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1 TOGO MR. CO.. HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS. READ OUR PRICES 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar . . 10c can of Baking Powder 25c can of Baking Powder Our best Soda A good Tea . 3 lbs Soda Crackers . -Flour, (our best) . Lot of Lawn . 3 lb can of Corn . $1.00 5c - 10c 3c 15c 21c 1.15 3c ... 25c LOT OF NEW QUEENSWARE. THE PICTURE FRAMES ARE GOING FAST A FEW LEFT. 1 SIX DOZEN PAIRS OF PANTS AT HALF PRICE. GOOD SUPPLY OF POTATOES ALWAYS ON HAND. TREGO MER. CO., WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. A Cream of Tartar Powder, free from alum or phos phatic acid ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO, NEW YORK- , PRESENTS DIGGER. Hoafh nf Ptrirfc I Wakh I ) ti W. E. SAl'M. ' I. T. PUHCELL V . Kansas City, Mo. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. ii . - . a is ii ii i ii n o f r r r o SAUM & PURCELL, Wa-Keeney, - - Kansas. Agents for Close Bros- & Co's Lands- 80.000 Acres of DesiraMe Western Kansas Land for sale on Easy Terms with Low Rate of Interest. Call on us or write for terms aud prices. Liberal Commission to Eastern Agents. J. ELLERMEYER, Proprietor. A. Livery and Feed Stable. GOOD RIGS AND CHARGES REASONABLE. Drives Made to all Points. 'Phone 22. WA-KEENEY, KANS. Collyer Cash Hardware Store. .DEALS. In All Kinds Hardware. Well Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest Prices. . , COLLYER - - - - - - KANSAS. Kansas City Southern Railway Straight as the Crow Flies' KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE. SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH r small grain, corn. flax. ries; for commercial centalou-De. potato, tomato and jreneral truck farms; Along Its line are the finest lands, suited for erowinsr f cotton ; for eommKil apple and peacb. orchards, for other f rnits and ber- for sugar cane and rice cultivation; for merchantable timber; for raising norsea, miuea, came, hogs, sheep, poultry ana Angora gu. , 'Writ for Information Concerning FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS New Colony Lecations, Improved Farms. Mineral Lands. Rice Lands and Timber Lands, and tor capias of "Current Events." Business Opportunities, Mice Book. K. C. S. Fruit Book Cheap round-trip homesecxers' tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of - each month. THE 8HODT UNE TO "THE LAND OF f ULFCLLMENT" H.O.DTITTOX,fnT.PM.aIt .O.Wlina.tt.F.uaT, Tsnssi City. Ho. bus City. Mo. r. B. XOISLSZ, Tzsr. Pass, tad Xmla-'a Art-. Zaaama City, Mat. A. Died October 15, 1905, Patrick J. Walsli Aged 45 years. Four short months have not yet passed since we stood in sorrow as the mortal remains of Wm. Walsli were laid to rest beside his brother Thomas in the Catholic cemetery at Collyer. Again we gi ieve as the empty casket that was the earthly abiding place of their brother Patrick rested beside them. Patrick has gone to meet those gone before. Perhaps just beyond our limited vision they meet in joyous greeting; for Dust thou art to dust returneth Was nut written of the soui. Of the five stalworth brothers who lovingly bore the earthly remains of their father to its last resting place, only two are left us, James the eldest, and John, the youngest. From our hearts we pray it may be many, many years before there be an other mound added to the Ave already there. Patrick came to Kansas in the early eighties to join his parents and broth ers already here. Faithfully and un ceasingly they toiled together bravely facing the many hardships that met all the settlers of which so compara tively few had the courage, to light and conquer, and subdue to its pres ent prosperous condition. The joyous, happy disposition of botli parents and children, and the cheerful greeting extended to all helped to' lighten the many burdens with which all at times were oppress ed and made their home a favorite resort for friends and neighbors; and so cast'a beam of sunshine along the oft discouraging way aud helped to brighten a dark path. Ttiey have prospered perhaps be yond their expectations. Their farms are among the. largest, and they have many cattle and horses. Their brother Thomas found pros perity in a commercial life. He with William and Patrick have completed theiF work here and have gone for ward to do their Master's will. About three weeks ago he was stricken with typhoid fever. The fever was broken aud great hopes were entertained of his recovery, but his heart was not strong enough to with stand the strain, and he died. of heart failure as did his brother Thomas after an attack of pneumonia. Two brothers and two sisters, Mrs: O'Connor of Chicago, aud Mrs. Thos. Pratt of Iloxie, were at his bedside. To them and the many berieved friends in their double affliction we extend heartfelt sympathy. The funeral services were held in the Catholic church at Collyer, Tues day forenoon