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Meade County Times from Mertilla, Kansas • 4

Meade County Times from Mertilla, Kansas • 4

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Ui' He names the- following witnesses to Land QfiBce at Garden City Kangaa April 22, 1886. Notice is hereby eiven that the follow- prove his continuous residence upon and GO TO F. And J. HIGH, ing-namedsettler has filed notice of his intention to make final nroof in supnort cultivation or said land, -viz: William Woodward, James Cox, Charles Agen and John Walt on all of Kansas. Speeial notice to Joseph Will, may22 c.

f. m. niles, Bsgister, df his claim and that said proof will be inade before N. K. McCall Probate Judge Meade Center Kansas on June 10, 18t6, viz: Harry B.

Comingor for the north: West quarter of section township 31s, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to THE L. Jones, of Scipta county, Ohip, whp has been visiting his son, J. W. Jones and L.

A. Crull started on his return to Ohio Tuesday. Mr. Jones says this is the finest body of land he has ever seen and though 75 years old he expects tp return this fall and make some investments. Geronimo and his murderous band of Apaches are again out on their annual mission of death, in Arizona, putting to deatl.

in the most horrible manner all the men, women and children whom their fiendish strategy entrap. It seems rove ms continuous residence ultivatioh of said land, viz: G. W. A. Clevenerer.

II. F. Caldwell T09 ALT. KINDS OT Land Office at Garden City, Kansas, "4 way 2, 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 K. -McCall Probate Judga of Meade county Kansas at Meade Center, Kansas on July 12 1886, viz Nelson Hoffman for the north-west quarter of section 27, township 30s, range 31w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Joshua Knipe, Nicholas Wha-elan, W. W. Overfleld and a McGinley all of Mertilla, Kansas. may29 C. F.

m. Nilks, Register ihd. Howard, all of Rainbelt apr2i C. Niles. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Tinware and STATIONARY Tobaccos a J7i "r- 7nZxni on Hand '-Floyr and cvw He names the fallowing witnesses to prove, his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Frank McCann, GeorgeB, Bonham, Artemns Straw and John J.

Carson, all of Helvetia Kansas. Also Fr3nk W. McCann 5o 8375 for the south-east quarter of section 28: tpfnship 29a, range 31w. He names the following witnesses to prove hit continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, yiz: GeorgeB. Bonham, Artemns Straw, John J.

Carson and Thadius Bennett all of Helvetia, Kansas. 4 Also George B. Bonham DSso 51-376 for the south-west quarter of section 28, township 29s, range 31 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon andr cultivation of said land, viz: Frank McCann, Artemns Straw, John J. Carson andThadeus L.

Bennett all of Helvetia Kansas. maylJj JF, M. NILES, Eegistei. Land Office at Garden City.Kansas, 1 May 7 '1886 Notice is hereby given that the following-named settle): has filed notice of his intension to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be madehefore Register or Eeceiver at Garden City Kansas on July 2, 1886 Viz: Thomas G. Wiman i No 3017, for the south-east quarter of section 7, township 29s, range 29w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiyavion of said land, viz: J. L. Koe, J. a. Alunson, I.

N. George and O. K. all of" Hess, Kansas. Also Joseph L.

Roe US No 4455 for the lots 1, 2 and south half north east quarter of section 1 township 29s, ranger He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz T. G. Wiman, JInnson.O. Wharrett and F. Westfall, all of Hess, Kansas.

Also John B. Munson So 2f'28 for the north-east quarter of section 12, township; 2Ds, range sow. 11 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land G. Wiman, J- L. Koe; J.W.

Oqenee Kansas and Plumb Steeet THE TIMES. strangp that the military arm of Entered in tha Mertilla, Kansas ppstoffice as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. the government is unable to check the Apache and give some security to the lives and property of Arizona settlers. Gen.

Miles has offered a reward of two thousand dollars for Geronimo and fifty dollars for each pf his warriers. It is to be hoped that this method will have the effect pf extcf minating every Apache in Arizona. Since the 28th of April there lias" been 47 people murdered by the noble red men of Arizona. TERMS. One Tear, in advance -Six months 6oc.

