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IL TP A UT Wednesday, Thursday aped Friday 4 1914 PJE1M'2, 3 sifii v. , - fefejffi N - ' - - Fast and Snappy Ball Games Every Day. Two Band Concerts Daily. Opening With an Old Settler's Picnic Wednesday. Parade will Start at 10:00 A. M. Thursday Agriculture and Horticulture Display. Friday Horse and Colt Show, Conducted by K. S. A. C. THOMAS O'TOOLE, President S. J. STRAW, Secretary CORRESPONDENCE Collyer E. .T. TiUon hauled a load of Trunks to Wa-Keeney Tuesday. Several from here are attending the Baptist convention at Iliil City this week. Mrs. J. C. Brewn from Springfield, Mo., is visiting with J. II. Jeatrich and family. Miss Elizabeth Harrison of Opal 1 ah is spending tire -week with !er broth er ana family. Miss Anna Tiezak returned home Monday evening after a two weeks stay in Quinter. J. J. Harrison went to Ellis Mon day and brought -back an up-to-date Buick touring car. Miss Louise LSTessler returned to Russell Sunday -evening after a weeks visit with honk folks. Harry Allison fias purchased a; brand new motorcvcle. Bow girls don't all speak at once. Bob Brierus and'Clade Margin from 3 Utica -were in this Amry the lore part of the week buying: eattle. E. M. Conele and wife, from Iel phos Kansas are -soendinfr tie week with a. 1). Tilton and family. Chas. Kazak has opened up a res taurant in the Hobl building where Overboils forn.erly.were located. The Dance at Razak's liall last Sat urday rc-ijrlit wc is wet; attend-ed in spite of tiie threatening- weather. Chas. Hildebr&ndt lefi for Russell Sunday nitrbt after a weeks stay. He is helping-liis brother, Chris tlisesh. Last Sunday afternoon at .3 o'clock a very jirefctv wedcin toaJc place at G. I). Tilton's. wjien Mjiss Esttlla Brown and Claretice Tiiton were joined in tlie holy .bonds of matri mony. Rev. Chas. Harper of Elife. officiating. Yhey .Iwth liava many friends who wislr.tbeni a l&ng and happy Journey ihrougfc life. Ransom Mr. -Shejwood e Arnold was a f ian-ao-m visitor last .Monday. Sr. Linn .of parte in Oklahoma 'as In our city talking real .estate iast week. Miss Anna Agle returned Sundaf from a visit with hr sister,' Mrs. Georgia Blackburn ax ClafiQ. Mrs. Monger of Topeka, iiansas 4bm in iast week for a visit with httt daughter, Mrs. Roy Davis. Mrs. Omr Sidebotton is running' iu wernu-snweir creamer; aunng vive a.jGcece oi Airs, j on n tiiocKsoine. The younjr people of the M. E. cnurcn re preparing a speeiaJ pro , gram ior raur aay wuich will be September Cth. C. Z. Miller has purchased a new Jford car recently from th Utiea agent. They are getting quite com mon in these parte. Mrs. J. Coppersmith and children have rented the W. A. Scott place in the north part of town and are living there at present. Austin McEntire of Parsons Kan sas, was in our city one day this week and was looking over some real estate with a view of locating here this fall. Mighty pleasant weather we are having now sunny days and cool nights, when the air is so chilly it makes one think of the coming frosts. Ed Curtis is spending the end of his vacation here with .relatives and friends. He will again be employed as principal of schools at Benington, Kansas. Mrs. Arthur Holmes and children are visiting relatives here at present. They are on their way to parts in eastern Kansas where they will make their future home. John Ostendorp of Little River was in our city and county last week and said things looked good to him here this year and that the crop on his place has made up for the failures lately and more too. Wilbur West of Denver, Colorado and Arthur Giddings of Arnold were in our city last Friday. Mr. West has been visitinar his sister, Mrs. Gid-ding-, the past week and expects to be here for some time. There has not been much ground plowed for wheat this fall in this vicinity, mainly because the farmers nave not naa rime to spare from their work on the wheat crop, tout never the-less we expect to see a very large acreage of wheat sown if the fall rains come. Just one week more and the stud ents freedom is at an end for this year. Many of our young- people are prejjaring' to atted an eastern col lege and tmivers-ity this winter and our High echool will be larger than ever and ijere's hoping that it will be a profitable, -pteasant winter for veiT )ad ind ;assi, Big Creek Plowing Shas bee a week. good since 3ast A goodnin fell in this ricinity "Tuesday night of last week. John G'iKS and family took dinneri) witn Jlrs. s las parent's last Sunday. Frank Phillips of Kansas Citv has piilied the jpeople in and around Eilis for 12 or 14Overlanc cars in the last five days. Samuel Gi&ss had the mwfortunelgnterest of oliV Fair. ii juusc ins uts.ru, naniiess asa some gran by lightning last Tuesday evening. He has our deepest sym pathy in his trouble. ' The Union services held .bv the Methodists and Congrefeationalist of .bins in the airflome on Sunday eigh oi eacsi weeK nave been lndennetel discontinued fraai last Sunday night, Vodi Getting a little cool these mornings Cliff Baker bougtit some -cattle of Htiman iSnricbs this week George York was using Voda streets, Wednesday. Mre. R. Owens was isiting friends in at-iveeney, weane&aay John Best, is here from . Colorado .looking after his share of wheat. Gerhard Mussemann spent Sunday sum ii er. Wedding: bells