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Santa Fe Monitor from Santa Fe, Kansas • 1

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State Historical Society The VOLUME XXV. Santa Fe A. T. S. F.


7 Mexico and Colo. 2:30 a. No. 9 Colo Flyer 6:45 a.m No. 569 Local 8:00 a.

No. 3, p. No.5 Utah Express 10:10 p.m No. 1 California Express 11:48 p. No.

81 10:56 a. EAST -LEAVE DAILY. 2, Atlantic 2:50 a. No. 6, Kansas City Chicago 5:22 a.

No. 4, 10:56 a. No. 8, Kansas City and Chicago 3:45 p. No.

10 Mo. River Flyer 6:32 p. No. 570 Local Accommodation 8:40 p. No.

82 Local 12:10 p. Trains 81 and 82 daily except Sunday. Tickets sold, and baggage checked to all points. J. A.

KING, Agent, Garden City, Kas. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 7th H. Matison senator 38th Distr W.

M. Glenn HASKELL COUNTY. Representative W. W. Ward.

Judge 32nd Wm. H. Thompson L. B. Payne.

C. D. Moots. Heury Johnson cunty Clerk L. Brown.

M. Williamson, Sheriit. W. W. Lucas.

ol A. Wallace. robate Judge L. Snavely. -up't runlic Lelia Davis.

Coumy Attorney C. G. Dennis. DIOrK L. Jasper.

surveyor D. A. Voroner W. T. Willette.

Associate DR. L. V. MINER, ou nty Physician. Oflice up stairs in Court House, SANTA FE, KANSAS.

DR. P. G. ROWE, Homopathie Physician and Surgeon, Garden City, Kansas. Special attention to fitting glasses.

C. G. DENNIS. Attorney at Law, SANTA FE, KANSAS. County Attorney, Haskell County.

FRED J. EVANS, Attorney and Counsellor, Suite 5, Holcomb Building, GARDEN CITY, KANSAS. EDGER ROBERTS, Attorney at Law. Will practiee in all Courts. Business in Haskell county given prompt attention.

Office. Garden City and Santa Fe, Kansas. THE GARDEN CITY HOSPITAL AND SANITARIUM. Corner Chestnut Laurel Garden City, Kansas. -Telephone No.

7. Dr. Helwig's Office hours 1:00 to 3:00 m. Santa SANTA FE. HASKELL Miss Mable Yount is among those who are on the sick list this week.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barlow Saturday forenoon at the Santa Fe Hotel. All parties getting along nicely. Ed Miller and sisters were in from northeast Haskell Thursday looking after business in connection with the estate of their father, the late J.

H. Miller. Ed has our thanks for a renewal of his subscription. A well improved 80-acre farm in Allen county, $1800.00 incumbrance. Owner wishes to trade equity for Haskell Co.

land or live stock. H. M. HOLMES, Penalosa, Kas. "The Jolly Workers" will give an entertainment at the school house of District No.

6, Saturday Mch. 11, 1911, beginning at 7:30 p. m. Admission children under 12 yrs. 10cts, adults 25cts.

It is hoped that every one that can will attend this entertainment as it promises to be something unusual. COMMITTEE. Constipation is the cause of many ailments and disorders that make life miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep your bowels regular and you will avoid these diseases. For sale by P.

O. Pace Co. If you don't get your MONITOR regularly please report to this office, and we will try to find out the trouble. LIST your land with us. Write or call on Corham Realty Loan Stone Hotel Bldg.

Garden City, Kas. CASTORIA RIA For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears che Signature of W. of A. M. Meets the third Saturday night of each month.

Visiting neighbors cordially welcomed S. E. CAVE, V. C. JOHN J.


BELLAMY MILLER Contractors and Builders Fine residence work.a specialty. All work guaranteed to be strictly first class. For information call at this office. F. E.

MURPHY, E. H. ELLIOTT. Presiden Cashier. The Santa fe State Bank.

Capital Stock, $10.000.00. ALL HOME CAPITAL. We do a general Banking Business. We solicit your patronage. Call and see lis.

Any accommodation consistent with conservative banking cheerfully extended. Deposits in this Bank are GUARANTEED by the Bank Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Kansas. DIRECTORS. E. H.

Elliott. F. E. Murphy, A. Custer, S.

Derby J. S. Patrick. Fe COUNTY. KANSAS.

For Sale, some thoroughbred Rhode Island Red cockerels at my residence near Colusa, $1 each R. C. HOSKINSON. L. E.

Karnes and bride returned to Haskell county Friday evening and have been busy since receiving the congratulations of their numerous friends. They report a fine trip. The lecture and entertainment by Miss Atchison at Kells Corner Sunday afternoon was largely attended, the school house being full. All seemed to enjoy the program. There were eight went from Santa Fe.

$80.00 per month straight salary and expenses, to men with rig, to introduce our Poultry Remedies. Don't answer unless you mean business. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated,) East St.

Louis, Ill. Robt. L. Davis, our blacksmith, met with a painful accident Sunday morning while working on Dr. Miner's automobile.

