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f v, K 5 I- wrtrinii!WW FPICIAL PAPEB OF T1ES0 COZJITY. .OWIGK& WELCH, Editors and Publishers Saturday, Dec. 5, 1891. Tammany Had too Dammany Votes! Auburn Journal. The compactness of the poem wins our -approbation, bat the theme makes us weep. Bansom will have a mill. Fresh, bologna atBaker's. We will soon jear. enter upon another Fire's were a nuisance a portion of this week. 31- noser's family have been afflicted with la grippe. Geo. Philip spent Sunday with his family in flays. Now is a good time to invest in Kansas real estate. The L O. O. F. will give an enter tainment in the near future. "k. J. Davis has been under the weathtr a portion of this week. Mrs. T. B. Moore, who has been quite ill for a few days, is improving. John A. Selson was engaged in a litigated contest the first of the week. Mis. Henry Schultz is recovering rom an illness brought on by a severe fall. 0. M. Brown occupies the F. O Ellsworth property in the north-east part of town. N. A. Voss was in his photograph gallery last Saturday. Voss makes good pictures. One of our metropolitan exchanges in Eastern Kansas speaks of a "widow woman!" W. B. Hill, of Hill city, was tran act ing business before the U. S. Land office last Monday. Kansas is kicking vigorously on account of lack of cars to transport its corn to market. Ed. Bea has gone to Kansas City for a week or teu days visit with "The Folks" that is the other folks. Wanted two coyote skins, not mnti lated, for which the highest price will be paid. D. W. Matthews From present appearances our docket will be lighter than ever before. Only two new cases filed so far for next term The Wa-Keeney Glee Club will give a free concert at Ogallah next Thursday evening, December 10th. It will be well worth attending. John E. Beddig, formerly of Wa Keeney, has started a boot and shoe shop in Ashland, Nebraska, with good prospects of success. John KuId is planning his new house. It will be a commodious, pretty residence when completed according to the plans and specifications. A. P. Lawrence went to Clay Center the first of the week. It seems that he had bought a judgment in Clay county and unwillingly bought a law suit with it. Bevival meetings have been held in Ellis for the past two or three weeks. "VVe have not learned what effect they hhve had on Bro. Brettlf, of the Review. Married December 1st, 1891, Miss Kate Woolner and George Young. Mr. Young is one of Trego county's best citizens and the bride is a most estima joung.lady. We offer our sincere con gratulations. Carl Henkel has finished bis work on Mr. Haves' ranch near the forestry station. Mr. Hayes has a new house, barn and cattle sheds. He has a man employed to take charge of the ranch and attend to the stock. The children's Mission Band, of the Presbyterian church, will hold a fair in the bnilding just north of Dr. Jones' drac store on Friday evening Decem ber 11th. Numerous beautiful articles, Buitable for holiday gifts, will be for sale and a very pleasant time is anticipated. v We are just one month in getting the ground ready and seeding seventy-five acres of wheat. Eastern readers, what do you think of that? One roan was employed all the time and four horses about two-thirds of the time and two all the time. You would have required three times more time. Dighton Journal. JohnM. Ostrander is preparing' for another legal tilt with Willard. It will be remembered that a conpleof years ago Ostrander recovered judgment against Willard for about $2,000 on ao of diseased sheep which he had pur chased from Willard. The case was ap pealed to the supreme court and re- manded for a new trial. , Thomas A. Yennardfof MoHeury county, Hls haB been appointed general Buperintendeat of the Illinois Land and CattleiCo." Last week he shipped 3,000 steers from south-west ansas to Denver, and has under his sajjervision over 30, 000 cattle and about thai puny acres fb land. Mr. -Vennard is stopping for the preeeotwith G. W. Staplin wjp it jsSoeabe (ghiisilltw'3 Get your sliced ham-at Baker's. Fresh fish at Baker's every Thursday J. L.Marcy remained in town Satur day night. , Wanted: A good milch cow. Call at this office. Pure. Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour at Bestore. M. V. B. Storer, of Gibson, made us a. call last monday. F. S. Ditbold will pay the highest market price for all kinds of grain. Mrs. C. C. Yetter and Mrs. C. H Benson were in Wa- Keeney last Thurs day. The young people's singing class met at Geo. L Verbeck's last Tuesday evening. Schools have been closed in several counties in the state on account of diphtheria. Bev. Aller, of Hays City, occupied the Presbyterian pulpit very acceptably last Sunday. Wash your hands with Jolly Tar Soap. Bemoves stains, grease, etc. For sale by C. C. Bestor. Those Porcelain lined Kettles just received at Bestor's are, if possible, even better than the last. For the next three weeks come and get special prices on clothing. H SOHTJIiTZ. We noticed D.J. Wilson and Bruce Furbeck in town early Sunday morning. Presume they came up the night before. "When a man goes right," says an exchange, we never hear it said that there Is a woman at the top of it, but there is. Silver Leaf Japan Tea is head and shoulders above all others, and the price is within your reach. Call and get a sample at C. C. Bestor's. The man who can publish a country weekly for any considerable length of time without making some enemies is entirely too good for this world. Henry Ward Beecher once said that school teachers were of more value than all the lawyers, doctors and ministers rolled up together and we believe he was right. Daniel Alloway, of the Saline conn try, sent us a couple of beets this week that beats them all. One weighed eleven pounds and a half and the other a trifle over eleven pounds. Next year will be one of conventions. Delegates to the national convention, electors, congressmen, senators and rep resentatives, besides the usual number county officers will be elected. Buy your presents and holiday gifts at the children's fair next Friday evening. You can buy suitable presents there and thus answer the oft repeated question "What shall I get for the holidays." We 'vould like to give the farmers just one word of advice: All of you who possibly can should build an ice house fnd fill it with ice this winter. The honBe can be built with only the cost of a little labor and the ice wall be a luxury next summer in more ways than one. "F6te" is Sol. Miller's orthography on toe name or a small cur dog. it is a word of common usage, but does not appear in the dictionary. Capital. Yes, the word is in the dictionary, but you can't find it unless you know how to spell it. Will some school boy or girl Bend us the proper spelling of that word 60 we may inform the Capital" The A. O. U. W. held their annual election of officers last Tuesday night with the following result: M. W., F. H Burnham; Foreman, Geo. McKinley; Becorder, W. E. Saum; Financier, A. J. Davis; Beceiver, O. A. Cortright; Guide, Geo. Baker; L W., Schuyler Opp; O. W., S. J. Osborn; Medical Examiner, A B. Jones; Trustee, 8. E. Cowick; Rep resentative to grand lodge S. B. Cowick. We understand from a reliable source that a very large numbet of Rus sians will be here from the old country in the near fntum for settlement in this county. We hail this as a very favorable prospect towards the large increase of farmers in Ellis county. The fourth party welcomes this addition of the best farmers of the west. Our Russian fellow citizens have done as much or more than any other party towards developing our permanent farming interests. They have been coining money and getting rich up on the broad acres of this premium wheat county, the best in the state for that cereal W-. hail this turn of affairs with hearty cheer. Hays City Sentinel. The State vs. W. A. Hiett for assault and battery was tried before Justice Lawrence last Saturday. There were also complaints against his two 6ons, William and Franklin. After the case against W. A. Hiett had been concluded and before the argument, defendant's at torneys proposed to allow the evidence produced in this case to be considered in all three cases and judgement rendered accordingly. This proposition was ac cepted by the county attorney, and niter argument, the court found William Hiett and Franklin Hiett guilty and asses- Bed a fine in, each case. W. A. Hiett