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Meade County Times from Mertilla, Kansas • 4

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to ON THE TIMES. Entered in the Mertilla, Kansas postofice as second-class matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS. One Year, In advance 81,25.

81x months 65c. ommercial Printing a Specialty. By H. L. BISHOP.

MERTILI.A, BANRAS. Rates of standing advertisements made known on application. Local notices. per line, single insertion 10c. Each subsequent insertinn, per line 05c.

Local notices remain in, till ordered out. Marriago, death and church notices free of charge. Advertising payable monthly. Job- Work. cash official Directory of Meade County.

REPRESENTATIVE R. M. Painter, PROBATE JUDGE N. K. McCall, COUNTY CLERK M.

B. Peed, RECORDEr OF DEEDS C. W. Adams, SatirE T. J.

McKibben, THEASURER W. F. Foster, DISTRICT CLERK W. H. Willie, COUNTY ATTORNEY Sam Lawrence, SUP' PUB.

INSTRUCTION M. B. Clark, CORONER Dr. Buchecker. J.

D. Wick, COMMISBIONERS, Chris Schmoker, L. Mullen. LOCAL ITEMS. Vote early.

Vote the bonds- Happy Leoti! She is Dow the county seat of Wichita county. The Fisher boys started for Pratt county Tuesday. The measles are raging all over the country. C. W.

Fears is now a full-tiedged Notary Public. High Ebey will be ready for business in their office at Meade Center in a few days. The city of Topeka has of'ered the Rock Island twenty acres of land adjoining the city for shops. Santa Fe has organized an Dr tesian well company with a stock of 860,000, and will commence operations in a few days. A lively run-a-way occurred in 101-n, Saturday, by which one of the wheels were wrenched from 8 buggy belonging to Mr.

Shuey. The dining table at the hotel has been removed to the basement as they were last winter. The Jacksonian came out last week with a full sheet extra, devoted to the praise of Cimarron and Grey county. Dodge will soon have a daily. Stay at home if you hav'nt had the measles.

The woods are full of them. Sunday competition among the b'hoys of our town seems to be on a boom. Where's the chestnut bell. Springfield has presented a petition to the county commissioners asking that it be made a city of the third class, Remember the D. M.

A. BORN--To Mr. and Sirs. A. G.

Leavitt, on Sunday, a girl of the average weight and size. Like the balance of the family, it is HOW entertained by the measles. Mrs. J. O.

Real recoived the sad intelligence of her mother's death on Monday evening, which occurred in Buttler county, of new ralgia of the heart, last week. L. Chrisson came 111) from Springfield Wednesday to look after the contract of painting the new hotel and livery barn. Mr. Chrison is a first class mechanic Da can be attested by his work done here last spring.

Vote the township bonds. We desire to extend our thanks to those who remembered that their little bill was due and paid it, on the first of the year. Such romemberances are always pleaswat--to the printerThe Toledo Blade 83V8: The present population of Kansas is 1,500,000. It is the most prosperbus, popular and booming state in the Union. A paralel to its growth and prosperity cannot be found in the annals of recorded time.

The six hundreth railroad charter for last year was filed with the secretary of state just before the holidays. It was the St. Louis, Newton Denver. The second issue of the Locomotive comes to us this week, a bright, newsy six column sheet, published by W. I.

Harwood, at Loco. We wish it unbonnded success. Vote for the D. M. A.

The days are beginning to lengthen. John Blair has completed his well. The refreshing liquid having been found at the depth of 122 feet. Five buildings have been added to our little city in the past three weeks, and still there's more to follow. How about that swearing that you did New Years? How long did it last? L.

V. Cole accidently shot and killed himself at Fargo Springs, while lifting a gun out of a wagon one day last week. Meetings are being held at Montezuma, less and other points north of us, the object of which is to form the new county of Richland. We make the announcement without comment other than that our citizens. should keep their weather ere open.

Mrs. Henry Parris died at her home, Tuesday, after an illnoss of several weeks, with liver coinplaint. She was buriod on Wednesdav. Funeral services were held at her late home. Mra.

