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Furniture and carpets for sale.
Wm. Wilson, Military avenne.
Imel, the popular grocer, is in receipt
of a fresh stock of groceries.
Keystone dour is still having a run at
Sam Stabbft' Ceutral Grocery Store.
The mUsiou tea at C. A. Hnlpieu's
residence last night was well patronized.
Posts. . .
k We are in a better position to sell Lumber than we have ever b
big stock, all grades, kllu
If We will make a special effort from this on to sell the Lumber used in the East p
jEudof Ford County, and in order to do this we have bought a big stock.
COT IT DIRT CHEAP WILL SELL ITSAMEWAY.
Come and examine our stock and get our prices. That is the way to convince
: 3-ourselves. Also remember that we are headquarters for : j
Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Builders'
and Farmers' Hardware, Barb Wire, Lime, etc. g
ff Regular Communication of St. Ber
t jrnard Lodzie X,222, A. F. & A. M..
yr meets M.-cond and fourth Fridays of
each mouth, it S p. in., at monic hall.
E. B. GOODRICH, W. M.
DODGE CITY CHAPTER. 2f'. 75, R-A. M.,
meets second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month at S p. m- In Maonlc Hall.
PAUL HEXKEL, U. P.
J. C. BAIRD. Secretary.
LEWI POST, NO. 2J4, i. A. B. Meets
eery first and third Tuesday nights in
each month. P. R. IIorble, Commander.
U. F. IlAMMOJCD.Adjutant.
nCC ifr Cammanderr, N. S-",
U Meets in rejnilar conclave F!r-t and Third
Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock, p. m.
Sir Knight eerdially invited.
W. .1. Dx ies. Eminent Com'der.
VT. S. Amos, Recorder.
St. Bernard Chapter, TS. 7, O. E. S
Meets second and fourth Tuesday 8 p. m.
Visitors cordiallv welcomed.
ilnf.W. II. CiiU'W.vx, Worthy Matron.
Mas. E. D. Bowks, Secretary-
l.v.J.WJ I. O. O. F.,
Meets In U. A. R. Hall on first and third Mon
days of every month, at s p. m.
P. H. SCGUBUE. N. G.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Colo. X Utah Express....
Mexico California Ex...
1 :55 am
s IC WJ ftiy tTl c?il
10 30 pin
Trains. ? Arrives Leaves
Atlantic Express 2 7:05pm 7-30pm
K. C. & Chicago Express.. fi 7:00 am 7:20am
K. C. k Chlca o Express. b 0:10 pm .':33pm
Way FreiKiit 74) 5:OJam
FRED GARDNER, Agent.
ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
Train Xo. 121 arrives at Dodjre City 12:25 p. m.
Train No. 122 leave- Dodce Cltv at 1:35 p.m.
II. A. BRECKINRIDGE. Agent.
Choice groceries at Iinel's.
See the trunks and get the prices at The
Racket ami Novelty Store.
Remember the A. O.
the rink, October IStu.
U. W. dance at
Buckeye mowers and reapers at Zfm
memiauu Hardware Company.
The Racket and Xovelty Store is loca
ted two doors north of postoffice.
Our railroad boys are experiencing a
season of-good business for a few days.
If you want a bargain in farm or city
property do not fail to see J. M. Bursou.
The Western Union have opened their
city office in the south end of P. II.
Barb wire, large lot of poets and wire
nails at jobbers prices. Zinimerraann
Mrs. Gilbert has charge of the music
department at Soule college during Mrs.
Bigger assortment of buggies and
wagons than ever before, at the Zimmer
' sunn Hardware Compauy."
The Republicans of Hodgeman count?
"have 'done wisely in nominating C. A.
Guthrie for comity commissioner.
4We are the people" when von want
ftfeHVfancT California fruit. We receive
a'ftwcl, innnlv i tka P.hmI nmmiv
S ,-" nv ,v- ";
4-Bwtec a wees.
dried, and our prices are n,
Salt by the barrel or in any quantity
The Central Grocery have a complete
line of Balaton's Health Foods.
J. M. Burson
lease or sell you
is the party who can
a cattle ranch or farm.
Double attraction next Monday. Jerry
Simpson aud Senator Baker will both
speak iu the city.
Mrs Pearce is now occupying rooms in
opera house, where she will be pleased
to meet her pupils.
Keystone Flour has been our standard
for seven years, and never fails to satisfy.
For sale by Central Grocery.
"Premium"' flour is not the best be
cause Leroy Martin sells it, but he sells it
because it is the best. See?
