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THE WAY CLOTHING STORE ""c=r. t o. the Baptist chur:'c 1hen s 00lz.oo uv00t0000,uA-00 000.uu II 00peclal .d MONDAY  !1 1 ff 1 Dr. s-Tst ' Men's 18.00 " " ,, o II , __ | Every Tuesday ancl Friday at o.0o It 5n==2.50 Pants Now ,t 1[ Williamshtel. men S l ;.Uu uiim l'uw 0.OO II _ .0 II|Georg,e, werein TopekaSatm II .. , "" "" n--'s Now i fill ,.[tosee High Jinks" at the Gr I K fin .ITITS Now q tiff II 2vten s :t,z---:t,,.oo t-'ant I.UU 1t Mrs. Yogof-Sc-r-anton ,t..,  --.-.-- --- - u,vv il _. . _ - ,-, _ .n_ led here the past week with Men's 18.00 SUITS Now I1.00 Ii Boys' 85c KnickeroocKer rants CUC 'tdaughter:-Mrs:TW':-Brattn' " .Va II 11 Mrs. Dr. eanrooK visite(i tat ...... .,r..-mv.,qr..,ir,:l,'mr,,r,,'l,,,[week at Scranton with her lll@lllll@ll@llll  Ii@iIII I ;:::s:rMr' and Mrs. George , ---   -, O $OHOOL NOTES, High School Conference, [ .AlmOOr ' I linDllarMystery,a'hasitsfirst: The nextbig seri l, The Mil' w .... tl The J anior class have decided Following is the program for Whereas the ordinance relating! 'ii1:  !installment at the Garden Tues.. .  ! to gve" "Brother Josiah. " "as their" the high school conference to be to city taxes, for lktl4, as passe(t| , day evening February 9. !class la held at Osage City on the after and published prowded a levy oft / DvSII]I] IaM00ts t ................... I B a r g a i n. D a y I p Alta y" Drake of Fountain Inoon of tebruary' 20 beginning'- :n:ih:lfs?funby :fl:s:k:tr:he" et tWill$ Relieve P P Your' infligestion  JandMrSMrs. J VaughnofBurhngameRobert Williamson Of [ __  _ rt -- Z., ; Ridge visited high school last l a;, , oh:mC:r:relatm n of Vocational levy appears on the tax roll in F'. w." vogwH. [Amarillo,. Texas, visited_, relatives Monday afternoon. T C " ' "'e at m Scranton Thursday Scranton t rda [ebrua and Academic Work in High theCountyTreasurersoffic a U 9 f A numberofY. M.C.A. boys .... , .... T.,-] ......... A-,n-halfmils For rent Half section three[Gazette" ! Y Y ! leaveFridaynoon toattend the!CnD. -- L" Heflmann' v" SB:itlesoved'"asameano milessoutheastoftown. SeeP. I ArecentBurlingamereale v'oo$ 'convention at Wichita. I . l,..,,.,. .... ,, ore Vital.correcting this error that all taxl trownawe!. ...... transfer: Errett P. Lynch to, .. Address, Some M r  . -  , I I The normal class wmted grade ,..; a,,, ," n " Su-t M payers wishing a refund ofthzsl The foot and mouth dmeaselEugene G Spauldmg, totsl0 and . Pha m uu,ado -- v   . "  . . "  i We have secured a | two Tuesday mormng of last 1,  ...... Kansas Cit,, Kans i one mill excess tax, being $1.00!has appeared among herds in[ll, blockS, Caniff'saddition. and "'-- _ , i week and grade three Wednes- "',Curricuum oftheSmall High'on ,1000 assessed valuation, mayICowley , Sedgewick, Sumner andltract north thereof,$300. h,, n h of ch,ldren s | day morning. "  Mickel Fred receive the same by leaving with ! Butler count'ies in an aeute form[ w--=-,---, . . .,, a lazgla Miller the City Treasurer or tzy erK t an a rzgm quaranune has een ........ Ich we wi rearrange tne seas shoes wh il  " p their tax receipts showing taxes  instituted. week at Scranton with herl  parents, Mr, and Mrs. George  Hartshorn. "Supervised Study."-O. Miss Clara Buck was school visitor last Thursday after- noon and Miss Josephine Bolton Stevens, Fred Jorgensen. for 1914 paid. Tax receipts will sell at Friday morning. "Relation Between Rural Despite the cold weather we Schools and Village High 011e h-[fa Price had our monthly f'e drill last Schools."-O. H. Thomas, E. A. ' = Thursday morning and cleared Thomas. the building in the usurl length "Reorganization of the High of time. School." Burlingam:=antile C ! We are glad to see Charlie a. The Program of Studies, I The mpany Amos back in his place after be- b. The Daily Program, 0 ing laid up with his finger, which c. Administrative Factors. was badly mutilated in the circle --Prof. W. H. Johnson, High saw of the manual training shop. School Visitor, Lawrence, Kans. II  Mr, Morris, vice president of Business Meeting. , ' " the Central Business college of All high school teachers-, are A Feed and erve i cnc is free nently required by old ge We always recommend Emulsion conainb iJypophoshile Pictures framed at Hall's. Rev. W. O. Davis was in To- peka Friday. ,Land Hogle was in Kansas City on business last week. Kansas City, was with us Wed- expected to attend this meeting. veek tAll the grade teachers, all the nesday afternoon of last rural teachers and the public in soliciting contestants for a con- tgeneral, are cordially invited. I test which is to be opened up by ]that college some time soon. I A.L. Drummond, former pas- tor of the Christian church