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RAILROAD TIME CARD.
ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE.
Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodjre
City depot by "Central" time:
Atlantic Kxpress, Xo. -J Ar. 2:30 p. in
Xc-York " Xo. 4 Ar. :! :30 a. in
Eastern " Xo. 6 Ar. .":J0 a. m
San Francisco Kjrpre.-s, Xo 1, Ar. 2:10 p. m
Mexico A San Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Ar 12:25 a. m
Denver & Utah Ex. Xo.o, Ar. 12:10 a. m
Xos. 5 and C are the Fast trains.
F. G.vukxkh, Agent.
CHICAGO, KAXSAS XEBKASKA KY.
(Hock Island lloute.)
X'o. 21'. Mail and Express
Xo. ret, Accommodation,
No. SO, Mall and Express,
Xo. TO, Accommodation
11:25 a. m
4:20 p. ui
8:15 a. m
Xo. 2! and 30 has a Tteclining Chair Car free
, J. II. Phillips, Agent.
DODGE CITV. MONTEZUMA TKINI DAD Y.
Trains Leave from Itoek Island Depot.
X'o. 1, Accommodutjon...
No. 2, Accommodation...
.Lv. 11:33 it. m
Ar. 1:00 p. in
K. S. JAY CKUMKIXE.
Physician and Surgeon,
Gives special attention to the treatment
of catarrhal disease of nose, throat and
ear. Office hours from 9 to 11 a. in. and
2 to 5 p. m.
OMfce on Chestnut stivet over Xew
York Store ; room 30.
T. l McCaktv.
c A. Miltos
MC CARTY & MILTON.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
OFFICE IX POSTOFFICE BLOCK.
Dodge Citv, vO-4 Kansas.
J. W. WADE, M. D.,
Physician 1 Surgeon,
OFFICE: OVEK WEP.STEB &: BOXD'S DUUG
Besldencc Opposite Methodist Church.
DODGE CITV, 10-1 KANSAS
City Drug Store
DRUGS, MEDICIKES: CHEMICALS I
Tailet Articles, Brushes, Sponges, llye
Stuu Paiftts, Oils, Etc, Etc
P. H. YOUNG,
and Optical Goods
XSepiiirinjr of Fine Watches mid Engraving u
-specialty. Satisfaction guarunteed.
inimerinniin Block, Chestmit St.
Joik;k Citv, - JO-30 - K.o.vs
-T. T. Fkaxkey. H. McGarry.
Fran key & McGarry,
Attorneys - at - Law.
Will make collections and practice in
all the courts, and in the Land Office.
taT'Land Case and Contests promptly
Office. First Floor Dodge City Bank
W. E. HENDRICKS,
Attorney - at - Law.
All Legal husiness promptly attended to.
"Will practice in all Conrts.
Office in Becson Building, Chestnut st.
S. STUBBS, Prop.
STAPLE AND FANCY
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETA
BLES A SPECIALTY.
'7g&?!i DRAMATIC -:- COMPANY.
v7J!!-Ii.S?r ''tnrrrlT. !" In her Xew Sensational sociery I'iay,
&53rrrivVi-?- ' entitled
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! .OPERA HOUSE!
Friday, October 25th, 1SS9,
ONE NIGHT ONE
Supported 1 an entirely competent
In four Acts and Jive Tableaux.
Seats en sale at Crumbine & Stewarts
Prices. 75 and 50
How do vou like the change ?
Here we are again, come in and see
C. AV. AA'adsworth, of Santa Fe. was
a caller at this office Monday.
The Soldiers' Home at Fort Dodge,
is about ready to receive inmates.
lion. Jesse Taj'lor, receiver of the
Garden City land office, was in the city
J. B. Light, secretary of the Garden
City Real Estate Exchange, was a visitor
to this city Sunday.
Such glorious rains as we had last
week inspired renewed confidence in the
farmers of this locality.
Charlotte Thompson at Kelly 'sj Fri
day night of this week. Tickets on sale
at Crumbine & gtettatt's drug slfcre;
The new college building Is rapidly
uearing completion, which fact Is hailed
with delight by all parties interested,
Don't fail to register with the city
clerk showing what particular ward in
the city you resided thirty days preceed
ing the election.
