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News From Over, Tke County
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I Mr.'andJIrs,, J. E. Curran who, bays
'ibeoa visiting at the hcaie of John
Wceik,fco80u"iqf town, retained .to
;; their borne to New Mexico yesterday.
- 4W, R: Broadbebka scld'aX eighteen
r mcinlba old heifer, to 8a cattle? buyer
iram Lamed one nay. iasx Tvee ior
"the euraof$60. o
l;Rob iMillef went t' down, Great
Beiwl Monday where "hehas secured
' empJroent0 toi a, garage-. o
6! GJ-Cooper wenit down, to -Kan-
Ratfl CAtv Aafcinrriav' with & jcat of cat;
0tle -which be pir ow Ihe market.- The
colli weather jfladefrt oo big a, chore
to feed so many cattle as he stall has
a good bune-h outat the,' (arm. ? .
, tfc H "Brewer was, not "to a fig'ht.
He merely tried to burn $ wart off
hfe --facer and the prejQration used to
seojqhe burning spra over -a ipory wu
of his. face, considerably greater than
thai occupied by the wart m 0
. If anyone, wants aa absolutely rela-
" able bawanieteir $ust kok0 up the cal
endar of the Pawnee Reek Band. ,H
it is- slated to appear; iff concert put
it down there fa a change, of "weath-
. me, novaooi oi we yu' y
and test, night was no; exoepUori. to
the wflywhea.'th organization, was
on for aa concert & Dundee. At two
v out 'coats or vesta and .two hours lat
er werooaits were 'necessary.. .The
concert waa advertised extensively eo
the boys went down.' But few peo
ple, attempted to0frave thee elemmts
anid. thabojtherefoite played a Ifewi
pieces ior inose wno qki come wum,
amoWiceAo0itajtatie(nt of giving 'a;
concert, there. two weew from wt
i er i favorable.' . ' . ' '
o 'o. o $':. $ 0 I
s'UBERTY ITEMS ". .'
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9, " 7-.
'tFihe weatihef tils.-' tJ
Mary. Sciridde.vlsiited -witii
. guerlte -Kesauam, Friday0 might.
v Edgarrth went 'to 'Seward Monday
iBigjiit. ,.' . ' '.'
'Erefyody, ad a itoe' tlme N
;i HP your 'uai to vaaraea nam.. 4
. Thiere wiJl be au emtertadinmeiit
given at' Diet. No. '4 Friday night fo'
i'lowed by a box. 8spper. ...
BiJl Kettm Kasjbroken, tihe'reccfrd;
Bill aays'lhie'.uf .a.tree five "feet $n
diameter.- ",.' ' I ..
.The'sbundee Quartette made"' a big
toft FrWiay night ,
Mr." and P; ;ll Mnrply were
"visiting (Jneaj Bfod Monday.0 .
.t Mike dCeenaia, amd' Joha Murphy "are
v': Mrs.. Hardia Is rerteiTtb'' be Buf
fing from;ttood' poison. .
ana 'Mrs-, aiurpny. and.ram'iy
' Visited1' wStih'-M. llCAnan.'m nmi
t , Sunday". " ' '. . . ''
" Ralph Mwph'y" i-is'ted with Bertram
day. - ' -. ' fi "
Bring W.yotir Job Work.
UJ' won't Believe it until I see0!? with
my own eves!" , . : f'LOl
How bften have you heard this expression!' L
JVe arc rational beings and arelndincd to doubt thejx- A
IStenCe of thinfK that K.r nn r-.V.T .
ccn.-:l nus, we mignt doubt the extstence o( tbe
colossal animals of prehistoric times; but seeing X
pictures of them, we quite readily tcccpt the faa :
or tneir existence as true, in spite of. the fact. T -c
' that these pictures are not actual photographs, 5
out were ouiit up" or .laked," as the ' Jff V
photo-eneraver terms t-hy the'paleon- ' w VV? V
iuiuim i rum insi c n nun imm
earth. With aWct all "c..:-
beltevinp," and hence.i when obtaininj
belief it the fceneral end in advertising,
pwurrs can dc usea enectioJiy. M
you advertising believable by usinp
effective advertising pictures.
Leave Orders at the
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Bruno Dk returned Monday from
a few months stay ia California.
