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WHEN TIME FOR REDEMPTION t , EXPIRES. ' County Treasurer's Qffloe, Dodge City, Kansas, Maroh 1, 1909. Notice i hereby given that the following desorlbwl lands and town lots remain unre deemed Iroin Tax Hale of September 4, 1906, for delinquent taxes tor the year of 1905, and that salti property Till be conveyed to the purchnai-r unless reneemed on or before the Bth day of of September 1909, by payment to me of the amount of taxes, charges and In terest calculated to the date of redemption as provided by law, 8. P. REYNOLDS, Treasurer, Jford uounty, Kansas, 1 s o B sei seSi wtfswV seii ne se)i Iiots 1,8 and svine !4 e! nex Lot Block 8 31 Hand 12 to 27 86 21 27 26 28 84 26 23 84 25 24 22 26 26 81 25 31 25 86 B e 6 144 90 45 71 41 06 $19 94 27 88 41 16 4179 in Kl 4 29 26 8( 68 10 87 26 61 82 16 87 84 38 99 Dodge City 2411 16 67 46 60 91 69 785 61 85 I $12 67 14 98 18 65 7 10 7 45 13 86 13 91 18 91 15 85 13 88 4 78 7 60 8 18 81 58 2 37 15 74 p e The Atheneum club meets to morrow afternoon with Mrs. H. R. Brown. The Bridge "Whist dab next Tuesday evening at of Miss Sadie Hanna. l 74 75 85 91 106 106 112 1814 219 828, 24 246 850 251 Dr. and Mrs. Walter Pine enter tained Dr. and Mrs, 0. A. Milton,Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Milton and Miss Eleanor Milton at dinner Wednesday evening. fvynt Street Dodge City 17 va About fifteen couples enjoyed a danoe at the Pheniz club Tuesday evening. The music was furnished by the Eollowell's Harp orobestra. This was one of the beat dances of the season. 46 68 Walnut Street Dodge City Wesson 2 I East6ft.3i) 11 24 68 ,8f fihlnn'8 Addition to Dodge City NSOft.of.-iyi 11 80 8C9 2 ail ot i i'5 . i Crawford's Addition ford County, Kans. 5 2 w " k!...-.u,avtllA P.it.V ' 1 1 78 41 827 iA 90 2ft 828 318 57 21 94 16 5 72 7 H East X of ;!i j Kant X of i !'l t j.D.Vau V'J.uliisAdd.toSpearevillcClty The Galaxy club met last Thurs day aiternoon witQ Airs. Artnur Soule. The guests were Mesdames i. A. Madison and Jas. Madison and Miss Helen Ripple. Refreshments were served. 1 to ' L Block A 11 13 14 15 IB 17 18 1 2 lots S to liU " 1.2.S 1 1 7 24 1 09 337 Ford City !63 II Town of Bucklln e 66 14 86 280 76 20 20 6 83 81 840 847 3i9j 36u( 362 384 385 386 395 r- ... i. ,(,!.. t th. amnnntof taxes. CDargea and lnte)'.t nn Htated In the above list, a ohantelf thirty (;) cents on each tract of i....r.. ifiiontonn each town lot wlU b neilr-rtV.d in payment of fees for listing and auvertismg. S. P. REYNOLDS, Xreaiturer Ford County , Kansas. Jlrst vubliahed February 85, 1909. PUBLICATION NOTIOB The Btitio of Kansas to W. A. Stewart, - arAAtiuff: m . vw KAAn nty, and TouwiiltikB notice thatyou have Wer, sued to the District Court ol Jford County, SSSdft Kanaavoy barren f. toowa and SSdn tho . i oaine and style of Brown ,nd Ven'un. and that unless yeu JIViVi....' tiimi tumid suit by said plaintiffs fr. f..,,T,i,nmh .LvniADrtl. 1909, said petition will he taken as true and ajudgroent will be rumored agains you aowrdlngly for the recovrn hy pla ntlffs of and from you hi wmol?.U and Interest i tbereoa from the lHh rty of July. 1908, at the rate of ,, per cunt l' r uinran, M"'ti " - v--r; upon one -. t tuin promissory note given by r 'v r . . - Tnlv. 1908. to piniTii lis v' u.u. -i plaintiff' mtcatne of action; and for the Further nm ol law 00 and Interest hereon ii :?. i mi, .ii.,f .iniv. 1908. at the rate of tn .. emit iw'r annum, being for a balance ntin nthar note Elven bv di fBiula .ttoi.mlntlfleonthellthday of July, 1908- tliftt a rarnlshment order has Deen lseuVrl in ftdid action and served upon one i...