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PACK TWO. VvTEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, MS. Forsythe— Says the Biggest and Best State Fair ever held in Hutchinson is on in full blast and everyone should see it. And incidentally, wishes to say he sells the Best line of Men's Furnishing Goods and Clothing in Hutchinson. The Popular iPrice Store. Don't Buy Until You Give Us a Look. (The; K(nd You Will Buy Again.) Get Ready for Winter! Buy your stoves now and have them ready when winter coifk'.s. See our new and .secondhand heaters and cook stoves. Furniture for the home, both new and secondhand. We can supply your needs for Fair Week. Snyder Furniture Co. 13 and 107 South Main SPECIAL SALE AND DEMONSTRATION 1 OF Copper Clad Ranges ALL NEXT WEEK f-TO FT F w *th each Copper Clad 17 E\.ELiK~t Range Sold during sale One Set of Pure Aluminum Ware, including Large Paris Kettle and Lid, Large Double Boiler and Cover, Large Size Stew Pan. See the Copper Clad Range at the Kansas State Fair, or at our store. NELSON HARDWARE GO. 6 North Main Puone 2410 <i> <y <t- <*• *s> -i' •!• **' «5> *i v -i' <?> 4> CATTLE AWARDS, <s> <& v * <«> «V <8> •< & -*> w <*' v Aymhfre. l$JShil>ltorn: A- It. Willluuw tt Son, J4-ii>\v. Kiih.; Jl. U Kirn-hurt, Harlow, O, II. IVviu'lll. WiiU-^luu. iiullbi, AKIMI-1, Jwi -i'ill un VunkcK (iodic. Tuu >v;ir uhl'l. William* & JII mi liny Miulih of Aldt.-Ui.riiu. Vv-aj- iUS—J, PVvfrlll uii KniU'd Good l.lfl. fii*al'»i (*air-- 1, l J t'VfiilI. J tiniur i.'uivwi -••J and 1', J'uvfj-llJ; .1. Jtim-lmrt. Ai,'«i! I'im'B- l, z und :i, Hivwill, on Hold 4tsifeiit -tf.vMit.-k, JJvim's 1 U'.uttv. uml--l>-t»i- .esksoHt OurlHan. Thirl- y*uir uM «OWH— ; Pi'viTlll on Ntira Wptfni-iM', Two your 1, ]'f\friJJ on lioutl tilti -Norn, .uiilur y tail In jfK— 1, and 2 l\?v*;fUl tm Mlnite fionU (JJft und {Jfirl«.i«|. Hfiiior ralve*.—l mid a, l'ovt'rlll Junior wilf-1 and 2, l>u\bi>UI; 3, \Villlu.it .e &• Hon. St-ulur uiiil Oi&nd ('htuuptuu Hull— JPuvi-HJJ (/(i Yjjnki-c UoodJe. Junior Champion iiull—puvcrlll on h't'iu'ri atuKi uift. St -nittr und Kl) IUKI Champion Cow 1 -- i*ovci-|Il on Knlcl'a IAJJW ubtwauk. Jvinlui- t'hampiuu Cuw—i^vel-UI on IAKIJI Oarluiui. - ,. All ifi'uujj prlzt\i wtuit to rVverJil. Holfltslni. - - inhibitor*--u. B. Pbclplluaj-y 13ar.acU». l-'i. Kejiven worth, Kuna.: J. M- Olutitnut, ijwii.'uiii, Ku-iitt; J'*, Lt. (.'row, Hutchinson, KUIIM.; Jl. N, UoUhMiiui.il, Meudv, Kan*).; I-'HIIIIH, Ncwiou, Kuiks.; .1. II. Cluvwiy, Miixwi -ll, hi.; Vium rUrui Company, Sum- .Iiulfe'i- W, 1* nUsuird, KUHwuter, Okla. AfciM mills- 1, Oiutmuit on juluumu; Uimhi-m t'h.Hjuiitiki), 2nd; 'i, r'ami Kuril) on Kii.tf ABBl" Hi.'UH«i^«Ud; 3, U. S. 1>. 1J on KIHK Iwt'inlykti Akkitintiucr Onnwby; A, J(o)<t(Minui, uii air lvonidyke J<*H'phine d« K.ol. Two yv*w oW uiUls— 1, Sivown—OUAB Kit rni on Kay no lle »Dle Hwinrwteud. Benlur .veat-MiiK- l, U. S. 1J. a: Komayko Can- uiv otiosity. Junior yuwllnu—2 uliown, , I, (ructflnut on c:iuirlly Ki*i*i«lykc l$mU»a* Hoy: 2, Axiull Kunn on Kin* I'awlao IMlli.tlnlc JJ^iiL'rn'eld. Senior citlvou—I Chivt-riy: 4, II. S. t). li. Junior cidvtw~( ^h (iW |l. HrnyziT 2 and 3 Ciuu Fatniij; 1, CJicst nut. AKM (,'uw«—I shown, 1 unU 3, Chcatnut on ifexiMtiKta Wuyiu- do li«l. unci j>lorduu Oi'iia iMo-Illdu L'ml; 2, V. S. J>. It. on Jhwtu Koi-1-X'.s Cnnary Jhunt'ttl^ud; i CM* Kurma on Alnivdu I.upfku llfiijjui y , ''''• Two year old rowr- 4 shtnvn; 1 C'lun Karma on 1'loho de Kol l'lldt- Huim'xloail; fcVw- on 'lVevlh -t 'o Ufi-ht-rt t>uk I'uynw Ji*dli»: 4, If. H. U. K on Vflflo t-'auni'V l'ohuid. SotUor yciirHiijjs-—. ahowji. I. i.'n.s .4 l^u'Jiw; 2 gitid 3 < , hf.stnut; 4, Axloll. Junior yt'aHliiK«**-H «hown; 1, Obeutnnl; 3/ CU-SB ^Wuuk ticulor valves— 1 und li t'iUiB I'ornw; Chi^mut; -1, U. S. P. 1*. Junior cal\t'M -1 and Ciusa KOJIIJ^; U. S U. II.; 4, riu-Ntnut. Senior and Urand Chuinplon Jtull— CIH-M.UUI on JohaitiBi ISunnour Cliajnplon 2nd. Junior Champion Dull—Clcvwly on bir 11<'U-riJa WiiiFon Jlonn ^ti-ad. tk-runr li in J ijr.tud i*hnmpii»n Cow -C;^.s Kunii on J'J-'l-t-' di.» Kul I'rulv JLu«,».*»-tvJd. Junior Chuuipiipii t'ow-Ciuis Kurin on Ai<^tiiU-a l»i:ik Joli ^i-'iiiiL AK'-d llfnl 1. Ctiid Karms; 2 Clusluut; 3, i;. S. ]>. It. VOUIIK iluiil— 1, C'«."t* i'"urni; Chtwt- uuL CaJf Ui .'rd-1. Ca .<ji KnrniH; 2. U. S. L». K. C.vl of Sire -\ Cass Kami; * V.^. S. D. 11.; ^ p Cln--- tiint. 1'rodtn-f of uarn—l And 3, Chcatnut; 2, JJoJdonuiJi. Jersey l^xliiHtors: W. U. Alatlhe^tt^, Hu'.cliin- iMjn, KuiM.; and K.- S, OillViund, MayeiUN Kau.i. Jiidtfo VT. U BUzzard, SUJlw/iter, OWIL Nu a^ed hullH shown. 2 yefu- <»Id Jiulla — 1, Glllilujid on BJue Wells Owl Hoy. ISo senior • \uarlniK. Junior yt-aj-liui^ — li' MattlKvys oil Noblr- l .toy'!* King-. St-nlor bull CUIVL^ - Mlnwii: 1. and 2. UlllHaml on Kmumdal l-nddiv, and IUMO llt-ll .-t v»»vl J'.oy I 'n J. JmHor t*alv»;s--2 sh «Swn: 1 OUiilitnd on unamul; Matthews on UniltlllltrCl. Aijod fiiw.s —I sliown: 1, " and 5, G1IU- Innd on Countess Jxtd's .Jiosffcud, Jliunl Uluo Uiil and Luddh-'s (Jolden Yloht; 4, l\Uttttin«H on Luflle Donna.'. 2 year *jld Cows, 2 jdwwii— l GdHJand on • litif»riwti .*d Owl's CJnw .M-; 2. Matthews on Jerst -y Bdlc. BiMilOr ymarling, 2 shown—1, (.illliiand on .Mlino's KfnnnuiiU Counu -tsji; ! 2, Matt- hewn on l^uclk* Marlf. Junior yearltnfis, 3 pliown—1 and 2, tillltland on Klnondal OWI'K Lliar, and May l^oonii; It. Matthowa on l»icne'.s Kurn. Junior calvoa—•MatL- hcvis on unn -MJifd. Junior wiJves, i shown —1 and 2, GilUlund; 3 and 4, iMitUhows. St -nior Vliamplon Hull—<JUIUand on lilue Uull'fi Owl Uo>". . Junior and Orand Oham-plon Hull—CHH- ! Iand on Klnuncial l ^uldlt;, , . Senior Champion and Grand Cow—Gilll- land on Counters U'ld'.s l ^igebud. Junior Champion Cow—CUlLUuid oil Arllne'a Klnanoial CULIHOSS. • . Atft'd HciU— lUHUund. Voun«r Herd—'I.• GUJiland; 2, MatUiown. Calf',-:- Herd— MatUo.'Ws. ' Get of slro'-l, GMl .ftnd; 2, Mak«ic-wa. l J riil n cf« of Dnm—1, OiUlland; 2, MalUiows. ' . :-v All awards in th«- Guornscyw• wnnt- to A, 1>. llym-v, of Storm L &k*\ la.,* witltout coinpoiiiion. . . Aberdeen AngusExhibitors: h. R. Ki-r »haw:, Muskoeee, Oliiu.: J. C. (Sln.tjK5on, Kufajula, OKiiu, and Kndl ll«-d ."tm -m, Lost'Spnnys, JCans. Judjtc, Jittiwri McUhins, Indianolii, Neb. A«t^I HulU, '£ (nhown—1, Bimp^on on I-addk* of ilo--ii.-mp.io; 2, Ktrshaw on Finland Ilr-rm:i.n. Two y«»ar .old .nulls, :t .shown- l, Kershaw on Plowman; 2, lUti- iitorm on Itroino lildj?.- Uiowsi-r; 3, Simpson on lv-pl>;nan. Senior yoa-rling bulls, 2 shown—1, Kershaw nil ltoy;U Block Kfton; 2, SInHW'oi t )n lll:u.k Caj) Krlfjlltirn, Junior yvarUiijfi*. I i'.iniwn~ \. Kershaw on li '.-n liar 2nd or Lone Doll. Senior culvts, 2 rtiiown—1, Simpson on 1-^lon ou Kim 1I11J; 2, Ki "M>lui\v on Muskogee ltluckbird. Junior calves, 3 fallow n—], , Kt 'rHliaw on Musktigee Slst*. 