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STATE OF KANSAS, TREGO COUNTY,
I, the undersigned clerk of the above-named county, having received from the Secretary f State, a certified lst of . the candidates for the various nominations to be made by each of the political parties of this state, and in accordance with the provisions of law, hereby publish so much thereof as is applicable, to .this county, and have added thereto the names and addresses of the candidates for nomination- by tbe several political parties as the same appear on file in my office.' ' -' " - . - .- - -,. .... m ... - . ; The following candidates for nominations and their postofflce addresses,follow .under their respective parties: - - - . : " V Republican STATE United States Senator Henry H. Tucker, Jr., Kansas City Joseph L. Bristow, Salina Charles Curtis, Topeka A. M. Harvey, Topeka Governor Arthur Capper, Topeka ' Lieutenant Governor William Y. Morgan, Hutchinson Jacob E. Brewer, Abilene Secretary of State J. T. Botkin, Galena State Auditor W. E. DaviSj Dodge City State Treasurer Earl Akers, Stafford s Attorney General James J. Bulger, Wichita S. M. Brewster, Troy Superintendent of Public Instruction W. D. Ross, Topeka Superintendent of Insurance Carey J. Wilson of Topeka Li. T. Hussey, Lyndon State Printer W. K. Smith, Columbus Board of Irrigation Geo. E. Ward, Sharon Springs John O. Boyle, Goodland I. L. Diesem, Garden City I). B. Dyer, Smith Center Ed. J. Guilbert, Gill J. W. Lough, Scott City Paul Rich, Syracuse ' B. P. Walker, Osborne Congressman 6th District John B. Dykes, Lebanon Representative 99th District O. L. Cook, Wa-Keeney H. F. Kline, Wa-Keeney COUNTY County Clerk C. H. Benson, Wa-Keeney County Treasurer F. H. Ridgway, Ogallah Register of Deeds , O. A. Cortright, Wa-Keeney County Attorney Herman Long, Wa-Keeney Probate Judge A. S. Peacock, Wa-Keeney Superintendent of Public Instruction Carrie Stradal, -Wa-Keeney Eva P. Jones. Wa-Keeney Sheriff E. W. Allman, Ellis Peter DeBoer, Wa-Keeney Clerk of the District Court O. H. Olson, Collyer Surveyor Hudson Harlan, Wa-Keeney High School Trustee R. C- Wilson, Wa-Keeney Commissioner 1st. District John McNaughton, Ogallah TOWNSHIPS Ogallah Township Trustee Edward LaRue, Ogallah Precinct Committeeman C. D. Yetter, Ogallah Riverside Township Trustee A. W. Nelson, Ogallah Pursuant to the foregoing, I herebv give notice that a primary election the above list mav be nominated by the various parties of this state on their, polling- places of this county. The" hours for voting in all precincts are from Given under my hand" and seal this 6th day of July,v19l4. seal CORRESPONDENCE Collyer This community was visited by a nice rain Friday night and Saturday. Corn is looking fine in this vicinity. Crist Hilderbrant. Jesse Kess ler and Powers brothers un loaded new threshing machines here this week. ;' There will be preaching in the' school house next Sunday. Rev. Gould will p reach. , ' . Several . from here attended the Tilton-Krhut trial at Wa-Keeney Monday. M. Glenn from . . Grantville, Kans., spent the fore part of the week at Hugh Tidball's. spent Wednesday and Thursday at Ellis.. - James Glenn left. Sunday, for Winona to visit his uncles, Chas. and Joe. He will go from there to Kansas City, .-where he has a good job waiting for'him. " Mrs. O. B., Kessler left for Russell, Thursday, to spend a few days. , . Louis Larson had the misfor tune of being, kicked, by a horse the fore part of the week. Lucki ly no worse as he is able to be around. NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION SS: T Vfhim -It Treasurer O'.to Colborg Clerk W. A. Fuller Wa-Keeney Township Trustee -H. E. Tripp, Wa-Keeney Ed F. Bryant, Wa-Keeney . Justice of the Peace J. H. Acre Collyer Township Trustee Joseph Hobl, Collyer Democrat STATE United States Senator William F. Sapp, Galena Jeremiah D. Botkin, Winfield Willis L. Brown, Kingman Frank Doster, Topeka Hugh P. Farrelly', Chanute George A. Neeley, Hutchinson William C. Plumb, Kansas City Governor George H. Hodges, Olathe Lieutenant Governor John E. Wagner, Lamed Frank L. Britton, Osage City R. F. Ginder, Beivue Secretary of State J. W. Schlicher, Hoxie Burt E. Brown, Lawrence State Auditor Perry Clemans, Hamilton State Treasurer P. E. Laughlin, Marvsville Attorney General Dempster O. Potts, Wichita Samuel