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THE Offfcial County Paper. Subscription $1. Wa-Keeney. Kap.s., August 6, 1910. H. S. Givler, Prop. 32nd Year; Number 23 n J g ?THE PRIMARY Kubbs Wins by 30,000 Tlhe following is a list of suc cessful candidates: Governor W. R. Stubbs. lieutenant Governor R. T. He;! kins. Secretary oeiBions. Auditor W. E. Davis. Tj-easurer Mark Tully. .attorney General John Day son. . 3upt. of Public Instruction of State Charles S. E. r. Fairchild Sapt. of Insurance Ike Lew is. S :ate Printer W. S. Austin. H ail road Commissioners Jno. T. White, George Plumb and Pra ik J. Ryan. J istices of Supreme Court Sik -j Porter and J. S. West. Insurgent Congressmen A. C. vfitchell, second district; F. S. Jackson, fourth; R. R. Reeves, fiftl ; I. D. Young, sixth; Victor Mu dock, eighth. S -and-pat Congressmen D. R. u Jithony, first district; P. P. Can pbell, third. J idge E. A. Rea. T ie personnel of the county tick :t will be as follows: R jpresentative Herman Lonu, R: Joe Keraus, D. ; C.unty Clerk Charles Hick mart, R: W. N. L.a-abee, D- IJ easurer C. M. Bell, R.; W. J. Williams, D. Cjerk of the District Court C. H. Ridgway; R. No opposition. Register of Deeds Nannie Gletin, R; Margaret Swiggett, D. Supt. of Public Instruction Mrs!. Eva Philbrook-Jones. R. No opposition, County Attorney I. T. Pur cell,; R. No opposition. Probate Judge A. S. Peac cock. R. No opposition-. . Sheriff E. W. Allman, R; E Musss'eman., D. Siprveyir H. Harlan. "R. No opposition. Commissioner 1st District Johti McNaughton, R; Julius Hillnuan, D. o. August 2, 1910, Mr. James Faufkner of Trego Co., and Miss Mary Boylan of Chicago, were unit-id in . marriage at the Catt.olic church of Collyer, Kan. Mr. Faulkner is a Trego. Co. young man and is well and favor ably known in this community. He is the first member of the family to leave the fold and em-, bark) upon the ever mysterous luriiig and uncertain sea of mat rimony. While not personally acquainted with the bride we are ijnformed that she is a very chaiiming young women and that Mr. Faulkner has secured a prize j After the ceremony which Was performed in the pres ancie of a large number of relatives and friends the com pany gathered at the home of the bride's mother wer.e an excellent and ; ;umptious dinne1 was serv" ed. The young people received a number of beautiful, as well as usef il presents, expressing the resp ict and esteem in which their friends hold them. Here's the i ight hand of fellow-ship to Mr. ind Mrs. F. wishing them -all kinds of happiness and pros loeritiv ' dtirinsr their iournev through life. . Wti have in our possession this week a copy of The New York Herald, published April 15, 1865. Gporkrft Hunt handed us the paper and informed us that it belonged to his mother and that lie Qisuoveieu it among sulub ui her bapers in a trunk. The stylejof printing and the gram matical construction of its arti- r cles are characteristic of that perio i. It gives a graphic des cript on of the assassination 'of President Lincoln and attack on Secretary Seward while confined ' to hii bed by illness. There is also a lengthy article about Jeff Davis at Davisyille, Va., and his boasts that the rebels would hold ' Virginia at all hazards. The paper is interesting and is a keep sake with which Mr. H. would be very loath to part. We are glad to report that our old friend Mrs. H. O. Hodges is steadily improving"after her re joent serious illness. ML ONYX HJ MrMViS- 73 fy- es r; vi 'ARE SA1E Just Received Another big shipment of this high grade ware, and we . -. . are going to oner n to you at remarkable prices. The goods will be on exhi bition in our south window and on sale up-stairs in the Bargain Loft. Now Listen- " - -St ' To show . you the quality ofjtnese goods, we are going to give each family in this county a 10-cent drinking cup. QAll you- have to do to get one cf these Enameled Cups Absolutely -Free is to cut cut, the roundtf picture in this ad, and present it at our store. Telephone 44 The Trego Mercantile Company, wa Keeney BASE BALL DOPE The game between Wa-Keeney and Grainfield at