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4 hi y tr jour tf Hedne Post. A. J; Notney tailor. See Wlng, Ogilvy for farm loan tf Mr. and Mrs.' J. P. Englhh went to Wright today. . Money to loan on real estate. See JP. H.Young. ' ' Mrs. Fred Simmons la, In Denver visit ing friends this week. . FOE BENT Five room house In quire of D. U. Jonea. v tf Go to Uncle 8am Oil Co.. for your harness oil. 3Bo per gallon. tf f20,000 to loan on Ford county farm laud., See Wing & Ogllvy. Go to Uncle Oil Co., for barney oil Boo per gallon. OA. J. Notney. the new tailor here!, Sunday ed wlib friends In Great Bend. - Booms For Kkht: 1 block north and one tact oi putt office. Phone 261, Don't buy jour machine oil until you pet mieei liora the Uncle Sam Oil S3 " 4. ,0... .'. t Mrs, ij. L. Taylor returned from a visit In Denver the latter part of last week. FOll SALE Horse, harness and bugry. Jlorse city broke. See Dr. E H. Ballon. ' Mrs. Clyde Smith left Tuesday evening for a vintt ut Kansas City and other place in Missouri. Hats blocked, dyed and eleaned pud made jiif t as good as new. Prices tight. Phot e 201. , C. L. Pktebson. tf Tug Indies of the Presbyterian church will hnlil. un Easier market on April 10 at the City Furniture store. FOR II EST Furnished house, Ave rooms, four blocks from poet office. See B. W. E villi?, Jr. Wad') iniv klfld of repairing on any kind of obttiin at any time while you - wait. Plume 201. C. L. PKTEU80N. tf FOK SALl', Barred Rock eggs from nrlz.i vlunintr birds. $1.00 for fifteen. J. B "Aw tin, Dodge City, Kansas. DcdgC Post. ' Mri. O. A. Milton went to Hutchinson today, and Mrs. L. J. rcttljohu to Topeka. J. W. McKlnster, of Corydon, Inaiaoa, has been here this week looking after bis land Interests. - . J. F. Ayrei and son, Edward, are here trom Missouri this week, visiting tne family of J. W. Liggett. Merrltt Beeson eipeots to build a rest denoe on the Beeson ranch just south of town some time this spring. Nll"s Wiseman was a business visitor from Wright today. He says things are bumming In that part of the county. Kasper Llx, of Wright, was a business visitor in town today looking up pointers on the big boom which Is ou at Wright. Ted Stubbs went to Hutchinson on business Monday of this week. He has been on a deal for an electrio theatre there. ' G. L. Painter A Co.,' are expecting a carload of Maxwell and Ford, Model T., ontnmnhiits. Will be delivered In a few days. It County Superintendent Body Held will be away all of next week visiting schools excepting that be will be here probably in the evenings Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and expels colds. Get tne genuine in a yeiiow package. The Palace Druj Co Floyd Manary left the first of the week for Sedgwick county to look after a bust ness deal, and may conclude to looate in that part of the country, MauZan Pile Bemedy Is put;dn In a tube with nozzle attached. May be applied directly to the affected parts. Guaranted Price 50c. Palace Drug Store. Mayor A. B. Beeves lelt today for Nevada, wheie he goes on business be fore the U. S. court, , He expect? to be away about ten days. We do any kind of ladles work, skirts oleaoed and pressed. Suits, silks, ooats and also dye plumes or make good as new. Phone 201. .J C. L Peibkson, Merchant Tailor, tf P. H. Young has had a fine steel ceil ing put in his jewelry store room. The steel ceilings have replaced most of the old ceilings In the business part of town The dry cleaning work that is done by the American Steam Laundry In Hutch .... ' i t u k.t ..! st tin nhrotnorl Fon Ha i. it, -Two Dwellings with 3 lots 'ntsuu mo uwi . j. nr. hose. Aeem. ... , LT rented fur Ji'O 00 per month, at a bargain for a quleU rale. - Hale & English. FOR SALE Ooe set of Computing scales al! In jjood condition. Cheap, in quire at tliis office. 