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Mi f That hacking Because vour your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scoff j- Emzzlsion. It builds up and strengthens your entire system. It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it 13 easy to take and easy to digest. AU. DKUCCISTSj Kansas City Market Report. Kansas City Stock Yards, August 4, 1908. The cattle market remains unsatisfactory to sellers, the moderate decline of last week in spite of the small supply being followed yesterday and to-day with weak to ten lower markets each day. Run "is heavier this week, 18,000 yesterday and 12, ,000 here today, including 5000 calves in the two days, and while that is not above normal for this season, the meat trade is in bad condition, and hot weather is against any improvement. An other thing the movement of range steers from the Northwest to Chicago is heavy, and these cattle complete directly with meduim grades from Native ter ritory. The run of quarantine cattle at the River markets is growing smaller, and cuts less figure in the general trade than it did in July. Best fed steers are called steady with a week ago, but fancy prices seem to have been eliminated, top yes terday $7. 23, best steers here today at $6.85. Medium to good weight grass steers make up bulk of the surmlv. and sell at. $4.00 to $5. 50, grass cows $2.75 to $3 40, mainly good cows up to $4.50 and heifers $5.75, bulls at $2.40 to 3.50. veals st.rono- 1-0- cently but a quarter lower today, tops $6.00. Dry weather in diff erent sections of the country, and uncertainty as to the out come of the corn crop, although prospects are generally favora ble for a good crop, are causing a weak demand for stock and feeding cattle. Present prices are low for the season 10 to 25 cents below a week ago, stockers an S3.uu to $4.25, feeders $3.75 to $4.50, stock cows and heifers $2.50 to $3.25. The hog market made a good gain last week, but buyers broke the market 10 to 20 cents yester day, on the basis of the bad con dition of provision market, steady on most sales; but' a few nogs sold early at strong to live higher prices, top $6.80, bulk $6.50 to $6.75. Buyers play ed a waiting game to day, but activity of shippers forced them into the competition. Heaviest still lead and there is more grassy hogs each week, with buyers becoming more expert. Muttom markets were strong er all of last week; but some loss was suffered both yesterday and today. The run today is 7000 head, market steady to 10 lower, although spring lamb brought $6. 35 today highest price in sev eral weeks. Grass wethers are worth $4.25 to $4.50, ewes $4.00 to $4.25, yearlings up to $5.00, stock and feeding sheep from the range country, which are be coming more plentiful each week $3.25 to $3.85. J. A. Rick art, L- S. Correspondent. The local paper in a Mississip pi town recently had occasion to describe a wedding, says Print ers Album. On the same day an article was published about two inpudent tramps who had visited the town. The new boy in the office managed to get the slugs mixed, with the following re sults: The bride entered on the right, escorted by her elder brother, who knocked, demand ing something to eat. She was beautifully gowned in a gray traveling costume; the groom, as is usual at such affairs, wore a ragged brown corduroy suit, soiled shirt and battered derby and was accompanied by a fierce looking bull-dog. Both were dirty and unkept. They left town in a side door sleeper of a local f rieght train followed by a shower of rice, old shoes and abundance of good wishes. If they should be caught here again they are likely to be roughly handled by a lot of indignant citizens. Exchange. There are many imitations of DeWitt's Carbolized "Witch Hazel oaive out just one original. Noth ing else is jusf as good. "Insist on De Witt's. It is cleansing cooling and soothing. Sold by w. W. GIBSON. Fresh Pork at Baker's. Subscribe for World. A cough continues