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MOOR E' S C A S H S T O R E .
Ri GHT GO ODS AT A L L " R I T E" R R I C
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Notions for lc.
3 dox Ajate buttons. lc
3 long hat pins lc
Gold eyed needle lc
Pios per paper. - lc
Kan't open nooks end eyes lc
' Hair pins per package lc
Large hair ornaments ...lc
Satin baby ribbon per yard lc
Good penholders lc
Red lead pencils with rubber lc
Pencil tablets lc
"Acme" cover knobs lc
Children's handkerchiefs lc
Notions for 2c.
Turkey Red embroidery cotton 8c
Heavy steel thimbles ...2c
Wool arm brands 3o
Mourning pins per bar 3c
N. N. N. six cord eotton thread (3 for 5) 8c
Smoked pearl buttons per doz ...3c
Crochet nooks (bone and steel) 3c
Picture frames (gilt rims) 8c
No. 2 silk ribbon per yard , 8c
Darning cotton (3 for 6c) 3c
Notions for 3 c
25 good en-relopes .' 3c
Needle book (4 pkg needle assorted) ..3c
Men's Astrakhan Caps . . ; 20c
Men's Scotch Caps - . 25c"
Boy's Turbans, knit Scotch wool ; . ; ... - 20c
Bov's Plush Turbans 25c
Boy's Silk Plush Brighton Caps 45c
Boy's heavy Underwear (sizes 26 to 32).. 28c
Floor oil cloth 1 yard wide... . 27c
Floor oil cloth H yards wide , m 40c
Men's Overalls . . ; 40c
Men's Work Shirts .' 45c
Men's Work Shirts double front and back c 47c
Boy's Bibb Overalls 25c
Men's Dress Shirts 25c
Ladies' Mercerized Satteen Petticoats ..- 95c
Ladies' Fur Boas. . ; .... - 95c
Children's Furs (muff and collarette) 1 25
Ladies' Fur Collarettes 1 40
Ladies' Leather Shopping Bags. .-. 22c
L. L. Muslin per yard 5 c
Calicoes per vard . 3ic
Best Cambrics per yard . 4ic
Amoskeag's Apron Ginghams per yard 5 c
Outing Flannels per yard 5 c
Cotton Flannels per yard 5 c
Toweling per yard . 4 c
if Heavy German Calicoes- 9 c
Fine combs
Harmonicas
Tea strainers with long handles...
Nickle plated drawer supporters..
Hairpin cabinet........... ..
Black skirt pins '.
Kirk's Congo Coco soap.... ...... ..
Ink Tablets 1
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Notions for 4c.
Kid carters. 4c
Leather watch, chains........ . ..4c;
Can opener v ....... ...4c
Fine combs lar?e) 4c
Spoon eggr beaters 4c
Iron spoons 4c
IX inch harness strap 4c
Colored crayons (1 colors) - . .4d
Notions for 5 c.
Corset clasps
Dress stays
Shaving brushes
Men's socks ..
Sewing machine oil
Zinc oil can .
Tooth brushes
Lamp burners
Stove books
Buggy whips
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IVA-KEENEY, KANSAS.
ISP-GET OUR PRICES ON SUITS AND OVERCOATS BEFORE BUYING.
MRS. N. L. MOORE.
Shale news quiet.
. Fresh pork at Baker's.
Subscribe for the World,
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving.
Attorney Saum was up from Hays,
Tuesday.
Otto Young was up from Franklin
last Saturday.
Ed. Chalk had a turkey shoot Thurs
day afternoon.
J. V. Leisenring, of Ellis,' was in
the city Thursday.
See Frank Kline for real estate.
Office with World.
Constable Jim Henry, of Ellis, was
in the city Tuesday.
Frank Smith was up from Riverside
Tuesday on school land business.
Cottage organs, the best in the
land, for sale bv C. J. Ferris.
W. D. Caskey, of Ogallaii, advertises
to prove up on school land December 7.
