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I iilffiery - , , , 1 ,:":, " ., A full S m of Spring Goods. On our ( cent trip east we purchased the largest and best selected stock of Spring DkesIJ oods ever brought to Wa-Keeney. We have silks of all kinds and V B e! the latest st" in Dress Fabrics. Prints and Muslins cheap. SI f w - : : : ! Shoe&l Shoes ! Again wewant to call your attention to our line of Shoes. You know, what the are. Th Selz Schwab Shoes and they are the best ever brought to Wa-Kee-ney. All kins always on hand for men, women and children. WE IIAE JUST RECEIVED A LINE OF DR. REED'S CUSHION SOLE SHOli FOR MEN. ALSO CUSHION SOLE SHOES FOR WOMEN. t& ' ' MILLIj 1RY Don't make your purchase until you have examined our stock, and we are surS we can please you Come in and see. rs. T. R. Moore. H Creca cf Tsrter Powdsr Zsde FrcaCrspss Ho Alinn Subcribe foi Mie World. Smoked tianis ai Hkr s Win. Law is on week. the sick .list this! - -f. . t ' 1 stab? grtogeky 1 I 1 AGENTS FOR i vChase & Sanborn's Choice Coffees, Heinz' j I PureJfood. Products and Schillings Spices. i I (BITIU51 UJIIipiClC line ui vaiincu yuuuo 111 uiv vnj 11 a TJie best is always the cheapest,- and you cann L get them here. u Jwe handle Yost's celebrated flour, High )) Patent, Horse Shoe and None Such, and our prices y flare the lowest. I I "We pay the highest market price for Poultry, I 111 rts cXlJ-Cl -i u. u Lei - 11 S Our aim is to give you good goods for your J U li money at lowest prices. fl 1 Trade with us, 11 STAIR Wanted Plain sewing and repair ing. Mrs. Jjusiimaii. Did you see those Black Minorca's? Try a setting of eggs, 81 per 15. We are pleased to note that Mrs. A. S. Peacock is convalescing. The cement works is working a large force of men these days. The scarlet fever case is reported to be getting along very nicely. Mrs. P; J Weggen, of Hutchinson, is visiting Mrs. Clias Steinberger. Attorney VV. E. Saum was in the city Tuesday evening between trains. J. F. Gunckel's mother, Mrs. Love, has been quite sick at the home of her son. The Ladies of Wa-Keeney and vicin ity are cordially invited to attend our Millinery Opening on Tuesday, April 3, 1906. The latest styles. Our prices are low. MRS. T R. MOORE. FIRE INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC. LESTER C. MUDGE X REAL ESTATE. : AGENT FOR C. E. PERKINS' COMPANY LANDS. W. F. Stranahan, we are glad to note, is able to get about some this week. Miss Lola Orr, the typo at this of fice, has been on the sick list this week. FOR SALE Good corn fodder cheap. Lou Sigler 7 miles southwest of town. Glen Jones- came up from Topeka this week to visit with home folks and friends. 16,000 acres of fine wheat land for sale. Reasonable prices, small 5 cash payment, balance eight equal annual installments. Jj 2 Also large list of improved farms, ranches and alfalfa lands. 5 I Call aud see me at WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. eeee9393eoeeceeeeeeeceeeeeeeeecceeeccceccceeeeeeecoeo Spearing carp by torchlight is the snort indulged in by our nimrods these nights. Go to the Trego Mercan tile company for your bran and shorts. If j'ou wish to sell your farm list it with R. L. Bott's Land Agency, Wa Keeney, Kans. Black Minorca's are regular egg ma chines. Good size and non-setters. Eggs $1 per 15. For Sale Second-hand organ, good as new, fine finish and good tone. T. a. Howe Sc ison. w . ; t - '4 CALIFORNIA VIA UNION PACIFIC EVERY DAY Blue front Implement House W. A. EPPLER, Proprietor, ellis. Kansas. Harry Bartlett sold his alfalfa ranch on Big creek to E. S. Gresser of Topeka for $2,500. A Fire and Lightning policy in the Continental is a good and safe one. W. H. Swiggett, Agent. The mayor of Cedar Bluffs was in the city the first of the week. He was as gay as ever. For Sale or Trade Good store build ing on Main street. Inquire of Andy Peirano, Wilson, Kansas. C. S. Gossett, of Independence, Mo. sold his farm north of the Big creek bridge for $22 per acre! From February 15, to Aprri 7, 1906. .00 $25: SHORT LINE. FAST TRAINS- Be Sure YourTicket Reads Over this Line Inquire of R.XE. MORSE. NO DELAYS. Mr. Colliver and daughters from Linn county arrived last Friday and moved out 10 their new home on Big creek. Mr. Colliver owns the old Marshall Brother's farm. HERE YOU ARE!! ! A big and complete line of hardware to select