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title: 'The Globe-republican. (Dodge City, Kan.) 1889-1910, October 20, 1898, Image 5',
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h We are in a better position to sell Lumber than we bare erer been before a 5
h big stock, all grades, kiln dried, and oar prices are right. g
fe We will make a special effort from this on to sell the Lumber used in the East?
fe End of Ford County, and in order to do this we have bought a big stock.
SCOT IT DIRT CHEAP WILL SELL IT SAME WAY. I
g Come and examine our stock and get our prices. That is the way to convince
5 : 3 ourselves. Also remember that we are headquarters for : i?
Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Builders'
and Farmers' Hardware, Barb Wire, Lime, etc.
A. F. ft A. M.
Beenlar Communication of St. Ber
nard Lodue No, 22, A. F. & A. M..
k meets second and fourth'Frldays of
each month, it 8 p. ra.. at masonic hall.
. B. GOODRICH, W. 3C.
J. C. BAIKD, Secretary.
T&ODGE C1TT CHPTER.3frt.75, R A. M..
- meets second and fourth 'Wednesdays of
each month at S p. m.. In Masonic Hall.
PAUL IIESKKL, IL P.
J. C. BAIRD, Secretary- .
tt. A. U.
-eerv first and third Tuesday nights
v. : nisi. ,iu. su j
each month. P. R. Hobble, Commander.
11. F. ILvMJiOND.AOjutant.
HSge 'itr Catnraatiderjr, N. S3.
Meets hi regular conclave First and Third
Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock, p. m.
Sir Knight cerdially invited.
TV. J. Da iks, Eminent Com'dcr.
IV. S. Amos, Recorder.
St. Bernard Chapter. So. 7. . E. S.
Meets second and fourth Tuesday g p. m.
Visitors cordially welcomed.
Ma-TV. fl. Chapmw, TVorthy Matron.
Mrs. E. D. Bowes, secretary.
I. O. O. F..
Meets in G. A. R. Hall on first and third Mon
days of every month, at .8 p. m.
Xttsojf Caret, X. G.
"G. TV. Mivnick. Secretary.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Colo, ft Utah Express....
Mexico ft California Ex...
1 10-35 pm
10 30 pm
K.C. ft Chicago Express..
K. C. ft Chica.o Express..
TVay Freight .-
FRED GARDNER, Agent.
ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
Train No. 121 arrives at Dodge City 1Z53 p. m.
Train No. 122 leases DodcCltv at 1:35 p.m.
H. A. ItRECKIXRIDGE, Agent.
Imel has good butter.
Have you registered?
Genuine maple syrup at Imel's.
Do you owe this paper on subscription?
Full line of fresh groceries at Imel's.
A snow fell
here on October 27th of
See the fascinator yon can buy for 25c.
at the Racket and Novelty Store.
A large line of underwear cheaper than
ever at the Backet and Novelty Store.
The Santa Fe is doing the biggest
business in its history now iu the way of
alive stock traffic
Subscribers who are owing on sub
scription account are requested to call
Bigger assortmeat of boggles
wagons than-ever before, a. t tbcZimi
asann Hardware Company.
The Dr. Wctmore expose of the con
duct of the' Topeka insane asylum, ap
pears oa one of the inside pages.
Threshing is backward this season; and
taeoaseqneBce the wheat acreage se far
is net an great aa it was this tiate last
Wtttti PfffleJ? wfcfii ya wt
. i rajic. Wc TCeeiva
New Orleans molasses at
Hon. Chester I. Long will speak in
Dodge City, on Monday, October 31st.
at 2 p. in.
A. C. Dyer of Kinsley, held court here
Saturday, in place of Judge Price, who
3Iarried Monday, by Probate Judge
! Harper, A. II. Gueriu and Miss Zora A.
Hubbard, of Buckiiu.
County Treasurer Martin says he will
employ additional lielp In his office about
the middle of November.
