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i'BE DODGE CITY TIMES
Dodge City. Thursday, May 3133. t
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PCBTOFFICE NOTICE,
Mti-r urItiy, J tuturv 23ui. 1835, the Dodze.
City I'ostuDTiw vrilljjuservc the lollowin:; liours:
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Pine ram Tuesday night.
No iiow daiico halis as .vet.
How about tlio now railroad.
Tlic Giobe is still on the fence.
-Tli" real estate market is act'ne.
Sheep fihearcrd arc iiryrcAt demand. -
Our JipkI" is gradually increaains.
Thu White Loaf is our favorite Hour.
Tom Owen is the boss tonsoria1 artist.
The biuhihnr boom is on the increase.
Onr'M.nor hn l.itel bousht a dwelling!
Eiuer&on rcnortb a b:g dry njods liade.
What became of 's lovely uiunstach?
Have you bad your head f-audoaocred
.vetf
Our now htatiou agcufc is a geucral fa
vorite. The Wrisjlit House resistor looms up
bijr.
ii. S. Culver is back from a tea dayb'
trip eat.
Crawtord, the fjroesr reports a lively
ti.ide.
Sturm & Jlelcalf, are deing a bijr hod.i
water tiade.
Co 1 1 :u 'a Park" promises to ba a favor
ite resorr.
The through hcnli aro rapidly coming
through.
S. 1. Cheney, of Sand Creek, "dropped
in this week,
Th cental P. M. ol Cimairon called
Tuesday.
John Sehmokcr andJames Mails called
during the week.
The "Fountain" at the City Drugstore
is "wide oneu."
"Who stole the gate," is what R. M.
Wright wants to know.
The Dodire House is now one of the best
Ileuses in the West.
Mr. Miner of tho O V brand left for K.
C. for a few days.
A. U. McCoy of the XI outfit was in
town duiinz tho week. "
The Tisii:s has enjoyod a subscription
boom since enlanring.
The Times office brightens tin with an
exterior coat of paint.
Tho ge.hool enrol linen fc for the year is
S3T against 202 last year.
ttrectCominissiouer O'Neill is putting
our streets in line older.
After to-morrow the school bell will
ginglc no ni3fo(uiitil September.
Our stockinon report better pasture than
tlicy ever before baw in the country.
J. II. Conrad, tho conductor, is laid up
with a soio foot tho result of an accident
on the Mo. Pacific.
It is said that his 'onner, "Bobby
Burns. " is now lunninc tho only "sure
thing" game iu the city.
Tho records show that dnrincrMay the
Dodac City Postoflieo did more business
than during anv previous month sinco it
was established.
The ariss was never better is the gene
ral expression.
We aro adding many new names to our
subscription list.
Fine hhowers nearlv everv day is doing
the business for tho season.
Ou Sunday last, Nick Mavrath was glad
dened by the arrival of a daughter.
This i! tho last week of school, and tho
pupils in the advanced classes aro rehears
ing the lessons.
It. Biokford is moulding brick in the
west part of town, but the rains are iutcr
frriiiffwitli tho woilc.
Mr.-., ,T. P. (lo-jf tt and Miss Low Gosett.
aie visiting Mis. G M. Hoover. Thev
reside in Champaign. III.
Conductor .Tamos White and
wifo re-
turned yesterdav. .Mrs. White has 1m en
visiting friends in Pennsylvania for sever
al months past.
A son
and daughter of Elder Collim
stopped hero last week, and paid their.'
I'atfier a short viir. They wero oa their
way to the mountains.
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tho Catholic church, and will build a resi-
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ueuco thereon tile sola his present resis
deuce to E. E. Evans, a eattlo man,
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J. n. White was ic-elected Mieriff of '
El Paso county, Texa-. ou the citizen's
ticket, by a handsome majoritv. Mr, i
White is a biothcr of Thos. B. White of
this city. !
P. J. Upp. ot Spearevillo. has taken B.
A. Jono' place in I C. Zimmormr.nirs
etore. Mr. Upp is an old re-ident of tho '
county and is a splendid talesman. Mr.