E. E. Smith aud bride arrived in the
city Friday morning. Their numerous
friends in the city extend to them a
Read this number of the Globe-Republican
and if you cau subscribe to
our creed we should be pleased to place
you on our subscription list.
Don't annoy your neighbor every
time you meet him hy asking "what's
the news.' but subscribe for the Globe
Reitblicax and read the news.
Mr. J. F. Fraukey, of the law firm
of Fraukey & McGarry, left for the state
capital Friday noon. He will visit Deu
vcr. Colorado, before he returns.
AV. T. Coolidge has moved his office
into the room occupied by Mac S. Todd,
and those two gentlemenwill in the fu
ture do business in the same place.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. S. Rush, of this city,
accompanied by J. E. Rush and wife of
Greenville. Ohio, left for Texas Sunday
morning: for a few weeks' recreation.
Parties who have subscribed for the
Ford Count Republican will receive the
Globe-Republican instead until the
time for which the have paid expires.
Certainly one of the best perform
ances ever given or that ever will be giv
en at the Kelly opera house, will be that
of Charlotte Thompson on Fridaj night
The Dodge City Ice Company were
awarded the contract to do the excavat
ing for the new school bouse. R. X.
Hutchinson will have charge of the
G. V. Bartlett. manager of the state
forestrv station located two miles east of
the city, has the finest stand of trees of
any station in the Union. If you don't
believe this go aud visit the station.
If you desire to keep abreast with the
progress made by our county and city you
should subscribe for aud read the Globe-
Rei'ublicax. which it is proposed to
make so vou will be fullv iuformed.
3Iayor R. W. Evans made a tour of
Colorado and Xew Mexico, arriving at
home Thursday. He was absent about
two weeks, and during that time met
many old time Dodge friends who were
much pleased to meet him.
3Ir. J. A.3Iil!igan. a farmer of south
Finney county, oue of the passengers on
the wrecked train Friday noon, was a
visitor in our city. He got out of the
wreck with a slight sculp wonnd, and
thinks himself lucky that it was no worse.
Xow is the time to subscribe for the
Globe-Republicax, for those who de
sire to reap the benefit of two and one
half month's subscription for the paper.
All parties paying for a years -subscription
in advance will have the paper sent
them from January 1st, 1890. to January
1st, 1S91, giviug you the paper free from
now to January 1st, 1S90. Send in your
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J Miss May Beverley has returned from
her visit to Kaunas City,
E. L. Coen. of the Buckliu Journal,
! heard Tboma Keene at Kelly's Monday
Don't fail to register if you have not
: ! alreadv done so. The registration book:
1 are closed October 26tb.
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has spent the Mi.111.1er and fall at Aspen. -IIon- W Sutton visited La Junta. the P-wuts and a few of the most inti
rr..in.,l,. .i..r....ri to the citv Mondav. Colorado, during the week on legal husi-, n,ate fr,end5 of bride nd groom be-
t Capt. .1. If. Finlay and wife returned j
I home Tuesday f this week from Illinois.
, wheie they had been visiting for the past
! three weeks.
Don't forget that Charlotte Thomp- ;
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: Astray," :.r Kelly's opera house on Fri
,dav night nest.
The Gi.oi:e-Repcblicax will make
a specialty of local news, and solicits the
heart' eo-operatiou of the people of
Dodge Citv to that end.
. McCarty & Milton have moved their
offiee from the postoffice building into
! the rrtom forun'ih occupied bj' Wenle !c
Rovt. on Bridge street.
Mabkikd. At Trinidad, Colorado.
Monday. October 7th, 1SS9, Miss
Minnie A. lleu-tis. formerly of this city,
to Charles P. Mills, of Trinidad.
Charlotte Thompson at Kelly's opera
house in her great new drama 'Hearts
Astray" on Friday night next, will he a
most charming performance that no oue
can afford to miss.
