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CARP EINTER S When you buy our tools once, no other; you will find ours good. When you buy our Hardware once, no matter what it may be. You will always be our customer. Our High-Grade Hardware and low prices bring customers back to us.- . ' THE WA-KEENEY HARDWARE GO. i JT' S Pill, To Head-Off a Headache TJotHii is Better tkn Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pill They Gvm Relief Without Bad After-Effect., "I can "ty that Ir. .Miles Kenn edies Ha-x been - s;oisericl to me a nd my Tam i ly. I ired to have such terrible headsone I -would al most be -wild for days wt a. time. I Vepran xrsinc; rr. Mikee' Anti-Pain Pills -and never have those head acbf jmy more. I csen peak highly of Ur. -Miles' Nerviyre alxo for it cured one of my c)iifdrxa-of a terrible nervoue disorder. 3 can always I&k l good -word 5rr your Rem edies smd have reeommended them to rood many of my "friends who have teen -well pleaded with them." . MRS. GEO. H PRTAN. s Janeeville, Iowa. For Sale by Druggists. 25 Doses, 2?5 Cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind. IATARRH TTna Ens Jone "rFondeV J"or.3Se. I as So Wak. Mrs. M. F. Curry. P. O. Box. 6 15. JP e t e iieburg, writes: "1 have been trotT.!e:1 -with uitemol ca tarrh since my KirHuxxL, arid was sick In aed three m on t Ji m . When I v.a Able to met u I was cewealc nd x thin I could -hardly waJk. What X ait dtea Treed - mitii ram.- I bad stom&eii and liver - trovrble. and my feet a. n d - limbs were nolleo so I could scarcely disc around. . "I took Feruna and. 'It haa done wonders for me. My cure was a nr prirm to lay friends for they never ex-j-! ed to see me well again. I just tooir two Dottles of Peruna after doe-lorin- for live months and crowing ur sUl tbe time." ."." Continuous Headache. Mrs. Esther M. Milner. Box 191. Te Gra.1T. Ohio, writes: "I was a ter rifcle s-jfferer from internal catarrh, -r.d had the headache continuously. I was not ahle to do my housework lor inywelf and - -hand. "You recom j.iended Perem took four bottles tTid was comu;.-. -y cured. I think ppnina a. wonderfcl medicine and tove- recommended It to my friends." Some exceptional bargains in land, also exchanges J. T. W.Cloud, Real Estate and Exchange Adv. 32 5 a, 5 " t " I you will take Western Kansas World H. S. G1VLER. Pub. issued every iiQPday an entered into tbe ostofflce at Wi-Keeney, Kansas, as second riass matter. -- ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION er year in advance -SI. 00 tSTABUSHED MMtCH 2. 1879. Saturday, January 30, 1915 Smoked meats at Bakers', adv Money to loan.. See E. D. Wheeler ad Pure Home Made Lard at Baker's. Mrs. Chase Wilson is on the sick list thi-s week. Abstracts of tit !e made promptly at reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. adv L. C. G Season has been quite sick during the past week. Hie photo studio will be open February and 9 Ad v. 48 2tc Quite a number from here attended the Maude Powell concert at Hays last Wednesday evening. Last Saturday morning was the coldest morning o far this winter, the mercury registering 10 below zero. a-7of. V. M. Eeppert was at TSHs- worth Sunday with Mrs. Reppert w.bo is there receivinar treatment at tbe hospital Russell Record. -A -special collection will be taken at the Presbyterian hurch. unday, January 3ist. This-coi lection will be laken at the church-services. oraie Tlwroughbred Rhode Is land Red cockerels -at "75c each. J. O. Emutson, R 3., onld Finch ranch. I jmfs. uimuara returned from Ogal Ufa, where she hss been for several mouths taking care of Mr. and Mrs. Josuua Musgrave Ellis Headlight. For SaJe Fnll blood White Wvan- dotte Cockerels fie blocky fellows at SI.0 ach or .3 er more Toe. each. Mrs. ti. F. Christy, Route 1 Adr 48 4t. - AV. A. i)oerchlag went to Stafford wednesda-v. Miss Aoes Schreiber assitd in the po6toflioe during his Absence Eaoeoea Cor. ia K-ess Coun ty Sews. m. feehfeniLlr wa in , Russell Sunday, lie had been to Wa-Keeney oa a tusifte8 Arip. J4r. and Mrs. Schrenklr '-n Jv at Kaaa City. Ala Russell Record. a. i umneim, sr. was taken to Kansas City Sunday night and under went an operation oa Monday. He is reported to be getting along fine an9 will be home in a week or ten days Ellis Headftgut. Harry Welsh, who has resided in Canada for the past few years, arrived from there, Saturday, to visit bis mother, Mrs. George Bloeksome, who has been very poorly for sometime Ransom Cor. in Jless County News. On last Tuesday at St. , Mary's church in Ellis Miss Ludwicka Lan dauer and Fred Mahl berg were united in marriage, .Rev." Fr. Philip, per forming the ceremony, using the ring service. The best man. was Joseph Landauer and the bridesmaid was Mary Landauer and the witnesses were Frank Tauscher and Mary Ntw berger :Ellis Headlight. Subscribe for the world. ... .. , r-resh beef at Baker's. " adv . The Wa-KeeneV State Bank - makes farm loans -Adv. 48 3t. A. B. Cooper was on the sick list the first ot the week Utica Enter prise. - Booth's celebrated seal shipped oysters .at Bakers. 