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Tbcre will be held in Ford City, Kan
sas, on Saturday. June Gtb, at 10.30
p. m., a mass convention of all persons
who are in favor of reform in county,
state and national affairs, for the purpose
of considering the advisability of putting
a full county ticket in the field this fall.
It is desired that this mcetingjshall be a
representative gathering of all persons
having the interests of our county at heart
If the convention decides to put a ticket
in the field, a central committee will be
appointed. Everyone in sympathy with
the aims and objects of the people's
party are requested to attend in order
that a full expression of opinion may be
J. A. Toiilise
S- II. Coxowat
G. S. Wisaxs Committee.
II. X. Swax
Russia is again persecuting thejews.
Russia has more sins to answer for
than all the other civilized countries
The Kansas City Star calls the
People's party the side show. The
Star belongs to the mugwump party
and what under heavens yon can nick
name it, is beyond us at present.
Ten thousand Omaha people paid
fifty cents each to sec a new air ship
launched the other day. As soon as
the last fifty cents was paid in the
managers of the affair decamped and
Omaha is wiser and the scamps richer.
Old Blair, whom even the Chinese
refused to harbor as our representative,
is drawing his salary of $1,000 a
month and staying at home., ltlair
will probably keep still, if by so doing
he may continue to draw this sum.
Every newspaper in the country has
expressed the hope that the govern
ment will continue to pay this $1,000
monthly if it will only keep him silent.
- That was one of the most striking
scenes in the annals of dramatic inci
dents, when a colored delegate was
peaking at the Cincinnatti convention,
and at the conclusion of his re
marks an cx-confcdcratf soldier
leaped upon the stage to the
side of the ex-slave and
grasped his hand. But the tabelcau
was not complete until a union soldfcr
stepped forward and stood on the other
side the three living characters from
the mightiest tragedy of history, and
their clasped hands signalizing the
bridging of the chasm that has yawned
between the north and the south. No
wonder the vast audience that gazed
upon the triumvirate, burst forth in a
storm of cnthusiaam that rocked the
great building. The inspiration that
impelled the two cx-soldicrs and the
ex-slave, was but the visible result of
the same inward feelings of all the
delegates. The new movement will
heal differences that exist, which other
wise would always remain open.
Jerry Simpson's political star has
gone down in the deepest gloom and no
more will his want of socks furnish
material for the wits. Simpson strcn
ously objected to the third party move'
ment and the fact that he opposed it
will remain in the memory of the dele
gates who compose the next congress
lonai convention, it is with sorrow
that we chronicle our belief that Simp
son is touched with that most deplor
able characteristic big head. His
rocket like asccncancy from obscurity
to fame eyen though ephemeral
seems to have developed a self-confi
dence that has reached the objection
able stage, and this has given rise to a
belief in his own mind that he controls
the policy of the third party. If Mr.
Simpson ever entertained this belief it
certainly must have becu rudely dis
pelled at the Cincinnatti convention as
he seems to have cut about as much
figure in that meeting as a cork in a
strong current. The Kansas delegates
have very properly denounced Simpson
and the voters of this district will fol
low it up by renouncing him at the
next congressional convention. It is
becoming more and more plain that the
third part' will tolerate no bossism,
and that the power will remain in the
hands of the people.
Tnc republican editors of this congres
sional district held their annual mceliutj
in Iluchinson the other dayaud of course
passed the old thrcadharc resolutions
rcgardiug the beauties and blessings of
high tariff, harped an their party's love
for the old soldier, condemned in a
half hearted way the evils of trust,
charged on the southern confederacy
and but what's the use of enumerat
ing the things they resolved about?
It was the same old chestnut that has
done duty for the last quarter of a
century. There was nothing new
not a hair's breadth divergence from
what constitutes orthodox republican
ism. Confidence was expressed in the
present policy of the republican party,
and that filled the measure of the
whole string of resolutions. But there
was something decidedly amusing that
came about in connection with the con
vention, and that was John J. lngalls'
letter u.chning an invitation to attend
on account of unavoidable absence.
