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" CAST. 4 Eastern limited Due7:13a. m 3 Kansas City Fast Line Due 10:45 p. m 13 .- - 9:40 a. m WEST. I Fast Express - - ' Doe 3:05 a. m 3 Denver A Pacific Coast imt'd IueS.-s D. m 11 1:38 p. mi Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points in United State and Canada. G. C. Scnaefer. Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. B. UQNES, PHYSICIAN AND STJRGKON. WA-REESET. KANSAS. W. E. SAUM, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WA-KEENET ' - KANSAS. JOHN A. NELSON. ATTORNEY AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. AGENT FOR CLOSE BROb' LAND CO. For choice bargains In lands gire roe a call. All kinds of business promptly attended to .for non-resiaents E. A. Guschewsky, KEAL ESTATE AGENT Business attended to dents. Rents collected, eiice solicited. COLLYER - - for non-resi-'Correspond- Kans. CASH GROCERY, U. J. DRUM M ON D, PROPRIETOR -DEALER IN- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vege tables, Candies, tobacco and Cigars -o- Tliese goods are all fresli and Highest market price paid butter and eggs. clean for FARMERS' STORE. II. M. Davidson, Pkopv ...DEALER IN Staple Groceries. Oranges. Lemons and Other Fruits. Highest Market Price Paid for Butter and Eggs. : ; "Your patronage solicited. (BESTOR'S OLD STAND.) Wa-Keeney - - - Kansas. Notice for Publication No- 12810. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kan wis. ( July 20. laol. f Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has liled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will le made lie fore the Kejrister and Receiver of the U. S. Land Oflh'e at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on September 7, liiul. viz: Joliannis Evers, Homestead Entry No. 23837. for the south lialf of the southeast quarter and the south balf of the southwest quarter of section -4. township 10 south, range :, west of the 6th I'. M- Ile names the following witnesses to prove liis continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of. said land, viz: John R. Ashcroft and James W. Hanna, of St.. Peter. Kansas; August J. El lermeyer. of 'a.Kwncy. Kaaiias, Jumcs Walsh, of Coll yor, Knnsas. .1. T. ruRCBi-t. Register. Notice for Publication No. 12813. Land office at Wa-Keenev. Kan.. - I July .42, 11)01.- f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make tiiial proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will oe made be fore the Kejrister and Receiver of the Unit ed States Land office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on September 38, 11H)1, viz: Otis B. Kessler, Homestead Entry No. 2366 for the south west quarter of sction 8. township 11 south, range So, west of the 6th P. M. He names the following witnesses to prove '' Ids continuous residence upon aud cultiva tion of said land, viz: Era Hit t. Ellis Myerly. James Walsh and William Walsh: all of Collver. Kansas. l.T. PUUCELL. Kejjjster. Contest Notice No. 14310. Department of the Interior. TT. S. Land I Office. Wa-Keeney, Kan., July 20. 1901. f A sufficient contest affidavit having: been mea at mis omee-y A. Lee l omsou, con testant, ajiainst homestead ent ry No. 251u6. made January lth. I'.t01, f or t he south half of the southeast quarter of section ifcj. town ship IS south, rn ii)to 22. west, by Henrv Cole man, contestee, in which it is alleged that Henry Ooleman has wholly failed to estab lish a residence thereon since date of entry: also failed to cultivate or improve said laud in any manner since date of entrv: that such failures were not caused bv entryman lteing employed in the Army or Navy of the United States. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said al legation at 10 o'clock a. m. on August 27tU. J'JOI. before the Keifister and lieceiverattho United States Land Office ia Wa-Keeney. Kansas. The said contestant ha vinjr. in proper affi davit, filed July 20th. 1901. set forth facts which sbow that after doe diligence personal nerviee of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice bo given bv due and proper publication. - F. W. KING Receiver. Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlain's Pain. Balm in about one-third the time any ether treat ment would require because of its an tiseptic qualities which cause - the parts to heal without maturation For sale by Jones & Gibson, Druggists. "Come to us for job work. Western Kansas tVorld. Established March 1. 1879. Saturday. Ju'y 27. 