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'   ' ESTABLISHED 1865 a labor exchange mine in the old I Bell shaft a little over a week City Council, Owing to a Mistake, Orders ago and now they have 18 mem- I bers and others are wanting to BURLINOAME, KANSA.Ss FEBRUARY 4, 1915 Vo,.m00 ;i..,-,.,.r.-r .Rv.t ...,.. ,,,..,.,. ,----,,- e INYI: OLDEN COUNTY CULLINGS' ,lrn,-ol.,:./ra..L. . ."-- .... I A R.E V O U IN D O U B 3" wi00,.ub"0,n and I | 0i00.00AnS t. INTERESTING ITEMS BLIPPED OR CON- l About What to Buy II Banker Honored by the Kansas Day Club, i[ ,r,,1 sreALTC' r_nfiPEl17 [ PRINTED FROM THE COLUMNS DENSED FROM THE OSAGE ! "-" " Present? |1 Chastened bYn(h:hedeS:dberth I ]|LUJ.'  JKUlllio I OF THE GHRONICLE fiflllNTY PAPERS | tor /oar el two > ars ago Y , - ch,o=i b,,y 5. 1. ........ 1 i] turning of the political tide as i , ......  ..... ra ...... x- in- t. S. Newell has been appoint-   i[shown at the election held last ......... at  w ,s-, .... -" "o ed postmaster at Harveyville.  . l lNovember, the Kansas republi- i Everything uooa to at ann | stead of George Hoover Sr. wh Mary Shirley has filed suit in   If so go t I-IUNT'S |lcans cmprising the farous ] Living Prices , i was elected cnstable" district court for divorce from where ou will get |/Kansas Day club held their busi- I I We want both .a fire c.omny obt Shirle- I Y - i/ness- meeting yesterday after-  j ana nre engine m urnngame. The "juice"eWtS:lrn;dsO:tll :i'. 6 [ suggestmns that !/npenche:seC:ne d :ff;::;nehSte, n:dott # Highest/larket Prices fo Produce 1 T/:agcladaesS'alentewmelelglh'YU' overroo s e g  m mz .-- - " "i e m, . ha in been I last week i| |[ -" " ' | will not Gay ret ev i!a discordant note v g a  Died, January 81, of eu- " ..... ub I| |:i(, )f/ /  | ..... |]sounded. The welcommg hand    monia, L. Morgan, after an "!11- i! nN:i:!i'::::: li I Made'R'an:i;; It iid:iiili ! F W; OptomUi N r [1 penance [ ! !i!!! and s     age 26 uantity of theliquid. Its mouth i|  i[] Bb ............. - ............... January q .......  -'en tmmi m at m .-- mr mnmn Talntlrn Burlingame Man Helped TryBadders, 31. Theremains were takento was consmeraow ourneu.-u - __ __ ..  ---- --"  "- - /llll- H It lllXNlll ......... M;=nrifor bural m News I  "-  ............... /IUI. Ilrt /uiIill,,U W.K. Hanna, wno was on the ......... -"( " ' X WILL BE REPAID. ', federal jury at Kansas City that q,,en men at Fostoria started EXCESS TA II| r |'r fl _ The January thaw was barely - 1 IO 11111./ li.)rllll Farm Animals Puts tried George S. Badders, the on time but it got-here just the Increase in Number of Frank G, Hunsicker 0f Osage Oily Will Try the Lie to the Cry of Alarmists. former Topeka merchant charged ame and February was ushered Repayment of an Overcharge, The city council had a long meeting Monday night but there was little business of public interest. Mayor Pringle and Messrs. Hotchkiss, Iman and Smith were present. Claims wereallowed as follows: ELECTRIC LIGHT Ind. Tel. Co ................ 1.50 GENERAL Martin Lund .............. 2.00 WATER SEWER A. C. Tubbs ............. 17.00 J. F. Dickensheets .......... 88 Ind. Tel Co ................ 1.50 A. M. Jarboe ............... 2.75 Jack Parrish ............... 2.50 W. H. Bolden .............. 8.75 Owing to an error one-half mill on the dollar too much was collected on the tax for crossings for 1914 and a resolution was adopted to refund this excess of one dollar on the $1000 to those who produce their tax receipts for 1914 at the city clerk's office. After an executive session the council adjourned about 11 p. m. E. F. Scott was a caller Tues- day to pay for his paper and one sent to his brother, C. S. Scott, who is publishing the Arizona Magazine at Phoenix. get in as soon as room can be found for them. This is no 'doubt the best way to operate the mines of this county, as it does not require so much capital to be invested to run a mine as[ '\\; it does in many other parts, t Scranton Gazette. / James Goldsmith Sr., an aged / resident of Lyndon, died last" Wednesday night. Sheriff W. A. Woods of Green- wood county left for home this morning having ]n custody, a young man accused of statutory rape, the fellow having been tak- en in charge by Sheriff Isaacs at Carbonale, Tuesday night, brought here and kept till called for as above. Lyndon Herald. John Larsen, an aged and well- to do farmer of Fairfax township, was last week found in probate court at Lyndon to be of feeble mind and an habitual drunkard and Arved Larsen, a nephew, was appo:nted his guardian. A. L. Drummond. friend and former pastor of Mrs. Elmer tighmy, will preach at the Bap- tist church here next Sunday. Hear him. For Oongressional Nomination Next Year, Frank G. Hunsicker of Osage county is a candidate for the republican nomination for con- grcs in the Fourth district. This is one of the developments of the annual gathering of republi- cans for the Kansas day cele- bration. Mr. Hunsicker hasbeen a resident of Osage City since September, 1870, which was six months after he was born. Mr. Hunsicker is a farmer and stockman, at this time being a member of the executive commit- tee of the State Live Stock associ- ation, which concluded its annual meeting this week at