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' ' . KANSAS.
The following township tickets were
nominated at the Republican caucuses
Commissioner Third District Otto
Young, franklin township.
Trustee F. W.King.
Clerk Charles Cross.
Truesurer D. J. Wilson.
Justices of the Peace G.- W. Sta
plin and High Randall.
Constables C. M. Loflin and Sari
Road Overseer F. A. Furbeck.
Trustee Wm. Lorimer.
Clerk George York.
Treasurer Pat Gubbins.
Trustee W. F. Henry.
..Clerk Albert Rhein.
Treasurer George Kelly.
Justice of the Peace C. M. Bell.
Trustee Ed. Chalk.
Clerk -C. E. Shinquin.
Treasurer Cliff Baker.
Constables R. Forrester, George
Boad Overseers, District No. 1. R.
Horac. 2so. 2. J. E. McCall. No 3.
George Kulp. No. 4. W. D. Ste
phens. No. 5. Will Walker.
Trustee James W. Tunnell.
Clerk Arch Hays.
Treasurer Frank Smith.
Justice of the Peace Theo John
son. Constable Japtha Browning.
Yon Know What You Ara Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every Dome snowing
it is symply Iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure. No pay.
If a paper is Republican we want it
it good, and strong, no dish water
kind Republican principles are right
and no Republican editor should sup
port theni in a half hearted way. One
thing the Herald prides itself on is
that not a single issuecan be read any
length of time witiiout finding out its
politics. Now and then a Republican
paper can be found that says but little
on politics, but it is more from the
fact such editors know' but little on
such topics than anything else. Clyde
Shake, your head is level, your sand
abundant and your liver is doing the
correct thing by you. We are new in
the newspaper business and do not de
sire to advise tlje old wheel horses
how to run their papers. However,
we have read a few papers, have had
several years experience In political
affairs and we believe the Republi
cans in anv muntr in t,)ie Kt.at.A will
--cheerfully support an uncompromis
ing, stalwart Republican" paper. A
wishy-washy, mugwump paper run
under the thin disguise of Repub
licanism, is a libel and a burden on
the party, and the sooner it goes over
to the enemy or turns up its toes the
better. The same rule may be applied
-to the opposition papers." A mug
wump demo-pop paper is just as loath
some as a half-breed Republican
paper. Scratch the editor cn the
back and you will find a coward or a
mercenary chump who is aiming to
catch a few six-months-for a-quarter
Republican subscribers. Such a pa
per usually has no friends that are
lasting, or no enemies, and when it
curis up, there is not enough who
mourn its departure to make a decent
funeral procession. Bellville Tele
scope. This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
th. remedy that cam a eM tat etaye day
Ch as Ward has Quit barber ing and
is now clerking for II. M. Davidson.
$2.50 to $4.25.
3.50 to 6.45.
1.60 to 3.50.
1.40 to 4.95.
1.00 to 10.00.
1.25 to 3.50.
Pay us we need coin.
Fresh pork at Baker's.
Pickled pork at Baker's.
"Come to us for job work.
"Subscribe for the World.
Clias Horac made a business trip to
Ellis last Monday.
A. S. McClure was down from Buffa
lo Park, Tuesday.
Commissioners meet next Monday
in regular session.
Mrs. H. E. McCormick. went to El
lis, Monday evening, to make a little
The Hays bana passed through town
Monday enroute to Denver to play for
Wanted 350 head of cattle to
winter. Ed. Timma, Scio, Graham
Swisher brothers, of the south side,
proved up on 320 acres of school laud
The editor of the Independent and
family ride in one of the finest turn
outs in Wa-Keeney.
Mr. and Mrs Swan Pearson were up
from Riverside last Mouday trading
with our merchants.
Master Rex Morgan left Tuesday
morning for Topeka to visit his broth
er William and family.
Quite a number of Wa-Keeney folks
attended the Auderson-Beusou wed
ding at Ogallah, Thursday.
County Attorney Nelson has pur
chased the Sam Swiggett farm 'west
of town. Consideration $1,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Toole, of. Ban
ner, departed Monday eveuiug for
Denver to take iu the carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chalk remember
ed us with some nice melons and veg
etables last, week for which they have
Three dentists have Dilled to be in
W'p-Keeuey on certain dates, but none
of them came. What's the matter
Court convened Tuesday morning
and was in session till" Wednesday
evening. An adjourned term will be
held October 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cross, of Glen
coe township, were shopping in Wa
Keeney last Friday. Mr. Cross made
this office an agreeable call.