The Knights of Pythias of this city
have changed their time of meeting from
Thursday to Tuesday evenings, in Odd
Fellows' hall. All members will govern
-We are in receipt" of the annual ad
dress of Mrs. Fannie Rastall, presideut
of the State Ar. C. T. U., but owing to
the crowded condition of onr paper are
Unable to publish the same.
Apollo Lodge, o, J2. K, of P.. of
this city, will work in the rank of Page.
on next Tuesday evening. All Kniglits
in good standing, and visiting members,
are cordially invited to be present.
Owing to the time necessitated iu
perfecting the consolidation of the Globe
and Republican, we are a little late this
week, but in the future the Globe-Republican
will appear on AVednesday of
If you have changed your residence
in the city to any other ward from that
which you resided in since you last reg
istered, you will have to register your
name with the city clerk before you are
entitled to a vote at the November elec
tion. All persons banding in cash sub
scriptions within the next two weeks, will
have their names placed on the books
dating one year from January 1st. AAre
hope to see a great many of our citizens
avail themselves of this opportunity.
The Phenix boys gave a reception to
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith in their club
room Tuesday evening of this week. Af
ter spending a short time in dancing and
card playing the company adjourned to
the Delmonico, where a lunch had been
prepared for them.
Frank T. AVright has located at Fort
AVorth, Texas, "which city he anticipates
making his future home. AAre wish him
abundant success. He was for many
j'ears connected with the York-Draper
Mercantile Company of this city, and is
an industrious voting man.
.Judging by the pieparations being
made we can assure our readers that the
Thanksgiving dinner to be provided by
the Ladies Aid Society of the 31. E.
church will be the finest affair of the
kind we have ever had in this city. Ev
erybody should prepare to attend.
Frank 3Iayo and his excellent com
pany held the boards at Kelly's opera
house Friday evening, in the play of
Davy Crockett, which, it is needless to
say. was well rendered, and to a fair and
appreciative audience. 3Ir. 3Iayo pos
sesses a troupe worthy of patronage.
A S. Miller, of the signal service of
this city, departed for Colorado Springs,
Colorado, last week, where he will fill
the same position as that which he held
in this city. 3Ir. T. AA. Sherwood, of
Colorado Springs, will rill the position
iu this city made vacant by the removal
AA". P. Williams, who has resided in
this city for more than three years,
during all of which time he has held the
position of assistant secretary of the
Pioneer Loan and Trust Company, to
day severs his connection with the
company, and departs to-night for
3Iarshfield, 3Io.. where he has accepted
the position of cashier in the Bank of
3Iarshfield. Mr. Williams has shown
himself to be a quiet, unassuming gen
tleman, and has made a hose of friends
who regret his leaving, and follow him
with good wishes for his future. He has
also exhibited rare qualifications as an
iccountant. Prompt, energetic and
faithful, he becomes invaluable to those
who employ him. Mr. Williams was
elected member of the board of educa
tion from the 3rd ward of our city last
spring, and was immediately chosen
clerk of the board. Hfe family will re
main here for a few weeks yet.
I Geo. B. Cox is in the east on bnsi
! Bread, buns and cakes at
: Central Grocery.
I -An effort is being made to revive the:
t Dodge City Democrat,
P. Hale. formPHr nn ,h B,vir;.4"rruu' -ueev. i.. i.eiug. of the
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visiting his parents at Rlooi
II. C. Hiatt, of Winchester.
was in the city the hrst of the
thp fimo tn ili ivnr nliMi'in. I
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D. M. Frost took the 4:20 p. ui.Rock
Islaud train to-day for Topeka. expect-
ing to return Saturday.
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Ohio, arrived m the city yesterday, and
are visiting with .John Slaven.
-Mr. Samuels, of the firm of Krouch.
Weiner & Samuels, was in the city Wed
nesday of this week on business.
Lewis Johnson, an inmate of the
county house, died of heart disease
Tuesdav afternoon at four o'clock.
Dr. S. J. Crumbine will leave for the
east Saturday of this week, on business.
He will be absent about three weeks.