the latter's grounds last Saturday was a victory for Grainfield by a score of 7 to 6. BLOOMERS VS WA-KEENEY Last Monday afternoon just at 3:30 the much talked of and ex tensively advertised base ball game was called,, by Manager Kelly of of the home team. Chas Wilson was prevailed upon to umpire the game. The Bloomers went to bat first and they were retired without a score. Our boys were more fortumate as one of the men crossed the ' plate making the score 1 to 0. . The second inning was a rep etition of the first. Score 2 to 0. The third, fourth, and fifth innings resulted in no tallies for either side. The first half of the sixth in nir g the girls got busy an pound ed Pitcher Heyl all ove the field making Eour rums. Heyl was relieved by Smee who stop ped the girls from making any more rums that inning. Our boys received another goose egg this inning. In the seventh inning our boys added another run while the girls received a blank making the score 4 to 3 in favor of the girls. The eight inning was a no hit one for the girls, but our boys got onto the girl's curves and pounded out lour runs Katie on second was responsible for most them as she seemed to be asleep and our boys caught on and knocked everything at her but she couldn't stop a ballon. The first half of the ninth in king the Bloomers failed to score thus ending the game by a score of 7 to 4 in our favor. The next game played was Wednesday and the opposing team was Luray. This was the best game of the season and was won by Luray on an error the score being 1 to 0. The next game to be played is with Grainfield on Friday, Aug ust 19th on the home diamond. Notice Persons who have deposited dead carcasses of hogs, horses, chickens, etc., on grounds south of railroad track, within city limits of Wa-Keeney are hereby notified that such act is an open violation of the law. All dead amirals, etc., must be burried in such and at suffi cient depth as to prevent any odor or contagion escaping there from. By order of Health Board C. L. Davidson, M. D. Health officer - Accidents will happen, but the best-regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals the hurts. To Patrons of Trego County Kansas City Market Report. High School j L-ansas city Stock Yards, Your young people want to -August 2, 1910. come to High School this f ill ; Generous rains over Kansas Have you made arrangements? : unj Oklahoma last night put I am listing the placrs as follows: Cfutle traders in a better frame Rooms, furnished and unfur- oE mjna today, following their nished, places -to board, to room j,pi-oved spirits of yesterday, and board and to work for board, accounts of the smaller supply I will give you any assistance in men. Buyers are more soci my power. - School opens Sept. Slbe today than any day for 5th. Let us be ready. ; more than a week, and prices J. H. Niesley, Prin. are up 5 to 15 cents above the i close of last week, and trade is WEATHER REPORT Run is lO.OOO head to- .day, but nothing of superlative Maximum and minimum ten - j uality is included, best sale at perature according to the gov-1 7,70. Some good to choice eminent thermometer at W:r;slee,.s soia at $7.85 yesterday, Keeney for the week emling ; 8.00 today would not be an Wednesday noon. outside figure for? strictly prime Max M in steers. Receipts, from all sec Thursday ......... 9 1)9 tions are restricted this week, Friday 84 06 bur, the biggest drop is in the Saturday 86 : . . .00 Upp y of quarantines, which is Monday . .' .' . .' .' .' .' . ." .97 .... . . . . 62 kJSS than half a1 larSe as same Tuesday 99 t',6 Wednesday 7T. . 