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YOU VVN IKD it ir Save yourself the trouble of looking "around." Come strait to us and get what you need. We've got it. - The quality of our hardware is the best in the land. t Long experience has taught us which brands to handle. " It's a "sure shot" you'll get the best hardware when you buy from us. THE WA-KEENEY HARDWARE CO. The Western Kansas World And . - The Kansas City Weekly Journal $1.00 For Both Papers Just the Price of The World This oiler is good t cither new r renewals of sabsriptiects to WESTERN KANSAS WORLD You want vimr home paper for all the nevs of this county, and you 'also wantq; know what is goin on over t he world, especially v this time when all eyes are turned to the European war. Besides (riving- von the news from air over the world The Kansas City Weekly Journal wilt furnish you a splendid market, short stories, Sunday School lessjh and a splendid editorial page. What better News Service Could You Get Than Thee Papers? If you are now a subscriber to the World all you have to do is to pay your subscription one year and in addition we will send vou that great publication. The Kansas City Wee)y Journal One Year.. If you are not a subscriber you should not wait, but send us your subscription at once with remittance. Rememlier both papers one year for only SI. 00 which is tire pric,e of the World alone. This offer good until April 1, 1015.' Address, The World Wa-Keeney, Kansas. w'HrJ'' r V -,-9 Reserve Your Rooms For The Big EXPOSITION Sl.OO to $2.00 a Day Address HOTEL THORJAS Next Door to Everything in San Francisco 971 Mission Street ' ON DIRECT CAR LINES TO THE EXPOSITION AND DEPOTS . Francisco, Western Kansas World ... H.S.6IYLER.Pn. waned every Sa.urdaj arw entered into the ntoflceit Wa-Keeney. Kansas, .as seoond !ae matter. - ' - TERMS OF-.STJBSCRIPTIOI,, t rear m advance... . SI .00 ESTABUSHO MARCH 2. .1879. SaTTJKDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1915 Smoked meats at Bakers', ad v Money to loan. See B. D. Wheeler ad Pure Home Made Lard at Baker's. Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. adv The photo studio will be open February 8 and 9. Adv,. 48 2t. Booth's celebrated seal shipped oysters at Bakers. 50 cents a quart. Adv-40. ' Subscribe Jor: the- woeld. The Wa-Keenev State Bank- snakes farm loans Adv. 4g 3t. Sheriff A 11 man was down from Wa Keeney, Tuesday Ellis Headlight. Good clean seed barley tor sale by Olson brothers. Ogallah, Kans., phone U07 Adv. 49 2t." . . - -Tom North up of Quinter was In the city last Saturday between trains visiting his brother, O- L. Remember the R. T. Bean -studio will be open Monday and Tuesday, February 8 and 9.' Ad v 48 2t. There will be a Farmers' Union dance in Raxak hall at Collyer, Fri day evening, February 12. Every body invited.;Adv 48 2t. For Sale 32 Pure Bred R. C Rhode Island Red Cockerels. Price 1, tl.50 and i Tbey are extra nice. Mrs. Ed. Blender, Hays, Kan Adv. 47 4t. FTesh beef at Baker's.- adv . EL Ct-Waldd was up from Ellis last Saturday on business.' -: Representative' " Kirby has our thanks for House Journals received daily. H- M. Smith left the first of tbe week for Missouri. He will be gone several weeks. ' Wanted Car . of cane seed.- Arch Eppler, at Blue Front Implement House. Adv 49tf Chas. Delaney, who has been here several weeks marketing his wheat. left the first of the week for Fredonia. Forest Eaton, a nephew of Mrs. J. H. Poffenberger, was a visitor from Grinnell arfew days the first of the week. M. W.Mason, the boss auctioneer, is having hard luck. He lost four nice calves from black leg the first of the week. ' O. L. 3ortLup returned home last Saturday morning from Kansas City where he attended the Lumberman's convention. v Miss, Edith Ruflner returned last Wednesday'evening from Hovt, where she has been visiting with home folks for the past two months. jjown at uussen they are going to nominate city omcers by