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Good Enough Gang Plows We especially recommend the Good Enough Gang Plow, for it is designed to supply a durable and thoroughly reliable gang plow at a moderate coat. The front forrovr wheel is set obliquely and is connected with the rteeriog lever. No other gang plow is provided with this feature. The plow can be operated either with or without pole. Mado right and lefthand. Opening a New Department. - ;-' ' Alter deciding to carry a line of Farming Implements we spent several months in investigating the different lines. After much stiidyjve decided that the. Moline Company's products were best adapted to the conditionts prevailing in this country; therefore we have just unloaded a complete line of these celebrated imple ments 5 cars in all including every implement needed for farming in thip com munity,' Our hiigh standard of: quality that prevails "throughout this store, was again taken into consideration, and we firmly believe that we Kjive the best to be had, v Western Belle Lister and Drill The moat practical and effoient toot of its kind on the market Moldboards and shares are made of the finest hardened soft center steel, and is equip-1 ped with a listing plow that will do perfect work in ' any kind of so'l. Chilled bearings are used on all parts subject to ' wear. The", droping mechanism has the reputation of being the best made. . ! a XT ft At Tha Economy Die Harrows The Economy disc harrow acknowledges no equal. There is no another harrow on the market that presents so many valuable features. Tbe frame bars are of high carbon sttel, as stiff and hard as can be had. The discs are heavy, with long sharp bevel, and nicely polihhed. The spools have 4 large face that acts as a brace for center of disc and prevents breaka ge in rough work. Many other important features. Write or call for further information. Steel Pipe and U-Bar Harrows '.... ','.'' ' , . These Harrows have attained a wide reputation for strength, xlurabilityr ease of handling, and adaptability for Terious kinds of woilr. Tbe Brctiris are made with 30 or 35 tqnare steel teeth. A lever is attached to each sec tion so as to give tbe desired slant to the teeth; any change or slant may be made without stoppiog tbe team. Sections are independent and will not interfere when turning. " ; Monitor Disc Drills. They are built of tbe best materials by the best mechanics on crrrect mechanical lines and are tested before leaving the factory! They are positively one third lighter draft than any . other machine of equal size. : They are the nly drills that can not be cloged. They are tbe only machine that put all the Beeds at the bottom of a clean, wide furrow at an even depth in two rows land cover tbe same with an nnifoim amount of earth. Tbey require one-ttfth less seed to be used than is re quired by other machines. 35 Reasons Why the Mandt Wagons Are The Best Read carefully the thirty-five reasons why It Is tbe cheapest wagon on ibe market- It costs no more than tin) ordinary w ago o and Is worth at least double tbe money. I. It Is manufactured from tbe very best and tbor ouiblvjeasiined material. 3. if excels all others In good looks, fialsb and proportion, 'A Ills the easiest running wagon In tbe world 4 'Ire gears bo b front and bind, are cllpoed Instead of bolted and bave the T G. Mandt patented circle posts. S. Tfce skeins baye a malleable and dust and sand proof caliar 4 The fkelns have extra strong bell, are heavier on under side or wearing part 7 'lite ax1?) bave our new Improved flat steel truss. 8. Axles bave braces from under side of skeins to 9. lie wheels hive black bi ch hubs and best of oak spoke. 10. tbe wheels have b"?t white 0k felloes, bolted and cliuiwi joints, ai,d bave heavy tires' II. 1 be oes are rlvlted at each side spoke, 1-2. The tongue ep Is 34 Inches long wit h a eaftey cutcti 13. " 'fbi toogue is steel striped Its entire length unriernAatb. 14. The anitle steel front hound Is re-lnforced with wood, funning from axels to bound. 