"Miss.AmiiaHall.laft Monday or At
chison where she Cm enter a con
veut. J . '
" Charley Wfllmsfof ftledjcine Lttdft,
visdtetf inert, Tvith hi9 daishter, Mrs,
A. R. Haas ind famiylast week.
Akin Grotha of New Bremen,
QbK is hereyoa a visit with the, Zei
senib'usch'" family aod other relatives
and 'friends. ,
Dutch Archer came to from Wayn
ka, OkJa., Monday fening, wh'ei h
has ibeen. employed the cast Bionht
or two. '
Tom Worris, of paxico, Kas, came
in Saturday evening for a MKt with
old friends and reJaitlTes aiid It
tend to 'IruBiness matters. ,
The attoouncemenit baa bbn nade
of the coming marriage cf Kr.'johin
Thul to iMfe Ma, Mayer, f Deavef,
iBd who former!-' cade vr bomt i"i
Miss Maria and George K,impleret-
tertained a number of yQKng ftfke
at, their bona in the country last Sat
urdav evening, the evening beinf
spent at cards, Kght ref resbmeiits be
ing served later dtt tfhe everasj.
.r.- 'C. A. Kruege? returnei'te
Gramd' Rapids, ilich., Monday ven-
Ing after a few weeks visit here, and
it Larned with reJatlve. Mrs.. Kru-
jer wild remain for a longer visit.
0 The Mfcset Ida and Ctostiia 1-
son returned to their, home fa, 'Mis
souri Tuesday morning after a 'few
week visit with their brother,-
Nelson and family, and witih Albeit
Peters and family
While attempting to load a vajoa
with meat last Friday, ifr. SchulU,
who d9 te the employ 6t John Thul,
was, hurt when the team, became
frightened and ran away, scterirg
meat in vry direction. Luckily,
nothing very serious happened as thf
" Al Redmon with his wffe .and three
children teft this morning for Albu
querque, New Mexico, where they
will make thir future 'home. He has
accepted a position as traveling satoB
man for fie 'Monarch Milling Co., out
of Hutchinson and will make Albu
querque his headquarters, but his ter
ritory will cover the tate of Arizo
na and New Mexico. EUtawood hates
to -Irose as good a citizen as Mr. Red'
mom but wish bim lots of good 4uck
and iplDsperiity in his new work and
home. , Al worked as head book-keep
er for the P. B. Kimpler Milling Co.,
here) for about "ten years
A WINTER COUGH.
; A stubborn, annoying, depressing
cough" hangs on racks the body
weakens , the lungs,, and often leads
to seri'&s results. The first dose1 of
Dr: Kind's New Discovery gif eg re
lief. Hiry D. Sanders, of Cavendish
Vt.,' was threatened with coosumption
after having' pneumonia. He writesf
"Dr. King s New Discovery ought to
be to etery family; it ,1s certadnly
the best cf all medicines for coughs
cotfs "or lung , trouble Good lor
thildren's' coughs. Money back if
aiisarou. rrice ouc. and "l.W.
At H druggists. ? H. E." B'uQklln; ft Co
Philadelphia prtSt Louis.
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. From The Clarion
'Little Charles OUfphanit ha bees
qufte 111 .'this week but Is better at
J. H. Weltmer sbipped a car load
of stock to Kansas City the first of
Joe Neimeryer left the first of the
week for Allen, Kane., where he has
taken chargs of a station for th
One of C. J. Jeniach's little boys
had the misfortune to break en arm
one day last weak. The little fellow
is improving nicely at this writttig
R. M. Grlzell hipped a, couple of
cars of torses to Wichita the first of
toe week. He bought the most of
tbem to the neighborhood of Russell
air. ana yin. o. t. Stevens came
up from Caldwell, Kans., last Friday
and visited with the Dugan md Ailea
families until Sunday when they re
Burl 'Dowse and family were here
Sunday visiting witb home folks.
Burl returned home to ' Great Bend
Sunday night and Mrs. Dowse remain
d over unA.il the next day.
R. A. Jordan and family axe mov
ing to the country tbfo web Ha
will live with the E. O. Jordan family
until Bert Jordan vacates the place
he is living fa, and will then move
(on that place.
John Grttbb meet with an accident
'last Saturday, when be hurt his an
kle eo that it will lay htm up for sev
eral weeks. He was havlns: a friend
ly scuffle with a fellow workman at
tke wee uniiB and fell in such a way
as to tear the ligaments loose in the
ankle qa his left leg.
