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I LESTER C. MUDGE, 1 REAL ESTATE. 2 16,000 acres of fine wheat land for sale. Reasonable prices, small cash payment, balance eight equnl annual installments. 2 Also large list of improved farms, ranches and alfalfa lands. n Call aud see me at WA-KEEJVE1T, KANSAS. TDestern Kansas IjDorfcl Issued every Saturday, and entered Into the postoffice at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second class mall matter. E.ablisned March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, OCT. 28. 1905. Joe Glenn is attending High school. Dr. Wickizer, The Optician, Mon day, November 6. For Sale Farm wagou, hay wagon, liar rake. S. L. Shorthill. Comrades Swiggett and Tosh are 'able to be up and around aeain. For Sale First class milk cow. Call at Ed Chalk's ranch rn Big creek. Hugh Elliott of the north Saline is very ill in Kansas City with pneu monia. For Sale Cheap Young work and driving horses and colts. Also lot of wire and posts. ' Joe Sigler is selling off his horses etc., preparatory to locating in the Klondike country. Dr. Ilostetter, Dentist, will be in Collyer, Moveraber 7, prepared to do all kinds of dentistry. Mr. and Mrs. George Baker return ed home Sunday morning from their trip to the Pacific coast. Dr. Wickizer, The Optician, will be In Wa-Keency. Monday, November 6. Eyes examined. Glasses fitted. Bob Kirk, from the North Saline, shipped two cars of fat cattle to Kan sas City, the front end of the week. Edwin Foster, of Buffalo, N. Y., is visiting his uncle, Jacob - Holler, of Ogallah township. Ellis Headlight. Taken up 8 head of young horses and a mule,' 1 black and white spotted mare. A. Ross, 10 miles northeast of Wa-Keeney. The Presbyterian Aid -society will hold an exchange every Saturday un til further notice at the Trego store beginning at 2 o'clock. E. S. Beach, of Hays, wa in the city the first of the week. Mr. Beach is wintering a lot of steers at J. H. Maack's rancli north of town. Geo. McVey was in from Togo last Friday. He found a boys' watch on the Hill Citv road. The owner can get same by calling at his home. Dr. Wickizer, The Optician, makes regular visits every sixty days. He is a specialist in his line and an expert optician. Consult him about your Eye troubles. Mrs. Fannie Garrett, of Logan, Ohio, is visiting with her uncle, James B. Bell, in Franklin township, this week. They had not met for half of a century. The Baptist church building is feeding some repairs. The ladies or tuV church are planning and working to nave it done. A lunch is to be served by them at the home of Mrs, Gorrell to help secure the where-wi th ai, and they will be glad to serve a large number. Last Saturday was hardly a day to play bail, it being cold and blustery, But the clubs of - Wa-Keeney and El lis Iliiili schools tried it, and the final score stood Elljs 16, Wa-Keeney 15. But to tell the truth, the umpire, a Wa-Keeney man. helped the Ellis lxiys out. Ellis Headlight. Mrs. William Calvin Chilton, of Mississippi, is -considered a great suc cess in I er portrayal of the "Southern darkey." Mrs. Chilton was adelegate to a,recent ronv.ntion of elocution ists, and made a decided bit in a read ingfrom Ruth McEnery Stuart. -N Y. Tribune. At the court chouse No vember 9. Twentv-tive years to i.ems from the Ness Citv News: Lawyer Gilker son, of Hays City, was in town yester day: Captain 1!. J. F. Hanna, of the Wa-Kceney land office, and S. J. Os born, formerly of this town, were at iidney attending the Masonic exer cises on Saturday last. Stephen X. vas as geukil as ever, and the Cap am, whose acquaintance we were lad to make, is one of those cheerful, ood natured gentlemen, whom it is Iways a pleasure to meet. "WEATHER EEPOST. Maximum and minimum tempera tures according to the government thermometer at Wa-Keeney for the week ending October 26. Max. win. Friday 54 19 Saturday 62... bunday os. , . Monday "4... Tuesday 62. . . Wednesday 70. . . Thursday 73... 