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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 February 1898

tai xJ m w B i w! C5r.Hr.eJ tj Uer C c J , Lut licc'a S2r3apari;.'a Cured H3r. "Iwastikea with ricTmatlsia asd e -offered a' great daul of rc-- s."-i tlnies I was cc-fiM to cy bed. I cbtained culj temporary relief cni medicines, ed a friend alvised ce to try Elooi'a Sarsa parllis, TLLh I did, and It cured ce." Ziz3. P. P. Hat, CentrzlLx, HI, Hocd'o Oarsapariila Is America's Greatest Medicine, fl ; sir for J5. Hood'8 PI!i3 core tick ceaUocba. !3c. TOO OBLIGING. JL Ilaasemftld'i Elort Co Fleaae and Ita DIiappeintlDg Ileault. A your;;- woman, whose bonis is in Fi Paul, spent a lew days in Washington the ruest cf a conrrewonal family from New baz she carried was r. steamer labels and stamps of hal the famous hotels on the continent. She ia not an ostentatious person, by any means, the St. 1'aul girl, but she certainly did set great store by that decorated ba, and 3 zed with pride on it3 collection of lar-els. Her charm or manner and the liberality of her tips, too, perhar3 completely wo...

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 February 1898

if YOL. XII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FItlDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 16 NO. Ci-X JrAc J 1 w ILT IX WASHINGTON. s J -tporbi.-.t f '-;.'.' s HcCitved at tha Ozr.'iil Acout i'-".a f..:alne Wreci:. Tr.a Coart of Irqi'.ry Kous riamtnln '.TltiictSM Indemnity for t-vi Trk Xh War Department Will Sefue InformAtioa. AsmsGTCS-, Feb. 23. All the gov ernment departments were closed 5a ' , ashirjgton yesterday iave the navy iiepartraent, where a few cf the oia c:il3 s-ssenibled to receive any dis patches that night arrive and to close the contract with the wreckers for the recovery of the effects on the Maine sd the vessel herself, if that be prac xicable. The signing' of the wrecking contract was the most important event of the day, and, this concluded, the oiCiaxs closed cp shop and went home to enjoy a respite from the rash of the past week. Capt. Sigsbee was heard from in a dispatch which indicates that close attention will be given to the coal bankers by the naval coart of icquiry. nashingtcn cflcia...

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 February 1898

Goo&lanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 3. 11. STEW AST, - - Publisher. TXRJI3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or:e year tl M ix months . . ........... 1. TSree months .40 Advertising rates reasonable and Bberal dia ccnnts ciTea on extended contracts. Entered at tha Poesoihce at Goodlaad. Ran., "or moiscriisaiuri through the mails, S3 second e ias mail matter. A 2IQ STEAL. The Kansas branch of the Union T& ciSc wa3 sold in Topeka on Thursday February 17, for ?u3o3,000, the amount cf the first morte bonds. This sale, if confirmed, freezes out the govern ment claim of 5,700,000 and 211,724,000 of third mortgage bonds held by pri vate parties. It is understood that the Vanderbilt ilorgan combine was the real purchas ers. There was only one bidder, Alvin W. Krech, representing the reorganiz ation committee, the same combine a3 purchased the main line, and now well known to be the Vanderbilt-Morgan people. It will be remembered that in the case of the former sale, that public in dignation forc...

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 February 1898

H A. VAN A HAnZOr! FED. 53, IC33. L-atb came ont of tia t'ack right's dp, Acd steered fcr a battleship's sids; I re-er a sail of the sailor clan Ioclted oa ths Deathm.a' ride. TLo Kansas lad and tu Hampshire bej, And the boy from Tennessee, TVith never a fear that deaUi iraj near, Svmng into eternity. Nor fie?, nor shot, nor battle cry, Xor strain cf the nation' air, E.-oke into the gloom of the sailor's doom, Nor yet a priestly prayer. There loots a face from far-away home. VTilh eye bent oa the sea. For the Hampshire Jack vbo 11 not come back. Or the lad from Tennessee- Not theirs was the glory of battle ; No Tictory CTtrcned the day. Eat a nation weeps, that the dark sea keeps Her dead beneath the bay. St. LeuLs Republic THE GUN CLUB'S SHOOT. Th Coodliod Gnu Club Held Lire Piseon Hioot Tondiy. The Goodland Gun clab held the . most successful live pigeon shootiDg match of its history Tuesday. The weather-was simply horrible, a strong wind raging from the north accom panied by a la...

