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dVjjf3ri3i' trWM i1?? $&& PPPWsf r-sK t sSf: r2f -yi - j he !SflT b r( ? t"r tW aasEcgg'm mw TBEGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWTNGS. COLI.YEB, Oct 24. Snow Sunday. Frosty morning. Pat up your stoves. Election will soon be here. The pay car went through Friday. There will be a dance inCollyer Nov. 5. Jessie York has returned to Wa-Keeney. Fred Cartwright was in Ellis last night on business. Edgar Fike is considerable better. He IB able to go about. jf. Uncle Ben Eichards attends to post- office duties this wees. Mrs. Morgan put homestead papers on her pre-emption Friday. Frank Fonts visited the Saline valley folks Friday and Saturday. Otis Kessler got tired of batching and moved back to his mother's. A number of the people about Collyer were caught in the rain Saturday. Mrs. D. M Brown and Happy Roberts reached their homes in Iowa safely. Bert McMillen contemplates a trip to iiis old home in Chicago Christmas. Bad colds and sore throats are all the rage among the society going people. Mrs. Joseph Brown, who has been hav ing rheumatism, is considerably bettor. Mrs. S. O. Eobb, of Ogallah, attended the W. K. C. meeting at Collyer Saturday. Mrs. Adams has sold her team and buggy to Mr. Hickman for the livery barn. Messrs. Phillips, Smith and Bundy re turned to their work in Wa-Keeney Mon day. Aura Fike and Mary Bundy were the V guests of Mrs. G. A. Wilson of Wa-Keo-ney, Saturday. Collyer school has diminished greatly innumber of late owing to several fami lies having moved away. Mrs. B. O. Richards and granddaughter went to Ellis Sunday night for a few days visit with Mrs. R'e. daughter. Mr. True, of the Solomon, shipped three car-loads of cattle from this place to Kansas City Sunday Morning. Mrs. H. E. York left Monday for Gove City, Russell Springs, and Wallace. She will be gone about two weeks. Prairie schooners are constantly wend ing their way back east, to winter we sup pose, and then return in the spring. Messrs. Cohon, Deerdorff and Heaston with their families, left last week for Marshall county, this state, where they expect to reside in the future. Mrs. A. B. Morgan and family left yes terday morning for Delphos, Kansas, where they will reside this winter but they expect to return in the spring. Saturday was a cold, disagreeable day and before nightfall the rain commenced gently to fall, and continued throughout the night and by morning had terminated into a genuine snow storm, the first of the season. W.C. TOWNSHIP TICKETS. The Besults of the People's Cau cuses Held in Three Townships Last Saturday. WA-KEENEX TOW2JSHIP. "For Trustee Geo. Galloway Tor Clerk C.A. Beavers For Treasurer H. J. Hille '-H ::::::::: j:$K& .For Constables j;;;;;;;;;' ( Dist. 1. .Willis Jackson .Road Overseers ) Dist. 2 0. Jj. Cook (Dist.3...E. W.Gilbert COLIiTEB TOWNSHIP. For Trustee J. Spena For Clerk i G. W. Kessler For Treasurer Jos. Brown b- TDf,Vno 5 Collyer A. D. Elliott For Justices j BaDner. . Dan.x McKnight -cu nMM 5 Collyer P. Richards For Constables j Banner.... Alex Hazett For Road Overseer J.Power It was moved and seconded that all who took part in the caucuses at Collyer would support the ticket at election. The motion was carried unanimously. FRAUKLIN TOWNSHIP. For Trustee P.W.OToole For Clerk George Young For Treasurer J. B. Inscho f Justices j ;;;;;;;; -"jSSSSi Forconsublesj;;;;;;;;;;; For Road Overseer E.Ii.FryL Good Results in Every Case. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chatanooga, Tenn., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs; had tried J many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, did so and. was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. Since ,which time he has used it in his family for-all coughs and colds with best re sults. This is the experience of thous ands whose lives have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery. Trial bottles free m Dr. Jones's drug stors. S HARROWS. The beet assortment, by far, ever brought to Wa-Keeney, at Kelly Hard- W. B. KritchSeid is on a business trip to Denver. The heaviest frost of the season oc curred during Monday night. Geo. Pinkham has had an addition built onto his house, on his ranch. Nick Reding is having a well sunk on his premises south of. the track. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Conger returned from Wisconsin Thursday evening. W. R. Holmes is out on the Saline plastering a house for James Walker. Ed. Wilkin and wife, of Gove City, were in town the fore part of the week. Mrs. A. L. Fuson moved into her new rooms, on Franklin street on Wednesday. W. E. Phillips, of Manhattan, has been in town several days this week, talking life insurance. Ralph Frick expects to start for Trinidad, Col., Monday morning. Elmer Guy is going with him. W. G. Marshall and son, Mac, went to Ness county on Wednesday morning, to look after some cattle. The crazy tea given by the ladies of tho First Baptist church was well at tended and greatly enjoyed by all. Miss Bessie Kelly returned from Illinois last Friday. She had been visit ing in that state for several weeks. Mrs. L. Schmitt has returned from Quincy, HI. Her mother accompanied her, and will visit here for some time. Geo MoCready left Tuesday night for his old home, in Fort Madison, Iowa, where ho expects to spend the winter. W. S. Tilton ha5? been confinpd to his bed with a severe attack of billionsness Bince Wednesday. His condition is im proving. Rev. W. H. Mahnffie returned yes terday morning from Oakley, where he had been attending the ministerial as sociation. Judge and Mrs. A. J. Harlan are ex pected to arrive home to-morrow. They have been visiting in Missouri for a couple of weeks. Jim Zeitler, who worked for D. Schmitt a year ago this summer, is in town this week, working with the rail road bridge gang. C. S Johnson rode on his bycycle last night from the Downer school house, a distance of 16 miles, in one hour and forth-five minutes. M. DeMotte and wife, of Enterprise, Kansas, who had been visiting their danghter, Mrs. Mulkey, returned home Tuesday morning. Mrs. L. E. Edmundson has been seriously ill for a few days. Her condition has been quite dangerous. She was re ported as somewhat better yesterday. 0. M. Paull is getting ready to start for Trinidad, Col., Monday morning. He will take three teams with him. Op. and James Harkins are to accompany him. A People's rally was held at Trego Center Tuesday evening. A large audi ence turned out to hear the truth ex pounded by the candidates on the People's ticket Hon. J. D. Harris, candidate for state senator on the Union Labor ticket will speak to the people of Trego county in Wa-Keeney on Monday, October 29, at 2 o'clock r. M. Mr. Flatt, of Lane county, was in town two or three days this week. He says he raised good crops on his farm this j ear, and sent several specimens to the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ferris came down from Millbrook Wednesday. Mrs. Ferris will remain in Wa-Keeney for the present, but Ned returned to Millbrook the next day. ? ,.- C. F. Diffenbacher, Democratic can didate for attorney general, and S. W. McElroy, democratic candidate for cong ress, are billed to speak at Wa-Keeney, Thursday, November 1, at 7:30 p. M. We are in receipt of a letter from Judge Harlan in which he states that he will address our people on the political issues of the day at Opera Hall, Wa Keeney, Saturday evening, November 3. N. A. Voss, of Hays City, was in Wa-Keeney on Monday making arrange ments to open a photograph gallery at Wa-Keeney. We understand he will build a gallery on the east side of the square. Chas. Brady won a dollar Wednes day afternoon by carrying two 25-pound sacks of shot one in each hand around a block without resting. Two or three others tried it, but gave out before half way around. F. C. Olmsted was up in Nebraska a couple of weeks ago, selling some cattle. While up there he met a miller who would like to put up a mill at some good point Mr. Olmsted told him of the splendid opening at Wa-Keeney for a good mill and he (the miller) expressed a desire to communicate with our people and see what arrangements could be made to build a'milL It is reported that Messrs. Dray and Johnston, of Wa-Keeney, and James Sloey, of Buffalo Park, have been en gaged by a big Uncle Tom's Cabin troupe and will make a tour of the South this winter. Our prayers will go with the boys. If you get stuck just wire us. Gove City Gazette, ig. Yes, the boys started yesterday morning. They have the best wishes of all who know.them for An enthusiastic People's rally was held at Downer Bchool house Wednesday evening. M. D. Hollister and others addressed the meeting. A good crowd greeted the speakers and the best of feeling prevailed. l Ah Unruh returned from Nebraska Monday afternoon. He had been up there selling his cattle, for which he re ceived a fair price. He expects to start for Anderson county in a few days, where he will engage in business. Clint. Avery left Wa-Keeney Tues day evening for Provo, Utah Territory. Frank Roselle, late clerk in Hille's drug