holding a primary election. Why not Wa- Keeney try this method? W.J. Skeiton was in from his ranch on the Saline last Saturdayand made us a pleasant call. Mr. S. has a lot of alfalfa hay for sale at $5.00 per ton Mr. ana Mrs. L. C. Gleason of the north Saline Were Wa-Keertev visitors last Tuesday visiting Mrs; Gl Jason's sister, "Mrs. Pi-erson. Lou and the editor took in tlje picture show in the ewning. . M. Fjnley was ep from Ellis, Sunday. '- He is going to open a real estate office in 'South'westera Colpra. do, and is trying to" induce -' Western Kansas Tanners to take "up home steads ivi that country. W. C. P. Rhoades and J. M. Rinker represented Wa-Keeney Hnion at the meeting of the Stat Farmer's TJnion at Topeka this week. Dick Owens and I)ofph "Schwanbeck represented Vocia T?nion at this meeting. Harry Evans of 'Denver, is vSsiting at "the iioirre of his in other, 5Its. An na Evans. This, is Harry's first visit to . Wa-Keeney for a number f years. He his been confined to the laouse for tlie lat ten days with a severe cofd John Musgrrave was up from Opal lah tlie first of the week md during a conversation 'stated he looked for -wheat to go to S2.00 a bushel and that he had about 3,000 fcushels and his brot her George about-3,000 bush el on hand. Wednesday and ThursOay evening the Garden Theater put on a vaude ville -stunt in which two, trained bears were the attraction. A wrest ling match between , tlie beaj-s and small boys created considerable ex citement. The large bear looked as though life held but little Joy'and was-so melancholy looking that he excited pity rather than nrirth. James Feenev of Togo was a visi tor t-o Wa-Keeney last Saturday and during a. conversation tated that abotrt the time wlieat was being rushed to market last fall that he had o much other work on hand takmg care of the corn and kafir corn crop that lie could not pet his wheat to market when it was selling for 90 cents and SI. 00 per bushel. He now lias T.UOO bushels to sell and has-been congratulating himself that the work which' kept him from hauling wheat piled up just when it did for he will now be able to sell for the unpreced ented price of $1.50 per boeliel The jRaaar Facterf .V. T. Miller's safety razor factory described in these columns several weeks ago s now -doing actual work. A lie toaiety naxor" is the pro duct of Mr. Miller'' s inventive genius, and be believe in its utility and con venience o strongly that be has f buiHrand q nip pad a -factory in .this city for the sole purpose of manufac turing that article. , :' v After the necessary holes for each blade have been punched in tbe long reels. of steel, it must be sent to an other factory to be tempered. After its return it is cut into the required lengths and placed .in 'the bandies, which Mr. Miller also, manufactures. The handles have to be nickel plated elsewhere. Up to date; the factory has turned out 118,000 razor blades.- A boning machine, automatic instead of hand fed, is now being installed, and a strapping machine will soon beset up. Ness County News. . , . , , i SEND FOr CATALOGUE . Kansas State Agricultural Collet Sckaol of esh potk at Baker's, adv ''Subscribe .for. the 'World only one djiiar per year. ''1 - WanTed-LWashiriij. Will go to hoiiMf r waeli at home. Mrs. John Schaaf. Adv. 49. rj "For Sale 1 gxd brood mare, 1 John Deere-2-row weeder, new. 7 gins and 1 boar. G. N." Borden, 11 ntiles soutii and 1 mile west of Wa Keeney. Adv 48 2t. - " v Mr. and Mrs. I. Tt Purcell of Wa Keeney spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jellison.