In this epistle, the fact is plainly ap
parent that lngalls does not view the
attitude nor the safety of the republi
can party, as serenely as do the repub
lican editors. He says:
"The republican party is.confronted
with great problems which threaten its
supremacy. The American people are
more concerned now about the present
and the future than the past. They
arc considering the finances, commerce,
wages, prices, immigratian, suffrage
and unjust distribution of wealth, the
unequal diffusion of the burdens and
benefits of society, and arc "Indifferent
to dogmas and discipline.
The Republicanism of the future
must readjust itself to the changed
conditions of American life, or it will
Just so, John, lour awakening
seems to have been of the permanent
order, and while this good advice is
lost on those to whom it was addressed,
it will not be without influence with
republicans who arc thinking of joining
the alliance. And John, you may not
have intended to do it, but the facts
set forth above, litcratly nay the
ground with the ancient dogmas reiter
ated in the editors' resolutions. Not
one of the things mentioned in lngalls'
letter, is noted in the resolutions.
They arc given to a review of the past
and entirely ignore the present and fu
ture. That has been the trouble all
along and lngalls recognizes it, though
his party docs not. lngalls' letter to
the republican editors, reminds U3 of
the fact that the cx-scnator can do a
great deal more for the people's party,
by remaining out of its ranks. For in
stance, when a letter, such as the one
from which the above is taken, follows
a string of resolutions ennunciating the
old dogmas of the republican party,
two converts will be made where only
one would otherwise join our ranks,
lngalls is our ally even though against
THE BABE IS BORN
Thirteen thousand enthusiastic men,
fresh from the ranks of the people, as
sembled in Cincinnatti last week, and
formed a new national party. They
were not wearers of broadcloth and
fine linen, for their tanned faces,
rough hands and plain apparel be
tokened that they came from the walks
of the toiling millions. Strange in
deed, must have appeared this conven
ion to politicians of the old parties who
have long attended national political
meetings and arc familiar with the per
son el of the delegates. But whatever
criticisnumay be made of their appear
ance, no thinking man can be other
wise than impressed with the fact that
it was a peoples' convention and that
its members were in touch with the
toiling masses. Indeed, they were a
portion of the industrial, wealth pro
ducing classes. They have felt the
same oppression, have toiled under the
same disadvantage, have shared the
same injustices that have borne down
those whom thoy represented. What
though they may not have been ac
quainted with the parliamentary usages,
what if many of the speeches lacked in
grammatical excellence, it was but fur
ther evidence that the great common
people, the bone and sinew, the brain
and fiber of this nation, arc aroused
and arc going to right the wrongs that
robs them of the reward of honest toil,
Earnest, enthusiastic, united, they
have given to the people, a party free
from the domination of bosses and
pledged to accomplish the reform de
The Cincinnatti convention marks
uie Dcginning ot tnc new era. it pre
sages the return of the common people
to power. It opens the way for the
introduction of a new order of things
and signalizes the end of the reign of
the classes. And how opportune was
the time for the organizing of a new
party! From the highest to the low
est, from the strongest to the weakest,
is born the knowledge that a political
upheval is imminent. Those members
of the Cincinnatti convention who
counseled delay in the formation of the
new party did not read the signs of the
times. They were not so nearly in touch
with the people as the men who ad
vocated immediate action. If the
principles which we advocate arc right,
the sooner we advocate them as a party
the better it will be. If wrongs exist
delay in righting them is moral coward
ice. If the people arc oppressed by
unjust discrimination in existing laws,
the hour in which the knowledge comes
to them is the hour in which to begin
action looking to the repeal of these
laws. Delay or hesitancy in organizing
fur the light is an indication of weak
ness, and a waut of confidence iu the
justice of our cause. The claim that
it would have been better to wait until
the February meeting is preposterous.
Wo are a new j.irly and time is re
quired to perfect our organization.