Fuller-T.ee Disc Drills. Only drill that
is sure to make your wheat grow, at
Ztminermuuu Hardware Company.
Mrs. S. A. Slingerlaud has received n
full line of fall millinery, and she invites
all Indies to call at her rooms, two doors
south of the rink.
P. II. Young sold to George J. Allen
of Gray county, seventeen head of calves
at $16.50 a bead. A good price, but the
calves were a tine lot, iu good conditiou.
J. H. Crawford has given up bis posi
tion iu Intel's grocery and will devote bis
time to live stock and farm interests.
Miss Viola Irael takes his place in her
On October 2d the new Evangelical
Lutheran church at Wheat und township.
Ford county, will be dedicated. German
preaching at 10 a. in.; English preaching
at 2 p. m. Dinner will be served at old
church. All invited.
A. Hanna has our thanks for a basket
of fine peaches, raised in his orcbaid
north of Duck Creek. Mr. Hanna's
peach ciop this year was thirty bushels,
a fair crop considering the year, without
irrigation. Mr. Hanna has a tine farm
with many improvements.
Assistant Attorney General Snellmg
spoke in the riuk, Monday evening, 10 a
very small crowd, which had been gath
ered togtther by the music of the Dodge
City band ; but the crowd did not hold
together while the speaker vainly at
tempted to show why he renegaded from
the Kepublicau party. The crowd was
composed mostly ot women aud children.
Rev. S. E. Busser of Emporia, has been
appointed superintendent of the libraries
and reading rooms on the entire Santa Fe
system, from Chicago to Galveston aud
Los Angeles. The position carries a
nice salary, aud he will also lecture at
the various division points in connection
with his work. The many friends of
Rev. Busser will be glad to hear of this
appoiutmeut, and will be glad to greet
him wheu be visits Dodge in an official
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pare Grape Cream of Tatar Powder. Free
i from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
JO YEAIS THE STANDARD.
For Sale Twenty-two young native
cows and IS large native calves.
P. fl. Yocxg.
"Finicky" Marsh said his parents were
well and they were living at Deming,
Engineer James C Ault, now running
on the Santa Fe railway, was a soldier in
General Shaf ter's command in the ser
vice against Indians iu Ariznua, and be
was discharged in 1SS2. Mr. Ault was
iu the tegular array.
J. A. Arment has the contract for re
painting the opera house, aud be will
begin work October 1st. A. Gluck. the
owner of the opera house, has put water
iu the building, aud will make many
Come in and ask for an examination if
your eyes are bothering you in any way.
Get the examination first. It costs you
nothing. We tell you what you ought
to do aud then you can do as you please.
Prop. E. E. Brans.
With P. H. Young, The Jeweler.
Harrison's Comedy Company closed a
week's successful engagement in this city
Saturday night. The drawing for the
furniture resulted in the following per
sons getting prizes: Lounge, Miss Dot
Henkel; rocking chair, W. F. Petillon;
rocking chair, Charlie Vuughu.
Little Jack Horner
Went to the corner
Grocery to buy some bread,
But he saw ou the rack
-A Premium" sack
Of flour and took that instead.
Be as wise as Jack and buy a "good
thing' when it is for sale. Sold by Roy
Martin at the Blue Front.
I can measure your eyes as accurately
as a tailor or dressmaker can measure you
for a suit. Understanding the eye
thoroughly, I allow no muscular action
or reflex nervou condition to deceive
me. I don't fit the glasses by guess, but
guarantee every glass I fit to be abso
lutely right. Prof. E. E. Brans,
Vith P, H, Young. The Jeweler.
Yon can't expect your husband to be
good uatured when you give him
'soggy'' bread, and you cau't make good
bread unless you have good flour. Buy
the "Premium Floor' and be convinced
that it is the best on the market. A
positive guarantee w ith every sack. Or
der it from your grocery man or get it
direct from Roy Martlu at the Blue
Front, west of postoffice.
R. S. Crane is building a house for a
residence on Railroad avenue. The
house is under roof, aud will be ready for
occupancy before the cold weather sets in.
W. J. Davies is preparing to build a
re&idence house on First avenue, and the
contract for building has been let. Mauy
improvements have been made in the
city the past year. Next year there will
be considerable building. The scarcity
of dwellings in the city will cause the
erection of moie houses.
