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. Atchison Torek a & Santa Fe By-local time
vara, r aneenger ana mizea trains,
Time table In tffMt Mot 8. 1908.
Ko. Bast Bouvd Oentl lime. Arrive. Dept.
'' S Atlantlo Ezoreaa 6:16 6:85 a. in
4 Chicago Limited 1:10 1:20pm
K.C.andChfoifoiCxpreM.. 7:40 8:05 am
" " " " .. 6:07 6:32 m
10 Chicago Fast Ma.l 4:00 4:10 am
666 Local Painniter 8:30 am
. 80 local Accomodation . 8 :87 a m
Ke. Wut BoDRD-Cent'lIime. Arrive. Dept
i uair. axon 11:10 h:so p m
I California Limited 6 '26 6:35 pm
. 6 Colorado and Utah Expreai. 0:46 0 :65 pm
Jmex. ana ualiromia jsx.... l:w v:uua
Colorado Flier 6:15 8:20 a
toy ixoai rammer 2:00 in
11 Local Aocemodatlon 7 :00 a m
Trains 3 A 4 are limited, pullman fare required
Tralne 80 A 81 local freight, 81 carries coach
All traina according to central standard time
E. D. BHODil, Agent.
oKev. C. E. Williams, md wife, were
Bucklin visitor! at Dode City Monday,
J, H. Hazen, of Raton, New Mexico,
wai visiting friends In Bucklln last Satan
(i. VV. Hamilton left Monday via Dodge
City, for a visit with Stafford county
when you insure that you are
dealing with a reputable com
. pany ; be sure that you are get
ting a Satisfactory amount of
protection, and that you are
not paying too dearly for it
If you want to know anything
on the subject of
1 will be glad to give you the
benefit of my long experience
in the business.
17. T. COOLIDGE
and CURE the LUNGS
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OB MONEY REFUNDED.
It ihould be borne la mind that
erexT cold weakens the longs, low
ers thi vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious die
eases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of bamam life,
pneumonia ana consumption.
has won its greet popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment It aids expectoration, ro
llers the lungs and opens the
secret ona, effecting a speedy and
permanent core. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
II. P. McCsustland made a trip to
western Oklahoma, Sunday, returning
Carl Grlng sold to ttmllle J. Coons,
lots 1 and 2, In block 2, In the town of
The first number of the Ford Promoter,
came to hand Monday, It is a nice newsy
little paper and speaks well for Ford.
J. H. Buss has returned to Bucklln,
after several months spent In Kansas City
and Topeka under medical treatment.
EC. E. Hatfield, of Ford, bought of D.
. Calderwood, of Carton, Wash., lot 17
In block 39 In the city of Ford, last week.
Attorney Watklns, of Dodge City, was
In Bucklln a short time Monday. He
was on bis way to Meade, on legal busi
ness. Miss Margaret Kane, cashier of the
Bucklln State Bank, left Monday morn
ing for a visit with her brother In Oklahoma.
Miss June Redfleld returned home the
last of the week from Lindeborg, Kansas,
where she had been taking a course In
The heirs of the late Jes-e Geddls sold
to John Reynolds, of Ford, lots 2-3-4-5
and 6 in block 88, in Hie city of Ford,
Mrs. Grace Bay, of Kansas City, is
vlsiiingber mother-In' law, Mrs. M. 11.
Bay, and other friends and relatives In
and around Bucklin,
II. P. McCaustland sold to E. II. II.
Tubbs, of Stafford county Kansas, the
west half of section 5, towneblp 30, range
21 in Clark county.
II. P. McCaustland sold to J. II. Kirk
patrick, of Sedgwick county Kansas, the
N. W. quarter of section Ave, towBship
thirty, range twenty-one.
Last Thursday was a corker, snowed
and blowed all day, but there was some
compensation, the sncw that fell did
some good to the growing wheat.