- Mr. Purcell is a prominent attorney and politican of Trego county. Wilson World. John F. Frank of Salina has re signed his position with The Inter national Harvester Company and has accepted a position with the Inde pendent Oil Co. Hays News. Whether you want a big or little oan on your farm go to the wa- Keeney State Bank, and they will be glad to fit you out,xto suit your wants Adv. 48 3t. M.. M. McMillan of Quasqueton, Iowa, a nephew of Mrs. A. J. Eller meyer, and J. H. Kirkner of Indepen dence,' Iowa, a brother of John Kirk- neij.are visiting at the Ellermeyer home tliis week. Theanhual banquet of the I. O. O. . and Rebekah lodges will be held at the I. O. O. F. hall on February 11, 1915. ' All Odd Fellows and Reb efcahs and their families are cordially invited, Adv. 48. Miss Emily Dite, one of the mem bers of the teachers' examining board, was . entertained at. the - Burnham home last Sunday. Miss Eunice was one , of Miss Dite's '-Pets" in her school last-year. In fact Miss Dite is a born teacher and all her pupils claim to be her pets and take her home with them when she appears in any of her teaching communities. . - . - ' Tlie fourth number of the series of entertainments given here this win ter was presented last Saturday even ing by Whites' Star Concert company. There was a good attendance and the audience seemed very well pleased, judging by the way the several selec tions were received. Without dis paragement of Miss Viggers, the vio linist, or Miss Morse, the soprano, it may be said that "'Mud Pies," which Miss Bruner, the reader, gave by re 'quest. proved to be the hit of the evening. Last Thursday evening fifty-five Epworthians gathered at the home of their president, Mrs. E. . Courtney aadj-en-joy e1 a. social evejiing. Music. games and social chat-' made the hours pass pleasantly In an alpha betical story, contest Miss Helen Hoekersmith won a -book of "Toasts' as a prize. Delicious refreshment were served bv the social committee followed by a short business" session The.-Epworth League is a real live organization and much good is being done through their efforts. The Wa-Keeney-Wilson game Fri day night -was one of the fastest games ever played here. Wilson won finally 36 to 34. Tjie game was a tie at the close of the game and in play ing oil tlie tie,. Wilson-won. Wilson lias played better ball, but never a more exciting game than this one ya-iieeney was aneaa ail tlie time And the Wilson boys simply outgamed them and finally won put. The only drawback was the small crowd. The boys-deserve better support as we have a fine team. The boys all played good ball, too. much fouling spoiled fast playing at times Wilson World. Little Margaret Pieison wa- in the sick, lis this week. - . Alfalfa bay for sale, good clean hay. 500 ton, weigh on the ranch. - W. J. Skeiton, Wa-Keeney, Kans., Route Z Adv 49 tr. . . For Sale Fnll blood White "Wjin dotte Cocketels-s-fine blocky fellows at tl.OO each -or 3 or more 75c each. Mrs. B.. F. Christy, " Route 1. Ad v 43 4t. Miss Minnie McCiaurjj-. who con ducted a millinery store here a few years ago, has developed into an ex pert trimmer whose services are much in demand. She has a job at Wa-Keeney for the spring. She is. a sister of Mrs. Ed Barger. Smith Countv Pioneer. - Last Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Dillinger and baby daughter, of Longmont, Colo.v arrived for a visit with Mrs.- Dillinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson, wlio live soutlieast of town on Big Creek. Th Liver RetoUtes tlie Body. A i Slutgiah Liver Needs Cur Someone has said that people with chronic livrr xomplaint, -should be shut -up away from humanity, for they are pessimists and see through a -glass darkly." Why? Because mental states depend upon physical states. Biliousness, headaches, dizziness and constipation disappear after using Dr. King s New Life Pills. 2-Sc at your druggist. Adv. (First published February 6. lla) Notice lor Publication in Russia, school girls are. eager to running away disguised in . bovs' medical amlnation, a mere formality, f re- j UB.,Vv,. """"-. "'"- "ui i Department of the Interior. U.S. Land ni. Topeka. Kans.. January 3Mib. 1915. Clothinir. to enlist. Th mir-al ... w l-li-"" "I fjank Acre ' - - - - - - - . . niiu VU AUtTUSt Tin Jas. Novotny is gettingalots of egis j quently fails to prohibit, tliem from "in.riie 23 west. in p. m.. has aied no- entering and they fight beside the i esYabWh ciiin to the rabveardePibWd men Ness'Citv Xme. - be,ore l?.e Hon. lrobaie. Judge of Treeo men.