3t Don't ".y your machine oil until you get price fron the Uncle Sam Oil Co. , ' tf Floyd Brumbaugh made a busluess trip to Kinsley and Spearvtlle Monday In the Interests of bis Dodge City Bottling Works. The Farmer's Elevator & Supply Co. will pay the highest market price for corn, oats, kafflr corn and sorghum seed. ." , tf Mrs. Hughes, who Is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Strau' man, is slowly recovering from her re cent l'ine?a. Woods Liver Medicine Is a liver regulator which brings quick relief to slok bcudache, constipation, biliousness and other symptoms of liver disorders. PartieiilKfly recommended for Jaundice, Chilis, Fever, Malaria. The S1.C0 size contains 2J times as much as the 50o size. Palaco Drug Store. . Mr. Burton who has been here this week from Missouri, buying Sand, has ohnnt madd un his mind to leave old Missouri and locate at Dodge City. Pineules are for Backa)be, and bring quick relief to lumbago, rheumatism, fatigue and all other symptoms of Kidney diseases. Thev are a tonlo to the entire system and build up strength and health Price 50c and 91.00. Palace Drugstore A steel ceiling will be put In the room at present occupied by the Bargain store, and other Improvements will bs made there soon, before (he Globe Clothing company takes possession of the building. W R Wnlfn tiaa taken a position at the Mate Bank of Dodge City.- Mr, Wolfe has had several years experience, both as book-keeper and oa6hlor, and was f jrmerly located in Nebraska. The Edwurds & Nicholi store at Spear yllle will hold Its big annual open house today and tomorrow. 'This event amounts to almost a towi carnival. An orchestra composed of Ralph Miller, Will Miller, Dllworth Balrd, Erio Palmer and Prof. Seymour went down this morn Ing to furnish music for the two days. IS One-Half Price To the next twenty-five customers we will sell the pills at one-half price or 25c. a box, This is for next week, beginning Monday, March 22nd, ..'09. P WTa An flnie rrma f cnnri&nn frt Mircsalu'AC but realizing the great good that this remedy can do, we want to interest the greatest number of people afflicted with this trouble, in the very shortest time possible and take this method of doing it. ,. " , ; One box will prove the merits or the pills, we sincerely believe. . RATH C BAINBRIDGE, CITY DRUG GTORE THE REXALL STORE Hedge Post. ,: Joe Hulpleu, Cy Sturgeon, p. M. Imel and Ed Baker went to Jttmorelast night to soholt members for the I. O. O. F, Encampnieot at this place. They secured applications from about twenty Odd Fel lows of Jetmore, A Guaranteed Cougb remedy Is Beeg Luxatlve Coutfb Syrup. For courhs, colds, whooping-cough hoarseness and all bronchial affections. Best for children because it Is quick to relieve and tastes good. Geutly laxative. Palace Drug Store. , ' The Womans' Social science club met last Thursday afternoou with Mrs. F. A. Etrick. There was a full attendance of members and a number of Invited guests. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be on April 1 with Mrs. Holtfrerloh. All Interested are Invited. Everybody wants Ibe best work that can be secured when tbey send out such items as shirts, collars, cuffs, etc. The American Steam Laundry of Hutchinson does the best work that Is done In EanBas. A trial will convlnoe you. ' J. W. Kobe, Ageut FOR SALE Twenty-five H. P. Buffalo Pitts Traction engine. Will give all time desired on approved security. Price will bo made satisfactory. Engine Is In 'the Koek Hand yard In Dodge City Kansas. For particulars, call on Charles Wortman D C, or address me at Billings Christian Co., M. Wabd Coaibs, tf Mrs. G. M. Hoover, who is spending the winter In California, has been captivated by Ibe fruit farms there, and contemplates buying a five aore tract tbai has an orange grove on It. She has sent home samples of the oranges that are very fine. Public school extmlnations ' for diplomas will be held In Fora county on April 16 and 17, excepting In oltiesof the third class, where the examination will be on May 21 and 22. Places for holding the district examlnatious will be anuounced later, Richard Bodyfield, 3t County Superintendent. Marshal Madden picked up a boy of about 14 here today, who was wanted in Hjgeman county for stealing a horse. The by was starting out to be u Wild Bill piuinsman, and was headed for Texas. He failed to get a saddle when he got his horse, and bad been aiding without one. Ills name is said to be Sam Catherwood. "My three year