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-1 "i i V 3 I' i z1 ! i ; ,1 V.-- .'"o .r": :y;VyV , ' ; ' II l r FORD COUNTY NORMAL bbrmitlpt Regarding Twenty Eight Annual SimIm ( Ferd Csunty Inttltuti. Thinking that it might be of inter est to the. teachers and friends . education, we take tail opportunity to say a word about the doming twentr-eiflht annual aeaaion of the Ford County Institute. 1 here is a growing sentiment in our state that the Normal Institute should not be considered a school where the teacher may go for a term of four weeks and cram for the mere purpose of taking the teachers' ex amination. In theory, at least, the institute should be a school methods where the teacher may learn now to put into practice the know ledge he already has. It is also true that four weeks is too short a time to master any of the heavy subjects and pass a satisfactory examination. Too often the effort results in embsrass ment to the emaminers and dis appointment to the teacher. There tore we would suggest to all teachers desiring to improve the grades on their present certificate to devote few minutes each day to review. To those who expect to take examina tion in new subjects, wa recommend that you apply yourself dilligently to those subjects, so the work at the Institute may be in the form of review. Classes will be organized to afford teachers the greatest measure of opportunity, though we do wish it to be understood that emphasis will be placed on method. It is a princi" pal well established that to be a successful teacher one must know, what to toacb, and how to teach. We hope to make the Institute supply both these wants. Believing the same principal holds good in employing instructers as in the employment of teachers, we have decided to retain Snpt S. V. Mallory, Prof. W. E. Eay and Prof. J. E. Coe as instructors. These men have been elected for their scholarship, high standing and recognized ability as educators. As they are well known to nearly all the teachers in the county they need no further intro duction. Earl Miller who is well known to the teachers for his genius and affa bility will be in charge of the music. With this splendid opportunity for advancement we feel that no teacher can afford to absent himself from the Institute on the ground that he has a certificate in force. We have found by consulting with school boards that most of them are willing to pay teachers wages commensurate with their ability to teach. Prepare your elf, prove your worth and you can command the wages. Uur next institute will be neia in Dodge City from June 7th to July 1st. Examination on Friday and Saturday, July 2nd and 3rd. We hope that every teacher in the county, and all those who expect to become teachers will begin to make preparation to attend the coming aesBion which we hope to make the most telling Institute ever held in our county for the teachers. ElCSAED BoDYIULD, Co. Supt. aREATIR LOVt HATH NO MAN." ALASKAN BIRDS IN CALIFORNIA. Clmmander Cravtn Ylsldtd Life That Pilot Might Be Saved. The nl her ant more valaable a life Ke more ready It Ja' to lay Itself at ' e service or others. It would soma times seem that the sac rifle were too Strange Vlsltora Brought to 8an Bar- nardlne by Big Storm At aa early hour this morning set sral flock of strange birds numbering thousands catae into the city on the wings of a big ram and wind storm, great, aa la the example Instanced by . and this morning the bodies1 of many Mr. Hutchinson la Ma ."Battle ef Mo bile Bay." Tet the very act of heroism impresses the merit of the whole chart actor with a dignity and worth which carries It far la Influence and rev ereaoe. During the battle a shot from the shore struck a cask torpedo and ex ploded it near the Teoumseh. A hole was torn In the bottom SO feet square, and the ram sank like a stone, turn ing over as It went down In eight fathoms of water. One hundred and ten men out of 120 were lost In an In stant Commander Craven, one of the most gallant officers of the service, was In the pilot-house with the pilot, close to the only opening in the vessel. There was only room for one man to pass, Craven felt himself grasped by the leg. It was the pilot "Let me gat out first, for God's sake, captain 1" he cried. "I have five little ohildren." The captala drew back. "Go on, sir," he said, and he went down with the ship, while the pilot was saved WORLD'S TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS. Proverbs of Many Natlona Show Love and Veneration. At a mothers meeting a young woman recounted with some pride a number of proverbs about mothers. " It Is easier for a poor mother to keep seven children than for seven children to keep a mother.' That sad and striking proverb," she said, "is from the Swiss. 