- r, I...., uiiohu fl edhle answer ad Slttlnnt'at he has certain goods, chattel and credit" l ' 1I possession belonging to sou and ld judgment will Include an order to hluii.hu . am the said goods, chattels and oredlM to the pbj ment of the said amounts due from ill fundant to plaintiff, together with the cosi of this case. w.tncHm' imnd and the official seal Of the above named court this 25th oy oi tea UrQ,Z.,l'':'',' ' T. E. FKKNOH. lv ' mrk of the District Court, Madison & iiatliBon, Attorneys for Plaintiffs l'lra published March 4, 1909. ROAD NOTICE. To whom It may concern: In Din-'iaocu of an order made by n , .. i'iv r.nmmlsHlOHerB of County of Ford in the State of Kansas, in regular si fislon on the 2nd day of rebruary A. regu T 10 8tark, J. M. Camp, Hazel T iii.ia iii1m la nereoy given iuhi a. Lockmun, W. . u n lw kmnn W. M. DOTOe. W. Devof.'l. Q RpiHtt, B. P. Trickel, John U, Mullendore, E. Stark, P. W. Kissel, J. u. uani 7 u VnPurlHiid. Lewis W Hams. O. F SheWd. Alox Mullendore, L. W.Dcvoe and K xZnnaway, householders ot said County, j'.lulng In the vicinity where It Is propesed i;.! unit nutuhllah the rosd below men- tionu, have presented to said board their certain petition, praying mo. iju tabllHhment olla public road In Sold County, aafol own: . . . , Beslnmng at toe nu uuj. tion 18, In township 26, range 88, and thence south on the section lines two miles between 17 and 18, 19 and 20, to and termlnst ng at the southeast corner of section 19, in said town- shin 25. ranpo 23, and that J, . Spratt, J. w, polnW, will meet at the northjaat corner of . ..,. l)K B.nMKl An In. Vnrll day ol Malch. A. D. 1909. at 10 o'olock a. m.. and proceed to view said road, and to give all parties a hearing. m - ' witniwa niv hand, and the seal of said County, affixed at my office in said County this 1st day of Maron. a. v - laiALl ,i i County Clerk First published Haroh 4, 101. PUBLICATION flUMMOSS Iha State of Kansas li the'Dfatrlot1 'oUttlVf lord Count'yt KiflM S li to ?pritfVlffiiowlW)s Wtotat and Silas usoorne, or biuumiu, bui u u7 r.i.hr of them ba dead thesrtbklr'iltiknawa helra, devlseeaewrs, adtnlnlitrators fan ahd eacrl of ybdirtll her4f la9 notice that you have been sued In the IHstrlot Court of rord County. Kansas, In an action wherelm SurrOdi lis. Adame. Kthel AdamJi eo. Li Adami Claude O- Adama, WB. Adams, Mri. Cora Crawford. Mrs. Anna riarrlj, and Mr US VT VI VWV i or before allegations ot ..tA ntttlan will betaken aa true ana luqg- . vent T rendered agalnet you aoeord ng ly, rr.i.nn nnnfnrmlnK and BerfeOtlntplalatlilS title to and possession f the1 following. , city, r ora wumj, i 1;' .'J ,,n in uionk number Ave IB). Uhl Addition to Dodge City, Kanyaa, according m ilia raoord Blat BOW on file in the OfBoe Of the Register of Desds of Ford County, KantM and perpetually barring ana lorevei enjoin Ing you from asserting any claim to or In : ... aetata tiirlii oi buv oart thereof " adverse to plaintiffs Or any one plalmlrk by through or under thorn. " V- r,.oa nrimmnf l have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court this , 2nd day or Marc.., m. u. Clerk of the District Court. defendants aim hwi ..;.i.V. fliort h the nlaintlBa ol fhT th day of APrtA urn M de dge urn BUS Attorneys for Plaintiffs. WOMEN'S CLUB MEETINGS AND SOCIETY NOTES The Philomath club will meet tomorrow with Mrs. E. D. Bowen. will meet the home Qurdon Pox. There was a large attendance of club members "and ten invited guests. A delicious chafing dish luncheon was served. Mrs. Fox was assisted in serving