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Pu re made home lard at
M. E. Webb was up from Kan
sas City this week.
Tom Bundy has got a squirrel
joke. Ask him about it.
See the new dishes and cut
glass at the Book Store.
Don't forget the base ball game
this (Saturday) afternoon.
For Rent -school
Property west of
Sam Parks.
A. F. Tosh left last week for
Texas on a two weeks' visit.
Mrs. C. L. Hardman and child
ren visited in Salina this week.
W. S. Gorrell bored a well at
the Hays' residence this week.
J. J. DeSantos of Quinter, was
a visitor to our city last Sunday.
Wanted Teams to break prai
rie. Jacob Heckman, Wa-Kee-ney.
J. P. Elvert is enjoying a visit
from his brother of Iowa this
For sale Second-hand auto in
good running order. John W.
Mrs. Clara I. Coffey has sold
her residence to County Clerk
De Witt's Little Early Risers,
the famous little liver pills. Sold
by w. W. GIBSON.
Mrs. Steinberger entertained
a few friends at supper last
Wednesday evening.
David Emery, the carpenter of
Quinter, spent the latter part of
last week in the city.
Wanted! Immediately!! Sev
eral sections of raw and improv
ed land. R. H. Burns.
Until further notice we will
have fresh vegetables every Wed
nesday and Saturday. Trego
Mercantile Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bell left last
Sunday for Hays where Mr. Bell
will engage in the hotel business
having rented the old Tremont
House, "
Hail season is now coming on.
Come in and get a policy on your
growing crop, and get 100 cents
on the dollar insured for in case
you have a less. The Wa-Kee-ney
State Bank.
Judge Rupenthal is holding
court at Gove this week.
Gilbert Bros.- of Banner -ship-ped
a car of hogs last Monday.
Frank Yanda advertises a pub
lic sale in this issue. Read it.
Wanted Cattle or horses to
pasture. Inquire of Will Rhoades.
For Sale Cane and kafir corn
seed at 50c per bushel. W. R.
Walker. '
W. H. Swiggett is making a
specialty of carefully prepared
abstracts. See him.
Pat O'Toole was up from Ban
ner last Saturday with a load of
hogs for Ernest Jesse.
Wanted Immediately
Several quarters of raw and im
proved land. R. H. Burns
Ernest Jesse shipped a car of
fat cattle and a car of hogs to
Kansas City the first of the week.
Bert Bamberg went to Salina
Thursday morning where he ex
pects to work at ,the carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen and fam
ily from PennsylAania are visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. RI H.
Robert Benson of Banner, was
a county seat visitor last Tues
day and made this office an ap
preciated call.
Easter novelties, eggs, rabbits,
ducks, chickens, and embossed
Easter post cards just received
at the Book Store.
The sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be celebrated on
next Sunday morning at the
Presbyterian church.
Taken Up Last Friday, black
mare, star in forehead. Owner
can get same at Ernest Musse
man's farm west of town.
W. B. Ham of Stockton, has
the first announcement jn this
issue. Mr. Ham is a candidate
for congressman of this district.
The kidneys are delicate and
sensitive organs and are . very
likely at any time to get out of
order. DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills are prompt and
thorough and will in a very short
time strengthen the weakened
kidneys and allay troubles aris
ing .from inflammation of the
bladder. Sold by w. w. gibson.
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Carpet, Wall paper. Carpet Paper i
You need a new carpet to brighten up your rooms af
ter you clean house, or a carpet sweeper to help in clean
ing house. We have a large stock of these at the lowest
Don't put the lad on a box after he gets too big for a
high chair, get him a nice
Come in and see our large stock of
Beds. Springs, Rockers, Dressers,
Felt and Cotton Mattresses,
and everything else kept in an up-to-date furniture store.
Undertaking a specialty. All calls answered day or
night. '
T. S. HOWE & SON. :
Wanted Fat hogs for first of
May shipment. McCullom, Dil
lon & Rhoades.
; For sale 250 bushels of Kafir
corn seed, all clean and graded;
also 75 bushels of sorghum seed,
good, clean seed. Fred Flyr, 5
miles southwest of town. ,
We want to write you some in
surance on your live stock, and
not have you out when the fire or
lightning kills them. - Rates
cheap. R. C. Wilson, Agent.
- It is reported that F. C. Woll
ner has bought the Presbyterian
parsonage and that the Presby
terians will later build a parson
age on the church lots south of
the church. '
Last Saturday the High School
base ball club went to Gove (a la
automobile fashion) where they
played the Gove High School
team. Of course our team won.