M. M. Gwinner has moved out of the
Star Bakery, aud his bread will be found
on sale at S. Stubbs, H. E. AVellman, AA
F. Dean and II. R. Brown.
Mine host, Chas. Heinz, of the Del
monico, has refitted the restaurant in the
Delmonico building, and is again open
to the public at all hours of the day and
Miss Mary Clark, teacher of music
at the Presbyterian college, will give a
piano recital at the Phenix rooms ou
Thursday evening, under the auspices of
the club. The program tne will consist
of vocal and instrumental selections by
some of our best talent.
AVe have hail but three or four days
notice, to make arrangements in the get
ting out of this issue, consequently have
had uo time to solicit among our business
men. Next week we hope to see all, and
will eudeavor to give you a paper that
will in every detail be worthy of your
most liberal patronage.
Mr. A. M. Xettletou, of Lamed, ar
rived iu the city Monday afternoon to
accept a position on the Globe-Rebl'b-licax.
Mr. Xettleton is no stranger to
our people for he has done duty as a typo
ou the Globe for two or three years aud
is almost indispcnsible on the new jour
nal ou that account.
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watermelons our good friend James
James ou last Mouday insisted on leaving
two large juicy ones at the Globe-Republican
office, for which we extend
thanks and accord to him the first melon
notice in the new journal. Here is to
yon. James, hoping you may uever fail
in the melon crop.
E. E. Smith aud wife left Wednes
day morning for Garden City, where"Mi
Smith will enter the land office in order
that be may become acquainted with the
working of the office before euteriug
upon the discharge of his duties under
Hon. D. M. Frost, who will probably be
able to assume charge of the registership
abut the first of Xovember.
The board of education of this city
at their meeting October 1.1th, rejected
all bids for the erection of the new
school building, for the reason that they
were all too high, aud iu some instances
exceeded the amount of money availa
ble for the construction of said building.
Another advertisement for bids was or
dered and the bids will be passed upon
by the board on 3Iouday. October 2Sth.
3Ir. Thomas Keene, supported by a
most excellent company, played to a
good audience in this city on 3Ionday
evening, presenting the beautiful tragi
cal play 'Richelieu."' The name of 3Ir.
Keene alone speaks volumes more than
auj'thing we could say of him as an
actor. Our theatre-goers are under
lasting obligations to the opera
management for so rare a treat.
AAe would remind the opera house
management that if they expect any pat
ronage at all the coming season, they
must adopt some measure to keep out
the boys aud hoodlum crowd who throng
the rear of the opera house, and who
have no other interest apparently than to
be rude and .inake noise, greatly to the
discomfort of people who pay their money
to be entertained. AVe have heard many
complaints lately in regard to this mat
ter, and something has got to be done to
restore order, or good people will make
themselves conspicuous by their absence.
The regular quarterly examination of
applicants for teachers" certificates will
be held in the east side school building
October 26th.l8S9.beginning at eight a.m.
Fajcxie M. Thome, County Supt.
Dodge City, October 10th, 1SS9.
The books for the registration of vot
ers in the wards of the city of Dodge
City, Kansas, will be closed Saturday,
October 26th, 1889. at six o'clock p. m.
1 Smith Mueller At the residence
Stbb5;0f thebriuVs parents. 3Ir. and Mrs. D.
Mueller, 1S20 Good vpnm 5r t ,.,
ay evening. October
16th, 1SSD. at five o'clock, occurred ttaeUnd W
marriage of Miss Annie E. Mueller to l" FridayXov. 1st 1SSD, 7:30 p.
1 jietnodtst EpiscoDal chur.-h
; The wedding was
a very quiet oi:e, onlv
The bride is
a beautiful and acconi-!
1 pushed lady, aud well knowu to nn.lo-
'City .soeierv. havi
."mg lived the pat sum- t
j mer at the home of her brother.
nenry Jiueiler, in this citv.
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j.uc ;;iut.iiii is Known as on ot )m n
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s most honored and misted busi
: ness men. N hen first taking up his
i resideuce anions us he was encased
Portlier in the law firm of Harrington &cle" I.. S, Wootlburv
Smith, but soon afterward quitted the j Discussion Miss M
.iiLiuiwuiiawio iaKe tue lcspousib c
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position of cashier iu the Ameiican State!
