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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 1 October 1897

I-Cft ol Hi? TVifts Giving Elai FItC KolltS Took the Prise. ' Ticra were five of six cf them sit ting about the tU-ve ia the druz store, and they had t-iei tciling pretty tall stories. Thedrug t'st was a man ot some humor and inven tion, and he cvncocted & mixture of great potency end fine 2iytr, composed of ep. Injir.Pnti, sacdiarum alba, cortex limiorus, carophyllui aromatieua and aqua tura q. 8. i'hia mixture he proposed to administer to 'whomsoever p.Louia tell the biggest story, snd the party at once began to stretch their inventive powers to the fullest extent. A toilet eoap drummer was appointed Judge, Eid tVi& prize mixture, steaming hot, set ia an eight ounce graduated measure upon the ed?8 of the stove. The ilo!ii;l told a war story of the Mun chausen variety, the squire related a hunt ing adventure laat evinced a decided genius for evading the truth, and the postmaster made a strung bid for the prize with a snake ftory big enough to make the sea serpent if-alous. ...

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. — 8 October 1897

-r i - ; . i. . 1 .-. , -- V."- ' i - . ? . VOL. XII. COrTT AKD CITY OmCIifPAPS?, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1897, NO. Pitt ESTS OF PALLAS. They Op the Carnival at Kansas City by a Grand Pageant. Twntj Floats Were In the Procession, In terperaeti with Nomerous liandg ot MusIe-FIower Tarade, Sham little and Football. KASSA3 Cur. Mo., Oct C Pal las Athene rode through the streets of -Kansas City last night at the Pz of what was universally con Ceded to have been the finest parade ever presented by the Priests of Pallas. There was no mistaking the fact that '.the progress of the magnificent spee iUcle through the streets was greeted with unusual expressions of apprecia tion. It was seen by more people than ever before, the number- Lbin? at least 300,000, and in every respect it was the most successful parade yet given. The subject chosen, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales," wa3 not only susceptible of artistic treatment in the highest degree, but it was a subject...

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. — 8 October 1897

Gooblahb.lRcpubttc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. P. IIS STEWART Palier. TEHU3 CF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 50 MX GlOUtll)! : 73 Three months.. 0 Advertisucg rates reasonable and liberal dig- counts given oa eztended contracts, tin tared as the Pwiotficeat Goodland. Kan., for transmission tnroujiti the mails, as ssoond clasa mail matter. ELEGTiOH FhOOLAfMlGil. OTATE of Kansas, Sherman coanty, ss. State O of Kanaa, to all whom these nrenenta may mnn. ifrtwtine: Know re. that I. tbe under signed, Hhsriti cf Sherman county, Kansas, by virtue of the authority in me nested, do by this proclamation, give public DOtice that ca the n-ji Tuesday of Ncvembor, A. D. there will be held a general election, and trie officers at t at time to be chosen are as follows, to-wit: One District Judge for Thirty-Fourth J udicial District. A County Treasurer. A Register of Deeds. A County Cleric. A Sheriff. A Coroner. A Surveyor. A Commissioner of Second District. ' A Township Trustee. A Township Clerk. A Townshi...

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. — 8 October 1897

A WAIL. tiiri to have fil-1 -faehiooed tLiugs. like hominy and gxecas; 7." a U-d to have jtiit common soap, made out of pork and beans; But now it's bouillon, coaomme, anil thiols made from a book, And Pot aa Feu aqd Julienne. sinc my daugh ter's learned to cook. We ussJ to have a piece of beef jnst ordinary meat And picketed pigs' feet, spare-ribs, too. and other tLings to eat; While now it's filet and ragout, and lt-g of mut ton brai.-ed, And macaroni aa gTatin. and sheep's head Eollanddised. Tha good old things have parsed away, in silent, sad retreat; We've lota cf highfalutin' things, but nothing much to eat; And while I never say a word, and always pleas ant look, You bet I've had dyspepsia since my daughter's learned to cook. Exchange. FRUM IllK WAYSIDE It's a wiener the populist ticket. The republican ticket is all right, but . A hypocrite is across between a cuc koo aod a buzzard. Policy is ofteu more the cause of honesty than principle. When a maa disputes with a fool it i...

