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NOTICE' OF PRIMARY ELECTION.
V. V'STATE OF KANSAS, . TREGO COUNTY. To Whom It May Concern : . ' ' - . . 4 . I, the undersigned, County Clerk of the above-named county, have received a certified list of candidates for the various nomina tions to be made by each of the political parties of this state, and, in accordance with the provisions of law, I hereby publish so much thereof as is applicable to this county and I have added thereto the names and addresses of the candidates for nomination by the sev eral political parties as the same appear on file at my office. The following candidates for nominations of the "several parties, and their postoffice addresses, follow under their respective parties. x Republican Party. Presidential Elector. Case Broderick. Holton. . ' J. B. Dykes. Lebanon. - J. W. Gray bill. Newton. " G. W. Lamb. Yates Center. I Henry J. Monroe. Topeka. I . " " A. K. Moll. Olatbe. lf, " " R. W. M. Roe. Grenola. I. , " " A. H. Skidmore, Columbus. I " S. L. Tipton. Courtland. a " " E. R. Thorpe. La kin. Justices of Supreme Court. Alfred W. Benson. Ottawa. - " ' " Henry P. Mason. Garden City. ' ' " Clark A. Smtih. Cawker City. A " " " Judson S. West. Topeka. i Governor. Cyrus Lelaud. Jr.. Troy. n ' W. R. Stubbs. Lawrence. ' Lieutenant Governor. W. J. Pitzeerald. Dodsre City, r ' Secretary of State. Charles E. Denton. Attica. Auditor of State. James M. Nation. Erie. Treasurer of State. Mark Tully. Indepencence. .Attorney General. Fred S. Jackson. Eureka. Al P. Williams. Columbus. Superintendent Public Instruction. Edward T. Fiarchilds. Ellsworth. Superintendent Insurance. Charles W. Barnes. Osage City. . State Printer. W. C. Austin. Stronsr City. Thomas A. McNeal. Topeka. " " Albert T, Reed. Topeka. Railroad Commissioner. George W. Kanavel. Sedgwick. ' Prank J. Ryan. Leavenworth. " " Charles A. Kyker. Hutchinson. tTnited States Senator. J. L. Bristow. Salina. Chester I. Lonir, Medicine Lodge. Congressman Sixth District, W. B. Ham. Stockton. William A. Reeder. Logan. State Senator 39th District. A. B. Jones. Wa-Keeney. William Wells. Hill City. Representative 104th District. C. M. Bell. mica. " " J. H. Deatrich. Cpllyer. -County Clerk. No nomination. County Treasurer. G. G. Marshal. Wa-Keeney. Register of Deeds. No nomination. xunty Attorney, Herman Long. Wa-Keeney. John A. Nelson. Wa-Keeney. Probate Judpe. A. S. Peacock. Wa-Keeney. SnerilT. Theo Courtney. Banner. D. J. Wilson. Ellis, coronor. no nominationl Superintendent Public Instruction. H. B. Graves. Banner. Eva L. Philbrook. Wa-Keeney. . , Purveyor. Hudson Harlan. Wa-Keeney. Clerk of the District court, c. E. Ridgway. Wa-Keeney. Commissioner 2nd District, W. Mattingly, Wa-Keeney. P. B. Walker. Wa-Keeney. " 3rd " R. B. Briggs. TTtica. Trustee County High School 1st District. C. C. Yetter. Ogallah. Trustee County High School 3rdDistrict, Thomas O'Toole Banner. COLLYER TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee, no nomination. -Clerk, no nomination. I'i Treasurer, no nomination. . Precinct committeeman, no nomination. ;'j FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP TICKET. jf . Justice of the Peace, no nomination. !,( Constable, no nominaiicn. y Trustee. Frank Strailey. Arnold, fj Clerk, J. C. Vedrickson. Arnold. Y Treasurer. John Hoover. tJtica. ,!' . Precinct Committeeman,'Ott Youngi TJtie GLENCOE TOWNSHIP" TICKET, " "'.'' Justice of the Peace. W. F. Cross. Ellis. Constable. John Herbert. Ellis. - Trustee. George Glass. Ellis. , T.-ustee. W. T. Clark. Ellis. Cl,erk. C. M. Loflin. jaiis. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct Committeeman, no nomination. OGALLAH TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee. J. C. Buchanan. Ogallan. Clerk. J. G. Hixson. Ogallan. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct Committeeman. C. D. Yetter. Ogallan. RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee. N. H. Gimn. Brownell. Clerk. Theo Johnson. Ellis. . Treasurer. E. M. Wagoner. Ellis. Precinct Committeeman. Elihu W. Allman. Brownell. WA-KEENEY TOWNSHIP TTKCET. Justice of the Peace. Joshua Groft. Wa-Keeney. A. T. Greenwood. Constable, no nomination. Trustee. L C. Brown. 'Wa-Keeney. - Clerk, no nomination. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct Committeeman, no nomination. WILLCOX TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace. Joseph Jackson. Ransom. Constable. T. G. Butts. Wa-Keeney. Constable. George Deines. Wa-Keeney. Trustee. H. E. Welch. Ransom. Clerk. C. E. Holmes. Ransom. Treasurer. O. J. Lyons. Ransom. Precinct Committeeman, no nomination. - Democratic Party. Presidential Elector. Arthur E. Asher. Hutchinson. Everard Bierer. Hiawatha. , Fred C. Flory. Howard. George W. Glick. Atchison. J. W. Howe. Abilene. ' " George H. Macthette. McPherson. " " Reginald Herber Meade. Great Bend. W. P. Morris. Marion. John B. Rea. Mankato. T. J. Sweeney. Lawrence. Justice of Supreme Court. A. E. Helm. Wichita. " "' Joseph P. Rossiter. Cofleyville. " " " Edward P. Sapp, Galena. . " " " Isaac O. Pickering. Olatbe. Governor. Jeremiah D. Botkin. Wintield. Russell J. Harrison. Selden. " W. H. Ryan. Girard. Lieutenant Governor. Harry McMillan, Minneapolis. Secretary of State. Willis H. Kemper. Topeka. Treasurer of State. Conway Marshall. Garnett. Auditor of State. Louis D. Eppinger. Burlington. Attorney General. George F. Freeks. Wichita. James M. Meek. Kansas City. Superintendent Public Instruction. Mrs. Ella S. Burton. Topeka. Superintendent of Insurance. Milton F. Belisle. Lamed. State Printer, J. S. Cobb. Salina. E. F. Hudson. Predonia. Railroad Commissioner. Oscar O. Ayres, Ola the. " Frank C. Fields. Pretty Prairie. Jeremiah E. Howard. Wichita. A. W. McVey. Hill City. Taylor Riddle. Marlon. United States Senator. Hugh P. Farrelly. Chanute. Congressman Sixth District. John R. Connelly. Colby. W. S. Fleming. Oberlin. State Senator 39th District, Fred Robertson. Atwood. Representative 104tb District. J. J. Keraus. Wa-Keeney. County Clerk. W. N. Larabee. Wa-Keenney. County Treasurer, no nomination. Register of Deeds. Margaret S wigsett, Wa-Keeney. County Attorney. Thomas F. Countryman. Wa-Keeney. Probate Judge, no nomination. Sheriff. J. J. Drummond. Wa-Keeney. Coroner, no nomination. Superintendent Public Instruction. Hattie 3. Kirby. Collyer. Surveyor, no nomination. Clerk of the District Court, no nomination. Commissioner 2nd District, F. W. Hudson. Wa-Keeney. 3rd " H. H. Ehrichs. Collyer. Trustee County High School 2nd District. Geo. M. Ufford, Wa-Keeney. Trustee County High School 3rd District short term to fill vacaney, Chas. R. Kirby. Collyer. -; s COLLYER TOWSSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable " ' Trustee .... Clerk .... Treasurer Precinct committeeman, no nomination. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no Domination. , Constable .... - v Trustee. J. W. Lutters. Ransom. Clerk, no nomination. Treasurer, Theodore Haug. Ransom." Precinct committeeman, no nomination. GtescoB Township. . - Justice of Peace, no nomination. 'onstable , Trustee .... . Clerk Treasurer .... - Precinct committeeman, no nomination. OGALLAH TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee " " Clerk .... Treasurer " Precinct committeeman, no nomination. BirERsron TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable. Trustee Clerk Treasurer " Precinct committeeman, no nomination. WA-KEENEY TOWNSHIP. , Justice of Peace. Walter F. S wiggett. Wa-Keeney. Constable. J. W. Davidson. Wa-Keeney. Trustee. H. B. Flyr. Wa-Keeney. nerk. W. C. P. Rhoades. Wa-Keeney. Treasurer. E. Musseman. Wa-Keeney. Precinct committeeman, no nomination. WILLCOX TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee . .. .. Clerk Treasurer Precinct committeeman, no nomination. Socialist Party. Presidential Elector. S. D. Grimm. Concordia. Hanibal Turner Holcomb. Douglass. " ' c. P. Lee. Arkansas city. " " A. Rutgers Livingston. Hackberry. "t " c. F. Miller. Emporia. J. O. Smith. Leavenworth. " John c. Stratton. Hutchinson. " " A. c Welch. Hugoton. " " Andrew Wintzen, Dealing. " " Charles Wright. Guilford. Justice of Supreme court. W. J. McMillen. Osage city. c. R. Mitchell. Geuda Springs. Myron P. Wilste. Hiawatha. Governor, George Francis Hibner. Concordia. Lieutenant Governor. M. G. Porter. Bogue. Secretary of State. Frank curry. Topeka. Auditor of State. F- S. Welsh. Newton. Treasurer of State. L. D. Barrett. Wichita. Attorney General. David Elder Crossley. clay center. Superintendent