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ci.vrwc t liaf ?" ,.sr ' sl'iS- r .,i! lS SE3 . J ,v - V.Y . J?, "? ft"Ssag?. i&&4&) -: - . . j&. r-i. -rsti. .... .. - "n; S;& -iJ54g,JciJ;. . $ re& &-s , ? wr vm--s- P?: ih JL S? ? FA if in ;;ft L' PW e, K- K V teS & IS&fr Ls rK I- THE THOMAS- COUNTY CAT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1889. Official County Directory. lerk Jfttni'S M. Summers. Treasurer-C.M. Hovey. Kejritr of Deeds James C. Passell. Shenff-M. W. Witham. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner L. N. Hitchcock J Hirst lli"t.-W. H. Smith. Com'rs ( Second " A. J. Sentcr. Third M. Baldwin. Probate Judne J. E. Lesh. 'Superintendent Public Ins't AV.P. Sullivan. Attorney J. L. Lour. lltere-eiitati o .lame M. Stewardson. TIerk District Court Chas. Bobbins. District Judge Chas. W. Smith. City Directory Ma voi T P. Fcplian. rifrk (. 15 )akin Tr'Murer .1 H Mi jrlemrc. Attorn'-y Jos A C.'l' Police J udjw J. A. McKillip. Miiriiall Win. Dodd. f A. B.ranfleld. , II. C .hiinj. Couiicilinen O. W.fioodsoe. I H. C. Weld. I J. H. Irwin. CHURCH DIRECTORY nil. E Church Preaching rnch Sabbath morning and even ing at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday School in a.m. Prater meeting Thursday. 7 p. in. Meet- Mngof olliclal board tlrst Monday in each month, 7 p. in. Choir meeting every Friday. ,7 p. in. L. T.Sii vcKKr.KOiti), Pastor. Baptist Preaching every Sabbath at the new church -At 11 o.clock it. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun lay school 12 m. Prujer mid teachers meeting Wi-dne-day cvi'iiiiur. Coenant meetings Sat urday before M'cond Sunday in each month. L. 1). Goodwin. MORTON'S SALOON. The Founder of the Story Xot to he Found in Washington. TUr Trur J-"irtx hi Ittgiinl to tlir CuifSo I"ouniltilion for tlir Stiitrmritt tt'hntriyr. Mis Willard's charge that Vice Presi- dent Moiton had a saloon is thus answer ed bv an Inter Ocean special fiyim Wash ington, D. C : "The M'ji- is again repeated that Vice President Morton has a liar in his new apartment hotel in this city. A dispatch has been received heie to the effect that one II. B Moulton lias telegraphed to the W. O.T. U. convention in Chicago to-day, stating that the only bar-room license in this city has been taken out by Vice I'lcidenl Moi ton's Hotel. The name of II. B. Moulton dies not appear in the last diicctmy of Washington City, but whoever that puivin is he is giving new currency to a tale that has often been denied. The facts are these: 1. That the vice picsident does not own or keep a hotel lieu:. 2. That he doe? not lease to anyone any hotel, hall, house or apartment, or tenantalile habitation of any name ornatuie heie in which a bar is or has been located. What is general ly called Vice Ptoideut Morton' hotel is not a hotel. It is an immense apait .nient house, named 'TheShoreham." It is in no MMise a hotel. Tiansient guests aie not accommodated iheie. It is a fur nished apai Uncut house, the furniture in which is owned by the hotel. The flats are tented in suits only for a term not le.