by her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Eastman, and Misses Kathleen Elder, Sadie Hanna and Mary Aten. The invited guests were Mesdames J. P. English and mother, Erhard, Goddard, Eells, :L. Painter, Dan Sidlow, Fred eterson, Frank Misner and Morri son of Ford. Mrs. Eihard favored the guests with several instrumental selections during the afternoon. The next meeting will be on March nineteenth with Mrs. Elder. The Embroidery club met last Fri day with Mrs. 0. A. Milton. The afternoon was spent in the usual way and towards the olose the guestB were seated at a long table and a two course luncheon was served, ine invited guests were Mesdames W. F. ine, W. 0. Thompson and Merritt Beeson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Oady. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grose enter talned over fifty gnestt on Wednes day evening at a delightful card party at which "Five Hundred" was played. Prises were won .for high score by Mrs . Phillip and Mr. pUwortt i Wrd and the consolation prizes wire taken by Mrs. Gary and Mr. Will Green. Refreshments were served. The evening was a social event which will be remembered with much pleasure by the guests. The 8. a Embroidery club met last Friday afternoon with Mrs, First published March 4, 1908. 8DMM0N8 BY PUBLICATION The State of Kansas to Joseph B. Plows and Mrs. Joseph K. flows, nig wire; w. r. a Moore and Mrs. W. P. K. Moore, his wife or if either of them be dead, then to their unknown heirs, devisees, adminiitiators, You are herebv notified that vou have been sued in tne uistrirct uourt or j ora uounc Kansas, In an action wherein D. A. Tlmrstl Is plaintiff, and you and eaoh of you are de tend ante, ana mat unless vou answer tn petition filed In said cause by said plaintiff on or before the 16th day of April, 1900, the allegations oi saia pettion win oe taaen as true and Judgment will be rendered against vou and each of vou accordingly. Quieting. confirming and perfecting plaintiff's title to and possession of Lot Seventy-two (72), Front Street In the City of Dodge City, Kansas, aa against you and each of you, and forever bar. est or estate In and to said premises advene ring and enjoining yon and each of you from setting up or asserting any right, title, Inter- to nlalntlff. and for cost of Suit. in witneBS wnereoi, i nave nereinio eei my hand and affixed the seal of said court this 3rd day of March, 1909. ISi.,.11 fT 17 IT.0usi Clerk of the District Court. SCATES A W ATKINS, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. J. First published February 25, 1909 PUBLICATION NOTICE Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at uoage Lilly, nansiui, reuy. zo. . Notice Is hereby given that Joeeph M. Fox, of Kneign, Kansas, wno, on nay etn. IMA. made Homestead entrv No. 26483 Serial No. 04469, for sex, seotlon SO, township 26s, rang tew. 6th V. m., nas niea notioe of Intentloii to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver ol the U. 8. Lana umce, at voage tiny, n.au nn tha loth dav of Anrll. I am. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred McPaniel.' of Ensign, Kansas; George Mo Daniel, of Knalcn. Kansas: William H. Parker, of Ensign, Kansas, Harvey A, Parker oi Jtnsign, &ansas. , , , , HI, MILUKAN, Eeglster. First published February 26, 1909. - State of Kansas FoidCoBnty House A Berrysuann, Plaintiffs , - v ; v. : - Oliver Si Keed Defendaat, , , 1 Olivet 8. Reed yon are hereby notified that on theWB NJayo February, 190,you were sueflhv the bov named 'plaintiffs, before P. B Hobble a Justice of the Peaoe la and for Dodge City Towashlp, Ford oouaty, Kansas, rot tne snm Arilffi of ra 1 8. F. By. CO. 4o ecu re snld amount and anm ot t9.6. and on above date an rtier OI garnisnnans was muea to im at, , I. bH A. .4 aMAnml, ami oost or suit, the above entitled ease is set for bearing; on tha 99th day of aiaroh. 