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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1891

TflXKKSGITI.XG. Tk Fresleeat Prselalaaa tae 38tk as iVaaJkairivisa; Day WACSXJtOTO. D. C, Morember IS Tb following was issue4 this alter " 11000 by the president of the United States: rsocLAatariox. It Is a very triad lneideat of the marvelous prvrptrtxj which hu crowned the J ear now dwlof that lta beartr and rets- wurrag teach has bea felt by all oar people. It has been as wide as oar eouatrr and so "apselal that every home felt lta comforting 'tafia enee. It Is too great to be the work of man's power and too particular to be the de Tie of his mind. 80 God, benefident and all wise, make the labors of men to be fruit ful, redeems their losee by. his inte, and the measure of whose giving Is as much "beyond the thoughts of man as Be la beyond Bis deserts of praise aod gratitude of the VU tmmnA ntlAn . ra .Justly due. Now, therefore, I, Benjamin Harrison, president of the United States of America, -do hereby sppetnt Thursday, the 26th day of November, present, to be a day of Joyful th...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1891

FIFTY YEARS. O golden weddicc d7 1 Tor ysa TUrn anreate dower of weather Iateaalf ed. heaven's perfect bin, 70a frail snowy feather. A counterpart, this glowing day, ' To one the past is shrining. That was as wondroas fair, jou As this that's on us shining. Sincere petition, hearts, for thee May annlTeraarle vanished Bleod glories for the day a to be Till er'ry cloud be banlnhed. Bright day I where golden fancies turn And golden roses lead. And golden years their torches barn September seventeen. Chicago Inter-Ooan. A SPECTRAL PEDAGOGUE. I found the room just as you see IW testified the clerk, "blood on the walls, blood on the bed and a pool of Mood hero on the floor, the body on the diTlan with the gash in tho throat, the razor in the right hand and these samples scattered over the floor." - "Left no noto or letters that would throw anv light upon the subject?" Nothing'." replied the hotel clerk, except the order bork on the man tel, these latere from hU hoase and this scaled enve....

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1891

I tJark Darren s Bride. cnArrru xjil coxrrxcrrt A dark hesvr mui lay atLwart tbe Vtreaia, rv!Hng aad rocking fa tUa tiir wters- DarrrM at otice perceived that it wu tun greater jortlou of tlie pier of tbe fasnooa Oriilgt tbat Awncru Darrell bad refused to eroa- jjuick aa ligtiluiug bi praUeaw eye nteaaurrd lb t.i.iauco be Iwrf tba Mill and tbs inass of tiuitwr, . sad be calculated lb cbaucea of rescuing It. At tbat moment iuetbiii crasued below, and the old 31 111 suivered and shook. ! luia, aald tiir Pullip rapidly, l.iere Is one bope il lie tbere. If ne c iu reach that pier lefor it swiojrs rouud " 11a aaid uo tuore, but srati to tbe sill, clasping IL4 slight form flriuly with Li lelt a nit. Cliu to me, darling so. Sow Jieavea be otir belo! 11 dropped Into tlie tide wlilch ni only sfew feet beneath the whidiw. Not a cry broke from tbe lravegirl ; not fr one second did abe o preaenee of mind as the cruel water! seized their prey ; but abe held her loTer aa be bad told her, aoaa to ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1891

P Now have their stock complete and ask an inspection of state. LOWER PRICES given on good goods than any i GLEANINGS. Dr.Tbornai went oter to Bird City Sun day. J. T. Rogers of Gallsburg, 111., wm here Ioody. E. P. LetvU of Wallace, Km., wm In town Tueaday. T. P. Leonard and wife are visiting In Denver. Col. Bead the article, "railroad employee ts. the farmer." George Flora of LeaTenwortb, Ks., wai here Sunday. J. C. Wilson of Oberlln. Kas.. is here at tending court. A. H. EUla of Belolt, Kaa., waa In Good land Thursday. C. J. Markham and family left Monday lor Denver, Col. D. nave o: Atwood, Kaa., waa at the Palace Tuesday. A aurpiise party waa given Uraa Swlaher Thurady night. Corn and potatoes taken on subscription to The KxruBLic. Editor Fitch took a trip to Burlington, Col., Friday afternoon. A. H. Hob art of Claremont, Col., was In Goodland Wedaeaday. M. B. Tomblln la nursing a lama leg, the result of an oM bruUe. II. Cannon of 8U Joe, Mo., waa at the Orler house Wadaesday. H...