1 A mother's love is new every day. He who will not mind his mother will some day have to mind the Jailer.' "Better lose a rich father than a poor mother.' 'A father's love is only knee-deep, but a mother's reaches to the heart.' Those splendid proverbs are all German. "The Hindoos say poetically, 'Moth er mine, ever mine, whether I be rich or poor.' The Venetians say, 'Mother! He who has one calls her; he who has none misses her.' "The Bohemians say, A mother's hand is soft even when it strikes.' "The Lithuanians say, 'Mother means martyr.' " PROPOSAL FOR BIDS U. S. Depatment of Agriculture, Office of the Secretary, Washington, D. C, Jan. 18tb, 1909. Sealed proposal! will be received by the Secretary of Agriculture until noon Tuesday. February 23, 1908, for the erection of a two story and cellar brick building for the Weather Bureau, U.S. Department of Agriculture, at Dodge City, Kansas, In accordance with plans and specifications which may be obtain ad from the Observer, Weather Bureau, Dodge City, Kansas, and at the office of (he Cblef of tbe Weather Bureau, Wash ington, D C. Bills must be sealed and Indorsed on envelope, Proposals for Weather Bureau Building, Dodge City Kansas," and addressed to the Cblef of the Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C, The department reserves tbe right to re ject any or all bids and to waive defects, should It be deemed In Its Interest to do 0. (Signed) M. W.HATS, Acting Secretary, A Bellgioas Author's Statement For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was Suddenly stricken with a severe pain Id my 'kidneys and was eonfioed to bed eight days unable to get op without assistance. My urine contained1 a thick Vitlte sediment and I passed same fre quently day and nlgbt. I commenced tiling Foley's Kidney Bemedy; , and the j.aln gradually abated and finally ceased end my nrlne became normal. I cheer fully recommend Foley's Kidney r..e5y. The Talace Drug Store, Politeness and the Clock, When a very polite woman has com pany she never looks at the clock. If by any means her eyes must wander to that side of the room she very carefully looks above the clock, or be low it, or to one side of It, but never is she guilty of the rudeness of look ing at the clock itself. When a guest looks at the clock and comments upon the lateness of the hour, then a hos tess may look at It, but she must Im mediately, In very polite and ladylike terms, insist that the clock lies; that It Is at least four hours too fast The clock Is an important factor in true politeness. Only by utterly Ignoring it when there is company can a woman become a perfect lady. Atchison Globe. of the fowl were' found lying : Inert la the downtown streets and ia the parks, ' says a Saa' Bernardino corre spondent of tt Satf JYancIsco Chron icle. The air was filled last night with cries of strange 'fowl which; attracted by the electrio lights,' roosted upon the Buildings or fell exhausted In the streets. Investigation , to-day showed mat many of the birds were of Alas, kan variety, and the only accounting ror tneir presence In this latitude Is that they were engaged in a long flight to the southern cones from their northern summer haunts and had been deterred from their, route by heavy winds and rains. The most noticeable birds were the northern phaiorpe and the night herons. The former birds are rarely seen outside of Alaska or In the far south. 