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pale children is magical. It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphites and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and . bone, and so put together that it is easily digested by iittie toik. ALL. DRUGGISTS ; if Fresh pork at Baker's. Subscribe for the World. W. H. Swiggett is making a specialty of carefully prepared abstracts. . See him. ' Come in and see our fine line of fresh candies, chocolates and package goods. J. C. Owen. Get yerbecks & Lucas' prices on lumber, coal, stoves, paints, varnishes and building material. Tjhey will save you money. Lost Last Thursday, gold breast pin with amythist in cen ter. Finder will please leave at this office and receive reward. Notice All persons are hereby notified not to hunt on the north half of section J.l-13-24 and the south half of section 2-13-24. Spitsnaugle Bros. - For Sale 440 acres of good farm land 8 miles northwest of Ellis and 4 miles east of Ogallah. Some alfalfa land. Address John Goble, Wa-Keeney, Kan. . - For Sale Span of mares with foal, 8 and 9 years old, weight 1400 lbs. 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs.- Beardwell & Feeney, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Billious? Feel heavy after din ner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious attacks. 25 cents at any drug store. If you are a kicker and see the shadow of failure in everything that is proposed tohelp the town, for heaven's sake go into some secluded canyon and kick your own shadow on the clay bank, and thus give men who are work ing to build up the town a chance. One long faced, hollow-eyed, 'whijiing kicke can do more to keeptaway .business and capital from a town than all drouths, short crops, chinch - bugs, cy clones and blizzards combined. Ex. - " - $200 Reward! I will pay $200 for information leading to the conviction of par ties who stole cattle from my pasture. James Walsh, Collyer, Kansas. Notice to Oar Customers- We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for -coughs, colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains, no opiates or other harmful drugs, "and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults. w. w. GIB SON. - Township Sunday School Conventions. The fall sessions of Township 1 Sunday " School convention will meet as follows: - j Sunday, October 27, Franklin Township at St Elizabeth church. Sunday, November3, Riverside .'.II 1 - t m-t 1,1 1 iuwnsmp at ms. .rueasans. Sunday,-November 10, Banner Township at Banner. The programs for the several "TrifJfinc5i H.Tfi rwino ri-rA.T-fri Mid 1 interesting and helpful sessions are anticipated. - - The American Flag on Every School House. The last Kansas Legislature enacted a law, chapter 319, laws of 1907, requiring the . school offi cers of every discrict in this state to provide an American flag for the school building. The jpuoiisner oixne iiaosas rarmer, Topeka, Kansas, have procured a .stock of standard flags sufficient jto supply every school district i . t; . . l t t -r-i i jin the state and propose to fur- jnish a splendid American flag ;f or each school house free of cost tto the" district. Write to the Kansas Farmer. about it. i ' - - l-ACard.,-I This is to certify that all drug ??ists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar fail'yjure your, cough or ijold. It tops the cough, heals j-he 4ungs and prevents serious esuns irom a -cola. Uures la rippe cough and prevents pneu lonia and consumotion. Con tains no opiates. The - genuine IB- a yellow package. Refuse Substitutes. w. w. gibson. Wf ... ' -: ' . ..... - - BOc. AND $1.00, s - Remember our date just one day, Tuesday, October 29, at American hotel E. F. Sullivan, optician. Entertainment 1907-8. The Wa-Keeney Entertainment Association announces the fol lowing course of six numbers for the season of 1907-8. Examine the list. November 2 W. Powell Hale, the entertainer. Impersona tions, monologues, etc. It is said that Powell Hale is better than - Marvin Williams who was with us last winter; in fact, Mr. Williams says so, himself. Those who heard Williams will ask nothing better, and no cthe rec ommendation is needed. November28 Marshall Choate Crouch in "The Simple Life." This is a popular lecture, full of humor and pathos and sure to amuse, instruct and elevate. The time is Thursday evening, Thanksgiving day. The Golden Belt Educational Association meets here on the following days and all teachers should attend this lecture, though it has no connection with the Golden Belt. January 10 The La Dell-Fox Concert company, of Canada, in cluding a reader and a. violinist; four people. If there is any music in your soul you will want to hear this company. February 4 Hon. G. A. Gear-, hart in "The Footprints of the Centuries." This is the one solid lecture of the course and should appeal to all thinking people. March 5 The Royal MaleH Quartette, including two violin ists and a reader. Male Quar