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To Our Home Business Men.
The World will be out in all its pristine, glory next week, and of course we want your patranage. If you want to sell your goods, you should let us write you up a nice ad vertisement. It will bring you trade, and our rates are reasonable. Subscribe for World Fresh pork at Baker's. .tCKiea porK at tsaKers. Smoked hams at Baker's. Good fresh beef at Baker's. See Ferris for wall paper, carpets and furniture. Baker has some first-rate lard cans he will sell cheap. ... Register Purcell and Attorney Tea attended court at Gove City on Tues day. Miss Mary Haffmier of Hays City was the guest of Mrs. II. S. Givler last Sunday. Dr. Bellows, the eye and ear special ist, will be in Wa-Keeney on Fri day, March 25. Ingalls is opposed to war. lie al ways was. "His strong point was with the dead animal. Ferris can sell you carpets cheaper than the cheapest. His samples are of the latest designs. John ITixson returned from his trip to Illinois Thursday a week ago. John nie reports a good time. . Go to C. J. Ferris and order your wall paper. The finest. Jot of samples to select from ever brought to Wa Keeney. Mrs. Maud Monroe of Graham coun ty is taking excellent care of her grandmother, Mrs. Sommerville, dur ing her illness. - Otto Colborg of Riverside township was in the city last Saturday and sub scribed for the old reliable newspaper the World. The superiority of Chase & San born's Teas and Coffees secured the World's Fair contracts. C. 0. BESTOR, Agent. For Sale One of the best' 320 acre farms in Trego county. For terms ap ply to George Baker, Wa-Keeney, Kan. Can give possession at any time. In view of the decline in lower grade coffees we ore, for a limited time, offering Chase & Sanborn's Rio coffee at 15c per pound. C. C. Bestor, agent. Dyspepsia Cured. Shiloh's Vitali zer immediately relieves Sour Stom ach, Coming up of Food Distress, and is the great kidney and liver remedy. Sold by JoYies & Gibson. "When anything happens, if some body dies, gets married, or has a baby, don't neglect to let us know about.it, and the World .will proclaim it to the ends of the earth.- ; II. J. Harwi was summoned to O'Neill," Neb., last week to protect the interests of a Pennsylvania party against the machinations of a swind ling banking concern. The matter in controversy involved is about $15,000. Is your child puny, peeked and neevish? Does it have convulsions? If bo, it 1ias-worms. White's Cream 4 Vermifuge "is the only safe cure. Every bottle is guaranteed to bring wormes, 25c. Jones & Gibson. 3 ' Somewheres beyond the "land of the Wabash or at least, in these United States Trego county has a countv commissioner, and this wWthy gen tleman should come right home at once. The Hon Abram Frakes is" mentioned for the demo-pop nomina tion for congress in this district. Ballard's Ssow Liniment cures Rheumatism,- Neuralgia, Headache, Sick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, - Old Sores Comes, and information. . The most penetrat ing Liniment in the world. Try it, 50c. Jones & Gibson. 3 Your Uncle Sam has moved Tiis in fantry and artillery to the Gulf coast. His cavalry will be kept on the Indian frontier.. .Should your Uncle invade Cuba he will send cow-boy and Indian cavalry to co-operate with the insur gent monnted troops, as they would be better adapted to the jungle and hill country. There are about forty U. S. ships, gunboats, and torpedo craft concentrated at Key West. . SEED POTATOES. For Sale At my farm 3 miles south of Wa-Keeney, 400 bushels of Early Ohios. " They are of superior quality," and will be admirable for planting purposes.- L. G. Johnson, Wa-KeeneyT Kan. Call for Meeting of BepublioM County Cen tral Committee. The Republican County Central committee will meet at the office of T. R. Moore on Saturday, March 26, 1898, to consider such matters as may properly come before it. T. II. Moore, Chairman. Subscribe for World. "Fresh lard at Johnson's. Hot Tamales at Bestor's. Corn fed beef at Johnson's. Buy vour beef of Len Johnson. Buy youi pork of Len Johnson. Wait for Len Johnson's meat wagon. For Sale Second hand wind mill and tower. C. J. Eerris. Before your money is all gone, you should subscribe for the World and a metropolitan weekly for $1.15 a year. These will keep you posted on all cur rent events of the age at home and abroad. Don't go floundering through life turning over in your mind what happened when Jim Buciiaaan was president. This is the threshold of the 20th century, but you might as well be living in .the seventeenth un less you keep up with the times. OASTOIUA. The fao limilt tfgaatura of ! ea Never has there been a time when the farmers of the country valued re liable and practical agricultural in formation so highly as now, and never have greater exertions been made to supply it. In the very front rank of the publications engaged in the work stands the Kansas City Live Stock In dicator, which for the western farmer is unequalled. The issue of last week not only overflows with information of the highest practical value, but it is accompanied by the Special Farm ers' Institute edition