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The World Brotherhood from Dodge City, Kansas • 8

The World Brotherhood from Dodge City, Kansas • 8

Dodge City, Kansas
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TEACHERS GRANTED Farmers Restaurant BEST MEALS IN THE CITY FOR 25 CENTS, MRS. C. KENNEY. 215 Santa Fe Trail Sixty-nine who have taken the examination to teach in the Common Schools have been granted certificates. The following list gives the names of those who have the ex amination and the grade of their 0.

H. Simpson E. H. Ballou Dentists Office in Simpson Bldg. Phone 194 Dodge City, Kansas For Optical Work Sec P.

H. YOUNG THE OPTICIAN Prompt Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed Consultation and Examination Free Edith Early, Ford. Frances Hansen, Belle font. Delia Keiper, Dodge City. There are fifty eight school districts in the county out side the city schools.

Bucklin will employ four teachers' Speareville three, Ford two and Dodge City seventeen making a total of eighty-four teachers for the county this year. The 20th United States Infantry arrived at city on No. 4, east bound train last Tuesday about two o'clock P. M. They came direct from the Philipines and had been stationed in Manilla.

They are on their way to Detroit, Michigan, or that vicinity. A finer lot of men physically you could not find any where. The trip over the ocean must have put an additional glow of health upon the face of each one of them. We did not see a man among them that did not bear the mark of being well' kept or one that showed any signs of dissipation. Upon inquiry we learned that the only diseases that were dreaded at the Philipines was cholera and small pox the latter however was not jso prevalent or dangerous as cholera.

The political outlook for self government was not considered of I he brightest The older inhabitants were indifferent to their condition and they were supposed by our informant would lapse back into the old way of doing things if left upon their own resources. The young men educated since they have come under the -con-troll and guidance of our government are conceited and think they are the "It" or whole thing" to use the expression commonly applied to up starts, and it was added that there were too many different opinions among them. To all which we believe, is a very hopeful indication that they are advancing very satisfactorily and when their heads are older with experience and a little further development on the lines of civil government backed with the teachings of their moral responsibili A Sad Accident Rev. M. Lee Sorrey of the Christian church while out in an automobile was run into by the Rock Island train on its return to Bucklin on the south side crossing.

The automobile was demolished and Mr. Sorrey seriously injured. Have no further particulars as we go to press. Last Monday evening at 8:30 the Winfield Southwestern College male quartet gave an entertainment in the M. E.

church, of this city. The young men did well and pleased the audience, which was of considerable size hugely. Dean Platts, of the college was with the quartet and made a short address. A free will offering was taken at the conclusion. Mr.

C. Roberts purchased a fine registered Pointer Dog at St. Louis recently which he prised very highly and had him collared and chained in dog fanciers best drapery." The dog, collar and chain have suddenly disappeared and gone to parts unknown, doubtless Mr. Roberts will pay a liberal reward for the return of the dog. The out door union" preaching services on the lawn back of the corner of 2nd and Spruce streets on last Sunday evening was well attended.

The sermon by Rev. Spires was well received. It was good to be there and everybody should attend these meetings that can. Rev. Spires, wife and children, left Tuesday morning on a two weeks vacation.

'Mrs. Spires was going to Great Bend to visit her people while Mr. Spires will extend his visits from there to other points before returning. FOR SALE Lots from one to a block. If you want a nice place to raise chickens come and let us talk it over.

Will trade for stock. P. H. Sughre The usual Sunday morning services will be conducted in all the churches except the Baptist, the Rev. Spires being absent on a two weeks "vacation there will be no preaching services SEE G.

PAINTER for REAL ESTATE and AUTOMOBILES Lands to Exchange for City Property New and Second Hand FURNITURE SECOND HAND GOODS A SPECIALTY Entire house keeping outfits at a very low price S. S. Eash certificates. PROFESSIONAL Nellie Sughrue, Dodge City. FIRST GRADE Alta Wyatt, Buck in.

Gertrude Nichols, Kinsley. Elsie Davis, BucLlin. Relda Davis, Bucklin. Estelle Vincent, Bucklin. Pearl Conaway, Dodge City.

Flora Burr, Bucklin. SECOND GRADE' Sevinnie O'Hara, Speareville. Delia Joerling, Dodge City. Beulah Burgess, Dodge City. Iva Firestone, Ford.