Lard is selling for 14 cents. The
scarcity of corn seems to be the cause.
Mrs. T. 11. Moore has been on the
eick list several days due to a sprained
back.
J. H. Murphy will give a turkey
shoot next Tuesday at his home on
Big creek.
The R. R. company is prospecting
for water south of "Verbeck & Lucas'
coal sheds.
John R. Wilson has purchase the
Mrs. Stonex property north of the
courthouse.
C. Fountain was over from Graham
county over Wednesday night on cat
tle business.
Pete Zawodsky's brother from Ozier,
Colo., was a guest of the American
House this week.
We are pleased to note that Rey.
Hichraan has been reappointed post
master at Collyer.
Judge Tunnell was up from the
Smoky Tuesday and informs us that
be sold his ranch again.
Episcopal services at the Presby
terian church, Sunday, November 24,
at 11 a. m J. II. Lee, Rector.
Johnnie Sims arrived from Colorado
Springs, Friday morning, and is the
guest of Hon. I. T. Purcell.
-
Wednesday was the first break in
thet-perfect weather that we have
been having for over two week.
Last Sunday closed a series of meet
ings held in the M. E. church. Many
say that Rev. Miller is a man of much
ability. ' - '
Mrs. Wm. Sommerville has been a
little under the weather, but are glad
to say at this writing that she is feel
ing much better. - -
C. C. Black, U. P. Land agent with
headquarters at Hays, was in the city
several days on business. He made
us an agreeable call.
Probate Judge Clift made Mr. Cbas.
Scott and Miss Bertha Goodwin, both
of Ransom, faappv, by uniting them
in marriage, Wednesday.
The Independent called us a. liar
last week, and we'll retaliate by stat
ing that the pop editor was full of
"prunes" wheu he penued the "Two
To One." - ' . ' i
Frank Kline, the real estate man,
lias a card in this tissue. Mr. Kline
searched the town over to rent an of
tioe out none was ty be had, so we let
have him the rear room to our office
until he can find an office on the main
street.
Henry Spena spent several days in
Ellis county last week and his friends
say that Henry will soon take unto
himself one of Ellis county's fairest
daughters.
David Havs and wife, of Almena,
Kansas, who have been visiting with
A. J. McCollum and family for the
last three weeks, returned home Mon
day morning. ' '
W. S. Mead has settled on 160 acres
of school land in Graham county. . He
has built a sod house and stable on it
and intends to spend most of the win
ter in Graham
Hon, John S. Dawson came up from
Topeka last Sunday .and in company
with H. F. Kline and Bailey brothers
drove to the Smoky to explore the
shale banKS. John was so well pleas
ed with the looks of the shale that on
Monday he purchased 40 acres of it.
George I. VerbecKs's mammoth
store had a narrow escape from the
fire fiend about 3 o'clock Friday after
noon. Mr. Smith stepped on the head
of a match and in a second several
cotton batts were ablaze, but several
buckets of water extinguished the
fire.
Young Gordon, charged with assist
ing his father to evade the sheriff,
had his trial before Justice Groft last
Tuesday, before a jury of twelve men.
County Attorney Nelson appeared for
the state and Attorney Hutzel for the
boy. The jury was out all night and
agreed to disagree. They stood eight
for acquittal and four for conviction.
As soon as the boy learned of the
jury's disagreement he jumped onto
his nag and hiked out to hunt his dad.
The sad news reached us Tuesday
of the death of Frank Ford, only son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ford, former
residents of this city, who have the
heartfelt sympathy of their many
friends here in their bereavement.