for March, in which a large number of practical farmers discuss the landlord and ten ant question in a way that brings out all there is in it. A number of cash, crop and partnership leases are also given. Other topics relating to mak ing the farm attractive to the boys and girls, the farmers' berry garden, etc. Every farmer in this county should read the Indicator and its monthly specials. Only $1 a year. Address the Indicator Publishing Co., Kansas City, Mo., for free sample copies. CASTOXtX. The fae imile ' !i ea ry vrappes. Signature V Teacher?, Attention! The ReviewTerm of Stockton Nor mal school and Business College will open Tuesday. April 12, 1898. Strong faculty, low rates, satisfaction guar anteed. I desire to attest to the merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as one of the most valuable and efficient preparations on the market. It broke an exceedingly dangerous cough for me in 24 hours, and in gratitude therefore, I desire to inform you that I will never "be without it and you should feel proud of the high esteem in which your Remedies are held by people in general. It is the one rem edy among ten thousand. Success to it. O. R. Downey, Editor Democrat, Albion, Ind. For sale by Jones & Gibson. Yonr Car Fare Paid both ways if the Faculty of the Stock ton (Kan.) Normal School do not do as they say. Enter any time, select your own studies. Send for catalogue. "Address Jno. E. Fesler, Supt. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to' Cure. 25c. iail ' It slgwara of It is, or should be, the highest aim pi every merchant t.o please his cus tomers; and that the . wide-awake drug firm of Myers & Eshleman, Ster ling, HI., is .doing so, is proven by the following, from Mr. "Eshleman: "In mv sixteen years' experience in the drug business I have never seen, or sold or tried a medicine that. gave-as good satisfaction as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.' Sold bv Jones & Gibson. .' - 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.' j. -- . Wm. Mielke, Norwood. Minn. Union Pacific Time Tabic. EAST. " t Eastern limited Due 6:15 a. m t Kansas City Fast Line. ...... Due 10:05 p. m 1 Fast Express Due 4:04 a. m S Denver & Pacific Coast lmt'd Due7:05 p. m Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points. in United States and Canada. E. P. Bbaiwhaw. Agent. MO. Pacific Tine Tabic. At Ransom. BAST BOUND. So. 8 3:12 a. ra 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 Fieight No. 219 4:45 p. m 1e& Ail trains run on mountain time and ail trains carry passengers. W. H. Bibb. Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. B. JONES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. WA-KEENEY. -. - . KANSAS. vV. E. SAUM, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WA-KEENEY , . KANSAS. JOHN A. NELSON. ATTORNEY AND EEAL ESTATE AGENT. AGENT FOR CLOSE BROS' LAND CO. For choice bargains in lands give me a call. All kinds of business promptly attended to for non-resiaents FRANK WOLLNER, DEALER IN vii!iVa oranaes, Lemons ana oirer crackers, candies ona Cigars. 6g"These goods are all fresh and clean. C. J. FERRIS & CO. DEALERS IN FURNITURE end FUNERAL SUPPLIES. I will furnish every thinsf in the line of undertaking that can be found anywliere. igg"All calls answered day or night. fValter A. Eppler, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in any part of Trego and adjoining counties at reasonable rates. Orders left at tlie World office will receive prompt attention. Sprapin? Fruit Taees. The (iitsi h n of sprayintr fruit trees to pri'vt nt the depredations of insects pests and fungus ii:nses is no .longer an experiment but a necessit y. Our readers will do well to write to Wm. Stall. Quincy. III., and get his catalogue de scribing twenty-one styles of Spraying Out tils and full treatise on spraying the differ ent fruit and vegetable crops, which may be had for the asking and contains much val uable information. Persistent Coughs A oougb. which seems to hang on in spite of all the remedies which you have applied certainly needs energetic and sensible treatment. For twenty-five years that stand ard preparation of cod-liver oil, GGOTT'S nrjjuiLDfforj has proved its effectiveness in cur ing the trying- affections of the throat and lungs, and this is the reason why the cod-liver oil, par tially .digested, -strengthens and vitalizes the whole sys tem; the hypophosphites act as a tonic to the mind and nerves, and the glycerine soothes and heals the irritation. Can you think of any combi nation so effective as this? Be sure yon get SCOTT'S Emulsion- See that the ua and fish ere on the wrapper. Joe and Si.oo, ail druggists. - SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist, New York. Dn Goods, siopie ana raner Grocenes . The price of a thing is gen erally what it is worth. Gom- -petition regulates that. But price doesn't always guaran tee quality. The reputation of the seller counts. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees - Secured the World's Fair con tracts by virtue of their fine Qualityv and the price is no higher than the many inferior goosd on the market. C. C. BESTOR, Agent. F. S. DIEB0LD,-- -DEALER IN- Lumber, Coal, Flour and Feed. - -wew1 Buys 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. - Here You Have It Just What You Have Been Looking For. - An opportunity to purchase a first-class Bicycle direct from Manufacturer. We Build the Popular And sell direct to the Rider. Descriptive catalogue on application. The Chicago Machine Co. 74 West Jackson. CHICAGO, ILL. WORTH rTKANSAS OtTY . n,Alnl ftt. lsmS 1 B VESTIBULED "ELI" to GHSGAS VESTIBULEDLOTEDfST.LOUl FREE CHAIR CARS, LATEST W. WAKELEY, C P. A.-St. Louis. Mo. J. Th8 Greatert Things. -The largest river, is time. " The deepest ocean is deatta. Tlie region where no living thing hath habitation is called yesterday. The most highly civilized country is to-day. The high est mountain is called success. Few reach the top save thosje who watch sharply for the passing- of the spirit of the mountain opportunity, who car ries upward all those that seize hold of him. The region where no man hath ever set foot is called to-morrow. The greatest desert is called life, and it hath many oases. These are called Hope, and Ambition, and Love, and i harity, ana Home. And of them all the last is the most beautiful. Be sides there are many others smaller in extentT Whence tlie traveller ob tains refreshments during the :wearv journey through life. X. There is no pain "or discomfort when Tableue's Buckete Pile Oistmest is used. It-relieves that itching in creased by scratching. It is prepared with scientific accuracy and profes sional knowledge, and Is the kind that cures Wind, bleeding, itching and pro truding Piles with no pain, or loss of time. Jones & Gibson. 3 ' CASTOR I A For Infanta oiiil Children. Ykt&a tinil m wnppsfc Timber- Culture. Final Proof Notice for Publication, no- 11031- United States Land Offlc. Wa-Keeney. Kan. March 1. IPSW. t" Notice is hereby given that John IWII has Bled notice of intention to make final proof before Register and Receiver of V. S. Land Office at their office in Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on Saturday tlie 23rd day ' of April. 1898. on timber culture application No. 133B7. for the northwest, qnarter of sec tion No. 4, in township No. 10 south, raugo No. 24 west of the 6th P. M. He names as witnesses: - Hutbliui Mi-.CUiv. Abraham I.. M cC lure. Ja cob Loyd. Leiand. Kansas; John J. Drum- nionn. Wa-beeuer, ixansas. 1. T. PI-Kt'ELL. Register. " X" HUES? Mil PATTERNS OF SLEEPERS. C. BRAMHALU T. P. A.. St. Joseph, Mo- Notice of PitiiiG sola ei jcrcoi Lola. Office cf the County Tri'iisnrtr. I Trejolcuiily. v Wa-Kecney, J van.. March 1. l;-!8. Notice is hereby givfn that on Ajcmduy, the 18th diiy of April. Ifi!l8. between the Ik. bis of 10 o'clock a. in and a o'clock p. ni.. 1 w ill offer for sale and sell to the liihebt bidder, at my office in Wa-Keeney, kmusus, the iol lowiiifj described tracts it stun- scliooi land. situau d in the county of Tiegu, anu slale of Kansas, to-wit: The northeast qntsrter of the northeast quarter of section SB. township 14 souiti, ratiKO 23 west. Appraised valuation, i'dXO per acre. The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section Stf. township 14 souths range 23 west. Appraised valuation, 3.1-0 per acre. . - - . The southeast quarter of tlie northeast quarter of section 3t. township 14 south, range 23 west. Appraised valuation, S3 Oi per acres. The southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section a, township 14 south, range 23 west. Appraised valuation, S3.U per acre. " . SVitness my hand this 12th day of Slarch, T. R. MOORE. County Treasurer. Kciice of ry&iic sci8 or scncoi tonrj. Office of tlie County Treasurer. 1 ... Trego County. V vva-Keeney. Knn.. Siarch 17, 181)8. ) Notice is hereby given that on Saturdav, the 16th day of April, imi. U'twtx-n tilo hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 oelock p. rn . I will ofTer for sale and sell to the highest bid der, at my office in Wa-Keeney. Kansas, the following described tracts of Mate school land, situ ated in the county of Trego, and state of Kansas. to-w!t: The southwest quarter of the southes-.Ft quarter of section ise. township 14 south, range 23 west. Appraised valuation. S3 U per acre. Value of improvements. 835.00. The southeast' quarter of the southwcf.t quarter of section i. township 14 south, range 23 west. Appraised valuation. SC5. of) per acre. Value of improvements, S3S.0O. Witness my hand this 17th. day of March'. T- R.MOORE. - - - - Oountr Treasurer. . Kotice for Publication No, 11036. Land office at Wa-Keeney. Kan.. f - March 15, 13118. f f named settler his filed notice of her inten tion to niHKo unai proot in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver of tlie IT. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on A pril 23. J3UH. viz: Janet L. Burns. Homestead F.r try So. 22:0, for lots 3 and 4 and the south 'half of the northwest quarter of section 4. township J3 south, range 25 west. , She n a fries the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of. aid laud, viz: James Taguu. ll.-inner. Kansas; John Briags. George More! I. William Larimer, of Col Iyer, Kansas. - I T. rrRCELL. Register.