'The Cow That Kicked Chicago' and
'The Persecuted Dutchman' are the
titles of a couple of plays that will
be given at the school bouse In Dist.
51, Friday night, Feb. 20th. A fcox
supper and cake walk will also be a
part of the evening's entertalmment
The funds will be used to purchase
hooka for the library. Everybody is
lavked to come out and have a good
Ons of the prattie&t weddings ever
olemniaed in Hdsdngton was that of
Miss Odah" Hollar and Mr. Albert
Hoagland, Sunday evening, Feb'. 8th.,
at 8:3a o'clock In the Church ol
Christ, comer of Third and Vine Sts
The beautiful building was crowded
with a throng of more than six hun
dred people, frtends of both parties.
At the close of the regular church
serrice, Mrs, J. U Piercer rendered
the touching solo entitled 'Oh, Per
fect Love.' While Miss Gena Baker
played Mendelsshons wedding march
the bridal party advanced to the al
tar, preceded by the ushers, J. L.
Pieper and M. E, Ferree, where they
were met by the pastor, Elder Z.
f . . .
iuuvtc, wno in the ifflpressive ring
ceremony pronounced them 1 imsbant
and wife. The orchestra,' 'accompan
ied by Mies Baker at thtf niann wn.
dered a beautiful march a the party
reiirea from the church to the auto
mobiles waiting to convey them- to
me nome of the bride' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Hollar, f-bire an in
formal reception was' held.
.The bride was charmingly gowned
in whits crepe and carried America
Beauty roses. The groom wore the
conventional block. .
A large cumber of guests assem
bled at the Hollar home which was
beautifully decorated wfth roses and
pink carnations, and dainty refresh
ments were served.
"Mr. and Mrs. Hoagland teft on the
first aiu for St. Loujs from wh,ch
Place they will go to New Orleans to
attend Madri Gras. and to points in
Arkansas where they win visit
tives. They ill return ! ti-tvti
about Cbe first of March. -
. Th7' were, the recipietts of n,ajnv
handsome gifts; . J
Mr.and Mrs. Hoagland are two of
the popular young folks who have"
grown to manhood and womanhood in
Hojsingten. and we join with their
feaay friends in wishing them happJ-
ness0and prosperity in their ioumev
through wedted life. Dispatch.
THE0 KirG OF ALL UXATIVES.
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Fprfconstipatiott use Dr. Kinm New
Life "Pills. 'Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo
N. Y.says tSey are the 'kin nt ail
laxatives. 'Chey are, a blessing to
au my ramuyand I always keep a
boi at honlSLl' Get a box and get
weli' again, f'rice 25c. At Druggists
or by mall.
rjirks' Studio where It fe nevfcr
too dark. 0 f
FOR 8ALE AT A BARGAIN.6
160 acres. mXe from Wfiinne-.
ton, J miles ran fen alter town; 50
aPflB4nfnAQlA amI . a
anoe in cultnton; 5 acres in afaj
fa: fine "new 8-room hAuel. inLix
to modern sty, iiatfi room. ranrV
and closets, large cellar, concrete
cave, nearly ew barnSGxA, DOg
house that- cost, f500 ; larj 1 granar
ies, machine sheds, fcpultry bouse
welle and windmill: larce AAai
cedar grove; abott 40 rods f wSv!
em wire. This lanxf lays 4 iperfecl;
ux w nca as any to Kassss in,
highly improved comTwinfV,, i
-v, uao in-
ephone and rural mall, close to school
and M. E. cburch; onebalf.toUe off
the Mlertdiaia road, ens of tie .very
best farms in Southern Kansas.
sessloa at nee. For further parts
alars write me. Price $85 per are.
Terms on part if desired, w -g
HERRICK, Wellington, Kansas. .'
HORRIBLE BLOTCHES OF ECZEMA.
Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ee-
uia uujunent. . p. CaldweU of
&ew Orleans, l&. etats: My doe
tor advised me to try 'Dr. Hobaon's
Bessina Salv. I used three boxes
of Ointment and three cakes of Dr.