2, Korshaw on lilatik lnhuin; J, Simpson on Alyni Itoy. Senior and tjrand Champion—Kendiaw on I'lownian. JunUir Champion—Keifdmw on Muskogee Nlat, Afjid L'owa, 2 sliown—1, Slnvpson on M>'m of lioseinere; 2, Kershaw on Twin- burn Pride filh. Two year old e .own. 2 sliown—l, S4ni |Mon on Myr.i of *l\»[H?ka; 2, Kt-rshaw on Muskwi>.-e Hiue 2nd Senior yiiarllng ln*irei>-, 2 shown—1, Kerahaw on Mu«Hog »Mj Aliiy lith; 2, Simpson on Mus- ko^tjc iCrlea. Junlvr yfariinHa. 3 ahown— 1 and 3, Slni|kaiu ou Mubko ^ee Ida and KaJrland-Pansy; 2, litishaw mi Muskoti '-o Uoniui 4th. Senior ralvtw, 3 shown—1 und 2, K» i-.-ihaw, t.n MufcktiKve May 7th and MuHkofec- liriea 4th; 2, Slnipaon on AliiJha ot Kim Hill. Junior ealvej*—-1 ahown, 1 and 4, Simpson on lUark Jiinl Naoma and CoiefcUi; 2 und II, Koiwhaw on MusUotree Prldo ;ird, and Muskoseo Donna .ith. Sonior and Grand Champion Cow— Simp^jn on Sfyia of Topekai. J'unlor Chamjilon Cow—Kt-i-ahaw on MUtfki'Ken May Mh. Aged Hc-rd~'J, Kershaw; 2, SimpaoiL Yoiinpr Terd—Kershaw. Oilif Herd —1 and 2. Kershaw, Got of Sire—l and i t Kershaw on Ulnc-k Hiivertsoii and Invta -na of Roijemeiv; 2, Simpson ou Hlaek Eaton Jrd. I'roduee of Cow--J ami 2, KerslutW on May of ItoHc -meri) and Gwynn Donnu; 3 and 4, tfimphon t*n Alynt of ItoHeniyio and lUilba of l4one UoU. * Hcrefords. Uxhlbltorti: \V, J. Huwinftn & Co.. NOHM City, Kaon.; \V. J. ltrowii. Full It Ivor, Kuna ; Wallaee. and li. G. Good, Kansas City, Mo.; It. ll. Jlazlott, Eldorado. Kans.; Cart Miller IJelvue, Kans.; C M. Utrgonl and Sons, M«*rkel, Tex.; 5, J. and J, li. Turner, Leu't* Buinmit, Mo. Judfcro—^VHIIami Kurrclton, Kansas City, Mo, 01 oat lip entered and whown. Ajft-d UuiK nonts Hhown, Two year old bull», \i Hhown—l, ijnrgent on Prince Fairfax; '4, Miller on Woodford 7th; 3, Dowmun on G*iw>i -oua Leudej-, Senior yoariliuj bullH. 6 Hhown—J, Good on Good Doiuild Jlnl: 2 U.KI&. IATSCIA on lUioiue Inland 1>JX1O; 3. iiazlctt on He^u Haiti- more MUi; 4, lirown on Leon Ruport Junior yeaj-Hnc bulis. 1 ahown—1, Haztatl on J*oeuJdo UUi,; 2 and C, Turner on l ^Lwrul Purfectlon nnd I>m I^aiirfl'; 3, Lar^ent on Lnou-U-r Kalrfax; 4, Haalett ou Ilazford Uupert. Senior bull calves, S Hhown— 1, 14.1'Ktml on Klnxev Kairfhx; 2, liazlott *m Publloaji 7Ui; 3, Good on l.uau Host; 4 and 6. Tanner on Lauixd Duitald ami I^itirei Prinea, Junior bull calves, f> Hhow n—1, I'.M'tjeivt on Warrior Kalrfax; y, Good on Good ponaJd 22nd; 3, MHlw on l-.'xelio J&t JGiMi, t, lirown on Kred Uuport; Miller on E«-h<> U'ul n &0\. Senior ChanipJou liull—Largwit " on Print-*.* Knlifax. Juidor und Grand Chnmplon Bull— on Itocaldo 1 \t)i. Aired Cows. 3 shown—~1 and 2, iAlgent on floxa Itdtl^pr and Hcauty Kulrfiut; 3, lk >wm «n o)i> fdUot Peajl. 2 year t4d hedfera, 4 tthd \vn—1, lluxlott un Yfj-tia Baula; 2. lju'iitmt on Marc *lluB; ;i, 'Good on Peerless Mischief; 4 and 6, How wan on Generous Clnrn and Mbm Carnation. Senior yeai-llua; Uelfor*. 4 shown—l and 2, Haiileu on IUOMH lfllli nnd 0*unva; 3, Liii'«ti>t on l*id'u Ji 'liot; 4, Ilowmau ou Pflimy Klower. Junior yearliuj;- hnffo.^ i slmwn—1, l.araorvi on Ttof<u I too Kalrfax; ami \, Goiwi ou lAdv Donald 4th; and l^ulv l.ouald 1st.; K Hu«luit ou Chot/ih; r», Hi own on Crimson PerfcctlotL Senior heifer enlv<w. H tthowu—1 and 3, J.arnent ou Shudoland Jev.'-J 4(h find l'Vuncu La^a: 2 tLud t., MH-JU-U an,^ulutu aid inul iilotu SUM«'4.'- Mi»«r» on 'ttciia- mfc* -imnv Junior lioUcr curved, 9 *lwwu— h on iAurcl JnBS :imiiie; 2, L;u-gent oh Jieauty Fairfax 2nd; ,\ HarJetL on llocnl- rio lit*a\ity; 4,-llrowu on Ituiwrt's Lasole «rd.j 6, Mill or on ldcho IABU PJWh. senior and Gnuid ClianiplOn Cow 1 — Hallctt on Yerlia Santa. Junior Champion Cow— ll-ntlclt on Bkws IGUi. • '(StlU judgfnp; in• thlH depiirttiicnt). <!