store, is out there clerking in a drug store, and Clint expects to remain there if he can find suitable employment. A Union Pacific bridge gang are working at this place, driving piles at the bridge in the eastern part of town. Mrs. Stewart, formerly of the Franklin House, is in charge of the boarding car, and Mr. Stewart is working with the gang. We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to the fifth annual ball of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman at Ellis, Thursday evening, November L This organization knows how to make a success of an affair of this kind. C. L. Miller, of Alamosa, Colorado, CoL, was in Wa-Keeney the latter part of last week, visiting old friends. He was on his way back to Alamosa from the east, whore he had been on a pleasure trip. He still holds the position of foreman of a round house at Alamosa. Frank Wallace, who went to Nebras ka with Al. Unruh, to dispose of bis cattle, concluded to keep about twenty cows and hire them wintered up there. He came home a few days ago, but intends to return and put in the winter husking corn. That kind of work is quite plenti ful where he was. We reckon the worst fooled man that has been in Wa-Keeney for some time was the fellow who attempted to rob the First National Bank a few nights since. After breaking through one of the back windows he dug a hole thoough the brick wall into the vault and crawled through but was unable to get inside the safe, which is locked with a time lock. A revolver which was in the vault was all the booty he procured. A long-to-be remembered social event was the leap year party given by the ladies at Opera Hall Tuesday night The attendance was exceedingly large, and tho affair was said to be one of the most enjoyable balls ever given here. At midnight the gay dancers partook of an excellent supper, which had been pre pared for them at the Union House. After supper dancing was again resumed and continued until well, we cannot say, as our informant left before the close, in order to be on hand for. an early breakfast. Rev. E. Richards, of Buffalo Park, delivered a temperance lecture at the Opera House Friday night of last week. He was invited here by the W. C. T. U. of this city, and a very good audience greeted him. After dwelling for some time upon the evils of the rum traffic, he endeavored to show that the Prohibition party was tho only party that could be relied upon to undertake the total prohi bition of the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquor in this country. He neglected to make mention of the good work which the Republican party had done for prohibition in the state of Kan sas. His lecture was attentively listened to, and although hia third party ideas were endorsed by but few of the male portion of his audience, he received hearty applause several times during his discourse. A male quartette sang tem perance songs before and after the lecture. Always Ready. If you will just take the precaution to keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 'and Diar rhoea Remedy on handjou will always be ready to cure any form of bowel complaint. It is prepared especially for that purpose, and is a sure cure. 25cts. per bottle. Sold by H. J. Hille CHICKENS FOR SALE. A limited number of Wyandottes. Will be sold at very low prices. Persons wishing to purchase will please call at Burnham & Baker's feed store. 196-8 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sore1?, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores,-tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, 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 Just received at Marshall & Ufford's A large lot of 5 and 10 cent goods. 484 TAKEN UP. At my place, on Augugt 16, 2 mare mules; 1 sorrel; 1 dark brown. W. A. Eppura, 494-tf 6 miles north of Ellis, Kan. A BARGAL Just one Refrigerator left, which will be sold at cost Kelly Habdwabjs Co. The Pioneer Clothing House is re ceiving its Spring-stock of clothing. Ague cannot be permanently cured until the system has been thoroughly cleansed of all morbid matter. Quinine and other febrifuges will check it tem porarily, but it is sure to return unless the system has .been cleansed. For this purpose there is nothing better than St Patrick's Pills. They not only physic, but thoroughly cleanse the entire system; and will, in most cases, prevent agaa aad like malarial diseases if used as soon as the .first symptoms appear. Sold bVBL' The-Pioneer, Clothing House has the prettiest line of neckwear ever brought to Wa-Keeney. Quick Meal, New