Chas Scott, passenger and freight
agent at Palco, Kans.. was in Ogailah
and Wa-Keeney the first or the week.
He made this office an agreeable call.
Mrs. F. M. Morgan returned from
her New York ttip Friday uight. She
reports a delightful time, but was
glad to get back to sunny Kansas
OttoColborg, of Riverside township,
was a county seat visitor last Mouday
and made us an appreciated visit. He
is farming 225 acres of land and is
taking care of 200 head of stock.
George Young writes from Penden
nis, Kansas: Am doing a good busi
ness this season; wheat crop was very
good; feed crop fair. Mr. Young re
mits 92 to pay his subscription to
Last Sunday Miss Bertha Jeffers
and Charles Lofstead were married at
the home of Mayor Gibson. Rev. I. H.
Clemons officiating. These young
people are well and favorably known,
and the World witli their many
friends extend congratulations.
Hal Jones writes from Hutchinson,
Kans., to his father that he was mar
ried, Saturday, September 28, to a lady
of that city. Also that he has $uit
work at the state reformatory and has
a good job in a planing mill. Hal's
friends here join with World in wish
ing them muchhappinessand prosper
2" Bring your job work to us.
Men's medium weight shoes from - 1.00 to 2.25.
Men's plow shoes - - - 1.00
Men's fine dress shoes, enameled calf - - $3. 50.
Men's fine dress shoes, valore calf - - 3. 50.
Men's fine dress shoes, box calf, kid lined - 3. 50.
Watch this space
The American House is undergoing
repairs this week.
T. D. Hiskey has rented the house
vacated by Prof. Shearer's family. ,
Hugh Elliott, of north of Collyer,
was a county seat visitor last Wednes
day. Willie Shinquin, Willie Lucas and
Frank Inscho are. in Denver hunting
Go to C. J. Ferris for your carpets
and wall paper. New samples just
Mrs. F. W. King's mother, Mrs.
Hughes, from Dighton, visited her
this week. "
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Drummond left
last Sunday evening for Denver for a
week's visit. -
Mrs. Shearer and children left Tues
day morning forllalstead, Kan , their
Bert McKnight. of Banner, was in
the city, Wednesday, interviewing
We noticed a large flock of geese
flying south Sunday evening. Prepare
for cold weather.
James Feeney boarded the ..train
here last Sunday evening for Denver
on a short visit to friends.
. Lou Gleason took his position be
hind the couuters of the Trego Mer
cantile Co's. establishment last Mon
day. O. W. Lab man and G. W. Tunnell
were in Hays, Wednesday, being ex
amined for an increase in their pen
sions. Diebold is thinking of trading for
the barn opposite his elevator and
starting " a "free lunch" stand for
Otis Kessler proved up on his home
stead in Collyer township last Satur
day. Era Hitt and L. S. Myerly were
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sommerville en
tertained their nephew, George Allen,
last Sunday, who was on the way to
his home in Norton county.
M. R. Grapes, of Weedman, 111.,
who has been threshing southwest
of town for several years, shipped his
outfit back to Illinois the first of the
A. B. Cooper has . traded for the
barn south of the track, and if lie
should conclude to start a livery sta
ble he would give ,all competitors a
"merry chase." 11
Dan. McKnight, of Banner, was in
the citv last-Wednesday. He return
ed from his visit to Indiana Thursday
a week ago, looking very much im
proved in health.
As I go to Osborne to attend Pres
bytery this week there will not be the
usual preaching services next Sabbath,
October 6, at the Presbyterian church.
W. B. Brown, Pas ton.
The Kansas City Journal says: John
Dawson, bond clerk in the state treas
ury, is gobbling up all the gold land
in the Trego district that he can get
hold of. He is satisfied gold is there.
Word was received by some of Miss
Ollie Plummer's friends that her mar
riage took place on September Mb,
and that a little latter they will move
to the Pacific coast where they will
T. W. Bundy remembered the
World's family with a handsome Mo
rocco bound volume of Shep's Library
collection. The book is a beauty and
Tom has our sincere thanks for so
nice a gift. '
- J. R. Wilson sent Agent Scheafer
and the editor a crate of peaches from
Kansas City to be divided on Tuesday
morning. Mr. Scheafer and the edir
tor are very grateful for being remem
bered and promise J. R, when the
eventful occasion comes off, to lead
the grand march and kiss the bride.
for Bed Rock Prices.
