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Western Kansas World.
Established March t, 1879. Official Paper of the City of Wa-Keeney. Saturday, December 24, 1898. MATER PATER- of term shortened or books and sup plies withheld from the children. It is not and cannot be shown that a sin gle dollar will be saved to the county io any other way. , It is generally not best to get gay about anything too previous but in the matter of low taxes it may be well to have all the fun possible while it feels that wav. The verdant Irish man wno laughed before the bellow ing bull pitched him over the fence indulged in his Hibernian hilarity at the only period possible throuehout the whole transaction. When Trego county is reduced to "scrip" and our schools have leached a twenty-dollar-r.-month basis and the highest possi ble tax levy is made to get out of the hole the grin will be on the other side of the tax payers phiz. Mark the prediction: higher taxes are inevitable and when they come don't forget that World told you so. Low taxes now will be no favor to you then. The Weekly St. Louis Globe-Democrat. A Great Semi-Weekly Paper Republican ia Politics. The Republican party is the mother of paternalism. Independent, De cember 16. That's brilliant, very brilliant in deed! Coming from a Pop-Fuso organ it Is exceedingly luminous and daz zles the ordinary individual with the irridescency of its scintillations. Just to save his eyes, if for no other reason, the be-dizzened reader turns his gaze upon Populist platforms and preten tions of the past few years and dis covers that they have advocated gov ernment printing presses for the production or paper and silk money; government ownership of all railroads; ' trovernment teleeraph lines; munici pal street railways, water and lighting. They have advocated state banks for the issue of irredeemable notes, paya ble nowhere at no time to no one by nobody. They have advocated state insurance and state stock yards. These are a few of the paternal things that were expected to throttle the great red dr.igon which has run rampant and untrammeled over the once proud state of Kansas until her women sold their virtue and her men turned hoboes and begged for bread. Now the governor conies to their res c ue by calling the legislature together in extraordinary session (at an ex pense of fifty or seventy-five thousand dollars) for the avowed purpose of p issing ' paternal legislation and it will not be surprising if some patriot, introduces a bill to establish a state coffee-mill and a public flax-brake. The Populist party is the father of maternalism. The national Demo cratic party has opposed most of its vagaries but as neither party alone - could cut much ice in Kansas they have frequently fused in view of the loaves and fishes that were to be gath ered up. Now that the family lunch counter is empty it is to be expected that each will try to shift the re sponsibility of the care and support of the progeny of their miscegenation. Lilke a step-child, the drooling infant is turned loose upon the tender mer cies of a cold and cruel world. Now Hie unnatural parent tries to "lay it" to the Republican party. Mr. Hardin Norris, clerk of the drug store of R. Shoemaker, Perry, 111., says: "A man came into our store the other day and said, I want a bot tle of that stuff that saves children's lives. I read in the News about it. The children may get sick when we can not get the doctor quick enough. It's the medicine you sell for croup.' " He alluded to Chamberlains Cough Remedy and bought a bottle before he left the store. For sale by Jones & Gibson. "Poor Alice had to give up her bi cycle riding. She just could not learn." "And why not?" "She was so used to a riving a horse that she kept jerking at the handle bars all the time as if they were a pair of reins. Indianapolis Journal. For External Piles, Cuts, Burns and Bruises, Old Sores, Eczema, and all Skin Diseases, Begos' German Salve stands to-day without a peer. It is an old reliable remedy, and if used freely, wounds will heal without a scar. Be careful to get "Beggs" and be sure of a speedy cure. For sale by Jones & Gibson. "Those two fellows over in the cor ner seem to have a very interesting subject. They've been talking at each other as hard as possible for an hour and half." "Yes; one of them has a little boy who has just learned to walk, and the other's baby cut its first tooth day be fore yesterday." Chicago News. LOW TAXES- We have heard several remarks pro and con upon the subject of low as sessments and light taxes this year. One taxpayer sa3-s his taxes 'all on real estate) are a little more than half as high as formerly. So great a re duction in one year is unreasonable. Another subscriber from a different part of the county says his land tax is considerably reduced but his per sonal tax is greatly increased upon the same property as held before. If there is any one class which should be glad ot low valuations it is the non resident owners of land which owe their value to the men who live here and improve the county. Bachelors who have no children to school might like the scheme except that lower land tax makes higher personal tax necessary and the bachelor gets no exemption. One man pavs seventy cents and a personal valuation of $22. That is, seventy cents is the penalty for owning one yearling heifer, if the owner lives here, while thousands are brought in and grazed upon non-resident owner's land (kindly faored by low valuations) and pay no tax at all, as they come and go again between times of assessments. Another tax payer informs us . that his personal tax is twice as high as last year. Still another local cattle man who owns several hundred head of cattle will not bring his cattle into the county at this time because ' taxes on such property has been largely increased, although his other interests are near ly all in Trego. If taxes are really lower and if they remain lower it certainly must follow that some one is Kettinir less pay for someting than formerly or else we are t.o denv ourselves something we have had in. the past. Since nearly or about one-half of our taxes are levied for the support of schools it is reason able to expect the greatest reduction of expenditures in that line. Teach ers wages may be reduced, the length LOST. Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discour aged and disconsolate. Jones & Gib son. She So you don't think women will ever succeed as railway engineers? He Of course not. She And why, pray? He They would lose too much time holding up their trains at crossings. Chicago News. Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Wit's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, Bil iousness, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated. don't gripe or cause nausea. Jones & IjrlOSOIl. "Were you out in all that rain? asked the Clifton girl "No," said the young woman from Boston. was merely in the portion of the rain that descended in my immediate vi cinity. Cincinnati Enquirer. Bismark's Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver. Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want- these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. Kinc's New Life Pills. Thev develoD every power of brain and body. Only 25 cents at Jones & Gibson, Drug store. 2 $1.00 Price One Dollar a Year $1.00 Et?ht- Pnzen Each Tae&Uay Issued in ISemi-WeeklyKw., Sections. gSS'V&sr As a The Weekly Globe-Democrat, issued in Semi- As a Home Journal Npwcnonao "js.. sections, is amost equal to a daily, at the newspaper price of a weekly. The two papers each week give the complete news of that week from all parts of the world, so selected and arranged as to preserve the thread of events from issue to issue. The preparation of The News in this form involves an immense amount of labor and expense, and comprises the most complete and comprehensive News Service of any dollar-a-vear publication in the United States, if not in the world. The Weekly Globe-Democrat isequally as pre- cuiiucui;. it is murauj ciean, ana may De read without contimination by all the members of any family. It contains the verv cream nf cur rent literature and the best pictorial illustrations. Its departments de voted to "The Home," "For Women," "Agricultural News," "The Farm, Garden and Dairy." are each of the highest grade, and its market re ports are correct and complete in every detail. In a Word The Weekly Glohe-Democrat is a complete newspa per, prepared and printed for intelligent and thoughtful people. We have confidence in its ability to speak for 11-seii, ana win cueeriuny man samflecopy, iree or charge, upon receipt of request. Address The Globe Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo. m The DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT is without a rival ia all the West, and stands at ths very front among the few It E ALL Y OUSXT newspapers of the world. Daily.Lncluding Sunday: Daily, Without Sunday: I Snaday Edition: One Year Sfl.00 Six Months Si. 00 Three Months $1.50 I One Year 4.00 1 so to 60 Paftes. Six Months fs.0: One Year 3.00 Three Months $1.00 Six Mouths il.OU BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID. "I know that age is telling on me." said Miss Sereleaf. " "Yes, dear; but you need not mind so very much. It isn't telling the whole truth," replied Miss Caustique. His Life Was Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a won derful deliverance from a frightened death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs be came hardened. 1 was so weak I couldn't sit up in bed. Nothing help ed me. I expected to soon die of Con sumption, when 1 heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief, I continued to use it, and now am well and strong, I can't say too much in its praise." This mar velous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Jones & Gibson's drug store; every bottle guaranteed. 2 "Mr. Jones, I believe!" exclaimed tne tne conncience man, coraiauy. "Some folk'H b'lieve anything b'goshT' observed Farmer Pumpkin- shucks, giving the other a cold glare. Detroit Journal. - CABLED POULTRY. GARDEN AND RABBIT FENCE the best in the market also CABLED FIELD AND HOG FENCING. STEEL WEB PICKET LAWN FENCE, STEEL WIRE FENCE BOARD ; a full line of steel gates, steel posts and rail, steel web picket tree, t lower and tomato guards, tataloaue tree- De Kalb Fence Co., 100 High St., De Kalb, 111 DIWeekly Inter Ocean 1S1 LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST Always American- - Always Republican THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL THE NEWS AND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE Every Column is Bright, Clean and Packed with News The Literature of its columns is equal to that ot the best maga zines. It is interesting to the children as -well as the parents. INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and while it brings to the family THE NEWS OF THE 'WORLD and gives its readers the best and ablest discussions of all questions of the day, it is in full sympathy with the ideas and aspirations of 'Western people and iyiyif literature and politics from the 'Western standpoint. Jjjtjjjjjtjtjjjit $1.00 PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR $ J. 00 e Z THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE INTER 0CFAN ARE THE BEST EVER SEEN IN THE WEST. THE INTER OCEAN'S NEWS IS EXCLUSIVE. Price of Daily by mall $-4 OO per year Price of Sunday by mall S2 0O per year Daily and Sunday by mail $6. OO per year SO Is your liver tired? does it fail to do its' duty? If so, don't neglect its call for tielp. A few doses of llerbine may save you a spell of sickness, llerbine is the only perfect liver medi cine. It cures chills and fever. 