Commercial Printing a Specialty. nuim anui vv esTiaii, ail or iies, Kansas. SI. Eegister. mayl5 TV, II, EBEY, Publisher, M1BTXIXA, KANSAS.

Notice of Appointment of Rates of standing advertisements made known on application. Local notices. line, single insertion 10c. Each subsequent insertinn, per line 05c. Local notices remain in, till ordered out.

State of Kansas, 1 Meade County, Marriage, death, and church notices free of In the matter of the estate of John Had en Williams of charge. Advertising payable monthly. Job-work, cash. SAUTTER'S erae ral Store Land OiGce at Garden City, Kansas') May 136 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of hex claim and that said proof will be made before Kegister or Receiver at Garden Ci Kansas on June 26, 1S86, viz Nettie E. Sacket No 715 for the northwest quarter of section 35 township 3ug range2t)w She names ihe ioiidwlig wiiiifcsses prove her continuous residenc upon and cultivation of said land viz; Jefferson D.

Sutton, M. I. Carson, It, T. and Robert F. Baroett, ftll of Rainbelt Kansas.

mayl5 C. F. M. Nilks. Register, Land Office at Garden City, Kansas" May 7, 1886.

Notice is hereby given that the following-named Bettier has filed 'notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his 'claim and that said proof will be made before Hegister pr Receiver at Garden i'ity Kansas on July 2, 1886, viz: Elisha Baily for the north-ea quarter of section 12, township 29s, range He names the following witnesses to trove his continuous residence, upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Edson A Cook, Manly E. Burch, Henry J. Dodson of Hess and Frank Clawson, all of Pierceville, Ford cottnty Kansas. Special notice to John Rutlidge Also "William F. Clawson for the lots 3, 4 and 5, and south-east quarter of north-west quarter of section 6 township range 28w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Edson A. Cook, Frank M. Lewis, Elisha Bailey and Christopher Reed, all of Pierceville, Finnpy 'county Kansas. mayl5 C. F.

Nilks, Register. Meade county, Kansas. Notice is hereby given that, on the 8th day of May, A. D. 1886, the undersigned was, by the probate Court of Meade county, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as wJ Official Directory of Eepehsextativs Probate Judge -Couktt Clkhk -RscoHDKr of Deeds Shbtiff Treasures -District Clerk -County Attorket Sup'tPub, Instruction Coroner Commissioners, Meade County.

E. Painter, 5f, K. McCall, M. B. Peed, C.

W. Adams, T. J. McKibbcn, W.T. Foster, W.

H. Willis, Sam Lawrence, M. B. Clark, Dr. Buchecker.

J. D. Wick, I Chris Schmoker, L. Mullen. Administratrix of the estate of John Haden Williamson, late of Land Office at Garden city Kansas, "1 April 23.

1886, Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support pf his claim and that said proof will be inade before N.c. Mccoll, Probate Judge Meade county, at Meade center, Kansas pn June 10, 1886, viz: Sherman S. Thompson for the lots 1, 2, and south half of the pprth-east quarter section 313 range 29w lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Thomas McAuliff, Edward McAuliff, A. Bolton jnd J. J.

Hopkins all of Mertilla, Kansas, mayl c. e. m. sriles, Kegister. Land Office at Garden City, March 29; 1886.

Notice, is hereby given that the following-named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to make final proof in support pf his claim and that said proof will be made before E.M.Iiateliffa notary public Ht Cimarron, Kansas, on May 22nd, 1886, viz: Edson Cook, D. S. No. 2583 for the lots 3, 4, and south half north-west quar7 er of section 1, township 29, range 29. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: F.

