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Ji til? ' L MR. 1- F. MUXER, 74 YEARS OLD. Duffy's Purs If you wish to keep strong ana vigorous health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly. other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs: they poison the body and depress the heart, while Duffy's Pure Malt Whis key tones and strengthens the heart action and purifies the entire system. It is the only whiskey recognized as a medicine, and contains no fusel oil. This is a guarantee. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood severe 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 for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's the one abso lutely pure medicinal whiskey and Is sold only In sealed bottles never In bulk. Look tor the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over the cork la unbroken. Price, $1.00. Medical booklet and doctor's advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y. We heard a young man remark last week that, "The world owes me a liv ing." It is hoped for that young man's good ttiat he'll get the notion out of his head. It's a mistake, a grave mis take. He never entertained a more f03lish idea nor one which will bring him a smaller measure of respect. The world owes the young man noth ing; but instead he owes the world and society an active, noble manhood, a steady, honest energy which will enable him to associate with decent men and women in a true manliness of character that . will make his and companship desired. The truly intelligent activity, and the young man should contribute to society's happiness and welfare the grace -which comes through study, toil and honest thought. TSx. - It is noticeable a cold seldom comes when the bowels are freelv onen. 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 v. w. gibsox. It is cheering to learn that not. an American has died of disease within the Panama canal zone within three months. The establishment of a government service by Uncle Sam, with the politics incident to that sort Of innovation, will make the most able for Americas. Besides, no American on the isthmus was going to up and die with President Roose velt billed for a visit to Panama. Kansas City Star. Verbeck & Lucas are acents for the Singer sewing machine. If wanting a machine call and see them. They will make you right prices for cash or time. No appetite, loss of strength, nervous s. headachn. mn general debility, sour risings, and catarrh 2 h stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol relieves indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges iUon as they exist in a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic nd reconstructive properties. Kodoi for dyspepsia does not only relieve indigestion nd dyspepsia, but this famous remedy Helps all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. -FJUlA,6?11- Ravenswood. W. Va.. 3VK , J"t"ibl with sour stomach for twenty years, iorb.br' and we are bow using tt la miflc Kodol Digests What You Eat. ' oahr. Relieves IrxHresMon. sour belching of ras. etc Soared by E. O. OeWITT CO.. CHICAGO. GKANT OOBLK. MARION OOBLK GOBLE BROTHERS. Contractors d Builders We make a specialty of fine carpenter work. Make plans, drawings, specifi cations ana estimates on all work in our line. " VA-KEEHET KANSAS. (Buir&afl aft 74 Mr. L- F. Miller, of Utica, N. Y., who Is seventy-four years of age, was cured of indigestion and pain in the stomach by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, after year of suffering and all other medicines had failed. MR. MILLER Writes: "I write with joy arid satisfaction. Seventy-four stormy winters have passed over my head on the 11th of Feb. last. My occupation is R. R. Blacksmith. Two years ago I was taken with a pain in my stomach, my food did not digest and I was in con stant pain at my work. I went to a doctor, got some medicine, but of no avail. I got discouraged going home to my dinner. One day I met a man. I told him how I felt, that if I did not get a speedy relief I would have to stop work. He says. "Why don't you try Duffy Malt Whiskey?" I went that night, got a bottle. It cost SI .00. I took it according to directions. I had about J4 taken when I began to feel better. I got the second bottle and on till I had taken 4 bottles and felt like' a Morning Star. I will recommend it to the world. There is a neighbor woman I was talking with Saturday night. She has trouble with her stomach. I told her to get this med icine. It would cure her of all her troubles: L. F. Miller, 63 Broadway. March 