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. — 8 October 1897

A Toting I.rKk'i ConfcMion ia the Wsnfsf of Ine l5cc6TaiG.!;, ; Charley Wheeler and Lucille Sprock et! had been carried nearly tart weeks, a-tjd they had jail returned 'from, their wedding1 trip. They were supremely happy in each other's love, and the honeymoon so far had beea tc thea zs one long1, blissful dreaia. "Within the next day or two, however, .the bride grew slightly depressed in spirits, and aa uneasy feeling seemed to take possession of her, The young husband noticed the change, but at? tribute-d it to fatigue from the recent travels. But his bride -grew more csryous and took on i-ach a troubled expression that he said to her: "You have something "on your mind, darling1, that is troubling1 you. Tell me what it is." At first she tried to persuade him that he was mistaken; that nothing worried her. "You are wrong, Charley, dear," she would say. "Really, I am not worry ing' over anything. I am just as happy as I could be." The day following, however, the young wife wore suc...

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. — 15 October 1897

vol, xii. mvmm& goodland, Kansas, Friday morning; October 15, isot. no. s. FIELD TO RETIRE Supreme Court Justice to Ee Succeed fcd by Attorney Genera! McKenna. Jadge DwyS-ited for Promotion Secretary Sherman May Also Conclude to lie KeUcved of Ills Back-sin th fs'ntfi t'epsirtnient. CnicAOOr Oct, lS.-Tba Times-Herald to-day published the following from Walter Weilman, its Washington cor respondent: Associate Justice Field, of the supreme court, having row broken all records for length of serv ice upon the bench, has made formal application to be relieved December 1 trxt Attorney General McKenna is to be his successor and Judge Day, now assistant secretary of state, will probably be appointed attorney gen eral. These changes have all been de cided upon and will be effected as soon as congress meets, so that the senate nay confirm the appointments. At the same time there may be other changes in the cabinet Secretary Sherman may conclude to retire from the utata department. If he d...

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. — 15 October 1897

CBoo&Innb Bemiblf & OFFJCIAL COUNTY PAPER, F.I. STEW ART, TS3ia OF SUESCEIPTIOtf. One year. . . tl 50 Six pontile 1 Thr monili W Adverti.-fiDrats reasonable and liberal dis count given -on extended contracts, Entered at tne postotfice at Goodlaad, Kan., for trtiP.s-m!sv.i:G throujfii the mails, as second oiasir:&ii matter. ELECT!;-, PilDOLAATiOH. STATE of Kansas, Sherman county, g. State of Kansas, to ail whom thee Presents may come, (rreetia? : Knew ye, that I. the ander tiisnad, sheriff of Sherman county, Kansas, by Tirtue of the authority in me vested, do by this proclamation, jrive public notice that on the first Tuesday of November. A, D. iW, there will be beld a general election, and the officer at teat time to be chosen are as follows, to-wit: One District Judge for Thirty-Fourth Judicial District. A County Treasurer. A ResHterr.f Deedi. A Couny Clerk. A SherirJ. A Coroner. A Surveyor. A Commissioner of Second District. A Township Tru-stee. A Township Clerk. A Tow...

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. — 15 October 1897

ONLY ONE foOTHEiL licii.'rsds of stars ia tue preit; sty; Kn!i3i: of sLslis oa tJie tnore togntLer: Hundreds of birds that go suiting by ; Hundreds of bes in suany weather. Huu irc-do of dewdrops to greet ilia dawa ; Hundred? of 1 mba in the purple dover; Hundreds of butterlies on the lawn. But on!y one moih&r the wild world over! Exchange. FR!)H 1HK WAYSIDE A. sack of potatoes is worth a volume of prayer to a poor man. When a widow begins to wear a dot ted veil her friends know that the worst ia over. There is no place like bonia, when all the other p-laces ia town are locked up for the night. Dr. William Six, who 19 now rusticat ing in Joliet prison for having 12 un divorced wives, is formerly from Kan sas. He began his career at Pittsburg, Crawford county. No 0D6 that has paid the Kansas City Stock Yards company 120 per ton for hay and II per bushel for corn is going about the country claiming that Judge Foster's decision is an unjust one. On a railway soon to be built from t...