15. Tue adjustable toogue spring. 16. Tbe s eel lock bolster plate 17. Tbe status are hollow steel with extension woden stakes. 18 The front axle and sand-board are gra Iron plated preventing be reacb from wearing, 19 Tbe front end of reach has Iron plates forming a bushlBg la king bolt bole. 20. The reacb has hardened tempered steel rub lroDS 21. 22. 8 24 25 The steel extension plate with lock nut. The Mandt patent gMo nut wagon wrench. Tn concave cut under rub Iron. The self centering box rod nuts. Tne side boards and end boarJs all bave hard- w'd cleats, riveted ends 26. The box baa steel grain stripes on Inside, cleats cut bias, thus making perfectly tight bx. with antl spread rod. 27. Tba si la boards have steel wearing plates for bolstering stakes. 28 The boxes are made with either tbe Improved Coinstock endgates and with Iron plated side boards, or wltb tbe shoveling board endgate has six straps on each side board. f 29 The bottoms bave hard wood cleats on top of bo I -tern. 30 Tbe center bos straps are out side, supported by heavy double bolted braces. 31. The double ecoeui'lo lever p box boideri 32. The seats have ani-rebound springs 83. The seat spring wltb clipped centers instead of bol'ed. 34 The T. 0 Mandr patented wbllllutrees, evener, mckyoke an:l clevises. 33. Tbe automatic brake look, The Bargain Store Dodge City, Kansas. If in need of a buggy, don't fail to look into the merits of our HENNEY Buggies. A few facts about the boxes of our Henney Buggies: Heavy sill slanting in such a manner that water can run off. Plugless body. Hardwood .bottom boards; extra heavy re in forced board for step; hardwood strip under bottom boards running from one end to the other, with heavy screws in each end; 6 inch convue panels; new styles riser, 5 ioohe high, lap ping over top edge of panel, permitting a 'better iiuish and ' doing away with the possibility uf water opening up seat miser joints: heavy 4 inch cross pieces: Heavy hardwood corner and raiser posts. Extra heavy concave raisers,, re-enforced on the inside, Pressed steel tics plates in front tying cross pieces and post. All piano buggies equipped With four seat rods. Edges of front boards nicely rounded and fitted. High grade workmanship; high grade finish; careful inspection; finixhed product. We show 20 different styles of buggies; all beds made this way, abd come in either tbe steel or rubber tires. Prices guaranteed the lowest. V: 13 r S" II I l! ft ft "The Globef Republican PtJBLIECHrD BY Tke Globe-Republican Printinf Company l w. it. tuvv. Priat r W TTIKB. Htrtntn ill Wintered at the Pdstofflce at Dodge City, tinua, tor transmission tnrouuh tbe mails M Mwnnd-olaa mltt- DNE DOLLAR t(aR IM aDTAJICE t OFFICIAL ( OUKTY and CITY PAPER THVRSDAY,: JULY 15, 1909. WANT COLUMN Wanted, lost. Found, Strayed. For Sale, JJxcbaiiKc, Etc., notlfces under this head: per line per issue, cash with order, no notices accepted lor less than ldc per issue. Mrs. Robert Rhodes of Dodge City is visiting relatives here this week. Miss Aicnes Steele has .accepted a posi tion as telephone operator. Prof O. B Melia and wife of Cioar roon, Kani , are visiting Prof Mella's mother. Tbe Prof, does not expect to continue his school work next whiter. Tbe Wlnfleld Quartette gave one of their entertainments In tbe Metbodest church Sunday nlgbt. Cbas. Herzer, of Dadge, Is visiting relatives this week, Mrs. E. O Snook returned Friday from Lskin where she has been visiting ber parents. Her nephew Gordon Curren of Pueblo, Colo , returned with ber. His motber, who basbeeu visiting In Amarlllo siopped off for a few days visit while on ber way back to Pueblo To Trade targe modern dwelling, well located, in HntcjilnsnD, In exchange lor land. Ibe Kinkel Agency, Hutchinson, Kansas. A lew hundred dollars to loan on farm land. Inoulre at County Clerks Office, i'J-i For Sale 1 2- horse gasoline engine. Fair banks and Morse; in food runnlngcondltion. See A. O. Elliott. ' 9-4t For Bent A fi-rocm bouse, 504 Avenue B. Enquire 11, J. Gyles. I have, a brick honse with Ave rooms, a small barn, buggy shed, cow stable, chicken bouse, and other outbuildings, with Ave lois In Iodgd City, which I will trad (or land. Prefer lAid In Ford county. Also have some tmta wbrcb 1 will sell on Installments. In. Inquire J. H Irebllcock. 