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PUBLI8HFD BY Tie Globe-IcpaWlcai Printing Copiay W. I. PATIS, fMsUsat ' J W mil. BMTtMn Ml IHUW. En tared u the PoitofflM at Dodge City, Iimm, lor transmission through the mall second-class matter. 03E DOLLAR TEAR I3T ADTANCI OFFICIAL COUNTY and C1TT PAPER THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909 LOCAL NEWS .neuge x uei. All klndi of out meats at Sturgeon Brothers. It Nearly all of the stores are busy Invoic ing this week. All kind of not Beats at Sturgeon Bros. It Mrs. F. W. Imboden bas been quite 111 for several days. Twelve dwellings in Dodge City for sale. L.it. Smith. tf Jilts Alice Davis has taken a position at the telephone office. Good Alfalfa bay for gale, fT to 8 a ton. Phone 355, Mrs. A. M. Aten. 3c Bert Zimmerman is working in Kolley 's barber shop this week. All kinds of nut meats at Sturgeon Bros. FOR SALE Five room bouse, good location. Easy terms. Inquire of C. D. Beetb. Don't forget tbe new bowling alleys. Some fine scotes being made on them. Try your luck. It LOST Uddstone cuff button. Re ward if returned to this office or to P. 0. Box 463. 3t Tbe report from I. M. Stone this morn ing Is far from hopeful. His condition was very critical. You don't have to be an expert bowler to enjoy tbe game. It only takes a few games to get your band in. It Geo. Finnup, of Garden City, was here today looking over some Investments In Ford county lands. WANTED A lady to take charge of business in Dodge City. Address Box 858,Dilya, Okla. 2t The Interest keeps up at the new bowl ing alleys. Lots of sore fingers last week, but most of tbem are 0. K. now. It Tbe Farmer's Elevator & Supply Co. will pay the highest market price for . ,. - i i curu, uaui, aauir euro auu lurgaum seed. tf J. B. Witberspoon who has been firing on local between Dodge City and Lamed baa been promoted to fireman of Nos. 7 and 8. Clarence SkDlington has returned from his visit in Kinsley and bas now taken up bis work at the Santa Fa freight office. Congressman If adison la taking a lead log part in tbe moovement in congress for a rbange In tbe rules wblah will give the speaker less power and tbe represent atvesmore liberties. Be is one of tbe committee working upon that particular atter. Hedge Post. , Mrs. Ed. Stubbs and Ted Stubbs left Wednesday night fr Covington, Ken tucky. Tbey will return to Dodge City later. Mrs. Stewart Young, who bas been here visiting ber mother Mrs. J. P. Griffin, left yesterday for ber borne in Wichita. Rev. Geo. A. Rlcker of Wlohita, preached at the Christian church last Sundsy evening. There waa a large crowd present. Mr. Eogllsb of tbe Real Estate firm of Hale A English left Monday night tor Nebraska on business, and will return tbe last ef tbe week. Lost between the Mayrath . School bouse and Ensign, front glass door to an Auto lamp, find'r please leave at Burnetts store. J. K. Sayre. It. Mrs. J. E. Dlllard, will leave this even ing for Wichita, where she will remain for about three months taking treatment for ear and throat trouble. - Tbe basket ball game sttbe rink last Monday night between the Sophmore boys and tbe Freibmen resulted In a score of 17 to 17 In favor of the former. Elmer Shoemaker of Spearvllle and Miss Alice D. Mason of Contlan, III., were married at 2:00 o'clock today by Rev. Imboden at the M. E. parsonage. Personal experience with a tube of Man Zan Pile Remedy will convince you It is Immediate relief for all forms of Plies. Guaranteed 50o. Sold by Palace Drug Store. Some of tbe members of tbe local gun club held a practice eboot at tbe park yesterday, and witnessed an exhibition by an expert from one of tbe ammunition houses. Roy Nicholas, formerly with the York Key store here, bas returned from New Mexico, wbere be bas been for the past year. Ha will mske bis home here for the present. N. B. Klalne and wife who are spend ing tbe winter at Sulphur, Oklahoma, a famous water and health resort, are said to be enjoying tbe climate and tbe water, and improving In health. W. E. BonnitMd and wife of Beloit, arrived bere last neck to nuke this place their home. Mr. Bonnlfield is an expert in laundry work and bas been employed by the Dodge City Steam laundry. The report comes from Topeka today that Repreientative W. A. Morgan of Hodgeman county, who is well known bere, was stricken with paralysis this morning, affecting bis left srm and side. Rev. Sorey's Sunday school class of boys will give a literary and musical entertainment at Fort Dodge tomerrow evening. Tbe boys are endeavoring to raise tbe money wbichtbey bave pledged on the new cburch. Mies Lena Sugbrue, daughter of Mrs. Pat Sugbrue of Ft. Dodge, was married bere yesterday to Mr. Frank Fortune also of Fort Dodge. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. W. Imboden of tbe Methodist cburcb. Tbere is no case on record of a congb, cold or la grippe developing Into pneu monia after Foley's Honey and Tar bas been taken, as It cures tbe most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds. Why take anything else. Tbe Palace Drug Co. 0. T. Downey, a brother In-law of D. J. Phillips of tbe York-Key store, Is bere from Indiana for a short visit Mr. Downey Is a merchant and Is taking a vacation, and at the same time expecting to make some investments In this country in land. : Hedge Post. , ' If you will take Foley's Orlno Laxa tive until tbe bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives con stantly, as Foley's Orlno Laxative positively oures chronic constipation and sluggish liver. Pleasant to take. Tbe Palace Drug Store. Wlnfred Jsoobs' fsotory for making steel header barges, Is to be built at once at Hutchinson. Tbe company Is com pleted, tbe officers elected, the money raised and everything In readiness for business, but tbe completion of the plant which will take about a month. Golds contracted at this season of the year are quickly relieved with Bees Lax ative Cough Syrup. Its laxative quality rids tbe system of tbe celd. Pleasant to take. Best for children for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Sold by Palace Drug Store. Mayor Reeves states that tbere Is an old ordinance on the olty records, order ing the streets named and the bouses numbered, and that the matter Is In the bands of a committee whloh is authorized to let the contract for Ibis work. Tbe numbers, however, do not seem to go up. Pineuls for tbe Kidneys are little golden globules which act directly on tbe kidneys, A trial will convince you of quick results for Backache Rheumatism, Lumbago and tired wornout feeling, 30 days' trial $1.00. Tbey purify tbe blood. Sold by Palace Drug Store. Mr. Ktogsley, who brought tbe machinery bere and did the work on tbe prospect well, was bere this week, and disposed of his interest In tbe machinery. Tbe prospecting Is over for the present, but may be resumed later. All of tbe necessary machinery Is bere now for drilling a deep well. J. A. Henry and wife of this city, who have been visiting relatives in Salt Lake City, left that point a few days ago for San Francisco, but were compelled to return to Salt Lake City on account of a severe snowstorm wbloh delayed traffic. In a letter received bere la'ely, it was learned that Mrs. Henry bas been 111. Woods Liver Medicine in liquid form regulates tbe liver relieves sick headache constipation stomach, kidney disorders and acts as a gentle laxative. For chills Teyer and malaria. Its tonic effects on tbe system felt with ths first dose. Tbe 91.00 bottle eo ntaine 2J times as much as tbe 50c size. Sold by Palace Drugstore. A few cases of diptherla bave been re ported in town duilng tbe past month Tbe little daughter of Frank Misner, Gertrude, is tbe latest cafe reported. It Is a matter which calls for vigilance on the part of tbe health officers and tbe board of education. It is boped that with care diptberia will not get a start in the schools, The Lincoln Carter "A Good Woman Will Win" show at tbe opera bouse last nlgbt bad a fair audience and seemed to please the people. Tbere was a mind reader speciality by which a number of the citizens learned some Interesting things. According to the information given in this stunt, tbere will be a new opera house built bere within two years When Roosevelt recently let fall bis gentle benediction upon Congress, and some of the members were showing their teeth and snapping at tbe big stick, J. D. Brown got nervous and wrote Congress man Madison, requesting to know where tbe Representative from the Seventh District "was at". He received the reply from Congressman Madison that be bad been one of tbe thirty that voted against any reflection on Roosevelt. MAKES A FLOATING COMPA88. IOC emoval JSqIo n n pJPyJLI d d a n a i u n m DC 8 "We find that we will net get into our new place of business as soon as expected, and that we have a much larger furniture stock than we care to move. The low prices we have been making to help put this stock where it belongs in the homes of the good people of this