Mrs. W. H. LyBrand will serve meals
on election dav, November Sth, at her
home, for 25 cents a meal. The meals
will be first class.
Samuel Gallagher has been appointed
city attorney by the city council. Mr.
Gallagher it well qualified for the office.
He holds the office of city clerk also.
Morton Albaugh, chairman of the Re
publican State committee, says Stanley
will be electeM governor by 30,000 aud
will carry the Seventh district by at least
W. M. Wilson has purchased the Star
Bakery from Frank Gosha, and will con
duct the baking business iu the future.
Mr. Wilson understands the baking busi
The University Extension Association
meets at the residence of Dr. Cnunbine
next Ainnuay evening. The society is
reorganized, and bids fair to bold its
place in literary circles.
Quarterly meeting will be held in the
M. E. church, Saturday evening. Elder
Martindale and Rev- Mr. Fay of Gaiden
City, will both be present on Sunday
morning, and at Spearville Sunday even
ing. A large number of people were here
from Garden City and Cimarron to attend
the circus, and their disappointment ou
the failnre of the circus to show was
great, but they enjoyed their visit to the
A prairie fire, on Saturday, caught the
hay stacks of H. B. Bell, and 75 ton
were consumed. The prompt action of
the section men saved several hundred
tons of bay. The fire was set by sparks
from a Rock Island locomotive engine.
Jndge A. C. Dyer of Kinsley, who was
judge pro tern in the holding of the dis
trict court, Saturday, is the first Populist
who ever held court in Ford county; bnt
all the lawyers were well satisfied with
the way he dispatched business.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.
church held a bazaar days two, and dis
posed of many maguifioeut things. The
ladies deserve credit for the work done.
The many fine articles sold required a
good deal ot work to finish.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
I Aaaaia ;
Sato to Oaafca.
ThsifeniaFe mate on Oct. 24th. will
tell limited round trip tickets to Omaha,
to return Oct. 29th, only f 10.1a.
Tke SaearviUe Meetlar.
Hon. O. H. Bently of Wichita, and
Hon. W.M. Wallace of Kingman, will
( address the people at Spearville, on Fri
day, October 28 tb, at 2:30 and 8 o'clock
p. m., in the school house. A free basket
supper will be given at 6 o'clock. Let
everybody come and bring a well filled
basket. Good iausic will be given.
W. H. Chapman, jeweler aud witch
maker, has one of the fiuest iustiumeuts
ever brought to this city. It is a trial
leu, by which he cau fit any persou's
eves to glasses or spectacles. He can
make a perfect fit. so that yon will not
be obliged to send away for glasses.
Give Mr. Chapman a trial if you need
Public worship will be held in this
church next Subbath as .follows: Sab
bath school at9at5and preaching at 11
a. m. Y. P. 6. C . at 6:30 and preach
ing at 7:30 p. ui.
A hearty invitation and welcome is
ghen to ail to attend upou these services.
The subject of the morning and even
ing sermons will be respectfully :
Morning sermon. ''The inspiration of
an Unseen Presence."
Evening sermou. "The Kdin-bow."
B. F, Martin took charge of the county
treasurer's office on the llth. Mr. Mar
tin has been a cleik iu the office for more
than nine years past, and he is well
qualified to discharge the duties of the
office. He is a courteous and obliging
gentleman and he will give satisfaction.
The county treasurer's office for four
years past has been conducted on busi
ness principles and with courteous man
ner, and while the people will regret Mr.
Russell's leaving, they will be assuted of
the same treatment bv Mr. Martin.
Cattle and Mieep Sales.
P. H. Young sold a carload of three
year old native cons to E. C. Grlgsby of
Pratt, receiving 929 and $30.
John W. Jones, of Clark county, pur
chased of Gilbert Bros., 90 head of two
year old cattle at $22.
Harry Hood, of the K. C. Live Stock
Co., sold to Westmoreland Bros., Liberal,
900 cows at $24.