Publio Instruction. Grace D. Brewer. Girard. Superintendent of Insurance. Fred M. Lutschg. Bend. State Printer. E. N. Firestone, Fort Scott. Railroad commissioner. C. Beedy. chardon. - " D. c. Moore. Dodge city. " Moses Whitcomb. Bronson. TTnited States Senator. S. A. Smith. Winfield. Great Prohibition Party. DR. A. R. TALBOTT, DENTIST. Permanently located at ELLIS - - KANSAS C2 .EnpiTo your time before you come by mail, or telephone No. 140 Ellis. sid then you will not be disappointed. State uai near as you c-lii when writing, for ap IHiititments about the amount of work you will have ti uo, and i htMt 1 can save the time for you. Adtlross Lock box 3, Ellis, Kaos. Presidential Elector. Marcus R. Becktell. Macksvilie, George F. Geer, Parker. " " William F. Grisell. Ransom. ". ' Jesse MaotavWillis. - . John T. Nelson. Bloomington. " James T. Oldham. El Dorado. Roswell P. Preston. Walnut. " " Volney Taylor. Fredonia. William W. Wallace. Kansas city. David W, Wilson. Oatville. Justice Supreme court, Robert W, Shaw. Ottawa. M. c. Werner. Alden. " . " fieuben A. Williams, Kansas city. GoverflOr.- Alfred L. Hope. Abilene. Lieutenant (iovornor. Alonzo L. Every. Hopei Secretary of State. George Avery. Nic'kerson Auditor of State, Edmund A. Kennedy. Anthony. Treasurer of State. William Volkland. BnsTiton, Attorney General. W. Clyde Wolfe. Ellsworth. Superintendent Public Instruction, EllzabetH K. 3. Car penter. Oswego. Superintendent of Insurance, William E. M. fjdsler, Wi chita. State Printer. Albert G. carruth. Overbrook. " -Railroad commissioner. Lewis A. Benson, clay center". Joseph M. Laird. Harper. Henry Roelfs. Bushton. United States Senator, Ernest G. Shouse, Parsons. Pursuant to the foregoing, I hereby give notice that a primary election will be held on the 4th day of August, 1908, at which time candidates from the above list may be nominated by the various political parties of this state on their several tickets, and that the said primary election will be held at the usual polling places of this county, to-wit;" Adair Precinct, Adair School House District No. 18. Banner Precinct, Banner Postoffice. Collyer Precinct, Collyer. Franklin Precinct, Young's School House District No. 83. Glencoe Precinct, North School House District No. 11. Ogallah Precinct, Ogallah ScfrOol House No. 3. Riverside Precinct, Allman ."School House District No. 39. Wa-Keeney Precinct, Wa-Keeney Court House. Willcox' Precinct, Willcox School House Distriet No. 29. The hours of voting in all precincts in cities of the first class are from six o'clock a. Xtt, orttil si: o'locls p, to. In all other voting' places the polls will be opened at eight o'clock a. m. and closed at six o'clock p. m. Done at my office in the city of Wa-Keeney, county of Trego, Kansas, this 11th day of JtflylSC.- M, .ARABEE, County Clerk. Not how many acres of wheat but how many bushels to the the acres is to be the "slogan" for the next few years if the Kansaa State Agricultural Col is to have its way. And so on Saturday afternoon, August 1, irom 2 to 4 oclock. every farmers' institute in Kansas is asked to hold a meeting to talk over methods of getting more wheat 'from each acre. Every county institute president is ask ed to arrange for meetings at every village and town in this county just informal confer ences. Leaders may be appoint ed to arrange for halls and to start the meetings. The Far Ea rners' Institute Department wants conferences to be largely ""experience": meetings getting at the best methods of the best wheat Farmers of Kansas. And so it is hoped that on Sat urday afternoon, August 1, from from 2 to 4 o'clock, there may be several hundred of these wheat ""conferences" in this great -wheat state, looking for better methods and to better seed. Several meetings will no doubt be held in this county. Litera ture on the subject is being sent -out to all who ask for it. Ad dress all inquiries for literature to the Farmers Institute Dep artment, Manhattan, Kan. When X have crossed the Great Divide and laid my burdens down, I care not if I have to ride m any hearse in town. I would not ask the villiage band to play the "March in Saul," no speaker needs to take a hand virtues to recall; I don't suppose I'd care a cent, when