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GAND MILLINERY OPENING AT TREGO MER. .COS STORE SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23.
nrrnnnrnrrnnnnfWrnfwmM 1 ftlCVll fmT9T t .. lrM"'""""'M'MTM"M"""""""'WM'''" 1 mUOMUM. UU1UJII I 111 F19B INSURANCE. . NOTARY PUBLIC. LESTER' C. MUDGE. REAL ESTATE: AGENT FOR C. E. PERKINS' COMPANY . LANDS. 16,000 acres of fine wheat land for sale. Reasonable prices, small caslx payment, balance eight equal annual installments. Also large list of improved farms, ranches and alfalfa land. Call aud see me at WA-KEEJfET, KANSAS- I oooonnncooocooenooeooewaeoeonnnooeccoccoffcoeoeoco aoaaoo TOeatem Dansas lOorW ! Issued every Saturday. and entered Into the postofflce at Wa-Kaeney. Kansas, as second class mail matter. ..BfrtaMteaaa March 1. 1879. SATURDAY SEP.; 23. 1905. WEATHER EI POET. Maximum and minimum tempera- itures according to tne government thermometer at W a-Keener lor tue week ending September 21. Max. - mm. Friday. 9i 5 Saturday 88 bf Sunday r 92 j Monday , oi... Tuesday .'..; e f Wednesday 90 . 4 Thursday M oW.S. Gorrell H. E. Tripp. is drilling a well for Attend the concert at the court house next Thursday evening Seats on sale at the postofflce for the concert Thursday evening. For Sale Oood toned Organ, nearly new. Cheap. Inquire at this office. For Sale 100 bushels of seed rye. A. P. Hinshaw, 6 miles south or va- Keeney. . Born to Mrs. and Mr. Herman Long on Thursday evening of last week a son. Don't fail to go to the concert given by Mrs. Cramer at the court house, September 28. It is going to be a treat. The Good Will society met at the hospitable home of Mrs. Frank Won ner last Wednesday and -had a good time. - F. M. Morgan traded his cattle for the old Mrs. McCormick farm south of town. Millard Webb consummated the deal. ' J. H. Deatrich writes from Saint Thomas. Pa., that be is having the time of his life. deserve it. Go it old man, you All who take part in the concert are musicians of no little ability and you tcan't afford to miss it. At court house September 28. : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bailey, of Rock Island, 111., are visiting relatives in the county. Mrs. Bailey is a sister of Mrs. Verbeck. Mrs. Carrie Piersee and children, of jimpson, Kan., are visiting her par- ftnts, Mr. and Mrs. .C Wr. Sweet, ortheart of town. ..; The Midland Lyceum Bureau will rive theis first entertainment at the 'ourt house, October.eth. :,.Watch for urtber notice next week. WantedlBO head of cattle to- win- W Plenty of water, feed mostly ifalfa, and good sheds. J. H. Maack, 'miles north of Wa-Keeney. I J. K. Barnd and daughter rode over om Ness City last F riday on ttieir heels. Mr. Barnd edits one of the ?t Daners in western .Kansas The ess uity news. rs. W. O. Marshall, of Rosedale, in., is visiting her sons-Grant, Gregg, iirh and Roy. This is Mrs. Mar- Si's first visit to Wa-Keeney in ven years. . , . .. ' ast Saturday evening the young y friends of Miss Sadie Biehler r a lawn narty in her honor. It V decidedly a "pullet" party, and all sent report a pleasant time. i To Core Cold in One Day te Laxativk BromoQuinink Tab- . Ail druggists reruna the money fails to cure. E. W Grove's sig ure is on each box. 25c. e following improvements will iade in Wa-Keeney this fall: iT. Pu reel 1,.. house and barn. I M. Morgan, house and barn. ' E. Morse, house. enn Sisters, house. -' E.Tripp, house. rman Lutherans, church. rbeck Sc Lucas, office and store- rld office, addition. : 72 )c owmq a si F 1 you know why, too. It's 3 Cray hairs 1 Don't you y that Ayer's Hair .Vigor ;rea. color, to Jfray hair? it does. ' And It never , cither. It stops falling zlso, and keeps the scalp l and healthy. Do not ' old too fasti - ass AysCs Hatr Vicar tar my IiummiM ta4M4 b sorry ba k- wttBMtR. It kMB aty hair boaa ay. u4 alae kttpt my aoalp eljaa ."" JL. a. rayiau,Gaayaa City. Hi-; 9 riers SAHBATAnXa. The total 1.03 inches. rainfall for the week was EYE AND EAR SURGEON. If vou have some muscmlar or visual defect of the ere, or disease or tne eye, ear, nose or throat and want com petent service, call on Dr. M Jay Brown, of Salina, Kansas, who is able to give the necessary medical and sur gical treatment, and to fit the prop er glasses when needed. At the American Mouse, rv