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. WESTERN KANSAS WOREB, ' - . Yearly SuBsqBiraoK $1.00 'Financial problems are nuts and clover for demagogues." J. A. GARFIELD Givlkb & Dawsomv Props. TWENTIETH YEAR. W A-KENEY,:KAN., MARCH 19, 1898. NUMBER 3- I 1 l.fl LI hi III I I I 1 I E Cash X CARPETS. LINOLEUM. STRAW MATTING We will show you daring the week commencing about March 17, a very large assortment of caepets of all grades and prices. By the aid of a carpet ''Exhibitor" we can show you how a carpet will look on a very large room. Don't fail to come within the week following above date as some of our samples will be returned to the house. If you con template buying Carpet, Linoleum or Matting this season you can't af ford to miss this chance of a large assortment to select from. The followinsls but a few of the bar pains. Come and see the rest. Piece black silk at 45c Piece black velveteen worth 50c at.... 35c Black sateen, lavender figure 12c Fancy flowered drapery.... '. .12c Swiss curtain goods 12c Fine Marsailles quilts, each S3.60 Ladies' cashmere, lisle thread and silk gloves, assorted colors and various prices Several pieces pink cbombray and ging ham. New ribbons and hose. Piece fine cotton wasp matting 28e Straw Hats and Gauze Underwear. Very large and heavy basting spoons. lOc "Ideal" bread pans 12c Large bread raising pans... 60c Bathtubs ...38c Mew lot of Men's mocha, dogskin and goat unlined gloves oO to 90C These gloves are 33H per cent less thap yon have been buying them. Another lot of the "Chicago Waists" Second to none 85c Whitewash brushes .9c and 20c Copper bottom wash boilers. ..8S to 1. 15 Kusset shoe polish IOC Family ice tongs, a dandy for 13c Cold chisels 4 and 8c Corset and shoe laces 3C Bag of marbles 15 for a penny. McCormick's iron glue. Our new sheetings are cheaper than ever 9-4 bleached 15c Unbleached 17c Others in proportion. White goods, piques, dotted Swiss, China silks, etc., laces, embroideries, handker chiefs, belt buckies. Men's suspenders 7, 9, 13, 17, 25c Men's fine braces worth 50c 28c Boys' leather suspenders 25c Padlock pants buttons 6c Star protector skirt braid per yd 4c Mohair sautache braid 34 yds 80c lress stays, best, bunch of 9 . .... 5c Men's bib Overalls -4Hc Boys' " " 12 to 19 years 40c Boys' " " 4 to 13 years Stic Men's heavy double front Overalls ....60c Men's Kentuck Jean pants... ......75c Infants' kid moccasins lHc Men's 4-ply linen collars 10c Men's 4-ply linen euffs 15c Celluloid collars good quality. ..09c Rolling pins 09c Wood chopping ftcwis ,17 and 19c Ladies' linen collars Trojan 13c, 16c Men's fancy four-in-hands and scarfs Voung ladies "Martha Washing ton" waists 48 Children's waist "Martha Wash ington" 25 Ladies' "Warner's Cora line" cor- Bed quilts'. . . '. '.49c. 80c. gi& W.0R. $133,' $1.38 Ladies' side elastics. "velvet grip".... 18 T. R. MOORE Keep your eye on this space.. Collyer pepartmetit. MOSER 6t HICKMAN Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, etc We pay the highest market price for Butter and Eitgs. Collyer - - - Kansas. Collyer Items. (By Repeater.) "" Monday was a very windy day. ' Quite a number of people In town Tuesday. Elmer and Ira Tilton were in town Tuesday. Ed's blacksmith hammer and anvil rin these busy days. Miss Lu. Hums visited Miss Elsie Tilton at the hotel Monday evening. Town full of people last Saturday and our merchants did a rushing busi ness. - Supt. Peacock visited the schools in this vicinity Tuesday and reports things progressing finely. Ed. Guschewsky was smiling all over his face last Friday."" He said it was a tine son weight, 8 pounds. Church in the morning, Sunday school in the afternoon and Endeavor meeting in the evening last Sunday. Wm. Guschewsky drove out of town Sunday accompanied by two of Coll yer's belles. They returned in the - evening safe and sound and report a good time. Messrs. Iteid, Guschewsky and Hick man went hunting Tuesday, and, of course went north, and report no frame just as we expected. Try it again, boys. v . Wm. Guschewsky made a trip to Grainfield last Wednesday accompa nied by Mr. Parkburst of Topeka. He drove the gav steeds from the Hick man barn. Bunt Items. Most Anybody.) A. B. Redmond's little girls are im proving. M. J. Harvey made a trip to Scott City last week. Mr. Myerly of Collyer passed through here last Sunday. Quite a number of ducks have been seen on the Ilackberry. E. W. Hawkes caught his thumb Id a corn sheller and bruised it some. Harry Courtney was sick last week but is able to be out again this week. The county