24 34 42 29 36 Still drv with alternate north and soutli winds for a daily change, but a rather pleasant weeK on tne wnoie. Len Johnson was up from Ellis on Thursday. Fire and Tornado Insurance. W. H. Swiggett. Mrs. Ed. Porter visited Mrs. Ernest Jesse near Stockrange this week. A. B. Redmond of Banner, returned from Kansas City last Wednesday. Mrs. Strain sold her Saline river farm to a man from Nebraska for &,- 000. For sale Lot 15, block 41, Main street. Inquire of, Albert C. Sellers, Wa-Keeney, Kan. . Comrade Yetter of Ogallah was kicked by a horse one evening last week, breaking his arm below the el bow. Mrs. L. A. Craton writes from Rock Falls, III., that Mr. Craton is still confined to his room with rheuma tism. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mudge -enjoyed a visit from Mr. Mudge's parents from Burlington, Iowa, the first of the week. W. II. Swiggett, S. F. Kellv.J. J Keraus and J. J. Drummond attended the funeral of Patrick Walsh at Coll yer, Tuesday. There will be Episcopal services at the county superintendent's office. Sunday at 11 a. in- Everybody invited J. H. Lee, Rector. T. M. Houx will reside on the L. G. Johnson farm on Big creek the en suing year. Mr. Houx is a hustler aud will put this farm in good shape. Mrs. W. D. Stephens left for Kan- apolis. Kan., Thursday morning in re sponse to a telegram that her daugh ter, Mrs. T. J. Nixon, was very sick. The Tom Thumb wedding at the Presbyterian church last Friday even ing was well received by a crowded house and the little . folks did them selves proud. There will be services at the Bap tist church in Collver, on Sunday, Oc tober 29, as follows: Sunday sciiool at 10 a.m. Preaching at n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. You are invited. C. W. C. EricKsoli, Pastor. At Leavenworth, Wednesday before the federal grand jury, Mrs. Oscar Sohnsof this citv pleaded guilty to the charge of using the mails for the purpose of defrauding John Schlotter- tmch of Ellis out of the sum of $35. For this offense Mrs. Sohns was fined $50 and was sentenced to one dav's imprisonment in jail. After the or der of the jury was carried out in re gard to fine and imprisonment, Mr. and Mrs. Sohns went to Kansas City for a few days' visit. Junction City Union. . The Song of the Hair There are four verses. Verse 1. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. Verse Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling hair. Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. The chorus is sung by millions. Before rniinr Arers hair VI i thin and very poor hxir. Bnt T continued to Ikot I had nse the Visor until niT hair aratlv Imnravcd In every way. I have used it off and on for the pat ten years.' -Has. M. S&uxxoxd, newara. xi- f. w Aiadnnemifl Iyer's SABSAPASILLA. PHXS. CUEKBT PECTORAL. F. M. Morgan was on the Rick list' this week. ' Miss Gertie Strain returned home Tuesday from Iowa. Girl wanted for general house work. Good wages; no washing. Mrs. Geo Baker. . Dr. A. E. Woodworth. .dentist of Ellis, will be in Wa-Keeney, Novem ber 1st remaining till 4th. Peter Frank, night man at the de pot, has been transferred to Oakley. Joe Shaw takes his place here. ' Albert Cum mi rigs, who has been visiting .his parents southwest of town for some time, departed Satur day evening for his borne at Nodaway, Iowa. The Ladies' Aid society of the Bar- tist church will serve a 15c lunch Thursday evening, November 2, from 5 to 7 o'oloek. at the home of Mrs. Gorrell. Eveiyone cordially invited. Mrs. Lalie Gunckel. Secretary. O. A. Cortright received a telegram last Sunday conveying the sad news of the illness of his daughter, Mrs. Jas. Rogers. Mrs. Cortright left on the first train for Mulvaue, Kans., where herdaugliter resides. Miss Georgie Virmond has been elected to a full professorship in the State University. She will teach al gebra and trigonometry. She will al so teach German in the city high school afternoons. Her many Havs friends will be giad to know of Mis.