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A. B., UQNES DR. A. R. TALB0TT, DENTIST. FHTS1CTAH AND SURQION. R'A-KiENEY , - - - . KANSAS. 1 STATE OF KANSAS, . TREGO COUNTY. "Whom It May Concern: J . - 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. ' Republican Party. . Graves. Banner. Philbrook. Presidential Elector, Case Broderick. Hoi ton. J. B. Dykes. Lebanon. J. W. Graybill. Newton. G. W. Lamb. Yates Center. Henry J. Monroe. Topeka. A. K. Moll. Olatbe. " B. W. M. Roe. Orenola. A. H. Skidmore. Columbus. " S. L. Tipton. Courtland. ' " K. R. Thorpe. Lakin. Justices ol Supreme Court. Alfred W. Benson. Ottawa. Henry P. Mason. Garden City. Clark A. Smtih. Cawker City. Judson S. West. Topeka. Governor. Cyrus Lelaud. Jr.. Troy. W. R. Stubbs. Lawrence. Lieutenant Governor. W. J. Fitzgerald. Dodire City. Secretary of State. Charles E. Denton. Attica. Auditor of State. James M. Nation. Erie. Treasurer o-f &tate. Mark Tully. Indepencence. Attorney General. Fred S. Jackson. Eureka. Al F. 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. . Frank J. Ryan. Leavenworth. Charles A. Ryker. Hutchinson. United States Senator. J. L. Bristow. Salina. Chester I. Lonsr. 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. Collyer. County Clerk. No nomination. County Treasurer. G. G. Marshal. Wa-Keeney. Register ol Deeds. JCo nomination, county Attorney. Herman Long, Wa-Keeney. John A. Nelson. Wa-Keeney. Probate Judge. A. S. Peacock. Wa-Keeney. SherilT. Theo Courtney. Banner. D. J. Wilson. Ellis. coronor. no nomination Superintendent Public Instruction. H. B. Eva Wa-Keeney. Surveyor. Hudson Harlan. Wa-Keeney. Clerk of the District court, o. E. Ridgway. Wa-Keeney. Commissioner 2nd District. W. Mattingly. Wa-Keeney. . " F. B. Walker, Wa-Keeney. 3rd " R. 15. Briggs. mica. Trustee County Kish School 1st District. C. C. Yetter. Ogallah. Trustee County High School 3rd District, Thomas O'Toole '. Banner. COLLYER TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee, no nomination. Clerk, no nominat ion. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct committeeman, no nomination. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no noiiiinaiicn. Trustee. Frank Straiiey, Arnold. Clerk. J. C. Vedrickson. Arnold. Treasurer. John Hoover, Utica. Precinct Committeeman. Otta Young. TJtiCii. GLENCOE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace. W. F. Cross, Ellis. Constable. John Herbert. Ellis. Trustee. George Glass. Ellis. Trustee. W. T. Clark. Ellis. Clerk. C. M. Loflin. Ellis. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct Committeeman, no nomination. OGALLAH TOWNSHIP TICKET. .Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee. J. C. Buchanan. Ogallan. i Clerk. J. G. Hixson. Ogallah. Treasurer, no nomination. Precinct Committeeman, C. D. Yetter, Ogallan. RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Justice of the Peace, no nomination. Constable, no nomination. Trustee. N. H. Gillln. Brownell. Clerk. Theo J ohnson. 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. Olathe. Governor. Jeremiah D. Botkin. Winfleld. 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 P. Freeks. Wichita. James M. Meek. Kansas City. Superintendent Public Instruction. Mrs. Ella S. Burton. Topeka. Superintendent of Insurance. Milton F. Belisle. Larned. State Printer. J. S. Cobb. Salina. -E. F. Hudson. Fredonia. Railroad Commissioner. Oscar O. Ayres. Olathe. Frank C. Fields. Pretty Prairie. Jeremiah E. Howard. Wichita. A. W. McVey. Hill City. Taylor Riddle. Marion. United States Senator. Hugh P. Farrelly. Chanute. Congressman Sixth District. John R. Connelly, Colby. W. S. Fleming. O'nerlin. State Senator 3!th District. Fred Robertson, At wood. Representative 104th District, J. J. Keraus. Wa-Keeney. County Clerk. W. N. Larabee. Wa-Keenney. County Treasurer, no nomination. Register of Deeds. Margaret Swiggtt. Wa-Keeney. County Attorney. Thomas F. Countryman. Wa-Keeney. Prooate Judge, no nomination. SheriiT. J. J. Drummond. Wa-Kocney. Coroner, no nomination. Superintendent Public Instruction. Hattie J. 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 till vacancy. Chas. R. Kirby. Collyer. COLL.TER TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee Clerk Treasurer ' Precinct committeeman, no nomination. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee. J. W. Lutters. Ransom. Clerk, no nomination. Treasurer. Theodore Haug. Ransom. Precinct committeeman, no nomination. glencoi Township. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee Clerk Treasurer " Precinct committeeman, no nomination. OGALLAH TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable Trustee " Clerk Treasurer ' " Precinct committeeman, no nomination. RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace, no nomination. Constable, Trustee Clerk Treasurer " " Precinct committeeman, no nomination. WA-KBBN1T TOWNSHIP. Justice of Peace. Walter F. S wiggett. Wa-Keeney. Constable. J. W. Davidson. Wa-Keeney. Trustee. H. B. Flyr. Wa-Keeney. Clerk. 