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,-S--JK J. "V- !,-" ' --- "-,, ISCSW"? ij , . i ji - ?, ,.. j-c-. V. Y ?. I. -IT .. t 5t - Trr- r ., 3 - i5 m 11 BZ if ft U UN 1? K V H 1 HJJ II - IT A 19 Hi It n ra - "A -5 pi KILLED BY A CALF. Sad Pate of a Llan Down by Caatle Hock. J. Canrrel B. An old gentleman by the name of Malory, living five miles west of Castle Bock, while handling a calf on Friday of last week, was thrown and hurt so badly that he died Saturday night from his injuries. W. E. C. Entertainment Monday Evening, December 17, 1888. This entertainment will be one which will summon the presence of all our people. Major flendershot, the drummer boy of the Rappahannock, and his son, will con duct a portion of the exercises. This portion of the entertainment will consist of instrumental music, reminiscences of the war and other thrilling acts. Home talent will vary the performances by music by the Hale Quartette, etc. Admission, 25 cents. MAJNTY MYSTERIOUS DEATHS. Dying with Intolerable Sapidity. Gralnfield Cap S'leaf, Xot. 23. Last Saturday monJrg the cattle of Harry "Williams, northeast of town, on the Saline, began dying in a mysterious manner, and in a short time thirty-nine of the herd had died. The state veter inary surgeon was telegraphed for to as certain, if possible, the cause of the sudden death of the cattle, but up to the time of going to press ho had not put in appearance. Mr. Williams was in Illinois at the time, and did not learn of the loss he had sustained until reaching home Wednesday evening. LAND DECISIONS. Th following rynop-ei of desIlon. of the land department oro furnished by W. D Hnrlan, lend and mining attorney, Washington, D. C. PItACTICE. Assistant Commissioner Anderson, in case of J. M. Payne, held that the regis ters will be responsible for the proper publication of notice of intention to make final proof, and when new publication is required by reason of errors on their part, they will be required to pay the cost thereof. In Eden Merryman case, Secretary Yilas held that when final proof is taken before an officer other than named in publication notice the error is not ma terial and the case may be referred to the board of equitable adjudication. MIXERAIi. In Meyers et al vs. Hyman, Asst. Sec'y Muldrow held that a mineral entry pre maturely allowed pending the disposition of adverse litigation may be permitted to stand on the withdrawal of the adverse claim. CEMENTED "WITH CAUSTIC. A Citizen of Glencoe Totroship Of fers a Few Reflections. There is no desire upon our part to awaken new animosities over the late county campaign or to keep alive old ones. But a friend in Glencoe township sends to this office a communication which deserves attention. This fiiend scores without mercy a neighbor of his who took part in the county People's convention, ana arterwarus turned in with the ring cause. He says: At the polls he voted against the parties he had helped nominate. In my opinion, that is the meanest thing a person can do to nominate a candidate and then go in to slaughter him, and stand around the pulls and cry "Bolter!" " And this man 6ays he is no bolter. Which would you rather be a bolter or a shy ster to go into a convention and go back on a ticket which he assisted in putting in nomination. X voted the People's ticket and worked for it, and would do it again under the same circumstances. Notwithstanding that brainless dude of the Ellis Headlight has written your epitaph, I think jon will live to bury him and his defunct Headlight paper. He must think you have a Btrong stomach when he asks the ditorof the Republican to kiss you above your waistband. I think that the resi dents of Glencoe can run the politics of oar precinct without the assistance of E. M. Baldwin. This man Baldwin was not the secretary of war under Abraham Lincoln. O, no! He is a little insignifi cant nothing. He is a carpet bagger that came to Ellis with 13 or 14 cents and an unpaid wash-bill, and there was not room enough for his big head in Ellis county, bo he came over into Trego county to mix himself in our affairs. Bespectf ully yours, A Glexcoe Voter. Many persons contract severe colds during the early winter months and per mit them to hang on persistently all win ter, weakening their lungs and paving the way for