vtm f -vTiMiitw1 smrl SOc. AND 1.0O 3 AFT A T T7 T T tm . m w ar - jr j . u. DlAKSnALL, COUNTY TREASURER, TREGO COUNTY, KANSAS. SHOWING BALANCE IN HIS HANDS FOR THE QUAUTER ENDING June 30, 1908. County Treasurer's Office. Wa- Keener. Kansas. April 7, 1908. f Fund Dr. Cr. 3.602 69 State General Revenue Tre(?o county general 3.057 83 Wa Keeney City Road School land interest School 1-tnd principal School land rent County school fund Normal Institute funds GO 00 Surveyor's tax High school Individual redemption County redemption Uudisliursed general tax Cash Account 18,259 73 Hunter's license state Assign ments 8.431 71 2.121 54 3 13 104 18 17 30 138 24 838 11 S03 11 107 10 331 48 Total $21,317 56 GENERAL REVENUE. Twp Dr. W a-Keeney City Ogalial Olencoe Riverside W a-Keeney Wllicox Col Iyer Franklin 810.191 29 Cr 72 94 197 74 203 19 80 30 451 7tt 73 12 159 31 26 29 Total $ ROAD TAX. Twp Dr Wa-Keeney City OKallah Glencoe Riverside Wa- Keeney Willcox...; Col Iyer Franklin S 1.273 63 Cr. 18 82 497 19 07 21 165 92 1.120 80 76 63 159 31 87 23 Total SCHOOL DI8T NO. 1 general 2 general 2 bond.. 3 general 4 general 4 bond 5 general 6 general 7 general 7 lond 8 general 8 bond 9 geueral 10 general 10 bond... 11 general 13 general 13 general 14 general 15 general 16 general 17 general 18 general 19 general 20 general 20 bond.-. 21 general 21 bond 22 general 23 bond 23 general.... 24 general 24 bond 25 general 26 geueral 2 bond 27 general 28 general 29 general 30 general... ... 30 bond 31 general.. 31 bond 33 general 32 Iwnd 33 general... ...... 33 bond 34 general 35 general 36 general 36 bond 37 general. , 38 general 38 bond 39 general , 39 bond 40 general , 40 bond.. ..- 41 general 41 bond. 42 general , 42 bond 43 general -., 44 general 44 bond 45 general 45 bond 46 general 46 bond 47 general 48 general , $2,223 09 Dr. Cr. il.llB 55 191 8' 3H0 25 126 78 136 39 130 114 89 84 96 176 23 101 37 74 68 211 B9 79 42 256 00 185 99 233 39 100 04 293 44 137 17 61 50 95 03 47 94 59 94 95 78 98 85 137 47 31 31 60 33 256 51 41 89 148 56 119 11 10 17 69 68 107 64 339 64 79 80 84 83 78 58 75 86 64 86 59 85 137 09 48 23 91 36 73 89 90 99 63 89 130 20 56 35 69 09 89 84 144 94 29 63 34 It 121 60 5 93 40 21 146 83 Total general. Total bond t304 58 1.046 71 21.377 50 21.377 50 Total credits Total debits State of Kansas. I Trego County, f I. G O. Marshall. Treasurer of Trego coun ty. Kansas, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. . G. G. MARSHALL. . Countv Treasurer. 1 Hkrkbt Cbrtift. that the foregoing statement was subscribed and sworn to be fore me, and In my presence, by the above named this 6th day of J a ne. 108. Attest: W. N. LARA BEE Lsiau-1 County Clerk. QUARTERLY REPORT Of the County Superintendent of Public In struction or xrego county. Kansas to the State Superintendent of Public In struction . -Quarter bes-lns March an ions nrt. t ...... 29. 1908. This reoort in rctnnireri rv unln. m School Laws of 1901. It should be transmit ed to the State Superintendent on fhe last Monday In March. June. Sentmnhnr and Hu. ceraber. The board of enanttMmmlinnm t bidden to order warrant for county superin tendent's salary until this report has been properly made and m ntnv tilMri wttk i... county clerk, and the above fact certified by the county superintendent to the board of county commissioners. I. i amber of district schools visited thi quarter, giving number of each district. rsone. !. Average length of time snnnt In actnal school inspection, 0. 3. Number of reports of such visits rnado to the district boards. 4. 4. dumber or consultations with district boards. 4. 5. Number of days office has been kent open at the county seat. 76. b. f umber of examinations of district clerk's records. 0. Give numhnrs of districts In which records are not kept ac cording to law. . Number of examinations of rtwt-i,- treasurer's records. . Give number ..f districts in whlfh rMinlfi m L ... cording to law. .8- number of teachers' meetings attended. 