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Special Sale of La dies' Tailored Suits m Week S Saturday, May 29th, to Saturday, June 5th . We have left of the spring" line zo suits ranging in price from $i5,to $40 which we have decided to close out at greatly re', duced prices. They come in tan, blue, grey, green, brown and black. Every suit neatly tailored and good values at regular pri ces. But the time for them to go has arrived and while they last wewillsell at the following prices $ 15 Suits in this sale at $11.50 520 Suits in this sale at' 15.00 $25 Suits in this sale at 19.50 $30 Suits in this sale at 22.50 $40 Suits in this sale at 29.50 Remember, every suit is a 1909 spring style, no carried over or back number garments and are good values at regular prices. The supply is limited and when these are gone there , will be no more at the prices quoted for this sale GEO. T. MARTIN. d6ooe ZSS, Woods Liver Medlolne Is a liver regulator which brings quick relief to ilok headache, constipation, blllousnesa and other symptoms of liver disorders. Particularly recommended (or Jaundice, Chills, Fever, Malaria. The $1.00 l contains 2 times as much as the SOo size. Palace Drug; Store. BE SURE 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 FIRE INSURANCE 1 will be glad to give you the benefit of my long experience In the business: 7. UOOLIDGE WING & OIL VY LAWYER.8 A D ABSTRACTERS -' 14 AndllS rioov.r Building Phon 590 DODGE IT V, Gimpson & Ballou dentists ' We have removed from onr former rooms over the Bee Hive store to onr 'new offices in the Brnt'on Building Dodfre City : . .Haa R. W. HELLWARTH ...DENTIST... . BEESON BUILDING ; DODGE CITT, . KANSAS Residence Phone 1391 Office Fhone 350 M. W. SUTTON CARL YAJf BlPElt Sutton & Van Riper LAWYERS Office In Hoover Dldir. Dodge City Drs. Coon Held Si Adams OSTEOPATHS Mrs. Coondeld or Adams In attendance. ConsultHtloo ud examination free. - Officii over Bee Hive. Telephone No. 26 UODOS I ITT, KANSAS FROM ENTERPRISE J. B. Klnkade, who bag been visiting here with bis sons, left Wednesday for bis home at Caney, Kansas. Mrs. N J. Nolder, wbo has been visit ing bere with ber son, J. B Nold. r, left Saturday for ber bome at Mackevllle, Kansas. - Misses Mamie Partlow, Eunice Tripp, L'zzle Stlgglne, Norton, Askew and oth ers, attended tbe plcnlo held last Wednes. day on Mulbeaiy near R. W. Early's. All report a pleasant time. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hsvereroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ollpbant and a number of others went fhblng on Mulberry creek last Wednesday. Mrs. Roby and Miss Amanda Harding were uneeU at dinner on Friday last with Sirs. R L Klnkade. J. B. Nolder made a trip to the Mul berry, last Tuesday to Investigate the fibbing. . Mr. P. D, Collins has been very sick Ibis week but Is reported as Improving. Mr. Fllmore, from (Joshing, Oklahoma. Is here looking for a locatloo and visit ing with bli father-in-law, J. T. Olt. Enterprise played ball against tbe Ford team last Friday, resultlog In a (core of Ford, 19, and Enterprise, 8 Tbe two trams will play again next Saturday at Zack Hagcra', In Enterprise towt slilp. Tbe dry spell was brokeo last Saturday 0y a gentle ralp of an Inch. Tbe church services and Sunday school were not held last Sunday on account of the rainy weather. R. L. Klnkade made a business trip to Mlnneola this week. r Some of tbe wheat In Enterpalse town ship is beginning to bead out. SAWLQ3 VALLEY. V A nice rain ft 11 bere on Tuuriday afternoon. . Wailaoe Devon marketed bogs In Dodge City last Saturday. Clifford Metres visited over Sunday with tbe McClelland bojs. Several from tbls neighborhood attend ed a social given at tbe borne of tbe Metcalfs, In tbe ShtlJon dlstilot, last Thursday evening. Kt v. Smith of Speaivllle, prfacbed at tbe Sa lng school house last Sunday. Mrs. Conaway was a visitor at tbe bome of Mrs. MoCleDand last Tbunday. Real estate agents were numerous In this pirt of tbe county during tbe past wefk, showing our beautiful farms to prospective aettlen. . r Mary McClelland, Lottie Stark and William McClelland attended Sunday school In Bell Center district last Sunday. - Luther Devoe and family were visitors In Dodge City on last Friday. . Howard MoCIelland . made a trip to Dodge ( Ity last Thursday and purubased a new buggy. Farmers Attention When you get resdy to write