Babbit Bros, sold to Estes & Walden of
Woodward, Okl., 400 Arizoua cows, at
H. B. Slaven sold 600 ewes at 92.50 and
300 jearling wethers at $2 to J. J. Cooper
of Las Animas, Colo. He also old 600
ewes at 12 50 to Mr. Robinson, who has
a ranch south of Bloom.
The cattle market is improving and
buyers are more numerous.
Benj.imin Fyhr, the engineer of S.
Partbemore's threshing machine, met
with a painful accidiut on Thursday lal,
while at work at Win. Kealer's, 6 miles
north of the city. Mr. Ft hr was pressing
on one of the bells of the ui.ichme with
bis haud, just as the engine was starting,
ana the belt becoming loosened, it wound
around his right arm, drawing it to the
pully and twisting the arm so that it was
hrokeu in two places. Mr. Fyhr's ear
drum was also injured by his head being
thrown against the engine. His arm was
very much bruised. Dr. Cnunbine set
the broken arm, and the patient is doing
well. Had the engiue been running fast
Fyhr would have been more seriously
hurt, perhaps killed.
Died. October 12, 1S9S, Margaret A.
Britt, wife of Albert Lawrence, Esq., of
Spearville. Ford county, Kansas.
Margaret A. Britt was born in Green
comity, N. Y-, Nov. 14, 1S28, and was
married to Albert Lawrence, Sept. IS,
1850. She moved, with her husband, to
Ontario county, N. Y., in the spring of
1856, and from there to Ford county,
Kausas, in the spring of 18S4. She was
the mother of fire children, four of who
living. She had been a member of the
Presbyterian church since 1S6S.
The funeral was held last Friday at
the homestead near Spearville, Rev. H.
B. Johnson, her pastor, officiating, and
attended by a large company of sorrow
Brakeaiaa Crashed t Death.
J. A. Kirkpatrick, an extra brakeman
on the Santa Fe railway, was crushed to
death by being run over by an engine, at
La Junta, on Tuesday evening, at about
6 o'clock. Kirkpatrick attempted to
jump onto the breakbeam of the engine
as it was backing Into the round house;
he missed his bold and fell nnder the
wheels of the engine and was crushed to
death. The deceased was about 35 years
of age. He leaves a wife and three chil
dren, who reside in this city.
Mr. Kirkpatrick only a short time ago
removed to this city from Hntcbinsoa:
He was employed here about a year ago.
During the years 1S92-93 he was a pas
eBger condactor on the Bock Isksad
The body ef the deceased was takes f
Hatchiosoa, and the iateraseat will be
aadrr the charge of the Maeoefe order,
of which society the
deceased wm a
Mr. C. Wimberfey left Moaday sight
to join her husband at Colorado Springe.
Mrs. Wiinberley's Bible class met at the
home of Mrs. D. Swinheart, Monday
night, and two honra was spent ia prayer,
singing- and testimony talk. On the
Thursday evening previous the faithful
members of the class presented Mrs.
Wimberley with an Oxford Bible. In
presenting the Bible Geo. T. Martin said
the class gave this present as a token of
their esteem or their de patting leader.
He hoped Its pages would be read in the
future with increasing zeal and fuller
knowledge of God's word. He com
mended Mrs. Wimberley on her faithful
ness, in church work, and hoped God
would be with her in her new home.
Program for conventions in the inter
est of M.E. church benevolences:
Satcbdat anciracG, oct. 22.
Song- and Praise Service.
Address: "The Success of Missions,' F,
Address: "The World for Christ." W. J.
Quarterly Conference following.
'Treednren Aid and S. E. Sec ,' P. W.
"Church Extension," S. B. Osborne.
"TV. H. M. Society," Mrs. TV. J. Martindale.
"Domestic Missions," TV. IS, Weaver.
SO DAY AFTKKSOOS.
"Sj stematic and Proportionate Giving," W.
B. TV eaver,
"The Church and Missions." W. S.Amos.
