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I? Any one contemplating buying a sewing machine, will do well to see us before
JJ doing so, as we have a good assortment, at prices thfit will convince you that
jj we are intending to sell them. We carry the Domestic, Goodrich, Rugby and
!I Vassar, also the latest and best of all machines, The "Free." There are
( twenty reasons why you should buy the "Free" in preference to any other.
. Most Deautnui.
Handsome, convenient, substantial furnitare.
Latest improved sewing machine. '
?4 10. Needle cannot be pat in wrong.
it 11. Longest wearing self threading shuttle.
12. Shuttle ejector.
Does not show dust
Antomatio drawer locks.
Neatest, strongest, simplest antomatio lift.
Belt does not come off above or below.
Rotary spool pin. ' -Automatic
13. Antomatio head latch.
14. Strongest most perfect feed-no 'springs.
15. Lightest running head Botoscillo ball bearing
16. Lightest running ball-bearing stand.
17. Makes perfect stitch on lightest or heaviest
18. Latest improved attachments does all kinds of
19. Absolute warranty.
20. Price lowest for high grade machines.
U Come in and examine our machines, pianos, Refrigerators, pictures, rugs,
8 carpets, as well as our large furniture stock. We can deliver the goods when
,j it comes to quality, and at a price that cannot be beat.
Qiiy ' Furniture
Hereafter Ibe Globe-Republican will
charge for publishing advertisements of
.flhnrnh or benefit entertainments Ave
mh(i no. Una f.?r Aanh fnaortlnn. Pnr
Beaolutloni a charge of $1.00 will be
made, and for Cards of Thank a charge
of 25 cents.
Money to loan on real estate. See
1 H. Young. tf
Mis Violet Watsoi was a Ford visitor
Gilbert Avery, of Kinsley, spent Sun
day visiting Dodge City friends.
Will Cain, of Wllburn, was In Dodge
en business lait Monday.
Delay la taking Foley's KidneBem-
edy If you have backache, kidney or
bladder trouble, rasteus the disease upon
you and makes a cure more difficult.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney Kern
edy today and you will toon be well.
Why risk a serious malady? The Palace
Misses Reida and Elsie Davis, wbj
bid been visiting friends In Dodge fur
several days, returned to their home at
B M. Murphy and family returned from
'Hutchinson Saturday, where tbey bd
been visiting for a few days Tbey made
the trip In their oar in hair a day.
Everyone would be benefitted by tak
ing Foley's Orino Ltxailve tor stomach
and liver trouble and habitual constipa
tion. It sweetens, the stomach and
breath, gently stimulates the liver and
regulates the bowels and is much snpe
rlor to pills and ordinary laxatives. Why
not try Fr ley's Onno Laxative today?
The Talaee Drug Store.
A. K. Stoffer, of Liberal, Kansas, was
a visitor In Dodge City on Monday of
this week. Mr. Stoffer Is au old time
newspaper man and stockman In Western
Kansas. He quit the newspaper business
several yars ago and went Into the stock
business When the range began to play
out be left the eattle business, and last
year went Into the newspaper business
again, at Liberal.
The surest and easiest way to cure a
eougb or cold Is by gently and freely
Dovlngtbe bowls. Bees Laxative Cougb
Syrup Is pleasant, stops tne cougbiog
and quickly relieves the cold by allay
Ing congestion and by pleasantly and
promptly moving the bowels. Sold by
The Palaoe Drug Store.
Brick Bond, of the Palace Drug Com
pany, who has been spending bis sum.
oners In Idaho for several tears past, re
turned from the mountains to his bead
quarters at Sand Point, Idaho, last week
with a bear, a deer, and a great bunch of
trout Mr. Bund's bunting and Ashing
stories that be writes borne are taken In
a different way than most people's would
be. Everybody believes just what be
wiKes, lie has been a westerner so
long, andhss killed to many herds of
buffalo, so many deer and so many beart,
that he would take no Interest la exaggerating.
Hurry Herzer spent Sunday at Ford.
Miss Rose Madden left Wednesday for
a tlait with friends at Wichita.
Miss Alma Smith Is tbe assistant book
keeper at tie York Key this week.
