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The Gridley Herald from Gridley, Kansas • 4

Gridley, Kansas
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CITY DIRECTORY. BRIDLEY! LODGE No Wednes- 364 1, meets ever day evening in Odd Fellows Hall. Brethren of the order, visiting 1u the vicinity are invited with uR, Wayne Myers, N. G. FRANK STRICKLAND.

Sec'y. HEBRON LODGE No 314 A. F. A A.M., meets in regular communication in 0. 0.

F. ball on Saturday evening on or before the full moon of each month. M. L. STOCKTON, W.


2279 meets on first and third Tuesday evenings of each month in Odd Fellow's ball. Al Finch, V. C. Ed. Fessenden, Clerk.

GRIDLEY COUNCIL No 235 L. of 8. meets on the fret and third Monday evening of each month in Gridley. G. WILLIAMS, Pres.

Mrs. E. BEAR, Cor. Secretary. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

Preaching every other Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 7 p.m.

Sunday school at 10 a.m. every Lord's Day. J. Peiratt, Pastor. W.

H. Barnett. Supt. METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching every Sunday," alternately at 11 o'clock; evening services at 8:00.

Epmornings and evenings. Morning services worth League Sunday evenings when no preaching. Class meetings Sunday Sabbath mornlugs when there is no preaching. School every, Sunday at 10 a. m.

HOOPINGARNER, Pastor. Dr, M. L. Stockton, Gridleu, Kansas. L.

RICK, Physician and Surgeon, Office and Residence, Bell Building, Gridley, Kansas Day and night calls promptly attended Dr. J. J. Richardson. Office in Richardson Co's.

Drug Store, GRIDLEY, Kansas. Dr. C. E. RESIDENT DENTIST Le Roy, Kansas, At Gridley House, Gridley, Ks.

Tuesday Wednesday February 20 21, Schmitt Upholstering and Undertaking All kind of Furniture repaired and upholstered with neatness and dispatch. Le Roy, Kansas B. L. Kingsbury, Attorney at Law, Notary Public. Real Estate and Pension Agent.


FT SMITH, LITTLE ROCK, HOT SPRINGS, NEW ORLEANS. And principal cities of ARKANSAS, TEXAS and LOUISIANA See local agent for full particulars. H. C. Townsend, General Passenger and Agent, St Louts, Rail Road Time Ta bles.

MISSOURI PACIFIC. WEST BOUND. No 349 MIXED 4.15 P.M. EAST BOUND, No 348 MIXED 7.12 P.M. Connections at Le Roy.

-North at 2:15 a 1:45 m. South, 2:15 a and 45 Smooth track; dining car service; solid vestibule trains; unequalled service. D.D. Agent. ATCHISON.

TOPEKA SANTA FE ARRIVE. ..2:00 p.m EAST BOUND. ...8:40 p. Close connectiop made at Kansas City for Chicago, St Louis, and all Eastern pointe Dining and Pullman car service, W. L.

Brewer, Freight Ticket Agt. PUSTOFFICE HOURS. During the week 8.00 'the once will be open from 7:00 a mito 8:00 m. All mails will close twenty minutes before departof train. ELLEN WISEMAN, P.

M. ure THE GRIDLEY HERALD. Published Every Friday. T. F.

LARISON, Publisher. Local News. Old books re-bound at HERALD office. Call at the HERALD office and get the McCall Magazine at cut rates. L.

M. Stanley, of Le Roy; Kansas, has dry walnut fence posts for sale. See them before buying. Remember that Marshall is agent for the Star. Browp moved ipto the Pales property the frat of the week.

Mrs. Cramer moyed to town the first of the week. Walter Marshall is taking a coursein the post office bye! ness a new postmaster next year maybe. Every body is moving this week. Whittaken a brother of Mre.

Dade Watt 11 on our streets this week. John Lewis and wife were here from Mulball Ok. to attend their daughters funeral. The Ma. P.

piledriyer was over the road doing some reparing this week. The highest market prices paid for butter and eggs at Mareball. 1,000 car's ofoggs wanted at Mareballe, Will Dressier went to monday A nice assortment of ebirts jackets and overalls at Marshalls. Juleson an old time engineer on the flyer between Gridley and Ottawa has been transfered to Lawrence. We have not learned the name of the new man.