Grace Snyder, Dodge City. Myrtle Smythson, Stafford. Frances Stout, Ford. Isabelle Robertson, Bucklin. Florence Da wley, Dodge City.

Kate Bealmear, Dodge City. Florence Mills, Bucklin. Sadie Bealmear, Dodge City. Delia Anders, Dodge city. Odin Samples, Speareville.

Clara B. Smith, Dodge City. Clara Belief ont. Bessie Dickson, Dodge City. Ralph Bolinger, Bucklin.

Mary J. Foote, Speareville. Olive B. Laird, Brasher, Mo. Alice Heitman, Bucklin.

Fred Laudick, Speareville. Alvin Warrington, Spearevslle. Mamie Worker, Ford. Win. F.

Umbach, Belief ont. T. E. Vincent, Bucklin. Clifford Meairs, Dodge City.

Cecil Sughrue, Dodge City. Jessie Kissel, Speareville. May Kissel, Speareville. Bertha Boyd, Speareville. Florence Pollard, Bucklin.

THIRD GRADE Harry Spratt, Dodge City. Catherine Sughrue, Dodge City. Florence Squie, Bucklin. Gail Hancock, Bucklin. Anna Hink, Dodge City.

Mattie Lou Martin, Dodge City. Ora Squire, Bucklin. Laura Pine, Dcdge City. Stella Clark, Dodge city Marion Chambers, Fort Dodge. Helen Jastatt, Dodge City.

Nina Brown, Reinert Alvina B. Allen, Jetmore. Jssip Rparaf. RnrlrHn M. SUTTON CARL VAN RIPER County Attorney LAWYERS Office in Hoover Block Kansas Dodge City Newly Uirm ROOMS Clean and Neat at Reasonable Prices MRS.

J. W. SCOTT 501 Santa Fe Trail at that church next Sunday. Ten or a dozen of unique dressed FIRE, LIGHTNING TORNADO! vsooa insurance AGAINST THE ABOVE CAN BE HAD BY CALLING ON Hale English ties toward their fellow men they will rise to a model citizenship. Messers A.

V. McDowell and George W. Burnett of Tulsa, Oklahoma, were callers at this office on last Tuesday. They have been at the oil fields of that country and accompanied the writer to the prospect well now being put down at this place and took considerable interest in its further development. Mr.

McDowell examined some of the dirt taken up from the bottom of the well now down about 740 feet and stated that it indicated that oil might be struck from 100 to 300 feet further down, that in Oklahoma the same indications would almost insure oil within 100 feet, but if they did not get oil so soon it was almost a certain ity that oil would be fouHd at a depth of 3000 feet The two gen young ladies walked the streets each with a small grip in hand advertising. They will leave tonight or in the morning. Sup't. Bodyfield. left on Wednesday evening for Seattle, Washington.

Miss Mary Hale will be in the office each afternoon during his absence Sunday excepted. 1 H. P. McCaustland, of Bucklin, was in Tuesday and reports five threshing machines at work near that place and wheat rolling in to that market. Mr.

R. B. Herron, wife and child came up from their farm 3 miles south of Speareville on last Wedne day on a business trip. Eugene Smith, of the Speareville News, has sold his paper and intends to move to Denver, Colorado. Tom Taylor, of Bucklin, is'yisitlng in the city this week.

Attend the Stock Reducing Sale AT THE BEE HIVE Sale Begins Tuesday 6th. GEO. T. MARTIN DODGE CITY KANSAS Margaret Sloan, Dodge City. Claudsley Lockman, Dodge City.

Ernest Johnson, Dodge City. Gussie Mootz, Dodge City. Alice McFarland, Speareville. Lovie Merrill, Dodge City. James E.

Collier, Speareville. Helen Ripple, Dodge City. -Iva M. Gaskill, Fort Dodge. Fay McHue, Kingsdown.

Pearl Foote, Speareville. Great Western Hotel C. S. SCOTT, Prop. This house changed hands on July 1st tlemen are on their way further west and intend, to stop at Garden City.

And has been thoroughly renovated, papered and painted and put, in lo filrst class order. THE POPULAR $1.00 PER DAY HOUSE-.

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