S"F. Gordon, a member of Co. B. 21st
Kansas volunteers, who is ou a thirty
days furlough, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Gordou was in the hospital 22 days,
sick with typhoid fever. He saj's he re
ceived good treatment in the hospital,
and saw no reason for complaint. He
was in the regimental hospital, the divi
sion hospital, and was discharged from
the Steinberg hospital, in Chickamauga
Park, near Lytic, Ga. There were
trained unrses in the latter hospital, and
the patients received the best of treat
ment. Mr. Gordon's home is on Crooked
Creek, where he has been visiting.
John Mitchell, an old soldier, is lying
dangerously sick in the city hall building.
He has been under the care of the city
authorities,' who have given him close
attention. The unfortunate man came
here from the east, on Satin day last, in a
hungry condition. Some one gave him
50 cants. with which he purchased food
aud gorged himself. His condition is
critical, aud Dr. Crumbine, who is at
tending to him. says he will probably
Since the above was written, John
Mitchell died Tuesday evening, between
6 and 7 o'clock. He was 60 years of age.
The funeral took place yesterday, and
was condncted by the G. A. R, Mitchell
lately returned from Arkansas, where be
had contract work on the Fort Scott rail
road. While in Arkansas he took mala
rial fever, and he had not inliy recovered
from that sickness when he reached this
city. He was on bis return to Lamar,
where he was ouce employed on irriga
tion work. He lived in Dodge City a
number of years ago, and be was known
to many old time citizens. Tiie city oM
cers endeavored to secure a place in the
Soldiers' Home hospital for the sick nun,
bnt were unable to do so.
The deceased during the civil war was
a member of the 14th New York regiment.
He was a pensioner.
Jersey Baking Powder is the honse
wife's friend. Sold only by Sam Stubbe,
at the Central Grocery.
The A. O. U. W. will give a ball hi
McCarty's rink, October IStb. Beeson's
orchestra will furnish the music.
H. L. Wolf of Garden City, was elected
president of the Photographers State
association, in session at Topeka.
The uarae of the optician with P. II.
Young is E. E. Brann. and not Brown,
as we priuted the name last week.
Chris Bebl has about completed the
plowing of Are guards iu Dodge town
ship. Mr. Behl is again a candidate fur
Food prepared with the Jersey Baking
Powder is wholsome. This powder is
free from Rochelle salts, alum, lime and
ammonia. For sale by Sam Stnbbs, at
the Central Grocery.
G. W. Slavens sold to Wm. Myers of
Fowler, Kas., 65 bead of Hereford cattle,
yearlings, 27 for steers aud 830 for
heifers. The price is -the top of the
market." The yearlings were in good
Miss May Burson is one of the teachers
in the school iu the Soldier's Home, at
Fort Dodge. Miss Bursou represents the
66th districb, but she has a room iu the
school at the home, and 6he is under the
management of tde home school.
A meeting of the citizens of Dodge
City and Ford county will be held iu the
court house, Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock, to make arrangements for the
reception of our returning vuluuteers.
Everybody is requested to be preseut.
The Republicans of Dodge township
have made the following nomiug nomina
tions of township officers: Trustee,
Geo. W. Reighard ; clerk. Victor Carson ;
treasurer, G. V. Bartlett, justice of
the peace, J. H. Crawford; road overseer,
Chris. Behl; constable, Dick Stubbs.
What moistens the lip
And gladdens the eye;
What calls back the past
Like the rich punipkiri"pie?
The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will
give a pumpkin pie social, with a short
program, at the residence of Mrs. Jennie
Collar, Thursday evening, October 6th.
Sheriff Bell returned, Sunday night,
with a prisoner he artested atJetmore.
The fellow's name is Russell, and he is
charged with stealing a bicycle at Mc
Carty's link. He is a deaf aud dumb
mute, aud he puts on a good deal of style,
aud calls for luxuries at the jail. Orau-ges,-f
ruit and tobacco :ne choice things
with him. The fellow was beggiug on
the streets some days last wtek.
The officers made quick dispatch with
Charles Russell, the mute. On Monday
he was examined before Squire LyBraud
aud bouud over for his appearance iu the
distriet court. J. M. Kirkpatnck, acting
county attorney, conducted the prosecu
tion. It is believed that the "mute' is
Our Boys Arrive at Leavenworth.
Leavenworth, Kas.. Sept. 2S. The
2M Kansas regiment of volunteers ar
rived here this morning from Lexington.
The first section reached the city at 4
o'clock, the last coming in-at S :30. The
first section carried seventy-two sick,
twenty-two of whom had typhoid fever.
Coffee and sandwiches were served to the
soldiers by the citizens, and later the
regiment, commanded by Colonel Fitch,
marched through the streets to camp,
cheered by thousands. School children
bearing flags lined the streets for several
blocks. ,The sick will be taken to Topeka
aud sent to their homes from there as
fast as they become convalescent.
