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Resolutions of Condolence.
Collyer Post Xo. 107, G. A. K., De
partment of Kansas, has unanimously
adopted the following resolutions:
Whereas, It has pleased our Su
preme Commander, who is the Arbiter
of our destinies and under whose
watchful care our long, weary life
marches, battles and bivouacs have
been made on this earth, where life
from the cradle to the grave is the
battle and death alone; is the victor
to call from our ranks our worthy
comrade, C. F. Hawkes; and
Whereas, Taps were sounded for
Comrade Hawkes, Saturday, March 27,
1897, his earthly liirht went out, but
who have known the magic of elbows,
and have an intuitive hope of a grand
reunion upon the parade ground of
Heaven. We, of the Grand Army,
are dying at the rate of 100 a day;
every fifteen minutes the taps sound
for some one who wore the blue, and
there are no recruits.
Resolved, That we drape the chair
of the Junior Vice Commander for a
space of thirty days, in honor of our
deceased comrade.
Resolved, That we deeply mourn
for him, and words are inadequate to
to express our grief.
Resolved, That to the bereaved
wife and children we extend our
heartfelt sympathy, and assure them
that we shall always extend to them
the obligations of our order, fraterni
ty, charity and loyalty.
Resolved, That a copy of these res
olutions be forwarded to the be
reaved widow.
Resolved, That a copy be forwarded
to the Western Kansas World and
Independent for publication.
HUOH TlDBALL,
F. C. SWIOGETT,
Committee.
Wa-Keeney Schools.
The following named pupils were
neither tardy nor absent during the
month ending March 26, 1897:
HIGH SCHOOL.
Dora Barber, Oliver Best,
Emma Conrtney, Roy Cross,
Eliza Countryman, Ella Ford,
Daisy Hoar, Delia Jones,
Stella Lawrence, Hattie Moe,
James Rhoades.
Mrs. Ltjct Best, Principal.
GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT.
Bessie Brown, Mary Groft,
.Clarence Henkel, Ethel Hoar.
Maud Law, Roxie McAtee,
Ray Ufford, John Wheeler,
Mabel Ufford.
Mattie Beach, Teacher.
INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT.
Charlie Hoar, Glen Jones,
Clara Law, ?fora Law,
James Moe, John Moe,
Ray Nelson, "Nora Rinker,
Mary Wilson.
Hattie J. Kirbt, Teacher.
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT.
Irene Bestor, Bertha Inscho,
Carter Brown, Guy Jones,
Harry Burnham, Ellsworth McAtee,
Susie Burnham, Jessie McAtee,
Roger Greenwood, Rollo Moe,
Anna Groft, Geo. Stokesberry,
Jacob Ingenthron, Beulah Thompson,
Jane Wilson.
Mrs. May Greenwood, Teacher.
Collyer Township General.
It is reported that P. W. O'Toole is
to fence a square mile.
Geo. and Otto Young both visited
the hub on March 27th.
A young republican appeared at
Geo. Young's on Februrary 6th.
Miss Sarah Wolfe, who taught school
in District 38, left for Sauna, March
27th.
Miss Tague, who is teaching at Gib
son this year, is meeting with remark
able success.
Thos. O'Toole Intends to enlarge
his house. He has plenty of rock ready
Tor squaring.
sir. reuenscnwanaer is having a
new well dug over which he intends
to place a wind mill.
Oscar Olson will probably get the
belt. It is reported that he finished
assessing on March 26th.
Sound Money
Misses Nellie Sweet and Maud Fur
beck visited with Frank Cross and
wife Wednesday night.
Mrs. Chas. Clough has been quite ill
for several days, and at last reports
she was unable to be about.
Mr. Rogers' son arrived from the
east last week and is stopping with
his father for a few days until his
family arrives.
A. B. Keagy, of Ellis, has a beauti
ful irrigation plant in the surburbs of
Ellis. The power used is a chemical
engine, which pumps water very fast.
New Sallaround.
Items verv scarce.
Rain! Rain! Rain!
