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,H . V- ,.i"!i'' yg--."! - 5ri v i ''ivfj'Z u' r,vTV tiiw ''rr 4. -a. " j. ' i Ktjan w" -. .-b- f i j - - mj't -i"wt ' -.: - w x- . i,mW'jv j".i' f w- it. va'i , -" j- "3L.k CVtjn-. vSl ," lHW" M-fr V" aTr 1 .A. iV'f &S3sV &" V -fi -r . X SV? fT' L xJ&a&Z&U HK. " . rJ H"" V 3TiIiP2W?. .'rtVAit" .. mM'4 H,WV, SW i ,- JffiTiAWvVr "-' --M ..- ---2- S . ;!. fcv -J " ii' . ... .' JIL. JndgeOsborn 'Wenfcrto-;TOpekao& Tuesday, and later to Kansas,City. f ' V 3 - The term of the district court at Ness City, last week, lasted four days. W. S. Tilton -went to Topeka on Tuesday, and returned home Wednesday evening. L T. Purcell, the genial land agent, of Grainfield, was in "Wa-Keoney on Wednesday on land business. Judge Osborn "will begin a term of court at Digbton, Lane county, on the second Tuesday in this month. Friend Wilson, of the Wallace Reg titer, was in the city on Monday. Of -course, he called to see the World. jUiss Bessie. Kelly, we neglected to Bay last. week, has recently had a pleas ant visit of about a fortnight's duration with friends in Topeka. Dr. Wilcox is looking after the wel fare of his live stock. At his ranch, in Big creek valley, he is building a stone stable 100 feet in length. Headache, billious disorders and con stipation aieoured by St. Patrick's Pills. They aie the most pleasant and most ef fectual phasic in use. Sold by A. B. Jones. GK 0. Stebbins reached home Wednes day evening, from his trip to the East. He reports preparations being made for an unprecedentedly-heavy immigration into Kansas next spring. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Oint ment is a safe and certain cure for sore nipples, skin eruptions, scald head, tetter, piles, and all smarting, itching diseases of the skin, and is unequalled for chronic sore eyes. Sold by A. B. Jones. Mr. Chatterton, the father-in-law of our new citizen, Mr. J. H. Avery, has purchased land about three miles north east of "Wa-Keeney, and will proceed to improve the land, and make his home thereon. Watch for it! The first symptom of true croup is hoarseness, and if Chamber lain's Cough Bemedy is freely given at once and the doses frequently repeated, the dread disease may be entirely pre vented and all danger and anxiety avoid ed. Sold by A. B. Jones. -W. II. Murphy, of Jerome, Gove county, called at this office Wednesdayj in company with I. T. Purcell. Mr. Murphy is the district clerk of Gove county and a brother of George Murphy, formerly of Wa-Keeney. A. B. Jones is selling a medicine for diarrhoea and bowel complaint which is no doubt the best family medicine ever introduced in this country. It is not made to cure every disease, bnt it is all the more valuable on that account. It is known as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diairhcea 'Remedy, and it is worth one hundred times its cost in time of need. Over Dr. Conger's stone stable, out at his ranch, he is having built a story of wood for storage purposes. This addi tion is about 1 0 feet wide and 38 feet long. Mr Sigler has the contract, and Mr. A. J. Johnson is helping with the work. If parents "who have children would take A. B. Jones's advice they would neer be without a bottle of Chamber lam's Colic.Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy in the house; then in case of need, night or day, they would be prepared to cuie sudden attacks of bowel complaints. It is absolutely unsafe to be without a re liable medicine of this kind at hand, and we know of no better than Chamberlain's. Lee Monroe w as at C0II3 er last Mon day. On returning home, he remarked that he had purchased the J. F. Keeney favorite section of land, lying between Collyer and the farm of Mr. Geo. W. Kessler. This is an elegant piece of land in respect to "lay" and location. Pretty Women. All women look attractive when their color and complexion are clear. If your skin is sallow, o es dull, you are bilious; secure a box of William's Australian Herb Pills, take as directed, and the feel ing of languor will leave you, your eyes brighten, and you are another woman Try them. Price, 25 cents. For sale by H. J. Hille. Captain Baker and Charley Martin, of Saliua, were in town on Monday, and, iu company with Judge Osborn, gave us a pleasant call. Captain Baker is one of the best-known of central Kansas politi cians. Mr. Martin is register of deeds of Saline county, was the chief clerk of tne house of Kansas representatives last winter, and will be a candidate for the same position at the coming session. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world, for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, scorns, and all eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. Jones. 405 There are papers and papers, but western farmers, stock-raisers and busi ness men have learned by years of experi ence that they are always safe in relying on the long-established weekly Live Stock lndicaiory of Kansas City. Por the quantity and quality of its matter it is unsurpassed, and as an accurate mirror of the lhe-stock, grain and produce markets it is invariably consulted and quoted both East and West as a standard authority. Its low price of $.150 per year, or five coppies for $5, (if Bent in at one time,) puts it within reach of all, hen.Ce here is. no reaBon why the poor man should not be thoroughly posted as his more forehanded neighbor .as to where, when and Jipw to sell &t the high est and b$y atiie lowest prices. The World advises all its wide-awake friends' to address the Indicator at Kansas City, for a free specimen copy, and see for themselves if we have not spoken correctly. f -- - s. -r - .i,- f .wrwira BTurnAVscrHOOii iifSTrruTjs. jrc.mii A Contributed 3epoft of the Pro- ceedings. t Those who attended the exercises of the Sunday School Institute last Satur day afternoon and evening were disap pointed, in not meeting the conductor, Rev. J. P. Ash, who missed "the train at Hays City. There was considerable interest, how ever, in the questions discussed. It is to be hoped that next year we shall not defer our convention work until blizzards warn our country workers to stay at home. Sunday morning Bev. Mr. Ash preached, and in the afternoon he conducted amass meeting, which was participated in by J. Word Carson and Prof. Combs. The professor, with a few well chosen words, exhibited some charts showing the con dition of the human stomach under the influence of alcohol. Every man who writes for himself a prescription for in toxicating liquor for "medical purposes only" would do well to heed the testi; mony of science on this question, as shown by these charts. Following this, the conductor held the attention of the audience, in his exercises with the children, as few men can. - Another Car Load Of Bran and Shorts, and the bottom has dropped out of the price. Also Corn Chop. Come and see me. C. M. PatjiiIj. TWO CAR-LOADS OF FLOUR just received. Prices 'way down. $1.50 to S3 per'hundred. 385tf C. M. PATJiiii. FOR SALE! Wa-Keeney, Nov. 4. 