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gnblisfrid Weetly at $1 JO Per Year In Advance W. P. FEDER, Editor and Publisher FRIDAY, MAR. 5, W9 Advertising Rates J plT Per inch, jingle column 10c first week, 8c each additional week, Social position Uc Per month 32c .cal Readtrt-Sc a line per week. . bpeciaJ position 10c Carda of Thanki nl Resolutive ot Condolence, incline. r!llfch NoHci-Pree,' except wbtn for entertainmenu where an admission 'uci charged, Sea line' j . fecial Contract Kateton large ad- rertisements. Mrs. HIKe Dailey Deal Mm M Dailey diel Monday -tuofrting after aa illness of several years.- Mrs. Dailey has gradually declined in health but her sudden death was a great shock to the family. She never complained and had been :up and around the house until the da, before her death. Mrs. Dai ley, 'formerly Rose Anna Farrell, Was born in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, Dec. 8tb, 1859 and died March 1st, 1909, in this city. She was 50 years 2 months and 23 days of age at the tin e of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Dailey were married at Cedarburg, Wisconsin, Feb.- 10, 1880 and two weeks after their marriage came to children, John, James, Mary,. Agpts, Julia and Emma, the -youngest being eleven years old. The funeral services were held at the Catholic church in this city at 10 o'clock Wednesday and wore attend ed by a large nunber of sorrow ing friends and neighbors, a large number of them being fromtbeOlmiiz neigu. jborluwd where the family resided for jmany years. Dave Murphy-'-was here from fjowington Wednesday visaing with f' tends, District court convened Tuesday morning with Judge Elrick C Cole j a judge protem. Some little business iwas transacted, and adjournment was then take until March 1 5th. The Elks had a big lime at their meetine Monday evening. There miles west and one mile ootth i Galatia, an-i s ven .rid vntt ha mues north'? and one an: oik-.If miles east of (Xi . Mr-.Mjcs 4 ill 1 probably purchiic properly in Great Bend an) make ibis rii hrn j Barton ComTty'ifSpellmg Contest The last session of the Bar ton county Teachers' Association . "will meet in the high school build ing, Great Bend, Kans., on Satur day, March 20th, itf09; at whicn time and place the spelling con test will be held. The association has been busy making plans and securing priz es for the contest. They - ar now able to offer the following prizes : A set of twenty well se- " lected library books and a year's free scholarship to McPherson College'. A year's free scholar- ' sFip to the Nickerson College, a ' one-half year's scholarship to the lr.TH nn . j . ji: t . . . j., . . . . jhcx iiersou touege, ouu sis. aum- was im w uuVxM prize bejn? aar,s given the work, and after the business fjee subscription to- one of Bar- of the evening was transacted an ton County's weekly papers. In ) elegant banquet was served. all a total of nine prizes is offer- 'tionl aweekly newspapers. In J. T. Myers was down from near, I Galatia last Friday and. Saturday j. The manner of awarding the ( making arrangements for his big sale, prizes and ruls governing the , which will occur Wednesday, March ! been made known to 'Aflflh ToninAv in rna fnn httt i np VUVII VVUVUCX 111 bAJVs V U. lJ mv UUJHIIIJ!)!; s The Real Bargain Center of Great Bend I Smart Wearing Apparel for Wo Qmeh I Wc arc showing the smartest effects In Spring Wearing Apparel for Women In Suits. The Wldes Variety of Styles, Materials and Col orings, we have ever displayed, at from - - - - - $115 to $40.00 At each price we offer you the best suit that money can produce. These suits are of the famous "Sunshine" make, that In Itself Is a garantee of their Superorlty, : mi m SE WINDOWS FOR DISPLAYS 10th. The sale will start . promptly at 10 o'clock as there is a large amount of stuff to sell. There are a number of good horses offered, 8 good milk cows, as well as a number of calves, hog, lots of farming imple ments. household goods and numer ous other articles. Six months credit Kansas and moved on a farm near I will be given, on sums over $10, and Olmitz where they lived until about seven year ago when they moved to Great Bend.