at The Farmers' Mutual Tele- be returned with check for ex -I phone Co is about to issue a new cess tax as soon as the amounts I directory. Would it not be worth can be properly determined. Passed by the council at the money to you, Mr. Merchant, to regular meeting February 1, 1915. pay a dollar a month for Mutual I N.J. Griffin, service and have your name and Attest. City Clerk. business in thedirectory? adv, I The rainy weather of Friday I J Notice to Stockholders, Saturday and Sunday caused the] The annual meeting of the snow to disappear, but during] stockholders of the Farmers' Sunday night the rain that had Mutual Telephone company will lbeen falling changed to snow be held at the office of the com-] and when people got up Monday pany in Burlingame, Kansas. on morning it was to find the earth Saturday February 6, 1915, at 1 again covered with a blanket of o'clock p. m. for the purpose of white to the depth of two or electing officers for the ensuing three inches. year and to attend to other im- P. Brownawell returned Sun- portant matters. as an ideal combination for this purpose. F'. W. Fogwell. IR0tts Bb0,t 000wn 'fare to be found at Vaughn's officers for theremainder of the market. 26tflterm: President, Lloyd Randal: E. H. Fast Jr. returned Friday vice president, Emily Davis; Mrs. C. V. King went to Kan- from a business trip of several secretary, Alma Kirchner. The The Ionian Society has chosen Norton, Kansas, will preach at Preliminary to the Saturday The choicest meats of all kinds! the following pupils as their :the Baptist rhurch here, next'meeting an oyster supper will be Sunday, both morning and even- i given on Friday evening Febru- ing. Hi, has been located at:cry 5 at RedPepper schoolhouse, Norton since 1903, except one !the admission fee of ten cents covering the price of a bowl of sas City yesrerday. I days in Kansas City. Big reduction on beds, mat- tresses and springs at Hall's. Dr. Childress, Osteopatht Every Tuesday and Friday at Loose hay is better and cheap- / the Williams hotel, tf er than baled hay. Brackney I sells it. 29tf, Mrs. E. S. Beverly and Mrs. Dr. Childress, Osteopath. t Fred Beverly and little daughter were in Topeka last Friday. Every Tuesday and Friday at I illiams hotel, tf Mrs. J. T. Pringle and Miss Inda Estep attended the Kansas Mrs. Belle Wilson of Topeka Day celebration in Topeka Friday. visited over Sunday with herl daughter, Mrs. Ed. Hotchkiss. I W.L. Payne, T.'A. Ellis and Miss Anna Pratt was home/Louis Jarboe attended the meet- Saturday and Sunday from Doug- / ing of the Kansas Day club in lass, where she is teaching domes-/Topeka last Friday. tic science in the high school. Fred Spaulding is here from "sit to his Cimmarron on a w mother. Mrs. J. W. Spaulding. He is on the way to Kansas City to buy cattle. The Pythian Sisters were very pleasantly entertained by Mrs. W. G. Beale, who is out with the Downer Digging machine, is here from Douglass for a two weeks visit with his brothers. Vaughn's market carries Zaonians have selected the fol- lowing as their officers: Presi- dent. Dean Dew; vice president. Howard Smith; secretary Pearl Fulks. Pauline Carey was chosen Ins treasurer for both societies. The boys basket ball team suf- fered defeat again last Friday night and this time at the hands of Barclay, the resulting score being 25 to 26. The girl's team defeated Scranton by a score 25 to 5. These were two of the best games which have been played here this season, but we regret that there are not more people who turn out to witness the games. A livelier interest taken in our athletics by more of our citizens would encourage the teams very much. We have on hand near Osage City a new player piano and a practically new high grade up- right piano on which we wish to avoid the exoense of reshipp- ng or sending a sale salesman out. Will make a close price for cash, or responsible party can pay out balance in small monthly or quarterly payments with 6 per cent interest. Write and we will send description or advise where instrument can be seen. Address W. W. Kimball, Co. 28t2 Topeka, Kan. year he served as state evange- f list, and he is now in Topeka at- !tending the legislature, having I been elected representative last fall in Norton county. I ] C.L. Orr of the Chronicle force has been on the sick list since last Friday, causing some delay on the delivery of promised job printing and also delaying work in the paper. It has been neces- sary to leave out considerable news matter, correspondence, etc., because of inability to handle it. Those who have seen "The Trey O' Hearts" from start to finish say the two last episodes are very fine and worth the cost of the whole series. The