was found not guilty. The complainant as well as defendants were all badly wounded. Knives, spades, clubs, eta, being freely used. The evidenoe was oaaflicting and this is not surprising, for, jadging from the appearance of all con. earned, they had but little time to make notes of the progress of the battle. Fresh oysters at Bakers. Wa-Keeney is becoming musical. . , Teacher's meeting at Ellis to-day. All kinds smoked meats at Baker's. Sheriff Courtney went to Collyer last Monday. In weather we have had a variety this week. Pure buckwheat flour for sale at H. SCHUIiTZ. Edward Chalk iB city marshal and night watchman. G. C. Dieterich's family occupy the W. B. Kelly property. George Washington Tunnell was in Wa-Keeney last Thursday. More Porcelain lined Stew Kettles to give away at C. C. Bestore. Silver Leaf is strictly pure. Sun cured Japan Tea, at Bestore. A letter from Larry LeBron says he cannot do without the World. i. F. S. Diebold will pay the highest market pricps for all kinds of grain. The best Soap for mechanics and others, is Jolly Tar Soap, at Bestore. Poems on the beautiful snow will soon be in order for the waste basket. S. L. Garland was in town Saturday in the capacity of a witness in the Hiett case. C. C. Bestor iB again to the front with those wonderful Porcelain lined Stew Kettles. Mrs. W. E. Saum and Mrs F. S. Die bold entertained a number of their lady friends "at tea" Thursday afternoon. Upon further investigation it appears that Kansas will receive its full con gressional delegation without an extra session of the legislature. Will some one please give us the de finition of "plutocrat?" We have been designated as a plutocrat several times and don't know whether to get angry or not. It is reported that the government has about twenty men at work excavat ing on a hill in the east part of Glencoe township. We have not been able to learn what is the object. Regular covenant meeting of the First Baptist church this afternoon at two o'clock. Preaching to-morrow morn ing after Sunday school and at Ogallah in the afternoon. A cordial invitation to all. Joshua Musgrave called Wednesday and arranged for more reading matter the coming year. He informed us that Mrs. Musgrave and a portion of the fami ly would start the following morning on a visit to Colorado and that he might go himself. The Business Men's Literary will wrestle with the sub-treasury scheme next Tuesday night. Their Skakesperian scythes have been whetted to a keen edge, we are informed, and the subject will be thoroughly ventilated. The affirmative will be maintained by Wheeler, Metz and Shnler; the negative by Monroe, Crooks and Cowick. There is talk of Judge Botkin being a candidate for re-election to the office of district judge in his judicial district without expressing an opinion as to his attempted impeachment trial, we hope in the name of common decency that h will not be a candidate. There has been trouble enough down there and all know that he is not qualifiied to sit as judge in that district. The Alliance Advocate the official state organ uses strong arguments(?) to prove that the old parties are corrupt. The Kansas City (Kansas) Gazette refers to the following endearing references to the Bepublican party in the last issue of said alliance organ: "Republican blatherskites," "party of corruption, scoundrelism and rascality," "disgrace to the judicial bench," Funston an old ass, infernal rottenness, cool,calcu lating villainy of its leaders who not only rob and steal, but would commit murder, dastardly whelps and contemptible scoun drels, rotten leaders, pimps of perdition, old warts, contemptible and loathsome, pothouse politicians, political warts, cow- aids and poltroons, nuderbandedly and sneakingly using the government to coerce, the quintessence of pusillanimity and meanness, ranting hypocrites, roar ing blatherskites, old ring warts, con temptible lot of hypocrites, rotten hides, old political bums, old scabs," We don't see how any republican could read the above arraignment of his party without becoming a convert to the third party doctrine. The arguments contain ed therein are simply unanswerable. Rainbow Supper. The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will