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The Democrat, Great Bend, Kansas
THE LIVER REGULATES THE
BODY-A SLUGGISH LIVER
. . NEEDS CARE.
SomeonS has said tliat people
wiui unromc Liver complaint
should be .shut ppaway from hu-
mtnity, for they are pessimists
and see through a "glass darkly."
Why? Because mental-states de"
pend upon physical states. Bil-
iousness,t Headaches, Dizziness
and Constipation disappear after
, using Dr. Kind's New LifePiJIs.
25c. atcyour druggist.
Sargeant Lyons' returned last
Saturday from Minneapolis, Kas.,
aad for the next two weeks will
be in charge of the National Guard
drill here. The local company
Jis making considerable improve
ments at the barracks. A table is
being put in for cleaning the rifles
ahd 'a' new gun rack is being in-
e Mrs. E. R. Moses, Sr., Mrs. E.
R. Moses, Jr., and Mrs. B. A. Gard
ner, Rave. a delightful .thimble
party Thursday afternoon at 2:30
"All?'the ladies t present report a
Jacob Schomer,of north of El
linwood, Awas looking after busi
ness matters and visiting with his
gmny friends in the city Tuesday,
and yas among the vistors at this
offices that day to order The Daily
Dernocrat sent toshis address for
me coming year:. Air. cnomer
is well ' pleased . with the wheat
prospects ahd believes that vfe are.
gomgUo have Another good crop
this yrar. Besides his land in this
county, he owns a fine' farm near
Cunningham, on which his son,
Joe, lives, and h'e reports that the
prospects iiown tnat way are
mucn better than. here, as they
had a grea deal more', moisture
last fall and3 their wheat got a
Ret3 Father Emmerich was
Mere from Ellinwood Tuesday to
attend to business matters and for
$ vfsit with friends.
Wi Kleisen, one of the old
timerscJof th'e St. Peter and Paul
neighborhood, north of Ellin
wood, "is reported to be Slightly
better Jhis week. lr. Kleisen,
who is past 82 years of age, has
been in everypdor 'health, for a
long time and of late9 has been in
a very serious jConditioh.
Lotfs Damm and son, Henrv,
were hi from west of town Tues
day on a businesstrip- and for a
visit with their "many friends.
They report, the wheat out that
way as looking fine and say the
roads are getting in pretty -fair
Jihn Schneider, of .Timken,
s; r,t Monday here."
Mrs. G. L. Chapman and Miss
Lillian Brinkman have issued invi
tations to a 7 o'clock dinner Fri
day evening, February 12th, to
meet Mr. and Mrs. X' E. Johntz
and Mr. and Mrs: M. L". Smith, of
In our visit tj our neighboring
city, of Pawnee Rock, Monday, in
the interest' of The Daily Demo
crat, we met with unexpected suc
cess for our new venture. The
people of the city and vicinity
held out the glad hand and wished
the new daily all kinds of success
and did it in a substantial man
ner, by going down in their pock
ets and digging up the price for
six months to a year in advance.
Thetown shows every evidence of
the past years' prosperity. The
stores were enjoying a good,
healthy business and the grain
men had all they could do hand
ling the wheat that was coming
Rev. Westwood leaves Thurs
day, Febuary 15th, for St. Louis,
to attend the Home Mission Coun
cil. He represents, Kansas at this
meeting, the whole representa-'
live body consisting of one mem
ber from each state. This high
honor comes to him in recogni
tion of the valuable work he has
done for Home Missions. He is
at present .president of the Home
Mission' Society of Kansas."
Ben Giles, formerly a member
of, the real estate firm of Young
& Giles, of this city, .stopped off
for a visit with friends Wednes
day on his way from Lamed to
his home in Hutchinson.
G. W. Seward went to Oklaho
ma the first of the week to attend
tie funeral of his brother-in-law.
Bob Bidleman of the south side
was in Wednesday. . He was feel
ing good and said he didn't see
any "reason for anyone feeling
otherwise in this country now.
With fine weather, high prices
and good, prospects for a bumper
crop next year there was nothing
much to ask for.
J. J. Moran is in Wichita for a
few days on business.
Lloyd Tournear is in Belpre
looking after business matters
George Everett was in from the
west side Wednesday morning on
a business trip and visit.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Younkin
and family were in Hoisington
Sunday to spend the day with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank French and fara
ily. The ladies are sisters.