catarrh, chronic bronchitis or 'consumption. No one can afford to neg lect a cold. A single bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Bemedy will cure the most cerere cold, and costs but 50 cents. For t mlebyH. J. Hiile. BBEAKDJG PLOWS. g Kelly Hardware and Implement Co. itn just received one hundred Iron Beam fBod Breakers the cheapest and best ;-.C.MUW orcjr uroUKUl to U1S WBfiS. IMlMd &&,. &mfkm. BAETtfEB BUG-LINGS. B.onreB, Tbego Co., Nov. 26. Fine, pleasant weather. The literary at Banner is constantly in teresting. The sick in this neighborhood are all improving. Mra. Goodwin is spending this week with friends near Banner, before starting eaat. A good-sized congregation at church yesterday. Bev. J. C. Elliott preached an able sermon. A literary society has been organized at the Spena school house. It meets every Wednesday evening. Third quarterly meeting of Collyer circuit will be held at Aiianthus Decem ber 1 and 2. Elder Stolz is expected to be in attendance. Mr. Wilds, of Denver, Colorado, a friend of Mr. Courtney's family, has been a faithful attendant during the long siege of sickness in that family. He re turned to Denver last Saturday. John P. Matter, who had been in Colorado at work all summer and fall, re turned last week. He got home in the night, when the family were all in bed and asleep. He went in, got in bed with his brother, and the family knew nothing of it until next morning. UP AT COLLYEB. What Is to Come Off Up There. On the first Saturday afternoon in De cember the annual election of the Grand Army Post officers is to take place. An urgent request is extended to all mem bers of Collj er Post to be present. Epoch. The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life of an individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory, and the agency whereby the good health has been attained is grate fully blessed. Heuce it is that so much is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So many feel they owo their restoration to health to the use of the great alterative and tonic. If jou are troubled with any disease of kiduejs, liver or stomach, of loDg or short standing, yon will surely find relief by use of Electric Bitters. Sold at GOc. and SI per bottle at A. B. Jones's drug store. 3 Don't Forget. A. L. Oo-by m Hoard's Dairyman. That winter will soon be here, and the summer cracks ou the cow stable will need a new suit of batten. That it is much easier to let cows shrink in their milk than to per suade them to swell. That good blood is the foundation of profitable cow-keeping, and good care must always go with it. That if a cow just pays for her feed in milk and butter she is kept at a loss. . That this loss is greater with every succeeding year. That the business of dairying al ways pays; when it don't pay it isn't business. Thit the cow begins life as a calf. That you can point that calf cow wauls or steer-wards. That if you have the beef idea of a cow, you had better grow your cows from boy calves. That you forgot last fall to pro vide plenty of bedding for your cows. That in consequence the milk sometimes had a "cowy" odor. That you attributed it to some kind of weed in the hay. That your wife said "at those times that the milk strainer was full of . That your neighbor has built a silo and it is your duty to watch and see how the thing works. That when you go to see him you must leave your prejudices at home. That you had better put said prejudices with your worn-out clothes, and never wear any of them again. That you had better take your wife with you, she may possibly see some things that you can't. That a pound of fine butter is worth 30 cents, and a pound of "store" butter 15 cents. That the difference in price is a matter of dairy knowledge. That you can get this knowledge by reading and thinking. That you gave a cow doctor $2.50 to attend your sick cow. That that cow died. That in a dairy paper the week before she died was published a rem edy for the disease she died of. That if you had been a reader of dairy papers you would have been better off by one cow plus S2 50 minus SI. That two years ago you refused to buy a registered bull at a low price, because you did,not believe in. pedi gree. That if you read a dairy paper you will be compelled to believe in pedigree. That if yon had