a-jvee- ney, .Kansas, sepiemoer auni. Fire and Tornado Insurance. W. H. Swiggett. Dr. Wickizer. The Optician, Mon day, September 25th. Lands bought and sold by R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa-K.eeney, Kans. - The best drill on the market Is for sale by O. A. Cortright. Buy the bu- perior. Dr. Wickizer, the Optician, will be n Wa-Keeney, Monday, September 25th. Eyes examined. Glasses fitted. Wanted Corn buskers at once, 5c Ker bushel. Julius Hillman, Ogallah, :an., or W. H. Swiggett, Wa-Keeney. Kans. I have m proved T. W. List vour lands witli me nurchasers for some choice ana unimproved ihiius. j. Cloud. Tickets on sale at the postofflce for the concert, September 28. Keserveq seats. 35c. General admission, 2d and 15 cents. The Bott's Land gency will gi ve a dollar Drize for the best ten ears of corn. Awards will be made Septem ber 30th. :Ed. Hacker, of Millidgeville. 111., is revisiting old scenes in Trego county this week. This is Ed's flrsfvislt since 92. There will be Episcopal services at the court house next Sunday at 11 a. m. conducted by Rev. Lee. Every body Invited. " ' - - - To exchange for smooth Trego county land A fine improved rarra near county seat or worin county. Mo. Also several well located Iowa farms. J. T. W. Cloud. H. E. Tripp, a veterinary dentist, from" Osborne county, has located here and solicits your patronage. He has had years of experience at this busi ness and has been very successful.' His motto will be to treat everybody right. Read his ad. in this issue. Consign your Cattle, Hogs or Sheep to Hutton-Keck Commission Co. at Kansas City Stock Yards. They will secure for ywu tne nignest market values. They will give you prompt and the most reliable market infor mation on receipt of request for same. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian church pave a supper . in honor of Mrs. Ida Piersoa on Thurs day evening of last week at the home of Mrs. R. C. Wilson. At -the close, she was presented with a silver souve nir spoon :by the Eastern Star and a. nut bowl' by the Junior. C. E. society.' Solo TO K VCT BY FANME B. CXAMEI AT IK Gsart Basse. Tbartarr. Scatasaer 23, at 8 P.M. p BOO RAM. FAR Trio ; Selected Fannie Cramer. Dr. Jordan, Jul voaa. . Solo Good Bye Tostl Eda I. Voas. Solo When Bloom the Roses Araltl Fannie- B. Cramer. Duet Parting;. Neldll. ger EdtVoM.Pr.Jomu. PABT II. Ah! T Have Signed to Rest M e from Tl Trovatore The Forbidden Song (Italian) Gantaldon Fannie B. Cramer. Solo The Wandering KnUtht Eldridge Ur. w. U. Jordan. - - Piano. Solo ". "Selected Kda L.. von. Solo VII lanelle : ....Pel' Aca.ua Fannie iu Cramer. - '- Duet Knight and the Wood nymph.. Watson Fannie a. Cramer.-ur. w. u. Joraan. Bessie Retan writes from Salt Lake, Utah, that they have changed their location and says, "We have a nice 8 room brick house located near Liberty Park: we will go bathing in Salt Lake soon; have all been sick but well now." II. E. Tripp, of Osborne county, ar rived In the city last Saturday and will make Wa-Keeney his future home. He owns 160 acres of wheat land four miles south on the Ness City road which he will, improve and rent. He also owns two lots noitb or Frank King's residence and will build home there as soon as he can get- the material on the ground. -o ) Irvvv'LJaLi X3 Guy Huyette, the hardware dealer. is something of a sportsman when -it comes to tlsh. lie is not in it, as to game, when it comes to the other' bead of the Huyette family. Mrs. Huyette has taken out a hunters license which means of course,. that she expects to do a little shooting when ttie game season gets around. It is necessary in the care or a household, to do a lit tle pot wrestling, but we are told that this good lady is no "pot" shoot er and can take her bird on the wing or her Jack rabbit on the run, with the best of sportsman. Minneapolis Messenger. - Blr Creek News. Wm. Lutz sold some cattle to L. G. Johnson last week. Several of the farmers in the east nice hside are drilling wheat. X. J. Wilson's new. bouse la almost ready for the plasterers. There are some of . Mr. Gugler's rel atives visiting with them. Samuel Glass, Jr. expects to build himself a large barn this.fall. Miss Cora Connelly returned home Sunday after a week's visit at W. F. John and George Glass received their new buggies Saturday and have tbem in running order. Tis reported that John Glass is go ing to build an addition to bis house and also build a large barn. '. GRAND Millinery Opening Friday Saturday, Sep. 22-3, Picture frames given away. ASK TO SEE THEM. 1 lbs granulated sugar $1.00 16 lbs prunes. . 