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She comes from the past and re-visits
She looks as she did then, all beauty
So smiling and tender, so fresh and
And yonder she s:ts in my cane
Many a man sits silent and alone in a
home of mourning and conjures up before
bis eyes the face and form of the woman
who was once a loving wife and a faithful
helpmate. In thousands of such cases the
wife might still be alive and well and
happy, had the man been not only a good
husband, but a wise adviser. Women
shrink from the ordeal of consulting a
physician. They shudder at the thought
of submitting to the obnoxious examina
tions insisted upon by most physicians.
In the majority of cases they have none
of this hesitancy about consulting their
husbands. A wise man will understand at
once that troubles of this description will
soon break down a woman's general health.
He will understand that a specialist of emi
nence and world wide reputation should be
frankly consulted at once. Dr. R. V. Pierce,
for thirty years chief consulting physician
to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute, at Buffalo, N. Y., is one of the most
eminent and widely-known specialists in
the world. With the assistance of a staff
of able phvsicians, he has prescribed for
many thousands of ailing women. He has
discovered a wonderful medicine for wo
men, that may be used in the privacy of
their homes. It is known as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It cures surely,
speedily and permanently, all weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organism.
It allays inflammation, heals ulceration,
soothes pain, gives rest to the tortured
nerves, and checks debilitating drains.
Official City and County Paper.
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Entered at the Tostofllce at Dodge City
Kansas, for transmission through the malls
EN. n. KLAHTE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHES.
THUKSDAY, MARCH 31, 1898.
Wheat is all right.
Oranges and lemons are marked way
down at Iinel's.
Easter eggs of all sizes at the Racket
and Novelty Store.
Easter egg dyes, all colors and kinds at
the Racket and Novelty Store.
linel would like to figure with you on
potatoes by the sack. A fresh supply
Dr. Crumbine was called to Spearville
on account of illness in the family of J.
Washing Wanted. Thirty years ex
perience. Inquire of Otto Vanselow, at
Bee Hive Store.
Imel is headquarters for onions. They
are fine and cheaper than ever before
6old in Dodge.
Cleaning and Repairing Gentle
men's clothing neatly and cheaply. Ap
ply to Miss S. F. Wells, south of Dr.
McCarty's residence. lm.
Fob Sale. A family horse, absolutely
sound, G years old, weight 950 pounds.
Price $40. Apply to
B. F. Bixby, Spearville, Kas.
W. H. Preston is a candidate for justice
of the peace, at the solicitation of many
friends. Mr. Preston will make an effi
cient officer if elected, and he will dis
charge the duties honestly and fearlessly,
and to the best interests of everyone.
The telegraph announces the appoint
ment by Governor Leedy of Kansas,
of Capt. W. H. Strickter of Dodge City,
on his personal stuff with the rank of
colonel. This appointment is one of the
most meritorious that could possibly be
made, and we herewith extend to Col.
W. H. Strickler our hearty congratula
tions. H. J. Franklin of Pueblo, assistant
general claim agent of the Santa Fe rail
way, was in the city last week. Mr.
Franklin had gone over the burnt district
in Gray, Ford and Hodgeman counties,
and estimated the losses by the prairie
fire of two weeks ago. These estimates
or claims will be sent into be adjusted.
Mr. Franklin's territory extends to every
part west and south of Dodge City. He
resides in Pueblo.
W. H. Beck of Spearville township,
was in the city Saturday. He says the
freeze of last week injured some of the
fruit buds. Apricots will not make more
than half a crop. Peaches souse injured,
but there is an abundance of bads unin
jared. The rest of (be fruit was not far
sough advanced to be hurt. Wheat was
frosted, but the roots are not damaged,
except it may be on freshly plowed
ground. A rain would help the wheat
ytaat in every respect .
v i i an
AN EASTKR PATRIOT.
Never ketch me growlin 'boat millinery
I likes ter see, at Easter, the dear wife pnt
Like to see her flxin' of her dear ol self in
Fer she's sweeter in a minute than the others
in a mile!
Nuthln'in the country's too good for her;
Have sot it down to never pass the Easter
Ef I halt suspect she wants 'em; ef she only
hints that she
Wants somethin' in the winders, they ain't
big enough fer me!
Jest buy the store out fer her; fer it 'livens
up yer life
To know this thing called "money" is a
blessin' ter yer wife ;
An' when Easter bells are ringin' an' the
worl's on dress parade,
Ter know thar ain't a woman that kin throw
her in the shade!
