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MR. T. M. DORWIN.
If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of per
fect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to directions, and take
no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs; they poison the
body and depress the heart, while JJutty s
Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens
the heart action and purifies the entire
system. It is a food already digested. It is
the only whiskey recognized as a medicine,
and contains no fusel oil. This is a guaran
tee. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood
ievere tests for fifty years and has always
been found absolutely pure and to contain
great medicinal properties.
CAUTION. When you ask your druggist or
- grocer tor Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be
sure you get the genuine It's the me abso
lutely pure medicinal whiskey and is sold
only In sealed bottles never in bulk. Look
for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on
the label, and make sure the seal over the
cork is unbroken. Price, $f.0O. Medical
booklet and doctor's advice tree. Duffy Malt
Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y.
The Kickers.
Saint Peter, 'tis said, sits out by the
gates, lii.4 hands on the strings of his
lyre, and he sings, as he sits, a low
ong as lie wnits for the spirits of
those who expire. ITe hears in the
distance the chorus of pong that
swells at the foot of the throne, and
be smiles as the music is wafted
along, and warbles this of his own:
"There's room in this region for mil
lion of souls, who by sorrow and woe
were bereft; 'tis for those who have
buffered the melody rolls, but the
kickers must turn to the left. There
Is room here for people who when
they were young, persisted in sowing
wild oats, yet who boomed up the
city with sinew and tongue but the
kickers must go with the goats.
There is room for the jpeople who
pointed with pride, to the beauty and
-growth of their town, who kept sing
ing its praises and charms till they
died but the kickers will please
amble down. There is room, for the
For good sales, good ser
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year in Kansas City. We
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LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
For all Coughs and assists In
The Red
wjciiuiir ixuas irom tne sys
tern by gently moving the
hnwal, i :
Glover Blos
som sad the
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relief for croup and
whooping-cough.
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is on every
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couch cure are -?
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specially thosol
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Honey A Tar moves
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Mr. T. 2Vl.t Dorwm, a
prominent citizen of
Syracuse, N. Y., says
" Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey is the best
tonic of the age and
trusts that it will help
others as it has helped
him."
I now comply with your request
and send photo. I have taken your
Malt Whiskey and consider it one
of the best tonics of the age. As it
has helped me I trust it will help
others and highly recommend its use
to my many" friends-" T. M.
DORWIN, 101 Woodland Ave..
Syracuse, N. Y., July 2nd, 1906.
Duffy's Pure
alt I7hlstcey
burghers who clieerefully paid their
taxes for sewers aud -lights, but the
kickers must stay where the drainage
is bad and the burnt sulphur illumes
the nights. There is room for the
voters on which loyal support their
party could always rely, but the kick'
ers must go to the satanic court, a
place they can't ilbolt" when they
die. There is room Tor all those who
at last and at first, supported their
tradesmen at home, but the kickers
who branded home goods as the
worst, from this mansion forever
must roam. They'd say that ' the
music was all out of tune, and the
angelic robes hand-me-downs, and
they'd send for a jeweler off to the
moon, to sample the gold in their
crowns. So, while there is room for
millions of souls, who by sorrow and
woe are bereft, we want no complaint
of the music that rolls, and the kick
ers will turn to the left." Ex.
Open the bowels and get the cold
out of your system. Kennedy's Laxa
tive Cough Syrup opens the bowels
and at the same time allays the in
fUmmation of the mucuous mem
branes. . Contains Honey and Tar.
Drives out the cold and stops the
cough. Absolutely free from any
opiates. Conforms to the National
Pure Food and Drug Law. Pleasant
to take. Sold, by, w. w. gibson. -
Kansas City Markets.
Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo., Tues-
day, November 27, 1906.
There was a slight interruption
yesterday in ihe very satisfactory
trend of the cattle market, principal
reason -ror which was an excessive
supply and a bad break at Chicago.
The local supply was moderate at 15,
000 head, but beef steers sold 5 to 15
lower. Cows remained about steady,
and stockers and feeders sold strong
to 10 higher. Today the run is 16,000
head, market steady at yesterday's
closing prices. Medium cows closed
last week with a smaU loss, but gen
erally the market appears to be on a
firm basis. The best- cattle here in
the last week sold at $5.60 upwards,
short fed steers $4.25 to $5.40, grass
steers $3.60 to $5.00, cows $2.60 to
$4.25, heifers $3.00 to $5.25, canners
$2.00 to $2.60, bulls $2.25 to $3.85,
veals $5.50 to $6.50, heavy calves $3.00
to $4.25. Cattle receipts for the
month of November show a shortage
of 17 per cent as compared with last
November, while prices are 40 to 75
cents per cwt. higher than then.