-s than one year. The building is like ly to be occupied quite generally by con gressmen. Sixteen congressmen have already secured apartments, among them Senator Furwell. of Illinois, and Con gressmen T:i' lor and Cannon, of that state. All ate obliged to take their quarters for a year. Theie is no bar in the house. There has been no bar in the house. I asked Congressman Ilitt, of Il linois, who had received inquiries from Lis district, as to what he knew about the matter. He said that he had made a personal investigation, with this result: Tin re is and has been no bar there, and it is not the purpose of anyone to keep a bar there. Each apartment isentitledto a vault in the basement for the purpose of storing whatever it may be thought desirable to store. It is for the persons who rent the separate apartments to de cide what they may store there. They can keep potatoes or liquor or whatever they please; but there is no' bar upon the piemises. The experience of Mr. Hitt is the experience of everyone. The simple fact is that there is no bar in iheShotehatn. Mr. II. R. Moulton, who is said to have sent a telegram to Chicago.stating tlmt there is a bar there, or the editors of the temperance uauer v which is said to be circulating the report in the west that there is a gorgeous drin: king bar in this establishment are mis leading the public. There is no bar there. A telegram in an evening paper states that m 'address deliveied before the convention the statement was made: 'Our protect should be sent to the vice pres'djnt for permitting a saloon under his hotel 1 here is no saloon there.and there has not been. The basement is wholly occupied with these private vaults for the use of the lesees of the several apartments." For the best coal at lowest prices and fullest -weights, o-0 to Meglemre's. All persons indebt ed to us are request ed to call and make immediate settle me ntat once. FOSTER LUMB ER CO. Kuka Kernels. C. S. Hoover -vjis sowing wheat last week. S. E. Coulter is drilling a weU for James Mack this week. Henry Ross sold some cattle last week to Mr. Teeters of Logan county. Eben Perry and wife went to Decatur county to stay this winter. The dance at Mr. Drake's was a suc cess in every particular. At midnight a supper was served, and dancing was the order of the night. Ole Oleson is feeding a nice bunch of cattle this winter. The funeral of Miss Effiie Coulter was preached on the 10th by Hev. Brown at the Fair Land school house. Stciius. Levant Laurels. Levant, Nov. 14. Windy. We received our full share of the bliz zard Monday. The Hock Island section force has been reduced to four men. Mrs.Fred Spellman andMrs.Geo.Bixby were shopping in Colby last Saturday. Mr. Vintie Bixby came over from Qnickville Friday evening to see his brother Fiank. Ilenrv M. Kinirer was in Colby tins week on business with the district court now in session. Trustee D. B. Coppock is in Colby this week tepresenting this township in its case against the Union Pacific rail road. School closed Monday afternoon on account of the very severe stoim, there being only five scholars present at the morning session. Mr. Frank O'Leary has been confined to the house for several days with an old relic of his army life, but we are glad to note he is out again. Your conespondent has just complet ed a careful canvass of this place and finds that with but few exceptions the vote is for the World's Fair at Chicago 1892. We are glad to note that Mrs. Rob't. Waters has been appointed P. M. at this point, and will receive her commission for same in a few days. "Our suburban residents" will thencome to town after their mail. Another one of those good old-fashioned times at McGinley's Tuesday evening last, and among the huge number pi esent were a goodty number of Levantites who report a most enjoyable time. Mr. E. L. Rhodes, our