• 4> it ^ *$> if * 4. «$> 4> 4> <S> , & SHEEP AWARDS, • • • <$> ® 4> Q $ '<>"/^ «$> <^ <$• • 4* • Shropshire. \ Kxlrlbltors—KJOIVJLS SUtlfi A(jrteUlturnl College*, Manliattau, Kuns.; Doylo mrk Kmii, Pea body, Kans.; lh\ F. B. Cornell, Nlekerson, Kans,; John CoUlwater. Chase, Kans. ; Gllmore- ami Hag-iie, pcaliody. Iviuis.; Widtmlre und Ron, p«cnllar, Mo.; Sherwood lirothem, ShelbyvJlle, Mo.; 0. ll, WOLXI, Topekn, Kans. JudKv, Prof. W. L. UHzzard, StUlwuter, tikla. Affttl nuns—1, Doyle Park; 2, cold- water; 'J, Dr. Cnrnc'1. Yearling: rains— 1, and 2, K. S. A. C. &, Coldwater. rUun (Hinbs— I, Gilmoro and Ihi^uc; 2, and S» K. S. A. C. ABixl ewes—L K. S. A. C; 2, Doyle Park;' 2, Coltiwaior. Yearling ewes—1, K, S. A. C; 2, Gllniorc and 11 a sue; IJ, l>oyle. Pa rk. liwu la nibs*— I, 'j'Jihnore nnd ">lasue; 2, K, tS. A. C; 3. Iwyle I'aik.^ Klorks—1, K. « A. C.; 11, Doyle Park; 3, '.Vilniorc and Hague. Pen three lambs—I. Gilmoro anil Hagrue; 2, K. S, A. C; a, lioyle I'ark. Champion rum, Uoyle 1'iuk. CNianiplon ewt, K. S. A, C. Hnmpshlrei. .Aged rapis—1, Kht-rwoml Brothers; 2. WalLinlre, Yearling ratnw—I, 2 and ;t, Sin-rwuod Itr\Hh »Ty. \ii\m lambs—1, 2 and 3, Sherwood ltrotJirrH. Aged ewws— 1 and 3, ShcrwcKul lirothers; 2, K.--S. A. C. Ynarllng ewot'—1 and 3. Sherwood Broth- era; 2, eoldwrU<>\ JCive liunta»—1 and 2, Sherwood BroH.; ;i, K. S. A. C. Flocks— X and 2. Shenv>od Itros.; 3, K, S. A. C. Pen 3 lambs—1, and 2 Sherwood Bnw.; 'i, K. S. A. C. Champion rain and champion ewe, Sherwood .1. . Castwolds. Aged ram* -l, \VaJtmlre, Yearling rams—1 nial 2, C. K, Wood. Ram lambs —1, Wnltnifre; 2 and 3, Wood. Aged ewe —l, Wnliintf*;' » awl 3. "Wood. Yearling cwoa—1, Waltmlre; 2 and 3, Wood. (;wt» Iambs—J, 2 and,3, Wniunire. Champion ram, AVood. "Chaiupiori' 'ewe, ^Ya^tlnire. Flocks, 1, ^\"qod. j'en 3 lambe, 1 and Wood. Southdown'a. Agod ranm—1, K. S. A. C; 2 and 3, Shei*wood Mroa. Yearling rnina—1, K. S. A. C. itam lambs—1 and 2, K. S. A. C- Aged e\\ es— 1, Sherwood Hros.; 2 and 3, K, S. A. C. Yearling cwtaj—-1 and 3, K. S. A. C; 2, YValtrniro. Ew« lanib.H— 1 and 2, K. s, A. c.; 3, Waltmlre. Champion ram, SherwoodB. Champion ewe, K. S. A. C. i^'oeka iund pen of three lambs, K. W. A. C Oxfords. BRITISH IN MACEDONIA They Have Been There More Than Two Vcar»» AND IT IS A HOT PLACE Mosquitoes Uig and Dangerous —The IJulgars Are Nervous About Capture. nun. Aped Wwltmirfi. YearllTiK ins—1 ;uid 2, ~\VtdUiiire. lUini lainlxi—1 i\ '1. l'oMw:ilc-r, Aged und Waltmirr.; :i. L'nldwatpr. Yeurllne c-wes— l t (Tt.ktwutt-r; 2 find 3, WttUmlre. I'^vo l.-unb.4—1 aiitJ 2, Co'dwuter; 3, Waltmtre. Flocks--1, Wiilcmlre; 2. Cuklwalor. Pens tlirou htrnbs-1. CoWwatLT; 2. WaHmlre. CiiiLiaiiluu niiu and ewe, WaHmlre. Dar&ets. Aged ranifi, YoarlluK viuns arwl rajn Inmbs, ill] lu lCan»o« Statu AMT'cuHurat Cc^l«»re without competition. Acetl «wi'R. —1, WaJlrnllv: -X. K. H. A. a yoarllnc nwos—1 and 2, K. S. A. O.-.-'S, WaJtmlre. Ewe lunbs—1 and 2, K. S. A. C; 3, Walt- inin». Chanipiim t-am and champion awe, KauKUi .Stato Atrricultumi ColleKe. Flocks—1, K. S. A. C-.; 2, WttHmlre. Pen 2 lambs—1, K. S, A. C. 1 Delalnfl Merinos. Affi*] ram—Wultmlro. yearilnff rajus— ] und 2, .Sherwood Brag. No ram lambs shown. Oliamplon rama—Waltmlre. Afff<l ewc-s—I and 3, Wuitmlre. yearling ew *Mf —I, Waltmlre. 