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Issued every Saturday, and entered into the postoffice at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, as second class mall matter. Established March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, MAR. 31, 1906. Galon Pacific Time Table. t Mountain Time. I WIST BOUND. No. 101 Fast Express Due.. 2:00 a.m. . No. 103 Western Lm't Due.. 7:45 p. m. No. 155 Local Freight. ...ljue.. 4:45 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 104 Eastern Lm't. .Due.. 5:20a. m No. 102 Fast Express Due. .10:53 p. m. -No. 154 Local Freight Due.. 8:10 am. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points in United States and Canada. R. E. Morse. Agent. .ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Twenty-third Judicial Dis trict, subject to the decision of the Republi can Judicial convention. J. H. Eiedeh. REPUBLICAN 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 1904, 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 Smith 10 Mitchell 9 Thomas 3 Trego 3 Wallace 2 Total : 128 E. A. McFarlmid, John Q. Rtnrre; 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 otber 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 xt State at the election of 1904, entitling the sev ral counties to the following repre sentation: - Russell county '. 7 Ellis . " , o Trego " 3 Gove 44 3 . Loir an 44 ' 3 Wallace 44 Delegates to said convention shall be selected at such time and in such manner as the county central commit tee of the several counties may pre scribe. Jas. D. Banker, Chairman. C. W. Miller, Secretary. What Rwder Has Done. CongresJf n are judged by ttieir -ability to do things. Many of those who are up towards the front in this category are seldom heard of In the newspapers. One of the members of the Kansas delegation who has suc ceeded in doing things but of whom little is heard Is Congressman Reeder. That this is appreciated by the ob servant is shown by the fact that a leading Kansas republican, who was in Washington this week, in talking of Reeder quoted a prominent Kan sas democrat as saying: "A retrospect of the work of the men Kansas toas sent to congress shows that Reeder has accomplished two things which are of more than usual Importance. 'Tue first work was securing for Kansas one of the largest experimen tal farms in the world at Fort Hays, and the establishment of a normal college in connection with it. But for Reeder's individual efforts the farm and college would not now be in existnceand the farm never could be In the future. 'The second work was securing the passage of The national irrigation law. The importance of this well directed effort for irrigation legislation was recognized by the First National Irri gation convention held at Colorado Springs shortly after the passage of the 'Reeder bill.' . "It is difficult, If not impossible, to find any Kansas member of Congress, even as far back as Ingallsand Plumb, who has two such important works to his credit, when judged by the benefi cent results that will come to the people in the future.," Topeka Her ald. Stopping the Paper. She came down the street three steps at a time and sailed into the Observer office like a whirlwind. She waited for no ceremony but wildly asked: . "Is this the printin' office?" "Yes, madam." "I want to stop my paper." "Stop it right away, too." "It's stopped," we replied, making a blue line through her husband's name on the subscription list. "Mebby that will learn you some hoss sense and how to do the square thing next time, and not slight peo ple just because they are poor. If some rich stuck-up folks happen to have .a bald-headed, knock-kneed, cross-eyed brat born to 'em you're in an awful hurry to put it In the paper and make it out an angel, but when poor people have a baby you can't say a word about it, even if it is the puniest child borned. That's, what I'm stopping the paper fur. This ought to be a lesson to every paper in Michigan," and she wentout of the office as mad as a wet hen. In the early morn the fresh city boarder met the rustic dairy maid carrying a couple of foaming milk pails. . "Ah, good morning, my dear," he said patronizingly. "How is the milk maid?" "Taint made at all, kind sir," she said. "We take it from the cows." Coopersville (Mich.) Observer. Wanted To buy relinquishment. Prefer a location where I can buy deeded land adjoining, or deeded land adjoining government land that I can homestead. Answer quick in care of this paper. Give price and particulars. Joseph T. Barker. Go to the Trego Mercan tile company for your bran and shorts. The' Best Farm Implement. The best farm implement is a good, reliable and uo-to-date live stock and agricultural paper, one that is pub lished by men who live in and under stand the conditions under which you farm. A paper that will furnish in formation for the home as well as the farm: Such a paper is the Kansas Farmer, which is now in the forty fourth year of Its usefulness and which is published in Kansas, by