It don't take much ter dress her, bnt it's got
ter be the best
That's in the fashion papers whar the purty
ones air dressed;
Love ter see her fixin of her dear ol' self In
Fer she's sweeter in a minute than the rest
air in a mile!
From Atlanta Constitution.
Easter novelties of all descriptions at
the Racket and Novelty Store.
Fred Werner's Lnck.
The Cimarron Jacksonian says of Fred
Werner of this city :
While on her way to Dodge City yes
terday morning Mrs. Luther lost a cape
somewhere along the road. The cape
was found by Fred Werner, who passed
by on a bicycle a few hours later. On
his arrival at Cimarron he came direct to
the Jacksonian office and wrote a notice
for publication, stating that he bad found
the garment. Knowing that Mrs. Luther
had driven down to Dodge in the morn
ing we thought perhaps the lost cape
might belong to her, and so apprised the
finder of the fact. On inquiry we found
our surmise to be true, and the cape was
turned over to Mr. Luther. Mr. Werner
lives at Dodge City, and in his travels on
a wheel of late has been very fortunate
iu finding lost articles. Among other
things he found a lap robe, overc at, and
a pocket book containing 980, all of
which were returned to the owners. But
honesty always has its reward, and Wer
ner was no exception to the rule. Going
into a town where a four hundred dollar
piano was being raffled off he was pre
vailed on to take a chance, and won the
A -Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaE.
Hart of Groton, S. D : "Was taken with
a bad cold which settled on my lungs;
cough bet in and finally terminated in
consumption. Four doctors gave me up,
saying I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Savior, determined
if I could not stay with my friends on
earth, I would meet my absent ones above.
My husband was advised to get Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial,
took in all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God I am saved and now
a well and healthy woman." Trial bot
tles free at W. F. Pine's City Drug Store.
Regular size 50c and $1. Guaranteed or
The Light of the Fntnre.
Why not be independent and own your
own little gas plant, which will give four
times more light than ordinary gas or
elect i ic lights at one half the cost? Ap
plicable for use iii churches, stores, fac
tories', hotels, residences and country
homi's; safer than ordinary gas or kero
sene Ininps. Approved by all the Boards
of Underwriters throughout the United
Staii . We want a first class agent in
even town. Write for catalogue and
Tin-: Acetylene Gas Machine Co.,
ami vjfe should know about the pre
paration that for half a century has
been helping expectant mothers bring
lit!'.: ones into the world without
danger and the hundred and one
&" j discomforts and distractions
' incident to child-birth. It
?fj is applied externally, which
w Trj-Ti :v wr"'
jucuiuucs uuten lnieromuy
will not help and maj
result in harm.
fits and prepares every
organ, muscle and
part of the body foz
the critical hour. It
robs child-birth of its
tortures and pains.
Baby's coming is made
quick and easy. Its
action is doubly bene
used during the whole
eriod of pregnancy.
1 per bottle at all drug stores, or
seni by mail on receipt of price.
Books Fan, coataiaiag valaabk htfor
saatira to all woasea, will be seat ft say
address apoa application by
TbeBradffeM Regulator Co.,
mm - . .t.
v "rial if
Don't scratch your life away, but nse
Dr. Sawyer's Witch Hazeland Arnica
Salve for eczema, piles, blves, burns and
cuts. W. S. Amos.
Several new sidewalks have been laid
the past week, and this Improvement is
an evidence of the better condition of
affairs in the city.
"Little colds neglected costs thousands
of deaths daily. People who have need
Dr. Sawyers Wild Cherry and Tar, rec
ommend it even for consumption. W. S.
Imel has a carload of the well known
Ciraanon mill flour. He sells three grades
The First Patent, the best: Substantial,
2d grade; and Short Grass, 3d grade.
This is good flour, ant1 you can buy it at
lower prices than any other flour.
If you have urinary trouble or pain in
the back, indicating kidney disorders, if
there be a general loss of energy, we ask
you in all fairness to use Dr. Sawyer's
Ukatine. Thousands bear evidence to
the fact that it cures. W. S. Amos.
Robt. M. Rath has a two weeks vaca
tion from his stud its at the State Univer
sity. All students were given a vacation
owing to the burning of the power house
which heats and lights the university
"A word to the wise is sufficient' and
a word from the wise should be sufficient,
but you ask, who are the wise? Those
who know. The oft repeated experience
of trustworthy persons may be taken for
knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives better
satisfaction than any other in the market.