M. Lewis M. E. Burch, James Kephart and Elisha Bailey, all of Hess, Kansas. apr3 C.

F. NiLES.Register, Land Office, Garden CitjKanBaa, April 10, 18.su Complaint having been entered at this office by Isaac W-Nelson against William J-Thomas tor abandoning his homestead entry JiQ lSlS, ated at Garden City Kansas April 21, 1885 npori ihe south-west quarter of section 20, township Sis, range 30 in Meade connty Kansas with a view to the cancelation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 26th day of July 188f at 10 oclock a. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment aprl4 Xiles, Register Land Office at Garden City Kansas April 6,1886. Notice Is hereby given that the following-famed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and hat said proof will be made before G. II.

Goodwin a Notary Public at Cimarron Kansas on May2S, 1886, viz: Preemption of Avery Streeter, No. 1799 for the lots 1 and 2 and east half of the north-west quarter of "section 50, township 30b, range 30w, He names the following witnesses to prove U8 continuous residence upon and cultivation yf said land, viz: Alonzo Ward, John D. Wick, an sherry Stiader and Perry Marker all of Mertilla, kansas. aprlO C. F.

M. Xiles, Eegister. p.S. Land Office, Garden City, Kansas! December 14, 1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by Jsaac Jenkins Frank fitch for abandoning his hoinestead en-ry, No.

1812, dated Garden City, Kansas April 21, 1885 upon the north-rwest quar-ferof section 20, township 31s, range 30w Meade county, Kansas with a view to the cancelation of said entry; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear Ht this office on the 30th day of 10 oclock a in to respond and furnish fcestiuiony concerning said alleged abandonment. apr3 C. F. 31. Niles, Register.

Land Office at Garden Citv, Kansas') May 15, 1886. Notice 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 the Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas on July 14, 1880, viz: Joseph Armour for the north-west quarter of section 2 ownship 30s, range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said claim, viz: William Cummings, Edward Murray and Frank Cutting of Helvetia and James L.Evans, of Mertilla, Kansas. Also George Johnson for the northwest quarter section 20, township 29s, range 31w. He names the following 'witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Elmer E.

Loffier and John P. Pritchett of Helvetia and Thomas A. Bennett and William Y. Yount of Mertilla. Kansas.

Meade county, deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly, Florida Elizabeth Williamson. LOQAL ITEMS, MEADE COUNTY, KANSAS, keeps a general line pf (irpcerigs Hardware, Tinware, Saddlery Dry-goods. FIour5eeds Drugs etc. in presents given away Land Office at Garden City Kansas May 8, Notice is hereby given that the.

following 7 and bv mail vou will get free a package pf goods of lsrge value, thstf will start you in work that will at once bring you in money faster than anything else in America. All about the $200,000 in presents with each box." Agents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all ages, for all the time or spare time only, to work for us at Jheir own homes. Fortunes for all workers absolutely assured. Don't delay; 11. halxktt co, Portland, Maine C.

JOKES. E. E. LAUCK. LAUCK ORNEft, Land Office at Garden City April 23, 18S6.

Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has, tiled notice of his intention t.o make final proof ih support pf his claim and that said proof will be made before E. E. McGarry, Clerk District Court, Dodge City, Kansas on June 10 1886, vizr Daniel L. dark for the northwest quarter of section 12, towh6hip 29s, range 28w. He names the following witnesses to prove hi3 continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Douglass Harris, ohn Fegely, Joseph Kossey and Landon Davis all of Hess, Kansas.

mayl F. M. Niles, Register. Land Office at Garden City, Kansas April 24 1SS6-. Notice is hereby given that the.

follow ing-named settler has filed notice 6f his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof yf ill be made before Register or Receiver at Garden City, Kansas, on June 8, 1886, viz: Daniel S. Payne for the north-east quarter of section 9 township 29s, range 30w. He names the' following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Thomas G. McAuliff and George W. Vaughn ofMer-tilla Kansas and Wyatt R.

Needham and John T. Hilliard, of Stowe, Kansa. mayl C. F. M.

Niles, Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas, Aprii 24, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the follow-ingTnamed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be madebefore Register or Receiver at Garden City. Kansas, on June 18, 18S6, viz: James A. Crump for the north-west quarter of section 29, township 30s, range 31 W.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John H. Hofiinan, George W. Trahern, Moses Whelan and Patrick E. Crews all pf Mertilla, Kansas, mayl C. F.

