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VTc have now opened our Office in our new building, on the
S EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET,
Where we can be found at all times, ready to
SELL .CHEAP Xi-A-ILTDS
Ta all that may oall upon us. Weatk you to do business with
those who do business.
BUY YOUR LAND
Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who oan show you
, f what you want. We are 7
0F BOTH SAW AND
AGENTS FOR OVER
,In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state.
We haye lands to suit the many, both with money and without.
We hare not all the good land, (as some will tell you,) but a goodly
portion of it. We do not wish to tell you every section is watered, for
it is not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be
i aupplied with pure well water. Our lands are mostly level, and well
1 adapted for either grazing or agriculture. We use our own name, and
that of no other agent, in order to do business. We have
THOSE COMING FIRST GET FIRST CHOICE.
IN OUR NEW
Midway between Collyer and Buffalo Park, for a
HOTEL, MERCHANT AND MECHANIC,-
To which will be given inducements. Our lands and new town are upon
the line of the Union Pacific Railroad. If you want
Syndicate, Railroad, Homestead and Timber
RELINQUISHMENTS OR DEEDED LANDS
WE CAN SUPPLY
atjXj :sr:rNT3s of
UNITE STATES LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. .
Fer Ctreulars write or oall upon
,- WA-KEENEY, KANk
ALSO AGENTS FOE THE
This company was organized in 1882, as a mutual, and did its business
on that plan until May last, when the law having been changed tq allpw
it; they created a guarantee capital of $50,000 and ceaseu doing business
tin the mutual plan.
They hare over $120,000 in well secured assets, and their ratio of
taaets to liabilities wfl compare favorably with, any company doing
fcuaineae in the state.
They have paid all just losses, and propose in the future to pay them
as promptlj as any other company.
The officers hav a reputation in this community for business integrity
that is a guarantee of fair dealing, and propose to do only a fair business
ift every respect K
We, oelieTC it is 'to thebest interest of all who wish insurance to
buHdupJareliablecompaiiy in this, state, and thus in some measure stop
the irain uf money that now goes out of the state for insurance, '
' There was paid last "year to companies located in other states, nearly
WiUUUiUUlJ in premiums, ana oniy hoouu ow,wu was paw in looses.
AS THE RICH.
TO GIVE AWAY
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TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS,
Served up by the "World's" Rustling
CoiraiB, October 14.
Too cold for pleasure.
Too -windy for business.
Batter 20 cents a pound.
Showers on election day.
A car of coal arrived Tuesday.
The wind held full sway on Sunday.
A large turn out to the primary election.
Our ladies are learning political policy.
W. R. 0 party a pleasant and profitable
Ice formed Sunday morning one-eighth
of an inch thick.
Bored wells for B. O. Richards and E.
A. Hanchett are completed.
W. A. Miller, of Sheridan county, was
in town Wednesday, on business.
It was a good dinner which the ladies
served to the voters on Saturday. ,
Shinglin? on the new stable has been
delayed on account of the severe weather.
Signs and boards, tin pans and paper
have changed their locations by the aid of
tne recent winds.
Much inconvenience, if not actual
suffering, has been endured for want of
coal the past week.
Frank Marek brought a wagan load of
unshelled corn to town Tuesday. It was"
purchased by W. Wheeler.
Let the politicians remember that the
ladies of the W. R C. will senfe lunches
on election day, and come prepared.
J he railroad land sign, which has
stood many a breeze, has finally yielded
to the pressure and fallen to the ground.
The music for the Friday night dance
was furnished by James Sloeyjof Buffalo
Park, on the violin, part of I the time
aided by Win. Wilson, of Wa-Keeney, on
tne oones. v
The depot receipts for September are:
Freight, 8650.07; passenger, 3119.59; ex
press, $65; Western Union, 85.28, making
a total of $839.94. This month's receipts
promise to be much larger.
Wa-Keeney was represented at the W.
R C. dance last Friday evening by
Messrs. W. Lawrence, S. R. Hogin, W. S.
