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U Al B E R 3 AY Neighbor ! When you need LUMBER to fill that house bill or Coal to fill your coal bin do not pass up a good thing and lose money But go and see A. W. BARNES, - He's always there at the new yard. COLLYER, KANS. tea d5JT?e World. Sells Organs on $3 to $5; month installment plan. perior stove, as bread bakers they are unexcelled. Fire backs are guaranteed to last 15 years. If you wish to find out more about them, see Frank Bordovsky He handles nothing but the best. Residence Colooo. COLLYER. KANS. ceccceeeeeeeecceoceeeeeeeceeeeceeceeceeeecccecee eeee It Pays others, It will Pay You to Look into the Merits of our Farm Machinery before you buy. The Machinery that it pays to buy and that is the Cheapest in the end is the Machinery that DOES THE BEST WORK, ,. ' DOES THE MOST OF IT, DOES IT AT THE LEAST COST, DOES NOT WEAR OUT EASILY. That Is the Kind We Sell. THE AVERY THRESHER, THE AVERY WAGONS, THE HAPGOOD DISC PLOWS, THE BRADLY & RAY GANG AND SULKY PLOWS. . Have just received a car load of Indiana Disc Drills that have the reputation of be ing unexcelled by any. Come in and inspect this line and let us tell you more about it. Also a complete line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Etc.. Etc., at low prices. : gHighest market price paid for Butter, Eggs and Poultry W. A. TAWNEY, OG ALLAH, KANSAS. A Sabbath School convention will i De neia at Mjiallah, Sunday, April 17, 1901, beginning at 10:30 a. in. The following program is announced : Song School. Devotional Mrs. Mary Powers. Review of past year's work John Harrison and K. P. Lindbertr. Opportunity and reward of Sabbath school teachers Mrs. John Allman. - Song Choir. Afternoon session beginning 2 p. m Home department work Mrs. A. J. Kllermeyer, Wa-Keeney. The country Sabbath School, its present needs and value to society S. B. Ridgway and John Barclay. Lesson helps or without helps Jas Buchanan. The greatest needs of the day in the Sabbath School work John Clark, Adair. How may we best instruct the little ones Mrs. Samuel Baird, Adair. Song Mrs. Ella Hixson. The Sabbath Schools of 50 years ago contrasted with the present time C U. Yetter. Song Mrs. C. D. Yetter. Temperance recitation Mrs. W. A. Tawney. A talk to children Mrs. F. IX Hast ings, Wa-Keeney. A word by Sabbath School county officers Mrs. S. Powers and Mrs. C. C Yetter. Song All the schools. - The committee request that all bring baskets so that we may have an enjoyable and profitable day. By Okdbu or Committer. C 0 A L Pianos on $5 to $10 per Are you thinking of buying a stove or range; if you are looking for the best , why not buy your wife a Superior Stove or Range. Your wife will be more than delighted with the Su BANNER. - A glorious rain Thursday. Farmers are sowing oats and barley. Wm. Riggsison the sick list this week. Rev. Brooks is attending M. E. con ference at Salina this week. Trustee Wright is assessing north parth of Collyer township this week. Rev. Brooks had a horse badly hurt by getting down in the stable this week, j Walter and Anna Harvev and John Manz-r have joined the Union Salva tion Army. Mrs. A. W. Purinton has gone as a lay delegate to attend M. E. confer ence at SjiI ina. Miss Eiise Neuensch wander is ex pected home on a visit Co her parents the coming week. The Missionary society met with Mrs. IX McKnight. Wednesday. Mar. 30, and spent a very enjoyable after noon. Gus Johnson is working for A. W. Pll nntjin Mr 1 ,-i .. (-.. I - seeing the carpenter work on the M. Married at high noon March 30, by Rev. Waldrop Mr. Bert Jeffries and Miss Millie Briggs. Their many friends extend congratulations. Patrons of Continental Creamery Co. were made happy by receiving their checks this week. "Tins is one enterprise that-the dry weather does not seem to effect. TOestern Kansas TDorf 1 BvtaMtehed March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, APRIL. 2, 1904. 