Jones is cngaeing in thocattlo business.
H. S. Jennings, who has been connect
ed with the U. S. Signal office in this city,
has been placed in charce. of the office.
Mr. Jennings is a steady young man. and
will no doubt discharge the duties faith
fully and satisfactorily.
Geo. S. Emerson baa a mammoth stock!
of Summer hats. lie leceived two iu- '
voices of these goods, oonsequenjly has
h.g stock but the hats aro going oft like
flap jacks" m the huniiff time. Go and
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District court will convene June 11th.
Tho following uamed citizens have been
selected as Jurymen: Christopher Bohl.
K." P. Adams. John nolnicr.. Henry Mo
Broom. Ictoi Carson, J. Q. Adam3, J.
W. Sidlow, Heury L;nipo. II. E. Berk
ley, A. V. Beadle, Morris Collar. John A.
Cliue.
HAIL, AT OBKAT X5Ii.I.
A serious hail swept through the center
of Birtou.-Ilice and ilcPhersou counties
Thurbday oveuine doing great damaee to
wheat and xyc. The breadth of the storm
was about a mile Accompanying the
hail was a largo fall of raiu which extend-1
'cdi'eucial'ty over this po:t:o:i of the date,
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TJicre v;erc some hard- features, thel
1 rqughcr 'forms of life, in the city this
vrcclc. One ca?c attracted some atten
tion, and out of deference to the faniily
'.ve forbear names. An individual hav
ing a vrife and two children, sent an in
sulting proposition to a married ivomau
in this city. The offended woman
caused the arrest of the lascivious bene
dict, and he was promptly introduced to
Police -Judge Burns, who, with his ac-
I customed official f-cverity, thrust his of-
X
iicial lampoon into the prisoner to the
tunc of $75 $50 on a charge of dis
orderly conduct and $25 for carrying
concealed weapons. The prisoner has,
chosen to leave the city instead of
makings payment of the heavy fine.
The man wrote a note full of sickening
love, offering a place of assignation.
We have the note, and have been re
quested to publish it, but we do not
wish to shock the modesty of our sensi
tive readers. J ndge Burns" court is be--coming
a terror and the evil ones may
well stand in awe and dread, for in this
court there is no leniency for a grave
offense.
Tn-tliejspriiig time we yearn -for the
early vegetable. How-sorrowing to see
onions quoted at "two bunches for 5
cents, and lettuce almost given away."
The market value of onions and lettuce
in Bodge is five times greater than the
eastern quotation, on" onions, while.it
would be ten times more on lettuce.
Yi'hat has the irrigation ditch done for
the early spring vegetable? "What is
Garden City doing in the line of swing
gardens? What is this boasting and
vaunting ambition on garden truck
mean, unless we are furnished cheap
and early garden products! "Within a
few miles of the "Wethersfield of west
ern Kansas, and yet it takes 25 cents
to buy a mess of onions and lettuce!
The short alioted period on this mun
dane sphere is harrowing enough with
out the additional mortification of pay
ing 25 cents for 1G small onion sprouts.
But the tribulations of the world are
made up from the small discomforts,
and we suppose the meagre onion sup
ply is our portion.
A family discussion ensued in Bodge
on molasses, the wife always insisting
that molasses was in the plural number,
by speaking of "them molasses."
The molasses for more than once was in
the plural number, and the husband
taking advantage of the plurality of
"those molasses"' determined that the
proper grammatical status of the mo
lasses should be fixed. lie remarked
yesterday from the character of the
contents of the molasses jug, that
while there might be no doubt about
the number, there was suspicion about
the gender of "those moia&ses. " Yes
in the flytimc molasses beeomes of a
singular plurality of flies, and for six
months in the year it is proper to -say
"them molasses" or "'those molasses,"
according to the condition of the mo
lasses jug.
April and May arc not down in the
records as tornado months, and if this
year a proportionate number of these
storms appear at their proper season,
J uly and August will indeed be filled
with terrors.
