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Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal C rape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE HOME AND COUNTY For Farm Loans go to the Wa-Keeney State Bank. Plain sewing- wanted Miss Elsie McAtee, Wa-Keeney. Mrs. F. C. Wollner entertained the high school teachers at supper Thurs day. Word was received from Salina this week that Mrs. Wm. Jones was---not so well. The Ladies' Aid Society are to meet with Mrs. H. J. Jlille, next Wednes day afternoon. John R. Parsons of Quinter, L. Roberts of Gove and P. J. Deane of Hays were in town Wednesday. Mrs. W. II. Miles has been stopping at Hotel Cunningham while Mr.Miles is preparing to occupy the Skelton ranch. J. T. Butler from Clay Center, has spent a few days in town looking at a quarter section about six miles north west. .Mrs. Edith Ufford was down from Wa-Keeney Wednesday and spent the day with her many young lady friends. Ellis Headlight. v Baby won't suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at once. It acts like magic. F. B. Ainger of Detroit, Mich: C. H. Veatch, Ellsworth; E. E. Hoopes, Topeka and R. B. Warren of Wichita have been registered at the American house this week. Marriage license No. 999,was issued Tuesday morning to Lambert Kraft of Park and Miss Frances Haff ner of Collyer. The wedding will take place at Park next Monday. Dr. Larson, V. S., of Hill City, will be in Wa-Keeney, February 10th., to do all kinds of veterinary work. He will be found at Cook's stable. Den tal work a specialty. All work guar anteed. , ' Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell stock condition powder in Treiro county. $75 per month. Ad dress, Room 2, HOti Farnum St Omaha, Neb. F. E. Teague came down from Coll yer Wednesday evening on the local freight and made us a short business visit. He spent the evening with E. D. Wheeler returning home on 10.30. x he 1 rego county high school was established by a vote of the people in pursuance of law seven years ago and Fresh pork at Baker's. The editor being laid up no Sunday sermon has been prepared for today. Subscribe for the World oldest and best paper in the county. Advertise in the World, best ad vertising medium in Western Kansas. For loans on your farm, call on the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 27tf "Mound City Paints go farthest wear longest, look best. erbeck Lumber Co. Miss Hazel Jones has been recom mended as a member of the reporto- rial staff of the Daily Eansan. Regulates the ,bowels, promotes easv natural movements, cures con stipation Doan's Regulets. -Ask your druggist forv them. 25c. a box Ine dispatcher's office at it,llis was partly destroyed by fire last week Wednesday night. The dispatcher and three men remained at their wires handling trains until the roof fell in. .tsuiNiiis WAJTlfiU 1 will - com mence to buy bones at Wa-Keeney and Ogallah on February 5, 1912 and stay a short time. C. D. Yetter will weigh at Ogallah. Price $7 per ton. J. G. Reidel. The editor of the World had the misfortune to step on a nail the first of the week and as a result has been confined to the house since. We know our friends are sorry for us and that our enemies are glad but nevertheless with a generous on-slaught of poult ices we are improving. Before the new state hospital, for the insane is finally located, some one will be sent to Wa-Keeney to" take another look at the site offered by that city. Prof. L. L. Dyche, who has hunted all over the ground that is offered to the state, has been asked by the Wa-Keeney people to accom pany the person or persons sent out by the governor, and will go Topeka Capital. Some one has been telling The Re cord scribe that Chris Beougher's goose boone predicts one more heav ier storm this winter than the Christ tnas storm. We ' will bet the goose that raised that bone was a cranky old bachelor goose with pessimistic tendencies. Now somebody hunt up a goose bone from a bright and happy girl goose and see if those predictions won't suit the size of the fund we have laid aside for the winter's coal bill a little better. Gove Record. We frequently hear of a novel be ing dramatized and occasionaly a play novelized. By the latter plan many that law is the same today as it was people who never see the play may then? In other counties, where high ! get an idea of it by reading the story Read inside pages. R. Haffa left the first of the week for Abilene to be gone fifteen days. - GroVer Hays is working In the post- office during the absence ot the post master who is laid up with aore foot Don't forget to attend the masque ball at Big Creek hall next Thursday evening. This is going to be the dance of the season. Hon. I. T. Purcell is mentioned in the Topeka papers as a candidate for the Sixth district Republican nation al convention delegate. - - ' . Mr. and Mrs. Wheatcraft of Pen- dennis, Kans., -are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wollner. Mrs. Wheatcraft is a sister of Mrs. Wollner. Paul Kraus has traded his half interest In the Wa-Keeney pool hall for real estate near Russel