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Fresh pork at Baker's. . Pickled pork at Baker's. Last Monday was pension day. Len Johnson was up from Ellis on Thursday. The new meat market has an ad. in this issue. tfncle Billy Sommerville spent Wed nesday in Hays. Miss Florence Diebold visited in Hays this week. It is rumored that wedding bells will ring shortly. Mrs. A. B. Jones is visiting in Ne braska this week. J. Briggs, Sr.,. of south of Collyer, was in the city Monday on business. The Republican county central committee meets today August 9. Supt. Kreigh, of Gove oounty, was in the city Monday and visited the Normal. Mrs. A. Re tan is expected home Saturday evening after an extended visit to Hew York state. J. A. Wright of Banner was in the county seat Monday and reports crops in good condition but needing rain. John S. Dawson, H. J. Harwi and Ben Smith prominent Hill Cityites were the guests of Frank Kline Fri day of this week. Mrs. Upshaw and bright sons of St. Louis are visiting Grandpa and Grand ma Sommerville. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lahman the first of the week. I. T. Purcell departed Tuesday even ing to eujoy the mountain scenery for about three week. He will make stops at Denver, Salt Lake, and Lara mie. He promised us a mess of moun tain trout. Fob Sale 50 acres of sorghum, kafflr corn and millet in the field. Good range close by for cattle. Also good team, weight about 1000 lbs. each. Chas Spitznaugle, 10 miles west of town. A lady in this city asked General Utility Dickey if he was ever married? Dickey replied that be had married "misfortune's eldest daughter and was trying to get a divorce from her but he could't." An interesting game of ball was played here last Friday . between the Hill City "Mabies" and Tregolia, the game was one of the exciting Kind, but resulted in an easy victory for the "Mabies" by a score of 21 to 14. John and Hays Porter, the Wa-Keeney bat tery, did the heavy work for the Tre- golia's. Hill City Reveille. Last Friday Frank Kb rut's thresh ing crew had quite an experience The cylinder blew out and the steam knocked Fred Schwanbeck (the engi neer) about fifteen feet into the air and landed him on his back insensible His injuries, however, proved to be nothing serious and he was very for tunate to escape with nothing worse than a good scare. Last Monday morning Colonel Sel lers purchased the lot of Dr. Jones where his drug store burned about nine years ago, and is having a build ing erected 24x26 two stories high with two rooms on the first floor and four rooms above. One room will be occupied by f Poffenberger's barber shop and the other by W. II. Swiggett as a real estate office, the four rooms above will be occupied by Albert Sel lers as a residence. In Gove county a man by the name of Hall rode into Gove City, register ed at the hotel, and announced as a candidate lor county attorney. Wa Keeney World. That's nothing, "Shorty." A man by the name of Cavanaugh from Wa- Keeney rode into Gove City years aeo. and announced himself as a candidate for county attorney, before getting out of his buggy, and he was elected, too. uove Republican. That's all buncombe, Kent. Didn't several Goveites come to Wa-Keeney and persuaded the old codger to go to Gove and wasn't he appointed county attorney when the county was organ ised, and at the first election held in your county didn't the voters defeat him so overwhelming that he left the county and hasn't been heard from since?. . Dr. M. Jay Brown, Bye, Ear, Throat and Nose Surgeon of Salina, Kansas, will be in Wa-Keeney. August 11th, for the day at the American House. Dr. .Brown has had 18 years active practice in his professional work at Salina and central Kansas. His pro cessional standing is with the highest, and method of business strictly hon orable. If you wish to consult a specialist