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iS-. w iS: r V I I i V r , A I w i re. . i CURRENT COMMENTS On hems of "World" Origin. Hold the camphor bottle to our nose! Shove a perfumed handkerchief into our' eyes! The Junction City Union has commenced to print plate matter. By George! Friend Martin, "whither art thou driftmg? Wa-Keeney Would. The first thing we have to report is a carbuncle on the back of our neck. This enables us to see that a whole column plate is a very able production. Junciion City Union. Senator Plumb writes a letter to the 'Wa-Keeney Worm in which he says that the public schools should give more attention to "lower education." He thinks the ambition is too strong to put on the splendor of the higher branches. Thorough attention to reading and spell ing will reach more people. Junction City Union. The Wa-Keeney Would sensibly takes the position that it is unmanly for Re publicans to be be&ging for office under a Democratic administration, or to keep a childish howling for the -enforcement of the civil service iawa Kirtviu Chief. The Wa-Keeney Would tells of a lady who has collected a string of buttons over twenty-four feet in length. No won der us poor men folks go around with our suspenders fastened on with a splinter. rBull City Empire. THOMAS CADD1GK. Men's, boys' and youths' clothing in endless quantity afc Caddick's. If it is something of good quality that you wnnt, I nave it. If you want something at right low prices, I have that also. The largest stock of boots and shoes in this whole western country is to be found at Caddick's. To call and examine will establish the truth of this statement. One of the best, as well as the finest, assorted stocks of groceries to be found in the west is at Caddick's. To add to this, a car-load of Greeley potatoes will be here in a day or two. In dry goods, Caddick has as fine an assortment as is kept in any store in this section of country. Flour, feed and salt, at wholesale and retail, at Caddick's. Our winter goods go at cost to make room for an immense stock of spring goods. MORGAN & DANN. seeds! seeds! Fields Garden and Tree Seeds. KELLY & WALKER have in stock: FIELD SEEDS. 400 bushels German and Small Millett. 150 bushels Orange and Amber Cane. 100 bushels Winter oats. TREE SEEDS. Box Elder, Honey Locust, Native Ash, Osage Orange. 'GARDEN" SEEDS. A full and complete stock of fresh garden seeds in bulk. Examine our stock before making purchases. Morgan & Dann .have a splendid assortment of Clothing on the way from the East. Examine their stock and prices before you buy. Get Scott's prices on paints, oils and sulpher. 316-4 W. B. Kritchfield has samples to show anyone wanting to buy a good carpet of any kind. 316 WANTED. Wa-Keeney, March 19, '85. An effiieienfc agent gentleman or lady to sell a book entitled " Homes." Renumeration good, territory large. Also ladies or gen tlemen to buy hair goods at the Oakes House. Mrs. A. Wahl. GRAND BALL! To be given by the Knights of Labor, at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, Friday evening, March 27, 1885, at Wa-Keeney opera house. A general invitation is extended to all who feel an interest in a good cause. The services of Professor Sloey's orches tra have been secured. s J. H. MARKS, J. KeliiT, Jr., W. H.KEELEB, B. Grimes, W. R. Holmes, Committee of Invitation. Jos. Esciier, Boom Manager. AT COST! Hoods, caps, woolen underwear, nubias, &c, at MORGAN & DANN'S 2Totioe fbr 'El There will be an examination of teach ers in grades 1, 2 and 3 at my office in Wa-Keeney, on Friday, March 27, 1885, to begin at9 a. m. Bex C. Rich, County Superintendent. GETTING READY FOR THE BOOM. Kelly & Walker unloaded this week a carload of wagons and plows. All persons wishing to purchase U. P. R. R. lands, call on ; John A. Nelson,- U. P. land Agent Treasurers' Final Notice T Delinquent Tax Payers. Notice is hereby given that the following-described lands and town tots, situ ated in the counties of Trego and Gove, state of Kansas, and which were sold on the 5th dav of September, 1882, for the unpaid taxes of the year 1881, will be con veved to the purchasers unless redeemed on" or before the 5th day of September, 1885: WA-KEEXKY