24, '06. Malt Whiskey ana nave on your cuecits xuc giow m pctitcs according The Clay Center Times in advocat ing the use of a' new patent milking machine has this to say regarding its use: "As many cows can pe 'pailed' at one time as there are 'suckers,' de pending upon the power of the en gine. In a few minutes the cow is so dry she can not spit or moisten her cud. So dry her hide must be mois tened from the outside to hold bran. So dry her tail would burn like a flambeau No man, no maid, no stool, no swear; the fly and the Ilea, .and the gnat and the mosquito can bite and sting themselves for the want of something better. The old cow's tail can wave and swish and whistle in the air, doing damages to no one mor ally or physicially. The engine will just puff away." A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES " Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money ir PAZO OINTMENT faila t.n rnrA in fi rn 1.1 H a v ftfW Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow; it strayed away one day, where lambs should never go And Mary sat her quickly down and tears streamed from her eyes; she never found the lamb becausehe did not advertise. And Mary had a broth er John who kept a village store; he sat him down and smoked a pipe, and watched the open door. And as the people passed along and did not stop to buy, John still sat and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eyes. And so the sheriff closed him out, but still he lingered near. A Kentucky woman soundly thrash ed her husband because he failed to pay his subscription to the home pa per after she had given him the mon ey. The editors of the land should chipln and puschase for her a gold mounted club to he used as occasion demands. Young man, if you think it issmart to stay out of school, right there is where you are fooled. You will regret in after years that you failed to make the most of the opportunities of your youth. Many an illiterate man of to day would give "his all" for the pres ent boys' chanees of attending school. In this dav and age education is prac tically everything, as it is the educat ed class that rules. .There is no ex cuse for anyone under sixteen years of age being out of school, and the boy or girl under that age who is not a regular attendant at some school is making the mistake of their lives. Ex. A school master once said to his pupils to the boy who would make the best piece of composition in five min utes on "How to Overcome Habit" he would give a prize. When the Ave minutes had expired a lad of nine years stood upHDdsaid: "Well sir, habit Is hard to overcome. IT you take off the first letter it does not change 'abit.' If you take off another letter you still have a 'bit' left. If you take off still another, the whole of 'it' remains. If you take off another it is not totally used up, all Of which goes to show that if you wan to get rid of habit you must throw it off altogeather." Results-He won it. Fire and Tornado Insurance. W H. Swiggett. - An Excellent Creed. , We believe .:. That right living should be the fourth "R" in education. That home-making should be re garded as a profession. That health is more the business of the individual than of 'the physician. That most illness results from care lessness, ignorance, or intemperance of some kind. That as many lives are cut short by unhealthful food and diet as through strong drink. That the upbringing of children de mands as much study as the raising of cattle. That on the home ; foundation is built all that is good in state or in dividual. That the spending of money is as m portao t as the earning of money. ' Tht aeconomy does not mean spend ing a small amount, but in getting the larger returns for the money ex pended. Tiiat the home-maker should be as alert to make progress in her life-work as the business or professional man. That the most profitable, the most interesting, study for women is the home, tor in it center all the issues of life. That the study of. home problem may be made of no less cultural value than the study of history or litera ture, and of much more immediate value. American School of Home Economics. We recently attended church and listened to a good sermon that made everyone feel good by being there. The singing was very inspiring ana we stood up and helped the brethren and sisters sing the good old hymn, "Shall We Know Each Other Over There?" while the hymn was being sung we glanced around and saw about a dozen members of the church who had not spoken to each other for the last five years. As westood there the thought