10we liunba—-Walt- uilre. Hiwkx, Waltmlre. I'ena, Walt­ mlre. Champion ewe, Waltmlre. Fat Wethen. All awnnlfl In thl» ciajsa went to Kan- Has Htate ABricultural Collega without L'oinpetitlun. Ask HI Heaps about tho Hepublio Truck. Ueno-Ilulck Co, 16-6t. HAD FALL CELEBRATION. Castleton Sunday' School Christmas Tree Was Enjoyed by Many, Castlcton 'B Sunday School had an Autumn L'hrisLmaa tree last Saturday. The children met at tho church. Mrs. Clnreiico Kaearice had charge at the program. i The Chriatian Hag and tho United States nag we're rallied while "Amer- lea" was BUDS . Th.e children pledged allegiance to each' flag. "The Christian Flag" waa pting. Mlsa Maggie Hayes-led In prayer. All went to tho homo of Mm, Albert Williams to purchase gifts. The porch was decorated with Cairistmos decorations. Misses Louisa l^ewls, l^hl Atwood and Florence Lewis pie- Bided at tables apd sold lead pencils, crayons, spit rubber balls, soap dolls and huodkerchlefa. Ladlea wrapped these gilts, wrote the givers' name on, cards and tied with narrow ribbons. The children took these and hung them on a Blowing tree in the church yard. The elementary superintendent, teachers and children .Blood In trout of the tree and wjjj-e ptiotograpUed. Ice croam was sirred in coneg,,, The flags were lawwod while the "Slor Spangled Banner" was Bung. - l'rayer was offered. ' Half of tho gitta will bo sen.t to India and half to &e«lco. Ninety-two were present. MIBB Kclllo Qlvena is elementary superintendent. Uiases Nettle -Dlll- man, l'-aye MbbB and Hayes Banoa.re the teachers. ' »• pid you eep tho Kepubllc'Truplt-aJ. the Yjtfx Hegp-StttA C* JH'- Wllb Hit? llrltlsli nriiiloM in Mncc- <lonta, August 27,—(CorrcsiKindrntp or lite Asaociatcrt l»rcssj — The right of the Urtish line iu .Mat(•ilonla is formed by (he Struma vail'. 1 )-, British troops arrived In June, HUH, when the-tempcrnturt' was 103 In tho shade and Ihey -liav-o been thcia ever itliice. It Is an area of varied fighting, A few IIIIII'H nt trench warinrr, then it vast jiitlrollliiB area of No Jlnn'a land, No -.Man's sou, the luttir being tho lake with lis flolllla of tiny patrol boats. Most of the fighting has taken place in the Seres plain, once the most fertile tobacco and grain urea in I the world, but now a Jungle of nton -l sirims wild plants which tower high over a man's head so tlist the whole area Is Stirling, bewildering deserted wilderness. The inhabitants have ions sjnee disappeared with the unconscious resignation of those who tor years have known no visitors but armies, no history -but that of death from the impartial bullets nntl shells of rival invaders, whose quarrels the local in- haTiitants neither underMuod nor caruil about. The Mosquito. ' The Anopheles mosquito IsVnow I lie uncrowned monarch of ihis 'whole country. It is a tar more dcally en- 1 emy than bullets or shells and armies | cannot live in the jungle, so that tins ! vast urea is now only a district lor| patrols. The British have their nosi- j Hon in oiio range of hillfl, ihe Hulgnr- ians on (he other and their patrols often met in that vast florid, No Man's 1-,-ind. Hut since the Bulgarians are . always nervous about Seres and I lie railway, they have to occupy a northern strip of tnc valley and that is where Hie llritlsh continually annoy and harass them. In this area ihe 'British are always on the offensive, keeping the Bulgarians in a continuous slnte"of nervousness. * .$ <•; <f> <s> <J- •!.- .ft .?> W E MAKE a Specialty of Alterations, Our prices are right. Work guaranteed satisfactory. Onr cleaning arid pressing la the best. Call 1?63, 4 National Dry Cleaners 3 North Main Local Dealers for Ed V. Price Tailored Suits <r% SWINE AWARDS. v - •> «• •§» *?. 