1. besides Normal Institute. . number of lectures delivered. None. 10. Is this office Klinnllw1 with .nlt.l.l. cords as acquired by the existing law. It Is. . uuiuer or cernncat.es granted, 0. Professional, nnnn Rvsst . .1.. . grade. 0; third grade, none. Temoorarv. 1. u. umber of certiorates uiulmsxl none. To the State Superintendent of Public lu- I hereby certify the above to be a correct statement of the work of this office in the matters herein reported, for the quarter end In ft this dav. Dated at Wa-Keeney this 29th day of June. 1908. SIRS. C. D. SMITH. , tJoonty Supt. I hereby certify the above to be a truo and correct copy of the report sntoraitted this day to State Superintendent Faircblld. Mliri. O. D. SMITH. County Supt. Commissioners Proceedings. Wi KBKn, KaSS. July 6th 1908. The Board of County Commis'rs of Trego County. Kansas, met to day in regular session at the office of the county clerk. There were present the following mem bers of the Board, to wit; Chairman. W. F. King. Commissioner. James Walsh, and the Deputy county clerk. Commissioner. G, W. Lynn not being present during the session. The Board remained in session during the sixth and seventh. During this session the following bills were audited and warrants drawn in favor of the parties to wit: O. H.Richard. Blacksmith repair work. ... .75 . D. Hobbick. part salary assessing Wa- Keeney Township 1908 90.00 Hard man Lumber Company. Lumber for bridges 90.25 L. S. Myerly. County assessor salarv 345.O0 C. E. Ridgway. Salary as clerk. District - court, for quarter less fees collected.. 96.67 A. Lopp. Hoeing in park C.75 J. R. Wilson. Storage barrel for boiler 1.00 Hurroturhft Aririinv Uihin '.- lnct.ll. r ment on Adding machine '. 187.00 J. w.jfnares. Trip to Saline nver with Board, and assisting at Board of equal ization 10.00 E. Christenson. Assessing part of Ogallah Township 48.00 F. B. Acre. Fee for surety bond 2.00 F. B. Acre. Overseeing poor of Collyer township for quarter s.oo H. E. Tripp. Hoeing in park 10.50 Mrs. T. R. Moore. Clothing for children of Chas. Brown 15.60 F. W. Bee vis. 10 Carolina poplars. 2.50 R. B. Briggs. part salary assessing Frank lin township 91.00 G. W. Marshall, repairing door lock .50 W. N. Larrabee. Sunrdy expenses for quarter 23.24 W. N. Larrabee. County clerk salary for quarter, less fee collected 187.20 A. B. Jones, salary for quarter, county health officer and physician 75.00 H. Harlan, salary as county surveyor for quarter 52.00 J. J. Kerans. sundry hardware, oil. ets.... 70.25 W. N. Larabee. salary for quarter as pur chasing agent 6.25 Hattie M. Larabee. salary as Deputy coun ty clerk : 50.00 Coughenour & Hartley. Mdse. for Richard son..... 30.00 Herman Long, salary for quarter as coun ty Attorner 175.00 Otto F. Meseke. hoeing in park 4.50 Thomas E. Lynch, cleaning chimneys 3.60 Joseph Inscho. waiting on Coffey & Rey nolds family 9.00 W. H. Trengrove. hoeing in park 5ro A. Lopp. " 4.so A. J Johnson. Bailiff district court 3.00 Hall Lithograph Co.. Sundry blanks for county offices 49 85 Trade Printing Co.. Envelope seals and sundries 9 00 Pipes Reed Book Co.. Trial Brief 7.50 Sam'l Dodsworth Book Co.. Sundry sup plies for county offices 23.65 Sam'l Dodsworth Book Co.. Sundry sup- p.ies for county offices 1.85 Crane ft Co.. Primary election supples 91.45 J. H. Acre. Part salary for assessing Wa- Keeney city 30.00 Mrs. '. D. Smith. Quarter salary as coun ty Superintendent 175.00 J. C. Kirkner. Salary Deputy county treas urer 75.00 G. G. Marshall. Salary as County Treas urer for quarter less fees collected. ...212.25 Mrs. C. D. Smith. Postage and sundries... 