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. — 27 November 1891

. . - - i f - i ! ! --- . oodlan VOLUME VI. NUMBER XIV. GOODL.AUD, KANSAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1 lie i - J i :. , l P- Si 1 : X- C. M. Is Receiving Chp Load nfler Uar Load of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Groceries, Gent's Furnishing Goods. These Goods were bought in the Uest Market for SPOT CASI1 on Receipt of Goods', winch he is selling at Spot Cash. Call and roc as before buying and you will find our Price? Justifies the Immense Busmess we are tloir,. C. M. GOODLND, FOSTER, the Weather Prophet, predicts for November yry cold weather with frequent storms and blizzards. If you wish to prepare for the cold weather, go to j 11 Si ri i i i A W HI fa fe fa ft & tiVft ft There you will find and lowest prices. Their dry goods depart- : mentis replete with new goods. An immense line of flannels, Canton flannels, underwear, shawls, blankets, ladies' and! misses' ! jackets and long coats, caps, clothing, boots and shoes, arctics and flannel-lined shoes. ! Give us 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. — 27 November 1891

0!jc (SooDlaitD.gtr public ITKWART -, Publisher. GOODLAND, - KANSAS. KANSAS NWS. Bbort Calling From all Part or tbe State. A West Atchison man had hia Treated for robbing him of $3. Trouble Is said to be brewing- in son tbe railway mail service at Atchison. One apple tree near Junction City has netted ita owner $10 this year. Twenty-seven families named Smith recently held a reunion at Osborne. The Central branch country la full of eastern people looking for farms. Tbe Junction City flour mills are grinding out ten carloads of flour a week. The railroad bridge acron3 tbo Ver million, west of Frankfort, hai been oompleted. Dodge City has a fine new flouring mill which will be in operation within sixty days. The Greenleaf Mercantile company is shipping large quantities of apples to Denver. , The Kansas Farmer says that a flock of good bhetep on the place is the farm er's best friend. Sugar from the Foi t Scott factory sells on the home market at twenty four pounds for$l. lion. WiUiam ...

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. — 27 November 1891

APOLLO'S HARP. anelecit OreHen rlorr im shadow and Its lieht Ob taKhi from niytide rtory Ktm haunting rue tonight. Yewve beard of great A polio, Tn-e woudertnl the fair bloom and blight would follow ilia arrows through the air. Yesve heard of how he wandered, La chariot of fire lie w a arie sobbed and thnndered When e'er be touched his lyre. So aura and deep its sweetness T leli of joy or ftrile, la aseiody's com jJetenerta It Htaed a thing o( lite. Bot not its najc power, To waken mirth or pain. Orpe-otion for an hoar. Keeps haanting xne again Bat tats if it were ever Laid on a silent stone. That ton when struck would quiver With auuslc like its own. And setuehow though bat story f nwu from a darkome age It vlearas with golden glory, lake words 01 hoary bags. For eomfort and auranee The laMe hide witiiir 8trong laith lor brave er.luranca- Kwtti hepo (or erring wen. EbaH I niw thought Interpret. And al I make it known? God' ve, lo harp, U penect, Eaeh h- rt a silent Mone. Matlie Con...

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. — 27 November 1891

The Goodland Republic. COODkAiTD. - - ' KANSAS. Published Every Frlcfay. BY I 0. STEWART, Editor and Pclto. S1.50 PER YEAR. Enteied at the PoMoffle at 6nolliDd, Xantas, as second-claw Mail-Matter. There are naid to be about fifty buffaloes left in Wyoming. 'Ik I reat I mat," in a German pro Terb. "If I trust I bust," U the American version. Easterx Kansas has had its share of drouth this fall, and is now getting a touch of early winter. "The American prduct" humbug -was badly sut down on at Denver last week at the mining congress. The war scare has had the good effect of stirriifg up the government officials and" the navy yard employes. Austria is preparing to receive our porkers with open mouths. They Unow a good fat tiring when they ee it in Austria. The greatnees of the west and its vast resources and commercial in terest need to be studied on the spot to be fully understood. Sir Cha.ri.z3 Dijlkb, who is fa miliar with- all the armies of Europe, ays that the French army is now th...