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 February 1898

ui'iu i i'ijtj Li ,Jast Mxt tic ilin I SiUl AliTi. "I'm a law-atldins- cittern' he tali to the policeman of the martial mica wiio day seen alon Pennsylvania avenue cot far from the treasury cor ner on sunshiny days, "and I hare been over to the mocnment yonder," codling a kind c half-back dip of the head toward the great marble mark of esteem of the American people for the late George Washington. "What's that got to do with it?" in quired the policeman. If I hadn't have been law-abiding - I'd have been a dead man this Tery minute," explained the citizen. "Then you ought to be glad that yea are," said the policeman, approv ingly. "Are what?" "Are alive." "But I'm not." "What do you mean?" and the po liceman began to look around for the man who arrests crazy people. "I mean what I say. What do yon s'pose I mean? I'm making a kick be cause I'm alive. I wouldn't be making it if I was dead, would I?" "Eeally, sir," insisted the police man, making a bold front, though as peaceful as an Am...

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. — 4 March 1898

VOL. XII. - 5ZA3 TZZcTi GO ODLAND, KANSAS; FRIDAY riOErTING, MARCH U ICC 3. NO. 2; ZIEUORIAL TABLET. One to Da Erected in Statuary Hall to the Victim 3 of the Maine Disaster. Author of the Ixsad BIU CUea 3fotlc c ao Amendment Concerning Sam pi a Copies ol 'ewipapn-The In dian Territory EIH. Washing tos-, March 2. Shortly after the senate convened yesterday Mr. Perkins, of California, of the commit tee on naval affairs, presented a favor- 3L-ia report oa Jlr. Bacon's resolution " providing for the erection in statuary hali-of the capitol of a bronze memo rial tablet commemorative of the o5- cers and sailors -who lost their lives in the Maine disaster in Ilavana harbor, Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, suggested that statuary hall was scarcely s proper place toerect a tablet, and Mr, Iloar, of Massachusetts, thought some other place for it might better be design cated. The resolution wi? &o amend ed as to provide for the erection of the tablet at some suitable place in the capitoL As amen...

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 March 1898

jvUumb1.icpuuuc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. fi. STU h IT, Publisher. TZZIL3 Or SUESCEIPTION. O-e 7?ar SI M .".i eoi;13 ; Tr-js months , A-iverr:ir.g rates reasonable and liberal dis cc"t3 mTen ca eiwtiJ-M contracts. nu?rrd at t;e r'oetoibc at GoodlaHd, Sn, f--r trin.3..-:-.a throuirn tie mais, s-S second clisd mail ic-xtrcT- Ti.9 new federal district, proposed for the state cf Kansas, with its set of court oncers would cost "about $20,000 a year. The republicans are all hot for it. Paolaia cot complaining about Mc Nall breaking up the Clarksoc insur ance rate combine. The city gets its school insurance 5T5 a year less than it did formerly. Governor Leedy says that in the event of war with Spain he would need a few more volunteers who would serve as privates, buOhat there i3 no short age in colonels and majors. The suit to compel tee Manhattan school board to cancel its old contract and begin, the use of the new state book3 will not be opposed. The board is taking a sensible view of the ...

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 March 1898

-u;".:.-i i.-H:$ CUlemer.is ar.i I Sl'ck to Gra-nmir, Too. Vi-in tbr vi-r-r'g nearly OTcr Aci the s i-y ii, nearly here, V. tie t i cpou tha mala Tells tLe t!?jons of the year. There's a holiday arpToacbea TLat ise etlebrata with glea As tbe birtiday cf a laddis Who rerOTed a cherry tree. And -who, bea Lis father tjtlestlocod, Nobly azuvered, trilh a e'.zh, Tc-s, pa?a, I knew veto did it; To be trctif-i, it was I." Which vs3 better thaa if Georgia Had reflitd, aa yoa will will see, "Y&3, pepa. I know -who done it ; To be trcthl, it w&i m&." Then tbe father proudly a:iwsrsd, "ily forgivsD6S3 you bare won. Few indeed there are ao worthy As ray little Washing-ten. Few so brars aid cool in dacjsr. Glory waita for Ench aj be EC71 who sticV to trnth and grammar When they're cut a cherry tre. Now, whea winter days are paadieff. And the raring is nearly here. Ti"hen the bad cpoa the maple Telia the blossom of the year. We rejoice rpon the birthday Of the noble laddie who Could r...

