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. Kansas City. Mo. I & SAUM&PURCELL. Wa-Keesiey, - Kansas. Agents for Close Bros- & Co s Lands-. 80.000 Acres of Desirable Western ansas Land for sale on . Easy I. Terms with Low Kate f Interest." 2 prices. - n . Liberal Commission ' The wise man built his house upon the rock, : I , but the wisest man of all builds his bouse upon I IDEAL CONCRETE FOUNDATION BLOCKS 5 g' . Manufactured by - FELLOWS & ELLERMEYER. g Wa-Keeney - , - - i "T - - , - Kansas g If you want Durability and Beauty combined at; g the best prices pee us. . - - I S. M. HUTZEL BUYS AND SELLS Real Estate Leases Lands, Collects Rents, Pays Taxes for Non-Residents. Special Attention Given to Col lections. Correspondence Solicited. WA KEENEY KANSAS THE ORIGINAL. LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE ooHTAwma HONEY AND TAR EARLY RISERS The famous little pills. For good sales, good service: .prompt , returns, ship your stock to GEORGE R. BARSE Live. Stock Commission Co., Kansas City, Mo., National Stock Yards, 111., Fort Worth, Texas. Our business has increased 30 per cent the past year in Kansas City. We make no loans. Merit, not money, has made this in- fTOflQD O TIC! 1 ! -1 1 flllT ment and we know you will come again. Write us for market in formation. Describe your stock, we will tell you what its worth here. Ship us your stock, we will get you its worth. fr cflUctrnttg eaf. ur. No optatmm No appetite, loss of strength, nervous, ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indlcrestion. Kodol relieves Indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion as they exist in a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonio and reconstructive properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Ball, of Rmnswood, " Vs.. wars; I was troubled with aour stomach twenty years. Kodol cured ma and wa are now usinc it la milk for baby." FOR BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS TRY ffeWrrrS KIDNEY and BLADDER PILLS Sara sal Safe Prepared by E. O. DaWITT Jk CO., Chlcaaw For sale by . w w gibson. SI in colD 2WEVER Ely's Cream Balm Sure to Cive Satisfaction. CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh .and drives away a Cold in the Head quick! v. .Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Xarsre Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail. . Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers, 73 cents. ELT BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New Tor.- I. T. PDRCELL Wa-Keeney, Kauu. ? Call on us or write for terms and to Eastern Agents. eeeeeeeeaoeeec YOLJ WILL FIND AT THE WA KEENEY BOOK STORE A NICE LINE OF Tablets, Books. Stationery, School Officers Supplies, Notions, Fresh Can dies, Etc. MRS. IDA PIERSON, Proprietor- Fresh Pork at Baker's. Ladies' cloaks at Gleason & Marshall's. Edwin Fuller left Tuesday night for Goodrood, Arizona. Ask to see "our new High School tablet at the Book store C L Garrigues of Franklin was a county seat visitor Friday Gleason & Marshall have a full line of groceries growing fuller. .List your farm and ranches with Chas Rogers, Ransom Kansas.- . ' I ." will pay 5 cents for good hides until further notice. Geo. Baker. F. P. Lucas attended to busi ness in Kansas City the last of the week. Mrs. W. S. Harrison, of Hays, is the guest of Mrs. John A. Nel son this week. - - . Powell Hale is an entertainer, not a lecturer.' You certainly will want to hear him. Wanted! Immediately!! Sev eral sections, of raw and improv ed land. K. H. Burns. Rex Clemons was up from Russell this week. Rex has quit the printing trade. Milton Galloway came up from Lawrence Tuesday night to visit home folks for a few days. B. F. Bragg was on the Kan- sas City market with a car of cows tne nrst ot the week. Read S M Hutzel's bargains in DIRT on page 8. It beats any bargain counter in the city For Sale Two registered Gal loway bulls, 3 years old, good ones P W OTooIe, Banner A. T. Carlton was up from Glencoe, Monday, on business. He made us an agreeable call. M. W. Enlow, of Moreland, Kas., brought in today a carload of cattle. Live Stock Journal. F. P. Lucas is" bettering the appearance of his already pretty residence bv a new cement side walk. Harry Root, the veteran solic itor of the Topeka State Journal, STent SatUrdav and Snndav in Wa-Keeney H- S. Johnson, of Trego coun ty, Kas., marketed yesterday 2 carloads of good stockers. Live Stock J ournal. Dr. Wickizer, optician here Thursday. October 31. All work guaranteed. Eyes tested, lenses perscribed. The only true constipation cure must begin its . soothing, healing action when it enters the mouth. ' Hollister s Kockv Moun- tSfta Tea restores the whole sys tem to a- healthy, normal condi tion. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. w. w. gibson. - John Carpenter,departed Mon day, morning for uoilege view. Nebr., where he will attend col lege this winter. ' . " " -Pete Elvert left Tuesday even Ing for Grinnell where he will assist Howard Thom as night agent at the depot - Mrs Bachura of Collyer. Mrs Dolecek, and Miss Wasko of Wilson were pleasant callers at this office Tuesday Judge and Mrs Peacock spent last -Sunday at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Bruce Fur- beck in Glencoe township German Lutheran service next Sunday morning at the usual hour, Sunday school preceding the service. CJv M. Bunge. The next number of the course will be an entertainment by W. Powell Hale at the . court house Saturday evening, November 2. School boards desiring copies of the school laws may get same by calling at my office. Mrs. C. D. Smith, County- Superinten dent. Tom Bundy writes from Colo rado that they have the finest climate and the biggest beets and cabbage that he ever say any where. Gleason & Marshall have just received some of the celebrated Hercules" boys' and youths' clothing ram-proof, moth-proof and cannot rip. d. "Rillino-s snirvrf1 two ns.ri of fine heifers to Kansas City, Sunday mornins. They were three-year-olds " and some of them weighed 1100 lbs. - Farmers, mechanics, railroad ers, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Takes the- sting out of cuts, burns or bruises at once. Pain cannot stay where it is used. Strayed or stolen 7 head of cattle branded J" on right hip. A reward will be given for any information. John Gate wood, owner. E. F. Melins, foreman. F. A. Macheau and family have returned to Wa-Keeney, where Mr. Macheau has purchased an interest in Harry Gearhart's barber shop.' We are glad to welcome them back to our city" once more. . ' Last Saturday "Rev; James Hughes left for eastern s Kansas, where he was engaged . to hold revival meetings. He reports the work to be moving on splen didly. He will return later to resume the missiou work which he started here. A certain man in this, town saw a certain person take packages of merchandise from my buggy Saturday night, Oc tober 5, 1907. If taken as a joke return them, if not take the con sequences." Herbert Yewell. Pat OToole and son of Bannerl were in the city Thursday. Pat unloaded two registered year ling Galloway bulls and drove them to his ranch on the Hack- berry -They are beauties and were prize takers at the stock show Pat says it pays to raise good stock You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. They like it because it tastes nearly like maple sugar. .Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe, sure and prompt remedy for coughs and colds and is good for every member of the family. Sold by w. w. gibson. ' . Last Thursday evening the first number of the lecture course lor the- season was given-at the court house, in the shape of a lecture by A. G. Van Haaften, a native of India. The subject "was "Fakes and Fakirs" and was handled by the speaker in a most interesting manner. He is a man of unusual ability and education possessing a brilliant mind and able to im- part his knowledge to others, so that those who listen to him do not fail to understand him. - He has the rare gift of holding the interest of his audience from the beginning to the end of his dis course. Many things wereex- plained in the lecture which has often mystified the mind. His statement that there is not any thing in the universe contrary to physical law explained a good many things m a nut shell. He also made some interesting state ments .concerning hypnotism and gave, an illustration of his own power along that line. The house -wast well filled and the audience expressed themselves as well pleased with the first number of the lecture course. Issued every Saturday and entered into the postomce at wo Keenly. Kansas, as second- class matter. ESTABLISHED MARCH 2. 1879. Saturday, Oct 26. 