- She leaves to mourn her death, - her husband and six there will be a discount of 4 per cent for cash on sums of $10 or over. Free lunch will be served at noon. Mr, Myers farm is three and one-half hieh school auditorium is large and a goodly number of specta tors attend. Everybody is in vited. Respectfully, Edward Opie, Co.'Supt. "X. J. Ashpole and daughter, fay, returned to their home in Topeka Sunday after visiting rel atives here. NEW SPRING MESSAUNE PRINCESS SUITS Attractive styto indeed are these Messaline Suits. The women who cares, will find these suits with' the Princess effect to their " liking, and the prices always the lowest, - v - - . $17.00 to $25.00 Black Silk Coats $5.00 to $20.00 Buitb a )na mm nr Always B3ip &o& ?. j Hie Mew Qexois 'I A' y T A. The New Millinery is here-the Dress $ Goods are herethe New Suits and Skirts are $ here, the new combs, belts, bags and all kinds of Furnishings are nere And Spring is Here Mrs. Himrod will te assisted by Miss .Grigsby in 5! $ the Millinery department this season and this department j . is now rounding into shape with the greatest stock of $ millinery ever brought to Barton County, from the a cheapest child's hat to the splendid French patterns, and at any price you wish to pay-a hat that will plsas? you and J look styish git you. Also in this department w havs a stock of hair J goods, puffs, switchss etc i A New Spring Suits, Skirts & Jackets Almost every sxpress Lrmgs us new supplies in this department, of the greatest values possible. Our early showing of silk gowns met with such wondsrfull succsss lhat we have sscured more of them at, $18.00 to $20.00 for a beautiful silk drsss that fits. Is it any wonder they sell? icials This Week t ? t V f New Spring Jackets Made on the New Mode), loog straight, bipleEa effects, trimmed in self material and buttons. Misses $3.50 to $5.00 Ladies $6.50 to $12 50 LADIES' EMBROID ERED COLLARS, 15c to 25c Ladies' Messaline, Net and White Lawn Waists Each in their respective classes Wonders at the" prices we ask at $1.25 to $9.00 . Are t you interested in Dress Skirts? Let us show you the best fitting skirt ever shown in Great Bend. The spring line is now complete. . Misses $30 to $5.00 Ladies $35 to $20.00 No charge for alteration. Pireinniieinnis Those waiting for premium ruu can pet them now Other premiums on display. Words cannot tell oithe hand some and tasty combinations youll ind in our Kuppenheimer SSS $18.00 25.00 The illustration shown is one ol the models, but to lolly ap preciate the perfect fit and cx ciusiveness of the garments you should fry them on. You'll be pleasantly surprised. Other suits for f!.T 1 $10.00 to $25.00 Boys and Young Mens Tbes S2.50 to 17.50 CopjnUu 1909 Tne Hook of KappaUna Quofo Spe( Ladies' Elastic Belts good buckks, Black Brown sr Blue, special each wi 10. 200 Beautiful mounted pictures, . 16x20 of splendid assort- -ment of subjects, sach At tk( 11 1 JLunaDiaae Bolinder Store New Showing Mens Spring Trousers bweet Orr maVp.! Have you pcen thj New lielt Grip on them, you won't find it on other makes. Belter try a pair this time, $2.50 to $6.00 $5,00 NEW SPRING OXFORDS to For Ladies lo S4.QG S2.00 S4.00 New Spring Sfiirfs, Bells, New for Men, New Nectar ASK FOB PREMIUN COU PONS WITH YOUR PURCI2ASES It Pays to Trade at Formerly the MCYCLONEw !llll!!!!lf It I I I I J I I KM am I 1 I cs ma en II 'J Uamci and mnac were tlw pat- joyibl mnfo, SSl M timca of ife vtofaff and it '1 dTSJ U late iooran iegaat oyster tup- gtnerin.'