old boy was badly con stipated, bid a high fever and was in an aw till condition. I gave him two doses of Foley's Oriuo Laxative and the next morning the feyerwas gone and he was entire y well. Foley's Orluo Laxative saved bis life." A. Wolkusn, Casluer, Wis The Palace Drug Co. Rev, J. G. Vaughan has been here the past wet k visiting bis brother E. H Vaughan, of the Soule college. Rev. Vaughau Is one of the secretaries of the missionary society of the M. , churob, and recently completed a trip around the world, In which he visited nearly all of the M. E missions established In foreign countrlfg The trip took almost a year's time Land buyers have been in by drovts this week, and a good many pieces of land have been purchased. A Stafford agent who brought a customer to Ford county, ufter showing the land, and And Ing that the buyer was undecided, said that It was too good a bargain to go away and lenve. After Riving bis customer the first chance, the agent bought the land himself Frank Lopp was here this week on business, closing a trade between P II Young and Dr. Henry of Excel lor Spilngs, In the trade Mr. Young gets Excels'or Springs property, and Dr, Henry gets anothet strlog of Dodge City Standard bied horses, "Sultan Y" at a valuation of $1.000., "Sable Y' "Henry Y", "Miss Nelson", Alta W." and "Miss Steveni" end colt, went in on the trade and will be shipped to Excelsior Springs this week. . ' The question of whether or not the Phenlx olub property Is eligible to taxa tion Is up for settlement at present. The club room Is rented, and U maintained largely as a public convenience. The Commercial olub, Farmer's Institute, Rural Telephone companies, Farmers' Elevator, and any publlo meeting has been held In the club rooms at any time desired. - No one receives any financial benefit from the club. Some tblnk ltcan be taxed, and others say that ltcan not be. The matter is now up to the State Tax commission and the Attorney Qeuer&l. R. W. Wright of Kmporla was here Monday after the cattle he purchased last week of Victor Carson. At the same time Geo. Dondaldson was here from Greensburg after the bunch he bought, here the week before. There was a number of people from Dodge City n , attendance at the auto mobile show at Kansas City last week. Among the orowd were: M. M. Gwlnner W. H. Lard, W.1 G. Vincent, Cm, Relgbard, Cy Sturgeon, Lome Lobuer, E. L. Stanfleld and Wm. Babbitt. Mr. Lobuer was the only one In the party that bought a car while in Kansas City. His new car Is a Maxwell runabout of the 1909 model, similar to the car be bought last year, only I that it has the new Improvements; made on the Maxwell this year. GOOD WORK AMONG FILIPINOS. Women'i Club Responsible for Amel- loratlon of Conditions. ... , The Philippine Women'a club, the first of Ub kind In the Philippines, la struggling to supplement Its work of supplying sterilized milk to sickly, lil ted Infanta by establishing a small maternity hospital and a training class for maternity nurses. Thla club was due to a suggestion from Miss Con cepclon Felix, who was at the time a student ,of law and who In the course of her studies became Interested in the woman movement in- the western countries. This was in the Summer of 1905, and Miss Felix's suggestion was so enthusiastically received that a club with a membership of several hundred native women was quickly formed. Having determined to establish a center for the distribution of pure milk, the club gave a garden party In the palace grounds for the purpose of raising the necessary funds. More than $2,500 was cleared at this enter tainment and the sterilizing apparatus was Imported from Paris. A building was contributed' by Dr. Doherty and the work begun under the personal supervision of a number of well-known Filipino physicians. At present the number of children cared for Is between 50 and 75. The sterilizing department Is said to be a little model of Its kind. Km GRAM) 1LIBI !Uul&-Jt1IL-iAt-r- 1 .mi OPEN! 1 SPEED CONTEST8 WITH BULLS. Form of Sport That Is Extremely Pop. ular In Burma. A form of sport very popular In Rurma Is bull racing. These contests are largely attended by the