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FIRE INSURANCE. LESTER REAL ESTATE. AGENT FOR C. E. PERKINS' COMPANY LANDS 16.000 acres of fine wheat land for sale. Reasonable prices, Small j casb payment, balance eight equal annual installments. J Also large list of improved farms, ranches and alfalfa lands. J Call aud see me at WA-KEEJfET, KANSAS. cecoaoaacccooocccococeocfteccccooococccccccocccoocooO' XDvst&rn Kansas TDorC tt Issued every Saturday, and entered into the postofflce at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second class mail matter. Established Marck 1. 1879. SATURDAY, OCT. 21. 1905. Mrs. R. C. Wilson visited inTopeka this week. For Sale Farm wagon, hay wagon, bar rake. S. L. Shorthill. - Born October 11, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheeler a son. Mrs. O. W. Laliman has sold her farm and will move to town. We are pleased to note that Probate Judge Swiggett is improving. The Trego Mer. Co. has a car of apples and potatoes on the road. . For Sale First class milk cow. Call at Ed Chalk's ranch en Big creek. Mrs. F. Power of Russell visited with Mrs. W. J. Williams this week. Ray Gieason went to Denver Tues day evening to purchase 2,000 head of sheep. Ex-Surveyor Livingston of Gove county was in the citv this week courting. John Spena erected an Ideal wind mill at the home of Mrs. Anna Evans Tuesday. Wm. McWilliams or Fort Scott, Kan., is visiting at the home of J. T. W. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans are the proud parents of a girl born the first of the month. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mudge visited in Kansas City over Sunday with rel atives of Mrs. Mudge's. W. A. Eppler, auctioneer and Im plement dealer of Ellis, was in town Thursday attending court. A. T. Greenwood made a business trip to Salina the first of the week and sold a car load of onions. F. M. Epperlv of Banner, has our thanks for a mess of potatoes.. He raised about thirty bushels' of nice spuds. . A. T. Greenwood, the onion king of Kansas, harvested his crop this week He says five acres yielded over 2,000 bushels. Mrs. H. S. Givler left Tuesday morn ing for Hays. From there she goes to Wichita where she will visit Mrs. H. E. Patterson. The regular quarterly examination of teachers will be held at the office of the county superintendent on Oc tober 27 and 28. The High school ball club went to Ellis last Saturday and crossed bats with the Ellis boys. Ellis won by a score of 17 to 16. W. B. Robinson was dawn from Got county this week attending court as a witness on survey cases. He says he likes his new home and is teaching school. C. I. Imes and B. F. Hodges of Col chester, III., were in the city the first or the week. Mr Imes is a banker nod owns some Trego county dirt in the northe ist part of the county ad joining Tommy lams. Do not take any chances, but make' your will, and take it and your other papers to the bank. and get a Safety Box, lock them up and carry the key yourself. You cannot Afford to take chances on your valuable papers for the small amount it wt. For Sale About live dozen hens, pullets and cockerels. Not an old, worthless hen in the flock. Most of them full blood Buff Rocks, the best nil-purpose fowl on earth. Tills is a bargain for the buyer who will take the bunch. A. S. Peacock, Wa-Kee-uey, Kansas. You can buy season tickets for the remainder of the lecture course (four number?) at 91.60 and S1.00 for adults and -children, - respectively. This is a saving of 40 cents on each at the single admission prices of 50 and 35 cents.- But season tickets, you will not want to miss a number. NOTARY PUBLIC. O C. MUDGE, WEATHER BE PORT. Maximum and minimum tempera tures according to the government thermometer at Wa-Keeney for the week ending October 12. Max. Alin. Fridav , 81 r.... 45 Saturday 74.; 4r Sunday . .... 63... . 27 Monday 81 42 Tuesday 65 4l Wednesday 50 34 Thursday.. 47 .. 