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The Morland Independent from Morland, Kansas • 1

The Morland Independent from Morland, Kansas • 1

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IB IN NATIONAL POLITICS. A SOCIAUST mmIN LOCAL POLITICS, AN INOSPBNDSNT. PbkYma MORLAND, KANSAS, JANUAFY 30, 1902. WB9TKKN 9TM. K9TA9U9HmDMAY10, 1979.

MILL CITY UVKLY TH0B9, tiUHK 19. 1991. Succeossor of Western Starr first paper la the count? NUMBER 6 HILL CITY. The Hill City cornet band will give a concert on March 8th, 1902, at court house. The band has re FARMERS SUPPLY CO- ceived a new lot of music and you will hear something good.

Judge Smith has ordered an adjourn ment of the district court from Feb. 4 to Mch 3. Our Holiday Trade was good and we thank our patrons for their many A masque ball at Hoxie February 2i A car load of Hays City flour at the St. Paul Bargain Store. Justus and H.

L. Hannawalt Tavors. of Morland are the Only two old sol diers in the county who belonged to the 25th Ohio. LOCAL NEWS. The band practices regularly.

G. Stobcr is now in Iowa. The creamery is putting up ice. Fifteen degrees below zero thisrr.on- ing. The town is still well supplied with coal.

is a good demand for farms to rent. About forty wagons were hi town Monday for coal. C. C. Clark is clerking in Garuett's store at Hill City Thos.

Garner is rustling in feed for F. J. Schilling's stock. John Riedel of St. Peter gets into this issue with a big adv.

G. W. Olson has moved to the house by Bob Armstrong. A new agent at the depot during the four week's absence of Miss Summer-son. H.

J. Setchell is delivering some very nice dressed mutton about town these days. Some newcomers from Ohio are re And at the. same; time wish to invite your attention to our new arrivals in Prftiis andbight Outings, If you want a good meal call at the Farmers Home, A. C.

Bisscll host. Uncle Bill Green hasn't found that pair of corduroy pants yet. There were IS in attendance at the teachers examination last Saturday. W. A.

Hill, F. D. Turck, R. V. Wilcox and James Gordon went to Topeka Tuesday to attend the Kansas Day club.

It is understood they are all op-posed to D. J. Hanna for lieutenant-governor. If true Dave, Harwl, Ed. Mullaney and E.iByerts proba- Our line of Blue Calicoes and Percales has been pro nounced, by many, the finest ever shown this far west.

WE HAVE A FEW CHIDREN'S JACKETS WHICH -5fB oiN-e'JAWAt control the pa" WILL CLOSE OUT AT COST TO MAKE MORE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS. WE SAVE YOU MONEY, AND YOUR PATRONAGE siding on the Rice place, southeast of MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO DO SO. Agents for Selz Schwab Shoes. The Farmers Supply Co, Mori and, Dr. M.

A. Gupton, the Osborne dent is, will be in Morland Feb. 4. All work guaranteed. The Epworth League gave a basket supper Tuesday eve.

The baskets were sold at auction for the benefit of Bethany hospital. Wheat raised, flour has raised, but our price's remain the same 80c and 90c at St. Paul Bargain Store, Main street, Hill City. Miss Olive Kackley is gaining quite a reputafn as an entertainer. The receipts of her Jennings engagement publUan con'venU.

-Faiy son the St. Paul Bargain The Royal Neighbors of America (Harmony Camp 1753) will hold Instal-lation of officers in the M. W. A. hall on Tuesday, Feb'y 7th, commencing promptly at 8 p.

m. After Installation supper will be served. AH members are requested to attend. Don't forget the date, Friday, Feb'y 7th, commencing at 8 o'clock p. m.Com.

Wm. Gauthier has purchased equipment to put in a short order lunch room in the new stone building on Pomeroy avenue. Ross Mort has purchased his stock of dry goods, notions, furnishing goods, boots and shoes, and will occupy the double room in the new stone building on Pomeroy avenue. H. D.

Funk and Jas. Keleher have bought out Byron Williamson's barber shop. J. E. Messinger of Salina is the new MORLAND, KANSAS COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS.