4>- '?= v -t- -S' ! Poland Chinas .'*• lixliiliitms—TR.*.- 1*. Harm H, "-.,.< jr»-»*i»uta, Kan«.; I'V B."•Caldwell, li/*'vaal, Kaiw.; Doming - • Ilntrrh, Onw'Ko, Kdw-:.; A. J. Kriiart,> Ni\ss t'ity. Kaiw.; Jl. 11. .\ifj<''f it-ntl Suns, Fwnlctnpllt', NeV>.; Mahio l*urm', Gni>liipr. Kim?.; A. F. Olivier ami Hons, DjfflviHc, Kani*.; Gonrgi; M. 1'iirkert, t'ooiHjr, Neb.; linns and Vincent, Stfillni,', Kan;* JiKlSL-^s-nill Dawfioti, Kiitlli.-.-itt, Xob. AKC«1 Hours, 4 shown--1. M<-\«'r.-i on BaM'lK J5rh;irt on Uie »nsation; J, llua.-* ;inrl Vini-:-nl on Modt-I \\*oml''r. -I, MtKHv <in Iinstrj' Giant H»mior yi-arllnc*, L 5lhiwn '--KrIiart on I/miT fiob. Junior yt-arlin^rt. & t*liuwn - 1, AU-yi-rs on < 'wn- hiiskr-r itnb; '2 rind 3, DoniliiK on Uhcrty Jtunbo JUiil IJU-rty Ht>h; I. (jlivli-r on KltiK \VoiKl«r. . L ^'iiiur ttvii ins*, & sHiown —1. (,'nldwi'U. on IUK MacJt; 2, .Moor'! UII V fjiriuTfuidf'r: ^Olhic-r on (Hunt Kinfi:; 4, Di-niUiK- Junior lwxir pins, "i'l ^ln>wn— 1, iJiuiu.'s on (.»r|ihan',i Bob; 1! und t'iU^l- well on P.liu-l! BIB Hob and U.n^ liln H«b; 4, Pi-rninff.* Ats *xi Sows, 7 shown—T, 2 and ;i, MV.ifirt'j on All.sa Chh .'.f A* Unster-'s.Hrsi, and MI.-*M Ornn«f *.h-d.; I. DfMnlng on i-H;inln Lady. KiMilor yarlbn™. 1 #lwwn—], AU-y-rn uti C^rnhusker l»rlm . i /t8u; 2, M.nom on Oraii ^i.: Wondi -CKs; H, ("Jllvjer OJI K\UU'H t-'idy; 4, Krhart on-Kidy Jumbo. Junior y^ullriK stiWr!, J',{ ahuwn—1. Mry «-iH on Itinij U Afsiril; 2, t'uldweli on Xoltnn Kimx; :i, OHvttv on 13h«?k Price Cih; 1. Di-inlnK- Sonior p)Ks, ID shown— 1. i.'uldwtH on Scnsfttion 1st; 2 t Mooie on Alary 1'ickfotxl: 3. Mflyors on mts VmtK-.ia: t, flaruca on Den Wonder. Junior pin*, u .sliown— 1, IlnniPS on Hclma Qnoi-n; " alivlur on Modol A; 3, Moor* on JJbcrly Bull; 4, OllWcr on King's Baby 1st. Senior and Grand OhuinpUni float-— Aloyrirs on Bobblo. Kt-sorvr senior thani- plon ~Moy<?r.s on Corn JUI.«KIT J lob. Junior Champion Bowr—t'.'ajilwi'll on 111K Maclf. JuiiWv I 't -'worvfl chiUnpiuu txr.ii"— W«>T;rs on Orphan's Jioh. Senior and Grand Champion Row— Mjoore on MJH." Ohhif A. Henlur n 'avrvo champion sow—Meyers on IUIIB It Attain. Junior tihaniplon mw — Harm's on Zelmu Oufcn, Junior re«L'r\'ti t-hauipion, (?aJd- well on Hfmsadnn 1st ARi'd lIjL'rd,' 5 shown—1, Meyers; 2, Moore; 3, Olivier; *; Dcmlnu. YOUIIK Herd lJi'efJ by J-lsliibllor, 5 ahown—1, Barnes*; 2, Mooro; \l, Ollvitr;^, Dtmilngr. Got of Sire, r» shown—1, Caldwell on Caldwell's Big H«b; IJarnes ou King Bob; S. Mooiii on Gi-ant Buster; A, Ollvlor on A "Wonderful. - i'roducu of Bow, 6 8hown -J, ('aJdwcll on Ddtrci B 'Jst; Barnra on Zolnia H 1st; 3, DcDilnie; 4. OUvWir. Duroc Jerwya. Kxhibllors-J-'. H, And arson, McPhwaon, Kans,; 'V. I*, Crow, iJ'Utr.hl|ison. ,Kau«.; J. W. Ilrooks and Sons, l-JafilovUle. Mo; A. IJ. HrtsOdlhK. lioutt, Kuns.; Punnei- and Woodell, Wiuliald, Kana,; Howdl flros., Horkinnor, Kans.; Melvln. Junff, liyons, Kans ; ItlthoJ JUOK. l^ms, Kiuw.; W. W. Otey, WliLnold. Kans.; i>, M, Shop- herd, Lyons, ICans.; W, W. Silnk, TinMii, Ivans-,; (JnltetJ States Dlafiiplinury Itw- racks, Kt. Leaven worth, JCuna.; li. C. Krone, HUl&burro, Kans. Judge—13. Z. Itusaell, Omaha, Neb, Aired Boars, fi shown—1 and -i, Crow on Potentate, and Overland C <*>1. 