McGinnis, G C. Stebbins. W. S. Kvle. J.
R Wilson. Wm. Wilson, W. R McKnight
and Dr. Jones. Most of the gentlemen
were accompanied by ladies.
uur ciuzens aeepiy regret tnat our
candidate for sheriff, Mr. LeBron, did not
succeed in getting the nomination, al
though his late appearance on the ticket
was known to be much against him. The
votes polled here show his true standing
in tms community ij out of 81.
A certain young gentleman, whose
name would naturally cause one to think
him an early riser, was seen to put a
lengthy snake skin carefully into his
pocket the other morning, probably for
future use. The'young ladies can now
Mrs. M. Jones, of David City, Neb.,
came down from Grainfield Wednesday
to visit her former Sunday school teacher,
Mrs. Stickney. Mr. Jones represents the
firm of Bunting, Runyon & Jones, real
estate agents, of David City, at Grainfield,
and is extensively interested in Gove
county property, as also the prospective
county seat of Gove county, Gove City.
We have failed to mention that we
met. at the late re-union at Topeka, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B Wheeler, who used to live
out west)! Collyer. They now live near
Oskaloosa, in this state, and are prosper
ing, as all such good people deserve.
E. W. Blair, Esq., was up from Solo
mon City the latter days of last week.
He represents his hardware business as
being brisk. Mr. Blair will have his cat
tle taken from this county to the neigh
borhood of Solomon City to be wintered
Mr. H. C. Moseley, of the south part
of Graham county, informed us yesterday
that his wife and daughter had just re
turned from a two months' visit at Olathe,
in this state. Mrs. Moseley's mother,
who lives at Olathe, has been sick a long
while, but her condition is improving.,
We received a pleasant call on Mon
day from Mr. W. S. Jones, who has pur
chased the F. O. Ellsworth property to
the southwest of this place. A family
will occupy the place as renters. Mr.
Jones is to be congratulated on the acqui
sition of such excellent property as this
at so opportune a time.
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Mrs. W. S. Tilton and daughter
started, Sunday morning, to Waverly, in
this stlte. She was intending to start on
Monday to visit relatives at that place.
Her starting was hastened twenty-four
hours by the receipt of a telegram, Sat
urday afternoon, stating that our little
son, Hugh, had the diphtheria badly.
Several children have died of it. Our
son's condition is improved.
In the law suit before Justice Groft
on Friday of last week, wherein B. N.
Hutchison was after Donald McDonald
on the charge of letting his cattle range
on railroad land which Hutchison had
leased, thereby destroying the prospects
of a hay crop, the jury assessed five dol
lars' damages against the defendant, and
the costs amounted to $105.35. The case
was appealed to the district court.
This has been an exceptionally fine
year for the propagation of cabbages in
the New West. A man by the name of
Hiller, who lives in the Saline valley,
about seventeen miles northwest of Wa
Keeney, claims to have raised more than
a thoasand heads each of which would
exceed ten pounds in weight. Another
man, whose name we do not recall, has
made to us a statement somewhat irimilr
regarding the extent of his cabbage crop.
It occurs to us that he Eves in the south
or southwest part of this county.
John T. Allen, of Ness county, has
located, at Wallace, and gone into the
real estate business.
James Sloey, of Buffalo Park, was to
furnish tha music for the big ball at this
place last evening. The affair was un
doubtedly a winner.
W. 0. Titus, of MonticeUo, Iowa, in
company with Mr. Bush, of Cleveland, in ;
our neighboring county of St John, was
a welcome caller last Monday. Mr. Titus
intends to locate in St John county, and
invest capital there.
County Surveyor Ferris is building
himself a nice residence on his commo-
dious grounds between the opera block
and the Farmers' Hotel. This will be
one of the prettiest residence locations in
Hon. W. H. POkenton Went to Leav
enworth last Sunday, in obedience to a
summons to be there on Monday as a TJ.
S. district court witness. He was sup
posed to know something of interest to
the grand jury.