give a Rainbow Supper on Friday evening, December 11th, first door north of Dr. Tones' drug store. In connection with it the "Pearl gatherers" will hold a Christmas Bazaar. The public are cor dially invited to come and satisfy both the eye and palate. Special Attention! All comrades of Capt. Trego Post No. 197. Dept of Kansas, G. A. R, are here by requested to attend the annual elec tion of post officers on Monday evening, December 7th. The officers to be elect ed are Post Commander, S. V. P. CL J.T.P. CQ.iL, Chap, O.D,O.G, representative to the state eacanipmant, and alternate, and three trustees. By or&rofJPpft Commander. " iniHbrmTelnmdnWtiealt in the Organisation of a luvai Enterprise. Topeka, Xax, Dec 2, 1891. A circular letter, under the date of December 1 was received at the governor's office 'this morning, giving the wonderful proposi tion of the Interstate Artificial Rain company, of. Goodlrnd, which claims to have obtained from Frank Melbourne his secret of producing rain. The com pany is organized under the state laws, and the fight between it and Melbourne, who claims that it is making fraudulent representations, will probably result in a damage suit. In the letter received at the executive office this morning the company said: The Interstate Artificial Rain company, incorporated under the laws of the state of Kansas, having secured the secret pro cess of producing rain by artificial means and having made numerous tests, are satisfied that they have g. valuable dis covery. The company has completed its organization and is now ready to nego tiate with syndicates or corporations for the sale of district or state rights. Ow ing to the large amount of territory seeking our services, we have decided up on the plan of vebhng local companies or syndicates with the right to use our pro cess under certain restrictions for certain described territory, not less in each such sale than ten counties. In this manner all the different sections of country de siring the use of this process may avail themselves of its advantage in the year loya, it they win work the matter up in their own county or district by effecting local organizations during the present winter. We propose in the sale of such rights to demonstrate to the satisfaction of such purchasers their valve by tests to be made by our' operators, at stated times in such territory desiring to purchase. We are ready to open correspondence with parties who would be interested in purchasing rights and will be pleased to make known price, terms and conditions of sale. Describe the territory to be in cluded, giving the area in acres as near as possible. Very respectfully yours, Intebstate Abttpictaii Rain Co. H. F. Don CabiiOS, Secretary. Accompanying the lelter are a number of newspaper clippings showing that E F. Murphy, of Goodland, president of the company, successfully produced rainfall at Temple, Tex , November 9. Star. Man spends hisjife hunting temp tations. Man's friends get him into much more trouble than his enemies. The best way to get fan out of an old pun is to trade off the p for an f. Do not live in a show case. .Lire is something better than an" advertisement. If you will do your duty and tell the truth you will not need any excuses as long as you'.live. There is nothing in the world that people relish more than nonsense with a great deal of sense in it. You cannot teach a fool any sense, but you can cripple him so that he will be practically harmless. False'pride sometimes makes a very good boy or girl ashamed of his or her mother. Vanity is the most cowardly thing on earth. Whenever you are moved to inquire whether a thing is right or wrong it is pretty sure to be wrong. Even a brute knows when it is doing right. Dallas News. OGALLAH OBSERVATIONS. Ogallah, Dec. 3, 1891. We understand that the male quartette of Wa-Keeney will give a free concert at this place on Thursday evening of next week. There will be s fine assortment of trees next spring for the farmers, at the Ogallah forestry station. "Honor to whom honor is due." Had it not been for the influence of Mrs. Ben. C. Bich we would be without a forestry station. Yetter's Tarppy's and Harrison's spent