L. C. Fearing reoeived Monday, a
monument from the Bronze Monumental
works, of Bridgeport, Conn. It will be
placed on his lot In the Bucklin
L. M. Taylor still continues to Improve
bis business bouse when; he gets the
changes and improvements now under
way, completed, be will have one of the
best Lardware and implement houses' in
We suppose that the weather clerk felt
that be was under some obligations to the
ground bog and sent the weather accord
Ingly, but now, Mr. Weather man the
ground bogs time Is out and we shall ex
pect foine more pleasant weather.
G. W. Artweiu is trying bis best to
And out what the people of Bucklin
township were worth on the first day of
March 1909, for the purpose of ascertain
ing the amount that ihey will have to
contribute toward paying the expendi
tures of tbe late legislature.
Fiaok Lee, photographet; left Bucklin
Wednesday with his photograph car for
Meade, Kansas. Mr. Lee and his son
have been In Buckiln for several months,
tbe son will remain here for a time and
continue tbe business of catching shadows
in tbe Grayson building on Main street.
Mr. Barrstlck has moved out to the
Jas. McQuerrey farm. Mr. McQuerrey has
thirteen quarters of land and has been
using is almost entirely for pasture. Be
has concluded that farming it will pay
better and will h ve several hundred
acres of it broke out this season and put
into wheat this fall.
said "suffer them to come onto me and
forbid them not for of suoh is the King
dom of God" and he has called her
home. Mr. Daughtry's family haye been
well known here for a number of years
and they hay tbe sincere sympathy of
large number of friends here in this tbe
day of their affliction. V
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
BeKMYnu Hars Always
2-horse power Gasoline Engine-
, air cooler, in perfect working
oruer,pracacauy gooa as new.
1 Jump Seat BuggyThis is an
ideal family ng, used as a
luggy with one seat or in a
minute changes to a regular
' carriage with two seats.
About Fifty Tons Alfalfa Hay
will sell any quantity in the
stack or delivered in the city.
6 4 Story Bee Ewes complete!
these are ww, never used.
500 Eoncy Sections new.
R Av ETRICK
'"(. .,. '" ., -. ' - Wi. J.I'''-
r";s in Kilton 'Building, corner
litnt street and first avenue.
' Thne 240.
Just a word for Bucklln. Bueklin is a
town situated on the C. B. I. A P. By in
tbe southeast part of Ford oonnty, the
garden spot of tbe county, surrounded by
a nne farming country, settled by an
intelllg't, Industrious and progressive
popuMtton; tbe town of Bucklln, while
not large is a flourishing and prosperous
town and Is today the best trading point
on tbe bock island railroad between
Hutchinson and Liberal. The population
of Bucklln, of school age, require tbe
service of four' teachers to train their
young Ideal to ascend to the proper
angle; there are four churches, one bank
and over twenty business bouses in the
Died, at tbe borne f her tarents, In
Bucklln, Helen Elizabeth, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Daughtry, aged five
years,, four montbf and eight days.
Death came Tuesdaylening March 9th.
1909, after a short Illness with thror.t
trouble. The funeral was beld at tbe bouse
Wednesday afternoon, conducted bv
Rev. C. E. Williams. She was burled
in tbe Buoklln cemetery. Little Helen
was tbe baby of the family and though
her life with them was but a brief span.
yet It was long enough for her to become
so entwined in the affections of tbe other
members of thj family that her destb
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Snook were shop
ping In Dodge City last Friday.
Miss Hazel Smith is assisting In (the
Ford State Bank In the afternoons.
L. K. Van Home who has been laid
up for a week with sickness Is on the
J. E. Dancey, from Minneola, pro
prietor of tbe new paper was transacting
business In Ford lately.
Mrs. J. J, Morrison left last Fridsy for
Pratt where she will visit her daughters
and sons for several days,
Geo. Henderson the new blacksmith
has moved his family Into his new real
dence In the south part of town.