James Frank Ford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Ford, was born in Trego
county, Kansas, July 14, 1888. With
his parents he removed to Rush coun
ty in 1898, and to Emporia, Kansas, in
1900, where he died October 31, 1901,
at the age of 13 years, 3 months and
17 days. On October 17, he was taken
with fever and inflammation and grew
steadily worse, until death relieved
his sufferings. McCrackeu Enter
prise. On Monday afternoon and evening
a man' with three small boys and an
little girl five years old gave an exhi
bition on the street in the way of
music, singing and dancing. It seems
to us that such proceedings are a dis
grace and a shame. A great lazy man
making a living off of four small
children none of whom looked strong
enough to stand the exposure to
which they are subjected. The little
girl had a wonderful voice and has
been" forced to use it in such a manner
that she will soon lose it entirely.
The act was bad enough itself and the
people who go and look on and en
courage and permit it, are as guilty of
as much a sin as the father who is
willing to start his family on a down
ward road fco ruin. -
- For Sale. -
Bronze turkeys. Price until Decem
ber 15, $1.00 each. May and June
turkeys, will weigh from 16 to 18 lbs.
',.- ' A. J. McCOLLTTM,
8 miles northwest of town on Saline.
Literary.- '
The people of the Valley, District
No. 19, are reauested to be present at
the school house Tuesday evening,
November 26, for the purpose of or
ganizing a Literary society.
- From the Hill City Recorder.
Mrs. Ella Walker and Mrs. Frank
Walker, of Wa-Keeney, were visiting
A. C. Lewis and family this week.
Upon motion, upon request Trego
countv was allowed to use the pile
driver upon the condition that they
pay $1.00 per day from the time they
get it until they return it.
The hottest men in the county right
now are those who were induced to
shelf their vote by voting for Eich
man. One remarked in our hearing
that hereafter he expected to vote the
straight Republican ticket.
Program for Teachers' Assciatlon
Dec. 2!, 1901, at 1:30 p-m.
Music.
Roll call Response School Room
Devices.
Reading of Secretary's Report.
"How to Teach Reading in the Pub
lic Schools" Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8
R. W. Blakeley.
Paper "The Golden Belt Associa
tion" T. A. Bailey.
"History of Education" Pages 86 to
111 and Review of "Civic Education"
W. C. P Rhoades.
Music.
Subjects limited to twenty minutes.
By order of Committee.
SCHOOL REPORTS.
Report of school District 26, for
month ending November 8, 1901:
Number of days taught, 20; enroll
ment, 21; attendance in days, 350;
average daily attendance, 174. Those
neither absent nor tardy during the
month: Gracie, Lucy and Archie
Hays, Nellie and Florence Greer.
Those not absent but tardy once: El
len,. Earnest and Molissie Gilbert and
Chester Hays. The visitation of pat
rons and any others interested is al
ways in order. E. P. Curtis,
. . . Teacher.
Report of Adair school for mouth
ending November 2nd: Total enroll
ment to date, 19: attendance in days,
264; average daily attendance 14:
cases of tardiness, 10. Rosetta Lom
bard was neither absent or tardy. Pu
pils tardy but not absent: Bessie, Les
lie and Nettie Brabb.
Barbara Ivan, Teacher.
Holiness Meeting.
The Ness County Holiness associa
tion will hold their next meeting at
Bethel, December 7, 1901. Toe fol
lowing is the program: '
10:00 a. m. Song, prayer and praise
A. J. Gullett.
10:30 How can we increase attend
ance E. P. Curtis.
11:00 Sermon Rev. R. L. Greer fol
lowed by altar service.
12:00 Basket dinner
1:30 p. m. Testimony and how to give
it E.J. Badgley
2:15 Bible reading Mrs. Mary All
man. 3:00 Have I been benefited to-day?
Congregation. ' -3:15
Sermon Rev. Funk.
4 MM) Business. -
E. J. Badolet, Secretary. -
NOTICE! "
I will prosecute any person deposit
ing the carcass of any dead animal on
the southeast quarter of section 8,
township 12 south, range 23 west, ad
joining town on the west.
1 . Johh A. Nelson.
Good fresh beef at Baker's.
Pickled pork at Baker's.
Smoked hams at Baker's.
Colorado potatoes $1.00 per bushel
at Verbeck's. -
Fat hogs wanted about 200 pounds
in weight at Geo Baker's.-
Big- Creek News.