1909, at to o'clock a. m.. and If defendant falls to ap pear Plaintiff will take Judgment for 198.66 ana cost oi sure - . . - ' Hrttrss 4 HsketA Plaintiffs. Atteatt P, B. HoDoie, A Belielons Author's Statement Bev. Joseph U. Fesperman, tiallibnry, N. 0. who tbe aotbor of several books, writes: "Fur several years I wis afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter 1 was suddenly stricken with a severe pain In my kldnejs and was confined to bed eight days unable to get np without assistance, I oommenoed taking Foley's Kidney Remedy! and tbe pain gradually abated and finally ceased. V I cheerfully re commend Foley's Kidney Remedy," The musio club met last Monday afternoon with Miss Eleanor Milton, he study for tbe afternoon was Mendelssohn and the following pro gram was given: Duet, Overtuie, "Midsummer Nights Dream" Mesdames Young and Hell- warth. Vocal Solo, "If With All Your Heart" from Elijah Miss Eleanor Milton.. Piano Bolo, Prelude in E Minor Mrs. Erbard. Two Part Sous;, "Maybclls and the Flowers" Mrs Barkley and Eleanor Milton ; and Mrs. Clyde Smith and Mrs. Bowen Piano Solo Fantasia Mrs. Thompson Vocal Solo, "Spring Song" Mrs. Clyde Smith "Hondo Caplocloso" Mrs. Hellwarth Vocal Solo, "O Rest in tbe Lord" from Elijah Mn. Gardner Piano Solo, Nocturne Mrs. Young Vocal Duet, "Greeting" Mrs. Bowen and Miss Milton Duet, "Wedding March" Mesdames Erbard and Young. Previous to the program Mrs. uoweu gave an excellent talk on "The Life ot Mendelssohn." t This was guest day and the following were present: . Mesdames Simpson, Petti ohn, Baird, 0. A. Milton, B. P. Milton, MoOurdy, Powell, of Inde pendanoe, Mo., Ooolidge, Tice and Miller. The members are: Mes dames Young, Hellwarth, Barkley, Clyde Smith, Will Gardner, E. D. Bowen, Harry Hubbard, W. O Thompson, 3.0. Erhard and Miss Eleanor Milton. The club will meet on the twenty-second with Mrs, Erbardt. The subject will be Sohu mann. CHURCHES FORD ITEMS. Henry Brink is quite sick. Dewey Balfour wno has been quite sick is improving. Born to Mr. end Mrs. Henry Herzer on Wednesday Feb. 25, a son. Henry Cook has had gasoline lights put Into his residence lately. Mr. Davis from Partridge,' father of Mrs. Wimp arrived last Sunday. Tbe first Issue of our borne paper the Ford Promoter comes out this week. Vernle Bobb a relative of O. N. Nevlns )i here from Missouri and Is helping In tbe hardware store. Tbe infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wimp, our section man, has.been critic ally 111 but is now better. John Clark left on Tuesday for Wichlla to brine back with him a Beo run-about for W, A. Looker. Elmer Stofer who has been dangerous ly slok with pneumonia Is reported better. A nurse came on Sunday to care for him. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Herzer and Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Laing, of Dodge City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Van Horne and Mrs. Morrison attended tbe play at Dodge City by the Larned people, Damon and Pythias" last Friday night, Mr. Lowe from La Cygene, Kansas, joined bis wife here last week who has been visiting her daughters Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe will remain all summer, Mr. Elder from Dodge City was down last week making arrangements for the District Sunday Sobool Institute which will be held at the Congregational church on Thursday, March IS. This institute promises to be very helpful to all Sunday workers and attendants. A number or Dodge City people are expected and large attendance is desired. Everybody Is invited to come and bring baskets and a basket dinner will be served at tbe ball The Dodge City Mill and Elevator Co. CASTOR I A for lafanU aad Children. 