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Agent. RACKET STORE. We have just received a fine line of Table Oil Cloths, Turkish Towels, Men's Work Shirts, Men's Overalls. Men's cotton Pants, Crash Toweling, Gent's Fine Hose, Gent's Silk Ties, A fine Line of Suspenders, And Ladies'. Misses' and Chilpren's Hhisery. RIBBONS! RIBBONS! At Lower Prices than ever at the RACKET STORE. FRED HALLETT. Prop. OO-A-lLi! COAL! Bay your coal ot the old reli stand that has been in operation summer' and winter since 1873. The business is here to stay, and consequently depends on Square Dealing, AND Reasonable Charge. Canon, Anthracite and Blactsiuithing Coal always on hand at all seasons of the year. E. E. SMITH, Prop. PUBLICATION NOTICE. First publication, September 18, 1891. Christian Schwind. M. I. Kile, admin istratrix of the estate of Ira Kile, deceas ed, and M. I. Kile as widow. George Kile. Bertie N. Kile and Edith Kile, heirs of Ira Kile, deceased, will take notice that Mary B. Pratt as plaintiff did, on the 16 day of June, 1891, file her petition in the District Court, in and for Ford county, tale of Kansas, against them as defend ants setting forth that Christian Schwin.I S,ve a mortgage to the said plaintiff, on e following described lands, situated in the county of Ford and state of Kansas, viz: The north-east quarter of section elercn (11.) township twenty-sewn, (27.) range twenty-two, (22,1 west of the sixth principal meridian, to secure the payment of the sum ot $400.00, accordinto certain Botes referred to in said mortgage, and praying judgment against said Christian Schwind for the sum of 9504.00, now claimed to be due and unpaid, with inter est at 13 per cent per annum, upon 9414, from the first day of June, A. D., 1890, or that said premises may be sold to pay thesame. Now said defendants and each of them arc hereby notified that they Bust appear and answer said petition on or before the 24th day ot October, 1691, or Mid petition will be taken as true against them and each of them; and a judgment for said amount, and a decree forever barring them of any right, title or interest in and to said lands, after the aale thereof, will be rendered against them, and ordering said lands to be sold to satisfy any sum found to be due the plaintiff upon said notes and mortgage. W. J. Pattebsos, Attest: Attorney for Plaintiff. THOS-LaBET, Sal Clerk of the District Court. CURE HP ftHB aatfisk-fkMa fafavtaaBai ) aaBt&ateBBBflaam pWBHaHMV9VMMIVn lWMtoOTI0N$lMaJta fVaMMllaV gAHTEKSl m I PiUS. .al I bbbbbi bbbbbi Sfievftaav sat tasV'esV Vats kjst S3 SSaMlaawaaafsElWaiVSsISlaa 4 -i. m afteH'aM XafatJLW flaM M aaA K it bHIM Marfan rJBavavHCAsaas)iaaau MsMLrlLMCiSEDM 8. JAT CRUMBINE M. D. DOES A GENERAL PRACTICE. Catarrhal Disease a Specialty. omcc over Warlng's Shoe Store. Residence, eor. First Ave. and Vise Street. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. The picnic is on October 7th. 4.07 inches of rain fell during the last week. R. W. Thompson, of Liberal, is in the city. J. W. Sidlow was in the city on business. Tuesday Mrs. John Kelsey has been seriously ill the past week. W. W. Hunsell was in Ingalls last week on business. The Kickapoo Medicine Company will be here next week. Fall plowing is under full headway since the recent rains. Ed. Scott, of Plainfieid, Kansas, is in the city for a few days. Grant Pettyjohn was in Garden City last week on business. Samuel Fellers, of Ingalls, had busi ness in Dodee Tuesday. W. E. Apperson, of Bucklin, is in the city on a short visit. J. M. Day, of Greensburg. was in the city on business Monday. E. E. Soule and family. of Spearnlle, spent Monday in the city. The Republican Editorial Association met yesterday in Great Bend. A lot of second-hand novels for sale cheap. Inquire at this office. Hand in your news items of every kind. We will be glad to publish them. M. N. Boardman of Fairview township was a caller at this office Monday. Editor Bolton, of the Greensburg Sentinel, was in town Wednesday. E. G. Barton, of Cimarron, came down last Sunday and returned home Monday. Lo. Warren has returned from a short sojourn in the eastern part of the state. The indications are that the political pot will begin to boil after the first of the month. Mr. J. M. Vance, formerly of Oklaho ma, is now acting as deputy register of deeds. Hon. M. A. Calhoun, of Garden City, will be here next Wednesday. Come and hear him. We want a few more good correspond ents from the country. Who will act in the matter? The rain commenced to pour down Wednesday night and continues up to going to press. Clark Hawkins, of