The unite time !ivcn iu which to edu
cate the people by disseminating a
knowledge of our principles, the
greater will be the number of converts
to.our belief. The advocates of im
mediate organization recognized these
facts, and it is a matter of congrat
ulation that they were in the majority.
By the action of the Cincinnatti con
vention, the last stage of organizing
the third party has been passed
and the new movement is fairly launch
ed in every precinct, county and state
in the union. There remains the duty
of every member to exert the utmost
endeavor to developing and upbuilding J
the organization to the cud that the
principles which we advocate may le
put in practice.
DYING FOK A RIGHT.
Ohio has 33,000 Alliance voter?.
Wisconsin has about J100 Alliances.
West Virginia has-433 Alliance.
Pennsylvania has over 200 Alliances,
and is organizing at the rate of five a
Kentucky has 2,400 organizations,
with over 100,000 members. Sixty
new charters were granted in March
North and SouthDakota have doubl
ed their membership in the past six
Iowa has fifty county organizations
and is booming.
Minnesota, Nebraska and Kansas
have each added a third to their num
bers since they carried their last elect
ions. Illinois and Indiana arc fast catch
ing up witn tnc procession.
The southern states arc all solid, and
New York and New England arc or
ganizing very rapidly.
Yes, the Alliance is dying for a
fight at the polls. Jeffersonian.
Ingersoll on California
In a recent magazine article, Mr. Ern
est Ingersoll, the noted writer, soys;
The climate of Southern California in
winter closely resembles that of Egypt.
The equability is constant, and Ihc dry
ncss is proverbial. The only complaint
made is that it is too nearly perfect.
Residents bred iu the eastern states con
fess now and then that a rousing storm
would give them a grateful sensation,
but tais meets with no favor from the
man who has just fled from a suucrtluity
of wetness and chilling gales. To him
perpetual summer seems a perpetual par
adise, and to the invalid, dreading the
advance of disease, the still and arid at
mosphere is as the breatii of life." The
most comfortable way to reach the Paci
fic coast is via Santa Fclioute. Weekly
excursions iu Pullman tourists sleepers
at low rates. Apply of G. T. Nicholsou,
G. P. & T. A., Topcka, or Fred Gardner,
Agent, Dodge City, for folder. lOw
Personal Noto by Editor.
We have traveled a few miles in our
life-time and know what it is to be un
comfortably housed in a poorly uphol
stered cir.and rudely tossed up and down
on old iron rails that arc laid on dirt
road-bed. Wc have been there; but it
was always on other roads thau the San
ta Fe. Their main line between Chica
go and Denver is hard to beat. The rails
are of heavy steel, the track smooth and
rock balastcd, and the through "Canon
ball" train that flics at a fifty-milcs-an
hour speed over this elegant roadway is
as pretty a bit of workmanship as Messrs
Pullman ever turned out. Each vesti
bule sleeper is a model of luxury, and as
easy as a cradle. Chair cars, library cars
and day coaches are all carefully adapt
ed to the traveler's every want. The
Santa Fc is rightly named "the most
Fine Playing Cards
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin
to John Sebastain, Gcn,l Tkt. and Pass.
Ag't Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry.,
L Chicago, 111., for a pack of the latest,
smoothest, slickest playing cards that
ever gladdened the eyes and rippled
along the fingers of the devotee to High
Five, Seven-up, Casino, Dutch, Euchre,
Whist or any other ancient or modern
game, and get your money's worth five
County scrip will be taken at par, in
payment fcr notes and accounts due the
Merchants State Bank.
Geo. M. IIooveh,
ORDER OF SALE.
State of Kansas, Ford county, s.
The Mate Bank ot St. John, Kansas plaintiff,
Charles F. Randall, S. 11. Randall and Geo.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed and
delivered, issued out of the 37th Judicial District
Court of the state of Kansas, sittin? in and for
Ford county In said state, I "ill on Monday,
the 11th day of May, A. D. U91. at S o'clock p.
m. of said day, at the West Front door of the
Court House, in the city of Dodge City in the
county and state aforesaid, offer at public a!c
and sell to the highest bidder for cah in hand all
the following described real property, to-n It:
The northeast qnarter of section 19, toivnship
S3, south of ran;:e21, west the Cth p la , Ijins
and sitnated in the county of Ford and state of
bald property to be sold as commanded by the
said order ol sale
II 15. BELL, sheriff
Jbcriff" office April S, 1K11.
