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Republic County Pilot (Newspaper) - April 1, 1886, Cuba, Kansas THE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Editor and y 50 per Invariably Locals inserted in this paper for five cents line for each All at the end of every be cash deli The subscription price of is One Do tarand Fifty cents per ceaL lor and Fifty Cents for three strictly cash in and aH will be stopped af expiration of time paid CUBA APRIL IN HOFIUS Local the snow is melting aNf few overcoat days this Arbor day plant a at this Phillips has moved out on his new adver Langs children fare Vailing with 1ad WWe printed bills forS last went down to Wayne i lost Savage moved into Alva Guys house last Case started on a visit to Prepare to make garden Hoard started last Thurs day for to attend person who owns a lot in town should plant a tree on it has purchased Earn est Watchers building and lot on Stacy of two good made us a pleasant call Those fellows who were plowing last week are doing something else this Too much has the property Ji and will soon occupy Smith has recen tly sold ten 6f his lots in various to build Cuba is a live J FAREWELL I AM THE The above reward will be paid for any case of or Bronchitis not instantly re by Syrup SYRUP a positive and unfailing cure for bronchitis and throat and rt v Manufacturer of Dealer in To Buy Our QUEENS Curry last Washington is to have a courthouse this Thomas and George west last Friday We furnish the on tml for three for 25 nominate candidates for city offices should be held on day of came down on the train last Monday on of Clay Spe cial Agent of the of was in town last one of Richlands best the gang that reads these Arbuthnot is quite sick with a we are Dr of is attending Etherton start for his new home on his farm in Rooks as soon as the will per living seven miles south is quite sick and is threatened with the we are sorry v little oner Skinner went down to Concordia last returning Wednesday morn Y issue of Thanking our patrons for past we ask a continuance of the for another at We acknowledge the receipt of the able speech of Senator deliver February 5th Admission of We are sorry to say that Joshua living two miles north has been under the weather for a few Hope he will soon be around Who will be our next is question by everyone just We know but have in view several citizens who would make good and would like to see them W they a from April 1 we can buy Mure I Five Hundred Teams Repairing done on notice and satisfaction Charges than store irt We mean and will always keep die et past Did Last Call in ill Calfe on me for and get it is the Hoping for a ors as in the past I continuance of favors 1 MEN wanted to work on the railroad now being built from Edgar and irom to Blue to Ingle went to last to spend lie man who said that March came it lite a lamb have meant one that is af with A two inch snow storm fell to the Around last John says the weather has something to do with he Boyer came over on the iri and returned on driving her horse across the country has accepted a position in the novelty store of Ander son and in John nie is a good and will give faction recently and a cousin of of Cuba Casti House notoriety rived in this city on last Monday even ings hereafter to be a welcome citizen of the first born child of the republican inSome parties living in Washing ton mill liafe purchas ed of in the north part of and will at once re move their machinery a then Cuba will a steam grist Maty has traded her building and one of her residen he new fof fArnr in Washington nd will move on to it Shrent utore Hod for a billiard and pool and will not go to Republic City he had on the a son The feeling that it was little pne died the following and was the i The have the sympathy of are having their hands full plow and March more the ground is covered with the beautiful We attended the residence of It proved to be a grand success for us it was an enjoyable and we feel justified in saying that if all enjoyed themselves as hugely as we that they Simonds sold worth of lots on his addi tion to Eastern parties last This is as good an as county When strang ers come here and invent that amount oi money in prop erty it shows beyond a doubt that they have faith in the future pros of the was in the city the first of the week Bob has com recovered from his injuries and is loT A men who own import ed homes were in the city on and allot a decided an exhibition from tomor April at which time all owners of stallions in the county are and exhib it thoir All oT good horites will of be present Republic City There no neater drug in the than the one fitted up by Boyer Goin and nice it O has taken of Dr and wife will mahe their home with thi We have been joked considerably lately over of a pony nn it was ling but the joke is going to dod far when a friend in Iowa writes as asking for the pedigree o our While we have been free to express our opinion on the man and the cloth perhaps this would be a good t ime for UR t unbosom onr thoughts on a similar It makes the do ing a regular feel very queer when some of his some o owe him consider able on book travel over thir For your go to Blum bergs where yon willob ain the latest styles and the low st PHOTO In running a Cabinet per or ten days We look for a boom in the pic business during our short so pall early if yon want pic tures Old pictures renewed and en arged at the new art gallery op Those wishing pictures please call adn see our Remem repairing Banning And the farmers are horse for busy of a mem ber of tke firm of Case and his daughter Emma came down on the evening Fuller returned on Saturday Mbs Emma re maining over visiting has gone to Belle in the employ of Mclntyre Os long to be A good program was consisting of dec and also some fine mus ic by Will Miss Miss Burke and About sixty were The next social be held at the residence of Ap Harold Sheldon ua and we regret that he is to leave where he has made many warm v fc day not long into the country after a load of and going of one of his Irenes a and fitter actually home his load with jwor before Thursday as Misi Hay Bailey and Charlie Tobey were out on and were re the livery with their became and their at their down Baird to tie ground at 4M bam Osborne where he has recently Harold is a hard working young and we wish him success in his new field of Anthony of Farmington and Miss Mary of were united in mar riage on the No more eating cold or sewing on his own