Davis and Perfec tion Gasoline stoves at cost KeiiLY Hardwaub Co. Batiste, chantillas, madras batiste satines, gold seal and, in fact, an endless variety of dress goods. Mabshaui & Uffobd. If you want pure home made lard call at Geo. Baker's market, on Russell ave. 401 I have cut flowers for sale at from 5 to 25 cents per bouquet 496 Mks. J. W. Cakson. Clothing at- cost for tlie next 30 days at Thomas Caddick's. GARDEN SEEDS. A large lot just received at Kelly Hard ware and Implement Co. These seeds are in bulk, and fresh. A Cure fob Diarkhoea. Mr. J. A. Burnison, of Colburg, Montgomery Co., la., has found out how he can cure any case of Diarrhoea. Two of his children had the disease; for about six weeks he tried four different patent medicines without benefit, but he finally got hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy, which he says completely cured them, and is con fident it will cure, any case when the plainly printed directions are followed. Sold by H. J. Hille. WILLIE KLEE, Worker in BrickfStone, WA-KEENEY, - KANSAS. WIIJ. BUILD FIRE FLUES AND LAY FOUNDATIONS FOR BUILDINGS. Patronage Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A. P. LIPE, f keeps practical Boot and Shoemakers employed, and is prepared to make first-class boots and shoes to order. I also keep for sale SOLS LEATHER BY THE SIDE Or piece, also Calf, Kip and Upper Laather, Shoe Emdings,Shoe Thread, Was, Pegs, and Shoe Nails of all descriptions, Shoe Dressing and Polish. Call and see me. I am al ways at home. My shop is north of the Opera Block, and in the rear of Ferns & Farmer's drug store. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. I MAKE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY A. P. LIPE. WM. SPICER -THE MERCHANT TAILOR, Keeps the choicest assortment of SPUING and SUMMED GOODS In the City. Employs only Fire1 Class Workmen, and Warrants a Perfect Fit or No Sale, Shop first door south of Wkstkbh Kansas Would Oificb. C. M. HETKEIi Eti a Large and Soloct Stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS awd JH-waiiijRY. E Makes a Specialty or Bepairing Fine Watches and Jewelry GTStore on west side of Franklin Street, at the stand lately occupied by A. F. Toeb. I H. 8IEBERT, House, Sign and Carriage PAIFTBEi, Paper Hanger, Grainer and Kalsominer i AT.T. WORK GUARANTEED. Washington Street, WA-KEENEY, KAKSAS. WE OPPEB YOU WEALTH fijglYlBgycathe current information necessary to iatelUgeatij' utilise, your means for $LOO KANSAS CITY WEEKLY JOUBNAL A. 4-colaHUi paper, complete la every f eratos accessary to make it first-class, can be had for tL09 EERYEAB. Those who have recelred this valaaWe paper daring the campaign need bo introdactfom. To all others we say, try it Hand yoar snbscrip tioaa to the editor of this paper asd he will forward JOURNAL CO., Kansas City, Mo. mEACHERS' EXAMINATION. L t earttfeatos win be kU at the m osbm, to Wa-XeaaeT, om 8ate4ay, (Motor MA.M rr, SSsHSSss&sSsSSlc Wetherbee & Morgan Will have something to say TO : THE, : PUBLIP in a week or two; Meanwhile they will continue TO OFFER TO DESIRABLE BORROWERS At Fair, Living Rates, And on the Best Terms. smms??mmmmrfsws Badger Lumber Co., DEALERS IN Lumber, Goal, Lime, Cement, Sash, Doors And Other Building Material. Have a supply of the Celehrated ROCK SPRINGS COAL always on hand. Screen Doors and Sash. Parties needing Lumber or other building material should call and get our figures. Washington St. & Railroad Ave. KELLY HARDWARE -AGENTS DEERING REAPER AND MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR k DEER'S PLOWS ill CULTIVATORS. SPMSFIELD SUPERIOR 6R1II DRILL Horse Rakes. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WJlGOTJ-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, H. M. DAVIDSON SELLS WINDMILLS i PUMPS O DIFFERENT KINDa Will Sell a Good Windmill Will take Young All Kinds of Repairing Done on Short Notice Work Warranted. Office 3d door of Basement under TJ. S. Land Office. A. H. Blair, Pres. L. E. Rogers, ATIOKAi -V 5 Wa-Keeney, Kansas. A- General Banking DIRECTORS A. H. BLAIR. L. E. H. J. HILL1. Oity MEAT - MARKET, JnHeEo. bakerTH H Pnpriifir. flf V BEST PRICES PAD) OF .LL CASH PAID FOR A.J. DAVIS, Managtr. & IMPLEMENT CO., FOR THE- 5A-XERIY, KANSAS for $35. Stock in Exchange for Goodfc Vice Pres. R. C. "Wilson, Cashier 44r Business Transacted. ROGERS. . J. OfiSOUf R. C. WILSOH". FOR FAT STOCK ieizstds. -fcv -v. HIDES AJTO HM, 'J3FV s& vscs'i m s yfer: isbinw and Implement Co. . hum. mmmmm & ASy'Ti iTC 6-3" jt-? tz-3 -J? V4?r '" !j.. 418-tt a prosperoM tour aad aaafentara