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TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS.
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Reporters.
V. V. SAXL2UUS TIME TABU.
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"FsetMail 6.37am 9.56pm
JDay Passenger 1.38im 138 pm
freight 340pm llOSxii
PasBenger8 allowed by permit
Collyeb, Tbego Co., Dec. L
5 Town growing.
A lively debate.
Pension day, Dec. 4.
No Thanksgiving sickness.
The last month of this year.
Remarkably pleasant weather.
An excellent service last Sabbath.
Children's shoes very, very cheap, at
Wheeler Bros'. 4U1
Go to Siebert's market for salt and
smoked meats. , 304
Hiram Martin's brother returned to
Michigan Tuesday.
Go to Hollington & Son for Eock
Spring and eastern coal. 404
Collyer Post, No. 107,' will meet on
0 Saturday, Dec 4, for the annual
election of officers.
Mr. Rhodes shipped his cattle to Clay
Center last Wednesday nicrht. to which
hf place he expects soon to remove.
R. O. Hiddleson, W. Nichols, and our
former citizen David Black well, were
Quinter callers in town this week.
Monroe, Henkel & Dann, of Wa-Kee-ney,
purchased of G. W. Kessler section
17, w hich lies a mile south of town, for
$5.75 an acre.
Wm. Bower finished his term of school
in district No. 24 last week, and has io
sumed his former position as clerk for
L. A. Fisher.
J. H. Siebert is preparing for the
successful running of his business during
next summer by making an ice house
back of his market.
Wanted. A man to run a stock farm
on shares. Single man prefeired. For
further particulars, address World's cor
respondent, Coll er, Kaus. 4U3-tf.
Mrs. P. Eicbards and child leturnrd
to-day from Manhattan, where they have
been visiting her parentp, Mr. and Mis.
D. W. Davies, formeily of this place.
We have a good stock of notions which
must be closed out regardless of cost, at
Wheeler Bros'. 404
Ever body enjoyed Saturday, for it
was like a day in spring. Town was live
ly with country people, and carpenteis
and plasterers hastened to perform their
work.
A Siebert pays the highest market price
for hides and furs, and in cash, at the
Collyer meat market. 404
It is with regret that the Cawings
announce that our friend and citizen, C.
A. Sperry, contiuues to suffer severely
with sore e es, for which no cure has, as
yet, been found.
If you are going to purchase a new hat
for Christmas or New Years, remember
Wheeler Bros, are closing out. 404
Quarterly meeting will be held at Ban
ner Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 11th and
12th, the first service occurring during
the afternoon of Saturday. Visitors
from a distance will be entertained.
Fresh pork sausage at Siebert's mar
ket, Collyer, Kans. 403-tf
Our farmers hold their corn with great
tenacity, even to the detriment of the
milling business. But since they have
waited so long for a good crop, they can
not be blamed for retaining it Coin
retails for 45 cents a bushel.
Hats for the bo s almost given awav at
Wheeler Bros'. 404
M. P. Goodwin's building nears
completion. Carpenters, plasterers and
painters have been appling their trader
on it the past week. Mr. Goodwin hopes
to have the post-office established therein
before the holidaS, and surrounded b a
stock of goods which will tempt the
Christmas purchasers to invest
A full and complete line of men and
bo6 clothing at Mills & Arnold's, Coll
yer. Prices very low. 405 tf.
Thanksgiving day passed away qnietlv,
the only public entertainment being that
of the dance in the Post and Corps hall,
given by the Union Literary Sncietv.
The attendance was not as large as had
been hoppd for, but the participants, as
usual, had a pleasant time. The supper
was served under great disadvantages, it
being given in F. G. Bower's house,
which had been vacant some time and
received a share of the drifting snow
during the blizzard.
Eich Hill coal, as good as Eock Spring
,and cheaper, also Ft Scott coal, at Mills
& Arnold's, Collj er. 405-tf.
