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The Coronado Star from Coronado, Kansas • 8

The Coronado Star from Coronado, Kansas • 8

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tie Leading Hard ware Merchant of W. J. Chubbuck, THE COROxADO STAR. Wichita County, I 1 Kansas. Tryntai i Thi space to Thomas O.

Ilali, who is now shelving one of the largeet tocks of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ever shipped into Wichita county. Cal! 0,2 him and sst Ms low prices. The e's Peopl -DEALER IN- Tbe Union Pacific railway will soon equip 33 signal service stations on their lines, four of which will be in Kansas, viz Wamego, Brookville, Ellis" and Wallace. At each of these stations an operator in charge will make observations on the weather at 5 a. m.

and 5 p. a report of which will be sent to the general signa station, which is to be established at Omaha. From this the chief signal of-ficer will make up his report and forecast the weather from twenty-four to forty-eight hours. This company' has also been the first in the west to take up the twenty-four hour system. For the past five or six weeks the employes have been familiarizing themselves with the system, and it is to be adopted at the first chance of time on the road, which will occur within the next two weeks.

It is claimed by the officers of the road that this will obviate any chance of mistake in using a. m.and p. and that this is the only correct system of time, and that it will be adopted by all roads inside of two years. Prof. I.

Horner, of Emporia, the inde-featible tree man, the sericulturist, the great advocate of the Russian and Russian Olive is moving heaven and earth in his endeavors to establish two state forest stations in South West Kansas, one on the U. P. and one on the Santa Fe. A number of friends and co-workers have assisted him in drafting a bill to be pre sented to the coming legislature. Let every body work for It is 'worthy of support.

It is the necessity of the hour. We can hav them if we so With a mighty voic let the giant ycung West insist, Patents granted to citizens of Kansas during the past week, and reported expressly for the Star by C. A. Snow Co. Patent lawyers, opp, Patent Office, Wash ington, JJ.

(J. U. J. Powell, Uardiner, wheelplowj G. W.

Hurley, Burlington, elevator J. C. Johnston, Douglass, car-coupling; L. Kirlin, Axtell, listed corn cultivator J. B.

M. Price, Hiawatha, ba by protector and charmer J. O. Stock- well, Burlington, preventing induction J. B.

Rilev and H. Radley, Pittsburjx, tongue support. General Grant died at the age cf G3 General Logan died ct the age of 61 Gen eral Hancock died at the age of 61 General McClellen died at the age of GO General Hal leek died at the age of 59 Gener" al Geo G. Mead died at 57 General Geo H. Thomas died at 54 General W.

Sherman is the ouly one of the few greatest generals of the war who has passed far beyond the fatal 63, and arragut, the greatest naval hero, died at 69. Buy your children's presents at the Yan kee Notion Store. The Sharou Springs Leader is eat five-column quarto that has been etartt to boom Sharon Springs. Joe F. White is editor and proprietor, and with his l.irge newspaper experience will give the resideuts of Wallace couuty a paper they need not be ashamed of.

Mr. John Weaver hiis just received an elegant assortment of holiday goods suitable for Christmas presents. Also a carload of flour at bed-rock prices. 51 Miss L. Ellen Miller has concluded to deliver another of her intellectual lectures sn '-Life in- Burmah" at the M.

E. church, in Leoti, next Sunday evening An elegant line of colored glassware at the Yankee Notion Store. We have received from the publisher, a copy of the Western Rural, one of the best farm and stock publications in the United States. To the farmer wishing to keep himself posted on all matters appertaining to the farm this journal is invaluable, for the information contained in its columns is worth ten times the price asked for it. In order that our subscribers may secure this journal, we will club the Star with the Western Rura, $3.15 Handy Dictionary, containing 30,000 words 1.00 Rural Architecture 40 Total $4.55 To the subscriber paying us $2.75 cash we will send the Star and Western Rural one yerr, and furnish a copy of the Dictionary and a copy of Rural Architecture.

This is just about one-half the regular price, and is the best offer ever made by a publisher. Call and see eample copy. Candies enough to feed all the girls in Wichita county at the post office.45 No. 799. Land Office at wa-Keeney, Ks.