read it for year bfor yo rrfued tiatgooi ofltr of a pedigreed bull you would have bought him, and now would have a lou of fine grades that would soon erive vou a chance to dispose of all your present stock. That you won't benefit me any by following this advice, as it is to my interest as we are bo(h selling butter that you should keep scrub stock, make scrub butter and sell it at a scrub price. That ''charity begins at home," but if you had rather help me than yourself and family, why, I can't object. Don't forget that. TJUTOTf PACIPIC HALLWAY. New Tirno Tables in Effect Sept. 22. Train Xo. 1, the Pacific Express, leaves Council Bhifis at 7:35 p. m. daily, arriv ing at Denver second day at 6:13 p. 21 , Ogden third day, at o:45 p. ir., and San Francisco fourth day at 10:45 a. it. Train 201, leaving Kansas City the the same morning, at or about 10.00 x is., arrives at Denver at 7:15 a. ir., and con nects with train No. 1 at Cheyenne. Train Xo. 3, "The Overland Flyer," leaves Council Bluffs at 7:30 a. si., daily, arriving at Denver second day at 6:30 a. it., Ogden second day at 9:00 p. jr., San Trancisco third day at 10:45 a. m., and Portland third day at 8:00 p. ir. Train No. 203, leaving Kansas City the previous evening, at or about 9:40 p. si. arrives at Denver at 800 p. si., and con nects with train No. 3 at Cheyenne. Train No. 2, the Atlantic express, the opposite of train No. 1, arrives at Council Bluffs at 8:15 a. si. Connection is made at Cheyenne for Kansas City, arriving at Kansas City (train 202) at or about 5:00 p. 3i. the same day that train No. 2 ar rives at Council Blnffs. Train No. 4, "The Overland Flyer," the opposite of train No. 3, arrives at Council Blnffs at 5:10 p. si. Connection is made at Cheyenne for Kansas City, ar riving at Kansas City (train 204) at or about 6:20 a. si. of the day following the arrival of No. 4 at Council Bluffs. Exception There is no connection with train from. California and Nevada, east bound, on train 4. Good local connection with branch lines, both west and east bound. On the new time card the Union Pacific railway is the only line that can offer the traveling public two daily trains from Council Bluffs, Omaha and Kansas City, to Los Angoles and San Francisco. Also bear in miad that passengers from Chicago, taking "The Overland Fher" at Council Bluffs, practically make 24 hours better time from Chicago to SanFran cisco, and 8 hours better time from Chi cago to Portland than they can make by any other route. Clothing at cost for at the next 30 days Thomas Ca&dick's. HARROWS. The best assortment, by fnr, ever brought to "Wa-Keeney, at Kelly Hard ware and Implement Co. 4.18-tf The Pioneer Clothing House lias the prettiest lino of neckwear ever brought to Wa-Keensy. WANTED. Several coyote ekins tanned end uc tanned. 1 M. H. Faioieb. TAKEN UP. At my place, on Augugt 16, 2 mare mules; 1 sorrel; 1 dark brown. W. A. EppiiEK. 494-tf 6 miles north of Ellis, Kan. A BARGAIN". Just one Eefrigerator left, which will be Eold at cost. Keltt Habdwabjj Co. If you want pure home 'made lard call at Geo. Baker's market, on Russell ave. 401 GARDEN SEEDS. A large lot just received at Kelly Hard ware and Implement Co. These geeds aje in bulk, and fresh. i I .have cut flowers for sale at from 5 to 25 cents per bouquet. i96 Mis. J. W. Cabsox. The Enterprise , Indestructible Fuel Burners. For Burning Kerosene Oil in Stoves and Grates. It is the only practical device ever invented by which kerosene oil can be burned in any stove, range, grate or heat er. It is a metal case, packed with inde structible absorbents, which will absorb oil sufficient to bum thirty minntes, producing enough heat to cook a meal or heat a room without the use of coal or wood. Canvassers wanted STALE OB FEJIAIiE to sell the Empire Fnel Burners in the counties of Trego, Graham, Gove, Ellis and Russell. A rare good chance to make money for those who are out of employment and mean business, corres pondence solicited. Address, A. P. Lipe, Wa-Keenev, Kansas. 