50 cents a quart. Adv-40. Martin Teeters spent a couple days this week at Colljer, on business Ellis Headlight. Remember the R. T. .Bean studio will be open McDday and Tutssday, February 8 and 9 Adv 48 2t. Mrs. Rob't, Benson, of Banner, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Per kins, of this city, for several days Utica Enterprise. . There will be a Farmers' Union dance in Razak hall at Collyer, Fri day evening, February 12. Every body invited Adv 48 2t. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Furbeck," a girl, on January 15, 1915, to whom they have given the name, Bett Mahree Ellis Headlight. ' For Sale 40 bushels of Persian grass or Hulse at $1.00 per bushel. Sample of seed at this office. J . W. Selberg, Bnnner, Kan. Adv 47 2t For Sale 32 Pure Bred R. C Rhode Island Red Cockerels. Price $1, $1.50 and $2. Thev are extra nice. Mrs. Ed. Blender, Hays, Kan Adv. 47 4t. The Ellis boys will go out to Glen coe Sunday and play a came of Bas ket Ball with the fellows in that sec tion of the country Ellis Headlight Next Tuesday is ground hog day and we'll bet a bottle of mineral water that the pesky little animal sees his shadow thus forecasting six weeks more of winter. Whether you want a big or little loan on your farm go to The Wa- Keeney State Bank, and they, will be glad to fit you out, to - suit your wants Adv. 48 3t. . J. Ed. Mumert called in this week, and by a slip of the tongue we called him Ed. Monroe. The first time we see Ed Monroe we shall apologize. Hill City Republican. Allen Toothacker, station agent at Wallace, spent several days in town this week. There seems to be some attraction here for Allen as he can't stay away very long at a time. The annual banquet of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges will be held at the 1- X). O. F. hall on February 11,1915. All Odd Fellows and Reb- ekahs and their families are cordially invited Adv. 48., Do not forget the concert Satur day evening by the Star Concert Company. This is an extra number by a hrst class company, free to all holders of season tickets and only thirty-nve and twenty-five cents to others. Leonard If oil went to Wa-Keeney, Monday, to meet hissister Miss Eliza beth, wlio was returning from Hays, where she had been attending school. Miss 5Joll has finished her work, but will not receive her diploma until spring. Ransom Cor. in ess County News. Last Monday evening Mr.' and Mrs. I. T. Purcell and son left for Santa Barbara, California, where tbey will visit Mrs. Purcell's mother. They will also visit other California points and visit the exposition before their return. Tley will be gone about two montlirs. Mesdames J. W. Phares,- W. Y. Herrick, J. C Cortright and Miss Carrie Stradal attended the Maude Powell ' violin recital at Hays last Wednesday night. They report the concert perfectly grand and say that Maude Powell is an artist of the highest attainment. A very sad accident occurred yes terday which resulted in tbe death of Samuel Ikenberry, the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S- Ikenberry. It is not known just how it happened but it is supposed that he slipped off of a heavy load of ice and the wagon fan over and crushed as he was found In the road.about 5;..mile8.- northwest 6f tow ruL, lie died without regaining consciousness as they were- carrying him into tbe house at Frank Stan ley's Qa inter. Advocate.- .- - - Tbe first of '.he week Miss Alma Courtney - Issued invitations for a re ception to be -held Wednesday after noon in one of the rooms upstairs over toe Courtney store when she formally opened her hairdressing parlor with i.s accessory departments of massage, manicuring, etc., to the public. The ladies of tbe -town re sponded to the invitation .and the parlor was well filled during tbe hours set for the reception. .- Refreshments were served and an enjoyable after noon was spent. This is a new addi tion to the town and Miss Courtney has especially fitted .herself, for all lines of this work and is able to give splendid satisfaction and is in every way worthy of the i atronage of the public esK porsr at Baker's. adv -Mrs. G. F.