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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 April 1899

recognized the time, all sleek and fat. "We -were in formed by several farmers that most of UXM 11 lima m mmtM I m tfoL.. When asked PERSONAL JiOTES. Mrs. A. liussel of Norton is in the city. Rngh Thomas of Colby was in town Saturday. Guy Bray has gone to work in the Hess hardware. Dr. Farrow is having his residence painted a pea-green. J. D. Hilderbrand of Fort Collins, CoL, was here this week. Mrs. II. C. Pearson has gone for a month's visit in Illinois. A. Winn and C. T. Rule were over from Kanorado Tuesday. Tom Ebriht of Norton was in Good land several days this week. Miss Jennie Pratt left Wednesday evening for a visit in the east. G. G. Smith of Haverlock, Neb., was a visitor in Goodland this week. Rev. J. T. Shackelford of Brewster was a visitor in Goodland Tuesday. Wayne Munn, a ba-eball enthusiast of Colby, was in Goodland yesterday. Mrs. O. C. Dawson and Mrs. Frank Dawson left yesterday for a visit at Wichita. Charley Willis, the candy manufac turer, has decided to locate ...

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. — 28 April 1899

cornr ld city official taper. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MORNING, APRIL 28, 1899. VOL. XIII. NO. 36. A SUMMARY OF KANSAS EYMTS. S gninTiTrTrtnnwT7TynniTnTTnnniTnHiyT7nffinnnFHTTnm;HnnHnnnnnnn5 Twt ImproTf ir ut Noted. Bank Commissioner Breidenthal says that there are C3 state banks in Kansa3 which have no loajis to stockholders. The other state banks have loans to stockholders in the sum of ?yi5.S"i5.9L. The capital stock of these 224 is 54,o3?, 600; surplus, 646,161.04; total, So,244,-761.64- The loans which these banks hare made to stockholders represents 17 6-10 per cent, of their capital stock. This is an improvement over the condi tions of 193, when the loans to stock holders exceeded the total capital stock of all the banks by 51,000,000. The banks which had the most money loaned are the ones that failed in lS'j:;. Cobnrn on Kanan Wheat. Secretary Coburn has issued his first report on the condition of winter wheat in Kansas. The report shows that, for the state, the estimate 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. — 28 April 1899

Gooblanb TRepubKc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, rnblisher. RECRISIIXATION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.- Six months Three months' --1 j-" Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ais eonats given on extends! contracts. Entered at the Pototfcee at Good land. Kan ror transmission through the nxaiis. gecond 1&S4 mail matter. FRIDAY. APEIL , 1-99. Quay iniiht have be-n guilty, but 'vindication'" was expeetf.i. 2sew York has enacted an anti-trust law. It is another question, however, to enforce one. Tnere i no dearth of candidates for Speaker Reed's place. Nearly every state ha-s a prospective. Col. Fred Funston and his ictrtpid followers seem determined not to over look any opportunity to win fresh laurels. It is not always best to speak what one knows or thinks, even though it be the trntb, as is evinced by the case of Capt. Coghlan of the Raleigh. The testimony before the beef board of inquiry has at leat confirmed Gen. Miles' statement that beef on hoof was practica...

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. — 28 April 1899

i i CITY SCHOOL CLOSES TO-DAY. The Commencement Exercise Held Lat Night Only One Graduate. The city school closes to-day after a success ful tenri of eiht months. The commencement exercises -were held last night at the opera house and the only graduate of t!je school this year. Miss Hiia ilnlnix, rendered an oration which was entitled, "In Nature's Plan Oar Path Is Over Midnight To To-morrow." The entertainment was well prepared, the program as rendered consisted of recitations and read ings by students of the school, and was inter spersed with music. The program was as follows : Overture .- Orchestra Invocation - Trombone solo "Alice Where Art Tbn,"... H. W. Stewart Salutatory Wade Warner Comic quartf-tte Misses Khoads aid Mnrphy, Messrs. Stewart and Eojle Recitation "The Spinning Wbwl Son?M Miss Georgia Day Recitation "Reuben's Tricycif" Miss Rosa Miller Instrumental solo Miss Estella M. Filer i Recitation "A Telephone Romance'' I Mis Lulu Auer Recitation "Scotland's Maiden Martyr...