L.' C Breederi was on the sick
list last Friday and Saturday and
the first of this week, being a suf
ferer from 'a severe attack of la
SIX PER CENT MONEY!
Loans may be obtained for any
purpose on acceptable Real Es
tate security; liberal' privileges;
correspondence solicited. A. C.
Agency Company, 758 Gas, Elec
tric Building, Denver Colorado.
Don't forget the big A. W. Ack
erman sale near Seward, on Mon
day, February 22nd. It is a com
plete close-out sale as Mr. Acker
man has disposed of his farm,
and everything put up will be
sold to the highest bidder regard
less of price. There is a big list
of horses and miles, some good
milk cows, some hogs and a lot
of farming machinery as good as
new, and in addition all the build
ings on the place will be sold at
auction. The latter consist of a
good 5-room, story and a half
house, small barns, granaries and
and all out-buildings. Auction
eers Keenan and McCormiek will
cry the sale. .
Mrs. Isabella Icenogle has been
seriously ill for the past two
weeks. She was in a very criti
cal condition for several days,
but is reported as improving
slowly at the present time.
r. J. Haberman. of the north
side,, was attending to business
matters and visiting with friends
in the city Tuesday and made a
pleasant call at the Democrat of
Charles L. Bacon, of Ellinwood,
writes a most encouraging letter
to this office regarding The Daily
Democrat, and in order to encour
age the thing right, sends his
check for a year's subscription
in advance to the paper. Charley
has been a resident of Barton
county for the past forty years
and during all of that time he has
never failed to be one of the loyal
boosters for any worthy project
which has come up for considera
tion, and he believes that The
Daily Democrat is going to be a
good thing for the county and he
wants to help 'er along.
A card received from L. C
Miller, for many years a resident
oi this city but now living in
Long Beach, Calif., and asks that
The Daily Democrat be sent to
his address at that place. He re
ports that he and his family are
well and getting along fine and
that the weather there is right at
the top notch of perfection. He
asks to be remembered to all his
old Great Bend friends and wants
them all to enroll as Daily Demo
Geo. Everitt and wife were in
from the west side on Wednesday.
George had just returned from a
business .trip to Colorado Springs.
A letter received from our old
friend, W. B. Cornell, at La Verne,
Okla., this week compliments the
Democrat and says that it is the
very best newspaper ever pub
lished in Barton county and that
he will appreciate the change
from a weekly to a daily publica
tion, and in order to make his
compliments sincere enclosed a
check for subscription. He is
engaged in the live stock and land
business at La Verne and says
that he has just returned from a
sixty-five day business through
other of the southern states. He
wishes to be remembered to all
his old friends here and says he
hopes that Barton county . will
raise another bumper wheat crop
E. S. Isern writes from Ellin
wood this week and enclosed a
check for a year's subscription to
The Daily Democrat in advance,
thus making another of the many
good supporters of the new pa
per in that part of the county.
R. W. Ringwald is another
from the Ellinwood community
who this week writes to this of-1
fice to have his name added to
The Daily Democrat mailing list
and wishes the new paper all the
success in the world.
Phone in all your news items
to No. 36. Co-operation is what
makes a really successful com
munity paper and we will appre
ciate your help in this matter. We
want to make the Democrat
YOUR paper and we can best ac
complish this end if you will
phone or send us in any item of
news which you may know.
Frank Kern, the Dundee mer
chant, was visiting with relatives
and friends and attending to bus
iness matters in the city one day
the first of the week.
A letter received from Louis
Hans at Topeka this week states
that he is getting along nicely as
sargeant-at-arms of the senate
and that he likes the work very
well. He says that the present
session of the legislature is a most
busy one and that the w ork is pro
gressing satisfactorily consider
ing the vast number of bills
which have been introduced.
Mrs. Jake Damm of West For
est Avenue, who has been sick
the past two months and who was
in the hospital for three weeks of
that time, is home again and much
improved in health.
C H. Christianson, formerly of
this county but now of Colorado
Springs, Colo, came down the
first of the week for a visit with
his children. Incidentally he or
dered the Daily Democrat sent to
his address in Colorado Springs
MORTGAGES FOR SALE.