"The 5. S. and Missions."
"The Epworth League and Missions," Miss
"Our Foreign Fields," P. TV. Dorr.
"The TV. F. Missionary Society," Mrs. Dr.
Removed Free of Charge WIthoat
. -Fain or Loss of Time.
Any person knowing themselves to
have a tape worm aud who have tried to
have it reufoyed without success, should
at once call on Dr. Leon Smith, of the
3 W Medical Co., now located at the Cen.
tral Hotel, Dodge City. To all those
who call at the doctor's office I y Satur
day, October 22nd, be will furnish the
medicine free of charge which will per
manently remove the parasite complete,
head aud all.
To those who are skeptical as to our
success in removing tape worms, we have
the names of 22 people residing in Pueblo
who were permanently relieved by our
treatment: Call at once.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 24.
The Big Xew Turk City Attraction
THE BIG SHOW OF THE DAY
THE MINSTREL HIT
of ew York City, Bostou, Philadelphia.
Two Srtperb Show Cars! Finest la the
World. Challenging Comparison as the
Bigjjest, Strongest, Mott Expensive, Best.
Headed by the Star Comaedians
DAN ALLMAN and BILLY CLARK.
9 GIFTED SINGERS. Q
Gates. Michaelb, Decker, Elliott, 9
Stewart, Reeves, DeCoverly, Davis, Melvian
TEAL and BAKER.
MORTON and ELLIOTT.
and many others.
Reserved. Seats mnv oh sole at Gludk's, at
OFTKE'VZXAXCIAL CONDITION OF THE
BAHK 0F 'BODGE CITY,
At Dodge City. State ot Kansas, at the close
ot business on the 5th day of October, ld9S.
Loans and discounts 2l6l8 67
Loans on real estate SCO 00
overdrafts .-. Ml 00
Beat estate SO CO
Bank building 20 00
Furniture and fixtures 500 00
Expense account 3 50
Other bonds nod warrants ISfii -W
Cash t.ems, other than reserve items 434 20
Ottier resources, goods, chattels, ttc 703 41
Cash aud sight exchange, legal
reserve 4413 23
Total $7346 55
Canital stock Oiid In... S 90C0 00
I Surplus-on hand 100 60
unamoea proncs .- lis 8
Interest 6 3)
Exchange IT SO s
Individual deposits 44572 S3
Countv deposit 133. C4
Demand " certificates J&i 65
Tiate certificate 374198
Total ..$73616 53
STATS OF KANSAS, Ford CouBty. sa.
I.E F. Kellogg. Cashier of said Baak; do
aoleraalv swear tbit th above statement Is
trae, and that said bask has no liabilities,
a4 is not iadoraer on any note or obliga
tloa. other than shown on the above state
meat, to the best of usy knowledge and be
HeC. So help me God.
E. F. Kszxogg. Cashier.
Subscribed sad swora to before me, this It
day ot October 1858.
W. T. Coousex, Notary PsbHe.
(My commiaafe expires oa tbeSttkday
and am prepared to do all kinds of work in that
line. All calls attended to promptly, day or night.
PRICES REASONABLE SATISFACTION GDARAXTEKD
7FURNITUEE AND CARPET HOUSEV
A. r. COOKS, Proprietor.
You can buy grain:
Oats, Corn, "Wheat and Barley.
You can buy feed:
Corn Chop, Barley Chop, Bran, Shorts.
You can buv flour:
"Premium," "Superior," ancl "Eclipse"
You can buy stock food:
Royal Stock Food, Ground Bone and Blood
You can buy vegetables:
Potatoes, Turnips, Onions, Mango Peppers,
Sweet Potatoes, and
ly in quantities.
forget to register. Register at
See the new goods at the Racket and
Let Leroy Martin give jou pricei on
wheat before telling.
Bnckeye mowers and reapers atZim
raermnno Hardware Company.
See Hie new stock of China ware at the
Racket and Novelty Store.