tout ball insurance, remember that we have the Connecticut. There Is nothing better, pays your loss In full, no matter how small or large." L. L. Tatlor A, Co. Rooms 12 8-4. Opera House Block. See Wing 4 Ogllvy tor farm loans.' I President Taft says we mast "re strain the fools." Well out this way the federal courts have bten issuing qnite a number of in junctions. Lloyd Clarke, who has just died at Long Branch, N. J., after a record of forty year as a locomotive driver, in that time running passenger enginee more than 2,000,000 miles, had never killed a passenger. An American mining promoter who forgot the formality of first es tablishing aome relation with a mine, has been arrested over in France. Tbe French seem to be particular. Over here each a man is muck-raktd. Attorney Oeneral Wickersbam, who appeared before the angast U. S. Supreme court in a light colored aack coat tbe other day, would prob ably sit in the presence of 26 Broad way in his shirtsleeves. He is no re spector of persons. So many women have been willing to become school directors in Phila delphia, and those who have had an opportunity have done such good work, that the cause of woman tuf frage has gained more, Philadelpbians say, than many years of preaching and teaching would have accom plished. Gen. Samuel F. Lawrence, of Mas sachusetts, has succeeled to 1he highest in Masonary in this country. This has come about through tbe res ignation by Judge Henry L. Palmer of Milwaukee Wis. of the position of most puissant sovereign, Ancient Free and Accepted Scottish Bite, thirty-third degree, for the northern jurisdiction uf tbe United slates. A Guaranteed Cough remedy is Bees Ltxitive Couvh Syrup, For couybs coid, wboopinir-couKh boarsene s and all bronchial aftotloos. B.)Kt for children because it is quick to relieve and tastes good Oently laxHtlv. CATARRH mm. teas 3 rYORir Ely's Cream Balm . . This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Clve Satisfaction. OlVIt MLIIP AT ONCt. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. Ik eurea Catarrh and drives away a Cold In the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Tate and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied Into the ncmtrils and absorbed. Large Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail! Trial Size, 10 cents by mail ( ELY BROTHERS, 66 Wsrrsn St., New York. SOMETHING TO FALL BACK ON. Theughtful Wife Had Provided Hue band with a Sample. He stood irresolutely In front of the woman's stocking counter for a few minutes, then with a determined ex pression on his face he elbowed his way between two women shoppers and accosted tbe saleslady. "Have you any light blue stockings T" he said; "you see I" - "Cents' furnishings, third counter to the left," drawled the girl, as she reached for a box on the upper shelf. "No, I don't want them for myself," said the man, getting red. "You see, my wife Is in the country and she wants me to get two pair of light blue silk stockings for her." "Oh, what size?" asked the girl, with a foolish smile. "Well, that's what I have been try ing to figure out," confessed the mail, growing nervous. "Don't they all come about the same size? Tou see, she told me the size, but I can't recall it.'.' "Oh, no; they run in half sizes, from 6 to 14," giggled the girl. "Huh," said tbe man; ."well, I sup pose I will have to do it," and he reached in his Inside pocket and slow ly drew out Ta dainty light blue stock ing. "She gave me this In case I forgot," he said, In confusion. RESTFUL TO EYE8 AND NERVES. Green Is One of Nature's Cures fer Worry and Fatigue. "If the whole of London were painted green It would have a wonder ful effect upon the health and spirits f us Londoners," said one of tbe lead ing specialists to a Mirror writer. "Eyesight and health are most closely connected, and among town dwellers eyesight ' is steadily deteriorating. Green is one of nature's cures for worry and fatigue. Watch a man who is worrying or tired out and see bow often he will wander to a window from which he can gaze on a tree in leaf. Instinctively his eyes seek the restful green of the foliage. A great deal of the good obtained from a visit to the country is from the incessant environment of the green fields and green leaves. "A green room, too, is a splendid thing. I know of a case of a popular actress who could never understand why It was