Oh no! we would not have the sta
tion, nit!
Bruce Furbeck is fencing a new
pasture.
Mike Richards is drawing hay from
our vicinity this week.
H. W. Silver done business with our
trader the front end of the week.
Dr. Ellison reports a bran new boy
at Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ridgways.
Joseph Runyon had all his oats in
before the recent rain commenced.
Mr. Willhelm is sinking a couple of
wells in the Silver vicinity on the
Smoky.
Dorsey Fulton has had his house
moved, under the supervision of John
Goble.
S. II. Baird has remoddeled the top
of his buggy, in order to keep out the
sunshine.
J. W. Phares has commenced farm
ing and rides in one of the familiar
new huggies.
Blossom school celebrated the last
day by giving a social dinner, after
wliich base ball and other games were
indulged in. All returned to their
homes after having enjoyd a very
pleasant afternoon.
Sallarouud was an interested spec
tator of the city election in Ellis,
Monday, April 5th. Considerable ex
citement was exhibited between the
two factions. Last year's city govern
ment was female, and except the town
of Gaylord, the only town in the state
under petticoat government, and if
Gaylord was as big a failure as Ellis,
as we hear it, God help Gaylord. We
were informed the women did not
have the sand to put up a ticket, but
they did hold a secret caucus and
nominate a lot of "hen pecked" old
maids, that were beat nearly two to
one. and as a result we hear that this
is the last time the "female" women
will try to run the politics of Ellis.
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Mary L Harlan, nw qr 31
Geo i Hazen, nw qr 5
Jerry C Coffey, n hi se qr ... 6
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John A Scott, sw qr 30
Samuel Combest, nw qr ..33
Wm Austin et al. ne qr 1
C A Williams, neqr 14
Geo K Williams, w hf sw qr .23
COLLYER TOWNSHIP.
J M Critcber. ne qr 7 12
do nw qr 7
do sw qr 7
Christina A Dann. nw qr 15
Theodore Holmes, sw qr 8
James Meldram. se qr 33
Robert E Day. sw qr 6
Francis C Swieeett, nw qr ..10
Ruf us G Kessler, ne qr. .... 18
E M Bost wick, nw qr 18
The Trego Investment Co.
neqr 10
Geo E Fuller, nw qr 32
Francis C Holies, nw qr 34
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP.
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Treasurer's Final Notice.
County Treasurer's Office,
WA-KEENEY, KAS8., April 3, 1897.
Notice is hereby el ven that the lands and
town lots described in the following list were
sold on the 4th rtav of Seoteni Der. ltsa. ror tne
unpaid taxes or 1893. rue penoa or redemp
tion will expire September 4th, 1897. The
amount set opposite each tract of land and
Mih tnwn int. includes the tax charires to
gether with Interest computed to last aay 01
redemption, and fees for publishing, but
does not include tax of 1898, unless amount
of same is endorsed on tax sale certificate at
this date. .
The names set opposite each tract or iana
or town lot. to whom it was assessed, are cor
rect aceordmi? to tax roll of lsw.
Now. therefore, unless tne lanas or town
lots are redeemed on or before September 4,
1807. the same shall be conveyed to the pur
chasers, their heirs or assigns, as prescribed
by law. A it. aiooRE,
OG ALLAH TOWNSHIP.
S. T. R. AM'T
Frank Katon. s hf lie qr 2 11 21
do n hf se qr 2 11 21
Herbert L Douelass. ne or.. 14 11 21
George W .lefTers. sw qr 9 12 al
Thomas C Roberts, sw qr is i si
Western Freehold and Live
Stock company, se qr M 13 21
J H Goddard, sw qr 34 12 21
C C Rush, se qr 36 12 21
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Michael Richards, nw qr 24 12 22
H 11 Buckwalter. w hf seqr.26 13 22
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Charles J Anderson, se qr... 2 13 22
.1 W Colby, se qr 13 Si
GLENCOE TOWNSHIP.