Parris was born April 17. Twin Township, Pebble county, Ohio. From there she went with her parents to Elkhart county and lived there fouteen years. Then she moved to Richland county, Wis. At 17 she married Henry Wampum, and lived with him until his death in 1861, in the army.

From there she moved to Illinois in 1870, and in 1872 she married Henry Parris. She joined the Dunkard church in 1857 and has been 3 faithful member ever since. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn the loss of a dear. loving wife and another. DIED-At her home, on Wednesday evening, Mrs Elizabeth J.

Tally. Mrs. Tally was born in Scoth county Virginia, August 6, 1835. In childhood she moved with her parents to East Tennesee. She professed faith in Christ at 17 and united with the M.

E. church and lived a consistant member until her death. Was united in marriage with J. G. Tally, in September 1857, and their union has been blessed with six chileren, three of the number have passed over the river in advance of the three remain with the father to mourn their loss.

In the death of Mrs. Tally the community have lost a good citizen, the church an upwright member, her husband 2 kind wife and the children a loving mother. Measles. Did you ever have them! They have taken possession of the home of Andrew Gillick. A.

G. Leatitt's entire family is down with them. Mrs. J. B.

McCall and children have taken them. H. O. Shuey has them. Will Dupree is expecting them daily.

They are at N. S. Jesteris. D. Callahan's family are having a siege of them.

Bargalhs. A full line of gents underwear, wool and chevoit shifts, ladies shoes. mens and boys boots a specialty. Also LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. C.

W. FEARS: There is Kansas the great corn state of the new west. What is she doing while all the eastern states are mourning over wasted energies and depleted business? She has received within her borders and provided with homes in the last twelve months over 200, 000 strangers who will help develop her resourses. She has built almost a fabulous number of miles of railroads and new towns. She has settled many new counties and organized them.

She has redeemed au immense strip of heretofore desert country and made it yield the staple of life, She has raised good grain crops in admittedly dry weather. She has done all this and made money too. This is prosperity of the right stamp. It is real aid substantial, and a basis of argument for future confidence. K.

C. In last Monday's mail we received the following: RAINBELT KA8. Mr. month ago I think your paper contained a notice of the marriage of Jo Wilson, I take this opportunity to inform you that the announcement was made through a mistake, and it is not pleasant to be thought married when yon are not. By correctthe mistake you will oblige JO WILSON.

Thureday we received the foling: MERTILLA, Jan. 5, '87. We have just received intelligence of the death of Mrs. Joe Wilson, of Seward county. She died on the 28, of December from injuries received by a fall from a horse.

In a case such as the above ve the mistake, if such there be, could easily have been made and we leave it to our readers to decide. At the meeting called for the organization of a literary society Wednesday evening, the following officers were elected: Mr. Perkins, President; Jacob Strohl, Vice President; H. L. Bishop, Secretary; Mre.

Goldammer, Assistant Secretary; Miss Lena Red. ner, Treasurer; T. G. McAuliffe. Sarg't at Arms.

Committee on constitution: H. O. Shuey, Mr. Perkins and H. L.

Bishop. The committee on programme consisted of J. Hige, W. H. Ebey and Miss Barbee.ar reported as 'follows as the programmo for next Wednesday evening: Music--Miss Barbee; Report of Secretary; Declamation by Jim: Stamper; Essay--Mfrs.

Goldammer Oration--L. H. Redner; Select Reading--Miss Nellie Ellis; Query Box, answered by Messre J. B. High, W.

H. Ebey, G. McAuliffe and Misses Nina Buttler, Alice Tally. Anna Barbee and Lena Redner; Question for debateResolved that the pre-emption law should be abolished. Messrs.

Perking, 7. B. High, McAuliffe, and Alexander. Negative Messrs. Shuey, Ebey, Bishop and Strohl.

Come out next Wednesday evening and let us make the 80: ciety an enjoyable and pleasant affair. President Burns, of the D. says his line will give this portion of Kansas a competing route to Kansas City, Lotis, Chicago and all points east. It will also make short line tol Texas, the Gulf and New Orleans. It will open up the coal fields of south eastern Kansas, Arkansas, and the Indian Tearitory.

