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The World TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Per year, in advance-. ... $1.00 , ADVERTISipfG RATES.- .. Display advertisements 10 cents per inch. Liocals. S eems per line. ' Collections"., on all - advertisements made quarterly.. All display or local advertising will be run until ordered out. unless otherwise specified at tbe time of insertion. Job work, cash on de livery, except to local gustomers. Issued every Saturday and entered into the postofflce at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second- class matter. ESTABLISHED MARCH 2. 1879. Saturday, July 25, 1908. Union Pacific Tine Table. Mountain Time.) WEST BOUND. No. Ml Fast Express Due.. 1:40 a.m. No. 103 Western Lm't....Doe.. 7:45 p. m. No. 155 Local Freight Due.. 4:48 p.. m. EAST BOUND. No. 104 Eastern-Lm't. '.Duo . 6:05a. m No. 102 Fast Express Dne. .10:55 p. m. No. 154 Local Freight Due.. 7:14 a m. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points in United States and Canada. R. E. Morse. Agent. Ten pages this week. Read Moore's Cash Store ad in this issue. Read W. W. Allen's big notice in this issue. sale McCullom, Rhoades and Dillon shipped a car of hogs, Wednes day morning. W. H. Swiggett is making a specialty of carefully prepared abstracts. See him. i. a: iijme nas purcnasea a Buick motor car of Ross & Wal do, and expects it here in a few days. Lost A string of gold beads, Sunday. Finder leave at Hard man Lumber yard and receive reward. Bob Kirk and Jim Hanna were over from Graham county trad ing in a good town the first of the week. Use DeWitt's Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills that are pleasant to take, bold by w. W. GIBSON. - The young folks have been en joying themselves by having camp fires and hay rack rides this week: Pickled pork at Baker's. Pure made ; home lard Baker's. at Don't forget the church gets 10 per cent of the cash sales at Moore's Cash Store. For Sale Improved farm 2 miles south of town. 'Cheap if sold soon. M. W. Mason, Wa Keeney, Kans. - Millard Webb and family will return to Wa-Keenev shortly. A car of goods was sidetracked here Friday morning. There will be services at the Baptist church next Sunday. Pastor will preach morning and evening. All are welcome. Miss Alice Freese of Hays visited a few days in Wa-Keeney this week. Miss Alice has a large number of friends here. Oh My! It's Good. You'll never know the real goodness of WW m m Tea of cod until you make il Lee Orango Blossom. Under this brand you can. have your choice of Black or Green Teas. Qnarter-pcund Package IS cents Half-pound " 25c ents ONE OF THE Pure Food Products SOLD BY ALL GROCERS (Sava tha Coupons.) Rev. Buddenhagen, pastor of the Lutheran Church, is enjoying a visit from his son, of Chicago He arrived YY ednesday evening. If you intend to - purchase piano see Col. - Malan, at , the Americian House. He sells the best makes and on installment plan. ' Mrs. Herrick, accompanied by her little daughter and her sis ter, left for Nebraska last Wed nesday evening for a few week visit: Mrs. Minnie Fisher and daughter Mabel of Kansas City are guests-at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charlie Sellers this week. Zenas Gunckle spent last Mon day here with friends in this place. He is harvesting with Orda Runyon. iiast weeK A. is. jones was taken quite sick, but after a litle rest was able to leave Sunday evening to push nis campaign work up west. On Tuesday evening Earel Nel son's parents ana his brother Lee left for Illinois, after quite a long visit in the west. A. T. Carlton, B. E. Furbeck, A. P. Teeters and Hugh Randall were up from the east side Mon day in the interest of the new Spring creek bridge. Notice Democrats of Collyer township are requested to-meet at School House in Collyer July 29 at 2 p. m. Full attendance is desired. Order of committee. J. F. Gunckel was up from McCracken, Kans., this week. He rented the cottage south of W. W. Gibson's for his mother and daughter, who will occupy same shortly. L. W- Purington has just been in and reports a loss of 80 per cent by hail on his corn Tuesday evening, while his brother Franks loss is 50 percent both insured in the St. Paul. Last Monday the four months' old child of Air. and Mrs. Bul lock, who live north of town, died and was buried Tuesday afternoon at Wa-Keeney. They have the. sympathy of their friends in their loss. . Last Tuesday morning Mrs. C. D. Smith left for her home north of Salina. She was ac companied by her husband, Mrs. Smith's many friends hope tp hear of her complete recovery e'r long and that the change may be of great benefit to her. j The World has