popular ex blacksmith, who lately made a trip to Ulysses, Neb., has concluded to locatp at that place and will load a car for that point over the Union Pacific this week. Success to yon, Brother Rhodes, and may our evil wishers always be as scarce as they are at Levant. Mr. Frank Bixby, of Couucill Bluffs, Iowa, came in over the Rock Island from Denver last Ft iday and spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bixby. Mr. Bixbvis a No. 1 - traveling salesman and is at present gen eral western agent for one of the largest implement houses west of the.Mississippi river. It is the belief of your correspondent that the school board Js responsible for the weekly blizzards we are having. That is, they agreed upou last Friday week, to visit the school, and on that day there came a blizzard, (they didn't go) and ap pointed Monday this week to go, (we got another) and they didn't all get there, and now if they appoint another day and we get another blizzard, well? hang 'em. "Levant." Received too late for last week. Ed. Real Estate Transfers. William A Strnyer to Richard A Ryan ne ir 6-fi-:i2 $ 600 00 J W Irw in and wife to School Dist No 40 u lot out of lie qr 24-8-34 for school house SI CJ and house Gem Town Company to D BAkardlot Oin b II in (Jem 7 00 Gem Town Company to J W Ells worth 1G and 17 in b 11 in Gem 300 D 11 Akard to J W Ellsworth lot 9 bll in Gem 10C State of Kansas to John W Elsworth seqr of e or or 21-7-32 120 00 Gem Town Company J W Ellsworth lots in old town ot Gem 115 60 Gem Town Company to J W Ells worth lot i and building- b 6 Gem 114 00 Gem Town Site Co to J W Ellsworth lot in Gem see deed 115 00 Margaret A Ellon orth and husband to .) II Clayton and K A Musraves lots in Gem see deed 1C30 00 Cornelius McGreevey to Andrew 1 1 aley s w q r 24-6-35 675 00 A U an fettcn and wife to E T Smith swqr 4-7-3 100000 1 N lloback and w ifo to Hannah BIukely4orsoqr2ti-7s2 1600 CO u .N Hunter and wire to Emma P Vance lots 123 45 bs4 Colby N 600 00 Martin I'ulmerto Henntn Anderson and C W Swnnson se qr 34 1(KV 250 00 William M Ward to James Parks se qr 34-631 , 1000 00 William G Iteane and wife to James Audcron srqr SMKJJ 1600 CD Culled states to James Smith w'C of se qr 2-7-3I- It M McGonigaland wife to J B Mc Gonixal lots 16 17 lrt lS2o b 52 aud lots 16 17 lb lu: 1x2 in Colby 80000 William M Vert and wife to Maggie M Cooper seq r 11-7-34 2030 00 George N Hunter and wife to W H Miirktmm lots 1234 5 6 7 bI4 S P odd 525 Ci Kansas Town and Lain! company to W H Miirkhiun lot t9 bo Rexford 75 00 SJ ano and wife to Geo N Hunter 'iint In J o 4."67M1J1112131415 161 r - ,nn la I 1 bll and 1 Jt 2 bl6 Rexford f 50 M D Loosenger and wife to CM Stew art lots 1U and 17 b68 Colin Frank B Milner to Sarah M Milner lot 3 and 4 block & Colby " FJiln trustee to Kansas Town and Laud Co undivided Ji wJ4 e qr2-7-31 and e qr ocqr 2-7-JJ1 George N Hunt-rand wife to W H Marklmiu lots 78 9 lilll 12 1S14 15 16 bll Rexrord rjw H Copeland and wife to I. E Cope land tie qr 19-6-34 harles E t'orporan trustee to R L 33000, 50000 750 00 503 CO, I 960 00 50001 400 00 1 limine lot w blsboutli Park R L Riddle and wifetoMinnleRMiers lot 17 bl5 South Park United States to Peter Huddleston se qr 26-8-33 Kansas Town & T.nn1 mmnnntr tn Theophil j Boekenoogen lot 22 23 and 24 bC Rexford M. Copeland to Elmer Julian nw qr JJ-6-3a 90001 650001 John A Thompson to Jack W Gilbert nw qr 13-7-31 John R Mitchell to J B McKioiey ne TSt 00 