IiOTS. AnCt re- quired to Des. redeem. Sec. R. tp. To -whom assessed. lot. 11 10 25and2G 4 12 all 1 14 22 to 32 , 11 15 Sawtelle, H J, 1 & 12 to 15 Butlin, D Clapp, I L Clark, Jennie . Courtney, J B Gaylord,WN Harland, John Ida, Joseph Keeney, J IT Keeney, J F Martin, J M Sawtelle, H J Warren, A E Warren, A E Warren, A E Maginnis, John Warren, A E Warren, A E Warren, A E Yarren, A E Warren, A E Warren, H A Wilson, J E Watson, Jas E Stone, A Wincend, J Warren, A E EUithorp, J W 1 lto5 14 18 19 1 2 17 to 19 7 to 12 13 to 21 2-1 17 19 & 20 16 3 7&8 14 16 16 to 20 6 10 14 1&2 4 23 all u se m swK all MoJgan,J seHofsej EUithorp, J W all Morgan, John all 11 EUithorp, J W wK19 ElUthorpe, Leslie all 23 EUithorp, J W all 25 EUithorp, G J aU27 EUithorp, J W all 31 e K 33 " all 35 " nK of self 25 " nofnwif 7 " swofnw 7 " neofse 7 " sw34ofsel-4 7 w of sw 1-4 7 Putnam, HG se 1-431 MarmotjEugene swl-413 w15 Clapp, Louisa sw 1-4 15 NeaLTR sel-4 5 Giveu under my hand at the county treasurer's office this 12th day of March, 1885. JAMES KELLY, 31C-4 Treasurer of Trego County. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 13 13 12 12 bl'k. 63 4 17 56 58 85 55 '60 33 55 37 15 53 64 5 13 13 13 33 33 42 55 55 "7 16 14 20 30 30 38 38 45 57 62 63 81 59 57 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 23 27 27 27 27 27 23 23 22 24 23 5 4 75 146 711 4 57 534 9&3 294 193 515 3141 3 90 223 358 368 5 00 196 190 190 518 5 70 18 37 13 80 20 70 248 3 65 4 50 2 80 3 65 6 79 4 61 4 68 900 3 55 195 2 70 2 81 8 95 4 73 33 99 18 26 8 92 9 30 33 99 3 36 33 74 34 09 17 58 33 99 33 99 25 31 33 99 17 42 33 99 5 39 5 39 3 36 310 5 39 5 39 38 20 5191 93 42 5140 6810 .Published March 21, 1885. ;E WO. 34. An ordinance providing row the con struction OF A SIDEWALK ON THE EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, FROM THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BLOCK NO. 41, THENCE NORTH TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF BLOCK 41. Bo it ordained by the mayor and coun cilmen of the city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Sec. 1. That the owners of any real estate abuting on the cast side of Frank lin street, between the southwest corner of block 4r, thence north to the northwest corner of block 1, in the city of Wa Keeney, are hereby required to build or causo to be built, on or before the ist day of May, 8S5, and maintain a side walk in front of such real estate. Sec. 2. That the sidewalk herein pro vided for shaU be of even grade through out, and such distance from front of lots as shall be determined by the committee on public improvements, of two inch lumber, five feet and four inches long, and spiked with 20-penny nails, and sup ported by three 2x6 inch stringers, well lapped and spiked with 20-penny nails and supported at every 6 feet. Sec. 3. The committee on public im provements shaU, as soon as practicable after the said first day of May, 885, cause said sidewalk to be constructed between the limits defined in section i, and in the manner specified in section 2 of this ordinance, in front of all lots and premises whose owners shall not have complied with the foregoing require ments, and shall report their proceedings, together with the length of each lot on which such sidewalk is constructed, and the actual expense of the same for each of the said lots, to the mayor and council, and which report shall be filed and pre served by the city clerk. Sec. 4. That the expense of building such sidewalk by said committee shall be assessed against the real estate abuting thereon, and coUected as other taxes on such real estate. Sec. 5. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Western Kansas World. Approved March 6, j885. JAMES KELLY, Mayor. I hereby certify that the above is a true copy af an ordinance passed by the mayor and councilmen of the city of Wa Keenev, Kansas, on the 6th day of March, A. D.,"885. W. H. DANN, seal. City Clerk. Eussian Mulberry Seedlings. 6 to S inches, per 100 $1.40 8tolo " " 2.00 FOB SALE BY H. C. BRYANT. The finest stock of Hats ever brought to Wa-Keeney just re ceived at MORGAN & D ANN'S. Published March 21, 1885. ORDINANCE NO. 35. An ordinance providing fob holding a city election. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the mayor and councilmen of the city of Wa-Keeney That an election be held in said city on Monday, the 6th day of April, 1885, for the election of one mayor, five coun cilmen and one police judge, for the said city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas; that said election shall be held at the office of A. H. Blair, in said city, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. of said day. I hereby certify that the above is a true copy of an ordinance passed by the mayor and councilmen of the city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on the 6th day of March, 1885. WM. H. DANN, seal. City Clerk. TVJEfc ITJOTTJEfcTEID! COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. I -will offer, at public sale, at my office, in Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Friday, April 17, 1885, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., the following-desoribed state school lands: Pes.. Sec. Tp. E. .Ap. Value. Nel-4of ndl-4 16 12 24 8120.00 jjw a i gg U (I M tt U (I gW ( K M ( .( (( Ne " nw " " " " jj-m a f gg (( H M ( If (( gw (( U it M It It Ne " se " " " 120.00 J-yy II l II II II gg II (I II II II (I gw II II II II II It Ne " swl4 "' " " " "WW " " ii C I. .1 11 it H it gw ti it ii it ii ti Ne " ne 16 13 24 ' " JJ-rn- tt ' " - l gg ti II U I. U U gw it tt .t II it Ne " nwM " " " yy I. II II tt II ge ii A ii ii i g. ii ii it ti if it Ne " se& " " " Nw " do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw " do do do do do Ne " sw 1-1 do do do do Nw " do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw " do do do do do Ne " nel-4 16 14 24 do Nw" do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw " "do do do do do Ne " nwl-4 do do do do Nw" do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw ' do do do do do Ne " .se 1-4 do do do do Nw" do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw " do do do do do No " sw 1-4 do do do do Nw" do do do do do Se " do do do do do Sw " do do do do do Given under my hand at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, this 18th dav of March, 1885. JAMES KELLY. 316 County Treasurer. We found vre couldn't take time to go to the Inauguration of President Cleveland, so we conclu ded to sret ud a little In auguration of our own right here AT- C J J1 .1. it mis opnng, wnicn wouiq interest everybody. Accordingly, a "War on HIGH PRICES, X)TW011)IEiMlMiIiIPMSX Was determined upon and prepared for. OUR - NEW - SPRING - STOCK Has arrived, and we are prepared to give the lowest pri ces ever offered in Western Kansas. YOU'LL BI 1HHB AT LOW PRIM State of Kansas, ) Trego County. ES' In the Probate Court. Estate of Eichard J. Hacker, deceased. Letters of administration the usual form were granted unto Lois Hacker on this, 26th day of February, 1883. ' Lois Hacker, Administratrix. Attest. F. H. Cogger, 315-3 Probate Judge. FKEDDIE, Half-breed BJorman 1 COPPER BOTTOM, Will stand permanently for the coming Season at MEAD'S STABLE- TERMS. 810 for Insurance. 38 for Season. S2 to be paid at first Service. Season till first of September. Nine months to prove if mare is with fo:T. JAMES HENRY. S m- WE BOUGHT OUR LAND bl OP Mcknight bros. -THE- SEAL ESTATE BUSTLERS, SO WE DTD. They gave us a square deal. They are sending their price listsJEast and the people are coming to see them from four to ten a day, and I want to say to you that if you ever ex- Eect to own a home in Kansas, you ad better go right and see Mcknight bros., Real Estate Agents, Wa-Keekey, Kan. JOHN A. NELSON, ATTOBJsDE y at law Loan Agent U. P. Land Agent for Trego, Gra ham and Ness Counties, WA-KEEHEY, - KANSAS. Stock Ranches a Specialty. Parties meaning business request-" ed to write me. On Everything in our Immense New Spring and Summer Stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Ladies' & Gents' PUEKTSHIIG GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS SATCHELS, VALISES, NOTIONS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTH, FURNITURE, STOVES, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GRANITE WARE, DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS AND PUTTY. We have a Dandy Stock. IN GROCERIES" We take the Cake. Consisting of Single, Double and Patent Slickern, Hats, Jackets and Leggins.