Bruce K Furbeck. se or 4 13 21
Josiah East, n hf ne qr 9 13 21
Bruce E Furbeck. n hf ne qr 10 1.1 21
B A Campbell, nw qr 11 13 21
do se qr 11 13 21
do sw qr 11 13 21
Donal McDonald, sw qr 18 13 21
J F Goddard. se qr 34 13 21
RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP.
$22 15
21 35
38 54
20 00
50 29
53 80
49 02
48 58
48 58
S3 35
14 05
14 95
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51 86
43 32
15 10
18 55
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Midway Soraps.
Plenty of rain.
Grass will soon be good.
The ground is thoroughly soaked.
W. F. Stranahan sowed his oarley
iuesctay.
Nearly everybody is complaining of
feeling unwell.
N. Redmond intends to break thirty
or forty acres this spring ror corn.
Quite a number of our citizens have
invested in fruit trees this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. M. if. Redmond were
the guests of A. J. Johnson last Sun
day.
John Briggs, sr., was over on the
Saline, Monday, returning Tuesday
through the rain.
Miss Grace A. Stranahan is visiting
for a few days with tier grand parents,
.Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson.
'. The small grain in this vicinity is
in fine condition, and farmers feel
quite cheerful over the prospects.
County Line Notes.
SM11 blustery and damp.
Another nice shower last Friday
evening.
O. L. Cook is stopping with M. H.
Johnson for a few days.
P. A. Hickey is letting out consider
able oats to be seeded on shares.
Rev. E. E. Gunckel has been as
signed to Wa-Keeney this year.
Mrs. Stevens and Edna Goble visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Fidler, Thursday.
Miss Mattie Page, of Riverside, "is
stopping with Grandma Anderson, of
Ellis.
Rev. C. M. C. Thompson, late of
Ogallah, was assigned to Ransom this
year.
The heaviest rain fell here last Sat
urday morning that we have had since
last July.
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W it IKidiie. nwqr 34
Mary J IHide. sw qr 34
Samuel R Anderson, se qr ..28
George V Tunnell, w hf nw
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Gerire W Tunnell. ne qr 7
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John Halbleib, sw qr 30
Josiah R Tunnell, nw qr 34
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Leonard C McMurtrie. n w qr 11
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VanBuren C Howe, se qr nw 19 15
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Charles TS Parker, ne or 21 15
Herbert J Lutters. n hf sw qr 21 15
Ness County Real Estate co.
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Morgan E Doerschlacr. ne u r 34 15. 34
Richard A Derriek.shf neqr22 14 25
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Ella S Hoskins, n hf sw qr ..34 15
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TOWN OF OGALLAH.
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Laura A Bell 20
WA-KEENEY CITY.
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C Everest Elliott 2
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James L Miller 1
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Walter M Jay 34
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I L McGarvie 8
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Mabel A Newth 10
Annie L Fuson 15
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W B Pace 15
GW Harrison 29
S C Stanton 7
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J L Miller 10
M W McCoy 14
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Christina A Dann 9
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R O Hiddleson 4
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M W McCoy 8
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N B Moore 17
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Martha J Baker 21
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John R Wells 23
Martha J Baker 24
Edwin P Hanna 2
Alson Woodward 1
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Hattie I Snyder, 50 ft off e
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John A ielson, south hf 30
Annie L Fuson. n hf 20
Earl s ResulKli vision,
Martha J Baker 7
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Mary M Rice 2
John E Kelly 17
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J L Miller 10
James r Walk 23
Christina A Dann 34
John Walton 4
J E Rogers, s hf 13
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Joseph Johnson, nwqr 83
Fred E McLelland, sw qr 30
William McFarland. se qr.. .30
Ashley W Haskell se qr 1
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I E Bushman, se qr 2
Mary J Mofflt. n hf sw qr 5
Dell J A I sop. nw qr 12
Mary E Sumet. w hf ne qr...l6
Joseph T Murt aph, n hf se qr 16
Robert Forrester, nw qr 24
A S Worrail. n hf nw qr 32
Levi II Holt, ne qr 14
Charles J Miller, w hf nwqr. 34
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WILLCOX TOWNSHIP.