9WC COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. (Continued from last week.) ROVOHL TOWNSHIP-. S 2 Trustee H W Marshall x O M Howard , Treasurer JHSturgis Geo Friend W H Marrj Clerk , W H Archer Geo M Mowery ' Justice of thaPeace Chas Ayere Geo L Carpenter Samuel Young Charles Carpenter Constables Charles Vail , FredXehls J E Bowers John Coffman Road overseer, Dist So 1 E A 'IcCjssbcr 53 46 63 36 1 45 62 31 32 1 60 55 33 32 30 J B Daniels Dis No 2 v Win Miller ', Dist So 3 i; W Young A J Young Dit No 4 W P Kimball G C Scott WENDELL TOWSSH1P. Trustee John Clawson ' S W Ford Treasurer . r Henry Franklin ' Wm Neal . Clerk Geo W Flint " ' ' Geo Eckert Justice of the Peace . W W Armstrong WH Summers , Constables James Pnland E Young J P Cardwell J W Clelland Road overseer, Dist No 1 - J II Nooiier J F.Geiser W L Yrer . Dist No y Wm Boyce WinDartlett . , Dist No 3 r lack Dowdall W F Jones Dist Ko 4 58 31 34 49 29 57 29 56 29 C3 57 46 4 5 11 1 20 6 10 5 1 28 19 James Clelland E Marvin SMITH TOWNSHIP. Trustee J W Gilbert EnocbfBaum Treasurer J H Williams John Houston Clerk L D White , J Blue Justice of the Peace - . J W McPherson . -" Peter Gabus Constables Charles Smith W L Williams Ralph Fitzsimmons Frank Bray Road overseer, Dist No 1 John Blue 0 C Cousins Dist No 2 Peter Gabus E E Harotiue ,t J W McPherson , LACEY XOWKSRII. Trustee John Watts . Welch Treasurer .loli n Smith 32 14 32 13 32 13 27 17 35 6 37 6 8 10 6 4 1 28 Clerk v BGurwell Constables Samuel Boswell H G Sadler Road overseer, Dist No 1 Fr.ink'Hutchlnson Dist No 2 Thomas Fox V O Eaton SOUTH IIANDALL. Trustee E Colvin Adam Siinonton Treasurer , AT Tucker ' J M Barry Clerk Frank Roller S Cunimiugs Constables A B Spurgeon Frank Wiseman Jo Bremmcncamp Geo Fisher Road overseer, JDist No 3 LJ Egbert H Smith Dist No 4 J Custer J W Clark Dist No 5 J T Bates H J Horn 30 43 41 33 41 33 42 43 27 33 9 8 8 4 13 4 14 5 Dist No 6 A Holmes A H Blossomi ' NORTH KANDALL. Trustee E Colvin Adam Simonton Treasurer A T Tucker J M Barry Clerk Frank Roller SCummings S Karns Constat bes 1 A B Spurgeon Frank Wi soman JoBremencamp Geo Fisher Road overseer, Dist Ne 1 J J Duffy W Wasson Spltzor Dist No 2 G W Love J W Steele Dist No 3 , H Smith LJ Egbert Dist No 4 J Bacon Isaac Custer Thomas Heed 61 36 53 41 61 36 1 54 54 35 36 6 4 23 16 16 8 4 1 8 12 25 G W Kuapp Tie between Love and Steele decided by the commissioners by bulletin favor of Steele. SUMMERS TOWNSHIP. Trustee Lovi Williams - I James Marshall 1 Treasurer William Jenkins J L Bumgarduer . Clerk F Williams M U Williams Constables RS Malory W Dixon Geo Ramsey W C Kugojo Road ovciMcrs, Dist No 1 Richard Waruer C F Pattou Dist No 2 A Ramsey W Woodiord DitNo3 G H Grady O M L-.tell Dist No 4 Milton Jones A ILimscy 65 49 46 56 39 41 29 63 11 9 8 19 21 4 14 26 10 oeo E'-ey s After c.unpleting'tbe canvass, the following accounts were ol'owed: G W Dart clerk of election in Wendell Tp $203 W HSummcrs judge - " " 20J I Josuoa Harrison auu delivering poll books ! E Welcu judge of election in Lacey Tp I and delivering (toll books W B Duttoa clerk of election in Lacey Tp iCJ NahrungjmLreof election in North 4&) 420 2C1 1 Randall Tp and de delivcriniruoll books. SCO L D White judgeof election in Smith Tp and dt-Iiveriug poll books 470 M Clark judse of election in Barret Tp and deiivoriug poll books 630 D B Coppock judgo of election, in Hale Tp and delivering poll books 4 30 Jacob Frouz judgeof election in Kingery Tp and