75c at Jones & Gibson. 2 To preserve peaches. Surround the orchard with a high, fence, topped with a barb wire. Chicago Tribune. .Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy can always be de pended upon and is pleasant and safe to take. Sold by Jones & Gibson. FRANK WOLLNER, DEALER IN orances, Lemons ana oiner crackers, candies ana floors. sSThese goods are all fresh and clean. C. J. FERRIS & CO. DEALERS IN FURNITURE M FUNERAL SUPPLIES. I will furnish every thing in the tine of undertaking that can be found anywhere. , All calls answered day or night Notice for Putlication No. 11402. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kan.. November 3, 189ft. f Notice is hereby Riven that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof wili be made be fore the Register and Receiver of the IT. S. Land Office at wu-Keeuey, Kansas, on Jan uary 7. ISiW. viz: William II. Jordan, Homestead Entry No. 21427. for the south east quarter of section 4. township 15 south, range west of the 6th P. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of. said lund. viz: Abraham L. Richardson and William J. Richardson, of Krownell, Kansas: James I'ugh and John W. Allnmn. of Ellis. Kansas. I. T. FURUELL, Register. Timber Culture, Final Proof Notice for Publication No. 113 78. United States Land Office. I Wa-Keeney. Kansas, November 14. 198. s Notice is hereby given that Henry M. Rnss has tiled notice of Intention to make final proof before Register and Receiver of V. 8. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on Tuesday, the 27th day of Ileeember. 1HUM. on timber culture application No. 14514. for the northwest quarter of section No. 34. iu town ship No. 12 south, range No. 34 west of the 6t h V. M . He names ns witnesses: Klihu X. Neff. George Layman. John Ze man; all of Wa-Keeney. Kansas; and J. J. Keraus of Bosna. Kansas. 1. T. 1'I ECELL. Register. Notice for Publication No. 11406. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, November 30. ltM. i Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver off the IT. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on Jan uary 7, IMA, viz: Hugh K. Elliott. Homestead Entry No. 51563. for the nort h east quarter of section 12, township 11 south, range 35 west of the 6th P. M. He names the following witnessea to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of. said land, viz: John Ounner. Prank Ivan. George V. York. Owen Sea ii ion: all of t'ollyer. Kansas. I. T Pl'RCELL. Register. XL BOON TO DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE iZl m-t nrl m O ral u La m m r-a O CD -4 PILE or CURE PRICE, 60 CENTS Hi BOTTLES, 76 CENTS IM TUBES. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PILE REMEDY! Harmless and Pleasant, yet a Radical and Permanent Cure for RTJTvjn fit FFniwr; rmnfjn withoiti- and PROTRUDING PILES, nomina7kxpexse Hfl PllUnil ftDCDaTMMV A remrdywhirh affords immediate relief. Not an Irritant, but aprrpnm -HU iMInTUL UrCnmiUllOi Uonwhich wiUallaTUlHnnammationandproiTipUTcorn-rtamlcarrtne most stubborn ease. Where phvsiciaaa have failed this reroedT has effected a radical and Ttermaaeot care, in special collapsible tubes, aa shown in cut. Mot convenient in eases of Internal piles. Prices, In Tubes, by malt. 7Sc. Bottles, SOc. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. 310 Mortis Main Street, ST. LOUIS. MO. FOR SALE BY JONES & GIBSON. A Great Live Stock Journal The Prairie Farmer a weekly Agricultural and Live liVViV . JL 11U a. V11V ViVllUl CAI J VJIll .A. 14 Jk. aj UVA1111 UUVVAXJ . - ' leader of the agricultural and live stock papers of the Unit ed States. It covers the entire field of agriculture, dairy ing, live stock breeding and live stock feeding. It is edit ed for western farmers and stockmen who carry on diversi fied work; in fact, it is the farmer's newspaper. The regular subscription price is one dollar a year ; but in order that every one of our readers may get it next year, we will send it a full year with our own paper for only $1.25. This low price may be withdrawn anytime ; we request our readers to act promptly Hand in your order or send it to us. M. M. S. POULTRY FENCE I mBlt Mil K K K V K y K V K y V V S "v. Patented July ai, 1896. TRADE MARK. Patented July 6, 1897. trn DCD OCMT 0 AVI MP Requires no top or bottom rail and only 4 as 0 U I Lrt 0LN I . Onl lliU. manv posts as the old style netting and makes a better fence. A full line of Field and Hog Fencing, Steel Picket Lawn Fence, Gates, Posts, Rail, etc. Write for full particulars. UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb- 111. There Is Seine RED IN THE MAKE IP OF The Kansas City Journal, But No. . . 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