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POINTER NO. 133. Activity ia contagcous. Arrangements for a spirited, -vigorous and active spring busi ness are now being formulated .here. Advance shipments of Waist Silks, Packs, Pequcs, Pei- calfcs, Toile Du Nord Ginghams, Dress Goods and Dress Trim. mings, wcrc unpacked '.yester day; As you are possibly aware, there is a decided pre disposition in favor of Silks, a partiality for Silks, a fondness for Silks, and a liking for Silks, a leaning' towards Silks, and a tendency t wear Silks for Waits and Dressesjt a greater extreme than has ever been known before The prices so Jow furnish' grounds for the wildest speculation and predic tion as to the eagerness and aptitude with which these beau tiful, practical fabrics will be received by people of moderate means The assortments here are larger anb more varied than anywhere else the silks firmer and a little wider and the price so low that Gingnams cease to be an economy. 20- inch Pure Silk "Kai-Kai" (washable) 35c yd. This price should enable every one to have at one silk waist at least. 21- inch Pure Silk "Habuitai," (washable.) Twenty-Five designs 45c yd. Ascarcity of these "Jap" silks is predicted, so an early choice would no doubt be judicious. (Sigaed tee LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Managers. CfltJflTV KEW.w t ROJl OCB EX-CHANGES, ylvla Bannor. ' Messrs. A. N. Ilontz and Jnmea Roberts made a bu: Inesstrip to Hutch inson Monday. ' Mrs. E. E. Hopper and bbies of Preston are visiting the family of Jeff Bower this week. Jeff Bower was In Hutchinson Wednesday, being examined for an in crease in his pension. Eldon Forney, after undergoing a very severe surgical operation some time ago, was on the streets Monday. We are glad to see him out again. J. II Elkin started for his claim in the strip the first of the week. While we are loath to lose such men as Mr. Elkin, we congratulate bis neighbor hood on securing such a good citizen, and wish him well in his new home. On Monday evening of last week a number of Invited guests gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gilles pie and spent a very enjoyable even Inc. As the merry crowd departed the sentiment was general that a more pleasant time could not have ben had. Thursday evening a large crowd gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John McLean and spent a very pleas ant evening. Dancing and card play ing were the principle amusementa. Late in the evening refreshments were served, to which all present did ample justice. Sickness in this community is abat- Miss Anna Garber has been quite sick the past week. Mrs. Crotts entertained visiting friends the latter days of last week. Nelson Barr has recoved from his re cent sick spell sufficiently to visit town. Two of the children of W. B. Hem- phill has been sick but are now con valescent Rpvfirftl dlRt.rlcr. nnhnntn In thin mm. munity will closa about the end of the present month. It was a thoughtful ground-hog that pulled the hole in after it, otherwise it migut nave got frozen. This lathe kind of weather that in variably rostores the oldest inhabi tant to his pristine glory. There has been somewhat of a dearth in the grain market of late probaly on account of the cold weather. Irrigaton In this section of the coun try is becoming one of the most import ant prooiems confronting, me progres sive farmer. Miss Lucy Branstetter, one of the estimable voung ladies of Cunningham spent Sunday in. Pretty Prairie the guest 01 Mrs. JMDury, The recent cold snap was bard on house planes. The average house wife has a doleful "tale to told" about having lost bes most valuable plants of late. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of letters re mainingin the Hutchinson postoffice Feb. 21, 1895: ' ladies' list. B ikT, Vr. 1 ncy Headier, Bottle H" " -i- Dank. Mr. A.B. GalbreaUl, Mn A Hammond, Miss Parla ...j una Newett. Miss Mattie IIiiiduinHon Airs inna Knox, Mrs Moore, Mrs. 1 lar Wilson Gertrude gentlemen's list. Anderson & Smith HatterBhell. -I. Brown 0'htckca Ciaig, J. V. Prick. Willinm Holt. Jen Kroul, I. It. Lewis, K. 8. Slater, A. A. West. Goodwin Williams, Jo n Willmott, Robert Willm t. IT. Zimmerman, Chas. L Butterfield. A. L. Boyd, W. C. Collins, J. C. Ilevenunlch, Patrick Gibson. Thomas T, Jobneon, E.C. Laming, Cass Moore, Ava Thomas, John W. Weathelmer, Max Wltkanky.M. Wood, tjlarenoe E. Young L. 1). . Parties callins for any ot