27 It has been a week of changeable weather; hot and cold: sunshine and clouds; southeast winds and north west winds on alternate days during the whole week, changing at night fall or a little later; rainfall .07 inches Wednesday evening. Teacher's meeting at 1:30 p. in. Fire and Tornado Insurance. W. H. Swiggett. Wanted 15 or 25 head of cattle to winter. Plenty of feed and good shel ter. Hudson Harlan, Wa-Keeney, Kans. It is a long time since we had a chuch wedding but if you go to the Presbyterian church tins (Friday) evening you will see the swellest wed ding of the season. The Damon students gave a very creditable entertainment at the court hous3 last Friday evening to a packed house. Prof. Damon is quite an artist witli the bow. The students sang well and the banjo piece was fine. Miss Olive Brinny of Colorado Springs, Col., was in the city this week making the necessary arrange ments for the Tom Thumb wedding at the Presbyterian church this even ing- . James Brooks, or Boulder, Col., was in the city last Saturday. Mr. Brooks was here twenty-six years ago. He had been to his old home in Iowa and stopped off here to see if the coun-. try had improved any.! Writing from Chicago University, Wilbur Rogers says better work is expected of scholarship men than of paying students, but makes no com plaint. He is well pleased with his change from K. U. to Chicago. Wednesday morning Judge Reeded called at our tepee just long enough to say howdy and wish us all kinds of success. The judge has been on the bench almost three years and is mak ing an excellent reputation as an able jurist. His heart is in his work and his aim is to treat pll alike. County Superintendent Mrs. Smitli has appointed the following truant officers for the different townships: Collver. L. S. Mverlv: Wa-lveeniv A S. Peacock; Ogallah and Glencoe, C. H. Benson; Riverside, R. L. Bailey; Willcox and Franklin, J. F. Hazen. All teachers are requested to report all truants. H. W. Spear, of Rock Falls, 111., has rented the stone building east of Scu mitt's blacksmith shop and is manufacturing cement blocks for building purposes. He has two men from Rock Falls associated with him, Mr. Staples and Mr. VanDrew, who have worked with cement for veara and understand their business. If you want to see a nice job of cement walks take a look at the walks around Dr. Jones' residence. These gentle men did the work. Why Refer to Doctors Because ve make medicines for them. We give them the formula for Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and they prescribe it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. They trust it. Then you can afford to trust it. Sold for over 60 years. " A,T , Cherry Pectoral Is a ranxxty that ahomld ba in a vary bom. I have aaed a great deal of It for hard oonirhs and eolds. and I know what a nlendid medicine titsT I earn not recommend tt torn blaMx. MAmai JC Conn. Hj da Park, "m yw "" greatly aid trte Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold. Commissioners Proceedings. October Mkstino. Thomas Nesbitfc. boarding Whittle- . ey for quarter $55 OS 7 00 10 SO SIT 65 50 00 30 05 7 00 168 Ml 57 130 00 52 00 3 00. 1 00 4 00 F C Wollner. scalp bounties John T Brown. Janltoc work J W Phares. salary as county clerk leas fees collected . J W Phares. clerk hire for quarter.. do sunder expenses qr W J Williams, scalp bounties Clara D Smith, salary as county su perintendent for or . Clara D Smith, sundry expenses for quarter -. I T Pnrcell. salary as county attor ney for quarter C J Ferris, salary os county survey. or per quarter . J J Drumroond. scalp bounties ... LC Gieason, scalp bounties ......... G M Ufford. scalp bounties K B Burns, salary as' clerk of the district court for quarter less fees collected .. 114 35 2 78 73 00 35 22 60 10 00 64 50 28 00 99 40 36 80 200 5 00 B H Burns, sundry expeses for quarter , 1. C Gieason, treasurer, clerk hire for quarter '.. . L C Gieason, sundry exponses for quarter..... L-C Gieason. salary for quarter less fees col lected L, C Gieason. cleaning time lock on safe... Hall Lithographing Co., records and blanks M M Murdock & Co. Patterson Daily balance books T D Hinshaw. salary as sheriff less ' fees collected , T D Hinshaw, boarding prisoner. .. T D Hinshaw, drawing Jury October term Mrs Hunter, damage on Burnbam road -. Central Kansas Publishing Co re port blanks of teacher for county superintendent. 