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Fresh pork at Baker's.
Pickled pork at Baker's. Smoked hams at Baker's. Good fresh beef at Baker's. Court convenes next Tuesday. Judge Monroe was in the city Tues day. "' Our grain men were quite busy this week. Kow turn to the "Cash Store's" new ad. and read it. For Sale Cook stove. Apply at Mrs. Gregory's. Read the supreme court decisions in another column. Baker has some first-rate lard cans he will sell cheap. We have a surprise in store for our readers next week. As we go to press we learn that M. W. Beem is not expected to live. J. M. Rinker shipped a car load of fat hogs to Kansas City Tuesday. Rev. Goodwin will preach at the Ogallah school house next Sunday. Undertaker Mulvey, of Ellis, trans acted business in town on Tuesday. A. S. Barnes, of Adair, paid out on a quarter of school land on Monday. Jud Yetter, of Ogallali, was a pleas ant caller at this office last Saturday. Lou Morell visited with his brother, George, in Collver township last Sun day. Chas. Sigler, cashier of the Lucas 1 State bank, visited his parents. this week. At present Gove City is as dry as our town well which is undergoing repairs. The Populist Congressional conven tion will be held at Smith Center, June 7th. For Sale Good grade. 4 and 5 year old Shorthorn bulls. Enquire of J. J. Karaus, Bosna. F. B. Johnson, of Topeka, was a visitor to the south side hole in the ground Tuesday. County Clerk Fleck, of Russell, was in the city on Tuesday attending the judicial meeting. Liveryman Robinson, of Hays, was in the city Tuesday attending the judicial meeting. Mr. Canary and family left the first of the week lor eastern Kansas to make a new home. Butcher Johnson bought a fine 3-year-old heifer of Wm. Lemke the first of the week. Dr. Jones sold six head of horses to a Russian of lloganville last Satur day. Price $40 a head. - George Young, of Utica. was initiat ed into the mysteries of the Wood man last Thursday evening. Fine quarter of land for sale cheap, nine miles east of Ogallah. Address R. II. Burns, Ogallah, Kansas. 1 have left some good New Orleans molasses to close out at 35c per gallon. Come while it lasts. C. C. Bestor. Wilber Benson and brother return ed home Thursday from Jewell coun ty where they had been husking corn. The superiority of Chase & San born's Teas and Coffees secured the World's Fair contracts. C. (J. BESTOR, Agent. Rev. AV. B. Brown will preach next Sabbath. February 27th, morning and evening at the Presbyterian church. Communion services will be observed at the close of the morning services. Ballard's Snow Liniment is the most penetrating Liniment in the world. It cures pain and inflammation of all kinds quicker than any other known remedy. Price, 50c. Every bottle guaranteed. Jones & Gibson. 4 There is considerable stir in school land circles just now. The status of the lands withdrawn by the irrigation act is not well understood and the au thorities do not agree upon the mat ter. Shonld there be any further de velopments World will keep its read ers informed. We are informed that I. G. Balcom has sold his claim and his cattle at good cash prices, realizing about $1,000. We are sorry to hear that he contem plates leaving Trego. We trust he may not do so. The county needs every good citizen and hfs money for further development of her moral and material resources. We hope Mr. Balcom will conclude to remain with us. Later: Mr. Balcom and family departed Thursday noon (overland) for near Springfield, Mo. Subscribe for World. Fresh lard at Johnson's- Corn fed beef at Johnson's. Buy your beef of Len Johnson. Buy your pork of Len Johnson. Wait for Len Johnson's meat wagon. H. J. Grubb, from easternKansas, was in the city the first of the week looking, up a location for a cattle ranch. . G. W. Jeffers was buried in Ogallah cemetry last Saturday afternoon. Rev. Harper, of Ellis, officiating at the grave. Judge Benson, of Gove City, at tended the judicial meeting last Tues day. Mr. Benson is one of the Re publican war horses of Gove county The old fake story that there will be a smelter erected near the hole in the ground in the south part of the county is going the rounds again, but we hope it will prove true. A gentleman with a bucket on his arm dropped into our office last Tues day with the remark that beer was easier to find than water having vis ited four tanks and all were as dry as Artz' hole in the ground Howe Bros., of Adair, have ordered two complete programs for their new Graphophone together with twelve blank records on which they are pre pared to reproduce any song or solo tnat you will deliver to the horn on their instrument. Hon. Harry Pestana and ex-State Treasurer Atherton, of Russell, at 'tended the judicial meeting in the city on Tuesday. Mr. Pestana is a candidate for congressman of this dis trict, and should receive the support of every county along the U. P. From everywhere comes words of praise for Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. "Allow me to congratulate you on the merits of your Remedy. It cured me of chronic bronchitis when the doctor could do nothing for me Chas. F. Hemel, Toledo, O. For sale by Jones & Gibson. The republican judicial committee- men of this district met at the court house in this city last Tuesday at 10 a. m. R. P. McKnight, chairman, of Winona, called the meeting to or der. ' Geo. V. York, of Collyer, acted as secretary. The committee decided to call the convention on Tuesday, April 19, at Ellis. A few months ago, Mr. Byron Every of Woodstock, Mich., was badly afflicted with rheumatism. II is right leg was swollen the full length, caus ing him great suffering. He was ad vised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle of it helped him on siderably and the second bottle effect ed a cure. The 25 and 50 cent sizes are for sale by Jones & Gibson. A good farm paper is just as essen tial on the farm as a good plow, and as there are plows and plows, so there are farm papers and farm papers. The best and most practical farm pa per we know of for the western farm er is The Kansas City Live Stock In dicator, and we would rejoice tosee it in the home of every farmer in this cownty. It is a paper that is made for everyday use, being but little given to mere theory, and its Special Farmers' Institute editions, issued monthly, are the most practical pub lications we have ever seen. The next Special will accompany next week's regular issue, and in it the farmers themselves will discuss the landlord and tenant question, the state institutions for tion, and other topics terest and importance. higher educa of general in The Indica- tor is only $1 a year, including the Special Farmers' Institute editions. Send subscription or for free sample copies to the Indicator Publishing Co., Kansas City, Mo. SPRAYINQ FRUIT TREES. The question of spraying fruit trees to pre vent the depredations of insect pests and fundus diseases is no longer an experiment but a necessity . Our readers will do well to write Wm. Stall. Quincy. 111., and pet bis catalogue de scribing twenty-one styles of Spraying Out fits and full treatise on spraytnft the differ ent fruit and vegetable crops, which may be had for the asking and contains much valua ble information. Mrs. A. J. Johnson was indisposed this week. Mrs. Wm. Sommerville was quite sick this week. B. E. Grim siipped a car of cattle to Kansas City on Tuesday. Sheriff Lynn and Columbus McCune advertise to prove up this week. A gentleman from Boston was in the city this week looking over our country. Two gentlemen from Abilene were n the city Thursday looking for a cat tle ranch to rent. '. ' ' Hon. A. Lawson and Allen Cox at tended the Democratic banquet at Topeka this week. Swen Pearson, of the east side, transacted land business in Wa-K.ee- ney on Tuesday. Register Purcell and Receiver Saum celebrated Washington's birthday in Kansas City, Tuesday. W. A. Eppler, the genial auctioneer, represented Ellis lodge A. O. U..W. at the Grahd Lodge meeting at Wichita All members of Wa-Keeney camp of Modern Woodman are earnestly re- quested to be present at the next reg ular meeting on March 10, as there are several candidates to be initiated. Hymeneal Chimes. About noon, on Thursday, February 24. a smart-looking rig drove into town, from the north, and a handsome young couple alighted and speeaily made their way to the office of the Probate Judge. It proved to be Mr. Frank AV. Sper ry of Edmond and Miss Laura Price of Hill City, and their mission the old, old story. The groom is a very fine young man, a farmer, widely know and much re spected in Graham and Norton coun ties. The bride is the charming daughter of a well-to-do farmer and stock-raiser. The AVestern Kansas World joins the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Price in wishing that their wedded life shall be long, happy and pros perous. Teachers Meeting'. The next meeting of the Treiro County Teachers' association will .be held at the office of the county super intendent at 1 p. m. Saturday, March 12, 1898. v PROGRAM. Music, in charge of Miss Best and Miss Kirby.. Roll calf. Responses by quotations from standard American authors. Music. Current events of 1803 to date Mrs. Mary Hunt. Advantage of attending District Association meetings 1. S. Dawson. Benefit of attending state meetings. etc. Miss Belle Hopkins School Management Pages 114 to 129 County Superintendent. School Master in Literature: Review of Pestalozzi G. C. Piersee. Review of Goethe Ciirrie Stradal. Review of Mitford Ida Courtney. Music. Vertical writing: c- General inquiry and report-of suc cess. Nature and culture studies: Materials and methods of teaching II. Harlan and Miss Artie Hobbs. Common school examinations: General discussion and information. Miscellaneous business. Music. AH friends of educationire invited to attend. Committee. SCHOOL REPORTS. Report of Cyrus school for month ending February 12th: Total enrollment, 35; average d the ally Puny. hildren 'Wlio would prescribe only t anics and bitters for a weak, puny child ? Its muscles and nsrves are so thoroughly ex hausted that , they cannot be whipped into activity. The child needs food ; a blood-making-, nerve-strengthening and muscle-building food. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-Liver Oil Is all of this, and you still have a tonic in the hypophosphites ' of lime and soda to act with the food. For thin and delicate children there is no remedy superior to it in the world. It means growth, strength, plumpness and comfort to them. Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. joe and fixn, all druggists. SCOTT BOWNE. Chemists, New York. The price of a thing is gen- . erally what it is worth. Com - petition regulates that. But price doesn't always guaran tee quality. The reputation - . of the seller counts. Chase & Sanborn's Secured the World's Fair con tracts by virtue of their fine : Quality, and the price is no V higher than the many inferior . . goosd on the market. C. C. BESTOR, Agent. DEALER IK Lumber, Coal, Flour and Feed. - fBuys and sells all kinds of grain. - Agent for I. M. Yost's celebrated brands of flour. Parties contemplating building should "call and get my prices on LUMBER. THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT ALWAYS NEWSY AND RELIABLE. ALWAYS BRIGHT AND ABLE. ALWAYS BRIGHT AND GOOD. Always the Best and the Cheapest- DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY: One Year $6.00 6 Months $3.00 3 Months . $1.50 DAILY, WITHOUT SUNDAY: One Year $4.00 6 Months $2.00. 3 Months $I 0O SUNDAY EDITION, 36 TO 60 PAGES: ONE YEAR $2.00 -- 6 MONTHS $1.00 WEEKLY EDITION, Issued in Semi-Weekly Sections. 8 Pages Each Tuesday and Friday. THE BEST "TWICE-A-WEEk" PAVER IN AMERICA: One Year $1.00 The World has made arrangements with the publishers whereby it can offer the Semi-weekly GLOBE-DEMOCRAT and world for $1.75. Address WORLD, Wa-Keeney, Kan. Voth gAMA OITV st x.etMjfeo- VESTIBULED "ELI FREE CHAIR CARS, LATEST '-W. WAKELEY.r P. A.-St. Louis. Mo. J. attendance, 26 3-10; number of cases of tardiness. 39; number neither ab sent nor tardy," 7; number not tardy, IB; number not absent, 10. Names of pupils neither absent nor tardy: Woila JJeamer, Dora Barber, Frank Com best, Vivian Hopper; Johnnie Mussel man. Arlando -and Bertha Goodwin. NHnie-i of pupils making an average of 80 per cent and above in the last examination: Virgil and Rolla Ream er, Dora and Clyde Barber, ld;i and Milo Brown. Frank, Lulu and Clifford Combest, Eila and Golda Craijr, Julia Farr, Arlando, Bertha. Laura and Ida Goodwin, Vivian Hopper, Mary, IXlly and Gladys Lynn, Jesse, Etta and Johnnie Musselman, and Joseph Cur tis. John H. Suxlky, Teacher. Report of school in District 30 for month ending February 18th: We had a little cyclone in which one of the school boys was shook up and another one dismissed from school a few days later for disobedience. The school board was called in and, after hearing the case, sustained the teacher. The school is now running all o. k. with literary on Wednesday evenings. Number of scholars enrolled, 2d; aver age daily attendance this month, 15. School closes March 4th with a picnic dinner. Come everybody with a full busket, and we will have a view of the school taken by J. J. Karaus. I. B. Gray, Teacher. Report of Big Creek school for month ending February 18, 1398: Num ber of pupils enrolled, 10: number of days taught, 20; number of tardy Teas and Coffees 6 Months 50 Cents. BEST TRAIN! a to GIIICABI toST.LOU PATTERNS OF SLEEPERS. C. BRAMHALU Tj P. A.. St. Joseph. Mo marks, 1-. Pupils neither absent ncr t iray: joiin Ldrmier. Absent one dy but not tardy: Robert Lorimer, Gilbert Morell, Joseph Glenn. Absent but not tardv: Edgar Morell, Stella Morell, Martha Tetzloff, John Stradal. Millik J. Stradal, Teacher. Report of Trego Center sehool for the month ending February 18, 18!8: Number of pupils enrolled, 16; num ber of days taught, 20; attendance for t he month, 318; average daily attend ance, 15.9; number of visitors, 5. Pu pils neither absent nor tardy: Ethel and Glen Hinshaw. Pupils "not al- KfMlt. tint. fiirHl- lnfcia hunt.!!. .. ,1 Lucy Courtright; Willie and Frank Taylor, Moses, Claud. John. Tacy, Alice, Willie, Sam and Irene Peacock. Stella S. Cox, Teacher. Report or school in District 14 for month ending February 18 jotal en rollment, -li; average, 14; daily at tendance, 124; cases of tardiness, 3. Neither absent nor .. tardy: Jessie, Willie and Nettie Harvey. Absept but not tardv: Emm:i. lwiiriit l-'i. .,- Willis Reynolds, Myrtle Jiarvev, Frank Rums, Morris, Raymond and Dena RalcoHi. - ' F. S. WooffAED, Teacher. Ballard's . Horehound Syrup is the best known remedy for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, and all "Throat and Chest Troubles. Every bottle is jruaranteed. It is the best remedy for children., 2- & T0 Jonc & Gib son. 4 19