Jan. 11, 1887, Comidaint having been entered at this offica by williara H. Roach against. Joseph P. Bran- wood tor abandoning his Homestead Emrv -o.

in.S72, dated Dec. 24th. l-5, upon the ne or see 14. tp 18 S5 0 P.M. wiehita county; Kans; with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this ofiice oti the 21st day of February, 1S7 at 1 o'clock p.

m. to respoud and furnish testimouv couceminar sail aliened 3 PILKINTON; Receiver. -No. 7990. i v.

TJ. S. Land Office. Wa-keeney, Jan. 11.

1887. having bnn entered at this office by Jack Fanning against Orra Wikoff f.ir fi.hanuming his Homestead Entry Xo.lC873, da-led Deoeiubt-r the nw qr sec 13, tp 18 s. 35 in Wichita emmtv with a view lt, the cancellation of said entry; the sail Turtles arelie.eb summoned to appear at this ofiiee on 2lt day of Feb, 1874 r.t 1 o'clock p. to and iarui.n. testmion concerning saia 1 all -geil 3 WML PILKEIITOX Receiver.

No. 7-0K. Land Ofiice at wa-Keeney, Jan. 8, 1SS7. Complaint having been entered at this ofiice by Charles Sheehan against Charles Buckingham for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry Number 7S2G, dated November 2, upon the southeast quarter of section 6, township 16 range 37 west, in wiehita county, Ks.

with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that Charles Buckingham has wholly failed during and since the first year of said entry to break, plow or cultivate five acres of said land? or any part thereof, or to cause the same to be done, that all said ra'lures said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 21st day of February, I807, at 1 o'clock p. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. 3 PILKENTON, Register. PROOFS Accurately written and guaranteed to be correct OR NO PAY J. Word Carson, WA-KEENEY KANS.

We have received sample copies of the Western Rural, Demorest's Monthly, Farmers' Journal and Yankee Blade, and can give our subscribers very low clubbing rates for any or all of them. Call in and take advantage cf the low clubbing rates. A large and elegant stock of glass and queensware has just been shelved at the Hoosier Grocery Step in and look at it and get prices.23. NOTICES FOR PUBLICATION. No.

7497. rand Office at wakeeney, Jan. 8, 1887. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of U. S.

land office at wakeeney, on, Feb. 21, 1887, viz Gilbert Collins, 9403 for the ne quarter sec 3, tp 17 35 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon aad cultivation of said land, viz; Hobbs, Granc Shumard, Noah Letts, Isidore McShay, of Coronado, Ks. 3 w. C.

Tj. BEARD. Register No. 7498. Land Office at wa-keeney, Jan.

8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be made before register and receiver of TJ land office at wa-keeney, on February 21, 1887, viz: Gront Shumard, 10012 for the half nw qr and west half of ne qr sec 15, township 17 35 west, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz CP Hobbs, Noah Letts, Isidore McShay, Gilbert Collins, of Coronado, kans 3 Beard, register. No. 7490. Land Office at wa-keeney, kas.

Jan. 8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to maKe final proof in support of his that said prodf will be made before Register and receiver of land ofiice at wa-keeney, on February 21st, 1887, viz: James wigle, 10492 for the ne qr see 21, tp 16 35 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous' residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz Russell, Frederick wait-man, 1F Sears, A Metcalf, of Coronado, Ks. 3 w.

C. L. Beard, Register. No. 7502.

Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Ks. Jan, 8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be made before Register and Keceiver of TJ. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, on March 7th, 1S8G, viz: Jesse A.

Mitchell, JD 112G, for the sw qr sec 22, tp 19 35 6 m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Martin Sparr, Edward weir, Henry Lewis, John weir, of Coronado, kans. 3 W. C. L.

BEARD, Register. No. 7505. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Jan. 8, 1887.

Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim.and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, on February 17, 1887, viz: George w. Buck D. S.

10G51, tor the ne qr sec 28, tp 16 37 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Alexander Oliver, Alexander C. Millspaugh, Frank Wright, Benjamin Moreland, of Coronado, kans. 3 W. C.