natives, who bet considerable sums of money on the result. .A native sportsman who owns one of these bulls, values it at 112,000, and It is said to bring him In rn annual income of from $5,000 to 0OJO. In Hagenback's famous zoo In Ham burrr. Germany, are to be found several specimens of giant tortoises from the Galapagos Islands. These monsters weich several hundred pounds each, and have become quite tame. Frequent ly the German youngsters utilize them In races. Tho riders mount upon the backs of their ungainly steeds, and holding before the animal's mouths a herd of lettuce attached to a rod, urge them on to greater speed until the end of the course is reached. Sunday Magazine. li" I i fi Thursday and Friday, March 25th and 26th Something different; That's what the good dresser wants and this is what we can serve you with in the latest styles and new ideas in Millinery. ' Call and see our beautiful Pattern Hats in the newest shades of "Wisteria and Rose, also many other beautiful shades and colorings. Our Goods and Prices are Right. Call and be convinced. MRS. J. O. HAZLETON to Sneezing as an Art. "Yesterday," said the pretty girl, "I met a sneezing teacher. I don t mean a teacher who sneezes, but a person who teaches other people how Bneeze. I had always understood that New York attracts instructors in every art known to modern education, but a professor of sneezing struck me as a decided novelty. "I am going to take a few lessons The professor argues that he Is a yery useful member of society. Nobody, he claims, can prevent sneezing, no mat ter how many formulas and medica ments mar be absorbed. But though a sneeze may not be avoided It may be cultivated, and from a stertorous snort it mar be modified into a gentle melodious trill. For anybody who is likely to startle the neighborhood with freqent sneezes the experiment Is well worth while." Some Birds That Don't Migrate. "It is a curious thing," said Prof. Henrr Bird, an ornithologist of Rye, N. Y.. at the Rennert, "that birds of European origin do not adopt the ml gratory habits of our native birds. The English sparrow never seems to get wise to the advantages of going south In winter to avoid the rigors of a northern climate, though he might get the tip from our wild fowl or the robin family. Of late years we have had In Westchester county the starl ing, also an English Importation, and I notice that this newcomer follows out the exact ways of his predecessor, the sparrow, In that he stays constantly In one place, regardless of the sea sons." Baltimore American. Insects with X-Ray Sights. A German scientist has discovered that many insects, such as moths and butterflies, have X-ray sight This means that the eyes of these insects can see with something similar to X rays objects invisible to human eyes unless aided by a fluoroscopo. If or dinary sunlight has enough of the X rays In it for the butterflies to see clearly, the world must be a strange sight to them. This scientist believes that they can see through the clothes and flesh of human beings and behold us walking about ia our skeletons clad In a translucent covering of flesh. A Flat Child. '1 was a flat child," he said. "I was born and brought up In a New York flat , I have never known what It Is to live anywhere else." She looked him over. He was six feet two In his stocking feet and broad In proportion. He not only filled the chair he sat in, but he seemed In his great health and strength and bigness to fill the flat' "You are not like those little flat dogs, are you?" she said. "Those lit tle long dogs that are bora under a chiffonier to fit a flat, those Dachs hunds?" ' His Game. When he had stepped on her feet for about the sixth time she stopped dancing. : ' , "I will sit down now," she said (julotly: "I see that you prefer foot-sail." A crowd of Judge Hobble's friends made arrangements one evening last week to meet him at the Santa Fe depot tbtoklng that be had been married in Hutchinson and would arrive on "No. 6", but the visit to the depot was abandoned for the reason that Judge Hobble arrived on the afternoon train and further that be had not been married. The report