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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 September 1896

VOLUME XL :mjEmmh. 600DLAKD, KANSAS, FBIDAYJJOENKG, SEPTEMBER 4, 1803. 1 mjm Sfcjrubiicaaa Carry tha Btata by tie Usual Large Majority, Hlsslonarlea Thajik Earl Id Hung Chttg Knights of Pj thlaa Will Pay Heirs I Suicides on the Graduated life Expectation Plan. White Hives Jusctios, Vt, Sept 2. The Greea mountain state declared for Josiah Grout (rep.), for governor yesterday and for the republican state ticket entire by a majority that equaled the prediction of the most confident re publican managers. Beturns from tha distant towns are, as usual, rather slow in coming in, but the count in all sec tions cf the state shows substantial re publican gains and indicates that the majority for the republican ticket will be about 30,000. This is the largest ma jority ever given for a governor in this state, the nearest approach to it being in 1688, when the majority was 27,683. The republican leaders claim the ma jority may reach 35,000 and even 37,000. Henry Powers, the republican congres si...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 September 1896

CSoo&IanblRepnblta OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. if. STEWART, Fatllsher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or.e year , H 50 s--x months 5 Three months Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ais Co'JDW given on c-xUnded contracts. Entered at tfce PostOiTice st Gorxiland, Kan., f.?r transmission throujrli the mails, ae second films ut.il matter. PEOPLE'S PASTY TICKET. For President For Vice-President .. WILLIAM J. P3YAX .... ARTHUR SEWALL FKESIDEN'TIAL ELECTORS. MOFBIS CI.I'ilTT Pittsburg ALL'EBT PE2BY Troy (, T. PITTS Wellington MLSEY KAYDEN Helton J. P.. GOSHORN Iola Vv H. LINTON Cherryvale EAP.L M. BLACKSHE2E Elmdale C. A. MILLEK, at largo Salina JAME3 H. LOGAN, at large Lincoln K, J. BOETZEL, at large Eilinwood STATE TICKET. ('.Lief Justice FRANK DOSTEB r-ongressmaa at Large J. D. BOTKIX Governor J. W. LEEDY Lieutenant Governor A. M. HAkYT-Y Secretary of State W. E. BUSH State Treasurer B. H. HEFFLEBOV.'Efi Attora&y General. . L. C. do I L& Auditor ol htate... Congressman , .... W....

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 September 1896

' V t-rL 10 . 17 Vjirr X N 1CKLA-r1 WVU- Ai I . n Jinb ark if "ry i-i fJ-MEx. Opj-ftR ark . rx s.c.y i 0 n -L0 A .-miss ' 9 ll I I 9 11 113 7 I-J V" ' T F X A k..V 11 I 1 I Mrf5. STATES. J , VOTE. TOTAL ELECTORAL VOTE 447. NECESSARY TO A CHOICE 224. THE FIGURES ON EACH STATE REPRESENT ITS ELECTORAL VOTE. Jorce G Co. Wash DC ESTIMATED ELECTORAI FOR SILVER-A11 States West and South of Pennsylvania DOUBTFUL New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania 117 PRODUCTS. DEPRECIATION IN VALUES. 330 The States and Territories designated on the map as "Sil ver States, " in other words claimed ' 'for silver, " in the coming election, include everything West of the Alleghanies, and south of Mason and Dixon's line, and comprise 94 per cent of the total area of the United States. THEY ANNUALLY PRODUCE: 97 per cent of the corn. (J2 per cent of the wheat. 92 per cent of the barley. 87 per cent of the oats. 100 per cent of the cotton. 100 per cent of the cane sugar. 100 per cent of the gold. 1...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 September 1896

IIIIIGMIBi. Priaciplei cf ttat Party Adoptei fit It Ea tioa&l Convention at Chicago. Tha Following Platform I of Greater In terest than Ever Since the Demo cratic Nominee Kai the En dorsement of Populista. The Eepcblic, ia response to many requests, republishes the democratic national platform, upon which the can didacy of Ivlr. Bryan is being made. Following is the declaration in full: The Flu t form. We, the democrats of the United States, in national convention assembled, (Jo reaffirm our allegiance to those great essential principles of justice and liberty upon which our institu tions are founded, and which the democratic part; has maintained from JcIerson'a time to our own-freedom of speech, freedom of the pres3, freedom of conscience, the preservation of personal rights, the equality of all citizens before the law. and the faithful observance of Constitutional limitations. Ths constitution of the United States guar antees to every citizen the right of civil and religious l...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 September 1896