M. Nixas, Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas 'April 23 1886. Notice is hereby given that thejfollow-ing 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 or Receiver at Garden City, Kansas on June 17, 1886, viz: Summit W. Harris for the south-west quarter of section 31," township 29s, range 30w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Robert G. Newby, Thomas F. Newby, James Mc-Keever and John O. Andes all of Kansas. mayl F.

M. NileSj Register. Land Office at Garden City, Kansas April 23 1886, 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 N. K. Judge of Meade county at Meade Center, Kansas, on June 14, 18S6, viz: Horace L.

Bishop for the south-west, quarter of section 29, township 30s, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: T. B. Johnson, Jas. W.

Eovelace, Jas. W. High and W. H. Ebey all of Mertilla', Kansas, mayl C.

F. M. Niles Register. Land Office, Garden City, Kansas May 4, 18S6. 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 the Register or Receiver at Garden City, Kansas on June 29, 1886, viz: John J.

Carson, D. S. No. 4483 for the south-east quarter of section 30, township 29s, range 31w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Charles E.

Paugh. Frank Straw and Jonn R. Chrisman, all of Helyatia, Kansas, Special notice to John Rosier. Also Charles E. Paugh D.

S. No. 3S74 for the north-east quarter of section 33, township 29s, range 31 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John J.Carson, Jphn R. Chrisman.cimarron, Kansas Artemus Straw and Frank McCann, all of Helvatia Kan.

mayS F. Nilks, Register. Land Office at Garden City May 4, 18S6. 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 the Register or Receiver at Garden City, Kansas on June 28, 18S6, viz: Morton E. Young, D.

S. No. 5030 for the north-east quarter of section 29s, range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz; Silas M. Warihime Isaac G.

coffman and Albert George of Mertilla and John Geedeson, of Helvetia, Kansas. Special notice to Louise Stamper. Also Isaac G. coffman No 2213 for the north-east quarter of section 32 township 29s, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Daniel W.

Burford, Albert N. Burford, Morris B. Burford and Joseph i Mccall all of Mertilla Kansas, Also Sarah R. E. coffman No 2215 for the north-west quarter of section 33, township 29s, range 29w, She names the follqwing witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Daniel W.

Burford, Albert N.Buiford, Morris B. Burford and Joseph B. Mccall, all of Kansas. Also Elizabeth coffman No. 2214 for.the north-West quarter of section 32, township 29s, range 29w.

She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Daniel W. Burford, Albert Burford, Morris B. Burford and Joseph Mccall, all of Mertilla, Kansas. AI30 Heppie R. Burford No 2990 for the south-east quarter of section 28, township 29s, range 29w.

She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: James F. Martin, Joseph B. Mccall, Isaac G. coffman and Sarah R.E. coffman all of Mertilla, Kansas.

Also James F. Martin No 2981, for the'south-east quarter of section 29s, ran.se 29w He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Heppie R. Biirfm-rl. DnnipT W. Burford.

Isaac G. SOT (5 Chas. Goldammer hap his house almost completed. There was a social hop at H. Bishop's Thursday night.

There will be another building moved into town next week-Go to E. E. Harris, at the new store for all kinds of hardware, We would like corresppndants from all tie adjacent towns and settlements. Judge K. McCall, accompan? ied by his mother and sister, who lately arrived from Ohio, were in town Sunday.

D. H. Olive, of Lebonan, Ind. an old timer in these parts, is out looking after his interests in the county. A.

H. "Witt and wife stopped and Attorneys at iaw. Office in same building, opposite side of from JJ. S. Land Office, CARDEN CITY, KANSAS.

Defending cases for actual settlers a specialty. Contesting abandoned homesteads ani timber clinaa and locating settlers on Government land a specialty, Practice before Land Office and Interior Department, make Homestead, Timber Culture and pre-emption pa- Sers, Contests, Final Proof.Filing for soldiers by Power of Attorney. Business for nun resN end Attorneys attended to. 160 acre bomeBteads obtained for widows and orphans of soldiers over Wednesday night in town, J. Johns, on their way to Fargo, Adrian Sautter, of Helvetia, OlMAEEONj Kansas, made a flying trip to our burg Tues Dealer in day.