I Bank, with which institution ho wasi.n. i
nected until last month, when the bank
ff1115 interests to the First National j
Batik of Dodge City
Mr. and Mrs. Smith arrived here Fri
day morning last, and this morning left
forGaiden City, which place will be
their future home. Mr. Smith having ac
cepted a position in the land office with
Register D. 31. Frost. The best wishes
of a host of friends follow them to their
Gen. B. A. Beeson Appointed Adjutant
General of Iowa.
Daily Times-Republican, Murslialtown, Iowa.
Geu. B. A. Beeson. qf this city, was
called to Des 3iotac yesterday by Gov
ernor Lurrabee and rendered the office of
adjutant general, the position made
Vacant by the resignation of General
Alexander. General Beeson decided to
accept the office and was commissioned
and entered at once upon the discharge
of duty, his term dating back to the 9th
of the month. He returned q hv city
last ereniug to look after his private
business as manager of the. Marshall
Printing Company and to see that it is
piaced iu proper bauds and will return
to Des Moines in A few days to assume
the duties of his new office. Although
there are said to have beeu a number of
applicants for the position, the appoint
ment came to Geuenl Beeson un
solicited either by himself or his frieuds
Governor Larrabee has made
the militarv branch of the state govern-
ment, aud has familiarized himself with '
its needs, its working mechanism and
the ability of its enthusiastic and unsel- '
fish officiarv. His desire seems to have I
been to secure in General Alexander's
OllbbrCUl tl.l. IMIII.1.1 I1IUCL t.ll.fllUIU ij
cnnoafSAf tli.ir ntlinnr .ir? i.itti.il.ln !..-.
his own experience and abilities as well
. as by a thorough knowledge of the Iowa
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. iruard to earn forward the SDlendid
i" . . .
i i-rru- rT l.uliuru .1 luvoiwiur
J hat the
governor found the right man in Geuer-
eral Beeson no one familiar with the
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uiMorv oi me iova omnia can uouut ior
a moment. General Beesou's
ment will delight and satisfy not only
the brigade and line officers but the rank
and file, for all know that iu him the'
j will have a thoroughly competent com
mander and the guard a dvvoted friend.
The people of 3Iarsha.l count, who
have" kuowu General Beeson for so man'
years and show their confidence in and
love for him in so many ways, will be
particularly gratified by this appointment
for the' know it is iu line with his tastes
aud with his capacity for splendid work
for the state. While one of the banner
republican counties of Iowa and the
home of many meu promiuent iu public
life, this is the first time the count has
been recoguized by an appointive or
elective office of general note; and while
the commission will expire with Govern
or Larrabee's term and Governor''
Hutchinson will be perfectly untrain
meled in the selection of a successor, our
people will rest confident that his inves
tigation of the situation, made with the J
help of his already iutimate knowledge
of the state's affairs, will endorse this
splendid appointment of the present ex
General Beeson is a brother to 3Ir. C.
31. Beeson, of this city, and all of Chalk's
frieuds will be pleased to share this good
news with him. General Beeson was
fnr manr W2N ji rp:idr rf thr Or rlv
and therefore we feel we have an -,..
quaintance with him. and extend our
The 3Iinneola sugar works, working
under the roaster process, made its first
run of sugar last Tuesday, turning out
an excelleut quality of "C" sugar. 31r.
J. George Luniilus. the chemist, pro
nounces it a great success. The Fort
Scott sugar works thus far have made
400.000 pounds of sngar. This signifies
that Kansas is coming to the front as a
sugar producing state.
Chair Cars to Pneblo.
The "Santa Fe Route'' is now running
free reclining-chair cars between Kansas
City and Denver on daily trains leaving
Kansas City at 11:20 a. .in., and Denver at
1:20 p. m. These cars are entirely new,
and have been built expressly for this train,
are fitted with all the modern appliances
for both convenience and safety, and are
uneqiuded by any cars run between these
points heretofore. Xo line can offer you
better accommodations tlun the old relia
ble! Santa Fe Ronte." For any informa
tion desired regarding rates, through car
accommodations, time of arrival and de
parture of trains, &c, call on any agent of
the Santa Fe, or address,
Geo. T. Xicuolsox,
Frorram or the Fr Oaaty Teachers
To be held in the Presbyterian church.