--Mr. C. M. Paull, one of the best men
who ever came to our town, has purchased
F. Ov Ellsworth's coal and grain business.
We run no risk in saying that our people
will find Mr. Paull square in his dealings.
See his advertisement.
ABSTRACT OF THE VOTE
At the Republican Primaries in
Trego County Last Saturday,
And the Result of the Canvass
of the Returns Last Monday
. by the County Central
In the following table the first row of
figures represents the votes polled in
Oqailah Twp., those in the seoond,
Collyer Twp., in the third, Glenok
Twp.,. and in the fourth, Wa-Kxxnxt
F. H. Conger 48
57 23 123
27 9' 68
18 28 148
63 5 44
47 13 110
35 19 70
3 0 15
27 3 17
7 2 80
17 2 81
32 26 63
26 3 27
29 1 58
28 29 103
83 29 182
81 29 75
35 25 69
2 1 90
Geo. Baker 45
L. LeBron 23
W.H. Dann 34
Geo. Pinkham 34
C.W. Sweet 0
A. B. Baker. 0
J. R Kershaw. ...... 3
E. McCollum 33
Register op Deeds
J. Word Carson 5
W. S; Kyle 10
AdaE. Clift 52
C.W.F. Street 48
J. R. Wilson 19
Com. 2d Dist.
J. M: Welch
Chm'n Co. Cen. Com.
W.S. Tilton 23
A. B. Jones 19
Tp. MEM's. Cen. Com.
0.0. Tetter. 33
J. W. Reynolds 20
G. W. Kessler
(Glencoe tp. has only 1
S. C. Peacock
CANVASS OP THE BETUBNS.
Monday afternoon the County Repub
lican Central Committee met at the
World office, and from the figures above,
declared the following as the Trego coun
ty Republican ticket for the campaign of
Probate JudgeyF. H. Conger; nomina
ted by 129 majority.
Sheriff Geo. Baker; nominated by 104
Clerk W. H. Dann; nominated by 28
Treasurer C. H. Gibbs; nominated by
Register of Deeds AdaE. Clift; nomi
nated by 53 majority.
Coroner Joshua Groft; nominated
Surveyor J. R. Wilson; nominated by
Chairman County Republican Central
Committee W. b. Tilton; elected by 40
Township members of County Central
Committee the two men receiving the
highest number of votes therein, except
in the case of Glencoe township, which
has but one committeeman.
Just rreceived a fine line of
I gentlemen' hats, both in cowboy
and soft hats. We are the boss on
Stetson hats, remember.
Lawrence & Hall.
lace collars in endless
Lawrence & Hall's.
Just received a fine line of
samples for our merchant tayloring
department. Overcoats from $25
346-4 . Lawrence & Hall.
" COUNTY CAIrHDATfS,
I am an Independent candidate for the
office of County Clerk at the coming No
vember election. H. C. Bbtaht.
No. 5211. IiandOfBcaatWa-EeeneyEan.
- Oct. 15, 1885.
t Complaint havingbeen entered at this
office by David B G Bams against
George Mack, for abandoning his h'd
entry no. 30S6. dated March 20. 1879.
upon the aw Xseo 2,tp 13s,r23w,in
Trego oa, KajL, with a view to the can
cellation of said entry; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this
ottos oa the 21st day of Nov., 1885, at 1,
o'clock pji, to respond and furnish' tes
timoay ooaomnnig said alleged abandon
ment. 346 BJFHANNA.Beciater.
Baker k Sons, Attfrs.
Come to Collyer, and'bur TOTix
X LOWER PRICES
Posts, posts, Posts,
We are carrying a Grand Stock of
FURNITURE, STOVES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTH,
PUMPS, HAT BAKES, M0LHE WG OIS.
PIIHTS, OILS, CUSS IND PUTTY,
We Ixave the Largest Stools
in the West.
Do not buy Goods -- no matter what you are
needing - until you come to Collyer and
see Goods and Prices-
MAKE OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS WHILE
All Kinds of Prodnce tato in Eictiaiip ! .
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EVERYTHING IN DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
ALSO A CHOICE STOCK
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
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