1901. The young man who likes to stand on the side-walk and lauegu like a horse, has been given a terrible blow by sometinknown philosopher in the following epistle: 'To-day, young man, a you stood on the corner smok ing your cigar that was paid for with money you had other use for. did you notice that 'old man passing on the other side with his hat battered, -coat torn, pants fringed and sloppy," his shoes gapping down at the heel? You did! Well, forty vears ago he stood just where you were standing to-day, he bought cigars as you do, smoked up and squandered his wages as you are doing without a thought of to-mor row. His habits and associations formed his salary was eaten up as fast as earned. Old age crept upou him, his eyes grew dim, his muscle relaxed and his place was filled by a younger .man; to-dav he has nothing. es, the poor-house stands ODen. And history repeats itself. Ex. The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles. "I have been in the drug business for twenty years and h?ve sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note. Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles, says O. W. Wakefield, of Co lumbus, Ga. "This remedy cured two severe easels of cholera morbus in my family and 1 haye recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to mv customers to their entire satisfaction. it atrords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form. No family should be without it. I keep it in my house at all times." For sale by Jones & Gib son, Druggists. If your neighbor is prosperous, let him prosper. Don't grunt, growl or grumble. Say a good- word for him and let it go at that. Don't be a knocker. "So man is ttie whole show. If you sec the city moving along nice ly feel good about it Help things along. Shove a little. Push. Try and get some benefit yourself. Don't waste your time feeling sore because some fellow lias a little more sand and sense than you have. Do a little hustling yourself. Don't be a knocker. If you can say a good word say it like a prince. If vou are full of bile and disposed to say something mean keep your mouth shut. Don't be a knocker. No man ever got rich or happy mind ing everybody's business but his own. No man ever helped himself perma nently by knocking his neighbor down. Give up a kind word. Give it liberally. It won't cost you a cent and you may want one yourself some day. Some have thousands one year and the next thev are without the price of a shave. So don't be a knock er. You can't afford it. It wou't pay. There is nothing it. If vou want to throw soniethingatsomebody just throw your patronage this way. But-don't throw brickbats or mud. Don't be a knocker. You will get there just the same. Ex. STOPS THE COUGH And Works Off The Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabletscure a cold intone day. No cure, No pay. Price 25 cents Y The Philadelphia Times of recent issue has an interesting editorial on 'The Decline of France" and gives lack of colonization as a point of con trast between such prolific nations as Germany and England. If there is anything in it, the United States hasn't made such a very bad move af ter all in the extension of colonial possessions. Ex. Heartburn. When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quantity too rich, heartburn is likely to follow, and es pecially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation. Eat slow ly and not too freely of easily digested food. Masticate tbe food thoroughly. Lei six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach tfter eating, indicating that you have eaten too much, take one of Chatnber- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided. For sale by Jones & Gibson, Druggists. There is at the present time a swindler operating in the state who is making more money in a new way. It is said that he goes from house to house and extracts teetti without cost, provided a new set Is ordered. He calls again in a short time and gets half the price and the plate and then disappears, leaving his victim minus his teeth and cash. There is weeping and wailing but owingto the circum stances, no gnashing of teeth. There is, however, a terrible chewing of gum. Abilene Chronicle. Pay us we need coin. Editors and Doctors- A Missouri, editor has it in for a doctor and says: "If the editor makes a mistake, he has to apologize for it, but if the doctor makes a mistake, he buries it. If we make one there is a law-suit, tall swearing and a smell of sulphur, but if the doctor makes one there is a funeral, cut flowers and a smell of Tarnish. The doctor, can use a word a foot long, but if the edi tor uses it he has to spell it. If the doctor goes to see another man's wife. he will charge the man for a visit. If the editor calls onfanother man's wife, he gets a charge of buckshot. Any medical college can make a doctor. You can't make an editor. He has to be born one.. The editor works to keep from starving, while the doctor works to ward off the gout. Tbe editor helps men to live better, the doctor assists them to die easy." To Cora A Cold In One Day Take Laxi ti ve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure, E. W. Grove's signature an each box. 25c. nenry Sanford, who succeeded the late John Iloey as president of the Adams Express company, was a Con necicut country boy, and. the habits of economy he acquired then, have stuck to him in a manner