from. As we go to press, we are informed that a couple of car ioads of people will be ud from Ellis and Ogallah to Miss. Georgie Moore, who has been attend the night service being held attending the State University, is by Evangelist L. P. Law. 1 r n mi t-1 1 f -f vnfntinn 1 - Mr. and Mrs. F. W. King departed swarth with his new automobile. Sev- Monday evening for Wichita where erai Gf the boys took a spin around Mrs. King s rather is very sick. I town In it. Frank handles it as T an Punntnn 'inH T-vi itowiroc t wr. I tliougti he was an old hand at the oT 1 lit tin its prosperous farmers, werecranl- county seat visitors last xuesuay, W. T. Littleehild shipped cattle Notice All persons indebted to me and hogs to Kansas City the first of rill pleasecall and settle with A. W. the week. Uncle Billie says he struck Everybody K nows Th em Barnes, of Collyer, Kas. Wm. Bower. Editor Ci irJth aud wife of Kanapo- for lis are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Uttora this weeK. Low Wagons, wide tires, iUiiciien, luruuuuanuxiar- allfeMed plenty of water, Trego county near Mendota, address John G. Wetzel, Sterling, III. a good hog marKet ana came soia well. The proceeds of this shipment amounted to over $3,000. Robinson and Sechler carriages. Piano bead- t.- s ., i -fx- i Union revival services are still in ers, King (Jscar and Diamond : ,h progress, the attendance is large and gangs. Century and Diamond -rood interest is saown. A number of sulkies, 4-wheel Norwegian conversions have occurred. Dr. Jones has a new automobile. It Is a large one and will seat four or five persons. The doctor' will be able to W. II. Hobbs is building a new house, and when completed will be the best house in jiryant townsnip. Mr. Hobbs says he must keep up with the improvements in St. Peter. Hill City Republican. lysters tnat turn square around to tbe right or left and leaves tbe furrow just, as the mould board builds it, thereby holding the weeds until the corn starts to grow Hiawatha incubators, Lightning grinders with power and sweep, J. I. Case thresher li all KtfI tspnarators. Riding attachments for all machinery. Harness and (.First published March 31. 19CHj SHERIFF'S SALE. In tBe District Court of Trego County. Suite of Kansas. Tbe Bank of HcCracken, Plaintiff. vs. Emma B . Drummond and John Engie, De- xenaants. Bt virtue of an order of sale issued to me. out Ol saia I'lMrK t v on ri,, in i. nw auove en- THERE'S USCEBTAISTT about the character of our farming implements. Everybody knows them and the names they bear. T.hev com from factories whose repulfoion would not permit them to turn out inferior. Have you everything you ought to have in this line? Drop in some even ing and see if we can't show you something new. A. 5, JUINLS. Frash pork at Baker's. serve his many patrons on short no-bKM WWKR.'iV.rt SiS tice hereafter. 1 day, at toe front ooor oi tne court noose in , I the City of Wa-Keeney in tbe County of Word was received here the first of the week that Miss Trego in tbe State of Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the biebest and best bidder. Bertha InschO orcasn in nan': H the following desciibed saddlery goods. We want you? was married last week to a DrOSDerOUS I The southwest quarter(J)of section twelve " i t o i .......... i. i k r We ex- trade, we solicit a share; we have a good trade, worked hard for it we appreciate it and we are here to show you. Our prjee the same, cash or on time. t 12i in townshio fifteen (15) south, ran ire tven- ty-tnree west or tDewo r. 31.; iviogaiui i situate id toe cooniT oi j re go ia tne estate The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is di rected by said order of sale to be sold, and will Va snlfl withnnt a ni.raiiumnt.. tji sat if v tile Company lOr your Drail said oraeroisaie. T. D. HIX5HAW, 3 , 1 Sheriff of Tr "go County. Kansas. and SllOrtS. 1 Sacm Pcbceix, Attorneys. farmer ot Mitchell county we desire it; we've tend congratulations. Go to the Trego Mercan Fire and Tornado Insurance. W. il. Swiggett. - " E. Christenson, Ellis, Kas., breeder of Black Minorca chickens. . Eggs $1 per 15. Lands bought and sold by R. Lu Bott's Land , Agency, Wa-Keeney, Kans. Have W. H. legal "papers, rectly. Swiggett make your He makes them ccr- Wanted Men and teams tfr break 250 acres of prairie, $1.50 per acre. P. 2f. Kelly, Wa-Keeney, Kas.