IMPilll. i'.a Pecple'l Party County Convention Pnla Oat Its Ticket Ueaeminatlon of All County Officers Done By Acclamation The 3Iost Enthu siastic Meeting In Years Har mony All Through. Fur representative F. H. SMITH F;r probate judge E. A. KENT 1 or clerk of the district court. ...L. H, HANEY Tar superintendent cf pcblie instruction . . . . ..... R.C.SMITH Tor county attorney JOHN HARTZLKK For county, surveyor. WILLIAM BUTLER Eor commissioner, Third district J.B. EUBESON it waa an old-fashioned people's party convention that met at the court house Saturday to name the county ofScers that are to be elected thi3 fall Many new faces were noticed and among them shown conspicuously sev eral who in former years were wont to grace the assembly of the opposition. The court room was filled to its ut most capacity and the overflow per truded out into the ante-way and filled the hall. Full delegations from every township and ward in the county were present and the enthusiasm and go"od nature ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 September 1896

i VOLUME XL. COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ONLY PAP EE PUBLISHL1 IN COUNTY. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1838. NUMRK: illlfill. u 2r. Eryau Told Officially of Eis Selectioa Ij the National Silver Party. George A. Groot, the Chairman Mr. Bryaa Declares His Firm BeUef In Silver A Big Demonstration Pre . cedes the Meeting. Lincoln, Neb., Sept 9. The contin uous welcome Lincoln people and large contingents from other part3 of Ne braska gave William J. Bryan on his home-coming culminated yesterday evening in a grand demonstration in honor of his formal notification of hi3 nomination for the presidency by the national silver party. Norris Hum phrey presided at the meeting and in troduced George A. Groot, of Ohio, chairman of the notification commit tee, who made the liotification address. Mr. Eryaa was immediately presented and accepted the nomination of the feilver party in the following words: Mr. Groot, Chairman, and Other Members of the Notification Committee of t...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 September 1896

erncJAL county paper. f. H. STEIYART, TuMisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oi year U 50 r-tx months T iijws mouths y..v-" i a- Advertising rates reasonable end uoeral ais f o;;nt8 given on extended contracts. Entered at the postotSce at Goodland, Kan., for ti-ansauEi'ion throujrii the mails, aa second class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. for Pre.-ddeat i'or Vice-President .... WILLIAM J. BRYAN ARTHUR SEW ALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CLKtOITT Pitt-bun? ALBERT FERRY Troy (t T. PITTS Wellington SIDNEY HAYDEN Uolton J. B. GOSHORN Ila W. K. LINTON Cherry valo EARL M. BLACKSHERE Elmdala C. .A . MILLER. at lar?e Kalina JAMES R. LOi'iAN, at large Lincoln H, J. BOETZEL, at lurtjc Eilinwood STATE Chief Justice Congressman at Largi Ooveroor , Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State State Treasurer Attorney General Aoditor of State Congressman TICKET. FRANK BOSTER J. I). BOTXIN J. W. LEEDY A. M. HARVEY VV. E. BUSH T H HP?n FROVVFR L. C. BOYLE I V. IT. MORRIS N.B. M'COKMlCK-i Appellate Jud...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 September 1896

i A i fsa si sin. Aa Able English Opinion on the Eeaccetiza ' tion cf Silver in America. (sir aioreton Frewer Dissect the Coinage Question in aa Article to the Lon don Chronicle The Yellow and White Money, Your request for a "short statement" of. the causes which have forced the silver question to the front in Ameri can politics is not very easily met. In writing for the Daily Chronicle, I should have wished to deal particular ly with the labor aspects as an issue which during the past four years has proved a liberal education to the American workingman. The interest of labor, in the silver question, has been admirably summed up in a speech to his constituents in 1S91 by the pres ent speaker of the house of representa tives, Mr. Reed, of Maine. Referring to the closing cf the Indian mints by the government of India, and the great fall in the price of silver which follow ed, Mr. Reed said: "We have learned from that object lesson that th'e yellow man using the white money holds at bi...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 September 1896