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. — 15 October 1897

rj ; ; fa-.;.- t.:.:ci boys t:ooi ia tie bet tr-.r.t t the jaiiv.ay eating Louft f.r.d . fci c-u' h cilifr wilb their eyes rolled i.ouH tvui;, you Tie o ushk l.t -so.v.e b iti trot-ola 13 wa-.'jn law you it you ever, come t. r-.r-bv trvin to unddLiiiieme!" t ti, lip, L;; ! Yoirs on a &H.pey road, si if yvi a:.-! t ovive ca.hrai you going to ... i - ;Ut in est dach, f us thing you Snows.'. "Don't gc-t r;e Eu'thted.coon! .Don't ;rousf; ku! I wouldn't like to do it, but I could yo.' - lay hold of yo' cVnk bouy and cut it t'jt into ruL-l'sh ball?. I ain't used dat razab Liw whole week now, an' it's gettin' na fcr.sv. I can feel it movia' in roy poi-fcet an' s n': 'Mistati, let me get out an' do 8 . ping.' " '-Lock keah, ycu bettah sing dat razah to siceoiasc- you fcvah reach faw it you jes' see v Hr e atmtjijibeM full o' riiggah wool. t1 r xd shut, and blue cloze. Yes, seh, you'd rave to be gc-th'd up in a basket. I got a fit o' shiny hadwaih in my pocket, an' it sings sweet an' low...

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. — 22 October 1897

vol. xn. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1697. NO. 0. Ilia R&jeeted by the Creek Council at Okmulgee. 'THE! WAH SO ALLOTMENT OF LANDS The Rejection or the Treaty Pro!blj Means the Failure of the rian for Abol fcilujf Tribal Government Chero feees Threaten to Go to Mexico, Muskogee, I. T., Oct. 20. The treat between the Dawes end Creek commis sions, which was concluded at this place last month, was rejected by the Creek council in bession at Okm ulgee, wonaay evening. The vote in the House of warriors, which is t?is l.-iw house of the Creek council, wus unan imously against the treaty ami onlv eight members of the house, of kings voteU in favorof it Chief sparhecher is elated over his victory cver the half breed and non-citizen e Yemeni, and is proud of the fact that has won his people over to hisway of thinking. He has never been in favor of allot ment and the aboli fjon o tribal gov- tTHxfleiu, ana nas , ODp0sed the treaty since it was agrei to by the two com miss...

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. — 22 October 1897

GFFICtAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, . IVjlisi-er. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae year 1 50 Slz mouths..... 75 Three mouths i '. 40 AdvertL-dn? rates reasonable and literal dis counts given oo extended contracts. Entered at the FoBtofficc at Ooolland. Kan., fortransifiinsion through the maiia, as aeuoml class mai: ishttor. ELEGTIO;! PEGCLAMATiGS. STATE of Kansas, Sherman county, ss. State oi Kansas, to all whom these presents may come, greeting: Know ye, that I. tbe nnder signed, sheriiJ of StiPrman county, Kansas, by irtue of the authority in me vested, do by this E reclamation, frive public notice that oa the rst Tuesday of November, A. D. 1897, there will be held a general eluctioa, and the officer at that time to be chosen are as follows, to-wit: Oue District Jade for Thirty-Fourth Judicial District. A County Treasurer. A Register of Deeds. A County Clerk, ASheritf. A Coroner. . A Surveyor. A Com mi.-inoner of Second District A Township Trustee. A Township Clerk. A Township Treasur...

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. — 22 October 1897

BE NOT CCMTENT. Be ur.t coctsr.t, co&!6nticnt means inaction. Tbesr-jwibg soul aches ou its upward qas&t; Balk'ty is twin to satisfaction . AU great Bcbie?eraeota s-x-jicg from life's nareat. The tiny roofer dffip ia tie ilark moU hiding, WoolJ cfcer bleu the earth wi'ii l?ai and flower Were nc-t an iii!orn restlwoue-is abiding la seed acd gorm, to stir th&m with its power. Were man contented with his lot forever, He bad not &ocgbt straiige seaa with sails un furled, " And the v&at wcadirs of oar shores had never Dawned on th6 gaze of an admiring world. Prize what is yonrs, but be not q&ite eoatented. Thete is a healthy restlessness of soul By which a mighty purpose is augmented la urging men to reach a higher goal. -Eila Wheeler Wilcox. - FBtm 1UE WAYSIDE Civilization cannot exist without justice. ' The power to oppress is as obnoxi ous to the true patriot as is actual oppression. The over-the-heart blow is getting very nearly as dangerous a3 the dida't-know...

