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Fresh Oysters
Seal shipt direct from the Coast.
Strictly sanitary package. No
watered or bloated stock. Spec
ial orders for special occasions
will have our particular atten
tion. You will not be disappoint
ed. Fresh stock the day you
want it. Any quantity.
I TKeStar Grocery
How to Make a Quick Plum Pudding
With a
Hosier Cabinet
1 i3
Remember that plum
pudding last year? You
began by assembling
everything onto your
kitchen table. That
meant about four trips
na to the pantry, several
more to tne ice cnesc
yes, and one. or two
to the cellar. Then
when you had the
work f airly started and
had your hands deep
in things, you missed
the spice and canned
fruit more steps.
7f tired before the day
a mile of steps may-
be more
count for
iSatss'&les ieps" vourself and all the
while you were within a few feet of your table. v.
You could have sated all these steps with a Hosier Cabi
net. It puts flour, spices, sugar, grocerils, pots, pans, ev
erything you need at fingers' ends. It saves miles of steps
for tired feet.
And the astonishing part is the low cost. The Hosier
Cabinet built of oak to endure a lifetime is made in such,
huge quantities that the price is less than that of any ordin
ary cupboard.
Order one sent home on trial now. Be ready for Christ
mas. See for yourself the time the Hosier saves.
Must have your order by December 1st fot Xmas
Cement Blocks, Posts, Etc.
Stone and Cement Work a Specialty
Thirteen years' experience and satisfaction guaranteed.
Prices reasonable. Call on me for estimates.
Wa-Keeney, Kansas
2 Fast Trains Daily 2
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Denver, Salt Lake, California,
Oregon, Washington
Automatic Block Safety Signals Insure Safety
Observation Library Cars
Steel Cars Electric Lighted
Homeseekers Fares Winter Tourist Fares
H. G. KAILL, G. F. & P. A., 901 WALNUT ST.,
Kansas City, Mo.
J. E. FRITTS, Agent, Wa-Keeney, Kans.
"I suffered habitually from consti
pation. Doan's Regulets relieved
and strengthened the bowels so that
they have been regular ever since."
K. Davis, gTOcer, Sulphur Springs,
Texas. adv
For Sale Full blood rose comb
White Leghorn rooster, 7 months old.
Enquire at World office. adv.
Ilixson wants your hogs on Monday,
December 16. Will bur any kind.
Money to loan. See E- D. Wheeler ad
i The stores are are full of Xmas
shoppers these days.
On Wednesday lawyer Beardsley,"of
Bussell, was in our city. .
. Mrs. J. A. Kelson visited relatives
in Hays the first of the week.
Miss Georgia Moore is confined to
her home by sickness this w eek.
Ii. H. Burns, of Topeka, was in
town the first of the week on business.
Miss Carrie Stradal was in town
last Saturday driving her new Ford
car. - . "
Jeph Bundy, of Junction City, was
in town a few days the fore part of
the week.
The children of the diSerent Sun
day Schools are practicing for Xmas
The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Heyl has been quice sick during
the past week.
The FORK helps 1 keep the
SLACK! For high-grade COAL see
Swiggett adv
On Thursday last we wrote the 12th
month the 12th day and the 12th
year. Can't ever do it again.
Andrew Heyl made a business trip'
up west the first part of the week' in
the interest of the bakery business.
For Sale S. C. Rhode Island Red,
Cockerels and Pullets. Sure to please.
Rev. J. R. Creamer, Quinter, Kans.
A good supply of high-grade Colo
rado COAL on hand I keep the
SLACK: Walter F. Swlsgett. adv
Miss Margaret Swiggett left for
Topeka the first of the week to at
tend the State Convention of the
Register of Deeds association.
Mrs. L. C. Gleason is at the home
of Mrs. Ida Pearson this week where
she is recei veins medical treatment
as she has been sick for same time.
The Methodist people are holding
series ot cottage prayer meetings
this week preparatory to revival
meetings which will be held later on.
J. G. Ilixson has had his father, A.
V. Ilixson come to his home to re
main until his health is improved.
Mr. Hixson's many friends hope he
will soon recover his former health.
A. Lopp received the sad news
Wednesday afternoon of the death of
his mother, Mrs. M.' Bort, at her
home " in Ceder Rapids Iowa. She
spent the summer here three 3-ears
ago with Mr. Lopp and family.
Logan now has two papers. The
Progress i3 the name of the new pa
per and it is printed from the old
outfit taken from this city by Her
bert Baker. It is published by the
Buftingtons Stockton Review.
Miss Frona Bell, who has been
visiting relatives and friends the
past year in Chicago, returned home
Thanksgiving week, November 27th,
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. A. R.
Gilherson, and little son, Leon, from
Oneida, Kans.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. W. R.
Holmes received word that her
daughter. Mrs. Erie Morgan, of
Salina, was very ill with typhoid
fever. She left on the midnight
train and was accompanied by Mrs.
F.M.Morgan, niotherof Erie Morgan.