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. — 27 November 1891

AMERICA OX TOP. lalse Skiilder Score m. Great Maritime Vletsry. Tb Maine shipbuilding meo have cored a great Tictorj In the triumph of - m gigantic ship Sueuandoh, which baa - Jaar. completed a rare from Sao Fran ctco to Harre, France, at which port a - cablegram anoouuees she arrived today. On August 1, four lading vessels left Baa Francisco for Europe and it was understood at the time that there would be a lively race, Shipping men were tgmllf interested in the race. The members of the Marltl-ue exchange, in this city, were dlCMsiug the race and were Jubllent over the victory of the fehaoandoah, which they said would give an Impetus to American rhipbulldlng. The ships engaged In the race were the Shenandoah, the Brillsti Mdp Strath earn, the 8. L. Charles on of RocWport, We., and the British ship Ualkomoh. The il. P. Grace left at the kame time for New York. The destination of the f oar races was Harre. The tune of the v ship's voyage was a 109 days. None f the other veseU in the ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1891

Jobo Xtlilte's Tbanluslrlns- "Thsnkjlvlng! for what?" and he muttered a curse "For the plainest or food and mi empty purse; Voi a life of bard work aud the shabbiest clothes? But lfa Idle to talk of a poor man's woes! Let the rich give thanks. It Is the who can; There is nothing lu life for laboring man." Bo laid John Wblte loot wood wife Jano. And o'er her facu ntolo a look of pain. "Nothing, dear John?" and he thought agalo; Then glanced more kludlr down on Jane. I wa wrong." he aald: "I'd forgotten you I And I've my health, and the baby, too." And the baby crowed - 'tut a bouncing boy And o'er Jane's face cuma eok of Joy; And the kilted her John at hd -H t away; And he said to himself. as he wotked that day: I waa wrong, v rr wrong: I'll not grumble again. I ahoold' surely be thankful fur baby and Jane.'' THANKSGIVING ROMANCE T IS CnfftTPIQ late, Elirabeth. I yOU Will have to get tho cows to-nijrht; I don't see any thing' of your brother." said M r s. Edwards, peering through the...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1891

OTSTSS ENJOYS XSotli the met-- and rerulta when 6rup of Fin is taken ; It im pleasant Ad refreshing to the taste, aid arts recti j jet prompt! j on the Kidneys, Lrrer and Bowels, cleanses the tjs teea efiectuall y, dispels colds, bead cbs and ferers and cares habitaal sonrtipaticm. Srrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind rer pro duced, pleasing to the taste ana ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Its action and truly beneficial in its aSecta, prepared only from the moat healthy and ajrreeablo substances, ha many excellent qualities com mead it to all and hare made it the most popular remedy known. Frrup 01 Figs is for rale in COo and l bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not h&Te it on hand will pro car it promptly for udj one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. t CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP COL 4 mAMCJiCO LMU VJt8 VILLI. KT. AM rORK. atf. German yrup Here is an incident from th; South -Mississippi, written in April, 1890,' ust after ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1891

t " ! BLBHOFE3R; ITT ir. EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN Gk 15 Now have The Goodland Republic. GOODLAND, KANSAS. GLEANINGS. Mr. Tred Webb was taken sick with a fever Monday. C. A. Brannon haa put hbi dallverr rig on the street again. K. J. Campbell Of Burlington, Col., was In the city Tueoday. C. A. Gllraore of St. Francis, Kas., was In Goodland Sunday. M. J. Larlnne of Wallace, Kas., was In Goodland Sunday. W. B. Fritz has a largo doll four feet high Imported from Germany. Dr. Frank Smith returned home from a Yltilt to Iowa City Sunday. We are indebted to tb. Morris drugstore for a fine Havana cigar Tuesday. W. J. Simmons of Norton. Kan., was In Goodland last week attending court. C. K. Testers of McAllister. Logan county Kas., was up to Goodland Wednesday. The poatofflce book store has a very fine how window full of holiday presents. The Thanksgiving turkey wishes that he waa some other kind of a bird these days. A. B. Montgomery returned Saturday from the attendance at the mining congress. ...

