
may be treated with
WITH ABSOLUTE SAFETY.
It is pleasant to the taste and does the
work. Insist on having SOS'S. Take
no other. Price 35 cents. Prepared by
FLSHOTt BEOS.. PIXT3BUBQB, FA,
Timber Claim Planting
Honey and Black Locu3 Plant no
other. The Locust, the only success
ful tree grown in western Kansas, es
pecially on the upland. Over 300,000
plantr grown in Nursery 14- miles north
of Bcilefont, From 12 to 24 inches in
First Class - $3 per thousand;
2nd Class - $2 per thousand;
3rd Class - $1 per thousand
Address J. E. Mclleckcr,
BcIIfont, Ford County, Kan.
Trees for shipment delivered at
are irto. r from onr tree?.
The largest stock of
lor Timber Clainis in tlie world. 350 acres In
Xurverj- Moct. All kind? of new and old
Krnlt. Fr.reft. Ornamental Trt-es and Shrub?,
su'l Mnall rrnlu at Hartl
time nrice. ZS a naner
tlereted to Frnlt-Grotving. 1 year "PI t't1
to all trl-n bny $1,011 worth of utock. It jW
OnrXurjtries arc la-tateil within fifty miles of
thecentfrr.f the Lnilcil State?, and onr shipping
fsci!itlei:M nuclei lied.
TltltEK IlfNUKEU AGnSTS WANTED.
ry"MLd at once for Price 1.UU to
CAIU'EXTEU i OAOE.
Evcrsrccn.l"ort--t Tre-, OrnamentleTreca Fow
eriiig Shrubs anil Plant, and hardy Frnlt Trees.
GOOD STOCK. LOW PRICES.
bend for onr Catalogue and see watt tre offer jou
FIXXEY-t LOXG, Ellsworth, Kanras
The nn-JcrrLrncd havine been restored to health
bj ii:nyle ufeaas, after snScrinjr for fcicral jers i
vriili a fTttcJsoi affection, actl that dread dis-j
! rase CONUl! ITIOX, i anxloas to make known I
to hit riltuts- unercr the mcite of cere. To I
Uickj wlwJ-atreiVhe'srillcbcerfBl-y nd free
of ch-a-ie a ropy of t!e pre? cripriuu used, hidi
hej nii.Sa-Jp. sure csre for CO::SL"31rriOS.
.STIiaJA, CATAUIiH, JSUOXCUlTiS and all
imja ant ;c-;sJI.LAIIKS, He napes all af
-.- ti -ar-. ;rj tltJ r-nt-tiy. it I innlijtble.
llcj.-i:r:irii;-li.t-jjrtMripti.n, wtii.h kill cost
(i.. i-alhu-s. bi maj ptmt a blei-tliT, wlB ad-
J drt. iiY. cmrttuA. Uuuoi, UUBsnisMsj&i
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Tsed by the United States CovenimenL rndcrsctl hy the head-s of the Great UniverMtics
and Public Food Analysts, as the Stronfrest. ruret and cost Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Liracor Alura. Dr.rrice's Delicious FlavorineEx
tract. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc, do not contain Poisonous Oils cr Chcini-als.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., New York. Chlcaco. St. Louis.
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sees eslshd a paeiiris a
Including' rat-in lines, branches tnd
Missouri Elver. The Direct Route to
and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA Cameror, St. Josr-pli nd Ktrcsas City, in
MISSOURI Omana, Falrburvand Kelsoo, tn Hr O'.Aarui. aiorron, vodoko,
Hutchinson, Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Coldwc-Jl.in Kansas Pond Creolt,
Henneasey.Kinsfisher, El Reno, in tho I .DWN TERRITORY-nd Denrer.
Colorado Springs, imoblo, in COLORAD . FREE Ceclininff Chair Cars to
and rrom Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson ii Dod?o City, end Falaco SIood
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MACNIF.CENT VESTJB'JLS EXPRESS TRA!?JS,
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Grounds of the Northwest. .....
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