Great Bend, was in the city Monday attending to some business matters. W. S. Dunbar of La Junta, Colo., a brakeman on the Santa Fe, is in the city visiting friends. J. E. HopwooJ, operator on the C. R. L & P. railroad at Denver, C01O., is visit ing friends in the city. Some of the nimrods who went hunting for ducks yesterday returned home after getting a good ducking. The war between Bros. Shmn and Pe tition still waxes warm. Sail in, broth ers, we have no objection. Rev. S. E. Busser will deliver another of bis famous lectures on next Sunday ev ening. Subject: 'Idolatry." If present indications are any criterion tft go by, there will be fully double as much wheat sown this fall as last. After reading the last issues of the Globe and Democrat we haye concluded to put a padlock on our coal house. Consider yourself a committee of one to invite and urge your neighbors to be present at the picnic on October 7th. Happy and content is a home with "The Ro- chester;"a!ar2:p with the light of the morning Ftrcate&gutx writt Kxhuitr Lam C.JWw Ytri. CO head of high grade mares and hors es for sale; or will trade for cattle. In quire at Carson & Burgland's meat mar ket. . tf It the demand for houses still increases in the future as fast as it has in the past three months, building will certainly soon be on. Sixty head of high grade mares and horses for sale; or will trade for cattle. Inquire at Carson & Burgland's. meat market. tf The numerous People's Party speakers which have visited us during the past week brought with them an abundance of rain. Sixty head of high grade mares and horses for sale) or will trade for cattle. Inquire at Carson & 'Burgland's meat market. tf See little Grade Becbe, the child won der, at Kelly's Opera House Monday and Tuesday night in her great skirt dance and songs. It is claimed that the Beebe-Barbour Co. is one of the best on the road. Hear them on October 5th and 6th at Kelly's Opera House. Edwin Barbour, The "great character -comedian and play writer, in his own plays at the Opera House Monday and Tuesday nights. Fred Marpn. well known is this city, sow located at Pueblo, Colo,, s in. the city, TfsiHug ol friend,! aj ';;, business jnatten. " 1 Hon. Noah Allen of Wichita probably one of the most entertaining talkers in the Mate, will deliver aa address at the picnic ca October 7th. The Beebe-Barbour Comedy Company will play at Kelly's Opera House Monday and Tuesday Bights. Airst-elaas com pany at popular prices. Numerous person of note 'have been eagagedto address the assemblage oa October 7th. Be there, if yon want, a day's good eatertaiemeBt. Mr. JDUb Hard, who has been taking a procatBeat part ia the firemen's tourna ment at Pabk!,Co!o., the past three weeks, retaraei aeate aatateay. v Joe. N. Baker, agent of the Hutcaia sob News, was is the dty Tuesday is the interest of that paper. Ob the fourth' page of this paper will be found a cartooa. Arrangements haye been made for one each week during the campaign. Look at it. We have been somewhat crowded with job work the past month, but are still able to turn out the best work at the most reasonable prices. Call and examine. The show season is now upon us, and for the benefit ot theater goers we will say that Mr. Pearce has some excellent hows booked for the coming winter. Our real estate men report a good many inquiries about land from eastern parties. Another year of good crops and these in quiries will be followed by good, cash sales. Frank Chapman has two hundred cows and calves for sale. This is a good opportunity for some of our farm era to surround themselves with a good herd of cattle. We are glad to receive a communication this week from our old correspondent from the north part of the county. Par ties interested in that section will find his an interesting communication. Fur the State G. A. R. Reunion at Ellsworth, Kansas, October 8th. to 9th. $4.34 for the round trip. Fred Gardner. Agt. Santa Fe Route. The north irrigating canal is now full of water, the recent rains having started quite a volume ot water down the old Ar kansas river, from which the supply "of water for the ditch is drawn. Several members of the Masonic frater nity assisted the brethren at Ingalls in conferring the Third Degree on Wednes day evening of last week. A banquet was served in ionor of the occasion. Healey & Bigelow's Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company, which was to have been in this city the first of the week, was delayed in Garden City and will not be here until next Monday, October 5th. Secure your tickets at once for the Bee-be-Barbour