E. E. Harris is now ready to receive customers, pe wil carry a large and complete stock of hardware, stoves and tinware. C. L.

Mann, of Medicine Lodge passed through town Wednesday on his way to Garden City. He is looking up a stage route from Garden City to the Center via, Mertilla. J. W. High, J.

L. Wick and J. Good grades; cprteons treatment and as low prices cs any dealer in South-western Kansas, Give me a call. South Main St, Cimarron, Kansas, named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proo will be made before Register or Receiver at Garden Citv Kansas, on vip Samue.l Hiller, homestead application no. 1936 for the south-east Quarter of section 34.

township 31s, range 31 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Wm- Harness, O. C. Hancock, A. M. Kennedy and James Walter aU of West Plains Kansas.

maylo C. F-. T. Nilis, Register, Land Office at Garden City, Kansas, May. th.

l'886. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, that said proof will be madebefore Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas on June 26,1886 viz: Robert F. Barnett No 766 for the south-' west quarter at section 31, township 3os range 28W. lie names the, following witnesses, to prove his continuous residence ipbn and cultivation of said land, viz: Jefferson, I)'. Sutton, M.

D. Carson, NettieE. Sacket and Frank L. Porter, all of Gainbelt Kansas, mayl5 C. M.

Niles, Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas, May 5. 1886. 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 and that said proof will; be made before Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas on June 26, 1886, viz: Jefferson 1 Sutton 8 Nq I200 for the south-east quarter of section 23, township 30s, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: R-bert F.Bamett, Nettie E.

Sackett, Pearl M. Pamett and Frank L. Porter all of Rainbelt. Kansas. maylS F.

M. Niles, Register. Land Office at Garden City, Kansas April 5, 188S Charles A Goldammer of Mertilla, sieade county Kansas who, made homestead application, No 1760 for the North-west quarter of Section 28, townshipsos, range 30w, do horeby give notice cf my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I prove my residence and cultivation before the Register or Receiver, at Garden City Kansas on June 1st, 1886, by two of the following witnesses: I Wick, Edward Harris, A Strader and George Story, alj of Mertilla, Kansas aprl7 Of a Niles, pegiste? Land Office at Garden City Kansas') April 23, li-SG Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hs claim and that said proof will be made before Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas on June IS 1886 viz: Hugh A Headlee 1) No 590 for the lots 3, 4 and east half of the south-west quarter section 18, township SOs, range 28w Special notice to ndrew Williams He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Joseph Stecklv, Tighlman Pale, Kiscr and AP Toombs," all of Joash Kansas. Also John A Headlee No 253 for the northeast qnarter section 18, township30s, range 28w He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon andjcultivation of said land viz: JoseshSteckley, A Toombs, Tighlman Dale and Kiser, all of Joash kansas. mayl NILES, Register, Land Office at Garden City April 27 1886 Notice is hereby given that the following-named settlor has filed notice of hi-? intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will bo made befo the Register or Receiver at GardenCity ks on June21, iS86, viz: Charles Woodman lor the north-west quarter of section 7, to nship 2i)s, range 30w He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: II Huntington.

1) Potts, Henry Potts and Kclley all of Stuwe Kansas Special notice to John Pivpie. mayl NlLES, Register. Land Office at Garden City April 24 1886 Notice is hereby Riven that the following-named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that saidproof will be madebefore N. kicC'all Probate Judge of Meade county, at steade Center kansas on Saturday June 12, 1886, viz: William Ellsworth for the north west quarter of section 26. township 30s, range 28w, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: 11 lasset, Dliasset.