I'm in Dead Man's town about the style of monu ment that's put to hold me down. It takes a whaling pile of rocks a funeral to give; Id rather have the stuff that knocks to blow in while I " live. Walt Mason Emporia Gazette. in Rev. H. P. Mann of Phillips burg last week had a very com plimentary letter in the Dispatch thanking Congressman Reeder for his efforts in getting a special act through congress giving Mr. Mann a pension of $30 a month. Rev. Mann is a veteran of the Mexician war. He is the father of C. E. Mann, editor of the Downs News, and we are won dering if Charlie doesn't occas ionally feel a little mean as he pens his unfair and bitter attacks on Mr. Reeder. At the time Congressman Reeder was work ing hard to get the pension for the old soldiers, the latter's son was busy making bitter warfare on the benefactor. There isn't much gratitude in politics. Osborne Farmer. wrought: Publice Sale State of Mis souri, County of Pike. To whom it may concern: The undersign ed will on Tuesday, September 29, A. D. 1849, sell at public out cry, for cash, on prmises where Coon creek crosses the old Mis souri road, the following chatties to-wit: Six yoke of oxen, with yoke and chains; 2 wagons with beds, 3 nigger wenches, 4 buck niggers, 3 nigger boys, 2 prairie plows, 23 steel traps, l'bbl. pick led cabbage, one hogshead tobac co, 1 lot nigger hose, 1 spinning wheel, 1 loom, 3 fox hounds, a lot of coon, mink and skunk skins and other articles. Am gwineto California. JOHN DOE. R. Jones, Cryer. Free headcheese, apples and hard cider. For Sale Cheap, one 24-horse cower Port Hnnffbr tr3i-ntr! ot'lviv-s necessary t6gv I The following unique sale bill, '. plete relief. Kodol is sol6Tb,J"0n from the Marine Tele W. GIBSON. ' '-was recntly discovered at 'H iMo., and gives an idea 4 , : . v . , Mihat 58 years has Wamego Times: A successful man once said to me: "When people began to knock on you take courage. You are cutting some ice." There is a good deal in it. The man who just floats along with the tide and bumps into no one attracts no attention. But the man who gets .out and. hustles and fights for fame and fortune and crosses swords with somebody, the clash of steel lights the fires of enmity. I have tried the"plan of pacifying and turning the other cheek, and I have generally have got it in the neck. But I noticed that when I stood out for what was right and fair and put some iron in my blood I most frequently got what I was after, even if the other fellow did go out and use his hammer on my shinning pil lars of popularity. Look around your neighborhood at the suc cessful ones in business and pol itics. There are always smarter fellows snapping at your heels. The fellows who have succeeded where other have failed make enemies, but the snappers are in the minority. Just contrast to the army of tried and true friends who come at the beck and call of those who have won success honestly. You are not a failure because people knock on you. Harvey county is being worked by a very clever insurance graft er and we repri nt the following from tne Sedgwick Pantagraph as a warning to the farmers of this vicinity. In taking out in surance, as in buying merchan dise, it is always the best plan to do business with our own cit izens. The article is as follows. A smooth grafter, a man about sixty years of age, worked this locality last week. He registered here under the name of D. D. Dows, and clained to be insuring threshing machines. He insur ed Jim Cooper's outfit got $S.OO and promised to have the com pany forward the policy. Jim is out of the 8.00 and is still waiting for the policy. It is said that he did quit a business with ma chine men soutn of Halstead. So far as known Cooper is the only man here that 'insured." But he is not the only man stuck. The "agent" left a $6.00 board bill unpaid and Landlord Frasier who treated his guests fine, even carrying lemonade to -his room, would Uike to meet him a few minutes. He thinks he. could get $6.00 of satisfaction out of him. Jim Ogan is also 14.50 short for livery rigs furnished the philanthopisb to protect the threshing machine men. Mr. Ogan not only furnished the rigs but paid for a feed bill at Newton as the last heard of the grafter wsa at Welsh's barn at