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. — 28 April 1899

jr9, f5v m ... ' ; . fs sat M m Xmi h&m T TRS. GEORGE OSilUN, cf Belridere, Warren Co., N. J., ;wri$ I v 1 " Suffering as I had. from "weakness, irregularities and backache lor'seTeral years, a release from this suffering was a blessing'. Ohl how I wish more suffering- women would accept year kind offer and be relieved. There is no need for women to suffer. Mrs. Pinkham's advice and Lydia E. 1 ?rl four Mrs IT. A.. I2 S. Cedar Street, " Nearly three years ago I wrote to I was so miserable; suffered from painful menstruation and backache, was nervous, dizzy and faint. I received such a kind letter from you, telling me just what to do. I followed your advice ana l now am recommending Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I thank God for this pain destroye: ODD PRANKS PLAYED BY CUPID 'Jifflaaeed Hiq and Woman Pas Each Other on Trains In Different Directions. Cupid played some odd pranks with James II. Geltner, of Bethlehem, and his bride. Pearl Knowland, of Indian apolis, Ind., but they fin...

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. — 28 April 1899

uuiiie.- in Aansa.s mu.t p3 Lie two per cent, premium tax the same as in surance companies. fire in several places, lighting the way for the rescuers. Mayor Noonan, who Yiasi. lx" n ac.tivrt. in rtu-iu. wnrlr. Kti up 10 iiie par vaiu permission toorga Si,OQQ capital in i line month for all widows of veterans, and in favor of military instruction in the be ooblanb IRemtblic. upp LEMEfiT. GOODLAKD, KAXSAS, FRIDAY MORXIXG, APRIL 28, 1S09. O&cial County Paper- $1 Per Year. PERSONAL NOTES. SMOKING IN EUROPE. uaia ana ireeiy u-SSooaung witn peo ple at her destination. Mrs. Harry Aikens is ill. Lewis Frohmutli is np from Philiipsburg. Mrs. K. L. Dresser loft Monday for Illinois. Joseph A. Gill of Colby was in the vity this week. T. B. Rains of Sharon Springs was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. W. Stephens has gone to Onaa, Kan., for an extended visit. Mr-. L. L. Ernst arrived in the city Wednes day from Clinton. Mo. J. I. Yanauker and A. 1). Stewart have each purchased a new bicycle. Mrs. ti...

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 May 1899

o I ! corny ltd city official pipes. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MORNING, MAY 5, 1899. VOL. XIII. NO. 37. KANSAS NEWS OF EECENT DATE. Kansas Grand Armj Encampment. The Kansas department G. A- R. held its annual encampment at Ilutchinson and elected officers for the ensuing year. adopted resolutions and acted on the reports of the various committees. Holton was selected as the place for holding1 the annual encampment next year. Topeka got the state reunion. The following' are the G. A. E. officers elected: Commander, O. H. Coulter, Topeka; senior vice commander, John Beaner, Jetmore ; junior vice commander, J. B. Palmer. Wichita; chap lain, D. D. Akin, Peabody; medical director. S. M. Colladay, Hutchinson. Council of adminis tration: D. E. Ballard. Barnes; John B. Camp bell, Kansas City; Ben Fazan, Ellsworth; Charles Harris. Emporia ; A- W. Asherof t. Cha nnte. Delegates to the national encamoment at Philadelphia: First district. B. S. Foster, Hiawatha; G. W. Johnson, Seneca. Second, A...

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 May 1899

3ceblanb13epublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWAUT, - - - rabliUer. TESHS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. One year J1 J Six months J Thr months -- r5 Advertising rates reasonable and LDers. cu eonata Kien on eitendwl contrncu. Entered at the Focottice at GcKxiiani. K.an for tmnjimisBioa throuU tbe malls, its second e Iaas mail matter. FEIDAY, MAY 5. 1?59. A. farm implement trust is beio? put oa foot. For the benefit of the farmer, of course. The steel trust is to be the greatest of them all, with a capitalization of 300,000,000. Gen. Funston, as he may now be ppoken of, is somewhat like Admiral Dewey. No oua can object to his pro motion. The best arguments against the re tention of the Philippines are the long death lists resulting from an attempt to subjugate them. In promoting CoL Fred Funston to a brigadier general, the president has only given a brave and gallant sou of Kansas what he rightfully deserves. Mark Ilanna says that "nothing short of a great calamity can prevent the re nominat...

