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WESTERN. KANSAS -WORLD.
Ykablt Subscription $1.00 - . y Givlkr & Crooks, Props. NINETEENTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KAN., FEBRUARY 26, 1898. - NUMBER 52- r 1-r Uaion Pacific Time Table. EAST. 4 Eastern limited Due 6:25 a. m Kansas City Fast Line Due 10:06 p. m WEST. '. I Fast Express - - Due 4:47 a. m I Denver & Pacific Coast Imfd Dne7:05 p. m Tiokets sold and baggage checked to all points in United States and Canada. K. P. Bkaohh a w. A Rent. : MO. Pacific Tine Table. At Ransom. EAST BOUND. No. 8 ' 8:12 a. m Freight, No. 218 6:17 a. m Freight, No. 220 7:26 p. m WEST BOUND. No. 3 11:17 p. m Freight, No. 217 11 :40 a. m r'leight No. 210 ' 4:45 p. m 1& All trains run on mountain time and ail trains carry passengers. W. H. Barr. Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. B. JONES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. WA-KEENEY. - - KANSAS. vV. E. SAUM. ATTOUNEY AT LAW. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. JOHN A. NELSON. ATTORNEY AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. AGENT FOR CLOSE BROS' LAND CO. For choice bargains in lands Rive me a call. All kinds of business promptly attended to for non-resioents , FRANK WOLLNER, DEALER N. Dry Gaoas, SIodIs ona Fancy Groceries. oranges, Leir.or.s ana omer Finns. crackers, candies ana Giaars. gThese ' goods are all fresh and clean. C. J. FERRS 6c CO. DEALERS IN FURNITURE GM FUNERAL - SUPPLIES. I will furnish every thins; in the line of undertaking that can be found anywhere. gTAll calls answered day or night. Walter A, Eppler, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in any part of Trego and adjoining counties at reasonable rates. Orders left at the World office will receive prompt attention. THAT CUBAN BUSINESS. CASH STORE. "Wa-Keeney Is a good long .distance from the scene of the Cuban rebellion and the Maine disaster, but the affairs in and around Havana have been the only topic of conversation on our' streets for the past few days. Every metropolitan daily that comes to town is eagerly scanned for. the latest details, and it has. been almost impossible to keep a paper in the accident theory is decidedly ou the wane. Captain Sigsbee is showing Jus good sense by keeping still while the in vestigation is going on," but no one knows better than he that the mis chief that sent his noble battleship to the bottom of that filthy Havana harbor was not an accident. Consul General Lee is also keenly alive to the situation and has infor mally warned all 'Americans citizens to leave the island at once. The Senate has appointed a second investigation committee and adopted without debate a resolution to inquire if a battleship equal to the best in the world can oe built in twelve months. A bill to enlarge the artillery and coast guard service was passed with only four dissenting votes. The latest advices from Havana al lege that the Maine was destroyed by a torpedo towed against the bow of the vessel with a long line. The villainy was not directly the work of the Spanish government, but was the work of the brood of assassins lately led by the Bloody Weyler. Should this prove correct the ras cally Dons will have to pay indem nity to the tune of about $15,000,000 or have about a dozen of Uncle Sam's New goods this week and lots of them. And the prices on them is a list of genuine sur prices. Call and examine our LINOLLUM Just what you want for the din ing room. New lot of jewelry. Infant hose supporters the velvet grip 15c. Pocket books, purses and hand bags. Corset laces and shoe laces 2c pair. Bag marbles, 15 for a penny. McCormick's iron glue. All wool Chiviot suits. Some more -of those-excellent hatchets. Dress linings. Black laces. A few all wool white flannel. Ladies' and Misses' SHOES. Men's, boys and misses' II ATS. N. B. The prices on hats has fallen. Men's and boys plow shoe?. Men's and boy's clothing. SHEETING. Our new sheetings are cheap er than ever. " 9-4 bleached 15c, unbleached 17c, others in pro portion. White goods, Piques, dotted Swiss. China Silks, etc., Laces, Embroideries. Handkerchiefs, Belt. Buckles. Come and see these goods. Men's suspenders -.7. 