8HOCKED IN HAUNTED CHAMBER Sleepers' Fright, However, Was Not Caused by Ghosts. , John Leech and a member of the Millais famMy once stayed a night at Cowdray hall, in England, where, many guests being present, the two friends had no alternative but to ac cept beds in an Isolated room sup posed to be haunted. In the middle of the night Mlllals awoke, believing that some giant was shaking him violently by tbe shoulder, This was supposed to be the favorite device of the ghost He rushed into a corridor and found Leech sitting there trembling and declaring that he would not for tbe world go back to his room. They spent the remainder of the night In the corridor, but In the mora lng said nothing of their experiences, in tne afternoon there arrived an evening paper telling of a violent earthquake in the locality. The earth quake was what the two visitors be lieved to be their ghost. "Navigates" His Farm. A story which almost parallels that told of Capt. Gray, the sailor-farmer of Toddy Pond, who is said to carry a compass on his plow to run the fur rows straight, comes from Cranberry isles. One sea captain, who enjoys the proud distinction of owning one of the very few horses on the island, got alarmed for fear that he would lose his bearings in the recent smoke, and on tbe veracious accounts of sober citizens took the binnacle from the vessel and strapped it alongside the seat of his wagon, fearing that the weather might become so thick that he would lose his bearings and have to navigate in what was worse than a fog. It is currently reported that he shouts at his team to turn to star board or port, instead of the more conventional landlubber terms usual ly employed. Kennebec (Me.) Journal. Women Growing Younger. No women need now regard herself as passee at 60. Ripened charms should be at their meridian. Society, so far from relegating her to the back ground, Ignores the flight of years in a belle of past conquests. In the words of a competent London observer, "there has been a complete disappear ance ef the middle-aged woman. The social world seems now to be made up of girls, young married woman and old ladies who are great-grandmothers. Every one has bright eyes, a flower face and a slender form, and every one is dressed to perfection, the same style suiting equally well the girl of 18 and her mother." Shifting the Blame. According to all accounts the Cam eron Highlanders militia are a line body of men physically. Not long ago four of them occupied tbe least crowd ed seat in a full compartment on a Scotland railway. Just as the train was moving off a diminutive little clergyman jumped into tbe compart ment, and tried to edge himself be tween two of the Highlanders. Not finding it very comfortable, he turned to the one on his right, and said: "Sit up, please. You know that according to act of parliament this Beat holds five." The Highlander looked at him for a moment and then replied: "That may be a' richt enough for your kind, sir, but shairly ye canna' blame me for no beln' constructed according to act of parliament!" TABLE DELICACIES JONES PUT UP A SUBSTITUTE. GOOD THINGS TO SET BEFORE U the family; Present Fancy Is for Jellies Some of - the Best Filling for Ples-Prunev . Pudding an Appetizing ' ' '! Dessert,-; - Everything' seems to be Jellied of late that was neyer so used before, such as cucumbers, mint, etc. Now it Is sweet pickle. ' This Is to be served with roast meats. Take good, sweet pickled1 peaches,'; pears, mangoes or melons. Gelatine 1b dissolved and hot pickle sirup added. When cooled the cut-up pickle Is put In, with some cut-up fresh orange and a few tea- spoonfuls of maraschino cherries, both fruit and sirup. Cool like any gelatine and serve with lamb or beef or poultry. Filling for Pies. Canned blueber ries, flavored with wine, may now be used for pies or tartlets. Pineapple makes nice filling, also, and a choco late cream uuing wun meringue in flaky pastry is another change. Peaches and peara canned, but not sweetened, make excellent salad with lettuce. Serve mayonnaise whitened with considerable whipped cream. A little orange and apricot may be used with the other two fruits, or a very firm not over-ripe banana. This Is suitable for a last course at lunch' eon instead of the customary dessert of pastry or sweets. Prune Pudding. A prune pudding, which is a favorite when once known, may be made from a cupful of prunes stewed soft, the beaten whites of six eggs, a half cupful of sugar and some vanilla. Stone and mash the cooked prunes and stir them Into the white of egg. Sift a half teaspoonful of cream of tartar Into the half cupful of sugar; add one teaspoonful of va nilla. Bake in a round earthen dish until firm. Serve at once with whipped cream. Do not jar this souf fle while baking, as itfte likely to falL It should be of a pale brown color. Dried Peaches. Dried peaches may be soaked in a sirup of sugar and water, and wine or brandy added, for compote without