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Stafford 3t Loo Oauttnd wife, o( Ford county, , spentChrUtma' iere with relatives. St. John New. , - :' ' ' Good Alfalfa bay for tale, $T to 8 a ton. Phone 366. ( ME3. A. M. Atkm. 3t MliiLenore Harbst, of Dodge City, spent part of the holidays with Miss Nell . Parker at Kinsley. --, Mrs. J. J, Wortman who has been siok si ace last September and who was very sick recently, has been Improvlug for the past week. . ; . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leavitt entertained Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Martin and Mr. and .Mrs. John Martin at six o'olock dinner 2?ew Year's day. The following were guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. bpiers at dinner New Year's day : Messrs. - and Mesdatnes W. H. Treston, P. P. Ragland, Geo. Martin andPJB, Hobble. At Fort Dodge last Sunday afternoon the aodlence which gathered la the ouap el to bear Mr. Sorey was so large that ehalishad to be brought In from otbor buildings, Plneuls for the Kidneys are little golden globules which act directly on the kidneys, A trial will convince you of quiok results for Backache Rheumatism, Lumbago and tired woroout feeling, 30 days' trial $1.00. They purify the blood. Sold by Palace Drag Store. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogart and children, of Hutchinson, have been spending the part two weeks here and at Dodge City visiting with relatives and friends. Spearvllle News. Hedge Post , LOST Gold e tone cuff button, ward if returned to this office P.O. Box 463 f Re- or to 3t Personal experience with a tube of Man Zan Pile Remedy will convince you it Is immediate relief for all forms of Piles. Guaranteed 60c Snld by Palace Drag Stoic, ' 'I At the Christian oharoh last Sunday nlgbt every available seat was used. Tbe house was crowded to Us utmost capacity, There was great Interest In tbe meeting. 81x were added to tbe mem bership of tbe church during the day. There is nojeasejon record of a coogb, cold or la grippe developing Into pnen- monla after Foley's Honey and Tar has been taken, as It cures the most obstinate deep seated oougbs and colds. Why take anything else. The Palace Drug Co. Tbe Farmer's Elevator & Supply Co. will pay tbe highest market price for corn, oats, kafflr corn and sorebum seed. tf Tbe Christian Church has ordered one hundred new song books. They secured tbe revised edition of tbe same book that baa been In use there wblcb will give them one of the best books every publish ed. . : . - If you will take Foley's Orlno Laxa tive until tbe bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives cou- slantly, as Foley's Orlno Laxative positively cures chronlo conHtlpation and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take. Tte Palace Drug Store. , Colds contracted at this season of the year are quickly relieved with Bees Lax ative Couvh Syrup. Its laxative quality rids tbe system of the celd. Pleasant to take. Best for children for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Sold by Palace Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. John Sugbrue wh were married in the eaatlast month, arrived In Dodge City yesterday. They will make thel" borne on tbe Sugbrue rancb in Pleasant Valley. Mr. Sugbrue savs that be saw a copy of the Globe-Republican each week that he was In the east. He visited in two different localities and In both places It happened that some one near by waa taking this paper. Knowing that he was from Dodge City It was handed to him each week so that be kept well posted ou'affalrs at home Hedge Post ; . ill of the K. U. students from here have now returned. Tbey are, Misses Lenore Carson , and Graoe Gwinner, Messrs. Herbert Arpabrlgbr, Spencer Balrd, Edmund Rhodes and Carol Lord. Miss Gladys Jonee, Pau' Russell and Roy Bainbrldge have returned to schools at Emporia, Whlttlaw Hubbard will not go baok. , Clarenoe Nevlos of Fold is attending the agricultural college and Clarence Aten Is enrolled at Wash burn Miss DeEtte Uelgbard is taking a course In Klndergarden work in Chicago Woods 1 -Medioloe Id liquid form regulates the liver relieves sick headaobe constipation stomach, kidney disorders and acts u a gentle laxative. For chilli fever au malaria. Its toolo effects m tbe sys'em felt wltb tbi first dose. Tbe s)l 00 bottle co ntalns 2 times as much as the 50o size. Sold by Palace Drugstore. . ,: Bowling Alleys Ready. n oik Is now completed on tbe new alleys and tbey are In fine shape. All those wishing to engnge in this healthful sport and those canog to look over our alleys are cordially welcomed. Thb Dodge Cm Bowling Alleys. Simple Remedy For a Grippe- Kicking la grippe cougns int may develop Into pneaoioola over nlgbt aie quickly cured by Foley's Honev and Tar Tbe s re n1 Inflamed lungs are beaird a'ds"engtbeoed,and a dangrous con dition la quickly averted. Tbe Pal de Drag Co. . 