delivering poll books 570 T W Kennedy to cierk of election in Kin rerr Tb 203 J E Wilson judgeof election in Klmrenr Td ... IN CLWestfmll judge of election in Kio- sarvTo 2M Frank Dickenson judge ef election in Bo- ' j voal TpBdeilrerlBCPoU books 319 qr!Mfr35 James R Gordon and wife to J B Mo Kinley sir qr 1235 Mw..WI!ftl05?,M,W 'ekctlon netfees'a 4 St . i " uiaujourasia meet im mediately in special session. i . Colbt, Kons..Xov. 8th 18W. Commissioners met in special session tocon- vid?,r S,ni,,,roJni wlth the surities of the Hall & Martin bank. Members of the board all present. Called to order by V . M. Baldwin chairman. Moved and carried that in consideration of the following sureties: C. H. Martin, H. E. Weld. W. H. Copeland, H. C. Shlmp. L. S. Lovitt, C. M. Hovey and R. M. McGonigal, oa the Hall & Martin bank bond now sued upon confessing judgment against each of the said bondsmen in the sum of JOOd OJ with interest thereou at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date or judgment, that the said Thomas county agrees tocoliect out of property under attachment and otherwise, all the mo'nev- pos sible to satisfy said judgment a-raiim said Hall & Martin bank and sureties, and alter satisfying said judgment in.ercess of yi hj oj and eosts, to apply the remainder pro rata upon each of the sureties, or those who have paid any part of their t-aid judgment, and It H Turther agreed to stay execution on said sureities'orthe opaei of one year. It L further stipulated by and between the count v of Thomas and the above sureties that in caoof default of any one of the bondsmen fortnepameht of the said &l.X).t0 confitii th-t the s--j T'ic-i-is pcir- rVtl! col'ect from the proiwrty of the Hall ic Martin bank and apply said proceeds on the payment of the defaulting bond-met- beforo crediting any portion xiiercot upon tne several judg ments against the other bondsmen. Moved aud carried to adjourn. ' W. M. Baldwin, Chr'ui. W. H. Smith. A. J. SENTEIt. A FUEL SAVER. There is nothing which the farmer is more interested in than cheap fuel. The best coal is the cheapest. The celebrated Lenox coal will last longer and give a better lire than any other. Order from W. W. Wilcoxex at the Rock Island depot, Oemj Kans, 10-24-4t Send two cents in stamps to E. L. Lomax, general passenger airent Union Pacillc railway Omaha, Nebr., and secure a copy of outdoor sports and pastimes containing complete ruleSfor lawn tennis, croquet and base ball; just issued. The Latest Dress. The Atchison Globe poet thus endors es the Jennie Miller d-ess: "A woman oft to herself will bur, and moan all day; but she can't fall down in a. Miller skirt; they are not built in that. way. Xo more short steps she'll have to take, to stride she has a chance, iu more with weight they'll make her ache, they're cut too much like pants. The dres reform is gr winjr bolder: most women now en dorse it; they swing their dresses from the shoulder, and throw away the corset. Nit more when in the waltz qu idrille. with lacing they will tingle; no more when boys embrace them will their backs feel like a hinIe. No more when Cup'd's arr.iws fly. when love is hot and reeking: will the corset, swelled with maiden i-rh-, em barass them by squeaking. Quite free he'll wind his arm about, at once his love tale own, and reach her tender heart without a journey through whalebone. Just how the dress re feu m will end, to ay we are not able; it uives the women room to bend; and mikes them comfort able. Oho I bye tih'l drj-io. yn'vs .oen ynr div, we think 3'ou will have to hus tle; and side by side are laid uwiiv. the! corset aud the butle." PROCRAMMti Of Thomas county teachers reading circle to be held at Colby, Saturd.iy af ternoon, Nov, 30. 