1 Pair young mares for sale. Six other young horses for sale cheap, for cash oi good notes. 401 W. S. Mead. STRAYED. Two black muly heifers, from Web ster's pasture, about Oct. 1st. No brand, but probably have zinc ear mark. Also 1 spotted yearling steer. No brand, and ear marked slit in both ears. Any infor mation should be sent to S. E. True, 402-4 Fremont, Kans. I have a complete stock of force and lift pumps, galvanized and plain pipe, cyl inders all kinds and sizes alwajs on hand. Call in before ou buy your pump. First door west of Oakes House. 304-4 F. W. LEMON. FOR SALE. Cheap. One ten-foot Challenge wind mill and tower Been in use about 11 months. Enquire of A. E. Mickeij, Wa-Keeney, Kans. 402-tf. Geo. Baker keeps every thing to be found in a first class market; pork sau sage a speciality. Largest and finest assortment of la dies' and misses' cloaks at Marshall & Uffords. I have just received a car-load of the Perkins' windmill directly from the mauufactui ers. I am prepared to sell a hrst-class mill at the lowest price known to this region of coemtrv. 401-tf A. E. MICKEL. See oui sample lot of men's shoes if you want to save our hard earned cash. 388 Makshvll & TJefokd. ens At VERBECK'S. Rye for seed at 38S-tf. Buhnham & Maxwell's. G. A. R. Suits at Kyle's. Seed Rj e at 388-tf Burnham & Maxwell's. -Graham flour and corn meal C. M.'Paull's. at A new lot of the famous Broadhead goods coming soon at 388 Marshall & TTfford's. Call on Trego County Bank for real estate loans. 372-tf I sell the water packing cvlinders. 301-3 F.W. LEMON. Boots and Shoes Largest stock in Town. Bought direct from the mantffactarers. Can sell them more cheaply than some merchants can buy them. At VERBECK'S. Come and see our new stock of men's clothing. Just arrived. All new and tasty styles and patterns. 383 . MABSHAIiIi & Uitobd. (x. A. K. Suits atKyle's. Bemember we are agents for the sale of the Broadhead dress goods. These goods cannot be excelled in ap pearance and durability. 388 MarshaiiIi & Uitobd. Rennets at Baker's meat market. 387 Shoes! Shoes!! All kinds of boots and shoes at Marshall & Ufford's. 388 Dry Goods At VERBECK'S. JF. W.-Lemon handles the novelty pump, the easiest Tunning hand pump made for deep wells. 30i4 Flour at C. M. Paull's cheaper than at any "other place in town. 377 Burnham & Maxwell have seed rye fors8la " 388-tf CIvl.'A. -FJ !- fr-- rfaa3c&'!itrifi2; LiC?S bob E jcj. in. jrxuiuja irara flnlda lot the Challenge windmillg ihia nenaf&fiak&fcre making up anorder fortmotnW5t&iid. Buy the Challenge; thevarej-fcesfcl . - 304-2 Ladies' Cloaks At VERBECK'S. Throughtickets east, west, north and south, on sale at Wa-Keeney depot. Fine, clean seed wheat at 387 C. M. Pattli's. G. A. R. Suits at Kyle's. Cowick & Wheeler Bros, will give special attention to iinal proofs and contests. 366-tf -Flour! Flour! at Paull's. seeds! seeds! KELLY & WALKER have in stock: TREE SEEDS. Box Elder, Honey Locust, Native Ash, Osage Orauge. ;4 GARDEN" SEEDS. A full and complete stock of fresh garden seeds in bulk. Examine our stock before making purchases. Groceries At VERBECK'S. If jou want a buggy, wagon or buck board at Kansas City prices, call on Ells worth. , 391 G. A. R. Suits at Kyle's. Ellsworth is receiving a fine line of buggies and wagons. 