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if i,jJi . COAL! COAL! COAL! At $9.00, $9.50 and f 10.50 per ton for the next 90 days. Now is the time 'to get your coal of the Chicago Lumber Co. 300D RESULTS IN EVERY CASE. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paperdealer of Chattanooga. Tenn.. writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold, that settled on his lungs; bad tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, did so, and was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for all coughs and colds with best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at C. H. -Martin & Bro's. Drug Store. 6 ' ZW WHITE GOODS. A new lot of white dress goods and embroideries, lin ens and towels, just received at the brick store. Now is the time to buy cheap. We never will know whether tame grass will grow and do well in Thomas count)' unless farmers sow the s-eed. Woodruff & Tate have a big lot of grass seeds of all kinds, and will sell in any quantity at low figures FARM LOANS At 7 per cent and a reasonable commis sion onh' one mortgage taken. F. C. Finxkkiy, Near Brick Hotel. Life will acquire new est. fulness return, if vou will and cheer impel our liver and kidnes to the performance ot their functions" Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidnev Balm will stimulate them to healthy action. 1.00 per bottle. Straight Goods. We never promised a man a certain loan on a certain day but "what the money w:is readv for him promptly when the day came. No putting off, no delay, no cutting dovn of the loan. I promise what I know I can perforin and I fulfill sill my promise!. If vou want the best ratea'on FARM LOAS to be had in Colby, come and i ee inc. If you want fair dealing, call. Yours truly, F. C. FlXJCEUTY. AN END TO BONE SCRAPING. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg. II! . ays: "Ilavinj; received to much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a lunningsnrc on my leg for eight 3ears; nry doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or my leg amp utated. I used instead three bottles of Electric bitters and seven boxes Buck len's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now -sound and well." Electric bitters are Mild at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Safe at 35 cents per box by C. II. Martin & Bro. 5 The "Life of the flesh is the blood thereof," pure blood means healthy func tional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from' sick ness or" accident. Dr. J. H. McLean 's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Turi fier gives pure rich blood, and vitalizes and strengthens the whole bod. 1.00 per bottle. NOTICE NO. 8253. U. S. Land Ollice, "Wa-Keencv, Kaus.. Feb. 8, ISbT. Complaint haUnxbccn entered at tins ollice by Frederick C. Fiostaulnst George Lenhart Tor abandoning his homestead entry No. 12173, dated April 10th, ISMS, upon the nv 4 M-etion W, town-hip 10 south, range 35 west, in Thom as count)-, Kansas, with a iev to the cancel lation of said entry; the said parties are here in Mimnioncd to appear at this oflice on the bthdu) of March, 1W7, at 1 o'clock p. m. to re-pond and furnish testimony concerning stud alleged abandonment. W. H. Pilkinton, Kcceicr. ."i!-.r4Feb21 NOTICE-HOMESTEAD NO. 7471. U. S. Land Oilico, Oberlin, Kans.. January 25, 1887. Complaint having been entered at this oflice It) Emma Miller against Henry Hern aban doned Ins homestead entry No. 5020, dated Sept. 21, 1S85, upon the so " section 14, town ship 0 south, range 35 west, in Thomas county Kaus., with a iew to the cancc lation oC said entry; contestant alleging abandonment; that neither he nor any other legal men bcr of his family is residing on the land at the pres ent time The said parties atv hereby summoned to appear before the Probate Judge of Thomas county. Kansas, on the 8th day of April. 1887, at 10 o'clock u. in., to respond and furnish tes timony co icernmg 6aid alleged failure. Tes timony should be returned to tais oflice on or beforo April 22d, 1887. for action of this office. A. L. Patchik, Register. M. L. Laccy .51-54Feb23 Cor.BY, Kans., Feb. 10, 1887. I, Thomas Fox, of Colby, Kans., who made settlement an improvement upon the nw h of section 21, town", south of range 32 west, the same being special school land, do hereby gie notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove my -residence and cultivation before tho probate fudge of Thomas county. Kansas, at Colby, Kansas, on Aur 1 16th. 1187, by two or the lol lowing witnesses: E. Halliday, of Gem, Kans, M. W . Witham. ot Colby, Kans., Andrew Heed ot Colby, Kans., J. V. Ellsworth, of Gem, Kans. Thomas Fox. W G Porter. Notice No. 7365. U. S. Land Office at Oberlin, Kans., Jan. 14. 