He has been in the drag business at Elk
ton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hun
dreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly
all othef'cough medicines manufactured,
which shows conclusively that Chamber
lain's is the most satisfactory to the 'peo
ple, and is the best. For sale by W. S.
Amos, Drug Store.
No constipated person can look his or
her best or feel perfectly well. For that
inactive liver and constipation, try Dr.
Sawyer's Little Wide Awake Pills, and
they will cure you. W. S. Amos.
On G. A. Pinney's farm, on the Saw
log, a cow died of consumption last week.
On examination the lungs of the cow
were found to be almost totally diseased.
During her illness the cow went about
with a drooping head, and rapidly fell
away in flesh. The animal belonged to
Mrs. R. W. Evans.
My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism with great relief,
and I can recommend it as a splendid
liniment for rheumatism and other house
hold use for which we have found it
valuable. W.J.Cuyler, Red Creek, N.Y.
Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer
chants of this village and one of the most
piominent men in this vicinity. W. G.
Phippin, editor Red Creek Herald. For
sale by W. S. Amos, Drug Store.
II. Lankelina, representing the Cham
berlain Medicine Co., stopped over in the
city on Sunday, having arrived here Sat
urday. He said the depot hotel was the
finest hotel in the wett, and traveling
men liked to avail themselves of its7 ac
commodations. Dodge City is promt of
this fine hotel.
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy in the Worcester Enterprise
recently, which leads me to write this. I
can truthfully say I never used any rem
edy equal to it for colic and diarrhoea. I
have never bad to nse more than one or
two doses to cure the worst case with my
self or children. W. A. Stroud, Popo
moke City, Md. For sale by W. S. Amos.
MULES FOR SALE.
A pair of three-year-old mules for sale.
Good size and color. Apply to
7 miles west of Dodge City.
Judge B. F. Milton Of Dodge City,
tells an interesting story that illustrates
the rise in value of cattle. He has a
family cow that drops a calf every spring
with exemplary regularity. Three or
four years ago it was quite a job to get
rid of that calf at any price. Last spring,
however, the day the calf was born there
were three men after it. This year if
nothing happens there will be a calf next
month again. Already two men have
spoken for it, secured the refusal.of the
calf that is not born yet. If this thing
goes on the family cow will be as much
a matter of interest as the Duchess of
Marlborough was and daily bulletins will
be issued as to the prospects, probable
sex, etc. Kinsley Mercury.
In 1888 my wife went East and was at
tacked with rheumatism. Sberecivedao
relief until she tried Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Since that time we have never
been without it We find 1t gives instant
relief in cases of bums and scalds and Is
never failing for all rheumatic aadnea
ralgic pains. D. C. Brant. Santa Ynea,
Cal. For sale by W. S. Anus.
Fred W. Boyd has declined to
candidate for City Marshal.
' S & tav
What boots it that a man bis wife
Sbonld starve him all through Lest,
When she spends all that's saved thereby
For Easter ornament?
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby
terian church will give a market in the
Racket and Novelty Store on the Satur
day before Easter.
E. H. Madison of Dodge City, one of
the leading attorneys of Kansas, was in
the city Saturday on legal business. Mr.
Madison has mauy friends in Pawnee
county who would like to see him elected
attorney general on the Republican ticket
this fall. Lamed Chronoecope.
Thousands of sufferers from grippe
have been restored to health by One Min
ute Cough Cure. It quickly cures coughs,
colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe,
asthma, and all throat and lung diseases,
The Palace Drug Co.
A new swindle is being worked on
Kansas farmers. A man puts in an ap
pearance iu a locality, and announces
that he proposes to organize a farmer's
lodge, to be known as "Progressive
Friends." The object, it is explained, is
to give the members an advantage over
others in regard to markets and prices on
manufactured goods. The organizer col
lects iuitiatioH fees and disappears.
A torpid liver robs you of ambition
and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little
Early Riseis cleanses the liver, cure con
stipation and all stomach and liver trou
bles. The Palace Drug Co.
J. M. Burson can furnish you with
most any kind of a trade in real estate
A large amount of cane seed has been
threshed in this county within the past
few days. As the farmers are finding out
that they will have a large amount of
cane left over they are threshing consid
erable of it on account of the high price
of seed. Garden City Herald.
Rev. S. H. Jones. Tacoma, Wash.,
says: "I have suffered for years with con
stipation and Indigestion. One bottle of
Beggs' Little Giant Pills relieved me en
tirely." Sold by W. F. Pine.