Wichita. He has always had a prominent part in the political affairs of the district and has an acquaintance l throughout the state, tlunsicker belongs to the live, hustling bunch of young Republicans and will make an energetic campaign. --Topeka Capital. This news fro-m-tide Capital is not altogether a surprise. Mr. Hunsicker, or maybe we had better give him his title of Dr. Hunsicker, is the lbresent chair- man of the county republican committee, in which position he has done some effective work. No doubt if the Capital's state- ment is reliable and correct he will be getting busy very early The supreme note of the busi- ness meeting, the session of the Kansas Day club ax which a fight may be expected if there is any Kansas Day fight anywhere, was absolute confidence in a sweep- ing republican victory in 1916 which will place Kansas solidly back in the republican column, national, state and legislative. The representativbs of congres- sio;al districts now represented in congress by democrats pro- mised the other members of the Kansas Day club that in 1916 they will elect republicans to congress, while the districts now represented by G. O. P. congress- men pledged themselves to re- mare faithful. There were no fights for offices in the club for the ensuing year. Every election was unanimous, and in the elections as in the ex- perience meeting, the best of feeling prevailed. Walter L. Payne, of Burtin- game, a well known republican and a well known banker, was elected president of the club for the next year, succeeding F. W. Parrott, of Clay Center. E.P. Thompson, of Smith county, em- ployed in the office of the state treasurer, was elected secretary of the club, succeeding A. B. Just as we anticipated, the with use of the mails to defraud alarmists have been crying came home Saturday night. Bad- ders was convicted on all seven "wolf" when there has been no wolf in sight. They have began counts submitted to the jury and predicting meat at 50 cents a may be fined $1000 and sent to pound and $10 shoes within the jail for five years on each ccunt next two years because of the if the maximum penalty is am- alleged shortage in beef cattle, posed by the court This would but the U. S. department of mean35 years in jail and $7,000 agriculture has exploded a tor- in fines Baddders is but 32 years pedo under the alarmists--who old and very shrewd, but his are also no doubt the speculators, i failure to escape paying the pen- in with very muddy roads but bright sunshine and spring warmth. * An entertainment and supper will be given February 19 for the colored Masons, Mt. Calvary lodge No 56. The so-called "Boston Double Uncle Tom's Cabin troupe" that appeared here Monday was the worst fraud visited Burlingame. with a report that shows that on January 1, 1915, there was, in- stead of a decrease in live stock, warning to other would-be"high as compared with the same date financiers." Mr. Hanna says in 1914, an actual increase in the the jury was out but an hour and number of beef cattle in the a half and Badder's conviction United States of 1,212,000 head, was a foregone conclusion from in milk cows of 525,000 head, in the first ballot. h f 5 685 000 head and of On Monday Badders was sen- ogs 0 , , , - - ...... 000 head Of the 1tented to serve five years in the norses o, ' .... t d the -reat bulk[federal prison at Leavenworth nmes zmpor e g I ........... ed ' ann o pay anne oi 't,ou He coms from countries not involv I " ' in war and our imports are less gave notice of an appeal and bail than one-half the consumption, was fixed at $10,000. The increase in the total value Frank Spaulding will erect an of farm animal,'in the year was iron clad building on Santa Fe over 78 million dollars, or 1.3 per avenue near Spaulding Bros. feed cent, and while the increase is [store to be used as an ice house, not yet proportional to the in- it being his intention to go into alty for the big steal he so suc- Hon. J. M. Asher returned to cessfully put over should be a Louisville, Ky., Tuesday. Hon. Max Buek has gone to Michigan to visit his c Miss Sadie Bue!l of Topeka in town visiting her sisters. Miss Callie Hunter Mo., is here visiting Jeff Hunter. Miss Maggie Lander of Win- chester, Ky., a sister of Ray. Lander, reached here last J. Lacy is back Ala. and will remain a two and then return to Decatur to locate permanently. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. twelve miles southwest of t crease in population, which is approximately 2 per cent, the fact that there is an increase, that the tide seems definitely to have turned, is regarded as a suf- ficient answer to alarming exag- gerations and misleading figures. the retail ice business this sum- mer. With two dealers in ice we should be able to keep cool during the coming hot season. celebrated their silver January 26, with many present at dinner. They were the recipients of many gifts. E in the game manufacturing medi- Crossley, of Topeka, he goes to C000BAT Tit COLD k U C Z' OoN S k g cineand advertising his candi- Washingtn in March with Sena" Honors ForaBllr, illgamoLady. - dacy as he will doubtless have an for Charles Curtis. The election of Payne to the Burlingame gathered in all l