Joe Fori was a mighty happy man
when a letter came post marked
Manila, the first of the week. Minor
Poffenberger writes that he likes the
far away Phillipines and that the
climate is fine also an abundance of
every known fruit except apples. He
is stationed at Fort Mills about
thirty miles from Manila and is with
the 90th Coast Artillery. Here's good
luck to our former Wa-Keeney bjy.
On Monday Everett Kemp gave
"The Music Master" at the court
house. He was greeted by a large
and appreciative audience. Kemp is
a reader and impersonator of more
than usual ability and the dramatic
rendering of '-The Music Master" a
most difficult role, will long be re
membered by those hearing him. Mr.
Kemp was here about five years ago
and gave "Seven Oaks" and com
pletely won his hearers at that time.
He is a master of his profession few
being able to excel "him in this line
and the people here greatly appreciate
his ability and hope to hear him a
galn. Wlule Hon. Miles Mulroy was at
Excelsior Springs, and while he was
not an avowed candidate for the
Hays postoffice, the leading democrats
of the city and the democrat county
officials got together and endorsed
him for the position. It was a fitting
tribute to his honesty, and the good
work he has done and is doing for his
party. The democrats are not alone
in their estimation and admiration of
the sterling qualities of Mr. Mulroy.
Should a petition be circulated ask
ing that Miles be appointed postmas
ter when Mr. Penny's times was up,
we believe that every patron of the
Hays postoffice, regardless of party
affiliation, would gladly indorse him.
As a gentleman and a citizen he
stands high in this community
Hays News.
Mules for
child, jr. -
sale. -
W. F. Little
35 - adv
' Miss Ida -Cloud spent "Wednesday
forenoon at Ellis. ?
For loans on your farm, call on the
Wa-Keenev State Bank. 27t adv
Found between the depot and
postoffice, lady's fur scarf -
Read what Jake Heckman has to
say about turkeys in this issue.
Abstracts of title made promptly at
reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. adv
O. W. Shideler was Initiated into
the mysteries of Masonry last Tues
day evening.
W-. X. Larabee attended the associa
tion meeting of the County Clerk's at
Topeka this week.
John Spena is making some changes
in his garage. Ed Brown is doing
the carpenter work.
W. E. Crabill, the jeweler, an
nounces some more bargains in this
week's issue. Read his ad.
Carl Owen joined the Odd Fellows
Wednesday night taking his first
degree in that excellent order.
Lewis Atkinson departed the latter
part of last weeic for Frankfort, Iud.,
where he will make his home in the
future. "
Mrs. C. C. Baird, of north of town
is enjoying a visit from her sister,
Mrs. H. E. Purdy, of Clay Center,
this week.
Hawley Smith was up from his
ranch in Willcox township last
Wednesday and had sale bills printed
at this office for his sale next Wednes
day. Word has been received from
Sheriff C. D. Quinton to the effect
that Vernie Kiser is now safely
domiciled in the asylum at Norfolk,
Ifebr. -
Chas. Brown resigned his posi
tion as porter at the American honse
Thursday and has gone to the coun
try to work. A. Maxwell takes his
H. H. Bacon returned home the
first of the week from Los Angeles,
Calif., where he has traded for a
home. He says that California is the
place to live.
Fred Shaw returned home Satur
day night after a five week's sojourn
in Kansas City. Fred says K. C. is a
great town and some livelier than
Wa-Keeney after dark.
A. A. Hendricks and family left
the latter part of last week for
Wichita, Kans., where they will make
their future home. We were sorry to
see them leave but they will come
back as all of them do who leave
For making quickly and per
fectly, delicious hot biscuits,'
hot breads, cake anil pastry
there is no substitute for
Eppler, the
busiest man in
auctioneer, and the
western Kansas, was
using our sidewalks last Mondav
made us a brief call and wanted us
to announce to all the sports in the
county that there will be a horse
race in Ellis Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Cruzan, who lias been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Webb, . south of town, departed
Wednesday morning for Onaga where
she will visit her brother, M. E.
Webb, for several days after which
she will returnto her home at Beth
any, Mo.
I. L. Olmstead, the Togo merchant,
has an ad in this issue. Mr. O. has
been in business at Togo for a num
ber of years and by square dealing
and strict attention to business has
built up a nice trade. He is offering
some genuine bargains and his prices
defy competition. Patronize him.
Edgar Reynolds, formerly of Ogal
lah, writes from Murphy, Ore., as
follows: "Oregon is a great state. I
wouldn't advise everyone to come
where we are as it is all mountains;
not much farming land. In Rogue
River valley there is some nice land,
but around Medford there is as nice
land as I ever saw. I like it pretty
well. We have a nice little girl in
our home and she is as good as she
can be." "
The invincible Robert Kirk, of the
south part of Graham county, pream
bulated our streets Friday night and
Saturday of last week. "He was re
turning from the Gudgell ranch in
the north part of our county where
he was negotiating for the purcliase
of 100 head of feeders to eat his 75
acres of alfalfa crop and big corn on
his cnoice ranch in the "wilds" of
south Graham county. Hill City
If ew Era.
