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The Globe-Republican PUBLISHED BT lie Globe-Republican Printing Company W. & D1TI8, PrMMtit t W I TUB, Stertttr- m bum, SVEntered at the Poitofflce at Dodge City luuu, tor transmission through the mall M seeond-elass m alter, SE D0LL1B TEAR IS ADTANCE OFFICIAL COUNTY aid CUT PAPER THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909 FORD ITEMS. Jobn SI mi bag Robert Jones. sold bli property to Bellfont w Mr. Burnbam from new In town Tuesday. Mr. Oblnlon from Rozelle was trans acting business In Ford Tuesday. Hiss Inea Balfour oame up from Buck iln to spend Sunday withber parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Loaker were hopping In Dodge City last Thursday. Josepb Worker bas been In Buoklln i few days attending; meetings held by Key Allison. Mrs. Maggie McKaln Is oonteinplatlnjr. putting up a store bnlldlng for rent soutb of J. C. Lyon's store. Myron Smltb has been sick several days. Denver Ilollopeter bas been look. Ing alter the lumber yard. William Wiley bas returned from trio to Iowa where he bag been for aeveral months vlaitlng relatives. E. 0. Snook left Tuesday for Lakin where he will be married on Wednesday to Miss Clara Campbell of tbat place. Mr. and Mrs. Cha?. Patterson, Mrs. J. M. Meador. Mrs. August Snook and Bob Campbell were Dodge City visitors Tues day. E. B. Wilson and bis son Eufus, have purchased one half section of land near the Fonda bridze of P. H. Young from Dodge City. Miss Kate Bird whose genial and pleasant manner and prompt service bas won for her manv friends while in the telephone office Is taking a vacation Bob Campbell is one of tbe up-to-date farmers. He has recently put gasoline lights in his home. Many farmers are now eniovine tbe cheerfulness of these lights. - K. E. Bisbee bas tradtd his town property to Tom Patterson on a land deal west of Ford. Mr. Patterson will move to town and send bis children to school. Mrs. Mary Crawford met with i serious and painful accident last Wednes day evening. She fell from a chair and Iniured ber biD in such a manner tbat she is confined to ber bed under tbe care of a professional nurse from Hutchinson It is boped Mrs. Crawford will speedily recover and not be laid up long Simple Remedy for . a Grippe. Backing la grippe cougbs tbat may develop into pneemonla over night are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. Tne sore and Inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened, and a dangeroui con dition Is quickly averted. The Palace Drag Co. 6UCKLIN BREEZES. A. W. Ouerln and wife left Sunday for their home at Bonner Springs, Kansas. Mrs. M. A. Culver and daughter Lillie, returned from Kansas City, Mo., Sunday night. This spell of frosty weather baa Just about put tbe festive automobile out of ommlasion, for tbe time being. D, W. Haynes bas rented tbe 0. W. Sbldler house aud will movt his family here about the first of February. G. H. Christopher, since selling bis lumber business in Buoklln, Is increasing bis stock at Klngsdown and will conduct lumber and hardware buslnesa at that place. The Bucklin Lumber Company baa sold its .lumber yards and site bere to a stock company, composed of Buoklln apltalists wtjo will carry on the business on large Very damp and foggy this morning, 1 think that the weather man has got kind of mixed In tbe weather be waits to give us, be changes tbe brand about twice In every twenty-four hours. JT, H. Brltenstins has bought tbe V. S' Smith meat market property on Main treet, he also bought the business, he took possession Sunday morning, be will eontinue the same business., tbat of sup plying the hungry with meats of all kinds for consideration, at tbe sime old stand from the dawn of day until bed time. Both the Globs-Rspubllcsn andftbe MInneola Becord have bad an attstk of nightmare, Judging from an article tbat glared in their columns recently, they g '.j w imagine that there are some people y..U:x la 1,19 counties in which tbey are I . . , ,1, that they want to form a new f gn ty go doing gel some benefit of the taxes that they are paying, they say that it would be robbery to do so; we think that tUey are afraid of loosing "the goose that lays tbe golden egg" tbat bis caused this dream. ! Keep cool, this un seemly exoltement Is bad for the bealtb. Married At tbe residence of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, E. King, a few miles east of Bucklin, Hoyt Taylor of Buoklln and Miss Opal King. The oeremony took plaoe at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, January 17th, 1909, at tbat hour, In tbe presence of a number of tbe relatives of tbe contracting parties, Bev C. E. Williams read tbe oeremony that made Hoyt Taylor and Opal King, man and wife; after the ceremony the bride and groom and the assembled guests par' took of a bounteous dinner, prepared for the occasion by the brides mother. On Monday evening the bridal party were entertained at dinner at the home of tbe grooms father, L. M. Taylor, In Bucklin Tbe bride