1.00 ; 7 bars Lenox soap . 25c 25c can K. C. bak powder 19c 7 bars of Diamond . 25c Baking powder (bulk) . 15c Gold dust t . V . . 19c Tomatoes per case . . 2.15 Vinegar; old price 30c, now . ' . 25c Coal oil . . i . 15c Gasoline any quantity 20c 30c Tea for . . 18c Horse Shoe tobacco . . 43c Best flour . -- 1; 15 ' , We have an object in view. Want to see if advertis iner pavs is -one reason the other we won't tell now. Per haps we will some day. - The picture frames jare going. The "same prices on groceries as last week-, ' ; A lot pf new table oil cloth at 15c for a few days only. Last Sunday afternoon at 4 the cornerstone of the.German Luth eran church was laid. The ceremo nies were conducted by Rev. Bunfte assisted by Rev. Menslnir. This will ftrobably be one of the finest churches n the city and one that the derman Lutherans can well be proud of. Moler Barber College,-Denver, Colo'., wants 100 men to learn barber trade and take positions waiting graduates. Few weeks completes. Can nearly earn expenses before finishing, quali fied teachers, careful examinations, practical experience. Catalogue mail ed free Don't forget that Mrs. Cramer can be -consulted' in -regard to voice' cul ture on Friday and Saturday follow ing the concert. She wishes "to or ganize classes in "several places and this is nn opportunity one seldero has. She will be at the home of Mrs. H. S. Givlerand will be glad to "meet any one there that would be interested in joiuing her class.;rv Mrs. Fannie Crane r is preparing for a concert tpjie given by her in Wa-Keeney, Tlftirsday evening, Sep tember 28. Mrs. Cramer is one of our sweetest singers. She has a sweet soprano voice and her manner of sing ing and personal appearance always wins n audience. She will be assist ed in; the concert by Dr. Jordan and Miss Eda Vosa. All are down for solos. Mrs. Cramer and Dr. Jordan will sing a duet. . M iss Voss also goes as pianist. Wa-Keeney people will miss a rare treat if they fail to attend this concert. Hays Republican. It will pay you to look over our shoe stock. -We have a special shoe counter STREET HATS AT HALF PRICE, We have the goods and right prices. BRING US YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS. Yours to please, TREGO MER. CO. Many of our readers will remember ld. Stnckler who used to lire out in rc loVf4iear that Ed. went to Colorado about two years ago, where he was at work on a dairy farm, and was killed by lightning last month. It seems that -his employer came home from town just as a thunder shower came up. Ed took the-team and went to the barn to unharness. The owner went into the house and a little later, looking out, saw the barn was in flames. On closer examination be could see the apparently lifeless body or Strickler lying in ttie barn but was powerless to do anything to save the body. The barn and contents, Including two or three valuable teams and harness, were totally destroyed, and hut a fragment of Stickler's body was re covered. He was a brother of H S. Strickler of Ransom. - - - ;. " - Snaday Scfcool. . . The Christian church of - Ogallah will hold Sunday school at the school house commencing October 1, meet-at 2 o'clock. The Sunday School associa tion has been saving to. the schools of the state "prepare your lesauo at home, bring your Bible to Sunday school." We shall do so. Prepare the international lesson, bring your Bible with yon.- Come that we may ''Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that Peed not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." n Timothy, a-15. Mrs. Mart Powkrs. August Pitts has rented Leonard Scnnjitt's blacksmith shop. He is an old hand at the bellows, a No. 1 black smith and asks a share "Of your pat ronage. Give him a call. (DATA U IfcH mm I Thl mmmmaj ! m IpMlfle, . turs to Clv Satistfaotlon. OrVBS KUKf AT OML ' It elaaosea, sootbea, hesJa, and protaeto the fisinsnnil membrane. It cures Catarrh aod dxires away Cold, in the Head quickly.. Bestores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use.' Contains no injurious drags. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Rixe, 60 cent at Drnggista or by mail ; Trial Si, 10 easts by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warraa St., New Yarm- There was a fierce game of ball last Saturday between the Wa-Keeney school kids and the bearded giants of Hapoy Holler. And that just about expresses the condition of the kids; happy at the- beginning, but beaten all holler at the close. Subcrlbe for the World. K. L. BOTT'S LftND ftGEKCY, Va-Keeney, Kansas. .- Lands Bought and Sold. II you wanttV buy or soil call and see us. : DR. OIB WftLL.-:- ECLECTIC PHYSIClhN & SURGEON. - J .sataTatan . Midwifery Without Icstreaeots. V '". Cbfcsic Diseases a Specialty AUTHOMZEft BY THE STATE tO TREAT TIE SAM E. 9Calls promptly answered day or night from the Black will Hotel. QUINTER KANSAS YOU CftN MftKE MONEY By representing Us in the sale of our HIGH GRADE Nursery Products, of which we have a complete line. We ara aa Old aad SsUslisaed. rir having been business for more than a third of a century, and - v .. GUARANTEE . r l Our stock to be Strictly Tint Class and Tras to-Nsmt. i We solicit list of wants from ail prospective purchasers for Fall of 1905 and Spring 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 NURSERIES, A. C. Gkiesa, Prop, and Manager. Lawrence," Kans. I JOHN W. SPENA, ; ....DEALER IN.... Wind Mills. PumpsTanks, f Tanks of all sizes made to order. Agent for THE IDEAL and other Wind Mills. ! - Most complete Machine and Black smith Shop in Western Kansas. 6 Your patronage solicited. eoooeoeooei - WA-KEENEY, KANS. loooooomifinnnrnnrrrtTTTTTrrrntr C. E: WOLFF. DEALER IN- dry goods, 'Groceries, boots, shoes, u L-i yiTC yl O C MriTOAy.? XAl-flPFi FTC if HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. -. savn, -VTYOUR PATRONAGE SOUCITED ' VODA. KANSAS- Collyer Cash Hardware Store. ......DEALS. " . ; In All Kinds E Hardware. Well Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest Prices. - . COLLYER - - - - - - - . - KANSAS. H. E. TRIPP, Veterinary Dentist. ' Examination -Free. ; $1.00 to Operate on Teeth. --..- - - Satisfaction, uuaranteea-Wa-Keknet - - Kairs. From Voda. . Arinlnh Schwanbeck. is drilling wheat yith three drills. and apple cobbler at KristoiTs Wed nesday. Stanley and Herald Austin started to school Monday. Miss Countryman la the teacher. Wheat is coming up in flue shape; will have wheat for pasture In the next two weeks. ,; " ' '- Voda is coming right-to the front, ; n 1riuil-bd T.tlA Stllffin' Otft Of M tim and wasron inside the city limits last Saturday. - " " H. Owens bought a half section of land last week. Dick has pow. two and a half sections, that is TO acres for each boy. Misses Vivian answra aw Hlggans started for their home in Blue Rapids last Monday. Miss Car rie went with a heavy heart, out J. wont tell you why. r WolfT ruir nnnnlsr DOKtmaSter v - v., - a r - land merchant, bought ou acres oi iana adjoining Voda, which he will lay out in town lots to accommodate the peo ple rushing to Voda, . " J. Krhut had the misfortune to have a horse killed by a freight train last Saturday and-his wagon wrecked. We hope. the. railroad company will replace the damage as John can't af ford to lose It.; , . ; M. Bordovsky, our popular marshal, has sold his farm and will have a sale the 26th inst to sell off the rest of his holdings In Voda, and will go to Wa Keeney to live. We are sorry.to lose so. good an .officer- - Peace go with him -isourwish. , Cbas Steinberger, of Wa-Keeney, is plowing for R. Owens with his steam plow. He Js plowing and harrowing 40 to 50. acres .per day,-and doing a good job. Stein also started Vlnce Zeman's 18 disk plow Saturday. The big engine alked right off with the 18 -plows with its head up and tail over the lines. Vince is proud of ft Land is on the raise arouna voaa. the WOlff section, one mile east of Voda, sold for $12 per acre In April, and sold again last week for $15 per acre cash. Mr. Hoeklogs from Mar shall county bought it; he sold his farm back there for 55 per acre, and says Voda country will beat Marshall county on wheat. He will move out here In the spring. John Krhut plow ed 100 acre for him with his steam plow, and A. Tegtmeyer is putting it in wheat for him.