Ernest Jesse was up from Franklin
last Saturday and made us an agree
Mrs. C. C. Bestor entertained the
Ladies' Sewing society at tea Thurs
County Clerk Phares just completed
one of the best rabbit houses in the
west. It has eight looms and a runa
way 8 feet long by 3 feet wide for each
room. He tiiinks he can raise enough
meat for his family. .
We understand that Ellermeyer has
rented the livery south of the track,
which gives him full control of the
livery business of the city or in com
mon "parlance" he has formed a trust.
This is one trust formed outside of
Rudolph Horac, Sr., died at the
home of Charles Thiel in Collyer town
ship, Thursday night a week ago. He
died suddenly and Coroner Esclier held
an inquest composed of the following
jurrymen: A. B. Cooper, J. J. Keraus,
D. S. Myerly, C. C. Hickman, Pat Gub
bins and John Stewart. Dr. Jones
made a thorough examination, after
which the jury found that his death
was caused by heart failure. Mr.
Horac was over "0 years of age, was a
bachelor, and made his home with
Charles Thiel The remains were laid
to rest in the cemetery one mile south
Of Collyer last Saturday.
' County Sunday School Convention.
. The annual convention of the Sun
day Schools of the 1st, district will be
held at Ogallah, on Sunday, October
20th. Following is the program:
10:30 Opening exercises John Har
rison. ' ...
10:45 Study of lesson for the day
11:15 Address by State Secretary J.
12:00 Basket dinner.
2:00 Prayer and song service Frank
2:15 Why we do have Sunday School
. John Saleen.
2:30 Home department work J. H.
-Engle. , .
3:30 How the State association helps
the individual Sunday school.
3:45 Children's hour Mrs. John. All
8:00 Prayer and song service J. C.
8:15 Normal drill- J. n. Engle.
M. M. Powers.
HEREFORD BULLS FOR SALE-
. 15 head purerbred yearlings.
4 high-grade yearlings. "
21 pure-bred bull calves.
15 grade bull calves.
Also several pure-bred . cows and
Dry weather prices for 60 days. " -W.
Eg"Ranch 10 miles northwest of town.
. PUBLIC SALE i
The undersigned will sell at public
sale at bis farm in Ogallah township
on Wednesday. October' 9th, at 10
o'clock a. in., the following . property:
28 young range cows, 15 good milk
cows, 1 high grade Holstein milk cow.
8 one-year-old heifers, 15 one-year-old
steers, 10 steer calves, 10 heifer calves,
1 three-year-old thoroughbred Short
Horn bull. 1 spaa of work horses,
weight 1400, 1 good work mare. Farm
implements and household goods.
S FOR SALE COLUMN
- For Sale The northeast quarter
section 23-13-23 in Trego county. In
quire of John A. Nelson. -
To Trade for Trego land Four room
bouse, half acre of fruit trees and half
acre for garden in the town of Princ
ton. Mo. Address L. King, Princton,
Men's fine dress shoes, Kangaroo
Children's shoes from $1.00 to -Men's
hats, "Globe" brand
Men's hats, "Stateman" brand
Men's hats, ' 'Thoroughbred" brand
N. L. MOORE.
Low Rate Excursions
all Summer via
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
During the coming summer the Bur
lington 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,
or else do -us the favor to write , for
rates, descriptive matter, etc.
Cheap Summer Tours West Daily to
Colorado. Utah and Black Hills, also
Homeseekers' excursions every two
weeks to the whole West and North
Cheap Excursions East Very low
round trip rates to the Buffalo Expo
sition, the Sea Shore, : Adirondack,
Canada, Michigan Lakes, Mackinaw;
a thousand eastern resorts; fine lake
and rail trips east, via Chicago, De
Cheap Excursions North Every day to
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Lake Super
ior resorts; the coolest recreative
Ask for the Burlington's Summer
excursion rate circulars.
California Excursions personally con
ducted every Wednesday from St.
Louis, every Ttiursdsy from Kansas
City and St. Joseph.
Write us for rates and printed mat
ter describing the proposed trip.
ft- H. CROZIER, L. W. WAKELEY,
r. P. A., 823 Main St , Qen'l Pass. Agent,
Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo
St. Louis, Mo
Union Pacific Time Table.
I Eastern limited Due T:13 a. m
i Kansas City Fast Line Hue 10:45 i. in
13 ...9:4l(ii. m
I Fast Express Due 3:05 a. m
I Denver & Pacific Coast Init'd Du-8:5 d. m
11 : 1:38 p. m
Tickets sold and liaecaup cheeked to all
joints in United states and Canada.