First Publication, April 10, 1S91
ByTirtaeof an order of sale issued oat of the
district court of Ford county, Kansas, in an action
wherein Charles II. Richardson iras plalntiC and
George V. Stamper and Ollio Stamper ere de
fendants. I will on the fourth day of Jlay, lsfll,
between the hours of one and four o'clock p. la.,
at the front door of the court bouse, in the city of
Dodge City, county of Ford and state of Kansas,
offer for sale st public auction and sell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, subject to a prior
motgsgeof SJ00.aH the following described real
property, situated In the county of Fcrd and
tatc of Kansas, to wit: Tliu south- wet quarter
of section twenty-eight, in township tr-tcry-r.Inc
south, of range twenty-two west of the sixth prin
cipal meridian. Said property will bo sold as the
property of the above named defendants without
appraisement to satisfy the plaintiff's claim of
STS.K! therein, interest thereon, and costs and se
eming costs, according to said order of '-ale.
II. B. Bell, Sheriff of Ford county, Kansas.
JAMES LAWREXCE. Attorney for I'laintiff.
first publication April sni, 1MU.
First publication May 13, 1S31.
Daniel F. Protzman and Airs. Daniel
F. Protzman, his wife, will take notice
that Charles Swanncll as plaintiff, did,
on the 17th day of February, ISM, lilc
his pctitiou in the district court, in and
for Ford county, state of Kansas, against
them as dclcndauts. setting foii.li that
said Daniel F. Protzman gave a mort
gage to the said plaintiff on the follow
ing described lands situated in the coun
ty of Ford and state of Kansas, to-wit;
Lots three, four and five, and the south
caslfuarter of tbe northwest qu trter of
si-tiiuii ia, lonuMiip iweaiy-nini. range
twcuty-tivn. west of the Cth P. M.. ;o
secure the payment of the sum ul S350.00
according to certain notes referred to iu
said mortgage, and praying judgment
agiiinst said defendant, Daniel F Protz
man, for the sum of $65-1.00, now claim
ed to be due and unpaid, with interest at
12 per cent per annum from May 2nd,
1833, upon $018.00. or that said premises
may be sold to pay the same. Now said
defendants arc hereby notified that they
must appear and answer said petition on
or before the 27th day of June, 1891, or
said petition will be taken as true against
them and each of them; and a judgment
for said amount, and a decree forever
barring lhem of any right, title or inter
est in and to said lands, after the sale
thereof, will be rendered against them,
and ordering said lands to be sold to sat
isfy any sum found to be due the nlMn-
uu upon saui notes and mortgage.
Attest- AV- J. Patterson-,
Thos. Lahet, Attorney for Plff .
seal Clerk of Dial. Court,
ORDER OF SALE
Stats of Kansas, l'onleonntv. ss.
The St itc Dank of St. John, Kansas, plaintiff
Ira H. McColllstcr. defendant.
lSy t irtue or nn order of sale to me directed and
delii i red. Issued out of the 37th Judicial District
Court of tbe State of Kansas, sitting In and for
Font county in said state. I will on Monday,
inciitnuay ot Jiay, a. v. i?i,ai sociock p
m. of said day at the est Front door of tbe Court
House in the city of Dodge City, In the count;
n-d state aforesaid, offer at public sale and sell
t the highest bidder for cish in hand all the fol
lowing described real property to-wic
Northwest ouartcr of section 3S. in township
25, soutii cf rargo -1, west of the Cth p xn., lying
and sit-tatco In tltc county of Ford and state of
Said piopcrty t 1 rold as commanded by the
said order of sale.