0TTICIAL PAPIS OF TREGO C0TOTY. ANNOUNCEMENTS. At tbe Murgestlon of friends, and agreea bly to my own inclinations. T hereby an nounce mv&elf as a candidate for County Cleric of TreKo Connty, subject to the deci sion of tbe Republican County convention. I. M. W AIJJKOP. Fine rain Thursday. Smoked hams at Baker s Mrs. J. A. Nelson visited in Hays on Tuesday of this week. If yon haven't had 'em you'll have 'em by and by the measles. F. W. King, cashier of the bank, made a business trip to Dighton this week. i H.L.Anderson and family are en joying a visit from his father, broth ers and sisters from Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rhoades are the proud parents of a son born Wednes day, March 30. Weight 8 pounds. C. F. Folkers drove out to W. J. Skelton's Hereford ranch Monday ?nd bought a registered Hereford bull. Rev. Nixon's family is over from Palco visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Stephens on Big creek. Rev. Lee will hold Episcopal ser vices in the. county superintendent's office, Sunday, April 3. All are in vited. F. A. Mechau has rented the store room north ol Mrs. Harrison's bakery and will open up an up-to-date short order restaurant. Burton & Stubbs are partners in a Midway show at the World's Fair How much more they have in "com' mon" we do not pretend to say. Any one having their name on the list for trees at the Ogallah Forestry Station, and intending to call for tliem, can do so after April 8th. The Good Will society meets with Mrs. A. J. Ellermeyer, Wednesday, April 6, at 2 o'clock p. m. Bring thim bles. Mrs. W. J. Williams, Secretary. There will be no Teacher's meeting April 16, because of 'the joint associa tion to be held at Utica. All teachers are requested to be present at Utica, if possible. . Our good friend Henry Cutler was up from Ogallah Thursday after doors and windows for his new house. He says most of the wheat in hi neigh borhood iscojngoutfine There will oe a select or invitation Masquerade ball at Collyer, Friday evening, April 8. Prizes will be given for the prettiest and most .ridiculous costumes. No one admitted except by invitation. By order of Committee. Monday evening while the boy was delivering goods at the American House the Trego Mercantile Compa ny's delivery horse took a notion to runaway and smashed things up gen erally. Nobody hurt but the wagon looked like a young cyclone had struck it.' Report of school in District No. 12 for month ending March 25th: En rollment, 20; average daily, attend ance, 18; cases of tardiness, 4. Pupils neither absent nor tardy: Nora Alsop, Tom Broom field, Bert and Roger Greenwood, Francis Hiller, Harry Kerfus, Bertha, Blanche and Lora. Paries, Blanche Rinker. Carrie A. Stradal, Teajher. A traveling man drove into a west ern Kansas town tired and hungry and put up at the leading hotel. He sat down at the dinner table and pret ty soon the waiter came over to him. "Bean soup," lisped the waiter. "Naw, I don't want any bean soup," said the drummer. "Corn bread," again called the waiter. "Naw, I don't want any corn bread." "Well, dinner is over." Capital. This didn't . happen at Cal Loyd's hotel. W. C. Olson sold the lot south of the drug store to W. H. Athow. traveling salesman for the Selz Shoe Co., of Chi cago. Mr. Athow will erect a business block on the lot 25x80 feet, stone, plate glass front, and wilt be the fin est in the city. Moore's Cash store will occupy it. Clarence Gleason will have charge of the construction or the building and says work will begio at once. OGALLAH. The base ball boys have come out in new caps. Several Ogallah people attended the sale at Mrs. Rich's. Several of the boys were "shocked"' by the careless way a bunch or keys were left laying around loose. D. B. Fulton, S. B. Ridgway and Orda Runyon are attending the M. E. conference at Salina and expect to go to Lindsborg for the concert. . - Ajyjers Your doctor will tell you that thin, pale, weak, nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Small doses, for a few days. Sarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very marked. Ask your doctor why it is. He has our formula and. will explain. MWben II years old. for many months no onethoturht I eonld live because of thin blood. But. in s few weeks. Ayera Sarsaparilla com. pletelT restored me to health. , M as. . Buckmiiistsr. Tineland. V. J. l .s a bottle. ATI dreiggi.tw. jr. C ATIR CO.. Trowel!. Ma. for The Children Biliousness. constipation orevent covery. Cure these with Ayer's Pills. ' Senator Burton has handed down his "crown" or in other words it has been arrested from him. Since the "fall" of Senator Burton, we can but recall some of his methods in making his crmpaign oc campaigns (for he has been running for United States Senate) for the last twelve years. His plan, and it worked the "jays" to a finish, was to go to a county or to send a representative and select some "nonentity" to run for the legislature, and at the same time get tiie name and address of several persons in eacli precinct, and then Mr. Burton, by the assistance of the State Treasurer's office would write