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Jupt Received at the a shipment of White and Gold, also Pink and Gold Decorated Dinner Ware ' We sell it in any part of set you wish S. T. WILLIAMS BUCXLIN BREEZES J. It. McBrnyer has been quite tick the past week but is improving at Ibis time. Dr. Jobu Merritte Driver delivered a fine lecture at tie Magestic, Monday eight. The Brick f-ork of C. E. Smith's new building oo Main street, is progressing nicely. There is q use duiiind for dwelling boasts hi iiuckl'm at ibis time, the supply L away beuiinHue Juraaud. The Hotel r.u klin Is now provided VwtU liie escuitfs and the guests can tUtp iu pmco i;i that building now. J. A. I.nkoa liss sold his stock and , Jewelry limine to W. L. Moran; Mr. j ' Lukeu retains tin: confectionery business. County Surveyor Glenn was in Buck liu the llrnt ot -the week showing F. A. Creihaui wbese to set his new telephone polef. The Farmer's State Bank people are working on their building, getting It ready for the new line of business to be transacted there. F. A. Gresbam has a force at work get ting In the telephone poles Lere In town. There will be no poles on Main street. They will be placed In the alleys. What Is the cause of the high price of food stuffs is the burning question of the day. It Is eating too much that causes, not only high prises of food, but stom ch trouble too. D. D. Mclntyre has sold bis business property on Main street, together with . his Furniture and Undertaking business, to Mr. L. C. Day of Sylvia, Kansas. Mr. Day will continue the business at the , old stand. Mrs. Verlin Culver of Fowler, Kansas, has been assisting In the careot J, K. McBrayer in Ms illness during the past week. Her husband came in Sunday and ttiey both left for their home Tues day niorpiiiii, W. G. OXi:y h is sold his home farm adjoiuu.; Lucklin on the east and a quarter w:Mm eat of it; be still owns a half t'lciion south of the land that he gold; Mr. Oxley's health Is not good and his wlfu'a health ia poor, so tbey have cimolutkd to quit farming, for a time at least, ami tr.ivel for the benefit of their health, Ttiey expect to go to California. We understand that T. II. Hall Is down with the mumps. There has been a number of adulu ia and around Bucklln bat have bad the mumps this winter. We would like to know just what these people were doing while they were kiJs, that they did not have the mumps then; it la no fun to bavi them when you get to be grown up. Weizbrood Is now living southwest of Dodge City aad intends to raoye onto bis new place about the first of March. W. A. Balfour drove to town Monday morning with a road drag and in the afternoon came back In bis Ford car to enjoy the improvement In the road. Miss Emma Ilampy r-f Bucklln and her sister, Mrs. Dlerker of Guytnon, Ok luhoma, visited with Mrs. J. 0. Brede hoft and Mis. 11. 0. Brink Wednesday and Thursday of last week . Mrs. J. J. Morrison was called to Dodge Wednesday by the Illness of her daughter Luore. They returned Friday and Miss Leuore will not return to scbooi this spring. John Pierce of Kingsdown wai lead ing a horse at the Gray livery barn lust Sunday. The horse jerked back with the result that the leading rope was wound aiouud I'ieroe'e linger crushing the bone. Two gentlemen from St. John, .Morris by name, were here the last of the week looking over Ford county realty with a view to purchase. We did not bear what conclusion they arrived at but look to see them back before long, WF Elland, the Bucklln band In structor, wag in town and worked with me local Dana nuay night, ue la a man ot much ability ai a teacher as well as a good friend of all the boys. Wish be could be here all the time. John A. Mendenball left last week for West Plains, Missouri, where we bear, be intends to take to himself a wife. We will bold our congratulations In store until Mr. Mendenball comes home and we can band them to him at short range. The Kevins Hardware Co. has Installed a new freight elevator In the rear end of their store. The capacity of the ma chine Is 130O pounds and It Is their In tention to take advantage of their im provement by storing a quantity of their heavy hardwaie lu the basement. f ORO ITEMS. Born Wednesday, January 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, a son. . Vivian Small went to Dodge Saturday to visit over Sunday with ber sisters. Mra. Martba Walker bas returned from Liberal where she bas been visiting for I 4be past two weeki. i The warm sunshine and , improving roadt Sunday enticed several automo biles out of their winter quarters. Mr. and Mra. Oscar Hageman, Mrs. Iluldab Early and Mrs, Boy Stofer were . passengers to Dodge Wednesday of last week., . . ;. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Van Home left : Monday via Dodge for Kansas City ' where they will attend the Southwestern " Lumbermen's convention. Rev. Steele, pastor of the Congrega tloual church at this place, is spending a few weeks' va&ttion at various places In the northern part of the itute. ' O. ft. Kevins sold 240 seres of land eat ot town to Mr. WelzbroxJ, the con idcratlon being 955 per acre. Mr FIVE MILE. G Pi AY IKSTED COunty West of us Will Capture 5 -las Much of Ditch J , as Possible EXPERIMENTS MADE THERE In Irrigation Havs Glveu tht a Taste of Its Great Benefits. People 6ray county realizes that tbe Eu reka Canal is to be big thing for tbe lection that secures the water rights. It farther realizes that in tensive farming is soon to be an ur gent demand in this country. The Jacksonian is alive to the fact that the locality which secures the water rights will be in great luck. Gray county is not located id well for reaching from the ditoh as Ford county, but it will pay here to watch thli matter closely, as we have more land to be reached by the canal than we can expect to get water rights tor. It will be a question of who gets in first. The Jacksonian of last week says regarding the canal: "With the beginning of spring, work will be resumed on the Eureka ditch. The unusually cold weather has temporarily tied up the work of cleaning and repairing the ditch proper, but the operations at the sump go steadily on. "Up to tbe present time, with very little irrigating going on, tbe yield of alfalfa in tbe valley has been only tbe average, that is about on a par with tbe average throughout tbe state. With tbe usual rainfall it is hard to raise that arerage anywbore, but with tbo opportunity right at our own door, in Gray county, for extensive irrigating, tbe records of Colorado alfalfa fields can easily be duplicated. It is not every section in Kansas that has this opportunity. Here we have a large head of water, augmented every year by floods, all ready to be tapped and let out upon tbe bottoms, where if used it will increase two, three atd four-fold, the alfalfa yield. "Daring the time of the first use of the old Eureka ditch, which UBed simply the flood waters, A. D. Wet- tick and D. Francisco irrigated their alfalfa to some extent, and it was by this that their alfalfa was well set. Of course in the later years with no irrigation, the yield has gone back to the general average. Both Mr. Wetlick and Mr. Francisco, tbe largest raisers of alfalfa in this im mediate section, believe in irrigation and will undoubtedly do their share toward developing the alfalfa possi bilities of the bottoms near Cimarron in this line "The time is now coming for the application of intensive farming methods in the Arkn'i h valley. Cheap land is getting i career and soarcer, and the obvious thing to do is to farm fewer acres and more in tensively. In the valley irrigation is possible, -which is a fine aid to inten sive farming and nlaketa it 'about as close to a "sure thing" as anything that could be imagined. '", 'By irrigating the yields can be doubled, trebled and quadrupled and every man who makes a dollar grow . . i .1 ' L - where only two nits grew rjoioro is u genuine benefactor not only to him self but to the entire community. "The success of John Bull in irri gating alfalfa, with his pumping plant last season is a good indication of what can be done. It was a sight good for sore eyes last summer to see the dense, tall growth of alfalfa on bis attractive farm southwest of town. . "When the Gray county bottoms are coverod with farm places like that of John Bull then there will be prosperity and content. "And it is sure to come as soon as intensive farming and irrigation is brought fully into ploy "The new project will furnish water cheaper than private pumping plants and here is whore the people of Gray county should take a hand. AVOID HARSH DRUGS. Many Cathartics Tend to Causa Injury to i the Bowels. i If you are subject to constipation, you should avoid strong drugs and cathartics. They only give temporary relief and their reaction is harmful and sometimes more annoying than constipation, They In no way t fftict a cure and their tendency is to weaken the already weak organs with which tlwy come in contaot. We honestly believe that we have the best constipation treatment ever devised. Our faith in it U so strong that we sell It on tbe positive guarantee that it shall not coat tho user a cent if it docs riot give entire satisiiictlon and completely rem