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. — 22 October 1897

1 hy (isn't you givs tlat eon of yorrs a ic'' J one business veteran of aa '. must inherit totut of your r r I- yuaiiiics and teie tune vul when you must have some ciia to looa your aaiirs. he can t hianags inera i;,e necessary traiinr.g. nil t yja auio&e thai I have canvassed C r tfie v.'note situation? I have let that boy lia.hv'.:j a fjai tortune. end tne results havs oil actcry t 1 1 v vec nln fu; 'tuai r.oiii to kok out ior himguJ." f-.u; l;e seems to have pieiitv of money.' If , JiuknJ II u cut o;r his allowance, vet he lives vrtii am! never ta-ers a comniaint. Last wtim 1 tlioujrtii I vousd have to put un tne on.ee bunas ror want of ready casn. collater als were not available and creditors were ptiihing roe. The bov walked into the off.ee one afierr.oDn when 1 was in the ihroesof de spair, said: 'Thing? lookin' blue, governor?' laid down a certiiied cheek for i;0,tX and walked out. I owe him that yet, but am holding it hack till I can see that he needs it. When I gave him...

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. — 29 October 1897

S - VOL. XII. COF?TTT A?TD CITY CFrinm, CXLIf PAT 3 I-fciiLIiiii-D i- cecal . GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1897, la MEMPHIS IS SCARED. People Leaving the City on Ac count of Yellow Fever. THE SITUATION AT SEW OBIEAXS. Fifty ."ine New Cages and Seven Death li the Crescent City Report from Little Kock Federal Prisoners Trans ferred Town Depopulated. Memphis, Tenn., Oct' 27. Yester day's yellow fever record in this city was seven new cases and no deaths. All of the new cases, with a single ex ception, are in the southern part of the citj', where the original ease was discovered. More than a thousand people have left the city within the last 24 hours. Dr. Thornton, president of the board of health, in an interview last night, said that he does not antic ipate an epidemic; in fact, he can tee no cause for serious alarm. A cold wave is predicted within 3(5 hours, and ) the health officer believes that the disease has reached it3 worst stage so , far as Memphis is concerne...

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. — 29 October 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. r. n. SIEVi'AliT, Publisher. TESH3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ova year. SI 10 til monU" ...i 75 Three months 40 Advertising ratea reasonable and liberal dis covets given on extended contracts. Entered at the PoMotlioe at Goodlaod, Kan., for truniiiiiiasKin throua the mails, &s second class mail matter. ELECT10K FEG0LAMAT1 QTATE ef Kansas, Sborman county, w. State j of Kana3, to all whom these presents may eoaie. greetir?: Know ye, that I. the under signed, sheriff of Sherman county, Kansas, by virtue of the authority in me Tested, do by this proclamation, prive public notice that on the Jint Tuesday of November, A. D. 1837, there will be held a general election, and the officers at that time to be chosen are as follows, to-wit: Or.e District Judefor Thirty-Fourth Judicial District. A County Treasurer. A Reuisterof Deeds. -A County Clerk. A Shenil, A Coroner. A Surveyor. A Commissioner of Second District. A Township Trustee. A Township Clark. A Township Treasurer. A ...

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. — 29 October 1897

THE COURSiNG MEETING. .UiiJ i- the It-iai lu the linal' 'uaa Iioa a" i The Altcar Coursing ciab, which hell ! Umtnbere last week, offered two j voter will note a few changes in the CHANGES IN THE BALLOT. une Thing 11. Vet; r baaid Rsow Aid Note When it comes to the election the of tiis rieheit prizes for sucb an event in Asieriea, but drought out only a liix.it i .1 nunibtr of flogs. Mr. HaymHD, of the American Field, v:nh the judge aud the honesty of his decisions were never questioned. The slipper, Ralph Taylor, of Denver, did Vitisfactory work np to the finals when, either intentionally or acciden tially, a poor slip lost several candi dates a good bit of the money. In coursing, like every other field sport, one often goes up against the worst of a series o! unfortunate cir cumstances, but when in an important course a cow dog is allowed by defec tive slipping to win over a dog of cham pion form, indications would point to something exceedingly rank in Den mark. For several years...