cooking. That is one expedient of light housekeeping. Of course, they must be devoid of skins. Dried peach pie should be made with care, else it is tough and bitter. Soak the peaches and stew gently. Throw away the water first used if it seems bitter, for both peaches and apricots are improved and made more delicate by this seeming waste. Add the liquid to the vinegar keg, If you have one. After the peaches are boiled and sifted add sugar and either a little fresh butter or some cream, about a half cupful for two medium-sized pies. little lemon rind or sherry are not amiss in dried peach pie. Canned apricots and peaches combined make nice pies, and plain canned apricots make a delicious dessert They may be used also for tartlets or for short cake In winter. On these use whipped cream and garnish with crystallized cherries if desired more fanciful. If at all unripe stew the apricots as If they were fresh fruit- Serve with fancy crackers or cake. And Incidentally Got Reputation as After-Dinner Speaker. - "If there' la one thing I hate," re marked Mr.' Jones, 'It Is after-dinner speeches. Well, once I found myself, at a big banquet, where I knew very few of those present To my amaie ment and horror, toward1 the end of the festivities, the toastmaster fixed his eyes upon me. . "'We have with us to-nightr-' X heard the old, hated formula roll out unctuously from his Hps and then my own name 'Mr. Jones, the well known,' etc. "The toastmaster concluded, but I made no move to get on my feet X felt paralysed; my tongue was seeking to climb through the root of my mouth. "And then the guests, from all sides, began yelling: 'Yes, Jones, Jones! which is JonesT where Is JonesT "A brilliant Idea Came to me. Sit ting close beside me was a lltUe man who dearly loved speechifying. Like a flash I Jumped to my feet 'Jones? Why, here's Jones!' I cried, and clapped the little Demosthenes on the shoulder. Then I yanked him to his feet, murmuring in an ominous sotto voce: 'Don't' give me away; speak now!' "He spoke. And, in the guise of myself, he made a most successful little oration. There was loud ap plause and much shouting of 'What's the matter with Jones? He's all right!' "As for me, I sipped wine and gradu ally recovered from the nervous shock occasioned by my narrow escape from being eloquent" YOUTHFUL MIND IN DI8TRE83. Pint published January T, 1909. ADMINIHTEAXOR'8 NOTICE. s. '' Tbe State of Kanaas I County of Ford f In the Probata Court in and for said eounty. Notice Is hereby given, that letters of ad ministration o the estate of D. W, Jaeoby deceased, were crahted the undersigned, on the 84th day of Peoember 1008, by the Probata uourt or rora uounty. Kansas. Now. all persons hrfvlng olalms against tbe said I estate are hereby notified that they mast I present the same to the undersigned for ' allowance, within one year from the date of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of suoB Bstate; and that If auoh claims be not exhibited within three year after the date of said Letteis, they jhall be forever barred. W. H. Jaoobv. Deo. Wth, 1908. Administrator of the Estate ot D. W, Jaooby Peoeased, Awful Possibility That Loomed Before Six-Year-Old Jackie. Six-year-old Jackie's mother be lieved that absolute truthfulness was the only rock on which to build that youthful gentleman's character, and the consistent working out of this principle did away, of course, with be lief in all such things as fairies, Santa Claus, and other illusions dear to childish hearts, and they became in stead "make-believe" games, Santa Claus in particular being a pet "Joke" between his mother and himself. Jackie came in from play one after noon much excited and concerned. "Mother, Jlmmle Norton believes there is a really and truly Santa Claus. He says he is sure that Santa Claus does come down the chimney. He wouldn't believe me at all when I told him It was Just a Joke," with rising anxiety. Jackie's mother was somewhat non plused. "Well, son," she temporized, "perhaps JImmle's mother will tell him the Joke some time soon, and then" "Oh, I hopo she will," broke in Jackie, forgetting his manners In his earnestness, "because, you know, if she don't, when Jlmmle has little boys of his own they won't ever get any Christmas presents." First published Jan. T. 1909. PUBLICATION NOTICE . . Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Dodge City, Kansas, Jan. 2, 1909. Notioe Is hereby Riven that Jess D. Pyles, of Dodge City, Kansas, who, on Jan. 8 1906, made Homestead entry No. 25007 Serial No. 02299. for Lot 4 section 1. town shin S8s, range 2ow, 6th P. M., has filed notioe ot Intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver of the U. 8. Land Office, at Dodge City, Kan aas, on the 12tli dav of Feruarv. 1909. Claimant names as witnesses; Edgar Brown, of Dodge City, Kansas; William H. Gould of Dodge City, Kansas; Aunlas Borntrager, of Dodge City, Kansas, Crist Iroyer, of Dodge City. Kansas. H, F. MILLIKAN, Register. - First published Jani-ary 7th, 1909.' PUBLICATION NOTICE State of Kansas Fold County York-Key Merc. Co., Ptantlff, vs. M. G, Mclntyre, Defendant. 88. M. G. Mclntyre yon are hereby notified that or i P. R. Hobble a Justice of the Peace in and for on the 14th davc sued by tbe above mimed plaintiffs, befora December, 1908, you were Dodge City Township, Ford county, Kansas, for the sum of S3A.48, and on above date an order of garnishment was issued to the A. T. -40. F. By. Co. to seenrs aaid amount am! cost of suit, the above entitled case Is set for hearing on the 8th day of February, 19119, at 10 o'clock a. m., and If defendant falls to ap pear rialntlfls will take ludmneat fur i.U 1A and cost of suit. - Yokk-Kxy Merc. Co., Plaintiffs. Attest: P. R, Hubble. - The Cough Syrap that rids tho system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on tho bowels is Knowledge 0 Reality. Nothing is so valuable as a knowl edge of reality. No other knowledge Is permanently valuable without it The extent to which the human mini is capable of deceiving Itself with knowledge of phenomena, the better to avoid the temporary discomfort of recognizing the vital truths of prog ress, Is only less remarkable than the extent of the power it is capable of exerting when once inspired by tho consciousness that it has become the vehicle of some truth necessary for the world's advancement William Vincent Byers, "An American Com moner." Queer Effect of Extreme Cold. Some Idea of the effect of extreme eofd can be gained from the account To Relieve His Feelings. Boldly displayed in black letters on the white gable of an unpretentious house on the road to Mount Stuart, Bute, Scotland, Is the following in scription: "The Materials of This Out rage Are for Sale." According to the local historians, the announcement, as It stands, is the last word in a duel be tween neighbors. It is said that the house was built to obstruct the view of a gentleman who had been successful in getting aa In terdict to prevent the owner from en closing the foreshore. But after the death of the builder the house came Into the market and was purchased by the other gentleman, who now seeks to express his wounded feelings la paint Small Boy's Adaptation. "Things aren't, always what they sound," remarked that very clever devil, Edwin Stevens, in Henry Bar- given by Dr. Kane of an incident I T9' vtwwwu, as ne arew a patent which occurred when an expedition Ieater h.0' !r n,i cloTen noofc "A went north in search of Franklin. Tne cUr of mr m DUt DUZll crew organised some amateur the-1 J1 once ... ... trlcals. sava Dr. Kane, and th. nn. ' 0lr' W 108 ora densation was so excessive that "we ' word means "place of." Thus could barely see the performers: any BaTt ,A,,,!Un'. tt J1" 0 extra vehemence of deilvrr wa. L haat' ,M Hindoostaa, the place ot eompanied by volumes of smoke; their hands steamed. When an excited Springerle.' One pound of flour, one pound sugar, four eggs, a lump of butter the size of a walnut, one level teaspoon ful of baking potash dissolved in a tablespoonful of milk. Mix sugar and butter, then add the eggs and beat for 15 minutes, stir in ihe flour, the pot ash and the milk and knead well. Re serve one-half cup f the flour for use on the pastry board and mold. Roll out a quarter of an Inch thick, press well Into the figures of a springerle mold (be sure the mold is well floured, but do not have the crevices filled), cut apart and place on a table, upon which is a light sprinkling of anise seed; leave there over night and in the morning bake in a moderate oven on waxed or oiled tins. A Novel Ham Dish. Thicken a quart of rich milk by letting it stand in a warm, but not hot, place over night Then put into a cheese-cloth bag and let it drain thoroughly. When it will drip no