community will continue. Fact is, you can get most anything you may wish in the furniture line at practically . your own price. Right now is the time to buy furniture. Just come in and let us surprise you how cheaply you can buy. ! The ffiome.Fwnishing Co. "ZD CH n Peculiarity of Magnetized Needle When Placed In Water. If a thoroughly dry and, clean sew ing needle is very carefiilly laid on the surface of the water In a basin the needle will float In spite of the high density, of steel seven dr eight times that of water. On close inspection it Is found that the surface of the water Is depressed under the needle, very much aa if there were a thin film atretched over the water, and slightly Indented by the weight of the needle. This property of liquids, of offering a certain assist ance to a force exerted upon their sur face, la termed "surface extension." The magnitude of the force of surface tension varies from one liquid to an other. It is greatest in the case of mercury. The cause of the phenome non must probably be looked for in the attraction of the liquid molecules to one another. A sewing needle, thus floating upon water, may be used aa a compass, if it has previously been magnetized. It will then point north and south, and will maintain thia po sition If the containing vessel is moved about: If the needle Is dis placed by force It will return to 1U position along the magnetio meridian as soon as the restraint is removed. CURRENCY OF FUR8 AND 8KIN8. Ceans Primitive Mods of Exchange That Pro- vailed tnJEarly Daya. In the early days of the United States furs and skins were very gen erally transferred from hand to hand as money. Thus, in the northern states, a pound of beaver was regard ed as the unit of value, and In the south the same weight of deerskin performed a similar function. In the far west furs retained a currency val ue until quite a recent date. But, aft er all, as a bale of skins was rather a bulky roll of money to carry about, It was customary to cut off small strips as tokens of ownership and pass them from hand to hand, while the skins were deposited in recognized places of security. Proof of rightful ownership was demonstrated when the strip was fitted to the part from which it had been detached. Trickery in substitut ing another skm was not so easy as might be imagined, because it seldom happened that two skins would prove so exactly similar in shade and length of fur where the strip was cut off aa to deceive even the eye of a novice. Chess and Checks. Chess was originally the game of kings, the game of shahs. The word "shah" became In old French "eschac," while the old French "eschecs" was further corrupted into "chess." The more original form chec has likewise been preserved, though we little think of It when we draw a cheque, or when we suffer a check, or when wo speak of the chancellor of the ex chequer. The great object of the chess player is to protect the king, and when the king is in danger the op ponent is obliged to say "check," 1. e., shah, the king. After this the various meanings of check, cheque, or ex chequer become easily intelligible. Ex chequer, or scaccarlum, the name of the chess board, was afterward used for the checkered cloth on which ac counts were calculated by means of counters. The Right Sort of Wife. An Atchison man recently refused a proposal of marriage. "I like you," he said to the girl, "but you bave too many friends. There would be too many at our wedding, for you would be afraid not to invite them all, and your many friends wouldn't be satis fled unless they made fools of us by playing aome kind of crazy pranks on us when we started on our wedding Journey. You have so many friends that we would get all kinds of wed ding presents that we don't want, and would be kept poor In future trying to pay back when the donors got mar ried. You are nice, and I like you, but what I am looking for In a wife la a woman who is friendless." Atchison Globe. I ! A Lost Bet An Irish waiter named Kenny was noted for his wit and ready answers. A party of gentlemen who were stay ing at the hotel heard of Kenny's wit, and one of them made a bet that ha would aay something Kenny couldn't answer at once. A bottle of champagne waa ordered; tbe one who had made the bet took hold of the bottle and commenced to open It Tbe cork came out with a "bang," and flew Into Kenny's mouth. "Ah," he said, "that la not the way to Cork!" Kenny took the cork out of hit mouth and replied: "No. but it's the way to 