superintendent visited the schools in Districts 7 and 41 last week. Mr. Mitchell invested in Trego county land and has now returned to Barton county. Dan McKnight is fencing. When he gets it done he will hare about a section fenced. The wind that blew so hard the first of the week did by no means cheer the people in this neighborhood. . Many of the Bannerites went to Collyer last Sunday to hear Kev. Har per preach his farewell sermon. -- - . We understand we are soon to have another neighbor. Mr. Gilbert, who will move on the Shiuquin place. The Gho6t social of last Friday evening was a grand success. Al though the night was dark and stormy there was a good turn out. A good supper was served and a good time in general was reported. The Sunday school realized a profit of about $7. Feirview Item. (By Resident.) Items scarce. Windy weather this. W. F. King was in Ellis on Monday. Our farmers have commenced spring work in earnest. Supt. Peacock visited the school in District 25 last week. Ed. Furbeck and best-girl passed through this vicinity last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Tunnell were pleasant callers at Johnson's last Sun day. A. S. Bailey and A. Johnson were in Ellis last Saturday. Mr. Bailey pur chased a Spencer rifle, and is now ready to go to war. Orlando Carlson has moved -his photo car to Ellis and invites the picture-loving public to come and nave their pictures taken. A little bird says that Otto Colborg has changed his course, he now takes a southeast direction. - Wonder what attracks his attention or what he has in view. ! New Goods. New Prices. fH - LJ Fresh From the Wholesale Bouses. Such goods and such prices never seen before in Wa Keeney. WORDS AND FIGURES FftlLI in i v"" MUST SEE THEM TO APPRECIATE THEM Misses Ida and Mabel Lawrence will show you through our stock and quote you prices. " SURPRISINGLY CHEAP. Millinery Goods Latest styles and a first-class milliner from the city to Ms dress your hats up-to-date. - Prints r I.jHirV Muslin llnrforwpar C.nWcn WrannArs feSl A 1 ii-fro. erlr tt Cfllr fnr I 4fl!ar' V-ictf - mmm r!npg and Matting. Look at our BARGAIN SHOE COUNTER, your choice $1. k?5 We have just received a new line of Hamilton-Brown's II shoes. Don't send off for CLOTHING until you see our large new stock. We know we can do you good. Lou's smiling countenance still appears behind the N counter of the Grocery Department, and will give you jg honest weights at decent prices. s; Tickets given in all departments good for crockery and jpj chinaware. - . I am determined to make our house headquarters for J BEST goods at LOWEST prices. j$ We defy competition anywhere in western Kansas. Us " -'Yotrrg'forbiBBoea' " " z-;&&r-.' H GEO. I. VERBECK. id r. - 3 - msemamam DUUUULB 1 11 I I nmDODDDQ Sehool Notes. Miss Nellie Sweet is having a good school in No. 28. Unfortunately, vis itor's day was stormy and the attend ance reduced. Miss Maggie Stokes berry is conduct" ing a successful school in District 39. She prefers to attend Normal in Tre go rather than to return to Missouri. The pupils of No. 24 are doing good work in language and in vertical pen manship. Some of them ought to graduate this year or next. Millie Stradal is the teacher. John H. Sunley is -the hustling teacher of joint district No. 20 and has the courage to run the gauntlet of two superintendents' visits. He -has a large school. His pupils are using the new text books. E. K. Westover of No. 40 is one of our most conscientious, hard-working teachers. His advanced class are making a good beginning in history. His pupils Inveighled the superintend ent into an exciting game of "six sticks" and won it. Carrie Stradal in No. 41, will have one candidate for graduation who can write a "vertical" hand that is hard to beat. The pupils of her scheol are making commenaable progress in the new style of penmanship and are very regular and punctual in attendance. . A. S. Bailey hasja good class of young men studying book-keeping and civil government. He will close school in District 25 with an exhibition on Fri jday evening" of this week. Fortunately, he has plenty of musical talent right at hand to assist in making bis enter j tainment a success. Miss Blanche McKnight is the for : tunate teacher of the Banner school where she taught last year. The school board provides apparatus and supplies with a liberal hand. This is one of the best school buildings in the county and was built after a design selected by ex-Supt. Baker. Recent repairs and improvements have -made it a pleasant piace.to teach. Officers and patrons of other districts would do well to follow the example of No. 7 and make their school rooms more inviting. Curt Redmond and sister, Rose, of Banner were in the city last Saturday. James Tague was in the city last Saturday after lumber for P. Wynn's new house.