11.6 Star Grocery Co.. Coyote bounty 7.00 W. Walker. E. H. Borrett Joe Papes. A. R. McKinley W. L. Larrabee. W. F. Barber. R. L. Bailey. J. H. Zeman. " H. F. Osterkamp. John Loflin Scalp bounty Hammett A Baoon. " F. L. Purinton. .. .. E. Ludberg. " Frank Halbleib. " " W. H. Trott. . D. W. Curtis., . . " ' J. J. Kerans. .' .' Roy Rhule. " . . " W. I. Smith. J. J. Zeman A. W. Purinton. " Gleason A Marshall Trego co. S tate Bank. " " S. E. McCall. " Star Grocery Company " " F. C. WoUner. Jno. J. Harrisn. " E. F. Bryant. StarGrooery Company " J. C. Tidball. Theo. Courtney " ' H. S. Gilver. County Printing A Job work G. G. Marshall. Stamps aeeount for quar ter '., Wa-Keen eylndependent. County print ing and Job work Paul Huycke A Co.. Coyote bounty. . . . Wa-Keegan State Bank. Coyote bounty T. D. Hinshaw. Wnrb arwl Mi.i n 10.00 1.00 25.00 7.00 21.00 14.C0 7.00 79.00 4.00 24.00 10.00 3.00 8.00 8.00 5.00 7.00 76.00 68-00 8.00 5.00 7.00 22.00 25.00 2.00 7.00 14.00 9.00 1.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 51.15 7.35 71.62 5.00 4.00 Court house flues 4500 A. S. Peacock. Salary as Probate Judge for quarter less fees oollected 92.35 Wa-Keegan Independent. Treasurer's Final Notiee : 14 87 W. B. Cypher. Assessing Riverside town "h "--- 81.00 J. C. Buchanan. Assessing Ogallah town ahlp.... 129.00 F B. Acre, assessing CoUyer township . 180.00 J. G. Isenberg Salary for quarter janitor 90 00 W. F. King. Salary as County Commis sioner for quarter 36.00 James Walsh. Salary as County Com missioner for quarter 32.40 J, H. Niesley. Salary. Teachers Exami nation " - . 18.00 On motion the Board adjourned to meet July toth 1908. W. N. Larabee. County Clerk. By V. L. Larrabee. Deputy. Wi-KllsiT. Etna. July JO. 19O8 The Board Of County Commissioners of Trego County. Kansas, met to day at the office of the County Clerk, as per. adjournment of July 7th. The following members of the Board were present, to-wit: Chairman W. F. King. Com missioners Jas, Walsh and G, W. Lynn and the County) Clerk. The Board remained in session during the 20th. 21st. and 23d. taking a recess from day to day. The minutes of the Equalization meeting held on June 1. 2. 3. 4. and 5, were read and ap proved as read, as was also the adjourned ses sion of the Equalisation meeting held on June 15. and 16. The quarterly statement of the County Treasurer, and the quarterly report of the county Superintendent, were approved, as were also the fee bills of the County Treas urer. County Clerk. Clerk of the Court. Regis ter of Deeds. Probate Judge and Sheriff. In the matter of a petition presented by a number of householders of Collyer Township for a bridge across Big ICreek between sec tions M and 27 Township 12. Range 25. the Board consider this as coming under To wnship business, and advise that the matter be laid before the Trustees of Colyer's So wnship. In the matter of a petition presented bv a number af householders of the East Side of Trego County and the West Side of Ellis Coun ty, for a bridire across Saline River nn the county line, between Ellis and Trego counties. to oe ouut jointly oy tne two counties before mentioned, the Board instructs the County Clerk to correspond with the Clerk of Ellis county, as to tne action of the Elus County Board, so the matter can be taken up at a future date. In the matter of a reouest from Franklin Township for an appropriation from the Coun ty funds to said Township fund, for road and other improvements, the Board after dulv con sidering the matter, decide that they have no iemu rucm to 111a Ke such appropriation, as it was the duty of said Townshio Umn1 t imk. to levy sufficient to cover such improvement expenses. The appointment by the Countv Snnrrin. tendent. of Public Instruction, of Newt liirHn Theo. Johnson and C. M. Wagoner to appraise me luiiu.iotc acmjni tana, to wit: outn East. 5 of Section 18. Townshiu 14. Raiilw i wa approved by the Board. The appointment by the Countv Superin tendent of Public Instruction, of O. W. Olson. Thos. Kite and Peter Curtright to appraise the following School land, to-wit: the North West ! Section 36. Township 14. Range 25. was approved by the Board. On motion the Board orders that the Court Room shall not be used for shows and enter tainments after December 1st 1908. On July 21st. the Board