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y 30th Year. Subscription $l. Wa-Keeney. Kans.. August I, 1 908. H. S. Giv'er. Prop. Number 22 LUMBER, COAL, GRAIN ANNOUNCEMENTS. Pq vti nn 1 n r nonnl o Itcitto loavno'1 It o -f" I there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumber, and as we make quality our $ "long suit" yem 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 yoi might want from a lumber and coal yard. Estimates cheerfully figured. GOOD WEIGHTS P.ND GOOD PRICES CiVEH ..' I cii R! I1 Si FOR CO.N(JKESSMA'.' I am a candidate for the Kifrmblican nom ination for cuuLrrt'ssni:m of The, Sixth trict. In this not ic it is nor practiciible to st.itt; tlje me;:sar'S 1 beit've bat hope to tm able to state Mit-m publicly in ali p.irtso tu district bet'we-en this and August -iUi. next. W. B. U AM. Stockton, Kansas. F'i.'t STATE SENATOR. 1 hereby nr.mnin ru ni vcl f s u cam for State Senator in Hi. Sen a tori irit't of Kans is. snhjt -ft to the p:v tb llepubiicaii aitriy A. BJuN FOR STATE SENATOR. I hereby annou me i; vst I f a cant hi:: St nator in tin- ;Rttt Sc-:i:itri;i! i.sirU Kansas, suhjrt t' ri" will of the Kep can voters of Lite Iistii;t. WM. WELLS :tl ES- lore Kot;seveit." J. U. The Hardman Lumber Co., WA-KEENEY. KANSAS. The Wa-Keeney State Bank 1908-1885, we are 23 years old A 1 1 We have $25,000 Capital. g We have $25,000 Surplus. 1 we do a general banking business, i j we rent Safety deposit boxes. i I we seii 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 ana" Tubular Cream Separators. il Hail insuronce Grain FOR COUNTY SL'PEK1TE.IET. ; Wo are aut!ior;z"1 t :ui nyli rice the r. ;ll:e . of Miss F.vil I,. l'l:i!:br.ok as 'i c:t li'lld:: T e for county superir.ienueiil. subject to il uecisiou of the Kep:;b: iean parly at the j mary August 4lh. ; FOkt COUSTY sl'i'KINTESCi:.T. j I hereby an ;-.ou nee myself a eaiKiiuate for i the oflice of County Suijerintendeni of Pub- ; 1 ie 1 nstruet ion of TtefiO ri.nta v subject to; 1 he tleeision of tlie Republican voters at thei August 4th primary, i II. H. CRAVES. j FOIE RKIMt E.-: ENTATIYE. ; .T. H Deatricii .filliorizes lis to announce ' t hat he is a cami i.l.; te for t he ofaee of K-p-! resentativ of Tivl'o county subject totno j Decision ot ile Kepubtiean voters at tl August prlnmry. "1 rtan! near pol ieles of Tl lJeatrich. At the solicitation of many friends I con sented to make the r;ice fur representative, hoping that the eon test on the -iLh of Auaust may be settled satisfactorily li v t he voters. I am yours truly. cHAKLEi; M. HELL. ' FOR SnEUIFF. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomi na t ion of sherilf of Trefjo county subject to t he Uecision of the party vote in the Anirusr primary. Theodore i.'ocktnet. for sheriff. We are authorized t.o announce. Miat J. J . Drumtnonrl will be a. candidate fin re-election for Slieri rt' of Trejro county suttject to the decision of the nemocratic voters at tbo primary August 4. 1'JtiS. SHERIFF Wo are authorized to announce the riame of J. .T. Wilson, of Gleneoe. towusliip. as a candidate before the Republican primary to beheld August 4, WOS. for Sheriff of Trego county. COCSTT ATTORNEY. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for 1 lie office of County attorney of Trejzo county subject to the decision of the Repub lican primary Aueust 4. 1!'0H. JOHN A. NELSON". came into the room he came di rect to Sir. Reeder and taking him by the hand said: "I wish to congratulate you noon the splendid fight you made on the Mondeli 320-aere Homestead bill and rJso for its ultimate defeat. By defeating this bill you saved me the tremble of vetoing it." This was &aid in a voice loud enough for all who were in the room to hear. The president clearly indicated that Mr. Reed er is one of the men upon whom lie is depending to assist in car rying out what is known as the "Roosevelt Public Land Policy." (Signed) R. M. Cayvthorx, County Sunt. Jewell County. The people of Trego county know Dr. Jones and have known him for 20 years. They know that his professional services have always beenatthecommand of friend and foe, rich and poor alike.rfegardlessof compensation. They know that he rides on pass es and that the poor and needy have the benefit of the same. Knowing this, they have sent him to the legislature time and again be.cause they also know that Dr. Jones can not be bought, sold or traded at any price by any per son or corporation. They know that he has worked and will work for measures of prctical benefit to the people of western Kansas instead of working for political advertising. They know that as fighter he fights fair and never attempts to decieve voters, and they also know that he has not always received like treatment in. They invite the voters of other counties to join with them in send ing Dr. Jones to the state senate, fully confident that they will nev er have occasion to regret it. The man who. grows wheat pays ten to twelve cents freight on evei-5T bushel of it from Wa Keeney to Kansas City. Western coal sells here at eight to nine dol lars per ton and more than half of this sum is freight charges from Denver to Wa-Keeney. Every man, woman and child in this sen atorial district is vitally interes ted in freight rates while not one person in ten cares a whoop whether the passenger fare is one cent or live cent per mile. Freight rates affect every meal we eat, every stich we wear, every pound of merchnadise or produce we buy or sell, every day in the year. A large majority of the people do not pay car fare one day in a hundred. Common sense and self interest, then, would dic tate a vote for Dr. Jones who has worked and who will continue to work, for reduced