but Thats we dont blame best to the happy miles of Kanaan tr spend seven or a hundred dol lare with a Yankee or similar amount over tn a man from If any of on dealers have that sort o then they tally under stand just how the punter feels when be sees the merchant write his correa on a notehead that wa printed at or some eastern print While we have cause for complaint on thie Js in Election March will be an on Monday April at the City in the of pose of electing the following Police and five Coun Land Office at March Notice is given that the Settler has make roof in support of his and that said proof will he made the Probate Judge at on April viz Homestead Section Town 3 south Range x ie names the following witnesses to prove con residence and cultivation of said lanb all of Will be to respond to all calls to sell at Public all kinds of farm property and Keep constantly on hand a on stock of CHOPPED We keep the best Flour that is a First north of the meat Terms Orders left at this office will prompt atle 16 Raisers Attention loans MONEY on farms and writes I O O in safe Office on east side Baird ft You can save at we work the latest tive in a Bring rill the and we will guarantee yon I will sell yon goods at the follow Bed Rock for the next thir ty days in order to establish my trade and get acquainted with the people 9t I will LawrenceL L at 5 eloper 7 Bleach Hope Lonsdale Fruit of Loam 8 Farmerj Choice 6J x Cotton Flannel 6to 10 j 6 to 10 Prints 5 Indigo Blue 7 Red Prints v Fine All Wool Flannels 20 Shirting 7 to Cotton Worsted 8 to 15 to JO Thirteen Ibs 00 For Land Office at Concordia Kansas March Notice Is given that the settler has filed notice of his intention tQ make rmal prodi in support of his arid said made before the Probate Judge at AND EVAPORATOR For fitting pigs for market or for f cur ing among t has no equal Can be used a Scalding or for raf hour fOOD HUNDRED The Dalley Steamer and Evaporator be on exhibition in a look FRANK for the town ol range l He names the following witnesses to his ous residence and ofj said Joseph and all ol county Great Bargains AT SubChief of the CURBS Money to loan on at No paid over when papers are signed at 1st National Call or At First National A So acre farm for at a miles north of story and 57 bearing apple small fruits of aI stable for four corn good cot ten wood inquire at this ip CHRONIC EYES i CATARRH AMD Best of Reference lownsin tuur acres of a slaughter ket we wish to trade an So acre farm in Kansas The house street arid of in i o further particulars inquire at Ibs U Sugar Choice our j of has losj over 100 head of hogs the past merchants ot have been goods from Belleville since the strike on the o sold dozen bens in town the aggregate weight being 100 Edward waa sept to the penitentiary from a year haji nerved ol the has during the n of in ing bii pr cause for com Not one dollar should be spent by either farmer or outside of the if it is posible to get near same at A tramp from an was in town the other we are proud tci say that he we sd bat one which 000 note They were paid with the As they were not shipped as quick as expected our wrote tothe to know the Hewan politely that had no such money note Did we laugh We simply foir wd received l7 the iog loin took jate the ear 1HJD oba that Divine Providence will direct our citizen in the proper path in the of the has branched oat into the practice of law and insurance His card appears The people of effects of the strike very and there ia considerable complaint When two great powers get into a dead the dear people do not figure in the of thin township left at this office last if the largest potatoes we have seen Two rtf these immense tubers are af the variety i I also have the finee lines of aiter all of will BO cheaper than any 01 her house ih produce taken in for Gome and fee me bafore yon t Goeller and Boyers oil and Scent and 10 cent tb see the bargain you can get for tlie litale sum c 5 cents br 10 hed the and the other Mr Peterson hinwell on successful potato say he will providing the ne paper J We will sell our entire stock of goods at have rented our building and mean we Our stock will bosold of Come atod secure bargains while yon have We eggi in exchange lor goods at higher prices than you can and as we have bail considerable ex in that line Highest price paid for are gting to Yours in fe A Thousand Aches and will be cured TROPICAL When you ate suffering with Neural pains in the joints or any part of the body try Beggs Sweet thi of all lihi Has a from Stump Old Style Three Cans Corn Twenty Apples 40 Ror wale by 40 H EVERY Will visit Concordia Saturdays Money The National Bank of Clyde will loan Money on and Chattel security for the next sixty days at a low of Also will negotiate loans on farms and city Money paid over papers are 11tf 606 6Q8WYANDOTTE i K ill Authorised to all anil Special Weakness Sight Debility of Guaranty Charites Age wid ence are No or In medicines used No time tienta where Money to loan on improved at or 9 per Time 3 or 5 or installment plan at 7 per and cent net The Weekly Capital and Farmers Twelve Peaches Twentyfour Ibs Beans Fourteen Fifteen Rice I also have a1 fine line of i oo clothing I will sell lower than any other house also a fine line of cot tonades and nice line of and V 358 leg Passenger Freight TIME Trains this ai follows 8M AMI A Passenger Freight as second mail A for Weekly and is an 56 weekly published by aV is the Official State complete reports of the meetings of the and all and at the Slate It contains Catarrh live cure for Sold by Groeller THE Thayer of Ind says myself and wife owe lives to Con by A tures are It in a rep resent stive Kansas Simpler copy aet free Paper will he sent one year to any in or ont at Kan for one Pilot Capi tal one year for Proprietor This house has juit been built nnd is kept of order the public More x nsas City It miKei able Loss Yellow skin Vitalizer is a positive by Goeller WHY will you when 10 50 and by Goeller received a fine wl Denver to Chica Denver to Denver to to Kansas City to Chicago Omaha to BEST LIME FROM WEST TO EAST SURE CONNECTIONS LOW ton Route are for sale by Denver Hip artd all other principal and by all of the Route For further apply to and ony y 8 Iff o Delay where Title is Those who to on Farm will by with mm Infore I Warren te Harrison Kan Bros of Western Farm o Eng Loan b Trust Smith fe I Can giver you your own MM Uata loans at or them at any amt
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