The Central Grocery havo a complete
line of RaUtou's Health Foods.
J. M. Barson
lease or sell you
is the party who can
a cattle ranch or farm.
Barb wire, large lot of posts and wire
nails at jobbers prices. Zimmermann
Jersey Baking Powder is the house
wife's friend. Sold only by Sam Stubbs,
at the Central Grocery.
Fn!!er-T.ee Disc Drills. Only drill that
is sure to make yonr wheat grow, at
Zimmermanu Hardware Company.
Hosiery, gloves, suspender, handker
chief, lace, ribbons, hoods, neckwear,
etc., cheap, cheap, cheap, at the Rackat
and Xovelty Store.
By the accidental discbarge of a pistol,
Mrs. L. S. Evans was wounded be!w the
knee, two bones being fractured. The
pistol was in the bed, and la palling off
the sheet the pistol was discharged, this
How to PreTcmt Croap.
We have two children who are subject
to attacks of croup. Whenever an at
tack is coming on my wife gives them
Chamberlain's Cronp Remedy and it al
ways prevents the attack. It is a house
hold necessity in this country and no
matter what else we run out of, it would
not do to be without Cbaraberlin's Cough
Remedy. More of it is sold here than of
ail other cough medicines combined.
J. M. Sickleof Nickle Bros., merchants.
Suckleville, Pa. For sale by W. S.
CASTOR I A
For hfutt ud CUUk.
Ik KM Ym law Ahnft ftsjU
See the book you can buy at for 17c
I at the Racket and Novelty Store.
Keystone flour is still having; a run at
Saw Stattt Central Grocery Store.
In connection with
my Furniture busi
ness X have added
a complete line of
Plant. Sold on-
Fascinators all kiuds of fascinators at
the Racket and Novelty Store.
Hon. Chester I. Long will speak in
Dodge City, at the riuk, on Monday,
October 31st, at 2 p. m.
Keystone Flour Iris been our standard
for seven ye:ir, and netcr fails to satisfy.
For sale by Ceutml Grocery.
Xew stock of Majestic and Wonder
steel ranges clienpertlian eer aMd before
at the Zimmermaun Hardware Company.
There will be German prenching nt tho
Christian church. Dodge City, on Octo
ber 30th, at 1:30 p. m., by Rev. L. Esch
bacu. Catholics of Dodge City will have
their regular divine servic, on the fifth
Sunday, October 30th, at 10:s0 a. m.
Rev. A. P. Podgorsek. Rector.
It will pay the farmers of Ford county
to go to the Racket aud Xoelty Store to
see their goods and jjet prices before
makiug their purchases,
Food prepared with the Jersey Baking
Poder is wholsome. This powder is
free from Rochel'.e Falts, alum, lime and
ammonia. For sale by Sam Stubbs, as
the Central Grocery.
Will be in Dodge C:ty from October 12th
to 20 tb and from October 31 it to Novem
Hay, Hay. Hay.
Ton ean leave orders for alfalfa or
prairie bay with Leroy Martiu, at Blue
Front. All orders filled promptly and
with first class hay.
Basra for Kent and Hay for Sale.
A ranch consisting of between 3000
and 4000 acres is for rent, and 200 tons of
alfalfa and prairio bay is for sale. Hay
can be fed on ranch. Apply to
Dodge City, Oct. 13, 1S98.
The regular quarterly examination ol
applicants for teacher's certificates will
be held at the Third Ward school build
ing on Saturday, October 29, 1S9S, begin
ning at 7 o'clock a. m. and closing at 7
p. m. F. IL Peather,
"Iu the spring the yonng man's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts of love" and ia
the fall he becomes serious, gets married
and goes to housekeeping. If you wane
to do the right tiling by him get bias om
of these stylish lamps or a chamber set
at the Central Grocery for a weddiaa;
preseat, sad cell bins to bay his dishes
froas tbe sasse place, becaaao we earrj
tae largest stack of faacy aa asweje !
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