The break on fat cattle yesterday is
regarded as temporary, as shown by
the fact that good feeders sold. higher
in the face of the lower prices for fed
steers Feeders range from $3.50 to
$4.75, with comparatively few cattle
above $4.40, stockers $3.75 to $4.50,
bulk of the range stockers and feed
ers $3.35 to $4.25. Supplies of range
cottle will keep coming well into De
cember this year.
The packers have had it their way
in the hog market since last Friday,
securing a decline of 20 cents up to
today. -The market today is steady,
closing prices a shade stronger, bulk
of sales $6.05 to $6.10, which is a little
better than yesterday, top $3.15, supp
ly today 14,000 head. Receipts or hogs
are 20 per cent short of November
last year, and packers have not had
any real good chance to bring about
the usual November' declines this
year. The market can stand larger
receipts without further losses, -as
there is no accumulation, of product
in the hands of anyone
Sheep and lamb receipts are small,
and confined to medium class fed
stock. Prices are tending upward,
but the market is not fully tested
very often. Good fed natives. sold at
$7.35 todav, fair to good lamb-; bring
$6.50 to $7.15, yearlings up to $6.25,
wethers $5.65, ewes $5.25. A few. feed
ing lambs at $5.50 to $6.00, and stock
sheep at $3.75 to $5.00, are available,
but supplies of this class are growing
scarce. Prospects look favorable foi
stronger prices for desirable fed stuff.
-J. A. IllCKART,
L. S. Corfesponde.it.
Verbeck & Lucas are agents for the
Singer sewing machine. If wanting
a machine call and see them. They
will make you right prices for cash
or time.
How Mail Order Houses Win.
The Stanberry, Mo., Owl publishes
the following from the Iowa City Re
publican: 'A representative of one
of the largest mail order bouses in
Chicago recently gave his experience
to a meeting of newspaper men. He
said that the mail order business de
pends entirely upon advertising. He
made one remark that merchants
should heed. He says they took
the local papers and directed their
special efforts to communities where
the merchants are not up-to-date ad
vertisers. If he found that any line
of business in any town or city was
not well advertised, as for instance,
furniture, he said that they flooded
that territory witn their literature
and always with satisfactory results.
He said he believed it true that coun
try merchants could greatly cripple
the mail order houses if they would
advertise freely and in the right
manner. He said that every adver
tisement should describe minutely
the articles to be sold and quote the
prices. He thought as a general
proposition that advertising that
does not quote prices is thrown away
or largely so. Here is food for
thought by merchants who. feel the
effect of the. mail order houses."
it is noticeable a cold seldom comes
when the bowels are freely open
Neither can it stay if they are open.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
tastes as pleasant as maple sugar.
Free from all opiates. Contains
Honey and Tar. Conforms to the
National Pure Food -and Drug Law,
Sold by w. w. gibson.
A eorrespondent of the Windom
Press wrote her items en tbe back of
a love letter and now the editor
wants her to furnish the rest of the
interesting epistle. Here is the let
ter: "My heart burns for you; my
breast throbs for "its mate and my
brain tells me you are my affinity. If
you will be mine wear a red ribbon
in a true lover's knot over your heart
tonight at church. I will know then
that on the road home I can sip the
honey from the honeysuckle, my
honeysuckle, my " -The rest is what
we. want.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
JNortheast i 25-12-22 one mile south
east of Ogallah is for sale at a bargain
or for rent at i of crop delivered. 90
acres ready for use. Apply to C. D.
Yetter, Ogallah, Kansas.
Fellows should be careful about
embracing their best girls. At Scran
ton, -Pennsylvania, about a weeic ago
a fellow went to place his protecting
arms about his beloved. She had
stuck a large pin in the bosom of her
dress and in the affectionate squeeze
the young man gaveher the pin was
push'ed into his body just under the
fifth rib with the result that he died
a few hours later in a hospital. v It
doesn't always pay to be affectionate
though this accident will not cause
hugging to go into disuse. ' .
Wanted Cleaning and
Mrs. Holmes.
pressing.
If tells you to take Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral for your
severe cough or bronchial
trouble, then take ic. If he has
anything better, then take that..
But we knovwhat he will say;
for doctors have used this
cough medicine over 60 years.