E. Bartlett, Ellsworth C. B. Little, Olathe Geo. McGill, Wichita Superintendent of Public Instruction Anna E. Arnold, Cottonwood Falls Superintendent of Insurance Frank E. Smith, lola Ben F. Hildebrand, Hiawatha - E. C. Prather, Grinnell State Printer T. E. Leftwicb, Winneld H. W. Chabin, Hutchinson Board of Irrigation L. J. Wilson, Milford W. F. Challis, Westmoreland J. B. Hammond', Syracuse F. A. Hines, Scott City W. S. Manker, Scott City . James T. Rafter, Holton Congressman 6th District John R. Connelly, Colby Representative 90th District Charles Kirby, Wa-Keeney COUNTY County Treasurer F. B. Acre, Wa-Keeney Register of Deeds Margaret Swiggett, Wa-Keeney Jos E. Evans, Wa-Keeney . County Attorney S. M. Hutzel, Wa-Keeney " Probate Judge H. W. Finch Wa-Keeney Clerk of District Court W. J. Williams, Wa-Keeney Sheriff E. H. Hillman, Wa-Keeney T. J. RJioden, Wa-Keeney, Chas Yowell, Wa-Keeney Miss Margaret Swiggett was in this neck of the woodsMon day and Tuesday looking after her political fences. Mrs. E. A. Voisin and son spent several days in Colby visiting relatives. Annie Briggs accompanied them. Voda These late rains are certainly fine for the corn but delays the threshing. , " Mr. and Mrs. R. Kristof spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Liz-, zie Krhut. ' .. . , ; Mr. Sutton from Salina was in this burg. Monday in behalf of threshing. ... Stanley Austin is assisting Philip Krhut with his millet this week. . , H. W. Miles is threshing his wheat which is making an. aver age of 40 bnshels to the. acre. Pretty good for western Kansas. Mrs. Geo. Kristof and Chas. spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Prank Krbut. . .- Mrs. Jennie Horak and mother were Sunday visitors at R.' Kris tof's. Albert Krhut spent the fore part of the week in .Wa-Keeney. Chas. , Kristof and Stanley Austin took in the Krbut-TiRon trial Monday at the- county seat. Martin Lofstead and his lady friend spent Sunday afternoon with Ml, and Mrs. Wm. Cox. , May CMmra' I- " Coroner Ray Ufford, Wa-Keeney High School Trustees Frank Eaton, Ogallah Herman Ehrichs, Collyer Chas Seirer, Collyer Commissioner 1st District Walter Musgrave, Ogallah TOWNSHIPS ' Ogallah Township W. A., McDonnell, Ogallah Treasurer W. M. Brabb, Ogallah - 1 - Clerk Julius Hillman, Ogallah Justice of the Peace O. A. Griswold, Ogallah C. C. Cahail, Ogallah -Constable John Richards, Ogallah Riverside Township Trustee Hearting, Brownell Chas. Treasurer Joe Zeller, Brownell Clerk Wm. Edwards, Brownell Justices of the Peace Geo. Tunnell, Brownell J. M. Perry, Brownell Constables John Kutina, Brownell F. W. Stull, Brownell Franklin Township Trustee H. H. Cawley, Ransom Robert Benson, Ransom Collyer Township Trustee F. F. Zeraan, Collyer Arthur VanScyoc, Collyer 'Treasurer A. W. Mall, Collyer Clerk Y. A. Polkowsky, Collyer. Wa-Keeney Township Trustee J. J. Drummond, Wa-Keeney ' ' - Treasurer J. T. Rhoades, Wa-Keeney Clerk M. C. Williams, Wa-Keeney Justices of the Peace F. B. Flyr, Wa-Keeney E. D. Beason, Wa-Keeney Constables O. W. Olson, Wa-Keeney J. P. II. Elbert, Wa-Keeney Precinct Committeman J. J. Keraus, Wa-Keeney. Socialist STATE United States Senator Chris tain Balsac Hoffman, Kansas City Governor Milo M. Mitchell, Kingman Lieutenant-Governor Anna W. Hoffman, Kansas City Secretary of State Ella R. Baldwin, Kansas City State Auditor M. J. Wells, Lawrence ' State Treasurer Sarah C. Scovell, Galena will be held on the 4th day of August, 1914, at which time candidates from several tickets, and that the said primary election will be held at the usual 8 o'clock to 6 p. m. C. H. BENSON, County Clerk. Walter went to see her Sunday and returned home Monday. The wheat around Voda that is being threshed is making an average xi thirty bushels and more. Threshing seems to be the or der of the day now. Mrs. Wm. Cox called on Mrs. R. Kristof Tuesday. Floyd Burnham spent Sunday with the Owens brothers. Mrs. Vivian Owens and Jose phine Krhut were Collyer visi tors Tuesday, j,;'.