II. R. BELL, Sheriff.
SheriC'soEcc, Antil bill, ISM.
First publication. April 10, 1831.
First publication, May 15, 1891.
Harvey E. Bradley and Mrs. Harvey
E. Bradley, his wife, will take notice
that J. B-" Vatkius us plaintiff, did, on
the 10th day of March, 1891, file his pe
tition in tue district court in and for
Ford county, state of Kansas, against
them as defendants, setting forth that
said Harvey E- Bradley gave a mortgage
to the said plaintiff on the following de
scribed lands, situated in the county of
Ford, t.nd state of Kansas, viz: The
northwest quarter of section twenty-four
township twenty nine, range twenty-two
west of the GtL P. M.,to secure the pay
ment of the sum of 9G.2o. according to
certaiu notes referred to in said mort
gage, and praving judgment against said
Harvey E. Bradley, for the sum of $80.00
now claimed to be due and unpaid, with
interest tbcrcou at 12 per cent, per an
num from the 1st day of September, 1887
or that said premises may be eold to pay
the same. Now said defendants, Harvey
E. Bradley and Jlrs. Harvey
E. Bradley are hereby
notified that thty must appear and an
swer said petition on or before the 27th,
day of June 1SU1, or said petition will be
(alien as true against them and each of
them; and :t judgment for said amount,
and a decree forever barring them of any
right, title or interest in and to said
lands, after the sale thereof, will be ren
dered against (hem, and ordering said
lands to be sold to satisfy any sum found
to be due the plaintiff upon said notes
Attest. W. J. Patterson,
Thos Lviicv, Attorney for Plff.
sum. Clerk of Dist. Court.
ORDER OF SALE.
St ite of Kansas. 1'ori' county, ss.
J V. Bridccnian Relics Trajilio, Fannie
Wells, S. L. l'ice, Ea S. l'iue, B. F. Yongcr, and
By irtue of an order of sale to me directed and
I'.flnrail. issued out of the 27th Judicial District
Court of the state of Kansas, sitting in and for
Font rom-tv in said state. 1 will on Tucsdar.
the 23.1 davofJcne. A. D 1691. at 3 o'clock p. m.
of said dav at the West Frontdoor of the Court
House iu the city of Dodge City, in the county and
tatc aforesaid, offer at public sale and sell to
Ihc htehot bidder for cash in hand all the follow
in dLsrnbod real nronertr. to-w it:
Lots lichen and tmhc, block forty-eight, in
Dodge City, Kansas.
Said property to be sold ss commanded by the
11. U. BELT. Sheriff.
By T. E. French, Under Sheriff.
Mitriirs Oilicc. May si, ivji .
First publi-hed May 23. 1891.
NOTICE OF SAXE.
State of Kansas. Ford Count), ss:
J. V. ISndgeiaan S.John Riley, Mary Riley
and the Farmers' Loan Trust Company.
By virt nc of an order of sale to mc directed and
delivered, issued out of the twenty-seventh Judi
cial Distnct court or tnc state or Kansas, sunn:
in and for Ford County, in said State, I win. on
Tuday, the 23rd day of June, A. D., 1891,at3
o'clock p. hi. of said day, at the west
front door of the Court House, in the city of
Dodge City, in the county and state aforesaid
offer at public sale and sell to the highest bidder
lor cau in nauu me ionowing ucscnuca real
Lots one, two and uijht, and all of the cast
half of the northwest quartcrof section eighteen,
township twenty-sis, south of range twenty-three
lvinz north of the right of-wav of the Atchison.
Topcka & Santa Fc Railroad. Said land lying
and situated in the county of Ford and State of
Said property to bo appraised and sold as com'
raauded by said order of sale.
U. B. BELL. Sheriff.
By T. E. French, Under Sheriff.
Shcritr ocicc Jiaysist, isai.
First Publication, May 23rd, 1891.
First Publication May 23. 1891.
In the district court within and for the county of
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XUfu, ill luu ouiiv ui nauKU.