Joe Ramsley went to Waverly Monday and returned Tuesday. Roy Elliot returned home from Topeka where be had made an extended visit with his sister Mre. Lens Johnson. Married at the German church Feb, 25 by lev. Hoover Walter Waiters and Anna Keyboots: The stook of goods in charge of A Keever at this place has been sold and are being invoiced preparatory to being mov.

eb to Liberal Mo. A Keever has moyed back to Burling ton. Newton Errett is reported no better. Mrs. Effe Bear is breaking up house keeping and mooving her goods out to her mothers.

Petty is moving in as shel moves out. A bas moved luto the Job Decamp property. Larison of the Gridley Herald who has been sick for several weeks was taken to munbay of last week for surgical treatment. He underwent the treatment all right and li now at home at Le Roy doing as well as could be expected. Marshall has a new gasoline lamp be expects to have a good light, Fred Atherly has moved to Winfield and gone into the restaurant business.

Charley Maclaskey has a very sick baby. Osear Mallicoat who was killed in the Philippines about a year ago was brought home to Virgil for burial last week, Will and Sarah Helm go to Winfeld this evening. Will will take an interest in the restaurant business with Fred Atherly. Ex Mayor Hopkins of Burlington died, very suddenly Monday night at 11 o'clock from a stroke of paralysis and appoplexy be was only sick about 12 hours his death was a shock to all it came so sudden. Mra.

Roberts returned home last Monday from an extended visit in the east with relatives and friends. Preaching Services at the Christian Church next Lords day at 11 o'clock A conducted by Bumgardaer. a will be taken to pay brother Peratt our last pastor. Richardson jr. and family returned to Butler Mo.

Thursday after spending week visiting relatives and friends in and around Gridley. WANTED Butter, Eggs, Game, Furs and Hides. Faucy Candies, Dry Goods, Groceries and Meats as cheap as the cheapest, at MARSHALL'S The Oitizens' State Bank of Le Roy. Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Kansas. A general Banking business transacted.

AN ENT Officers and Directors: FRANK FOCKELE. J. M. MECHEM, JOHN COPPLE, Presiden, L. IRWIN, J.

R. COPPLE, Cashier. SPECIAL SALES DAY, Saturday March. 31, Saturday, February 24, will be our frat monthly Special Sales Day. We will make, a special price on that day on all goods in the store.

Remember the date. We will save you money. We will continue these sales. One Special Sale Day every montb. Watch for dates.

AL VINCE. CHEAP EXCURSIONS. The Missouri Pacific Railway has on pale the year round, to most all points in the United States, round trip Homeseeker's tickets at very low rates on lst, and 3rd new locations would do well by calling for Tyesdaya of each month. Those desiring information on D. D.

Stuart, Agent. baving fat cattle for sale to leave word at this office, We are now prepared to club with one of the very best farm and stock papers Breeder's Gazette." The is a weekly journal containing 93 Gezette to 36 pages devoted to the interests of the American farmer and stockman. Call at HERALD office for special rates. The Mo. Pacific railway has on sale cial Colonist excursion tickets to Oregon, Montana and British Washington.

bia. Any one thinking of taking a trip to the northwest, or in tact, in any direction, should not fall to call for information. D. D. STUART, Agent.

The Real Estate Excheuge has Chicago property to exchauge for grazing land in this vicinity. Pure-bred Plymouth Rock cockerels for sale. J. LARISON, Le Roy, Kansas How will move intothe Boll property. No daily paper in town Wednesday on account of late trains.

We understand Will Richardson is going into the restaurant business at Butler Mo. We understand a number of people in and around Kyle have the measles. And by the way whot has become of our Kyle Have you seen Gridley's bigh rollers if not look out for them. Karl Rick will leave for Morris Ill. to night to finish his plumbing trade.

(teorge Dale died Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock funeral wes preached at the house this morning at 9 o'clock. interment was at the Le Roy cemetry, A sinter and elster-in-law were here from a distrnce to attend the funeral. He leaves a wife and two children. We understand be carried some lite insurance. A Farnam from Princeton was boing business in Gridley Thursday.