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. — 29 October 1897

H.J Vors i,j a Z.:,'.c for t f irst Tlaia Ilnkts 1'rnut.tc. -: "A t'.j.T.as -pctu:2 a ba't.k aeroaiit for the first tase is a peculiar creature." a:J one of tse cJcrks in a natioiia! btk.. '''Onec-arr.eia ft few iko's'tfso end tfuuezi around F-;spi-cionsly. Xhea the amb'eJ tip to tLs window .and -Kv.d: " 'If you i;!case, I vant to deposit some mor.f..' " 'Yes'ni; just go to the nest window.' "Elie sieved over in a careful way, as if she waa breaking some rule or other, and, al-r.-.c?.t in a whisper, said: ' 'Ts this wl.tre they deposit money ?' " 'Yes, ma'am. Do yon wish to orea aa account?' ""'Oh, no,' said. 'I don't want to hare ar.ytbina; charged, I just want to deposit civ money. Is this bank really safe?' "ihe vi assured that it was. ""I his bank is as firm as Gibraltar, rnadam. You have come to the right place. We will have to have your autograph. Just write your nai.-.e riht there.' " 'On, I can't write without a stub pen. Haven't you got a stub pen and some nice violet ink?'...

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. — 5 November 1897

GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1897. NO. li. CALX fiJ3 rCi-UiXILD CCCaI. VOL. XIL ELECTION RETURNS. riio Political Complexion of the Ohio Legklatura Uncertain. (MM LliY SUCCEED EIjISELF. low Goes r.epablkan by About 17,000 t The Dttnorrats Win In Keniacky I'a 8iju!ii Victorious la Nebraska l"i..-ct'on la Other State. ? Ohio. TfiS Bf'SCLX VE2Y CLOSE. Coixsjecs, O., Nov. 3. The result in Chio is so close that it may require the oiScial count to determine the result, especially on the political complexion cf the legislature. The republicans nnd the democrats are both claiming' the state and the legislature with such persistence that it will require the fflk-ial count at least to get one or the other to concede defeat Incomplete returns indicate the election of the re publican state ticket by from. 10,000 to 12,000, but the result on the legislature is so cleso that no definite figures can be given on it The democrats claim confidently a majority in both branches. Out of ...

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. — 5 November 1897

'I ir'.l j OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWAET, Publisher. TESilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oua year $1 50 Six months , 75 Three tnoDtha 40 Advertising ratea reasonable acd liberal dis counts given 00 extended contracts. fcuiered at the PortotHceat Gothland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as aeaxmd ciass mail matter. ISZ 8I0CK YABE5 CASE. Judge Thayer's decision in the stock yards case was handed down last Thurs day. He sustains Judge Foster in every important poiQt aad ia some cases goes even further than he did. His decisiou is a decided compliment to Foster, who seems to have fully com mitted himseif to the people's side in this litigation. The decision is also a great victory for Attorney General Boyle and Judge Martin, who have made a splendid fight to sustain the law. Judge Thayer says that the stock yards is a public institution, and is therefore subject to state and national control. He said that the business of the company was nut interstate com merce merely because stoc...

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. — 5 November 1897

THE ELECTION. The Ticket pllt .Badly Smitlx Curries Ihe County. It is doubtfal if there as a man in tbe county, when the polls closed on Tuesday evening, that could have made anything like an accurate gues3 upou the result of the election in any one township. Surprises were in store for both parties. An unlocked for amount of scratching was done. This wa3 es pecially noticeable in precincts where the populists and democrats have, ordinarily, a small majority. The populists have reversed them selves by voting Smith for judge, and Donly, for register, into office for a third term. The fight made upon Sheriff Dustin, populist, in Smoky precinct seemed to have been a benefit, for he was elected by a good majority. In defeating Fred Dawson, populist, for treasurer, the populists made a mis take that may injure them politically in the future. Mr. Dawson is just as well quallified as his opponent and would have made as good an officer had he been elected. The defeat of John Knight for reg ...

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