received many beautiful and useful presents, but 1 failed to get a list of tbe presents and doners. These young people who have Just started on the mat' rlmonlal life, are both well known and highly respected In this community and have a large circle of friends here tbat wish them every suocess and happiness in their married life. Tbey will make their home In Busklin. QUEER NEST BUILT BY BIRDS. ITEMS FROM HOWELL. bis M. A. Ferrel spent Sunday with parents near Cimarron. Miss Bessie Anders visited ber parents a few days tbe past week, Mr. Wear and wife visited Frank Richards and family Sunday. LChas. Wright, Will Anders and "Albert Miller were in Dodge City Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Houser visited their son Jobn Houser and family Sunday. L. W. Gragg and wife, o Dodge City, visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Wright has been suffering with the rheumatism for eeyeral days. Mr. Bogers and wife and Mrs, Gragg spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Partridge, of Dodge City, were guests of Chas,,. Wright and family Sunday. Mr. Sample the day operator at this plaoe left tbe first of tbe week for Colo rado Springs on account of bis bealtb . Mr. Richards who recently sold bis farm to Mr. Coollge moved his family to Dodge City tbe first of tbe week. We regret to loose this estimable family. The residence of Mr. Hutchinson was destroyed by tire one night last week. The week before tbe residence of Mr. Minor was burned to tbe ground. This was a great loss to both parties. CHURCHES Methodist Church. Tbe regular services will be beld at tbe Methodist church next Sunday. Sunday scbooi at 9 :4t a, m. Preaching at 11:00 o'clock. Senior League at 6:30, and evening services at 7:30. Christian Science Services. Tbe Christian Scientists will bold services on each Sunday at 11:00 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Fred Patterson, on laird avenue, one block west and two north of the Carnegie library. Subject for next Sunday, "Truth." Catholic Church The services on next Sunday will be in charge of Father Mennls. Mass at 8 :30, High Mass at 10:30 and Benedlotlon at 7:30. Presbyterian Church Tbe regular services will be : Sunday school 9:45; Morning service, 11:00 a m. Junior Christian Endeavor 2:80; Men's olub, First and Third Hunday of every month at 3:30. Christian Endeavor, :30 p. m. Evening service 7.30. The week day meetings will be as follows: Missionary Society first Tues hJ of every month. Ladles Aid Society 00 p. m. on Wednesdays, Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 7:30. Strangers are cordially invited to these services. Rev. A. M. Bells, Pastor. Christian Church. Regular services next 8unday. Hunday school at 9 :45. Morning service 11:00. Christian Endeavor at 6 :80 and peach- ng at 7:30 Baptist Church Rev. J. D. Sprlngston of Ottawa, state Sunday school worker of tbe Baptist church will bare charge of the Sunday scbooi meeting next Sundar. There will be the nsual meetings In tbe morn ing and evening with a speolal meeting at 3:00 o'clock, all of which will be pre sided over by Rev. Sprlngstoo. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone inter ested In Sunday School wrk to attend these meetings. Oriole and His Mate Had Made Use of Post-Office Twine. "One of the oddest birds' nests 1 have seen In a long time was that of a Baltimore oriole and its male near a busy railroad station," said an en thusiastic amateur ornithologist, "The nest, which was constructed almost entirely of cotton twine, hung from a lower branch of a little maple tree over the Bteps leading to the station platform and within 20 feet of the rail road tracks, where about 60 trains pass a day. The bustle and roar didn't seem to bother tha birds a bit. "At this station the mail trains take the mall bags 'on the fly,' and on ac count of the suction they have to be tied to the iron arms of the mall cranes with light twine to prevent them from being blown off. When the bag is Jerked from the post or crane to the car, the twine breaks and falls to the ground, and it was these strands that the birds had gathered and woven Into a beautiful hanging nest. The station agent, who took great Interest In the orioles, told me they had been coming to that particu lar spot for three or four years, but that they did not build a new nest every season. He said when they did build a new nest It took the birds about a week to construct It, the male collecting the material and the female doing most of tbe weaving." FAILED TO APPRECIATE HONOR. Uncle FED AND FATTENED FOR TABLE. Hay for Sals. Alfalfa hay for sale, delivered on order B, J, Eahom, rhOPt 412, two ring!'', tf ..... Chinese Diplomat Talks About Edible Dogs and Rats. The Chinese diplomat regarded his grilled frogs' legs with faint disgust. 