Advertisd list of letters for March 1900. Mr. Heinrich Bergmann Mrs. Bar Mr. A Demler-2 Mr.

IZ Massey Mr. Zeb Massey Mr. Gentry Walton ELLEN WISEMAN P.M. Coal at Hows at Browns old stand Wauted 5000 bu. corn at Hows at Browns old stand.

Call and see How when you want to sell your bay Browns old stand. Marshall received a car load of flour yesterday from Arkansas City. HE Chamberlin made the home folks a flying visit this week. WT Evans of and Mrs. Cooper of Burlington Can, are visiting at Dr.

Richard sons this week. Lonn Myers said it was too bad that he Was accused of wearing his ice cream pants in the winter but Lonn says he will not loan. THE LE ROY AND GRIDLEY REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. OFFICES IN Le Roy and Gridley, Coffey County, Kansas. TO HOMESEEKERS: The attention of homeseekers purchase land, either and parties wishing to wild or improved, is and respectfully called to Coffey county, especially to the vicinities of Le Boy Kansas, offers better inducements and Gridley.

No portion of the country to tarmers or parties fertile valley of the wishing desirable bomes than the Neosho River, or the beautiful prairies of Gridley. and yallles in the vicinity No description can be offered adequate to part of Kansas. It the magnificent beauty of this has justly been termed the Italy of Americe on account of the wonderfully healthy and congenial climate. No country in the worid to a greater degree an possesses atmosphere better adapted to the liken of the Lestern Kansas. people thap Only three or four weeks in the year is the beat telt tp excess, and the nights ale never oppressive, no a matter what the days may be, so that person working all day can be assured of a goud night's rest.

the winter we have only During about one month of yery cold weather, at which time the mercury is down about freezing In Verily for bealth and comfort this polpt. a Paradisc. The soil in the bottoms is a rich. black loam, and exceedingly productive. Many farms that are well cultivated produce from 25 to 85 bushels of bushels of wheat.

60 to 109 corn, and 40 to 60 bushels of pate to the acre, A. farm poorly no matter where it is, will worked not yield satistactory results. here Fruits of all kind are found in abundance, the county as whole is well adopted to stock raising. An and agriculture excellent supply of pure water can be had at a depth of 20 30 feet, apd sufficient water can be found. in creeks springe.

and ponde, which are fed by Timber and rock for building purposes are a natural production of section. An to markets we thy are nicely located, being City. where only 100 miles from Kansas are located the largest packing houses and elevators in the can be easily world, which reached by the Missouri Pacific; Missouri, Kansas Texas, and Topeka Santa Fe railrond. Atchisop Now if you are looking for a home come direct to Coffey particuiare letter county, and for by inquire of J. R.

AHLEFELD, Manager, Look Here! LUMBER, GRAIN, COAL -ANDPAINTS. If you are going to build a new house or use anything in our line call and get our prices and look at our STOCK. It will cost you nothing to do this, and we will endeavor to save you money. Will guarantee you prices as low as the lowest and good treatment, We want your patronage. A.

C. HOUSTON, Gridley, Kansas. Best Farm and Stock Paper in the World, That is what Hon. James Wilson, United States Secretary of Agriculture, says of the BREEDER'S GAZETTE.I Twenty-eight to Thirty-six pages weekly Original Matter. Original Illustrations.

Published every Wednesday. For special subscription rates on the Gazette call at the HERALD office, Gridley, Kansas. A Great Kansas Weekly. Topeka Mail and Breeze 1t 1a brimming full of bright and crisp comment on Kanas affaile, attractive Kan. sas cartoone and Kansas portraits and illustrations that makes the paper almost in dispensable to the up a Kansan.

We have made arrangements with the era of the Mail and Breeze by which our subscribers cau get the GRIDIKY HERALD and the Mall and Breeze for $150 a year. Don't fail to take advantage of this rems Ranch Proprieties a Specialty. A fine little farm, and tor sale 120a, nice 6 room house, fair barn, sheds, Ta fanced bog tight, 8a in fruit, 40a under cultivation. 319a, small house and 1-2a in fruit 2 good wells, good pond, 100a under cultivation, 10a in tame grass, school house on place. For sale cheap, good terms.