'S9. 1 . MUSIC. "Exciting Interen in Study" Mrs. N. E Pratt. 'Right Modes of Teaching" Miss Margaret Doom. "Responsibility of the Teacher" Grant Blake. MUSIC. "Spirit of the Teacher" Miss Nettie Talbcrt. "School Government" II N. William. "School Arrangement" Miss Zella Hatcher. Miscellaneous business. MUSIC. At the close of each article, (if teen minutes will be used in discussions. A Limitless Field. The president of the British Associa tion, Professor Fowler, endor.es S r Sohn Lubbock's idea that the field of in quiry is limitless, and that there may be "fifty other senses as different from ours as sound is from sight; and even within the boundaries of our own senses 'there may be endless sounds which we cannot hear and colors as different as red from green of which we have no conception. These and a thousand other question remain for solution. The familiar world which surrounds us mav he a totally dif ferent jlace to other animals. To them it may be full of music which we cannot hear, of color which we cannot see. of sensations we cannot conceive. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Letters remaining in the Colby post office for the week endinir Nov. 16, 1889: Boren, L. L.; Lang. Charles; Paris, Charlie; Stanley, Tom; Wilson. Aman uel. ' Parties calling for the above letters will pleaseisay "advertised." 1 cent due on each of the above for advertising. Daniel Bradbubt, P. M. rock island ahead The L'atest Thing in Tourist Sleep vt i i The Roclr Island has inaugurated a new fea ture, which promises to create considerable interest in railway improvement. It being a froetouri-t car service, with nearly all the conveniences of the poloce car. Including col porter in attendance, tine hair nmttresse. pillows, blankets, soap, etc. When made up for nigbr. t be fourteen sections are partition ed off with sliding panels, anil curtained with heavy danuilc draperies. Tables, attachable to the sides of the Interior, are provided Tor each section. The cars Mre heated by steam, the aisle carpeted, and cuspidors-for the cli.-.inlini"w or the cars, are added. I he duties of the porter acQoin.aning each car will be similar to those of the palace car service to' look arter tne wunt&oi tne passengers anu sMthat the ear is kept perfectly dean. In one e-id is the ladle-' lavatory, and in the other, one for the gentlemen, which are as nicely apiintea ana rurm-meu as me most fastidious would desire The intention of the Chicago. Kanas & Nebraska is to furnish tbee cars f ice to tourists and excursion part ies when the number of person-'" is sufficiently inr-.ro enough to justify the use of a cor or cars. With such accommodations, and with out charge, there is no further necessity of western tout wunoui. siecpinjr uccommoaa tinn. nor Is it necessary to make such a trio expensive. Jt is a great inducement Tor. part ies; clubs, or any considerable number of per sobs contemplating a trip to the Roeky Moun tains, for instance. And. too, the Denver & Kio Grande has' adopted the same scheme. and as tae occs uwui wnuua. wi ibis wintA 1b Colorado, the free tourist cor svstcm will no doubt be treaerally adopted by those tasearMOTiaepieawre bhu