Beeson and AaronHarmon, of.Toash, Kansas mayl NILES, Register Land Office at Garden City Kansas April 5 1886 Notice is hereby given that the following-named se ttler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be madebefoTe Register or Receiver ot Garden City Kansas on June 1, 1886 viz Charles A Goldammer for the r.orth-west quarter of seetionj2S, township range Sow He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: I) Wick, Edwari Harris, A Streeter and George Story all of Mertilla, NILES, Register Land Office at Garden City April 2.1 1886 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 the Register or Heceiver at Garden Citv, Kansas on June 16, viz: George Story. IS No lS23for the south-east quarter of section 30, township SOs, range sow He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, Goldamiuef Alexander, Edward Harris and A Streeter 'all of Mertilla, Kansas mayl NILES, Register FIRST NATIONAL BANK, C. Eeal were up to Garden City the Money to loan on good farms at 10jer cent and commission. Lynn Black, Meade Center. 21 Foe sale By Mr.

Muxlo mowing machine and sulky hay rake. 23 We do not wish to cut rates for the purpose pf getting business but at the same time we wish to offer such rates as good parties can afford to borrow at. S. B. Watkjns L.

M. Lynn Black, Meade Center, Kansas, agents. No firm in south-west Kansas carries as large and complete a stock of dry-goods, boots, shoes, hats, trunks, yalices, as M. H. Sicher, Cimarron, Kansas.

18. M. and H. Sicher, pf the New York store, at just received an immense stock of spring goods, and get their prices. 17 Don't fail to go to Meade Center and get the first pick out of Ed DooPs carload of 'Great Western Cook" claim and "Jewel" gasoline stoves.

Best in the world. 16 M. H. Sicher, the leading dry goods firm, ot Cimarron invites the public to examine their goods prices, before buying elsewhere. 17 High, Ebey Browning want deeded lands and relinquishments Go toEd Dpol at Meade Center and get an "Eagle" in the market.

16 Ed Dool, at Meade Center sells the celebrated Oliver Cassidy and Oliver Chilled plows. 16 Wanted good relinquishments to sell on commission-Lynn Black. Meade Center. 21 Ed Dool, at Meade Center, sells the "Kansas Queen" breaker. 16 Immense bargains in dry goods clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, trunkg and valices at the New York store, at Cimarron.

17 People often wonder but if they would call upon M. Cimarron, they would be astonished at their immense stock and low prices. 17 Eemember Ed Dool at Meade Center sells all his goods at Dodge City and Cimarron prices. 16 High, Ebey Browning have money to loan on chattle mortgage security. 16 Go to the New York store at Cimarron, opposite the post office for bargains hi dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, hats etc, 17 CHICAGO COTTAGE Has attained a standard of exoeQepce which admits of no superior.

It contains every improvement that mventiye genius, skill and money can produoe. Garden City, Kansas. tore part ot the week on business. J. S.

Carpenter, the commerpial man was doing up the town Tuesday. An interesting communication from Joash arrived too late for publication this week, but will appear in our next issue, Messrs. Eandall and Berry who have the contract for putting down the public well succeeded yesterday in striking an inexhaustable supply of water. The pump will be put in at once and the windmill will be erected as soon as it arrives from the factory, A cistern, with a capacity of 500 barrels is being dug and will soon be ready to have the water turned into it, after which we enjoin all those who thirst to come and partake freely. QT7B I W7EB.T ATH OBOAIT IS BA2TCED TO i SZOEX.

TEABS. Also Susan Stewart for the south-east quarter of section 4, township 30s, range 30w. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land.viz: Adrien Sautter, Thomas Jeffrey, William Cummings and Edward Murray all of Also Elmer E. Lofl'er for the northwest quarter of section 10, township 29s, range 31. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: George Johnson.William Johnson and William W.

Yount of Mertilla and Robert F. Williams, of Stowe, Kansas. Also Thomas J. McDonald for the lots 6, 7, and east half of the south-west quarter of section 0, township 30s, range 31w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Alpheus X.

Wright of Helvetia, Charles Starritt and Alvin Watson, of Cimarron and Nicholas Whelan of Mertilla, Kansas. Also Alpheus N. Wright for the lots 3, 4, and east half south-west quarter of section 7, township 30s, range 31w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence unon and cultivation of said land, viz: Nicholas Whelan. of Mertilla, ThOmas J.