in his class of work who is competent and prepared for accurate and thor ough examination, call on Dr. Brown, Monday, August 11th at American House. Glasses accurately fitted. . Band concert, Thursday evening, August 21. Mrs. Grant Goble is visiting in Oklahoma. - Mrs. M. K. Courtright has been on the sick list this weeks. Mrs. Chas Sellers visited relatives in Sheridan county last week. The east bound train was four hours late Thursday morning G. I. Veroeck's big ad. in this issue crowds out some of our local items. Goble Bros, are building Colonel Seller's new building on Main street. Dllarl Silver, the south side livery man of Fills was in the city Tuesday. J. C. Buchanan of Ogallah was a county seat visitor Wednesday on. business. Judd Tetter was up from Ogallah on Wednesday and attended the alum ni banquet. The band boys will give a concert Thursday evening, August 21, in the court house. Goble Bros., carpenters, have rent ed the old World building for a car penter shop. Commissioner John Halbleibof Riv erside attended a meeting of the board Monday. Frank Cross was up from Glencoe last Saturday after lumber to finish his new house Charles Kristoff and family, of Blue Rapids, Kan., visited relatives near Colono last week. F. M. Epperly was in from Banner Tuesday and has our thanks for 91 to apply on subscription. A number of our sports will attend the base ball tournament at Hoxie the last week in this months. John R. Gee, of Bloomington, 111., was In the city this week looking up his land interests in Trego. Dr. Snooks was down from Coliyer last Tuesday selling Snook's magnetic liniment. He reports sales good. Gene Woodruff, representing the Hall Li thocranriinff- Co.. of Tnneka. was interviewing our county officials on Thursday. Services at the Baptist church Sun day morning and evening. Fvening subject: "Furniture of the Lord." All teachers cordially invited. I. T. Purcell has purchased the stone building south of Spena & Ke raus' hardware store and will open up a law and real estate office about Sep tember 1st. Mrs. William Riggs, of Banner, was in the city last Wednesday with home made cheese which she sold to our merchants. Mrs. Riggs is the boss cbesse maker of the county. Miss Lydia Sherman of Missouri ar rived in the city Wednesday morning. She was met here by here cousins Miss Rose and Curt Redmond of Ban ner. They remained in town until Friday to attend the graduating exer cises Thursday evening. Last Thursday evening the alumni banquet was held at the court house. Quite a large number were present, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Guessing contests, music and games were participated in. The la dies of the Episcopal church served the refreshments. Notice- . A lecture and recital on "Eugene Field" will be delivered by Mr. Wil ford Clure at the court house on Wed nesday, August 20, at 8 p. m. Mr. Clure is Professor of Oratory in the Kansas State Agricultural college. Every one is cordially Invited. Hattik J. Kirbt, - County Sup't. Competition is tne Life of Trade. My Prick List. Smoked hams 15 c Smoked shoulders 12Jc Breakfast bacon 15 c Lard ...14 c Lard 50 1 o. cans 12ic Fresh pork from 5c to 12c Mutton from ' 7c to I2ic Beef boil from. 6c to 7 c Beef roast 8 c Beef steak.. ....8c to 10 c These prices will continue as long as I have competition and lower if necessary. It has been demonstrated 20 times in the past 24 years that two markets cannot liye here, and I am not ready to did yet. Gbokqk Bakes. Notice. The regular examination for teach ers will be held at the Wa-Keeney school house on Monday and Tuesday, August 25 and 26, at 7:30 a. m. ' Hattib J. Kirbt. . Oounty Sup't. Go the Farmers' store for fresh groceries. In Bestor's old stand For sale Kitchen cabinet. At this office. NEW MEAT MARKET, HOBBICK 6c STEPHENS, Props. DEALERS in : BEEP, MUTTON, FORK. xssf a ii ir .j , r qh. tic a.. .U A1LUAB Ul iJkXL L .ULCEUS, We are here to stay. Normal Calendar- Lecture August 20. 