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At li Bit Hill S FECIALS I
' From Follmer Clogg & Co,, of New York City, Umbrella Manufacturers, a large
i , j -; ' "' shipment of
In this lot you will find all the new up-to-date Handles, in Gold, Sterling Silver,
Burnt Wood and Mission. ,
They come in Black, Navy, Brown, Green and Purple, with Silk Cord and Tassel
and Silk Cover to match. Made to sell for 15 to $8.5o. Our prices while they last
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00
Now is your opportunity to get a good Umbrella
AT A LOW PRICE
You will find them equally service
able in sunshine or showers. Come
I the lines are broken : j : : :
Woods Liver Medicine is liver
regulator ythlch brings quick relief to
slok headache, constipation, biliousness
nd other symptoms of liver disorders.
Particularly recommended for Jaundice,
Chills, Fever, Malaria. The $1.00 size
oootalns 2 times as much as the 60o size.
Palace Drug Store.
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.
Jf 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.
WING & OILVV
LAWYERS A D ABSTRACTERS
14 AndllS ioovm Building
DODGE ITV, KAN
Simpson & Ballou
We have removed from our former
rooms over the Bee Hive store to our
new offices in the Sim pon Building
oir r-crtki Dim niMn
DODGE C1TT, ' V KANSAS
Residence Phone 1301
Office Phone S60
H. W. SUTTON GAEL TAN RIPER
Sutton I Van Riper
Office in Hoover flldjj. Dodf e City
Dvm. Coonflold & Adam
Mrs. Ooonfleld or Adams in ;
. attendance. Consultation
and examination free.
Office over Bee Hive. Telephone No. 26
. Dodos Crrr, Kiksas,
Bs It Rssolvsd.
Tbat whereas it has pleased our heaven
ly Father and Almighty to take oar dear
beloved brother Arthur 0. Delllnger,
from this world below to his realms
above to dwell with him in glory, and
his seat in our counoil is now vacant.
Therefore we. the Knights and Ladles of
Security of Dodge City Council No.
1382, do hereby extend our most earnest
and heart felt sympathy to the be
reaved .; family and friends of the
deoeased brother in this their sad bonr
of afflictions and we commend them to
the til wise and all powerful and sym
pathising God and Father, to put their
trust in him and ask Bis help and cons
fort, who slone can heal their wounded
hearts and give them joy and consolation.
Resolved, that our charter be draped
for thirty days In token of our sorrow
and lamentation. -
Farther be it Resolved, th theseat
resolutions be spread upon the minutes
of our counoil and a copy sent to eseh of
our city papers. '
fD. P. Racland
Committee Mrs. H. O. Dewar
I Mrs. J. e. Levy
- , Normal Institute.
The annual senion of the Ford county
Normal institute will be held at Dodge
City beginning on Monday, June 7th.
' All the teachers of Ford county, and
all those who expect to become teachers
are cordially Invited to be present on tbe
very first day of the session. Do not
wait for a week before you enroll. The
organization Is fairly completed now,
and tbe work will be as effective at tbe
beginning as on tbe last day.
. Tbe dally program wlll-.be found in
tbe back part of tbe Institute announce
ment, which will be sent out about May
As a large part of our teaching foroe
Is recruited from tbe ranks of the be
ginner or those who have had but little
experience, an effort will be made to
direct tbe Instruction so aa to be the
greatest good to this olaas of teachers.
We would suggest tbat the teacher limit
himself to five subjects, that tbe number
of classes may be reduced to the mini
mum, thus affording a longer period for
recitation and greater efficiency in in
struction. In a circular letter from the state
superintendent he has intimated that the
examination In Physics will be even
more elementary than it has been In tbe
past. This has been done In the hope
tbat more emphasis may be placed upon
the Important subject of English Liter
ature. A teacher who laoss a speaking
acquaintance with the best writers of our
language can not be a real success in tbe
schoolroom. A fairly extensive know,
ledge of literature Is necessary to teach
reading . with any degree of success.