Kan sans, and under Kansas conditions. Dealing with the home problems of the farm, the orchard and the feed lot, it contains each week thirty-two pages of original and up-to-date mat ter included under the departments of Agriculture, Horticulture, Live Stock, The Dairy, The Poultry Yard, The Veterinarian, The Home Circle, The Young Folks, The Government Weather Crop Bulletin, the Kansas City and St. Joseph live stock mar kets, and the New York butter mar ket. These departments are edited by experts in their several lines and each issue is worth the price of a year's subscription in practical use fulness. The farmer and live stock breeder of the great Southwest, which is the Kansas Farmer's special territory, demands scientific informa tion, and this is furnished him in greater quantity by the "Old Relia ble" Kansas Farmer than by any other agricultural and live stock journal. The price of the Kansas Farmer is $1 per year, but we have completed arrangements by which we can send you the World and the Kan sas Farmer one year for only $1.50. Pay us we need coin. For Couah: 1i Coldt ana. There is a remedy over sixry years old Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Of course you have heard of improbably have used it. Once in the family, it stays; the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest. Askyourdoctoraboutit. "T Iist. bad pneumonia thre. times, vaA Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has brought meaafelT through each time. I have just recovered from my last attack, acert sixty-seven. No wonder I praise It." EV. Hiouixs. Stevens Point Wis. A Mada by J. C. Ayer Co., Lcwoll, vm uuuiiussu.urvri ox 7 SARSAPAROXA. yers pi; ls. . UAIX Y100K. Ayer's Pills increase the activity of tha liver, end t5vJ3 aid recovery. THE SMILE OF A, TEAMSTER is one of the hard to lose kind when his horses wear out'liarness. 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 the satest one to take in purchasing har ness. . " ' A. B. JONES. A. B. JONES, PHYSICIAN AND SU KG EON. IVA-KEESEY - - KANSAS. -RANK LINDSAY. B. A. M.D., SURGEON. OFFICE IN T.OSH BUILDING. WA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS. CONTEST NOTICE NO- 1I94-3. Department of the Interior. United States Lund Otfice. Colby, Kan., February 37.1906. A sufficient contest affidavit ha vine been filed in this office bv James L TerrV. con testant against homestead entry Vo. 35281, made March 2t. 1901. for the southeast ouar- ter of Section twenty (30). township fourteen U4 sour.n. range twenty-nve ) west, oy Edelbert Allstol. coutestee. in which it is alleged that said claimant has wholly aban doned saia lana ror more tnan tne last six months oast, and chanireu bis residence therefrom, that claimant has wholly failed to maintain a habitable bouse on saia lana. That said abandonment was not caused bv claimants service or emolovment in the army or navy or the L mtea states, bald parties are hereby notified to a d near, res pond and offer evidence touching said alle- & at ion at iu o clock a. m . on may ist. lvma. efore the clerk of the district court at Wa- Keeney, Kansas, (and that final hearing will be held at 1(1 o'clock a. in. on May 8th, 190ft. 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 torth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is herebv ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper pub lication. . A. U. DliAlK, 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 nameo aeienaant: You will take notice that you have been sued In the .District Court of Trego County, Kansas, by tne aoove namea pia.nt-.rr lor toe Specific Performance of contract, and that yon must answer piaintixr s petition now on file in the district court of said county, on or before the 31st day of April, 1906, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered airainst vou as braved for in said petition, decreeing tbat tne said plaintiff is the absoluteowner of the followlngdescrlbed tract of land situate in the said County or Trego. State of Kansas, as follows, to wit: All of section twenty-three (23) In township twelve (13) south of ran ire twentv-tnree iSi) west of 6th nrinciDal meridian, and that vou will be ordered and adjudged to make as Trustee a gooaana sumcient aeea convey in said land to the above named blaintiff am deliver the same to the said plaintiff; and a further judgmeut will be rendered against you ror an costs or tnis action. 