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Lots of teams re m town this
week getting ready foi harvest
Down at Mr. Tieat's tbey have
a lot ot beautiful black pups that
Ceph Graps now enjoys an ex
cellent awning built in front of his
store room bv Joe Brosius.
Down at Lincoln centre they zot
$50 license, or $5 a day, ot the
Merry go round.
Beautiful, You cannot be
beautiful without a nice head of
hair. Begg's Hair Renewer is sold
by Farley, the Druggist.
Another bunch of young cattle
were brought in Tuesday to be
grazed in our county.
Hill Wilson was in town this
week looking as natural as ever.
Keports family 'all well.
Miss Fox of Russell was here
Monday arranging to start a class
learning to play the guitar.
Attorney Gilkeson was in Rus
sell last week conducting a case at
their term of court.
TVe are glad to report that the
supposed small pox cases in Hoxie
were not that disease but some
thiag else not serious.
Beggs Blood Purifier will
care any case of Catarrh of head
or nose, no matter of how long stan
ding. It is a great blood maker,
Get it atFarleys.
A gay fishing party Hoover,
Kohl, Wann. Lester, Dixon, Mid
dlekauff & Cramer left for the
Saline Tuesday with boxes, blan
kets and bait determined to catch
eaoughto supply this market dur
Our readers will remember Fred
Eastman and will be pleased to
know he has passed a very suc
cessful examination and was admit
ted as an attorney by the Supreme
court of Nebraska last week,
Notice. Cut this out and mail
Beggs Mfa- Co Chicago, Ills.,
and get a sample box of Begsrs Ger
man salve, the great Pile cure,
tree. Regular size boxes Sold
Solon True came in town Tues
day locking as young and spry as
20 years ago. Accompanying him
was his daughter Miss Sarah E.,
and her best friend James W.
Zeibcll, and it took J udge Miller
but a few moments to pronounce
the young couple man and wife
and extend his hearty congratu
lations, as we also do.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Stke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
11 druggists refund money if it fails
eeure. 25 cents. The genuine has
B. Q. on each tablet.
Caoling and grateful in it effects,
yu will find Dr, bawyer's Arnica
aad Witch Hazel Salve for eczema,
piles, hives, burns and cuts. At
HAIL, HAIL, HAIL,
Having secured the Agency for
the old Beliable ST. PAUL,. I
kb now prepared to do a general
HAIL Insurance business, I so
licit your business and promise
H. W. OSHANT.
BIBZCT USE FOR ALL POINTS IN
WYOMING, UTAH. PACI
FIC COAST AND
PALACE SLEEPIN6 CARS. ORDINARY
SLEEPING CARS. FREE RECLINING
CHAIR CARS. DINING CARS.
For time tables, folders, illustra
ted books, pamphlets descriptive
et the territory traversed, call on
D. TAYLOR. Agent.
oetdneestb above retaliate SOdaya. It acta
feamtt&Uy aad quickly. Cures when all ethers toll
sawzotawlllrecsla the, . loet manhood, and old
tm will nearer their youthful visor by rains
U.YlVO. I quickly and surely restore Kervoua
mmm Lea YitaHtr. laasoteacr. Nightly Emissions.
iMtrowar.faillas Memory, Wasting Piaeanea. aad
ail e&eta at eelf-abaea or excess and indiscretion,
at ody care by starting at tha seat of diaeasMrat
laatraat nerve toale aad blood boilder, torina
la back tbe pinlc glow to pale cbeeksaodra
aaoria tha Am rf oath. It wards off Insanity
aad Coaaoiactioa. Insist on baring REVTVO no
etaar. It can b carried In vest pocket. By mail.
14X par package, or six tat SJ&OO, atta a poa
five written araaranree to cure ex refund
itm aaeeey. AdTiee and circular tree. Address
BattiI Mort?lTtA Pa 269 Dearborn St.
IWjoii'lWiUViuw vvrs. CaiCAGO. lii.
For Sale in Mays City by
AT aw X
4. good work mare &
colt for sale o&eap.
Go see L. JUDD.
Our citizens, especially in East
part ot the county remember John
VVahl. His baby girl is married.