W. T. Watson, the Santa Fe detective,
was beaten up by tramps at Hutchinson
two weeks ago. The trainmen attempted
to eject the tramps from a passenger
train, but they showed fight and Watson
coming to the assistance of the train
crew he was knocked down for his pains.
Thirty-five years make a generation.
That is how long Adolph Fisher of Zanes
ville, O., suffered from piles. He was
cured by using three boxes of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. The Palace Drug Co.
Imel is selling three grades of Cimar
ron mill flour. It is the best flour in the
market, and sell cheaper. Try it.
In the Indianapolis Methodist church
women must either remove their hats or
leave the church. The local pastor be
lieves that the object of Christianity is
the milleniuui, not the millinery.
It is a great leap from the old fashioned
doses of blue-mass and nauseous physics
to the pleasant little pills known as
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure
constipation, sick headache and bilious
ness. The Palace Drug Co.
The men who know the most about war
say the least. As Thackeray said of
love-stories: "No one should write a
love-story after he is fifty. And why?
Because he knows too much about it."
Beggs' Eye Salve will cure inflamed or
week eyes. JNotmng Detter. Try ic. w.
One ranch 1 mile from Dodge City,
P. H. SOGHBUK.
"Mandy," said the Kansas man, haul
ing up his horses in .the back yard.
"things are getting warm between this
country and Spain. People are already
advertising weapons on the fences. Down
the road I saw a man painting the sign :
'Get Hottleworth'Spain Killer.' "
For Sals Cheap 25 farms including
1000 acres of alfalfa lands. Apply to
P. H. SUGHRUB.
For Sale A good farm of 160 acres,
six miles from Dodge City. Will sell
cheap for cash. Address for particulars,
John T. Smith, 700 Milwaukee Ave.,
A little hoy asked for a bottle or "get
up in the morning as fast as you can,"
the druggist recognized a household
name for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers,"
and gave him a bottle of those famous
little pills for constipation, sick headache,
liver and stomach troubles. The Palace
Walter Pine delivers the Topeka State
Journal anywhere in town at ten cents
per week. For general, state and rail
road news the Journal is unexcelled.
was a sufferer for ten years, trying most
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success, DeWitt's Witch Hazel save was
recommended to me. I used one box. It
has effected a permanent cure." As a
permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve has no equal. The Palace
Cimarron has a woman for mayor, a
woman postmistress, and a woman for
superintendent of public instruction.
Children like it, it saves their lives. We
mean One Minute Cough Oure, the infal
lible remedy for coughs, colds, croup,
bronchitis, grippe, and all throat and
long troubles. The Palace Drag Co.
The Hodgeman county treasury con
tains $27,000 in cash, and no debt on the
The farmer, the mschaaio and the bi-
cyete rider are liable to unexpected cuts
ri braises. DeWitt's Witch Havel Salve
the best thing to keep on hand. It
heals qniekly, and is a well known core
loejuBf. xaejraiaoa isrqguo.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTOBIA," AND
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now sifti." on ever9
bear the facsimile signature of Crfoffl&4tic wrapper.
This is the original " PITCHERS CASTOR which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty '
years, luuk uaku-ully at
the kind you have always bought p sf. ? on
and has the signature of C4ft&ZcMC wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher &
President. x .
March 8, 1897. Qfc 3x4H.p.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even be does not knov.;
"The Kind Yon Have Always Bonght"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SGNAYJRE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed Yon.
tmi ccntauh eomAmr, tt hurray strkkt. mm tomt city.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Dodge City, Kas.
March 12, 1S9S.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that proof will be made before the Reg
ister and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at
Dodge City, Kas.. on April 23, 1808, viz : Jacob
. Hess. II. E. No. 1S032, for the SWtt, Sec.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence npon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Charles Lapp, Joseph
C. Wentz, Jesse L. Braddock, Fred Weidower,
all of Spearville. Kas.
THOS. A. SCATES. Register.
is not the only thing
that has made ....
Popular. No finer wheels
in looks or quality. Cres
cent Beauty speaks for
Juveniles - - - $20, 825, $30
Racers and Roadsters - - 50
)fc Chainless and Tandems - - 75
I PRICE and QUALITY GUARANTEED
it Dodge City, Kansas
First Publication March 17, 1878.
Warren V. Brown, Plaintiff,
C. C. Nields, McKinley A Heliker, E. neliker,
Trustee, and Johnson Stiles, Defendants.
