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Issued every Saturday, and entered into the postoffice at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second class mail matter. E?tatilslied March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, MAR. 24. 1906. Onion Pacific Time Table. Mountain Time. I WEST BOUND. No. 101 Fast Express- Due.. 2:00 a. m. No. 103 Western Lm't Due.. 7:45 p. m. No. 155 Local Freight Due.. 4:45 p. m. EAST BOCJTD. Ko.l04-'EasternLra't. .Due.. 5:20a. m No. 103 Fast Express Due.. 10:53 p. m. No. 154 Local Freight Due.. 8:10 a m. Tickets sold and nagjrase checked to all points in United States and Canada. R. E. Morse. A Kent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself a candidate fnr .Tnripft r.f the Twentv-thlrd Judicial Dis trict, subject to the decision of the Republi can Judicial convention. J. H. BeepeR- EEPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CON VENTION. There will be a delegate convention of the Republicans of the Sixth Con gressional district of Kansas- at the city of Lincoln on Tuesday. April 10, 1906, at 11 o'clock a. m,, for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for said district and to elect a Congres sional Central committee for said dis trict and to transact any other busi ness which may properly come before said convention. Delegates to said convention shall be selected at such time and in such manner as the county Central com mittees of the several counties may prescribe. The basis of representation in said convention shall be one delegate at large in each county in said district and one delegate for each two hun dred votes or major fraction thereof, cast for J. R. Burrow for secretary of state, at the election of J904, entit ling the several counties to the follow ing representation: Cheyenne 3 Norton 8 Decatur. 6 Osborne 9 Ellis 5 Phillips 10 Ellsworth 6 Rawlings 4 Gove 3 Rooks 7 Graham 3 Russell 7 Jewell 12 Sheridan 3 Lincoln 7 Sherman 3 Logan 10 SmiMi 10 Mitchell 9 Thomas 3 Trego 3 Wallace 2 Total , 128 E. A. McFakiakd, Johs Q. Royce, Secretary. Chairman. REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVEN TION. There will be a delegate conven tion of the Republicans of the 23rd Judicial District of Kansas, at, the city of Wa Keeney, Kansas, on the 5th day of April, 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating a -candidate for judge of said district and to elect a Judicial Central Com mittee for said district; and to trans act any other business which may properly come before said convention. The basis of representation in said convention shall be one delegate at large In each county in said district and one delegate for each 200 votes, or a major fraction thereof, cast for J. R. Burrow for Secretary of State at the election of 1904, entitling the sev eral counties to the following repre sentation: Russell county 7 Ellis " 5 Trego " 3 Gove " 3 Logan " w..3 Wallace " 2 Delegates to said convention shall be selected at such time and in such manner as the county central commit tee of the several coifnties may pre scribe. Jas. D. Banker, Chairman. . . C W. Milxei:, Secretary. Sheriff G. A. Hays returned from St. Louis Ywnesav m0rn'n8 where he had bee M Searching for the two murderers of George Maneon. .Sheriff Hays found upon his arrival at St. Louis that the two men wanted had bought a half interest in a sniail Greek coffee house, but the publica tion of the story of the murder as re ported in the Sharon Springs Times In a Greek newspaper gave the two men the tip that they were wanted, and they took all the money out of the coffee house money drawer and left St. Louis. After leaving Wallace the two men were traced to Pueblo, from Pueblo to Omaha and from Omaha to St. Louis. The two men arrived in St. Louis wearing' new black sails, white vests, new watches and chains, new leather hand grips, and wearing "fony" diamonds. They invested $400 in a coffee house and gave their note for $200 more. The Pinkerton detectives are on the trail of the men and it is believed that they. will be caught. The Union Pa cific .railroad is paying all expenses which goes to prove that corporations are not heartless after all. Sharon Springs Times. v Pay us we need coin. Township Sunday School Conventions. March 25, Willcox township, at South Downer. April 8, Franklin township, at Pleasant Hill. April 15, Riverside township, at Mt. Pleasant. April 29, Coilyer township, at Col lyer. A young man fell in love