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 March 1898

- - . - Gzirr-T, Bee-, use i; d-:-es whs. Ell c'.-er Ee-lic'a-s fill to dx As aa insUince cf its r-eculi,r . uz:'-SuLj, cur.-ive j--Trer, ccrslJer tta ra-; iislilc-s dljeaso. a.i the disease which taints tie tlood cf taost people, prodr.cLg Incc-IiZ-Ia a-"2riaj to many, wtilo la otters it b a latent fire liable to Lurst ir.to activit ani produce untold misery c is t;.e least provocation. Scrofula 14 tha c zey eh-eh t;:a human family is subject, cl vLici the above swecpirg statement caa honestly be made. Kow, a rcedl ciae that caa meet thi3 common enemy cf E-aukind and repeatedly effect th6 wonderful cares Hood's SarsapariiL " Las, cicsrlj has tl;e riht to the tills oJ Ar-eriea's Greatest Wic:ne, u j w w . v) porlllo Is soM try an firc?sist. tl: six torts. Hood's Fills act tans&aiov Hood sS-rs3p;i !v wi:. Lffa.l Wit. - "What's tbe matter there?" said the jug- to the defendant in the suit, -who had list been released from the -writaess stand, and tvaj rummaging amongst the jury. "...

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 March 1898

VOL. XII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FHIDAY MORNING, 31 ARCH li, iC 10 'OTL'D AS ONE H--ise Passed the Measure Approp!,-i Z C3Q,CC0,CC0 for Defense. ' a T"arty Llcei Swept Away by Wive of Patriotic Sentiment Bill Sent textile Senate and Immediately . Eeccsnieetl. ji4;jji:n,iu-, jiurea v. m a spirit -f patriotism, with eloonent wor'-t' pinging in their ears, every raemtw r 0; the house of representatives vest 'a, responded to the president's .-st call to meet the Spanish s-ituatior by cast- 1 j his vote for a bill, placir " j be expended at his disc re tion for the ... 4. : , 1 .3 , -f -, -r. , jxty lines were swept awav, anv . . h " with a unanimous voice, congress , . . , .. . -ed its conSdence in the admimstr- , . . who 123 :U tired. with, absent col- responsibility of breaking' -hlrtalrSk an unprecedent- e annals, in order T tsirtlt fitcn rpe"H in nn. oor o - o- - ' r " tats vast appropriation to main tain tjje dignity and honor of their ,J try. .Speaker Heed, who. as the P .siding otaeer...

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 March 1898

oblanb Republic FFICiAL COUNTY PAPER. II. STE'TACT, TEZ1I5 OF SUBSCRIPTION. SI SO Vi months. ; - 1 AnSl-.ff Vates rearonabie and liberal dia- c. -'.it gives oo extended contract. . Litfftrd 8t toe Ftorsee at Goodlana. Kan., f r tran?r-asion throuva the maiia, aa second e.asa mad matter. Webb lIcNall, in diring into the depths of insuracce mysteries, has fcronghtnp mad in the shape of the discovery of the existence of anti-rebate board, of which Thomas B. Reed, the speaker of the house cf represen tatives, 13 president, and for his ser vices draws ?2fi00 a year. The purpose of the board is to prevent catting rates by rebating part of the first premium, on life insurance. Agents get the most of the first premium on life in surance fcr their services. They often throw off So or ?10 of their own profits to get business. This board punishes them bv fining each agent $100 and suspending him fcr one year. Thi3 is rfnrw bv the companies upon the find ings of this board. Doubtless, spotters ...

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 March 1898

irr.a L271 sesa is not & tLia? Of V&o I-: f ia books, For rery c:c-a it di--:-r..L Uoa tLs EkiH of cooks. Tie tLicjs tlat make fcr wst or pce 15eprnd 'cpoa cr food, Fcr -what we eat aUecta our Acta To make U3 ba d or good. "VTe're proae'to eajr iha world Li ruled rr en of inict or seaae, Eat history's totirs-e is o?ta charged E? very email eTent. C;t has a iia.tman cLASjsd Lia mind On as important Qtiertion. L-e-canse h-s fill a victim to A ft of indication. If I may writa the worlir meaa III bring & reL?n ofpee ; If I may choose the nation' cookj . The work cf war will e?ae. And erery Hinntirg battle-flai A3 ashless shall be furled. For "the hand that weilds the cookia j-joon L the haud that'rules the world." - Miller Purria in Farmer Voice. lice, Hew zll the sl-ytirre!, leaving FEOJI THE WAIHDE. Bills for the Easter bonnet begin to haunt the men of the household. An Iowa woman calls her husband "Nails," because she can't drive him A Wichita man says if UcKinley would d...