-Spearf Route 2 left the tiH Of the week for Nebraska, called here by the i'lness of relatives. Today (Friday) is Kansas' birthday and she is 54 years old having come into the union January 29. 1861. W, T. Larrabee, U. S. Deputy marsnal for this district, spent the Hiufrt of this week at home .with li s family. - - Representative , Kirby was home over Sunday. He says he likes the work fine and is taking hold of tbe job in good shape. The children of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Knapp, who have been seriously sick with scarlet fever, are now making nice recoverv. Mr. and Mrs. McCord of Topeka, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson. Mrs. McCord is a daughter of Mrs. Wilson. - , - Sheriff Allman left Thursday even ing for Topeka where he will, repre sent Trego county at the Kansas Day club-banquet Friday evening. N salesman wanted to look alter our interest in Trego and adjacent' coun ties. :; Salary or commission. Address Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O Adv 48 It. - f For Sale 1 good brood mare, new. John Deere-2-row weeder, gilts and 1 boar. G. N. Borden, 11 miles south and 1 mile west of Wa- Keeney. Adv 48 2t. Daniel Deitz and wife of Wa-Kee ney, were here the latter part or last week visiting Russell county rela tives. They returned home Monday evening Russell Record. Remember the concert Saturday evening, J anuary oO. 1 his is a stand ard, 50-cent attraction but the prices aie only 35 and 25 cents for adults and pupils, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dockendorf. of Wa-Keeney, came Sunday to attend the wedding of the former's brother, Will Dockendorf, and Miss Lizzie Wagner Russell Record.. For Sale Ash fence . posts season ed post 10 cents; green posts cut to order any size from 5 cents and up W. J. Skelton or W. H. Miles, Wa Keeney, Kansas. Adv 36tf. Bert Black man and wife visited here last week with Mrs. Blackman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Maulsby Bert is agent at Zurich, having been transferred from Kit Caison, Colo, He is having a vacation and spend part of it visiting relatives in the eastern part of the state Hill City New Era. . The big sale at the Trego Mercan tile has attracted much attention and the store has been obliged to keep an extra force of clerks every day. Many people say that the bar gains offered at this sale surpass any thing the store has ever had in the past. The values are certainly at tractive and it is now a good time to lay in a supply of things at very low prices. People should patronize the home merchant especially when they offer better values at less than mail order prices. ' This week J. J. Drummond and wile moved out of the restaurant so the building can be put in shape for the new postoffice. The building wiil have a few new additions and will be when finished, one of the nicest post- office buildings in this- part of the country. Mr. and Mrs. Drummond have enjoyed a good trade and en joyed a large patronage. They have the good- wishes of all their friends who were sorry to have them leave the restaurant business. Under Sheriff Watkins was in Ellis Wednesday evening with a young man by the name" of Harry Elms who is charged with stealing an automo- motaie and a couple of gold watches from John Yohe. Elms had been empioyea at tne lone ranch for a short time and - one day the first of the week when Mr. Yohe was in Ellis with' a load of w heat he took the above mentioned articles and left for Plainyille where be had some trouble over some gasoline. - "Wat" caught bis man At Palco and brought him to Ellis and took him before Judge Shields who continued tbe case until Saturday at 10. o'clock Ellis Head- lighv : Monday night about midnight Levi Neal, who lives about three miles north o Penokee, was awakened to find bis barn enveloped in flames and beyond all power to save. Four bead of horses, harness, grain and hay were lost. There was no sound com ing from within the barn, which indicated that tbe horses had proba bly been suffocated before he made the discovery of the fire. One span of the horses were extra good and a great loss to Mr. Neal, a loss not wholly expressed in dollars and cents. Tbe thoughts of a faithful team perishing- in the flames are sad ones to the man -who loves his horses." The barn was insured with M. W. Carney, but the stock, harness and feed were not covered in the policy. Just bow the fire started is a mystery. Hill City Republican. John F. Jones made a business trip to Collyer and Quinter, Monday. - Gerhardt Mussemann had to have a part of his thnmb amputated one day this week- as a result having it caught in a pump which was being run by a gasoline engine. John