9. 12, 17, 25c Men's line braces worth 50c 28c Boy's leather suspenders 25e Padlock pants buttons 6c Star protector skirt braid per yd. 4c Mohair sautachu braid 24 yds 2Uc Dress stays, best, bunch of 9.... 5c Kid hair curlers 4, 5.7c Curling irons . . ,...3,4. 5c Dress shields- 5, 9c Needle and pincase. regular... 2oc. 15c "Record" fountain pen 14k ?1 00 Tin cups pts 2c, qts 3c, 2qts 4c. and all .of our tinware and hardware at cor responding prices. Whisk brooms worth 15c 9c Men's fancy negligee shirts. 27c. 35c, SUc. 82c. 90c v . We-will continue as heretofore to place hosiery, handkerchiefs, laces and ribbons below possible competi tion. Men's bib Overalls 48c Bov's " "- 12 to 10 years 40o Hoy's ' " 4 to 12 years &lc Men's heavy double front Overalls 60c Men's Ketituck Jean pants.. 75c Infant's kid moccosins lHe Horse blankets each SI OJ Men's 4-ply linen collars lfta Men's 4-ply linen cuffs 15c Celluloid collars good quarity 00c Lanterns 48c Rolling pins 09c Wood spoons .05c Wood chopping bow is 17 and 19c Cashmere mufflers dark colors 20c Men's winter caps 28 and 32c Ladies' shopping bags 87c India linen fine piece 11c Duck coats liest made 1 25 Leather spectacle cases 8 lomhination razor strap 12 Clothes wringer "Dandy" $1 60 Curry combs 4c to 5 Horse brushes 9c. 10c, 20 Ladies' linen collars Trojan .. .12c, 16 Men's fancv four-in-hands and scarfs Young ladies' "Martha Washing ton" waists 48 Children's waist "Martha Wash ington" 25 Ladies' "Warner's Coraline" cor sets 85 Union plaid shirtings 5 Ocklawaha shirting very heavy 9 Ch viot shirtings tine piece 12 Flannelettes, fancy colors, heavy 9-10 Bed quilts. 4e. 80c. 85c. 51.08, $1.33. gl.HS Ladies' side elastics, "velvet grip" 18 t. R. Moore. Keep Your Eye on ms space. ur 3eigf&ors. Collyer Department. MOSER S HICKMAN Dealer la Dry Goods, Groceries. . etc. We pay the highest market price for Butter and Eggs. " Collyer - - Kansas. warships down upon them in forty eight hours. The jingos of Congress have for the most part closed up their wind gates as every one feels that the times are decidedly critical. The pop senator from Nebraska came forward with one of those billigerency chestnuts and was promptly squelched by a vote of 56 to 4. The wise heads of all political faiths are counseling patience, but the near future is great with proba bilities. There is no remedy equal to Iler bine for the cure of constipation, sick headache, indigestion, vertigo, loss of memory, uncertain appetite, unrest ful sleep or skin eruptions. If you want a perfect tonic for the liver, Herbine will not disappoint you. Jones & Gibson. 4 For Sale Clear ot all encumbrance The southeast quarter of section 26-15-25 in Trego countv for $250; the southwest quarter of section 10-17-22 for S225 and the southeast quarter of section 34-20-23 for $225 in Ness coun ty Half of the purchase money can remain if desired till fall at 6 percent interest a year. Apply, Austin, Eason & Co.. New England Building, Kan sas City, Mo. Collyer Items. . Mrs. Fouts is having her lots fenced. Little Clyde Mosier is on the sick list. The order of the day fence your land. Father Hobbs passed through town on Wednesday. Jake Deatrich returned from Klon dike this morning. .Elmer Long, of Quinter, was in town on .W'ednesday. J. W. Hickman made a business trip to Wa-Keeney the first of the week. "Walter - Swiggett attended the Christian Endeavor at Quinter last Sunday. - P. J. Gubbins is making a grand im provement to his building by adding a new awning. Jesse Moser and Freddie Hickman have erected some attractive wind mills in our city. Prof. Harlan attended the Grand lodge meeting of the Workman at Wichita this week. Ed. Gueschewsky made a flying trip to Hoganville. Wednesday. He drove the swift team from the lied barn. Charlie Hickman went north Tues