L. J. Pettyjohn relates a remarkable
accident without misfortune which oc
curred near Bucklin a few days ago, on
the Rock Islaud road, while the train
was miming at about the rate of 35 miles
an hour. Mrs. Sizelove, with her chil
dren, were on the train, and they were
going to the Seventh Day Advent camp
meeting at Pratt. A little girl about 5 or
6 years of age, the daughter of Mr3. Size
lore, fell out of the car window. There
was great excitement on the train, and it
was feared the child was killed. The en
gine was reversed, and the train slowly
backed down; but before the train
reached the point where the accident
occurred, the child was seen to be slowly
running towards the train, and appeared
to be unhurt. Great surprise was shown
by every one on the train that the child
was not even brnised; but the mother
was most overjoyed, and wept for the
safety of her child. Mr. Pettyjohn was
a passenger on the train.
The Globs Republican ;s one dollar
I year, payable in advance.
and am prepared to do all kinds of work in that
line. All calls attended to promptly, day or night.
PRICES REASONABLE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED j
'furniture and carpet house
FLOUR I I FEED SALT PRODUCE
Oats, Corn, Barley, or any kind Country Produce.
The Best is the Cheapest.
will address the citizens of
Ford County and Dodge City
ou the political issues of the
day, .it Dodge City, Kamas,
Monday Night, October 3.
Tell your friends, and come
and hear one of the ablest dis
cussions of national affairs to
which you have ever listened.
Prof. E.E. Branny
SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. Z
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P. H. YOUNG
Fob Sale One hundred head of
healthy hogs for S300, or will trade for
barley 01 grain. Address
Dodge City, Kas.
Sold His Farm.
Jos. C. Brigg3 sold his farm. 7 miles
west of the eity, to George Laird of Jet
more, treasurer of Hodgeman county .
The farm consists of 204 acres, all bot
tom land. A good comfortable house,
barn, sheds, 135 acres in alfalfa, COO trees
of all kinds of fruit, many trees bearing.
constitute the principal improvements.
The price paid was $5,000 cash. Mr.
Briggs gives possession on November 1st.
At the Bee Hire
New Fall Dress Goods, Xew Coats and
All tickets on chinaware must be pre
sented before October 1st.
The voters of Koyal -townghip will
meet at the Kidenotir school house, Octo
ber 1, 189S, at 2 p. iu., tor the purpose of
nominating a non-partisau towuahip
II. H. Wells,
J. L. Ridesour,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tit KM Yn Han Aijs BNglt
Walter Pine delivers the Tnprka State
Journal anywhere in town at ten cents
per week. For general, state and rail,
road news the Journal is unexcelled.
One Minate Coffa Care, cares. 1
1 Tftat to what K waa aw far. -
In connection with
my Furniture busi
ness I have added
a complete line of
Scheme Didn't Work.
Last full the Rock Island railway
company tried the experiment of
sowing wheat in rows to be cultiva
ted like com. The experiment proved
a total failure. "Wheat iu the adjoin
ing fields made from 24 to 30 bushels
per acre, while the railroad company's
patch yielded nono at all, beiu
smothered by the weeds. The experi
ment was made on land half a mile
south of Smith Center in this county.
Kansas raised a bushel of wheat
this year for each inhabitant of tho
United States, and will not dispose of
it on the theory that 40c worth cf silver
is the natural and everlasting equiva
lent. It is hard to find a Kansas
man who ever held that opiuion.
For Sle. A registered St. Bernard
dog. Will sell or tradr. Inquire of
Organs at Cost.
Etey and Chicago Cottage. Only a
a few left.
P. II. Young, the Jeweler.
Mr. ilyers, a discharged soldier be
longing to the Rough Kider;; is iu the
city, lie was camped at Tautia, Fla.,
aud was not in the Santiago battle.
Mjers lives iu Colorado. He is a son-in-law
of W. T. Roth of the Soldiers' Home,
but his wife is dead.
Jerry Simpson, who is to speak here
Monday, has been a great disappointment
to the small crowds which have mado
up his meetings at other points. Jerry is
on the defensive, and he is explaining;
his course in congress on war measures.
He nukes the people awfully tired. Ilia
old jokes and bis old time vigor is gone.
Jerry used to denounce the railroad pass
system , but he now rides on a pas?. It is
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say, "Advertied.' and give date of
this notice: One cent will be charged
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Wilson, Mr. A
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