A nice farm of 820a, 6 room house, good wells and cistern, fair barn, good sbeds, 3 cribs, 100a in cultivation, 20a fenced bog tight, 3a in fruit, 1500 catalpa trees. For sale at a bargaia. Well improved farm for sale cheap If sold by Feb. 1. 820a, 7 room house, good outbuildings, barn 84x36 feet with stone basement, 18x30 ft cow barn, wind pump with pipes in barn, stock scales, 3a in fruit, 95a under cultivation.

No 56 North half of north-west quarter sec. 23. township 24, range 16; 20a under cultivation, balance in meadow, all first bottom land. Price $20 per acre. 960a fine pasture 4 miles from town, well fenced in two past ures-640a in one and 320a in the other, well watered by spring and pouds.

Price $10 per acre, No 109 155a, 3 miles from town, good house, stable and orchard, about 80a under cultivation. Nicely located. Price $20 per acre. No 55 'The north-west quarter of sec. township range 17.

70a under cultivation, fine bearing: orchard, 10a of timber, balance in meadow and pasture. house and barn; one-balt mile to school, 3 miles from town. A fine home. Price $20 per acre. A nice ranch of 480a in Woodson county, 5a in fruit, 5a fenced hog-tight, house with 16 rooms, barn 38, cattle shed 20x100.

Price $25 per acre; $1000 cash, reasonable terms on balance. S. 1-2 of S.E. 1-4, 20 23 16. N.E.

1-4, 29 23 16. For sale at 8 1-3 dollars per acre. Buffet Sleeping-Car Service to City of Mexico. Pullman Buffet Sleeping-Cars run dailey between Kansas City anti City of Mexico without change via Santa Fe Route. Tourists via this line pas through regions remarkable for their science and buman interest.

Round-trip tickets on sale daily at greatly reduced rates. For rates, folders, apply to W. L. BREWER, Agent, Gridley, Kansas. A nice little farm of fair barn and 808, good house, sheds, 1a in fruit, 40c under Price $2000.

No 112 90a, a house very nice little farm, fair ank some orchard. nice grove of umber, 50a under cultivation, Le Roy, 5 miles from 8 miles from Price $1200, good terms. station, No 50 A One ranch of 1760a as follow sec. 15 and sec. 21 and 8: the south ball and quarter of sec.

22 28 of range 15, in townsbip all well fence and with creek and watered shipping pond. ouly miles from $12 laye very fine. Price station; per acre, A fine farm of fair house, 160a, water and timber, fine large barr and finest bearing orchards one of the in. the Priee $20 per acre. county, No 98 160a 1-2 mile house from town, good and stable, some orchard, all under citivation, all good bottom land, home.

$25 per acre. a good No 97 480a well ed fenced and well water. with springs and creek. 80a under culti. vation, 20a of timber, balance in meadow and pasture, from very nicely located, only 31-2 town, tair house and some Price $15 per acre.

No 107 174a, 140a under cultivation good house and barn, bearing orchard kinds of fruit, all creek bottom land with a fine body of timber, six miler from Burl. ington the county seat of Coffey Price $25 per acre. county (bearing 200a farm, fair house, good orchard, 70a under cultivation 100a fine meadow balance in five miles from town, very nicely located. Price $12 per acre on good terms. No 110 A fine section 640a well fenced and well watered with pond, tine pasture land.

Price $10 per acre. BY GOSH BILA8 CLONE- Wa-al by gose! Bill Smith's yeller hen laid a hand-painted Easter egg. BILAS FENCE -By gosh! you don't say 80. SILAS CLONE -Yes sir by gosh! 6ILAS FENCE- -Wa-ul by goeb! Dr. Richardson reports several cases of of measles Miss.

Mary Webber has been Very sick with them but is better at this writing. Dr. Stockton preformed surgical peration on Newton Krrett 'Thursday he was aswisted by Dr. Cleveland of Mrs. Horace White died Feb.

27 at th home of her father Mr. Strable south of Burlington-we have been unable to learn any particulars. Fred Minich de on the war path; He saye he is going to climb two or three youthe frames in this town if they don't puit their gossiping about him..

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