Have a party with some first
mortgages on farm land which
he" will exchange for Great Bend
property. J. V. Soderstrom.
Mrs. Don Dodge, who under
went an operation at the hospital
a week ago and who has been very
poorly since, is now reported on
the mend. Her friends are hope
ful that she will soon be well
Henry Drehle, of west of town,!
has been hauling a great deal of
his last year's crop of wheat to
the Great Bend markets this week
and is getting the benefit of the
Miss Clara Buckland, who is
teaching in the Hutchinson
schools, is suffering with a se
vere attack of the mumps and
will be forced to give up her
school duties for some time. Miss
Marie Swartz, another Great Bend
girl who is teaching in the Hutch
inson schools, has also been on
the sick list with this disease and
has just returned to her work af
ter an enforced vacation of a cou
ple of weeks.
Father Reidy was in Wichita
yesterday to attend the dedication
of St. Marys Convent.
Wells Thompson, of the J. I.
Case Company, went to Kansas
City on No. 8 Monday evening to
attend to business matters there
for a few days.
Ralph Chandler is here this
week for a visit with" home folks.
He is employed on the railroad
and has his headquarters at Cof-
Frank Swartz, of Grant town
ship, was a county seat visitor,
this week, and was attending to
school district matters .for Dist.
No. 45. Mr. Swartz is a warm
advocate of good roads, and be
lieves that while they are in as bad
shape as at the present is the time
to get the rest of the people inter
ested. A letter reclved this week from
Joe H. King, at La Junta, Colo.,
states that he now has a black
smith shop at that place and that
he has a good business and he and
his family like it there very
much and he asks to be remem
bered to all his Great Bend friends
Mrs, H. S. Converse, who has
been very ill for some weeks, is
reported to .be rapidly imorovine
and is now feeling much better
than for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dncpn
and daughter, of Ellinwood, was
spending me day in the city Tues
Mrs. R. . G. McDoueal and
daughter were here from Pawnee
Kock the nrst of the week on
business .trip and visit.
Clark . Coss3 was down from
Heizer Monday on a business trir
and for a visitwith relatives and
made a pleasant business and so
cial call at this office and ordered
Tlip'llailv npmnrrnl spnt In hi
address fpr the comiitg year. Mr.
Coss has almost entireljf recover- '
ed from the' severer operation'and,
sick spell which he underwcnt
last fall and treportsc thai he is
feeling belter than for Ga long
time. He says that there ksfill
nuite a lot of wheat in the farm- '
i ti: .i.i. ..4.
hood and that the high price dot
not. seem to tempt them to turn
loose very fast. '
Doornc Tucker v:is .-ininiw I lie
south side farmers who were yis- j
iting with relatives ahd friends (
and attending to business matters t
in the city Monday. .Mr. Tucker !
has been a reader of the Hcmo
crat for many years and 16 help
The Daily Democrat cget a good
start he ordered the paper sent
for the coming year to his son,
Delbert Tucker, of the south side.
A. J. Sears,onc of the pioneers
of the Seward neighborhood, was
in the city Monday to attend to
business matters and for a visit i
with friends and made a pleasant
call at the Democrat office. Mr.
Sears in not only one of the pio
neer settlers of this part of the .
country, but is one of the pioneers
of the Democrat subscription fist
as well, having taken the paper
ever since it was published, and
while here he left the cash (or a
year's' subscription to The Daily
Democrat, in advance.
Will tWade, of Route 6, will
keep posted on the news of the
county through the' columns of
the Democrat in the future, hav-
ing handed in the cash the first
of the week for a year's subscrip
tion to The Daily Democrat. Mr.
Wade reports ttbat white the
wheat is small out in his section
of the country, yet tlwre is a
good stand and he'iyof the opin
ion that another good crop is bill
ed for this country.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thie syid
family this,week moved from the
old-W. B. King property to .the
house just ..south of the Frazicr
place on Main street. '
.Will Dohertyawasan Ellinwood
Milo. F,Iander was in from
southeast of town'Saturday on a
business trip and visit and called
at this ofice to assure us of his
best wishes for the future of Th
Daily Democrat and to have hfc
name added Id the list of 'sub
scribers. Ben Miller was a business vis.
itor from southeast of town Sat.