in company with J. R. Wuson. L. Johnson representing the Illinois Steel Bridge Company and J. T. Cramer, rep- resenting the Missouri valley Bridge Company, made a trip to the site of the Spring Creek Bridge, to decide on the bridge best suited to said location, pursuant to erecting same. The annual report of the Trego County. High School, was read and approved as read by the Board. In the matter of a road petitioned for by August Graham and others, came on for final hearing, and as ail proceedings had been legal ly complied with, as required by law. and the viewers duly appointed to view said road, have reported it to be a public necssity and of ger eral utility, the road is granted and declared to be a public highway, to be opened to travel on the section line, as shown on the plat of the County Surveyor, now on ule in this office with the petition and other papers in the case. The County Clerk is instructed to record the proceedings in the Road Record, and to notify the trustee of Collyer Township to open the road in accordance with this order, to-wit: commencing at the South east corner of Sect. 23. and running thence North on the Section line, or as near thereto as a practicable road can be made, to the right of way of the Union Pacific nail Road, and there terminating, all in Township 12 South. Range 25 west 6 P. M. The above road is duly recorded in Road Record "C" as road No. 113. No damages al lowed. In the matter of a road petitioned for by Chas. HiUman. P. H. Heiser. Wm. Claycamp. Daniel Egbert. C. H. Jordan. Fred Knoop. F. Bu E. W. Lam. Frank Burkett, John S. Kelly. Henry Schroder. I. N. Cress, com mencing at the North east corner of Section 15. Township 11. Range 22. thence North on Section line between Sections 10 and 11. and Sections 3 and 3. Township 11. Range 22. to the County line, and there terminating. In view of the fact, that the owners of -the adjoining land, have tiled a written release of any claims for damages, and donate the requi site amount of land to the use of the public for the road, the Board dispenses with the custom ary view and survey of the road, nod grants the road as petitioned for. The County clerk is instructed to record the pooceedings in the Record Book, and to notify the trustee of Ogallah Township, to open said road in accordance with the above order. Said road is recorded in Road Rocord 'C" as Road No. 113. In the matter of a road petitioned for by A.' H. Hamm. F. H. Burnham. Gleason Bros.. F. O. Gleason. by L. C. Gleason. Ernest Musse mann. T. Smith. Charles Hillman. Ernest Musse mann. et-al. J. H. Bulloch. S. T. Lamoreaux. John Best. J. L. Best. August Teghmeyer. Henry Ropers. Martin Grill, beginning at the North west corner of Section 34. thence East on the Section line as near as possible to the North east corner of Section 30. thence South to the South east corner of said section 36. all in Township 11 Souta. Pange 24 west 6 P. M. and there terminating. Said road to be 50 feet wide. In view of the fact that the owners of the adjoining land, have tiled a written release of any claims for damages, and donate the requi site amount of land to the use of the public for the road, the Boavd dispenses with the custom ary view and survey of the road, and grants the road as petitioned for. The County Clerk is instructed to record the proceedings in the Road Record, and to notify the trustee of Wa-Keeney Township to open said road in accordance with the above order. Said road is recorded in Road Record "C" as road No. 114. Kodol For Indigestion Uur Guarantee Coupon If. after using two-thirds of a St.00 bottle of Kodol. you can honestly say it ha not bene fited you, we will refund your money. Try Kodol today en this guarantee. Fill oat and sign tha following, arasant it to the dealer at the time of purchase. It it fails to satiafy you return the bottle caataining one-third of the medicine to the daalar from whom you bought it, and wa will rafaaa your money. State Sign hr - Cat Tata Oil - Digests WhatYouEat And Makes the Stomach Sweat X. C DcWITT At CO.. CUmco. Itt, For sale by w w gtbson. OR. COE'S saninmun Best INVALID'S HOME in tmi wut. 