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30th Year. Subscription $1. Wa-Keeney, Kans., July 25, 1 90S. H. S. Givler. Prop. LUMBER, GRAIN Particular people have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumberf and as we make quality our "long suit" you take no chance in buying what you need from us. The most complete line of the best lumber in Trego county is at your dispos al, in fact anything you might want from a lumber and coal yard. Estimates cheerfully figured. WEIGHTS HID GOOD PRICES GIVEN FOR YOUR GRAIN II The Hardman Lumber Go., WA-KEENEY. KANSAS. The Wa-Keeney State Bank. 1908-1885we are 23 years old. We have We have We do s We rent We sell $25,000 Capital. $25,000 Surplus, a general banking business. Safety deposit boxes. Insurance in all branches. BUY HARNESS RIGHT AT OGALLAL, KANSAS, OF ROSS & WALDO. The biggest line ever shown here. All, sizes of collars from 1.00 to $3.50. Strap goods and all kinds of repairs and fittings for harness. The Celebrated Brown Pivot Beam and other rid ing cultivators, Deere and Kirlin Weeders. De Laval and Tubular Cream Separators. Coal Haii Insurance Groin C. D. YETTER, Manager. ANNOUNCEMENTS. There is one preparation known today that will promptly help the stomach. This is Kodol. Kodol digests all classes of food, and it does-it thoroughly, so that the use of Kodol for a time will with out doubt help anyone who has stomach disorders or stomach trouble. .TwKodol today and ort time 3ontinr "We want to insure your live stock against lightning, and can give good rates. The loss of one cow or one horse will pay for the insurance for many years to come. R. C. "Wilson. Go to Barrett's Cash Store and get a pretty piece of China with every $1.00 cash purcnase. . - See the new dishes and cut 's at the Book Store. FOR CO.NGKESSMAK. I am a candidate for the Republican doth- ! Inatlon for congressman of the iJxth Iis- i triot. In this notion it is not practicable to state the measures I believe in. but hope to . be able to state them publicly in all parts of t the district between this and Ansust 4th. j next. . W. B. HAM. Stockton, Kansas. i FOR STATE SENATOR. I Hereby announce myself as a candidate for State Senator in the 'Attn Senatorial Dis trict of Karisis. subject to the approval of the Republican party. A. B. JONES. FOR STATE SCSATOR. I hereby announce myself ascandidate for Senator In the 3Ptb Senatorial District of Kansas, subject to the wilt of the Republi can voters of the District. WM. WELLS. FOR COUKTT SUPERINTENDENT. We are authorized to announce the name of Miss Eva L. Pbillbrook as a candidate for county superintendent, subject to the decision of the Republican party at the pri mary August 4th. FOR COCNTT SUPERINTENDENT. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction of Trego cunnty subject to the decision of the Itepubllcan voters at the August 4th primary. H. B. GRAVES. roil REPRESENTATIVE. J. II Deatrich authorizes us to announce that he is a candidate for the office of Rep resentative of Trego county subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the August primary. "I stand for the 'square deal' policies of Theodore Roosevelt." J. H. Deatrich. At the solicitation of many friends I con sented to make the race for representative, hoping that the eontest on the -4th of AUKUst may be settled satisfactorily by the voters. I am yours truly. CHARLES. M. BELL, FOB SHERIFF. I herobv annouitco nivself as a candidate for the Republican nomination of Sheriff of Trego county subject to the decision of the party vote in the Ausust primary. UECDORK LUCRTKET. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to annoonco that J. J. Drummond will be a candidate for re-elec tion for Sheriff of Trejro county subject to the decision of the Democratic voters at the primary August 4, l'JUtt. SHERIFF We are authorized to announce the name of D. .1. Wilstin. of Gleucoe township, as a candidate before the Republican primary to beheld Aug est 4, rjus. for t-hentr or rrego county. COUNTY ATTORNEY. I herebv announce mvself as a candidate for the ottlco of County attorney of TreKO county subject to the decision of the Repub lican primary August 4, r.nxt. Speaking of Dr. A. B. Jones' recent visit to Sharon Springs . the Times says of his candidacy: Dr. Jones is a candidate for the state senate and stands very high in the estimation of people who know him. He has lived at Wa-Keeney a great many years and is well fitted to represent the western district in the state senate. Being a neighbor Dr. Jones is entitled to a heavy vote in Wallace county. As I was requested by my friends to announce my self as a candidate for represenative of Trego county. I want to state to the voters at the coming pri mary on the 4th of August that to be honest with myself and with the voters of the county, I shall not make a canvas before the primary. My opponent, C. M. Bell, is a perfect gentleman and I am willing to abide by the dicisicn and good judgement of the voters of Trego county. J H. Deatrich. Dr. A. B. Jones of Wa-Keeney, candidate for the Republician nomination for State Senator, was in Hoxie Saturday and ap peared very well satisfied with his prospects. The doctor's platform or statement! which ap peared in last week's Sentinel, has strengthened his cause won derfully in this country and knowing him as we have for many years, to be an honorable, upwright man, we believe that should he be elected he will live up to that statement to the letter and represent this district in a maner she has never been repre sented. Hoxie Sentinel. Several papers have taken occasion to remark about what a great speech W. B. Ham made at Speed, July 4th. These papers spoke without due information. The facts of the matter are that Ham got up and read every word of his speech, apologizing for the same. His audience got mighty tired of it and before he had concluded he was talking to empty benches. But here is the worst: It has been discover ed that it was the identical speech he read on Decoratiion day at Ellis. Had Mr: teeder made such a lizzie the opposition would have had it printed in glaring headlines in every paper in the district that it could have worked. Osborne Farmer. WHEN THE LUSTFR CAME BACK. In the campaign for governor two years ago, 152,000 Kepubli cians stood loyal for Governor Hoch and defeated Harris, Dem- ocray and the bolt led by Stubbs ! from the so-called sduare dealfac t:on. Many of these Republicians probably did not like Governor i Hocn, but he was the nominee of the party and they gave him ear nest support. Tvro years before Stubbs had ; been chairman of the state con vention that nominated Hoch, and was chairman of the state central committee in that cam paign. What did he do two years ago? He established headquart ers in Kansas City and remained there during the entire cam paign, counseling and advising with Colonel Harris, Democratic candidate. You will remember, no doubt, that Stubbs gave it out that "his eyes were in bad shape," and that he couldn't get out and do anything for the ticket but his eyes were not so "bad" that he could not follow the well beaten path over to the Midland hotel whenever Harris drifted into town and he drifted in often. Notwithstanding this "bad eye business, chairman Orum mer of the Republician State Central coram itte appealed to Stubbs "with tears in his eyes" to do something or say some thing for the Republican state ticket. This Stubbs said he couldn't do because of his eyes. As a last resort it is so alleged that Crummer wrote Stubbs to put on a hoodwink, repair to a dark Closet, and there dictate to his stenographer these words: Republicians should support their state ticket." But Stubbs, 'eyes were too bad" to do even this service to the party. The day after election when it was thought that Hoch was defeated, the old time luster in Stubbs' eyes came back, and he started out on his campaign of detrac tion and indictment of the honor and integrity of thepublic jnen of Kansas' wh have rendered the state conspicuous service. To intimate or imply that a majority of the 152,000 Republi cans who stood loyally by the ticket two years ago will not for get this history and vote for Stubbs for Governor, is an insult to their intelligence, Belleville Telescope. Are you coming to the big street fair and carnival next week? For the first time in the history of Trego county a big carnival and street fair aggrega tion will