The Gove county paper say&:
At the residence of the brides
parents, at Jerome, Kansas, on
Wednesday, June 14, 1899, Miss
Elizabeth Wahl to Mr. Frederick
W. Miller, Probate Judge Tyler
At high noon on above date, in
the presence of only the immediate
family the happy couple above
named were joined in the holy
bonds of wedlock by oui genial
The bride is the youngest baby
dausrhter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wahl, and is well known to a host
ot our readers she having been born
in Kansas and a resident of Gove
county fo: a number of years, she
is strickh- n Kansan
The grouui is a prominent farmer
and he to enjoys a wide circle of
acquaintances and is now the hap
py possessor ot one or tiove coun
ty's fair daughters.
A Public Library.
The Saturday Afternoon Club,
who, as individuals, have worked
untiringly and unceasingly for 4
years for their own good, desire
now to do something for the gene
ral good and welfare or their city
they have therefore, after much
deliberation decided that they mav
best accomplish this by working to
establish a Public Library. This
is a great undertaking and can oh
ly be attained by the Co-operation
ot our citizens. We have only a
tew members or our ciuo proper.
but we ask every citizen to become
a member of the Library club. It
was our intention to start out in
the old beaten path of giving an
Entertainment, but on reflection
we have restrained irom punishing
our friends (at the present time in
this way and will let everyone evi
dence his good will and God speed
by donating to us one or more
BOOKS or magazines. The num
ber has no limit, we ask and we
will receive from 1 to a wagon load
at Your pleasure. We want in the
first place that this Library shall
supplement the library of our pub
lie schools. Wc especially desire
to place in it many books that will
enable pupils to get much of their
supplementary reading from the
public library, that parents will
not be forced to buy so many
bonks for reference, abstracts and
readings. We will accept from U
books of any sort whatever with
out any captions faultfindings in
regard to age, bindings or previous
condition of servitude . Give us
all of youi old magazines & news
paper files, they are invaluable for
reference in writing essays, ora
tions, etc. Give us one or a dozen
magazines, for even sample copies
may fit in where one is lost from a
file. Our committee will wait upon
U all. each and every one ot U
at your homes in the near future.
Look over your book shelves care
fully and give all U can spare
then go to the attic and bring down
all the old books U have stored
away and give those, they will be
ot use to somebody.
The Saturday Afternoon Club.
Lilla D. Monroe Pres.
There is no medicine that has
vet been discovered that has vir
tues deserving to be compaied
with Dr. bawvers Wild tjnerry
and Tar, for bad cases of Chronic
Bronchitis, Consumption, or any
consrh or cola. At .parley s,
Only $3 a week.
The weather grows wanner, veg
etables coming cheaper, we will
now take boarders at S3 a weefc
A good bed and 3 good meals each
day at $3 a week at the Farmer's
home. MRS. RICE-
I alwavs have on hand tor
ale the choicest of bread, cake &
pies, and special orders prompt
Iv filled. Give me a trial.
MRS, RICE, Opposite Depot.
Borses & mules.
For sale, a team of
heavy work horses.
Also a team of work
mules. J. H. Ward.
ciyi iai iai Ellis
for sale awfui cheap. Only 2i
miles northeast of Ellis. All ot it
tillable, 30 acres in wheat. Deed
ed and clear of encumbrance
Frank Erbert. Ellis P.O
Ice for sale.
1 hive the' finest of Ice, cut
when at its btt, and now reidy
to deliver n demand or ca t be
at the shop. Leave orders.
R. R. Thomas
The People Bocher SLop
You need a Refrigerator. Brown
and Riedel have some excellent
ones for sale awful cheap at their
2nd hand store.
K. C. Live Stock Market.
Owing to a bis run in the first
days ot this week and a very poor
demand in the East for dressed beef,
prices of fat cattle declined sharply.
Quite a number of steers are being
oftered that were turned on the
grass early in the season and killers
naturally aie atraid of these full
fed steers that have had grass for
the past 30 to 40 days. We cannot
help but look for good, fat, dry
lot steers of all weights to sell at
strong prices during J uly, but think
bght and medium weights will sell
at as high proportionate prices as
the heavier kinds.