C. M. Roberts, of Dodge City, and
Frank Cook have each purchased a new
Reo touring car through James Cavcn
augh at Spearvllle.
John Clark returned from Wichita last
week. Owing to tbe inclemency of the
weather be will have to make another
trip for Mr. Lonker's car.
M. A. Klrkpatrick and Mrs. Martha
Walker attended tbe district conference
and dedication of the new M. E. church
at Greeneburg recently.
Robert Brink has the agency for tbe
gasoline lights and will put them In
wherever wanted when Mr. Gilmore goes
to bis new home at Wichita.
A great deal of sickness is reported.
Those who have been seriously 111 are
getting better, but a number of people
are afflicted with grippe, colds etc.
J. A, Gove and daughter Mies Goldle
left last Saturday tor Wichita to vhlt
Mr. Goye's parents. G.eo. Gove has
charge of the office during bia fathers
We feel quite proud of our new paper
the Ford Promoter which came out for
its first issue last week, It is a neat, clean
little paper, full of news and is sure to
meet with success.
Mrs, A. S. Demprey was brougbt home
from Bucklin last week where she has
been taking treatment for dropsy. Her
daughter Mrs L. L, Russell has moved
up to care for ber mother who is bed.
Mr, Kirkpatrlck's meat niaiket on
Main street is nearly completed and pre.
sents a neat appearance. We are in
hopes Mr. Klrkpatrick will open his
business soon as we are pretty hungry for
Rev. Gilmore is making preparations
to move bis family to Wichita, where he
has purchased lots, will build a new res
idence and make hi) future home. Mr
Gilmore may engage in evangelistic
work. He preaches his last sermon here
next Sunday evening.
For Sale or Rent.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter,
section 31, township 28, range 24.
Address owner, Peter Brown, St.
Joseph, Illinoir. - tf
WHEEZER OR SNEEZER?
Have Ton Heard of flyomei for Cat
arrh, Asthma and Hay Fever t
If you wheeze or sneeze, hawk or spit,
snuffle or blow, something is the matter
with the membrane of your respiratory
tract, and you need Hyomel.
And you need Hyomel because It will
cure you of any catarrhal or Inflamrja.
tory condition that exists.
It Isn't a stomach medicine, or spray,
or doncbe, but a very pleasant, healing
antiseptic balsam, from the eucalyptns
forests of Australia, You breathe this
balsamio air through a small, hard rub
ber Inhaler, and it reaobee every nook,
corner and crevice of the membrane.
and promptly kills tbe catarrh germs.
Palace Drug Co., will sell vou a corn
plate Hyomel (pronounced Hlgh-o-me)
outfit for 1.00,oo tbe money back plan.
''The use of Hyomel cured Mr. Cutler
of catarrh In 1904. He baa strongly en
dorsed tbe use of Hyome' many In
stances, and we are glad t go on reeord
regarding tbli marVlo catarrh cure,
and endorse, it." Mrs A. Cutler, 201
Post Ave., Battle Creek, Mich.
FROM DAISY DELL
Harloy Hazen, now of New, Mexico, is
back for a visit with his old friends.
Tbe wheat crop in this neighborhood
is looking ve,ry fine slnoe the March snow.
A. H. Holoway has purohased a fine
black Peroheron stallion which he will
keep at his place.
Mrs. Crawford who has been bedfast
for several weeks, ks much better atd is
able to sit up a part of the time,
Mrs. Klnkead, of Omaha, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Crawford, for
several weeks, left last Saturday tor her
. Mr. McCoy will close a very successful
term of sobool next Thursday. He has
been well liked as a teacher here during
tbe past winter.
Elmer Stofer, who has been very sick
with typhoid fever, Is Improving rapidly,
He Is under the charge of a skilled nurse
from Dodge City.
Messrs. McCoy, Madison and Goodman
a bachelor trio, took in tbe sights of
Bucklln last Saturday, and got away
without being "taken In."
uoionist Rates $25 to
California, Oregon, Washington
and many other destinations. Tick
ets on sale daily until April 30th.