The score was 9 to 6.
Notice E. D. Wheeler will ar
range soon with some trust
worthy person to take cows from
town to his pastures northwest
of town wherehere is plenty of
grass and water.
Rex Clemons,. editor 6f the In
dependent, was at Emporia the
first of the week attending the
State Editorial association meet
ings. Rex was the youngest ed
itor in attendance. i
Is there a one cent' stamp on
your paper this week?. It means
that you are in arrears and that
we are compelled to pay extra
postage on your paper. Please
call and settle before May 1st.
At the church of the Heavenly
Rest the next service will be Low
Sunday, April 26th, at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m., when the 'Easter
services will be celebrated. W.
G. Read, Priest in charge.
The high winds that prevailed
all night Thursday and all day
Friday were strong enough to
blow off the fruit blossoms to
say nothing of blowing the
"taters" and "garden sass" out
of the ground.
W. W. Bertram of Illinois,
perchased three quarters sec
tions of land on Big creek and
will make his home among us.
His latest purchase is a $900 Ford
automobile. It is the finest run
about in the city.
Last Sunday evening Miss
Benedict, a deaconess of the
Methodist church, gave an ex
cellent talk in the interest of the
Home Missionary ; work. She
filled the evening appointment in
Rev. Scott's place.
Ignac Bordovsky, a nephew of
our townsman, Martin Bordov
sky, committed suicide by hang
ing himself in his uncle's barn.
The deed was done Friday morn
ing and he was found by his
brother Charlie. Particulars
next week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gleason ar
rived from California the first of
the week and are visiting with
Mrs. A. L. Gleason and sons.
Mr. Gleason is a heavy land own
er and informed, us that he is
renting a large portion of his
land to be planted to corn.
Lester C. Mudge, our real
estate man, returned Wednesday
morning from Gove county,
where he made some land sales.
Mr. Mudge states that wheat is
looking good in that country, and
conditions good generally.
Last Friday evening the young
people of the Epworth League
held one of their enjoyable socials
at the pleasant home of Mr. and
Mrs. Keller. All present enjoy
ed the evening in music and
games after which dainty "box
lunch" refreshments were served.
Not a drop
of Alcohol
Doctors prescribe very little, if
any, alcohol these days. They
prefer strong tonics and altera
tives. This is all in keeping
with modern' medical science.
It explains why Ayer's Sar
saparilla Is now made entirely
free from alcohol.' Ash your
doctor. Follow his advice. -
W paluh or fitnnvlu
from our madicuija
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Unless there is daily action of the bev
els, poisonous products are absorbed,
causing hrrdache,, biliousness, waur:.
ayspepsia. we wist you uoaia asu vour
debtor a"? c rrec:n ; v-rr cr. 'Trrticn
New Spring
for Alen and
Young Men
Special value from
$7 to $20
We feel certain that no
clothes will please you better
than the
Hand-made Suits
Long Silk Gloves
In black and white; 12 and 16
button lengths.
$1.00 to $1.50
Also 12. button e ngth lisle for
60c in white and black."
New Spring
x .This has been one of our best
years in this line new hats
arriving every few days; come :
in and get something in the
latest styles.
American Lady Oxfords
Patent Leather Oxfords-some beauties
for $2 50
Gun Metal Oxfords -. 2 75
Some as low as . ... i... 1 75
Look over our line of belts some
beauties from . . . .. .-...$. to $1.50
Wash belts.. 25C
Ladies' collars 25C
. On the grocery side our line is complete just as cheap as the cheapest, besides the five
per cent discount. Saturday morning we will have fresh vegetables, such as lettuce, radishes,
tomatoes, onions, etc. Also fresh strawberries, 2 boxes for 35c. Bring in your produce,
highest market prices.
Yours for business,
The Trego Merc. Co.
Subscribe for the World only
one dollar a "year. -
W. S. Gorrell is boring a well
for County Attorney Long on
the lots west of F. H. Burnham.
Mr. Long expects to build a nice
home on these lots. k
Easter Sunday has come and
gone, and the merry widow hat
is abroad in the land. In fact, it
is rather too broad for any place
of narrower dimensions.
The first mocking birds of the
season were in evidence, Satur
day, April 18th, and the balmy
air of spring, sunlit or moonlit,
has been quivering with melody
ever since.
We have nothing but first-class
insurance companies, and will
be glad to write you a policy for
fire, lightning, wind or tornado
at the lowest rates going. K. C.
Wilson, Agent.