that In a 'certain room in her house she could always rest so much better than 14 any other one. She mentioned the fait to me one day, and I pointed out to hv that the paper and furniture were entirely green." See Dictionary and Get Light. The chap who patronises cheap res taurants picks up numerous Ineradic able wrong notions which he persists in repeating to such acquaintances as sit at his feet and swallow his ipseV dixits. "Now," he wHl spout, "every body knows that 'rarebltt is vegetable, while 'rabbit' might be either flesh or fowl. So we have Long Island rabbit a bare; and Long Isioad rarebit of a fowl A restaurant man is lucid If not right" But he doesn't tell where the toast, the ale, the cheese, the sauce and the baking powder come in! Nor does he tell why this delect aele dish Is called "Welsh." There are famons Welsh hares, tbe finest of bunting; but why should cheese and toast, etc., make a Welsh rabbit? Why not a Scotch rabbit? Why not a Texas rabbit? Why not a Jack rabbit, the noblest animal of his race? More light, more light! This thing Is hazy. Puzzle for Cupid. A young man named Jamie had been calling quite often where there were two sisters of nearly the same age. It was a sort of Joke to the girls as to which was tbe attraction, as be invari ably asked for both and divided his at tention impartially. One evening when he called only one of the girls was at home by arangement but, as usual, he asked her to sing, as they were all fond of music. In a spirit of mischief she sang. "Take Me, Jamie, Dear," which left him rather breath less, but smiling. A. little later the other sister came In, bright and be witching, and upon being requested to sing she sat down at the piano will ingly and sang, "If Jamie Asks Me to Marry Him What Shall I Say?" Ladies' Home Journal. Civility of Cornish Folk. Here let me record how pleasant It Is to travel about in tbe country dis tricts in Cornwall. Few of the people you meet cross your path without passing the time of day. If you ask the way you are Invariably answered civilly. You are not told to go straight on and then ask again. No, you are directed with great minuteness of de tail as to the proper course you should take. As likely as not, so I have found It, your casually picked up friend will say after an elaborate explanation of tbe right way that you will never find It alone and set off with you to the point you wish to gain. London Antiquary. A "Perpetual" Lamp. " The "perpetual lamp" of Prof. Mo Ush Is a glass flask of gelatine sup porting a colony of phosphorescent bacteria. The light Is less than that of a candle, but Is sufficient for pho tography, and germinating peas and lentils turn to it as a source of en ergy. Being without heat rays, it rep resents the much-sought cold light These Punsters! "Speeder found his garage full of mail boys laBt night, all drunk. They had been Inhaling the fumes from his gasoline tank." . "What the doctors call autointoxi cation, eh?" Walk - Over Shoe; Ever Notice Our Windows? If not will you make it a point to do so the next time you are in the neighborhood? It will pay you we know Here's a picture of one of our ' ; In our show window CONE 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 $3.50 212 Chestnut Street City SHOE Store Summers Call ! Do You Hea.r It? Doesn't the waking season arouse thoughts of tumbling surf, 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-Padfic Exposition, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Sa.n Diego tvnd 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 1; June 24 to July 10, 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 desired! . Plan now. Read up about the country and its at tractions. Get nee folders issued account the Elks meeting; theN. E. A ; C"lorado; the great Exposition, the Grand Canyon, and elsewhere. E. A. TEED. Agent Dodge City, Kansas PS ran 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 his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good' are but Exnerunents that trifle with and endanger the health of lmants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and bowoin, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's - ,- .. v tfio Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of He Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tut etrtu nwu, tt au.Knr mm, 10m ity. " Subscribe to the Globe-Republican