-" Virmond's success. Hays Republican. Mr. and Mrf. C. J. Ferris left last Saturday for Kansas City to visit sev eral weeks. They will visit tlleir daughter, Bessie, at Minneapolis, Kan. They will return to Wa-Keeney for a few days and then proceed to the Pacific coast where they will spend the winter. Mrs. William Calvin Chilton, the famous southern reader, impersona tor, and monodramist, will render a miscellaneous program which you are sure to enjoy and cannot afford to miss. This is the second number of the seasou's lecture course. At the court house Thursday evening, No vember 9. The many friends of B. S. New of Collyer will regret to learn that he is in Chicago being treated for cancer of the stomach. We all hope for Ihs speedv recovery and return to our midst. His cheerful disposition and straightforward honesty .has made him many friends who will gladly welcome his return. On the 18th of October, Lewis "F. Clark, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of the east part of the county, died after several weeks' sick ness. The little one wjs born June 15, 1905; and was 4 months and 3 days old at the time of death. Mr. and Mrs. Clark have the sincere sympathy of their friends in this their sad trial and we hope they may be sustained and comforted by a Higher Power through their bereavement. Rev.'j. B. Sites will supply the pul pit at the M. E. church next Sabbath, in the ;bsence of the pastor, who goes to assist in a Missionary Rally at Ban ner, Kansas. There will be no preach ing service at Ogallah in the after noon, as Brother Sites is not able to make the drive and preach three times. Brother Sites is also superin tendent of the Sunday school and will be pleased to meet you at 9:45 a. m. at the church with a well prepared les son. Come, prepared or not, and "help just a little." E. L. 6:30 p. m. "Rally round the standard of Christ your royal King" Yours in His name, V. E. Scott, Pastor. On last Wednesday evening, Miss Mabel Ashcroft and Mr. Lou Gleason were united in marriage at the home of Sheriff Ashcrort at Hill City. The mother of the groom and Mrs. T. B Hays were the only tines who attend ed from th's city. The bride and groom are well known to all of cuf readers having lived here a greater portion of their lives. Miss Ashcroft is a young woman of many -excellent qualities. She has served in the ca picity of a" clerk fi-r several of our leading stores and also served in that capacity in the postofflce for about a year and a half. She is a bright en tertaining young woman and is fdliy capable of making her husband an ideal wife. Mr. Gleason -is one of Treuo county's foremost young men both socially and in the business wor:d. He is at present county treas urer and also interested in the sheep business. He possesses all the quali ties that go to make up the manly man and his many friends here con gratulate him on securing so estima ble a woman for his life's companion. They will reside in Wa-Keeney. The Woblo and a "very large circle of friends-" extend congratulations and wish them a loug, happy and prosper ous life.- Lands bought and sold by R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa-Keeney, Kans. A Crecrn cfTcrfiiPcrrdcr 1.3 filua ; U George Bowman, eldesfcdjbn "of Mrs. Bowman, who lives vrt,lr of the sclKiol house, died last evening at 7 o'clock. Obituary next week. German Lutheran sorvices next Sunday at 3 o'clock at the M. F: church. Sunday stliool at 2 o'clock. Everybody invited to come. G. M. Buoge, pastor. , 'j.F. Donovan ot Kinmundy, 111., is visiting his brother-in-law, Mayor King. ' Mr.' 1). is postmaster, lawyer and real estate investor. He made this office a pleasant call. " Dr. Jones will sell his herd of - Short-Horn cattle, , Wed nesday, November 22, at public sale. Watch for big bills. Pickled pork at Rakers. Shoes: Shoes! Shoes! Trego Mer. Co For Sale Superior drills. O. A. Cortright. Two improved farms for rent. W. IT. Swiggett. T I n.... li.nds nittt ma T tifivA purchasers for some choice improved and unimproved lands. J. T. W. Cloud. Wa a ia ovftlnciro atrnntc f C r tll0 ftfl. ebrated Acme flour manufactured hv tue wiison mills, (jail ana get a sacs ror only si.io. u rego iier. jo. Report of school District 23 for month ending. October i3th:. Days taucrht. 