Miss Marie Coffey went to Stafford
Tuesday to visit friends for a week.
Floyd Manary, of Icgalls, was visiting
relatives and friends In Dodge Monday.
Misset Pearl and Myrtle Dowdy aiid
Minnie Wtnegartb spent Sunday In Gar
Conductor Milo McKee has been given
a run on passenger trains 6 and 6 on tbe
Mr. Frlok, sear Ensign, has 400 acres
In wbest this season that Is expected to
make 20 to 25 bushels to tbe acre.
Miss Kula Edwards, of Larned, was
in Uodge City ibe fore part of tbe week
visiting ber aunt, Mrs. S. T. Williams.
Tbe Socialists will have a meeting at
the park on' next Sunday afternoon, at
wnion tnere win De an address bv J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Williams enter
tained Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson
at a 9 o'clock dinner last Thursday eve
ning. MlssKatheryn Garth, of Larned, ar
rived In Dodge City Saturday for a few
days visit with her sister, Mrs. R. P.
Miss Francis ilealrs entertained Misses
Relda and Elsie Davis, of Buokllo, and
Miss Iva Dye and Will Redwlne at si
o'clock dinner Sunday.
LOST Ladies watcb, bunting case,
Initials G. A E. on fob. Lost between
race track and post office. Return to this
office and receive reward.
Some of E. E, Smith's friends here,
wbo have beard Irom blm, say, that be Is
breaking all of his previous records la
fishing at his summer home in Wisconsin.
Mrs. Jennie Avery bas returned from
ber trip to Manfleld, Pa., and Is the
guest of Mrs. S. T. Williams. She will
start for ber home at Sliver City, Idaho,
this week. ,
J. H. Dupree expeets to be numbered
among the potato klogs of Ford county
this tear Ha will h.ip tvmt fVMl hmh '
els of fine -Murpbys" on bis Duck Creek
farm. Tbe crop is practically made tow,
Leon Gilbert went tn Tnmlla iha firm
of the week, where he will act as time
keeper for the Arkansas Valley Irriga
tion Conatruntlnn (Inmnanv vhlnh ( In
cba'ge of tbe work on tbe Eureka canal
Governor Stnliha win a vlalrnrln TWl.ro
City tor a few hours Monday evening,
while on bis return from Garden City,
where be spoke at a celebration, Garden
City bad a real celebration, including a
big rain storm Monday.
A Dartv of Santa Fe nfllmri nma In
from a western trln last Fri.lav
several nights In Dod :e City. Vloe
Preiident Kendricks, General Manager
Hurley of ihe Eastern Grand Division,
and General Manager Kouns of the
Western Grand Dlvinlnn. ntjnrnl
Intendent Parker, Chief Engineer Morse
ana uenersi rassenger Agent Connell
were In tbe party. Superintendent Tlee
and Trainmaster Coffey from Dodge,
aeoompaoled tbe party down the road
VETERANS' TRIBUTE TO LEE.
Knabe, Bush & Gerts, Kimball, Iver & Pond,
Price & Teeple, Smith & Barnes, and many other
Pianos carried in stock. r We will guarantee to; sell
you a Good Piano for less than any out of town
dealer. We have a few special . bargains in used
Pianos. Cjome. in and see.
P. H. YOUNG mUSIC HOUSE
ftos' I .piesalve 8cene of the Civil
. it Was That After Surrender
Men who saw the defeated genera
when he came forth from the chamber
where he bad signed the articles of
capitulation say that be paused a
moment as his eyes rested once more
on the Virginia hills; smote bis bands
together as though In some excess of
Inward agony, then mounted his gray
horse, Traveler, and rode calmly
If that was the very Gethsemane of
his trials, yet he must have had
then one moment of supreme, . It
chastened, joy. As be rode quietly
down the lane leading from the
scene of capitulation, he passed
Into view of his men of such as
remained of them. The news of
the surrender had got abroad and they
were waiting, grief-stricken and de
jected, upon the hillsides, when they
caught sight of their commander on
the gray horse. Then ensued one of
the most notable scenes of the history
of the war. In an Instant they were
about him, bareheaded, with tear-wet
eyes; thronging him, kissing his hand
his boots, his saddle; weeping; cheer
ing him amid their tears; shouting his
name to the very skies. He said:
"Men, we have fought through the war
together; I have done my best for you;
my heart Is too full to say more."
