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The World Brotherhood from Dodge City, Kansas • 1

The World Brotherhood from Dodge City, Kansas • 1

Dodge City, Kansas
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i' The KstabliniieJ October 2.V A. CLINK Ed and Proprietor i ADVERTISING MILIUM SUHSCKIPTIOM RA.TKS: ORB TEAS II 00 BIX MONTHS .50 THREE MONTHS .25 PUBLISHED IN THE INTE11EHT OP HUMANITY IN THE SEVENTH CONOKESSIONAL DISTRICT Entered at the Postofflce in Dodge City. Ford County, Kansas, as Second Clans Mall Matter. Cy Vol 2 No 33 DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 9, 1909 Hawaii Four delegates to the international Christian Pndeavor Society which meets at St. Paul, Minnesota, on their way thither came into the city on last Tuesday, on east bound trainl Resolved, that we extend our thanks to the ministers of the city and other visitors for their encouragement and our work.

Resolved, that we thank the honorable school board for the use, of the school building. Resolved, that to oifr geniai friend and jUounty Superintendant, Richard Bodyfield, we owe much, of the good we have received from the institute. His efforts to assist the teachers have been ever, ready and efficient, and we are pleased with the excellent manner in which the work has been His companionship with the young men has been largely responsible for the increased number of young men in attendance in the institute. We heartily endorse him for re-election to the position he fills so creditably. tlesolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to each of the county F.

K. Baldrige, Chairman. Mamie Worker. O. L.

Samples Nellie Sughrne Florence Mills Clara Smith -The total enrollment' of the Ford County Formal institute is eighty- Mr. Glaskow has resumed work on the gas well which is progressing at this time and Mr. Sturdemari of City has taken his. position in the Sweet Mercantile store. Mr.

and Mrs. Baily of Topeka, Kansas, who have been visiting 'with Andrew Falknef's left this morning for Colorado on a summer vacation. WANTOD A position in store, cafe or house ork Phone 4622. How Dodge City Celebrated the Fourth The celebration of our national holiday or Independance day as in the days of yore is thing of: the' past. The calling of a great mass meeting where the reading of that immortal document, The declaration of Inde-pendarfce and.

the orator of the day rece i ved the plaudits of the in ul ti tude is a thing unknown to the young. Do we still hold "that these truths to be self. evident that among these are life, liberty and. the pursuit of hap Resolutions of the Ford County Teachers 7 Institute The report of the Ford Couuty Institute which closed its sessions 611 last Thursday, followed with the examinations for teachers certificates on Friday and held over for the report of the more complete work done after we had gone to press. In this issue we give a list of all the teachers ing the institute during the term and the resolutions adopted during the closing hours; That it was a success goes for the saying, and the inspiration thatvhas been imbibed will strengthen, develop and extend the teachers work aud usefulness- for many days to follow.

Whereas the Ford County Normal Institute is about to close its annual session of 1909, and whereas jald session has been an unusually successful one, on account of the zeal and earnest "efforts on the part of both the members and instructors, and where as the residents of Dodge ity have contributed to the success and pleasure of the term by their spirit of hospitality to us; therefore' be it Resolved, that we the teachers: of Ford No. 6. Our attention was called to a gentleman "whose carriage was erect, complection of the Mongolian type, ol solid bulid and wore a badge on lapel of his coat bearing the C. E. insignia.

He returned our greetings very cordially speaking good english told his mission to the states and to St. Paul, and wrote his name and the names of his' three associates on a leaf of my tablet, then entered the car and In a few moments returned with four cards which he presented to me bearing the following viz Rev. Moses K. Nakuia, HonolulaT-H. Mr.

Justic Werner, Kauai, T. 4 H. A. S. Mahaulu, J.

P. Haleiwa, Hawaii. Mr. Peter N. Kahokuoluna, Maui, T.

H. He returned, to the car again and in a few moments the quartet began to sing in an unknown tongue but the music was good and nSelodious. four in number. Bessie Anders Dilla Anders Bertha Boyd County, commend the good judgement Their names are Ahrima Allen Florence Adams Kate Bealmear F.K. Baldrige B.

R. Bolinger James E. Collier Bertha Corvith Mary McClelland piness. to secure these rights governmets are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the governed." etc. If we do then we have forgotten how to teach and popularize them to our children.