A liberal per cent of the cows &
heiffers offered at the present time
have had some grass, and medium
grades of this class ot cattle have
declined 40 cents within the last
10 days. Stockers and feeders are
selling lower than 10 days ago.
Write us if you have some cat
tle to seiy. Write us if you want a
car load or more of feeders to graze
this summer More money and
surer in grazing cattle than rais
ing of wheat.
Chzcago ,ve Stock Coinrmssion Co
Kansas city, Kansas.
Office of the County Clerk,
Ellis county, Kansas,
Hays city, Kan. June 5, 1899.
lhe Board of county Commis
sioners of Ellis county. Kan. met
this dajr in regular session as a
Board of Equalization, all the
members being present
A number ot rebates were gran
ted and some penalties for non
payment ot taxes thrown off where
good cause shown.
On motion of commissioner Ger
ken all Real estate in Ellis town-
ship was reduced 20 per cent in
valuation. In Hamilton townshrn
reduced 15 percent; in Saline town
ship 15 per cent; in Pleasant hill
15 per cent and m Buckeye 35 per
cent. All except where Board;
had acted on separate.
TUESDAY June Cth, 1899,
Board met in special session on
call of chairman as countv com
missioners, all members present.
xne ionowing resolution and
instruction was adopted: "That
the County Attorney is hereby in
structed not to bring any prosecu
tions under the Prohibitory bw
unless the complaining witness
gives a sufficient Bond for costs"
Alois Houser was released from
jail and from payment of fine he
having served his sentence and
paid costs .
Postmaster F J Brettle resigned
as cleik of Ellis township and on
motion of commissioner Gerken
S J Holman was appointed clerk.
The following bids wore receiv
ee and opened publicly by Board
for building the two iron bridges
across Bis creek'.
Wrought Iron bridge Co.
Canton, Ohio 81644
Farns worth & Blodget
bridge Co. K. C. 1C28
Kan, city bridge Co. 1400
Contract awarded the lowest bid
der at 700 for each bridge, Ellis
and Big creek townships each pay
ing $200 toward their bridge,
Commissioner Gerken to oversee
the Ellis one, Judcl the Big creek.
Chairman to sign all contracts.
Wolf dk Coyote bounty rules.
"that the bounty of $1 on coyotte
and $5 on wolf scalps shall be paid
as follows: the county cleik is
authorized to receive such scalps
on required certificate being sign
ed and give his receipt, properly
sealed, which receipt shall be re
turned before scrip is issued at the
next quarterly meeting, and that
no allowance be made except on re
turn of said receipts; the clerk to
carefully care for the scalps and
return to Board lor examination
Jacob Hissiny County Clerk.
101 and 103 W. 9th St.,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
The OlAciti in Age find Txmqefit iMmtA,
A. Hffjulaf tira1 tia t r in Jttedirine.
Orrr 28 Years' Speeial Practice.
Authorized by the State to treat CHROMIC,
amn vo us and special diseases.
Cures guaranteed or money re
funded. All medicines tarnished
ready for 'use no mercury or in
jurious medicines used. No de
tention from business. Patients
at a distance treated by mail and
a-ra-ns. MnriirinAS Benli eTery
where, free from gaze or breakage. No medi
cines sent C. O. D only by agreement. Charges
InW Onr ACt nm oaaa mnvl. Am and experi
ence are important. State your case and send
for terms. Consultation free and conaoenaai.
personally or by letter.
C? i 1 l.T f. Thft i-penltS of
ocminai wcaMiws youthful fol-
and SeXUai UeDUIiy. lies and ezcess-
frtpit.fi iTtocc hncifn1nss- aversion to society,
loss of sexual power, loss of manhood, impt
tence. etc, cured for life. I can stop mgnt
losses, restore sexual power, restore nerve and
rain power, enlarge ana strengmea weajt patio,
and make yon fit for marriage.