longer beat the drained milk for a few minutes or until it Is smooth and creamy; add half a teacupful of sweet cream, with pepper and salt to taste, and, at the last moment, cold boiled ham from which all the fat has been removed. Stir together thoroughly, and serve on crisp lettuce leaves gar nished with sliced olives. Delineator. performer took OS his coat steamed like a dish of potatoes." e 1 the Hindoos. - Now, can any one aire I me another instance T " 'Yes, sir,' said the smallest . boy, proudly, 'I can nmbrellastan,' the place for umbrellas.' " From but U Worse. Wife (angrily) Well, there's no se In arguing the matter. Wheri I set my foot down that covers the entire ground. ' : ' Husband (calmly) I wouldn't make it Quite that strong, my dear, but your foot certainly does Cover a good deal of ground. A Little Learning. Earnest Female Professor, I hear you are a great ornithologist Professor I am an ornithologist, madam. ' Earnest Female Then could you kindly tell me the botanical name for a whale f Bird's Nest Pudding. Pare six apples and take out the cores without breaking them.' Put the apples In an earthen dish, fill the holes with sugar. Make a batter of one pint of milk, two teaspoonfuls of flour and three eggs. Pour this over the apples and bake till fruit Is soft Serve with sauce. ' Cream Sauce One-half cup butter beaten till real light, one cup sugar. one-half cup milk, two teaspoons flour. Bet dish in cup of hot water and stir till creamy. 1 About Happiness. There is no more beneficial tonic than good, hearty laughter. It in flates the lungs and has a magic ef fect upon the system. Giggling is not laughing, and it is a habit that brings wrinkles and soon spoils even a pret ty face. Why not laugh T It improves the appearance and makes one popu lar. There is nothing to be glum over, and, if there is, being glum will not help It. Be happy and bright and everyone will wish to help you. The girl who wants to be beautiful must sleep with fresh air, plenty of it, In her room. She must go out and revel in the sunshine. She must find plenty of laughter in her daily life. That is tbe only true way to live and the only way capable of bringing beauty. Poetical Epitaph. The epitaph collector displayed en thusiastically the photograph of a se vere and stately marble tomb. "A new epitaph," he said, "and one ot the best in my collection. It it the epitaph of a body ot Indians slain In battle near Cooperstown. It was composed by a clergyman, W. W. Lord, and I consider It most poetical." The epitaph upon the tomb was as follows: "White Man, Greeting I We, near whose bones you stand, were Iroquois. "The wide land which is now yours was ours. "Friendly hands have given back to us enough for a tomb." LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Bees is the original laxative cough syrup, contains no opiates, gently moves the bowels, carrying the cold off through the natural channels, Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. CATARRH To Produce1 Gloss en Linen. -To give a gloss to linen, pour one pint ot boiling water on two ounces of gum - arable, j Cover, until: next day, then strain carefully and put Into a clean bottle. A tablespoonful of this liquid stirred Into a pint of ordinary starch will give collars and cuffs an appearance ot newness. ';, Rosettes. These are similar to the bouche cases, only the batter Is sweetened slightly and tbe rosettes are filled with whipped cream or Jelly Instead of tbe mixtures suitable for patties. Legal Amenities. . Several decades ago there lived in Charleston, W. Va., a Judge noted for his boorish manners. A very finical lawyer whom he, especially disliked was once trying a case before him, and all the while the barrister spoke the Judge sat with his feet elevated on the railing in front ot him hiding his face. . Exasperated by this tho lawyer queried: 'May I ask which end of your honor I am to address r ' "Whichever, you choose," drawled the Judge. "WeH," was the retort, "I suppose there Is as much law In one end as the other." Ely's Cream Balm 8ure to Give Satisfaction, CIVBS RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects tho diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh snd drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Bestores the Senses ot Taste and Bmoll. Easy to use. 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