O. T. Birkeland has executed his
official bond as Justice of the Peace. As
this is not Mr. Birkland's first experience
in that capacity, those desiring to be
tinited in matrimonial bonds need have
no fears but what he will perform the
ceremony correctly. There are other
caBes. less pleasant, which may come be-
i lore him during his term of omce, and
the general opinion is that his decisions
will be rendered honestly and fairly.
A large and choice stock of ladies and
gentlemen's underwear at Kansas City
prices, at Mills & Arnold's, Coliver.
405-tf.
Judge Prescott, of Salina, shipped two
car-loads of young steers from this place
Tuesday morning. Douglas Webster
disposed ot some from his herd and
assisted the Judge in gathering the
others. A few head were obtained from
the herd of G. W. Kessler, and others
from a party unknown. Tour correspond
ent was told that G. W. Kessler's cattle
had been so petted that when an attempt
was made to cut them out of the herd,
they would turn around and look and
waut to get upon the borse with the
herder. It speaks well for their owner.
Hollington & Son are exclusive agents
for Eock Spring and Leavenworth coal. 4
Services last Sunday were well attend
ed. Bev. Weller conducted the prelim
inary services and Eev. Elliott delivered
& sermon from Eev. 7: 14. He began bv
saying that he heartily endorsed the dis
course given by Eev. Weller two weeks
ago from the same text and only wished
to add a little more to what was then
said. The sermon was pronounced one of
the best delivered here by the reverend
gentleman. Eev. Weller led the singing
and gave as a 6olo, "Give Me the
wings of Faith." Announcements made
were that on Dec. 12th, Eev. Weller
' would preach Jtere morning and evening;
the following Sunday, Dec. 19th, Bev.
Elliott would holdanorning service, and
on each Sunday thereafter services would
be conducted by them alternately. Eev.
Weller annointed a choir of young people
to lead the singing, and Mrs. J. M.
Arnold as evening organist
Hats for men cheap, at Wheeler Bros. 4
The principal topic of conversation in
public places this week has been as to
what effect the opening of two drug
stores will have upon the morals of our
town. There seems to be but little
anxiety abont the future actions of Dr.
Tagnej whose bnilding has commenced
by the excavating of a cellar on the cor
ner lot north of the depot, as he comes
here as a particular friend of Mr. Mills,
senior partner of Mills & Arnold, who, if
for no better reason, has too much interest j
in bnildincr up Colbejitoi
to locate here will
degrading element
ntation of Miles"!
faster than their m
and that portion pels
intoxicating Hqnajnj
annum tney enneav
of the law by sucHf
at Quinter, the res
be most damaging
by the action of ths'
order. A changejjh
site for their buil
located next south?
new store. $B
Parties going east, west, north ox
south, will do well Ty getting through
tickets. Baggage checked throngh to des
tination. Tickets on sale at Wa-Keeney
depot
" 100 portraits of yourself for only SI.
For particulars call at L. E. Stair's pho
tograph gallery, just north of Opera
Block. 405-2
Itch, Prairie Mange and scratch
es of every kind cured in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary lotion.
Sold by A. B. Jones, druggist,
Wa-Keeney 356
Underwear, underwear! All kinds of
underwear at
405. MABSHATili & UfFOBD'S.
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WA-KBENET, KAN., SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1888.
nd Trego Counties.
sy Terms.
MABEIAGE MATTEBS.
PROGRAM OF?C
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United States sljjpi
trolled by the gov)
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Affirmative: Bffi
sler, J. M. Arnold?
Negative: Temj
lips, Joseph Shop
Mabeied. At the residence of the
officiating minister, on Nov. 30, by F.
L. Walker, of Wa-Keeney, Mr. Frank C.
Godding and Miss Florence J. Asbury,
both of Scott county, Kansas.