tenth episode will be run at the Garden next Monday night, with six more to follow. Physicians report a good deal of sickness at present, mostly due to colds, with occasional cases of la grippe. The city is quite free from contagious diseases and nothing worse than whoop- ing cough is reported. The groundh&: may or may not be a weather prophet, but at any rate he failed to see his shadow Tuesday unless he came out from his winter hibernation long after dinner time. Heinz's condiments, and dill, Gertrude Thorn last Thursday. sweet and sour pickles, choice I The next meeting of the club will kraut and other good things to I be held February 11 at the home eat. 26tf / of Mrs. Nellie Kelleher. Stock shipments were made to I ...... " k   I-'eople/s US- Kansas City the first of the wee | ,,,, . . - - / wna is the t)cs laxative? Yearn-of as follows: Peter Stortz anct experieneein selling all kinds leads tm to always recommend Dolph Buck, hogs, and Jim Georgeand Homer George, cattle. _____'--- ---a as the safest, sures and most satia Gov. Capper has called a peace _ tory. 8o14 only, b" u 10 .a conference to be held in Topeka F.W. Fogwell. oyster soup. All Mutual patrons a re cordially invited, adv. J. M. Craft, President Held a Kansas Day Meeting, The Saturday afternoon club held its Kansas Day meeting last Saturday at the home of Mrs. Dickensheets, where Mrs. Dick- ensheets, Mrs. Bedwell and Miss Mabel Drew were hostesses. The house was beautifully de- corated with sunflowers.flags and bunting in the national colors. The program consisted of read- ings and songs pertaining to Kan- sas. A social hour following the program was very much enjoyed, at which time the hostesses serv- ed delicious refreshments. Mrs. G.W. Doty will keep open house for her father, P. Beverly on his ninety-eighth birthday from 2:30 to 5 p. m.0 Febru- ary eleventh. This has been an anniversary kept by his daugh- ters for several years and in the past a great many of our citizens, have called to pay their respects to this venerable and loveable patriarch, who despite his close approach to the century mark is still active and possessed in a high degree of his mental facul- ties. day from Wymore, Nebraska, where he has been for the past six weeks visiting his children and celebrating his golden wed- February 12 and has asked cities and commercial bodies to send delegates. Mayor Pringle has named the,members of the city council as the delegates from this city. F. W. Hunt, the jeweler, spent three days last week in Kansas City attending the state conven- tion of the optometrists. He re- ports fine lectures and a most profitable meeting. Mr. Hunt is one Kansas man who keeps up to date in his line and if anything develops he wants to know Bundle up the kids and come out Friday night to "'The Master Key" pictures, also Tuesday night "The Million Dollar MY-I stery" pictures, Both nights I free to everybody. Six reel show [ each night. First show starts at 1 6 o'clock atthe Garden Theatre. / TO THE LADLE i III III ding anniversary. Mrs. Browna- well felt down a stairway the morning of their anniversary and sustained severe injuries from which she had not sofficiently recovered to return home with Mr. Brownawell. ed improvement in the con ence of the theater and to the financial the house. W. R. Howe, engineer at the electric light plant, wh6se re- signation has been offered to the city, will go to work for the In" dependent Telephone Co. as soon as relieved. If all goes well Mrs. Carl Bratton will be home from the hospital at Topeka tomorow or Saturday, as by that time it is believed she will be sufficiently recovered to move. Of all the soggy, sloppy days of the Friday and Sattirday took the containing }lypophoslahileS is no only the best food toni bu ill pleasant to take. Sold only by us. F. w. Fogwell. I I I .Special For Saturday at the Cash G rocery High Grade Coal Oil, per gallon ........... 6c Fine Bananas, nice size, per doz ......... 18c A dandy, welt made broom ............... 25c Punch Brand Mincemeat, 3 lbs. for..125c A good laundry soap, 8 bars for ......... 2 White Laundry Soap, 7 bars for..., ...... 25e Try the Lighthouse Cleaner, good as the best at, per can ..................... Sc We have a full line of flour and garden seeds and onion sets. ! want all the Eggs You Can Bring. Browning's Cash Grocery counter book on display. Burlingame Dry SUTHERLAND & Would you like to see the new materials t0r that Spring Dress or Suit? If so we can show you a nice assortment in the latest shades. Our new " S SPRING GOOD ARE HERE AND READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Remember we are agents for the Ladies Home Journal Patterns and have our new