Liberal stopovers, side trips. Var
sions- 1st and 3rd. Tuesdays of
each month, April 6th, next date.
Rates some cases less than one fare.
Limit 25 clays.
Winter Tourist. Tickets
on sale daily until April 3oth; points
in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New
Mexico, Mexico, Texas and many
For information concerning trip
descriptive literafure, or further
particulars. Inquire ticket office.
E. A. TEED, Agt.
DODGE CITY, - KANSAS.
Tho Cough Syrnp that
rids tho system of a cold
by acting as a cathartic on tho
flnj iho Stomachs and Bowels nf
Opium.'Mojrpuine nor Mineral.
KOTNAHCOTICi ., ,
Anrfecf Bemedv forConsffoa-
uess ffiidLOSS OF SLEEB
facsimile Signature of
The Kind You !!avo
Always Bough! J
BUST CTPT Vf WBABPEB.
Bees la the original laxative congh syrnp,
contains no opiates, gently more the
bowels, carrying tho cold off through tha
natural channels, Guaranteed to tin
satisfaction or money refunded.
PALACE DRUG STORE
Dra. Coonfield & Adams
Mrs. Coonfield or Adams in
attendance. Consultation "
and examination free.
Office over Bee Hive. Telephone No. 26
Dodqi Citt, Kansas
u u La
was almost like snaplng the oordi of life CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
for them and they were almost nro.tr. to, Bronchitis, CrouD. CouaHs anrl CnM o
with greif, but we must remember that!010" Sold and guaranteed by
she was one of those of whom the Master! PALACE DRUG STORE
Simpson & Ballou
We have removed from our former
rooms over the Bee Hive store to onr
new offices in the Sim pon Building
J. R. GARY
OFFICE II! MASOMC TEMPLE
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS
Hauling to Market
is now the farmer's chief
occupation. It costs just
as much for a heavy load
as a light one. So a ,
heavy load pays best,
You Need Good
for suchwork. Just such
a set as we are prepared
to sell you at a moderate
price. Get a set and you
can put on any load your
horses can pull without
the slightest fear that the
harness is not as good as
We also have the WONDER WASHER that
is sold on a positive guarantee, Come
and get one and try it.
We handle the Des Moines Hot Water Incubator
it gives universal success the world over.
K , . Call and see us at the old stand
1 1 S. MSI)
0 SUCCESSOR TO THE ZIMMERMANN
j HARDWARE & MANUFACTURING CO.
A . Russell
Thos. A. Scates
J. D. Coffey
E. H. Madison
Carl Van Riper
G. L. Finley
G. B. Van Arsdale
A. Russell, Pres. J. D. Coffey, Vice Pres.
G. B. Vak Arsdalb, G. B. Pose,
Cashier Ass't Cashier
Kansas State Bank
Capital Stock 820,000
Undivided Profit 01,000
Accounts received on terms consistent with
' good banking
SAFETY DEPOSITS BOXES FOR RENT ,
M. W. SUTTON CARL TAN EIPEfi
Sutton & Van Riper
Office In Hoorer Bids;. Podge City
BEESON BUILDING ! '
DODGE CITY, KANSAS
Residence Phone 1391
Office I'hone 350 .
Shipshewana King, 0962
Sired by Anteros 6020, sire of 44,
he by Electioneer 125,. (the only
horse to sire colts that have broken
nil the World's age records), on
his dams side he has a double
cross to Onward, backed up by
C. M. Clay and four crosses to
Gordon Reward 33813
Sired by Reward Jr. 23 156, record
2 tioj by Bourbon Wilkes sire of
98 dam by Prince Elwood 15020, '
a grand son of the mighty Nuf
wood. These horses will make
the 8eas3n of 1909 at the Dodge
City Fair Grounds.
For further information call on or address
PROUGIJ BrcOO. Dod0KccKys