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It's Your Fault If you miss the good things in groceries. No grocer will make you take his "Just as Good" if you insist on having iAW J? QnniMiAia (Savo the Coupons) LOOATBO AT aWna DR. A. R. TALBOTT. . . DENTIST. " . Psrauratly located at K.IJS - - KANSAS 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 OH Sampson Windmills Sampson Pumps Edison Phonographs and Records. CHOICE Wheat, Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms FOR SALE FOREXCH ANGE Money to Loan oa Land ' Phone Wa-Keeney, Kas. STANLEY J. STRAW LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR AU. C1LU AH8WXRKD DAT OB RIGHT Office Pbone 110 Residence 79 With Howe & Ictrabee. S. M. HTJTZEL BUYS AND SELLS Real Estate Leases Lands, Collects Rents, r Pays Taxes for Non-Resi dents. Special Attention Given to Col lections. . Correspondence Solicited. WA-KEENEY KANSAS W. H. SWGGETT REAL : ESTATE Loans aal nsnranee. Abstracter aval H tary Pabllc. Legal papers made and exe cuted. WA KEENEY, KANS. ftnrnnnnrnrr nnnofiocotiue The &rrir.nlt.llTS.1 Pnllonraa -rrr-a , " ' ' f L 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 btate Acmctiltnral CVillocro Ad dress. Pres. F, R Ttfirhnla Man. hattan, Kan. 18-tf. Pickled pork at Baker's. Pure made home lard at Baker's. "W. H. Swieerett is makinc a specialty of carefullv nrenared abstracts. See him. E. H. Barrett's Cash StorW Ya giving away a pretty dish with every $1.00 cash purchase. For Sale Imnroved farm 2 miles south of town. Cheap if sold soon. M. V Mason. Wa- Keeney, Kans. Get Verbeck & Lucas' nrices on lumber, coal, stoves, paints, varnishes and buildinsr material They will save you money. A. B. JONES. , , , FHYSICIAH AKD BCR6BOS. , VTA-SXEKXT - - - KANSAS. - RANK LINDSAY B. A. M. D., SURGEON OFFICE JN NEW BANK BUILDING. Office 'Phono 69. WA-KEENEY - KANSAS. DR. 0. F. B0HMAN, Den t Ts" Ornca; Hocks ; 1:30 TO 5:00 p. M. 1 Office two doors sonth of "'' " - the Postofflce. Do you want a loan? "Do von want to sell your land? Do yon want to buy land at a bargain? Uall on JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY - KANSAS C D. YETTEK NOTARY PUBLIC. Ogallah ------ Kansas. . Your swearing attended to at reasonable rates. Blanks furnished. "O I J Ti 1 V r TIT - - it. n. Dunixoi REM. ESTRTE HID NSDR1CE. Agent for the Connecticut Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, Conn. A large list of lands to select from. Wa-Keeney - - - Kan. M. l Ml SON. AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. DR. S. HUFF MOUND VALLEY. KANSAS. THE WELL KNOWN CANCER SPECIALIST Or OWE THIRTY TXABS' BZPSRIXMCB Oancers and. Tumors in all forms CURED, without the use of Knife or Caustic. I QUjIRjUT TEE A CURE in every case. C0JVSULTATIOJC FREE. Letters of inquiry promptly answered. . B. F. BEVIS, VETERINARY 'SURGEON- Calls answered dav or night. One-balf mile southwest ot town. WA-KEENEY KANSAS T. W. BUNDY WELL BORING- Wells Bored and Cased on Short JVotice. Ml Work , Guaranteed. lour Patronage Solicited. r H. f. KLINE, REAL ESTATE. ":' ABSTRACTING. I ended in the sum of 5,000. IJSSUKANCE, -v NOTARY PDBLIC. ir 2 9. & - 4P - j Rents Collected and payment ot Taxes ior noa-Kesidents . Specialty. . Jy Large list of lands tor sale at low prices V an' easy terms. WA-KEENEY, KANS., The Club Member A Monthly Magazine Pnb- lished for- Women" by Women. It contains these denartme-nt.s- Editorial. Schools and Collecres. The Club Woman, The W. K. D. U.4 The W. K. C. The D. A. R., The' Woman Who Votes, Notes and Bible Study, Children's Hour, Us Men, Among the Books. fcena for sample copy to CLUB MEMBER PUBLISHING COMPANY Topska, Kansas. If you intend to purchase a piano see Col. Malan, at the Americian House. He sells the best makes and on installment plan.