ever since, relates the New York World. His son, Sam uel S. Sanford, who Is one of the finest musicians in the country, has no such ideas, however. He smokes a very ex pensive brand of cigars and always procures them of a certain dealer. The other day Mr. Henry Sanford went into the same place and said he want ed some .cigars. "Certainly, Mr. San ford," said the salesman; "the' same brajid that your son smokes?" "How much are they?'' inquired Mr. San ford. "One dollar apiece," replied the salesman. "Oh, dear no!" said the millionaire. "I can't afford to smoke high-priced cigars. My son can, but he lias a rich fjither. I haven't." Ex. Cure for Cholera Infantum Never Known to Fail. During last May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum. " The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt olire it would do good if used according to directions. In two days' time the child had fully recovered. The child is now vigorous and healthy. I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail. Mrs. Curtis Baker, Book water, Ohio. For sale by Jones & Gibson, Druggists. Camp Meeting. The fifth annual camp meeting of the Wa-Keeney M. E. church will be held at Ilidgway school house," thir teen miles east of Wa-Keeney, Au gust 8 to 18. The Hosier evangelist will be in charge. All will want to hear, this wonderful man. A large tabernacle will be used and a few small tents to rent at $1.00 each for the meeting. Those desiring tents let me know as soon as possible so you can be sure of one. This meeting will be held for the conversion of sinners and sanctifiea tion of -believers. All are invited. E. E. Gunckel. Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If af flicted with any throat trouble, give it a trial for it is certain to prove ben eficial. .. Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years, have yield ed to this remedy and perfect health oeen restored. (uses that seemed hopeless, that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit, have been permanently cured by its use. Bear in mind that every bottle is war ranted aud if it does not prove benefi cial the money will be refuuded to you. For sale by Jones & Gibson, Druggists. . Five years ago many of the railroads of the country were in the hands of the receivers. To-day every- railroad of the country is traffic taxed to its utmost resources. . There will be nearly 10,000 mih?s of new tracklaid this year, against ' 1,600 in 18&, and the railroad employes will get $100, 000,000 more wages thau during the Gorman-Wilson tariff. American Economist. The Best Prescription For Kaltna Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. Isocure No pay. . - The authorities in charge, of the New York public schools have, after some delay, decided to insist that all scholars shall learn to writeaslanting hand. It is strange no one has sug gested a middle course. Why should it not do to allow each pupil to choose his own handwriting, only taking care that whatever hand was chosen should be written neatly and plainly? Low4 Rate Excursions all Summer via THE BURLINGTON ROUTE -During the coming summer the Bur lingtoa Route will have in effect the very lowest excursion rates that have ever been made. The general plan of these rates, destinations, etc., is so varied that the public should ask their nearest ticket agent for details, ! oreise do us the favor to write for rates, descriptive matter, etc. Cheap Summer Tears West Daily to Colorado. Utah and Black Hills, also Homeseekers' excursions every two weeks to the whole West and North west. Cheap Excursions East Very low round trip rates to the Buffalo Expo sition, the Sea Shore, Adirondack's, Canada, Michigan ' Lakes, Mackinaw: a thousand eastern resorts; tine lake and rail trips east, via Chicago, De troit, Cleveland. Cheap Excursion North Every day to St. Paul, Minneapolis and Lake Super ior resorts; the coolest- recreative country. Ask for the Burlington's Summer excursion rate circulars. California Excursions personally con ducted every Wednesday from St. Louis, every Thursdsy Trom .Kansas City and St. Joseph. Write us for rates and printed mat ter describing the proposed trip. R1- H. CROZIER, L. W. WAKELEY, T. f. A., 823 Main St , Gen'l Pans. Agent, Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT, -General Manager, St. Louis, Mo. It makes little difference what sort of writing is used so long as each let ter is fully and clearly made. Hand writing is so much a matter of char acter that It seems unnatural to ex pect all the boys and girls in a school to form their letters on the same model. St. 