'Kill-Kenny.'" Ideas. , Ha Said It "Horace," remarked Mrs. Flgtree, "we are going to have company at din ner, and I do wish yon would brighten up and look lesa like an honorary pall bearer. Say something humorous." The company came, and, with a few preliminary cough and winks, which were Intended to announce to hit wife that the witticism waa about to be perpetrated, Mr. Flgtree said, timidly, "Mary." "Yea, dear, what la It?" asked lira. Flgtree, graciously. ' , "Have you got all of your hair ea this evening?" Judge. Not Har Goal. "Did you see where a man sued far divorce from his wife because she waa a baseball player 7" "Probably be did it because she didn't make enough home runs. V . A Washing Powder without either soap or lye. New, isn't it? Makes no suds. Does not burn. Ash your State Agricultural College about it. THEY USE IT IN THE DAIRY. Don't wait. Try it. I it I j ' Special low prices on Rochester Nickel J Plate, , Copper Chafing Dishes, New "y- ft Q Drip Coffee Pots, to elean the stock up, ' Q I J. S. MSI I 8 SUCCESSOR TO THE ZIMMERMANN b V HARDWARE & MANUFACTURING CO. fi Another Wonder for the home is the WONDER WASHER. A time saver, life saver. Its the neatest, quietest, quickest, simplest, most durable will wash anything from one single cambrich handkerchief to six yards oj carpet. It will do more work with less work, than any other washer 0C On Kansas City, Mo. (Q Qfl ODiOU and Return OOiOU Account Lmbermen's Convention Tickets on Sale January 22nd to 28th inclusive. ' Final Return limit v ebnury 1st $24.00 Chicago, 111., and Return $24,0f Account Spring Merchants Meeting: On Certificate Plan, January 30th to February 7th. February I3th to 2 1st Also rates to Kansas City and bt. Louis. BS The Only B EH WAY ai I1e HOmeSOekerS Rates! To the West, Southwest, North west, and Southeast. Fare : One and a half plus $2.00 for the round trip. Tickets "on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month. Limit 25, days. Liberal Side Trips and Stopovers. Winter TOUrlSt Rates: Points, in Alabama, Cuba, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mexico, Mississippi, New Mexico, South Carolina and Texas. Tickets on sale daily Final limit of June 1st. Liberal stopovers. SEE US BEFORE TAKING THAT TRIP Best Service to California, Four Trains Daily, Two to Colorado 1 For information concerning Connections, Routes or Fares. Inquire at Ticket Office. OR PHONE 125 R. D. RHODES, Agt. DODGE CITY, KANS. Simple Remedy For . a Grippe. Racking la grippe cougbs tbat may develop into pneumonia over nlgbt are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. Tne sore and Inflamed lungs are besled and strengthened, and a dangerous con ditlon Is quickly averted. Tbe Palace Drug Oo. CASTOR I A For infanta And Children. Bi KfeiYea to A!wajs losgfct Bears the Signature of Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take Tht new laxative. Does cot gripe or nauseate. Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action of the stoxn ach, liver and bowels. Refuse (substitutes, Frlos 60a Tom Leavitt, tbe former U. S. Recruit log officer bere, will take a position in tbe Santa Fe offices bere beginning Bun-1 day. fci4 60 YEARS' V EXPERIENCE vl UHQM Anyone wiidliitf nnkirh and description mat MUIGKIT iwcwiiiui. .Mir ' -hv.. Intention is .nihllr ri?"tttl'l9..j;onimnr.lfi. , tloinntrlotljoonflilemlVl. HANDBOOK onPaUinU lent Im, OIlit lienor for lecurlncpatonu. Pntantf takeu thmiiKli Miinn A Co. rwlr tptcUU notkt, without eburve. In tb Scientific American. A hMiiUomeljr IlliinlniCed weekly. Tjuwt off. dilation of nr wlantllo loiirnl. Trn, S8 Sir, fnnr moiitUi, SL Sola brail nawwlealere. UNN&Co.8614" New York BrMioh omo.S F . Wahlxwl. D.C. First published December 31,1908. ; ADMINISTRATOR'S KOTIOB. The State of Kansas Ford County J In the probate Court In and for sail county. ' Motloe Is hereby given, that letter of ad ministration on th sstate of Emanuel KtMl deceased, were granted the undersigned, on the suth day of December 1908, by the Probate Court of Ford county, Kansas', Now, all per sons having olaimt against tbe said estate are hereby notified that they must present the same to the undersigned for allowance, within one year from the date of said letters, or tbey may be precluded from any benttllt of such Kstate ; and that If tuob claims be not exhibited within three years after the dnt of said letters, they shall be forever barred. Eliza Kibski,, Administratrix. Administrator of the Kstate of fiuinmiitt Klseel, deceased.