tettes have always been popular with Wa-Keeney audiences and this one alone will be worth the price of a season ticket. . , The executive committee is ne gotiating for another number, a musical number if" it can be se cured, but cannot announce the date at this time. By buying season tickets now the purchaser is sure of getting six numbers, and probably seven, for the former price of five. Season tickets will be placed on sale at the drug store Satur day, October 19, buy now and get good seats. The prices are as follows: Season tickets, adults $2; school pupils $1.50. Single admission 50 and 35 cents. '"Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headaches, lacked ambition, was worn out and all run-down. Burdock Blood Bitters made me. a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitory, Moosup, Conn. ' John Shirley, of Lucas, Kan sas, writes to the Topeka Capi tal about an experiment made in the early days of planting corn in winter, as follows: When I came to my homestead on the head waters of East Wolf creek in Russell county in" the month of August, 1878, I . saw a small patch of corn in the neighbor hood that had reached maturity several months before. I learn ed that it was a patch of five or six acres that had been planted by a Mr. Dalton in the month of December the year before. "The patch yielded a fair average crop. I had nd knowledge of this ex periment ever having been tried anywhere else'in the state, but I have often wondered why it was not. It is certainly practicable and most seasons possible to raise a crop of corn from Decem ber planting, which should "ma ture early in July or even earlier. It is an experiment well worthy a trial. Kansas is ahead in many respects and when the farmers of the state get to raising corn from December plantings it will be among the leaders as a corn growing state. If- you take De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills you -will get prompt relief from backache, weak kidneys, inflammation' of the bladder and urinary troubles. A week's treatment, 25 cents. Soldjby w. w. Gibson. - tops conjh nd Y.mmX lunjt I. 0. 0. F. Resolutions. , - Long j'ears ago the decree went forth that'All that is born must die." - - Friend after friend departs Who hath not lost a friend? There is no union here of hearts That finds not here an end. No distinction is made between the rich and poor, the exalted or humble all must meet on. this common level all must submit to the dominion of death. " "- Once again we have been called to follow a brother to the tomb, there to take a last look upon his familiar face and to say farewell. Gloomy indeed would the parting be were it not for the happy thought of the time when friend and fraternity will be reunited never again to part. Another brother has paid the-last debt triumphantly singing as his feet touched deaths dark river. O, death, where is thy sting? P grave, where is thy victory? In the death of Brother Chalk Wa-Keeney I. O. O. F. Lodge, No. 304, loses one of its oldest and most efficient members, one that ever was a stalwart cham pion of all those exalted tenents of which we boast and of which we are proud. A brother that never failed or faltered, but in foul weather as in fair, stood by his brothers. A brother always ready, always willing to do his part in any movement that was for the good of the order. Sacri ficing time and self to build up the different orders to which he belonged, he has passed to his reward. Therefore it is fitting and becoming that we, his brothers, should in this manner express our deep regret at his death. Bowing in humble sub mission to the will of the- Great and Supreme - Ruler .who in His infinite wisdom has removed our worthy and esteemed Brother Edward Bell Chalk, Be It Resolved, That the wis dom and ability which he once exercised in the and for our or der, his loving service, his wise counsel, will ever - be . held in greateful remembrance. Resolved, That the removal of such a useful life from our lodge leaves a vacancy that will never be filled, and cast a shadow that will be deeply realized by all the members of our noble order and will be a loss not easily remedied, to not only his lodge but to the entire community in which he lived and to the public at large. Resolved, That expressing our deep sympathy with his bereav ed widww and family, we, at the same time, express the fond hope that even so great a loss may be overruled for good by Him who doeth all things well. . Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, be spread on the records of our lodge," a copy printed in the local papers, and a copy sent to the bereaved fam ily. " . Frank Lindsay, E. T. Tripp, H. Jones - ' Committee. Eastern Star Resolutions. Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom and love has removed from our midst our dearly be loved brother, Edward Chalk, Be It Resolved, By the officers and members of Margaret Chap ter, No. 249, O. E. S., of Wa-Keeney, Kans., who, realizing that in the death of Brother Chalk, We have lost a zealous, faithful and . able member, be it further Resolved, That his earnest and efficient service in behalf of our Chapter be ever gratefully -remembered, be it further Resolved, That our Chapter extend to the bereaved , family our sincere sympathy, be it f ur- pner - - Resolved, That our Chapter room be djaped in mourning for thirty days, be it further Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent the bereaved family and a copy spread upon the records of our Chapter, that a copy be furnished each of the county papers for publication! Salome A. Blair, - Ida A. Pierson, - - Committee. The Hero of the Hour. The man who wrestles with the cow and learns the calves to suck, who cast the corn before the swine, is now in greatest luck; for butter's on the upper grade, veal's higher than a kite, pork is climbing up the scale and beef -is out of sight; eggs he gathers every day from his crowded chicken coop are almost worth their weight in "gold and we are in- the soup. His corn brings him a fancy 'price, it's rising every day, and he rakes m all kinds of money for "a half a load of hay. The farmer is. in the saddle and when he comes to town the rest" of us by right Ml) 100 Ml - Hundred! of Wa-Keeney Readers Find Daily Toil a Borden. - The hustle and worry of business men. The hard work and stooping of workmen The woman's household cares. Are too great a strain on the kidneys. Backache, headache, sldeacbe. Kidney troubles, urinary troubles follow. A Wa-Keeney cil Izen tells you how to cure tbem all. " - J. J. Hyde, living at Drum mond House, Wa-Keeney, Kan., says: "Aly occupation requires me to be on my feet in a half bent position and this is what gives nearly all the weak backs to those in my profession. How ever, besides the backache at tributable to my work,' there were too profuse and frequent passages of the secretions, so I made up my mind to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box at W. W. Gibson's drug store. They helped me all right and be sides correcting the kidney action, they relieved the" back ache. I can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a good medicine for such cases, and I shall advise their . use whenever I get a chance." . . For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no others. should go away back and sit down. Ex. ' . We wonder how many of our readers have noticed ' the differ ence between the man who has been married but a short time and one who has been married several years. You can always tell a young husband from an old one. When a man has been married a few months, you will generally , see him working in the garden or fixing up about the house and while he works he whistles, or sings, or occasional ly looks up towards the window to see if anyone is watching him. A year later he is still working in the garden but the smile has been exchanged for a frown and he occasionally looks up towards the house wondering why in thunder breakfast is not ready. Another year-, rolls by and his looks would sour milk, but he is still at work, stopping occasion ally . to kick- the dog or throw a brick at the cat;. ..' The next year we find, him sitting on the porch, smoking his pipe, while his wife does the digging in the garden. Now just watch our young men, as one 'bygone," they are caught in Cupid's; net and see if this rule does not work out the . prob lem correctly. Ex; Henry E. Jones of Tampa, Fla., writes: "I can thank God -for my present health, due to Foley's Kidney Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds of kidney cures, but nothing done me much good till r took Foley's Kidney Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I have no more1 pain in my back and shoulders- I am -62 years old, and suffered long, but thanks to Foley's Kidney Cure I am well and can walk and enjoy .my self. ? It is a pleasure to recom mend it to those needing a kid ney medicine." - - School Report- ' Number days taught, 17. Number pupils enrolled, 11. : Cases of tardiness, 2. - Average daily attendance, 10.7. Pupils not absent, Mabel, Louise, George and Jesse-Kess-ler, Mildred, Edward, Hilca and Helen Cass. r - . Nannie Glenn, K - - Teacher. Whenever we hear of the kill ing of an automobilist through some accident to his machine, our admiration for old Ned, our twenty-year-old family horse, grows a bit more firm. Old Ned doesn't lose his spark - plug, his supply tank doesn't give out, and he has never jret had a farm er's team to haul his load home, either. Of course we have had to put shoes on him occasionally but they don't cost $160.00 a set Gomer Davies. - Mutt Hive Wasted Much Time. -Without the aid of a- glass, aa Aus tralian Is sid to have written 10,061 words on a postal card. Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom- . ach. -Torpid Liver and" Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to take TO This is ytfur . oppor tunity to make the trip to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and many other points in California at just half the regular fare Sept. 1 to Oct. 31, low one-way colonist " rates will be . in effect to to the above points These tickets are good in tourist sleeping cars and offer thh advantages - of the ' v. Excellent Through Service -. via ." - UNION PACIFIC - Gor full information inquire of R: E. MORSE. " v?v 1,-3 W sa VHEN YOU SHOOT t to HIT what yoa arc aimine at -best bird, beast or target. Mate yocr (Vu count by -shooting tbe STEVENS. Tot At years STEVENS ARMS have ca r-: doB PREMIER HONORS lor AC CX'HACY. Our line: - Rifles, Sfcatgcns, Pistols Axle rot r EealT in STKVIKS. 1 f yom maot obtain, we strip direct. -jr- receipt of rata lnerprlf Seanl 4 tt- in stamps f m mo-pk Cacaloe yf coraple wilptif. A ei-efnr present and f"iusnc-ff i v shorten. Dcantifrjl tlrre-coVr Aknninnm H-rogcr will J. Stevens Ayns & Tool Co., , P. O. Box 4096 CHICOFE2 FAXlLS, TT ASS., 17. 3. A- - Gal fornia Every Day mm iff! BflW aa m , mim iVflf5x7A PrYflf Svnifl PiniPles 141AUUTV WJlUJf ' It is JW.'-W, GIBSON BUY THE 1 I I pilME Bafore Ton Purchase Any Other Write THE MEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPART ORANGE. MASS. Many Sewing Machines are made to sell reear. less of qaality, but the " Xew llm" Is mad to woar. Our guaranty nerer runs out. W make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions of the trade. The "New Home stands atthst bead of all HiarlB-aTraMle family sewixur machines . - Sold fey Mtfaorlmed dealers enly. . FOR SACK 1 - SO YEARS EXPERIENCE Trade Mark Copyrights Ac Abtoin sending a sketch and description mmy smlcklT ascertain our opinion fr whether an invention la probably patentable- Communica tions strictly confidential. Hand book on Patents) sent free. Oldest ajrency for seen ring patents. Patents taken throotrh Mann & Co. reeelT pcint notice without c barge. In the) Scientific fltnericatt. A handsometr flhratrated veekly. Irtreet cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year : four months, SL. Sold by all newsdealers. KUKN & Co.86'8'"- New York Branch Office. OB W 8t Washington IX Gm EARLY RISERS The famous little pills. ' - (First published October J2, 1S07.) Notios for Publication. Department of the Interior. J.and Office at Colby. Kans.. Oct. 8, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Carrey G. Roberts of Trepo county, Kans.. has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 25936 made February 10. 1903 for the southeast quarter of section twenty-four (34). township fifteen-(15) south. range twenty-one kzd west, ana tnat saia proof wilt be made before Probate Judge Peacock, at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Novem ber 16. 1907. Be names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of the land, viz: Wm. M. Nelson. Ellis. Kansas. Sam Round tree. Brownell. Kansas. Enoch W. Nelson,. Brownell, Kansas, Horatio G. Watson. Mc cracken, Kansas. John Thomas, Register. ' (First publication Oct. 19. 1907.) Notice for Publication- Ho. 1636. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Colby. Kas.. Oct. 15, 1907. Notice is hereby given that John M. Van Winkle, of Brownell. Kansas, has -filed notice of his intention to make final comma- Homestead Entry 19307 made May S. 1906. for the west ualf of the - northeast quarter, of section thirty-two (32) town ship fifteen 15) south, range twenty-two (22) west, and that said proof will be made be fore the Probate Judge at Wa-Keeney, Kans.. on November 28, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cuftiva- t.ls'in aulH lanrl vlw Thomas Ryan. Albert Can Win. Elmer Push, William. LaSball. all of Brownell. Kans, ' i - - John Thomas. - Register. HOI-LISTER'S Rocky fountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Medicine for Busy People. ' Brings fieldea Health and Renewed Vigor. A speciflo for Constipation. Indigestion. Liver ;nd Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impure Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by Holubtib Droo Com pant. Madison, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE Coldsi Pre rents Pneumonia DeWITT'S 5222, WITCH HAZEL SALVE. For Piles, Boras, Sores. No home is so pleasant, regard less of the comforts that money will boy, as when the entire fam ily is in perfect health. A bottle of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It" will cure every member of-the family of constipation, sick headache or stomach trouble. w. w. gibson. Wanted Immediately' Several quarters of raw and im proved land. R. HTBUKNS. - Obstinate cases- of constipa tion and nasty, mean headaches promptly disappear when you take De Witt's Little Early Riser Pills., Sold by w. tc. gibson. The pain in Ma's head has gone, She's as happy as can be, Her health is right, her temper bright, -Since taking Hollister.s Rocky Mountain Tea at night. . W.W.GIBSON. Cleanses the system" thoroughly arid, clears ; sallow complexions of and blotches, gxiareunitced.