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"Its IkH Ynu Hats Always Bought Bear the dipiarar of 1 KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS WITH re Dr. Kr Nov Discocry F0RC8I!SHS uRfe. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACIOBY S MONEY REFUNDED. Lift 100,000 Ytan Ago. Scientists have found In a cave Id Swltzerlaid bones or men wno lived 100,000 yeara ago. when Ufa waa In con stant danger from wild beasts. To-day the danger, aa shown by A. W. Brown of Aisxander, Me., la larely from deadly diseue. "If It uad not been for Dr. King's New Discovery, whlob cured me, I could not have lived," be write, ''suf tering aa 1 did from a severe lung trou ble and stubborn cough." To cure Bore Lungs; Colds, obstinate Cor gbs, and pre vent Pneumonia, Ha tbe best medicine on earth. 50a and $1.00. Guaranteed by Palace Droit Store. Trial bottle free, A Night Rider's Raid. Tbe woret nlttbt ridera are calomel, croton oil or aloe pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr King's New Life Fills. They never dis tress or lncouvenience,but always cleanse tbe system, curing Colds, Headache, Con stipation, Malaria, 25o at the Palace Drug store. Tha Cough Syrup that rldl tht 17816111 of cold Yj acting as a cathartic on tha towels is : LAXATIVE HOUGH SYRUP I ha Artfftnal lustlva conch imnv attains no opiate, gently moves the . t .i i i a i t wvvia, carrying ma com on wrsagB in SBtDral channels. Guaranteed to give - Satisfaction ox money refunded. PALACE DRUG STCRE Seas Mother Grow Young. "It would be bard to overestimate tbe wonderful change In my mother since she began to use Meotrlo Bitten," writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpatrick if Danfortb, Me. ''Although past seventy she seems really to be growing young again. Bot-suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years. At last she could net her eat, drink nor Sleep. Doctors gave ber np and all remedies failed till Electric Bit ters worked such wonders lo herhealtb." Tbey Invigorate all vital organs, cure Liver and Kidney troubles, Induce sleep, Impart strength and appetite. Only 50c at ibe Palace Drug Store. LEGAL ALVfcRTISEMENTS KOriCE FOR PUBLICATION First Published May 27, 1909 Deportment ot the Interior, U. 8. loud ofllce, at Dodge CHy, Kane.. May 22, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Aaron 11. Wright of Dodge City, Kans., who, on July 22 1903, made homestead application 81300, se rial No. 02457, for southwest quarter, section 8, township 2i, range 25, has tiled notice of Intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before 'he Register and Keeelver of the U. B. land ofllce, at Dodge City, Kans., on the 9th day of July, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Homer II Wells, Joseph Eirsken, William H.i'ottorfl, John I). Bohr, all of Dodge City, Kans ' H, F, MlM.lKAN, Register. .Reduced Summer Tourist Fares to NORTHERN & EASTERN RESORTS Throughout the Sum mer you can purchase of Rock Island tagents round trip tour list tickets to the North fern Lakes and Eastern ?Resorts at very low Irates of fare. i An attractive booklet which (will help you in selecting a elace for your summer vaca on can be secured by address ing" the local agent, or J. A. STEWART. A. CP. A- u city. H. T. CATL1N Agent Dodge C'ty First published July 1. 1909. PUBLICATION NOTICE State of Kansas, Ford county, In tbe matter of tha estate of tieorge Pagan. Sr.. Deceased. To all persons interested 4nr said estate and to all whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that W. 8. Pagan, administrator of tbe estate of the above named George Pagan, Sr., deceased, did on the 24th day of June, Mi'J. file bis petition la tbe Probate Court ot Ford Countv. Kansas, asking that he be directed to sell tbe follow Ing described real property, situated In the county of Ford and Stale of Kansas, to-wit: Lots seven (7) and eight (8) In block forty nine (49), Dodge City, Kansas, Tbe east halt (K X) of block ten (10), Boyd's Addition to Dodge City, Kansas. The south seventy-five (75)teetof iot twenty-seven (27) on Chestnut street, Dodge City, Kansas, for the payment of the debts of tbe said George Pagan, Sr., deceased; andou are further notified that said petition will be heard by the Probate Court of Ford County, Kansas, at the pro bate court room 1,, the court house in Dodge City, rord County, Kamas, on the aotn nay or July. iv, at 10 o'cioca a, in. W. 8. PAGAN. Administrator of the estate of George Pa gan, Sr., deceased Djdge City Steam I ....Laundry.... I Phone III BBS : i 1 l The Bewitching : ; Summer Girl aeedl't w vv about ber ruffled skirts, dainty waists and other wearables. L Bodies' Laundering -Is Don Hero . to perfectly that fbe garments are simply exquisite in tbelr snowy whiteness. Send vour's witbont fear,- We guaran tee cot' to Injart tbe daintiest garment you have. ' Mdmt.i Tlieis ' PROPRIETORS ' Tortured on a Horse. 