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 March 1898

i L. t- . . -J I . --a c-; :r of the Ii n ii e r" recen'ly paid a v Ls i t t2 V estern Canada, ar.d rr-eaii" z 1 1 v. ;'J3L f a garden that be saw in the .dmoclon d ri"t ivs: 'Ca Argust 23 we had the pleasure cf vli.iag the model seven-acre garden aiFi-'r-.catoa owned and operated It Donald iioss, a typical Scotchman, ar.d as whoie 'souled, good-ratured old gentleman as you 'cften m-;et- He care the Yankees each a :eart ie as we were introduced "ia succession by the Canadian Govern inert "Azirit, who was cur guide and pilot while "si Edmonton, and to whom we are in "detted for many courtesies conferred. ?Ir. "Iios informed a? that he cleared from 5-5-JO "to SI X) annually frcra the sale of recta, "vegtab;es, Mowers and plants. We here "state that we never bercre saw such a "growth of vegetables at that season of the "year. He said that be raised 750 bushels of "onions to the acre. Beets were growing as iarge as yo ar am, turnips the size of one's "bead, and cabbages as large as a pa...

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 March 1898

ol. 2Ji.- vnv::nijDr::z goodlakd, Kansas, fiu day :,iornikg, :iarch is, isds. CUHT ATTACKED. :oo7 Assays the Recent Decision iir.'ska f.faxlmurn Rsts Casr i A !k.b Tlctory" f or li Ilr dj s-,TS lOla iiaa Ctiar-si Cor.H tenee la the EU ccaMty an i I- cfar'.ous rtr;oet cf the Court. Tv-rA, Han., March 1L Got. - -7 yesterday gave cat a statement - 7 ; 'lyin g the recent decision of the su " . oe court in the Nebraska maxim am "tight rate case to the Kansas situa ';o. La Lis statement the governor .'.iJles the supreme court mostvigor- s.r.1 makes the assertion that it been unduly influenced by the cor porations. The governor says: r.ailrotda Wla ta Unclean Victory. There fca3 appeared for a year pai at rcgu lor p-ericds a statement la the Associated press dispatches tiat the supreme court cf the United States was about to hand down a deei toaaia tie Nerasa rate case tiat -was ad-v--- to tie state. Tie opinion ta? teen fcar.d- a. and the Associated press dispatches j .ri it 1$ a cleaa vi...

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 March 1898

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. If. ST E1Y ACT, --- Publisher. TE2M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $i 50 f".x months 15 l'Er months 3 Adverti.m? rates reasonable and Eberal dis counts given oa extended contracts. hntered at tee Pwwj'.co at Goodlaad. Kan., for tran?mi5ion throcsrH the mails, aa second cirts matter. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans, who died at bis home near L03 Angeles. Cala oa Saturday last, was buried in the Rose dais cemetery Wednesday, where tua remains will remain temporarily, until arrangements can be made for final in terment in the national cemetery at Arlington, Va. lie was 73 years of age, and had an honorable and won derful career. He was one of the srreat union generals of the western army. He distinguished himself at the battles of Inka and Corinth, and though compelled by superior numbers to- retire from the field of Chickamaua to Chattanooga, he really fought a great battle, and one of the most hotly con tested conSicts of the war. He was re lieved of command at Chatanooga ...