I have ased Acer's Cbftrrr Pectoral for
hard colds, bad eoucha. and litcniiz. It has
done me fcrea eood. and 1 blieve it is tne
best couch medicine in ?he world for all
throat and lang troubles Ejli O. Stuart,
Albany. Oregon.
by T. C. .t!T Co.. Lowell,
Also mnaifcetarernt of
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Issued every Saturday, and entered Into the
postolBce a Wa-Keeaey. Kansas, as second
class mail matter.
EatIifaed March t. 1879. -
SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1906.
Dalo Pacific Time Table.
Mountain Tirae-I
WEST BOUND.
No. 101 Fast Express. ....Due.. 8:00 a. m.
No. 103 Western LnH Die.. 7:45 p. m. .
No. 13S Local Freight.... f)ne.. 4:45 p. m.
MAST BOUNB.
No. 104 Eastern Lm't. .Due.. 5:20 a- m
No. 103 Fast Express Due.. 10:53 p. m.
No. 15 local Freight Due. . 8:10 am.
Tickets sold and imtrt'iitrR checked to n 1 1
joints in United States and Canada.
R. E. Morse. Aceni
A vounggirl, says a Missouri judge,
with little or no- practical training
from her mother will undertake to
manage a home for a husbant, who is
himself without experence. Both are
ignorant, both make mistakes, trouble
follows, each thinks the other an un
suitable mate, and a breach devel
opes. Parents are very frequently to
blame for the married unhappiness of
children for not training them along
linesof domestic economy; What girls
need is more manual training at
home and less piano playing and
china painting.
In proof of the assertion that the
ordinary mortal boes not know a good
thing until he sees it advertised, the
Armour, S. D-, Herald says: "A short
time ago a Boston newspaper hunted
up one of the pretty girls of tbe
"Hub" and printed her picture de-
daring she was the most beautiful
woman in Massachusetts. Within
the next thirty days she bad 800 of
fers of marriage.- A paper in Ylr-
ginia taking a hint from this, print
ed the picture of two famous beauties
and offered a prize to the one receiv
ing the greatest number of marriage
offers within twenty-four hours after
the publication of the portraits. The
offers poured in by the aozen, one
beat by three and the prize was duly
awared. ...They could find just as
charming beauties in their kitchens,
but the chorus girls are advertised
and the kitchen girls are not; there
fore the former class are toasted and
feted and treated to birds and cold
bottles, while the poor kitchen girls
are snubbed and neglected. It' is all
a matter of advertising. That which
is advertised sells, that which is not
advertised is neglected."
It is reported by good authority
-that the Standard Oil company spent
between $8,000 and $JO,000 -In Russell
county, during this fall's election to
defeat the republican candidate, Chas
E. Hall, for representative. Frank S
Rockefeller, the democrat, is a cousin
to John D., and John D. put up the
money. Frank S. Rockefeller, beat
Mr. Hall by 300 votes. If the Stand
ard used that much money all over
the state, it must have had a very
nice little bill to meet when the aam
paign was over. This shows what
the Standard is doing. Phillipsburg
Dispatch.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINAN
cial condition of tbe Wa-Keeney Statu
Bank at Wa-Keeuey. state of Kansas, at the
close of basinets on tbe 12th day of No
vember, 1906.
BESOUKCES.
Loans and discounts
Loans on real estate,
110.471 44
.-. 19.6W) 00
4(6 68
1.000 00
500 00
Overdrafts
Bank building
Furniture and fixtures
Expense account -.
Cash items, other than reserve items
1 10
Cash and sight exchange, legal re
serve , 66,868 11
Total...., S199.007 33
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in 325.000 00
Surplus fund 25.000 09
Undivided profits '.23 40
Interest 411 58
Exchange . . . 54 36
Individual deposits .- 138.028 33
Oemand certificates .... 9.188 66
Total. . . . $199,007 33
State of Kansas. County of TreRO. ss.
I, F. W. King, cashier of said bank, do
so4emnly swear that the above statement is
true; that said bank has no liabilities, and
is not indorser on any note or obligation,
other than shown on the above statement, to
the best of my knowledge and belief. (So help
me God. F. W. Kiso.
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this
19th day of November. 1906.
ISEAL..I L.ESTER O. MCDQE.
Notary Public.
Commission expires on the 2?.d day of De
cember, 1908.
I. T. Pdbceix
F. W. King
K. O. Vu.so!
Directors.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINAN
cial condition of the Collyer State Bank at
Collyer, State of Kansas, at the close of
business on the 12th day of November, 1906.
RESOCBCBS.
