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Glacial Paper of the City of Kinsley.
J. M. Lewis," -Editor and Proprietor. Mr..cdEA G. Lewis," Associate Ed. ' L.' F. BEAT... Lnl Editor and Bns? ness Manager. Xntr-d in tue otoiac-e at Kisisloy, Kan sas as second-flan mail rasttrr. Subscription. 5L00 Per Year. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1898. LOCAL ITEMS. Family milch cows. D. Mc Lewis A new line of pjrfu n; at M. V Tar's. - Read Marsh & Bidwell's advertise ment this week. I. A. Shaw was a passe .iger on Xo.' Monday morning. You will need stovepipe. Get it o G. E. Ruuircivll. Willard Clark is taking in the sight in Omaha this we . Read Marsh A; Uiuwell's advertise ment this week". G. W. Watson will move his office to the post-ollYe block. Chas. Morton went to Florence, c 1. the first of the wc-( !- to fitter d school. The highest market price will be paid in cash for all kinds of poultry at th creamery. Prof. Gonder spent a few days visit ing Mr. Garth oa his ranch south of Belpre. -' ' A new lot of cook and heating stoves received. Call and see them. G- E Rummell- ' Mr. Chas. King, the enterprising merchant of lellsburg was on. our streets Monday. Give me a call for you needs in spring hardware, etc., etc. G. E Rummell. Chas. Skillington is moving int the basement under Geo. Watson's office this week. The best sickle grinder on the mar ket at Hottewitz's. The Boss S ckle grinder. See it before you buy. Mrs. J. M. Lewis was called to Wa t onga, Ok. Sunday "morning, by the serious illness of her father. The largest stock of Candies, Nuts Fruits, etc., and lowest prices are at M. Schnatterly Mercantile house. S. G. Leonard, the manufacturing jeweler, has moved his stock and ma hinery into the opera house block. The waiting rooms of the Santa Fe depot are being papered and the wood work treated to a coat of hard oil finish. - Enameled skirt supporters are the best. You can get them at Schnatter ly's jewelry store. In Porter's drug store. Mr. Lyon, of Kansas City, Manager of the Now York Life Insurance Co. at that place, is doing business in town this week. Boots and shoes repaired. One door east ol Edwards County Bank building All work guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Chas. Alexander. We Arc Expecting Some GREAT THINGS This week M&cksrille TuesJay. Our fall hats, latest and neatest shapes in the market, are now in. Who will be the first? Edwards & Noble. Miss Blanch Beeler and her aunt Miss Jennie Ball left f;;r K tas is . ii Monday morning', where Miss Blanci will take a course at a business col lege. Don't forget that S. G. Leonard can be found in the opera house block He has a full stock of everything ii shape of clocks, watches and all kindt- I of jewelry. He makes a specialty of manufacturing, can ana see ram. Mr.Bacon's new building on Main street is nearly completed. tWhen it is finished it will improve the appear ance of Main street, also making the best photograph gallery Kinsley has had for some time.' Hot days followed by cool nights will breed malaria in the body that is iiilious or costive. Pkickly Asn Uitteks is very va!uab at this tiin fur keeping the st niach. liver and bowels well regulated. Sold by Pur er & Co'- The Methodist revival meetings- I i i i - o i . n r -v. i. eioseu last ruii j.it nign" iur. vului and his wife went to their home ir N'ewton Monday morning. Rev. Cum mings told us that they received about 25 converts so that they feel that the meetings have been a success. What is the use of sending away for clothing when you can get much'bet :er values at home, besides saving transportation charges. We not onl claim to come up to out of town price hut will beat them every time, beside giving you a large assortment to selec ron. Edwards & Noble. A special ear quite uniquely deco rated witn the national colors, corn and Kansas products of various kinds passed through here Monday morning, en route for the G. A. R. reunion There were about 50 persons that took advantage of the "excursion from Spearville. If "you fitt without appetite you need PuiEKLY ASH UlTTKUS. It promptly removes impunities .that clog and impede the action of the di gestive