For Sale Cheap, one 24-horse
power Port Huron engine used
only 60 days, one 12-disc steam
plow used 30 days, one 36x70
Avery separator used about
three seasons, but in good repair
last season. John W. Spena.
Surveyor Harlan ha3 been do
ing some work on the streets
this week and his display of red
flags is causing considerable
comment among the small fry.
One lad says we are to have a
north and south railroad and
another wants to know who has
the smallpox.
The home of Mason Smith, six
miles north of Wa-Keeney was
the scence of a pleasant company
Wednesday, April 15th, the occa
sion being the 25th anniversary
of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
Smith. In honor of the day Mrs.
Smith invited her neighbors and
a number of friends from Wa
Keeney to help celebrate the day.
The guests partook of a bountiful
wedding dinner served by her
daughter Miss Ethel and her
helpers after which a pleasant
afternoon was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and -Mrs. Smith were the re
cipients of a number of beautiful
and useful silver gifts appropri
ate to the occasion. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith have lived but a few
years in Trego county but they
have won the respect and esteem
of their neighbors and friends
who wish them the best of suc
cess and hope that they' may
both live to welcome many more
anniversaries of that happy day
twenty-five years ago.
The - Locust., club met with
Mrs. Swiggett Friday April 17th.
Thesubject was Arbor Day. A
very interesting afternoon was
spent in discussing government
work in forestry on which sub
ject Mrs. Hays read a most in
teresting and helpful article.
An excellent paper was read by
Mrs. Poffenberger on Brief
Sketches of Historic Trees. Mrs.
Wonner brightened up the pro
gram by reading humorous
sketches from well known peo
ple who see the funny side of
life. Mrs. Givier read a paper
on "American Forests and made
a few remarks on practical plans
for us, after which the club ad
journed to meet with Mrs. Blair
May 1st.
Ever HBlui. .
A Little Care Will Sara Many Wa-Keeney
Header Future Trouble
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they have the amber
hue of health;
The discharges notr excessive
or infrequent;
Contain no "brick-dust like"
Doan's Kidney Pills will do
this for you.
They watch the kidneys and
cure them when they're sick.
W. F. Stranahan, Wa-Keeney,
Kans., says: "For over a year I
had a constant backache and
sharp pains would shoot through
my kidneys when I would go to
stoop or lift anything. During
the night the action of the kid
ney secretions was entirely too
frequent and often a burning
sensation in the passages would
keep me from sleeping. Doan's
Kidney Pills which I got at W.
W. Gibson's drug store, cured
me about two month's ago and I
have not had a particle of trouble
since. They are, in my estima
tion, the best kidney medicine on
the market."
- For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the Sni ted States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Big Reduction on Flour
Commencing Monday, April
20th, H. FOsterkamp will close
out all his High Patent flour at
$1.25 a sack. Come while it lasts;
every sack warranted first class.
I'm going to make a change in
business that is why the cut at
Osterkamp's Feed Store oppo
site the postoffice. -
New Traveling Library.
A new- traveling library has
been received containing the fol
lowing books:
The Colonel of Red Hussars.
Sowing of Anderson Cree.
Veiled Lady.
Long Trail.
His Courtship.
Best Man.
Moon Face.
Where Trail Divides.
Where Rainbow Touches the
Stumbling Block. .
Helena's Rath.
Isle of Dreams.
Trimmed Lamp. -
Leopard's Spots.
Star of Valhalla.
Secret Agent.
Militants. ,
Diary of Delia.
Champion. "
Far Horizon.
Flower of France.
Fortune Hunter.
Running Water
Clementina's Highwayman.
Flyers. , '
" Domestic Adventures.
Lovers of Lady Arabella.
Angeol the Musician.
Turn of the Balance.
Ministry of
Golden Hawk.
Fanshaw of Fifth. -Barbary
Parfit Gentil Knight.
Brass Bowl. v
Arizona Hights.
Whispering Smith.
Paul Jones Founder American
Navy 2 volumes.
How They Succeeded.
Walks in
From Paris to New York.
Miss Carrie Stradal has pre
sented to the library "Pilham"
by Bulwer.
A Card.
This is to certify that all drug-
gists are authorized to refund
your money if Foley's Honey and
Tar fails to cure your cough or
cold. It stops the cough, heals
the lungs and prevents serious
results from a cold. Cures la
grippe coughs and prevents
pneumonia and consumption.
Contains no opiates. The genu
ine is in a yellow package. Re
fuse substitutes, w. W. GIBSON, !

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