QiptffrA Badieally cured with a new and
3rlxUI r IrialUtfe tfem Treat emt. No w
and OleeC struments, no pais, no deten
ti'srrj fmm Tmnnss. Cure iroaranteed. Book
rri list of Questions free poalcd, -
VARICOCELE. HYDH0ClE.PHfM0S!S&nA alltindso
Private Diseases or money refunded.
nfinifor both Fexw 96 r?, 24 pictures
OVJUrV true to life, with full description of
v . .Toii .rul mm. sent sealed
in plain wrapper for 6 cents in stamps, xou
should read this book for the information U
rt.JD. cnaje caw auu ui .v. h-
I Babies and children need
proper food, rarely ever medi-1
cine. If they do not thrive j
I on their food something b z
wrong. They need a little
f help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
mil LIVER OIL
WmtHYPOPHOSPftlTES ofUME SODA
I will generally
I difficulty. I
I If you will put from one- j
fourth to half a teaspoonful f
I in baby's bottle three or four
I times a day you will soon see
I a marked improvement For
j larger children, from half to
I a teaspoonful, according to ?
age, dissolved in their milk,
J if you so desire, wHI very J
soon show its great nourish-1
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the 1
I baby, she needs the emul-
I sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
1 and child. 5
50c and $1.00, all druggkts.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
1 'Trusts are the legitimate off
u i t
1 7 -Vi r..,
would get rid of the effect you must
remove the cause. Trusts have been
formed, are being formed and will
be formed Nothing will stop them
but a change in the financial policy
ot the country. All the small in
dustries of the land are being clos
ed out Competition is being des
troyed men, are being thrown out
of employment in the shop, factory
and on the road The country is
rapidly becoming impoverrished.
wealth is concentrating m the hands
of the few, interior cities are struck
with the dry-rot and there is no
hope for the people under a gold
standard money policv . It is the
parent of trusts It is a monev poli
cy which paravzes industry and
drives the larger fish to eat up the
smaller ones, The gold standard is
commercial cannibalism. It is serf
dom foi the masses It is a head
wind against all transportation line
It is the undermining rat of our re
Don't stop to argue the ques
tion with iusrsrlers of figures, but
vote to down it in the party if you
can, out of it if you must. Country
hrst, partv next. iVs we said in
yesterday's Daily Republican re
ferring to the wealth of the Rocke
fellers, Vanderbilts, Goulds, Astor
and others. If there is anything
that shows the incapacity of the
people for self go Vermont it is a sy
stem of legislation under which the
accumalation of such vast sums, by
individuals, is possible5. Interior
banks under the national banking
system, ha3 felt and will feel more
perceptibly than ever before, the
gradual squeeze of the gold stand
ard, the concentrating nower, cf
which tends to centralize all busi
ness, all industries and all com
merce in three or four cities located
on the larger bodies of water oce
on the Atlantic, one on the Pacific.
one on lhe lakes and one on the
gulf to the utter destruction of
life and prosperity in the interior.
Ihese larger cities will m turn
waste away because they will even
tually have no country to back
them. The gold standard is? the
road to ruin Expansion or anti
expan&ioa. is an incidental question
ill very patriotic citizen, who loves
his country more than his part y
should vote in the interest of
humanity, to save tin U:iittd
States from the diststrou-
consequences of the gold st:n!:trd
money policy, which is nowjsou!i
to be permanently fas-tened upon
this country for the purpose t
bringing our people under Euro
The above article appears m the
Republican paper at Emporia, bv
HAiitor Marlinnale who was at -one
time a prominent republicon candi
date tor Governor What do ou
gold standard republicans think -f
sucb doctrine coming lr m oni'?
vonr own pro.ninont men? It i? un
disputed, tacts and mi nnghi
well fore it imw as when ton l;.ie.
JtrT f H'J'HY FREE ON APtJOkTOH
A YOU Vt-triND
f t- L4VE
U- S. Land Office,
June 5. Iy9.
a sumcient contest amdavit naving
been filed in this office by Charles W
MiUer. contestant, against Homestead
entry No 24193, made December 21, 1S96
A sufficient contest
ior tne JSwM of sec. 24.
township 15 south, range 20 west,
by John A:Wible, jontestee, in which
it is alleged that; John A. Wible
has wholly abandoned said tract:
that he has changed his residence there
from for more than sis months since
making said entry and next prior to
tke date hereof, and that said tract is
not settled upon and cultivated by said
Earty as required by law; that he
as never maintained nor established
a residence upon said land at any
time since date of entry.