occurred to us how were they going to know each other over there when they didn't even know each other here? Ex. It is a mistake to use a violent cathartic to open the bowels. A gen tle movement will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious consequences later. De Witt's Little Early Risers are recom mended. Sold by w. w. gibson. Osborne Farmer: The men who stood by W. J. Bailey in his hour of defeat have cause to oe proud of themselves at the present writing. It was the Bailey -fellows who came to the rescue and saved E. W. Hoch from defeat. The Bailey fellows were loyal Republicans. The Bailey fellows took their medicine and have stayed by the ticket, while a lot of Bossbus ters, who hollered their heads off for Hoch two years ago, voted for Harris two weeks ago. W. A. Reeder's official plurality for Congress in the Sixth Kansas district was 4059. Eighteen counties in the district gave Reeder a plurality of 5198. The remaining four counties gave Rea, Reeder's Democratic oppo oent, a plurality of 1,139, cutting Reeder's.plurality down to 4,059. Two yeaes ago Reeder had a plurality of 8,534. Go to the Hardman elevator for bran and shorts. Baker will pay 6 cents per pound for good hides until further notice. Have W. H. Swigeett make your legal papers. He makes them cor rectly. A fine new brick hotel all fiurniseed to trade for western land. Burns & Richard. For Trade Work horses fur cattle or hogs. E. St. Webb, Wa-Keenev, Kanss. 4t Now is the time to paint that house, and Mound City strictly pure paint is the best to use. Verbeck & Lucas sell it. Pay us we need coin. The Jiaking Cold Habit The old cold goes ; a new one quickly comes. It's the story of a weak throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It strengthens, soothes, heals. Ask your doctor about it. I had a terrible cold, and notnfn? relieve! me. 1 tried Ayar's i:herrv Fer.toral and it promvtlv broke np my cold, stopped ray eourctt. and eased every part of my oortv. It did wonderful work (or me." Ms. J. K. LUTX, Toledo, Ohio. jB Iaxl hT J. C. Ayi-T Co.. Lowell, if.njs. 1 I ft sarsapabola. jj di .JLlCO HA12 VIMS. Keep tria bowoi3 regular wit Si Ayer'j H I TOesterw 3. aT808 Issued every Saturday, and entered into the postofficeat Wa-Keeney, Kansas, as second class mail matter. established March 1. 1879. SATURDAY, DEC. 8, 1906. Uaioa Pacific Time Table. Mountain Time. 1 . 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. WAST BOUND. No. 104 Eastern Lm't. .Due.. 5:30a. m No. 103 Fast Express Due. .10:53 p. m. No. 154 Local Freight Due.. 8:10 a m. Tickets sold and Tjaireaae rhnrlcad to all points in United States and Canada. R. E. Morse-fAjrent. Commissioners' Proceedings. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. November 0, 1906. The board of county commissioners met today at the office of the county clerk for the purpose of canvassing the returns of the general election of November , 1900, held In Trt-eo county. Kansas. T lie re were present all the members of the board, to-wit: George W.- Lynn, chairman, A. A. Cock re 11 and James Walsh, commis sioners, and the county clerk. The board was called to order oy the chairman at 1:30 p. m. and remained in session the 9th and 10th. The board declared those candidates who received the highest number of votes as shown by the election record of this office to be elected to the office for which they were a candidate, and the county clerk was In structed to issue certificates of -election In accordance with this order. Duriug this session the following election expenses were audited, to-wit : J.J. Keraus, Judiee election, Wa-Kee ney 9 4w Riley Garrett, clerk election River side S 50 J. K. Tunnell judge election and mak ing returns 4 80 J. F. Barclay clerk election Ogallah. 2 50 J no. Schumann ludtre election and making returns 4 ou W. B. Marauand judge election Ogal- tan z au w. R. Caskev-ludgo election Ogallah and receiving ballots 4 90 T. O. Roberts clerk election Ogallah.. S 50 and making returns 650 . ii . Liimicv iuukc iui:i.iuu r l an aiiu L,. O. Soence iudee election Franklin and receiving ballots 650 S. O. Robinson judge election Frank lin 2 50 A. B. Beatty clerk election Franklin 2 50 Otto Young clerk election 2 50 i. . Morton tuatre election Aaair ana receiving ballots o iu . L. Arnold clerk election Adair 2 50 O. A. Runyon " 2 50 N . J. Howe iudce " " and makinir returns w. 5 10 W. J. Glasby judge election Adair 2 50 P. O. Howe putting up booths 2 50 E. J. Gullett judge election Willcox and receiving ballots 5 TO J. F. Hazen judge election Willcox 2 50 makintz returns 5 0 Wm. Kendall clerk election Willcox.. 