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 May 1899

r CHAGr3 I CITY GOVRXME.T. Tno "ew Coancil Mti and Organize. The Opera House Purchase. ( Tha mpn tchn crnAa tha nffairs ! of Goodland for the ensain jear met j ut iu cny ua;i iussaay nigut aua or ganized as the new city council. Dr. F. II. Smith, mayor elect beitg absent in the east, tbe couucil first proceeded to the election of a presi dent. C. E. Swarts, senior . member, from First ward, was chosen and took the chair. Councilman btepueus, new- ly elected from the Second, was the only other absentee. II. N. Sebell, First ward, and C. M. Millisack, Third watd, are also new members. E. J. Denney, Second ward, and T. C. Har per, Third -ard, make up the balance of the council, both having been, in the last assembly. ; 1 The new council seems to have adopted a progressive policy, and will commence at once to repair the side walks and street crossings, which every resident knows have been in bad shape for some time. A carload of lumber will be purchased for this purpose alone. The opera...

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. — 5 May 1899

i o Hrr is Human Szt to err alt the tine is criminal or idiotic. Don't continue the mistake of neglecting year Blood, Take Hood9 s S2.rsap3.riUa, ncrjj. It wil make pure, live blood, and pat you in good health. A3 Cons H3 no appetite or Btrenfrti, coaM cot sleep or get rested, was com pletely run down. Two bottles Hood's Sar lapsriUa cared the tired feelin? and I do ray own work." AlBS.A.Dicr.MiilvlUe.N.J. Hood' Fillg enre liver lHi : the pon trrittir,g and fcc'.y cathartic to tak with Hood rtaparii;a NOMENCLATURE FOR ARMY. Kansas People Want Regiment Samfd After State Proud of Their Soldiers. William II. Sears, of Lawrence, Kan secretary to United States Senator Har ris, of Kansas, says the people of Kan sas take great pride in the gallant rec ord made in the Philippines by the Twentieth Kansas regiment, command ed by CoL Fred Funston. Prominent Kansas men are talking- of the desira bility of having- a Kansas regiment in the United States army at all times. To this end they advocat...

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. — 12 May 1899

-'; f i i Li Li U j V4- COOTY 1D CITY OFFICIAL riPEK. GOODLAND, KANSAS, PRIDAY, MORNING, MAY 12, 1899. VOL. XIII. NO. KANSAS IffEWS OF EECENT DATE. Eana Degree of Honor Officer. The Kansas Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W., in session at Salina, elected the following' officers: Grand chief of hon or, Mrs. Grace W. Gulick, Abilene; lady of honor, Mrs. Pauline C Brandt, Gar nett; grand recorder, Mrs. Georgie Not btein, Hiawatha; representatives to su perior lodge, Mrs. Mary J. Forde and E. M. Forde, Emporia, and Pauline En nis, Girard- A new constitution was adopted, providing for biennial sessions in future. Chan ute was selected as the next p7?.ce of meeting-. Social Science Federation. The annual meeting of the Kansas Social Science federation at Junction City last week was largely attended by delegates from the various women's clubu. Winfield was chosen for the 1900 place of meeting-. The following crfheers were elected: Mrt James Humphrey. Junction City, presi dent; Mrs-Euirene Ware, ...

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. — 12 May 1899

Goo&Ianb TSepubKc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER! J. II. STEW ACT, - - - rnbl:her. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ?ix mouths $1 00 J 50 orw months --- v;r---- i Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ai-. e oaats given oa cooiract. Entered at the Potorbce at Gotland. Kan., for transmission tbrougu tne rasas, as second class ie ail matter. FRIDAY, HAY 12. liS9. The Boston Globe says the Kansas volunteers charge like plumbers. There is no Farmer Funston any more. The ex-congressman is now Fred Fanston'a father. It will take several more inquiry boards of the administration kiud to come anywhere near getting at Alger. Germany does not want any trouble in Samoa,but according to all accounts every bit of trouble there bears a Ger man brand. Judge, one of New York's gold bug, comic papers, has hoisted the banner of municipal ownership. Another pop doctrine indorsed. China seems to be the only country left that Spain dares to bully. She has demanded a slice at th9 dividing up of the celestia...

