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The Superiority of Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee secured the World's Fair contracts. C. C. Bestor, Agent.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. State- ' ( T-.uoien Baker 1 . t.. Senators -, w A HitrPis r.trressnjan. 6l h District W. A. Keecler tiovernnr ....W. E. Stanley I ,UMit. Governor... .. H. K. Kichter Secretary O. A. Clark Auditor G. E.Cole Treasurer Frank Grimes Sopt. Public Instructions Frank Nelson Attorney General A. A. Godard Sue. State Board Agriculture. .. F. I). CJoburn Supt. of Insurance Webb McNall Adjutant General S. M. Fox Senator. 39th District Levi Fritchard Judge. 23d District Lee Monroe Appellate Judce. Northern I g w McElroy Department Western IM v. ( a . - County. Representative 'ou nt y Clerk Treasurer Register of Deeds t Winlv SniwpinlAnllHnt ... A. Iawson ...O. M. UfTord . A. B. Cooper . 1. II. Henkel .11. Harlan County Attorney. "J" Sheriff -. G. w. Lynn Probate Judge .: M. W. Clift :ierk District Court W. H. Swiegett County Surveyor W. B. Robinson Coroner J- A. Esclier i 1st District.. . -J. Musgrave Commissioners-; Second Dist Abe Frakes I 3rd Dist J. J- Keraus REGULAR MEETINGS OF COMMISSIONERS. , First Monday In January. First Monday in April. First Monday In July. Flrt. Mrtnrlnv in October. First Monday in June as Board Equalizafn First Friday after election Canvassing B'd Citv. Mayor B. C. Wilson - , ...................... . ' '- " A. 1-.. Crleason f kmncllmen F. 8. Diebold C. C. Bestor Police Judge Joshua Groft Marshal J. H. Poffenberger nbllcTnstltBtloC IT. S. LAND OFFICE. Register I T Purcel Receiver F. W. King STATE FOR EST Y . Ucallah. Commissioner E. D. Wheeler Schools. WA-KEENEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. SCHOOL, BOARD. Director T. K. Moore Clerk W. W. Gibson Treasurer...: O. I. Verbeck TEACHERS. Principal J.I. Shearer Grammar-room Artie Hobbs Intermediate Hattle J-.iiroy Primary May Greenwood Lodges. A. F. & A. M.. No. 148. . T. R. Moore. Sec. W. E. Saum. W. M Meets and and 4th Monday evening of each inontu. I. O. O. F-. No. 30. G. M. UfTord, Sec. W. H. Doras, N. G. Meets every Wednesday evening. A. O. U. W.. No. aw. H. S. Glvler. Rec. Geo. McKinlev. M. W. Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening of eacu month. M. W. of A.. No. 1681. T. R. Moore. Clerk. R. C. Wilson, V. C. Meets last Thursday in each month. T. T. B. A., No. 15. W. W. Gibson, Sec. G. M. Ufford. Pres Meets every 2nd Tuesday in each month. G. A. R. Captain Treso Post. No. 1H7. fi L,. Shorthill. Adi't. C. C. Yetter. Com. Meets at 1 p. m. on the second Saturday of acn month. Chare lies. PRESBYTERIAN. W. B. Brown. Pastor. Services every other Sunday. Morning and veulng. METHODIST-EPISCOPAL. E. E. Gunckel. Pastor. Preaching every oLher Sunday. Morning nil evening. BAPTIST. , Pastor. Services the first Sunday in each month. EPISCOPAL. J. Ii. Lee. Rector Services once every month in Baptist Church. Morning ana arternoon. Union Pacific Time Table. EAST. 4 Eastern limited Due 7:15 a. m Kansas City Fast Line Due 10:41 p. m 1Z a. m WEST. I Fast Express Due 3:05 a. 3 Denver & Pacific Coast lmt'd DueM:U p. m 11 .- 1:38 p. m Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points in United Mates and Canada. 4 E. P. Bradsbaw. Agent. MO. Pacific Time Table. .At Ransom. EAST BOUND. No. 8 3:12 a! m Freight, No. 218 6:17 a. in Freight, No. 220 7:2a p. m WEST BOUND. No. 3 11:17 p. m Freight, No. 217 11:40 a. m Kieight No. 219 4:45 p. m lSAH trains run on mountain time and all trains carry passengers. W. 11. Barr. Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -4. B. JONES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. WA-KBIHIT, - - KANSAS. vV. E. SAUM. ATTORNEY AT LAW. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. JOHN A. NELSON. ATTORNEY AND REAL 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 oon-resiaents tValter A. Eppler, AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in any part of Trego and adjoining counties at reasonable rates. Orders left at the World qfJice will receive prompt attention. CAUTION! If "you want to keep ' yoar goods, DOST adver tise in the Klein Kansas World. If you have a cough, throat irrita tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest, difficult breathing, croup or hoarse ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure. Always reliable and safe. Jones & Gibsou. - Ogallah. Every one is busy. Spring is upon us. Planting gardens is the order of the day. . Mrs. Mike Richards was calling on at Mrs. Myron Benson's on Tuesday. Our school closes with an entertain ment one week from Saturday even ing. . The Union Sunday school was or ganized Sunday with a large number in attendance. We hope it may con tinue so interesting each Sunday that all will take a new life in the good work. If parents would look into this matter more and send their children more regularly to Sunday school it can certainly do them no harm, and it not only instructs their minds now, but it always will be a guide to them when older. Early training is the development