with a pretty German girl and sent her a note proposing a place xf meeting. He wrote: ilThat my darling may make no mistake, remember I will wear a light pair of trousers and a dark cutaway coat. In my right hand I will carry a cane and in mv left a cigar. Yours ever, Jake." The girls father got hold of the note and sent this answer: "Dot mine son make no misdakes, I vill be dreshed in mine shirt sieves. I vill vear in mine right hand a club. In mine left hand I Vill wear a six-shooter. You vill re cognize me by de vay I bats you on de head . goaple time twice mid de club. Vait for me at de corner, as I haf somedings important to 'inform you mit. Your frent, Heinrich Muller." The young man didn't keep the ap pointment. Ex. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money ir PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. A real.estate publication issued at St. Louis has the following: "As ad instance of the rate at which lands go up in price in Western Kansas Is a quarter section sold a year ago by an agent for $2,000. Last spring it sold for $2400. Last June two young women who had saved a little money bought it for $2,600. Last week they sold it for $3,200. It may be sold again this winter for a yet larger figure. A stenographer working in a real estate office bOHght a quarter section in Western Kansas for $200 last fall. She has been offered $700 and is hold ing out for an even $1000. She is likely to get it. Go to the Trego Mercan tile company for your bran and shorts. The ColojjePs Oath. David Mulvane, the banker of To peka, tells a story of the early days of Dodge City in that State when Judge Strang was a judge in one of the courts. - Judge Strang was obliged to be ab sent a good deal of the time, and every time he went away the lawyers would get together and elect a fire eating old Confederate colonel judge pro tern. "Why do you always elect the Col onel judge pro tern?" some one In quired. "Oh, " said the leader of the bar, "we do it because we like to see the old sardine take the oath of allegiance to the United States!" Ex. A Modem Version. Little Bo Peep She lost her sheep. But she never did things by halves; For her skirts were knee-high, And disclosed to the eye That she still had a couple of calves! Sam S. Stinson. A Chinaman editing a Chinese pa per in San Francisco makes the fol lowing statement concerning whiskey ys. opium: "Whiskey raises the pas sions which transform a man into a beast, and he goes home to kick his wife; opium changes the man to a living corpse and when he goes home his wife kicks him," A small boy rushed up to a doctor's office and shouted, "Say I want the doctor to come to our house right away." "Who are you?" asked the doctor. "Gee, don't you know me? Why we .deal with you regular; we had a baby from here last weeK." Ex. An exchange in speaking of a de ceased citizen, said: "We knew hlm- as old Ten Per Cent the more he made the less he spent the more he got the more he lent he's dead we don't know where he went but if his soul to heaven was sent he'll own the harps and charge 'em rent." Pale, Thin, Nervous ? Then your blood must bs in n verv bad condition. You certainly know what to take, g then take it Ayer's Sarsa parilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. Weknow what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Sold for over 60 years. This is the first question yemr doctor would ask: "Are tout biwftl9 repuiar?" lie knows that dailv action of the boweis is aiisoluTely essential' to recorerj. Keep your li-er active and your bowel regular by taking laxalivfe ucses of Ayer's I'll la. ' t M-.rio by THE SMILE OF A TEAMSTER is one of the hard to lose kind when his horses wear out harness. Because it is made to please the horse easy, correctly fitting. Properly tanned leather, thoroughly seasoned, is used in the manufacture of our HARNESS. It naturally follows, therefore, that it wears well. Saddles, bridles, hal ters, lap robes, etc., in great variety. The beaten path to our store is tire satest one to take in purchasing har ness. A. B. JONES. A. B. JONES. PHYSICIAN AND 8UKGEON, WA-KEENEY - - KANSAS. TRANK LINOS AY, B. A. M. D., SURGEON. OFFICE IN TOSH BUILDING. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. CONTEST NOTICE NO. 11943. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office. Colby. Kan., February 27, 1906. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed iruthis office by James L. Terry, con testant against homestead entry No. 25281, made March 23. 