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. — 12 May 1899

A MI CH TLDED BAIN. PESSOSAL v,TTiiaa County Kecelre s Welcome Visitor I.aat Friday. Jost as the crop prospect was begin ning to show sins of unfavorableness the farmer's heart tras made glad by a heavy precipitation, which covered the entire county last Friday night. The week preceding had been one cf wind and dnst and the rain catue at a time whpti it was welcomed by alL The ground is now in excellent con dition and both spring and winter wheat is Iookin? welL A great deal of corn and forage crops are already planted and large acreages more will sorely be pi t in. A report from Thomas county states that very little rain has visited that locality this spring, nearly all crops bein z very backward and the agricul turalists are correspondingly discouraged. .' Council Meetine- An adjirned meeting of the council was held Tuesday nijht. C. E. Swarts, II. N. Scfcell. E. j. Denney, C. M. Milli sack and T.C. Harper were the mem bers present, Mayor F. II. Smith and Councilman V. Stephens be...

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. — 12 May 1899

Thinks AU So." Thousands are 44 cold" in that they do net understand the glow of health. This im plies disordered kidneys, liver, bozuels, blood or brain. Hoof s Sarsaparilla makes 44 warm" because it gives allvoho take it perfect health. 2fod6 SalSapau'f Hood's Wr. earg lim tna rxm-trrtftjcr aa4 ctlyeathartic to taka wiib Hood wMpcfiiA OFFERS TO MRS. GEORGE. Theatrical Slanarers Anilom to S cure Her Stage Attraction I She Will Ltclnre, Mrs. George, when asked at Canton as to her future plans said: "Go on the stage? NeTer; but I -will lecture on woman's rights. I believe in woman'i right. I believe women ought to vote and that a jury ought to be half women. I think a woman has just as much right to make something out of herself as a man." While talking a telegram was handed to her, and, after reading it, she said: Oh, it's aiwther of those offers. This i3 an inquiry about whether I -will go on the stage. It is from Cincinnati, lie quests have come from Cincinnati, Pitts burgh, Colum...

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. — 12 May 1899

dim un roois scattered over ttu prairie. carrying-a pitchfork to protect himself. The animal made a sudden charge. ti i 1 - a. ' , - .InV.n llamTimi! wVir was rn ct;ff I c- ,3 V, n i i 1 ton llarker, Pmla Mot singer, Ambers architect and planned the state normal J crowd. Policemen had hard wr.r-v n ' ml A Uw I. ir Hbe (BooManb IReubltc. SUPPLEMENT. Official County Paper, GOODLAXD, KASSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1899. $1 Per Year. he V FROM OVER THE COUNTY. ! Voltaire. j Mr. aud Mrs. John Klauer, of Good- i land, accompanied by their relatives ! from Lojp.n county, spent Sunday with 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Corkiil. I Grandma Trent and Mrs. George HollTer of Goodland were calling ou ; friends in Voltaire Thursday. j The eldest daughter of Mrs. John t Buss is coutined to her bed with rheu-, matisni. ! Lon Marsh Co.. the Edson well; men, have put dosu two wells for Fred and Hurdett Hurd. They also corn-! pleted a well for Mr. Dooling. Miss Lizzie Caldwell, who has been : under the doctor's care, ...

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. — 19 May 1899

cornr ltd city cmaiiripix GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY: MORNING, MAY 19, 1899. VOL. XIII. NO. 39. uiinSiHirritiilJUUiiJwniillMiMiiUiiiiitiniMiii:jiMM'iiitiiiM'jjiiiiii'ii:iii!ii;!; A SUMMABY OF KANSAS EVENTS. aMi'HHniitjtwHTtiiiwnnTTmHTHiyniiTT?JHHKM?miinT.'ihHTTi!Tmnnnng State Sunday School CooTention. Over 500 delegates attended the thirty- fourth annual convention of the Kan sas State Sunday School association at Hutchinson last week. Her. Dr. I r.v in delivered the address of welcome. Among the speakers was Bishop Vin cent. The treasurer reported expendi tures of over 2,ZjO last year. The as sociation is out of debt. The secre tary's report showed a total Sunday school attendance of 525,154, with 43,- 0T3 ofiScers and teachers. There are 4.601 Sunday schools in the state. The following oScers were elected: President, Kev. W. L. Garges, Newton; vice presidents, J. T. Capley, Manhat tan; C. A. Fornev, Attica, and W. II, Keith, Clay Center; recording secre tary, O. S. Johnson, Pittsbur...