entertainment Monday and Tuesday nights. They have played at Topeka, Atchinson, Leavenworth, Law rence and Hutchinson to crowded houses. A practical demonstration of budding peaches, grafting plums and apricots and raising same without expense will be giv en at the meeting of the farmers' Alliance in Dodge City on next Saturday at 3 p. m. H. N. Swan, candidate for clerk on the People's ticket, was in the city Monday, looking after his political interests. Mr. Swan is one of those pleasant, courteous genUemcn who win votes wherever they go. The Grade Bcebo'a Pullman palace car with her company of 18 people will arrive here Monday at 1:20 p.m. They are en route to the Pacific coast. They will be at the Opera House Monday and Tuesday nights. For the St Louis Fair to be held at St. Louis, Mo., October 5th. to 10th. Tick ets on sale October 3d, to 9th. ,$16.55 for the round trip. Fred Gardner, Agt. Santa Fe Route. The second annual ball of the Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen will be given some time next month. When the pleas ure loving people lemember the grand time had one year ago at their ball they will look toward this one as the coming event. A freight train on the Santa Fe, some four miles west ot this city, was wrecked on last Monday evening. The track was torn up for quite ''a distance and other slight damages resulted. Fortunately no one was injured. Next Wednesday, remember, is the graud Peoples' Party pic nic in Collars' Grove. Be up early, get in town early and be at the grove early then you will avoid the great rush which will occur later in the day. Ira Jackson has purchased the white building located about two blocks north ofahis office and the one just east of Morris Collars and will move them to the cast part of town and fit up a beautiful residence thereof. The Hutchinson Clipper of Saturday savd that the largest number of people ever assembled in the Opera House greet ed the Beebe-Barbour Company there Friday night. They will be at Kelly's Opera House Monday and Tuesday night. Go see them! J. S. Gairard, advance agent of the Beebe-Barbour Comedy Company, was in the city over Sunday, making arrange ments for the appearance of that compa ny in this city, which will occur on Mon day aad Tuesday evenings, October 5th and 6th, Numerous persons who left this coun try one and two years ago in search of a better place are now returning to old Ford county, well convinced that there are oth er places than western Kansas where they I have crop failures. Come on, there is room for all. Hon. M. A. CaahouB, candidate for judge of this judidal district, will apeak at the picnic on October 7tli. Mr. Cal houn is an eloquent speaker, and those who. dp not hear him on this occasion will miss a rare treat, as well aa the opportu nity of listening to the next judge of the 27th district; We wast to see every man ia the P pie's party raaka throw y, cat',,,,! go tQ. work. fe naTe only one month uwia which to do work. The picnic on October 7th will be the first gun of the campaign, aad from that time oa we hope to see hard, earnest work for the entire ticket. C. 3. Culver of Bucklia, oar candidate for register of deeds, baa been ia the dty the past week, gettiac acquainted with the Dodge people. Mr. Culver will poll a large vote ia the east ead of the county large enough, at aay rate, to overcome what little opposition there will be to him elsewhere. Moaday aight, "Saadewaof Old Or chard Farm" will he presented by tae Beebe-Barbour Company. Tuesday aight "A Legal Document." Theywil! he presented aa played at CladaasH, CM ago, St Leaisaad Kansas City. Phew! -WaowoaM have thought we "d two sack rascals as Bro. Sfciaa aad u Petilloa ia our midstr-Bnt, then, Bro. o telling what a newspaper fight there iit - Ught. We are anxiously will bring tu - chapter in the history awaiting the neA. .em to have been of two lives which . rather crookedly spent. y Mondav The dance given at the Tin- am- evening by the members of the ne itary Band, was a complete success,- & dally and financially. After all expenses were paid there remained a surplus of ov er 925. The boys expect to give another dance in the near future. May it be ev en more successful than this one. On last evening at the -rink, T. W. Gilruth. president of the National Citi zens' Industrial Alliance, delivered a very able address on the economic ques tions of the day. The meeting was very well attended by the voters of the dty and vicinity. Mr. Gilruth ia a very able man aad we think the seed sown by him will have a very good effect ia the coming election. Mr. C. Sayers