3 75 3 00 156 ao 14 09 92 00 116 10 14 25 20 00 11 86 33 75 11 50 24 18 2 00 A L Swisher, scalp bounties C L Thompson, county printing for quarter C L Thompson, stationery T D Hinshaw, Jail attendance.. . Samuel Dodsworth Book Co. rec ords and blanks... W M Welsh, supplies for county su perintendent .: Lane Printing Co, tax tatles W W Gibson, phone rent C J Ferris, surveying Uauch. Straub Harlan and Blakeley roads Crane & Co, records and blanks Conghenour 2c Hartley, merchan dise for Richardson Joshua Groft. arawing jury October term W H Swiggett, drawing Jury Octo ber term T T Pnrcell. scalp bounty F C Swiggett. probate judge, fees in Bordovsky lunacy case Mrs It Owen, witness and interpret er Bordovsky lunacy case -.. A B Jones, juror and physician ..... WCOlson, juror A J Johnson, juror W M Mason, juror Joe East, juror K B Forrester, juror F C Swiggett, salary as probate judge for quarter less fees T D Hinshaw. sheriff's fees In Bor dovsky lunacy case Sobn Gustafson. viewing Hanlan and Blakely roads ... Charles Loflln. viewing Harlan and Blakely roads and making returns Theo W Johnson, viewing Harlan and Blakely road and making re ttrns W A Dorschlag. scalp bounties C H Baugher. balance on viewing Hampton road W N Morton, balance on viewing . Bampton road and chaining ,. Joshua Musgrave, balance on view ing Hvmpton road J W PhaJes, scalp bounties ... : Thomas Wynn. viewing and chain ing Straub road Oh as Marquand. viewing and chain ing Straub road J D Connell. viewing and chaining Straub road ; W Mattiugly. hauling lumber and . repairing Big creek bridge P W O'Toole, viewing Bauch road.. O W Olson, viewing Raucb road . C L Thompson, con. ty. printing for quarter ending June 30. 1905........ Wm Bower, coal for Wallls F A Mechau. bread for Brown Robert Rinker, scalp bounty ..... .. A it Jones, county physician and health officer for quarter Bo ul ware & Webster, coal for Scott. FC Wollner. mdse for Brown r . F C Wollner, mdse for .Whittlesey...' 2 00 1 00 9 65 3 50 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 09 1 00 1 00 510 1 63 6 00 8 00 8 00 3 00 1 00 1 50 1 00 7 00 3 60 3 SO 3 50 - 5 00 2 00 2 00 43 29 8 00 75 1 00 112 50 2 95 8 20 1 00 18 00 18 00 21 00 14 65 33 dO 50 J H Mies ley, associate teachers ex aminers D W B Kurtz, associate teachers examiner Glen G Jones, taking frders and taking goods to smallpox patients Paul Huycke, lumber for Spring Creek bridge Glencoe twp Verbeck & Lucas, coal and lumber W F Stranahan, hauling one tank of water... A J Ellermeyer. sending messaire t " for Lynn ;. 3 J Keraus. oil and repairs . Geo Lynn, salary as .commissioner .and mileage v...... . 1 50 6 40 27 (0 21 20 A A Cuckrell. salary as commission er and mileage Bm! EsUts Truafsr. for Wsak Ending OeiobtrlStl. " - K. R Jones to ITenry Meyer, lot 14, i block 41, Wa-Keeney, $500. D. H. Henkel to II. E. Tnp,lot 13, block 19, Wa-Keeney, $100. G. A. Frank to Philip Kraus, north west qr 19-13-25, $850. J. W. Tunnell to H. T.Stephen, east half of northwest qr and east naif of southwest quarter of section 10-15-22, 1550. W. II. Sominerville to SI. Bordor sky, lot 19, block 31, Wa-Keeney, I00. J John Bordovsky, Jr to John Bordov sky, Sr, south half or the northeast qr 31-11-23, $800. j P. B. At wood to James Inloes, j northwest qr 32-12-23, $1650. I Alma Knudson to G. W. Heisler, northwest qr 14-13-24, $1100. A. B. Bed mood to Susan Kiffel, o erf YV 111 -r - Das A Crcca cfTcrfcrPcrrdcr C;da FrcaCrc-;3 !! southeast quarter of section 8-13-25, $i6oo. , Julia-E. Pennoyer to J. W. Bauch, southwest quarter of section 6-15-24, $6oo. Wa-Keeney Land & Investment Co. to Sarah H. Wilson, southwest quar ter of 23-11-24, $1600. Benj. 'Rudolph to C. I. Imes, one half of the west half of section 27-ii2i, $iooo. N. P. Rasmussen to A. R. Gardner, west half of section l3 u-23, $35oo. Judson Starr to Ida M. Kessler, west half of section i9-ii-25. W. W. Parks to L. O. Mudite, north east quarter of section 1-12-23, $25oo. Ohas E. Brown to C. P. Mason, west half of section 2o-n-2i, $48oo. ' P. B. Atwood to Jas Inloes, north west Quarter of section 32-12-25. $1600. J. W. Plia;es to Louis Wajrner, southeast quarter of section 33-12-22, $1525. The October term of district court convened Tuesday morning, with Judge Ueeder in the chair. The fol lowing attorneys from abroad were present: H. J. Harwi and G. W. Jones, Hill City; John E. Hessin, Manhat tan; Lee Monroe and H. A. Scandrett, Topeka; W. E. Saum, Kansas City, Mo.; A. 1. Gilkerson. Hays; M. A. Chambers, Hoxie; George Holland, Russell. The following cases were disposed of: Slate vs. George Stokes berry, murder, Stokesberry plead guilty to manslaughter. The judge sentenced him to .the