and has moved his family there and will re sume farm work again. The fourth quarterly conference of the M. E. Church will be held Sunday and Monday, Feb. 4 and 5. This - is the last conference of the year and all members are invited to be present. The presiding elder will be here. VODA Pryce Owens has bought a buggy of Mr. Triplet. Prvce Owens is hauling hay from the Gleason ranch. J. Vandewater attended the Mrs. Billings funeral Sunday. Bradlev Brown was a Sunday caller at Mrs. Lizzie Krhuts. Bradley Brown has a car of corn on track at Voda for 69c a bushel Wm. Cox has two cars of corn on track and it all soon disappeared. Mrs. J. W. Soena was the guest of Mrs. A. G. Schwanbeck last week. Clyde Poffenberger .purchased a mower and rake from Wm. Cox Mon day. E. E. Pearl and family moved onto the Steinbertrer farm south of Wa- Keeney. Mrs. Rudolph Horak and J. Horak snent Monday in Votfa, the guest of r - - the Kristof families. Mr. aud Mrs. 'Ralph Kristof and Mrs. R. Horak spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Austin. The weather has been very pleasant and the wheat put in a fine appear ance since the snow disappeared. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Billings and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jones, spent Tuesday in Voda, the guests Vandewater. Voda is getting to be quite an en terprising little town. There is so much business transacted here that it all can't be done in day time, Miss Edyth Bayles of Ellis, Is visit- at Ray Ufford 's home this week. v. The' members of he Christian I Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church spent a very pleasant social evening at the home of Misses Leulla and Hazel Jones last Friday evening. The latest dope n regard to trains and train service is to the effect that trains JNo. ltto ana iso. lub will run through from Kansas City to Ellis. We don t give this as a true stfry I but that is the - way it is reported. J ust w hy these trains would be run this way is hard .to understand, but it might be all right. ,It is claimed that it would take- a great deal of work off of -109, which it probably would. , If they wanted to do some thing that helps the local traffic why don't Wiey put on a train something like the old plug which would give the people some kind oi daylight ser- I vice Ellis Headlight. Grace Hanna, youngest daughter of I Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. Hanna, was born in Graham county, Oct. 1, 1892. She was married to Alva Billings, J uly 12. 1908,' removing to California the fol lowing year, that her health, which had been poor, might be benefited. Although an invalid much of the time, she was of a bright, vivaciousj sweet disposition and to know her was to love her. While not a mem ber of any church she had sought and found her Saviour, so was fully pre pared to cross to the other side. She leaves a husband, father, mother, sis ter and two brothers, besides many warm friends who were sorry to see her go. The remains were brought I to Wa-Keeney and were intered in Wa-Keeney cemetery, Jan. 28, Rev. Allison of the Presbyterian church, conducting the services. of Mr. BIG CREEK schools were established under other laws-more or less questionable, the railroads and other heavy tax payers were quick to take advantage of the weak points in the law and succeeded in having some schools abolished. There may be smarter lawyers than those employed by the railroad but It is probable that very few nf them live out this way! It would appear that the Trego county high school is a fixture and that the tax levies so far made have aH been legal. in book form. The fortune hunter is one of the plays - which has been novelized and may be read by those who care to do so, though it is only lair to say that the story contains a few characters wHich do not appear in the play. As a play, The Fortune Hunter, Is a comedy, full of Interest ing and laughable situations, but all tending to teach a deep moral lesson The comedy will be given by Edward Elliott, February 16. Prepare for it by reading the story. Lovely weather most of the time. Frank Jacobs had a sick horse last Sunday. Snow mostly all gone but the roads are almost impassable. W. F. Nelson and Jess Brown pass ed through this vicinily Sunday night Whet looks fine andif no hard freeze comes sopm wheat pastures will soon get good. It begins to look as though the farmers of Trego need not fear any trouble with rabbit depredations this year anyway. Dr. Blake of Ellis, was called to Oklahoma the first of last week to the bedside of his mother but' we hear that she died before he got there. OUR CART will deliver at your premises any kind of Lumber, hard or soft wood dressed or undressed, in side house trim; in fact anything in the line of First Class Lumber that you happen to want, at prices that are always reasonable. Verbeck Lumber & Supply Company Wa-Keeney, Kansas - American House WA-KEENEY, KANSAS Porter Meets all Trains. Large and well lighted Sample Room Everything first-class.. Miss Betty Penny, .Proprietress A. B. JONES Physician and Surgeon Wa-Keeney, Kansas