inMiMsAh mm. is Es-SUverite Appears is Eis ITaw Sola of "" . " (Fold Staa'diri Advocate. An Attempt JIade toShowTliat Protection, 'ot Finance, Was the Issue of the Present Campaign by tlie First District Representative. . Hoa. Case Broderick, congressman of t!:3 First Kansas district, spoka Satur day afternoon at the court house to a f 'joi sized audience. Mr. Broderick is " & very pleasant speaker and allows no ungeatlemanly language to enter Lis discourse, but treats the differences cf 1 oliticai faith as questions that have more than one side. On the question of protection he i3 a a earnest and almost eloquent speak er, although, as is common with advo cites of protsction, he attributes every thing good prevailing in times of an tievated tariff, to tariff only. On fin ance, however, he is as weak in advo cating the gold standard as he was strong in former times when advocat ing the cause of bimetallism. The reason is obvious. At heart a nilver man ambition or partisanship tia...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 September 1896

VOLUME XI. COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. OSLY FAPE3 PUBLISHED IS COUNTY. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY HOMING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1803. UI1BL nrrPi' Uii f Bill. The Formal Acceptance of tit Democratic Nomination. EE CHICAGO FLAIF0M 15 DOSSED. Yariout Interests? Subjects Briefly Dwell Vpoa Tremendous KesulU Expected Over the Action of the United I States on the Money Question. Lincoln, Neb., Sept 10. Mr. Bryan yesterday made public his letter accept ing the democratic nomination. It&f uU text is as follows: Hon. Stephen M. White and Other Members of the Notification Committee of the Demo cratic Convention: Gentlemen: I accept the nomination ten dered by you on behalf of the democratic party end in so doing desire to assure you that I fully appreciate the high honor which a nomi nation confers and the grave responsibilities which accompany an election to the presidency of the Uaited States. So deeply am I Im pressed with the power vested by the constitu tion la the chief executive of the ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 September 1896

gOblanbSepubltc C?r,CIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H, STEW Am, ... Fabli-sher. TEUM3 Oj? SUBSCRIPTION. O-e year 51 0 1 x months M I r?e months Q Advertising rates reasonable nd liberal dis c sets givea on extended coatracts. Entered at the Posto!3ce at Goodland, Eiin.. i r tiansnitesion through the mails, as second uss niail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. for President For Yiue-Prosident. .... WILLIAM J. B2TAN AitTHUR SEWALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. rOBHTS CLIfKiIlT Pittsburg ALfiiST KEEKY C.T. FITTS rDNEY KAYDEN J. B. GOSRORN V II. LINTON rvELM.BLACESHESE C. A, MILLET?, at large JAMES R. LOGAN, at large . . li, J. KOETZEL, at largo ..Trov ...Wellington . , Holton Ioia .. Chprrj'vale Elmdale salina Lincoln Ellin wood STATE TICKET. ('Lief Justice FRANK POSTER ( oagressroaa at Large J. I; BOTJvIN trfivfiruor J. W. LEEDY Lieutenant Governor A. M. HARVEY f-wetary of State L. BISH Bute Treasurer D. H. KEFFLEB0WE3 Attorney General L. C. BOYLE Auditor of State W. H. MORRIS CoDwesscsan N. B. M'CORMICK...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 September 1896

ivh- lifmiui U' LiiUUA fituUflU. Eis Eapuelicaa Eosa-aa Industrial Cannibal of tia Went Eiuu. Tiia Xaaplaesb'e Toe of t'oioaism sad TYeil Paid American tabor-DelljrhU la Crushing 111 mp!-yes His l'niaory Becord. The simplest and most complete an swer ta the professed anxiety of the . Hannaites concerning the wage-earner 13 found in Hanca's record a3 furnish ed by the Central Labor union of Cleve bad, 0., to the secretary of the Central Labor union of New York. It is as fol lows: Cleveland, (X, Aug. 29. 1806. Dear Sir and Brother: In reply to yours of the 2ith inst, in which you desire to learn the attitude of M. A. Hanna re lating to labor unions, I will say that previous to the republicon convention at St Louis the C. L. U. of this city propounded a number of questions to the republican workingmen of this county to ask of M. A. Hanna. In that manifesto in was charged that Hanna had wrecked the Seamen's union of the lower lake regions; that he had smash ed the union of his street ra...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 September 1896