2 50 J. A. Li. Beamer clerk election Will cox 2 50 Roy Blocksom appointing election board Willcox 6 00 O. B. Kessler clerk election OoIIyer.. 2 50 r. j.bpena " " - .. ou F. E. Preston 1udne " 2 50 E. J. Tilton " " " 2 50 H . r. Rid and. returning ballots 7 30 C. M. Loflin judge election Glencoe... 2 50 John Herbert " 4 .... 2 50 Louis Locker " " " ... 7 90 K. Christenson annointin!; election board Glencoe 6 00 Wm. Lutz clerk election Glencoe 2 50 C.C.Cross " .... 2 50 L. C. Mudtre " Wa-Keeney 3 50 Geo. M. TTfford clerk election Wa-Kee ney...- 3 50 J. B. Inscho for aiding county clerk to burn 1904 ballots ? s w W. T. HtranuJian for aidinflr county clerk to burn 1904 ballots.. z uo R. J. Tague judge election board and receiving and returning ballots 6 50 F. F. Zeman appointing election boards in Collyer township 24 00 H. S. Givler printing ballots and proc lamation, claimed S6.50 allowed ... 81 5o Sam'l Dodsworth Book Co. election supplies t o W. B. Cypher appointing election board Riverside 9 00 IT.. n Hnhhiclf annnlntine election ooara Kiversiae i w A. A. Cockrell commissioners salary and mileage for meeting to canvass vote Geo. VV. Lynn commissioner's salary una mi RHCfl xor meeuae iu cauvuss vot 8 30 James Walsh commissioner's salary and miieaire for meetinff to canvass vote... 7 80 On motion the board adjourned sine die. J. W. PHARES. County Clerk. NOTICE. Effective December 1, 1906, the charges to be made by the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany on less than carload shipments detained in its freight depot or on platform altar . allowing forty-eight (48) hours, from the first 6 p. m., after being unloaded. will be as follows: (not in cluding Sundays or lega holidays) 1 cent per 100 pounds or fraction thereof per day. Minimum charge on any one consignment wil be 25c. An extension of time will be made on freight des tined to inland . points, , ac cordin? to distance from the stations. " On freight destin ed to points, 5 to 10 miles from the station the free time would be 5 days, 10 20 miles from station the free time would be 7 days. Yours truly, R. E. Morse, Agent. FOR SALE OR RENT. JS or thesis t i 23-12-22 one mile south east of Ogallah is for sale at a bargain or,for rent at 1 of crop delivered. 90 acres ready for use. Apply to C. D. Tetter, Ogallah. Kansas. We have a fine line of Oak and Hot Blast heaters. Prices are right. Com e and see litem at Verbeck & Lucas' -. " r-noo DRESSES OfeJ any r.inn WITH A SPLENDID CHEVIOT MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT EXTRA PAIR CnCC OF TROUSERS 11 fc E To introduce our famous made-to-measure cus tom tailoring, we make this unequal ed offer of a Salt made to yoar ineainre, in the latest English Sack Style, well made and durably trim med for only Equal to your tailor's $ 1 5 suit, and Rive yon extra, pair of trout en of the same cloth as the suit, or a fancy par torn if desired, abso lutely FREE. Send us your name and address and wa will send you, Free Samples of cloth, measurement blank and ta.De-line. Send no oney but write today to The Hub Clothing: Co. ONLY ONE-PRICED MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS SAUNA. KANSAS AMSADOR ROOFING. 1 DO T0U USE KOOriN Q If you do you should specify AMSADOR BRATS D for your next requirements. This 'roofing is the err 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 the greatest known. AMSADOR RO(5FING is put up in rolls of con venient size, each roll supplied with nails and cement ready to put in place. For sale by VERBECK & LUCAS. Lester C. Mudge WA-KEENEY, KANS. FARM LANDS IU TREGO. GOVE and GRAHAM COUNTIES. FIRE & TORNADO INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC Notice for Publication- No. 1340. - Department of the Interior, Land Office at Colby, Kas.. Nov. 1, 1906 Notice is berebv riven that the folio wins: named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that std proof will be made be fore the Clerk of the District Court of Trego county at wa-Keeney. Ivans., on J ec. la, luue. viz: ttomesteaa entry ao. or joba AV. Rauch for the northwest quarter of section 6. township 15 south, range 24 west of the 6th P. M. He names the followii g witnesses to prove ms continuous residence upon ana cultiva tion of said land, viz: Albert Rauch, William Luckey. Albert smith. . treorge smitu; aii oi btockrange. Kansas. John Thomas. 