That such failure is not due to the fact
that claimant is or has been in the Army
or Navy of the United States in the
Said parties are
hereby notified to appear, respond
and offer evidence touching said alle
gation at 10 o'clock A.m. on July 22
1899 before the Register & Receiver at
the U. S. Land Office in Wakeeney
The said contestant having, in a prop
er affidavit, filed June 5, 1899, set forth
facts whice show that after due dili
gence personal service of this notice can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and
directed that such notice by given by
due and proper publication.
I. T. PURCELL, Register,
J. A.Nelson, attt. je 10 jy 22
Dr. Sawyer's Little Wide A
vako Pills give purity of body and
vigor of thought by perfectly reg
ulating the bowels A cure bil
ousness, inactive hv and consti
pation. At Farley's,
Farm on the Saline
For sale so cheap you will surely
want it. Go see. It is the Hunne
well quarter, Se ot IS 11 16.
Good land. 40 acres cultivated.
Reeder d& Reeder.
BREWER & STANDARD
Wc have shipped nearly a car
load of trees to Ellis countv every
spring and always give satisfac
tion. Good trees & vines. m
Big and healthy. Piices right.
We offer for the
Spring delivery a gen
eral line of of choice
wanted. Write us.
18 YOUR APPETITE POOR?
It is claimed on good authority
that when you are threatened with
any physical ailment that in a large
majority ot cases the Stomach is
out of order and this deranges the
whole digestive apparatus, inter
feres with the healthy action'of the
Liver and kidneys causing constipa
tion, dizziness, fainting spells and
loathing tor all food or nourish -ment.
sick headache, nervousness
and a general debility of the whole
Vital Forces of Life-
Such excellent resuljs ara attending
the faithful use of that new und im
portant medical discovery,
NERVE & KIDNEY CUKE
that thousands of people in America
to-dav are usinr this remedy and are
RESTORED TO HEALTH fc T1APPIXESS
If you are afflicted with a poor appe
tite, no desire for food, Heartburn, water-brash,
sour stomrhe or Gastritis,
Gonstipatiou and Bloating after eating,
sick and nervous headache and a gen
eral weakness of your bodily strength,
wtiy not try this Great Remedy?
io-dav and be cured? The following
testimonial was received from a prom
inent lady of Oklahoma a short tame ago
in which she says:
Independence, Guster Co. O. T.
This is to certify that I was unable to
use my limbs or to walk for over a
month when some of my friends where
I was stopping induced me to try Dr.
SEELiYE'lS Nervine Bitters which I did
the first opportunity. I J)0"ght one
bottle of Nervine Bitters and one box of
Dr. Seelye's Happy Life Pills and by
the time I had tBken half of them I wa
able to wait and have now for about 3
weeks. I give your medicine the credit
for my rapid recovery and think it i?
indeed a most wonderful remedy ar;d it
ought to do a great deal of good n tin
world. Miss. Mable L.INVEL-
This is Uie time of the year wuer
you fel the need of a good strength
giving remedy to ass:.st nature to throv.
oil the waste material of the body an.i
if you will procure a bottle of the above
medicine and take it according to the
plain directions you will bless the day
you heard of Nervine Eitters.
Good and Enterprising drugget
sell this modern remedy and if
you are unable to procure it from
yours, kindly a-k h:m to gel it tor
vou and h- will gladly d S"
diulr. out it he then refuses to g-t
jt writir us and it will be sent from
our laboratory direct, but try the
druggist fir4:. Prepared only at
tfvi Laboratory ine
A. B. SeelyeMed. Co,
Soul by J. C, Farley: Selling
Agent, Kan gv,
X". ' ic i2ix Tore r- '
P- 1 1 e r-- v , i re J i the ' vMJJl
UicuT&d: coa.tL!tst!ot.fr?p. "'.V'
l ':rifv-.: iocs-
Threshers, binders, drills, mowers
rakes, plows, wagons, buggies,
and everything- in the line of
BOXDED IX SUM OF 5000.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance.