'I suppose-they are good," he fal tered. "It is hard, though, to conquer my repulsion. Yet they are clean- clean feeders, eh?" The American laughed long and loud. "You," he cried, "are repelled by frogs' legs, you who eat dogs and rats!" "Yes, but," said the Chinaman, "our edible dogs and rats are the cleanest feeders imaginable. They are equal to celery-fed duck or California peach fed hog. They are confined In runs, you know, and, to make their flesh white and delicate, they are fed on mushes of bread and milk and vege tables. No meat whatever. "You Americans think It disgusting to eat rata and dogs because you im agine them fattening on carrion and offal. But these frogs here No, I'm afraid I can't They may have fed on some tramp suicide for all I know." He pushed back his plate and waited for the next course. The First New Woman. In the club at tea time an old new woman, lighting a cigarette, said: "We new women are really not so new as we think we are. In the thir teenth century there were lots of us. Can anything 700 years old be new? The University of Bologna had for pro fessor of Jurisprudence Movella d'An drla. She was no more new than beautiful her charms were so over powering that the trustees made her lecture behind a curtain. When she lectured openly the students, their minds wholly occupied with her beauty, ould not attend to what she said. Madonna Manzolina was pro fessor of anatomy, Matilda Trombonl taught languages, and Marie Magnesl held the chair of mathematics. This university was by no means a second rate one. On the contrary, it was per haps the leading university of Europe. It had 10,000 students." Take a Pleasant Thought to Bed. Psychologists tell us that the men tal processes which are active on re tiring continue far Into the night. We have all dreamed of continufng an evening's experience during sleep, en Joying again the beautiful songs we have heard. This shows how Im portant it Is not to retire to rest in a fit of temper, or In an ugly, unpleasant mood. We should get ourselves Into mental harmony, should become se rene and quiet before retiring, and, if possible, lie down with a smile on the face no matter how long it takes to secure this condition. Never retire with a frown on your brow; with a perplexed troubled, vexed expression. Smooth out the wrinkles; drive away all the enemies of your peace of mind, and never allow yourself to go to sleep with an unkind, critical, cruel, Jealous thought toward anyone. Success Magazine. The Failures. Keir Hardle, one of labor's ablest representatives in the British parlia ment, at a dinner of boilermakers in New York spoke of success. "Success, they tell us," he began, "comes from aiming high. I think it oftener comes from aiming low, from aiming within one's scope. "Suppose," for Instance, that the av erage reporter, aiming' high, devotes his life to the composition of Shake spearean tragedies or Mlltonlc epics do you think he would suoceed? Ah, no." Mr. Keir Hardle shook his head and smiled. "Let us then aim," he said, V what we stand some chance of hitting. It is they who strive to leave footprints In the sands of time who, alas, most fre quently get stuck In the mud." 8tumped. "A friend of mine has just been di vorced." "Well?" , "Which are proper, condolences or congratulations ?" Louisville Courier-Journal. Wlnfleld Played Still Thinks Mean Trick. Artist Uncle Wlnfleld, the worthy old Bex ton of the brick church on the corner, and one of tbe most amiable and lov able of men, came home from a stroll one day In a high state of pleasurable excitement. "A little while ago," he said, "a slim, long-haired fellow stopped me on the street, and asked me if I had any ob jection to his sketching me. He said he was an artist, and was illustrating a story for a pictorial publication, and my face had so much 'character in it tbat he'd like to make what he called a 'study' of It, and use It in the story. "I told him to go ahead. He opened up a little camp-stool, stuck up a three-cornered frame in front of him, put a sheet of cardboard on it, and In five minutes he made a picture that looked exactly like me. I saw It" "Did he try to get you to buy It?" asked Uncle Wlnfleld's wife, sus piciously. "No, no," he answered. "He thanked me, and more than tbat, he gave me a silver dollar. Said it was worth that to him. . Here's the dollar. It's the best pay I ever got for five minutes of my time." But his wife was still unconvinced. "It may be all right," she said, "but he'll come back at you In some way. Tou see If he doesn't." A few weeks later one ef his grand children came running Into the house in great glee, with a copy of an Illus trated magazine in her hand. "Grandpa," Bald the little girl, "I've found a picture of you in this maga zine I Here it Is. Look at al." He looked. It was one of the illus trations in a story of a pirate ship and he was the pirate captain. "H'mph!" ejaculated Uncle Wlnfleld, drawing a long breadth. "I think I'd like to meet that artist fellow again some day. I'd I'd give him back his dollar." Youth's Companion. MARKING THE SOUR MILK COW. Explanation the Woman New to Country Didn't Quite Believe, the The woman was new to the country and her host took great pains to ex plain