'For ten years I couMn't ride a bors witbnut belo In toriure from piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Keglees, Ky., 'when all doctors and other remedies failed, fiucklin'a Arnica Salve cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Outs, Bolls, Fever bores, Kczema, Salt Rheum. Corns 25c, Guaranteed by Palace Drug Siore. Real Estate Translsrs. Tbe following real estate transfers have been made during tbe past week, and are warranty deeds unlets otherwise tuecl tied: James P. English to Annie E. Burr, tbe ne ol sec. 9, twp. !!9, r 20 f 2,200 Francis If. Bandy to Andrew tiatauax, lots 3, 4 and 5, b 7, Bpeaivme 300 Mrs. Flora D. Tlivin to Minnie J. Stew.rt, lot l,b 19, Speatvllle, )6 daraUA. Skiuuer loWm.il. Hall 18UX160 feet lo ae J of seo 29, ip 25, r 22 300 Stewart U Sutton to Soule Col lege Arsouiatlon, lot In wj of stel4, twp 28, r 25 150 Peter U Law to Orrta N. Uat- . field, tbe aw J of sec 6, twp 25. I . !.( nnn n ,.,.,..(... ...., w jvuu W. II. ritcb to Amtrew J Imel, ej ate 13, twp 20. r 23 7,360 U. 3 to Fredi iuk U Zimmerman, pat to sej of tbe of sw of sec 27, twp 2d, r 25. ' Kate A Leiulgb et at to Lei dlgb A Havens Lumber Co., lots 13 and 14, b 21, Spear vllle 400 Louis Loebner to D. W. Stur ' geon snd Frank KlcbarcJs, sec 14, twp 26, r 20 7,700 W. T. Uoolidge to T F. Garner, all of lots 23, 24, 25. 20, Enter prise ad to Uuoge City 2,500 Charles K Gibson to Charles K. Martin, Q U D.. to of w of tbe n of the se of aec 34, twp 29, r. 25 387 .01 Everyone would be benefited by tak ing Foley 'c Orloo Laxative lor stomach and lifer trouble and habitual constipa tion. It sweetens tbe stomach and regulates tbe bowels and it Is much supe rior to pills and ordinary laxatives. W by not try Foley's Orlno Laxative today? The Palace Drug Store. Pineralve, carbollzed, la giod for burnt. It pftettatts tbe porer, draws out Inflammation, and la healing. It It alio good for cuts, toret and bruises. Sold by Palace Drng Store. LOST Ladles watcb, bunting case, initials A E. on fob Lost between race track and post tfllce. Return to tbli office and receive reward. . Published July IS, 1909, ORUJJfASCE SO. 808 An ordinance providing for sn occupation and bnslness license tax, providing penal ties for the violation of the same, ana to repeal ordinance No. SW, snd all other ordi nances and parts of ordinances In conflict herewith. Be It ordained by tbe Mayor ana council men of Dodge City, Kansas: 8ectI0H I. Wo person, persons, company or corporation shall carry on or engage In any Ol tne oecnjHDons, proieaaions, onsi- : ness callings set forth and nsined In section ; three of this ordinance without first bavins: ' obtained a license therefor signed by the ' Mavor. countersigned by the City Cleilt and attested by the seal of the city of Dodge City. Sko. II. No license shall be granted under tha provisions of this ordinance until the ! person, persona, company or corporation applying for the same shall have first paid the required amount of money to the City Treasurer and filed the receipt therefor I with the City Clerk, tbe lioense, when Issued, ; shall be posted In a conspicuous plaoe In tne applicant's place or ousiness. Sec. HI The lioense tax on the follow. Ing named occupations, professions, busi nesses and callings shall be as follows, to wit: Agents or persons (other than persons selling to retail dealers) who shall solicit orders for the sale of goods or merchandise manufactured or carried . for sale within this state, or who shall sell said goods by sample or other wise, or who shall deliver the same, pe'day. 00 Agents for the sale of coal oil and gas oline, per year lo 00 Abstractors of title, per year 10 00 Agents for the sale