ElHhab. Comcrsc, plaintiff,
Robert M. Wright, Alice J. Wright, J. W. Folg
cr. State of Kausa. ex rel. York. Draocr Mercan
tile Co. (a corporation). Consolidated Tank Line
Co., W. 13. Young. Henry (!. Foreman, trustee;
E. A. Barber, and Charles It. Be crs, trustees, de-
The State of Kansas to J. W. Folger, Cousolida
ted Tank Line Co, W.E. Young, Henry . Fore
man, trustee- E. A. Barber, and Charles II.
Beyers, trustees; defendants, greeting: You,
and each of you, will take notice that the said
Kli-LaS. ConuTsc. plaintiff, did, on the SUtli
day of March, lS91,Elc his petition in said dis
trict ccuit. within and for the county of Ford. Iu
the state of Kansas against you and the othir
above named defendants, and that you, and each
of yon, must answer said petition hied as afore
said, on or before the 3rd day, of July, 1891, or
saidpetition will be taken as true, and a judg
ment rendered in said action against said defend
ants RoocrtM. Wright and Alice J. Wright, for
tnc sum or six Thousand Dollars, ultli Interest
at the rate of twelve iter cent, per annum from
the lt day of September, ltW, and for costs of
suit; and a farther judgment against all of the
defendant- in the aboc named action for the
foreclosure of a certain mortgage nnon the fol
lowing described real estate, lying and situated
in the county of Ford, and in the city of Dodge
Cily, in the state of Kansas to wit: A tract of
land lying in let No. two !), section No. thirty-
five (33) township No. twenry-eis 2ti), south of
range No. iwcnty-MC fi), west 01 tnc lita r. JI,
bounded as follows, to wit: Commencing at a
point one hundred and thirty-tuo and one-half
1 li-lii icct soum ot tue soutnwest corner ot .Ma
ple street and Second avenue, running thence
westward parallel with Maple street twelve hund
red and twenty (1.2301 feet, more or less, to the
wc-tliaeof lot No. tno (i.i, section No. tbirty
c, (J5), township No. twenty-six CX) south of
range No. twcnty-iHo (S3), west: thence south
nlongthcwcst line of said lot No. two 2( nine
hundred and fort-four!91 1 feet, more or less, to
north bank of the Arkaasas Rhcr- thence cast
ward along the north bank of the Arkansas River
in i:& meandering- to the west line of second av
enue; thence north along the west line of Second
avcucc to the place of beginning, containing in
all, nineteen, and six-one-hundredths 196100
acres more or Ic-s, together with the heredita
ments and appurtenances thercuntoappcrtalning,
and adjudging that said plaintiff has the first lien
on said premise-, to the amount for n hich judg
ment will be taken as aforesaid, and ordering
said premises to be sold without appraisement,
and the proceeds applied to the payment, 1st, of
the costs cf this action ; 2nd, of all taxes that may
be a lien upon said premises or any part thereof;
3rd, of the amount due plaintiff, and f.ircvcr barr
ing and foreclosing all of the defendants herein
and each of them, of and from all right, title. In
terest, property, and equity of redemption in or
to said premises, or any part thereof.
In witness whereof, I hac hereunto set uiy
hand and the seal of said conrt on the 1 1th day of
Ma , A. D. 1S91. THOS LAIIEY,
Clerk of the District Court
(Seal) in and for Ford County, Kansas.
HUSTON & McCOLLOCII,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
State of Kac, Ford County, ss:
InJusiicc's Court, before L.G. Grobcty, Jus
tice of the Peace for DoJge City, ia and for said
county and state.
The Keokuk Wind Engine Company.
The State of Kansas to the Keokuk Wind En
gine Company, greeting.
You arc herbj notified that yoa have been
sued by John Good wine before said Jnticc for
damiges sustained byTiia on account of breach
of warranty on a contract made by you and un
less yoa appear before said Justice on the 10th
day cf July. leSl. a W o'clock a. m.. of said dav
Iiiaittliu twi.iah.? jauuici.tauiI-5S03 lor larce
hurdrcd Collar au-I co"t of suit.