were ringing west of Mrs. J. W, Spena is assisting Mrs. A. U. fcchwanbeck during threshing. Harry Allison of Collyer was the guest oi Walter and Albert Krhut, eunaay. Ig Brown has a cook at his place wonaer ii sue win oe permanent or temporary? Chas Connor, jr., was visiting the Keid children in Ogallah the fore part of the week. Most of the wheat around Voda ts threshed and all made over an aver age of thirty bushels. J. M. Zeman is here with his threshing rie and is knocking out the grain at a rapid rate. Misses Vivian Owens and Italic Poffenberger spent several days with Mis. Beard well of Togo. Albert Khrut spends nearlt every evening in Wa-Keeney. Wonder what the attraction is? Pete Reidel made a flying trip to Hays, Sunday evening, returning homejon the morning passenger. Mrs Knapp's sister, who was with her the past week, returned t her home in Russell, last Sunday morning. AEROPLANE FOOTS By One of the Most Daring and Spec tacular Aviators in America RA1P A Wrestling Match to a finish between Jack Wood the local "boy and Joe Kopecky of Texas s These are the most evenly teatched pair of mat artists ever put on here, and both boys are out to win at Jones Garage, "Wa-Keeney, Saturday, August 29, 1914 at 9:00 o'clock p. m. Admission 25c Ladies TYee or &ale Grain I)rill in good run ning order. J. R. Wilson Adv. 26tf For loans on your farm, call on the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 2 it adv. Miss Lillian Chalk returned home from Hays the latter part of the week. Jack Wood and Joe Kopecky will wrestle at Jones'5 garage, Saturday night. Mrs. C. A. Richardson of Plain- ville visited with Mrs. F. C Wollner this w eek. Prof. Reppert arrived in the city Friday morning for a few days visit with friends. Johnnie Hixson and Stan Straw- were Hill Citv visiters Monday in the All pleasure loving people should attend the wrestling match at Jones' garage, Saturday evening. Misses May Currv, Blanche and hGeldie Gorrei attended the Baptist meeting at Hill City" last Sunday. Xliss Edna Walker is taking care of Mrs. John Clark, who lives on the C. H. Benson farm near Ogallah, this week.. Mrs. Ida Pierson has rented the house north of the Baptist church, recently vacated by the WTallace fam ily ani will soon occupy it. Mrs. Chas. Inglis who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. T. B. Hays. for some time departed Friday morn ing ior ner home at Milwaukee, Wis. . Wm. Bower came in from Ottawa naosas, n naay morning. He is on bis way to Collyer to look after his wheat interest there comprising 600 acres. Otto Young of Franklin townshiD, who has been on a big trade for Idaho land is at Filer, Idaho, looking over me property ji every tning is an rignt ice traoe win oe mace. The deal involves 40,000. - The editor made a trio over route i last Monday and found the roads in very bad shape in places. The onlv good road is from the Walker corner to urimm s. xhis is a bad state of affairs and it shows a lack of appre ciation on the part of the patrons of this route. The trustees of Wa-Kee ney and Collyer townshiD had better get busy, also patrons, if they want this route to continue. We don't ex pect patrons to work the roads in the busy season, but we suggest as soon as the rush is over this fall thatevery patron oi me ronte get together and fix up the roads. The township boards claim they have no funds on hand hence it is up to the patrons to go to work and make this the best route in the county. All pull toe-eth er and fix up tbe roads on this route. An inspector will be along one of these fine days and inquire about the roads on the routes and we will have to report that route 3 is in bad shape and he w ill make a trip over it and may order it discontinued until tbe roads are put in good condition. McRffl For regular easy, natural constipation, action of the bowels movements, relief of try Doan's Regulets. 25 cents at all stores Adv For Sale Avery threshing outfitin good older, 20 horse power engine, 36x60 separator. L. A. Krhut, Collyer, Kans Adv-12 One of the many advantages in using White Elephant Flour is in the smaller amount required as against other flours. The Star Grocery Adv-10 Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for disease. For pure blood and sound digestion Burdock Blood Bitters. At all drugstores. Price, $1.00 Adv. E. L. Wallace and family left for Ellis the first of the week where Mr. Wallace lias purchased a bakery and will engage in that business. We are sorry to lose the Wallace family but hope they will be happy and prosperous in their new location. Brown Tilt on On Suuday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock August 23rd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Tilton occurred the mar riage of their son, George Clarence and Miss Mary Estella Brown. The ceremony was held in the grove where line preparations were made ior ine occasion ana a long table was placed where the company was served with an abundance of ice cream and cake. A large number of vounir people were present, with the family totaling nearly fifty. The bride was oeauwruiJv aressed in blue silk and the groom in blue woostered. Many beautiful, useful and expensive pres ents were received. The couple are well, and favorable known in this community. They will reside north of Collyer where they will