4th.; And arson on Royal Grand Wonder; 3, Bowoli on ftlk Col, 2nd Senior yearling boaiv, i ahown—1, Banner on 01d«( Wonder; 2, OU*y on HEUhrtiuJfi' 5nd.; 3 am] 4, .Crow on Crow's Cherry Klngr and Burku .CpiisiirvaUoniT. Junior yearllnp*," - * shown [•—1, Shepherd on Qroat Woiuier Model; 1 2, /Ink on Crimson ZUustrutor; 3, Crow on Watt's Orion; 4, Howell on Vlinwl's <Jol. Senior boar pika, 6 shown—I, Cro,w on NatKtnal King; 2, Zlnk on unnamt-d; 3, Otoy on Orion Col. Kit if Good Kuout'U; 4, Andoi'son on BoyaJ Sensation. Jumpr boar pJfiH. 18 shown—i, 3 and 4, Shepherd on llig-U Pathfinder, King Oo^. and Klntf'a Illustrator 6lh. ' • Afi»d Sows, 8 sliown-— 1, 8 and 3,.Crow on Orion Hose. Crow 's Orion aoso,' and Futurity l *dy TUi:; 4, Ifowotl M»-0W l>ora- Seplor yearling »ow»L 5 fhown—* 1 und.S. Crow on Orion Hpaa <uid Cayno iJidy; 2. Howell on Klntf's Oirj; 4. Banner and Wbtxtell on , pannw's Choice. Jiinlor yearling sowa, S fifhovrn^ 1." Zlnk on BlK Girl CrJtlo; 3, Howell on Liberty BcU; a. Crow on Ciow'a Glory; 4, Andornon on Baley Pathfinder. Senior sow plea, li, ahawn—1, Zlnk on MaldUi CrlUo; T. Orow on Quoen Ideal 4th,; 3, aid 4, Shepherd on UuSy Kln^B Col. <HU. and I-wJy Wng 'fl Ooj. ,7th Junior nv plga, 18 shown—I end 2, Zlnk on Blr Qlrl LJuly l*ft. ond Ji\M 9l ''l J^-l £ anti^-Btowpfrera on Wm Kiny a *no, sua J£ia*'», WvujitrajAc WUP.' Last Winter's Gas Shortage Universal.' < Wuather Report Kanaaa—Generally fair tonight and Thureday somewhat warmer In west portion tonight. The PXCPPSIVO demand crentod by .the short a KO ol fnela last winter lend to an unexprflfd demand upon Uin BOS oom- j*Anh^ wldrh in Bonie InHtnnuos usultcd in a shortHKf oi' anpply, Mr. D, O, Hoi brook writes. The excessive mid weather of the winter 1IM" also plneed »n additional hurdru uiiori On- supply pas^fompiiniea. In many Titles •whern ordinarily rwl bi cheap,and abundant atnl lnN>r ca.*y to oiitaln, many people IIHO coal furnaees In "rfllniry win tor weather. IJUSI wintrr. bowevrr, rrflny of them in different pnrf> of the cc.untry dep''ndc-d upon natural KJS cntlr*;!/' for-thrlr ht'Hl and as a ronsgjinuonee created a demand whlrh oNrrtaxed the e .ipaelty of tho pipeline, WICHITA NAT I "BAB' GAS COMl'AN'Y. Senior and Grand Champion Boar- Crow on Potentate, llescrve ehumplou w».iir —Banner and Wooddell on Chief Wonder, • Junior ("haiuplou Soar—Crow on Nn- tioiui KtriR. Hf&erve junior champUm— Shepherd on IUtfh Pathfinder Sfnior and unuid Champion HOW— C'"ovv on Orion Bona, Jiusorvo senior chati-ylon . aow—Ciow on Crow's Orion llota- Junior champion, Zlnk ou Maid's Critic. Reserve junior champion—Jiiuk on DiK G'.II'H Uidy 1st. Aj^wl 1 li-id, 4 shown—1 and *J, Crow; 3, 1'Janner and . WoodcJi. ^'t»uus Herd,,; a shown—1, !;'2iuk; 2, ShepiKTd; 3, Crhw. ' ' ,;'Oet of Sire, 9•'shown—1, Crow[ : 3, Shep- •JitnJ; a. Kink; 4, Dajmer and Woodell, . iVoduee of Sow, S sliown—J, Crow; Shejiherd; 3, Zlnk; I, Huweli. Tho Hampshirea. K*xhiNtors- .1 C. Uellheiis, Ajnbor, Okla.; W. O. Msitfliew, U'liiU-hinwui, Kuns.; ,P. H, Wempe. l'Vankfort, JCans. JudK<*—^ '/.. Bujsell, Omahu, ALTU B<>ai>—Grtlhcns, on My l^ord. Scjilor yearlitiK twnrWemiK' on Kansas Kid. Junior yearlinga buur t 3 shown--], Getthens on Amber Tipton; A\*emi)e on ICunsas Kins; A!at (hew on ufinunied. Setdor boar pis-, - shown—1 and 1, Wempo on Model Ai^riiii uJid Gano KiitK. Junior boar pins, ii shown—1, 'I and 3, Wempe on To pel; a I,ad 1st, ^'nd arid 3rd. As if! sows, I sdiown—1 and 3. Wempe on Jeanerta and Kale; ~, Getthens on Ijady Amber. Senior yrnrling' sown, » shown—1 and 'J, Wi-miie on luiftc (jueen AKnin und Graee. Junior yeai'lloK HOWS, ii shown—1 and Gotthens on lClia Tipton and Ij .