had the pleas ure of adding five new names to its subscription list since last issue. Uur streak of good luck seemed to follow immediately after the nomination of Billy Bryan, who will be next presi dent of the Columbian Talk ing Machine Co. J. H. Poffenberger, opened up his new barber shop in the room south of J. C. Owen's restaur ant Tuesday. Joe has a nice clean shop, the furniture is new and up to date. He is one of the oldest barbers in Western Kan sas and we bespeak for him a good trade in his new business venture. . You have never had a finer prospect for a corn crop, and almost certain of a crop if not hailed out, which by the way is quite common now-a-days, so best drop in and have me write you a hail policy on your nice corn, in the Old Reliable St. Paul Fire And Marine. R. C. WILSON. - D. R. Brownsville, of St Paul, Minn, has been in the county for the past week adjusting and settling hail losses for the relia ble St. Paul and says he Has set tled 61 losses for the two storms of 26th and 30th of June. Their losses for the season will amount to over 20.000.00 in . Trego county, all for which they pay cash. - Mr. Roy Hammett of Wa-Keeney came up Sunday morning in his new Ford auto to visit Bert Griffe and the Minteer family. Tuesday afternoon he returned home, and Bert accompanied him. t Bert returned on 101 Wed nesday morning. . He reports most of. the wheat cut, east of Oakley a very good crop and an exceptionally fine prospect for corn. Winonia News. In this issue will be found the advertisment of the Brundage and Fisher Amusement ,Co., the people who furnish the carnival attractions for the big street fair here next week. , This will be the biggest show every exhibited" in this county and with favorable weather Wa-Keeney will no doubt be crowded with people from July ,28th to August 1st which are the dates of the car nival. Bring the family and take in the sights. Last- Monday afternoon our good friend, John Biehler, who lives near Bosna, had the mis fortune to fall beneath a mowing machine and have his shoulder very badly wrenched and one thumb cut off. He had a narrow escape from a life long injury or even death itself, and his many friends are glad that he escaped as well as ne did. .Dr.. VV. Y tterricn attended to nis injuries and he is doing as well as could be expected under the circum stances. Last Wednesday evening the quartette from the Presbyterian College of Emporia gave their entertainment at the Court House under the auspices of the young people of the Christian Endeavor. The entertainment was a very good one and the boys were good musicians. The bass solos were especially fine. After the entertainment the Christian Endeavor held a reception for them at the home of Mrs. I. T, Purcell. A house belonging to F. M Aluchmore, of Trego County, was struck by lightning 'lues day and pretty badly demolished The family was running to the cave at the time and Mr. Much more was knocked down the cave steps by the shock. How Much more pleasant it would have been to have gone to the cave at the first appearance of the storm Mr. Muchmore is recovering from the shock but thinks he could'nt have stood Muchmore Hill City New Era. On Tuesday evening Miss Lucy Courtright invited the following guests in to surprise her sister, Mrs. H. O. Gearhart, who cele brated her birthday anniversary-: Mesdames Morse, Porter, Cook, Williams, Keraus, - Spena and Givler. The surprise was com plete and the evening was de lightfully spent. Mrs. Gear- hart was the recipient of some very handsome gifts. Dainty refreshments were served, after which the guests departed wish mg Mrs. uearhart many happy returns of the day. In this issue will be found the announcement of Charles M. Bell of Franklin township for epresentative. Mr. Bell is one of the pioneer settlers of this county; he is a farmer and stock man, putting him in a place where he understands the needs of the farmer. He is a .well in formed man and takes a lively interest in any thing that per tains to the best welfare of the county. He is a man of wide acquaintance and is well liked by all who know him. He is conserv ative ana carer ul and a mam that the people can trust. He is in every way well qualified for the office to. which he aspires and in choosing him the people would not make a mistake, for he is well able to represent the people of this county in an able and satisfactory manner. Should he be nominated and elected the people of Trego county will in no wise regret having chosen him. A large assortment of Ladies Home Journal patterns in stock at Moores Cash Store. E. H. Barrett's Cash Store is giving away a pretty dish with every $1.00 cash purchase. CATARRH ru V rn IVHX Ely's Creak?. Balm Sure to Civ Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects tie diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives a-sray a Cold in the Head quicklv. Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Easy to use. Contains no icjnricna drngs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed: leiro Fiz"!, 50 cents at Prnpjiists or by in-iil. I-iqTul Cream Salzn for, use in aira:azcr.-j, 75 cents. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Wrrn SL. Nvr tor. GLEASON & MARSHALL- jtvncO PHONH 64. Before the arrival of fall goods we will close out at .very much reduced prices a lot of styles and brands of f shapes Mch we intend, to discontinue. - " - V v 1 jcs iftra Tiscs i - 1 .' ' rm-1" Miia;iaiifci Women's Shoes: - " :-V:"Men;8 Shoesl':. Women's $2.50 and $3.75 Patent UeathW, ' ' ".' n . XTc-v 7v a , q. Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes all good good ones $2.8o . . 49 Qn Women's $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 Gun Metal , . nf 3 11" " ' V II ' ; - Vici Kid " $175 Ien s $2-50 and $3.00 Shoes, broken in Women's $1.50 and $l.f5Vici Kid and - sizes ... . ... . .'. . . $2X. . Box Colt Blucher $1.35 M .e $2 0 Work Shoes-only-a f ew of , : Women's Oxfords in great variety and all these $1.65 at right-prices. " Men's $3.50 and $3.75 Qxfords, Tan,Pat: entand Gun Metal..1.... $2.85 Misses Shoes. , - " - Misses $2.00 Vici and Box Colt, good . . , ' , , School Shoes $1.65 Boys' and Youths' Shoes. Misses $1.50 and Vici Box Colt, good ' School Shoes $1.25 Boys' and Youths' $2.00 and $2.25 best" L- Misses $1.35 cheap Vici Shoe, sizes 12 School Shoes . . . $1.65 Misses $1-35 "and $i.50 'Oxford's Tan ' Boys' and Youths' $2.50 and $1.75 Shoes -' . and Patent.. $1.20 in a few sizes only...... $1.30 All these lines are more or less broken in sizes, but you can get almost any size in some of the lines. ,- r These are all bargains, but COME EARLY 5?dei first choice the last will be good Owing to lack of room we will also cut our stock of ready made Men's Suits at real bargain prices. These are all good quality and up-to-date styles. G-et a supply ahead in these lines while they last and get your money's worth. ' ; : Do it now Gleason & Marshall. Harvest Jubilee Street fair and Carnival. i L . WaKeeney Five days commencing Tuesday, July 28. Standard Mowers The lightest draft most substantial the market. and on mower Also Dump and Duck Rakes For sale at Hammett & Bacon's A full line of Hardware Binding Twine : . Paint and 6il ." , Sampson Windmills Sampson Pumps Edison Phonographs and Records. S. M.-HUTZELr B UTS AND SELLS -n 1 ' " ' Real Estate Leases Lands, Collects Rents, . Pays Taxes for. Non-Residents. '. . r Special Attention Given to Col-, " lections. . Correspondence Solicited. WA KEENEY KANSAS STANLEY1 Ml STRflff . LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR ILL C1U3 AK4W1SUISU WT JJB NIOHT. Office 'Phone 110 Residence 79 r With Howe & Larabee. Base MM Carnival Week. Cheyenne Wells vs Wa-Keeney. Thursday. Friday and Saturday Public Sale! I will sell at public sale at my farm 11 miles south and 2 miles west of Wa-Keeney and 15 miles straight north of Hansom, on " " Thursday, August 6th, 1908, the following described property, to-wit: - 8 Head of Horses and Mules consisting of one span of big mules 7 and 11 years old, weigh about 1200-lbs. each. ' One span of 4-year-old mules, well broke, weight about 900 lbs. each. One black horse 5 years old, weight about 1200 lbs. One bay mare 11 years old, weight about 1200 lbs. One gray mare 5 years old, weight about 1050 lbs. ' One saddle pony. 21 Head of Cattle consisting of 4 3-year-old cows with calves by side. 5 3-year-old cows will calve, this fall. 4 yearling heifers. 1 yearling steer. 1 good milk cow 7 years old. 1 Shorthorn bull 3 years old-,, 5 spring -and winter calves. . 21 Head of Hogs consisting of 3 brood sow si 1 grade O. T. C. boar. 17 pigs ten to twelve weeks old. high Farm - Machinery 1 feed wagon and rack, 1 spring ;wag on, 1 14 inch gang plow, 1 riding lister, 1 walking lister, 1 breaking plow, 2 riding cultivators, 1 drill,-1 2-section harrow, 1 double-rowed corn weeder, f 1 grindstone, 1 4 hole Marselles corn sheller and 8-horse power in good run ning order, 3 sets of work harness, 2 saddles, 3 kzen chickens. Some household furniture, and many other ar ticles too numerous to mention. - -- -s Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. Free lunch at noon. - TERMS All sums under $10 cash all sums over $10 nine monthsrtime at 6 per cent interest; 5 per cent discount for cash. ' M. W. Masox, Auctioneer; ' C GRANT BRONSON. W. J. Williams, Clerk. I: : .