Evidently Postmaster Penny has
no fear of the thinking democrats
making any move to turn him out
until the end of his four year term
In August, 1916, and this week has
added to his postoffice an expensive
stamp cancelling machine that shows
up Hays, Kansas, with a clear date
line. The commission of the post
master here for many years has run
three years into tne new administra
tion term and the postmaster served
out his term. Cleveland allowed it
and both Schfeyer and Cass were al
lowed by republicans to hold their
office Hays Free Press.
1 u
Fifty Years fh& inttard
Bob Kirk, the big stock man down
on the Saline, was up this way last
Saturday and left us a dollar on sub
scription. Hill City Republican.
Bring us your eggs. We will pay in
cash anj- balance, which you may not
care to trade out. Xo discount. Our
cash deal works both ways. The Star
Grocery. " 32 Adv .
A DesMoines man had an attack
of muscular rheumatism in his should
er. A friend advised him to go to
Hot Springs. That meant an expense
of 3150.00 or more. He sought for a
quicker and cheaper way to cure it
and found it in Chamberlain's Lina
ment. Three days after the first
application of this linament lie was
well. For sale by all dealers adv.
Stewart' Estate Sella Land.
About two years ago "Uncle" John
Stewart of Effingham. Kans., pur
chafed the Wm. Wells land out on
Spring Creek northeast of Hill City
and the P. Bollinger land on Wild
Horse Creek southeast of Hill City.
These two ranchers compromised
some 5430 acres. Later Mr. Stewart
died and E. J. Kelly cashier of tne
Farmers and Merchants Bank of
Effingham was appointed administra
tor for the estate. Mr. Kelly has
just closed a deal with AVm. Carltele,
a retired millionaire lumberman of
Atchison, Kans., selling to him both
the Wells and Bollinger ranches for
$103,600. Recently, Mr. Carlisle was
here looking over the county general
ly, and while making the rounds
with our hustling loan agent, Frank
Grecian, he took a look at the Stewart
estate lands and was quite favorably
impressed with them. After return
ing home and talking over the matter
with Mr. Kelly, he wrote Mr. Grecian
for further information and as a re
sult of these negotations the big sale
was consumated. This will be a nice
piece of business for Mr. Grecian and
no doubt will net him a very neat
commission Hill City Republican.
Famous Stage Beauties -.
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or pimples. They
don't have them nor will any one
who uses Bucklen's Arnica salve. It
glorifies the face. Eczema or Salt
Rheum vanish before it. It cures
sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains,
heals burns, cuts and bruises. Un
equaled for piles. Only 25c at Gib
son's adv.
When you have a biliuos attack
give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial.
They are excellent. For sale by all
dealers adv.
- Association '
Saturday, December 11, 1912, at 2:00
p. m., in the court house, Wa-Keenev,
Roll call Responses from J. G.
Whittier. - . -
Our new arithmetic Miss Maud
Livers. - .
A reading From "All the Children
of All the People."
Garden City Beet Industry Hud
son Harlan.
He Laughed Till He Died
Taylorsburg, Ohio. Abe Skinner,
the village pessimist laughed himself
to death from reading BIFF! the
Great American Magazine of Fun
which is making greater strides than
any other magazine before the Ameri
can public to-day. It is a magazine
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taing the artists, caricaturists, crit
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this. Send this clipping and 50c to
day to The Biff Publishing Co., Day
ton, Ohio, for one year's subscrip
tion adv.
$1.00 Christmas Of far.
Here is a great bargain for a
splendid daily newspaper published in
your home state. For $1.00 the Topeka
State Journal will be sent by mail to
new subscribers from Christmas until
May 1, 1913. This will more than
take you through the regular session
of the Kansas Legislature which con
venes early in January. The State
Journal is the official paper for Kan
sas and accordingly will publish all
laws, good roads, etc., adopted by the
legislature. The Coming session will
be a most important and interesting
Send your $1.00 anytime between
now and December 25, and the paper
will be started at that time and con
tinued each day until May 1, 1913.
The State Journal is now recognized
as one of the largest and best daily
newspapers published in Kansas.
Topeka Kansas.
For any itchiness of the skin, for
skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try
Doan's Ointmentment. 50c at all
drug stores. adv
Xmas Turkeys
12c per lb.
Remember how we were fooled on
Thanksgiving prices ?
Early market for Christmas is strong
now, so if you have stock to dispose of
let us ship as early as possible so as to
avoid the rush.
Above price good for No. 1 stock
until further notice.
Heckman Produce Co.
H. J. Hille. Pres. W. G. Baker. Vice-Pres. A. H. Blair. Cashier C. R. Hille . Ass t. Casbier
Capital $25,000.00
General Benlrinf
uraacxOBS u. J. titue w. J. sneitoa . jieoota w. G. Baker A. H. Blair

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