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The FORD CO. GLOBE. Established 1877. Consolidated 1889.
The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN. " l&K. j wraso"aea. lwn..
DODGE CITY. KANSAS. THURSDAY; DEC. 28, 1899.
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. XXIII. NO. 12.
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.Irom Oar Regular Correspondent.
Crawford is on the sick
j D. Dawson and wife, of Dodge City,
' were Ford visitors Monday.
I Denver ilollopeter returned from
1 Ok.' with his parents and is a Ford boy
. Miss Grace Kline one of Ashland's
steadier, is spending a two week's holl
day vacation with her aunt Mrs. L. C.
Miss Mabel Travis from Pleasant
Valley was up. Monday, exchanging
i Christmas greetings with her Ford
1 friends and attended M.,E. entertain
ment. . P. Thompson, wife and child, from
Kentucky are among the late arrivals to
jVMjake their future home in this vicinity.
j Mrs. T. is a sister of Mrs. Charles Pater-
Mr. Geddes and family including
$ bit son-in-law, A. C. Bolinger and
family lately from Ohio, are now con
veniently located in the roomy residence
lately purchased by Mr. G.
Daisy Dell has a two weeks' vacation
giving the teacher Miss Ella Melia free
dom, to eutertaiu her brother O. B. who
, returned Friday on a vacation from the
State Normal, Emporia.
From the grouping and nightly
howling of the coyotes one would think
they were congregating either for a holi
day's revelry or to create a ''court of
visitation" to restrain the bounty law.
The Ford schools are having a week's
holiday vacation for rest and recreation
of teachers and pupils. Miss Motz being
quite unwell last week retained her post
of duty and labor with creditable resolu
tion. Some of the other farmer Ford boys
that has lately slid into the matrimonial
.horns are Mat Itnel now of Greensburg
to Miss Mcttie Nelson. Phil Artwine,
manager of McBridc's ranch Kiowa Co.,
;and Henry Melia of Jefferson, Ok.
We had an inspectivc view of Charlie
1 Felten's fine herd of Poland swine, they
I -are daisies; his big acreage of corn piled
V- in view gives them a relish for the corn
S cracki ng business; those pr.gnosed fellows
I a tramp.
C. A. Stephenson and family from
Dodge City, are now citizens of Ford,
1 having purchased a residence in our
village. Mr. S. is one of Ford county's
energetic cattlemen. We are pleased to
welcome these good new comers to our
inunity. ! Miss Fannie Williams, evangelist, is
-' expected to return Saturday and hold
divine services at the Ford congregation
al church next Sabbath. She has been
helding series of meetings at Fowler since
-closing here. She is an earnest Christ
The Congregational Home Mission
Society remembered the S. S. children
uicely and profitably by presenting a
bible to each of the intermediate pupils
and a nice bible story book to each of the
primaries. Mrs. L. C. Mann. Pres. of the
Society did the presenting.
Dr. Holopeter and wife have return
ed from their visiting tour among their
sons and families in Oklahoma. (Doc
looks a gainer for his trip; physically he
seems an, expansionist.) While in O. k.
they had the pleasure of welcoming into
their family circle one more daughter
through the golden gate of matrimony
uaclasped by the hymeneal artifice of
their son Arthur, who is the owner of a
good Ok. farm;' the lucky bride being a
daughter of one of his new' neighbors.
The M. E.'s had a "Tree" and en
tertainment Monday evening at their
church which was immensely crowded.
The tree was richly modest but well filled
aad many hearts were made happy
through the spirit of giving aad affec
tions -silver cords were richly threaded
with loves golden opportunities. Rev. W.
H. Peterson gave some excellent re
marks on Bethlehem's child aad know
ing Jesus. The "Twinkling Star" ges
ture exercise by the intermediate pupils
with Clarence Kevins as interpeter was
entertaining. The anthems by Mr. 1.
lead7 vocal class was well readered for
beginner. It was a pleasing entertain
seat. The rectangular arch in froat
with "Christmas Greeting" aad ether
aaottos with decorations lent their en
chaataent. Highest prices paid for hides.