reformatory at Hutchinson, Sheriff Hinshaw took him to the leformatory Thursday. T. J. Burgess vs. John G. Hixson; this k one of the school land case. Hixson won- Court Is still in session. , Next week we will give a disposition of the cases. Pickled purk at Baker s. Shoes: Shoes! Shoes! Trego Mer. Co. For Sale Superior drills. O. A. Cortright. Two improved farms for rent. W. H. Fwiggett. Lands bought and sold by R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa-Keeney, Kans. Wanted Corn huskers at once, 5c per bushel. Julius Hillman, Ogallah, ivan., or w. tt. swiggett, Wa-Keeney. Kans. " ; List your lands with me. I have purchasers for some choice improved and unimproved lands. J. T. W. Cloud. The best drill on the market is for sale by O. A. Cortright. Buy the Su perior. Wanted 50 to 75 head of cattle to winter. Plenty of range, feed, water and shelter. Tom Kite, Wa-Keeney, Kans. We are exclusive agents for the cel ebrated Acme flour manufactured bv the Wilson mills. Call and get a sack Tor only $1.15. Trego Mer. Co. To exchange for smooth Trego county land A fine improved farm near county seat, of Worth county. Mo. Also several well located Iowa farms. J. T. W. Cloud. Orallab Martin Sell is sporting a new Mitch ell wagon. C. C. Yetter is building a house on the lots south of his residence. n. M. Davidson shipped in a car of potatoes, onions and. cabbage this week. ... Some talk of starting a literary so ciety at the school house in the near future. - - GATAIRIRIX T-RVEB Ely's Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Clve Satisfaction. OlVSa RKLIKr AT ONOI. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cores Catarrh and irives away a Gold in the Head qnickiy. Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Easy to use. Contains no injurious drags. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Largs Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warrs SL, Nw York. HUMESTOir, IOWA. R. L. BOTT'S LftND ftGENCY. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Lands Bought and Sold. . If you want to buy or sell call and see us. : DR. C. S WftLL.:- ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Midwifery Without Instruments. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE TO TREAT THE SAME. EaTCalls promptly answered day or night from the Drug Store. FARMER'S PEONS. QDINTER oaooraoooooaooaQooooyQCK09ooooooaoocKooQotaoooaQg. JOHN W. SPENA, DEALER IN J Wind Tanks Most complete 8 smitli Shop in Western Kansas. 8 S "Your patronage solicited. WA-KEENEY", KANS. S coocccccococeccoccoococccooococcocceoeoooocoooQcoee5 The first load of corn of the season came in Tuesday and went to Yost's elevator. District 25 Riverside township 1 having quite a time about moving their school house. Mr. and Mrs. Glase of Burnside, III visited with their Aid neighbor C C. xeiiier ims wcea. L. Wagner and Ed. Wagner deliver ed 2200 bushels of wheat to Ross & Waldo in the past ten days. W. A. Tawnev, H. H. Tawney -and Will Richards shipped cattle Wednes day. Will and 11. it. accompanied them. The general opinion of the Ogallah contingent seems to be that the Da mon singers did noc equal the Mels tersingers." A lively runaway team scattered a top wagon over the railroad right-of- way near the depot last Sunday. The team belonged to a mover. -Nobody hurt. The Topeka Capital of last Sunday Drinted an excellent likeness of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.- Marquand together with a nice sketch of their lives aud account of their golden wedding. Big Creek News. Several Glencoites are about sick with bad colds. Wheat is still coming up and look ing fairly well. Rained a little Tuesday morning and Wednesday night. The most of the farmers are done seeding or nearly so in the east side. John Allman intends shippingsome yearlings to Kansas City in a few days. Nearly all the farmers have an abundance of feed for their stock this winter. Samuel Glass. Sr. shinned a connle cars of cattle to Kansas City, Tuesday morning. There seems to be a hot time in a certain school district in Trego any way there is a lot or uot air being ex ploded. Revival meetings began at the new M. E. church in Ellis last Sunday evening. ah christian people are I praying for a gracious outpouring or the spirit ana a real uoiy guost time. Oollyir Piek-Up. John Razak is on the sick list this week. Stacy Thomas is quite sick with ty phoid fever. Gilbert Crocker- made a business trip to Wa-Keeney, Fa' arday. John Mulholland and Fred Hickman went to Wa Keener Friday night. Ben New could not find Mrs. New in Collyer so he went to Kansas City. Mrs. Erl Cross, Misses Nannie and Bell Glenn went to Wa-Keeney, Fri day. . Misses Mattie and Fay . Deatrich spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs: Glass. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Kessler took din ner with J. S. Deatrich and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hitt and Mr. and Mrs. George Til ton spent Suuday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tilton. C. R. Kirby has purchased the dry goods and grocery departments of Wm. Bower's big business. Mr. Kir by will take charge November 1st. WA-KEBNJEY, KA5S. KANSAS Mills, Pumps, Tanks. of all sizes made to order. I Agent for THE IDEAL and other Wind Mills. g Machine and Black- Colorado potatoes 7Qc per bushel at. Trego Mer. Co. Best $2 shoe in town at the Trego Mer. Co. HTE WIN T EGGS ' Q00O. FRESH BOGS Wo want to buy direct from everyone tbat has 100 liens or more. Write AT ONCE, or send name and address to MARTIN BROS. & CO.. 1724-26 Market St. Dearer, Colo. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 1039. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Colby. Kansas. October 12th. 1005. Notice Is hereby given that the followlng named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make Dual proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Clerk of the District Court of Trego County, at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Novem ber 85. 1905. vizi Simpson C. Martin. . Homestead Application No. S50fB for the east half of the southeast quarter of section 6. township 14 south, range 84 west of the 8th I . M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: George P. Martin and Thomas O'Toole. of Banner, Kansas; Marion Epperly and Oscar Guilbert, of Wa-Keeney, Kansas. 10 81 A. H. BLAIK. Register. First publication Oct. 14. 19051 Notice ol Putiiic Mo! Sctiool Land. Office of COUNTY TKESTJEEB, TBKOO COCKTT. Wl-K HKCT, KASS.. Oct. 10. 1905. NOTICE is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 7th day of Novemlier A. D. 1905. be tween the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and three o'clock p. m.. I will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, at my office in Wa-Keeney. Kansas, tbe following describ ed tracts of state school land, lying and sit uated in tbe county of Trego, and State of Kansas, to-wlt: Tbe northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (6). township fifteen (1T) south, range twenty-one (21) west. Ap- prHlsea valuation 01. s per acre. Tbe southeast uuarter of the northeast quarter of section six (S). in township fif teen (15) south, range twenty-one (21) west . Appraised valuation fl.25. per acre. I lie southwest quarter of the northenst quarter of section six (6). In township fif teen (15) south, range twenty-one (21) west. Appraised valuation S1.25 per acre. The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (), in township fif teen (15) south, range twenty-one (21 ) west. Appraised valuation $1.35 per acre. Provided, that no bid shall be received for less than the appraised valuation per acre. A deposit sufficient to cover all costs to date of sale will be required of each bidder at said sale. Witness my hand this 10th day of October A. D. 1906. . - t. O. G LEA SON. County Treasurer. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NO. 1013. Department of tbe Interior. i Land Office at Colby. Kansas. September 6. 1905. Notice Is hereby given that tbe following named settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof In support of his -claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Probate Judge, Trego County, at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on November 11. 1905. viz; Daniel Li. McCartv. Homestead Application No. 84932. for the south half of the southeast quarter and the south half of tbe southwest quarter of sec tion 24. townsnip 11 south, range 83 west. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Harlan C. McOollum. Gertrnde Strain. Samuel Parks. Thomas Broomfield; all of Wa-Keeney. Kansas. 30 A. H. BLAIR. Register. : .