was pretty welt circulated over town and there seemed to be something in it, The Globe-Republloan bad pboned to friends and members of Judge Hobble's family, about tbe rumor and everybody seemed to believe It a certainty. Tbe reason of this was that before starting - Judge Hobble had been joking about the trip and encouraged the belief emong some of his friends that he 'was away on a wedding trip, Mr. Shaeffer, who went to Uutchlnton witu him, fully believed that be had accompanied a prospective bridegroom to that place. After a visit to Hutchinson and Rice county where he went to confer with one of tbe officers Of the State Bee Association, Judge Hobble took the train for home and he has been receiving congratulations ever since. Tbe Epwortb League eojoyed a social time at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Rose, last Monday evening In honor of Dr. ami Mrs. Imboden and family. The evening was spent lu conversation and an old fashioned spelling match also proved entertaining. Tbe minister's family was presented with a set of but glass tumblers, ivery memb r of tbe family has made many wa rn friends among tbe young people. Tbe Waynoka, Oklahoma, paper of last week glyes an extended notice of tbe arrival of F. Y. Mason from Dodge City, Btatlnp that be will beju work a: once on an opera bouse foi thai place. Vr. Mason Is evidently a welwm? guest at Wano a. For Sale or Rent. Southwest quarU-r of southeast quarter. section 31, township 28, range 24. Address owner. Peter Brown, St. lo-epb, Illlnolf. tf THE CHILDREN LIKE IT KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP HI Htnry't Coming Hi Henry is giving a brand new min strel show this season and will appear at the Gluck opera bouse on March 25. This organization is credited with giving a- show that is new and strikingly original, presenting sot and specialties that are protected by copyright and lience. cannot be used by any other miostrel organiza tion. Their military band Is well worth nearing, It demonstrates tbe progress of elevated uiuslo in minstrelsy and typifies tbe general refined character of Mr Henry's company. Mr. Bb McLaughlin who made such a bit with the Hi Henry show in tbe principle cities last season, has been re-eogaged. He is one of the brightest comedians in the minstrel pro fession, as also is the droll, South Caro lina comedian, Pat Crawford; and the popular character oomedian, Billy Bax ter. Tbe wonderful scenic-electrical illusions, typical of Southern darkeylsms, entitled "Dlxey Land," with a grand double orchestra, double quartet are features. Watch tor the noon paiade and get yonr tickets early. W. N. Locke, who has been east on business for the Dodge City Mercantile Company, arrived homo Saturday and immediately got busy on tbe proposed move into tbe new building. The build ing has been accepted from the contractor and tbe fixtures are being placed. A number of Sunday school teachers attended a railed meeting of elementary teachers last Saturday afternoon and or ganized a.graded union. It was decided to bold meetings the first and third Satur days of each month at 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. C. Prough will teach tbe lesson for March 21 and Mrs. A. G. VanOrdstrand lor March 28 at lhe next meeting which will be Saturday, March 20, at the residence of H. A Burnett. All teachers of ele mentary grades or others Interested are Invited, V. P. Van Ordstrand will leave tbe last of next week for Wgyntka, Okla., where bs wilt open his new restaurant on tbe tenth of next month. Mrs. Van Ordstrand will accompany bim and will remain there for tome time. While they are away Miss Dlsy Van Ordstrand will have charge of their restaurant here. They will continue to make their home here. OUR CLOT "Fit Well" "Look Well" "Wear Well" and our prices are "just right." $10 to $25 We guarantee every gar ment "as represented or nionev cheerfully refunded.'' Don't you think this is worth looking into? ; We will be pleased to have vou call and see our clothps OH you ii ue inieresicu. HES ''X C(E. T. PARTI W DODGE CITY. V " ..." ' KAfJGAG tens ,'',-.H;Vwv.vYw.m('''''' 1 v -N i'S. .vf""''