-je.S ews. , rounty, Kans.. at Wa-Keeney. Kans.. on the laimant names as witnesses: Hnirh mlih m - . 1.- . . - this winter and Claims the reason is I Julius Harries, of Wa-Keeney Kansas- Alva that he stacked a stack of wheat- near j wairJ'wK tne nouse ana put a root 01 cane on i ..r. 1 r. iim.n. jr. the stack so that the fowls couldn't j get on top of stack and scratch it ; - . . , j , ! First published January uumi. iuev kteu pulling out ine ckr. w heat from the side of the stack and ; In the District Court of ie r.;ru Judicial DiS work and scratch and makes them i tru-t situne in and for the county of , . , . , j Treo. in the state ot Kansas. lay. Also, gives them crushed oyster . j0hn E. griees, plaintiff shells Plainville Times. ' I , . , ,..vs. I juiih oaiecu. ti . 1. Anaerson ana Ktta An . i derson. defendants. Next Sunday the postoffice will bei By virtue of an order of sale issued to me oved into the new building recent-': lDis"7icl Cort'.',n above emi- ly vacated by J. J. Drammond. This , February a. i. 1915. at t-M b:ciock p. m.. of building has been put into excellent ikiVt"xyT'''S.. sr coarse in Horoe EoozMmacs. Students admit! Jrom common acnoois. Coll. Ati mm Mcli.rr Art VOth fnur-yer eoores in Airnouiture. Enirineerinff, Horoe Economies, and Veterinary Medmoe. Students admit&ed from atandacd nisn -ki. ICawnt Stain atficnWinal Can . Find " Cure for Epilepsy After Years of Suffering "My daughter was afflidted with epileptic fits for three years, the attacks coming every few weeks. We employed swvcai doctors nut they did her no 1 . " '''';' rood. About a. year a. c o w board of Ir. Miles' Nervine, and It certainty has. proved a VUttl irL Ska la . e . 1 . fYKc!. I "rw I cured and ia en-T joyinc - tne aesx It ja year sinca m kad m t. We eannet too biaklv n. FlIAMK JlMDIMON, - Ceatfrey, Mimm. ThoeisawJa of -children r in tne 'United .States wfco are suffering . froaa. .attacks of , epilepsy are a bonlesL and sorrow to their parents, min &Oitid give -anything- to restore jbcaHfe JtO the sufferers. . - " " - JDr. LWem.' Nerine is aw dot the best rernedies known for tirs affiiction. It has proven beneficial in thousands of cases and 1 thore who have used it have . the greatest faith in it. It is not a "care-all,' but a reliable remedy 'for iervrus : diseases. Yoa need not hesitate to give it a triaL Sold by all Druofllata. If the first fails to Benefit yeur aneney Is a - MitCS MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, led. ifims, 'I fTtNVa ' w:;--sr St mo a- JH ervase Jwnn. Register. . 1!15) shape and will make a tine place for the new location. The patrons of the office are requested to be prompt next Sunday morning as tlie office will close at ten sharp, the regular hour, so be sure to . call for mail by that hour as the work will require careful handling and as much time must be given it as possible. " Deafness Cannot be Cured . by legal applications, as they cannot reach the diseased, portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. ! When this tube is inflamed you have ! a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this 'tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. . We will give One Hundred . Dollars for any case of deafness (caused bv catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, frse. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists. Price c. per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation Adv.. tv ot Tresro. in the State of Kansas, offer at I-ublic sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash iu hand, all tbe following described real estate, towit: The southwest quarter of seetion seven teen uj), townsU.p thirteen (13). range twenty-two 2i). est of the th P.M.: lying and situate in the County of Trego, in the -State of Kansas. ' The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is di rected by said orac-r of sale to be sold with out appraisement, to satisfy said order of sale. K. W. ALLMAN V Sheriff. Frank O, Johnson and S. M. Hutzel Attorneys for Plaintiff. (First published in Western Kansas World January 30. 