Therefore we think it would be better to
give a little less attention to bare and
lifeless faots, and bestow greater thought
on tbe problems of lite, Its beauties and
possibilities, and on human nature and
on human action as revealed to us In
literature, ; J ;
The following classics will be used at
the Institute: Hiawatba. Snow-Bound,
Evangeline, Bip Van WlBkle, and Leg
end of Sleepy Hollow. These olasslcs
may be obtained of The Orvllle Brewer
Pub. Co., Chicago, 111,, at live , cents
eaoh. - . ... ",'
Jhe Normal Institute course of study
may be had by sailing at my office on
Saturday. Please do not ask me to send
you the course of study without sending
ten cents to cover postage. -
Hoping to see every teacher in this
county on hand Monday morning, June
7th, we remain yours truly, ,
Richard Bodyfield, Co. Supt
Owen Tulley made a trip to Dodge
Mrs, Klnkead of Dodge City spent
Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Cbarvoz.
Miss Madge Small of Buckhn visited
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Dsugharty of
Oklahoma visited Mr. Dougherty's
sister Mrs Tulley this week.
F. K. Baldrldge returned from Dodge
City Saturday where he has been assist
ing in the Dodge City schools.
Miss Kathleen Morrison and Irene
Delhi of Spearvllle visited with Miss
Morrison's parents over Sunday.
Mrs. T. M. Gray returned home from
Nakomls Saturday night where she was
called to tbe funeral of her father.
Miss Lois Balfour of Dodge City and
sister Iocs of Buoklln visited with their
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Balfour.
Tbe officers and citizens of tbe city
met in tbe city hall Monday night and
decided to have a fourth of July
Mies Euialla Nevlns returned home
from Topeka where she visited Mies
Alyce Gray and from Manhattan where
she" visited tbe K. S. A. C.
A. J. Foskuhl left Monday for Texas
where he expects to invest In some
land. His daughters Margaret and
Belle and son John went as far as
Dodge City with him.
Messrs. and Mesdames H. B. Herzer,
C. Laiug and W. C. Van Horne of Dodge
City spent Sunday wltbMr.sndMrs. E.O.
Snook. In tbe afternoon Mr. Herzer and
Lalng drove to their farm on the Mul
berry and report their oi ops looking good.
Mrs. L, K. Van Home, Rev. and Mrs.
William Steele attended tbe State as
sociation of the Congregational church
at Newton this week. Mr. and Mrs.
Steele returned home Friday but Mrs.
Van Horne will go to Wichita to visit
ber daughter Mrs. Keeler.
Mr and Mrs. J. Clark returned home
Tuesday from their trip in Wyoming.
Mr. Clark's brother James.and son Mllo
oame back with blm to take their first
view of Kansas. Mr. Clark reports the
northwestern states very cold aa It
snowed most of tbe time they were gone.
A Religions Author's statement
Rev. Joseph H. Fecperman, Salisbury,
N. C, who is tbe author of several books,
writes : "For several years I was afflloted
with kidney trouble and last winter I was
suddenly stricken with a severe pain in
my kidneys and was confined to bed eigh
days nnable to get up without assistance
I commenced taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy, and ibe pain gradually abated
and finally ceased. I cheerfully re
commend Foley's Kidney Remedy."
Did you read tbe Lumber Marketprloes
in this paper That's my prices, and I
hays one of tbe nicest and largest stocks
you eyer saw. You eaut lose me, I
have the stuff and mean business. Come
and see. M. H. Lum ft Co. .
A fine income residence property In
olty in Eastern Kansas which now has a
population of 15,000, located in tbe gas
belt; bouse piped for gas for three stoves
and overhanging lamps Also 3 corner
lots. Want olose In on tbe outskirts of
Dodge an Improved place to keep chick
ens. Inquire at Republican office. 33-2
TWO HEAVY RAWS,
bucklin and vicinity, visit
ed by fine rains this
week, and wheat
WEEK'S NEWS FROM BUCKLIN
I Preparations Being Made
For Observing Memorial
H. P. MeCaostland Is on a trip to Le
Roy Kans., at this writing.
R. B, Lee Is atjWlchita this week at
tending a photographers convention.
G, F. Trsger returned Friday night
from a business trip to Bates county Mo.
0. A. Hayes, editor of the Bucklin
Banner, went to Fowler Tuesday to play
Don't forget It, be sure ana come to
Bucklin on Decoration day Monday,
May 31iU There Is always something
doing here on that day.
C. H. Christopher b excavating for the
foundation of a new residence on Ford
Ave., and Maple street. He will build a
modern residence there.