Newton, where he left Mr. Ogan's rig. Jim went up after the rig, paid the feed bill, looked around for the grafter, but failed to find him. The grafter, at times claimed to be representing a Wichita insurance company, and at other times his company was located at St. Louis. He will- no doubt try his graft in other towns in the state, so exchanges will do well to show him up be fore he gets in his work. He registers from Ellsworth. Kansas City Market Report. Kansas City Stock Yards, Tues day, July 21, 1908. The break in cattle prices last week cut down the supply yes terday and to-day at all the mar kets nearly a third as compared with same day last week- Run was over 14,000 here yesterday, and supply is 12,000 to-day mar ket strong to 10 higher yesterday mostly on stock cattle and she stuff, and prices are five to fif teen higher to-day, steers selling strongest .to day, Jtullers were in a most passimistic-mood last week, attributed to light orders for meats account of hot weath er, 'iney were counting on a heavy run this week, believing the marketing of grass cattle ebuld not be controlled or re stricted from this time on, as few will concede that there is going to be any shortage on grass cattle. As long as receipts are moderate sales-men will have the advantage, but buyers will take advantage of any heavy runs and the keen edge is soon worn off the market on moderate runs. No prime fed steers have been here for ten days, some good steers today at $5.00 to $5.60, grass cowa $2.50 to $3.75, fed cows $4.50heifers $6.00, bulls $2.40 to $4.00. Veals are higher again this week, after a good ad vance last week, tops $6.00. Stockers and feeders remained about steady last week, with the movement to the country largest of the summer, nearly -300 cars. Market on country grades is stronger this week, stockers $3. 00 to $4.60, feeders $4.00 to $4.90. The run of quarantine cattle is moderate this week, and so far in July is a tnird smaller than corresponding time last July. The hog run i considerable short of this a year ago, and al though prices are 60 cents high er than at this time last year, buyers are fighting hard for re ductions, and have been success ful yesterday and today. Run is 12,000 here today market 5 to 10 lower, top $6.57 1-2, bulk $6.35 to $6.50. Heavy hogs still lead in price, account of the very small number included in re ceipts. Pigs sell good at $5.25 to .$5.75. In spite of protesta tions of buyers, it is believed that better prices will be paid later in the week. The mutton market has taken a turn downward this week, af ter reaching the highest point of the summer at the close of the last week. The run is heavier this week, 7000 here to-day, and the small runs lately have been main source of strength. While the markets appears healthy, prices will depend on volume of the supply. Spring lambs bring up to $6.00, weathers and ewes $3.90 to $4.50, feeding sheep $3. 00 to $3.85, feeding lambs $4.00 to $5.00. J. A. Rick art, L. S. Correspondent. For Sale I have a J. I. Case separator three years in use, feeder, weigher and blower, or wind stacker. - A little repairing will put it m good running shape. I will give good terms. My price is $200. Jesse C. Kessler, Coll yer, Kans. Fresh Pork at Baker's. A. B. UONES. PHT81CIAN AND SURGEON. VVA-KKKN KY - KANSAS. CRANK LI SOS AY B. A. M. D-, .. SURGEON OFFICE IN NEW BANK BUI LOIN 3. Office 'Phone S3. WA-KEENEY . - - , - KANSAS. DR. 0. F. B0HMAN, o n ENT IST Office Hocus; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. rry-Office two doors south of the Postoffice. Do, you want a loan? Do you want to sell your land? Do you want to buy land at a bargain? Call on JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY KANSAS C. D. YETTER NOTARY PUBLIC. Ogallah Kansas. Your swearing attended to at reasonable rates. Blanks furnished. sR. H; BURNS:- m mm md insuge. Agent for the Connecticut Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, Conn. A large list of lands to select from. Wa-Keeney - - Kan. M. If. Mil S 0 1 AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. PR, 3, HUFF MOUND VALLEY. KANSAS- WELL KNOWN CANCER SPECIALIST OF OVER THIRTY TEAKS' EXPERIENCE . Cancers and . 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