The farmers are feeling very cheer-i
ful, as a ruie, over crop prospects.
"Wheat is looking very jvell in most in
stances, though there are some light
fields that are not promising. Great
Bend Tribune.
Dr. T. J. Wright has located in tins
citv for the prcctico of medicine. We
have known Dr. Wright for uianv years,
and can highly commend him. lie was a
successful practitioner in Waucusbunr,
Mo., for several yeais. He comes to this
section of the country with good iccom
mcndalions. He can be found during tho
day at II. J. Fruigei's drag store, His
residence is with J. M. Wnghr.
Gen. McClellau, accompanied by about
twenty men, thrc. of whom represent
j Eastern capiral. and tho lest civil engi
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iiuuie, iiiu uu a iuiii ui. nisi'iut iwu ujl I'll;
Panhandle, to investigate the copper
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nnncb and grazing ands of that section.
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lesterday was Decoration Day. the
h day ot May has been set apart; for the
decoiation ot sohlioi's graves, and in the
Eastern cities tho ceremonies aie giaud
ami imposing. Tho day has become a
.National Holiday.
i Tho present weather reminds us of the
'.vearot 1S1G, the year without a summer;
but we have no recollection ol mat year
I Irom any experience of our own. Thrre
wassuow and frost iu the summer mouths
of that year.
The Dcugo City Town Company are
selling lots and bloctis. There is consider
able tiausncf.ons iu town propel ty.
Morris Collar is buying all the tonlots
m the vicinity of the public chool build
ing. ieuc0 of R M WrlRjlt at Porc
,a3t evu:iillB. A uuulbor of CItlzuUb flom
tbo ci WCIC .ircscur TlJC couipauy bad
n inv 1?niul .,.
A citrnrisn ntrrt' vo. ciron ?t. flin rnwt.
Wheat-is now being harrested in West
ern Texas. Corn iu that section is live
ft-ct hjgh and is taiheiing already. The
yield of wheat is good and corn prouiisos
unusually well.
There a complaint in portions of Kan-
i sas of too much rain. The season is ex
ceptional in that regard. Tho usual prayer
in past years has been for more water.
The new railroad order goes into effect
to morrow. Dcdge City is.uow the end
of a passenger division.
II. A. Cone, representing x the Topeka
Capital, is in th
city, in the interest of ' k
that uajef.
BEBKEa.H1' M" 5f HM!BCMS
STOCK GATHERINGS.
-Plenty of grass -and water on this
-v.
range.
G. Longcndyke, a stockman of
-Pawnee Valley, isin the city.
The stockmen, arc arriving in the
city, and horse and cow tJlk is quite
common. -."" '
John Blocker passed through for
"Wyomiiur, with" 3500 head of cattle, on
Sunday Tast. r
-Jj. A. Jones is making arrange
ments to establish a cow ranch in
"Wicliita county.
J. D. Iked went down to his ranch
Monday. Mr. Reed lately came up
from his home in Texas.
-B. 31. "Wright, has added a lot of
fine Polled Angus bulls to his herd.
Two of the bulls arc of imported stock.
F. B. Barnard & Bro. have 5.000
jrraded sheep for sale. They are hold-
l ing these sheep near Cimarron station,
where tney are engaged m shearing.
See advertisement.
- ?!. Pofbes, of Forbes & Gray,
sheep growers, .was, iu the, city Tuesday,
lie has had good luck shearing. The
fleeces from eight sheep ran as follows,
the first named being a Mexican ewe:
3 lt, oft 8 uz. 51b, (iib -i oz. Sib, otb 12 oz.
41b. and 41b.'
; iCapt. J. T. Lytic has received en
couraging reports from eleven herds of
cattle he now has on the trail. So far
they have foutid all the grass and water
necessary and will go through to their
destinations in good shape, in fact in
better shape than for several years
past.
SPEAREYILLE ITEjIS.
Mahkii:i. A quiet unassuming
wedding was that united in matrimony
Mrs. Pauline Bowman, a resident of
this place since its earliest settlement,
and L. "W. Eastman, formerly of "Wel
lington, Kansas, but now engaged in
the giocery business here. The affair
took place about midday, on Tuesday of
this week, at the residence of the bride.