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SEY CITY.
FRANK WOLLNER,
DEALER
Dry Goods, Staple and Foncy Groceries.
in-r .- m.'m,
oranges, Lemons una oitier Fmns.
' crackers, Gondies and Gioars.
goods are all fresh and
STliese
clean.
C. J. FERRIS & CO.
DEALERS IN
I will furnishh everything in the
line of undertaking that can be found
anywhere.
SSg"All calls answered day or night.
NEW HARNESS SHOR.
John Ingenthron, Prop.
Repairing
done.
promptly and neatly
All styles of harness made to order
as cheap as the cheapest.
Motto: "Live and let live."
sjS"Give me a call.
A. MULHEIM,
Ellis, Kansas.
ELGIN m HAMPDEN WATCHES.
Fine and complicated watches re
paired and prices to suit the times.
ggrAll work warranted or money re
funded. Your Choice $5.00.
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SMITH'S ADDITION WA-KEENEY CITY,
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CLAYPOOL'S ADD'T TA-KEENEY CITY.
and builder
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jyspeial atention given to buildins of
modern styles. Shop north of Court House.
Agent for the Currie
Windmill. Windmills
and tanks built and re
paired on short notice.
Call and get my prices.
FREE, FREE, FREE!
A Positive Pennaneni cure -
WEAK MEN!
We mail free to suffering mankind it
recipe of the greatest Restorative on earth
(for yottmsc or old), suffering from premature
decline from any cause. A Positive, Perma
nent cure for Sexual Weakness, Lost Man
hood. Nervous Debility in any form.
IT CURED ME, IT WILL CURE YOU
This is no scheme to extort money from
anyone. Y hen we mall you tnis recipe we
also enclose catalogue of our latest Music
Publications, etc., etc. By handing same to
someone interested you fully repay us for
our trouble.
One Good Turn Deserves Another.
If you are a sufferer, write at once for full
particulars and recipe of this simple remedy
that cured me, (and hundreds of others. It
will cure Yon. Mailed free, in plain en
velope. Address
STANDARD MUSIC CO.,
Mention this paper. Wabasha, Minn.
Moses L Smith, all
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Moser 6 Smith, all
PARK ADDITION WA-KEENEY CITY
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CP Harrison 13 1 99
wa-Keeney Land & Inv Co. 33 1 99
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John w Graves 36 1 100
CS Shepherd 1 3 100
wOL Beard 34 3 1 00
Thomas J Powell -.34 2 89
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HL Glenn 26 7 1 02
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Edward LSchlager 21 19 103
Quin Morton 2 20 98
do a 30 99
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TOWN OF COLLYER.
James B Forbls 8 40 90S
THE DREADED CONSUMPTION CAN
BE CURED.
T. A. Sloonm, M. C, the Great Chemist and
Soientist, Will Send Free, to the Afflict
ed, Three Bottles of His Newly Dis
covered Remedies to Core Con
sumption and All Lung
Troubles.
Confident that he has discovered a
reliable cure for consumption and all
bronchial, throat and lung diseases,
general decline and weakness, loss or
flesh and all conditionsof wasting, and
to make its great merits known, he
will send, free, three bottles to any
reader of The World who may be
suffering.
Already this "new scientific course
of medicine" has permanently cured
thousands of apparently hopeless
cases.
The Doctor considers it his religious
duty a duty which he owes to hu
manity to denote his infallible cure.
He has proved the dreaaed con
sumption to be a curable disease be
yond any doubt, and has on file in his
American and European labratories
testimonials of experience from those
benefitted and cured, in all parts of
the world. "
Don't delay until it is too late. Con
sumption, uninterrupted, means
speedy and certain death. Address
T. A.'Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street,
Sew York, and when writing the
Doctor, please give express and post
office address, and also mention read
ing this article in The World.
Wanted-An Idea
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CO- Patent Attor-
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