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fcave to stand
on their feet
nost of the
titne work as
Hard as any
they do not get
what is rightly
ing, indoor oc
CD the nenrons
tion to the blood. It
wears, tears and drags a
woman's life away. The
whole physical system
graces sluggish and torpid
No wonder so many sales
girls and factory girls and housewives sufj
fcr from indigestion and constipation and
bilious troubles No wonder they are sub
ject to the diseases of the delicate special
organism of their sex. The wonder is
rather that they can stand it as well as
they do. .
But "a poor weak woman," as she is
termed, will endure bravely and patiently
agonies which a strong man would give
way under. The fact is women are more
patient than they ought to be under such
Every woman ought, to know that she
aiay obtain the most eminent medical ad
vice free of charge and in absolute confi
dence and privacy by writing to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, chief consulting physician of the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
Buffalo, N. Y. Occupying this position for
thirty years he has had a wider practical
experience in the treatment of women's
diseases than any other physician in this
country. His medicines are world-famous
for their astonishing efficacy.
The most perfect remedy ever devised for
weak and delicate women is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. His " Golden Med
ical Discovery" is the only permanent di
gestive and nutrient tonic. The two med
icines taken alternately, form the most
perfect and successful course of treat
ment ever prescribed for female troubles
, complicated with a sluggish, overwrought,
'nervous, diseased constitution. In severe
constipation Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets
should be occasionally taken with the
others. They never gripe.
See iuside pages for late news.
The grass is green
and makes good
Farmers find the ground in fine condi
tion for seeding.
Schilling's Baking Powder and Teas
are for sale at the Ceutral Grocery.
The tax in the city is six per cent, be
ing two mills more than last year.
J. M. Btirson can furnish you with
most any kind of a trade in real estate
Xcw stock of Majestic and Wonder
steel ranges cheaper than ever sold before
at the Ziinmerinaun Hardware Company.
You can get best values in teas at the
Central Grocery. Why? Because they
bought their stock befoie the tariff went
Homer Sleeker brought to this oflice
two hills of sweet potatoes. In each
bunch there are from 27 to 30 potatoes.
The potatoes are ver' tine.
Senator Lucien Baker will speak in
Dodge City, Monday night, October 3d.
He is a fine speaker. Let everybody
turn out and hear him.
E. A. Hickerson has been appointed
janitor of the west side school building.
11 r. Hickerson formerly held this place.
He makes a good j -in it or.
L. G. Grobety displays the Olympia
miuic box in his store. The music is
flue and tones distinct. More than a
thousand tunes can be adjusted.
If you will call at The Ttacket and
Novelty Store occasionally, you will be
profittcd. If you don't need any goods
call anyway. You are always welcome.
It is announced that a scientist has
succeeded in making eggs out of milk.
This discovery added to that of the
milkmaid that milk can be made out of
chalk and water should have a tendency
to reduce the price of eggs or increase
the profits of the producers.
Over 125 stacks and ricks of hay prin
cipally alfalfa, were counted along the
river within a distance of five miles east
of Cimarron, and the work of putting up
wild grass only fairly begun, and another
crop of alfalfa to put up. There'll be no
feeding on snow bauks this winter. Cim
J. L. Ridenour brought in town some
are of field corn, Saturday, that beata
any corn we have seen for some years.
The ears are large and plump. He raised
ten acres and the yield will be about 40
to 60 bushels to the acre. Eaeh stalk
kore an ear and some stalks two ears.
Mr. Ridenour plowed the ground five
times. The yield shows what thorough
cultivation will do.
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i City Drugstore.
W. L. Junkios and Wife are expected
Mrs. John Gissel and daughter re
turned last night. . '
Wm. Tilghraan and family have re
turned to Chandler, Old.
Conductor James H. Brown of Pu
eblo, is in the city today.
Miss Jessie Misuer has returned
from Great bend, where she visited Prof.
Col. R. J. Hardesty spent four days
visiting the Omaha exposition. He says
it is a grand affair.
Walter Stracter, jr., has returned
from Trinidad, where he spent ten days
Mrs. S. J. Bavousctt returned, Mon
day night, from Ohio, where she visited
her mother and friends.
Mrs. Westwood left, Monday morn
ing, for Chicago, where she will complete
a course in medical studies.
H. Juneau has gone to Excelsior
Springs, Mo., for his health. Mr. Juneau
ii suffering with stomach trouble.
Miss Ella Burrell has gODe to Kansas
City, where she will take instructions in
retouching in the photographer's art.
H. L. Wolf and family left, Tuesday
evening, for Topeka. Mr. Wolf will at
tend the State Photographer's convention.