day. We understand that he assumed the authority of school superintend ent while on his journey. News was circulated last evening that the Spanish war was over being so stated 11. D. lleid and others called in their topedos xff their lamps and quietly settled down to business. Collyer and Vicinity. Br Jack Frost and Oahu.) Cool and windy. Wheat ingrowing nicely.' John Glenn hauled rye to town this week. Farmers are preparing for spring work. Jim Yanda has his new pasture fin ished. F. Stradal hauled wheat to town last week. Chas. Thiel butchered his three fine hogs last Friday. Will Larimer made a trip to the metropolis last week. A. R. Mlinek hauled sorghum seed to the hub last week. Frank Yanda made a fly trip to the southeast on Monday. - , Prof. W. Swiggett made a flying trip to Quinter last Sunday. J. Tetzloff shelled corn for F. Strad al the first of the week. -J. A. Mlinek made a business trip to Quinter on Wednesday last. Mr. McCarty, of Wa-Keeney, and J. Mlinek traded cattle last week. Chris and Otto Wolf were hauling wheat to Wa-Keeney this week. Archie "Larimer, of the Walsh ranch,"visited home on Sunday. James and Joe Zeman hauled several loads of corn from near Moreland this week. L Jim Yanda and wife and Mr. Tetz- loii attended the masquerade ball last Friday. The social at Mrs. J. N. Kulps last Thursday was a success and a good time is reported by all. Our miller, Zeman, is quite busy these days grinding corn, barley, etc., for the farmers. AIL Jim lacks is a new cook. Isaac Papes and son, Joe, of Ellis, visited friends and relatives in this vicinity last week and took part in the masquerade Friday night. Banner Items. (Most Anybody.) Harry Courtney has been on the sick list. Some of our farmers have begun to plow. Theo. Courtney has put out quite a plum patch. Ernest Courtney has turned to be a broncho breaker. , The Banner Sunday school is pro gressing nicely. . N. F. Redmond is working for Dr. Jones this week. A. B. Redmond has been somewhat under the weather. " , E. W. Hawkes will have a fine bouse when completed. Theo. Courtney is ore pa ring to put out quite a peach orchard. M. P. Redmond is preparing to fence some more this spring. Mr. Manzer has commenced work on bis place on the Hackberry. M. J. Harvey is contemplating a CLOSING fllTT SALE GOING OF TRADE Tremendous Reduction -In All Linesi m' Y -' ' i -i - -. i : - - To be continued until . Closed Out. Many lines will be sold at Less Than Wholesale Prices. We intend to close out our large stock of goods regard less of cost. This sale will continue until we find a buyer and rent our rooms. We are Going Out of Business. G. I. VERBECK- trip to Barton county, Kansas. M. P. and A. B. Redmond are work ing for E. W. Hawkes this week. Theo. Courtney and Harry have been hauling stone for a basement. E. W. Hawkes made another trip to Wa-Keeney the first of the week after more lumber. Misses Anna Harvey and Matilda Neutfnch wander were guests of Miss Rose Redmond last Sunday. It is evident that spring is nigh at hand as L. O. Spencer was seen last Sunday.. He seldom leaves his canyon during cold weather. - Fairview Items- , . i ' (By Resident.) Spring-like weather this. J. L. Allman is on the sick list, but not serious at this writing. Lewis Christianson is working" for E. M. Wagoner at present. G. Walhborg is fencing half of sec tion 3, north of his residence. The farmers in this vicinity have not commenced ploughing yet. J. L. Allman and brother, John-, were marketing wheat in Ellis last Sunday. Henry Pohlman and John Smith visited with A. Johnson and family last Sunday. Henry Pearson has purchased a new gun, and is now prepared to defend his country from any foreign power who will impose upon hiui. Lookout! O. Carlson has brought his home in to our vicinity. Its the finest bach elor's cot we ever saw, and lie cordial ly invites all bachelors to pay-him a visit. Fairview is going to loose one of its most prosperous farmers. S. Pearson has purchased I. G. Balcom's farm and will make it