Tbe smile on the faoes of the farmers
that I bave seen to-day is broader than it
has been recently, and with tbe rest of
us it Is about the same way. It is caused
by tbe great rain we had last night.
Tbe Memorial sermon at Bucklin will
be preached by Rev. A. E. Henry of
Guymon Okla. Tbe services will be at
11 o'clock a. m. May 30th; this will be a
memorial servloe by all the churches.
Tbe Bucklin State Bank has increased
its capital from ten to twenty-five
thousand dollars; tbe management of
this bank think tbat .this move will pro
tect their depositors as much as tbe
political protection now required tbe
County SuryeyorGlennwas In Bucklin
last week and did some preliminary
work toward establishing a grade for
side walks on main streets. He had tu
leave before he bad tbe Job completed
bat we expect him to return in tbe near
E,E. Willhite has bought tbe black
smith and wagon shop of J, N. Tanner.
The shop is located on Main street; Mr.
Willhite changes occupations, from
lumberman and thresher man, to that of
blarksmltblng. J. N Tanner bought
a threshing outfit of E E. Willhite and
Mr. Tanner becomes a thresberman.
A fine rain Tuesday- night, commenc
ing at about 9 o'clock p. m. Monday
there was a fine rain of between one and
one half and two inobes In Bucklin and
vicinity. I' puts tbe ground in fine
shape for the growing crops and it Is
specially good on tbe wheat, which was
feeling the effects of tbe dry weather. ,
J, H. Delllnger and wife, J. W. Dell
lnger, J. A. Lynch and wife and Mrs.
F. A. Gresbam were among those who
went from Bucklin to Dodge City Tues
day to attend tbe funeral of Arthur
Delllnger, the young man who was
killed on the Santa Fe work train near
Great Bend, Kans., In the storm on
Friday May 14th, 1909.' '
When you get ready to write tbat ball
Insurance, remember tbat we bave the
Connectioutt. There is nothing better,
pays yeur loss in full, no matter how
small or large. L. L. Taylor St Co.
Rooms 1-2-3-4. Opera House Block.
See Wing A Ogllvy for farm ioans. tf
CASTOR I A
ror Infiuiti and Children.
Bs Yug ta Always Bought
2-hom power Gasoline Engine
water cooler Jn perfect working
order, practically good as new.
1 ColtYearling, will make a large
1 Square Piano-cheap.
F. A. ET1UCK
Office in Milton Building, corner
Chestnut street and First avenue.
- ' Phone 240.
Walk - Over Shoes
Ever Notice Our
If not will you make it point
to do so tbe next time you are ia
the neighborhood? ;
It will pay you we know
Here's a picture of one
In our show window
COME AND SEE HOW MUCH BETTER THE SHOES
LOOKS THAN THE PICTURE
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Vici Kid, Straight Lace, Odd Shape Model, Price $3.80
Summer s Call !
Do You Hesxr It?
Doesn't the waking season arouse thoughts of tumbling sutf, placid
lakes, mountain climbing, the quest for the elusive fish, the gay life of the
resorts, of riding, golfing, automobile trips; or create a yearning for indul
gence in your own particular pastime?
If you hear it, heed it.
Where Should You Go?
Choose from among the following:
Colorado, California, The Grand Canyon,
Yosemite Valley, The Northwest,
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition.
Los Angeles, San Francisco or San Diego
a.nd Return. $50,00.
For the same trip one way via Portland and Seatle, $65.00.
Tickets on sale May 6 to 13, inclusive; June 1 and 2; June 24 to July
io, inclusive, and July 27 to August 6, Inclusive. -
Final limit October 31, 1909. Liberal stopover privileges.
Slightly higher fares on other dates during the summer.
Santa Fe service and the famous meals by Harvey. Could anything
more be desiredl
Plan now. Read up about the country and its at
tractions. Get free folders issued account the Elks
meeting; theN. E. A-; Colorado; the great Exposition,
the Grand Canyon, and elsewhere.
E. A, TEED, Agent.
Dodge City, Kansas
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under Lis per-
fjf-f-J1- sonal supervision since its infancy.
Xllow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterieits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment..
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
- substance Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms,
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowo! ", giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's 'v . o Che Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You HaYO Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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