Thata garnisbeo suasions lias been duly Issu
, -t-ttfr Ti.,. i .., , ' . . .. -
ed and ser.xdiu tils suit ou U. T. Thome who
has ai.-i.cred the fame showirg his uidcbtedne-ss
to oi in the sim of thirty dollars which sum will
be Lpphe-d by said justice on the jadgracnttu be
obtainL 1 iu raid suit.
L.G ii!OBETY.Juiiccof the Pence.
V. Ill i ill. ,'., a MOITKTT, Att'ysfor Plff.
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200 pound ticket - - - $1.50
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al contricl This ice is nrida from pure
cvapor.itrtl water, and contains no snow
or sand -so common ic creek ice.
It. P. UuixaiNsos IcsCo.,
MRS. IDA BEADLE,
Receives every week new Hats, Ribbons and Flowers, fresh from
the New York market, and at surprisingly low figures.
Lovely French wreaths, fine flowers and grasses, silk wound, ordinarily sold at double the
value, only Si. 50. Beautiful wreaths, very natural flowers, rubber stems and grasses,
only Si. 25. Heavy wreaths, French roses, beautiful leaves and buds, rubber stems, only
$1.00. Margnerites in wreaths, lovely black hearts and yellow, large, heavy and full,
only 75c. Lovely bunch flowers at medium and low prices.
Sailor Hats, 25c. Untrimmed shade hats, 3SC and 45c. Children's shapes, from 25c to 60c.
Black Lace strag hats in newest shapes, from 50c to S1.50, Lovely Neapolitan braids in
black only, $1.00. Fine white Leghorns, all sold, but a new line ordered, the finest only
Si. 50. Luscan straw braids in newest shapes, from $1,00 to $1.50.
Black lace hats, wire frame, covered, silke and velvet flowers, from $2.5o to $5.50. Child's
white lace straw, trimmed with silk ribbon and ties $1.25. Child's heavy braid, trimmed
with silk ribbon, for $1.00. New York novelties for children every week. Hats for
baby boys, 25c and 35c. Lovely embroidered caps for
boys ordered rnd will soon behere Buckram fans, 15c.
A lovely line of new novelties in ribbon at New York prices. Ladies will please
member that there is a first-class dress-makm"' department connected with The Eair, where a
specialty is made, not of low prices, but of first-class work and style. S. T. Taylors system
is used for cutting.
SPRING-TIME IS HERE,
AND SO IS RAGLIN
with the best selected grocery stock in the city. JSo
need to tell our own enstomers that. They already
know it. Bui it may be news to those who. have not
traded with us. Springtime is here, but it won't re
main with us long, but Raglin is here to stay. When
business is increasing right along
goods and low
This spring wc are going to increase; our trade more
than ever by this same means. Country people will
find it to their advantage to bring their butter and eggs
to Raglin, because his groceries are marked down to
bed-rock, and city people will find the best produce in
the market at the. same place, because lie handles only
the best. Come in and see mc.
WITH CL4JE&SOjV &r I5tJItL.TI, lOISIXXSSJS SSt.
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son of i So i at Dodge City Stock Farm, two miles cast of Dodge City, at 25.00 the season.
Barney King was sired by Barney Williams, first dam Fanny King, by Big Boston. For
further extension of pedigree apply at Farm, or STUBBS BKOTHEKS.
C. B. Rouss's Agent,
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children, 65c. Hats for
Wire lace frames, 25c up.
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dodge city, - - kansas
m end is itselt
v.h.Tever used. Pleasant to um?. Xot
injunonsor painful. Many Doctors use it.
Cures Icncurr'Hea or whites, ulceration!
inflammation and congestion of the
tvomli. falling of the womb, cancer and
all dK ases pi -culiar to women. Used at
home in yonr own privacy. 40 days'
treatment, $1.00. Sent piepaid, free from
observation, on receipt of price. Send foi
circulars. Ladv agents wanted. Address
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