1901, for the southeast quar ter of Section twenty 30). towushio fourteen (14) south, range twenty-five (25) west, by Kdelbert Allstol. contestee. in which it is alleged that said claimant has wholly aban doned said land for more than the last six months past, and changed his residence therefrom, that claimant has wholly failed to maintain a habitable house on said land. That said abandonment was not caused by claimants service or employment in the army or navy of the United States. Said parties are hereby notified to a u pear, res pond and offer evidence touching said alle gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 1st. 1906. before the clerk of the district court at AVa Keeney. Kansas, (and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 8th, 1906. before) the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Colby, Kansas. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed February 27th. 1906, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper pub lication. A. 11- BLAIR. 3 3 4t Register. (First published March 10, 1906.) PUBLICATION NOTICE. Tn the District Court of Trego County. Kansas. James W. Davidson. Plaintiff, vs. The Allegheny Trust Company, Defendant. To the above named defendant: You will take notice that you have been sued in -the District Court of Trego County, Kansas, by the above named plaintiff for the Specific Performance of contract, and that you must answer plaintiff's petition now on file in the district court of said county, on or before the 21st day of April, 1906. or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered atrainst vou as craved for in said petition, decreeing that the said plaintiff is the absoluteowner of the following described tract ox land situate in the said county of Treeo. State of Kansas, as follows, to wit: All of section twenty-three (23) in township twelve (12) south or ran ice twentv-tbree (23 west of 6th principal meridian, and that you will be ordered and adjudged to make as Trustee a good and sufficient deed conveying said land to the above named plaintiff and deliver the same to the said plaintiff; and a further judgmeut will be rendered against you xor an costs or tnis action. S. M. HTTTZEL. Attorney for Plaintiff. Antest: R. H. BURNS. seai.1 Clerk District Court. notice ot Final Settlement. Static or Kansas. County or treoo, f In the matter of the estate of Peter S. Freezor, deceased . To the creditors and all other persons In tereflted in the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified, that at the next regular term of the Probale Jourt In and for said county, to be Degun ana neia at tne court room in wa Keenev. Oountv of Treeo and state afore said, on the first Monday in the month of April. A. D. 1906. I shall apply to said court for a full and final settlement of said estate. W. F. CROSS Administrator of the estate of Peter Freezor dM.eased. March B, A. D., 1906. 3 10 (First publication March 17. 1906.) SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of the 23rd Judicial dlsti-lct. setting in and for the County of Trego, in the State of Kansas. J . Warwick Iiy as et al.. Plaintiff. vs. V. A. Arrol et al.. Defendants By virtue of an execution in partition is sued out of said district court. In the above entitled action. I will, on Wednesday, the lfth day of April. A. J). 1906. between the hours of 10 o clock a. m. and 2 o clock d. m.. of said day. at the front door of the court house, in the city of iV a-Keeney. in the County of Trego, in t he tate of Kansas, of fer at public sale, and sell to the hinhest and best bidder, ail the following described real estate. towit: All of section seven (7). in township fifteen (15 south, range twenty-two (22) west. The northeast Quarter of section twenty otie (21). township eleven (11) south, range twenty-four (24) west. The west half and southeast quarter of section twenty-three (23). in township eleven (11) south, range twenty-five (25) west, ail lying and situate in the county of Trego in the State of Kansas. The above described real estat is taken as the property of the parties to the above entitled action and is directed by said execu tion in partition to be ;old without redemp tion to satisfy said execution, at not less than two-thirds of the valuation placed up on said lands by the commissioners hereto fore appointed by the court to make parti tion of the same, and further, that the pnr chaser or purchasers at said sale be permit ted to pay one-fourt h of the purchase price in cash, and the balance in three equal an nual payments, with interest at 6 percent per annum. T. D.HTXSHAW. Sheriff. W. K. Sacm. Attorney for Plaintiff. Money to loan on real estate securi- LANDS W ANTED. . 