490-tf p. o. Drawer D. The immense sale of Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy has been produced to a great extent by people who have been. cured by it telling their friends and neighbors of its good qualities and urging them to try it The moet severe cold will aoof yield to its -soothing effect -Tot hn w a. j. .nine. lOND Mens'. Boys' g Children's OLOTHIITQI HATS, CAPS, Gents1 Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS AND YALISES. Call and Examine Goods and Priees. IN BEICK BLOCK. J. EL. BSOWS2, Proprietor Va-Keenoy, - Kana. OGALLAK, KANSAS. BENSON BROS. Proprietors. I aim to take the Farmer's Pro duce, and sell them at t&e LOWEST PBEYAIUHa PIGBBES, Everything feoy need in the vraj ot DRY GOODS, Gbogebies, Boots and Shoes, CRAiN, FLOUR, FEED, And the general rounds of & store ras co business principles. Benson Brothers. WA-KEEHEY IT MARK! Wholesale and Retail. Bologna Sausage and Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. T FRIGES PAI FOR Cattle and Hog-s. The Trade Supplied. L. G. JOHNSON, Prop. WE 03T3TES YOU WEALTH Bjgivinsyauthe enrrsnt information nece"aryto intelligently utilize yoar means for SLOO KANSAS CITY WEEKLY JOUHNAL A W-colunm peper, complete In pvery fernture necessary to moke it first-class, can be hud for f 1.00 PEB YEA it. Those tf ho have received this valuable paper dnnng the campaign need no introduction. To all others we say, try it. Hand yoar subscrip tions to the editor of tain paper and he prill forward same tons. JOURNAL CO., Kansas City, Mo. PUBLICATION NOTICE. State otKjsus ? . Trego Countr, J In the District Court of said Coanty cad State. The Union Pacific Hallway Company, ") I'lnfatig, TS. f John H. Johnson. Defendant. J To John H. Joanon above named: Ton are here Tvr TrHp' ttip.t a oetition his bwn filod In lh above-named court by the plaintiff, the Union Pa- cific B3Cvray Company, tho rrsyir o which is to obtain judgment against the defendant, John H. Johnson, for the sum of fl2G 76, -with interest there on as prayed for in al J. petition, r.nd for the fore closure of a certain mortgage eet oat in aid petition on tho fouthwet quarter of section twenty-three (8. 23,) township th".rteea (T. 13.) -outh of raajs twenry-tw) (P23,)cstof theCth B.1L, in Trej eoantn Ktnsas. end thai-Tcu answer said petition on or before tho 25:h day of December, lKS3,or the v Iflfillim'f , , .A.-B.BEAIK, . uLUlnlrtb oyir I OgallahStore! J0EI LEONASD SCmillT. SCHMITT & nANDLa FARM IMPLEMENTS'! . "Wagons and Carriages, Also Conrnshslling, "WellSriUingacd Thresning Outfits. - . "Wholesale dealers and Manufacturera of SCHHITT'S OE LED HATED BOD BREAKING PLOWS. Our stock is new, and of the latest improved styles. We do a general line of Blacksmitlmig, Carriage and Wagon work, Hore shoeing and plow work. Are agents for Cook's Architectural Device and Building Anchors in Trego, Gove, Ness; and Ellis counties. Correspondence solicited. Schmitt & Forrester, TREGO COUNTY ' BANK. JOHjST H. ItfAECH & CO. OLDS3T B-A.3STK: I3ST TRBOO COUNTY General Banking Business Transacted Interest Paid on Time Deposits. E03E7 L0AI3D ON L0S3 0B SHORT TI2B. CORRESPONDENCE: Chase National Bant, New York. National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. National Bank of Kansas City, Kansas City, Mo. repgS WALNUTS Tree Seedlings (fob) Timber Claims (A SPECIAIiTT) Address all orders to W. A. EPPLEE, Box With CADWAIiTiABEB HEML ifrrggO a u mrr -A Full Stock PRICES WHICH DEFY COMPETITION. Sofas, S-ifes, Bureaus, Big Hue of Chairs, Safes, Tables, Bed Steads, Bji'uv Carriages, Etc. Etc. Etc New Goods constantly Arriving: I Have a fine Hearse. Give me a call, . a k. dewet. KELLY HARDWARE AGENTS DEERING REAPER AND MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR k DEER'S PLOWS ail CULTIVATORS. SPMSFIELD SUPEHI02 gftlffi ffi&. lEEorse -Places. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAG0N-T70$D STOOL Shelf M Heavy Hardware, Iron, Sled sal film Franklin Street, ..... HfA-KEEgrrr, KANSAS. The Importing Draft Horse Go. LINCOLN, HCPOKTXBS Pure-bred French Draft t x . r . - f AND ENGLHH HtPfEeT'' PwSVtTSBteLj.-aj ?y,--ftjvtT-H JgjpigBB 'MMftaMMMMlMfl TL B-FORHESTEBta FORRESTER, ro&ii uxn of Va-SCeeney, Kansas. 129, Ellis, Kan.3 BltOS. FOBMiTORE ! STORE, u Uc. k . newev of Furniture at- m&mz & IMPLEMENT CO., FOE THE NEBRASKA. OK (Perchetm or Norman "m'V55i5 v2 m 1 vwMUHKauBK r?r 3-7 i. -q 9HIRE HOME. -:' - ii- "r sx; 1 St1-! 1, C c: h iii ? "ri! v M? ' : i jSk-iii. 'Mertarnumnw - h . a, . ' ."- h&- ?J?"'.S "fei.J- icr-j. !,, -. 'n.s.1'-.Ji &? --- -"V, 7 - . . . " - e c - - i ''?.C-V- V. S - v,.i " '