of manhood So let us all come with a will each Sunday at 3 p. m. a Bears the Signature of The Kind You Haw Always Bought Cointy Line Notes. (Bv Resident.) Warmer. Samuel Glass is improving. This is just, what wheat needs. Farmers are busy seeding barley. W. F. Smith lost another horse last week. -W. F. Smith bought a mule last week. L. J. Wilson is up and around again. W. F. King planted potatoes on Monday. Amos Bricker is working for Mrs. Shepherd. A. S. Uailey visited his brother Sat urday nights Harry George is selling a chicken cholera cure. Bruce Furbeck finished seeding Wheat last week. The Misses Ryan of Riverside were turkey hunting last Monday. Mrs. John Loflin returned home from visiting her parents in Missouri a few days ago. Bean toe Signature of The Kind You Haw Always Bought Dentistry. M. Tulles, D. D. S. 23 years' prac tice. All the painless methods used. Work guaranteed. Will be at Wa Keeney, Kansas, AprH 24 and 25, for the practice of dentistry. Parties wanting work in my line are requested to call early in the day of date above mentioned. Office at Fer ris house. TEACHERS' MEETING. The following is the program of the Trego County Teachers' association which meets April 22 at 1:30 p. m.: Current Events Mrs. Stella Cox Benefits of Teachers' Associations. . Ira Tilton Vertical Writing vs. Slant System. . . .Carrie Stradal and W. F. Swigoett Paper Prof. Shearer The lost Pressing Needs of the Country Schools. .... .Will Rhoades Country Schools in Its Relation to the Present Educational" System of Kansas Mrs. Jessie F. Taylor Discussion A. S. Bailey Reading Circle Work. . .Supt. Harlan Music. Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief. It is the great remedy for diseases of the respiratory organs like Asthma, Bronchitis and Hoarseness. Jones & Gibson. THE EDITOR'S APPEAL- Fish down in your pocket And dig up the dust The editor is hungry And the paper 'bout to bust. We've trusted you For several months And did it with a smile, So just return the compliment And trust us for awhile. .- " Our wife she needs some stockings And our baby needs a dress; .; Jimmie needs some breeches And so do Kate and Bess. Pud is on the hog train And Peggy sick with grief. And good gosh almighty Can't you give a man relief. SLe'.I out the nickels - And turn loose'the dimes, - Turn 'em loose and whistle - And we'll have better times; There'll be fewer patches On the bosom of our pants We'll make the paper better If we only get the chance. Don't give us that old story Long gone to seed, . 'Bout taking more papers Than the family want to read. But help to pay the printer And he'll help your town to grow. Yi u thus escape the sulphur In the region down below. Todd's Corner Bazoo. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Haie Always Bought Bears the Signature of Beware oi ointments lor catarm Teat contain Mercury, , as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from ..them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer cury, and is taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen uine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.J.Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold "by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Hall's Famiix. Pills are the best. OUR MARKET REPORT. TThe Chicago Uve Stock Commission Co. of Kansas City, furnish the following report of the condition of the market at the Kansas City Stock Yards:! . Kansas City Stock Yards, ) , April. 12, 1899. S The heavy receipts of cattle in Chi cago the first of the week and liberal runs at Kansas City had a very dis astrous effect on prices; they broke 10 to 15 cents Monday and the trade has been very unsatisfactory up to date. Plain, heavy, rough catle are the hardest kinds to sell; fat, tidy, light, dehorned steers weighing 900 to 1000 lbs. have shown the slightest decline. The big runs were yery much of a surprise to everyone, and we don't look for a repetition of the same in the near future. The best cows and heifers are in ac tive demand, but medium grades are not sought after much by killers, al though canners have been in active demand all week. Stockers and feeders have been in heavy supply, and as the demand con tinues good for them, they did not break in sympathy with fat cattle. There has been very little change in the hog market during the past week; the market is holding about steady from day to day although re ceipts are light. Packers don't seem anxious for heavy supplies, as the pio- vision market is not in very good siiape. It takes strictly choice hogs to bring the top of. the market. Fine light hogs are selling well compara tively and will probably continue to the balance of the season, but long haired, trashy, light stuff is slow sale at mean prices. Rough old sows are di Jminated against and are selling heap. mm You may have heard about SCOTTS EMULSION i and have a vague notion that it b cod-liver oil with , its bad taste andV smell and all its other repulsive fea- tures. It is cod-liver oil, the purest and the best in the i world, but made so palata 1 ble that almost everybody ! can take it - Nearly all children like it and ask for more. GCQTT'G EMULGiOrJ looks like cream; it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby, child or adult, better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you have had any experience with other socaIIed "just as good' preparation., you will find that this is a fact. The hypophosphites that are combined with the cod-liver oil give additional value to it because , they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to the whole body. 5oc and Si.Oo. all dnnegteta. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chonisu, New York. J, Sheer. SedaliaMo.. conductor on electric street car line, writes that his little daughter was very low with croup, and her life saved after all phy sicians had failed, only by using One Minute Cough Cure. Jongs & Gibsou. $32.50. $32.50. The ABOVE GKEATLY REDUCED RATE has been made by the Union Pacific to California poixts. Through Tourist Sleepers, quicker time than any other line.. For tickets and full information call on P. Bradshaw. - " Agent. TO CURE A COLD tN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c Grand Clnfcting Offer. The World, Kansas City Journal, Live Stock Indicator, its Special Far mers' Institute editions, The Poultry Farmer, The Farmers' Mutual Insur ance Journal, and the Humane Alli ance. The suoscription price of these six publications is $4.05. We will send all of the above publications" to any farmer in Trego county for $ 1.50 Sample copies can be had by calling at this office. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought Quarterly Report County supenniendeni oi PuDiic insiruciion. Quarter begins December 27. 1808. Ends Mrcti 27. 199. Trefio county. Kansas. 1 Numlier ofdistrict schools visited this quarter, fciviti? number of each district: 1, 3, 7, 10. 12. 13. 14. 16. 19, 2. 29. 30. 33. and 37. 2 Average length of time spent in actual school inspection: one and one-half hours. 3 Numljer of written reports of such visits made to the district boards: none. 4 Number of consultations with district boards: two. 5 Number of days office bas been kept open at county seat: thirteen. 6 Number of examinations of district clerks records: none. Number kept as re quired by law: 7 Number of examinations of district treasurers' records: . Number kept as required by law: . 8 Number of teachers meetings attended three. 9 Number of lectures dell vered : none. 10 Is the office supplied with suitable rec ord books, as required by the existing law? It is. 11 NNumber of certificates granted: two. First grade, none; second grade, one; third grade, one; temporary, none. To the state superintendent of public In struction, Topeka. Kansas: I hereby certify the above to be a correct statement of the work of this office in the matters herein reported, for the quarter end ing this day. Dated at Wa-Keeney, this 27th day of Kiarch, 1HM. Hudson Harlan, County Superintendent, -Trego County. QUARTERLY REPORT ""MF THE-" EXAMINERS COUNTY TREASURER'S BOOKS. Wa-Keeney. Kansas, March 31. 1699. To the Honorable Board of County Commis sioners of Trego county. Kansas, Gentlemen: We. the Board of County Examiners, duly appointed to examine the county treasurer's books, find the following statement to be correct and exactly agrees with the books of the office for the quarter ending March 31. 1K99. Amount to be accounted for as appears on the books $16,721 67 Cash outstanding 37 77 Cash on band in office $665 63 Amount on deposit in the bank : 15.992 87 Cash items 100 95 Total amountl $15,759 44 $16.759 44 M. M. Clift, Probate Judire. George McKiklet, H. F. Sti mits. Examiners. . ' Sworn and subscribed to before me this the :-lst day of March, 1899. Attest: . GEO. M. UFFORD. seal. County Clerk. Tetter, Salr-Itbeum mid Eczema.' The intense itching and smarting, inci dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently enred by it. It is eqnally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples, chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 23 cts. per box. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. . Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to pnt a horse in prime condition. Price 23 cents per package. miY nnnirc in nmnnn uu a WW U V 11 1 mmu0 0 - Haw yoa tried the Catalogue system of buying EVERYTHING you use at Wholesale Prices? We can save you 15 to 40 per cent on your purchases. We are now erecting and will own and occupy the highest building in America, employ 2.000 derfcs filling country orders exclusively, and will refund purchase price ii goods don't suit you. Our General Catalogue 1.000 pages, 16,000 illustrations. 60.000 quotations ccsts us 72 cents to print and mail. We win send it to yea upon receipt of 15 cents, to show your good faith. UOnTGOUERY 7RD & CO. MICHIGAN AVE. AND MADISON ST. CHICAGO. - jPL BOON TO MANKIND I DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE is 7s 33 ir UI paicE BO CENTS IN BOTTLES, 75 CENTS IN TUBES. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PILE REF1EDYI ' Harmless and Pleasant, yet a Radical and Permanent Core for BLIND, BLEEDING, ITCHING WTT1IOUT tatn and PROTRUDING PILESNOMiiwAiTKXPENSR Ufl DllUCIfl nDCDITinyC A rjadr which affords immediate relief. Not an Irritant, bnt a prepare -nU milrUL UrCnmiUnd tioswhich willallATallintlainmation and promptlTcorrftandcuretti most stubborn case. Where phrsicians have failed this remedy has effected a radical and permanent care, in special collapsible tabes, as shown In cut. Mont convenient in cases of internal pUes. Prices, In Tubes, by mall. 76c; Bot les, SOo. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. 310 HortH Matin Street, ST. JLOTJIS, MO FOR SALE BY JONES & GIBSON. RAILROAD PALACES. The new Palace Sleeping Cars, built specially for the Union Pacific, and recently put ita service on their famous fast trains to Colorado, Utah, California and Oregon points, are the finest ever turned out. Throughout the interior the drap itigs, wood work -and decorations are in the most artistic style, and the conveniences vastly superior to any thing ever seen before. These cars are attached to the Union Pacific Fast Trains, which make Quicker Time to all Western points than trains of any other lines. Tickets, and reservations can be ob tained by calling on or addressing E. P. Bradshaw, Agent. II CAUTIOUS lIHERr ply of Beggs Cherry Cough Syrup. A sudden cold may develop Croup, and before you can reach a drug store, the child may be past help. Delays are Dangerous. We keep it. Jones c Gibson - All our farmer readers should take advantage of the unprecedented club bing offer we this year make, which includes, with this paper. The Live Stock Indicator, its Special Farmers' Institute editions, The Poultry Far mer, The Farmers' Mutual Insurance Journal and the Humane Alliance. The subscription price of of these five publications amounts to $2.80, while our own paper is $1.00, a total of $3.80. We are prepared to s"end them all, in cluding our own paper, to any farmer in this county for $1.45, which is onlv 45 cents more than our own subscript tion price. Uever before was so much superior reading matter, of the most practical and useful character, offered for only $1.45. The first four of the papers named are so well known throughout the west that but little need to be said of them. They com mend themselves to the reader's fa vorable attention upon mere mention. The Humane Alliance is devoted to humane education, and should be in evory farmer's famfly, so that the boys and girls on the farm may early im bibe the principles of a broad human ity that shall include all God's creat ures, and learn the wickedness and brutalizing tendency of cruelty of all kinds. Take advantage of this great offer. ''Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world," said a geni us. The druggist handed him a bot tle of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Jones & Gib son. Subscribe for World.. Running Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Pirn Dies. etc.. auicklv cured by Banner Salve the most healing salve in the world. Price 25c. Ifo other "just as good." sJones & Gibson. CHCIAGO. KANSAS Ghicago Live Stock Commission Co. T.; nr iq wo crVIrl tl.nnn ftfift worth of cattle. ' a w c - hogs and sheep for our patrons at the three markets. This business comes to us largely from small dealers, and is the result of ten years' hard "work and close application to busi ness. We make your interests -ours. A trial shipment will convince you that it pays to do business with us. We are. ready at all times to advance money to responsible feeders at the lowest rates of interest. - CHICAGO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. Stock Yards Station- i KANSAS CITY. KANSAS. vORIsSlhEiimsFycEK t , ' Korthl QnanUtjr. Bast in Quality. ? For sale bv Jones & Gibson. fillip ppS LDVEiRSTA THE UP-TO-DATE ' LITTLE LIVER PILL I CURES Biliousness. sun Constipation, Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint. SUCrAR COATBD. IUU f-ll-l-O Moid by all drnrolsts 25 CTS. or Bent Dy mail. Ncrrita Medical Co.. Caicar For sale by Jones & Gibson. LOWEST RATFS BEST ACCOMMODATIONS For All Points in. Kansas, Colorado, Wyo ming, Utan, Pacific Coast and Paget Sound. Pullman Palace Sleepei-9. Pullman Tourist Steepen, From Kansas City every Thursday. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Dining Cars. For time tables, folders, illustrated books, pamphlets descriptive of tlu territory traversed, call on E. P. BRADSIIW, Agent. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE ARKS Designs Copyrights Ac. AriTone Bending a Bkef ch and flfwrlptinn mry qnickly ascertain our pinion free whether en invention is prohnhly patertJiMe. Communica tions strictly confidential Handbook on Patent sent free- Oldest agency for seeurmflr patents. Patents taken thronch Miuin A Co. receive tprcial notice without cbwrge, in tbe Scientific JJtueaicatn A handsomely llinwt rated weekly. J rcest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. a yer : fonr months. $1. Bold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36'8"" New York Branca Office. 626 V St Washington. IX C CITY. ST. LOUIS. nr y vvvvvv ' ' s&L TDinr M