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. etcN Fr Sale Lands- A liw bargains in lands farm and i nch .ands - Irrigated Lands. . am agent for the Arkansas Valley Su ar Beet & Irrigated Land Co 's lan. s in Southeast Colorado, where farn ing pays. Ca Ion or write, s. m; htjtzel, Wa-Keeney, Kans. . - t W. H. SWIGGETT REAL : ESTATE Loans and, Insurance. Bonded Abstracter and Notary Public. Legal papers made and exe cuted. & WA KEENEY, KANS. cccceccecceccceeccceeeecec 1 H. f. KUNE, I REAL ESTATE. 8 ABSTRACTING. tii I ended in the sum of $5,000. W j INSURANCE, jj ' NOTARY PUBLIC. Rents Collected and payment of Taxes S for Ncn-Resldents a Specialty. jjflj Large list of lands for sale at low prices tfr and easy terms. $ ' WA-KEENEY, KANS., jjj urrs, aVVWWVW 5Reaf Estate (2geTt. Have a fine list ot choice lands in Trego county, and am in position to satisfy land seekers and investors no matter what may be their demands. WA-KEENEY - . KANSAS. rj. ST. ID. ?OUl. CHOICE Wheat, Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Money to Loan on Land, x Pbone Wa-Keeney, Kas. H. E. TRIPP, Veterinary Dentist. Examination, Free. $1.00 to Operate on Teeth. Satisfaction Guaranteed,. Agent for Liquid Koal, the Germ and Insect killer for all kinds of animals. Wa-Keeney Kans. GRANT OOBLE. MARION GOBLK GOBLE BROTHERS, Contractors Builders We make a specialty oi fine carpenter work. Make plans, drawings, specifi cations ana estimates on all work in our line. 0"Shop" opposite depot. WA-KEENEY - ' KANSAS. TREGO COUNTY LANDS FOR SALE. List of Treeo county land with price sub ject to change without notice and subject to Krior sale xerms on ume, one-oan casn. aiance In one. two. three years at seven per cent interest, interest pavable annually. Cash Time XE 26-13-23 $1310 14O0 SWH 2T-13-23 1300 1400 SWM 34-13-23 14O0 1IKK) F.H NK 5-14-33 t00 1000 E"4 $F.H 2B-14-23 f4 per acre KO0 SWK SEX 28 14-23 .4 per acre 8O0 SRX SVi 2B-14-23 t-i per acre SOU NWW NWW 88-14-23 12"0 00 E'4 XW 2ft-1-4-23 13110 1400 SEk 22-15-23 1200 1400 X4 NEV 22-15-23 1200 1400 NA NWM 22-15-23. 12O0 1400 SWH 31-15 24 1400 1HOO SE 2U-15-2S 110 2000 XWM 1-15-25 4 140O 1B00 NEM 6-14-25... 1200 1400 XEX 2S-13-25 100 2000 &WH 34-13-25.. 1200 1400 SWi 12-13-25 140 l0ll NE4 II0-13-24.... 14O0 100 NWi 32-13-24 lJO 30 SF4 22 13-24 : 14O0 1600 SV'i 4-13 24 1200 1400 -- 2-12-24 1"0 2000 NEHi 14-11-21 110 2000 Apply to Leonard Everett. Council BlnlTs. Iowa. or to H. F. Kline. Wa-Keeney, Kansas' Good fresh beef at Baker's. Take Laxative Broma Quinine Tablets. Seven MUSon boxes sow in past 12 This signature, The Japs are doing a We want to F REE!! The Greatest Premium Ever THE FAMOUS 'B U S Y ' and the high speed gold model records if you trade with us. Stop and Consider: People are paying from $20 to 100 for a Graphophone. With us you get 25 worth of merchandise, which Is always the best in quality and the lowest in price, and get a BUSY BEE Talking Ma chine FREE. BUSY BEE Gold Moulded Records Free with each addition 5 in trade. Ask for coupons. TREGO MERCANTILE COMPANY. W. B. SAIIM. Kansas City, Mo. SAUM & Wa-Keeney, Agents for Close 80,000 Acres of Desirable Western Kansas Land for sale on Easy Terms with Low Bate of Interest. Call on us or write for terms and prices. ' ' Liberal Commission 99999999909990099099900999009999999999909090900099095 JOHN W. .DEALER IN. Iron and Wooden Tanks of all sizes made . to order. Agent for THE SAMPSON and IDEAL and other Wind Mills. Most complete Machine and Black smith Shop in Western Kansas. Your patronage solicited. A. J. ELLERMEYER, Proprietor. LiYery and Feed Stable. GOOD RIGS AND CHARGES REASONABLE. Drives Made to all Points. 'PHOKB 22. I WA-KEESEY, KANS. - Coilyer Xash Hardware Store ' DEALS In All Kinds E Hardware. Well Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest Prices.' . , COLLYER - - - - - ' - - - - - KANSAS. Subscribe for To Cure a Cold in One Day "Russian Business" Rush Ours Offered" B E E" GRAPH0PHONE I. T. PURCELL Wa-Keeney, Kaunas. PURCELL, - - Kansas. Bros - & Co's Lands- to Eastern Agents. Z SPENA, Wind Mills, i Pumps, Tanks. WA-KEENEY, KANS. the world. Cores Grip in Two Days. on every r?jr SrAr box. 25c I tv. Herman Long.