freight rates, rather than to vote for the man whose principal plea for prefer ence is his vote for reduced pass enger fares, which were not se cured without the vote of Dr. Jones. Vote for Jones. H - J. HILLE. PJESIDE.VT W. G. BA ?. VICE FES.OS vr A. H- BLAIR, CASHIER - c. r.'hille, asst. CASHIEU Capital, $25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK GENERAL BANKING Wa-Keksey. IvA'SA3. DIRECTORS. V. J. CKELTCN H J. HILLE W. Q BAKER F. 3. D ' A. H BLAIR ! In wearing jewelry you should get the best. Why rot? You don't have to wearthe cheap stuff do you? There is no economy in that. The fact is you buy two cheap pieces of jewelry to one good one, and the probability is you pay i:iot e for the two than one gcod piece costs. More than that in cheap jewelry you are deprived of the very thing you want style and good looks. These you got in full measure in our our quality of goods. Our jewelry is a real investment, not a speculation. The returns are certain. u W. E. CKfiBILL, WftTCft MftKEf? JBWBLGK WHERE QUALITY COUNTS. A Statement of Facts. O. D. YETTER, Manager. 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. Take Kodol today and continue it for the . short time that is necessary to give com plete relief. Kodol is sold by w. W. GIBSON. 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 purchase. See the new dishes and cut glass at the Book Store. The opposition to Reeder are depending on securing votes against him by circulating false statements. For instance, they have industriously circulated a statement that Speaker Cannon controls Reeder's vote. This is wholly false. Reeder organized the house and defeated the Joint Statehood proposition which Mr. Cannon tried hard to line him up on, and this is the only proposi tion upon which the speaker ever requested his vote. Reeder's opponents are working over time asserting that he is not fav orable to Roosevelt policies as you will see one instance of be low: Mankato, Kans., July 23, 1908. To whom it may concern. While visiting in Washington, D. C, a few months ago, I had the honor of meeting with our congressman, W. A. Reeder. Mr. Reeder took some pains to show me around the city and make me acquainted with points of interest that any traveler might naturally want to see. He asked me if I would like to visit the White House and meet Mr. Roosevelt. This of course, was a privilege and an honor that no man would overlook or refuse if given a chance of meeting the president of the United States. When we arrived at the White House we were shown into the cabinet room along with others who had called to see the presi dent. As soon as the president The Brundage & Fisher amuse ment company have been making things lively for the people in town this week, and for the peo ple from the country as well. In so far as we are able to learn, the amusements are clean, decent and unbbjectional. The usual rough and disagreeable elements that follow such forms of entertain ments are entirely lacking and every thing is conducted in an orderly and pleasing manner. The Merry-go-round, Ferris wheel, Movingpicturesand train dogs and pony, are well patio nized, and the people all seem well pleased, in fact the Brun dage & Fisher amusement com pany is all-together the best of its kind that has ever visited Wa Keeney. A Merry Marriage. 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. o eae $126. A jolly wedding took place in Wa-Keeney last Wednesday even ing at which Frank M. Kelly, of Ellis, Kan. and Mamie P. Doyle, of Kansas City, Mo. were the prin cipal actors. Thinking to sur prise their Ellis friends and evade their onslaughts they came up on No. 3 and ran right into about as jolly a bunch as they are like ly to meet in this low vale of tears. Although these events were not on the advertised program for carnival week there had been two weddings already that day at the office of Probate Judge Peacock and the balmy night air seemed to be full of cunnubial contagion. While the anxious couple were hunting the proper officer the tip passed around to the carnival crowd and when the office door was opened, in walked the self invited guests to witness the cer emoney and wish Mr. and Mrs. Kelly the longest, happiest life possible on earth: Misses Stella and Julia Blair, Margaret Swig gett, Hattie, Ruby and Bessie Larrabee, Mattie Mc Morris, GeorgiaMoore.Edna Gluick,Shir ley Fox, and Faith Wonner. Mes srs. J. C. Kirkner, C. R. Hille, Rav Gleason, Ray Nelson, C. E. Ridgway, Gilbert MoreU, C. B. Kelly, G. L. Hays, S. J. Straw, and W. L. Larrabee. Also Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Larrabee, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Peacock and Mrs. J. J. Keraus. To the best wishes of these new found friends, the WORLD adds heartiest congrat ulations. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will make their home at Ellis where he has a prosperous restaurant busi ness. It's the srrocer's sr;oods marked Lee that sell quickly. 8 1-tf. emaiw i 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 $141 40 Teachers Ernst T. Pihlbiad Lindsborg, Kansas. 936 Students Look At The Following Snaps ! ! ! Take Your Choice ! ! ! 1 . North half of northeast quarter 34-12-21 (80 acres), 38 acres in cultivation, 59 acres nice, smooth upland, 12 to 15 acres bottom, balance good pasture land. Seven miles soutnwesc oi vva Keeney Price, $750.00 5 North half of southeast auarter 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 31-11-22, 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, $1600.00 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. Wft-KEENEY M. HUTZEL, KiiNSfiS FORD AUTOMOBILES. THE BEST MACHINE MADE. J. W. SPENA, Agent.