L. BEARD, Register. No. 7503. Land Office at Wa-Keenej Jan.

7, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the followmg-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, on February 23, 1887, viz: Henry A. Piatt, D.

S. No. 10420, for the ne qr section 8, tp T7 35 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz rdchard Keller, waiter Taylor, William Irwin, James Taylor, of Coronado, kans. 3 W.

C. L. BEARD, Register. No. 7500.

Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Jau. 8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, on March 7, 1S87, Martin Sparr, D.

S. 97U, for nw qr sec 17, tp 19 35 w. He names the following witnesses to pasove his continuous repidence upon and of said land, viz: Jesse A. Mitchell, George Mitchell. Henrv Lewis, of coronado, kans.

3 W. C. L. BEARD, Register. No.

7501. Land Ofiice at Wa-Keeney, Jan. 8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ. S.

Land Office at Wa-Keeney, kansas, on March 7, 1887, viz George Mitchell, D. S. 11237, for the northwest qr sec 27, tp 19 35 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Martin L. Sparr, Rdv.

ard J. C. Weir, Henry Lewis, John Weir, of Coronado, kans. 3 W. C.

L. BEARD, Register. NO. 749fi. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Jau.

8, 1887. Notice is hereby grven that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of U. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, kans, on February 23, 1887, viz William Irwin, S. 10707, for the se qr eec 8, tp 17 8, 35 w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz Walter Taylor, Henry A Piatt, Emory Piatt, Richard Keller, of Coronado, kans. 8 W. C. It. BEARD, Register.

No. 4790. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Jam 8 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his that said proof will be mssde before Resister and Receiver at Wa-Keeney, on Jfarch 7, 18S7, viz Henry J. Lewis, D.

S. 10732. for the sw qr sec 10, tp 19 35 6 m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of snid land, viz: Martin Sparr, George Mitchell, Edward weir, Jesse A Mitchell, of Coronado, ks. 3 W.

C. L. BEARD, Register. No. 7492.

Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Jan. 8, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof: in support his that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ. S. Land Office at Wa-Kee-nev, on February 23, 1887, viz: Emory Piatt, 10421, tor the east half northeast or and east half southeast qr sec 5, tpl7 south, 35 v.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upnn and cultivation of paid land, viz: waiter Taylor. James Tavlor. Richard Keller, william Irwin, of Coronado, Kans. 3 W. C.

L. BEARD, Register. No. Lsnd Office at wa-keeney, Dec. 28, 1886.

Notice is herebv given that the following named KPttler has filed notice of his intention to make final nroof in support of his that said nroof will be made before Register and Receiver of TJ land ofiice at wa-keeney. irs i-ohrnnix viz Dennis L. Hayes, ivn tnr t.ho ra nr sfif! fi. tn IT'S, 35 w. ne TtQ-rcac! Ha witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of londmT-wM Ke.iman.

Mjeanaer run- lips, Adair, Charles A Chmberg, of Corona do, kans. wCL Beard Register. COROMJ)0. Gem city of the plains pride of every heart Already fejown from Maine to Oregon Queen of the realm! thy name will start A tide to thee sucli as the sun ne'er shone on. Thy beauty entrances every soul; Thy buildings captivate the eye of all Thy church spires glisten like the gold That paves the streets within heaven's wall.

Then live on, Coronado live Till time to earth shall be known no more And may each passing year to it give A boom unequalled heretofore. Owing to the large demand we conclu-ded to print the songs of the sod shanty, and here they are now fresh from the press: the famous Old Sod Shanty, the girl's unfavorable reply, and Sam's retort, three songs and a true story besides. Five cents each, 6 for 25cts. This is a fine thing to send east and will give more sat isfaction than an ordinary Christmas card. We have printed only a limited number so don't fail to drop in and secure some of them before they are all gone, for sale at the.

Yankes Notion Store. Mr. C. Talmadge has a corps of men engaged in cutting ice out on the Beaver: He will pnt up about two hundred tons, enough to keep us all cool next summer. Jake, come around next August, bring along a chunk of ice, and we will mix you up an old-fashioned mint julep that will make you feel as if you owned the United States.