of sewing machines, pianos or organs, per year, 10 00 Artists or photographer, per year.... 10 00 Artists or photographers (transient) per day 6 ' 0 Attorneys at Law, per year 10 00 Auctioneers, per year B 00 Auction house, per year lo 00 Auotlon house (otber than resident, per day 10 00 Automobiles doing livery business, per year 5 00 Bill posters or distributers, per year , 10 00 BUI poster or distributer (transient) per day . , g 00 Banks, per year ., 16 00 Bicyile dealer, per year 6 00 Billiard hall, per year 15 00 Books and map agents or canvassers handlln goods made or kept for sale in tbls state, day 2 00 Bakery, per year 10 00 Bowling or ten pin alley, per year 10 00 Corporations for profit per year .... 10 00 Commission merchants selling produce or live stock, per year 10 f Coal dealer, per year 15 00 Coal and Ice dealer, per year 20 00 Concerts, shows, .theatrical perform ances or any exhibition for pay, not under contract with a licensed hall or opera house, per day 10 00 (Provided that tbe provisions of the last named Item snail not apply to ooncerts, exhibitions or other enter tainments given exclusively by citi zens of Dodge City, nor to literary, sclentlAo or charitable entertain men s of any kind, whether given by citizens ot Dodge City or not.) Corn doctor (transient) per day 2 00 Circus and menagerie, per day 50 00 Cane rack, knife rack, and all games of chance for meichandlse where there Is no pay back, per day 5 00 Dentists, per year ... 10 00 Dentists (transient) per day 6 00 Dog or pony show, per day 15 (IU Drug stores per year 15 00 Doctors, per year 10 00 Doctors (transient) per day 10 00 Drays and other vehicles for hire, per year 00 Flouring mills, grain elevators, doing retail business, per year 15 00 Electa Ic light and water corporations organized for manufacturing and supplying light and water, per vear,..C0 00 Exhibitions on streets for pay, per day, 6 00 Express companies, per year 15 i Hour and feed dealers, per year .... 10 00 Fortune eller or clahvoyant, per day, 6 On Fish dealer or market, per year 5 00 U'.tt enterprise and street fakirs, per day . 25 00 Garages, per year 10 00 Harks, transient carrying passengers, per day 1 00 Hotels charging $2.00 per day and up ward, per year ... 20 00 Hotels cbarglug less than $2.00 per day, per year 10 00 Ice cream parlor or confectionery stores, per year 10 00 Ice dealers, per year 10 00 Ice manufacturers, per year 5 00 Insarance, real estate or loan agents, per year 10 00 Lawyers, per year 10 00 Lightning rod and other peddlers sell ing goods made) or kept for sale within this state, per day 5 00 Livery, feed or sale stable, per year.... 10 00 Lumber yard and dealers in building materials, per year 15 00 Lung testers, per day B 00 Loan companies, Incorporated resi dent, per year 10 00 Loan agents, per year 10 00 Lunch counter, per year 10 00 Steam laundry, per year 10 00 Laundrv agency, p r year 10 00 Tbe license tax on merchants, other than thoa enumerated herein, re. gardless of number of lines, shall be fixed by the assessed value of their stocks, to be taken from the last assessment roll of proceeding year when this tax becomes due, and shall be as follows, to-wlt: When the assessed value of the stock Is $2ii0 or less, per year. I.oo. When the assessed value of stock Is over f.'UO, $10 per year for the first $1,000 or fractional part thereof, and fill cents for each additional 1,0(10 or fractional part thereof. Meat market, per year 10 00 Jleat peddler, per day .. 2 00 (This shall not apply to persons resid ing In this city or county who ped dle meat grown and slaughtered by themselves.) Money brokers and dealers In scrip, per year 10 Co Merry-go-round, s'eain riding gallery, Kerrls wheel, or other like enterprise, transient, per day 2n 00 Muscle tester, per day t 00 Moving picture s'mws, per year 18 00 Opera house, public hall or skating - rink, per year 15 Oft Oculists, ner vear 10 00 Oculists (transient) per day 8 00 Opticians (transient) per day 5 00 Physicians, per year luai Physicians (transient), per day 5 00 (except special consultation.) Patent right dealers, per year .... 