of Ensiga was ia the dry Mondav, aad informed us that he had just finished threshing his wheat which turned 01ft a little over 3,000 bushels. Mr. 8vers, during a residence of six years in western Kansas, has never lost his faith in this country, although, like many oth era, he has met with some failures and we are glad to be able to note this evidence of hit faith being well placed. Good work has already been done in the interest of the third party. But the time is now drawing near when a showing must be made, we hope to see every man in the ranks throw off his coat and go to work in earnest and go to work to win. We already have both the old parties on the run, and now that we have them there, let us not only keep them running, but throw such energy and work into the campaign as will cause them to increase the pace. The Young People's Society of Christ ian Endeavor meets every Sunday even ing at 7 o'dock. at the Presbyterian church. Interesting exercises at each meeting. The friends of this society are anxious to increase the membership, and a cordial invitation is extended to all the young people, as well as the older ones, who feel an interest in the grand cause, to come to these meetings. Subject for Sunday, October 4th: "The Master is Come, and Calleth for Thee." A.vacant dwelling in the extreme north ern part of the city caught fire and was burred to the ground on last Tuesday ev ening. A couple of hose carts were taken to the scene of the fire, but were unable to do anything, there being no water plugs near enough to be available. It was started by a couple of sjiall boys who were playing with matches. Conflagra tions from this cause have been quite nu merous lately, and it is advisable that all parents forbid their children carrying matches for any pretext whatever. Do you farmers who live' near and trade in the smaller towns surrounding Dodge City, know that eggs have rarely sold for less than 15 cents, and are even now worth 20 cents per dozen in our market that butter is now worth 30 cents per pound, and the market not nearly sapplied that you can get more groceries, dry goods, drugs, hardware etc. for these same eggs than you can in any market within your reach? Here is the place to trade, and certainly here is the place to sell your produce Mrs. Ida Beadle will continue the dis play of millinery goods at the Fair to-day and Saturday. She certainly has a fine line of hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces etc, and the most fastidious trade can not fail to find something in the elegant dis play that will please- The opening is continued two days over the set time on account of the weather making it impos. sible for ladien from the country and even in town to te present and see the goods. Come in to-morrow and look over the store. The latest styles and most approved patterns are exhibited for your criticism. In another column in this issue will be found .the advertisement of P. S. Thome. Mr. Thome will, in the future sell gro ceries for spot cash. If you will read his prices carefully you will see that he is selling groceries at bed rock. Our people here for some time past have been paying more for groceries tuan the same goods are sold for in Bucklin, Spearville, Ford and other places and this has been tne means of losing Dodge City a considerable country trade. It has also induced several par ties to send east for their groceries. We are glad to say that you can purchase groceries just as cheap in Dodge City as anywhere. There is another fact that must be taken into consideration by the people from the country who trade here and that is; that the prices paid by our mer chants for all kinds of produce, butter. eggs, etc, are always from 20 to 80 per cent higher than surrounding towns pay, and bow that groceries are sold at the lowest figure, we predict that this trade which has been allowed to drift from us will return and will save others which have never traded in Dodge before to do so. desirable for Ladies: The new . Fashion Journals published by A. Mc- Dowdl & Co., 4 West 14th Street, New York, are again oa our table. The super iority of these journals is ahuadantly shown oa every page. "La Mode" ia the smallest of the three, aad ia inteaded for family use. It has many styles for chfld- ren, aad is only 61.50 per year, or 15 cents per copy. "La Mode de Paris" h aa el egaat Journal, filled with everything of the latest style ia Paris. This ia a great favorite with ladies who wish to keep posted ia the sew styles aa they come cat. "Album dea Modes" ia also a popular Pa risian publication, amey