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office oy Frederick u Trost against Henry Haascfor abandoning his homestead entry No,7847 dated Feb. 0, 188. upon the 6w sec 32, town south, rangeA5 west, in Thomas county Kans. w 1th a lew- to the cancellation of sale" entrv: Contestant alleging that Henry Haase has not established a residence on said land since making said cntrj ; and neither has defendant nor any member of his famil) has not resided on said tiact for more than 6 months last uit. Tho said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this Office on the lli day of .April 1N7, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and fur nish testimony concerning said alleged aban donment, Ttllt Scott, Hecener. W A Wilson l-56Fcb 24 NOTICE NO. 8254. U. S. Land Office. Wa-Kecney. Kas.. , , , Feb. 8, 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office by Heun H. Ross against John F. Sorge for abandoning his homestead entry No. 7684, -dated Jlaj 4th, 1885, upon the sw qr section 12, township 10 south, range 35 wist, in Thomas county, Kansas, with a view to the cancella tion of said entry; tho said parties are herubv Aiiinmoned to appear at this loffice on Ithe 20 day or March, 18S7, at 1 o'clock p. m. to re spond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. -,.. W. H. Pilkcton, Receiver. ol-.4Feb24 CAROLINE LARK, vs. JOHN C. WILSON. Before N. J. Adams, a Justice of the Peace f Morgan Township. Thomas coun ty, Kansas. Said defendant is hereby notified that on the 21st day of January, A. D. 1887, an order of at tachment and garnishment fwr the sum of $115.00 with twelve per cent per annum from the 5th oay of June, A. D. 1SS6, was issued by the above named justice of the peace against his goods in the above entitled action, and that said cause will bo heard on the 18th day of March, 1687. Cabounk Labs. A'-test: N.J. Adams, Justice of the Peace. 50-5Sfl7 pi-iafiwwi I' i ., . "iwi.gaagPiwiw'iL' iff ss&sw - jk-?33k rr vsr &&$Z&&2&1 ys&g&bsz&sz ?fr . J. W. ALLEN & SONS, Fashionable - Merchant : Tailors, Latest styles of spring and summer goods on hand. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. A TXT CTJAHA1TTKED. I. H. BULLERS, DEALER IN Garden and Field Seeds, Hardware, Stoves, Impl'ts. The seeds handled aro not commission goods, but new and fresh. Come and buy early while there is a good assortment. Prices low. Farmers who have had experience in using various rod plows, declare that the Cricket Breaker is tlie strongest, runs the easiest and does the best work. I also have the Flying Dutchman Sulky Plow, which only needs to be mentioned. Call and get prices befoie buj ing. South of town pump, Colby, Kansas. D.H. HULL, President. THOMAS COUNTY BANK. Colby, Kans. Does a general banking business. Bus and sells exchauge. Pays interest on time deposits. Loans made ou chattel secureties. Special atten tion given to collections. SECOND DOOR NORTH OF BRICK STORE. H. D. BEAN & SON, DEALERS IN Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips, Combs, Brushes, Harness Oil and Sweat Pads, Etc. Manufacturers of Light and Heavy Harness. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. First Door East of Windsor House, Colby Kansas, ISAAC MULHOLLAND, DEALER IN Western Lands, HAVE TRACTS OF 160 Acres up to 5,000 Acres For sale. Investments made for individuals and syndicates, and satisfaction guaranteed. Farm Mortgage Loans Negotiated and First !&fc Mortgage Notes for sale. B3T Agent for the sale of lots in the town of MYSTIC, air line midway between Colby and Hoxie. No other town miles. Correspondence solicited. Addeess, DRUGS! Walker & "STousse Keep a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. COLBY PAGE & SHitlU. -DEALERS,IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, COAL AND HARDWARE. Monument, Kans. Chas. Page, J. L. Greenfield. 7c I. H. BULLERS. W. S. FERGUSON, Cashier. located on an within sixteen ISAAC MULHOLLAND, HOXIE, SHERIDAN CO., KANSAS. DRUGS ! KANSAS- -i',t'rv-;v'yTjr '-tFt - ? -; r'.H.. x. . :tp:: .: 75 ? v iPfe ss, ssfrl Alias .NotioirNo.. fetf - in 8. LaadOMee at Otoctta K Complaint bavins been attend at this oafee for abandoning his homestead entry No. M33. dated Mav 28, 1885, upon the nw qr see. 18. town? south, range 34. west, in Thomas coZ Kansas with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that defendant nas iaiiea to esuuuisn a residence thereon at any time since making- said entry. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 10th day of March. 18CT, at 10 o'clocc a. m.. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment A. L. Patchik, Begister. Parker k McBride. 49-SSfeblO Notice No. 7092. U. S. Land office Oberlin Kansas. Xoticeis hereby given that the following nwnca seiner uus niea nonce or nis intention to make final proof in suDDort of his claim. and that said proof will be made before Judge oi uisinci court or in nis UDence tne Clerk thereof at Colby Kansas, on Men. 29. 1887, viz: William H Klngery D 8 1440 fo- the sw qr sec 7, town 8 south, range 35 west. He names the following witnesso to nrnrn his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion oi, said land, viz: K u Klliott, Andrew Greepe, Benjamin Kershaw and George j.udu3, an oi nugncs, ivan: A. L. Patchin, Register W G Porter. 49-MfeblO Notice No. 71.. U S Land Office. Oberlin Ka. Dec. 14. 1886 Ceniplainthavnur been entered at this office by Andrew B.ittrrfinc nirnint Peter Dempsey tor iumnrtotunjr nis nomestetui entry To. 4217 duted July 11. lijN'i, upon tho seqr "sec 2, t-vni south, ranpelM west, in Thointt countv Kans, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; Contestant sillejripg that defendnnt has not made cttleuient upon said tract, that he ims not been upon said claim rr six months last past. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at thi office on the 10 day of March 1887, at 10 o'clock, a m, to respond and f urnih testimony concerning said nlleuetl abandon ment. A. L. Patciiiv, Register Washburn 4W.1 Keb3 Notice No. 7426. U. S. Land Office. Oberlin. Kans. Jan. 20. 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office by Peter Gabus against Willium F Locke for abandoning his H E entry No ."414, dated Sept. 15, 1885, upon the so qr sec 12. town 9 south, range )1 et. in Thomas coun ty, Kana, with a iew to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleidng that tho said Wm F Locke has wholly abandoned aid tract, that be has changed his r sidence therefrom for more than six months since making said entry, that said ti act is not settled upon and cnltiatcd as required by law. The said parties are hereby summoned to ap pear at his office on the 11th dajof Match 1887, at ten o'clock a. m , to icnond and fur nish testimony concerning Mii(lallcj.'ed aban donment. A. L. Patchin, Register. wtld Rros., 48-5ireb.J Notice For Publication No. 70SG. Land Office at Oberlin, Kansas, Feb. :$, 1887. Notice is hereby given that tho following named settler uas tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof w ill be made befoie Pro bate Judge Thomas Co., Ks. at Colby, Kansas, on March IB), 1887, iz: Christopher If, Kirk, H K7Wk rorthe sw qr sec 31, Town 7 south, ramre 34 west. He names the following witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residenccupon.and cultivation of, said lttiid. iz: Klbridge L Rhodes, Chus N. Jenne. H J Miles, George Pfrimmer all of Col- Dy, Kansas. A. L. Patchix. Register. Finnerty 4fW4fcbl0 Notice, For Publication No. 7000. Land Office. Oberlin. Kan., Feb. 3, 1888. Notice is hereby gi en that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proo" 'r iport of his claim and that jo.d proof ivlllb. .nade before Pro bate Jucve ot Tnomas counts at Colby. Kans. on April !(!, 1887, viz: Conrad Wagner, II E 7440 for. thesw qr ec , town 7 south, range 3. w. Henry A. Trump. D S 2200 on same land is notified that unless he appears at the same time and ploee his D S will be canceled. Me names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, iz: Michael Trump and Peter E Trump, of Copeland, Kan., John Iilake and Henry Blake, ot Colli, Kansas. A. L. Ptchin, Register. F. C. Finnerty. 4'-54fcbl0 Notice for Publication No. 7081. Land Office at Oberlin, Kan., Feb. 3, 1887. Notice is hereby gi en that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in suptoit of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Piobatc judge Thomas County Kansas, at Colby, Kan., on March 2rt. 1887. viz: Charles Pearson, H. E. 3177, for the nw qr section 11, tw n 6 south, range 32 w est. He names the following witnc es to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Henry Wakcinan, L Sani uelson. Joseph Samuelson and John Samuel son, all of Cumberland. Kansas. A L Patchin, Register. Porter 49-54febl0 Notice No. 8097. U. S. Land Office at WaKeeney. Kan. Jan. 25. 