LOCAL AND GESEllAL. I 'c.r J. D. Botkin at the court house ! t - y. . J tuses to trade or sell. See B. P Ti ciaaa P. Leonard, abstracter and i' 'j: inee. ... " he early frost has got down a3 far - 0-r.aha. j te Kenmora meeting will be coursed .. t lis rriagton this year. Ea sere to be on hand to hear Can-C.'-tsBotkia the 18th. Vf a sted, eight clear quarters in town tl'.p i, range 39. B. F. Brown. birawberry plants for sale at 50 cents 51- hundred. E. F. M cbfht. To Trade A cow for a good one seated top baggy. Inquire at this ofiice. Election betting is like a will-o-the-ricp. When you get to it it isn't there. For abstracts, all kinds of notary v,(,rk, fanns to exchange, etc., sea M. rubmson. See those samples of tailor made . txizu at Dawson Bros. & Co. Fits fusicnteed. Before you buy dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, see the Wizard and git bis prices. , The Goodland members of the Ken nore;Coursingclub have their pictures in the Buffalo Express of last Sunday. A barber an...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 September 1896

VOLUME XI. COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ONLY PAPEH PUBLISHED IN COUNTY. GOODLAKD, KANSAS, FEIDAY MOENINU, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880. If H 1 8111. Cli 'World Agricultural Delegates Ssnd a Cable to Bryan. Bismarck on the Silver Qaestlon Favors Speedy Agreement on International Bi metallismCongressman Grosvenor's Figures on the Electoral Vote. New Yokk, Sept. 22. The World to day printed the following': The following cable message, signed by dele gates to tbe international agricultural con gress called at Budapest by the Hungarian minister of agriculture, has been sent to the democratic candidate for president of the United States: To Mr. William Jennings Bryan, Headquar ters Democratic Party, Chicago: V7e, the undersigned members of the in ternational agricultural congress con vened at Budapest, wish you success in your struggle against the domination of the creditor clas3, which during the past 23 years has secured, both in Ameri ca and Europe, monetary legislation destructive of the pro...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 September 1896

!0Manb1Repubc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. f . !!. STEWART, Tnblislier. TEBM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Otis year 0 i.ix months '2 Tlnee months , j- -Advertising rates reasonable and liberal uis cordis givpQ on extended contracts. Latercd st the Postoifice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second fcrdis tuaii ruetter. PEOPLED PARTY TICKET. Fcr Pfdsiiteht For Vice-President .. . WILLIAM J. BRYAN ... ARTHUR SEVVALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 5fO?KI3 CLIGGITT Fittsbu.-g A LTri: RT PEES Y -: Troy (t T PiTS Welmipton SLDNEY HAYDEN Holtn J. EtiOSHORN.... . lola W.it. LINTON.. Cherryvaje EASL M. BLACKSHERE Llmdale C. A, MILLER, at large Salma JAM3 E. LOCIAN, at largo Lincoln H. J. BOETZEL, at large Ellin wood STATE TICKET. CLlef Justice..... FETNn pRtktv Congressman at Large J. V.. tH-JIv fosmor .,VtT1tiv?v Lieuteaant Governor A. M. HAKi &retftryof State W- E. BUhH State Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEBOUER Attorney General . C. U Li. Auditor of State W. H:.MHaiS ConeresBnian . B. M ( Hli ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 September 1896

ill i iiiiiir A Radical Change of Sentiaisiit Hot Only si to Currency Bat T&rLT as Well. The Burden of His Lay in 1890 Was That the Tariff Cut No Ice It TVa Money Th9t Was Naaded Now He Blags of Tariff Only. E. H. Funston, formerly congressman from tfce Second congressional Kansas district, spoke to a select audionce of republicans at the court house Thurs day. Mr. Funstcn has the popular ap pellation of "Farmer" prefixed to hi3 nam9 by admiring friends, but his more critical associates, noting a peculiar re sonancy in his speechmaking voice, ycleped him "Foghorn," aDd it must be admitted that he is more en titled to the later than the former ap pellation. But it i3 not the intention of this ar ticle to call attention to Mr. Funston's peculiar characteristics or personalities at all, but to point out a sudden change in his attitude toward questions that for several years have tor toted the days of statesmen and troubled their sleep at night. His speech at the court house was in ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 September 1896