T. G. Reed and Mary J. Armstrong
were married at the home of the bride's
parents, in Trego county, on Sunday,
Nov. 21st, Rev. J. O. Elliott officiating.
xut. Reed is the brother of Mrs. Joe Gau
tier, and is well and favorably known to
our people. The happy couple arrived
in our city on Monday, and were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gautier. They
will take up their residence at the Gau
tier ranch, 'on the Saline .flVy.s City
Star 'Sentinel, Nov. 25.
KELLY HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO.,
-AGENTS FOR THE-
BO
GKEYE REAPER and MOWER,
KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS,
WEIR k DEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRID DRILL
WOMAN'S I
A Prosperous Oi
Last Saturday fi
dies who favored
Woman's Relief O
at the residence of
and proceeded to?C
of officers. m
The following of
President, Mrs ip
Senior Vice Pre
cher. $
Junior Vice Pj
Kvle. J
Secretary, Mrs.rf
Treasurer, 1Iis9
Chaplain, Mrs. 2
Conductor, Mi5
Guaid, MissEd
The prospects 6
encouraging. A p
held on the ?econ(
ber at G. A. R. Hi
TO BE?
The officers and
are requested to (
on Fridav, Decern
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Mrs Martin, ofj
pointed mu?terin$
ins, departmentfp
Program of Qg
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Reading LIS
Debate -fr$
ment has beenwVj
to railroads Am '
H. Harlan.
Parker. Decisibi
Music.
Reading Chr
Decl.umtionp!
Song -Minnie
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Paper Laura
Snbjpct for d
That every Uniot
should diaw a p
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The organizatioi
residence of
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elected were re
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Mrs. J. A. Stjf
tary, Mrs. E.
scretarv. Miss J
W. S. Harnsoi
We have
Handkerchiefs!
of all kinds to J
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405.
I have a fei
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See my prices
Also a vanetv
gla?s and back
I sell, with adc
Mrs. Samuels's Body Found.
Coroner Grof t was called to Ogallah on
Saturday of last week to hold an inquest
on the body of Mrs. Samuels. He did
not hold it. The body lay some
eight or ten miles northeast of Ogallah,
and the case was so plainly one of freezing
to death as to render it entirely unnec
essary for him to go to the place.
In giving the last phases of this awful
case, we adopt the words of last Tues
day's Ellis Headhght The suspense of
the husband and friends of Mrs. Samuels,
as to her fate, was ended last- Friday
afternoon, by the finding of her body,
less than one-half mile from the school
house. The body was found a little west
of south from the school house, on the
south side of a deep draw. From the
appearance she had crossed the draw,
and attempted to ascend tho other bank
which was almost perpendicular when
she became exhausted and lay or fell
down on her left side with her hands up
to her face as though to protect it from
the storm. The body when found was
froze rigid and very much out of its
natural shape; it had probably been cov
ered with snow until within a day or two
of the discovery. A wagon had been
driven along the bottom of the draw, the
wheel passing within a foot of her feet.
A-large number of people in the search
had passed close to the body without dis
covering it. Tho snow had fallen away
so that when the body was discovered by
a Mr. Warren, the feet and parts of the
clothing were in sight. The finding of
the body of Mrs. Samuels in the direc
tion it was from the school house, proved
that the theory upon which the search
had been conducted was wrong; a large
part of the sounding and shoveling had
been done southeast of the school house.
It was supposed that she would drift be
fore the wind; had she, it would have
taken her southeast into- a very rough
country. The remains were brought to
Ellis Saturday, and buried in Mount
Hope cemetery, services being held at the
Congregational church at 2 p. m. Rev. C.
E. Williams delivered a short discourse.
A large number of Ellis people attested
their respect for the deceased, and sym
pathy for the fnendB, by attending the
funeral.
In another place, the Headlight says:
About twenty citdzerte of Ellis started
after dinner Friday, to search for Mrs.
Samuels's body; they went prepared to
stay all night. The advance arrived at
the school house about twenty minutes
after the body had been found.
