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I LESTER C. MUDGE, I . REAL ESTATE. Ji AGENT FOR C. PERKINS' COMPANY LANDS. I 16,000 acres of fine wheat land for sale. Reasonable prices, small J cash payment, balance eight equal annual Installments. . i - Also large list of improved farms, ranches and alfalfa lands. , Call aud see me at WA-KEEXET, KANSAS- tocoaooaccccececccccccccgacocccocccaocccecccoccccccot Western Dansas TlDricl Issued every Saturday, and entered Into tbe postofllce at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, as second class mail matter. Established March f . 1879. SATURDAY.-AUG. 19, 1905. Union Pacific Time Table. Mountain Tlme. WEST BOUKD. No. 101 Fast Express Doe.. 2:00 a. m. No. 103 Western Lm't One 7:58 p. m. No. 153 Local Freight One.. 4:45 p. m. CAST BOUND. No. 10 Eastern Lm't. .Due.. 5:40a. m No. 103 Fast Express Due. .10:50 p. m. No. 151 Local Freight Due.. 8:10 am. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points in United States and Canada. B. E. Morse. Agent. ! Fire and Tornado Insurance. W. : II. Swiggett. . I Miss Sadie Biehler was on the sick j list this week. ! Mrs. Chas. Steinberger went to : Kansas City Monday night. . James B. Bell, representing the I Doddsworth Book Co., interviewed jourcounty officials, Wednesday. j " Mrs. Moore was called to Grinncll the first of the week on account of the j illness of her father, Mr. Borah. : Assistant State -Superintendent Dyer was in the city Wednesday and visited the Normal. lie made this office a pleasant eall. Lost One gold cuff button (lion head design) and gold banded foun ! tain pen. " Finder return same to Les ter C. Mudgeand receive reward. Mrs. Mary Hunt is at Christ's hos pital in Topeka where she was operat ed on for a tumor. The operation w. s successful and she is getting along as well as could be expected. - W. W. Wetzel, of Philadelphia, Pa., is visiting his mother, Mrs. N. Wet zel, and sister, Mrs. L. C. Mudge. Mr. Wetzel has a lucrative position with the N. W. Ayer Advertising Agency, one of the largest in the country. - Joe Keraus made a trip up to -Dos Moines, Iowa, recently and while there sold the two .antelope in the court house yard. They belonged to Joe Keraus and Jim Drummond, and the price paid was $5o each. They were shipped Monday evening by ex press. There will be preaching at the Bap tist church in Collyer on Sunday, Au gust 2o at n a. m. and 8:00 p. ni., by tbe pastor. The service in the even ing will be interesting as an interest ing discussion and Bible reading on the meaning of the word church will ge eiven. .This invites you. Come! C. W. C. Erickson, pastor. Pled James Connor, infant son of Charles and Ida Connor, at their home north of Collyer, August 14th. 1905, of cholera Infantum; aged 8 months and 25 days. The funeral was held from the Baptist church at Coll yer on Tuesday afternoon, Augost 15, conducted by the pastor. The be reaved family have the sympathy of their many friends. Is It Your Own Hair? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro duction! May the acquaint ance result In a heavy growth of rich, thick.Elossy hair! And we know you'll never be gray " I think that Arm's Hair Vigor la moot wonderful hair grower that wm w mad. I VMd H for mm time and I ean trath--lly aar that I am greatly ! with It. I -'oerf ully recommend It as a aatondtd ares Mam.- Miss V. BaocK. Way laud. MicH. by J. O. Arr Co., IxnrU. J r SAHMfVUnLLA. PILLS. yers CBEC8T FBCTOKAL. I I For Sale Superior drills." O. ,Cortright. Two improved farms lor rent. W. H. Fwiggett. County Surveyor Ferris spent last Sunday in Russell. Mrs. Grant Goble is visiting her parents at Hutchinson, Kan. Base ball tournament at Moxie next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The best drill on the market is for sale by O. A. Cortright. ' Buy the Su perior. Canada Frank's Railroad shows will be in Wa-Keeney next Wednesday evening. If you wish to sell your farm list it witli R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa- Keeney, Kans. 1 A cloudburst at Wilson last Satur day evening delayed No. 3 about twelve hours. ' For Sale One heavy work mare. W. J. Skelton, 8 miles northwest of town on Saline, The class of i9o5 will meet at the court house on August 22 at 4 o'clock p. m. for practice. A Fire and Lightning policy in the Continental is a good and safe one. W. n. Swiggett, Agent. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johnson are the proud parents of a bran new ten-pound boy, burn August 11 th. Lookout for wind storms. W. H. Swiggett will insure your property against them. See him. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Porter left Tues day morning for Circleville, Kan?., to visit Mrs. Porter's relatives. Jake Deatrich, Rev. Campbell and Van Deatrich representee! Collyer at the county seat last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Law, of Happy, (Graham county) Kans., were promi nent visitors in Wa-Keeney Tuesday evening. J. M. Shepherd, of Hutchinson, Kan., spent last Sunday in the" city the guest of Mrs. M. E. Courtright and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Newcomer, of Collyer, were in the county capital last Friday afternoon and made this office an agreeable call. For Sale Well drilling machine; good as new. Cheap. Can be seen at my farm 3 miles east of Collyer. Ad dress S. A. Newcomer, Collyer, Kans. John A. Nelson is kept quite busy with his law and real estate business He made a trip to Colby the latter part of last week, and a professional visit to .Kins last Monday. Jake Deatrich was down from Coll yer Thursday. He says he has asked the U. P. R. R. for a sixty-day fur lough and will visit old scenes in Pennsylvania and Maryland. He left that country thirty-one years ago. Canada Frank's Railroad Shows will be in Wa-Keeney, Wednesday, Au gust 23, pnd give a performance in the evening. They have their special cars, and the show will be given in a tent. Music will be furnished by Canada Frank's band. Consign your Cattle, Hogs or Sheep to Huttok-Keck Commission Co. at Kansas City Stock Vards. They will secure for you the highest market values. They will give you prompt aud the most reliable market Inf. r mation on receipt of request for same. The Gove County Record, published at Grinnell, is a new one to us. The editor and manager, Elmer Bevan, is an old hand at the business. Vol. 1, No. 1 issued last Friday is a hummer in every respect. Here's our brother, hoping the business men will patronize you liberally. The workmen are nearing the com pletion or George W. Stimits'' new home in the west part of the city. Mr. Stimits expects to move in about the first of the week The Stimit's new warehouse on Main street . is "looming" right up. Mr. Stimits, when he gets the building completed, will have one of the finest structures in our little city Grinnell Record. " Cs2"Read Ted Morgin's sale notice In this issue. ' NC5MAL NOTES. Enrollment to date 57. - IT you have too much campmeeting call on Dr. Kurtz. Don't forget the Common School commencement August 22. A large number of Normal i tee" at tended eampnieeting at Rid g way last Sunday. J. N. Nutter was with ns Tuesday workfnsr In the interest of the Cen tral Business college, Abilene. : Mrs. Smlthbur Instructor in geog raphy, is introducing some new meth ods in the teaching of that subject. Those on the sick list this week were the Messrs. Yewells. We are happy to note their speedy recovery. Mr. Miller, who is introducing the International Encyclopoedia for Dodd Mead &Co., is spending this week in the Institute. Namesof those enrolled this week: J H. Carpenter, Lillian Forester, E11 phemia Nelson. Amanda Nelsoa, Min nie Bryant, Carrie Stradal. Assistant State Superintendent Dver gave the teachers an interesting and instructive talk on "A Teacher's Qualifications," Wednesday. Miss Charlotte E. Aves will lecture in the courtroom Monday eveninir, August 28. Do not fail to attend. Watch for further announcement. The sentiment among the teachers is that we have never had a more en thusiastic and helpful instructor in arithmetic and altrabra than Prof. Martin. - Mr. and Mrs. Hecox, Mr. and "Mrs. Peacock, Little Miss Gregg, Rev. Ev erett, Martha Hene, Faith Wonner, Lillian Chalk. Misses Bestors, Grover Hays, Eliza Countryman, and Assist r Look ! Read ! ! TREGO - MER. GO. Prices are Lower than ever. Here are a few of our CASH Prices. Picture frames given away. ASK TO SEE THEM. 16 lbs granulated sugar $1.00 16 lbs prunes . l.oo 7 bars Lenox soap .25c 25c can K . C. bak powder 19c 7 bars of Diamond . 25c Baking powder (bulk) . 15c Gold dust ' . . . 19c Tomatoes per case . 2.15 Horse Shoe tobacco ' . 