It Is a-nice thing to have a distinctive
aayle aad color of correspondence paper
aad eflce stationerv. for thn vnnr
buiuoaery, lor men your
can recornisB vruir iaifm
rJht. The Globe-Republican can
&aaaiy you with just the right thiac in
jffcta line, allowing you the privilege of
Jjascsaiag what you-want from a fine line
j -Wjasapiei: Ask tete then.
"Santa Clams Entertained"
Was the uame of the Cantata rendeied
by the children of the Presbyterian Sun-
day School to celebrate their Christmas
Season. The church was early crowded
to its utmost with an expectant throng of
both young and old, if any may be count
ed old on Christmas night.
After an introductory Instrumental
solo by Eleanor Milton, the blessing of
God was invoked by the pastor. The
school then joined in a soug: "Hail the
Merry Christmas Time."
The curtain was drawn revealing some
young people making wreaths who as
they worked planned a surprise for
Saata Claus. To help pass away the
time a song was called for and in re
sponse Charley and Eleanor Milton sang
a Christmas duet, "Joy, joy, tell it out."
Then Sally the pop-corn girl was heard
crying her wares outside and was invited
iu soon followed by her brother and his
"pard' aud later by other companions,
who were boot blacks and news boys.
Their costusaes and song "A Chance to
be a Self-made Man," proved them to
be true street urchins. After those boys
bad learned something of the meaning
of Christmas they hid behind the tree to
watch some girls in red practice their
hoop-drill and song. Their pretty figures
were all well executed. After the boys
had gone, some little tots, all ready for
bed, came in search of Santa Claus and
not finding him rocked their 'dollies to
sleep. The scene ends by finding "Sally
left alone to watch the things, but she is
too tired and falls asleep.
At the beginning of part 2nd, Sally
is found still sleeping aud is hurried
away just before the Frost Queen and
her fairies enter to tell in solo and chorus
why they have come. Bettie Claus,
Saatn's daughter, follows, and after
mending some toys she is induced to sing
something about Christmas and renders
most sweetly, "Now, Hark the Wind is
Sighing." She is hardly through when
a band of Browuies burst in with a
"Merry Christinas," and at command of
their ring leader make things lively with
their song and motion cborti6. Bat the
climax is reached when Santa Claus is
brought in and is welcomed by the voloes
of all, the solo being sung by his daught
er Betty. But Santa did. not come aleue.
He was followed by some Japanese girls
who represented Missions and told their
story very prettily in song.
The entertainment which had been
prepared for Santa was then given, each
performer being summoned by a bugle
call played by the Herald Oto Beeson.
Whitelaw Hubbard as a sturdy Tom
the Piper's Son, Helen Ripple a dainty
little Bo-Peep, Harold Ripple the repre
sentative of Little Tommy Trout, and
Warren and Violet Crumbiue as the un
fortunates, Jack and Gill, certainly
merited Santa's remark, "Why that's
the prettiest singing Lever heard."
The Frost Queen then crowned Santa
"King of Christmas," and- a solo by
Eleanor Milton gave him "Hail!" Santa
acknowledged the honor, but iu a song
gave tiie power of Kingship to Cbnst
alone, and the Cantata closed with a good
night song ia chorus.
The singing, costumes, decorations
and spirit of. the day all engaged to make
this one of the prettiest things which the
Suuday Sshool and its friends ever en
joyed. The cast of characters other
than those mentioned are as follows:
Santa Claus, Geo. Grobety.
Bettie Claus, Robin Clute.
Frost Queen, Maud Rhodes.
King of Browuies, Frank Kennedy.
Belle, Eleanor Milton.
Jessie, Clara Bader.
Bob, Charley Milton.
Edgar, Dick Evaus.
Sally, the Pop eorn girl, Gertiude
Wells.Jack, her brother.Edmund Rhodes.
Mooney, his Pard, Herbert Greenway.
To each of these and to the children of
the choruses full credit must be given
for enthusiastic and successful portrayal
f their parts.