each and every per son a personal letter, calling upon them to see that their delegation was solid for "Old Nonentity" for the legislature, and at the same time make the person to whom he was writing believe that they were the most important person in the county, and hint or even admit tiiat he knew them well, and in about ninety-nine cases out of a hundred he had never before heard of the person addressed, but the person getting a letter of this kind felt called upon to respond, and carry out the belief that he was a big gun, and went to work with nothing in view but to prove he was what Mr. Burton took him to be "The most in fluential person in his township or county." In this way he went to the 'politi cal graveyard," he dug up and pushed men of his "ilk" and kind, while tbe better element of the party stood still and allowed the movement to get a hold. Now the late "Boss Buster" move ment was carried along the same lines and by the same methods, exactly, the the same old "saw" was used and "old Nonentity" got iu his work regardless of his former political affiliations. Men who had never before received a letter from a public man was appealed to as an "influential citizen," and he thought he was, and "raved and tore arouud, while the average and better class stood idly by and let the work go on, and we must sav: How long! How long oefore we are rid of this "populistic" wave. It is a calamity to the State of Kansas to have one of our United State Senators convicted, as now stands Senator Burton; yet we conr tend that the senator is no worse than those who have been his followers, the only difference he stands convict ed by a court, they are being convict ed by the people and will continue to fall if you only give them time. Perhaps Senator Burton can now find time to again take up the duties and responsibilities of President of the Jerusalem Midway at the World's Fair, which he turned over to Stubbs recently as Stubbs now is a very busy man. The "white-livered" Kansas City Journal says that Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow persecut ed Senator Burton. Of all the disa greeable and nauseating sheets we see the Journal is in the front rank carry ing venom and froth mostly fioth. The papers are now saying that Senator Burton's friends are censur ing him for one Land Office appoint ment. Which one? He has appointed eight land office officials and echo an swers. Which One? Senator Burton has been convicted for trying t '"get rich quick." He has several partners in a show at St. Louis, as a "Midway" who have net yet been indicted. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. Tfci Iti Yea Em Alrzys E:2fct Bears the BlttHtwTw of JOHN W. SPENA, NEW MACHINE SHOP. All kinds of work in Wood and Iron done in a workman-like manner. ' WIND MILLS, Agent PIPE FITTING AND PUMP REPAIRING: ' SBest Lubricating Oil for sale. Sunday is Easter. Pickled pork at Baker 6. Fresh pork at Baker's. Good f resit beef at Baker's. Rev. Ciemons preached at Ellis last Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Mumert is on the sick list this week. For Sale Good team of mares. In quire ot F. H. Burnham. Baker will pay 5 cents per pound for good hides until further notice. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Lucas, Wednesday, April 6, 1904. For Sale Windmill, tower, tank and pump. Wm. Stimits. Bosna, Kan. For Sale -Good clean alfalfa seed; no Russian thistles. W. J. Skelton, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. . Strayed A small red sow pig; tip off right ear.' Finder please leave no tice at this office. J. C. Milholland. For Sale Heavy young work horse, sound and alright; also corn and oats and rough feed. J. T. W. Cloud, li miles northeast of town. For Sale. Three good mares, all with foal. Wagon used two seasons. Set double harness. Breaker used one season. 150 bushels seed barley, 2 tons sor ghum. A bargain for the buyer. D. W. B. Kurtz, 3-19 4t - Ogallah, Kans. Publication Notice. State of Kansas. I Trego County, 1 ss. Before Joshua Groft. a Justice of the Peace of Wa-Keeney Township in Trego County Kansas. Klvira II. Blalsdell, Plaintiff, vs. Hnerman J. Howard. Joseph Howard. Hiram HOWHra, Jarrie AUams ana flattie Billing ton, Iefendants. To the defendants above named: You and each of you will take notice that on the l?th day of March. 