The ceremony was performed by the
Piev. Fiobeit Lohrer, of the Catholic
church. The two business interests
that has been separate and distinct here
tofore, is now expected to be merged
into one. and the two partners hand in
hand with hearts overflowing with bliss
ful affection, will travel o,n together
toward the boundless realm of eternity.
""7 " . -"'"," ""-""fa-"". " ono term in the legislature. lie is at
and their pathway strewn with many j nt postmasteJ llt Doilge City.-K.
flowers kept irasrant by the dews or i ln t,.,,-.,,,-1
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evening and tanned into luxuriant ,.,,, , i i
beauty bv the centle zephyrs of the! 1 he Dodge City Iimes has changed
11I0rnfSjr j a seven column ioho, and gives evi-
nnA -r Tarti- "n a,,..,,,
wife of E. I). Swan, living about two
miles from town, on "Wedncodti even
ing of last week, after alingeiing sick
ness of several months. She was
highly esteemed as a christian, being a
member of the Methodist church. Mr.
Swan and family has the sympathy of
the community in their sad bereavment.
Ilev. Tooker preached the funer.il
sermon. Mrs. Swan was buried in the
silent land cemetery, adding one more
to the little city of the dead so greatly
in contrast to the city of the living.
John Smith is under the impression
the man who deals in ardent spirits and
adulterates the same has committed
adultery and as a punishment for the
crime should be compelled to work on
the roads; John claims to have any
quantity of water at home, and when
he coines to town and wants something
more exhilerating he does not want it
mixed' with the town water. Xot being
used to it, it docs not agree with him.
Bev. Irwin T. Mather, of the Con
gregational persuasion, preached in the
Presbyterian church last Sunday even
ing. We are reliably informed it was
Mr. Mather s fii'at effort in expounding
tu
the scripture. The young man did ex-
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jccdiiiffiy well atul promises in time to
cccQinffiy well ami p
become a theoloirian of no small magni
tude.
Jonas Stafford has one of the
finest gardens in the countv. havinir had
onions, radishes aud lettuce for the last
three weeks and peas now in bloom.
Miss Eva Beverley, of Dodge City.
was visiting the Misacs Nichols the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. "W. Cole, and daughter
flattie are visiting friends in Hillsdale,
Michigan.
CDIABHON CULLINGS.
Pine rain Tuesday night.
Mr. "Wcttick is planting sorghum
this week.
L. Gordon, from the Pawnee, was
in town Monday.
Hod Hull came down from Belfast
Wednesday morning.
Horse racing and foot racing was
the excitement here last Thursday and
Saturday.
Master Hugh Hudson killed a
mammoth hawk nearhis father's ranch,
last Saturday. It measured 4ft. Gin.
acioss the wings from tip to tip.
Quite a delegation from this town
ship at the county seat Tuesday. Hope
no one will take this as an omen of
mischief towards anyone's plans po
litical or otherwise.
A gentleman and his family moved
into the house formerly owned by
Mr. Justus -Lyman, for a few days.
I He is looking for a location for a small
stoclr ranch.
Two cowboys on their way to Colo-
rado, shot and killed their pack horse
here last Tuesday. The horse broke
loose from them and they were afraid
he was going to get away on the plains.
If newspapers sometimes appear to
be-undtiely inclined to criticism instead
of praise, it must be remembered that
if wrong be combatted right will take
.
care of itself; that the wheat will grow
and mature if the tares are kept down,
and that tho corn docs not need chon-'
;n. kf fl, ,le T ol,-f fl, etr.l- .
need the physician, .while we Jet the
well alone. The affairs of this world
j oj
sre so arranged that every moral force
known must be constantly employed in I
in tlie lisht as;aiiis error and evil. '
, A FEW IffiD"V,rOIiDS.
The neighboring press have our
thanks for their kindly notices. "We
publish the following extracts:
The Bodge City Timks comes to
us this week in four page form and
"in nev,- type, and greatly improved.