; Dodge City, Kansas, Xovember 1st and
Invocation: Rev. .1. M. Wriuhr.
Address of Welcome: D. Sw'nehart.
Ilespoiix.-: II. F. Gilbert. -Q
Music. . . &
Saturday Xov. 2nd 1SS9, J a. m. ,
Laier: Ventilation of Schoolroom
j F. U. Woodbury. ,
I.ily Uaiina. E. D.
lair: "What wc should Expect from
is the Ford County Teachers' llcadimr ' Cir-
try Hale. Win..
Reoitatiou Miss Rosa Miissclman.
Adjournment for dinner.
Symposyiim: Written Examinations.
1. Advantage;; to the teacher A. X.
2. Advantages to the pupil 5. E.
3. To what extent taken :is tests C.
Symjiosyum: Classification of country
1. Needs of Miss Emma Page.
2. How secured J. A. Beadle.
3. Benefits derived Miss Anna
The voters of Xorth Dodge township
met at II. Juneau's office and nominated
the following ticket: Trustee, J. H.
Churchill; clerk. George AA Reighard :
treasurer, G. V. Bartlett; justices of the
peace, J. II. Crawford aud Joseph Size
love; constables, John Xeiss aud Victor
Carson: road overseer. II. P. Xeiss.
A young farmer near Americiw. Gi:i
who had mortgaged his nitiies ami coTiUi
not redeem them, asked a lawyer how he
could prevent their confiscation. He w:i
told to many, and then his wife could
homestead and save the animals. "Well,
replied the young man, I will get married
then, if that is the only way out of it. but
it seems to me that it is a poor law that
I deprives a man of hU liberty just to save
1 lWO '""les. Ex.
Whereas the Board of Countv Commis
sioners within and for the County ot Foul.
:md State of Kansas, did on the 9th, dav
of October, 1SS9 convene and make, anil
I t'"I,e,'." thr mnfc. an order for the
i siiwiiu.-ssiuii iu me iiii.iiiui.-ii uiers ui rurn
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wiiiiij, ui .i iii'wjiuuii iu i.-siH- rii-
i Thousand dollars (r000) of County War-
' rants, drawn on the general fund of said
' "ord Comity. J ' building and
establishing a Soldiers Home at old Fort
Dodge. And did order me the uuderaigii-
ed slierill" of Ford Countv, Kansas, to
make due aud legal proclamation of the
time and place of holding said election.
ow, therefore I II. B. Bell sheriff ot
Ford County. Kansas, by virture of the
authority in me vested by law, and in
obedience to the order of tiie Board of
j County Commissioners of Ford County,
Kansas, uo nercoy proclaim, and give no
tice, that an election will lie held iu the
several voting precincts of Ford County.
Kansas, on Tuesday. Xoveniber, 5th, 189
at the usual voting places therein to vote
in accordance with the aforesaid order of
Board of County Commissioners upon the
question of the issuing of Five Thousand
Dollars iu county warrants drawn ou the
general fund of said Ford County, to aid in
building and establishing a SoldiersJIoine
at Old Fort Dodge.
II. B. Bell.
Sheriff of Ford County, Kansas.
LOAN AND INSURANCE.
A. H. HUDSON & CO.,
Successors to V. S. Pag-an.
Having purchased the Real Estate,
Loan and Insurance business of AV.
S. Pagan, of this city. "Wo respect
fully solicit the business of his former
patrons, and the general public, and
feel assured that we can offer equal
inducements iu our line of business
to any agency of the kind in South
City and farm loans will be made
at the very lowest rates, and exami
nations made immediately on appli
cation, thus saving customers the de
lay usual in such transactions.
Parties wishing to prove up or to
make loans will find it to their inter
est to call and see us. Office under
First National Bank building, Dodge
A. H. Hudson fc Co.
JrC. -fcU. iriXOS,
Saddles, Harness, Etc., Etc.
Saddles Made to Order,
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