The entrance fee which was to be
something to be given to the poor, asked
aot only for providing them witli Christ
mas cheer, but also to teach the lessoa
of Christmas giving, netted a goodly
pile of provisions, elothing, and money.
No one was turned away though who
came empty-handed, as macy did not
know that such a gift was desired.
At the close of the exercises the child
ren's hearts were made glad by receiv
ing their box or sack of candies aad nuts,
aad all went home te dream of the happy
time, they had spent in honor of the
Christ ahiid's birthday.
The Bee Hive are agents
for the Sunflower Pants for
men at $3.00. Made from
Kansas wool woven into cloth
and made into pants by the
Topeka Woolen Mill. The
best pants for the money in
the United States.
Walter Pine delivers the Topeka State
Jeuraal aaywhere la. town at tea cents
per week. For general, state aad rait-
read mwi tk Journal ia unexcelled. ' 1
St. Bernard Lodge. No. 222, A. F. & A.
M., held a special communication on last
Tuesday eveniug and installsd the follow.
ing officers, W. H. Chapman, installing
officer, and W. J. Davies, marshal :
Walter T. Coolidge, W. M,
Ermon E. Smith, S. W.
Thomas A. Scares, J. W.
Fred Gardner, Treasurer.
Jos. C. Balrd, Secretary.
Wm. Westwood, S. D.
John Gissel, J. D.
Sidney P. Reynolds, S. S.
John L. Finiey, J. S.
John N. Combs, Tiler.
The Royal Arch Chapter installed the
following officers :
Walter II. Chapman, H. P.
Wilber S. Amos, E. K.
Thomas A. Scares, Ey S.
Wm. J, Davies', 'O. H.
Chalkley M. Beeson, P. S.
Philip H. Young, Treasurer.
Jo9. C. Baird, Secretary.
Hercules Juneau, M. 3 V.
Wm. Westwood, M. 2 V.
John N. Combs, Sentinel.
The Royal Arch Chapter wound up
with a banquet, which was enjoyed by
more than one hundred people, a number
being visiting members,
A past master's jewel was presented to
C. M. Beesou, the presentation 6peeeh
being made by Rev. Wm. Westwood in
a happy and entertaining style. Mr.
Beeson responded in one of the best ef
forts of his life, and bis remarks are
St. Bernard Chapter, No. 97, Order of
the Eastern Star, also made installation
of officers with the following result:
Mrs. Henry Simmons, W M.
J. L. Finlev, W. P.
Mr. A. Helm, Asst. M.
Mrs, J. A. Corey, treasurer.
Mrs. W. J, Davies, secretary,
Mrs. Gingrich, conductress.
Mrs. Reynolds, asst. conductress.
The Points of the Star are as follows:
Miss Nellie Chapman. Ada.
Mrs. Nellie Greenway, Ruth.
Mrs. A. Etrick, Esther.
Mrs. W. T. Coolidge, Martha.
Mr. Mary Chapman, Electa.
John Newton Combs, Sentinel.
Concert Company, from Lindsborg,
Kansas, January 2, 1900, at Christian
church, at 8 p. m.
Leta Catherine Day, elocutionist.
Raye Ward Moorhead, vocalist.
George Frederick Holniberg, violinist.
Bertha Geneveivc Seeds, pianist.
Piano Duet, March, op. 40 No. 3,
Vocal II Baccio Arditi.
Reitation Woman's Career Life.
Old Sweetheart of Mine Riley.
Piano Melody in F. Rubnistein.
Melancholy Beesoni op. 33.
Violin Concert No. 9 DeBriot.
Voeal For all eternity Marcheroni.
Recitation The Tragedy Aldricb.
Piano Fantasia C. Min. 18th Souato
Violin Souvenir de Hayden Leonard.