the above named letters will please say, adver tised. Eli Mead, P. M. JUarrlovae Licenses. Since our last report the following licences to wed have been issued: , D.D. Downing of Gault. Mo., and Laura Gray of Turon. Ear nest Hill and Nellie Turkle of Clay rownship. I. P. Puterbaugh of McPherson, and Rebecca Ebbert of Nlckerson. Brehm's garden seeds are in pack age or bulk. Rarrton Subscribers Jf B. We have placed the accounfs of our Burrton subscriber? with J. E. Sulli van, who is authorized to collect and and receipt for any money paid him. He will make a personal call on all who aro In arrears. Please be ready for him. Tom fl a veil subscribers. You will find your account with Geo. May, who is authorized to receipt you for any monies paid him on sub scriptions. Tried & True may well be said of the Superior Medicine, . the standard blood-purifier, fc9 5ARSAPAR I LLA Its long record assures you that what . haa cured others will cure you Whnla Woman ( an Dd I want lad v friends to know of the new field now open for them. In the past 6 tnon bs we have made a profit of $907.02 after paying all expenses All our sales haye been rnpde at home, not having canvassed any. My oil! cial duties calling me away most ot the time, I left the Dish Washer busi ness in my wife's control with the above results, The business Is rapidly increasing, and will continue to grow until every family has a Climax Dish Washer. Not a day passes but what we sell one or two and some daya fifteen or twenty Dish Washers. It's easyselllug what everbodv wants to buy. You can wash and dry the dishes perfectly in two minutes. For particulars, address the Climax Mfg. Co., Colurrbus, Ohio. Get a sample Washer and you can't help but make money. Tbey only cost o. xou may just as well be making $5 a day as do ing nothing. A Ors-al J. M. Brehm will sell at his ranch north of Hutchinson, early in March. 20 bead ot young work Horses 4 10 0 years old, weighing from 8 to 12 bun died pounds. Nice bays, browns, sor rels, blacks and greys. Some of them are young mares in foal. 8 bead 01 worn mules, iat as moies. 4 head of ridinz ponies, well broke to ride or drive. 4 bead of Jersey cows, elegant milk ers. 1 Jersey bull (pure blood) 1 year old. 1 Durham bull. 1 Herford bull (pedigreed.) 10 head of milk cows (Durham.) 15 head of .extra fine Poland china sows, weight about 200 to 300 lbs. safe in pig. . . 20 head of youe rolanu China snoau male and female. 2 head of Poland (pedigreed) boars one and two years old. 200 to 200 ids. Call and see LSrehm at bis new quarters in the "Grand" rooms, where there are unprecedented. Dargains. The greatest bargains now offered to young old in our great line of nice dishes now on exnlbition. Public Sale. I will sell at public gale at my farm five ana one-Malt miles nortuwest or Hutchinson, on TIIUR8DAY, FEB. 28, 1895, the following property, to-wit: 15 head oi Dorses ana mules, so neaa or came, consisting of good milk cows, steers and heifers; 140 head of hogs, consisting of 20 high bred brood sows. 10 nigh bred boars. 1 Cheater White boar, and 110 bead of stock bogs or all sizes. Alto B farm wagons, 1 spring wagon. 1 hog wagon, 1 riding cultivators, 3 walking cultivators, 4 Bets of work harness, 1 set single harness, 2 harrows, 2 stirring plows, 1 lister, 1 two-row sled cultivator, 1 double shovel, 1 five-tooth cultivator 1 hay rake. 1 go-devil, 1 mower. 100 bushels seed corn, and many othet arti& les too numerous to mention. Free lunch, at 12 o'clock. Terms of Sale: All sums of $5.00 nnd under cash. All sums of over (5.00 a credit of nine months will be given without interest if paid when due; if not paid wheu due, 10 percent, interest from date of note. 10 per cent, off for cash on all sums over $5.00. Purchaser must give bankable note, and- no property to be removed until terms or sale are com plied with. PETER SHAFEK. Ii. 8. Kbnt, Auctioneer, residence 301 7th avenue west. D. W. Kent, clerk. Sale to commence at 10 a. m. Public Sale. I will offer nt public sale at my farm 4 miles north li miles east of Plevna, and 3 miles east and 3 miles south of Huntsville, sale, to commence at 10 o'clock on Tuesday Feb. 20, 1895 the following property: One good span of mules. One dun mare, 6 years old. One dun gelding, 3 years old. One colt, 2 year old in the spring. One bay home, 9 year old. Two good milch cows. One heifer. One bull. Three calves. Nine stock hogs. One top buggy. One Bain wagon. Two cultivators. One