'Nicholas. When you want a modern up-to-date physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to caKe ana pleasant in enect, xrice, zo cents Samples free at Jones & Gib son's drug store. Kansas may yet grow her own oranges. The department of agricul ture has for several years been experi menting with a view to securing a hardy orange tree that will withstand the climate of the middle west. The tree that appears to answer the pur pose is a native of China; the fruit it bears is small and unfit to eat, but it is believed that by crossing it with the blossoms of the sweet Florida orange, a hardy and palatable fruit wilt be obtained. It has been found that the tcee will thrive in this lati tude. Topeka Journal. Ton Enow What Ton Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is symply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. A certain Thomas county man, liv ing in the south part of the county, wis converted during the camp meet ing at Oakley a couple of weeks a.o There is nothing particularly strange about that but the fact that the next day lie sent $15 to Colby by a friend ! o be turned into the county gentral fund . to reimburse he county for money paid him several months ago for wolf scalps from wolves killed in Logan county but which he swore were killed in Thomas county. Ctun ty Treasurer So'lenberger gladly ac cepted the money and turned it into the county treasury. Evidently the gentleman intends to made a cle: n breast of the matter and uudoubtedly is sincere. It is the first case of the kind on record in Thomas county. Colby Tribune. TOR A SUMMER OUTING. The Rticky Mountain regions of Colo rado reached best via the Union Pacific provide lavishly for the health of the invalid and the pleasure ot the tourist. Amid these rugged steeps are to be found someof the most charming and restful spots on earth. Fairy lakes nestled amid sunny peaks, and climate that cheers and exhilarates. - The SUMMER EXCURSION-' RATES put in effect by the Union Pacific en able you to reach these favored locali ties without unnecessary expenditure of time and money. ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP plus 2.00 from Missouri Biver, in ef fect June 18to to 30th; July 10th to August 31st inclusive. The Union Pacifie will also sell tickets on July 1st. to 9th inclusive, September 1st to 10th inclusive, at $15.00 for the round trip from Missouri Biver points. , Iteturn limit October 31, 1901. l'roportionateiy low rates from in termediate points. " -" Full information cheerfully furnish ed upon application. Geo. C Schaefer, Agent. Answers to - the following conun drum should be sent to the Mankato Advocate: "A man by the name of Hooper, in southern Kansas, has de serted his wife. In this ease is the widow a grass-Hopper?"', Gaylord IlcTald. Notice for Publication. No. 12789. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas. t Jnue 84. 1901. f Notice is hereov sriven that tbe followine- named settler has liled notice of his Inten tion to maktt final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be- lore tne Register ana Keceiver ot i lie t . r-. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on August IT. 190L viz: , . John Gustafson, BomeatMd Entrv No. 23636. for the sooth- east qoarter of section 24. township 14 south. range s. west or tin 6tn r M. tie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion ot saia lana. viz: Emil Lawson. Harm Schneider. Joseph . L. Irvin: all of Wa-Keeney, Kansas; and James K. Pugh, of Ellis. Kansas. -.. - i x . 1L lit. r-iij. itt'Kisier. -Notice for Publication No. 12804. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, July ia,lM01. f Notice is hereby given that .the following named settler has tiled notice of her Inten tion to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made lie- lore tne ttegister ana Keceiver or tne v. . Land office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, "on September 7, 1U01. viz: JJellie E. Itoser, formerly Nellie E. Sweet. Homestead Entry No. for the south west quarter of section 30. township 11 south, range S3, west of the 6th P. M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: John S. Kelley, Edward W. LaEue. William Lemke and Charles W. Sweet; all of Wa Keeney, Kansas. I. T. PCRCELL. Register. Noticefor Publication No. 12803- United States Land Office, I AVa-Keeney. Kans., July 13, 1901. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of hts inten tion to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver of the U. S Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on August 38, 1901, viz- Thomas Schimkowitsch, nomestead Entry No. 23?35 f or the northeast quarter of section 13. township 12 south, range 35. west of the 6th p. m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upou and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Frank A. Krhut and James M. Zman. of Collyer. Kansas; Albert Spena and Joseph J. Keraus, of Wa-Keeney. Kansas. I. T. PUKC ELL. Register." United States Land Office Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Public Land Sale (Isolated Tract ) Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of instructions from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under autlio:ity vested in him by section 3455. Kev. Stat.. V. S. as amended by the act of Oongt-ess ap proved February Jitt. 1S95. we will proceed to offer at public sale on the loth day of August. WJl. at I his office, the following tract of land, to-wit: Tho west half of northwest quarter of section 14. township 11 south, range 21. west of the 6th P. .M . Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are advised to file their claims in this office on or before the day above designated for the commenc ment of said sale, otherwise their rights will uy rorreitou Dated July 11, 1901. i . r. F. V PURt'EIJi. TJejrister. KINW, l.oe;iver. WANTED TIiriSTWOUTIIY MEN" AND women to travel and advertise for old estab lished house of solid financial standing. Sal ary $7fU a year and expenses, all payable In Cafdi. -"o canvassing required. Give refer ences and enclose self-add resscd -stamped envelope. Address Munaer, , aoa Caxton Bids- Chicago -- - FOR SALE. East half Section 24, Township 13, Range 26 in Gove county. - Plenty of living water and bottom land. $350.00 cash buys the half section. For Information address . WORLD, Wa-Keeney, Kan. MARBLE and GRANITE JVIl " All diseases of the rectum treated on a positive Guarantee, and no money accepted tintn patient is cured. Send for rem to4- pagm tMth: a treaties on rectal diseases, and hundreds of testimonial letters. Talnable t- anvone afluT-d. Aiso our 43 pag book for women; both sent free. Address, Drs. THORN! OK & MINOR, 10th & Oat Sts., Kansas City.'MO; B-V:HBTMirS?JM7&fiW..---fl a .01 & 103 West 9ih St., Kansas City, Bo.(y,bh.) - The Old Reliable Doctor. Oldest In Ago and Longest Located. A Regular Craduate in Kiedlclne Over 27 Years Special ... Practice. 22 Years In Kansas City. , Atrthorlze-l by tne state to treat Chronic, Ncrmn and 5 pedal Diseases. Cures gu&r;.nt td cr money refunded. All xrtt.ieine3 f umishen rtwyluru no mercury or injurious m dcines used. No detention from business. Pa tients st a distance treated hy maii a nl rprcss. Medicines sent everywhere 1 reefrom gaze or breaKiee. No medicines sent C O. cniy bv agreement. Charges low. Over eo.COJ cases cured. State your case and send lor terms. Consultation freo and confidential, personally or by letter. CAtninal VVAalnpcc irtrl OSriTlIDclI VT CatVIlCSiS UHU Sexual . Debility, Stshfui follvapdexcosses csnslog losses by dreams or with urine, pimples and blwtches on the face, rushes of blood to the head, pains in -M bashfnlneaa, aversion to society, loss of sex- m ul power, wh ui biku iwhi, cm., guicu iui lite, lean stop mgn jotsea, mwn tost sexual power, nerve and brain power, en large and strengthen w&k parts asd maiie yon fit for marriage. Cwiflilie thatterrfble disease, in all OjUillllSi its forms and stages, cured for life. ' BlAod Poisoning, Skin Diseases, Ulcers. Sweilirurs. Sores, Gonorrhoea and Gleet, and all lorms of Private Diseases, positively cured or tnoirey refunded. C.Ss4-radically cared w without SW4.U1 s the use of instruments.- A New and Infallible Homo Treatment. Ho 15,000 ACRES .- - of Improved Land in Ellsworth County, Kan., for sale on Easy Terms. For full information address E. W. Wellington, 5-11 Ellsworth, Kan. UNION PACIFIC lands: C. C. BLACK, Agent. Wa-Keeney, Hays City, Ellis. W. H. Swiggett, Assistant Agent, Wa-Keknky. - Kans. W. H . Swiggett. Abstractor of Titles. Bonded in the sum of $5,000. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. C. J. FERRIS & CO. " OEALE&S A.- Furniture and ... . .... Funeral Supplies. I will furnish everything in the line of Undertaking that can be found anywhere. All calls answered day or night. .... FRANK WOLLNER, DEALER V. Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Oranges, Lemons and other fruits. Candies, "tobacco and cigars. These goods are all fresh and clean. We want your produce W. s; GORRELL, - . Well Contractor. Wells made and cas ing furnished. Wind mills and pumps re paired. Houses moved.. Leave orders at Moser's Jewelry store. A. A. HOOV1SK. WM. RICHMOND. ELI Ed GRIT HE: MIT HAYS CI l'Y, KAN. We are prepared to put up any size Monument in Marble or Granite. We guarantee all our work. . WM. RICHMOND,. Mgr. , pain and noeipcuare. No caustics, cutting, t boueies or sounds. No detention from bu- ners. Tnousands cured. A permanent cure fruaranteed or money refunded. Send stamp for book, which fully explains tLis disease. n -;l:"'arrl'd v'DS in the v s IVAILClb- scrotum caustr-g ner vous debility, weakness cf the sexual sys tem, etc.. nermanentlv cured without pain. n Hydroceie- maropKyoi mescroiuin, Eh i rrt nci c s0 book cured in ale till nHJS15"i1J, without pain. Book for both sexes. So paces, 27 pic tiimi tme to life, with full de scription of above diseases, the effects and cure, sent sealed la plain wrapper tor six cents m stamps. i-ree museum of Anatomy for men- crrica uoens: 8 a. St. 1 0 8 p. sr. Svndcye. 10 to 12 Thousands of curiosities A sermon without words. I -'.'- -... ' " ... . - . - .- - - - ..- 1 - ' .: