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Official County Paper.
Subscription $1.
Wa-Keeney. Kans..August 13, 1910.
H. S. Givler. Prop.
32nd Year., Number 24
The Following is the Official
Z Vote of the Primary
Justices of supreme court
Porter 218
Graves 2ot
Parker... 128
West 135
Stubbs 364
WaKstaff 1
lieutenant Governor
Hopkins - 3t4
Secretary of State
State Auditor
Davis 310
State Treasurer
Grass '
Alts wager 24
webb f5
Tulley 8
Attorney General
Dawson 388
Supt. Public Inst.
Fairchild 332
Supt. of Ins.
Lewis S-l
King la
State Printer
Cordy 1S
Railroad Commissioner
Kanavat -
. 70
Cunningham 79
White 123
Plumb 67
Blackburn - 49
Congressman 6th District.
Reeder 166
White 169
Young 133
Judge 83rd District
Pestana 188
- Rea 230
Representative 99th Dist.
Long 343
County Herk
Hickman 407
County Treasurer
Bell 259
Gleason 194
County Treasurer (short term)
Marshall 234
Register of Deeds
Nannie Glenn 354
County Attorney
Nelson 249
Purcell 281
Frobate Judge
A. 8. Peacock 382
AUman 224
H lock so me : 70
Bragg 206
Herrick 15
H. Harlan 400
Sup public Int
Philhniok Jones
Mary Groft 12
Stradal 28
Clerk Restrict Court
Buchanan 100
Olson 123
C. Ridgway 290
Commissioner 1st Dist
Will Clark : 16
John McNaughton 17
W. F. King 4
Trustee County High School
K. C. Wilson 182
Ogallah Twp.
Trustee -Benson - 60
Clerk 8. Powers 9
Treasurer S. S. Harvey 56
Justice of Peace
Linberg 10
Grisoo d 10
Linden 10
Constable C. Kiser 6
Precinct Committeeman Yetter 43
Riverside Twp.
Trustee Giffln 30
Clerk Johnson 30
Treasurer K. M. Wagoner 28
Justice of Peace
Carr - 1
Edwards --- 1
McKinzie 1
Richardson 2
Carlson 2
Precinct Committeeman AUman 30
Wa-Keeney Twp.
Bryant - 87
Mattingly 81
Saleen 30
Clerk McCollum 157
Fred Deitz 72
W. Walker 125
Justices of Peace
Greenwood . - - 126
O. L. Cook 2
Precinct Committeeman A. B. Jones 2
Willcox Twp.
Trustee Kite 20
Clerk Holmes 1
. Treasurer Lyons 2
Justice of Peace Frank Lyons 2
Constable Jim Pugh 1
Prencinct Committeeman Joseph Jackson. .1
Trustee C. C. Cross 8
Clerk Will Lutz 10
Treasurer A. P. Teeters 10
Justice of Peace W. F. Cross.. 8
Constables F. c. Feezor 8
Precinct Committeeman W. Ciark 1
Collyer Twp.
Trustee Parsons 89
Harrison. 3
Chapman 2
Treasurer J. J. Harrison 6
J ustice of Peace
constable Courtney
iTecinct committeeman iseuiricu '
Franklin twp.
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Treasurer Ernest Jesse lo
Justice of Peace
Hoover - 8
Kelly 5
Rauch 6
Vidrickson 3
O'Toole 9
Precinct Committeeman
Justice Supreme Court
Dassler 73
Reddle 90
Harrison 46
Hodges 51
Lieut. Governor
Ravenscroft 97
Secretary ol State
Taylor 97
State Auditor
Miller 58
Reed - S6
Dreiling 95
Attomev General
Morrison 98
Supt rut). Inst.
Bower.... 98
Puot. of Insurance
o docre... ?6
t ite Printer
Hudson 69
Boyd.. as
Railroad Commissioner
Hosteller 61
Heilbrun 41
P'osate 60
Congressman 6th Dist.
Rockefeller J
Caster - - 28
Judge 23rd Judicial Dist.
Kuppenthal -101
Representative 99th. Dist
K era us 91
County Clerk
W NT. r,rrsibee 9
County TreasurerOong term)
W. J. WilUams 95
Count y Treasurer (short term)
Register of Deeds
Margaret Swiggett 100
County Attorney
Probite Judge
Finch 1
Sheriff .
E. Musseman
trupt Pub. Ins.
Clerk of Court
Commissioner 1st Dist.
High School Trustee
1st dist. rjaton io
3rd dist. Kirby 30
Ogallah Township
Po wers 1
Justice of Peace 1
LintK-rg l
Constable- -C Kisei 1
Precinct Committeeman
Olencoe -x-wp.
No nominations
Riverside Twp.
No Nomination
Wa-Keeney Twp.
Trustee Flyr 35
Justices of Peace W. Swiggett 34
Precinct Committeeman J. Phares 1
Willcox Twp.
Trustee Beamer 6
ClerK Miller 5
Treasurer- -Plath 5
Justices of Peace
Hazen -
Ueitman S
J. Hoobler 3
Swisher 4
Prencinct Committeeman Goodwin 4
Collyer Twp.
Trustee Yanda 17
Treasurer Krhut 1
Justices of Peace
Rrecinct Committeeman Teague I
Franklin Twp.
Trustee T. utters 11
Clerk Doerschlag - 10
J ustice of Peace
Robinson 10
Swisher - 9
Ross 10
Robinson 8
Precinct Committee Upjohn 10
Franklin Twp.
Trustee Beatty 1
Treasurer Lucky 1
Justices of Peace L. Rauch 1
Constables A.Carter . 1
Precinct Committeeman Rauch 1
Soci ali st State
Justices of Suprene Court
Jackson 5
Puckett 5
Stallard 5
Lieutenant Governor
Oakford . .... ... 5
Secretary of State
Oakford 5
State Auditor j
McGUl 5
State Treasurer
Wells .". 5
Attorney General
Crossley 5
Supt of Inst.
Vincent 5
Supt. of Ins.
Lee 5
State Printer
Rice 5
Railroad Commissioner
Huffman 4
Bnrnside ....... . 4
McAllister . 5
Congressman 6th District.
Stoner 5
'ady 1
Lieut. Governor
lleintage 1
Secretary of State
Platz 1
State Auditor
Bertenshaw 1
State .Treasurer
Herbert 1
Attorney General
Drake 1
Supt Public iust.
Bond 1
Supt of Ins 1
Timbers 1
State Printer
Jones ' 1
Railroad Commissioner
Becklell 1
Mayleery 1
Hester 1
Gail A
Kan., is
Redfield of Hum bolt,
working in the city
C. W.
ed with
P. Street of Hays, visit
relatives in the city last
Chas Weiman departed the
first of the week for Wymore,
Neb., to visit his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mumert
departed Wednesday for an ex
tended visit at Tampeco, 111.
Tom rcooerts ana son were up
from Ogallah on Wednesday. He
informed us that his sale was
. i . . i j i
well attonded ana
sold at good prices
C. M. Webb, of Harris, Mo
arrived in the city last Sunday
ana will visit witn relatives in
town and country. Mr. W,
will locate here if he finds a farm
that suits him.
Rev. J. C. Everett and
daughter. Esther were guests of
F. D. Hastings and Mr. and Mrs
T. D. Bucdy last Sunday even
ing at dinner.
Last Wednesday evening Miss
Clara Moye and Mr. Alfred Run
berg of this city were married
by Judge Peacock. Both young
people are well and favorably
known, possessing qualities that
have won the respect and esteem
of all. We are glad to say that
they "will make their home in Wa
Keeney and the World with
riends extend hearty congratul
Airship is Coming
Capt. Poster and His Aeroplane
Will Be Here With Yankee
Robinson Shows
You have been reading for a
year about airships and aero
planes. You have read of where
Wilbur Wright has sold the aero
plane rights to the armies of
France, Germany and Russia.
The airship now being a certainty
and practicable, it was up to
some up-to-date circus to carry
one for this season and demon
strate it to the public. Yankee
Robinson Shows, at an enormous
expense, has secured tbe identi
cal ship that made the circle of
the Eiffel Tower in Paris and
will exhibit this machine and its
workings before the people who
congregate in this city on the
day of exhibition. This will be
one of the greatest sights you
have ever witnessed in your life
and it may be many years before
you see another equally as gre.at.
Prof. Poster, who has charge of
the airship, made every portion
of the ship with the exception of
the engines which propel it
through the air. No condition
of weather will deter the pro
fessor from making his demon
stration on day of exhibition.
Country Dinner
The ladies of St. Stephen's
Guild will give a 25 cent dinner
at the home of Prank McCor
mick, at (The Cortright- ranch,)
Friday, August 19th.
Fried Chicken, Potatoes,
Ice Cream, Cake,
Coffee, Iced Tea.
A hay rack provided for all
who have no other conveyance.
Meet at the corner of the Trego
County State Bank at 10:30.
All are cordially invited.
To Citizens of WaKeeney
Young people of our county
are anxious to come to High
School. They must be enter
tained. Many inquiries have al
ready been made concerning
rooms, furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in private houses.
board and rooms and working
for board. If you can and will
accomodate any students please
give me your name and tbe 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.
Maximum and minimum tem
perature according to the gov
ernment thermometer at Wa
Keeney for the week ending
Wednesday noon.
Max Min
Thursday 90
Friday 85 ... .
Saturday 76 ... .
Sunday 88
Monday 98 ... .
Tuesday 85....
Wednesday 85
A big bluff and three
. ..59
. o9
. ..60
. . . .51
worth of rain was the record for
Monday evening.
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.'
Collyer Catholic Church i
On Monday, August 15, eel- i
ebration of assumption of the!
Blessed Virgin, High Mass ail
10:30 a. m.
In the evening 8 o'clock p. m. i
solemn blessing of a new statue, j
conducted by Mrs. James Walsh I
Sermon by Rev. Ziegenfuss. !
Everybody cordiallv invited to
Accidents will happen, but the
best-regulated families keep Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil for such
emergencies. It subdues the
pain and heals the hurts.
Don't let the baby suffer from
eczema, sores or any itching of
the skin. Doan's Ointment gives
instant relief, cures quickly.
Perfectly safe for children. All
druggists sell it.
Mayer Mensing
On Tuesday afternoon Miss
Elsie Mensing of this city and
Rev. Frederick Mayer of Lxgan,
Kansas, were united in marriage
at the German Lutheran church.
Rev. Budenhagen was the offici
ating clergyman. The church
was well filled with relatives and
friends who witnessed the cere-
I lnony. ine bride was prettily
! and daintily gowned in pale blue
s'lk and 'wore a bridal veil of
white tulle. Miss Mensing now
Mrs. Mayer is a charming young
woman and her sweet face be
tokens a sweet disposition. She
has a number of warm friends
who regret that she will not
make her home among them.
Mr. Mayer is a young clergyman
and "a,, very pleasant .affable
gentleman. An elegant wedding
supper was served at the home
of the bride's parents. Wed
nesday tnorning the young
couple left for Logan, Kans.,
where they will maketheirhome.
The good wishes of the World
follows $iem and wishing them
much joy and happiness.
Subscribe for tbe World.
Miss Pearl
Hall is visiting in
For Sale or Trade 20 horse
power 5 passenger Maxwell auto
in good order. Call at Blue
Did you ever notice that eggs
at eight cents a dozen never
taste so good as when they cost
Geo. Peterson is back as night
operator at the Depot taking
the place of W. Marshall who
went to Collyer as agent.
R. H. Burns was down from
Colorado Springs a few days
last wees. He reports every
thing fine out there.
Dr. A..JS. Wilson of Bombay,
India, is visiting his Uncle and
family, R. C Wilson. Dr. Wil
son sailed from Bombay, July 12.
The school people have been
actively engaged in hunting
places for the out of town young
people to board who will attend
school this year. A large at
tendance is looked for.
larabee Fymlliire
State Game Warden Dykes
says he is going tq, have a law
passed making it a crime to
catch small fish. If he does Joe
Poffenberger will have a lot of
fishing tackle for sale.
The U. P. wilJ run one of its
old time five dollar excurisons to
Denver and back. We can re
member when the boys used to
go on these excurisons and have
the time of their lives.
J. J. Drummond and wife- re
turned the first of the week from
Topeka where they visited for
several days. Mr. D. took Mrs.
Cary who was adjudged insane to
the State Hospital. Mrs. C. liv
ed near Collyer.
On Thursday evening the Poff
enberger family and the editor
and wife enjoyed a ride in th?
bi-c Regal car owned by Mr.
Stewart who is here from De
troit selling this machine. The
car is certainly a fine one.
Walter Marshall, the genial
night operator of this place, left
for Collyer Wednesday to take
charge of the office at that place.
Mule" has a nost 01 trienas
here who will regret to see biufl
leave out wish him success in!
his new appointment.
Each year there are families
from WaKeeney who spend the
hot months in the Colorado
mountains. Among those who
have enjoyed that privilege this
year are; J. W. Phares and family
R. H. Burns and family and Mrs.
A. H. Blair and daughter, Julia.
On Tuesday evening Miss Lois
Drummond entertained quite a
number of her friends in honor
of Miss Marion Beardsley of
Russell whQ has been her guest
for some time. The porch was
prettily decorated in Japenese
lanters and the evening wasj. per
fect for a party. Games and
music were indulged in after
which dainty refreshments were
served. The girls all report a
delightful evening. Those pres
ent were Misses Annie Has
tings, Hazel Morgan, Maude
Morgan, Agnes Poffenberger,
Edna Walker, Blanch Parks,
Claire Marshall and Nora Hall.
House for Rent; also Light
double Harness, for sale, good as
new. Inquire of E. D. Wheeler.
E have accumulated a large amount
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.
SALE will take place on vacant lots
south of Kelley's store on SATUR
DAY, AUGUST 13th at 2:30 p. m.
M. W. MASON, Auctioneer
The World for the past two
issues has not been up to its
standard of excellence on ac
count of our press which has
been out of repair for some time.
We hope our readers will forbear
for a few issues until we get our
new machinery in running order
then we will give yen the best
paper published in. Western
The primary law makes
strange bedfellows (politically)
The Socialists polled five votes
Tuesday and the Prohibitionists
one. At the general election,
each party cast about thirty
votes. Where were all the
socialists and prohibitionists last
Tuesday a week ago. Evidently
they voted the republican ticket
as that party cast the most votes
Thomas O'I.eary and family
arrived from Russell the first of
the -week. Mr. O'Leary is aa
expert concrete mechanic and
will bid on all woek in that line.
If you have any work to do in
his line give him a call.
The Wisest
Is she who devotes the most
care to the selection of the
supplies for the table. She
recognizes that in this par
ticular she is the custodian
of the health of the family.
She sees to it that all doubt
about quality is removed.
In short, she enforces a pure
food law of her own framing.
This explains why so many
wise housewives have got
into the habit of depending
upon this store.
They have learned that our
claims for high grades is
more than talk.
We invite a test from every
overseer of a family's eat
ables. We promise to give each one
all that there is to be had in
the way of eatable surety.

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