87 70 fak We have had a half inch of r;iin 4f in the last week and the went Wer ft has been much cooler. July whs expectiona!; i:ot a single clou, y day, 7 partiy cloudy and 24 clear, j J Mercury was 100 or above on ; rj the month was only 1.79 inches. ! fit days last week. Cattle from be low the line are getting pretty well run out, although we will get fairly good receipts of quar antines balance of this month. Cattle from Wyoming are being brought down into Central Kan sas pasture in good numbers, taking the place of the heavy westerns that have been market ed from there, and many pas tures will furnish, a double crop this year in this way. Dry weather is forcing this move from Wyoming. Trade in stack ers and feeders is brisk this week, at prices 15 to 35 higher than a week ago," account of the belief that the drought is broken. The best pasture-steers sell at $6.00 to $6.85, fair -to-good $5.00 t.r SR ftn fair- hr rrrH Sri ftO tA term liV.f t-Vii'n ctaa-c AnnrS" $6.00, grass cows $5.25 to $3.85, bulls $3.00 to $5.85. veals some hiarher this week, best at $7.00 to $7.75, stockers $2.75 to $4.75, feeders $4.00 to $5.25. Hog buyers recovered from their war like attitude of yester day, and the market is 5 to 10 higher today, on a run of 11,000 head. A good fresh meat de- mana is one incentive, and ex pected heavy buying of provis ions 'in the south soon, in the cotton raising sections, is anoth-, er. Southern dealers have been holding off the market to an un usual extent up to this time. January 'pork is selling on the basis of $6.75 hogs, and some brokers advise that this price is attractive for an investment. Hogs under 200 lbs at $8.10 to $8.35 to-day, medium weights $7.85 to $8.25, heavy bogs $7.70 to $7.85. Run of sheep today is 9000 head, largest suppl.y in two weeks, and the market is steady to a little higher, , some range weathers today at $4.50, a record price for them this season best lambs brings $7.00, and ewes sell at $4.00 to $4.25 for gpod ones. Offerings from the range country will likely contain a good share of feeding stock, from now on, and present prices for best feeding lamb a.vp arnntiH fi Oft voarlintro i wethers $4.00, ewes $2.50 to $4'. So including all kinds. J. A. Rickart, L. S. Correspondent. We are sorry to chronicle the death of Lawrence Saleen .which occured last Sunday. Lawrence attended school in WaKeeney and had a large number of friends who will learn of his death with deepest regret. He was only sixteen years of age and was such a pleasant obliging young man that he made friends where ever he went. On Monday the funeral was held from the Swedish Lutherian Church south of Ogallah. His death is said to have Jbeen caused by infantile paralysis which is now creating so much alarm over the state. The World with many friends extend sympathy to those who eJeft to mourn his loss. Mrs. W. W. Gibson and two children have gone to Jewell City to visit with Len Schmidt and family. Don't let the baby suffer from : eczema, sores or an.r itching of j the skin. Doan's Ointment gives i instant relief, cures quickly. I Perfectly safe for children. All i druggists sell it. -; i A U I II. IMP 111 YSd IK ' To Citizens of WaKeeney j Young people of our county i are anxious to come to High j School. They must be enter-' tained. Many inquiries have al-: ready been made concerning rooms, furnished and unfurnish- ed rooms in private houses, j boarcr-nd rooms and working ; for board. If you can and will I accomodate any students please i give me your name and the num-' ber you will entertain and on what terms. Please do this at once. School opens Sept 5th, : 1910. We must be ready. J. H. Niesley, Prin. ! Look Here Neighbor Should you want a loan; on your land. Fire and tornando insurance on your buildings, or protection insur ance for those dependent on you . Come in and see me. 12tf J. T. W. Cloud. 1AE have accumulated a large amount of second hand goods and as we need the room for . new goods we will sell all second hand goods at Auction. The goods consisting of or gans, kitchen cabinets, chairs, settees, and all kinds of household furniture. CALE will take place on vacant lots I 8 south of Kelley's store on SATURt 3 DAY, AUGUST 13th at 2:30 p. m. V Mrs. Nancy A. Carey, an old lady living south of Collyer, ha been adjudged insane by a coir mission appointed by the Pr -bate Court and will be taken to the State Hospital at Topeka. Harsli physics react, weaken the bowels, cause chronic con stipation. Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation 2a cents. Ask your druggist for them. M. W. MASON, Auctioneer lairaltes mm II J D Co.