38-8 ; FORD ITEMS. Miss Elsie Smith of Marshal town, la., la vliitin ; ber uncle, N. J Smith. L. k! VanHorne and several grain buyers made a trip to Dodge Saturday In tbe VanHorne automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Valentine of Seaton, 111., returned to tbelr home Sunday after an ritended visit wltb Mrs. Valentine's brothers', Lou and Tom Vance, and uncle J.K.Clark. Mlio Clark of Wjomlng who bas been visiting his uncle, Mr. Clark, for some time, left Sunday for Illinois for an ex. tended visit. BUCKLIN BREEZES. J. U Daniel bas moved bis fsinllv from bis I arm north of towu, to tbe rest, denoe tbat be recently bought of Dr, Prltcbard, in Bucklln. Ibe wea her man was kind of good to us again Tuesday nlgbt. be sent us a Una shower There was about one and a lis It mcbes of water tell, a little mure wind with It tban was needed, but we bave tj take It as it comes. Died, at his home weft of Bucklin,July 9, 19u9, at 3:20 p. m , David 1 Alexand er, aged 55 )ears, 10 months and 1 day, t'je funeral was held at the M. . cburob in rtuckilu. July It), at 2:30 p in. Rev Balllnger ol Ford conducted tbe services. He was buried Id tbe bucklln cemetery David 1. Alexander was born In Harrison county, Indiana, September S, 18a3. Kt the age of 15 yeurs be was converted and joined tbe M. E. church, be remained a member ol tbat church until death clilmed blm December 10 1876 he was married to Miss Mary a. Sappei.bVld. to ibis union tbeie were eight children born three boys and Ove girls. Uf these ooe knn unr ll trn niala a n atlll llttlnrw inril Harvest Is not over in Ibis section yet, . ,89- hj. ded ' laten but some of the farmers are through with 1903, be was married to Miss Emma R. their cutting andbavecommencsd ibresb-1 CoUman, to this union one child was log ; by Ibis time next week the conutr) born, tie leave to mourn bis loss a wife will be dotted over with threshing ma-, and seven children, of whleb number tbtee are married, and other relatives here sod at tbe old Indiana borne. Mr. Alexander came to Kansas In 1884 and has made this bis borne from tbat time until bis death. obi net and tbe elevators will be working to tbelr full capacity. Monday morning we bad a pretty stiff wind from tbe north and north east. It was not a hot wind but was cool and re freshing after the hot weather tbat we bad been having, yet It burned tbe leaves on (be north side of tbe trees where It hid a fair sweep at them, ibe leaves are dried up and crumble, just as though tbey bad been exposed to tbe beat of a Are, Clyde Bogart is quite sick with typhoid fever, at tbe home of bis brother, Beit Bogart. II, P. McCaustland and blsfamlly start ed Monday morning In tbelr auto, for a trip through tbe southwestern part of the state. J. B. Martin and family have gone to Ford tor sixty days. Mr. Martin takes OhVge of John Sim's barber shop there for tbat length of time, while John is out trying to recuperate bit falling health. L. M. Taylor and wife returned last Saturday from a visit InllllBolsand Iowa. Tbey expected to get borne earlier In tbe week but tbey were caught bevond tbe flood and experienced some thfflculty in getting through. Tbe wheat tbat Is being threshed here it yetldlng from thirteen to fifteen bath' els to tbe acre and Is of a good quality. The National Bank of Commerce v Podgo Citv, Kansas. UfJITEP STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital $25,000. , Surplus $i 1,000. Organized and conducted on the principle of conservative banking. D. HUKNETT, Pres. P. H. YOUNG, Vice Pres. A. GLUCK, Vice Tres. GEO B. DUGAN, Cashier. O. E. LAUGHEAD, Ass't Casbier. Quite a number of Bucklln's young folks went vlonicklng down at Drake's