receive their many friends J. he marriage was solemnized bv the Rev. Chas. W. Harper of the first Congregation church in Ellis, who was pastor of the families for six jears. - x x Arthur Capper Stands Well at Home Arthur Capper. Republican candi date, for governor, broke all records iu me recent anawne county prim aries, receiving 10,115 votes. This is the largest vote ever eiven to anv candidate in any prinary in Shawnee county, either Republican or Demo cratic, this year or any other, and it is also the largest vote given by anv county this year in the entire state to any candidate on either ticker. Mr. Capper got the solid women vote of 'lopeka. He was also unusually strong with the labor vote of the first and Second wards. These wards have usually been stronplv lueuiutrsuc at previous primaries, uovernor lioages' vote in the Shaw nee primary on Tuesday was 1,444 ana Henry Allen polled 317 rotes. Chairman Gafford of the Rennh- ncau committee says. j t iooks very ujucii to me as ii Armor capper and the Republican ticket v. ill sweeo the state in November. Our reports show that Capper has a bitr vote all over, the state, leading tbe ticket in almost every county. To Patrons and Students of Tra County Hih School The first term of 1914-15 season will begin September 7th. For those who have been working during the sum mer to gain admission to the High Scbool-or to gain additional credits, an examination will be given in tbe High School rooms Friday and Satur- I day, August 28 and 29th. Students desiring places to board or to rent rooms may receive valu able information from the principal. Persons who desire to board pupils during the year or who have houses or rooms to rent w ill aid us in locat ing inquires by notifying us of your wishes. During the following weeks the principal will call upon the Common school graduates in Trego Coruty and any help he may be able to givs pat ron or pupil will be cheerfully given. Please be prepared to make good use of him-at this time. Respectfully J. H. Niesley Notice Revised courses of Study for both the rural and city schools will be ready for distribution the first week in September. Three bi-montbiy examinations will be heldduring the year as follows: Te same dates for city as for rural schools. First Thursday and Friday, Octo ber 29 and 30, 1914. Second, Thursday and Friday, Dec ember 17 and 18, 1914. third, Thursday and Friday, Feb ruary 18 and 19, 1915. .me common scnool Diploma ex amination as provided by law of 1913 will be held Saturday April 3, and Saturday April 10, 1915. Carrie A. Stradal, Adv. County Supt. Catarrh Cannot Be Cnred with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the di sease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu tional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best pijjsiciaus hi tins country ror years ana is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifi cjo, t iing uirectiy on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination r l . . : i - . . ums twu jugreaients is what pro duces such wonderful results in cur ing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. X J. CHENEY & CO., Props., xoieao, u. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation Adv. money! joney:i Money;:! on your farms. When you want a loan on your farm call at the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 27 adv SEND FOR CATALOGUE Kansas State Agricultural CoIIere ScfcoI at Aaricnltm Three-rear courses In Suuleota admitted from common scooote. CbB mi Asriraharo mad Khdusjc Arts Witn fourrfear courses in Agriculture. Enrinrint Borne Eoooomics, and Veterinary Medicine. Students admitted from standard high scboois. Iddress President. Kansas State Aon cu Kuril College. (Correspondence Courses.) Box 3, Manhattan. 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I. c First published August 89. 1914 Notice of Application to Purchase School Land ne will, on the I4th. iiu v .f ..... , ... . make an application to the Probate Court of" low ids described school land, situated in the organized county of Treeo Kansas, viz: the Northeast quarter and the northwest quar ter and tile Southwest omrlrr anH lb..n.k east quarter of the northwest nnm.r f Section 36. Township 14. Ranee r5. . He names the ffiiini.,.. ........ . . ...... iisvua iu 1IIOVC his settlement, continuous, residence, and improvements, vix- rhr,P. i.., i ; dence. Franklin township and- M. A. ChamI ocr lain residence Franklin township Done at Wa-Kenev .. rr. SUte of Kansas, this 24th day of AugTist. ii4. W. A. HIATT, (First published Ant. a. ion Administrator's Notice State of Kansas. Treiro county, ss: In the county iiuvaiciiiLutia in and lor said and state. Notice is heoeby ariven. that ittr. ministration upon the estate of John w Biael- late of Treeo Coutiy. Kansas d' ceased, have been fnnid , A .7 "JT: e f WiTS -r-rooate ourt ... . ... . v.. iicu, ueannar oate the AU persons having rlaima acrainot : .i tate are reauired tn rhihit . .... . allowance, within one year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate: and if such chms be not exhibited within two years from the t,m,e of the publication of this notice, they will beforever barred. ' Dated this lBth day of August A. D. 1914. M A TTI 1, BUILIT. tuminisirainx. for the estate of Joan W. PA iJiakeiy, deceased.