*»dy 'J'ipton; 3, M.nttliews ou unnamed. Senior sow plsw* <'i shown—1, L' and 3, 'WcrniM! on WomiWs ath, lith and 7lh. JUtdor HOW pis*. 10 shown—1 and L\ Wempe on Bady Afnln atid Daisy; 3, GewL'hpns on Queen A.tnbor. Senior and Grand <*hanipion Jtoar— Otri- tht-ns on Awh"r Tipton. lU-sejre senior ehaniplon—Getthens on Sly Lord. Junior and rt-serve g-raud champion—Wempe on Modi-I Asnin. Senior and Grand Champion Sow— Wempe on Jennet la. Reacrve senior ehainpion sow—Wempe on Grace. Junior and reserve grand champion saw —Wi-mpe on Ijady AKaln. A^ed herds, 2 shown^-1, Getthens; 2, Wempe. Young Herds. 3 shown—1 and 2, Wempe; 3, Getthens, Get of Sire, ll shown--! and 2, Wempe 3, GrtthriiH Products of Row, I shown—1, Getthens - and 3, Wempe. THE Y, M. C.-A. ALL RIGHT. It Made the Right Sort of a Hit With the American Soldiers, (By Tin* Associated Press.) With Ihe American " army on the J-onnine front Tuesday, Sept. 37.— Tho':Y. M. A. has won Us pi ape m tho hearts .of tho- America a sdlUiera: and iin Uisfance of the service rendered by Iheue" workers is given in a story told of the recent fighting. On the morning of (he American tul- vnnr-o against Ihe SI, Mihiel salient a Y. M. C, A man appeared among" the soldiers carrying a huge pack on his back. He did not explain his presence except by a whlypered word to u company commander who nodded approval, When the order to advance came he moved forward .with Inn men. At tin* first pause while the soldiers were sheltered behind n Utile rise of ground the Y. M. C. A. man made his way from soldier to soldier giving each a eakn of chocolate and a bunch of cigarettes. When his pnek was exhausted he returned to the rear but reappeared in a few hours with another bundle. He repeated his trips until his organization * was able to bring up supplies in larger quantities. Republic Trucks thn most popular in America. neiio-IJufck Co. 16-01. Lack of Interest In the recent VTOJ ui B series is a compliment to American people. They nrp serious wnen they have something to he serious about.—Atchison Globe. At JENKINS' YOU ARE SURE Of finding a sreater stock of Fine Pijmos am 1 . Pianolas tuan elsewhere in the southwest, (no store in New York City offers so many fine makes.) You are are'sure that our one price is the lowest price, that no one is given a commission for influencing you to buy, that no otie is given a betteriiprice than you are. . . You are suro that overy promise wo make will be spirit as well as tue letter. You are sure tliat we know ROCK ! Pianos and offer only the best values for your money. You aro sure that a'6-year-old could as Barely purchase from us as uould the shrewdest bargain seeker In the world. This will give you an idea of our great stock;' STEINWAY, gtandard of the World, Famous WEBER, fulfilled to the 8TECK, V08E, KURTZMANN, UJPWIG, ESTEY, SHONINGER, 8TRICH * ZEiQIjER, SCHAEFFER, HARWOOD, ; ELBURN, KLOMAN 4 NORO, And among all th^so the world renowned PHICKERINC. i\. We are also F«tory distributors for the wonderful Duo Art Piano, the'genuine Pianola and- the "Aeolian Player Piano, -We save you I&0 toilBO lu piano vAluq. ."Wo hrfvo been 40 years in SuSn«». "We- toavo seen aooroa of .other dealer* coma R)id BO-5 -whtlo wojhave grown, became we satisfy our cumWrnem. ; v You mtsht'ruii a chaiiuo aitd bo satisfied by paylne nipre eisewhere. But you arc certain to save here. Wiy lake uuanece? . ' CARl, F. UTTLE HUTCHINSON, KA|,.

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