Instead this nation has run into a state Sadie Bealmear Beul a Burgess Pearl Conawav Estelle Clark Marion Chambers Miss Dawley Elsie Davis CHURCH SERVICES PRESBYTERIAN The work on the church has progressed sufficiently to permit services there next Sunday. Sunday Sdhobl at 9:45 A. M. Preaching at 11:00 A. M.

Subject, "Life'sEvening Light." There will be no afternoon and evening services, but instead the congre Relda Davis Gladys Dupree Theresa McDermott Earl D. Evans of commercialism destructive of both Bessie Dixon our civil liberty and morality. The Mary C. Foote -xenter of attraction at Dodge City Iva Firestone on this sacred occasion was, horse gation will join with the other churches in a union service to be held on the vacant lot at the corner of Spruce and Third Streets at 8. P.

M. racing and the ball games where the collection of! tolls and betting is the of our superintendant in securing. S. V. Mallory.

Ray and J. Cpe as instructors who have given their best efforts to make the institute a succes. -tx: f-. We especially commend Prof. Coe upon the ability he has shown in his portion of the work.

He is an able scholar and we find in him the gentle manly principals so much needed in educational work. We wish to thank him for the interest he has manifested In, maintaining extra classes in the afternoon and his in estimable assistance in the Normal athletics; be it Resolved, that we express our appreciation for the return' "of Prof. Ray, who has endeavored himself to the members of the institute by his spirit of sympathy -and helpfulness, and skillful and origiorial manner in which he has presented his work. The members of the algebra class are especially grateful to him for the extra assistance he has given them. Be it Resolved that we express our gratitude to Conductor Mallory, for the efficient manner in which he has METHODIST Edith Early: Pearl Foote Alice McFarl and Nancy Gregg" Alice Heitmann Anne Huck Grace Hall Fay McIIugh Ernest Johnson Will Joerling Clara Kleystenberjf Jessie Kessel Fred Laudick Ida M.

Gaskill Frances Hansen Gail Hancock Minnie Husser Sevinnie O'Hara Delea Joerling Helen Jastatt There will be the regular preaching chief. incentive that called the mas-ses together and receives the ap-pfause. In other words profit and speculative gain at the expense of the. celebrants who made the day conspicious for its lack of true patriotism; 1. May Kessel Olive Laird C.

M. Lackman Ned Leatherwood Mattie Lout Martin service in the church Sunday morning at 11:00 Mrs. J. Rose will have charge of the Junior League at 3. P.

M. The Ep worth League will meet at 7. P. M. At 8.

o'clock our congregatiotl will join in the union open-air sarvice on the vacant property at the corner of Spruce and Third Streets. Lights and seats will be provided and everybody is invited to come to church and be comfortable. A. W. Pastor.

Mrs. Joseph Herron and Miss "Margaret Herron of Bellefont came up to the city on the local passenger train Wednesday and returned on No. One of the Spearville Sports who attended the Base Ball game between the Kinsley and Dodge, city teams last Sunday was heard to say at the depot when on their way home that they had come up for the money, and got it. Who says this is not a place for gamblers. Floyd D.

Millard Lauvie Murrell Florence Mills Gertrude Nichols Eya Price Lama Pun Isabel Robertson Florence Squire H. R. Spratt Cecil Sughrue. Odin L. Samples Catharine Sughrue Clara B.

Smith Wm. F. Umbach T. E. Vincent Coifford Meairs Gussie Mootz Mamie Morcer Agnes Nieto Arthur Price Hellen Ripple Ota Squire Nellie Sughrue Francis A.

Stout Myrtle Smithson Margaret Sloan Madge Small Jessie Seacat Estella Vincent Ruth Warner Alta Wyatt 8 In the evening. conducted his work. We extend to him special thanks for the superior plans he has persued in the theory class and for the general high tone to which he has elevated the institute. We earnestly advocate and endorse his election for State Superintendant, a position he is' pre-eminently qualified to fill. Resolved, that we express our appreciation to Miss Viva and Mr.

JSarl Anderson for their effiicient services in conducting the music of the institute. Mr. E. Z. Lovejdy of Atchinson, arrived in this city yesteyday.

Not a few persons who" take active part in church work on Sundays, attended the horse races last Thus giving encouragement to the-gamblers and sporting people who are the enemys of good order and church ethics. He owns a 14 section of lan three D. B. Wilson miles northeast, of city, and is the in Alta Woodward Alvin F. Warrington Mrs.

Roy Burdett and children have gone to Colorado, Springs. looking after his interests samev 1.

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