G. C. Schaefer. Agent.
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All diseases of the Tectum treated on positive Guarantee, and no money accepted until
patient is cured. for fre 104 pact a treaties on rectal disea--ea, and hundreds of
testimonial letters, valuable tj anvone aftictd. Aao our 48 frag bok for mromtn; both sent
free. Address. Dr. THODNTOM A MINOff. ifrfh Xi Ctoc Uc Kanjtas Citv. M-v
0! & 103 West Sih St., Kansas City, Bo. ffiSZ.)
Trie Old Reliable Doctor. Oldest in Age and Longest Located.
A Regular Graduate In Medicine. Over 27 Years Special
Practice. 22 Years In Kansas City.
Authorized by the state to treat Chronic. Nervous and 5pedsl Diseases.
Cares RUi.rnt td or money refunded. Ail meuicines 1 umlshed rea-y tv o
- no mercury or injurious m tiicino usfd. No detention from business. Pa
tients at a distance treated ly mailsnd rpress. MealcincsRfnteverywhere
f resfrssa gaxe or breakage. No medicines sentC. O. !., enly hr agreement.
Charges low. Over ao.ooo cases cured. &tate your case and send lor terms.
Consultation free and conniientiaL, personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and
folly and excesses eansin? losses by dreams
or wlta nrine. pimples and btuwhes on tne
face, rnsnes of blood to tbe bead, pains In
back, confused ideas and forcetf ulness,
bashrnlness, aversion to society, lowol sex
ual power, loss of manhood, cured for
life. I can stop night loeis. restore lost
sexual power, sterve and brain power, en
large and strenKines. senk parts asd ma&e
yon ftt for marrisga.
CvmhSISc tnstterrrbledlee"e,ln all
its formsand stages, cured
for lire. Blood Poisoning, Skin IieaMs,
TJleers. Swellings, Sores, Gonorrhoea and
Gleet, and all forms of Private Diseases,
positively cured or merer refunded.
Crrirfitra radically cured without
ICturc theuseof instruments. A
New and Infallible Bonu Treatment. K
All old colored woman was "taking
on" yesterday afternoon over the
death of her baby as she was going
from church to the hack, says the
Atchison Globe. A white woman, who
knew her, happened to he passingand
said, sympatheticallv: "Which one of
your children is dead. Aunt Eliza?"'
"The one in the hearse," moaned the
OP INTEREST TO THE FARMERS.
Tire Kansas Farmer and The
World both one year for only $1.35.
The Kansas Parmer published weekly
at Topeka, Kansas, always devoted to
the best interests of western farming'
and stock raising, should be in every
farm household. Sample copy free.
Each issue Is worth $1.00, the price of
a year's subscription. The World
and The Kansas Farmer, botli one
year for only $1.35.
THE TOPEKA DAILY HERALD.
The New Paper at the Capital to Start
on July 1st.
The Topeka Daily Herald will be
gin publication July 1st. It will be a
clean, readable evening newspaper
with all the local, state and general
news. It will be Republican in poli
tics and devoted to the interests of
Kansas. Subscription price by mail,
30 cents per month, $3.60 per year.
Send subscriptions to ,
The Herald, .
Topeka, Kansas. '
WASTED -TRCSTWORTnY MEN AND
women to travel and adverti for old estab
lished house of solid financial standing. Sal
ary S7d0 a year and expenses, all payable in
cash. No canvassing required. Give refer
ences and enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope. Address Manager, a55 Caxton
Mrs. Clara I. Reynolds,
Washing, Ironing, "Mending.
All kinds of sewing.
A. A. HOOVER.
BLUE end GRAY MARBLE COMPANY.
HAYS CITY, KAN.
We are prepared to put up any size
Monument in Marbleor Granite. We
guarantee all our work.
C-Give us a call.
WM. RICHMOND, Mgr.
pain and no e- posure.
i y caustics, camog,
boogies or sounds. No detention from fc tu
nes. Tuonaands cured. A permanent cure
Sruarsnteed or money refunded, bend stamp
or book, which fully explains this disease.
rirnrp)(aei''ar'e' veins in tbs
v ItVwClw- scrotum ceusifff ner-
Tous debility, weakness of the miu1 sys
tem, etc., permanent! v cured without pain.
DU ;m n -J eee boo cured in aew
" iniia""i3 without pain.
ESOOtC tures true to lile. with full de- M
script ion ox above diseases, the ejects and
cure, sent sealed la piain wrapper for aix
cents in stamps.
S m. m. to 9 p. m.
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of Anatomy tor n.n.
Thousand of eurtosi ties
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