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 December 1891

V VOIsUHBVL NUMBER XV. G. II. LIIXiIiIS ACK I Receiving Cur Load after Oar Lbad of Dry Goods, Boots. Shoes, ClotHing, Groceries. - Gent's Furrxisriing i Goods. Thee Goods were Bought in the Best Market for SrOT CASH on Receipt of Goods, which he is telling at Spot Cash Prioes. Call and see as before buying and you will find oar Prices Justifies the Immense Business we are doiu&. C. M. MILLISAGK, GOODLa.ND, ' POSTER, the Weather Prophet, predicts for December very cold weather with frequent storms and blizzards. If you wish to prepare for the cold weather, AW There you will find and lowest prices. Their dry goods depart iment is replete with new goods. An immense line of flannels, Canton flannels, underwear, shawls, blankets, ladies' and misses' jackets and long coats, gloves, mittens, hats, caps, clothing, boots and shoes, arctics and ; flannel-lined shoes. OI ve urt a call ohd vsro will oonvlnce ydu that it pay . to trade with us. Yours, truly J. "Twill Make you Smile Stock 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. — 4 December 1891

Gljc SooDUmD JUpublt j ITRWABT tOn PvklUkcn. v GOODLAND. KANSAS. KANSAS NEWS. 5 Sbort Calling From all Part of the State. A. Dnrbln of Mound City has a mad stone. MoLouth is to bare a Methodist par osage. Hog cholera is quite serious in Dick inson county. , Arkansas City wants the Cheroke strip opened. There is a big alligator In the Neo sho at Emporia. A 2,000 fire in Douglas oounty was started by hunters. A Ness county pumpkin weighs ninety-eight pounds. Shawnee county prisoners are at work in a stone quarry. Abilene will have a course of lectures on literary topics this winter. Arkansas City is to hare a brass band composed of young ladles. Sugar beet culture in Saline county this season nelted $30 per acre. Conway Springs has been made a division point of the D. G. & A. Thirty -six students in the Clay Cen ter high school are non-residents. In Labette county they have a po litical order known as "Bald Hornet." On the Little Walnut in Cowley county, there lives a girl uamed S...

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 December 1891

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST . : ! i At trio Nebraska General Election, Held November 3. 1 89 1 , for Judge of the Supreme Court. Regents of the State University I j and District J udgesj j tcrxT or ti cxivsaamr. cuutmra Jkdaaie, A ab-iope.. . . . . Banner. ....... . llllM Boom Bold Hot Butt Hrowm Buffalo... Butler Burt Cmam Odar Chaae. Cheyenne Obarry CUT Joifa... Cuming Cuater Iakota Dti Liawaon... Ixtual IHxoe, UoOT iHxiclas lmnir niinior FraakUa. JTooller Funu 3ae OarflrH Ooeper. 4traot Jrl4y.... HaJl Hamilton. HvIid. Kaye. littcbcock Hooker Holt Howard JefTaraoa Jobaaoa , Xaaraey Kay Pah a JCatta Xlaaball Kooi Leacaatar . ... iLlacola Xrn Loup Jfaataoa.. .. Merrick . StePavrson..... Xisot......,., Sfemafca. ....... Kuckotla..-.. . Otoa rwof Ferktas Pleroa Faalpa PlaUa. TTol Jld WUlow... .Richardson. . . . (Keck- tlaJloa. Rrpr tiaiodm fcootla bluff eairtl rMierl.ian btrm&Q. fclouz irtaaloa. ( Thayer ' Taouias TburMOD V allay Washington... Wayne Webster Wheeler Tock Totals' i 5? 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 December 1891

The Goodlapd Republic. WOODLAND. - - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. 1 STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Tostofflce t Goodland, Kansas, aa eceond-rlaas Mail-Matter. It is reported that the wheat har vest in the Aigentiue republic this year is likaly to be the heaviest ever Inown. Airr comparison, however, which can be made of the people's party vote last fall and this, shows that it lias held its strength remarkably well. Chairman Taubkxeck hits the nail equarely on the head when he says: It is easier for a hen to lay afresh egg than to purify a bad one, heuee the futility of attempting to reform the old parties.' Both are bad eggs. When Queen Victoria is rigged out for a state occasion like a "draw ing room," it is no unusual thing to Fee her display $70,009 worth of jewelry spread upou her comforta Lie robes of office. Agricultural labor is maid to be po scarce in some of the midland ceun titfs of England that the crops are lying on the fields ung...