Clarendon News.
The Bodge City Ti:.res has been en
larged and its new sv.it fits it to a dot.
Klainc knows how to make a number
one newspaper. Larned Chhronoscope.
The Bodge City Times comes out in
a new and handsome dress this week.
It has been changed to a seven column
folio and is a bright, newsy paper.
Mickcrson Argosy.
The Dodge City Times has been en
larged and changed from a four column
quarto to a seven column folio. Topo
graphically it presents a neat appear
ance. Lamed Optic
Thc Dodge City Times. X. B.
Klaine. editor and proprietor, appeared
last week in a new dress and changed
to a folio neat and stylish as a new
made bride. All this because the Times
is seven going on eight years old.
Great Bend Bcgister.
The Dcdge City Times comes to us
much enlarged and improved in appear
ance. We congratulate our neighbor
on this evidence of prosperity and trust
it may continue to grow and accumu
late wealth. Kinsley Graphic
This week the Dodge City Times
comes to us. in the shape of a four page
seven column paper, and a new dress
of type. We congratulate Bro. Klaine
on this imnrovement of his always
britrht and handsome paoer. Stafford
Herald.
The Dodge City Times came out last
week in a new dross and greatly enlarged.
Bro. Klaine always takes the right side,
fights for it bravely and deserves the
propcrlty which enables him to make
these improvements in his paper.
Sterling Gazette.
The Dodge City Times comes to us
this week enlarged to a seven column
folio, with a new dress, and greatly im
proved in every respect. If the Times
keeps up to its present standard it will
be one of our most welcome exchanges.
Medicine Lodge Cresset.
The Dodge City, Kansas, Times
looks well in its new and handsome
dress. The editor, X. B. Klaine, once
edited a paper at "Warrensburg, in this
state, and represented Johnson county
uu.a .i ,r,.i, v ..u .u? .u.
nes?. Uur oht Jiissoun inenci lvniine
has staid with the boys preaching the
gospel of righteousness unfo salvation
and we are glad to see that success is
crowniii" his eiFoits. Inland Tribune.
Dr. T.J. Wiiirbt and wife and daughter,
Mrs. -W. C. Moore, arrivrd Scixluy from
Santa Fe, X. M.
"Little
tobacco.
Jokci" is tho best smokma
Are duo from Mav 1st for the current year.
At! persons doing bahine-ss it l ho citv aro
iequcsted to call and pay licenses with
out further notice. 2.B. Klaixe.
Citv Treasurer.
Water hauled by the wagou load,
ou II. B. Bell.
Call
Vorris Collai has purchased all of the
town lots suuoanding the public echool
house. He bousrlit these lots at wholesale
and will sell them at. Jow piices by tho
single lot.
A centipede five inches in length was
killed by "W. D. Erwin in the dry goods
department of Edwards Bros., Xoble &
Marsh a few cveniinrs aro. Kinslev
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Ixrapluc.
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Tho weather is delightful. Cool nins
aud tornadoes in the cast tcud to keep the
atmosphere coo .
Asiilaxd, Boone ro. , Mo.
April 23. Ib83.
V:,i. T. Ki.liott will give a liberal re
ward for any satisfactory information of
Harrioon Elliott, Please address
Wm. T. Elliott,
Ashland. Boone county, Mo. ,
Most of the corn is up in this county
and looking well. "We saw an eighty
acre field Sunday about two miles east
of town that had bcon cultivated
once and was then standing five or six
itches high. Not a hill appeared to be
missing, and the field looking in splen
did condition. Larned Optic.
Ladies app'roveof yourfiUiol:;ng"Littlc
Joker." m
Vhite, D iiue-tie and Royal St. John
Sewing Machine, the best made. Ltdic ot
D dge City ind vicinity will find a good lot
of these machines at tl.e rtore of
F. C ZlMMERMAXX
Everv smokerbhould try "Little Joker."
The prices are low for millinery gooda at
Mrs L'-mtTt's north of VVruht Hjusc.