The State of Kansas to B. O. Nields, McKin
ley & Heliker & E. Heliker, Trustee, and
Johnson stiles, greeting:
Vnu and each of vou will take notice that
yon have been sued In the District Court of
Ford Connty, in the state or Kansas, in an
action wherein warren v. tirown is uiainuu,
and B. C. Nields, McKinley & Heliker, E.
Heliker, Trustee, and Johnson Stiles are de
fendants, and that you must answer the peti
tion In said action filed on or before the 29th
day of April, 1893, or the same will be taken
as true and judgment rendered accordingly,
quieting the title in plaintiff In this action to
the following described real estate situate in
Ford Connty, Kansas, to-wit:
Lots one (1), and two (2) and east of
northwest X of section number thirty (30),
township number twenty-seven (27), range
twenty-five (25), west of the 6th P. M.
And barring you and each ofyou from as
serting any claim whatever in and to said
land adverse to plaintiff 's title.
Witness my hand and seal of said
1 8EAL.1 court this 14th day of March, 1893.
T. E. FRENCH,
Clerk of District Court.
E. V. Lants, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Foil Standard and Registered American
Finest Bred Young Horse in Wetern
Kansas. Coming Fonr Tears Old.
WILL MAKE SEASON OF 1898
at our farm, 6 miles northeast of Spear
ville and 2 miles north of Bellefont The
best of accommodation and satisfaction
guaranteed. Wie senden zu unsern deua
caen Freunden else extra einladung zu
komaea und scben uns.
will nrsums colt fob lis.
Write for dswriBtrr efraalar showing his rseod
J. E. MELLECKER,
the wrapper ana see that u ;
I nnnin Chicago
IN NOW OPEN
It runs on VanBuren St.
directly in front of the
Rock Island &
Passengers arriving in Chicago can, by the
new Union Elevated Loop, reah any part of
the city; or for a five cent fare, can be taken
immediately to any of the large stores in the
down town district,
All Elevated trains will stop at the "Rock
Island" Station. Train every minute.
These facilities can only be offered by the
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
If you will send a 2-cent stamp for postage
we will send you at once a new bird's-eye
view of Chicago, just Issued in five colors,
which shows you Just what you want to
know abonnt Chicago and the new Loop and
Elevated System. This map you should have
whether you live out of the city and expect
to to come to It, or whether you now live In
Chicago and you or your friends ccntempiate
making a trip.
JOHN SEBASTIAN, G.P. A.,
On Sawlog and NW of
Dodge Ci'tt, Kansas.
J.II. Chcrchill, Agt-
Z on left !ec. Addition
al brands. D Z.
Ear mark, crop off the
W. B. GRIMES. Js,
Dodok City, Kas.
Bar on left fide and
neck. Baron right
Other brands T on
O X on left hip or fide
tes on leit side.
Doable circle on left tide.
Any one having cattle with above named
brands will please notify me as above.
Dodok Cm, Kas.
I C on left hip andleft
0 0 Bar link on
left side and hip.
Raneh 6 mils west
or Dodge City, north
line or river.
NOTICE. No. 11852.
U. S. Lajtd Omci,
Dodok Crry, Kansas. March 11. 1897.
Complaint being entered at this office by
William H. Smith against frank M. Sweeney,
heir of Augustus B. Sweeney, and the other
heirs of Augustus B. Sweeney, deceased,
whose names are unknown to this plaintiff,
for abandoning Homestead Entry No. 18541,
dated August first, 1892, upon the 8. W. ,
Sec. 12, Twp. 25, south range 25, west, in Ford
county, Kansas, with a view to the cancella
tion of said entry, contestant alleging:
That the said Augustus B. Sweeney, during
his life time, and Frank M. Sweeney, bis heir
mad the other heirs of Augustus B. Sweeney,
whose names are unknown to this plaintiff,
has wholly abandoned said tract, and said
tract is not settled upon and cultivated by
said party as required by law. That saki
Augustus B. Sweeney failed to establish, a
residence thereon, that be did not build a
residence thereon, and he failed to improve
the land In any particular, that said Augus
tus B. Sweeney has since departed this life,
and bis heirs have not settled anon and cul
tivated said tract since his death, and saM
aerauit continues npxo ana inciuaing thai
The said parties are hereby summoned 'j
this once on ths 30th dav of Ma. ?,
, at ten o'clock a. m., to respond and for-, y.
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