1907. OEFICIAl PAPER GF - TREGO COUNTY. Pickled pork at Baker's. Pure made Baker's, -r home lard at Don't forget Parks & Hunter's sale next Tuesday ' - -. See the E. Z. Walker" shoes at Gleason & Marshall's. Rev. J. C. Everett returned from the Presbytery this -week Sherman Crawford advertises a big sale on Tuesday, Novem ber 5 - - Flour, graham, cornmeal, bran and shorts at Gleason & Mar shall's. Leave your orders for books and periodicals at the Wa-Keeney Bookstore. - Lost Eastern Star pin. Finder- will return same to this office and receive reward. Do you want a loan? Do you want to sell your landr Do you want to buy land at a bargain? Call on John A. Nelson, Wa-Kee ney, Kans. Last Tuesday was the anniver sary of the big rain of last Oc tober, when two inches fell in twelve hours; nothing like it so far this month. ' Dr. Lindsay will be found day and night at his office under the Trego County State bank north west door night bell on the door. Phone 69. Frank Stimits, merchant of Grainfield attended his father's sale at Bosna last Thursday. He made this office a pleasant call Friday afternoon. There are several good seats left yet and still a 'chance to get six good numbers for the former price of five. - Buy your season tickets at the drug store. ff!j?or oaie inorougnorea Ply mouth Rock roosters; also some TT . rm l " -1 al good milk cows, 1 Poland China boar. W. W; Allen, 5 miles south east -oi -town. -Phone JNo. 7 on ;'M"line. Last Monday evening sixteen of the young people of the Meth odist church had a hay rack ride in the moonlight and went out to the home of Erie Nelson. They reported a jolly time. . Mr and Mrs Geo Lindsay, M r and Mrs Dellenbaugh, of Bryan, Ohio, old friends of Mr and Mrs S L Shorthill, visited them one day last -week They were en route to Los Angeles, Cali " Mrs, Carrie Matterh . and her two sons left for their home in Creede, Colo., lastTuesday night. Mrs. Mattern has been visiting her aunt and uncle,. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lucas for the. past month. ' Does your back ache?, .Do you feel tired and drowsy and. lack ing in ambition? If so, there is something wrong with your kid neys. DeWitt's Kidney: and Bladder Pills relieve backache, weak kidneys, and inflammation of the bladder. A week's treat ment 25 cents. Sold by w. w. GIBSON. . . , . MiEYsniEiiXYCDra Makes aUdaeys and Bladder Right OurlVew HairVigor Ayer's Hair Vigor was good, the best that was made. But Ayer's Hair Vigor, new im proved formula, is better. It is the one great specific for fall ing hair. A new preparation in every way. New bottle. New contents. Ask your druggist to show it to you, "the new kind." Doe wot change the color of the hair. As we now make our new Hair Vigor it does not have the slightest effect upon the color or the hair. , Yon may use il freely and for any length of time with oat fear of changing the color. : Stops falling hair. Cures dandruff. - aytaa J. C Arow Oaw Xaran. Kaaa. - I.- ramala wttkaaaa bottla S) "9 anew It to yr DE8T FOtl TtlE BOUELS It ytnrh ira t a regular, healthy movement of thm bowels every dcr, yoa're 111 or will be. Keep your bowel open, amd well. Force, In tb shape of violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of koepioc the bowels clear and clean is to tako CANDY CATHARTIO a EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, pslstable. Potent. Tasto Good. I0 Good, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe, 10. S and o cents per box. Write for free sample, and book let on health. Address 43S Start tw Beiia? ill Company,- Chleaa f Hmm York. KEEP YOUR DL003 CLE.! The total enrollment of the Trego County High School so far this year is 80, coming from 25 districts in Trego, Gove and Graham counties. Fifty-five per cent of the attendance's from country districts. F. D. Hastings has been- visit ing in points in Nebraska for the past ten days. He is also taking in Kansas City and Excelsior Springs before his return. Ross & Waldo sent a man here to run the elevator during his absence. (Jn Tuesday evening quite a large number of ladies went to the home of Mrs. F. D. Wonner for an evenings outing and a moonlight ride. They went pro vided with plenty of good things to eat and the crowd had a jolly time at the hospitable home of the hostess. : Last Saturday Miss Mary Beason, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Law, was united in marriage to Mr. H. O. Crosth waite by Squire Groft. They left in the evening for New Mexico, where they expect to make their home. The World extends con gratulations. Mr. Rasmussen, the boss gardener, was in Tuesday with a load of vegetables and melons, and among them he had some of his home grown celery. Mr. Rasmussen is an adept in the art of celery growing for we have never tasted finer celery anywhere than that which he brings into market here. 1 Miss Carrie Stradal spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Johnj opena. un J. nursaay morning she returned to the State Nor mal at Hays. While . in, Kansas City Miss Stradal had" an ulcer removed from her eye lid. which had been-troubling her for some time. The operation was sue cessful and