BILLS ALLOWED, JANUARY, 1902. On motion the following bill were allowed: Henry Williams wolf scalp bounty 1 00 T. Ray 1 00 Joe Faulkner 41 1 00 A. L. Goff 1 00 F.

M. Johnson 1 00 if-- Entertainment. The entertainment Saturday evening1 Feb. 1 at the church in Morland, by Miss Olive M. Kackley and her sister, "Little Miss Ruth, will be mainly of an elocutionary character something inspiring as well as entertaining.

Miss Olive won high honors in the N. W. K. T. Association as an elocutionist and has immeasurably improved since.

Little Ruth is exceptionally good in the pieces she undertakes to render. An entertainment of will stimulate the young especially school children to an emulation of the best art. Adults 25, children 15. stenographer at the Graham Co. Bank.

Miss Olive Kackley was quite successful in her entertainment at Jennings. The receipts of the evening were $31.25. JURY-FEBRUARY TERM. S. S.

Nevlns Graham township Charles Early Morlan Irving Seeley Pioneer Frank Schenk Hill City were $31.25. Hill City Recorder. S. S. Cain was down from above Studley this week and says there will be an entertainment at the Studley chool house St.

Valentine's by the Studley school. The Topeka State Journal says E. S. Knight of Colby and J. S.

Dawson of Hill City are politicians of the 6th ii strict of powerful influence, but they io not speak when they meet. Great people have their weaknesses. The Reveille says "it is charged 1 (McGilltis saying all manner of bad things about Mr. McVey because he consistently voted for our proposition." The record does not show that Mr. McVey voted at all on the proposition.

Several who opposed Mr, McVey twitted us about his voting for the Reveille, hoping we would say something against McVey but knowing the hypocrisy "of these fellows, we replied that perhaps Mr. McVey did not understand thepro-losition. If Mr. McVey did vote for the Reveille, as those whovoted against him with much noise proclaim, he has put a club in the hands of his enemies to do him up. II.

D. Clayton Graham J. E. Carpenter Allodium Frank Collins Graham Jerry Keleher Solomon John Bruton Wild Horse Mose Dabney George King Morlan J. P.

Jrwin Indiana Evert Grant 1 00 J. J. Rawson 1 00 F. A. Hubbard 1 00 J.

H. Phelps held on seed grain 1 00 Ira Conner 2 days deBtrovi'g Russian thistles 3 00 John Richmier 1 day 160 Harvey Gilson 2 days 3 00 Robt Criswell 3 days held on heed grain 4 50 John Cris well 3 days 4 50 Cyrus Paxson 3 days 4 50 B. F. Cooksey 2 days 300 W. Delaney 1 day 150 I.

Wheeler 2Mdj 3 75 G. Griffin half day IS John Witman 4 davs 600 J. P. Knoll 3 days 4 50 J. Witman Jr 4 days with team 12 0Q Wm.

Brant 2 days 3 0Q John Hill one day 150 Joe Rome 4 days 6 00 Peter Rome 2 days with team 6 0 Joe Roleter 1 day wfth team 3 00 Mike Tupfer hf day 75 John Richmier hf day 75 A. C. TillotsonU days with team 9 00 P.Hiible Jrday 150 X. D. Trosper 2 days held 00 seed rrain 3 00 Van 450 COUNTY INTFREST.

The county received the following amounts for 11m use of the county deposits during: 1901: Janurry $73 14 'Ticklegrass' neighborhood is northeast of Hill City. Most of the people about Studley are t'irough putting up ice. It is hinted that there will be a wedding soon near Studley. Our 90c flour is as goal as Old Abe or any other high patent flour in the state. At the St.

Paul Bargain Store, Main street, Hill City. Get the Criterion magazine and the Independent for the year 1902 for $1. Pre criptions carefully compounded, day or night at the City Pharmacy, Hill City. March April 79 78 63 37 66 43 69 00 68 93 45 83 46 27 53 79 53 79 57 49 82 83 May June July August September October November December C. IL davs with team 3 0O Ray MoriaJi 2day 300 ILTrwoerlday 15a ....175173.

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Years Available:
1901-1902