Thanksgiving at.Geo. McKinloy's. Ourtenterprising ranchman, Mr. Hayes, who lives north of the forestry station, has built a cattle shed 24x96 feet. He has a frame house and barn, and is put ting up a wind mill. Mr. Hayes has abundance of feed, and about 170 steers. Thomas Tarpey had ten acres of corn that good judges estimate at 35-40 bush els per acre. Mr. Mapes is burning wood from trees that he cultivated on his homestead ten or twelve years ago. Alvin Frogge received another car load of coal last week. LONGFELZiOW. FATRVXEWINGS. Faibview, Dec. 1, 1891. Fine weather. Farmers all busy husking corn. . Mr. C. Wolff and family dined at J. Best's Thanksgiving. Mrs. F. H, Bnrnham and children, of Wn.KPAnftv. snent Sunday at Mr. Wolff's. Miss Carrie Davis spent Saturday in Wa-Keeney. Mr. Christ Wolff is having a windmilt erected in place of one blown down lasl summer. A. T. Greenwood is doing the work. F. H. Burnham is having considerable plowing done on the farm he recently purchased of Mr. Frogge. He intends having thirty-five acres of wheat sown. Adolph Schwanbeck and Otto Wolff took a flying trip to M. Enck's Thursday. J..M. Rhoades and wife called on Mrs. York, Sunday. Yankee. GLENCOE GLEANHTGS. GINKGOS, Nov. 30, 1891. Thorn has hxn a combination of all kinds of weather in eastern Trego the past week or two. There has-been snow on four different days in Glencoe this fall. flebool began in the south end of die kiet ekwen last Monday a week. fflfawUbrmford RAokanar'a' u. oTiiSngS MeAflng lr-'of iVe-ttyirWCr fint of week before last, omG.W. Croa homestead, in Gleaooe. -' The rush of wheat to market still con tinues at Ellis. Ryeiaselling as high as No. 2 wheat. B.E. Furbeck is not done threshing this year's crop yet. Abram Cross was hauling rye to Ellis last week. Wheat and rve look a little black lately. Mercury stood at zero on the morning of the 17th in Glencoe. Mrs. D. J. Wilson made final proof on the southwest quarter of 14-13-21 last Saturday. Fred Egger had the misfortune 'to loose four head of cattle a short while ago; cause supposed to be too many corn stalks. Frank Cross had the misfortune to severely sprain his ancle a week ago last Monday. Uncle Sam's Surveyors are blilding an immense signal tower on the northeast quarter of 27-13-21. Hon. W. F. King was visiting Mr. J.'L. Allman Sunday. M. H. Johnson and Charlie Cross were down in Riverside last Sunday. A. T. Carlton is Btill working for Hon. W. F. King. GustMahlborg started on a visit to the old country the other day. Granger. Money! Money! Money! If you are not trying to sell your land. but want to borrow money to further improve your farms, call on W. E. Sato. Dentistry. I will be in Wa-Keeney on the, 15th of each month prepared to operate dentistry 10-17 M. Tuxraa, Oakley, Kansas, Notice. All persons are hereby cautioned not to pay any account for the service of my Clydesdale stallion, "Bob," except to my self. W. S. Harhisok 10-17 tf. MARKET REPORTS. Kansas City IAve Stock. Kaksas Crrr, Nov. 25 Cattle Receipts, 6 724 caivea, 131; shipped yesterdav, 1.526 Tho market was doll and steady to lower. Texana l c lower. The fol lowing are representative sales: DRE88ED BEEF AND SHIPPING STEBBS. 36 1574 $4 25 I 21 1.W7 J3.35 69 COl 1,17 HI I 11 1,044 8.3S COWS AJD HKIPEES. M 934 10 1,018 22. 30 37 2 10 9 SXM 2.00 7 SU $L90 14 770 1.85 4 0W LOT 9 1,04 150 BTOCKERS AND FEEDEOS. 20 lilOH-W U 634 S2.6S 8 fc6J i9i I 21 877 2.61 Hogs Receipts, 13,213 shipped yesterday, 113. Market steady to 5c lower, closing strong. The fol owing are representative lales: 64. ..278 1380 55.. .281 J3.72VS 12... 284 $3.70 40...2U8 rf6jJte 105...97 3.t5 49.22) S65 7...256 d60 58 ..2- H5 70.. .&B 3J0 85.. .195 351 J9...200 3.45 71. ..24 340 8f ..U8 4 .'5 81. ..192 3.35 47.. .168 3.00 Sheep Receipts, 71; shipped yesterday. 1.847. Mark' t steady. The following are representative sales: ill 73 $4.95 1109 mnt 105 S4.2S 35 81 3 00 I2I3XM. Id. .103 2.X) Chicago Live btoek. Chicago. Nor. J5 Hogi Receipts, 40,003; official yesterday, 47,161, shipments yester day, 7,451. left over about 23,003. quality bel ter, market active and prices steady. Sale ranged at 13. 5 a 3. 