aeaKB giving regions of our continent. Kansas City Jour nal. O San. JrWrt I 9, fiVTCjLqk Ml, A A&vn&tfifrer ' I To all in arrears who pay up to date and one year in ad vance, and to all new sub scribers to the Thomas Coun ty Cat we will send, free, as a premium for one year, THE CUxx. The enluSo We Give It Away. The Kan.is Farmer, published at Topeka, Kansas, despite the cloe times of the past three j ears, has steadily inc-ca-ed its circula tion and lu-efulni-ss. as wi II as greatly im proved the paper in ov ry rept-ct, aud toay it stands as one ot the best and mnt pructlciil agricultural journal piilll.-li( d in America. It is everywhere recognized us a dhority on western farm matters, and ulioi Id Retaken by every farmer who dt'sln-s to prosper and im prove in his busine Tim Kansas Farmer is mw primed on toned Iok paper, with en larged page, and contains not less than sixty tour columns of valuable and important mat ter every week. In order that every farmer in Kansas and the We: t may have an opportunity to become familiar with this valuable journal, the pub-lishi-rs'announce thai they will send the Kan sas Farmer "on trial" three months thirteen weeks for 25 cent-to new subscribers. (A trial subscriber thiisrctlliicrmore DatH-rs than he would by taking a monthly farm journal a whole ear.) Bv suocial arranarcments we will send the weekly Kansas Fanner and the Thomas Coun ty Cat, both papers, one j ear for only fZ.00; or we will give a "trial" 13 weens subscription to the. Kansas Farmer FREE TO OUR READERS who pay us the cosh, at this office, for one year's subscription to the ThomasCounty Cat either as a renewal, for Wack dues, or for a new subscriber. Take advantage of this lib eral offer at once. IlfAlAf from Ohio. lTfTIft UllllaP Krtril ofMr.Urri. Ur wnir: Vaat work on m fanit-for i JO tiMmtli: I ndw have an icniry WK-Clhi (unlMim aud pabll- dud vllen nuikrlWSSO a flay. Vffnnl) II. CiAKUtMi . Ailljim Kltnr, IlarrMinrfv ? wn!-: "i Iihtp neTrr known airilifrijr to m-II like yaur ithom. tl nLijr I ftM.k rdr riUfUph to pay we i.wSUR." W'J, KI- it. Iinncur. e- wriTe- -I take an nlrr f.r jour a I horn at suniMetrTT miute a vuti. jiy prufii Iufienaruurlui $Stf for a aiurlc dar'awurk." fMhenaretloinztuileasvIl; hats nut tmrr 10 eive ex- :rrt4 fnrn tb Ir Irifrrs. fcrrnr iiprh' fk.p4h?JttftbiirTaodburiwr -ilr upprulprotSfi Miall we Mart UU in this business r3il-rr nlt-oair Irm T! aNoiit ft fieyrrlf. W -rrilanlurniauy: wewHltart rmi if too don t delay nntil tn ibrcfabm1kfrnninnnrMifl f thettmntrr. Ifrmi m b - tj nilIlK-jI.Itiirk i.pp.lj .t. IKfttd i enniuior a lurrra iianuiarTnrrra sale Zi.VWIftfc t'iI!;Yr I"!iolrrntm AlhtiBna arrtu Le rAnlf f-r & rarb. It-Kiml tn Ifoval CriuKwm Mlk Ku. Cbaniiitt?Ir drcontrd inaijr. HandMMvt album In u-i.r! Lrxf M. i.nttrt Ixrrain errr kawn, wanud. Lilrl trrrna. J.Iff mmrr for arrut. An hr -Br a wifrrful artit. Srlla itrlf on wplit Irtle fxlkSi nrranr. Wbrfrrrr hown, rrrrr ourwiniP tt-par chm-, prnuiakeilHtaiMli M" ordera laith wfwllrj 'jmrr lrTkiiown. (rvat ptvflti a watt errrjr(rker. Aren ir ntakiuT(niiiie. IjKlM-anuikra mnrb turn. 1 ou, ara!rr, ran daai vrrll a anruur. I nil Iu)nuation aud trtnt fret, fatb'we win) nriie fc mio. with parthtaranI trniirM.r Yjh-i)? )tiUl, IkAk and I'rrioiliraU. Attrr jvn kxww all, abvald jM rtn lode i p ot furtlr vbjr no hjrm U 4one. Addnm 1- C ALLLN av Cak. Act-LsTA. ataiXE. AGENTS T AJXE. OHj f3.n.t EARTHSEAiSKY nrXarreU of the Unlrense; graphle