X
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This liniment is a positive cure for
..rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back, sore
chest, old sores, wounds, sprains and all
bruises. It is the most penetrating lin
iment in theworld. It will restore con
tracted muscles to their natural elastic
ity; rubbed on the throat it will cure the
worst case of croup. It is an absolute
specific for corns, bruises, chapped
hands, etc Ladies will find it particular
ly effective in lame back. H. J. Hille,
Agent, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. 4
Horse PJ.stte.es.
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS.
PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass.
Franklin Street,
WA-KEENEY, KANSAS.
jMfclTTIJuiiijBJHBKl .- i.-iJBPjMHEBr'" ,a"
The Way To
Bfrnham & Maxwell's,
THE EXCLUSIVE
GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED STORE
OE WA-KEENEY,
WHERE CAN BE POUND AT AM, TIMES
A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, HAY and all kinds of MILL FEED.
ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR, Warranted Second to None,
RYE FLOTJE, GEAHAM FLOUE, CORN MEAL, CHOPS of all Kinds,
BRAN -A.3KTD SHORTS.
Between Frick's Livpry Stable and Grand Central Hotel.
H LEAT MA
H. MENKEMEYER, PROPRIETOR;,
FAT STOCK OF ALL KINDS WANTED
JLT THUS BEST PRICES
HIDES AID FUES WAITED EOR CASH.
X'is
en Thousand Trial
lFackaces mailed to jp:
irtio
and ware restraad tx.
hSK&i lSEJUHAL pastilles
A Radical Care f or NertoasItobitftT, OiRao
a lanra crooortlon
of whom tookaf nil treat
ment end were restored to feaalthb? nseoE
,VnTil
TresKneMBnarurBtrnixwcarin lonngoraiii
ala Aired Men. Tested for Fipht Yfura in m
thsoeaad cases th"7 a'olntely res'o'-e pwmatnrel
cea ana oroxn
narfact and f til 1
5P those who scTorfroirtt aranny obscurod -ea-d
Wrosghtabont by Indic,ot,9XuIZx'03nre,Over'ir&ia
neck, or too free Indalgc&cr.weu&ctbatyoa sead-u
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rant xaxe a bukb kimedt teat has
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'with a.tent:on.to bunceia. or now na!n
orlnconventcncenany way Foaaded
i Kiciiuuc iiicuicxt principle, ay uirce
illcationto the sett of dt e kaimglag
tnrAi frlf 'rlihnnt ltTv. Thal
fractions of the human orxaaiamratorcd. Tin
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HARRIS REMEDY CO., Hft CKMW1
suoj.xentntreat,T.iroiH,jca.
RUPTURED PERSONS can hav FREE Til of our Appliance. Ask for Trnw!
- A new my
clonks at
405.
Marshaiii & TJffobd's.
Call at Geo. Baker's for fresh smoked
hams and breakfast bacon.
AT THE FRONT.
I have secured the right to make the
beautiful enameled pictures for the city
of Wa-Keeney. And to introduce them,
will give, from now nritil Jan. 1, with
each dozen cabinets or panels, one Beau
tudijEnameiiEd photograph. Come and
see samples. I use the dry plate process
for photographs and the best instruments,
and have just added a new portrait lens,
especially adapted for making children's
pictures. Come early if you wish to get
your pictures for Christmas.
405-2 L. E. STAIR,
Portrait sad View Photographer.
10 Der cent. Will make loans IU
over the state. Will famish money to
pay out on pre-emptions.
MR, E. SULLIVAN, Inspector for the
Company, will office with them.
Will
make Final Proofs and attend to
Contests.
G. P.AicANlGHT.
Office first door west of U. S. Land Office,
WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. '
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vKtey at Law. Six years Register's Clerk, U. S. Commissioner.
tifBf U. S. Land Office.
: MONROE, HENKEL & DANN,
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JK WA-KEENEY, KANSAS.
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