SOUTH TREGO ' V K-Ot - R mud, and nothing else but S s LUMBER COAL GRAIN Particular people have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumber, and as we make QUALITY our "long suit," you take no chances in. buying what you need from us. The - most complete stock of the BEST LUM BER in Trego County , is at your disposal, in fact anything you might want from a lumber and coal yard. " Estimates Cheerfully Furnished GOOD WEIGHTS AND GOOD PRICES GIVEN FOR YOUR GRAIN s The Hardman Lumber Co. I Mud, mud. The wedding bells are soon to ring in South Trego.. A. H. Lawson visited at the Smith ranch last Sunday. rninlt Benisch called on his brother James, Thursday evening. Emmons & Reid bought-19 head of cattle from Benisch brothers. Miss May Curry spent Saturday at Wa-Keeney with her folks. Dave Dienes has just finished haul ing ice and says he has a good supply for summer. Benisch brothers are breaking colts these days getting them ready for spring work. There was a special telephone meeting held at H. Heitman's Wed nesday evening. Garrett Garrels returned from his eastern triD Thursday. Wonder if he brought anything. Mr. and Mrs. James Benisch and Miss May Curray and F. Benisch snent Sunday at Herman ichneider's. The South Trego meat market butchered Monday again. Fresh meat of all kinds. Give them a call. Jess Gurrand and wife of Riverside, made a business trip to W a. Keener and also cauea on a., xs- ncioiej i WA-KEENKY Dr. R. EL Spencer DENTIST Office in Kline building two doors east of WollneE's store; upstairs. Phones Residence 65; office 151. Wa-KEENEY, KANSAS Dr. O. F". Bohman DENTIST ' - - x OFFICE HOURS 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. - ace over K- A. Courtney's store 't jQeaA Amy.- . . John ha A jiven me al.rca.cLy a new dreAAeA. lor m y ralenine. J'm wAiina. hii o pi yon wiic. ioxi xrifce fio'L foA a A c vs dAcUtA oo. Stell him how rtiee he smallr o f drawer A will Ire oA hi& colLaAA. TTX y dreAAeA i-s 4-ucn. a. ieauy ; hc miA.ro A. hasn' a.'iina.le law in i. af'm a.oina. o .make John a.iir e me uAniiuAe o r fAe ien rip.h alona. unil oxtr- home ii"sfick. anil A fan" rom parloA ok.ichen, , , CLlxis a y J youA Aiend, jCoxi. (P. S. of clo e An' coif a orxne o fiA.n is h eve Ay Aoom in he hoxiAe x you v 1xi y y ouA uAni iiAt Aom THE LARABEE FURNITURE CO. "THE HOUSE THAT HAKES HONES HAPPY" :THE: Wa-Keeney State Bank 1885 ESTABUSHED 191 1 We've been in business 26 years here. We have paid up Capital of $25,000. We have earned Surplus of $25,000. Our undivided profits over $7,000. We Do a GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS. Sell FOREIGN EXCHANGE, good the world over. Sell STEAMSHIP TICKETS where vou wish to go. Rent you the best of SAFETY BOXES. Write INSURANCE of all kinds. Want your BUSINESS, now. Wa-Keeney Hardware Co. The time to look around and figure the cost of fitting up your kitchen for spring will soon be here. Now is a good time io make calculations. 'We Have Everything needed to please the most exacting housewife. If not, we can get it for you and take pleasure in doing it. Let us figure out any problem in kitchen-equipment that confronts you. CAN WE SERVE YOU ! Wa-Keeney Hardware Company, Tinware, Cutlery, Stoves. O. A. Cortrigtit Bandad Abstracter and Notary Public "Two terms Register of Deeds Bents Collected Tra.1 Paners Kiecuted Correspondence Solicited Do you want a loan? Do you want to sell your land? Do you want to buy land at a bargain? Call on JOHN A. NELSON - - KANSAS V ROY CURRY. Shoemaker 1 Repairing of every de- scription done with neat- ness and dispatch. A'rices reasonable. In stone building, south of Keraus Hardware Store. - Wa-Keeney, Kansas . Fresh beef at Baker's. Smoked meats at Baker's. Pure home made lard at Baker's. Money to loan. See E. D. Wheeler. Correct Abstracts W. H. Swiggett. Read what our advertisers have to say in this issue. Booth's celebrated oysters in bulk at Baker's. 50c quart 34 tf If you want a loan call on O. A. Cortright, he can interest you. 19tf. Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. or sale "ure Drea .wnite Wyan dotte Cock r el Is at $1,00 each; nice ones. Mrs. B. J". Christy, R. 1, Wa Keeney, Kans. '44 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the friends who so kindly assisted and sympathized in the burial of our dear wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hanna and family. Alva Billings. Weather Report Maximum and minimum tempera ture according to the government thermometer at Wa-Keeney for the week ending Wednesday noon. T Max. Min. Thursday 58 24 Friday.... 58......... 34 Saturday. 43 26 Sunday 41.... 23 Monday.......... .. 40 .29 Tuesday 39......... 16 Wednesday............ 42.... '. 30 - below zero.. ""Except a few drifts the snow Is all gone and the roads are all drying- off. POTATOES! POTATOES1 Frosted ' potatoes, 50c a - bushel; Good table potatoes 40c a peck. At Osterkamn's. NOTICE Those having prairie dogs on their farms in Wa-Keeney township and want poison, should can or write m. F. Bryant,' township trustee, Imme diately, as he wants to order for same. and family.