Vocal Duct A Golden Day Cora
pana. THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT
is unquestionably one of the greatest of
American NewsD&oers. It has corre
spondents everywhere aud covers every
field of News, foreign and domestic. It
is strictly Republican in politics, but is,
above all, A NEWSPAPER, and ought
to be in every home dnrlng the important
presidential Campaign of 1900. The
jprice by mail, Daily, including Sunday,
i& Six Dollars per year. Daily without
Sunday, Four Dollars per year. Sunday
only, Two Dollars per year. Weekly,
issued in SEMI-WEEKLY Sections,
One Dollar per year, The latter edition
is A BIG SEMI-WEEKLY PAPER, al
most equal to the average Daily at the
price of the average Weekly. It not
only gives ALL THE NEWS, but also a
great variety of interesting and instruc
tive reading matter for every Member of
the family. Write for Free Sample
Copies te the Printing Co., St. Louis,
M.E. Church. Regular services next
Sunday, morning and eveuing. Sunday
school 9 :45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
:30 p. m. Class meeting 12 m. Junior
League 3 y. m. Ep worth League 6:15
W.R. Weaves, Pastor.
Topeka to Los Angeles in only
Pullmans, Dining Cars:
Buffet Smoking Can (with Bar
Observation Car (with Ladies'
Vestibuled and electric-lighted
Four times a week. T
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
SANCA. FE BOUTE.
W. H. Chapman, jeweler, lias spect
acles from 10 cents up in price.
Kaffir corn is the best feed for chicken
You cabuy it from Leroy Martin.
12 Photos for 23c, at Burrell's Studio,
on the 20tY, 21st, and 22(1 of each mouth,
Sundays excluded. tf
"Hello; the Racket aud Novelty Store,
save me two of your' best dolls for Christ
mas." "All right."
; 'We are still head quarters for Fancy
Groceries. Call aud examine our com
plete Ftock. Central Grocery. 1
If you have hides for sale call on Cen
tral Grocery and Meat Market.
M Sam Stubbs.
Mrs. E. W. Holcomb, of Garden City,
is visiting the family of L. J. Pettijohu,
aad will remain until Monday.
Ladies Golf and Walking
Hats at the Bee Hive at the
very lowest prices.
Hay. Hay. Hay.
I ean'fill all orders promptly for alfalfa
or bay of best quality. Six dollars per
ton. L. Martin.
School Suits for boys at the
Bee Hive. Good value, from
$1.25 lip. Any size, 5 to 15
Keystone Flour still leads all other
brands bvta wide margin. This is prov
en by our increased sales every month.
Give.it a trial and you will use no other.
"Hello; is that the Racket and Noveity
Store?" "Yes, mam." "Have you dis
played your holiday goods yet?" 'Yes,
mam; we have an elegant line." AU
right. I will call tomorrow."
Our stock of Teas and Coffees is
much tlie, largest in the city. Call and
be convinced that we have just what you
want in this line. Prices always the
lowest, quality considered.
The Students Concert Co. of Linds
borg College of Music, Lindsborg, Kans
as, will render a program at the Christ.
ian church, Tuesday on Jan. 2, 1900.
The enviable reputation which this
college has gained is a guarantee of the
excellence of this Concert Co. Miss
Bertha Seeds, Pianist, is personally
known to many of our citizens who
know of her ability and will be glad of
this opportunity to bear her again.
General admission 35. Children 15.
Midnight Mass at the Catholic Church
With the object of imploring the bless
ing of Almighty God upon the approach
ing century, aud in gratitude for bene
fits .received in the past, Pope Leo XIII,
hasrbenignly granted the extraordinary
privilege of celebrating the Holy Sacri
fice of the Mass at midnight Dec. 31.
Therefore, there will be solemn services
at the Catholic church this city Dec. 31.
All are most cordially iuvited.
Rev. Jas. Donohue,
Workmen are putting up poles and
lines for a telephone. It will not only
accommodate our citizens, but will be
extended to quite a nnmber of cattle
ranches from 10 to 20 miles from the city
and also to some farmers, giving them
easy communication with the city, with
out trouble of coming in.
It is also prosposed in the spring to ex-
tend to neighboring county seats, mak
ing a circuit of towns around us, with
Garden City as the center. Garden City
A ffariww Kacape.