- , The elevator men at Voda are kept, quite busy these days handling the'-wheat. - , Ogallah. Horatio Tawney visited in.Wa Keeney Wednesday. Mr.' and ' Mrs. G D.' Yetter came up from Topeka last 'week aod are visiting, with Mr. Yet ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Yetter. Herman. Ericson . went to Wa Keeney Wednesday morning. The family -of J. S. Detrick, the section ''foreman, moved down from Collyer last week. Miss Zella Clark is visiting at the 'home- of . her ancle,' John Clark and family. " Ross " Blakely visited friends in. Hays last Sunday Mrs. E. A. Kellogg and daugh ter, Ruth, visited C. F. Reeves Attorney General -Dennis T. Simmons, Kimbal Superintendent of Public Instruction Austin L. Cross, Thayer Superintendent of Insurance John Cannon, Rosedale State Printer W. L. Baldridge, Dexter v Progressive STATE United States Senator Victor Murdock, Wichita Governor Henry J. Allen, Wichita Lieutenant Governor William T. Beck, Holton Secretary of State Arthur H. Burtis, Garden City State Auditor Helen N. Eacker, Lawrence State Treasurer H. C. Livermore, Olathe Attorney General Carr W. Taylor, Hutchinson Superintendent of Public Instruction E. O. Deere, Lindsborg Superintendent of Insurance C. E. Logan, Quenemo State Printer Gomer T. Davies, Concordia Board of Irrigation S. C. Price, Hill City Furman A. Cook, Scott City H. B. Firestone, Cimarron Congressman 6th District Eva Morley Murphy, Goodland Prohibition Stete United States Senator Earl R. Delay, Sharon Governor Silas W. Bond, Miltonvale -Lieutenant Governor S. M. Hanlon, Sterling ' Secretary of State Charles A. Smith, Wellsville State Treasurer G. V. Rudd, Bel pre Superintendent of Public Instruction Miss Edith M. Salisbury, Ness City Superintendent of Insurance T. W. Cline, North Branch State Printer Chas. W. Newby, Alden Non-Partisan Justices of Supreme Court Charles W. Smith, Stockton Clark A. Smith, Cawker City Alfred Wv Benson, Ottawa George H. Buck man, Winfield Nelson Case, Oswego John S. Dawson, Hill City John A. Hanson, Lindsburg Ed C. Little, Kansas City John Marshall, Topeka Henry F. Mason, Garden City A. B. Reeves Dodge City Mrs. Lizzie S. Sheldon, Lawrence Judge 23rd Judicial District Lyman B Beardsley, Russell A. D. Gilkeson, Hays Harry Lewis Pestana, Hays E. A. Rea, Hays J. C. Ruppenthal, Russell I and family last Tuesday. Misses Luretta and Eva Hixson are visiting at the home of their grandmother, Mrs! J. W. Mar quand, this week. Miss Mildred Murphy, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tawney for several weeks, is visiting her uncle, H. H. Taw ney, and family this week. Ransom . The threshing season is now in full swing; the wheat .buying season havingbeen opened here Monday when Wm Sidebottom brought in seven loads of wheat andsold them to J. M. Kendall for 63 cents per bushel. Wheat is yielding well, going 22 to 35 bnshels per acre. Many farmers have their plows going and are preparing for another bumper wheat crop next year.' Mighty, .line weather we are' having cool and breezy with a flood rain every jtught which keeps every thing; ; growing.. We are expecting to- add roasting ears to our menu quite soon -now.' There was a large band of gyp sies passing through , here last Friday telling, fortunes, swapping-horses and the usual pro gram. We cannot help but wonder just how the public is being benefitted by the m ud slinging indulged in by Mr. Ringe of Ba zine and. Mr. Newcomer of Brownell which is being aired in the columns of the Ness- County Echo: Their harangue' though enlightening is not very uplift ing. Here's hoping they will soon. ring off. . . ... ,Miss Lulu -WentzeL. returned Friday night from Peru, Kans., where she had been visiting friends and will make; her - home with Mrs. Jos. Wray until her school begins next fall Ray Raredin came in Tuesday night from southwest Missouri and is shaking , hands with old friends. Lou Masterson of Wichita, Kans., now owner of the Wessa farm, is here looking after his property. Mrs. Louise Johannes of Fort Scott, Kans., came in Wednes day evening to help celebrate the eighty-fifth birthday anniversary of John Johannes, which function was held at the home of Albert Johannes. Miss Myrtle Vermillion and Miss Minnie Douglas returned from" Salina last week to spend theTr vacation at home. Rev. Lee Everhart and family left Sunday evening for Beaver, Okla., where they - will make their future home. Rev. Ever hart has a charge at that place. W. A. Doerschlag made a trip to Ness City Monday of this week. Hbbert Horscbem met with a painful accident Monday, when he was kicked in the chest by a horse while adjusting the har ness. Al Showalter and Elmer Clyne of Arnold were Ransom visitors Saturday. Tbe marriage