Mrs. M. A. Ziramermann left, yester
day morning, for La Crosse, Kas., to visit
Mrs. Woolman, who is recovering from
a severe spell of sickness.
J. H. Ripple has returned with his
racing stock. He was absent one month,
and participated in the races at Omaha,
Council Bluffs, aud other cities.
Engineers Jerre Shaw and John
Madigan attended the funeral of John
Holmes, at. Pueblo, this week. Mr.
Holmes was one of the veteran Santa Fe
Mrs. R. W. Evans and her niece,
Miss Mary Hughes, returned, yesterday
morning, from a 12 days visit to Denver.
Miss Hughes returned this morning to
her home iu Woodbine, 111.
Mrs. Clarence Mudgett move, this
week, to La Junta, and her husband aud
family will make their h"me there.
Mr. and Mrs. Mudgett will be greatly
missed by the church people.
Ed H. Madison addressed the people
at Ashland. Tuesdcy evening, on the
issues now confronting the American peo
ple. It would be useless to say that Mr.
Madison made a fine speech.
0. E. Gallagher writes from Excel
sior Springs to friends in tills city that
he is improving in health, having gained
20 pounds. He feels 20 1 years youuger.
G. M. Hoover is also at the Springs, and
be is also improving in health.
Mrs. J. S. Jones and family moved
to Dodge City, on Monday. Mr. Joues,
who was formerly associated with C. W.
Beelcr in the stock business is now oper
ating in cattle in Dodge, with his nephew
as a partner. Kinsley Graphic.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Harper and
Mrs. Cooper and daughter ot Meadville,
Pa., are visiting n. L. Sitler and family.
Mr. Harper and Mrs. Cooper are brother
and sister of Mrs. Sitler. Mrs. Cooper
and daughter will remain here on a visit
Mrs. Jacob Young of Seattle, Wash.,
who has been visiting her on, P. H.
Young for 12 days past, left last night for
Pueblo, where she will visit relatives for
a short time before returning to her
borne. Mrs. Young formerly lived in
W. S. Easton returned, Wednesday
night of last week, from a trip to his
former home in Ohio. He informs us
that travel was very heavy, and accom
modations on the trains did not meet the
comenienee of travelvers. Many people
stood up, being unable to find seats.
L. G. Grobety returned from Kansas
City with a big stock of furnishing goods.
He has now a fine stock of nearly every
thing. L. G. was a member of the U. S.
grand jury at Wichita, and tells some in
teresting stories of the conduct of the
other fellows who went down there with
C. Wimberley is employed as yard
master at the Midland railway yards, at
Colorado Springs- Mrs. Wimberley will
join her husband soon, and make her
home in the Springs. Mr. Wimberley
held this position before coming to Dodge
City some months ago. Those who are
acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. Wimberley
regret their departure.
Dr. James K. Hosmer, while re
centlj visiting Boston, had occasion
to visit the new public library, gays
the Ladies Home Journal. As he
went up the steps he met Edward
Everett Hale, who asked the doctor's
"To consult the archives," was the
"By the way, Hosmer," said Dr.
Hale, "do you know where Noah
kept his bees?"
"No," answered Hosmer.
"In the ark hives'" said th vener
able preacher as ht passed oat of
Program of the Fourth Annual Con
vention of the Ford County Christian
Endeavor Union, at Dodge City, Kans.,
October 8th and 9th, 1S9S.
SATCBDAT, OCTOBER STH. EVEMXG."
7:00 Song Service Led by Miss Kate Kin
kcad. 7 '-3d Appointment of committees.
7:10 President's address L. Martin.
8:00 "The Quiet Hand" Mrs. I. V. Stewart,
8:20 Song by the convention.
8:25 Address Rev. Johnson, Spearviile.
8CNDJ Y, OCTOBER 9TH XORN1KG.
G.-45 Sunrise Prayer Meeting Led by Miss
9:45 Regular Sunday School services at ail
2:00 Praise Service Led by Miss Kate
Shelley, Spearviile, Kas.
2:15 "The pledge" Hill Doraett, Spear
2:35 "The Tenth- Legion" S. A. Burrell,
Dodge City, Kas.
2:55 Soug by the convention.
3.-O0 "The Juniors" Miss Johnson, Spear
viile, Kas. ;
3:20 Discussion Led by Mrs. B. P. Milton,
Dodge City, Kas.
3:30 Symposium Needs of the Endeavor
In Ford County; "The Societies," Dr. 6. J.
Cruinbine, Dodge City; "The Individuals,"
H. A. Cord, Dooge City.
4:00 Weapons of Warfare Miss Mary Hale,
4:30 Reports of Committees.