Thankful wards written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled oa my
laags; cough set in and finally terminat
ed ia Consumption. Four Doctors gave
bm up, saying 1 could live but a short
tine, I gave myself up to ay Savior, de
eraiaed if 1 could not stay with my
frteads on earth, I would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was ad
vised te get Dr. King's New Discovery
fer'CoBSumption, Cough aud Colds. I
gave it a trial took in all eight bottles. It
Mas cared me and thank God, I am saved
aad now a well and healthy woman."
Trail bottles free at W. F. Pine's diug
i Jtegelar sue 50c and tl.00. Guaranteed
The marriage of Harry M. Thompson
to Rose E. Williams both of Bucklin,
Kansas, Sunday, Dtc. 24, proved a very
enjoyable affair. It was the n suit of a
3 j ears' courtship. The day was excep
tionally fine and by the .hour appointed
for the ceremony the spacious rooms
were filled with the friends of the par
euts and young couples assemh cd to
honor the occasion. The man iage rites
were conducted by Rev. E. M. Carr,
pastor of Dodge City Christian church.
After i he ceremony was over and con
gratulations extended, the cuests showed
their further appreciation by many lib
eral and usefdl presents. At one o'
clock, the guests assembled in the dining
room to partake of a sumptuous repast
tendered by the Hostess, and from general
appearances, this was as enjoyable as the
ceremonies preceeding it. Mr. Thomp
son is a section foreman ou the C. R. I.
and P. Ry, an honorable and industrious
young man with a bright future. While
Rose (always as bright us the emblem of
her name) was everybody's friend and
will be greatly missed in Bucklin society.
The happy couple started east for a few
daysvacation on Dec. 25. Will return
about Jan. 1, 1900.
Adamontine Seth Thomas clock, Mr. and
Mrs W. R. Gordon.
Silver toilet set, Miss Eura Thompson, Heb
Hall mirror and hat rack, Rev. V. O. Davis
and wife, Aubry, Kas.
Set breakfast dishes, Messrs. Fisher aud
Set silver knives and forks, Oxford Teach
er's Bible, Mrs. Williams.
Silver trimmed pickle castor, Mr. Williams,
Set of silver tabic spoons, Mr. and Mrs. G
Set of silver desert spoons, Mr. and Mrs.
Q. F. Trager.
Set of silver tea spoons, SisterJMyrtle.
Silver butter knife and sugar shell, Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Gosslee.
Silver sugar shell, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Aulls.
Sllvur pickle fork, Caroline Aulls.
Silver toothpick holder, Marion Aulls.
Washbowl and pitcher, Mr. Elizabeth Tar
box. Globe parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clias
China fruit set, W. D. Williams. Enid. Okl.
Glass tea set, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Fengle.
Parlor lamp, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnes.
CGUsb water set, Wesley Tarbox.
Class frnlt dish aud desert set. Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Gosslee.
Silver sugar shell, Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Thompson. Set sliver coffee spoons, 3Ir. and Mrs. J. W.
Kitchen lamp, John Tarbox.
Large rocking chair, Geo. Artwine.
Silver cream pitcher and batter dish, Mr
and Mrs. G. W. Thompson.
Silver fruit SDoon, G. M. and M. L. Thoinp.
son, Peabody, Kas.
Pair French lace window vurtins, Key. P.
O. Davis, Aubry, Kas.
Pair linen towels. Miss Ella .Culver, Chero
Linen table cloth, Mr. and Mrs. Rloss.
One dozen table napkins, Lulu Everett.
Table cloth, Hugh Rodgers.
Sofa pillow, Mr. and Mrs. Middaugb, Mc
Dresser scarf, Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Morrison,
Oil painting, silver knife and sugar shell
Rev. Davis and wife, Aubry, Ka.
Turkish rug, Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Thompson
Set table napkins, Mrs. G. D. Gray, Pond
One Poland China pig, from the Spring
Valley Herd, Enid, Okl. This present was
not delivered with the others.
The Globe-Repuijucan extends thanks
for a box of tine wedding cake.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
The following letters remain unclaimed
for wet-k endiug December 28, 1899, and
unless called for within thirty days, will
be sent to dead letter office. Persons
calling for these letters will please say
"Advertised", and give date or this no
tice. One cent will be charged for ad
vertised letter delivered.