abundance of company in the presidency of the Kansas Day sorts of honors at Topeka on I  R Y race. It is given out that How-clubisarewardforfaithful and KansasDay and ill addition to[  WiT[' F00 ard F. Martindale, defeated last efficient service as secretary of Walter Payne's election as presi-[ 00[LL[N fall bY Dudley Dlittle' is inclin" the club fr five r six years in dent f the Kansas Day club al ' ed to try it again, while C. E. the club's younger days. His name was placed in nomination Burlingame lady, Mrs. J. T. Carroll of Alma, defeated by by Ralph Faxon. of Wichita, a Martindale for the nomination, is Pringte was honored by being[ _ _ former president of the Kansas chosen as vice president for the 1 Day club. Faxon was president Fourth district of the Womens' 1 and Payne secretary of the club Kansas Day club. This was an honor worthily bestowed, as Mrs. again in the race. Homer Hoch Having sold my store, and going to the farm, I of Marion is also mentioned as a will sell on possible candidate, ex-senator G. Saturday, F.00o. 13, 1915 beginning at 1 o'clock P. M. to the highest bidder for cash: Hats, Hoods, Scarfs, Children Hats, Caps, Flowers, Feathers, Plumes, Ribbon, Velvets, Silks, Satins, Braid, Everything found in a first class Millinery Store Hair Goods, Human Hair Switches, Show Cases as follows: 1 round front 8 feet long, 1 square 5 feet long, I 16x20 inches 30 inches high, Bed springs The ladies are especially invited to come in and inspect the goods, and "remember everything goes," regardless of price. No reserve bids, or by bidding. 00-Pa /Virs./1. B. Care) , Imer Burlingame," Col. (I. W. Stoors, Auct. Kansas.. H. Lamb of Yates Center has a "hankering" and it is not alto- gether improbable that Burlim game may offer the name of Hon. J. T. Pringle. His Birlhday is Historical. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ellis have more than the usual reason to re- nember January 29, for it is not Kansas day, marking the birth of the state, and McKinley day, marking the birthday of a martyred president whose great- ness and goodness will ever keep his mbmory green in the minds and hearts of a patriotic nation, but the date also marks the arrival at the Ellis home of a son, born last Friday. In bidding the newcomer a hearty "wel- come to our city" the Chronicle also hopes that the little strang- er may grow up to be as great as the state of his nativity and as good as that president whose birthday we celebrate with that I of our splendid commonwealth, 1 :Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of Topeka, visited last week with Mr and Mrs. Robert Jack. the same year and Mr. Faxon paid a warm tribute to the nomi- nee's excellent service in earlier days. Tom Wagstaff, of Indepen- dence, disclaimed any desire to adopt Joe Cannon methods, but he moved to have the nominations closed and make the election of Payne unanimous. President Parrott of the club asked if there was any discussion. Ther was none, so he put it to a vote and Payne was elected without a dis- senting vote Thompson was elect- ed for secretary and his election, also, was unanimous. The new officers were called upon for sleeches, and Payne's made a hit. "We have a national admini- stration of sentimentalists," he said, "and we are almost the l laughing stock of the wor4d. The only remedy, for the existing chaos is an allopathic dose of good old republican doctrine. "As republicans we've got to forget some of the fads and isms of the last eight or ten years and stand together for republi- Pringle has not only been one of i the nost zealous workers in club t work in the district, or the state t state for that matter, but she is I more than ordinariN wellinform- ed and intelligent. Her many t friends will hope that this may 1 prove but a step toward the pre- sidency, a position for which she is splendidly equipped and would fill with great efficiency. Farmers' Institutes ie February. Notice of the annual meeting of Farmers' Institutes at Over- brook, February 17, Michigan Valley, February 18, Osage City, February 19 and Barclay Febru- ary 20 has glready been given in this paper. We call attention again to these meetings because of their value to everyone in the community, whether living in cants." town or in the country. His speech was greeted with All should get behind the in- cheers and applause. Mr. Thomp- statutes and boost, for by so, the new secretary, confined [ doing they will be promoting e t as'remarks to a brief expression[general welfare of the en'_;ire] of his appreciation of the honor ] community. oe nane mee-| the club had done him and clings begin at 10 a, m. and a corn-| led eto give his duties his best/plete program has been arranged P g:  " s ! *attentmn. for the forenoon . The human body is but an animated furnace that must be properly fed with the right kind of fuel to brink about best results. If you eat to live, instead of living to eat, you will buy and consume those food stuffs that are best designed to bring about health, vitality and comfort. This kind, and this kind only, are sokt by us. W pride ourselves on the quality and quantity we give our customers for their money. Always 100 cents worth for one dollar ISkkC