It will enable the people to bring here all kinds of hard and soft lumber at very reasonable prices. It will give this country the best market for its agricultural and manufacturing productions. This line will bring the sea ports of the gulf a8 close as Toledo, Ohio, and would make the distance to south Atlantic ports the same as that t6 Buffalo. This line will reach the deep waters of the Mississippi at a distance of about 700 miles, and will reduce freight rates about ene third. Monday evening the handsome building owned by J.

B. Roberta Which was built at Rainbelt, last spring, took up its position of south Main street and will re: main to adorn "the queen city" of the west. Land Office at Garden City, Hanses Dec. 31, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claini and that said proof will be made before Probate Judge of Meade county at Meade Center Kansas on February 18.

1887, viz: William I Corey, 2015 for the north-west quarter sec. 29, tp. 31s. range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land.

viz: John W. Wynn of West Plains and John Rowe, Millard Carson and E. D. Bowen, of Rainbelt, Kansas. jan8 C.

F. M. NILES, Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas Dec. 22, 1886.

Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice his intention claim to and make that final said proof in will support be made before Registef or Receiter at Garden City Konsas of April 8. 1887, viziJohn Hoffman 3130 for the north-west quarter of section 30s, range 31w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Nicholas Whelan, Jordan, Overfield and Trabern, all of. Mertilla Kansas. janl M.

NILES, Register: Land Officeat Garden City, Kansas Dec. 23 Notice is hereby given that the follow- 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 Clerk of the District Court of Meade county at Meade center Kansas on February 8, 1887, viz: Joseph Norris 1989 for the quarter of section 21, township so 30s, range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz: Brown McKim, Harris and Charles Blakeley, all of Mertilla, Kansas.

jani C. F. M. NILES, Register. Land Office at Garden City, Kansas Dec.

23, 1886, Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his In intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before Clerk of the District Court of Meade county at Meade Center. Kansas on February 8, 1887, viz: Lawrence for the north-west quarter of section 15, township 31s, range He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz: John Blair Fisher, John. S. Ford and Mertin Richardson, Mertilla Kansas.

janl C. F. M. NILES Register. Also Edward wigent 1362 for the south -east 31W quarter of section 14, township 328, range He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Allen, Austin, OP Pounds and ED Haynes, all of west Plains Kansas.

oct9 C. F. M. NILES, Register. Land Office at Sept.

Garden 20, 1886. City Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will made before the Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas on Januaty 6, 1887, viz: Jacob Wolgamott, HE 908 for the south-west quarter of section 15, township 308, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: James C. Heflin, Lewis H. Heflin, Orlando Stout and S.

B. House, all of Mertilla, Kansas. sept25 C. F. M.

NILES, Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas Sept. 20,1886. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of his intention to make said Anal proof proof will In be made support of before his the claim, Regis- and Receiver at Garden City, Kansas, on January 6, 1887, viz: James Mitchell, 6 1031 for the north-east quartet of section 13, township 30s range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Willam H.

Ebey, Thomas Turner, Amos Johnson on and A. N. Burford, all of Mertilla, Kansas. sept25 c. F.

I. NiLEs, Register Land ONce at Garden City kansas, October 9, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has died notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will Be made before N. k. Call Probate Judge of Meade county at Meade Center, Kansas on December 6, 1886, viz: Albert Arnold for the north-wost quarter of see.

10 township 32s, range 29 tr. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Frank Jones, Isaac Jones, Elisha Summers and George Peterson all of Rainbelt Kansas Special notice to Eberhardt Lieberman. oct16 NILES. Register Tand Office at Garden City, Kansas, Sept. 22, 1886 Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has fled notice of her intention to make final; proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before H.

willis Clerk of District Court of Meade county, Meade Center Kansas on November 22, 1886. viz Bettie A. Rice, 2817 for the south-west quarter of sectien 29, township 30s, range 31w: She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous FEsidence upon and cultivavion of said land, viz: Chas Young and Chas jenks of Mertilla Kas and Nathan Chance, Nathan Joseph and Perry Gordon of West Plains Kas: oct2 C. M. NILES, Register.

