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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. The Star Grocery j . Have a few good ...ROCKERS... left; also some dandy ..Center Tables., Give me a call before you finish your -Xmas Buying TEAW CHRIS. FELLER MANUFACTURER OF 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 UNION PACIFIC STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST 2 Fast Trains Daily 2 TO 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 Eegulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that they have been regular ever since." K. Iavis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas. adv For Sale ' Full blood - rose comb White Leghorn rooster, 7 months old. Enquire at World office adv. Justice Swiggett was kept pretty busy Tuesday and Wednesday doling out coal and justice. Smoked meats at Baker's. adv John Berry has returned from eastern Kansas and savs he is glad to get back. Everyone is busy planning for Xmas. The cities are also planning for tiie care of the poor. We are very sorry to report the serious illness of our old time friend and townsman, A. V. Hixson. Rev. Quillam preached to a packed house at the Baptist church last Sun day evening. Rev. Quilliam is an able speaker. Feel languid, weak, run down? Headache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1.00 adv. The case of O. L. Cook vs. W. W. Mattingly cnarged with the death of a horse resulted in a hung jury last Wednesday. The case will come up later. The sacred concert to be given at the Methodist church tomorrow even ing promises to be one of the best sacred musical treats the people iiave had for some time. Justice will be doled out after Jan uary 13, 1913, from the- Trego House and the Reporter office. Jfow it is being doled out from a livery barn and a coal office. Time wroughts great changes. Judge A. D. Gilkerson and Wm. Madden, of Hays, made a business trip to Wa-Keeney the first Of the week. Judge G. has many friends in this burg wiio think he is about the proper article. R!"ray Two red shoats, weight a bout 65 pounds came to my place 3 1-2 miles east of Ogallah, about Thanks giving. Owner can have same by paying for keeping and this notice. Basil Ridgway, Ellis, Kans. Adv. " Mrs. F. M. Morgan returned from Salina last Tuesday evening and re ports Mrs. Erie Morgan as holding her ownjs this is good news to her friends here. .Mrs. W, R. Holmes is remaining in Salina to care for the children until her daughter's health is restored. You will find that druggists every where speak well of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. They know from long experience in the sale of it that in cases of coughs and colds it can al ways be depended upon, and that it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. adv. Mrs. Clara I. Reynolds, of Sharon Springs, was in town the first of the week. Her daughter, Sarah, who has been in the home of the feeble mind ed at Winfield, died the latter part of last week, and Mrs. Reynolds came down tomakesome business arrange ments concerning the matter. The Wa-Keenev Masonic lodge held its annual election of officers Tuesday evening with the following results: C. R. Kirby, W. M.; G. L. Hays, S. W.: Arthur Cockrell, J. W.; A. S. Peacock, Treasurer; O. A. Cortright, Secretary. Joint installation of officers and ban quet by the ladies of the Eastern Star will occur Friday evening De cember 27. St. John's day sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, December 29. Mrs. Chapman, the lady who was brought down from Gove . county, to be treated by our physicians died last Wednesday about noon at the home of W. R.- Holmes, where rooms had been engaged. It seems she had been a great sufferer and death came as a relief, for she was past medical assist ance. ' The friends and neighbors as well as the community sympathize deeply with the husband, who has been with her during her illness. The funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in the Babtist church after which interment was made in the Wa-Keeney cemetery. Another Xmas season is upon us and the calendar will soon read 1913 and we start on a new page. There have been many changes and there will be many more, but at this happy season of the . year when peace and good will ( sem to swallow up petty differences it is but right that we predict- nothing but prosperity and happiness for our readers during the coming year. We hope Kansas will again have her share in a big crop and a bountiful harvest and that our people be blessed with health and plenty. We wish each of our readers and patrons both large and small the very best of a Christmas and a bright and happy If ew Year. " ' The drilling rig that is putting down the deep county well just west of town passed the obstruction that was placed in the well while the work was suspended last summer, and at 1,650 feet passed through the shale desposits and the sand rock on Monday. The string of casing was set on the rock and water rose in it for S00 feet. In all probability there will be something found under the rock . that will prove of great value, possibly oil or gas. In any event the well will prove to be worth . more than it ost by reason of the data obtained Goodiand Republic. : Sheriff Mussemann reports business ! good in his line. Rav Shaw, carrier of Route 3 made his first trip Tuesday. Jno. A. kelson made a business trip to Missouri this week. - Attorney Snutts was up from Hays on legal business, Wednesday. Our public school closed Friday afternoon for a two weeks' .vacation. Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. adv ' Mrs. J. C. Hockman visised rela tives and friends at Frankfort, Kan., this week. Prof. Wm. Nelson is home from Robinson, Kansas, where he is princi pal of the High school. Dr. O. F. Boh man departed Thurs day night for Chicago. He will be gone about three weeks. Money! Money!! Money!!! on your farms. When you want a loan on your farm call at 'the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 27 adv For Sale 5 head of steers, 10 pigs, 1 Ideal feed grinder; will trade grin der for harness or low wagon. Phone 1061. Chas Trapp Adv. Miss Stella Cloud, who is employed in the World office, left this morning for her home at Quenemo, Kans., where she will spend the holidays. Frank Barber found an engate to a wagon on our streets Tuesday even ing and left it at this office. Owner can have same by calling and paying for this notice. Joe Reeder writes from Morrison, 111., that lie would like to be back in old 'Keeney again. Mr. Reeder will be remembered by manj- of our read ers as he worked for Joe Poff in his barber shop several -ears ago. C. M. McCune was up from the south part of the county last Monday and made us an agreeable call. He informed us that he marketed two hogs to J. G. Hixson one of them weighing 600 pounds. O. R. Enix, the Banner mail carrier, says he wishes some one would make him a Christmas present of a new corn cob pipe and a pound of old style tobacco. ' His wants seem to be few and his wish will be granted. Tuesday Justice Swiggett tried the Hiatt-Swisher horse case. The par ties hail from the south part of the county and Hiatt sued Swisheron the price of a horse, Swisher claimed he paid him. The jury agreed to disa gree. Ernest Murphy, of Ash Rock town ship, hauled a wagon loaded with 30 large turkeys from his farm to this city Thursday, behind one Model T Ford car. The Ford is certainly demonstrating its ability as a puller of heavy loads. Stockton Review. Just now a choice bit of scandal is creating as much stir among the up per ten (derloin) as the marriage of Jack Johnson to a white woman cre ated in Chicago a short time ago. Yes, the editor would like to satisfy your curiosity, but, dear reader, like every other sensible man, he has to protect the patches on the seat of his pants. On Wednesday, December 11, 1912, Mrs. Lizzie Spena and Mr. George Stradal were united in marriage at the probate judge's office, Judge Pea cock performing the ceremony. Both parties are well and favorably known throughout the county and have many friends wiio will learn of this happy event with much pleasure. The World ogEers congratulations and best wishes. H. B. Hudson and family are now pleasantly located on the old Bragg farm having "moved from Stratford, Texas. Mr. Hudson traded a stock of general merchandise to W. A. Smith for the farm. Hi and the editor of this great moral guide first met in 1885 on the old Rev. State ranch in Ogallah township. During that hard winter we tailed up cattle for the reverend gentlemen for S1.00 per day and found. We welcome Mr. Hud son and family back to Trego county. Many of our readers will remember Wilber Rodgers, who graduated from our High School, went to Chicago with Prof. Henicksman, attended college there, then took the civil ser vice examination and was admitted to West Point Military academy, graduated from there and was sta tioned at Fort Logan, Wyo. He was promoted lately to first lieutenant and is stationed at Honolulu. Wilber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kinzie Rodgers, of Willcox township, and we know these parents are proud of of their son as they have every reason to feel so, as he is a self made young man, and we are all proud of him because he hails from Trego county. H. l STRAUSS ' the well known eye specialist and op tometrist, will again be in Wa-Keeney, December 27 and 28, prepared to treat the very difficult eye trouble and fit glasses. The very best of" ref erence. Strauss is registered with the state. Will stay at the Trego House Adv. BAEOE JS ABSSg.UTEi.ir HEALTHFUL Its active principle solely grape acid and baking soda. It makes th.3 food more delicious and whole some. The low priced, low grade powders put alism or lime phosphates in the food. Ask Your Doctor About That For loans on your farm, call on the Wa-Keenev State Bank. 27t adv Found between the depot and postoffice, ladies' fur scarf. - For Sale S. C. Rhode Island -Red, Cockerels and Pullets. Sure to please. Rev. J. R. Creamer, Quinter, Kans. For any itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's Ointmentment. 50c at all drug stores adv Bring us your eggs. We will pay in cash any balance which you may not care to trade out. No discount. Our cash deal works both ways. The Star Grocery. - 32 Adv y 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 $150.00 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 he was well. For sale by all dealers. adv. When you have a biliuos attack give. Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They are excellent. For sale by all dealers adv. Famous Stage Beautiea 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. Wanted Washing and Ironing. Will call for and deliver work. Drop a T-d nr iorwl word tr MRS. A. H. THOMAS One-half mile south of town Money to loan. See E. D- Wheeler ad Xmas Turkeys; 10c 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. t Heckman Produce Co. H. J. Hille. Tres. W. Q. Baker. Vice-Pres. A. H. Blair. Casbier C. R. Hille. Ass't. Cashier Capital $25,000.00 TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK Canaral Banking WA-KEENEY. KANSAS Dikictors H. J. Hille W. J. Skelton F. S. Die bo Id W. G. Baker A. H. Blair WHY NOT MAKE $200. 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