60 for liirbt: J3.4533 65for rough packiug; J3.I0d3.65 for mixed. $3,759 LOO for heavy packing and shipping lots. Plg9.2.30r3 40. Cattle Receipts, 8.000; official yesterday, ),318; shipments yesterday, t,U7; market active and prices steady. Sheep Receipts, 7,000; official yesterday, 4,674: shipments yesterday, 1,043; market active and prices well maintained. St. Iionls live Stock St. Louis, Nov. 25. Receipts. 1.500. Mar ket strong Hogs Receipts, 5,00). Mar ket steady; fair to choice heavy, S3.70S3.b5; mixed, ?31a3-70: Yorkers. J3 4033.6a Sheep Receipts, 500. Market steady. , Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Nov. 25. Option. Opened. Closed. Wheat December 9J 92 May 1.00 . 99 Corn November 62 a 68Ak December 47 .... May 43 43 Oats November 84 83 .May 83 32 Pork -December 840 a 45 January 11.17 11.17 Lard December &10 January 6.22 6.20 Kansas City Grain. EAhsaj Crrr. 'Nov. 25. Wheat, dntl and weak. No. 2 hard cash, 78c; No. 8 cash, 73o bid; No. 2 red cash, 84o bid. Corn, quiet: No. 2 cash 38cbid,39c asked; December, 3So bid. $ttc asked ; No. 2 white cash. 34c bid, 3c 'asked; December, i7c bid, S8e asked. Oats, No 2 cash, 28c bid. 29e asked; December. 29c bid, 29c asked. Bye, No. 3 cash, 84c Lid. New York Grain. New Yobk. Nov. 5 The wheat market opened c lower at fLOS for December; JL-7 for January, and $1.11 for May. Wheat November. '1.' 6 December, $1.05 ; J-inuary, 5107. May, JL" ?. Corn No vember, 75c; December. - -4C; January, 5-Ac; May. 52c. Oats November, 41c; December, lOttc; January. 9o; May, 40a Wheat and Cora la Liverpool. Ltvebfool, Not 25. Wheat, demand poor; prices d lower; No. 3 red winter, 8s 8d: Wa 2 spring. Ss 8d. Flour, demand poor; price unchanged: fancy winter, lis 6d. Cora, holders offer moderately; prices unchanged. Spot, s 6d: November, to Sd: December, to 8d; December, 6s 3d: January, 5s 4L Chicago Cask Markets. Chicago. Nov. 25. Closing cash prices to day were as follows: Wheat No. 3 spring, 9249ie; No. 2red,92a93e. Corn Ha 3, 86c: Ha 3 yellow corn, 86a Oats Ha 3, Ha Timothy M.A Pork $8.45. Lard $IW 8.13. Bibs .5.60S6.00. St. Leals Grate. St, Louis, Hot. 6- Closing sales went. Wheat-cash, 'c: December, 9it; May, $e sellers. Corn-Cash, 43c; year, 48e; Jaaaary, '9e; May, 4e sellers. Oats Cash,2e. May, a Kansas City Presses. r rw Crrr. Hot. as. Batter -Beeelpts very light; demand good aad saarket mraa, especially for choice country aad fancy creamery. Creamery, fancy, 3fe; good to efcolee,342a Dairy, fancy, 233Se; good to choice, 1719c- Store packed, faaey freah sweet. 17-rfHe. Boll, esolee, 171sVj; - n mmi. us ltc. FaeklasL lOwlla Bss Becelpts light a saarket arm a JSefer 1 ssr-'sttyrresa. vrnuuau County. - I c SeprmcBtettre . W.LIhf O. A- Boar ....W.G.XanteH ooaaty cmx ..: Register of Deeds G- W. Crow coaaiy Bapennwanww :... use cooper Coast? ttomej. .' V..S. B.' Cowick Sheriff Theo. Coarteey Probate Judge J. M. Welch dezk District Coart , Fierce xets County Sarreyor C.-J. Terrl Coroaer... Joehaa Graft Clint District L, Wane CoalMkmerS'RecoBd District W.B Cypher d Third District Chas. H. XeC City. Mayor Geo. H. TJfford, ( Geo. Baler 1 J. H.Maroh Councilman A. J. Davis j R-C-Witeon ( , F. 8. Diebold Police Judge A.P. Lawrence Marshal Edward Chalk SOCIETIES. AF.sl M. Wa-Keeney Lodge No. 118, meets every second and fourth Monday evening at Masonic Hall, in Opera Block. Pxxacx Xra, Secy. A. B. Jokes, W. M. AO. TJ. W. Wa-Keeney Lodge, No. 148, meeta the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at Masonic Hull. W. E. Sxrnt, Bee E. D. Wbzxlxs, m W. IO. O. F. Wa-Keeney Lodge No. ,304, meets every Wednesday evening at Masonic Hall. Trancient brethren cordially invited. G. M. Uffo&d, Sec'y. Ed. Chalk, N. G. GA. R. Captain Trego Post, No. 197, meets la the evening of the 1st, and at 2 o'clock r. x. of the 3d Saturdays of each month, at G. A. B. Hall. J. C. Mabtdt, Adjt J. W. Cassok, Com. WB. O. Captain Trego, No. 140, meets every third Friday evenings of each-jnonth at G. A. B. Hall. Caxkzk Cbasx Davis, Lnxix M. Habxxsok. Secy. President CHTJBCHES. ME. CHURCH Sunday school at 9 o'clock A. ST., JohnH. March. 