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 December 1891

f-f TIIE PRESS VERDICT Botno Cllrttnx About the Good " land ItUlnmakem froni Sev eral ot thte ia!ly Papers. Tke Temple, " T., Experiment The IJTett the Melbourne PUnof Irrlj tloa Will Hare on Kanaaa. Tbe aacee or f.ulure of tbe Mel Wirnite nysteta mt rainmaktng Is of x-reat Importance to the farmer and business nieo of Western KinMi. If It proves a ncce, as !' member o the Inter state ArtlHrUl Rain company of lids city claim that It will. It will have the effect of makln vetern Kansas the IJnet agricultural count ry In thU con tinent. If not In the -orld. As the reiuilta of lt yeara toll the farmers are now bringloz to market wheat of tbe finest quality; crn also proved a good crop. If so cood h showing can be made In this country, which I put don nop the maps of the Untted fUstes as the Tireat American De--ert, what would be the revolt. If It l pogsibb-. by means of the ureal art idelil ttriHiion scheme, to Irrigate thl o-c:llcd d-ert whenever needed? The only n.lli! result Wool.! ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1891

October jrave party: Tlie Ifarct by hundred came. And Anlien. OaU. and Maple. And thre of everr nnm. Th un)ilne upread carpet, And Tprjitilug m grand, M!- XYeatlicr led tlie dancing, I'rofeaaor Wind the band. Tlie Chestnut! came In yellow. The Oaka In crirnon dreed; The lively Mlse Maple In erlet lokd their beit. And bal-inced all tbclr partners. And rully fluttered by; Tbe sU'ht wr.a like a rainbow New fallen from tbe ky. Then. In the rustic hollows. At hlde-and-aeek"' the played, Tbe party closed at auudowo. And everybody stayed. Profeavr Wind played louder; They flew along the grouud; And then the party ended In jolly "bauds around." nadatatrar.' Ho was a big: brown dog, the pet of tbe regiment. Col. 11 , his maater. had brought him from Madagascar, hence his name. When he first Joined tbe company he whs devoted exclusively to his owner, but In the course of three months he had be come everybody's dog; and with good reason, for all the men made much of him. When we were at Fair O...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1891

A a- ea Pobapsycra do not beliere these tatements poncemio Green's An gnst Flower. Well, we can't make you. We can't force conviction in to your head or med Doubting; icine into your throat. We don't Thomas. : want to. The money 15 yours, and the . a misery is rpurs; ana until you are willing: to believe, and spend the one for the relief of . the other, they will tay to. John H. Poster, i L22 Brown Street, Philadelphia, says: " My wile is a little Scotch woman. thirty years of a ee and of a naturally oelicate disposition. For five or six years past she has been suffering ' from Dyspepsia. She Vomit became so bad at last . that she could not sit Every Me4l. down to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it. Two bottles of your August Flower have cured her, after many doctors failed. Bhe can now eat anything; and enjoy It; and as lor Dyspepsia, she does not know that fctie ever hud it." p Oarae Cess; ka, Celes, Sore Tkroet, CreB,Wkeo C.smnptiaa ta In Mia, u4tnnni(la a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1891

V 0"o H H EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN 1 - I . i Clofhin H B f ' 1? urmsmnss, E 1 - iw r u hi w h a . ! - (1 i i ' T is. Now have The c. GOODLAND, KANSAS. GLEANINGS. Tae show people left Sunday for Colby. Tufty Seott left Saturday for Oberiia Kaa. Bead the ntertcara ,a a4 a Um I fib Tbs Christian church baa reeeirsd eeet f paist. W. r. Fedderaaa left last week for Topcka. RT. Jones returned last woak. from Chicago. George Austia will reed Thb Rxrcnuc hereafter. Attorney HHa lefUthls week for hla homo at BeJort Kaa. Attorney Pratt Uft Saturday for bia borne at Kortoa Kas. Geerrs Bradley cane back from Kaaaaj Cltr ..Sunday. .A. Sutherland of LeaTeawortn, Kas., w be re Suaday. Jndre Smith left Tuesdsy for his borne at Stockton, Kaa. N. J. Spencer of St- Joe, Ho, was la tbe etty Tuesday. Oeorre J. Blabop of Tspeka, Kaa., wee la tbe dry Monday. J. W. II edges la out after a serers Illness of typbold ferer. 1 W. K. Fosket of Bexford, Kaa., waa la tbe city Saturday. C. T. Rule of Kaaorado, waa ers...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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