100 Pawnbrokers per year 6 00 Peddlers of any description or Hue of goods on car or street, fruit, vege tables, etc., per day .15 00 (7 his shall not apply to persons living In Ford county selling the products of tbelr farms or residents of the city of Dodge City selling goods of their own manufacture.) Prlr ters and publishers, per year 5 00 Heal estate agents, per year 10 00 Restaurants, per year 10 00 Rooming houses, 10 to 15 rooms, per vear 6 B' Rooming houses, 15 to 20 rooms, per year 10 00 Rooming houses, 20 to 25 rooms, per year , Rooming bouses, over 25 rooms, per year 20 00 Hetallers. ner vear 5 (XI Shows and exhibitions of all kinds not otherwise specincaliy proviaeo lor herein and not under contract with hall or opera house manager, per dav 10 00 He'.'ond hand dealer, per year 5 00 Shooting gallery, per year 16 00 Shooting gallery, steam (transient) per day 5 00 Shooting gallery, otber than steam, (transient) DerdBT .... 3 00 Ticket broker, per year 10 on Telephone companies, per year 15 00 Telegraph companies, per yeir 15 00 Water companies, organized for sup plying water only, per year 25 00 The license tax on street parades, when the circus, snow, menageries or exhibition making such street parade is given outside the city limits, ner dav 50 00 The license tax on street parades when tbe dog or pony show making sucu street parade Is given outside tbe cltv limits, per day 15 00 8KC. IV. All licenses Issued pursuant to anv of the provisions of this ordinance, ex cept when tbe fee to be paid for the same is fixed by this ordinance per day or per month, shall be f on tbe last day of June to the last day of June f Bowing, unless issued oetween such dates ,tben. and In that event the same shall be from tbe date of Issuance to tbe last day of June following, and the amount of such tax shall be prorated In proportion as the length of time Iron the first of tbe uiontb In which the lioense Is Issued to the last dy of June following shall bear to one year; provided that the holder of one lioense may remove his bnsl ness from one place to another on such license. Hie. V. Any aerson. persons, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of tbls ordinance, on conviction thereof, shall be fined In any sum not less than $8.00 and not more than 150.00 for each and every offense. ko. VI. That Ordinance No. 288, and all otber ordinances and parts of ordinances In conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. RKOvVII. This ordinance shall take ef fect ahd be In force from and after Its publi cation In the Ulooe-Republican.. Passed the Council July , IMW. Approved by the Mayor July 9, 1009. ' . A.ULCCK.Msyori Attest: PgARL TREI5ILCOCK, City Clerk. ISeal , COURTESY IN THE 8TREET CAR. Something of a Reversal of tho ' General Rule. 7 ' y "Do you Buppose that's an effect of the recent agitation of women' rights?" asked . tbe man, Indicating with a nod of his head a scone that was taking place In an "L" car In the homeward rush. His companion looked and saw a slender, handsomely gowned woman offer her seat to a young man who, In the crush, was standing In front ot her and was car rying an armful of large, heavy . books. .. . Tbe young man looked rather em barrassed and bravely declined with a pleasant little smile, which was all he could accomplish In lieu ot rals' Ing his hat with his heavily lncum . bered hands. y 1 "Well, then," said the lady com posedly, resuming her scat, "let me hold the books In my lap." . ' "That would certainly, be kind, It you don't mind," consented the youth, relinquishing his load; and when the lady reached ber station, leaving her seat to him, he thanked her for her thoughtfulness with fully as much gratitude as a woman would have expressed for a similar courtesy from a man perhaps with more apprecia tion, the experience being more rare. AT HARVARD FIFTY YEARS AGO. N. 8. Shaler Telia Us of the Life of a 8enlor. He was a senior In Harvard college and had a well-deserved name tor scholarship In the classics, as well as tor a miscellaneous assortment of tal ents and knowledge. He was reputed to be the best player of the game of checkers In the country; knew the political history of the United States amazingly well; was learned In pugil ism, having at his tongue's end the story of all the prize-fights of recent times; withal be was the merriest lit tle man I ever seen. I well recall my first morning with him, when, after go ing over the best of what I could and could not do, he asked me