his future home. We are sorry to see him leave. County lime Notes. (Bv Uosident.) Warming up. Mud is drying up nicely. ' Roads are pretty rough. Looks almost like spring. Vegetation is starting nicely. Tuesday was a very busy day in El lis. Grain men, of Ellis, are quite busy just now. Mrs. Callahan and sons were in Glen coe, Tuesday. Bruce Furbeck is still busy picking corn on the east farm. . Mrs. Fidler visited with Mrs. John Loflin last Thursday. Joseph Herbert is breaking out 100 acres on 18-13-20 this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Smith visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert last Sunday. Miss Grace Fulton visited with Misses Dora and Lillie Cross, Friday. A little bird says Fred is going to bring a new cook home in the near future. D. B. Fulton came down, spent the day, Thursday, with Frank Cross and family. Frank Cross and family and J. F. Barclay attended meeting at' Ridg- way Monday nigut. The wisest of all birds the owl says a certain school marm must be taken care of in the near future. Revival meetings continue at Ridg way and a deep interest is being man ifested, and oh! -such powerful - ser mons. - , Report says there will be a wedding in the near future, the contracting parties are residents of Ellis and Tre go counties. Look out! Mrs. John Allman stopped with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cross last Thurs day night on her way home from the iiidgway revival meeting. Swen Pearson has bought I. G. Bal com's farm and expects to move onto 1 - S i 1 . . ; n r ,1.1 il. in nie spring, air. jiaicuui aim family left (overland) Thursday noon for Missouri, their future home. Indeed if the day was blustery, Sun day was a red letter day with the bovs that sport new buggies. One went soutli just like he has hunting J. P., the others, bless your shoe soles, they just went any way that they could, just so that my dear was included. -..-.. - - Extract from Letter. ' -. ". " Messrs. Chase & Sanborn, Chicago. "My coffee trade has advanced 25 per cent since handling, the C. & S. coffee. Customers of others stores come in who buy nothing but their coffee here." Wm. Mielke, Norwood, Minn. The treatment for worms must be prompt and safe. White's Cream Vermifuge can be trusted to restore your child to health. It is a tonic as well as a worm destroyer. Every bot tle guaranteed to bring worms. 25c. Jones & Fibson. 4 Dreadfully Nervous. Gents: I was dreadfully nervous, and for relief took your Karl's Clover Root Tea. It quieted my nerves and strengthened my whole Nervous Sys tem. I was troubled with Constipa tion, Kidney and Bowel trouble. Your Tea soon cleansed my system so tho r oughly that I rapidly regained health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet, Hartford, Conn. Sold by Jones & Gib; son. Cutlery ... The smoothest line of Pocket and Table Cutlery we have seen in a long time is that lately opened by CO. Bestor. Call and examine. Every article guaranteed. Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredricks town, Mo1., was troubled with chronic diarrhoea for over thirty years. He had become fully satisfied that it was only -a question of a short time until he.would have to give up. lie had been treated by some of the best phy sycians in Europe and America but got no permanent relief. Oue day he picked up a newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Chamber berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle of it, the first dose helped him and its contin ued use cured him. For sale by Jones & Gibson. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Talv Iets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. The requirements of a medicine is to lighten the burden of pain and cure. This'brings us to the question of remedy, and Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is the only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding Piles that is endorsed by physicians. Cures the most obstinate cases. 50c. Jones & Gibson. 4 '