1915) Administrator's Notice of Hearing Peti tion to SeI Real Estate ao an 10 wiKim 11 may concern, ana more es pecially to Charlotte E. Sweet, Frances L,. Snellingr. Carrie S. Piersee, Oeorge B. . sweet, Emma L. Sweet Anna C. Parrish, Josephine A. Giover. Charles W. Sweet. Nellie E. Rosier, Frank Sweet, heirs at law j and guardian's ad-litem of heirs at law of Charles W. Sweet, deceased, late of Trego ' county, Kansas. You are hereby notified that I. George B. Sweet, administrator of said deceased, did on the S3rd day of January A. I). 1!15, Ule a petition in the proliate court of Trego coun ty, Kansas. praying that I might be authoriz ed and emiowered to sell the following de scribed land, for the purpose of paying the debts and cost of administration of said es tate, towit: The west half of the southeast quarter.- of section eight in township eleven south,' range-twenty-two. west of the 6th P. M. in Tret) county. Kansas, the same being sub- iect in HrsT and sr-OTld mortnaiFes of StUMl. f and j00. respectively. aiso a scnool lann contract irom tne state of Kansas tor the southeast quarter of sec tion twenty in township eleven south, range-twemy-two. west of the 6th P. M.; in Trego county, Kansas, subject to deferred pay ment of 4423. - And said petition will be heard at the office of toe probate judge of said county, on tbe l.lih day of February A. D. wis. at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day. at which time and place -each of you and all others interested are no tilied to be present and show cause, if any you have, why an nrdiT of sale as prayed, for should not be granted. Uated this Slrd day of January A. tfc W15. GiOOKGE H. SWEET. Administrator;. Annual Report of the Treasurer of Riverside Township for the year, ending December 28, 1914. '. 'r- . ' Receipts July 26, received from countv treasurer, road fund . March 30, received from E. W. Aliman, May 12, received from countv treasurer. Dec 27, Balance on hand, tre'neral May 12, received from county treasurer, general... .. . Jan. , received from county treasurer Total 1914..... ,. Overdrawn 1913 """," Total Overdrawn 2.19 96 5 00 27 07 41 67 27 07. 2.J9 96 580 73 60 97 lvt 84 08 Date of Payment July 26 Jan 26 - March 30 -. ' April 18 " Jan 26 April IS To whom paid and number of voucher C. S. Holtzsinger, 179 ' .Robt. H ughes, Iko ' T. E. White. 1S7 Erbert Drup; Co . 188 Holtnan Bros., 189 J- C. M. Anderson. 190 Nichelson Bros., 196 Jno. Kutina, 198 j - E M. Wagoner, 209 y Louis Hearting, 210 T. W. Johnson, 211 C. S. Holtzsincrer. 212 " H. S. Giv-ler, 213 - , - E. M. Wagoner, 214 Louis Hearting, 215- T. W? Johnson. 216 J. W. Pugb, 217 J. H. Haddock-. 218 - J. M. Perry, 219 H. E. Tunnell. 220 V. W. Stuli, 221 E. G. Pueh, 222 : Oorugated Metal Co,, 20 Chas. Tomer. 205 Fred Zahn, 206 Louis Heartiinf, 207 E. L. Smith, 219 .. C. F. Turner, 223 T. H. Watson, 224 Wm. LaSbell, 225 David Carr, 226 Fred Zahn, 227 What fund Road General. road General.". Road General. . Road.. Total. . Amount 28 32 4i 29 46 60 31 20 28 01 56 80 12 eo 26 75 O ftfi 2 CO 2 00 20 25 17 85 - 2 00 2 00 . 2 00 2 00 ' 10 50 9 VO ' 6 00 t on 15 00 f4 H-2 3 00 23 75 -f 6 00 00 31 00 12 00 6 00 9 SO 73 60 ,603 84 The State of Kansas, Trego countv, sa . " ' full dtfl?trirnTOr 18 Ln P gether with the indebtedness of said townsbnj durtW ih ri'.V0 year ending the last Monday in December!i D 1914 flar tfZ ?uithe for whicb I should make such statement. ' So help me God Ul ,u" time , - . . . jK. M. WAGONER, Subscribed and sworn t hr- ,v,.- .. n.shP Treasurer 1914.- - " ' "'"lu - 1 wecemoer, A. I. v. . CHARLES HEARTING, - - ' ' Township Trustee.