ranch Wednesday. Tbe rain storm Tuesday night was ac companied wltb a flue electrical display. It put many of tbe phones out of com mission. Some of our farmers are beginlng to roar about tbe Russian thistle Well It Is getting to be a little too numerous for tbe good of tbe country. . Just wby peo ple will wait until tbey are forced to de ttroy this and other noxious weeds, Is hard to tell but they do and tbe sooner tbe parties whose duty It Is to see tbat (be law in regard to these weeds Is en forced, get busy tbe better It will be for all. Tbe C. W. B. M. of the Christian church met wltb Mis. Myrtle Klnkead fin Wednesday afternoon, July 7- Mrs. J. L Mealrs acted at leader wltb Mesdames Sorey, French and Urover as helpers Tbetoplowat: "Our missions in Papal countries," and tbe meeting was coo ducted In the manner of an old fashioned spelling school, Mrs. French and Mri. Urover aeting as captains. Tbe leader put tbe questions first to one tide and then tbe o'ber. Wbeo one missed, the question was passed to tbe other side. Added to this program Mrs. Sorey told tbe story of Lorenzo Pollcarpo, Mrs. Tbompva and Mrs. Klnkead played a duet. The roll call was answered by questions concerning our work In Mexico. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kln kead and Mrs-G 'over. BE SURE when you insure that you are dealing with a reputable com pany ; bfc sure that you are get ting a satisfactory amount 0 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. W. T, COOUDGE Hervey Baldwin, wbo Is tbe Santa Fe division superintendent's stenographer at Wellington, stopped bere today for a visit with bis parents. He was on bis return from LsJunta, where tbe officials bad been holding a meeting. , 'The BEST things to eat are just Good Enough Good Groceries are the cheapest gro-; ceries you can buy. We sell at the lowest price that good gro ceries can be,sold for. Examine our goods , and prices and join our crowd of custom- ers, who get reliable good8, for the least such gooas can be sold for. 1 : t 11 ARGABRIG1IT & SIDLOW Masonic Block TTID you ever look up the meaning of the words "Price" and "Cost"? We venture you'd be interested, even surprised. "Price" originally meant not money, not cash but Reward, Praise, Worth. In the days o Caesar they called it "Pretium." "Cost" comes from the old Icelander word wKoster," signifying to Choose, to Test, to Prove. , So "Price" is really the Worth of the thing sold. "Cost" means how well the thing bought provea up in actual use. So we're not so far ofT the track today, for when you buy paint, the Price of it should be the measure of its . usefulness, in appearance and wear. Its Cost to you will be how well it stands the test you put it to. If it does well, it's cheap; if not, you paid too much. Measured by this, poor paint costs far, far more than good paint; never worth the price asked and never stands the test of wear. ' There's one house paint made that's worth the price and stands the test, and that's HORSE SHOE BRAND HQUSE PAINT, best lead, zinc, aged linseed oil, japan, coloring matter and nothing else; honest materials, honestly prepared, sold on honor. Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as much surface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer. . t Then, too, there's a full line of good HORSE SHOEBRAND Paint SpecialtiesHORSE SHOE BRAND Paini for the Barn, forthe Roof, for the Porch, for the Floor, for Inside Walls, Screens,' , for Buggies, Wagons in fact, for everything. ' A ' When you're ready to buy paint or paint specialties, and want the . . . Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint, just remember . that here is one store where you'll find what you're looking for. ' McCurdy Lumber Company fei? R.W.HELLV7ARTH ...DENTIST... BEESON BUILDING . D0D6E CUT, IASSAS Residence Phone 1391 - Office Phone 350 Simpson & Ballou DEMTI8T0 We ha?e removed from oar former room oyer the Bee Hive store to oar Qeif. oiUcei In the Blm peon Building: Dodge City' ' Unnmnss.