organs, creates good appetite and digestion, strength of body atid activity of brain. For sale by Porter & Co. - By an oversight here in the office, the dates on the paper were not chang ed last week so that some of our sub scribers received two papers dated Auguest 26. So if you have received two papers bearing that date jTou may kaow that you have not missed any. A very destructive prairrie fire raged north of town Monday during the high wind. It started south of the Delp farm and the opinion is held by citizens in the vicinity that the fire was incendiary, although the proof is slight. A man was seen to ride oa horsebuok along the road, and fire started in places right after him. Mr. Edwards lost some fence, some pasture and some grain,' but the buildings on the Delp farm were only saved by the veering of the wind. The St a eh boys lost some wheat," we were unable to learn how much. Mr. Kiser lost 320 acres of wheat and Fritz Young lost nearly everything he had We understand one other party lost a sjreat deal of wheat but were unable to learn who it was. A shower of rain fell putting out the fire which was headed directly for Kins lev. We hope the miscreant who set this lire will be apprehended and prosecuted. Edwards & Noble- vr - c oa tLa u, was that of the colored man' that broke jail a couple of times during the past summer. He was sent to the reformatory.' The next case was that of the 'State vs. Minton. The jury after being out about 5 hours brought in a verdict of guilty of assault and batlery. He has not received his sentence yet. In the case of the State vs. George, in which it is charged that Tom George commited larcency from the person of Oscar Johnson the evidence was circumstantial, and in the eyes of die jury not strong enough to convict him. An amusing incident occurred dur ing the trial of the State vs. George in the district court Wednesday. The jury had been empaneled and th State was ready to proceed when th sheriff informed the Judge that ; young lady was at the court room door who desired to speak to Mr Brown, one ofthe jurors. The pro ceedings were stopped and Dave Brown one of the jurors went to In door but immediately returned ex hibiting some evidences of embarrass ment. Then B. F. Browu anothe. juror by that name was sent to th door to meet the yotiiig woman: he returned and announced that it wa a case of mistaken identity. His hon or, Judge Andrews then said, "L thers are and nore Browns on the jury let the fact be made known." N other Browns volunteered to meet tht young lady. The principal case on the civil locket of the present term of the dis rict court is the celebrated "Tree Case' from Finney county, brought lere'oh change of venue, in whicb 3. M. Heller is plaintiff and the city of Garden City, defendant. The amount involved is at thia time with interests and costs about $35000. Th case grew out of a contract made be tween the city of Garden City and A. T. Moon to set out forest trees ir Garden City in 1888. The contrac' was assigned to S. M. Heller the plaintiff, who alleges a compliance with the contract, which is denied by the City. The case has already beer to the supreme court, this being tht second trial. S. M. Heller, of Napoleon Ohio plaintiff in the case of Heller vs Garden City is attending court.' J. H Tyler of Toledo, and F. D. Smitn ar retained by him. A. J. Hoskinson and G. Lynn Mil ler of Garden City, assisted by A. C Dyer, are the attorneys for. the Cit ; in the 'case of Heller vs. Garden City. Mr. Miller holds the office of City At tarney. . . A. J. Moon of Salt Lake City, Utah J. L. Trout of W tonga, Ok., and' J. D.Moody of La Junta, Colo., ar as witnesses in the Heller case. ' In the care of Brower vs. Westwoo . Mr. Brower retained as his lawyer.. Charley Bucher of Newton. The ca -'twas dismissed by the plaintiff paying the costs of the case. Nelson Adams and. Polk Cline were here the first of the week. As it is a fact that the majority of the people of Kinsley are not acquaint ed with Mr. Seaman, the gentleman who is to be the principal of our school4 this year, it is the object of this article to introduce him to the patrons. Mr. Seaman graduated with honors at the State