McDonald of Helvetia and Charles Starritt and Alvin Watson of Cimarron Kansas. Also James Armour for the north-east quarter of section 3, township 30s, range 30w. ne names the following itnesses to prove his "ontinuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Wm. Cum-Urings, Edward 3urrav, Thomas Jeffrey and James L. Evans all of Helvetia.Kas.

may22 C. F. M. Niles; Register. Land Office at Garden Citv Kansas 3Iay 14, 1886.

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 N. K. McCall.Probate Judge Of Meade countv Kansas at Meade Center on July 29, iSSG, viz: James V. Allen for the north-west quarter of section 11, township 31s, range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cult ivation of said land, viz: Joseph m.

Martin, Elijah Wiueburry and James m. Martin of Meaue Center and Robert Rosenberrv of 3Iertilla, Kansas. may22 C. F. M.NiLF.s,RegistGr.

Land Office at Garden City, May 12 1S8S. i Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before Keeister or Receiver at Garden Citv Kansas on July viz: Thadius L. Bennett I) No for the feottth-west quarter of section 27, tnwnship2tts, raugeSlw. The only National Bank in west, era Kansas, and successor to the old Garden City Bank. Author, ized capital SS50.C00.

C. E. NrLEP, President. A. Sabine.

Vice President. E. C. AIf.rkimas, Cashier. TV.

S. Iii-sii, Asst. Cash DIRECTORS, C. S.Xiles, C. if.

Xiles A. Sabine, V. Carter, J. Coverdale. Any one having business in Garden.

City is respectfully recommended to thia most substantial institution, which is ona of the solid banks of this country haa money and is not run on wind. These Organs are oelebrated for volume, quality of tone, quick response, artistic desifrn, beauty In finish, perfect construction, making them the most desirable organs for homes, schools, churches, lodges, societies, etc. ESTABLISHED IlEPTJTATIO. uxxcicjlLxb nennns, 8SILLCD WOSKMEH, BKST MATKBIAI COMBXJTXD, KAKS THIS THE POPULAR ORGAN Instruction Books and Piano Stools. Catalogue and Frioe Lists, on application, rasa.

'CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO. Coy- Randolph and Ann CHICAGO, ILL A writer in "Lend a Hand" for May makes the following comput HOW TO CET TO MERTILLA. ation: "One fly on March 20th is represented by 300 on the 24th of April; by 300 times 300, equaling coffman and Sarah R. E. cofiman, all of 90,000, on the 28th of May; by 27, 000,000 on the 3rd of July, and by Come to Cimarron on the A.

S. F. E. E. and take the Southern stage line, which runs daily through Mertilla to West Plain This line runs large commodious stages and the traveling public will receive corteous treatment at the hands of Messrs.

Plymell Leighton, the proprietors. Mertilla Kansas. mayS C. F. M.

Land Office at Garden City May 14, 1886 Notice is herebv eiven that the follow 8,100,000,000 on the 8th of August." Shoo! Look out for fly girls, boys. ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be Mrs. Payne, mother to Daniel Payne, arrived Tuesday from Milan Time Card of the A. T. S.

F. R. Trains Cimarron as. follows: SA5TWABD. Xo.

2, Atlantic Express 12 19, a.m. Xo. 4, New York Express 11 14, a m. WESTWAED Xo 1, Cal Mex Ex 1 40 a m. Xo 4, Colo Ex 344am.

CHAS WH1TIXG At. made before the Register or Heceiver at Mo. She will no doubt bring cheer Garden City Kansas on July 14, 186, riz: to Dan and the little old sod shan ty on the claim. Charles E. Ash worth 4466 for tne south half of the quarter of section 33, township 29s range 2sw.

Mother Bile Peas won't make vouEick Sold by Dr. L. B. Ostrander..

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About Meade County Times Archive

Pages Available:
504
Years Available:
1886-1888