of Mr. Ralph Randall and Miss Edith Barber, of Cyrus neighborhood, took place last Monday. The young people will make their home with Mr. Randall's parents on their fine farm. Their many friends here -wish them all happiness and prosperity. South Trego South Trego was presented to 3 1-2 inches of rain last Friday and several good showers since. Corn is surely looking good. Plowing and putting up millet is the order of the day now. Ora Lyons started his thresh ing outfit Tuesday at Clarence Repshires. - J. J. Michalies bought some corn from James Benisch. Mr; and Mrs. W. B. Cypher returned home Monday from Pratt, Kans., where they visited their daughter. Candidates are getting on the anxious seat these days. Minnie Bryant and Ralph Cy pher left for their home after having kept house for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cypher during their absence. The dances at Hobbick's and Culver's last Saturday and Sun day were largely attended and a good time reported. Mr. and Mrs. Day Cypher spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr.- and -Mrs. W. B. Cypher's home. " Mr. and Mrs. "A?Rr McKinley entertained the following guests at an ice 'cream social-last Sun day:. Messrs. and Mesdames Pete Schneider, Harm Schnei der", Will Schneider, James Ben isch, Silas McKune and Will Zimmerman. Pete Schneider sports a bran new crop of mustache since har vest is over. Miss Mary Dietz returned to her home Saturday after a stay in Russell, Kans. J. J. Fabricus is expected back from Colorado. So western Kan sas is good after all. -' : - Solomon Dienes, the carpen ter, is "putting the finishing touches on the Frank Benisch barn this week. - " Big Creek Twe nice rains fell in this part of the j county last week. , Feed is growing nicely since the rains. ' - Glass brothers started their threshing outfit last week. It is reported that A. W. Nel son has some wheat that is mak ing 30 bushels per acre. " Will Lutz started" threshing his bundle grain last week. Martin Teeters has leased the Staplin farm . and expects to move onto it this week. John Karst and sons expect to hold a sale in the near future to dispose of their property and move to Idaho. Mr. 'and Mrs. L. O. Derringer visited with T, C. Feezor and family Sunday . John Herbert shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City last week. Jos. Keagy has treated himself toanew Ford auto.. . .Harry Chase resumed his du ties as- carrier on Route 2 Mon day with a new Ford. Frank Bowman returned to Trego county to help his father with his harvest. Geo. Stegman started thresh ing last week. Candidates seem to be as scarce as hen's teeth as there has been only one around in this neck of the woods. Several of the farmers in this locality have started their plows. Pioneer All of us have been busy for a few days putting up hay. Hudson Harlan is digging a pit silo. .John Saleen expects to start his threshing machine next Mon day. S. E. Campbell has been thresh ing some for his neighbors this week. - The F. E. & C. U. No. 724 had a very slim meeting Friday night Only 3 present but several of the boys paid their dues in Wa-Keeney Saturday. , W. A. Tawney reports fine work from his little 24x40 Racine separator. We are glad to know it rained again last Friday and Saturday nights. Something over an inch fell in our vicinity. This makes us feel better when we look at our corn fields. C. F. Reeves and family took dinner last" Sunday with the Kel logg 's. Misses Essie and Alta Cars well, who have been visiting at Kellogg's, left last Thursday for their home near Alton. Guy G. Blakely and wife were in Ogallah last Sunday. It is reported that Gile Rhoden went to Hays last Sunday. We wonder what was the attraction? V. Hubalek never got through cutting wheat until this week on account of the rain. Mrs. I. H. Phares spent sever al days last week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton. Mr. Eaton brought her home Monday. - State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lucas county, ss. Frank J. Cheney -makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cbeney & Co., doing business in tbe city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of BxtL'S CATABEE CUKB. Frank J. Chenit. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1886. (Seal) A. W. 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