- . Chas. Rogers, of Willcox, transact ed school land business with our coun ty officials on Thursday. . A. E. Sigler and Hal Jones are doing carpenter work this week for Mr.- Mc Vey in Graham county. Rev. Waldrop of Banner moved the old Brook's bouse to his claim south of Banner last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tetter, of Ogal lah were in town Saturday. Mr. Tet ter attended post meeting, he being commander. J. M. Harvey and son, Elmer, of the Ilackberry were in the city last Sat urday after a load of lumber for Rev. Waldrop. Some good news items from the east side are held over - for lack of space. Next week our correspondents can spread themselves. The Ghost social at Banner last Fri day night was a success socially and financially, clearing 87.35 which will be given to the Sabbath school. From all accounts the Din wood ies are certainly fine musicians. No one should miss hearing them. Tickets for sale at Verbeck's dry goods -stored and the postoffice. Reserved seats can be bad. " - Dr. Jones made a professional visit to Waldo, Kansas, on Thursday. Ira Tilton of Collyer bought two loads of furnjture Thursday. Scott Jones shipped a car load of bulls to Kansas City Wednesday. ' A fine New Home sewing- machine to trade for a young cow. Call at this office. F. Schwanbeck hauled out a load of lumber for a wind mill tower on Wed nesday. ; George I. Verbeck struck water at ninety-eight feet. He reports a good supply. . Good fresh bread on hand all the time at Mrs. Shinquin's, next door to the World office. Tom Bundy has opened a shop on Main street and will do a general wind mill business. ' Judge Cowick is reported to be com ing oack to Trego county - and going into the cattle business. The President would play hob buy ing foreign war ships with 50-cents dollars, would'nt he? . John Moorman, formerly of this county and now of Inlet, Neb., is here looking after his interests. An interesting report of the Teach ers association crowded out this week. The meeting was a success. " Verbeck's clerks are cutting a wide swath with their new delivery wagon. Gee up. get out of their wayl ' ' A new-comer landed from Colorado on Monday with a car-load of house bold goods and fanning material. F. II. Burnham has just received a car load of farm implements, and treated himself to a new top buggy. FobSalk 6 head of black young cows (natives). . 3 bead of 4-year old horses. Otto Young, Uttica. Kan. . " Judge Tunnell promises to fire up on the first of April. What about? The Musgrave-Barclay contest to be sure - - -: ' . . I have left some good New O. leans molasses to close out at 35c per g;illon. Come while it lasts. C. C. Bestor. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Wolfe have re turned from Chicago where they have been attending the funeral of their father. ' - The Collyer people are making ar rangements for Decoration day' exer cises. Rev. Brown has been invited to preach the Memorial sermon. II. Schneider has a magnificent En glish Shire stallion which he will have on exhibition at Mead's barn on Sat urday, March 26. Farmers, call and see the horse.- KEEP UP with the times, teachers, by attending the ten -weeks' Spring Review Term at Stockton, Kansas, this year. Classes in common and higher branches. F. S. Vail who left here about a year ago and has travelled through Missouri, Arkansas, and' the Indian Territory, has come back to God's country and will stay. George Cross came in on the even ing train from Lawrence, and re ports his family well, and the boys making good nron-ess at collesre. Mr. Cross may open a real estate office on Main street in May. Charles Benson of Ogallah and ' his brother recentlv from cw Vnrlf t.at were in the city Tuesday and bought a wagon load of furniture of C J. Fer ris. Mr. Benson exnects to locate permanently in Trego. Mrs. N. Burns of Collyer came to town Wednesday to make initial pro ceedings in proving up on her land. Mrs. Burns has resided in Trego coun tr for twenty years and has been a constant and prompt subscriber - to the would. . The Dinwoodie family Will arlve their entertainment at the court house on the 30th of March.. These" people come highly recommended and their concert should be first-class. They have been asked to repeat their entertainment at several places.