7:00 Praise Service I. V. StcwartSpear
ville. 7:15 Endeavor Prayer Meeting Topic,
"Patriotic," I's. 33:1-22 Leader.
8-15 Address Rev. Wm. Westwood.
Murat Halstead tells abont the
money they have in Cuba, and thus
explains how it is: "There are three
money standards "in this country
American gold, Spauifch gold and
silver, and there is a great time in
close calculations. I noticed a newly
arrived American citizen in a cafe,
treating three friends to beverages of
their several selections and partici
pating of his own hospitality, and
you will observe this means four
drinks. Payment was made with -an
American five-dollar gold piece and,
settling the account, he received in
change a five dollar Spanish gold
piece and forty cents. He was so
well pleased that he tried again, this
time paying with the Spanish gold
piece, and his change was five silver
dollars and forty cents. 'Now said
he, Tm going to study out this
thing and get up a scheme. It seems
there is money to be made by tuking
a drink. The more liquor I buy, the
more money I've got. This must be
the double standard.' "
A whisky drummer, who has sold
the liquid damnation for twenty five
years, stood in the Globe hotel the
other day and made a speech that
ought to make every temperance
man shake hands with himself. Said
he: In this section of the country,
the sale of whiskey is decreasing
every year. We sell less and less of
it each succeeding year. People have
quit drinking it. It is no longer
considered in good form to swill it.
A drunken man is a disgrace. A
tippler cannot hold a job anywhere.
The railroads won't have him and
neither will anybody else. The sen
timent is getting stronger against it
all the time. The teachers, the
preachers, the papers are all creating
sentiment agninst hard drinking. In
twenty years from now the whiskey
problem will have solved itself. Beer,
soda water, lemonade, milk shake
and other light beverages will have
crowded it out of the saloon and
drug store into the medicine chest of
the doctor. Centralia Courier.
A prominent stockman in speaking
of the ignorance some people exhibi
ted in branding calves, said :
"There arestcckmen who know so
little about the first principles ot the
business that it would have been
much better in the first place for
them that instead of going into the
business of stockraising they had
turned their attention to digging post
holes. These people when thev
brand a calf will scar the animal's
shoulder with a complicated brand of
crosses and what not, burning clear
through the hide sometimes, so that
it will peel off and leave a big sore,
and this sore is a place where the
calf cannot reach to lick it; then the
worms get in, causing the poor ani
mal the most intense suffering and
death frequently results. . This is
criminal cruelty and nothing else can
be made of it. The right way to
brand a calf is to burn a small and
simple brand down on the leg or
hip, where the calf can easily reach
it to lick the worms out of the sore,
if any forms." West Texas Stock-
At a marriage in Topeka recently,
the bride, who was a widow, remarked
that at her first marriage she had
promised to obey, and she didu't
think it was right that the ''obeying"
sbonld be all one side. "All right,"
said the justice, desiring to please,
'Til turn the service around." And
ht did, the man solemningly prom
ising to obey, and the lady with equal
solemnity, promising to "love, honor
f and cherish" her husband. "I guess
we'll both obey," said the gentleman,
as the ceremony was concluded, and
then they went away. Mail and
Camp Meeting at Spearviile, Kas.,
Sept. 29th to Oct. 9th, Inclusive.
Under the auspices of the M. E. church,
Evangelists Martin and Kyder in charge,
assisted by neighboring pastors.
A limited number or family tents have
been secured for the occasion, whiclrf-
will be re u ted for $1.25 for the ten days.
Plenty of straw furnished free. We
have seemed the use of some empty
rooms at the hotel at 50 cents each per
week. Day board 50 cents per day, $3.50
per week. Free pasture for teams. Kea
sonable rates at the livery stable.
Come aud celebrate the feast of taber
nacles with us. Lev. 23 : 39-43.
Bring "Salvation Melodies" song
books. S. B' Osbork,
Pastor 31. E. Church.
For Sale. The house aud lot occupied
by .S. Gallagher is for sale on easy terms.
Bins. J. Collar.
SOULE COLLEGE FACULTY.
Dodge City. Kansas.
Rev.E. H. Vanghan, Ph. D., D. D.,Prest.
Hev. J D. Kruin, A M.f D. D. English Lan
guage and Litersiture.
Samuel J. Pease, A. B. Lutin and Greek.
E. W. Struggles, A. 1$. Natural Science.
W.A tioddell, A. 11. Normal Depiutmcnt.
It. S. Fulford, Tutor Preparatory Depart
ment. Mrs. E. T. Vaughan, Mus. B.f Preceptress
Blair Row land Business Department.
Rev. O. E. Wightmnn Financial Agent.
Mis. M. J. AcMey Matron.