391 G. A. R. Suits at Kyle's. LUiiJSllPfe No 7759 U. S Land Oftiee, Wa-Keoney, Kan November 20 1886. Complaint having been entered at this Office by Burton A. Wyman against Charles H. Cannichel for abandoning his homoatead entry no 10990, dated January 5,188C, upon the ne l& see 10 tp 15,s,r 24 w, in Trego co, Ks , with a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are heieby summoned to ap pear at this Office the 8th day of January, 1887, at 2 o'clock p. m , to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment 404 W H PILKE2 TON, Beceiver. Cowick 5. Wheeler Att'ys U. S Land Office, Wa-Keeney, Kan , No 7756 November 19 1886 Complaint having been entered at this office by Robert King hgamst Samuel N Hegarty for failure to comply with law as to timber culture entry No 2927 dated May 24, 1879, upon the no qr sec 20, tp 15 s of range 21 w, In Trego county, Kansas., with a view to the cincellation of said entry, contestant alleging that the said 8amudl N Hegarty has failed to break or plow, or cau'e same to bo done, a first or second five acres of said land smce date of entry, and has failed to plant to trees, seeds or cuttings, or cause same to be done, any portion of said land since date of entry, said failure exists at the preent time, the said partiec are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 8th day of Januarv, 1837, at 2 o'clock p. it., tq respond and furuibh testimonj concerning said alleged failure. 404 W H PILKENTO'N, aeoeiver. Cowick & Wheeler, Att'ys TJ S Land Office, Wa-Keeney, Kanas, No 7722 November 15, 18S6. Complaint hiving been entered at this office by Robeit N Schenk against Alfred Jacobon, foi abandoning his homestead entry No 7802, dated Alay 25, 1885, upon the northeast quarter sec 30 tp 14 , r 23 w, in Trego county, Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of said entrj , the "aid par ties are bereb summoned to appear at this ofneo on the 23rd day of December, 188C, at 2 o'clock p tn, to re-pond and furnish testimony concerning said al leged abandonment 40J W 0 L BEARD, Register. uowick &. Wheeler, Att'jb MAST,FOOS&CO. SPRINGFIELD, 0. MAsurxcTCEMa or tos WtumWaMD IRON TURBINE EngIeS Strong and Durable WTXIi HOT SHBINK, SWELL. WARP, or BATTJLE in the Wta4 ALSO, TEX BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP i Kerer FrMtei Is wtotw Time. 8enil tar m 'Circillar bmA WBSUSST Price f lrt ' Call and see Engine and Pump in operation R. G. KESSLER, COLLYER, KAUfSAt Agent for Trego and (Jove Co's ri-Vv SO 0 A Best in the World. aSS? r fc Thqma IS STILL HANDLING -, r Is just receiving a large assortment of XRT2" Q-OOIDS, GROCERIES, And other goods, besides a car-load of QUEENS"VYARE I have on hand an extra-large stock of WINTER IN THE WAY OF . -. Ladies' and Misses' Monitor Overshoes, A Large Line of Arctic Overshoes, Gentlemen's Polar Felt Boots and Rubbers, A IRGB IiDTE OF G-entlemen's & , And everything else which is kept in a first-class general store. Goods at Both Wholesale and Retail. See Me. Thomas Caddick. vV E.M. MURRAY, Pres. L. E. ROGERS, Vice Pres. WA-KEENEY BANK. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Wa-Keeney, - - - Kansas. ?Buys and sells Exchange to 'all points in Europe. Money loaned on long or short time. FARM. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Our safe is guarded by the latest improved time lock. We respectfully solicit the public patronage. Opera Block, North of Post Office. f SJ'EAT - Mhgeo. baker, W& Til m Proprietor, jffl BEST PRICES PAID FOR FAT STOCK OIE1 ALL GASH PAID FOR I SELL AND WARRANT -THE WAGONS, Of Chicago. ALSO- ABBOTT BUGGY GO'S BUGGIES -AND SPRING WAGONS Cant Be Beat FOE PEICE '& -QUALITY. -AT Mead's stable. 4 W. S. MEAD. Wa-Keeney Sept. 30, 18S6.- MARRIAGE GUIDE SSitef Sri iSp,8Bie. paper cover. 