to her whatever she didn't under stand about the farm. He had little regard for the trstb, this farmer, he delighted to test ler gullibility to the utmost. The cows seemed to Interest her more than any other domestlo animal. One of tbe cows had lost her tall somehow and this fact led the woman to ask why It was. "That's the sour milk cow," the farmer explained with a straight face. "We always cut the tall off one cow in the herd so as to get sour milk fresh every day." The woman looked bar doubt. "It's perfectly true," the farmer In sisted. "You see when the cow's tall is gone the sun shines continually on the cow's udder and the constant heat sours the milk." But the woman still doubted. (MM R,irin iWcflclahlcRciiarafionibrAs- simllatirig foeToodandBetfula- Hrlg V fltnmarh-, nnri BawpU nf skylit M.aimic Trjiote3TtsQon.Checrful ness and BesLContalns neither OnmmIorptiiru? nor frflfcrai 2OTNAIiCOTIC. aHtmtfountssNmaivssL ApefecHJemedy forConsBpev I don Sour Stomkh.Dlmhrjea, ,1, . I . ,.4. wvomsAiwuisioiB.revisnr oessandLoss OF SlZEB NEW "YORK. km i tXABf COPT OF VBAEFEB. For Infants and Children - The Kind You Havo Always Bough! Beam Signature the 4 Z.LL ft if' Af J. dsn liso For Over Thirty Years nil . TWt CMTMHI OtfMNT, NIW fM Off, The Early Military Band, A little more than 70 years ago there was no such thing as a brass band In existence. The very first band entire ly of brass dates, in fact, no farther back than 1835. Prior to that time even our military music was produced almost entirely from' instruments of wood, and as recently as 1783 a full regimental band consisted of two oboes, two clarinets, two horns and two bassoons. As showing the important part played by the "sounding brass" in our bands to-day It is sufficient to mention that in an up-to-date first-class band of, say, 42 pieces there would probably be found from eighteen to twenty horns, to saw nothing of saxophones, which are partly clarinet and partly horn., PIANOS and ORGANS We sell such makes as the Conover, Knaba, Bush & Certs, Kimbal, Benning, Kingsbury, Bailev and many other standard makes. All guaranteed for 10 years. We buy for cash and will positively save yon money. Don't be miss led by strangers but come in and investigate for yourself. All kinds of small instruments, sheet music and strings P, II, YOUNG'S MUSIC HOUSE GD"CARTS G0"GARTS 1 Small Change Wanted. The early Sunday morning passen ger on the surface car stood out on the rear platform and chatted with the conductor. "Are you always loaded with small change like that?" asked the E. P., as the conductor shifted a handful of dimes and nickels from one pocket to another, to keep himself from listing. "Not always," said the conductor, with a snort of disgust. "Only Sun day mornings. "Why Sundays? That is generally understood to be a day of rest." The conductor grinned. "Everybody wants small change for church," he explained, "especially the women." ' A Long Cable Line, Work Is at present in hand on the construction of what Is said to be the longest cable ropeway In the world. It is being constructed by a German Arm, and is Intended to connect the collieries of the Soclete de 1'Industrie Cbarbonnlere et Minlere de Turke stan, situated about 80 miles from Sa markand, Russian Turkestan, with the nearest railway station. Hitherto the coal has been transported by camels, the Journey, on account of the very hilly district, occupying five days. The new ropeway, which will be 64 miles long, Is Intended to carry from 8,000, 000 to 10,000,000 poods a year, and the trolleys, which will each hold 20 poods, will travel at a speed of six miles an hour. My Lady's Hair. Miss De Style (at music counter) Have you the "Rat Charmer of Hams llnr' , Unclasslc Saleslady You'll find her In the wig department, madam. Have You Seen the "Teddy" Go-Cart? It is handsome, strong, durable and light run ning. The best one motion collapsible Cart ever sold. We have a large stock of Go-Carts and Car riages, which we will sell at a price that will induce you to buy. Our Furniture Stock cannot be excelled in Ford county. We have the quality, and our prices reasonable. Come and look through our store be fore you buy elsewhere. . The City Furniture Store TRAYNOR & DAVIES We carry a large line of Caskets and Undertaking Goods. We have a Licensed Embalmer. Day Phone No, 7. Night Phone No. 194 will bring us. mm-mmmmmmmmmmmBn I urn. n tows It should be borne la mind that very eold weakens the lungs, low ers tht vitality and prepares the system for the more serious dis eases, among which art the two greatest destroyers of humaa Ufa, pneumonia ana oonturnptioa. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its greet popularity by its prompt cures of this most common ailment It aids expectoration, re lieves the hugs and opens the eeeretioas, effecting a speedy and permuent euro. It counteracts say tendency toward pneumonia. liua 3V bar go w)io tiHRES A COLD IN ONE DAY CUF.ES GRIP EN TWO DAYS mm THIS BIQlTATUBa . BUST APITEAJI XI EVCLV BOX OP'TKB'CCKI