The fall term will open, and the school
will enter upon the fifth year of its his
tary, September 14th.
Several new members are in the Fac
ulty. They are graduates from different
eastern colleges, and come to us with the
best of testimonials in regard to scholar
ship, ability and Christian character.
They come to remain with us peima
mently and assist in building up a school
which shall be gieat and good, a blessing
and an honor to this whole country.
We are prepared to do strictly first
class work, and to give to every student
instructions and tiaining suitable to indi
vidual needs, from sub preparatory to
the most advauced college work aud
The fall term will open September 14th,
but students may enter any time.
October 14th is Soule College Day, and
on that day st II its fiieiuls are invited to
send donations books for the library,
curios for the museum, aud cash, or any
thing that can be turned into cash, for
laboratory equipments, and other im
provements. Tuition: $8 per term of three months
or $24 per school year. Furnished rooms
$2 per month, unfurnished rooms (for
self boarding) $1 per mouth. All ex
penses are at the lowest possible point,
yet some may receive aid in meeting
them. Those who would like to come,
and doubt their financial ability to do so,
should write to the college president at
once, bpecial attention will be given to
the Business and Normal departments.
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First I'ublication August i, 1S9S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Dodge City, Kans.
August 11). 18US.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has nled notice of his Inten
tion to make tinal proof m support of his
claim, and that suid pi oof will be made be
fore the Itegistcr and Heceher or the U. S.
Land Office, at Dodge City, Kans., on October
1,18'JS, viz: Thomas M. Walker, II. E. 18JW,
for the southeast quaittr, section 'J, township
29 s, range 36 -w.
He names the following witnesses to proie
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land: William Rlckuian of
Dodge Citv; James B. Ilariow- of Dodge City;
James D.'Bailey of Dodge City; James F.
Gowdy of "Vilhurn.
TIIOS. A. JsCATES. Register.
first Publication September 1, 1898.
ORDER OF SALE.
State of Kansas, Ford County, ss:
In the Distiict Court of Ford County, Kansas.
Louis C. Cotterumn, Plaintiff,
Samuel Cotterman. HenrvC. Cotterman,
Jonathan A. Cotteimuii, Lucindd Skiles, Eli
zabeth Dugmore. S trah J. Koq worth, uoia
Miller, Etta Donaldson, Otto Cotterman,
Maude Nogle, Lizzie Cotterman a minor, Jou
Cotterman u minor, Elmer Ridenour, F. o.
By virtue of an order of sale to me dlrf cted
and delivered issued out of the District Court
of Ford Countv. Kansits. I will, on the 3d
day of October, t lsi'3, at the hour of 2
o'clock p- m., of said day at the west front
door ot the court house, hi Dodge City, in
the countv and state afoiesald, offer at pub
lic sale a'nd sell to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, all the right, title and interest
of the above named plaintui anu ueienuams
in and to the following described real pro
perty situate in the county of Ford and
State of Kansas, to wit: The southeast Jof
section 20, township 27, south of range 21,
west of the cth p. m.
Said real property to be sold by virtue of a
Judgment of the above entitled court in the
above entitled cause, which said canse was
instituted to obtain the partition of said real
property between the plaintiff and defen
dants above named. And which real prop
erty it Las been determined cannot be parti
tioned according to the order of the Court
without manifest injurj't d which land has
been appraised by commissioners duly ap
pointed tyy the Court, at the sum of $3T0, and
said real property will be sold, as command
ed, by said order of sale, for a sum not less
that two-thirds of said appruUed value.
H. B. BELL,
Sheriff Ford County, Kansas.
Sheriffs office. August 23, 1893.
Land Office at Dodge City, Kans.
September C, 1K'8.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final .proof ia support of hi-
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver of the U. S.
land office at Dodge City, Kans., on Satur
dav, October 22, 18a. viz: Robert B. Ilcrron,
H.E. 13191 for the southwest X section li,
township 25, range 22 west.
Fie names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: George M. Curtis,
Emory 'Allen, Joseph E. Mellecker, Jr.,
James Coffman. all of Spearviile, Kans.
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J. II. Chckchill, Agt.
Z on left leg. Addition
al brands. I Z.
Ear mark, crop oft tha
AV. It. GRIMES, Jr.,
Dodge City, Kas.
Bar on left side and
neck. Baroo right
Other brands Y on
.0 X on left hip or side
sfcson id t side.
I Double circle on left side.
Anv one havinz cattle with above named
Ibrands will please notify me as aboc.
Dodge City, Kas.
I C on left hip andlcft
O 0 Bar link on
left side and hip.
Ranch 0 miles west
of Dodge City, north
side of river.
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