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office by James M Gamble against William 0ennil ier for abandoning his H. E. so. 11289. dated Sept. -", 1885, upon the sw qr of sec. 30, T 10 south, range 32 west, in Thomas county Kansas, w ith a lew to the cancellation f said entry: The said parties are hereby summoned to appearat this office on the 17th day of March 1887, at 1 o'clock p. m., to respond and fur nish testimony concerning said alleged aban donment. W. H. FiMtiNTOs, Receiver. Blair. 49-5febl0 Notice No. 7446. US Land Office, Oberlin, Kas. Jan, 21, 1887 Complaint having been entered at this of fice by George Trcehouse against William El lis for abandoning his homestead entry No. 5317, dated Sept. 12. 1885, upon the nw qr sec tion 4, town 8 south, range 35 west, in Thomas county, Kansas, with a view to tho cancella tion of said entry and alleging abandonment; contestant further alleges that defendant has wholly failed to build a house of any kind on said land since making said entry; contestant further alleges that defendant has whollj fail ed to break a single acre of said land since making said entry; the said parties arc here by summoned to appear at this office on the 24th dar or March. 1887. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abaudonment- A. L. Patchtx, Register. Bertram. 49-5-'febl0 Notice No. 8021 U. S. Land Office. Wakeeney Kans. Jan. 12, 1887. Complaint having been entered at this office bv W ilson B. Kelso against William Huff for abandoning his homestead entry No. !831, dated oct. 23d. 1885, upon the sw qr of sec 4. town 10 south, of range 35 w est 6 p. m. In Thomas county. Kansas with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 12th day of March 1887, at ID o'clock a. m to respond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged abandonment. W. H. PiLKKXTOJf, Receiver. J Word Carson. 50-53febl7 ALIAS NOTICE NO. 7327. U. S. Land Office, Oberlin. Kansas. Feb. 8. 1887. complaint having been entered at this office by J. D. Cox against L. Galbieath for abandoniag his homestead entry No 5064, dated Sent. 3. 185. upon the nw qr sec 17. town 7 south, range 38 west, in Thomas county. Ks with a view to tne cancellation oi saia entry: alleging abandonment and that Gal hrenth has whwllv failed to build a house or establish a residence on said land since mak ing said entry. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 25th day of March, 1867. at 10 o'clock a ra to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon ment. A. I fATCHur. Mpwer. BcBtleya-CranweU. SMKebK. S i aw ai i . ' ,j- t 1 M 1 1 1 m m 1 M m fl M B m m I 1 1 m 1 M H B I fl ? & &. I C. H. MARTIN & -DEALERS IN- Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Wines and Liquors for medical purposes. All Medicines Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded By Compe tent Pharmacists. Opposite Cat Office. Jt. . Newell, President. James S. Warden, Vice-Pres. FIRST NATIONAL BANK SucEssons to THOMAS COUNTY BANK. Paid Up Capital, $50,000 DIRECTORS K. S. Newell. James S. Warden, C. E. Corporan. James S. Warden, Chas 31 Hovey, M Donelan, Itobt McGonU al, A Chitwood, W S Willcoxon, R S Newell, W W Walker, J B 3IcGonigaI, Samuel Lee, C H Martin. W 31 Edwardv Frank Pingree, James Stallons, C E Corporan, 31 3IcGrcevy, EspDoes a general banking business, buys and sells exchange, home and foreign, pa3's interest on time deposits, deals in count' and school bonds, Days special attention to the payment of taxes for non-residents. iSPA complete set of abstracts of title of Thomas county kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. Central Drug Storl. MAKES A SPECIALTY OF Pure Drugs and Medicines G. N. Coffirin, Jeweler, in this store. Everything in our line of the best obtainable. When you are in need of paints, oils, per fumes, stationery and all kinds of fancy no tions. Dont forget to give our house a call. Moulton & Griffis, Props. A. W. Patchin, Manager. 160 ACRES, $14.00 -IX- SHERMAN COUNTY, KAS. We Also Have 20,000 ACRES OF SCHOOL LAND LEONARD & FRISBEE, SHERMAN CENTER, SHERMAN CO., KANSAS. COLBY & OBERLIN STAGE LINE V W CJ O 0 I c3 ft Q 1 sr AflkIB3HPBBHi O Headquarters at O. Colby, Kansas, and O Kansas. y tr:! BRO., Proprietors. Watl?Paper, Window Glass Druororists Sundries, Etc., Colby, Kansas, M. Donelax, 2d V. P E. A. Hall, Cashier. C. M. Hovey, C. H. Martin, STOCK-HOLDERS. A. Chitwood. II. E. Weld, H E Weld, Geo H Hyatt, N J Adams I H Hullers. T P Feehan, Samuel Yousse A J enter, EP Worcester, W H Copeland, SS Burling, f K. T Jverv 9faKl ot - K. Barn at Oberlin S. YOUSSE. Proprietor. wj A' ' x , i Srl v i.w "safer! 4J .R,, t - y" s, ?r- v E3? & -S.-3 5r E- E "