scooter. Two 6 tooth cultivators. Twobreak'ng plows. One sulky plow. Two walking plows. One horse rake. One hay rack. One McCormick binder. Two harrows. One lister. One stalk cutter. Two sets work harness. One set single harness. Seed oats. ' Seed corn. Hay and fodder. Other article too numerous to men tion. teujis of bale: All sums of $5 and under cash. All sums over $5 a credit of nine months will be given without interest if paid when due, if not so paid 10 per cent interest from date of note. 10 perceut per annum oil for cash on all sums over 15. Purchaser to give bankable note, and no property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. GEO. WARNER.' 3. W. Stauffer, Auct. Hog lor Rale. Thoroughbred Poland-China pigsfor sale both sexes, at my farm 6 miles southeast of Haven, or address Vv'm. Magulre. tf- River Side Elevao- ana FecU Mill I want to announce to the public that I am now ready to grind all kinds of feed, at my mill and elevator in South Hutchinson. Cash paid for all kinds ol grain, tf. P. A. Fr.ocms Shoe Btpalrer. J. W. Hufline, opposite old court house, does all kinds of boot 2nd shoe repairing. Prices cheapest on earth. 31-tf. RAILROAD TIME TAGLES. U'J.KIoLvSli No 20, Mml in' Kxpreji).. Dill'iH . ii . in. l:-i. ) ia. 11 . hi b. m, psparh, . : . ! in t : r' II. in. :-' p. in. nil. -n, iiKUt , .(.., No w, r'roight Aro .' . . .. .hi. No. ll. Mull anU Kxprc.. No :s, Do.iKeUiy axprea. .wuirig'ii ao. inn No. !3 runs mrut.if.. lo Dodge ( Uy r.a l'Ol. Mn. .Isnd'-M'ls ly except Su 'il ty. M13SOUKI PACIFIV. NO. 4M, Scuvui -l. LouU Ex EAHTHIiltKIl f0. Hii Wlouiii 4 K, l,, ICC'III- W:o. u m "; p m. mn latum, lim os WIjj.Knll n. NO. 45.1. Si. Lui.ii .( Humor Kr Net. 4i, Wlcbits Avciimmodsuuu i.JJl. Ill 11:. up. ro. w:ti o in, no. 4iio. wy f r.i'ttlit. lii-.nrt , Trains No. 4.U i. ami i a,i.. t u... dsys, t)rs un ibrouirli to St. LouU without ensnge Chair Cars io Denver (roe of eoarge. Tills l tn short Hue to all uoliMa wert I" l LsiMDcn, Ageut. u. O. Townsbmd. Ooii. Fss Aent HUTAHl.NdO.N ASOUTtmil,. No. i. 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Baco-Curo Is not a substitute, Dut a scientific cure, tnut cures witu out the aid ot will powec and with no inconvenience, it leaves toe system as pure and free from nicotine as the day you tons, your first chew or smoke. bom Dy all druggists, witu our iron clad guarantee, at 81.00 per box. three boxeB, (thirty days treatment,) 92 60 or sent aireor. upon receipt or price SEND SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOR SAMPLE BOX, BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE, Eureka Chem leal & Manufacturing Cumpany, Man ufacturing Chemists, La Crosse. Wis consin. 22 tf. At (he Universalis! Cburrb. There will be regular services at the Lniversalist church nextsunday morn and evening. Fuanoes Brant. tf. Pastor. Brehm iow has a full invoice of field andgardeu seeds. Call on. . . S. E. OVERSTREET, 118 N. Main at. When in need of repairing on watches, clocks and jewelry. All work war ranted. Farm lug- by Irrigation la (tie Ban Litis Valley.' The San Luis Valley in Southwestern Colorado, is a great level plain as large 88 the State of Connecticut, surrounded by ranges of lofty mountains, and Is watered by the Bio Grande River and a score of tributary streams. It was tue bottom of a great sea, whose deposits have made.the soil many feet iu depth The great deposits of snow on the moun tains melt and provide the irrigating canals witb water lor the farmer g orop Almost perpetual sunshine and an eleva tion of about seven thousand leet dispel all malaria. There are no chinch bugs, potato bugs, weevil or bog cholera there. Flowing artesian wells are secured at a dnpih, on an average, or aiout one hun dred feet, and at a cost of $25 each. They are used for irrigating yards, garden anil vegetable crops. The greater tne depth the stronger the pressure. The City of Alamosa, containing twelve Hundred people, is irrigated and supplied from one such well. The wator is pure and soft. Several thousand miles of irrigat. ing canals have already been built, and several nundred thousand acres ot ian made available for farming. Irrigation is an insurance agninst failure of crops. Success is a question only of tbe applica tion of water. The loss of the corn crop in the State of Kansas this year more than equals the cost of irrigating cnnal adequate to snpply the entire state. The Sun Luis Valley grows immense