He was cranking it up and in some manner, no one knows exactly how, it kicked back and struck him on the wrist and came very nearly breaking his arm. He has been on the retired list since. The Santa Fe W. C. T.

U. was reorganized Monday afternoon by Miss Atchison. Mrs. G. C.

Mize was elected president, Mrs. S. A. Wait vice president, Mrs. Viola Brown treasurer and Mrs.

Ella Murphy secretary. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Feb. 2nd. Their regular meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Roscoe Roberts and family, a brother of Wesley and Dave, has returned to Haskell county to live.

They shipped their goods to Garden City and brought them down by wagon. They will live on Wesley's place until spring at least. Roscoe lived here some time a few years. ago, since which time he has lived in Arkansas and Oklahoma, but thinks the opportunities are a little better here than any place he has been. It is planned to have a Farm- ers' Institute in Santa Fe Saturday, Feb.

18th, commencing at 10:30 sharp, with at least two state workers present. We hope our farmers will take an interest in this matter and as many as possible be present. You cannot help but be benefitted by attending. We will have further particulars later and probably the program. Talk it up with your neighbors and arrange to be there.

Geo. Baker and wife, and his neighbors, Chas. Waters and wife, were up from the south Tuesday. George was a pleasant caller at these headquarters to get some bonus notes to send to Iowa parties who own land in south Haskell. He has in 350 acres of wheat and is anxiously looking for sufficient moisture to make a crop.

Part of his errand to Santa Fe was to get a new cream separator. They are milking cows now and will milk twelve or fifteen in the summer. He is a firm believer in the cow as a money maker, Monitor. THURSDAY. JANUARY 26.

1911. NO. 33 DRUG NEEDS Your Drug and Drug Sundry needs may be had at THE PALACE DRUG STORE ALSO JUST RIGHT GLASSES. You run no risk if it is done by Baugh the Druggist and Optician. Garden City, Kansas.

Miller- Newby. At the residence of the bride on east Central avenue, in Santa Fe, Sunday evening, Jan. 22nd, at 5 o'clock, occurred the wedding of J. Terenan Miller and Mrs. Mamie E.

Newby, Rev. W. H. Stanley pronouncing the words that made these popular young people husband and wife. There were present only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom.

The usual congratulations were extended to the happy The bride was becomingly gowned in a suit of smoke graying and looked very pretty. She wore a boquet of orange blossoms sent to her from California by a relative. The groom was dressed in the conventional black. After the ceremony an elegant wedding dinner was served at the nearby residence of Mr. and Mrs.

V. L. Bethel, parents of the bride, consisting of baked chicken with dressing, boiled ham, cranberry sauce, mashed I potatoes, pickles, coffee, ice cream, cake, The presents received by the bride and groom were handsome and numerous and came from a half dozen states. The happy couple were both employees of the MONITOR office and start out in their new relation under very favorable circumstances and with the best wishes of a host of friends, in which the MONITOR most heartily joins. They at once went to housekeeping in their cozy home which had been refitted and refurnished for the occasion.

Miss Zoe Atchison, state secretary of the young peoples branch of the W. C. T. U. entertained a good sized audience at the M.

E. church Saturday evening with a reading. The program was varied and amusing and the impersonations good and she succeeded in pleasing her audience. A collection was taken up for her at the close of the entertainment. She occupied the pulpit again Sunday morning with a lecture on the work of the W.

C. T. U. which was instructive and entertaining. She is spending this week in Grant county.

Rev. Stanley occupied his pal- pit in this place Sunday evening. There was a good attendance. Medicines that aid nature are alwaye most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nets on this plan.

It allays the cough, relieves the lunge, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. Sold by P. 0.1 Pace Co. There is always something nice about being able to say "I told you so." Charlie Sessions, the new Secretary of State, has made recommendations that will save the state thousands of dollars each year in the matter of printing useless documents and duplicate reports, and the first meeting of the executive council followed his recommendations.

He will also present to the legislature a plan for a franchise tax on corporations that will raise $200,000 per year. Rememberthat state taxes have doubled in the past ten years, that is the kind of an official the people will appreciate. And he has only started. -Burlingame Chronicle. The Santa Fe MONITOR is still keeping up its efforts to raise the $25,000 bonus asked for by the G.

G. N. About $19,000 so far has been raised. The road is practically graded to the Haskell county line and the track is laid across the river, and there is no reason why the road could not reach Santa Fe by next July. Garden City Herald.

The Midland bridge crew has arrived from Kansas City with their pile driver and will commence work on the bridge over the Beaver on the G. G. N. City Herald. Lyman Bethel, of Grant county came over Saturday to attend the wedding and make his relatives and friends in Haskell county a visit.

Lyman is getting pretty "well up" in the world. FOOD FOR A YEAR Meat. 300 lbs. Milk 240 qts. Butter.

100 lbs. Eggs 27 doz. 500 lbs. This represents a fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner.

This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat. Your physician can tell you how it does it. FOR BALD D7 ..1. SUCCISTS Sand ct this ad.

tor our escutitol Saving Bunt: Sketch- Bunk. Each, busk a Cool Luck Penar. SCOTT 4 DOWNS, 400 St. New York.

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