From "Robert E. Lee, the Southerner,"
by Thomas Nelson Page, published by
WANTED HIS FAVORITE ALIVE.
MAKE ALL COMERS WELCOME.
Turkish Feast In Which Open House
Is Very Literally the Order
of the Day.
Every year In Turkey, In tbe month
of Ramazan, u they term It which is
the month when the Koran was re
vealed, in 26 parts, to Mohammed it
waa for years a general custom in Tur
key for the Turks to open their houses
at 12 o'clock, the Turkish sunset time,
to strangers, and any one was per
mitted to enter and take supper, a
meal the Turks call ovlftar, during
', No matter how poor or how rich the
persons, and whether a complete
stranger or near friend, they come Just
before the sunset hour, and all are
jseated at the truly hospitable table be
fore 12 o'clock. Immediately after the
troar of the cannons announces sunset
(the Turks eat either an olive or a date,
jit being the legend that the holy
prophet did this, and those who smoke
may begin as goon as the date or
olive, supposed to be the fruits of
'paradise, disappears. Then come jel
Dies, as It is a belief In Turkey that
aweets "collect the senses," whatever
that may mean. Oddly enough, soups
follow the sweets, and then after that
ggs cooked In butter are served, fol
lowed In turn by mutton chops or
Roasted meat; these are succeeded by
vegetables, and the vegetables by a
sort of sugarless pudding, called beu
rek, and after this the famous baclava,
After all this more meat courses,
flsh, and the, vegetables are served,
and such sweets as rice milk, (gullaj
isudlaj), native blanc mange (mahalle
bl), pllaf with hlshab or Junket
(yaourt), and coffee.
DESIGN IN SHIFTING BUREAU
Suggestion of Sherlock Holmes Found
: Useful by Girl Who Likes to Be
Apparently, the room was comfort
able, but It had one Insurmountable
"There is only one place to keep the
bureau," Bald the tall girl; "therefore
I cannot live here. I must have a
room large enough to permit hauling
the bureau around. Here it will have
to stand always so the light from the
(window will strike my left side while
I dress. That would be detrimental to
the small share of good looks now pos
sessed by my right side.
.. "Sherlock Holmes put me on to the
necessity of switching my looking
glass around every little while, If I
wish to preserve a uniformity of good
looks. He pointed out that the side
of the body that the light strikes most
directly while dressing will always be
best groomed. The hair will be curled
more artistically, the powder be laid
on more smoothly, and even the
clothes will be arranged more becom
ingly. This being so, It stands to rea
son that the side that gets most at
tention constantly la going to improve
in the same ratio that the neglected
side deteriorates, and that the person
mho dresses for months before a glass
that always stands in the game posi
tion aa regards the light is going to
get really lopsided so far as good
looks are concerned."
The top-floor girl sighed reflectively.
"I wonder," she said, "if that is the '
reason my hair is so much thinner on
the right side. I'm going right straight
borne and move my bureau."
Peculiar Order Placed by 8mall Dev
otee of Popular "Alice In
The son and heir is seven years old
old enough to spell out, with helps
over the hard words," "Alice In Won
derland," and to enjoy it hugely, espe-.
dally the memorable duet between
the Mock TurUe and Griffin. Recent-.
ly, as a great treat, he was permitted !
to accompany his pretty young aunti
to luncheon at one of New York's I
famous restaurants, and, as a crown
ing Joy, Invited to select his own del-1
lcacies. Long and earnestly he pon
dered over the bill of fare; then his
eyes grew big and his face illumined
as he laboriously read the list of soups.
"Yes, thank you, I've preclded what
I want," he said with nervous gaiety;
then with an Impressive knitting .of
bis brows be addressed tbe attentive
waiter; "I'll have one very, very
small mock turtle, but don't make It,
Into soup just bring it along alive
and kicking." Lilian Dynevor Rice In
Woman's Home Companion.
He Waa No Hayseed.