JetcripUoa of the wonderf al tklso ia XaJare ; tkrilUac adTcatsres oa Ead aod Sea renowned dUcorerim ef (treat ex S" mts. PnUtaea In EnUh nU nerwan. ME pa?e, nhKtrmtloBs. AOaSAXBOOXSOSEIX. llliu- tnted clrraiars ana am erni wunu FOBSUSS aMKAKIX, CiaebtaaU. . aw lanatloa fir Milrfg Caffce aad Tea, better tkaa aay- tUBKBvwtaBMi MtTeaVoftli OoCeAaadoaa beBMd with ay CeetgrTePBt. SfUwiUW rmmmu or uiawmn -- f- Aaaata Waaiiaa to aea4 for fmP wiHnlin of tfct wi iHfccr tTmntmc orMelf. fteaaMat HAHaaaa CaaaaaaaaaaaULaV T& iffi "i C- Ta - rEk l Vn? . CJ1H nl! - jm. i- z&k xrr.-icmA BORDEN & "EDMUNDS. Attorneys at Lawr COLBY, KANS. Practice before all the local courts aud Gov ernment Departments at Washington. Real Estate, Pensions, LoansL V. C. EDDY,M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON; COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. Office in the Palace Drug Store. Nitrht calls answered from rosid-nce on Mission Ridge Avcnuo between r " DR. WM. 31 Physician, ur 'eon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office in Colby drug store. Residenco fout miles northeast of Colbj. ""!" :r. .1. .77. Patchln & Co. will receive prompt ntteu'ion at all hours. Diseases of women and children -sprcialtv. SHANKLIN & RYDEB, Successors to Shankt.in & Vail, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. We are now prepared to give cMimatrs or all kinds of buildings, aUodraw plan and spe cifications at reasonable ngure-i. All work guaranteed. Orders left at thu old stand, northwestof the C. P. depot, or at the Palaco Drug and Jewelry Store will receive prompt attention. Sua.nki.iv & Uydkr. Colby, Kans. HARRY SIOVKR, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS & SHOES All the latest styles in pegired and seweit shoes and boots. Repairing -promptly and neatly executed. Having had sever al years experience Intlicbnainoss, I can safe ly guarantee satisfaction. Shop two doors north State Hank. Colby,Ka O. K. LIVERY BARN. Fine teams and carnages with or without drivers. FEED AND SALE SAMUEL Y0USSE, Prop EAST FOURTH STHEET, COLBY. KANSAS. CITY ' MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats always on hand Poultry bought and s Id. Highest cash prlco paid for hides and pelts. T.P. FREIIAN. Prop.. Dr. Scott's Electric Goods. CORSETS, HAIR BRUSHES, TOOTH BRUSHES. BELTS. . All other electrical appliances. MRS. E. V. MOZEl,Yr Sole agent for Thomas County. Kas., CorneK 3d and Garfield streets. Colby, Kas. E. VAN METRE, -ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In all the courts, room 5, over 1st National Bunk. Office in Connr, Kansas. M. D. Lessekoer. J. L. Loah. Notary Public. " Co. Att'y LESSENGER & LOAR. Attorney and Counselorat Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. JOSEPH A. GU-L, Attorney at Law., tar-Offlce over First National Bank. COLBY, KANSAS- G. W. GOODSOE, LAWYER, COLBY. KANSAS. W. S. WTLLCOXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLBY, KANSAS. H.E.Weld. J . E. Campbell. WELD & CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in WeW-Scnter Building, COLBYk KANSAS. THE wtpi i IiOberlin Farmerv rone ran I Obkhlik, Decatuk Co., Kas. All about the Ofoertin Land District, scriptton price, six months. 2T cents. box 43. Sub Lock MCMMMiLKniTlH FREL OiSol4 lor u... nil laulr. Et iwMi ttofi.L rer-i fret tlm-. LVipr. Wrrn!e4. Uc r ioIU noi rv uiiur un Clmat as I SMCaiacrnl. 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