9 as are Hereaftei through an arrangement with the United Drug Co., this store will be known The Rexal Store. The Rexall Remedies known throughout the land as Remedies of merit, there is a Rexall Remedy for every 'ail- i ment, and every one is guaranteed fully to give ft satisfaction or money back. S) Cherry Juice Cough Syrup s n elegant Remedy ,; xor cnuaren, it is pleasant to take, and does the work, contains nothing injurious or harmful. Per Bottle 25c. Rexall Grlppl PillS 'or the releif of influenza and all its manifestations, as cold in the head;1 sneez ing, coughs, fever, headache etc., is a most - efficacious remedy. ; Per Dox25c. Rexall Catarrh Jelly will releive catarrh, cold in the ,,head and affections of the nasal passages so persistant at this season. Per Tube 25c. r 11 RATH Ct OAliUBRIDCE, CITY DHUC GT017S t. 9twW .jf- w f f fig I) -0W 4 Seniltlveneaa of Earth. The Invention of the seismograph for the study of earthquakes has led to tbe discovery of the surprising sen sitiveness of the crust of the globe to forces that might have been thought tod Insignificant to cause distortion Among these forces la the alteration In the pressure of the atmosphere dur ing the passage of storms, causing a perceptible tilting of large areas of ground. Prof. Amorl of Japan declares that a storm which passed over the aea east of Tokyo recently caused tbe bordering land to tilt downward, not withstanding the fact that ' the aea rises with release of atmospheric pres sure, and the accumulation of water more than sufficed to counterbalance the decrease in weight of the air. The Po aa a Newspaper Reader. Pope Plus is a firm believer In newspaper reading. lHs favorites are two provincial sheets, Venice Dlfesa and VIcenza Verlco. The latter pa per he has read nearly all his life. When he became patriarch of Venice he happened to make the acquaintance of the editor of Dlfesa, then a strug gling daily. The editor's views pleased his eminence, and hearing of tbe edit or's high character, he offered him his all Tbe patriarch's liberality and active support soon gave the Dlfesa a vary wide circulation, and it la now ao profitable that It la regarded aa one of tbe moat solid Institutions of the great city. ' The low prices we this stock where it "We find that we will not get i; to our new place of business as soon as expected and that we have a much larger furniture stock than we care to move. have been making to help put good people of this community will continue. v Fact is, you can get most anything you may wisX Ul the furniture lirtP at nrartira11v rnnr nvn nr!i - pHvWiuHj J V LA. VII4I 41V. j Right now is tfhe time to buy furniture. Just eume'' in and let us surprise. you hw cheaply you -can buy. The Home Furnishing Co. ' n TWO FAULTS COULD BE CURED. Prospective Husband and Wife Full of 'Confidence. Both An Irish boy marries when he has a rid house, and an Irish girl Just when she pleases, says Seumas MacManus, In Lippincott's. Sometimes she ao pleases while yet her years are few; at other times she Is content to wait upon wisdom. In the latter case, of course, she makes a wise choice; but In the former almost always a lucky one for luck of the Irish. Tou're too young to marry yet, Mary," the mother satd, when Mary pleaded that she should grant Laurence O'Mahony a particular boon. "If you only have patience, mother, HI cure meself of that fault," was Mary's reply. 1 "And she's never been used to work, Laurence," the mother said to the suitor, dlscouraglngly. 'If you only have paUence, ma'am," was Laurence's reply to this, 'Til cure her of that fault" And he did, too. TERRIBLE MARINE EARTHQUAKE. Cape Horn Phenomenon Kills Thou sands of Big Fish. Extend 8lberlan Road. A great extension of the Siberian railroad is proposed along the River Amur, and as it has met with hearty approval on the part of the present ministry, It Is likely to be constructed. It will open up 40,000,000 acres of corn !a4. The Result of Association, t "That young man who comes to see you, Maud, has such an explosive man, ner." . ;. , ; : v "Ton must remember, mother, that his father waa In the fireworks busi ness." . Albanian Customs. Some strange customs exist In Al bania. To compliment an unmarried woman, for instance, Is provocation for death. A bloody enemy Is under amnesty while in the company of a woman. A woman may' shoot a fiance who breaks his betrothal or call upon the young man's father to kill blm. If a man commits murder, and, flying for his life, enters the house of another, friend or foe, he is safe. This 'g the case, even if he takes refuge in the house of a brother of the man be has slain. He may not remain there for ever; but for three days he can live on the best thtt the house provides. When that time is up, he is shown on his way. Twenty-four hours la given him to make his escape; after that tie amnesty is over and the blood feud begins. The Balkan Trail. The Knowing Child. "Pa, when are yon going to take me to the parkf v, ?;.v..c ' "Walt until the cool of the evening, my son.", ; : .' "But, pa, 'spose there ain't any?" A Long Time Between Shaves. "It must he more than a week since shaved you last, sah," said the bar' bet as he looked down at his patron's bristling chin. "Yes," replied the patron, dryly "I've been growing a new