43c We want to tell you something. We have just receiv ed a large invoice of Shoes which we have placeji on sale for a week. 100 pairs of bran new shoes worth $2.50 for $1.98. - ; We have an obiect in view. Want to see if advertis ing pays is one reason the haps we will some day. The prints are nearly are going. The same prices A lot of new table oil cloth at 15c for a few days only. It will pay you to look over our shoe stock. We have a special shoe counter DISHES GIVEN AWAY. STREET HATS AT HALF PRICE, 25 percent off on Embroidery and Laces. We have the goods and right prices. BRING US YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS. Yours to please, - TREGO MR. CO. Strayed One double cinched, middle aged saddle, leather off horn, bucKles on stirrup straps, small wood stirrups. . A liberal reward for same at the Chicago Livery Barn. CATARRH S5 Ely's Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cores Catarrh ami drives away & Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Easy to ne. - Contains no injurious drags. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, SO cents at Druggists or fay mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren SL, New York- ant State Superintendent Dyer yisit ed tbe Normal this week. Prof. Rush's classes in history are still enlarging. , Does anyone remem ber when Trego Institute has had a more Interesting instructor in this subject? In fact, if interest shown and work done is a fair means of Judg ing, our entire corps of instructors this year would be hard to beat. . Orallak - Threshing the principal occupation these days. - Culver Bufflngton, of Galveston, Texas, is visiting at Joe Marquand's. A nice croo of hay in the Ogallah cemetery could probably be had for the cutting. Mrs. M. L- Griffin, who baa been visiting her husband, left for- her home In Illinois, Wednesday. F. O. Gleason. of Council Bluffs, Iowa, who has been at Ogallah, for some time looking after his wheat crop, left for horue Wednesday. . - From Voda. (By Jane Calamity. W. D. Austin threshed Thursday. Schwanbeck Bros, threshed Wednes day. " Mrs. J. Bordovsky is improving, her mind is clearing up nicely. Geo Kristoff visited his daughter, Mrs. Chas Thiel, Suuday at Collyer. Mr. Richardson from Hays City, is threshing in the Voda neighborhood.- Geo Kristoff threshed 1600 bushels of wheat that tested 58 to 60 pounds. R. Owens, wife and daughter were visitors at Chas Thiel's Sunday at Collyer. . Vine Razak. the boss carpenter and contractor of Collyer, is building a I nvestigate! ! Smoked Meats . . 13c Vinegar; old price 30c,- now. . . . 25c Coal oil . . - . . 15c Gasoline any quantity 20c 30c Tea for . . 18c Calico . . . 3c A. C. A. Ticking . 13c - ' i--'"'-.' -' other we won't tell now. Per all gone. The picture frames on groceries as last week. large granary for F. Krhut. " J. Krhut had the misfortune to run a beard of wheat in his eye which ne cessitated a trip to Dr. Jones. - We understand that Judge Razak of Collyer wiil be able to keep the wolf from the door for another moon at least, he just threshed 4600 bushels of fine wheat. ' Chas Connor's baby was buried at Collyer,' Wednesday. Tle little one has never been very healthy. Mr. and Mrs. Connors have the sympathy of all the neighbors in their sad hour of bereavement. ' J. Bordorsky's father and mother and children hare arrived at Castle Garden but have been held up by the quarantine officials. John is worried, he thinks they will be sent back to the old country. He has put the mat ter Jn the hands of Joe Keraus of Wa Keeney and we hope be will get them through all right. John Kristoff, the honorable mayor of Voda took the train at Wa-Keeney last Thursday for an extended trip through tbe west. He expects to visit his niece at Collyer, Kansas. While on his trip he will also visit and per haps take a boat ride on tbe Hickman fish pond located in the beautiful city of Collyer just east of the city livery stable and he didn't know but what he would visit tbe National Park at the depot before be returned to take up the arduous duties as mayor of the great city of Voda. Louis Wagoner, oneof the big farm ers of Ogallah township, was in the city Thursday and made us a pleasant call. - .., :; - HTJXK3T01T, IOWA. R. L. BOTT'S LftND ftGENCY. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Lands Bought and Sold. If you want to buy or DR. C. S WftLL.-:- ECLECTIC FHYSICIftN S SURGEON. Midwifery Without Instruments. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE TO TREAT THE SANE. 6"CalIs promptly answered day QUINTKR - - - YOU CM MftRE MONEY By representing us in the sale of our HIGH GRADE Nursery Products, of wiiicii we have a complete line. We are an Old and Established Finn having been business for more than a third of a century, aud GUARANTEE Our stock to be Strictly Tirst Class and True to Nam. We solicit list of wants from all prospective purchasers for Fall of 1905 and Sprint; of 1906 delivery. By ordering NOW you have the cream of the stock reserved for you and a complete as sortment to select from., Good Salesman Wanted. Liberal Terms. Write at once. MOUNT HOPE A. C. Griesa, Prop, and Manager. 6 I nil TV! llf JUillV TV ...DEALER . IN. Wind Tanks other TVTosTV O.nrnTVI A-tfi RTTiitn Nnnn in Wfistfirn Kansas. our patronage solicited. etseoeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeceeeeeee6ecceecoeeecc999eew Dr. Jones Is enjoying a visit from his brother from Butte, Montana. We are sorry to note that O. W Lahman is quite sick at the home of Wm. Summerville. - Sunday, August 2oth, German di vine service at 2 o'clock p. m. at the M. E church. Everybody is cordially invited. G. M. Bunge, pastor. F. M. Morgan -has purchased the corner lots south of W. R. Holmes and will erect a nice cottage thereon. A. F. Tosh consummated the deal. ; The Old Settlers of Graham county will hold their annual picnic at KnoufFa grove on Friday, September 1st.. Congressman Reeder and other speakers will be present. PUBLIC SALE ! I will sell at publ ic sale at Ellermey er's bam in Wa-Keeney, on ; -Wednesday, August 3o, the following described property: 1 span of bay mares, 5 and 9 years old, weight 1250 lbs. each. 1 span of brown mares. 9 years old, weight 1050 lbs each. 8 head of milk cows, 3 4-vear-old heifers, 2 2-year-old steers, 1 -yearling steer, 1 yearling heifer, i3 head of calves. - Jones header. Deer ing mower, Cas sidy sulky plow, rake, Peter Schuttler wagon, spring wagon, header box, Tjay rack, header box, etc. Sale will commence at 10 a. m. TermsSix months time without interest en ail sums over Sio; 5 per cent discount -for cash; if notes are not paid when due, interest at & per cent will be charged from date. E. L. Morgan. Eppler, the autioneer. (First publication Anirust 19. 1S0S.) Ordinance No. 100. TITI.K An ordinance creating a levy of fire mills for the current expenses of tbe city ot Wa-Keeney. Kansas, for tbe year 1805. - . Be It ordained by tbe dty council of tbe city of Wa-Keeney. Kansas. Section 1. Tbat there is hereby levied on the real, personal and mixed property with in the limits of tbe cltv of Wa-Keeney. Kan sas, the snm of five mills npon the assess ment as returned for tbe vear IMS. Sections. This ordinance shall be in force and take effect from and after its publica tion in the Western Kansas World and Inde pendent. The above and foregoing passed tbe coun cil August i. iaos. F. W. KING. Mayor. Attest: LnSTia C. Muuoa, City Ciork. WA-KEEITCT, KA5S. sell call and see us. or night from the Blackwill Hotel. " -j KANSAS NURSERIES, Lawrence, Kans. OrilrVT A orCnA, Mills, Pumps, Tanks. of all sizes made to order. I Agent for THE IDEAL and I Wind Mills. IVrnnVn'-n p nnH "R1 n nlr- H WA-KEENEY, KANS. THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME is at hand when it will be so delight ful to sit on the porch. Twill be more delightful if you provide nice COMFORTABLE PORCH FURNI- ture. Come and let us help you with the providing. You will find an as sortment of easy chairs, seats, ham mocks, etc., which would be bard to match. Either the style, quality or price would be hard to equal. T. S. HOWE & SON, Furniture and Funeral Supplies. Repair Work a Specialty. urns, 5Reaf Estate VHgeVt. Have a fine list of choice lands in Trego county, and am in position to satisfy land seekers and Investors no matter what may be their demands. WA-KKKNET. - KANSAS. Notice of Application to Parekuc Scnool Land. Tbe undersigned hereby Klres not ice tbat he will, on tbe 19th day of Auk.. 1805. make an application to tbe Probate Court of Trego Connty, Kansas to purchase the following described school land, situated in the organ ized connty of Trego. Kansas, viz: Tbe northeast quarter and tbe southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 18. Township 13. Bange 23. He names tbe following persons to prove his settlement, continuous residence, and improvements, viz: Josiah East, residence Wa-Keeney. Kan sas, and A. Riley, residence Wa-Keeney. Kansas. Louis Morel 1. Wa-Keeney. Kansas. Done ax Wa-Keeney. County of Trego, Kansas, this 1st day of August. 1U05. Samuel, Parks. - Petitioner.' u