'superintendent. Preach Infi at 10 o'clock A. M. and 7.30 o'clock P. M.; Class meeting at 11 o'clock A. M. General prayer meet ing Thursday at 130 o'clock P. M. Ladles' prayer meeting Wednesday at 3 o'clock P. H. Epworth League meetings Tuesday at 7 JO o'clock P. M. A cordial invitation is extended to alL G. W. Rich, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 9.30 A. 1L, H. K. Walker, superintendent La dies' Missionary Society fourth Thursday of each month at 2 .30 P. M., Mrs. W. H. Donn, president. Children's Missionary Meeting fourth Saturday of each month at 2 JO P. M., Miss Hattle Burrough. president. Prayer meeting Wednesdays at 7 o'clock P. M. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone, CTNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. 8 East Bound Passenger Due 5-50 a. at 2- " " " " 6 41r.x 14" " Local Freight "4J5r.JC 1 West Bound Passenger " SJ2A.it 7" " " " 846r. m 13-" " Local Freight " 812a.it All these trains carry passengers E. A. Lxwis, Agent- MO. PACIFIC TIME TABLE. TAT RANSOM. East Bouvd: No. 202 - 2J4A.X. Freight, No. 218 - - - - 1-15. x. Freight, No. 220 - - - - 8.30 P. K. Wcst Bonno: No. 201 - 12 10 a. u Freight, No. 217 - , 11.38 a. x Freight No. 219 - - - - 6 48 r. x. t37 All trains run on mountain time and aU train carry passengers. W. O. Young, Agent. OHERTFP'S SALE. Statx or Kaksas, Txzoo Coctt, ss. w. jr. Murray, -J Plaintiff. W.8. Kyle, E. G.Kyle and Nellie M. Ells- f worth, Defendants. J Public notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale to me directed and delivered, issued out of the t wenty-third Judicial District Court or the State of Kansas, sitting in and for the County of Trego, in said state, I will, on January 7, 1892, between the hours of lo o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the west door of the court house in Wa-Keeney, In the county and State aforesaid, offer for public sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendant in and to the following described property to-wit: The northwest quarter of section four (4) In township twelve (12) south of range twenty-three (23) west of the 6th principal meridian, lying and situated in the County of Trego, in the State of Kansas, with all the appurtenances there unto belonging, to be sold according to law to satisfy one judgment In foreclosure of mortgage in the sum of eighteen hundred and sixty-seven and 17 100 ($1867.17) dollars, with interest at the rate of 13 percent, from date, and the farther sum of nine teen and 46-loo $19.46 dollars, cost of suit, and all accruing costs; said property levied on and to be sold as the property of the above named defendants. Given under my hand this first day of December A. D. 189L rnxo. Cototkxt, Sheriff, lst-5 t Trego County, Kanfas. 8. B. Cowick, Attorney. OHERIFFS BALE. Statk or Kaksas, Tbxoo Coutt, as. Clarance A. Parks trustee, and H. Hamilton, 1 Plaintiff, I vs. William J. XcGlmns, I Defendant, j Public notice Is hereby glvei. that by virtue of aa order of sale to me directed and delivered. Isssed out of the Twenty-third Judicial District Coart of the State of. Kansas, sitting in and for the county of Trego, in said state, I will, on January 7, 1892. between the hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the west door of the coart house, in Wa-Keener, In the county and State afore said, offer for public sale and sell to the hlpaee bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title aad Interest of the above named defendant in aad to the following described property, to-wit: The southwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28) in township flfteen(15) south of range tweaty flve (25) west of the 6th p. m. Lying and situated In the county of Trego, lathe 8tate of Kansas, with all the appurtenances there unto belonging to be sold aoeordiog to law to satisfy one judgment in foreclosure of mortgage hi the sum of four hundred and sixty-three and 36-10 dollars, with interest at the rate of 12 per cent from date, and the farther sum of $15.15 costs of suit, and all accruing costs; said property levied oa and to be sold as the property of the above stated defendant. Given under my hand this second day of Dsrsw , ber, A.D. 1801. Tkbo. Couxtxbt. Sheriff. Trego county, Kansas. 8. B. Cowick, Attorney. r2-S - iroTics. Sale of School Land. 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