1 TbiKy Yate; am Catholic Church Tbe services on next Sunday will be in charge of Father Mennis. Mas at 8:30, High Mass at 10:30 and Benediction 7:30. Christian Sclsnct Services. Tbe Christian Scientists will bold services on each fundsy at 11:00 o'clock at tbe residence of Mrs. Fred Petterson, on Third avenue, olb block west and two north of Ibe Carnegie library. Subject for next Sunday, 'Substance." Presbyterian Church The revular services will De held t tbe Presbyterian cburcb next Sunday. Sun. day school at 9:49 a.m. Preaching at 11:00 o'clock. Junior Christian Endeavor 2:30; Men's club, first fcnd third Sunday of every month at 9:80. Christian En deavor 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30. Tbe week day meetings will be as follows: Mlsslonery Society first Tues day of every month. Ladles Aid Society 2:00 p. m on Wednesdays. Prayer meeting on Tbursdpy evenings at 7:30. Strangers are cordially invited to these services. Rev. A. M. Eklls, Pastor. 1 Methodist Church. Tha regular services will be held at tbe Methodist church next Sunday. Sunday sobool at 9:48 a. m. ' Preaoblflg at 11:00 o'clock. Senior League at H&3Q, 'and evening services at 7.30. Tbe sacrsmsBt of Jae. Lord's supper1 will be edmtyJftered (be morning serviced The ereniog sertnoo, theme will be,MThe Uplifted .Christ. There remains bat two Sundays of this conference year. The annual Conference meets Ip King man March at. os- Let us hays a good attendance of tbe membership on these two Sundays remain Ing and we extend a cordial invitation to those without a church home or who may be strangers In the city to worship with us. - 'f Christian Church. Regular services next Sunday. Sun day sobool at 9:45. Morning ervre 11:00. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 and preaching at 7:30. Baptist Church , Regular services next Bunday. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning service 11:00. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 and preach Ing at 7:30, Bean the Signature of ITEMS 'FRONT HOWELL. M. A. Ferrel was In Dodge City Mon day. Albert Miller was in Dodge City Monday. Miss Ada Merk visited the last week with friends at Bellefoat. Rev. Price filled his appointment at this place Sunday evening. Tone Anders came In home . last week from an extended visit In Missouri, One or two frelfibt oars went Into the ditou at this place Monday morning, Mrs. Chas. Kinkaid and Mrs Stanton called on Mrs. Chas. Wright Friday afternoon. Mrs John Wright and Mrs. Geo Partridge of Dodee City, visited at Chas. Wrights Friday. Mrs. Rogers and little daughter went to Dodire Citv Frldav evenine on No. 8 returning borne Saturday. Chas. Kinkaid was called to Medicine Lodge tbe latter part of last week by tbe serious illness ot bis mother. Mrs. L. W. Gregg returned to Dodgi Citv Friday evening after a few days Visit at the home of Mr. Rogers. L. O. Smith of Albuquerque, N. M visited Albert Ml.ler and family tbe first of tbe week, leaving for Wisconsin where be expects to spend tbe summer Mr. Smith formerly lived at this place Presbyterias Sunday SchooT Tbe Sabbath School at the Presbyterian churob is Increasing very fast both lo numbers and