after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery. Oh why should the spirit of mortals be proua Like a rast flitting meteor, a fast fly ing cloud. A flash of the lightning, a break of the wave, . lie passes from life to his rest in. the grave. For Sale- Three brood sows, two sows with pigs by side, one thoroughbred Berk shire boar, thirteen young shouts. Will E. Nelson. . Smoked hams at baker s An Arsazinz Offer- The Success Publishing Co.' offer four periodicals at the price of one and many other clubbing rates as low See the Success agent at V. & L.'i Lumberyard. D- J. Emeuy, Subscrip tion Agent. - The St. Thomas band, that most excellent musical organization sprang a great surprise upon Captain Jacob Deatrich, formerly" of St. Thomas and a veteran of the war of the re bellion, who for the last thirty two years lias been a resident of western Kansas. The occasion took place at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Cyrus Defender fer, where at 8 o'clock last evening, the band appeared "and rendered a number of sprightly selec tions for which that famous organiza tion is noted to have the musical abil ity to perfoiin under the leadership of Prof. Jose pi i Kissel., v hen the mer ry-making was at its height, and after the overture, "N iobe, ' was played, H. j Rush Reed, the president of the or- ; ganization, in a pleasing speech pre sented Captain Deatrich with a long knife or dagger which was left at St. Thomas,in the old - hotel, by a mem ber of Jones' brigade of Swell's corps, when it marched through St. Thomas, headed by a band which plaved, "Dixie," to the battle of Gettsburg, in the latter part of - June, 1863. Mr. Reed's speech was as follows: Captain Deatrich: Niether time, distance, nor the vicissitudes of life have destroyed in us your old friends of tins village 'which bears a pious name, the vividness of recollection of yon, as when you played the" part of merry boyhood, as an actor on this theater of earlier years. You have returned to revisit the old familiar scenes where you have, with much pleasure recalled from the well spring of your recollection, among many things which Lave brought joy to you, the music of the old St. Thomas band which thrilled and charmed your'sav age breast, thirty-two years ago. This progressive offspring of that old or ganization in honor of your warrior biooa, your.aistinguistiea service as a veteran soldier, who with many other young men of the StvThomas locality went forth in the strength of young manhood, at your country's first call to duty, in defense of the Union and in honor of the flag, do present to you upon this happy occasion, this, old bloody dagger which lias a written history attached, as a testimonial of their regards. When you come to make up your garland of memory's flowers, you can use this dagger .to sever the thorns from the stems that gave 'the garland: life, which is less brightened only by that -thought of separation from loving friends, which 19 the only thorn referred ;to, and when you return to - your, western prairie home you will remember our friendship which, being more than a simple bud, you can place by the side of the sweet forget-me-not, and fur thermore remember that music from the gt. Thomas band now pleasing to the ear, is not more so than tidings from distant friends. Captain Deatrfch responded to the address in a humorous and happy vein. Amid great applause he uplift ed and swung high overhead the bloody dagger stating that he would prize it highly as a testimonial of his old friends' regards, take it from its resting place of forty-two years with him back over 1S0O miles to what we used to call in the east, bleeding Kan sas, where he would either use it as a steak kn iTe on Kansas steers in the butchering business or as a scalper's Knife in the keen-cut Indian-named town or Wa-Keeney. " The band then voted its thanks for a bill slipped into the secretary's hands. The baud play ed "Tell Mother I'll Be There," 'Home Sweet Home;" arid thus a hap py time lougto be remembered, ended. -Chambersburg (Pa.) 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I have customers -for a few unim proved cheap tracts of land; some well Improved farms; some small ranches, and two large ranches. " If you want to sell now is the time. Come list what you have, or send me descriptions, prices, etc. For Sale Lands- A few bargains in lands farm and ranch lands irrigated Lacds. . ' I am agent for the Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet & .Irrigated Land Co's lands in Southeast Colorado, where farming pays. Call ou or write, S. M. nUTZEL, Wa-Keeney, Kaos. A. B. UONES. . PHYSICIAN AND STJKOEOK. STA-KBENET. - . K 12 id m ttt tur Baker -will pay 5 cents per pound for good hides unt il further notice. If you wish to sell your farm list it with R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa Keeney, Kans. and the willow The lives of the oak shall fade,. Be scattered around and together be laid, i .; -v - The young and the oldrand the low . - and the high Shall moulder to dust and together shall, lie. . lot was to sow his The peasant, whose ana to reao. - - - The herdsman, who climbed with goats to the steep, ' - .