Land Ofee at Dec. Garden City 1886. Kansas;) 22, Notice is hereby given that followsettler 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 Recetver at Garden City. Kansas, on April 18, 1887, viz: homestead application no: st 7513 of Isaac nowser for the south-west quarter of section 12, tp. 30s, range 2w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said viz; William Wilson, William Hapney, Peter T. Chappell Towner, all of Joash Kansas. janl C. F. M.

NILES: Register. Land Office at Garden City Kansas, Dec: 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 Clerk of the District Court of Meade county at Meade, Center Kansas on February 8, Edmond Brown 1988, for the north-west qr. sec 21, tp 30s range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence apon and cultivation of said land, viz: Norris; McKim, Huston and Charles Blakeley, all of Mertilla Kansas.

janl C. M. NILE Register: Land Office at Garden City Kansas Dec. 23: 1886: Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed Notice his intention to make final proof in support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before Register or Receiver at den City, Kansas on April 25; 1887, viz: Jolin Walter 7228 for the northeast quarter of section 8, township 30s; range He dames the following witnesses to prove his continuous npon and cultivation said land William Spear, Thomas Spe John If William Dupree all of Mertilla Kansas: janl C.

F. M. Register: Land Oflice at Gardett City, Kansas Dee. 22. 1856, Notice is hereby given tirat the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof wift be made before the Register of Receiver af Garden City Kansas on Apfil 11th 1887, Ovile Hemphill 822 for the south-east quarter of section 202 twp 30s range 30w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Horace Bishop; Fred A High, Williant and Napolian Leap, all of Mertilla Nas. janl C. Y. M. Register: HELP for postage working and we people.

will mail stild 10 you cents free a royal, valuable sample box of goods that will put pou in the way of making more money in a few days then you ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. You can lixe at home and work in spare time only of all the time, All of both sexes, of all ages, grandly suecesaful, 50 cents to $5 easily earned eveoy evening. That all who waut work may test the bustness, we mare this unparalelled offer: To all who are not well satisfied we will send to pay for the trouble of writing to us. Full particulats.

directions sent free. Immence pay absolutely cure for all who start at once. Don't delay. Address STINSON co; Portland, Land Office at Garden City Kansas, Dec. 8, 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 Clerk of the District Court in and for Meade county at Meade Center Kansas on January 25, 1887, viz: west quarter of section 25, township 308, Joseph H. Ellis D'5 S7411 for the southrange 20w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Alexander Brown, Geo. H. Talkington, Sam'l T.

King and George Dresser, all of Mertilla Kansas. dec18 C. F. M. NILES.

Register Land Office at Garden City, Kansas, Dee. 21, 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 Probate of Meade county Kansas, at Meade Center Kansas on February 7, 1887, Perry Marker, 1824, for the south quarter of sec. 32, tp. 30s, range 30w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land.

viz: James Apple H. M. Russell, G. A. Champion and Chas Neff, all of West Plains, Kansas.

dec25 C. F. M. NILES, Register. Land Omico at Garden City, Kansas, Dee: 7.

1886 Notice is hereby given that the followingname 1 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 March 1887, viz: Lewis A. Crull 8776 for the northeast quarter of section 13, tp 30e, range 3lw. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John A. Cole, Fred A. High and J.

W. Long of Mertilla Kas. andIhno. Tjaden of Helvetia, Kansas. Special notice to Henry H.

Buttler. decil NILES, Begister Land Once at Garden City Kansas Nov, 26, 1886 Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be made before N. k. McCall Probate Judge Meade county at Meade Center, Kansas on January 18, 1887, viz: Anna W. Barbee NO 6481, for the south-east quarttr of section 15, township 30s, range 30w She names the following witnesses to prove her contintibus residence upon and cultivation of said lanti; viz: P.

C. Fuller, J. C. Real, W. A.

Taylor and George Fuller all of Mertilla, Kansas. deck NILES, Register Land Office at Garden City Kansas Oct. 30, 1886. in Notice is settler hereby has given filed that notice thefollow- of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Probate Judge of Seward county at Fargo Springs on December 21, 1886, viz: Joseph A. Pollock HE 503 for the south-east quarter of section 8, township 315; range 31w.