Durkee, D. C.
Holtou, M. B.
Keempton, L. A.
Patchen, Mrs. J. A.
Williamson, Robt C.
J. A: Arxext, Postmaster.
'This is me."
Jane, is that you?"
"Well, say, where did
I VOU Cet those wool socks and that haavv
ulld(!rWMr foP -miP hlhan,im .iVh
at the Racket and Novelty Store, of
The Globe - Republican and the
Chicago Weekly Inter-Ocean $1.35 a
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SANTA FE ROUTE HOLIDAY EX
Tickets will be told between all sta
tions in Kansas within a' limit of 200
miles at one fare for the round trip.
Date of sale, Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31st,
and January 1st. Final return limit,
January 2nd, 1900.
We pay particular attention to our
Coffee and Tea Department and may be
relied upon to suit lovers of the real ar
ticle. - Yours for coffee and tea,
GWIXXER'S CITY BAKERY" AXD
-II I I-
They are pure and unadulterated.
MADE FRESH EVEUY DAY.
Will have a special Fine Line for
Christmas, and plenty of It.
Give us a call. . . . v
M. M. GWINNER.
EAST EM) HiOTES.
From the Spearrille Ntwi. Dec. 22.
H. W. Dorsett shipped a ear of scrap,
iron yesterday. -
P. J. Upp bought 14 head of calves
from M. G. N tickles Tuesday at 915 per
C. E. Way lost four head of cattle
last week from lettiug them run in corn
stalks too loug. We would advise
farmers to be careful and let their cattle
run in the stalks only a few hours each
The boys of the settlement killed 2&t
Jack rabbits during the two days that
the suow was ou the ground. Lewis
Pointer took the lead, he having shot
45 of them.
M. G. Nuckles has been appointed as
agent for the Rock Island Ry, at Dodge
City, to relieve Mr. Snideman for 30
days. Mr. Nuckles in an old rail road
man, having held a number of important
positions on other roads. Until some
thing better in the way of a steady place
is available the Rock Island will use Mr.
Nuckles as relief agent for the heavier
stations. We are glad to see him secure
this position as with his ability we know
be will meet with success.
Mr. Beck, of Offerle, was in Kinsley, to
see a cousin off who had been making
him a short visit. The cousin was a man
of about thirty, and his trip here was the
first time he had ever been outside of his.
home county, Carroll, Illinois.
The oldest settlers are stumped by this
season. Ihey admit that so wet a fall,
so free from dust and winds was never
known before. Other have been as mild
or milder but none with so much falling
weather. Wheat is looking better than
ever knewn here. Should we have any
thing like a fair cbauce in the spring the
crop will be rccerd breaking. Kinsley
Edson A. Teed and Miss Martha Gry
howski surprised their numerous friends
in the city by getting married last Tues
day evening, about 8 o'clock, at the
Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Cuni
mings officiating. They took the train
the same night for Offerle, where Mr."
Teed's parents reside. Mr. Teed is the
son of A, E. Teed, of Offerle, and is em
ployed as relief agent on the Santa Fe.
His friends and acquaintances speak very
highly of him. The bride is the daughter
of John Grybowrki of tbis city, and is
well known and deservedly popular here.
They have the best wishes of the Graphic
for their future happiness. Kinsley
Just sec those Ladies' Ready
Made Waists for 'fall wear at
the Bee Hive, 75c, $1.25, $1.45,
$1.69, $1.75 each.
Preaching morning and eveniug, every
third and fomtb Lords Day.
Sabbath School every Sabbath, 10 a. m.
U. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting every Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Cordial invitation to all.
J. M. Robinson, Pastor.
Early soft wheat down in the east part
of the county is reported jointing. The
only remedy is plenty of cattle to eat it
off. Tbis is the second time in twenty
three years residence in the ttate we ever
knew it to happen.. The other proved a
good wheat year and a big crop was bar-,
vested. Kingman Journal.
T VCIE I.A GBtIPP IX TWO BATS
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it faile
so cure. E. W. Grove's signature en
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