IVotrlW PllhllP Deeds, Mortgaycs and y other Uqal
For the BEST
ryniy! 11 ynE9 matting.
Wall paper, Window shades
Baby carriages. Refrigerators.
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
and Repairing neatly
ed workmen at
The largest stock of Wall paper just reeei
ved. Good paper at 5 cts a roll.
Window Shades on spring rollers, complete
at 15 cents. A full line of
Carpet samples from 2 of the
leading Carpe houses for your celectisn,
from which Carpets will be sold at lowest
Call and see for yourselves.
Go there to
J. i.1 I 4r-
ire i me uesL
Smoked meats, Fish and Oysters in season.
Open Sunday mornings from 8 to 10.
Highest price paid for hides-
Rt Tumr North Main street.
. X. Xi1-U1AJ5 Hayp Citj Kansas
SEHP US QUE DOLLAR
Cut this ad. out and send to us with H.iHl, uilve mill eud;ou ttiia
nwilFEOTDACUeiCKE3FAaLOKOill.S.bTfrei7htt.U. D., sobjrrt
UnuliiUti. Yoa c&n examine it at your ntarest t reit'dt depot, and
If yoa find it exactly as represented, equal to orriL? that retail at
t Jfc. OO t10O.0O, the greatest Taluejoaeter awiiwl Ir tetteruan
onrans advertised by others at aonainrr, pavtie Irmirht tirpnt.nr
S3J.75 IS 0U3 SPECIAL SO DAYS PR!CE.
MdalM 4anirrrric. B31.fi. less theCUnrsJO. lomod
d br others. Sucb. aa oiler was dctct oatie before.
THE ACME QUEEN
hnniiri)iamlilcnhli!ilciHilK)iVwdlll- V ' 3 f
Etrument3ecr inaje. I r .nitlie
soma idea of iu bpaaUIal ppaaruee. fViaclS UCItl SjOlia
Quarter Sawed Oak, antique uni.-!h,iia:iJjrueiyifecorat.
d and ornamented, latwat ISoastvlP. 1UB A(XK UlUS is
6 feet S Inches hi en, si incnes Ton?, iu.-bs and
sou pound? ? contains k seutes.u slurs aj l oiivwb :
PrlaeipaU Saiclua, slelodla. Celeste. Cresasa, Had Coer,
CMpler, Dispas. F.rta, trlaeipal Forte, a.4 fox U.iss
es s Oetar. Cmplera, 1 Tra. bll, 1 Una. Or;a SIt. 4 Srts
Oreheatral Toaea KcHUtor; Fipo Qaslltj Ueeds. 1 Srt rl 31 Pars
(MtltMl Rh41 Setar S3 Ckxrmlcziy Crii:iut lrlMv
Bw 1 Set mt 14 Kkchmllaw6awta DispaMa Ccsds, 1 bs4 W
14 Ftoasias; M ItMIni Friaeipal gMib
TUC fllC DflCPU ctt consist of tha celebrated
InC ftUfrlC UUr.r.11 Sr.elBMds, which are only tised
In (he highest grade instruments, alro fitted with Has
mmmd Captors and Tax Haaiaaa, also best Dolce f'-Z, leathers,
etc bellows of the best rubber clth. J-plTiitllwD Ftook
ana nnest teatner in Taires. irlfc ACmc QU&ENI3
finished with a 10x14 bereled plate rrencn lairror, uickel
plated pedal frames and every modern improvemeat. t
IT RUSH IUI a handsome oran Etool and tke bestorzaB
lnstrocUon book published.
fillflPANTPPnOR VP A withrr-
if. 0.as Omive issue a written binding arfe'
guarsnt.e, by the terms and conditions of wbi'-h if any
ainats and we wiii refund your money if yoa are nolfr - -
perf ectly satisfied. ot tht amai mill a. tald s
OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED
Dogwtnuoii youraeifrnoor sunt ns. write
the publisher of this paper, or Metropolitan Kational
SSARSs ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.). Fulton.
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X lengtJis of barrel, G ami lO inches. Everjf
one guaranteed. Price, Postjyald, $5.00 with
T tit t. iin Mt
ttnwards. Event arm we turn
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