11 Landlord Singmaster, of the Hotel Ven- dome, came within an ace of being book ed for a siege with the fever, but we are pleased to note that he is on his forked ends and will soon be ail right again. W. C. L. Beard, Register of the U.

S. 0 Land office at Wa-Keeney, has been confined to his room for the past ten days with the fever, in consequence of which the office is away behind in its work. We hope the worst is over and that he will soon be at his post again. Remember the bubble social next Wed nesday evening, January 19th, to be held in the Matlack Hall. Every body come and blow a bubble for the prize.

Mush and milk will be served for refreshments. Dr. John Schilling is off for a week's visit at Hiawatha. Mr. A.

J. Fowler feasted a number of is friends on "antelope" Monday. The antelope meat proved to be mutton, and now A. J. rants anil pants, ana vows ne will get even with the "butcher boy" that put up the job on him, aven if he has to charge him ten cents for a one cent postage stamp.

A deputy revenue inspector is in the city trying to discover if there are any persons here evading the payment of in- ternnl revenue tax. Mr. Noah II. Letts, of Letts P. county, was interviewing our citizens yesterday.

He is a whole-souled gentleman, such an one as Wichita county is proud of. Mr. Lon Wharton, not being satisfied with running a first-class paper at Pierce-ville, has started another at Kearney, Kearney county, and has, named it he Kearney Koyote. Lon has the give his readers a paper that will be a welcome visitor. Water Supply Company.

J. II. Morland Son will furnish water at any point in the city for the low price of 20 cents per barrel or 1 cent per pail 20 pails constituting a barrel. -'They will furnish iu quantity to suit consumer, from one to five pails, or that many barrels. To deprive western counties of the risrht to vote bonds would not ouly be ruinous to tneir prospects ana retard their development, but would be a piece of sectional legislation that would arouse just indignation.

Emporia Republican. We have not noticed a transfer by the Leoti town company where the sum real ized was more than one dollar per lot. This is just one dollar more than they are worth. Mrs. Wheeler, wife of Andrew Wheeler, met with a painful accident yesterday af- ternron.

In stepping out of the door her foot struck a board covered with ice, which gave her a 6udden momentum, caus ing a severe sprain of the anklp. We hope to soon hear of her being able to attend to household duties. Mr. James E. Secrest is nursjng a pet boil.

In the course of an article in the Kansas City Times of a recent date, Milt Reynolds remarks very truthfully; "But one idea has pervaded the minds of Kansas journalists pride of State. Every newspaper man has' felt that the honors were to be won in his profession by saying the best things of Kansas ard the nio-t of them. No state was ever aided by its newspapers so much as Kansas has been been by its vigorous, spirited and manly press. Kansas editors believe in the state more than in anv party. The rounded and perfected sunflower, as the emblem of their state, commands greater ooeis- iTifA 11.

Teverer.crt from "them than the aree ana reverence ironi mem iuju lu shibboleth ol any partisan or creed." There seems to be no let up to Corona" do's building boom. A foundation for either a business or residence house shoots up every workiug day in the week. At the rate we have been building for the past few mouths the lots on our town site will soon be exhausted. Finest line of holidey goods in the city at the Yankee Notion Store. For choice relinquishments call on Starnes, Lilly Loomis.32 Call on Y.

J. Chuhbuck for stoves tinware.32 and Teiras cf SvLbscripticaa. year $1-50 Six 75 (Invariably in advance.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1837. Tinwork a specialty at Subscribe for the Star and posted. BaHders' hardware a specialty at Chub- Call on Geo.

Coombs for brick or Choice relinquishments at Monroe I Go to W. J. Chubbuck for hardware and $100,000 to loan at lowest ratest Monroe HenkeFs.37 Choice deeded land for sale by Starnes, Lilly fc Loomis.33tf. Call and examine cook and heating stoves as Dr. Charlas Flack now ties up drugs at Br.