11 10 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Co! by. Kaus., Nov. 8, 1906, Notice Is bereoy , iven that the following namen 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 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, range 25 west of the 6th P. M. He names the following witnesses to Drove bis continuous residence upon and cultiva tion or said ia.no, viz: George .VV. Kelly, of Utica. Kans.. Dee Trailer, of Arnold, Kans.. Morgan A. Cham berlain, of Utica, Kans., John 1$. Smith, of John Thomas. 11 10 Register, (First published November IT. 906.) NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Colby. Kansas. Nov. 8. 1906. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, ana tnat saia prooi win oe raaae oe fore the Clerk of the District Coart at Wa- Keeney. Kan., on December 22. 1906, Thomas A. Bailey Homestead Entry No. 25581, for the 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. ' Be names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said iand. viz: Julius Barries, Rob ert L Batley. Frank B. Walker. Arch Lari mer: alios wa-ieeney. Kansas. JOHN THOMAS, Register First publication Nov. 17. 1906. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of Trego County. State of Kansas. E. I. Frye. Plaintiff, TIL John Tt. Bel!. F.llen B. Bell, bis wife, and R. G. Martin Co.. and The Alpha Develop ment uorapany. ueienaants. Bv 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 bouse 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 casb in band, ail the following described real estate, to-wit: The northwest quarter of section 26, town- smpiasoutn. range sc west oi ine oin r . in.; lying and situate In tb county of Trego, in th jtate of Kansas. The above described real estate Is taken as the property of said defendants, ana is di rected by said order of sale to be sold, and will bo sold without appraisement, to satisfy saia order oi sale. T. D. HISSHAW. Sheriff of Tr go County. Kansas. 8aum & Pcictu. Attorneys. 4 DO TUKS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks DCSIGNS Copyrights Ac Anront sending a sketch and description may wnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook m Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken throapb Mann A Co. receive tpecial notice without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomelr flraatrated weekly. rrreet etr eulation of any Kientlfic journal. Terms, 93 a year: four months, !. Sold by all newsdealers. KUNN &Co.36,B,Mh-' New York Branch CMDoe. 625 F St. Washington, li. C TAKE A GOOD DAILY. Tbe Topeka Capital on Trial Three Months Only 75 Cents The Topeka Capital pub lishes a first-class daily. It has the largest circulation of any daily in Kansas and is one of the most popular newspapers in tfte West. It makes a specialty of reliable and complete market reports. It- gives the news of the whole world, including the full Associated Press reports as well as a complete special news service. The Capital has its own correspondent at Washington, ancL prints more Kansas news than all other dailies combined. The regular subscription price is 4. 00 per year, but the Capi tal is now making a special offer, good for a short time only, by which you can' get it on trial three months for only 75 cents. Send at once to Daily Capital, Topeka, Kansas. Go to the Trego Mercan tile company and examine their new line of cloaks and skirts. Just received at the Trego Mercantile company a new line of cloaKs and skirts the nicest in the city. ' ., Wanted Improved and raw land close to railroad. List with us and we will do the rest. Burns & Richard. New assortment of china, placques, baskets, books, stationery, post cards and school supplies. Most com plete line of chocolates in the city all flavors. Call at Mrs. M. E. Cotjrtkight's BOOK STORE. - Albrecht's Collection Agency. .Collections made through out the state and taxes paid for- non-residents. Corres pondence solicited. Ellis, Kansas. 6-1-ly. Ship your cream to Locust Gkove Creamert, Denver, Colorado, Highest prices paid and no grading. We want a reliable purchasing agent in each town to buy eggs and cream. The most liberal proposition for a good man. Write us today. Locust Grove Creamery, 428 18th Street, . Denver, Colo. ' For good sales, good ser vice, prompt returns, ship your live stock to GEORGE K. BARSE Live Stock Commission Co.. Kansas City, Mo. National Stock yar48, I!!.. Fortworth, Texas. Our business has in creased 30 per cent the past year in Kansas City. W make no loans. Merit, not money, has made this in crease. Send us a trial ship ment and we know you will come again. Write' us for market information. Describr your stock, we will tell you its worth here. Ship us your stock, we will get you its worth.