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The Superiority of Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee secured the World's Fair contracts. C. C. Bestor, Agent.
For All Try a pnekaeo and jtid-re for yourself of its g-oodness. Exsmlne the! aeuciie eoaiiii;; 01 Kitrnr ana uidiirai uavor or ne uerry until Loos at tii3 Iikc of article? of whieii you necur h. p irt every time yvi hny a p ukati. Full- instructions go wna n ujw ii secure lue.n. A3BUCECLE Notion Dept., New York City, N-Y THE FUTURE OK CATTLE. A correspondent writes asking our opinion as to whether present prices for steers are likely to lie maintained for the next two yeirs or whet I er tliere will be any great redm tioii in values. We very much dislike to ex press an opinion as to tlie probahi'i tiesofa. future market, because it is too much like attempting prophecy for which we have no warrant. Tl e most we can liave is an opinion, based upon our observations and the im pression they make on us. A year from now, or even in less time, cir cumstances wbolly unforseen relating to demand and supply, or both, might 8printr up and lead us to take a differ ent view of the future from that which we now entertain. As we at present understand the situation, however, we believe tliat cattle prices will continue strong for the next two years and probably for a considerably longer period. Without pausing now to enumerate the grounds upon which we base such an opinion we would say that our belief is very strong that there will be no considerable reduc tion in prices within the period nam ed. All the cattle interests are lay ing plans with a belief in the future strength of cattle as a foundation. If from any uoforsees cause there should be a fall in prices, contrary to our ex pectation, we shall find ourselves lo have erred in judgment in very good and numerous company. One could imagine causes that might lead to a reduction. If, for example, a period of severe financial depression were to strike thiscountry and the world, and reduce its power to purchase beef, a . reduction in prices would be very probable, but such financial depres sion seems now to be altogether un likely, and we believe that the cattle industry has entered upon an era of prosperity that will last for quite a number of years. Live Stock Indica tor. WANTED ! Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office I wish to open in this vicinity. Good opening for an energetic sober man. . Kindly- mention this paper when writing. A. T. Morris, Cincinnati, O. Illustrated catalogue 4 ets postage. People Arbuckles' Coffee is se lected, blended and Roasted to suit not one taste but many. Your taste and your husband's will be a unit in its praise. makes just the right kind of a czip of coffee for the vast ma jority to enjoy. We've i secured this excellence by years of experience and through the skill of our experts. . ARBUCKLES' COFFEE is meant for i the million. It's good ness is not for the table ' of the few ; but for every table where good, sub- ' stantial coffee is desired. An honest coffee at an honest price. ' illuGiiLES' Roasted Coffee epaa uy wmcn we preserve tue it is neeuea ior ine ro:iee urn. DROS., i The poverty social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Verbeck Thur? l:iv evening, was in every -way a decided sii'(-i'ss. The spacious double parlors were fi'led with '"poverty stricken' subjects "some in rajs, sone in tags, and some In velvet gowns." Good will , seemed to pervade the atmosphere . and as the merry crowd mingled ' sounds of laughter made the house ring. A nice program was rendered consistingof music, dialogues, etc. A "grab bag"' was a feature of the even ing, each "grab" consisted of some D etty little souvenir. Mrs. Cook ce- cured the prize, a "devil cake" for be ing dressed in the mst poverty stricken costume, and Otis Gunckel secured the gentleman's prize an an gel rood cake. Coffee, ginger biead, ginger cookies, and pickles were serv ed, and at a late hour the crowd dis persed feeling that the Poverty s cial had been a decided success in every respect. The Old Maid's convention to be given at the court house, February 14 Cast of characters: Maribah Lovejoy, president of the club, Ama rilla Heywood, secretary, Precilla Hobe, treasurer, Anxiety Doherty, Augusta Prim, Faithful Blossom, Fredora Bobkins, Khoda Larkin, f-'e-lina Baxter, Susannah Smith. Miran da Price, Maiy Ann Barnes, Sarah Jane Springster. Esther Snyder, Mar ion Perkins, Asenath Baker, Amanda Horn, Amy Little, Sophia Potter, Prof. Pinkerton. Young ladies rep resenting old maids. A twenty weeics' old pup succeeded in scaring off a full grown tramp on Thursday morning greatly to the de light of the female portion of the neighborhood in which the editor abides. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Janesville, JVis.. are visiting their daughter, Mrs. T B. Hayes. Receiver King attended the speech making and banquet of the Kansas Day club at Topeka, Monday evening. MasQnerade Ball and Supper- The M. W. of A. of Collyerwill give a masquerade ball and oyster supper at the G. A. R. hall on February 9th. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. By order of Ouxmittkk. 0 SPay up. The school term is half gone. - Joint Teachers' meeting at Ellis to day. The days and nights are now about equal. Meetings at the Baptist church are still in prog-ess. - It will not be long now until the spring equinox. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Forrester has been quite sick this week. James Yanda of Collver will prove up on his homestead March 17. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bower of Collvor were county seat visitors last Mon day. Now is the time to get even with old scores by sending a comic, valen tine. It is rep rted that the little lies: or girls have been quilt sick with S( re throat this week. Bean the J B K,ntl VU Hav AlwaTC Bought I am paving from 5 to 10 cents per pound for hides and top price for ali kinds of furs. Geokgk ISakkk. Dr. Jonrs and Liveryman Cook made several professional visits to Morland the fore part of the week. C. J. Ferris has a nice Jine of wall paper and carpet samples to select from. See him before purchasing. The ladies of the Good Will society -ire practicing at the cmrt hou.se for an entertainment to be given Feb ruary 14. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Sommerville attended the 2th birthday anniver sary of their grand-daughter, Mrs. Maud Monroe last week. If the reader of this should chance to know of any one who is subject to attacks of bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell I inj of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. It alwa'S gives prompt relief. For sale by Joins .fc il son The Good Will Society will give an iitertaiiiinent at the court house, St. Va Ion t ine's eve., February 14, for t i e ;urpose of raising money to pay lor the new piano. Everybody come and iielp us bv your good will, and your mo'iev. Admission: Reserved seats, 3"c; no reserved seats, children u ..ior 12 vears old, I'm.;. Tickets on lo at Cort right's store. Program For Joint Muting of Ellis and Trego County Tiachers !'o be held at E!lis. February 3, 1900. MORSINO SESSION 14 1 A. M. 'usio ('horns A 'Id of welcome. Response A. S. Peacock 1 HS If so, there must be some trouble with its food. Well babies are plump; only the sick are thin. Are you sure the food is all right? Chil dren can't help but grow ; they must, grow if their food nourishes them. Perhaps a mistake was made in the past and as a result the di gestion is weakened. If that is so, don't give the baby a lot of medicine ; just use your every-day common sense and help nature a little, and the way to do it is to add half a teaspoon ful of SCOTT'S EMULSION j to the baby's food three or I . four times a day. The gain will begin the very first day l you give it. It seems to $ correct the digestion and gets the baby started right again. If the baby is nurs- I ing but does not thrive; then I the mother should take the emulsion. It will have a good effect both upon the mother and child. Twenty five years proves this fact. Vc wid $iao, all drag-gists. I SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists. Kew York. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Rind Yea Hafe Always Bought Bears tha Signature of "How Much Latin and German Should Ee Taught lii the Public Schools W. K. Johnson Discussion . .-. II. Harlan and Jennie F. Douglass Current Events. Anthony Iluhn and My ra 'L. Reynolds Music ...Kills High School Quartet AFTERNOON SESSION 2P.M. Music Chorus Alan for Nature Study" - J . I.. Shearer Discussion Emma Brnmit and J. T. Clark. "Model Recitation in N.nmbers" i. May C. Kinsley Music Quartet "Practical Child Study"... "..Jessie V. Taylor Discussion ...Laura Wadsworth and Lyde Drummond "Kansas History. Its Place in the Public Schools" j. W. F. Swiggett Discussion Alex Mier and Carrie Stradal Music. Adjournment. We again find it necessary to urge our delinquent subscribers to pay up. A few have complied with our former request, but a gond many remain who still owe us. We would not be so ur gent but are in need of our money for business purposes We are willing to he reasonable in this matter but feel that every man is entitled to what belongs to him, and that is what we want and nothing more. Business is business, and if you want our paper all we ask is that you pay for it and if you do not want it let us know and we will stop it, our time can not be spent in sending the paper to people who like to read it but don't care to pay for it. We are in business here and are triad for your patronage, and if those who still owe us will come in and pay up, we will be greatly obliged to them, and The Would will thro' their help rotate with its usual regu larity. OUAIXAII. For the next 30 days the undersign ed will sell for cash at the following prices: 18 lbs sugar 20 lbs sugar with ail $.' orders .. 3 cans tomatoes 3 " corn . 3 " blackberries 3 " oysters 3 ' hoininv... 3 " pears 2 " lye , 2 " baking powder 3 bottles bluing 7 paddles bluing 3 packages 1776 washing powder 3 " yeiist 2 lbs crackers 4 rolls cotton' batten...- Galvanized wash tubs each .... " pails each Wash boards each Good blouses " overalls " shirts " cotton pants.. " wool pants 1 (50 " suspenders JS Gloves 50 per cent discount. Glassware 25 per cent discount. Hardware 2 Patent medicines 35 per cent dis. Nickle plntenware 50 " " Tinware 30 per cent discount. Crockery 25 " Cutlery 30 " " Spices of all kinds 20c, per lb. Positivelv no time on above prices. All goodssold on credit will be booked at regular prices. ... II. M. DAVIDSON'. Ogallah, Kansas. The Burlington Route Best Line. West : Kansas City and St. Joseph to Nebraska, Dever, Utah, Pacific coast two trains daily. Weekly Cal ifornia Excursions. Northwest: to Ulack Hills. Mon tana, Washington. Puget Sound, via the Short Hillings Route, the time saver 50 to 500 miles saved. Tourist sleepers Tuesdays and Thursdays, Kansas City and St. Joseph to Seattle. East: unquestionably the best trains via Chicago or St. Louis.- Nortb : to St. PanI, Minneapolis and the Northwest region. Homeseekers' Excursions to the West and Norhtwest. 7500 Miles of Standard Railroad. The Main Traveled Road in the Lou isiana. Purchase. Wide-Vestibuled, Pintsch lighted, complete trains of chair cars (seats free). Pullman sleepers. All Ticket Agents can ticket via the Great Iiurliugtou lloute. Write J. C. BVAMHALt, L. W. WAKEIEY, T. P. A..823 Main St . Oea'l Pirn. Attest, Kauw City. Mo. St. Lost is. Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT. General Manatees. St- JfMepk, Mo. The Scientific American gives this receipt which the world ought to know At the first indication of diptherla in the throat of a child, make the room close then take a tin cup and pour in to it aquantity of tar and turpentine, equal parts. Hold the cup over the fire so as to fill the room with fumes. and the child will cough and spit up all thf membraneous matter and the Uric Acid in the Blood Causes Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout. Lumbago and Neuralgia. THE REX RHEUMATIC RING Removes the Cause. A written guarantee with each Ring to return your money in 30 days ifnot entirely satis factory. Price, $2.00. 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