Mike Sutton, Dodge City's big law
3'er, was in Larned Tuesday in attend
ance upon the district court. Net tried
hard to have Mike quarantined in re
taliation for the treatment he had re-
ceived at Dodge, but failing in that,
shot him with a 44-calibre beer bottle,
and Mike went home badly wounded in
the neck. Lamed Optic.
n. B. Bell has a fine stallion for the
Tlrt .f Hrnrlrmnti. l T'lin o?i?trn! 13 nt Ht
1 blood and has au exceIk,nt pedigree.
j
' T T" !!Ps,fe bmok,DS tobacco h "Little
'Jokr."
friTHuE hut8II Trisoa.
The.bc mamfacture, mil lt longer
tnpQ lwo wagoiia of any olrur make. A few
of these wagons for eale by
F. C'ZtMMEBMASN.
C ill en Chap. Shields for a goc3 No 8
copp
qeIv,
per B-ytom ' Wash Ejiler for ?2 2a
H.IPP1 BEfPLT8.
Marsh's Golden Blood &. Liver Tonic is a
Grand Remedy.
"My wife has used Maesu's Goldex
Blood &. Liveu Toxic for dyspepsia and
derangement of the liver with happv re
sults. ''IT. H. Johnson. Austin, Minn.
"Marsh's Golden Blood & Liver
Toxic has cured mv little boy of Scrofula
aud general debility. It is a grand
remedv." IThos. J. Smith, Kansas City,
Mo. '
'Your Goldex Br.oon & Lives Toxic
and Goldex Balsam lor the throat atnL
Luuj's give excellent satisfaction to iny
customprs." IL. T. Dorsej', diusgist,
Bnrlinirton, Iowa.
t Marsh's Goldex BLOOd &. Liver Toxic,
the cral alterative aud cholajiocuc. and
Marsh's Goldex Balsam, ttie lamons
cough icmedv, are lor sain at the City
Drus: Store, Dodge CuV. Thousauds of
bottles have been given awav to prove
their extraordinary merit. Large bottles
5'J cents and $1.
STOCK BRANDS.
We will insert Stock Brands on liberal
terms, and respectfully solicit orders.
J. II.
CSiVPOKD.
I'ostoSiee
. Dodge City, K:i3
essolis
Vr.
SjrfetevSS -ao river opposite
TxSrZVvnjy . -ri luns ou tlie Ark in
StrS-Wi on K-lt nbs.
l?j w.'S&K.ir m.'iik smootli
&3 jraS crop uU small hole
ajb;-..-J5y' on lelt car.
(TJi l'oot Cice
2S, OiKlgc City K:
r-JX--JS l .- t.. ...!
ntttr Juiif 1st will
range' on Whit" Wo
rn -'ii errik to mil i-i
north of ...kin. -AH
malt citMiM.uisoon
tlm Arkansiio liver
no! til Side.
Brands on right
sid
feoiiii- l)i;ii)(l3on left side.
SOilX SCE3iTlSiEK.
trO VostoHice
0?Ml-vS Hi lie Mp.-lilc
iolU couiiiy,
Jv.in3.
limine on Crooked
Cm ok.
Br.ihd principally
on l iglit hip
sonit.- on rij;ht
side.
l'ostnffice:
g'-;2 l'.iwni'i.- Vallev,
gVy v ,, u . t --w Hodgtm.in cnintv.
e-S'l Kansas.
6sSv?-vc?giiIIinchon tne Pawnee.
y0K Cattle Brand:
L 2 rostofiioi-s: Dod0'e City
rVT??5-r 1. ,inil 1ii ll.lu
K.i. Kaiu-h on I'.lue
Hole, Clai U co,, Ka.
Cat He 111 and; 15 on lclt
tide and hip, lion rijilit
bidi; .k) onciehsule.
."'I on eali side
S J' Horse Brand: B on left
CDiTJ A KZlOiV and fltOOECED SC
CATTLK COMS.AIVV
4, JMngc Ciin.u roii 1 iv-
WJ- VI, OU.llli tUllll-
'it&"i?-:i Fringer, K:is.