- Also Small Slickers for Boys I Full line Cattlemen's Hats, Si to $7 Mar fli O-t Pests a SpcMty. Here's where we take the Bakery: On Barbed Wire. Corn, Fiour, Feed of all Kinds, Salt and Colorado Potatoes always oji hand. GOOD BEEF CATTLE WANTED. WRITE FOB PBIOBS. L. A, FISHER, collyeR; Kansas THE OLD RELIABLE HALLADAY STANDARD WINDMILL "SERS X2T "CTSZS.- RfBirv2 mmmm Wi"- Guaranteed the Sesulatiier. Safest in Stems, Kost Pomtfal and Host Durable Wind Kill made. 17 Sizes, 1 to 40 Horse Power. Adopted by tho U. S. Gorenimen t and Lead ing Railroads. Also the Celebrated I X L FEES MILL, Which can be rnn by any power and i cheap, effective and dur able. Will grind any kind of small grain into feed at (lie rate or 6 to 25 bu. per hoar, according to analitr and gle of mill ust.1. Also, I X Ij Corn ShcIIrr, UL Stnlk Cutter. ISono Power w ood and Iron 1'umpx. TnnLn. NoycV Huytiic Tool, etc Send for Catalogue and Prico-',! ddret Jk.GKE32srTS : C. W. F. STREET, WA-KEENEY, F. W. MARTIN, GKAINFIELD, ., KANSAS. WERLICH & KERSHAW Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply everyone with ROPERIES.) (fLQUR) (M) (fEEDJ) $MDWME,) Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, &cM &c. Have, a Car Load of Barbed Wire at the Lowest Prices. Give us a Call and see our Prices. BUFFALO PARK, BANS. H i LARGEST STOCK IN GOVE COUNTY. YOUE. PATRONAGE ' h SOLICITED. L. C. MCCLAMHAN. GHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALER IN- FRUITS & VHTABL1 cigaes; :;: TOBACCOS, -ANB CONFECTIONERY. Wants to buy all the Produce, afc the highest market price, which the farmers have to dispose of. Call and see me. CMS. BENEDICT. A Terrible Slaughter 1 I31 o era -. o So B o era o " o era I " GO CD 0 $ O P CD O K H W O Ul i o Q O ui hd ci CD O o tel ui m co o b P o O tel ui t O fcr JJ CO en b M SCHOOL LAND SALE. County Treasurer's Ofpice, Wa-Keeney, Kan. ) I will offer at public sale at my office in , Wa-Keeney, Kan., on Tuesday, April 21, 1885. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m., the following described state-school lands: Des. Sec. Tp. R. Af-Val. Ne ofNw& 36 12 22 $120 00 "Nw tin do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do do do do do do Ne do Nel-4 32 13 23 do Nw do do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do da do do do do Ne do do 36 do do do Nw do do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do do do do do do Ne do Nwl-4 do do do do Nw do do do do do do Se 'do do do do do do Sw do . do do do do do Ne do ' Se 14 do do do do Nw do do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do do do do do do Ne do Swl4 do do do do Nw do do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do do do do do do Ne do Sel4 34 13 23 do Nw do - do do do do do Se do do do do do do Sw do do do do do do Given under my hand at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, this 4th day of March, 1885. JAMES KELLY, 314 County Treasurer. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan., March 18, 1885. No. 3024. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register and receiver U.S. land office, at Wa-Keeney, Kan., on April 25, 1885, viz: James R. Furbeck, homestead application No. 5376, for the nw 1-4 sec 24, tp 10 s range 23 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Joseph Werlich, J E Kershaw, H J Hille and G H Buggies, all of Wa-Keeney P O, Trego county, Kan. B. J. F. HANNA, Register. A H Blair, Attorney. 316 Land Office at Wa-Kbesbt, Kax. ) February 7, 1885 ) No. 280L Notice is hereby given trmf, the fnllowincr-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the regis ter and receiver of the land office at Wa-xeeney, xan on April 8, 1885, viz.: wuuiam xuuuuuiii, numtusu upimuauuu. No. 4718, for the ne 1-4 of sec. 20, tp. 12, s. of range 27 W. Ha names the following? witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz-: Alexander Haney, J. H. Fasdick, Richard Cahill and Frank'S. Sharp, all of Buffalo Park, Gove' county, Kan. B. J. Jr. HAHKA, uegweer. Osborn & Monroe, tt'vs. 311-p h in n fx V ,n nh .i Ui II If r , C. ri X && 7-"t-,-T ? M.