edy constipation. This preparation is called liexall Orderlies, These are prompt, soothing and most effective iu action. They are made of a receutohem ical discovery, Their principal ingredi ent Is odorless, tasteless and colorless, Combined witb other well known ingre dients, long established for tbelr useful, nets In tbe treatment of constipation, it forms a tablet which is eaten just like candy. Tbey may be taken at any time, either day or night, without fear or their causing any Inconvenience whatever. They do not gripe, purge nor cause nautea. Tbey act without causing any pain or excessive looseness of the bowels. They are Ideal for children, weak, deli cate persons and aged people as well as for tbe most hearty person. Tbey come la two size packages, IS tablets 10 cents, 36 tablets 25 cents. Re member you can obtain them at our itore Bath & Balnbridge, City Drug Store. Government Flower Seeds. I have about 2000 packages of flower seeds for free distribution. A, card ad dressed to me at Dodge City, Kansas, will be received by my b8C retary and will be promptly attended to as long s the allotment lasts. Write at once and von will cet a package in time frr planting. E. II. Madison, M. C. ZHSSEEZZsaSBi Roads are vervbad yet In our locality. We have just learned that Mr. Marke his sold his farm on Five Mile. Tbe literary at Falrview school boost now every Friday nlgbt proves to be an enjoyable place for bothold and young alike. We all sympathize with our neighbor, Mrs. Collier who has lost ber mother. Tbe funeral took place at Spearvllle cem etery last Saturday. We regret that Mr. Stark's family will soon have to leave as tbey will be much missed at Saw Log and at literary held at Falrview too. five mile bas once more awakened from ber lethargy and tbe people are oo the alert ready for blizzards or fair weather, for parties or weddings. A ghost party Is to be given tbis week at Saw Log scbooi bouse In honor ot Miss Lottie Stark, who Is soon to move away The ghosts from Five Mile all expect to attend. . ; j , It Is reported that Mr. ' Hazel Lock man who went to Missouri not long ago bas married there and gone to Oklahoma to make his ifuture borne. We wish them much happiness. , Rabbit parties are now fashionable In our neighborhood. Hundreds of rab bitshave been killed by them. Tie losing side furnishes oysters and an' oy ster supper Is tbe result. ' An enjoyable time was reported by young folks from Five Mile who at tended the party at Mr. Lookman's near Duck Creek given last Friday night In honor of their daughter, , Miss Edna, on '. her birthday. A bountiful supper was prepared and was all a surprise to Miss Edna. ' . ' : 1 .lied. ex as Seed. - . I ! ,i G&ts 1 : I, h I. " I NOW MERE I -.it '..I I Come and get yours Would You Deliberately Rum Vmif i Hnmp ?, M A141 U V W 1 ,v' , - ) t(Of cptirse you say you oxid riot any more tlan you tfould deliberately do scnetriing to isjure your business. ' But stop just a minute, ; If, you are not associated Tltn Bone bank, you are deliberately. in-" juring your business. Every good business is strengthened by Its assoclallon itn- a good bank Every business ortn virile needs te services of a ; banK; and connection TJtti a good banking Institu tion places a business on a Signer plain "WitA tne best busslness rnen. Most important of all, it places you in 1 a position to establish Talnat money "Wont al Ways buy, namely credit. It -Will pay you every time in 'Ways you never dreamed of to establish your self a good bank. We place at your disposal trie services af an UP-TO-DHTE INSTITUTION; National Bank of Commerce i ) v A Cheap Motor Car We have the general agency covering all of BoutliwoHt Kaunas tor the Brush Hun- abont Car. It vou want a Kood Run- ' abont for a small amount of n.oney, , write or come and nee us. Agents are wanted in every town. The Kinsley Auto Co., : Kinsley.Kan. . A Horrible Hold Up. About ten years ago my brother was ''held up" lu his work, health and hap. plness by what was believed to be hopc loss Consumption" writes, W. It Lips- 0 mb of Washington, N". 