Ilttf rrook. (1 L on k-lt
Vf i1 i.lwmld..r :iml liii.
IpsQi'-ir niaik ciop off
?,?j -v fc' '.!)t tu'uer nail ciop
ty.
r':cit.
Other r.iaudi: L on K-ft liip
. on left side.
A" A 'V on 1c t side.
H A T on kit side, O on rilit liip and bide.
I. on !t!i hip.
, mi nulit -ide willi J on both hips,
t; on rmlir liip B on -ide.
on both hip- I j on b-nliside?.
B, 51. tV&Slft3a.T.
i y ro-totlice address
-SF- Hoitffe CiH .
C.j' ' - . - , Ci jv.ii.s;ib
c;
t3 Postofiice address
aSag3 Dodge Gity.
Wi-SFsTi Kansas
'iS Cattle Ttangc-
fatSSE55Si u" a"
creik
:Ju'5ri Ilrand CZ on lclt side
M K3a and Z on k-lt hip.
(wK
tPr-sC l.'ange south sule of
Aiuaiiitt- bet w ren
I'iereeville and Gar
den City. K:ib.
Cattic Iirr.nd(.d
on k-lt biinul
"I ilcr and ciicle
in tilt liipiaisoeanie
'oros on siiouiuer &
Vg izSZrj-reiji'.iTC.U' on j iv; also
some v mi ipi blioitliter. lloise brand bar
on t-lioiikUr, other; cross on shoulder.
nARDEBTi' ctias.
I'ostoflicc address
Dodge City,
Kans.'.s.
Ci'tle rane
(in Mmtli Tlniiror.
iX'leiwien Sharps and
KiaCold "Water crn.k. -
J&LSSfeaSiilrfSS
LiLNGIOfl & WALHER.
I ,"j) On left; side and
cx?W&fi3 right hip.
Postoflice
Dodge City,
Kansa3.
liABA7f I.E.7JEKT.
rvn ? Postoffice Odee, Kas.
liatige on Cimarron
J Lcn right thigh
Li-Ut LI Ml - I
I fit! tir
Jt-4 -V U(ll !?,-.
tfe5in nvJ'J&l
III w
" s;tssP-
Cfa'rrr,- i r.,.i i,''Mv
t vv ur'--t. - ,--n ,i
W'"-vy,"c-il Cattle llanpp
fe?.S-5J,fe'rlJ Fo.t Dodge Ittseiva-
t5 Vo ,5raiu' as indicatid
Vi .. KW m both sides.
VtJ S?
itrl j .. v.u I ! J
f 1
5V-''-'-V-i'--ta, 1 UUISI- UI.I1MI Sil.lKJ
ttrjW 1l" shoulder.
fk&&'&P&Sf&i ItHunc on Ciman
MjAlf, " Xe county.
(y ! .ii i r-i i7
r.
V TVT-BPwrc
liz3??$.jrr?& .Additional brands:
lgTSgaa Fih " on r,S,!t '''l'-Sja-fc-"
'&4il Keverse j on left
1 te&nthkdi.
fegfterM
Hall's VnccTABLn Sicilian IIaii:
Re j. ewer is a scientific combination
of some of the most powerful restora
tive agents in the vegetable kingdom.
It restores gray hair to its original
color. It makes the scalp white and
clean. It cures dandruff and hnmors,
and falling-out of the hair. It furnishes
the nutritive principle by which the
hair is nourished and supported. It
mal:c3 the hair moist, soft and glossy,
and is unsurpassed as a hair dressing.
It is the most economical preparation
ever offered to the public, as its effects
remain a long time, making only an
occasional application necessary. It is
recommended and used by eminent
medical men, and officially endorsed by
the State Assayer of Massachusetts.
The -popularity of Ilall's Hair Renewer
has increased with tlie test of many
years, both in this country and in
foreign lands", and It Is now known and
nsed in all the civilized countries of
the world.
For sale by all dealers.