Loans and discounts $16,938 13
Loans on real estate... . .. 1.850 00
Overdrafts . 59 03
Bank Building and 1 lot 1.752 55
Furniture and fixtures 1.049 00
Expense account , 747 96
Cash items other than reserve item? 13 51
Cash and sight exchange. legal '
reserve.. ..." 5,810 66
Total 28.23) 87
LIABILITIES. .
Capital stock paid In 410.000 00
Interest 77S 60
Exchange .' 223 79
Individual deposits 17.160 14
Certificates of deposit 64 34
Total 38.220 87
State of Kansas. Connty of Trego, ss.
I, John J. Harrison, cashier of said bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true; that said bank has no liabilities, and
is not indorser on any note or obligation,
otber than shown on the above statement,
to tbe best of my knowledge and belief. So
help me God. Jobs J. Harrison. ,
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
91th dav of November, 1906.
Attest: J. W. Hickman.
Seal. 1 Notary Publ ic.
Commision expires on the I3th day of Jily.
1906, '
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SALIKA, KANSAS
AMSADOR ROOFING.
DO YOU USB ROOFING ?
If you do you should specify
AMSADOR BRAND for your next
requi'rsments. This roofing is the
very best in the market and is sure to
meet your approval. It is made of the
best felt that can be used, thoroughly
saturated with pure . Trinidad
Asphalt, The saturation is as heavy
as can be made and the result is an
article which is unexcelled. Its powers
of resistance against the weather are
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nails and cement ready to put in place.
For sale by
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WA-KEENEY, KANS.
Improved ond Unipr oved
FARM LANDS
IN .
TREGO, GOVE and GRAHAM
1 COUNTIES. -FIRE
& TORNADO INSURANCE
t3T NOTARY, PUBLIC r
Notice for Publication. No. 1340.
Department of tbe Interior,
Land Office at Colby, K as.. Nov. 11906.'
Notice is hereby sriven that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Clerk of the District Court of Trego
county ai wa-n.eeney, nans., on ic. io,
1906. viz: Homestead entrv No. 25533 bv John
W. Rouch for the northwest quarter of
section o, cownsoip 10 soma, range 24 west
of the 6th P. M,
He names the follOwii g witnesses to prove
nis continuous residence upon ana cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Albert Rauch, William Luckey, Albert
PtnitD. treorge ftnitn; an or stocKrange,
Kansas.
, John Thomas.
11 10 , Register.
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION No. -
Department of the Interior, v -
Land Oflice at Colby, Kans., Nov. 8, 1906,
Notice is hereby-; iven that the following
namen settler has filed notice of bis inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fory the Probate Judge of Trego County, at
Wa-Keeney, Kans.. on December 18,1906, viz:
William F. Henry on Homestead entry No.
25233, for the northeast quarter of section
26. township 15 south, rang 25 west of tbe 6th
P. M.
He names, the following witnesses to Drove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said lano, viz:
George W. Kelly, of Utiea, Kans.. Dee
Trailer, of Arnold, Kans.. Morgan A. Cham
berlain, of Utica, Kans., John T. Smith, of
Utica. Kans.
John Thomas.
11 1" Register.
(First published November 17, J906.) -
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Colby, Kansas, Nov. 8, 1006.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Clerk of the District Court at Wa
Keeney. Kan., on December 23, 1906, Thomas
A. Bailey Homestead Entry No. 25581, for
tbe west half of the northwest quarter and
the west half of the southwest quarter of
section 18, township 11 south, range 23 west
of the 6th P. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Julius Harries, Rob
ert L Bat iey. Frank B. Walker, Arch Lari
uter; all of Wa-Keeney. Kansas.
JOHN THOMAS, Register.
First publication Nov. 17, 1908.
- SHERIFF'S SALE-
In the District Court of Trego County.
State of Kansas.
E. L. Frye. Plaintiff,
vs. '
John R. Bel!. Rllen B. Bell, his wife, and R.
6 Martin A Co.. and The Alpha Develop
ment Company. Defendants.
By virtue of an order of sale issued to me.
out of the District Court, in the above enti
tled action, I will, on Tuesday, the 18th day
of December A. D. 1906, at 10 o clock a. 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,
offer at public sale, and sell to the highest
and best bidder, for cash in band, all the
following described real estate, to-wtt:
The northwest quarter of section 26. town
ship 15 south, range 25 west of the 6tli P. M.;
lyiiiK and situate in thtr connty of Trego, in
the state of Kansas.
The above described real estate Is taken as
tbe property of said defendants, and Is di
rected by said order of sale to be sold, and
will bo sold without appraisement, to satisfy
said order of sate.
T. D. HINSHAW.
Sheriff of Tr iro(3)Dntr. Kitnmm.
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