Faulkner of Morlan township. left via "Wa-Keeney for Omaha Tues day morning" to : visit relatives and friends. He will visit in Iowa be fore returning Hill City New Era. John Wallace of Hoyt,' Kansas, spent about a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C Steinberger, and while here looked around with a view of possibly locating in the spring. Mr. Wallace is a relative of Mr. Steinberger's Mr. Reppert re fe reed a basket ball game between Wilson and Wa-Kee ney at Wilson, Friday night, " where the score was 36 to 34 in favor of the home team. The next night Wa-Kee ney beat Ellsworth at Ellsworth 16 to 25. This week. Russell plays Hays at Hays, Thursday and Wa-Keeney at Wa-Keeney Friday night Russell Record. C L. r rye aad H. H. Cawley were up from Franklin township last Sat urday and were pleasant callers at this office.- In publishing the town ship report of Franklin townshipsev eral errors were made which these gentlemen (township officers) correct ed, as follows: Florem Posse, road work 29.09; correct axount 20.09. Township board services in Decem ber $12.00; correct amount $14.00. Order No. 37 A. Frazier, road work $4.50. Balance on hand $13.51; cor rect amount $20.51. Stop the Child's Colds They Often Re sult Seriously Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough are children's ailments hich need immediate attention. The after-effects are -often most serious. - Don't take the risk you dont have too. Dr. King's New Discovery checks the cold, soothes the cough, allays the imfiammatlon, kills the germs and allows nature to do her healing work. 50c. at your druggist. Buy a bottle to-day Aiiv. Steam Laundry Coming F. W. Loyles is moving his steam laundry to Russell from Wa-Keeney. He has leased the Holland building north of the United Brethren parson age and is setting tbe machinery up this week. Mr. Loyles will have no difficulty making a success of his enterprise if he gives his patrons gooa service, nis iamiiy consists oi a wife and hree children and he is moving them to Russell today Bus- sel Record. MANY DISORDERS COME FROM THE LIVER Are You tlust At Odds with Yourself? Do You Regulate Living? Are you sometimes at odds with yourself and with the world? Do you wonder what ails you? True you may be eating regularly and sleeping well. Yet something is the matter! Consti pation, headache, nervousness and bilious spells indicate asluggish liver. The tried remedy is Dr. King's New L.ire .fills, only z cents at your druggist. Bucklen's Arnica salve for skin eruptions. Adv. Weather Kesort Maximum and minimum tempera ture according to. the government thermometer at Wa-Keeney for th week ending Wednesday noon. Max. Mis. Thursday 32 Friday ... 1-5 10 -5 -10 Saturday 25. Sunday 35. Monday 33 . 9 Tuesday '. 40... 18 Wednesday .- 31. . 3 Last Saturday morning was the coldest we have had this winter, the mercury being ten degrees below zero, Student Puts Up Ice ta Pay Way Through College Hays, Kan., January 25 The mon ey which was putting John McKnight. a 20-year-old student of the Fort Hays Aormal, from Banner, Kan., through college gave out at the end of the first semester. He wanted to go this semester, which began-this week. He discovered that the Normal Din ing Club was negotiating- -for the year's supply of ice. His bid was ac cepted, although he had no ice in sight. He, rented a small plot of ground on one corner of the campus and built a typical western Kansas ice house on a large scale. The nor mal has several thousand acres of the old military reservation at its command and McKnight put his ice plant, in a convenient place. Chaff, straw, kafir stalks and dirt were the materials be used. This week he has a force of students cutting tbe ice from Big Creek. He will store f mm 60 to 75 tons and the profits will send him to school the balance of the school year Capital. - CASTOR I A Par Infants and Children. Tta Rcl Yea Km Ahrsp lzz Bears the Signature of For Sale Extra fine. Thorough bred Duroc J ersey Boars,' $5.00 each. Ad 48 2t. H. C Fry ant. nh one 966. Children's Coughs Children's Colds : Both Are Serious When one of your little ones shows symptoms of an" approrching cold. give it Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey at once. - It acts quickly, and prevents the cold growing worse. Very healing soothes tbe lunirs. loosens the mucous, strengthens the system. It's guaranteed. Only 25c at your drug gist. Buy a bottle today. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Sores Adv. . How's This? - We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that car not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obli gations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK of COMMERCE Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taUen inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Sold by druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. - Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation Adv. (First published January i3. . 1915) Sheriff s Sale In theUistrict Court of the S3rd Judicial Dis trict, silting in ana tor me -uouuty ot Treto. in the State of Kansas. John p. Bribe's, plaintiff vs John Saleen. J. P. Anderson and Etta An derson, defendants. By virtue of an or.ier of sale issued to me. out of said District Court, in the above enti tled action. I will on Tuesday, the 23 day of f eoruary a. u. iwi.. at Z:W o ciocx p. m., of said day, at tbe wtsi front door of the court bouse in toe city of Wa-Keeney, in tne coun ty of Tresro. in tbe Slate of Kansas, offer at public sale, ana sell to tne big-best and best bidder, for cash i hand, all the following described real estate, towitt Tbe southwest Qu.irter ot seetlon seven teen U7), township thirteen 1 13). range twenty-two 22), west of tbe 6th P.M.; lyine and situate in the County of Trego, in tbe State of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is di rected by said order of sale to be sold with out appraisemeut, to satisfy said order of sale. E. W. ALLMAN -Sheriff. Frank O. Johnson anil S. M. Hutzel Attorneys for Plaintiff . (First published in Western. Kansas World January 30, 1815) Administrator's Notice of Hearing Peti tion to Se!l Real Estate f o all to whom it may concern, and more es pecially to Charloiie E. Sweet, Frances L Snelliriir. Carrie S. Piersee, George K. Sweet. Emma L. Sweet. Anna C. Parrish. Josephine A. Glover. Charles W. Sweet. Nellie E. Rosier, Frank Sweet, heirs at law and guardian's ad litem of heirs at law of Charles W. Sweet, ueceased, late of Treeo. county. Kansas. You are hereby ratified that I. George B. Sweet, administrator of said deceased, did on the 23rd day of January A. D. 1915, file a peillJOU 111 Lilt inuiuic luui l v; i i i . w -'..'. tyKansas. prayinu mat I might be autboriz--i . i ...-.,.-..-.., i . ..ii ihp fniiowincr de scribed laud, for the purpose of paying the debts and cost of administration, of sajd. es tate, towit: - The west half of the southeast quarter., and the south half oi the southwest quarter of section eight in -..iwnship eleven south. range twenty-tvo. west of the eih P. M. in Trego county, Kansas, the same being sub ject to first and second mortgages of Woo, and t500. respectively., Also a school land .-bntract from the state of ivansas for the southeast ouarter of sec tion twenty in towi.nip eleven south, range twenty-two, west of the tit h P. M.; in Trego county, Kansas, suoject to deferred pay ment of $423. And said petition will be heard at the office of the probate judue of said county, on the 15tb day of February A. L. 1915. at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day, at which time and place each of you and all others interested are no tified to be preseni and show cuase. if any you have, why an order of sale as prayed for should not be granted. Dated thisSSrd day of January A. r. 1915. UEOKGE B. SWEET. Administrator. ROAD NOTICE State of Kansas, Trego County, ssj To whom it may concern: Take notice that a legal petition signed by Wm. Nelson and other householders of Riverside township in-said county has been presented to the board of county commissioners, praying for the location of a road as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of section one (1), township fourteen (14), range twenty-one (21), thence running one and one-half miles south to the southwest corner of the north west quarter of of section twelve (12), township fourteen (14), range twenty one (21), thence west two miles on the south line of the north half .or sec tions ten (10) and eleven (11), to the southwest corner of the northwest corner of section ten (10). townshio fourteen (14), range twenty-one (21). and there terminating, and that' tbe said board has appointed the board of county commissioners as vieweis who whi meet at the point of beginning of said road as petitioned for on the 15th day of February, 1915, and pro ceed to view said road at 2 o'clock d. m. as the law directs: at which time and place all persons may attend and have a hearing; in case said viewers fail to meet on the day designated, they may meet on the following day as provided by law without further notice. Witness, my hand and the official seal of said. county this 5th day of January, 1915. ... Attest: . C. H. Benson, Seal . 47 County Clerk.