8. M. HTJTZEL, Attorney for Plaintiff. Antest: B. H. BURNS. Lseal.,1 Clerk District Court. Notice ot Final Settlement. State or Kansas, i County or trego, f " . In the matter of the estate of Peter 8. Free ror, deceased . To the creditors and all other nersons in terested in the aforesaid estate, are herebv notified, tbat at the next regular term of the Probale 3ourt in and for said county, to be oegun ana neiu ut in court room in wa Keenev. Uountv of Trego and state afore said, on the first Monday in the month of April. A. D. liMJft. I shall apply to said court for a full and final settlement of said estate. W. r . CROSS. Administrator of the estate of Peter Freeror deceased. March 8, A. D.,1906. - 3 10 (First publication March 17 SHERIFF'S SALE. 1906.) In the District Court of the 23rd Judicial district, setting in and ror the County ' of Trego, in the State of Kansas. J. Warwick Illius et ah. Plaintiff. vs. W. A. Arrol et al, Defendants By virtue of an-execution, in partition is sued out ot saia oisrrict courx, in me aoove entitled action, I will, on Wednesday, the 18th day of April, A. D. 1906, between the nours or luociocK a. m. and a ociock p.m., of said day. at the front door of the court house, in the city of Wa-Keeney. in the County of Trego, in the State of Kansas, of fer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, all the following described real estate .to wit: Ail of section seven (T). In township fifteen (lij south, range twenty-two (33) west-. The northeast quarter of section twenty one (31), township eleven (11) south, range twenty-four (24) west. The west half and southeast quarter of section twenty-three (33). in township eleven (11) south, range twenty-five (. west, all lying and situate in the county of Trego In the State of Kansas. The above described real estate Is taken as the property of the parties to the 'above entitled action and is directed by said execu tion in partition to be sold 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 pur chaser or purchasers at said sale be permit ted to pay one-fourth of the purchase price in cash, and the balance in three equal an nual payments, with Interest at 6 percent per annum. T. D.HIN'SHAW. Sheriff. W. E. Sacm. Attorney for Plaintiff. Money to loan on real estate securi ty. Herman Long. LANDS "WANTED. I have customers for a few unim proved cbeap tracts of land; some well- improved farms: some small ranches. and two lanre 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 l2w bargains In lands farm and nch lands Irrigated Lands. . am agent for the Arkansas Vallev Su ar Beet & Irrigated Land Co 's lan s in Southeast Colorado, where farn ing pays. Ua ion or write, S. M. HTJTZEL, Wa-Keeney, Kans. I W. H. SWIGGETT S RFAI FSTATF Loans and Insurance. Bonded Abstracter aad Notary Public. Legal papers made and exe- cuted. WA KEENEY, KANS. H. f. KLINE, REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTING. 1 1 nded in the sum of $5,000. g INSURANCE, Jg NOTARY PURLTfi. tin W j Rents Collected and payment of Taxes JJ jJJ for Non-Residents a Specialty. ijb ifc in m Large list of lands for sale at low prices fji ttv and easy terms. W g WA-KEENEY, KANS., jj UTTS, 5Reai Estate -SlgeTt. 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. WA-KEENEY . - - - KANSAS. CHOICE Wheat, Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Money to Loam on Laad. Phone ; , . 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-Kbenet - Kans. GRANT OOBLE. MARION GOBLK GOBLE BROTHERS, Contractors Builders We make a specialty of fine carpenter work. Make plans, drawings, specifi cations and estimates on all work in our line. sSTSbop opposite depot. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. TREGO COUNTY LANDS FOR SALE. List of Trego county land with price sub ject to chaoge without notice and subject to 6rior sale Terms on time, one-half cash, alance in one. two. three years at seven per cent interest, interest payable annually. Cash Time NE" 26-13-23 iiaiO J1400 SWM 27-l;l-23 1300 1400 8WM 34-13-23 14110 1H00 F.H NK 5-14-83 WW 1000 E4 SEH 26-14-23 ?4 per acre 00 SWVt; SE)4 26 14-23 4 per acre 800 SKH SWH 26-14-23 S4 per acre 800 NWX NWX 26-14-23 1200 800 EH NWX 26-14-23 12O0 1400 SEM 22-15-23 1200 1400 NV4 NE1 22-15-23 1200 1400 XS NWM 22-15-23 12rW 1400 fWH 31-15 24 1400 110 SE 26-15-25 100 2000 NWM 19-15-25 -. ' 1400 1B00 NEH 6-14-35 1200 1400 NE 28-13-25 1W 2000 SWH 34-13-25 1200 1400 PW4 12-13-25 1460 1B00 SE"i 20-13-24 1400 1600 XWH 32-13-24 MOO 2fi0 gE 22 13-24 1400 1600 gWM 4-W 24 1200 1400 NWM 2-12-24 1000 2000 NEM 14-11-21 l a WO Apply to Lkosard Evram. Council Blulfs. Iowa. ortoH. F.Kust Wa-Keeney. Kansas Good fresh beef at Baker's. Take Laxative DrOIQO QmnillC Tablets. seveaMaBoBbansoMtepti3c3(- This signature, The Japs are doing a ; VVe want to F R E The Greatest Premium Ever THE FAMOUS "BUSY and the high speed gold model Stop and Consider: to $100 for a Graphophone. With trt of merchandise, which ls always the .1 the lowest 111 price, and get chine FREE. BUSY BEE with each addition $5 in trade. Ask fi t ou'pons. TREGO MERCANTILE C01PANY. iV it W. E. SAIIM. t 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 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. WA-KEENEY, KANS. A. J. ELLERMEYER, Proprietor. Livery and Feed Stable. GOOD RIGS AND CHARGES REASONABLE. Drives Made to all Points. 'Phone 22. S WA-KEENEY, KANS. Collyer Gash Hardware Store ...... DEALS In All Kinds Hardware. Well "Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest Prices. - - COLLYER - - . - - - - KANSAS. 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