A. J. Wright's drug store. Starnes, 'Lilly Loomis have some spe ftial bargains in tree claims. 32 A large line of holiday goods to select from at the Yankee Notion Store.

Subscribe for the Star, the only Democratic paper published in the county. Mr. John C. Weir, who owns one of the finest farms in 19-35, was a caller at this office yesterday. Mr.

Clarence Hare, of the firm of Hare4 left for Wallace yesterday morning, where they have a car-load of groceries ou the track. Mr. II. A. Kight, proprietor of the Fulton Meat Market, is battling bravely and will come out victorious in his fight with the bilious fever.

A couple of prominent bankers from Colby City spent yesterday in our city. They will invest in city property and go into business here. Miss L. Ellen Miller delivered one of her popular and intersting lectures to a large and appreciative audience at the M. E.

church last Sabbath evening. Wanted Half section of good land those having relinquishments or other land, address (statiug price) R. W. Kelly, 317 Kansas avenue, Atchison, Ks.3-5 Go and test your lungs at the social next Wednesday evening in the Matlack Hall. If you blow the biggest bubble you will walk oft with the prize.

At the Star Restaurant will be found some of the finest home-made mince meat ever put on the market. Call ontMrs. S. Bell and take your wife home four or five pounds of it.3 1 On account of the severity of the elements, Presiding elder George failed to put iu an appearance, consequently the dedication of the beautiful M. E.

church to be postponed. Mr. Thomas O. Hall is now busily engaged in shelving his. large stock of general merchandise.

He will be ready for businoss Monday and extends an invitation to all to drop in and see him. The commissioners of Wichita county have called an election for the purpose of voting on the county seat question. Tuesday, February 8th, is the day set. Next week we will publish the proclamation. Many of the Leotans are on the fence' not knowing which way to fall.

They know full well that Coronado will get there on the permanent county seat question and are already packing their grips. Many will move over, some will go to Colorado, while a few of them will take in No Man's land. Messrs. McDonald Walton have now in stock everything usually found in a general merchandise store. Their prices Ure within the reach of all, their goods are new fresh and clean, and their clerks are accommodating and obliging.

Step In and get prices when in need of anything in their line. Read their ad. Our nublic school is a credit to our young and fast-growing city. It is un der the management of Prof. O.

R. Bella my, a graduate of Columbia College, and pupils attending show a marked advance ment over the previous month. Our citl zens feel proud of the fact that their children are in such good hands, and bless the day when Prof. Bellamy took charge of our public school. As we predicted three weeks ago, there is considerable fuss on the west side re garding the free distribution of lots to parties who signed the Leoti memorial.

Jt appears that nearly every man who signed the memorial was promised two or three lots, and the consequence is that the number of lots run out too suddenly The same lots some' instances were promised to a dozen op more parties, ana now the town company are ti in to ex tricate themselves from the piedicament they are in. We told you, boys, to make them give you deeds instead of proniUt-s. The business men of Coronado are well pleased with the outlook. Each week shows increased sales over the previous cue, and tho manner in which they are tocking up is conclusive proof that they have unbounded faith in Coronado becoming the permanent county seat. The best evidence one would wish as to its future greatness is the fact that there is no city property on the market for sale." In all rattle-trap towns you find a different order of things; in Leoti every buildiug in the hamlet can be purchased.

Were they sure of its future prosperity they to culd not be so anxious to unload. Fegh and Poultry, Oysters, Game in Season, And everything Usually found in afirst-class meat market. Highest Cash Prlpes Pajd for all kinds of Butcher's Stock, Next door to the Hoosier Grocery, east side JJain CORONADO, KANSAS- Meat Market. Sail Meat W. E.

PICKETT -HAVE- SHOES, JOHN B. GREER, Attorney at Law, Grreei Pickett $200,000 to ho an I Choice Bargains in Real Estate. Write Insurance. IVSake Collections. See ns before securing a -DEALER IN- BOOTS, GROCER! nighest market price daid for Country Trodnc.

STEP AROUND AND GET HIS LOW PRICES. in the Ackerman building, North Main street..

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1886-1887