12:00 m., Wa Keeney school. Lecture "Eugene Field" August 20, 8:00 p. m., court bouse. Organization of Teachers' associa tion August 22, Wa-Keeney school. Closes August 22. Examination August 25 and 26, 7.30 a. m., Wa-Keeney school. Everyone is cordially invited to visit the Normal and attend the lectures and entertainments. Hattik J. Kirbt, County Sup't. Trespass Notice- All persons are hereby notified that hunting is forbidden on the following lands: The southwest quarter of sec tion 4, southeast of 5, northwest of 9, all of section 8, west half of 7-13-22. D. Pekshing. SELECTED BT THE GOVERNMENT to carry the United States Overland Mail across the continent, on account of its being the most direct line. The Fast Trains are via the Union Pacific, and arrive from Omaha at Utah points . . -12 "J hours ahead California points. 18 V of all Oregon points . 16 J competitors. Full information cheerfully fur nished on application. V Geo. C. Schaefjbr, First publication Aug. 9. 1903. PUBLICATION NOTICE. Id the District Court within and for the Oounty or Trego In the state 01 Kansas. H. F. Kline, Plaintiff, Thomas R. Cralz. Mrs. Thomas S. Cralff. D. M. aris. Mrs. u. Jn. aris ana n.J. naiiott. Defendants. Thn ahora named defendants will take no tice that the said H. F. Kline, plaintiff, did on the nth day of Aufrust, 1908, tile his pe tition In said district court within and for the said county of Trego, state of Kansas, against the said Thomas R. Craig. Mrs. Thomas B. Craig, D. H. Farls. Mrs. D. M. Farls and W. J. Elliott, defendants, and said defendants must answer said petition filed as aforesaid on or before the Sth day of September.-1902, or said petition will be taken as true and a judgment rendered In said action against saia aeienaans. ior ever harrlnff her of all riirht. title, lien, es tate or Interest in and to the north half (44) of the southeast quarter M and the east half (hi) of the northeast quarter (H) of soutbwest quarter (M 01 section one uj. township twelve (12). range twentv-four (84) west 6th f. M . in Treso conntv. nansas. and. a further iudirment and decree render ed, forever quieting the title of said plaintiff in and to said land ana premises. Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: L. S. Htihlt, seal Clerk of the District Court. OAANT GOBLE. MARION GOBLE. GOBLE BROTHERS, Contractors Builders We make a specialty of fine carpenter work. Make plans, drawings, specifi cations and estimates on all work in our line. Shop in old World building. WA-KKKNKT - KANSAS. Here "is your . ..... Up-to-Date Live Stock . . . AUCTIONEER. Sales made any old place on earth. Have been and am now booaed for the best breeders of the state. Write before claiming dates. Terms right. COL. J. W. ATHEY, Brownell, Kansas. FARMERS' STORE. H. M. Davtdsox, Prop. ... DEALER IN.... Staple Groceries. Oranges. Lemons and Other Fruits. Highest Market Price Paid for Batter and Eggs. 3" Your patronage solicited. (BESTOR'S OLD STAND.) Wa-Kkkkbt - - - Kansas. W. H. Swiggett. Abstractor of Titles. Bonded in the sum of $5,000. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. i : g Your trade solicited. SUPERB CLIMATE. In Colorado all the conditions of health are met. There is a sufficient altitude to cause lung and chest development; there is the dry: exhilarating mountain air, with an almost absolute absence of malaria; there is the tonic effect of a bracing climate, without its rigors; an atmosphere filled with ozone; cool nights in summer, a bright, sunny sky. almost every day in the year, conducive of cheerfulness and bringing a new pleasure every morning, constantly stimulat ing both mind and body. The low rates put in effect via the Union Pacific, enable you to reach these great parks without unnecessary expendi ture of time and money. Full information cheerfully furnished on application to Gko.C. Schaefer, Agent. I. ft. GUFTON. :DENTIST.:- Will be in Wa-Keeney on the fol lowing dates: Monday Jan. 13 Monday. . . .July 28 Feb. 10 " Aug. 25 Mar. 10 " Sept. 22 ...April 7 " Oct. 20 May 5 " Nov. 17 June 2f " Dec. 15 " June 301 ("Satisfaction guaranteed. Rally. Hon. C. I. Long, Congressman of the Seventh District will speak in Wa-Keeney, ON ftlondayAug. 