F. C. ZIMMERMAN",
DEALEB IN
General Merchandise, Hardware, Tinware,
LUMBER JlSD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Stoves, Pumps, Pire Arms and AmmuDition.
Agent for "
sncsEvs Ann ckajipio.x
MOWING MACHINES,
BEST MADE .
Caldwell, Kas, Dodge City, Kas. Fort Griffin, Texas.
YORK PARKER - DRAPER
MERCANTILE COMPANY.
CARRY A COKP!.TE 1.IXK OF
General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods,
And Make the Lowest Prjce of any House in the We:t.
M. It. DRAPER, Manager,
DODGE CITY, KANSAS-
IilYllT, fill All S Alii S7ASLS.
H. B. BELL,
SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD TRACK.
DODGE CITY,
FINE OUTFITS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
GEO. S. EMERSON,
DEALER IN
DSTEOOBS, B0CESIES, H03S0HS
CLOTHSO, BOOTS and SS-2QES.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF FURNISHING GOODS.
BEST STOCK FANCY GROCERIES IN THE CITY.
Solo Ascnt for CAXiDlVEZ.1- FARM AND FREIGHT H'AOIVS.
Opposite Itailro'id Depot,
Dodge City, Kansas.
K. M. WRIfiBT
BRIGHT
AltE DOIXCr A GEXEHAL
eite icsiFFff lie km wacqii-hmirg
BUSINESS, ALSO KEEP ON HAND A GENERAL STOCK OF
IROH, STEEL and' WAGON WOOD WORK,
On Front struct, in ro?tofllce IMock,
DODGE CITY,
Where they will I e plenseil to accommodate an rqual share of the general patronage of the public
andGCASArTEE SATSSS ACTION.
Korse-ShoeiDg and Brand Making will be made a Specialty
Al.NO KEADV MTTK9 OSOES AS IVAI3.S COMSTAMLY ON WAND.
FLOURING MILLS,
DODGE CITV, KANSAS.
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING THE
Choicest Brands of PJour.
THE MOST IMPROVED MILLING
APPARATUS IN USE.
FKESEt IJZEAt. AND Mllit FEED
constantly on hand.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR
WHEAT.
Orders promptly filled. All orders from the
city delivered tree of charge.
O. MAKSTI & CO..Propriet rs.
SODA WATER
8TUKI7I & JIETCAiF, Props.
DODGE CITY. KANSAS.
M.iniifjctucrs of superior
SODA ANU jIINESAZ. WATCfi.
GINGEXt AXE,
CHAMPAGiVE CiDEK.
Families friipplitU at SI per cae. Orders left
at II. Sturm's.
t i rT
OLD HOUSE"
SAMPLE BOOM.
DODGE CITY., KANSAS. !
i
ttt t r mr-n cimn A n-rnn T
WALTER STRAETER, Prop.
THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES
AND CIO.WS. '
Agent for
LEATEXITOEin
Scientific Stoves and Ranges.
BEST IS USE.
Proprietor.
KATJSAS.
1. W BEAJMCR.
&BEAMER
G. M. HOOVER,
WHOLESALE
WINES,
LIQUORS
ANI
CIBABS.
SOLE AGENT FOR- .
ANHEUSER BEER.
DODGE CITV,
KANSAS.
LIVERT, FEED AND SALE
STABLE.
Henry Sturm's old stand, "
DODGE CITV, KANSAS.
FRED. SINGER, Prop'r.
FOR SALE.
LAND AND STOCK.
1J)J? fff ACICES OF LAND.
X J ) JJJ watei ed and good gra
ACICES OF LAND, roll
'liiu- coov: i'i u'ly ci nu per acre.
3.C0O OATTLB, 1500 held are two years o.d
and upwards at !5 ixr head
UW HOUStS and YOUNG MDLLb at
0.-g5tE1IOBSE8llIldalOLB8lllIIIwr
wo SHEEP and GOATS at 82 psr head. .
For particulars at.ply to .,... '
M. S. rrLVER ,
ii-X-lni Dnilsvi City, Ka
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