0. "He toon all kinds of remedies and treutruent from several doctors but foui:d no help till he used Dr. King's New Dircoveiy and was wholly cured dy six bottles. He is u well man ttidiiy." It's quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs, Hemorrhages, Coughs' and Colds, Bronchitis, LaGrlppe, Asthma and all Bronchial affections, GOo and $1.00. Tiial bottle free. Guaranteed by tbe Palace Drug Co, K. ff. SCTTOK CAELVASf RIPER Sutton & Van Riper LAWYERS Office In Hoover Bldg . Dodge City Won't Slight A Good Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine I know what to get." declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beats, Me., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, and.seeing Its exoellent results In my own family and otheis, 1 am convinced It Is the best medicine made for Coughs, Colds and lung trouble." Every one who tries it feels just that way. Relief is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemor rhage, Croup, LaGrlppe, Sore Throat, pain In client or lungs Its supreme, 50c aud 8100. Trial bottle tree. Guar anteed by Palace Drug Store. Atohlaon Topcka & Santa Fo Uy local' time curd, l'UHBCiigor and mixed truing. Time table la elect Jan, 9, 1910, Wo. East BOBKD-Ceqt'l Tims. Arrive. Dept. 'i AtliintioKxprwi 10:41 lO.SBa. m 4 Chieiiijo Limited 1:1(1 J:tf)pm 8 K.C. and UhicnioKJtiirosj., 7 .10 8:05 am 8 " " " " .. Mb :10 pm 10 Atlantic Express 6:15 ti'Sam li! Missouri niver i'lyur .. .. H:4s 9:10 uni m Local PaismKor 3:M in CUjLocal Accomodation 10 p m 8:30 a m N.M'kbt BouKD-CenflTlmo. Arrlw. Dept 1 Cnlf. Kxprem ', 11:10 11:20 pm 8 California Mtuited 0'K7 :47pm 5 Colorado and UUh Expreis. 9:45 9:6a pm 7 Mux. and Cnlifornia Ex..., 1:60 2:0om 9 California Fnit iluil.. 7:W 7:4uam HColorailo Flyer 7:0fl 7:15 am 6Uj i'aoucngcr U:1U p in 537 Local Passenger ,11:3Q 12:00 m Arrive Depart 25 Bucklln to Dodge City 11:00 a.m. M Dodge City to Bucklln 2 :SS p. m, GRADUATE PROM KITCHEN DRUDGERY to the pleasant. croflUbVI position of stenographer or 1 course of atudy in the oldest business colleite in Kansas ' and now the best business col lege in Kansas-will fit you (or the position we get you free All graduate placed, Beiorc you decide on which colleite to attend write for Free Catalog. A postal will ao. Lawrence Business College Lawrence, Kansas 1 I i I M V .V I I II "ft Ths Cough Syrnp that rids the system of a cold T acting' as a cathartlo on tht towels la LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP t Martii;;;Brosi J ii the original Uxativt coof h trrn. tin 00 opiates), gentlr more tbo Male, carrjrlni tbo cold oB througk tbo taMral channel, . Unarantaed to glt ortSifictioii or saoooy rotnndod, PALACE, DRUG" STORE' Not'ce. ' Hereafter the Globe-Republican will charge lor publlshlnK ndvcrtUetnents of church or boneflt cutertaiuments live cents per line Lr each insertion. For Resolutions a charge of $1,00 will be made, aud for Cards of Thuiiki a charge of 25 cent". Women Who Are Envied, Those attractive women who are lovely in face, form ind temper are the envy of Bany wbo might be liko them. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and Irrl table. Constipation or Kldnoy poisons show In pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. For all such, Electric Bitters work wonders. They regulate Stomaob, Liver and Kid neys, purify tbe blood; gle strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely complexion. Many cbarmlmr women owe their health and beauty to them. 50o at tbe Palace Drug Store. Railway Mail Clerks Wanted i . '. I ' ' : i The Qovernmemt pays Railway Mail Clerks $800 to $1,200, and other employees up to $2,500 annually. l)ncle Sam will hold spring examlna- lions throughout the country, for Railway Mail Clerks.Cystom House Clerks, Steno- graphers,Bookeeprs, Departmental Clerks and other. Government positrons-. Any man or, woman over ;8, , In City or Country can get, Instruction and free ,1 formation by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction, k6i B Hamlin Buildin Rochestei , N. T. '. No Hunting.' - f ntlee Is liuctiy nvcn liat no huiiliny u w nIH'Wi d on 1 tie laud ot t 1'. Key i,i,itrK or w : K, EaMolr, south of river, Huiilt'ra'HkH wrnlii(f. ' By oruer of W, 8. Easton. ' 8t A Thrilling Rescue. How Bert R. Lean, of 6'heney, Wash. was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill tbe world; "A bard cold' he writes, " brought on a desperate lung trouble tbut buff led an ' expert doctor , bere. Then I paid $10 to $15 a yUlC : to a lung specialist In Spokane who did not help me. Then I went' to California but, without benefit. At last I used, Dr. King's New Dlsoovery. whloh completely' oiired tne and row I am as well as, ever.' and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whopp ing (Dougb It's supreme. 60o and 11.00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Tbo Palace Drug Store. ! . . ( For Sals. One Peroheron stallion 'will be fnur years old In Slav, color bkek, rlsn'l .by the French imported siallloo Biquet (02941)31123 Prlcentgu. Kor ItircLer particulars call on or address A. N. Pat trri'n. Farm two intlo touth of Fordf Kansas, ' tf J.