invade our burdens and erect their various tents and amusement devices in Wa-Keeney for five days commencing Tuesday July 28th and ceasing Saturday August 1st. The Brundage and Fisher Amuse ment Co. with 100 people and a varied assortment of clean moral shows will furnish the amuse ment on the midway. This com pany comes to Wa-Keeney very highly recomended from towns east of us and we feel reasonably assured of a first class attraction. Besides the many shows carried by the company they have a Ferris wheel, merry-go-round and a brass band which are sufficent to amuse hundreds of people. The company carries their own electric light plant and all the shows and midway will be brilliantly illuminated. Come to Wa-Keeney any day during the carnival, make your headquarters with our hustling merchants, secure some of their many bar gains and take in the carnival of fun and frolic sights and lights. Bprt Barber, of Elton. Wis.. says: "I have only taken four doses of your kidney and blad der pills and they have, done for me more than any other medi cine has ever done. I am still taking the pills as I want a per fect cure." Mr. Barber refers to DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Sold by w. w. gibsox. The agricultural colleges were endowed to promote the liberal and practical education of the in dustrial classes. If interested in agriculture, mechanic arts, or domestic science, write for com plete catalogue of the Kansas State Agricultural College. Ad dress, Pres. E. R. Nichols, Man hattan, Kan. 18-tf. , For Sale 200 bushels of shell ed corn. Four miles south and 4 miles west of Wa-Keeney.- Wm. Lessor. - H. J. HILLE. PRESIDENT W. 6. BAE&, VICE PRESTOS! T A. H- BLAIR, CASH:R O. a. HILLE. ASST. GAS.HJEfl Capital, $25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK H J. HILLS W. B BAKER GENERAL BANKING Wa-Keeney, Kansas. directors. W. J-SKELTO.N F. S. OIEBOLD A. H BLAIF) u s g In wearing jewelry you should get the best. Why not? 5. You don't have to wear the cheap stuff do you? There is no il economy in that. The fact is you buy two cheap pieces of g jewelry to one good one, and the probability is you pay more 5 for the two than one good piece coslsr More than that in g cheap jewelry you are deprived of the very thing you want 2 style and good looks. These you get in full measure in our 2 our quality of goods. Our jewelry is a real investment, not 8 a speculation. The returns are certain. . B. CRftBILL, WATCH MftKER JEWELER WHERE QUALITY COUNTS. Just received at the BOOK STORE a large assortment of new and up-to-date wall paper prices to suit all. Ladies come in and examine our excellent line of Haviland China, samples of nine different patterns from which to choose. Let us have your order. We can please you. Bethany College Tuition in Academy or Shorthand, Board, Room, Light and Heat 36 weeks Same in College, Commercial, Piano Voice or Violin . . Tuition in music depends upon teacher selected and ad vancement of pupil. For illustrated booklet and catalog write Ernst T. Pihiblad Lindsborg, Kansas. 936 $126. $!4L 40 Teachers StjdCLitS Look At The Following Snaps ! ! ! Take Your Choice ! ! ! 1. North half of northeast quarter 34-12-24 (80 acres), 38 acre in cultivation, 50 acres nice, smooth upland, 12 to 15 acres bottom, balance good pasture land." Seven miles southwest of Wa Keeney Price, $750.00 2. North half of southeast quarter 6-11-25 (80 acres), 70 acres nice and smooth, 30 acres fine bottom land. Five and one-half miles north of Collyer. This would make a fine home. Plenty of good water - - - Price, $900.00 3. Southwest quarter 34-11-22, all nice and smooth, except about 10 acres. Seven miles northeast of Wa-Keeney and four miles northwest of Ogallah : - - Price, $2000.00 4. Southwest quarter 24-13-25, all nice and smooth, about 40 acres good bottom land, plenty of good blue-stem hay, fine alfalfa land. Ten miles southeast of Collyer. Price, $1800.00 5. A good, frame dwelling (6 rooms), cellar, cistern, etc., in Wa-Keeney, all in good repair, two lots, within one block of busi ness center, and one block of the Public Square Price, $900.00 S. K HUT Z EL, Wft-KEENEY - - - - KfiNSftS EORD AUTOMOBILES. THE BEST MACHINE MADE. J. W. SPENA, Agent.