He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: A. F. Wood James F. Patton, M. F.

Tanner and Greenbury Buxton all of LaGrande, Kas. nov6 C. F. M. NILES, Register Land Office at Garden City Kansas Oct.

30, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the followhas filet notice of his intention to make final proof in support his claim and that said proof will be made before N. K. McCall Probate Judge of Meade county, Kansas at Meade Center Kansas on December 17, 1886, viz: Arthur S. Lawrence 5825 for the quarter of section 15, townshiy 315 range 30w.

He names the following witnesses to prove cultivation his continuous residence William upon and said land, viz: Martin, John S. Ford, Martin Richard. son and John Blair all of Mertilla Kansnov6 C. NILES; Register. Land Omce a at Garden City Kabaas) Dec.

6, Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be made before N. Mc Call Probate Judge of Meade cotinty Kansas at Meade Center Kansas on January 21, 1887, viz Susan T. Role for the south-east quarter of section 23, township 31s, range 29w. She Hames the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and of said land. viz: John A.

Miller, Scott: Erank Jones and William Eastman all of Rainbelt, Kansas. Special notice to Mary H. Burr, Decl1 MiLES, Register' Land Office at Garden City Kansas, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of and that said proof will be made N. McCall Probate Judge of Meade county, at Meade Center Kansas on March 2, 1887.

viz: Orlando Stout for the north-east quarter of section 9, township 30s, 1ange 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his Continuous residence upon and cultivation of said viz: J. C. Heflin, L. R.

Heflin, J. W. all of Mertilla Kas. and C. V.

Goll of douch, Kansas. decli C. F. M. NILES, Register.

L.and Office at Garden City Kansas. Dec, 6, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of his titention to make final proof in support of His claim and proof will be made before Register or Rectiver at Garden City Kansas on March 9. 1887 viz: Charles H. Jinks 2775 for the south- wast quarter of section 34, township 30s range 31w.

He names the following witnesses to prote his continuous residence and cultivation of said land, viz: Jishua Charles Blakely, Alphaus A. Ward and Ward Eli bf Mertilla Kansas, decil C. V. M. Mites.

Register. Land Office at City Kansas, 8. 1886. Notico is hereby given, that the following named settler has Aled nbtick of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and And that said proof will. be made before the Register or Receiver at Garden City Kansas da March 8.

1887, viz- John 0. Andes for the lots 1, 2. end south half of the north east quarter of section township $09, range He names the following witneses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Win. F. Bell, John Cale and George B.

Morris, of Mertilla and Hugh B- Barniill of Helvetia Kansas. decli C. F. M. NILES.

Register. LAnd omice at Garden City, Sept. 25, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has Aled nottee of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be thade before N. K.

McCall, Probate Judge of Meade county at Meade Center Kansas, on November 16, 1886, viz: Leander Browning 8511 for the south-east quarter of section 18, township 30s, range 29w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation land, viz: William McDonald, John McDonald J. Talley and J. W. High, all of Mertilla, Kansas.

Special noted to Dethy Callahan. oct2 C. F. M. NILES.

Regieter. Lend difice at Garden City Oct. 6, 1886 Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his; el and that said proof will be made before Register or Receiver at City Kansas on AntAry 21, 1887, viz: William Wysong 625 fAr. the lots 3 4 east half of the south-west of section 7, township range 29w. He names the following witnesses prove his continuous residence apon and cultivation of said land.

Isaac Moore, Thomas McAuline, Andrew Gillick and James Redder, 811 of Mertilla, Kansas. octi6 Cr ME AMERICAN FARMER FREE ett, at Fort Wayne, and which the leading agricultural publications exclusively to the interests of the Gardener and their household, and nected with that great portion of The subscription price is One dollar get along without it. It puts new them how to farm with profit to happy, the young folks cheerful, the happy and the demigogue hohest. is rapidly taking rank as one of of the conntry. It is deroted Farmer, Stock Breeder, Dairyman, every species of industry conthe people of the world, the farmer.

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