1904. n garnishee summons was Issued by the undersigned Justice of the Peace of said townshiD. county and state, at the Instance of plaintiff above iiaraeu against your money ana property; that said garnishment was issued for the sum of $T0 00 which amount said plaintiff claims to oe uue ner zrom you; tnat an an swer in garnishment has been filed by the garnishee therein named. That said cause will be tried before me at my office in Wa Keeney. in said township, county and state, on the 25th dav of Anril. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.. and that unless you appear at that time and place, which bas been fixed for trial of this cause, judgment will be entered against you for tbe said sum of STO.0U and cost of ac tion and the monev or nrouertv in the hands of said garnishee applied to the payment of judgement. Dated at Wa-Keeney. Kan.. March 23, 1904. Joshca Groft. J ust Ice of tbe Peace . WILLIAM, Jr. Haaabletoniaa and Black. Hawk Mo ream Stallion. Description Hark brown horse, stands 17 hands high, weighs 1400 lbs. He was bred iu Champaign county. 111.; Ills sire was a 2 year old and bis grandsire was Hidalgo No. 1210; be is 6 years old; has good style and action; a kind disposition, and a sure foai setter. Will make the season of 1904 commencing April 10 at inter, and will be there every Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday while, tbe season last at Ikenberry's barn, and rrioay ana baturaay at Hickman s barn. Collyer. Terms -8.00 to Insure cult to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from tbe neighborhood where they are at when bred will be considered with foal and owners must pay service fee. Mare and colt must stand good for service of the horse. Money due 30 days after mares foaling. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any ocour A word to those who intend to bred this spring. Come and look at mv I torse before you bred, and if be suits you will appreci ate your patronage. A. SriTSSAUGI.E. ALPHONSO. Dehchiptios. Jet black, with mealy nose and white belly. Four years old. la hands high, has good clean heavy bone. Ionic deep body, and is a Jack of much style and finish and when fntly matur ed it will be hard to find his equal, lie has nroven himself a sure foal getter and shows a very uniform lot of oolts. His pedfyrree is gilt edge. . Alphonsowill make the season of 19M at my farm 44 miles northeast of Ogallah. My hours will be from morning till V 'Vclock and from 4 o'clock till ats-ht. Tick $.00 to Insure mare with colt. Any person disposing of or removing mare from the neighborhood or county, forfeits the in surance whether known to be in foal or not and t tie iusurnce becomes due. and tbe same must be seitU-d for at once by rash or now. Alt care taken to pi event act-ideiits. but I will not be responsible sttouio. any occur. J. W. XARQTJAHD, Owmr. Pay us we need coin. PUMPS, TANKS. for the Ideal and other windmills. At the World's Columbian Exposi tion, held at Chicago in 1893, the Ideal Wind Mill received the highest award of merit for excellence of design and construction. ' SEASON OF 1904. Saline Valley Ranch, Fight miles northwest of Wa-Keeney. My horse Young Quimper will make the season $7.00 to insure live foal. My Jack' Mon acha will makethe season $10.00 to insure a live foal. Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible for any. W. T. Littlechild, Owner. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. B. JONES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. WA-RIENET. - - KANS Aft. DENTISTRY. DR. HOSTETTER, D. D. S. Office with Dit. Jones. All work warranted. Teeth with out plates. Gold crowns $5.00. Up-to-date I H.F.KLINE, I REAL ESTATE. - 8 A tir AbSTRAHTRR I IlnnHwi in llioinm n j . . . .1 1. in -i g of 85,000. g g INSURANCE, S & NOTARY PUBLIC. 2 j Rents Collected and payment of Taxes S iH in m large list of lands for sale at low nrlnna n WA-KEENEY, XANS., jj g W. H. SWIGGETT. t REAL : ESTATE m Larue List of Choice Ranches and S iV Wheat Farms to select from. 3 J Business attended to for non-rest- M dents. - - t Abstracter lionded In t he sum 1 g of $5,000. S j Money to Loan on improved farm property. X WA KEEXEY, KANS. TV? CASH GROCERY. J U. DRUMMOND, PROPRIETOR DEALER IN Staple and Fanc Groceries. tresh Fruits and Vege- tables, Candies, tobacco and Cigars These poods are ail fresh and clean Highest market price paid for butter and eetts. MILLINERY STORE. Mrs. C. I. Schneider, Milliner. Trimmed and L" nt rimmed Hats anil liunnets of the latest styles direct from Chicago. Grand opening Saturday, March 19th. STNow is the time to subscribe Tor the official county papef.. 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