2o: pupils enrolled, li; aver age daily attendance, 9.8-. Pupils neither absent nor tardy; Earle and Leona Barbee. Ruth Cox, Callabeth Thomas, Josephine Houx, Eddie. Fred and Rosie Spena. Visitors: Mrs. Stel la Spena, Florence Barbee, Mrs. Houx, Mrs. J. Spena, Alfred and Harry Spe na. Frances Glenn, Teacher. Dgallah Fred narrison lost a valuable horse last Sunday. I. M. Yost of Hays made a brief visit to Ogallah Tuesday evening. J. G. Hixson shipped two loads of cattle Tuesday. Howard Brockway accompanied them. ;C. C. Yetter had his arm broken by the kick of a vicious horse lastFiiday evening. Dr. Kidd of Ellis reduced the fracture and the arm is slowly improving. Big Creek News. Tis pretty cool and frosty of a morn ing now. Anna Pearson has been on the sick list again. John Glass' house. is nearly ready for the plasterers. A. P. Teeters purchased a span of colts in Ellis last Saturday. Mrs. Mollie Germann lias gone to Missouri'to visit witii her folks. Frank Furbeck wss laid up wirh ,an attack of the rheumatism last week. W. F. Cross, Chas Loflin and John Herbert started after apples Monday. The thermometer registered 28 above zero on Wednesday morning of last week. 1 -' Enoch Nelson is building himself a new house on his farm iu Riverside township. Revival meetings will begin at Ridgway, Monday night, October 30. Everybody is invited. CATARRH S?DJ Elvs Cream Balm This Remedy is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. CIVCS RELIEF AT OMCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cores Catarrh and urives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Ties to res the Senses of Taste and SmelL Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Sise, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren St., New Tort HUMESTON, IOWA. " "VTA-KEEHEY, KANS. ft L. BOTT'S LftND AGENCY. 1 Wa-Keeney, . Kansas. Lands Bought and Sold. If you want to buy or sell call and see us. DR . C. S WftLL.s- - ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Midwifery Without Instruments. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE TO TREAT THE SAME. SCaIls promptly answered day or night froni the Drug Store. FARMER'S PHONE. ' QUINTER - - - - - - KAX5vXS inn fvi wr ilinil w 3 .DEALER IN. Wind Tanks Agent for THE other Wind Mills. 3 Most complete smith Shop in Western Kansas. j "Your patronage solicited. WA-KEENEY, KASS. ccodcccccceccccceecccecoccecccccecccceecee3Ccecu From Voda. Mr. Tegtmeyer is hauling wheat to Voda. . G. Kristoff is working on his uew house. Shucking corn is the order of the day around here. Our postmaster, C. Wolf, is hauling his winter's feed. Carl and Steve Krhut hauled hay-to Wa-Keeney, Friday. The well man, " Newcomer, is drill ing ix well for G. Kristoff. Mrs, Geo. Kristoff and Rudolph vis ited at J. Horak's Monday. Ernest Hillman had callers from east of Wa-Keeney, Sunday. Newcomer, the well man, drilled a well for Mrs. Lizzie Kliut last week. W. D. Austin received the sad news of the death of'liis father at Marion, Ohio. Mr. Osterkamp or Wa-Keeney is shucking the corn he bought or V. Rordovsky. Mr. Cox, our elevator man. sold his horse and buggy, lie is going to twke her a foot now. W. D. Austin is building a large elevator for Mr.Cox at Voda I mean a coal elevator 16x32. Misses " Anna, Rosa. Kimela and Mattie Tliiel orCollyer, visited at W. L. Austin's Sunday. John Malliuosky, the boss carpen ter and contractor of Voda, is build ing a new house f jr Mrs. Lizzie Krhut. W. W. Gibson, the popular druggist of Wa-Keoney, was in Voda the first or the week potting in a telephone Tor K. istotl brothers. R. Owen and wire, three Schwan beck brothers and their wives, Mrs. G. Kristoff and Charley and Mrs. W. L). Austin, all or Voda, attended the funeral of Patrick Walsh at Collyer last Tuesday. FOR. SALE My Farm and Rancli, Two miles north of Wa-Keeney on the Hill City road, 960 acres with pools of living water fed by never failing springs. Enquire or Leonard Schmitt, first hjuse north of the court house. 10-14 V IFiist published October 38. lftpSi County Srryor'i Notice of Surrey. State or(Kansas. Trego County, as: In the niatter of establishing, permanent ly, the corners and boundaries of land owned b Cbarles W. bweet and A. Barken. -To H G Bott. H S. HillniHii. Lnion Paci fic Land (O.H. F Kline. :lia. V. Arrnbus f -'llllam Lei.iM. U. G. GreeBer. Alois F. S rt.well. Eliza E.J. riHTenport. Vou ara hereby notified. ,that Charles w. Sweet and1 A. Burkel t.of Trefto county. Kan s is. hunt mtined me as County Surveyor of Trvgo countv. Khikhs. to establiali. perma nen.i . the corners a d boundaries of the fallowing descrioeu r;icis of land ned by them and situated In Trego counfy, Kansas. Altnt section 