ladles giving it the preference. It ia replete with such styles aa are patronized by the middle classes, its designs being Beat aad plate. yet all of the richest character These three atcathly journals claim to give the earliest fsshioss, aad they areellpriateJ ia Paris. They ccataialeasoaaia practi cal dKSsmsklag. which are of iacompar bte value aad eesy to aaeerataad. "La Mode de Paris" aad the "Attaai act Modes" are each HM per ninm. orSS cents for a ajaajle copy. Saatates sea he obuiaed from the heme at jsaaja espy pSMM X IM SMfiit Aa ah Exherter- Ukder the caption of 'To Farmers in the People's Party,' Brother Shinn en ters the pulpit and delivers some horta tory remarks. There was no evidence 1. . .. . ' mourners were at tne benen,- nor that anybody by him addressed was so liciting such an, exhortation. On the contrary, they were going about with happy hearts and clear consciences, hav ing "accepted the true faith" gladly. Why then doth he preach? Because ia t branch of the political church where .jje jyorter holds faith, converts are sadly neea!1' In f,ct there must be a revival or the urch doors will have to ,T.Bentlyc,osed So he lifts his hands and cries 0?t. S if he sought there by to serve the Lord, nd asks the farm ers, whose Alliance moyeiSent on the same day he elsewhere sneers at and de rides, thct they now, this time, Jf never again, come to the rescue of the truly good ticket, to tThich the exhorter points withpride. Roliinghfaeyesheavenward he aays: "Every vote you take from us is haUavoteforthisrlng." BrotherShinh, come doWB from that pedestsl and be calm. Why not join the ranks of those 'you address so beseechingly? You say: "The Peoples party ticket u composed of men against whom we have nothing to say." Remember it was first in the field you knew then, as well as bow, its good qualities; you knew then, as well as now the dangers you depreciate; why did you not decide to help elect it and thus, as you claim, purify Ford county politics? It is not yet too late. We will let you in at the eleventh hour. Come in, broth er, on probation. Col- Hurd's Narrative Lewis Post of the Grand Army has in times psst done the citizens of Dodge many favors in the line of popular enter tainment, but she suroassed herself ou Tuesday evening, when she presented Col. Hurd, one of our honored citizens, in the role of a narrator of personal re miniscences. CoL Hurd's experiences in the beginning of the war were only those of thousands of other meu. but iu mem orizing important details and rehearsing them for the entertainment of an audi ence, he stands alone among the brother hood of old soldiers who attempt to en tertain their comrades' by story-telling. Col. Hurd succeeded admirably in hold ing the undivided interest of his com rades, which was expected but he did much more than this, for the entire audi ence seemed to be fixed in attention like statues of marble. Mrs- J. A. Arment, by her vivid, vocal rendering of the old "Prison Song" in opening, partly pre pared the audience for the remarkable control exerted by the speaker. Miss An na Owen delighted the entire house by the very artistic and expressive preludes, interludes and accompaniments executed by her upon the organ. Miss Anna is a valuable aid in these home entertainments and is sure of proper appreciation by our citizens. In behalt of our citizens we thank Lewis Post in general and those who entertained us so agreeably on Tues day evening in particular for their unit ed efforts to please the public. While upon this subject we may state that Lew is Post has a proper committee at work, with Mr. Juneau at its head, who arran ged this flue entertainment and who have already mapped out a regular series of such for the coming season. Royal atchoes Abnndance of rain last week and the farmers know how to appreciate a good rain. It means a large acreage of wheat put out this fall. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smiley were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lierle last Sun day. Prof. Alfred Prather of Belle precinct was meandering in our vicinity last week. Mr. 8. R. Bright attended the republi can convention at Jetmore last Tuesday. He reports a grand time. Mr. Warren P. Lierle of Wright's Sta tion was a visitor in our vidnity last Sun day. Mr. Jacob Vauce was visiting bis lady fnend in Dodge City last Sunday. Misses Clara and Maggie Wray arc at tending school in Dodge City. Mr. Henry Schmid was reported on the sick list last week. Messrs. C. Phlpps and Jacob Rice were busily engaged making hay last week. C. E. Smiley and Add. Lierle