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. c. P. Miller, Emporia. J. O. Smith. Leaven worth. - John c. Stratton. Hutchinson. A. c. Welch. Hugoton. Andrew Wintzen. Dearing. Charles Wright. Guilford. Justice of Supreme court, W. J. McMillen. Osage city. c. R. Mitchell. Geuda Springs. Myron P. Wilste, Hiawatha. Governor. Geortre Francis Hihner. concordia. Lieutenant Governor. M. G. Porter. Bopue. Secretary of State. Prank currv. Topeka. Auditor of State. F. S. Welsh. Newton. Treasurer of State. L. D. Barrett. Wichita. Attorney General. David Eider Crossley. clay center. Superintendent Public Instruction, Grace D. Brewer, Girard. Superintendent of Insurance. Fred M. Lutschg, Great Bend. State Printer, P. N". Firestone. Port Scott. Railroad commissioner. O. Beedy, chardon. D. c. Moore. Dodge city. " " Moses Whitcomb. Bronson. United States Senator. S. A. Smith. Winfleld. Prohibition Party. Presidential Elector. Marcus R. Beck tell. Macksville. Geortre P. Geer, Parker. . William P. Grisell. Ransom. Jesse Mack. Willis. John T. Nelson. Bloomington. , " James T. Oldham, El Dorado. Roswell P, Preston. Walnut. " " Volney Taylor, Predonia. William W. Wallace. Kansas city, David VV. Wilson. Oatville. Justice Supreme court. Robert W. Shaw, Ottawa. M. c. Werner. Alden. Reuben A. Williams, Kansas city. Governor. Alfred L. Hope. Abilene. , Lieutenant Governor. Alonzo L. Every. Hope. Secretary of State. George Avery. Nickerson. Auditor of State, Edmund A. Kennedy. Anthony. Treasurer of State. William Volkland. Bushton. Attorney General. W. Clyde Wolfe, Ellsworth. Superintendent Public Instruction, Elizabeth K. J. car penter, Oswego. Superintendent of Insurance, William E. M. Ousler, Wi chita. State Printer. Albert G. carruth. Overbrook. Railroad commissioner, Le-wis 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. 33. Glencoe Precinct, North School House District No. 11. Ogallah Precinct, Ogallah School House No. 3. Riverside Precinct, Allman School Houst 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. m. until six o'lock p. m. 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 July, 1908. W. N. LARABEE, County Clerk. Public Sale! i- 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 Ransom, on Thursday, August 6th, 1908, the following described property, to-wit: 8 Head of Horses and Mules consisting of one span of bigmulesTand 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 Hoes consisting of 3 brood sows. 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, 1 grindstone, 1 4 hole Marselles corn sheller.and Shorse power in good run ning order, 3 sets of work harness, 2 saddles, 3 dozen chickens. Some household furniture, and many other ar ticles too numerous to mention. , PUBLIC SALE! 5 Miles north-east of OGALLAH, two miles north of the Taber nacle, on the A. V. HIXON farm, commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m., I will offer at PUBLIC AUCTION, my entire outfit, consisting of everything on a well stocked farm. THURSDAY. August 6th. 14 Horses, 5 Colts. free lunch 1 span mares 6 yr. old, wt. 1500 with colts. 1 black mare 6 yr. old wt. 1400 1 3-yr. old mare, wt. 1350 1 bay mare 10 yr. old wt. 1150 1 sorrell mare, 6 yr, old, wt. 1100 1 span mules 3 yr. old, broke to work. 1 sorrell horse 3 yr. old, wt. 1000 1 sorrell horse 2 yr. old, wt. 1000. 2 1-yr. old mare calts. 1 trotter, Giffen stock. 1 brown mare and colt. 1 spring colt, weaned. 1 mare and colt. These horses are all desireable stock. 1 shire stallion, 5 yr, old, wt. 1850 the property of A. V. Hixon, will be sold on liberal terms. Thirty Five Head of Cattle 12 yr. old, reg. hereford bull. 12 head of first class milk cows, known to you all. 9 head of stock cows and heifers. 11 calves THIRTY-FIVE HEAD OF HOGS 22 one-hundred lbs. shoats. 2 brood sows and pigs. FARM MACHINERY 1 Mitchell wagon 1 wagon and hay rack 1 truck wagon 1 buggy 1 robinson surry. new. 1 header i with barges 2 binders, McCormick and Hodge 1 McCormick mower 1 lyster 1 two-rowed cultivator . 1 triple-geared grinder 2 four-disc gang plows 1 disc harrow 1 four section steel harrow 1 Superior drill 1 Fuller-Lee drill 1 pair 5-ton stock scales 4 sets work harness 1 set double buggy harness 1 set single buggy harness 1 saddle . 1 Delaval separater, 500 lbs. capacity farm machineay harness and all in fine shape 8 doz. pure blood ply mouth rock chickens, and all my household goods and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS: Nov. 1st 1908, with a privelege of extension. FRANK A. HOWE. Colonel Walter A.. Epplek, Auctioner. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. Free lunch at noon. I.' TERMS All sums under $10 cash; all sums over 10 nine months time at 6 per cent interest; 5 per cent discount for cash. - - M. W. Mason, Auctioneer. " GRANT BRONSON. W. J. Williams, Clerk. . Constipation causes headache, nausea, dizziness, languor, heart palpitation. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out of the system and at the same time it allays inflammation and stops irritation. Children like it. Sold by w. w. gibson. Permanently loeated at ELLIS -. - KANSAS Enxnire your time before you come by tualt. or telephone No. 140 Ellis, nnd then you will not be disappointed. State ns Bear as yon can when writing fov ap- . puintments about the amount of work you will have to do, and then I can save tlit time for you. Address Lock box 34, Ellis, Kans. Standard Mowers The lightest draft and most substantial mower on the market. Also Dump and Buck Rakes For sale at Hammett & Bacon's A full line of Hardware Binding Twine Paint and Oil Sampson Windmills Sampson Pumps Edison Phonographs and Records. Pickled pork at Baker's. made home lard at Pure Baker's. W. t. fcswiggett is making a specialty of carefully prepared abstracts. See him. K. ti. .Barrett's (Jash store is giving away a pretty dish with every $1.00 cash purchase For Sale 200 bushels of shell ed corn. Four miles south and 4 miles west of Wa-Keeney. Wm. Lessor. Lost A string of gold beads, Sunday. Finder leave at Hard man Lumber yard and receive reward. For .Sale Improved farm 2 miles south of town. Cheap if sold soon. M. W. Mason, Wa Keeney, Kans. Get Verbeck & Lucas' prices on lumber,, coal, stoves, paints, varnishes and building material They will save you money. For Rent 160 acres or more of improved land, 7 miles south west of Wa-Keeney, Kans. Pos session by 15th of July. Lou Sigler. "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me." J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. Bert 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. gibson. Let every voter remember that he has a public and private duty to perform next Tuesday, and that unless he performs that duty faithfully and to the best of his knowledge, he will have no right to complain if the men nominated are not such as he would like and the best available candidates. Don't fail to vote. . WEATHER REPORT. Maximum and minimum tem perature according to the gov ernment thermometer at Wa keeney for the week ending Wednesday noon. Max Min Thursdav - - 89 - - - 63 Fridav - - - 88 - - - 65 Saturday - - 91 - - - 69 Sunday - - 92 - - - 66 Monday - - 93 - - - 61 Tuesday - - 91 - - - 64 Wednesday - - 93 - - - 66 Up to noon to-day we had no rain since the 19th. 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. CRANK LINDSAY ES.A.M.D., . SURGEON OFFICE IN NEW BANK BUILDING. Office "Phone 63. WA-KEENEY - - - - KANSAS. DR. 0. F. B0HMAN, o Dent TT Orrica Hours; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. 12& 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? x Call on JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS C. D. YETTER NOTARY PUBLIC. Ogallah ------ Kansas. Your swearing attended to at reasonable rates. Blanks furnished. :R. H. BURNS:- I ESTATE AND NSURANGE. Agent for the Connecticut Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, Conn. A large list of lands to select from. Wa-Keeney - - Kan. M. I MHOS. AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. DR. S. HUFF MOUND VALLEY. KANSAS- THE WELL KNOWN CANCER SPECIALIST OF OVER THIRTY T BARS' EXPERIENCE Cancers and Tumors in all forms CURED without the use of Knife or Caustic. I GUARAN TEE A CURE in every case. CONSULTATION FREE. Letters of inquiry promptly answered,. B. F. BEVIS, VETERINARY SURGEON- Calls answered day or night. One-half mile southwest of town. WA-KEENEY KANSAS T. W. BUNDY WELL BORING Wells Bored, and Cased on Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed. Your Patronage Solicited. H. f. KLINE. REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTNG. J tnded In tliesum r-.f S5,000. NOTARY PDBLIC. Rents Collected and payment of Taxes for Non-Resideuts a Specialty. Large list of lands for sale at low prices an easy terms. WA-KEENEY, KANS., The Club Member A Monthly Magazine Pub lished for Women fcy Women. It contains these departments: Editorial, Schools and Colleges, The Club Woman, The W. K. D. C, The W. R. C, The D. A. R.j The Woman Who Votes, Notes and Bible Study, Children's Hour, Us Men, Among the Books. Send for sample copy to CLUB MEMBER PUBLISHING CO MP ANT Topeka, Kansas. Fresh pork at Baker's. Use DeWitt's Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills that are pleasant to take. Sold by w. W. GIBSON. .