Interest In the work, this includes ever department as all of them seem to be greatly Interested in tbe work and all strive to make every feature Interesting as Is' possible to make It, they have , recently organised an : Orchestra which has sirree, members, Clyde Smith Rilnh TtnnMtL DUmrth Bilrd. P W Tyler, Chester Jaooby, Miss Grace Clark and Miss Julia' Pettljobn, ' which adds very much to the 'attraotlveness of the musio and thai tcfcool, Js showing their appreciation J,hy. .eomUg. to . Sabbath Sobool o tine, a u.oot to miss any of if,, and. , also,, by ),brlpgng their, .friends with them, and they will gladly welcome any member of Presbyterian families who are not now attending, as well as all others who are,eo(: merobebs of any other church or who do not attend any other., Babbath school, lake your arrangements . to . come next Sunday morning and we are sure you will be interested and will eome again. Simple Remedy for La Urippe La grippe eoagns are asncerous as they frequently develop Into pneumonia Foley's Hoaey and Tar not only stops tbe cough bnt heals and strengthens the lungs so that no serious results need be feared. Tbe genuine Foley's Honey and ' Tar contains no harmful drugs and Is In ' a yellow package Refuse substitutes.. The Palace Urng to. 2.20 trtvck SULTAN Y 41915 By Vatican, 3:18, sire of twenty, first dam Winnie Y 2 :1ft, by SwanWlCk 33164 (Patchen Wilkes-McGregor-Joe Young horse); second dam by Allan Dare, (McGregor Wilkes horse) ; third dam by Wincbip 2896 (son of Robert Mc Gregor); fourth dam Belle G. B., by Ben Patchen. ChestnuU foaled 1904; $20 to insure mare in foal. Sultan Y, and several brood mares in foal, also yearlings, all standard bred and first class for sale. Any mare with better record than SULTAN Y has will be bred free. P. H. YOUNG, DODGE CITY, KANSAS C. A. HULPIEU 20 Years An i i ;, -.,. JNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER With Home Furnishing Oompany. We keep night man at tbe store to answer, i Telephone. No. 11. Residence, 69 J. H. HILLYER, f.lgr. Dealers in. EED, LOUR AND GRAIN . . . State Bank of Dodge City . . . Oldest snd Largest Bant d N. HOOVER, President EF. KELLOGG, Cashier. DIRECTORS, L L Smith, C.H Warier, B. R. Browa. G M. leever, M. M. 6wiaoerl CORRESPONDENTS, New York National City Beak, 1 City: First National Baak. The National Bank of Commerce Podge City, Kansas. I UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital $25,000. ' Surplus $10,000. ' Organized and conducted on the principle of conservative banking. H A BURNETT, Pre M. W. SUTTON", Vice Tres. P h' YOUNG, Vice Pres. GEO B DUQAN, Cashier. G. E. LAWHEAD, Ass't Cwhler. fV 1 1 Paying for Experience A severe "belly ache" is the price paid for the fun of . ' eating green apples. Mam'ma told them not to do it, but it , , took actual experience to convince them. ! 'j , We say-the same thing 'about green lumber. It may a look right, but after It is in. the job a wbilCj k will warp out of shape, and a bunch of trouble is what the experience will cost you.' If you want to be sure of getting, good, thoroughly 1! seasoned lumber, don't take any chances,' bpt come to us for bin. It will cost you no more than the.jothef kind .will else-i 'ff '.where.- .;. '' :,ns -'; "'' . " THE lacCURDY' LB'R CO. JSrELIilOTT h An experienced , auctioneer offer! r': his service to the . public. He will cry sales in Ford and adjoining counties Mr. Elliott has given universal satisfaction and knows ; he can give the best service to be had In this section. For terms and dates address ' J. S. ELLIOTT, Dodge House. Dodge City !