16. the west half of west half of 15. south half and northeast qaurier of 20 and south half of southwest quarter and west half of the southeast quarter ami west hair of northaastqiianer and north half of northwest quarter of section 8. all In -"-s. ip 11 soutli. range 33 west of I he 6th P. al as between tbem and you and each of you with respect to tra-t of land respectively owned by you ai.d lying adjacent to. the above described land, and that I. as County Surveyor, will, on the 13th day of November. WU5. at 10 o'clock ' a. m. of said day at the southeast corner of said section 2U. In said county .proceed according to law to estab lish, permanently, said corners and Jnwndn ries. at which time y-u may. If you wish, be present and be heard. y .g By A. It- Livikortok. ... Deputy County Surveyor. Trego County. Kansas. rnrw i 8 r II A - W u u Mills, Pumps, Tanks. 2 of all sizes made to order. V) IDEAL and u - 3 8 Machine and Black- ! Colorado potatoes 70c per bushel at Trego Mer. Co. Best $2 shoe in town at the Trego Mer. Co. WE V II F EGGS GOOD FRESH. EGGS v We want to bAy direct from everyone tlint has 300 liens or more. Write AT ONCE, or send name and address to MARTIN BliOS. & CO.. 1724-26 Market fct. D:aver, Cok). . NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION No. 1C39. Department of the Interk.r. Lund O flice nt. Colby. Kansns. October 12th. 1!03. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of Ills inten tion to make iiital proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will lie made be fore the Clerk of the District Court of Trego County, at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Novem ber 25. 1905. vizt Simpson C. Martin. Homestead Application No. SMX12 for the east half of I lie southeast quarter of section ?; '.wiiablp 14 south, range 34 west of the 6th He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, vis: George F. JNkirtln and Thomas O'Toole. of Banner, Kansas; Marion Epperly and Oscar Guilliert. of Wa-Keeney. Kausxs. 1" 21 A. li. BLA1K. Register. First publication Oct. 14. 1U05I Notice ci Public soieji scncoi Lend: Office of COUNTY THE SUKEIt, TKEUO COUKTT. Wa-Keksbt. Kans.. Oct. 10. 19f 5. "VOTICE Is hereby tcivv-n that on Tuesday. theTlh day of Novemer A. D. 105. be tween the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and three o'clock p. no.. I will olfer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, at my office iu Wn-Keeney. Kansas, lite following dcscril ed tracts of s4ate school hind, lying and sit uated in the county of Trego, and State of Kansas, lo-wit: The northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (G). township fifteen (15) south, range twenty-one (21) west. Ap praised valuation 1.25 per acre. The southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (6). In lownship fif teen (15) south, range twenty-'one 021) west. Appraised rKluation $1.15 per acre. the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (6). in township fif teen 15 South, range twenty-one ml) west. Appraised valuation, 125 per acre. Tii northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section six (ft). In township fif teen (15) south. ' range twenty-one (J west. Appraifed valuation SI 2a per acrer Provided, that no bid shall be received for less than the appraised valuation per acre. K deposit sufficient to cover all civsts to date of sale will be required of each bidder at said sale. Witness my band this 10th day of October A. D. 1WUS. L. C. GLEASON. County Treasurer. KOTICE FOB PUBLICATION NO. 1013. Department of the Interior. i . .Land Office at Ool by. Kansas. " V Sentember 26. lOni. A Notice Is hereby riven that the followlng naroed settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will 1m made lie- A fore the Prolmte Judge, Trego County, nt Wa-Keeney, Kansas, ou November IX, 1905. DimlH L. McCarty. Homestead Application No.- for the south half of the southeast quarter and the south half of the southwest quarter of sec tion 24. townsnlp 11 south, range 23 west. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upoo-oiiid cultiva tion of said land, viz: ' Harlan C. Wrf-ollum. Gertrude Strain. Samuel Parks. Thomas Broomfield; all i f Wa-Keeney. Kansas. ' 30 A. U. BLAIR, Register.,