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. — 19 May 1899

ooblanblRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - Publisher. TE21I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.. W g Six months Three months --- ----, Advertising rate reasonable and lineral ai eornU given on extended contracts. Entered at the Poetoffice at Goodiand. Kan., for transmission through the mails, &a second class mail matter. FBIDAY, MAY 19, 1S29. The trusts will know better than to get gay with Texas. The latest advices say that Aguinaldo has fled. This is sometning unusual for Aguinaldo. Sii months imprisonment is the easy sentence given a German editor for calling the Kaiser a poodle. No one considered Gen. Brooke the right man to govern Cuba, save the president and the general nimseii. rm TT : rr --r- errant-a K O t Kansas should buy Fred Funston a swimming suit, not a swom. It can hardly be said that Gov. Stan ley i3 fortifying his political situation by his contemplated parole or Kansas convicts. Priftn r?!v feeVmz toward Spain can now be restored. The last filibustering...

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. — 19 May 1899

1 ! I THE CITY'S FINANCES. PEKiOXAL KOTlJ. In the Moit riatteriDj Condition Since GoodliEd's Incorporation. The finances cf Goodland are in bet ter condition to-day than they ever hare been since the organization of the city in 1533. The committee appointed by the council at their last regular meeting to examine the bock3 of A. D. Stewart, city treasurer, have completed taeir examination and filed the following report, covering the period from April 14, 1S03, to May 5, 1309. RECEIPT S- P&cciYed of II. Andrews, city treasurer. $1.20 25 Rct-ire! of R. J. Jotes. county treasurer 2, 6 ) CJ Kaceivfvl of H. F. Bmvm. city clerk 14 ) Kceiv"l poll tax collected W AI Evpived of iL F. Hereby, police jade, tines 75 Received from licences and other sources 2) C5 Keceived water rents coll.-cted 2J Total DI3BTTESESfENT3. Paid pr-neral warrant? during year.. . Paid water warrants during year Pai'l street warrants dnnnr year Pai l interest on bon.l s liuria? year. Paid city bon.i No. 6 Casu oa L...

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. — 19 May 1899

Kcep to Your Ha.cc and Your Flacewill Keep You." Yithout good health we cannot keep situations or en" joy life Host troubles origi nate in impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich and healthy, and 'will help you 4 4 keep your place. ' ' CuSt Up - Was tired out. had no eppeuie uitil I tock Hood's Sarsaparilla. 2c built me right up and I can eat heartily." tta M. Hagz3, AthoL. Mas 3. lOcdS Sauafiaiifq Bood'a W fnre tirer IIU ; the non-trrltati c (r tid osly cathartic to tak with Hood't Sartarariila. An Exciting: Fire. 'It wa3 this vray," said the clerk. "A young1 lady came in and stood over toy the State street door, waiting- for somebody, I suppose. The plumes of her hat curled down behind and the tip of a plume touched the flame in the cigar lighter over the counter. Next moment the hat was aflame, women were rushing' for the door and the girl who was on fire was shrieking like an Indian. Rudy there, Rudolph GrolL the soda clerk, grabbed a seltzer bottle and let go at ...

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. — 19 May 1899

Hamilton " 4"V garper 3:'m Hodgeman.. -''i jn-- it .'ll'. x wentieth Elliott, of in battle. Kansas, son of Capt. D. S. Cofifeyville, who was killed sas had entered into a combine to fii "Lne measures to preserve the secrecy Prices. of the deliberations have been re- The total mineral output of Kansas fOT?fcled- Only the delegates and secre- partment has ree cablegram from Ge Manila, May 22. Adji are a UiinU r ton -San V."!t i 3..,7.i .. tlbe ooblanb IRe-publtc. nz PLEr.lEHT. Official County Paper, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1S99. $1 Per Year. -' FBOU OVER THE C0U11TY. ValuUr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Swarts of Good land were in this vicinity Sunday. One of Willie Caldwell's mules got cut of tbe pasture and left for greener fields. Billy Henry of Goodland was calling on friends in this neighborhood Sun day. Henry Tagtmire found his etra Jersey heifer at Mr. Garn hart's. Miss Josie Doolie was visiting in Goodland last week. BnwiMr. J. P. Horney moved onto his Sher man county farm las...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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