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 March 1898

THE TCY.'N OF HOGCCD. If j friend, hare jou heard of tha toira of Soood, Oa the ba&is of the EiTer Slow, TThere blooms the Waitawhils Cover fair, Vhere the Sometiraeorother icent the ir And the eof t Goeasj-a crtrwt It lies in the ralley of WhaUtheoje, In the prorince of Leteralide TLattireifeeIiHj is natire there. It's the borne cf the reckless I don tea re, Where the GiTeitaps abide. It stands at the bottom of Lai 7 bill. And is easy to reach, I declare. You've only to fold op you hands and glide Down the slope of Weakwill's toboggan slide To be landed quickly there. The town is as old as the human race. And it grows with the flight of years. It is wrapped in. the fog of idler's dreams. Its streets are pared with discarded schemes And Sprinkled with useless tears. The Collegebredfool and the Eichman's heir Are plentiful there, no doubt. The rest of its crowd are a motley crew. With erery class sare one ia riew The Foolkiller, he's barred out. The town of Nogood is all hedged a...

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 March 1898

r" f 7 TJTLT BisAi Jul! i r- "V. - " WORLD'S FAIR. And kept it two years. How he lost it at I The preat World's Fair, at Chicago, in rSo-5. while it grave pleasure to many, gv pain to not a few as an indirect result of their visit to the White City. People were lured along the miles of -wonderful exbiD its by the new marvels that met the pare at every step, and did not realize their exhaustion until they dropped into chair in some breerv corner by the lake, and "cooled off." That's what beean the trouble, in many cases. Of one soch case. Mrs. L. W. Stevens, Fort Fairfield, Me-, writes: "My husband took a severe cold and coagh two years ago last October time of tse World's Fair, which we attended. This conh lasted over two years, was accom panied bv spitting of -blood, and nothing could be found to help him, although vari ous remedies were tried. Several doctors were consulted, but their prescriptions afforded no relief. Finally. I saw an ad vertisement of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ...

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 March 1898

-: NO. 31. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1893. VOL. XII. COCirrT A?TD CTTT OTT7CIAI. PA.' E om.1 FA-PKit pcBUsvrri) Gf cockers. IT " (f Yffp THE CABINET MEETS. Spanish Situation and the Uaine Report Considered. Any Demand by SplQ to Hart the Maine Verdict Referred to Arbitration AY III Be Denied A Coba Meiugt Report oa It "Way. Wasuigtos, March 23. The cabi net meeting yesterday lasted some thing over an hour, and was devoted exclusively to the Spanish situation in general and the forthcoming- report of the Maine court of inquiry in particu lar. The tone of the discussion was very firm and it was determined that there must come an end to the present state of affairs in Cuba. Secretary Long authorized the statement that the understanding before the cabinet was that the report would reach Wash ington on next Thursday or Friday; that it was very voluminous, and that the publication and transmission to congress would not occur until next Monday or Tuesday, as the presi den...

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 March 1898

(3cobianb "Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 2. II. STEWART, - - Publisher. TERMS OF, SUBSCRIPTION. One year - $1 50 Six months. "5 Three months d Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. knierwt at the Fuiorace at Goodland. Kail-, fur transmission through tnemm as second ciiss mail matter. (till fur Congressional ooventioa. A delegate convention of the people's party of tbe Sixth congressional district of the state of Kansas is hereby calied to meet la the city of Smith Comer va Tuesday. June 7, at ten o'clock a. rn. for the purpose of placing ia nomination a candidate for representative in con?ress to be vot'ni for at the general election in November. The ba.-is of representation is one delegate at larce from each county ia the district and one delegate for each 2-Vu votes, or major fraction thereof cast for the Bryan electors at the gen eral election of l?'.i. The several counties are entitled to the fol lowing representation : Cheyenne 2 Phi...

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 March 1898

A WOMAN'S WAY. Vt'Len I talks ter her of figLtio' in case we has ter go V. bar therruisers air a-eruisiu' oq the ocean far the foe he throws her ann aroua' me her ejet -with tears are dial "Dear John, please tall the gnT-msnt that jou can't can't rwim ! When I tell her, if they needs me I will haTe ter show mj hand. An' help 'em on the water, like X use ter on the land, She 'pears to think my chance' on a cruiser 'ud be slim "Bear John, please tell the gur'meat that jroa just can't rwim P Now, ain't these women cnr'ousT Fer she knows as well as me I kin swim the widest lirer, an" could held' mj own at sea ! But eTer' time it's mentioned her eyes with tears air dim Dear John, please tell the ffar'ment that you j6st can't swim I" Atlanta Constitution. FBOSI THE WATSIDK. Smith Center has a drayman by the name of Pounds. The Beloit Gazette has attached to the Hessin boom for governor. Toothaker is the name of a dentist that "extracts teeth without pain" at Blaine, Kan. A Republic county...

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