Fine pleasant weather. ,
Wheat is beginning to need moist
ure. Messrs. Holman and Mixer are back
from Emporia.
Tom Feezor has gone to seek his
fortune in the wild and wooly west.
Rumor has it that Dorsey Fulton
has quite an attack of rheumatism.
Frank Furbeck and Bill Jenks have
gone away on a trapping expedition.
Laurence Callahan has a job as
water boy for a gang of Itallians at
Ellis.
'Tis said that Joe Herbert has
bought section 13-13-21. Considera
tion $3,840.
The U. P. Co. Is filling in and level
ing up the ground around the new
depot at Ellis.
Twenty-five or more of John Lof
lin's turkey gobblers have strayed
away from home.
PROGRAM
Of. the Sixtli Annual Session of the
Golden Belt Educational Association.
Court House, Wa-Keeney, Kan., No
vember 29 to 30, inclusive.
FRIDAY, Nov. 29, 9:30 A. m. .
Music ...Wa-Keeney
Invocation lie v. Clemons
Address of welcome Hon. I. T. Purceil
Kesoonse auut. G. E. Alliin
Piano solo Prof. BIssinK
Address by president Supt. C A. Strong
Vocal solo Miss Hartz
Appointment or committees.
Enrollment of members.
Informal introductions, renewing of old ac
quaintances, etc.
FRIDAY, 2 P. M.
Piano and violin duet
Prof. Bissir.g and Miss Hartz
Paper: -'The Normal School at Hays Oily"
Supt. J. E. Crawford
Discussion: Miss Swisher
Miss Gilbert
Paper: 'What Keformations are Needed in
Our Institutes?" Anna B. Rupperithal
Discussion: .' Frank Irwin
Hudson Harlan
Music Wa-Keeney
raper: tr roiessionai courtesy
Sunt. J. K. Bickerdrke
Discussion: Supt. E. L. Wickiser
'. fiarrie L. Walker
FRIDAY, 7:30 P. M.
Piano and violin duet .'
Prof. Hissing and Miss Hartz
vocal soio juitcneii
SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 9:00 A. M.
Music... Elizabeth Sutcliffe
Prayer ltev. Uunckel
Paper: "Some Needed Reformation in
School Taxation" CJ. C Halsey
Discussion: bupt. J. VV. Gordon
W. S. Kreigti
Paper: 'The Lesson in Spelling Learned
. from the Anicust Examination in Or-
tbograDhy" . Supt. H. 1-Joover
jjiscussion: .a. vvooamansee
Addie Long
Music Nellie Fritz
Paper: "Reference Libraries in Our Schools"
Laura J. Finley
Discassion: B. B. Bacon
- T. W. Wells
Paper: "Duties of the New Text Book Com
mission" D. Smith
Discussion: -. . W. H. Hoskinson
Supt. Hattie J. Kirbv
Ujleneral discussion.
SATURDAY, 2:00 P. M.
Music ..Wa-Keeney
Discussion State R. C. Work: How con
ducted? Count v Superintendents view. -
Paper: "Writing Vertical or Slant?"
Vertical ....Florence McCmcken
Slant E. H. Heath
Reading ..Etha Scriven
Paper: "Discipline as a Measure of Success"
Daisy Zeininger
Discussion; Josephine Andreas
E R Shearer
Paper: A Just 'System of Marking"
F. W. Henlcksraan
Discussion: . , E. E. Hinjes
Minnie Healer
Music s. Ellis
Paper: "County Gradual ion"
Supt: Maggie Toiie
Discussion; . : Supt. !.". C. Smith
: ..Millie Stradal
SATURDAY. 7:30 P. M.
Mnslc "America'. .; sso lilim
Music t VVa-Kiseney
"Our State Agricultural College"
: Sunt. E. T. Fairchild
Questions and General Discussion.
Reading ....Jennie I.. Frltts
Music... E. E. Mitchell
"The Furure-of the Common School"
Asst. rtale Supt. D. to . Little
Discussion: .. v. S. 1' -in
Music v.... Wj-k ea j
Bev. I). M. Fisk.of Topeka. who will lect
ure to the' Association. Is conceded to be one
of the deepest thinkers in Kansas. No teach
er can afford to miss this lecture. Admission
35 cents. '
Her maiden name was Pearl Eliza
beth Morse, and she was the daughter
of Horace F. and Belle Morse, the lat
ter now being Mrs. J. W. Brown She
was born at Shenandoah, Iowa, No
vember 11, 1875. When a child her
parents moved back to Abingdon, and
a few years afterwards to Wa-Keeney,
Kansas, and afterwards to Washing
ton Territory and Oregon and finally
to Pueblo, Colo., where she was woed
and won by her husband Lawrence
Roy Neargarder.
They were united in marriage at
Pueblo. Colo., January 22, 1892, and
their wedded life was blissful and
happy. Three children were born to
them, one dying in infancy. Two lit
tle boys, Russel Dawdyand Merl Wil
son, with the bereaved husoand sur
vive. Mrs. Neargaraer was of a happy and
cheerful disposition. Mentally she
was bright, refined and an interesting
conversationalist. She, when young
was fond of travel, and, owing to the
migratory moods of her parents, her
girlhood was crowded with varied and
shifting scenes. The beautiful and
sublime in nature were fascinating
to her and she was enamored with the
beauteous mountain streams and flow
ers, and touched. by the grandeur of
the great canyons, the lofty crags and
towering peaks.
In girlhood she was attracted easily
by superb oratory and was an enthu
siast with respect to faultless dra
matic reading. She once took train
ing in elocution and wonaDemorest
medal in a declamatory contest at
Wa-Keeney, Kansas, in 1889.
She was deeply attached to her
schoolmates at various places where
they lived, and she kept up and great
ly enjoyed an epistleatory correspond
ance with them after she had arrived
at womanhood. She was ever glad to"
hear of them and of their success.
The funeral was at the Christian
church on Saturday afternoon when a
solemn gathering met to pay the last
tribute of homage and listen to the
sermon of the pastor:'
. After the funeral, the mourners and
friends followed the hearse to the city
cemetery where the beautiful white
casket containing all that was mortal
of Pearl Morse Neargarder was ten
derly lowered into the grave.- -Abingdon
(111.) Argus. .
Pay us we need coin.
rfe3Bring your job work to us.
fi. F. KLINE.
Real Estate.
Notary Public.
Collections and Rents Attended to
for Non-Residents-
Office with World.
. WA-KEENEY - - KANSAS.
SHERMAN GRAVEL
Concerning which so much has been said, is a
disintegrated mica granite. It has been
chemically prepared by the great fires of
. nature in prehistoric days, so as to grad
ually weld together with all the flexibili
ty of asphalt and the durability of gran
ite. The granite is quarried at Sherman,
Wyo., on the Union Pacific, and used
on that road for ballest. Travelers over
the Union Pacific therefore, escape the
dust and dirt which makes a trip over the
lines of its less fortunate rivals so annoy
ing.
NO DUST.
NO DIRT. NO JARRING.
Smooth arid Easy Riding.
For full information call on or address
GEO. SCHftEFFEftV
Agtut.
;r.uncuad.,ui:iTE
i.I:0JTS.
Death of a Former Wa-Keeney Young
Lady.
The death of Mr-. Nearearder oc
curred at her home south of Abing
don, after a short illness, on Thursday
morning about 9 o'clock. - '
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A. A. HOOVEU. WM. ISiCHMOJiD.
BLUE OEfl 6RHY MARBLE COMPflSY.
HAYS CITY, KAN.
We are prepared to pnt up any size
Monument in MnrMeor Granite. We
guarantee all our work.
0"Give us a call.
WM. RICHMOND, Mgr.

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