23c TiijBooSe3a tsint AIXt!i cwiob doubtful or iscrarfirevastta know-. IWIof vcrV I&rrUi .lmJBblc taformatjon-HEAlTH. EEAETT Md JUFPIS KS8 re prcmotcd by iti driw-vbo sf Mar-y.Trborot,hv; Medial Aid. ifben rxcMsry. brought home to yoa. 59 Wamiartid FES PICTBBia, tree ise. TfouBZoroja.roarneaoriBn,c"r't"w m m wafiwata " :r"?'-, tv rf - Vt-r . -U Qa&diclt GOODS OF ALL KINDS. -T Y GOODS!l-H .te Ladies' Underwear,! R:tV WILSON, Cashier. MARKET, IKIIfcTIDS. HIDES AND FURS STOCK BRANDS. COLUMBIA RANGE. Bestob, Bestob & Haughton. All cattle DV od left hip. Horses DV on left shoul der. Address, Will cox P. O., Trego co., Kan. GEORGE BAKER. MB (connected) od left hip. Address, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. GEO. H. WEBSTER. Douglas Webster, Manager. BANOH ON SALUTE BIVEB, 6 MHiES NOBTB OP COJjTjTEH. " Post-office ad dress, Collyer, Ks. All eattle brand ed A I on left side. Horses, the same brand on left hip. Ear mark on all cattle, tinderbit in both ears. FIRST KEY RANCH. BOCK. SCHLAGENHAU & TAG AN. Key on left hip, figure 1 above. Eange on Big oreek. 3 miles sw. of Wa-Keeoej. Address, W. E. Fagak, Supt t4uJfiS5S3Bl DBCKLE'SSsPILLS This fd English FtmUj Wihlamki nse fr 86 years, all orer t irvrii, fr Kile, liftigestfea, 14rerf ste.' Of Pure Vegetable iRgmdieits. TBZE FROM M1JUTUJRT.; :BgSl .S"JU iSi' f&rt&i ? "?-; SFsfi jffg-' f , JT -wA. tfrt.v. V SVpg&j? W r5X ijms; M. CO . " i-t ? -J r -ii ... .:" h .Thia sptoa tekngstq. ALDRIN BROS., thi DBuoexsra,' Who ar too busy opening a their splendid new stock r " of goods to write 'V"1 much now. 3? aes -r f WINDMILLS! WINDMILLS ! TODMILLS ! C. M. PAULL Is Agent at Wa-Kee-v ney for two ELEGANT WINDMILLS, Manufactured by the Baker Manu facturing Company, Eansviile, Wisconsin, and THE WOODMAN, Manufactured by the Woodraarise Windmill Co., Freeport, 111. FOR THE MONITOR We claim great strength,, involving the power to resist injury by heavy winds. The reason for this strength is, two-fold : 1. The mill is as strong, on general principles, as any other. 2. The mill is vaneless, thus doing away with much of the friction inseparable from the vane class of mills. FOR THE WOODMANSE We .say unhesitatingly that he who wants a vane mill can do no better. Office South of R.R. Track. 0. M. PAULL HISSON, BREEDER OF AND DEALER POLAND CHINA HOGS, PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS AND BRONZE TURKEYS. Alto HIGH GRADED NORMAN HORSES I have been breeding Poland CMna Hbgi for aor than fifteen yean. Daring all this time I bare se lected only the choicest specimen for breedlaf pnrpoees. It has been my constant aim to prodac a hog of good size, good constitution, qukkgroirtk, easy to fatten, early to mature, and mainly black la color. The result of my care and selection la read fly seen by examining my herd. My breeders ar all recorded In American Poland China Becord, ami. my pigs are all eligible to registry. Pedigrees girt when desired. Will sell singly og In pairs aotaMa to each other. My prices are reasonable. Callom oraddreas," A.T.BJXBOK,' Ogallaa, Trego Co., xaa. lire miles ne oOftI lah, os sec 8, tp. 12, r.TL FIRST NiZE HEBEFOID -t.vt . AttlgrBt8t.IiWKlaf!ateiTW,lisaeayJFum'lJ!JI aMTrHikardaB4ntBrKLT!r2yLoM ' THo.GBOy:h M.T8X, by On - OIWUUirtM 1MI7. by TJaOar, katf kCOtSMT J A. V. ' w&. wiumKiK IW " VV"' z$: C Vc Stvfc i t -Vra A m. j. Ser v ?7s a.- . k.vttScnte!lMlbrnRrWHrrTleR.Lwe -.cui qJ y, laisrsesi .. 4 r i. mt -& "Ji L i -'f ! A Ci' sSgvn i. iv &i i."1 t i mum -Willi., U2. Jvvi.JVii'ri5- "W ' JSf -. ( ,-Kz - . ifgjBMf 7rssmj&gffi mmmmmSlmiLj'bt'