Hobson's Derma, Zema Soap. Today
I have not a spot anywhere on my
body and can say I am cured.' it
, ao 016 a tor you. It, fi00tc.
mg, heajtng, antiseptic action will
rid you of all skin humors. Markf,
pimples, Eczema blotches, red m.
aWUj sores, and leaves your skin
clean and healthy. Get a
day. Guaranteed. All Druggists, 50e,
vr oy mail
How about that Blue Bell Cream
Separator that you was thinking
about? Wilcox has it. and it iu
tU be claims it will do. None bet
ter on the market. At Wilcox's.
TV TV. .
iwmocra acknowledges vp
c4pt of a novel and pretty valentine
from Mrs. Ed Hotchkiss of this city.
is a. post card picture of six coach
g puppies and is eutitJed 'Spotters
From Great Bend. ' The little fellows
look the part, all right
In SnntVio!iotoiTi ll.'n,.. : m
of the owknd Z n-f. T 01 the crest of the 0zarlts an(J flis distaQce aforth-
....uvuuun see ievei oi about 550 feet. ,
flrelotn, Ll' "l "'T t !
graave towns and shipping points, with populaliont o! from 100 to 1.000 nfV
Van Burrn. QiW H,lwl.r r.,.BJ:.
ourtracl.nJk.l,7l IL j T
our tract and is the local headquarters
75,000 acres to be offered for sale under the Contract Plan
units, and each un t will onnr'et - i j t .
?ara v-J j A
iy. wo interest No Taxes.
....i.uyauvu ui uui cuiupanj. ' .
$5 Cash and $5 Monthly for 59 months means independence and a Competence for tQU.
PAYMENTS STOP IN CASE OF DEATH .
made1" ThLil T " ff? U l W
trad, qrhL i l , PP
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TO INVESTIGATE OUR PROPOSITION' ,
V, want no man to patronire us "light unseen." and will piy fa rauroad m 0 mry puri . ' . j
Hunter and return. At Hunter we hsve an ,mp!e supply ol eonvevsnce; and 2 Zn l Tl,Tl ' 1
nJinfl over our land and bverfgatin. every deUd ol our proposition. Alter i thorough ZJTi
.njle in our printed Lteratur, every douar you fa wiD le pIpTySlS W
Munger Securities; Company
Incorporated Under Ihe Laws ol the State of Missouri.' ' '
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. 1325,000.00. -', . -K
0 ! Children Cry
The Kind ton Have Always
f:11 years, nas oorneine slsmatnre 01
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J . . - turn
rwf 44. rwfCMMi A lints1 nn nni frniaiulp., wi.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " ar bnt '
Lxperimcnts that trifle with and endanger the health bt -
Infants and CMldrtn Experience against Experiment.
; What is CASTORIA '
JistorU Is a rimless sn'bstitut for Castor Oil, 'Pare-'
. ffoMc, Props and Soothing Syrups. It is Moasanti It
contains neither Opium, Morphine $or otlicr Tarcotio '
scbsttne. Its age is it guarantee. It destroys Worms .
and aUay Fcverishness: Tor more than thirty years it "
as been constant use for the relief of Constipation, .
Jlafcilency, Wind CoUc, aU Teething Troubles and .
viarrnocai ii fegulatfcj the Stomach and Bowels,
" ' t Si811368 flie FotJl Sff healthy and natural aleep! ' .
,The ChliOren's i?anacea The Jlother's Friend, . .
GETJUINE QASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years. .
uuc A.01 Laaies' I
(o $150 Shoes lor
ni.:.... n i . n .
T U Ut ndUunc un!cd Uo . U ihe center o!
ol our company.
AND ORCHARD STOCK
THE BEST SAVINGS'. HANK
. ux ua" U1 iailu iron w
Me 0rchar.d Cmpfy stoc ior
Nocommiss on. No Chafirps nf
Ma WnUe "l WOrK 1 he.Uzel,e 0,,ice-'
WE WILL LOAN MONEY
SICK OR OUT OF EMPLOYMENT ' ' '
PERFECT TITLE .
Bought, and which has been
uits uccu maae nnapr ni rwts.
snpervislon since Its Infant.
Better Men's Shoes J
$2i0, $3.00 and $350
lK tKriving pro',
F , f ' rLrlL.:.
-- vu. wuwpce,
if Sale, tobefJivided intoBOOO
T? Qlv,u.e? mi0
acres, three town bts and 300
' W HT W'lm
Mr-A3,0,(1 PcKased one o our con-
r . .
, wii, miouuiu