crops oi spring whenf, ouU, bnrlev, peas, alfalfa; nil kinds of vegotablts and potatoes yield the best Colorado product. The small frnits and the hardier varieties of apples and pears do exceedingly well. Forty acres with a perpetual water rifjht is enough land for the farmer of ordinary meat s. At the present time ponltiy, hojS, dairyinir ami potatoes tli'onld be specialties. The local markets consume most of the farmer's product. Prices are from ten to fifty percent, higher than in tha Missouri Valley, and the yield more than fifty per c nt. greater. In cludic,; such water rights, such lands are sellings: $15 per acre on time. With $200 in cash, whpn the farmer arrives in the valley, his wny is clear to immediate succefs. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad has four lines radiating from Alamo-;a. No company is more enter prising, better managed, cr more popu lar wi n i's pntrons. WE WIU, TAKE YOTJ To Oalif br xiia, Uiieuply, Q lickly, C imiortably OK the PHILLIPS-ROCK ISLAND TOURIST EXCURSIONS. PUPA D Be-anse the rate In WntiMr Bleeping Car l but So.00. f III O if B'-funde yon travel an the VwlvK rsiet trans that run. COLT FORT ahroTghtt FO0RTKEN YEARS' RECORD Over JOO.000 a reidj carried snd all like the ervlce. Oar Leayfw CIIICAOO-Every Tuendjy Vis Beautiful Indian Territory, Texas THE 80NNY SOUTH LINE. . Car Leaves CHICAGO Every Thursday TlaColorsdo and the 8ceolc Route. Special manager goes each trip, to care for the many wants of the passen gers en route. 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We also havo an Immense nock of Canon City Wclr City, Osaire City, KIch II 111, Onita, Coa H 111, Pennsylvania A n thracite, Mexican Anthra i tic C. W.STiilEHODB, House, Sign and Carriaze painting. Plain and Decorative 1'apt.r Hanging. Buggies Harness ' Second hand buggies and. har ness for wale at half their value. Second Hand Buggies and Humes bought and sold. First South of postofllce. SHERIFF'S SALE OP REAL ESTATE. First publication Feb. 7, IW. Ko.OftiS. Jonah Foisoy, Plaintiff. vs. David Van Mlarcom, Josephine K. Van Blar come andT C.OIIloek, Defendants. Pnbllc notice is hereby given, that on Wednesdsy, the '3th day of March 18U3, at IU o'cluck a m., 1 will offer at public ulc, at the esst door of the building no nttd as a conrt hotue, in Ihe city of Hutohlnson, Kanaaa, and roll to the highest bidder, Uhout apprnlse lent for cash in hind, Ihe folio lng Ucnorlhcd real estate, to-wlt: Theeant balf () of Ihe nonheatt quarter (') ol section. No. ihlrty-three (44) and the south hslf (M) of the southwest (!) of ec tlon No. twenty-sercn ('.(7) all In towu.hlp No. twenty-two () south In ran its No. .even (7) west of tbetfth p. m. In iteno comity, Ksnssg. Said property wil. be sold nndersnd by rtne of an order of sale, htsued out of the district conrt of Iteno county, Kansas, to satisfy a Judgment obtained in said court on the lth day of Jannarv A. D. 196 st the January terra of court, by Jnah Foster, sgulnst David Van Ularcom and Josephine Van Dlaroom for the sum of one thonaand nine hundred llfty-seven dollars and twenty cnts, debt, tog.tlier with cost of suit snd Interest at tho rate of eirht per cent pet annum, from the date of Judmcnt; and a further decree f Bald conrt. charging said described real entate with tha pament of aald debt and cost of auit, sa a lien thereon. Given under mv hand, at my omce In tun city of llatchinsco, K.iua), this 5th day of KetnTury J. VJ. rATTS. Sheriff of keao County. Davidscs ft Williams, Attys ! r Plaintiff. Fifty Tbrca Mllea Ibe Khorlest. The L., K. & St. L. C. R R.. "Air Line," is fifty-thr-e milea the shortest route between St. Louis snd Louisville, and iu the only line mnniug Two folid Trains Daily between thece cities. Day tniins lire Yeslilmled throughout, and equipped with parlor and dining cars; night trains curry Elegant Pullman Sleepers, lighted by .em, unci make close connection at Louisville with the funimn "F. F. V.Limiti-d" vi the U. ii O. Ity. For full mforamtion, consult your ticket nirent sr address I!. A. Campbell, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, ilo. Sweet corn, wax and string beans, esrlv nnd ( rr", bulk or r.: U.s. e al Vai1u ifcuil'Uo. a. FARMS! FARMERS!! Have you been to mill? I will srive you in exchange for a bushel of No. 2 uara Wheat 33 lbs of Bon Ton or Santa Fe Patent Flour, 33 lbs. Air Belt or 42 lbs of Commercial. 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