skin." A sailing ship rounding Cape Horn was caught In a dead calm, something almost unprecedented In that stormy latitude. The sky was filmed with a light haze and the sea fiat and lead- colored. About ten o'clock on the morning of the second day the ship began to shake violently, the masts Whfnneri And hont Jlko flahnnlML anil is the guardian angel i Am-vttin mmniii. tuw .. hain came down with a clatter. It was like striking a rock, only the shock was less pronounced at first, but In creased In violence during the 30 seconds It lasted. The sea heaved In oily swells with a strange hoarse murmur, and It continued to be agi tated after the tremors ceased. Half an hour later fish by the thou sands began to rise to the surface, un til It was covered with them. Forty seven whales were counted, many cowflsh, fully eight feet across, sharks without number and seals by the hun dreds. They were evidently stunned with the force of some terrific marine upheaval, and when struck with a pole by one of the sailors showed only faint signs of life. In 20 minutes after the first fish arose to the sur face they began to drop out of Bight like pieces of lead. Whether they were stunned, and, on recovering, Im mediately dove beneath the waves In a panic, seeking safety In the depths, or whether they died from the shock, and, Instead of floating as dead fish do, were drawn under by some sub marine whirlpool, were scientific ques tions too deep for the skipper, but half a dozen of the sma3r fish hauled aboard by the cook for dinner were quite dead when examined. The calm continued 24 hours longer before the ocean resumed Its usual aspect and a wind from the southeast permitted the ship to conUnue Us course. The Key to Domeatlc Peace. "Tell me, do you love mef A tense silence followed the passion aie woras. i ne woman bent toward mm with band pressed to her bosom Her very life seemed to hang upoa the answer. , - At last he spoke: "Yes, I love you!" And earnestness calculated to dlspe) all haunting doubts was In his answer, the same be had Riven her every day of their 40 years of married life. Foi It Is the nature of woman to keep oo asking. ; few. To Avoid Taking Cold. Persons who take cold easily . enn greatly strengthen the entire respira tory tract by bathing the chest and neck morning and night with cold salt water; by "drawing" the salt water Into the noBtrlls and expelling it from the mouth, and by taking deep inhala tions of fresh air before an open win dow, expanding the chest and holding the air as long as possible, then slowly exhaling it Do this morning and night for ten. minutes, and all tendency to (olds , will . vanish; besides you will notice a tremendous improvement In yOjUr health and appearance, mmmmmmammar' 'V- ggrS8ga Pneumonia Ia the Aged. The melancholy death of Sen. Wheeler poves the almost Inevitable ending of such cases. So true Is this that it Is a medical aphorism that "pneumonia Is tho best friend of the aged," taasmncb as It saves then froin much of other waiting troubles. It was well said by bis physiclansj&at If he were younger the favorable drisla might have been reached. Instead however, the disease progressed la spite of the most skillful treatment and release came only with death. Fof- i?wng the rule It was a foregone con clusion. The only hope was in count ing on some reserved vitality which- at that sge could not reanonably be expected. Aa vsual, the final seen ' was a peaceful and painless one. Vew York Herald. While there Is some Question bont the advisability of using it the stains "Not Reread" la frequently seen oa the letters of the man who signs the man. This shifts the responsibility ot error on to the operator, whether to blame or not, and Is also-likely to leave the Impression that the house- ' has a heavy correspondence. It Is sign of shlftlestness rather than an Indication of extensive business, and should be discouraged. The head ot the business concern who counten ances the practice misses the mark It he thinks It Is a stamp of magnitude- even If he does a large amount of busi ness, and we would suggest that more help be employed If the present force does not permit of rereading the lev ters after they come from the type writer. Typewriter Topics. Curious Agricultural Industry. A. curious agricultural industry h mlng profitably carried on . at Yare lales, near Meaux, Frarice, where sor el Is preserved and put up in tins or ;nall casks, and exported to all partem the world,"" for use as a cullnary snd table accessory. This Industry vas started at Varedales In the year I860, but it still remains practically uuknown to the world at large, r requires -a nioUve power of about ight horsepower while a quantity cf iteam (representing seventeen horse power) i also used for boiling and: cooking purposes. Sorrel can only he arown four years In succession npoa the same land, which must then b nut under other crops for ebou. welve years. Train of Canned Peas. The first solid train cf canned cr-. ever shipped from an Amerloo. r -v" ntng factory wont out frwa a est' -eompany-a p?ant .t Lc-jxrt, C:J fc V s.-.