Normal School. He has taught school for nine years, and holds a life certificate to teach in the schools of Kansas. He was for two years' principal of the Gueda Springs school and gave entire satis faction. Last summer he taught the Summer Normal School at Gueda Springs, and had 40 teachers under his charge. Mr. Seaman has lived in Kansas 27 years, and has a small fam ily. Last Spring, he visited in Wash ington and Oregon, but did n ot like country nor climate there and came back to Kansas because he thought Kansas could not be beaten. We pre diet a very successful term of school this year and hope that the patrons will co-operate in making it so by visiting the school and lending their influence in the right direction. Mr. Seaman would like to meet all the teachers of the city schools at the south side school house tomorrow at 2 o'clock. O Bain the Sigaatar STOX Tto Had Vw Haw Always - A KNOCK OUT PRICES J'cthhg For Hen, Boys and Children... rhp iflt-TPst Rtn.-.k Ever Shown in Kinslev. We also want to il 1 1 CM-. nn4 Dlnnttt nave all OlAOO-aiiu ncui) unnww Young flroerica School Shoes. The Best oa Ea?th. Strictly warranted Oii- Pnll firrrls rtre nll; in and Our Trade is Pleased With the Ex treme Low Prices w js f3r san)e. - Harsh ELOPED. Mr. Gordon Bently who claims tha he is 21 years old, and Miss HatfieW, iged 15 years, eloped last Sundiy irht. They are both from Ford City and drove from that place to Ki isley a distance of 35 miles and arrived here at about 4 o'clock Monday morn- ng, to be married. The o-irl's stepfather telegraphed to Vie marshal here to stop them if he aw them. Marshal Shepherd then vent to the probate judge's office wnere he found the couple in the act of get- inf a marriage license. When aked vhich she would rather do, marry h man or return , ho-ne the girl nswered 'I want to go home to mam ma," which she did Monday afternoon. F.-r Sale CUeap Two "quarter seetious of land, two uiles from Lewis. Part time if de- oired. luquire at this office. Mrs. Ida Roberts, of Staff ordcounty, copped off here last Friday, thegueit of Mrs. H. J. Noble. Mrs Roberts as on her way home from a visit in olorado. Mr. Chas. Elliott and Miss Nora MeCartj, of Fellsburg, were marricu .Vednesday, Aug. 31. We were unale o learn any particulars, but we wis., hem much happiness anyway. illlons Glvrn Away. It is certainly Rrntifjiug to the public to know of one concern in the and who are not afraid to be gener u to the needy and suffering. The ropnetors of Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption, coughs and 5olds, h ive given away over ten mil lion trial bottles of this great medi cine; and nave me satistaction oi knowing it has absolutely curedthous ands of hopeless cases. Asthma bronchitis, hoarseness and all the diseases of the throat, chest aud lungs are surely cured by it. Call on Porter A Co.. Druggists, and get a trial bottle free. Regular size 50 and$l. Every bottle guaranteed or price' refunded. J.W. HAYES BLACKSMITH. I have opened up a black smith shop in the old Peter . Jones building just east of the Congregational church I am prepared to do all work- I will 'guarantee all work,. and if it is not satisfactory it will cost you nothing, PRICES REASONABLE. For Next weeks Issue of -5r7VwJll Oiw You Some , let 'You Knaw that V4 nflihrtdO - cIki weiL H A CON i oarapiiBr i DEVELOPING KODAK PLATES A SPECIALTY. The BeskBlace in Edwards County : T buy , GROCERIES FLOUR PROVISION'S BOOTS & SHOES QUEENSWARE Etc. ...IS AT.... , M. SCHNATTERLY'S MERCANTlliLHOpp North Side JR. R. - - Kinsley, Kajtn. LA D;E5' LOOKING FOR SHOES WhicKcombine Style, Comfort and Durability can find that kind here and without tbe drawback of high prices. We buy from a manufacturer who Imm demonstrated his ability to make par ticularly good and stylish Footwear of excellent material at a reasonable price. . A large consignment, consisting of Ladies'- Slippers, and Oxford Shoes, Gentlemen's Oxford and Light Shoes and Youth's and Children's Shoes of various styles and grades has just been'received, and. we invite inspection The goods are better in many ways than any to be had elsewhere at equal prices. - .... .. . - FRESH EGGS WANTED. rnot