drove down to Dodge City last Saturday to get the latest news. James Zerbe and family and S. R Ging- rick and family left for Florida last Mon day, where they intend to reap a great fortune' raising oranges. Miss Aggie Griffeth of Missouri arrived here recently to spend the winter. Miss Ella Lierle of Pueblo, Colo., ar rived in our vicinity last week on a visit. Commissioner C. E. Smiley has forty tons of hay in the stack. "Charlie believes .in making hay while the wind blows. Quite a number of the old hay-seeds are going to attend the Alliance picnic in Dodge City on October 7th. Peach Pie. Bucklin Items. A fine large rainiest Saturday. Plowing is now the order of the day. Everybody is preparing to put out a largo crop, A brother of E. S. Howell from Ohio, is here on a visit. Miss Ora Pedrick returned to her home in Minneola last Wednesday. Some few days ago John Tarbox fell from a task tower, dislocating his hip. besides other injuries, but nothing seri ous. Jobs Fisher is practicing his avocation as a toBSorial artist on North Main street. Jim Emmons is attending the United SUtes court at Wichita as juror. Rev. Swaa of Heasbon, Harvey county, held divine services last Sunday. Aa effort will be made next Wednesday sight to resurrect the Epworth League. Oh! bat wasn't that a lovdy rain ot last week. The rata of last week has set the plows to going. A large acreage of wheat etc is goUg to be put out, T. J. Bray ia laid up with rheumatism Mrs-VaaZaadt J. F. Bryan's sister, left Tuesday for Colorado aad the west. A P. Davis' ,BOB-in-law, Churchill Head, is ia the vidaity agaia. One by oas they are returning. The ssaawabowastae farm where Mr. Wmiatd lives is here looking after it S. O. Clark left Tuesday for Florence aadsMdorado. He is looking for a loce nea for a Racket store. J Miss aalsworth Appersoa w speeding e law days wMB Mead. See leaves ia 1" - ' -. ' a short time for Mextm te Jeia er. LdVAppersea has laaached late the U very business, he having bought Al. Clark out. Born, to the wife of Geo. Christopher of KingsdowB oa September 19th, a girl. Father aad child are doing well. R 8. Crane of Dodge City registered at the St Charles last week. A few members of the G. A. R. aad 8. V. from here attended the G. A. R. blow out at Dodge City Tuesday. The wedding found elsewhere is BOt the one we had reference to some time since. Married: Gordon Sibley. A quiet wedding took place at the home of the bride Monday evening, September 28th, a few of their most intimate friends be ing present The interested parties were W. H. Gordon of Cleveland, O., and Miss Ida E. Sibley of this place. Rev. a H. Westfall officiating. The groom ia well known here aad south of here, he haviag formerly lived ia Clark eouatya tew years since. The hridcu the only daughter of M. M. Sibley aad is well knows la this and Clark county. Their many Meads extend the usual coBgratulatJoas. Bbxabxxb, Jb. . THE PICNIC. The Date is Wednesday, October 7, Are you pre- o to ho M-A ' jam. present? It will be -undoubtedly the most en tertaining affair given this season, No pains or expense will be spared to make it a grand success. Good speakei-s will talk to the people on the important principles ad vocated by the People's Party. Collar's Grove is the place where the picnic is to be held. Bring your baskets, as dinner will be taken on the grounds. The Military Brass Band of this city will iurnish the music. Don't miss this oppor tunity to en joy yourself. . Remember the date is . t a Wednesday, October. 7. ti 1m-L;1 V Wr AvM ggMHuuU 'u . WC1 j -jm m -':.'' Wit If during the entire period of the New York Store's career it has never received so many kind words, such flattering encouragement and such substantial tokens of hearty ap-V proval in the principal shape of public pat ronage than it does now? Why, read the -below bargains and you will see why we are increasing our trade each day. THIS We are selling some nice double-width plaid and striped Flannels at 25c yd; an elegant line of plaid and stripped Delanes at 12c yd; in Shirtings we have a very nice line with border at 25c yd; we sell you a good, solid red flannel for 25c yd. Another bargain 50 pieces Calico -at 3c yd; 100 bales Cotton pieces Cotton Flannel Jacket aad Cloak Depoiimsnt we have some bargains. All parties who wish to economize should call on us. - We are selling for a short while only One lot Children's Cloaks, $1.49 worth $3 One lot Misses' Cloaks, One lot Ladies' Cloaks, Our Shoe and Boot Departmi We are agents for ards, such as Burt & Sely & Schwab. 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