Ilillillil y.aia I-id ITot Eetaia tie Fsople From Turn isj Cut to Hear Kia. lie Spsfcer Dissected tU Tariff Hum bug - and Showed I p Its Glaring Inconsis tencies la a rorclab'e Manner Ih Currency Question. Hon, J. D. Botkin, the silver candi date for oongressman-at-large, spoke at the court house Friday afternoon and made one cf the best speeches ever heard in Goodland. Although the inclemency of the weather, a steady rain falling all day and all the previous night, kept many away, the court room was snugly filled with an appreciative audience. The speaker opened on tariff and from figures from government reports showed that wages had declined and business failures increased under both high and low rates.' This, he said,- was not caused by tariff but continued in spite of tari5. Property values and prices of products had also a downward tenden cy that high tariff could not stop nor low tariif hasten. What was the reason? From speeches of prominent republican statesmen delivered befo...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 October 1896

r S H xs n d tr-r? vo n ? A S A ?;A v VOL. XI. G00DLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1800. NO; 0. KANSAS STATE NEWS. A big fcleTator will be baiit at Mary Villa. The broom corn crop this year is eald to be the best ever raised. II. L. Stevens, wholesale dealer ia farm implements at Lawrence, Las foiled. A man named Banna is tbe fusion candidate for senator in the Gay-Dickinson district. Dodge City will sooa have fire pro tection, the city council having pur c'nasjd an engine and hose. The republican state committee rec cgniied the Buehan faction in Wyan dotte county as the "regulars." Lottie Bowes, a bright young To peka actress, is winning laurels ia "A Texas Steer," now playing in the east. C. A. Davis, a farmer near Hiattville, was arrested charged with trying to burn the house of J. 6. Bowers, a ceighbor. A great number cf miners from Bour bon, Crawford and Cherokee counties have gone to Leadville to take the place cf etrikin? miners. Noah Allen, who wa3 assistant attorne...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 October 1896

&bIan&1RepubIfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWAET, Publisher. TERilS OF SUESCEiniON. . One year , H -j? -;s months Three months '' Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts givon on extends rl contracts. Entered at the Fostotiiec at Goodland, Ean., for transmission through the mails, as second Class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For Provident WILLTAM J. BRYAN For Vice-President ARTHUR SEW ALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CLIGGITT Pitt-bur ALBERT PERRY Troy G.T. FITTS Wellington hILNEY KAYDEN Helton J. h. (jOSHORN Iola YV. H. LINTON Cherryvalo fARL M. BLACKSHERE Elmdalo C. A. MILLER, at larKo... Sali.na JAMES R. LOGAN, at largo Lincoln 11, J. iiOETZEL, at lanjo Ellir.wood STATE TICKET. Chief Justice FRANK DOSTER Congressman at Larjje J. D. LOTKIN Governor J. W. LEKDY Lieutenant Governor A. M. HARVEY iV-cretsry of State W. E. HUSH State Trea-mror 1. II. KEFFLEROWER Attorney General L. C. UOYLE Auditor of State W. H. MORRIS fnperintondent of Schools VM. STR...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 October 1896

A LOCAL AXO general: The Wizard leads in low prices. See the Wizard's prices on groceries. Houses to trade or sell. See B. F Brown. Thomas P. Leonard, abstracter and insurance. Groceries, groceries, the cheapest in town at the Wizard's. There was a dance Saturday night in the Town company brick. Wanted, eight clear quarters in town ship 9, range 3D B. F. Brown. A, B, C, why? The Wizard always sells the cheapest is just as plain. Strawberry plants for sale at 50 cents per hundred. E. F. Murphy. - Before you buy a dollars' worth of goods of any kind see the Wizard. A good many Goodlandites are in tending to take in the Denver carnival. For abstracts, all kinds of notary work, farms to exchange, etc., see M. Robinson. See those samples of tailor made suits at Dawson Bros. & Co. Fits guaranteed. It is well to keep cool in politics. Bribery only comes when the barrel has lost his head. Before you buy dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, see the Wizard and get his prices. The recent ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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