25, at 2 o'clock p. m. Everybody Invited. ROUND TRIP. LOW RftTES VIA UNION PACIFIC rsox WA-KEENEY J ply 1 to 13, Inclusive, akd ; August 1 to 14, 23 to 24, and 30 to 31, ? Inclusive. LIMITED TO OCTOBER 31. $13.50 to Denver. $15.00 to Colorado Springs. $15.00 to Pueblo. Only Line Running Tiiree Trains Daily , TO DENVER. . Full information cheerfully furn ished on application to Repub licati Geo. C. Schaefiter, . Agent.. TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY We are just beginning a canvass of the surround ing country for the sale of Improved Home Comfort Ranges. Since our former canvass, some eleven years ago, we have made many good substantial improve ments in our Ranges, some of them are : A Six-hole Range, an improved Grate, water back, a steel enam eled Reservoir, folding door in upper warming closet larger oven and a thicker asbestos lining. This asbestos lining is now used to line the flues at the back end of the range. A complete outfit of cook ing utensils accompanies the sale of each rauge, also all necessary pipe and elbows of the very best material. Wa-Keeney will be our headquarters during this canvass. We do not want all or claim everything, but we do know, after thirty-seven years of experi ence in the manufacture and sale of Ranges, that we have a good Range made of the best material, with all of the up-to-date requirements, and are offering them for sale on easy and honest terms. Wrought Iron Range Company. Book Store and Confectionery. . (O. A. CORTKIGHT'S OLD STAND.) Complete line of School Sillies. Envelopes, louieis, Mm MeriQL WALL PAPER AND NOTIONS. A fine line of Ciaors, Pure Frest Coies, me Best io me Monet. ' Our Motto: 'Good Goods at Right Prices. " . A. A. STEPHENS, Prop. H. E. Real : Abstracter J-Bonded in the sum of $5.ooo. J NOTARY PUBLIC... ...INSURANCE. Rents, Collections and payment of i Taxes for Non-Residents a Specialty. J Large list of lands for sale ) vrr A Xr"C,T?Ar"I7"V XT A "NTQ i at low prices and easy terms, f "A JViliHiiN Hi X , IV i YIN . i oeoeoceeecoeoeeeoceeoeceeeeeeecooeceeeecececeeoccooe i :-COOFER & MYEKLY-:- REAL ESTATE. - mnmnrfc Farm lands and ranches for sale. Rents collected, taxes paid, and general business transacted for non-residents. CHF Correspondence solicited. . ....WA-KEENEY . . rjrajE30iiAr:mE tiC.-.'Eirrs. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS EAST. During Jane, July, August and Sep tember tbe Dnicn Pacific will sell tickets from Cozad, Nebraska, Feno kie and Wa Keeney, Kansas, and points east thereof to all points in Iowa. Minnesota ' and Wisconsin at greatly reduced rates. Information regarding rates and dates of sale will be cheerfully fur nished on application to r rH::.2ins.4&. u Ah ' m m UBO. U- aCHiErFER, . Agent. hhwii nwn mm m tvi fttV1 Itm1 JH4" JfcHk' i Milium mi ii mm 'vni niin iiTnfi'fiifirt KLINE, Estate. . . . . . KANSAS WS. RICHMOND. BLUE ond GRAY MARBLE COMPANY HAYS CITY, KAN. We are prepared to put up any size Monument In Marble or Granite. We guarantee all our work. 7Gi ve us a call. WM. RICHMOND, Mgr. I Uatea Pacific TiaM Tafel.. EMtern limited Do. T:13 . a 1-Kuua City rut Una Dor 0:4 . tu tS 8:40 k. m wrarr. I Fast Express - - Iue 6 0S m. m J Denver A Paclfc Const Imt'd Due. -20 d. m U 1:38 p. in Tickets sold and tmgtfn checked to mil points in United States and Canada. . - G. C.8cbaefer. Agent. "Bring your job work to us.