- The beggar, .who wandered in search t of his bread . Has faded away like the grass which we tread. Tis 'tis the the the wink of an eve. draught of a breath. From the blossom of health, to paieness or aeatti, From the gilded saloon, to the bier - and the shroud, Oh why should the spirit ol mortals , be proud?, Ji.-D. Fresh pork at Baker s. - The Coffey ville Journal of October 7th, devotes a column to the mail or der ' houses in which it expresses good common sense. Among the many arguments presented, here are a few: Jiot a man .or woman in this city would buy clothes from a home merchant without first inspecting them, even if offered them at a price 20 per cent below the best catalogue price. You send your money to Chi cago and it never comes back. The volume of money in circclation in Coffeyville and vicinity is reduced just that amount. It every person in this section- followed your example, my Chicago department store . friend, every store .in this town would have to close its doors, and we would have a nice city, wouldn't we? - The Olathe Tribune says there is not a country newspaper in twenty that will accept an advertisement from a mail order house or advertis ing of any kind that will hurt the home merchant, and thinks the home merchants should all reciprocate by patronizing the home paper. To exchange for smooth Trego county land A tine improved farm near county seat of Worth county. Mo. Also several well located Iowa farms. J.T. W. Cloud. Pay us we need coin. . Wanted to Buy. SnaDS in Trego county land. Write full description to KIQUETTE BROS. Lincoln, Kans. I have several customers for lands suitable for wheat raising. If you want to sell list your land with me. JOHN" A. NELSON. Have W. II. Swigtrett make your legal papers. He makes them cor rectly. Fon Sale T,he lands known as the Waddell lands in Trego county, Kan sas, described as set out below. These lands will .be sold with a cash pay ment down of four hundred dollars per quarter section, balance in five or six equal annual payments, seven per cent interest, privilege of paying on or before. Price to be made reasona ble. Ne i 14-11-21 Te i 26-13-23 Sw i 27-13-23 Sw i 34 13-23 EiXei 5-14-23 Ei Se i 2H-14-23 SwiSe i 26-14-23 Sei Swi 26-14-23 NwiNwJ 26-14-23 EiNwi 26-14 23 Se i 22-15-23 Nwi 2-12-24 IV 1 Ne 1 22-15-23 N i "Nw i 22-15-23 Sw.i 4-13-24 Se i 22-13-24 Ne i 20-13-24 Nw J 32-13-24 Sw i 31-15-24 ' Sw i 12-13-25 Ne i 28-13-25 Sw i 34-13-25 Ne i 6-14-25 Nw i 19-15-25 Se i 26-15-25 - I am sole agent of these lands, and have at the present time tha exclusive agency. II. F. Kline, . f. " . Wa-Keenev, Kans - H. E. TRIPP, Veterinary Dentist. .Examination . Free. $1.00 to Operate on Teeth. Satisfaction Guaranteed Wa-Keeney Kans. THE GOOD OLD SUMMER, TIME is at hand when it will be so delight ful to sit on the' porch. T'will be more delightful if you provide nice COMFORTABLE PORCH FURNI ture. -Come and let us help yon with the providing. You will find an as sortment of easy chairs, seats, ham mocks, etc, which would b hard to match. Either the style, quality or price would be hard to equal. T. S. HOWE & SON, Furniture and Funeral Supplies Kepair Work a Specialty. A Fire and Lightning policy in the Continental is a good and safe one. W H.wiggett, Agent. Good fresh beef at Baker's. ' H. f. KLINE. REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTING. Bonded in the sum of $5,000. INSURANCE. NOTA R Y PUBLIC. Rents Collected and payment of Taxes for Xon-Residonts a Specialty. J Large I ist of hinds for sale at low prices VH and easy terms. , Hi WA-KEENEY, KANS., r. r. Hi ii ri. - GRANT GOBLE. GOBLE MARION GOBLE BROTHERS, Contractors !ild Builders We make a specialty of finecarpenter work. Make plans, drawings, specifi cations ana estimates on all work in our line. , sg"Shop opposite depot". VTA KEENEY - KANSAS.' . Dealer in.. Jewelry, wcici.es. Clocks. Eic.-. Complete Line of Spectacles. Repairing a specialty. "38 years in the business. MRS. CLBRfl I. REYNOLDS. Fashionable Milliner. The Latest Styles of Hats and Trimmings on Hand. C35"Prices Reasonable. Wa-Keeney - Kans. 5R. Spurns, Reaf Estate 9ett. 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. - AVA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS. C. D. YETTER, NOTARY PUBLIC. "Legal papers neatly and accurately executed. Ogallah " - , - Kansas a v i a Hi it ii a i a Ur ii W. H. SWIGGETT, REAL : ESTATE Loans 'and Insurance. -' Bonded' Abstracter and Notary Public. Legal papers made and exe- cuted. WA KEENEY, KANS. ccececccecccceceecccc August ..... ....... f-.-.-. ..... ., ,, Horseshoeing a. Specialty. L. Schmitt's Old Stand. wa-kekney - KANSAS. 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