has afforded her much relief. Here is an actual incident which was told the Belleville Telescope by a business man of the town Recently a well-to-do family mov ed to Belleville; an article of mer chandise was wanted whereupon the head of the family looked through the . local -papers to see what dealers in town handled the desired article; nowhere could it be found though he was sure it was kept in Belleville, but did not have time to run over town to find the dealer! He did know where it was handled in Kansas City and sent there for it. Henry Starr afld Frank Beck man, of near Abilene, are visit ing old friends and neighbors at Trego Center. These men took homesteads -here in 1878 and stared with them ' until 1884. They note many changes in that time. " Mr. Starr formerly own ed the farm now occupied by George Deines. ' He says that John Weckel, the first treasurer of Trego county, is still living at Abilene, but getting old and quite feeble. Weckel owned the place now held by Mr. Schemffi, better known . as the Morgan farm. - - - . '- F. M. Hatch, who lives near Bosna postoffice, had some friends visit him from Colorado some time ago, and the following story has just reached this office that Mr. Hatch and his friends had a very narrow escape from losing their lives. The story runs like this The party started out to hunt prairie chickens with a com plete camping . outfit. When about two miles from home ' they discovered that the rar of their spring wagon was oh fire. They called a halt instantly and com menced to fight fire with a ven geance, as they wished to save their chuck, ete. The first thing they did was to pull the bedding out. ierk off the cover . or -the wagon, and found the endgate of the wagon on fire. They fought the fire until they -were tired out, and finally they thought of their wet goods, (which consisted of 2 bottles of A per cent;, which ,they broke open and poured the con tents on the fire and put it out. Uaios Pacific Time Table. - Mountain Time. I - " WaST BOOMD. No. 101 Fast Express Due., 1:40 a. m. No. 108 Western LnH....Dne., T:45 p. m. No. 15S local Freight Due.. 4:48 P-jn. AST BOUND- - No. 104 Eastern Irfn't. ,Due.. 6:03a. m No. 103 Fast Express Due. -10:56 p. m. No. 154 Local Freight Due.. 7:14 am. ' Tickets sold and baggage checked to all uolnts In United states and Canada- ' . E- E. Morse. Agent. A. B. UONES. FHYS1CIAN AND SURGEON. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. -RjANK LISDSAY, B. A. M. D.. SURGEON ' OFFICE IN TOSH BUILDING. Office 'Phone 69. ' House 'Phone 79. WA-KEENEY KANSAS. ' ooooejooooootteooooeeoooeoo RESIDENT DENTIST.jj Office Borth of Trego County - State Bank. . Satisfaction guaranteed." WA-KKKNKT - - - - KANSAS, j eoeceeeeooooooooecccoceoos C D. YETTER NOTARY PUBLIC. Og ALLAH - - - - - Kansas. Your swearing attended to " at reasonable rates. Blanks furnished. M A S 0 It AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. - 'Pbone at residence. H. I KLINE, REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTING. I ended In the ram of $5,000. INSURANCE, y NOTARY PDBLIC wuiwwu ana payment or Taxes n for Non-Besldents a Specialty.' ijk Large list of lands for sale at low prices and easy terms. ' WA-KEENEY, KANS., 9 W. H. SWGGETT REAL : ESTATE Loans an J nsorance. Bonded Abstracter aad Notary Pablic . V. - r iV m a Hi o S iti Legal papers made and exe cuted. WA KEENEY, KANS. oooocoooccooooooooeocooooo - -slC. H. BURNS:- REAL ESTATE AND WMWl Agent for the Connecticut Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, Conn. ' A large list of lands to select from. ' Wa-Keeney - " - - Kan. CHOICE - ... - 5 ft " : Wheat, Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms FOR SALE FOR EXCHANGE " Money to Loan oa Land Phone , . . Wa-Keeney, Kas. Map of Kansas Free to AB Our Readers. . By special arrangement every reader of this paper who writes immediately is . entitled to a fine wall map of Kansas, over two by three feet in size, litographed in four colors, showing the. latest official survey of the state, with all railroads, postoffices, - etc. Everv family should have this fine map. Sent free by mail if you send zo cents tor three months' trial subscription to the Mail and Breeze, the great farm weekly. Map alone is worth a dol lar. Address Farmer's Mail and Breeze, Map Dept.. No. 3, Topeka, Kan. . If taken patiently and persis tently will . relieve the most ob stinate cases of indigestion, con- stipation, bad blood, bad liver no matter how long standing. That's what Hollister's - Rocky- Mountain Tea'will do. - 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. w. "w gibson.