if I could box. I pleaded guilty to some knowl edge of that Ignoble art At that time I had not learned of his Interest in It, and thought that I would be lowered In bis eyes by the confession. To my surprise, indeed to my horror, for I had a swordsman's contempt for the business, he insisted on my having a bout with him at once. N. S. Shaler's Autobiography, In the Atlantic. Two Marks of Beauty. Beautiful eyes and brows are, In one sense, a special gift of nature. Many a plain woman is redeemed by fine eyes; many a pretty face spoiled by red-rlmmed, dull, lusterless eyes. But at the same time a great deal may be done to make even unpromising eyes clear and attractive, to render eyes which are only passably pretty really beautiful. Attention to the general health will go far to make the eyes clear and bright and prevent fatigue, even when they are called upon to do a great deal of work. Have you never noticed the dull eyes of a person afflicted with dyspep sia, the yellow tinge of overfeeding and neglected liver; the lusterless eyes of the woman who sleeps In an Ill-ventilated room, who takes no ex ercise and spends all her spare time reading novels over the fire? When It's a Nude. "The Bather" was the title of the young painter's picture, the first that he had ever shown. It hnng, unnoticed, on the line. "But," said his friend, "you have done nothing to draw a crowd!" "I've done my best work," said the young painter, "Fudge," was the retort. "Work draws, but there are better magnets. At the Paris exhibitions every artist, until he makes a name, uses some de vice to keep a crowd about his daubs. "A painting like 'The Bather' always, In Paris, has tbe model, very beautiful ly dressed, strolling Idly back and forth near It The resemblance be tween her and It is at once perceived. And the result Is the greatest curiosity an immense crowd a tremendous hit." To 8ave Horaea from Fire. When a horse Is released from his stall during a fire, says a technical paper, he will not leave the stable, for the stall Is the only place in which he believes himself to be safe. A new patented device, which consists of a pipe running through the stall to the outside of the stable, Is designed to cure this. In case of fire a turn of a handle brings a hose nozzle Into posi tion and a stream of water pours over the head and shoulders of the horse, which drives him Into the gangway, from which it becomes a comparative ly easy matter to lead him Into tha street. At One Shot. ' X" sportsman of great Imaginative gifts and fond of telling his exploits, related that at one shot he bad brought down two partridges and a hare. His explanation was that although he had only hit one partridge the bird in fall ing had clutched at another partridge and brought that to earth entangled In Its claws. "But how about the hareT" he was asked. "Oh!" was the calm reply, "my gun kicked and knocked me backward and I fell on the hare as It ran past." Tha Sketch. Forgot. Ryer Why so sad, old man? ' Dyer Somebody promised to loaa tne f 10 to-day and I've forgotten who It was. Perfectioa Per Pjnt 15c Per Quart ICE CREAM 25c AT STURGEON'S IF YOU foANT FOE8H CAKES AND SPIES FOR DINNER, PHONE NO, 66. DIRECTORS .Russell Thos. A. Scates J. D. Coffey . H. Madison Carl Van Riper G. L. Finley G. B. Van Arsdale A. Russell, Pres. J. D. Coffey, Vice Pres. G. B. Van Arsdale, ' G. B. Rose, Cashier Ass't Cashier Kansas State Bank Capital Stock 820,000 Undivided Profit 51,000 Accounts received on terms consistent with good banking , SAFETY DEPOSITS BOXES FOR RENT TIEFENBACH BROS. Wall Paper Decorations and Eoom Mouldings NEW STOCK PHONE 249 NEW DESIGNS j i C. A. HULPIEU 20.Yers An UNDERTAKER AND EMBALM ER With Home Furnishing Company. We keep a night man at tbe store to answer. Telephone. No. 11. Residence, 69 NTIL August 15th Is the Time At the 'F&rme tl a levator Supply Co. IS THE PLACE Where you can get a cut of 0 cents per ton on all kinds of coal from the regular price. We Wish to Say to the Trade that we have recently put in NEW COAL SHEDS, and in order to get acquainted with all in a business way during the storage season, we will give you the above unheard of prices on all kinds of coal bought of us. We Can Please You In Quality as WellasPrlce r Farmers'; Elevator & Supply Co. By C. E. WYATT, Manager.