Many years ago when Londoners
bad not the excursion facilities for
getting into the country that they en
joy now, Charley, a cockney friend,
was staying at a farmhouse and soon
made himself at home. Charley, with
his pipe, waa wandering around, close
ly examining tbe tops, ends and sides
of a certain trim, well-made object
fenced around in a paddock. He stared
at it a little while, then shook his
"What are you looking for, Char
ley?" "Where'a the door and the windows,
. "Doors and windows? Why, that's
"No fear, uncle; you don't humbug
hie. Hay doesn't grow in lumps like
that." Tit Bits.
Literature and Dreams.
Robert Louis Stevenson owed much I
of his inspiration to dreams. In one
passage he attributed some of his fin
est work to the "brownies" who ten
anted his brain during moments of
unconsciousness. "The Strange Case
of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" owes its
origin to a dream. "I had long been
trying to write a story on thlg sub
ject," writes Stevenson, "to find a
body, a vehicle, for that strong sense
of man's double being which must at
times come In upon and overwhelm
the mind of every thinking creature .
, . For two days I went about rack
ing my brains for a plot of any sort;
and on the second night I dreamed the
scene at the window, and a scene aft
erward split in two, in which Hyde, j
pursued for some crime, took the pow- j
der and underwent the change in the
presence of his pursuers. All the rest'
was made awake and consciously, al
though I think I can trace In much of
U the manner of my brownlQg,"
Wall from a Walter.
The waiter spoke indignantly.
"Men go about," he said, "com
plaining of being mistook for wait
ers, but It is on the other foot really
that the shoe rests. Us waiters are
the complainants in these cases of
mistaken identity. Our kicks are sin
cere. The others' ring false. For
at dances, and balls, and such like
crushes many a young man makes
money by being mistook for a waiter.
How does he make money? Why, he
Is tipped, and all them tips he pockets,
never thinking of handing them over
to their 'ightful owners. At every
big affair we count on a loss of five
per cent. ; on the dishonest advan
tage that impecunious young swells
take of being mistook for waiters."
! Goodness Is a large, often a perspec
tive, word; like harvest, which at one
stage when we talk of It lies all under
ground, With an Indeterminate future;
Is the germ crosDerina in the dark
ness? At another, it has Just put forth
idellcate green blades, and by and by
the trembling blossoms are ready to
ibe dashed off by an hour of rough
wind or rain. Each stage has Its pe
culiar blight, and may have the healthy -life
choked out of it by a particular ac
tion of the foul land which rears Or
neighbors It, or by damage brought
from foulness afar. George KHot.
3DO "3TOU HEA R, IT?
Doesa't the waking season arouse thoughts of Tumb ling 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 Indulgence 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
Yt -Semite Valley 'The Northwest
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
Los Angeles, San Francisco or San Diego and Return
For the same trip one way via Portland and Seattle, $65.00
Tickets on sale June t to July 10, Inclusive; and July 27 to August C, In
elusive. Final limit to October 31st, 1909. Liberal stopover privileges
Slightly higher fares on o'her dates during the summer.
Santa Fe service and the famous meals by Harvey. Could anything more
Plan now. Read up about the country and its attractions.
Get folders Issu freeed account the Elks meeting; the N.
E. A. ;Colorodo; the great Exposition, the grand Canyon
E. A. TEED, Agent
Dodge City, Kansas
SSI II R
Paying for Experience
A severe "belly ache" is the price paid for the fun of
eating green apples. Mamma told them not to do it, but it
took actual experience (0 convince them.
We say the same thing about green lumber. It may
look right, but after It is in the job a while, it 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
seasoned lumber, don't take any chances, but come to us for
it. It will cost you no more than the other kind will else
where. THE T.lcCURDY LB'R CO.
A atP 4rA Via anronfe (rr fliA fminAofiPiifr PIrp Tncursinrp rnmnnnv
JJ IMC iaivoi vuuiraiij witling tit is iiiouiMiiwvi tuu itiouiv
with them and have a loss you will be paid promptly. Before in
suring elsewhere it will pay you to see us.
Dadse City Mill and Elevator Co,
J..H. HILL YER Manager
Dealers in '
FEED, FLOUR AND GRAIN